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FHIDAY, MAltCIl 211, 188.J.
STATE OF VERMONT.
1IT T1IB (10VKK.NOR,
A I'llOOlAMATIO N.
In nrcordnnc;" witli a veneralpcj cilMoin
of onr fiitliera, it becomes uu nt tliis senson
io liitnibie ourHplvcR togotlier bol'oro
Almiirhty 3od und oonl'e?8 witli coutrilo
liiiii t! nlike our sitis and our deiipndeuee.
1 tliorefoia desitftiHte Friiiny, tlm sixtli
day of Avril. liext, as a day of fiiHtinK,
liumiliation and prayer.
Lot if ou tlnit day lay aside our seculnr
oares. and, in our plnces of worship and in
our bouies, witli devout penitence for
jinst trar.Hffrefwinns, bcseccli the Lor d to
turn froni u all tlioso evila we moat justly
Imve desprvod, and to continne to ub tlioso
I'lpasiuKS of liealtli and lilonty, jioacn and
froedom, which have so long been our
Let ub witli fnith ask Him to endow our
ruiers witli wisdom and tho peopln witli
oontent; to reward witli prent bounty all
lionpst lnbor; and to bless and preserve all
our religiotta, educntionnl and charitable
Given undpr my liand and tlie Spal of
tbe Statp, at Sliplburn, this 3lot day of
March. A. 1). 1N8H.
By the Kovernor: JOHN L. BARSTOW
G!ko. W. Walks.
Secretary of Civil and Militnry Afrnirs
IrQEniiftration to tliis country i6 do
crcasing. Only .'10.003 imniigraiits ar
rived in this country durinp; January
and Kubruary of tliis yoar against -lO.TIiG
durinr tlio concspondinr; tnontlisof 1882.
In 18S1 the number was 2S.200.
fgp T.ondon and all England is con
ecrued in regard to tlio licallh of Quccn
Victoria, wlio fell on the stairs of tho
palnce at Windsor, Saturday, and re
ccived injurlos wliich may prove serious.
Builetius nrc issued by her physioians at
frequent intcrvala and are road by anx.
"Fo!loving closcupon tlieiuarriago
of cx-Oov. Spraguo of lihoile Island
coinps an atteinpt on tho part of so-call-ed
indcpcndents to maUe lilm governor.
They will probably fail of success, for
liis rcputation is noiie of the best eithcr
as a statesman, business nian or oitlzen.
He inhurited a fortunc, and lost it; in
tho United States Senate he showcd liim-
splf unwortliy of tho posltion. while hlf
good naiiie h.is beon scrioiuly damaged
in othcr direetions.
K?' TCx-Second Assistant rostmastei'
Genoral Brady lias been under exaiuina-
tion in the Star-routo trial at Washington
tliis wcek. Ilis tp&tiinony is made ti
chiefly of dcnials of the charges brouglit
against liiin. On Tucsday, liowever, hc
did admit that he wrote the so-ealled
"gingor"' lptter, in which lie asks Con-
tractor Walsh for $25,000. Brady liad
prcvlously testified that lie liad had
nothing in paiticular to do with VTalsh
r.nd tliis admission is regardod as damag-
ing to Bnviy's case.
SWe nublish clsewhero a com
luunication froiu Priniipal Mead of the
Gradod school, proposing to establish
ancvening school. It is to ho hopcd
his geiierous otl'er to teaeh those who
may desiro instruction will be accepted.
fhere are unqucstionably raanj' young
meu in tlie village who lackcd early op
jiortunities of luarnini, or who ncirlcct
cd the chances they did havo, that
uow fecl tho noed of elomentary eduea
tion. The plan outlined by Mr. Jlead
will afford thein just the instruction they
Jgg-Tho Iiish uiovemcnt continups to
attract attention, or, rather, is forcod
upon pilblic notice by the acts of thosc
engaged in it. On tho night of Tlmrs
daj' of last week a terrific explosion oc
currcd in the local government board
ufllce, close by the Ilouse of Commons,
at Westniinstpr ; and on the previous day
an attempt was made to blow up the
olllcc of the Loudon Times. Both these
.clicmes are attributted to Fenians. On
Saturday I.ady Florence Dixie was as
saulted at Windsor by two nusked nien
drcsscd in womcn's clothes, rt'howaylald
her and stabbed her several times.
This tiutragc is also laid to Irish mal
conteuts. She has takcn much iutcrest
in Irish alValrs, flrst coming into pronil
npiicc by puhlishing a pamphlct ontltled
"An Address to thu Tenant Farmcrs and
I'coplc of Ireland, with Adrico and
Warning," in which sho urged them to
dcmand froni the trustccs a sUtement of
thu rezeiptn and expenditures of the
l.aud Leaguc funds. To her rpcont
charge that 152,000 of the Laud League
funds werc not accouuted for, aud that
U8,000 had beu used to prouioto the
coinmissioii of outi'Ages in Ireland,
Treasurer ICgan of the I.and League ro
plied that she was crazy aftor notoriety,
and that sho liad beeouic a mouthplecc
ot Itichard 1'igott, formorly edltor of the
Iriahman. But whether she Is right or
wiong in this dlscussion, it is not eusy
to soo how the niost rabid partiiau of tho
Irish could expcct to galn anything for
tho cause by murdoiiug her. If they
have not alreadv, tho Irish will soon
loso all sympathy of civllled pcoplc
for whllo tho leaders in the ngitatlon
may not bo dlrcctly respouslblc for the
aots of their followers, they will be held
in sonio degrcc uccounUiblc.
3I18S Nlnn Norton Is rccovorlng.
Soveral of ilr. L. lioekwood's fainllv
havo been 111, btit are now better.
Mrg. Alniina Whltford's health is (lulte
Mrs. E. Goodsuecd Is tnucli imnroTcd
Jliss Lulu .Taekson retnaliis nbout the
saino; her rccovcry Is hopcd for.
Mr. Xclson Tatro will probably rcniain
licre. iustcad of icturning to Colorado.
ilv. Wnrren OldrulTand wlfearc coinjr
to Waltham to rcsido.
