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TJIE BUHLINGTON FKEE PRESS : FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1890.
THE THIRD DAY
THE ADDISON COUNTY SHEEP
A Light SlwuiliiB Ciumcd tiy tlio Wnt
Summer- Sumo .ShunrliiK" Mmlo for
tlm Addison County riilr-Suniu
Very Cl editable ltccuid.
MtDui.r.nrr.v, Vt April il. Tlio third
nml Inst ilny of tho public hearing held by
tho Vermont lireeiloiH of Mcrluo'theep uns
ns successful n the llrst ntul second cloys.
The cro.vds wore not ni lnri?e, yet ninny
visite.l tho Imrns to-ilny. Kdgur N. lilssell
& bon of Shiiroluim envied tho Inst of tlioir
AuMrnllnn slieep to-day, No new record
sheen were brought to-dny, but Charles A.,
nnd"llert (.'linpinim of Mlddlebury hnd
several prize sheep sliom for tb.i coming ex
blbitioi! to bo mnde nt the next nununl
fair of thn Addison County Agri
cultural society next September. The
breeders eny that tho cmi'-a of tho lighter
shearing tlinn in years before is duo chiefly
to tho extreme ivot senson Inst summer
which conked out tho v.oa nnd miido n poor
quality of grass ntul liny. The sheep nro in
fnlr condition nnd tho number exhibited
exceed that of any previous shearing for
Following nre some of tho records for to
day, tnken from tho secretary's boohs. h
cln'su o. 2, rams throj-yonrs-oid, rain 2so.
OUtl weighed 171 pounds, sheared n fleeco of
ill pounds, the growth of ill! I days, wns
Birud by K. AV. I!'s, 574 ntul wns owned nnd
bred by Edgar X. Hissell of Shorehnm; No.
140 weighed 1135 pounds., fleeco 22 pounds
8 ounces, stnplo 2$, fiber tit. bred by K. U.
ytickney of Hborehnui; No fill) weighed 114
pound', lleeco 21 pounds, staple 22, fiber 4,
bred by J. P. Wooster of West Cornwall;
No. 109 weichcil 130 pounds, lleeco 25
pounds 8 ounces, ono yenr's growth, staple
2, fiber tij. sired by II. A. llnscom's 105,
brul by H. A. tiiiscoin of Shorehnm.
In class IV ewes threo-yenrs-old nnd over,
No. 11:14 -neighed t'O pounds, lleeco 15
pounds 4 ounces, 1104 days growth, stnple
25. fiber '.), owneil by liissoll & Son, nnd
bred by 11. W. AVnlkor.
In class 5, owes one-year-old. No. 740
weighed 5!1 pounds, tleece 10 pounds, 351
days growth, stnplo 2J, fiber !lj, sired by
"Joe" 2I!2. owned by C. E. Abell, owned
nnd bred by E. N. llissell; No. 410, bred by
O. r. Lee of Middlebury, nnd owned by
Charles A Chapman, shenred 11 pounds,
staple 2',. flbfr !J: No. 747 shenrpd 11
pounds, ;5l) dnys old, stnple 2t, fiber
No. I'M) sheared 11 pounds 4 ounces; No.
No. 74S. (I pounds; No. TtW, U pounds; No.
414 weighed 02 pounds, fleece !) pounds 8
ounce', bred by O. 1' I.:e and owned by
Chnrles A. Chapman of Middlebury; No. 18
weighed 05 pounds, lleecu i) pounds 4 ounces,
sireil by A. Chapman's 127, owned nnd
bred by Albeit Chapman of Middlobury;
No. 60 weighed 70 pounds, and sheared 8
pounds 8 ounce". llnm, two-yenrs-old, No.
t(7 weighed K13 pounds, lleeco 21 pounds
4 ounces, sire E. N. 11. 508, bred by O. I-
Atwood of Shorehnm: No. 453 weighed 145
pounds, fleece 21 pounds 14 oimcc, 305 dnys
growth, bred by C. 1'. Crono of Uridport;
No. 703 weighed 138 pounds, lleeco 23
pounds 12 ounces, 301 days' growth, bred
by Edgar N. HKsell of Shorehnm; No. 182
weighed 12S pounds, fleeco 23 pounds eight
ounces, one year's growth, siro C. h. Par
ish's No. 153, bred by C. I.. Vnri.li of
Uridport and owned by V. V. lilucltmer of
Orwell. This heep was finely marked and
was considered vnlunblo: No. 318 weighed
113 pounds, fleece 20 pounds, bred by II. VI!
Adams; No. 3S4 weighed 137 pounds, fleeco
21 pounds 12 ounce-, one year's growth,
bred by J. li. Hninblin & Son of Cornwall
and owned by Biss41 & Son; No. 704 shear
ed 20 pounds 8 ounces; No. 0011 also shenred
20 pounds x ouncss; No. 40 weighed 140
pounds, fiocco 20 pounds 10 ounces, 355
days' growth, brod by C. 1'. Crnno of
llridpcrt and owned by liissoll & Son.
