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IfjT&LC.R.R, TIMETABLE ir.iins moving East. Head Downward. Trains moving West. Head Upward. Mail- I Kx'ss Stations. I Mail. Ex'68 a. p. m. 7 10 7 30 7 43 7 51 8 10 8 30 p. m. 6 17 5 57 5 44 5 35 5 12 4 57 6 57 7 17 7 tt 7 35 7 55 8 15 Cambridge Jct. Johnson. Hyde Pakk. iiorrisvtllk. WOLCOTT. IlARDWICK. a. m. 9 38 9 17 9 05 8 57 8 35 8 15 B. & L. R. R. TIME TABLE, Train moving East. Read Downward. Trains moving West. asm l picard. fas. I Ex'ss Stations. Pass. Ex'ss. a, m. p.m. p. m. a. in. 7 35 4 35 BriU.rNGTON-. 8 25 H 05 8 53 6 00 Cambridge. 6 42 8 51) 9 07 6 06 JeffersonVe. 6 S3 943 9 10 fi 09 CAS1B. Jukc. 6 30 940 PROBATE NOTICE. Until further notice be piven the Prtuate Office tor the District of Lamoille will be held at the Jourt House, in Hyde Park, in rooms heretofore wenpied by the Conntv Clerk, where Probate Court will be held on MONDAY of each week. Any ordinary business may lie there attended to tin otner nays ironi iw.su to u.oo A. 31. and from t to a. si) r. jM. Htds Park. Jan. 1st. 1S79. MOR3ISVILLE. John Sheldon i3 in town. Mrs. Peter Mitchell is sick. Gov. Bingham was about Saturday. Ben. "Green is very sick recovery doubtful. F. I Archibald of Woodstock, is at work for Foster. No school at Academy, Friday, it eii Fast Day. Mrs- Earle went to White River Junction, Monday. v Union fast Day services at the chapel Friday forenoon. - Rev. Mr. Howes and wife are on a visit at West Woodbury. D. A. Gilbert is moving into the Hickok bouse, on Union St. Hale's new clerk, Fred Drury, of Johnson, commenced Monday. liev. Mr. Howes has purchased the Patch house, corner Main and Maple Streets. Mrs. E. B. Merriam of St. Johns .bury, was in town last week. Her father, Mr. Dillingham, is quite ill. R. C. Paul has purchased L. B. Boynton's house on Summer St., and will take immediate possession. Price, 1000. . For harnesses there is nothing like "Vacuum Oil." Gates keeps it,and also neet'a foot oil. Ila pays cash for nice spruce gum. Mrs. J. P. Hall, who has been sick so long, has been much worse the past few days, and fear3 are entertained that she will never be much better, W. I. Paul has returned from Col orado Springs, where he has been for the past three mouths. We under stand the climate did not agree with him. Daniel Cole, one of the pioneers of this town, and one of the best men that ever lived, died on Monday last, at the advanced age ef 77 years or Taore. Quite a thunder storm Sunday morn ing about 9 : 30.' Many of our good people were awakened, and thereby vexe enabled to attentl church once more. Sheet' And. pillovr case tlaaee at Burke's Hall, Thursday evening, the vit!i iust.' Any other costume raay be wOrn if preferred. A general invita tion is extended. Iu twenty-tour Lours from Mon day noon to Tuesday, same hour, the boys at the Pulp Mill worked off 10, 100 pounds. This is the largest "grind" of the season. Oscar Waterman, formerly with W. II. Hale of this place, but more re ' cently with Twitched, Chapman & Co., Portland, is now at work for Spencer, Pearl Merriam, of St. Johnsbury. Regular Convocation of Tucker Chapter No. 15., It. A. M., at Mor risville, Frida-, April 7th, at 13 o'clock, a. in., sharp, for work o.i the several degrees. Per order cf II. P. B. A. Calkin3 bas bought the re maining interest iu the Boynton build ing on Portland St., of L. B. Boyn ton, and is filling it up and will soon occupy it for a first-daw grocery store. Use a safe, non-explosive oil in your lanterns. Signal oil used on railroads and in light houses, gives a clear light, and cannot cxploda ; also sperm oil is safe. These oils may be Jiad of A. O. Gates, ij during the services at the funeral of Vr i. "uller,atL.II.lIadIey's,on the22d -i. n was born to Mr. and lars. tut., so ... James llau Mc wUo re hving " "la ana at tae same time saais house, aluable cow. Lucius lost a. a r. w of, "old pens and pencils, boxes or out, also fancy stationery m t of violin strings a complete assortment , .1.- tra - US at- ' Gates', lie keep a.fin f goods and sells as low as the loTst. Jordan Marsh & Co., Lad t tidi ness, recently, to send four catalogues in same mail, addressed as follows: one to Geo. W. Hendee, G. W. Han del, G. N. Ilenden and G. Hender Theirold cider holds out well down there. The masquerade promenade at Town Hall, Friday evening passed oil sue- ; cessfuily. Refreshments wero furn ished by the young ladies. Tliis, to : the gentlemen, was an unexpected feature of the entertainment. They were, however, fully prepared for the surprise. Onr sidewalks arc fearfully bad ItiU spring. The matter of extending tite pU-nk walk on Wolcott St. the whole length of Main St., is now un der euotemplatiou. It would seem only reasonable that more of the highway tax paid by the village, be expended in the improvement of our sidewalks, generally. "To have and to hold" the best class of trade is the laudabie ambition of every wide awake grocer. To attain this end, it is essential that his" stock should include the purest and choicest goods, and as every one knows these goods can always be obtained of B. A. Calkins. Buy your groceries, teas, spices, etc., of him and you will be satisfied every time and always. Read Jiis advertisement. The following question will be dis cussed at the lyceum, Thursday eve ning of this week : "Is the custom of offering prizes m schools and colleges injurious ?" Disputants affirmitive, W. P. Marshall, G. M. Powers ; neg ative, G. II. Terrill, O. D. Sturges. Our Lamoille county boys reached Dakota just in time for t he "blizzard." "Orseme'started out one morning for Buxton, to get some cream tartar and a sack of flour, when the blizzard struck mm ana iroze his face and ears. But this is nothing ; pioneers always en counter hardships. A Card. We hereby tender thanks to the friends who assembled at the Al. li,. parsonage, Friday eve ; who alter a pleasant visit, and lunch of good cake and coffee, expressed their desire for our welfare by leavinsr us means and money to the amount of. Rev. & Mns. C. Wedgewortii The lecture on "Play," delivered by Rev. Mr. Bushee, at the Academy Hall, is spoken of as a Tery interest ing and instructing address. As has been the case upon like occasions this winter, a few of our citizens took the chances and ventured out. W understand Rer. Mr. Barnes has been invited to deliver the next lecture He has already made a favorable im pression here, and we certainly hope