1). M. Norton is to rcmovc to tho old
Converse place. A. L. Norton is mov
iug bnok hure.
A niovemcnt is belng made bv soinc
of our farinersto secure farinand house
liold heln by i:inploying emlgrantg ob-
taiued froni New Voik city.
Mrs. llrll. wlfe of tho Methodlst
pastor, Is recoverlng rapldly.
Llbanus Ijodce, No. -17. is holdlnir in-
struutiou nieetings evcry Saturday night.
The Bantist soeicty is raisinc funds
for the purehase of a jilpc organ.
School mccting ncxt Tucsday evcnlng,
Therc was a danco in Uldlev's block.
last Jlonday night.
Oakes & Needham nrc gettinsr thelr
new mcat niarkot In working order.
An ctlbrt is being made by somuof tho
old "vets" here to start a post of the
G. A. Ii.
Thcroistobe an unusual aniount of
"inoving" hercthis spriug. Teneiucnts
The roads are Yery icy again, inaklng
travellng dlfllcult and dangereus.
Wo hcar that Pat O'Neil has sold a
building lot. on Church strect to a nian
from the "Notch."
Water is ''Pttlng to be a cash articlc
here in the village. There are only two
or thrce placcs where it can bo obtained.
It is understood that a proininent Ad
vcnt in town lias annoiutpd Anril t. 1SS3,
as the day for the linal winding up of all
C. E. Snilth has purchasad the gallery
where be has carripd on the photograph
business for several rsars, of Frcd Ijan-
don. In additlou to his larj;e photograph
business he has ndded H and 10 ceut
iiounters, and he and his sister. Jlrs
Ijunsliec, are reauy to welcoine all wlio
can upon tiiein.
Mrs. Natlian Capcn is improvingslow-
ly anu Is now able to slt up some ol tlie
Mrs. Amlrcw S. llrown has been sick
but is now bctter.
Iidward .1. Brown is sick and hns been
conflned tohis room for a fuw weeks.
Ilev. C. I. Church preached in the W.
M. church last Sundav, in exchange with
Hev. E. E. Curtls.
Miss Mary Ann Cassidy caine, hoini'
last wcek, sick; she is considered to be
some better now.
There will be nuarterly niecting
scrvict's at tho MethodiH church next
Sunday. March 2.", services to commenci
at half-past tcn o'clock. a. m.
A nuarterly nipelinsr for Forestdalc
and Goshen charge of the Wesleyan
Jlethodist soclety will be held at Forest
dale the 24th and 2.ith of .March. com-
mencing on Saturday at two o'clock p. in.
About forty of the f riends of Jir. anil
Jlrs. 1'. I. Aycr madH thcni a call on tho
evenlng of March 7. Itwas a surprise.
It was the thirteenth anniversary of
thelr tnnrringi1. All appearcd to eujoy
theinsclves. May they llve to enioy the
pleasures of a golden wedding.
A notice of a lecture by Bev. C. IJ.
Church on the 14th inst., and of an
oystcr supper and donation at the town
hall aftcr the lecture, was cxtcnsively
circulated ; also a notice has been circu
latcd that the lecture, oystcr supper and
donation did occur. But they did not
occur. The pursens who had the niatter
in charge had the notice cxtensively
circulated that the lecture, oystcr suppcV
and donation would be tiu the Mth as
idrortiscd; but they subseciucntly for
some reason decided to postpono thein
for a tinie. Somehow the lecturor was
not informed in relation to the post
ponement and came on to ierform his
part ot tlie proKranmie, and fouud no
one therc to listen to tho lecture. Such
a blunder seldom occurs. and it is hojied
tnat tne pcrsons wno liau tlie tnatter to
nianage will now take nicasures to atene
for the past failures, and nave a donation
that will be a credlt to all concerned.
Tho spring tcrm of Bceman Academv
has opened, witli a good attendance.
Charles E. Dcl'outee has entered tlie
Irermon(er olllce at Verscnnes as
It is rcported that William B. Ashlev
s to carry on the fann of Will J. Nash
tlie coming year.
Charles S. Wickcr, late clerk in Bond's
storc, Middlebury, has gone to Chieago,
acconipanied by Fred Dean of Cornwall,
vith a vicw ot gettinc into business in
Miss D. May Howard of AVestnort. N.
Y., a graduatc of Bceman Acadcmy, has
been in town ten days visiting fr'ii'iids,
and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mrs. Alfred Thnmnson has so far re-
covered froni her lllness as to Ue able to
visit her former homo. Of the others
who havo recently been seriously ill,
Marvin II. Tbeia is now able to ride out.
and Mrs. OITvcr Smith and Miss Cora
Chapln are iuiproving.
Thirtcen Euroncans fr.im Castle Gar-
den, New York. wero broiiL'ht to New
Ilaven last weck by Arthur u. Evarts of
Waltham, and distributed among tliose
faruu'i-s who had applicd for thelr ser
vices. Wc understand that thus far they
aro giviug good satisfactlon.
Timmle Larrabeo has. been verv sick
for two weeks with typhoid fever.
The inemorial exorcises held at the
Oongregatlonal chuvch, on Wednesday
ot laat wecu, to ilo iiouor to Mrs. .
Young fer her rccent elegant gifts, were
exceedingly interesting. Mr. Bosg of
Brandon preaided at the organ, and with
our Blngcrs, asslsted by some from out
of town, disuoum-d excellent miislc,
Tlie order was : Prcscntatitu address,
I!ev. S. I''. Calhouu; reiponsc, H. II.
Bascom. Kcsolutions of thauks to Mrs.
Young and Mr. I.eenard, who asslsted
materiully In tho ercctioii of the clock
aud bolhaud others, wero f ramed and read
by G. A. Kltuball. It was voted that
Mrs. Young receiva prlnted cojiies of tho
reHoiuuons, auu tiio otiiors cauii a copy
!Tr. Mervln llack, wlio has beon
caslilcr in E. M. AVrlght & Co.'s storo,
has gone Into the new batik at Ticon
deroga. About slxty of tho frlcnds of Mr. nnd
Mrs. B. Ni'edham gave tlteni a gcnulne
surprise on the evenlng of thc7th, taking
witli them substiintial tokeifs of good
will and wislies. It wns u very cnjo
Mrs. O. II. Bascom dicd suddcnly, of
heart dlscase, onthc ecningof Fcbruary
28. Deacon and ms. Bascom had vlsll
cd at Mr. J. Clark's in the afternooii of
that day. and she dicdalmostlinmediate
ly aftor rcturnlng hoinc. Tho funural
was attendcd on tlie followiug Saturday,
Kcv. 8. F. Calhouu olllciatiug.
