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VOL. XIV. NO. 13. HYDE PARK, VT.. THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 1895. TERMS $1.50. AMP NEWS AND CITIZEN. Km F.stnliliuherl in 1877 Citizen Established in 1872. United November 15.1BH1 Published every Thursday by LAMOILLE PUBLISHING CO. at C2 Portland St., MorrisviHo. and entered at the MorriBville post-office as second-cliiss matter. BUSINESS CARDS. J. C. MORGAN, A. B., Wl. D , PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KGEOX.-OMlce hours until 9 n. m., 12 to 2 ami 6 to 8 1. m. Office Ut Samuel Wiswell's resilience, ITKECK C. PACJE, PH. G., M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office hours until 9 a in, from 1 to Spin, Horn 7 to 8 p. m. Office, Dr. Allen's resilience, Johnson, Vermont. It. G. PRENTISS, M D. PHYSICIAN AND SUKG1 OX-Offiec in rooms formerly occuineii by 1 ) ' ' eeK as Dental Rooms, Johnson, Vt. Office hours, until !) a.m., 1 to 2 and U to S p.m. Night calls .at office. II. N. WAITE, M. D. fEW YORK and Vermont References. Reg- J ..ln. ULirdioian anil UliKiPntl. SneCmlat- eutloii given to the treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases. Office and Residence per manentlv located Johmbon. Vkrmqht. WM. W. GENGE M. D..C.M, OFFICE HOURS until 10 A. M.; from 1 to 3 p. m., and from 7 to s p. m. Special atten tion glveu to Surgical work. yt U. E. DOUGLASS, M. D., C, M. Office hours :-Until 10 a.m.; irom 1 to 3 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m. Office, No. 10 Sumer "Street, Morrisville, Vt. !' J. Ai ROBINSON, DENTAL SURGEON, Mokbibville, Vt Office open Sundays from U to 1 p. m. for extracting. Patients from out of town, please make engagements bv mail in advance. J. E. GAUVIN. PHOTOGRAPHER. When in Burlington call at the Clark St. Studio for line mush ell photographs. Cabinets S3.30 ami 4.00 per dozen. 2S Clark St., liiirlington, Vt. POWEltS & POWERS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Hall's Block, Morrisville, Vt. H H. POWERS. GEO. M. POWERS. F. 2S RAND & CO., Commission Merchants and Shippers' Agts for the sale of Produce, Putter, Cheese, Klfgs, Totatoes, Hay, Grain anil Maple Sugar. Consignments solicited. 122 Washington St., Haverhill, Mass. G. W. DOTY, BACTIOAL UNDERTAKER. Fir est goods the market aQords. Ice box and embaimer MORRIBVILLE, Vt. . A; A.NILES, . . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Morrisville, Vt. Agent for Life and Fire Insurance. In surance placed at lowest rates. Also Pension Claim Agent. Collections a specialty. Office in Hall's Block. R. W. MOODIE, A TTCTIONEER. All business by mail or -a. otherwise, promptly attended to. Ad dress North Wolcott, VT, AUSTIN BEIiKNAP, D .BALER IN Butter, Cheese, Beans, and Pro visions. nO. It TUIIjUU DUDOl AH.Ot.ULl. If you desire to INSURE YOUR HORSE Against Death from ANY CAUSE w WRITE TO ,,, . A. C. Brown & Son 1 Fire, Life and Accident jlNSURANCE Agents, Corner Main & State Sts., Montpelier, Yt. You can find Pure Drugs and 'Confectionery, Fine Stationery, Delicate and lasting Perfumes, and Low Prices, at HALL & CHENEY, "Pliarttx&clsts, Brick Block, cor. Main and Portland Street MORRISVILLE, VT. , . FARM FOR SALE I W want to sell our farm, und want to sell ft now. Ills situated in scnooi uisinci no. a, ear the centre of Hyde Park, and known as the Capt. Jones place, contains about 120 acres, ''over one-naif of which is In good cultivation. Ilai good sugar plaee of -Sou Trees. WIU sell cheap and on t-as, - l I. Hyde Park, Vt, BUSINESS NOTICES. Fob Sale. A desirable 80-acre farm. A. A. Niles, Morrisville, Vt. For Sale A Standard Cash Register, nev er been used. Will sell cheap. L. H. Lewis, Hyde Park. Store to Rent At $10.50 a month. Has a basement suitnble for work-shop, &c. Sit uated on Mnin street, Morrisville, Vt. Apply to E. G. Wilson, Morrisville. For Sale 75 cords of dry hard wood, 18 inches Ions:, everv stick perfectly sound body wood, that I will deliver in Morrisville for 1.75 per cord, rash. C. C. t isher, io. W oleott, t. Cows for Sale. 12 rows for sale on the L. W Spaldinir farm, nbout 12Vi miles from Morrisville. Part Grade Jerseys, all under seven, a (rood lot. C. S Noyes. Morrisville, Vt., Jan. 23, 1895. RemovalSale Big bargains in Furniture, Carpets and Wall Puper, to reduce my stock before moving to my new depot Btore about Feb. 11th to 14th. E. 0. Wilson, Morrisville, Vt. For Sale. Village farm situated in Mor risville, containing about 35 acres, known as he Daniel Hardy Place. 