we may bear from him. Daniel Sabin has sold the piece of timbered land that he reserved in his sale to Mr. Durkea, to Willard II Stone, which makes a very nice and convenient little wood lot of between four and live acres, for Mr. Stone. It joins his farm and help3 to make the place very desirable property. The Creamery Co. are looking with long ing eyes to the ever-living spring on his farm, and inquiring for price, etc., but Mr. Stone thinks that the price will be the price of his farm, which he offers to sell. HYDE PARK. No school Friday. ' Sleighing is p'ajed out. Another boy at Terry Finuegan's Bert Cralie has returned to Stowe, Etta Wood of Jetl'ersonville is -in town. School is " half out" to-day, (Wed nesday. "The loveliest season of the j'ear" is upon us. Ned Noyes has tomato plant3 five inches high. William Page is visiting his children in Burlington. Mr, Bushnell was able to preach again last Sabbath. About eleven dollars were realized from the sugar party. II. II. Howes, cleik for C. S. Page, is off on a short vacation. Mrs. Archibald Dwinell, from Eden, visited this village recently. Dr. Bliss will board at P. C. Cleave land's after the Elder leaves. Another beautiful motto now adorns the vestry the work of Crandall. The thunder last Sunday was quite heavy, causing windows to rattle. t i - .- r - . i Wm. C. Maxfield seems to be en joying the fine mornings by riding out. Mrs. J. S. Whitney left for her new home in Johnson, Tuesday morning. And now William Lucas has taken unto himself a " better half." See notices. Special town meeting next Saturday at 1 p. m. The tax-payers should be present. Mrs. Sarah Martin Cross returned to her borne in Lake City, Minn., last week. - Miss F. E. Beecher has been absent from town the past few days, enjoying a short vacation at home. Don, Doty was taken to his home from Mr. Strong's last Wednesday, and js we are glad to learn improving in health and strenth. A subscription paper has been cir culated through the town to raise funds to buy a cow for Cbas. Whit comb, who lost his recently. "Adna" shot his doar Saturday. If he had dispatched a dozen or two more at the same time bo would have conferred a favor on humanity. Telephone fever is raging. A move ment is on foot to establish a line to Eden Mills, via North Hjde Park and Eden Corners, and possibly Centre vine. Miss Emily Pike, of Stowe, lias been in town the past few days, called hith er by the illness of her mother, who has been seriously ill, but is now some what better. Geo. Clement, Esq., of Morehead, Minn., for twenty years or more a tanner at West Berkshire Vt, is at present in the employ of C. S. Page, being connected with his calf skin business. Owing to Friday being Fast-Day, the lyceum will be held on Thursday evening. The subject for discussion will be, "Resolved, That women are stravaaant than men.' Doubt less the attendance will be large. The school superintendents of the several towns in the county held meeting at this place Tuesday. M. J. Leach of Wolcott was chosen chair. man and II. M. McFarland secretary A list of questions was prepared, and Ami! 29 and Nov. 18 fixed as the time "i for holding examinations. Last Saturday being April 1st. a good deal of "fooling" was indulged in by our people, of which fact many are doubtless aware. But the best and most successful "sell" of the day was that which asrain proved "Where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be wise. For full particulars enquire f W. II Varnuni or W. Y. Bliss. The public money ($0G2.95) for this town has been divided among the sev eral districts as follows : No. 1, $47.49 ; No. 3, $34.38 ; No. 5, 45.0G ; No. C, 10.23 ; No. 7, $50.08 ; No. 8, $68.34 ; No. 9, 8-16.10 ; No. 11, $35.97; Jmo 12, 8128.76 ; No. 13, 845.70 ; No. 1G, 841.74; No. 17, 839,50; No. 18, 839.54. S. B. Meacham has decided to go West, and so offers for sale at auction a lot of household furniture, real es tate, &c. The sale will take place next Monday, and will be positive. See bills. Joseph LaPage left Tuesday even ing for Larimore, Dak., called there by a terrible misfortune that has be fallen his son Philip. It appears that another son, Edward, has taken up some land about nine miles from Lar imore, and in order to hold it, it was necessary to occupy it. Philip had been stopping on it, and on the even ing of March 23d started to go to Larimore. He had not proceeded far before he was overtaken by a blizzard, lost his way, wandered about all night, and in the morning found himself about eight miles from either of the above places. By thi3 time he was almost frozen, but continued traveling until overcome by exhaustion he laid down in the snow. In this condition he was found only about thirty rods from the house from which he had started the previous evening. Both feet and legs were badly frozen and he seemed 10 De almost dead. it is feared he will have to lose one or both feet. JOHNSON. Union Services on Fast Day, will be at me iuetiiouist church, with a sermon by itev. air. rupper. O. & A. II. Buck have rented Jewett & Stevens' steam mill, over iu Victory, for a year, and are going to run that iu ad dition to tneir own mills here. F. II. Waterman ot the St. Johnsbury Academy, and Bel Huntington of the Vermont. "Lniversity, have each been speuding short vacations in town. The Ladies' Mission Meetinar will be neiu at tne rooms ot Uowles S lase. next aaturuay atternoon. Frank Lcland has been appointed school committee ot the village district. Now bring on jour "sisters, cousins and j-our aunts." Will Baker is moving to East Fairfield, where he is to open a photograph saloon The sugar party Friday evening, net- ivu aooui, unity uounrs lor uie .noruiaj school library. There were a good many tnere, ana everybody seemed to enjoy tnemseives. Mrs. E. P. Carpenter returned from her visit to I aimer, Mass., Saturday. The wreck train from St. Johnsbury, worked a day and a half, last week, at the smash-up," before they got the en gine hauled up and ready to take to the repair shop. 1 he engine was the "(jov eruor," and the best one on the road, She had lost her smoke stack, cab and forward trucks : so that she was in a sor ry plight when she returned. Engineer Miller is doing well, but will not be able to get about on his injHred foot for sever al weeks. We have three butter buyers from abroad, now, and the fourth will be along soon. There is probably just about but ter enough bought here to make