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YJlfeGISTEE, MAY 8, 1801. Vol. LVI. SONS OF NDTWOOD AND ALCANTARA. The Two IosKlins Sires oi'lSOO. m:voni, FOSWOOD Slred by Niilwnod ls1. .-son oi nciinnm, ui. liiim, Mlss l!nsi'll,iliimotC'oni llcllnont 2 -21 sinnci s Nut. t.oil Itiisslu Nntwood sltcd AcKKti (3 yiui--5) lliuvn , Vcll- i.lenlsero llellu (3 yonrs) Mnwle K Nntiiic),' Wonilinit Hclmont lloy Inna (I years) Manmier (-' years) Aml 41 othcrs ln the llst. . 2 ' 2-1". 2:ls'4 2 2i", 2 'III1, 2.1!) 2:111',' 2 :W 2-1S', 2:l', KO.WOOI) ls n verv liniHlsonie lior-f, and lils iliun wa u notcd rucc nmru. Hu ls tlltecn aml oni!.li:ll hnnds liigli mitl wcishs onc thonsaml pottnds. 1 1 12 WILL 3IAKI2 TIII2 SI2ASOX OP 1S11 AT $.).. 14403 H ALCANTARA 14403 Fonr years old. 15 -iicd liv Alcantarn... 2 2:1 Son ol'licorKi' W tlkcs 2 22 Imiii Aliua Mnter, dam ol llve hores I11 thu llst Alcantnrn (I years) 2:2.1 Alcvonu 2:27 Alicla 2:10 Alninatur 2.-2!i4' Arbitur 2 10 Aloanlnra has moro ln the 2 :"0 llst than nny (irncla ll - '--'1 Malllon ot hls airo evcr bad, 20 ot whieli un- Alvau " tercd 111 1MH). And 5 othcrs wlth reeords bettor tlmn 2;10. IIAI.CANTAIIA'S secoml dam, Ilocl.nml-Too Knntiy, prodnced Catliurlne, 2 :2s1,'; .Towott "'iVv'.m wir'nnic"UtVd'JuoUV llnd that lie has XJIIMM: XOTKD llltOOI) MAliKSon hlsdam's Mdc, vlz Ileel-nml-Toe Knnny, .lulln McCice and Dnryen Mnru, aml two 011 hls .sim's sldr, vlz. Ahna Matur and Kodo's Jlnrc, wlilcli is n vuiy raif tblni: to llnd n a stallloM'9 iicdiuruu. 1112 WILIi 31AICI2 TM12 SI2ASOX OK 1 Si1 AT $iir.)(). Maros not piovlns? wlth loal can bu rctiii nt'd lice noxt yi-nr. Thesc Stallions will be at Nutwood Stock Fann (formerly Dclos Joncs fann) after ApriJ i, 1S91. KB- I'or nny lurthcr lnlormatlon, addiess, lD-lm Horse Breeders T. II. IJrecik-rs" A?ociatloii, to be liolil at 13 and 14, shotild send at once tor .stake and pieniitun lists. as entries eloe May I . W. F, I'or nli- by tlic 1'olliMvllte Itc . r. Miw s ca's. -FOH- WAGONS AXD HARNESSES. If You Want Good Ones. IJ. F. IIASKELI. & CO. West Cornwall, Vt. UiauT uril "'" lay to tliu i. II H III ITILI1 lialilkln.lolmon to snll onr rcdiabli XuriT.v sti A( i:.vi'i:iti i;.( 1 W i llc lor li'i nis lo .m;i:ii:i Standard NurserJ' Co., AS AGElJTSl Itocuester. I. l WlllMl Wlltllli IIKMltloll tbls p llt'f 1 SCHIFFMANN'S ASTHMA CURE- ImUntly rrlitvrt tbi mot TlolDt Ui(k aad iDiuret eom forUb1 tWn. M) TilTI.(i or RIMLTH. ItelDK uwd by InStlatloD, lw ctlon Ii tmnnMUte, dlrcl tnd COrtaln. nj k cur fi tb reiult ln ftlt cural-U ruei. A nngU trlal corjTfncn tbt oiou ikrtlrl, Pritn, tu. aod l,0O of uy druss'it, or by idU. huif,lei Free for itamp. UH. Hi oUnlrrmANNi ol, Allno. TOlt TI1IS OKFI21J. COL. KIP, Hocord, 2:00. Standard, 14,405. He H tlm only .Stalllon cxcc)t (illllK. taml. Init lor mirvluu ln Addison Coiinty wlth a rccord ln llin 4 .10 llst lltt won hls lecot'd ln AKanKot llve liovsijsat llelinont 1'iirlt, I'liila iluljthla, July l.t, ln'Jii, lor a iitiruot fAoo, wlilcli lio won ln alourlitMitnici'.althonKlilie wastoo Jli'shy, bnt hix natniul plucK and Niieud coin bliicil outlastod tlii'in all and took hlin to tlin lronl Tlio nuxt day bnt onu bn statti'd In nnotliiirracu at llulinont l'urk lora pnrsu ot Mi, In wldidi lui won kccdimI motii'V ln a Kan ol elulit hotwf, dilvlns tlie wlnner ont ln 2 i'iand took a liuat Iroin hlin aml lm waa closr to thu wlnncr'H wIil-i'1 ln