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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1882.
WKDNKSDAY, MAHCH 15, 1882.
Fnst Dny Proclntnntlon.
BT tfll GOVKKXOB.
In acoonlaiice lth A ciwlom ao long and ncropiilonntr
ob-erved in Jew England Ihat tt Wfina almoat a pirt of
car r llgloa falth, I, Roawell Farnham, floven.or, hereby
appolnt Fkidat, riii iitiKtn pat or Arut. kixt, as
day of fwllng, humlllatlon and prayer, And 1 nrge tipon
all good cltttenn that they regard the Af not only by
refralnlng frora thelr twnal rtiiployinrnta aml Improper
muwmwto, but alw by auch rellglona olwmancM ln
placea of pnbllc worah'p and ln Uietr homea aa are le
flUlng the ilay.
Ulven under my hand aml the ra of the aute ln Ex
wnllre Chamber at Bradford, thla thlrtrenth day of
March, tn the year of onr Lord one thoimand elgbl
mindred and elghty-two, and of the tndeiendence of
the Unllod Htatea the one hundred and alxth, aml of
thla commonwealth the one hundred and flfUi.
liy the Ooternort ROSWELL FAHNI1AM,
LtiTta T. Thirbbb,
Sttrttary of Cirit ani Mttitary Atfairt,
Hw your lluter cftrda At 11. 11 Slayton'a.
Hb.me.mdku Netl Burgess tn Wldow Bedott, the
Kkv. L. Wahhkn ifl to preach ln Woodbury
fio to Walker & Tuffer for tubber booU and
oboefl. Low prlce.
Mit. I. A, Lathroi-, wlio liaa been qulte bIck
frora bleediug at tho lunga, Is worae.
Mrs. Lvzik Lord Condit U maldng a brlef
vliit among her numeroue frlendo 1d town.
Huy the White fewlng machlne, It la ono of
the best. Sold by J, C. Grlcga, Waterbury, Vt.
The new Goepel Ilymnn can beobtaloedat G.
W. Wllder'n. See hls advertlaeraent for ternie.
Epizootio cough nnd heave powders are ad-vertl-ed
tn thls paper by J, lt. Hall. Newport, Vt.
Bkadley's Biiper-pliopphate of llme, always re
llable, always the best, U forsale by W. W. Tark.
Thk Woraan'B AnilMary of Christ chnrch will
mcet with Mrs. Charlen Dewey, on lburday
Conhtaiilk IniHit Boldfufflclent property of Mr.
Jamea 11. Langdon, at auction on Frlday last, to
pay hn Uxes.
Nkw uprlght plauo for ale at actual cost for
cash. A great bargaln, Call at once at Sioger
Thk Domeptlc newlnj; machlne tn now for Bale
only at the "Capltololllce," 40 South Malnntreet.
Call and see thcm.
F, X. Scovillr has for hrg Gravefl' pntent Im
proved lounge bed a perfect bed and a perfect
lounge. Call and oeelt.
Auiert C. Dkwkv and Frank Tuttle started
for Fargo, D.ikota, Monday afternoon. Mr. Da
rld C. Sloan lucceeda to Mr. Dewey'g buslneps,
It tfl not penerally knownthatfilllngof punched
coln is puntshable by a flne of 53,000, or bylm
prlsonment for not more than five yeam, or both,
Jamks Brvamt'h horae dropped dead ln the
street Monday mornlng. James ts now a capl
tallst, and the Iohs wlll notmaterla'.ly derange lils
Mii. Chaki.ks II. Ckobs and Mr. Albert Johon
nott, we uuderstand, contemplate jolntng thellay
raond excunlon to the Paclfic const, whlch leaves
Hoston ln Aprll.
Dh. Wheelock wlll be In Stowe wlth hls den
tal chair thU week Wednepday, Thursday and
Frlday. 111s ofllce at Waterbury wlll be closed
until Monday, March 20th.
JamehT. SAitiNhas been appolnted soleagent
for Montpelier of the Verraoot Accldent Aasocia
tlon, and Mr. J, 1. Kddy 1s authorlzcd to aoltclt
appllcatlons under hls directlon.
Tiie maple augar festlval of the Ladles' Chris
tlan Temperanco Unlon, at Trlnlty vestry last
week Wedneaday evenlng, was but thlnly at
tended, whlch U inuch to be regretted.
D. T. II. IIohkins our agrlcultural editor,
wlll eend the prlce 11st of hls Memphremagog
eeed fann and nuroery free to any one who wlll
send hls addretw to hlm at Newport, Vermont.
IIutteh was off about five cents per pound at
Slaton's botter inarket last Saturday and thlrty
flve centa waB the rullng prlce. But even thls
price 1s hlgher than ever beforo, wlth money on a
Calci at tlie "Capitol oOlce" and see thd new
"Groton" ttewlng machlne. The best In the field
to-day. 1'artles buylng of them wlll have thelr ex
teDses pald to Montpelier, and dlnner at the
Unlon Ilouae free,
The Ubrary of Univernal Knowledge In com
pltte peu, and a largo stock of the Amerlcan
Uutik Kxchange publlcatlons, juat receired and
for sale at the former low prlces at O. W. Wild
er' n book-store, Montpelier.
J, C. Griooi has thls week been recelvlng large
qimntltles of goods for Kprlng trade. Krerythlng
new and dettlrable tn centleraen's and ladiea' llne
ithoes in nprlng styleti, wlll now be fonnd at Grlgga'
ctore, Knlght's block, Waterbury.
II. K. Slavton wlll, for the next thlrty daya,
aell goods at prlces never before heard of ln thls
vlctnity. These goods embrace a large Uneof
ntationery of all klnds, Rtcel engra ings, chromos,
bociks, velvet frames, and other artlclea too nu
lnerous to mentlon. Give hlm a call.
Lkt noone forget the ladles' meetlog at Beth
any chapel thls (WednemUy) afternoon, from one
tlll half-past five o'clock, to new for the beneflt of
studenta In Iloward Unlverslty. Word comeg
from there that they are tn preaslng need of lielp.
Artlcles of new or seeond-hand clothlng grate
TiiEcase of M. T. C. Wlng v$, Davld Barton of
llast Montpelier, trted before Justlce P. II. Illnk
ley last Noember, was declded on Monday In
favor of the plalntlff, Damagei S.V) and cokU.
Mr, Barton took an appeal to the countycourt.
X J. Deavltt, attorney for the plalntlff; S. C.
ShurtlelT, attorney for the defendant.
"BLI(', Amehican Wondrr I'ea " ls ad?er
tlsod on the firat page. Itlsrather early yetto
plant peas but none too early to look after aeed
and aelect the best. Iiead what B. K. BUss &
Sons, &l Barclay etreet, New York, have to say of
the " Wonder ia" and other garden and flower
Hecds. Thls subject Is of Interest to all who value
Mits. Mauv II., wlfe of Thomas B. Heed, a well
known traveler for Messrs. Ilathbone, Sard &
Co., extenslre stove dealers ln Albany, dled at
her home ln Chelsea, MatuuichuBetta, on Saturday
laBt, Mrs. Keed haa for several years been a fre
quent vlHltor In the famlly of Mr. Denlson Dewey
of thls vlllage, and was a lady of rare attractive-
nesBboth of person and character, Her many
frlends here lympathUe deeply with the Itusband
Jn ixlH severe bereavement.
Br means of what the Free I'reti calls the
"etllleHt of Htlll hunts" C. S. Klnsley, editor of
the Burlington Ctipper, came near belng elected
commlKjIoner for Chittenden county over Weston,
thenomineeof the temperanco conventlon. In
deed, untll Friday lt was supposed he was elected,
but returns from Westford and Charlotte turned the
8cale ln Weston'a favor, and the latter ls elected
by a majority of eJghty-two. The vote stood,
Weston, 1,480; Kinsley, 1,404,
Wk hare the sad lotelllgence of the death, on
Sunday last, ln worcester, Massachusetts, of YA
ward J, (KI1, hod of Her. Joshua and Allce Stlck-
ney 0111, tn the nlneteenth yearof hls age, Young
Glll has been for the last two years engaged ln
anextensivehardware entabllshment ln Worces
ter, and for two years prevlous was wlth hln
grandfather aud uocle, Messrs. I). L. Fuller Si
Son of thls vlllage. He was a young man of flne
character and promUe, and hls untimely death
brlngs sadnetts to many hearts. Hls remains
liave been brought here, and fuueral gervtces
wlllbeheldatMr. Fuller's to-day (Wedneaday)
at hall-past ten A, H.
Thk followiog lsthefull textof the bllllately
reported from the nenate comrnlttee on publto
buiiaings and grounaa provldlng for the erectlon
of a gorernraent bultdlng at tliU placet
He lt enarted. tliat the HrrUrr f the Ummry t,nd he
tierely U.auUioriKwl and ltrUt to nurclmaa lulUble
UU) i of Vrnnonl. a utUMlal nd cominliou puhlla
biilldlng. wlth flrf-proor vaulU.for the tu md aooniNiiioiU
tionof the inmt-olili, InWrnal rvriiue DttW-e, ud fur the
KOvrrnniHnt 'Ihit ilt Hitd the bulldlng thtirttun. wlten
smtinlliitr lo tltini ml iiMinpili..t.a i.
vluuHly irnule and npproved by tlie iwirnurjrof the trrwtiurr.
nhall ttul ficwl the txmt of ll.VI.MW, uuX the nlte purt-tiannl
Jnctint Lulldiiitpi tti au omi PMioe of at tett flrty ftt, a
ttiidlngBliecUandalleyi.knd for the purpuM liorrtn iiinn-
inuufyiln tlie tnanury tiot otherwUe approprlnUiil.to bu
exiwuded unrtrr Ihe diiwtloii of the wx'rt-Utr)' of the tretti.
in j. proTtdtnl Uihi no part uf aatd um hull Im eii)ried uq.
tll m valld tltle to the ild lte ihall be vlM tu Uie I'nltwl
NUU-o. aud tlteoUie of Vermont hn) tla u ih tIniLl
rtaleeeifliiiiveJurlMllrllon ovrr Ihe Miimdurlng the Ume
the L'nlied HUIm thtill be or rt-iuiin the owuer Uteruof, for
kll piirpoM eiiwi-t tli- admliitMratlon of the crlmtiml Uwa
WKunderetand that the case of Mr. Appleton
l-ltch, whlch elklted m mucn attentlon and crltl-
ctsm In the reportof our late overseerof the pour,
hh rfceirtHl fpeclal conHlderatlon at the hauds of
Overseer Irlshi that foveral phyxlciaus Imve ex
ainlned lils case, and are of tlie opinlon that no
attempt had better be madeto remove hlm to the
town faim, at least untll warm Heatlier; and that
accordlugly an arrangement has been tnade
wliereby he shall be well cared for, at a largely
reduced cost, where he now ls. There Is every rea-
oD to belleve that, whllo the naw overieer ooo-
dactstlie perplexlng affftlraof thls department
atrlctly upon busluess prlnclples, he wlll at the
aame tlme be careful that the deaervlng poor do
Bflow we glve complete Tetnrnn (f the com
mlsstoner vote ot Washington county, ln Wor
cester no votes were east)
Tottnt, Itotitm, Scat,
Harre , 61 1
Catmt. ...... m
Imitmry t M 20
Kant Montpfller , IA
Waterbury , ftt
Woodbury,.,.. .. 19
Total , im n
Thk danco at the (iraoil Army liall last Frlday
evenlng was so much of a success that lt was re
solvedtohave another, and the tlme fixed was
last evenlng, wlth the addltlon of a sugar festl
vat and camiflre In the eaily hours of the even
lng. The deslre expressed by the post that the
hall ahould be 11 jammed and packed " was real
Ued, and more than reAllzcd, for not only the
hall but tho ante-roora was "jammed and
packed," Owlng to the latter clrcumstance we
were unable to get near enough to nee or hear
much of the exerctaes, but the programme was
Hubstanttally carrled out. Coloncl Handall be
sldes gave an Interestlng recltat of the jtart taken
by Stannard's brlgade, of whlch hls reglment
formed a part, In the battle of Gettysburgh. The
dance whlch followed ls belng thoroughly en
joyed as we mako up our paper.
The " Dattle Mouument Concert," tobeglven
In thls vlllage March 30th, In atd of the Benning
ton battle monument fund, wlll be a rnustcal en
tertalnment whlch wlll revlve all the tradttlonal
glorles of the concert room, The Inltlal concert
was glven In Tremont Temple, Boston, the 8th
tnstant. The Boston Jounial, In Its notlce of thls
concert, says ;
Ai ntprtx1nmnt thftt UAi a thoranslilT en tovod thrtt He
mand for pnoorm Ipnjtihpnnl 1t proKrAinme iifte one-tmlf ,
Mr. Alfrcd ue Htp, Mr. Waltp r Kinenwn, Mr. O. II. Van
tntvoonl. Mr. Win. H. Ie and Mr. Krmnli Ollder were en
SftOdL Mliu Mir. 111(1 lcniiinAr&llvfl7 nn known tn llrwi.
ton iidlenfn, wfilch wlll cerUlnlT dettre to bcrome better
ainMnted wltliher, haa a roiitratto voli-e of wlde range.
remlled twlf.'A at tlie com'luolon of hin flrnt nolo. a fantante
on alrs from Faunt, and balf a dozen tiinee aftr hln eraond
rrvniar apiHHirance. inr. uaner save rrocn'a Air,"
witn nuieomuiaio, rTini irom i.inaa, nmi ine ' inr
Plano, flute and cornet solos by rnuslclans that
entrance thelr audlence serve to fill up a brilllant
programme of fourteen muslcal numbers, of
whlch Ainerlca by the full company Is the last
Wbre it not known that the ladles of Bethany
soclety are a matter-of-fact slsterhood, and never
joke, thelr programme of a " grand muslcal and
literary entertalnment In CapltAl Ilall, Thurs
day evening, March 10th, mlght be regarded wlth
susplclon. But the character of the projectors of
thls entertalnment ls an ample guarantee that no
flagrant dlsiKwal of the publlc confidence Is con-
cealed beneath the astoundlng announcement
that "tho VMKh Ileglmentof the Band of Hope,"
the "Swedlth Ladles' Quartette," the "Four
prlnclpal Tricclpals of the Strakosh Opera Com
pany," and "The World-renowned I'eakaes,"
have been engaged for this occaslon at great ex
penBe. It roay "seem queer" that it was not
announced that the 10000th "reglment" of
the "band" had been engaged lt wonld have
Bounded bo much larger to use "round num
bers," as the newapapers soraetlmes do but the
fact ls, only IWJO reglments have been organtzed,
and all were engaged, so popular are they, ex
cept thls one. Thls explanation wlll serve to
show how trtithful these ladles are and how nlce
the entertalnment wlll undoubtedly be. If they
would not decelve for one reglment of the Band
of Hope, there Is Bolid g round for hope that the re-
malnder of the programme, whlch ls somethlng
qulte Incredlble, is all ctrlctly true, and that there
ls In lt no adoptlon of the advertlidng extrava-
ganzas of Barnum or Forepaugh. Go, by all
means, and see and hear thls wonderful com
btnatlon. Ttckets twenty-five cents j resorved
seats thlrty-five cents. For nale at rhlnney'a
and at the door.