it proht able lor one of them. Normal school has two weeks more on this quarter. Sugaring has fairly begun, and a verv light crop )s predicted. March 31st, we received 25 cents to pay for the paper to April 1, but no name signed, uive us your name. jsds. On Tuesday atternoon and evening, April 11th, the ladies of the Baptist cliurcli and society will bold a maple sugar festival at the vestry of the church. Supper will be served at the usual hour. and the usual price. Sugar 10 cents. All will be made welcome. CADY'S FALLS. The Ladies' Picnic Sewing Circle will meet at the residence of C. C. Dodge, next Thursday afternoon, April 6th. A dance iu the evening at the old hotel hall, is a pari of the programme. K. C. Paul has been engaged to furnish the music. A general invitation is extended. Mr. Lemair, onr excellent miller, has taken a short furlough to the city of Bur lington, Sam Clark is off like a fly from a mus tard pot, with another ear load ot pota toes. Mrs. Cbeneyis visiting relatives iu Mont- pelier. Mr. Manning has leased the brick house of H. J. Town, which makes a double tenement for the accommodation of his help. Miss May Clark, the efficient clerk ot the Cady's Falls Insurance Agency, is af flicted with inflammation of the eyes. She is improving under Dr. Bronson's treat ment. Ii. L. Fairbanks, our committee man. has so many applications from pretty school marms, to teach our village school, that his head is nearly turned. It is very difficult to choose from so much beauty and accomplishment. The boss way to break up a setting hen is to cut her head off and eat her for Sun day dinner. We have tried it. We have a real accident to chronicle thi3 week. Azro Durkee is the victim. lie was thawing out a pipe with a kettle of hot water, and slipping on the ice he spilled the contents of the kettle upon ins wrist and baud, and that uselul mem ber is badly disabled. Fred Dow has run the telephone wire from ilyde Park to Morrisville. It runs right back of our house, and we proposed to hitch on, that we might know some thing of what was going on outside of this little burgh. Morrisvillians were all agreable, and terms were easy ; but not so witn iiyae 1'arK. several startling objectionable theories were advanced. The most plausible is jthat he Morrisville end is a good deal the biggist, and Hyde Park will have all that it can do to bear the strain, and with the heft of Cady's fans near tne center, it might cause a sag. and topple the village over, as it has a strong leaning this way. So we remain in ignorance of what is going on at arm's length, unless Sam Clark and Judge Wat erman will lend their voices, which com bined would distance the telephone by more than ten miles. WATERVILLE. On Frlday lastBetsey Twiss died of pneumonia after the short illness of one week."". She was one of the oldest persons in town, being 87 years of age. Her fath er was one of the nrst settlers of this town.' The funeral services were held at the church on Sunday afternoon, being conducted by llev. G. L. Story. . . Mr. David Wilkey, of Rock Island, P. Q., was a guest of the Mountain Spring House last Sabbath. E. E. Miller, late clerk for Mr. Noyes, of Hyde Park, i now at home. Ed is one of our yery best boys. J. D. Scott has sold his farm on the Bakersneld road to C. Child for $1500. The last quarterly conference for the present year was held at the church on Monday last, at 2 o'clock, the Presiding Elder being present. The quarterly meeting was neiu on sunuay, itev. J. C Langford conducting the services. Joel W. Page of our village has bought the Heath farm and village lot and dwellings at Jeffersonville. Price, $3,000 A very pleasant company of 120 or more persons assembled at the hotel on Tues day evening, March , to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs. S. It. Miller. The party hailed from Johnson, Cambridge, Fairfax, Bur lington, Belvidere and a goodly number from our own town, or old, middle-aged, and young. Instrumental music consist ing of organ, violin and guitar, with a chorus ot both mam enu female voices, added much to the evening's enjoyment. An elegant supper was prepared for the occasion. Among the guts we would mention a fine hanging lump, lounge and silver caster, which were presented by Rev. G. L. Story, with a response by Mr. Miller. Two poems were read, which were very appropriate lor such a gather ing. It was an enjoyable time tor all present, and will long be remembered. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry cures Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough,' Croup, Inllucnza, Consumption, and all diseases of ' the Throat; Lunge and cnest. ou cents auu 91 a uoiue. 9-52 ly EAST FLETCHER. Butter a little firmerlast week. Prices paid ranged from 35 to 40; eggs, It. About two tons maple sugar and syrup were shipped Monday on the stock train. A pigeon was seen near" the station Sunday last. The first that has been seen for some time. Robins and late spring birds have made their appearance, and all things point to an early summer. About one-fourth of the sugar has been made thus far that was made last spring at this time. Several "Climax" doctors are in town, trying to perfect arrangements by which they can successfully syrup olf in them. A good dose of the Bellows Falls ma chines will fix them. Thomas Morse and Geo. Patch came near losing their sugar houses by fire last week. It seems to be going the rounds. Gideon Wood, late of the far West, has returned, and says he will remain here as long as he lives, .'"for all" living in the western country. Mr. Green, better known as "Posey," has been buying largely of soda of late, lie got it of "Stewart. Quite a number of L. Blaisdell's friends made him a birth-day visit on April 1st. A general good time was enjoyed. Some say "Ike" lost the road coining home, and was picked up about 3 o'clock a. in., near "Jersey Peak." A sharp thunder storm visited this place Sunday a. m., during which, light ning entered the milk-room of Daniel Gray, where Mrs. G. and sister were skimming milk, throwing them on to the floor senseless for a few minutes, but they recovered, still it was a narrow escape. No traces of the bolt could be found in the room. The other members of the lamily were sitting in the kitchen and felt nothing of it. J. C. Currier is soon to return to Greens boro, to saw wood there, as it is more necessary to keep wood on hand thi-rn