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lie Lamoille PnMisMi Company, Editors and Proprietors. rublisTied Every Tliursday at MORRISVILLE AND HYDE PARK. JULY 12th 1888.. Republican Nominations. For President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI F. MORTON, OF NEW YORK. For Governor, WILLIAM P. DILLINGHAM, of Waterbury. For Lieutenant-Governor, URBAN A. WOODBURY, of Burlington. For Treasurer, WILLIAM II. DcBOIS, of West Randolph. For Secretary of State, CHARLES W. FORTER, of Montpelier. For Auditor, E. HENRY FOWELL, of Kichford. For Member of Congress, (First District) JOHN W. STEWART, of Middlebury. For Presidential Elector, D. J. SAFFOED, of JIorrisTillc. Republican County Coa.7CB.tioa. A Republican convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the several county offices, including County Commissioner, to be supported at the next ensuinjr election, will lie held at tlie town iiall in ilvde Parte, on ed KE9DAY, THE 2.JTH DAY OF JlLY A. D. 1888, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. The several towns in the county will lie entitled to lie rep resented in said convention by the following number ol delegates: Belvidere .1 Johnson 0 Cambridge 9 Morristowu 1 Eden 6 Stowe ! Elmore 0 Waterville ... 6 Hyde Park 0 Yoleott 9 Komul trip tickets on St. J. & L. C. R. R. to Hyde Park and return will be sold good only July 25th. at the following rates: Fletcher, on cents; I amuridge.Junction,o2cents; John son. 20 cents; Morrisville, 12 cents ; Wolcott 44 cents. Carroll S. Page.) Republican A. C. Slaytox, County C. D. Gates, J Committee. Hyde Park. July 3. 188. The First District Convention held at Rutland on Tuesday, July 3d, placed in nomination for Congress the present able incumbent, Hon. John W. Stewart, of Middlebury ; for Pres idential Elector, Maj. D. J. Safford, of Morrisville. The convention was Larmoniou3 and the work was com pleted in an Lour and a half. The name of Major Saflord when men tioned for the oliice of elector met with general approval, and the choice was certainly a mo3t proper and fit ting one. The following resolutions offered by Mr. Benedict and Mr. Nich olson were adopted. By Mr. Bene dict : Eesolved: That this convention endorses and adopts tha platform adopted by the Republican .sironm . nrrrnrinn az cninfff), and tne plal Irm atioptcil by the Keiulblirun SL-ittf CiinvPii tioii at AJoiiloelicr. anil tli.-ic it il-.iifea (fie cor- tlial nntl united nupport of the Hepublicana of we nr. msinrt 10 uie nominations una day By Mr. Nicholson : Besoired, That the Republicans as represent ed in this district convention, do most emphatic ally ratify all and singular the promises and principles promulgated, and give emphasis thereto, by the renomination of the able and hon orable present incumbent, John W. Stewart, to be his oi successor, as our representative in Congress, thereby meaning to say to him : "Well done good and faithful servant." Harrison's Race for Covernor. Benjamin Harrison's faithful sup port by his fellow partisans of Ike Iloosier State is doubtless largely due to the loyalty to his party, which he has always shown, even to the making of great personal sacrifices. The last time he stood before the people of In diana, asking for their direct sulTer ages, was twelve years ago, when he stepped inio the shoes of a retiring candidate, and led what was almost conceded to be a forlorn hope. It was in the great campaign of 187G, when Indiana was yet In the list of Octo ber States. "Blue Jeans" Williams had received the Democratic nomina tion for Governor. He was a typical Iloosier to the marrow. His strength appalled the opposition, but they be lieved they could find a man who could give him a worthy contest. From the court of Vienna they called Godlove S. Orth, who, renouncing the honors of the Austrian mission, posted home by water and rail, to lead the Kepub lican forces of his State. But in the first days of his canvass the Demo cratic press raked up the Venezuela claims scandal, his complicity in which Orth had never disproved in the manv congressional campaigns he had foucrht to a victorious finish. So heavily was the ignominy of the Yen ezuela affair heaped upon the ex-min ister, that he decided to withdraw, af ter the Slate managers had concluded that it was the wise course to be pur sued. The campaign was fairly well underway, with Tilden s barrel and other influences rolling in victorious progress down the valley of the Wa bash. Orth withdrew, and the ques tion was, in whom could a worthy suc cessor be found? Then the State cen tral committee called on Benjamin Harrison. He responded, lue cam- paisn w?.s a hot one, but the ides of October found Harrison a badly de feated man. As a recompense he was afterward sent to the United States Senate. Orth made another race for Congress in a district in which he had long been regarded as invinci ble. He was beaten and his death followed shortly. Anions: the men who recently went up from Indiana to onrose Harrison in the interest of Gresham was Ilarrv Orth, son of the man into whose place Harrison had stepped in 187C, in order that the old Congressman s withdrawal might De made as easy and graceful as was pos sible under ugly circumstances. A few days since we (in common parlance) "look in" Wallace & Go's show, and of it we can truly say that it is the peer of any on the road. Ihe street parade was simply immense, and the stock the finest we have ever seen, and once within the canvass we realized that we were to see all and more than they advertise. liieir actors are "stars." The proprietors are gentlemen in every way and their employees must be such. Large crowds greet them everywhere and it must be a satisfaction to the manage ment to know that they fully merit the success with which they are meet ing. Xeio Florence Pa.) Press. Nothing succeeds like success. When Charles Parkhurst was a strug gling and unsuccessful lawyer and insurance agent in Burlington, the University of Vermout didn't cotton to him to any great extent. Now he has become one of the leading clergy men of the Methodist denomination and editor of Zion's Herald, and the Universitv gives him the degree of D D . Republican. Eurchard is out for Cleveland, chances of Republican success stantly brighten. The con- The selection of William H. Bar num