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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 1883.
$itkhmiM $ fotmnth
WKDNKSDAY, .JUNK 0, 168X
Cotton flnJ tlk parasoli Rt WetattVs.
To rednce ntocV, Bummer Rooda wlll bo nold
cheap At Webster's.
CnoCKKRv, the beat branda, fine Roods; aldo
lwwware, at Webster'a.
KmnoNfl, nooJt'Woir, honlory, glove, tldle,
Urabrequlna, at Wobster'n,
Fon Sale Two tenement housos on Middlesex
treet. Inriulreof C. A. Keed.
Bisiiop Hotkij forsatoor to ront, from one to
ten yeara. Apply to II. Falea.
A bfirfialo 1d black bunttng at J. G, Mortlnon &
Co.'b, State Blroct store, Montpelier.
llAiu-Ku'fl Bimar unUern. Send postAl card
and Ret the faahion sheet for June. Addrensll,
You wlll flod a good asnoitment o( furnlture ol
alt klndfl at A. T. Straw & Co.V, Maln slroet,
DilJ. T. Wiikklock, tho Waterbury dcntist,
wlll be nt Stoe, Thursday, FcldAy and Satnrdny
June 7th, 8th and I'Ui.
ltOfTON liome-made bread rccetred the name
day It Ubafced aad for ale at Huntington' aa
loon, 8 Sute ntroet. Flrst arrltal Thuniday ot
W. K. Ai.asii. the Montpelier clothler, lioa nomo
thlngi interetlnR to buyers of inen's and clill
dren's nlt Head ha advertlaeraent In thia
lsue ot the Watchman.
M. M. Knk.iit, the Waterbury drycoodn deater,
coraes to the front Hffftln In the advertlsln col
umns of tUIit w eek's Watchman.. The pcople In
that vlclnity wi!l du well to read what ho has
M. I Fieij) of Northfield ls neMnj: the Pftlmer
Ilorse Iloo, the VAy Now and Share'a Harrow
Tettb, formetTjr made at the Northfield foundry,
Addreas alt orJejf by mall to D, I). Fleld, North
field, Vt. ltepHlrt fot all tho above cnn aleo be
" Wahhrh's entlre-wheat patent flour," made
by the Franklin Milla company of Chlongo, haa
evldently come Into theae partn " to etay' Dr,
Jftfon Krlggs (dentlst), Barre, Vt., tiay: " lt Ia
the flnent thlnfi In the way of food Iknowof,"
Othera ppenk blghly of it, Atk your grocor for
it. An sgency wanted tn every town in tho state.
George A. Atnewort'l, Williamstown, Vt., general
gent for the company.
Thk eecond annual reunion of the Second Ver
mont wlll be hId in Hiirllngton', June 20th.
TiiKCentral Vermont cflmp-meeting at North
field wlll commenco on Augutt 20th and close on
Tjik telephone Une betweon thta ll!.igo and
Waterbury wai completed Saturday night, and
mewagee are now tracemltted daily. Northfield
ehould come next.
Those who wIhIi to attend the meetlngof tho
UnlTersallsU at Plainfield on Tliur.nday and FH
day of thU week cau eecurehalf fare tlcketa on
the Montpelier & Wclln Hirer Itallroad.
ANantl-masonlc convention nictin Capital Ilall
lat evenlng. The eccreta of maonry woro ex
pcwed and the formation of n new party advo
catcd. Oeneral J. W, I'helpa of Brattleboro wlll
ppeak to-day at ten o'clock A. M.
Thk hearlnglnthe case of Jt,8eph Poland vs.
Mfttfl A. M. Ilemenway was contlnued Frlday and
Saturday of latt week befure mmlsslonera
Bingham and Smllle. It will talie one or two
raore eesslons to completo tho case.
Biiooks Post, No. 13, 0. A. I! extend thelr
piocero thanks to the St. Jean Biptlate Boclety,
Company II, Natlonat Guard of Vermont, the
Iloral ocmmittee, and all othern who took part in
the memorlal terlccs Decorntlon ilaj-.
Iw the Montpelier grand llat glveii last wetk
the 11st for 1882 was the one filed b.r tho llaters
before the equalixlng board made thelr reductlon
on real eatite. In many casen tliia wuud make
the aruouot for 1882, aa gtven, larger than that
on whkh taxes were actually pald.
Aktfk several days cogltation, and hftvlng ap
paroDtly worked all day Sunday over the mat
ter, thei-Vce Vrets wan Monday mornlni ja ftbie
to Bay tbat " It la amuslngto oce the canlne fidel
tty whlcb the Montpelier papera manifeaf; fur the
leglalature." " Canlne fidellty " lan't bad,
Thk faat expreaa over the Central Vnnont
rallroad made the run from West Kandr iph to
White Kivfr Junctloa recently In tlilrty.nne
mlnntes and made one stop. The dUtaiC0
thlrty-two mllea, and thia ls perhaps the ftest
time ever made, xor the Ulstance, on tue roaUt
A TKLKrnoNK Hne la to be bullt eoon from iitt3.
field to Gaysville, connectlng wfth the one 'Vrom
there to Bethel. It la expectedalioe wlll be tLult
from Hochefater, connectlng wlth the ono f rom
Pittsfield at Stockbridge common, thua placing, flj
theee towns in telephonlc communfcation w Itjj
each other. i
Tiik last awlndling dodge U on thia wlse: Tq
Btrangera, apparently, meet at a farmer'a hou80
manage to ntay over nlglit, if tliey cau, an(j
make a trade before they leave In the mornlng, jn
whlch the tarraer's name la wanted fls a witDesa
totbe contract, whlch afterwardd turna up aaa
promiBBory nute, fixed up In a sura satlsfactory Iq
iNthe Ely minea lUIsatlon tho motlon for aj.
polntment of receiver waa ordered to atand ove. tllj
the firet term ot the court of chancery, unlpfa tli
Vermont Copper Mlnlng company Booner fild t
bond In the pecal buiu ot $20,000, conditl jnat to '
Bave Cazln harmletu and luderanlfied from nl)
damage, coupefjoent ou sald company's pOMsealon
of the mlne agalnat hU rlght.
H M( PiiHLi-8 and W. II. S. Whltcomb of Bur.
llogton, grand high prlest and grand secrotary of
the Grand Itoyal Arch Chaptr of Vermont, made
thelr ofllclal ylalt to KlngSolomon Chapterof
thia town !iat TbnredU'jr ervnlng. They oipregsed
themaelves ao blghly jleaHed wlth the manoer In
whlch the hlgh prieBtlCollina Blakeley, and U
efllcient cxna of offlcerl. performod the work.
Wk are (nformed by(elepbono from Waterbury
that Bert llaraton wftiiflrowned latst evetilog In a
lulll pond ahout one mlt? from Waterbury vlllage,
CoDflictlnf accoanta ot 'J)e circumntancea were re-
ceived, but tho fact U Icbubtieaa correct. A boy
who waa wlth htm gavtjhe alarni, and inabout
half an hour Dra. If doktr Und Janea reached hlm,
but all efforU to revtre ildn were unavalllng. Ile
worked In Brnce's tubtory, and waa marrled
inai n euoetfaay.
Tim reporU ot Oood Ti'mplar lodgea for lat
quartez endlng MaylKtrbow unuauat actlvity
aud Intereat. Of lodge whlch liavo reiorted,
thlrty-one have galned In memberahlp and eleven
loat, the net galn belng tbe bundred and Dlnety
nlne. Of theae GouldarlUe jleadg ofT wlth a net
gatn ot Blxty-elght, wlth (- followtng cloae be
hlnd: Ilector of 6t. Jjthnnbury, fortyaeven;
Capltol ot Montpelier, fortV-slz; Burke MounUln
ot Kaat Burke, forty-four.l All the new lodgei
are repoited aa dolog finelyf
of the Montpelier &!
At the annual meetlng
Wella Itlrer rallroad, hel
1 In thia vlllage laaj
Thursday, the followlnad
D. H. Sortwell, CftmbrIdIiDrt, Maaa.; S. S.
Thompaon, LyndonrlHe; UV. II. II. Blofham.
Stowe; Joel Fonter and S, C.1 Shnrtleff, Mont
pelier. At the directors' nleetli'g D. It. Sortwell
waa eleotea preaiaent: a, is. unomrwon, Tlce-
nrealdent: Joel Fonter, clerH anfl treasurer: Fred
W Moe, casbfer and general frqiM and patnen-
ger agent) W. A, Stowell, 'cenel-al nuperlutend-
ent; S. C. ShurtlefT, attorne. t
Thk Sapreme Coutt hai ajlilted J, M, Tjlor
of Brattleboro, W. 11. Walke- f f Ludlow, and C,
B. Eddy ot Bollowa Falla, cor , sVlooard to hear
and report upon the petltlon l t)te Central Ver
mont ltallroad Company i. tue lMontpeller &
Well Rlrer Company, as to t UrlllT of ratea of
connectlon between the two )md A-tlil betog a
polnt whlch haa ior aome time been ''.a dUtpute be-
twoen the compaulea, The hearlng1 la aet for to
day, at Burlington, and the report f$ ordered to
be filed at a apeclal term of ourt t- be held at
the aame place June 2Ut.
IT wonld appear that the roada ar not perfect
la Kome parts of Windaor county as fi ahown by
the following note from Bethel iii the Wooditock
Standard; "For the excellent hlghwaya whluh
theJudevine ' lilghway law and Munaon' aup
plementary law glve ua, let the publlc p&aa over
theroad Jiut above Mr. Cloud'a bouae In Itoyal
ton, wbero they wlll leethat although Judevlne
ot Hardwick may lobby the houae, and lluonon of
Manchester and Thomp.ion of Iraaburgh putltto
eleep wlth thelr tatal lullabUa, we ahatbave
hlghwayi to drtve over that woull eodAogertbe
llte of a Uocky Mountaln goat,"
A man wbo geta hU llrlng by bavlog fiu In
publlc and then pasHlog around the hatbaa cer
talnly a very orlglnal method of aavlng hUmus
cle, but thia la what Ilorace Barney of Marsh
field U aald to do. Ile trlsd lt at the decoratlon
day exerclaea but hU game aeemed to be hnown
andhedid not take rouch money, Saturday he
waa arreated by Pollceinan Ordwayfur lotjxlca
tlon, and on belng brought before Junloa Clark'
and Grand Juror Kemp, who aeeni to run the de
partmentot juatlce, he waa fined 95 and conta
whlcb be waa nnable to pay, but aa he haa a
famlly who would oomo on tho town It he abould
be sent to the honse of correctlon, he waa let off
on promlalng to leavo town and stay away. He
dlaclosed on a Calala man.
Thk St. Johnabury Imkz recapltulatea the riorta
In relatlon to the real vftlue of Montpelier na
tlonal and aavlnga bank atock and tho llftter'a ap-
pralaal of the aamo andfayfl: "Itlawlth mln-
gled feeltnga of aympalhy, aatonlshment and
eorrow that we call th t attentton of our esteemed
frlenda of the Watchman to thia atatement of the
altiiatton. With nlmllar feellnga the Watcii
mak calla the attentton of tho Jndcz edltor to the
fact that Ifhohad bad hla eyeaopen he would
have aeen a atatement ot the caae In thta paper a
week In advance of the time wlien he fotmd it out
from a correapondent to wlt, tn the Watchman
of May 231.