thai) here. NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Sunday morning had the first thunder shower of the season. Quite heavy thun der, but little rain. District Xo. 11 says it will have a sclioo this year if it has to hire scholars. Our committee thinks he has secured the services of Miss Sarah Blood for the summer term. , The man that picked up a package of coffee last Saturday has concluded be?! not to look any lurther lor tne owner. ; This vicinity is now having the service i of two music teachers, miss JSelue llaw ley has just commenced as a teacher of music, is well quanhed, and almost sure to meet with success. Miss Augusta Boomhowcr was elected superintendent of schools in Fletcher at the last annual town meeting Xow if that office is of any earthly use (as many claim it is not) it will be made known. Stephen Hopkins has a project in con templation, of starting a good templars' lodge or temperance chid in this vicinity. All are temperauce people now, only for a little sweet cider. The "Climax" evaporator men were iu this vicinity last week, giving instructions to their customers how to manage them, also as to the construction of their arches, Some were dissatisfied with some points claimed by the company, but they seem to have cleared them up satisfactorily. SHELDON. Thomas' Hall was filled last Thursday evening. The occasion was an entertain ment given by the Congregational Ladies' Aid Society. Tableaux and maple sugar. A. union service is to be held on Friday of this week (Fast Dav), at the Episcopal church. :V. union Easter service will be held next Sunday eve. at the Methodist church. (, Congregational and Methodist. Trade is very brisk at the stores, as well it might be, considering the price of butter. Sheldon poor house has fewer inmates than usual at this season of the year. Influenza is the prevailing disease. A few cases of pneumonia. Not very much maple sugar yet . EDEN. B. W. Fuller hus returned to Dakota. We march-ed out'at iSie rate of CO miles an houp. Every man has to hold up his right hand this year. The listers began Saturday to make the appraisals. Miss Abbie Campbell is teaching the Spring term in district 14. J. T. Stevens has finished off a grist mill at Eden Mills, and is now prepared to grind all kinds of provender. The mill has been provided with a corn crack er. A large number of the friends and rel atives gathered at the house of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stone, Monday eve., to cele brate the 10th anniversary of their mar riage. After leaving over 50 worth of presents, they departed for home ; having enjoyed a very pleasant time. VILLE AND BORO. R. Brush is building a new meat-mar ket underneath his old drug store. Mr. Steinhour and Paul Jones have ar ranged a partnership in the meat business, and will control the new meat-market. - The following card of thanks was clip-' ped from a paper called Ford County Globe, at Dodge City, Kansas : Card of Thanks. We would extend onr hear ty and sincere thanks to the many friends who met us at the train when we arrived from conference, giving us so cordial a welcome; also, to those who gave us so pleasant a call at our home on Wednes day, and lor the substantial tokens which they left of their good will. And we pray that the blensing of Uod may rest upon each and all. ANSON S. IJUZZELT.. Florence K. Ulzzem,. Mrs. Henry Thomas I3 sick. Half price for 30 days ! J. Parker, formerly of Morrisville, will open rooms at Cambridge Boro for a short time, and make photographs at the following prices: Card photo's, per half dozen, $1.50; former price. S2.00, Card photo's per half dozen, 62.00; former price, 3.00. Card ferrotypes, -4 for 50 cents. Larger photo's at correspondingly low prices. To start trade at once he will give to all persons having negatives taken within 30 days, a dozen card photo's for the price ot a half dozen, $1.50. All negatives retouched and finished in the latest styles. He will remain in town for a 6hort time only. Call and see samples of work, at rooms opposite the Metho tljst church. Mr. W. Jf. Scott has engaged a new blacksmith, and will commence work m his shop tlus week, "Friday, at eleven o'clock, a union Fast Day scrvioe will be hold In the old Con gregational church. All arc invited to attend and faithfully heed the proclama tion. Mr. St. John has moved Into rooms over Wallace Parker's law office. The "boom" in our butter market seems likely to continue "all summer" as it has during the past winter. 259 tubs and packages were bought on the last two Saturdays, at prices ranging from 33 to 43 cents per pound. Mr, Winchell, acting express agent and baggage master on the B. & L., thought he could find a more congenial employ ment, and cast his mantle on the brisk young . shoulders of Mr. Shinville, of Burlingtor, who made h is first trip on Monday. The ice is clear from the Lake at Bur lington, and boats can now pass to any of the usual points of business. Mr. Henderson had a wonderfully prov idential escape with only a few scratches and bruises, as ho was attempting to moderate the force of the unavoidable concussion, as his broken train near Jeri cho, came rushing together, and standing on the rear platform of the front car, was thrown by a sudden lurch down the bank 15 or 20 feet. He is, however, laid up for a few days. We wish him a safe and speedy recovery. PLEASANT YALLEY. Charles Prior has burnded up a mess of syrup. N. Safford ditto, also the pan. Wood cutting is completed on C. Prior's lot of 70 acres. Laura Duffy I3 engaged to teach oir school. The district will soon have a meeting relative to building a new school-house. District No. 8 (Hiram Dickinsoirs), are discussing the same subject. Dennis Buker now has the contract to carry the mail to Cambridge, three trips each week. . WOLCOTT. J. T. Jones has taken a partner in the mercantile business, it being his brother E. F. Jones, and the firm will hereaf ter be known as the Jones Bros. Ed having had experience as a salesman, and being pleasant and courteous, this addition to the firm will doubtless prove beneficial J. T. Jones will go oil Tuesday, to Port land and Boston to buy his spring stock of goods. The Wolcott Steam Mill Co. are clear ing away the old machinery to ship to St. Johnsbury and will rebuild their mill as soon as possible. The listers met at the town clerk's of fice on the 1st inst., and looked pretty cross, which is a warning to those who fail to make out their inventories to stand from under. Geo. A. Dailey leaves on Wednesday, for Burlington, lowa, where he will re main for a time, provided he likes the country. The Methodist society will build a par sonage this spring nsar the residence of S. A. Fife. A new scliooi nouse is tone uuut on East Hill, and the timber is on the spot for that purpose. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Tillotson .were invited to the residence of L. A. THIeson, on Monday night of last week, and all enjoyed a huge tune. The officers elect of school district Xo. 3. are as follows: Moderator. M. J Leach; clerk, M. S. Burnell; prudential committee. P. A. Stevens; treasurer, Ii F, Parker; collector, A. E. Phillips; auditors, v . u. tjtratton, xi. l.. Stevens, F. II. Strong. Some of our merr3r men have lit out. Cause : the awlul inventory. The funeral of Miss Mattie Gliynr was attended at the residence of ht'i- l';si :ur. Karl uuver, on aaturuay last, a large cir cle of Iriends and neighbors being pres ent to pay their last tribute of respect to the departed, and to offer a kind word of sympathy to the parents in tna time ol their sad ana unexpecteu Dereavemcur. Ira Blodgett started for Boston on Monday morning test with a car load of potatoes. '., Z" "' " r: Jamason, of the Swauton Sentry, was iu town Saturday.la'st. STOWE, C. O. Brigham, of Derby, was in town last week, attending a justice court. The tannery at the lower Village under the special supervision of E1 Webster, is rapidly nearing completion. The spacious hall, 45 x 90 feet, furnishes a place for a .Judication ball, and is under advU-m'int. Many of the public schools are alrcady cngaged, applicants being very nuniei'oti.i. The Rev. W. L. Anderson, a graduate of Yale Theological Seminary, spoke from the desk of the Congregational church on Sunday last, and will also speak therefrom Sunday nest at the mnal hour. The burial services of Mrs. Setii Fuiier occurred on Wednesday, An Easter service will be held at Unity church next Sunday, at the usual hour. The young people are cordially requested to be present. j EAST ELIWIORE. Nat. Nelson is very sick. Herbert Bills ha 3, moved back to East Elmore again, There are quite a number sick with the diphtheria. f Rev. M. Ryan preached here last Sab bath, lie has a host of friends here. The M. E. Quarterly Conference for the last quarter of the present conference year, will be held at the school house on Thurday evening of thin week, at 7 o'clock. Geo. A. Morse, our enterprising lumber man, is putting in another water wheel for additional power, Messrs. White and Hubbell doing the work. He has a large stock of logs to saw out this year. Mr. nubbcll has' sold his butter-tub machinery to a man by the name of Sabin. If you want a White, or Singer sewing machine, call on F. B. Morse. He is also agent for the celebrated Mason 1 Hamlin and Estey organs; ami, what is more, it vou want your buildings or property in sured, he will be pleased to do it for you. HARDW1CK. Joshua Watson died on Monday after noon ot Heart disease, ins health had been gradually failing since the death of his wife, onlyjafew weeks ago. Sir. Tlibi'Jvi iJWWiviy." fc!ft-CiitHl tho Centennial House and will move hero this week. The house will be repaired and refurnished in season ifor- summer board ers, and all those that want to come and get the benefit of the mineral spring near here will lind this a good house to stop at, and prices reasonable. LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, the great medicine for the euro of all complaints, is the jjreatcat strenglhener of the back, stomach, nerves, kidneys, urinary and genital organs of man and woman ever known. Send for circulars to Lydia E. Pink- ham, Lynn, Mass. 19w2 The breaking down in health of the majority of our women before middle life is one of the unfortunate features of our way of living. There are but few sound women among us, but much of their terrible suffering. niay be cared by the use of Dr. Hardy s "Woman s Friend." 19w3 J3 01i. IIADLEY. In Morrisville, Mar. 29, a 9-pouud son to Mr. and Mrs. James iiacuey. WILT.UR. In WnterviUc, March 28, a son to Mr. ana Mrs. is. 1. Wilbur. MANX. In Waterville, April 3, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ueoi II. Ma jn. HURL HURT. In Hyne Park, April 1, IS-, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Park M. liuriuurt. FINSEGAN. In Ilyde Park, April 4, 1S82, a son ro mr. ana Airs, xerreuce riimugau. MARRIED. LUCAS FOWLER. At North Hyde Park, Mar. zoin, oy rtev, 11, r . neeier, air. v luiaiu lucas of Hyde Park, and Mrs. L. E. Fowler of Hyde Park. 1 PERKINS STONE. At Hardwick, March 18th, at the home ot Hie bride, Dy Kev. A. scrihuer, Cico. J. Perkins -of Walden, and Miss Jennie M. Stone of Hardwick. KUS1C MAXFIELD. At Hardwick, by the Rev. A. Scriunerj pn Mar, 2 , Mr. Hyron K. hu sic and Cliinena . Maxlleld, both oi rolcott. PARKS DAY. fn Bristol March 17th, by Klder Sargent of New Haven, Mr. John Parks of New Haven, and Mils V'ora Day of Hristol. MINER MANNING. In Cornish, N. II., nt tho residence of the bride's cousin, Henry A. eld, by Rev. James T. Jackson, Mauasseh Miner of Mystic Bridge, Conn., anl Mrs. Alice t. Man ning of Morrisville, Vt. DIED. GUYEIt. In Wolcott, Mar. 30, of pneumonia, Martha A- daitglgof -t art Gayer. TWISS, In Wateifill, March 31st, of pneumon. ia, Betsey Twis aged 87 years. CI RRIER In Hydo Park, Mar. 22, Miss Vinnic Beele, aged 13 years, da lglitor of Harney M. and Myra A Currier. " W e may clasp the loyed one faster. And plead lor a little while; Hut who can resist the Muster? And we read by the brightening smilo, That the tread we may ne t hear, Is drawing surely near." FOR SALE ! Meat Business fos Sale. Having gone into the lumber bnsiness, I will sell the meat trade in. Morrisville and adjoining towns. There are two nice parts, one new 40 gall, farmers' boil er, a large stock of excellent ice, also scales, saws, knives, meat cutter, benches, etc., that can be had if want ed. AVill sell or rent the slaughter house on reasonable -terms. This is a good chance for one or two men, as there are not less than seven villages within easy reach, rind the trade is mostly cash, and ean easily be made all readv paj Any one who wishes for this chance can have one of the best places in town now for a market, and had better attend to it immediate ly, as several parties are talking about it, and it is time something was done, as people are in great need