In the case of the petition for openlng the arch,
the hearlng before the commlssloners waa re
sumcd at C. 11. Pitkln's olllce on Friday lat-t, and
the afternoon was devoted to arguments of coun
sel, Messrs. Tltkln and Dilliugham speaklng for
the petltlonerii, Mr. Shurtleff for the town, and J.
A. Wlng for tho National Llfe Insurance Com
pany ah roortgagee of the eatate of J, G. French.
At seven o'clock the commlssloners rendered a
nnanlmous decialon ln favor of laying an open
publlc hlghway, three rods wlde, to connect State
street wlth State street extension ln the rear of
the arch, by taklng out and removlng thepouth
erly portlon of the Spaldlng block from the Free
ttuta buIldlDg tothe northerly side of the arch.
The reasont glven by the commlsiones for
grantlng the prayer of the petltloners were, that
tho alre.tdy large and raptdly lncreaslng amount
of travel from Semlnary 1 1 111 and the terrttory
contiguous to the business center of the town de
manded better accommodatlons than were now
provlded, that the "arch" was conclusively
shown to be little shortof a common nuisance;
that the doingsof the town authorlties In tlmes
past plalnly Indicated that this actlon was con
templated at nodlstant day; that the condition of
the block tobe affected was puch as toreiuire
extenslve repalrs, whlch, wlien made, would
largely Increase theland damages; that what was
evldent to all must be done some time, could be
more sattsfactorlly and cheaply done now than at
any future day; aud that flnally, havlng deter
ralned for these good nnd sufllclent reasons to lay
the road, It was better to lay it in a way that would
best serve the purpose and satisfy the commu
nlty In all tlme to come than to make a botch of
It, even at a craall Havlng of prenent expense. An
adjournment was then made till the 28th day of
March, Instant, at the same place, when the land
owners wlll be heard ln the matter of damages.
Watfbruiiv FAitMiyts' Ci.uii. Atthe meeting
of the Farmers Club Saturday evenlng, March
4th, your correspondent was not able to be pres-
ent, but the paper of James Gregg, Tsq., upon
"the educatlon of the young, ls epoken very
htghly of by tbotse who heard it, Saturday even
last, the club was opened by II, F, II 111, thepresl
dent. J. S. Wheeler then read a paper upon
" The economy of labor In the use of tools."
Dalry tools wereBllghtlymentloned, some kind of
large pans belng used, where many cowa are
kept, and an oscillatlng, or some churn without
tloata belng in hls judgment the best, In treat
ing of sugar tools, Mr, Wheeler was evldently
moreatbome than ln the dalry, Headvocated
uslng old wood tubs for feed tubs, or klndling
wood, and uslng tln for the sugar place: for boll-
ing would use an evaporator. Kvery farmer
ahould also have a good wagon and domp cart.
Also plows and harrows, (glveshis preference to
the " Sharon barrow" for thoroughly pulverUing
the soll). A good mower and rake are also Indla
pensable for successful farming. And when the
tools are not ln use, let them be under cover, al-
ways keeplug the wood work well paluted, Tben
Instead ot wearlng out the man, wear out the ma
chlne, let the teain do the work and make the
roachlnery truly " labor savtng." At the close ot
the iaper, a general dlscusslon was entered lnto
bymembers ot the club as to the bestklndsof
machlnes, and ag to the utillty ot some. Tlie
gentleraan formerly from Stowe was present, and
entertained the club wlth what waa done In " Ye
good old tlmes" ln ratslng intatoes, eto. Next
Saturday evenlng wlll probably be the last meet
ing of the season, or until fall. At that meeting
there wlll be asslgned to members of the club dlf
ferent crops upon whlch they wlll be requested
to experlinent the coming season, and report
upon the saine at the meetlngs of the soclety ln
Thk National car company voted Thursday to
retaln Ita ofllces at St. Albann and pald the town
treasurer 85,007, accordlng to tbe terms voted by
St. Albaus taxpayers. Several towni whlch hope
to get the proposed ahops of the company were
represented at the meeting, Itandolfh offered
exemptlon from taxation ou the shops for ten
years and a free glft of all the land necessary for
the works, and very low taxation on the capltalof
non-resldents. Northfield, Berlin and Richmond
made almllar offers, The advantages ot each of
these towns were set forth by thetr resectlve
committeea. No actlon was taken on thls matter
beyond pontponlDg to nome future meeting ot the
dlrectors. St. Albans has apparently the bet
show for gettlug tbe ihois.
North CAi.Aia.-On Thursday last several
nolghbors made M rs Dolly Foster a surprlse vUlt.
Ihere were slx chlldren and several grandchll-
dren nreient. Two sons, 1'rofessor G. W. Foster
aud I. I.. Foster. are ln New York and were not
pretttnt. Mrs. Fuster seemed to enjoy the vlslt,
aua was pieattea witn ine jew guui ihwcuiwj,
Ihe Buitr table was sirad wlth goKi substAU'
tlal eaubles, ulcely froBted mkes and goldsn balls
of butter, turulHhed by the guests. 'Ihe day
iasred hleattantlv and wlll not mxid te foreotteu
by the aged rnother, ho ls Dearly elghty-two
years old. bhe Is in usual heallh, though feeble
mr yrars unq sugniiy tiuuping, uui noes neariy
ftii iier uwu ivurk,
rinnKoni), Mhhs.. Ht-Memlr 1!H. 187H. AVr I
have taken Ilop Ulitvrs and recommeiid them to
ittiiers, as l louua Uieu very benem-tal, Mrs. J,
W, Tuller, becrtUry Women's Chriatlan Temir-
Bkmu your cobbllug to Walker St I'uffer,
hve a nrsUclaw cobbler.
Matthew McUftffror Munlers Ills Wlf nntt
an Agail Motlier The oncoalwl fr
Three Dara-Tlie Itodlfa of thn Vlctlms nre
Fouml In the OlUr of IMa HoiiaeThe
Mnrderer I'rohnblr Insane-IIe la In JaII
A fearful deed came to llght In Waterbury on
Tnesday Afternoon, the 14th tnstant. ln the Cot
ton Brook nelghborhood, above Mr. Foster's
mllls, has llved a respectable Irlah farmer by tho
name of Matthew McCaff rey. Tnesday he drove
to Waterbury Center, about slx tnlles, wlth slx
little chlldren, the youngeat a twir of twlns
Abont a year old, the oldent a lad of fourteen, to
putthemln chargeof Uanlel Hopklns, whomhe
supposed to be stlll the first selectman of the
town. On arrlvlng At Mr, Hopklns the foot of
one of the twlns was found to be frozcu stlff. As
soon as he could do so, the eldest chlld went out
of thohouse And toldMr. Ilopklns that hls mother
and grand mother wereup to thelr houae In the
cellar, dead. Apprehenston of murder was ex
cited, the alarm was communlcated to the neigh
bors, and Charles Hopklns andChauncey I.yon
were Instantly dUpatched to the McCaff rey house,
and Mr. McCnlTrey was placed under arrest.
Hls story of the deed Is that Saturday nlght, soon
after they had gone to bod, hlmself and wlfe
sleeplng ln a bed room down stalrs, wlth one of
the twlns between them, hls mother occupylng
the same room, and sleeplng wlth the other
twtn, he saw a curtous anlmal, wlth fur on the
outslde, chaogoable ln Its looks, come lnto the
room to get the chlld that was sleeplng wlth hlm,
He could not see hls little chlld devoured, so he
killed the anlmal, and when hls mother trled to
escape wlth the other chlld he killed her to keep
her from glvlng the chlld to anlmal s outslde liko
the one he had killed Inside. He then called hls
son down from the charaber In whlch the other
chlldren were sleeplng and compelled hlm to help
carry hls murdered mother and grandmother lnto
the cellar. And there the father wlth hls slx chll
dren remalned tlll Tueaday afternoon when he
took them to Mr. Hopklns to be taken care of as
related Above. McCaff rey was taken to Water
bury ntreet wlth hls chlldren, placed In charge of
Sherlff Atherton, brought to Montpelier on Hall's
traln and lodged In jill. When asked by the offl
cerhow he killed hls wlfe nnd mother he an
swered, ratslng hls manacled hands, " I killed ;
them wlth theie two hands," by what vlolent
means Is not known at latest accounts, as no word !
had been rocelved from those who had been dls- I
patched to the scene of the tragedy. Ile has
carrled wlth hlm for some tlme a large butcher
knlfe to protoct hlmself, as he says, from those
who were trylng to Injnre hlm, Thls knlfe he
showed to Mr. Hopklos. When asked If the vlc
tlms were dead when carrled lnto the cellar he
answered "They were dead tben If they aro dead
now," Thls terrlble tragedy ls undoubtedly the
work of a crazy min. Two years ago the 20th of
thls month he was taken to the Inaane asylum at
Brattleboro. IIo Imaglncd at that Ume that hls
cattle had the spotted fever, applled tar to thelr
muzzles and killed two young cattle whlch he im
aglued were worae than the others. He turned
hls wlfe out of doors and refuscd to allow ,
her to return to the houBe ; concelred that
hh famlly physlclan was hls worst enemy ;
armed hlmself wlth a revolver to klll the
doctor lf he could find hlm, and upon belng
Assured that the doctor was at Brattleboro he
was decoyed lnto the asylum at that place
and safely lodged there, whence he was dla
charged after about three months. Slnce that
ttme he haa occanionally showed symptoms of
the old malady, and very recently observers of
hls movements and wlld appearanco had pre- j
dicted trouble lt he was not taken careof, On
hls way to Montpelier he could see Montpelier !
and the jill before tho traln had reached Mlddle-;
sex. He ls pasIve, answers all questlons, and j
has nothlng of the appearance of a manlac In hls
general demeanor, Ile Is forty-five years of age,
and owns hls farra, whlch ls wellstocked. Hls
pattlng wlth hls little chlldren at Waterbury sta
tlon wai very affectlng. Hls wlfe was Ann Mo
Cue, who had served In famllles in Waterbury ln
her younger days, and was well esteeraed. She
haa a eiter llvlug ln Greensboro, wlth whom was
a daughter, the famlly conslstlng of seven chll
dren four girls and three boys. Hls mother had
reached the advanced age ot elghty-two. An ln
quest on the vlctlms will be held to-day, Com
ing so soon ou the steps of the terrlble Meaker
mnrder, and occurrfng wlthln two or three mlles
ot tbe locallty where the body of Allce Meaker
was concealed, thls shocklng tragedy creates a
profound sensation in the Waterbury communlty,
'eople are appallei by the awful circumstances
of thls double murder.
Calais. At the town meeting it waa voted to
erect headstones at thegravett of paupers; only
he htghway Ux provlded by law ls to be ralsedj
taxos to be pald to the treasurer.
Strafford, A little son of J, I). Marsh fell
down and stuck a penknlfe ln hls eye, whlch
caused the lossot the same Hoyal A. Ilatch
has sold hls Ilowe farm to Frank Chandler and
John Klng, who Is to take pOHeBslon thls spring.
Fayston. Klljah Seaver has sold hls farm lo
Mrs. Bugbee for $800, , . .John Stnart and famlly
have returned frum Albany, New York, whtther
they went three years ago. Mr. Stuart thlnks
Fayston ls the best place for a man with a small
Fairlee, There wlll bo no Tuesday evenlng
prayer-meeting for a few weeks The soclable
at Mrs. M. Gilman's last Friday nlght was well at
tended. The next one will be at Mr, J, Q. Adams'
Frlday evenlng About thlrty of the frlends
met nt Mr. Charles Kemp's Friday evenlng.
Peacham. George II. M. Harvey has goneto
Springfield, Massacbusetta, to work ln the
puhlican otllce The canker-rash scare has
passed over, and qulet onco more relgns ln the
academy . . . Mrs. Klecta Ash has had qulte a bad
hand, caused from theeffects of a cat bIte...,Mr.
John Gracey at the IIollow ls qulte slck.