thN racn ln thu last hi-at ot a Kan ol ulht lioi su-i aml all of tbein last. Althonsih hu was too ilosliy nml mit ln tlrnt-L'lass trottlnK comlltion hu Vhnwrd Idmsidl uatm and a ti'otter in tlii'-u raci s (Jol. Kii was nllud by AlNtcis, lucoid 2 '27 4. and hls dum I.aura, toiinurly l.ady t'haiiidon, in lnrn Imh trotti'd ln 2 12. Kor liirilii i' pi'diuii'u hi'k In anothcr ad. In thls jiapi i lln is a bi'antltul sual lnown in coloi', liu Htunds l.Vi hamls liliili; wum'ht, about llim lionnds, and U a niii'u loal Kcttui'i hUsi'i vlcu Ih llist class. Hu will bu loiiml at thu stahlu ot .1. W. I'l'.CH, H'mI Oiriiwull, VI., lor thu h, uson ol lh!U at thu vurv low niini ol 2. to Insiira In loal. Up to Aprll IStli hu had 27 iiihi'i'h bookcd nml hls book keups tllllnK Anyo'iu llmlliiK ""V inlsruprusuntatlon in tbU iid., olhui wUn tliuu thvonxb xoimi tuuh nluallty, chii havo thu survk'u ol Col. Kip lio i olnuyu. RniW V i itv.conn, atan. Dam, I.iidy Koie 2rJI'( With 40 lieiits bctter tlmn 2 M to lior credlt. Slred by Pantel I.nmburt, slro ot ( omcc. l:ila Doe .Ilni Wll.l l.lly Noliu MK'll Nimcy .Illhllee l.tlllllH'lt MiiKKlo I.ambeit lieOl'HTe K Illcklil'.l llllly 1) i lllune'lmrd Tolm llnll I.iidy l-'oxle 1 Aml 11) othcrs in tliu llt. i 2 :1!)'4' , 2:2.1 i ,2:J1'4 , 2 .-24 , 2:2."'i , 2:2.1'i , 2 :23'4 , 2 -2H ,2.-2-.' , 2.-2.V4 ,2:21 '4 a liaiids hlKli. llay. lst dam, ltiiequettu llv llnlleld, lccord 2 r2:, slru ol To-a (4 years; ratiifll (I years) llobln stonecutter Aml dninsol l!l!lClUlll'l! lli.lti' Ai-clwi' fl vears) 1 2 :21 . 2 :T() . 2:2 1'i 2:lS , .0 , 1 Ciiii tlt'vi.i. r:l vi'':iisl 2-2ft'a Nutwood S(ock Fnnii, Cnuton, N. Y. Aiul owiuts clcslrliij! to I'litiT thi'Ir Trottcrs nr l'acci-s in tbf X. X. Y. dlcns Fnlls, X. V., AugUSt II, 12, Trotting Meeting BENTLEY, Clens Falls, N. Y. ntains 6oap. Rosin llubli' Itciilf'i'n iu .lllcldli bnry, Gorrugated Iron And Steel Eoofinj. w UnL.Mrtn Slate, Tin or Shingles. FIRE, LIGHTNING AND RAIN PROOF. Sultable for all kimls of buildhiKS and ean be put 011 by anvone. Sold at faetory piices, frelght added. Call on or write for prlees and deserlptlve elreulars to P. II. DAVIS, Westpoit, X. Y. 2')- 1 " or baie tor Uasii AT CURHENr PRICES, M 12.11, fi:b:s. SIIOIM'S. Kiv. AI.sO SEED OATS AND GRASS SEED Always 011 hand at tlio store liouu. j Thosc wlshim; to bny trom tln- ear fbonld leavi' thflr nnlur, and tlicn tlu-y will bo notl- nui i. iiiv uiiiiti 111 l 111.' cars, K. W. ATW OOI). l)nu Coa GuitArs TlKte have neehej the 3rM 05 f."lh"l hn"2 'i'1"?''1""!!. hlx'lbcr.Thrcc clu.l in Ilnynet ExttMor and Wm. )l. Tillon tlMan, land anj Orclii'.trol Initrumcnt." Slrlns, He, Send for Uatalcigue, J. . II AVNKN A CO Ilo.toii, i AGCUTC ," uanvass tor tho salu ot our HULH O Hoinu Grown .Niuskuv Stock. V.vati:i Most Libcral Tcrms. I'iieiiialril ruellltlra. Ono ol thu larKUst, olduHt-iwtabllsheil, and bust known .N'urse. lies ln tho conntry. Addiess V .t T. .SMITII, Uunuva Nnraory, I Kstablinhecl ln 1840. (Juiiuvn, S. V." ALESME WANTED FvMm FlUElUD.Etc Ijoca-1 or Traveling1, lo sell cholee varluties ot Nursury Stock In tliu.Middlo aml Kuw Knlaml fjtutus. Good l'ay and Steady Kinploymt'iit, C0UMBIAL NUESEEY C0., Rochester, N. Y. County Zlcws. BRIDPORT. TI10 Ilstcrs niut 011 Tucsdny to henr the ncgrlcvcil oncs. Iluttcr lirotiglit from 22 to 2.1 ccnts tlils wccK. with .suluctloiis at 21 CL'iits. X. V. Itii.sscll, wlio lias bccti 111 tlic past two wceks, U now Iniiirovlng. .1. S. C. Iluiiillton aiiiioiinces by cablc i;rain hls salo arrlval at Hldnoy, Austra 11a. W'o liail a licavy fro't 011 Monilay aml Tuci1ay inoriilii;, tliat fiozu watur in placos. 