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TERMS: -$1.50 in advance ;other-wise,$2.00. ST.J.&L.G.R.R. TIMETABLE. EAST. KB AD DOWN. ( TRAINS MOVING J WEST. KBAD UP. A. M. 7.0ft 7.05 7.25 7.4fi 8. M t.li 8.37 9.00 9.3 9.5S 10.4.5 11.30 13. W 1.05 3.00 2.23 2.45 8.5S 4.29! 4.52 6.001 P. M. 3. 50 1 3.5.Y 4.1 4.2! 4.41 4.48 5.1 5.30 5.57 6.20 7.05 7. 28 7.42 8.20 8.51 9.09 9.25 10.05 10.2 i 10.3 11.201 A. M 6.45 6.48 6.59 7.10 7.19 7.2.1 7.3 7.49 8.05 8.18 8.41 8.55 9.03 9.251 9.44 9.54 10.O5 10. 10.41 10.51 11.25 STATIONS. Swanton, E. Swanton, Hishgate, E. lliphftale, Sheldon Jet., Sheldon, Fairfleld, E. Fairfield, Flercher. Cambridge Jet., Johnson, HYDE PARK, MORRISVILLE Wolcott, Hardwict, E. Harduick, Greensiioro, YVahlen, W. Danville, Danville, St. Johnsbury. I 1 I" s P. M. P. St. P.M. 9.00 2.00 6.55 8.57 2.54 6.48 8.47 2.38 6.20 8.30 2.22 6.00 8.28 2.09 5.43 8.23 2.02 5.35 8.10 1.42 5.10 7.57 1.2! 4.37 7.42 12.59 4.00 7.28 12.38 3.30 7.05(12.05 2.44 6.53 11.45 2.15 6.4511.32 2.00 6.13ill.OO 2.ea 5.5710.34 1.15 5.4710.19 12.17 5.38 10.O5jll.37 5.18! 9.08 10.30 5.0l 8.45 9.50 4.57! 8.28 9.30 4.27- 7.30 8.:!3 B. & L. TIME TABLE. TRAIXS GOIXO ) A. If. 5 301 5 40 6 SI 6 58 7 28 7 48 8 25 8 V) 9 08 A. M P. M. 12 40 12 42 12 49 1 06; I 15 1 24 1 33 1 40 1 55 2 0.5 P. M STATIONS. p. M 7 30; 7 3: 7 39 8 02 8 09 8 1 8 25 8 35 8 50 9 00 P. M Cambridge Jet. jenersimvwe. Cambridge. No. Underhill. Cnderhill. Jericho. Essex Center. Essex Jet. Winooski. Burlington. i s g A.M. P.M. P. M. 8 15 6 20 6 32 8 13 6 17 6 28 8 0? 6 09 6 10 7 48 5 51 5 30 7 38 5 40 5 08 7 28 5 29 4 42 7 18 5 20 4 18 7 10 5 10 4 Oo 6 55 4 65 3 30 6 45 4 4 5 3 15 A. M. P. M. P. M. Twenty tons of sugar in tabs want ed by II. N. Gray, of Cambridge. He will exchange goods or pay cash. C. E. Clark, of Wolcott, has five new buggies and five second-hand birggies to sell cheap for cash, or good paper. It. S. Page expects to have next week a few bushek of good clean seed barley for sale, from Orleans county. Notice. The county examining board of this countv will hold a county examination of teachers, at Hyde Park May 1 and 2. Applicants must have taught successfully at least ten weeks, must be 18 years of age if females, and 20 if males. Those obtaining a county certificate will have a license to teach anywhere in the count3' for five years. At the harness shop of W. J. Law rence, on Main street, Stowe, may be found a large line of harnesses, both work and single. Fancy harnesses made to order ; also a general assort ment of lap robes, horse blankets, whips, harness trimmings, etc., allot which will be sold at very low prices. He also does custom work to suit, both in price and quality of work. He will also keep constantly on hand a good display of open and top buggies, which he will sell at bottom prices. LOO-AJL. NEWS. MORRIS VI LLE. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Sunday Mat 3d. . E. Church. Rev. M. P. Bell, Pastor. Text. thing." His ine of carpeting .and matting is all that could be, desired. The store is full of desirable goods. If you think we are mistaken, go in and look for yourself. An expensive accident occurred on the Lake Road at the Rider trestle Monday morning. The butter and stock train, due at this place about four o'clock, leR the track just before reaching the trestle, the derailment evidently occurring about midway of the train. The train did not leave the road bed until well on to the tres tle, wheu four cars went down and the caboose was twisted off the forward trucks, but luckily remained on the track. Of the cars that went off one was loaded with corn, another with oats, the third empty, and the fourth butter and eggs. The latter was turned over but not badly injured. The two cars containing corn and oats were complete- demolished, corn, oats, splinters, iron rods, and trucks being well mixed. The trestle was badly used up, many of the heavy timbers being broken off and one side entirely torn awav for a distance of fifty feet. No one injured. The dam age is estimated at $5,000. A fami ly living very near the trestle evident ly thought their time had come, but were bent on escape if possible. 'The husband gave the alarm and the wife caught up the two children and jumped out of the back window. County Court. The April Term of Connty Court opened at Hvde Park on Tuesday morning, Judge Powers presiding;. Judges W&ite .aud Guyer associates, and Lewis- Loverieslein, of Troy, N. Y., reporter. Prayer was offered by Rev. E. J. Ward. The jury and offi cers were duly sworn and a dose of wholesome advice administered by the court. The jury calendar showed sev enteen cases for trial. All of them , excepting the cases of Butts vs. Cass and Malanson vs. Fletcher, were either continued, left with the court, or otherwise disposed of by the par ties. The trial of the case Butts vs. Cass began directly after recess, an i will probably occupy the court for two or three days. The case of Malanson vs. Fletcher may follow, though it is as likely to be continued. The indi cations are that two or three State cases will be tried, probably the cases State vs. Whipple, liquor, and State vs: Ambler. Both will prove inter esting and will come on the last of the week. The court room was well filled during the day, and the attendance of attorneys from other counties was large. The term will very likely close this week. M Col. 2d, 6. Services at 1.30 p. m Congregational Church Rev. W. A. Bu-ihee, Pastor. Services commence at 10.45 a. m. TJmversalist Church. Rev. F. E. Healey. Pas tojr. Services commence at 10.45 a. in. Little "Edith" is three, not five years old. Ladies' circle at the Congregation al church Friday afternoon. We have to apologize for the omis sion in oar last issue- f;Uev. A. 1'. Bell's subject for Sunday service. It was overlooked by us, we are sorry to say. The Governor has appointed May 1st as Arbor Day. We wish the oc casion might be generally observed