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rrt13:-$.50 in advance; other wise, S2.00. Stmpaptr I.iaw. A.ny Person wao takes a paper recularlv i, rsfJwwSLVi" he has s'"scribed or nul ls responsible for the payment. v. n.o Jt1""!;" or,1-rs1i paper discontinued, ??.,l!?,lp. y a11 aaraes. or the publisher may S 1 lu,1 to lid rt U1,tl1 Payment is made, and fri - wilule am"t, whether the paper is taken from the office or not. 3. The Courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the post omee, or removing and leavins them uncalled lor, is prima facte evidence of fraud. BUSINESS CAEDS. Dr. J. A. ROBINSON, DKNTAL SUKQEON, Morkisville, Vt. Tcutu extracted with Obti'NDO. harmless, ana nearly I'ainlkss. Crown, I'.riilte and Best min worn ana t ine linings are Spkcialtiks. SHAW Jt ROB3, DK.VM.RS IS Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise of all Descrip tions. All orders for Pianos, Orcans and Tuning v iv.iuuueu 10. ST. .JOHN8BUBY, VT CHAS. A. RITTERBUSH. STEAM, Gas, Water and Plumbing Supplies tieutimr miblic buildiiiifs.Tvsttlenct. .Vi- Itr Walker & Pratt's hot water heaters and Soroer- worttra radiators a specialty. Aitenl for A. L e.. F. Uoss. Persoual attention to correspond- LEWISTON, AIK E. E. FOSTER, f VNUKACTUEEU and Dealenn all Kinds .'A of Marble A Granite. Work Guaranteed is li.Mxl, and prices as Low as any in Vermont Portland street. Morkisvili.e.Vt V. W. JEWETT, TVrl.VLER in wagons ot all kinds: one and a J two horse lumber and express wajrons bugies, etc. Ironwork and repairing done to oraer; also Horse ahoeing. live him n c:iii. Morrisvillk, Vt F. H. MILLER, "TT ET E It 1 N ART SURG EON', graduate Mon trea 1 M veterinary college. Honorary fellow Mont real Veterinary Medical Association. Veterinary Surgeon to Sbelburne Farms. Calls promptly attended. Umce 110 chnrcn street, liURLtNGTON, Vt. W. M. SMITH DEALER IS Italian and American Marble nil kinds of Granite; Monuments, Head stones, Taldets, Ac, Cemetery work neatly exe eated, orders promptly tilled. Cambridge, Vt. A. COOPER, M. D. UYSICIAX AND 8UUGEOX, Main Street. HYDE PARK, VT. OtUce Honrs, 8 to 9 A. M.. 12 to 2 P.M. AUSTIN BELKNAP, EALEII In Butter, Cheese, Beans, and Pro visions. o. 17 Fulton Street, Boston. Austin Belknap. Drs. E. J. HALL fc E. H.JOHNSON, T)H YS1CIAN3 AND SCRGKOS3. Office hours until a A. M. ; irom l to a ami n ioj r. m. Office at Dr. Hall's residence, Morrisville, Vt F. H.DEMINC, TVETIST. (Graduate nt the University of J Pennsylvania.) 42 Church Sl, Burlington, Vt. Onice hours, 8 to la a. m., 1.30 to S p. m. F. N. RAND Sl CO., OMMISSIOH MERCHANTS and Wholesale XJ Dealers in Country Produce, Butter, Eggs, Potatoes, rait, etc. No. 37 Locust street. Haverhill, Mass C. W. DOTY, sliACTlCAL UNDERTAKER Finest Goods the market affords, Ice box ami embalmer Morrisville. Vt Business Notices. Notices infrted m this column at the ratcof 10 ems per lino no notice inserted for less than l.oo. i ive cents per line each subsequent in sertion. H.iving ixnight the Dr. Holbrook place on Pleasant Street, after July 15 we shall be prepared to keep boarders at reasonable rat" by the week. For further particulars call at the bakery, or address, I. A. White, Morrisville, Vt. For Sale or Rent. Rare chance for business in Morrisville. Half of the block now occupied by me for a store ; 25 by 50 feet with basement the same size, well fitted for general merchaxlise, or grocery or other bus - lucsa -pqrpusf a ; HgliV, avry and pleas ant. Would sell the whole Duiiding arid stock of goods cheap, if desired, on account of advancing age and the health of my family. S. II. Tift, Morrisville, Vt. Notice. We have broken the sugar trust, and will sell ten pounds granu lated sugar for $1. We have broken the cracker trust, 10 dozen for 25 cts. We have broken the wool trust, and will now sell SOO all-wool pants at 2. We have broken the leather trust, and will now sell $3.00 calf boots at $2.00 We want to form a butter trust, and get 25 cents for butter. We have broken on our competition by selling all goods at stnivation prices. We will sell poods with any firm in La moille Co. for $10 a side. W e will make and break prices as we wish, and will allow no trust except on but ter. All take a hand give us a call. Miles, McMauon & Co. Stowe, Vt., August 6. To Our Patrons. We would re spectfully announce that we are about to discontinue our credit husiness ana our books will be closed Monday, August 12, and we shall make such nnprect iU tiied low prices that one and all can ill afford to pass ua by. We innke tbia change without casting the least reflection upon the credit of our customers, but as we contemplate using a portion of our capital in other business, we have no n oney to tie up Note a few of our prices : 2o. 1 flour, every barrel warranted, 85.25 ; best flour, per sack, $1,35 ; 150 lest while kerosene on. 12 cts. : a good oroom, lii tin 50-ent tea. 30 cts.; good U a. 20 cts. : evaporated npplrs. u mitcra. 3 els. 10 (It z. for 25 ftH. ; Portland star matches, 7 cts hct rut. nlusr tobacco. 35 cts.. All summer dret-s goods at or below cost to close. Blue check shirting, H cts. ; Dtmins, 14 cts.; regular 75-cent overalls, CO els. ; best cottons, 7 cts. by the web ; Ball's corsels, 75 cts. ; all other goods in proportion. Yours respectfully, I'ike & Wallace. MORRISVILLE. Ernest Gates is clerking in Mun son's 6tore. Currier is in Boston again this week, after more new goods. TJtton Bros, are attending the races in Barre with five horses. H. C. Fisk and daughter, JIae, started for Washington to-day. Read Doty's new advertisement a Iresb invoice of carpets and mattings Rev. Mr. Fisk will occupy the Con gregational pulpit again next Sunday Miss Blanche Bingham of Essex Junction is the guest of Rev. Mvra Kingsbury. A. K. Forsayth, recently of St, Johnsbury, is with F. E. Htaley, do ing watch repairing. William Cheney has bought of Peck & Burncll the Hatch place on lhe north side of Foundry street. The next meeting of the W, C. T. U. will be held on Thursday afternoon of Ibis week with Mrs. Daniel Smith. O. D. Matthews has bought cl Frank P. Robinson his building on Portland St. occupied by Woods and Cutler. Rev. Mr. Croft spoke at the Meth odist church on Sunday evening to good house, and in a most acceptable manner. J. C. Robinson comes to the front with a stock of common sweet corn measuring ten feet in height, which he says is a fair specimen of his corn patch. William Howard now owns the Champeau house at the foot of High St., having made the final payment last week. Dr. F. M. Nichols, of St. Albans, was called here last Tuesday night to treat a very valuable horse kept at the Uttons' stables. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who will be pleasantly remem bered as sojourners here last season, are again at A. B. Strong's. The bakery firm received a new 10 horse power engine last week, which U to replace the small one and enable them to have increased power. With good weather, the G. A. R. reuniou next week will undoubtedly be an enjoyable occasion. Prepara tions are completed for a right good time. A man recently in our office re marked that Wolcott people were go ing crazy over the " fresh water cnuuren. "tresli water is not so very bad. Regular convocation of Coral Chap ter, U. iu. S., Tuesday evening, Aiiar. 13, at seven o'clock. It is earnestly desired that the officers all be present early as possible for work. W. II. Robinson and wife are tak ing a brief trip to Lake Champlain, joing by Maquam and returning by PlattsiHirgh and Burlington on Satur day, spending a few days at North Hero. The Fresh Air children enjoyed a pleasant pic-nic gathering at Mr. E, Allen's on Friday afternoon. Much credit is due Mrs. Allen and her neigh bors for their kindness to the little strangers. Rev. E. E. Ilerrick and wife, pastor of the Cong I church at Milton, was at the Morrisville Home over Sunday, on a carrige driving vacation. They went to Stowe on Monday to ascend Mt. Mansfield. Mr. Geo. Hadley presented us this week witn a peck of nice apples of the Ben Davis, Roxburv, and Russett varieties, which were In as fine and good condition, apparently, as when gathered last fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunklee, o Boston, were in town over the Sab bath as guests of Mr. Geo. K. Currier Mrs. Dunklee is a sister of Mrs. Cur rier. Mr. Dunklee is interested in the Brunswick, Vendome, and Victoria hotels, of the best in Boston. At the last annual meeting of the Vermont State Dental Society, J. A. Robinson was elected delegate to the American Dental Association which meets this week at Saratoga, N. Y but he is unable to attend, owing to pressure of business. J. M. Warner Post has arranged to run the dining hall on the fair grounds at the Soldiers' Reunion, the 14th and 15th of this month, and all members of the Tost are requested to be present at their regular meeting next rriday evening, a3 arrangements are to be made for that purpose. The side-track to the tannery site is completed and is in good shape, fol lowing the bend of the river just in the rear of the proposed building lots on the east side of the street. The large chimney is going up rapidly and will be quite a prominent land mark at the foot of Portland St. . Senator and Mrs. Morrill and Jame3 Morrill were in town Thursday and made a brief call on Gov- Ilendee and others. The Senator is looking well, and we are glad to learn is enjoyit.'g good health.. In accordance with his custom for several years past, he has been to spend a few days at the Mt. Mansfield Hotel, Stowe. The game of ball last Saturday was not as close as had been anticipated. The Burlington team came here con fident of winning with ease ; and were very much surprised at the game the Jso Barnes put up. lhe home club scored an earned run in the first in ning, after two men were out, on a three bagger by Chcnej and a single by Johnson. The visiting team made two runs in the same inning. In the third inninsr th8 No Names secured eleven runs.knocking Teacbout out of the box and taking things easy the rest of the game. The visitors seemed nnable to field ground hits or to caicti fly balls. The feature of the game was the battery work of Johnson and St. Louis, a difficult left-handed catch of a hot liner by Bushee, a fine run ning catch by Gains, the base running of Glen Stone, the batting ot oss, and the catching of Lewie Johnson. Cheney he'd first base in fine shape, he taking everything that came in uis direction. The return game will be played in Burlington in the near future. The score by innings was as follows : Irniiio- 1 2 3 3 5 6 7 No Xuinrc, 1 r, U 2 2 1 1-22 n.,l-llr,0-t,ll; 'J 1 1) 1 0 0 7 A CAiin. We wihIi to express our sincere tl,,,la 11, e sinners ami friends and neijrh linns who limited us during the sicknens, death, and burial of onr mother. Mb. und Mux. Li'THER Adams. our County Fair. On acctuu.t of the St. Johnsbiio' and Wateibtiry fiiirs having been fixed for the 10th, 11th, and 12th of September, the lair in this county will be held on the th, 18th. and 19th of Septeuipber, In stead of on lhe days before named. The premiums will be the same as last yeur with the encie rules and conditions, ox copt there will be no premium for dis play of vegetable?, etc., raised on the Biiine farm as heretofore, and there will b changes in the ladies' department. The race tor horses that have never trot ted for money will be confined to horses owned in Lamoille county. Horses in all the races will be elejrible from August 1, 1SSU. Mu.-ic will be furnished by the Stowe Cornet Band. In the ladies' de partments the list of articles for wider. premiums are offered with the premium for each will appear next week. Pre miums will be paid for worthy articles exhibited, but not In the list, the amount to be left to the discretion of the award lug committee. For list of officers, com mittees, superintendents, &c., ece posters goon to be distributed. Special features The owner of Cherokee Chief offers 8100 $25 each, to the four best sucking colts sired by that horse. The owner of Clay tuont I'atchen oilers $10 to be divided to four best colts sired by that horse. The owners of other stallions will probably oiler inducements that will tiling many colts to the fair for competition, ilonis town has not been challenged for the flai yet, neither has any town entered for the $25 tug of war purse. Notice of chul lensre or entry should be sent to A. A Niles, Sec'y, on or before Sept. 1. PLEASANT VALLEY. Subt-cribe for this paper. Charles Gray lost a nice horse. Deiicon Gr8y is entertaining visitor from Mass. The funeral of Mrs. T. L. Brown, of Elmore, took place last Wednesday at the retidence of her son In Elmore. She was 