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' V NEWS & CITIZEN. TERMS: $1.50 in advance;other-wise,$2.00. Boston & Lowell Railroad, VERMONT DIVISION. EAST, liE M BOWS ( TRAIN'S MOVING WEST. REA1 L'r. -5 S g STATION'S. a ? a a A. M. P. M. A. M. r. M. P. M. P. M. 6.4S 4.o) 7.00 Swanton, 9.00 1.50 5.55 6.51 4.05 7.03 E. Swanton, 8.5ti 1.45 5.49 7.20 4.2-2 7.U Hishgate, 8.4(i 1.27 5.2S 7.41 4.3:1 7.25 E. Highgate, 8.35 1.07 5.08 7.57 4.52 7.3.! Sheliion Jet., 8.27 12.54 4.52 8.05 4.5!) 7.3S Sheldon, 8.2.J 12.47 4.34 8.32 5. 20 7.51 F.tirfleld, 8.10 13.28 4.06 8.57 5.40 8.04 E. Fairfield, 7.58 12.09 3.40 9.28 6.W 8.20 Fletcher, 7.42 11. 45 3.01 9.55 6.20 8.33 Cambridge Jet., 7.29 11.26 2.37 11.00 7.08 8.50 Johnson, 7.06;10.50 1.55 11.50 7.27 9.10 HYDE PARK, 6.5310.30 1.13 13.31 7.38 9.18 MOHKISVILLE 6.45 10.16 12.40 1.20 8.10 9.39 Wolcott, 6. Oil 9.40 11.55 1.57 8.37 9.57 Hardwick, 5.52 9.10 11.05 3.17 8.52 10.07 E. llardwiek, 5.42 P. 56 10.34 2.55 9.fti:lt).16 Greensboro, 5.3.1 8.42 10. 1 3.5 9.38110.38 Walden, 5.12 8.10 8.58 4.23 .3S 10.51 W. Danville, 5.00 7.52 8.30 4.55 10.12111.09 Danville, 4.51 7.33 8.10 5.45 11 .00111.30 St. .lohnsbury. 4.20 6.45 7.00 A Mixed train leaves Hvde Park at 4.30 a. and arrives at St. Johnsbury at 9.00 o'clock. Business Notices. II. A. Slayton & Co. will pay the highest market price for potatoes. For Sale. Yearlings on year's time, to reliable parties. Also will pay cash for yearlings. H. C. Fisk. Focnd. On the Morrisville fair grounds, Sept. 24, a silver watch and chain, which the owner can have Im proving property and paying costs. Hattie M. Gautuier, Johnson. C. S. Page, Hyde Park, would be pleased to receive proposals for erect ing (including boarding and shingling) a barn 43x60 ; timber, &c. furnished on the ground. Specifications fur nished on application. Apples. Tt""-- mence rimfTTWTTTTcr about Oct. loin, beginning at Hardwick and continuing down the line. Those in want of choice, selected fruit, should wait un til we arrive. C. M. & F. II. Strong. was invited by Grand Patron F. N. Harris to do the work. This new Chapter started off with 35 charter members, and we predict for it an in teresting and profitable future. The Free Press says : The will of the late Vernon P. Noyes, Esq., which has been presented for probate, gives $10,000 to his sister, Mrs. Ma ry M. Brown, of this city, and the en tire residue of his property, of what ever sort and wherever situated, is left to his brother Julius M. Noyes, of New York cit-, whom he names as his executor. The estate will probably settle for nearly a aillion dollars HYDE PARK. Calvin Foss' horse while being driven from No. Hvde Park to this place Mondaj' dropped dead. Mrs. Li. ti. JNoyes is making im provements about her premises in the way of repairing buildings, &c. H. C. Lanpher has the old tax bills for collection. A uew collector will be appointed to collect the present year's taxes. " Jim." Henderson, the popular Burlington & Lamoille conductor, is to be married this ( Wednesday) even ing to Kate Ballard, daughter of Hon. Henry Ballard. Cough medicine was free Monday ; almost every house in town being pre sented with a sample bottle ; and al most every body will hurry up and get a cold sj as to try its merits. Isaac Vaughan is "as happy as a big sunflower." At least we presume so, as lie lias the largest suunower we know of. It measures across the face 18 inches, and if any one can beat this, Uncle Isaac would like to know it. Hugh and Samuel Hoyes, of Lon donderry, N. IL, were in town last week visiting relatives and friends. rtobugh 83 years old, is as young as many of 60. He was an oc togenarian when he married his pres ent wife. To keep postage stamps in the pocket or memorandum book without sticking, a post-office clerk advises auction next Saturda- at 1 o'clock p. m., at the Clark place on High street, a new cooking range, a bread cart, a traverse sled and a work harness, besides other household articles. Mr. Waters says the goods will be sold to the highest cash bidder. Any one wishing any of the above mentioned articles should remember the hour and place. I will sell at uclooer Id, looo, my house land in Morrisville, together with household furniture and large milli nery stock. Will exchange my vil lage residence, with millineiy stock and good will, for small farm near the village ot Morrisville or Wolcott. All parties having accounts with the late Mrs. Sanborn are requested to call and settle at once. All unsettled accounts will be left with an attorney for collection. S. C. Sanborn. LOCVL NEWS. Ser" MORRISVILLE. KELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11. trmversaiist church. Rev. f. e. Heaiey, Pas-1 The stock train goes east Monday at 1.10 a. m., and the butter train lues- days at 6.10 p. m Cut-on-tiie-Bias. How do you like the new time-table? Over one hun dred took suDuer at the vestry last Wednesday evening ; 'tis well, every body go next week. Johnson has got ud a lecture course for the coming winter ; will Hyde lJarfe do anything in tbAa direction? lhe CJlemeot boys are