of Connecticut, for chairman of the Democratic National Committee, is significant. He is the author of the "Seven Mules" dispatch of the Tilden canvass. - Dr. Frank Cowan, until recently n prominent Democrat, witu Jolin Jar rett, addresse,! a lie-publican ratifica tion meeting at Greensbtii rlj. Frank S. Heath, who has been prominent as a Democrat and labor leader in Erie county, has declared for Harrison and Morton. Gen. Arthur L. Pear son, commander-in-chief of the Union veteran legion of the United States, who supported Cleveland in 1884, has turned to the Republican party. Charles F. McKenna, a leading G. A. R. man, and W. D. Moore, Pitts burgh's foremost criminal lawyer. both Democrats, are inclined to vote the Republican ticket this fall. All Over The State. The town of St. Albans, Vt., cele brated the one hundredth anniversary of the settlement of the town on the Fourth. The Republican convention for Cal edonia count' met at the town hall on Tuesday, July 3, and placed the fol lowing ticket in nomination : George Downer, of Brattleboro, was thrown from a mowing machine last week and received two severe cuts on the left forearm, one of which sev ered an artery. Geo. R. Iloyt of Westfield, filed a petition of bankruptcy in the Court of Insolvency, July 2nd 1888. Liabili ties 823,700, assets several thousand dollars worth of general merchandise. The twelve masons who held a chap ter meeting at Waterbury a week ago returned home being taken simultane ously ill. The cheese supplied at the lunch had been poisoned, but the men are all recovering. The executive committee of the State Republicans aud the Republican State league held a meetinp: at Bur lington last Thursday night and de cided to open the campaign with ! rally the 2Gth, when speakers of na tional reputation will be secured if possible. Pensions have been granted the followins Vermonter3 : Wm. A. Ma- comber, East Craftsbury ; Wm. II Emery, Eden Mills ; Morris F. Hunt, Barre ; Hiram II. Tilley, St. George ; S tillman Spaulding, Fairfax ; Jona than P.Davis, Rochester; Edwin A. Grow, Evansville ; Wm. P. Robbins, North Wolcott ; John Farnham, Mid dlesex ; daughter of Wm. II. Hildreth, Jay. The Orange county Republicans met in convention at Chelsea, Tues day, and nominated the following county ticket : Senators, S. F. Frary, M. f. Kins: assistant nidges, S. C Sargent, B. F. Adams ; state's attor ney, J. D. Denison ; high bailiff L. B Darling ; county commissioner, C. S Emery. In the afternoon the conven tion was addressed by Henry Ballard of Burlington. A former Green Mountain boy, Larkin G. Mead, of Florence, Italy, has designed the soldiers' and sailors' monument to be erected at Newport The figures will be heroic in size, on a base 15 feet in size. The model represents a sailor and a soldier oil picket duty, the former standing with his musket cocked, earnestly peering ahead, and the latter kneeling, with the musket to the shoulder. The Republicans of Caledonia county nut in nomination Tuesday of last week, the following county ticket : Senators, II. C. Bates, of St. Johnsbury and C. A. Bunker, of Peacham ; assistant judges. Cloud Harvey, of Barnet, and L. I. Gleason, of Lyndon ; sheriff, Lorenzo Silloway, of St. Johnsbury: judge of probate, W. P. Smith, of St. Johnsbury; high bailiff, J. R. Kinnerson, of Barnet. The readjustments of the postmas ters' salary in the State has been made. Following is the revised list : Barre, S1500 to $1700 ; Bellows Falls, $1900 to $2000; Bennington, $1700 to $2000; Bradford, $1500 to $1700; Burlington, $2800 to $2900; New-, port, $1500 to $1500; Northfield, $1100 to $1200; Poultney, $1400 to $1500; St. Albans, $2000 to $2200 ; Waterbury, S1200 to $1400; West Randolph, $1400 to $1500; White River Junction, $1200 to 1400. EAST HARDWICK. A. Giflin recently lost a horse. Miss Boll George is homo from Bos ton. I'. Knight is nutting in a steam mill near the depot. Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding. of Morrisville, have been visiting at W. If. Stewart's. Itcv. Dr. Hulburt's son from Palestine, preached at the Congregational church last Sunday. NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Miss Gena Chase, a graduate at John son and a former teacher in Cambridge, has arrived at her home, having completed a number of terms as teacher in National Citv. California. Miss Chase enjoyed an enviable reputation as teacher in this vicinity, and her salary abroad has been satisfactory evidence of the value ot Her services. Democratic Congressman Vance of Connecticut told a reporter in Wash ington that he had just got back from his State, where he declared the out look to be very discouraging. "The people," he said, "are for protection before anything else, and I hear good many Democrats talking in doubtful way about supporting the ticket. Albert Griffin, chairman of the anti- saloon Republican national committee, has issued an address to the country in which he summarizes the work o the national Republican convention on temperance matters and appeals to the voters to support the ticket nomi - J 1, 4.1 . " r . uaicu uy we convention. Me gives as reasons for his advise that the plat- lorm commits the party against the national whisky ring protection tax. that Harrison is a pronounced anti saloonist, and that a rinsing- temoer ance plank was, after all, added to the platform. The friendliness of the republican party to the temperance- cause is turtner argued in the state ment that in nearly every Republican State the legislatures have in the last two years antagonized the saloon ele ment. The statement diagrammed below by a correspondent of the Philadelphia j. res, is a serious propnecy : NeBraska, Orfcgon, Kansas, New Jersey, MassAhusetU, New if a M pshire, Illinois. llai N e, MicH?an, NebrAska, CalifoRnia, C'oloRado, Connecticut, Wisconsin, Vermont, Minnesota, IoyVa, West Virginia, Rhode Is Land, PcDnsjLvauia, New York, Oho, Indiana, 5 3 9 9 14 4 22 6 13 3 8 3 6 11 4 7 13 6 4 30 3 23 15 251 Such a war of races as Wilkesbarre, Penn., had a day or two ago, when a mob of drunken Hungarians at tacked an Irish miners' settlement at dead ot night and drove the unsuspect ing people from their homes, has come to be no uncommon occurrence in the mining regions. The Huns may not be always the aggressors, but they seem to be at