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TERMS: $1.50 in advance; other wise, $2.00. Boston & Lowell Railroad. VERMONT DIVISION. EAST I TRA 12 XS LEAVE WEST. REAL) UP- E DOWN I 1 STATIONS. 1 3 a ' t A.M. P.M. P.M. .M. P-M. S.4D 3.20 9.30 Swanton, T.SOll.Sf" 4.10 S.4I 3.27 9.37 E. Swanton, 7.4SI1.M 4.04 H. .VS 3.4S 9.57 HiRhpate, 7. 3H 11.42 3.43 9.05 4.08 10.14 E. Highgate, 7.27 11.33 3.21 !.I4 4.21 10.21 SheUlon Jet., 7.10 11.25 3.W 9. lit 4.32 10.34 Sheldon, 7.15 11.20 2.M 9.34 3.05 11.15 Fairfield, 7.02 11. 0 2.23 9.47 5.25 11.37 E. Fairfield, 6.50 10.55 1.57 10.04 5.52 12.05 Fletcher. 6.85 10.40 1.18 10.28 S.25 12.41 Cambridge Jet., 6.22 10.27 12.50 10.47 7.01 1.30 .Johnson, 6.00 9.5fl!2.00 11.07 7.35 2.10 1IYHK tAKnT, 5.47 9.47111.18 11.2 7.54 2.40 MORRIS VI LLE 5.40 184.108.40.206 12.0) 8.15 3.30 Wolcott, 5.0!) 9.20 9.55 12. 2 S.32 4.15 Hardwick, 4.51 9.(W 9.10 11. 4i 8.42 4.42 E. Hardwick, 4.41 P. Mi 8.28 12.5". 8.51 5.20 Greensboro, 4.32 8.45 8.10 I. 25 9.12 6.15 Walden. 4.12 8.21 7.12 1.4.' 9.24 6.50 V. Danville, 3.59 7.5S! 6.40 1.51 9.34 7.07 nanville, 3.50 7.4.V 6.25 2.3) 10. ft) 8.05 St. .Tohnsluirv. 3.20 7.001 5.30 HYDE PARK TRAIX Mixed Leaves Hvdo Park at 4.25 a. m.; Morrisville, 4.37; Wolcott, 5.07; Hardwick, A.33; arrivinp at St. Johnshiiry at 8.40. Ueturuina', leaves St. Johnsluirv at 5.00; Hard wick, 7.37; Wolcott, 8.14; Morrisville, 8.44; arriving at Hyde Park at S.55 p. m. Burlinpton&LamoilleR.R. soutn jt v est I North Jtt.a North & East Head down. j--...-. - - j Read up. 3 a s, a A. M. . M. P. M. 10 2 e i; -J 3 i 10 28 6 l'J 3 45 10 35 6 27 20 10 51 ii 45 42 11 U S 54 7 07 U IS 7 01 7 2i U 25 7 14 8 05 11 35 7 25 8 3') 11 50 7 40 8 45 12 0J 7 50 A. M. M. P. M. STATIONS. 3 a S ? x A.M. P. M. r. M. 10 15 6 10 5 11) 10 12 6 ot a io 10 04 6 02 4 50 9 45 6 45 4 15 9 36 5 30 3 55 9 25 5 27 3 35 9 15 5 18 3 15 9 05 5 10 3 00 8 53 4 5 2 15 8 45 4 50 2 00 . M. P. M P. M. Cambridge Jot. Jefferson ville. Cambridge. No. Underhill. Underbill. Jericho. Essex Center. Essex Jet. Winooski. Burlington. BUSIXESS CAEDS. F. A. PETTY, PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON, Oilice and residence in bouse next to hotel. 202 Hyde Park, Vt. E. E. FOSTER, HfASffACIUEEK and Dealerin all Kinds AJL of Marble & Grauitc. Work Guaranteed Its Good, and prices as Low as any in Vermont High street. Morrisville, Vt. FRANK P. ROBINSON, PHOTOGRAPHER, Portland Strpni- 164 J 1 Morrisville, Vt. R. C. CILBERT, DENTIST. Office open first len days in Janu ary. CAMBRIDGE, I. AUSTIN BELKNAP fc SON. EALERS in Butter, Cheese, Beans and Pro- visions. o. 5o Chatham St.. Boston. Austin Belknap. K. W. Belknap. W. M. SMITH TpyTJACER IN Italian and American Marble, all kinds of Granite; Monuments, Head Atones, Tablets, Ac. Cemetery work neatly exe cuted, orders jromptly tilled. Cambridge, Vt. WOO DM AH, TRUE fc CO., XIT-HOLESALE DEALERS IN DRY GOODS t f Woolens, Fancy Goods and Carpets. Cor. Middle & Pearl Sts. Portland, Me. Major Alden, Traveling Salesman. V. W. JEWETT, TEALEB Sleighs of all kinds, Traverse one or two horses, heavr Lum JL-J Sleds fox one or two horses. ber Sleds, etc. Iron work and repairing done to order; also Horse Shoeing. Give him a call. Morrisville, Vt. Dr. J. A. ROBINSON, ENTAL SURGEON, Office Portland st, Morrisville, vt. Open Sundays, from 12 to 1, for Extracting, a- Work in all branches Warranted. 8u6 WILDER & CUTTING. HEAVT AND LIGHT WAGONS always on hand, &r rnade to order. .All kinds of repairing done on short notice. Morrisville, Vt. 5 C. W DOTY. iHACTICAT, I'NDF.RTAKER. Finest Good! the market affords. ice uox ami euiuunner Morrisville, Vt. MORRISVILLE HOUSE, MORRISVILLE, VT. Ju- B- BOYNTON, Proprietor. Good Livery connected with Honse. T. C. MORRILL. Cash paid for Calf Skins, id8. Eggs and Poultry, at H.H.Elmore's. MOBRI8VILLK. Vt. Business Notices. Notices inserted in this column at the rate of 10 cents per line no notice inserted for less than 1.00. Five cents yer line each subsequent in sertion. A. A. Jsiles, Executor of Salmon Kiles' estate, has for sale a few tons of good bay. All who feel that I am " sponging " my living out of them may leave their bills with William Calkins and I will pay them. Thomas J. Whitcomb. Hyde Park, Feb. 5th, 1887. Having sold out my meat business, Z request all persons having unsettled ; bills with me to pay them at once. D. W. Rodgers, Morrisville, Vt. E. E. Foster has been in Rutland the past week and bought a very nice lot of marble. Any one wanting monuments or head stones can make a close trade with him now, before the spring trade begins. His work is Grst class in every particular, as every one knows who has visited his shop. Go and see Portland St., Morrisville. I have purchased of R. Foster his stock and business and will continue tn keen at his old stand a full line of lead, zinc, oils, varnishes, mixed paints, and painters' supplies of a standard quality, which I will sell as low as a living profit will a'low. Also sash, doors, blinds, glass, and blazed windows. I will do home painting and paper-hanging the com ing reason either by job or day. ! Hoping to receive your patronage, I remain, respectfully, J. H. Burniiam, Johnson. Jerseys Wanted. I want to buy, before the first of next April, forty head of Jersey heifer calves and year lings. Also twenty head of fine Jer sey cows from four to seven years old, to be fresh in the spring or fore part pf the summer. These must be all good Jersey color, in good flesh and 11 right every way. Po not care whether they are registered or not. Parties having such stock to sell will do well to write me at Elmore, Vt., giving a description of the stock, but dout write unless stock is good. E. B. Hill. Horses for Sale. I have for sale at Barre, Vt., 25 head of fine work and driving horses, well broken, from 4 to 7 years old, averaging in weight from 950 to H50 pounds and some of them are well matched. They have been fed but little grain ; ran wild on the Oregon hills up to the time they were broken. Also some fine riding ponies. A better developed or sound er lot of horses in wind or limb can pot be found. You can save from $25 to $50 by buying from this lot. Apply to John Trow, Barre, Vt. F1 J E. B. Hill. We mention facts briefly. We have carefully selected groceries, cheap as the cheapest, and of the best quality ; stationery of all grades ; a handsome line of hamburgs at C, 8, 10, 12 and 15 cents ; an attractive line of towels from 7 to 50 cents. Cambrics, sehc ias, buttons, braids, etc. A full line f riress ffoods