doing a big business manufacturing furniture at Wmooski. Mrs. William tor. Services commence at 2.1a p. m Congregational Chorch. Rev. W. A. Bushee, Pastor. Services commence at 10.45 a. m. M. E. Church. Rev. M. P. Bell, Pastor, vices at 10.30a.m. Major Safford has been in town for a few days. Mrs. si. li. i . Keed went to mar ket this morning. Rev. and Mrs. V. M. Hardv have returned to their home in Randolph. Hemember the musical sociable Fri day evening at Mrs. A. M. Churchill's. Mrs. A. F. Whitney has returned Page is spending a few days at liur from & weefe s visit in isarre ana vi order. Another voung son has ti it SonWn nd wifp. S. C. San- appeared at the tinsmith's house. F born and D. C. Sanborn are here for J - Sinclair of Johnson ia working for a time. NORTH HYDE PARK. George Sargent has returned from the west. Quite a goodly number attended the Masonic lecture at Johnson Friday eve ning. All reported an enjoyable time. Amos Whiting and family, of McIIen ry, 111., and Joseph Bassett and wife, of Worcester, Mass., are guests at L. F. Allen's. Sewell Newton is in Burlington visit ing relatives. D. A. Reed is attending the fair in Orleans County. Bert Bullard, who has been spending the summer with his father, returned to nis situation in Minora, Mass., on Mon- aay. Some mischievous little bovs placed a buggy on top of the sheds in the rear of me uong'i church, and surlered it to re main there over the Sabbath. Fred Wilcox has returned to his home in Milford. Vaccination seems to be fashionable The Mite Society meet with Mrs. E. Foss Thursday afternoon. All are in vited. Alvin Lanpher hai the misfortune to lose a valuable horse one aay last weeK J. C. Masure is improving his proper ty Dy erecting a new tront tence. JOHNSON. C. U. Stevens and family, of St. Al bans, are visiting their father, Orange Buck. I. L. Pearl & Co. are now running on seven-eislits time, thus saving lighting the mill. C. II., & P. C. Stevens and wife go to Boston this week, combining pleasure with business. A large delegation from all the Sunday schools attended the Sabbath school con vention at Burlington last week. Rev. Thomas Crudgintoii preached for Rev. A. A. Smith at North Hyde Park on Sunday afternoon. O. W. Stearns & Son have shut down their tub shop for two weeks, commenc ing work again about the middle of October. Lucian Scott came from Rutland Satur day evening. John Knowles has sold his farm to Charles Drown, of Watervule. Mr. 1). expects to take possession this week. Rev. A. A. Smith and family are enjoy ing a few weeks in Boston and vicinity. Leo Muzzy, of Stowe, has taken rooms at George Baker's. Dexter Whiting has lately had a fine family monument erected in the new cemetery. There was no Sunday morning service at the Methodist church, as Rev. Mr. Baxendale is spending his vacation with relatives in Philadelphia. Herbert Larkin is buying a car of calves in this vicinity for a Targe stock farm on which he lives at Mechatiics ville, O. F. A. Leland and wife returned Friday night from a four weeks' visit in the West. A sidewalk from Belding's corner to Nathan McFarland's house is one of the late improvements in our village. The "Normals" met the first nine of Wolcott, at Morrisville Saturday after noon, the game standing 32 to 32. Rey. Thomas Crudginton, at the union service at the Baptist church Sunday evening, gave an outline of the address given by Rev. Mr. McArthur, of New York, at East Hardwick during the State convention. The subject was Progres sive Christianity. A large number enjoyed the lecture given by Rev. Frank E. llealey at the Normal Hall Friday evening, after which an Eastern Star chapter was organized at the Masonic Hall, with 35 members, including 17 ladies. The oyster supper prepared by the ladies of the Baptist church was largely attended. JEFFERSON VI LLE. Chauncey Tillotson shipped a car load of cattle Iroui this station for the west on Monday. The Rev. Mr. Hatch, a former resident of this town, but now of Massachusetts, occupied the pulpit on Sunday. Mrs. G. E. Melviu is visiting friends in the west. The Reed family have been having a reunion at S. H. Reed's the past week. Mrs. Pierce, an aged lady residing at J. T. Wilcox's is Quite sik with pneu monia. Mr. Phelps, of Reading, Pa., Is stop ping here for a few days. .Tampa TTaikIpfroii. the cental conduc- lington. Surprise parties will soon be I tor on the B. & L. road, is to be married at Burlington this (.vveanesaayj evening. A second crop of both red and black raspberries have been found the past Mr. Edward Waters will sell at people to rub the sticky side over the liair two or three times. He says the oil of the hair coats the mucilage and prevents it from sticking. Of course ihey should not be wet before putting them on your hair. Peck's Sun, published at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is the most humorous pa- per in America io-aay. vreo. iv . Peck, its editor and proprietor, stands without an equal as a humorist. He auction oj Tuesday, I believes in making people happy, and and no one can be otherwise who