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MIDDLEBURY, VEKMOOT, OCTOI3ER ri, 188G.
21 ttbblcbnry -Kegistci.
MiiMir.uitruv, - - vkumoat
Entcrtil nt the Mithlhhnry I'oitnjlct 11$ Secont)
E. H. THORP, Editor and Manngor.
Tliree Montbs -
Advertl-bui Uutc. on uppllcntlmi.
tfS-Afler thls dute pupers wlll not lio dl
eontiiiucd ut tlic cxplrutiun oftho tinu- imltl
lor, nnle-s notiee i (ilven ut the tlnio ofMib
crlptinn nr before the suli'-eription e.Nplrc.
Inle .-neh notiee ls tilvt-ti tlu iMp'r wlll lf
coiitlinuMl to rc-poii-lble peiM.ns till tlicy re-pu-t
its dl-contlmiaiice. uml puy p H r
rcuruscs. Thls -ecins the be-t pliin, nnil wlll
be adliered to in the comtnct of thls pupcr
.Toii Pmstisii of evcry vnrlety nt tlic lowcst
prices consi-tcnt wlth yood work nnd .piulity
FUIDAY, OCTOisKl! S, 1SS0.
Ovek onc thouand delegates are nt
tending tlic annual convciition of the
Khights of Labor whieh opened at Itk-ti-nioiid,
Va., on Monday.
THE annual inecting of the Ainerican
lloard of roinini-ioners for Koreign Ml
sions is bolii; held thi wcek at I)e
IMoines, la. A Ijir Hght i expeetcd when
tlie q,uestion of ereed fjtialilicatioii' of
eandidates for ini-sIon work cnine- up
for dieu--ioii. The eoncrvatlve iarty
are said to be in tlie acendant.
JlA.lOI! fillot'T, the speaUer of the
Houe of reireeiitative. wlll, UU friend- l
lielieve. inake a very aeceitablc iire-iding
ollleer. 'L'he mild sttiiiiurt he rocelved
lroiu tlie uiiti-Kdinund- puper augur.-wellforhi-
freodoin frcnn the inlhicnee
that have soinetiine- had a good deal to
do wlth the choice ol iieaUer and alo
with hi loinp; after elcetiou.
Tlir. lirc-ent M'--iou ot the legi-lutiire
nroniiH' to he known to po-tcrity a the
"dry"eion of 1880. Seven ollieer-, Knglainl State-, Ma-saeliu-etts and New
inelnding SherilV Itarton ol C'hitteiideii j 1 Ianip-liire. alter trying both -y-tein-eotmtv,
raided eyen Montpelier rnni- I " adopted the town -vMeni
, , ' , . . ... , . , ftir all tlie town-. Maine, Ithode l-land
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amount ot tno ardent. lt is not onen i
that Montpelier attempts to enforee the
law, and when it doe homc talent wn
not to be eipial to tlie ta-k.
Leotures for Farmers.
Mr. V. W. I'ooke, profe--or of agri-
cnlture at the rniversity of Vermont and
State Agrieultural eollege, Ihirlingtoii,
aiiiiounees that his departnicnt i- cqtiip-
peu lor active wori; anu say :
It i desired by the university that thi
departinent comc into elo-e relationhip
with the tanners of the State, and that
it shall be as niuch as possible a bureait
of information through whieh tlie larm
ers can gain aeecss to tlic latest praetieal
and experiniental work done 111 other
jiarts of tlie world. The personal work
of thc dep.'trtinent will be two-fold;
throughout thc State and at the universi
ty. The flrst will be a series of lcetures
on agrieultural topics delivered in the,
soveral eounties of the State; the seeond
will be a "Farmers' Cour?e" of leetures
at (he university. The leetures will he
delivered by thc faeulty of the university,
with ,ueh help from specialits outsidc
as may he found desirable.
Sueh' coures as are proposcd would
uudoubfedly be of great utility if they
nnnlil t .ivtl I nttn.wl...! If tlm fitrmiira
wish to prolit by the agrieultural luncl
...1.1.1. !. n.li-nrctt.f !(. tl.ul' itlllt
...... n.T, ii.i.l iu
tlicir part. '1 Jie best posBtble seliooi ls
of 110 use unless it has pupils, and so
tnoc cour.-es eanuoi ue 01 niueii avaii
unless those for whose beneflt they are
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The Sohools of Vermont.