North Thetforp. Mrs. Harrlet Cushman had
very Interestlng anl lnstructlve literary meetiugs
at her home the past wlnter Station Agent
Ilowe has been to Haverhlll, Massachusetts, on a
short vacatlon, Hay G. l'ulmer supplying hls
place.,,, .Mr. Jaqulth is fllllng hls back yard
with lumber for hls new barn whlch he is to put
up thls pprlng.
thelr preparatlons for the sugar harvest, whlch is
rlght upon them,,.,lotatoes are selllng at ntnety
cents per buabel, egg at ilfteen cents ter dozen,
tho t.rtstA Mr V. R Jftfliunn Bfi'H htd too uhnn
(Monday) to lurtles who have plenty of mone,
wora ai aavaniage in ine snop.
West Hasiwli-h. Itev, II. W. Jonos of St.
Johnabury ls to exchange with Her, V. M. Hardy
next Sunday, Servlces mornlng and evenlng.
, .The ladles of the Chrlstlan church held a su
gar festlval last Thursdny nlght,, Only one
dlnging-Bchool after thls week, A grand concert
ls to be glven at the close There ls to be new
sugar atthe Congregatloual vestry next Thursday,
Sharon. Chauncey Websterls very low and ls
expected to llve but a short time. Consump
tlon lsthecause.,..,Soine four years ago Alva
Cllfford was latd up for nearly three years wlth
an abtfcess on hls rlght hlp. For the last few
months it has not troubled hlm any, until wlthln
a few days, when lt has begun to dlscharge agaln
and U very iminful. It ia feared he inay have
serlous trouble wHu lt. . . . O. S. Wllley and George
Urown have gone to Barre to work this sutnmer.
BuoOKFiELD. On Wednesday, the 8th lastant,
Jacob Cole, whileasttlstlnglntearlDg down abarn
for J. W. 1'armenter, fell from the hlgh beams to
the ground, badly breaklng one leg and puttlug
the anklo of the other out of jolnt... , , , There are
a nuraber of cases of lung fever tn town
Willlam W. Spraguo Is ut home from the Han-
dolph normal schitol, fclck with the inumps 1,
A. Morso has sold Ihe farm kDOwn as the IMker
nlace to Mr. Cuurchlll of New York ..W. S.
tlraves has purchased bprague Arnold's hilf ot
the Carpenter farm; prlce, $1,100.
WAUtEN. Mr. J. M. Bradford, an old and
respected cltleen of thls town, dled at hls re
deuce lat Katurday, after an 111 new of a few
weeks, Ur. 'lempleton of Montpelier prunouncwl
hls dlsease InHaulty (utused by nervoui pruatra
tiun. Mr, Bradturd wasoueot the firnt farmers
of this town.. ..Mr. Whltcomb of Cabot has
hlred L. V. t'arrlngtou'g farm. Mr, Whlicomb
took poasesBion Monday, Thls ls ono of the
largest and bet faruis Iu town.. . -Mr 1 II Col
11ns had a llght iuiralytlc sbock abnut three
weeks ago, and he has not beeu able to get out of
the houoe dnce, aud we undervtand he does not
aeetu to get any better. '1 here U qulte a bual-
neM done at the depot at tbe'Wleights" now
helllng fertlliztrs, Meears, borague & Wells of
Cabot havlng guauo, aud fifr, lvl Walbrldge
havlng phodplittte, for sale. Both may be ob
Utlued by applylng to Mr. Htts at the depot.
BiUDFonti. Therelonn club met at the luwn,
hall on Frlday evenlng last, KserciseH were by
hume Utlent aud ojiislsted ot recluUous, declama-
tluiiK, itelict readlugs, eto 'Ihe town at Its an-
uual meeting vuted tu ratse one hundred cents on
a dollar for lown tax , to adopt nutuber nlnety uf
theactsut 18hi), in regard to collectlon of taxes
to exempt manufacturlng entablUhments fur a
term ot ten years-, also Ut tnstruct the represeuta
live of the town ot llradfurd at the next sbtwion of
the lcgislature to eudeavor to scu ire the luuMage
ul au act fur the town to lesue buuds touu unniniit
uot to excuod t. ),("", fur purpw ot rvfuudlug
iui uuutiauuiuji luurtuitMiuesH, . . . e nutlce Uie
prtsencelutowu duilng thopnt week of a former
editor of tlie Ojlnion, Mr 1. V Cobb, now ot
iaily Tnbune ut rluhburg, , . Voung Amerlca
IcaDraiuatlcClubplayM tliedrama, 'rOdds wlth
the Kuemy," aud Ui fari-, " Katuuu liuuil
granU," ou Monday evenuig.
WiNfl. Intelllgenco reaches ns ol the death ot
Mrs. Hhoda Brook, wldow of the late Sldney
Wlng of Montpelier, who dled on Thursday last at
the restdence of her son In lowa, Aged elghty-two
years. I'aralysU had for some tlme rendered her
Spaldino John Spaldlng, youngest son of the
late Hon, John Spaldlng ot Montpelier, dled At
hls home ln Cambrldgeport, Massachusett, on
the mornlng of tho 14th tnstAnt, aged abont fifty
years. He had for many years been nlght watch
man In the ofllce ot the Boston IkraUl, And was
an Industrtous and worthy man. Hls remalns
wlllarrtve here for bttrlal to-morrow (Tliursday)
on the four o'clock r. h., trAln.
I3VRlani. Mr. George I)veland, long a resl
dent of Montpelier, and for nmny years engAged
wlth Hev, Dr. BaIIou In the publtcatton of the
Chrtsttan Jlcpovltory and In charge of the book
etore connected therewith, dled In Burlington on
Sunday last, ln the slxtteth year of hls age.
Though cxceptlonAlly qulet And retlring In man
ner, Mr. Loveland possessed rare qualttles ot
head and heart, and was hlghly esteemed ln all
the walks ot llfe.
Shith, Cliauncey Smtth dled ot pneumonla ln
Washington clty, on the 10th lnst, tn hls elghtleth
year. He waa born In Vermont, married a daugh
ter of Hon. Harryllaleof Chelsea, and was for some
years engaged ln trade In Orange county. July
1, 1839, he commenced servlce ln the post-office
department and conttnued untll hls death A'most
forty-three years. He was an Induatrloui And
falthful ofllcer, and commanded the confidence of
every admlntstratlon. Hls remalns weroburied
ln the Congreaalonal cemetery wlth hlgh Masonte
McMuLUN. John McMullln was born near
Belfast, Ireland, In the year 1800. from whence
he came, forty-nlne years ago, tn company wlth
Samuel McLaughlla and Patrlck Smtth of Fays
ton and John Balrd of Waitsfield . The two latter,
wlth Mr. McMullln, married slsters, Mrs. McAl
llster of Waitsfield and Mrs. Kelty of Fayston,
sUters of the dcceased, And Cornellus McMullln
of Fitchburgh, Massachusetts, a brother, were
among the mouraers. It ls remarkable that ln
tho scatterlng deatbly work of Time from among
the company who lcft thelr home Across the sea,
so many years ago, Mr. McMullln waa the flrst to
fall, and all whose namcs are mentloned above
were present at the f uneral, Mr, McMullln was
ln early llfe Instructed In the Tresbyterlan church,
whlch he ever held tn reverence, Ile lenves a
wlfe, two sons, And a daughter to mourn hls loss,
and many frlends, near and far, who attested
thelr respect for the departed by thelr presence at
the fuueral last Sunday afternoon.
Garnet. Information has been recelved at
the state department, at Washington, of the death
of Hev. Henry Hlgh land Garnet, Unlted States
mlnlster to Liberla, whlch occurred at Monrovia
on the Otli of February, Heleft New York, No
vember 12, and arrlved at Monrovia December 28.
He was enthuslaatlcally recelved by the cltlzens
there. Several letters have been recelved from
hlm, ln none ot whlch dld he speak of hls belng
In poor health. The cause of hls death Is not
known. Mr. Garnet will be remembered by
many In Vermont as a most eloquent champlon
of hls oppresscd race durlog the early days ot the
llbcrty party organlzatlon, furnishtng as he dld
ln hls own person the fullest confirmation of the
capacity of the black man for Intellectual devel
opment. Ile was born a slave in Maryland ln
181.r, but escaped In chlldhood with hlsparents
to I'ennsylvanla and subsequently to New York.
After apreparatory courtte at a colored schooltn
New York and at Canaan Academy in New Ilamp
shtre, he graduated wlth hlgh honors at Oneida
Institnte, New York, ln 1840. Ilestudleddlvinlty
wlth the late Dr, Beeman of Troy, and for many
years has been a hlghly successful Presbyterlan
clergyman, both In Washington clty and New
York, untll Fresldent Arthur nomlnated and the
senate unanlmously confirmed hlm as minister to
Liberla. Mr, Garnet wasanoble ppeclmenofa
man, and champloned the cause ot hls down
trodden fellow countrymen qulte as succesRfully
by hls purlty of character and manly bearlng aa
by the thrilling eloquence of hls voice.
BitowN. A most patnful surprlse fell upon our
cltlzens on the mornlng of the 9th, at the an
nouncement of the death of I'.dwin H. C, second
eon ot Colonel A. C Brown, after only four days'
slckuess wlth dlphtherla, In full strength and
perfect health, atmost at the threshold of man
hood, surely he was exempt from the call of tbe
grim destroyert But no, " Death lovesashlnlng
raark," and hls choice has agaln fallen upon one
of our noblest and best loved, Kdwln reached
hls elghteenth blrthday on the 22d ot January
last. Of an aff ectlouate, tender natare, he had
yet all the elements ot an honorable, manly char
acter. Honest ln thought and word and deed,
faithful ln the dlscharge of every duty, thorough
In the pureutt of every study, he had the love and
ettpem of hls teachers and the warm frlendshlp
of hls classmates. Tbrough the few days of hls
slcknesa he bore the terrlble suffertng wlth herolc
fortltude, strlvlng to cheer the dear ones aroand
hlm with hls own hopefulness, and showlng the
samedelicate anxiety for hls Invalld mother he
had ever manlfested ln health. It seemed the
cruelest of fates when prudence forbade the ab
sent slster and brother to come to hls bedslde
the latter pleadlng, through dlspatches, to be al
low ed to do bo, regardless of all danger from the
contaglotu dlseaee. But all that loving hearts
and hands could dofor hlm careful nurslng and
the sklll and untlrlng efforts of hls physlclan,
was all ln valn, and dear "Ted," as he was evor
famlllarly called, has paased out of our slght
forever ? Oh, no! God strengthen our hope that
he has reached helgbts far above us, and help us
in our endeavors to reach them, also. When, on
the openlng ot the school, Thursday mornlng, lt
became necensary to announce the death of thls
much-loved pupil, Mr. Brackett, the prlnclpal, In
speechless but tearful sorrow, stepped to the
blackboard and wroto lt there. Convulslve sobs
burst from all, and composure waa no more re
galned. The flrst seven verses of the twenty-firet
chapterof Hevelatlon was read, a prayer offered,
the customary slngtng exerctse belng dlspenBed
wlth, and hls cIabs was then excuBed from f urther
study through the remalnder ot tbe week. They
met elsewhere at once and passed the following
Whereae It hu pleaeeit an all-n le rrortdence to c&U from
thia toa hluhnr and better Ufe our frlend aod claumate.
' k.liln '(!. Itrnwn.
ueioirea, i ni mie we dow in unmoie amniMion to the
tbe fellow -hin of one hoee ablllty, f rlendly dliioeitlon, and
manly prtncfolva rendered htm deeLrable wiocUite and
konorwl rlftunia( tliat tn bU death we bave tuet wlth an
RtAnlrnl. Tlmt ln thlr dcen afl lle tlon wa il-nl our
warme-t aympattih: to tbe famlly and f rlendi of Uie Ue
Hetolttd, Tbatwewear the cuatomary badge ot mourn -
Kowakd K. Caoia,)
MAar L. FaiiUAK.J-CVinmlltee.
Faxmt II. FirtXLD,)
Abundant offerings ot choice flowers, exqul
sitely arranged, were sent to be lald upon the
casket, whlch, with those coming from other
frlends, llterally covered lt; and at four ln the
afternoon teachers and class jolned the father and
younger brother, tofollow tbe dear, dead body to
the cemetery, where a brlef servlce was held by
hls pastor, Kev. Mr, Wrlght, and all was over.
Not over, for tlie memory of hls pure llfe will long
llnger yes, outlast this present llfe of ours,
Plainfield. Mr. Otls Klser, for many years
and untll qulte recently a restdent ot thls town,
dled at the house of Charles Gould In Calais on
Monday morntog of apoplexy; funeral at Plain
field to-day LiBt Sunday evenlng temperance
prayer meetlngs wero held at the Congregatloual
and Methodlst churches, and lt appeared that
there Is much earnest feelingon the jart of many
In favor of the temperance cause, and a purpose
to do wliat they can to prevent rum selllng and
drlnklng Mr, Marsbalt I'erklns, last Wednes-
day mornlng, loet one of hls valuable ipan ot
horses, it dyiug wlth the botU.,,,,Mr, Heuben
Umberton has leased hls farm and stock to hts
son, Wealey Lamberton, for one year Last
Saturday, a sp&n ot horses of James McKnlght
were frlghtened at the sawmlll and ran, jumplng
over an ox-Ied, leavlug on tbe sled all the sled
they were attached to except the focward trav
erse; they were stopped without dotng much
damage after runnlng about a quarter of a ralle.
