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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 185)2. Humiunry of News. Vermont. Thomas Hakkh of Essex lms been nent to Htatr priHon ftr two yearn for pprjury. Tiib OOndtmOSd liiKliway bridfce at lliirt ford in to be nplaoad bj an IfOHOM Hl foet lonn. Thi hoaia of MlotaMl Kalesar in at. Al- fcans WM tntally daitroyed by llra last woek ThuTHiluy ninlit.. EnniK, tlii' twnhfl-year-olil Kiin of JoMpb Amrael of Northfield, had one foot ortuhad bv thl OMI last, wenk. Thomas QoODHTJI of Winooski lias Rone lOthstlOUMOf OOfNtction for two lnotitlis for slcitliiiK WOodi Fhank PMITOM of Waltliam was rcccnlly terrlbly Injured by il.vlng pleces of a ilia ruptril olroulftf saw. Hkv. J. W. 1'khby in to opon bis aiiminnr camp ami tohool on Qrand Islwnl, In Lake Champlain, on jooe '21. Joi St. John of St. Albans bas tmen sent to tlie hoitst" of i-orreotion for tliree BIOBthl from Vergennes for petlt larceny. Mks. Havis of Bolton was rery loriouily injured, last week, by lieinjj tlirown from a earriatze wliile driving in Unilerliill. Juixir Kmas B. Hi'rton, liorn in Rupert in lHltl, ami slnre lM.'l a pruininnnt lawyer In Manchester, dlad Ust, week Tlnirsday. Gkorok li. Silliman of Rutland is one of the newly-elected rico-prMidenta of the United Slates Coinmercial Travelern' Associ Btion. Thk Central Vermont baH leased, and is to operate, the new Ailirotnlaek railroad in New York reiently biiilt by Dr. W. Seward Webb. John J. Simonds, a prominont attorney at White Rlver Junction, was found dead in his oflice, last week Tuesday, froin apo plexy. Thomas Hakkr of Essex Junction bas gone to the state prison for two years for perjury in connection witb a liipior prose cution. Coi'PKR ore aNsaying lifteen per cent bas been dilCOVered in what are believed to be paying qiuntities uu tbe farui of L. A. Irish in Westford. Thk interest on the Huntington sebool fund the past year was $13,067 and tlie various towus have been forwarded their respective sbares. Mhs. Harrikt Taylor, a widow, was fonnd dead, witb lier neck liroken, in lier barn at Middletown BprlngSlMt week. She hail apparentlv fallen and bail been ileail some twetity-four liours. Thk Morning Call Publllhlng Company of Rutland now oonsliti solely of T. F, Martin, be haviug ptirebased tbe interest of H. C. Sweney, bispartner. In tbe rase of Hosk i nson v. Central Ver mont railroad, tried in Kntlanil eounty court, plaintiff was awarded 98,268, Sparks from a looomotlve burned bis farni bnild lngs near Summtt station. Haxtkr Brothbrs, corn canners, frotn Maine, liave arranged tostart their btuinata at Westminster, and propose to put np LiM), 0(10 oani of eorn eaeb season. Hon. Gkorok K. Dai.k of Island Pond says in an open letter tbat he is not, aud hai never thoiiKiit of being, an aspirant for tbe plaee of Congressman Grout, John HvjRLEY and an unknown German, employes in tbe woolen mill at Heuning ton, were fatally injured, oneday last week, at tbe alevator sbaft in tbe mill. Ukv. d. Sa(!k Mai kay, Congregatlonal pastor at St. Albans, has, witb bis family, gone to Seotland, bis natire couutry, iu tending to be abseut three montbs. Two freight trains on the Canadian Paoiflc railway tndulged in a rear-end eollillon, Thoriaay night, at Riohford, wrecking a looomotlve and several cars. Tbe tireman was ihe only persou burt, aud hifl injuries were not serious. Com.mandkr Hrnry of tbe Vermont Grand Army of the Republic bas been of fered by Senator Proctor tbe use of his resi denoe in WasbiiiKton for bimself and staff dnring tbe eoming uational encampment in Washington, Eli.kn Madon was last week arresteil on a charge of swindling merebants in St. Johnsbury. During tbe past year she bas Bucceeded in gettiug goods of more or less value from nearly all the merohanU in Swanton. Her husband furnislied bail ln $:t00. Dowesttc. N'kw Orlkans bad a 9200,000 iire last Sun day morning, Thk tirst tloor of Clark's hotel in BoBtOU wia burned out last Wednesday morning. E. W. Perry, a guest, was probably fatally hurt. Mkktinos of colored oltlceni to dencunce the lyncbing outrages that bave lately 00 curred in the South are reported from va rious parts of the country. A pkcl'liar deatb was that wbiih over took HHrmau Largeman in Jersey Ci'y last week. Pleased at a funny story whicb a friend was relating, he laughed bimself to death. Thk United States Ituhhc r Company was organized at New Hrunswiek, N. J., iast week, witb a eapital of .r)ll,(KX),(KI0. It will he tbe biggest company of its kind in tbe world. Four men beld up a train on the Georgia Paeitie near Anniston last Wednesday night. Tbe