'Ihere are several good building lots on this plane. Favorable terms of payment will be given. Enquire of C. It. Page, Hyde Park, Vt., or of S. Harris. Morrisville, Vt. 12lf Wanted. About Feb. 1st a reliable and capable girl for general housework ia a family of two persons, man and wife. Person apply ing must be a good cook and housekeeper. Pleasantly located in the village and a de sirable place for the right party. Address at onre, btating wages expected. This notice will not appear again ; write quickly lor par ticulars. Mrs. HoraceC. Pease, Hartford, Vt. LOCAL NEWS. MORRISVILLE. A. A. Niles is in Barre on business. The W. R. C. meets next Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Churchill have been visiting in Burlington. Do you want to insure your horses? If so. read A.C. Brown & Son's adv't. A. F. Whitnev has been confined to his room by severe illness for a week past. Beulah, thelittledaughter of Frank Thomas, is quite sick with pneu monia. James Jewett went to Boston Tues day with a car-load of potatoes ship ped by Doty ..v. Kogers. Mr. Sinclair, the artist who looks after men's soles, is back in his shop after a siege with grip. F. K. Sawyer was in town from Northfield last week, to dispose of his remaining marble stock. W. II. Robinson is offering some big values just now in the clothing line. Watch his announcement. Messrs. Fisk and Slocum have a new and verv handsome oak desk of ample dimensions in their office. T. A. Lake. C. N. McLean and Ed gar Keeney, prominent horse owners irom Kockville, tonn., are in town. E. G. Wilson is fixing up his store building on Portland street. prepara tory to removing in his stock of fur niture. George II. Almon went to North field the first of the week, where they are talking electricity to a consider able extent. The Ladies' Aid of the M'.E. church will meet with Mrs. I. A. White next Wednesday, Jan. 30th. All are cor dially invited. A special communication of Mount Vernon Lodge, F. & A. M., will be beld this Wednesday evening. Work in M. M. degree. "God has His Flan for Every Man" will be the topic for the Universalist Y. P. C. U. next Sunday evening. The pastor will lead. " t Ralph Barrows. Fred Feck and Bloom Palmer contemplate taking a course of instruction,. in Burlington Business College. " John Whitney is out from his long sickness and is selling silverware, here and elsewhere for the Royal Man'f g Co, of Detroit, Mich. , E. H. Stone was last week granted a slight increase of pension, with a small amount of back pay, through Harrison George's agency. C. F. Smith, George II. Ten-ill, Har rison Dodt-e and L. D; : Grout were among the exhibitors of butter at the recent State Dairy meeting.. , The Grange of this place has re ceived an invitation to meet with the Granee at Stowe some time next month and hold a public meeting there. Bloomfield Palmer is at his home In Mystic; P. Q., on a brief visit. His nlace as "lightning slinger" at the dppot is taken by George Wheeler of Wolcott. ; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tyler and Mrs. Gordon have been confined to then rooms at The Randall by illness the past week. Grip seems to be getting in its wort, After a long and painful illness, Eugene Tyler hopes to be able to be at work again tula week., ana will probably be found at his shop on Bridge street. 1 ' About 75 partook of the bountiful dinner served at. the installation of the officials of Lamoille Grange last Thursday, and a good time was en joyed. The next meeting comes on Thursday y Jan. 31, and all who have been accepted and have not taken tne degrees will be admitted at this meeting, wnicn win uu m uuuoum iu tercet. Preparations are being made for a general rally and family gathering of the Methodist church and its friends, to be held at the church and vestry at an early date. The masquerade promenade booked for last Friday evening failed to ma terialize, on account of numerous other attractions and lack of interest in such an event. Mrs. G. M. Powers returns Thurs day from a two weeks' stay in Bur lington and Boston. Mrs. G. II. Al mon will return here on Saturday from New York City. Rev. Mr. Nanton's topics for next Sunday at the M. E. church will be, "Problems: How Solved?" and " Shall Woman be Equal with Man in Church and State?" V. C. Heath finishes the decorating of the interior of C. II. Slocum's new residence this week. The work lias been done in an excellent manner and would be hard to beat. George Bates, who has resumed his studies at Burlington Medical Col lege, is accompanied by his wife. They will "keep house," and Lwis Marshall will have a home with them. Rehearsals for "The Hidden Hand" are progressing in good shape, and it is now expected that the drama will be presented on the evenings of Feb. 7 and 8. Announcements will soon be distributed. The last quarterly conference of the year will be held at the Methodist church one week from Saturday. Presiding Elder Sherburne will be in attendance and will preach on the following Sunday. The five-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Harris died at midnight Thursday, of membranous croup, af ter 24 hours' illness. The funeral was held at 11 o'clock Sunday forenoon, Rev. Dr. Booth officiating. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. K. Currier start for Boston Saturday, where they will remain until the next Thursday, and thpn leave for Melrose, Florida. They will be accompanied by a few friends and expect to remain until about the first of April. Three new local enterprises are claiming attentionnamely: Cheney's Cough Cure, put up by Hall & Cheney ; Dwinell's Nerve Tonic, bottled by H. J. Dwinell, and the Satin Gloss Stove Polish, to be put on the market by George Houghton. ' It has been found necessary to do considerable more blasting at tile elpctric light station to make rcoro for the wheel. It was also found necessary to raise the foundation wall about two feet after the bed frame and wheel settings were in position. The News axd Citizen job office, al though well equipped now, is to have additional machinery and better fa cilities for doing work. With more help and these improvements we will be enabled to do work 'even better and more promptly than heretofore. The Academy students iiave. a ly ceum on the program for Friday evening. Among other things they will discuss the relative merits of preaching and reading. This will be followed by a social given by the young ladies, the proceeds to go into the piano fund! . . The report quite generally circulat ed Monday, to the effect that the shippers of the before-mentioned and much-talked of "maple syrup" had brought action against the town of Morristown to recover the aforesaid syrup, or its value, seems to be with out foundation. Action upon the "Round the World Temperance Petition" of the W. C. T. U., has been taken by the three churches here, with a unanimous church vote in its support. This mammoth petition is addressed to rulers of nations, and is already said to be three miles iu length. , In the absence of Rev. Dr. Booth, Miss S. Carrie Chase read an interest ing address by Rev. George W.Gates, a former principal of People's Acad emy and now located in the west, at the Universalist church last Sunday morning. Dr. Booth went from the funeral service at Carroll Harris' to his Wolcott charge. . . In the coming 28th annual encamp ment of the Department of Vermont G. A. R. at Brattleboro, Jan. 80 and 31. Col. G. W. Doty will serve on the Committee on Resolutions, and A. A. Niles will be a member of the Com mittee on Report of Depa rtment Com mander and also on the Committee on Reception of the Commander-in-Chief. The Epworth League will hold a social at the M. E. church vestry, Friday evening of this week, com mencing at 7 o'clock. A pleasant occasion is anticipated. Admission 10c. Refreshments will be served. Why not make this the begin ning of a more general attendance at these socials by members of the League and others? i. .- , v' Probably the largest load of lum ber ever brought into this place was that drawn here last week Wednes day by VV. N. Jones' four-horse team from Swift's mill at Garfield. There were 8,000 feet in the load-r-half a car load. ' Cutler photographed the load, and it will make a good show ing alongside f some of those west ern loads we read about. The business man who does not advertise need not fear the income tax. A party of fifteen couples take a sleigh-ride to Stowe Lo-night. Mine host Lovejoy of the Green Mountain Inn is ready for 'eni and a good time may be expected. There are quite a number of delin quent taxpayers assessed on last year's list, and it. is said that Officer George Town will take hold of such cases in dead earnest about Feb. 1. . Glance at the News and Citizen's advertising columns and you will find the merchants who are reaping the benefit of judicious advertising. An fTilvertiseinent in the JSews and Uti- Lex brings good results, for it is tuken by pretty much everybody here abouts. The Woman's Club held the usual weekly meeting at the library rooms last Monday evening. An entertain ing article on German schools was presented by Mrs. Slocum, and inter esting papers read by Mrs. Rich and Mrs. Niles. A special meeting of the standing committees will be held on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mr?. Slocum, to consider important