.... Last week Tuesday the Congregatlonal Iadle
Ald Soclety held a soclable at the resldeuce of A,
K. Snow, A large company were prenent and
hsd a pleasant vlslt Milton Bradford, for-
luvriy rreiurm ui uua town, uieu ai uis resi
deuce ln Walden on Sunday mornlng last and
waa burled here the Tuesday following., . . ..Hev
W Tt bwlnnerton ls to preach a sermon especially
for young men at the Congregatlonal church next
feunday afternoon.... The ladlm nf tlm Mnthixihi
church held a festlval at Slayton's hall last
naiHP4uj vtcuiuK, oiari-ii oill, wiiicn wasBvery
excellentand profiuhle uccasion. 'Ihe exercUes
cuiisistod of stoKing by the cholr and recluUuus
and slnglng by the chlldren i a iem was read by
Mrs lv K. Vaw.then tulluwed by atelllng ripeech
from Dr. D. 11 bmlth, taklng for hls aubject tbe
urlglu aud grovttb Uf theMetliodUt church In thls
ouuuuy. ue saia inat one ot the chlef tharacter
lallcs of the Methodiat church wu thnlr mtt.
ness and perievtrance of her growthj Ihit they
were inior atthe heclnnlnir. Imt nnw ilv liv
churches duttlug the country from Malne to Ore-
iu m, uu mrs. nimut liave peen true
inenas ut tiie WK-iety ana tlie vistor's famlly dur
Inir the eutlre three vears of hia itRHtnratB here.
for whlch they would tender them jteartfelt
thauks. The Hev Mr. hwluerton followetl the
ductor He sjioke of the Methodlst church In
llitgland aud her mlulntry there. Following these
eierclsfw came the call to supper, when Ihe ladles
itiuviucru uuuartni aua Rity-iour tliat iuey
weie prepared to feed all with irond Ihlnirsand
haveapleuty to i-pare. The uet recelpta of the
evenlng were 18 The ator' liupe ls, lung
tllAV this leoiil6 llve and lnav irriuit tmuttherlt aU
teud thelr Uboin, ntxd heaveu and elerual lite be
ineira ia me woria to rome.
Tho spring term of the graded achool opened
MondAy last The Northfield Improvoment
Company wlll hold a meeting on Saturday
evenlng next, to take further acttoa wlth regard
to settlng out trcM.... Hoyal W. Cbuk was se
verely Injurod on Thursday of last week. He was
on a load of wood, and coming down a steep htll
nis horses were not Able to hold the load and Mr.
ClArk jamped off, Ills feet caught In the relns,
And he was thrown about twelve feet agalnat a
treo. Tlie horses ran down the hlll, overturned
the sled, and were thrown down. One waa so se
verely h-irt that tt haa slnce dled, Mr. ClArk ls
galnlng elowly, but lt wlll be a lung ttme before
he wlll be ah well as bofore. . .The Dog Htver
Valley Fair Assoclatlon wlll hold another meeting
on Saturday of thls week.. . .George W, Soper Is
to move to West Handolph the firat of Aprll.
Mr, Soper ts one of the most enterprlslng men of
thls town and the "move" Is a bad one for
Northfield,,., i'rofessor Gronbe Is to occnny tho
houae of the late NaacB. Ilowe. ... George Denny,
havlng sold hts farm tn Williamstown, Is now
movtng back to hls old farm tn thls town, and
thls Is a good "move" for Northfield..., .Mrs.
Mary Hacket ls muvlng from Williamstown to the
Martln place on Klm street, though why lt ahould
be called Klm street atnce D.tn Tyler cut the last
elm Iree on the street a few weeks ago, we don't
see. ... Company F, New Kogtand Guards, helda
meeting on Tuesday evenlng last, and lt ls sald
that arrangements for the " back iay " were
made. Weekly drllls aro to be held.,,.lt Is eatl
mated that the pry on St. Albans made by the
papera In tho Interest ot tho car company cost
about as much In prlnter's lnk as the company Is
to save in taxcs..,.J. J, Walton has opened a
shop for upholsterlnglntheLockllnstore. .. John
II. Mayo, a recent gradnate ot the Hahneman
Medlcal Cotlege of Chlcago, has commenced the
practlceof medlclnetn thls town with hls brother,
Dr. W. B. Mayo, whose practice here had grown
beyond what he could attend to Stephen
Ilodges has begun a sult for assault agatnst S, F.
Gibbe, laying damages at 8500. The suit grew
out ot the Worthtn Affalr, Glbbs havlng " shook
out" Ilodges for talklng too freely about Mrs.
Gibbs Asa wltness ln the church trlal....M. F.
Coblelgh has sold one-hatt the grlst mlll and the
Wrlght place toThomas Slade for 51,200 . . . .Lewis
college has recently recelved some new cadets.
Moretown.-C. D. Peet has moved lnto the D.
F. Freeman tenoment. .Orrin Hlll has leftthe
N. H. Spautdtng farm, and Norman Thoruas Is to
be the new tenant, whlle II. Grlfllth takes the
farm occupted by Thomas Mr, Wllley has
moved to Fayston from the McLlroy place.,,. A
pie festlval ts to be held At the restdence of Mles
jmmeline Bulktey, Tuesday evenlng. The pro-
ceeds are to be glven to re palr the church bell,
and for tncldental expenses of the church. , . .The
Moretown teachers assoclatlon attts last meeting
Adjourned without date About one hundred
and stxty persons were present at the slnglng-
school Monday evenlng. The twentieth school of
thecourse li tobe held Tuesday, March 2lst, at
one I. m All Aro lnvlted.t.-Mlss Lena Kvans
returned from Handolph, Monday evening. , ..The
Itetn two weeks ago about the school prize
was wrltten ln good falth and came fromasource
supposed to be rellable, but proves untrue tn one
respect: the papers were not sent away or re
examtned. South Woodhurv. Last Frlday evenlng there
was an oyster supper at the vestry, and a good
tlme general ly. There was a good attendance for
so stormy a nlght. A few came dressed In old
tlme style, whlch seemed very approprlate. The
old cholr sang Coronatlou, then Ktder J. D. Balley
made some very approprlate remarks; then a
prayer, and several declamatlons from the little
chlldren. "My Wandering Boy" was sung by
Miss Florence Lyford and Master George Ulgby
Holt, Miss Florence playlog an accompanlment
on tho organ. Maater George had a very good
plece, entitled "HU Buslness Creed," and lt was
nlcely spoken. Ile Also sang "The Bltnd Boy's
Lament, a sweet, sad song, and little Florence
played for hlm. After the exercUes were over,
came a good, solld, cld-fasMoned table, eet wlth
old style dishes, and plenty ot good substantlal
food nlled them. It was truly lnvlting. All
present seemed to have a very merry tlme, and
the evening passed off very pleaaantly, wlth Old
Hundred to close the entertalnment.
Chelsea. Town meeting passed off more qul-
etly than was antlclpated, ballots belng had only
for town clerk nnd nrst lUter, though In the case of
at least one other ofllce the deafness of the mod-
erator prevented the call for ballot belng heard.
The town voted to abandon the system of road
commlssloners, And appolnted a llat of surveyors.
. . , ,M iss A. A.Clement, who has heretofore taoght
successfully ln thls town, opened on Monday a
select school of stx weeks at the schoolhouse ln
dUtrlct No. 2.., .The house, barn and carriage
shop In the upper vlllage, now occupled by C. II.
Smlth, and owned by the entate of Samuel Doug
laas, wlll be sold at auction on Saturday next... ,
Qulte a large audlence, conslderlng the unfavor
able weather, was present on Sunday evenlng at
the Congregatlonal church to llsten to Hev, Mr,
Herrlck'e temperance lecture, entitled "A De
scrlption of the Black Valley Hallroad." The
lecture waa llluatrated wlth charts, and was very
forclble. . . . Perklns Kmery has gone to West I.eb
anon, New lUmpshlre, to work for B. K, Hyde.
. . . Nora I- Ilobbs U very IU wlth eryslpelas,
Mohhihville. The lyceura held by the stu
denta of the academy on Frlday evenlng was very
Interestlng, the debate belng carrled on by the
yonng ladles, and they declded that woman ought
not to learn and practice the art of publlc speak-
Ing, an unlooked for result The young peo-
pleof the MethodUt soclety held an entertaln
ment at the chapel on Thursday evenlng II
B. Faunce has moved hls famlly to Waterbury,
and K. D, GUbert has moved to the Hoswell
Spaulding farm MUs Bertha Holbrook, Mrs,
P. K. Gleed and Mrs. W. F. Whipplo are still re
ported very Blck C. W. Fitch receired some
severe brulses In falllug at the pulp mlll last
week... .Kev, Mr. Bushee of the Congregatlonal
church was unable to preach on Sunday, The
pulplt was occupled by Hev, II. R. Howes of Mor
ristown. Deacon II. P, Munson had charge of the
evenlng meeting .The ladies of the Congrega
tlonal church held a new-sugar festlval at the
Congregatlonal vestry on Saturday eventng
Bev. G. F. Barnea of Wolcott p reached at the
Unlversallat church on Suaday mornlng.., ,F. P
Hoblnson, the photographer, has moved to the
Wldow Langley house on Summer street.
Waterrurv Centee. The wldow of Seth A,
Fuller, who haa made lt her home wlth her
dtugbter, Mrs. J, S. Wheeler, went to Morris
town seven weeks ago to visit a brother and sls-
tvthere, and has been taken wlth paralyalsof
htr lltnbs, and ts falllng fast, U unable to be re-
moved to her home. . . . Kthan A. Rusaelt has sold
hls Fisher place to Cornellus Kddy, and Kddy has
laKeo poHHWHiJii, j, u. HiiBBou, who nas occu
vlod the nlaca for a few voars nist. has moved
lnto bts father's houae... ,.W. II. Anderson ln
tenis golng, thU week, to Manchester, New
llampshlre. to purchase a new englne for hts
shlngle mlll. Intends gettlug one ot sufllclent
capacity tn carry a board mlll, . , .There was a du-
nation vinit lor tue Deneui oi itv, air. nean tasi
Frldav evenlnir. at the house of John Talbot
Over $40 waa the retmlt. Mr, Bean Ua Btudeut
of the semlnary, and has very acceptably sup
plled the church on Little Hlver the past year,
. . . .There Is to be a suzar festlval for the beneflt
of Hev. S. II, Church, at tbe semlnary next
week. Ira Ilumphrey and mother have taken the
poor farm and tlurace Ilumphrey goes back to
hU old farm. ...Dtnlel Town has rented hls farm
to the Wrlght brothers . , , John White has rented
the little Uiver ttarsomiire... . ..K. Patterann
U very sick with fever,,,, .Martin Harber has
renieu u. j. uaroer s lartn, .. ,u was Aivaro lai
bot, Instead of Tfiompson, that fell on the stove
aua Durnea nu xace, as reportea iast ween.
Caiujt Tbe attendanceat town meeting wa
was large and harmonlous. A large amount of
buslnetM was detatched ln four hours. The
olllcers were all elected by vlva voce vote, ln
all matters ot Imnrovement the town was verr
llbera!, $300 was voted to buy anew hearae, the
selectmen were Instructed to gradu up aud put
an Iron fence around the sofdlers' monument;
voted to adopt the town eystem of schools and
r, r. iiaie was eieciea lor uiree years, a, m
Foater for two vears and K. T. Houklus one vear.
school dlrectors. It U expected they will prove
an ettlcient ccliool board. The taxes are to be
pald to tue town treasurer agreeable to au act
luissea in law, a resoiution was itasseti author
Izlue the town irrand luror to emmov leiral coun-
sel for the enforcement ot the llquor law and
agreelng to pay them from the town treasury. No
law nului on hand. ProrlU on llqu'ir sileo, $212
IU. Thls source of rerenue would undoubtedly
have been larger had there been more slcknfss.
Ilalance tn favur of tho town ln the troasury after
iwyiug ui utiuu, orwj oa, iukuiai vuiea, inirty
ceuts on dollart hlghway tax, twenty-five cenu.
,.A succeful term ol school taught by MIs
Ada Wood ward vt Danville In dUtrkt No, 0
tiosed on rrmay the aa lustant, Hcholars not
abseut or tardy, Martha Lawson, Addle Smlth,
Carrle Smlth, Mary Hinltb aud Gertrude Wal
bridge. Kotiert Walbrldge waa abttent one day
. . Ihe ladles' soclable gave an antlquarhtn suu
ter at the veatry ot the Couuregathinal church,
rlday evenlng, March 3-1. Ihe slnglng waa by
tbe auclent cholr, dressed iu the cuatoiu of our
fathersuf lung ag, It was decldedly good, as
old tuues always are, but was aomewhat dls
turbed by the entrance of an aged lady dressed In
rather anulent style, whlch was rather amuelng ui
the younger portlon ot the uaHembly, There was
a aiiod attenaanre, conslderlng the bad traveling
All eeiurd to euj-iy themserves, and the Hhole
was a ditclded succww, Net prullu jfl, . . .Frank
Hogers. auu uf Daulel Hugrs, dled reueutly ln
Nebraaka. lll remalns wlll be brought here fur
Mm Colk ot Windham, New lUmpshlre, de
clarm that her life was suvod by Ilood H.trapA
rllla. bhe had thlrty-evea terrlble scrofulous
Tonn Offlccrs 1882.
11liranl,1.fta1'tmen. (1 tl nnllar. XV m A rlM.
rtlntfn, Albnrt Ayem , liJtter. m. Ahattnck, A f, Hall.
JnnlnN IUtnM OTereoer, w A IlrtRbaini nnnorlntendent,
Rer YV It Hyde,
RARRR. Moflerator, L W Rrotti rletk and IreMiirer,
Clarlc Holdeni aelectmen, Anjrn-tnii UUITIIn.Mllwi Atorrl
aon.Cha Currlpri ronntahle, (leo Y Him-lt llnter, (leo
W lla-fttt, h XV flv)tt, !rrtn Rnncmfli OT-nwr, Warren
C Nye andltore, W V White, F. II Wood, KraMna Kelthi
tnuuee of publlo money! f' F Aldrlch, Tax, U centn.
