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MIDDLEBURY KEGISTEK, APKIL 14, 183.
Vol. LYIII AMONG- THE 'NEW WE SHOWING Is a new line of Intants' Slips, Cloaks and Embroiderecl and Hemstitched Flannel Blan-kets. L W miii The new Four-Button Rus- sian Gloves in Navy Blue. A full line of the W. B. Corsets, in Black, White and Drab, irom 50c to $1.75 a pair; also, the C. P. and P. D. Corsets from $1.75 to $3.00 a pair. E. P. CUSHMAN. Middlebury, Yt., Mar. 29, 1S93. The subseriber begs Ieave to ofl'er to tlie f-irmers of this eounty and state the JUSTLY GSZjiSBRATSB v ii n i i i ii x i lour attention l called esprelally to thc following points in thelr makc-up whleh rendcrs them KASU IX llANDLIXO, N1CHTY OF WOUIC, DKSrilAliLK I5Y LJGIIT DKAUGIIT, THOKOUGI1XI2SS IX AVOKIC AND PJNISII. You haye only to see ihem and you wlll desire one. Onco an owner voti will ndmire. Onee sold thoy icuiiiln sold. Vou can trv before ptirehaslng an'd unless perfectly satlsfactory you will not be asked to buv. Tho subscriiier will call upon you as soon as the season wlll ad'iilt and vou can examine and test for your.'elf. JJoii t lniy before seelng thls plow. Fvery part duplicated, and polnts kcpt ou sale at Boles shop in tliU town. IVIecs below ull others. WKYnmnr.K, Aprll 5, 1S03. Tlilrty-sli Hcroa ot pnsturu lunil on tlie west siilo of the. rond rnnnlnn past tlio IIol. lcy pl.ico lu Cornwall. Kor turtliiir jiar tlcnhirs Inqulru ot C. I). I.uiiu, Agent, .Mlilclie bury, Vt. 4 :tl GRASS SEEDlBAMELOFFLOUlt, We ofler a choicc lot of Grass Seed and Invltc all our custoiners to examine our Btjitoment. We wlll also be pleased to show four kinds of you CLOYER SEED, and will guarantee quality Wc cxpect a car load of and prlce. "SEED OATS" toarrlvc In season for sowlng. Leavo yonr orders and take them from the car. A Uruitcd atnount of Bradley Phospliate ea liand. We sollclt your patronagc. TIIOMAS 8c WEEKS. THINOS ARE THIS WEEK mwm, Tan, Eed and!S"S ' Ctj.1t... IV OTCH PLOWS," jiAsrncTuitEn AST FARNRAK. x. c?. YOUWANT To buy anytlilng from a halr pin to a Comc and scc if our jirlccs are not as low as anybody's. We havo some ot that GRASS SEED left, and you know the prlcc, $2.50 per bushel, is WAV DOWX thls year. A largo Involco of PLOTJE lust reeelved at bottom prlces. Wc havc a largc stock of at prlccs that defy competltlon. GallonH of tho Bost Kcroscno Oll, 50 Conts. 6-REMEMnER T1IE PLACE. DYER & CO. West Salisbury, Vt. Eciti. 2k'! ounty 2?eivs. UniDPORT. Fred C. Crano of Shelburn was In towu over Sunday. The aeow at Brooks' ferry commciiccd rutiiilng on Frlday. Dr. II. L. Townsciid lias inoved lnto the C. 0. Howard house. M. T. Bristol wlll buy hutter at Ben nett's store 011 eaoh Tuesday hercafter. C. II. Frost lius inoveil tohls newlioinc In Middlebury and Theodrre lilchards Ima inoved to the Frost farm. Mrs. Samuel Blxby Is scriously III, the result of u fall on the lec soine tluic slnce. As she ls an ngcd latly, It Is feared sho wlll not reeovcr. F. A. Willlanis fell from a Rcaflold on Frlday, strlking across Iils brcast on n shccp raek and hurtlug hlin so badly that ho was eonllued to thc house for several days. Mrs. l.ucy I'ratt, who has bepii In Ma lone, X. V., for some thne past, returned honic on Wednesday; and Mrs. II. I. Hatnllt'in has returned lioino from I ras burgh, whero sho has been thc past win ter. A soclable uuder thc ausplecs of the I.adles' Sewlng