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MORRISVILLE and HYDE PARK. Thursday. September 8, 1892. L. H. LEWIS, - EDITOR. Republican Rational Nominations. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. We Bubmit that the press reports of the cholera are highly colored, still precaution is golden, and the efforts to guard against its getting into this country are commendable. The serious illness of Hiram At kins of the Argus will be regretted by many. He has heen in poor health all summer and his friends are very apprehensive regarding his recovery. Stevenson is the lively fellow in the campaign. He ia all over. While the head of the ticket is quiet at Buzzard's Bay, the tail is wagging vigorously. He is in one Btate one day and in another the next. The atest dispatch tracks him to Missouri.. While we regret exceedingly that Burlington and Montpelier failed to elect Republican Representatives Tuesday, we are certainly happy (so long as we must have Democrats) that such excellent men as "Jim" Henderson and " Gen." Boynton are selected. They may be in the minor ity there, but there will be no more genial or popular men there than they. And they will give strict at tention to legislative matters, too. The eheeky movement of the edi tor of the New York World to raise a campaign fund to carry western states because New York is uncer tain, ia receiving the treatment it deserves. The Kansas " Democrat " boldly declares that " if the people of Kansas are not determined enough to overthrow Republicanism in this Btate without the insult of Pulitzer's money, let the state go Republican." This is rather severe on a movement that is endorsed by Grover Cleveland. The Election. The returns from the several towns in the county are so complicated that it is impossible for us to get the entire vote complete in time for this issue. The new voting system was 6uch a novel a Hair that many failed to mark their ballots correct, and a large number were cast with no mark thereon. This is especially so re garding the county ticket. We are enabled to giveherewith the county's complete vote for a few offices. The majority for Fuller is 1003299 less than that given for Dillingham in 1888. It is estimated that the ma jority for the Republican ticket in the state will be not far from 22,000. GOVERNOR. Rpp. Dem. 56 26 186 88 77 201 236 403 175 101 177 Belvidere Cambridge Eden Elmore Hyde Park Johnson ii orristown Stowe Waterville Wolcott 67 80 29 144 48 114 80 27 28 Pro. 1 9 3 5 8 3 10 6 3 5. Scat. Total 1700 643 Republican majority, 1003. CONGRESS. Eep. Dem. Pro. Belvidere 72 21 Cambridge 183 59 6 Eden 94 71 Elmore 79 31 Hyde Park 203 133 8 Johnson 222-34 3 Morristown 427 100 Stowe 172 09 6 Wolcott 185 25 2 Waterville 92, .25 Total 1727 568 - 25 Political Notes. The next President of the United States should not be a man who slaps Union veterans in the face, or the Vice-President a man who stab bed them in the back during the war. Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette. It is probably true, as Mr. Mills nays, that protection keeps $200, 000,000 iu foreign products out of this country every year; but it dfes not seem to occur to him that the same amount of money is thus kept in the country every year. ht. Lioms Globe-Democrat. When ueneral Mcklos declared in the Chicago convention that 25,000 Union soldiers in Iev 1 ork would never vote for Cleveland, he know " where he was at" and what he was talking about. The returns in No vember will prove it. Pittsburg Gazette. " We are handicapped by thegener al prosperity of the country," is the frank confession of F. O. Prince of Boston, ex-secretary of the Demo cratic National committee. The farmers of New England are, as a rule, feeling more contented than for several years. New England larmer. Teace, plenty, protection, prosperi ty, progress, are the five p's which is sue the re-election of Benjamin Harri son. Ltica Herald. When we ask the Democrats wheth er they intend raising tariff revenue by heavily taxing tea, coflee, sugar, after they have, repeated all the pro tective duties, they get up on their hind legs and give the rebel yell, "force bill," as the only reply, and then they relapse into silence until the same question is again propounded, when the air is asrain rent with the same old, old yell, "force bill." Chicago Tribune. . STARTLING. This Has No Uncertain Sounds Majority for Powers, 1134. SENATOR. Rpp. Dem. People' Belvidere 73 21 Cambridge 176 63 4 Eden 88 72 Elmore 71 34 Hyde Park 188 138 9 Johnson 201 42 Morristown 370 121 6 Stowe 148 84 8 Wolcott 151 45 11 Waterville 90 26 Total 1649 646 38 A cyclone has struck the Demo cratic campaign. It is the report of Charles F. Peck, Commissioner of Labor for New York state, an ap pointment made by Grover Cleveland when he was Governor. He has been giving the subject of protection and free-trade careful consideration by gathering statistics as to the effect of the McKinley bill upon the indus trial interests of that state. Even if Mr. Cleveland's officer has given his friend the benefit of all doubt he is compelled frankly to admit that the investigation adds woe to calam ity to the free-trade theory. Pro duction has increased, wages have increased, with the result of fewer strikes in 1891 than in 1890. The country is prospering under Repub lican administration and a Demo. cr&tVc offteieA a compeUed -to inowledsre it. Majority for Burnell, 965. Lamoille county, for the first time in several years, sends a solid Re publican delegation to Montpelier. Every town will be represented and, what is more, by excellent men. All honor to spunky Lamoille I Here is the list': Belvidere. James McCuin. Cambridge. Daniel C. Walker. Eden. N. B. Mower. Elmore. L. L. Camp. Hyde Park. L. E. Harrington. Johnson. S, W. Newton. -.J Morristown. Wm. S. Cheney. Stowe. A. H. Cheney. Waterville. H. A. Jackson. Wolcott. Seth A. Fife. - ft in Two Kinds of Tariff. GOVERNOR MCKINLEY. Pat the tariff upon the thing you "don't produce, and who fixes the price to you? Who pays the tariff on sugar? We produce eight per cent, of the sugar we consume. collected $56,000,000 annually taxes upon sugar; who paid that ia x 7 w py, it depends upon who fix ed the price. Did the American pro ducer of sugar fix the price? He pro- aucea o per cent, of all we consumed be controlled about 8 percent, of this market. Did he fix the price, or did the producers who controlled 92 per cent, nx me price to tne consumer upon sugar? He did, because there was no competition at home to recti late. Now, let me illustrate the dif ference : A tariff upon that pitcher is oo per cent, livery dollar s worth oi mat Kind oi goods tuat comes from Europe puta into the public treasury oo cents; every 1U0 puts n 5 . . . . . - .1 .1 1 1 i3 " I That is a Republican protective tariff. That tariff was put there not alone for revenue, but for the building up of the pottery industry in the United states. I Applause. The Democra tic party, having