Tho roads arc badly drifted.
l)r. E. W. Kent of Crown l'olnt, N. Y.,
is in town, vlslllng.
liuinor says we arc to have a black
snilth at the corncrs.
Mrs. Ballou did not arrivo last wcek,
but is auiiounccd for Tusday evenlng,
surc, to assist the pastor in rcvival work.
Tho famlliar countcnanco of I.ynian
Kent is seen on our streets again. Ilo is
blinrtly to return to York State.
Bev. Mr. Ilathaway prcaclied a polnt
ed sernioii, on Sunday lnst, we are told,
saying in conclu'lon that lie would soon
shakc the dust of Panton ofl'his fect. '
Iliram Spraguo. W. E. White and
others have pujvhasi'd the wood and
tirnber on one and two aeres each, of B.
I)r. Woodbridire is looking after the
sick. llenry Allen is still conllned to
tlie liousc. The doctor aah visits I.ucy
Warner. who docs not. iuiprove as her
friends could wisdi.
N. S. Boynton has liad the niisfortunc
to lo'ic a horse for which ho had recent
ly paid $11)0.
The blue birds, acting as van guard to
tne icatiicreu nosts, lcacned licre on tlie
lSth int. and appearcd in good huniQr
Through bclug lnisiuformcd, we ve-
ported last weelc tnat Will l.cno liad
ncen llneil lor druiikcnncss. It was
Joscph Guyott that had given an account
ot tlie deeds done.
Mr. E. II. Matteson and vmir coitps-
pondent saw iut before sundown a llock
of small biids of great dcptli and widtli
that was ln to 20 miuutcs m paspnig,
Ihoywpro at too great a distance to
distiuguish the kinds.
A few evenings ago the quiet liome of
G. A. Bakcr was invaded by a largo
crowd, who. aftcr getting possesMon.
liroceedcd to hold supreme sway until
the small houis of the morniug aud re
port liaving a good tinie gencra lly, which
stateiiient wo shall not propose' to (piL's
tion. If tliey did not enjoy tliemiiMC.
the fault is all their own. Witli such
iierfornicrs as .1. 15. Cobb with his cr
net. O. II. C'lavk with his viol and Johu
Judge. second bass and promptcr, :uiy
one with any of the elemonts of musicin
them could uance, if at no otlier tinie.
Kev. S. A. Paiker will preach in the
Univcrsalist church in Shoreham ncxt
Sunday. Marili 25; subject iiinfternnon
The f.iiuily of Geo. Kollogg igafllictcJ,
the same as niost of us through tliis mc
tion, with a disteinpur in tlie forui of
hard cold with fever syniptoins.
Mrs. llanchett died on Thursday lf.st.
at the lesidcnce of her daughter. Mr.. B.
, B. Wanici, aged !)1 years. She has bptu
in feeble health for somctimp. Th
funeral scivicos occurred on Sunday.
Tlie intcrtnent was in tlie fiUinily lo;
ncar the residpucc; scnnon at the Bap
tlst church, of which deceaseil was i
member. Bev. D. F. Estes preached aa
Mr. Silas .Tcwctt's barn. near tl.ie Fair,
was burned, witli niost of its co ntents,
on Sunday last. It is supposod to he lie
work of nn incendiary.
Tho sick are convalcscent, unless it is
Mrs. Evclyn Wnriier, who rcniains jxlnut
the same. Slio has beeii contlncd .for a
long tinie witli a tendpiicy to dropsj' tnd
has the sympathy of her friends.
Miss Anna Spraguo, while rcturnlng
from an evening visit at West Cornwall,
last Friday cvoning, lost a veru isce
mink fur boa. If the fluder will Vctirn
it or lcave it at Mr. Wenry B. Dodffi's
store in Jliddlebury they will be surtiJjly
IIou J. M. Dyer was in town hst
IlectorGage of Addison is slowly Im
proing. N. B. Dorval, formerly clerk for G.
W. lloss, staid in town ovcr Sunday.
E. J. Whceler, who has been railroit'-
Ing in the West, is homo on a visit.
Mrs. E. Wheeler. who has been -yiiit-ing
friends in the Wett, has returiod
.1. S. Hickok arri'ved with some Sw edts,
male and fcmalc, who will flnd placcs to
work in this vicinity, as farm hel is
acarce. 1'hey ask $'io a month.
Henry Simonds, son of our statbn
agent. starts this wcek for Los Angelss,
Cal. lie is a bright young nian and will
makc his mark wlierevcr hc goes.
A call at Powcrs & Kimball's stcvc
store will convince any ono that biihincss
is not vrj' dull with them. Tliey tre
bavinga large sale of stoves, coal and
Judge Vernal 1ns flitted froru liie
nlaces that havo been iu thehabit of see
ing him dailv, much to tho suriirte
of his creditors. Attorney I Tn.ll has ao
lnft, just in timo to avoid shuking haids
witli an olllcer.
Mr. and Mrs. Prothwo of Oaklawl,
Cal., spentn few days at the Stovens
ilouse, last weeK. Mrs. rrotliero is a
couslu of S. S. Gaincs and u nelco of Dr.
llopkina. They left, Saturday, for Njw
orK, wiieuce mey laue pitsiaue :or
Last Saturday was qulct at the salron
of Bicliard Maldoon. Much dltlcrtnt
was it one week before. One of iis
custoniers beeamo sauey and Dick went
for him aud pounded hhn badly, mucl.to
tho dlRfiguration of his counteuaucp.
The mattar has been under the cousidcrn-
tlon of a Ferrisburgh justice; but itloks
ns if it tolglit uo nuaily adusted
Mrs. Buck, who has buen in New York
aitcndiiir hrr cldcst dauiihtcr, who lias
btieii sick for a long tlmu and died, arilv-
ea liome witn ner oouy on riiursuiy.
