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MORRISVILLE and HYDE PARK, Thursday. October 8, 1891. St.J.aLC.R.R.TimeTabia. jeoaaosooi-t-a -oA'ljJ "I i-V-U j tr. 2 "I IB J 4 .'A CO H fs m .3 - -:- ti,?, s .- ? oo S 3 CO J i o m -o i- 3: ,o ti o n 3 F- 3 5-fscsi5?$r;a M b H t --: o s j : ; . S V xiV c. o 5; - 3 m & X O ?4 S BUSINESS NOTICES. O Car-load cedar Bhinirles at Dotv's. First eomo, Urst served E. J. Parker has purchased a cnr load of barreled apples from the Champlain alle.v. Will have them here at proper time and will give the people right figures. Notice. Commencing with next Saturday, The tenth, and everv Saturday tollowinjr, we Mi all be at Crane & Son's store at Hyde Purk to buy butter, ergs, potatoes, etc. We intend this to be a permanent market. G. P. Rouinsox. Special Notice. I have opened a Harness Shop in the Burke block, next door to Town ( lerk's office. I shall keep on hand a full line of ready made harnesses, blackens, robes, wnips, &c. Repairing a specialty; all kinds of country produce taken in exchange for Kods. A W. Mears. Morrisville. Look Here: It you are in want of Furni ture call at Wilson's Store. Chamber Suits, at. 16.ri0, that are usually sold at $22.00. JMninar chairs. 50 cents each ; usually sold at o cents. Holland curtains 25 cents each, complete with fixtures. Curtain Poles, with trimmings 35 cents each. Parlor Suits, $38. Lounnres, $1.50. Ready mixed Paint, any common color. 1.35 per gallon. Wall Pa pers at reduced prices. Remember theplace i.. tr. Wilson's Furniture Store. Morrisville. Home from market with the best assorted stock of clothing, hats and caps, carpets, underwear, hoots and shoes, gents' furnishing goods, &c, Sck. We buy for cash ; we sell for cash; no rents; no bad debts. Buying di rect from manufacturers, we will put out some good goods cheap. New goods every week uutil January 1st. For want of room, will name only a few of the many low prices: Knitting cotton, best, ;". cents, dress cam brics 5 cents silesias 8 cents, Clark's machine iiireau cents, matcher's butter color 15 and 35 cents (worth 25 and 50), ten dozen cents, ioo test water white kero Bene on 10 cents. Climax tobacco 40 cents- cut plug 30 cent, star matches. cents, rais- iuk o cents. urauu clonk sale soon; see small bills for date, c. We want 50 tubs butter each week and will pay highest market price. fuwpectmHy yours, Miles, McMahon & Co., Stowe. W anted I fifteen good lumbermen. Apply i ouce to r rank faraway, Waterville, Vt. Aoents Wanted. Wanted a tew good men to sell the Hickok Patent Cloth Dryer; greatly improved the present year. The best dryer made. Good pay to live men. A. F. W hitnev, Morrisville. Vt. Is Your Horse Lame. For a remedy that stands the test, Morrison's Liniment is the best. We know it. we are sure a fit. e can prove it. Why not try it? Cures pinched, dry and brittle feet, sprains, galls, lameness, sorenet-s, etc. James W. Fostkr, Bath, H. 11., sole manufacturer. LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. Mrs. Hannah F. Atwell is visiting friends it town. Miss Bertha Warner of East Ilard-WH-k is vinititig frimnln in town. The Daniels Bros, shipped a car load of butter tubs on Monday. Earnest Brackett baa gone to Chi cago, where he will engage in business. Currier's cloak opening is postpon ed until Oct. 20, 21 and 22. See adv. J. A. Robinson has commenced the cellar for his residence on Congress street. Edwin Hart and family of St. Johnsbury moved to this place on Saturday. E. E. Foster is making various im provements about his premises on Main street. Geo. Goodrich is improving his res idence on Bridge street by the use of the paint brush. Sni al meetinar of importance of Dcty Camp Monday evening, Oct. 12 at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. M. P. Bell came to town Mon day after an absence of four months jn Grand Isle Lounty. The effect of the new ventilator on the town hall was very perceptible at the lecture Monday evening. A lot of household roods, belong ing to the estate of Mrs. M. J. Blos som, will be sold at public auction Saturday the 10th. See bills. Stone-masons and brick-layers came on Monday and began work on the foundation tor tne Danu ounuing. Geo. Dike vacated the Morrisville House on Thursday last and now occupies rooms in A. M. Churchill's tiouse. The ladies of the Cong'l society Tiiuked a barrel yesterday full of rlothins to be sent to a missionary family. Mrs. McClintock accompanied her son E. M. Irish to Montpelier last Thursday. She will make her home with him. Genie Rochleau lost a finegold neck chain last Tuesday. An old fashioned locket with a minature photograph was attached. Chas. Sanders of Montpelier who bonirht the McClintock house last ppring moved here and took posses sion last week. Gov. Hendee, Geo. Powers, O. M. Waterman and A. W. Mears were in Boston last week and took in the Mystic Park race. The academy boys played a game of ball on the fair grounds with the nndemv nine of Hyde L'ark last hat urday and were defeated by a scoreof M to 27. W. H. Cheney has grown 1200 etooksof corn on less than four acres of ground, planted June 1st, and giv ing onl v two baskets of sortings lrom 100 bushels The Ladies' Spiritualist Circle will meet with Mrs. E. H. Shaw Thursday nftemoon. Oct. 15. A full attendance in desired as important business is to be transacted. Invitations areout announcing the nomine marriatre of Minnie Fitch of this place and W. F. Steele of Charles ton w. Va. The event occurs next Wednesday afternoon. Victor Brown has bought Asa rlr' house on Congress street ex- Mr. Ober is excavating a cellar for a new house two lots south of U. li. Blake's house. Mrs. A. Bugbee who has spent the summer in Biddeford. Me., is expected liome in a few days, when Fred Cro- well, who has occupied Jier nouse in Brooklyn, will return to his farm in Hyde l'ark. Mrs. Herbert Delano died on Friday last after a lingering illness from con- anmritinn. She eaves a nusoanu auu two small children. The funeral was lield Sunday afternoon, Rev. P. B Fisk officiating. i..tw1.iv Lrniifrht a chance of time on the railroad. The mail from the, west arrives at about teu a. in., and from theeast at nearly thesanie time as before. Express train goes west at about 9 a. m., and east at about 7 p. m. A. W. Mears has opened a harness shop in the rooms lately occupied by 8. V. Bolae on Portland street and has put in a fine line of goods. All in need of goods in his line will do well to give him a call. See business no tice. Mr. Randall