In anotber coluuili will be found a
iiost interesting letter from a St. .lohns
mry eorrespondent of thd Xcw Voik
uvenlng l'ot. It contalns soiue start
ing faets, whieh are not pleasant rejd
ng, jierhaps, but necd to bc kuown. If
t Is true, as this writer avers, that thc
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ij.iu 11. t .i .ui iLuiH.iiutun ...1.. ui.at.j n
oiiicthlng should he done about lt, aud
Iu thls coniieetlou it is worth whllc U
ive iuu ugures coiiccrunig iue scnoois
f our owu couiity us coutaincd iu the
lennial report of .SuH.rintendent of Ed
eatiou Dartt, whieh has just bcu
sueu. jii J6S4-&.) tne nuiiiucr 01 eoni-
.... ci'l.r.nlc lit A.lilic... .....itv wnc 1R7-
. 1 1 .11-- .... i
tending sehool, 5030; dlil'crcnt male
achers euiployed, 3(i; dltlerent femalu
1 .10 1 ..c 1.
aujier& ciupiuj eu, t , uiiijiuci ui leat'Ji-
s who had attended a Vermont uoruial
hool, 32 ; nuinber of teaehcrs who were
-aduatcs of a nornial sehool, 16; num-
C . I 1 . . I . 1 . 41
enty weeks of sehool, 21 ; nuinber of
i, 0; nuinber of sehools havlng niore
.in slx scholars but not niore tlian
twclve, HO; wholo aiiiount expended for
sehool iiurposes, 810,017.00.
The llgures for are as follows :
Xtunber of eoininon sehools, 108; terms
of sehool. I.iS; di.l'ercnt seholara nttcniV
ing sehool, iV)57; dillerent male teaehcrs
eniployed, IS ; dlll'crcnt female teaeher
euiployed, 275; litiniber of teaehcrs who
had attended a Vermont nornial sehool,
nuinber of teaehcrs who were giudu
ates of a nornial fehool, l.; whole
aiiiount uxiiended for sehool inriioes,
'l'hee .tatitiL' how a niitnber of
things that deniand attentlon, .oneh a:
I. Tcnehers are very fi-equently
ehaiif;ed. In lSSI-'S.'i It requlred Itill
diilereiit teachers in the 187 -ehools of
tlic eonnty; and in .TJ.'i In 1HS
H'hools. Snrely .-o niinierous ehaiif;e.
eannot be eondnelve to thc niost ell'eetivc
work on the iart of either teaehcr. or
piinilx. Eaeh niURt beeonic thoroiighly
aeijiiainted wlth the other in order to the
II. Uur nornial chool ainotint to
very little iiraetieally. Jhit ls of thc
teaeher.s einiiloyed in the eonnty in lsssi
'; were graduates of theiu or of any
nornial sehool ; in lSS."i-'iSiJ thc nninbor
was btit 13. The total eost to the State
of the nornial pehools for 18S4-'S5 was
8S22IJ ; for lSS.'.-'Sli, 87SS-1. Duriiif; lsy 1
Vi ;t(i!i of the 12.").' dltVerent teaeher? in
the sehools of thc State were grudmitcs
of nornial sehooU ; duriiiK lSS.I-'Sii 107
of thc -llliS teaehcrs were gradnates of
lt U thc oiilnion of very niany of the
ino't proininent edneator that an ini
lirovenient of thc sehools generally ean
be bronjrht abont only throiiyh the adop
tion ot the town vstein thronshont the
State. Mr. Dartt hiniself iiif.'gest- it in
the reiiort to whieh we have referred,
and -avs of the workln of the systein.
l!y reiiorts giveli herewith it will be
een that in town where the systeni ha
been tried. with bnt one or two exeen-
tbe sehools have imnroved very
lnitoh lroin what they were betore tlie
ehaiiire. Theii- i-: 110 niore imiiortant
eall, 110 fjreater deniand iresinf; npon
the 1 pleot Vermont at thl time tlian
lhi one for niore ellieient eoiiiinon
-ehoid-. and exin'iienee witli the town
v.tem for lonrtei'ii year -hows eonelu--lvely
that lt wonld "pnt 11- in tlie way of
KeiMirhif; theni. II other te-tiniony tlian
Ibe experii'iiee ol town-1 in onr nwii State
i- nenled, theie i abnndanceot it. .Mo-t
of tlie Xorthern State- have -ome nioili-
; tli-.'ilion of tbis -v-lrin. Ot tbe New
, ..,. ,.,st ,,... l0
In view of all that ha been said and
aseertained, it behoove- tbe people ot
the State to aet in thi- matter of -ehooN,
or it wlll fall bebiiid snrroundlng State
in tlie edueation of its yonth. It is to
be lioned that thc nrcseiit se-sioii of the
lt.jrM.ltu,.(; win ,10t without a move-
inent in the rlght direetion.