of tlie meat, and some are sending 40 or 50 miles to get it. Terms liberal. For further particulars call on C. G. or A. Whitney, Morrisville, Yt. Partnership Dissolution. The co-partnership heretofore existing and do ing business under the llrm name of J. T. Jones & Co., is hereby dissolved, and the business will be hereafter conducted under the llrm name of Jones Bros. J. T. JONES & CO. Estate of Fernsindo C. Lord. NOTICK OF SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont, District of Lamoille, m.ln Probate Court, held at Hyde l'ark, in said district, on the 3d day ( f April A. D. : O. M. FlTCll, Administrator of the estate of leiiiiindo C. Lord, late of Johnson, in said dis trict.deceased.presentshiiadministratiou account ior examination and allowance.and makes applica tion for a decree of distribution and partition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon, it is 01- ..v..v,v. .j b uMi Bain jiranim anu sam ap plication be referred to a session thereof to be held at the Probate Uffice, in said Hyde Park, 011 the 21 t!i day of April, A. I). 1882, for hear iiur and decision thereon; anil, it is further ra-uered, that notice hereof be Riven to all persons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively in the Sews & Citizen, a newspaper published at Morrisville and HydePark, previous to said time appointed for hearinpr that thev may appear at said time and place, and show caiise, if any they may have, why said account should not be allowed and such decree made. I5y the Court. Attest, 19"'-' mCNKYC. FIoK, Register. Estato of V. H. Barrows. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont, District of Lamoille, In Probate Court, held at Hyde Park, in said Dis trict, on the3rl day of Apiil, A.D. 1S. Haven P. Stowe, Administrator of the estate of V. 11. Harrows, late of Moriistown, in said Dis trict, deceased, presents his administration account for examination and allowance, and makes application for a dec ee of distribution and partition of the estate of said deceased. Where upon, it is ordered by said Court, that said ac count and said application be referred to a session thereof, to be held at the Probate Oiiico in said Hyde Park, on the 21th Dav oi-- April, a. 1). IsS:'. for hearing and division thermi. Am! it is further ordered, that notice hereof be given to all persons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively m tha News & Citizf.n, a newspaper published at Morrisville and Hyde Park, previous to said time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they mav have, why said account should not be allowed and such decree made. By the Comt. .'. tiest, 13-v3 If. c. FISIC, Register. Estate of P.'icsbo Paul. Al'l'l.ICATiON FOll LICENSE TO SELL HEAL ESTATE, itaie of Vermont, DUtrirt of Lamoille, an : In Probate Court, held at Hydo Park, in-said District, on the 4th day of April A. 1). 1682. J. 1. Slayto.v, Administrator of the estate of Phoebe Paul, late of Stowe, in said dis, trict, uiukes application tj said court for license t ) sell iart of the real estate ot saidd eceased in Stowe and Moriistown in said district, represent ing that the sale thereof is necessary for the pay ment of the debts and charges of administration. Whereupon, it is ordered by said Court, that said application be referred to a session thereof, to be neiu at tne rronate uiuce, in saiu Hydo Park, on t ie 24rti Day of Aran,. A. D. iks-2 . for hearing and decision thereon; and it is further ordered, that all persons interested be notified hereof, by publication of notice of said application and order thereon, three weeks suc cessively in the Isews iV. Citizen, published at -Morrisville and Hydo Park before sajd time of henrhnr. that thev mav araear at said time and ptace, ami, u incy see eaue, oujcci tiiercto. . j;v the uouit Attest, ii- C. yjsK, Register. Estata of S. C. Glirses. LJCENSE TO SELL HEAL ESTA TE. Uate of Vermont. Lamoille TJistrict. ss. In Pro. bale Court, held at Hyde l'ark, wiUuu and for said District, on the. 27th nay of March, A. D. 1862. 11. 11. Churchill, Atlmiuistrator of the estate ol G. Glines late of fc-hnore. in said district. deceased, makes application to said court lor license to soil all of the real estate of said deceased, to wit : About 130 acres 6f land all iu Elmore aforesaid, same being the home place upon which representing that the sale thereof, would be bene, llcial to the wjdow and Mars ol said deceased, and those interested in" said estate; Where upon, it i3 ordered by said Court, that said application be reteri-ed to a session (hereof, to be uem at tne Probate Uilice in said Hydo Park, on the HtU day of Auril, A. D. 1882, for hearing and decision thereon : And. it is further or dered, that all persons interested, be notilied here of by publication of notice of said applicati n and order thereon, three weeks successively in the ni.i5 v.uizisi, a newspaper pnnceu at Jior nsvillc and Hyde Park, before said time of hearing, that they may appear at said time and place! and, if they see cause, object thereto. By the court A ttest, IS.V'3 RUSSEL S, PAGE, Jud-e. Sstata of Wm. R. Cheney. NOTICE TO SELL HEAL ESTATE, Slate of Vermont, District of Lamoille,sslu Pro bate Court, held at Hyde Parn, within and for said District, on the 27th day of March, A. D. 1882. Gko. A. CiiKNiiV, Adminstrator of the estate of Wm. U. Cheney, late of tjtowe. in said district, de ceased, makes application to said Court for li cense to sell air of the real estate of said de ceased, representing that this sale thereof is neces sary for the payment of debts and charges of administration. Whereupon, it is ordered by said Court that said application be referred to a session thereof, to be held at the Probate Ollice.in said Hyde Park, on the 17th day of April, A. i). 