eircle wlll be held at the vcstry parlois on Thursday cvcnlnsr of next week. Procpeds aie for the bcnellt of Mr. and Mrs. S.miuel Searle. All aic eordlully Invltcd to attend. At a mce'lng nf the board of school dl rectors on Tuesday of last week the fol lowing wcre engaged to teaeh the sutii- in In the several distrlcts In town: Mlss Edlth Wocds; Xo. 2, Miss Stella Willlanis; Xo. 3, Mlss Coia Blnls- dcll ; Xo. 0, Miss Gertrude Withcrell ; Xo. 8, Mlss Anna Husscll; Xo. 9, Mlss Effle Dclpla. The spring term of school wlll bcgin on Monday, May 1. Ollver Delpla had rpiltc a serlous aecl dent on Monday. Ile was coming hoinc from Middlebury wlth a load of goods for D. II. BeniiPtt and when ncar thc Fair brldge the team havlng the lead (he was drivlng four horses) beeanic separatcd from the polc team, and thc relns, belng over hls shoulder, draggcd hlin to the grouud. In trylng to relca'c hlniself from the entanglement, one of the whcels p issed over hls rlglit leg, breaking lt near the anklc. Hls rlght haud was also slightly janiined. Ile was taken henic in auother wagon and Dr. Blaisdell was called, who set thc broken meinber. Mr. Delpla is doing as well as could be ex peeted, but lt wlll be some wceks before he will bc able to be about agaln. Cornwall. Mlss Mary A. Mead contlnues nearly the samc. E. D. Searle Is preparing to bulld a barn this season. Fayettc Seailo hns inoved on to the James Stcvens plaee. Tlie steamer at tlie crcainery Is opcr nted evei v Monday on custom creaui. Arthur Battles goes to Bilstol thls wcek to entcr the employ of tht Bristol Mauufactuilug Co. Georgc Bakcr, one of the creamery hands, fxpeets to oecupv the Sliackctt hou-e ihis season. Sugar-inakers are reporting vcrygood results now, although the beginnlug has bcen unfavorable. Mrs. S. S. Galc has gone to Syracuse, X. V., having been called thitlier by tho slekness of her daughter, Ida. IlorscdUtenipcr is gettingqmte severc. Dr. Bond lat wcek lost a line work horsc from its ofl'ects, and others arc in a doubtful comiitlou. At a leccnt busincss nieeting of the debatlug society, tlie following olllcers wcre elceted : IVesident, R. R. Robbino; ylce-presldcnt, J. W. Stevens ; secretary, C. W. Hurlburt; treasurer, J. W. Stevens; exceutive couiniittee, .1. W. Stcvens, II. C. .Jaines, Fayettc Searle; busiuess committce, F. II. Warner. II. ' S. Cobb, J. W. Stevens. The home bclonging to Anios Atwood, whleh he purehaed of Mrs. Marsellles last fall, afier havlng been blown to pieces by the liurileane, was destroyed by llre on Frlday last. Thc famlly were out at the tlme. The hlgh wind so fauned the flames that before It was dlseovered it was past rcdeinption, 1 and the houe, wlth all lts contents, was 1 consumcd. Report says It was well In- surcd. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Mrs. Albert Hunt is falllng. School wlll opeu on Monday next. Mrs. Guyetto of thc Plalns dled on Monday. Mrs. Lafarrer.who has bcen so very 111 wlth pncumonla for thc past two wceks, dled on Tuesday. Willlain Davls, who has bcen in tho Soldlcrs' hoine at Bennington, ls ytsltlng hls son Albert In thls vlllage. John Chanipllu and famlly havo re turned from Massachusetts. Fred I.a roclc has also returned wlth hls famlly. Tho Kpworth lcague held a busiuess and soclal nieeting on Wcdnesday eve nliig, Aprll 5, at the home of Mlss Clara Chapman. Thc cxauilnatlon of tcachcrs was held at tho school