no other consider ation in view than revenue, would make the tariff 15 per cent, on that kind of ware instead of 55 per cent Then every ship that come in would bring a cargo of this kind of ware from abroad. Fifteen percent, would encourage this foreign importation and you would put more monev into the Federal Treasury with 15 per A. J. I. .. -it i i . . . . ceui. tiian wan oo percent., out wniie you are oiDg that every ship-load would take the place of that much produced ia the United States and would drive thousands and thou sands of working men from employ ruent that are now employed by this industry in tne unitert Ktates. You are putting out the fires in your own factories and workshops and taking away irom tne woritingmen of this country the employment which he enjoys to-day. Which do you like Protection Proved. If protection is a real injury to the American people, some evidence of it enould be at hand something which we might see and feel and know. The individual citizen should know it from personal realization ; he should know it from increased prices of the necessaries of life, from scanty em ployment, ana stui scantier wages. But whatever knowledge comes to liim from his own actual experience fcives him no realizing sense that pro- vicnon is a Duraen, out, on the con trary, & blessing and a benefit. Tried by and test, measured by any utandarfi, we lead all the rest of the world. Protection has vindicated it- tulf. It cannot be helped by eulogy iiornurc Dy aeiamation. it has work ed out its own demonstration, and presents in the sight of the whole world its matchless trophies. It can not be cried down by false names or injured by offensive epithets, nor can u any longer suffer from falsehood r the forbodinjrs of the false oronhpf-,. It has triumphed over all its traduc- ers at noma and abroad. It has made the lives of the masses of our countrymen sweeter and brighter, and has entered the homes of Ameri ca carrying eomfort and cheer and courage. It gives a premium to hu .man energy, and awakens thelnoblest wpuauuun m me ureases ot men. Our own experience shows that it is b?st for our citizenship and other civ ilization, and opens up a higher and better destiny for our people. The day of repentance will come when we have a change. Gov. McKinley. AKainst the Anarchists. There is a decided sentiment against the anarchists in every part of this country, and it demands their- exclu sion from all rights of citizenship, if not their deportion to the lands from whence they came. They areill for eigners, it is well known ; there is no such thing as an American anarchist. The hospitality of our immigration laws has permitted thes9 mischievous characters to impose themselveu pon us and to participate in our affairs, when they really have no respect for iTftAfct.ioiiis tin to sympathy poses. ney ao not Daiieve in any Kina oi government, but are sworn enemies of law and order, conspiring against tne peace a nd safety of socie ty and improving every chance to in cite turmoil and bloodshed. It is certainly not right to allow such men to proclaim their pernicious doc trines; to maintain secret organiza tions and to have a voice in our elec tions. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Safeguards Aeainst Cholera, The United States Government has taken prompt action against the in troduction of cholera to this coun try from Canada, by providing for the inspection of all European immi grants and the disinfection ot all tor eign mails, clothing and baggage, at the ports on the Northern frontier. This sanitary work has been placed in the hands of a competent corps of medical inspectors in the District of Vermont, consisting of Dr. J. .V Jenne, of St. Johnsbury, Dr. J. H Hamilton, of Richford, Dr. C. F Branch, of Newport, and Dr. E. F. Norcross, of Island Pond. These in spectors have been appointed by Col lector Benedict, under the authority of Surgeon General Wyman, of the U. S. Marine Hospital Service and they have been assijrned to duty at the ports where they respectively re side. Horrors of the Famine. Mr. Blankenbu'rg, who went to Rus sia last winter to superintend the dis tribution of the provisions sent out from the United States, has returned home. He says the stories of suffer ing have not been half told. Fully one half the population in immense districts died of starvation. Those who survived did so by getting a pint of watery soup and half a pound of black bread a day. bitten to twenty pounds of millet "and two pounds of oil of the seed of sun-flowers made nil the soup that 100 persons got. Of tentimes after it was poured out thev would take it home and increase the quantity with water in the hope that it would go larther in allaying the pangs oi hunger. Gaunt, helpless people assembled in . bands. Little children were so stricken that their bowels distended. Men and women bound tbemselVeB labout'with ban dages. -. . Is it any wonder that the Asiatic cholera has now stepped in to com- plete the deadly work? In all the world there cannot be found such nn "ay ot eiy , ut-VriHeltHH victims Conemauffh carried over about 11. 000,000 pounds of provisions, but it was scarcely more than a drop in the bucket. There was an infinitesi mal show of charity from the rest of the world. Europe is now reaninc the penalty of its neglect in the dis tribution of the pestilence over the continent. Congressman Tom Watson, of Georgia, draws an inspiring picture of the Democratic attitude on the tariff question. "They went into, of- nce,' he says, "foaming at the mouth at the McKinley tariff bill. There was nothing too bad to say about McKinley. They dreamed of it at night. If they did not curse it it was because profanity would not do jus tice to it. It was a night-mare to them. It was a calico-hobgoblin. They staid there in Washington or eigut montns irom nrst to last. i.igDt solid months and from first to last if there was anything which the Democrats didn't attack it was the McKinley tariff act. I will tell you wnat tney did do thoujrh. Thev in troduced little pop-gun tariff bills and put wool on the free list. The first fellow they hit was the farmer." Grand Army Reunions. The com mittee on reunions for the 26th na tional encampment of the Grand Army at Washington has decided to group all the reunions together on tne man known as the White lot, south of the White House. Around the eclipse will be stationed head quarter tents for each corps, for the navy, ex-prisoners of war and other organizations. In the rear of these Our Great Foreign Trade. Calamity shouters and Free Trade theorists will find little comfort in the special correspondence from Washington, which the Trov Times publishes elsewhere, giving: the de tails of our foreign trade for the past year. The aa-srreaate was more than $1,000,000,000, and the balance of trade was over S200.000.000 in our iavor. countries which have bought ot us before made much heavier rrnr i . - r cnases than usual last year, and many of