Thk atockholdera ot the Coniolldated Rallroad
Company of Vermontheld a meetlng at St. Albana
laat week Wedneaday, and voted to mortgnge lt
property to the amount of $7,000,000, jolntly wlth
the Vermont and Canada road, under the plan for
reorganlr.atlon of the Vermont Central and Ver
mont and Canada roada and a Bettlement of all
dtaputea among aecurlty holdera now ln the h and a
of tho Amerlcan Iian and Truat Company of Boa
ton for cxecutlon of all papera ncceanary to perfect
eucli organtzitlon, and lt waa voted to adcpt the
by-lawa propoaed by the dlrectora at a picvtous
meetlng. The Vermont and Canada atockholdera
wlll hold a mcotlng at Bellowa Falta, June 8th, to
act on the aame meaaurea, ao far aa thelr latereata
Last Saturday BenWardof Knosburgb Falla
and Aufdtn Shufelt ot Berknhlre went to Fre
llghaburg, P. Q, got Intoxtcated and ataited
homewttha bottte of llquor from whtch they
conttnued to drtnk on the way. When they were
tounda llttlo paat mldnlght S.tturday ntght at
Knoaburgh Falla, Shufelt waa aodrunk aa to be
utterly unconactoua and Ward waa dead. Ito bad
fallen out of the wagon and caught hla head be
tween the wheol and tho ahaft. The band on the
hub had worn a long gaah In hla throat and the
lleah on hta leftcheek waa all worn off by the
apokea. There were no marka of vtolence on the
body except thone made by the wheel. Shufelt'a
handa and clothtog were ameared wlth blood and
It la probable that he trled to reacue hta com pan
ton, but he clatma to have no recollectton of It.
Tho tnquest waa ndjourned tlll yeaterday.
Thk dead body of a man waa found ftoatlng tn
the Winooski rlvor not far from the rallway
brldge ln Colchester, laat week. lt waa dlacov
ered by Bonie men who were fUhlog and at once
put in cbarge of the electmen ot Colchester, who
held an loquest at whlch the following facta were
developed : The deceaaed waa Bobert Gray. Ile
had been at work about three weeka on Wlllard'a
ledgeandwaa laat eeen May 15th. Aa hehad
been drloklng and no marka of vloleuce appoared
on the body, lt la probable that he fell from the
brldge and waa drowned. Ho waa mtaied at hla
board Ing-placo, but aa he waa little kcowo, no
aearch waa made tor hlm. A rcceipt ln hla trunk
ahowed that be pald taxea at Albany, N. II., in
1880. Gray waa apparently about forty yeara of
age, of medlum aize, wlth heavy brown whlskera
and hatr, looklog llko a German or Swcdo. Tho
body, whlch was bidly decompoaed, waa burled
In Colchester after the inquest.
OitANti n county court opened at Chelsea yea
terday. The followtng peraona were drawn for
the grand jury: Bradford, II. C. McDufTee;
Braintree, Wiltlara FaroBWorth; Brookfield, W1I
11am A. liobbtn; Cliolsea, Wllliam L. Churchtll
and W. II. II. Ilall i Corinth, J. M. Doo; Fairlee,
W. K Atbeo; Newbury, John Baltey; Orange, K.
C. Camp; Randolph, Gllbert THhou; Strafford,'
NaUian B. Cobb; Thetford, Solon G. Smlth;
Tophliam, J. p. Tabor; Tunbridge, N. II. Auatln;
Washington, W. K. Worthley; Vershire, 0tcar
Beckwith; Williamstown, J. M. Bass; West Fair
lee, A. II. Southworth. The petlt jury waa made
upaafollowa: Bradford, K. K Johoaon, Charlea
Jonea; Braintree, A. W. Ferry, G. F. Smlth;
Brookfield, J. A. Whltney, B. A. Hlnt; Cholsea,
G. II. lUcon, Juha Allenj Corinth, Wm. Taplln,
C. J. Slack; Fairlee, B. W. Davla, II. D. Moore;
Newbury, George F:meraon, W. Brock, Jr.;
Orange, Wilbur Cutter, R N, Cutler; llandolph,
H. S. Booth, L. A. Kdson; Strafford, Noah Pow
era, E P. Preacott; Thetford, J. T. Hoaford, II.
Cumminga; Topsham, G. A, Currier, John Wtlley;
Tunbrtdgo, A. J. Willa, J. T. Itobimon; Waahtng
toc, Weyland White, T. F.Thurbor; Vershire, W.
F. Djrling, W. Derby; Williamstown, J. B.
Seaver, W, Blanchard; Weat Fairlee, S. C. South
worth, C. N. I-yon.
Thk prlzospeaklog at tho cIobo of the sprlng
term of the Northfield graded fcuooI laat Frtday
evenlng waa an unuaually fiue entertalnment,
The competitora were the following nlno young
ladfea of the hlgh echool: Mabel A. Brown, Uella
Klmball, Minnle II. Jonea, Clara K. Harwood,
AdrIo R DAJgur, Bttrah U 'laylor, busle Kent,
Kate I). Ktchardson, Louise M. Iloughton. The
first two received the prlzea and the aecond two
honorable mentlon, the artlcleabotogreipecttvely,
"SUterand I," "The Patnterof Sevtlle," " lila
piih," and " W'e Two." Owtng to fatthful work
on the part of the scholara and the excellent drllt
gtven them by our tatonted preceptreaa, Mlaa
Carrte S. Chaso of Morrisville, the contest wai
close and, as the commltteo ot award reported,
every one waa entltled to a prlze. The young
ladle'tand thelr lnstructre may well teel Jproud
of thia firstattempt. At the requeat ot the chatr
man ot the commtttee of award, the prlzea were
presented by Frank Plumley, lUq , ot the echool
board ln hh) uaual haipy manner. The only grad-
uate thU year, UUs Kvetyn L. Fuller, preaented
a well wrttten esaay and valedlctory, The dl
ploma waa conferred by Ur. P. D. Bradford, prea-
ldont of the school board, who very fittlngty
expressod the pleaaure and prlde tho cltlzena ot
the town had experiencod ln the exerctsea. In-
cludod in the munlc on the programme were a
b:MFolobyMr.John W.Jonen, a ptano solo by
Miaa Minnle walltng and a piano duet by Mtaaea
Walltag and lMa Judd, all ot whlch were finely
Thk Vermont StiitA I-VIaHc Mortlal RlotvtiaM
Iti eighteenth annual aedslon at Montpelier May
-50 and 31, Thn forenoon aetulon of Weunesday
waa a buslueaa meetlng, J, M. Clark of North
Auania, oiaaa., ana r. J, Hart of Wallingford
were admltted to inemher-lih. in v aravnnn
the following ofllcera were elected : Preatdent, II.
v. lunor vi uenuingion vice-preatdenta, W. K.
Balley, W. F. Templeton, S. G. Soulea; aecretary
and treasurer, George II. Gray, Kiat Calala; con
aora, W. I). Waller, W. F. Templeton, S. G.
Soulea; audltor, G. C. Washburn; Itbrartan, J. M.
Templeton. The annual addreas waa dellvered
by Dr. W, D, Waller, for whlch a vote ot tbanka
waa glven. Dr. W. K. Woodward read a paper
on "Clnchona and lu Alkalolda," whlch waa
freely dlscusaed. Thuwday foreuoon Dr. Wood
ward read another par, qulte Ungthy,on the
"IlUtoryof Medlclne," and a vote of thaoka waa
exUuded to hlm for the aame. Presldent Potter
then read rt paporon " Septlcemla" whlch waa
dlscuBHed at length. In the afternoon the chalr
man appolnted Dra. II. Ioghara, W, D. Wallr
and II. E. Templeton a commltiee to draft reaolu
tlonaplaclog thia uoclety ln aympathy wlth the
National ICclecttc aoclety, and later the commtt
tee reported accordlngly and the report waa
adopted. .The time ot the annual meetlng waa
changedto the tklrd Wednesday and Thursday
of J uae and the namea of John Durkee and B. D.
Blckford were atrtcken from the roll tor non
payment of duea nnd non-attendance. Dra. W,
F. Templeton, G. II. Gray and W. Ii. Woodward
wre apiolnted a commlttee to revlne the conatl
Jullon and by-lawa and prepsre a code of ethtcs.
Dr. Goo. II. Gray waa apiolnted to attend the
comroencement ot the Kclectlc Coltege at Uwta
ton, Malne. The cenaora made the following ap
pototmenta of delegatea : to national aaaoclaUon, W,
F, Templeton, G. II. Gray and .W, K. Balley; to
MaBsachuiie'ta, Geo. C. Waahburne and W. D.
Waller; to New Himpahlre, W. It. Woodward; to
Malne, F, II. Godfrey; to New Vork, W, F, Tem
pleton; to Connecticut, A. D. Ayer. Flve eaay
lata were appolnted for the next meetlng and Dra.
J. M. Templeton, W. F, Templeton and G. II.
Gray, a leglalatlve commlttee.
IIkavkn favora Memortal day. Tbe cause for
whlch men by bundreda of Uhouaanda gave tbelr
llvea waa under Heaven'a guard lanahlp, and
Ileaven glvea auony akldsand "Incenae bieath
lng" daya tor cberlshlng the memory ot the
great aacrlnce. Such a day waa Wedneaday,
shot In between a drenching Tueday and a
ralny Thursday, The day'a obaervancea ln
Montpelier were carrled out ln acoordance with
thft itrAftrrftnved ttlAtifl ftt ttiA (Iranii krtn tvwt
The dry gooda and milllnery storea were appro-
pnauiy arapoa, rrivaie reaiaeucea aupiayea
the atara and atrlpea, and the national colora
fioated Irom prlvate offlcea and publto bulldtnga.
The proceaalon took Ita way tbrough tbe prlncl
pal atreeU of the vtllago to the apeaker'a atand,
ernorPlngreedellvered hla addreas. The ipeaker
reviewea tne ptaceful acenea tbat relgned In thta
land twentv-twn TAitru flf a .r...iJa
and ooititernatton the great rebelllon produccd,
ana tue aeveiopmout of jiatrlotlam lnto a purpoae
that became terrtble. The outcome ot the great
conltlct waa the deatructton of alayery and A Na
tional UDltV bq flrmlv ncmfintAd i,..v
of dtaunton hta not alnce been whlaiered even.
followed, and falth ln man'a capaclty for self
governinent beglna a new era of unahaken extHt- '
enc, Our crowded coluinna preclude an ex
tended abatract. The general tone of tlie ad.
dreaa. ho far aa It coitld be beard, waa aot ea
peclatly dlffercnt from many whlcb have been
epoken here on former oocabIods. It a Memortal
day dlccoursa la to f crve any practlcal pnrpoae,
lt abonld bo dellvered under clrcumstancea whlch
wllladm'tof Ita belng heard. The fattgue and
dlacomfottof etandlng durlng the dellveryofa
long addreaf), the notse tncldent to an out-of-door
aflembly, and the numeroua dlfllcnlttea ln
tbe way of llfltenlng toan open-fltr apeech dfeter
many people from attendlng, and, to a great ex
tent, mako tho addresa a aort ot dumb ahow
CaptUl Ilall wlP rcat comforUbly teveral hun
dred people many ttmea aa many llatenera aa
try togefwltMn rangeof the apeaker'a rolce ln
the open atr. Many wlll go there who wlll ahnn
an out-of-door atand.