business. -"It now soems probable that the State Woman's Suffrage Association w ill hold a mid year convention here at an early date, not yet fixed upon. Two evenings and one afternoon will be given to the work, and it is under stood that the Cong'l and Methodist Churches will be open one evening each. The Universalist church will also be opened, thus providing for the three sessions, as proposed by the officers. Laporte Dairy Farm was livened up to an enjoyable extent last Wed nesday afternoon, and Representa tive and Mrs. Smith were vry suc cessful in their, entertaining of the Methodist Ladies' Aid. The annual meeting occurred at this time and the following officers were elected for the; ensuing year: President, Mrs. I. A. White ; Vine-President, Mrs. A. R Campbell ; Secretary, Miss Lillian Whitney ; Treasurer, Mrs. H. Waite. The deep mystery of a menu hav ing supposed food back of its incom prehensible string of words, and yet not abounding in the jaw-breaking French that sometimes adorns such gastronomical programs, is indeed a novelty, and at the "conundrum" ,?upper of Friday evening furnished a great amount of amusement at the Cong 1 vestry. 1 he attendance was large, and if the old saw, "Laugh arid grow fat," is realized, the avordupois of the community will be largely in creased. Wrednesdav, Feb. Gth, is the date fixed upon for a public recognition service in connection with the pastor ate of Rev. George N. Kellogg, at the First Congregational Church. As is customary, pastors and delegates from the Cong 1 churches or the coun ty will attend, and further announce ment as to services will be made. This service is held to give Rev. Mr. Kellogg recognition as a Cong'l min ister among the county and State churches and pastors, but does not constitute him a settled pastor. Friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Stillman Warren, who reside a little this side of the reservoir, gatn ered at their home Saturday evening, with the object of aiding and partici pating in the celebration of the thir tieth anniversary ot tneir marriage, It was known that Mr. Warren him self had a trip planned to 'Berlin and Montpelier, but he was expected home in due season lor tne anniversary visit. Unfortunately he did not ar rive until a few moments after the guests had departed, alter spending a very pleasant evening together. F. G. Fleetwood is enjoying Lis stay in Washington very much and is greatly interested in the proceedings at the national capitol, but it is evi dent from his home writing that his experience and observation there, like that of many another, dispels in some measure the glamor ot encir cling glory and official dignity which is so generally supposed to invest the entire official life at national head quarters. He will remain until about the first ot Alarcn and will probably retvrn in company with his mother, Mrs. Gleed. who anticipates a brief visit to Washington and other points, The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Union tsavmgs I5ank and Trust Company was held at their banking house Monday aiternoon In looking over the record of this young and thriving institution, its accomplishment and present financial condition, its wonderful growth and the solidity of its investment, its stockholders and officers have just reason to congratulate themselves and to be congratulated, and it is a matter of much satisfaction to us as a community that an institution of this kind has, in Its three and a half vears' ex stencein our midst, reached suchc a : degree of prosperity. , Tlje newly 'elected board xf officers are : C. S. Noyes, President; G.W. Hendoe, Vice-President ; II. M. Rich, Treos'r ; Directors, C. S. Noyes, II. II. Powers, C.H. Stearns, G.W. Hendeo, P..K. Gleed, II. A. Slayton, C. B.Wetherby, U. K. Churchill, Ut A. Ricn, . -,-: (Additional MorrlsvUle -News. on 8th page.) HYDE PARK. H. M. McFarland was laid up the first of the week with an attack of neuralgia. W. W. Cowan of Bradford and Frank Newton of Maine were in town last Saturday. If you don't want the grip keep your feet dry. If you have the grip don't neglect it. Lee Wellman and Miss Jennie Parker of Lowell spent the Sabbath at M. P. Cheney's. State's Attorney Ilulburd and Sheriff Stevens were in Montpelier last week on Supreme Court business. Misses Cora Wheeler, Grace Benja min and A'ena Pierce of Woodbury were recent guests of Mrs. I. C. Vaughan. C. W. Scarff of Burlington was in attendance at the farmers' meetings as representative of the Farmer's Advocate. Several from this place attended the promenade and social given by the Normal students at Johnson