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BfHMNOTON, FUIOAY. AI'HII. 11.
Tci ins 00 a Year, Alwnvs In Atlvnnco
Tho Idgbt Honorable William K. Ulad
rtune spoke in Now York one nfteruoon this
v eik to nn nudienco of live hmulrod men.
Tlie "Uniiid Old Slim' nns not thoro in
) erfou, lint bis voice was present, his ad
dress being delivered by means of n phono
graph. After bearing Sir. Gladstone's
t-peecb, fjenorul Shermuii, the presiding olli
cor, rend with tbo phonograph n resolution
of thank?, which wilt ho transmitted to the
English statesman this week. ,
Tbe limllnnton TnKK 1'ttEss I- evidently run
b iiencious and onen hearted indn IriiiaK for
it l offered "ftee strut Ih" ilnrlnit tbe "earn
..ukii" to all who will receive It, - apiingticld
In acknowledging tbo compliment tho
Reporter pays thu Fiikh Press in the first
half oltbe above sentence, we rejrot thntn
tltie regard for truthfulness compols lis to
t-ay that the otber half is not true.
Tho Bennington JUinnor tells this amusing
Hory about a letter recently received by
Commissioner .Valentine: Tbe other day a
letter came to. him addressed: "This goes
tuoThe one that onus The Country, Mont
pelier, Veimont.' The Postmaster nt tbo
L'apitnl had forwarded It to tbo Commipsiou
er with the remark that no one in Mont
jieUer "owned tbe country" and so be sent
it to tbo ''Commissioner of Agriculture."
Huvo ouongh it was intended for the bureau
and wns written by an Italian in Boston.
Oidiunrily, newspapers do not start in on a
I 'l Liilutlnn boom at thin season ot tho year,
l nt the 1'm.i. Pnr.ss has niioufc substantial
1 m-onst'or beiima notowurlby exception to
tb - ruie. -liellowB Falls Times.
Wrong again, dear Time.1.. Tlie I'nvv.
J'i.r-s in not nu " exception to 11118 11110."
AVu "'started in" on this ''circulation boom"
nearly tlx months ago (October 13, 1H1IQ, to
be exact,! nud it has paid us so well that wo
keep it up. Hut we wish our esteemed con
temporaries to understand that we thorough
ly appreciate all tho free advertising they
fe giving us. all tho tame. It pays almost
well at tho much talked of circular.
Tho oditor of tbe Salt Lake Times in n
recent interview, suy that the Mormons,
who want to practice polygamy, linding
that tho Edmunds law would eventually
Hop tho practice of polygamy, are quietly
dipping uwny. Ono syndicate hns bought
nu itnmeme tract of land in the Ktato of
Chihuahua, Mex., and thither they go.
Two years ago the llormons defeated tho
Gentile nt the polls by .150 votes. This
year they were beaten by about 800. llet-
ler evidence regarding tho efficacy of tbo
Kdmuuds law in driving Jlormouitin out of
1 tnh could not bo desired.
At a meeting of tbe non-partisan "Wo
men's Christian Temperance union held in
Washington Tuesday night, and during a
ilihcusfion of tho subject of drinking in the
jjniy nud navy, Mr, .1, Kllcn Foster read
a letter from Secretary cf War I'roctor, in
vhich be came to the defence of the soldiers
in tho regular army, He snid: "I heartily
fcyinpathio with tbo efforts of your society
in behalf ot temperanco in the army nud
navy, and shall do everything in my power
to aid the good work. 1 am not prepared
to admit that tbo soldiers ot our army are
more intemperate than nuy other class o
men. If a soldier has drunk too much his
very uniform makes it noticeable, and we
may do thom as a class nn Injiijtico. Cor
tainly, tho more I have seen of tho soldiers
Df our army tho grentor respect 1 huvo tor
lliem." Tho toldier has found n warm
friend in Secretary I'roctor.
The Kiike lftis doubts the voraelty of the
ANntihrnun when it tin' Watchman- s js;
""'his puperbiih not yetdoclated to. any man."
Will the Watchman please toll us when
and where wo expressed any doubts of its
veracity in this particular ? While wo
otten hnve occasion o doubt tho veracity
of tho Watchman, wo have not uttered a
word that could givo occasion for tho above
ttatement. AYo have been thoroughly
n ware from the first that tho AYatcbnian
has been and is on tbo ience regarding the
governor question, It was os far back ns
iS'ovembcr !'0, that wo stated in our Jlontpo
lier nutes, that the directors of tbo Watch
man lublishiug company held a moetiug on
the AVeduesday evening previous to decide
whom to support us a candidate for gover
nor, and that they could not agree. It is
for this reason, we presume, that the AVatcb
mun still sits astride tbo fence and keeps up
a racket by thumping its heels on either
fide, iloaunhile tbo oditor ot tho Watch
man has taken tbo bits in hi; mouth nml
teems bent on wrecking the whole establish
ment. Tho Watchman Publishing company
bus some fino men on its board of directors
and it is not altogether their fault that the
paper has lost its Iniluouce further than to
injure nnymun or cauto it attempts to sup
port. Hooker in I lie First District.
As was announced in the local columns
of Thursday's Kiiuc I'itnbK Col. Hooker is
u candidate for congressional honors in the
recoud district. Ho has bad one sharp con
test recently In 'which he crossed swords
with tho prcient representative from that
district, (Jim. AY. AY. Grout. Inasmuch as
(Jen Grout's namo has nlreiuly boon pro
tented as a caudfdato for nomination nud
vo-election, nnd as he has just como olf tho
victor in tho lirattleborc- poitofllco light, a
contest of more than ordlnnry interest nnd
hplrlt in the tecond district may be expouted.
Gen. (Iront commands the oatcem and res-
pact ofrhls constituents. Always n faithful
olilciul ho has of into been moro rather than
less prominent hi Congress, and if be does
nothing at all to further his own prospects
lie Is ti strong cntididuW by ylftue of what
ho has already done. On tho othor hand
( 'ol.. Hooker will lio no mean rlvnl. Ills
largo acquaintance throughout tbo district,
his personal popularity, and his intimate
knowledge ot Vermont nfTalri will all con
tribute to help his cnndldncy. Added tbo
fnct that he made some frlendi ns well, pos
sibly, ns some enemies In Ilia llrattloboro
contest, and wo have all tbo clenienlR of a
contest that will wngo warmer and warmer
from now on to the Jny of the convention.
The AVnf tj'lininn'R (icnorosity.
Our esteemed1 contemporary, the AVntch
niun, is very generously Inclined there days.