Im the Watchman ot Aprll 11th appeared aome
pleaaant ltnoa entltled ' Hobtn Hedbreast," con
trtbuted by a pouthern lady who, tweoty-tlirce
yeara ago, waa a Cabot gtrl. The lloes were aug
geated by the departure for the North of the roblna
about hor home ln central Goorgla, and weroan
exhoiUtlon to them to aeek for neHt-bulldlng
a row of maplea In the door yard of her old home
ln Cabot; assurlngthe btrda of the proteclton of
tho "graybatrod alre" and "hta dame," the
wotthy parenta of the wrlter, for wbom tlie verscs
were lntended m a pleAaant aurprlae. ln tbe
Watchman of May 9th waa a bappy " Iteply" to
robln redbreaat who Beeras, bowever, to have mts
taken the polnta of the compaaa and to have
brought up In the maplea about the home of H K.
R. C.,M ln Lunenburg, whero the wanderera bad
becorae very pleaaantly domtctled. A recent prl
vato letter from " Kobln lEedbroaat'a" counvellor,
whoae home beara the Baggestlve tltle of " Glen
wood Farm," contatna many itema of general ln
terest, and alao forclbly conveya an Idoa ot the
wido range of cllmate embraced wtthtn the bonn
darlea ot the Unltod Statea. " Tt haa been twenty
three yeara," saya the wrlter under date ot May
18th, 'alnce I left Vermont for another home, but
I atlll bave a longlng for my natlve stAte In aprlng,
and fancy the 'augar place' all It used to be to
a romptng rhlld. Your paper of Aprll 11th, bow
ever, came Hke a anow atorm tocool my longinga.
We were havlng atrawberrteti, pe.ia and new po
tatooa, and I could not Teallze that three feet of
anowlayon my natlve hllla. It I abonld wrtte
anythtng now lt would be ot farmtng. 1 have
just taken a long rlde to the cotton fielda, where
the women and chlldren were followtng aftcr the
plowa, wlth lioea. But cotton la a amall Item at
Glenwood Farm. It Uthe dover and theorchard
graaa that deltght the good man, and the wagona
are btiay baullng lt Into the barn, cut In bloom,
and aa pretty aa a field ot rose. The barley baa
been harveated and we commenced ff cdlng oata
toay (In the bundle). Our butter aelta tn Au
gusta for flfty centa per pound, and la mucb moie
profitable than wrttlng lndlfferent veraea. I waa
much lnterested In the Watchman, It la an ad
mlrable famlly paper, and I recogntzed many fa
mtllar name a. Waa aurprlaed to nottco " Iabor"
bo hlgh and " butter low.M Waa alfo lnterested
ln the editortal on the negro queatton. After ltv
tng in tbe South twelve yeara, I confeaa I cannot
understand the race, though our relatlona wlth
them have always beon harmonloua."
Colomel K.STKV and famlly of Brattleboro sall
for Kurope next week.
C. S. FomiKH of the Boston Journal haa juet
returned from a trtp to Chlcago.
S. M. Fikld, the Newi-ort countertetter, baa
forfelted hta ball, and cleared out.
C. S. Palmku, q.t of Jericho baa returned to
Yankton, Dakota, taking wlth hlm hla famlly.
Mtt. Si'AuuiN(i, who waa lnjured In the accl
dent at Kaat GranWlle, ta now In a condltlon to
Tiiomas Buck, tho engtneerwhowaa aomewhat
lnjured ln the acctdent at Ki8t Granville, la on
Uon. KuwAiu Seimouk of Vergennea haa bo
far tmproved tn healthaato be able to rldo out
FitAMC Plhm i.k v, foq , of Northfield la to de-
llver tho addrOFS at the cloje of the Normal achool
Mh. C. F. Benjamin, wbo haa for forty-two
yeara sungln the church at South Woodtock,
died May 221.
Wahken C. FiiKNCn, Jr., ot Woodatocl; and
Charlea II. Mason ot Iioyalton bave been admltted
to the Windsor county bar.
Hev. Chauluh IliiuaitD, paator of the Middle
bury Baptlat cburch, haa restgned hla pastorate
owlog to conttnued ilt health.
Cor.onEL IIookeu ctaima that he had more
ladloa ln hta audlence at Arlington than any other
Decoratlon day orator In Vermont.
Phksidkkt Bi'CKiiAM of Burlington will preach
tbouernmu Ixloro tho graduallng claaa at Ando
ver Theologtcal Semlnary noxt Sunday.
Hon. IIilam) IIaix, who la now elghtyetght
yeara ot age, haa returned to North Bennington
from hla wlnter a sojourn In Sprlng fleld, Masa,
Jui.iua G. Fassktt, a promtnent hardare
dealerof Bethel, died Wedneaday of meningltta
and b!ood-poUonIng, due to an Internalabscesa at
the base ot the braln.
Miw. S. II. Uoweix of Uandolph won the sec
ond prtze oltered by the Itural Xcw Yorker for
the bent artlcle on the aubject of " Dlnlug In the
Old Ttmea and New,"
Major Vai.entine, department commander,
and A, P, Chllda, stato delegate, of Bennington,
wlll attend the National Kocampment G. A. It.,
next July ln Denver, Colorado.
Da. C. W. B, Kihdek was appolnted by tho
Vermont Medical Soclety a delegate to attend the
meetlng of the American Medical Aasoclation to
be held at Cleveland, llhlo, June Cth, Gtb, 7th
V.x-GovKiiNOu IIouack FAiKiiANua waa prca
ent by Invtutton at the openlng of the great
btldge between New York and Brooklyn, and
afterwarda attended the reception at Knglneer
D. W. Aiken, formerly of Hardwick, la vtrlt
Ing frlenda in that vlclnity, Mr. Alken la located
In Louialana wlth Adaroa Kellogg who formerly
waa ln trade In Montpelier ln the atore now occu
pted by W, K. Adama.
J. W. Buock of Montpelier, General W. W.
Henry ot Burlington and John Bruce, Jr., of
Worceater, Maas., started Monday on a fishlng
trlp. Thelr field of operatlona la almost one bun
dred mllea beyond St. Leon Sprlnga and far be
yond any habltatlon.
Hev. Ciiuitca Jaihdh, wbo waa recently aa-
algned to the pastorate of tbe Methodlat church
In Uichford, wlll be unable to take the charge on
accountof tho contlnued 111-heAtth of hta wtfe,
Ihey wlll probably go to Dakota, Mra. Tabor
graduated at the semlnary la thta vlllage ln tbe
claaa ot 1880.
Stbi'hkn Chask ot Toiham U cloaely verglng
on a centenarian, belng nlnety-nlne yeara of age
Aprll 8th, He waa born at Newbury and for
merly realded in Groton. He now reutdea wl b
Warren Bowen, who marrled hla granddaughter,
at Topsham, Heperved three yeara In the lievo-
luttonary war, for whlch be recelvea apenalon.
State Aupitoh Powkll baa started wlth a
apan ot horaea and carrlage to make a tour ot tbe
atate on buslnesa connected wlth bla oftlce, Ile
la accomilned by Mra. Powell, and wlll vlalt
Chittenden, AddlaoiKutland, Windham, Wind
sor, Orange, Caledonia, Lamoille and Fianklln
oounttea on the trlp, whlch wlll occupy aeveral
Uacxk James Boauuuan, an old, eccentrtc clt
Izen of Bennington, and qulte wldely knowo, ln
alata that under the atatutea ot Vermont hehaa
been adj-idged lnaane. He wu once an Inmate
ot the Brattleboro aaylum, and waa dtacharged
becauaeof aanlty; ttlll he often appeara to Dr.
Dnper demandlng admlaslon under the law, and
borea the local autboittlea for pauporU to tbe
SAti.T. Mra. Kuntce A.Saultdled atthehouse
otherfatherla Itocheater laat Thursday morn
lng. She waa well known and blghly esteemod
by many ln thia vlllage aad waa a slater of Mra.
A. a Ilarlow, We take the following from
the btewnyer ; "The deathof Eunlce A. Moaher,
wlfe of Mr. J. W. Sault, aastsUnt edltor of the
MessciKjcr, though long expected, wlll carry aor
row to many hoarta, Itoccurred at the lealdence
of ber father In Uocheater, Wlndaor county. at
ulne o'clock on Thursday mornlng, May 31, She
waa the yonngest daugbter of V, T. Moaher, a
respected cttlzen ot the town, and waa twenty
etght yeara of age. After ber jnarrtage to Mr.
Sault In Peceruber, J87'., he apent aeveral
montha ln St. Albana, whero she made many
frlenda. Her long lllnew began fourteen montha
ago wlth a complfcatlon ot maladlea and terml
nated ln conaamptloa. For aeveral montha lt
waa hoped by her frlenda that her vtgoroua con
atitutlou would bilng her aafely through. butlt
bcame apparent a few weeka ago tkattheheat
medical aklll and most tender care could not
atrtngthen the fadtng llfe. She bore her long
elckoertd aud nutTerlng wlth remarkable foitltude
and restgnatlon and at the laat waa reconclled to
herfate. Her buaband and tbelr onlychlld a
aon twonty moatha old, too 'young to reallze the
loaa of a mother wlll have the heartfelt iyrap4
thy ot a large clrcle of frlenda tn thetr bereave
ment. Thefuneral waa boid ln Itocheater liat
SeminaiivHii.u Tbe base-ball club went to
Barre last Saturday and defeated theclub of that
place bya acoreol thlrty to fourteen.,,,,A raoot
murder trlal wlll take the place ot the regular ly
ceom next Frlday evenlng.
Tnu Lincoln lron company at Rutland baa
elected Itedrletd Proctor prealdent, Kockwood
Barrett clerk and treasurer, and W, A. Patrtck
Stephen II. Colby la rnnnlng Kugene Itand'a
tratn aa cnnductor on the Wella Ulver road,
Mr. Rand belng on a vacatton Mr. Ingram,
formoily clerk of the Ameilcan Houae, bas
b'on very terloualy 111 for aome daya, but la
able to be about ag&ln...... Frank Cave im
taken tho pUce of oneot the clerka In the post-
oulco who la on a vacatlon for a few weeka
The chlldren of Thomaa II, Cave, who have beon
fick wlth the mearlf, bavo all recover ed...,.
