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VERMONT AVATCHMAN & STATE JOUUNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 20, 1890. Suminnry r News. criiimit. Thk, Burlington wooltn miiiH at Winooski were shnt dOWB iMt wei'k for repaira. AnoiJT J,T(KI bimts phhmuiI tliniuuh Water ford, K"'nK iwthi In tfce Ohtinplaln ommI iluriiiK JnljT. DRi .1. ( Iiimnson hM lold liis nmrMi' awif in Olsrondon ( thi Vermont Mur- In 1 1 i ti'tniis toiirtiiimrrit nt Kutlntiil, la.it week, .i. a. Merrlll ot OM plnoa won tht state obMnpionthlp, 1t is pfoposeil t(i liave a riMiiilon of inoiii lirrs of tlin li'KiMlatnri! of 1X74 ." some tlnio (l)iriti); tln' next session. DBc BxovBOB'i lohoolof raodern Isngtiagss at Burlington oloied oa tbe 19th, BeftSYe liis la.it riM i'ptioii lnst week Ki iilny evenino;. A sKHtm s forcit tlre orrimotl at Char lotte, aiotiK tbs llne of the rallrond, lul weck. A nreat (jiuxtittty of fence was bnrned, TmtBiSwodMi itrstghl from Sweden, ar- rived at Weston reeenll.v. It is thonght tliat tive morti liave joiticil tlie oolOBJP at Wilmington. Thi tweiftii nnnnnl festlval of psrlsh oholri wiii be held wltta st. Paul'a onarob. Burlington, October -'. S. U. Wbltnsy of Bo.iton is conductof , Jon.N Pknson, a native of WoodstOGk, wliere he hail liveil until aliout tliree years ago, oommittod sulclde by bsnglng st Gbll tonvllle, Mass., Bnnday, KlHKat Norton Ofl last week Tlinrsilay ilestroyeil over one itiillioii feet of prepared lnmlier, twelve boUSSS, the dry-liouie and liarns. Tlie property is owned hy A. M. Stetson of Hoston . Thk Bolton JourtuU say.i that v. L, (ireeley of Burlington nnd bli pookel ploked on Powe'i whnrl on la.it week Tbnrsday. Ile lost a moroceo poeket-liook, Slti in nioney and a ticket froin BostOB to Bttfllng ton. Jkhaui) BlAMCRABD of Holland ffM ar rested at Newport, lait week Friday, for arion. It i.i eharged tliat lie Intrneil a barn and contents in Holland, valued at about 9000, He i.i iniane. In default of bail lie was eouiinitted to jail. A woman wai arraigned at Burlington, last week Wednesday, on a complaint charging her wltb vlolating the olty ordl nanoe by ptoktng tlowors from graves in the Lake View ceiuetery. f'pon trial slie was convioted and lined 81 and costs -913 in all. O. K. 8ctheblad of Sbusban, N. Y., loat fifty .itieep reeently. Tliey wero poilOBed by eatinK piii-clierrios on tlie farm of Kzra Harailtou at Sandgate, Vt., wliere tliey were paHturing, Isaac Sliielils lo.it four or tive by the sauie cause and at tlie eame time and place. John Tifkanv of Beiui i ngton , wbo, dur lng a flt of insanity, stabbed two domestica employed at the Manslon bouse, North Adatni, Mas.i., has been attaehed by his Vlotlmi, eat'b Huiiig for S.l.ltOO ilamaizeH. Tif fany i.i now in jail awaifinu his trial, whieh takes plaeo the 25tbi Hon. H. C. Wii.hon, for forty-three yeara au attorney at North Troy, died of heart disease on last week Wednesday Dight, He bad been state'.i attorney, state senator, represeutative and presidential eleetor, and bad praotloed in Orleans couuty longer than any other attorney. Thb Stern Brothers of Johnson, Vt., and Lebanon, N. It., have decided to locate a butter-tnh factory at Lyndonville, if the town will exempt thein froni taxation for five yean. A town meeting for the purpose will he ealled at once. This factory will eiuploy froni twenty to thlrty haml.i. Mks. Mahia Shkkhy of St. Johnsbury, wbo was in attendanco at the ineetlng of the Woman's Rellef Corps, was strieken wltb paralysis at BostoB on last week Thursday morning and died. She was a meuiber of the New Hampiblre Helief Corps, and her body was taken to Ijittleton for burial. The ball-team of tlie Untverslty of Yer inont played tliree games la.it week. On Tuesday it defeated the Mutuala of Green wioh, N. V.. eight to nothlng, and on Wednesday it also won, eight to two. On Saturday the teain played at Lebanon, N. H., winnlng an ezolung game by a seore of eight to seven. Last year, aeeording to the report of S pervisor Hull, there were 'iti sehools in Windham connty, with 5,097 oholars be tween tive and eigliteeu years, whloh repre senteil all htit (110 of the wholt! niunher in the eounty withln tliose ages. The average number of weeks in all tlie Bchooll was twenty-seven, white the total inoome for sehool purposes was 909,960, Somk excitement prevails at Shrewsbury regardiug the death of Mr.i. ( leorge Brown, a week ago Saturday A few weeks ago she found the body of Henry Lawrenee, wbo bal been tcurdered under niysterious eireuuislanees. Afterwards some one at Hntland liail eharged her witli the murder. This is thought to have driven her to take poison, but her brother thiuks she died of a brokeu heart and trouble. Danikl Dl'.nn of New Haveu was found, poorly elad, iu a tuiuble-down attie, a few days ago, and was at once arrested for va graucy. He bore every indication of being a oonnrmed tramp, until he was ezamlnea and was found to be a miserable uiiser. There were two bank-books on liis person, and they sliowed deposits amounting to al most S.r,(HW. He also had about $im in ready casb in liis pockets. He was coni mitted to jail on the charge and appealed, giving bail. Thk. lirm of G. & C. Merriaui Sl Co., pub llahers. of Bpringfleld, Mass., has com iuenced an iuiportant lawsuit in the I'nited States