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TE13 BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, THURSDAY. APRIL n, lfiOH.
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column ono cent a Word, each Insertion. Copy may bechanced every week. Cash In ndvanco required. No advertisement taken which Is less than twclvo words, two lines, Special terms to advertisers using from 250 to 1000 lines within twclvo consccutlvo months. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE to get a good building lot on Pomcroy street for $300, worth from $.173 to $100. This Is a bar gain. B. S. Jones, real estatu necnt, Howard Hank block, corner Church and Collego ntreots. 70,d&w,tf 100 FARMS for sale. Gentlemen's country homes and summer boarding housed from tSOO to ?1S,000. Business chances and vlllngo property of all kinds, In Frank lin county, Mass., and Southern Ver mont. Somo splendid bargains. Send I for catalogue. l'red L. Burnhnm, real I estato agent, Orccnlleld, Mass. i 73,eoil,13t3J,W,4l j IFOR SAMS One saw mill, consisting of one board saw, slab saw, edger, planer, matcher, butting saws, and ono clap board mill ; price, J1200. Also, ono grist mill and wood-working shop attached to grist mill, with planer, two bench sawn and one baud suwj price, $1300. I havo four dwelling houses; this property Is all situated In the village of North Hydo 1'ark, Vt and all In first-class repair; Is Just the place for any enterprising man. On necount of poor health this property will bo Hold cheap. Any In quiries, either by mall or In person, will rocelvo prompt attention. Joseph Foss, North Hydo Park, Vt. 40,w0t FOR SALE A largo stock of choleo Tim othy and Clover seeds of all kinds; Red Top D.lue Grass, etc.: Crimson Clover for soiling crop; white oats from best section of Iowa. Pacific Guano anil Qulnnlplac Fertilizers. Freo sheds for our customers' teams. Jones & Isham. lO.wtf FOR SALE Barbed wire, square and round Fyrup cans, sugar cans, milk cans, etc., at S. Place's, Essex Junction, Vt. I0,w,3t YOUNG JERSEY BULL for sale or to let. M. F. Kcllcy, Wlnuoskl Park. 37,w5t I I, i ,WIIIST SCORE CARTAS, nice ones, 10' cents a dozen, by mall 12 cents a dozen, Freo Press Association. 33,wtf Notice. FLORIDA! Parties Interested In VHH- I)EMONTE can go on a 10 day excursion from New York to Stark, Florldn, and return, for the very low price of $10. Sail from New York April 21, via Clyde I,lne, $40, Includes hotel bills and all nocessary expenses. See C. W. ScarfC or J. J. Flyim for particulars. fvt,&41,w,lt IIARNBSSnS I carry a good line of heavy and light ready-made harnesses, 1 as well as lino custom work. I will not bo undersold. I am satisfied with a small margin. J, II. Allen, Hlnesburgh. , 41,w3m I MAPLE SYRUP AND SUgXrAREIIIGH 1 Keep It to Standard. Tho Champion I Evaporator, tho prize winner can help j you. G. II. Grimm & Co., Rutland, Vt., I will do the rest. They offer a $100 prlzo ' lor samplo of Maple Syrup excelling that ' made with Champion. Information free, 17,wtf VERDEMONTE, Florida. Our Uustrntedl book tells all about It. Sent free to all who aro Interested. Addross C. W. Scarft or J. J. Flynn, Burlington, Vt. S:..3t&41,w,lt WHIST SCORE CARDS, nice ones, :0 conts a dozen, by mall 12 cents a dozen, Freo Press Association. 30,tf 'SaUxntctl. GIRL wanted to care for children and as sist In housework. Mrs. V. 11. Howe, '401 South Union St., Uurllngton. 41, wit EXPERIENCED DINING ROOM GIRLS wanted for the Mountain Spring Hotel "t J.ako Dunmore, Vt., for tho coming sea son. Address Frank J. Qulnn, Rutland, Vt. St.Gt&Jlwlt POSITION wanted by a bookkeeper of 15 years oxperlonce; references. Address D., this office. 7S.12t,40,w2t A FEW GOOD AGENTS wanted for spo. clal work on "Tho Standard Diction ary," "Tho Century Dictionary," "Tip Century Cyclopedia," "The International Atlas," "Rldpath's Histories," "Tho People's Cyclopedia," "500 famous Bongs," "Tho Century Life of Napol eon," "Chauncey M. Depew's now book," "Dr. Parkhurst's new book" and other Standard works. Raich Rrothers, No. SO Broomlleld otreot, Roston. 54,d,tw,3m WANTED you to try this column In tho Weekly Freo Press, when you want a country girl for general housowork or for a nurse. Try It also when you want to buy or sell anything. Ono cent a word Is tho chargo for tho weekly edition, which has over 25,000 readers. w4.tf TEETH EXTRACTED ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN. THE ONLY Ol'I'ICi: IN BUIILINGTON where you tan get teeth extracted WITHOUT A PARTICLE OF PAIN, without taking (las or t'ocalno. LADY ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE. No I'iiIii J No Danger ! No After L'iTucts I) II. I. JIAZHN, Ofllco: 185 l'Ino trect. It Is true that 14 teeth liavo been ex tracted by Dr. -Hazen without n partlcal of pain, I would' ndvtso every ono to uso his method In having teeth pulled. MRS. LIZZIE SMITH. Shelburne. ()' I "Gold brushes aiid tm right paint bought from a rnllnlib. dealer, nro nine tenths nt a satisfactory li.l. nf in,. BRUSHES. We sell the best selected brushes at reasonable prices. PAINT Chilton Paint is the best and cheapest, for it covers twice the surface and lasts twice as long. DEALER Our constantly growing trade in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Glas3 and all Paint ers' Supplies shows how peo ple like our way of doing bu siness. Xg W. E. Orkkne, 104 Collego Rt. liH Uollego Rt. T CAIJF SKINS OFF FIVE CENTS EACH. Hyde Park, April T.-Telegraphlo ad vices received to-day nro decidedly unfa vorable and wo feol compelled to reduce ovorythlng In tho calf skin line light and heavy-B conts eaoh. Tho outlook Is nlso discouraging In hides, pelts and tnllow. CARROLL S. PAGE. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from Cth page.) Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Corso of Westford Corners was brought to this plnco for Interment Sunday nftor lioon, Rev. E. Wheclock, o nictating, A very Interesting Eastur servlco ontltlod "Telling tho Resurrection Story," was rendered by tho Sunday-school of tho Congregntlonal church Sunday evening. Tho church was very tastefully decorated for tho occasion, with a goodly number of plants and flowers. Rev. E. Wheclock went to Rurllngton 'Monday. MORRISVILLH. fix-Oov. G. W, Hcndoo has Just received from tho jmllco department of Washing ton, D. C, n package of papers, not of much value, that wero abstracted from his pocket by a professional pickpocket whllo ho was In Washington at tho tlmo of tho Harrison Inauguration. Oeorgo Clark spent a portion of tho past week In Man chester, Lowell and Boston. Congressman nnd Mrs. I'owcra did not ruturn homo last Wfolc as was expected. On account of tho bad travelling and tho nnival of tho first chapter n qillto a decided blizzard last Fri day evening, the lecturo to havo been given by Rev. George N. Kellogg for library benefit, was postponed, with doto to be given later. Llbbcn, the shoo dealer and maker, now occupies tho north sldo of O. D. Matthews' building, lately vacated by Mrs. N. A. Hadloy. Another grocery ntoro Is on tho programme. Tho Into town clerk, A. M. Rurke, will stock up In his building on Portland street, At tho ad journed meeting of tho Congregational so ciety held last week, tho special commit too on constitution and by-laws reported and tho church property whero erected will bo undor tho control of tho First Con gregational Meeting Houso socloty." Tho building commlltco of soven, previously elected, were cmpowored to act for tho so ciety and Instructed to procood at onco with the erecting of a new church on tho present location, ajttqrdlng to such plans nnd 'Midi nmnnWBkH In their discre tion id best. LaWolllo Orange held an i,. .. ablu evening session last Satur day evening. A programmo of a musical and literary character wns rendered. Tho regular meeting occurs this nfternoon, when nil makers of maplo sugar or syrup nro cxpectel to bring samples. Several now call boxes havo been added to the postolllce. Ami Munson Is very sick with pneumonia. Mrs, H. M. Gordon returned from Lynn, Mass., last Thursday night. E. O. Joslyn is back from Now York and Brooklyn. Deacon and Mrs. D. K. TVnney returned last week from Granville, N, Y whero they havo spent tho winter. Prof. Charlce Dolo of Northfleld was In town last wwk. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wllklns r.ro visiting In town. Miss Mny Strong gavo a sugar party to her friends Friday night, nnd MUs Mny Flsk entertained her young friends at her homo on Saturday evonlng. A. A. Nllcs received an Invita tion to deliver tho Memorial day address nt East Arlington. Being the po-rt com mander hero and having planned nn ob servance of tho day hero ho finds It neces sary to decllno tho Invltr.tlon. Sermons appropriate to tho Easter festival wero presented Sunday morning by tho pastors In tho First Congregational church, the Unlversallst church, Puflor Methodist church and tho Advent Christian church. An Easter concert by tho Sunday-school wr.s given In Puffer Methodist church In tho evening, regular preaching services wero held In tho Congregational and Ad vent Christian churches In tho evening, thero being no evening servlco at the Unl versallst church beeauso of tho absence of Dr. Booth, who spoko In Wolcott. Miss Lula Nlles Is at homo from Boston. Tho Methodist ladles met In their vestry on Wednesday afternoon and tho Unlversnllst ladles at their i-estry Thursday nfternoon. Upon Invitation C. F. Sweeney will speak of Cuba and the Cubans In thu Congrega tional church nt 8 o'clock on Thursday evening of next week. Edward P. Wood bury of Burlington sicnt Saturdny and Sunday In town. Prof. G. H. Elmoro and wlfo closed the season's dancing school Saturday night. Francis Hlalr and Leon Daniels hr.ve returned to tho U. V. M. David Muzzey has taken possession of tho Harris farm. On Thursday evening tho Montpcllcr Banjo, Guitar ntid Mr.ndollu clubs and the Mozart quartetto appear In town hall. Illness prevented F. O. Fleet wood keeping his appointment to lecture In Johnson last Friday night. Mrs. Martin of Upper Court street has moved to tho tenement over Joslyn's store. Mrs. Anr.blo of Springfield, Mass., Mrs. Hill and daugh ter of Kerne, N. H., and Oeorgo Voso of Holyoke, Mass., havo been visiting at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Tlllotson. B. R. Shaw, while driving a hand-car up tho track toward his home abovo Tenney bridge, met with r. painful accident, tho car Jumping tho track and throwing him somo distance. Ho has been under tho doctor'n care but Is cut again. Hu Is an cmployo In tho railroad round house here. Jacob Gouldthwalt Is employed In John Utton's stables, Georgo Brown, the slight ly deranged man, who created something of a stir In Elmore last fall by the destruc tion of property at tho Gov. Woodbury form, and was caught by Officer George Town of this placo after a long hunt all over Elmore mountnln and elsewhere, wr.s taken In by nn officer In Wolcolt last Fri day, Brown having escaped from Water bury asylum, to which Institution he was taken nt tho tlmo of his capturo by Town last fr.ll. Tho Wolcott officer brought Brown hero and Officer Town escorted him to tho county Jail Friday night. A musical treat Is expected In Thursday ovenlng'a concert by tho Montpcllcr talent, W. E. Plerco was In fit. Johnsbury Tuesday. Mrs. John Moulton of LyndonvHle, n form er resident, is visiting Mrs. G. M. Powers. Miss Almn Wllklns, who was taken mora seriously 111 at Dr. E. J. Hall's Just as sho was planning to go to tho Burlington hos pital, died thoro Tuesday morning. Tho Advent Christian church or society organ lz"d a Sunday-school last Sunday, Sidney llersey goes to Boston. ORLEANS COUNTY. BARTON. F. W. Cutting nnd J, N. Wc)ster wero In Boston Inst week. An Easter concert was hold tit tho Methodist church Inst Sunday morning. Henry Falrbrother, formerly of this place, Is homo from Providence, R. 1., whero ho Is engaged In, tho Ice business. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Freemnn aro In Man chester, N. H., visiting their son, L. J. Freeman. Nearly 200 from this place and Barton Lnndlng attended the unnual sugar party of Carl Farley on Fast day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Baldwin rctdrncd from their wedding trip last Wednesday, and on Wednesday evening they gave an In formal reception to tho' cornet band, of which Mr. Baldwin Is a prominent mem ben Last Friday evening they entertained about 20 of their friends, progressive whist being tho entertainment. Edward Baldwin and Arthur Wlggm nro homo from Dartmouth college, At tho vlllaRo meeting Inst Thursday ovenlnrr a hydrnnt tnx of 10 per cent on tho grand list waa was levied and tho trustees wero Instruct ed to draw orders on tho village troasury for electric light purpOHes.Last Wednes day evonlng tho Barton Landing literary held n union mooting with tho local so ciety, Tho exercises proved interesting and consisted of a review of tho life and works of four American humorists, Josh Hillings, Mark Twain, Artemns Ward and Bill Nyo. At the district meeting tho fol lowing sfllccrs were elected: Moderator, F. W, Baldwin; clork, J, A. Pearson; col lector, O. V. Joslyn: auditors, John Batch elder, P, L. Webster, II, T, Seavor. It wai voted to hlro six teachers and to maintain 20 weeks of school tho coming year. ALBANY. Roslo Campbell lias gono to sttvy n whllo with hor uncle, A. R. Campbell of Morris vlllo. Agnes O, Clmffeo lpis gnpo to Bos ton. At n sugar party hold at W. El drldgo's Thursday night between 75 nnd 100 wero present. Fred Allien- has moved to ono of tho Taplln farm lu the cast part of tho town. WESTFIHLD. Tho worst storm ot tho season begun Thursday night, and all dny Friday and Saturday a terrific wind kept up, accom panied by heavy sifbw fall. Travel wns almost wholly stopped and malls delayed, Miss Nclllo Wright of Newport lias been spending a fortnight with her brothers, O, P. and Will Wrlfjht.-MlsB Winnie For mal! 13 to teach on tlis West III11 In Lowell, Smith Llsco In Moodyvlllo nnd Florence Wakefield In tho Trumpnss dis trict. Thoso who tapped their sugar places Monday had a, lino run of sap Tues day and Wednesday. Rev. Albert Greg ory went to conferenco Monday, Ho has mndo many frlcndo hero nnd It Is hoped hn will be returned another year. Tho village schools began Monday with Prin cipal O. J. Gross and Miss Mabel Dur vlago ns teachers. Mrs Sarah Wilcox nnd her son Fred havo gone to Canada for tho summer. Deacon Rider und daughter Winnie nro Improving in health. NEWPORT. Miss Mngcry Rlckoby of St. Johnsbury Is In town visiting old friends. G. D. Pratt of Boston Is In town on a visit. 13. O. Levins died Saturday nt his homo on Central street and tho funeral was held Tuesday nt 2 p. m, Ho has been head clerk for Triie & Blanchnrd Co. Ho leaves a wlfo and three sons. II. L. Doylo of St. Johnsbury has taken possession of tho Newport House and Is solo proprietor from April 1st. Rev. C. K. Fay of Unad 111a, N, Y will preach at tho Congrega tional church April 12 and ID as a candi date, Will Prouty has returned from Col orado, whero he has spent the winter for his Health and Is much Improved. Ho has gono hack to his old position In tho C. P. R. R. onico.-Thos. C. Gnlo has purchased of A. C. Falrbrother one-half Interest In tho blacksmith and cnrrlago shop. They will soon put In nn englno to run their business nnd will Increase their cnrrlago manufactory deparfsfent. CRAFTSBURY. Rev. W. E. Allen closed Ills five years' pastorato with the Methodist church last Sunday. T. J. Kinney was In town over Sunday. Rev. W. E. Allen nnd wlfo left last Monday for conferenco. Nclllo Allen has gono to Newport. Mrs. Dunn from Grconsboro is visiting her daughter, Mrs, J. D. Lcuvltt. SOUTH WOODBURY. C. H. Dana nnd wlfo visited In Barro last week. Tho new nrrlval at D. C. Wilbur's, which came April 1. Is a 10-pound boy. S. D. Blake, who has been in fceblo health for somo time. Is Improving. ORANGE COUNTY. RANDOLPH. Frank Parker, tho 12 year old son ot George Parker, met with a severe accident Saturday forenoon nt tho Salisbury Bros, furnlturo manufactory. Ho wns taking nway stock from a moulding machine, when, brushing nway shavings, a mitten he worn pot caught In tho knives, which drew his hand Into tho machine nnd bc foro ho could bo released his left hand was badly mangled up to the thumb, right nciosj tho palm. He was taken Immedi ately to tho ofllco of Dr. O. W. nnd M. L. Scott. Dr. Oeorgo W. Scott, after giving It an examination, concluded to nmputata It at the wrist Joint, which ho did, Tho lltllo fellow Is now getting along a3 well us can bo expected. Col. Robert J. Kimball, who has been In town for a fow days past, returned Saturday nlglit to Brooklyn. N. Y. Hon. James Hutchinson and Cant. J. E. Eldredgo have returned from a four weeks' trip to Washington. D. C. They report an excellent tlmo visiting and tak ing In some of tho more Important de bates In Congress. Cnpt. Eldredgo was thero more particularly on pension busi ness. It Is snfo to say that one-half of the pension claims allowed from Vermont are the result of his excellent services. Saturday evening Arcadia lodge, I. O. O. T., celebrated tho 20th nnnlvorsary of their organization. There was quite a large attendance nt tho Baptist church to witness their exercises. This programmo was carried out: Music by Curtis orches tra, assisted by Miss Abble Cla,rk. pianist; nnthem by the choir, prayer by Rev. (1. W. Morrow, historical sketch by A, A. Smith, one of the charter members; anniversary poem by Miss Ethclyn Gould, music by tho orchestra, address by Hon. Frank Plumloy of Northfleld, nnthem by tho choir. Tho address by Mr. Plumley was very Interesting, ns tho speaker is an elo quent orator. Russell Burrldge, who nns been visiting his brother, Ernest, In Somerville, Mass., returned homo Monday evening from a two weeks' trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mil ler, who havo been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Charles H. Tewksbury, have rcturnd to their home nt Merrlmac, Mass. Ozro W. Winch, United States customs officer statlo-,d at St. Albans, vho lias been visiting his children here, returned to his duties Monday, R. E. Tntno of St. Albajis has been visiting his sister, Mrs. F. W. Sault. John A. Russell went to Monlpeller Monday on a business trip. M. V. Chnd wlck of tho Exchange hotel at Montpcllcr Is In town visiting his family. Arden A. Flint of Troy. N. Y., has been visiting In town a few days. Miss Mngglo O'Grady of St. Albans was In town Monday, visit ing friends. C. Si Perry ot Boston, the adjuster of the