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MORRISVILLE and HYDE PARK, Thursday, February 26. 1891. The St. Albans Messenger lias long avoitled it but at last joins the "plate matter" brigade. Senator-elect Kyle of South Da kota announces himself as an "incle erat'' which is a sort of political " what is it." President Harrison has appointed ex-Gov. Foster of Ohio as Secretary of the Treasury. The selection is considered a good one by both finan ciers and the public generally. What Reciprocity Means. It will be remembered that when Secretary Blaine first announced his reciprocity project the democratic and mugwump free traders loud ly welcomed him to their ranks, but the secretary declined to take the hand of fellowship, explaining that reciprocity between two coun tries did not mean free trade to all the world. Now reciprocity with Brazil is an established fact the dem ocrats are again loudly proclaiming it to be a Tictory for free trade, and the Albany Journal calls them to or der, making the following state ments : Every republican protectionist in congress last fall voted for the reci procity clause of the McKinlev law, under which the agreement with Bra zil was reached. Every free trade democrat voted against it. Reciprocity with Brazil is a Mc K nl y provision. Reciprocity with Brazil does not impair our protective system one iot . Reciprocity with Brazil is in har mony and consistency w ith protect ive pr.ncipies. IleeiDrOcitv with Tirnzil ia ii nm tective means of extending the for eign tr ade of the Lmted States. Recinroeitv with Tirn7il ia nr, founding the enemies of protection ana leading democrats into the com mission of nonsensical blunders. McKinley Prices on Doughnuts. While I was at Tacoma a dilapi dated specimen of humanity who had evidently been on an all-night debauch, staggered one morning'at daybreak into a. low restaurant that runs all day and all night. He called for coffee and doughnuts. From the time when a drunken man's memory runneth not to the contrary, tour doughnuts had constituted a por tion. But this time the waiter ap peared with a cup of coffee and three douo-hnuts. " What do you mean by bringing me only three doughnuts?'' exclaimed the surprised customer. " Why, sir," stammered the waiter, "you see since the McKin " Up sprang the irate customer, and, seizing the waiter by the collar, ex claimed with an oath: "Bov. if vou undertake to work that air racket onto me, l'il knock your two eyes into one. Bring me that other doughnut." And the other doughnut came. Joseph Niinno, Jr., in the New York Tribune. How to Build Up a Town. An exchange, in telling its readers how to "build up" a town, uses the following language: "Buy of ped diers as often and as much as possi ble. Denounce your merchants be cause they make a profit on their goods. Glory in the downfall of a man who has done mnfii i.i,a,i the city. Make your town out a very u"" I'l.ice, arm sraoevery chance you get. Refuse to unite in any scheme jur me uetierment of the material in terests of the people. Tell your mer- . ixi ii is ,uu can uuy roods a great deal cheaper in some other town, and charge them with extortion. Keep every went you get and don't do any thing of a public nature unless you can get something out of it directly. If you have anything to say of your town say it in such a way as to leave the impression that you have no faith ln it. If a stranger comes to town tell him everything is overdone, and predict a general crash of the town m the near future. Keep up a di vided public sentiment and knife ev ery man who disagrees with vou on the best method ness. If you ar a merchanC don't advertise in your home paper, buy a rubber stamn nml nw it ........ Juu lf"w uimes, ana make the pa per look like it was published in a one horse town. If you are a farme enrse the town where you trade as "itr meanest piace on earth. Talk t., iu your neighbors. Make them believe the business men are all rob bers and thieve. It will make your property much less valuable; but -iu not care. STATE NEWS. Citizens at South Danville are try ing to establish a creamery there. The debt of the town of I'oultney was decreased $2y.)G.81 during liSiK). A Proctersville lad slid into a bar bed wire fence and was badly cut about his face. The town of Grot on is nearly out of debt, there being only $ 1000 or $1500 still owing. " There are now 0!) veterans at the soldier's home, Bennington, two having died within a week. Mrs. O. H. Barber of Hinesburgh had nine canary birds smothered by a hot fire in the kitchen stove. On Saturday night, at Vergennes, Jed D. Rock, aged 2i, suicided by shooting himselt turougn tne nearc. Workmen at Feru cut 19 12 foot los from the body of a single pine and had an 8 foot log left measuring over 300 feet long. 'Uncle" Daniel Hopkins of Tun bridge died recently at the poor house, aged 89 years. He was the oldest person in tow n. While at work blasting at Poult ney, R. W. Roberts, in loading a drill hole w hich contained a bit of burning fuse was badly burned. Hon. Cvnis.Termino-s is vprv spvirms- ly ill at his home in Hortonville, and it is leared that he will not recover. He was a member of the last senate. At Rutland on Priilnv Tlnviil Walker, foreman in the Morley & Stod dard mills, was struck in the buck by a stick from a saw, and had a rib broken. John J. Jones of fastlptmi lms sold a gravel bed to the Delaware & Hudson company for $5000. It is claimed that the supply is almost mexnaustiDie. Hunt A. At T?fntti Tina Eril.1 liia lands in Granby, Guildhall and Maid stone, some (500 acres, to Messrs. Danforth, Pat tee and Clark of North Strafiord, N. H. Anv Vermont, fnrmer ilcuirino" n copy of tlie last annual report ofhe rci-.iie Agricultural experiment; Sta tion may secure one by addressing that station, Burlington, Vt. Post master Bowman of St Jolma. bury has issued a printed booklet containing pictures of the employees of the St. Johnibury office and sta tistics oi tne business done in 1890. C. J. Alger of Burlington, former editor of the Burlington Independent, which he founded June 20, 1885. is verv low from Britrht's dispjisp of tho kidneys, and his death is expected at any time. Mrs. Charlotte Franklin of Gnill ford, who is in her 91st year, is sup- poseu to oe tne oldest person in town. She retains her fiienlties to remarkable degree, spins, knits, and moves about the house as snrv as girl of sixteen. The Steel Edcre Stnmninir nnd Tin. - J O tining company at east Barre made recently what is said to he th pressed tin pan out of all American . j : i ...i. i , . iiiiiLeriai. vi ui .American nine unerv and American workmen, ever m.