them took lanre Quantities of commodities which they had hard ly touched before corn, for instance. The old world is becinnins: to nnnre- ciate the value of American corn, and i. i-i t . . ' . iu ia nKuy to oecome a very im portant article of export. Then it appear that, notwithstanding the talk about "prohibitory tariff," more tnan nan the imports enme in free of duty. The McKinley act is very liberal as regards the free lift putting duties where they are most needed as safeguards of our home in dustries. The Freetraders find them selves beaten on every count of their indictment of the McKinley law. The contest over the will of the Inte Phelps B. Smith of Bridport, finished last week in the Addison Countv court, was an important, and m many respect a remarkable inrv t.rinl tents will be others for each brigade Ahe testator by h'.s will disposed of iu i corps, mere win be a J laree I nis entire property, amounting to ieuis ior tne reunion of corps. The over $b",uou. His sole heir at law ground will be dedicated under the was a little dauc-hter. If) venrs name of Grand Arm v place Sentem-I By the provisions of the will t.hia ber 19, the President, vice-president, daughter was only given a farm and the general commanding the armv. stock, valued at about $13,000.' nnd and other distinguished officers being the use of about $ 40,000 more dur present. M 1 f - s '? inK her natural life, to be managed -'-' I K -o -t nn L-ii . ? . jj ouuora. iub wm was contested 4.1. i. r A l. 1 1 . ... The Philadelphia TW nhinh i ",".L"e 1 uaugnter, it being a thoroughly independent n "aJ"?A lue,tor a- ma.ke the fion,; of F"--w. maKing a will on ac- Ho Z - LCr: "J1" "u w' was drawn. Mr. Smkhdiedin i""ni nun-u jo luueresLHi"-. x,noiifrn t,-i i..4. . , if will ho ;i,i a vJ uuijr kji icxnu jrear jrorn cnroniC alCO- lt will be assailed, no doubt, as a holism. t. the nranfn- ti. , .....i UWUIUCUU, rui I I if. VfHT t n. i . . I. 1 z 1. i . J """""-ij o", joai, iue tetai i in a few Hiuuuuuuu was id,Dib,iy pounds. This is insijmificant. comnnred with the KstTrm3-n gT .OI he Wa8 an1onS hi8old "locates. The .ir iuuuouj- ia remarkable. i or the trial lasted t h ree lveeL-u n n1 7H ; Dwisrht. a few months before his death and was pronounced cured, but his drinking habits returned as soon as first quarter the product was 82t 922 pounds; the next quarter it reached 1,409,821 pounds; for the third quarter it rose to 3,203,225 pounds, and in the last ouarter the product was 9.200.751 nonnrls The industry is certainly growing, and the opponents of the tariff might as well admit that much, and turn their attention to the question whether it is an industry worth foHterino- hv the aid of a protective tariff." The new postal card will Knnn ha for sale at the lanre oost-offieea in tim United States. This card is a folding one, one side of which is used by the writer of the orierinal messin-A nnri folded over. On the other half the receiver writes his reply and remails the card. There are to be two de nominations one cent for domestic use and two cents for international correspondence. Bourke Coekrao on the stump for Grover Cleveland will be a pleasant reminiscence of the great speech in which he said that Cleveland is stong every day in the year except election day. Baltimore American. neases wcra examined. Eminent conn pel was employed on both sides. The jury was out 18 hours before they j mi. . -, . . ugrreu. x ue case win go to the su preme court. Some Democratic papers are vei v much concerned about the Presi dent's order for twenty days' quar- uninie ugainst cnoiera. ihey pro fess to fear that this means too much 'centralized power" pn the part of me ii itionai irovernment. The nen- ple are not alarmed. A government. mat nas. not power enough to pro tect the country from danger of this Kind is not likely to command as much respect as it ought to have. The President' has done exactly right, and the people are with him. Some yenrn ago we were very much Bubject to severe spells of cholera morbus ; and now when we feel any of the symptoms tlint t.re ceed thnt ailment, such as sii-kness at the stomach, diarrhoea, etc., we become scary We have found (,'hamherlarn'e (,'olic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy the verythinfitostraiKlit en one out in such rases, and always keep it about. We are not writing this for a pay testimonial, butto let our readers know what is a good thing to keep handv in the house tor sale by A O.Ues Jforrisville: Holmes & C09u.Es, Johnsoy. ' WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO UVlt VEO PLE ? IT RINGS WITH A GREAT AN It GRAND HOPE. SOMETHING THOU SANDS ARE SEEKING FOIL A FACT OF MARVEI-iOns IMPORT TO AIjIj. New it i: kg, N. Y. A telegraphic dispatch from Newburg, X. Y., re-ve.-il.s the fact that a mo.st marvelous change has taken place in the person of one of its oldest and best known citizens. II. S. Shorter, Eq., is an old man of 75 years, and lives at 391 Broadway, Newburg, N. Y. It ap pears that Mr. Shorter, who was an extensive lumber dealer, began to grow languid, got tired easily, was nervous and debilitated, until at last he became so weak and exhaust ed that he was just able to drac: him self around. He lost flesh and strengtli so rapidly and became so alarmingly prostrated that his friends and relatives despaired of his life. Now came the marvelous change. Suddenly Mr. Shorter was trans formed from his condition of extreme weakness to one of strength; his nerves grew quickly strong and steady, his muscles became vigorous, his blood was revivified and enriched, he gained 15 pounds in weight, and to-day is in sound and perfect health. Such a remarkable transformation in a man of his age was a nine days' wonder. Of course the cause was eagerly looked for. Your correspondent, determined to know the truth for the papers' read ers, listened to the following aston ishing facts from Mr. Shorter's own lips: "I feel now like a new man I "What do you think of taking an old man of 75 years, physically weak and broken down, and making him feel like a boy again 1 Giving him new life, health and strength, and adding 15 pounds of solid flesh to his weak and debilitated frame! "And all in two months, with three bottles of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy ! Well, that is just what has taken place in me. Instead of being weak, debilitated and ex hausted, just able to drag myself around, I feel now like a new man ! "I advise all to use Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy ! Surely this wonderful remedy is a marvelous health restorer, and, with out doubt, the greatest medical dis covery of the age. If it can thus give back health and strengtli to an old man. weakened and exhausted by disease, how much more surely and certainly will it cure the thousands who are run down, weak, nervous and prostrated, who suffer fiom poor blood, weak nerves, dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, malaria, kidney audlivercomplaints, etc. Ior