Mnsontc Equltnblo Acci dent association, was In town Monday. Rev. W. N. Roberts of Rochester, formerly pastor of the Methodist church here, was In town Tuesday, visiting somo of his former parishioners. David Seymour has Just received on Inereaso In his pension. TUNBRIDOE Rev. J. P. DeMerrltt Inst Friday return ed from Montpeller, whom he wns lately called by the serious Illness of his father. Will Brown of Boston, Mass., has been n guest nt C. C. Ordwny's tho past week. Mrs. W, P. Beauclerk of Burlington Is a visitor nt H. R. Hayward's Jerome Ross of Lowell, Mass., Is a visitor at Martin Ross', Prof, and B. J. Bugbeo last Sat urday went to South Hadley Falls, Mass. Mrs. S. E. Hayward, who ha.s been In Lynn, Mass., a few weeks, Is now at home. O. F. Slack of Roxbury, Mass., Is a visitor In town. Walter K. Howo Inst week went to Tncoma, Washington., with a view of locating there, Miss Gertrude Ooodalo latd week went to Cllftondale, Mass., to stay a few wenks, Mrs. L. L. Beachley of Great Falls, Mont., Is a visit or In town. BROOK FIELD. The several churches of town held ap propriate Easter services. Tho church nt West Brookfleld havo extended a call to Rev. E. W. Sturdlvnnt of Hartford, A sou enmo to live with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Sprnguo March 27. II. D. Wheatloy lately married Miss Banks at Bradford, Noah Downs met with nn nccldent last week and nt present Is In a scrlouB condi tion. Mr. Greonlenf Is convnlcscent from a sovero attack of bilious fover, Brook flold has a largo amount of potatoes for which thero Is no market of o,ny value. RUTLAND COUNTY. BRANDON. Miss Carrie W. OrmBbce, daughter of ex-Governor Ormsbee, sails for Europe to-day, whero sho expects to remain for about two years. Sho will pursue a courso of sclontlflo and musical studies, perfecting herself ns far as possible lu that country. Sho will go direct to Ham burg, Germany. Her parents exnoct to Join tier when sho Is ready to return to this country. PROCTOR. Oeorgo H. Davis and wlfo aro away for a fow days on a trip to New York nnd Philadelphia. Electrician Brown Is back from his visit at his homo In Lynn, W, H. Irwin mado a flying trip to Boston on Wednesday. Mr.Frwborn camo Friday to fill tho vacancy caused by tho removal of 13. W. Northrop.-J. B. Kidder takes W. H. Jrvln's plnco as tlmo keeper. John An drews was oleoted Tuesday night to suc ceed himself ns village president. BENSON. Miss Ellon King, only dnughtcr of David King, was married to Chnrlos Goodrich, Jr., Saturdny at 2 o'clock, at tho rcsldenco of her fathur by Rev. E. E. Hitchcock, When Baby was sick, we garo her Caotorlo. When sho was aAlld, she cried for Ciuttorli. When sho became Miss, she clung to Costorl. When she had Cblldrun.ktm fa vo them Caitorla. ildron Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Tho decorations In tho Congregational! church nt Easter consisted cntlroly 0f homo plants, being arranged to form Hi donso bank In front of nnd at tho sides 1 I of tho tiulnlt. A sermon commemorative ! of tho occasion wns given by the pastor, , Ing. In pulling down a lamp to blow It out, Rev, C, E, Hitchcock. O. H. Bump has tho hook enmo out, tho lamp falling and returned from an extended business trip. I brenklng. In carrying tho lamp to the. Miss Fanny Lndd who has been hero street to avoid conflagration, Mr. Voodry through Easter vacation, returned to received his burns. His condition Is crltl Northflold Monday. James Carroll and cal. Tho obsequies of Madge, youngest family havo moved Into tho Cull house for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. If. O. Williams tho summer. The American Black Slnto took place at the Coiwroqntlonnl church, I Co., of which A, V. Robinson of Trenton, , Sunday afternoon. Miss Julia Fisher N. J,, Is treasurer, has newly organized ' again teaches tho schoot In Marshflold, this winter with a strong company of Thoma.i Ofgood Is convalescing, capitalists and Intend to excavate fori xtrttirnttu'ti-t n islata on land they havo lensed here, begin- NORl hfillu. Jnlng operation In June. This company Tho preliminary contest of prlzo spenk ; will be remembered succeeded In quarry- Ing of the freshmen nnd sophomoro class ing 200 squnres of black slato here, 100 ts of tho university will be held nt Con- , squares being markoteii in Philadelphia, and Trenton as No, 1 black alata. WINDSOR COUNTY. SOUTH ROYALTON. Miss Cnsslo Bingham of Salem, Mass., Is visiting her relntlves, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs G. Bingham. Mrs. Benjamin Day djed Saturday after a long and painful illness. Sho was w years old. Mrs. , Frank Pierce died Inst week. Miss Flora1 Shaw spent Sunday In Bethel. Miss Joslo Heath visited at Georgo Voso's recently, ROCHESTKR. Easter Sunday was observed with ap propriate services at tjio churches. Tho Unlversallst society win hold in next so clablo at Mrs. Henry' Chnffeo's next Tues day. Miss Jessie Hubbard Is sick with tho measles. Mrs. Mr.ry Hodgeklns was In Bethel a tew days last week. Gcorgo Ilar voy had tho llttlo finger on his left hand taken oft by a saw Inst Thursday. A sou was bom to Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Trash, April 2. READING. Tho following officers havo been chosen In tho Y. P. S. C. E.: Mrs. Kate Rico, president; Ray Kendall, vice-president; Mrs. Frank Hook, corresponding secre tary: Mrs. D. O. M-ihoney, recording sec retary; Mrs. Knlo Rice, treasurer; Miss LouIho Plerco, organist; Miss Corn Ma honey, assistant organist. Galen Tarbell and family havo moved to North Spring Held, whero ho Is employed by Mr. Field. Mrs. Aurclla Townsend of Springfield has been visiting nt Miss Eliza Tonwsend's. Mis Lllla Perkins Is nt Springfield, whero sho Is working at tho millinery lrr.de. Miss Ida Whl to and Mrs. Bcllo Round hnvo gono to Chester, whero they have ob tained employment In the wrapper factory. Bert Davis and family havo moved to Fclchvlllc, and occupy tho houso vacated somo tlmo slnco by Mr. Tarbell. Fred II. Colo Is r.ttendlng school at Goddard sem inary at Barro. Mrs. N. E. Sawyer nnd llttlo daughter havo returned from a visit at Sharon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hank White nnd Mrs. Luclnda Clarko havo