samples. We are fur- rinQQ or wis in this way, at IllSUillg & - Boston prices, with much success. Ladies' misses' and children's hosiery, eloves and underwear. J. C. & W. II. ROBKSOH. LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. RELIGIOUS SERVICES Sunday, February 13. CniversalistChurch. Rev. F. E. Ilcalev. Pas tor. Services commence at 10.45 a ConsresationalChurch. Kev. W m. A. Bushee Pastor. Servicesconmience at 10.45 a m. M.E. Church. Rev. W. H. Hyde, Pastor. Ser vices commence at 1 p. m. D. K. Ilickok is in town. Mrs. H. H. Powers is visiting at Judge Veasey's in Rutland. John Patterson and wife, of Barre, visited in town last week. Matthews and Utton brought back four fine horses from their trip last week. E. M. Brown received a fall on Tuesday of last week, resulting in a broken arm. One of William Cheney's black horses broke one ankle one day last week while in the barn. V. W. Rand, now in the mercantile business at Lower Waterford, was in town over Sunday. Regular meeting of J. M. Warner Post on Friday evening, Feb 11. A fall attendance is desired. Rev. L. P. Tucker, of Johnson, will preach here and at Elmore for Rev. W. II. Hyde next Sunday. Dr. S. L. Wiswell, of Cabot, was in town Tuesday, in consultation with Dr. llolbrook. D. C. Hardy, who has been laid up with inflammatory rheumatism for the past two months, is out again. Look for Bovnton's new advetise- ment hi another column. "Bing." is bound to sell his goods at some price. Hon. Frank Plumley, of Northfield, has been secured by J. M. Warner Post to deliver the address here Dec oration Day. Miss Cora, daughter of Dana Chaf fee, of this place, died Saturday night, after a long and lingering illness, from consumption. The winter term of the P. A. & M G. S. closes on Tuesday next. There will be public exhibition Tuesday eve ning, to which all are invited. The Congregational ladies circle and young people's sociable wlli meet with Mrs. W. S. Cheney on inday after noon and evening of this week. A fine two-vears-old colt belonging to Charles Ilerrick fell while being led from the barn Monday, striking its knee, and has not been able to stand since. The board of auditors of the town of Morristown will meet at the Town Clerk's office this (Wednesday) after noon and thereafter until the accounts are audited. Enos Hill has rented his farm on Laport and intends going West about the first of March to meet his broth er George, who i3 at present on the road for a wholesale Chicago firm. A masquerade party is to come off at the Town Hall on Thursdaj even ing, fea. 24. iNotice is given thus early that ample time may given for preparation. Cards and fuller partic ulars next week. William Cheney came near being on board the ill-fated Montreal ex press that went through the bridge at Hartford Saturday, He had intend ed to take that train but changed his mind and came the other way. Miss Lillian Downer died, after a long illness, on Friday last. The fu neral services were held at the resi dence of II. A. Slajton on Sunday afternoon, Rer. W. A. Bushec offici ating. Attention is called to the insurance advertisement of H. (J. Fisk, which appears this week. He has recently been appointed agent of the old reli able Insurance Co., of North Ameri ca, and is prepared to write policies. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness to us through the sickness and death pf our husband and father ; also to the singers who kindly aided us on the day of burial. Mrs. Addie A. Bedell. Fred C. Bedell. The entertainment announced for Thursday evening, the 10th inst., by the G. A. R. Post, is indefinitely post poned, owing to injuries received in the railroad accident by the lecturer, Mr. Tewksbury. The Post will soon announce an entertainment, to take place in the near future. HYDE PARK. The rinktiuB has vanished, The skatuin lias fled, The rolluiii is banished. The wheelum is dead. Toboc's now the daisy That now rules the day; Let's toboK till we'recrazy ; lii-tu-ral-li-la Hattie Eaton had a birthday party last Saturday evening, which was highly enjoyed by her young friends. The topic at the church last Sunday evening was on "the uncertainty of life." The pastor very feelingly al luded to the recent railroad disaster. To build up a town be liberal with your means, leave politics out of busi ness, patronize home institutions, en courage new enterprises, and take your home paper. Austin Belknap, proprietor of the Creamery, is in town superintending the filling of the ice house and look ing after matters in general pertain ing to the Creamery. Mrs. Nancy Sackett died ""at ' the home of her son-in-law, Richard Moiles of Cady's Falls, last Sunday. The funeral was held Tuesday, Rev. Mr. Ward, officiating. , Word received from A. L. Nojes and wife announce their safe arrival at Arizona. Although at times the asthma has caused Mr. Noyes consid able trouble, he has stood the journey as well as could be expected. Returns of births and deaths in this town are in from all districts except one. In 1886 there were 34 births, 18 of which were males, and 31 deaths, of which 17 were males. There was one more birth and fifteen mote deaths in '86 than '85. L. E. Harrington, David Randall and Waldo Brigham are the Town Auditors. Perhaps it will be well to add that at the last town meeting the Selectmen and Auditors were in structed to give a detailed statement of the accounts of the respective of fices in the next annual report. Joe Leach, Brown's right-hand man, is paying considerable attention to '.'Job's comforters," being afflicted with half-a-dozen (more or less) boils. He could stand that, however, if he could be assured that he would not have an attack of the mumps. He isn't the only young man that has an aver sion to this malady. Mrs. Eli Jewett died Tuesday night of last week. She had been a patient sufferer for a long time, and found re lief only when death called her. Mrs. Jewett was an energetic, Industrious woman, and one who had numerous friends. She leaves, besides her hus band, two sons and a daughter. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon, Rev. F. E. Healey officiating. Tobogganing is very popular in this place just now, and the fine moon light nights have been taken advan tage of by those who delight in this exhilarating sport. I here 13 no need of an artificial slide in this village. We have a natural one that is far bet ter than those set up on stilts, and so long as neighbor Keeler will let his hillside be used for the purpose proba bly none will be built. We tried it, the other night and its "more fun than the Inguns." If jtou doubt it just try it and you'll be convinced we're right. Little Thaddie Waite, the j-oungest child of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Waite died Monday morning of canker-rash after an illness of but one week. The death was very sudden, no serious symptoms developing until Sunday evening. "Taddie" was a bright, cunning little fellow and a great favor ite with all the children. The afflicted parents have the sympathy of all in their bereavement. The funeral took place from the house Wednesday, the services being conducted by Rev. Mr. liealey, assisted by Rev. E. J. Ward The burial was at Morrisville. jtencil brif.fs. li. K. hnerwin is spending the week in Montpelier and Burlington. T. II. Porter and wife are "taking in" the Montreal Carni val. Work on the culvert under the trestle is progressing as well as could be expected, considering the weather Carrie La Page is in Montreal. Last Wednesday was Candlemas Day, popularly supposed to be the middle of the winter as near as can be ascer tained bv the thermometer and alma nac. The winter term at the academy closes next luesday. " Herbie Smalley has the canker-rash. Socia ble at the v estry to-night. Spiritual ist oyster supper and dance Friday nigui. lurs. Lyman f. &nerwin is visiting relatives in Massachusetts. Stella Waterman is at home from Bur lington. Lyman F. Sherwin who has been suffering from asthma and fever is improving. Energy does more lor success than education ; at lea that is what the lvceum decides. Moses Goodhue and wife are visiting relatives in Berkshire. A number from this place will attend the Carni val at Burlington next week. Steer clear of every semblance of quack Patronize home talent in medicine as in all other kinds of business. A lady who has tried it says : If you want to keep your windows from being enamelled with frost, rub them once or twice a week with a rag dipped in glycerine. Another preventive is to rub them with alcohol. But two more evenings ot singing-school. Cards (11x28) reading 'Press-Making and Plain Sewing," for sale at the printing-office ; price, 25cts. Deputy Sher iff Lanpher takes great pleasure in ex ercising his "trotters" ; he thinks he has got some "hoss." Alec Slicer has been confined to the house for several days with a severe cold, bor dering on pneumonia. The mail train was some six hours late Tuesday night, owing to a snow blockade in the mountains. L. E. Harrington and Fred Keeler are attending the Montreal Carnival. JOHNSON. Miss Julia Buck, in company with Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Stevens, of St. Albans. is attending the carnival at Montreal. Mrs. Horace Wood is spending a lew days at her home Frank Ilapgood's. Miss Hattie McFarland returns to her school at Oswego, N. Y., this week. Mrs. Louise Leland is visiting friends at fetanstead, l1. O. Chief Inspector Boynton was at home over Sunday. Willis Marshall, of Morrisville, will occupy the pulpit of the Methodist church next Sunday. Elder Kellogg, Seventh Day Adven- tist. will commence a series of meetings in the Adyeptist church at No. Hyde Park, soouV The public are inyited. There will be a missionary concert at the Methodist church next Sunday given by the choir and young people of the church, commencing at 6.30 p. m. It will be followed at 7.15 by a sermon by the pastor on Missionary work. It Is the first of three concerts, the others to be giyen pn the two succeeding Sundays, under the auspices ol the church and Sunday school. The last quarterly meeting for the con ference year will be held at the Methodist church Feb. 20. There will be a love- feast at 9.30 o'clock and a sermon at 10.45 by Presiding Elder Culver, fol lowed by administration of the sacra ment. The quarterly conference will be held Saturday, Feb. 19. There will be a sermon at 1 o'clock by Presiding Elder Culver, followed by quarterly confer ence, with prayer meeting in the evening at 7 o'clock. Major II. C. Dane will deliver hi lect ure ihe lircat .Naval Battles of the Rebellion" at Normal Hall, Saturday eve, Feb. 12. This is the last lecture of the course. The name of Major Dane. with the high esteem in which he is held by the American public, is a sufficient guarantee for a full bouse. Always a popular speaker, he now stands in the front rank, with fw rivals and no supe riors. Tickets for the lecture may be ob tained of E. P. Carpenter at 25 cents. The ladies of the W. C. T. U.. will hold a Temperance Sociable at the Bap tist vestry, Friday p. m., Feb. 11. So cial fathering ij,t l, tea served at 5. All are invited. CAMBRIDGE. The loan exhibition will take place on Friday evening. Clark Livingston has returned from Florida. Elder Culver concluded the series of meetings Thursday evening, and Friday morning was on the way to his home in St. Albans. Carroll Reynolds, who has been em ployed for some time in this vicinity, has been called to Westford on account of the illness of his father. Miss Lucy Royce has finished teaching the winter school at "Hampshire Corn ers" and is in town attending the village school. Rev. Mr. Bushnell had a narrow escape from a collision with a special train bound east recently. When the train was first seen the horse was within li rods of the crossing near Charles Ho bart's. No signal had been given by the engineer. Last Sunday, was Septuagesima Sun day; the third Sunday before the first Sunday in Lent. So called because it was about 70 days before Easter. Last Tuesday was the time designated for a partial eclipse of the moon, which was "full." Last Friday L, J. Leach attended the funeral of his aged mother at Hyde Park. Rev. Edwin E. Wheelock left for Bos ton last week to visit his daughter, Miss Lucy. Mr. Wheelock expects to meet there Rev. A. A. Smith, ot Johnson, and Prof. Cushing, when it will be decided whether the party' will go to Florida or California. Reuben Brush arrived here Friday Morning from Boston, having taken the Thursday evening train instead of Friday evening, thus escaping the wreck near White Itiver Junction, Miss Tobey, of Malonc, N. Y., is the gue9t of her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Morgan She came through Saturday, passing the scene of the railroad disaster while ef forts were being made to rescue the in jured and extricate the dead. With the exception of service next Sun day, it Is expected that there will be no preaching at the Congregational cnurcn for an indefinite period. Members of the church and congregation