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MORRISVILLE and HYDE PARK, Thursday, July 9. 1891. L. H. LEWIS, EDITOR. We doubt if there has ever been a more marked example of brass plated, oak-ribbed, copper-fastened gall exhibited than is shown by the claim of Boodler MeLacy against the city of New York for aldermanie sal ary accruing while he was in Canada a fugitive from justice ior robbing the city. The New York Press prints tabu lated price list of carpets from recog nized trade authorities, showing the falsity of the representation made by unprincipled dealers that carpets have advanced thirty per cent, or more on account of the McKinley bill. These tables show a decrease in the prices of raanj grades and a very slight increase in many others. The misrepresenters of the new tariff must take to the woods. Hard, cold fig ures are beginning to shatter their theories like houses of cards. Democrats wrung their hands be cause Republican policy had resulted in the accumulation of a treasury surplus, and now they weep because Republican policy has wiped out the surplus and they say that it is bank rupting the country. Just keep quiet friends, and don't be foolish. There is a possibility that the appiopria tions this current year may run a few millions over the available funds That is very good by itself for a poli tical handle, but just add to it the fact that in two vears and a little over, the administration ofFresident Harrison has paid off nearly $300, 000,000 of the public debt. In this may be discovered a cause for a tern porary deficit. Our Democratic friends, who don't at all like the looks of things in Ohio, have pinned what little hope they had in that direction on an alleged row between Sherman and Fo raker. No one pretends there has not been a little feeling between the Forakerand Sherman men, but no one except a Democrat whose eyes were filled with prancing rainbows would suppose fhat Foraker would be foolish enough to try to make Ohio turn against John Sherman. This is what Foraker himself says about it: "The Sena torial question will not be raised in our camp until the proper time comes for its consideration. Then of course Mr. Sherman will be re-elected." This means good-bye to what little hope was left for our friends, the enemy. Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, Tice-IYes-ident during Lincoln's first term, died suddenly July 4th at Bangor, Me., aged 82 years. Mr. Hamlin has occupied many responsible positions in both his state and the nation, and in all of them has acquitted him self in a most noble and honorable manner. Staunch and uncomprom ising as a Republican, he had how ever the esteem and respect of the best men of all parties. His integri ty was never questioned. lie was a man of stronc cnnviptinna nnA l.o oi wars bud the courage to lire up to I it. them. In his death another one of those prominent in anti-slavery times is removed. A true patriarch and honorable citizen is gone; yet by his long and upright lile leaves an example worthy of imitation by all patriotic younff men. Trie American Flag. When Secretary Blaine arose to ad dress a monster political meeting in Logansport, Ind., in 1884, he was compelled to desist for several mo ments on account of a tremendously long and noisy freight train whic inopportunely pulled by. Lifting hi hand as a signal to the audience that the train had passed, he said im pressively: " Fellow citizens, the Re publican party can well afford to be interrupted by the country s pros perity." The marvelous celerity with which wildernesses have lately been transformed into fertile territories and admitted as states has kept pur cnasers oi tne national emblem on the qui rive ; but they can well af- iora it. In the sixteen months to be ended on the 11th of this month the Amer ican flag has been chanced three times, each time by the addition of a star, and to-morrow it will be changed again. Up to 1818 the ad dition of a new state meant a new stripe also. Vermont and Kentucky thus lengthened out " Old Gloy's ' lolds. But it was soon manifest to congress that in a growing country like ours the addition of so many stripes wouia look worse than a con vict'ssuit, Hence m 1818 the two extra stripes were knocked off and stars only tolerated. The final star for some time at least will rro in to morrow, making thenumbera plump forty-four. Until Utah converts the Mormons, Oklahoma grows, New Mexico has more intelligence and fewer greasers and Arizona achieves a larger population and more " fluence," there will be no more ad ditions to the cheery constellation, unless Alaska surprises everybody The history of the flag we love is a peculiar one. Just who devised it and by what he was influenced are questions that have not been .com pletely answered. In June, 1777, the new congress decreed that there should be a national flag of thirteen white stars in a field of blue and thirteen white and red stripes, alter natiDg. By the law of 1818 the red stripe conies first and last. Admiral Preble asserts that the original de sign was prepared bv the marine committee, although vijrilant search of the records at ashingtou has never supported this or any other theory with positive proof. There is a tradition to the effect that Gen eral W ashington's coat of arms, wnicn somewhat resembled the first u . 1 i 1. uag, iis me original model, a cir cumstance which would make this more than ordinarily interesting if the coat-of-arms theory were more ubstantial is the fact that Washing ton supervised the making of the first national flag, himself copying the congressional design in the estab lishment of Mrs. Ross, the Quakeress upholsterer, in Philadelphia. This Mrs. Ross was a bright woman, by the way, and when she saw that in the Washington design the stars each had six points, after the En glish fashion, 6he insisted upon a hange so vigorously that the five- pointed continental star was substituted. But whoever the unknown bene factor was that designed the Amer ican flag he did his work both wise ly and well, and he left a monument that will not speedily be forgotten. It its present proportions there is not another national emblem com parable with it in point of artistic arrangement and beauty of design, just as there is no other which means as much of liberty, prosperity and opportunities open to good citizen ship. Troy Times. Congressman Powers on Vermont. One of the principal features of the centennial celebration at Lvndon ville, was the oration bv Conoress man J I. II. Powers of Morrisville who spoke with his usual force and timeliness. He sketched the events which led up to the admission of the State to the