Hflttte. danghterot Mra. O. IC Catiatle, la qnlte
alck wlth lhe meaalea. . .Ira Doty of Bradford, la
on a vlslt to hla danghter, Mra. F. A. Carter..,,,
The Frccmah aaya tbat "tho aelectmen have or
dered that hereatter both front, atde. and back
doora of aaloona, etc, munt be cloaed at 10:30
o'clock, v. m.( oach day and all day Sunday, and
not to be opened before G o'clock ot alt." Now
whv not order them to bo cloaed from 0 A. m, to
10 :t0 r, m7, , , Our former htgbly esteemod townr -man,
Charlea A. Keed, accompanlod lyr hla
mother-ln-law, Mra, O. II. Smlth, baa been ln
town tor tbe past week nnd haa received many
hearty greetlnga, Ile and hla famlly have been
greatfy mtoaed alnce thelr removaf from thia
place. Mr. Keed wlll return to hla wetera homo
next week, but Mra. Smlth will remaln dutlngthe
fammer...(.Mri. B. M. Clatk leavea to-day for
Maqnachiiftetta where ahe wlll apend the aummer
vNttlog frlenda Ueva. J, II. Iltockaand A. D.
Barber are attendlng the county conferenceat
Plainfield K. N. Scovllle waa In Boatonlast
week..Some of theladlea have begun aketch
Ing from nature, under the dlrectton of J, F, Gil
man Hev, J. lt. Bnrtlett of Barre prcAched at
Trlnlty church laat Sunday ln exchange with
Uov. 1). V, Mlller..,..&Ira. C. D. Mather returned
Monday. havlng been away about two montha,
A. G. Trulan, the efllcient telegraph opera
tor, la away foratwoor three weeka' vacatton.
Theplugwaa aent on tn advance. Hla place at
theofllce U filled by S. h Dewlngof St. Johna
bury K. W. Thompnon waa In town over Sun
day Lnst Saturday Conductor McAIllster took
hta firat rlde on the cara alnce theacctdent, He
rode to the Junrtlon to vlew the tcene of the dfa
aater..t.C. L. Smlth la to erect a houae on hta
loton Barre street...,,llon. John A. Page, Mra.
Page, Mra. Carloa Bancroft and F. W. Bincroft,
reached home Saturday mornlng. Thoy have
been gone about aeven montha most ot whlch
tlroehas been apent In Callfornta... Dr. C. M.
Chandter la credtttd wlth havlng received a pen
Blon wlth arreara of $1,0C0. . . , . " Chlldren'a day "
wlll bo obaerved next Sunday at Trlnlty cburch.
Sermon to the chlldren tn the mornlng and con
certln the eventng.,.,. Thomaa Glabon, foreman
ot the wood room at the rab ahop, baa moved Into
the Dr. Pell house Wllliam McGowan baa re
turned from Marlboro, Mats., and la at work for
Arthur Allen..,,.A. O. Curamlna and hla aon
Itnrt, and D. W. Dudtey and wife started for the
West Monday,. , Charlle McGlolllln waa arreated
Saturday nlght by Pollceman Ordway for intoxt
catton and spent Sunday In qulet medttatlonnt
theconler. Monday he waa brought before Jua
tlceCUrk and Grand Juror Kemp and pald fine
and costs amountlng to SO 53, He dlacloaed on a
French gypny Miaa Carrle O. Clark who lcft
here In October, and haanpenttho wlnter ln St.
PauI, M lon., U now teachlng In Detrolt. . . . George
Colby and Kd Scott went to Marshfield Monday
on a tiahlng trlp A plke wetgblng four pound a
waa taken from Berlin pond laat SuDday.,,,.F.
U. Dawley apraloed hta Inatep laat Thursday and
waa unable to walk foracouplo of daya M,
M. French brought home a trout from Greens
boro Monday whlch weighed three and one-fonrth
pounds. He rold It to F, U. Stevena Frank
Felthad a smashup In the cemetery last Satur
day and J. V. Morrow took the reraatoa of the
buggy home In hla expreaa wagon...,, Wllliam
Perrfn who haa been wttb IC u. Hyde went to
Chlcago laH week to rematn permanently
Fred K. Smlth haa begun tho work of temodellng
hla atand of bulIdingH. Ile wlll put a mamuird
roof on the house and otherwlae Improve Ita ap-
pearance Froeman Blxbyand hla aon dropped
llio Hne In Washington Saturday and brought
home two hundred and alxty trout. Thetotnl
wetght waa thlrteen pounds..,. .Paul Ulveraat
tempted to ahoot a )oon up the rlver Sunday when
the gun burat ln hta handa, shatterlng the barrel
and stock, but fortunately dld not Injure hlm.
Hecamedown to the vlllage, procured another
gun and bagged the game J. F. IIuj-o, tho
meat man, will move Into tho Frank Klker house
atthelower end of State atreet John Hub-
bard atarta to-day for Poitland, Me., where he
wlll joln a party who are golng back Into the
wordi ona fishlng and huntlng expedltloo
L. B. Huntington la gradually gettlug the better
of the rbeumatlam. ,,YA Uoleau'a Infant daugh-
tor la slck wlth the raeaalea Bya recent ar-
raneement the New York mall now reAphnn hnrn
at elght o'clock r. m, ao that New York mornlng'
rapers can ue receivea nere in uie evemng
The cholr and organlat of Bethany church will go
to Barre to aing next Sunday S. S. Towner
haa gone on to the road agaln aa traveling salea
man and Mra. Towner haa gone to the aeaahore
for the Bummer W. L. Woodbury waa In
town over Sundav and sarir at Betbanv church.
....Uev. J. J. Lewis of Bolton waa uuabletobe
here last Sundav na announced and Uev. W. M.
Klmmell of Barre preached at the Church of tho
Messiah Kugene Lavtotette and wlfe cele-
Draiea ineir suver weading Monday Jarues
Culten, a machlnlat at tbe cap ahop, haa moved
Into the house onTerra.ce atreet formerlv ormi.
piedby John Thurston Mrs. Chester Doten
died yesterday forenoon at her reeldence on
Middlesex atreet K II, Alleris able tobe out
agaln Misa Flora Leland atarta next Monday
iur mitMBitcuusBits uuu VAJnoeciicui on n visil
came angry at John Hardigan'a boy for mockfng
htm and threw a fire ahovel at htm, intlictlng
qulte a gaah on hla bead. Carter waa arreated on
complatnt of Ilardlgan and gave ball for hta ap
pearance at the hearlng, whlch waa aet for Mon
day but postponed aa tho boy waa nnt able to be
present.w...Iv. J. II. Hincka wilt attend the
annlveraaiy exerrlea t Andover Theologtcal
Semlnary uext w ck. . . .The atranger w ho waa ar
reated by James Flnn last week gave the name ot
Itobert Odwald. He waa flned $5 and costs whlcb
hepald Mr. and Mra. A. C. Harlow went to
Uocheater last week, bclog called there by the
death of Mre. Harlow'a sister. Mra. J. W. Sault.
....II. Faleaand wlte take thelr vacatton thta
week. iroloz to Woodstock bv the wav nf Pltta.
field. Dexter Moody and wife ofllclate In thelr
placea at the BUbop hotet,,..Dos't forget tho
llag aoctable glven by the Young Ladlea' Temper
anco Unlon, at the veMry otthe Church ot the
Mesalah, thta (Wedneaday) evenlng. Go and bco
wuu geia iuo nag.
Washington. The ladlea mtte aoclety met
last weea witu ura. jonn ij&iei. ima aociety
waa organtzed aboot six yaraagoand although
started aa atnite aoctetv lt haa now become a
mlghty aoctety. It not only baa conslderable
money at Interest, but baa purchased a great
many booka for tbe Sunday-fchoot and, when all
other means have falled, haa belped hlre the ts
tor...,Mra. John Kdgertonof Boston baaarrived
at IUndolph en route for thta place to apend the
eummer. . . . a lumy oi our young peopie went to
Berlin rond Saturday on a fiahlDe; excuraton.
They brought home qulte a number of the apeckled
oeauiiea. uue young iaay cangut twcniy-one.
....Mra. Thanktul Tavlor on her etehtv-aecond
btrtbday walked from her home to the home ot
her ilater, Mra, KlijtiuTaylor, a dtstance of about
uau a mue ana aiter sienaing a lew noura,
walked back John Dickev'a dauzhter. Kmma.
la dangerously 111 wlth dysentery. ... A number of
our peopie are preparing to attena tne conven
tion at Plainfield this week Mr. T. F. S.
Thurber and Wayland White are choaen jurymen
ior io is term oi conniy court. a gooa seiecuon,
Oranob Tbeaelectmen bave rendered thelr
declslon relatlve to the dlvtston of dlstrlct No. 2,
whlcb haa been ao lone pendlne. Tnev have
granted the petttlonera thelr request and have or
ganlzed another distrtct, to be called No. 0. It
consista, wun sugntHraitaiionsana moaincatiens,
ot the orlglnal dlstrlct. formerlv called No. G.
whlch became a nart ot No. '1 aeveral veara aluce.
lt waa evldent from the firat tbat nothfng partlaan
or peraonal would aftect the declslon, which, lt Is
hoped, wlll be beartlty endorsed bjall lnterested.
No. Glagladly welcomed back to the old famlly
of dlatrlcta, maklng the wbole number, ten, now
compiete.,,.iieuien v, unia, wiio ior aeveral
montliB past baa been canvaaslng in North Car
olina, baa returned home. ...Mra. F. D. Cofilnand
famlly bave removed to thia place, where they
will Drobabtv reslde tlll Mr. Cofllu'a return from
the South. , , ,The schoolhouBe In dlstrlct No. 'J re-
joicea in a incat becomlDg coatol palnt.
Ciuktphukv. Profefaor Henderaon of Burltnc-
ton, formerly precentor of North Craftsbury ac-
aaemy, ia stoppiug in ujwu ior a lew aaya. ...
Tbe Grand Army Post In thta town now numbera
nearly thlrty membera and ia in nne woralng or
der Ho a e Kanaom la In very noor health.
Ile ia confined to the house the most of the time.
....Wllliam Merrlll, who baa been alck for aome
time, la alowly lmprovlng Mr. Carlton Udall
ia lmprovlng, and Miaa Kuna Chllda ia about tho
aame Mra. Vyiley and Mra. Kandall, who died
May IWth, were atsteri. Funoral aervtcea were
held at the realdence of Mr. Wlley on the li'Jd, Uev.
Mr. Dutton ottlctatlng Dr. Corey baa ao far
regalned hia health that he la oontemplatlng a
trip YVet the comtng aummer, He la about our
aireeuaany jonn aimpson oi new loric ia
in town Ylstttng frlenda. He ia the aon of J, W.
Mmpson oi luiat Uraitabury,
Guanviixe The cheese factoryla run agaln
thia aeaaon by D. II. Whltney. ,A number ot the
farmers carry thelr mllk tiblra.,..H. B. Cady
baa moved bla photograpb aaloon to the Ceoter
anaia au reaay io taKe piciurea.,..iue aieui
odlat aociety doea not auccoed very well galnlng
Doaaesslon of the bouse tber have boucht for a
iiaraoQage, aa lt U ocoupted by a tenant that don't
llketobedrlvencut; aoourpastur atlll livea In
Middlesex.,,, Flahermen are plentyandfiah are
acaice....Mra. Vlola Billloga of Middlesex, for
merly ot Warreo, la ttachlug acbool ln dUtrict
iiu. u..,,iiHDry .uouaoo naa Decome quiie ra
ttonal, but la aubject to fita..,,J. II, Chadwlck
haa left lUlph's mill and moved to the Center,
He worka ln Wbltney'a mlll....Organ agenta are
trylog to aell thelr warea tn town.