last Thursday evening. Many here will be interested in the birth notice elsewhere, announningthe advent of (laughter No. 2 in the fam ily of Dr. E. E. Vaughan of Chicago. Marvin Goddard was home over Sunday from Boston. He left the first of the week for Burlington .where he will continue his medical studies. The members of the orchestra speak in the highest terms of the courtesy and hospitality with which they were received at Johnson last Thursday. Judging from the number of out-of- gear nasal organs and the abnormal lacial bumps and bruises one sees, winter sports must be at their zenith and the pharmacists happy. The ladies have in preparation a sheet and pillow-case masquerade for the benefit of the orchestra. In addi tion to this there will be a drill by several of the young misses. The event is to take place Friday evening, February 1. Miss Louise W.Caldwell of Dorches ter, Mass., is spending a few weeks at " The Elms." We are informed that in choosing a warm, sheltered spot in which to escape the severe rigors of winter, Miss C. expressed a decided preference for P itch hill ! The annual meeting of the Congre gational Church will be held next Saturday. At noon, dinner will be served, after which comes the roll call, election of officers for the ensil ing year and a general visit among the members. These events are very interesting and there will undoubted ly be a large attendance of members. A serious accident befell Bernard Maxfield last Wednesday while skat ing in company with several other youngsters on the meadow below the steam mi)l. One ofthe. lads rati against him, knocking him senseless nnd breaking the ankle cap of his left leg. He was taken home and the limb properly cared for and is now fast recovering from the effects of the injury. Our local horsemen are doing great things in the way of speeding their fast horses on the river now, where the ice is in fine condition for it. Monday the air was thick with rumors of a race to be pulled off that afternoon between two "good 'uns," but for some reason it ended in talk only greatly to the disappointment of quite a concourse of spectators who had gathered to witness the event. On last Wednesday afternoon the ladies of the village met with Mrs. C. S. Page to discuss plans for forming a "home culture club." Much inter est was manifested, the matter dis cussed informally and several topics of interest talked oyer. . To-day-Wednesday a meeting' was held with Mrs. A. L. Noyes, at which the plans of the club were more formally decid ed, and a very pleasant afternoon passed in readings concerning Nor way and Sweden. Miss Alice Page is at home for a short time, owing to the closing of "Smith Hall," an annex to Abbot Academy at Andover, Mass.; because of the existence of a case of diphthe ria there. All of the students occu pying that building (some thirty-six) have gone to their homes. Physi cians say there need be . no fear of Miss " Alice's having the dis ease, as she was very remote from the room occupied by the person afflicted. Every precaqtion has been taken, however.and for a few days at least the young lady is living in re tirement. Euitor News and Citizen :H Is seldom that a mother sinks so low in depravity as to wish her daughters to follow in her foot steps 'and willingly drags them down with her, but a sight tor moralists was witnessed recently, and may lie duplicated almost any night, where a mother with ber two girls one just budding into womanhood and a pretty nice appearing young lady, and the other a little one of perhaps eight summers were drinking beer and carousing until the small hours of the morning, iu company with some hardened wretches that called them selves men. in a car at Hvd Park station. and this is repeated night titter niutit, with occasional vatjattous from tne regular order to reduce the effect.' Nobody's business. Is It any wonder crime Is 'on the increase and our ttandaid of morality getting lower ev erv dav' as they arrow familiar with such sights? The mother is probably beyond re-' dempttop, one It does look hard that a strong hand is not interposed to' save tbe children -from following her In her depravity, ,. ' . ' ' Lsxow. The Late Grand Jury Photographed. Cutler, the Morrisville photograph er, has recently made some excellent photographs of the grand jury, taken during the recent term of court. That whole body makes a somewhat hand some and decidedly attractive group. In the foreground we notice the pop ular and efficient deputy sheriff, Geo. M. Town of Morrisville. George had charge of the grand jury during its session and although he allowed them some