'J'he IUack Hawk stock fann N ndvcr tlscd for salo at aiiutlou 011 Tuc.day, May 10. Tlic villagc .scliool, wlth Irs. Scarlc as tcachcr, oiicned 011 Moiiday wlth a full attondancu. Albort Kingslaiid, wlio h attcndlng echool in Middlebury, 1 iek wlth a com plk'.itlon of nniiniis iiud tneaslcs. The purpoiial proiierty belongliig to the estate of the latc .1. S. W'illlanis was dis ))05ed of at auctioii, as advertlped, 011 W'cdnesday. Kev. V. 15. Goodwln, who has prcnched here the past year, U soon to go to other llelda, and liev. Josse ltrown will preaeh to the Methodl't here and ln Shoreham, he haylng reeently bccn ap pointed bv the Trov eonfcrcnec. The Koinp; through the town, as far as rotiKhness 1s eoncerned, could not be worsc. The hlj;hway. ruiinlng north and south have bcen scrapcd and are (julte passablc, but the eross-roads, es peelally that towards Middlebury, i? daniaginK to uiaii a wcll a to horse and vehiele. The road-erarper and a little tlnic thrown in would make a blg show ing in sueh plaees In llllhif; the ruts, sink holes. ete. Cornwall. 1'. X. C'obb, who has bcen slck sinee I last Xoveinbcr, is ablo to get about some I what. j h. Ilall is agaln scen upon the strcets datheriiif; cream for the Joues' butter faetory at Sudbury. Mlss Flora Footc intends to start 011 Saturday for au extcnded trip in the West. She has inade plans to attend tlie national eonvention of Y. V. S. C. 12., to be held at Mluncapolls in .Tuly. She will then go to Colorado to visit hcr brothcr and sisters rcsidin; ther. West cornwall. The teacherand scholars in distriet Xo. 5 spent a part of the forcnoon of Arbor da- rakinj; thelr sehool-house yard and elearitifc up gcnerally. lloy Hingham. who went last fall to Battlo Creek, Mieh., is now in Chieaio, 111., iu the employ of Diekinson Ilaskell, brotherof 15. F. Ha-kell of thls place. Tliere was hlgh wind all day Monday and p.irt of the lollowin nlht and sinee then It has becn eold. On Wedne'day it rained soine, wlth iudleation of snow. MIs Anna Iiinnham arrivcd lioino on Tue-day evenin;; from a trip to Cleve land, where she has been for several weeks with lier unele. I.ueien Hingham, and famlly. Shoreham. C. X. Xorth started on Monday niglit for Xew Vork to purehase goods. Cards are out aniiouneiiig the marriaj'e of Mary Parker and Chet. Sayery, Jlay 12. School opened at Xewton acadcmy on Monday morulng, with Albert Xorton, A. Ii., as teacher. The CoiiKrcgatlonal iiarsonage, having been furuished by the ladies, is now oc eupied by Ilev. Smlth Xorton and wife. Frank litimley, Unlted States distriet attorncy, was in town on Monday look ing up the tltle to a pieec of land pur ehased of John I.eonard by tho goyern ment as a site for a llghthoue on Lake Champlain. Weybridge. Ifiycr i? ipilte Mr. I,. I!ier- i? ipilte ill with in- tlucna. II. II. Iltitibut and wife returned homu on Thttrsday. Ilev. .1. L. Fort has returned and will preaeh next Sttnday, May 10. A. .1. Stow had an attaek of tlie grip last week and also a horse klek, whieli two coinbined eoullued him to hls bed a part of a day. All ate reiptestcd to attend the burying giound meeting this week Saturday evening, May 0. It is proposed to raise a tax for repalrs