This week it Rives the FliEr. I'iiiish a free
notice, publishing tho following circular,
which, to fur as tho business proposition is
concerned, has been In constant umj in tho
business department of this olllee since Oo
tober 1.1, 1SSU:
AVc wih the Fitr.r. 1'nr.ss to btvo reailem In
cc io.mi in tin Stale. To help accomplish
tliln purjicKc we Intend to send nut n Innfe
number of innde cnples din In t the next lew
lliMtitli-., 'In do this ietcesUlll we must
liuvealbt ni' i?',nd nanies at ever po?tofflcc In
Veimonl. If , on will send us I lie names of
Irnui lolHi persons, ivee.il'dimt to the size of
vo.ir ipillee, to wlmni jotitiilnk it would be
advantageous tor in to send a few sample
i upiuv we will tnke lileiisiit'e III foi'waidlmj
the eeiv ! ui.r. rl.is one ear tree to any
a ldre yn'i name.
AVc fully npproclato tho motives ot tho
Watchman in giving tho l'lini: J'iikks so
handsome a free notice, but we are led to
believe that our Intellnelual though some
what erratic contemporary docs not quite
grasp tho situation. It says;
So the jiunv colossus of the combine Is
blretehimt Its brneu leu's I o best lido the Mute,
eriit-h out the loi al panel and force Col.
Wot dbtiry upon the people of Vermont .
The joke of this business is that tho Uur
lington subscriber to tho A'.'atchnmn insists
upon It that our Jlontpolier 'contemporary
thinks tho AVeekly Fillet: 1'hkss is being given
nwny for one yenr to those "twenty
five 1o sixty persons." and that Col.
Woodbury is either footiug the bills or con
tributing to that end!
AVe credit tho AValehtnau with moro
seu.se than this, but as snat was the infer
ence one of its renders bos drawn, and th.it
it cvidenlly desired till its readers to draw,
wo add a few words for the benefit of those
who may not be familiar with the AVntch
mr.n's tactics in this campaign.
Tho circular uuder consideration wns is
sued from this ofllce March 20, and is sub
stantially the same circular that has been
in constant use in this ofllce sinco October
13, IhMI, and, indeed, was used much more
freely during the holiday season thnn it ha
bctn sime. The proposition, oxactly tlie
same in both circulars, is, in brief,
thnt we will send n Vopy of the Fmx
l'n:s ono year to auy address not
addresses! tho person receiving tho circu
lar may. name, in return for the list of de
sired names. If the AVatcliinan thinks the
Weekly Fkke 1'hes.s is being given away
for a your to each of the people whoso
numes come to us as n result of this circu
lar, it is slightly off the track. After send
ing sample copies of tho I'rtLE I'ltnss a few-
weeks, those who mu so fortunate as to re
ceive it nro requested to become regular
subscribers, and if they do not respond the
paper is discontinued.
It is u perfectly sqtiaro and clean way of
doing business that has prevailed in
some form or other in every neV
paper ofuce in tho Ktnte to a greater or
less extent uud which has paid us hand
somely, for when tbe people once begin
rending tho I'hki: l'ju;hK, which the AW.tch
man has so f i oquoiily nnd so happily re
ferrcd to as "the ublest iapir in the State,"
they are pretty fciirt- to become regular sub
scribers; uud that, by the way, is where
the shoe pinches the Watchman, for we have
a largo and constantly increasing list in
Washington county, nnd particularly in
Montpolior, which wo have reason to believe
is moro than tho AVatchman can honestly
In vie of tbeso facts we baldly
need refer to the AVntchman's thrust nt Col.
Woodbury; but for the benefit of those who
have been mUleJ wo will say unqualifiedly
that so far as Col.' AVoodbury is concerned
he knows nothing about the matter, and
that he never bail 111 any way, shape or
manner, directly or indirectly, anything to
do with it. AVkcn ho desires to send out
copies of tho FltEK l'KK.ss. ho buys ami pays
for them uud we shall be only too glad to
sell extra copies of this paper at any time to
anyone else on exactly the btmie terms-. Of
course tho ' AVatchman with its customary
candor will'sei.e tins opportunity to correct
a fHUo Impression for which it Is responsible.
Up was n "Molilier'J (Jorcriiiii.
The AVoodstoek htand.ud calls our at
tention to the fact that Gov, AVaslibuni
should not bo classed among the civilian
governors of the State. The Stnndard is
right, and we take pleasure in correcting an
unintentional error and in transferring Gov.
Washburn from tho list of civilian to the
list of veteran governors. As the Standurd
suy, he was ono of the Hist to enlist and go
to the fiont and wilh his regiment was m
tho Ilrst engagement at Big lletbel. True,
Ins field service was short, but that in con
nection with the distinguished pnrt be boro
throughout ontitles him to whatever honor
there is in tho classification of "soldier gov
ernor." He was appointed lieutenant
colonel of the First Vermont regiment, nnd
had tin condition of his health permitted
him to remain in the army alter the dis
bnndineut of the first regiment, he would
undoubtedly huvo won high distinction ns u
soldier; his bravery and courage in leading
tho flunl and really the only formidable as
sault on tbo enemy's woi ks ut Itig ltethel
were sufficient to piovo this. We fully
agree wiiu tno hi.indunl that "Ins was a
noble tervice to his country and it is hardly
too much to say that he sacrificed his life in
Our statement that occabionad tbo Stand
ard's criticism was callod out by a remark
ot tho AVatcliinan tli.it ' tho soldiers have
been very generously remcmlicrod," nnd
that "many are saying that fair play now
domandsthitt the civilian have bis Innings."
Transfers Governor AVnsliburu from tho
"civilian" to tno ' soldier" lit nml the
facts .still show Hint since 1KI1 civilians bnvo
occiii) led the governor's chair eighteen
out of twenty-nine yours leaving oleveu
years for what tlig'vValehimin is pleased to
call th eoldier's innings. Wo may add in
passing that this effort on tho part of the
U atchmaii to nuke a point ngniust a poli
tical adversary, by putting into tho mouth
of "oil soldleiV the statement that " fair
play now demand that the civilian bavo
his innings'," is not injuring but rather
helping the man ut it hum it was aimed,
The (Jovcriuir truest Ion.
Tho gubernatorial canvass has progressed
during tho week without nny very striking
developments. Tho papers opposing Col.
AVoodbury, that woro at Iho opening
ot the canvass particularly anxious
that this bhotild bo n "clenn" cam
paign, freo from "personalities,'' seem
to be geltlm; mi ti good il'Ml ot feel
ing, and many ot Iheni are not only attack
ing Col. AVoodbury cither directly or by
lmiendo, but, not snlhlicd with this, nro
now iittackiiie; the papers thnt support
Woodbury's candidacy. This sort of talk
has helped Col. AVoodbury and strengthened
hint among tho thinking people of tho Hlnte.
It could not ba otherwise.
S'o far os the prevailing sentiment among
the people is concerned Col, AVoodbury is
Hiiiuliig has been gaining, in fact, since
his name was llrst brought out. Tho cast
side of the Stale, which has boon claimed as
priictleulby solid for Mr. 1'ngo is divided,
and thero are constant accessions' to tho
AVoodbury column. The same Is truo of tbo
south part of the Slnto. while on tho west
side as u whole, where Col. AVoodbury is
best known, he is'dailv gVilnlngln tho number
and In the steadfastness of his friends, nnd
present indications show that the preponder
ance of sentiment in the Stato is iuhisfnwir.