1882, for hearing and decision thereon ; and, it is lurther ordered that ad persons interested be nolitied hereof, by publication of notice of said application and order thereon, three weeks suc cessively iu the News & Citizkn, a newspaper published at M.Oi-iisvi!le aud ilyde Park, beibre said time of neariag, that they may appear at said time ami piace and, if tiey see cause, object thereto. By tae Court. Attest, ISwU H. C. FlsK, Register. Estate of Ransom Burks. COMllISSIOXtUS' NOTICE, The undersigned having been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court for the District of Lamoille Coaimissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands oi all persous against the estato of Ransom Burke, late of Morriatown, in suid District. d"a;isel, and ail.laim exhibited in oll'set thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for tho purposes aforesaid, at the Town Clerk's ofiiec iu Morristowrt on the Third Satur day of April and Third Saturday of August next, from 9 o'clock a. m. until 5 t 'clock p. m., each of said days, and that six months from the 7th day March, A. if, l82, is tne time limited by sum Court for said creditors to present their claims to us lor examination anu allowance. Dated at Morristown, Vt., this 20th day of March, A. i. isk. .t. i. -niiuiAb, E. E. BRIGHAM, 17w3 Commissioners, Est&ts ef PJlori-is Burka. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE. Tho undersigned, bavins been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District ol La moiHe Commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Morris Burke, late of Mor ristown, in said district, deceased, and all claims exhibited in oirset thereto, hereby give notice that wa will meet.for the purposes aforesaid, at the Town Clerk's ollice, in Morristown, on the Third Saturday of Api-il, 188,1, and the Third Satur, day of August, 1882, next, from 0 o'clock a. m., until 5 o'clock p. ni. each of said days, a..d that (i months from tlie 7th day ot March A. D. 1882, is the time limited by said Gourt tor said creditors to present ttieir claims to us for examination and allowance . Dated at 31orristovn, vt., this 2(itu (lay Ol March, A. D. 1882. A. D. THOMAS, 17w3 Commissioners. Estate cf Ephrai m Stebbins. Will Peesented. State of Vermont District of Lamoille,s$,:la Probate Court, belli at Hyde Park in said District, on the 18th day of March A. D. 1882. An Instrument, purporting to be the last will and testament of Ephraim Siebbins, late of Eden, in said district, deceased.being presented by Sarah II. Stebbins, the executrix therein named, ior Probate, it is ordered by said Court, that all persons concerned therein be notilied to appear at a session thereof, to be held at the Pro bate OOiee in Hvde Park, in said district, on the Tenth dav of April A. D. 1882, at ten o'clock in the lorcuoon, and snow cause, u any iney have, against the probate of said Will; for which purpose it is further ordered, that this order be published three weekd successively iu the the News & Citizen, a newspaper published at Morrisville and Hyde Park, previous to said time ol hearing. By Uie Court Attest, 17W3 H. c. l lsh, itegister. GESD WHEAT. I have for sale about sixty bushels of seed wheat, called the "Lost Nation," which is partic ularly adapted to this climate, and an excellent yielder, i lrst come, first served. Wolcott, A pril 3.1, 1882. WANTED. A womon that understands the tailor's trade, or one that would like to learn. An experienced hand preferred. O, I.. WOODS. Morrisville, Vt., April (ith, 12. LIBERATION NOTICE. This is to certify that I hare this day given my son, Eddie T. Jones, his time during the remain dor of his minority, and I shall claim none of bis wages, nor pay any debts of his contraction, after this date. TRUMAN JONES. Witness M. S. Burnell. Wolcott, April 1, 1882. Lnmbe?Wagons ! I now have for sale at my shop in Hyde Park a lot of new Lumber Wagons of all sizes. These wagons were nil made in my shop, and are war ranted to be built of iirst-elass material. If you are desirous of purchasing a JLniiKll VVAUO Y, call on me, mid we will make satis. fuctorv arrangements as to prices, terms, etc. V. W . JT E JETX, II j -de Iu rk . t. T. H. DEMIKG, ODEISrXIST, CAMBRIDGE BORO, VT. Rooms at Boro House. Absent from town the last two weeks of each month. lllmS WILL CERTAINLY CURE Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asth ma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and every Affection of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, including- Con-; Eumption. Sold by all Druggists. 3STOW IS THE Golden Opportunity Stylish and Eeiiablc Spring Styles in MEM'S, YOUTHS' snd BOYS' At Trices which can be had at no other house. I3y careful buying and small margins, 1 have iuisuu uiu suumaru anu lowered the price, until It is a Fact that tlie Host Stock o: Boots ancl Slioes in tins vicinity, is now being sold for the Least Jioney. CATCH ON ! J. DUrilHAf, Next door to Mrs. Heed's. March 30th, 18S2. Morrisville, Vt. J.ow is tne time to get your Sprinff Clothing and O. iL. WOODS' is the place to get it. Spriug and Summer cloths just in; the largest stock of both English and American to select from outside the citv, and all mrxde up reasonable. GOOD FITS AND WORK WARRANTED. Cutting ami Repairing done. Call and see me. O- L. WOODS, Portland. Next ,Doqc, to . R, Q ftUorrisvilJc, Vt. AT At Tj le ricss. owes As To Ml mh ways Read the Following ! I, IRA A. SHATTUCK, do hereby declare and say unto you, that if you have any Fine Watela Work that you want done, that I can do it In First-Class Shape, and that when you come after them, yon will find them, and not a la While of Wolcott. I have had Fourteen Years' Experience at Watch Work, and my doing work for the same parties for Eleven Years, is a good endorsement of what I say, and I know I can do a better job than any man in the Lanioille Valley. I keep my work done up close, so can do it on short notice. Clock and Jawelry Repairing Dona Promptly. Will pay express one way on three watches sent at one time, I also keep a good stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEW ELS Y, SaSVESK. CASTERS Cake Baskets, Knives, Forks, Spoons, &c, &.o. Stationery and Spectacles a Specialty; also Per lumery, and the American Improved Sewing Machine, a full line of Pocket and Table Ciitlery, Cartridges, Powder, Revolvers, Jtilles and Shot Gnus; also a large stock of Fancy Goods at Reasonable Prices. All GOODS &. WORK WARRANTED. I have just returned lrom Boston with a full stock. XJew Post-OGIcc 3iock, HARDWICK. - - YT. STATE QFfERfyi053T. Office of Secret art of State.) NOltTHFIELD, MAHCII 27, 18K2. I Agreeably to the provisions of an act entitled "An act providing for the publication of future volumes of the Vebmokt Rei'oists," approved November 22, I&18, sealed proposals for printin: and binding eight hundred copies ot tho r Hty- fourth Volume of said Reports will bo received on or before the 13th day of April, 1882, (to be opened tha day following,) under the following conditions, to wit: First The printing, includimr size of nao-p