and Improvemeuts. Frank Uuiibut, formerly of this plaee, but now elerk in tlie post olllee at Proctor, was here ovcr Sunday. He was accompauied bv hls brothcr John and hls father, Col. W. Ii. Ilurlbut. Mrs. Davld P. Ilutiburdof Iiouiid Lake gave a llne talk at tho soelal meeting at the M. 12. church on Sunday evening. Mrs. II. Is very hlghly houored and loved by all who have known her here iu her uatlvc town. On Tuesday W. C. Sturtevant's horse 'Frcd" hroke hls brldle vvhile hltched at tho Huntington homestcad andran hoiuc, a distauee of two aml a lialf mlles. Xo harm came, only a erossbar brokcn jtist as ho entercd the shed at home. Win. Waruer of llorlcon, N. V., was, round dead iu lils bed at hls brotlier's.U Martln Warner, on Tuesday inorning (last. Ile had been vlsltlng hls son at lohuson, Vt., and had been qulto ill there, ut, becoiulng better, he eamc to hls irother's the nlght before, on hls way otne. Ile rctircd at about 10 p. m, I feelliiR soincwhat botter. In the mornltiK, not hcarlng anythlni; from lilm, Mr. U'arncr wcut to hls rootn and ealled and llnaliy opened tho door and fnund hlin dcad. 1 le had uvldently sat down 011 tho bed and inadc 1111 til'ort to teinove hls Vest and fcll ovcr baekwards aero the bed, hls feet restiuj; 011 the lloor. Thero was 110 sljjn of any stntfjgle and hls dcath was undoubtedly Instantaneou. Tclegrams were sent to hls famlly at honie and hls ehlldren at dlH'erent polnts ln thls State. Hls daui;hter from Wal lingford anived 011 the .'I :H0 p. m. traln. Ile 1s sald to have becn a fariner aml au olllclal incmber of the M. 12. ehureh at hls plaee of .'10 years standhif; and very Ciilou In lellKious matters. VERGENNES. rallroad survoy 1 The rallroad survoy i to begln thls week. Dr. l'iliui has moved Into tho Duipietto housc near the eity hall. Obadlah Allen of FerrUburgli has sold to l!ev. P. C. Oayfoot '' acro of land for BVmO. A ehiid of Wllllam Plude and wifo, agcd four weeks, dled on Frlday lat of pncuinonla. Georgo Helter went to Iloston on Mon day and Frank Cobb to Sprlnglleld, Mas., Tuesday. Mrs. II. J. Parker and ehiid of Xew Y'ork are guests at llerrick .Steyens", Mrs. Purker's father. 1. II. Iluek, a watehinan at the lleform school, has rcslgned, aml been sueeeeded bv Cati Itobblns of llutland. hlack & liogers, propriotor of Fultou lnarket, have dlssolved partnorhip. Mr. Slaek will continitc the busliie. Mrs. llairy Adain, who has bcen vN Itlng relatlves on the Paeillo eoat and ln WUconsln, anived hotneon Frlday. Miss Julia Whalen of Montpelier has taken rooius at Mrs. F. W. Coo's and gono into the dressmaklng bushicss. The stcatnor Water I.ily inade a trlp to Votport on Thursday and Saturday of last week. She will begln regular trlps soon. Arbor day, May 1. a fow trees were planted, soine llowcrs wore gathcred b.v tlie school ehlldren and several llsli were eatight. Coles & Bradford of Middleboro, Mass., horse buycrs, purehaed nitie horses here last week, sliipping thetn on .Monday. (.ieorge W. IJradbury of lioston, for merly a rcsident of Vergennes, is stop plng for a few days at tlie Ilradbury homestcad. Ilev. .1. 