house iu dlstrlct Xo. 2, Aprll 10 and 11. Thero wero but a fow tcachcrs prcscnt. Mra. Woodcock, who llves wltn her son, Alinon Woodcocu, on Xorth strect, and has beon qultc alnrmlngly III, Is thought to be bettcr. There wlll bo no scrvice at tho Motho- church Aprll 10, as the pastor ta to at- Thc Sunday school leaguc nieeting wlll bc Monkton. U'ashburn has inoved to tho Jamc9 Iloro. Kllen Oornall returned Saturday lior homo In Tatinton, Mass., aftcr long vlslt to hcr grandparcnts hcrc. D.inlel Mcador has tradcd farms wlth NVIlllc Suilth. nnd wlll inovc to thc placc lately occti)Ied by Mr. Smltli at the Horo, whllc Mr. Sinllh iiinves to thc Iildgc. New Haven. Tho Ladles' Aid soclcty nict at thelr pnrlors on Wednesday aftcrnonu. Mrs. Kiuma Wlcker and famlly nrc about lcavlng town to tako up thelr res tdenee In Burlington. Wc undcrstaud that Mr. nnd Mrs. J.iincs Hlrd of Hinesburg!! arc dcslrous of returnlug to town to loeatc. Mlss Xellle Mlncrls to tcach thc school tho coiutng sumuicr on Town lllll. She has taught several tciins in the samc dUtrlet. MlssSadlo Maon very pleasantly cn tertalncd a company of her young frlends nt her hoine on Tuesday ovenlng of last wcek. On Kaster Sunday thc servlccs, both niornlng and evenliig, were cspecially approprlatc for the oceasion. The inuslc as well as the church decnratlous werc very line. Jaines Mack, who forincrly lived in town, has a young son who has bcen pccullarly tinfortunate, tho little lad havlng brokcn hls arm, and thc samc onc, four tlmei. He ls treated by Dr. Suilth of Middlebury. Kcv. C. X. Thonias ofllclated at the funeral of Mrs. Colcman, who was burled on Ea3ter Sunday lu thc after noon. Thc servlees werc attended from her home on Munger stroet. Slic was a meinber of the Congregatlunal uhureh in thls place. Miss Lizzie, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hnfus Iletts, Uvlngupon the river, has been troubled wlth inany years, and lt has dc-afnn fnr been tlioiflit bestto tako her to Burlington for ex- ainination, and, it tlie casc is liopeful, for a course of trcatment. Dr. Sutton of Middlebury will havc the pationt in chargc. Major Edward Doud of Sheffield, Ala., who has been tlie past clght montlis lu l'ort Henry, X. V., engaged In the re pairlngofthe Cedar I'olut furnaeeand aUo havlng the nianagliig coutrol of the sanie, spent Monday nlght lu ton in th'j home of hls father, Sylvestcr Doud, Eq., on his rcturn to hls famlly in tlie South. Mr. Doud's reputatlou as an iron-maker is hardly to be surpasscd. He has made thls bulness his lifc's work and has been cmincntly suectss ful in it, arriving at tho top rouud of the ladder. It i' qultc probable he may eome North agaln, as his servlees havc bi;n solieitcd In supeilutencling the woik of liirnace-buildiug iu anoilier part of tlie State. The annual mIloiiary tea, whieli was glvcn by the I.adles' Misslonary society at thelr room? on the aftcrnoou of Marcli !10, was largely attended. A speelal progranime had been piepared for this niecling, whleh was of miicli interest and quite eutertalniug. 