have been i i- vited to attend service at the Methodist church. The renort. extensively circulated, that Elder Culver and Rev. A. W. Ford, of Georgia, are to conduct a series of revi val meetings at Grand Isle, lasting three weeks, is probablv a mistake. It is true, however, that he expects to attend the quarterly meeting there abouf, the 5th of March. JEFFERSON VI LLE. Hattie Wilcox closed her winter term of school Friday. Hattie McClure has so far recovered from her sickness as to be able to be re moved to her home. The entertainment given on Tuesday evening was a decided success, each one sustaining their part to their credit. The singing was excellent, most of it being the music of ye ancient days. The song, "The Old Oaken Bucket," by two little girls dressed in old style, and the tab leaux, "The Reaper and the Flowers," and "The marriage of Tom Thumb" de serve prominent mention. R. R. Dodge and Willie Oslev are both at home on account of injuries received on me cars. Lonnie Chadwick spent the Sabbath at nome. The school .in district No. 19 closed Jan. 22. Whole number of scholars 9 those having no marks in the register were barah Perry, Mtic. Abbie. Orange Lawrence and Edgar Reynolds. Mary Perry was absent only one day. There has been only two instances of tardiness during the term. The scholars deserve especial credit for their close attention and perseverence in their studies; also for the kindness shown their teacher. On Friday evening an exhibition was given consisting of recitations, declamations dialogues, tableaux, etc., all doing well Many thanks to the friends who so kind ly assisted us. Alice S. Katelle, Teacher. Fred Smith is taking care of the sta tion at Cambridge and Mr. Howe at this place. Work has been resumed on the depot at the Junction. C. E. Allen, of the board of education, Bm lington, is expected to officiate in the Union church next Sunday, at half past ten. WATER VI LLE. Uiraui Ellsworth lost a valuable horse the past week from distemper. Mrs. Mary Wetherell, wife of Royal tr. iveacn, ana a former resident of this place died in Hyde Park Jan. 30 and was Drought here for interment. A young man claiming to come from Underhill stayed with J. D. Langdell Saturday night, but left Sunday morning before the family were up, taking a watch belonging to Mr. Langdell. He was overtaken in Belvidete by officer Tillot- son ana brought back to settle up. WOLCOTT. The evangelist, Mr. Worthen left for Essex Tuesday morning, on his way home. M. Conant is on the sick list. Thomas Fuller and wife, of Stowe, were recently guests at the home ot C N. Bailey. Joseph Bailev and his aunt, Mrs. Dr. Fairman, went to Grauby last week. The village school closed with a pub lic exhibition last Friday. Mr. Sillowav has given very general satisfaction. Commander M. D. Scott has received a letter from Brigadier General Wm. L. Greenleaf, saying that he will deliver the Uecoration Day address at this place. Albert Tinker was arrested Saturday for drunkenness, and at a jury trial the jury did not agree. Powers for respond ent auu Wilson tor State, Several of the neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Phillips made them a visit on Thursday evening last, it being the occasion of Mrs. Phillips' birth-day. R. F. Parker is slowly improving. Mrs. M. J. Leach returned from her visit to Massachusetts on Friday. Sociable at W. M. Parker's on Satur day evening next. The auditors for the town of Wolcott will meet at R. F. Parker's office Feb. 15, at 9 a. m. NORTH WOLCOTT. There were nine deaths and four births in school district No 9 the past year. Mr. Worthen gave a temperance lec ture at the school-house last Wednesday evening. He is a good speaker and has the appearance of being a temperance man who has no confidence in either par ty Democrats or Republicans for the cause of temperance. We should say that he is of the St. John school. The last quarterly meeting for the Vear will be held at the school-house in this place on Saturday, Feb. 23. It is hoped that all the stewards will be present. Curtis Hix has received notice that a pension of $4 per month, with between five aud six "hundred dollars back pay, has been granted him. HARDWICK. Rhetorical exercises at the academy this (Thursday) evening. Mr. Kelso is not recovering as rapidly as his friends could wish. Will Norris, at work for Wheeler & Sbipman got his hand badly jammed while loading logs. Wm. C. Norris. of Mackville. has rent ed his farm to-Eddie McCrillis for a year. William Sweet is quite sick, and his daughters, Mrs. Clark, of Cady's Falls, and Mrs. bhipman, ol Randolph, were summoned. C. II. Shipman and family are visiting JU tOW'lr Mrs. C. E. McCrillis Is boarding at the Centennial. The Selectmen are busy makiug up the town report for the printer. There is a prospect of a large spring school at the academy. Prof. Taylor is proving a popular teacher. EAST HARDWIQK. Mrs. Morse, who lived in the Porter house, was burled Thursday. William Swett is very 111. Louis Lamorie has moved into the Rus sell house. Miss Delano is in very poor health. G. G. Nelson and sister have returned from a visit to Cabot and St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. J. Foss have been UJ, Mr, and Mrs. Gorham, of Coventry, were weather bound in town several days of the late thaw. Among the books recently purchased for the circulating library is "Raniona," by Helen Hunt Jackson, now so popular. J he scene is laid in Southern California. "H. H." Is as much interested in the In dians as Mrs. Stowe is hi the Negroes, and this book bids fair to be as exten sively read. II. A. Babbitt, of the firm of Hunt and Babbitt, has been having something of the erysipelas nature iii one foot. Mrs. D. W. Jenness gains but slowly from rheumatic fever. Mrs. Sydney Fraser is improving. EDEN. Thursday evening the barn on the place owned by J. C. Campbell and occu pied by John Whipple, was burned. No insurance. Origin ot nre unknown. Rev. T. Crudglnton preachf-d at the Comers Sunday afternoon. Several from this place are to attend the county union of Good Templars at Jeffersonville. Patrick OTIara cut a bad gash f n one foot last Monday. The following officers were installed at the last regular communication of Eden Lodge, No. 99, I. O. of G. T. : Frank Warren, C. T. ; Lillian Harrington, V. T.; Lona Mower, Sec; Geo. Newton, F. S. ; Gussie Bassett, Treas. ; Willie Atwell, Marshall ; James Blake, Chap.; Alson Miller, Sentinel ; Sarah Scribner, Guardt Mrs. Cora Mower, R. II. S. ; Mrs. Nell