.I0I111 II. Know les of North Ferri'burgh
ha lately been granted a pcnsion ot four
dollars a inonth.
(iov. llarrisou and fainily of Connecti
cut are sji;nding a lew days at the Lake
Dunmore Houe, Salisburj-.
Mr. (.eorge II. Owen ot llutlaud has
returned from Gerniany. Ile is a gradu
atc of this eollege and wcntabroad to es-tabli-h
a sehool for Amcrieans.
The Senate connnittee on lisheries, of
whieh Senator Kdniunds Is a membcr, is
at Gloucester, Mass., takiug testimony
regarding the reeent troubles with the
Change of Time.
A new time-table went into ell'eet 011
the Rutland division of the Central Ver
mont on Monday last. The priueipal
change is in the morning traln uortli,
whieh now goe at 0.50, iustcad of 7.50,
111 order to aeeminotlate .Montpelier jia
ellgels, who ean start from homc at a
reasouable hour aud reaeh the .-eat of
goveriiinent at about one. o'cloek p. m.
The night express i-outh gets herc 15
ininute earlier tlian before, or at 10.03.
The tline of other trains is unehanged so
far as this etation is eonccrned.
The New York Exoursion.
The indieatioiis are that a largc nuinber
from this town and vieinity will go to
New York 011 the exeursion of Tues-
day ncxt, Oct. 12. This ls thc only New
York exeursion tlie Bennington & liut
land rallway will rnn tlic prcsent season.
Fare for the round trip from liutland,
83; from Middlebury, prohably 1.35
Kxcurtiionists must go to lEiitland 011 thc
mail traln nt 0:50 o'eloek TueMlay niorii
ing. Tiekcts permlt exeur.sionists to re
turn 011 any boat of tlie Cltizcns' llne up
to Monday night, Oct. 18, and from Troy
to Kutland on any traln up to Tuesday
night, Oct. 10.
tJETTER LATE IHANINEVER-
During the scsslon of thc Cnited States ! 1 'alks around thu cells to take tho
courtatljutlaiuj, Wednesday, ,,avid I jft" & """o? .S,
Blair of Hancock appeared and wimted 1 85553.40 less tlian the two previousyenrs.
to be naturall.ed. In answcr to fpies-! The siiperlnteiident, K. V. Oakes, rc
tions hc said heeaniefrom Seotland when 1 l'orts that the Ineome of the prlson has
two or three years old and had voted for ;;Irlaf'-,,3M a'"1 ,h,,t l,K'rc l,re 88 Vrh'
27 years witliout Kiiowing tnat lie
not a eitlzen.
DEATH OF Motion.
Jlr. .loseph Uattell's well-known Ptal
lion, Motion. record 2 :2fl, son of Danlcl
I.anibert, died 011 the 6th inst. of eplpot
'J'he annnal gaine by the students of
the eollcfje comc oll' at the couiity fair
grottmls at 2 :30 o'cloek thls afternoon.
Aihniasion is frec. Thesports areas fol
lowt : Unc hnndred yards dash, 220 yards
daeh, one-fourth nille rnn, one-half mile
rnn, one niilo rnn, flvc nillc rnn, rtitmlitr
broadjump, standiiif; broad jnnip, run
ning hl;h jmnp, standlni; hlli jnmp,
etandiiif; three jinnp; hop, skip and
jnnip; jiolo leaiiing, hlgh kiek, pnttiiif;
10-lb. hot, ttiK of war '70 vs. '&0.
Toniorrow afternoon at 2 o'eloek will
be played 011 the eollege ground a game
of ba-e ball by the freshinen nincsof tlie
L'niveisity of Vermont aiul this eollege.
An adinisMoii fee of 13 eenta wlll be
eharired to defrav oxnenses of the vUlt-
. FnUIT AND VEtlETinLCB.
Onc of Mr. Martin O'C'onnor'sheiis the
other day lald an egg that compared fa
vorably wlth the achievenients of bird
whose doings have been rceordcd.