Hams one-year-old No. 722 weighed 75
pounds, tleece 11 pounds,!!! days' old,
staple 21, fiber 34 sired by Wallstreet, bred
nnd owned by E. N. iiis'ell of Shoiehnin:
No. 725 weighed 80 pounds, fleeco 12 pounds,
348dnvs' growth, stnplo 1$, liber 2i. sired
by C. E. A bell's "Joo" No. 232 owned nnd
bred by E. X. IJIssell. J. B. Hambllu &
Sou of Cornwall had u lino yearling iu
liains two yinrs old. No. 402 weighed
102 pounds, lleeco IS pounds, slnplu 2J,
llbro 4, siro V. II. Rowo's No. 35. owned
by E. X. 11WU nnd bred by fi. W. -Whit-ford
of Addison; No. 200, weight lilt,
fleece 22 pounds 4 ounces, 305days' growth,
staple 2$, libra 4 , siro li. N. l'ayuo's 101,
bred by C. II. Smith; No 720 weighed 127
pounds, floeco 20 pounds 12 ounces, one
year s growth, stnplo 25, llbro ft, bred by
G. N I'oyne of Uridport; No. 710 weighed
104 pouniU, fleece 22 pound 12 ounces,
stnple 2J, llbro !!',, brsil by (i. N. Varan,
ownod by E. N. lJl-, 11; No. 230 weighed
130 pounds, lleeco 22 pounds 12 ounces,
stnplo 2j, fiber 3i, sired by .1. J. Crane's
No. 208, bred by J. .1. Crane of Uridport;
No. 470, weighed l!i0jiound. fleeco w eight d
111 pounds, ouo year's growth, staplo 2,
fibre !). sired lry C. P. Crane's No 170, and
bred by C. P. Crane of Uridport. Tills
nun was ouo of the finest of his class on ex
hibition und sheared one of tho heaviest
flco, s tuken this yenr: No. 458
shoiired 27 pounds, sire, L, P. Clark's
No. HID; No. 007. 21 pounds 4
ounces .o. 575, 21! pounds, 5ircd by .1.
M Puourd's No. 40, bred b I. P. Wooster;
No. 715, 21 pounds 12 ounces, sired by
Senator, No. 701,21 pounds: No. 717, 21
pounds 0 ounces und No. 100, 22 pounds H
ounces, No. 715 weighed Dll pounds live
wiight, sheared !!1 pounds H ounce, staplo
2f, fiber dj and wa, bred by (i. N. Puyur
of Uridport. This ram sheared tho heaviest
placo In his class and was ono of .tlio best
marked sheep iu tho barns. Ho is owned
by Kdgnr N. liissoll uud son and Is one of
the bloods that nro being tent to Australia,
Tuero wero several other lino rams iu this
clnss, many of them shearing between 25
nnd 20 pounds. Ewos two years old. No.
01)0 weighed ill pounds, lleeco 20 pounds 12
ounces, staple Uj, fiber I, brod by (i. X.
Pnyue of Uridport; No. 723 weighed 81
pounds, floeco 20 pounds 4 ounces, staple
2J, fiber OJ; No, 71!5 weighed 87 pounds,
fleeco 20 pounds 4 ounces, staple 2, fiber 4;
No, U4 weighed 85 pound, lleeco 12 pounds
8 ounces, one yours growth staple 2J, fiber
owned nnd bred by Charles A. Clmp
nun of Middlebury; No. Hill shenred
16 winds 8 ounces; No. Glil, 14
pounds 4 ounces, bred by O. V. Atwood;
No. 000, 1!1 pounds 8 ounces; No. 3'J, 12
pounds, owned nnd bred by C. A. Chnp-
nian; No. 085, 1!! pounds 4 otiuco; No. 120,
1!) pounds, bred by C. II. Cook und No. 110
weighed 71 pounds, lloece 14 pounds 8
ounces, 305 days growth, sire V. V. It's
No. 10, ownod and brod by V. V. Illacl:
mor of Orwell; No. ill weighed 00 pounds,
shenred 14 pounds, tho growth of HO ' days,
staple 2, lllwr Ut, sired by V. V. IPs No.
10 und bred by V. V. WackniT, tho owner;
No, CO'J wns sired by WnlUtroot uud gave a
clipping ot 17 poundi (i ounces. Tho sheen
In this class were a flue looking lot, nearly
all of them wore well tvooled as were tho
sheep in tho other classes. Saveral moro in
this clns.s shenred nbovo 10 pounds nnd
showed good breeding. From each of tho
Australian sheep a sample Is taken nud seal
ed in n glass can. Into this enn with tho
sample wool Is also plncjrl on oil cloth tag
bearing tho senl of tho Vermont Merino
HrceiWrs' nfsoclntion, tho iinnin of tho breed
er, tho number of the sheop, tho days'
grow th of lleeco, the weight of tho fleeco,
tho live weight of the sheep, tho dnto of tho
shearing and tho uuino of tho sccrotnry.