New Vork registered mail as taken, but the passengers were not dis turbed. Thk greatest; spring lloods in teu years have been prevailing in eastern Montana and nortbern Dakota. Bridgei bave been wasbed away and trains bloc ked in every dlreotlon, A horriiii i afTair took place at Mereditb, N. H., last Monday afternoou, wben George E. Wiggiu murdered bis wife witb a knife at tbe railroad -station, in the presence of a numbi r of people. Joskph I.ytlk of Findlay, Ohto, last week Wednesday attaikeil liis divorced wife aud two daugbters witb a natobet and butoher-knife, aud InfliOted dangerous in juries, doubtless fatal. That nignt be was taken from tbe jail and hanged by a mob of about 1,(KK) men, said to bave eomprised some of tbe best citi.ens. Lytle died " game." Thk new grand jury at New York bas brOUght in a presentnient whlob is a vindi oatlon o( Or, Parkburit'i ohargei aitothe oorrnpt Ineffioleuoy of tbe Tatnmany-ruled polloe. Dr. Parkburst bas done New York a big serviee by bis OOUrageoUfl assaultM on tbe tiger, and be is inaterially aHllted by tbe pieeenl grand jury, whicb is not easily frlgntenedi .1 amks ('. Taylor of Taylorsville, ("al., is iu jail iu New York eity, obarged witb being the unhappy poweaaor of sixty-one wlves, He inaintains a ebeerful plrit, and re marked, aftec being interviewod by a uewspaper man : " If auy moru of tbein wives eome to town, seud 'etn around I'll begladto see 'em, Taylor bas only one arm, but liu makes up tbe deticieucy in nerolam. Atkrrii ic storm passed over t'bieago, last week Tbursilay, wrerking bulldlngt and proitratlng telegrapb wirea, A ieven story building I'ollapsed like an egg-sbell, and went down witb tbewreckof surround- iug frame dwelltngi, kiiiing elgbl persons ami tnjuring a doaen otbert. Towamla, iu westei n Kaneaa, was ooupletely deetroyed, witb four persons killed and sixteen WOUnded. Augusta wasgreally dauiageil; tive killed aud lifteen woiiuded. BoUtb WeetefO Kausas was visited by u terrilir tornado. Tbe storm lirst struck Kiawa, lumped tO New llaven, ami bombariled Seilgwiek oounty, From all parls of Ne braska aud poiutl iu lowa come reports of deatb aud ruin, Wai.t Whitman was borled last Wednes day at bis late home iu t'amden, N. J. Tbe Hervir.es were bebl iu a tent erei teil in a bollow of Ilarleigb eemetery. Iu tliis tbe oak rasket was plared, (overed witli tlowers aud surrouuded by growiug palius. Close hy was tbe grauite tomb srooped iu a blll Hide wbiob tbe ageil poet bimself desigued. Thousands of people were present. Oolonel Itobert G. Ingersoll delivered a glowlng eulosy. He said tbat " Wbitman bas ut tered more supreme words tban auy writer of our rentury, and posslbly of alinost any other. He was. above all tbings, a man. And above genius, above all tbe snow Capped peaks of intelllgence, above all of art, rlses tbe trne man greater tban all. He WM a tme man, and be walked atnong bis fellow-men as mob," Ai.my, the Niw Hampshire murdenr, is still in prison under sentence of death, but be is lometblng of a white elephant, Almy was not trled by a jury. He pleaded gullty to an Indlotment obarglng blm witb murder, and tbfl OOUrt, in ari'ordanre with tbe la.v of tbe state wbirh derlares tbat " if any persou sball plead guilty to an indlrtment for murder, tbe court, baving rognizanre of tbe otTense sball determine tbe ilegree," adjudged blm to be guilty of murder in tbe tirst degree and sentenred blm to be banged. Tbere is little dotibt tbat tbe sentonre was lllegal, for Almy was not present wben tbe rourt flxed tbe degree of bis guilt and de termined bis punisbment. Almy, tboiigb a ronfessed tuiirderer, may not be banged unless be sball bn resenteneed. But it is qtteBtloned whetbei be may be legally re senteneed, and if be may not be resenteneed be is entltled to go at largn. Senator Oband ler of tbe Concord Uonitnr is now urging tbat Almy be taken Into rourt at onre and be agaln sentenred to be banged. He pre dlotl tbat if tbll is not ipeedily done the su preme rourt of the United States will set Almy free. ForelKii. Vksuvii'9 is getting ready for an erup tlon. I ikkminci, tbe perpetrator of tbe murders in Ralnhill, London. will plead Insantty. Of course. Dispatrbes from Melbourne how that Deeming probably Gommltted a murder in South Africa. At tbe last Pbilbarraonio ronrert in Ber lin Dr. Von Bulow, tbe ronductor, spoke of " the true bero, tbe brigbt ilay-star of Ger inany, tbe Beetboven of polltlos, Prinre Bismarok." His remarkl were received witb a storm of bisses and rlieers. Thk. Seotland Yard autborities received word from Paris, last week Wednesday, tbat tbe forty anarebists