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VERMONI WATC1IMAN & 8TATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, L80.
Snmmnrv nf s. snnont. It Is pstlmatnil t.hst il will post SH.IlfHl tn epair tlip break in tlu Champlain eannl. i). w. Dhnn'h tamihonM and othat bulld- ings at I'lipster were luirneil OB Irtst WHI ThurHilny. Lrna RoMitti eleven yeari of age, wai drownad lo n ntstern al Middlebury, Iaa1 week wednesday, wblle playlng, THR(iiiiral Convciiiion nf Congregational Ifiniaten and Otanrctaes f Vermont wltl ba held al Itiitlaml 00 .Iiine 10, 11 and 1'.'. s. it. Jt.vi.i, has baan RPpointed treasurer of (ba Bennington A Rutland Rallwajt Oompany, In plaoe of ('. B, Roughton, da oaaaadi Mits. CARRta tii McKaht.an, Wtffl ol Rev. K. (1. MeKnrliin, pnstnr nf tba Kirst Bapttat phttrob of Burlington, dlad at Burlington on last wcek Tiiosilnv. Thk Bald day iports of the Voung Men'i Ohrlstlan Assoolatlon of Burlington, last week Thnrsdaj nfternonn, were quite iuc cessfni, lmt. were not largely attenaed, Thk Cantral Vermont Oonventlon of rjnl. TerHaiist will liohi its annnal Msitlon In tbe I'liivorsalist cliiircli at Marshfield on Weilnesila.v ntnl Tliinsilay, Jiine I and fl. Mns. Makv K. KisiiKit, nn'd elghty-tbn'p, oldaat si.sti-r of tba late ira. Jaoob Be- tpy, dicd of pnentnnnia at lier itrattlobnro home a week aun Sunday. siip leaves ona daughter. B. Bi GftAo of Oblttanden ibol an eagle, recently, tbal meaaured nearly aavan faal from tip to tip of wlngs. TIip Mliot only hroke otii' wlnj:, anl tlie engle was captiirctl after a liard t nssle. Cavkndisii recently bald t town meetlng to hpp wlietlicr the vote in Marrli in favor of free tpxt-books slioulil bo rascinilnd or not. By a vote of two to one it was tleeiileil to piirelmse the liooks. John W. Williamh, a wt'll-known lioot and ihoe dealer of Bennington, is laboring ntnler tinani ial einbarrasHinent, an Albany party baving placed the estalilisliinent nntlcr a S'i.'JOU attacliinent. Mks. Airail Hatch dlad at tbe bome of her brother-in-law, in flratnl lle, a week ao Saturday. Slie recently hnrt her tiiifjer in a trunk. I.ater ihe liad it taken off, wben blood poison set in and resulfed in death, MASTKK WoKKMAN I'OWDKHLY of tlie Knigiits of Labor addreaiad a meetlng of workiiiK-iiien at Rutland on last week Kri- day evenlngi A jiroeossion of a thousand men parailed tba itraeU previoun to tlie leoture, Tn Vermont State AHsociation held a Hoeial meetlns at the parlors of Wlllard'l Botel, Washington, on Monday evenlng. Hon. W. G. Veazey gave an addre.ss on " Vermont at Oettysburg," in vrhloh he deacrlbed the part that Vermont troop.s took in tlie battle In a very intere.sting manner. Thk deatli of Kdward Lyman, one of linr- lington's leading oltisani and builnaai men, oceurred on Friday of last week. He was born in Woodstock in 1826, and at the age of twenty-two he went to Burlington, He was engaged in the dry goods husiness, and had baan presldent of the Merehants' Na tional Hank. It has heen deeided to bohl tbe annual muster of the Vermont National Cinard one wcek earlier tban at tirst deeided upon, so that it will not confllot wlth tbe Horse breedcrs' Asaoeiation meetlng, The regi mcnt will probably be in camp from Auguat '-' to 'J(i. The hreeders' meeting will he held on Ane;ust 27, 28 and '"J. Thk enpafiement is aunouneed of Miss Helen j, Smith, youngest daujjhter of ex Governor ,1. Qregory Smith, and Bev. l)on ald S. MoKay, pastor of the First ehtireh at St. Albans, wbo eame from Kdinburgh, Nrot land. last winter. Tbe marriage will prob ably take plaoe in Auguat or September, and the oouple will pass a month or two in Bootland and Bngland. Thk appraisal of property recently pur diased from the Shepard & Morse Lumber Company of Rurlington by tbe Central Ver mont railroad was reilueed from $:i',.r(X) to 122,800 by the board of olvtl authorlty of Burlington on last week Kriday. It ap pcared that a portion of the property was retaincd by the lumber company, which will be asessed on that portion. G. H. I'aul, long known as one of the ableit democratic leadera in Wiaoonain, died at Kansas Clty a week ago Bunday, He was born in Vermont in 1826 and gradu ateil at the I'niversity of Vermont in 1H17. He was editor of the Burlington SenMntl for a time, with John G. Saxe, tbe poet, as as sistaut editor. L'nder I'resident t'leveland he wils poHtinaster of Milwaukee. Thk Vermont Boanl of Trade, at its meet ing iu Burlington last week, passed resolu tions ealling upon the