BoxitUHV. W. IC Smlth and famlly gave gone
to Hlll, N. H where Mr, Smlth haa necured tbe
altuatlonot foreman for the novelty tool manu
facturlng company Frank W. Hall, junlor
uemher otthe J, U. Ilall manufacturing company
havlng accepted the poaitlou of traveling aalea
man for the Springtleld (Masa.) glazed papor
company, haa gone to Chlcago, whlch la to be lhe
future bome of hta famlly, Mr. Ilall atlll retalna
hla interest In the J. G. Ilall company On
Monday Fred Dicklnaon, Charlea Bell, Blrney
Batea and Klljah Keed weBtto Berkahlre where
they have a lumber job, and Henry Kua remuved
bla famlly to Waitsfield J, G. Hall returned
laat Tburaday from hla wlnter aojourn ln Florlda.
....John Fllut baa moved to tue tenement va
cated by Wallaoe Smlth.
Calais Jerome R lowell, late of Duncanuon,
Penn., died at Marahtleld, May 21st, of qulck
conaumptton, aged twenty-elght yeara and ten
montha, He atarted for home, three woeka
prevlouato bla death, In very feeble health and
falled raptdly untll deatb releaaedhlm from hla
aulTerlnga. flla father waa a Boldler ln the Unlon
army and died under very aimllar clrcumstaucea.
....Uev, George K. For bea wlll preach at Kast
Calala next Suuday at eleven o'clock ln the h re
noonand at the old west church atoimnVinrk
KABT ItANIXHJ'll. MImm Ta.rrtA llrrlk
laat Frlday. The f uneral aervlcea were held at
thU place Sunday afternoon, Uev, S. A, Parker
oltu-latlug.,,.Mlaa Clara J, Dlckerman. who la
teachlng on Ogood hlll haa been obliged to cloae
her achool and go to take careot ber abter, Mra.
Joslah PUkln, of Clielnea, who lt la though t can
not llve Ioug..,.Ilerbert Glbaon haa left A. P.
Osgood'a f , .TA, FUU baa hired Charlie DafUe.
Tho lAmoillA Cnu ntv Conirreeatlonallatj hold
pi two-daya meetlng lu tbla place Tneaday and
ueanesaay oi mia weeK air. a. j, jjmson
mourna the loaa of a very valuable cow, Ile aays
he wonldn't bave taken 8100 tor her, Mr, Geo,
Wllklna alao haa loat a cow from the aaraedla
eaae pleuro-pneumoula.,,,,IUv. Mr. Ktlburn
could not meet hla appotntment at the "West
Branch" last Sunday on acconnt of belng called
to Elmore to attend the tuneral servlcea ot a Mra.
Bedell, Kev. Mr, Anderaon eiipplled for hlm.
....Mr. Alanaon Burke haa aold hla ttlace to
Warren Atklna and baa gone to board wlth John
Clark Howard Thomaa Intenda to atatt
agaln for the West next week, hopfng to be able
to reach bla destlnatton wlth out any more rall
road colllslona Mr, Stllea Ia rejolctng over the
fact of hla recelvlng a pennlon ot $2,200, Inclndlng
back pay V, P. Macutchan occuples the
Methodtat paraonage thta year. It waa left wlth
out a, famlly, the new mlnlster belng an nn mar
rled man The new town safe arrlved one day
last week. Ita wetght Ia forty-elght hundred
poitnda The Good Templara lodge la raptdly
iDcreaslng In membera. Ijut Saturday evenlng
elx were Inltlated nnd aeven or elght namea pro
poscd for memberahlp. Thia week there Ia to be
Adkcusalon Mra. George K. Smtth of Plain
field la vlattlng for a'few weeka at ber f ather'a In
thia town. ...Mlaa Annle Wllklna, who came
home from Burlington, alck, a fow daya ago, bas
ao far recovered that ahe haa rldden out a few
tlmea.,,,,Tueadav evenlng Mra. George Wllklna
ot thia town dellvered n temperance addreca
isniiarena aay ia 10 ne ooservea ai tne ueiooatst
church next Sunday by approprlate exerclaea and
decoratlona,...The felon eplaemlo la raglng to
aomeextent In town...,.Memorlal daywaaob
aerved wlth unuaual Interest. It belng a perfect
day, a large number of people aaafimbled on that
occaaton. In the forenoon the West Branch yard
ana me oia Durying grouna ai tne vniage
wero vlatted. Dlnner waa aerved at the town
hatl, after whlch Colonel Walker ot Kntland ad
dreised a crowded houae at the Unlty church, ln
a very InUreattng and Instructlve manner,
Then a large processlon formed and marched to
the upper cemetery, where the aoldlera' gravea
Vital Statistic3. It ta ahown bv the renort
of health board a and other anthorized bodiea
that dlaeaaea ot the kldneya and bladder are
largely on the Increaae; a ead fact dae perhapn to
the foolish hablt of drinklug lager beer and other
llquora, wlthout knowlng what they are made of,
U there a remedy? Dectdedly yea. Firttt atop
drlnklng. Second, use Hunt'a Itemedy a potent
and unfalllng apeclfic for kldney, bladder, liver
and urtnary complalnta. Hunt a Itemedy, the
great ktdney and liver medlclne, Ia endoraed by
TiMitEitcovera about two-thlrda of North Caro-
llna; Mlastaalppl haa aomo twenty mllllonacrea
ot lt; Loulalana, filteen mllllon; Texas a great
MoTHERa Don't Know. How manv chlldren
are nunlahcd for belni? itncouth. wllfnll. and ln-
jllfferent to Instructlons or rewarda, elmply be-
caue mey are oui oi neaiini An inteingent iaay
aald otachlld of thia klnd: "Mothera ehould
kt o that If they would glve the little onea mod
erate doaes of IIop Blttera for two or three weeka,
the chlldren would be all a parent could dealre."
Thk Ensllsh are to-dav the nation whose dreaa
controla the hablta of theclvlllzed world, jaataa
the French were 100 yeara ago, the ItaltanaZOO
yeara ago, the Spantarda 300 yeara ago. and a lit-
iie euiuer eaice.
L1No famllv dvea were everio mnnlaraa
the Diamond Dyea. They never fall. The black
ia mr auperior to logwooa. Any coior ten centa,
" Brciiu-i'AiiiA." Qulck, complete cure, all an
noylng Kldney and Urlnary Dlaeaaea. 31.
Thk unlveraal veidlpt. ' Thn Ifan PlnAtrr 1 thn
oest poroua piaater over maae." uniy twenty-
KKFrallthe commandmenta and be bappy by
Sold by C. Blakeley, Montpelier, Vt.
" Dr. Ttcnson'g Sk in Cure eradlmtnl tnv nlnu
j'ttn. mty wc loorearc oui conunuaug. aieve
DON'T DiH IN TIIK Ilnnnit ItnutFli nn Ttftta 1
cleara out rat, mlce, flies, roachea, bcd-buga. 15c.
Cukk YounflEi.F. Don't pay large doctor'a
bllla. The best Medical book publlahed, 100
Iagca, eiegant coiorea piates, wlll be Bent you on
recetpt of two tbree-cent atamps to pay poatage.
iiuuiess a, r. uraway a uj., uoaion, maas.
Dk. C. W. BENsoN'sCelervandChamomltePIlla
are prepared expreasly to cure and wlll cure
iieaaacne oi au kinds, neuraigla, nervouaneaa
ana ayspepsia. iTovea ana enaorsea Dypny
"An Irrepresaable confilct" waa waged be
tween nature and beart dlsease prlor to the dta
covery ot Dr, Gravea' Heart Kegulator, acme
thlrty yeara ago. That confilct haa slnce been an
unequai one, tne diioaeo yieidtng to tue remedy
m evory lusiuace.
SkinnyMen. "Wella Health Benewer" reatores
neaitn and vlgor, curea Dyspepsla, Impotence. Sl.
Ben Johnson, the celebrated Koellsh Dlav
wrlter, aald, " to speak, and to apeak well, are
two thlncfl." Tbe natrona of Wheat RltterM all
comb!ne thladltllcult attribute. They apeak nnt-
lurmiy wBn oi uie curea wnicu aitena tne use oi
tne Ditters. nave you trled them, reader7
Fou eluefrlsh Itowela. torDld liver. lndtirestloD
bAd breath, llatulence, aick headacbe, Ayer's Ca-
Limruc i'ltia are mo ceriain remeay, uy iana or
ai sca, out on ine prainea or in tne crowaea cuy,
in ey are tue ucst piu ior purgauve purposes,
every where allke convenlent, efllcacloua and safe,
Thk Commanderin-Chlef of the Grand Army
of the Uepubllc, Major George S. Merrlll. Few
remedfea are bctter known ln thta vlclnity than
SulDhur Blttera. thetr sale haa been very seneral
throughout thia aectlon, and the number of re
llable and well attested casea of beneficlal reaulta
and recovery by thetr uae la large and beyond
Flies, roaches, anta, bed-buga, rata, mlce, crows,
cuipmunKH, cieureu out Dy -uougu on itau. ioc.
When baby haa patna at dead of ntght,
Mother Ina frlght, father lna pltght;
When worma do btte, baby must cry,
lt fever seta In, baby may dte.
It croupy patna klll Leonoza,
In that houae there'a no Caatorla,
For motbera learn wlthout delay,
Castorla curea by nlgbt and day.
Hoou'h SAiuApAitiLLA Ia deslgned to meet the
wanta ot those who need a medlclne to bulld them
up. Eive them an BDDetlte. tmrifv thelr blood. and
ofl up the machtnery ot thelr bodiea. No other
arucie taaea uoia oi tne ayatem ana mu exacuy
tbe apot like Ilood'a Sarsaparilla. It worka llke
magic, reach ing every jart of the burnan body
through the blood, givlng to all renewed llfe and
onorgy, une aoiiar a bottie; aix ior ta.
WATERHURV.-Th butter mmrket wti lower UoaiUjr
F'rtiirB Uitak Hie prlce re too low, od wlll hold tbelr
tiitttertorritgiierp!l-i. Hutler la tubt aold at 17l8o V
W750 V builtel,
RICUMOSD.-TL. market wu not qulta u Ilvelr M
uiuiit.owliiiitottie rhtu ln the mnrnlDif. 1'rlcM ktutu
lnt v,t)k. liuttTMldat lSffiJlo lt fti chseM, IQX&HHo
lioldlnjt tbflr butier iuul' ara pUclng lt la Couut'i colj
PEACHAM.-Th recelpt at VlUUui Rlcker Jt Soo'i
inarket ere 77cm antf 14 tubs ot butter, MX) doxea ol
eftgi, tli poumli or poultry, 10 bngi, 6 ctU, IS c1vh.