fault fully four limes out of five. Cheap labor procured at the cost of bringing such untamed savages in upon us is the very dearest kind of labor we could have. It is time for Uncle Sam to pat up the bars agaiast it. In Memoriam. STUART MEAD BAKER. On tlio 4Ui ot July, in the very midst of a nation's jollity, a noble young life in our village went suddenly out and left behind a crushed and broken family cir cle, and a horror-stricken, sympathizing town. Strong men walked the streets and cried like children, while small boys forgot the usual sports and noise of the day and gathered in groups, only to speak under their breath of Stuart and his dreadful accident. Xot yet 10 years old, life all opening up before him full of rose colored promise, strong and active, he yet faced the terrible ordeal ot ampu tation like a hero, though, his father being absent, there was no one of his kith or kin to stand beside him. When, at the station, his loving sister and foster motner would nave crowded around him and overflowed with tenderest sympathy he generously sent them awav, unwiiUno- that they should witness his terrible sut- lering. nun surprising lortittide he en ddred the torture which blanched bis checks and lips to marble, and after the surgeon's knife had done its dread work and lie had been laid on the bed from winch he was never to rise, his quiet cheerfulness in extreme pain was a won der to those who anxiously watched by him. Eight years ago his djin mother put on liU finger a ring and heard him eagerly promise that nothing profane or vile, in speech or substance, including tobacco, should ever pass his lips 1 wore and still wears the ring. The prom ise was hid in his heart; he wound it about his finger; it was written upon his forehead. H as this easy? Was ho n cluse? Ife was passionately fond of sports, oi goou times, a leader nmm,r the boys and a favorite with the girls o? his set a large one. Adverse influenced existed, suiueienc, in the uulo-me-nr. of many, to Dtiry the early promise to his mother under the debris of shattered res olutions. How did lie succeed? Who helped him? Who stood byliim? iet ii3 see. lie was a constant, atten tive church goer, often at prayer meet ing, always at Sunday school and a pat tern scholar. Quietly, go quietly, he tried to bring his intimate friends with him. Ikying on the station floor the walls of the room disappeared aud lie saw the shores ot the river of dpath. Looking into the tearful lace of his loved employer, Sherwin, he said, "Enos, I am not afraid, I am not afraid to die." Was this sublime strength of his own creation? Was he alone? With his first consciousness after the second amputation lie asked the doctor what had been done. When told his feet were both gone he said cheerfully, "That is not very bad." Did this matchless cheerfulness spring lrom soil uu watered by the dews of grace divine? Was he alone, or did there stand beside him In his everlasting arras, the man of men. the Galilean? When, in a few hours after the acci dent, it became evident that he could not rally from the shock and that life was rapidly ebbing away from the noor maimed body, a saddened hush fell upon the street a solemn awe which nono who witnessed will ever forget. The elab orate display of flowers at the funeral was a fitting tribute to his memory, and an exponent ot the loving esteem in which fie was held by those who knew him best. To us all, and especially to the circle of young men, his mates, this sudden death conies as a warning. We know not who will be called next, nor how sudden the summons may be. J "Oh ! had it been yours to mark Whose lamp ol lile was dim, Out from yon rank of fresh. lipped men Would ye have singled uimr" No Third Party for Him. Mr. George A. Wattles, of Ben nington, lias declined the place on the Prohibition ticket for which he was nominated in the following letter, ad dressed to the secretary of the execu tive committee of the Prohibition parly : Bennington, Vt., June 27. 18SS Rev. Geo. L. Storu, Sec. : My Dear Sir. Yours of a late date in forming me of the unanimous action of the late Prohibition convention in plac ing my name on the board of Presiden tial electors is received. In reply, wdiile acknowledging the courtesy shown must decline the honor. My sympathies are with the principle ot prohibition, but not with its development as a political party. I am a Republican and believe that the true interests of temperance are best conserved (when administered po lkically) by the party to which I belong and to which 1 have given a life long ad adherence. All the prohibitory legisla tion we have had in Vermont lias been enacted by the Republican party, and do not feel willing to lend my influence in any way to take votes from it and give it the Democracy, winch does not profe to be in favor of temperance, as I should do it I were to accept the place now of fered by you. Therefore I beg to decline the nomination. Cordially yours, Geokge A. "Wattles Probate Court Lamoille District. The following business was trans acted at the Probate Office in Hyde Park, during the week ending July 7th, A. D. 1888 : July 2. Morrill Gilnian's estate, Stowe; Administrator returns inventory. July 3. T. A. Straw's estate, Stowe ; Administrators settle their account, and assignment made to widow. Priscilla G lines, insane, Morristown; A. 1). Thom as appointed Guardian. JilisabetliSmitli, insane, Johnson; Geo. W. South ap pointed Guardian. July 5. Ethel B. Dow, Guardianship, Johnson ; Guardian settles ms account. July C S. O. French's estate, Stowe ; Administrator settles his account. Pe ter Reynold's estate, Cambridge ; Com missioners make report. Parnell Mar shall's estate, Stowe; A. C. Raymond appointed Administrator de bonis non with the will annexed. N. A. Ray mond's estate, Stowe ; license granted Administrator to sell personal property. July 7. Chastina Wilson's estate, Johnson : Administrator returns inven tory. Jerusba Nichols, Guardianship, Nashua, N. II.; Guardian reports sale ot real estate. IN INSOLVENCY. July 5. L. A. Blaisdell, insolvent debtor, Cambridge ; 2ud and 3rd meeting ot Creditors continued to July ISSS. AND PRODUCE EXCHANGE. The Makers of a Well Known Churn write: 4 ' Vc have been' often asked by dairymen : ' What is the very best soap to use to properly cleanse dairy utensils ? ' We have invariably replied, the 'Ivory,' but as for giving specific directions for washing dairy utensils, it is really summed up in making them thoroughly cieaii'ii.'Tng water must be used, and that, in con nection, the woo utensils butter, ' with. Ivory -Soap, will a, leaving it clean and sweet for further use. half cleaned will spoil the delicate aroma of vvliich may be perfect in other respects." thoroughly cleanse and deodorize Any dairy 'gilt edge Inherited Diseases. Ko fact of naturo Is more pregnant with awful meaning: than the fact of tho Inheritance of disease. Modern science, which bas Illuminated so manv dark corners of Etiture.has shed anew light on the ominous words of tho scriptures, "Ihe sins of tha fathers, shall be visited upon tho children unto tho third and lourta generation." Fifty per cent, of cases cf consumption, iu:r nun utruiuia. lull in lunmies through inheritance. Insanity is horcd. Itary in a marked decree, but, fortu nately, nice many oilier Hereditary mseases, ienas io wear ltseil out, ttia stock becoming- extinct. A distin guished scientist truly says: "Noorpaa or texture or the body is exempt from the chance of being tho subject ol hereditary disease." Probably nioro chronic diseases, which permanently modify the structure and functions ot the body, are more or less liable to ba in herited, rhoimportautnnd far-reaching; practical deductions from such facts are obvious to reliectinfj minds, and tho best means for preventing or curing ioubo ui5eiiso3 is a suDjectoi intense in terest to all. Fortunately nature has provided a remedy, tvhich cxperienca nas aitesiea ns lnrauiDie, ana tho reme dy 13 ue woria-iamous bwnt's specific, a pure vegetable compound nature's Bntldota for all blood poisons. To tho smictcd it 13 a blessing; of inestimable value. An Interesting treatisa on '.Blood and Skin Diseases" will ba icauca ireo Dy addressing; Tub Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be ' just as good as the 'Ivory'; " they ARE NOT. but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of "the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright, 18S6, by Procter & Gamble. REE), 0 M.O ?"J lajla. .0 O Our store is not large enough to carry over goods from one season to another, therefore we are compelled to close out our .Spring and Summer Kjoods, that we ma- have room lor iew 1 all btoc;, which we propose I to make the largest and most attractive that has ever been shown iu this valley. It belongs to sood business to lose a little now and then it it is done just at the right time. Consequently we are All summer goods, until after our Annual Slock Taking, which comes the last of this month. We advertised last week the creat mark down in Snrinsr jacKets ami lieatieu wraps. No lady tuat lias any idea ol buying a garment can aitord to miss tins opportunity. PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS ! The demand for protection literature is very great from all sections of New England. The Home Market club will furnish such documents to all who ap ply. Officials of Republican commit tees and others should address Herbert Radclyffe, secretary, 56 Bedford street, Boston. Just purchased. first of the season. New lots at 33 per cent, less than same goods were sold the SUMMER DOWN DRESS GOODS, W Mr. STERLING. and Mrs. Georsre Heath camo from aiiMiem tveunesuay, the 4tli. to visit in the laimlles of Mr. Billings and Mr, Turner. 1 1 oi , " . . ii. n. siiiiiv nas a loui-vear-o il ran- that furnishes a family of two with milU- and cream. Mr. Shaw laments not living near Stowe creamery, where the samp quantity would give eleven or more lbs EDEN. Abbie Scebbins i3 at home. Frank Warren was homo tho first inst Geo. II. Newton is at home for his va cation. flaying is commenced and a few com plain of light grass. Tho Good Templars are purposing to put, on a urama as soon as possible. F. II. Hay more has returned from tiie Queen's Dominion with a pair of line, large colts. This town turned out its usual num ber of the patriotic and fun loving for the Fourth, and it would be a dllli ;ut matter to say where the biggest crowd did bring up. A severe liu.il storm visited a part of tins town the 30th tilt. The vei.i was about one miie wide and passed the length of the town, doing nsueii damage to the crops in several localities, particularly on East hill. Grass there lias the appearance of having been rolled, corn leaves hang in shreds, beans, potatoes, and peas seem to be entirely cut down, gardens ruined. The Itcpiiblii-nu voters of the town of Kden will meet in lUli-UH at the Church Hall at the Conn-is on Saturdavcvc, July 1 I, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of elect ine; deiemitesto attend Ihe county convention to be held in ilvde Park July 25, to nominate candidates for t lie several county officers in. Imline; county Com missioner. Per order Town Commit tee. At the above time anil place the organiza tion of a itepiiblii-iiii club will be perfected and all the Republican voters, especially theyouiiy; men, me earnestly reipiested to be present. Per order Town Committee. HARDWICK. Shattuck went to Boston on business, v ctlncstlay. Alexander Dniinett Esq. and wife of St. Johnsbury are boarding at the Cen tennial House. Mrs. Dunnett is sick. The Aikiii3 have the sills on for their new building. Titus i3 at work on his foundation. Shattuck will commence his next week. Mr. Gibson of the IJyegate Granite Co, got a team and went out to the quarry, the horse aud wagon came back in a de moralized condition. The programme for the celebration of the Fourth was couioletely and success fully carried out. Fiag raising at 9::10; at 10:30 the Horribles arrived, and they made up iu quality what the shortness of time made necessary the shortness of quantity. The Oration by Prof. Taylor was good. Billy Jordan took four prizes. Wolcott took the Hag iu tho tug of war. The lite works were O K and the crowd large. No one can say but that we did all we advertised to. A Warning. The modes of death s approach are various, and statistics show conclusively that more persons die from diseases of the Throat and lutings than any other. It is probably that everyone, without excep tion, receives vast numbers ot Tubercle CJerms Into the system and where tnese iroriiis fall upon suitable soil they start into life and ilovelop. at first slowlv and is shown by a slight tickling sensation in the throat and if allowed to continue their ravages they extend to the lungs producing Consumption and to the head. causing Catarrh. Now all this is danger ous anil it allowed topioceed will in time cause death. At the onset you must act with promptness: allowing a cold to go without attention is dangerous and may lose you your life. As soon as you feel that something is wrong with your throat, lungs or nostrils, obtain a bottle of Boschce's German Syrup. It will give you immediate relief. 