Thcre was bronght to this olllce, Mon
day, a spray froui a raspberry bnsh that
bore a nuinber of rijie berries and othcrs
jnst eoining to matnrity. It was from
the garden of Mr. AVin. Kyle, where a
tlne erop of green peas was to be seen
before the late severe frot.
Mr. Cha. ltruya thls season raised
from one mall Karly l'ose potatoe eight
pouna and tlve onnee of tlne tnbers.
All of theni were ot largc ize, and onc
wcighed two poiind" andan onnee. Tliere
were nine of theni. They Aere not hoed
or eultivated, and the eed wa planted
very deep, to whieh lattcr faet the grow-
erattribut" lii- iiiece. ,
jlr. .1. .1. Manney lia onr thank for 1 seriptiire naine (piiekly widened tlie di
very tlne -peeinien-of King (f Tonipkins tanee between him-elt and tbe qiiadru
County a)iile-. He rai-ed tliree barrel- ped of the genn- (V.mw, and a he llew
of theni 011 tliree mall treoi at hi" homc I donbtle-- he faneied thc mx fore-teeth in
in Eat Middlebury. Thev are verv I the wild bea-t's uppcr jaw and thc six
large eveu lor thi- variety.
Vermont Sheep in Australia.
In 1SS1 Mr. V. Ilich of liiehville sohl
for exportation to .Vustralia four yearling
ewes and two yearling rams. The ranis
died troin the ell'eets of the dipping tlicy
reeelved at iiuarantine 011 their arrival.
Mr. Alex. Maefarland, the purehaser of
tbe aninials, writes Mr. Uieh from hi
lionie iu Seotland, uuder date of Septeni-
ber21. The niaterial portion of thc let
ter is priuted below. It hov that Ver
mont sheep are iu deniand the world
over and euiupcte ueec.-slullv witli the
best of other laud. Jlr. Iraelarland
I ain surc you will be as pleaed to
learn as 1 aui to eoinmunieatc, that the
ewe I bought lrom you in 1883, exliibited
hy our lirin at the Oeniliijuiu l'atoral
1111I Agrieultural sliow, lield at Denlli-
qiiui, .New fcoutli ales, Oii tlie 22.1 of
luly last, bore oll tlic soeiety s tlrst and
ehainpion prizc as the best ewe in the ex-
lubitiou. tlie ni'iiUUjuhi sliow is one of
tlie largest and mot iniportant held In
Australia of sheep. My partner, Thoui
as Hrown (our llrin is 'i'liomas llrown ifc
Co., Tupjiall), writes in great spiritsof,
hcr victory, and thc more deplores vfie'
cruel mlsfortunc whieh overtook the rest
of my purehase from you in being killed
In ijuarautine at Sydney. At thc same
sliow w e also bore oll" several other priz.es
witli deseeudants of Ameriean Merinos
bred with our Autralian .Merinos. The
blend promises well. I only wish the
ports were agaiu open, that I might re
jieat niy vlit and possibly rcplaee tlie
sheep we lost. I was lu Australia in thc
early part of this year, and felt niueh iu
tercsted iu thc appearanee of niixed
progeny 011 our estate. They were all
then niueh deiuessed and siillering from
severe droutli and low priees of wool.
l'ain ha sinec tallen in abuudauee and
wool taken a vcrj ileeidod start, whieh,
lt is to be hoped, may hold for some
The Late Eleotion.
Ollleial llgurcs of tlie vote at the State
elcction, from tlie seeretary of state, are
as follows :
Orin-bi'ii (liep,) :I7,70
,-huitk'ir (l).'Mi.) 17,l-:l
M-eiy irro.j iiii
SuatU'iiliK 1 r
Kupiilillctiii niiijorlty, 1M17.
Itepubllcan niiijorlty, ,"1S.
Grout (liep.) lS.I'.V,
I'.il.-oin (l)ein.) l,17(i
Itcpublicnn majorlty. 10,t43.
State Offioers' Reports.
Tlie rejiort of the ollleers of the .State
nrison at Windsor for the yeors lS8.r)-S0
has just been issued. The dlreetors re
port that they tlnd cverytliliig in a very
satlsfaetory eonditlon, the prlson econ-
ouiieally managed and tbe weltarc ot tlie
nrlsoncrs propcrly seen to. Theyreeoin-
I IIICIKt tlie COUStrilCtlOll Ot Iroll StillrS tO
Aeeording to the aniiual report of the
State ln-jpcctor of lhianee the wliolc iium -
her of (lcposltors in all the savlng hanks
and trut eonipanies in the State 011 .Innc
30, 1880, wa 40,433, an lnereae dnrlng
thc past year of 2075, and belng 30K!
niore tlian tliere were two years ago.