is well established as proprietor of the Morrisville House, although he cannot feel perfectly at home in the Eornewhat disturbed con dition of affairs about the house at present, but the wants of the travel ing public will be well attended to just the same. The opening entertainment of the lecture course Monday evening was very successful. Leland T. Powers is perhaps the greatest impersonator on the platform to-day and the audi ence was not disappointed in expect afineentertiiinnient. It is pronounced by many " 1 he best yet." Attention fireman. All the com panies composing the Morrisville Fire Department will" meet at the engine house Saturda' at 6 p. m., for an nual inspection and drill. Clerks of companies will be prepared with a list of their men who will be entitled to abatement of taxes. G. W. Doty. Miss Carrie Fairman of Boston, very favorably known here, will give an elocutionarv and musical enter tainment at town hall on Friday eve, Oct. 23. Miss Fairman has a very high standing as an elocutionist and she will be assisted in the musical line by Mrs. I. O. Andrews, Mrs. H. J. Fisher, Messrs. Fleetwood, Cobb and Fisher with Mrs. A. M. Churchill as accompanist. ith this combina tion an enjoyableentertainment may be expected. The Messrs. llandalls have made a change in their hotel plans whereby thev now contemplate a building 40x100 feet. There will be four stores in it, to be occupied by Geo. K. Cur rier, U. M. W aterman. Mrs. t. u dred and E. S. Robinson. They will be finished in the best modern stvle. The office of the hotel will be on the corner of Main and Congress streets. The p'ans of the building, which are very handsome, are now in the hands of contractors who are estimating on the same. Silvek Anniversary. The friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Currier, to the number of about fifty, repaired to their beautiful farm home on Friday evening the 2nd, to remind them that thev had been mar ried 23 years. They were taken com pletelv be surprise. George Tas at the barn husking corn and his good wife was atwork closingup the labors of the day. For once in his life George was put to his wits end for words to express tumselt. tie seemed dumb founded for a moment and was cap tured without warning, but like a good soldier he quitely submitted to the inevitable. He said if he had only known that they were coming he would have been tixed up and had something good to eat and drink. The ladies of the party rushed inside and captured Mrs. C, who was also very much surprised, saying, 1 did not know we had so many friends." The party soon settled down to busi ness and a social and pleasant even ing was spent. V hue some were vis Uinar others were bringing in their lunch baskets, tables spread and soon groaning under the heavy load of good things placed thereon. The army bean and coffee were given a heartv welcome. After everything had been arranged for supper a stand was brought into the parlor upon which was a beautiful silver cake bas ket, butter dish, salt shake, spoons and silver money. Mr. and Mrs. C were led into the room and the pres- vntH wore prpsontecj. to them by Rev. M. Kingsbury, from their triends, in her usual benutifuland pleasantway. George said he had not words by which to express their thankfulness for the kindness of the presents. After this all present repaired to the din ing room and partook or tne reiresn ments awaiting them. All seemed to do justice to the eatables as well as themselves. Thus twenty-five years of happy married life has passed, at tended with its j.leasures and sorrows, with it anxieties and perplexities, but they have been true and lived up to the vows taken at the altar of God, by carj-ing out the scripture. "What God hath joined together let no man put assunder." Your friends wish you a prosperous life's voyage to the golden anniversary of your wed ded life. May peace, comfort and health be yours to enjoy is the hearty and earnest wish of your many friends. Augustus. Lamoille County Medical Society. The first meeting of the Lamoille Valley Medical Society was held at Morrisville last Thursday and was well attended. The society adopted the rules and regulations of the State Association, and therefore rigidly shuts out from membership all who are not regular college graduates. The officersarens follows: President, Dr. Allen; Vice President, Dr.Rublee; Secretary, Dr. Johnson; Board of Censors, Drs. Hall, Dillingham and Genge. The society will hold meet ings every two months, and besides bringing our doctors into more friend ly relations to each other, will, no doubt, tend to raise the already high medicai standard of the county. Belongs to Lamoille County. Apropos of the recent mention of the fact that a controversy was pend ing over the question whether Pleas ant Valley was in Chittenden or La moille county, Postmaster Wheeler has just received a letter from Z. D. Buker, who is the postmaster in the place in dispute. Some of the state ments made by Mr. Buker are very interesting. He says that there is no doubting the fact that Pleasant Val ley is in Lamoille county and in the town of Cambridge and that the post- ofhee has been located in tliesame lo cality for the past 30 years. When the office was first established it was kept by a farmer uaaied Rich ardson, who lived in Underbill, only a few rods across the line. Then, of course, it was in Chittenden county, and in name it continued to be there when it was moved across the line. The only reason that can be assigned for the fact that the first new post master who presided over stamps and cards on the Lamoille county side failed to inform the government that his village was not at home is that he thought it was too much work to do. For the past 30 years the post masters havecontinued to perjure the post-ofhees. Mr. Buker states that the government made out his papers, placing Pleasant Valley in Chittenden county, and he has always taken it for granted that thegovernment had ought to know what it was about. The village is four miles from Cam bridge, and the present location of the post-office is the most convenient for its patrons. 