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K1MDAY, JIAKCll 2:1, iss:i.
Tralns pass Middlebury station nt tlic
honrs givcn bWow :
fjoiso NoHTiiHxpreas, 3:30 a. m.j mixed,
0 ii. ui.i ttin.il, II.50 y. m : Hxpt'ess, ri:i!) p. 111.
(5oi.no South -Mixed, 11 n. m.i mnil, 11:15
a. m. ; niixed,!): 50 j). m.j expreps, 8:80 p. m.
Silver ware nt Wales.'
Baiuinas ut Manney's. t
l!ny proreries nt Uond'fl.
Silver wnre nt MnreliallV.
Oranges nnd lmnoiis nt Mnnnpy'fi.
Milk pans 10i' nml npwimU, nt Wales.
UaHter epfta imd eards nt (lanviti itCo.'a.
Oraiifres nrd lemoiif, nt Uronillet's res
tanrant. (iiapps nnd bananan, nt Jiroullletl's res
1'iRs' feet nnd lambs' tongue,at l3ronillet'f
A new lot of albntns nnd ntereoscopie
views nt Oniivin A; Co.'s.
Vanthi Hoarders, nt Mrs. 13rit?1iamV,on
f I.its to rlose, nt ffreatly rpdnoed price
at Beckwitli & Co.'s.
Uargains in boots nnd ehoea, before mov
iiiR, nt Ueokwitb t Co's.
Wanlpd. Gfl tons good rye straw nt $0per
ton, Dt2w ' J. 1'. Uoi'OLAss.
New pininB hats, new ppring styles slioeg,
at V, A. Ilond fc Hro.'s.
H 13. Dodge bas nll kinds of fertili.ers
nnd special mannres.
Bond's I'ntpnt Itollor I'rocess St. Lonis
tlour is tbe bpst. Try it !
One thonsand busbels of wood asdies
wnnted. 11 4 Hknhy Lank.
Pnrties dpflirinfr stpnpil work rnn get it
ilonp at tlie Sun inills liv E L. Stowe.
Call a'nd Fe? tlie new pattprn idinmbor
snits at Cliapinan's. Swiney will sliow yon.
Go lo Jlarsliall's for silvor ware, blunk
book, Ptatiotipry, jewelry, ete., nnd savo
Kifly ImslieL-t of Lost Nationnpriiigwlipat
for seed, elean from fowl weede, 11.50 ler
bushel. 11 4 Hksby Lank.
Buekwlipat wnnfpd nt Star Mill, for
wliich tlie liiglieft market iirice will be
A line line of stpreopi-opir. views nnd
utereoHeopes, at tlie old Case t Hider drug
Uwbi.lino Folt Salk. Tlie lioiise on I'ark
St . known 118 tlie Moore lionie. Kniiuire of
H. W. Urewster, ndmr. 10;:)w
Tlie Iteeord sai epout nt lialf tlie prit'o of
tlie Post l'atent sjiout nnd is wortli twice
tlienionpy.for salp at Karl & ilnniiitn's.
Jne LaRock will lay 15 ceiits per iound
for fall L'liiokens and 10 for old fowl. Hvp
weight, delivered at his plaee on Seymoiir
l'nre drugtf, nll the proprietary niedicines
and n large line of toilet artieles at the old
Cas-e ,t Kidurdrin; store.
A new stock of Lel'age's iireparpd gliie,
pnt up in tin i-ans reaily for use. Try it
and yon will not be williont it.
Karl it IJahnum.
Parm l'on Salk A small fnnn eontain
ing tliii ty-t'onr acren of exoollptit land, well
watered, witli good biiilding!, loeateit 1 1-2
tnilefl froin Jliddleburv village on tlie old
ntage road to Cornwall. Alsn six aeres of
pwamp. Kor'fnrtlier jmrtirulnrs inquiro of
the snbscrilmr on tlie prpniisee.