75 years of nge. Rev. Anderson Drown of Hardwick, presided. She leaves husband, three sisters, and a son to mourn her loss. HYDE PASK. The new tennis grounds are completed and almost every pleasant day the courts are occupied. Mrs. I). M. Dyer and son Harold, of St. Paul, Minn.,' and Miss M. II. Saw yer of Boston, are stopping at Col. E. I). Sawyer's. What's the matter with onr band ? These pleasant evenings an occasional conceit would be very acceptable to the public. Now boys, "one, two, play ! " Palmer Blake had the misfortune to have a finder on his rijfht hand badly smashed in an iron planer at a machine shop at Lowell. Mass., where lie now works. It is hoped the wounded mem ber can be saved. The County Union ot flood Templars to be held at this place Thursday of this week, bids fair to be largely attended. In addition to the regular exercises dur ing the day, a Good Templars social will be held in the evening. Cant. S. B. Waite, with his wife and daughter, have gone to Maine, where they are to spend a few days on thft sea shore. The County Clerk 'merits his va cation, and bis "constituents " hope he will return from the salt air region re-invigorated and braced up generally. Messrs. Fred Chile and Will Bristol left Monday for Barre. From there they go to Boston and Lynn, Mass.; thence to New 1'ork and up the Hudson to Albany, then to Washington and home to Chicago. The young men are having a very pleasant visit east and their many friends old : nd new, hope to see them bete again another year. A family jar in which a daughter-in-law and a mother-in-law were the com batants, occurred on the "Island" a few days ago. t The aforesaid daughter was repremandmg her child, when the grand mother interfered, and then occurred the fracas in whicii the oi ler party was considerably pounded. We understand that both parties ara so thoroughly ashamed of themselves, that a repeti tion of the affray is not likely to occur. A more unfavorable season for haying than the present is seldom heard of. The continued wet weather has seriously impeded the work. Many farmers who commenced haying several weeks ago are still in the hay field, and in several cases they have been compelled to aban don that work in order to harvest their grain, which has ripened rapidly and is threatened with rust. The rain has been a serious set-back to farm work of all kinds. Senator Morrill, accompanied by his wife, sou and a Mrs. Bates, were in town last Wednesday. This was his lirst visit to this place in forty years and many of our people had the pleasure of looking upon his -worthy countenance for lhe lirst time. Although 78 years old, the honorable senator is as rugged and as hearty as many men of 00. Of course he w-as delighted with our pleasant vil lage and beautiful scenery. While here he inspected Page's hide establishment and manifested much interest therein. At the last regular meeting of La moille Central Lodge, I. O. of G. T.. the following officers were installed : Past Chief Templar, M. B. Eaton ; Chief Templar, Bert Spicer: Vice-Templar, Mrs. Nora Browu ; Secretary, Bertha Eaton; Assistant Secretary, Ashton Mudgett; Financial Secretary, Mabel Slayton; Treasurer, I. C. Vaughan ; Chaplain. S- B. Waite ; Marshall, Mar vin Goddard; Deputy Marshall. Cora Fairbanks ; Guard, flattie Eaton; Sentinel, Jas. Eaton; Supt. of Juvenile Temple, Mrs. M. B. Eaton. The fence around our village cemete ry is in a sadly dilapidated condition. It lias been so for a number of years. Why it is allowed to remain in that state is a question frequently asked by people both in and out ot the village. Not only is it disgraceful to the community, but" it is also disrespectful to the dead. Bet the fence be rebuilt and neatly painted, und do away with the "step ladder " method of egress and exit. If this is done we opine cur town authorities will receive words of encomium from the taxpayers. Economize in oUter directions, gentle men, but give proper care to the grave yards. Conductor Boot of the Hyde Park train "got left" Momiay morinnrr. The train leaves here at six o"c!ock, but that morning he was not called, as the boys thought ho was at Wolcott. The train started out in charge of Joe Leach, and when pulling out of Morrisville. an ob ject with a pail in one hand and a coet in the other, was seen skipping rapidly over the tics ; so rapid w ere his steps that b went over the railroad bridge in about ftm ev-tielei.. Tli Ivuiu v. us t-;le i'pe.d and the belated conductor taken on board? having made the time from Hyde Parklo Morrisville in twenty minutes. lth6u2l1 considerably warmed tin bv his early morning walk, he had fully re covered when the tram reached St. Johnsbury. He now sleeps with one cat open. There is nobody more attached to home than our neighbor II. J. Lilley. As soon as the day's wnr.; is done at the Falls, he starts with his team for his abode. Being also a generous-hearted man. he generally carries his help home. It matters not whether the vehicle in usa is one of Lilley s substantial lumber wasrons or a superanuated buck-board. he loads on all hands. Last Saturday he had the buck-board, and being anxious to see that young Ben Harrison at his house he started off at a rapid gait. Will 'utnam and himself occupied the seat. while a couple of his boys, I' red and Irwin, took seats on the "axle. Slam- bang they went along, Putnam's dinner au jingling out a lively tune, while 'red s teeth kept up a chattering ac companiment. Voting Irwin's best efforts were put forth by holding on to his hat witn one nana ana the seat with he other a feat unite difficult to ac complish, considering the rapid move ment ot the vehicle. J. he driver sat erect. his feet well braced and looked neither to the right nor the left, but with au on ward expression hxed his cye3 upon the horse. Rapid time was being made, and despite the entreaties of the occu pants of the soft seat in the rear, tlw distance home was fast being shortened. Boardman lull was reached and the de scent begun, when all at once one of the boys was dumped into the ditch, while the other occupants were bounced up and down in a lively manner. For a time it w as a regular razzle-dazzle move ment with them, but the horse was final ly stopped, and an examination revealed the fact that the spokes and the tire of rear wheel had suddenly dissolved partnership with the