1111s case snows now completely the business of the gov ernment. and that of counties and towns is separated. If tho prror had occurred in the business of the couQr ty, it would have been detected at once. Postmaster Wheeler says he will visit the office and report it as from Chittenden county with an expla nation informing the government of the long - standing mistake. i ree Press. The sum of 14.245.000, or more than K2.0O0.O00 ner dav. counting Sunday repre sents the gold movement from Europe to the United Scutes. HYDE PARK. A few more painters are wanted at the new hotel. Some very fine pictures of the new hotel have been taken by Harry Noyes. Mrs. A. L. Goddard and daughter returned from Massachusetts last Friday. F. N. Keeler and wife have gone to Boston to select, furnishings for the new hotel. The plumbers are busily engaged in the plumbing and heating appara tus in the new hotel. Frank Slayton has rented the Par ker house on Prospect Ave., and will move into the same when repairs are nmsiied. Farmers will read the business no tice of G. P. Robinson. He is to take in butter, etc., at Crane's store every Saturday. Rumor has it that Andrew Camp bell is negotiating for the rental of u score in tne nricK diock and will open a watch-maker and jewelry estab lishment therein. About thirty-five from this place attended the opening lecture of the course at Morrisville Monday even ing and were well pleased with the en tertainment given. Garden pilfering has been carried on to some extent of late, by boys we presume. In some instances squash es have been lugged oft. thinkin they were watermelons. The marriage of Jos. Stewart and Mary Lackey, both of West Morris town, took place at St. Teressa's ca thedral last Wednesday, in the pres ence of a number of friends. Mrs. A. L. Noyes started Tuesday night for the west, where she will spend several mouths with relatives in Iowa and Wisconsin. She was ac companied by Mrs. D. L. IOaton and daughter of Morrisville." Slayton Bros. & Bliss have dissolv ed partnership ; Mr.Bliss retiring from the firm. We do not know what Mr. Bliss' plans for the future are, buc hope he will engage in some business that will keep him in town, as he is a good citizen. "Jack" McKay of Kingston, Ont., left for Troy, X. Y., where he will in vestigate the sheep skin business. While here ' Jack " made man y friends and became so attached to the place that we shall undoubtedly see him again in the future. The unusually warm weather of the past two weeks completely knocks out "the oldest inhabitant." Sun day last the thermometer indicated 82 in the shade. There has been a. change since then, however, and Octo ber is quite like itself. Rev. F. C. Taylor has accepted the call to become pastor of the church here and will commence labors Sun day, Oct. ISth. Rev. F. E. Perkins, who has so acceptably preached here for a number of Sabbaths, will preach here again tiext Sunday. Thaddeus Newland, having been adjudged insane by Drs. Randall and Genge, has by order of the Probate court been committed to the Water bury Asylum as a state charge. He was taken to that place Tuesday morning by officer Lanpher. Our allusion to street lamps last week has had a good effect. A num ber of fine lamps have been bought, and will soon be in place about the village. Still more are to be purchased and soon our village will be as well lighted as are the neighboring vil lages. Mrs. J. S. Harrington, sisterofGeo. Eastman of this place, died suddenly of heart disease at her home in Kear ney, Neb., Sunday, Sept. 27. She had been at her home but a few days, having but recently returned from a visit of several weeks in Vermont. She leaves a husband, who is a neph ew of Orra and Samuel Wiswell, and , four sons. The Kearney papers speak very highly of her. A very pleasant occasion was a re union at Mrs. Delia Grover's, last Wednesday of the members of the Bliss family and their relatives. The event was arranged more especially for the purpose of having the rela tives meet Rev. Dr. Daniel Bliss, of Beirut, Syria, who many of them had not seen for sixteen j-ears, and some of them never. The day, like the event, was fine and one long to be re membered by the happy participants. Harlow Bliss, the only surviving brother of Daniel, was unable to be present, owing to ill health. Those who were present were: Daniel Bliss, Mrs. Louisa Bliss, Mrs. Delia H. Gro- ver, u. 1j. bhaw and wile, C ii. Uliss, James Atwell and wife, John Fergu son, Volney Gilmore and family, Mrs. Jane Warner, George Gilmore and wife, Chas. Hill and wife and Harrison Grout. Rev. Mr. Bliss left for Massa chusetts Saturday, but as he is to spend a year in the United States before returning to Syria, he intends to come here again early next sum mer. CENTBEVii.LE.-Mabel Collins has returned from the mountains. 'Lulu Collins and Alice Pape from Morrisville, spent Sunday in this place. Mm. Jackson Camphell and daughter Alma, were iu town the past week visiting friends. UADY'S FALLS. Ask Mrs. C. B, Terrill what time it is. Etta Williams ha returned from Swanton. Mrs. C. L. Shaw called on friends here last week. Ina Barrows of Waterville visited Jennie Sherman last week. Austin Wilkins rested from his labors last week, owing to sickness. George' Lmerson of St. Johnsbury spent last week with George Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Drew of Dixville, P. Q- have been visiting Samuel White. J. N. Nutting of Lyme, N. H., is stopping at B. L. Fairbank's, buying cattle. T. O'Here and Betsey Merriam were latelv joined in the holy bonds of matrimony. Mrs. Fred Dow moved into her new house Monday and Geo. Brown moves into the house vacated by her. Norman Adams and son of Eden passed through hereon Monday with a large drove of cattle bound for Connecticut. Mrs. Leach and Mra, Burnell of Wolcott and Mrs. Mina Young of St, Johnsbury were the guests of Laura Wilkins Friday. Edson Cheney with a friend from Montpelier and Miss Mina Yates of Franklin and Miss Flora Cheney of Stowe were the guests of Mrs. Fanny ( lienej laet week. Mr. Laura White picked, the 4th inst. a rnsplerry branch ten inches long from which were picked sixteen large ripe berries. Twenty-four green ones were left with plenty of blossoms. Geo. Terrill seems to have the faculty to make farming a success, judging from his large burn filled to overflowing. He has seven acres of Sanford corn which has attain ed a mammoth height, many stalks are over eleven feet. EAST ELMORE. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gale of Barre attended church here last Sabbath. Mrs. V. P. Bragg is in Geogie, Vt., taking care of her son Merrit's wife. Harley Camp is quiete sick. Drs. Dilling ham ant Biglord of Wolcott, are attending him. Georgie Glen shot his fjrsfc partridge last Saturday, and it has made him severl inches taller. George A. Morse who has been in New Hamplhire, Massachusetts and Khode Island the past few weeks looking after his lumber interest, reports the market rather dull. Mr. Lestley has moved on to the farm he bought of Isaac Davis. Mr. Carr, who was carrying it on, has vacated it and rented L. S. Morse's place. Itgiyes us pleasure to refer to the adver tisement of Dr. W, H. Tutt which appeals in our columns. For oyer twent,yflve years Tutt's Pills have been before the public, and each succeeding year their vahjalile proper, ties become better appreciated. They now stand second to none for the relief of thut much abused and overtaxed organ, the liver, and for the removal of that cause of so many ills, constipation. They are used in every civilized country, and carry with them volu minous testimonials of their safety and effica cy. Tutt's Liver Pills should have a place in every household. JOHNSON. T. J. Boynton spent the Kabbath in town. Lizzie Pearl spent Saturday in Burlington. I. L. Pearl was in Northficld the first of the week. Mr. Cory went to Manchester, N. H. hist week. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rogers visited Bos ton last week. Mr. and Mrs. William Leslie are spending a week in New York. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Buck spent the Sabbath with friends in St.. Albans. Lewis C. Hall's valuable colt, was badly cut on the wire fence last week. Mrs. Codding and daughter Bertha, visited friends in llichford, last week. Mr. Newton and Miss Hale of Georgia, were at H. W. NewtonV last wek. Miss Colburn will give a public reading at Normal Hall, Friday evening. Mrs. George Sawver of Lowell, Mass., is vis iting her sister, Mrs. .1. 11. Hill. Lyman Jones brother fromLebanon, N. H is in town a few days with him. Miss Marvin of Sheldon, has begun work in 1. Li. I'earl ana to. s factory. Mr. and Mrs. George Livertnore nre visit ing friends in Georgia and vicinity. Mai, v Hill's associate teacher from Wolcott spent the Sabbath at home with her. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stearns took a carriage drive t-lirougu t ranklm Co., last week. Mr. Millard Grav is in town, and his man friends hope that he will decide to remain. Mrs. Jones and daughter Mrs. Demerritt, are visiting friends in St. Albansand (leorgii II. A. Waterman picked a small quantit of ripe strawberries from his vines last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Partlow are spending the week at Mrs. Partlow s home in Aliltou Dr. and Mrs. Wilson of Champlain, N. Y spent tlie Sabbath at their father s, II. W Stevens. Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Seth Hill, at tended the Missionary melting at St. Albans last week. Rev. Earl Ward formerly of Hvde Park now of Merideth, N. H., is stopping in town Mrs. Ellen Kitterbush accompanied her daughter to her former home in Auburn, Me. lasr. neunesuay. I). S. Davison, who has spent the last month at. I. A. Andrews, returned to Mont. real last r rnJay. Alice Beecher has gone to Burlincrton to take a few weeks course of lectures, at Mary VI.. ...I TJ ' J Mrs. Chamberlain of Worcester, who has spent several weeks with Mrs. Perry, has re turn ea to li er home. Mr. and Mrs. Udell, who have spent the summer with their uncle H. H. Collius, have returned to their lwme in California. The ladies will meet to sew at the Baptist vestry next Thursday afternoon. Articles for the missionary barrel, are solicited. Mrs. W. H. II ad ley leftTuesdavofthisweek for Chicago, w here she expects to spend the winter witn ner daughter, Mrs. A. O. Parker. The " A "class crave the Normal Faculty and band a very pleasant reception last Friday evening, cake, ice-cream and lruit were serired. Ten of our young citizens, headed bv Dr. Campbell, went to Sterling Mt. last Saturday by team to Chas. Goozy s and back, the bal anci of the distance on foot. The advertised letters are for fiev. J. A lark, Silas Chase. Eunice Flood, Will Ham let, Fred Hamlet, II. L. King, Geo Macomber, Thomas Moore, Mrs. Theo. Westinghou6e. A happy coincidence of the missionary tea- meeting held at Dea. Hinds last Thursday was, that it proved to be the 35th anniver sary of Mr. and Mrs. Hinds wedding day. Our dentist Sowles office is not over Innr-?. while his clientage is considerably so and constantly increasing. To escape from both " he took the woods" one day last week, but on reaching the top of Mt. Sterling "looked back" repented, an i cume home same day, eutire distance ou foo. Did Mr. Sowl?shave two swelled soles the next morninjr? And what chance had his soul to look out oi his eyes during church service next day? Mrs. Gladstone traces her lineage a thous and years, almost to William the Conqueror. If Alice Winchester of the Normal Faculty, could do as much or half as much, she would find somewhere an ancestor noted for speed and endurance on foot hence the name Wind-chased-him-or her. Miss Winchester, walked from Abijah Buck's house to the highest peak of Sterling and back to point of starting, last Saturday: and briskly walked to and from church the next day. CAMBRIDGE. Dr. Gilbert has a brother visiting him. 0. W. Reynolds left Monday for Boston. John Learnard, who has been laid up with rheumatism is some better. Itev. G. H. Wright's son, who has been sick for a few days, has nearly recovered. Mrs. F. L. Lang and children left Tuesday for Glens Fulls, N. Y., where tiiey will spend the winter. Mary Cady has returned from Boston, where she has been purchasing new goods for her millinery store. Is the arch bridge near the ville, an attor ney's office? A stranger would draw this inference from the sign thereon. A large company from this and adjoining towns, gathered in this place on Friday last, to attend the laying of the corner stone of the new G. A. R. hall. It was a very success ful occasion. W. M. Parker was the orator of the day. The horse trot under the auspi ces of the C. C. bami, was well attended. Tangle-foot flowed freely and a number were arrest sd. JEFFERSON VILLE. Freeman Dodge is very low. John Tracy was slightly hurt on the train Monday. Mamie Flagg has had a relapsebut is nguin improving. The young men's club met Monday evening on business. Dr. Grinned of Burlington was the guest of Dr. Flagg Tuesday. J. W. Page rented the south room in his tenement house now occupied by his son, for a law office to Mr. Sherwood as the new law office is ready for use. The horse trot at the Boro' Saturday was the means of bringing several trials fordrunk enness and disclosures here, though the par ties were from out of town. C. B. Wetherby and wife returned from their pleasure trip west last mek and report a very enjoyable time. They were gone a month and went as far as Denver, spending considerable time among the Rocky Moun tains. Rev. F. W. Oakes delivered a fine lecture to the 3'oung men Sunday evening, and gave notice that he would lecture again in two weeks. Such helpful advice and able treating of subjects as he is able to give us will be ap preciated in our community WOLCOTT. Wallace McKirstory ha had an increase of pension. 