At this writing tho outlook Is most promis
ing. His friends hnvu reason for feeling
coulldent of iiltiniuto success.
Col. Hooker' UisU.
Dr. William lilaikie, in retiring from tho
presidency of tho American Association ot
1'liysicnl Kdiicnlion last week, mado a
very interesting nnd facetious address
In the courso of which he remarked
that Congressman Scott dined a fellow
congressman who represented the Stato ot
A'ermont nt a New York hotel tho other
day, and after the dinner ho declared that,
although he was a very rich man, ho would
not care to pay for ninny morn dinners for
such men as his fellow congressman, but he
also declared that he would give a large
part" of bis fortune if he could only oat as
bis guest lite. A'ermonters will uuturally
wonder which of our representatives, Gov.
Stewart or Gen. .Grout, lias developed such
icmnrkahlo gastronomic powers but now spa
per readers will recoguio this ns one of the
numerous stomncli-storics going the rounds ,
of the press in which the genial Col. Hooker
of lirnttleboro not a congressman, but a
would-be congressman plays tho part of
horo. It has been remarked that soven
llgures would be required to state Congress
man Scott's wealth, which may serve to
give a fair idea of tho enormous money
value put upon Col. Hooker's stomach by
Mr. Scott. We doubt if nny candidate for
ollice in the State rijics so much in tho coin
ing campaign as the Ilrnttleborp colonel, for
if his appetite gives out his stomach will not
bo worth a dollar.
A well-ordered iilo a waiter's.
There is one thing that seems to be ns
inovitablo in a newspaper ollice ns is in a
gun and that is a bore.
A nation is oxactly liko an individual.
Tbo better its constitution, tho longer it
AVby are tho blank pages ot tho end of a
book like forlorn henpecked husbands ? Be
cause tluy never have ths last word.
One would hardly think it, but tbe bight
of a rope is often moro fatal than the bite
If there is any man in this country who
wants to prove that he is richer than old
Cru'sus ever dreamed of being, let him
build nn ice palace next Fourth of July.
In the matrimouiul market it doesn't
make so much dillereiico about a girl's com
plexion, if her income is only fair.
Thoieisono notable point of dilferenci
between a ship and a metropolitan Irish
man. Ono is always leaving a wake, and
the other is nlway.s going to one.
A woman's WAV.
Tailor ' Well, Jones, how did your wife
like the new clothes I"
Jones "She acted just as the did when I
llrst began to court her."
Tailor "How wns that ? Laid her choek
on the lappels '-''
Jones "No ; violontly opposed my suit."
Mr. Bascom "Well, Jonas, how is the
off-horse, this morning :-"
Jonas "Well er to tell you the truth,
sir, 1 forgot to tie ins ti.uter, last evening.
and this morning ho wns "
Mr. Hasconi "Well, what was ho?"
Jonas "He was olf, sir.''
W hut Constitutes ;i Deflnral lnu.
li'ioui the Marie Kntei prise.
The most laughable feature of the politi
cal situation tlie past week was thu solemn
declaration of tho Watchman that it 'had
not yet declared for any man. " l'rny tell
what constitutes a declaration in the AVatch
man ollice, jTliO people regard tho from two
to Hires columns ot editorial pulling for
Mr. 1'nge and abuse of Mr. AVoodbury that
have appeared each week in the Watchman
for tbo past six weeks a pretty good declar
ation In favor nt Mr. Page. Tho latter so
regards it and classes the Watchman, in tliu
Cltien, as ono of his out and out support
ers. .Itcrunls Culled I'ur.
l rum the Ilinndou I'nlon.
AVe are ; informed that a ten tlnju&nnd
copied edition of tho life and public services
of Hon. Carroll S. l'ngo has been distrib
uted through tho State. Wo havo nothing
to my tiguliist tho policy of such a course,
for if nn aspirant for gubernatorial honors
is not very well known to tho people for
what ho has doneit is perfectly just anil
right tho peoplo should be informed through
sotno other channel. Wo have no porsounl
knowledge of Hon. C. S, l'nge's record In
wor time. AVo have nothing to utter against
what wu havo no personal knowledge of
but would suggest that nnothsr ten thou
sand edition of that gentleman's life be
is.uod with tjjp war record fully written in,
'J'o Our .subscribers.
The special announcement which appeared
in our columns some time since, announciiu: a
special in ninneineiit with Dr. II. .1. Kl.Mi.u.l,
I ii., or lhiosliui nh 1'iills, Yt publishers ot "A
TicHtlse on the llorseand his Diseases," where
b our subscribers were enabled to obtain
a copy ol that Milunble woik free, by
sundiiiK their aihlrosh to 11. J. Ki'Mi vi.i, Co.,
laud ciiciiisin a t cut stamp for iiiiilllnc;
samel Is leliuwud lor u limited period. We
ti list nil willaiiill thuuiM-lwM of the oiipoitu.
nity of obtuinun: this wiluubl" work. 'Inctciy
lover or tliu 1 1 uric it is iiidipensublii, us it
treats In a simple maimer all tldlsoakbs which
ullllct this noble atilma'. Its phenom
enal sale llirniiitboiit the United States and
Canada, make II staiidatd iiuthiit ity. .Mention
this papor w him svuiliug tot' "I'leatlse."
Yeiiuoiit III thu
A small "do luxo" edition of Benedict's
"Vermont in tho Civil AVnr" has recently
been Issued by (ho Fm:r. IStnss Association,
It is printed on heavy laid paper, with wido
margins, gilt top nnd uncut pngos. Tho
engravings nro all India proofs, Tho bind
ing is of Iho best, work of tho famous Blvor
sido establishment. It is tho most elegnnt
book ever printed in Vermont; and ns tho
edition is HmUod to one hunttrett mi'l
lirrnlu jirr copies, It will soon bo vnluod
far abovo Its price, from its rarity, A very
few copies of this edition remain un.sub.
scribed for, and ordors for them addressed
to tho Fitr.r. rm:ss Association, will bo
promptly lllled, as long us nny remain. A
copy is alio for sale nt Huntington it Co.'s
A HiiinlbtlliiK Proposition.
I From the SI. Albans Messenue'-.
Mr. Page, having kolectcd himself for
governor, is now, it is said, trying to select
some ono for lieutenant governor. Some
prominent veterans on the other sido of tho
mountain hnvu been approached by him or
his intimate friends and invited to a place
on tho ticket with him. So tar tho attempt
is understood to have been unsuccessful.
These old veterans are somewhat notional.