1'ricea ild t Hutter la cttea, lTCJ.'lo V Tb, and la tubt,
lifl.Wi mm. liic V dozent iwultry, IVOtlu )t ftj bogi,
mmui, a uuni) vvuvwi avmw ft wuiuei.
IJTcalrwt.SIUiiibi, 16 cattlti, 1,473 Kuoda ot ioullrr. iii
ditutn or fSi, 'il tiftvkBgai of butter. QuoUtlonit Ilotfi,
b,'n 11 fb; cWt, iHo IM ImmU.bcV tbi mUub
ouwa,tUWwcbi beua, lO&lV ftj turkeyi, Uai3o)l
Ihl iliti'kt-nl. 'ISo 1 tbi wm. Hfftl.'Hi t douiini Tn.tlr.
lb&10a V tb. foulirr U dwllnUnj. Lblckem wpeOAlly, u
tggi flrm and ln good deauutd.
Boston Produoo nndl'roTlsIoa Market.
&1EAL. Eto. Corn duI mIIi at SI.10 barre!, rj flaur
uid b&l.Hl H baxral for cut.
UQS. Tba market oonUnuea itrong. Ws qaoll freh
DtrbT eutera at ItM, (mb Vermont aad New uuupabira
ftt 180hM, and rreah woelrn at U0la)o V doian.
H A Y. The demand ooDUnnea tteadr. 1'rlcea are tbe iuu.
Wequota priiae bay at flBOiy, medlutu and ontlaaryftl
154JI7, poor ai f Uait, witU vwtara swale al V toa.
C11EE.SE. Tbe roarkcl bu ruled moderatelv fccttve, aod
Erlnea are lower. We quot good to cbolcn t U&liiio.Uit
igoodat lUllo,md ootutuoa t V lb ftouoruing to
HEANS. Th market tt very itrong, and prlcetare Orm
and UDRltknged. f u bmni are wltlng at ii vm2 tt3, ftoourd
lna toquftliw, lmprove.1 Tellow tyee at ti.WjJ W, and tted
1'OTATOEU. Tbe tufcrkpi liu ruled Try qulet, aod
tba km U nUwr etuy, vtorUiera and klatue oenUftl
KomhU at 7.), Iloultou atd AnKMtook Rom at 8oao,
1'rollflM at 7UQ7&0, I'twrlwa at 7U7ftc, WblU tlrtxXt
bte.lturlMUik hwdUng at 7Jo,nd Cbeoaxigoea at 6Ai7o
11UTTEH. The market hai oontlnued ilMdf for reall
clioloe uew butter, ''Uiber gradtw are lower. WeuuoUcbuloa
irauuuw wwuira cnwuterT ai 1 1 uo, guoa u cooioa rmn
made weaUirn creamerr at 2(lilo, ladle-packetl at Httlio,
fair u good at lOQISo, frwh uurtbura creauierlee at H&tie,
frtwb Kew York Jalr at aotjilc, fnwh Vermont dairr al
2UO JlO (faucy blgUerj, fair to good ftt WQ'Jlo V tt.
Ure Stock Market.
Tb following U a. telegTapblo report or tbe Ure atook
market at Watertown ftod Orlbtoa (or tba weefc ftDdliii
TiueUr. June i. 1
At market um week ,7w 10.044 9,800 1,611
" laat week....,.,, ,HK4 T,l ll.lOi l,Wt7
" oue rear ago.,.. 2,7ttf I1.MU 1.TB7
FRICES Eitrafat and bdarv nnunlam oien.EX Otitl tt 7ii
Dnt quaUty, $7.0007.71 eooad qualliy, Il.00ntt7ii tbnd
qualltr, WlttT.li per 1W Qi oo toUl welgbt of bitie, Ullow
aud drenaed lwf. A few oboloe tinl valrt, il.il V ewt.
Ualli. eto tt aaatO. Worklng ozea, ilUOAJvt 4 ualr, or
aooordlnf to thelr value fta beef. ttteara, 7AOIi& MOch
oowi, tiU.OOOMOi eztra good, IMiKHJtilW. wlth or wiin
oqI oaivtM, aa maj beagnwdi tarrow aodordljianr.llR Oca
O00i tbree-feftxolda. .Wlt.0O. Bbeep, )01'ci ei
tr bttTJ.o ft or I) 0u7 W V head. Uiuba, Bfalte
VB. Hl.anl iiti, OOftOuo H Ib. HhotM, wboleaale, Ml
retall, Oauoo it Ib. at butfi. 708o W D. Nortbera
dtetwed Luga, tl;aH.'o V ft. VeaioaJvoi, IOio V &.
WrVhioa htdea, bl,ttl4ct ooantrr loU, t7o. calfvklui,
l.'ttl'iJ.o ft. Iwlo, 4l,7o ft oountrv, iXQWc.
t'eiu with wool od, 'Aiioo eaobt ooaulrr loU,
l.aiub sklua, KKgtUo eacb. Dairy iklna, IStJSOo each.
ltKMAKKKH.-We fiud full 1.000 luea catUa on tha
market thau laHt week. 'lbe northern run waa verr llgbt,
aad Uie range ou mot of Uie oieu on aale wai BttKtiO V tt,
UreMaed. W e beard of V'e V B belng ild furoaljoue
jialr and tbuM wera rxulljr tholce. The altuatlon doea
nut louk 9rj flaltertog to tbe dealera uoloie caiUe are
boughtlwalutlieoounlry. Tlu) wwilera arrlvM laeioel
leut Itiwb ILU we-k, L'aflle are oertalnlr uo liluher and Uia
general oinulon of ttioae ln lbe caltle builuuaa u tbat raUa
are a little eanler, Tber were taloa of ali wnatero iteera,
averageliiO tbi. at ?o, iii, arerag l0 tbi, ataLo,
Vlb.fourtwaiteera.weigbtug IK.WW ttl, at Sti.TO Vowt,
ltve,Us,average 1,U)T Ibi.alSo V tb, llllaioowi were
ln mwlerale aupply 'lbere vtom Lul few abeep on !.
MaaDutanvwoulabofunolloed. EIt alitv-oound Umba
aold at 10o l tb, and iwentr-lwo eheftred ibeeii, average
lltf 0s.fttM,o)l Ib. l'oultry aold ftt JfQlftO 'ft tt, wlLft
two aud oae-balf toii ftt market.
to MechanlpflirUl. Ua 51, Jnonh Vnnn nA Jir tf
Ma' JJ Ra UBrken and KIIftToartiy,1iotli
I n Soulh Halifai, Uay 2, V. K, Hlre and Emma 0. Pike,
t; nanTlll, Haf 24, Itjron O. Varnnm and
both of Danville.
w'iK.KivT;rS).,h guknn "J
t n nrttlWiv Uit 91. t.nfc ii u-. n... , ...
E. Hcilbnfr, both of Itraltleboro.
ul?,v??t0f,rtJi!'rfW Orton AtftO(xl of Dover and
llatlle It, Jone of Wwt Stratton,
ln Dover. May IS, ItoT. tlerltcrt R. Tlltia and Jexile M,
Cora of Weit DoTer. (Corretted.J
In tlapit I'cmd, Mav 21. frank M. Kelnon of Norton and
Mary K. McClureof Kaxtport, Malne.
In WetConcon1, May 21. Wllliam II, T.rfl of Fllchburg,
Maaa., and Mri. C. Della Htewart of Concord,
tn Castleton. Junel.by Rev. J. 1', Demerllt, Arno 1'ortcr
of Wefltfleld, Maii., and lleten H. Uke ot Cntleton.
t Ia Waterbury, May 30, bv Kev. 8. II. Vf heler, Iiert Man
too of Waterbury and Annle L. Heaver ot Moroiown,
In Marhfleld, May 31.1iy Rey. O, II. Karnorth.Ctiarle
II, Clark of Cabot and Carrle .1. Parker of Mansfield.
The Latest Stylcs
Men's, Hoys and Childrcn's
Men'a Bo'otch Suits, from $6.00 to
12.00; Men'o AU-wool Indlgo Blue
Suits, $8.00; Men's Black Worstod
Dresa Suits, Frock or Sack Conts,
Chlldren'a Kilt Suits, $5.00 to
$10.00; Ohildren's Jorsey Suits,
$3.60 to $6.60; Children's Sallor
Suits, $1.75 to $6.00; Children's
Shirt Waists, Panoy Wool Blouse
Walsts, odd Pants, eto., etc.
Oppowito Conrt IToiim;
Tbe Dftoie U not too preiumlug, altbougb It j t
Sunday-School Song Book.
DdndaT Scholari llke what la brlaht. Imt'lrlnff. trlumtih-
ant, and they Oud lt here. wltb lhe iweeUHt of meet fnunlc,
and ctueedlngly good wordi. A good bock alao for the
prajer or twuiereuce uieeuug.
(35 centa.) Kr Abbey and MnnKer.
As the ConTentlon'neaaon li at liand. 1)1 Uon k Co. call re
newed Attentton to thelr three booki, of qulte uucoinmun
beauty, and well quallfled to lead the brlgUt proueaatou tf
Suaday-acbool SlDgen. They are i
I.IQUT AND LIFK (35 centa) Mclntoeh.
HKACON LIQHT (30 centa)... .Tenney A lioftmao.
IIAMNKK OF VICTOHV. ...35 centa.
"LIGflT ANI 1.1 FK " haa aa extra edltloa la
L Aaracttr flotti, ior taoee wuo use taat noution.
VOUAI. KCIIOKSftl) By Dr. W. O. Perklni.
WKLLKSLKT COLIKOB CUr.T.KCTION (11).
By C, II, Aiorae. Contaln lhe Ut of gruluatlon and other
aongi for rEMALK OlCK, ftnd are excellent Collrge
or evmiaary ooiiwiioni.
Any book inalled for retall prlce.
O. Dltson&Co., -- Boston.
Hf l Dl BflHb Eailflt,
New nnd clegnnt stylos of Spring jjnd Summer
Goods oponing every wcok.
DRESS BOODS DEPARTMENT
This dopnrtmcnt ia full of all tho now stylos of tho season.
Wo woulil raalvo spocial mention of our lino of
BXa&jk Dress Silks!
on nccount of thcir qunlity, aiul also tho priccs at which wo
aro selliug them 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 and 2.00. Wo cau
recommeud thcso Silks with perfect'coiifidcucc, aiul will guar
anteo tlint they cau bo bought at no lcss in Boston or Now
York. A full lino of Ginghams, Cambrics, Sattcens, etc, etc.
Sun Umbrellas & Parasols!
Ladics', Children's and Missos' Qloves and Ilosiery in all tho
now styles, and Ladics' Outsido Garments,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKINGS!
"We aro making an unusual display of Spanish Laces, Chcnillo
Fringcs, and all kinds of Lacc Goods, ltibbons, etc.
Full Line of Cotton Goods
Our Cotton Goods Department is brim full. llrown and
Bleaclied Cotton in all widths; Deniins, Tickings, Drillings,
etc, etc. A full lino of Standard Prints at 5 cents per yard.
Stowe Streot, Waterbury, Yt.
ln Iltttifl, May 31, J, 0. riiMeit, 31.