union, spoke of the char acteristics of the old town meeting and paid a merited tribute to the State's military services. One of his best points was his reference to oureducational interests, concerning which he said : However much discontent may have been expressed by "Mrs. Grundy " respecting our FVHtem of education, yet, after all, no Bon or daughter of ennont can juatly complain of any lack of opportunity for a solid intellect ual training-. Every town does mmntuin pood ochoolH. many of them superior acad emy and hiCh schools, one of the very best of which is planted on yonder hillside, and our colleges, though small in pretention and lacking in endowment or in foundation, are nevertheless the equals of any in the land. -o ermonter has any right to go beyond our borders for education equipment. If he does he ought to receive the old tradition al punishment of our fathers thirty-seven lashes upon the back. The same moral dys pepsia that decries our educational system with equal inconsistency belittles our oppor tunities for industrial and agricultural wel fare. Mr. Powers proceeded to show from statistics that Vermont is one of the leading agricultural States in the Union in many respects and her rate of indebtedness is smaller than that of any other state or territory except Utah, the exact figures being forty-six cents per capita. He said that the men who peopled our state at the beginning of the century made no mistake in their latitude and Ion gitude. They chose a land abound ing in the most charming natural scenery, a soil of unexcelled fertility. a climate that induced vigorous con stitutions, and dedicated themselves to the work of building a State upon me uroau iounuations or equality in civil rights, tolerance in religious dogma and the widest possible liber ty under law. I . 1 : - l. . T i i rw i in ciuMiug iie rsaiu : mere is no place in our social and civil anatomy for the anarchist or the Mafia, and our people, true to the instinct of their inheritance, demand that the doors of Castle Garden, which have now swung inward for a hundred years, be closed and locked, and only opened when he who knocks for ad mission can produce the most incon- testible proof of an honest purpose to become a peaceful and law-abiding Congressman Powers' reference to the immigration evils were especially timely and pertinent and his words had the true ring which excites the admiration of all patriotic Amer icans. Free Press. Fighting the Lottery Swindle. . The campaign against the Louisi ana lottery octopus is progressing with vigor already. In every bor ough and hamlet of Louisiana a re lentless struggle has begun. The country papers in that state are al most unanimous.v arrayed against it. Help of a moral kind is pomfno- aiso irom otner soutnern states. At Jackson, Miss., recently two nprsnn- pleaded guilty to sellin? the Inttorv'a iuue insman oi the cir cuit court not only sentenced rhpm to the full extent of the law. but ac companied the sentence with a scath ing denunciation of the lottery gam blers in Louisiana and a warning to the people of Mississippi of the Tl.in- ger of allowing the lottery to o-ot, . foothold in their state. His ringing assault upon the octopus has grea ly encouraged the anti-lotterv cru saders and strengthened their deter mination to Crush it, Ollt duoncrn Tribune. STATE NEWS. Gov. Tage, while attending the Commencement exercises at Poultney presented the principal of the school $100 to aid in building a new chapel. It is said that Button Bay island, near uasm narbor, lias been pur chased of the government bv New York parties. The island is an out cropping of a reef of petrified coral State Auditor Powell is to move to St. Albans, according to the Messen ger, having leased a house there, But he will continue his law partner ship with A. K. Brown who has an offica at Richford. George Fields, an old resident of Leicester, was found dead on Thurs day morning, July 2. He had com mitted suicide by taking paris green. Financial emba rrassment is supposed to have been the cause. Lucius Biglow, Esq. .formerly of Bur lington and Rutland and who is one of the brightest editorial writers on the Pacific slope has left the Portland Oragonian, with which he had been connected a number of years, and is now writing for a Seattle, Wash., paper. The office of assistant general su perintendent of the Central Vermont railroad has been created, and F. W. Baldwin, formerly superintendent of the Odgensburg and LakeLhamplain railroad, appointed to the position. He will have jurisdiction over all the divisions of the road. Gov. Page has granted permission for military organizations of other states and the Dominion of Canada to pass through the state of Vermont, armed and equipped, on the way to and returning from the Vermont centennial and dedication of the battle monument, which occurs at Bennington on August H). Simon Holton died at Middlebury last Wednesday at the age of (ii) years, lie was noted as an inventor ol a clock, winch at the stroke oi every hour produced in detail the scene of the assassination of Garfield. He was also the inventor of a self-register ing thermometer, the originator, of the escapement watch, and the maker of a watch fashioned nearl y entirely from ivory. As usual, ermont bovs came m for a good share of prizes at the Dartmouth College Commencement. E. B. McDuffee, of Bradford, tookthe third oratorical prize, competed for by academic and scientific students; V. Y . Stone, of Hartford, one-halt the prize for free hand drawing; while Doty of Bradford, N. V. .McDuffee of Thetford and B. S. Oilman, of ltandolpli received honorable men tion for proficiency in mathematics. A recent number of the "Engineer- ng News" contains maps and a pro file of a piece of difficult railway loca tion in order to make a descent of 400 feet oh the line of the Knox- ille Southern railroad in Tennessee, lade by Frank O. Sinclair of the firm Sinclair & Leavenworth, Chattanoo ga, Tenn. The News speaks of the line as the most elaborate series of railroad spirals in the world. Mr. Sinclair is a Burlington boy and Mr. Leavenworth comes from Charlotte. ABOUT THE FARM. The Clark Murder Trial, In the annals of crime in this coun- Keep The Cultivator Going. try there has been nothing more bru Whether weeds appear or not there tal and shockintr than the murder ot is great advantage in constant useof Mrs. Miriam Marston, at her home thp hnrsf find cnltivntnr. and if it, near White River Junction, on Sun- needs weeds to remind farmers of day, November 23. 