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Hnwley Is iu Jericho. Lucy Boeloy hns re
turned liomo from Burlington much im
proved In health. Samuel Dickinson is soon
to go to Massachusetts to work. Julln
1'nor celebrate J her 17 th birthday lastweol:
by n party of young friends, who remem
bered ber by several nice presents. Thero
was n meeting held at the J, M. C. rooms
last fcSimdny afternoon. It has bvon voted
to have the rooms open Tuesday and Thurs
day iiftornoons for the ladies. Episcopal
terriers were held at the Second Congrega
tional church with the holy communion
Punilny morning and at tho lloro in the af
ternoon, Rev. U. Graves olBciatlng. Tho
Second Congregational church are to ob
serve. Hastor with appropriate exorcism.
Mrs. C. McFnrlnml, Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs.
Do Dushnell conunitteo to make arrange
ments for tho same.
W. A. Leucli was badly hurt by n fall
whllo working in the sugar place last week.
- -A grand time was enjoyed liy n large
crowd nt Frank Chaso's on Tuesday oven-
ing. Tho sugar was line. Olllcers electod at
lis school meeting bore: Moderator, Henry
(Vllbur; clerk, II, L. lioard; committoe,
B. 11. Miller; treasurer, J. 1). Stevens; nil
Utors. George Jlnnn, G. II. Steveue; in-
ipoctor of wood, E. B. Wetherell; voted to
bave three terms of school of 10 wcoks
tax votod of G5 cent?.
01 5 A N G E 0 0 II N TY.
Mrs. Edward Smith of Willlamstown was
knocked down by a team on a recent even
ing and rib was torn from the spine and she
was otherwise seriously hurt.
James W. Tyson of Baltimore, Sid., one
of the owners of the Elizabeth copper mine
of Htrafford has been in Strallord lately
looking utter business interests.
The Y. r. S. C. E. hold a conundrum
supper iu the town ball on Friday evening,
bout $13 was obtoined. Uov. Mr, Xan
ton will preach the last sermon for tho con
feronce ycir next Sunday. During the
,oar over SflJbU has boon raised for ex
pwihus, etc., and all bills paid. New hang
ing lamps have been obtained for the Con
gugational vestry. On Eft3ter Sunday
special mimical services will be held in the
Congregational church. There will be no
services iu the Mothodlst church as many
M ill bo attending tho coutcronco.
Rev, Sonnrd Ilobson began his labors as
pastor of the Baptist church Sunday.
(. eorge v. bcott has returned from Haiti
more, Md , where ha has been attending a
medi ul college. W. S. S. Buck has moved
1 13 printing otlico Into the rooms vacated by
(j. . Lackey. George Barnes was quite
uauiy Hurt by being kicked by n horse last
v.eili. J. U. Muuu is putting a millinery
department in bis store, E. (i. llurridgo
started buturday for fcomorvillo, Mass.,
where he will work In a drug store. Misj
Harriet Angell is clerking in R. G. Morton's
store Hon. James Hutchinson has returned
fiom astnngtou, 1). C David Fisk of
Boton, formerly of this place, is iu town
ou uusiuess,
E. Jerd has moved from West Randolph
ntid is to worli for II. rowers tho coming
t nion. .Hiss untile Angell Is cleik in II,
G. Morton's drug store. Miss Lillian
l ker ha returned from a three uiouths'
slay in erennes. There was e. surprise
parry at Allen Flint's on Tuesday evening.
T. H. Wheatloy, U. V. M., 'Do1, spent
Sunday at home. lie has been collecting
suniplos of pUouphates in different parts ot
u o State. Morton Grisivold, Amherst, '9u,
is home on vacation. A sociable was held
Saturday evening, by tho Ladies Relief
corps at 1 nion hall. A programme con
sisting of vocal an., instrumental music,
i ending und recitations, and testing maple
srun was enjoyod. C. W. Clark has reut
cl -Irs. Johu Clark's place. Telephone
p in are urawn mid in readiness for u new
lne lrom brookiield village to East Brook
ti Id S. F. heatley has leased ot S. S.
i'l V';s tho John Clark farm. Charles IIix
tou is homo from Boston. Lula Conland
goes to I'awtuckot, R. I., to visit her bister
M. D. Church is out again. D. H, Rob
inson and wife have a young son. Fred
Scepard has taken M. Seymour's farm for
another year. Wutor was very high Sun
day and the roads washed badly in places.
There is a case peuding in the Orleaus
County Court ugaiust Albert Jones of New
port Centre for hauling; a load of butter on
Thomas Wlbou has sold his farm to his
brother-in-law, Rutledge. A. E. Hill has
moved on to tho D, Calderwood form.
"alt thieves stole a harness trom L. S.
i c ilns's store recently. The jury in
the case of Shurllaff vs. Rogers (war
ranty on house) gave their verdict for the
,aer,..A..t II , . .. ....
..ci(uuub, mv vs. .aj. cuauu ior intoxi
cation was nolle prosequied because the
grand juror was not qualiflud according to
statute, and now all the victims of last
year want to get their money back.
II. G. Blanchard and wife are visiting in
town. George McDormaid has closed his
labors for the Canadian Paciflo Railroad
company and bought of tho Lawrence estate
their m'erest in the store of Lawrence &
Lorlmer. Bert Blake hns returnod from
island Bond and will work for bis father In
the meat market and live in F. B. Tink
bam's houso. E. J. Hill hBI moved to his
house purchased of George McDormaid on
Second street. Fred Lothrop, former clerk
for Lawrence & Lorlmsr, ha3 gone to work
for tho Boston & Maine Railroad company.
Mrs. J. B. Conant is sick. C. O. Miles
has moved to Irasburgh whore he has' taken
a farm. Miss Emma Smith goes next week
to Newport for'the summer. Mrs. N. Mar
tin Is sick. News has been received of the
death at Ricbfordof David BIsco, a form
or resident of this place. About five yoars
nf;o he had the misfortune to loo a leg,
which never healed and which caused his
death. Ned Martin is back from his tour
through Massachusetts and has commenced
work for W. B. Gilpin of Westfleld. John
Conn Is to move in Nashua, N. II. F, O.
Kennedy went to Pierinont, N. II., March
2J, and John Hoyt has taken possession of
Kennody's farm. Q. Martin has moved to
Ji. C. Day held the teachers' oxntnlnatlon
on Monday and Tuesday, March 28 and 20,
In the school building. Eleven young ladies
took the examination. Ethel Wright has
engaged to teach In district No. 4. The an
nual school mooting in this village was held
Tuesday evening. V. I). Miller was chosen
moderator; O. S. Miller, clerk and treasur
er; C. A. Oardyno, committee; Will
Wright, collector, 'lhera is fj'HJ in the
treasury and J was voted to raise 20 cents
on the dollar for tho support of schools for
24 weeks the ensuing year. It was voted to
raise $500 for the purpose of ropalrlng the
school-house this summer, consequently
there will be no summer term of tcliool.