20-cent Challis down to 15 : 25-cent Challis down to 18 -. 17-cent Bribes down to 12 J; (Juting Cloth down to 15: Danish Cloth down to 12i. l'laid finge worth only 2o cts. A pieces a yard wide Uoucle Checks marked down to 371 cents : former price, 55 cts. 1 aid wide Union Cashmeres. six different shades, only 2-5 cts. 23-inch Dolly Madison Cloth, sold every-wliere at 12J cents, our price S cents. Come in and look at the Summer Dress Goods marked down to 12 cts. BOTTOM DROPPED OUT iu prices of uasuuiere onawis ana Newport scans. 1) f ns.i 99 "f iff j IPt QixcIiSaiincs! Your choice. 25 cents. Gentlemen's Anc-ola. Shirts and Drawers. Gentle men's Night Robes. Ladies' Jersey and Gauze Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, made-up muslin Xisrht ltobes. Chemises. Drawers. Skirts. Coref. Govern t'l.ili. ren s V lute Dresses, &c, at rialit prices. You will pe surprised and pleased at the very low prices at which we are selling first-class troods. Don't forget to look at the Dudley Patent Wigwam Slippers aud Oxford Tennis Shoes CURRIER'S. Main Street, Morrisville. 4 HAVE COilE THE SUF FRO U COLDS ixrsa BLE3 FIRST BY THE WISTAE'S OF WILD AND TET ANI li!it. GONE SINCE FEItERS i;ouuns,ai A N DIM TROtJ- WBRE CUBED use or niiDia CHEERY, M TIRES HOT Is the place to buy GOOD GOODS LOW PRICES. The reason wh-, is Cash Down he fore Bill, and no one has to help make up for what some one never pays. Small Profits and Large Sales is the true road to travel. This "week we offer Ihe largest inducements of the season to cur customers. Don't fail to visit us. Groceries and Fish ! Best Ox tripe, 4 cts. ; best Colorado River Salmon, 8 1-2 cts. ; best Cod Fish, 5 cts. ; best boneless Cod Fish, 7 cts. ; every lover of good Tea and Coffee, don't fail to trv our 50-cent Jap. and II. W. S. Revere Cotfee. They cannot be matched. Porto Rico Molasses, new hogshead, just in, cheap at 50 cts., our price 40 cts. Best silver drip, 50 cts. ; 9 doz Han over Crackers, 25 cts. ; Boston Stan dard Granulated Sugar, It lbs. for 1 ; 9 lbs. best evaporated Apples, Si ; 11 lbs. best home dried Apples, $1 ; best Tea Dust, 20 cts. per lb., f. lbs. for Si ; Paris Green, 22 cts. Haying Tools! Clipper Scythes, 45 cts. ; All Steel Scythes. 70 cts.; Best Hand Rakes, 17 cts. ; Best Ash Snathes, GO c's. St.J.&LC.R.R.TimeTable. 10 dozs. all linen Towels, 10 cts. each ; 10 pieces Seersucker, 8 to 10 cts. 10 pieces Pongee dress goods, 10 cts. 15 pieces 10-ct. Ginghams, 8 cts. 40 dozs. men's Hose. 7 cts. 50 dozs. ladies' Hose, 10 cts. and up. Ball's Corsets, 90 cts. Cottonaue Pants, 75 'ts. Nox-'Ein-AlI Suspenders, 15 els. BOOTS and SHOES ! Special inducements in certain kinds to close at Low Prices, 150 pairs, nice goods, lower than manufactory prices. Boys clothes in all sizes from 4 years old to 18 years. Men's, all sizes und prices. Don't fail to give u a call and save money. E, D. HASKELL & SON, Wolcott, Vermont. FOR Laflles anil CBlte's Garments, Constantly on hand. New Styles received every month. Send a stamp for Illustrated Catalogue and Fashion Monthly, to A. V. WISWEXX, Hyde Park, Vt.. Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Sil ver and Plated Ware, Specta cles, Stationery, School, Blank and Miscellaneous Books, Pic ture and Window Glass, Pic ture Frames, &c. NEW STOCK BLANK BOOKS ! Anything from a 3-cent vest pocket memoranda to a one half Russia Ledger. T Irl IU a. X H si a MEW - - x X Cf. I- t- t- i.'viiv m.-tijjj" A. s,M.I x;. I nre I ci r.' r . V 1 -1 - o A -r r rs ?! Jt ,J ?i 1 o T. r; 1 " 'C !C 1. ll irj ir; 1 1 M r 5 " 5 Co -V. w 0 !l S "r 1 'i . : : 71 i x, 1 -ri ?i " J i If r3 o si CI b P3xt; M -r ?i ' T O r; : c 1 -1 - x jj PROBATt NOTICE. Untilfurtlicr notice, tin; 1'robntr 'oi;ri fort I e District of l.iminilli;, will h; lie-Id fit the Court House in Hyde l':irk,on Monilny anil Thiirs.laT of ciicli wni.'k, ttnil on Satanlav, Iroin IO.Hua.v. to 12 M., anil from 1 r. M. to i.io P. M. Estate of Hannah M. Shaw. WILL FKE8ENTEU. Stuto of Vermont, T.nmoilh-DiHtrirt, ss In Tro bate Court lielil at II vile Tark in nni! lor said dii trict, on the iith day of July A. I). ICMt. An instrument, purportm;; to be the last Will and Testament of Hannah M. Shaw, late of Mor ristown, in s lid dist. deceased, bcinjr presented tor probate, it Is ordered bv said Court, that nil persons concerned therein !e notilled in ainien- , at a session thereol, io be held at the fiol.W (Jllice in Hyde I'ark, i'i said dish-in, on the Mil day ol August, A. I). Isks, nt ten o'clock liw Ihe forenoon, and show cause, if Hnv thev have, against the probate of s-ii-1 -.i ; f,,'r which pur. pose it is further m...ci.mI, that tins order be pub. Iistied three weeks successively in the News Cit uen, a newspaper printed at Morrisville mid Hyde Park in thin State, previous to said time of hcnrlng. Uy the court attest, -"S It. S. PAGE, Judge. Leads everything in the Horse Rake line. So sar the farmers who are using them in this County. Yet we are able to sell them at the price which cheaper Rakes are sold. i on us. Look them over, Te.ke one home, And Tay It ! And brixisr it back von do not Like it. H. A. SLAYTON & CO., Morrisville, Vermont. WOLCOTT. VT. IS Off CUBING. BEE THAT "I. BUTTS" 13 ON TIIE WRAPPER. Bugs, Crockery, Mathushek Pianos A.3ST X3 WILCOX & WHITE ORGANS. Tiave you examined the MATIirsiiFir pi a voj It" not, be sure and do so before biivini. n,..'i r.. ... . ' I ft icii iuiv iiriecs e.isv tet-mu stand in tunc with one-fourth the expense of auy other and are much the cheapest in the end. , J i ""-"-v ivnirt; OKUANS are too wuu ivuuuii io leijuire comment. uruerd uy man win receive prompt attention. Send for Catalogues and prices. A. R. COWLES. Gen. Agent, BARTON, VT. , Wall-Paper Ceiling Papers and