gono to New , port on n visit. Mr. Ambroso Buck of l Lebanon, N". H ha.s Imwii visiting his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Buck. Aunro- prlato Enster services wero held at tho liaptlst church. A leap year avoirdupois i I party wns held in tho Baptist vestry by I tho Indies ot tho Unlversallst society on i iSr.turday evening, and over (i wirs reallz- HI p. H. murk, nn . nf Mumiwrt lui i,in i visiting his mother. Mrs. Luclnda Clark. I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wntklns havo not11'00 a' """son of St. Albans was In ,yot returned to South Reading ns was re-, i?r'n Monday. Walter Hascltlno was in cently reported In these Items. Mrs. Marv i rnt'1t'll,r Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Weston Is visiting her sister In Now- 1 Hampshire. ROYALTON. Mrs. John H. ninckley Is very 111. Ser- I vices appropriate for Easter were held at the Congregational church Sunday. Wal ter H. Mayo ot Colchester Is spending n fow weeks at F. A. Mayo. S, N. Richards has secured work' In Massachusetts and will soon move his family there. WASHINGTON CO I' NT Y. MONTPELIER. At tno minimi meeting or Volunteer , augar Gianni returned to Goddard semln Hoso No. 1. the following officers were try on Wednesday of last week. Rev. Mr. elected for tho ensuing year: President, C. M. Bennett: v ce-nres dent. Georiro Blanchard; secretary and treasurer, A, a. Eaton: foreman. C. S. Whlttler: 1st as- slstant, J. G. Brown; 2d assistant, George' O. Htratton; auditors, C. M. Bennett, S. A. L.UKO, ueorgo o. Htratton. The com pany Is In good condition financially nnd as to equipment nro constantly ad- ding to their efficiency as fire lighters. n, L, ..i """SIS', Ray Daley occurred Wedncsdny afternoon S""'1"1-. J next Sunday. Ho Is tho at 2 p. m. nt the residence ot Orrln Daley, KU"st ot Jan?" b"''t and wlfe.-A , Rev. A. J. Hous-h ot Brattlcboro, assisted ?'?",n1!Lon, of i,onzo rnfso" wns, severe ly Rov. A. H. Wcbli bf this city, omclnt- 'juj. " casting ono day last ,Ing. Tho remains wero Interred In Green --nills Rollins was seyeroly shaken 'Mount cumetery. Sho was a resident of,".'' 7, .''iraui; , Burlington past six y I family ot ; which tlm possessed bearing her troublo and Illness with un complaining patience She leaves a moth er, Mrs. Susan A. Ray, and a host ot friends to mourn her loss. The physicians havo been unnblo to mako a diagnosis ot her malady and tho friends have the heart felt sympathy of the entire community in the boretivcmtnt. At tho annual meeting of Christ church parish which was held on Monday, the fol lowing vestrymen wero chosen: Charles Downy, F. E. Smith, Edward Dewey, L. r. Oleason. Gcorgo E. Taplln, E. D. Blnck- well, Wlllard Holden, G. B. B. Denny. Gcorgo Brnlnerd, J, A. DeBoer nnd S. A, Moss. And nt the meeting ot tho vestry-; men which followed Charles Dowey was appointed senior warden and F. E, Smith I Junior wnrden. Tho following ofllcers wore also elected: Secretary O. D, Clark; treas urer, Thomas Dewey; delegates to the dlo ceso convention, Charles Dewey, F. E. Smith, J, A. DeBoer, L. P. Gleason; alter nates, G, B. B. Denny. S. A. Moss. George Brnlnord, Oeorgo E. Tnlaln; auditors, L. P. Glennon, O, B, B. Denny; pow com mittee, Charles Dcwoy, O. B. B. Denny, Oeorgo Brnlnerd. The Enstor offering nmountcd to 31C0.SS, which was In excess of tho amount required, At tho sale of pows at 2 o clock tho rccclpto wero J1I50. Lewis J. Hathaway was engaged as orga i nlst to fill tho vncancy caused by tho .death of Horaco Soiihnfer nnd Mrs. Minnie Marsh tin muhlcal directress. Tho old choir consisting of Mrs. Mlnnlo MaiMh, so prano; Mrs. Lnura F. Ovlatt, rontralto; I Herbert S. Chapman, tenor; Charles F, Lowe, bass; wore re-engnged and will bo assisted by a volunteer chorus choir of 15 ! mixed vblccs. Tho year has been a. suc cessful ono thero having been an Inereaso In tho church membership and In tho con gregation. C. B. Robert linn sold his fnrm lu Mlddlo sox to Jnmos Portal; consideration $10iV). Mrs. Martha Rivers, one ot tho oldest residents of tho city, she being in her 90th yoar, Is seriously 111 from erysipelas at tho homo of Henry L. Smith, her grandson, BARRE. Tho board of aldermen held Its first regu lar mooting for April Monday evening. Tho principal business discussed was tho request ot G. H. Almon for a telephone franchise. Its granting was strenuously opposeu ay tno vcrmoni Telephone com pany, which wns represented by S, which was represented bv S. C. Shurtleff of Montpeller. Mnnnger Brown, of tho crmont company was present, as; was aiso .iinnnger name or tho Burllnc ton exchange. Tho discussion lasted from 7:4!i until after 10 o'clock, and at Its clpso tho board voted to mako a contract with Mr, Ahnon, provided an agreement satis factory to both parties could bo mudc. Miss Nina Carpontor of Brookfleld be gan this wnok to work as stenographer and typewriter In tho ofTleo ot C. H, Sawyer. Mrs, F. W. Sherburne arrived In tho city Monday ovonlnf from Southern Call fornla, whero sho passed tho winter. In all probability the Barro railroad bo tW'oon tho present tlmo and May 1 will ship from tho quarries 200,000 paving blocks, According to tho report of tho health of fleer there wero 24 births and 11 deaths In tho city last month. Ono caso of con tinued and one caso of typhoid fover wero reported. T. R. Mills, who has been in tho employ of Bnrclay brothers as bookltooper for tho past two years, will sover his connection with tho Ann April SO. Tho Goddard seminary bnso ball team will open tho seliuon April 27 with n gamo with tho Randolph High school, CABOT. Union services will bo hold at tho Con- ur anuut jj years, mil ior inn, ,. ,u,.',u 7 ;: i 23.7 degrees. The precipitation, rain and Orn DaUv of tms clTv all o? 1 111 wlTh t o prova Ung dlsten - "now, amounted to 3.M Inches, tho orrln Dnlj of this elt, all of .... ,frM Ilro.Rlfir ...!n ' average for March for tho Inst 10 years e sho has ' Invalid. Sho S f.. B.sl ,' "h ha!" bce r' being 1.54 Inches. Tho snow fall was 37 u uouuium vjnn.