There was to the eredit of sneh deposit
ors $14,253,003.47, showing an inerease
in ainonnt of dejioslts dnrlng the past
yearof 8354,731.84, and In the past two
year of 8520,771.04. Of the total anionnt
of depolts In the dlllerent savings banks
and trnst eoinpanies 811,807,050.(!0 be
longs to depositors livlng in the State, an
lneieao of 8500,501.10 as over 1S85, and
of $572,835.01 over 1884. The ainoimt
belonging to non-reideiits ls 82,354,
00(1.78, a dccrease of 841,802.32 overlS85,
and of 840.211.00 over 1884.
Benoni meets a Blaok Bear,
viiii.i: (iATiii'.iiixo l(;l(SIlAi.,,
On Thursday of lat week a inan of
nilddle age, who'e nervous eonditlon in
dieated that he had recently cxperienecd
soino unn-ual exciteiiicnt, inade lils ap
pearanee at thc northerly end of Sllver
Lake jnst as the shades of nlght were
falling. 11c einerged from the woods
'tirronnding thc Silver Lake llonse,
whieh statids 011 011c of tlic ridges of thc
Green Monntaina, and was mct by Mr.
Krank Chandler, the proprietor, who
klndly inade inquiry as to hl nanic and
condition. His naine, hc said, was Be
noni Sniith, and hi time at thls season
of the ycar was occnpied in the eareh of
"ging-shang." To iirove the correefness
of hl stateinent he lifted from his shonl
der a eanva-bag, opened it anddisplaycd
a eolleetion of root, together with a tlne
speeltnen of the Araliti iniinqupfnUu. 15e-
noni remarkcd also that he had experl
cneed an extra strain 011 mind and body
dnring the afternoon, for he had di
tnrbed the ineditations of a bear, blaek
as the aee of -pade and eqnally as dan
geroii. ISriiin, who wn roaming thro'
the fore-t at tbe -ontherly end of the
lake, had evidently dlned, and thereforc
ihowed 110 iiiclliiation to niangle the at
irighted intrnder. Our hen with tlie
grindei's in tlie lower jaw were likely any
mouient to elose upon him. llappily our
worthy lriend e-eaped to narrate his cx
lierienee, and, having liad lood and sbel
ler lively ollered, lie soon regained eom
iosure. A eouple of huge plne log- bla
ing iu an open tireplaee, with other eoin
forts in pro-pcetive. iironipted him to
dilate upon the nierits of tlic exogenous
plaut whieh was known to him only a
" Kiiif-s.li.111. The ginseng abouuds
where there are bas-wood. beech and
buttcrnut trees, aud the proper time to
gather it is in tlie autuuiu. The stalk
has tliree branebes with tive leaves to
eaeh braneh, and it bears a bean-shaped
berry, whieh when ripe is red. The root
has a pleasant aromatic taste aud eom-
mands a high jniee iu the market, al
though not greatly cteeined Iu this I'oun
try for its niedielnal (jualltlcs. It is ex
)iorted to China, wlierc it al-o grows,
ind the t'hine-e are iniprcs.sed with the
belief that it eures almost all tlie llls to
whieh llesh is heir. C. V. 1).
A Promise Fulfilled.
A little niore tlian a vear njro we pub-
llshed in tliese eoljiinns a notiee of tho
diseovery of Sherfdaii's Condition I'ow-
ler to niaKe nens jay. in maktng tnat
aniiouucemcut we relied wholly upon the
eharaeter and reputation of tlie lnanufau-
turers. To our owu niinu, ut that time,
tlie idea of inaking hens lay the year
round by artitieial or any other means,
seeined absurd, but we have since learned
that it ean bc done. The notiee alludcd
to above attracted unlvcrsal attcntiou,
and tliousands ot people, while not be
lleving that Slieridan's I'owder eould
aecomplish all that was elaimed for lt,
thought it was at least worth a trial.