7tf. Andukw JIcWai.v.
Jnn. 17. 1MM.
Wantkd. Boarders. nt A. M. I3urnnp's,
Tlie Junior exhiliition of Middlebury
Collpge is appointed for the evening of
March L'7, at Academv ball, to conimenee at
SoVloek. Tickets 01 invitntion will lm is
euedbTthe faenlty to tlie friends of tlie
eollege. If any friends, wifliing to nttend,
bave not received tickets, tliey nre invited
to cnll for tliem at tlie lioui'e of Prof. Park
er or at tho l'residetn's.
Ily order of tlie Presidpnt.
Chestpr White, Polniid Chjtin and lipik
shire pigs for sale A superior lot forenrly
tiitteniiiir. I'nce at tive weeKs old, si; ie'
iivpred nt Middlebury il desired, Will be
readv for delivery froin the tirst to the
middleof April. F D.Uorui.AH.
Fifty biinbelx of timothy seed for sale at
tlie market priee. VarrantPil free froni
ilaisr. wild rarrot. poison tiarsnin or any
other of the limny foul seeds so olten
found in grat.ses brouglit froin market.
Also White KiiHfinn seed wlient for sale at
J1.50 per liushel. b. U. Uoi;ai.AR.
Bond Bros'. store is tilled ngain witli
ppring styles in all elasses of goods from
New Vork and Uoston markets.
Orange.'", lnmons, canned meats, canned
vegetables.canned frnitt. candy, nutsof all
kinds, tigs, dates, snu'e guni, cheese, both
HHge and plnin: the best 5'' cent tea yon
ever saw: the nest coitee we ran get III lli
world: in fact, evervthing that eim be
found in any tirst-class grocery htoio you
can tinil at bholuon Uo s.
Jlrs. Cliarles 1. I.nngwortby Is some'
what out of liealth.
Mr. Jolin II. Sarcent, wlio lias becn ill
for several days witb neuralgia, is out
Mr. F. A. liond returnod boine W'ed
ncsday Gvcning, after an absuncc of two
wceus at inaiKut.
Mr. W . II. Kllis beglns to-day to re
pair tbe bouse recently lmrcliascd by
Itim on Maln otreet.
15ev. Jiillns W. Atwood,aiccentgradii-
atu or tlils eoiiesri!, is in town on a vBit,
Hcis ructor of a parisbinMapftacbusetts.
Vcsterday wns quito spring-llke; but
it is auout liinu tliat wnrm uay.s snoulu
1'utter sold at '25 and 110 ocnts In tbe
local market. Mouday. Tbe oH'erlngs
were not largo.
Eugene Twltcbell left liome n Mon
dny for u lminexs trlp to Maiue. Ile
will be abscnt about two weeks.
Tlie Cuttcr Mnrble eompany bavc re
cently purehaPed a quantlty of new
niaublnei'v for use In tlielr iiuarry.
Slx iuclips of ner snow came early
Tuosdny tiiornlng. Tbe ronds bere
aboutb are now In very good condltlon.
Piof. Austin lias recovei'ed so tbat be
is able to attend to his collego duties.
Ile lias becn 111 about two weeks.
Judge Paikerof New York clty, a
brotber of Piof. Parker, wbo lias Leen
vislting In towu recently, returned bonie
Mr. Ilarvey Wlleox, fonnerly in busl
nes3 in tbls placc, but lately resldcnt lu
New York and Cblcago, nrrived iu town,
Tuesday evculng, on a visit.
Oco. F. Bell, forincilv wlth T. M.
Cbaiiman & Co., Is witb Lyinan & Allen
of Burlington; sce tbclr ndvurtlseiucnt
Bev. S. A. Parker will proncb In tbe
Odd Fellows' ball in Middlebury
next Sunday ovcnlng at 7 oVloek ; sub
jeut. "Tho Brotlu-rlmod of Man."