oirouit court agalnst H. K. Parker, editorand publlsber of the BractfoTd Opinion, G, & 0. Merrlam & Co, are at the piesent time proprietors and publiiherfl of Webiter's L'nabridged Dictionary. The tirm alleges tliat Mr. Parker is publlshlug a dictionary wbiob will lnfrlnge on patent rights beld by it. An tnjunotion to restrain Mr. Parker froin publishiBg the dictionary is asked. Blmllar suits will be brOUght again.it other publlsbers, Thk re'pablioaB OOBVeBtlon for Grand Isle OOUnty was held at North Hcro on Saturday. Two sets of delegates having been elected from North Ilero, the i'om- mittee reported in favor of tbose eleoted at the OSUOUI ealled hy the town comiuittee, and the conveution sustained the report. The (ollOWlng ticket was put in noinina tion: Senator, II. L. Iteynold.i of AlhUTgb; a.isistaut judges, T. Ii. Kinncy of South Bero, s. ii. Uacomber of Ctrand isle; ludge of probate, o. P. Knighl of North tiero; ttate's attorney, Jed l'. Ladd, Jr.,of Al- burgli; slierill, II. W. Marviu of Aiburgh. A uov named Frauk Hrighain, aged about fourteen years, hal a hearing at Underhill upou a novel charge. It appeared tliat his father seut hiui to the store at Underhill on an erruud, and the boy hitched his team under a sbed. Mr. Gorbett of Jerlobo drove his teain under the sauie sbed, and weut away to attend to busiuess uialteis. In the ujeantiine yoiing Brighani returued and was tO impreesed WlU the superiorlty of Hr. Cotbett's wagon over bii own tbathe decided to cxebange on the spot. Mr. Cor bett, upon returniug, found his borse bltohed to a strange wagon. The boy was arrested and ackuowledged exchaugiiig wagons, thougli hecould not explaiu wby he dld so. Jte was bound over to the Septcinh r icnu of oOUrt in the suni of bail being fur- nlshed hy Ml father. Ilf buntlng for a prisoncr named WUUl, who is tranted at Kewpqrt for breaking jail, an UBtUllBg InoldeBt occurroil at Chat eaugay, N. V. On last week Thursday a man entered Flint's restaurant and ealled for some beer. He answered the doserip tion giveu and an arrest waH inade. Suf tieient proof was found against Ihe man so tliat be was lodged in the locknp to await further developments. In the aftemoon a ery was hearil tliat the prlsoner hail broken jail, and a mau was seen runtiing down through the lields. A large crowd took after him. After chaslng through tlie lleld.i for nearly an hoBT, an OfflOSf wctit to the locknp, opened it, and, to his aurprise, found the prisoncr ailecp. Thk.hr was a nmall attendance at the bidting repnblloao ooBventlon held nt New fane on Nlouilav. F. P. Itall of Ilocking ham BBd J. 0, Newton of DUBUWntOB were iioininated for aisociate judges. '.. II. Albee of BoeklBgbani was nomlBated for ItBte'l attorney. The rest of the regu lar repnblloan ticket was SBdOTSod, The resoluttona Sdopted deprecate the increase in state expenses, call for a reduetion iu the nunibcr of Judges of the suprcmo court, to tive, favor state control of the railroads and a reduetion of local fares to two and one- eightfa oenti a mlle, aad eall for the repeal or stneBdment of the preseBl lohool law. Thk, Verrnoni ratlroad ootnrnlsiloners have tnade their report iu relalion to the fatal aeotdent to Jatnes Fuller on the Cana dian PBoiflo railroail at Newport lait April. While he was repairing a car in the yard a freighl train was backed against II so tliat ITuiTer hail one leg OUl olf, and suslained other injurici, from whieh be died about miduigh) the samc night. The board linds that the prltnary oanse of this aooldent was the ahsencc of a proper dangcr signal or a watohman to warn tratnrnen at work in the Vloinlty that the car whloh Mr. iTaller was repairing ihould not be tnoved whlle nsder going repairs, and that the railway conipany ii at faull for not having tnade and eBforced a rule to sueh eiul. Blboe this aeotdent dangcr signals have been in use as a precau- tion against a recurrenoe of it. Thb quarterly eonvention of the White Rlver Onristlan Bndeavor Unlon was held at Bethel on last week Wednesday. Dele gates were present froin West Randolph, Randolph, sharon, West iiaitiord, Hart ford, Hartland, Pomfret, Norwich, Windsor, West Lebanon and Brookfield, Four new societies were reported as having been or- ganised slnoe the last meeting, The No- vemlier meeting will be held at Hartland and the Kcbruary Ueeting at West Han dolph. The exercises opened with a greet ing by Mrs. (iuy Wilson of Hetbel, foltOWed by a devotioiial service lcd by llorace Pcasc of Hartford, busiuess and oral reports of societies, papers by BttBloe Colburn of North Pomfri't and Graee L. Conant, of l!an dolph, addresa by Edward K. Towner of Montpelier, recitation by Annie Mlller of Bethel and addresa hy itev. p. MaoMillan of Woodstock. The attendance was fair. THB Beoond annnal meeting of the Ver mont Society of the Son.i of tlie Kovolution was held at Bennington on last, week Fri day and Saturday. On Friday aftcrnoon the vi.iiting nieinbers drove to the nionu BtBBt and other points of historic intereht. In the evening a ainner was glven the soci ety hy Gi'tieral J, (i. M t ulloiigh at the Putnam house, Bpeecbea were made by Hon. G. G, Benedfot, presidenl of the soci ety, Itev. L. M. Hardy of Burlington, 10. W, Thotnnson of Boston, Artbur J. Dewey, Major a. ii. Valentlne, Judge G. W. Har- mon and .ludge JohB V. Carney of Beu ntngton, The bualuesi meeting of the so ciety was held on Saturday morning, A eommlttee, conslsting of Oolonel Benedlot, Becretary C. S. Forhe.i and Kev. L. M. Hardy, was appointed to revise the coiisti tBtlOB and by-laws and to proctire an act of looorporatloo for the society. A largi' number of new uietnbers wero admitted. The following otlicers were eleoted for the ensulng year: Presldent, Itedtield Proctor of Proctor; viee-president , John li. McCullough of North Bennington; secretary, Charles S. Forbes of St. Albans; treaiurer, Milton K. Palne of Windsor; registrar, H. L. Btlllson of Bennington; bi.storian, G. (i. Henedict of Burlington; board of managers, Edward A. Chittenden of st. Albans, TheodoreS. Peok of Burling ton, A. B. Valentlne of Bennington, B. H. Colburn of Springtield, B. Ii. Suiallev of Burlington, Levi K. Fnller of Brattleboro, L. C. Leavens of Berkshire; delegates, K. I. Cimball of West Randolph and Edward w. Thompson, formerly of Montpelier. The so ciety voted to reduce the initiation fee to 92 and the annual dues to 91. it is pro- poscd to hold the next annual meeting at Bennington on August 1(1, lh'Jl, when it is expeeted the battle uiouuHieut will be iledi oated. DOHMStlOa Jamk.i A. Ja.mkson, of the tirm of Jauie .1011, Bmith & Co., bankers aml broker.i of New Vork, oommltted suielde la.it week, in a tit of temporary insanity. Two trains 011 the St. Loui.i, Alton & Springtield ratlroad collided near Clifton Terraoe, 111., 011 last week Friday evening. Three persons were killed and a large num ber Injured, Thk limited Kansas City expre.1.1 on tlie Missouri Paoifio was held by seven high waymen at OtterviUe, Mo., early last Sun day evening, and robbed of 8!K),(X)0 of ex iress matter. Thk swltohmen on the Wabaih rallroad struck, last week Friday , because they were lttformed that they would not get their pay until Monday Imtead of Friday, They re- sumed work 011 Saturday. Two englneen and a tramp were killed by the derailment of S train on the Balti more & Ohio railroad, near Pittsburgh, last week Thursday night, Obstruotions had been intentionally placed ou the track. Thk funeral of John Boyle O'Heilly oc onrred at St. Mary's church, Obarlestown, Mass., last week Wednesday foreuoou. An Immense number of persons vlewed the ro maius, whieh were iuterred at Mount Cal vary ceiuetery, An explosion of escaping eoal gas oc OUrred at, the soap factory of the Kendall Manufaoturing Company, Provldenoe, R, ,, last week Thuriday uiorning. Two em pioyea were probably fatally burned, and ten others less seriously. Thk natioual eonvention of tlie retail sboe-dealers was held at Boston 011 last week Wednesday. These otlicers were eleoted: Presldent, Jamea G. Kinne of Fort Edward, N. V.; secretary, W. II. Gleazen of Binghamton, N. Y,; treasurer, I. B. Ar nold of Flndlay, (Jhio. Thk White Star steamship " Teutouie " arrlved in New York', last week Wednes day, in tive days, nineteeti hours and tive minutes, beatlng the best prevlous west ward jia.isage of the "City of l'aris," last August, whloh was mado 111 live days nine teeti hours and eighteen minutes. Thk Natioual Lei t er-carriers' AsiOOlation at BostoBi last week, voted unanimously that it was the sense of the association that all legislatlon affeotlng the pay of letter- carriers nbould be upon the basU of 96Q0 for the lirst year, j.soo the second year, .1,000 tbe thlrd year and 91,200 the tourth year iu Brst-olass ottles, In oitlea of the second class, 9000 the lirst year, 9800 the ISOOnd year aml Sl,o."0 thereafter. Thk strike on the New Vork Central still OOntlnues. A eonferenee betweon Grand Master Powderly and the railroad otticials i.i being held. On Monday Viee-president Webb mado the following itatement: " Everytbing is qulet, To-day we ihall run freighl trains as Uiual. The places of tlie trlklng iwltchinen in ituifalo arerapldly being Blled." On Bnaday the Pinkerton men, on a frelgbl train at Albany, lired ou a mob, and a woman and two boys wero wounded. Three Pinkerton men were ar res ed. Forettrn, Thk strike at CardilT, Wales, is ended. Thk revolutionists in Argeutine ltepulilic have (oroed Presldent Oelmau to reslgn, OABOIBAIi Nkwman, whose OOBVSrslOB to tbe Catholic t'burch from tbe Church of Bngland attracted world-wide attention, died last week. A rLoon prevaili in the Qanges, Tbe rlver has overflowed the banka and the sur roundlng uountry is Inundated to an ex tent never before known, There has been great loss of life. Fhiiitino has been suspended betwc. n Ouatemala and Ban Balvador, pendlngtbe medlatlon ot Nloaragua aml Oosta Kioa. The prospect of tlie bidligerauts reacliing an agreement is not good. f. M. gatks, f. ECingman and John B Jaderipiist, Presliyterian uiissionaries in tlie Boudan, buve been murdered liy Aratis. Mr. Gates formerly lived iu Plainfield, N. J. All were yoiing men. They satlud from New Vork for Slerra Leone ln May laat, iu company witli several other tuissiouarien. CONTIMJKU FHOM F1KT1I I'A'lF. hardly In keeplng witli tlie splrit of the tlmes that tlie strcet-sprinkler shoubl be falllng to pteces ln IOBM one's back yard. A little enterprlso in this direetlon would ndd great ly to tlie attracliveness of tlie vil lage aml eiihance to the comfort of tlie resi dcnt.i. Even B jndlcloiii UM Of inore