in town. Certainly, every one can plant a tree. Why not do so much ? Regular com. of Tucker Chap. No. 15, I?. A.M., at Johnson. May 185, at 1 o'clock d. m. sharp, for worn on Xf V. AT. an d R. A. decrees. Per or der S. B. Waite, II.P rn TTVidnv afternoon. Mrs. Cham- fto-ed 82 vears, mother of A rhmrMan fell from the attic down two flifrhts.of stairs, breaking her leg oMQtainincr other iniuries that caused her death during the night a cranial town meeting is called for Tuesday next, to see if the town will rescind the vote taken at ine annual moptin?in reference to highway taxes, spe if the town will raise a tax to be paid in monev. Also to hear and i. nnon the report of the selectmen ; rofbrenre to nurchasina land for a cemetery. Th T?paHinc Club announce a lec- t., Fridav evenina. May 8, by Rev V AT. Hardv. of West Randolph, subject, "A trip through Old Eng loH " Mr. Ilardv does not need an here. His many friends I U 11 s.w" - . will K nlpased to sit before him again ilia Wtnre has been highly compli We trust he will have a full house and the club re ceive a substantial benent tv, ni at. the Corners have i ottino- the start of us this nT Alilo ShiDDev has been lm proving his premises with paint, shin ori a upw veranda. L. L. Lara ay baa new blinds, fresh paint, and V-iicliincr tin cenerallv. Judge Smith, Batchelder and Hadlock are also . i,;,t imnrovements about their nrpmises. Leonard is still Mayor, and "Comet" the best horse in town t? c Pnl was taken to Brattlebo ro on Friday by Dr, Rublee,-C. C. xfnltin and Georse Jackson going as far as Waterbury with then. had become that the couise takeu was deemed un hv hia friends. It is a very aad case. Mr. Paul has always been I Town Hall next Tuesday night, Bennett; W. F, S., Stella Water man; W. T., Mrs. F. E. Sawyer; W. C, L. H. Lewis ; W. M., Preston Fairbanks ; W.' O. G., Frank Rich ardson ; W. I. G., May Blake; P. W. C. T., F. P. Hill; and L. D., I. C. Vaughan. ' Leander Bailey, a resident of North Hvde Park, died very suddenly last week Wednesday of rheumatism of the heart. He had just stepped out into his doer yard, when he dropped down and was dead in a short time. He had been sick more or less all winter, but had so far recovered as to be able to again attend to his business. Mr. Bailey was a good citizen, respect ed and esteemed by all. The funeral took place on Saturday. At the meeting held Saturday even ing to take action in regard to observ ing " Arbor Day," whicli occurs on Friday of this week, a committee was appointed to take charge of the affair. The day will be appropriately observ ed, and an invitation is extended to all interested to report at the Town Hall at 1 o'clock, p. m. We trust all will endeavor to make the occurrence a memorable one. Refreshments will be served after the trees are set out. Here is something that should be read by those people who delight In kilting birds and destroying nests : "A person who intentionally shoots, or otherwise wounds, kills or destroys, entraps, ensnares, or captures, a rob bing blue bird, j ellow bird, cherry or edar bird, cat bird, king bird, spar row, lark, bobolink.thrush, chockadee, peewee, wren, warbler, martin, linnet, ptjvery tattler, phoebe, CTrjepery -bunting, swallow, nighthawk, whippoor will, ground bird, humming bird, or destroys the nests or eggs of any of said birds, shall forfeit ten dollars, which may be recovered in au action of debt, with costs, by any persou who sues For the same."" Sec 3876 Revis ed Laws. HYDE PARK. County court drew its usual crowd of "lookers on." Mrs. Orrin Chase of Eden, was buried at North Hyde Park, Friday. Large numbers from this place vis ited the wreck at the Rider trestle. It was well worth going to see. Andrew Smith has purchased a half interest in Boynton's livery business, and will remove to Morrisville. The repairing of the Rider trestle was pushed so rapidly that it was ready for trains the next morning. Now comes the spring suit, the law suit and the soot from the stove pipe which is being taken down for the summer. The St. J. & L. C." is now among the things of the past. It is now "Vermont Division of the Boston & LOwell." No burgher has had the temerity we believe tuis is ine worci io use, any way it is not bankrupt ana sounds well to plough nis garaen yet The band was out Saturday night, and serenaded some of our citizens It. is Riiorcrested that a band stand be built br their use on the common Among the many legal gentlemen in attendance at court, me yicacuu week, is Hon. M. O. Heath, of Sparta, Alioh. The Judsre is as happy as ever. The new arrangement of the rail road does considerable Sunday work iust now running extra freights. It . - , is setting a baa example, ims ounuay desecration Although fast drying up, the roads continue in a baa condition causeu hv wash-outs and clav-Pits. About the village it is now pretty mucn -set tied going Trout fishing will be lawful next Friday, and the local angler now tastes the pleasures of hope by furbishing up his tackle. Be careful about getting one on your line before that day The listers are about through with Vipir flpld work, and from what we . .i v I. i. . 1 1 ,-. can learn tney uave lauuiuuv vi formed their duty. It now looks as though there would be considerable increase over the list of 1884. Geo. Allen of North Hyde Park, i . if!.: : .1 .... now traveling ior a jxiicuiiiuu uiuS firm, is home on a visit, looking hale nrt hpftitv. Ed. Wilson, traveling fr.r Hpnrv. Johnson & Lord ot Tur lington, is also in town for a few days Twenty-four applicants presented themselves for certificates at tne teachers' examination Saturday. We understand all passed fair examina tion. It is said the questions were the mst difficult ever given at an exam ination The attention of the Selectmen am; Ronrl Commissioners is called to tne following from the Barton Monitor: KThose portions of the highway which - . 