expelled from Franre were nearly all making for London. Tbe Englisb autborities bave determlned on asjstem of registration for foreign resi denis. Tbat country and Switzerland are tbe only safe refuges in Europe for the red shirters. Count Fkrdinand Dk Lesskps, the great Frenob engineer, is rbarged by tbe courts of Franre witb swindling anil hreauh of trust, Tbe alleged swimlle orrurred in tbe deal through Wbiob l)e Lesseps and tlie Othet trustees of the Universal Interoceanir Panama Canal Company obtained control of tbe Panama Kailroad Compauy, more tban ten years ago. Thk revolution in Venezuela bas assumed large proportions. A baltle was fouglit near Caracas between President I'alario's troops and tbe insurgents under General .foatjuiu Orespo, and lasted tliree hours. Tbe rebels were defeated. Volunteers are saiil to be florking from all direetions to the aid of the iusurgeuts. Palario is very uu popular, and but for fear of bis severity tbere would probably be an uprisiug in Caracas at once. Thk presence of batlooni over the forts and encampmenta in Polaud is beroming more and more frequeut, and this fart is oauilng much Indignatlon among armyof licers, who are unable to prevent military lecreti from becoming known to the Ger- mau otlicers, who are taking observations from a lieight that places tbein beyonil tbe reach of bullets. Tbe impression grows strouger daily that the Germaus have at last lolved the problem of aerial uavigatiun. The balloons tbat bave aipeared over vari ous places in Pulauil are under perfect con trol. Some of the balloons that appeared were tltted with electric search-lights. Mandalay, the oapltal of Burmah, India, was burned last week. The Burmese eapi tal is literally swept out of existence, aud the Hoyal Palare, whicb witnessed Thebaw's slaughter of bis royal bnndred, and whicb, sinee the depositiou of that inonster, bas been tbe headquarterfl of Britisb adminis tration at Manilalay, is destroyed, with all its relics of when Burmah was an empire. The palace was of wood, anil, along with otber bulldingi oonneoted witb the court, was surrouuded by a wooden stockade, making tbe royal abode a separate city. ln one of these buildings the female rela tives of Thebaw were straugled, wliile tbe princei were put to deatb iu tbe court-yard. Late dispatchea say that Hoorea of lives have been lost, but tbat on acoount of the cou fusion uo accurate oomputatlon of tbe nuru ber is possible. Tbere was a great firo at Bangoou on the followiug night. Tbe Englisb reiidenta believe that both tires were iu eeudiary, Anothbr explosion of dynamite affrigbted Paris last week Tuesday. This time it was tbe building of tbe Credit Lyounaise, one of tbe largeet banking institutions of tbe city. Tbe impression took hold of Paris that tbe eity was on tbe vorge of a reigu of terror. Two persons suspected were ar rested. At a bouse ou tbe Boulevard Magenta a man was seen throwlng a lighted object into a corridor. A spectator qnickly stamped out witb bis foot what tumed out to beabnruing fuse, and dis oovered a tnbe of eigbt oeuti.metres iu leugth, witb a long fuse, whicb bad Juit been lighted. Kavacbol, the notorious leader of tbe auarcbists, was arrested on Wednesday in a cafe. When he and the otlicers grap- rled fearful oaths bllied through bis teetb, le tried to bite the hands that beld bim, aud showed almost superbuman strength. Later it was discovered tbat Kavacbol was a desperate crimiual who bail comniiited one or more mnrders. A searcb of his lodgings has brought to light a quantity of material for the mauufacture of bombs. Tbe alarm in Paris is deepened by tbe uiys tery surroundiug tbe organization, metbods and purposes of the authors of the explo sions, as tbere is a diversity of social posi tiou cbaracterizing tbe occupants of tbe bouses singleil out for attaek. At what class of society are the attaeks directed? Says the Ntic York- 8un : " It cauuot be dis puted tbat tbe facts warrant a feeling of ex treme uneasiness, if not of trepidation. They seem to sbow that tbe avowed ene mies of soeieU , as it is at present eonsti tuted, Inolude chemists anil skilled labor atory workuien, and thus have at their dis posal some of the most dangerous explo- ilvefl known to ictenoe, it is lurmlied that one of the bombs uaed was oharged witli meliuite, and it is cousidered almost oertaln tbat auotber I'ontained pierate, whieh bas eigbt or teu times the shattering forre of dynamite. Wbo OU say that the anarebists may not have suceeeded in making still more formidable cuiupounds whose foriuu las are not uukuowii to rhemists, but whiob bave not hitherto been