Harrington, L. H. S. ; Katie Blake, D. M. ; Mrs. Shattuck, Asst. See.; F. H. Raymore, 1. C. T. 7T? ELMORE. Willie Merriani is visiting in York State. Willis Marshall occupied the pulpit last Sunday. Rev. Mr. Tucker, ot John, son, is to preach here next Sunday. NORTH HYDE PARK. Orlo Wcscum Is improving, I.ois Blake is very low. Mrs. Harrison Massure who Is In Burlington, linutr Illcuicai LiiiLiiitriit i icpmieu uupioviiig K1 (Iregory, who has held very interesting evening meetings the past week returned to las home In wnileiiem, jn. li., jnoimay. The Hoop business hi the village conducted by two linns turn oil some 250,0W annually with an increasing demand. Mrs. II. N. I.each from Waterville is the guest ol l'ost Master li, W. Smith. There will be preaching at the usual hour next Sunday by Willis Marshall of Morrisville. STOWE. Many items unavoidedly left over. The village school closes on Friday of this week, the lyceum oeing neiu on Thursday evening. Charles Litch, who has for the past few months been night clerk at the Ber wick House, Rutland, is at home on the sick list. Willie Bennett was unable to hold his lmmitio' school here on Tuesday evening of last week on account of the lateness of the train into Morrisville. At the fire meeting on Wednesday eve ning of last week, W. II. H. Moulton, M. D. Owen and Charles D. Hopkins were elected a committee, and Owen TTonkins and Moulton were also elected enoineers. Another meeting is called for Thursday evening of this week. As a result of injuries received in the late railroad accident by Mr. H. W, Tewksbury, he cannot be here on Friday night to lecture to ths G. A. R. Post, as has been previously announced. The camp-fire will be postponed until some future time. The orize speaking contest in whiel several of our students are enlisted will be held at the Town Hall on Monday evening next Feb. 14. Competent and disinterested judges will be present to award prizes, and vocal and instrumental music will be an enlivening feature of the occasion. A door fee of 10 cents will be asked, the proceeds of which above ex penses will be distributed among the nrize winners, it the purposes ot the en tertainuient are fully carried out, it will prove an occasion well worthy of a full house. Mr. A. C Brown of Montpelier was in town on Tuesday. He has purchased of the Western Uuion lelegraph Co. the branch line from here to Waterbury and turned it into a telephone. We no longer as told, have telegraphic communication with the outside world, but must In fu ture convey our messages, at least to Waterbury by language. The WatWNr-Centre Dramatic Club will appear at the Vestry of the Unity Church on Friday night ot this week and render "Hearts of Oak" also a farce. This Club is composed of patrons of the Seminary, under the instruction of Prof. Chapman, elocutionist of the school, the Prot. taking an active part. WATERBURY CENTRE. While Gerry Eggleston was on the high beams in his barn Tuesday, for the purpose ol throwing down hay, one end of a slab which was Improperly secured gave way, precipitating him upon a stake of the lumber wagon, which penetrated the leit leg on the insiue, near the body. producing a bad looking wound and giv- ng his system a severe shock. Rev. Mr. Fuller and wife, of Huutiug- ton, were in town the past week. The Montpelier district preachers' meeting will be held in the Methodist church the lOtii, 17th and ISth. The drama to be given by the teachers and scholars of the seminary is to be on 1 hursday evening the 10th, and not the 18th as announced. C. F. Davis was at home last week on a vacation. Mr. Kendall moves from the Barnes farm to the Chauncey Lyons farm on the hill, CRAFTS BURY- C. C. Conant, Jr., and wife are in town visiting their parents and friends. Mrs. F. J. Chase, who has been in fail ing health nearly all winter, is slowly recovering. Viola Allen and Hattie Simonds will attend school at Johnson this spring, J. C. Allen has bought the Swett resi dence at the Lower Village. It is one of the finest houses in town. The winter term of school in the Cass district closed with an exhibition the 2Sth One John Sawyer, after imbibing too freely in "tanglefoot," attended the Allen auction, where he made things lively for short time, theriir Patterson took him In charge, and after meditating for a while he repented and was set at lib erty. Countv Court set the first day of the month. The petit jurors from this town were O. C. Whitcher and J. C. Rogers. J. W. Allen is the owner of two as fine young AngllSaxou colts as cap be found in tlie couutyv Thomas Galaghier has bought and taken to market the past year over two thousand head of cattle, mostly pur chased in the south part of this county. Jesse Byron and wife have changed boarding places. They now board with Charles Clark, father of Mrs. Byronr Oilman Hodgdon soon moves to the Cornell farm, near Eden line. Warren Seaver and Clara Eenfew were married the 20th of January and will oc cupy the old home larm. Success to them. Nathan Collins, aged 94 years, 6 mos. and S days, died Jan 23 and was buried the 25th. G. Cornell has hired a farm in Iras- burgh for one year, and will soon move his family there. Charles sliver has moved to Nashua, N U. J. C. Allen has rented the Rand store for another year. NORTH CAMBRIDGE. The appearance of Mr, and Mrs. Z. . Chase for the first time in our midst. since their critical and dangerous sur gical experience in Montreal is noted with pleasure. A genuine surprise occurred Tuesday afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Curtis. Friends and acquaintances took possession of their house in tne absence ot the owners and held the fort " until a large assem bly gathered from this and adjoining towns. A pleasant evening was spent in social enjoyment, and during the time a bountiful supper was furnished bv the visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis in early life formed other alliances, but be ing Dronen ny aeatn tney joinea tneir interests a few years since and have lived quiet home lives in our commun ity. A. substantial donation was be stowed' upon them by their unexpected guests and was presented by 11. M. Blaisdell Esq., who made a few remarks among which he referred to the early marriage of Mr. Curtis 4t3 years since, when two other couple were married upon the same day and all have passed over the dark river except Mr. Curtis. Mr. Blaisdell referred to the lirst mar riage of Lyman Walker and Monroe Blaisdell. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis re sponded to the remarks in a feeling man ner. This is the nrst social event or the kind in this neighborhood during the year, and so "many sad and lamentable occurrences nave been the experience ot this community during the past few months, that the "vacant chair" in many a household is full of signifi cance. Sterling. We would rectify an error of last week in the item relative to the school in District No 19 as in the names of those scholars that were neither tardy nor absent tne name oi uaroid Billing was not mentioned, and as he is a prompt active little fellow we want him to have credit for his faithfullness in neither hav ing a mark of tardiness or absense. An enjoyable evening was passed by a select company from Sterling, at the house of Marshall flioore s last rnursuay. Uenry Pike and wife are contemplating a visit to their daughter in Surry, N. II., next week. George Tinker and family move on to the Sterges farm formerly occupied by Herbert ClarK, while Clark goes with his father-in-law Sullivan Spaulding to Wolcott. Wonderful team, an ox and horse that works in a sawing machine as evenly as any two horses. Such Is the team of Herbert Clark an ox well trained in the harness. We think we have an Item that will excel anything in the coun ty, ft is a piece of fancy work done by Anna Moore only eleven years of age, an apron of darned lace, all perfectly and beautifully done by this little girl. Young ladies of IS would do well to take an ex ample of the patience, perseverance and correctness of this little girl. Such in dustry deserves much credit. What are Suppositories A. G. Hose, lrom New London, Conn writes: Senu me two Doxes ot your Kemy's Pile Suppositories by mail. Our druggist is out. They are for a friend. I tried everything without help, but the Suppositories cured me." The treatment is new and within the reach of all, and would advise the afflicted to give them a trial. Jor pamphlets on Piles, address Box 265, LeKoy, N. Y. For sale m Morrisville by Geo. E. Woodward, at 50 cents a box. mar25yl County Temperance Convention A County Convention will be held at Aiomsviiie, Tuesday, .February vxd. at one o'clock p. m., for the purpose of putting m nomination a canuiaate tor County Commissioner. The convention will be made up of delegates as follows : Uelvidere, 1 ; Cambridge, 4 ; Eden, 3 ; Elmore, 2; Morristown, 5; Stowe, 5; Hyde Park, 4 ; Johnson, 4 ; Wolcott, 3 ; Waterville, 1. Town committees will see that a caucus is called in each town and delegates elected. Following is a list of the town committees : Eelvidere James Brown, 11. D. Whittemore, Jas. Fletcher. Cambridge W. II. Griswold, Alonzo Kinsley. John M. Safford. Eden Martin Shattuck, E. C. White, Horace waite. Elmore II. II. Churchill. A. C. Merriam, S. N. Olmstead. Hyde Park T. II. Porter, I. C. Vaughan, F. P. Hill. Morristown A. A. Niles, J. T. Jewett, R. S. Gallup, J. M. Campbell, George Currier. Stowe A. A. Warren, G. W. Jenney, A. B. Nutting. Waterville II. L. Beard, O. D. Rogers, C. A. Cutting. Wolcott F. N. Harris, C. N. Bailey, M. Conant. Per Order County Committee. T. II. Porter, W. II. Griswold, A. A. Warren. Probate Court-Lamollle District. The following business was trans acted at the Probate Office in Hyde ram, aunnr the week ending Feb oth, A. D. 1887. Jan. 31st. D. W. Putnam's estate Morristown : upon application of a cred- ilui, me vumimsiracor ciceu in to settle his account ; hearing set for Feb. 18, '87. Franklin Trow's estate. Wolcott: Art- LumisLiator returns inventory, i annle Crowell's estate, Hyde Park ; Will pre- oculcu lor urouate : nearincr set rnr kp i 1 1CUT " Feb. 1st. T. D. Powell's estate Cim. bridge ; settlement continued to March yen, iss7. Feb. i?d. Oel Purtia' cotafa fv bridge ; Appraisers return inventory. Abel Smalley 's estate, llydo Park ; Ad ministrator returns inventory. Abigail ouianey s estate, nyue 1'aiK ; Adminis trator returns inventory. Feb. 3d. Dan Cadv's estate. Stowe : seuueuieiii, continueu to eu. H4, 1SS7. Feb. 4th. Nancy Emerson's estate. liyde Park : Administrator settles his account. J. W. Turners estate. Cam bridge : Appraisers return inventory. Feb. 5th. Elsie Pixley, minor, Stowe ; I . 4. j : - - i .i i - ' ' uuuil aujuuyeu xmuuiaii necessary. IN INSOLVENCY. Jan. 31st. J. C. Trow, insolvent debt or, Wolcott ; 2d and 3d meetings of cred itors held ; claims proved and hearing uuiiLiiiueii io Apm 10, isa. Feb. 2d. L. A. Blaisdell. insolvent debtor, Cambridge ; 2d and 3d meetings ui uiuuuorsooniinueu io iiarcn lo, lS7, at 10 o'clock a. m. Written for the News and Citizen. "UNCLE SiNSOU." Secretaiy Whitney has been ac cused of being a dude. No dude ever had an idea. Whitney had an idea of getting notorious as a Roach exterminator, and he succeeded. The Mural Vermonter, which always goes armed with a double-barrelled dictionary, recently attacked the Free Press for an alleged assault upon En glish grammar. It isn't safe to go fooling around the English language unless one knows the Ropes. "Charlie is a Clipper," said a Bur lington girl, "but when he leaves me he always puts his arm around my waist and giyes me a Free Preas." Cambridge is fortunately situated. In case of a drouth the people can send up to Waterville for branch water. I met a Waterbury man the other day and he requested me to transact some business for him at Hyde Park. 1 have determined to be an old batchelor,"! said he, "and I'm afraid that if I go there again I shall be tempted to change my mind." I like to do a favor for a friend, but when he gave his reason for not wanting to go there, I refused. The Baltimore & Ohio railroad got up a catastrophe that totally eclipsed the Boston & Albany horror. There is nothing small about those western roads, except the salaries of the em ployes. Cleveland and his cabinet have been greatly afflicted. The President has rheumatism, Whitney has Roach- ism, and Garland has telephoneism ; but none of them have reformatism. I think of petitioning the next leg islature to change the name of Hyde Park to "Hide and Horns Park," and thus add another page to the history of Vermont. A New York physican advocates chewing gum as a cure for diphtheria. heard my mother advocate that rem edy twenty-five years ago. The doc tors will learn something if they are given enough time. A subscription has been opened in England to a fund for the erection of an Imperial Institute, which it is proposed to erect to commemorate the fiftieth ear of the reign of Queen Victoria. Phe plan is to erect a great buildinar in South Kensington, for