Middlebury lias no tnoi n liuportant
Intcrcst tban that of lls ).ul)llo scbools.
No liicnd of tho si'luiols sliould fail to
Ue nt tbe suhool incetlng next Tuesday.
vmpcleil veblcles were ln use to Boine
nt on Sund.iy nnd Monday ; but tlm
y stormof Tuesday luoriiitigbrough't
tbe slclcbs out ntrnin.
Xlgbt WatcliiiiHn Dicklnson, wbo was
111 and oll'duty tbe lattur part f last
week. lias rccovcrcd In a nicasure and is
on his bcnt oncc niorc.
Therc werctwo dances in Kast Mid
dlebury on Frlday evnnlng last one at
Ciood Tpnifilnis' iiall and tbe seroud the
fnrewell ball of Mr. Allen of tho dlen
.lobn W. IIull and A. A. Wood, Mlcbi
gan slieep dealers, bave boeti ln town tbe
paM. wcck. Tbe fornier sblpped a car
load to-day, bougbt of partlcs ln tbls
St. I'atrick's day, lat Saturday, pass
cd witbout special observance liere.
Indecd. tbe parades and cxerclses wbicb
used to tnavk tbe day wcre almot wbolly
oniitted tbrougliout tbe State.
Tbe Junior exblbition of Middlebury
collego will take placc on tbe ovcning of
Tuesday ucxUit Acadciny liall. An an
nounccinnnt rcgardlng admlsslon tlukcts
will be foumi auiong tbe local notices.
Messrs. Charles I'arklll of Weybridge
and Stowell Wrlgbt of Middlebury lett
lierc on Saturday niorning for 3Iontana.
Tbey intcnd to go iuto farnilng iu tbat
Gonnans and otber foreignerscontlnun
to be brouglit bero and blrcd to farmers
nnd otbers. Up ln Cblttendcn county,
wbere a nuinhcr wcre securrd last year,
tbei' bave uroved yery satisfactory belp.
Sbcep inen are antlclpating a large ex
hiliition of Mcrinos at tbe sbearing bcre
wrek after next. It will probably be tbe
mot interesting gatberlng of tbe sort
ever beld in Vermont.
I.overs of dancing iu tbis vicinlty will
doubtless be:r lu mlnd the Junior Kx.
hop at Acadetny ball, next Tuesday
nigbt. We aro aked to statc tbat tbe
ball bill will be S'2.00 per couple; re
Bt. Kev. W. II. A. Bissell, bishnp of
tbe diocesc of Vermont, uiade his annual
visitation to St. Stephen's parisb on
Monday evening and ndminlstcred the
rite of coullrmatiou to two perseus. Two
otber uiemhers of tbe conllrinatiMn class
were prcvented by illncss from being
No one now livlng bas seen Eastor on
tho 23th of March. It was as far back
as 1GGS, 1074, 17U1 and 1742 tbat Kaster
came on tbe liutli ot JMarcb. Tnls
coineidence is the lli ?t of its klnd in our
ccntury, and will not take plaee agaln
Easter will be observcd at tbe Mctbo-
dit cburch. In tbe mornins the -pastor
will dcltver an Easter sermon and ln tho
evening the Sabbath-school will givc an
Easter coneert. Tbe cburcb will be deu
oratcd and tbe muslc ln kceping witb the
Mrs. E. G. Grcone of St. Albans. pres
idpnt of the Woman's Cbrlstian Temper
anee Unlon, was in towu yesterday.
reccption in lier bonor was beld in the
afternoou at tbe resideuce of Mrs. Goo.
Walkcr, Seiuiuary street, at wbicb sbe
met a large number of tbe ladies of tbls
,Ioepb Moore, in tbe employ of E. W.
Judd, was severely iuiured, Tuesday
niorning. A niece of marblc tbat was
ueing nioveu icll on Jloore s lsg. jam-
rm itr and twiblmtr lt. ue was taKcu to
his boardinir-place Mrs. Batcbelder's.