Vermont delegation in eongress to work f, r a bounty of vm centl j per pound on maple sugar, and lifteei eents j per galloti on maple syrup of a density of thirty-tive eentsat a temperature of seventy ! ilegrees rahrenlieit. A copy of the resolii tions will be seiit to the Vermont seuators and eongressmen. Shkkikk Milks, wbo has been investigat Ing the mortgage indebtedness in Orleans county for the census bureau, flndi that iluriug tbe past ten ycars there bave been ,1,711 mortgages reeorded. Takiug into ac OOUOt the population and grand list, the av- erage In the dlfferent towne has not varled greatly. Though no exaet sbowlng cau be made of the mortgages paid during the ten years, he is Inolined to think ftilly one-half have been eam elcd. Domeetlo Thk se retary of the navy baa accepted the dynamite cruiser " VeauTiua." A tki st waH formad by weatern New York salt men on last week Saturday. Thk tiwn of Dracut, MasH has voted not to returu the $8,000 pald to 11 for a Uquor liecuse. FlBTCHM Hahi-kk, a member of the well-known pubUlbing tirm, dieil on l ist week Thursday. ElOHT persons were ilrowned by tbe over- turntng of a boat in a pondat ttii Blver, Maxs., on Kunday. Thk I'nited States supreme eourt on last week Friday denieil the writ of eri'ur in tbe east) of Kemmler, the murderttr. Thk roofs of eight bouses iu a row at Baltimore were blown away during a storm, last week, and the rooms were ileluged. A disastroi's lire set by trainps has de. stroyed every house in Collidge, N. M., ex cept the railway eating-boiiHH and the depol building, Thk Largast of tbe New York Central rail road's three freigbt houses at Albany was burneil on lust week Thursdav night, at a Iohs of $100,000, Ma.iok PojfD says be has made a eon traetwith Stanley to leeture in Amerii a afler he has finished bis tour of forty-six lectures in Kngland. Both houses of the New Jersey legislature bave passed the Marsb ballot reform bill. H allows tba distribution of baUoU outside of the iolling-plareH. Rkv. Maihin U Fkh k of the Baformad i hiirch at Woinelsdorf, I'enn., was deposed from the lninistry last week baoauae In- ba4 stoleii a number of iorket-knive!). Liuhtnino strui k a bloi k in I,ur,is, ()., on Bunday aftemoon, setting il on tlre. Fifty pounda of dynamite expiodad, kllllng two uien and in juring aliout t wenty-nve. OoaJfaxiui L, 1'kthy, luparlntandant of the I'aterson, N. J., Olty alms-house, aml wife Kllen, the matron, have been Rnraatad on the eharge of ill treating formei iniuates of the hotiHe. Thk Kaaaaflbuitttl senate on last week Thursday defeated a bill redm ing tbe hours of labor of ininors and womeii employed iu nanufai turiug establishmentH from sixty to Qfty-eigbt hours per week. Thb exe( utive eommittee of tbe world's fair has elei led liymau ,1. Gage i hainnan. This aetioii plaees biiu in the po.sitiou per manently. Mr. tiage is vice-presideiit of Uie First National Hank of Chieago. Thk Hiipreme l ourt of Montana has ile cided that the eleetion in Hilver llow l ounty waa so peruieateil with irregularity and frauil that tbe vote of the roiinty mual be thrown out. Tbll elects tbe sheriffs and all nther republican ofBoWI in Hilver How oounty. QVOftOI W. RoBMTI, for many years bookkaspat and cpnfldentlal managar of the Smith flt Grlggs Munufartui ing Company at Waterbury, Conn., was arrested last week for einbezlement of $10,000 from the tlrin. Thk. union labor party of Maine bebl a opnvantlon at Waterville on taal week Tuesday, at arhloh .1. R. ciark of Bangor was nominated for govaraot, and LutberO, Batematl of Beanmonl for eongress from the third distriet. Fhank Fish. WDO WBl ronvh ted on last week Thunday Of the murder of John 1'al- llnan al Canandalgna, N. Y,, on tbe otghl of January 'jti, was Bentenced Batarday fore iiiniii to die by electrlclty at Anbnra prtion during the week of Saturday, July 13, thomas ,i. Foun. managar of Robblns' OlroUS, was arrested at Ayer, Mass., and lined $28 aml eosts, last wee k Wednes- uay, for allowlng gambllng in theihapeof the three-sbell peg t riek at the l iri us. aud Hon and Ayer people lost about $l,000oD the triek. A spkciai. eleetion was held on last week Tnesday to till the vneatiey eauseil by the deatb of Bamuel .1. Bandall, Rlohard vaus, democrat, was eleeted prartlenily wltbout onposltlon, the only otber candlaate belng Biram Dewalt, wbo was pnt in nomlnatlon by the prohibitioiusts. RlTi l'n. S. M, BABRBTT of St. Stephen's Roman OathollQ ehureh at Chieago was shot on bis doorstep, last week