-in ufactured in that way in this country. Capt. Humphrey of East Burke, wno is nearly vo years old, was tound unconscious and remained so lor some time. The attack left him blind but not paralized. Cant Hum phrey was born and always lived on .. j- a . . - . it lurra auu never mi Ked a cow in n Ii le. (ieneral order No. 1. bv D T, Mor gan, the new department commauder oi tne Vermont u. A. K., makes the ioiiowm; appointments: Assistant adjutant general, C. C. Kinsman, iiutiand; department inspector, A. O. Gates. Morrisville: iinlora nrivn. cate, T. 0. Seaver. Woodstock ; chief mustering omcer, u. K. liagley, Mont- jjener. The fishing- rod fictnrv of T TT Chubb at Post Mills, one of the most extensive establishments of its kind I in the United States, was burned iMonday evening. The fire caught in the varnish room and the destruction of the building and its contents, in cluding much valuable machinerv. was very rapid. The covered bridge across the river was also burned. Chubb's loss is upwards of $30,000. lusurauue t ,ouu. It is reported that, a m.nti ia trovol ing through Vermont and northern iew iotk imnosin- nnon i:mn,i Armv men bv nretendino- too-ptd-itua for a soldier's history. Some quest ions are asKea oi the intended victim, and he is rermstpil to ci-n Mo name to them in order to show the authority lor publishing. After a few davs those interviewed o-ot. n 1 history, and are somewhat surprised to find their signature to a con tract which binds them to take the uoofc. Vermont's Centennial, Wells, Vt., Jan. 31, 1891 I Itu liiiriflvn! voii l'si Iron i t lie ft iml li of next March, on the last day of the second year of President Washing ton's administration, Vermont was admitted into the family of states. After having formed a state consti tution in 1777. she netitioneil nml struggled for fourteen years before , i. ... " i i. LU I lit? V1111U11. llt'lllj Kept out hv tlie inflnene of v Yr,-L- which state claimed to own the ter ritory by virtue ot a grant from Charles I., after it had been char tered by New Hampshire to its then occupants. Washington had a large iimuencein promoting ner admission. The earlv settlers were rolmut. ;rwl enternrisinr. and snt themsel VPS verv- ii i i j- . , J furncsiiy ax wofk 10 maKe ior t neni i i ... selves nomes in T ie wi iet nea stntn Many of them were fresh from the battlefields of the Revolution, com- nigiargeiy lrom t onnecticut. Soon churches, colleges, and sclionls were estapiisned. Ma very, which was pei- mitten in nil the other etnto wnc interdicted and never jrained a foot- , ... . . . C3- hoiu in the state. Vermont npvt n Afnino ia tl-in fip niinp- stslte of 'ev Plno-land Tn Lei virgin state she was densely clothed w-itn timber oi an kinds common to the latitude. She was foremost in introducing improved breeds of hors es fthpeTk nnd f-uttle Tiio irrT 1.0-1711. 1 Spanish meriuo was improved into the America a uienuo, me nuest sneep in the world. The Morgan and black Thnwk liorsea orioMnntorl lick,. All the cereals, fruits, and vegetables of iL .1 11 ft .it inemiuaie zones nourish here. Ver mont makes more maple sugar than any otner state; her butter and cheese command the highest price. She has ever heen nromnt, nnd nntri. ote to do her duty as a member of tht"4Tnion. This has been the birthplace of many 01 tne brightest men of this . . j r tit 1 . aanon, ootn oi those who remained and those who emigrated. Notwith sranmng this splendid record, a shadow seems to have settled 011 her in recent years. All the other New England states iire eret.timr nliend Massachusetts has twelve times the population; Aew Hampshire and Rhode Island have more neonle and twice the wealth. Vermont lacks the advantages of a, seaport, but has water communication with i nnmia and New York city. She has im mense deposits 01 marble, granite, lime and Slate, iron and 1-onner Then why has she fallen back in the -jrocession 1 it mere is any good in stringent prohibitory laws she has had the benefit of it. Surrounded us she is by states in which liquor is at tainable, v ermont seems to have all of the disadvantages of the lienor trade with little corresrioiilinrr l.nf fit, as immense sums go out of the state in pront to other states for li quors consumed in that state. A few Vears atro Vermont ennnte.l a lust law to enna ize tsivsition uo that personal propertv should iwv its share of the taxes but this seems to have had the effect of draining the state of its resources, as mnnt people have left or invested their 1 1 ; money eisewnere, to evade taxation. IJUT little Pension monev oomea here as the soldiers who have left, tlie State are now drnwintr nonrl r o t-- ill ion of dollars. wlnVh VmrWl mained, would have added so much to the wealth of the state A not her draw back to the wealth of the state is the excessive charges on freight imposed bv our railroads it noatino. , , " , . . " us mucn to snip goods from the east nne 01 tne state to lioston one hun dred miles. as it does from fhienn-o one thousand miles. The viliagesof tlie state, what there are, lie mostly on the borders, and all Pllt too-etlier ,l -. . . . uu 110c -onstitute a larger market than one interior eitv of MnsKneJm- setts. Thev derive a. l:irre uli5-re of their supplies of farming products uwiuttuer statss. Again, tliore are quixotic movements spreading all over the state, to build up the farm ing interest to tue exclusion of the The New Department Officers. 1). L. MOHIJAX. Comrade D. Moipa,, of Rut land, the new department com mander is not a native of this State, out he lias lived in this State so long and taken so lively- an interest 111 its affairs that, he h-.is come to have all the characteristics of a genuine Vei inonler. He was born in Boston in 184G and yvhile he was .yet a boy his father went to Minn esota: and became one of t he pioneers in Minneapolis. At the early age of 17 young Morgan enlisted 'in the old first Minnesota regiment, which had been sent home to recruit after beinsr fearfully- decimated in the battle of Gettysburg. His regiment yvas sent immediately to the army of the Potomac and there maintain ed its record until the surrender at Appomattox. After the war lie re turned to Boston, where he remained until 1870 yvhen he became a citizen of Rutland. He at first en ured in mercantile rmrMiiitu lmt. of late vears he lias heen intereute1 in real estate and building and has been Identified with urmeets to nromoto . .. . j,. v. ... the industrial groyvth of his adopt ed place. He has been one of the most active memliers of TJolierta nout. of which he is a past commander. He has taken a prominent part in recent State encampments and he has attended a number ot nation al encampments. Burlington vet erans and their friends yvonld. of course, have liked to see Mr. Trick elected commander, but noyv that Department Commander Morgan is .,4. jl... u 1 - e -1 . . aij me neau 01 xne department, he will receive lova siinnurt, from the veterans of Burlimrton as well as those in other parts of the State and all will join in the hope that the department yv 1 continue to tionr sh under his administration n it l as in tne past. geo. yv. poty. Serireant Georo-e AV Dotv of Morrisville, yvho yvas elected f-enior vice commander, lias Keen us mael. ind as varied service as probably any other old soldier in ermont or any other State for that mat ter. He yvas with John Hi own in Kansas m 1S57 and helned to iw perse the ruffians yvho infested tin borders of that State. In iNf.Ohe crossed the plains to Leadville dnvinsr a voke of oxen 80(1 miles He returned shortly to Vermont and yvas the first man to enlist, ft o?n Lamoille county. Col. U. A. Wood bury being the second. Comrade Doty yvent out in Co. F. of the Second y ermont. lie yvas in mm. of i early battles of the war, and served m the V ermont color guard through l,,x 1... 