1 L-- were put in order by tne roaa macnine ATr. last Rpason come out in excellent con such dition this spring The Mock Trial, or the Great Um brella Case, will take place at tne The ... i r . . . . ii i u o ru citizen, and said to nave m-cu entertainment is iun oi iuii miuuu n . r l ... i . . mnrh devoted to his family. w out and all who wisn to enjoy a nearty JOHNSON. Hon. M. O. Meath is again in town. Hp purposes staying with us a fortnil't or so.' Tne infant of C. C. Rogers died last Saturday. , - - We have a full grown scandal about town. This is something quite new for Jhnson. Rev. Mr. Crudjjiiiton will occupy the desk at the M. E. church next Sunday afternoon, in the abseuce of Mr. Baxen dule. Eugene Sears has left town, but his farai,ly are still here. The tenement heretofore occupied by Mrs. Cling is now vacant, she having moved iuto the house of W. W. Baker. D. G. Holmes returned Friday uight from Plymouth, H. A move is being made to have an old folks' concert here, the proceeds to be used in titting up the Normal Hall. J. B. Stewart is at home again, and will undoubtedly sell a horse occasional ly. B. A. Hunt has bought the building known as the Probate Office in this vil lage. Wilmer Davis is quite sick with the measles. 11. A. Waterman's meadow, the sub ject of the saw-dust suit, is again laid waste by the spring floods. The item of last week stating that the McFarland auction was adjourned to Fri day ot last week, was erroneous. It was adjourned to Saturday of this week, and - ... i i: ... ; several articles of merchandise, includ ing one or two wagons, were left over limit then. Wm. II. Nye left town for Boston last Saturday night. A young man on our streets Saturday evening made a most disgraceful exhibi tion of himself while intoxicated. There was a bad washout on the high vfryiM?ar the Loivnter plaee last Tlmrs-Uiy-T. . -- ltev. Mr. B.isendale has gone to the annual Methodist conference. Rev. Mr. Smith has been away looking up the Quincy system of teaching, lie being the committee elected by the vil lage school district for that purpose. X. P. Keeler's health is so far im- Drovsd as to admit of his going out of doors occasionally. Charles Bartlett, of Jay, was in town last week looking up the history of some of the first settlers of Jlie "ancient town f l-prliii(T " JEFFERSON VI LLE. Miss Spafford, of Bakersfield. is stop ping at Mr. Wetherby's for a few days. Eighteen applicants were present at the town examination on Saturday. II. I. Pierce was in town Tuesday, buy ing sugar at 6 cents per pound. At the last regular meeting of Phoenix Lodge the following officers were duly elected and are to be installed on Friday evening : W. C. T., J. O. French ; W. V. T., Carrie P. Carroll; W. S.. W. II. GriswoUl; W. T., II. N. Melendy; W. F. S.. Mrs. L. L. Smith ; W. C, Lewis Wood; W. M., Joe Watkins; W. I. G., Ethel Kinsley ; W. O. G'., Willie Powell ; P. W. C. T., George Burnham. Mrs. Truman Whitcomb, who has been very low for a uumber of weeks, is some better. M. O. Heath, ot Michigan, arrived at tliis place on Saturday. He is looking well, as though the west agreed with I i i i ii . Dr. Buchanan is making improvements about his premises. The past week he has been moving his barn nearer his house. When this, with several other things he contemplates doing, are com pleted, he will have one of the prettiest residences in our village. Last week Tuesday J. II. Melendy in vited the people in the village to his place to partake of the sweets of the su gar orchard. About 40 responded to the invitation, aud a jollier set it would be hard to find. On Saturday the Good Templars were invited by him to another sugar party. Many thanks are due Mr. and Mrs. Melendy for their kindness and generous hospitality at both parties, and the enjoyable occasions will long be re membered. EAST FLETCHER. The roads are in a fearful state. Fanners are busy finishing up sugar ing. Nearly 40 tons of fluid and solid ex tract of maple has been shipped from our depot. T. P. Chase has not only sold out, but moved out of our burgh. His post-office address is East Fairfield. . Butter 15 to 18 cent ; sugar 6 to 8. . Tinker was here picking up fat cattle last week. Your course in regard to the scandal was highly approved by our citizens. Z. S. Chase has, as usual, made a fine, lot ot sugar. A few more days of this weather and young cattle will live well in our pastures. ELMORE. Mrs. G. W. Bailey died at her daugh ter's, Mrs. A. M. Kelley's, Friday after noon. Ed. Doty is very sick at A. M. Kelley's "Aunt Patty" Clark is unable to sit up but a little. Mrs. Noble was taken worse again last Saturday. Cora Whitcomb is staying with her mother, Mrs. Peake. Oliver has the teacher. Miss Ella Sto ry. There is little need of a sawing ma chine in town when Charlie Ward gets hold of a wood Dile with a big saw, as Richardson and Griswold can testify. E. C. DARLING, UCTlONEElt, Wolcott. Vt Hay to acli in Elmore. Morrislown, Wolcott and 160 BRICHAM & McFARLAND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Hvde Park, Vt. Waldo Briqham. 11. M. McFarland. 7. W. J. PECS, DENTIST, Johaaoi, ... Vt. g- Al work Warranted. 