Whenever they npirc to political honors
they desire to go upon a ticket with some
one who, If hfa did not enter tho war service,
distinguished himself in patriotic duty at
home. Theso old vets ulso hesitate to go on
a ticket with a man who in subslanco says
to tlicnr. "You must distinctly understand
if you accept of Hie second plnco on my
tiukot that you are barred from being a can
didate for the position that 1 am seeking,
whicli is good enough for mo but will thus
bo placed bj ond your l each, lly this act
of yours you will be deprived of mi' chance
you might have had by standing aloof. It
is well to bo frank about the things. If 1
should die hi ollice or become Incapacitated
from any cause, you will be allowed to serve
out the balance ot my term, but if such a
colamity should be considered nmong the
possibilities, soni" other, abler and moro de
serving man would ba selected. You must
oxpect when you are in Montpslier next fall
presiding over the Senate or over tlie joint
assembly, that the legislators of A'ermont
and by standers will say, ho is a very capa
ble man anil discharges Ii is duties woll, but
lie has bitten off his own nose by accepting
tho ollice of lieutenant governor and must
stop where ho is. He is to bo pitied, but
there is no help for him. Tho speaker is
also a irood man, but, although ho ma- not
have tho sum oiialiilc.itions for governor he
can be a candidate for the olllco if his friends
fo desire - Or they might declare on the
other hand: 'We should think they would
have known better 'than to havo selected
such a man as lie is lor lieutenant-governor,
there's no danger that ho w ill ever bu any
thing more. God "pare our chief miitris-
trate, for if he should die, what would bo
como of our nlfairs before our oxt elec
tion.'" The whole question of so-called
"promotion," or of non-promotion, is, as
the lluthtnd Herald truly says, "a waste of
wind." Any candidate for lieutenant-governor
wnen nominated, if ho bus any self
respect, would In apt to say: "Gentlemen
of the convention In tho acceptance of tho
ollice of lieutenant-governor I understand
that you do no', select me for governor now
or for two years hence, and that neither
myself nor any friends of mine will make
any claim upon the republicans of the State
on account of my being lieuteiinnt-govcvi-nor.
But, if 1 .mi to be barred from being
a candidate lor the governorship if m
friends should desire to present my nnmo
for that oflieo, nud it I shall have forfeit
ed my equal chances nnd privileges with
others ol my fellow citizeusas tothe future,
I must say that in justice to myself 1 can
not accept of the nomination uuder theso
conditions." '1 lie election of any man to an
ollice under these limitations and restraints
would b" exceedingly humiliating, nud,
euudidly, the acceptance of these exactions
and couditicus would not be expected of any
man ot spirit. "Let every tub stand on its
own bottom. "
An linpoitiiut Ailillt ion.
From the bprlnglleld fnion.l
Commissioner Valentino of Vermont adds
an important item to the discussion of the
thrcndbai"' "abandoned farms" question.
He llnds by careful investigation that moro
than half the untenanted farms in that
Stale were "deserted'' in tho perio 1 of low
tariff under democratic auspices between
lSllli and lbllO. It is. not claimed that this
was tho result of freo trade, but the facts
show the nbsiirdity of the claim of the free
trade organs tliut tho alleged ruin is tho
logical result of protection. The mischief
wns more than half accomplished before the
Morrill bill was passed.
Mitldlebury's tin eutors,
IW. ll.jll .Murray in Boston Cliobe.l
It was by a mechanic of Middlebury that
tho circular saw was invented that inven
tion which has rovolutioni.ed tho manufac
ture of lumber, carpentry nnd houso build
ing. Ho received no prollt or row m il for
his wonderful invention not even tho ac
knowledgment of mankind for I fancy few
knew of his contribution to mechanics and
civilintiou. In the same village, that old
Kgyptinu implement or device, long lost to
tho knowledge of men tho toothless saw,
by wjiich iiiiirblois snwn into desired forms,
Iluclileli's Arnica s.:ile.
The Host Salve in tho world for Cuts, Bruises
Fores. I'lccr-. Salt llheuni. Fever Soros. Tetter,
( Implied Hands. Chilblains, Corns a d all
fckin Eruptions, and positively cities Hllus. ot
no pa required. It Is shnruntecd to -ivu per
fect s.'itlstiietion, or money refunded, l'rico
W lento per boi. For Sale by lleuuuru Low
ny. "rurity StreiiKth- Perfection,'
Absolutely tho Host.
All tho Inu'iTilirntH ufod fit i;iak intr (his
now dor (ire puliHMitMi onrvory Jiilicl. Tho imr
ity ot tin lhnii'tlKMitH ami tin M ii-iitiHc ai cur
my wliU uUlcli tlu-y uw rnmblurri iviiUit
Clcvi lumlN nijirrinr in sin nulli and HtU'Ioncy
lounyotln-r Lal.lntr ihiwiUt uiunufai tuuHl.
TihmI mhcil with this puwilor does not tlry
up, as when um.lft with bakli'K iovtIcr ccm
tuiuln aminuiilii, hut ku'pn inol-a .mil KWrct,
and N palatnliliuintl w holi'onu. Hui hiM-uit
au'lxrUltlliM-akii iimdo with H fan In' catfii
by iy-peptii v'li Impnnlt .
It dutw not (uiifllii amuiiiuta, aliiin, Ihru or
nthrr adulli'i ant. Thftp nr' fiuix, voiu'lu-d
for by iovt riuiM'tit ami Statp('beiuUt,4l.lh)arU
vl lUtalth, anil I'luinciit eoientUts,
('l.LVf'IANP ttkiu J'owui.it ('.,
Maud J ruiluu "St., Nuw Vos,
Highest of all in
Now York Produce Market.
Sr.w Yohn. April .
Vt.Ot'lt l.nw Afpn ft? JKI s,. f'lu tmlU .4.1 V
Clti mills pntent. Sl.tVrfV; 'it.lr wliont,
low erniirs nt S.'.'Jik.ifiMe: mir te fancy. .S.'."n UlO;
iio pith nts 3I.I"(. s.Vlii: Mlnnc-ntd. clear. s.l.:tV.i I.T:
flu ttrittjlhts, $1X110 st m; ,., putHiil.., KI.aVi"i; do
re mmuieff, sf..j..H.si.e: euiwrtluc .s.'.iEKf.'.i'; nnr,
Will' T -No. 2risl. S!Hi.,:w.: i.lmatoK ; "PialH'lc.
nllimt: i"w, f. 11. Ii ; simmer Nu. ri'il.i si.i;
Ne. II re, at ST'.: Meuiner Mn. fl reil. tl.i Ti.'ir.
X.i.l Nn'lncrii nt 'HUi"i Nn. I l.nnl nt 'wHjMim.
( DUN No. ' nt .iStn.iSsl..,.. ..levator. IfiWfiVs.
nflost; ulenmer iuIamiI m stTvil'lc; N". 2 liite at
!'i H"Sy ; ,Hn.:t ,l.'ii..'l,r.