1).,..: 1 . . rv mcr 111c A I'UltlNUlil i i 1 nil m Mu 1 was promoted to ser.o-eant, at, the second battle of Bull Run Tn the battle of Fredericksbu vrr Vie wiia wounded, and he still carries the minie-ball in his ler. Serjeant, iv.i. has been prominent as well as act ive in the Grand Armv. Tie wa commander of J. M. via of Morrisville for seven years, and as president of the Lamoille Vallev veterans association he enntrilmted in no small degree to the success of that organization.- He yvas colonel on the staff of Gen. Karnshavv, yvhen the latter yvas commander-in- chief, and filled the same position on the staff of Gen. Alger last year. H. A. DUDLEY. Comrade H. A. Dudlev of T derry, the new junior vice-commander, entered the service at an early I period ot the yvar. and ho aonwi in the Fourth Vermont, doing cred itable service, lie is a, mem hot- of i,oi. oeorge y . Hooker post of Londonderry, and has labored faith- IUiiy to promote the interests of the Grand Army of the Republic lie win maKe ail excel en t, den.art 1. iti I " iucui unicer. ELMORE. .Jiiilsari Pinker of Barrr. an Mil rrnidcnt, wns in town lu.st week on iniKineiss. V . K. Colliy of yVfHt RiM-liii. a former reni ilent . witli liiis wile, ia visiting old fiimidn and neililioiH here. Arthur I.nnplier is tit liis futher's. Harvey Lanpliei V, to entertain the measles, his lie the seventh ease in this family. Mi. Sal. rinii Hill is ill with bilious fever nt ier ihmj.-hter'K, Mis. (Jeo. Wiltshire. Her life has heen despaired t,f but she is now im proving. A disease resembling winter eholera is prev alent here. There have been three cases in . B Harris' family, viz.: F. M. Harris, J rs. yv. K. Harris and Millard Wiltshire. Many others are afflicted. Sunday evening Itev. Mr. Douglas conduct ed a bible reading Bervice, each person pres ent reaijing passages indicated by slips of , . uiruiuuicu, wnicti were in turn ex pounded by the pastor. The theme was "rnith, the necessity and the fruits." The service wus very interesting and impressive, lo-night (Monday) Rev. Air Allen of Wol eott is expected to speak to the people. It is intended to hold special meetings nearlv every evening of this week if the interest warrants, (tarniets, attention! As one of the series of special meetings is intended for Thursday evening of this week, the ex-committee of the ! ai mers league have decided, in the interest ol both meetings, to postpone the league meeting until Saturday, the SiSth, at, 1.30 p. m. 1 lie subject for discussion is: '-How sua I we best market our farm products?" lo be opened by A. E. Merriam, and followed by tree discussion. Let there be a good at- --........vt. iremcmuer Tne uate.) EAST ELMORE. yet 18 VPTy BitkIy but n0t man d,'atha a8 Mr William Way is sick; also Edward bhaekett. Kobert Rennie has been quite sick, lmt is brtter now. If you want to see the nicest and largest lot of house plants call on Mrs. William .Straw. Salem Vigaent is having good luck selling his liniment, which isvery good for distemper and hard colds. Mrs. Burt Lang and Mrs. Charles Webber re -entry went to Cruftsbury to see their mother, who is quite feeble. FLETCHER. Murray Montague is nt work in the bobbin factory. Dayton Lord, of .St. Albans, visited friends heie last week. W. B. Hooper will work for Leslie Church through sugaring. Mrs. Johnson has gone to house-keeping in her new home in St. Jolinsbury. Ira Farnsworth of Went ford, with his daughter Delia, visited friends here lust week- Elislin. llnvitf ti-lir. I.n. ..1 . . ----- ' ". "no uct-u jllinfllb iiuiuilg tnends in yv'estford for several weeks, has re- iui lieu iioiue. The cross reeintn tho sM-o.... - -,- .... I'.DII nuijiffr Or VMfi n t- I '....... I t. T?-: i . . 0,1 w " "'"iwiareucii- CharlfH KlIlU- Uill vannn T).. :i r - "... me jiunt-v uiriii, and ueone KMm nf Puiv u;n p .t. itiii muc uinr u" iiiiariu nils yeur. Mr. nnd Mr H, tt;., i. i i with their Miiiifrlitnf in w.tfo.! n will rcmam with her indefinitely. O. L. Pniro is ti luaim i: t t-- 1 farm where he has been for Beveral veara aiiu moves on ti u pn xr.,,i....i. '. tambndse. C H PnrHntia luft- ltn.n T i for BiirlinirtoTi. n- i un . ff;-and jnror of the U. S. Circuit Court which H. A. MontjHmp OT.,i k ?.r ville. are visiting at his father's E. K. Montagues. A young gentleman of the same place is also visiting there. Mrs.Kslnv u-li.- Ill 1. a . i . - ..uo vmiiiiiginenns in tletcher for several weeks returned to Fair fax on .Saturday. She can move about the .luuiro some on a wneel-chair but is feeble. Old nail vfim. I,..,... ..1 .1 inifii auvauinge 01 the hue condition of the roads for cousting the past week, and indulged in this pastime largely. 1 wo or three traverses and various liand-sleds have heen in active operation borne accidents Imva . , . , ,mr.j, me UIOSD serious of which was to Belle Hiee. who hA two teeth knocked out. Frank Hownr.t urkn was steering lost control of the traverse, which ran into a stone-wnli ..11 i. cupants were bruised or lamed. ! family to Cabot The Largest Farm In the World In the extreme Konthwewt f,Ai,m, ... . I- . V 1 ,11 I J 1 IjOUIHiana lies t ie Lirrreat nro.ln.ir. farm in the world. Measurinc- loo miles north and south nrwi m. east and yveKt. it is ' - - - - v. M U1 T I fV. I 1 ' . jtieu uy a tsynuicate ot nortliern cut). itulists. Tlift i.noo.nnn purchased in from the ctoa r uuieiana ami lrom the United states government. At that time it Admiral Porters famous joke on The I rtnL.li,i.nfn.. T; 1 i . at VICKSOUrg Will always be rememberer! in with the story of his services during uie war 01 ine rebellion. He fitted up a flat boat inimifntior. nfn : ......... r..ilUR.e-tacK 01 pork barrels and constructed a furnace of clav ui.u.-. iL. uen DuiKimcr a fire within he set the craft afloat, The black smoke poured out, of tbe ,.1,; and when the rebels caught siVht of .jc..-, iv,BLt.r mey supiiosed their time had come. As the boat iii-proaeiieii y lcksburg the rebel guns were opened upon it in terrible ear nest. It yvas riddled with shot and nearly torn to pieces, yet it didn't sink. Meanwhile t WO fori Ptwlk. lron-clads yvere run aground to tret l,m . . . . c .1 ... t uu" uanger, and the yvhole L 10 ine renew was estimated at fi.uw,uw. it was a very costlv . . I - -i- I L A. . , - , " - jukb lu tneni. opnngneia L nion To use a terse and hornelv phrase, my friends, let us mind our own bus iness. There is enoinrh to !..;. 1.1 in our oyyn lives; let us be unmindful of tne aaairs or others except m so far 1 . 