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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1882.
$j$itfchm;m cG $otmmh WEDNKSIMY, MAY 21. 1882. Locnlltcms, Bktorr bujlnfc gloghams go and nk ttie pr.cw at Webstot'a. A LAitnicBtreettubular lamp for wUe AtWeb Bter'i very clioap. A ritiwoN In wnnt of rocmJ paaturlng can In qulro of Yh F. !1. Gary. CiiiLDnRN'n pchool liAtfl lor thlrty-flre cenfc at YaU's, poot-ofllce block. HosiKnv, rIovm, corrietri. and an eltgAnt ltne ol hftlr awltchea at Vall'a. Dinnkh platea fttzty ftnd aeventy-flve centn ir dozen at Webflter'i. Go aad eeo them. Attkntiom I callcd to the advertlncment of Steketee'sbln worradeatrojer tn another column. Nicw Roods keep corrjlng at Webnter's kld glovefl, llsle glover, rlbbonn, hoatery, bargalna In trlmmlnga, New Buramer mllllnery, bonneta, hata, feath tn, flowern andlacea rocetved thla week at Vftil'o, poet-offlce block, Goandaeetho bargalna atWebntei'a In drecs goodsj also in prlnta, cottonn, shlrtlngs, tlck.nga, rambrlca, lawQn, etc. Bariikd-wike fences of tho most approved and acleLtincally prlcklDg-aonot-tolnjure klndt for sale by G. 0. Graves & Co. Faiuikrs say the Stoddard churn is the stne qua non of alt butter-maklog contrlvancea. Graves & Co., Waterbury, bave a large asaortment. Nobiiy cprlng and aurnmer sulta for men and boya, aprlng overcoata, liata and capa In a varlety of tbe latest atylea and all klnda of outalde wear for sale at Nlchola', LinnT underwoar of every deacrlptlon, kld glovw, neck tiea and collara and every artlcle of gentlemena wear ln all gradea, atylea and prlcea, are alwaya ln atock at Nlchola', Now I the Ume to buy platos. Webetor, hav Ing on band two bundred fifty dozen and wlehlng to redace stock. offers them for tho rnnaU prlce of slzty centa per dozen or flve centa each ; also fifty dozen dlnner plates of the very beat ware at Beyenty-flve centa per dozen. Flohence oll atoves, blrd cagea, brass and palnted, palmer horse hoe and all klnda ot farm toola, vlsoa, anvlla, Bledgea, etrlklng hamraera, and every deacrlptlon of blacksmlth'a toola and the celebrated Oiford cut nall, the bestnallraade, at C. O. Gravea & Co.'a, Waterbury, Vt. C. 0. GuAVKfl & Co., Waterbury, are having greataalea ot wall paper. rurchasera In thla rlclnlty who formerly thought they mnst go to Montpelier or Burlington- to get an artlcle tbat was the correct thlng now trade In Waterbury. Gravcs & Co. aro contlnually addlng to thelr Btock and keep a full iwaortment. OnoitnE L. Niciiolr, famlllarly yclept " Old Nick," baa no dlnpOHltlon to hlde hls Hght under a buahel, but the old Nlck of aatanio llneage Beems to bave consptred with the prlnter'a Impa toprevent blm from touchlng off hls sprlng pyrotechntca. H Is a fact, bowever, tbat Mr. Nlchola baa, aa uaual a tplmg stock of ready-made clothlng and gentlemen's wear of every deacrlptlon tbat Is cholce In quality, extenslve In varlety and adapted In grade to the wanta and requirements of every claas of tbe communlty, and lf there Is any one point ln wblch Mr. Nlchola ezcels more than another, it Is In the matter of courteous treatment of customera and ln fair and reanon able pricea. Carrcnt Mcntfon. Born on Berlin street, Montiwller, May 22d, a bou to Mr. and Mra. Charles A. Smlth. TiiEJuneterm of Caledonia county court bc glna June 0. It ia eipected tliat the terra wlll be a Bhort one. Kkv. W. J. Johnson wlll dellver the Memorlal Dayaddrefsat Waterbury, Inoneot thechnrchea, at balf-paet ten o'clock a. m. Kmiqhant tralns on the Central Vermont are unuaually crowded tbts summer and they cauite mucb delay to the regular traina, Dit. S. W. Thayrb of Burlington baa started on a trip to tbe Yellowetone rlver and Manitoba. Ile wlll return at commencement tlme. Tiik Falrbankg scale company is conslderlng the project of lighting the resldencen, etore and acale ahops by the Edlson electric Hght. Tiik new oomet, known aa tbe Wells comet, bas been aeen with tbe naked eye at an observat ry in New York. It Is In tbe conBtellatlon CassIopR'a. Sui'EitiNTKNDKNT Daktt wlll bold educatlonal meetings ln Grand Isle county as follows: South Hero, June G; Grand Isle, June 7; North Ilero, June 8. OiAnLRa Bahnahd's young child dled very suddenly Monday nlgbt. Tlie mother ia ln a del Icate atateofbealth and the case ia a pecullarly aad one. WKshouldhaveBaid lastweekthat overforty couples were at the inaHquerade party, Instead ot forty persons. Another one wlll occur nezt Frl day eenlng. Thk Washington county conference of Congre gatlonal churcbea wlll be held at Waterbury, June Cth and 7th, commenclng at balf-past ten In tho mornlng. TuESDAY evenlng of last week, whlle John K rddy waa comlng down tbe stone Btepa leading from U. J, llargin'a, he trlpped and fell, breaklng a boue of bls anklo. Tiik book agency bualness has been boomlng since one of tbe gulld procured a verdlct of $1.16 agalnst a western man for klcklng hlm (the agent) off the steps. A HHOULAii communicatlon of Aurora Lodge, No. 22, Freo and Accepted Masons, will be beld at the rnasonlc hall, on Monday evenlng, May 21), at half-paat eeven o'clock. Tiie Odd Fellows of Vermont are to bave a grand reunlon at Queen City Tark, Juty 6th, Cth and 7th, immedlately after the Boldiera' reunlon, and preparatlons are maklng for a grand tlme. Govkknoh Farniiam has Issued his proclama' tlon containing otllclal intormation of tbe rediB' trlctiog ot the state ,into two congresslonal dis tricts, Beparated Bubtttantially by tbe Green MounUlns. Hkniiv BowEita baa been convicted at tbe dls trict conrt of the United Statea, ln Besslon at Windsor of robblng the mails. Iliram A. Huse and Wllllam A. Lord of thls vlllage ably de- fended hlm. Tiik biidge dejiartment ot the Central Vermont rallway ia now at work alterlng tbe bridge acroas Worcester branch to a double track one. Thls bas been rendered necessary to make more track room for tbe yard. Tiik town of North Adama, Mass., Is intereBt Ing Itself ln the proiosed rallway from Brattle boro to Wilmington. The buslneas men tliink that by bulldiog an extenslon of twenty mllea they can dlvert a nhare of the trade from Brat- .tleboro. In reponee to a personal Invltation from one of our townsmen, who ia an adralrer of ex-Presl dent Grant, to come to Montpelier durlng his Btay In Vermont tbls summer, the general bas written tbat be wlllprobably acccpt the proffered courtesy. Juht becauae tbe hoodlnma were around ln Ben nington on a recent nlght, tbe Jlanncr wblch waves in that hlstorlo town wants the poltceroei to be "round o' nlgbta." Doosn't tbe Ilanner suppope policemen 11k a to sleep " o' nlgbts well aa other people? Thk St. Jobnsbury and lake Champlain rallway has adopted a ayotem of wblstle Blgnals mucb used ln tbe west, but new here. Ihepaasenger looomotives glve one long blast followed by two Bhort ones, and the freigbta glve two long ones followed by two short ones. Tiik Hope (Dakota) J'lonecr, juat recehed from an unknown aource, U a iraall sheet but It dis plays the marked characteristlcs ot the frontier preas energy and llfe. In one paragraph It screams frantlcally, with dellghtful alllteration for a barber, a baker and a butcber. Tiiohk from abroad Intendlng to' attend the IJnlversalUt Assoclatlon to be held at North Montpelier durlng tbe second week ot June, w1h)) log for ftccominodations over nlgbt, will confur livor by sending thelr names to W. G. Nyo or Byron uoodwln ot North Montpelier. A KnouK Nland odltor has just dUcovered that " there is a certaia cbua of peciple whe, when they pay a blll, tliink they are conferrlngaspeclal favor upon tbe party recemng the money, and ii dlscbarglog the obllgatlon act pretty much tbough they bad tecelved notblng la return." Tiiohk who tbtnk Albert Sparrow ot the Union llouse is destltute of any sense of humor are greatly mlstaken. George the " nlgger," as is fond ot calllng himself-was drawing a wagou down tbe street wben Albert nuletly askod, M IIow would you like to rldo after our new black horse 7" Tkkuk wlll be Memorlal eierdsea, under tbe auspices of Brooks 1'iMt, G. A, II., at Trlnlty cburcb neit iiunday afternoou at tbreeo clock, All tnjldier, wbether meinbers ot the post or not are requested to ineet at G. A. It. hall at two o'c'ock, Ilalt 1'ost of Worcester Is exiteited to be present. Tiib Addison county republlcan conveutlon will be beld at the court bouse In Middlebury on Tues day, June 20. Tho Chittenden county republlcana have flxed upon June 28 as tbe date of thelr con ventlon, tbough the date may be changed bccanae that Ia commencement day at tbe Univeralty of Vermont. ItAtUtoAD tlcketa to the concert by Mlas Kel logg and the Temple Quartette neit Friday even lng, at the operahonae In Burlington, wlll besold for faro one way at Montpelier statlon. Tralns wlll return at the cIobo of the roncert. ttwlll probably be the lant cliance to bear Mlsa Kellogg In Vermont. ' W. W. MoNTOOMKnrot Fairfield and Jobn H. Taylor of Fishervllle, N. II., have each deposlted S100 forfelt for a Hghtwelgbt wrextllng matchfor 81,000, catch welghta, collar and elbow, to occur In Mancheater May 31st. Taylor defeatod Mont gomery tn that clty several montha ago, after a cloae conteet. In our F.ly correspondence wlll be found a trnthful account of the late sale of the oopper ralne at that place. There bave been many state ments In tbe press about It, all more or lew Inaccurate. There bas been no strike there ln ; consequence of the reductlon In wages, as bas I been reported. Tiik publlo aervlces on Decoration Day, Tnea- j day the .10th int., will be beld on tbe state hoiue grounds ln the