The breeders seem to bo well plensod with
the results of tlio shenrlng. The fleeces
were nil that was expected, considering tho
extremely unfavorable senson. Nonoof tho
sheep fell short of what was expected, un
less it was those (hat came from hj oxporl
ment Miction nud those wero fnr from dis
creditable. Nearly all tho sheep will bo
taken from tho burns to-day.
A I.lst of the Tuxes Collected During 188(1.
Htnto Treasurer Dullols hns collected
taxes from the several corporations men
tioned below for tho yonr 188!), as follows ;
Tit ANSI-OUT ATtON CO.MPA.NIKB.
(iraud Islo Steamboat
. If,.", ()
Aiken, ft. V S .71
Drown, A. C. .Montpeller K3.lit
Knyri s. (ieorge A 4.113
Now England Telephone and Telegraph bKlA'i
I'lltslleld and Ituchester 4.1:1
Conimeroial Union S 4.1.8I1
Fairfax nnd Georgia 1.07
Tunbrldfte and Strafford
Vcimoiil Internatioimi 107.."
Western Uniou , mm
Atlantic and 81. l.awrjnco ..
Bcrmlnqtcin and Olnstenbury
iii'iininKion ami lititintui
Hurliimton and l.iimolllo
Contr.il Vermont on lirnttlcboro and
Mnutpcllcr nnd 'White Hlver
Itiitland and Addls.ui
Vermont and .MiissaehUetts
Vermont Central and Vermont and
Cliirendon and l'lltsford
Conncctlout and lissumplc Itlvcrn..
Delaware and Hudon Canal . ..
Ilnosa" 'runnel and WllmiiiKtou
Mnntpi'ber and Wells Kiver
Hnlland Micet Hallway ciiuipnnv....
SI. .fohnsbury and Lake Cliuiuplain .
Winooskl and Jturlingtun boise
liarre (six months) ,
4!',S n. IB
TRCST f'UM PANlES,
Bradford S 2,ii77.fl
Clll.eiis. SI. .lohnshiiry I,t;:i2.2ii
Knrmers and Mechanics, llurllucton. .. lij.'.l I
Uranlte, Hnrro l.WH.Sl
I.nmolUe (ompany, Hyde I'.irk MB.ll
."Montpeller ! JXU.it!
lViiule's M. Albans l,i;1.3")
j-tate, ltuthind W:m
Hellows Tails T. s WlMTi
Itenniiigton Co., ttenniiiKlon l,jiHi.51
Marti'e, Hutland 3,2li.H"
Ottiiiuiueehee. Woodstock :i,H'.i.2'.i
I'Ms-iUiupsic, M. Johnsbiiry ijJUl.lii;
Vermont, Hraltloborn 14,237,11
While iiiver. W. .Junction 31H.30
Windham Co., Now fane :,U10.23
IIOMB f'llir. I.N'sL'HANCB COM PANICS.
New Ensland $ lln.04
Cnlon Mutual !!7!l.lt
Vermont Mutual n,.""Vl
iiomi; un: insiiiianci; compankx
Unimex Finn i.nsuiiam c. compames.
f'ily of London ....
Commercial Union .
Un AH'oeiiitioii. , .,
II.,,.,, ir.ll A IMI.rtfMl II
i:mi im i
1. VJ :.M
I (iranlle state .. .
In?. (Jo. of North America
Ins. Co of State of Pennsylvania' .
Lanc'ishlio '. .
Liverpool, Loudon A: Globe
London .V Lancashire
North UritlshA. .Mercantile
Norwich l nlon
Phoenix I. union
Spilnglleld I'lro A- Marine
Cnltl'.IIlX I.IKKANIl llscr.l.I,XEOt'S llMI'AMi;,,
Aii I lent of North America....
American Steam Holler -
American Mirety ..:
Kay Mate Iteiiotlciary
Conner; lent ( leuural
Connuclicut .Mutual ,..
I'liiullty and Casuallty
Hartford Life nud Annuity ....
llarlford hleam Holler
l.lyods Plate (tlass
Mutual or New Yolk
Alut mil Iteserye Fund
New KuKland Mutual
N'ortliwesti ra Mutual
Htandard Life and Accident....
Travellers' Life und Accldeiil..
l ulled Slates
! 12. 1 II
Kvpresi C.V8,.- $ l,tt0,15
'transportation Co's T.VJi.'Jj
Telephono Co's 1.17(M'1
Teleuraph Co's 'lljri
Trust Co's 211.517.15
s.i. lues Hanks 4,5'.f.M'i
Home h'lre Insurance Cu 4,Hl'l.ls
Homo I.ifeltisuiancel'o's 4.67S.W
Knielgu Elvo Insurance Co's 7,Wil.!n
Foieli;n l.ifo lusuraiuu Co's..' ll,:il!M2
Total for tho year lbHU $2iW,0u4.2l
Sinco tlio corporation tax law went Into
fleet sewn nniiunl tnxes linvo been collected
from corporations and fnr the purpoo of com
parison wo Rive below the amounts paid Into
the tila(o treasury by corporations each year i
lssi 2 15,2'i1.;i:i
WINDSOR COUNTY NOTES.