lawn- prlnklers by thpae havlBg raofa faeilities Would work wonders. Hon. Carroll S. Page was in town Satur day. Harvey House of Waterbury, CoBO.i has heeii in town biiying hones, Ile sbipped six on the soutli-honnd freighl Monday morning, AmoBg tbe reueBl arrivals at, tlie Waterbury hotel are: Oolonel H. T. Thayer, wlfc aml chlld of Boston, Mass., Thomas AtklBi aml wlfe and Miss A . G . Atkins of Brooklyn, N. V., L. N. Hasklni of Lobs Rock, Wls., g. k. Glover of Boston, Mass., II. B, Dark of Cuyhega l''alls, Ohio, I ,. S. Ilayes and fatn ilv'of Itellows Falls, W. . BigeloW BBd wlfe of Salem, Man., F. w. Orcntt aml wife, j. L. PltklB, Wllllam Pltkln and J. L. Pltkln, Jr.i of BOSton, Mass., P. Freed DIOB of New Vork, .1. It. Packaid, Wlfe and daughter of Boston, Mass.. Mrs. E, W. Ubann and Mrs. II. II. Hawkins of Wau keslia, Wis. Waterbury CeBtvr, F. Burnbam and wife of Newark vlslted Mrs. Neweii Demerlti last, W(M!k. Amougthe new ariivals at (Ircen Moun tain Loilgc! are Miss A. S. Tobey of New Bedford, Mass., Miss Mary Bird aml Will Blrd of itoston, a. M. Marsh of Harvard College, aml I)r. .1. F. Holt, a professor in Girard College, Philadelphia. Hr. Holt is taklng iews of tlie icenery in thli vidnlty, Mrs. Halcomeof UhlCBgO is speBdiBg tlie lummer at Daniel Hopklns', WHUamstown, There was a slight frost here last Saturday morning, We have a yoting watcli-repairer liere. Ile can be found at the new drug-store. The Central is raising its track to liarre. The rise is two or tliree feet ou parts of the liue. Itev. B. L. Nanton exehanged on Sunday last with Bev. Mr. Davenport of Waterbury, Owing to the caiiip-iiieeting now in session, there will be no service at tbe Methodi.st church next Sunday. If tlie new grade crossing near the Henry House place is going to please our puhlic, we greatly mlsjudge, Merrlll Patteraon, from one pound of Bnrpee'i "37 Beedllng," has ralssd sixty- six poundl of otatoes. The t'niversalist society contemplates an outlay upon the oburoh tliat will materially Lmprove its appearance. The high bridge over tbe railroad, near Henry House's place, has been taken down. A grade crossing will be substituted. The Goutdsville base-liall team played here witli our own nltte last Saturday afler nooit. The icore waa twenty-oae to aeven in fovor of Gouldsville. Kev. Idrys Jones has been taklng liis va catlon here, and will soon go to New Haven. Conn,, tora post graduate course in Vale Theological Bemlnary, Mrs. Rosette Seavcr, wife of Charles M. Patterson, died on Sunday, August ::, at her hoine in Chicago. She was tlie only daugh ter of tlie late Kbeuezer Seaver. Itev. Hollii Jordau will preach liis tinal sermon here next Sundav. He lias been a faitliful wurker liere iu tlie last twomontlis. He proposea, we believe, to take up evau gelistic work in the autumn. Having been told by one who niiglit be ex peeted to knOW tlie facts tliat suhscriptions likt those pledged towarda tlie building of our new hotel could not be collected, by law, we werelately Interested in several of our state supreino court deolsions upou tlie subject whloh aeemed to slmw, unmlstak ably, that they an- collectible. Miss Fanny F. Waldo will teaoh in Mont pelier the coming fall. Mrs. Ida Drury Whitconib is teaching in the W. Z. Pratt dlstriot. Miss Katle Erskine will teaoh in tlie Prentisa Waldo dlstrlct, Miss Nellle Williama in the John Farnhain dlstriot and Miss Alice Martin in tlie II. I). Abhott dis trict the coming term. Miss Mary Greene is teaching iu the George Crane district. Oue feature of the Vermont papers UOW adays being the losses and gaius in popula tiou of our towns iu tlie last decade, we may say that in the seven or eight tirst years of it this toivn lost materially, some eatimatlng the loaa at ten per ceut. With the coming of tlie railroad and granite shops there came a turn in tlie tide, witli an increase of perhaps twenty-niue per cent on tliat basis, One of our young ladies, wbo is a friend of MiSS Annie S. Voung, who graduated witli liouor from tlie Vermont Methodist Bemlnary at Montpelier two years ago, and is now engaged in lnissionary work at Kinwha, China, baslust recelved wordthat she was severely injured by a recent fall and tetnporarily laid aside from work. Tlie accident occurred at a large gathering of missionaries, when some elevated seats, re.it ing on green liainboo jioles, gave wa'. Many were dropped to tlie ground. Mr. Lucius Kdson i.i ijuite 111, jrt and Mrs. Hannibal Wood of Notaga, III., were reeently tbe guests of liis aiater,Mrs, Chester Martin.: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward of Burlington are making a carriage tour aliout the state, Tliey were last week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sibley. '. Joibua Bacon of Iowa, an old towns man, has lately returned here for a few weeks1 vislt. Will 1'. Bowman, now of liarre, and a sou-in-law froin Lowell, Mass., were iu town last week looking at a farm. It is hoped tliat Mr. Bowman'a fam ily may retum here to live. George and Catherlne Bass are vi.iiting the famiiy of their brother, Perklna, at his country residence in Peterboro, N. H. - Mrs. Emma Btoddard White, now of Masaachu- setts, is with her father's fatnily here at present. Mr.i. Lutlier Davisof Water bury is with her daughter, Mrs. John luf fus. Jatnes Hatch, Hon of