same place as last year and tbey j wlll be substantlally the same as last year. There ! will be a parade, muslo by the Montpelier band, ! decoration ceremonles and an oratlon by George ; W. Wlng, Esq. At a meetlng of the dlrectors of the Montreal and Vermont Junctlon railroad company, last week Wednesday, the followlng odlcors were cbo sen: I'reeident, J, 8. Brigham; vlce-president, John Gregory Smlth; secrotary and treasurer, A. II. Gllmouri auditor, Jo. D. Ilatchj managlng dlrectors, John Gregory Smlth, Jed 1'. Clark, Jo D. llatch. Maiwiall W. Milfs was marrled Saturday to Mlss Sadie Mills, a coraposltor ln the Watciiman ofllce. Our thanks are due for agenorous re membrance. We know very little about the groom except that in thls affalr he has the better half, and lt he falls properly to show hls apprecla tlonoftbat fact he wlll be duly and gratultously advertlsed. Kvkh Bince Ilarry IX Parker baa bad the control ot the Bradford Optnion tbere bas been coneUnt lmprovement not only in matter but In its make up. He has taken a new departure ln changlng the form to an eight-page Instead of four-page sheet a vast lmprovement, and tbe paper la de aervlng of the abundant successwblcli nodoubt it wlll bave. Thk lnltlal numbor of the Green Mountatn Echo, a monthly paper publlsbed at San Fran clsco and representlng the I'aclfio Coast Assocla tion of Natlve Sons of Vermont, Is before us. It is edlted by George W. Ilopklns, secretary ot the assoclatlon, and U n neat little Bheet. In It Is tbe song of the Vermont era, " IIol all to the bordersl" and, beaidei much other matter pertaluing to Ver mont, the firat ot a serles of blographtcal sketches of Vermont governors from Thomaa Chittenden to Koswell Farnham. Tiik wlvea ot members of Grand Army Post J, C. McCoy, Columbus, Oh!o, rrepared a sllk banner and flag, whlch was presented to the post with ap oprlate ceremoniea on the 18th instant. Mrs. C Clark made tbe presentAtlon with a handsome address whlch was bandsomely responded to by Post Commander Carl N. It.incroft, who bas many relatlves and f rienda ln thls reglon. Ue waa born ln Plainfield, son of Nathanlel Bancroft, and grandson of Darlus Boyden of Montpelier. Doc tor Bancroft was, like the son, patrlntlc, having volunteered for Plattaburgh In 1814 In tbe Mont pelier company. Tiik moat notablemuBical event of theaeason transpires at Burlington nezt Friday nlght. Mlss Kellogg, Mrs. Shepard and the Temple Quartette are the attractlons. Mlts Kellogg Is the loading American soprano; flhela about toretlreto prl rate life, and the opportunltles for heartng ber agaln ln publlc at any polnt are few, and doubt less thls is the last In Vermont. Mrs. Shepard and the Temple Quartette are popular favorltes, and alone are an ample attractlon. Arrange- ments have been made, as notlced elsewbere, to accommodate Montpelier and tople in the vicln- Ity who may wlsh to attend. Col. GiiKKNLKAKof the Flrst Ueglment, N. Ga bas Bent out bls report of the drllls ordered for the regiment In Aprll. Seven comiKinies reported. From companles A, G, and K, no reports were received, It appears that the average number in tbe companles U nlnety per cent of the quota, flfty-one each; average attendance atdrill, fifty per cent, and average tlme spent in drill, fifty minutes. Col. Greenleaf mya: " As com- pared with the reiorts of the preccding montb tbere Is a small lncrease In actual membershfp and drill; but the average gain ls not what was boped for, amountlng to less than three per cent." Wk trust that in every communlty there will be Bome sort of services on Decoration Day, Where no other organlzatlon ezlsts to whose hands the duty may be entruBted, let it be taken up by the Snbbath-Bcbool organlzatlons as bas been done ln Waterbury, Pastors and S.ibbath- school superintendenti acting ln concert wlll be competent to devlse approprlate observances whlch may be made salutary to tbe youth wblle performlng a grateful Bexvlce, lt is einlnently fit tbat the chlldren sbould take upthls patrlotlc task aa lt is rellnqulohed year by year by the bands of comrades, whose ranks death and in- flrmlty are rapidly tblnning. Iksuant to the provisiona of sectlon 3.31H) of the Hevised Iaws, a hearlng was held last Tharsday by the commlssloners appolnted by tbe upreme court to fiz the rates to be cbarged by tbe Central Vermont to tbe St. Jobnsbury & Lake Champlain rallway for tranBportlng frelgbt over tbe strlp ot road between Swanton and Itouees Polnt fitteen and one-balt mllea. Tlie commls Blon was compoed ot two of the Massacbusetts rallway commiBsIoners, and one Wltter. Tbis is the second tlme the rates have been adjusted and a majorlty of the cnmmliudoners declded to reduce them from nlnety to thlrty centa per ton. Mr. Wltter was the mlnorlty raember. Colonel W. L. Gkeenlkaf of the First Ttegi ment, Vermont Natlonal Guard, has made the followlngBtaffappoIntments: K. J. Cofey,captain and provost marshal, vlce L. J. Smlth, retrfgned; A. A, Hall, first lieutenant and reglmental ln spector; M. D. Greene, first lieutenant and adju-1 tant, vlce A. D. Tenney, promoted ; A. B. Ilastlogs, sergeant Company I, sergeant raajor, vlce Greene, promotod;C F. Colllns, first color sergeant, vlce Barrows, dlscharged; J. Wllllams, cor(oral Com pany K, to be second color sergeant, vlce Colllns, promoted; K W. Landon, bugler Company C, to be chlef maslclan, vlce SimmonB, dlscharged. These are admlrable appolntments, and among the best are those of Captain H. J. Coffey and Charles F. Colllns. Tbe regiment has no better soldler than Sorgeant Colllns. Camilla Unso, Helen Potter and Marguerlte Hall form a comblnation whlch can not fail of ytelding the hlghest measure of cultivated enjoy ment, and tlieir entertainment in Capital Hall, Monday evenlng the 20th, la looked forward to with pleasant antlcipatlons by tbts coramonlty, Beyond WUheluij and Hemenyi and such masters of the Instrument as tbose, Madame Urso baa not a peor as a vlollnUt, Slnce her last appear ance here she has made the tour of Kurope, and the press epeak of lier mastershlp of the instru ment as complete and her power over her audl- ences as marvelous, MUs Potter waa here two yearsagoand was greatly admlred by all who heard ber. She ls the most finished mistress of her art now before the miblic Mlss Hall is un known, but comea with tbe prestlge of blgh musl- cal aulllty possessed by botb father and mother. Auguste Sauret, plantst, has the reputatlon for sklll and ezcollence. Tlie Semlnary Ilill acholara propose to attend In a body, lt is reported, and as seats are selllng rapldty people wlll do well to glve Mr, Phlnnoy an early call ln order toget well seated. I'ersonal. Postmastpii Jameh 8. Prck bas returned In lmproved bealth. Quahtkumastkh GkneuaIi Kinohlev arrlved ln towu Monday evenlng. Colonel Amikut Clahkk's daughter ls rapldty reoverlng fromdlpbtberla. Juikjk KoimmcK Uioiiakoson and wlfe re turned to Boston on Tbursday last. Mu. Clauenck Witur of tbe St. Albans J Mnyer jub olllce, spent Sunday in town. Kkv, Wii.liam S. IIazkn ot Northfield ez- changed with Mr. Hlncks on Sunday last. Sanfokii GaANOKii, a promlnent citizen of Bellows Falls, dled May 17, aged elghtj-ali years. II, A, Alijkn, auperlntendeut of the South FJMtern rallway, has not reslgned, as has been reported. IUv. U O. llKAarow wlll dellver the aluinnl address at tbe comlng commencement of tbe Randolph Norinal School. Mu. Gkoiuik Gukunbev of thls vlllage wlll bulldthe new Free B.iptlt churcli at St Johns bury. He oflered to do it for Jt. O. Stuji tkvan r of Swanton Is attendlng the annual convention of tbe Natlonal Grand iLdge ot Good Teuiplars at Cbartedton, S. G, Sr-KAifKH JamemL. Mautin, Phlueas Chamber- llo.C, P. Hoganand Vlward W Bisbeebavebeon admitted to practlce in the United Htate courU. M, C. Hralkt has riven u tbe place ofas- slstAnt superlntendent of the reform school, and has gone Into the drng basinesa at Cllnton, Mass. Mn. C 8. FonnES. tbe " Forbea' ot the Boston Journal, hM been ln town several tlmes durlng the past week, looklng after the Interoats ot tbat jonrnal. to. llAitniNOTON, formerly In the eroploy of Flaher & Colton, returned to town Monday morn lng from Uutland, where he bas been at work at hls trade. IIaiuiw, ot the St. Jobnsbury Imtex, made ns a pleasant call Monday mornlng wblle on hls way home from Burlington where he had been to seo hls slck wlfe. IIon. W. II. It. Bingiiam was In attendance at the dlstrict court at Windsor last week as a wit nesa In tho case ot Dudley vs. Lamoille Countj Natlonal Bank. Dh. H, A. Cottino, ln connlderatlon of hls orlglnal researcbea on bulldlng stones, has been elected a member of tho Boclety of natnral hls tory at Brookvtlle, Ind. Kx-GovEBNoit PnocTon, General W. Y. W. Iitpleyand Mr. Jamea C Dunn of Uutland, on piscatorial pleaanreabent, were at Misslsquol bay and vlclnlty last week. P.DWAno lliu.En, who baa been baggage master on the Boston, Concord & Montreal railroad, bas now a slmllar pOBitlon on the St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain railroad. Kowaud W. TnoMrsON ot the Central Vermont railroad closes hla work at St. Albans thls month when he wlll go to New Yoik to snperintend the advertlalng for hls mountain travel bustness. J. W Sadt.t, of the AfeBsenyer, has our entlre aympathy ln hla afillctlon. 