1-1-84 Largest Stock ever Offered in Lamoille County. Pure White Lead, French Zinc, Varnishes, Brushes, Mixed Paints, Wall Paper and Borders, Camp Chairs, Children's Car riages, Blinds, Doors and Windows. SHELDON. has commenced building r.,i oq r-nmnlptelv overcome at tne moment of separation, aud fell to the ouite severe injuries. r :i r;n r-prtftinlv have the A Lie laiuiij j ,thv of the entire community in ihpir sad affliction. Mrs. Abiah Miles, widow of the .n Miles, died on Monday, the 27th, aged 81 years. She had been a resident of this town nearly GO years, and bad lived in her home in this vil lage 57 years. For the past three years she bad been troubled with hmnr.hial and heart disease, bearing i, offlif t.iona with oatience, and seem- jno- to think everything was for the belt. She was conscious p the las); khd took quite an interest ' jn domes? tic affairs.' The funeral services were of he Tin versahst ctiuron tuis JJCV "M" W . afternoon, Eev. F. E. Healey official rcr Ve dropped into Doty's establish ment recently and must say we were Burprised at the display of new goods which crowded every nook and corner, below and above. Not only are the coods new, but they are the best the Markets afford. We noticed a fresh jot of baby carriages, black walnut ihmhpr sets and center tables, and i : Q aoav chairs. Ilia line lUAUIlUiu j .ii mnor iridudinsr many new van eties, will take the eye of the notional, j rtiirtnina arfl SimDlY "trie small of 1.111 (rh should be on hand. A admission fee will be charged. TIia tpmnerature last week was decidedly upward, the mercury touch ine the eischties in the shade. Ver monters suffered a veiuaoie sunstroite within sifrht of bis snow drifts, and Sunday a storm that would have chill ed the marrow of an Esquimaux suc ceeded the week of hot weather. It has since been "half and half." Mrs. Orem Hall of Dover, N. II., who has been spending the past few weeks in town with her sister, Mrs. Orson Hadley, started for her home Tuesdav. Mrs. Hadley accompanied tier and will spend several weeks with . . -A. . . 1 .. , X' relatives in juassacuuseiis nu Hampshire. T.ast Thursday afternoon sparks from a passing train set fire to the dry and stubble on the north side nf the railroad nearChas. Crane's rest idence. The fire spread rapidly, but was extinguished before any damage, other than the burning of some fence, had been done. The female portion nf that neishborhood did noble work xorrvinor water and calling out the A A J "'O men. The following are the new officers of Lamoille Central Lodge, I. U. ot U, . w r. T.. Clark Richardson: W V. T., Flora Vaughan ; W. S., B. B. CADY'S FALLS. Ike Godfrey has returned from his western trip, after an absence ot but a few weeks, lie went to saek his fortune and has returned not enriched in pocket, but has learned the important lesson, like many that have gone west Detore mm, that there is no place like a New England home, be it ever so uumble. Horace Greely's advice does not apply to every live Yankee. This is the season of house cleaning, carpet dusting aud tumbling furniture about generally. We propose to take an early trip towards 4a. Judge Waterman is slightly indisposed. not occasioned by any immediate danger of his losing the post office, but the spring billiousness, the result of a long winter ot inactivity. The Judge win flourish and bloom again wheu he comes in contact with mother earth, and so will his garden when it feels the tickling ot his hoe. He is usually ahead ot his neighbors in the quantity aud quality of his garden truck. CAMBRIDGE. Mrs. Harrison Law has closed her dwelling house on Mouth street and is boarding at Mrs. Hose Morton's. Jimmie Sullivan, who injured his foot quite severely while chopping, is able to be about by using a crutch. The house on South street occupied by . L,earnerd is being repaired. Tne G. A Ii. Hall is partly furnished Hatiging lamps and chairs are in their respective places; Miss Martha Dunton is in town, visit ing. Mrs. Lizzie Highland, who has been visiting friends in this and adjojning towns, and stopping with her eister, Mrs. Benj. Cook, expects to return west soon Don't forget the May JJay festival on Friday evening at tlie vestry of the Con gregational church. It purports to be a novel affair, a "'korn festival." Hulled corn, popped corn and baked corn will be served in any way desired. Several farmers in this vicinity have gathered tbeir sap btfekefs ant deelare sujaf ing hnlsheU. The high water caused very little trou Die. as is not usual, there were no ice jams, tne ice naving leit tne river about two weeks previous to ttie time ot high water. Several boats reoently 'plied between the Uoro aim Jersey'" and several par ties were out "ratting" for two or three days in succession. Some of our farmers are beginning their spring worK. J. B. O'Here leaves town Monday, as he is to act m the capacity of traveling galesman for the firm of Safford & Weth- erby, of Burlington. As John is to trav el tnrougn jNorinern .New rorK, his friends in this place may not see him as frequently as they have for the past five or six years. Mrs. Henry White, of Burlington, a former resident ot this place, has been visiting friends licre, hut has now re turned to her home. Key. IL A. Bushnell.on the 2Gth inst tne last nuntiay oi tne eouiereuce vear. preached (what tils church and congrega tion nope win not prove to Do hu fare well sermon) from the text found In St Mark, 14 ;8. Mr. Bushuel left for con ference on Wednesday. George Trask, of Rochester, came Fri day night to take the vacant clerkship at II. T. Wetherby's. Mr. Trask became homesick and left for Rochester on the early train Monday morning. J. W. Buck his barn. Mrs. John Potter has been quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. Ward B. Morey have a boy. Mrs. Bradley Fairbanks, who has been quite poorly, is at present more comfort able. Mary Leach has returned home from Montpeljer Seminary, and has engaged to keep school in Fairfield. Another new blacksmith shop on the east side of the creek, opposite A. S. Olmstead's, F. Lapan, proprietor. Rev. S. C. Vail leaves for conference this week. FLETCHER. Mrs. Truman Ellis has recovered from her recent illness. Truman Dyke is much better, rides out, and begins to do light work. He has lost so much flesh that he looks like the shad ow of his former self. There were five candidates for certifi cates at the public examination last Sat urday, and three granted, Mae Farns worth. Elva Davidson and A. J. Elliot. The last stood 100 in geography and arithmetic, 93 in G., 90 in P. and H., and 88 in II. and C. G. N. R. Parsons and his sous, Albert and Charles, with their families, attended the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Mary