the late Mr. Reuben Hatch, now of Wisconsln, is visit- ing old frlends liere. - Ilert liailey, it is said, will canvass for books tbe coming year, and may tlien begin tlie study of law. : Melvln Burnbam has so far reoov- ered that he hopes to movo his fatnily to Montpelier this week. Miss Harriet A. Bmith will go to Montpelier with thein. ChrUtopher Hoou and Orvllle il. BriggS, "old vets," took iu tlie nutional en campment at Boston last week. South Woodbury. Bheridan Fair, who has been low witli eonsuinption, died on August 7. Funeral services were lielil at the house tbe 9th and the remains were iuterred in tbe oemetery here. On the samc day the funeral aervioes of Jane Pearoe, w ho died in East Montpelier, were held at the church here, and her re mains were also iuterred iu this ceiuetery. IJr. It. W. Lance has returned from Hos ton, wliere lie has lieen stoppiug for a week. r Will Abbott of lioston ii Itopplng at l)r. Lance's. Hlitrhets. Mli, JoHB OABFBMTBB of Ql odland, Ind. says: " I tried Chamlierlain's Oolio, Clioleraaml DiarrbOBB Heiuedy for diarrhiea aml severe cramps and pains iu thestomach and bowebi witli the best reaults. In the worst cascs I nBVBV bad to givo more than the tblrd dose to elTect a cure. In most cases one dose will do. Besides its otlier good qUBlitles, it is pleasaut to take." Twenty-tive aml llfty-cent bottlcs for sale by c. Blakely, drugglst, Montpelier, Vt. His OMORANCa OoST Mk 9100," I was sick abed for three moBths, Tbe dootor iaid I had prolapsus uteri, whieh was un true. He didn't try to OUre nie, but wanteil to inake 91.00 every day. My unclu is a druggist, and be told me to turn the doctor olT and try Sulpliur liitters. I did so, aud live dollars' worth of Sulpliur liitters cured me of general weakness and debility." Mrti H, i , A'eie Jhit en. ln w u it w i .. itf i.i ti'a .. 18 2 IIU M H la ii 3 1 i -I :i, .. OT A 4 (Si 5 "i' 1(1 i i.i ,-i 50 m in .i fi .. fll IHI .. il llll .. 'nl H Vermont .llnrkets. WATKH littRY. Bntter, tnb, y it,...; lluttcr, iirtht iohI fSltoy, V lt Btttter, Bye-lKmnd tiexon. tt it, Cheate, factory, t it Raxa, 'ri doa HeHlli. ( hllfth WOOI, 11 It, Hon, flve, ( ll. lloKn. nrtnieil, i it I.HIIlliA, i it , pouitnr, i m Hear, Araiiad, i It. PotStoea, ( butli, lul-. t biith ( !ftbtHisea, new. t ilor Beeta, new. t bnali iiiinii-. 'i t bnih Turnipa, new, SJ lninli KOMTratlBB, Bntter, fretb, v ih Butter, cratm, V B Clie'.'.-e, fiH'tnry, t It Bgsai e' doien. I'et.ltef-, dew, "f t tiiiHtll'l H0R, llvc, (I II, Hofri, dreaMd, 'i i n I.ionhs, llvc Bheep, live, i It, Vcilln, llvc Chlokatia, -i ( It, Fpwli, t ll Klcnir. t barre! Kceil. l , wt Menl.'flewt Mlddltnn, lcwt Corn, H btUnal hnoi. in OWJ Dsans, 91 bttanel 75 .. 13 l I 1 1 1'.,. !l .. ni 1H . . B SB :! : J'1 .? I f :i .ii 4 17 '.'li lil I 11 5 llll ,K IH I III B ), I '.'ll , 1 H I j 'il H5 (tjp H7 1 115 A ln ! H S l 75 Boston ProdncBi Mo.NDAV, August 1, 1H110. The qnotationi giveu below represent prloes obtained by reoelvera for uinoleiale hitx (not Jobbtng prfcet) and are intended to repressui actual saies: nUTTKK. Crsamsrjr, Northern, eatra, v It ;i ,w ?j Orai ry. Nnrthcrn, cxtril llrsts.'JI II,. . I!i .i 20 crcHinery. Kajtera, estrs, VJ fi H ll ('ri'iinicr.v. Wc-lcrn. cxlrn llmtn, l It,.. 17 w 10 Creamsrr, flnta, & n u i I 1 , Hlll, V .. , ,. ,i .. 'f! t. lll 'i IJ Franklin Co., m . - xtraoresni ery. V It. n g 23 Do., estrs dslry,Ja ft ih Po., astrs flrata, v te 15 (8 17 PO., flntf, fl ri 12 in) 14 ln., Inw Krielcs, t( It 8 .,) 10 palry, Vermont, estrs, VHb " Ii pairr, New Yprfc, eatra, 1) Iti 1; llulry. Vt. kiiiI N. Y., cxtrH llrntn, fl It... 14 :ii lii Palry, vt. aml x. Y.,flrtta,VB) lo n 1:1 Pulry. Vt. iiml N. Y., low Krnilen, 1ft It... 6 'rf 0 Trnnk, inMor M-n rprinfa, V n 22 ri Triuik, extra tirsts, "el It, Ki Q 21 BBAMS. MclhllM-. clieice llnlld hli kcil. '(i lllisll. Madinma, oraened. ( nunh Hedhiinai leoonda, Vl bttan raa, Vnrlc BtSte. nmrrow h. p., ( btian. Paa, MNanadtjfl buan ras, leoondi, f( bnan Bad Ktdney, yt imsh Yellow Kyt'H, bnproveil, ( IuisIi Yciiow Byaa, iiuiir'd laeondS, V buHh.. CHKKSK. Vermont, cxtm. ( it Vermont, timtK, i tt Vermontj 1- ( tt New York, extrn. l Iti New Yerk. tlrsts. ( tt New Yerk. laOOIldB, ( It 1'urt Hklms, It Sklins, V It 2 N S 2 25 I 05 ,1 J ii.', 1 75 nl S5 2 35 (S 2 411 2 M .'.2 15 1 w M iin ;i ',n .i 1 ihi ... rn' 00 3 25 Q 50 s a Ii'-11 5 (S 3 8p BXKMi Vermnnt and N. II.. uxtrn, dor.. . Baatern, eatra, V loz Bsatern, 10-t - doz waatern, estra, M doi weatern, timts, fi doz HAY AND STKAW. 11 ' v (aney, ( ton H , fntr te k'hhI, ' ton HaT, Bns, ; ton lhty, dover an' dover inlxed. flton., llny, ordlnary, ( ton Hay, poor to eommon, ( ton 11 iv awsle, i ton Strkw. rye.ood to prlmc.i ton Straw, ost, t( 1 on MKATS FKKSH. Best, ebolee, V ft Heef, lliiht dioli-c. l II lleef, heiivv Kood, ft It Baaf, good, v 11 Beef, liind quartera, cholce, ) It. Baaf, lilnd quartera, ootntnon, W !t Baaf, fre qoartara, ohotco, 't il Baaf, fora quartera, ootnmon, 'f( Ib... l.iiinli, cholce, , Iti Lamb, fair to good, ( tb Hutton, eztra, 'tf It Mutton, oommop to ftooA, t( it Vaal, Bastern, abolca, 'fl 1b Vcul, fair to gOQd, ( It veal, oonunon, v it' .. (3 21 .. & 21 li, 1- . . D 18 17', 18 15 OOWlb llll 13 mii 14 ml 9 iiu.i 11 00 7 (Hin lll no 10 00 " 12 n" 7 (KKiii 0 00 . ...n 0 ihi It OM Iu 00 7 5" a 8 00 the sniall prico of twonty-flve centa, nnd warrant every bottlt to givn latlsfactlon or nioney refunded. 