111s wife Ia danger ously ill ln thls vlllage, and be has been here several tlmea durlng tbe past week to care for her. Dh. 1L A. Cuttinci has been appolnted ln be- half of the Vermont State Medlcal Soctety a delcgate to attend the meetlng of tbe American Medlcal Aasociatlon, to be beld at St Paul In June. Gfoiioe GutiLKV, a workman ln Falrbanks foundry, whoiormerly worked at tbe Lane Man factnrlng Company's foundry, had bls foot badly jammed by a beavy plece of lron falllng upon lt, one day last week. A. S. IlATCiiKtXKit, 1'j-q., law partner of IIon. Ilarry Bingbam of Little ton, New Hampshlre, was ln town last week, and startod Monday morn lng with Hlram Atktns forafour days'trialof bajts fishlng at Camp Watson. Mn. Geohok 1- IIammoni) of Middlebury, el- dest son ot the poatmaBter, was lately marrled to Addie Vlrglnla Cowles, daughter of S. B. M. Cowlesof New Itaven. They Immedlately left for Montreal on tbelr brldal tour. Samuel Inoaliji of Greensboro, who bas lately dled, was for many years a director and for four years presldent of Caledonia Natlonal Bank at Danville. He dld a large amount of buslness ln bls lifetime and be wlll be aadly mlssed. Ex-Lieutenant GoVKiiNon IIiNCKXEY baa re turned from Washington accompanled by A. S. Austln, lq., both of Chelsea. We have already mentloned the fact that Mr. Austln has been ad mltted to practlce before the United States su preme court. Joiin W. Peck, A. W. Ferrln, Wm. T. Dewey, Clarence Whlttler, C. C. Uamsdell and Joseph Vatter started Tueday mornlng for a week a fish Ing at Greensboro pond, The mentlon of these names Is enough to strlko terror to the heart of every trout In the pond. IIevb. A. D. lUitiiK.it and C. S. Smttb go to Windsor tbls week to attend the trial at tbe United States dlstrict court of tbe case ot Shurt leff vs, Stevens. The defendant ls Hev. A. Stevens, D.D., ot Westminster West, who, It ls alleged, slandered tbe plalntlff. Lewis lt. Momus the first clerk of Windsor county, was appolnted ln 1782 and beld tlll 17! j; he was followed by Benjamln Swan, who served forty-three years, tlll 18&; tben Norman Willlams was appolnted and beld the ofllce twenty-elght years, and was succeeded In 1807 by George B. Frencb, the present Incumbent. Four Incum bents only ln one hnndred years. Bkv. A, D. BAitrtEK Is temporarlly gupplylng Hev. II. A. Kogers' desk at tbe Baptlat cbarcb. llepreacbed there last Sunday and wlll doso agaln nezt Sunday. Mr. Kogers Is away attend- lng the annlversary ezerclses of the American Baptlst Home Mlssion Society, American Baptht Publlcatlon Society, and tbe American BaptUt Forelgn MUsionary Union, in New York clty. Mhs. Euabtub Howaud met with a fatal accf- dent at Kast Hardwick last Thursday evenlng, white the rest of the family were away. She went to the cellar and returned to tbe top of the stalrs, and It Is supposed fAinted, falllng to the foot of the Btalrs Btrlklng her head agalnst the wall, cuttlng her head and fracturlng her Bkull, Sbe was found ln an unconsclons state and re- malned so untll Saturday mornlng when Bhe dled, Sbe was a most eetimable lady about Beventy years of age. Funeral services last Sabbatb con- ducted by Kev. C. K. Gordon. Hkv IIowahd F. II ill. rector of Chrlst churcli, bas returned from hls recent visit to Concord. N. II. The Concord Monitor. after clvlng a brief renort of bls sermon on Ascensiou day at tbe olllclal vialta- tlon to Mount lioreu uommanaery, aays : " lt was nn phmv task to speak to masons on thelr secret matters, so as to be understood, and yet not glve t'K mnch Intormation to those not entltled to IL Thla, it seems generally felt, was Buccessfully no corapURneo. iiie sermon was an eiaDorate, wholarlT. nointed and satiafactorv Droduction. and was Ustened to with tbe closest attention to the end, ellcltlng many encomlums from the Slr Jvnignis. Obltuorlos Mks. IIenhv Nutt. Green Mount Ometery has lone had neculiar attractlons for thia devoted mother. Year after year she was wont to resort tearfully to the spot haltowed by the ashes of her cniidren, oi wnom nine passea on oeiore uerj ana now at length her form has boen borne.thHher, no more to return to the loved house on the htll. Her life of almost three quarters of a century was necessnrily much confined to the actlvlttes of the home circle. Tho care of a very large family of chlldren, and the labor lnevltably falllng tothe lot of a bousekeeper on a farm, largely engroosed ber energles; so tbat to toil became almost a sec ond nature. and she sbrank from protracted in- valldlcm and dependence more than from death. Wonderfully apt, even In tbelr literal sense, seemed many ot the worda of King Lemuel's mother concernine the " virtuous woman." as Kev. Mr. Mlller read them ather funeral. Her husband s name and hers stand first on the trea- ent Ilst ot members of the Methodlst church ln thls villace: and with him Bhe has Bhared rlchlv in the esteera and grateful and affectlonate ap- preciauon oi a wiae circie oi neignoors ana ac qualntances; whlle the memoryof her lndefatlga ble fndustry, her lovlng, unselfish devotlon, and ber Chilstian conpecratlon. wlll enshrlne ber ln the nearts or ner companion oi aimost liity-iour years, ana ner surviving cmiaren ana granacnii dren, as im $amt oj im nearutsioM. Boutwell. Kliza Burbank. wife of the late Colonel Levl Boutwell, dled ot pneumonla at her resldcnce In tbis village, on tbe lUth lnstAnt, aged seventvelght years. Mrs. Boutwell was tbe daughter of the late Silas Burbank, Senlor, who and establlBhed the first paper-mlll ever bullt in removea lo Moniie ner irom onaron bdoui iblh. town. ln l&ia, Bue marriea (joionei uoutweu, tben of Cbolsea but who aoon removed to Mont pelier, where he reslded untll hfs death. The death of Mrs. Boutwell leaves but a slncle survt- vor of ei&rht brothers and Blsters. Gardner S. Bur bank. Ksq.. of Fltchbureh. MassarhuBetts. of the old firm ot Crocker, Burbank St (3o., eztenslve and successful manufacturers ot paper. The de- ceasea were mrs. itoger uuooara, am. Azro Ioomis, Mrs. Luman Knblee, Lutheria (who never mtrneaj, Mrs. iioutweu, a iwin sister wno uied in cniidnood, and oiias, Junior, jurs. iiout- well waa ezceDtionallv oulet and undemonstratlvi In manner. but her life was characterlzed bv char- ity ana gooa woras. Scovill. Maria Davls. wlfe of J. Lanedon Scovilt, dled of pneumonla at the resldence of her son. li N. Scovill. on Seminarv llill. Monday. the TJd lnstant, Aged 70 years. Mrs. bcovlll was a natlve of Barnard, Vt , and eldest daughter of uev. joei iMvis, jor many years tue uongrega tlonal mlnlster of that town. More than fortv- llve veara auo she marrled and came to reside upon tbe Scovill farm ln Berlin whlcb ber hus- oana s lamer naq reciatmea irora a niiaerness, and which remalned the home of hereelf and hus- band untll soiue llve years slnce, when they came to reside with thelr son. lier slckness was but of four or five dav duratlon. and boded a fatal tir- mlnatlon from the rlrnt. as nhe came dlrectlv from anzloua and almost unremitted watcblng at the dylDg Ped oi her youngest sister, Mrs Lyoa, u fullow ber so nulcklv to the better land. Mrs. Scovill had been a most wortby member of and conetant attendant upon Bethany church for neariy mn wnoie oi ner marriea me, ana in au the relatlons of wlfe, mother, nelghbor and f rlend she was scrupulously kind and falthful. Her end was peace. Lyon. -Llizabeth Davls. wifeof Mr. C. M. Lvoi ls recorded above, dled of pneumonla at ber late roniuruuo uu r.iui Birewi, oo viie r.'iu iuwtui aii, Lvon had beena aufTerlnirlnvalld for manv vears. and yet ln the srciuslon of her slck room were devtloid some ot the rlchest fruits of tbe Chrls tlan falth and hope, and her memory wlll always be ezceediogly prerlous to ber surviving frlenda as of one who followed closely ln the footsteps of hlm who was " made perfect throughsuuerlng, MONTI'KLlKll ANU W'KIAA KlVKlt ltAILUOAl). Owlng toa change iu tbe tlme of holding thean nual meotlng of thls corioratlon, the recently- iHnuuu fvixju euiuracesft iwrioa oi inieep momu -from Januury 1. 1881 to Airll 1. 1B82 'Ib avorage monthly earnlngs of the road for the period were &7,7'J3J0; Jor the year previous, S7,VOt,06-an lucreantt of tfMOM Tbe grons earnings oi iuo roaa were euo,Mi,li, grotis womiDK ipfnne, iu,-i.'o.m, leaviug a nei in comeof 6'JJ,4iil,H, the earulngs came from th followlng.sourcesi Frelgbt, tf(i8,712 (W; tuntsen gers, c-ii,iin 'u ezpress, J.iuo.mj, raau, Mn HH7H. (f the expeiidltures. Sl.'t.lul.Jl were for malutenance of roadbed: tfO.hl H7 for iimiute- nuiico of lllOtlve txiwer. lt.Vl.772 '27 for cmtt tA working tbe road fc(t,;t'W 00 for txwt of mauace menti jC'J.trfr.M for uiUoollanenuseipenseM, '1 wo hundred slity tons of nteel rails havo Imen lald and lJ,.n new ue. Many otuer improveiuents haye been made and tbe atfalrs pf the compiioy are In a prospermiM iondltion. The total debt Aprtl iBl waa)J,Uo8,i. Vcnnont Slalo Notts. ADDISON COtTNTT. The work of dredzInffOtterCroek at Vergennes iAS rnmmpnf fvl TIia frftlirht anit tARsen2er statlons at Middlebury were entered last week Tuesday evenlng and both safes forced open. The burglars found no money ln tbe frelght ofllce, but ln the passpnger ofllce they found and carrled away about 8100, of whlf h 300 belonged 10 me ticaet agent, ueorge aiarsnaii. ine snim were rnined and the tnpers atrewed about the ftoor. Ther made thelr nHciinA... .There ls talk of moving the passenger statlon at Middlebury north to the trlansle near the frelght stAtlon A son of Charles Le Boeof of Vergennes baa snf fered the loss ot several teeth and the f racture of his law by a base-ball club whlch sllpped from thehandsof another boy It. K. St U K. Ste vens of West Salisbury bad a horse, buggy and harness stolen tho pigbt ot the recent burgtary of the rallway statlon.. ...Jamea M. Mlller ofTroy. N. Y.. And narnev MrGnrmlck