Committee on ropalrs, TV, D. Miller, Will
Trumpass and N. C. Hoyt. A. II. Hoyt,
who has been qulto sick lor several days, Is
slowly recovering. The funeral ot tho llt
tlo child ot Will l'eo was nttendod Inst Sun
day, Rev. I. 1 Chase olllclattng. Tho Con
gregational ladles bad a now sugar social at
the town hall last Friday evening, which
was a success, socially and financially,
Mark Btono of this town and Miss Keoler of
Morrl8villa were married March 150.
Mllon Wilder had one nnklo broken In a
barn at Wnllingford.
Tho examination of candidates for tho
naval cadetship will take plaoe at Rutland,
May 5.
Postmaster Field of Rutland is trylug to
get the postotlice department to establish a
brnnch oflice down town.
There are Ilvo Vormonters In tho New
York Legislature, two of whom wore born
iu Rutland county.
George L. Stillman ot Rutland hns been
elected vice-president for Vermont of the
Unitod S.atcs Commercial Travellers' Acci
dent association.
Mrs. Germond of Rutland has just boon
awardod 4808.83 damages against tho
Central Vermont itallroad company iu tho
Rutland County Court.
Tho democrats of West Rutland have
electod a delegation opposed to tho continu
ance in olllco of Chairman Hiram Atkins of
tho State committee.
Edward Murphy, who has been convicted
of u murderous assault on Hon. Edward
Murphy, jr., ex-mayor of the city of Troy,
and sentenced to thrie years In prison or an
insane asylum, is a native of JPoultuey, aged
35 years, and worked last season at I'roctor.
He is probably iusane.
Tho reciprocity treaties growing out of
tho Harrison administration may prove
a specinl advantages to Rutland. The duty
of 00 per cent on cane seated chairs sold in
Cuba has been removed. Tho Harris Man
ufacturing company are already getting out
chairs which they will ship direct to Ha
vann. Senator John W. Cramton lias offered to
donate a site for Rutland's proposed hospi
tal on an elevated location iu the eastern
part of the village, IU minutes walk from
the Central railway station. It is surrounded
by a grove, being almust within the Jjfuoi
hils of the mountains, there is puroty of air,
anil excellent opportunities for water
nnd sowerngo. The impression prevails that
tho hospital committoe will ucccpt this site.
The proposition of Scnttor Proctor was not
accepted because coupled with so many con
ditions. BRANDON.
Considerable moving will bo dono this
spring and a scarcity ot dosirsble tenements
is reported. Jerry Tumi inn hud a bad
smash up last week. The horse was
not much iujured. The entertainment and
supper at the town hall Wednesday evening
was such a success that it was repeated
Thursday evening.
The following officers woro elected nt tho
village meeting to serve the ensuing year:
President, E. J. Hoy re; clerk, C. E. Harris;
trensuror, William Smith; collector, W.
II. Startup; trustees, H, P. Powers, M.
C. Warner, J. Kirk Palmar; prudential
committee, F. D. I'roctor, V. E. lligbuv,
Robert McGregor; auditors, H. L. New
ell, E. F. Holbrook; tiro wardens, B. F.
Tuylor, John C. Cameron.
Edward Morgan started for Boston on
Tuesday. A. liillado has finished hl con
tract at the meadows and has moved back
to his mill here. A largo party assembled
at the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. M. 1). Powell
on Thursday evening, tho occasion bemg
tho llfth anniversary of their marriage.
Some valuablo presents were left as tokens
of regard.
Mrs. Elia Abies died at her residence at
5 o'clock Monday morning after a long Ill
ness. The Ladd Bros, are to move into the
"Carter Houso" in the village aud operate
the Ladd farm tho coming season. Philo
Wilcox, the new stage driver, is to occupy
the .Tonus Gibbs place. He hogau making
trips Monday. Rov. Mr. Bute of Burling
ton preached exc.usively tojouug men Sun
day oveuing in the Congregational chapel.
Bert West is to work for Charles Sco
fiold at Pittsford, Ho will manage the
Otter Creek Hotel iu that place.
EJdlo Lidd has roturned from tho Albnny
Business college on account of sickness.
Mrs. W. E. Strong left Tuesday to attend
commencement exorcises of the Now York
Hnmnnpathy college. Tho following now
olllcers were elected at the district school
meeting held Tuesday: Committee, Henry
S. Howard, auditois, W, S. Biiscom and
Junies Dcrsoy; treniurar, A. J. Dickinson:
collector, W. S. Pitls. It was voted to
raise 12 per cent lor tho support of schools.
John MeachRm has finished work for P.
P. Walker and is to work nt Hyde's Hotel,
Sudbury the coming summer. Mrs. Eliza
Abies is ill. Mias Mary Strong returned to
Burlington Monday.
Joseph C. Rico of Northfleld broke bis
left arm and dislocated bis shoulder a few
days ago by a fall.
Robert Sherman ot Bnrra drove a pick
through one foot a day or two ago, making
a torrihle wound.
Eddie, a 12-year-old son of Joseph Am
mel of Northtleld, had one foot crushed by
falling under the wheels of n moving freight
car while playing iu the railroad yard,
Mrs. Clara Towue Dix, aged 00, who dieil
March 29, was buried on Monday from
tho Methodist church, where Rev. J, Ed
ward Wright of Montpeller olllciatod.
A leading member of Woodbury camp,
Sons of Veterans, says they have arranged
to hold a 10-duys fair, boglnulr.g ubout
Juno 1, in a 00x00 feet lent, at tho corner
of Main and Maple streeta, aud tho proceeds
are to be used toward erecting the talked of
memorial hall and opera bouse, which the
G. A. R. post nnd cuinp nre striving for.
He states that tho post have already money
enough in their treasury to purchase u lot.
W. W. Lapoint is to deliver the Memorial
day address ut Huntington,
It seems that H. W. Soulos is the oldest
living active Odd Follow initiatod in Ver
mont. He was initiated into Vermont
lodge, No. 2, nt Montpeller ou Deo. 20,
Tho caso of State vs. William Adams,
embezzlement, after about live days ot hear
ing, was closed on Thursday afternoon.
Hoar and Cnrloton for State, O. B. Boyco
nd Gordon for respondent, before Justice
Barber. Decision was reserved.
On Friday ofllcers seized a half barrel of
lager beer, TO bottles lager and some
whiskey from Ambros Blauuhl.
At the recent school meeting of district
No. 8, W. A. Boycs was olocted moderator;
W. A. I'erry, clsrk nnd collector; Clark
Holden, member of prudential committee;
J. M. I'erry, W. E. Barney and C. L. Cur
rltr, auditors; Ferley Chandler, treasurer.
It was votod to rnira CO cents on the dollar
for school tax; treasurer was authorized to
hire $11,000 to complete the school building,
for seats and furnishings inside and grading
grounds around the building.
Ton n clerk has registered 22? dogs.
On Snturdny were tho funerals of Mrs.
II. 1). Blodgott and n young child of C. (.
Keyscr, Rnv. P. C. Abboy oiUcintiug nt
both funerals.
Wnltur II. Ie Barron and Doll a E. Nich
ols were married on Saturday by Rov. C. S.
Nickerson, nnd on the same day Albert R.
Hill ntid Elsie Duncan woro married by
Rev. E. W. CuniniltiBs.