Friday evening, and fatally wounded, by a yonng manwnohad callea, profeatiug toba in a dylng condltlon from hearl trouble, The murderer is believed to be iusane. To prevent a oblld of Alfred A. Ltbby of Portland, Matne, from runnlng away, one day last week, it was tied to the fronl yard fanoOi Tbe rope was long emaigb to allow the oblld to go into the street. A team drove by and the horses beeame en tangled in tbe rope. Tbe oblld was thrown iliiwn, its skull frai'tured and it died in two hours, Thk remains of ex I'resident Gartield were removed to the luemotial strueture at Clevelanil, Obio, last week. The casket was opened, in order to cpdet forever the rumors about the body not being in it. The hody was found to be in a good state of preservatlon aml oould beeaslly raoogniaed, Tbe mouument will be dedlcated on Me morial day. Antho.ny COMBTOCB of N(w York has Cansed tbe arrest of Frank O, W'eboskey of Provtdence, R. I., for sendlng lottery tlck ets through the malls, Wehoskey was ap pointed agent of the Medlna Oounoll , No. 12, brder of Grand Orlent, to send out oireulars advortlslng thelr approaebing fair, which of- fers to purcbasers of season tickets casb pri.es amountlng to $8,028, Conpress. Tuksda Y. The senate considereil the bill rcported from the judiciary eommittee to amend the iuterstate commerce law so that states can control the sale of iiuported liquors. Messrs. Vest and Regan opposed tbe bill, on tbe gTOUDd that it wotdd be un COnstitUtlonal, and Messrs. Hoar and Ed munds favored it. The latter said that tbe Supreme eourt had takeu the longest step taaen wlthln a hundred years within the renubllo toward oentrallElng powei some- where, either in the supreme eourt or eon gress. He did not believe iu eeutrali.ation of power. He believed in its segregation and separation in every respect. Speaking of the Importatlon of lntozlcating liquors into a state, Mr. Kdmunds claimed that onos tbev got there they were tbe subject of state laws, and that was what tbe supreme eourt of the I'nited States would come to within tbe next twenty years. The eonsti tution had declared that eongress should have the power to regulate commerce among tbe states, and lcft to tbe states the power to deal with ohjeots d commerce after they got there. 1 he bill went over without aotlon, and tbe remainderof thesession was OOOUpted with eulogies on the late Kepre- santatlve W. ! Kelley of Penusylvanla, Mr. Morrlll making one of the addresses. The house consiilered the tanlf bill in eommittee of tbe whole, many amond ments belng rej -i-ted aml a fevv aiopted. Mr. Btewarl securod three mlnntes in whlob to speak to bis amendmcnt iu favor 1 t a bounty on maple sugar. and he uiade a trong aml forclble presentalluti nf the chtiins ot the lo i, tw i Migar makers ot Ver mont., New Hauipshlre and New York to eoual recognlitaaon with the LotitslanB planters and the beet sugar produuers ol tbe West. He. presented ngurei to ihow the value of the industry. He showed that Vermont alone produced on an average be- tween seven aml nlne mllllon pounds of sugar annually, but at one time its produel was twelve mllllOO poumls, and that sbe then outranked I,oiiisiaua as a sugar pro dtx'ing state. If a bounty were to be grunted at all, ba argucd that there was no reason why lt should not ba granted to tbe Vermont taimers, who would be thrown into sbarp couipctitiou with the Canailian prodnoers by strlklng ofl thepresenl duty, Tbe speecb was received with marked at teutlon, Tbe amendmeut, however, was lost, by avoteof lifty-one to ninety-tivo. An ameniiincMt was ailoiiteil rediicing from tourteen to eleven centi tbe duty on manu- factured or umlressed granite, and from fifty to forty per oenl on hewn, dressed or polished stolie of tbe sanie i harai ter. V KHNKsriAV. The silver bill oocupled tbe time of tke senate's session, but no vote was reacbed. Tbe bill regardiug tbe iiu- portatlon of llquor Into rftates was also dis- cussed. Tbe taritf bill was considereil in tbe house in eommittee of tbe whole, and a number of atuemlments were rejected. The bill, with its aiucudinciits, was then reported to the house, and voting ontbe auiendmeuts began. The republicans wbo voted with the democrats on the ameml incnts iucreasing the duty on wool and worsted goods and yarn, which were de feated, were Messrs. Anderson of Kansas, Comstoek, DolUver, Dunnall, Featberstone, Pllck, Senderson, Kerr of t$wa, Lacey, Kind, Strubble, Sweeney and '1 aylor of Ilii- nola Tbe bill waa passed by aatrlol party vote, except that M r. Coleinan ol Loulslana yoted wlth the democrats. Mr. Butterworth voted for the bill. The vote stood HH tO 14.'