6 (D 5( 0 11 'i n 12 ,i V, - ,1 ln 0 ot o1 : 5 5b 8 7 8 5 OT 6 3 O 4 Ahnii a and On. Limmknt is very healirg and lOOtblng, aud does wonders when up plied to old aores. Bemarkit Potatoks. Tlie market is qulet at about the raugo of prices last ijuoted. Bkans. Very few heans of any kind are OOmlng forward, and stocks on hand here are liglit and Qrmly held. ESoos. Reoeipta oontinue very lieavy aml the demand is ratherslack. Bastern extras are in comparatively short supply, and still hring 11 cents. Chkksk. The market lias a quiet tone and conslgnmenta closo out elowly. The besl Vork State full sizes are still quoted at to H cenui, w itli the best Vermont at 7.J to fj oenta per pound. Hav. Tlie market is still llat, with sales of a band-to-n.outh uature. Wbat little fani'y hay that comes in will sell at full prlces, some lots even exceeding rjuotations, but all grades below fancy are dull aud iu buyers' favor. Butter.- There has been a marked de crease iu tlie receipts of late and tlie supply of tine fre.ih goods ii running short. Extra fresh western creauiery is tirm at 20 to '.'1 cents, with some special brands held still higher. Next grades below, at 17 to lOcentt, are meeting with an increased demand. Kx tra northern dairies are selling well at full prices. Vermont Board of Tradr. There was a large offering of butter, last Friday, ag gregating 17,300 pounds. There was a dis poSltlon to hold Butter, iu view of the up ward tendeney in price, there being only one sale Ihat of 1,000 poundl, at ''() cents, by the Brookslde creauiery, to II. G. Sathorne of Burlington. An ofTer of 2(1 cents for l'.sik) pounds was refu.ied by tbe Grand Isle creauiery. The dlsposltion on the part of dealeri iu obeese to hold their produot was so strong that they did not inake any olfer- Inga upon tbe board. As a general Uniment for ipralna and bruises, or for rheninati.ini, laine back, deep-aeated or muaoular pains, Chamber lain's Pain Balm ii unrlvaled. For sale by C. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. A comhon cold sbould not be neglected. Down'l Klixir will cure it. Him- It Was." At the battle of Qettys burg 1 was ahot through the lefl leg aud was seut to the hospital. The artny siir- geona relleved me, bul pronounoed my oaae incurahle. It dlscharged pieces of bone, and for years I had luffered with a running aore. I tried everytbing whloh my limited meani would allow, am! xperienoed no re- Itef UUtll 1 tried Sulpliur liitters. I am now lmOSt wcdl and hail OOntinne their use." OUl SoUUtr. Bdynton's Si-ECiAi.s. New Tea Gowns, liglit shades, 91.50, formerly S-'.o. Col orcd Mohairs, formerly 4,1 to .10 cents, now 42-J cents aml 8TJ cents. All dress goods marked down. We have a lot of Lace BuntlngS, formerly 2,1 cents, now lo centi per yard, to close. Special bargaini for tliirty days to close out certaiu liues of goods. Visit Boynton's for special prices for tliirty days. 0, M. BoyBtOB, Central Hlock, Concord, N. II. A Modei. Kailway. The Burlington route, C. Ii. & (J. U. K., operates 1AM miles of road, with terniini in Chicago, Sl. Louia Sl. Pault Oinaha, Kansas City and Denver, For s d, tafety, comfort , equtpmsnt, track and BlHolent service il has 110 equal. The llurlington gaius new patrons but loser uoue. Thb motta of the proprietors of Dr. Renry Baxter'i Mandrake Bltten is "Tbe graat- est good to the greatest number," aud so t be sell a large bottle of a valuable remedy for Do You Kaow That HBtoh'l Febrlfuge Mixtnre Is the best oongh medlclne made'.' Vbere cr it has been used it becoines the bonsehold remedy. Cures Oonghs, oolds, Inlliienza, oroup, inng fever, oongestlon; aiiavs apaama of whooping-congh, BSthma amf dlfflcull breathing al once. IMeasant to take, tbe chll- dren Hke It, and it Invarlably doss thsm g 1. with Banoroft's InstantlVeltef, curs la grippe. Scnd for special dlreotloni to F. l)t n iikk Son.i, St. Albans, Vt. Advicc to Hotherti Mrs. Winslow's Soolhing Syrup has been used by niotbers for 1 hildren teetblng for over lifty years with perfect success. It re llerSS tbe little snllerer nt once, nroducea natural, qUlel sleep, by frceing the chlld from pain, and the little cheriib awakes as " brlghl as a hutton." It is very pleasaut to taste, soothes the chlld, softens' the gums,, allayi pain, relieves wind, regnlatea the bowels, and is the best ksown remedy for dlarrhaja, whether arialng from teetblng or other cauies. Twenty-live cents a bottle. qult drlnking of their own free will. No harmful elTect results from Its ndminlstra tlOB, CurcH gnaranteed. Send for circtilar and full particulars. Address in confldence Qplden Bpecific Oompany, 180 Kace street, 'iin Innati, ( )h io. 1 1. . I i !tflt t(i Mr uinl Mr. raBB I Carr. 1 In Muihflld, AQR. 17. h dAttffhtM lo Mr. uml Mm. I' rtink ll;ti(ly. In gut OoHpth, Attff. 