Parsons Blaisdell, at North Cambridge last Satur day. Albert Parsons has made 2,030 pounds of sugar from 640 trees, and E. K. Mon tague made 4100 pomids from 1200 trees. Thu srreat heat of lt week put a sun- dell stop to sugar making, and many buckets were put away as early as l ues- day and Wednesday last weeK, wnue otn ers finished this week before the week closed. Mr. Joseph Robinson, who was so sick with pneumonia in March, gets into his store agaiu now, being quite smart. C. W. Scott, who was sick for some weeks recently, is much better. He was attended by Dr. E. R. Brush, of Cam bridge. T.ast Wednesday the thermometer stood 75 in the shade, and 80 on Thursday at 9 a. m., and 83 at 2 p. in. Schools are to begin the first Monday Mn.v. Miss Alida Sears, of St. Al bans, is to teach at the Center, and Miss Eva Moreu, of Bakerstleid, at uingnam ville. WOLCOTT. Tiiere is to be a cotillion party at Red- field Hall on Fridav evening of this week Supper at the Wolcott House for all who wish. School will commence here on Monday next. Miss Nora Putman having been en gaged to teach the spring term. W. W. SpauldingV sugar house, to gether with most of the sugar utensils, were consumed by fire one day last week. No insurance. M. D. Scott is strining some buggies for C. E. Clark, which are hard to beat. CRAFTSBURY. Aaron Collins has commenced out liis large stock of logs. to cut which will take him until the first of June, when he will immediately erect a new mill before dressing out his lumber. William Demeritt has bought a small farm of his brother Mark, for a consider ation of 000. Mrs. Myra Chase, daughter of A. H. Dornian, is very sick with spinal meriii gitis and not expected to live. Reuben Marshall has hired the Harvey house for one year 'fl-yiLsy soon take possession. ' . v A. H. Udall's little girl, nine years old, fell and broke her arm last Thursday. A. M. Harriman is getting out lumber to build an addition to his house the coming summer. Will C Bailey has bought the Demer itt farm and 30 acres adjoining, for $1030. William and Charles T. Merrill have bought the sash and blind shop at South Village. There is a young person stopping at Frank Twiss', weight eight and one-half pounds, masculine gender. The esti mated value is $1000. Horace Rawson has moved into the house he purchased ot R. A. Patterson. Hay is very scarce at from $12 to $15 per ton. Dr. J. A. ROBINSON, IDEHSTTIST. Portland St.. Morrisville. Vt. After this date. (March 201 1 will make no cheap eetli. My price is $10 a set, warranted. 51 I E. E. FOSTER, f ANUFACTUREK and Dealer in all Kinds -LT.A. oi Marble & Granite. Work Guaranteed as Good, and prices as Low as any in Vermont. niRii street. JUORBISVII.I.B, VT. FRANK P. ROBINSON, PHOTOGRAPHER, Portland .Street, iwyi Morrisville, Vt HEMtr R. MACK, MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTAL WORKS, HARDWICK, VT. ew Garpets, entre Tables,, Chamber mis, and Curtains, " 'JL' Established in 186S, and Largely Patronized by the Business Men of Caledonia, Orleane, Lamoille and Washington Counties. A Large Stock of Finished Work now on Hand at Low Prices. April 8, 1SS5. 7Cm3 ffln li Farmers Wait for Me ! I AM THE ONLY MAN IN VERMONT who can or will ship you FERTILIZERS direct from first hands. I have made arrange ments with some of the largest importers and manutacturers to ship in car load lots to (Jluus oi Farmers, from whom I will take orders for any amount in Elmore, Morristown, Hvde Park and Johnson ; also in Orleans and Franklin CounUes. Bowker's Hill and Drill, Stockbridge Special Manures and Chemicals Ready Prepared for Home Mixing, my Specialties. It will pay you to investigate this. E. A. CLARKE, Elmore. Lamoille Co., Vt. WESTFIELD. Michael Gilbert has moved into the house on Capt. Buck's farm. Peter Benware will move on to the Blanchard place the lirst part of May. The last sugar party of the season was held at Ed. Wood's, Saturday evening last. Cesaire Barry has moved to Peter Mar tin's ; he will lollow his trade as painter this summer. It is reported that Mabel Woodworth will teach the summer school at North Hill. BOSTON MARKETS. Boston, Mass., April 29, 1385. Sutter. Trade is quiet. The receipts are heavier and prices are easier: Job lots, fresh creameries, 2Sa30c; fresh weetern creameries in round lots,25,i; ;fancv, 27c; fall creameries, 15 'olTc; June and July, 10S;16c; new northern dairies, 1-lg.lSc; selections, lScyKc; western dai ries, 12valSc. Chkesk. Cheese is firm. The stocks are down to low figures, by reason of the late shipments abroad. Sales of from 20 to 400 box's are noted in the home market. Eggs. A heavy trade is noted in ceres, with lib eral receipts and steady prices: Extra eastern, 15a.l51-2c; western, loc; southern, I4a,lc. Beans. Small hand picked pea. l.6.iffl.5; large, $1.60 o 1.65; medium, $1.S0!1.55; improved yellow eves. $12. 10; common, $1.903; red kidneys, $ia.2-10. Potatoes. For potatoes a steady demand is noted from consumers, but the real shipping de mand is about over: Houlton rose and hebrons, uouiia., uuiuiviii ruse ami ucuiiiiisi wuiiin., uui- bank9,60c; peerless, 58a BOc; prolines, tide; white DrOOKS, .13 ttDSC. Preston T. Dcnio Would respectfully announce to the people of Hyde Park and Vicinity, that he has taken possession of the Lilley Shop and having secured the services of one of the best blacksmiths in the county, is prepared to do CUSTOM WORK, 33otli IRON and WOOD WORK, Promptly and at Reasonable Prices. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Hoping to hold all of I Mr. Liney's old customers ami 10 nave a great many new ones, I am, MORRISVILLE, VERMONT. House Painting, Paper Hanging, ana ikaisomining a Specialty. THE Waters' New Butter Worker IS THE LATEST INVENTION Offered to Bntter Makers. It does its work more evenly and thoroughly than is possible by hand. I , , Y' T .,.,-u uncaMiiy. r romone to imv pounds of butter may be worked and salted at once in live minutes with but little labor. The tray is not encumbered with gearing or met il of any kind to come in contact with the butter, or render the tray heavy and bulky. The roller is made from a solid piece ; it is thus free from cracks and is easily cleaned. Every machine is provided with legs. No extra table is required. The Workers are manufactured from the best hardwood lumber, well seasoned and kiln dried, AND ARE S MADE IN A THOROUGH AND WORKMANLIKE MANNER. No. No. No. THREE SIZES ARE MADE: - 30 pounds. 40 pounds. 50 pounds. 1, capacity 2, capacity 3, capacity All who desire to possess Most Complete - Butter manufacturers, ningr. the Best Made, Easiest Run Worker, should address the S. H. & W. F. WATERS, Johnson, Vt. 78 Very truly yours, PRESTON T. DEN'IO. PATENT APPLIED FOR. DIED. Bailey, aged 43. 1 OGERS In Johnson. April 25, Karl Lathrop, only son of Clayton C. and Emma L. Rogers, aged S months and 9 days. ' MILES In Morrisville, April 27, Mrs. Abiah Miles, aged ei years. STOWE. The notice last week concerning tne play here, should have read Friday even lng, May 8, instead of the 6th. The vounar neocle ot Stowe will give a dance at Isharu's Hall on Friday evening of this week' with good music in attend ance. The house and contents of Henry War ren were burned on Monday of last week An insurance of S200 in the Vermont mutual was on the house, which will go to the owners of the place. 1 he f urui tnre was uninsured. Mrs. John Cutler has for a few days been dangerously ill with pneumonia. P. D. Pike and wife are to return home from New York early this week, where they have been visiting friends. HARDWICK. J. II. McLoud has rented the Way house, and will move there as soon as Mr. Aiken's people move into th,e Tuttle house. T,ewis Ilerbert moves Into the tene ment in the Woodbury block, and John Kibbie moves into the tenement now oc cupied by McLoud. Frank Lvford has been quite sick the past week. Our mails are quite irregular, the trains being late an tne time. A letter received from Fred Crandall at Clinton, Wis., 8ay he is well and put ting in about 17 hours ot worK a uay. It is auite sickly heri, colds, pneumo nia ane fever being quite prevalent. There is to be a May Day cotillion par ty at the Centennial House Friday, with goou music. The highways are the worst ttu3 year they nave Deen lor years, ami trie river lias made had work with the road near Frank Johnson's. Dick Kimball took a car of stook to market Monday. Our railroad is not a Sunday road any .... 1,,- 11 - more. Trie managers wouiu uo wen to arrange Sunday trains so they would not disturb church services in tne umerent villages. Rev. W. C. Robinson preached his fare well sermon on Sunday, having been here three years. After the service the bal ance due him was raised. E. H. Bubee has made some changes in his real estate recently purchased. Mr. Rich, our tinman, has been kept very busy this spring attenuing to the wants ot the sugar makers. Srratton. of Craftsburv. and Pike, of Wolcott, come here every week with their meat carts, WINDOW SCREENS. T am acent for O. P. Howc'i automatic, or self adjusting sliding wire window and door screens, They are the beat In the market. Prices low. Call on or address, E. G. GILBKRT, 7'jml ijnorrisTine, vi. We are Agents for the Best Chum la. T7ss (See Cut.) WE ALSO SELL. Horse Rakes, MacMnos, HARROWS, , CEDAR POSTS, and C0P.TLA1TD CARRIAGES. ThBA irnofla are offered at Lowest Cash Prices. Liberal arrangements to parties wishing to buy on tune, vve sun continue tio sen me moseiey Cabinet Creamery. t . A. l.la; FAR ill for SALE In the village of NORTH HYDE PARK, VT. Having removed from the State, and desiring to close all my matters in v erinont, i oner AT A SPLENDID BARGAXl My Homo Farm, whore I hnvc rsitea tor Ufc pai ne t on.! wiih rtwplllnsr House. Barn and Shed. all in fair condition anil repair, .ine mrm win ng.tnra fmm H in In cows, and has a'lout 13 acres of meadow and tillage land in splendid state of cultivation. Good water, good location, near achonlH. stores and churches. Possession given immediately and terms of payment easy, 'lms is a rar3 opportunity to secure a uesiraoie nonie m a low fleure. as having engag:d in business in Sew liampsmre, l cannoi wen spare ine uiuc ij attend to it, and have concluded to dispose of it at a sacrifice rather than keep it. The farm and buildings have been regarded well worth $2000, but to an immediate purchaser I will make the price $1400. Remember it is not a worn-oat, run-down farm, but is a splendid Diece of land, lying in and near the thrmy village ot ortn iiyue ram. uaii on or anures Or Lawson E. Harrington. C. E. DELANO'S GREEN MOUNTAIN CHURN Is the easic.it churn to operate. It is the easiest churn to wash and scald. It is the most convenient churn to put cream into aud to take butter out of, in the market. It is tlie easiest churn to open and shut, the cover being hung on hinges, and held back in such a position when open that all the drippings 1'rom the cover fall in the churn, at the same time the cover is out of the way and always where you want it. It has the bust drain for buttermilk. It is the only body working churn that you can sail ami work the butter in. It is the only body working churn that will churn tlm'k cream without thinning. It has a vent to allow steam to escape wmiu using noi water. II is the only body working churn that ean l. ,i.il witli or without llonl. rr lurllicr kittiirimiiLiMi ul.r.MM, W. W. DELANO, Jr., Waterbury, Vt. DUMAS, Manufacturer. Aprum2 fxzn II I1UU1IM NOTICE. Cash oail for calf-skins, hides, pelts, fur and SITE'S at tne vermuiu riuuse, lurnavme, v i,., uy COWS FOR SALE ! I have a few Cows for sale on terms that can hardly fail to suit customers. If desired, pay ments may be made a part this year and a part in each 1SS6 and 1887. EUSSEL S, PAGE, Hyde Park, Vt., April 1, 1S85. The demand for H. J. LIIXEY'S has been Constantly Increasing lor the last few years. This year he is manufacturing Over 100 Wagons! And will Endeavor to Supply the Demand. Why is there such a demand for Lilley s Wagons r SOLUBLE PACIFIC Farm For Sale Containing 93 acres, more or less, 1 1-4 miles from village and one-fourth mile from school. Will keep 9 cows and team ; good buildings, su gar orchard; running water at house ana Darn. c;m nl triic TViPt? nrf m'lnn The above place is for sale at a bargain, or will Oimpiy IU1S ; X Icy are manu- exchange lor village lot. ior particulars un dress S. G. WILLEV. 