1890. The blood their duty to stir the soil, then bless- stains about the kitchen and sitting- . I ; ' MDME8T8 II IIEAD-STOAES ! ed be the weeds, they may well say. How cultivating warms the soil may be noted by the much larger sur face which is exposed by the rough ridges the cultivator leaves after it has gone through. Besides it turns the warmed soil on the surface two or three inches deep, where it is in just exactly the position to feedthe roots. This, when the cultivation is done on a hot June dav, affords on inconsid erable amount of heat to the roots of corn in the middle of the rows. Some of these roots may be cut off, but enough more will start out to more than make good their loss, especially it the soil be rich and moist. Uon't be In a Hurry, To farmers who are tempted by the present nigh prices ot meat to rush their stock to market before it is well fattened we would say, don't do it! It is true that grain is high, and that it will cost something to complete the fattening process, but we are confi dent that it will pay well to put the animals in good condition before the' are sold. If properly fed there is a very rapid gain after they get well started, till the animals become fat In this business, as in many other things, it is the early steps that cost, After the work is well commenced the rate of profit increases rapidly. It is room, on the cellar stairs, about the floor of the cellar, and on the walls and barrel nil indicate that the struggle was desperate, while the many wounds and bruises on the person of the victim attest the work of a fiend. The trial excited much interest and from beginning to end the court room was packed. The case wn most ably prepared and conducted on both sides. The arguments were unusually forcible and eloquent. The opening for the State by the State's Attorney was an admirably clear statement of the points and theories on which the prosecution relied ; he was followed by Mr. Johnson, whose argument of an hour was a power ful and convincing presentation of the principal grouuds of the defence. Mr. Ballard gathered up all the threads of the net the State had woven about the respondent and found no difficulty in tearing them into shreds, while the close by W. B. C. Stickney was a strong and sturdy argument in the face of an unsym pathetic court and audience. The respondent had lived a most exemplary life, in this respect receiv ing an endorsement that would be a prize to any man in the community, and his entire time on the day of the murder, except about one short hour, was spent under the eyes of hisneigh- I have a good assortment in stock and am constantly receiving new lots and shall make prices that will suit the closest buyers? I am situated so I can sell For Less Money Than Any Other Man in Vermont, and that is just what I propose to do. I shall let no man undersell me on the same grades ot Marble. I have one heavy Monument in my shop now usually sold for $300, that I will sell for $250. This is an extra good bargain and any one wanting as good a Monument will do well to come and see it. I can furnish any of the cheaper grades of Marble and at prices to correspond with the Marble. I have a dozen sets of old fashioned Head-Stones, good stock but out of style, that I will sell for less than cost. Give me a try. I will do my best to suit you. E. E. FOSTER, Morrisville. Estate of Henry D. Udall. WILL rilENEXTKH. BlHte of Vermont. IMslrict of Lamoille, ss. I rroliiite Court, held at 11) I'srk, In sul'l Dint nn thp f'.th (lav nf .llllv. A . 1 1. IMII. Ati liw.riiuif.nr. nn nwii-l i n if fo lie the 1.8" Will nml T.-.tiiinciit nf 1 1 1 II IV I), (chill. I.'itr of Klinore, In mud district, ! censed, Ih-Iiik pre sented for probate, it Is ordered l.y said c oiiri mat an persons, concerned inereni ue ninuini appear at a st'sidim tlicru.if to I mi held at the i'rohnln (Iftlce in Ifvde l'ark. 111 laid district, on the V-ltli dav of July. A. I. 1M)1 at ten o'clock in tr e fore mii. and show cause if anv tliev have airainst the nroliale of si:ld will; lor which purpose it is turner iinn-i ed. tliat this order lie published three ei k KiieceHHivt'l v In Him 'i&- mill i'ifiell. a news paper printed at Mnrrisville and Hyde l'ark In this State, previ us to said time of hcariiiK Hy the Couit Attest. 36 EDWIN C. WIIITK. Jud(;o Estate of Nancy Dwlnell. WILL rHK.SK.NTEI. State of Vermont. District of Lamoille, ss. In Frohate Court, held nt llvde l'ark. within and for said District, on thu titli day of Juiv, A. D, 18-.H. An Instrument, piirportini; to he the last Will aim lesiameni ot isainy jiwincii, late Mowe. In said district, deceased. Iieinn pre sented by Orlando F. 'Jerry, the Kxecntor therein named, for probate, it Is ordered liv said t'ourt, lli.it all persons concerned therein be notified to niincar at a scnsiih thereof, to be Iield at the 1'robatn Oftlee I llyde l'ark In said district on the 1Mb day of Auirust. A. D. ImiI. at ten o'clock li the forenoon, and show cause. If liliv tliev have, aiiainst the prohnlc of said Will : for whic) purpose it is further ordered, that this order be published three weeks successively in the N kwh ani I'itizkn, a newspaper printed'at MorrUvlllcr aim iiyutt j iiik, i - tins Mate, previous 10 saiu lime oi Hearing. i'.v tnc i;oun Attest, 16 EDWIN C WHITE. Judire. well to remember also, as one of bors in the same quiet and orderly tne incidentals, tnat the manure made by fattening: animals isofgreat value, and that it it is carefully used and wisely used it will do considerable toward paying the expenses of leed mp: the stock manner that Jum characterized ins whole life. He reached home Irom the Junction about half past twelve, as all agree, put up and fed his team and catt le and then went in to get j his dinner, as he says, and his little girl, Gertie, corroborates his state ment that he was in the house some while she was cooking oysters for her mother s dinner, hva and Llossie attended Sabbath school at Hart ford after the morning sprvice and then drove home a distance of about a mile. They must have arrived by Early Cutting of Grain The importance of earlv cutting of grain betore it is fully rine was wpll suown a lew years ago by an expert ment made in Illinois. Of a field of hrty acres of wheat, a part cut ten or tifteen da.ys before full maturitv .n-n.v plump grain that weighed 62 pounds half past one or two. Eva put her to the bushel, while that which stood team into the barn and went into until fully ripe weiffhedonlvfift v-pio-iir. the house and not findine: her moth- pounds to the bushel, a shrinkage in er stepped across the road to tell her weight of 1 per cent, to which miVht sister. At this time Clark had made be added a further shrinkno-o frnm his preparations and was driving gram that rattled out in