the permanent exhibition of the products of the Brit ish Empire, these collections, it is be lieved, with their accompanying libra ries, and conrerences and intelligence rooms, will help to diituse a profitable knowledge of the commercial and in dustrial resources of the Empire. The project has the approval of the Queen. It is hoped that $2,o00,000 may be raised or tne purpose. - 'Ihe Knights of Labor Grand March, by J. Y. M., which has attained such au immense popularity in such an almost incredible short space of time, is already published as duet, adapted for piano as well as organ, and is according to our taste and fair judgment the most pleas ing ana imposing juarcn we nave ever seen. Solo 40 cts. : duet 50 cts. Sig. Fischer, publisher, Toleodo, O. A correspondent writes to tne Boston Transcript callinsr attention to the fact that in this country window shades are rrequently lett up alter the lamps are lit. "How very odd," he says, "this would seem to an Englishman ! The moment a lamp is lighted in an English man's house, in town or country, down goes the curtain. An American has seemingly none of that nice sense of domestic privacy that the Englishman owns. He cau sit in the bosom of his family, eat, drink, be merry, dandle his child upon his knee, poke his fire, read his paper, all uncurtained to the outside world." Robinson Crusoe's old home, the island of Juan Fernandez, is to be utilized for a vacation home for resi dents of Valparaison who wish to leave that place during the cholera season. The Homeliest Man in Morristown, As well as the liandsomest, and others, are invited to call on Geo. E. Woodward and get free a trial bottle ot Kemp's Bal sam for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to cure and relieve all Chronic and Acute Coushs. Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption, Price 50 cents and $1, mar25yl BO UN, BACH UM. In Hyde Fart, Feb. 8th, a son to Mr, and Mrs. Albert iluehuni. BU UN HAM, At Melville, Dakota, Jan. 14th, 1887, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Kdsou Buru- haiu. MARRIED. GOODWIN SIIKLIHIN. Ill Wolcott, Jan. ?!th, 1887, at the residence of C. J. Sheldon, bv Kev. S. C. Vail, liyrou (i. Goodwill of Randolph, and hum lary AUie rtiit'tiioii oi w uicou, BTONK-81IKUMAN. In Stowe, Jan. 23rd, 1887, by Kev. I'erry Marshall, Mr. Trumont Stone and Miss Mary Sherman, all of Stowe. 1IOWA ItD SLAYTON. In Wolcott, Feb. 1, 1887, by ltev. S. C. Vail of Wolcott, Samuel A. How ard of Morristown, and Lavina Slayton of Wol cott. DIED. SACKK TT.-At Cady's Kails, Feb, Ctli, 1887, Mrs Auncy hackett, agi'd (U years. WAITE. In Hyde Park, Feb. 7th, 1887, Thad II. K, youngest child of Smith 11. and Lottie vt aite, aged 3 years, 3 months and H5 days. BEDKLL. Feb. 2nd, 1887, of inflaniation of the bowels, Charles J. Bedell, of Morristown, aged 4U yearn, i moutlia, aud S day . HALE'S H0HEY U the best Couch Cure, 25, 50c, ft GLENN'S SULFlIca SOAP hc.Is and beautifies, 25c GERMAN COSK REMOVE R i;i:s Corns a Bunion,, 23c HILL'S HAIR & WHISKER DYE Clack & Crown, Mc PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DP.0FS cure in 1 Minuie, 23c. DEAH'S RHEUMATIC PILLS are a sure cure. EOc H. C. FISK, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, Xorrisville, Vt. Insurance Placedfin Mutual and Reliable Stock Companies. I have received the appointment as resident agent of the old and favorably known Insurance Company of No. America, and am now prepared to write policies in mai company. S" I intend to give this branch of my business special attention and hope to receive a share of mo puu-unare or tne jamonie county armer, .ut.iwiAiii.a, jxiuMiiiiiLurera, auu uuiers. Communications bv mail will receive nrnmm H. C. FISK. OYNTOR! ON DECK AGAIN. Monday, Feb. 14, '87, - AT THK D. A. GILBERT STORE, MORRISVILLE, VT. I shall open up a full line of CLOTHING from my different stocks to be closed at the fol lowing low prices, to make room for spring .fin wi suns, guou styles, at SlU.uti, former price $12.50; extra fine suits, best goods, $12.00 to $15.00, formsr prices 15.0C to $18.00. If you want a good suit cheap don't lose this chance, as I shall sell them in other towns if not nere, as i make it a point not to let irooils iret tuaij uu my uuuus. i sen tnetu 60 to 75 per cent of FIRST COST of the Goods, which enables me to sell goods low and give vou barcains that others can not. shall be pleased to see Wolcott and Elmore people at any umc tiyu giye nivin more bargains. All Dry Goods. Yankee Notions, Boots and Shoes. Scc, shall be closed out at once to make more room for Clothing. If you haven't the ready cash, will take Butter, ?gs. Poultry, Maple Suear. Hav. Oats. Wood and Potatoes, in exchange for goods. L. B. BOYNTON. Morrisville, Feb. 9th, 1887. FARMERS ATTENTION! If you would use the best COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER on the market, BUY WILLIAMS CLARK CO. Americus Phosphate, Americus Potato Manure, Americus Pure Bone Meal, These poods are warranted Pure and of the Highest Grade, and in chemical condition adapted to the crop, and in con dition at once available for its growth. Among those in Lamoille Co. who used the Americus Brands last year, to the exent of 40,000 lbs. not one but what prefers that to any other kind, and are all ready to give their orders for these goods for season of 1887. The Company hag uvranged to have these goods furnished to the peopht of Lamoille County by H. li. BRYANT, through orders taken by I. N. LeUaron, S. B. Doty and others. Soliciting Agents, who will call upon the farmers with samples of the goods anil show terms and condition of sale. These Solic iting Agents will also take orders for CLARK'S COVE GUANO. Which has been used with saUsfactory results for two years past in this vicinity. It is a notorious foot that Vermont farmers pay far too much mon ey for western grain. Why not put your money into Fertilizers and raise your own grain and in crease the fodder supply? Let each farmer in Lamoille County plant one acre extra of corn, or raise one extra acre of oats, and this increase ef fodder and grain for ths first year would keep 3,600 head of cows or other cattle. Thanking our patrons for their liberal orders last year, with a guarantee of lirst-clatis goods for the coming year, we are, KcspeutfuUy. WILLIAMS CLARK CO., Head Office, Cotton Exchange Building, STeir York Cly. SHINGLES! I have several thousand more Shingles that 1 will sell for Very LOW PRICES. I can buy logs from three to five dollars a thousand leet less than any other dealer in this County I think, because my mill is within a short distance of the timber lands of Belvi dere where Uie timber is cheap. I have a GooJ later Power tie Tear Rannfl and the cost of making is very small; this is the reason I can sell Shingles, so cheap. If You are in Want of Shingles, Please Write or Call on mo, and I think I can . suit you. Repoctfully, C. A. CUTTING. Waterville, Vt.. Jan. 20, 1&S7. FOR JSALE. FARM and VILLAGE RESIDENCE. Wishing to dispose of my property in STOWE, I offer for sale my dwelling and farm near Stowe Mill Village, consisting of 25 acres of land, on which there is a good sugar and apple orchard. The land is under a high state of cultivation. The buildings are all in good condition, and are supplied with running water. The house is heat ed with steam at no expense, to occupant. 