All tho intoxicating liquors secured in tho
thice seizures ou April 1 were condemned
nnd spilled Into tho river on Tuesday.
The embezzlement ense of State vs. Will
Adams has beou decided and respondent is
Each of the four branches of Odd I'ellow
shlp here have appointed committees to meet
and arrange for appropriately celebrating
the anniversary of the older on Tuesday,
April 20.
J. 11. Ward sold his mare, "Miss Dun
ham," for $350 to Massachusetts parties.
G. W. Reynolds bought the bay horso
Tommy from Charles Mlnnrd for $150.
Eddie Houghton has a 10 months' old colt
that weighs T10 pounds.
John Bacon, aged 80, is going to resido
with his daughter at Potsdam, N. Y.
John W. Gordon is to deliver tho Memor
ial day uddress at Washington and an ad
dress to Odd Fellows at Montpeller on April
20, tho anniversary ot tho order.
At the third annual meeting of tho First
Presbyterian church on Monday evening.
Alexander Cannon, James Duncan nnd
Robert Kynoch wore elocted elders to servo
for one, two aud three years respectively.
J. H. Shaw- was re-elected dencon nnd trus
tee for threo years. All the roport3 were
most gratifying nnd encouraging. A sub
scription of iJlOOO to the building fund was
announced. Those preseut added a neat
sum to tho fund and arraugod for system
atic efforts to increase it. The trustoos wero
instructed to advertise ut once for bids for
the construction of the church.
The officers of tho villago school for tho
ensuing year are us follows. Moderator,
Asa G. Dutton; clerk and fienrer, C. li.
Dwiuell; auditor, George C. Siuvtou; com
mittee, 11. P. White; collector, I). P.
Dwinell. At tho Farmers' league mjutmg
ou Thursday evening of lust wee!;, tuu quu-
tiou: "Resolved, That it would be for the
Interest of the people of this section to have
a cieanicry" nt this placo was discussed anil
decided in tho nflirmative by a vote ot seven
to two. Louis Provost has moved from thu
Bemis house to tho teucment over the store
owned by B. P. White.
At the annual meetiug in school district
No. 1, it was voted to build a new- school
house and a committee was appointed to
procure plans, estimates, etc., and report
Friday oveuing, April 8. George Dyke haj
moved into tho house ut Harris mill and
will board the mill help. V. R. C. sugar
pnrty at the town ball Wednesday evening.
M. B. Miles hns roturned to his homo iu
Milton. Miss Frankle Abbott is visiting in
Harry G. Douglass, aged (10 yenrs, died
suddenly of apoplexy. D. M. Knights was
nblo to walk out ou the street Thursday for
tho first timo in three mouths. It; v.
Leonard Tonnoy was uble to go to the poit
oillce Thursday after sevenl weeks' rick
ness. Martin Mcintosh has goao to Now
York. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Davii of North
Duibury are rejoicing iu thu birth ot a son.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Duvnl Wur
der of Minneapolis aru pleased to hear that
their four little boys have a sister. William
Town hns moved to Richmond, where he
has bought a barber shop. Daniel Ross hns
mined from Scrabble Hill to the houso va
cated by Mr. MIIU. Christopher C. Corse
has n severe attack of cold upon his lungs,
which may prove to bo pneumonia. JIiss
Lima Fullerton has gone to Clinton, Mass.,
for a short visit. Anna Morse has returned
to Royalton.
The now Methodist church will bo SO feet
long and 50 feet wide, fronting ou Main
street just east of tho tiro engine house.
Entering from the street on a level with tho
ground tho first room will be a parlor 20 by
2b feet with movnbiu partitions into tho nu
dieuco nom which Will bo 48 by 50 foot.
Ihero is a large pulpit platform with plenty
ot room for the choir and a largo pipe organ
nt the further end. The building will coiu
forahly seat 300. Thero will he a room of
tho same size over tho purlor with movable
partitions on the side next to tho uudienco
room, so that both these rooms iuu lie Used
in connection with the audience rouiu when
occasion requires. In Hie basement with
ample room lor the fiunuce and stm j rooms
thero will bo u kitcnon 17 l 2 u dining
room 2H by 30 and a loom for enturtain
ments by IT It will lm built ot brick
with gruiiuo trimmings and Is to lu com
pleted by October 1 ly Sweet, Cummlngs
& Co. ot Rlchford, 't. Georgu W. Ken
nedy wont to Montpolier to attend tho third
meetiug of creditors in tho insolvent ostato
of Johu C. Griggs. A former dividend ot
75 par cent had been paid and nn additional
dividend of 25 per cent declared, making a
full payment of 100 per cant ot nearly $18,
000 uud Mr. Griggs ges on in the same
business with a good prn.pect of success.
Miss Lavcjoy and Miss Hopkins of Cnbot
aro visiting .Mrs. O. G. Harris. Hattm
Thompson has moved from Arnd Graves's
house to rooms in I. 11. Crossott' residence.
Will Nichols has been confined to his
houso from n dnugerous attack of bleeding
at his nose, Wiilinm M. Wnde, a former
resident, is here from Stnrksboro. Gen. W.
W. Henry of Burlington was iu town
Thursday Mrs. Charles Conuut and
daughter aro visiting Cassius Russell iu
Burlington. Rov. L. H. Elliott nud wife
have returned from Cnnipton, N. II., after
tho burial ot Deacon Hodjedou, Mrs.
Elliott's father. He was 83 years old nud
was found dead seited iu his chair as ho
had been reading his newspaper.
Miss Pearl Randall eutertalnod a largo
party of ner young friends Snturdny even
ing. Rev. L. II. Elliott preached at Mclu
does Falls last Sunday. Miss Kate Wash
burno has returnod from Greenvillo college,
South Carolina, where she has been toach
ing the viollu. G. E. Moody of Burlington
spent Sunday with Ellsha Moody, his
fathor. Miss Inez Moody Is nt home from
Burliugtou collogo and Miss Carrie Weils
from Mr. Moody's school nt Northlleld,
Mass. Frank Elliott is going to n commer
cial college at Poughkeopsle, N. Y.
Thero was a quarterly aud communion
services at the Methodist church last Bun
dap nnd a special mooting ot the society
Mouduy evening. Herbert E. Smith of
Bralutroo has commenced as clerk for
Wyniau nnd Wallace, There will be a
sociablo at the Congregatloual church uoxt
Friday evening with lea croum nud colleu.
"Will Nichols Is very low from bloediug nt
his uosu. Ho Is not nblo to alt up In bud.
Miss Lillian Well li to teach in the vil
lago school. E. C, Morso ig home In a va
cation from tho Univorslty of Vormont.
Mrs. L. D. Wnlbrldge, who has spent the
winter hero, returns to her homo In Massa
chusetts this week. J. B. Knights goes this
week to Boston nnd western Massachusetts
ou a two weeks' trip. Teachers' examina
tion Is to lie held next woel:. Tbero will bo
a "quotation contest" between the Chris
tian Endeavor and Epworth leagus societies
at the Congregntional vestry Friday even
ing, April 22.