OATS N... :t nt 21: il., lil! nt lUMIGUr.: No. 2
aVi -""if.; il'i unit" nt .U'IIiiiiIhIc.; -Nu. 1 nt -lie; ilo
wiine nt -nr., reixed western nt v'S'-Sie.; nn wnne at
lii'., white stnto nt 1W rtUt'sjC.; So. H Chlcuo nt
COITIX Pair rnnrors nt '.1tl4,r.
SfOAIl OIT A. nt .-, : lu, Mnnilnril A. tier.:
rfinfrr'e.nfTH' A, "iS.c : frrt.nula.tnrl, ti I Wc; white ex
tm r, viH. V-fcc- tnlrnw. I'l nvt'v.
rKTIttJI.r.L'31. -fnttrrt nt MH.
I1H1K-Ms ol,l nt t'lii.'vwail.Oh ilo now nt fll.V)
fuSI.Mm I'XIrn prime nt r?'.5e!.HIH.
I.AUIl -Western ttleum $s..vi nsked; city ftcam
Sii.'n; runtlnrnt nt 8iXMi'..; S A. nt ST.'iV
ml i I mi iinirv. olil, v11r.: crramrrv, HKSlKe.
Lltl'.ntitJ-Mato ut!kIIVi fnry at lUillUjU.
Chicago l'rotltiee Murkot.
Chicago, April X
WHKAT-No. 2 sprlnir nnd So. 3 red at 81k.31Si
t'OUX- No. '.'at ll.
(IMS No Snt Ttee.
IIVK-Nn. 2nt4le. "
I'OHK 3!ll.'Jlr.t S5lti.il 't.
LAUD sA15i..'..i;i,. .
Wiitcrtowti Union l.lieSlorti Mnrlfrt.
W'atertowv, April 5.
Cattle mnrket -Tl'f mnrltr' Is qimteil utiehaiund.
IVel Kxtro. ''': first M'll'Ui. .".,sfi &."..2.,j;
seiunil iiunliti. SI.'V 4.;."i; lluril iuullt), $t.Jliu$l.'.'i.
C.lttle I'.'Vi-lI t- ..f .'IP. hfiil.
(unit' .slurp i utile W'.irkini; iitm. per pntr. fcfiliiii.
MM', rnrrnw n,-, $1 sui; fniiei i ims, fil's., niUen
i own nml mlies. J5.'- ss; M-nrlinirs, ,sS',$tt,; twojenr
i.l'ls. l Hire, Miiri.I.N. i.i.tj.
Saiiii Jte. eipt uf .'I I'J't hi'iiil,
We.'ern, f'lt Hi. l-t''i li; nerlliern tlrpMi1, fit..
slliei-p nnd tlllllh- Ittseltitv nf St; Lead. In tuts nt
s,,' '"I ' A 1."'; i a rn. SI ui.1 , ;'i.
i ul ..lis .,; . .i .
Iioittiii Woo! Market.
Ho-sThv. April q.
lri- n immi tlrm from fll )".iriiMt .mulf". )iit unil
ri ti h i . iinni n'Hfcs ar' ttMtt-u hi ' lu. titr a. -K'-tw
MKjfiti X nnd XX and wbni Htul ts fur . 1. In
Mi 'Inn;,!. 'It pr . thrri' h-t w hpen nf nf ul '-.'Si.i ') unit
N'c. Vork fleei i -.11- ut the !UMd llsfiii finnhiNu' nnd
I'-liinc ni'ffc-niie in iroiMi denmnil at ti.ll nrti-o. but
vupjili'-h nr.- ssitmtl. I i-rritnry uihiNi iintituu-1" tII wet!
nt ili't'i1 fnr tlnr, .Vif.Vt loir finr nu'dium, Trxn and
California uooNu'v well .idd up. liH)nv"i), wrut tlierv
lurtt nilo. in tht riincc of vt pr Hnind r
ii-siiTn. rn' H'ii w moih tin- in Mi'iK v iifniimu ni
fur Mipt-r nnd 'i " t. ftrftra. l-'.trfiirii wtiulf- nrr linn.
Vermont rroiliu'o 3Turknt
WATBHM'in, April T.
Tub luitlrr, 10 to l r"ii(v per ptnind; fit' pnund buc.,
K t.i Jit tcntit: print, U to 'i n'tiN jht pin: ml :
fsftf6. 1'sf i'vnih per il'7cn; inn pic suii", r. in s i-vtn pi-r
puirnl : mti pit tvrup. I ri-tit- fur in pnur.a runs,
P'lUitu"-, (jo crnt im r liia-lwl; roin,.i'T t rut i per bus-li
H; iipplt-. if 1.25 pi r lur-hfl ; ltttuct Hialitud; 1i e
h..Kn, I to IVfj ri nt: ilrt'Hl htitf, . tit ticenlM ful ctttl-.
t .IttMiU; tln'ts-e-l litf, 5 to (i rent; rnnnnnil. 15
pntH pnr hnntlntl pnumN; lirun. '"Itcnts; prnxt'iitlcr.
l.i'; ii'tlcjii sn'il incnl, er ton,
Vnnu-NM-s April 5.
TIip nmrlxft K.I ill) hih! imu-tivr, utth tut iter quuta
turns hi Is to '.n reiitH rr ptutnu ; t'tfU". 12 crnts
Hr dorm; chickfn. It to IH rent per pmind: fi I.
to it i-i-nts iht poiiit'I; bean. yl.Mi to ).M pir uu-sht-i
iipl" .iiptr, i' 11 i-cns per pound; -a ru , ct nt
to SI.'"' l'r tr.illon; lrH I1" t" teuv pt-r putimi
pitrk. 1 tit t't-ntu per pmind; vral Pj renti per
I'uiiiii; inuttoti, 5 to 'rents JM.T pnutiil; l.uub, to :
I'cni- prr putinil; hay, &t to . per ton.
Ill' hmom, April U.
The nrirlcf-t tn ilnv K nimtcl hr follows: llutur,
fm r to onil, 15 to IS cents chnne and tint. Hi to
i.-iitK. ihtffii' lailor, lit toll (i-nthj tzv, 1 rents
IT doEcii ; tin M-mt htmn, 5 to .Vy c-cnwi ; liuy, 'JIM per tou
laical, r ton : hnm, jier ton.
T. Alban-., April s. Attemlnnee larrr, anJ rreelpt-.
im n-ust-l. M.irkc no -troinrer tliwn la-i w-nk. W
taiotr Pi to ri'itiR s the price s'ener.iilv, nuh 'ji
(cull, for M'eetiou ii ml a niitlit aivunie tor nn extnt
ilo- intii If. Ihi.dlj nouch uirnr wn offereii to nm
rant uitntun, hut la ei-nt. iir jiaiil for p.ori rnk
I.oral Kctail larkoti.
IltTMi i.NCTOV.Aprll !, W.