. Tbe speaker appolntad Messrs. K. H. Taylor of (Ihio, Stewart of Vermont and Bland as conferees on the autl-trusl bill. Thukmday. The silver bill was under dlaottaslon iu tbe senate, Mr. Daniel speak ing in favor of it. Tbe naval appropnatinn bill also was discussed at somi lengtb. The house passed a bill presc rihing a penalty for any suparvtaor or anumarator of tbe census wbo anall raoalve feaoroom" pensioii for census work beyond tbe legal compeusation. Iu eommittee of the whole tbe river and harbor approprlatlon bill was discussed, Mr. lilancbard of l.ouisiana es- peolally urglug that the govarnment do sometbing to protect resideuts aloug the Mississippi from tloods. FitlHAV. Mr. Stanford addressed tbe sen ate on bis bill providiug for loans by the govcrnment 00 agricnltural lands. Tba naval approprial ion bill was discussed, Mr. Dolpb speaking against the expemliture oi money for new cruisers. : Tbe house discussed tbe river and harbor bill iu eom mittee of tbe whole. An aniemlmcut pro vidiug for securiug u COntiUttOUS water way from Lake kflohlgan totbs Mississippi ade- QUate for the passage of the largest river nteameri and cuan-oi-war was defeated, Satckiay. Ill the senate tbe amend meut to tbe naval approprlatlon bill to strikeout the item ol $80,000 for the iui provenient of tba plantal the Portsmoutb navy-yard wa-s illsagreed lo. Tbe item for the Hoston navv-yard was also continued in the bill. Moniay.-- The senate tciok up the naval approprlatlon bill, tbe pending questlon being on Mr. Cockrell's ameinliuenl tostrike out the provision for the eoustruction of three heavily ariued battle-ships. This amendmeut was dafaatad, u motlon of M r. Hutler an iteui was inserted appropriat Ing $200,000 for a dry dook at I'ort Royal, S. C., the whole cost not toexceed $800,000. The bill was then passed. The house passed tbe Rock Orsek park bill. OOHTINIIBII KIIOM rtKTII I'AOIt was badly Hcalded. There Is little hope of its reeovery. Bert Wallace has sold bis plaen at the Oentet to Oharles (fayjor of Moretown, re servlng its use untll Sepli'inber, wben he expects to move to this plaen. I)r. Niohols of St Albans performeil a very skillful operation on a black mare belong- ing to M. tl. t,vans, renioving asplmt from her leg bone near the ankle joint. The stonn of last, Wednesday was ns e vere as often oceurs bere. Hetween this vil age and Stowe the road was badlv wasbed in many plaees, so that the stage had bard work to gct through. In soine plaees brooks ran tbrongb oultlvated flelds, doing eonsld erable damage. Rev. I,. II. BUlol preaohed at the Con- gregational chnrch Sunday, presenting tbe oaUse of tbe Vermont BiOle Snciety. Tlie only servlce at tbe ohurofa fot the neai two weeks will be tbe Sunday evening and tbe Thursday evening servioe, as extensive rc palri have been begun on the body of the churoh. Tbe band is praotlolng some mutlc for Memorial day. It plays at tbe Oenter iu the forenoon aml iiere in tbe afternoon. The exerclses wi 1 he about the same as usual. Tbe singing will be hy a male quartatte, All are Invlted to attend, aml comrades wbo are not members are iu vited to fall iu with tbe post. BdwlO Dill ingham Post goes to th Center in the fore noon and Stetson Rost retnrns the visit in tbe afternoon. All Howers should be left at the house of F. It. Taylor Thursday after noon or evening. Waterbury Center, H. F. Bmttb has plaated six aores of Ro- laris potatoes, having a large order for seed of this yaar'S orop, The last of last year's erop was shipped last week, making some over 1,!" I busbels sold this year, mostly for seed, and prineipttlly to parties outside this state. II. F. Smith spent last week surveying wild lands on Sterling inountains, wbere he found old snow from three to four feet ileep in plaees and hundreils ofaeresstill covered with it.as in inidwinter, at les.ser depth. The old loe has not yet broken up in Ster ling pond, WilliaiiiHtown. ttUmbar for our new botel has begun to arrive. Our town grand list is a little smaller tban that of last year. Mrs. Blton Bnrnbam is viaitingthefriends of her late husbaml here. Wtlliam Nonis of Underhill has hired Lewis Kllis' house in the ipiarry distriet. Benry Lasell is to llve on the Mrs. Julla Kinsman farm, lately purcbaseil by Opbir S. Martin. We hear that Tracy L. Jeffords is private seiTetary of Congressinan W. W. Grout at Washington, 1). C. Oltver Dickenaon's family will move to Tbomas Bberldan's house wben the latter mOVes to our village. Charles Luwrence has moved from the Warren I'oole house to the lower teuement in Nelson Carleton's new haise. James s Abbotl has juit left Bt, An gnstine, Florida, wbere he has Uved for some years, and gone to Stevenson, Ala bama. Now that the strike in the ipiarry distriet is ended, the oloud that has hung over us is llfted, and lively times are hoped for in this section, Chlldren'S day will be observed at the Congregational chun h next Sunday morn ing aml at the Methodist church on the Sunday following. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bersey, now of Lcadville, Col., have returned bome from some montbs' stay in Florida and elsc- bere in tbe South. Joe Banders, a born flsberman. lately pald a visit to Greensboro pond, wbere he canght some forty trout, one of which Weigbed a pound and three-ipiarters. One of our old townsmen wbo have sbared iu the prosperity of Barre is Glles, SOn of the late William Durkee, renUi of property uloue giving bim an income ol over $2100 yearly. At a recent meetlng of our selectiuen a tOWnaman presented two town orders, laaued in 1H7H, aggregating sixty old dollars. The town will in due time, doubt less, allow thein to he paid, though out- lawed. On Inqulry of Mr. Asa G. Wtlbur, wbo invested in land in southwestern Lotusiaua, a few years sinee, we learn of a large per oenl of Increaae of the inbabitants in the town and a general npward tendency of prloes of land iu the vtclnlty. For a little over S1..VKI the Methodist so- olety has bargalned its parsonage to a Mr. Rohinson of Moretown, reserving land enough for a new parsonage and garden. Mr. Koblnson will move bere itniuediaiely, and will reside for tbe present in the War ren I'oole house. A beautlful day favored a large gathrring at the Congregational church, last Sunday luorning, for tbe union memorial se1 vice. The musle, by members of the three village obolrs, was under the dlreotton of john Lynde, Jr. Bev, Mr. Nauton of tbe Meth odist oburob preacked, taklng, as his text, "And this day shall be unto yoti for a memorial.'' An attentive hearing wasgiven bim, a-s he reoalled somewhal of the iaeri- tice, tbe sufTering, the answered prayer of the awful struggle of 'ol to 'OB, . With sorrow comes the UeWI of the death. on Wednesdajt last, iu Burlington, ol Miss Clemelitiue S. l'err.v, youngest daughter ot our long-tlme pbysloian, the late Dr. N. w. Perry, Bbe leemi not to bave beenwell llnoe an attack of the grlp months ago, Miss Perry is remembered bere as one of our brighteat, tnost Intelligent aml worthy young ladies, and they who have known lier best since her removal tn Hurlingtou, years ago, oould hardly fall of growingea teem for her, as they have watohed her ripening genial Cbristian eharacter. In this irreparable loss tbe members of her family are assured of tbe warmest sympa thy of old friends. Windham, Memorial day is to i baerved by Abbotl l'ost and the Woman's Relief Corps of this place. TheCirand Anny memorial servioe is to be held at the cemetery at South Windham, after wblob the members of Ab botl Poel and the Woman's Rellel Corps will returu to the Congregational church at the Center of the town, wbere the meffiorl d mounil will be decorated aml dlnner served, followed by an address by J. G. Martin of Manchester. Worcester ESldsr Warren Is to dellver the Memorial day address and tbe Norwich I'niversity eadet band of Northfield ia to furntsb the mualc, Rev. . 1!. Whecler preacbcd tba tne morial sermon last Bunday to a fuii house at the Congregational church. He ileli vered a very interestingdiscour.se. Tbe Central Vermont Pomona Orange will boid its aaoond quarterly meetlng bere Wednesday, .lune II. Tbe public are cor dially iuviteil to attend the afternoon ses sion aml take part in the exeroises, On Saturday moruing of last week a po lieeman tounu uiiuiistakable traces of an at- templ to biow up tbe Saymarket monu ineut and the surrounding bulldlngs at chi eago with a gigantlc eharge of dynamlte The meoblne was probably plaoed then' early in the luorning. Rain SXtlUguished tbe bornlng tuae, The aaploelon would have made terrilile UavOQ with street-cars frequently paaslng, aml tbe Losi of life would have 1 n gn at. On last week Tuesdiiy a wre king train on the I'pper Cooa railroad, on the way to repair washouts, went through an nmlcr- rnlned bridge near North Btratfordi Twohey, superintendent