14I tlitiiKlitiT tn Mr hikI ! Hn. iIImib rhomptoDi ' In ( liclscii, Aiiir, 12, ii l-tiiKlttr to Mr. iuhI Mh it Htnri i.ynn 4,f fniHi hl . m otlon. Drnnkennes8Llruor iiabit. IN ALL THE WORtli 1HKRK IS BUT ONE CL'KK, I)R. HAI.NKS' (IOLDEN SI'KCIKIC, It can be glven in a CUp of tea or DOffee Wlthont the BBOWledgSOf the person taking it, effectlng a ipeedy aml permaBent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinkcr or an alcohollc wreok, ThousBBdi of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Gnhlen Speclllc in their eolTee without their knowledge, and to.ilay believe they ln Brookfield, Ang, lo.br Rsv.B.L. Bstea.Jghn Itynie- t., Mrs. IVnn. lhi ilolioiinoii, liotli of Wlll- lamatown, Injtaal Montpaljer, Apc, 1, i.y Rsv.t, Warren. Davlil liHKley of To,lo,ni to Btnora Nelaon of New V ork, in Montpelier, ang, 16, bt itev. j, Bdward Wright. ( h.irle- (,. I'lmoiiH c.i Newton, Man., to Mrs. I.izzlu It. Sutton or West Randolph. in Clarendon, Anir. n, at tho rettdenea or tha brtde'a father. ny Rav, ,s. t. Pranoh, Kalton K. l l-her of Mondovl. W,.. to Mrs. Suaan It. Bmith of Clarendon. iu Strafford) Ang 9( Btla L. Ptrktofr 98. In Wtrnfffird, Auk. 1, Henry ('. llHzeltoti, Vi. 1 Iu rriifUliiirv, Aiiir, l l, Mr?. I inrsn- Miv . form erly of Worcester, H, In North PayitOO. Allg. 19, Lydll I'ortvr, wlfe of ftIBM M JODDiOll, 41 fMfl 1 Inyn. . Iii riielncfi, Aui:. 14. cf livnrt iliHea'ie, ROattBS ! ( Little )j wiclow uf Itev. Hnnti'l Oi M;tnnn iiml of I .IhhIuIi l i i- -. 74 yt'iirn, t hiontht awl dayii. Iibbcrttscmcms. Skin Diseases ItcliliiK. ItnrnltiK. SrHly, CruHtid, Plmply and Blotohy C'ur (l by the C'uti 'iira KiiH (l ii". A CLERGYMAN S TESTIMONIAL. AbOQt two yi'Hrtt iiK) I wnn attiu'ke'l with an In tlaiiiinatnry ilUfase on my face (pttyrlMtl) Whlell WM very trouMfsonu, bClDg extremely Itehy aml iuiiuful, KtvhiK rise to the pfodtMttOO f iniill hnm llke Rejtles. My general lienlth WM ftltMttd bj tt. I useii the (TTlct'itA KKHir.vK-T. Cl'TlC'UKA and Ct'Tlci'UA SiiAi' acconltuK to directioiiH, aud expe rieneel a elmne froin the very tlrnt day; they worketl woinlerfully, aud hy their eonttni ed nse for ftbout live inonthfl I whk eoinilt;teiy enred. I have tmbottnded faith in the CrricuuA Hkmkimhs. I regftfd the OVTtOtTRA BltOLVIKT H tlie very best hlood pnrlfltr a trial will r.onvluce any mo. The Ci tici'ka Soap Is the hest In the market, aud eheap at twlee itrt jireseut pttMj I bU UM no otlier for the toilet and hath. With tho prevalent e of Rkin dineanea hiiiouk un as a jieople 'and they are the nmst dlltletilt to dealwlth), I retfnrd the (Tti OUfiA Hkmeihks of morc ImportMii and tntrlntio vniue to tbe world than anv other medtolne now hefyre the pnbllO. I MX), with deeii ratitude, iHev.j WM. t'KKEI.MAN, Vork Corner, Me. Cuticura Remedies Are compounded upon selentitle priuciples, are ah olutely parea deUoately Rianlpulatedt and ln every retpecf bear tha ttainp of a reflnedand onltlrateo orlln. Wher-ver there is the hinhest intelliKeiiee there you will tlnd tlie greatest apreeiatiotl of these retnarkahle reinedieH. Ct'Tlci'UA HmohVKHT, the new Btoodand Bkln Purtfler and greateit "f Hnmor Kemedles, luternally do cleause the Hlood of nll Impurttien, and tlnirt remove the eausei. and GUTt otTRAi the great skin Onre, and UUTtotritA soai. an exqutMte skin Beantlfler,externatly (to olear the skin and sealn and restore the hain, cure every Ipeclesof itchftiir, Im rninj,'. senly and pi in piv disi'iise and bumon of tlie skin, ncalp and hlood. with loss of hair, from infaiicy to age, whether simple, scrofu lous or hereditary. Sold everywhere. Vrire, CVTtOtTBAj Ofty eents: BOAP, twenty. Ilveeents; KKHoi.VKN'r, i?l. Treparea 1V the 1'oTTKIt IKL' AM) t'H K.M ICAL CdlU'OHA 1 Ii N . limtoii. Z ""Senti f.r " How to Cure Skin Diseases," t4 paies, ."rU iliustrationj aml Uhi testlmoulals. NOTICE! Noth-e ls hrrehy Rlven that applteatlou will bo tnade to the (JenerM Assemhly of the State of Ver LHOnt at its session, Ihi. u,t a eharter to the Cupltal SavltiKs Hank nnd Trust Company, to he orBanlzed ami loeated at Montpelleri vt. Montpelier, August 1, IWM). NOTICE! LOVE LIE8T, Wbitest, ( learest Skin and Softest Handl produeed by OCTIOUILA SiAP. il WEAK, PAINFUL KIDNEYS i With their weary, dull. aohlngi llfeless, all-Kone sensation. relleved ln one liiiiiute hy the uth nru Altti l'llill the Notiee ls herehy tflven that appliention will he made to the (ieneral Asseinhly rf the State of Ver mont, at Its uext blennial sessiou, to anuex sohool distrlrt Ko. IS, in the town of Northfield, Couuty of Washington, to the towu of Herlln, in the Couuty of WMhlngion, and to ehatte the town liues he tween the ttwnH of Northlield and Herlln to eor- t t . t nlth sueh chanye. DatOd this 19th day of AuKust, lt0. NOTICE! N'otlre is herehy nlven that an anpliratlon will he made to the uext session of the fieueral Assemhly of tha .state of Veruiout to annex a portfon Of the town of Bertln to the town f Montpelier; it heinn a strtp of land olf the north side of the town of Herliu, liot exeeedinfi one mile ln whlth, exti'lldlllg froni the we.sterly t( the easterlv liues of the town of Herlin. Angnat i". 