In Northfield, May 28, l.nlu Eord.9.
ln Ilcnnlngton, May 24, Elljta (loelan, 14.
In Newbury, May 2 Hoirer Eaitman, ffj.
In KL Johniibiiry, May 10, Slmon Ayer, 81.
ln Williamstown, May 23, Anoa Itoyoe, II,
In ftt. Albantt, May 23, A. D. Ilol.lridge, M.
la Lti'Uow, May 27, (Iftorgu II, Itonker, V,
tn llellowi Falli, May 28, Eddy (ltlllgan, i.
In Itennlngton, May 28, Mary MorrlKiey,22.
In Weat ttulland, May 20, Mri. Vaal Ilolt, M.
tn Itridgew ab r, May 23, Mra. riora Daily, 2.
In llellows Palli, May 1, Aa C. Mitfhell. BJ,
ln Johnson, May 21. Mm. Itnnnih J. Mbby,&0.
In Iirattleboro, May 14, Elixabeth ltardell, 74.
In Roulli Wootctoi k, May 1 1, CaMoh Dntton, i
ln Woodfi(o V, May 2ft, Nathan T. Chnnblll, M.
In Wt RutUnd, May 28, Jauea E. Harmon, U.
In WowlFtork, May 29, Wllliam T. Waihburn, C1.
In Wnl Itandolili, Mav 21, Mri. Illl-i Itantiter, 61.
In Kulland. May i Mri. Ellittelli W, Ilnntoon, Sl,
In Honth Woodxtock, May 21, Charlea Prederlck lien
ln Weilmlnoter, May Id, Hanmel A, Adami, formerly of
Wet KAn.lo1j.il, II.
In ralml, Aprll 14, of rnmumrttlon, Mvra h, Knarp,
dftiiabter of Kraoola L. and Elvlra Knapp, 18, tCorrecled.j
In Ilollftiivlllf , May 27. Jolmnte. M n, nnlr aon alio May
I wlll ell at MtblManrtton on Thnraflay, Ptttn
ber !7 1K83, at onso'(.lock,p. tt.,my
Home Farm of 200 Acres
illiintod one mllnaonth of Marshfield vtlliRe.on lhe road
to Mont)'ller. There lia gond niKnr on hardof H(U treea
aml a Kod apple orrbard innirlent for famtly uie. The
lmlMUin are nearly new and In Rood ronitllion. The
houae Ii tnnitie and rat proof, wlth cemented cellar.
(lood eo(t, durabte water runi to Iioiiia anil barni, and
nver fall. Tlio farm I well dtvlded and under ft good
itale of culUvatlon.
Wlll Out Elghty Tona of Hay.
I liave ft rjnanllty of tiark paiture alno for isle. I wonld
llke partltfi nlihlng lo purrhaee, to roine and aee It before
therroiHi are pntlnor liay la cut and ln the barn, and ice
rorthemielri whnt the fann Ii, AIio,ou M'ednea
Uy, Ocr. 3, 1 KH3, ftt one ocl k, r. n.,
A Farm in Woobury, Vt.,
at the head of Went Iona Poml, on the Weit Woodbury
rond leadlng from Ilanlwlrk through WorceitertoMonl
u Her, C'onuini ahout Ulacrei, well dtvlded, Uie mow
lng belng muitly nieadow nnd intervale, and
Cutri Fif toon 'I'onw of Hay,
wlth pftFituraKe, Alaorontatoi atarge aiiortmentof tlm
lier, nnd n younK apple and itmar orrhard. lt Ima two
KoinI harnit lbe hnune wai btirueil two jean aso. Nev
er-ratllnir 10ft waler runi to lhe barni. lloth farm wlll
be volit on eaiy tenni to mlt purcliaiera.
ManbAold, Vt., May 2 1933. m-li
SALEM lEAD C0MPANY7
couodxbs iao oataoxaa or
PURE WHITE LEAD!
AMD UAKCriOTCtlEI Ot
AND NAItKOW SIIEET LEAD.
runi A, now,Trwu. SALKM, MAS8.
Per Gent Net.
Wllhnnt the llulldlnra. Interwt aeint-an-niiAl.
Notblng ever lieen loiti 28th yearof realdenee
and Oth In hiutnPM. Weaiirance Intereatand ctmtn
nnd rfillit In cnMi'nt frtrw.losurB wilbnntmnonM tn
llielender. Ileit nf referenr, Hendfortiarttculari If
you nave iiiouey 10 loan. jr,. ii.iiniiriM iifri dc Kiin,
egut1atori of &lortgage Loans, 8T. I'AIL, Mivm
(rieaie mentlon thbi paper,
Tho town nnd itare arbool tax bllli, on lhe Orand
I,tt of 19S3 of the town of Calais havluif been dapoilted
wttli thn town treaiurer by tbe aelectiuen. aftreeably to
the provlilom of tlie law for that purpoae; now, there
fore, l,H.O. Hobluion, lown lreaiurer rf Calala, do
lierHby eall on all penom havlng a tow n and atate ichool
tax. payable to the town of CaUI. to pay lald taxea lo
the treamrer, at hli rellenie, wllhta nlnety dayi from
the litdny of June, A, 1. 1HJ. Ihere wlll be four pef
ceut illmsount allowed on Uie Uian tax tbat la pald to tbe
treaiurer withln iald nlnetv 'Uti.
H.O. ItOIllNSON.Town Treainrer.
Calali, Jnne 1, 1SS3. W-Wj
KSSKX JUNCTION, VEKMONT,
C. E. Domorltt, Proprlotor.
ThU houso liaa lately been thorougbly re
palrcd And put in good ohape for accoraodHtlon
Wasliington County !
THE BISHOP HOTEL!
Where you can getft eivxl niuareineal ftnd four quarti
of oau for horie for llftjr renta. o rent to pay and
ilolne huilneni on hanl-pan prlrfd, Une and all glve ui
call. and )uu wllleaie enougb to btiy your wlfe a new
hftwl. 11. FALES.
7T(tTICK. Tlte pattnemhtp under the flrm nameot
i Knton Itrolhera Ii ilMnolved bymutualeoniient. All
atv-ounti and debU of atld flrmwllt beaetlled by O. Al.
Katon, who nlllconlluue Uie bmlneirt at lbe old atand.
Wallf field, Vt , June 1, 1983.
1ILCOll & WHITE
lr(tnii-Wll.COX A WIIITF-llritnn.
Oritn-M lt.tOX 4 WIIITE-Oritmn
KlrKan.-WII.COX & WUIIt-(ri-nn
The Weber Piano
DimiSO TIIF. 1'AHT TEXT YEAIH
IIAS MAIK TIIB JI01T KA1-II)
HAiss or ANV riANO MASU-
Sole ilff.nt,, - - - Troy, Nm, Vork.
The Weber Piano
TOK ITH SYS1PATIIKTIU QVAt.U
TY-ANI) SWEKTNESH, IS VXtX- I
CKT.LF.D. Ceeleitlmonlalitf ArlliW, 1
CLVKTT A SOSS, I
Sole Affenta, - - Troy New Ytl(.J
CLUETT & SONS.
thfrty conts up.
alogne, depcrlbtng each pAttcrn, ient by mall
on recelpt ot one three-cent ftarap. Agenta
wanted ln every town, Addrepfi
Mlt, & Mits. A, C. nttADKOItl),
07-tf Hnre, Vermont.
iioyt fc ovth:;
Real Estate Agents,
Farim, Village Plflcec, and all kinds of Ueal
FjUte Leanen and Mortgages negotlated. Send
for circulars. Terms mod erate. 00-tf
IJIHTRAY.-Cune, Inta the Inelomireot lhe nubwrlher,
J June 3, two to-jer-olit ronn Ktefin, four pptcklmt
yearllnK dteem nnd one re4 belfer,mall t2e. 1 lieowner
rjn h?e uM caltle by I'rovtnii t,roiaty anl ptI" hU
cbarneii. j, r. ,AI)1,
OiRnge, Yt., June 4, 1W. pi-tl
IHA A M(HtsiK,i KSTATK.
NTATK OV VilltMONr, Washington IMntrtcf.M.
In I'robate Court, beM nt Montpelier, ln and for b1J
Iirtrlct,on the Mh Uy of June, A. 1). 1S.HJ;
An Inntmment purjiortlnii to 1h the bit Wlll Kml
TfUnientof IraA.Morne. lateuf CnUI. ln nM lHn
trtot, dt?ceiiril, belng preeenteil to tbe Court for iTobftlei
lt 1 orrterHt by naht Court, that all enon conrerneil
thereln le notlfletl to aptr ftt a eexlon of oalil Court,
tn bn belit at tba rrobale Ofllce, In Monteller, on tbn
2.1.1 (btr ot June, A. 1. 13, anl nhow mae, If any
they niay baTe. analmt-tha 1'rolxile of nall wlll for
whlch punlt U further ordered. that nolU'eof tbbi
order tw imbllHhcl three Heekn umiwlTely lu the Ver
mont Watrhiiuia A Htate Journal, prlnttnl at Mont
peller, pr1ou to mM tlm apmlnteiiror hearlng.
Uy tho Court.--AiUwt.
99-01 A. C. AVK1ULL, ReelAter.
TUCY.I. ItlCH'S KSTATK.
J S TA CK DK VERMONT, Waahtnctoa Ilntrlct,M.
In rrobate Conrt, held at Monlteller, In and for fv&kl
IUtrlct,on the 5th day of June, A. I), IVtZ'
An ItiMrument imnionJnK to bo the lat"t Will and Tt
tament of Luey J. KW, Ulft of WaltoQuld, ln eatd DU
tiict,decefteil. bt-lng ireaentt'd to the Court by Walter
A.Jonw, IheKieriuor thereln named, for I'robate.. lt
Ia ordered by aald Court, tbat nll ponon concemeil
thereln lie notltled to atar at a nelon of mtld Court
tn bebeld at tlie I'robate Otbce, In Montpelier, on tlie
'.IM day of June, A. 1). 1W, and nbow canne, If any
they tuay bave, agalnnt the rrobate ot aald wlllt for
v, hlch purpoee it w further orderul, that notlce of tblft
order N puhllMitvl three neekn ucrenlrely In the Ver
mont Watchman ,t Htate Journal, jirlntt-d at Mont
I)ller, prevloua to aald time at ttotnttMl for hcartotf.
lly the Com t Attt,
A. C. AVKUILU ReglAter.
nlHABT CHI.K' KSTATK.
HTAIEOK VKKMONT, Washlnffton Mntrlct, M.
In I'robate Court, held at Moniiller, tn and for iald
DUtrttt, on the Atb day of June. A. 1. 1H8J t
llarrtet A.Jale, Ksncuttltof tba Iiut wtll andteela
nientof Illratn Oale, lnte of Harre, ln aald Plttrlct, de
ceaaed, maket applloatlon to aald Court, wltb tbe ram
aent and approbatlon, tn urltlnt;,of the rievlne -and le
Kftteea of ald deceaaed, rvHblliu In patd ntat4, for ltnenne
toacll all of the real entate of xald dvceaMed.now on
band, a'tnate,! tn natd Harri'.b) wit " Tbe Home I'lace,"
reprtwenttnti that tl aale thpreof would be beneflrlal lo
the devlM-ea and IckbUth ot the deit-Med, aforeaald, and
thoae lnUjreete.1 ln hli entatn. Wbereupon, It la or
dered by aald Conrt, that pald appllcatlon be rtferml
to a aeH-lon thereof , to le bHd at tbe I'robate orth?,
In aald Montieller, on tbe Y21 day of June, A. II.