havabeen arrested on susplclon of belng the persons who lately broke mio me Aiiuuteuury rauway BiAiion.....A uoner bnrst at the statn tfifnrm at hnol nt Vergennes re cently and Ofllcer J. W. Parker waa severely hurt, the llesh around hls eyes belng serioualy burneil. RKNNINOTON COUNTT. Henrv Itflcel. who was so badlv mansled by belng thrown agalnnt a clrcular saw at Hartwcll vllle, has at last dled after endnring intense suf ferlng. CALEDONIA COUNTT. Mrs. Henrv G. Davlnon of Waterford, the old lady who fell and broke her hlp a few weeks sgo, lsdead.....The railroad lumber shed at Lyndon ville raught fire recently. Little damage done. ...nerDert boutnwortn, sizteen years oia, nas been fined S10 and rosts for Bteallng ZQ at the Avenne House, St. Johnsbury.. ...Agents of the pension ofllce are looklng tip pension frands around St. Johnxbury Hlaf HeAth of Barnet sheared twenty-flve sbeep for James Galbraith, the fleeces of whlch welghed 2.T8jpounds. The beavlest fieece welghed fourteen and one-half fDimds, whlcb was taken from a yearllng buck. he sheep were Cotswold, ten of them yeArllngs. CIIITTENDKN COUNTY. The crlb at the north end of the brcakwater at Burlington wlll soon be completed. It ls flity nine feet In length and wlll be snnk In thlrty-nlne feet of water The Vork of dlnraantllng tho the Unlversity butldlngs at Burlington Is pro ceedlng rapidly. Tbe laboratory has been moved to the medlcal college, and a temporary bulldlng will be erected for the armorv Tbe search for the body of Kugeno Lallme, drownod last week ln Lake Champlain, has proved unavalllng. A sub- marlne diver has been summoned Tho dwell- Ing house and contents of Sidcey Thompson ln Jericho were burned last week Tueaday, Loss, 81,500; Insuretl Thelnmatesof the Jall ten, eight men and two women lately made an un Buccessf ul attempt to escape by burrowing througti the floor Tbe laat veHtige of tbe old college domo at Burlington hasdisappeared. KHSEX COUNTV, William Buck. clerk of tbe Stewart House at Island Pond, was ellghtly Injtired by falllng from the pltcblng bole ot the barn to the gronnd, fif teen feet. . . . J. W. Cade ot Island Pond came near loslng hla eye by a plece of board hltting lt. FRANKLIN COUNTV. Two nrlsoners. Sabln and Frost. escaned from the Jall In St. Albans last Tbursday nlgbt by dlg glng under the foundatlon wall, and tunnellng under the sldewalk not a very dlfllcult fcat. as the wall does not eztend more than three feet be- low tbe lloor. FroHt was awaltlng eztradltlon to Canada for alleged robbery and assault upon Frank New ton at Stukely, P. Q , last fall. One prlsoner named Flood ref used to accompany them, and he savs tbe onlv ImDlements thev had was a stove ehsker and a tin wash dish. They have not et been recapturea.... ine resiaenre oi jmes '. Sullivan. on the outnklrts of tbe vlllAge ot St. Albans. was burned earlvon Thursdav mornlmz. . . ..Lewis Brow, a crlpple, was left alone in a house in bwanion. sittme oeiore tne ure. a sttaric set his clothing on fire, and be was burned to death, ....ine Burveroi tne uanaoa junction rauwav is rapidly progreising, and lt Is ezpected that cars wlll be runnlng In about nine months,...The lollowlng dlrectors of the Central vermont rall way were elected at St. Albans last week: J. Gregory Smlth of St. Albans, J. K. Langdon of iternn, u. r. ineney oi nosion, ueorge ai. uico i worcester, j. ii. rvimDan oi iiatn, siaine. w. Jacob Kdwards of Boston, James W. Kmery ol Portsmouth, Otls Drury of Boston, B. B. Smalley of Burlington, W. II. DuBois ot Kandolph, W, ii. ii, isingnam oi otowo. ?o otner miainess was transacted. The number of Bhares voted was y.'i35.. . .The pavillon at Misslsquol park, burned lasc weeK, is to ue reDuut at once....uovernor Smith's barn at St. Albani bay was burned but weeK. low, s.ouu.,,,,inere lsto Deaotgez curslon from Montreal to Misslsquol park to-day, LAMOILLE COUNTT. The roof of A. L. Stones house In Ilvdenark bas been burned off. ..llenry Farwell, a poor club-footed man tn Johnson, who has llved by hlmself for years. started to go and see hls former wife and found her gone and the bouse alone. He had a fit, lt ls supposed, in the yard, and lay inere nn tne grouna irom rrmay uu inesaay, ue Qiea weanesaay. OKANOB COUNTV. White Georee Bowlev was nuttlnor on a bolt at uurant Aaams paper mui at wells uiver last week Tuesday, be was caucht bv the sbaft and carried around it many times until hls arm was torn irom its socaet ana ootu legs were Droicen. ine uniortunate man dled on Tnursday. ORLEANS COUNTV. The farm house of Cbarles Barber at North Troy was burned last week Tuesday. Loss, S1.000.....L. P. Galtup, ez-sherlff of tho county, a wealthy and promlnent citizen. bas been taken to Brattleboro asylum for the Insane K. I). uooinson. aeaier in eroceries at uarton. is n- nanclally embarrassed Mrs. Dr. Kuggtes of Barton dlsplayed remarkable preBence ot mind tbe other nlght. Having accldentally broken a Kerosene iamp, sue ran w tne aoor wun it ana threw it out upon the crround. iust as lt ez- ptoded. ...The case of II. S. Wade and others agalnst Charles Allen's estate was settled ln the county court thls terra. Thls case was wbeu cnaries Aiien, as aaminisiraior oi ira Aiien s ettate. after settlincr off with all beirs as Der agregment, was afterwards sued by an helr, who was not of age at the Ume the estate was settled, for her legal portlon. The court decided that the agreement oi a minor in sucn a case is noi oina Ine. unless sald mlnoralllrma lt after becomln? of aee A committee has been anpointed bv the Methodlst church at Newport to examlne Into the actlon ot the pastor by wblch a promlnent memoer, wrs. j. i , ureen, was expenea irom tne cburcb for laughlng in the chofr The dry bouse near Bartlett's mlll in Brownington was burned last week Wednesday. There belng a strong wina, air. uartieti s oarn was set on me, out tne names were soon ezungaisuea. UUTLAND COUNTV. Tbe temnerance socletv of West Kutland re. allzed Bome 5100 at thefr recent fair W, P, Weeks ol rawlet nas caugut feventy-nlne lozes n me same trap ana in one piace witoiu a lew seasons naBt...PhlllD Dodne was eerlouslv in- jured by a blast at Cuttingaville last week Tuea day, Ue dld not retlre to a safe dlstance and was struck bv stones ln tne faco. Ile wlll tirobablv dle...Henry C. Harrls bas been nomlnated as xwtmaster at Center Kutland The dwelliDe- iiouse ot John C. Jones was burned In South Poultnev last week Tbe Kutland county aerl cuttural socletv has leased Its eronnds to B. II. wooiev untll Anru l. ifww. reservine tne one ol them durlng the fair week...,A little son of Jobn McCormack of Uutland was caught beneath a marbie BDire wnicn ne and bls comDanions accl dentally overturned in play and received severe ana pernaps monai iniunes. iiau it not ueen lor the herolc efforts of hls playmates, wbo finally succeeaea in moving tne spire ana reieasing nim, tne ooy wouia nave oeen crusnea to aeaui, WINDHAM COUNTV, The tralns on the Brattleboro & Whltehall nar. row gauge rallway had very 111 luck and ran off the lron three times In one day last week Wednes day. One traln narrowly escaied belng thrown down an embankment nlnety feet bfch. The ac cldent was caused by the dropping ot a wbeel ot tue tenaer...iue urameDoro nooaiums broke loose on a recent evenlng and the pollce bad a livelv fisht with them ln whlch billles were freelr UBed, One Boyce got two sbarp hlta and was m severely lnjured tbat at one tlme lt was thought be would dle, but it proved to be only a bad acalp wound,.,, The new lron bridge across the Connecticut rlver at Bellows Falls was thorougbly tested last week, and tralns are now runntng acrossii.. .uimries naiKeranason, oi unefter. were tbrown irom aioad ot bay near llellowi Falls and lt Is feared the father ls fatallvhurt. Tbe boy, fourteen years old, was klcked ln the neaa uy tne norse....viuiamiiarrisoi winaoam has been thrown from his buggy and hls shoulder dlslocated The Green Mountain telecratib company will soon complete the llne betwetiu Bellows Falls and Sazton's Klver, thus givlng communicatlon wltb Manchester by way of Graf ton and Londonderry Tbe stock of tbe Olcott raiia company, wmcn controis one oi tne mont valuable unused water powers ln New Kngland, bas been sold by D. B. Crocker and A. B. Harrls to Wilder St Co., of Boston. The purcbase covers rjoacresof land ln the town of Lebanon. N. 11 the same number on the Vermont slde ot the rlver and a water Dower of tb rtv-five feet head and fall. Wilder u Co., are large paper dealers and manufacturers of paper and wood pulp with iuiiu Ht AMiiauu, ii., ana L.ynaon ana oarnei, and they buy tbe Olcott Falls tacltities with a view to utlllre them as soon as the river iwrmlta. ....The oboervatory on Mount Anthony was blown down durlng a gale last week, Tbls ls tbe thlrd tlme the structure has beea leveled, and pruuauiy wm not ue set up again. W1NDSOU COUNTV, Some Ludlow eentlemen. wboown lArirsnuan. tltles ot cord-wood on tbe mounuln, are con- structlng a novel arranzement for convetinir lt we vauvv wiuw. ii vodhiku oi a souut auout two mtles in length, through whlcb water to the deptb of from tuur to elx inches ls permltted to run, Ihls spout ls large enough to adinlt the seiiarate sticks of wood, and they wlll foltow each other down the Bllde ln constant succewion. '1 he apparatus la ezpected to cost not less than 81,000. ,...A. B. Preeton of Sharon owns a calf which ls entirely destltute of eyes MUs Sarah Mltchelt was found dead on the lloor of her tiarlor ln Woodstock laat week baturday atternoon. Heart uuwuiB was tne cause oi ner ueatb., . . , ine bouse and barn ol eison Ulllett at llrldirewater have beea destroyed by fire...,.An elllgy of Guiteau was BUHpeuded over Ceutial street In Woodstock one day lat week. lt was uot taken down tlll the evenlug of tbe nezt day Carlos C. Harvey has beun apiwinted iiontinaster at Kochester. . . , James Young of Springtleld tbrasbed a vlcious liorse on thursday laat, and wtu klcked so badly miuu Biuumcu it u oouuiiui ii ue recovera. . . , , White Klver Junctlon I tu bave a nrk whkli wllluke In thegreator portiuu of the laud be tween tue junuioii iiouseana tne railwayetation. HTATK AT LA1UIK. Tbe locatlon survey for the railroad between uuuana ana ooiitocK nas ueen commeucud , . 