hub and Lad left the concern without tine notice. As driving a buck-board on three wheels s an iijiKiiown art witn them, the party decided that the best way for them to get home was to "foot it," which they did. reaching there safely in due season. The boys say that the catastrophe was caused bv their father's reckless ex hibition of rapid transit, while paterfa milias is not certain whether the wheel was solid or the load too heavy. The problem is yet unsolved, ,: . Pknxtuxgs. Mrs. L. Small' is spending a few weeks at Queen City l ark lhe Misses Bertha and Mabel Collins are at the Wenthrop House in the White Mountains this summer.... The can-can in now the housewife's lVi- vorite occupation... Emerov Goddard' is spending a couple of weeks with rela tives in Franklin County Fiastus Eaton, a former resilient, has been in town from Manchester. N. II., the past few days Miss Mary Redmond of Bur lington is spending a lew weeks in town with her brother. Supervisor Redmond. . Miss Florence Schwartz of Boston is stopping in this place lor a few weeks. IilVKltsiDK Ramhungs. Win. Moon- ey and his wife and daughter Blanche, ot Nashua, A. 11., are visiting at Win. Crowfcll's Mrs. Emma Crablree and son of Boston, are visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Orson Hud ley. . .. iiey. a. l: inown ot liardwick will preach at the Hooper school house next Sunday, Aug. 11, at 11 o'clock, and at Will Manning's house at T.'M p. m. EDEN. G. il. Newton and V. S. Newton were in town Sunday. The new Idiicksiiiili shop is another in dication of prospeiily at the Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Oel Cleveland from Idaho are visiting mends In tins town and vi- cimt v. Four of the. fresh air boys are hi town, entertained by C. W. ISIuke and 1J. ii. Dlakc. Mr. Edward Pogcrs and wife from West Mi'dnuy atil Mrs. Helle leriill of Springfield, Mass., are in town. The band have purchased several line pieces of music, which they are learning, and they propose to give an entertain ment soon, that will be worth attending by all lovers of good band music. There is to be an ice-cream festival and a concert at the vestry at Eden Comers, T I : t if. . i , rnuiiy evening , jvz- J"i to ue given Dy the Edcu Coinct Cai.fl. Admission 20 cents; rciicsniiicms. in cents. All are cordially invited. JOHNSON. It is Tiow PostmoHter Furriiifrton. 'ai(. n nil Mrs. Kenfield spent part of last week at Verjennes. II. Wileox, of Grondby. was at Orange Ibiek'R over Sunday. Miss Carrie Freeman is camping with friends at Loiik Pond, Calais. M.-insHold Mountain was visited by four of our young people recent l.v. A party of younir people had an enjoyable day at l.lmore Pond Saturday. Indue fleor&e and wife, of East Hardwick, spent Sunday at Henry Stevens. Mr. and Mi-h. Mooney, of Nashua, N. II., have heen stopping with .1. II. Sim-lair. Mrs. Ward is visitinjr friends nt Waitsfield, in company with her father, Mr. .loslvn. Quite a number of young men attended t he base, ball pirns at Morrisville Saturday. Henry and Charles Millan, of Lynn, Mass., are in town calling on old acquaintances. Geo. liui'iiliani and w ife, of Cambridge, have been visiting their sister. Mrs. t has. Jones. Mrs. A. Vj. Smith and daughter, Alice, o "Worcester, Mass., are the guests of W. G' Jones. Mrs. I. C. Ric kford. accompanied by her grandson, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. n. nrner. Mr. and Mrs. James lliekev received a visit last week from their sister, Minnie Hickey, of lint land. Rev. ( has. Stebbins. of Fletcher, occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church, Sunday morning. 15. A. Hunt is imrrrovintr his place by ex tended repairs, which, when completed, will make it one of lhe most attractive places 1 he village. Miss Eugenia Fullington, principal of the schools ot the State Primary Institute ar. Palmer. Mass., is visiting her brother, Bernie i-'liilingion. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hall and three children have started on a- three weeks' carriage trip, expecting to visit in Massachusetts before their return. Instead of the regular scrviceat the Baptist church, Sunday evening, there was a mission ary concert, at which the pastor gave an in teresting talk upon China. The ladies of the Methodist, society are to hold a sociable next Friday afternoon, at the home of Airs. Homer Stanley. It in hoped t here will be a large attendance, as all are in vited. The 'Fresh Air children returned Tuesday evening. Although not a large number were taken here, their stay was enjoyed, by those having the care of them as well as by the children themselves. CART Bill DCE. Miss Vevie Gates has gone to Troy, N. X., to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. I.N. Chase, who is at the Mary Fletcher Hospital for treatment, is improving. Loomis Knight spent tho Subbath in town, returning to Providence Island Tuesday. Mr. O. W. Reynolds and son, Harry, who are in Saratoga, are expected home this week. Mrs. W. M. Smith has opened her new store on .Main street, and is now ready for business. Mr. Chas. II. Van Arnam and son, George. of bansiiigbiirg, X. Y.. were guests of Mr. C 1). Gates, last week. The rSakersfield dramatic club will play at Reynolds' Hull, August 13, a drama entitled, The Flowing Bowl." Mrs. B. R. nolmes pleasantly entertained the Fresh Air children last Saturday. They returned to Xew Vork Tuesday. Mrs. Daniel Kinsley and daughter, who have been visiting friends here, returned to their homo in Worcester, Mass., Monday. The Cong'l church and society have tendered to their pastor. Rev. K. Wheeloek. a vacation of four weeks. Mr. Wheeloek goes to Fry burg. Me., this week, w here hisdaughter, Lucy, is stopping. The Woman's Relief Corps of Underbill vis ited the Cambridge Corps on Saturday, arriv ing on the morning train and returning in the evening. They were entertained at the resi dent e of Dr. E. R. Brush. JEFFERSO NVILLE. Read Wetherby & Page's new ad. Isabel Seeley is quite sick with a fever. Mrs. Williams, of Essex, is stopping in town with friends. Sadie Loehlin, of roston, is visiting her aunt. Mi s. Fred Sinclair. J. M. Wilcox and family are spending a few weeks at Queen City Park. Mrs. Whitebcuse, who has congestion of the brain, is under the care of Dr. Giinr.ell. Oscar Atwood conducted the church services on Sunday in a very pleasing and acceptable maimer. Phoenix Lodge will celebrate its 13th anniversary Friday evening, August 19, by serving ice-cream and cake. The members are requested to bring cake. The Fvesh Air children returned to their homes on Tuesday. Since their stay among us they have been quiet and polite in their behavior, and seemed to enjoy themselves, although some have been a little boate&iekUd a - The following officers were duly elected by Phojnix Lodge at their last regular met ting: C. T., Mrs. 