1383, for buarlngand dertAlon thereoni and, It ln further
ordered, that all peraona Intercnted be notifled hereof,
by pubUeaiton of notlce of atd aoplleatlou and order
Uiereon, three eeka pumiwlvely ln the Vermont Watch
man A Ktate Journal, a nennairr rublbhd at Mont
Ciller, and whkbclrculateajn the neinbborhood of tbone
tertMted, before aald tltne of hearlng, that they may
appear at aald Umn ant place, and. If they eee cauae, ob
lei't therelo. lly tbe Court. Alteet,
A. 0, AVEKILL, Rftfbrter,
VAIIOX TUCKKU'S KSTATK.
MTATK OF VKKMONT, UUtrlLt of Washington, m.
ln rrobate Court, held at MontiKller, ln and for aald Lttfl
trlrt, on the 28th day of May, A. U. tSHJ
Aa Inxtruinent punortliikI to 1 the hut Wlll and Tefta
ment of Aaron Futker, laU of CaUU, In ald I)trtrt,
deceaaed, Xmltig prenenteil to the Court byJ. V It. Kent,
the Kxecutor thereln named, for 1'rohate: H U ordered
by aald Court llut all ihtkoii", concerned thereln be tio
title! to appear at a eeaMoii of aald Conrt, to be held
at tbe I'roWte OiHce, in Montpelier, on the 18ih day of
June, A. I. ISA3, and Fhow cnuwe, If any they may
bave, KKalnft tlie I'robate of aald v, itl for w bkh jmriH lt
U furllier ordvrel, tbat nottee of IhU order be publlHhed
three weeki Bucvearilv ely ln tho Vermont Watchman Jc sute
Journal, prlntwt at Montpelier, prevloua lo aalil time ap
iKtlnteil for hearlng. lly the Court Attwt,
tw-vo A.C AVhltlLL.lleKlJter
SAKAII HIMtJN1 KSTATK.
H TATK Or VKKMON r, Ulutrlct Of Handolpb. H.
Iorroliate Court, beld at Chelnea, ln aad for aald DU
trlct, on Uie 16tb day ot Marcb. A. 1. 1843 1
Anlnitrument purjiorUutt to le lhe lait WUt and Tea
tautent of Harab Slmon, late of WllltamKtoun, ln dtn
trlct, deoeaml, tKtlnx prvsenieil to tbe Court by Jainea
M. itaaa, tbo Eiecutor named thereln, for prohatet It
U orderud by aald Court, tbat all peraoun oonoerued thereln
te noUQe.1 to appear al a aeealon ot -ald Conrt, to be held at
tbe lllbberd Houho ln Williamstown on the7lb day of June,
A. If. I&3, aud sliow cause, lf any tbey niay bave,
attalnt lbe probate of aald will) for whtch purpoae ltla
further ordered, thataropyof thoreroid of IbUonlerbe
pubUtthed tbrve weeka mcoeaatvely lo tbe Vermont Watch
man Jt Btfvla Journal, prlnled at Montpelier, prevloa to
tai'1 tlixia aprolaUxl for h"rtn. tty thn Court. Atteet.
W W AVll.LltM tl.MCHOLS, Judne.
PUII.O H. UIlUtKltD'S KSTATK.
ln l'robale Court. beld at tlliamtown, tn aalj DU
trlct, on tbe ISUi day of May, A. D. 1hs3.
J. M. Heaver, Adiuinlitrator of the estate of I'hllo S. lllb
berd, late of Williamstown, in aald Dmirlct, deatfd, pre
aenU bla adininistratlon aecount for eiamtnatlon aud
allowame, and makee appllcatlon fur a deiree of dbttrl
butloQ and vartition of lhe entate of aald deceaaed.
Wherenpon, II la ordered by aald Court, that aald aocuunt
and aald appllrAtlou b rererred to a atwalon thereof. to be
held at the lllbberd Uouse,ln Williamstown. on lbe 7th
U- of June, A. D. l'S83, for beariuK and decUlon, thereoni
and, tt la further ordered, that notlce hereof be Klfen to all
jwmms InUireated, by publlcatlonof the aame three weeka
uotwudvely lu the Vermont Watchman A Htate Journal, a
newspa)er publlahed at Montpelier, prevloua to aald time
aptolntd lor bearlnrf, tbat tbey may appear at aatd time
aud plaoe.aud aliow cause, lf auy they may bave, by aald
acuouDi uuiuu uo w uo wi. auuaucn uecrwj uuuio.
GKOHOK TINKIIAM'S KSTATK.
BlAlKOr VhKMO.ST, Dutrlctof Washlnston.aa,
Jn rrobate Court, beld at MontelIer( lo and for aald Dla
trlrt.on the'iBUi dayof May, A. D. IS63i
W. 11. Kloney, AdmlaUtrator or tlie eatate of fleoree
Tlnkham, late or l'Uln fleld, tn sald Dlstrlct, dHand, pr
seuU bla adminlHtraUOU aocount for eiamtnatlou aud
allowauce, and inakea apj'llcadon for a ! rw ot du
trtbuUoo and partltlon of tbe estato of aald deeil,
WbereuiMu, tt U ordered bvaald Court, that aald aecount
and aald appllcatlon bft referjud to a wlon thereof, to
be beld at tba I'robate Offloa ln aald Montpelier, on the liih
umy oi 4 une, a. u. ivj, ior iioanng auu uocuuon uieiwu.
june, a. u. ivj, ior iieanng auu uocuuon uieiwu.
II U further orderwl, that notlve hereof be flven to all
ia Inlereated, by publii-Atlon of the aaiue Lbree weeka
tslvely ln tbe Vermont Watchman A Hlate Jouraal. a
AUIl, It U
oewsipr publUbod at Montpelier, previoua to aald time
appofntm for hearlng, Uiat tbey may appear at aald Ume
and place, aud abow oauae, lf aay they may bave, by aald
aecount aboold not be allowed, and aucb decree lu&do.
uy we woun Atwwt.
W-00 A. C. AVKRILL, KetfUUr.
ndUACK WAKK'S IISTATK.
H TA TK OF VKKMOS l, Uinirlct of Randolph,
ln l'robaUtlouft tielii at WtllUuiitown.ln aald Iiutrtot.
onibelHLhday of Mar.A.D. llW3l
uynis ai, uiinrop, Admimsiraior oi mo mtaie oi uoraco
Wara. UU of W llllaiustown. ln aald DUtrtct. tlmManeil. nrts-
aenU bU admlntatraUon aooount for eifcmmatlon amt allow
auce, aad makea atipllcatlon for a decre of dtstrlbit
Uon and irtltloa of the ratata of aald dMeaMl, Yt bere
ujion, tt u ordered by aald Court, that aald aoooant and
aald appllcatlon le referred lo a aeHslon thereof. to be beld
at tli llintMtnt Hoiiita ln W llllamaloa n. on iha Wit dav
ofJune, A. D, 18PJ, for beartnn and uerlalon thereoni
ana. ii u lurmer omereti, iuai uowv uereoi do Hiven to sui
iMrsnna InlrmUkl. bv iiubllratlon of thn unia tortwi wwti
auotwwlvely ln Uw S ennoni Watcbmaa A Htate Journal, a
newspaper pubUahed at Monttelter, preTloua to aald Ume
appotuiedfor hearlng, that tbey may appear at aakl Ume
and place, and aliow iuae, lf any they may bave. why aald
aouount abould not be allowed, and sucb decrett made.
uy uie coun. aiui,
W1LLUM II, MCIIOLS. Ja.ltfC.
-iini.i.iAM tt. IIWVKU'H i:matk.
II HlAlt-UF VKKMONr, Dmtrtulof Washington,
In rrobate Court. held at Montpelier, ln and Ior aald
DU trlct, ou the lttb day of May, A. D. ISttJ
Hvlvauus DanleU. AdmlnkHtrator of the estata of Wllliam
0. fiwjer, late of M Iddlvaex, In aald Dtntrkt, deceaaed, pre
aenta bU admlntstratiou aooount for examlnatlon and
alloMani, and make appiumtion for a decree of din
thliutWu and tiarUllori ot lhe enlale of aald deceaaed.
WhMmmion.lt Cs oniHreil b sald ('ourt. that aatil Mvwunt
and aald appllcatlon be reterrtid to a aeealon thereor,
to be beld ai lhe I'robate Ofttoe, tn aald Montpelier, ou tba
mh day of June, A. 1. 1S03. for bmrtuit and deoialoa
tliereont And, lt la further ordered, that notlce beroo be
Btven to all peraona lutenwted, by publloatlon ot tba aama
ibree weeka uoueaalvely ln tba Vermont Watobman A Mtnta
Journal, anewRpaiwr pQbllahed at Moulpeller, prevlou a
aald Ume arpoloied f or tiearlng, that tbey may appoar at aald
tliueand itlaoe. aud abow oauae. if anv tliey mav haTa. whv
aald aocoant abonld not bealloed,and lucb decree made.
aj vnn uoun.Atuwt,
Vi A. C. AVKHILL, Re-iter.
1CNKV M.tUMMINIlS' KNTATK.
maiK ur v Miuun i , nuunci ot w aLingwn, aa.
lu I'robate I'ourt, beui at uouttatiier, loand for a
Vt. on Uia ITtli dav of Mav. A. 1. llfiJ i
A. O. Cuiniulns. Adiuliilntrator of lhe estate nf Henr Kt.
Cummlnira, late of Kast Montpelier, tn aald Dlstrlct, da
veased, make appttcatlou loaatd Court, llb tlie oousent
andapprobaUou.Inwrltlag, of tba betr of aald deceased,
for lu use to sell all of lhe real estate of aald decwued, Uu
atel ln aald Kl MontMlter and lu Aloutpeller lu aald 1U
triot.to wltl lbe" Johu llould 2d larm,'1 altualed lu r-ast
erby rarm'' alluatedW aald Mouttielier, repreaeutioff that
the sale Ihereot would be beneQUaf lo lhe heJrof saUl de
reaaed and tboati lnterested ln bls etiate. Wbere
UKu. It la ordered by naid Court. that aald appiica
tlm. ba referred to a aoaslon tbureor, to be beld at
th I'robaU OltlcM tn aaltl M oulimllrtr. on tha 1 1 ih
dayof June, A.D. 1883. for hearlng aud decUion thereoni
and, It la f urtlier ordured, that all peraona liitereated be uott
flud hereof, by publloallon ot notweof aald appUoaUon and
order Uiereou, bree weekf"suootiUvelj ln tlie Vermont
tboae iDtereaUMl, before aald Ume of besulun, tbat Utay
ma annear at aald Ume and nlace. and. tf thnv im naiuut.