Tho farmers of this county will mnko the
most of their sugaring this season.
A recent canvass of tho water power of
Springfield shows over 2000 horso power,
lois than halt of which is Used. Tho river
plunges over n fnll of 05 feet in a few rods,
beside several excellent privileges nbovo and
below tho falls proper. A storngo dniu
built nt the outlet of l.nko llescuo in Lud
low, or stntionnry engines iu the various
manufactories in Springfield would double
tho wnter power tho year n round. Threo
months in tlio yenr tho engines would not
bo needed, but during tho summer the
water supply might got low.
Tlio weather report ns compiled nt
Wonthorslleld Centre follows; Highest tem
perature, 12th 54; lowest temperature, 0th
10 below; range, 01; greatest dally range,
0th 25; least daily range, 14th 4; mean
range, 14; menu for mouth, 20.8": snow
fall, incliej, 2!!; fair days, II; clear days, 3;
stormy dnys, 12; cloudy 18; diroction o
wind, southerly; first robin seen, 15th
blue birds uud phoebes, 31st; ground birds7
Oon. Chns. Williams of Nashua, N, II.,
owner of tho Soapstono quarries atrerkins
ville, presented a ling to the district which
was raised w ith appropriate exercises Satur
day ovening, April oth. Hen. Williams
was present and mnde tho presentation.
Prof. George H. (leaves who recently died
in Troy, N. S., was a native of Ascutney-
I villo. Early developing a rare mu-Knl
talent ho took n course in that direct Ion.
' After that ho reinoed to Troy wbero he bc-
! oilman well known conductor of conventions
j und musicnl meetings.
Den. Isnnc Pollard, tho oldest inhabitant
of Plymouth died u few days ago. He was
bom the Oct. 2, 1700, nud all his business
life wns spent ill thnt town. After retiring
from activo business duties be move! to
Ludlow w hero he hns since resided
The town of Windsor must be good for
dairying. One cronniery is doing business
there, or just ncross tho river in Cornish,
N. H.; nud which netted its patrons 25o.
per pound for butter in March, uud acheoso
factory is soon to bo opened in tho west
part of town, nud West Windsor w ill nlso
have a cheese factory.
AVindor is to havo $1000 spont in build
ing concrete sidewalks tho coming senson.
Horace Cook & Sous have moved into
Chester to engage iu tho business of car-ringo-making.
Work is being rapidly pushed on thn Pns
simipsic railroad bridge. The old one was
built in 1S18 und has done service ever sinco
tho road was built.
Preparations nro being mnde nt Spring
Hold for the Windsor county veterans' re
union to bo held there August 1. The occa
sion n ill bo ono of lasting remembrance to
tho town, ns well as lasting benefit.
"That tired feeling" is entirely overcome by
Hood's Sap-aimriihi, which kIvis a fueling of
buojancy and UrciiKth lo tlio whole system.
Bases fain Instantly.
Strengthens Weak Parts.
A Kew England Household Homsdy,
TTnlermtlT ponulnr boiaubo of renl metllcinal
merit. Tor the countless pains and aches. 8oreru9 or
weLnesces, no mitter how caunrd r how fvero,
which attack thn human btIy, no ivmudy in tho world
ii HopruiDpt a'.il tu.irough in rohtviog, cuiiugand re
6toriu?aaths Hou flutter.
Un nolle) tel TfRtlraony of thousnniU of neoplo,
and tha conntantlT incrauiue mlo ot thoco pufcteis,
is iLUii'le Jjroot ot the truth ot thi B?sertiou,
CCrJIOl I'IjASTI-HM ntti-rbunior lrrKatf.
If you nfTer apply nno now; you'll feel happier to
mon off, Fei-Is c J'd tho moniMnt put on,
BUT' SEC HERE. Hop J'lattcr am M hy
all medirifit) dp&!i'. Don't bo sn in (I ltd into tiKin
a sybmtuto or mutation. SiKnaturool tho propri)t(r8,
a ill be found un the genuine goods.
HOP PLASTER Co., Proprietors, BOSTON.
Jladvr.f tehen yuu b ty, AcoUl dinhontxt it ifVrc.
N a Bii 1 I'assaires,
Allavn rain and
MAVCClCts. 8 ,
imi ' ut,Mt
llrilli, tho Soiosl
S-emert ol Tai(f
Try The Cm-cNW-F-EViEIFg
A paitielu l applied intoiaeli notrd and U
aj,'ieoihle. l'riieai) ioiiIk at DruuRists; hj
man. reulsttred. mi el s.
KLV KISDTIII.IIS, VI Waiien ft.. New York.
With Koft. pliible upper, Rotid outer, inner and tap
Roie: fteamie"; biaimarn lasieiji-u; jn
H.i moral and Concre Made in. M t
5rti Made in M- t' . lloyt, and
nianufactuud cxpre rly to five
Vouttib' btzeh, am
All Gut-Door Workers
thj lli'nt Nei'Vlei' fur the l.rii.1 Alnney.