Borders, A CARD I As the wheels of time slowly revolving brim. to us another sprin-,'-tinia I would like to cull the attention oi me citizens ot Morristown and - uuily to the hundreds ol wheels rcvolvinir on tin. :eieoruu;u .uaraiian i;arriaes anil wagons used lor years on your roads. As usual t shall uriiifr several car loads to sunnlv the ever increaxin.r demand for my work. My assortment will em brace all the leading styles of top ami open car riages and wagons, both li.'ht and heavy, and we feel sure we can suit everyone in want of 11 ood article at a low nnce. Our aim i.v In tne ocsc, ueiievinz it is economy for the purchas er in tin; cnu. ah intendini; to set a carriage or wasou this spring: will do well to wait and ex amine our slock an I learn our m-ices bel,.i-. closing a trade with anyone. We shad have our goods ready for inspection as soon as the roans are settled. All inouines. either in wr. son or by letter, should be addressed to Geo. w. Dyke, Morrisville, or Martin C. liarber, Wnter- uury. i also Keep a lull Hue of new driving har nesses; have tor sale several eood horses; am also agent lor the liuckeve mowing machine, manure spreaders and several kinds of horse ikcs. i iianking all tor nast favors ami hoi. in-. ,wi a. i.u.ibiiu.iiiu u uiu same, i am. Respectfully, II. W. MARSHAL,!,, nprl'Jim! Kingston, N. H. D 0 T YS Main St. "Moirisvi!Ie, Home from Market with a large and complete slock of goods. Tlease call and sec them before purchasing elsewhere. nave me largest stock oi CLOTHING ever in town. A nice line of worsteds, nil styles and grades. Prices, $ii.75 anu upwards have Hi Milts to select trom and zl.t pairs of Pants. lient's still' and sott felt Hats; tienls, boys and children's Straw Hats. Have the largest variety in GENTS AND LADIES' SHOES I have ever carried. Ladies' Shoes, $2 per pair, as good a bargain as can be found in L-imoillc County, i.adles' French Kid hoots $:l..r.u, Whit eoinb & Paine Calf hoots l.-2'j per pair. I have Estate of Frank Oakes. Commibsioneks' Notice. The undersigned, having been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court lor the District ol Lamoille, Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Frank (lakes, late of Johnson, in said District, deceased, and all claims exhibit ed iu offset thereto, hereby give notieo that w will meet Tor the purposes aforesaid, at tho resi dence of the late Frank Oakes in Johnson on the 21st day of July and SJd day of Dec. next, lrom 1 p. ni. until I o'clock p. m. each ol said davsaml that six months from the 'i!d day of June, "A. D. 1sk, is the time limited bv said Court for saiil creditors to present their claims to us for exami nation and allowance. Dated at Johnson this 26 th day of June A .D.18S. F. A. LKLAND. tl. K. MONTF.1TII. -Iw3 Commissioners. Guardian Notice. State of Vermont, I.nmoille District at. In I'ro. bate Court, holden atllyde Park, on thc2tliluy of June, A. 1). lSSS. V. I). Fitch, (iuardian ofEdson Cook, makes application to said Court f ir license to sell the following described real estate of his said ward, to wit: Ihe home farm where Hannah Cook, tho wife ot said Kdson Cook, ami John Cobleigh mid fanii'y now reside; also about .TJ acres of land about one.lialf mile north of Hvdc Park street, representing thai the sale thereof, for the purpose of pulling the proceeds of such sale at int. -rest of investing the same in stocks or re .1 estate. Would be benvticial to said wards : Wlieieupon it is or lered by said Court, that said application be re-feri-ed to a session thereof, to be held at the Pro bate Ollicc, in said Hyde Park, on the -.'.Id day of July, A. D. lhs,s, for hearing and decision thereon; and, it is further ordered, that all persons intereisted be notilled hereof, by pub. Mention of notice of said application and order thereon, three weeks successively iu the News and Citizen, published nt Morrisville and Hyde Park, before said time of bearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and, if they see cause, object thereto. i;v the court. Attest, 2-Jw:i C. S. PAGE, Register. Estate of R. C. Hodgo. WILL presented. State of Vermont, District ofI.amoitle, St. in Probate Court held at Hyde Park, within and for said district, on the 2!ith dav cf June A. D. lSff. An Instrument purporting to be the Inst Will and Testament ot It. C. Hodge, late of Stowe, in said Dist , deceased, being presented for probate it is ordered by said Court Hint all persons con cerned! herein be notilled to '.appear at a session thereof to be held at the Probate Oliice in Hyde Park, in said dist., on the 20th day of July A. D. IStkS, at one o'clock afternoon, and show cause, it any they have, against the probate of said will; for which purpose it is further ordered, tlwt this order be published three week suresiively in the News & Citizen-, a newspaper printed at Morrisville & Hyde Park, in this Slate, previous to said ti in ol hearing. -'3w;i R. S. PAOE, Jn.-rtfe. Arc You Sick? IVlany Special Bargains among these can be found 10 doz.cn Ladies' Hose 10 cents per pair, worlh -JO cents ; in dozen Gent's Hose II) cents per pair, worth 20 cents. A lib drive on Unlaundried Shirts, worth M cents, re duced to 21) cents. A good solid cast-steel Shovel .!! cents, a better solid cast-sleel Shovel SO cents; tripe Scents per pound. Raisins Scents per pound, Rice (J cents per pound, Granulated Sugar. 