Mrs. Edna Robinson, aged 79, died of
cancer March 30 at 38 Main street, whero
sha resided with Mrs. Addle Alexander, her
daughter. Funeral at 1 p. m. Friday.
The case of State vs. Elbert O. Luvanway
for assault with Intent to kill was ou trial
In County Court during Thursday.
About 25 candidates woro at tho school
teachors' examination ou Friday and Satur
day nt Capital hnll. The examinations
wore conductod by County Exnnilner I. P.
Booth, nnd tho average pur cent was vefy
Buslnoss was lively In the Police Court
Monday forenoon before Justice Smlllo. Ro
man Taplln paid $10.51 for intoxication and
disclosed on Georgo I). Reed and A. J.GIys
son. Reed pleaded guilty to selliug; his Hue
nnd costs were $G1.57, appealoJ, bail $300,
F. R. Stevens surety. Reed also pleaded
guilty to keeping nuisance; flno and costs
$107.27, appealed, bail $150,Slovenssurety;
ulso guilty to Kosplng with intent to sell,
bill $00.01, appealed, ball 150, Stevens
surety. Glysson plondud gulltv to selling,
bill lj.fJl.B7, appealed, bail $300, Stevens
surety. Law Is D. Rmsell was brought iu
for keeping nulsunco, pleadod guilty, ap
pealed, bnil )f300.
The latest pensions recoivod by Attorney
Dcnvitt lire: Original, Alfred S. Pnrkhurst,
Bnrro, $10 a mouth; Hannah M. Smith,
Marshilold, dependant mother, $12 and $2111
arrears; Mary E., widow of Dr. H. M.
Harris, Worcester, lJ3; Gardner F. Grif
tlth, East Dorset, $12; Eliza A., widow of
Joel (1. Goodwin, Charleston, .?8; Joseph P.
Dexter, Undorhill, $12. Increases, George
S. Flint, Randolph, $8 to $11; Henry H.
Recor. Barre, $0 to $10.
The Military band i to give nnothor con
cert mul promonndu on Saturday oveuing.
They aro to furnish music for the republi
can convention on April 13 and the demo
cratic conventlou on Mav 5.
The Wlnooskt river was so high on Sat
urday that ice floated in tho highway be
tween tho Langdon and Spnrrow fnrms.
Charlos Wilson returned on Friday from
thrcp wejks In Jackson, Mich., where ho as
sisted Hornco Mnrviu, lm partner, in open
ing a branch stoiv.
.Mrs. Orriu Daley hns roturned from nn
absence of four months In Florida wi'li her
health much improved. Mr. Daley met her
nt Washington, D. C.
Sheriff Howe last wool: escorted to tho
Houso of Correction, Georgo S. Chapman
to servo a term ot three month', Henry
Brassnu for 00 days and Robert Sp-ncor tor
20 days.
At the annual meeting of Aurora lodge,
F. and A. M., Monday night the old board
of olllcers ero unanimously re-elected: J.
E. Gootiouourfh, V,'. M. ; Goorgu E. Morse,
S. ; J. A. DeBoer, J. W.; F. O. Dewey,
Sec; E. E. Blnkuly, Trens. ; C. A. Lamr, S.
D. ; F. II. McClure, J. . The annual
meeting of King Solomon's chapter is to
occur Thursday night.
Hcthnny Indies nro to hold n social and
supper on Friday afternoon and evening at
tho resilience of Dr. 11. S. Bnnrdmau.
Vermont lodga of O.ld Fsllows nro to
colobrnte the anniversary o the order on
April 20, with a public entertainment in
their hall, comprising the anniversary ox
orcise', address by J, IV. Gordon of Barre,
music try male quartette.
A daughter was born ou Monday to Wes
ley and Mrs. Tnplin.
Thu Methodists held a largely attended
sugar festival Mouduy evening at their ves
On Thursday, March 31, lire w a? discov
ered in the depot. Prompt atU'ntiuu helped
to prevent serious damage. At the school
meeting Tuesday John Ryan was elected
tchool committee; T. P. B.irtlett, collt-ctor;
A. E. Snow, treasurer, and Arch Butohel
der auditor. Mrs. C. St. .ii.uti took the
prlu lor thu hnndsome-t costuni", nnd
Jimmle Shorey tho homliest at the masquer
ade on April 1.
Mrs. Lucinda Howe died Mnrch 20. The
lomuius wero carried to Mori'town for in
terment. She vuis 81 ) ears old. Mr. John
Sullivan, formerly ot North Faystou, riitu
at his sun's in Warren, March 'J7, ngml 00.
Warren C. Porter and wife have gone to
Ware, Mass,, to moku a year's visit with
thuir son, Lester. Daniel Ueau has boon ap
pointed liquor agent.
Mrs. Jacob Waidner broke her wrist
whllo holding a colt. L. A. Eastman an 1
F. O. Alieu have bought tho Pope farm, F.
O. Allen having tho pnstui-u unil buildings.
G"orge Wnrdner nnd Mullle Haj ward
woro married Jlarcu ,iu at tirookliel ', They
will mnku their homo for Hie present with
his father. .Mrs. Kba I'opo lias moved to
Northlleld. I). L. Buck is soon to mnku ex
tensive repairs on ins buildings, Chillies
Flint hus movsd on to n farm iu Northhuld,
Frank Sawyer and wife have returned
from their visit in Montpeller. Mr. aud
Mrs. Warren Tripp of New Hampshire wore
guests nt the Ceutrnl House last week.
Karl Sawyer of Barre is in town. Fred
Moultou has been quite ill but ia convales
cent. Mrs. Ellen Ninth, who has boon
stopping with her sister, Mr.-. Pnilups, was
called home by the suilden death of a frijiul
in Stowo. Mrs, William Sawyer is in uoor
Mrs. Sylvester Banister returned homo
from Florida last Friday. Georgo Cook has
bought tho place recently occupied by Frank
Corse. Miss Adnh Cutbbjrt hts returned
from New York. Snow is so deep on Box
bury mountain thnt It is with dilllculty llmt
the stuge passes over it dm lug thu thaw,
Tho republican town committee 1ms issuod
n call for a caucus to bo held iu tho villus
hall ou Fridny, April 8, at 2 o'clock p. m.
for the purpose of choslug delegates to tho
State convention. A son wns born Mnrch
20, to Mr. und Mrs. George Edward. Lu-
tlier Purmenter is sick null pneumonia.
Miss Novu Dodge is ill witli la grippe.
Frank Grny and Charles Boulbwiuk have
moved to Caluls. Eugono Hutlmway aud
family ure going to Worcester, Mass., to
livrt. Will Smith has gone to St. Albans.
Mrs. Miller and dnughter, Grnco, ot Peoria
III., nro guosts of G. F. Sibley. Calvin
Parmenter had a horso got on to n wire
fence Inst week nnd tear itself badly. Clark
Sibley recently lost a horse. E. N.Lewis
of Calais has routed the John Putnam fnrm.