Ask vi.nr dcaldi- for the "lll'i-iul Vt'i ll il and
Nuve Alinioy. Klie tltwtt nut keep 11. c will send
)nii the name ol idLibl'-cltalcr wliu will tupid)-you,
us wc bull a I Miieicsaic ouiy.
Amos P. Tapley & Co.,
Scratched ( nty-elt;li( years, llody coserud with scaly psoriasis. Constant slied
lui; ofsrHlos. .Snllollnc enttloss nud without relief. Scratched all tlio time. I'liy
slrlnus and tlio usual remedies useless, S'JOO thrown nwny. Cured by tlio CI'TI
C1J11.V KIIU I'.DI US nl n cm I ul SB. Slilnimn- ns clour and free from .scales as a
baby's. Cured Jan. W, 1HH7. Cured permanent to date, fob, r, 1HIIO.
Cured by Cuticura
If 1 had known of the CVTirctlA liCMF.PlK.s
twenty- eight years ago It would havo saved mo
S.tXI.IIU (two bundled dollars) and un Immense
hinount of sull'ei liiir. My disease (psoriasis) com
my head In
a spot not
a cent. It
s P e n d rat
over m y
body and itot
lilies won d
drop olf of
me all the
ing was end
t hou sand
il o 1 1 a r b
fempt me to
CyiUiAQ 3. poor man,
y out n et ricli
to bolioved of what some of the doctors said
whs leprosy, some ringworm, psoriasis, etc. I
Ct'TicfHA 1!i:.ieiiifs, the greatest skin cures
blond purifiers, and humor remedies of mod
ern times, instantly relievo the most agonizing
forms of ees-oma and psoriasis, and speedily,
permancDtl, economically and infallibly cure
e cry specim of torturing, disflgnring ltchlmr,
burning, hkedinir, scaly crusted, ami plmjily
diseases and humors of the skin, scalp and
blood, w ith lo"s of hair, from infauey to .me,
whether simple, scrofulous, heiedltary or
contagious, when all other methods fall.
Cirif fi: . tho great skin diio, instantly
allays the most agonizing llcliin-4 and Inflam
mation, clears the skin und alp of every trace
of disease, heals ulcer, and soies, removes
c rusts and scales, and restores the hair. Ct'i i.
( CKA M'Al the greatest nt skin bcautiflers, is
niftSPLES. obiek-hcads. led. run
rllVI and oily skin prevented by CfriLUUA
IRA D. SMITH,
3Iottktoii Kidjjo, - - ermont.
l-ATIsK KCTIO.N 111 AIIA.STF.i;t.
All ordeis promptly attended to by mall.
ALL DEALERS SELL IT.
Howard W. Spuria & Co.
Fein-nary IM, 180O,
The ST. l'Al L, MI.N.S'KA I'OI.IS, MAN I
TOtlA 15 V. and Its liranelii's li'i'iillm I lie
11 VOL' A m: iioi.no
to Tin; i-'iir.r. kahmm or Tin:
TO Till". (iOLI), SILVr.IL COl'PIUt, 1HO.V
ANDIOAL .MINI'.SOr MONTANA,
tak r. vit n
Great Northern Railway Line.
TO OHI'.AT KALLS, THE rCTUItr, INDUS-
TRIAL CENTHK OKTHK NOHTIIWUST,
Great Northern Railway Line.
to liLi.F.NA, nrrn:. spokank falls
ANUTHi: COAST C1T1KS,
Great Northern Railway
TO l'AHCiO, CliOOKSTON, GIIANI) l'OUKS
Great Northern Railway Lino.
TO ALL M1NNKSOTA. SOVTII DAKOTA,
NOliTH DAKOTA, MONTANA, IDAHO.
OH K(iON. WASH I NfiTON, OA LI FOIL
NIA AND MANITOBA POINTS,
Great Northern Railway
For tleVets, mapi and KUide, npplj- to your
hoiiio tleket aiicnt or wrin- to
F. I. WHITNLY.
(Jen. I'aas, and Tleliel Akcii(,
(illUAT NlllflllKIIN UaII.hAY,
M. Paul, Minn.
CVrTheGULAT NOKTIHCHN ItAILW.W
LI -v K rum its own Mnunllheiit DIiiIub Cars,
I'alaeo SleepliiB C'arn, .-special Apartment CatH
. lid Froj Colonlut Sleepers on Dully Throus
took and ... s;ar"np.iillla ovor ono vcar
and a half, hut no cure. I went to two or
thron doctors, and no euro. I cannot praise
the CcrtcpitA lU.Mi-.ptr.H too much. They
have made my skin as clear nnd free from
scales nsa baby's. All 1 U"cd of thrra wns
three boxes of Cirrnviu and three bottles of
Ct'TlttntA HKsot.vr.NT.and two cakes of t'n I
cuiia Soap. If yon had been heie nnd said you
would havo cured me for S'lVl.tt , you would
havo had the money. I looked like the piciiiro
In your book, of Hsorlnfis (picture No. 2, "how
to Cure Skill I). senses"!, hut hot I am as clear
as any person ever was. Thiouxh force of
habit I rub my hands fiver my arms and leizs
to scratch once In a while, but to no purpose.