The funeral took place from the rii
dcnce of her uiother on Friday. :ler
husband acconipanied the remalus hrc.
Sho leayps u boy about 12 years of ige,
a .1011 oi nr lornier nusuauu.
Thero Is to bo n soclnl nnd select dnnce
at tho town Imll on tho evenlng of
G. F. O. Kimball, auctloncer, seld the
C. A. Smith farm of 300 acros and
stock ut auctlou, last Thursday. F. M.
Strong bld off tlio farm at 930 nu acro
aud tlie stock was sold to dlflcrent
partlcs. it brought an umuually good
prico. Mr. Kimball sold. on Saturday,
tho W'ni. M. Spooner farm at auctiou,
ut tho btovens ilouse. It brouuiit Wiv
an acre nnd was bld otl'by Mahlon Klng
man of Ferrisburgh. This farm contuin
ed 150 acre. The prico was considered
One oflhu rnost iisolul InveuUniiB of the ago in
Jaini'S l'jlu's l'ejiiliie WhdIiIiii; Oomiioiii'U, iiuil
fmlirinK lruiii IU uMciifciru xalu, it 19 sale loiuicr
ilint liouso kct'pcrs, gcnurally, ni'l'reclato tlio
I'rtACTlCAt. I'oiitkv. "if erery man's in.
tcriiiil raru woro wrltien on liln hrow," nayii the
banl, "liow mnny UDiildour pity aharo, whom
we think Imnpy iiowV" Uow wcll this appllei
lo tlio Uytijeiilio nouu but lie inn evur know.
Duomcn tu n lile llllcil with Kloumy lurtbuilin,
hu is nlniuat ecoludoil lrom lliu vuried iilcnaurus
il tho woiid. i'uin.riilileii, lauguliluiiU inucllvo
iiu Huuka ii Id nnil rcucics lionu. Jl wim just l'ur
pucli chsph ns this lliut bwiiviie'n l'llla were
limilo. Thoy will hIho, huwovcr, curo sick
liL'ailHClio, livcr iunl kidnoy coiiiiliiint, blliuus-
iicss, anu a scoiu ui iiniueu uvns.
In Mlil11eliury,21at Inst., I.y Ilev. S. I-owU fl.
Spmre HBsistbil by l'rol. Kzra llraluenl, Mr,
Kilwaril W. l'retof Calil'ornla to Mrs. ileaumello
11. bturtovaut l AUdillptiury.
In Verniont At VorRonnca, Saturday, bnttcr
raiigcil in pricelroirlS toI6 conts per pound;
cjfgH, 17 ccntsiier(lo7en; iiotatocs, C0 centi per
Imsliol; hoans, J1.C5 to $2.15 per liusliel; applos,
$2.S0tn $3.00 ttr liarti'l; bivl', $7 tu S7.SU; purk,
f j toH.r.0: bay, 8 tu S10 pir tun.
lJoston I'roiluci- Thore is a n ry dull fecllnK
l'or buttor, and priros nrc unspttlod and lower.
There is cnnaldcriiblc poor on tlie markut, a por
tlon ol'which Ims nlipady liecn shippcd to Eu
rope. New tiillk Norlliern ilairy BOlls atMand
Q7, n tiiqualilyi nndlnlorlortoROod old dalry
at 13and -Jfc pcr 11. Chfusp i tlrm, and has
tiern in nteady demauil. Sales of cholrn at 14
and 14 12c; fnlr to gond at II and 13 1.2c, and
cuimnon at (i and 10c ner lb. Keea nave avaln
oaw.'(l oD", with n lalr dcniand at 21 and 26o per
onien. I'ointnca nrc in steauy iicmanii anu in
liKhtstnck. !Sale8of Kaatuin ltiisc at $1 nnd $1.05.
I'rolidcs attl5cand $1. Nortlicrn ltose at 05c nnd
$1, 1'i'crlcss n OOandO.'ic, nnd Whlto llrooks nt
.15 nnd 90c per busliol. The niniket is llrm lor
Kreen nppli'H anil stock rcduced. Salxa of No. 1
Haldw lim nt 3.f 0 and $4 per bbl, and for lancy
liussets hiirhi'r brices a u nbtalneil.
lloaton iVnol.. There liaa been n fair demand
ror wool and Iho business oftlic weck has beon
a gnod aernpe, but includcn eonsulcrnblo Ml'd
iterranean carnet. Tlio transactlons liavc been
2,500,000 lbs ot all klnda, nnd includo onio nnd
t'ennuvlvnia lieeces at 11 nnU 41c torx, and 45
anu 46c roi .A, uu tu 50c lor cboieo aaa. II r i.
Ipnn llceces havo beon sellinR nt 40 and 48 1.2c
pcr pound, IncludiiiK lnrgo llnes of choice X nt
42 and 42 1.2c per lb. CombniL' nnd delaine
llceces nro llrm und in demand, nnd have been
old nt 15 nnd 47 l-2c lor llno delaino nnd 13 nnd
50c lor Hne and No 1 combinir. Unwnshed woola
havo bieu in deinnnd. butileslrnblo lols nro snld
up closc, nnd nsaortments nrc niucli broken. The
sales have been at a wide rnnge of priees. but at
fulleurrent ratei for desirnble lots ot flno and
lnoiliutn gradcs. In (Jalilornla wool the trans
actlons have not been tonny extcnt, nnd includc
small lott ol'l'all nnd spilng nt 20and 33c per lb.
I'nlk'il wool continueH in demand und cboieo
si prrs nro him. The sales of conimon nnd
choi u sunerH liavc been at 25 nnd JSn ucr lb. in.
cliidliig clioice nnd lancy lots of Eastcrn and
Maiuent 45 nnd 4Sc pcr lb. In foreign wool the
muveinent has not hecn to nny extcnt exccpt in
carpctwool. Tho talcs Uclmlo 100,000 pounds
Jlnnleviiieo on private tcrms.