manufaotured, owing to tbe ditlieulty of assuring safety to tbe prooeia? Tbe faoti alto aeem to juatlfy the iufereure that the authors of these uiitrai:e.s are so orguuized as to miuimiM tbe risk of deteotlon, lt is poaalble tbat tbey are dU tributed, as tbe Hussian nibilists are now said t.o be, iu sinall groups, eaeb coutaining only four or tive memben, and tbe meiubers of any one group knowiug none of the members of any otber, except tliat tbe leader of eaeb gronp knowa the leaden of two other groups, from one of wbnm he takes orderi, wnlle to tbe other be trans- mits thern, Under inobaiyetem Itmigbt be difSoulti if not impruetieahle, to break up an organization by Indlvldual arreetl, At all evcnts, the Paris police have as yet proved Inoontpetenl to obeok the new oain paign of terror. That, rtgbtly or wrotigly, tbe autborities eonsider tbe situation very serious, is manifest froin tbe bill IntrodUOOQ IntO tbe i hainber of deputies to ntake tbe llring of exploelvee in a dwelling-bousu, even wbere mi loss of life eusues, an offouee punlahabla by iieath." " I kkki. it tny duty to say a few words in regard to Ely's Creum Balm, aud I do so entirely without Bolioltatlon, 1 have uswl it more or less half a year, anil have fouml it to be inost admirable. I have sulTered from i atarrh of tlie worst kluil ever sinve I was a little boy and I never boped for OUre, but Cream Balm seems to do even tbat. Many of my acquainlanauees havu used It witb excelleut results." Oscar Ot trum, 43 Wurren Aventte, Vhicaijo, Jil. CoosTiNrxn tnou ripTii rAim P. Howard was taken suildenly slrk, last week Wednesdav. wbile working for G. W. Dlmtntok, W. W. Phoades has gone to Proctorsville to work at the caTpenter'l trade. WllllarriBtown. Mrs. Daniel Bean died of cancer on Tues day morning. Miss Blla Benedlotli at home from Bur lington for a few Weekt' stay. Mrs. Luther Davis of Waterbury Is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. John DufTus. A son was lately born to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Flint, now of New Jersey. RLait week witnesseil tbe retiirn bere of robins and other featbered sotigsters, Mr. and Mrs. James M Beekett returned Thiirsday from a wlnter in Washington, D. c. Tbere has been qulte. a number of i'ases of searlet fever iu town of late, but of milil form, Ollvor S. Walker was tlirown from his wagon anil bruised somewhat severely ahout tbe head. Bert Simons, son of LttOini S. Simons, and now a dealer iu Providem e, K. I., was marrled last week. For the tirst time in years C. V. Ijathrop has been kapt in bed for days by illness. But " grip " did it. I.eslie Crane, now of Proctor, a son of George Crane, and Miss Nina Partridge, for merly of Braintree, were married last week Tuesday. Mrs. Eldon A. Earle has rerently gotten up from a run of rheiimatic fever. This was preoeded by typboid fever some time last year. Will O. Martin, son of Ophlr S. Martin, has embarked in husincss for bimself in Boston. We trust tbat ahility and honesty will bringeuooesi to bim. The " low mUtterlngf " reach us of a com ing dema'id for bigger pay by granite-cut-ters elsewbere to be enforeed. if neecl be, by a strike. It is like living in a land of earthiiuakes anil volcanoes. Tbe recent village school-meeting was at tende.d by only about one in ten of the votcrs in tbe district, and the meetlng ad Journed till next, Saturday evening. Pro vision must be made for furtber aei'ommoda tiou iu tbe way of room for the scholars. It was an entirely new experience iu tbe life of a little live-year-old girl of our vil lage. She bad never witnessed a Weddlng, ami bad not bad au Inkliug of the oODting marriage the tirst iu the family of one of her sisters Utttll tbe eveof tbe event. After the ooncluslon of the oeramony and the oongratulatory haud-shaking, tbe ofHclatlng mtnlster took the little Miss on te bis lap anil asked her what sbe tbought of the af fair. .She will doubtless hardly ever in her life take a "cheaper" view of auything tban she did tben, as she replied, " 1 think it is a pitty silly performance." Some one reealls a remark of tbe witty wife of one of our fanners of some years ago. It may be worth repeating for a'prin eiple it oontalni tbat has a much wider ap pllcatlon tban simply to tbe case in hand. One of the products of her busband's farm was honey, and this boiisewife stongly sus pected its nower to attract the lovers of " loaves anil Hsbes " to her hoiue as visitors. They wbo knew her could easily imagine the smile on her lips aud the tire in her blaek eyes as sbe divulged this governing prinriple of rondurt: " If people come to see me, they gel hnmy; if