handling away lie had planned to do, to xms is as applicable to other nrnin nnd a nrl. including held corn, or to anv crnn The theory of the state is that he grown for seed, as to wheat. Millers aiJ tlie deea between the time of his know that wheat cut before itisauite return and the return ot Eva ; so we ripe makes better flour then w-Tin must believe that in this verv brief stands longer, and otherexperiments ePaee of time this inoffensive man, have indicated that it was better for with sick wife and lour small chil- seed purposes, irerminatino- mne dren to whom he was devoted, sud readily, and coming forward more denly became a very fiend and ex rapidly. As a ereneral mlv t.ha KQ! ecuted the horrid deed and then as time for cutting all grain is when the suddenly resumed his life-long peace- (TRYSTAUGEM SPEGTACUES AND EYEGLASSES Exclusive professional atten tion to the scientific adjustment of Spectacles. Will be at the Morrisville House on August 18th and 19th. J. sj m X r t , . publication of notice of said application ami MTj nOIllfi OiTlff AnlPnTT IqCST wter Uien-on, thru wo.-k niiee..ively in the U HUUV Vn-X-LVsVy, TV UlUUll, IdoL Ncwsnwl tliuzcn publn-hed at Morrisville and i sj Hyde l'ark, before said time of hearinK', that A HHiV 111 tri V HI V TIirirlT.n i cr may apiear at said time nml place.and.il - - - i muy we caubc, oojcci mereio. iy me i;oin iaiiost, 36 EDWIN C. WHITE, JmlKe. Estate of Harriet M. Bingham. WILIj I'KKSK.MTF.K. State of Vermont. District of Lamoille. s.- In frohate Court, held at llyde l'ark. In said Liist.. on the (it 11 iav of .Inlv. A. D. ImiI. An Instrument pi.rportinir to be the list Will aim testament oi Harriet I'.lnirhani, late of Slur- rislown, in raid district, ili-ccased, being prr- iiiivii mr rroeaie, n is oruereii ny nam I oiirt. that all persons concerned therein be notitled to appear at a sexsioti thereof to be lield at the rroliate tmtee In llyde l'ark In said district on the a't.li flay ol duly A. D. i.-tn. at loo'clock in tne lorenoon, and show cane. If any they huve, aitainst the prohateol 'said Will; f.,r which nur- pose it is further ordered that this order be published three weeks succi stively In the News and Citizen, a newspaper printed at Morrisville ami Jtyde lhrk, in this stale, previous to said nine oi Hearing, ny me t ourt Attet, i S. 11. WAITK. hecistcr. Estate of Abet Camp. I.ICKNSB TO tf.t.h. State of Vermont. District of Lamoille, ss. In Probate Court, held at llvde l'ark. within and for said District on the 4!h day of July A. D. 1W1. U I.. Camp. Administrator of the estate of Abel ( amp, late of hhnore in said Dii-trict dc ceased, makes application to said Uourt for li cense to sell all of I he real estate of said do ceased, of which be died seized and possessed representing thai the sale thereof would be beneliela) to the heirs of said deceased and those interested In said estate. v hcivupon It is ordered by said Court, that said applica tion be referred to a session thereof, to be held at the I'robateOIUcc in said Hyde Park, on the 1 or It day of August. A. D. isui, nt 10 a. in. for hesr ingand decision thereon ;and it is furthcrordcred that all persons interested bo notilled hereof, by seed is duly formed and has glazed oer, out is yet so tender as to 1p finger and thumb. crushed between Curing Clover Hay. able demeanor, and went out among his neighbors fulfilling engagements previously made, and this without leaving a trace or sign by which the crime could be fastened upon him. Ti, i,:t- i- e , in is urvuuu ueuei. j. tie jury um iiui Hie thick Stem of a rank rrrnwl, v.t: ii. . , , , s . clover makes it hard to cure hv thu r,' n ri i. 1 .... - J - tJJUCU JUUiiea CUUSLllU L1I11 i-iie tUUIly Congressman Grout has over 50 ordinary means of exposure to thp Ln,, ; ; 3 horses and colts, and every one of. ng before these stems nrJmlL."r'rx.-Z" them has blood in them. Out of the ed through, the tender, thinleaves 7o rd "of the ttimonv apphind t he large number of colts coming along ?j be shrivell ed up and broken off. Verdict that sets E ff Hta wife it will be strange it some of them do Tins necessitates curing clover by stood by him all the way through, not, in a few years, give a wide repu- heat mp :, and wi th as little stirring as asserting his innocence, but under tation to the Kirby farm. But the possible, and that only when freshlv th law .. riifl,iniifi.,i na There can be no doubt that Mrs. SPEAKING OF THE OXD RELIABLE General is not all "hosR." A dairv cut- Tne best way is to follow thp of ;J0 to 40 cows, a herd of steers pur- mower with the hay tedder with onlv chased every year for feeding, a large the least interruption, and then while number of fine-blooded hogs, and a on'y tne leaves have dried, rake the large flock of sheep, all testify to the ciover ana put it m cock. It may uenerai s ambition in general agricul- aKK"1 "r.y uecauserne leaves will rus . . . . ..... i iw i irri.iMiii iir-vi-i i hi ii riifii p i i ur ture. tie, but leave it twenty-four hours, or hn.l rinnn r, w i. Three nrominent nolificisiTia on if need be. thirtv-siv nr fnrfT7-oirr,f. 4.4..i xi n' lu i" . Liqcor Raid. Saloon keepers made preparations for a big business at Montpelier the Fourth. Nearly every place was raided Friday evening, about $1500 worth of liquor being seized. The raids continued all the n?xt day, over 40 barrels of beer be ing taken from the Montpelier and Wells Iii ver depot. A freight car was also entered and a large rjuantity of liquor seized. It was the biggest raid ever made in the state. A Great State. " Vermont "savs a citizen of that state, " is the richest state in the Union in shite, marble, and soap-stone quarries and, many millions are invested in these indus tries. We have ni illiona ires who are in the marble and slate business. Ver mont in maple sugar stands first'in the I man, making nearly 2,000,000 lbs. annually. More butter per cow is made in Vermont than any other state more pounds of wool per sheep are clipped tnan in any state more potatoes are raised per acre than in anv state. Besides, Vermont is noted for raising men and women cf brains. One little town of 700 peo ple in fifty years has sent 20 men to college and furnished half a score of senators, judges, members of con gress and college presidents. And this little Green Mountain town is not the only one doing as well and even better than that. We have fur nished brainy men for the United States senate in this and otherstates for more than fifty years, and can fill orders for the same for years to come." N. Y. Tribune. O. Ii. Had wen of Springfield is in troducing Swedish employes for work upon his farm. Flooih.nu a Deseiit. The