Watcrtown l.ivc Stock Thero waa n larire
riiH of cattlo nt llic Wntertown, (Mass.) yards
Tucsday; 1,317 head arrived lrom tho New Eng
laud StatCH, execpling 17 head from Northern
New York; 092 head of Wcstcrn. Ilutchers wer
desiruus lor thecattle, nnd eveu aime the night
before, sn ns to bo on hand early Tucsday morn
ing, but llndliu: Iho Imgu ruu held off in their
purolinaes, ireteuilingnot beingovcranxlous lor
the siock, Tho wcather was ngalnst tho trade,
being a drlvlng ralu ntonn. OwncrsheUl ofl", but
llually ooncluiled to makc conccsslnns at least
l.lc lrom the advance of Inst week. The Westorn
cnttle found snlo.it (i 3-1 nnd 7 14c livo weight,
while country lots range froni 4 3.4 nnd 10c per
n, i'. v . wcus ,v KieiiariMou fcum -9 oxen, cs
timaled to ilicss 1.000 lbs cieh.at 10c ner lb. 1),
W ; J. t). Snnborn sold 40 raltle, to dross from
1.0U0 and 1,100 lbs, at and 0 .2i; prr lli, I). W;
tome very good stecrs fortil2c, to dress700 lbs.
llilrh cows ero in Kood feimnlv. with
Btc dy priccs obtained. Sales from $20 up to $r!0
pcr head, lucluding lancy milkcrs. In shcep
anu lamus tno traue was slinvami prices lower.
I-Kl!OItT OF T1IK CONDITION
X OF T11K
NATIONAL, 1SANK OF MIDDLEBURY.
nt Middlebury, in tho State of Vermont, at tko
ciose oi uu.incss, Aiarcu io, iiku.
I.onnsanddiseounts, $321,959 M
11. b. llonds to seeure eircululion, 200,000 00
V. b, Ilonds on liand, 8,000 00
Otlier stocks, honds anil mortgagos, 3,600 00
iiue lrom npproved rcservonKonts, 14,256 41
P.wil csUite, iurnituro und Ilxturej, 5,000 00
Cbccks nnd othcr cnsh items, 440 69
ltU'8of othcrbanks, 205 00
trnctional papcrcurreney, uickels
nudccnts. tfil 1
Spcclc 10,082 00
Legal tcnder nntes, 3,255 00
ueucmpuon iiiiiu wiui u.s. i rrauror(i
per ccnt, of circulaUnn,) 9,000 00
Total, $574,953 88
CapiUil stock paid in, $200,000 00
Surplii8 lund, 40,000 00
Undividcdproflts, 63,797 (12
Ntttinnal bauk notcsouUtanding, 176,325 00
t)ividend8 uupaid, 1,033 00
lmllMUunlilepiisltssuiijecttiicnccK, gj.013 6!
liemnndccrtifleutcs of deposit, 40,784 ti2
Total, $574,953 80
&TA1KOF VKHMONT 1, JOIin li. Wellington
C'oiuity of Addison, as. ( Cashler of the alioyi
named bnnk, dn solcmnly Bwear that thoabove
statemcnt is true to the best ol my knowledgu and
bellef JOIIN U. WKI.l.lNGTON.Cashicr.
Subsi'rlbed und snorn lo before mu lliis20thd.iv
iiui us ain ir uiuiir,
Addisou County Clcrk.
AI.HKUT A. FLETCIIEIl, )
CAI.V1N IIILL, jDireclors.
.IOHN G. WKI.L1NUTON,
EPOKT OF THE COXDITION
F1HST NATIONAL 1IANK OF OUWELL.
nt Orvfell, m thu .State of Vtirmont, nt tlie
closo ofbusiueas, Mnrchl3tli, 1S83.
Loans aml discounU, 240,5IU 57
Ovcrdrnll, 9S 50
U. S. lioudalto Bccure clrculation. llio.ooooo
Otlier tocks, bontl nnd mortgnges, 17,54d 41
tiuo iiuin upproeii reservougeuis, ii.i.isoi
Due lium othcr Nutionm b.inks. 1.015 45
Due froiu Stnto banks anil bankers, S7 54
lleal estate. iurnituro nnd lutuiea. o.uw oo
Cui routexpeuses und taxes paid, 1,1173 78
Otlier renl estntc, 7.C71 87
Checks nnd otliereasli items, 1,233 82
llills ofothcr banks, 2,000 00
j rnetloiml papcr currency, nicKCis
und pcuniea C0 74
Specie, 6,600 (10
Legal tendur notes, 4,500 00
liedemption lund witli U. S.Treasurer (5
per ceut. of eireulalion,) 4,t00 00
$411, ibO 21
Capital stock paid in,
Vational bnnk notes outstundiug,
Julividual dejioBits Bubject to cbeck,
lxuiniid certillcatcs of deposit,
lue to Stato banks nnd bankers,
Xutea and bdls re-dlscouutcd,
KTATE Of VUltMONT. I
(' tll., lMlVi
Couuly.ol Aililibun, as. ( Cnshier of
nnuieil 6auk, do aoleuiuly awcar tliat tlie above
autteiueut Ia truu to tlio best of my knowledge aud
bclief. C. E. IllJSII, Cashier.
SubncrlU'd and evt'oru to beforu iuu tliis 19th day
ot Murch, lt3.
J. S. W1LCOX, Notury 1'ubUc.
V. RtCII, )
T. A. IIAMMOND, J DlrcetOM.
(J. K. 11U3II,
Wagons and Carriages.
Wahavon IVcbIi auptily or tlio AMKStllJItY
WAUONSnnd OAItUIAtlES, botli siiiglo aml
Uotiblc; Also tho cclvlimteil
In llarnesscs ourlinc lscomplcto. niclml
Ing liglit nnd lienvy, slnglc and diiu
blo, whips, bnllcrs, ctc, in
Wc keep in Btock the Eurckn Foldlng tnno.
py.top, n slnndnrd urticlc.
The Eurckn Independent.Tonth Sulkey spring
linrrow, nori'C-lHKe,miming iuaciiiuvn,
ltcnpcrs and lllndcn, clc.
All work wnrranted ns repicsenled.