7 12 cents per pouuu, 1'ort ana I. aril y cents per lb bargain in Summer Flannels, Ladies and Gent's Summer Underwear. Cashmere Shawls, &c. Wash Goods in American and Scotch Ginghams, Sateens, Century Cloths, hatiste, Seersucker. &e. I would also call special attention to my line of White Dress Goods. So doKcu Ladies' Handkerchiefs, all prices, and other goods too numerous to mcntiou. Do you have pains about the sides, chest an back? Docs your mouth have a bad taste, espe cially in the morning? Do you feel dull and sleepy? Is there a sort of sticky slime collects about the teeth? Is your appetite poor? Is there a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach -some times a faint, all-gone sensation at the pit of the stomach, which food docs not satisfy? Do your hands and feet become cold and clammy? Have you a dry cough? Are vour eyes sunken? Do you expectorate greenish colored matter? Are you hawking or spitting all or part of the time? Do you feel tired all the while? Ara you ncrv ous, irritable, and gloomy? Do you have evil forebodings? Is there a giddiness a sort of whirling sensation in the head when rising up suddenly? Do your bowels become costive? Is your skin hot and dry at times? Is your blood thick and stagnant? Are the whites of your eyes tinged with yellow? Is your urine scanty and highly colored? Docs it deposit sediment alter standing? Do you frequently spit up your food, sometimes with a sour taste and sometimes with a sweet? Is this frequently attended with palpi tation ol the heart? Has your vision become im paired? Are there spots before the eyes? Is there a feeling of great prostration and weak ness? If you suffer from any of these symptoms. call at your drug store and get a bottle of STRAW REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Lamoille County National Bank AT HYDE PARK, in the Stole of VEItMOXT, at the close of business. JTune .'IO. I . KESOUKCKH. oans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. S. Konds to secure circulation Due from approved reserve agents Real estate, furniture aud fixtures.... Premiums paid Cheeks and other cash items hills of other hanks Fractional paper currency, nicklesaud ceuts Specie Redemption fund with 11. S. Treasurer, (tive per cent, of circulation) MALVERN STOCK FARM STALLIONS ! 1888 SEASON 1888. TATTER8AX.X.. f H2,7W 42 12 5,-i 100,000 00 1,1,2!I6 21 4,0110 oil S,O 0 00 77S Ml 100 00 ns ; i,osr oo 4,fl)0 oo Terms, fin.OOto Warrant. Sireof Zelda, 2.211 l-l ; Auctioneer, 2,.:i . Rain, .Miss Lofty by Daniel Lambert; 2nd dam, 0,uakeress, by Young I'.v Uysdvk's IL Liuperor. inblotonian .$272,148 ( . $100,000 00 2S.000 00 4,4s'.l :il sn.tMMk no SI.OIII 0!l 2,12 00 Total lJAllILfTIKS. Capital stock paid iu Surplus fund t'ndividcd prollts National hank note soulstnnding individual deposits subject to check. Demand certificates of deposit Total $272,148 03 STATE OF VERMONT, I LEliwAltl) L.Noves Coi ntv ok Lamoille, s.s. ( Cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and belief. K. L. NOYES, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this loth day of July, 1888. a. n, WAITE, Clerk of Lamoille County Court. Correct Attest, CAKROLL S. "AG K, ) II. M. McFARLAND, Directors. C. S. NOYES, 1 LAMOILLE. i Inbred Lambert). Terms, $10.00 lo Warrant. Dark bav. Hi hands high, weighs loTS lbs., foal 1H82. Sire, Waiid's La.miik.ui-; Dam, Amanda, by Dan'l Lambert, sire ol ;io in the 2..KI list; 2nd uam by 1 oung Columbus, sire of 11 in the 2.;10 list, and sire of the dams of 8 iu the 2 .10 list. I inollle is a natural trotter. His colls are large with the best of feet and legs, neai ly all of them nice bays, ills season will close August 1st. WARD'S LAMBERT. Terms, $20.00 to Warrant. Limited to SO Mares only. Dark chestnut without mark, IS 3-4 hands high, weighs l.oso pounds; sire, Daniel Lambert; dam, Fanny, bav, IS 3 4 hands, weighs 1,100 pounds, by Fish Horse; second dam, bay, IS 1-2 hands, weighs l,b.".o pounds, by Harney Hen ry; third dam, black, IS hands, weighs HKK) pounds, by S. T. h. Morgan; Fish Horse by hi-own Dick; Harney Henry by Signal; hrown Dick by Rounds Horse; Rounds Dorse by Vermont lilack ffawk; Vermont hbick Hawk by Sherman Morgan; Sherman Morgan bv Justin Morgan; Justin Morgan by True hriton; dam of Fish Horse by Young Engineer , he by Engineer 2nd ; he by En gineer; he by Imp. Messenger; dam of Itrown Dick by Sir Henry ; dam of R ninils Horse by Hambletonian. He took first premium as best stallion. 5 wars old and over, with live t( his get at Lamoille County Fair, September, '8S, 'St! and '87, also at Winooski Vallcv Fair in '-:7. while his colts took first premium in every class. Ho is one of the best sires in Vermont and I can prove it not by talk b it by showing his colts. They have taken first premium at Vermont State and New England Fairs. One ot them won Hrst money in the 2-ye:ir old stakes, two others won 2nd and 3rd money in the 3-year-old stakes at Lamoille Co. Fair last fall and one won Hi st money at Winooski Valley Fair, in the 3 year-old stakes. I have at tho farm 2a of his get, 17 of them nice bays. Come ai d see tin in. All payable on or before March 1st, 188U. $1.00. At owner's risk ill all respects. Moiuusvllle, Vt., May 14, 1888. Mares kept on grass atSO cents per week ; on hay al C. R. PAGE. TO rT.farr. .k WIE SELL $1 50 35 25 Hats for 85 cts. each, ct. Hats for 2 cts. each, ct. Hats for 2S cts. each, ct. Hats for 21 cts. each. SCYTHES A few more Clini)er 1- X Scythes for Fifty Cents Each. Yours respectfully, M. PARKER, Wolcott. Vermont. DR. ROYCE'S Liver and Kidney Cure. This is the only Liver and Kidney Cure put up oy a regular practicing physician ot iweiuy-uve years aciive experience. Mniii!iinis.-ll you are threatened with, or already have, hrigbt s disease, try Dr. Koyce s Liver ai d Kidney Cure. II you have stone in the kidneys or gravel in the bladder, Dr. Royoc's Liver and kidney Cure is warranted to dissolve and remove them. If you have urethra irri tation or ulceration or catairh of the bladder, my Kidney Cure will heal you. If you pass red oi bloody urine, or stringy urine, or milky urine, my Kidney Cure will positively cure you. If you have rheumatic stinging or aching pains m the oack ami sine or nip, leading now n to the urinary organs, and distress you there, my Liver and Kid ney Cure will remove the cause and cure you. 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If you have rheu matism , scialica. malarial fever and ague, caused bv weak kidneys and uric acid in the blood it vou have lost your appetite, or toimue coated, dry and parched lips and mouth, spitile drv and cottony, or have become emaciated my Kidney Cure will build up your broken down constitu tion. If you have internal fever, canker, acid phlegm. Had taste and offensive breath, mv Rut. ney and Liver Cure removes all these conditions. If you have venereal blood poison, syphilitic ulcers, skin eruptions, blotches, chronic ulcers or old sore, rely on my Liver and Kidney Cure to strengthen the kidneys, thereby working all im. purities from the blood, and at the same time making nice, new, i-icii blood. It is purely an uei uai reiiieny. ii you cau't sleep or rest, and roll and tumble, feel sore and stiff, flesh and bones tender, nei vous, irritable, feel quarrelsome and unstrung, my Kidney Cure will make Mm feel well, strong and happy. My Liver and Kidney Cure is for sale at vour drug store. The only remedy know n that will positively prevent and cure p iraiysis. Mr Wsrrant.