privileges he would not grant to a prisoner, yet he kept a close surveillance over the entire body. Next to him are A. H. Cheney and Chandler Watts of Stowe, the latter straight and erect and ready to respond "here" at the call of roll. Then comes Win. Hodges of Eden, who wears an indifferent expression, yet evidently intends that no busi ness shall escape his eagle eye. Next to him is the familiar form of Judge Miller, as handsome and attractive as when he was on the bench. At the Judge's left stands Frank Brown of Belvidere. looking as if he had had years of experience as a grand juror, while in fact this was his first term. Next is the foreman of the body, Frank Strontr, readily discerned be cause of his aldermanic proportions, looking as "natural as life." On the left end of the picture stands H. E. Nelson late of Wolcott but now of Stowe. The cares of a grand juror weigh lightly upon him, yet he gave close attention to all of the proceed ings. This completes the front row. The second row are elevated some what in the photograph, but not a single one of them feels in the least above those who were below them on that occasion. On the left is Chas. Merrill, one of the younger members of the group, looking de cidedly n-itural. Next to him stands that level-headed and sound man in everything (except politics), C. A. Rich of Morrisville, who, as was to be expected, w as a most valuable juror. M. C. Mower and Julius Bliss ot Morrisville are next, both perfectly life-like, especially the latter, who re sponded as promptly to the call to serve as grand juror as he did in the sixties to the nation's call. Thomas Wilson of Johnson is next; although a faithful juror he was ready to go home every night and thrice ready to reach final adjournment. In the cen ter of the entire group and in bold relief, sitting on a railing and sup ported by a post, is State's Attorney Hulburd. The position is decidedly natural and Ilia keen eye and the general expression of contentment in dicate that he has either been suc cessful in examining a witness or partaking of a square meal. At his right is Luke Potter of Waterville, looking pretty well after a few day's sojourn at the Phoenix. Mr. Potter was a closeobserver of theentire pro ceedings of the jury and carefully weighed everything brought before it before casting his vote. J. H. War ren of Wolcott, one of the hardwork ing and highly respected men of his town comes next, and at his right is the familiar face of Horace Good win of Johnson, indifferent as to everything except the duty which brought him to the county seat. R. S. Warren of Stowe and Geo. Gould of Elmore, although somewhat out of their usual sphere as grand jurors, wear expressions of contentment and look ae if they were as much at home in the jury room as they are in the tursuit of their every-day vocation. iast of all is C. R. Page, one of the youngest appearing men of the group. Were not J udge Miller there, no doubt wou'd be expressed as to who is the handsomest man in the picture, but as it is the honors are about evenly divided. "C. R." knows considerable about horse9 and this may account for his "horse sense" on this occasion. Altogether the picture is a good one and will be a pleasant reminder to those "in it" of their experience as grand jurors at the 1894 December term of our County Court. '" Centrevllle.' Everett Campbell has returned to his work in Barre. A. H. Calkins is.veryb.usy these days work ing iron for S. K. Vaughan s patent ox yokes. A few from this place attended the dance at Cady's Falls last Friday night, and all re port a good time. Mrs. Alice Bachum, who has been to North Hyde Park, to take care of her daughter, Mrs. Ober, who has been quite sick, has re turned home. A.M. Whitcomh sold the biggest hog in the state last . week. It weighed 040 pounds. Albert says when any one thinks that they can beat that he will try again. Klvcrside. Edwin Btyglcs and wife are visiting rela-" tives in Stowe. Willard Whitoorab has been confined to th house for several days by sickness. Mrs. Jane OrisWold' is visiting her daugn ter in Westford, and also a son in Milton. Mr. Colbey and wife, from Charleston, Ver mont, and Mrs. Georgia McOuffln, from Man chester Center, Vermont, are visiting their parents, Marcus (lould and wife. i.i. . h , ' i i-' '. it' The Laws. We have a few copies left of the laws' "in bandy pamphlet form just right for ready reference. It you want one send us 15 cents qujck, as the supply will soon be ex hausted. ' . . '- ' ' .- Dunn's Review, in its latest issue,, says prices ofVall commodities'- nrfe the lowest ever known. ' ' ' ""'