0. C. Fisher, who has been quite Bick, was able to ride out on Tuesday. T. Jones went to Plattsburg, N. Y., on Tuesday to put in a set of scales. C. G. Moulton, 84 years old, is visiting his grand-son in Essex Junction. H. W. Moody and wite went to Boston on Saturday for a two weeks' visit. A. M. Nelson sprained one ankle while at work for C. E. Huskell on Monday last. All book accounts and notes due me must be paid on or before Nov. 1. C. E. Clark. B. D. Bickiord is putting a veranda on the building occupied by B. Bumell as a work shop, U. J. Mudgett and wife made a short visit with W. M. Parker at Lisbon, N. H.. last week, t J. Albert Dow has returned to his place of business in Connecticut very much improved in health. W. F. Eastman has sold his house at Pot tersvillennd bought the house opposite the block of Mrs. Smith. Ed. Downing sold his farm in Chelsea nnd bus bought W. F. Eastman's place and will oon be counted a Pottersvillian again. Haskell's new store will be dedicated on Tuesday eve, Oct. 13 with a dance. Elmore will tarnish the music and the Universulist society will furnish anan tiquairan supper, and as there is plenty of room a good ti.ne is ex pected. Supper U cents each and dancing 50 cents. All tcenticmeii with ladies are cor dially invited. Dr. T. P. Hubbell was severely injured on Friday night by his horse taking fright near P. A. Stevens, and jumping down a embank ment and overturning thecarriage. Mr. Hub bull had one rib broken nnd wns badly bruised nnd shaken up. Although he is improving slowly yet he is not able as yet to be moved in his bed. The carriage was somewhat brok en, but the horse came out without a scratch. NORTH CAMBRIDGE. The ladies have determined to make a can vass of this place, for the purpose ol fencing, grading and improving the cemetery. The land was donated over fifty years ago, and si .ce then addit ions haye been made, which with grading, will gjvp room for more family lots. The cause is laudable, and many hav ing friends buried there, living at a distance, are kindly invited to assist. Contributions miiv be sent to Mrs. R, M. Illaisdell, Mrs. E. Mudgett, Mrs. Z. G. Chase, Mrs. F. H. Rice and Mrs. I). ('. Walker, North Cambridge or East Fletcher, Vt. We bespeak for t hem the success they deserve. NORTH WOLCOTT. J, F. Holton, who has been sick wilh asthma, is ou the gain. J. F. Hoi tou has fi stalk of corn thutmeas ures la feet, ii inches in liciylit. Where is Wheeler now? Miss Carrie Fairman is to have a reading at the school house Thursday evening Oct. 8th. Admission at cents. Meetings are held at the school house each Tuesday evening. One is appointed nt the Udell school house Wednesday evening. Con siderable interest is manifested. STOWE. The weather is hot and rainless. Mrs. N. Bigelow will go to Salem, Mass, this week. Whooping cony school children. prevalent among the The town is doing boiiio good work gravel ing the roads. Mrs. Isaac Alger was quite sick last week, but is now uener. A frost on Wednesday night of last week, the hrst oi tne season. Darwin Shaw is very low and not expected to live Due a snort time. W. II. Felix is now bhicksmithing in the shop of A. J Kooinson. Air. M.iyo and others are in New York on pleasure and business. The creamery closed last Wednesday for the want of milk, ice, etc. A. H. Slayton has returned from a brief stay in Rutland and Saratoga. Rev. Mr. Emery goes to Boston and else where this when on his vacation. We have only daily mails to and from Wa- terbury, the noon mail being off Oct. 1st. Miss Abbie Burt is the recipient of a very nice watch from her brother in New York. Dr. Mark Lord of Illinois is in town visiting his wife's mother, Mrs. Butts, and others. Our poor farm raises 3 SO bushels of pota toes from 1V4 acres of land. That is the place to live. James E. Houston and wife are in Burling ton. Mr. Houston being treated at the Mary Fletcher Hospital. There will be a harvest concert at Univer sity church Sunday evening, Oct. 11, at 7 o'clock. All are cordially invited. It is claimed that Sidney McLinn's machine recently thrashed 2.3 bushels of oats in seven teen minutes for Frank Robinson. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church met with Mrs. Daniel Flanders on Wednesday of list week. Thirty took tea and had a very enjoyable time. Mr. Robinson of Salem, Mass.. has been vis iting here among the Bigelows. Mr. Itobin son is a large manufacturer and employs about 300 hands. N -vs of the sudden death of Mrs. Ann Ham mond was received hereon Saturday evening. She was found dead in bed at Saratoga. Par ticulars not learned. Mrs. Patience Smith will sell a lot of house hold goods at public nuctifi!: .nt L.-W. Buz- zell's, on Saturday, the 17th. The assort ment is large and mnst be sold. See bills for particulars. There will be preachinsr at the Methodist church next Sunday by Key. J. W. Newton of Stowe and a week from Sunday by Rev. L. H. Eiinotc oi wateruury. They will also preach at the Branch. Dr. S. W. Oillett and family arrived from Nebraska a tew days since and w ill make this their permanent home where the doctor will engage in the active practice of medicine. He comes fully supported by diplomas from the tiannemon iYleuical Collesro of Clucniro and certificates of qualification from the State lioard ot 1'harmacy and the State Board of Health of Nebraska. Hon. W. S HobertofSan Francisco, Cal., accompanied by Mrs. G. C. Jones of Manches ter, N. H., and Bradley Shaw and daughters. Mary and Mattie recently mado their Bister. Mrs. H. C. M. Sherwin a very pleasant visit. During their stay thev visited AusableChasm in New York and the scenes oft heir childhood near Burlington. The occasion was one of great pleasure and to be long remembered. News of the death of Dr. J. D. Wheelock aged obout 70 years, of Clearwater, Minn.. was received here recently. Dr. Wheelock when a young man came to Stowe. studied medicine with the late Dr. Joseph Robinson, married Mary, one of his tutors daughters, opened an office here and for