'Ihere are over twenty-three hundred mle Ver mouters reildiug Iu CallfuruLa A Vermont gm corresKnaea wun a stranger Iu Callforula, inaile a luarriage eugugeiueut, aud weut auruss the ooutluent to get, as sbe uptoited, a youug aud wealthy bunbaud, Mie futtnd lontead a gray aud ogly crank, whose so!e pioirty was a leaky but Iu a lonetv Caiion. 11U tteMiUirtf nlTrml iu iwy ber fare Uck bome, but she deciloed It, aud has marrled him. (,,The y of tbe eei'tloii ineu on tlie Central Vermont rallway has been ralsed w 0i riu jh9 uy -au mcrtittse oi ten cenw, West Kandolph Itcms. IEav. V. At. ITarrlv attAnrlM thft UnvAltnn AkhO rlatlon of Mlnlsters at Chelsea, on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week, and dellvered a sermon before the assoclatlon.. Dr, O. IL Greene goei to warren for a few days thls week..i..Cnrtls Parkhnrst, abont twenty years old. stole a buahel wneat annottier articies oi Abira uriswoia. cost hlm S10 to settle the matter wlthont anv trial. Is It Agoodplantocollect "hnsh" money? Too close contact with a hnrr, planer gave Mann rather soreflnirers....K J. McWainls agaln on the street His health Is rspldly Im- iroving nnder the treAtment oi Vt. liutbank... iallsburr Brothers bave 1ust lwcnn shlnnloe fur- nltnre from thelr new shnp. They employ abont twenty-flve hands, .... Cleverly Is putlng on a fiat tin roof ln place of tho one burned,. ....Fred Beedte and II O. Blancbard brought In n fine strlng of trout each on Friday Mlss Sadie Smlth of Boston ls stopplng at her mother s for a few days.....A, II. Tewksbury baa slated bls house Tlie entertainment on Thursday even- ine for tbe henefit of the slnslnir-school was wetl attended and the audience much pleased. The receipis were 9.oo, wnicn wui cover an inaeDt edneas. Mucb credlt Is due Mra. Samuel Bass. whoarrangod it.(...Thero was a very pleasant reunlon on Thursday at Mrs. A. R Kendrlck's of Mrs ParUh of Brookfield and her fivo daugbters. . . .Wllllam Vlal has returned after a few weeks' absence..,,.We thought we understood Brother Thayertosay he was golng to inove Into the Cbase store, but he says " It isn't so.M That It I DuBola&Gay's block Inntead. Itls a'Meetle" hardto understand Brother Tbayer sometimes, so wehODetobe nardonedfor the mlstake Theice men aro happy,...We bear orseemto near tne aistant cnimesoi weaaing oeiis.... wn tard Gay bas sold the house formerly occupled by II. It. rrench to Charles Burrldge. Price pald, SC00 cash... .Qtiltealotof fine stock was un loaded liere last week. Moulton Brothers recelv lng a Jeraey cow for wblch they pald 8720, And a calf coatlng 8500, and Kobert Kimball receivlng four head of blooded Btock for whlch a blgh price was pald. Mr. Kimball, who Is stopplng in town for a few days, atso received a palr of beautiful roan horses from Montreal which cost 82,000, maklng the flnest team that has been seen on our streetsfor some tlme.... Uev. II. C. Howardof Kozbury preacbed In the Chrlstlan church on Sunday ln eichange with Kev. C P. Smlth Wlll Sevmour In In town and wlll rcmnln untll hl bealth ls better D. C. Woodward bAs lately urcbased a fine black horse ot II. A. Brown ot itoyalton A. E. Kendrlck ls now atSt. Paul. ...Uenairs Are nroirreAsInflr stowlv on A. IL Beedle's resldence Gospel Hymns Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 comblned, have just been purchased for tise at soclal tneetlnirs at the Conirreira tlonal church Tbe comet band organlzed on Satur- aay niRni wun unaineia as icaaer ur. nor man juartin, druggtst and phyalclan of Brusb town. N. Y.. has been vlsltlni? Dr. WhlttlfweT. . . . Moulton Brothers sent tour Jersev calves and two jersey buiis to New lork on Monday Kev. ii. r. rorresc ia to nrescn at tne iiAtiiist rnurcn nezt Sunday.. . . .The blgh school closes with pub lic ezamlnatlon June Uth. Tho graduatlng ez erclses wlll occur Friday evenlng ln DuBois & Gay's hall. The class conslats of eight. College preparaiory course, Jieruert nint, tiuy Wliwjn, Gertrude Jones; classlcal course. George Spar hawk, Kato Howard, Krama Smlth, Lena Spauld- lng; jogtiBD course, jenme omitn. Sesiinakv Hill. At the sociable held at E. D. Putnam's last Wednesday evenini?. alMiut two hundred were present. A song by Mr. C. V. Kob erts, and two duets by MIses Gale and Dutton, and Misses Porter and Putnam, togetherwlth a aeciamaiion, "iioy utuy," by flir. Koberts, and n reciuiiion, - a ieaK in ine uiae, oy oiiss iut nam. entertalned the comnanv for a half hour Mlss Clark. the teacher ln elocntlon. han arrivM ana nas commencea giving lessona to tne gradn atlnir class and ttrlze sneakers Mr. O. (I oiana nas returnea to tne mu ana wm graaaate iith the rresent class. maklncthe number now. ixteen ten ladiesandsiz eentlemen.... A very lnterestlng lyceum waa held last Friday evenlng, In wblch the followlne rtroeramme was carrled out: Muslc bv Mlsa Newcomb l reclutlon. MIas aiayne ; uiscussion oi tne lonowmg questiont Was the life of Charles Darwln a success 7 aftlrm- tlve. Messrs. Ooodsbeed aud Iliehon: neeatlve. Messrs. Dexter and Keynolds. Charade by Mlss Uopkina. Tlie last was ezccptlonatly good. . . . Mlss Henrietta B. Clark of Muslc Hall school of oratory, Boston, bas been engaged as Instruct ress in elocutlon. Mlss Clark coraes bighly rec ommended....Mr. Bartlett has been obliged to return to nis nome on account oi siCKnesfl u, C. Potand occuDted the Methodlst nulnlt ln Gava vllle last Sabbatb. . . .The evenlng of tbe 20th the Band and Xthetic societles met Iu iolnt nession and lULssod a very pleasant evenicg. Both socie tles are in a prosperous condltion The olTlcera oftheclass of'8'Jare as follows! Preident. fi. Thatcher: salutatorlan. C. V. Koberts: valedlo- torian, uus uarrie M. 1'orter; orAtor. Mr. J, w, Howland: noetess. Mlss AdaJ. Koblnson: musl- clan, Miss Ada L. Gale;claas recitAtlon by Mlss uiara j. iiopKins; secretary, mi.M iseuie moody; treasurer. Mlss Nellle K. Noble: nsher. F. L. Goodtineed Lvery Sunday slnce bdhcz ooened mlght bave been seen not more than two hnndred rods from the semlnary grounds from twenty to fifty young men and boys engaged in ball play. lng. Authorities, bow much longer ls thla to contlnue? Tiietfohd. Kev. J. T. Cloason eave us a verv Interestlrjg diacourse last Sabbath, tbe words of tne text louna in mar v: ue ana nis lamuv mont), where iio wlll recelve a much better com pensatlon for bls laborsand anelegantparsonage. The clinrch has much larger memberahip and Deuer nttea to acnreciate nis larwrs aira. Wlll Murfey bas gone to Cleveland to vlsit her friends sbe con tem plates maklng qulte a long vlsit.. ..Our nelghbor, Mrs. Downer, wentto Maa sachusetts last Thursday to make a vlsit. Her lace is raiHsea at tne neaa oi tne young ladles ounaay-Bcnooi ciass. andoli'ii. A. L. Boynton. Yaq snoke to the normal school Thursday mornlng on Practlce In vermont courts l'roiefsor smitb, tne great American bhrenolosist. has been BtopDinc ln Itan- dolnh a few davs ezamlnlne heads The at- pearance of the normal yard bas been greatly Im- provea uy ciuariDff ii oi rnuuiaa ana sexung out two class trees. Ihe Dresent KraduatineclaBS set out one, and tho class-tree of the cla June '78 having died, another has been set outin lts place. .... .Mrs, J. K Parisb, wbo has Imen spendlogtbe winierwun ner cunaren ia lezasana Hisconsin, returned home on Tbursday of last week, Moretown. Mrs. Currier ls vlsltlnc frlendi ln Klchford. N early all the fences border lng on tbe street in tbe npper part of the villAgehave been removed, thereby iraprovlog tbe looka of the place A good prugramme ba been Drermred for the teachers' meetlne Fridav night. All teachlng in Moretown or lcinlty are Invited. A full attendance of members is wlsbed. .Miss Katie B. Prentlss. who has been verv slck wuu rueumaiic lever, is now convaiercent Mrs. Ld. Foster was thrown fromawaeon. Satur day, on the road near Mr. Longs and serioualy nurt. ui, uuurcn aiienas uer. Wohcesteil A little slz-vears old son of P-d mund Utton. wblle eolne to Bcbool fell down and struck on his hand and fractured his arm. the iractnre extenaing into tne eiuow joiot.... wil liam II. Connor, wblle hawlnir wood for E, M Hamblet with a circular raw, let hls hand sllp from the wood and come in contact with the saw, doingconsiderable damage to three of bls fingers, cuttlng the fore ficger nearlyoft Mr. lt F, Johnson died with oreanlc disease ot the heart. Monday last Mlss Myrtie Hlnkson ls qulte siCK witn aipntneria. miness $otices. SuMMEit resorts at the seaside and the moun- talns are popular lor a tlme and tben abandoned, bat the healicg fountalns of Saratoga will grow ln favor whlle the wortd eudures. The Hathorn sprlng, now.altogether the most popular ln the ust, was visuea last year uy lu.o persons tnat nald adintsslon of fire centa each. Its medlclnat qualitles are such tbat lt Is ln demand all over tne worm, iuo waier is ooitiea auu Becureiy