11. Daniels of Hamilton somin aty, Xew Vork, preached at the Ilaptist ehureh Sunday last, and will preaeh also on Sunday next. .Mlss Hattio E. Steven of Chelsea, teacher in tlie tJraded ehool, lm re signcd. Mi-s A. J. Staey of Ilinesbtirgli is to sticeeed her. G. II. Sprigg Co. shipped a ear of sheep and ealve to tlie l!o-ton market on Frlday, and I). O. Xounan a ear of cow and ealves on Mondav. Lieoige F. O. Kimball of I'.oston, for meiiy a rosident here, anived in town on Saturday for a week's tay. Tho famlly will -pond the summcr iu town. Fred I.add of Milton and Miss Knima Ilindes of Vergennes were married at tho Methodist ehureh on Ttteday at 1 p. in. by the pastor. Ilev. W. P. Itulison. Saturday, market day, butter sold for 22 and 2.'! cents; eggs, 11 eents; dressed uoultry, lli to l." cents; hay, S7 toSS; pork and beef, SO to 8" per hundred. Stephen Bates started for Xew Vork on Monday with three horses for Col. Walter Scrantou, which were purchased of D. II. Lewis, cashier of tho Farniers' national bank. A ineeting of tho stockholders of tho Xew Euglaud Land Imiirovetnent com pany was held at the Vergennes national bank on Tuesday. The iuvestinents are in land at Deeatur, Ala. Itey. Aaron Clark, wife and ehlldren, who have been loeated at tlie llosebud ageney, So. Dakota, for some tlmo. ar rivcd here on Frlday last and ate guests of C. A. Booth and famlly, relatlves. At a llrcmon's ineeting on Thnrday oyeuing it was yoted that the Stevens and Voluutcer Ilose eompanies and the Ilook and I.adder couipany would attend tlie State llremeu's ineeting at Rutland, July I. " The Spy of Shiloh," a military dratna, is to bo given at Sehool-house hall on Thursday, Frlday and Satutday eveniugs of this week. lialf fare on the railroad Is glvcn from Rutland to Btirliugton, iu elusive. C'haiies A. Smlth, aged (19, wa found deail in hls hor.se bara on Thursday morulng of last week. lleart disoase was tlie piobablo cause. The funeral was on Saturday, Ilev. II. G. Pillsbury olllciating. COUNTY AND VlOINITV NOTE8. Leicester people observed Arbor day at tho Corners by settlng out trcos with the object of havlug a park there. It is said that llvo of the slx milcs of tho Bristol rallroad Is ready for tho ralls. i'ies liaye not bcou laid on tho remaludor. Ausel Chadwick, who dled at hls home in (iranvllle Aprll 15 at tho age of SH years, was a resldeut of Hancock for .'10 years, uiovliig thenco to Oranylllo 20 years ago. A deer about a vcar old was found in Urauvllle tho other day sullerlng from wounds eaused by umplng on a barbed twlro leiico. Several deer liavu yardeii hi that vlclnity thls winter. The best medlum Iu Xew England In thlch to advertlso for sunnner boarders tho BostouTranscript. Seud for rates PERSONAL. Sccretary Proctor has becn at hls Ver mont home tlic past week. 12x-Secretary of State Porter of Mont pelier Is on hf way to tho Azores. I lo goes for hl hoaltli, whlch has becn scii ously liiipalieil lor several inonths. Tho olllee of tho Self-Holp and IIoiuo Sttidy, whleh ha been ln lioston, i to be reinoved at oncc to Burlington. Mr. .laines Btickliam, eldet son ot Preldetit lliiekham, 1 oneof tho iubllhers of tho paper. Tho Ciiiclnnattl Kmitilrer thus deerlb nl ('oiigromaii Powers Iu the rcportof the national liepublicau league eonveii tlon: ".litdge II. II. Powers of Ver iiniiit, who may sticeeed .Senator 12d miinds, 1 a sipia're-bttilt man, with Iron giey halr and slde whUkers. He ha the solld look of Wlndom." Tlic Xew York Press ays : "Tliero h a very anlmated dl-cuslon golng on ln Mltmesota over the ijunstloti whether llax and hemp llbre ean lic ral-ed iu that re glon. Mr. C'harles X. Bell, a incmber of tho Mlmiesota iegislature, who