they come to yet honty, they see tnc' " Tbe followiug veritable experience of a Vermont acquaintance bas an amuting side, to say the least. It was in tbe beautiful city of Oakland, Cal. Whatever the new and startling sensations of this acquaint ance on goiug tbere for a temporarv stay, one tbere was that was uovel iu tbe ex treme and iinaccouutable. For a time it was borue in silenoe, and alone, and, very possibly, with a feeling akin to shaine, till at last it became insupiortable. Being of a physical nature, recourse was had to a physieiau. He llatened patiently to a re eital of the case and jiimped (iiiirkly to this dlagnoiia: " Ftea$, Mien Blankl" In any other plaoe than a physieian's otlico Miss Blank would have thought Hhe was " tleas-ed " again, as she was called upon to pay a cousultation fee of S0. At present a reefdeat of California and distant some seven miles from a towu, she is oharged 920 a visit for medical attendance. If all this were a fair type of Californian experience, OUgbt not tbe state seal to be a " blood sucker?" Worcester. It. K. Batchelder recently sustained in juries by falling from a load of hay. At the anuual meeting of district No. 1 it was voted to build a new school-house. The tuneral of Eri Oaviaon was beld at his late resideuce on the 2oth ult., Rev. M. H. Kyau offlolating. White Rlver Junction. It is finally settled that another hotel is to be opened here very soon in tbe Gates block. It will be run by William H. Witt, lately of Newport, wbere he has shown tbat he "kuows how to run a hotel." Three or four of the new stores in the block whicb bave not found tenants will be converted into ollice, dining-roum, sample-room, etc, ou the Hrst tloor, and couuected with twenty-tive rooius and tbe magniflrent hall above. An annex will be biiilt if fouud necessary. West Wludsor. Sugar-makera have been quite busy tbe past week. Mr. Gibson's oldest son, while splittiug wood, cut his foot. It is feared that it will lame him for life. B. B. Kicb also met with a similar misfortune. Mr. aud Mrs. Whitcomb of Cbicago are visiting relatives in town. Miss Mary Silver of Worcester, Mass., isather fatber's for a few days. They are the best and purest medlcine ever made." QhaiUt Kinu, Itf) Tv.mple Strcet, Btt ton, M'm.i. nsmtSB llotwes. Khkumatism is quickly cured by usiug Arnica and Oil Liuiment. Couuhinu leads to consumptiou. Keuip's Balsam will stop tbe cougb at ouce. I.ank's Kamii.y Mkdiuink moves the bow els every day. Most people need to use it. Dkan's Khkumatic Pills absolutely eure rheumatism aud ueuralgia. Entirely vege table. Safe. Thk Anierican eagle must be a gay old bird be is bald. If you don't want to be bald, use HaH's Hair Keuewer, aud you won't be. Tiy it. Whkn you are troubled with ilizziness, your appetite all gone and you feel bad gen erally, take a few doses ol Dr. Henry Bax ter's Maudruke Bitters, and you will be stirprised at the imroveineut iu your feel ings. Every bottle warranted to give satis- faotion, If your eough keeps you awake and rest less at night, take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ami obtaln Intmedlate relief, This remedy allajl intlanimatiou, heals tbe pulmouary orgaus, indures slee and rustores bealtb. The soouer you begiu the better. Many new ideas iu tbe home cure of dis eases, arcideuts and how to treat them, aud many blntS of value to the sirk, will be found in Dr. Kaiifiuaun's great Medical Workj elegant illustrations. Seud three two cent stamps to A. P. Ordway & Co., Boston, Mass., and reueive a ropy free, " I i i me sbow you what a saviug I have made during tbe last year by being my owu tloclor. East year 1 paid out for doo- tori and their medieine; this year I paid 8S.0O for six bottles of Sulpbur hitters, aud tbey have kept health iu my whole family. " Grnti.k Sprino " loses many of Its ter rors when tbe system is fofttled liy the use of Ayer's Sarsparllla. With multllndM this wonderful tonie-alterative bas long su perseded all other spring medlclnes, lielng everywhere recoininendigl by physieians. When Haby wu slck, we gavo her Castoria. When she was a Chlld, she erled for tlontorla. When she became Miss, she clting to tnstorla. When she hod Chlldren, she gave them Castoria. arkets. Impnre Ureuth. Among all the disagreeable eonsequences tbat follow tbedeoay of the teetb an iinpure breatb must be the most mortifying and ttn pleasant to its possessor, and it is tbe most inexrusable and ofTenslve in society; and yet tbe cause of it may yet he easily rettlOVed bv rleansing your teeth dailv with that jiwt v popular dentlfrtoe, fragrant SOZODON'T. It purifies and sweetens the breatb, rjooll and refresbes tbe mouth, and gives a pearl like appearanee to tbe teetb. Oentlemen who indulge in smoking should rleanse their teeth with SOZODONT, as it removes all unpleasant odors of the weed. Ask your druggist for it. Chamhorlaln's Eyc nud Skin OlntniPitt. A certain cure for ebronlc sore eyeH. tet ter, salt-rbenm, seald head, old cbronir sores, fever sores, eczema, Itch, prairie srratches, sore nipples and piles. It in cool ing and soothing. Hundreds of oases have been eured by it after all otber treattnont had fatled. It is put up in twentv-five anr" flfty cent boxes. For sale by C. Blakely. For Ovor Kifty Years. An Old and Wkll-Trikd Hkm kdy. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over flfty years bv milUons ol motbers for their chlldren wliile teethlng, with perfect success. It soothes tbe chlld, loftenj tbe gums, allays all pain, cure." wind colic, and is the best remedy for dlarrhoBa. Is pleasant to the taste. Sohl by druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-tive cents a bottle, Its value is In ealculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. Roxton I'roduec. Monday, April 4, ls;rj. The quotations given below represenl prlceS obtained by reeeivers for ttholttaU loti (not Jobbitlff pricit) and are iuteiuled to represent artual sales: BCTTKR. Crpfunnry, Norttiern, eitra, Tfi Ih l rfiiMifry. Nnrtht'rn. extra firsts, 1M Ih Onaratry, sstern, extrs, v ft Cresraery, weitern, extrs timtn, v ft Cresmnry, tlrntn. 't tt Mnlry. VI hihI S . extrH tlrnta. V ft Ilnlrjr. Vt. Hlid N. V., tlmtn. II It. llBlry, Vt. i N. Y low nrndeii, Kl It, t'HRKSR. Vermont, oxtrs, i Vermont, urnu, 111 th Vermniit, seromjs. TH fh SsgB, rf, I'srt HKllnR, fl lt New Yurk, extru, Tlt tt, New York, llrt. Iti New York; necomlH, II Th 11 It J8 m n ,. . 9 n ,. 25 2H .. w iw n IS i 25 17 IS II ; I2X ,. II f 1I)J S 10 .. 13 B I3H D w H . vba iim .. 11 I1H f IfM ,. .. e N's U & U'i Vermont anil N. H-, extrs, H loh.. KHHtern, extrn, Ifl dm Wettern, cholre, ft dos BRANS, MrillumB. nliiilce hmirl-plcked, f bmh.. MeJlilllln, rreeneil, iHinh 1 50 Medlunifi, neeontla, Ifl bunh 1 20 I'es, York Strtte, limrrow h. p., busli. . 1 7.1 I'eu, Rcreened.nnifih 1 MI I'ea, leconds, Dl btinti 1 20 POTATOBS. Bonlfton Rorp tlmilton HoltreliA Vt. snd N. II. Itoip 40 Vt. imd N. II. Hebrofl iind flurbunk 40 POULTRY. ('hlckens, cholre. V lb ... 20 & 2t Cblrkens, i'oiihihhi to Rfiod 14 fft Is FowM, extrs BhOiOS 1 $ 10 HAY AND STRAW. iiity. Battern nuior, it ton i nowiii .10 Iliiy. tlne, f I ton 1:1 00(14 00 llsy, i lover Hiid dover mlxed, Ifi ton... 18 IHWIS ip Hhv. onliiiHrv. II ton 14 IKKal.'i 011 s nuvi M m 70 1 40 I so n 7" .7 1 IU h .",0 l.'l WXA13 .10 8 .lor s on Hay, poor to common, II ton.. nny, Rwnie, fl ton Mtrnw, rye.Kond to prltue.t ton BttilWi out, 1 lon RKMARKS. Buttrr. Tbe market has been very quiet, with prices about as last quoted. Re eeivers tiud itditlicult placing consigninuuts promptly on arrival. Chkrbk. Trade rontinues light. No ohaiige.s are reported in tbe general roudi tion of the market. Eoos. Beceipts have been light for tbe past few days and tbe market has shown a iirmer tendency. Potatoks. Tbere is a large supply at hand. Only a very moderate business do- lng. Jtfacrtisenunts. THE BOSTON DERBY ! 75 Main Street. T. S. BROHPY & CO. Announcement of Spring Novelties ! We are now showing ;i line variety of pattenis in Dioss Goods and Wash Goods at prices that are sure to sell. Why we are able to give such splendid value in all lines ol' Dry Goods is the fact that our business rests on a cash basis, and we believe in small profits and quick returns. Since our oiiening, last week, we have added more new goods to our stock, viz., NKW UKLTS, NEW DKKSS SILKS, NKW GIBDLBS, NKW PltlNTS, NKW KAN8, NKW PARASOLS, &c, &c. We have also a line range of Ladies' Wrapjiers, Ladies' Cotton Underwear and Hosiery, c, &c, all the latest Trimuiings in all shades and prioes. Our stoek is now complete in all lines. Successors to 11. 0. Webster & Co., No. 18 State St., Montpelier, Vt. In riHliif)'liI, Atirll I, lOfl to Mr. ittul Mm. Hoojnrntn. FINE TAILOR-MADE Spring and Summer Clothing. Our growing trade has foreed us to seek more coirimodious (juarters. Our orders were plaoed early in February with the manufaoturers, and our Spring and Sunnner Goods have arrived. For the next thirty days, to save thetrouble of nioving them, we will give you the greatest opportunity to purchase Fine Cloth ing for a little nioney, ever oll'ered to the people of Montpelier and surroundiug towni. Afew of the many bargains tobe had are EASTER Sl'RING OVKRCOATS. To-day we inauguiate the season by oll'ering 100 of these indispensable garments al only $0.50. We also want to call attention to tlie following Bpeoial offer of Over ooats, manufaotured from all the fashionable drab shades in Lon don Tweeds and Covert Cloths, Diagonals, ete. etc. We propoie to give the public their ehoice of them at only .