Park street and Dr. Portor atteudcd
Mr. Henrv Bunu of San Antonlo,
Texac, sbips a car-load of rauis today.
Tbey are freni tlie flocks of G. E. Cbild
of Weybridge, Mr. Barker of I.eirester.
Gco. Busb of Sboreham. Frank Banilall
of Cornwall, Byron Sinitb of Addison,
t A. I.anders of Bridport, K. G. Farn
haui of Shoreham, II. E. Taylor of West
Cornwall and I.ee Traey of Sbclburn.
Tbe lot numbers 110.
Tlie recent fire at Bellows Fallscnused
a s-ligbt delay in tbe starting of the new
pulp mill. pleccs of niachlnery maklnc
in one of the shops burned being soiiic;,
wbat injured. The damago, bnwevaryts
not material, and the mill will sooir be '
in opcration. The mill at Belden's Falts.
owned by thp sanie eompany, is turnlng
out about flve tons of pulp every day.
We learn tbat a youn prlncess ar
rlvcd in town tbis week. lier moiher Is
tbeSlOOQueen ewe owned by Chapinan
A Glddlngs, descended iu a direut line on
tbe dam's side from E. Hammond's old
Queen ewe. We aro glad to announi'c
tbat ber royal bigbucss and tbe young
princoss are botb doing as well as can
be expected, and that tbe good reputa
tion of the royal famlly will be sustain
ed and probably acbieye greater celeb
rlty tbrougb tbis new accesslon.
Tuesday niglitoccurred tbe fortniglitly
meeting of tbe Musical club. The order of
exerclFes was as follows : Duet, "Make
me nogamly chaplet." Misses Phelps nnd
Uashlell; 'duct. "If filial lovc,-1 Mrs.
Foote and Mr. Lovett; vocal solo. "Tbe
Bridge," Mrs. Lovett; quartet, "Uutb,"
Mrs. Footo. Miss Bell, Messrs. Bowland
and Churchill; piano solo, "Trouba
dour," Miss May Powers; double quar
tet, "There was a river," Mrs. Judd,
Mrs. Foote. Miss Uashlell, Mrs. Bond.
Messrs. Qulnlan, Lovatt, Churchill and
Sheldon. The prograuime was unusual
ly short, owing to tho fact tbat sevcral
membcrs were ill witb colds and could
not perform their jiarti.
Tho Adelphl society of tbe Gradcd
school (hnlnr tbe vacation just euded
bavo niccly tltted up a llbrary room oll'
tbe ball. on tho second tloor, lu front
Tboy liayokalsomincd the walls audceil-
lug, put on some pretty uorucnng, put
up eonvenlent shelves and pninted tbem,
iiiia bavc a neat carpet on tlie tloor.
Tbey desire to Increase tlielr llbrary iu
number and valuc of books. Will not
fornier menibers, wbo bave books out,
rcturn tbem at once, tbat otbers may
bavo a cbanco to read tbem: nnd" will
not soinu of our cltiens wbo bave luter-
csting and valuabbi books wbicb tbey
bavc read donata soino of tbem to tbis
llbrary and so extend tbe spbere of their
Rev. W. J. Tilley, rector ot St,
Stephen's parish, tendered bis reslcna'
tlon at u meeting of tbo yestry beld at
tbe onnclusloii or evening scrvlce, hun
dav. and, after some debato and repre-
scntatlous on tbe part of tbo rector of
his wlshei, it was acuepted. Mr. Tlllcy
will go f rotn bero to ilrandon, to lake
charge of tbo pnrisb tbnre. His veslgna
tlon takeseflcct tbo Sunday after Easter.