reads his most excellent paper. Oar readers are invited to read the prospectus of Peck's Sun in another column. Sam ple copies mailed free to any address. The new time-table, which went into effect Mondaj', is so far a3 we can learn, satisfactory to our people, lhe mail now arrives from the west at 9.10 a. m. ; from the east at 6.53 p. m. Other trains run as follows : Going east, mixed, 4.30 a.m. ; through freight 11.10 a. m. : way freight 11.25 a. m. ; Hyde Park freight 11.25 a. m. ; mixed 7.27 p. m. ; going west, mixed lU.oU a. m. ; owanlon ireignt 11.40 a. m. ; way freights 1.13 and 2.00 p. m. ; through freights 3.20 and 4.30 p. m. ; There will be a meeting of J. M, Warner Post on Friday eveninz of this week. Rev. F. E. Heaiey will exchange next Sunday with Rev. J. T. Powers, of West Burke. The Universalist Sunday school will hereafter be held at 1 o'clock p. h instead of 4 o'clock. Charlie Small has hired the rooms over Jewett's blacksmith shop and i3 to occupy them as a paint shop, C. R. Page is in attendance at the Horse Breeders" exhibition this week, with a full line of horse flesh. Something over $1100 has already been subscribed for a pipe organ to be placed in the Congregational church. Rev. M. P. Bell has recovered his horse thought to have been stolen. The horse had strayed into an adjoin' ing inclosure. William L. Alexander took posses Pase. Mrs. Lucinda Matthews now has rooms with Mrs. Alonzo Cobleigh. There is talk of opening a street week. The people of this vicinity enjoyed a rare treat on Thursday evening in listen ing to a lecture by Rev. Mr. Johnson, of directly in front 01 the American to Springfield, on Temperance. Those who the brow of the hill ; it would make a have heard him know ms powers 01 eio- pleasant street. Bart Crowell and qence, ana now ne noius tne attention l 'c - t . ot his audience. His arguments were Ornn Hadley, of Boston, are visiting ,ear and to the int aud if aU teraper. relatives in wwn. lueuepoi, siucnam aiice people would need nis words this 'out of kilter. Carrie Cobb 1 giant evil would not hold sway as it has a slow fever. Last Sunday does now, not oniy in our village, Dut throughout the land. After the lecture a honey supper was served, at which all enjoyed a sweet and pleasant time, One of the pleasant events of the past week, and one which time will not efface from the memory of many, was a family reunion of the MeClure family at "Uncle t-i : . l ' .... 'I'. , .. ,1 ., .. i . -r-i UOUSe plants. iue uauu ucaieu viv , ,f -f In(iiana. arA vUifino- rhflir from its cotillion party. Page is mah friends in Vermont, and before their re- ing improvements in his tenements at turn it was thought best to have a family the West End. County Clerk Ken- visit, and so Tuesday was appointed as a m 1 r i t , 0,tI1J!n the time. A nicer day could not have field and C. S. Page are attending been gelectedj as the ky wa8 clear, the tne legislative lveuuiuu at. iuimipeuei was a dark rainy day. Street lamps would be beneficial these dark nights. Have you been vaccinated yet? Page will build a large addition to his hide emporium. This is the last 4 per cent, discount month. lime to pot Winterish weather. II. J. Lilley will please accept our thanks for a plate of delicious grapes. Read Fred. Child's new adv. He strives to please. eion of the post-office at Morristown J The Owl Train bovs have a soft on Saturday last, and C. A. Rich at job now. Plenty of postals at the P. this place Tuesday, S. H. Tift's goods and store were attached to-day (Wednesday) on writ in favor of Mrs. Morris Sargent, for merly Mrs. Manley Brown. Luman Wheeler brought us in apples of the Emperor v ariety that were really wonders in the way of size ; more like small pumpkins than apples The Academy students have settled the skating rink question. They had the subject up Friday evening at ly- ceum, and after an exhaustive discus eion it was decided that the rink must go .The same of ball on the old fair trees were resplendent with their gorge ous apparel and all nature seemed to re joice. 1 he plan was to baye it a surprise to tne lamuy, anu 11 was, tney not even suspecting a thing until several of the party arrived. Friends were present from iletcner, iiyue 1'ark and cam- bridge. Several at a distance did not get word until it was too late, which was much regretted. About 1 o'clock p. m. a bountiful repast was served by the la dies ot the party, and justice was done O. now ; a supply of the new ones having arrived. Mrs. James Fergu son 01 liurnngtou is in town. nr. Pettv has a supply of fresh vaccine. to the viands by all. The afternoon was r.lpnra OhwpII .rwi tt w Mon- iuterspersed with visiting, games and I ..w.ir hj..i t. c i 1 music, both vocal and instrumental. three Ul " ou"jr uuu. Joke8 went round tne drc,ei old age wa8 veuuuu at jsuriington last weeii. renewed, pleasant reminiscences were A. Codding of Johnson has moved on I talked over and the time sped by much to the Fred. Bliss farm. Mrs. An drews, of Bradford, sister of Mrs. L b. ouerwin, who has been visitinff in town, returned home