J. R. Young Is committoe in district No. 5
eud J, C. Dodge at the Contro,
John Martin has inovod to Clarence
Richardson's tenement and will work for
him this season. Henry Enrich has moved
into Maxwell's house, Robert Maxwell Is
quite low from effects of la gripps. J, B,
Thompson and Robert Ker have each taken
a boy from tho orphan's boms In Burling
ton. Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Bragg attended
tho funeral of their aged aunt, Luninda B.
Howo who died March 20, at the residence
of her son, Allen S. Howo. She was prob
ably the oldest resident in town, being 82
years old.
Observer Line of the United States wonth
er Lnreau In his reportot February weather
says that tho mean temperature was 23.4;
tho highest 40 on tho 31st nnd tho lowest
4 on the Kith; tho prevailing direction
of tho wind wns north nnd the total prccipt
tutlon 1.13 Inchos.
The Westminster brldgo is complotod nud
will bo opened for use ns soon ni tho ap
proaches can be put In proper sbap.
Eugeno, the 11 -year-old sou cf J. Dwlght
Willurd of Putney, was holding a stick on a
chopping block for anothpr boy to cut, when
tho axe bit his right haud, cutting ofT tho
threa first fingers near the knuckle joint und
nearly severiug tho little finger, cutting tho
bono entirely off.
The Salvation Army will establish a post
nt Bollows Falls.
Allen Hndley of West Bridge w.it ji- was
injured badly tho other day by tue falling
of n tree.
The South Royalton Shoo company's
plant has been sold to C. H. Abbott, who
hns leased tho shoe shops ut Clu'ls.'a und
will run tho two plants ns one.
Ex-Gov. Frederic Holbrook, war gover
nor ot Vermout from 1&01 to lbii3, who is
still living at Bi attloi'ciro nt the age of 70,
attonds daily to his duties as president of
tho Vermont Salngs bank.
The sale of tho South Royalton Shoo corn
pony's plnnt to C. H. Abbott has ben con
firmed by tho stockholders. The Chelsea
shops havo been leos;d by Mr. Aubott and
tho two plants aro to be connected by tele
phone. A pretty bit ot Vermont sceueiy is found
opposite South Royalton, It is down thu
valley ot tho White river, 'lhe oid "piece
stand" and the ford across which Mrs. llou
deu carriec the children shu begued nwuy
from the Indians at the timu of the burning
of Royalton aro found lu this M.l.ey.
Mrs. Betsey S. Ellison of Springfield re
cently celebrated uer b.Jd birthday with an
old-lushioned quilting Uo. The entertain
ment, besides the quilting, C'lujist d of sev
eral songs sung by Mr. Ellison sniiys that
sin; had leurned and sung iu her girlhood,
one having 20 verses.
John Reed aud wife are tho happy re
cipients ot an eight pound girl. Churtiu
and Dana King of Boston, anil Will of
Windsor wero called hero recently to at
tend the funeral of their mother '1 lie Iiuich
boys have fitted up tho old Jhuistou mill
with a small circular saw and turning lathe.
'lhe Baptist society have held five socia
bles during tuo past fall and winter, the net
proceed, from which have been $40. Mr.
Winchester Goddnid ot South Rending has
purch.ued ot Mr. Frank Wutkins tho lioiiiu
now icrupied by D. O. Mahoney. Syl
Miniu Blierniu has purchased Mrs. Leander
Rockwood's plnoo nt. Hammoudsvillu. Al
the unnunl tchool meeting held at Felch
ville li. M. Newton m chosen committee
and collector, Otis Baldwin treasurer, nun
C. N. Hook, cloik. Fiund Gardner is to
move to North Chester. Ella Huey has re
li raid from rjpilngtiuld. Mrs. Harriet
Aiu-deii has returned from Windsor, wheru
shu hag ti-ien spe nding tho winter witli liir
daughter. Miss .leniiiu llnudluv is m fc'aia
toga for u short I line, The Luilies-' Benevo
lent society will meet Willi Mrs. N. E. Per
kins on Thursday afternoon, April 7. Th
Blue Ribbon club will hold a mealing at tbj
school bouse ball ou Saturday evening,
April 0, at 7.30 o'clock, J ho pi ogi utuuio
will consist of dioluguus, recitations, songs,
Mrs. Honry Babcock ha J a shock ot paral
ysis last week. Frnuk King got bndiy hurt
while working with u sawing machine, hy
the lover dropping on his baud. Miss ii
lis was called to Huoslc Falls last Munday
to attend tho funeral ot her m ther, Miss
iiettii Fay has roturned (r m unrduer,
liri'S. l'Uore is u petition in cnculat on io
change tho road back to where it furineiiV
run, Horn tho Cculio to Woodstock.
linn'. T!il!
WVoiTiTUno Hundred Dnllnrs reward for
nnycft-enf catarrh Unit ("inncitlio cuud by
taklrii' Hull's i Hlarrh cure,
P. .!. C!ll..i;V ,VCt).. Props . Toledo, ().
We. the undeT'Um-d, lmve known K. .1.
('lienor for l.i yt r.rs. and believti him 'rfet v
hoiinriibl'i in ml i h in ss truiiF'iriiims nnd li
imnrlally able to cany mil any oblVntioi.
Hindu by their linn.
U'kst A Thu i.v, Whole tie DruirgNi-, Tnledn,
Wu.niNO, KlNNiS it M.MIVI.s, Wholesale
1)1 IIK.dfls. Tnlu'li), ().
lln i'm cnuini Cure is taken Intern illv,
(utini; directly iipnii tl.o bl n i.n.l iiriiiiis
ur'tv e nt the .vsieiu Tistlmnna 'i ent I re ,
pi It e 7 i eenlH n bottle. -oM I v 'ill ill n.ji-'sih.
Extra dividend of 2.00 per
share to stockholders of record
onlay ', 18H2.
Paid up Capital, January, 1892,
Par value $100 per share.
Surplus March i, lSr,:. 78,975,73,
Stock offered at 103.50 until
May 9,
Subjoct to tulvancs nftor that date as roal
citato iiicronsci In valua and higher rents
nro palil.
Appreciation In real estate valuoi ovxr
cot n nppralned by ten -perti, who wero
preIdents and treaurer of Knvhiq; banks
nnd othnr rem oitnto eiH)rt., Mnrch 1, 1803,
over $300. 0OJ,
Anil titnrmatlon ttlulltv to llif propeitu
otiriod by the ciiripui will he chterfuUij plifii
nt the ojttct. ' to II, An'i:UTlSFM IWI1.D-
ixu, 210 ir.usw.Yoro.Y sr.. nosrox.
investment Co.
I.ticfil Kutull ,M:u-1hU.
TJUHI.tiTO.V, Aplll 7 1892.
t'rlrp (n tho Incftl markut nre quint, nnl
rOjow btit fon rhftufces ti nolo from lat wooc.
Following urn tho iitotitloiH as corrocto-1 tjjr
pomoof HurllnKtonV prouiltiunt murclmnU:
Roberts & Perkins.