Mr. Tilley cHiueto Middlebury three
ycar5ntro, suecrcding Kev. J. 'I. Frank
lin, wbo dled ntE-Ir. Pa., nboiit a year
slnce. Ue bas mado niany friends. iiotb
ainong piirlsbioners nml thofc not con
necled wlth the cburch, wbo will slncore
lv rcgrpt tbo dcparture of liliusclf aml
Mrs. Tlllcy from nninng us, and will
follow tbem wlth good wisbcs to his
neuMlcld of labor.
e'.''Xn occaslon of great Interest ln Mld"-
dlcbury was tbe marriago of Mrs. Beau
melle 11. Sturtcvant ol Middlebury and
Edward W. Pcct of Haywards, Cal..
wiiicn tooK piaco on tlie evening ot ntu
ncsday last, at tbe resldcnce of Piof.
Ezra ltrainerd, Ifev. Mr. Spearo ofllelat
Ing. Mr. Pcet is n Vcrmonter. in the
prinic of llfo. Ue Is spokcn of as a large
iuipoitcr of stock and sbccp. liearcd lu
Cornwall, Vt.. be cnrly sougbt a fortuim
ln a wlder spbere, nnd at lengtb scttled
in the Golden State. Ile now retums to
clalm ns bis wlfo the oqe whoin as his
playfcllow in their happy school days
bis boylsb beart set blgb abovc all ot'h
ers. Mrs. Sturtcvant bas niany warm
friends and admlrers tbroughou; (his
State. A prouiinenl mcmber of tbe
Woman's Cbristlan Tcmperance I'nion
from Its beginnlng, sbe bas of lato la
bored for tbis best of causes as State or
ganizer and lccturcr for that society.
The eompany was large. oonsistlng of
tbe rclatlves of tbo contractlng partles
and pcrsonal friends of tbe bride, in-
cludlng Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Grccne of
Ht. Albans. iurs. urccne Is resltletit ot
tbe W. C. T. V. of Vermont. The bride
was tastefullj' arrayed in plum-colored
velvet, decerated witb pink and white
cblna astcrs. During the ccremony sbe.
stood ln tbe same idace tbat sbe did
when sbe was united to ber llrst busbanil,
seventecn years ago. I'pon the walbju'-t
back of ber liiing the portrait of lier
niothcr, Mrs. E. l5. 1'ockwell, deeeaed,
as tbougb overlooking tbe scene. Tbere
were those prescnt whoattended tbe II i st
wodding. Thoy will rumcinber that wine
was givcn to the guests. Although It
wa- a teinperance boine, wlne was eon
sidered lndispenable on an occaslon of
ceremony in tboso days. Now, wlne at
a wedditig is rarelyscen; so we sec therc
is advancement in'uublii' opiniou as well
as piivato sentlnicnt. Consplcuou-" anion;
tlie niany iianusoma presents was an nir
bum qullt, the glft of tbo teinperance
women of the Statc. witb tbe nanms of
the donors writteu tbereon; also a gold
chain from sotne ladies of tbe Middle
bury unlon. Tbe collation was furnlsbed
by A. AV. Langmald. catorer, of Butlaiid.
It was elaboratc and faultless, and artis
ticAUy scrved. After the ceremony tho
bridal pair took tbe eveninir train for
New York, but will return and give a rc
ception at tbe Addison Ilouse parlors,
Xlarcb 2!) and April 'J. May prosperity
attcnd tliem tbrougb all tb'eir journey
ings. and pence and bapplues abide
witb tbem in tbclr distant liome.
Mr. Aaron Fiold of Ferrisburgli.
senior mcmber of the Hrm of Kield &
Bootb, hay dealers, is rcportcd in failing
It Is staled tbat Professor C. II.
TV(r,rli tlir, iintMilm iirttif.il, !il nf minrn.
bam academy, bas beeu invited to tbe
prlnclpalsbip or Atwoou itistltttte,
Albany, Obio, at a salary of 8'J,000 a
Bristol puts in a clalm for bavlng tbe
oldcst Sablnitb-scliool toacber lu the
State ln tbe pcrson of Mrs. II. Ncedbatu.