debility it is a speedy re- stoier of strength and vigor. If you are run down in health and need a medicine to strengthen the nerves, invigorate the blood, tone up the stomach and regulate the bowels kidneys and liver, Dr: Gre ne's Ner vura blood and nerve remedy, which is purely vegetable and harmless, and 14 tlio Vio-. i-..trf 1 v lnrwn ill t "UllJ- - - - Thd tJorth-West. FnT I'niSfiE Ai.nEn-r, N. W. T., to HViiK Park, Vt., Aug. 19, 1892. Editor i Ulio Achw anil Citizen: mer communication, of August 7' losixl with our arrival at Priiu-e Albert, which was Saturday. On Sunday morning we attended services at. the I'rcsbv" r.iiuor i ; tli In my Srn 1 think W veil, a nice little chancl. which Nimmodnte about three hundred Ethe largest in town. 1 .1 ..1 . : . l ... i i .iimi i iiirj;e ucicga I ion aiienuen ilvalion Army, which consisted jjif three rather attractive young ere holding services in the Opera u&e it, ior it win restore your health and strength. You can get it at any druggists for $1. It is the discovery and prescription of the well-known and successful phy sician, Dr. Greene of 34 Te.nple PI., Doston, Mass., the eminent specialist in the cure of nervous and chronic diseases, who can be consulted free, personally or by letter. Earliest Protectionist Farmers. Governor Mckinley. The first protective law ever nnss- ed, upon the Fourth of July, 1879, was passed by thefarmers of the Uni ted States and their representatives in Congress assembled. We were ail farmers then. Applause. What the old farmers wanted was a class of people who did notfarm.but who did something else, and would buy the products of their farms, and so the hrst Congress to provide for that passed a law which declared in its very preamble that there should be levied tariffs upon foreiirn coods: first, for the support of the Govern ment; second, for the payment of the debts of the United States ; and third, for the encouragement of manufac ture in the United States. terian eh would liooplc III the e' npon the of a force ladies, and House. -Monday morning we began to look abou and found the town located on the No. Sus katchewan river, a stream several hundred miles in length, very swift and deep, nava Kalile for large steamboats. At Prince Al bert the river is about one-fourth of a milu wide nnd is crossed by means of a ferrv boat On the opposite side of the river from the town is an Indian settlement of Sioux which came from the United States at the time of the Indian outbreak, in which Gen. Custer and nis company were enticed into an ambush and slaughtered. I saw one old Indian who informed us that he was engaged in the af- nay at the time of the destruction of Custer. These Indians are very peaceable now. They nave built, log houses and are very well pre- puren ior winter. 1 Here is a large reserva tion of Indians about thirty-five miles away toward the No. West. Mr. McKenzie, who iormerly lived in rlurlington, is now In dinn Agent for this section. Here were another detachment of t!. mounted police, who were a very gentlemanly sei oi fellows. 1 tie town 18 aO vears old and never bad a boom, but has enjoyed a steady growth. It now has a population of about num. Here is a hne court-house nml m built five years ago; and during the five years since the completion of the jail not one criminal nas ever Deen incarcerated therein. i was very much surprised to lenrn of the small number of crimes committed in these No. Western Territories. An attorney who depended on criminal practice for a living woiiio nave a naru time ot it, Here- we found fine farming lands. The soil is strong and deep, with plenty of timber nnu water, i ne timber land is all owned hv the government, that is the heavy timber, una earn settler is entitled to a certain amount: for buildings, fences, etc., which only costs the small sum of fifty cents, which he has to pay the officials for what is called a permit. i ne crops are looking very nice, l never have seen finer fields of wheat, barley and oats than I hi;ve seen here, and Buch potatoes I never saw before. The tops were heavy, green, and were covered with blos soms, heveral larroers informed me that they considered a field which did not yield uusneis iu uie acre as too poor to pay lor digging; and lurthermore it costs so lit tle to raise tliem compared to what it costs in Vermont that it almost made me want to remain and go to raising potatoes. The po tatoes know nothing of a hoe; they are plant ed by being covered up in the furrow when the ground is being plowed, and are dug in the same way. And stranger yet, the veuer able potato bug does not thrive in this com munity lie is literally unknown. This would be nn elegant country for mixed farming. The pasturage is excellent, and 1 he opportunities for getting hay almost un limited. 1 visited one ranch where I saw 2500 verv nice fheep in one flock. I also saw several fine herds of cattle and horses. If they only had our markets for their produce these peo ple would be the most independent on earth. The winters are cold, themercury often going to 50 degrees below zero, and remaining for a week at a time; but during this cold weather winds are unknown. The snow is very rarely more than two feet in depth. Sudden changes of weather in winter are very rare. Twenty-eight of our number took teams and went to visit what is known us the "Stony Creek District," a distance of about SO miles. Here were found some excellent farmiug lands, near to timber and well watered. Here is a splendid opportunity for lurmeis who want to buy homestead land. Improved land can be purchased within ten or twelve miles of Prince Albert for from f l to l per acre. On Thursday a portion of the party start ed on their return at Porage La Prairie. We saw some of the finest fields of grains I ever witnessed. The purty who started Thursday arrived in Vermont on the Tuesday follow ing; the remainder of the party followed on Monday and arrived the following Saturday. All seemed well pleased with their visit to the great North-West ; and often remarked about the manner iu which they were received in all the towns which they visited, and also by the U. P. R. officials and.employes. Waite. A Compliment to Vermont. A. A. Austin. Who attended the lreeuers meeting in the interest of tlie American Horse Dreeder. pays tnis Handsome compliment to the norses ot tlie state: "For the last century Vermont, so f. .i . . . lar as tue raisinr ot tlie use u nm stylish roadster, the all-around v,.- eral purpose horse, that noblest oi an animals. the fnmlv rr Horse, Uas been as near, if not nearer than any state in this bir eoiiritrv Vermonters love horses iust ns well as do Kentuckians. and if Kentucki nns have succeeded in gaining ahigh- er reputation for their equine pro duets, then it is owitiir to other cau ses than any lack of affection and in terest Ior the horse. 1 have seen horses led info the show ring in almost every state, and to day I saw as handsome and stylish horses' finished and beautiful to look upon, as I ever saw in Ken tucky or elsewhere. 