ItrcaVfiiNt, Hreiiful f 1., nj, , , nn(.- Vn-in Hyson,
fi'e JHimiix, Mi), 4", 5n, n n-ni i ,C-ffc )M (tDTern
im hi J a vii iff.. Mr.rhuSV., Matn-lnnl .Ima d,'c Ooltlen
J'l"VKc, Jfnriciiliu 2h., uiIxpJ ufuund S.c, pideroil
Mfiilm biiU Jm' Ur.( lJundiillon 2'if., now or Vi.
f PtPfcJ, (irrnmii chicory l.V. Spires ; ThrT i')a.t
llt-pice 4, clurumoii 0 v. h-itcr 2"r,, cinfM Mc,
mmtarf .Vk, liiv" tir veppcr unite poM-or 53.,
mace Ssl.lfl), nutrm-p'i$l.'.i.
I .KY Itto'if'
Toboy & IJarbor.
ftnlry liiittr U Sti.. -enM a tionn I. (Vivunry lut
lr.3iK?fl3 Cfntsj Uin li IMn H tti.H pnuur). 15
to H cetitc n'tlozeu, Fnrtc; i li-i-soi are 111 olloi i I'lna
t-ppl tltotHc, Ma.fil.riij ach nrcoMln, to tz; Hoqua
fiM i'hciw, fo rnti 11 timm.1; RnglWi tlmrv, Cflntl
Min,ll. r ru hi Noiirohnt l, ficntin packure; OhM-ini-cn-i
o. 11 piece; O'ltcli i-li-wi.?. lUrcnti 1 p-mrt t.
Jillk, ? ceiitM u qtiair. Pure Jorstr 3;rpaia -W
refits 11 tjunr-u awns ihcuso, ioe'ii. 'arny;in Uieusa,
per jtu.
rorr:. run,
Dolan Brothers.
M. t ou1 fi'iiir. Vhi to p, kitcI: Mm n tan. ft". 7.1;
Spt.iii pntcu! ami yilnrnotH patrnts arn tb.Vt
h Waroi. I'nt'Jiv Lent Is ?H(! to I cotits a poun-i. Hyp
I't-nr, H to cuits a pound. Xe Mapto Mljfiir, 1"
ftrith a round, nmuls nvrup, viin a frallou. Wranit
Intro" mcai" 1 f' j iaiUb a pound, eolTe A Sets; light
brown, ctp.. fnf and pulrrned, t'b centi
Wbito cltjvar UOuey i ii vrult i puuiiil.
1 ntn.
Jones Brothers.
nnnha. M t .Vj ttntna dozen, onvnrr nrf 'fJ ti
M) c-ntH ijitzfi. Heit quiHt drtlui aro l'J rentn a
pound. Smyrna (1. 1 t enti a pound. Mfhslni
lemon, Turruti per ili2-u. Kra.portt poaclie, 'J.tcti.
a pound, i;a;ora:l aprlc -t'!, 1 to rent ft tnuti t,
Kraporiitpd rist'!trri", IU cenli a poiin 1. Kaisiua Id
to ''i cent puii't 1. llir'.rry nnH .) 1 rnnti a fpitri, "J
tri't ii f-k.; pi'tiii-its nr VI rentt a uu'i'a I'.nfcflisn
a.nut, vt'M'- pr po ni ' ?."uf, lit kindi, nortel.
VOcidi a puun . ( r.tn'nrnr, .y to it -crs a quart.
Honev, 15 t i tci's icrji md. itiits'i, tents per
Albert E. Jones.
Sliitfdti, hin 1 rpMrl-ir, m t r, 1 oiti. foreiuar.
irr, IU tfiiti a 1 outid, nadUm chop-, 1 cnt;
f ring Inw 1', li.nl r,ir-. t uti, (ore gtn. 1' rnts
Inmh chop. 1 1 cmn. Itf, bett c iti. Vit
cm. fur porlcr ii" w u q-ioto I at i
ct'tits a ; ouni': sirloin it 'i'3nti; round it l. iH ctnli
apiaa.!; r..hl, I to , TtMitt 1 pnun I: Vormont leef U
qUOtl r1 tl,"i,li (r'MH fl p'lllll, n-im, Rite 7 Clll'i 1
cr U tc!s a jMnsrd: ltrnikfat ha'-on t t"i to H
rent; rnllforuia Mmi, 1 to H'eopnfa pund; ann'-cl
bluiuMers. l.t'centc. 1 r 1 tul'j V ra9. pljl;
i led pUV feet, Wi m; pn'tU' i'tii)V torcifH ar it
cents per pound Corn Ij-vf U H 11 liili. I'or
1 0:1 t it. litoti rout" r noun X, Ufa' 1 ui fonts vi
ctc U 1 (tu.is .1 pound; iara i cn'i
rr.sft TPfO liO to 'i centi, J t,'i cent
hinol u.U"!.1"' ntit .1 tiojn 1 i'.mto 1 n.vn-ijr. ,
(ipTinen, iKiJoijni ni'ihaR, 'o t 11 cint, Albany
nuRflL'C. IS I'rtnli he-i-if iit, 11 cat', lurtpjn,
? t to "i'i cents. jViwln 1; t. 1 r-'tit., nuc chtck
en iCnts per poun 1. Lm 1. 1 1 tn ( ( t enfs per put) a 1
WlioleMo I'l-o luro 'Tar
Pt lU.K-O'irN. ApilT. 18.
nml ftliow litil few cltanicos frt tt l.i-t weak.
Qintntinn nro as foil
I'ltnMsiovx Dnry htiMur ?! 1 "1 r(. crfiriry
luitor iVi'Vj rt,nth; cbtei 1 .f I tMitj . t'dr.to",
V. tJU 1"1 nt"; It cent, heans $1.7 bushel;
hon, Vl-rui't rpnttt.
li r I (.ofl, $1.1 r, V ton: We!, Jlfli;.
(..ilAtN Cam, 4'ito4" cet.t V )it:o'iel: Tjr, K.iA7
tu.kv,ieai. Vt lean. .V'HM ' 1' buhfl
coin, Vfarn. ) to f," ci nia. Norti)rn. f t I
I'KRn Mtddtn.s', V (on; fhorti, Sil; brin,
(.?; corn meal, 5 1 '. i.
Ml at- Iiflef, VermoMf dirr"l, 'ht. rcv pdr p vvi 1,
f flern.IVi'1 contu- porir.droised.'tti fu I rent: m'ttto.i
P".(. etit" fo's low renu alive; dilrWS'H It'r.i J iM'tti j
ilivp, 11 rents dn ni tur-tey-i, IS tu ?) uuu ilros-t-ed.
fprin larurj, u' ( -n".
ClilcKrfo Oruia und lrn lucp M'irkot.
Heported by H. K. Knot. S'oelt. HnJ an 1 CoTim's
mou Urokor. tt irIm,ton, .
Ciiiai." Apiil '
Owjutotho noit.hiim f't'L-1 u n th.ru y.h regular
es ,iuii i f tro Clui'aco itotrd d tritd to d. luiMh-re
wo (jtiltf a iiher ut e il a in f nf np-ra'rir- 1 o ht i-n k
ot ttiiK'h 1ju-iiij. ,r irs icto 1 t.u p-t cs ere et n
c tall . a fdind 1iu,Iit. tht tr i'lins" )tfua; jm titled nhnobt
tnli-el to hod. Mm Id a hiih ; 1
' 1 111 rtt "JiiiIih'o !