1 1 r . - . . necau ue neipiui anu 01 real ben eSt. Let us be charitable in all our conclusions, mindful of the fact that we so often need the cloak of charity win. reives, as we would yvish to be juugeij, so let us judge others al ways with kindly spirit, ever with a uniei ia xne better part of self. Strew n, uuer yvnere others throw a stone, fill your lives so full of sunshine li 41 ev 1 reports will find no place V , ' JtoP a Pttv scan- da by some pretty story of woman ly kindness. Make your life a bright spot in this world, and when you see mere you throw a smile, and Whether it be morn I . , " uum Ul UI"I1L, Jet the sunny side of your nature al- . aD mil meridian. Ladies aioine journal. was a vast "razino- land for tbe eot tie 01 the tew dealers of the neighbor hood, over oO,000 head of half-wild nurses anu earr e tieinn- t inmnn Xow this immense tractis rlivi,lei into convenient nastn liuiuuet, existing every hix miles The fomnmr nlfnt nnai-. in fii tw;.i. c " ijjc lit: 1 ii ij- borhood of .".0 OfiO Tl.o i.r.,i ; best adapted for rice, sugar, corn and cotton. All cultivation, ditch ing, etc.. is done bv steam rinuor A tract, say half a mile wide, is taken, and an engine is placed on each side. The engines are nort.nl il nml orn ate a cable attached to four plows. u.uu uuuer ims arrangement thirty acres are trone over witb t. i.,i .... tun jii.uwi of three men. Harrowing, planting, aimuuici cuniviuiou is oone in like manner. There is not o u;r..,i draught horse on the entire place. i-uurse norses are used for the herders of cattle of ul. 10,000 head. The .Southern I'acific railway runs for thirtv-six miles throuo-h the farm Tim o.T.... . - " v . , 1 1 j , 1 1 jy nave three steamboats operating on the waters of their estates, of which there is 300 mdes navnWn ti, have an ice house, a. lmnir yard, and a rice mill. South Dakota tumoio,,! .1 . ....... tv VUMii'V man, and New Hampshire a physi- ii Ji 1 Y"utu flutes senate. All the learned professions are now represented in that distinguished Just think of it! 7 bars of the lai.ioiiB Brussels soap (no rr sin) for ... cents, at Mrong & Wood's, J.tJUK I il l Iv. Killed while Coasting. The Free Press reeowla a r.-r..i t - ' .."J " Kill 1U accident Wnicn lifirineried fhn 1,.4. . , f l i.wir7 ittnt Inursdav nicht. resnltino- in tt, i most instant rleath of Um r,.i. - - ' ' 1 - UUllll 1 haneuf. and the seriona ir,;,,,.,, ' - ,,,, 1 ui 4-.,. . XI . 1 . . " two ui Liiree orners ra iVr,i. - - ' ' ' - x 1IIUA Vynne had the left side of her face cut ooen almost, the who a i,,n. ....... itui 11 and a number nf ilisloentiono .....1 cuts on the head, but will probably recover: Miss Ella Osborne h-.a r - ...... II, 1 lip split open, her head and face 1 ... .11 . 1 1 1 r uauiy scratcneci; iieman Anthony, brother to Mrs. Phanenf hmi 1,'iu shoulder hurt badly. Some other occupants of the traverse yvere quite badlv scratched, hut none so m oi. in any danger. The party yvere listing on nowaru street, when the steersman suddenly found hi'mm-df un able to manage the traverse, which uusneo straight on to the railroad track. The runner .en no-lit, in f,-rr ot a switch and the occupants were thrown in ever ydirection, Mrs. I'ha neuf striking on a switch handle, which penetrated her , . , . . ' " J T MMODIllil in to the hrmn nnl J. oil, leaving a portion of the brain m view. She lived only 30 .minutes. manufacturing aud all other inter ests. 1 he farmer is the natural riv-n I of everv Other farmer raisino- the same prodncts, and it yvould be"more sensible ior mm to bend his energies to build 11D Other intereta ho tbot he may haye customers for his pro ducts ax nome, Then there is a heavy drain on the resources of tlie people m the custom ot man? to lmv Liieu- supplies directly trom the dis tant cities so that, the' reap all the profits of this trade wnicn suou (l en to the liome mot. chants. There ceptions, but the home merchant if latromzed would sunn Iv mnrf n-oolj iis cneapiyas tne city merchant does vur jitue state is peculiarlv situated it is lonr and narrow. Tt lma l.n fashionable for a couple that are to nt; married to pay nve or ten dollars and sometimes more nml n i,i- majority of these young men are comparatively poor; but these poor boys think thev must, nnv n mn,.h as one of their rich neighbor's bovs did or be thoucht nothino- of .:n the justice or the minister la loot-inn. ior it. inose contemplating matri monv think it over, nnd n i,ii-m ro jonty of our marriages are solem nized over tne line. y by not stop this in a measure? renonl om. .. .. riage layv, then let the state furnish tnetoyvn and city clerks with blank contracts betyveen rmrtiea V.m-e ilom sign this and the clerk record it, and inac oe a lawiul marriage, fee one dollar, and a fine of ten ioii..rU o,. taking more, unless' called to the JIOU.se. Wlien tlie tee need not. l.o lim ited. I think sometb would keep thousands"of dollars in ine state, and then it would be hon- oiaoie ior tne poor boy to par one dollar. Vermont seems to be drifting into tne condition which Ireland is in noyv, a purely agricultural state. This may suit other states but it is death to Vermont interests. No peo- uie ui tne world ever nourished on tillage ot the soil alone, nnd V.. mont, singular as it may seem, buys largely of cereals, vegetables, fertil izers, fuel and fruit which she might raise yvithin her oyvn limits. With all these drains and drawbacks is it any wonder that Vermont should have hundreds of th of abandoned lands? Thf elfeet of these it must be obvious is to cripple Lue srate ana Hinder investments in mnnuiactunne-. 1 1 ml she muniifw turing villages like the other states she yvould have more of n. home mar ket for her perishable products yvhich vhiuiol ue sent to distant markets. She ousrht to raise her own corn nnd oats if no other crops, and not de- I'cnu, u our iarmers mostly do, on dairy, poultry and potatoes II ndel- existing circumstances it is no yvon- der that SO manv of our neorde umL- abroad yvhat seems to be denied them at home. John Bahde.v. In his H5th vear. Baked Bread for Soldiery Whjle.the oatxie saged. In his reminiscences of fiettrslmro- 1.1:. 1. -.1 ,1 . .. . f uuunsiied m tne Aorrn A inei-i.-.-.n Hevieyv for February, Gen. Henry W. Slocum narrates this interestin incident: "AVe called nt, tile hri-to yvhich has always been an object of uiiei-esD to an wno visit this field. Near the line occupied bv the I under command of Geh. J. Il.Carr ot lroy. N. 1.. stands a. little one- story house, yvhich nt, the time of i.1 t j 1 1 . 1. ne oattie yvas occupied by a Mrs. nugers una ner daughter. On the morning of Jul v 2 Gen. Can- stormed ti,.. 1 1 i. ... . " r 1 ul mi- nuuse anu iound thedaughter, a girl about eighteen years of age, alone, busily engaged' in baking oread, lie in ormei her Hint. . great battle yvas inevitable and ad vised her to seek a nl ace of :i fet v at once. She said she had a batch of bread baklllC- in the oren nml ul.e would remain until it yvas baked and then leave. When her bread was bilked it yvas triven to our soldiera and devoured so eagerly that she concluded to remain' and bake an other batch. And SO she continued to the end of the battle, baking and giving her bread to all yvho came. The irrerit artillerv .1 nel n-liieli shook the earth for miles around did not drive her from her oven Ti.-t. ett's men, who charged past her limine, luuud ner quietly baking her bread and distributing it to the hun gry. When the battle yvas over her house yvas found to be riddled wit). Snot and She . iind seventeen .!.... I . J - .... n 1. n nruii bodies yvere taken lrom the house and cellar; the bodies of yvounded men who had crayvled to the little d,.