Thc trial was niade during Dceeiuber,
.lanuary and February. Xo other inoiiths
eould have been seleeted whieh would
have given this I'owder so severe a test,
for everyhody who keeps hen kuows
that they wlll not lay during tliese
months exeejit iu rare eases. ltut the
reatilt of this trial was most satistaetory
and eouehislve. lluudrcdsof those who
made the trial reecived from 18 to 24
eggs er hcn pcr muiith, whlle many onc
egg a day from eaeh hen. Thc priee of
eggs during Deeember, .lanuary and Feb
ruary last, averaged 30 to 35 eents per
ilozcn. Tlius it will be seen that a very
few hens eaeh laying an egg a day would
support a rinall lamily. I. S. Johnson tt
Co., of 22 Custoin llousc Strcet, Hoston,
Mass., have just publlshed a book cntitlcd
"roultry Itaising Ouide," priee 25 eents.
Tliey will, however, inail it post jiaid to
any person scndlng 00 eents for two 25e.
jiaeks of .Slieridan's l'owders or 81.20
for a 2 1-2 lb. tiu ean. Tnls booU eon-
taius full and eomplcte lustructlous how
to niakc mouey iu the buslncss. Scnd
for it. You eannot make n mistake. Adv.
Sovon 3Por Oont
Tha Fannsrs' L:m Trust Companj.
I'Hpltnl S'iti00. 4iiiaraulrr StOO,OIM).
Chu bo lnul tipon uppliratlon to
Jii.Il'u Eyiiuui K.Kimpp, Mlililkiblliy,
Flrst Nutioiml Ilniik, Montpelier,
li. S. Oowlny, CasUlur Veriuont Nutioiml
(i. It. llottniii, Casliler Ilnxter Nnt'l llank,
F. E. llrlfcrgs, Cuoliler Flrst Natlonnl llank,
It. II. lladluy, C'UbliU r Nutioiml llank ol II..
And lew Ciuliler N'u t ioiu.I lluuk ol
' wuter etreet
iio-lon tuncu M DevoMi-lilie Hreet iin.l '.'0
HENRY J. NELSON
OKFKUS TIIK 11E&T Ol'POKTl'XITY OK TIIK
SEAfcON TO m'YKHS OF KlltST.CbAS
llts inasinlHeont tock of new fall stvles ts
coiiipl.'tu, 1 1 1 cl 1 1 i 1 1 tr ull tlitngft ti-ulul, oiiui.
tueiilnl nnil tmll-pon-aijlv, 111
STYLI3H FALL AND WINTER GOODS
AltE NOW IN sTOCK.
Tho prices tell,
Thc quality sells.
ALL FREIGHT PREPAID
To niiv rallr.ind -tatlou lu Addison eot.nty on
all bllls aiiiountni.u' to over ten dollar..
HENRY J. NELSON,
Burlington, - - Vermont.
ASSORTMENT OF NEW
Fall anil Winier Gccd:
SEAL PLUSH GARMENTS,
nnd finally .anything in tho
garmentline for Ladies, Misses
Wc aro also ablo to show you a
largo line of
Blaek and Colored
7'oXmrot m ,
IX ALL COLOltS,
All wo nsk is for you to inspect
Goods and Prices befoio Luying.
GE0. H. KINSLEY,
in rm'ncii sTiti:i:T,
ATTOItXKY AND COL'XPEI.OIt.
Olllee 1 11 Tuppur's Jllock.
"V7 H. KINQSLTJY,
t'p-taliM In Allen lllock.
Ollk'U llOIIIH lroin II 11. 111, till A p. m.
g W. JUDD,
Miimifaoturef nud dealer In all klnds ot
AJIKIMCAX AND FOKKIC.NMA1M1LE,
oi:anitk VOI!K, ETC;
Wlth Old Middlebury Murblc Co.
ltiiToN, Vt ,
IX HIS OEF1CE DAIIjY
unless cnlled nway. CoiTespon.lcnce caro-
lully nttendcd to wlien -tainp N tnc1oeil.
E. MELLEN, D. D. S.,
Ullleo liours, s to 1! a. 111., 1 to 5 p.
over Frimk A. Fnrnsworth's store,
l.iiUKliiiiK kiis adinintutcri'il.
JAMES J. FAY,
Klnnk llook 11 !iiitir.ctiii'lii.
l'aprr niled to order. Itlank llook. Kc-bound.
lirTI.ANI), . VT.
GEOKOE II. WltKillT
.tii: or Vkumont,
! Addl-oii t'oiintv.
1 ls C'n wcnnv.