Wednesday. A young man, residing in the suburbs was caught pilfering in one or the vu ' ELMORE. . A. M. Kelley and wife will attend the reunion at Montpelier. Mrs. A. M. Woodbury recently received a barrel of pears from her son, H. E. Woodbury, of Burlington, and kindly re membered her neighbors. Charles Hastings reports one hundred bushels of wheat from two acres of land, and James Cobleigh eighty-three bushels of oats from one acre, and those that helped to do the threshing testify to good measurement. Mrs. A. M. Woodbury is spending the week at Burlington. Wilbur Howard, who was a resident in town 3S vears ago, is visiting at Li. 1j. Camp's. O. D. Bacon has gathered apples from three of his trees that gave him lo bush els each, and be has many more. XV. B. Harris has put a coal stove in his store, and thinks it is cheaper and much more comfortable. J. W. Tift is repairing the house on the corner, preparatory to moving in. EAST ELMORE. S. M. Cameron aud wife are on a visit to New York. Some ot the sick ones are improving. Mrs. G. A. Morse, who has been very ill, is better. Mrs. TTolilen is exDected to live but a short time. Some vounsr men from No. Wolcott passed through this place one night re cently, soon alter litmp-hght ana com menced to abuse a man who was loading lumber. They soon found, however, that they had got their match aud were glad to dig for home. C. C. Brown has rented his house to Mr. Chaffee for one year, and goes to work for Mr. Gray. flie auction at Mr. Gray's was very near a failure, as but a small part of the goods advertised were sold. C. C. Brown has been peddling meat at Calais for the past three weeks. EDEN. On Wednesday last, Dr. Bacon succeed ed in removing the remainder of the broken needle from Mrs. James Atwell's wrist, and it was not until after the re moval that she became aware of the imi nent danger she had been in with this offensive point of steel searching among the nerves aud cords for au outlet. Mrs. E. D. Ferry Griswold has returned from her New Hampshire trip, and has decided to go to housekeeping again. Lumbering is again the order of the day and some are preparing to remove to the lumber camps. Among tne numoer we mention J. C. Campbell, who, we un derstand, has a contract with J. C Stearns, and will occupy the camp near the south pond. Miss Lucy Warren is teaching in Low ell, and Miss Helen Rogers commenced a school at the white school house Monday of last week. Doss have been making bad havoc with sheep iu the vicinity of the Corners. The new belfry has been raised 011 the church at the Corners, and the work is going on. The birth-day party given by Miss Myrtie Fuller should have been men tioned last week. It is spoken 01 aa being one of the most pleasant; gather ings of the season. She was remembered by her friends with substantial gifts aud kind wishes. A larse percentage of the old soldiers attended the organization 01 tne i. a Post at No. Hyde Park the 29th ult. Potato crop large ; apples scarce. R. STOWE. Cattle are selling at low prices in an ticipation of the Scarcity of hay. The Mt. Mansfield House closed with September, and Stowe is again enjoying a season of quiet. The echo of the huntsman's gun frightens many ajujcy partridge, but the question of a hunting contest this fall is carefully avoided. Monday morning again found the hills white with snow. Mr. and Mrs. Free. Smith are stopping in Waterbury for a few days. Apples are plenty and cheap. Rev. Mr. Wells, ot Marshfield, was in town over ouuuojr. The auction by the two would-be post masters of MorrisvlUe i8 0ne of the insti tutions of this placg, The excursion toJrew York has drawn away several from this place. Mrs. H. M.Davis.nf Mi . j i..o., : r, nas maue a picaaaiugcay among her Big elow friend3 and others of Stowe through the summer, returned to her home last week. , Miss Mary Simmons is in Williams- town, wnere sne is engage in teaching Martin vviikins Has sold his barber tools anu traue to uert Corse Mrs. Dr. Boyntoa, of Fraraingham, Mass., who has been here a few days vis iting friends, returned home early this Mr. A. S. Kellogg and son returned irom tiie west msi. weeK, Henrv Gibbs, about 21 afflicted with paralysis, occasioned? it is thought by a blow oDOn th hai t some time in tue uasu, and is not expect ed to recover. The case is exceedin-ly MARRIED. GRAY BUN DY In Morrisville, August 12th, 1885, by Rev. Frank E. Heaiey, Mr. Cornelius Grav. of Worcester, Mass., and Miss Hattie 8. Bandy, of Morrisville. THOMAS PRINCE In Morrisville, Oct. 1st, 188S, by Rev. f rank E. Heaiey. Mr. N. S. Thomas and Mrs. Catharine Prince, both of Morristown. ROBINSON SE AVER In Morrisville. Oct. 1st, 1885, by Rev. Frank E. Heaiey, Mr. Charles I. Robinson and Miss Lena Seaver, both of Stowe. CON ANT ADG AT E In East Hardwick, Oct. 1st, 1885, by Rev. A. A. Smith, assisted iy kcv. F. D. Chandler, Nelson B. Conant, of Littleton, Mass., and Harriet W. Adgate, of East Hardwick. FOR SALE. A pleasant residence in the village of Morris ville, consisting of house, barn and one-half acre of land. Tna buildings