-iuin cn.iracicr, Inches, hs ram grcjrallonal church Sunday. Rev, Mr. Elliott of Watetbury will ocdupy the pulpit In bohalf of tho domestic missionary socl-l oty.S. C. Voodry rnoHved revcro Injurlss! bv burns In closlmr bis Mlnrn Frldnv even cert hall Wednesday and Thursdoy even lngs of this weok, Tho spring term of tho university opens with two new students. Prof. K. M. Stevens of tho university ppetu hlii vr.cntlon for the most part In bed, having tho mumps, Luther Knapp Is making Northflnld a call. Easier wun observed by nil tho churches. At tho Unlversallst church there was a special sermon and music In tho morning nnd a Sunday school concert In tho evening. Tho Congrogntlonr.1 church celebrated Faster with a service ot song In the morn ing and a concert by the choir and Sunday school In tho evening. Tho Mothodlsts had a concert In the nfternoon, The Epis copalians had an Interesting servlco In tho morning and at 4 o'clock In the after noon thero wns a children's service. At St. John's church Easter was celebrated with mnss nt 10:30 a. m. nnd vespers In tho evening. Flynn G, Austin of Barro nnd Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ford of St. Al bans spont Sunday In town, Tho Metho dist society had an old fashioned sugar WATERBURY. Morris Daly, nn old and respected citi zen, died nt his homo on Winooskl street early Sunday morning, after noarly u week's Illness. Ho was horn In 1811 In Ire land and about 48 years ago ho camo to this country. Ho leaves a widow with two sons and ono daughter. His funeral was held at 10 o'clock from St. An drew's church, Tuesday morning. The following tenchers havo been engaged for tho summer term by tho school board: Mls Olio May for Klieeland Flats; Miss Shepard for Loomls Hill; Miss Orceley for Gregg Hill; Miss Francos Crossctt for Llttlo River; Miss Adams for Woodard Hill; Miss Cora Smith for Perry Hill. Ernest Joslyn Is detained from his work In tho grocery storo of C. II. Haines with tho mumps. Mnx Green Is tilling hi place. Daniel Hopkins has returned homo from Ocean Springs, Mississippi, whero ho has been spending tho winter. Mrs. Zenas Watts was In Montpellor Monday. Royce and Hatch undertakers and fur nlturo dealers aro moving from tholr apartments In F. C. Luco's block, to their now storo on Main street. Miss Anna Boker Is home dn a vucntlon from her school In St. Johnshury. Thomas O'Brien nns commenced working In tho livery !ta,)'e of F. C. Evans. Miss Carrie Wells omuruny ior ,w lorK.r-Tlio Laillcs' A,a socloty mot Wednesday nfternoon wlt" Mrs- Gcorgo Morso. .,A ",,w "Wwr supper wilt hf served by Hn ladles at tho Concroeatlonal church l'rldny evening, April 10th, nt S o'clock. u""so" ana .urs. uyron Barrett of Bur- Ilngton visited at F. B. Tavlor's Tiifsdnv Charles Keeno wns In Middlesex Tues day buying horses for n Now York mar ket. Ho Intends soon to ship a car load of horses. Rev. W. M. Newton Is In at tendance at the Methodist conference In Barro this week.-Mrs. Wiliard Ilemmen way and llttlo boy of Colorado Springs nro visiting nt J. W. Moody's on Union street. PLAINFEILD. Carl Foss, Wallace Bartlott. Will ultcher nnd Besiio Lnzello have re turned to school nt Montnellor semlnnrv Fari attends conference at Barro this present wcck. wiunra s. Mart n. 1r.. from Manchester, N, II., visited his fath- or, Hon. w. S. Mart n. on Saturday. Mrs. Henry Laird Is very 111. Ambroso Jayior ana Mrs. Kzklel Skinner are con valesclng. WORCESTER. Mr. Chllds of St. Johnsbury conducted Jfcrvlces in tho Congregational church last CALAIS. W, V. Peck of East Calais has purchas ed of tho Capital creamery tho boiler at the station nt East Calais. He Intends to boll sap by steam, Jnmes Pearoe of Montpeller has been qulto III, but Is now convalescing. MORETOWN. B. F. Griffith and wlfo ot Wntcrbury re cently visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Sleeper. George Sleeper has return ed home after working In Wntcrbury a few days for W. F, Mlnard. A. B. Stock well Is Improving. It Is reported that J. W. A,tklns Is nlKjut to break up house keeping on account of his health nnd Is going to live with his brother, Edward Atkins. Honry Fnrnr Is soon to tako possession of his homo In Mnd River Val ley and his son Moses Is to move to tho placo vacated by him. ROXBURY. Mr. Goss has gone to Plymouth. Azro Slmonds went to Bristol to attond the funeral of his old friend Dny. Mr. Hill has boon on the slok list. Tho llstors have begun work. O. W. Orcutt has so far convalesced as to tako up work. Mrs. Ellis, tho milliner, has returned from her Boston trip. Earl Bean of Northfleld visited his grandmother last week. WEST BERLIN. J, II, Hooker was In town last Friday moving his good to Plnlnfleld, Tho sui?ar sociable nt tho Methodist church last Sat urday evening was well attended, and w a financial success. Isano Garten and family moved to Northfleld last week. S. Balzeranl and family havo moved to Mont peller. WAITSFIELD. Mrs, Mary Waterman and her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Joslyn. started for Westmin ster Tuesday. Mrs. Berry, an aged lady In tho cast part of the town. Is very slok. Sugar makers aro hard at work theso days but havo mado but llttlo sugar. Dr. Hooker of Waterbury was called to town last week to visit Mrs. John Balrd, .who linn been falling for somo tlms. A, E. Eldredgo of Warren wns In town last week, buying cattle. Mrs. J. W. Gregory continues very in. mo uoou Templars presented the drama "A Drop Too The Ladles' Home Circle gave u now maplo sugar supper at the Congregational vestry Tuesday evening, April 7, William ! strong lias compieieu ins ;ou ai water-1 Could every houscwlfo know how much time, trouble and Ipbor is saved and how easy cooking Is made with GLENWOOD RANGE. Sho For ealogy,j'0"l'nn(l towns Peter Devereaux, bury nnd returned home Inst Thursday. Quite a party of the young folks about tho villain celebrated Fast day bv a sugar party at Casslns Joslln's sugar bush. Mrs. Cnrrlo Farr of Boston has been visit ing relatives In town the past week. Wlllard Poland died last Thursday night, April 2, of a complication of lung and nesrt irouwes, nged !." years. 