IlEnKinRF-Hel'tmen, J T Ilooth, I H Ander-on,
fleorire Kwtngi overnwr, Albert t'harfeei conntable, II r
Atmtini ll-Utm. n (I Thaver. Alfred HvhM. J K iMnnlnm
ftnperlntettdent, K W llatcti. Tai, 10 centa,
HRAnFORI). fVit-ctmen, Jowph W Rlliw, Arad Jenliln,
Hofiier'MpImnieioverwer.J II AMrlrhjconPUhle,leorge
II Harrlmnni llntoin. J II l'ftera. Y. I NnrrrmiB. H V Ormiihii
RnpehntendeDt, It l Fay. Tai, 100 rentn.
nilAINTRKK.-M'xlprator.OeorBB W Flajtgi clerk and
trca-urfr. Wltltain II Nlrholi lerlmen, VI fmar. A II
Fllnt, R A Fllnti rontabte, Ira Mannt ti-teni. Ira Mann,
nenrv naad, H n F aihkjui OTenwr, Henry IUm) apnt,
V I ftpeari auperlntendent, II Rojce IUm. Tat, 69 cenu.
RROOKFIF.Lt. Moderator.A S Allfa) cIptIi, W V Riae
tow( wlertmen, J O Holmpe. F O Allen, V At'lark.Jri
1ltentTt'a1aKin, U F, Claflin.It W Walbrldtiei oremeer,
Jerah Fdnon I ronntahle, Itoyal Abbolt, Jrt asent, A fl Alllj
itiprrlntendont, Mlns F lUlravM,
CalnK Moderator. Allrt clerk and treaa-
nrtr,! (l Roblnnon) neWtmen, I.I! Kent, Dr (leo lt (Ira?.
M H lUthawayi overwer, II K llnrnapi con-ttble and
(ent, II r White) llMem, II F. WeM-,J I Carno-.M A
Kent andltont, YV W Alnworth, (' R Dntnell, W K Lalrdl
tru-ten, t) ortnibyi arand Jnror,lJ R Fay i BDiwrintendent,
() K Forben. Tai, cent.
CH A RLOTT E. Bolectmen, W W Undon,II I) Flfier
len.H-oA Footei overwr. .lohn QntnUni conelable Ira
II Wlrkert ll-lern, .M N willUm., I c Leavenwortn, R U
uimiieyj inpenniendoni, 11 u narnev,
CHEI.SKA. M1reior L O Illnrkley. elerk, J A R Cor-
winj -rieciinTi, t ii um, iiirnm nnoy, i, i iiincn-
lejri trea-urer, John II Itnoont over-eer, Hyde Caboti con
tble, Alon-iNoyeai IMtem. Jn-lah l'ltkln.Amoa Kmery,
on fninrn nii'inoi". 111111 wonreT, r. u irarr,
na Fmeryi tru-tee, John 11 liaconi nrand Jnron, Hyde
l. II II fWibnw. Juhn Allen. IniitM-liwnf Rthr. IV 11.
lard II (Ulchi poiind-kener, Manl j)oti8Ui mirveyor
of wood and tnmher, John II. Atrooi afrnt H II llebard)
lupennteaiient, Jonn 01 i;om-ioci, TaiJtcenu,
rni.nHF.HTKIL-Snlfftnn'n. Franrln frUlr. 3 t Itolfe.
U-tem.J RHniall.A M'wheoler, A J .Merrtlii superlnlen
detit, II V llorton. Tax, 20 cenu.
roNCnRD.-Sslivtmn. Wlllard ChaM. W (1 Tralt. R
II KelloKHt lllr-, H W Ford, Ilnbbard Ha-tlnKK, W S
llowardt conntihle. S W LewUi OTenteer. J 1 Harlinai aa-
perlntendent, H M Matthewa.
CORINTH. Moterator, II W Carletont itelectmen, II.
letoalf. J M Rrrlhner. Wm Averri rlcrk and trtuumrer. Cl
C Cookj tlnf4m, H A .McArthnr, O Hnll, L 1'orter) con
Uhle, A M Cftrtxnler) atidllom. II W Carleton, A CorllM.
v Aietcairi vtijiennu'nneni, imt tt 1- JAinee; OTeraeer, 1 M
Ijuling. Tai, w cents.
DnntlltA. RpWtmen. Merrlll A Uki. Tl W rhoit.
It 1 llart-hornt over"fr, I W Clmti con'Uhte. Charlea
Inintll! 1I-I-. W J Htnntnn. J II Klilmr. I'.Ur WHinnt
uier1ntendent, N C U Hartland,
Klmore, Moderator, Charles B parkeri clerk, Norman
Campi eelertm-11, Charlee Cook, R R Ooortall, I. Atlalej
treMurer, ChirW H 1'arkeri conlrthle, Norman Camnj
ovnMN-r, ChrWHl(rk-nU(-r,L II Doty.H 11 Churrhtll,
8 N Oinwtedt a(rent,L H Ifntyi RnpTtnlendent, V KColbyt
ItiMee pnblto inonT, A l Woodbury; audlton, A M
Kelley, L L Camp, II F Morne. Tax, 40 centa.
I.LY. Moderator, H n Uaruni( clerk and treimirer, u
W Itarretl' eHertmen, W II KtiRtare, ThomM rawx,J ()
"1 Fett, llitteni, lleorite II NlchoU, Henry IleMey, II F
FamcUi conMUble. U 11 Ladd) antwrlntendent, Itev A II
F.1F.V..AflMtnifn. Wlltlrtirt VUtihp. tt J ltni.lt.. I lf
Warnori nvMwer. JiitnM Nlrliilai onnatAhln. K II Itikeri
Il-ters, W J lleacli, H (I RuVer, Ijlwln Andrewi superln
tendent, L C llii'Ier. Tai, 20 cenu.
FAlrlra. Helertmen. A W Talne. h R Jenklnn. W 1'
(laflleld) conRtable, It I. Itlcej lter, YV 11 UUmore.J W
MorrlN, K I. Hr-Birt ovempr, Lymn J Heath) aaperln
tendent, Myron V Hmlth, Tai, fiO centa.
FAYaTONModerator, A t Rrai)ii aelectmen, Han
llorco, John Mjixwell. llollla Mclinrlnt llptera, H Jubnson,
I Urits.J V Hoyre; trea.-urer.Heth lloycet conntable, R
Maiwell; oemeT,0 M Rmre; Rrandjnrora, w MChlpman,
C 1) Illlllnifi audltoni. J It Tlifiinnn. Jamm MoCaiiuhlln.
S J lHnn 1 eiinerlntendent, J II Thoinpon. Tai, &l cent.
wttlitenpercentdlecount on all taiee pald on or before
June 13, ltt,
(lAtirirln. Be erluipn. V. A Holr hklM. J K C'tirtl-. Jnl
llvdet llHtera. O II Jobnnon. K 1' (Jleveland. Wm T Loamln.
Tai 21 centa.
1RKKNHI10RO.-1I 8 Tolnnn, J M Llndnar.A 1' Fol
01111 cnnMable, L Jaokwiii euperlnlendent, J A Crane)
lNtnt John Klniiwon, A Chenley, A K Drury) oveneer,
John Mlinp-on. Tai, M cenU,
lianlwlok. Moderator. J II Oeortrei rlerk And treitJi-
nrer. A I Wayi eelectmn, J YV llovey, K I DnlUm.DH
Chubbi overwer, Henry 1'erleyi flrdtconntAble, II O Htone;
wwmnd connUhte, J 11 (ieorR-j lhtera, L R tloiMlrlch, Ueo
II Ooorire. C M llallcvi eunprintendent. J II MeCIouili
fnind Jurom, llenry Per1ey,J H LlTliiRoton t annt, L II
lathAway. The to n voted to have thetaies pald tothe
HYDE 1'ARK Helftctmen. L V. Ilarrtnarton. M P Chc
ney, Alonio lltteitont otenu-er, D lt Htnrwlnt con-(Able,
A Cobleltihi U-Utrn. F K Hawyer, J C. Crorker, A M Whlt
vombt eupertntendent, II M McFarland. Tax, 101 cente.
Johnann Beleclmen, J A Andrewi, Dt) llolniea. II A
WatAniini ntonwr. 7. Whltlnirt rinLatil. W I KrtAnnt
Ititcrn, K I Wl-well, R C Crlxly, Henmn Mlller) autwrln-
ienieni, j a rieroi. i x, iw ceiiut.
I.yndnn. clM'tnipn, Charlea Folnoin, 8 W Rumtell, C
Rulfocki overwer, Jeremy l'enrlt oontabje, C J Trefrent
ll-tera, w A Reinin, H 11 YVetherbee, II Ingeraont auperln
tendenl, II M 1'earl.
Mnraliflelit.-Moderator, M I) rerklnni clerk, F. I.
Smlth) aelectmen, fleorge Wooxter, II S Lalrd, I II Car-
ronnUhle, Mark MeHrai ll-tera, O W II DwlncU, Wltllam
Martln, I 11 Wooeters audltor, I. YV I'ltkln. Tai, 10 cenU
for to n eiiien-ea and 71 centa for rallroad debt.
MORETOWN. Clerk, Jamei Haylett t delectmen, Oeorge
Itu'kley, Mlchiel Lyncb, Roowell CnLMMi trea-nrer, Omrce
a inornioni orwr,j n iiroun) conKuiauie 11 u Latn
tihleri llHter. () II Ktao. lurnabn Mavo. KuaU Haw
iert anrtttor-, K W HMbee, A (t I'rentlM, A K Lovejoy:
In-iwtor of leather, K A lleathi ound keejter, John U
Towle; Rurveror of wood and Innpprtor of lurntwr and
KiunKim, a r. ijvejDji rni jiiror, tu a iieaui Pupenn
tendent, F E Donoliue. Tai, i ct-nU, to delray eijteoHua
of towu tbe en-ulng year, to be pald lo the treanurer.
MIDDLEBURY. Selectmmi, Joneph Ilnttelt, V W Chan
man. J L linttolph; conxUble, M A Mnnroe; linter-, L 1)
Kldridde, E J Mat(ht, L C llarro-, L A Wagent, J M
rtiadei auperlntend'nt, Kira Bralocrd.
MILTON. Seleclmn, ET Holbrook, AC Fay, II Robln
non t conntable, N M Nay t ltslere, J W Fllnn.tieome Aohley,
Joeepli llean; uperlntnudent, (1 1) ltlce. Tax, 30 centa.
MONTGOMERY, Htdectmen, S N Dlx, Oeorge Porler, C
V Hotinet ovenwer, D (latee; con-table.H M Martln i llnters,
F I, lloixbipe-d, J W (loodKpped, 11 11 rullerj luiH-rtn-
MORRIHTOWN.-'lectmen, Oeorge W Hendee, A B
Smtth, H S (lllei ll-tera, 1' K (IIhI, rl 8 Snmll. R H (lal
lupi connUhle aud oveneer, K KllrlKhain nuperintendent,
I N Leltaron. Tai.lUOcvnU.
Nfwliirv. Selectmen. John Reld. John 8 neorse. Rob
wiillfhert connutile, Jobn lulleyj overeeer,JobnB (JeorKtft
aupertntendent, YV lt Ituck. Tai, 20 cenU.
NORWICH -Selertmen, A V Tnmtr, R E Cook, O Mea-
ronnUble, H A Armntrong; overamr, II C llurton, Tax, th
Orancei. Moderator. I M Dlckevi crkand treaanrer.
L U 1'eake; aeleclmen, A H Martyn.l) J Cook, Jamva Hun
toout overeer,8 R Fmeron nonntable. I' M Dlckeyi imt
era, II D Camp, YV W Wllaon, Orrtn Iliitchluiont grand
lnror. 11 D Camn, II II Colby, Cturlea 1'oole; aud l lor , 1'
M Dk'key, M il iVabmly, 8 M Curtl agent, A 1 M utynf
auperlntondent, Mra. Lucy A Curtla. Taie to ue pald to
I'encham. Moiterator, Ilarver Ranborni clerk, John
Varnum Jr.; treanurer, John Yarnum, Jr.( aelectmen,
Uhle, L K Vitrnnmi Unteni, Wru V McLarhltn, Itobert
Mil-n, Jacob fru-vlli audlloin, John O I'onles, 1) YV
John U Northropj euiwrtntendnt, Chu A Itinkert grand"
Jurora, Loren Chac, John C lltancbard. Voted to rahte
tt.o-v w jttty loueouwin- 01 wwo.
I'OM FRE r. 8H-tmen, II Bushee, J L Maxham, Wia C
Whipple It-teni, Wm Hiiu-hinwiii, rlwln Allen, Ora 1'aulj
overmvr and ronnUble, Wm Hutclilnaoni mperlnlenilent,
UraJenntel'Otbeon. Tai, M cenu.
llHndolph. Moderator, J B Meadt clirk.NI. Boyrlen;
treHNiirer,J W Fargo; wloctmen, tleorne W Blodgetl, B T
Loinbard, I. L Y Itattlert comttable, Luke rarlah; uvrrneer,
V R Oranger) uperintendenl. 1' K Orowj ll-tera. IlaUey
Adaiiia, 1' R (Irow, A U Mancheater, Tax, H cenU,to be
RIClIYtONII.-Selectmen, A II Edwards, A C Flaftii, II S
II tlh i nvpruwr. A K Juinlut mniliM. Ilm IV i Iriun
lutera, Henry (llllett, F F Uleaaon, H F Cutter.