'lhe tliauk of fciing envelopes whleh had been pre vlouly dNtrlbuted by our worthy aud clllcient secretarj- werc collccted by Miss 'D.iisy I'otter, and as they were cach depositcd In tho platc an upprop rlate seripturc lext was also glvcn. A handiomc suui was reallz.nl. A pleas ing fcature of the oceasion was the presence of so ina:iy of the young ladles and gcntlcmen. The tables weic flllcd wlth refreshmcuts, abuudant and exeelleut. Our thauk are due thc gcn tleinen for thelr presence and also for thelr voluntary oftcrings. RIPTON. Ira Dow has gone away for tlie season. For tlie llrst tlme In inany years the iec has gono from our streams wlthout brcaklng up. A doe was secn on tlio prenilses of D. P. Mills aud W. W. Bllllngs on Sunday last bv seyeral persons. J. W. Bakcr has purehased the C. tl. jnown rarin, uut wnetiicr lic wlll rc- inovo to It this eeason ls unkiiown as yct. Wo are pleased to notlce that C. E. Gec 13 retuinlng to hls old farm after Beveral nionths' soourn auiong tho Mtddleburlans. C. J. Brown goes to East Middlebury to take possesslon or hls recent purchase therc. He has bcen so long wlth us that i we feel uncomfortablc over tho loss. I Rev. C. L. Lconard preached hls fare I well scrmon on Suudav last, chooslng i for hls text Zecli. xtv., 7 "At evenliig tlme it shall bo llght;" Tho society Ibelng somewhat lu arrcars ou salary, a , speelal cll'ort was made to make the de I llelency good.and 99 was ralsed In about 1 20 minutcs, leavlng tho society wlth a I clear balanec shect. Mr. Leonard goes to confercncc this week Tuesday, and tho peoplo that secure hls servlees wlll bc well served. SALI8BURY. fDetoiioil from lust weok.l It Is tlmo our road coninussloncr was glving our strcets some attciitlou. Mlss Addle Watcrhouse Is vlsltlng In Brandon at her uncle's, Hcnry Glpsou. Mrs. Wlll Bump and chlldren hayo gono for a month to hcr father's homo In Troy, N. Y. tcnd confercncc. and thc Kpworth held as usual. Frank Xelson entcrtnlmd the incmbers of thc choir and a fow f rlonds at hls hoine on Monuuy evenliig. Warm sugar was served. Cliarlcy Hump had thc inlsfortunc to lose a yaluiblu brood in.ira Tuesday. Congestlon of thc lungs was supposed to bf tho cause of diath. Mls Oertrudo Howard slnec hcr re turn from St. Johnsbury has been qultc III wlth bronchltU. Dr. Martin of Mid dlebury has bcen lu nttcndancc. Our popular artlst, C. J. Klngsley, has purehased a photograph gallery In Svaii ton and took poi303slon Aprll 1. Mrs. Klngsley does not leavo for a inontli j-ct. An old resldent of the town, Loroiizo Conant, dled instantlyof heart diseaseon tho street last Saturday atteruoon. Tho funeral was held at hls home Tuesday, I!ov. Ii. .1. Barton ollljlatlug. Eastcr Sunday was observcd at the Congrogatlonal ehureli wlth approprlatc servlees. Tho choir, assisted by I'rof. Deinlng and wlfe, rendcrcd iultean clab orato muslual programme. Tho lloral decoratlons were tasty and profusc, Mrs. H'eeks furnlshlug the pottd plants. VERQENNES. The funeral of Jolm Connors was held at tlie Cathollo church on Frlday. Thc Dr. llopkius tarm wlll be manag ed tlie comlng year by Dustln Barrow. A maple-sugar soclable was the pro grannno at the vcstry of tho Methodlst church, Fililay evenliig. Sprlgg aml Co. shlppcd on Frlday 150 calvcs and on Monday acarof ticw-inlleli cows to tho Hoston inarket. Union F.ist-day servlees wero held at tho Coiigregational church on Frlday; sernion by liev. C. II. Ilawley. Gen. E. H. Rlpley and cliildrcn of Itutland werc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlcs E. Parker on Thursday. .Tmlge Ilromley of Castleton and E. A. Morsc of Rutland were In town Tues day. Mr. More is the owncr of tho Fort Cassln propcrty at thc lake. Saturday, inarket day, buttcr sold