'Ibeman does not live who lnves the blood of Hambletonjun and Mam- bnno thiof more than 1 do. I rocog- izeits immense va ue. and the f;w t, that the two-minute trotter will be built upon theselines. but forbeiint.v. style, finish and jreneral utility' I would like to select 1 0 Mnrmm lmrai that are at Itutland to-day and ex- idic tiiem against the great imrse- winners that are in camp to-day at Independence, and I believe the com parison woujd not be unlike that of Mrs. Lily Langtry with Mrs. fitting Bull." STAVE NEWS. Johnnie Stevens of East Charleston, while hunting, sent a bullet through one foot. W. H. Willey of Newport Center, was re cently thrown from his carriage, and his shoulder was broken. IMward Johnson, a 15-year-old Hutland bul, shot himself through one band while Immlliiiflr a rifle lout wpt-lc. wmi Y""-iUjUiuUiaKau. were lust wrcK eJnesd:iy possibly fatally injured ut I hesti-r by a derrick fulling on them. George Holton of East Wallingford, was thrown from his carriage at Jutland the other day and his right arm was broken. E. W. firoene, of North Danville, fell over the mill dam at that nl striking on the rocks below, broke three ribs.' iseiuon iiarris, of stowe, was instantly killed last Thursday hv a bimiiun- .h.;. load of logs breaking and hitting him on the 1ICUU Deacon William Henderson, of Ibirnot rw ier, ugeu , v years, was recently kicked by a horse and one of his lee-s nkn.llu i,-,.i ; i nu J 1 1 n.vn . John Bushey was recently arrested by Offi cer Bweency for peepinir into win, I,, kg ureen htreet in Hutland. He was brought uuiwid MunuiTt; annul uuu nnea f-ll.Ol. Alfnn ilia olirl4...nn A,. 1, - - . ..... CIKIIirril UllMIIIlM Old HAT) nt R.1 w and Mrs. Horace Leach of North Troy, was recently terribly scalded by getting a d'ipper nc.wi milieu uown nis Dack. Rudynrd Kipling has secured h is nrhito..t'a pians ior tuat cottage on the Balestier farm near Brattleboro. It will cost $ 10,000 and i ne hoi k oi erecting it will be done nevt win ter. Bliss N. Davis, son of the well-known Cnl. edoniau county lawyer of that name, who practiced in Uanville so many years, has been appointed cleric in the office of tlie Firt. I.. sisiant rostmaster Ueneral, at Washington. Hannah, widowof the late Chester Harrinir. ion oi onaiisuury, was accidently shot ami Killed lust lliursday, by the premature dis cliargo ol a shot gun in the hands of her grandson, l lie lull cUnrge of shot entered the abdomen. the f orest and Stream Club of Wilminir- Tne Plae t Suy llltoeifo libber Coods, They are going at a very low price, and are going fast, soon be broken. This is not for an advertisement, wish to close them at once, and our Present Prices will do it. Sizes will We Come Before Your Size is Gone, and by so doing save considerable money. "A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned." Our Fall Stocu of Dry Goods has commenced to come, and something new may be expected every week. A WKSTKRN SKNSATIO. roiillo Murder 8M to Ilv B Plotted by he rirnim' Alliance. Kansas Citt, Sept. 1. Two years the whole toiitliuestern country wn Rtnrtled by the brutal double murder of Frazivr nl Gibson, two of the most prominent cattle owners of Cliautauqu'k county, Kaa. The mystery of their dentin is now in a fair way of ln-inf? solved, and the iirrest at S dan. Kan., of Jerry Ilutton and Frank Kimsey, two prominent farm erg of the couuty, is but the ln-ginning of what is said to be one of the most sen sational plew of news that Kansas lias ever known. Those men are prominent in the alliance, and it is charged that the murders of Gibson and Frnasier were plotted at a secret meetina held by mem bers of thnt organization at the close ol one of their regular meetings. Twelve more arrests will be made within a few days, and the whole country is excited over the developments In the case. MILLS IS OUT OF IT. Ills Health Will Nut Frrmlt Him to Io Any Political t'aiivoln(r. Chicago, Sept 5. A special from Fan Antonio savs Senator Roger Q. Mills is in the city. He states that his health is very much impaired, and thnt he will lie com pelled to retire from his state canvass for a few days. "I am an old man and will have to Rive np active political work," said he. "I am completely run down now and will take much-needed rest. I have received a great many invitations from the Democrats of the north to enter the canvass, but I have declined them all, owing to the condition of my health." He repeated his statement that he will not take an active part in the Texas guWr- natorial light, but that he will vote for DOl'ULK TKAGKOY. WILC 36 Portland Street, IVXorrisville,Vt. MORRISVILLE BOTTLING WORKS! I have put in machinery for manufacturing and bottling all kinds of Sodas and Tonic Beers, such as Birch Beer, Cream Soda, Strawberry, winger Aie, cu,c. Can charge soda fonts, or anything that is charged with carbonated gas. ivianuiacture a good article of Hop Beer. Claim to manufacture as good TBMPERKNCE BEERS as any bottling works in the State. If you are in want of nnvthino- of the kind, eend for prices and give me a trial order. S. B. DOTY, Morrisville. SUMMER GOODS in large variety to be found at WiTlin IIOTIIIM STORE ! We have the largest line of work and Outins Shirts we have ever shown. Just a few left of those fast black dollar Jerseys at 50 cents. The best Summer Pant for a dollar you ever saw. L Massachusetts Farmer Kills Ills Wife - and Then Klioots Illninelf. East Peppekell. Mass., Sept. 2. Will lam lively, a farmer, about 38 years of ape, living at North Village, about two miles from this town, shot and killed his wife yesterday. He then went to one of tlie neighbor and informed them that his wife was sick, returned to the house and shot himself in the back of the head. Mrs. Lively is dead, and he will die. Cause of deed unknown. Mrs. Lively was a daugh ter of Calvin Itobbins, a well-known farmer of this town, and was married to Lively about ten years. The couple had two children, a boy of 8 and a girl of 3. The boy says he heard quarrelling in the house in the morning before he got up. HAS CANADA HACKED DOWN? A Move in Itrlatlon to Roo Canal Tolls Indicates That She Has. Minneapolis, Sept. 2. A special from West Superior, Wis., aays: Tlie deputy collector of customs has been ordered to return all papers and instructions relating to the Soo canal tolls. These proceedings are customary only when the law has been repealed or ceases to be enforced. Customs oflicers here regard the movement as an indication that Canada has Lacked down. Would-Be Murderer Bound Over. Norwich, Conn., Aug. 81. Manuel Rose, Portuguese, who shot and wounded Man uel Texerira in a quarrel over cards, two weeks ago, was bound over to the superior court for trial in $500 bonds. Texerira, whose wounds were at first supposed to be fatal, has recovered sufficiently to appear in court as a witness. On His Death lied. PoiiTLAxn, Me., Sept. 5. It is only a question of a few hours when Judge Nathan Cleaves will breathe his last. He is now in a comatose condition, and his physicians and brother, General Henry B. Cleaves, Republican candidate for gov ernor, are by his side, THE CATTLK MARKET. Doings at lirl;hton and Watertown ' the Week Ending Aug. 31. ' AMOtTST Or STOCK AT MARKET. Cattle hap and Lamus Western 8.674 lo,13 MaHRachusetts.... 