ROC11FSTER. leleclmfn, F O Reynold-. O O Martln. II
T Wlntn R-terB, A Meiwr, W A llooifno, L D Letand; over
oer, F r Mo-hert oomtible, E D Euierioni auperlnten-
ROCKIM1IIAM. Selft'tnien.Ld Ilnw-.nl.ri.it Hmliti
M R Lawrence: over-wr, L 8 Mdy oonUble, F AGeorse;
luurt, C E YVebb. L 1' Barry, J II DlvoU) aupertntendent.
ltOXIirilY Selfctmen, L J Wllley, Salmon Wllllam-,
tleorge YVIllIiniR ll-Urs, A J Averill, J W Ferrtij con
tUble, A J Royte) aupertntendent, Z 8 SUnton. Tai, 75
ROYALTON, Helectmen, F. YVInMow.J Waldo.2d, Chaa
t ayi ii-irin, 11 i viicu, vnua n n L.owueryi over-am-r,
11 W Duttonj oonnuble, D C Joneai upertn tendent,
8KB I'erklns. Tax.DcenU.
RUTLIND.-Selectmen. M t Everti.J C Dnnn. W II
Woodward.H YV Mead.Jamea A Cheneyj ronxUble, R K
Meadt oveneer, Htmuel Haywardt llntem. W C lyndon.
Ol) Yonnir.A FDivla.J C ilrltfn,!! C Thralli uierln
lendnnt, J J R RamUll. TtiJmil.
RYFOATE. Selectmen, Jamea Johnnton, J(ffnion Ren
frew.Thomta Nelon cotmtable, A H Moore; ll'teri, M R
(Irav, Win J Hendraon, J-mtni White: ovenwer, Ueo
cociirani vupeniuenueui, j u mie, lax.z.) cenu.
Hhe.lburn.-Selectmen, F-lir Naah, YV II Ilarmon, J V
H MnNki con .Uble. (Im N kiWU! Ilura. W a Wml. n
Lniienr, I C Hmltlij oveneer, 11 N ewelli uierluteii-
8HKLDON. Selftctinen, J 8 Potter, R A Beatty,A T
Iaclij ll-tera, J J Towle, O fttehblni, L Klttell) con-Uble,
J F Draper; oveneer, A KeUhj aupertntendent, Dr M
8T, ALBANSBclevtmrn.H II Bovman, C D Rnblee.
Walkeri UaUri. A U Ten ney, Wlllard l'lerce.J II Itrooki,
K 1' Uralnerd, J K Arinlngton iuperiu tendent, 8 W Lan-
Senter, J R8tevenj conatable, li 51 Johnaon; niicrlntn.
ent. LT Sandfordi tUtem, J o llovey, Ueo Ranney, John
M Alvord; ovenwer, M Barrett,
STOCK R UIDOK. Selectmen, A 11-tln Rrown, Euhert
niiHjnon, u niniuii con-iauie, it tj w iieon 1 iimer, 11
lllakmer,0 W Hawyer, J II lngaarti ovenuwr, Iteuben
Whltcomb; euperlnlendent, ElUha Hawyer. Tax, HU centa.
HfRAFFORD. -MMeHtor, J YV Cleavelandj c'erk and
ii-mii, . ti nirriwjri cuiinuiuir, ii , MrrfH( M'OIKI con-
W tl'lMomtlei aHitlior, H F Frary, F Flftrher, L l!
iMrkeri overatwr, ai 11 itroni aifent, A (I SmLlht gi
1'iron, WlllU toleru, M II Brown, Lnman Ju3.
pti'h'ert trunteee of nu'blie iion-v. Xatban It fViliti. i'u
tu.iiuirrj -uiriiuwiiucm, imtt II umuunji-, lax.OVCCUIB!
HWANTON. Heleclmen. Illraui I'latt.R II Rooll.CA
Crampton; overneer. D l) fotter; con-Uble, 11 V Djrmaui
lnura, C a I, Leat-'h R I) Uarvln, J M Waruer; aapertn-lendi-nt,
Thetford. BfleHmen, T M Taylor, O C Pwnter, R a
Iloward t nonaUhle, J K UlaUdell 1 Il-(ra, J II Worthen, K
M FulIlnKton, (1 (1 l-iiieraon( over-er, J 11 YVorlheut
aupertnleudeut, J V McCollom. Tai,60crnU,
TOVSaAM.-M(Kleratort H F OMway; elnk and treai
urer, Jamea K McLntn; Belertmen, R II to Ihe, T D lel
loi, tleorge K Newton; ovrwr, 1 A 1'erktnai lUler-,
Jamea K MtLam, R M Harvey, II F Ordwyi witiUhle, 11
IMVhit) ageut. R M lUrvey) euiwrltiteudenl, J V Dlcker
uiant audltura, hdln McKav, E M Collinn.Ornuga DlLkeyt
grand Juroni, Calvln Mlll, tl II Rlee, I A I'erklna.
TCSHRtDaE.-8el:tmenl K F Hoe, 8 I' Darkee, UR
II ly wardi oonl tble, OrvU 1' Cllley; lllr, DavIiI FChaix
nrnu. K R ekluner, N II AullU ovHratr, M K (Itlttlthi au
pertntendent, Kev WlllUtu U Iloward. lai,7)cenU.
Unilerlilll. HeWtmen, 8 M Mead, Franrla llarrett,
Ctutrlee K Irunlh ovenuwr,J FiU'huuionRi con-table, K D
Butleri llatera, 8 W Mewt K W Hiorp. FraucU Marlowt
auiHtHnWudent, J J Mouahan. Tax, W veult.
Waltollehl. Moderator, C K Jonea; clerk and treaa
urrr, HJ tlteiwoiii wlectuien and alnvl oomiuli-UiiiMrt, (1
I, WalhrtdH, U N Bunhnell, L D 8avage lUtra, C F. Jonea,
(1 W FiahMr, O C Wilder; oerwr, Almon JoalliiL ron
Uble, 'L II MeAlllKU.fi audlton, W A Joura O Walll, 1, D
Havagei truvtreand 4geut. J II Ilaailngit Miool tllrectura,
U A Valmer, L C llerry. Tax, cenu for town eiin-
and Ift ceula for hlghway.
WALlKN,8eltmen,WII 11 lUvU.J rateveni.JB
Rogerai conauble, L M ll.itbooin 1 auiHTlDlendeut, U A
HUtvrna) iUter. A Olle, II Fo-ter, 11 V Bievemi oveneer, J
WARREN. Clerk, Jauiet (arlellt coutible, Kdwlu
Cardeltl treaiurerand tru-we, Hllvwter Itatilnlert overnetr,
N L Dit-ktnaoDi aolectmnn.Jauioa b Kldrldge, Htlliuan 1)
Allen, I'lfrce Hnauldlng, lUters, K A Kldrtdge, A C ttiwn
lU.tleorgflll Newoontti) audlton. Johu II Heuler,tleoW
CaMrll, L M Heath) grand Juror, Geo A Ilrang) ageut, K JL
Lldrt Igei aiirluteadeut, A V lUlph,
WA81UN(ITON,-Mole--alork V Huntingtoni clerk, II
A White) seltH-tmeu, W K YVorthley, Jobn II I'erklua, .YUr
1)0 W t'hauiberiini treaiurer, H A MhUe; overoeer, Juhn
A ttlanleyt oonalable. Lymaii 1' Browu) lyten.Ttl White,
Warnn llimtlugliu, C C Cheney; audllori, I' V Huntlug.
tou, W II eiU4ii, S C Tayluri trualee, 1 V Huntington;
jnron, tl W Waaon, YV H Newuian. U M Mcrtbuert ageut, V
V lluniluglont auperto tendent, H tl t'arpeuter,
WEST FAIRLEE. Mectmen, John () Kaitman, J F
Abbott. A M Chlld oouatable. F W Farnhami lUien,
Alvali Bean, It Ntlea. Joaeiih IvbbetU) overaeer, (leurge L
Chuicbi nmwrtuieudeut, 0 N Lyou. lax, W cenu.
WILLIAU8TOWN.-8elertmen,J M llaai, D U Hmllb,
W 111 llanaoni oouiuble, J M Heaver; (UUin, V N Lathrop,
J M Neaver.o H Marllu) overawr, U 11 Uertllli auiwrla
leudent, K 11 Martln.
WILLt8TON.-8tlettin-ii, JM.ka.Hi Ulller, L II Taleotl,
II D JiMlyn) llHten, M M lalooll.M W Chapman, Wm J
Uctelf ovt)nuMr. L A JtUhupi oonitaltl, U J Cliaplnt
uerlm)iideut, F V Olniitwwt. 1 ax, lv reuU,
WINDSOR -Helet'lmen.lllrain lUrlow, lloraca WtMtou,
Alfred Hall) luten. Ileorv Dudiey, llnury Htory, U D I'eu
nliuau) ovemwr, Allrwl lUII; ooimUble, tleorg Y thura
tou, niperliiteuddut, F L Morae. 1 ai, &Y oenU,
OOl)lUlltY,"Mo.ldrtor, II 1'utnain; rlerk, A t'Towni
aelM'iuiPti, A llill, 8 K Camerun, L J llenliuila, treae.
nrer.O Ihuinti) wiiftlable, tl W Dantel-i UUi, A II Holt,
L U l.eonard, II hltlug) au.Utora, K Aluworth, A M
ifOtinla,li W DaaieU) auierlnutndent, A 11 Benjiiulu
Tai.WcenU Urvalr bigliaaad brllgM audlWviiU to
ay towu expeUMM.
, WOODSTOCK, Holwliueu, J H Monlague, II V Duii
luui, C V Biuk; llitlr. h C Kiiiruoiii, K Tl Alwoo-l.u K
laylor, om-r, II F KherMln, tuunlablM, WlliUtn Itllew
Itt, ujmrluleiuleut, W IIHauderauu, lal, 0U ceuta,
WOHCF.8TER. Moderator, F. M llambletl flerk, F E
Teiupleton, Nlutmru. L M HuUJiliiaon, A J Wtoue. II K
Johu-ou. uveiawr, EMllauiblfl txmttalile, II 1 tnuuletou i
tieaaurei, K C 11 tnliuau, hnteia, V f leMkabury. II A
llano k lilM)rllilg,adlur-,C N HuSt, II w WL?t
Ker llrvejr, tru-u. M M llanhi, gtaud Jurvia, tl
Hlojie, lUmer ilove ; at.ll TeuiplrWuj aupui muaubwt,
w 11 1 mwuwr
NEiivotisdebllltyand wenknfM, " W(ll' Ilcalth
Itenewer" la itrentMt teraedy, UrugiBta, Sl.
Anr mother who wlll not glve her baby Drowii',
TeetMn? Cordlal, whlle toethlng, la not wortliv to
bo called " mother,"
Don't dle In the houae. ik drunglata for "Ilnugh
onKata." Cleara out rata, mlce, wearela, 15 centa.
Tiikiik la no form ol chronlo (emsle weakneaa
or orarUn trouble whlch doea not yleld to the cu
ratlte Tlrtue of llealyV Vegetable Tonlo l'llla.
nnn.initnrnKiiiinii. n. unilUMIUR Uliur IB im
iinrtwi uj rioreaton uoiogne. whlch la alwa.a re
IreahlnK, no matter how freely uaod.
A Fact Woirrn Knowiwi. Hrown'a Bronchlal
Kllilr la the beat coueh medtclne In the wnrirt
(probably). Very large bottlea only twenty-flre
,1,500 per yoar can be eaally made at home
worklng for K O. Itldeout & Co., 10 Darclay
Street, New Tork. Send for thelr catalogue and
ftrilinillfl l..tl.tl..n Inf1an.i.llnn .11
compUlnta, cured by "nuchupalba." il per bottle.
Klroancr and fUKiTY. Ladlea whoanpreclate
elegance and purlty are uslng l'atker'a llalr lial
RAm. It la the beat artlcle aold for rentorlng gray
halr to lta orlglnal color, boauty and luatre.
Wimn'a IIauiam or Wild CiiEimv curea
cougha, colda, bronchltta, whoonlng coagh, croap,
lnlluenr.a, conaumptlon, and all dlaeaaea of the
throat, lunga and cliest. Fifty centa and 1 a bottle.
I'ehuvian Syhui cures dyspepfila, general i
blllty, llver complalnt, bolls, hnmors, chro
dltrrbea, nervoua affectlous, female complalnta
and All dlfleasofl arlslnR ln a bad Ute ot tbe blood,
"Columria, N, II. I wrlte to Inform you that
I have used Dr, Ira Hatch'n FebrlfuKe Mixture for
a cold and a coagh, and can testifrof iu value,
tor I ara confident It eaved me a run of lung fever
aoduerhapB my llfe. Yours wlth rejpect, Mary
E. aiarBhall." ' '
Hf-ALTh. hope and happloeM are restored by
the up9 of Ljdla K, rinkham'e Vef-eUble Com
nound It ls a poaltive cure for all those dUeaies
from whlch women eufferao much. Send toMrs.
Lvdla E. Plnkbam, 233 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Masti.. for ptmphlets.
A AVoMAN'sr.xrErtiF.NCH. Motheruanddaugh
ters ahould feel alarmed when wearioeas con
atantly opprees them. "Itlam fretful from
exhau-tlon of vltal powera and the color ls fadlng
from my taco, Parker' a Ginger Tonlc glvea qulck
relief It buildti me up and drlve away paln
with wonderful certalnty liujfalo Lady.
Wiiilr there lt llfe there U hope. Complalnta
of long etandinff, a.t well aa newer onee so com
mon among our Amerlcan women, are qulckly
cured by Dr. Hardy's " Woman'e Friend.'' Try
it. The effect ls mo readlly neen that lt gtves
courage at the start.
A Word to Motiifjis. Mothers ahould rr
member lt ls a most tmportant duty at thls seaaon
to luok after the health of thelr famlliea and
cleanae the malarla and lmpurlties from thelr sys
tems, and that nothlng will tone up the atomach
and liver, regulate the bowels and purlty the
blood po perfectly as l'arker's Ginger Tonlc, ad
verthed In our columns. Post. See other column.