at I 22 to 2t ceiits ; eggs, 10 cents; cheese, 1 10 ,0 11 cellts; Xo- 1 "Pl'le. Sa a barrcl; 1,01!U0C 'u ' ucnts a uushel. At the annual pansh nieeting of the Kplscopal society, held Monday cvcning. thesc vestrymen wcre elected: C. A. Booth, C. E. Parker, X. .1. Mct'uen, D. II. Lewis, C. T. Pattcn, C. A. Chapuian, W. W. Booth, C. A. Ceipie, S. W. Ilindes, Casslus Warner, Dr. E. W. Slilpmau; wardens. C. A. Booth, C. E. Parker; delegatcs, C. E. Parker, X. J. McC'iien, C. A. Booth. Tlie election of otllelals to scrve tho eity lhe einuing year was held Monday and resulted as follows: Mayor, C. A. Booth, re-elected; alderuien, .1. II. Suilth, J. .1. Barnard, G. E. CaUsc, G. F. Voung, Dr. Willard, A. B. Tuber; city clerk, J. D. Snntli: clty shciilV, Stephen Bates; eomtablc, II. P. Fislier; lNters, T. Mack, F. M. Moulton, George Klugiuau; supiiiluteudent of schooN, F. L. Fi-h; library commlttee, Rev. II. R. Tilus. C. E. Parker, J. D. Sinith ; clty grand juror, A. Wetherbee, F. W. Tut tle, Gen. Grandey. A tax nf S5 cents was voted. At a nieeting of the mavor and alderuien, Tuesday evenliig, F. W. Tuttlc was elected llster in plaee of T. Jlaek, reslgned; P. J. ;aey, supci-Iii- tendcnt ofstreets; C. A. Ilollnagle, su pei intendent of water; F. L. Fish, eol lector;T. .Mack, treasurer; X. .1. Mc Cuen, clnef englneer of llre departnient ; Stephen Bates, chlef of poliee; L. Go dette, W. II. Adann, J. Danycw, speelal poliee. west Addison. Byron Warner has inoved to the Ta treau houo. MlssJulla Drlscoll has inoved to hcr new house on Lake street. Mlss Graee Ralue of Bostor,, Mass., is vi-ltlng rel itlves iu town. Thcre will be no services at the M. E. church next Sunday. as Rey. Mr. Francls is attcnding eonference. Mlss Bertha Sunderland has bcen en gaged to teaeh In distriet Xo. 2, Miss Ella Holeomb iu tlie Vanderhoot dls trlct and Miss Cora Suilth at Townllne. West Cornwall. II. T. Peck has been repalrlu his horse-barn. Mrs. Marla Goodnough ls very poorly. She ls a vletim of the prcvalliiig epldein Ic. Tuesday nlght was our llrst thunder shower; rather a strango experienco wlth snow on thc grouud. Mlss Hattle L. DeLong went last wcek to Battlo Creek, Mich. Sho goes to the sanltarlum for tho beiicilt of hcr hcalth, whicii ls not good. Mrs. Harrlet DeLong, who has been III, but was ablo to bc about the house agaln, was suddenly taken worso on Tucday afternoon, but on Wednesday nlght was morc comfortable. .Mlss Lettle ooster has returned to her school in Saxtou's Rlver, and her brothcr Claudo Is attcnding school In Middlebury, thc school dlrcctors sendlng hiin thcie, as the fractlonal dlstrlct wljcre lie bulonged Ims ceascd operatlons under the new school law becaino thero aro so fuw seliolars In tho dlstrlct. West Salisbury D. Glbson Is down with thc grlp. Henry Hyde Is palntlng up hls houso aud barn. Frank Atwood Is palntlng up hls boat for tho flshlng season. I Clmrllo Atwood has goiic to Leicester to lcarn telegraphy. F. C. Dycr nnd hls wlfe spcnt last Sunday wlth Iricnds In Rutland. Mlss Ann Phelps of Orwell Is stopplng wlth Mrs. Mllcs Ollver for a fow days. Thero wcre two persons baptlzed and reeelved lnto tho M. E. church last Sun day. Wallacc Doud's granddaughtcr ls dan gcrously siek wlth scarlet fcvcr at Bol ton, X. V. W. E. Dyer's sugar house was burncd last Saturday nlght and ull of Its con tents destroyed. The LaJIes' Ald society had a very pleasant