Sbe is over 85 years of age and bas beeu
a teacher in tbe Brintol Methodist scliool
Mrs. Julia C. R. Dorr of Butland. ac
compained by ber son. Henry K., salled
yesterday f i om New York for Bermuda.
Mr. Dorr bas, since bis graduation froin
Middlobury eollege ln 1S811, bcen on
tbe edltorial statf of the Springllcld
Mr. John L. Burdett b.is lmen appolnt-
ou paymastcr ot the aow i oru Ccntral
aud iludson Kiver rallroad, yice Charles
Becd, resigned. Mr. Burdett is son of
Mr. Jesse Huidelt, Miperintendent of
the l'utland divisiou of the Central Vor
E. M. Stllcs. wbo dled ln Rutland n
Sunday last,bad liumcrousacqiialntHiiccs
in tliis secnon. l or niany years ne was
on tho road for Z. Clark. tbe Brandon
tobacconist. and later was in the grocerv
busiutss in Rutland. Reccutly be bad
bnen on tbe road araln.
-n''i. M. :.,,. i';.. r.. ........ i nt i..W
14 coniainsiiieioiiowing: riieiuiiioiincft-
nient of the sudden deatb of Mr. Samiiel
II. Turrill this mor iuj; was received by
bis niany friends and acqualntances witb
feclingfi of paiulul surprise and profound
sorrow. It was unknown to niany of tliem
that he was ill, and he va lookcd upon
by all as an unusually strongantt nealtby
man. Mr. Turrill was born in Shore
ham, Yt.. Junc, 1821, and was conse-
ltiently in lils llfty-nintb year. ile
came to Cbicago in 18H0, soon engaged
In busincss, and at tbe tluie of bis ilealh
was senior pnrtner In tbe tirm of Turrill
& Havcn. Ile lcavcs a ife and a son
Late Stato and Yiclnity.
Frederick Billlngs of Woodstock, wbo
purchased tbe library of the late Oeorge
P. Marsh for $1(5.000, and preseuted it to
tbe L'nlversity of Vermont, has glvon
tbat institution 875,000 for the erectlon
f a library building.
Following is tbe stafl' of Brlgadier
Gencral L. (J. Kingsley : John F. Mer
rlll. Rutland, assistant adjutant general,
wlth rank of major; Seyinour II. Wood,
St. Albans, assistaut iiuarter-master
general, witb rank of maior; llub II.
Haxter, Rutland, and Georgc R. Miner,
Manchester, aides-de-canip, witb rank of
It is statcd uegotiatlons looklng to a
settlemeut of tbe dlH'erences between
tbe Central Vermont and Vermont &
Cauada rallroads lmye becn resunied.
Tbe Boston Ailvertiser of Monday iays
tbat in consciiucnco of th nutneraiis
tat mcnts tbat Hon. Y. A. Brooks,
president of tbe Vermont A. Cauada rall
road, vlewi'd unfavorably tbe pendlug
uegotiatlons between tbe Central Ver
mont aud his ruad, llreoks prescntcd bis
reslgnatlon as ircsidcut and director.
Tbe board of dlrcetors accepted it and
olected Col. Albert Clarke of Bostoti to
sucteed blm. Tbey also votcd to accept
a draft of 87,000.000, G per cent. niort
gage of botb roads, approved aud pre
sented by counsel of beth partlcs. This
lcavs no obstacle ln tbe wuy of the set
tlemeut of dltlluultles. wlth the exrep
tlon of a few mlnor matters of a private
nature. and the ai ranginent between tho
roadu is practlcally cotnpleted. A new
corporatiou will be organlzcd to whlch
the whole property will be transferred.
I'roposal for an Evening Scliool.