Scipio, N. Y December 1, 1879. I am the pas
tor of the Daptlst church here and an educated
physlclao. I am not ln practice but am my nole
famlly physlclan, and advlse in many chronic
cases. Over a year ago I recomraended your Hop
llitters to my invalld wlfe, who has been under
modlcal troatment of slz of Albany's bost physl
clans several years. She has become thoroughly
cured of her varlous compllcated dlseases by thetr
ue. We both reoommend them to our frlends,
many ot whom have aUo been cured of thelr va
rlous ailments by them. Hev, K. It. Warren.
How to Socuro llenltli.
It U dtrange any one wlll suffer from deraoge
ments brouirht on by irapure blood, when SCO
VILL'S SAUSAVAHILLA AND SriLUNGIA, or
HLOODAND LlVlHt SYUUP wlll restore health
to the physlcal organlzatlon. It ls a otrengthen
Ing svrup, pleasant to take, aud the 11ESTHLOOD
PUIUKIKU ever dlscoverd, curlng Scrofula, Syph
Uitlc dlsorders, Weakness of the Kldneys, Kryslp
elas, Malarla, Nervonsdisorders, Deblllty, Bllfoui
complalnta and dlseases of the Dlood, Liver, Kld
neys, Stomach, Sktn, etc.
IIakeh's Pain Panacea curea paln ln Man and
Dr. Rogers Worm Svrop Instantly destroys
In Montpelier, Mareli 11, at the Arnerlcan Ilouae, by Rer.
D. K. Mlller, JKSSK L. St'ENCER and AUB1E J. CUR
RIKR, both or Cabot.
In Montpelier, March B, bj Rey. J. Edward Wrlght,
at the re-ldence of the parent- of the brlde, CIIARLKS II,
HTAC'Kl'OLt: of Bolton and KVA A. TABOR of Mont
pelier. In Weat Fairlee, March 14, hj Itev. Mr. CnWer, ARTI1CR
D INA of Klr and MINME WORT11KS of BradfonL
In Camhrldii-. Feb. 21. by Re. F.. Wheelock FKF.D E.
I'UTNAM aod LOUIHA8, PRINCE, both of Johnaon.
In Barre, March 2. bvRev V. McMlllan, FRED II WHIT
MEY and I.IZ.IK 11. WEIIHTER, both of Wllliain-town.
In RAtbury, Marc'j U, br Rer. 11. C. Iloward. CLARK
FLINT of Roxbury and CELIA A. W1LET of Jiorthfl-ld-
In Rpthet, March 9, by R. Klbridne Oerrr, LKVI E.
KIDDKR of Rocbenter and LUELLA JOIINHOS of Bethel.
In Bethel, MArch 10, by Rer. H. A. Parker, WILLIAM C.
L VT1M Klt of Roche-ter aud ELLEN B. EMCRV of Bethel.
In Weet Otover.by Itev. B, S. Adnnn.JOHS E, CLEVE
LAS D of Brownington and BEHI E CAM KHON of Barton.
I n Waterbury, Feb. M, by Rer, William Johnion, LCCI tfl
P.MORIEand LOU1SE U.HENDEROX, botliof Water
bury, In Weat Randolph, Marrh 1, byRer, C.T. Smlth, ALLEN
A. CHADW1CK and MARV E, HARLOW, botlt of lUn
dolph. In Rochester, March 7, by Re. Oeorce R. Ooernaey,
CI.F.BK. EATONof Granville aml LUSA E. OKAVE8
In North Tnnbrtdiie, March 1. hy Rer. A. M. Freeman,
OH1HUB F, WIHTNEV and HATIIE M. COKWIS, both
ln Woo-lbnry, Nor.20,by Rv.J. D. Balley. COOLAOE
C. IAMBERTON of MarehOeld and CLlltA KENAHTO.V
In Went Glover, Marrh B, hy Rev. II. 8. Adara, JOIIV
LUOKNE CLKVEL.VNU of Brownington aud BE8S1E
CAMKRON of Barton.
In Bo-ton.Maanachuaelu, March 11, at the realdence of
the hiide'a father, 77 Kendall itreet, MbLVIN A. IIOAD
I.EY of Duxbury, Vermont, and NCLLIE O. GLOVER of
In llellu'l, Marcli 7, IIIKAM 1I11VAKT. 7S.
In lUudolph, M.rcli e, ELIJA1I FL1ST, 61.
In IxeU. M.rcli I, LtOSAKU AVSIIX, 7J.
Id W.Uen. M.rcli 1, CLLV CAHI'EXTEIt, 11.
In HalKbiirr, MArch 7. LOVAL N. ALDE.V, 71.
In HrooklMJ, March 9, ALTOK 1IERUICK. Jl.
In Ronlh Walden, Much 1, M. A. AMSDES, 65.
In Ludlow, M.rch 3, JOSKrll II. TOLLARD, 79,
ln Thetford, r.b. 27, IIOWELL II. SAWYER, 71,
In retAlnm., C.I.. r.li. 21, AN.VA J, COLItY, 79.
In liradtord, Feb. !l, 51n. 11. t, riLLSBUIir, l,
In 8U John.hury, M.rch 6, Mr,. JAMES NUTT, t0.
In Wuhlngton, Feb. 27, Mr,. NANCY WI11TSF.V.
In Ludlow, M.rch 9, Mrl. SALLT WIIITCOMB, m.
In North SrrtDgllrid, M.rch I, r. C. KOItlNSON.
In Wm lUnvllle. M.rch 2, WALTE11 MERRILL, N.
In n.rre, M.nli 2, Mn. ART1IUK A. nENNETT, 13.
In SL Jolimliurj, March !, TIIL'MAX TRESCOTT, Sl.
ln Wllllamatovn, F.h. 28, SAMUEL DICKERMAN, .
In Brookfield, March 9, of pnearoonlA, A, C. CBAM, M.
In Woodstock, M.rch I, Mn. ADOLrilV'S DENNIS, a.
In Manhfleld, March 10, SALLV, wlfe of John E. Eddr, 97.
In Morritoii. M.rch l,slr.ASSlS II. 81IERWIN,71.
In Hardwick, Feb. 29, 8AIL1II J wlfeof Joehua Wallon,
In Korth Srrlnglleld, March I, ABIJAII WErilERBEE,
ln8haron,March4,oflinenmonl., 8, W, STERL1K,61.
In Mancheiter, New Ilamrwhlre, Y. O. M0ALL18TER of
Senburj Center, 89.
In llarton, March 7, STErilEN CURTI9 llCRN'IIAM,.
natlve of Woodburj, 72.
ln Majnanl, Ma.eachiiM.tU, March I, ADDIE M only
daughter of Kev, O. E. Utlhkeu, 19.
InChlcotw, MaHrhn,etU, Feb. 17. 8ARA1I K. (8TOI).
I)A RI), nlfe of Abel Uaikln,, M year, and 9 tuonthi.
ln Hambunt, lowa. March S, at lb. realdence of her Mn,
O. 8. Wlng, Mra, UAKY 1I.W1NU of Montpelier, II year..
9 inonthi and 24 dayi.
LUe Stock Market.
market at Watertown and Brtghtoa for th week andlag
TuemU. March 1. 1982 1
CaUU. aketp, tiogi.Vtft.
At inarket thla week.,,,,,,, 2 611 7,m 14 017 56
M Uut week 2,111) 1 1M 11 m 43-1
M oni year ago.., iXiti 11,411 tuttt ili
PRICEK. F.itra fatand neary preinlmuoim, ts 00 (J5 7Ji
flnt qualltT.T(Ka7.7i aeoond qnaUty, IdOOftUJ! tblrd
qaallty, ) W&i 75 per 100 Bii on total weigut or hide, Ullow
aud dreaaed lt. A few cboloa alngle paln, inSltS.M.
Bulla, eto.. l tkiftlJS. Worklnii oxen, f lilfi8 V paTr, or
aooordlng totheJr ralue aa bnet. Hutttra, Jildliw, Ulloh
oowa, r-U0OrtJd.00i eilra good. $10J)uat8.iAl, altb or wttb
out ctilTee, aa niaj oe agreed i farrow aud vrdlnAry,lS.Utfn
II (Ml. Htorea, yeaUnga, 7Jk1J 00 i two-year-old-,
tU0B.4iNii Ihrwt-yeax-oldJ, it)W.00. Mbeep. .')
itra, V ft or tJMltEeW hd. LaulM, t,Q
UV Ib. rtlieanxl neep.OflOo t A. Mhote. uholeeale,
Ofll reuil,8lm rb. lfatlioga. JJifl7Vo V ftt northern
dreaaed bog, WW V S. Vaai wUm, tQ&K V tb.
Brighton bUM. eu4i4'e eountry 1ou,7SOm. C'aif klm,
wim, nwi vu, iut c9Miui ovuuirr ioia. j.
1th wool on. 7St;ll
HEM tRKd. Weflndmora coantry t-attle thla iteek.and
prWiruled qulte finii, although no advance waa elTivted.
V eatern cattle uovel at f uU ratea. A. N, Monroe aold ilx
twn oattle. average i,4 lt.. at H70 V ent. Ilvet Haiba.
way A Ja'k-on aold Dluecrtttla for eiport, welglUng 1J.M0
rb. at f 4 Wl V cwt, and fouiteen head to butt?hen, weighlug
IT.luuRx.alUifei K. I'. I'ollardof Cheater, Venuont. aold
twoiugt.wrlgiiluii. lmo ib-) Taylor A llarpln aoUl two
aiagi, wvWhtug S.W0 tb. at ,o. and two luall cattle, to
drvM4J0 fbaeacb, at$Jl V hea.ll tl, W, Jonea aold elght
three-yeara-old itwr, u dreaa Aw rbi earh.at H.'j, aud
three oxiu,todreM MVlb eacii, attw V lb. W nute a
drilliietMlnibuepor ordlnary and medJatu gradea. I'rliae
Itocka ruoved vtMity at full rata. There wua ounIderabl
number of feedera ot -haen at tiiarki wlth Uiolr ka. i.
B. Hargent aold ntlT-flrt fancy ebeep, average Ha tb. at
b4o, and Iwentj-llve lamba, average 7S Tbs, al7e, 11. Wea.
lloston rroduco MarkeU
E(10S. Fre-hloU ot eaatern egga ooDtirand 20Qo V
dojen, wttb a goo-1 demand,
l'OTATOEi. -F.aatern Uoe are ateadler, wlth aalea at
11 10(91.14. Nonhern Roaerangeat l(l 10. rrollflca are
aellii.gatkVQ,aud Jaikaoua and W late Brouka at
Wo V tmehel.
M AI'LE HCUAK AND SVRUr. ugar U arrlTtngQului
frvcly aad aelllug iuolerately at I.QlVi for newluoakea
andetlM In tuba. Old haa ben Mtlling at TBo tt rb,
Chokn iiewiyrup will onmiuand 8 4(H5o Tgallou of 11 Ibi,
but old U aelllng at tWOtWe V gallon. 1 ' '
CI1EKHE. Wla or choice factory at UaiJKfj W Tb.
ftoine lioldera clalm they can get UVd'ornneluia, uut lJJa
liallweean eiiwt for trade loU, aud the demand U not
brtk at that, Cuiumon to goo.1 etock la dull at &ti ItQ V lb.
Ai uo ttiue wlthln a uionth haa tba deniand txirua uu toaa
p UUon, and tkl-teni liave loet money on itock,
BUTTKR. -1 ue depntl tone notleed la our Uit haa re
aultl ln a d-Une of .t(1o a ttouud on all gradtw under tlte
very fiumt, and even liitwe wlll not vommaud theexlreiiia
ralea ol a werk ago. Freab-uuvte weaUro craaiiier can not
uuldlnloutotlietrad4atoverOm4o, and fcr HwtMt
new utllch dalry 40o la a lull aelllng rie. Very little or tba
vtlulec-iuadebutterouiiUnglu wlll bring over I0o( though
uotuwluiial lole oomuiand Uo. Mlied loU from dllTeieitt
imrlaoflSew Eugland cannot Im eaally old atovarXV.
Aa rwelpU am aapei letl to Imreaae f roui thU tlme forward.
atUlbiwer pikwk are lookeit fur. Retwlven here arvdte
putMd kV aepl au y rwwcuahl Wd ntlMftbaoWtbuy9Kgo.
WANTRIIr-A (tood, ateady, relUWe yonng man.
who nnderaland. ihe cat or rtowii and horaen, and
la wllllngtomake hlmeelf ftenerallf tiaefnl, and not afrald
0W i, . L.. , AI'I-LY AT THM OIFICE.
.Montpelier, March , 1MJ,
BraldMandmonnlM tnorderfwlth aolM aold) hy Mra. C.
M, I'RAY.at L. B.lIuntlngtontB,Hchoolr1t.,Montpeller, VI.
WANTK,-lnu h wll onr elettant plctnrea of
rertlonof Mta. (larHeldi the only aiithorlw plcturei aani-
V rree w agenH that work. For further parttrulam,
KWTT" HWFrOItll'rl HONS. Art VnbliM.Brii
IS Federal Street, llo-ton, E-Ubllnhed 1S30. JMJ
Rooma formerly oecnplod by flavlnin Hank and Trunt
Comnanv. I'lnulnt 11111 nnnnnlani fnr t.u, ai-m An.t
or nierchanl Utlor. L, B, HUNTINGTON,
o-ir pioa. a and 9 niaie Htreet, Montpelier, Vt,
Tho Now Gospel Eyinns
CAR B OBTA1NBD AT
G. W. WILDER'S,
Head of Btate St., Montpelier, Vt.
JVo. 4, Vtr Itotent 93.00
Slngle coplM, hy malt, 3) centa. Noa, 1. 7, t aod 4, com
bloed, Wicentt by 111 tll, 1.M,
ANKW IHSIM)KHV. Ao alwolote cure. They
Will lnTarlAl'lf -ffnrt a Plironf t'nnih nr tlnaVHB ln hnrmmm
and are a tnoat jwrfect Blood I'nrlfler. Fut np ln one
VUtm, prepaid, on recelpt of $I.W), or alx for $5 W.