042 Washington St., Jiot- ton, Mass., or B. A. WILLEV, on flic, promises, Eden, Vt. "" CHEAP. The Flour market is now down to very low prices. When you take into account the quality, there probably never was a time wnen nuui n1r1 he bought at as low prices as now. Extra Fodder Paid for Phosphate. TlIKTFORD, Vt., Nov. 25, 1!4. Gents : I used Bowker's Hill and Drill the past season, and am more than satislled with the result. My ground had a light dressing of Btable manure, and the phosphate was used in the hill. I think the extra fodder fully made ui for the i phosphate. Shall use it more largely next year. AAUON YORK.. Probate Co urt-Lamollle District. The following business was trans acted at the Probate Ofllee in Hyde Park, during the week ending April 25, 1885: April 20. Sarah K. Hutching' guard! anship, Eden; guardian settles his ac pnnnt.. April 23. Flora E. and Geo. B. Foss guardianship, Hyde Park ; guardian set ties his -innnunfc. Daniel Watt's estate Stowe ; hearing on charge ot embezzle' monr linlfl nnon Anril 24. Israel Currier's estate, Wol intt. fir! mi nlst-.rnt.nr nsks tor license to sell real estate : hearing set for May 15 1885. Flora E. Foss' estate, Hydo Park honrina- held orten. Anril 25. Electa L. Chadwic's estate 1 Johnson : will proved and approved ; I Hawley appointed executor. Ira factured in the very best possible manner, of the Best Material, and are sold at the very LOWEST PRICES. A WRITTEN WARRANT Given with every Wagon. H.J. LILLEY, Hyde Park, Vt. TO INVESTORS. i worth GUANO ANNUAL SALT'S, ?C00 This old and reliable Fertilizer, which h ..; li eisrlilccii years, is uns-.rpis.&i fcr r.-o -i . or'Flowcr Bod. It is .i'co::';iLl.- :nan:r-?.. r: elements. The Farmer who plant.; Ms crops' they will return, hnus that every cl.lb.r' SOLUOL FACi. applied to the soil, repays its cost many iiir.es ovr. Try it, and be convinced. Pamphlets, with testimonials, etc., forwarded free. If GLIDDEX & CURTIS, Genl Selling Agents, Boston, Mass. Agents. Chas. Crane, Hyde Park ; II. L. Stevens, Wolcott; O. & A. H. Buck, Johnson : S. II. Tift, Morrisville ; Cross & Co., llighgate Centre ; Porter, Bakersfield; Miles & McMahon, Stowe. BRADLEY'S SUPERPHOSPHATE A COMPLETE MANURE OF SUPERIOR MECHANICAL CONDITION. I am prepared to furnish flrst-class. carefully I selected anil ntrlctly cunnrrvativt tar irttrag-e securities at 7 and 8 per cent. Inter est. These mortalities are sold in sums of tioo Wp .ire connected with some anu u,warU8 ant l tat I uuaranieea oy me iowa mortgage uo., at bix Per Cent. of the Best Western Mills, and always are at the Bottom of the Market, and are prepared to offer special inducements on car loads. Both our Michi- nnrl Sr. Louis .flours are Best ot solicited. references Address given and correspondence I LETERETT F. Office 174 Main St.. E1TQLESBT, Burlington, Vt. Contains all the essential elements plant-food in the best pos sible forms Proven by the actual ex perience THE BEST. rr'l n to"" PATENTS. Caveats and Trade Marks obtained, and all other uusiiiess in me u. . l'ftlenl otuce attended to l for MOUKKATB FEES. :nTLi'DUhiPH&Tr intenaneo of its high stanrlnrrt in all particulars. State Chemists' valuations are oeiii8 - . ..,. tr:ulft Snooial Samples, while others are ironi '". ''V r;.7" vi. val np were used Others can best be explained oy tnoso who nuveniMi ":" ffinsic Meriti J ?e T&t'in .he Market, it is iver,al.y used as tl.e Stand ard TcomiZ sou, which is tho best evidence of its A'knoWllol SnIorlty. S&SsJ. BRADLEY FERTILIZER COMPANY, BOSTON, MASS. FOR SALE BY II. V. SLAYTON Ac Co., Movi-i ville, Vt. We guarantee the maintenance of its hiKh standard in ""rtlcnlnni. mists' valuations are being largely advertised... Some arc from Private AnnlJ. llQf cnt cfichnn uuroiawi is opposite tne u. s. ratcnt uince, giving and every barrel is fully war ranted We will pay cash for Pota toes at the highest market .ates. H. A. SLAYTON & CO, Morrisville, Vt. we can obtain nutenU in less time than those rumuiu lruui tv asuiiitfion. Send model or drawing. We advise as to pa tentability free of charge; and we make no charire unless we obtain a oatunt. We refer, here, to the Postmaster, tho Sunt, of Money Order Div., and to otttcials of the U. S. Patent OITi!o. For circular, advice, terms and references to actual clients in your own State or County, write to C. A. SNOW CO., Opposite Patent OfUce. Washington, D. C. Farming Machinery. THE ART INTERCHANGE. During 18&5 subscribers to The Art Inter change will receive thirteen full page colored supplements, some double size; twenty-six extra pattern supplements, .containing over one bun dred full-size outline artistic designs, ready for tracing, applicable to all the varied branches of art work. Hundreds of illustrations of other are objects, which are suggestive examples, most useful to amateurs and art workers. These can not be procured in any other way. 