$12.50. CHEVIOT BUITS. There has been no fabrio so popular for many years as Cheviots.1 This season they will be the leading fanoy of the masses, and to-day we oflferthem at $12.50. MEN'S SUITS. Numerous styles, medium-weight, somewhat broken in si.es separately but when ooinbined, all sizes; 34 to 42. Our usual price $15. now only $10 Beoause we have not spoken of flner-grade Overooats don't think we haven't them. We have the linest goods manufaotured. LN BOYS AND CHILDRBN'S BUITS we are showing some great bargains. They will dress tlie youngsters of Montpelier and vioinity neatly; don't mind the nard knooks or Bhow them either. Long and short I'ants Suits. ete., a wholesale stook of them. We propose to make this a sale long to be renieinbeied in Montpelier, and you should be on hand as oarly as possible to seoure flrsl ohoioe of the hundreds of bargains that will be oftered in this store until remoal. BERNARD CREENWOOD, Opposite Post-Office, - - - Montpelier, Vt. ln OhslMa. Msrrli hf liev. II. K. BowsMI. LSMSI (). llHrllHK t r.rrlc Al. Mlnck. I,th of Wnh lliKlon. ln PlttSflStd. Msrrh tt, liv Hov. S. .'. Vall. borSfl K. I.Hinlt ,.f I'itnlli.ld t,, flHttle I.. W hln i.inl, ot tookbnags. ln r.i Msm., Murcli .". st thn renlitfiicc of V. .1. PsrtrlilKe. M. I).. I.e.lle l rane of Proctor to Mrm M.I'nrtrlilKe of Itriiuk tl.-ld. fltatos. In WorMltar. MroJi ti, (f the nrin hikI ijiiu nnnlfi, Kri hitvlBon,72. In biirrc. Huehlt, Mrs. Ktnlly i MKxtmni) Modfttti 4f yenrn himI 10 inoiithfi. In Ptlt&ftintVllIt, M Hrrh of CBiirer, Mrn. Jnt ub I'litiifitn, yj yt'Hrs ttiifl 7 miintlin. In M h'Im . k Ki'b. I'U, ftfter nn lllnem of two wpekn, lonne W.. mm of A. L. Kihmikt 01 I'm n, DOQ. Pinn.i ADd KrHndHon ofthe iHtH II. s Siiinuer of Knnt I'hIhIb, Vt. ( 91 yenrn, I iiioiitlm hiuI lltuyt, In ('Htnpton Vlltagti N. II.. Mnrcli 17, DtA. K H. Hodwdon,H4. He whh h nwtivo of Llmerlck, Mnliie. For moro tlian twenty yfars he servi'd the Conre- f:Htlonn cluirfh ln Camptoo, N U,U djMOpn. He I'ltvcn h dKUhter, the wife of Kev. L, II. KUlot of W'Hterbury, Vt. Iibbtrttsrmtnts SCRATCHED 28 YEARS A Sraly, Itchtng. Skln Dlseaso with Kndlesn SufTerlnff Cured by Cuttoura Remcdtes. If I had known of the (.Vticxra UKMEnifis twcnty-ciKht yt'urn oro, it would Imvo mived nio J'Xi.'M) and nn InimciiHo nmount ci nuffcrlnu. My diMcano (pnoriaaln) commeuced cn mv htM in pot notiarjer than acont. It Bpread rapidlv all ovor mybooy.anu Rt nndi r my nails. Tho ecalcn wmild drop off of mo all thn Umef nnd my Piifferlnif wiw MMteMi nnd vithr)iit relief. Ono thui MUld dr)llarrt would not tnnpt mo to havo this dineate over galn I ani a poor man, hut fecl rlrh in b6 relloved nf what eomo of the doctors aaid waa leprony, (ome rinKworm, pno- A riai-lH, cti-. 1 rimnnl tir:n-o iV ATSK 9 tho OOTICITIU Kkmkdiks too zf XO?wvrr muoh. They havo made my pkln nn clear nnd freo frotn Hoalun nn a hohyV. All I QHrt) of them waa worth. If ym had been hero and caicl you would have eured me for ,Ji"UOf you would havo had the money. I looked like tho ptcture (Xo. paije 47) in your hook, " How to i'uro Hk'm DIneaHeH,' hut now I am aB clear M any peraon ever waH. Through foreo of habit I ruh my hando over my arm and legs to pcratih onre ln a whlle, hut to uo purpoHe. I am nll well, I weratched twenty-elght years, and it jjot to he i kind of seeond nature to me. I thuuk you u thou suiid tlmetn. DENXIrf DOWNIXa, "Waterbury, Vt. PIM Cuticura Resolvent The new Blood and Kktn Purifier, Internally (to eteannu the blood of all impuritlca and poittonous elementl) and CUTICUMA, the reat Skin ( 'ure, and (.'UTICUBA 8oap, an exquinlto Hkiu lieautitu r, externally (to clear tho nkin and Bcaln, and rcfitoro the hair), inntantly relievo and npeedtly cure every f.r ii-rt of itchiritf, barnlng, pealy, orneted, pimply, ciTofulous, and hereditary dineaiies and humorn of the pkin, Bcalp, and blood, with losn of hair, frum iufuney to agc, from pimplert to scrofulu. Bold everywhere. l'rice, Ct-'TirunA, .r)0c; Soat, 2'c.; Resolvent, $1. Prcpared by the PoTTEB Dituo Atn CHIMICAL roiti'oHATioN, IJoston. flend for " How to Curo tkin lineaiet," 54 pageH, 50 llliirttratlonn, and 100 teHtimonialn. PLES.hlack-heads, red, roiiu'h, ehappod, and oily nkiu cured hy Cutri'ua Koap. ACHING SIDE8 AND BACK, Hlp. kidney, and uterine paitm and weakmfiei rellevcd in one mlnitto bv the Ontlenra AnH-PAln iMfi r. 