flooding of what is known as the Colorado desert, in southern California, form ing a lake which is already forty miles long and twelve wide, promises to be something more than a nine, days' wonder. No one appears able to account for the unusual happening. Some believe the great basin, whicji lies below the sea level, is filled up from the overflow, of the Colorado river, which is unusually high. Others are convinced that the gulf of California is again claimingwhat was once a part of itself. A New York World correspondent claims that a great earthquake was felt in that re gion a few days ago, and that the convulsions opened a channel from the i'acmc to t he desert, lie asserts that he was in the mountain at the time. and saw the fissures opened by the earthquake shocks. Apparently the oniy way to settle the matter is to wait until the flood in the river sub sides. If the desert then a nnenrs ns the water evaporates, the theory of lub uvernuwiijg river win De accepted as correct; if not, it will be reason ably certain that the sea has claimed its own again. The flooding of thp desert caused but little damage ex cept to the salt mines, for that is the only industry that can thrive in that arid region. The Southern Pacific railroad is also in some danovr its track being only a few feet above the present level of the newly-formed lake. The solution of the mystery will be awaited with crreat intet-pst Tulare lake in California is also re ported to be rapidly extending its boundaries. This lake has beendrv- ing up for several years, and its total extinction has been predicted. The present rise is doubtless due to the swollen streams flowing into it, and therefore is not likely to prove per- j manent. fishing just at present wav un in the wilds of Canada. The politicians in question are Senator McPherson of New Jersey, ex-Senator George F. Edmunds of Vermont and ex-Sena tor Wade Hampton of South Carolina. Edmunds and Hampton are the guests of McPherson. The Jersey senator owns an entire river in the Dominion. It is known as the Note shasquan river and is crowded with salmon. So reads a press dispatch, but for all that Senator Edmunds is quietly enjoying himself at his home in Burlington. Foreign News. The festivities attending the pres ence of Emperor William's visiting to Queen Victoria are on a large scale. Then open, and it will be found moist inside. 1 he moisture has come from the stems, and when this has dried off the hay will be cured sufficiently to fu into tne oarn or stack. Theslight heating which hay thus frets not onlv does not injure it, but really makes it more palatable to stock. The coars est clover cured thus will be eaten more greedily than that grown so thin and fine that it can be cured without heating. It is sweeter and more nutritious, as well as more pal atable, than clover that either does not go through the heating process or that is put in large stacks without being previously put through the sweat, and thus is subjected to more violent fermentation that blackens and ruins it. When clover turns black it is a sign that heating has changed to coal or carbon much of the more BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS Have a branch in Morrisville with, E. G. WILSON, TIFT BLOCK Buy your Instruments from parties for her, but never returned. Neither whn nwn t.hfvm T.nwoct. nnooi'lila nwooo sr norninrr's work " " i'UUk31ulu P1'0' Cash or easy terms of payment. Get Our Prices Before Buying. Estate of Harvey Holton. COMMISSIOKKItfT KOTII'E. Tlie mKlcrsiciKMl. liavinir Iwn nnmilntpH hv the llomiralile I'mliatt- Court lor tlm District of Ijimoillo, Commissioner, to nveivp, examine, anil adjust all claims ami ilcmanil of all tx-rsoiis Hi;aint the estate of Huivey lloltou, late of vtoicou. Ill said n strict. eceascd. nnd nil claims exhibited In ollsct thereto, hereby clve notice that we will meet for the nni iioscs afore- niiui mi we laie residence i ii.-irvcy Holton In Wolcolt, Lamoiile Co.. t.. on tlie 1st dav of August ami i:ttli day of November uext, from 10 o'clock a. ni. until 4 o'clock p. m. each of saiu nays, ana mat, six luoniiis Irom the l:uh day of May, A. 1. ii. is tlie time limited by said court lor said creditors to present tiiei claims to us for exam nation and iillowancc. Dated at Wolcott, Vt.. this l.vh day of June, a., v. ioi. a. ;v IdlMilJI, D. 11. SI.KKPEK, 36 Commissioners. Marston met her death in the fore noon. She had left her sick daugh ter about half past ten in a chair promising to return soon and care nor started a fire in ti e kitchen stove nor made any preparation for din ner ; and furthermore the shawl that was thrown over her shoulders when she was last seen in the morning was about her wltetijrfjund in the cellar. We do not see unr cane from this conclusion. -Woodstos-Wdurtn Rev. Mr. Spurgeon has experienced valuable nitrogeneous nutriment that lengthwise, and dipped in hot water a sudden increase of kidney conges tion, accompanied by nausea, drow siness and prostration. Mr. Spur geon's physicians say that the pa tient is in a most dangerous condition and that the utmost care is required. Prince Louise of Schleswig-IIols-tien, grand-daughter of the qiieen of England, was married tit St. George chapel," Windsor castle, Monday afternoon to l'rince Ai ibert of Anhalt. The ceremony took place in the pre sence of a brilliant company, including Queen Victoria, members of the Eng lish royal family and the Emperon and Empress of Germany. W. H. Gladstone, son of the En glish statesman, died Saturday from an operation for tumor. lie has been ill for years. lie was born in 1840, educated at Eton, entered par liament in 1S02 for Chester, and from 18(5!) to 1871- w;is lord of the treas ury. In 1885 he married the daugh ter of the twelfth Baron Blantyre. He lived at Hawarden it originally Cultivator. possessed. American and wrung out, and then applied round the neck of a child that has the croup, will sometimes bring relief Stonewall Jackson's Uniform. m len minutes. When Stonewall .Tnel-nti'0 A goblet ot hot water taken mst at Lexington, Va., was opened last after ris'n before breakfast, has of io per cent, will be given from the present low prices On all Summer Dress Goods and Parasols A A-v1.-l.