of the riad. and a sei tioll lllttll ere killed. Gkokiik Fkam is Tkain reacbed TaeOBU on last week SalunbiN luorning, making tbe clrOUlt "f the globe lii slxtv-foiir davi, glarhcti, ermonl Mnrkcls. in m n 1:1 U 13 t 14 .. VI : iki M Mi IM A to . . li 4 ift H ifll S 4 'j M irn N '.: fl .. n M i 4 5 WATKKIUIIY. gatter, tab, t it ituttiT. Dnnt snd raney, wn Hutter. bve-pound boxsti t it KkK". r dos Henim. t IiihIi WoWM it Hiik. nreneil, tt tl LafflM, 9 n. Ponltry, VI n Iteel, rtrceil, '( It Mftpfe irrnp, per ssllon Mspts siijir. per It Potstoet, li iiusli DstK. V Imali Bolton Prodace, Monday, Muy 26, lm, The quotatlons given below represenl nrlcei obtained by receivers for Wnoleialt loU (not jobbing prtcts) aml are Intendeo to represenl aOtual sales: BUTTKH. Crssmsry, Northern, estra, v 1b fr 17 rcHliicry. Niirlhi rti.i'Xlr.i llrxM.tl lt.. I'i (S lli (,'reHmery. Kn.-tern. extrn. "jt II I.s lii I'reninery. Western. extru llrt. t lli. . II h lr, Creioiii'ry. Mrntji. 't tt tfr ): CrMPiery. NtM'iinilH, )t tti Iu tit II K ranklin Ci., Mhab.. toxei,SXUl creion- cry, V It' 17 ffl Ifl !)., extm ilnlrv. i II. A is Dii.. oxtrH llrt, l It. Il 'h l.'i l"., Ilrt. 1I It I'.' ,a : Dn.. low Krielen. 'fMti fl II Dlilrv, Verlnnlit. extru. 1H It . III Dnlry. Sew Vnrk, extra, fl Rl M l llHlry. VI. himI N. V.. extru llrt. Ill It, . 13 I N Ilnlrv. VI. an ,1 N. Y.. Ilrt. l Ih II u D.ilry. Vt. Uld N. V.. Ior Kr.nlei, IH It... H i i Trinik. lli '., or tl. i.riiits. It, . 1s Tnmk extra llrsln, U lt. II. it 17 CHKK.HK. Vermont, extru. JR fl U$ "i Vennont. llrstH, 1 7 H Vennont, ml- Mt. ft fft H New Vork. extru. l tt. H'yir !i New Vork. Ilrstii. l It. 7 m II New Vork. IMQndS, fl R ti (tk I'.irt Fiklnis. fl Ib .1 m 7 Skllim, V It....... if 3 MMI, Vermont sad N. II.. extru, fl dei & 1 Knfltpm. extrti, "! 1I02 Q Ift KiiHtern, llrHU, f ilox wi 14 Western, extrs. t dos 15 Wenteni, tlrs'.H. V iloz jgi Uia HAY AND STRAW. Ily. fnncy, t ton Ifi Wl'frW 00 lliiy, fnir lo K.ioil, '1 ton U Hiol.'i iui llny. flne, 'fl ion lli iii.'i l:i wi llsy. dover nn dover mlxetl, fl ton.. . 7 iKlii lli 00 ifsji ordlnary, fl ton iu iho'iii no lltty, ioor h. eoiniuou. (l ton 7 wn li 110 iinv. iwsle, fi ton t iKio iii no str'nw, rye. Rpod to prlme,fl ton lii OlflM 1)0 Slrnw. out. l . on 7 ftii.a s 00 Remarks, Hkans. The demand li ligbt, aml sales have to be made at eas.v prii es. BtMlB. There is a steady demand, with prlces a little lirtner than last quoted, Chkksk. The market for new cheese is ditll and without quotable change, and tbere is very little really line stock otTering. BATi The market is steady for ohoioe bay, but very little of that grade is eoining forwani. All grades below obolce are dulb Bi'ttkk. Trade is dull and the Indloa tions are that the week will be a bard one for reeeivers. Bnyers are holding off, in .tbe bope of orowding prlces still lower. The market has a 'Hry unsettled tone, and there is very little demand for anythiug ex oept the tinest, and quolations for under grades are moetly nominal. " A STtTCH in time " often saves eoiisump tion. Down's Klixir Used in time saves life. (iKNKKAI. B. F. BtiTLBB still llves; to do bundreds of others who have been oured of rheumatism aml neuralgla by the great blood purilier, Bulphur Hitters. Send for testlmonials. Thk mott obstinate cases of catarrh are eured by the nse ol Kly's Cream Balm, the only agreeable remedy, I: is not a liquid or snuff, is easlly applled into the noatrils, For oold in the heaol it is inagical. it giva relief at once. Prioe tifty centS, In MHrtitlelfl. Muy 2h, n MR to Mr. .tiol Mr Tnarer, in itanhOsld, Ifay91,adaaglitaf to Mr.nmi Mn, i . . , Tueker. Costivknkss is the primary cause of muob disease. Dr. Henry Baxter's Maudiake Bilters will pertuanently cure eostiveness. Bvery bottle warranted, Dki.ii atk ladies who have that tired and all-gone feellng, and don't like to be dis- turbed, will contlnue to be troubied with this oomplaint until tbey renew tbeir lm pure blood. Sulphur Hitters will cause new and rloh blood to cour.se through every ar tery and vein in the humau systein. See another columu, I'AIN and dread attend tbe use of most ca tarrh remedlea, Llquids and snuffs are una pleaaanl as well as dangerous. Kly's Creain Balm is safe, pleasant, easily applled into the DOStrils and a sure cure. It cleanses the nasal passages and heals the Inflamed membrane, giving relief at om e. l'rice Hfty oete. In Henry & Jobnson's Arnica aml 011 Linimenl is oombtned the curatlve proper tles of ithe dlfferent