S. & C. Ii. NUTTING.
Dyer'a Bloek. Middlebury, Vt.
llns Jut rcccivcd n full line or Mcn'a and
In a variety of Styles nnd Qu.illties for
the Spring and Suninicr trade, vihich
will be eold nt pricca as low aa
the lowest for
EQUALLY DESIRABLE GOODS,
Special Induccuicnts will be ofl'ered lu
HATS AND CAPS,
Cut in tho lateBt styles and substnntially made
fro n Btandard cloth t, and sold at bottom
MAIN 8TREET, MIDDLEBURY. VT.
VA7 antod Iirmiccilntoly
Sllvor-Hullod Buckwhoat. ,Mmt bc
puro nnd clean. Mail nauuiles und prices ileliY
ured at nearest rnilrnnd statlon to
lt. NOIT, Charlotte, Vt.
March 19, 1883. 12 :2
STATE OF VEKMONT,
In 1'robate Court, holtlen at Middlebury on the
12th day of Mnreh, A. I. t&.
E. K. Smcrancc, adnilnlftrator ol tlie estate
or Jonnthan WillU, late ol'Middlebury, in said
district, deceased, makcs npiillcntlon to anid
court lor liccnso to aell all ol the real estate ol
snit deceased, repreacntlng that anid eale is
neccssary lor tho p.iymeut of the debts ot said
deceased and that it will bo Ipr tho inlerest of
ntl oersons Interested, nll of wlioni residowith.
out the Slalc, that the saiil real estate ahall bj
Whcrcunon, it ia ordered by said court that
naiu npplieation coine under eonsideratiim and
bclicard on tlio 2d ilay olAprll, A. D liv-3, nt
tho probateoillco iu Middlebury, at 10 oVInek
a. m.; and it is nirtherordcieil thatall pcrsons
intercsted bo notllled liereof, by publication ol
notice of thia application and order thcieon,
three weeks succeBsivcly in Ihu Middlebury
IteKlster. a newsnauer nrinted at Middlebury, be.
fore said tlmelof licaring, that tliey may appear
at said timc anu piuec, anu, u mey acc cause, oi
LYM AN E. KNAl'l", JuiUe.
STATE OI'" VKUMOST.
Ailillaon lllatl h I. aa.
TllK I'hOHATK COUUVlOlt 1I1K DlSTltlCT OK
Toall nersnns inlcrested Inthe eatnto of Jnlm
E. Wrlght, late ol Hancock, iu saidiliatnet.de.
Ilv thn iiutlinrilv ol tlie Sbite of Vermont, vou
arc hereby notifled to nppcarbelorc thuwiid l'ro.
oatc i;ouri, at tne irunaio oiucu iu niiuiueuuiy.
In said DUtrict on tne aotii iiay oi ,pru, a. h.
ISKi nt 10 n'ldnek a. m.. to show cause. if unv
you have, why Iho account ol S. F. llubbard, nd
ministrator ol thu estate of aaid dcceaed,hould
not benllowcd aid also wliy the rcslduu of anid
cstntcshoulduoi.be diatributed to thu pnrtica
Dnted at Middlebury, in said district, tliis 17th
day of Murch, A. I). 16S.I.
12 LVMAN E. KNAl'l. Judge.
STATE OF VEKMONT,
Addison District, ns.
11 it remembercd. that at n sesslon of tho l'ro.
bato Court boldeii nt Middlebury, wilhin und for
said Distrirt, ou the 17lh day of March, A. D.
1883. . .
I'rcscnt, non. l.ymnn jb, lvnapp, ouiiec.
Wherena. n ccrtnin lubtruuient in writing, un
der senl, puriorting to be the last will und tesu
ment ot snran jones, laic oi auirenniu, iu
said district, deceased, ha ini? been this day prc.
sented to said Court ol l'robate, and duly llled in
tho l'robate OOlco: Tlicrefore. it ia ordrreil,
tlmt iill ueraona intcrestcd inthe csutte of said
deceasedbo notifled to appear beforu said Court at
the l'robnto Ofllce ln Middlebury insald Districl,
on tho lBthdayioi April.A. 1. it, awuu ciocK
i.i I iv iiubliratlon of thia order thrco weeks auc-
ccssively previous tlicreto, in tho Middlebury
KcglBtcr, a ncwspapcr printed at Middleburj,
ol'nroanlrl In ahuw CiillHP. if nnV tllCV II1HV llnVO.
why aald lnstrumeni in wriung anoum nui ne
provcu anu Uliuweu ua luu lasi mu anu woi.
ment of tho snld ileceased.
12 JOHJi C. ai'ArL.r. JU., uegisier.
STATE OF VERMONT,
l'hcbe Carjienter of Ferrisburg,
in said raun-
tv. having tlled har petition to
I'nnnivCniirl next to m held at Middlebury.
wittiln and lor aald Addison County, on the tlral
Tuesday of Juno A. I). 18S3, setting rorth in aub.
atanco that aho waa married to Pavid Carpentei ,
January 1st, 1875, that aince anid nmrriagc ahe
cohaultea witn aniu Davui at uuriouu iu aiiiu
Nli.ln until Mhv 19th. 1875. wllCU llO WlllUlly df-
sorted ner, nnd alnce tlien liaa rciuseu 10 uvu
with hcror anpport her; Ihat she iias reaided In
said County fur moru than tlvu years latt puat.
whcrcfore she praya for a diiorco from tho aaid
Datidand tne custouy orner son rrant. v.
iif.titAi ilnrinir bia minnrilir
ltappearingtlmt tho said David Ia without
nid Male ao thit aaid tietitlon ranuot be acrved
upon him, It ia ordered that hc bo aummoned to
Appear uim ausw er uio lorrKuiu ii.-iiiiiiii, uu
ihu ilrat Tueadav ot Juno A. D. 188J, by the liuls-
iicalion of the attbstanre ol said petilion, together
Vf ith this order, Itt the Middlebury ucgibter, a
mihltc uevfaoancr. nubliahed ill Middleburv.
afonsaid, thrce wceka aucceskivoly, tho last of
whicn puDlicaliona lo be at least aix neeke prior
to aaid lerm of said court.