1 am all woll. I scratched Iwenty-clgUt years,
and It got lobe a kind of second nature tome.
1 thank you a thousand ".times. Any one who
reads this may write to me, and I will answer
WATnuuuiiv, Vt., Jan. 2J, 1SS7.
1 confirm my cure of Jan. 20, 1W, which i
mains complete and permanent to date.
WATEnnunv, t., Feb. 5, lfOJ.
indlspensablo in treating skin diseases nnd
baby humors. CfTicirtiA ItEsor.VKM", the new
blood put ifler and greatest of humor cilies,
clenn-os the blood of all impurities and poison
ous elements, and thus removes I he CAl'sH.
Hence tho I'n iiTtit Uf.MKtuus eiire every
humor anil disease ol the skin, senlp ami
blood, with loss of hair, from pimples to scro
fula, when the beH iihjsiciaius and all other
Sold oorwhere. Price, Cl ilcriu, 50c.;
Poap, 25c ; Hi:soi,vi:vr. SI. I'icpared by tho
Porriui DitfOA.sn ( hcmicai. Ci iipoiiai nix,
X'' Send for "How In Cure '-kin Disease'.''
01 pages, 30 illustration", nnd 10!) testimonials,
with full direction for homo treatment.
gh.chnpped. RARY,s s,V1,n'"l.s''n1'' h'irlfie.1 and heau
y Ct ritl'liA ! OnD I O tilled by CntiTKA Soap. Abso
.Jay Blitke'.s Kstate.
STATK OF VKUMONT, I To all persom
DisTliiiTorCttlTTtrMiKN. ss. i loneenied in t lie
ivtHtn of Jay Illako lato of Milton, la i-aid
At a Prohate court holden nt Hiirllluj'on
ithln and for the district uf ( hlttfiiden. on tlin
d day of April, lMin, an iiiKliuincnt, purport
ingto h- tho hi"l will and testament ot Jay
Iliuke. late of Milton, In haid district de
ceased. as presented to the Court afor.."Mid,
lor prohate. And It ! ordered hy wiid Court
that tho 2uth day of April. lM'l). at the Pro
halo Court rooms In said Btirlinnloii, he assigned
ror auiirin'inir said tustruirient.aiid tual notice
thereof he i;lvcn to all person lonierned, hy
imhlishim; this order thtee wcek succefslvniy
m the Ilmlinuton Flee I'less, n newspaper
pilnicd at said lltirlinh'toii, previous to tho
merctoie. ouare nereiiv riollllcd to antirar
hetore bald Court, at the time and placo atoris
Niid, and content tho piohato of bald will, it
you have cause.
(iien under mv hand at Iluiliuslon. iu bald
District, this 2d day of April, jviti.
ji'...Mb !5i.u, r.euiiier.
Dana liii-lcnell's JCstatc.
We. the siibsci ihers. liavinc been iiiinointeil
hy tho Honorable the Prohate Court tor the !
District of Chittenden. Ciiiii!iil'.i.ilitr4 to re
ceive, examine and adju-t the ci iun and do. '
lnanils ol an nii'sotis iiuauisi ino opiate ol
Dana lilcknefl. late of .leiicuo. in wild I
illsirici net easfii, aao oiso an ciiiiiiik hou ue
liiandB erliihlt.d in ollsct tliBieto; ami six
mouths lruu the day of tliu il ite h"ivif, lioliu;
alloned hy said Court for that purpose, we do
thuiefore hereby uive notice that we will at
tend to the business of our appointment, at
the late rcsideme of said Ulckni ll, iu said
district, on the third Wednculays of April
an I .-September next, nt 10 o'clock a. in., on
eucli of said das.
Dattd this lr.tb day of March, ls'H.
Fred II. Uildrelli's KMate.
the nibrcrlhcr, ha in,' been appointed
by the Honorable the Probate Court for the
District of ( hittcnilcn. Cmnnii-sioner' to ri
ceie. eMimine and adjust tlio claims and de
mand ot nil ticrMins against the es
tate of Fred il Hildruth. late ol llicliuioiul
hi said district deccasid, and also
all claims and demands exhibited in
otrset thereto; and six mouths from
the day of the date lu-ieof, beinu alhmi-1 by
said Cinilt for that purp(ie, we do thoiefnre
hereby Kive notice lliat wlllattend to the
bu-lnessof our appointment, at thu Joneville
l ouse in Iilrhniond, iu said district on tho lat
Saturdays of Juno nml September next, at ten
o'clock a. in., mi each ol -aid iln)i.
- Dated this Mull da of Match IXM.
HKNKY (IILLK'I I. , .i
ALHEUT TOW N. i v "lu"lmiTOl
(itiardian Xotito lo Sell Ifeal
STATU OF VKRMONr, ' In Proliato Court
Diviiiktoi'Giiami Im.i. ' held at the prohite
liiomsat North Hero, within and for said dis
trict, on the .')tli dav of March, A. D., 1MI. I'..