'i'hu Urat aud only puln-kilUug plubUr. ROOFINC OUM-BLASTIG ROOFING KK!,T ennts only 92.00 per 100 iquare f eet. Makeaagood root for j earij and any one oan nnt it on. (il M KLAS TIC I'AIST costa onlv tin cents per gal. in Ithl. lots. or P4.SH fur 0gal. tntm. Color fark reil. Will (ttup leakn in tin or irou roofa that will last for yearn. Try It- Send ntainp for sainples anil full partieulars. CfUM BLA8T10 ROOFING Cn.. 314 41 Vkt Hkoadwav, New Vokk, Local AirentK Wunted. Articles of Association of TB1 VERMONT QUARRY COMPANY We.the Ubeortbers. bereby asrisoeiute ourelves toether at a corporation, umler tbe lw of the State ot Vermont W he known as the VKKMoNT tjl' AKlt Y COMPANY, for tbe purpoae of bnyiiig and sellinn tjuarry property in I he Statr nf erIllllUt, deYeloplnjc and workutg the iame and dealing n rough nranite ami stone, with prinetpal offlee at Montpelier, in the i ouniv of Washington, in said Htate, with a eapital ntoek of tSI.VU0U.iNi) Ptfteen Thousand tlollars. divided into One Huudred and Kifty Mhares of One Ituiulred dollarH eah. Dated at Montpelier, iu tlie Tomity of Washing ton, in 8aid State, this 1-itU day of Peecmher, A. I. 11. K. ('. ItOWKKS, W M. M, ( OKNKR. V. L, EATONj PRED E. BMITH, BTKPHKN MASLIN. STATK 07 VERMONT, ) OKFICE Of THE SEt'UETAKV 1K STATE. I hereby certify tbat the fortKoinn H a true etipy of reeord of Artteles tf Assoeiation of tlie Vtill MONT QUARRY COMPANYi as appears hy tbe Blei and reeurds nf tliis offlee, Wltnesi my slgnature and the leal of tblt offlee, at Montpelier, this :ilst day of Mareh, mietbousand eiKht huudred aud niuety Iwo, OHAUNCEY W. BROWNELL, JR Secretarp uf Htaie. STcgal iloticcs. WALTKKA. JONEK' ESTAT E. i OM MISBIONERS' NOT1CE, Tbe underHiKlied, baving heeii appolnted by e Bonorable PrpMte uonrl for the DUtnot of WasniuK- toii, i-i i -t tp rereive, examlue aud aitjust all elainis and deiuaiuts nf ull pei'sons agalunt tbe ea tate of Walter A. .Kuies, late or W aitstielit, iu said dUtrlet, deeeased. auu all elaluiH exblbited ln otl&et theretn, hereby give uottee tbat we wtll meei fir ibe purposes aforesaid at tbe lweillng-bouse of Mrs. Kl vtra II. JonMi on the ititb tlay of May aiut loth day of Sentember next, from one o'eloek p, M . until four o'eloek r. M .eaeh of saiil days, aud tbat ix monthit frmii tbe 17th day of Mareh, A. I. IW, la tbe time luniteit by laitl Court for saiil ereditors to present their olMISI to us for eK.iininatliu aud allpwance Diitfl at Waitntiehl, this 4tb tlav of Apiil, A. D.18H3, J. H- HASTINtiS.i.. , , R. j, OLEABON, f vomnuiaionert. HUtfEL li. MKAIts KM'ATK. Honoral'le I'roltatt Court I r the l ; of WitHh- 4 1 I'oMMIssioM K8' Nn l U K. llie unuerlgnfU, naviug oeen appointeu nv uie liigtou CominisstouerM to reeetve, exainint and ad just all elnimn aud deinands of all persons HUriUmt tbe estate of Ashhel O. Mtirs,late of Marshfield, iu said DUtrtofc, dft eH8en, aud all claim exliildieu ln titfset theretn, hereby gi v c not n e that we wll l meet for tbe purposes atoretalfl at IiIk late ri'ldeiice iu Marshtield on tbe ,Htb day of dune aiul 17th ilay of Hepteinher next, from teu o'eloek A. M. until tive o'eloek I'. At ., earb o( saitl dav.i. and tbat IU montbs Iromthe 1-tii day of Mareh. A. I. is the time himtt-d ly said Court tor atil ered itom to present their elaiius to us tor examtuatlou and allowauee. Dated at Manbfteld, this 'd day of April, A. l. l!H8bn GEOROKM. WeBSTEK, 1 1 l""'',lt'". lAlioi.iNr, r. simomk E8TATE. BTATK OF VERMONT, Waabitiirtoii DUtrlot.M. ln Probate Court . beld at Moiiipeliei. tu saul Ing trlet, oit tbe Hai day of Mareh. A. 0. (iilbert H. Andrews, Kxecutor of ihe lastwtllaud testniueut of Carollue )'. Umonda( late ol Northtield, ln said pUtnot deoaaaed, praaenU bii administratiou aeeount for examtuatlou aud allowauee, aud makes applbatum for a deeree of dUtribu ttou aud partltion of tht rstnif of said de eeased. Wbereupou, it ti orderetl hy ald Court tbat said aeeount and said applieation be re ferred to a aesstou thereof. to be beld al tbe 1'rohrite Oftoa. iu aaiit Montpelier, on tbe ftra day of April, A. 1. IW. for hearlng and deetmnu thereou. And, It U fertber ordered, tbat mdlce hereuf be given toall peromt Inteiested hy publlea tlou of the iame three week ueeessively Iu tbe VermuHt Watthman A Xtate Juurutit, a uewspaper ptlbllsbed at Montpelier, pn vlwus to satd time ap polnted for bearlng. tbat they inay appear at said time aud ilaoe, aud ibow eause. If any tlo y inaT have, why abl aeeuuut should uot te allowed aud ueh decrew made. Hy the Court.- Attent, H68H liu. M CAKLKTON, Judue.