-l 1 i. j I dipped in hot water, and quickly unng our special sale, for two weeks only, from this date. wrung out and applied over the tooth . rro. ij v jgj vxt Jj Jrc That in Ladies' and Gent's 2TiirIsllrij Cnnes fo- this sort of weather, we are well fixed to supply your needs W. H. ROBINSON, Morrisville, Brick Block, No. 10. Portland Street, Estate of Daniel Blalsdell. NOTICE OK SETTLEMENT. State of V ermont. District of Lamoille, m. In Probate Court, lii-ld at llyl l'ark, in naKl Dist., on tlie 2d day of July, A. 1). IH'.n. K. It. Fletcher. Administrator of the estate oT Daniel lllaisdell. Iat of Caiuliridue. in said (list, neceaseii, ai-ks leave to present Ins admin Duration aee t lor examination ami allowance, and makes application for a decree of ilistnlm tion and partition of tlie estate of said deceased hereupon. It is ordered liv said Court that said account and said application lie referreii ton ses sion ttiereoi to ne neiii at. I lie rroliate Ofllce in said Hyde l'ark. on the 27th day of July a. 11. ikii. ai in o'ciock a. m.. tor iiearuiK ami decision tnereon; Aim. u im further ordered, that notice hereof lie uiven to all iiersons In ti rested therein, by publication of the same tlree weeks successively in tlie News ash Citizen, a newspaper published nt Morrisville antt 1 1 v 1 1 1 rai'K. previous to said t hue aniiointed f' r hcariii);. that they may appi-ar at s.iid time and phice, and show cause, if anv tliev may have, wbv said account should not" be uilowed aim alien ilecree made, liy the Court Attest. 36 EDWIN C. WHITE. Judife. Uses of Hot Water. Hot water is one of the bestamonrr simple remedies, says The Ladies' Home Journal. For instance, head ache almost always yields to the si multaneous application of hot water to the feet and back of the neck. ache or neuralgia, will generally af- ioru prompt reliet. A strip of flannel, or napkin folded Estate of Ephraim E. Alien. LICENSE TO SELL. State of Vermont. District of Lamoille, ss. In Proliate Court, held at llyde l'ark, within and ior saiu, district, ou the btli day of July, A. I). ii.'i, Clement F. Smith Ailmr. of the estate of Eph raim K. Allen, lute of Morristown, in said dis trict, deceased, makes application to said Court for license to sell all of the real estate of said ueeeascil, of which he died, seized and pos sessed, representing that tlie sale thereof Is necessary for tlie purpose of pavinit the delits due and would be beiielicial to the'lielrs ; Where, upon, it is ordered by said Court., that saidappll cation be referred to a session thereof, to lie held at the I'robate oflice, in said llvde l'ark, on tlie 2."!li day of Jul v. A. I). ltm. at l'p. in., for hearinii ami decision thereon ; ami. it is further ordered, that all persons interested be notified hereof, by publication of notice of xaid applica tion and order thereon, three weeks successive ly in the Nkws ami Citizen, printed at .Morris ville and Hyde l'ark. before said time of hear- liii!. mat they may appear at said time and place, and. 11 they see cause, object thereto, liy the Couit Attest. 36 8. It. WAITE, Iteglster. TO CROSS THE OCEAN IN THE SKY. ISo M.rte.l n . Tr..tl"tl Trip. To crow tl.o Atlantic U t!. ci.tcrpr U-in-.i.Moi. ..IK.., which a '",17n n start from Cicrinanfown. The hnl loon will not carry any rasnrs, hut it , I intended to pilot the w.-ty fora ....n, tcr nlrhip that will carry nt le.ua two voy aer The Inventor of tl.l-ne P UCIiarl.-H I. Tot. of 4,r.5. lna "",-f' (icriiiruitown. , , Mr. I-Vt ha iK'cn working J nroblc, of aerial navigation for the Lt fifty year, and h now conv.nc 1 n(,tly practical b.wl "' an,? ' at l.iH invention at -1.1 hoar,. H ' tri,.! every m-hcao cf aerial nav.ir.t o . that ha been nwUntUvl a,le nnd a half. conclusion tliat nil 'heiiic of propul- II ro llllT.ieii. ii."-. I in 1 1 that will Hioti bv iiiacliin. rni :. ,,,.,-. i. fx. ill b!s opinion. the only motive l-cr tl; lied on. The balloon winch Mr. I t has now projected l or. the old princi ple of the hot nir hip. Tl,n nYtwriiiielita.1 iiiae!iin bo started n the Atlantic U com pleted, nnd Lt an exact model oi larger one that IsexoeeteJ to laterenrry over the inventor. The l. that will Inflate the li will 1 flem-rated from pasoline, which if cliow-n tm ac count of iM mormon vol itilo propor tions and great lifting iwcr. In the completed machine th Kao lino will la- carried hi a reetanxular tin can. h.il.lintf exaetly ten pilln. A wnnll tulH) riuiH from the can to nn up right br:u iic. nlxait 3 incli.n In di nnieter nnd alout tt f.nt lofiK This pipe is lined within and wilhotit with OHljetos. It jiueu into the pm bn, while tho tin receptacle remains below. The gasoline in hmitcd at tho tulnj that passes into the pipe near tho bottom, nnd the llame shoots up tho pipo to the top, where it is arrested by a cnp. The baa is made of a pi-cmratio,i of pner, and is ri'ed that It cannot gway nnd come in contact with tho lla-ino. This llainu will be constant, and experience chows that the ten K'd lons will last Just forty hours, or ten hours longer, nceordini: to Mr. Test's calculations, than will lw necessary to carry tho airship ncross tho Atlantic. Mr. Test believes that the balloon will make tho ixusstiijo in thirty hours. The gas bnjr on tho piomtT balloon measure 22 12 feet in diameter. Un derneath the oil can lui been suspend ed a copis-r buoy shaped like a bi;r top and weighted at tho iM.ttoni, so that it will llo.it in the water in an upright po rtion. It is surmounted by an Ameri can (lag, and is sustiendeil by a hook that will unfasten if it conn in con tact with tho water. This will Ikj tilled with directions to be returned if found. This will only become detached in case of accident and in the unexis-ctetl event of tho balloon falling hi tho wa ter. In the largo balloon for iwiwsen gers it will bo made largo enough to tloat the passengers in c.'iso of accident. Philadelphia, l'ress. RESPITE WAS BRIEF. cured thousands of indigestion, and no simple remedy is more widely re commended by physicians to dyspep tics. i r j i - wees ior tne purpose oi removing his remains to the vault beneath the pedestal w here his statue is to be un veiled next month it was found that his uniform had turned from confed erate gray to blue. PerhaDS in the clearer light of eternity old Stone- MONTGOMERY.