1999. NOTICE! N'otiee Is herehy gtT6H tlntt applieation will he made to the next session of the (ieneral Assemhly for the formatlon of a mnnleipal eorporation. to lu- elude tbe territirv now envered hy the pr nt vlllane and town of Montpelier, and that portion of tbe town of Herlln lylnfl eonttgUOOI to the Winooski rlver aml not to exeeed 4ne nille tlUtant from salt river and parallol thereto. tir sueh nortion of the town of Her in llnduded withln the above-tleseribed territory In said town as may he deemed hest. Applieation will also he tnarte to set over to t ho towns of I-.ast Montpelier and Middlesex all that portion of the present townshlp of Montpelier whieh shall not be Ineluded In said muuteipal eorporation, Dated at Montpelier, AiiKUst ,9, l9!HI. I'liister, only pain-killin plaster. BLANCHARL OPERA-HOUSE Monilay Evening, Septeiiibei- 1. One evening only of the K luoua Kxtriivitanzu of Amerles, RICE'S BEAUTIFUL EVANCELINE I'uder the imtneiHate supervision of Mr. E. K. BIGE, Witli Its Wealth ot Captivating Attractions 40 Artists IN THE GREAT COMPANY. More Bewttchlngi More Charminff. More KutraneinK than Kver. Qorgeoui and DassUng Costumes. New aml EtaboratO Seenery. SnnnituoHH in Prodnotloni Kuafe Tn liiiini tbe Ear C'oHtilliu'ei To l .!. the Kye i'diiiesJluiiB To Muke Mei ry 1 Mureliea That Bnphant Scenery That Itewlldera IN THK Grand March of the Amazons The Armor Hresses are prtmouneed the moat Iaz- j zUtiKHiid Iieautlfulever leenou tbe Amerleau Btaga, I IMPORTANT.-AII out-ol town students ol the 7j ANO SCHOOL Of SHORT-HANO and TYPE-WRITING have the benefit of VERMONT STATE ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, Waterbury, Vt. Sealed proposals will he reeeived hv tbe umler llgned at the offloeof W. P. Dllllngham, ln Water bury, Vt., until nlne A. m. of Thursday, Septemher 4, lAvi for apparatui for neatlni aml renttlanng the south wiiiK of the Vermont Statu Asyluiu for the In sane, now in prieess of ereetlon ut W aterhury aforesald, the plaiis aml speeitleatious for whieh may be seen at the offlee of Hand A Taylor, Scbool street, Hoston, Mass., and at the offlee of W. I'. Ihlllm'hiim. in Waterhurv. Vt. rropusals " the same charucter will also be re- at the saint time and nlaee. for the ere- tion of a lloiler House iu eonneetion with said asvlum. phius and speelhVatlons for whieh ean he seen at the places ahove indleated. The uudersixned resurve rtOW , oetrea, the riht to rejeet any or all of sueh proposals. r. im 1.1.1 .mi ii WM. W m H. GIDDING8, DON I. GROUT, s. 1. HOB80N, A. WOODIU'RY, Lifuteituitt-Quvenior Trustees. NOTICE T0 TAX-PAYERS of Washington, Vt. Kate-bills of a town tax of Tflecnts onadolhirand a Btate si-hool tax of 1.1 eents on a dollar, assessed on the Krand list of ls(!tt, have been put luto my handl for OOUeotlon. and on all taxos paid to me ou or lefore November hl. 1H, four per cent dlseouut wtll be ultowed. If oot pald ou or before November U, iHrHi, costs of colleetlou will be athled, as tbe statute pro vnles. 11. A. WHITE, Town Treusurer. WashlnKton. Vt.. Aumist IS1H). AMany V n u n k Men' i Cbrlstian Asso c i a 1 1 o u free of expetise, and tdu oatlonal advantagai of the hest rharaeter at lenst Otttiar ln time aud luonev. loialuess house i H 11 1 ho. raphers address plied ith oomaetent k-keei r anu mno Kor CataloKue GYMNASI UM, BATH OASSBLI. QCTOSSSS, L'ulleice l'lace, and other privileges of F e axbamt. w kw yqkk. S. A. E. WALTON Medical Electrician. N. 'i Bnrre Itreet, - - - Montpelier, vt. 1MIANCIS S. NOBI.K'S KSTATK. r OOMMISSIOjIfiRS' NOTICE. Tho nnderalsned, bsvtns been sppolnted bs the HonorHlile I'rol.nte Court for tlie IHstrtct of WSah liiKtou (.'ommlaftloiierii. to recelve, eiemlne and nrt uat iill cluinni anil ileinnnils of iill peroin .iK.iliul the estata ot Pranoli s. Nobla, late of Wttterlmry, lu flaiil llUtrti't, (leeenioMl, Ktnl iill clalina exlilhiteil Iu otf net tliereto, herehy n've notli-e tliat we will nieet for the pur)oses aforesaul at the ilwelllliK-lioune of Whlow llrrilla Nohle. on the t:ith ilay of Sentein her aml .'Tth ilav of lleeeniher next. from one o eloek until four o'elock I". M . ein h of aalil il.iya, aud llott Air oioothA froni the L'Tth tlav of .tune. A. I. UM, i the tiine Unlted by iaid Court for said eraaltora to praeenl thetr eiaima to us for eismlnS' tlon and Hllowaure. Kuleil nt Waterhurv. this l"th ilay of Angnat, A. I. KKBNHrs'E8Mn ! "' MAKTIIA AN'N STKKI.K'S BSTATE. BTATE OF VERMONT, Wathlnjrtoa Hlathet, . lu probate Conrt, beld t Bontpellerj ni istd Dia- trli t.onthe Isthilayof SUftUt, A U. UNl Wllllam I). MeKlroy. Exeeutor of tlie laat WIII and TeaUunent of Martllil Ann Steele, late of Mlililleaex lu B.il.l lllatriet.ilee.'Haeil. ire'iit lila inllnl lilatratlou uaount for assmlnatlon and allowmoa and m&Sai nnllcation for a deerra of dutrlbutton, and imr tfttou or the eatate of aaui deeeaaad. wherenpon. It la ordereit hy aalil t'ourt that aalil arrouut aml aald HMiiiii'atiou he referred to a iMalon tnereor.tope baid at the Probata Offloe, in iaid KontpaUar, on the Jtndar of Baptemberi . laso, for baannsand da claluu tliereoli: Aiol.lt la further onlereit. that no tlon hereof he ntven to all peraona iutereateil liy iiublh'atloii of the aame three weeka auceesaively m the Vrrmout MwcAmM .1' BMt .'vurmtl, n nSWapSMI oubitaheii at Montpener, prarloua to aald time ap pelnted for haarlas, that they may sppeai at aald time aiol plAGa, and ihoW esuae.ll any they mar liave. why aalil aeeount aholihl not he alloweil aud ueh deeree made. liy the Court. Atteat, lllltAM CAltl.KTON, .liulge. One lot Suiting" Flannel, 36-inoh, only 20 cents a yard, at WEBSTER'S Batiste Cloths, (.) 1-2 eents. Colored Mitts and Gloves, 18 cents; formerly 25 and 130 cts. Look at our $10.50 Decorated Dinner Set, 112 pieces. One lot Children's Summer Hndervests, 15 cents each. H, C. WEBSTER & CO, 18 State Street, - - Montpelier, Yt.