Dated at Middlebury, aforcsaid, thia lOthday
of March A. D. 18S3. 12
UUFUS WAIMVBiailT, Clerk.
QEO. W. GltANDEV, Atty.
L E GA L MOTICES,
Tho underalgiied,havlng Iicen nppolnted by
thuIIon.l'robnteCourt lorthu District ol Addison,
comtnissioners, to rcccivc, oxnmlno nnd niljuat
all clnims and dcinaiidsof nll pcrsons ngulnst tho
esUito of Snmiiel l'artlow, lato of Leicester,
ln aald district, dcccased.anii all clnims exhihltcd
iu ollact thercto, hereby glto notice that u w III
mectfortlic purpoacs nforanld, nt tho dueillug
Iioiibo of ihc widuw of anid ilcrcnaed lu aald
Leiccslcr, on tlie 2llh ilny of .Mmrli und
2lilh day of Mny iii'M, lii'in 1 o'elui'k untll
4 o'clock p. in., eueh ol snld days, nnd tliat aiv
nionlha Iioiii Iho 1st day ol Muieli, ,. II, SI.
Ia thu tinie llmlted bv said rourt lor said crcdltura
to prescnt Ihelr clnims to us lor exuiiiniation and
llatednt Middlebury, this lat ilnv of Mnrch.
A. D. 1-83.
STKI'IIEN SAI.I.S, lr., ,...
103 JAMES CAISSON, jlomra.
(JTATI; OF VEICMONT,
O Addlaon County, aa.
lmira C.Noblo ol Ferrlaburirb. ln said conn.
ty, having llled her pctitlun to tho Addison
County Court, ncxt to bo held nt Middlebury,
wllhln nnd lur thu county ui Addison, on Iheilrat
Tuesdnyol Juue, A. D., lsKl, aeltlng fortli in
subsuincu lliut alio wns nuirrli.il to lllialn Noblu.
March 19, 1851; lliut aiucu aald marriavc sho
halh failhl'idly kept tho marriago coveiiiiut, nnd
tnuiior uioru inau inurjeara snc Has til wllli
tho aaid iliruin as his vwlc lu thia couiit) , that
sho liaa leslded ln said couiily lor lllteen jears
last pasl; thuton the 4th day of February, IHU!,
at aaid Ferrl aliuigh, the aald Ulram wlilullv du
aeiteu lliu aatu Aiiuirn u, unil alnro lliut lllue
has lefuaed tiiaupport or llveullh lier, uIiltc
upon Bho pruys lor n divorcu lrom thu said
lt nppcnring Ihat the sMd llirnm Ia withnut
said Htatc so that anid pelltlon cuiiliot i c itn ed
Upon hllii, it isordeied Ihat tlie suid llirnm hu
auniinoncd to appear and uiiawer the roiegmiig
petilion on the lliBt day ol Iho next lerm ol said
conit to be held at Middlebury, wilhin iuid lur
aaid Addlaon County, on the ilrst Tueailay of
Jtine.A. D IbSI, by the piiblicatinn of tlie aub
atance ol'anld petition, tngetlier with tliii oider,
iu the Middlebury licglater, npublie ncwspppvr,
publlahcd iu Middlt'bury, in aaid rounty, thr.'u
weeka suceoaalv ely, tlie last of which publica
tiom to bent leaat six weeks jirior to aaid tcrm
ol said court.
Dnted nt .Middlebury, nlorcsaid, this lat day
ol Minch, A.D. 18-3.
HUfUh WAINWHIGUT, Clerk.
GEO. V. UltANDKY, Atty. lor I'etltioner
CIOMM ISSIONEltS NOTICE.
J The iinderaigiiid. havliig been nppoinleil
i.y the Ilon. I'rob.ue Court lur the dlstric. f
A idisnn coniuilssloiiers, lo rw. He, exanilne and
adjtist all elaima and ilcinands of all pcrsons
ugainst the estale ol' .lohn Itmg, lale ot
lliddlcliury, in aaid districl, ileccasvd, and all
claims exhlbltcd iu olTect tlieiclo, hcieby give
notice that wc will mcet for the purpoM'satnre
aaid ut tlie Addison liousc, iu Middle
bury, on ihe 27tli duy oi March and the
31st day ol Jtily ncxt, froin 10 o'clock A.M.
until 4 o'clock p. in., each of aald days, and Ihat
six monlhsiroin tlio 23d day ol Februaiy, A.D.,
1MI3, Is Ihe ilnic lim tcd by aaid court lor
said creditors lo picscnl iheir clalnis lo us for
cxiiuiinatiiiu nnd allowance.
Daled ut Middlebury, thia 2rUh day ofFebru
ary, A. 1)., lbsl.
J.J, ItlDLEV, )
E. C. DMiE, JCom'rs.
CJTAIE OF VEKMONT.
O DlHtrht oI AiIiIIm.m, aa.
Ilo lt rcmeinbered, that at a aeasion of the l'ro.
bato Court holden at .Mlddlelmn , withln nnd for
said Diatrict on tho Gthday ol Mnrch, A D. lwvl.
1 Kl.nr.NT 1 1 1 IN . 1, M A N t.. lS AI'I', .1 1 IMJK.
hcreas. a ccruiin intruineni in wri.niLr. uiu
dcr senl, purporting to Iiu the laat will nnd lct
taineut ol Thurman llrooklus late ol'bhorehnin,
in said district, decc.ised. liaving liecn this day
presented tu said Conit ot l'robate, and I'ul'y
llled ln the l'lobalc Ollice' Therciorc, itiaor
dcreil, that all peraona Inlcrested iu tlio estato
ol said deceased, be nolllted to appear lieloru
aald court, at the l'robate Ollice in Middlebury,
in aaiu dinirirt.on tlie 2Rh day ol ilaich, A, I).
1833, at 10 o'clock a. m by iiublicatlon of this
ortler three wcekasuec siie j preW'Us tlicreto,
in tlio Middlebury lleglster, a ncwspapcr pi inteil
at Miildlebu y, nloresald, tu show causj, il any
they uiay liavc, wliv aaid liisliument in wrltiiur
shoul.i not bo pioved and nllowed, aa thu last
will and tcstauientol the said di ccasci!.