oils, with tbe nealing qualltiafl of arnica. Qood for man and ani- mal. Bvery bottle guaranteed. PUesl Pllesl ItobiDg Pllea. Symptotn Moiature; Intenae Itoblng aud Unging; tnost at night; worse by serateh- Ing, ifaiiowed to continue tumorsform, which often bleed and ulcerate, beooming very sore. Swaynk's Ointmknt Itops the Itehlng aml bleeding, beali nloeration, aml iu most cases removes lbe tumors. At drug gistM, or by mail, for tifty cents. Dr. Swayue Son, l'hiladelphia, I'enn. Conflnmptlon Surelj Cured Totht Editor: Please Infortn your readeri that I have a positive remedy for above- named disease. Hy it s timoly nse thouaandi ot hopeless oaaee have been permanently eured. I shall be glad to send two bottleS of my remedy kkkk to any of your readers wbo have eonsumptlon, if tbey will send me tbeir express aml pOSt-OfUce addreSH. Respectfully, T. A. Blocum, M. c, 1H1 I'earl St . New York. " Hoil In Cure All Skin lliscascs." Simply apply "Kwaynk'h Ointmknt." No luternal medloine reauired, cures tet ier, ei'Bema, Itoh, all eruptiona on the faoe, hands, uoae, atc, Leavlng the skin Glear, white and healthy. Its great healing and ourative powers are posaessed by no other remedy. Ask your drnggisl lor Swavnk's Ointmknt. Uo fon Kuow That Hatch's Febrifuge Mixture is the best oougb medicine made.' Wherever it has been used il beiomes the bOURenold remedy. Cures coughs, colds, iulluen.a, eroup, luug fever, c.ongestion : allavs spaaniH of whooplngHsougb, asthnca and difflouli breathing at once. I'leasant to take, the ohlh dren like it.aml it imariablv doei tbem good. With Banoroft's Instant Relief , cures la grlppe, Bend for special directions to F. 1 'i fl HBB ft BoKSi St. Albans, Vt. ' ' Idvlee iu Motheri Mrs. Winslow's Sootbing Syrup has been used by mothers for chlluren teeUting for over tifty years with perfect snicehS. It re- llevee the little tufferer at om e, nroduoes natural, qulej sleep, by freelng the oblld fr pain, aml tbe little cheriib awakes as "brlgbtaa abutton." lt is very pleasant to taste, soothcH theehild, softens the gilllis, allays pain, relieves wind, regulales the bowels, aud is the best known remedy for diarrbwB, wbetber arislng from teetbtngor i tbei causes. Twentv tlve cents a bottle. arnagcs. In But Wnrri-n, Mnv SBiby Kcv, lt. K. JohtllOfli (Krnr Wt Hadion to Mitttif 0. KiiHBt tr, In llnthnry, Muv -4, ly Itt-v. II. 0. Ilnwnnl, WI1 ii. Ofotlcf tn BfMnt ti MHrnii, botn if Roxbury, In HuHrock, Mitv Wi bj Itcv. ilrurw S. tliiprnscy , ClntrlcH N. Hurt Tu Sttll:i I.. .Toiiffi, hotli of Mnnrtti k. In North Tunbiidft, Muy 17. bs (Uv, K. II. Pttllfjr, Bdward W. Ciitiiniinn pf Ket1 Knriiliitin, P. QtO Klorn (. itloi o North Tunbrldne, In Berlin, Muy I, iMSBtn If. ToTell, Wi ypnrn u.l 1 inonHiP, In Lowell, Mrb"., May Murrt'lln Mtirnlii, a rm tlve of '!,..! 4(1. In Itrooklh-M. Aprll N, v, y pttrs ntifl fi month. ItilU A. IhakPT, 4 In Norih KhtbNhi, Muy )'., of hmn fovrr, Mr. LtWtl Shonti'll, IU y;ir.a itii'l 'i lnyn, In Mnrshlh-Ul, Muy J7. rffttttf K. II1IU, vt iff ( . II. Itohtiison, ;ii. h'u nif rat on ThurBflny. In WMtatold MMI.) My .'I.Mobi'b Vnttpr, thtrty llv4 yi'Hrn ii MffdMl of MoiitfH licr, ftbOttl 'i, In l.i-lmiion. N. II., Mny 31, Mrs, BllM Dty, wilow r thr mtt Mfnavi Jonm f Berlin, Vt., m ypar, n liinnt li n iiml 14 i. i In Pltoti Onjtof connty, ni . My it, of to rh-r fcv r. I.ulii Kthcl, only clilhl f VhI(1o '. KlnKK. " ymrt, I mont h and 8 hiyn. tibcrtiscmcnts. 1. x isxsmm lWClCr ABSOLUTELY PURE LlVhJjweet Vholeiome Bread Delicious Pastry A Cream of Tartar Baking Powder. Found Superior to all others in Strength and Leaven ing Power. U, S, Govcrnment Rcport, 1889. AT A. D. FARWELL'S THE 'RELIABLE' FLANNEL SACK COAT. OTHER WSStl STYLES. rriie most complete stock of Negligee Shirts ever shown by us. We have Silk, Penagns, Oxfords. Cheviots, Basket Weave and Madras Clotlis. Washing Muslin and Prints Without Injury to the Colors! Bwore washing tis necessary to have 1 1 1 onils. Remembor, yon can flncl Chnllis .t 8c and 18c at WEBSTER'S Also Lawna for 8c and 6c a yard, Batiste Cloth, Prints, one hundred stylea Dress Ginghams, etc, etc. Now to waah luch sjoodat Heal aoft water in 1 copper boiler to such a degree that the band can Iu- barely borne in it. and pour in un eiulitli purt, b uuilit ot' tlie I'nluii s to In- wushed, of wheal bron. Then place the articles in tbe water, and lel tlti come ton boi), duriug which the fabrics should be turned frequently wlth a wooden stiok, Now lel the water cool off