Ktlttnr llegtster aml Juurual It may be
tbat thernarc oine boys and yonng inen,
and posslbly some older persons, in Mid
dlebury who aro obllgcd to work during
the day. who would be glad to attend a
night scbool tlirec or fonr evcnlngs ln a
week, and learn a llllle more of some
partleulur bianch of a coinmon scliool
...1 .!.. -t t-,.
.(.-lun'iuiuii, ouiiu: may w isu in learn io
read hetter. soino to wrlte. soinn to cl-
phcr, soino to kcep their own accounts,
Bonio to wrlte a buslness or a friendly
lettcr whlch tbey would not bc ashamed
to havc nnybody see, and so nu.
Now. If tberw nre such. 1 ani wllllng to
belp theui, and I will mect tbem at tbo
school-housc on Monday evening next at
7 o'cloek, to tnakc a beginnlng. Bciiiem
licr, it is ucvcr too lato to learn. Notb
ing will becbargcd for thu teachlng. All
I ask Is tliat any who come sbali attend
rlgbt to busincss. C. I). Mi:ai,
I'rin. (Jradcd Scbool.
llnltpr in.il.lng is an nrt wlilcli Tliatcher's
OrniiKC Unttcr Colot tiMiijitinprly Hli.ulos.
How a NKWIlAMi'simtt: Man .mr Mr.
C'tiin lea T. Chapinan ol" Jtopklnton, N. II., relal
edliis exiicrlencu iccenlly to a reporlvr. "I
Imd." niMlie, "lnldoiit f.'ifl for mcillcine whlch
iiufur ilnl tlie ntiy K"'l 1 liailheait iliseane, nnd
Hr. Umvet' llenrt iti.k'iilnlor wa tho . iiIt renip.
dy I vmilil II i I . I wouldn't lie wltlumt it" This
reniody is a et'itaincuru lor heart troublcs.
Co;u)N'rSr-KAK Aliovu A Wiiitkh. This
wn Cainani Hnidliii-'s expi'ricnri! after cx.
iioxiirc ln h vlolent Htiiiin oll ihe Opc ol' liood
llupe. iiiilaiiintiiin ei'tllvd in his tlnnat, niiil I'nr
a liilc it bcemod as 11 h! u cmM oiu nt diph.
Ihcria. Athe Cnp nin iieverBoes to kea wllh
mitanipplv of I'eiry I)nvl' i'aiii Klllcr, he
knuw jmt what to ilo. Adosuollt krvc imnie
diatoiulivf. TlllJ Damiv, Tounp man, If you dcsire lo bn
a killcr uniinig the KliU, a ii'uular heait wiltor,
lit)our liur in the nilddlu, buy a twnty
liro cunt cnnu, snioke I'igarulten nnd t.ilk lolly
poi. Iiut If you nru Innccd orn roocI I'ill try
cwayue's 1'ills, warnintt-d lo cure Ihu Krcat
T.itietyiil'disuHe whleU begiu in clcriuiRennjiit
of the ntoniach. llrer and bowcls. Kullre.y fi ee
from mercurjand ofhcr ilelctcrlous aiibstancei.
lnce try llium and you will ncvor me any olbur.
Old rtin-out landscan bercstorcd tollipir nrle
iual lcilility liy thorouah fnltlvation nml libi-ral
:ipplicaliii of llr.iillcv's I'lioaph.itp, lor good
cropscaii bu grown wlth this I'hontiiiate aione,
c en il tho land be poor.
I..A. Muliols of l.unonburir, Vt savs, in this
"I nloUL'iioil sl- acies ol worn-mu nipadow
land ihat would not produce moru llian one-hnlf
ton ol nay to tnu acie anci snucu n to uaiK, using
200 nounds ol llradlov's phosphatc to thu ucro
and no othcr nianurc. 1 hai esK'il -230 biishols of
good oats, and the straw was oith inore lor niy
KtocK thnn the hay ihis land would have iro
duccil. Thc oats were entirely fieu from rust,
whieh I also atttlbutu to thc use of the l'hos
phatc." The llrst partv to coniply wilh our new law.