packed in bozes of two dozen quarts or four dozen diois. ana bcqi to anv aaaress. iuous.inasoi fumllies now keep It constantly on band and re- gara it invaiuaoie as a catnartic or apenent. Cethalinr wlll cure eDllensr. Kead adver tlsement ln anotber column. Ip you would not have afillctlon vlsit you twlce, llsteu at oncetoa word of aJvlce "Try Wheat uiiiers. Don't die ln the house. Aik druedntfl (or "Roucb onltata." Clearaout rata, mlce, weaaeli, 15 centa. Wiibn bables cry, aome aay they bawl Not ho; but 'tla tlieir way to call For Urowu'fl Teethlnji Cordlal, Evwiv dlpae to whlcb woman li Uable can be relleved by lletily'g Tonlo I'Hl or Cordlal, See advertlaomeut on tbe tourth pa;e, Whkat BirrKioi wlll inake vou bold. but not ri'hj imUent, but not iDnemtfble; coiuUDt, but not obstlDatej cheerful, but not Hght. 1,500 twr year can be eaallvmade at bome worltlng for K Q. Kldeout & Co., 10 Barclay Street, New York. Send (or tbelr catalogue and full partlculara. Don't wait untll vour are slck. but buv noto a bottle ol N, K. Urown' K-wence Jamaica Glnger, wmcn pure, mrong anu reiiaoie. Pkrmit no SuiwTmrrioN. intilrit upon obtaln lug Horewtou Cologne. lt la ire-cm!uently bu lerlor tn permanence and rlcb dellcaoy ot Iragrance, complalnla, cured by "Iluchuitalba," il ier bottle. Thk only aclentlfio lron medlclne thatdoen not produce headache, etc, but gtvea to tbe ayntem all tlie benellta of lron wlthout lta bad elTevto, la Jirown'a lron Hittera. Thk ladles wbo aometlrue slnce were unable to go out, having taken Lydia 1C. nnkham's Vege table Coruiound, are qulto reouvered and have gone on thelr way rejolclug, Fahku Cuii)ita Hkstohkii. Faded or gray hatr gradually reooverit lUyouthful color andluntreby the une of l'arker' Uatr llalnani, an elegant dreitatng, admlred for IU purlty and rlch per f ume, WitrrAit'a Uamam of U'iui Chkkhv cure cotmba. coldti. bruncbltht. wboonloir oouch. croun. tntluenea, counurapUon, aud alt dleapett of the tnroat, lungi ana cuni. t uty centa and VI a bottle. Nititvoua deblllty aud weakneui, ' Wells' I lealtb Henewer" la greatet remedy, PrugghtU, 91, A mkiucink of real merlt. nronerlbed bv manv leadlug phytlclana and univeraally recouimeuded by tlnwe who have uned it, as a true tonlc. la 1'KituviAN Stitci cured dyspepnla, geoeral de blllty, llver coruplalnt, UulU, hmnor, chronte dUrrhea, nervouii alTectlonn, feuiale oompUlnU huu ku uiwmf anaing in a uaq nutte oi ine oiihmi, Kathku Sci'i.ly of Cambridge uUhea all Cath ollc chlldren to attend the ttaritublal HchouU, lf thelr pareuU glve them Ijulphur lllttora they wlll have rony rheeka aud be ktroog aud healthy See anoiner ttuutuu. Ask vour Dbvslclan and he wlll tell voti that bnchn fs one of tbe best, surest and aafeat rem- edles for Aldlng, strengthentng andcleanslng the kldneys. It ls one of the Ingredlents of Hops and MaltBltters. 4-11-41. Mvchlld was attacked with Innir fever! our family physlclan sald she waa beyond help. We had llalch'fl Mlztnre ln the honse and gave lt ln small doaesjthe flfth dosegavehopes of a change; twenty-four hours after she was out of daoger, Mrs. William Grlflith, Constabte, N. Y," t wisnrD 1 was dead after snfferlnff several years with tbe ieucorrhcra, and no doubt I would nave ueen, oniy a iaqy inaucea me to try suipncr Bltters. Now I am well. Three bottles cnred me. Mrt. (., Newport, Ii. I, It does not cure everythtnirl butktdnev troubles and many other compfalnts to whlch llesb ls helr yleld gracef ully to the llfe-glvlng properties con stltutlDg Hops and MaltBltters, People who bave become dlscooraged nhould resort to thls new remedy, 411-44. KxrRniRNCR thk Best Guidr. The rnnimti whv women everywhere nse I'arker'e Glnger Tonlo Is because they have learned by experience the best traide that thls ezcellent medlclne oyercomes despondency, perlodlcal beadache, lndlgestlon, paln ln the back and ktdneya and other troubles of the sex. Home Journal. Delay ls dAnzerous. Thousands die vearlv from Heart Dlsease In Its various forms. As a certaln rellef for thls most dreaded of dlseases, we otrer you Dr. uraves' Heart KegnUtor. at fifty centa and Sl Der bottle. You can obtaln a Eamihlet free, treatlng on syroptoroa of Heart ilsease, ot F. K Ingalls, Concord, N, IL For sale by drngglsts. F.XTnmtK TinEn Feklino. A lady tetla us the firat bottle haa done mv daoehter a creat deal of good, ber food does not dlstress her now, nor does she suffer from that eztretne tiredeclina whlch sbe dld before taklngHood's Sarsaparllla. A second bottle effected a cure. No other prep aratlon contalns such a concentratlon of vltalizlng, enrlching, purlfylng and lnvlgoratlng prooertles as Hood s Sarsaparilla. Mav. Thls Is the month In wblch tbe tralllnz arbutus Is aought. Also, ln thls month, the front gate begins to ezbtblt signa of wear. The weatber prophets guess at "baimy atmosphere" for May, and tbe poet wrltes his usual "Lovely May verses lor tne vuiage paper. inis in aiirignt; out lf you are wlae yoawill get a bottle of Bazter's Mandrake Bltters and nse them as dlrected. to ward off jaundlce, liver complalnt and bllious- neps, consequent upon tne warm temperatnre oi thls month. Only twenty-flve centa per bottle. Nature Intenda all men and women to be healthy. but our artlficlal manner ot Hving bas reveraea tne iaws oi nature ana aisease ana tmin are the lot ot a large portlon ot our people, ea- pecisuy oi our women, out most oi aisBanea so cnmmon among them are radlcally cured by ur. iiaray s " voman s rnena.- Biiioht'h Diheaik. DiAnETEH. Beware of the stuff that pretends to cure these dlseases or other serloua kidnev. urinarv or llver dlseases. as thev only relleve forf a tlme and make you ten tlmes worae afterwards, but rely solely on Hop Bltters, the only remedy that wlll surelyand permanently cure you. It destroya and removes the cause of aisease so eiiectuauy tnat it never returns. Have you ever known any oerson to be se rioualy 111 wlthout a weak stomach or Inactlve llver or kidneysr And wnen tnese organs are ln gooa conaition uo you not una tneir possessor on- loytne eooa beaitnr I'atKer s umirer lomc recu. lates these irabortant oreans. makes tbe blobd rlcb and pure, and strengthens every part ot tbe system. aee otner coiumn. Sold Out. Sneclal teleerara to Henrv. John son & Lord; Freedomvllle, Ohlo. We have sold all tbose Bazter s Mandrake Bltters vou sent us. They glve universal satlsfactlon. Send ustwelve aozen loruiwun. j. weiits oc son. Tiie Uev. Cbarles E. Plper of Wakefleld. Kbode Island, writes: "I bave used Bizter's Mandrake Bltters in mv famllv for over two vears. and as a re- sult have not callcd a nlivsiclan ln the whole tlme. uy wue naa oeen an invaua lor years, dui tnese liitters nave curoaner. rnce, iwenty-nve cents per oottie. We Can't Talk Without cbowlng the condltion ot our teeth. Kvery laugh ezposes them, In order not to be asbaroed nf them let us use that sUndard dentl frlce, SOZODONT, wblch ls sure to keep them white and snottess. No tartar can encrust them, no canker altect the enamel, no species of decay used. It is a botanlcal preparatlon and its bene- ficlal euects on tbe teeth and euma are marvel ous, as lt removes all dlscoloratlons and renders tne gums nard ana rosy. In Aletterdated December 20. 1831. Mr. A. B. Dalton of Bridgewater, N. IL, wrote: "Last Beason was an tintavorable one for corn owlng to late froBts In thesprlcg. I planted mycorn Inthe first daya of June nslng Bradley's Phospbate ln tbe blll. I never bad a better yleld, the earawere well-fllled and sound, and tbe corn was of much better anauty thanlwhere no pbosDbate was used, An acauaintance of mlne ln an adiolninsr town used Bradley's Phospbate last season alongelde of two other well known brands ot fertlllzers, and Bradley's outatripped them both. My oplnlon Is that Bradley's Phospbate possesses more virtue than all the other fertlllzers ln the market, and nractical farmers everywhere recommend lt. Brother farmers, buy Bradley's, and you wlll be satisiiea. llcnrj'a Carbollc Salre In the BEST SALVE for cuts. brulses. sores ulcers. eait rbenm. tetter, cnanned nands. cnu- blalns. corna and atl klnds of skln eruntions, irecKies ana pirapies. uei utiti a uauuuliu SALVE, as all others are counterfeita. Prlce twenty-flve cents. Dk. Gueen's Oxvoenated Bitteiw ls the best remedv for dvstttrola. blliousness. mabtrla. lndl gestlon and disoases of the blood, kldneys, llver skln, etc. Duuno s uataiuui snuff cures auauecuonsoi the tnucous membrane. of tbe head and throat. Vk. Mott's Liveu Pills are the best cathartlc regulators. AYER'S SARSAPARILLA oper- ates dlrectly upon the blood to re- move impurities. It also restores the blood-making organs to healthy aotion, causins them to straln out from the blood, reject and expel all polaonous elements. Itls just what you want for a Spring medicine, bu- porior to all others. Sold by all drusgists. Ask for AYERS SARSAPARILLA, and do not be persuaded to take any other, Price, $1 ; six bottles for $5. rrutges. In MontwlW, My 30. br Kr. It. A. ftpencer, 11AR S1IALL W.tllLEM ftnd 8Al)IK J. MlLW.boUi ot Mont pelier. In Montpelier, Mrt 6,liy Iter. J. t.ilwird Wrlht.CA P1U8 Jt.KtKl) of Montpelier uJ KLLA M, UEED of Stowe. In rhetr, My 7, IIKNRY nROlV.SELL and CORA In lUrd w1ck.br Kft. C.K.aonlen.NAVOI.KAN IULKO l)t,A ftSa L.E.1.1 A 3&, HVUl), IMHQ OI UftVOt, InHtowe,Mftrl9.trRev.F.W.Ul',C II. SLOCUM or jiornown na l.ul isk chuuui oi swwe. In W t Ilarnt. May 1), bj Rer.D. C. Ferrln, WM.WAL- uaukoi iiarneiana aiai livinubiua oi i'ucduh In Newport. ftUy 7. by 1Ut. II. K. Anntn, CHARLKH tiun ia or jiiinu i-ona ana kuia