11 leuves a widow and threo young children In "i"'".' -i vMiuruuice?, 1 IIP 1UII'IMI services wero held at th Methodist! church Sunday, at 1 p. m. ,wllh Rn. A. 11.' Knrlght attending, and Z. H. McAllister, conducting. Mrs. W. A. Jones returned! Inst week Wednesday evening from a four weeks' trip to Boston and vicinity. Sho reports Knos Wilder, whom she accom panied there for mcdlral treatment, nsl somewhat Improved and qulto hopeful of complete recovery, Mr. Farr, tho Freo Press agent, wus In town last week. Mrs. W. W, Joslln Is In Boston this week. L. D. Savngo Is at home from St. Albans for a few days on necount of Ida poor health, Tho (J, A, R, post here havo secured Hon. Zed Stanton of Roxbury as the Memorial day orator this year. Tho llttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Iong, who has boon very III with scarlet fover, Is Improving, and her recovery Is hoped for. Mrs. D. H. Skinner returned Inst Saturday from Bethel, where sho has been for several weeks for treatment by Dr. Grec'no of that place, much Improved In health. Miss Maud Joslln returned to her studies r.t Montpcllcr seminary this week Tues day. Fred Fnssctt, who has been enjoy ing n week's vncatlon at homo, returned to his studies at Yale collego on Wednesday. L. D. Savngo returned to St. Albans Tuesday to rctiumo his duties In the cus toms olllco there. Thero will bo no prer.j h Ing sorvlco at tho Methodist church ext Sunday morning on account of the absence of tho pastor, Rev. A. B. Enrlght, nt con ference, but Sunday-school and Sunday evening service ns usual. BURLINGTON LODGE. OrDotri lluetod nt th Annual Meeting Tuidny Evening. Tho annual meeting ot Burlington Lodgo No. 100, F. and A. M., was held at Its Masonic hall, !1 Church St., Tuesday even ing. After tho usual routine business of a regular communication had been transact ed, tho annual reports of tho secretary treasurer and flnnnco comieo wero presented. Notwithstanding ho fact that tho lodge hivs paid a lurgo amount during tho post year for charity, while tho rioor health of tho worshipful mnster has pre vented him from doing tho usual amount of work, tho financial stnndlvs of the lodge was all that could bo exr.'.oted. Al though thro aro but threo yo-uper lodges In the Stato only five lodgos have a larger per capita membership. Its hall Is ono of tho llnest and tho competency of Ita of ficers In tho ritualistic ceremonies ranks high In tho order. When tho hour for tho election of of ficers arrived R. W. D. N. Nicholson, deputy grand master, was called to the chair and presided, appointing as tellers to collect and count tho votes. Dr. J. M. Clarko and H. W. Drr.koi Tho ofllcers chosen wore ns follow: Hamilton S. Peck, W. M. Edward D. Farrar, S. W. William L. McCormlck, J. W. Robert G. Stone, treasurer. Frank L. Thomas, secretary. Richard A. Shepard, S. D. Arthur L. Wnlki r, J. D. Augustus Armagnac, chaplain. William L. Grconleaf, marshal Wallaco R. Morris, S. S. Laforest J. Paige, J. S. K. R. Tatt. trustee. Gcorgo F. Morse, tylcr, 11. S. Peck, E. D. Furrar, W. L. McCor mlck, commltteo on chnrlty. Lowell C. Grant, Cyril F. Brown, Frank P. Robinson, committee on finance. Judge Peck wrj Installed as mayor of tho city of Burlington on Monday and elected matter of Burlington lodge on Tuesday of tho samo week. Tho mayor's long experlenco In the Judical chair has made him a lino presiding officer imd Bur lington Iodgo Is to bo congratulated that he consented to accept tho position ot master and tho mayor is to be congratu lated that such n body of men as comprises Burlington Lodgo No, 100, were unani mously willing to select him to tho high est ofneo In their gift. MARCH WEATHER.. A Cold, Wet Month Which Hu Loft But Few Friend", Tho mean tempernturo for March was 25 degrees, with a maximum of 05 on tho isth and a minimum of C on tho 2lth-. It was tho coldest March In 10 years, the averago temperature for tho month being pared with nn nvcrago March snow fall of 11 Inches. The pre vailing wind was from tho north and rain or snow fell on 14 days. Tho month was mado up of 10 clear, 12 partly cloudy nnd D cliudy days, Tho snow fall for tho win ter thus far amounts to 72 Inches, or e.V nctly six feet. It will bo noticed that more than one-half of the total amount fell last month. The month of March In this latitude seldom leaves behind a sav ory rcbord, and the March of ISM was even worao than Its predecessors. ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of unclaimed letters In tho Burling ton postoirtco for tho week ending April 7, 1SW: WOMEN'S LIST. Mrs. Annlo Boyden: MIes Gonevlcvo M. Dultt, Mrs. Marjorlo Greene, Miss Edna C. George, Roona Gilmond, Mrs. Mary Hill, Mrs. Emma C. Lowell, Louis Langvln, Ros.mna Lamotvux, Mrs. Roscy J. Miller, Amanda Panze. Mrs. Joseph. Rousseau, Lydla Streoter, Lydln Sherman, Mrs. Sa rah Smith, Mrs. Ella M. Thompson, Mrs. Roslo Talbert. MEN'S LIST. Frederick Brown, J. Bto Dufrenso, Wm. Eluding, A. Mr Ford, J, S. Ferguson, E. W. Garrison, Heman A. Gillette, BamucI Hamilton, C. E. Lnzolle, Uzlllasso Ln forrlno, James McCnrty, Edward Re vlcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tabor, J. Murray Wright, J. Whlto, A. S. Mathews & Co., E. C. Flllls, James Moran, John B. Perron, A. C, Hlbb3. DEATH OF REvTmR. KEEFE. Rev. J. D. Keefc, whoso serious Illness has been announced In tho Freo Press, died Tuesday evening at 10 o'clock at tho Adams Mission Home, Mr. Kceto was tho son of Mr. William Keofe, a former resident of this city, who died horo about two years ago. Ho was a minister of tho Methodist Episcopal church and had a pastorato In Illinois for a tlmo but waa obliged to resign on account of Ill-health. Ho, together, with hla step mother, Mrs. L. B. Keefo, has had chargo of tho Adams Mission work for tho past year, By his noblo Christian spirit, effi cient work and raro tact ho won tho love and highest regard not only of tho people or tno mission out also ot tho pastors nnd mcmiicrs of the churches, who supported tho work, Ills relatives and friends will have tho most slncero sympnthy of tho community would use nn nhpr JUdo by tho WEIIU5TOVH CO., Tsuntoa, 18 George Street, M0TJIEKS MUST GUIDE. Bhou voloj , Watch tho Physical Do f.ont of Tholr Daughtors. Information Thoy Should Furnish ot tho Proper Time Knowlrdgo by Which SufTorlns May tie Avoided. Hvcry mother possesses information of vital value to her younp daughter. When tho (rlrl's thoughts becomo RiiifTfrisn, wun