many years con- inueu a large and successful practice. He whs not inclined to unreasonably protract lis services but was ever faithful in the hour of need. Such is the tribute that his many friends here cheerfully pay him. BELVIDERE. Ezra Thomas is on the sick list. Mrs. Ripe strawlierries were picked by Fred M. Fletcher the 3d instant, also raspberries. We are enjoying a fine fall for us; vines and corn green and untouched by frost as et. Heman Fletcher's people buried their infant child the 4th instant. Elder Watkins officia ting. C. A. McCuin is able to attend to business again, Ins eye having kept him housed for several days past. The Selectmen have appointed Allen Chan dler Overseer of Poor, to fill the unexpired year of Mr. Miller deceased. The horse trot at Cambridge was quite an nteresting affair for some who attended from here; yet we are prone to think we saw several Cambridge parties who deserved a little of the discipline meeted out to us. NORTH HYDE PARK. The death of John Billiard, which occurred Sept. 24th. is a loss not only to our village. ut to the town. Me was a most respectable ownsman, and in tlie numerous positions ot rust which he was called upon to till, he faithiuHy and nceeptabiy erforined the du ties. Besides a wite he leaves u son and daughter. The afflicted family have the sym pathy of all. HARDWICK. Mr. Taylor's house is being painted. Mrs. P. A. Benjamin rode out last Friday. W. H. Underwood moved into his new house Monday. The repairs on the Titus store are not yet completed. Mra. Bangs' daughter returned to Boston last week Friday. Albert Pcrley, Elias Boardman and John Bill are ou the gain. W'. O. Clement has sold a building lot to L. S. Ford, near A. Philbrook's. Don't forget thnt Shnttuckhus a full line of watches, jewerly and plated waro. The time table on R. R. went into effect Monday, and is nearly the same as last win ter. The high wind of Monday, came near caus ing serious damage to Mr. Roundy's new house. Allen Place moved to Morrisville this week. He has been in the employ of Wheeler & Ship man, for many years. J. H. McLoud and Mrs. C. A. Lamsonwent to Boston for fall goods Monday. Mrs. French goes the last of this week. The trustees are putting into houses the village water. The leak in the dam nt the reiervoir.should bestopped beforecold weath er, and a filter should certainly be put in. WATERVILLE. Harrison Parker has moved into the house vacated by Mann. Judge Miller, nnd. I. N. Sterns, were in Bur lington the past week. Allen Mann has moved into the house he recently bought in the vidage. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Maynard were visiting in Montgomery the past week. Frank Lara way has moved into Chas. Gor mo's house, on the Codding hill. Mrs. E. W. Smith of No. Hyde Park, was visiting her parents over Sunday. Chas. Danver, with Gros. Blackwell & Co. of New Mexico, was visiting his aunt, Mrs. S. H. Brown, the past week. dipt. McFarland is preparing for sugaring by building a new sugar house and other ways repairing his camp, on the west side of the hill. EAST HARDWICK. Mr. Denion is visiting his sister, Mrs. T. J. French. Mr. and Mrs. Crocker from Boston, are visiting at her father's. Mrs. Inez Lovejoy, finuTConcord. N. II., is visiting at her father's, M. G. Nelson's. Boulanger, France's man on horse back, was nothing if not dramatic. His political career was a series of striking poses, sensation in politics curried to an extreme. He had to die in a tableau, with red lights and slow music accompaniment. Having lived a domestic life that would have os tracised him in this country, so open ly did he violate domestic morality, he ended his life by shooting himself on the grave of his mistress. The scene was well chosen the church yard, the resptrctful attendant, just far enough away not to interfere, but near enough to tell thestory all was well planned. As a politician Bou langer was a failure and something of a buffoon; as a man he may be de scribed in good American vernacular as "small potatoes," but as a stage manager he might have been a suc cess. The Minnesota Caxaax. The peo ple of Israel wandered in the wilder ness for forty years nnd never reached their Canaan. Jt is also for ty years since the pioneers of the hard wheat belt camo here, not to wander at, the bidding of a pillar of tire and cloud, but to settle in na ture's fertilo lap and toil at the beck oning of laughing harvests and bursting granaries. The pioneers of the Northwest have carved here their own Canaan whose milk nnd honey will be theirs nnd their descendants for nil time to come. The 1"7 farms of 18r0 have multiplied to 200,000, and the 1,401 bushels of wheat have increased to 100,000,000. Minneap olis Tribune. U. V. M. NOTES. Thompson '92 will be with his class this year. Stearns '91 is an instructor in the chemical labratory. The fraternities are busy looking over and spiKing their new men. New Testament Greek is one of the studies open to Seniors and Juniors. Ihe fieuhman entrance prizes have been awarded as follows: Hill, Greek; Sharp, J.ntin; Allen. .Mathematics. The new building for mechanical and elec trical work will be ready for use as soon as the heating apparatus can be put in order. College opened Sept. 30 under conditions which bespeuk a very successful year. The entering class of '03 numbers sixty of whom eight are ladies. The cane-rush, which is usually the first trial for supremacy between the lower classes, has been forbidden by the Faculty, on the ground of its being a barbarous and danger ous proceeding. At a college meeting Saturday morning it was voted not to support a 'Varsity foot-ball team this year. It was also decided to hold a fall atheletic meet for competition between the classes. A committee was appointed to arrange for n tennis tournament at an enrlv date. Prof. Storrs is to occupy the chair of elec trical engineering; Prof. Vote.v that of assis tant professor of civil engineeri!!!' while Mr. Corse will teach the Freshmen mathematics. For professor of mechanical engineering the University has procured t he services of Mr. Ayers from the Massachusetts Institute of leclinology. PROBATE COURT. The following business of public in terest was transacted at the Pro bate Office in Hyde Park dunnir the two weeks ending Oct. 3, 18U1 : Sept. 21. Guardian; application filed for appointment oi Guardian ot Dora M. Atwell. Johnson ; hearing set for Oct. 3. 