' r ni' nv, April 1.
Putter has fallen renin hin e 'ji-; v i t-:.. Tub hotter,
I cent r ptmnd lm . M '..t. ?. p'ln.
lVj cent, 13 vm in )' . f.pplf-.
?. imt:it.-i. to c.r. i't l ,S .t ; 'It1I, ...
te it-., i urn. t.l c nf'L 1 ortt m. T. . . pi!trLt"r, 'It,
.it s, Kto4l in,- H-irmc h t t-.i-i nci
Til. eat hi an, hn li'im, 4 t" I'v con,., l(, .-. 1
1 , 1 Id 7 CMIiF. I J1 r'l-'lr yi4 ki ' 4 (etlt. 1 '
.-f, . to i'-'v" t; eai. i. .i'tttt; 1 hit km . I in 15
cnt, Kay, to ,n j or t.r..
r.iruot). A nl 4.
li'ttlrr. 1 Utile of in price1, fnir to pood. I1 10 e-nM
per pound: or mop, 21 to rent pT ji n.,t!: drtton,
1 to 'l oeut )Hr pound; ch" b (n-trv. 1" to U i-ei is
I ,T uud; elu- fe, dlirv, '.I to 1 dent- per t nun c l
1J cftnU per dozyu, jola-ne-., "TtU i renU I er hisht'. ,
n- ir April 3. '
Itutter ii quit nt to ?t rnt per poun 1
eK, 13 cent por doni; chit kens, li to i
ti-iit pr puund; fowls, n to 11 renf t. r i uiiji
lieef to h rnti per pound; porli, T cent per j nuni
vt.il, ",XS) ct nts pt r pMiud. ti.ir, 10 cent
pt r pound n u ton, v to ll) fonts per p mil I : l.ui, $7 to
411 per ton and hv. h.
,i.ii Wool Ai.irkpn.
pnrv. At ril
nnrkr for ui tl nat few
it p itci i 1 intf. t ddi X ii
Ti et e hup 001 u n iiuii t
1 - am' 1 uU trull 1
n,i' tj i.i '., uiui , diul .a am nio.(. et ;if'iailc.
pt- i'pid. l,'.-.i!iru i X 1! a -ii j'.; n N
i wind, ihcif a F'tnlv f Hir:, ft i 1 ih for Ohio
p-ul i.. i t ti r J It h n 'iir.k riimll, o, i
comlit'ij Mniii iiwii-iil a! .". ilr. o'ti ft, drlufuw
' JtiJ t-. ii nd MKliliiri (no titini.tt nt .o'a Ir.prr
iiiind ln mi li.'d no tjiui'it r l.i - t "is ,irc mi
at Vii-ttJic. Imt lh.'-t. n:h mh h ? at
JiVrn IU; 'Ientorj ols sr- ii.mi, '' ir '"t idi-ati
Tor l'nt' .''O, for tli.t lucdniiiis. .,. . , ic i-t n-f
t ititi . Tt-T.'h t'alHornin ind i. o '.!-, n't1 tp'tft;
In pulitd wtiols ilit )p P.i !,.-( n v. , , ,,f , H KujH'r
sa 1 r fair tt fcTund Jt'ii' "ti ' t . ' lid t''rii ut
'vi.t.an; r i und Au Iraiim h -ii iiMUunaud .it
aiitf. ilc, hk t j quality, ( ".u p wmt - ..i ' . ,
liny mitt 'tr.tiii l-ir!ot
Kurniflioil by ( ! - (1, 1-Mtlv, CommU
ion .Mt'ic-'mnt ati'l IidIvuI- doii
t i'k m hay, trnw, rlu nml foe i,
! lirc'inl St., lionon, Mu-s
Ilttulpta for the Att1!-:, vnv jay, htraw
: 11.
liceelpts of lriy are very much llnhtor and
we ale 1 iivhik goi d demand f u all Bi.ulcs at
lull qtiot aioi.s, im'ks aro lare at the north
ern tnndi but HielciiiK rapidl) teducd, and
the market l I r.n.
Itj e sti.tw Is hU'h r.
Hay I lioice to fancy, SlSls51 In Inrire
bnles; i;oo, to prime, l.irire bales, $173.?l?,j Ij
Choice to lai'cv, small biles, .17 U SIT. 0: lair to
plod, JW 0 SIT: ordinary. . ' ik, 5W; poor
and common. fl.ifiiSn; rlov. r and clover mix
ed, fllii.j'lU: l-HflHln. choice In fancy, jpl
iiifiiluin Kiifterii, Jl.'Htlj.Hi; line,
jj..'il; swale, s.:..f,.9
Mini.- rilrto pilmu rye. Jill 'i SSI I: on
straw, ? UmCM.
Oat ('tiolco white. JTlc.i No. S white, 3?c:
Ko. 3 while, 117
If yon hnvo salt rbouin don't tal(o on and
make youri-elf ond family inlscr.ilile. IiADY
l'OOIt'h OINT.MKNT will cheer you up and
cure ou.
Tii Our Sulisor iber.
The special announcement which appeared
In our columns some time since, aiiiiouuclni; a
special arrangement with Dr. n. .1. Kk.ndai.l
i o., of UnnsburL'h Falls, Vt pubrishers of "A
Tieallse ou the Horse and his I disuses," wbcru
by our subscrlljers wero enabled lo obtain
a copy of that valuablo work Use by
etiullmr their addroM to II. J. Ki.miai.l f'o.,
mud encloMiuc a two-Lent stamp for mallliiif
same1 Is renewed for a liinltel period. We
trust all will avail tbemiohe" of the opportu
nlty ot obtaining this valuable work. To every
lover of the Horse It Is indi-pensable, as It
treats lu a simple maiinor all the diseases w hlch
nftllct t Is noble animal. Its phenom
enal sale throughout the 1'nltel Kt.ites and
Canada, make It standard authority, .Mention
this papal' win n MMidlux for "rreatlse."
II. II. 1 l ltll'MAN
Hanker and llroker,
Kstnblished I8;t,
.Moniher N, V, t'r li. filoek Eicliajise,
6s and W) Hroadway, Ne.v York,
Eiecutes orders In lots of twenty (SO) shares
and upward on a niaislu of '1H1U7K 1'IOH
CKNl'. Semi for my boos, crattlltouslr show.
Ini; bow speculation is can 1ml ou, Daily and
weekly stouk letter mailed fteo on application,
A Scully, Ttoliliiur, Skin Disease
with Kmlk'ss Stillorint; Juril
ly Otiticiifu Jtcinodios.
If I luul known of tho f'tiucfr. K Hemrhiki
twi-ntr-olulit ypirn ucn. It wnuIM havu nved
me fa) 1 1111 nnd nn Iiiiiul'ii.o nmnunt ot sulTor
liil?. My dl8Bno (psorlmls) cotnmenceil on my
lii-aa in a iot not mrui.rtlifin a cent. Itsprenil
lapiuiy 1111 over my ijoay,
"ml Kot unifer my nnlls,
I'lic scnlon would drop olt of
m nil tho limp, nnd my suf
fering wnn cnillm, nnd
without tplltf, One thou
snnd ilollnri would not tempt
inc to Ijiaeth h iilwiHBo over
iitfiiln. 1 nni 11 poor mnn, but
feel rleli to he rolioved of
wlmt sniiiu f f tlie dectors
fnld vn leprosy, solno rlnK-
IL Ai Py worm, pi-orlasls, otc. 1 can
LSV5 ot pinlso thn CUTICUIIA
RrsiBlirrs loo much. Thev lwivu made my
skin ns clear and frn frnm r;ilpH a n lmby'fl.