has Intro dticed a blll to givo a bounty of two cents per potind to nneotirage tlu manufaetiire of blndlng twino iind tho raishig of llax and hcinp, Is o eonlidelitof the liittirc of the textile fabrio businos in Mlnnosota tliat in liecctnber lat ho sent a bale of 112 pounds of llbre, prepared by Mr. llosso of St. Patll Park, to a large lllien iulll in Bclfast, Ireland. His faith lias been conllrmed bj- recelpt of a ietler from the manttfacturers 'aying that tlie prodtictlon of llbre for shlpnieut to Ire land should be undcrtakon on a large seale ln Mlnnesota. The 112 pound of llbre sent was dressed down toS.1 potinds, and thus prepared had a valuo of 0.") Knglish inoney, or $'A2 per ton. The llncii prodtiets of thls lot of llbre will bo forwarded to St. Patll as soon a possi ble." The Mr. Bell mcntloiu'd by the Press is a Middlebury boy. whotn uiany of our readers kliow.'lle grnduatcd froiii tho college ln the clas of itc. A Strike at Barre. Xearly 100 grauite fiuarryimui are out on strike at Barre, tho eause belng thelr employers refus.il to discriinlnate between unlou and non-unioii workmen. If the strike holds on it will throw 2000 grauite cutlors out ol ctnploynieiit. Prc sciit Indlcations aro that tlie diiVerence.s between the employers and thelr nien will bo adjiistcd ainicably. BOARD OF TRADE NOTES. The pcrsoiis desiring to start a paper mlll were expceted here on Tuesday to look cvur tho town's induectnents, but wrote that they could not both leave home that day. They sald, however, that they would come" at an early day. Tho Massaehusetts maniifaeturor of reed work who, it was thought, might be persuadcd to locate here, writes that he does not on mature consideration belleve lt advisablo to rcmove so far from hls markets. He oll'ors to rocomniend a eompetent tnan to run such a business here, provided loeal capital can be in terested. llutlaiid, St. Johnsbury, Bradford and hls own town of Thetford all want Mr. Chubb, the llshing-rod tnanufacturer who was burned out at Post MilK Thet ford, a few mouths ago. Bradford, it is reported, (dl'ered him 12,000, eah, to come, and Thetford will oxempt him from taxatlon for tcn years if ho will stay iiere. v Smith Still Missino. XV traco has yct been found of Kdward Sinflli, tli Pittsford farmer who dis iipeeared from liittland two weeks ago lasl nlght. Several elues wete obtalned j anll tollowed up, but all proved worllile-s. 1 Two Iiutland nien came up to Salisbury , onjMindav, on tho .-trengtli of inlorina- ti.fn furnlshed by Mr. II. J. Hyde of , thit lo u, and spent the day trylug to j in:ke out somcthiug. But Uiey dld not get miicii satisfaetinn. Thls il'e-eriplion ofj Mr. Miiitli is lurni-liecl liy herill Piiibody ot Kutlatid. wlio has ,ul eliarL'O 1 otIhe search: "He i- about -12 year- old, 1 thlti; set, about ." feet 10 inche-, wclghs' about 200 poiiuds, liead bald on tnp, darl inustaebe streaked witli gray. He wore a blaek sliH'hat, rouml tni; blaek sult, dark overcoat, light wclght; congre-s shoes, white .ldrt. blaek necktlo and dlamond piu. His undersliirt was drali gauze, his drawers white of liglitisli woight, his stockings white and ribbed at the top. Ile wore llnen culls, sio Xo. 11, stamped "Direetorof the Mint;" turn dowu llnen eollar, size 174, white llnen shlrt, eollar 174." EXTRAORDINARY WEATHER. The weather the past week has becn as notoworthy for its unseasonable cold ness as was