headache, dizzi ness, and a dis position to ttloop, pains in back nnd lower limbs, t.J'co dim, desiro for solitude, and a dislike to tho society of children : when she is a mystery to herself and friends, then, her mother should cone to ljcr aid. 1'iydtn, K. Plnkhnm's Vi-jjctablo Com pound will, nt this time, preparo the system for tho coming change. Sea that fiho has it, nnd Mrs. Plnkham, at Lynn, Mnss., will cheerfully auswer any letters whero information is de eired. Thousands of women owo their health to her and tho Vegetable Com pound, nnd mothers nre constantly applying to hor for advice regarding their daughters. A WEEK OF CONGRESS. pnler Ilred Rxvamim His Tallinn Rul ing Tho Cuban Rpoiliitlnns I'nml, Tho Senate Thursday resumed considera tion of tho postofflco appropriation bill. Tho committee on appropriations reported tho Indian bill, carrying $7,413,S00. Tho Semite then adjourned to Monday. Tho House passed tho sundry civil appropria tion bill. Tho IIouso Friday passed 3S private pen sion bills. In the courso of this part of tho proceedings Speaker Reed reversed his famous ruling In tho Fifty-first Congrcjw, and declared that a majority of tho actual membership ot tho Houso constituted a quorum. In tho Fifty-first Congress ho held that It required a majority of ull tho members elected to thu House to makr a quorum, Irrespective of vacancies. Tho river and harbor appropriation blU'was re liorted. It carries a total approprlatlc.j. of (9,7C7,i!30, or about 1,7UO,C10 Icas than the appropriation by tho last Congress. Con tracts ar authorized In the bill for an amount In addition aggregating $51,0uO,000. Tho roiiort of tho conferenco committee, recommending the adoption of tho Senato resolutions relating to Cuba, was tnlwn up. Mr. Hltt made a speech In favor of I agreeing to tho report, and Mr. Boutoljo , spoko against It. A night session was held for tho consideration ot private pension bills. ' Debate on tlvo Cuban resolution was re sumed In tho Houso Saturday and con tinued In evening stslon. The proposition in tho Post-office appro priation bill affecting the consolidation of small post-offices near tho largo towns and cities led to a long debato In the Son alo Monday, In which there was an ex hibition of much political and personal feeling. The Houso voted upon tho report of tho Conferenco Commltteo recommend ing the adoption of tho Senate resolutions regarding Cuba. Instead of those recently passed by tho llonso. They wero agreed I lo, mo voio ueing yeas, .u; nays, .'(. ir. , Powers voted for tho resolutions and Mr. Grout voted agalnut them. Tho River and Harbor appropriation bill was thun taken , up, nnd, after 40 minutes' debate, waa 1 passed under suspension ot the rule, by a i votn of 210 yeas to 40 nays. This Is said to be tho first tirno In tho history of river and harbor bills that ono has gono throush tho Houso with as little opposition. During tho discussion of tho postoftlco appropriation bill In the Senato Tuesday an amendment was adopted which re stricts the consolidation system to tho limits of corporate towns and cities. Tho bill was passed. In the Houso, tho bill providing for tho establishment for a freo public library In Washington waa sent to conference, thero being a difference of opinion between the Houso anfl Senato ' as to tho fund against which tho expenses of tho Institution should bo chnrged. Tho Houso refused to order to Its engrossment and third reading the bill providing for ths adoption of tho metric system of weights nnd measures by the government. Pond ing a demand for the yeas nnd nays tho House adjourned. Thero was somo Ctiban talk In tho Sen ato Wednesday and a brief discussion of tho Indian bill. In tho Houso tho motrlo system bill was ordered to bo third reading by n vote of 115 to 117. JUDGE SMALL DEAD. Hyde Park, Vt.. March 2X-Hon. Lenn der Smith Small died nt ills residence hero Inst nvenliiT, after a long Illness, In his 75th year. Ho was county clerk from 1SCI to 1SGX, and county Judge from 178 to 18S2. The funeral will bo held nt tho Union church, Wednesday nfternoon, Rev. A. 3. Parker of Bethel officiating. Eczema ON Grew Worso undsr Treatment of Best rhyslclans. Tried CUTiCURA REMEDIES Great Change In Five Days nnd To-day Is Kntlrcly Cured. My baby had I!c7fuia In its worst form, Ono of the best phisleLmn in the city attended her, but sho contlnuod to get worse all the tlmo. Ho finally admitted ho was at his wits' end. I then got Cuiicuna. Kemedics, and la ufticdav noticed a gnat chanoi in Air can. itltfon. tine continued to Improve and to-day U enttrtlif eurtd, has nice head of hair, and Is lively and hf arty. 1 spent considerable money for drugs and doctor's hills, which was useless. J. II. JAC011S, 3031 Wllklns Ato., Dalt., Md. Fpiinr Cum Tsilruisr. Wina htthi llh Cct. era a hoAf . ceciU tfrUcnicni of Cuticrm (otntiurau Hit (ml iila ear, uid mild 4o.ii of Cl'lrccA lUjob TisT.cittiiiur liaraorcuru. Bolil Ihroafhooi Hit world. Prle. CrTVT'A SOU. I BOAr.Me.i Kiiiii.riiiT.JOo tnjll. I'onisDauoAxi CllRU. Coir.. Sol Propa . Brton. SUT" " Ujw b Cur fcTery Skin Humor," milled free. Clmmllor Cutlers' Estate. STATU OF VERMONT, I To oil persons oisTHiCTorciiiTTKsnK. (coneernsd In tho eslato of Chandler Cutler, Into of Hlohmond In said district, deceased, GRRKTINOl At a Probato Court holden at Darlington, within and for tho dUtrlot of Chittenden, on tho 2d day of April, 1KM. an tnstrumenl purporting to be tho last will and tcstaineut of Chandler Cutler, lato of Itlchmond, In said dlhtrlct deceased, was pre sentod to tho CouH aforouild forprobnte. And It Is ordered by said Court that the 1st day of. May, 18W, at tho Probate Court Hoomslnsaid Uurllngton, bo assigned for proving said Instrument; una Hint notice thereof be given to nil persons cor cerned by publishing this order threo wsslcs BiiccoKslvciy in tho Burlington Froo Press, a newspaper printed at said Burlington, previous to tho tlmo appointed. Therefore, you aro hereby notified to appear before snld Court, at the tlmo nnd place nfare-satd.-nnd contest the Probato of said will, if yon have causo. Illvnn unit,,, ,n Knml nt nni1lncrtyin . In atA uioiuui, wis u uy or April, imm. JENNIE STACY, Register. , i dm sl,w3t