-..n ing for shelter. Twenty years after me ciuse 01 trie war lien. I arr s men and others held a ornnd Gettysburg; and learning that Josephine Rogers yvas still living, but had married and tn idence in Ohio, they sent for her, paid her passage from her home to Gettys burg and back, nnd laid 1 1 iir rt't- - ti her old home and tell them the story which thev all knew so well ThJu decorated her yvith a score of army uauges, and sent her back a happy woman. Whv should not ti,e nrJ immortalize Josejihine Kogers as did jji 1 iHiru r rieicnie; Wixooski Visiteo rv Viuv ter rible tire broke out in the brick cot ton mill at Winooski. Tiiesdavmorn inr. The mill was cornnletelv de stroyed. The flames spread, de- sLi oviri"- a sued 1 I leer, nun-, vv 1 eh yvas filled with dry sawed lumber. Liiree cottages, and a three-story house ndioininp-. a, house nml u,i ,...l other buildings three-fourths of a mile from the mill. Several other bUlldintrs took fire but, guished. The loss was about $175,- uuu; TiiirtlV insured. The tire t iro uH 11 1 11 1 several nundreo nanus out of em ployment. It is a trrent loss to Win I.; UOSKI. . The Planets In February. enus is at e-re.-itest .out..i. gation this month. It rises about 4 o clock in the morning. .Mercurv is also can be best seen early in'Februarv lllstt. llnfno oi, J .. ... ivi ciuill IM.. Jupiter v-w in.u viiv ouii ior advantageous observation. It rises in the morning about G.30. Saturn and Mars -nn i.e a.u.n in n,,. - t 11 in int.- evening. The la tter however, sets a t iiuuur si.. n,H ,s ra.t)Pr too far from the earth to 1 a telescope object. -o- . ConcernlnK Cards of Thanks. From the Middlelmrv II. It would 1 M lilt ni'net rt -"wwvnmi ijyj Jlt-,tl the comments of a man of th twenty first century if. in reading a file of - ,i - - ' i r , nt; should come upon some of the cards of thanks. He yvould infer, and nat urally eUOUSlll. that, the neonle of 1 he nineteenth century did not common ly assist in the burial of their neiirhbors and frienda help them yvhen fire broke out in their houses. Thoue min!r,.t,t,.f;n,... - ... .... niii'iii ii puii imiin of kindly feeling one towards another were, he would l-enson eveeeilinn-Nr rare, so much so tlmt 1 1,,, - w - ' HIO Pill ( l relatives felt bound to ndt-ertiae ti.u fact if it wns a funeral at yvhich they yvere observed or- ti " - j vui. '"Ill 1 fi the property, if it was a tire. HARDWICK. Town meeting next week. The town reports are out. The viliuge school begins again Wednesday. Sim Swerdfeger moved h Thursday. Geo Swerdfeger is to occupy the house va cated by his brother. 33 births, 35 deaths, and 10 marriages in Hardwick the past year. C. B. LaClaire and the Bashaw Brothetw tiave .i..i , ii i.renty , . . I'erley Shattiiok was at VVoleott a couple of days this week on account of Freds sick ness. J.-H. MeLoud and M. E. Tucker went to Burlington and Montpelier Monday to inves tigate t he cost of a water system. BELATED. 0. E. McrrilliR nml lvifu , " ' in nt v. ii over Sunday. Mrs. .1 V n,illn r.T.,1 If rr T , ,. both have new pianos. D. S. Coot Rllil U-ifo nn.l f T 1 r . - 1 1UIK. IfcttJU OI I narleston, were m town over Sunday. The warning for the annual March meet ing posted in several places according to law. " David Strickland h flu un7l fha Tnn 4-1 Wiira house tn hi an 'h u 4.-. t. land. . j. I hureh. Kuni nv VnU 1 it a r- "v J J - O . lUU- akison ofhciatin. The rpnortrt nf tho tnvm nii:n... u ' "iinrin iur Lilt? y?ur are beinir nvmtwil nnH n,;u i. i . ..... " " r icuuv iur uimlhihuioii toe mm ot tne week. The town pIwL- h the last ten da.vH. SliHtturk nays it has iit-!. II.IUIHUI persuauing to get it in that tUllUHIUII. Tlie Hl(rk lit nmririuiu a T. .:.! IlLIlfl. M VA I . A U.itim tn ;. r r T ii... way and (Jauiu:htert and several others. Sick with severe co1(1h. W e had n. hpvppp irh1 wva i. . , ' iMiu,v IMHIll flll'l l.llfrillillll MI MPS Tori WT OW,t t ... I I r. . - 22 3 below Siltlirdnv nml ins n 1 4 day morning, and Monday morning it was .tin inii . The case llride-mnn v Pniir . ten (lavs trml nt. piL'nri.f .....o ,1..:.j..j . r ; " ' - -i.-i-iutfu ii v a jury in favor of the plaintiff. This was the mini mm. unci jirounuiy ends one of the most hotly contested cases in imrr l... v- mont. Messrs. Fllllerfriin nnd Hnwlun I, .. . i . ....j mill- ueeu j ii io n a icw nays, f rom a conversation had with Mr. Fullerton it seems it would take but a smull outlay from a few of our citizens to have their Granite Cutting Works re moved here from Manchester, Vt., and the question is wiil our citizens do it. Any way let us try it and see what it willumount to. A well attended village meeting at the Town Hall, Saturday eve.. Feb. 14th The meeting was called to order by D. Bridgman, President, who asked to be excused from prel siding and J. II. MeLoud was elected chair man; and in the absence of Clerk Hathnwnv Ira A. l-ilinttnck was elected Clerk pro tern 1 he report of the committee on by-laws was read by J. H. MeLoud. and the'same were accepted and adopted as the bv-laws of the ilbige of Hardwick. .1. H. MeLoud also road the report of the Committee on the liter Supply, w hich included a proposition of the Hn rtl ku c 1 '-" .. . V i I, TV 1 . w w:re ,"'-te,J 1,8 follows: I. II. .Mil. Olid M K Ti,l j ii t. , - - - " rr mill II. IS. Ma.k to further investigate the cost of a IUU" '.v ior Dotti domestic nnd fire ,m,, u,, lo report tlie same at a future ...... ...j,. ALL SOkTS. ibuk Tyvain h is invested upyvard of $170,000 in a typesetting ma chine. Ask Your Friends Aiioi-t It. Your dis tressing cough can be cured. We know it be cause Kemp's Balsam within the past few years has cured so many coughs and colds in this community. Its remarkable sale has been won entirely by its genuine merit. Ask some friend who Iimh nuii ir u-i... I- i. . i.. . , . ", lie iiiiiiks ot Kemp s Iiiilmni. '1 here is no medicine so lime, none mi enecnve. iarge bottles 50c emu -pL ul un uruggims Jav Gould has been a resident of ieyv l oik since JS.iO Tie u: : .ui : . . r oLuch-juuunig scnenies with Erie. A gentleman in Union County, Mo., who is too modest a mnn tr. i....... i.:. : . . ,, - - "uic mo inline llieiKloueu 111 The rtiu-tmu 1 . , , ... ri-!i-, nan ruiru ot rheumatism by Chamlierlain's Pain Balm after trvinir other m.iii..i.. i . . ments for thirteen years. 00 cent bottles ior Kuie uy a. u. iiaies. The underground sviatem of ,.i praphs of the German empire has a lui-tii iciifiLii ui ooou miles. A flood "Reeei..! 'T 1. .. 1 11.1 . . ... . ,, . -ooiiii.iiamiieriain e ( oillrll ltemeilv fm. on . tt . . 7 i. ,r T - , V. :r";'i says aruggist h. B. Lepg of ail, hi., and lmve always ...... iu a,,,, never iiua a bottle retu rned. Dunnir the unst. !!( 1 i 11 a , . i nave soiu cweive :,uw" ' ""H Wwn perfe -t satisfaction in every instance." It does not drv up a cough, but loosens nnd relieves it." It will cure a severe cold in iuUU .- .1 Lime iiian M.I1V other treatment o0 cent and fl bottles 101 otner i,t a. v. viaies. A plank 1G feet wide is on exhibi tion ax Jiumoouit, L'al. It isdesifjn- eu ior tne world's fair at Chicasro. A Cure for Constipation and Headachk, yr. onus j.ane. winio m the Itockv Moun- iitiiis, uiscoverea u root that when combined with other herbs. mnU n oo ,i .... inj CI11L1 I ffl llllll I cure for constipation. It is in the form of ry ruois anu leaves, and is known as Lane s family Medicine. It will cure sick-heudnehe. ior the blood, liver and kidneys, and for ..ecu uie U me complexion it aoes wonders. ui up(;mio opiiiL in a cents a package. It was an old lady from the rural districts who said she envied boneless sardines, because they never could 1. -.1. . " ii.tve tne i-iieumatism. Happv Hoosri-ns Wm rr!rrir A , iiuiiuuiin, out 0 master of Mil ville Tml n-itu. u i'i ... Bitters has done more for me than uli' other iiieiiieines comuitieil, for that bad feeling aris ing from kidney and liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place says: "Find Fleet lie Bitters to be the best kiiiuey aim liver medicine, made me feel like a new man." .1. y llnrilm.. i...i , . ...iimurc niei- chant, same town, says: Klectric Bitters is just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't, care whether he lives or dies; he luuiiu new si reugiu, goon appetite and felt jur.i, iikk ne nau a new lease on lile. Only 50c. a uuiiiif, bu a. j. uaies urugstore. A series of stalactite passiiifr any similar ones in Europe, have been discovered in German East Ainca. Minions ot bats frequent Liieiii. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salvt m me worm ior cuts, bruises, sores, ulcerp. Blllt rhell m. tever nre totoi. 1 1.." ; " ..,.v......tvUajrt;J liuiiuB, rtiiiolams, corns, and all skin eruptions, and Dositivlev cures niles. nr n. lmv v...,.;. t. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money relunded. Price 25 cts. per box. For sale bv A. t). Hates, Morrisville. Revised footing shoyvs the railway mileage added in 1890 to be, in the LniteU States. UN: unm 8R. Mexico, oto. lotal in Worth Amer ica, ;ui miles. The senior Tirnnrietnp rf tlii r... ..... v.n been subject to frequent colds for some jciun. which were sure to lay mm up if not doctored at once. He finds that Chamber bim's Cough Bemedy is reliable. It open the secretions, relieves th. Inn, .a a.wl the system to a healthy condition. Iflreely used as soon ns the cnlil liu luun . ...... ..... .. ...iiiiuLim, and before it has become settled in the system, it greatly lessens the attack and olten cures ill a single day what would other. - nuve ueeii a severe coiu. . orthwestem Hotel beporter, Des Moines, Iowa. 50 cent uutiLirn ior suie oy a. o. Uates: c.oc INSURANCE. ITott Drug: and Music Store ! Iluviiirrliind,wl II,. ........ l,.,if .. .. n.. . ... . Iai n.?.:u iuc wrt, nun in uiC 1 III niuic for a term uf years I will opeu the same Feb. 1st with a complete line of Drugs, AXedici&es, "Wall Taper, Fur-1 niture and Husical Horclianllse. J Probate Wotice Give me a call. E. G. WII.SOV, Morrisville, Vt. N. H. DOWNS' VEGETABLE BALSAMIC XI downs' elixir K u Has stood the test for fifty-nine years nnd has proved itself the best remedy known for the cure of Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, and all Lung Diseases in young or old. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Price, 25c.. 50c, $1.00 per bottle. EZJTBT.JOHNSOU LOkJ, Fropf., Bt.:kgton,Vt DOWNS' ELIXIR A 1 VWWv Until further imtice. Hie I'mliatetVuirt for the District of Lamoille, will I held t ihe ( Hurl Hume In Hvile 1'iirk, u Momlay and IiiuriMla) of each week, and on Saturday, from W'J A. M. to 12 M.. und from 1 P. M. toii:3U I'. M Estate of Henry P. Parker. COMMISSION EHS' NOTICK. . I (I . .1 1 HH I ' , r. i. i.v.. ... he uiulenlt'iied. having been prilnted by Honorable 1'roliate t:iurt fur the Di.ilrict nl noille, Cuiiiiiiisiiiiiieis, to receive, examine Tllil o TirlM rt We have it on tho authority 'f a 7, , .rM.rt that there is t.slay not The tllH Hi Lamoille, ami aiiiust an claims anuueiimiiunui nu i-i- inralnst the estate of Henry 1. Talker, late ol yVolcolt. in said district, deceased, ami all claims exhibited ill offset thereto, hereby nlve notice hmuk- - . Hirv oat of H s::.r'Tr.::'-n,.; FOR TORPID LIVER. A torpid liver deranges tbe whole sye tem, and produces DYSDeosia. Costiveness. Rheu matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. There im no better remedy for these common dleaMei than Tnfta I.iver Pills, as a trial will prove. Price, 25c. Sold Everywhere. Estate of Calista Newclty. NOTICE Or SETTLEMENT. filntn Vuniiii.l ... m.. - ......u ... tl...,w.iV, 1I3IIII V 1.1 1,11111111111 BH. ill I'ri.l.nti. f'.mrr l.ul.l 1 il,.iu U...I. ... i i ' . ....... ....... ... iijuc l am, in HUIU Dlst.. on the 2:frd day of February, A. l. l)l. K. I Fairbanks, Administratiir nf the estateof Calista Newcity, lute of Morristowu. In said Dis trict ileee:uu.il uuL-a lu.iv. . 1.1 . . ; " " ' ....v ('iv ... hi. iuS ntl- liiiiiistratum account for examination aud allowance and makes application f,r a decree of distribution and partition of the esluie of Ri.il) ileii.utti.il vi.u. ....... t i. ordered by said Court, that said accnuntand said application be referred to a session thereof, to be held at the Probate OHlce in said Hyde 1'ark nil the Willi ilav ..f Hl...l. . ' i. at ten o'clock a. m., for hearing and decis- Inn tlllri...li A a. .1 II- u ...-.I i ......... ,,. ,3 iiiiiiiirr oruereu. Illal notice hereof be (jiven to all persons interested, by ......... ,n..:i tl nur same inree weeKS successive- V 111 the News and Citi7eii n t.u-a,.....u ..i. Ilsbeil at Morrisville nml 1 1 v. la H..J.L. ....... .1. ..j,, . iiii (iirviiius to said time nnrwiitifeil f.ir iaQ,ii. .I.... i ....(.iii,, L,rti nit- may appear at said time and place, and show 1J1II. if Dliv tluiu n...., 1. .... ... 1. .. i : v. J J ",aJ miT sum account should not be allowed and such decree made. ny uie uoiirt. Attest. 17 W. 11. H. KKM'D I Il Jii,i. that we will meet for tne purMises mmrMiu at the residence ol Hie late lienry F. I'arker in Wolcolt, on the 1.1 Uav of MaM-li and 31st day of July next from lil o'clock a. m. until 4 o'chK-k p. m each of said days, and that nix months from the 31st day of January, A. 1. 18!l. Is the time limiled by said Court for said creditors to present tln-lr claims to us for ex amination and allowance. Dated at yvolcott, Vt., this 7th day of February A.1.18'J1. J. FKANK SI II.I.KH. C11.KLKS K. FISH Kit, t is basi.1 on facts. H " '''r !!;r2n,.iuco,.,,ryl..A,.1c;t hut coul.l probably iwy i Commissioners. Estate of Mehnda A Bailey. NOTICE OK BKTTLK.MENT. State of Vern t, District of I-ainuille. m In Proliate Court, held at Hyde l'ark. In saM DUt., on tne 4IM uav in renruary, a. i. iwu. Henry A. Hailey. Ailininistratorof (lie estate of Melinda A. Hailey. late of Hyde l'ark. in said dist. deceased, a-K9 leave to present his ailinln- IBlIllLII'll m'L I IUI r AllllIIIllllll'II 4TII.1 nil".. nt. . and makes application for a decree of distriliu- iiiiu aim pitrtiiiuu oi ine estate oi sain iiecennwu. Whereupon, It is ordered by said Court that snld account and said application be referred toa ses sion uiereoi in lie neiil at lue roiiaie vim r in said Hyde Fark, on the 4th day of March A. 1). lam. at 10 o'clock a. in., for ln ariiiK and decision thereon; And. it is further ordered, t lint notice hereof be civen to all persons in ti rested therein, by publication of the same tl ree weeks successively In the Nk.uk ai C'iUzKN. a newspaper pulilished at morrisville Hi.d Hyde l'ark, previous to said time appointed Ii r hearing, that they may appear at said time ai d place, and show cause, if any they may have, why said account should not lie allowed V4 diivii in s main ( dollar tixiay. . . , Ten veun. no it was v,,nh-l t r n, n 23 to 3J per ret. u the xyhoK T.wliv the rit "l''wfu, business. i in to companies arc ili.ft l " ,U l" U W cent, ami taking into hccouiiI i ptr ciiit., u.Mi.k'iniiK.ncy. th econtmj." iicu-nii"" " - Since isrs, 2G IiiNtiraiicc coinpamc tve failed, P-n out of Imi.mm. or re mtihI their rik i.. other .on.p.u,..