'M. L. Griswold; V. T.. Lottie Page; Chap., Dora Lara bee; Treas., II. X. Mellmidy; F. Sec., Mamie Flagg; Sec Carrie Carroll; M Mabel Whiteomh; Guard, Joe Watkius; Sent... Gordon Fouyeau; Supt. of J. T., Hattle Wctherbee. FLETCHER. The Chase sisters have returned to Niagara. O. G. Carpeuter lost one of his best cows recently. Thaddeus Wells lias had a cow missing for the last ten days, of which, as yet, he has found no trace. Mis. B. D. Porter, who has long been an invalid, has been confined to her bed for thrro weeks past. It was Daniel Kinsley's daughter, in stead of bis wife, who camo with Idtu to his old home in Vermont. Mary Wheeler, of Fairfax, recently vis ited at her uncle's. L. B. Elliot, aud at Leslie and Nelson Church's. Mrs. Norton, of Morristown, Is making her son Anson and family a visit. Since here she has been very ill. Remember the ice-cream party to be given on the church lawn next Thursday evening, August 8. Literary exercises will be given. Rev. C. M. Stebbins and wife went to Johnson last week for a week's stay at his father's, while Mrs. Grant is visiting friends in Cambridge. The L'liiversahst Ladies' Aid Society will hold a sociably at the Center church Tuesday evening, August 13. Ice-cream, cake ai,d ceflVe will also be served. A good many farmers succeeded in fin ishing iheir inlying last week, which causes them to wear smiling faces in spite of the fact that potatoes are being injured by rust. As was announced last week, the Mite Gatherers organized on the evening of August 1 il Ii 24 members. This Baptist home and fort-lgn mission work, including in lis home work, aid in support of local jreaeblu?t.ic starts off under favorable auspice?. TI:e following -officers were elected for the ensuing year: Pres., Jos. Di th ; Vice-Pros., Mrs. IJiggs; Sec, Ar thn Hooper; Asst. Sec,, Mrs. Lamb; l reas., Andrew Ivimb: l.adv Director. Liiiio Davis; Finance Committee, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hooper. Misses Mitchell and Kinssbind came as announced last week. Miss Mitchell in terested her large audience Sunday after noon by relating souio ol her own experi ences hi obtalulnir an education and in teaching nmoiig her own people in Louis- i.iit-.i. aim in iiiempiiis, lenn. A collection ot si,. to was taken. In the eveninsr Miss ivmoianu made brief but appropriate and timely remarks on mi ;s ion work, and said many tilings for om- enaouiagement, sug gesting methods of work, and assuring us oi iici' personal Interest in our efforts. She was followed bv Miss Milc.hell. who related her experiences teaching in Geor gia, ami gave a description of the deplor able condition in which she found the people.. Miss Mitchell, who is 25 years or age, lias been tcacbiiiir for 13 vears She has endured great hadships, and made great sacrifices, until her health is nearly ruined. But she is eager to return to Her chosen work of liflinir up her race a work iu which her whole soul is enlist ed. She returned to Burlington with Miss Ivtiigslaud Monday morning. CADY'S FALLS. Miss Agusta Booinhowcr has returned to this place. Mrs. A. J. Polsom from Concord is vis iting nt Richard Moiles'. Mrs.E. B.Town. who is ill with bilious fever, has been hi the physicians' caro for me. past two weeks. A small party of young people from this place are to spend a part of to-day upon iit. ivianstield. Bertha Terrill is expecting to attend school at St. Johnsbury, commencing with the fall term in less than two weeks A son of lhe ICcv. Frank Handy of n in!;e!d. n stopping at Rosvvell Town's. His father and mother are ex pected in a short tune. STOWE. Give your attention to what Milea .& McMahon Co. have to say this week. Pike & Wallace announce some thing s in another column that will interest tfr'e public. Owing to the apparent blight on pota toes, the farmers are anticipating a very small yield. ' E. C. Bailev and Carroll Stygles have formed a partnership in the meat busi ness. Their market is located under the store of the late G. VV. Jenney. Sixty-one Fresh Air children are now merrv-making through the towu. With but one or two exceptions, they are con tented and enjoying themselves. Rev. Mr. Bushee, of Morrisville, deliv ered a very able discourse at the M. Hi. e.hiire.h on SmuhiV mornma: last, lie also officiated at the Branch iu the afternoon The death of Mr. C. N. Thomas, aged about 50 years, occurred on last Friday mornimr. The funeral services took place at the residence on Sunday after noon, Key. MrjAiarsiia-u, assisted Dy uev. Mr. Anderson, officiating. The Stowe Cornet Band has invited the several Sunday-schools in town to join them in a pic-nic in ine grove ot M.r. v. C. Lovejoy, near the road leading to the Hollow, on Wednesday of this, week. nappy results are ea.pe.ut,eu. Those having Fresh Air children should remember to return them to the Vestrv of the Cong'l church promptly at 2 :30 o'clock of Thursday afternoon. August 15, two weeks from the time they were received. Be kind4and see that all pack ages of clothing etc, are suitably done up and that a lunch is provided tor their need during their journey homeward. Mr. E. A. Bishop principal of the Ver mont Methodist Seminary, at Montpelier. and one of the leading educators of the State, will address the friends of educa tion at the Town Hall, on Tuesday even. biff, August 13, at 8 o'clock. The sub ject taken will be "Christian Education, ana we are told that the lecture will be of great interest and free to all who wish to hear. - , , HARiotflCK. Read McLoud's'new advertisement. A. B. Thomas js having a fine time nursing a felon. Dorman Bridgnian is having his house plastered this week. A. T. Way of Burlington has been in town for a few days. J. X. Gale of St. Johnsbury is at work on Mr. Striculan's house. Mrs. Kent has returned from her visit to friends in New Hampshire. John Hutchins of Coos, N. II., was in town Tuesday