KiiYernlng the salu of coininerrial lertilUns ii
crniont. was tno uraiucy hcrlilier eompnny ol
liostou, tiuir ceieurau-ii urann,"iira(iie)'i-us.
phate," being the llrst fertllizcr licensed by the
M.itc. Tbls coinpany bas always beeu llrst in
SPANISH MERINO SHEEP,
ssmo Woodstock, - Vormont.
To use on Flat ltoofs in the placc of tin.
WILL LAST A L1KK TISIK IF PAiNTEO
once in flc years. eirSo Coal tar. For par-
tirulars Inquiic ol
II. II. IlUltLltUUT. Itcnnington, Vt.
Circulars free. 10.1
This Coinpany reccives deposils and pays
IXTKItKST AT THE P.ATE OF ! PEK CT,
uu.Doposits Not in oxccss of $1,500
aro EXEMPT FROM ALL TAXATION
to tho depositor.
C. JI. SI'AI'LDI.Nli, I'rcs.
CUUT1S WELLS, Treas.
lSurlington, Vt., Jtaicb 1, 1SM. 10 a
Notice to Farmers.
Furnlshod at From
$8 TO $12 PER MONTH.
For furihcr partienlars emiuire of
J. E. CllANE.Middlebury, Vt.
H. B. Dodge
Has thc Larscst Stock of
IX ADDISON COl'NTV. C'O.VSlSTlNti OF THE
LnDow Wlioel &
PERRY SPRINB-TOOTH HARROWS,
ALBIQN SEEDER, WITH
GRASS SEED AND FERTILIZER AT
BOWKER'S IIILL & DRILL
ife QUTNNIPIAO TIIOS.
PIIATES, & THE
Grass, Clovei, Pield and Gar
den Soods in tlioir sc&son.
Do cot fall to oxamlno and got prl
Tl I fiT IHU
1 llil III III
GOODS ATCOST ANDLESS THAN GOST
T. M. CHAPMAN & CO.'S
WE ARE BOUND TO OLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOOK Ob
XTRA INDUCEMENTS TO GUSTOMERS
Ecst brnnds of Prints, Cc jier yiird ; fornier price, 8c,
Crctonnca. 20 : bcon sclliiitr nt, 2!i;.
) Yiu-d vdo Cotton, Ctf per ynrd;
SHA.WLS, DRESS GOODS
AND WANY OTIIER
T. M. CHAPMAN & CO.
F. A. BOND & liiiO.,
f'Now lleady For iiispcction.
SHELDON & CO.
W. H. SHELDON.
Drugs and Medicines, Groceries,
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers.
lst Tlie heet of Groceries.
2d Thc befit stouk of J'oots, Shocs aiul Ruhliers in town.
!U1 l'nre Dniys and cdieincs, and coiiipetent pliannauists to dis
penso tlictn day and night.
OUR SPEOIALTIES ARE:
FIVE GROCERIES, PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, AND THE
BEST OF BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS.
Small Prof its and Good Value.
GOODS DELIVERED WITHIN THE VILLAGE LIMITS PROMPTLY.-n
ly receivins' from tlie best
Manufactures new goods,which,
togetber witli our large stoek of
Watches, Clocks, Silver ware,
Jewelry, Blank books and Sta
tionery, etc. etc., make one of
the largest stoeks of this line in
town. As we buy and sell all
goods for cash, we feel eoiilident
that we can make it an objert
for elose buyers to examine our
stock before purcliasing. We
show goods cheerfully. and ask
no one to buy unless tbey deem
it an pbject. All goods warrant
ed as represented. Watches a
GrlHO. 33. MARSHAL.L.
AT MINEll'S OLD STAND.J
bcon Bclling nt 7c.
TUTNGS BELOW COST.
Bond & Bro.
W. H G00DN0UGH.
SHELDON & CC.