JOIIN C. STAI'LETO.N, liegistcr.
STATE Ol' VERMONT,
Addlaon County, an.
Della A. Tliomas ol Cornwall, in aaid romitr.
hnvmir llled her pelition to Ihe .ildtaou (lountv
ciuirl next to bo Held ut Middlebury, witliiu anu
lor aaiu couuiy, nu iiu urai iuesiiay ut.iunoA.
I). 1883, aetlinc fortli in aulntancu that ahe was
luniried to lruiii II. Thnuins on tho :iil day of
Juiv. A. D. 18,1 : that ahe has neriimnentW le.
sided in said htate m.ee her said marriago; tliat
sho has kent nll ol her marriai:o cuvenanta nud
obligationa; tliat tlio aaid lr lu II., willully de-
flciieiiiiiea.ini in'iiaa., reu.iuin, i&mi, anu since
that tinie lias conlriuutcd uotliiiig fur In r suii
)ioit. Whoielure ahe pniya lor a dlvi iro
lrom the said Irw ill 11.. aud ihe enstodv ulher
cliildrcn, Jcnnle, Idn nnd llenry, iltiring tneir
1UIIIUI II) .
it appcanng tnat tne said lrwln II., is without
said htalosu tliat said petition caniiot be aeived
uiion him, lt Is ordered that lie be sumuioiied lo
uppcnrnnduuswcrlhc loregoing ptlition, on tho
ur.-i iiay 01 uie next icrm ot said court next to be
held at .Middlebury, witliin and lor baid county,
on the llrot Tuebday ol .lune A.D. I8s.'l,by tho
publiiitiiin ol thu subsUnco ol aald pelltlon, to
itether witli thia uuler, in the Middlebury ltegH
ter, u piilillc, uewapaper, pubiishcil nt Midillu
bury ulorebaid, tlueu weeks biicecabivelj, tlio
Instiuf nliieli publications to lieat least six w etks
prlor to suiil lerni oi said court.
Dated at .Middlebuiy aloreaatd, thia3th day of
Maicli A. 1), lSi.
Kl'I'TS WAINWltlUllT, c lerk.
J.M. M.ADE, Atty. u
J Tlie u i deraiguid, having been appoinf d
by Ihe Hon. Piobate Court, lot the district ol Ad
iliaon, couiniissionera, to rtceivc, exanilne nnd
udjiibt all claiina and deiuands of all persona
againstlho estato oilrvin K. JleQuivey, late of
Ripton, in aaid distriet, deceu-ed, und nll
clainis ox hibiled In ollVet theielo, hereb gio
notice tliat wc will nuet lor the purposea aloie
said, at thu liread l.oaf lnn, Kipton, on thu 3d
day ol Apnl nud C.th day uf Augiist next
lrom 10 o'clock, u. in. untll four o'clock
p. ui., each ol said uays, nnd that six niontln
lrom the 14lh day ol Fcbrnmy A. I). InMI,
it tho tiinc liinited by said court for taid
creilitora toinebcnt llicir eluiuib to ua lur ex.
aiiiiiiatlon und nllowance.
Hatrilat ltiptou, thia !)h d.iy of
JOSEI'll 1IATTE1 L,
UEO. V. tilLMliUK,
Mareh A. D.
DTATE t)K VERMONT.
O Diatrict ot Addison. as.
jiii; i'K(h:aii; couiti Foit uu; Diynuci or
'lo all pcrsons intere6ted in thu estate of John
llrlttetl. lato of Wciblldire. lli salil illhtii.'t
li tne .lUlliorlty ol the btate of eiuioiit, you
are hereby nouiled to apiieur licloie the aald l'lo-
ImtcCouit, ut tho l'liib.itc Olhce 111 Middlebury,
in a.iid diblnct, on the 31st ilay of .Murch, A.
D. IssJ, ut 10 u'chiek a. in., to ah6v cause, lt nny
vou have. wliv thu nccount of bamuel
Jnniea, udmiuibtrator ot tho estale ol said
deceased. bhould,uut bo allowc-il, aud also why
iuu icbiuuu ui niiii csuiio buouni not oe uia
tributed to the partiea eutilled theielo.
Dated at Middlebury, ln aaid district, thia lSlli
day of Maich A. 1). 13. n
l.V.MAN E lvNAl'l', JudkO.
OTATK OF VERMONT,
O Diatrict uf Addison, aa.
TllK I'ltoiuru Cot'itT roit nn: DlSTitKTOt'
To nll pcrsons inlcrested in tlie est ite o Ailen
E. llitchcock, lattf of.Shoreham in aaid diliiet,
lly the uulhority of the State of eiinont jou
are hereby notllled lo appear beloro lne aald
1'iobate Court. at the rrobate idlice ln Middle.
btirv, in aaid Diatrict, on thu 3Utduy of .M.inh
A. I). 1883, to show catisc, II auy vou have, wliy
tlio nccount ofl.ro. .s Wulkir, ndmiuistmtir ot
Ihu estate ol' said deceased, sliould no beulloucil
und ulo why the residuc of aaid estate hliould
liut be distributed to Ihepaitlea entl led ti.ercto.
Dated at nlilleliurv, lu said illsllli't, thia 15th
ilay ol March, A D. 183.
JOIIN L'. sTAI'i.ETON, ltcgiater,
Tlie auhscriber oil'era for aalelhe
AVeil-KiioHit und Valunblc Farm
bclougng to thu estate ol Tlrr ctickney, ailu
uted ncar Shoruhaoi railroad otulion, o . tho Ad.
disoii railroad. ttd fnnn conlaina 153acicaof
land.is well wateted and lencud and ia iu good
state of cultivaticu; liaa on it one dwelliuc
liouse and three bijrns. To any peraou deatring
ii vuluablu larm ailuated nrnrn railroad alulion,
postoflice, expresajiind telegruph ollice, ruro in
ducemeuta will beAiucrtd. II desirtd, tiuio will
bo given lor the (u)iuent ot u part ol the pur
clmau uiuncy. I
II. 8. ItUOOKINS, Aduir
Blioreham, Janiary 16, 1883. 311