looking hale aud hearty. Leroy Kent and wife of Calais have been stopping at J. II. McLoud's for a few days. Miss Helen Nevins, a former teacher here, but now of Maine, Is at Prof. Tay lor's on a visit. There is lots of haying to be done yet. and the oldest inhabitant does not re member such a season. The Sunday School picnic was held last Thursday in D. S. Hutchins' large barn on account of the rain, but all had a good time. The two base ball teams here played a game Saturday atternoou, which was much more interesting than the one two weeks before. " ' EAST HARDWICK. Miss Clara Keith is at home. Benny Fay has gone to Maiden, Mass. to work. Bhv. E. E. Rogers is expected to preach here next Sunday. Mr. Strickland and wife have returned from Peake'g Island. Mrs. Pearl and daughter, of St. Johns bury, have been xisiting in town. The storm whiei visited this section the afternoon of July J9, came with the force of a cyclone. Its path was across the south east corner of Hardwick and north west cor ner of Walden. It levelled fenees, uprooted trees and damagec barns. It was the sever est storm while i; lasted, that has visited here for years. C.J. lieU anil 1). IS. Farrand had their barns and sugar places damaged some, and the sii),'ar place of some 500 or 600 trees on the Whipple Warner place was nearly destroyed., Tliey were some of the worst suuerers. WOLCQTT. Miss Bugbe has-been engaged to teach school here the fall term. C. A. Burnell returned to his home in St. Armand on Friday last. L. M. Strong found in the pasture, a very choice heifer with a broken leg. Capt. Porter Crane, wife and daughter of Concord, X. H., are iu town on a visit. C. M. Guver bought one of Col. nyde's colts, fifteen days old, for which he paid 8G0. Seventy fresh air children arrived here on Tuesday last, and were distributed around town. Geo. Guyer of Boston and B.X. Guver and wife of Chicago, are in town, called here by the death of their mother. W. J. Hutchins of Philadelphia, B. M. nutchins of Lake Village and J. C. Hutchins of Stratford, N. H., were in town ou Monday last. Mrs. Ilobert olsom died on Saturday last. The funeral was held at the Devan- port school house on Monday, Rev. D. uroic officiating, assisted by Rev. W. E. Allen. Mrs. Eliza Guver and old resident of tins town, died at Chicago. 111., and her remains were brought here, and funeral held at Universalift church on Wednes day of last week, Rev. I. P. Booth offici ating, assisted by Rev. W. E. Allen. We wish to thank the friends and neighbors who assisted us at the funeral of our mother, also to all who brought in flowers and so beautifully decorated the church, and especially to the choir. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Guyer, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Guyer, G. H. Guyer, Mrs. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Camp. The public money for this town. amounting to $G00.29, has been divided among the several districts as follows) No. 1. gsG1.83; No. 3. $GG.45; No. 3, 807.29; No. 4, $48. G9; No. 5, $44.74; No. 7, $40.79; Xo. 9. $46.29; Xo. 10, $40.04; 1N0. 11. Jjas.IU; JNo. 12, 837.4S; Ko, 13. 844 8G; Xo. 3 Elmore, and Xo. 11 Hard wick, are fractional districts, the former receives $16.63, and the latter 11.02. WATER VI LLE. Mr. and Mrs, Grout spent Sunday in Wolcott. i C. A. Beard has improved the looks of his place with a coat.of paint H. N. Leaeli and Frank Chase have eacn come out"witn a nno team. , Mrs. StowcTif rMorristown was the guest of Will Garviug the past week. Geo. W.Hulburd and Capt. McFarland have been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. L. VV.' Adams' and son of Jeffcr sonville have been visiting lu tOWU the past week, L. T. Greene, and wife of St. Albans have been visiting bis sister, Mrs. A. L. Lara way the past week. J. V. Stevens read a sermon at Union church for L. B. Tenney, who is stopping a few weeks vyith his parents at Water- bury. ' " ' NORTH HYDE PARK. Elder West will preach in Union church next Sabbuth at 5 o'clock p. in. (ieo. 15. Allen and sister have taken a car riage trip to Burlington and vicinity. 1). ('. Smith left Monday on the evening train for Wpringiield, Mass., ou a business trip. ltert E. Newton has returned from Worces ter, Mass., intending to make thiB place Ijiij home for the present. Mrs. Wi'liuma has much improved her lot in the cemetery by having it finely graded. We hope others will follow her example. Mrs. C. A. A. Andrews, with son and dnuuh ter, from Hyde l'urk, Masls., are here visiting tlieir former Home aim muny irienus. Thursday morning a small company of seven, niter collecting vne necessary imple ments that such a party would eventually need, started for the '"biggins " in search of whales and pouts. Alter going a snort dis tance one of the number discovered that Home of thecooking utensils weremissing; back they went and obtained the articles that were left. then started once more. After wending tlieir way lor about two miles, there was a crash anil a smash, and the party piled out in the rain and mud, and discovered that the king-bolt had collapsed. In trying to mend the king-bolt the tongue gave way, and by that tune the tongues of the party were fly ing 2: 40. After repairing the damages with rones, halters and chums, they started iicain one of the party returning home to tell the news. They arrived at tno "nigging Hotel aud hitched the horses at a hay-mow. A blacksmith lihop being near by, the necessary repairs were made. In about two hours they started oa ; going down tho first hill, the nw bolt gave winy, and after that they had music in the air, until they came to the next house, where they borrowed a monkey and stopped the music. They then took a B line for the pond, arriving at about two o'clock, where they refreshed themselves and fished for near ly two hours (having fishermen's luck.) After this they started for home but hardly expect ed to reach there. On their way they met a young sport from the Digging: on being re quested to join them as they were gypsies, he took to his heels and flew over the hill, his coat tails seeming to say, "Fare ye well, gyp ies." As they neared home, some one of the party espied a wild turnip patch, and after partaking of a dozen or more, the caravan moved on, the Doctor bringing up the rear. R. M. R. 1 ne salt trust is at last a thing ac complished. Articles incorporating the North American salt company were rilled out with the Secretary of State at Albany last week. The cap ital is $11,000,000, and the incorpora tors are prominent capitalists of the United States and England. The trust is of British origin. Bucklen's Arnica "Salve. The best salve in the world tor cuts. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, ana an skin eruptions, and dosi tivelv cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money? refunded. Price 26 eeata Dar oox. rxxr wue iw a. U. Uatos. BORN. BEDELL. fn Morristown. July 27, daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bedell. NEWLAND. In Green River, July 31. a daughter 10 air. ami airs. unas. jNewianu. DIED. WILLIAMS. In San Miguel, Cal.. May 29, 1H89, uimui . iiimma, uusuunu Ol AUUie 1. w 111- iams, a native of liranton, Devonshire, England, a former resident of Morr.istown, aged 55 yeart, uiuuuiB, ami uays. Liberation Notice. I hereby (rive mv son. Alton E. Snauldinc the remainder of his minority and will claim none of 1119 earnings or property or pay any ot ins debts after this date. L. W. SPADLDINO. August 7, 1889. 78w3 NOTICE ! To the Tax-payeri of the Town of Wolcott, Vt.: The Town and Hiehway Taxes are now in my hands, ready to receive payment thereon. Four per cent will be allowed if paid on or before Oct. 3, 1889. All Taxes that remain unpaid at that time will be put into tne hands or uie collector for full amount and cost of collection. 78w3 E. W. CRAM, Town Treasurer. VERMONT ACADEMY. One of The Best in New England. Students in every collefro in New England. - A thorough preparation. First class facilities in Enirlish. ItuiMinza new. large and attractive. Laboratories, Gymnasium,and all facilities. Able teachers. Terms moderate. Fall Terra begins Tuesday, September 10. Address VERMONT AUADH.YII, SAAlUaa ltlVi.il, VI. KISCpi J AND- Graded School. W. A. Beebe, Jfrincipal. S. Carrie Chase, Jb-teceptress. This institution ia sir.iintprl in a bonltbTr location, one of the pleasantest of New England's villages, and offers superior advantages to thosn rlesirino t.n nt.or college or to teach. Three Courses of Study are maintained in this school, irrarlua- tion irom eitner or wmcn will be awarded with diplomas. All pu pils are encouraged to enter upon some one of the courses. From the Low Bates of Tuition and Board and facilities for self-boarding, special inducements are anoraed to pupils of limited means. A full corns of tfiaehpra T?volloTif opportunities for the study of Music rainting and Elocution. Wholesome rules in etiquette and gen eral deportment will be reasonably en forced. Fall Term Begins 'Wednesday, September 1889. For further particulars, address the committee. G. W. POTY, A. O. fiATKS. Committee. H. S. WILSON. LAMOILLE COUNTY Insurance Agency ! Hyde Park, Vt. Due Notice of Expiration of Policies Always Given, The following w ell fcnown companies represented Anglo-Nevada, San Francisco, Continental, New York, ASflETtl. $2,626,"0 6,028,34fi 1,613,871 1,379,9.10 156,942 1,718,797 5,061.247 3,200,242 380,000 3,311,391 imperial, London, ... Liberty, New York, -New fern-laud, Rutland, -Orient, Hartford, -PhiBnix, Hartford, Sprinnlield F. A M Springfield, Union Mutual, Montpelier, Vermont Mutual, Montpelier, - Life, Accident and Fidelity. Assets. $125,494,718 13,382,782 774,558 Mutual Life, New York, Travelers, Hartford, nueniy ot uasuauy, sew lors, Steam Boiler & Inspection, ARRETS. $1,270,114 Hartford, IIartf1ordl Large Lines Placed at a Mo ments Notice. Losses Promptly Settled and Paid at This Office. Correspondence bv mail or teleirranh will re ceive prompt atteuUon, ThanVintt my patrons for the generous support iiiHi iiiey nave given me in me past l nope uy fair dealing and prompt attention to their wants to merit a continuance. Please call on or address, H. M. McFARLAND, Hyde Park, Vt. Mathushek Pianos A. 1ST ID WILCOX & WHITE ORGANS. nave you examined the MATHUSHEK PIANO? If not, be sure and do bo before buying and send for mv Terv low nricea and easy teruiH. Thv stand in tune with one-fourth the expense of nav other and are much the cheapest in the end. THE WUXOX WHITE U11UAN3 are too well knownto rvq ulre comment. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Send for Catalogues and prices, A. R. C0WL.ES. Gen. Agent, BARTON VT. SPUING CLOTHS JUMT IN. Nobbv All-Wool Suits, $18 to $28. A nice Hno of worsteds in the latest weave Pantaloons from fc.VftO to (8, all heavy woolens maue up iu a discount. Am agent ror tne new No. 9 Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine. (Jail in and see it and examine cloths. No trouble to show goods. O. L. WOODS. Portland Street. Morrisville, Vt. PEOPLES Great Mark Down ! The time has arrived when we propose to give our patrons a BENEFIT. When we speak, pelase listen. We have a large line of CLOTHING, con sisting of Suits and single Pants, which we will POSITI V close at actually cost prices. We have the finest line of NECK-TIES in this vicinity, which we will sell at 25 per cent, discount. This Is less than cost. Gentlemen's flannel over Shirts and summer Uuderwear at cost. Ladles' 50-cent Underwear at 35 cents and 25-cent Underwear at 19 cents. A large lot of Fans at your own price. A few first-class Parasols at prices never before heard of. A small line of 7-cent Print for 6 cents to close. Battiste cloth and Challies at 6 cents to close, former price 8 and 10 cents A large lot of Canned Corn, Peas and Succotash, first-class in every respect, we will close at 10 cents ; former price 15 cents. We have a large variety of other goods too numerous to mention, which we have decided to close at greatly reduced prices. All goods mentioned above Will be Sold as Advertised for cash only. The above offers will remain open ODly during the month of August. Come early if you wish to secure some of the best bargain ever offered. Bear in mind that we are constantly receiving new goods, which we will sell at very low prices. Each week during the month we shall endeavor to add to our marked-down list. Yours truly, J. H. McLotjd & Co., Hardwick, Vt, LOW PRICES I -A. Ifc Good Quality 39 CTS, Will A Gents White Linen bosom and cuffs, reinforced back and front, endless facings, all sizes 14 to 18 neck. Eegular price 75 cents. We will close this lot at the lowest price ever made, 39 cents each. Call last but a few days. WETHERBY & PAGE, Jeffcr sonville, Vt. NEW MATTINGS ! 