Vrirt". in tlio ltn-nl market nt thU season of
tbo ytnr aro (inlet and Ptendy, with few
cbaniie to noto from last week.
Kultt r ii Ul to 27 renti. n pciiitnt. Hirese i 15 (-enf n
pmiitu. -ik i" ' ,a " " 'uim. r.iti
renttta tloen. raiuv t-wetn-it are in inlitnu.- rine
upplr t hee, tW to $1,111; each uccordlnj to vie; n..itic
fori ehesi'.p, rx-ent-. a poiiml; J.nchh u.ur, 2- tents;
i.iiam. si. ii i enen: M'tiTeitao-. MrenthU nacknire: ( id
il.ir tir.e, &I.OI h pleee; I Mitch el t-e, 10 cuiNn poiiml.
Jlilk, li and T cents a quart. I'uru Jotse crciin, 1)
rci.th a quart.
St rav. berries, 51) crnn a ipiurt. lUnnnau. i) rntnH
OoAen. Ora.ice ure 15 to tJt nits a Uo.en. )u :ir2"
I'ftibt a tioii ml: Suimiiu (1-. Ji it MU ,i imiimi. .ilestinH
tt'tumn are .) eentu a doi-n. im naniith are 5 to in rent
eai Ii. llel quality tlutoti urn 1" to 12 lit U totni'l.
I'm lies are IU It l.i eettls a pound, l'vjpoi ateU )eachet,
S5 cent a pound. I ivaporuteil apneot , C'i eeuK u ptmnd;
I i ni...riiii'il riitbfrrie.. :Lt In -Ul cioitw :i tittnnd. t-.viitmr
Htrdt herriet., 3. enti ii pound, t.vaported applet in tn
r't-etithii pound. t'rnlMrries, MeenU u quart. llaipinH,
bi i io nxeaifiii pound. jii.'Korj uui are m iimiis .
fiii ii 1 1 ! limit, u iiiiiL tu'iit.iitw iicn I I iiinli .1 miuit
Ulf, ail MIW it-"""'! (-lilt (l JMMIIIII-i. M IhU'U
ttape. .ij et-nti; itrupe fruit, h to in efnu. Applet.
o. I art quoted at thf rale of $l.f"pcr luiiel iiiMiiall
PotHioon. 15 rentB per buKhfl. weet putatrn's G conti
per pound. Cubbiif-re. i tent, a pound. J -el
tin e, b cenlR a iH'ad, Tomutoeh, Jil tcnit
u (lounil. .Spmiich, VI centtt a mh k; radli-lieg nnd ei;e
table oy-.ter, U' 1 vM a buuch, J I una yrown unifiis, "1
en.h Hpoi.nd. lleetH, Nl cent a Inifchel. I'll r nip-, u)
tentc M-r liu le t; paintp"-, 5 i eiiP jht tiounil. Hubbard
Kquai-b. 5 cent, tn-r pound. Ilnrito radli-b, in tu Intents
per txiiilf. 1'iL'nlei are 1U to 50 cento u ahoii, plant or
IIA1UR, SL'nR, lTi
St. I.otiis tloiir, $.Vl'i to $VHi n Iwrret; Mlrlitcnn, sfi.ui;
Spriui; it.tteiiu anil Mlnnet.ot.i iauuU are i..2i Io S.'m
h barrel. Hnek w heul U tot cent H Hiunti. Xe
maple Hiarar, l to tent a pound; nev muple rup,
f l.i 1 1 a umHoii, tranulatil injnr i 7' centu a puiin.l,
t ilTee A, IS eenU; lltfiit brovsn, J eHnl..i '"f ami puler
ietl, in ceiith. New wbito ciuver huttcy in i) tenta a
MUT AM 1 lH.
Mutton, It hid quartern, l 1 cent a pound, forequnr
ti-ro, KJ to l.Mj i nM a pound. Nprmtt land hind qnar
d rf. 2n ii nl; tore quarter d In I2S centn, nuitton
hopN 20 Kitn; lamb thopp., Jii tent. Beef,
hot i'Uif., Weiitern, for potter liou Is quoted
hi i renN u pound, i-lrloin nt is to 2 cento;
round nt U'S I' ifiitii u pound, ennunt ln-ef i
.pioUd ut Pi to IS tent n pound, lianw KUar niroil.
(tie I j to IS i entu a pound; hrt-ukfaitt b icon b 15 t Is
ii-iiu, ('aliliiriila intnik. into r.FH,ceuiHa poiinu; Kiuuketi
boulders. H to 12'-. tint. Tripe, mtu I'junti.; pick
l'I llfN ft'it. Is.'1!! i.'iLt, (ULkU'tl lamb' tuiiifUOK are 15
teiilK jier pound. Corn beet i to Utentti. Pork
mast ik in to li cents u pound, t.lek U'lit to 15 c nts; Mtlt
puk it l to l.'S tenth a pinind; lard lo to 12S tt nth,
rouit eat u t2S tu It teuU. eul cleak. 1 to ;1i rent,
cod, Uf-y to 15 cent a pound; haddock, s to in renin a
pound: halibut, frh and moked. 20 to25eenti a ptiund:
mill huliiion, in to r," 'iU a pound, Milt iiiai-ketel, 15
to'jnienth I'odtiHh, 'i to in i-eiiU. ilerriui;, cent a
iloeen. Pike, pit ki re and bla'k Iihm, 15 tent a pound,
prev.ed penli 15 centB er n. White H-h 15 i entt. a
pound. Slmd, Mihiion trout. 1'icrnin. Hani aiitai;p,
25 i entH a pound! blood nauiat. 15 ent n iioitnd; Ms
ton Kuunre. 15 t eut; lierm.in ln'loijmi MauMitre, 12H. tn
15 t riit m; Albau wtunatie. 15 rent; hewdi he-, 15 centn.
I.tibstei-k, lKuntMU pound. ()ler: MunJutd, ci'itl
u quurt; helects .'iiiirnti. tIMe, PI to IS rentM u pound;
Uui'Vn, 2n t flit h; turken, 2 cnl
llni llnston AVboloAulu Produro 3Inrl(ot.
IJpiM.l.Ntiiov. April i.
PtUea In thu Uon'ialo inatket n unchain;,
tl. iJiiotatloiiH aro as follows :
I'KOXUiOsXtj-Uutur, lSyjW tents; ila-ee, H'ValU-i
leavening strength. U. S.
rent-., poiiifois Vi ent--. ouch, U tn i . et-: hnnnr, $1
ii r' iiusiiu t. nntin , l 1 1 ci'idv.
llKX 1 .uw, ---..in v ton; hultil. A -14.
Ilu-.t ' fat . .iititi rent I v tm-h-L tn-a-.. Whf Aim
TU; .i" ientv buikwhi'id, I'N- 1 5 i r Tit-v. benn , V - ! "i
r bushel , corn, WeMr ri.. 4 i 5n cent-. Northi rn. v ."5
Kl Hi MiihlliniTo.AlW.i22 f ton: vhortv. bran.