44 lltf Maine PM .... New Hampshire 104 Vermont., , 117 Caiuula t.Wi l.M)i 10.350 for Bwine 82,T4 64 7 40 A large line of Straw Hats ol A-handsorrrrrline ' 0f"navv"L,irht Tie's icap ones nnd TJmT TT Total 4.173 Northern and eastern beef cattle Th eeipts were neuter anil the quality of ths re-of- erwear. iiosierv T J t. . 1 a . . . J Avuving ana ocreet Cloves, INight Shirts, &c. Fui LL Line Op- ORbFR Cloth inQ .Boston. AW cn Van Be Found nr O. M. Waterman's, Randall Block, Morrisville, Vt. fVrimr. not uuii onl v fur . Milch cows and spriniters. The snnnlr fair, the demand moderate, and values were steady at last week's prices. Dmvern claim that good milch cows are worth M per head more in the country than they can get upon ihcxe markets. Sheep and lambs Values were easier br Wo per lb. Veal calves The demand was fairly active. Values showed no change, quality considered. ll.flll vtiv innoj 11U Ulie HITI KKO. Kwlue Vor New England stock prices were same as lsHt week, ttc; per lb being received for country ilrcmed. elern are quoted from 5jf'c tier lb. live weight. Western beef cattle. The demank for home and country slaughterers' supplies was fair, and values show no change from the currant priT-a iwu iiufc wee mr goou, cnon-e cattle, while co mm an and ordinary grades were dull of sale and prices very unsettled. A TOWIC HORSFORD'S Acid Phosphate. A preparation of the phosphates, that acts as a tonic and food to the exhausted system. There is nothing like it; gives great satisfaction. Trial bottle mailed on receipt of 2 cent in stamps. Kumford Chemical Works, Providence, R. I. mosATP uoricrj. Iroliat ('r-liarlrl ml l.aMslll. I'ntll further notice, a I'mlmte Court fr sld District will lie held at the( curt ilmiv In llv.ls 1'srk. in said District, on each Monday. Weiliws. dav and Katurduv. from W a.m. t Iih.. nnd from 1 .30 to 4 p. in. 4iiiardlMii Account will ! u tied at such times ss sre fined ly previous ar rangement. Account f FxiTutot- and Admin. islrators should lie filed In the i'robutf Oftlcs when spplicst ion Is made lor notice of the set tlement thereof. EDWIN C. W HITE. Jud(n. IIvdb Park. Vt., July U. iswi. Guardian Notice. I.IIK!SK TO SKI.I- fitatn of Vermont. Dmtrlct of I jtmollle, . In Probate Court, held nt Hide I'ark. within and for said IM.itncl, on the SUi day of hept., A. D. IK'.I'J. Albert lemerltt. Guardian of Anun I.. Ictiu-r. Itt. makes application to stid Court for hi (. to sell tlie following dcacrilied real entitle of I is said ward, to wit : Tl e revemlounry Inti-r. l In the real estate of which t iara Jx-im-ritt dn-d seized In .loluiHon In nald illitrict. reo- reseiitlng that thn sale thereof for the pur pose of putting the nroceeds of mic'l tain at Interest or Investing Hie santa in stocks or real estate, won in lie ln-ncfn lai pi hi want: WherciiiMin. It Is ordered bv said Court, that said spplicalinii be referred to a session Hht-i f to be held at the Probate I mice, in mid llvde I'nrk. on the U4tli day of Kept., A. D. for hearing ami in-i-isioii increoii; and. II is liirtin-r or. lered, that all per in. Interested lie in Ml fled hereof liv milihcatlon of notice of s.ilJ application and order thereon, three week successively In ihe Nr.wa CirtKM. publldi. ed al Morrisville and II vile I'ark Ix-f ire -a I I lime of hearing, that they may apiiesr at said time and pi ice and. If they sen cause, object thereto. Ily the Court Attest 44 KD.IC. WHITE, i-i lze. Estate of Sarah E. Waterman. I.II'KMSB TO SKI.L. Suite of Vermont. District of Lamoille. In Probate Court, hi Id at llvde I'ark. In said Ill. trict tut the T.nh day of August A. D l 'i tl. licliry Powers, Adm'r of the estate of S.v rah K. Waterman, late of llvde I'ai k in said dis trict deceased, makes sniilicaliou to said Court for lii enne to sell all of the real estate of said deceased. Iu wit: House anil lot in the tillage of Hyde Park, representing (lint the sale Is nr. e. sary for the purpose of paying the debts ol said deceased and eM-ns. of administration. whereupon it Is ordered bv said Court. Hint aid application be referred to a session i hereof to be held at the Probate mice, in said lld Park, on the pith tlav of hepf. A. D. Is'', for llearinganddeciHiontlierei.il and. It Is further ordered, that all persons Interested be notilleii hereof, by publics! ion of notice of said applies Hon and order thereon, three weeks auci cs-ote-Iv in the Nkws asm Citi.kn, primed at Monls vllle and ll vde I'ark. liemre said time of hear, lug. that they may aptiear at said time and p. are. Slid, U lliey aee cause, ohlect thereto. Uy the Court Attest. 44 KDWI.N C. WIIITH. Judge. Guardian Notice. Stale of Vermont. District of Cam. idle. ... I n prvuate Court, held at llvde Park, within and for said District, on the P.ithday of Augu-it A. D. 4MCJ. II. Ilenrv Powers. Guardian of Pe.a ev a. Helen M. and Georgia Waterman, make, mi, nil. cation to said court for license to aeli I lie Mlnw- ng iicscrined real estate of his sal I ward', in wit: My wards' inu re! In the house and lot In the village of llvde Park, formerly owned and occupied by their m .llier. Nil all fc. Waterman, lau- oi said iiyue Talk tlecea-cd. renresenninr hat the sale thereof, for the nuroose of nuiiit. the pr- ceeds of a ch sain at interest or invest ing me same In stocks or real estate, w. u d ! beueliclal to said wards : W heri'iiiMin li ! nr. dered by said Court, that said application lie referred to a session thereof, to ! held at the Probate Orllce. in said llvde I'ark. HI the l'.ttll dav of Sentemlier A II for hearing am) decision thereon ; and. It is further ordered, that all persons interested lie untitled hereof, by publication of notice of said application and order thereon, three weeks SUCCeSSlVelV ill till aU- AWti 'ere.ii ...t A at Morrisville and Hyde l'aik. la-lore said I me of hearing, that Ihey may per st said timo and place, anil. If they see cause, object thereto. ivy tne I unit Attest. l EDWIN C. WHITE. Judge. Probal Estate of Addison Matthews. KOTICK OF (KTTLKMKNT. State of Vermont, District of f.amolMe. as. In "nn In.l.l al llv..