1). (loiidwiii, Kiinrdlan of Snphionia Allen,
makes upnlicailon to bald court for license to
bell the tiillowlni; described real cstnto of his
bald w.ud, lo wil: Tlio part or whole of hi
sai I ward ttophroula Allm's land bi ini: .situat
ed In (Iraud Islo and known a', the (ieoice F.
Allen farm, repiibenthnf that the sain thereof
U necessiir for tie? payment ol her Hist debts
and InvestlUK tho ba'.anie. if any. in stock or
other leal cblnto
Wlieieupon, il iordeied hysaldiourt. that
said application be icferred to a se-siou there
of, to be. held at the Town House, in said
Grand l!e. in said district, on the M day of
April. A. 1).. I). for hearlni; and decision
thereon, and It Is further ordered, that all pi r
niw Inleresled he notified hereof, b y publica
tion ol notice of said application und order
tlierenn, three weeks sucrcslcly III the Unr
llni'ton Fine Press a Wirkly newspaper
publi-hed al itui limrton, Vt.. before b ltd
time of lieariiic, that they may appear at said
tlini! and place, and, if tliey sPe finite, ohlect
thereto. Ily the Court. . ,
Jt), wlw II. W. ALLEN. JtllKe.
Hctaey Densniore's INtate.
Wo, the subicrlbers. haviui; been apnointnil
bv the Honorable the Probate ("uni t for tlio
D'ittlcl of Chittenden. Cniinuissioiiers to u
ceie. exunilneiind ailjust the claims and de
mands ot all persons against tbe estate of
lletfoy l-eiisiniire,.late of Colrhfster, In -slid
district deceased, and also all claims and do.
uiunrth exhibited Iu olf-et tin rein; and six
months f mill the day of the date
heieof, helnu allowed by said Court for
that purpose, we do therefore hereby
i;ie notice that we will atlenil to Hie
husincbs ot our nppoliiliuent, at (lie Town
Clerk's Office. WlniHuUI. Iu nud dlstrlci, on the
foiiith Thuiodajsor April and July next, at HI
o'clock n. in .on euch i f said days
D.itcdthU'lMh da of February, IM).
l'liA.M n. i in. 1. 1 -r!
II. V HOItTON,
MILL METALLIC 1'ASTEN EH. .is cscn i.
.is. mils, for repairing dilapidated fiu
nlture. cbulrs, (aides, etc.. iu fact uuy idiieo
where one piece of wood 1:01 a Inside aeutlier
(hey are Invaluable, Price 21 cent per but of
imi dnren fiisleners. if abtellts neirloct ,,ll.
lasieners will be bent postpaid on leocipt ol
price. . W. w'lllT.NEV, llairv.Vt. ,
Ab'entb wanted IW, (t
Men's, Youths', Boys' and Chil
at tlie Aincrieaii Clothing Cn.'s.
38 Church St,, Corner Cherry,
( lie of tho mo't prominent Clothing manu
facturers In Ibis country linvitik' decided to re
tire ttom business has placed his entire slock
la tho handi of the American Clnfhln? Com
pany, who liav iiKreed to turn the same into
c.ithin tho shortest pnssiblo time
'I bo stock Is completo and comprl-o'? Oie
moit fashionable mid stylish assortment of
elegant Siri nir Clothinc for Men, Youth,
llos und Chlhlreii ever exhibited in this city.
Mncsl Worsted, French Trlrot, Knellih Mel
ton, Tweeds, Coiksciews, Wltln Wales nnd
finest Ciisslmere, mostly imported, uto what
tbe hundreds of Dres Suits, I'lln' u Alberts,
Cutaways, Husitii" Sacks, Nobby 5 otiths1
(jiiitsniid latest nnveltlen tor Boys and ( liil
dreli, all made of Newest fct les and latest d
Mens in Troufois and Sprlni? Overcoats.
Ueilii: bound (o dispose of the entire stock in
a limited time, w e are therefore compelled to
sell at n great sacrifice and with positho as
siirauco on our p.u t wo Kuarauleo to our cus
tomeis thocrcateet I'.arnalns in Fine Clothlnn
that were over oirered. Ciirefully note a few
Men's l.iaht Tweed Spring Suits worth S5 at
Men's Kncllsh DittKonal Dress Suits worth
Men's Imported Cheviot Sack Suits worth
Men's Genuine Wide Wale Dress Suits worth
$22 at SI8..VI.
Men's Finest ijunlity Prince Albort Suits
win th S.'iat ?HI.5o.
Men's Klcftant .Spring Twcel Overcoats
worth ?s at
31,'liV Kncllsh Melton .SnriliR Overcoats, silk
lined thiouyhout, worth S'-Mut $11..") i.
Hoys' uiv UV'., il.aO, nndS2.75, worth
82, $.1.81 and i-'.
Youths' Nobby Sntlng Suits f I.TJ wor(h SO.
2.SH) pairs Men's Stnped Pants at 81.15 worth
Hundred of Fancy Strips d Dress Pants (all
tailor madei al. $2.7.1. 5:(.,vj, 51.75 and $5,50
worth double the money.
im dozen of Children's Kueo Pants at Ulc.,
21c. and IV)c.