": i orn mini, S-t'f 21.
Mini itei i, prime. ..S tents pntnul. pruhbv, 2'v
enti; (-al i.n i.ftli i enth ap.eee.
MlMT lteef. Vermont drenw-tt. f, cpnlo t timing-
We-tern. '.,.:L. intft- tirirlr. Irt.l ., . isf.nl a-
lamb, ntri rvti drnetP ilurit. 15 en'v dn-ed;
fowN. f.( In, fi.ts hIIvp! (bliken. WVa 12 ei-ntxnllve. t1".
cents dieswd, turkri, 1 lVt.,15 ceiitn ilre-wd.
Suinmniy orCusft ConldorAd nnd Othor
Tho business diI)osc(l of in tho I'robato
Court for tbo week ending April II is as
Enhraini -Mills'sestatc. Hurlinuton. Piinfiln1-
tnont or K Ii. Taft, liunlnmon, ndmlnhtra
tor, and Henry (Jroetio and Theodore b. Pock,
Burlliujton, i omiuifionerii and appraiser,
.To'eph Haeou's i"tule, HurMnstim : rvnowal
of rointnt-ision ; appeal front lomlni'iotrs,
report bv Kdward W'tteatt of t'oh htster.
k retl II. Illhlrbtii s estate, liiehmond, will
proved. Letters testamentary granted t-i Ed-
watd ilildieth. lilehinonu, appointtnent or
Henry (iilh'tt and Albert Town. liiehmond.
commiasionors ami nppraiBer'.
Martoite II. Appleloh's estate. Uurlinton :
aiipial of K. A. Mnitb, iJrandon, from commis
sioners. Doreaa eaver's etate. cstford : nnnenl '
of Jlary K. Snylw. Fairfax, Vt., irom the al-1
lowaneo or tno will anu tnu Krautint; oi loners
Jaiiiei II. Alaeomber's Dstnte. We-Uford: an-1
peal ot administrator from ullowance of com j
hmerson J. Harris s estate. ( oithebtnr. an
rolntment of IMiehe A. Coon. (och"Htei. ail-
mini-'ttator, and .Ioh:i H. L5011, t'oicljesler,
and Holla S. Wricht, Mlltati. commisinnora
.lotd Harris'sL'-itnte. Colchester, anntdntment
of Phebe A, I'onn, KUardiati.
(Jena Belle HarrK Coichedter, appointment
of Phebe A. Coon, tfuaidian.
u llliam Andeibon s ehtate, Hurllnviton. will
proven. Letters testamentary issued to
Charles P. Smliti. Iiurllnt;ton, aitpointment oi
Sayles Nu hols and (leorKo V. lieekwith om-mis-ioners
and apprai-f r.
lieoiKO . t-urrj s estate, nc.nuriie. ncene
tosell personal estate, appointment of David
1 . Mnitn, Henry it. I'apineau ami imam 11.
Harmon of heiburnu eommiioner! to set
lofeeiili La n aba's estate. Coltdirptor. nu-
ntiintmcnt ot . A. Andrewf-. Vertrennec. truar-
1 harles . and (hauncev Downer. ill I-
toif, appointment ot E. li. Tait, Hutlinj;ton,
Uaniel U, Lake s estate, 1 nariouc, win prov
pii. Letters testamentary granted to Jane A.
Ltke, ( 'harlot te, nnd estate deueed to her aa
iarnh Miieek'n (tnte, Ihiriinston, Fettle
ment of Lcuurdlan's account.
Paul Brtinclle'-. estate. -5Iilton, erttlemcnt of
executor' acroum. a
r rani-is Let Mali-8 ese, Colchester, licence
to deed ie.il estate.
Daniel W. Taylor's estate, Colchester, nn
rointineut of Stephens .1. Taylor, Colchu-der,
.St rah S (.'rane'rt estate. Butlinston. ap
1 ointment of D. (. Crane, Hurlingtou, admin-l-trator.
rrr.NAs Kntvrcil into n-t, April 4th. 10,
Susun I'utliani. widow of tlie late litis tmith,
aat'd 'JO years :! nionths and !l daj -.
Vtmin. At Hartford. April :!. Tedrlc.
only -on of Mr. and -Mrs. Alfred V.. WaUoa,
iiL'cd i months. ilny..
Wodii.-In Wllli-ton, March 10. 3Ir.
l.aura .M. XV i od, of I'lu'iuiionia.
CuoMiiiK.- On April 4tb, Kli.a I'atton, wifr
of the late .lolin Cromliie, in lier K.M onr.
Kn.T(i.v.--In Lincoln, March -.1, Harriet
(iiosn Kelton, nurd .11 jenrF.
li (il i.CM. iS this t it , April 7, Mniy A.
McQueciifj, iiueil 15 je.iis and .s months.
Mi:i:cii. At llnawa. Iowa. March 111. I'm,
Sylvia Dean, wtfunf the late William T. Meet h,
formerly of HinesburKh. Vt.. iiRcd Tl years.
Clcorc . Curry's 12(iitc.
sT ATK UK Vr-IIMONT, I The Honorahlo the
pisthiit or i iiit'tn nr.v. I I'rohato Court, tor
the Diftrict of ( hitifnilen.
To tlm hells and alt per-ons Intort'stcd In the
rstato of (iinw W. Curry, late of Miclbume,
ill said district, deceased.
Whoreas, ajiplication hath Wen made to
this Court in wntinuti) the admlni-trator of
said eatato prnyini,' lor license and autUniity to
sell tho whole of leal estate of said defeased,
for tbr payment of del ts and charges of ad
ministration sr ttini; forth therein the amount
of debts due from a.iid deceit si d, the charges
ot administration anil amount of pcisonal es
tate and the situation of the ie.il estnie.
Whereupon, the said Court appointed and
nssiiinoil tho :Mli day uf April. lMni, at the
I'roteitt' Court H(Mims, In said district to hear
and del ido upon sa.d application and petition,
and ordered public notices thereof toteRiven to
all persons iuteresttd thfin bypubllslnnK' d
order, together with the time and iilat e of hear
InK.threo weeks silu tssive.) in tbe Darlington
l-'iee 1'res.s, a ne.si.iper which circulates in
the nciithbnrliood uf those porsons Interested
ill snlil estate, all hlch piihlications shall bo
previous to tint day ii'slciio I for bearing.
Therefore, ) oil nrelieteby notitlcd tn appear
befoio said Com t. at the time anil place as.
sinned, then and there In said Court, to mako
jour objection to the granting of such license,
if ou see cause.
lilveu under my hand at the rrouato Uotirt
Hooins tills ,1th daj of April. IM".
41,!lw .H:XIK STACV. Ucuisten.