- firk, lino, a. t "" "" .., . , , ney, Aiiiuiiustralor ol the estate nf AdilUon Malt hews. Int.. of M.,rri.t..u . . ,.. district, deceased, presents his a Inistralion account for exHuiination and allowance, and tnukes application for a decree of dlstribi" tloti and partition f the estate of sal.l deceased. Whereupon. It Is ordered by said Court that said account ami said application I, refcrreu t.. .ea slon thereof to be held at the Probate tifll.e In said Hyde Park, on the 17th day of c,.teml,cr. A. I. ls2. for hearing and decision thereon: ' "inner ordered, mat notice hereof ixt given to all persons Int. rested therein, by pule. Icatlnii of the same three Weeks successively In the Nkws ani, ClTlZK.v. a newspaK-r published at Morrisville si.d Hyde Park, previous to said ...... or Hearing, mat they may sp. pear at said time snd place, and show rau.e. f any they may hive, why said a-ciiut should not be allowed and such decree made. 44 By the Court. Attest. EDWIN U. VVIIITK, Judge. CLOSING OUT SALE OF ALL SUMMER GOODS I All of our 6 and 7 cent Print at sc. 10 and I2?4 cent Ginp-hams at 8c. Will not sell less than ten yards. Remnants in Dress Goods at half price. Twenty-five pairs Ladies' Shoes that sold for $2.50, ton, closed a very successful (jret seuoon Inst i3 and S3-5 t0 close at $2.00. A few Parasols left that We will 1. ursuay t ..ere was a tjasr staff and finK sell reffardlegs of what thev cost : us look at them we have a few left. Will sell them low. Clothing Fifty Suits that sold at $10 and S12. will sell at $8. Ten Suits that sold at $8, will close at $6. Some Hovs Suits that we will not make any price here, but if you want a Suit for vour uuy, see us. ruty pairs odd rants that sold trom 52.50 to $5.00. Your choice for $2.00. Straw hats at about half price. We havn't space or time to mention all the banrains we shall offer, but the above is only a few of the many we have. The above prices are for cash, so don't ask for credit. This sale will continue through August. Yours for business, . WELCH & FARRIN6TDN, JOHNSON. VT, lloston Produce Market Kept. S. Flocr There continues to be something cf a movement in flour, with the quotations about the name. Buyers are working cautiously, however. M ka 1 The corn meal market Is easler.on t he easier position of corn: Choice kiln-dried corn meal for export. $3 VnVf-' rf, bag meal, $1 li o 1 IS; yellow granualted. $.1 KK;i ;15. Oatmeal Is quoted at ft i.V-ioffl for ground rolled, t-Vu i for cut. Hye is quoted at tvic for dealers and sik! for round lots to arrive. Ityp flour, (1 &.a ; c I LV" - rrou,m wiu, jobbing prices "ie " . 1 -use cf r . W. Davis In said at $4!ii4 ill. I towu of llelvldere. on the !hiii. dv .J COHN-ls sun easier, wirn the market on .""', a',a h ny of rVl. next 'from f?,!". e.o!T- .,Vhl;2N,V.8 '' L?.;';!'.k. P' V:. "i1"4 oV1" wen of ilL." vi : t. 7ri" r je"'ir " ; i z:; . r " "m,i "n tne inn day ... -j- . ...... . . .n ntrm, rnnrr ni: . o. J 1 " ""V?,'"'"' ' IS me I Hie limited . Raid yellow. fv.,i.,c steamer yellow, ftMr.c; K'ourt for said creditor, to present Their claims ,lutit.r niiv.il Klft.lLu.- ....1.. rj,...i.. I tji ua . . . t , ... . .. mr umir Claillia ... ... r , Hn.,c, .ne.iie. 1 - rMniiiiiiiiuiiii anil H hisiiip. 1-oiiK wn pork pnivlsiima the market ia I 1'ateU. at llelvldere. this vmIi .l .v ,.r ., K. W. IA IS. A. 1'. lllitlWN. Estate of E. L. Brown. COMMISSIONEHS' SfOTIt B. tliTllon,l,Kr7l.,'5 hav!" lw" PMnte.l by mollle. O.mmiio . "7"""'" : adjust all claim, auu'uem..., i of "Z i agiiinst the esiate of K. I., n ltlvilre. In hmi.i iits.tr. .1-. r . . . .1.1 .1....1...... '"".!" l"'- aior- thai 1 A.- ' I the time limit, .! bv s.nl The Safest Koad To Wealth. Everybod.y wants to he rich, hut too much haste is liable to end in the ac cumulation of nothing but costly ex perience. The old, steady-going way of earning and saving lias not yet heen improved in the least in all the yenps of j'opid development in other directions.. Tlie uhjh'ty and oppor tunities for earning have been im proved by marvelous industrial de velopment, hut money once earned will not double txcept by lepritimate processes. Kochewter Dumoc rub mul Chronicle. raising;, speeches, music ond a irrancj burhe- . e, u puuuu ox ueiug rousted whole. I here erent least 2,000 people in attendant e. On the occnsion of the visit of McKinley to nutijnu, pickpockets relieved flen. I., ft KinKsley of 10: Gen. .1. G. MeCullough of v-"J, .lu.iKe rowieroi Mancliester of quite a "i"'- " lunuer iiuuieu iioukiuhs of Brandon of $:ii ; and several other parties also report i-u t ue iubh Ol nuiail SUmS Ihe dwelling and barn at Newport Center, owned by K. Hickford, of North Troy, and occupied by VA. Curl in and fuuiily, were burned last Sunday week. A sleigh and other oi n.-ieo it i..e uuru, owned by John Crawford """); -r- lurnn and tamily barely es caped with their lives, tteing fast asleep when the fire was discovered. The Ijuildings were iiiniiicw iui y . , .ii r. liie rown ot Chelsea hns voted to accept ...o Bou ui uuu. Aiuen rvpeare of Jiewton, Muss., and the proposition relating to the Alton rpeare public Jibiary and nieniorinl hull. The meet in appropriated $.-,000 in addition to 5,000 given by Mr. Spere p- imuiuniiiM were adopted in recog nition of Mr. Sneare's cenprmiM o-irr II n Mierman, .1. U. Ilaeon nnd A ?! P..ra ,.. eiei-ieu u uuiiuinj;,-committee. TllofmilmlV,,.-. M , ..k..v.ibi(.i .iuiijiii. mi ninn n 11 a id.iinii n oeiiuniuuy illustrated cii-cn l.ir with ..r tin ineir principul public buildinss of Wash ington, and a description of their location, wiin mucii otneruse u infoi-m,.Hnr, ..n-.i;.... l. . . f-"oiS ..... ciiuiiiuiiueiii u. A. 11. with rates ii. mi no points in Vermont to Washington ninl return, with full particulars of routes. me coiumnnuer oi each O. A H n.n. j,.. ..u a sqppty of ahQye circu- tion Ciq l,rouureJ on appljca- ., ,.m.t"' ri'lraad collision occurred between Wilhston nnd Ilichniond, Tuesday evetiinir in which two persons were killed outright, one probably fatally injured and several more or less hurt. The particulars of the accident so far as can lie learned at this writing area follows : A special train left Burlington soon afer the regular afternoon passenger train, containing excursionists homeward bound trom the llurlington Unllv At- it;..v.....i fnirlv Rtiailir .TI-.itlt th.l l.un.u .. .1 i i i V, , . t . i - '" ajxioaea Khoulders are slsuit Vc lower. Ukkt A fair traile. with the market pretty well sustained: I'riine steers, T-K-; gu,Mf, SU,, Uw; hunt. '" nW. Mutton ano Lambs Kteatly, with the otio tationsat: Choice to fancy spring lnmlrs, lf6 tic as to quality; common to giMsl, Mmiot.; Chi cago muttons. yearlings, t,(jUo. T c' I,.lVat. "r;VV-',.t.'"""".'" . cuoice eastern J4UU1V9 I (4VIVa.Ls9a I Cttl3, 0"' t, l , t 44 ConuuiMionera. choice lieav HV'Udc; common to gisxl, tkjjTc; Brigh- ( 17TTKR-The market Is slightly firmer, from the fact that Klgin is lirnier. The trwle here Is firm, with the feeling that butter i. ,,n .... ing any lower at present, Chkes - Steady: Choice northern full creams and twins. AMjiaiuW; fair to good smuo western choice. "Vaic; fBjr , KmM rv-j! saiie, tfiMiiHc; LiverjKl ia qiiot.Mi at Urn toos 'irm, with tlie nisrket at: Kancv ennont and northern. northerb fresh, drcJk-: eastern extras, r2.nl, ; r nont and New Hampshire extras, i,c:ic' Michigan extras, a,iil western nrsta. Juc- 1'oTATOKs The snpply ia ample a iiiaraei is eiy: rtriKtois. 