HATS, HATS, HATS.
We have the most styli'h assortment of soft
and Stiff IlatstorMeii, llosnud Children, in
clmjlnk: tlie latest nooltieb of the beason at
tho very lowist prices. Also a full line of tfur
ulshtuK Goo Is.
Dress Shlits. Fndernear, Neckwear, Collais.
Cuffs nnd thousands of other ItarRalns linpos
slide to mention heie. You must come and
see for yourself. The American Clotlilui: C i.
cordially invite the public to cull and see their
stock whether theyv. lsh lo buy It or not. It will
pay you 10 cwuo a distance of titty miles to at
tend this areat s;i le. If ou value monoy then
you surely 1 annot afl'orfi to stay away. Aston
lshiiiK vnluos, unparalleled bargain In fill"
Clotliiiu;, FurnMiitiK ijooil. HstB. etc Ev
erylhlntr purchaei! at this sate i guaranteed
a rep.-i sented or money returned, lteuibem
her the place.
AMI'.ltlCAN" CLOTHING COMPANY.
3" Church St , Cor. Cherry, lopposlto Howe's
Hotoll HuriitiKtoti, Vt.
Sliot Gun's, liille.-., Repeaters
of any make, for irenls. ladles or hoys. T hnie
in wifit can SAYL MONEY by nntulntc the
KUn tlicv desiie and write lor price to
C. C. POST, 8! Xorth Union St.
(Cut till nut for retereuce.i HurlhiKton, Vt.
Corner 1 hurch and ColleRO street.
ASSETS OV Eli $700,000.
William lli.s. President,
II. II. Smai.i.kv, Vlce-Presidfnt,
William Wllu, I). II. rimallev, C. M.
Ppauldlnc, Kdwar.l Wells, .1. U. Gates,
D. Y. Hohinson, M. D. Cook.
Interest nllowed on dcposiis st the
rate of FOL'lt PEK iCENT, credited
Deposit e.teuiplo.l from taxation in
ncvoTilance with the law.
All individual, linns, societies, ese--ulor.
iidinmistraturs or others seeking
safe inve'siment. In a lew'.a! depository,
for funilb in sum of nttf JnUnr and m
ward. or for .1 term of ears. will Und
it to their interest to interview us bo.
fore itnestiiiE clewhere.
Apply for further infoimatioa an I
address correspondence to
II. L. WAHD, Treasurer.
A A M UUUT
Wash Dress Goods.
1 Ladies are invited to call
and see the new styles and
Wash Dress Goods.
Our patterns are ail new
and carefully selected
'1 he prices on these poods
are so low that you can
afford to purchase.
THE FEATHER BONE
is giving jjreat satisfaction.
Ask lo see i hem.
BEEMflN, HUNT I GO.
I N FANTS-NVAU
THE f Perfect Substitute
QNLYror Mother's Milk
IN CHOLERA INFANTUM
A Quickly Assimilated Pood for
in all Wasting Oisoasoib
REQUIRES NO COOKSNC.
rEEPS in ALL CL3MATES.
f "The Care and
Guf Book l Feeding of Infants
MAIIypD FK EE TO All? ADDHH3S.
Ron, AITER ROLL HAV4: I1EEN
TU.MiiiiNG in every day during
the past month.
There is not another roof in
this city that covers so large
and complete assortment.
All! (H THINKING OF THE NEW
Carpi- 1 ?
WE ARE READY FOR YOU!
MOCJUETTES Never Hand
somer. Cl K RI NT INIKREST IN I HE STORE
the past few days has been in
that section where we display
the fine patterns in Body Brvs-
sFLS Willi llOKDm-s IO MATCH.
Every pattern taltes the eye.
OUR EXTRA INGRAINS
please everybody. They arc first
class goods 110 shoddy or dirt.
Bl'sT liiums. AM ALWA'S THE
C HI API's.1 IX 1111. LONG k FN.
-Vt.v Hemp Carpets vX 15 cents.
"Queen Amir" pattern at 14 cents.
Arerc Oil Cloths, all widths, only
The largest and 'best lighted
Carpet Hall in the city. No
crookedness here. 1
Here you can see just whjt you 6
All goods shown on first floor,
no climbing stairways to get into
our Carpet Hall.
Curbing and Building work
from Mru-blo Gray Stone
and Barro Granite, or any
Granite desired. Flagging
and Curbing for streets and
walks, at lowest prices.
Work set in any part of the
country, lou are invited
to visit our work or corres
pond with us,
BUUkIOKUTOM, . ViUiiiOMX.
W. H. H. MURRAY'S
New -:- Book
IMiifllshoil at $1.00.
oiru riucE - - socjixys.
li V MA 1 1 j - - - .SS CfiVJ'A'.
TOt'-H-OK DKHS SOLIClTBi).
S. Huntington &Co.,
JOBCKKS AXH KHTAI1.CRS
O OKS A NS?r AT IOXEKT
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