All I used of thoni wni $'i ttotth If you hnd
been hi-renrid Fnld you would 'linvo cured m
for SiKUi't, you won. d have, luul the money. 1
lookid ilko tho nictiire (No. p.iKiit'.i In your
hook, 'Ilnw to Cure Skin DtiomoV hutnow t
nin ns rleiir ns nny peri-on over was. Through
foroo of hnhlt I ruli my liamls over my arms
and less to scratched once in n whllo. but to nu
purpose. 1 urn all well, I ncrntciiedtwenty.
alicht ycnr, and It KOt lo bs a kind of second
nature to uie. I tnank you a thousand tlmeo,
DUNNIS UOW.NIMi, Wntorbury, Vt.
Cuticura Resolvent
The new Illood and Skin I'uriflcr Internally
(toelense tho blood of all impurities and jiolbnn
ou elcinenla). and ('urtct iiA tho Kreat ukln
cure, mid I'ltii t'HA Vinf, mi ox.
tiulsile .skin Kciiiitilior, externally do clear
lie skin and calp. and reitoro tho hair). In
stantly relieve unit spiv.lily euro cvnry spealcs
of Itching, liiiiiiiinr, ccn y, crusted, pimply,
scroiulniis. nnd hereditary disease and
humors of the skin, sea Ip, and b oo l, with loss
of hair, from inlnncy tu hub, from pimples
to scrofula.
Sold everywhere. Pr're, riTtcum, SOc.
SoM-. 2.-ic; lirsoi.vr.NT. 1. I'repar"d by the
I'OlTKIl DllLO AM) eiir.MK At, C'Olll'OltATION-,
lnut nn.
Ji'.Mend for "How to Cure Skin DHo.isos."
:4 liattes, W) Illustrations, anil 10' untimoniaK
piMIM r.S. black-heads, red, rouih chappel
I HVI and oltv skm cured by i 'rnr'Mi Soai.
f.Rcuiiig Sidss ana BacK,
ijjjjj.li'i' I'Jp, Kidney aud t terin Pains and
1 1 I'dll ll'"B'i' tllllHTI'll ill UIIU
iiiiniiio by ;lio 'utleurii Antl
I'.i n 1'l.i.H'i, th-j Hist nnd onlv
Pi'tl-kiilh'.i i! !(-
.'in. (.'. spear's Estiilo
We, I'm--hum ribcrs, havn.rf I. en appointed
h lhe llunnr.ilp ! fe I'rm i ('uirt for the
Uistriet of i.'hitt'-.Hen, ( '(iimiiisiuiiers to re
(.e. es.inilne and 'idn the i Iiiimh and de
li.and. of all pir-oh- iilmiihI l ho es
Into of Aino- ('. pn.ir. bite ..t UurliUKton,
in snid ili-i i'It dci'.'i-cd ami also
all claims and deurxids eliilntod In
oiy-et therein; and six. nionilis from
the 1 , i v ot the date luieof bcmn allowed
h aid ( onrt lor that nurpo.-, we dnthcreforo
iiei'i In i;h e iiotii i' tnat we v ill attend to tho
liu-iiii-Fs of our apiiointmi'iit nt the ftote of
I'ea-eiV Tmson .No. lull Coile'ie Ht., luir.ins:
lo'i. Vl., in sail district, on tho fourth Wed
nfsda.vs of April r nd Aii.'inl next, at 10 o'clock
a. in., on each ' f said days,
Iinled lln- ttliday of April, '.S.-.'.
WIM.IAM W. II K.NU Y. I (.r,,nmcPloners
1 Ui-DlUilt l S. 1'i.ASE, f LomtnlfPloners.
Alvtivi ru. .Josltu'i? UHtatc."
We, the subscribers, havi:i' b'eu appointed
by the Honorable the Prob.ito ( ourt tor tho
biMi kl u" C'hitteii len. Cominlsslon ra to re
ceh e, eMimiii" and ,id u it tlia iiamis and do
mar. lis of all ; i ins -tnist the estat- of
Alvlra .M. .Ii.si,., late .f Co ch-sler in
fnid district tieepa-ed, and aNn ell claims and
deiiiHiuls exhibi'eil in oll-e' tbeii to: nnd six
iiiii ti tli lnuu the day ot lhe d.a heuof bemi;
allowed by paid four1. Ior that pmpose. we do
therelore herelij ;Im i:ctic th.it we mIU at
tend to the buslruss of ou. lUipi Intine nt. at thu
ln'o r-sldti ce ol Mvir.i 1. ..Oilui'- ;n Co rbes
tur, in -a'd ili-liMt. -u the la-t Tui'sda8
of pn! r.m! .lulv in xt, m l'l o'clock a. in., on
each o' sa' t davs.
liatdi I s 'Vli da-, of Mnreh, is.1'.".
h IIIIUWN. I . ( llrJ-
r-, i i i I I' U I ., t
"Not one (tl (fur Kittys.
Hut wel'SM- r!nt- ' 1 ai aic hji ahy a. tr.it.
tlve and our ilipiiy of vi'vi-rva-y is a feast
for the eye. If t ual which 1- 1'i-irous bey 'nd
decrtpti-tn. but nltr.ost pcrtertlv plntn, np
(eu'stoyiur taPte we can t-'iow you some
siipe.'b -pe linens ; If the h!.:h.v .lecr.'.ri lis
in joui' line ionic and loi'l. at .uie of tho
most ideaini: delces that cvir loft the mnjia
Iinei oi' n. coiiiplisiieil workers in s lv r It
would be a m'stuke f.ir 3 ou to i "n n av with
tl.o idea li at it taki s a trood dr.il tt inom to
L-ratif v -ur h tastes. e w ib c'eir aw.iy ml
npprsheiislnns on that point if ymi wl. .ill
.md Im.katour 111111101111". SVatclK'-, Je.ve ry,
.-ilverwaie, en
H. E. Adams & Son,
17 ChiiH-l, . I'u-i'i'sUm. Yt.
111 !. I
Improve with Age.
Butter and cheese, unless prop
erly salted, do not. Salt that
will make the butter keep its
Ilavor, however long it is held,
is the best to use. Ashton's
salt does this better than any
other in the world. Resides,
Ashton's saves the butter
maket, who holds his butter,
against loss from shrinkage.
For sale everywhere.
ritAKPlS 1). MOULTON I O..
Ai nts for l li. and CMinda.
!?.t Hroadway, Now York.
Vor sale hv
Sl'Al'UlINtt. KIM11 VU.Jt CO. and
O. J. WA1.KKH JJKO., lIutllnsMn.

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