O. XV. CtiiT.v's Kstato.
We, tlin sitbscrllicrs, bavins" been appointed
bv tho Honorable the 1'iobate Court tor the
District of Chittenden, Comnilsioners to re
ceive, t x imine and adjust the claims ami de
mands ot nil pi rsous against the estate of
(i. W. Curry, late of Mielhiiriio. in said
district deceased, aud also all chums and dc
inatins exhibited in ollset tliett to; and si
nionths Irom the da of ibe il.nu
hereof, belni; allowed by said Court tor
that piirHise, we dn therefore hereby
(,'tvo notice that we will attend to tho
business of our apimlntmetit. at the Moro
of the deceased, in fhelhitrno Kails. N t.Chit
tonden county, on the fourth tucsda.sof April
and October iibvi at 10 o'clock a. in. ou each of
Datetl this '.lltli day of March, UW.
IIKSUX 'iT.'i'Al'lN CAU 1 t'o.ninl-inncrs.
l.aura Sloll llstllte.
Til, nniterrilir ntsl. linvimr been antiolnted bv
tlio Hon.. l'robate Court for tho District of I
(irand Isle I'OMMISMONEHS to receive, ex.1
iiiulnn and nd.tust all claims and demands of
all per-ons ngmiiht the estate of l..iura Mott,
lute of .south Hero. In said District, defeased,
and all claims exhibited in olfset tin rcto,
hereby nlve notice tjiat we will meet lor tlie
purposes aforesaid, nt the ns.d nce of.li rouio1
r. flail, in raid south licit), on the a th day of I
April nnd -iiddaj of August next, from U '
o'clock n. m. until !1 o'clock p. tu., each of said I
dins, ami that sii inoiiths from thoTth day of
Febrimrv. A. D. IStKi. Is the time limited bv
said Court for bai.l i iiilitois to preseut their
claims to ut for examination and allowance.
Dated at . south Hero, Vt., this day of April,
A. D, lb'.m.
.1. 1'. HA I l)
11. D. AI...KN. Coiuuiliflonei'3,
Gov. Report, 1889.
BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK,
CIIAKICUKU in i:r.
llriiiislto Jan. J, 1UUO,
Siiriilu. - - -
K3.1 M.TOT.l 1
nu. : h. il
Totnl ABirtl, ... !i.-J!M. U . J
I'.cci'lves nnd pny deposits rliiu !" .
mnilc uti tir Ifloo tlie 4t li of iiiiv in. 1 u"
ititi rest friim the If. If mn If .1 1 1 c it
Intuiust ill commi-ncu tlif i.-loli!,. ,
mu mailt). Intcruit will I" -r lit. 1 . , -li'isiturs
.l.'inuiii v lt ii n.l .I'll Ui. ' .1 , .
nil Iwlrc n yonr. 'I lit n an- tin st.,, , I, , i
in tins hank. Ml tl.i' i nn n s, Ii-- i m n
hclonic to rlepnsitf.r 1 1 . . - ia -1 (( ii.'-r.- -pcmls
mi ibi cnrni:i-. ;nl Ua ar.ni I. . n t
per cpnt t'i pit i-;it.
For thf lu-t 1 1 ii jcurs I'm rtto of inter
lias been i p i . c.n n ir.
AIMnxo- nm pai-l tn . hp l..i:ik "ii ! .-tt
'of $liii or 1p a. Ii''"-iih iro Im .ii ! 1 ' v
to 5. and net mtir.t vill .j.- j .u .(
miti in rM'tj oi tl.'s ouh . ,. (,iii,
Kit h. wilmi" or h nil, hIimh i .. ,
t'M'l'lltors;, KH.-ivillan. t" I'ltflou cr ri' iu-. . 4
Institutions or on tru-t luiuls i.up j-itf ! u- ..r
dur of court.
'I'liis bank prefers Vpi-mrjl ct i-i:ic- .j
investment of tutvls an i ..n is ',o -i. . j
nut of the Mllto imt.l th i nine d. -n r , .,
met. C. F. W.iKl), n r
i 'Trt a r.
THE GREAT ENGLISH Y
Fnr Ltvcr HII". itK uffMii. rtr 1 w fr -i r
eut'y , contain-s miv i i n irtta-l 1 . - v
All out of toun stu-
tlcilts nf t Ijm
And Sd'ool of"liort liai ' an ' '
hae tlie btn-tlt of tryiiiT imiii,
other pri ilLV." "f th H..nv
Lliristian association rr ut i y n
eationul adviintaKeH ot t c t l,ci. .
at least outlay in tim. i m".n
llmisfs supplied with . o: i vt m
and stciiorupher-. l or c. i i.
C'iim:i.i. .V Lit ii it ., ' 'o le.
hany, N. V.
.siiepfiixii. A! i . V irih !
(icntlemun: 1 lime u- d one 1 . t:
your Yucca and find n lern'oi
Imirin i c i utj. For promntnu
growth ou prnl cctinu' It from iiilini
1 hate found nothinu' as -oil. Vi
feticccsb to your ton . 1 n mnn..
Youia rcsj ei tint .
I l.i il. HIE WU
T Price SI. six bol.'.cs Si. .-ol '. b
druggists or YL'UA (JO.. 5urlin.
Velora Klmer, my wife, has left r" d m '
board nnd I forbid any pel gnu I ,.r
triftim; her in my name, for I h.i.! . i , .'
any of her debts after this date
I.. F. Kl.'.f '..
Watcrburj, Vt.. March 'M. I'-'-O
My foil, ThaddeiiK Willev. ltli '..no 1
1, imeil IT cais, wore a blue coat ' a I r .
and lined with small cheeKi d i'..u,n.
all wool'n n striped pants, mj ami
witu lore pu tv torn, noots cuar-t " I
yarn miiteiis. if any one ba- st -r
know cf sin-li a b.. oicase write a . i i
jioor. biokeii-lj .irted motlitr i i
whereabouts. C'oiue Loine Ti i
ANN Will. ,
Shoiiitrn. Vt.. April :. In 0. ' '
"West M Street Rail-wry Co.
Third Annual Sale,
i GOO MORSES
will bo .iH'-i i-.l at prva'f -a s
stables, .'KM Wft.iin.;tnn St.. in
Thursday, April '24, 1SOO.
Thoe remaining unsold uill b" d -, t
on that i'.ate to the ii.itii. i. i
Stilt! tO C'OIIMIIIMICO ill ') .1. 111.
and to continue from da toci. i i an
K. H. MO.N'Ks, lien'; M i.n- r.
The larget library in the w.'Kl
Ituporinl "t Paris contaiulug -v?r i ' 1 I
Wo wnnt you to bo sure nml tr- a rtr ot
Wo don't oxpoct you wid want uu tn 'D
if they do not prove the liest you ev r w r
Wo will lenvo il for yon to den 1 . 1
I eiueinber their advantages for Mvu V
Youths, Women, 31iies mid CTitidi en.