-. To be H.ire. etmie of lhw able rctin.ni.M.tH fn.w. a which they saw no money, ami the v eral companies paid back lmn.lH..n.cl , but many woro bail failures. Nor were they petty corK)ratiotw either. The fact of the matter ix, the day for tlie iiiKuranec uu-"- liave itlhtl iid i .. lnrjro pnuu l.asKonoby. Couii-titioii i ho mu that existinff companicH must content tliemnflvos with a very wimll margin of ... rt.l. . .lnln lif llIT;lirM IS 15 By the Court Attest. W. H. H. KKN FIELD. Judie. Estate of Edwin Richmond. LICENSE TO SKLI.. State of Veruiont, Lamoille District, tn. In Proliate Court, hidden at Hyde l'ark, in and f ir saiu I'isirii-i. on ine oin nay oi rrn.. a. it. 11111. A. 11. Smith, administrator on the estate of Edwin Kichuiond. late of Moriistown, In said dint., deceased, makes application to said Comt lor license to sell a part ol the real entitle ol said (luli.nunfl ... u.l. . .1... ... .... l ........ I ... . . . . ... nil. 111c 1.11 ill in i.i m 1 .11. niiintim ill the town of Kimore. In said district, rrin-eneiit- iiH mat tne sme uiereoi ih nei enwiry ior tne pay ment 01' the debts due from said deceased, and .iv . . i 1 n ui a.., mi hid., n .1..,, . 1. iiriruHlll I. is omcreii oy snui court, mat nam application be referred to a session thereiif. to be held a the I'robate Ollice ln said Hyde Fark, 011 the i-ili day nf February, A. D. p , nl ten' i.'cIim-h a. in., lor hciirin nnd decision thereon. And, it is lurlher ordereil, lllut all mts ns interested lie notified hereof by publlcn tion ol' notice of said application and order (hereon, three weeks successively in the Ms ash CITIZEM, printed nt Morrisville and l yde l'ark before said time of hearing, that tln-y may appear at said time and place, ami If they see cause object thereto. ly the Court. -Attest, 13 W. 11. II. KENFIKLD, Judge. TiieFni'slLiieCitf: It is stated that the establish ment of the telephone cable between London and Paris is progressing satisfiictorily. The cable portion "in ue to nines long and will be laid under the direction of the post- juiut- uuLiioriiies. Dean7s Rheumatic Pills, are a sure cure lor all forms of Chronic and Influmatorv hhenmatiMm and Neuralgia. Entirely vejre- hill fl l I II- o x-a niifn " D Jesse II. Grant islncntPilntSnno Mexico, and is rapidly getting rich uuiii a silver mine tnere that he is luterestPU 111. La Grippe Auain. Durinar the epidemic of ui iiiB nisi, seuson Dr. Kin? a New Dis- L.Li.L-i.y 11. i- v iiiimimption, I ouglm and Colds, proved to be the best. Munmlv 1?... the many who used it confirm thia statement. luey were not only quickly relieved, but the disease left no hml nft,.i. kui,i. u- ....u you to sive this remedy a trial and we Kiinruniee tnai you will lie natinHed with re- .uun, ur me pun-mine price will be refund ed. It hna nn emml in In 1 1 m, . - .V ... ..u Miijii., urtlDT I hront. Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial bot- , i , rul? 'ore- 1-arKe bottles, 50c and $1.00. A. O. Gates'. The Washington correspondent of 1 luuue says n is estimated there will be an increase ot mm -r-. . ,1 nC tDf"' trt iiAv r . licuk ui v-z-j,ivv,vuu a year with jiuu, unu it is ueiieveu other treat ies win Dnng up an increase in jui- e. lunation to American coun tries of from ftl 5.000.000 tn -m 000,000. The outlook for South American traue is indeed bria-ht The German government has de cided to send a war vessel to Chile in order to protect the interests of jci man citizens in tnat country. The March Century will contain the first paper in an iHiistrfiroil . I O on Great Indian Fighters, to be con- iriuurea Dy otticers who fought with them. The first nrtidn "f! Crook in the Indian Country," is vMiLien oy i aptain JolinG. lfourke, of the Third Cavalry. An article on General Miles, by Major George V. 1'uiiii, lornicriv or ins wr.iitt iiii fv-vi i ' low. U. V. M. Notes. Maromber, '!0, visited friends at the col lege iSnturdiiy nnd Sundnv. Mnckav. MU, Iihh been obliged to leave vlll'I Weilnendny as Lieut , e hi iirtitrielioro in uttenibine upon the officer's school. "i"um I.ichardson. '!4.. in ,1,, ........ .1 , pneumonia and fenr J?, "."." '.tn PitL'in 1111,1 Pirnna 4... .. ."' "T " u"1 volunteer movement for foreign miHaioim. 1 The Glee nml Ilu.,i . - ...... j" Liuun mer with verv trood Hiir'i'i.uu I.. l .. er.y Hrnn.1, n nnVl i. . " . . K"Ve in - iii unrif nun "luntpelipr. l'uy up. Save one-half of your soap bills by using ISrussels soap. It contains 'no rosin." C. II. Sloiuim sells it. PllllllV LlTlilu on.. ..IMI i 1 1 , ...m.-i cm: cimii to oe nail, taking states nnd territories contnin- T .1. ., ,U "lI,l,al,,,,nl order, iu :l,u "iUni1. Arizona, Arkansas. ( ah.oi nia, Colorado, Florida, Idaho Joyva, Kansas. T.oniMinnn M!,,i,: Minnesota, Mississippi,' Missouri,' v...,,,,,,,, AeorasKa, JNevnda, New Mexico, North Dakota. nLb.li,...,.. )rcgon, South Dakota, Utah, Wash ington, Wisconsin, nnd W vomino- or in a little over half of the kates'and territories taken together. People will live longer, tlie happier. V- .1 1 cieaner a tney go to etherbv & l'nw. .Tim.L..in..:ii --'O l iiiiciviiiviin. ami buy 7 bars of Urussels soap (no rosin) for 50 cents. ' POVDER Whether salt is or is not a good fertilizer is a question which I am not going to discuss. I have sold a srreat manv tons of it and many of my salt customers report that its use has been highly profitable. In an article in the Family Herald and Weekly Star. whose agricultural department ranks very high as authority on matters pertaining to farming, the following unqualified endorsement is given in the issue of Jan. 14, 1891: The Use of Salt as a Ffrttt mru 5oif i, c - . UOH IO UtlltU- ciai on all kinds of soil, and is rnrplv ncr1 virifVimif ,I 7 -v " i-i'vy u l j;uuu IC SUltS. It IS mOSt effective On Crmtl L-lnrlc rxftor. l.,Ki: U yield. It is indisDensable for a full viM -.r t j almost always beneficial to turnips, cabbages and rutabagas. ..-a; iin.vcu wun piaster ior top-dressing grass and clover in the spring, and when sown over young wheat it destroys the Hessian ft v. It mnir hr nceH i.ritu . , - . ' J "nil rtjiics, uuc as wood ashes contain about one-third their weight of lime it is not usual to mix it with them. Th c,i 1 1 at the rate of 100 or 200 pounds per acre on grass and grain crops, and coo or 600 nonnd ner ar Oats and wheat are preserved from rust by salt; the straw is made stiff, and the grain is clear and bright. There are very few instances in which salt is not found useful The American Cultivator takes other p-round w.th erence to this matter and reasons thus: "The main. k to be derived fron salt is as a solvent, and thus renders other manures and the natural fertility of th cm? .,i uable." It says: "One barrel of salt per acre, or about 300 pounds, makes a fair dressing It is a Lir Pnn tity if the salt be fine and be distributed evenly by a care- 1U1 oau mates the soil too wet and cold for corn it is better adapted to the smaller trains .mrl fnr potatoes, but no salt should be used on potatoes until the plants are up, as it will rot the seed ouIrWlv if oi:.j ---V " "('pncu 111 L,LnHaL,L vtini ii. The Agricultural College at Cilensv Fn ..t made quite exhaustive experiments in the .,e 1, da, salt and soda mixed, and Proctor's wheat manure. The results proved that salt and soda are nnt ni., k- .. . ..... . "'"j ucucr, out materially cheaper than any of the other fertilizers. The following are the results as shown by the experiments. prolll. 