J. R. HALL, Pharmacist, Newport, Vt.
E. N. SCOYILLE,
50 1 25
For all dlsenscs ot the Throat, Cheit and
Lungs, thla boats them all very tlme,
Price, Only Twenty-five Cents for large
bottleg. N, K. BROWN , Prop,, Burlington, Vt
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural lawa whlch
govern the operauona of dlgmUon and nutrltion, and hy a
careful applicatlon of the propertlea or vtell aelertel Cocoa,
Mr. Epm haa provlded our breakfaat Ublea wlth a dell-cately-riAvored
levtrage, which niAy aave ua many henvy
docUira' bllla. It l. by the Judlcloua u.a of auch artlclea of
dlet that a coo-tltutlon may be KraduaHy hullt up untll
ntrong enongh to reelnt every tendency to dlaeane. Hundred-
of anbUe maladbw are flaaUnn around ua. ready to at
taik wherever Uiere la a weak potnt. We inay eacape man y
a faUlabaft by keeplng ourselvoii well fortlfled vdth pure
blood and a properly nourlshed frame." Ctvil Strtiee
Made almply wlth bolllng water or mllk.
Hold ln tuu (only lialf pound and pound), lahelM,
JAMKH KVVH & CJO..
HomoBOpathlo Cheuilata, Losdos, Ebolavd,
Also Epps' Chocolata Essencs for Afternoon Use.
8K A I) VT ea-lly inaile wlth my aplendld ontflt of Plo
J tnre Framea. H. B, Wakdwill. Aubnrti, Malne.
JQ. A. ALI.KN'S KSTATK.
The andernigne.1, harlng bera appotnte.1 by the Honor
able rrohateCourtforthe Dlatrlctof Waahlngton.Comrota--lonera,
to reoelve, examlne, and adjupt all olalmii and de-man-1
of aU pereona agaln-t the eetate of J.Q. A, Allen, late
of Calata, in nald IHntikt, deceaeed, and all clalm ci
hlbiUHl ln ctt.iet thereto, hereby glve notU tbat we wlll meet
for the purpofv aforeeald at the dwelllng of Mra. Martha
Allen, on the 2ttb (Uyof Aprll and 2mii dyof Jnlynext,
from ten o'clwk a. n. nnut four o'clock p. u.. each of aald
daya, and that elx inontha from the 3th day ot January, A.
IMStfJ.Uthetlins Umltedbv uld Court for aald cre-Iitora
to preeenl thetr clalina to oa for examtnaUon and allowance.
Dated at Calala, thl 21t dayof February, A, D. m.
35-37 U0R(HiVe',' 0tnm'M'One'
IANNA IHITNAM'g KSTATK.
HTATK OF VERMONT, Il-trtct of Waahlngton.aa.
In Probate Court, beld at Montpelier, ln and for aald I)U
trlct, on the Ulh day ot March, A. D, liti i
AnlnBtrnnientpnrtiorUng tobe the UstWlU and Tenta
raent of Fanna l'ntnani, late of Cabot, ln aald DlKtrlct,
deceaaed, belng preaented to tbe Court by John M. Flnlier,
tbe Executor thereln named, for probate 1 It ia ordered
by aald Court, that all peraona oonoemod thereln be noU
fled to appear at a eeMlon of aald Court, to be held at
the Frobale Offloe ln Montpelier, on the 4ih day ot Aprll,
A. D. 1382, and ahow cauae, lf any they tuay have,
agahut the probate of aald willt for whlch purpoae U l
further ordered, that noUce of thla onler be puhUnhBd three
weeka eaocemlTely ln the Venuont WatchmAO A State
Journal, prtnted at Montpelier, prertoua to aald tlme ap
polntAd for heartng. By the Court. Atteet,
3o-37 A. C. AVERILL, Regtater.
DAVIS H, HATKS' KSTATK.
BTATE OF VERMONT, Dtatrtctof Waahlngton, nt.
la Trobate Court, held at Montpelier, ln aald llatnct,
on the 11th day of March, A. D. 1
Lucy A. HateB, Adrulnletratrtx of the eaUte of Davia II.
Balea, late of Barre, ln aaid Dlntrkt, deceaaed, preenu
her adjulnlatratlon aooonnt for exauUnaUon and aUow
anoe, and makea aprllcauon for a decree ot dlftnbn
tlon and partltloo of toa eeute of aald deceaeed. Where
uin. lt Ia ordered by aald Court, that aald aooonnt and
aald appllcauon be referred to a aeMlon thereof , to be held
at the 1'robate Offloe, ln aald Montpelier, on the Stit
day of March, A. I. 1S82. for heanng and declslon
thereoni and.ltla further ordered, that notlce hereof be
glven to aU person Intereated, by pnbUcaUon of the aama
three weeka ucoeealTely tn tbe vennont Waichman A BUt
Jonrnal, a newipaper publlaheil at Montpelier, prertooj tc
ald tlme appolnted for hearlng, that they may appear at
aald tlme and place, and ibow cauae, lf any they may have,
why aald aooountihonld notbe allowed, and anca decree
llr the ConrtAtbwt.
A. C. AVERILL, Ketfflter.
HTATK DK VKHMHNT. I ILtrl.'t ftf Wunlnrtin.
n 1 rguaHj tonn, ueiu ai aioniiwuer, ia aaia JJlimtt, on
the 11th day ot March, A. V. 1SM t
Orlo L. Arer-, Admlnl-trator of the aetate of Jerry Ayera.
Ute of Waterbury, ln aald Dlstrlct, deeeased, preeenta hla
admlnlatraUon acoount for exanunauon and allowance,
and makea arj'Ucatton for a decree of dlstrthntlon and
partltton of Ihe eeute of aald deoeaaed. Wbereupon.
tt la ordered br aald Conrt, that aald aooonnt and
aald applluftUoo be referred to a atwalon thereof, to be
beld ai the 1'robate Offlce, ln aald Montpelier, on the 31t
day of Marrh. A, D. im, for bearlng and dect-lon
thereon t And, lt U further ordered, that notlce bereof be
glTen to all peraona Intereeted, by publtcatton of the aante
three weeka aua-ecMtvely ln tbe Vermont Watchmao A HLale
Journal, a newipaper pnbltohed at Montpelier, prerlonato
aald tlme appololed for hearlng, that they may appear at aald
tlme and place, and ahow cauae, lf any they may have, why
atd aoooont ahould not be allowed, and euch decree made.
By tba Court- Attt,
39-37 A. C. AVERILL, Reghtter.
GUAHTIIAN NOTICK tn Sell Ilmtl Katte.
HTATE OF VERMONT, Ilatrtct of Waahlngt m, u.
In Probate Conrt, beld at Montpelier, wlthlo and for aald
Dlntrlct.on the 10th dar of March. A, 1, 1J-
WlUlam W. Henry. (luardhui of Flora Hcagelof Water
bnry.lnaald Dlalrtct, mikes applicatlon to aald Conrt for
UcenMtoaellthefoUowlngdm-rlbed real eatateof hla aald
ward, to wlti AU her lntereet ln real entate iltuated ln aald
Waterbury) repreaentlng tbat tbe aale thereof, for the
purpoee of ynttlng tbe procued of auch ile at lntereet,
or laveeUng the aame ln atocka or real eeute, would be
benofleui to aald ward. Wbereupon, lt la ordered by
aald Court. that aald applicatlon le referred to a aeanlon
thereof, to be held at the Probate Oitloe, In aald Montpelier,
on the 3d day of AprU, A. I. tSJ. for hearlng and de
cUlon thereoni and.lt la further orditred, that all peraom
Intere-ted be nottfle.1 hereof,by rubllcaUon of noUce of sald
applloatlon andonler thereon, ibree vteeka ucceailveiy ln
the Vennont Watuhman & Btate Journal, publlahea at
Montpelier, before aUtlmeof hearlng, tbat they may ap
pear at aald tlme aud place, and, lf they aee cauae, oblect
thereto, By tba Court. Atteet,
37 A. C. AVERILL, RetfUter.
CHAKI.KS 1IOWKS' KSTATK.
STATE OF VERMONT, Dutrlcl of Waahlngton, a.
In rrobale Court, held at Montpelier, ln aald Dtatrlct, on
Ibeoth day of March, A. D.I8SJ?
Frank A, Ilowe, Admlulitralor of the eeute of Charlea
Ilowe. late of Moretown, ln aald Dtntrtct, deceaaed, pre
aenU bla aalmlnlatratlon aocount fcr exanUnaUon and
day of Marcb, A. U. l&fl, for hearlng and decUlon tbereou.
And, lt la further ordered, that notloe herwf be glven to all
pereona lnUreated, br publlcaUon ot tbe aame tnree weeka
auoctwatvely ln the enuont Watcbman A BUte Journal, a
uewepaper publl-lied at Montpelier, prertoua to aald tlnii
appofnted for bearlng, that they may appear at aald tlme
aud place, and ahow cauae, lf any they may have, wby aald
acoount ahould not be allowed, and auch decree made.
By tba Court- Atteet.
34-34 A. C. AVERILL, RegUter.
HTATEOF VEKMONT.l'lftnotof Waahlngton, aa.
In rrobate Court. beld at Montpelier, ln aald Dlatrlct, on
tbeblb day of Marrh, A, D.lB&i.
C. M. Wlnch. admlnlatrator of the eaUU ot T. J. Brad
ford, late of Barre, ln i I -trtct, dereaaed. prwenu hla
adminlitraUou acoount for esauilnaUon and aUovtance,
and makea applicatlon for a decree of dl-trtbutlon and
partltton of the eaUte of aald deroaaed. Wbereupon, It la
ordered by eald Court, that aald acoount and aald applUia
tlon be referred to a aeealon tbereof, to be beld at tbe 1'ro
bate Offlw tn aald Montpelier, on tbe ZMx day of March, A,
11. 1983. for bearlng and dectalon thereon Aud. It la further
ordfred. tbat noUt bereof be glvea to all peraona lnteraeted,
by pubUcatlon of the aame three weeka auorewlvely tn the
ermont Watchmaa A HUte Journal, a newipaper rub-llah-al
at Montiwller, preTloua to aald Ume appolnted for
bearlng, that they may appear at aald tlme and place, and
how cauae, lf any they may bave. wby aald aooount ahould
not be allowed aud euch decree loade.
Uy tba Court. Atieet,
3I-36 ' Ai V, AVERILL, Regiater.
1IIILO LKWIH' KSTATK.
UTATE OF VERMONT, Dutrlct of Waohlngton, aa,
In Probate Court beld at Montpelier, ln aald Dlatrlct, on
the ifAth day of February. A, 1, itecl i
. J. H. Uaatlnga, Admtnlatrator of the eatita of PhUo
Lewta, late of WalUdild, Inaald Dl-trk't, dtxeaell pre
aenu hla aJmlntotrauou aooount for examlnation and
allowauce. and makea applicatlon for a dtvree of dlalrl
buUon aud partltlon of the eaUte of aakl detwaaed, W here
upon, lt U ordered by aald Court, that aatd acoount and
aald appllcallou Ire referred to a awalon thereof, to te held
at the Probate OMce ln atld Monliwlter on tba 17ln day
of Marth. A. II. ISSl, for heartng and deitaloo thereon;
and, It la further orvlere.1, tbat notIc bereof be glven to all
peraona tnlereeted, by publlisation of Uie aame tlree weeka
aucoeHalvely ln the Vennont WaU-braan A NUU Journal, a
uewepaper publt-bed at Montpelier, prertoua to aald tlme
appouitedfor hruig,that they tuay appear at aald tliua
and plaoe, and ahow oauae, lf any they may bare, why aald
aooount ahould not be allowed, and auch decree tuada.
By the Court. Atuwt,
33 33 ' A, C. AVERILL, lUvlaU.
GKOIIOK TINKHAM'S KSTATK,
BTATE OF VERUONT, DUtrkt of Waahlngton, aa.
ln Probate Pourt.held at Montpelier, In and for aald Dla
ttl t,ou the 6lb day of Marth, A.l. W2i
V. 11. Kinney, AdiulntMtrator ot the raUte of Ueonw
Tlnkham, lata of plainfield, In aald Dlatrlct, deuetue.1.
uiakt appllcmtkin to eld Court for lloenae to eell all of tb
rwale-Ui of aabl de'eaaetl altuated ln aald Plttufleld, Ui
wlt Tba home pla, wlth Ute atore and other bulldlnga
theieon, repreeentlug that the aale thereof la uewteary for
the iruieutof thedebUof aald deceaae.1 and the rhargea
of adiumUirattoti of bla eaute. Whereuxin, lt 1 ordered by
aall Court that aald Kpnltcatlou te rvterrod to a aewtlou
tliereof, to be bdld at Uie Probate Ortlce, ln aatd Moutpelter,
on the iith day of Maivh, A, 1). 1W, for bearlng aud decia
lon thereout and, II la further erdeied, that all peraona In
tenwled be notlried tieref , by publUiatlon of uotlue of aatd
applU-Atlon and order Uienwn, three wewka auoctwlrelv la
Uie unimnt WaL'bman A BUte Journal, a newiiiaiwr pub
llahed at Montpelier, and hleh clrcuUtea In the uetghW
IhhmI of tliotw) lutereaUhl, IwforeaAid Ume of beArtng, that
they may appear at aald tlme aud plaoe, and, If Uwy aea
cauae, oh)nt tWeto, By tba Coun- Atut.
I A, V. AVKtlLL, RUr,
si-.i-'. loiIhu:. Zffr.