are in good repair. Terms made known on application. II. A. COBLEIGH, Executor, I97ni3 Morrisville, Vt. INSURANCE ! DIED. singular and puzzles the nifidicni hr,ftv. ernooa in attenuauce. WOLCOTT. Rev. J. F. Whitney and family are In New York 011 a visiting tour. D. D. Sleeper and his daughter Cora started for Waterloo, Iowa, on Monday. A rock weizhing about 5 tons fell on the railroad track about a mile east of the station during the severe rain on Sunday, , estabiished, and oil the fourth of and had not section foreman Pope been ' . . . . out a probable accident would nave Deen j 6' - the result, as it was on a sharp curve. It windlall blasted out, and tooK until NEWS ITEMS. An American laaily in Merced county, Cal., adopted a young China man and sent bimLiiie rui; ouui to oiJuviated, but fe teacher, backed by the trustees, reiised to allow him to attend. There is a white labor laundry at Modesto, Cal.,' ana m it negroes, Spaniards and Chinese are employed side by side. The colored men and Spaniards ought to pas3 denunciatory resolutions abont the Chinese. "I am very tired,? gaid the lady at the head of the boarding house table, Monday morning, to The good na tured minister who Bat at the other end. "You should notbe," said the parson ; "you didn't preach a sermon yesterday." "No," said the ladv, almost unconsciously, "but I listened to one." Then followed an oppres sive silence, which eave the minister time to reflect that he came out only second best. In the early part of the last centu ry a wealthy merchant of Manches ter, Eng., named Robson, who lived alone, keeping a man and woman ser vant only, was murdered and robbed by his servants, who fled the country. Having no known heirs, his fortune went to the custody of the Court of Chancery, where it has remained for 141 years, and now amounts to over 250,000. About three years ago, however, a poor woodman named Robson, sixty years of age, and living at Hexam, iu Northumberland, dis covered that he was a direct heir of a brother of this Mr. Robson, of Man chester, his grandfather having been a brother to the merchant. The old woodman made inquiries, and satis fied of the validity of hi3 claim, he laid it before the Court of Chancery, when his right to the' fortune was ful- BONE MEAL. Bone Meal for feed or fertilizer: ulna crackpil bone for poultry by the pound, barrel or ton. rorsaleDy HIRAM SAFFORD, 57 Morrisville. Tt. 7 PER CENT. INVESTMENTS Iowa mortcrazes on lmoroved farms, not ex ceeding one-third of the cash value of property, bearing interest at six per cent, and seven per cent, semi-annually, principal and interest pay able at address of owner. For particulars orin formation, call on or address, H. -J. fish, MorrisvIUeJVt. had to be blasted out. midnight to clear the track C. C. Fisher has rented his farm on Town Hill to Moses Ilogden for one vear. Henry Paraunchie having closed his labors at the steam mill, returned to his home in Concerd, N last. - - A goodly number of the many friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Bundy gave them a surprise party on Monday, it being Harvey's birth-day. All enjoyed a pleasant time. Tw citizens of Lampas, Texas, who were passengers on the stage from San Angelo to Abilene, give the fol lowing account of a daring robbery, 16 miles east of Runnels: A smooth far-fid hov. about 18fvears of age. met 1 , icbuiucu iiia - 7 w j H., on Saturday and passed the stag He was ridkg a gray horse. He iwio a loo 31 Diue flannel shirt, and . Ms trousers were stuck in his boots, lie carried Vin chester rifle and a six shooter. Af ter the stage had passed him he turned and demanded a halt. The driver whipped up his team, when an excit ing race for half a mile ensued before ST. ALBANS. Hilton, a graduate of Canton, OraM N. Y Theological School, and pastor tue stage waa overhauled by the high elect 01 tne first umversaiisi cnuren, 1 otrm - , , ' moil ,1 nr..) tnat-ollarl lao- "hnre. "JU,UI " UWUOUUCU KUO day afternoon in the following order: sacss, ai uie same time saying ne uiu 1st, voluntary by organist; 2d, anthem not care to disturb, the passengers, bv choir; 3d, invocation by Rev. J. E. six in number, includin a ladv. The KurV of Wiins- maU 8acl3 delivered to him, wnen ton; 5th, hymn; 6th, 6ermon by Pres. I. M. Atwood, D. D., of Canton, N. Y. ; 7th, prayer 01 consecration Dy iroi. 11. f. Forbes, 01 uanton, im. i .; otu, cnarge to candidate by Rev. G. S. Guernsey, of Chester; 9th, right hand of fellowship by Rev. Edward Smiley, of Richmond ; 10th, address to society by Rev. J. Ed ward Wright; 11th, hymn; 12th, bene diction by pastor, ine exercises were Eulinels, i0fl(1pJ h, iatlIo huckled well sustained, deeply instructive ana ' r imnroiv to thn close, and well re- u" u' uc' " "em mmieil iu iwm- ceived. Mr. Hilton seems to be well fit- ness. The robber, however, rode off ted for the place, Dotn oy nature anu eu- and lelt the bags on the prairie. . . T nn,l 1. 