u. u i oi isruy. ln Htowe. Uay 2, by Her. F. Y. Uwla, CIIARLEt II. A, HTAFKORUandURACKE.CIlURCIIlLL.butltofatowo. Tn IlnrllnBtnn.M IT. I. Kt-v. T..n.VrA. WILLIAM llt-NDEK-SON and LUCY IlKNKIICT,both0f IturUngton, In Nwport, Uay 11, by Rev. F.. V. WIM.OKOROK II, NKWLANU and FLORENCE E. 1'AKKKU, bolb of New port. In Woodntork, May 10, by Rct, Momni KMder. HAlfUEL IlAlLEY Of roiniret and EUCELIETUU1AM of liart- fora. In atowe. May 4. by Uey. F. Iwlj, 1IAURT V. jiKutrn ot nawruury ana .lu.nib ii. oiiitu.i Htowe. Inniovfr.May 10, by lr. J. Tlmrnlon. C1IARLE8 W. KUHHr.Lii oi imcKapon, uaine, anu iiii.iAa suui.l Unwniboro, IoRurllngton.May 17, by ReT, L. O.IWtow, AT.ItERT W. nllAW of I'UUtflelJ, ka.,and IlARlllET L.HUUNEK or liuriintion. Inl4rrlnKfliKl,UaylS.byRT. Tbomu M. Ilo, ALVA V. NrKMCf.lt I HovtOU, MUUI., ana UEUTKUl'E A, In Bt, Albann, May 17, at th ruienc of tne brUle'a fAtlicr, hy Rer. (1. U WelU. WILL1S M. UEOKUE aud JENMEM. HANCOCK, bolUof 81. Albana. In Montpelier it.J 19, Un. KLIZi II. 1I0UTWKLL, 7k InM.ntlUrr,U.rR,ll.MAKUlwI!.orj.L.HoorlU,70l In Uontpullnr, Wr W. El-IZilltTll !., wlfa of C, M Lyon. In Montpelier, U.j 19. IIARBY. Inful lon 0( Clemcnt I iuvo.1, n luuuui.. Ii K.vpirt, Utt ). LKVI O. Tlll'E, T. In Lm.ll. U.r 19. K. IIOVEY, 67. In BLerbuill., it.J 8, SILAH COLTO.Y, U. ln Lrndon, AprU 39, Mra. I. W. 1'OI'E, 39. In Woroour, M.r n. 11. r. JOHNSON, M. In Kait C.UH, M.r IS. K KL80 II UAY, 77, ln Albany, M.J 111, llon. U I. TKNNCV, ei. In Uorrtxtown, M.y 19, J, K. CIIA rrEE, 19. ln Town.LonJ, Uay 19, nllAKON OKAY, U. ln alovor, M.y t, Mr. MAUY J, YOUKO, 99. In I'lymoath, May l, Mn. T. II, IIKKIOS, ee. ln WouJ.totk, M.y U. M1C1IAEL HIIAW, 87, In Wtila lUv, May 11, KATK E. WHITE, 17, In hkK.k, May II, KTTA HBKW, aoont 11, In WwUlo l, Slay II, FOLLY BI'KAOl'E, J. In Hlialburn, May 16, Un. AMADA li)IIAU,77. In Juliwou, Uay W, Un, HANIEI. (1HEEN, 71. In TowmliouJ. May 6, JAUK8 ritANKLlN, 88, In WocI.UmI, M.y II.SAKAU MITCIIELL, 61. In Lymlon, May II, UHACE B. MATTOCK8, 1(1, In I'omlrtl, May 11, Mn, HESKr IIElVITT.n. la tlntrotioro, May II, HAMUEL 1XUALL8. 61. la Klcluuonil, May II, Mn, IIETHEY 1I0WE, 67. ln lloyalton.May II, lr. JAMKS K. JIOU.1E, M. Ia I'aacliam, Uay II, WILLIAM JEKMIHON.II, In Toham, Aprll 29, TII0UA8 3, JENKINM, U. In K.'rlngMJ, Uay , Mn. LIZZI E 08UOUK, 17. ln HurUuton,Uay 19, UAUdlECOSUHOVE.H. ln Albany, Aprll , Mn. LEWIS 11. 1IK11UEK,17, In llorUin, Ualna, Mn. 1'Al'L 0, KICIIUONll, 71. In Wut Conoord, May II, Mn. AHA III1IIIA11II, 76. ln L'araudlili, May .MATIIANIKL U, I'IEKCE.71. In llello.i ralli, May 17, DANlroiUl IIKAM1EU. 88, Ir llarton, May II. Mn. 8A11AII JANE U AOOON, 10. Iu Uarnaru, May 16, Mn.TlMOTHY E. fEUKlNH. 80. In Norlhfleld, Uay 19, JOSATHAN II. IIE WOLrE.ll lnEaIUonlMiU.r,Uayl6,Mn.AMELIAL.MAKTIS,17 In E, MontUar, May 18, Mn, AHENATII W, XUTT,7I. ln NO. BprliiiflFM, lay (, Mn, rillN EAH 1), BOU1NSO.N JWI ,MoutKill.rl Uay II, Mn, NANUV W. JOIIN ln Dwer Watorfort, Uay 19, Un. HENKY C, 1UVI HUN,8rt, In UMUel, Uay 16. 9'DITII (IIATCII1 8IEAUNS, wljow In Walun.1,1, M.y 19, Mn. I.AU11A (CAIirKNtl.il), vlf. of Un lau, llou, lllrau Joue.,68, luL'lt.liMM. May 19, of liMrt illiwaM, JANE (TBIUOO) In Moutpoll.r. May 31, OMAKLKH ALllKur, Jr.,aon CbarlM A, an,l Marr K, llaruard, 1 mr. 1 ntouln a 6 day.. funeral frutn lli. boua. on wediKwday at oo Llre Htock Mnrkcl. TYit follawlnil la a UlivrkvMa rmort of Ibs llrt toct mrkrt at Wtrtown aad Drtgbton for th week endloi VWIMi Uzrp, uovi, atr. At mkrkst Ihls werk 8,(131 1 W9 1 "41 " but mi 2,zv) B,n,if i7,wn " oos ywtr mto.M, e,4t ,4W 1M PRICKfl. Kxtnt fktanilhfMrTDramlnm OTfi.f1.7atO Mi Bnt fjiwlltf, U1B9.2 nnoni qulltr. l1.V&n.2U ihlrd qaaUir,f4.3aT.2pirl90 Anon toul welRTit of b,dd, Ullow n1 dmwM fxwf. A fow ehotoftalnRlspftlni, tll.'xtflll JKt. 11 all, ebu IVlMtttrt.OO. Worklnf oirro, tmnJiA TH pftlr. or ftoooTdln tn thMir Tftloe ss bmt . Hwrt, ;Sf5H0. Ullch oowf , r).00lT$Ol Bitr (TOOrt, tl8j0() wttb or with. cmt cuim, m mj be mrrsnd l f srrow ftnd ordlnary, 1 1 fl Offl IV00. HtorM, TMrUnfm. f 10 imfflH.nOl Itro-TMrKildii, IM.0f4877.n0i thre-yerM(i. f 10.0ii(lW.OO. Hhwp.ICtAMni nxtra, hO4o W Ib or t2JHaW H bmd. IaitiW, tf Ha VI Ih. ShNtrM RtiAro. DtitBOa V Ih. HboUn. wholmlR. 3 th. Vthna.lU6Ht'aW Ih i nnrthern flflffhtm ti1r1; rtHH) fl ID. MJ taiTrr, JHOi;iO Wf m, kO'Mil oonntry lom, Kflho. Caif nklnn, nfu wlthwool on.lim.'i-S nabi oonntrr lots. 1101:25 TIPMAnKS. RtinnllM H11 rnn Itolit. lt ln hnrA to t- lhnt thfim In m. rfcrrH at itork ln 11) WMt. It WOtlld winthatpmKTit rslm wonld fUrt ftlong ntork intsrRfr nnmwm inry wer 10 w na. aii we rn iwsuitc oi w that thi tipt1v hr Iji llhtpind prtff rontlnaftlly on tlis rle. Cotiniry cattln re hfiiio V Ib MRher thnn Ut ,nnM, Kllburn A Bhfpftra ioIU ronrwrn otrn, to arwt nnld twrntjp oirti an) ilrn. gruM wnlRlit 29,170 Ib. ftt 17.10 Wcwti U. W.IlrovDellaold H ooftnw opn, fcrpmee Lfl0 Idinrn, At B)ef llrt) IUUiawat h .Irkm oold wtm lMHdnof itTn rttli iVXaV tb.llr. The norply of hp wHitit. mil rtHfn wmb rltwd on nortlivrn. ThflfnatkrtiRHcttTo tt qnotnllnnii. O. W. Hrownfll nold olitwn wool hp, tTerftge 102 Ibn, t tv t C'orofll Hrothr old iMy Bhwirfd bep, trtn & at M2)1ftcwt) r.. t rrnrn koi'i ninpifinrm nneep, groon wnnni s.ku !& ftVct KMdA ItoWnnonoMtwenljnlnenh''p,ftTeriB rhd. it ftlia V Ib. Tlirrfl wm one. tonofnouUr itmir. kttADdit uid ktuoYtib. STEKETEE'S Sure Cure, Never was Known to Fall. Many cnred by tho uso of Ono Bottlo. rerfectly snfo and liarmless. Fornale by all Drngglsts; prlco, 23 cents. Sen' by mail on rccclpt of 30 cents. OEOUGE 0. 8TEKETEE, Solo rroprlctor, Oramj lUriDS, Micn. 1882 THE 1882 QUINNIPIAG ertilizer Company's (PHOSPHATE) s In very superior mechanical condition and ot its usual excelient quality, THERE IS NO BETTER! GUARANTEED ANALYSIS ON EACH BAG. Pamphlets, with full particulars, may be haa of our Local Agents, or on apphcation to us, Quinnipiac Fertilizer Go lVo-w London, Conn SUHEEsunda,sctal' emperance or School Ol CONVIXTIOM. CAMffOT DO B1TTBR THAN TO EXAHIKK, APPBOT AtiD ADOPT DlTBON tt CO.'l CHOICK SE11IS II F Wrsio ltooas. SH.NDlV-HCHOOLTEACHERScannothelpbetnft Uken mua our iruij goiuen iriooi nanaaj-8.uooi iogeri. Lifrlit niicl Life. Thlrty-fivo Cntn. U. M. McINTOSII. Banner ol" Victory Thlrlj-flve CcnU. ADUKV AND MUNGEU. In tlie front rank, WIU ba received with a aliout j liarPT Bcacon Li-lit. TMrty-flTO CenU. TKNNEY & 1IOI-FMAN. 'o brtOr liymnK. No tcUer muslc cn b fonnd ny wliere, spimni, TF.AriiEnq will not tail to rsn rona iipuh cw cvnwi ror uomniou icnooi, or neicoms (jmrui (u ior Jiigu scnoou. rnvKii of nrmi'EL Mt'Hin will like iiiai.k viiiiik cimiit isu renui. dv t.menon, (M lt Iim criui t ot lijmtu ad1 tunes, eaay to tlng ftnti oi mouerie compasa. OLIVER DITSON &. CO,, - - BOSTON SPRING GOODS Watch our ttock (or New Spring Goods Oar llne will be more coropleto than ever before. Prices Right I Cash Only J. G. MORRISON, Blue Store, - - - - Barre, Vt Dunliam & Jacksoii, Wbolaaal. and KetaU Iwalen In Doors, Sash, Blinds anj all klaj, ol House Finishl Blinds Painted -Trimmed Wlndown Glazod. South Barre, Vermont State Normal School Randolph, Vermont. Tbe Suimner Quirter omt Monday, April 17, 1882, For CftUlotfue and Clrculrt addnwi tlie rrtndil, A. W. Edson, Randolph, V BABIEfl ' 11. Uy durtniT Ui jiruct'M of Uvthlnir. B V And the btti Uby inudlclne in 0 'And the beat Uby inodldne ; ttia woti. (irottM U DROWN'S TECTHINQ C0RDIAL. lYleo i'5 oenu ft bottla. Iturllnfftni Vt1 SIAV A N T E D ! . . I ror lh NKW IIOOK Kv. lUnlel Mrrh. V O Tlil wotkb au p.ipnUr n ttullior wlll Imve C irir Xawik ok (Iinti iuin wantinii al'ull AT ONCK KIK TK11SIS to n-dl 1. U HUtllMI.Y, .1 C'oiulilU, llotlon, Mi N'J OTIUK rbnnul rtiMtluf of tba lUx'kholderf ii.u,.i,tiwKr Wetli ltlrR&llru&. wlll t.rl.l tliirrAllrNhlimoeluUontwiier.TliuriilAr the SSth III fllF Hl HHH'imiUilU u viik-k . 111, . Hit,loLhootrlv lnmur fur tlieytwrrniulnm Mtvnd, ttAmtrt Aur olher lualiiaM tliHt my Wnii coiiib Usion llic iiin-tlng. , JOKL rOS Ftlt, Jk., t'lerk, j9iunie.Mr, t mmj w, 1004. n For jSalo. llm woakuuwn Hitd fluuu.ully toted tiriu Just aouUi of WUUAiiMlowo uik. lonnany ownea Vf tba 11 UM UirMrtln lenni wr, Vor irtlculan Intiulte of Ura. A, W. U, MAUTIN on flietreii.W, l-tf Wniin II MUI" W1Lk "K MKATLT 4tftremltiii Mnt mm(-inu, fU( oolr four l-cent Uiut tll 1CAI IU( 1'IOUi wuil, AUttinw UNION UAhl CO. Montpalltsr VKli WKKK ou t iiuvW ln auy loclttj I Huiiivitiluki rDllrol uw fur uieuu. Hvn-lolUr lillMl ew tlverUstmmfn. Instruction in Singingl Mrs. W. A. Brlggs nlwunre ln tnformlna lh Mtlwna of Montnellrr and Inltr tht atin I nmMrtwt tn it1t Inntrnrtlnn In all ranrhni or Fnotliih and lullan atnmns. l'artlrnlar atton tlon glnn to blnnpm, For Urnin, etc., apply at mldrate IT. JC. MIOWKIB E33EN0E JAMAIOA QIN0EE: 13 PURE, 8TR0NQAND BELIABLE. 25! 50 H. K, BOWW, Pn Burllngm VI TONSOEIAL PAIILOR, II()Wi:S' I1LOCK, Opposite ttia Post-Office, Montpelier, Vt, La41n and chUdron'a halr cnttlng done ln tho tt man ner. A clran towrl for erpry rntnmfr. Kvrrythlna riHt andclran. Our tnoito ln, "IVentntin nnil llna(ch." Two flnt-clai workmeo In atimdiinc. Rarnrn lloned rri,i. ritAi i, iTopneior. 4M1 HENKY TEATTEK. AMtRUnt. IVeAv IWCillinei'y Duxbury Corncrs I Mra. M. I.. WKI.I.S baa Jnlt KlnrnM froin S.w York wun a nioca oi n.w an.i Dcauuiui Mllllnery and Fancy Uoodi. BONNETS AND HATS, TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED ! In rrlcfls to inlt eTerytxnly. IxiTily FMlhem, Flowerit, Klbuonn and I.hcm. Tliowtock ln romplete, and Innpwtlon m inTited. uraen promptiy auenaea to, ana worit at iow prloe. 