nieeting wlth Mrs. Henry Graves on Wcdnesday afternoon. Mlss Ilclen Rayniond of Orwell has couie hcrc to tako charge of her grand fathcr's house, Judgc R. Hcddcn, for the prcscnt. Weyqridqe. Mrs. Mott and the othcr slck oncs arc gettlug on flnely. Thc James creanipry will begln opera tlons in a few days. Rcv. and Mrs. Fort left on Monday for Albany to attend the scsslon of the II. E. eonference. IIo Is cxpectcd to re turn. Some young nien passed through our usually quiet vlllage last Sunday nlght betweeii 0 and 10 o'cloek coininltthig dep redatlons not at all cieditable to them. They bcgan at Mrs. Moody's and took her small gate and deposited it upon tho parsonage piazza. Mr. Fort had not re tlred, and gave eliase, but dld not quito reaeh them. One of them droppcd a very fair whlp, whleh cau be had by the owncr by cnqiihlng at tho post-ofllce. Other damage was done at W. C. and L. C. Sturtevant's and at Thouias Dcwey's. Whitinq. The piekctcl season is booming. Mrs. Clara Brown has returned. The siek seem to be slowly improv Ing. Mlss Xetti'i Pond has returned to Charlestown, X. H. Wm. Senn, who for the past four years has worked for Andrew Webster In Sudbury, has declded to remaln wlth hls father the comlng season. Miss Aliee Kelsey camo home from Concord, X. II., last Saturday nlght aud on Monday inurnliig left for Pittsford, wliere she ls to tcach lu thc gradcd school. The poetssmg. In dainty rliymes, Of stimuipr day and sunny cllinus, Of beauleous maiilen, passmg fair, With witching cyes and wavlng halr, Till, near the end, vou'ro apt to sec "Tis but an lad" for P. F. P.; that is. Pieree's Favorite Piescription, the infallible and guarantecd lemedy for all kinds of feinale weakne.-s, whleh eurcs the ailments of leeble, "ruu-down" and deliilitaled women. and restores them to youtlifiiluess aml beauty onec luore. The riee of llil royal icmedv, Dr. Pii-rce's Favorite Piescription, 'is but 81.01) a bottlc and mnney refunded in every caso if it doesn't give satisfac tlon. See guarantee ou bottlc-u rapper. CoprmcNT IS3I Rather risky tho offer that's made liy the pro pnetors of Dr. Sage's Catarrli Rem cdy. llisky for them. For you, if vou havo Catarrli, it's a ecrtaiiity. Yoii'rc ccrtain to lie curcd of it, or to bo paid 500. That's wliat they offor, and in good faitli they curo you, or pay you, no matter liow bad jour case, or of liow long Etanding. But is it so inucli of a risk? They havo a medicine that curcs Catarrli, not for a tiiue, but for all tiine. They'vo watched it for years, curing tho most hopelcss cases. They know that in your case there'a cvery clianco of success, almost no chanco of failure. Wouldn't any ono tako such a risk with 6uch a medicino ? Tho only question is aro you willing to mako tho tcst, if tho makers aro willing to tako tho risk ? If so, the rcst is casy. You pay your druggist fifty cents and tlia trial beiiis. GARRIAGE MAKING AND KEPA1MNG. IlRvlnni'm-ehtisoU the stock nnd cood wlll . ol V Jl.nint, I aui pnpariMl wlth u flrit class wlu-uln-riKlit nnd blncksuittli to do all Kimis oi repuiriui; iiiui iiutr work to orilcr. Inlsolmvo lor sulo nt low prlces n good llnu ot WHEELSj AXLES, SPOKES, FELLOES, HUBS, TIRES, SLEIGH SHOES, BOLTS, Ironcd 'WJilflletrccs niul Kvcncrs, and smatl goods comiectod with thls buslnpss. All orders Hlvon prompt attoutlou and satls tnotlon guuruntood. E. H. THOMAS. Middlebury, Vt., MarcU iS, 1893. 11