1 nonnla ova wall T"i 1 P Q Q ( ( 1 I UCilLlUll, H11U 1113 m , t' . Cordial hand shaking and warm congrat ulations greeted him at the close. May this union of pastor and people long re main. he carried them 200 yards out on the prairie and leisurely appropriated what he wanted. "Vthile this scene was being enacted, the stage from Ab ilene to San Angelo came up with seveu male passengers. Weapons were called for, and a man who claimed to be a rancer, en route to HARDWICK. M. E. Tucker raised the frame of his main building Tuesday. John Drenan was at home over Sun day. Probate Court Lamoille District. The following business was trans acted at the Probate Office in Hyde PaTk, during the week ending Oct. 3, 1885 Sept. 28th. Monroe Blaisdell's estate, Cambridge; M. C. Blaisdell cited to appear before Probate Court for im proper appropriation of funds belonging to estate ; nearmg set for Oct. is, iso I. T. Vincent's estate, Morristown ; ad- Mr. Brush went to Cambridge Tuesday . ., . . r.Klovino v mceuL estate, Momsiuwu ; a.u- 5:,H.enJn ministrator asks for license to sell real estate : neanntr set for ot. 17. 1885. Sept. 30th. Truman D. Powell's es- attend the re-union at Montpelier this week. C. M. Sawvear and wite, oi MacKviue, tate, Cambridge; license eranted to sell . ... 1 1. n 1 . rn 'I'llQD. 1 ... .. i v Duneu tneir 10 ujuiimis uiu uuj w piai""" yiopeifcy. WATERMAN In Johnson, Sept. J9, John L. Waterman, aged 79 years. DARLING In Morrisville. Sept. 24, Erminie A., daughter of G. L. and K. E. Darling, aged 9 years, 8 months and 23 days. NOYES. In Burlington, Sept. 30th, 1885, V. P. Noyes, aged 67 years. F. H. PETTY, -r-nvsif!rAN and surgeon. XT Office and residence opposite Strong's Store. The insurance assessments of the VermontMu tual Fire Insurance Company for 1885 are due Oct. 14th. Please do not delay to pay the same on or before that date to U. M. McFARLAND, agent, and save the trouble and expense of re mitting to the home otlice. Hyde Park, Vt., Sept. 9th, 1885. 98tf IBM A WORD ABOUT RANSOM'S Ml 202 Hyde Park, Vt E. G. DARLING, AUCTIONEER, Wolcott. Vt. Two cheap work horses for sale. 160 FRANK P. ROBINSON, PHOTOGRAPHER, Portland Street, lciyl Morrisville, Vt E. 3. FOSTER, " ANUFACTURER and Dealer in all Kinds AJA. of Marble & Granite. Work Guaranteed as Good, and prices as Low as any in Vermont tligabtreet. morrisville, VT. J. A. ROBINSON, Dentist. Morrisville, Vt. 51 Do not get teeth made on a plate von know nothing about. They look splendid, but are THBX DURABLE f KJMX VOU Se prOOt Of Hf They are cheaper to make than rubbrh. -Al 7. W. H. PECS, DENTIST, Johnson, ... Vt. workWarrin ted. 1-1 NOTICE. Cash paid for calf-skins, hides, pelts, fur and eggs aims v ennont uouse, morrisville, vt.,Dy 10 u x. v. MOK1UL.L.. A LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE ASSORTMENT OF Watches, Clocks, Silver Ware, and Jewelry of All Kinds -AT Healey's Jewelry Store, Wlorrisville, Vt. Watches. Clocks, and .lewelrv rnnnirnii at Reasonable Prices, and Satisfaction Guaranteed. The demand for H. J. IiIIXEY'S has been Constantly Increasing tor the last few years. 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Parker, No. 4 Bulflnch street, Bosto n, Mass., who may be consulted on all diseases re quiring skill and experience. Chronic and ob stinate diseases that have J A I baffled the skill of all other ptrvsi n tAfcfiansn specialty. Such treated" 1 1 C I ET auccesslullv without an I I I Obl.r JUSTLY CELEBRATED, CENTRAL DRAFT COOKING AND HEATING IT VIE FOE, A QUARTER OF A CENTURF They Have STOOD at- tlte HEAD -FOR Durability, Economy of Fuel, Style, Beauty and General EXCELLENCE. I instance of lailure. CALL AND SEE MY Soots faster than all wished, and as the twilight came on each dispersed to their own home with many regrets that the days were so short, but feeling that the occa sion had been one of the most enjoyable of thi season. Such family gatherings big icooani,, nuu serve to bind closer to- geuier cue doiius or Droiuutiwi, and lage stores luesaay. iteau in anuiuei the remeinbrance of them is ever fresh In column what happened to the man our minds who stopped his paper. Augustus Child and wife of New York City, and FLETCHER ground Saturday afternoon between Sally Child of Waterville, have been Miss Frankie Flagg is at home the Johnson and Wolcott nines, re- visitins their cousin, 1 . K. Child, the v,r. an( Mrs. L. C. Lee went to Water suited in a tie. The "rubber" game past week. Mr. Fletcher, on the file- bury last Saturday on a visit to relatives. is to be played a week fiom next Sat-1 Farland farm, is the proud father of nxday. I twins. G. J. Slayton has taken a step in the right direction. The high fence I Sunday School Convention. The in front of his place has been removed J annual convention of the Sunday has tilled to .the wood shed, and he with dirt and sod to the road, afford ing a foundation for a fine lawn. Attention is called to the fall circu lar of Miles and McMahon, of btowe, which will be open to inspection soon Their store is full of goods, and their prices, well, everybody knows that they are at the bottom. Look out for the circular. E. W. Manchester set up his lliresh ine machine recently at E. E. Allen's at