-If vou give mv Kidnev Cure a fair trial, and are not cured or benclittei! by it, 1 win reiumi your money. I wish to he honest and honorable with ou, ami do not want vour nionev unless I can do you good. Can um cm. ploy any phy sician to treat you on these terms? rice My Kidney l ure is one dollar per noltie, or six i-ir live dollars, for salt; at your drug store. Prescribed and recommended bv more than 11,000 renowned physicians. Estate of A. L. Thomas. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT. Stole of Vermont, District of Lamoille, ss 1 Probate Court, held at Hyde Park, in said di Irict, on the 2iilh day of June A. D. loss. . S,,, Executor of the estate of A, L. Thomas, late of stowe in said district, deceased, presents Ins admiiistrution account fi r examination and allowance, ami makes applii . tion lor a decree of distribution and partition ct the estate of said deceased. Whereupon, it is or dcred by said Court that said account and sail, application be referred to a session tl ereof, to be held at the Probate oflice in said II vile I'urk.on the 13th day of July. A. D. 1888. II J 111 I . Ill ttlf IlllOltil.. and decision thereon : And. it is further oni,.,7i that notice hereof be siven to .11 .--,,. ested by publication of the same throe weeks suc cessively, in the News Citizen, a iicwiaier -published at Morrisville mid llv.l.. i',rL ous to said tune appointed lor hearing, that thev may appear at said time and idace. d -i..... cause, if any they may have, why said accouul t should not be allowed ami such decree inal: - 1 Uy the court Attest. 23 W3 C. S. PAE. R.tu-itur EStato of David Davis. NOTICE OK SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont. Lamoille fiiWi-M i.. bate Court, holden at Hyde Park, on the'22d Ua of June, A. D. 1888. criron Vtilklns. Executor of ti,n j,!.,,.. of I,avid Davis, late of stnwv. in .u..i district, deceased, presents his administration ' acuounit'or examination and allowance and makes application lorn decree of distribution a:i,f par. tition oflhe estate ol said deceased. Whereupon it is ordered bv said com I. that s.-ii.l .! said application be referred to a session thereof, to be Held at the Probate Oliice in said Hvd.. i ark, on the irtli dav of Jiilv.i A. I wi r.. hearing and decision Vheruon ; And o iu . ordcred. that notice hereof be given to all per-' sons interested, by publication of the same three ' weeks successively in the NKws ami Citizen a " newspaper published nt Morrisville and Hylle Park, previous to said time appointed for hear ing, that thev may anpear at said time i. ml ..I,...- and n.-;o'v Ciuue.f any they niav have, why said account should . allowed and such decree : made. " .. ity the court. Attest, 23w3 u. S. lA(i- .In.l.ra Estate of A. B. Walt. WILL IMiESENTED. State of Veiimont. District oi T.mnin, In Probate Court, held at Ilvde I'urk u-.tl.in !.! for said district, on the" 2Sth day of June. A. D. 1888. An Instrument ournortiu"- to be the l.ci u-iii Testament ol A. h. Wan. l.-.i,. mM,..v i.. ..i.i district, deceased, being presented for Pro. bate, it is ordered bv said Court thnt nil nor. sons concerned therein be notilled to appeal at a session thereof, to beheld at the Probate Oilien in Hyde Park in said district, on the b.tli ibiv of July. A. D. 1888. at ten o'cloek in n... no- noon and show cause, it any they have, against the probate of said will : for which nnrnosn it i further ordered that lliisorder bv published three weeks successively in the News and Citizen, a newspaper published at Morrisville and Hvdc Park in this Mate, previous to said time of heai hearing. p.y the Court Attest, '-13 it. s. PACE. JuiIk-i-. Estate of N. R. Raymond. Cll.(ll8StoXEI:S NOTICK. The undersigned, havinir been annoinieil l.v the Honorable Probate Cou.t lor the District n'l .amoilte, Coniniis.-.i.mt-rs, to receive, exiniiit.u. andailjust all claims and demands ofall persons against the Estate of N. R. Raymond, Into ol Slowe, in said District, deceased, aud all eUn.i. exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that wcwilliujct lort'ie purp aforesaid at Ihe 1 o wn Cicrk's oliice in raid lnvniil Slowe on l!. 18th day of Aug. and theKih pay of December ncxi, li-oui one o'clock p. in, until f lock p. in., each ol sai l iUvs. and th.it inoiuiis ii-om tin; 1 1 in iiay ol.liine, A D. lue time Ininled by said Court IVklls, Rich uirsns H Co.. CitEEN, IHiiiiiNS ,t Hyde.... A. Pkklky I icii . ;ko. C. Coodwin Ai Co., -WEEK8 & Pottei:, - - . ...Ilurlington. Vt Rutland, Vt ....Concord, N. II . hoston, Mass hoMoh, Mass nir six 888, H lor said f-i'i..liiP4. to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Slowe this 2Slh dav of June, A D R. A. s.vv.i;e, A. C. SI.AM-ov 23w3 CommiHr.ioni.i-a DR. BOOTH'S UTILE PILLS WILL CI RE Mick If -aila'lir.C'ntiiatln. II. ... '. lHlr- attrr Kuiinir. lloo.... . Kll.ru, Mrosaiirn. luiH III , ile, (uutral Tontiur, HuU Tu.tr In dip .VI ut h. hutlon fckiM. untl ull Itl.onlrr ruiiiM.l Ity u liilloua talrofthrniMrni. Ilooth's Liitle Pills are enlii-. K- ....in n ., pills, and are a marvel loall u i...-..: , . ... are very small, strictly vegelable, and as the ilo.i lounYwd! $1.00. Sold by dealers lv V . "'. "r.".vi mail. ' ' "w rni oy Addrpss, IIOOTK E. W. Roycc, M.D., may be consulted bv letter at bis address. Lock llox ISlf, Springfield, Mass. His large lllua rateil $ n r uu I sent f'recon application. Sole Agf.xtr : Mierwm, Hyde J. Leach, Wolcott. ikor isi: co.. PORTLAND, ME. O. tulles. Htnvrii, ill.. . 1 v. "ark; K. Itrush. n.i .", STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. JOHIVKOX, VEH.1IOXT. Terms of 20 weeks each begin the 1st Tuosdav of September and 2d Tuesday of February. A. u. UAaii-iiH.x.1,. ii. At Principal. H EN DEE A FISK. reliable Stock Com.,: .Z V .V "'"'Hal and of the old an I favo ..i,i, i .... . .. " Kl" t "Kent pany of North AinericM . . "' ofovereigh, mill,,.,, dollars. ." Y. in 11, ,1 .... " V. ' -",i U lo w agent (or the ol ,.V.' . 'V. !o ioiiniiiiiiK-aiioiis attention. rife policies iu that and by mail U. MT. UENDEE. i rnic in xi,n,ii will receive primpi U. C.