style of heads,ize and style of type, and qualitv of ink used, to be uniform with the preceding vol umes; ami eacn signature to ciuoraci pages on a sheet ot n.cdiun. Seeoml The i papor to ho medium, twenty by clies, weighing thirty pouiuIh to the twenty four inc ream, and in color, stock, and linUlI corresponding wiin me preceding volumes. Third The binding to be in law sheep, strongly bound, thoroughly pressed, and trimmed, coi-res-pombng in quality, stamping, and style of titles with the preceding volumes. Piiuters making the requisite sealed proposals are required to stiite the price of composition per thousand ems; the price of paper per renin; the price of press-work per token of two hundred and lil'ty-two perfect w hole sheets of medium, printed on both allies; and the price of binding per copy. Contracts are to be aubjeot to all the conditions of the act above named, and the right to reject any or all proposals, not deemed advantageous to the slate, is reserved . Proposals must bo addressed to the undersigned at Northtleld, Vermont, endorsed "Proposals for printing Vermont Ileports." 10w-2 GEORGE NICHOLS. Secretary. The subscriber offers for salo at a very LOW PRICE, about forty-live ar-yoa of land, situated on both sides of Maplo Street, in (he village of Mor Visvlile, being land formerly owned and occupied by Orvlllo Choate, Esq. For terms, &c, inquire of HIRAM SAFFt HD at Morrisville, or address, II Alt I I 1", l ltK.tl ll, 7tf 4 Bond St., New Ycrk. Spring Clothing ill AT p.b ps gas PI HTIIIilP 2 iL a uiy MORRISVILLE, VERMONT C Xj O T GEMT'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AM) CAPS, White Dress Shirts, Made from Extra Heavy Cotton, STANDARD, Sl-OO to ?1.25, UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS, EXTRA HEAVY COTTON, 75 CENTS, ixntl NOBBY NECK WEAR, fiEW STYLE COLLARS AftID CUFFS, A Largo Line of Suspenders from 12 Cts to $1.00, BEST WOOL OVER-SHIRTS SELLING LOW, Few More Under-Shirts and Draws Left, AT VEftY LOW PRICES. At the prices we are selling clothing, it is going fast. We have no reason to complain as some do that business is dull. They will ero where thev can fret- nnr (InnAc for n little monev. Keerj comino-. well.- 1 - II W Having purchased Mr. C. and being desirous of reducing days offer SOME UNUSUAL We shall strive to keep Grateful for past favors. A. GILBERT, Manager. OTS AND SHOES, O T X 1ST O- 7 O Hi araware, Japes0 Hangings, Also a CHOSCE LINE of GROCERIES, And a Good Stock of FLOUR, KAILS AND SALT OF ALL KINDS. While we do not claim to goods than ever before in Northern Vermont, or that we can sea without a profit, it will be our aim to keep a good assort ment of good Goods, and sell them for as small a profit as we can and do an honest business. We shall try and use all well that favor us with a call, and thanking those that have favored us with their patronage, A Rl DREWS Johnson, - - CAMBRIDGE, We wish to call the attention of the public to our stock of goods, which is always full, and at this time we offer some very rare bargains, in order to make room for our Spring stock. PATENT MEDICINES. Maltcn anil Ilypophosphites, $i .00 Hood's Sarsaparilla, large, .75 " 11 small, .40 Weeks' Compound, .35 Ayer'3 Hair Vigor, .CO Jaynes' Expectorant, .75 Kendall's Spavin Cure, .75 Kidney Wort, .75 Hop Bitters, .05 Atwood's Bitters, .15 Pure Sal Nitre, .13 Diamond Dyes, .07 AUcock's Torus Plasters, .10 No. I 50-lb. Butter Tubs, 2 2cts ; No. I 30-lb. Butter Tubs, 19 cts; No. I 20-lb. Butter Tubs, 17 cts. 200-lb Sack Feeding Salt, $1.10 GOOD IFIILaOXTIR,, S7.BO. NO BETTER JAP TEA WANTED, 50 CENTS. Clothes Wringers, Ox-bows, Rubber Boots, Trunks and Valises, Corn Meal, Graham, Oat Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Oats and Wheat Steam Cooked, &c. Meeker's Prepared Buckwheat. We have just ordered 3,000 Rolls of Wall Paper, Bor ders and Friezes, for the Spring Trade, which are all of the latest designs, and will be opened to the public at an early date. Thanking our patrons for their patronage in the past, and hoping for a continuance, we are respectfully yours, O. W. REYNOLDS. J, f Jones 8q Co. HAVE IVtariiecl IDown THEIR STOCK OF GOODS, To make room for their Spring Goods, as they have A LARGE STOCK ON HAND, Consisting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS fe SHOES, HATS and CAPS, Ready-Made CLOTHING. CROCKERY AND GROCERIES A Specialty. Kerosene Oil AT At 10 Cts. Per Gallon BestlBranSs of Hour In Town, And BEST JAP TEA for 50 Cents, That you can find anywhere for the money. Wolcott, Vt. THE- H I IT GI "W will Mill VVlltlUUV UW VSl SIM BUS ! W. WARD'S stock of eoods. it, we shall for the next sixty INDUCEMENTS I a well selected stock of have a larger stock, or better we remain, very respectfully, BROTHERS, - Vermont. VERMONT. Warner's K. and L. Cure, SI. 00 Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Buttor Color, small, .18 Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Butter Color, large, .;). Thatches Butter Color, small. . 18 " " . " large, .35 St. Jacob's Oil, .30 Taylor's, Brondrett's & Ayer'a Pills, .13 Larookah's Syrup, large, .80 " " small, .40 P.IK. CLEED, A TTORXEY AT LAW, also Agent Ibr olj .minium, muiuui, biiu several smock mm auce Companies, Morrisvillo. V S. P. WHEELER, A TAXrFACTURER OF GRANITE Ml. 1VX MENTS, TABLETS. CURRISH. 1-nsV anil i.piifral iranilA bliops near the Depot. HAKDWICK, VT. HENDEE A FISK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Morrisville. Vt. Geo. W. Hendee. h. C. J'isk. Mr. Fisk's connection with the Patent Ofllca at Washington for a number of yeara enables him to procure patents speedily, and. he lx-hv. to tha entire satisfaction of the applicant. Several ral li able inventions for sale on easy terms. D. C. HARDY, DEPUTY SHERIFF, DETECTIVE ASI ACC x IONEKU. All bnsinoss entrusted to his rare ill bo promptly attended to. Post-office ilorrisviho Vt. H. C.XANPHER, J-EPUTY SHERIFF & AUCTIOXEEU, Utisinesa from parties residing ont of the county will receive prompt attention. Hyde Park, Vt. M TTORXEY, O. HEATH, Johnson, Vt. BRIGHAM A. WATERMAN, ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS AT LAW, yle Park.Vt Waldo Briguam. Gbo. L. Waterman. R. F. PARKER ATTORNEY AT? LAW and Solicitor In Chan oery, - Wolcott, Vt. T. P. HJLCTTTCIIAiT, ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor in C'hnn-cery- - Stowe, Vt. E. H. SHER-WIN, DEALER IS Bitter, Em Maple Snpr, & Feei, 17 EAST FLETCHER, TT. s i .