a quarter to o'clock, and in four and one-fourth hours, or at 6 oclock, he had run out 185 bushels of oats, full measure, and nicely cleaned. "Eph." says there is no mistake about it. The following premiums awarded at the fair were overlooked in arranging the premium list as printed last week : Best oil painted banner. Miss Minnie Fitch, Morrisville; best decorated China ware, Miss Lillian Cutting, Morrisville; best rustic easy chair, Myran Spaulding, Morristown, Mt. Olive Chapter, O. E. S., was organized at Johnson on Friday eve niir of last week. Coral Chap G. W. Lee raised 480 bushels of oats from seven and one-half acres of land Jennie Carpenter. Lill Davis and Wilma rarsons are attending the last nan term of school at 1 airtax The new stage driver has never been nonular. and is making himself less so. ' , . , i : i M :uiy people in anu aroiinu i.iuKiiiuii ville have been in the habit of sending their mall to K. T. liingnam s, wno nas kindly deposited it in a satchel with their day. XV. XV. Sutton had an auction on Wed nesday last, selling stock and larm pro duce. Oeo. F. Wheeler raised an apple of the Alexander variety that weighs 13 ounces and measures 13 1-2 inches in circumfer ence. He sent it up to Postmaster Shat- tuck, saying it was a Democratic apple. But he wanted the Dad spot on one siue noticed one side good the other poor. L. 1, Uauwanijri .returned from Chica go Saturday. II. O. Stone and wife and D. Bndg- man, Jr., and wite started ior tne west Monday. Change of time on the railroad. Mail closes, going east at 9.40 a. m. ; going west, at 6.60 p. in. Mixed, east, at b.Ua a. m. and 8.10 p. m. ; west, at 9.10. The lyceums Monday evenings are well attended and quite interesting. Allen Flace has moved to a tenement in W.O. Clement's house, and Fred Ship man has moved from the Woodbury block to the tenement vacated by Mr. Place. Mrs. Ilolton is painting her house on Church street, occupied by Dr. Darling. Oct. 1st. Joseph Bashaw's estate. Stowe ; appraisers make report. Oct. 2nd. Salome A. Martin's estate, Johnson ; administrator settles his ac count. Kollen A. Cleveland's guardian ship, Hyde Park ; pardian settles his account and transmitted the funds to his successor in Claremont, N. II. Oct. 3rd. J. M. Green's estate, Mor ristown ; appraisers Hake report. Moses G. Wakefield's estate. Wolcott : L. A. Gale appointed administrator; Pardon Davis and uorneiiu A. Reed appraisers mnmissionerSi Which is complete in all grades and styles. My stock of CROCERIES IS ALWAYS FEESH. F. R. CHILD, Page's Block, Corner Church and Main Sts., Hyde Park Their especial feature is their justly celebrated CENTRAL DRAFT, which is confessedly the most perfectly controlled and most economical of anything made in the line of Wood Stoves. i ii i. i - Schools of Lamoille county will be held at Wolcott on or about the lst and 22nd of the Dresent month. An . . , interesting programme is Deing pre pared, and indications now point to a own and sent it to the post-offlco by the large convention. Jvery school m me siage. yua i UA Kota s &tate institution. In MEAi..The request ibrmeai is nKiit rouintv should be represented. Pa,18ed no Jelliy i in?0,ni,1iS hl' the Dakota Constitutional Convention maii .ales ofcornmeai.t bbi. The COUliiy bUOUlU ue rcpieoeuieu. brought back the mail. But the Sinnx Falls last wepk rlauaoa woro tittiong are: Cornmeal. bbl. 2.352.40; new driver requires those tnus accom- adopted providing for the exemption r-a nv': ci i mouateo io pay niui icn wuw o wccn, I ...i.:i. 1.-1 him ftfin nr mnm vfttirlv fli nPTf mAPt.irifr of thfi"TTniOn 0-I cial " will be held at B. L. Fairbanks' The following Is copied from the Ox- Da kota 's State Constitution. In clauses were from taxation ot property used exclu sively for agricultural, horticultural and Bad drainage en-,tfs much sickness Bad blood aud improper action of the liver and kidneys te''til drainage to the system, wnicn uuraock Blood Bitters will remedy. ; BOSTQX MARKETS. BoSTOt, Mass., Oct 6, 1885, Lambs. There is a fair tradn in the mutton line. Good lambs are quite Arm, but muttons are easy, uood sunni? Minus, s i.agc : common. 5 a) Tc ; extra muttons, 6&7c; bir to good, 5 a tic; com- U1U11, U; - , Potatoes. Potatoes ire in better demand, with a betrer demand all around : Houlton and AroosiooK rose, sounu sock, 48S0c; hebrons, 40a45c; northern rose, 4Ha4Af.: rnrlnss. MiiARr.: burbankg, 4(K45c. Car not glrictly sound are naru to bcu ai pricuH iiwiower. with quo-Iirit. l a 1.0.'). Oatmeal, frroum, $4.3;'a.50. Rye flour is quoted at j.".ks ' DOl. and rye is steady at 4ac f uu. Corn. Corn continue rattier quiet. Holders KT O T I O B I ' KWe have given these Stoves a thorough trial during the past three years, and are so thorougniy sausneu aviui tuuir superiority that we have accepted tne exclusive Agency for Lamoille County, and shall sell them ON THEIR MERITS, Saturday, Oct. 10th, afternoon and even- ford, Neb., liegister of Sept. 85 : "We ac- t , . ill V ' : ;.r-v I I I ,1 nlnuaanr nail find anilll i i rr ki l TTM-r win i im khivhi i 1 1 (Mil uvc