1801. Sept. 2I. Harvey Holton s estate. Wol cott; license granted to sell real estate. San ford Li. Gates estate, Morristown; Geo. E. Town appointed administrator. Foster D. Randall's estate, Hyde Park; Harrison Grout and P.T.Denio. appointed appraisers. Sept. 30. W arren Hill's estate, Eden ; Ad ministrator returns report nnd makes appli cation to settle; hearing set for Oet. 10. '91. Resignation of Thoirns Beeves, Guardian of l'eter itonnelly, Cambridge, accepted : C. F Hulburd appointed Guardian. A. I. Camp bell's estate, Hyde Park; Administrator makes application for extension of time and asks for license to sell real estate; hearing set lor uct. z, isvu. Oct. 3 C. W. Jordan's estate, Wolcott license to sell real estate granted. Hearing ior appointment ot Guardian of Dora M. Atwell continued one week. Wateuhuby, Vt., Oct. 5 As reported in the News and Citizen of last week, 8 biiHhelfl of Japanexe buckwheat is a large yield from 4 quarts eowitm; but I har vested lOVt bushels from 2 Quarts sowinir. I write this simply to show the possibilities of tne yield ot tins variety. Very respectfully, L. J. KlLBVRN. BIRTHS. PARKER. In Washington, D. C, Sept. 25, a daughter (Ruth) to Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Parker. MARRIAGES STRATTON ELLSWORTH. In Hnrdwic-k, epf by Rev. .1. M. Nelson, James f . Stratton of Morristown, and Miss Ida O. Ellsworth of Stowe. DEATHS. DELANO. In Morrisville, Oct. 2, Mrs. Her bert Delano, aged 2-t years. FLETCHER. In Belvidere, October 2, Owen Fletcher, aged 1 year and 17 days. MILLER. In Belvidere, Sept. 19, Lucus Miller, aged 59 years. "RTanted at Ones, Three or four good house painters. Those that understand the finishing of natural woods and varnishing preferred. Come prepared to go to work. Good wages to the right kind of men. Apply to C. H. ANDRUS, At the New "Hotel Phoenix," Hyde Park, Vt. AGEXCY OF THE CONNECTICUT GENERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Of Hartford, Conn. LOVELL J. ELDRIDCE. General Agent, JYIORRIS VILLE, VT.! It is economically managed and its death losses are less than its interest income. EVERY POLICY is a DIRECT, SIMPLE, and GUAR ANTEED contract. Nothing is left in definite TO 15E SETTLED AT A FU TURE TIME. It gives all the PRIV ILEGES, BENEFITS, and OPTIONS that are consistent with SECURITY and SOUND BUSINESS PRINCI PLES. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Lamoille County National Bank OF HYDE PARK, at HYDE PA11K. in the State of VERMONT, at the close of business, FRIDAY, SEPT. 2i, lftOl. RESOURCES. Loans ami discounts (133,39 23 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 1.C42 10 U.S. Honda to secure circuliition 2.1,000 00 Due from approved reserve agents .. I5.mr, 73 I'.ttnktng-houge, furniture and Uxturcs 8,000 00 Current expenses and taxes paid 3ii5 24 Checks and other cash items 5,248 Oft liills of other Hanks f72 00 Fractional paper currency, nick lea and cents 43 04 Specie 1,900 00 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer, (live perce.it. of circulation) 1,125 00 Total 13,082 29 LIABILITIES. Capital stork paid in 1 100,000 00 Surplus fund 25,000 00 Undivided protits 5,17! 19 National Kank notes outstanding 22,500 00 Individual deposits subject to check... 39,752 lo Demand certiiicates of deposit 651 00 Total (193.082 29 STATE OF VERMONT, J I.EnWAnn L.Xoyes Count of liAMon.LE.ssi. j Cashier of the above named Knnk, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of mv Knowledge mid belief. E. L. NOYES, Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 2nd day of Oct., 1891. H. M. Noyes, Notary Public. Correct Attest, C. S. NOYES, ) P. K. GI.EED, Directors. H. M. McFAKLAND. ) OKI EISWAJr WASTEII, Salary and ex- 0L penses paid. Brown Bros. Company, Rochester, N. Y nrHTNESS and HEAD NOISES CURED by UL HI Peek's Invisible Tubular Ear Cushions. Whispers heard. Comfortable. Successful where all remedies fail. Sold by F. HISCOCK, only. 853 Broadway, New York. Write for book of proofs free. noon Afinvrs "wanted for m LLliLl s DAYLIGHT or 1.UJI1TS AKU SHADOWS OF SEW I0RK MFF. A Chr'ntian woman i narrative of Minion work done " In Hn Name' ln toughplacei,revealin(rthe"imier(i! of thtviulrr rorlfof New York "Oil & a Komon." It deaenhes Cipel work in the alums, and Kivea a fanioui detectire ell yearn ex- poriencea. B; Mra. Helen Campbell, Lot, and In.neefor Thaa. Brn.-a lletectnxi i. With lt5U enirraviniri from Huh-llxht photunrapha of aeenei in Dmrt'M A'ew 1'ort 6 1 awl by A'lAfc ' u and itood, lull of teari and umilea. it ii on ally of Temperance, a witneaa to the power of the iopel,-i ( f"r tvrry home. MmUteri aay. Unl rl it iminent women rMOO Airenta Wanted, Men nd Wpmew. -.! "m..A ma,lZ. r lll.tanee Un hlmlri.i.ee. for we fa) i-niahtt and irlve Extra Term: Write for circular! to PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM rl tilnntwi and beautiliea the hair. a 1 1'roiuolea a luiuriant gruwth. Never Faila to Restore Uraj Hair to ita Youthful Color. Curcl icalp ditfa'a ft hair tailing. yr, and ) ""at Ini)fg'ts I .e Parkfr'B Oiniter Tonio. 11 cure. i tlie '"'" Weak I.ntnra, IWiility, Induction, Pain, 'lake intiine.aocta. s FOR TORPID LIVER. A torpid liver ilormiKM the wliol mj tein, ttntl produce Sick Headache. Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. Thers tm no better remedy forth common alioeusea than Tutt'a) Liver Villa, as a trial will prove, rrlce, tffto. Sold Everywhere. PAINTERS m At 0. L. WOODS Just in. a nice line of FALL AND KINTER CLOTHS in Chevoit. Surges and Fancy Worsteds. Business Suits from $18 to 28. Dress Suits from to t(). A fine line of Pantings, both in checks ami stripes from 5.o0 to S.S.f,). Give me a call as I know 1 can please you. Repairing done. Am agent for the No, 9 Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. No. 14, Brlcfc Block, Xiorriivllle. NEW WELCH & FARRINGTON'S, Johnson, A few more Summer Ginghams and Prints to be closed at Five Cents. A full line of WAVERLY SCHOOL SHOES! Every pair warranted. Ladies' FALL and WINTER GARMENTS. Sim.,. New Fall Dress In all ths Latest 2To?elties. We have the Latest Styles in French Dress Fabrics, Plaids, Stripes and all the new shades in Main Serges, Henriettas, Belgium Broadcloths, Flannels, etc., also a larger assortment of Black Dress Goods than any other place in the county. CEO. US. CT7HHIEH, MORRISVILLE, VT. rise's Cot Who's got what ? that's the question. To which the party questioned, replied: That the new fall and winter goods which have been received . .. and are still coming in, will fix Robinson in the Brick Block so he will have a larger stock than ever in Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. Suits, Overcoats and Hats, for Boys, Youth and Men. All the necessary out fittings for the cooler, wet and then snowy days that are next on the calendar. Look at his goods and do not hesitate to do so. whether buying or not. In his two other de partments, that of all sorts of Stationery and Family Groceries, he can indeed show you that he's really got 'em. 2To. 10, Brick Block, Portland Street, I.Iorrisvillo, Vt. Furniture I Furniture ! ALL KINDS ! ALL KINDS ! ALL KINDS ! At Lowest Prices ! At Lowest Prices ! At Lowest Prices ! AT DOTY'S, MORRISVILLE, VT. Call and see the best assortment ever brought into the county. me which are more especially adapted to heavy work, we have a largo and fresli stock of Fine Shoes of all grades and will guarantee to give you as good a shoo for the money as can bo bought anywhere. In addition to tho "Nox 'Em All's," Wo only ask you to call and examine our stock and bo convinced for yourselves. Respectfully, H. P. MUNSON, Morrisville. GET YOUR JOB PRINTING -A-T THIS O-FFICTEL. FOR '3 Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Ammunition, Cutlery, Sporting and Military Supplies of all kinds. Wholesale and Retail. Tho A. G. Alforl Sportitz Goods Co., Baltimore, 111. i liiMKis aisn snipped lrom .ew orK or itosinn. I Catalogue free. 4m3 AT Vermont. HEADQUARTERS l&s zZ7 zJ dJ t3 Our Annual Cloak Opening ! POSTPONED Until October 20. Those wishing to purchase sooner will find a good assortment to select from now. We have just received our new stock of Fall and Winter Garments For Ladies and Children. Goods and German h . . , ; . r f : iJEsfaSai a hoes THE MORItIS VILLE IFSUEANCE AGENCY. II. C. K. If. M. It. It' ini-tnliT Hint nrn prpiaril to ilo all Klmla of In iiir.iiicp ilimlni-a nn alinrt nntli'i U'tllH reaiili-llt HL'fllta ..r acy.Tal llft-ili Colli-Jiaiu.-M. ainoni; other Insurance Co. of No. America That Oltlr.l wad alr(,(, C anaMMa- Dolim l.uain.'aa In thN unction. Wenlmll appro elate your ,itronuK,. mn li,,i,r u K.-i Uir .iiara of IU II. M. RICH will liave an Intercut In tlii binlne. mid imrttc. may i'ily to or communicate witti lam, or ltb lie uiiiU-rslKm'U. figs du men, Morriiville, Vermont. GROCERIES I We are still at the old stand, where may be found a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE Canned. Goods, Teas, Coffees ana Groceries Generally. Everything new and fresh ; high est market price paid for eggs, butter, hides and calf skins. C. T- MORRILL. Morrisville, Vt. Basement- Cor. Main and l'orlland 8t. Do You Tyrant a Lumber Wagon If so, examine those manufactured by 11. J. Lili.ev & Co.. w ho have constantly on hand the lar gest assortment of FARM and LUMBER WAGONS ever shown In this section. We sell on very favorable terms. WHEELS. We have constat) tlv on hand a irooa stock of standard wood hub and .Sarven patent Wheels which we sell at very low prices. We can sell you a set of XX Sarven patent btifrgy Wheels with hubs bawled and will include tire which is the best quality of steel, round edces extended over the rim, fur $U.fiO, and will set the boxes free of charge. Itesi'ecU'ully soliciting a continuance of your valued orders which shall have prompt attention, we pe Tours truly, H. J. LILLEY 4 CO., HYDE PARK VT. I Lave on hand a Rood assortment of one ani two-horse Sleds and Sleighs, of different styles. AND BANNER WAGONS that I wish to close out for Cash or Good notes. 1 shall run my own 1'nint iSliop after this date and aliall ' employ a first class painter. Satisfaction Guaranteed. am also agent for Wheeler's New 1 rocess Kvaporator. C. E. CLARK, Wocott, Vt. E1IIJI II ME! Owing to the advancing years of my father, I have purchased the farm owned by him for many years past, near 1 lyde l'ark village. I lav ing neither time nor ability to car ry it on properly, I will sell it at much less than its value. To those who arc acquainted with the place no commendation is necessary. lor the benefit of those who are not, say it is one of the best farms on the Lamoille River. It has a meadow nearly or quite one mile in length, and nearly as level as a floor. It was in a fair state of cultivation when purchased by my father, and du ring the many years that he has owned it he has been constantly improving it, until it is to-day one of the most fertile farms on the Lamoille River. The dwelling is a good two-story house, in an ex cellent state of repair and pleas antly located, and the barns are fair. It would cost $3500 at least to build the buildings to-day The larger part of the farm is in Morristown, where taxes are comparatively low. The balance lies contiguous to Hyde Park vil lage, where there is an academy, court house, two banks, printing office, steam mill, hide house, and sundry stores, railroad depot, etc,, all of which are within to mile of the farm. The place is now offered for 4000. It was sold a few years since for 10,000 It contains 200 or 215 acres, but if desirvd will rescu e a part of it. Terms for payment will be made easy to any one who can cither pay or secure $1000. CAXISOLL S. PAGE. Hyde Par'.;, Vt., Feb. 10, '91. Tried for 2Q Years . Tho original hiiiI only iron nine ('uiiiixiiind Oxy gen Treatment, Hint"! lr. Ktarkey & I'lilen, U a seleiitlnV Hiljiinliiient of tlio element of y. cell and N itroiien niaunitlzed, and the roinMnnd In no eomlensed and Inuda uorlaldo tliMt II ta sent all over lliu World. It lias 1m en In nac for more Hum twenty year: thotiiutmla of iallenla have been treated nnil over one thousand phyilrlan have uaed It and reeoiiiinoiidfd It a very nignllteaiit fart. .. The crent nueeeas of our treatment Int. tlvin rise to a hoatof Initiators, iinseruini lima im tsoih, Home enl line their reiiara'lon t'oinHiind t Ken, often ppn.niitiiin our teatiimrutal ami tho name of our satieiila. to reeoiiimend worth, lesa eoneiN tlons. Hut any nnlirtanee made els, where, or ly oihcrs, and called l ouiHuiid Oxy gen, Is spurious. "Compound Oxyiren Its Mode of Aetln nl ltesiilts," Is the title of a hook of vim price, nirw llshed hv 1'rs. Starkey & I'aleii, which clvca m all iiuiiirei full Information us to thin remark ahle curative audit, and a record of mirprisnig cures in a wide ritniio of chronic case. many of them after l'Hn ahamlomd In die l y oilier physician. Will le mulled to any addrvim on application. Drs. STAXISEY & ! Art h lrM, l-lallatlrlplital, OBIH OLD TYPE Suitable for babbitting machinery FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE At 15 ccta per pound.