1 lie Jiri-n ni. i-i...- that tho profits lxin made lire not largo enough, considering tbe n.ntin pencies of the bu.iiness, to add to the surplus. In 1KW every compim? .... business on th racillc irount 1 iiionry througli tho flvo tmrin-eiilentiil coiilhi gratious that x;curred theri. Hartford h;w a vital Inleivst hi the outlook. Manifestly these great 1 ' cannot Iki prevented, and iippnrently tho contingency can bo met only by cutting down expenses. It in a faet worth noting tlmt tno uiiien-inu m u exjx'riso account of soino of our big Hartford cotiiaiiie3 and e-rtaiii f their "ew Yurk rivuls amount t 1 n very handsome sum yeurlr. Of course nil thiscoiiijietition Inn . 4 to tho pecuniary advanta'p, !a certain limits to tho insiinil, jrivi: .111 much mora favorahlo terms I lu: 1 . er concedinl yvhori inmirancij was juiij.'; but in tho present art'elo the matter in viewed from thy standpoint of i!: in surance men and not of tlie insurtl. AVlmt has Ih-cii said of inxiinmeo in also truo of nearly every other Ic-ritl-timto uiulertaliing. Old establl mercuntilo houses that did a bu..i-i of 1,000.00!.) a year ten year ago now find tliey have to ilo double that to uialvO a like amount of money. Tho same is truo of every kind of c cupatiou outside tho realm of sihkmIii t ion. Four or 5 per cent, must satisfy investors who a deoado atf' thought notliiiiK ishort of 7 (n-r cent, worth hav ing. Even western farm mortii;:!-, excejt in tho far west, have felt thin leveling influence, and tho 10 jx-r cent, loans tif yefiterday nro iM-injr rapidly ro placcnl toilay by those of C x-r crtit. Much as Investors mny reTet it, rates in this country nro coming down to tho English luthis, with its 4 and 5 percent., and there si-ems to bo no help for It Hart ford Post. Manure used. No manure, 280 lbs. Peruvian guano, iq; lbs. Nitrate of soda. 100 lbs. JNitrate of soda and 16S lbs. Common salt. 185 lbs. Proctor's wheat manure, Bu. grain. Lbs. straw. 27 40 33 39 19S4 257f 2695 2658 The manure in each case cost S7.S0 , . wheat was worth $1.26 per bushel. T.e3v; .uj ..... the strayv out of the question the profit from The uso'of ,he top-dressing was: Absolutely Pure. AcrPHm of tartar baking powder, nitfh-i-st of all in leu veiling Btrptifrtli. U. S. Government Iieport, Auff. 17, 188!. For Sale by C. H. SLOCUM, Morrisville. With :u,ino. With nitrate of soda, With nitrate of soda and ffimninn cull With 448 pounds wheat manure, ' iiiore of thisl $8.70 per acre. 6.00 per acre. 9-.13 per acre. 7-94 Per acre. I have never before offered salt nr cpx- . . T , v . ii,in l?o.oo ner ton, but I have decided to make the nn,, t,:, ' r-... una v-iir ac.nn l iHinnt irrrno r. 1 1 J J i i- " a ,arSe quantity at this price will cfll o Tour 1 r . ' " '-lv luua, unu 01 cour.se thnso nrV,. r.i. will be first supplied. CARROLT. -D a rr Hyde Park, Vt., Feb. 4, iS9r. but t K7. iv; v n l, vr 1. r , il t lib- " I IV 9 1 , 1 x Z uuwuuHoruiojy USUI getioniiiy slip off the fuet " TIIE -COLCHESTER" RUBBER CO. mnfce all their thorn with Inl1e of heel lined with .......... ...... ". ....... WIU iivituiui ui. rubber from slipping oft. Call for the "Colehenter" "ADHESIVE COUNTERS." baujii ec tv.,ixnunit mciubivb vv noienaie Affenta For Sale By ' ....... . . v-i.fi v. 11 OUII, l . JVJ. StntiiK. Hyde l'ark; H. I Muimon, K. I nprinr (. If MIiumiiii .1 MIhitIh.. u FOR FORTY DAYS MD FORTY EHTS ! As last year at this time all winter weights in CLOTHIITgt likewise in Ivies' an. rnoo,, are to he soJ af Special Attention is called to the fact that in response to constant .1 receive this week a new future, namely a to,"k nr U t ifVl-Kt M,s- w" IH made up COTTON UOTMotSwi' COur February sale of Embroils continues and is receiving favorable TALK OF A WONDERFUL INVENTION. Fifty Hon. rower In KlM-tririly from m hplier Klxtren Int-lira In Diameter. Tho nociniiit.1 tluit cotne aprons tho Atlantic nf nn olcotrio invention luodo by a Dr. Maiulruft, in Uoneva, Switzer land, have a strong snvor of hn)rola- bility, to nay the loaL The machine in do.scriled as a nimjilo device, 11 goliJ, splicro of t-opT, 40 (viitiiiicti'M in di ameter nliout 10 inches contained within a sphere of rinc CO continictert In diameter. The two hphereu rvvolve in ojipiita flinw.li.in. ... m .. . flll l .r ...... . ..v c. ii.. ! 41V A n-VCIIUI KIIIM R minute, and the hMu between la kept filled with Ktcain at a prcuro of nix at iih .spheres. It in sai.l that fn III a luilf honse power of motive force an elect rio cumiit In duvcloptnl Mullleii'iit to rua 500 iiieAndcMcent lampn. As ten lamp are reckoned to a liorxo Hiwer, thij tncfuiM fifty honw power in electricity I Now this would bo ubnoluu-ly alumni were it claimed that so umall an' amount of motive xvcr alone produced nuch an ONtonishing result. Tho law of eon version of energy shows it to bo Impos sible to develop from any device what ever more fon-e than is applied to tho operation of that device. It would be petting something out of nothing, or ii.e 110 proveruiiti eiTort to lift one s self by the boot strap. If there is any basis to tho story tho elcctrie power must Ihj develope.1 mainly through conversion of thoenergy renident either in tho hivit or Mimo other projMTtylu the steam under some hitherto unknown mechanical or chemical principle. Should these reports Ut verified or tho conversion ol h.-at into elwtrieity bo efI,Hto.I iu son.o other way, the re sults would indeed Ixs almost beyond tho limits of conjecture In the change wrought. An extraordinary cheapen, ng of light and motive p ,wer would orougni ftiKiut. mid t!:oHtof all kinds of mechanical pnsln-ii.,i, would be correspondingly dimini.:,,.,! IUir saving devices of all sort, v.;(;,J more generally IntrxKlnccl. KIw'.rio heating. Instead of being , .Ivy HH. rtcally practicable, would ,roWblT become the chenpent form of heat for domestic use, as well as tho m.t con venient. Another fur reaching result yvould tie the jntnHluctiou of cheap nl1:iimim. That rtitiarkablo n,et;d. tho lmt abundant in its crude staUi f nny ut earth, now most extensively oy the means of iKiwerfnl .1 : rents, nnd v.i.h a umv of ,.,v,r; ergy ,t could pmUUy Ik. ,&., ura fl-Mply as iro,,.-lUmton lKrald. S Khiwrm. AlthoiiL'h It llinv 1... Known, even ,0 . 2 lathe He.-ilMmril , J cMi.st of,M.at nrit.,i:,ani!,,al nowo arv "to fut.d in a., .... '? variety ? nu, in Aecu,,tofH((IuI1(1..nil(, Sir. MiurlicM.l n ...:..! . , ,, imiiiMcrer 1 rr e-iv the fol ou i... 1... .. rr. r-iyes iin-ns.nn" !, wm... some of tl I - . . '"it uiimal llower.in'en r, na.,dvri.:,v tha,V ir, ,T theminj..llmi t,' V .' ''V r mH'n tmlviMiv.il r. "1"1 ,,,"!, "re moralists res ,; , H.y Ulo tropical cotn,, To"""1 tt"Wm intermediate c5o Vrivl" worn, or a f 1 y Is reu U " tcl, of er AiiTT r ',.,l,h -."tterl tl...e.. rri lire tiiuiii Wh in rum 1 .1 ni 1 -mill .in. - iiiive, I'.'ieiiiiiriy I. ll tl.ev .ee ,.,li,.i V 1 -ml oi'iiumiviI Ht I int .I.,,,, i V . " f the i,i,.i. 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