sufflclently to allow ot' tlie dreasea, etc, being washed in it ; then rinie tbem in soft water and dry al an ordinary temperature. The dresses, etc,, are bj tliis process washed as clean as with soap, without tbe least injury lo the colora. (t'nt tliis out . ) II. C. WEBSTEH (O.. 18 State Street, Montpelier. Banh lotitcs. Somebody Howld Me ! If I rnlu me new slinte ov eloes, an' have tn buy anottaar wau nf Adarni iii-inorri.w, 1 11 mnrtlier tlie man that askeil me was me naine McCINTY MeOlnty, begob! Can'i a daoeni man appaar un tlie stbraat arlU an llle rant shilts ii- tniiy toos wlnout Hinne wan likenln' lilai tn Me- iint v, llail eess tn 'eni. LOOKAT MESHUTE! NOI a wrinkle in it. Does it 1 k like I M been drownedf i n mop tlie dlri wld the man tbal says 10. 1 eao aiTuni anotber sbnte, at Aiiams' prlces, for the lnxurjr of llukln tlie lilatiiaril. Adams, the Clothier Opposite Court-House, UKrou r OF THE COMDITtOM (IK THK K1HST NATIONAL HANK, ill Montpelier. Ill thS Stilte of VsnUOUt, Sl UlS clno ut buslneM, Muy 17. ISMl aaaoDRi ts. I,iltH4 nlhl ilUeonuts SiiiSM' Ovsrdraftt, sourad ani unsecurira .'i.Tfti y . R. Bonda to sscurs olrotUstloii .vi.ihhi 10 Ktet'ks, neeiirltiul, lllilKliientB. elttltint.ete.. '.'b.tini iiur from HDprovsa rswrve aui-iii 2704 Due from olber Natloasl Bsnu M4 ltf.,1 etale iiml llliirtuaKeK mvueil Is.-'TJ ' I'lirrenl exiu'HM'., aml taxeip .alt 1,657 I" L'hecki sna other casn it. un '. : BIIU uf otlier bsnkt -j.-v Prsottonsl .a(.'r Durrsner, nlokeU, sad eents tw IT Sieole II. M . l.ef.il teml.T nol.'S 4.747 N Rsuempnon fana wllb 0. t, Trsssniar... M M Tntal WIV74a 14 l.lAltil.l riKs. Cspltal itock pal'l In j-.'.vi.mni ...) Surplui runil Mi.wm no I'mliviilftl i.rellts - National llalik uotoa OUUtSnillnS 4:1. 110 ' Hlvlclen.la uupalil 41)1X1 llnMvldiial Jepi.slH lll.ecl to rlleek .. .. I.HI.SM I. bemiuid esrunestst of .leiioait tUM -' i i in .i' - 'i .1 i I.i'in' 1,1 Certlflad ohsofct ! :l CMbler's ehseas pvtst4Utdlas w.iiw 14 IMU'to Stflte llanks Mtnl liankern IH.6KI " Tutal 1S.74.1 4 1 1 'A rBOF VKRHONT, 1 COUKTV Of WASHIVQ I'nN. tfl. I 1. Kre.i L, Katon. (Jssalsr of ttie staovsaaiasd i.ank. ti., lolemnly ..wear thai tbe sbova itatoment 1 rue to tbe beet ol my knowledae aml bellef, nUu I BATON, CqMt SiiI.m rila-.l aml sw.irli lo 1,,'t'nre me lln .'7tli dav of May. IM, II M. OCTLKB, Sotan Oorrset Attaat: 0BABLK8 DKWEV.l I'. f I'lTKIN. I' .1 W 1:1.1.1s. I Ceqal lotttcs. Montpelier, - - - Vermont. HPKC1AL. .111. 1 sl T'KKIitK sdvsntagei lor iu. ntrin-tietl III 11 a p W HITINli iiml all t'umnit'n-titl aml OoniHOQ Kiillnli btTlinotlM Hl tht' durlna the M'ltlM, i..i sl M M Klt HONTHH. N VSCStiOa. llruduateH ISCUre ,'ni.loynH'llt. Kor new ,i ., . , ... .... . 1 . CAKNKLL .V OUTCHE8S, Albanr, N, V . IERVSHA UAN'COCK'8 El 1TE. .1 oMMI.sslovt.lts' NoTII'K Tlie lllKU'rKlKlied, liavili ue lUCOiUtffd hy the Honorsble rroliats Oonrl for lae IHstriel of Km. iloljli UonimUstoiisn to reeslve. exainliie aud ttd lust all I'laium aud aeuiandi ol all i'erini agalutt tbe estats uf Jeruiha Man k. Isle of state ot New .lemey. ileeeaird. aud all elalm eihlU ited iu uiru-t tbere to, nereby elTe notloe thsl we will meet for the iurHMeafnrealdal tbe dw i IIiuc Iioum of A S. Martyu. in OraagS, Oft tlie -"dli dav ot Keiiteuilier next. from ten ovloea a. m untll tlve i.Vloik I'. M .. of nald day. and that idx lnontln from tlie llsl day ot Mareb. A D. " te lliue llmlti d hy said Oourl for aid . redltor to tireeeitt thelr . lallun to in. for exaliili. iiioit auo anow am'e Hated at Urai.p'e. tbll t.l day of May. A. I. SIikS AI VAII Bl tlllKK. i ' """t"iuu. r MKHt'l N N WlNtlTT'H KSTAT1 ("OMMlsSlONKlts Nol'ICE. The nudenUmed. hsVlns '"'n upomtsd tn tbe llonotahle I'rohate I'ourt for the lintrirt of Waih- tnatoii OommlHtoaers io raealvs. ssanilas aud a.i llltl all i-lalm aml deuiaudn of all psrMns auain.,t II.. eetatool Mer' A1111 Mlnolt, lale Of Mid.lh". in lald IUftrU't.d aHed.aml all t-laiins exhihlte.l iu offeel thsrsto, nsrsby ifvs nollefl that u,- u meet lor the i i afort-Hald at thu . 1 hoin.eofAd.tliiouMluott.lu wald Midillexex. ou the '.Mth day of .lune aml lillh day of Novetuher asxt, fr, .e o'etoea f, m. uutil four q'eloofc r, M,, ea.-l ol ahl dav. aud Ihat nlx months fioiu the h.ti. day of May, A. II. Istal.il thr tiluv llmltrd hy aald 1 lourt fol natd er4MUtOfS lo prassnt thelr t'lallnl fo Ul for exaniiuatloii aud allowauee. Hati d at Mlddlraei. Ihl .tdh dav of Mav.A D, V . 1. ri.ni, , . ci.i,,.s .11 Ul W HAXHART,! t'oiulnUiiloner,