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SINGLE COPIES, TEN CENTS. The Brahbtrket Compant, 279, asl, 23, Broadway, NEW YOK CITY. DSF LATEST IMPROVED HORSEPOWER Machine for SAWING WOOD with I'lrcn. Inr and t'roM-C'nt Drng hnw. Also iHa- Rchine for Til It KSIIINU Acknowledged i2fend I'LEAMMi triUB. by all to be 3Jt EASY DRAFT, DURABILITY i QUANTITY OF WORK l&E'SSSSS. A. W. GRAY'S SONS, Patentees and Sole Manufacturers. TrllDOLKTOWN SPRINGS, Vermont. REMEMBER That the WILDER WAGONS have taken the 1st Premium at the State Fair for two years. Not only that, they are giving perfect satisfaction where ever in use. I now have quite a number on hand and am getting out more rapidly. Now is the time to make a good trade and have your wagon ready for use in the Spring. ARTHUR WILDER. Morrisville, Vt., Oct. 8, 1884. Get your labels printed at tho NEWS SS CITIZEN OFFICE. VXI (size 2"a X for fl-M 1000 " " " 2-,)0 500 in gold (size 4x6) for 3.00 1000 " " " " -0 An Independent Newspaper of Dem ocratic Principles, but not Controlled by any Set of Politicians or Manipulators; Devoted to Collecting and Publishing all the News of the Day in the most Inter esting Shape and with the greatest pos sible Promptness, Accuracy and Impar tiality ; and to tho Promotion o demo cratic Ideas and Policy in the affairs of Government, Society and Industry. Mates, 6y Mail, Postpaid: DAILY, per Year $6 00 DAILY, per Month 50 SUNDAY, per Year 1 00 DAILY and SUNDAY per Year - - - 7 00 WEEKLY, per Year 1 00 Address. THE SUV, Xew York City. ft TONS. I'ii on Hie market for .". ' triii'ii, I.atvu, :!. i:i all the necessary joking to the money of AYER'S Cherry Pectoral. Ko other complaints are o insidious In their attack as those affecting the throat and longs: none so trifled with by the majority of suffer ers. The ordinary cough or cold, resulting perhaps from a trifling or unconscious ex posure, is often but ths Beginning ex a sickness. Ayeb's Cherry Pectoral has veil proven its efficacy In a forty years' fight with throat and lung diseases, ana suoiuu w taken In all cases without delay. A Terrible Cough Cared. ' In 185T I took a severe eold, which affected mylunes. I had a terrible cougu.ana panseu night after night without sleep. The doctors cave me up. 1 tried Ater's Cherry Pec- aoRAL, which relieved my lungs, innuceu sleep, and afforded me the rest uecesshry for the recovery of my strength. 15y the continued use of the Pectoral a perma nent cure was effected. I am now 6J years old, hale and hearty, and am satisfied your Cherry Pector a l saved me. Eocklngham, Vt., J uly 15, laei Croup. A Mother'e Tribute. Tr-hila in ilifl eonntrv last winter my Utile boy. three years old, was take 111 with eroup; it seemed as if he would die from strangu lation. One ef the family suggested the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, a bottle or which was always kept in the house. TIM was tried in small aud frequent doses, and to our delight in less tnan nan an ni little patient wns breathing easily. The doe tor said that the t'HEURV PECTORAL had saved niv darling's life. Can you wonder as our gratitude ? Suiwrely yours . 130 West 128th St., ew ork, May 16, 18S2. MT l.ava ti.P.1 AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL ... . : i worn 1 TMrt. And do not III IMJ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . V .-. . . . .. , hesitate to pronounce it the most etiectBai remedy lor cougns nun cows ,y-" tried. A. J. CRAJiE." Lake Crystal, Allnn., tiiarcu i, iooz. rears from Ttronchitis. and after trying many remit ies with i no suc cess, I was cured oy lue use w " ' f " BY PECTORAL. . JOSEPH WALDEH." Byhalia, Jttiss., April o, ism. "1 cannot say enough In praise of AYKR'e CnERRY Pectoral, believing as I do that but for its nse 1 should long since have died from lung troubles. "fc. Braodos." Palestine, Texas, April 22, ln&i. No case of an affection of the throat of lungs exists which cannot be greatly relieve by the nse of Ayeb's Chkrby Pectoba and It will altcays cure when the disease U not already beyond the control ot medicine, PREPARED BY Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co.,Lowe.l,Mass. Sold by all Druggists. Of twenty-four years to be vr rue mnf. r nrnmiar weekly nwn- pipr devoted to science, mechanic, n- fnneerin?, discoveries, inventions and patni ever published. Kvery number illnetrated wita aplrntlid enfrravjnirs. Thia publication, Inrniwhea a most valuable encyclopedia of infitrmat ion which no person Miould lie without. The popularity of the Scientific American is tmch that ita cir culation nearly equals that of all other papers of its elans combined, Prica, HWayenr. Tiseoant toOlubs. Sold bv all newsdealers. MUNN 4CO.. I'ublishera, K0. 351 Broadway, 1M. Y. a wm Bv f mm 0 Alnnn A ro. nara i ATE NTS. srwKs: practice btmiro E. D. ,Vt., WISYVELT.. Johnson dealer in all kinds of FARM INC TOOLS and MACHINERY If you are in want, call on or address as above. rain HAIR-VINE. ITnir Vin nlimiiliitnn the arrowth of th hail aud prevents it from hleanhiwr and fallinR out, stopps that unpleasant Itching that is the prelude 01 tne nair s ueray , removes uaimruu jhu, all diseases of the scalp. It is a nice shampoo anddressing for ladies' and children's heads, as it leaves the hair soitanu siiKen. Try u i"r ache and neuralgia. Sold in Morrisville bv drug gists, as well as druggists and dealers every where. M BUYERS In every New KiiL'laml. New York and Can adian village. Cash furnished. Experienced buyers preferred, but live, activefarmer's boys sometimes make best buyers. AddreBS.V.S.rAU&.iUderar i the Pntent Office, and hve pTred morothan One Hundrfd inpus- Cnd applications lor patent in tne oiled BWtes ni nrlgn countries, divests. Trsdo-Msrks. Copyright. Assignments. nd ll othsr paper, ror securing to inventors vueir Vnited States, t'anncls. . KngUnd. Frsnce, tiermany and other foreicn countries, pre pared at short notice anil on reasonable wrms. Information i to obtaining patents cneer fnlly riven without charge. Hand-books pi i ..... free. Pstenta obtained tliromih Wmm4ro.are noticed in ths American free. The a.irantn(re of anch well nndcrtood by all peroonswho wish to diapoa of ddrVMtWN CO.. Boanrrmo ImkuicaH, 3til Broadway, Now York- . BONE HEAL. Bone Meal for feed or fertiliser: also cracked bone for poultry by the pound, barrel or ton. For sale bv 1UIIAM 8 AFFORD, $3 Morrisville, Vt, B.UU 1U9 ucn v -