3 is a i? s Also a Large Stock of Plant 3i AT c. w. MORRISVILLE, We cordially invite you to call on ua during our sale of Liirwood Suitings! "Which we offer for Ten Days at the unheard of low price of 37 CENTS PER YARD! These goods were bought at a job sale add we can offer them on our counters at less than the wholesale price. You have had no such offer this season, so O-A-IEiILa EARLY", aa the goods will go fast. We guarantee that you cannot match them elsewhere for the same money. Our slock of FLOUR, SALT 11 CHOICE GIIOCEIIIIS, is full of Fine Goods at Bottom Figures. Yours truly, HULBURD & BURISTIAM. Cambridge, Vt., July 24. 37 37 37 ELY - T 3D -- This Week. Buy 39 Unlaundried Shirt, early as this lot will - - VERMONT. m OKIE'S SjW HOW TO BECOME RICH. A "Word VTlth. You, Soys anl Qlrl, Yotmar Hoa. anl Youn? Women. Have you ever thought how important it is that you lay aside some small part ot your daily earnings ? Ought you not to lay the corner stone of a competence now by making a deposit in the Savings' IJank ? Do not say that it isn't worth while to place your little savings in the Bank. It is worth while. It is the very best thing you can do. Do it at once. Let the beginning bo as small as you like. Only make a beginning and then add to it. Every dollar is made up of 100 cents anl every accumulation of wealth, however great, is but an aggre gation of dollars. If during life you lay by a competence to care for you in old age you must lay by the first dollar. Lay that by novo and then look out for the second and the third. To do this is a duty that you owe, not only to your selves and those near and dear to you, but to the community in which you live. The Lamoille County Savings Bank Se Trust Company guarantee the payment of four per cent., and if not withdrawn it is compounded semi-annually. Did you ever think how fast a small deposit regularly made will grow when set to work at interest compounded semi-annually? We think not; and desiring that you may see, we call your attention to the table below. To illustrate the table take for example a daily saving of ten cents. We find that when compounded semi annually at four per cent, it will amount In Four Years to 2200.83 In Ten Years to 445.64 In Twenty Years to 1107.84 In Forty Years to-. -3554 01 IIow many young men worse than fool ishly spend this sum every day of their lives, which, if saved, would in their old age amount to a competence greater than nine out of every ten of the human race enjoy. Amt saved each day. 5 Tears 10 Years 30 Years 40 Years ICent 20.081 44.66 110.781 y.S.40 "710.80 2 Cents 40.16 1 89.12 221 . B6 1 3 Cents 60.24 133.69 332.3B 1066.20 4 Cents 6 Cents 80.331 178.251 443.131 1421.60 653.921 1777.00 I 100.41 22282 10 Cents 200.831 5.G4 I 1107.84 27C9.C1 3654.01 88HS.04 25 Cents 502.07 1 1114.11 1 60 Cents 1 1004.15 1 2228.22 6539.231 17770.09 36M0J9 1 Dollar 2008.31 1 4456.44 11078.471 2 Dollars 4016.63 1)912.88 1 22156.95T 3 Dollars 6024.94 13369.32 I 83235.42 1 1HW20.67 4 Dollars 8033.26 1 1725.76 44313.90 1 142160.76 6 Dollars 110041.67 I 22282.20 65392.371177700796 Despise not the day of small begin nings, but let this day be the day when you will start on the road to a compe tence, if you are not already travelling that way. Imtll Co. Rarlnga Baak Trait C Ilrd Park, Vtrnoal. Merchants Wanting FLOUR, FEED, OIL, NAILS, SALT, &c, will do well to ask for prices before buy ing. Flour and Feed by the car load, special ties. H. A. Slayton & Co., Morrisville, Vt. 1889 CHEROKEE CHIEF! 033 STANDARD. Dark Brown horse, small star, nigh hind ankle white; sonnd, perfect in disposition and gait foaled In l&U ; 15 S-4 hands high, weighs 1100 lbs. ; Sired by Almont Eagle, 1054, record 2.27, (broth- he by Almont 83 (sire of Fanny Wtutuen-poon, dallah 15 (sire of Goldsmith Maid 1.14) he lj 1 I .. . . .. ,n ..; nf Itavl... 9 11.1 V II 1 1 It) naluuiviuuinH iw -' - - 2 18 and 89 others with records of J -30 or better) by LanUseer 203 (sire of Cromwell 2.37. that sired Copeland i.80) he by General Knox 140 (that sired Lady Maud a.18-4, Beulah 2.19-2 and Camors 2.19 8-4) ; 3d dam by Binrgarts Kattler. The blood of Uamblctonian 10 and Mlack Hawk a as combimed in Cherokee Chief 1053 produced such fast performers as Belle Hamlin 1.131-4; Karly Rose 2.20-4; Globe 2.21-2; Almont Jr., 2.2s ; Dolly Davis, 2.29, and Westmont pacing record 2.13 34. Cherokee Chief J 053 will make the sea son of 1880 at the stables of Utton Bros., Morria- S15 to Warrant. ith the usual return nrlvilcee: accidents and escapes at owners ris&. T. W. UTTOIM. A CARD I As the wheels of time slowly revolving bring to us another spring-time I would like to callt be ittnntion of the citizens of Morristown andrt cinity to the hundreds of wheels revolving on the celebrated Marshall carriages ana vt agons useu for years on your roads. As usual I shall bring several car loads to supply the ever increasing demand for my work. My assortment will em brace all the leading styles of top and open car riages and wagons, both light and heavy, and we feel sure we can suit everyone in want of a good article at a low price. Our aim it to mak the bert, believing it Is economy for the purchas er in the end. All intending to get a carriage or wagon this spring will do well to wait and ex amine our stock and learn our prices before closing a trade with anyone. He shall have our goods ready for inspection as soon as the roads are settled. All inquiries, elthor In per son or by letter, should be addressed to Geo. W. Dyke, MorriBville, or Martin C.Barber, Water bury. I also keep a full line of new driving har nesses; have tor sale several good horses; am also agent for the Buckeye mowing machine, manure spreaders and several kinds of horse rakes. Thanking all for past favors and hoping for a continuance of the same. I am, .Respectfully, U.W.MARSHALL, aprlSm Kingston, N. H. Fire, Life, Accident INSURANCE. Both Stock and Mutual Com anlea Represented. STRONG COMPANIES, LOWEST KATES. FAIR DEALING. Good Farm and Village Dwelling Risks written lor one por oast, tot live years. Capital Represented, $84,600,000 g. 0. riSg. Morrlartllfl. Tt. 8 TATE NORMAL SCHOOL. JOIIXIOI, TIBMOST, Terms of 20 weeks each begin the 1st Tuesday Of September and ttd Tuesday of February. A. U. OAJtrBKLL. Fh. D. Vrtnoipai.