that of the preceding three weeks for its warmtli. It snowed on Saturday and on Tuesday and Wednes day. Hcreabouts it melted whcn it fell, but up on the mouutaius tliere wero three or four inches of snow on the ground on a iccuiit morulng. Sunday night and again Tuesday nlght thero wero liard Irosts, whieli, it is feared, damaged the buils on fruit trees. Tno low temperaturc was not pecullar to thls reglon. A speeial weather bulle tln from Washington say unusually eold weather prevailed Tuesday inorning throughoitt the eutiro northern part ot ilie conntry east of tho Mlssotn i aud Mis sissippi rivers, tlio liuo of freelng tem peraturo extcnding from southern Maine westward tlirough westurn Xew Vork aud northern Ohlo atut includiug tlie States of Micliigan, Wiscoiisin, Minne sota and X'orth Dakota. Iu sotitheastern Mlehigau tho tcinperature was the low et on record tor this season of the year. Sevure frosts aro reported throughout theso regions, probably causiug consid erablo injury to fruit and early vegeta tlon. A X"ew Jersev weather sharp predlcts a snowstorm ln Xew Kngland May 2S. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. CARD OF THANK8. WowlshtouxprcMonrliuartlclt thanks to tho HflKhbors and irlcmls who so klmlly afisteil ln carliiB lor onr latliur and motlicr diiilm? thelr llhiess, nml aNo lor thu liiany thonnlitlul seivltus luiidurod alter thelr deuth. Mit. anii JIiis. K. J. Ol.MTni. Mii. AM) Jlns. ni:oiiui: hiiRi.nox SalWniry, Vt., Aprll -20, Hul. DR. W NEXT VISIT Dr. GnKO will by f.peclal t'pquet vislt tho lollowlnijplacus,aci hu wnsunablu to see all who sotinht hls ald at his receiit vlsit Middlebnry, Addison llonse, Weilnenlay, -May 20. Verfmies, Stevens Hoiise, Thursday, Jlav 21. llurllngton, Vnn Xi-ss, Krlday, May 22. Montpelier, I'avillon, Satuniay, May 23, un 111 noon. Fishing Tackle. A full assortnient of all grades and prlces, includiug Split Bamboo Rods FIIOM 8.", D0WX-, Wood Rods OF EVEIIV VAIHETV, Reels. A FULL L1XE. Lines. SILIC, LIX'EX AXD COTTOX. Hooks. Flies, Baskefs AXD EVEHVTHIXO A FISIIE11MAX XEEDS. GIV12 ME A (ALL, C. F. KICH. TIm' It'.sxciii'r-IMorfiiii Stallion Ilred aml ownud by W. II. IlniUtccl, We-t Ilrldport, AdilUon C'onuty. Vt., will maku tho presunt benson at thu taliln ot V. C. Itralsted, at Iliiiliiort VllhiKu, Vt., on thu lllui'k Hawk Stock tarm. Season to eloso Aunst 1. TunnsilOto W'nrrant. Marcs dUposed ot will bu cousldcreit iu loal. II11U iluu Maivli 1, HH. llrllllant was lonh'd iu lSSd, stamls 1.1-2 lian.ls nml wuiifhs 1(100 lbs.j color, a beautltul bay wlth blaek polnts. white nnklus behlml, nlco inane nml tull; caiinot bo surpassed lor stylo nml bcnuty by nny. Ho Is nltnost snro to trausmlt to his otrsprliiK nta yliiff iunllties ot tho lilgliest dut?rce, ns ho possesscs an nbnn. danco ol pluck and onduranco. Ho was slred by Manchester by Wnldo by Messenprer Dnroo by Ilysdyk's Hntnblutonlan by Abilallnh by Muiubrlno Chlcl by luiported fus3en(;or. Dum, Kato by Ilalley Horsoby Myron rorry, 2 -21, by SniHh's Younu Coluiiibus by C'olmn bns; urancl iliun by llerrick Horso by lllll's Illack Hawk, Kiuat cninililum by Smlth Ilorsu by Illshop's llumbletonlnii by Iinpor ted MosseiiKer. V. 0. IlltAlSTKD. Uridpoit, Vt., May 8, 1801. 0ALESMEM O-WANTED-ll To canvass lor salu ol N'ursery stock. Mendv Kinploviiient (inarautei'd. SAI.AltV .1X11 i:Xl"li.SKS l'AII. Ontllt I'rtr. IGSIui P. W. CHAS13, Augusta, Maino.