25 pr Z..y-,-LM"?lr?' rw Hampshire l rb'!. eastern short, sweets, 25; Jersey double heails, ;) 2.1 !t, nrr.uuiicr easy, and yet gissl rwiking apples are wanted: Astrachans, 1 H,t,U; Wtl" Estate of John Billiard. I.K'IVSS TO SRI t.. 8Ute of Vermont lUstrlct of Lamoille. .-In Probate Court, held al lly-le Park, w ithin arid urid d,"tk, U th 3sV 5 iuV A. i ?' . Administrator of the esiate SfstHe'r" ,t,,,l"lr','1lut" "y'e Park, Iu iald district, tlecease.1. makes aipllcallon to sjid lMirt for license to sell part of the real estat? f sal I deceased, to wit : Kinrisoii place, 4 set's and bul dings. ,grtr p,,, Vftiei, sere. Jigi . hm".c?e U ';", "' ," ' lt .el 1 . . i i r .rel,",seniintt tUM the sale mile and tha i 25 per barrel; 1 A: Jersey tcra, 1 Suui; tier barrel; gravensteina. 5t, oouglu, 1 7.'m,Wj pipidna and por ; sif out boughs, tXi rivors, $4 I KEEP IN STOCK Nearly all kinds of Mowing Machine, Horse Kake and Tedder Ilepairs, and any part not kept can get on short notice for any machine made. 1 solicit vidir oraers ior an Kinas or repairs, itemember I ZEEP THE FINEST MACHINE OIL HADE. When Baby was sick, we gave ber Castor!. When she was a. Child, she oried for Caslorla. When she became Hiss, she clung to Caatorla. When the bad Children, she gave them Caitori Prices : 8c, 12 l-2c, and 20c per quart. mane a specially oi it. oood kinds and descriptions 40c to at$t.0. (L'riC3 relucad from also Grindstone, all hung with fratn'3, only :.5U, Please hand In your order for Mowlnor Maehi nnrermira and anui ilolm ,ei. e. in a hurry. quart. In Haying Tools I lead them all, as 1 .. : . Hand Rakes, 1-33 ; Forki, 30c ; Scythes of all LlArnAn CL. Oi Sj.oo. Try ; one ot our fullV warranted Scythes C QlGQ S OllOB OmPfi il.2. All kinds of Grindstones and fixtures; ",v" WM zIlZ J,UI ' 0UJR MILL RUNS FOR CUSTOM WORK. MONDAYS TUESDAYS. I ouote vou Meal at $l.:l: n 1 Pm.iiI i an. vn o v.i i of. Fine Middlings $1.00 ; Fancy Fine White Middlings 1.2(J! AND Xo. 1 the regular pasaemrer trniu missed a freiirht. ihu ptwsenifur truin bore a j)nr indicating Best variety Wheat Flour, $5.00; City Fastry and Howes Hist ,rirte.r..t7tm,.wa" i-t the GOlyD MEDAL and Fillsbury'sl Jest.-,.?.-,. 3St, f -,..,0 , GROCERIES I Among the incidents of childhood thnt. stnnd out in bold relief, us our memory re verts to the da.vs when we were youiiir. none are more prominent than severe sickness. The young mother remembers thnt it was Chumberliiin'H CoiikIi Ketr.edy cured her of croup, and in turn mlministeis it to her own onspring. nnd tilwnyH with the best results. For sale by A. O. Gates, Morrisville; Holmes & t'owi.fcs, Johnson. neigin wituouc needing this signal or with out orders started north us soon as the regu iiirimiu imsseii. About thp. ,,l.,a ..,h of Uichmon.l and while rounditiR a curve it eutnein collision with the excursion truin. 1 he engineer on the pusseuger train heard tho freight in seuson to reverse stenm nnd put on the air brake bringing the passenger train to a standstill just as the freight under full headway struck it. Fortunately the first three cars were nearly empty, it beingintend ed to set then) ollnf Hichtnond. T wo of the . au. veri crnslif;,) jnt.i kindling, wood nni) the third Imdl.y dmnilgud. Juqiie ' (irp'sijeU of Berlin, nnd Ocorge (1. Brown, Jr., of Mntpd icr, were instantly killed und Urnkemnn" Meurs so seriously injured that he will prob. ably die. Among those iiilmeil woo i-i,..!. A. .Sin i th, h It. Mors., H,,rry McAllister, S. H. ( olby, H. W. Dillon and L. 11. Oreen. liunroad otllcials from St. Albans nccom pained by iihysii ians were early on the scene nl the nceident and the injured wt.re taken to VY ilhston where they weteciired for. Kngiiiner Huily and Conductor Holland were running the pnssenjrer train ; the freight consisting of 2d cars was in charge of Conductor Stewart und hiiKineer York upon whom the blame is to to rest if later report verities the present statement of the accident, All who are looking for Fine Shoes don't forget that the FIELD-THAYER HAND SEWED SHOES I are the Best Make. beinr the shapes and styles as the expen sive Rechester shoes and by as skilled workmen This is the same upon, it Is ordered by sae.1 Court thai said a i h- eld a the ITobste Olnee. In - tld llvde 1'srk on the I7ih d.iy of step. A. I. I vi, for hear ins ul'u " ciilon thereon ; snd. it is further order f thai all Person. Interested benn.ed hereof. I y p, " nn.Z0',,e,,,''',' ,al" ' ..rile, tln're.ii, three weck succe.iv. ly Iu l,r t. f'a kClT7,"""r:' " " .nil Hvde laik. In fore snd time oi lieariug. that the miy appear at s.tld time and ula,e ,u , r! se-' cauae, objeel thereto. . " Bv the t'onrt Atle.t. fcl'WIX 0. Vi HITK. Ju ttfe. Estate of Charle E. Fihr. M KKSR TO ilcl. Stale Of Vermont I li.i ... m. Probate Court h..7d .. ' ' ." .V:" '"-."-" f-sald dl,Uict,oa U.e 17th' day W Vl" A. It. (iarvln Ad Mi I l a a it . .le.M fLf .,rr,i' '""kes sppllcstlou to Wolcott. renresenu "V L" " neeessanr for II.. ...v7 eharges of sdml,,' :,, , " i .." . "J " it- .. . ,,y '' "St said ai the Imli dav ol Sen a .' . o .Ion theros; ..,. nuf 'r ' eatmn . 1 ere.u d be nol.B.M hereof, by ,1 e?,'r1;,':l,,rL,,,, l1l"eslln ami onl. r "rkbe"",,U',, '" I He snd Ily', rrs uclore s Id t line oi !.....,.,.. Plesr st sal.l tl,e .o V"7""' cause, ohjet t thereto. ' " " "7 " lly the Conrt.Atte.t, H)WI.N c. W IIITF, Judge. 13 Estate of Charles E. Fisher. KXTKNSION or TIMS. f Shoes ever I and are now ac I o tier a full line at bottom nri. Vico fimi.iuh r- .;..a i. i .L in 2-lb. boxes, Oc ; Lare Salmon, 10c; Homo rendered Lird, 1:2c ; HomeFack; anil I n(Tt-ta in full annttltr of ltrv. . n ralmm 3 1A. It. MJQI Vl.o.. nVTi.t " i..V"', - " ' .V : C, , v, -v j.auio aia,u M ino u urea 1 1 lour. 3c: Uuckwlieat Flour, 4 ' ' My stock of Rivv and lloiled Lmseel Qd, White Lwd, Prepared I'ain I titty and Glass rurpentine. Varni-ih. ai .Japan (Jiiiekrviiife Floor I'aint Oxide of Iron, l'repared I'nuits for Iron and Metal H iots, Dry Oxide or Iroi and everytliiiigpartaiiiiiiir to the paint b inines is full and oomplete and i prices as low as the lowest. litst I.inseed mi nniv rjio no oii., large stock of I'atnt-brtislies. Call and see our stock and tret our prices befora placing your orders elsewhere. I offer Hu b-Wire, ualvani.ed, at 3 J-4c per lb I want at once 13 1-2 tons Maple Sugar, at higheit market . rice. Cash. Hrofrinat $1 "to & whoIe'stock Calf 1Joot at 51 50 a whole-stock, oiNjrain Respectfully, . I State of Vermont tit-i-i... ... ,,, . Finest Stock iSMr fe of l bs; liLVll,, A;""lltr:tl,.r on the e.te roiiKht into the county n,V l1'.'!11' ,,f '! '- H.K at reduced prices. ' I' tlXZTu '"V, "" 3 -SO grade for ?3.oa Sf- Randall Block. Morrlsviii,, Vt. .T r,k ti 1 ,,rJ l M-""-"v.iie .,..1 LlL" sid ica?l.n;. ne '""'"""v. ly. before ma ti mi lOOOO MM K-is imA m. tlcatiTrl ASH FURNISHFD A' Cambridge, Vt H. N. GRAY. J. A. KOJ1INSON, I' the Court Attest Kl'WIN c. WIIITK. Judge. OLD TYPE Suitable for babbitting machinery FOR SALE AT THIS OFflCE At 15 coat3 por pouai.