11-48 GHOIGE SEED OATS ! White Southcrn Corn 1 Timothy and Glover, urcnara urass, itea xop, Hungarian and Millot, Cotton and Linseed Meal! Swanton Limo and Nova Scotia Plaster Wlioleaale nnd It.trtll. B. W. BAILEY & C0 rVlontpelier, Vermont. 0. D, SCMBNEE, DEALER IX PROVISIONS I make a Specialty of Sugar Cured Driei Beef ani Haus! havo a larce stock of these goods, cured just right and warranted to suit the con sumer. I intend to keep my stock so full that all orders will be filled with the best, the last as -vell ns the first ; and all goods not satisfactory may be returned at my ex- pense. Also ball rork, Lard in iubs and pails, Sausagc, elc. Call at my store, or fonyard your orders to O. D. SCRIBNER, 61 State Street, Montpelier, Vt. 17 K. OIlMSltY'S KSTATK. Tbenndentfned.bkTlntt been appotntod ny tbe Uononble Frobate Court for tbe iHiirlct of w wblniiton, CommlMlon en, to reoalve, eumlne, nd Artjunt ii clnlmA and demand or all penoni aftlnt tbe nUte of F, K. Ormiby, late ot Waterbury, ln Mld Dlstrict, deceiued, and all cUlnu ex hlbtted In offiMst thereto, boreby (t1ti noti tbat we wlll meet ns tiurpoae arorattaxi at ine omna oi w . r. iiminuiiinii , Id waterbury. on th8BthUof Jnneand tbe 17 tb day of ADKOKt nezt, from nine o'clock A. H. untll four o'clock P. H.i nhb of aald djii, and IbatnU monthifrom tbe 3d of Marrb. ls tlie tlme HmltAl by sald Court for sald credltora to preseot tbelr clatmi to us for examtnaUon aud allowance. uaiea at n airiinry. mn mn oay ut imi, JOIIN HEAHUKY, l pnmm1lrtnn 41.44 OEOROK II. ATEUTOyliCommlMlOI1', SAMUKL R. MOULTON'S KSTATK. tnwt C05IMISSIONLKV NOTICC. Thnndml(m'H..hnYlnaben apolntl by tbe Honorable Probato Court for the IfUtrtct WMhlngton, Comtuln loners. to rwelTe, examlne and adjnst all claltns and de mauds of all peraona agalnnt tbe extate of Samuel It, Moul ton, late of Cabot, ln ft&H lHMrtrt. decAJitl, and all clalmn eiblbtted ln offfH-t Uiereto, hereby glTe noUce that we wlll mort for ttie purpotw aforwnM,t the dweltlng-houra of tlie Ule 8. lt. 11 out ton, on tbe 'iOtli day of June and tbe 5th day of October neit, from ten o'clock a.h. untll three o'clock r. u., each of aM dars, and tbat slz montbs from tbe 5Ui day of Aprll, A. 1. 1SSJ, U tbe tlme limltwl by liaid Court IO r niiHl crwiiiora 10 prweui uivu ciauu wj us iwt ciaiuiuo llon and allowance. Iawa ftl laDOi, inm oin aay oi Apru, a. i. im., 41-41 aUKLEsTlbAMS, CommUaloner.. IMMONS TAFT'S KSTATK. . mmm j C'OMMlH10SERS' NOTICE. The undernlinieil, havtng btn anriolntad by tbe Honorable Probate Court for tbe Dutrlct of wanblngton, CommlMlon en.tomylve.eiamlne and adjiutall rlmlms and demandi of all pentons aiUnt the eflUte of Emmons Taft, late of rialnflel 1. In Mld UUtrlct, duceasad, and all clalms hlbliMl ln offnet thereto, bereby Rlve nouoe tbat we wlll mwt ror ine nuriotw arorenaia, ai ine nonwi 01 a. Taft on the tb iUr of June and 2l)tb day of October nezt, from one o'clock r. n. untll four o'clock r. eacb of sald days, and that nlx monthi from tbe Kd day f Anrll, A.l. !.', U tbe Ume Umlteil by MUd Court for aald cmlttoni to preiwnt tbelr clalms to iu for ezamlnatlon and allowance. D&tea at 1 lAinneiii, iiiir vna nay 01 Anru, a. u, isoj. 4)-4i J. H. CUAMBEKLIS. ' J tomralsiloneri. SAltAlI MAHULK'S KHTATK. at COMMI.HSIONERA' NOTICE. The nndenriiined.liATing been arpolnhsd by the Honorable Probate Court fortbeDUttictof waabtnirton, Commtnnlon ers, to rocnlve, ezamlne, and adjust all clalms and demandi OI ail ertons kuivuihi uie otlkuj 01 diihii iiuic, ttv u I'mlnn In aM liMlrtrl. dMHuUtAil. nrt Sil P.l&lml ihlblteii ln offtMt tbereto, bereby glre notlce tbat we wlll meet for the purpoMM afomald at the d elllnji-houiw of J. I. Marbie, on the ftib day of August and 30tb day of Hep tember nttt, from one o'clotk r. u, untll four o'clock p, u each of sald days. and tbat lli moolbs from tbe 31 day of AprU, A.D. lssi.Ia the tlnie llmlted bsald Conrt for sald credlton to present thelr clalms to us for ezamlna Uon and allow ance. Usteu at rajston, ims 11 nsy 01 Jiay, a. u. 19a. J. II. HA8TIN04, l rnmmlMionars 4W5 WILLIAM 8. CHIPMAN.) CommUiloners. XTATIIAN IIIMAS KSTATK. i 8TA1EOK VtHMOM, Dlstrict of Washington, M. 1 u rrobate Court, hel.l at Montpelier, tn and for sald Dtfr trtct, on tbe 8ih day of May, A. D. 1982 1 An Instrument purixjrtlnn to be tbe last WIU aud TeU ment of than 11111. late of Plainfield, ln sald Dlstrict, det-MUHid, bflng prveeDttfd to tbe Court for I'robatet U U ordered by sala Conrt, that all persons ooncernod thereln be notlflMl to aptar at a stwalon of sald Court to be held at the I'robate Orlloe, ln Montpelier, on the !6ib day of May, A. D. and sbow canse, lf any they may bare, afiUnst tlie Vrobateof sald wllli for wblch purpose lt U f urther onlered, tbat a copy of tlie reoonl of thls order be publuboil three weeks uooesatYely ln tbe Vermont Watch uian A 8Ule Jonrnal, jtrtnted at Montpelier, prailous to sald tlme appolnted for liearlnii. 43-45 HARVEY TlLuV.y, Jndge. CKLKSTINA KIIIIY'H KHTATK. HTATK OF VERMONT, Dlntrtct of Wasblngton, ss. In l'robate Conrt beld at MontiieUer, ln sald DUtrict. 00 tbe I6tb day of May, A. D. 13li Norman W, ttltn, Execntor of the wtate of Uelettlna Eddy. late of Cabot, In aald Dlstrict, diwased, prtweuu bta adnUnlilraUoD aooouut for exainlnatlou and allow anoe, and makos appllcatlon for a drw of dlstrlbn tlonand partltlon or tbeeeute of aald deceaaed, Wbere upon, lt U ordered by sald Conrt, Uiat aald aoooant and sald appllcaUon le referrvd to a saMlon thareof . to be beld at tbe l'robate OrHoe In saU Montpelier on the 6lh day of June, A. D. 1WJ, for hearlni and dston tbereont and. It ls f urther ordered, tliat nouoe bereof be Klven to all in-rsonslntfrwt&l, by publlcaUon of tbe same three wenka surxxMitvely ln tbe Vermont Watciiman A Htate Jourua, a nepaper publlahed at Montiwller, prerlous to sald Ume appotntedfor hnartng.tbat tbey may appear at aald Ume and plaoe, and show cause, lf any tbey may bare, wby aald aOUOUUI BUUIUU OO UW uwmu, "Ui-u uouw uuuv. JJy tbe Conrt. Attmt, 11AKVEY TILDEy, Jadge. 41-44 V11KL WOOIVH KSTATK. f Al K OV Vl.ItMONT, Dutrlct ofWashlnKton.M ln Probate Court, held at Montiteller. ta sald Dutrlct, oa tbe 4lh dy of May. A. D. im J. II, Jackson, Ajnilnlntrator Jt bonii non, ot the ritata ot AU4 Wood, late ot Harre. ln aald DUtrict. deceaaed. preMitU bW aimlnlstraUoa account for examlnatlon ana allowance, and inakee aj'pllcatlon for a dwree of dls tnbutton and imrtltion ot the enute of sald deouaaed. Whereupon, lt Is onlered bysald Court, that sald aooouut aml MldapullcAlton tw referrel toa BMislon thereor, to be beld at tbe rrobai Oltloe ln aald Montiller on tbe 2b Ih dar of May, A, D. IsaJ, for hearlng and clocUlon tbereoni aud lt ls f urlber onlvrvd, that noUce hreof be gtTen to all per uns iQtereHteil, by publlcatlon of tbe aame three weeks suo ersjttvely lu the Vermont Watch man A 8tate Journal, a uewspaper publlshed at Montiwllur, pi-evlous to Mld Ume a)poiuud for hearlng, tbat they may appear at aald Ume and place, and show cause, lf auy they may bare, wby sald aooount ihould not be allowed, aud such decree made. 43-41 HAHVEY T1LDEN. Jodga. VTATIIANIKIj HKATH'N KSTATK. l H 1 A 1 E OF VKKMO.N 1 , DUtrict of WasnlDgton, H. ln l'robal Court, beld at Montpelier, ln sald DlaUlct on the 2ld day ot Uay, A. D. lsaj t John A. KarrlnBton, Admlnlslrator of the estate of Ka tbanlel HtttUi, late of Cabot, ln sald DUlnot, deoeaaed. pre senU bls adnunlauaUon aoiiuunt for examlnaUon and allow auoe, and inakes apulloaUon for m deoree of dHtribu uon and parUUon of tbe eetau of aakl deodaned. Wbere oiu, lt ls onlered by aald Court, tliat taid aooount and sald applloaUon be referred to a seaalon tberaot, lo be beld at tbe l'robate OtUoe, ln aald Uontpelleri on the Uth day of Juue, A, D. 18&t. for heanng and dedsloa thereon) aud.UU further ordered, tbat nollo bereof be Stcd to all iwraona Interated, by publtcAtlon of Uie same ree weeks anooeHSlrely In the Vermont Watohman A HUte Jotirual.aDewspaper publlshed at Montpelier, prerlous to sald Ume appolnted ror beartng.lbat they may appear at sald Ume and plaoe, and abow eanse, lf any tbey may hare, why sald aooouul ihould not be allowed, and saob deoree made. Ity the Conrt Atuwt. 4V4T A. U, AVERILL, Regtetar, SOTIIIA STONK'S KSTATK. HTATK OK VtKMONT. Dlntrtct ot Washington, w. In rroiu Court. beld at Montpelier, ln and for aald Dt trict, on tbe lt day of May. A. D. t Jobn M, rtHlier, Adiatntstrator of the estate of ftophla Hloue.lale of Cabot, lu sald DUUIct,decaed,uiakea appll callou to sald Court, with the cousenl and approbaUon, ln rlUiig.of tbe helrsof sald deceaswl, for llcvuse lo stUl all ot tlie rwal estste of sald dtmeafted.sltuated ln Cabot, to w it I Ih liouae aud lotln Cabot Lower Vlllage of wbkb sbe dleil wtel aud iksmmihmI, repreatmttng that th sale Uierecf would be bniieficlal to the belrs ot aald deontsed and those luiereid lu ber estate. berupon, lt ls ordered by sald Court Uia sald appUcaUou hu referred to a see shu thereof, to be held at tbe I'robale Orrloe, tn sald Mouliwller, ou Uie tU day of May, A. D. IttSJ, for bear tug aud dwlslon tliurwnii aud, It ls further erdentd, Uiat all iwrsons Ulrestd be noUtled bereof, by vublkialtou of uolloeof aald appUoaUon and order Uiereon. tltree wenas suot-WMklvely ln Uie eruiout WsU-JiUUn A HUw Juumal, a iiewsiwper publlshuil at Montiteller. and lih b olraulates ln Uie uelghbortHkMl of tboae lutereeled, before sald Ume of heartng, that they may apiwar at sald Ume and place, and, II tbey soe oauso, objert thereto, lly tba Courv-Atiest, 4-4 A.U. AVERILL. llegU