iaj i k now itruiiu a uioaonuu Uie ' 7-w ; r -r- I " . eight. religious societies, schools. Cemetery and claim that the next invoices Wjn cost higher, ow- nig w mo luticnob "cigut raiuH, uni uuyers uu PLEASANT VALLEY. day with a car load ol household goods Hard Hands of this place and the Rustic nine of Cambridge, the score stanuing jj to 28 in favor of the Haru nanus. A matched game of ball was played anj a 8Dan 0f horses for Dr. M. S. Briggs, Saturday, September 26. between the wn0 8 expected to arrive he next Tues day. Rev. Georze S. Guernsey will preach in Fletcher next Sunday, forenoon and afternoon. t NORTH WOLCOTT. D. D. Sleeper and his daughter Cora left this place on Monday for Raymond, Jowa. Rev. S. C. Vail is holding a series of meetings at the Udall school house. Wallace Davis may be found behind the counter at George Taylor's store. nhurifiihla niirnnaua on .1 vn..... , r. 1 j. --f ,7. ."TTr.r. not respond. Hush nixed. 6-2 l-2S3r.: No. a periv not, exceeuing a uuu ; proniuiung m,xe(i, 51 l-aMc j stoner yellow, Sic. steamer VlAVf fr i.Jiuvuiu 111 v J 11 If, c ICkA. JL I Jtl . 1 - . more than two mills on the dollar Of Oats. Oats on the not are a fraction firmer. neware : Hurley oats. 42c: No. 4C : So. S white. 33 1 .'2 ,i 33 3.1e. ; tuau ipiu jjci nuic. j. no ouujeci; oi wo man sunrage was lett to the legislature. The Legislature is called to meet the second Monday in December, 1885. The constitution will be submitted to a vote some beautiful cakes of maple sugar from . . . . - . r 11 . i . T.- . . 1 I : . . t JOlin Liavis, oi cjetciiei, r i n w,, aHssd valuation and nrnvulinrr H.of . Th nuotations ior Vt. Mr. Davis arrived here last lues- . . , . ... ' . v . UwhiUiHi.iasis. told goods m" tin "rrVr r No. 3 mixed. 31 l-'H E. LOWELL. Edsou Stannard is clerking for W Curtis. George Watson has rented a farm in Westfleld, for two years, Jfewton has commenced to take in po tatoes at Brown's factory, and Is paying 20 cents. Quite a delegation from this place at tended the Sunday school convention at, of the people the Tuesday following the first in Monday m November. Provision was also made tor the election United States Senators. It is said that the Fall River, Mass., manufacturers are considering the practicability of forming a combi nation to keep up the prices of print cloth, on the same principle as that Eoos. The market f Hrm and slightly higher for eggs. Oape anu iicr by, 23a'14c; extra east ern, ii s22 l-'.!e; nortnni 21.2'2c; western, 20 20 l-2c; islands and Ne Brunswick, 20 ljjjl l.i. Butteb. Trade in Vitter js dull, with a good offering. Job lots trefc ureamery. 24 20c: fresh western creameries lDmund lots, 22,a23c; fancy, 3 o il 1.2c 1 northern, a i.2o : June and Julv Of two I orcaineries, 20a21c; mw northern dairies I820c; selections, 20u.21 l-2c; western dairies, 16 alms. Flour The flour Market is considered quite firm, though rather Hict. Spring patents are especially nrm. i "e2.90jS,l5; superliue, $3.26 (3.7S; common cAir, (i4a4.'Z; medium extra, $4.25 a 4.50: Michigan, 14,0,) 4J5; St. Louis and Southern Illinois, otuo and Indiana patents, $5.50a-f- Know Tuyseli hv reading the "Sci T.it'o." the Hoot mnrllcal work ever Mrs. Guver has returned from her vis-1 by which the prices of coal and iron published, for you.ng and middle-aged I . . i " A a i I At the old corner Btand of 0. W . Hi. molds, now goods just arriving; new and ucau v. . BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBER GOODS. Prices as low as the lowest. The largest and best selected lot of Clothing in this county. ..u: i ..!, .i. i ... ...i wi II Hint vou if Dossible. Prices shall not X shkll be Tow as 'the lowest:" Our Flour' and Feed, without any hesitancy. I announoe the best in this town, and Flour at prices as low as the lowest. GROCERIES. p.,m nnn-oes. the best and nure Soices at prices to suit. I moan that I have more groods than money and that for your money 1 will give you more goods than your money s worth. Dress Goods Department. Fresh anil oloan ami a very laree assortment. Velvets and Velveteens, plain and brocade, uresa XriUliniUga it lilt UUdlVUDi MID UtAglsD MatrvM. GENT'S AND LADIES' UNDERWEAR AT LOWEST PRICES. LADIES' CLOAKS, DOLMANS, AND NEWMARKET'S AND RUSSIAN CIRCULARS Just in and coming. The latest and best stylos. Don't fail to see them. Ladies' Dress Flajstnels, And the nssnrtmpnt i too numerous to mention. Call and see and examine for yourselves and this I mean lor vour money. For your money I will sell vou very low, lry Jjooos, isouu. dt!WOT.,f 'i'had raffir bk . "JSK money rnan so many goods, and I wUl swap and icive you the best trade, wme, come anu uou nm. iu v , 1 I want to see you and your money. O. W. REYNOLDS. Guaranteeing perfect and entire II EMI MT1CULIR, and giving, when desired, a written warrant against breakage by fire with every Stove sold. Call and See Them At Once. NEW STORE, Corner of MAIN and CHURCH STS. HYDE PARK. VERMONT. I. O. AJNDEEWS & CO. ter No. 16, O. E. S., of MonisTille, Burlington. it to Danviue. I are maimaiucu. i uu. j Cambiudok, TU. BepL SOtb.