1 have disposed ot my tannery ousiness in Ver mont and have decided to remove West. I de sire to dispose of this property promptly and will sell it low and on easy terms of payment. For further particulars, call on or address J. C.PORTER, Stowe, Vt. WEBSTER. With or without Patent Index. 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Don't forget our Motto, Quick Sales and Small Profits, at MELVIN'S, JEFFERSONVILLE, VT. mum Ready to sell you Mirrors, K-Ugs, Curtains and b lxtures, Room Papers, Beds and Mattresses, Cots, Live Geese Feathers, Paints, Oils, and Varnish, Carriage Colors, Glass and Putty, FURNITURE OF For Cash, or on the Installment Plan. "Will take contracts to paint buildings and C. W. DOTY, GEO. Z BOSTON MORRISVIXLE, VT. Wc beg leave to tender our thanks to our customers in Mnrrisvliln n.l virinitv for tha mor ons patronage bestowed upon us since we came among yon. We have endeavored in every instance to give those who have showered their favors upon us entire satisfaction, and feel our earnest endeavors to please in the short time we have been here, will result in nearly doubling our already immense business. Id regard to our sales for the last five months, it is sufficient to aay that we have left all com petitors tar behind, which goes to show where the best bargains may he obtained in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Fine Groceries, &c. In looking through the slock since the Holidays, find "quite a good many winter good, which we propose to close out to make room for our new Spring Stock, and have marked down to such low prices that every one in search of bargains will make a mistake if they let this opportunity pass without securing some of the " ' Many Bargains We Have to Offer. The reason why we have sold nearly one hundred Cloaks this season is because we thought it would be better for us and better for our customers, to sell a large number at a small profit than to sell a few at a big profit believe the result has been satisfactory to both. We have a few Cloaks left at Reduced Prices. We have marked down our Gaysville Underwear in all wool Scarlet, Bonie Venetian, and Camels Hair, from 10 to 25 per cent. The same reduction in Ladies' and Children' Underwear and Hosiery. New lot Century Cloths, the latest thing for print dresses just received. In Dry Goods We have made a Sweeping Reduction: 6-4 all wool Tricots only 88 cts. worth 1.00 6-4 all wool Dress Flannels, ")." " " .75 au wool nomespuns, only oo- " .75jCanada Gray Cashmere, woui ui. asumeres, " oo " .j.i All wool Black ' 80 " " 1.00 All wool U'fc uorderetts, " 60 All wool " " ko Arlington Suitings, 25 l.OOl -w, Damask Towels, Napkins, Crashes, Scotch and Germantown Yarns, all at reduced prices. Very choice St. Louis Flour (warranted) only (5.2t per barrel at Offers this Week one lot of nice Family Flour at Two cents per lb. & Warrants it to Give Satisfaction. One lot best Michigan 4.50 per bbl., one lot best St. Louis $5.00 per bbl., one lot half Winter and Spring Patents $5.25 per bbl. Every Barrel Warranted. A full stock of Granulated Corn Meal, Graham , Kve Meal, Brown Bread Flourand Buckwheat Flour from Hawes' new roller mill ; also a full stock of Hawes' best Flour at $5.25 per barrel. The goods which wc handle from the Hawes mill cannot be equalled. Try them. I wish to call the attention of all who inako sugar to my lino stock of All who bought from us last season know what they are. Do not buy until you have examined these tubs. Am offering i6-qt. Tin Sap Buckets soldered on both sides, good heavy buckets, made from best quality of tin plate at $24 per 100. They are a good bargain. Also No. 1 heart, old growth, fine Sap Buckets, 14-qt., 3 hoops, painted red outside and white inside, 2 coats, for $17 per 100; same bucket, 16-qt. with 3 hoops, $2Q per 100. Record Spouts $1.25 per 100; Willica galvanized metalic spouts 2.25. Call and look my stock over before making your purchases for the sugar season. We are still selling fine Middlings put up in nice sacks for $1.00 per ioo pounds, fancy white at 1.15. .L" . Three pounds nice Jap Respectfully, Cambridge, Vt. The Imjiovei CHAMFI01T ail 6 AND 7 PERCENT. LOANS. llnvn vou monev to invest? H. C. Fisk, ol Mm i isville. has some choice real estate s4suriticF guaranteed which he will be pleased to show vou. Call and see what they are. or write him for lnformMiun. le t80 baa a "ul luouey to loan. Uncolorod Jsd and Rlflr tq- i.,. , , . . These two last named Coffees are the llnest known to the trade t thi ii you as eood Teas for 30 to 50 cts. as rnn off domPM Wiid" i7i" . ' r .TV UtunOt ! I alio of Your Attention.; 15 cent worth of any cents: package for lease try Providence River from . A. 7 Carpets, Oil-Cloths, Mattings, ALL KINDS ! warrant stock and work. Morrisville- Vt. CURRIER, CASH STORE. Zanita Suitinirs. only 33 cts, worth 45 ' 15 " J5 to es 35 " " 45 Tycoon lteps, Check Shirting Flannels, jersey i lanneis, Half blend. Linen Damask. 00 " 75 S5 ' - 60 Heavy Canton Flannel, 10 M " 1$ - n. ii. norse Blankets (one strap; only M CURRIER'S, Morrisville, Vt. 11 Tea SI.OO. Try it. 9EFXAHCE ETAF0SAT0S, Manufactured by the Champion Evaporator Co. Richford, Vt., Are the best in use and stand without an equal in Ihe laud for Rapid Evaporation, Saving of Fuel ane Timer any Superior Workmanship. if Send for Circular. GOLD! are ftrrr, Init tho vhn wt)U t nonAl'ii , foe Hand. M Mine, will rrcrira full information about ti k whitfc cau do, and Iim hnme.ihHt will Mr hem from $A to pr day. Nome hmvm eftrnrrf ovrr $.in a da Either mi. Tour. or old. Capital nol required. You arc tarter! fre. Thou who Mart al ooe u abaoiouJjf Mr of uuf Uuto fortunes. AU ta new.