-iu Hyd wan o Bii.iue sees inai tne oiue was right. New York l'ress. BIRTHS. Park. Julv .T 18!1, n daughter to Geo. Montiromerv. Jr. nnd wife. manages to retain his health in spite of the severe shock caused by the news of his son's death. A Rare Surgical Operation. Col. Ira Ayer, who served during the war in a Pennsylvania regiment, and for many years was a special agent of the Uniced States treasury department, has just undergone an unusual Burgical operation at the Seney hospital, Brooklyn. At tho Mr. Gladstone 8e(ond hat of Bull Hun thecolonel, MARRIAGES. COX QUIXCY In Morrisville, Julv 4. by Kev. AI. Kingsbury. Lewis O. Cox ol Wnter Tille and Mrs. Maria K. Quincy of Fletcher. DEATHS. At a recent convention of general passenger aerents of leadingrailroads held in Denver, says an exchange, it was resolved to suspend all other methods of advertising except that of newspapers. The experience of these men had fully demonstrated that money spent in railroad guides, hotel registers, fancy show cards nnd other schemes of like character did not pay and should be prohibited. The newspaper is the natural nnd proper medium through which to reach the public, and this is the con clusion of nil who have any know ledge upon the subject of advertis ing. All other devices are useless and worthless. The columns of well established and reputable news papers furnish the only proper means of directing the attention of the pub lic to what you have to sell. The most experienced business men real ize this fact. who was then captain of a comnanv. received a gunshot wound in the left arm. The ball entered the radius about five inches above the wrist and glanced upward, lodging near the elbow. It was removed at the time at the point of contact. At that op eration, and in subsequent explora tions of the arm, the presence of anv other foreign substance was not de tected. For nearly thirty years the wound has been a source of "constant irritation and danger. Dr. Fowler of Brooklyn, who performed the oper ation, detected the presence of metal by the use of the telephone probe. He removed a piece of tin about the size of a 10-cent piece, which, together witti pieces ot cloth, was bound com pletely imbedded in t he bone. It seems that the ball passed throuch the colonel's canteen, carrying with i. 4 : i . i ii , , . .... tuu im aim cioin in question. 1 lie operation was successful and prom ises relict. STEAUXS. In Johnson, Julv 5, 191, For rest, son of W. H. uud .Nellie H. Stearns, aged 20 months. , wuuut,. In lirooklyn, Conn., June 2(5, 1891. of pneumonia, Laurn M., wife of .lames h. Woode, ami oldest dauchter of tester Boomliower of Hyde Park, aged 34 years. St. Albans papers please copy. Commander-in-Chief General W. G. Veazey has recently made a tour among the departments of Califor- A Peculiar Will. Mrs. May I. Dayton, of St. Taul, who died in San Francisco last week, left practically all her fortune of f 2.1o,000 to James C. Reed of Sew York City. Mr. Heed was nrivnr.P " i - nia, uregon ana Washington. At secretary to l 'resident Arthur and, it lacoma, Seattle ana other places he 18 8aiu was tne son ot Mrs. Dayton has received the heartiest welcome, by a lormer marriage. Among her ana lias held receptions in nearly email oequests was one that $5 a every city of the Pacific coast. At week shouia go to the caro and keeD Seattle and Tacoma there was no Mng f her beloved dog Tusso so lone; naiiiargeenougntoaecommodatethe tl 118 snouiu live. ne leaves fo,000 thousands who attended. On all these? to Isabella M. Keed of New York. occasions the citizens at large ap- $1000 to Miss Mary M Morton, of peared to take as much interest us Philadelphia and $500 to Miss Eliza the veterans. The Pacific states are 'cks Weston of Philadelphia. To loval to the core. Lyman C. Dayton of St. Paul, her husband, she bequeaths onlvsmmicli Hannibal Hamijx Dead. Ex-Vice of her Minneapolis real estate as h President Hannibal Hamlin, aired would be entitled to bad no will been 82, died Saturday night at Bangor, made. Maine. He was down town in the The will was served on Mr. Davtnn afternoon and went to the Tarratine in Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon ... i i. i . i... ; -. The rain lias helped the grass crop. club rooms, where he was Dlavinsr pedro, when his head fell forward on his chest. He was placed on a lounere. doctors summoned, and his family sent for. He died peacefully at 8 : 15. He leaves n, widow and three sons. Mr. Hamlin had been perceptibly fail ing for a year. iitr inline. nn teiy denounced It, as n. forgery. He filed a petition for let ters of administration and declared Mrs. Dayton died without leaving any will, and that there are no heirs except himself. The case is set for July 14, and a bitter contest is look ed for. Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest ; of all m leaveninu strength. Latest U. is. Government Food Ke- ForSaleby C.H. SLOCtTM. MorriHville Special Marls Down -in- MILLINERY ! For the next 10 days at MRS. E. A. HAfiT.Trv'S Main St., Morrisville, Vt. H. N. Gray's Quotations This Week Are: Nova Scotia Grind-Stones. 1 1-2 cents per pound : CliDDer Scvth PS. 40e ITant Rakes, 15c.; Best Drag Hakes, 0c. Try one of my fully warranted scythes. Best two-tine forks only 3(c. Full assortment of extra heavy iriind-stonn fix tures ; extra Scythe snath loops and wrenches. Mowing Machine & Horse Rake Repairs. I have in stock repairs for the Champion, Uuckeye, Wood, Clipper, Warrior. Meadow King, Tiger, and all the leading machinery. Any part not in stock' can gee on zk nours notice, uring your oroKen part or when you want sec tions bring an old section. Horse rake tseth in stock for all the leadimr takf s Machine Oil I make a specialty and sell the very best ak the lowest possible price. Anything in the line of haying tools or repairs of any description. Give me a call and you will be surprised at the largo stock you can always find here. Mill runs Tuesdays for Custom Work. Dest yellow corn meal. 1.40: Feed corn, oats and bran. !.4fi: KppiI oais, rine muiuungs, fri.-'o; backed line bran, $1,15; Cracked corn, $1.40 Flour ! Flour ! Flour ! The Best I Ever sold for $5.50. Not a second grade, but the best in town; it is equal 10. if not better than the city pastry. Every barrel warranted fully. This price is for cash down or ready pay. Not to go on the bocks at thi3 price. Hrimr v vmir ih nr mumr and buy your flour at less than wholesale carload lots. I want 20 tons of Sugar. I pay cash. Also cash paid for Wool and Hemlock Hark. H. N. CRAY, Cambridge, Vt. L. W. Two Mora Kmrmprd I'rlionrn from Ml I'rUon raptured Im llmiton. Boston, July 1. Of the five min who escaped from the Ule pri-on Monday afurnoon, nil but one have lieen nvnu- tured nnd returned to the tirlwm. Two of thetn (Ituxlor and turdivmit.) wvr caught before they could nway frmn the vicin ity of the prmon.nnd enrly yi-vterday after noon two more (Pntiiel Mullen and Jamc H. Coffey) were arretted by o!Iieer of divi sions 1 ami 3 at the Vet l.ixl. The only one now at large i John C. Lynch, who U wai.l to have declared that lie would never be taken alive. Urrmany Klrkrl. LONDOV, July 3. The Time' Vienna correnpoiident, referring to the xitl ron- (tress, nnv It in reurett.ildu that owlna to Germany's o;inotition two American pro posals were reje. ted llrst, for the creation of international postage stamps, nnd see. ond, for the free carriage of mails 'from country to country, tlerm.'iny nprxisfd the first pmposal on the irroiiiid that tha different in exchange tnliiht lead ta wholesale stiiil.'itinn in staintis. ltloollhtraty Illppolyt. Xkw York, June 30, Tli enmn Ozama, which arrived yesterday from Hayti.in ports, n-nort that all qniet atthe p ns they t.mrheii at. and that Hippolyte hnd cfToctUHlly quell. I the Insurrection of May as. At that ti it waslenrnrd that L-so perHons In all hud been killed. Ma.'e a I'rerrsa. Ottawa, July i. tA.y xrr.:...i.i widow of CiiiuuU's l ite pi-emier. has leen honored by Knul mil's qtien In a tnaimep which has no ii.n.illel in Cniiiiilinn l.i.t..,. She has U-eutr. .t:edap.H ress, f the tva.Ua- HOSTOM I'KOIIICK MVKKKT. Tlini.,ly, jj f .,F,,lr"T,,c m-ket is still v. ryqulrt.thonirh ynce. iw slnmn hyihe fn!,.lrlI, oll7Vi..ir T Mil Atlfl Ulllair C L , I IT.. T """ wlnler na.enu. 4 L "tXv rtXi.i I liTMlTV: ti-irrn.l..,,,i,u;iV. ,r . "i ? '"''j l.