Whi'reiih. (Je.irue II. Wrlirlit of Weybridge.
in .-uld emmty, lias 111. d lil. petltinii ln sald
cimrt a.'ain-t I.tdlier Wules nt lioelie-trr, ln
tlie -tate of New York, M'ttliur tortli tlint .ald
I.utber on tbe -'Otb duv ol Feliruarv, 157'.', ex
eeuted to Miimiel o. Wiluht of -uld Wey
bridge, II HllirtKllKe deed of eeltulll 1:01.1 nitll
llte lu xulil Wevlil ldt;.'. de-cl llpe.l :l- follows, It
lieinix ull lnv rlKlit, tltle mid bttere-t lu aud to
tnv tnth.T. lleitl'V Wnle- Mille .lt -:li.l Wev-
bridi;.;, deeeu.-ed) .'tule, e.ilituinbiL' lu all
-onie two bundred un.l forty ueres, wlth 11
eonditlon lor tlie l edeiuplliiu of the -uin.i on
tlie puyment ol u eertiiin uee.iiint for lnoney,
-toek.'trood iui.1 otlier iirtlcle I'ui nl-lied nild
jiild I.nther, Iberelotoie.
And settliu; l.irtb tlmt -uld -utnuel o., -lnee
tlio executlon ol -uld nioi'liru'xe, lm- n Ijned
?ald aecoiint nnd innrtir.iiri n uid (ieoisre II.,
who 1 now tlie owner ot -uld aeeount tuul
And pniyln;; tlmt -uhl ilefendiint may bo
ioreclo-ed of hi- e.pilty nt icdeniptlim ln iui.1
.-ald detendunt re-l.llti'.' witliout thls stato
-o that -iii.l lietition eannot he -erved upon
tiiui.lt is ordeied tlmt ln he re.piii ed to up.
pear on tlie tlr-t duv ot tlie ne.t -tuted terin
ot said eouit to be liol.len ut Mtildlfbury,
witbin un.l for tlie eonnty ol' A.l.li-.in, on tlm
-eeond Tiie-iluy ol Heeeniher, A. n. Itni, tliun
iui.1 tliere to un-wer to -uld petitlnn, un.l for
tlmt puip.i-e -uld petitlnner -liull eau-e to be.
piibll-lied tlie -iib-tunee ot ild lietition und
thi-order tliree weck-Mieee Ively iu llie.Ml.l
dlelmry l!e(.'i-ter, printediit Middl. lmr.v ulore--aid,
tlie lu-t ol wliieli publleiitlons to he at
leust twenty duys previou- to -uid tenn ol
Dute.l ut Middlebury, uloie-uid, tlii-.".tlidiiy
ot October, .. n. lsNl.
Kt'Ft - WAIWVIMHIIT, Clerk.
SlF.WAKT . Wll.l)-, -olleitor-. 41w:t
T1IE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE
For Immiro Hlood, Dvspcp!.., Inillcestlon,
Constipation, Ixiss ot Appetite, Illlioas.
uces, Ileadaclie, Jaundlce, Loi-sof Mem
on, 1'lles, Kmntions of tho sklu,
Ueneral Dehility, Hheiimatisui,
and all dlseascs arl-inc f roin
Disordered l.ivcr, Bow
els or Kidneyn.
UNEQUALLED AS A CATHARTIC.
MOVINO Till. noWHLI TllOHOtlOHLV,
ASI VITIIOUT l-AIN, (lllll'I.NCl Ott WBAKKESS.
Purely Vegetable, Perfectly Safe.
EASY TO TAKE.
UKSURPASSED FOR CHILDREN.
Sohl hy all Druggists.
PRICE $1. - - SIX BOTTLES $5
aiit to uiliv, ' irr
itciutatlon. anj l.a.e for u 1 n t ... ptmen
lliemelre. n e)HCitic fur t1." u u u omJitiom,
and are npeci !') .. .'d for
Laflies, CMliren & Dclicate Persoiis
Call for tlicra, Kive thtra . tiiid.nnd thciron
uieriu will piotn tlmt lt ls itl. rrauii that
whtTever iiitiociupe.f tiu)- iue u i(tt 11, o n
i.prl Ihff ..fet. miWfl a.i.l inot tttli.cui
FAMII.Y MEDICINE ty i
One I'rllrt it linie, riO IVIIrl iit evcry
IS.ttllr. l'or Sal l.y ll le.lrr.
If your Utuler Jo nut 1 a tlit'n t "e tell
hun to bem
(Hb Ku Efsi