-tsustiMlUMlHy. "" K-Hsl. ?I r.A t-The f ki v ! t in of ,., . n , , fl rl.ai.tf- : ( I, kll.lri,.. cur i,' . f.',"r ,!' el,..i.;e Krnn.ilH.c., , $ V. , i.T.'J-"l HAMMONDS, M.D. t ml IIM il at iv,.:,i claims the lute PENSIONS ! I wish to nnnoiince to tlmo i,.,i.... iJ"...'.? (i(JV"-ii.m.i.t prowii.E out of I ,n uiiiiij a niii iiif rii Ti x i alii kinds ot clafms Spec i itten on Is called to those haviiiB rejccte.l lah," a8 f. vl every facility, second rn .... I! . 1 ? 8" elaiii.s umleV the Uietssndei t- ... . ' .". 'V, Why. do you Kivo ,or claini toVir e. i at A GLOWING TRIBUTE Skilled Physician. DANA'S KING The following glowiso tribcteto the wonderful efficact of dana's SAKSAPAlilLLA.AS A genuine Hlood PURIFIEU, 13 ENOUGH TO CONVINCE THE most sceptical, coming a3 it does from a pitysiciah well known im Eastern Maine as one of the most successful rkactitioners in the medical field, and who is also an active Christian worker im the CHURCH TO WHICH HE BELONGS : ( Islesbobo', M ., Oct. 28, 1 990. Dasa Sarsaparilt.a Co.: Oentt : While 1 have always steadily rrrnscd so icn'i my lniiucnce to any t'attitH Mrdlclne wbat. cvor, I foci that the time haa come when duty de. mands that I should write and tell you of the wonderful effects of DANA'S BAUdAl'AlULLA In my own fumlly. Home four years ago my little daughter beiran to show aymptoma of Mcrufula, whkb lo a abort lime developed Into the most aevera anil mil. HsTnant typo I ever saw. I am free to confess that I tested my skill to Its utmost extent. I used the moat reliable specifics known to Mattrt Mfilira. I consulted with other physicians, lint. .1 nlt. .11 T l.l I - T . i i " ..... ' uuni'ivu an vHIUIU UU, I HW II1UV BuQ WSS IUlilUg HUjr uy uuy. At tbls llmo n bottle of DANA'S came Into my bauds, and knowing of several cures performed by iv, i ucuueti iu try lb ill my lllvio auuvfnicr B case; but I afBiire you I hud but little faith. I com. menced to ivo it In smull dos.'s, diluted wlib water, and to my surprise and great Joy, In If mun a icer ine orijnn io tmprorr, ana continued to do so very rapidly. Two bottles built the bridgo to tho shore of health. The third one brought her across ull right. In factCUKKD her. hhe is now twelve years of age, and as I write I can hear her ringing laugh, an she is enjovlng life with her schoolmates. 1 CONHlDEIt IT THK GREATEST 13LOOD REMEDY U.NOW.N TO m a rj. Tours respectfully, 4 L. W. HAMMONDS, M.D. ' SanaparllU CCABAMEED to Care, oaio py Moimes a. Cowiot Johnson sIchiIv at RVTlH vl V. t..r . . I . ' V ' ' Hl" 1 H vu I a till fur iMit hiiiI .ll.ul I . . i . C l in from ilvalers. Willi r i"...... I 'i iHK -There ant nn -I.-... . . . slons. Tlie I.h-hI puckers sy il.ai , ,''?! . T"1" " Willi pnc- steady. v "Kxi, ItKKrTrnU. Ntiiilct. .,. ii... . . market I, stiadily nmli,ti.,.... t; tio. are: I'r rue st....r i, , . ... I"'a- SU. i'fc- ll.-l.i lit. ,v. : . " ' "I SICIT4. i-sei it.-ri.i.,;K i.-tv iu,"'iiv. heavy fur... Il.ifi .--. II .i., k ... '. ' . ."' v": dt'M -, rimiiw. in,. r,i.n.. m7,.i.L .7.'i , lftUw; sli.nt tWv. hi ;i:v: i' i?",-' - .vu m. ami I.4MIIX Ai-m 111. 1 firmer. inoiii.il irii.ii, i.-. mill. I in, nn..,-. I . N.r.i.gl..i,l. .i.v; f,.y f.,, HIt ; fi.irtoB.sM. K.J'v: ..v.lirv. .1 - ".. T:" ',' If". .", fhi. ,,. ;, ,1lr,''v-' c,r,.,,.v irt, ;;i'r-:r;'- l.l -ri Kit-Tlie mn -ket Is ilntt ,i- are iiui cunnici. ,ne sitivhIs there i e.n.sid.tn'.lo iiulln,,i: sri' tri. fill rrl.-es II. I. ,t U n r- 11 h i, i iioHf ii'in nrrn n4 i. uk.. frti K . 4L. ... 1. '.1vi...r .... i ., . ..,, ,--;. ........ ..s, , -T J,. i n si i mi . ss mr nt. v. ii.Kr, in iiinrki'i it mti..i Clmiff nirt 'u rn, new .'.: ip- at !W for o!it. rlr i, "'-rse, easy. Wv. find other; ,V '-' at Quotations: t rn. fi.' .... veil, , I len K'1 1 otlu'M Si in. .'llciil..'au T,. Isniiutnlilcal: .,irt!,nr . ..",,,rl't i . . .... M i . " (17 .1.01.-,.; '1 demand. ' f"retraj you do not know, whet, you eanVavelt lotio home as well? Correspondcn ce "Xited. R a. H0DGD01T, V AND llOUNTV ATTY., No. Craftsbury-Yt. t lieut. Late ol tho nth. Vt Host. HOT WEATHER Is here and we have a good line of goods for the season in Dress Goods, Notions, &c., which we do not raroDOse to srive awav. but will sell them at right prices. 0 L D TYPE Flour, Scythes, Snaths, Rakes and Forks, Groceries, Fish, &c. H. P. MUNSON, Morrisville. tern ltli..,. IT,- 1'llTITIir.t -Kirmi.r will. - Tlie mnrket U nm t .hlo nt -ji fair to it' o I, r,, WATFltrN (till.: a.,. For t'.o Week l n,lnK j,.T j AMOUNT or Livr. STIM K AT MtilKsr. Tills week 'ne. lst week l i-n M.. l Year ago. July 1... te T, ,i ''! :" VUM ritOM Tltr KEVHRAt. STATU. ... hcepai.il New ITsmrsMpo. rt 4i m Pains Vermont Zt j.vj MaJUvactiusctts... 4 . I" New York M 'in Weetoru 1RM H ; Total arru ivi0 im " - Mutnber of cars over Hill. r.n 1T ,' ..'' and .Maine, Sfc lloeton and I ..J-Tr'TT'.'""" burjr, la; Kaatern. :fc total. Mi ' I'rieea of Market Im. t...'.. . t . . extra, $n Uu i Sr. tirst . .7' 1.. T. " ond quality, frvwfjn. th.nl .nlit'y. I'rieeafif St.iiaittUi-Worktiie n..l?X . friKitl..!- farrow cows. l;,, . ?""n V I-lr, tmt milch e.. sand calve, " fTin; two years old, $1-,,..: 7, ,.' rll"N northern Suitable for babbitting machinery FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE ovvine v esii-m rut iiv- . drivi hotrs.fri ,,! p wlolVMll ricsi.f j,,e-paii.l lj.inl.s-li, I, fWJ5rtea. li; exi i a, U li .si ne ri. .. : spriiiR lmnl'H, tKi. y Bl '" 1 rices of Hides, In, low jli. , hiii. s,IV1.lUc V liril.. J ." '-Irltlit..n V oounlrv lii.l... . f V, lSC I J VVJ csl. .i " . : . r till low LV V Ik; rM.1, s . i v- r- v . . fckiN 4,. rxx x.l.l . . t 1.; wiiol A riiMi(VT PIM.. ee l It- IO cure HIIV l.e.l..l.. :. .""" t teremvta. an;,,;; '7"' r'1- ihn,,t li.nl nf. 'li'l not nlieve ""'"'j Hi,Ut