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NEWS & CITIZEN.
TERMS: $1.50 in advancejother-wise,$2.00. ST.J.&L.G.R.R. TIME TABLE. WEST. KKA1 UP. STATIONS. P. M P. M. P M. 6.35 6.48 6.20 6.00 Swanton, E. Swanton, Hislig.ite, E. IlijfliKau, SheMon Jet., Shell Ion, Fairlielil, E. FairHi-M, Pl.ti-her. 9. 00 2. (HI 8.57 8.47 8.3K 8. 28, 2.54 2. 3 2.22 2. on 5.43 5.35 8.23 4.02 8-10, 1.42 7.57' 1.2: 7.42 1 '.50 7.2S 12. SN 7.(13 12.0s 6.53 11.45 6.45 ll.Sil 6. 13' 11.(50 5.57 10.34 5 4 3' 4.00 3.30 Caiti!riilve Jet.. Johnson, HYDE PARK, VIOKRISV1LLE Wolcott, Hanlwick, E. lianlwii'k, Greensboro. Walilen, W. Danville, Danville, St. Johnslmrv. 2.44 2.15 2 00 2.03 1.15 5.47 10.19 12.17 5.38 10.05 11.3 5.18 9.08 10.30 5. OS 8.45 9.30 4 57 8.28 9.30 4.27 7.30 8 B. & L. TIME TABLE. South A West TpJrvQ Read down. TRAIS S 2mr- S North & East I R Reail up. STATION'S. A. M. 5 3 5 4rt 6 33 6 58 7 28 7 48 8 25 P. M P. H A. M. P. M. P. M 12 40 12 42 12 49 1 06 1 is; 1 4 1 33 1 40 1 .Vr 2 03 P. M. 7 30 Cambridge Jet 8 15 8 13 8 or 7 481 7 38 7 28 7 18 7 10 6 53 6 45 A M. 6 20 6 32 6 28 7 32 leffers nville. 6 1 7 39 Ca brnlire. No. Underbill. Underbill. Jericho. Essex Center. Essex Jet. Winooski. Burlington. 6 0 6 10 8 02 o 51 ft 30 5 08 4 42 4 18 4 00 3 30 3 15 8 09 5 40l 5 291 8 17 8 25 8 35! 8 50, 9 00 5 20 5 10 8 50 08 4 53 4 45 A. M. P. M P P. M New Advertisements. II. N. Grav, merchandise. Cambridge. S. B. Ditv. seeds. Elmore Bradly & Co.. fertilizer. Boston. E. A. Clark, fertilizer. Elmore. H. R. Mack, marble. Hardwiok. W. W. Delano, elmrii. Wnterbiiry. B. & I.. K. R.. BiiHinsrton. XV. D. Lane, seeds. Middlebury. R. S. Page. cows. Hyde Park. Art Iiitercliansre. New York. S. II. fc V. F. Waters, butter worker, Johnson. Business Notices. Dionne's Pleasure Partj'give an en tertainment at the Town Hall this evening. They offer quite an attrac tive programme and will no doubt give a good entertainment. Wavted. A girl to do general hou-ewtrk. Apply at once to Dr. G. E. Woodward, Morrisville. D. A. Gilbert has for inspection and sale the finest lot of spring hats ever shown in Morrisville, consisting of an exten ive array of Derbies in all the latest styles and heights of crown, and desirable width of brim to suit all tastes. A large and care fully selected stock of soft hats that cannot fail to please any purchaser. New goods just received at Miss Terrill's, and offered at prices which can not fail to please. She has 5, 10 and 25 cent goods in great variety; also her usual good assortment of stamped goods, and mnterials !br Kensiugiou work ; also hair goods. Call and you will find something you iieed. "AT. S. Newcomb, of Eden, has for sale two voke of oxen, splendid work ers ; also eight good, servicable hors es, suitable for farm, livery, stage or freisrut. all in srood condition. Also :&ll his sleds, harnesses, chains, and other lumbering acouirerneul. For Sale. A six-years-old work torse, sound and all right in every re speet, suitable for worfc ?r 'Hriving one set double work harnesses, near ly new, and one set double traverse sled. All of which will be sola cheap for e&sh. Enquire of " 'LOCAL NEWS- MORRISVILLE. KELIGIOCS SEKVICBS -Sunday April 12th. M. E. Church. Ee. M. P. Bell, Pastor. Text. Col. 8U, . Service at 1 .30 p. m . " Conirreitational Church Kev. W. A. Btubee. Pastor. Services commence at 10.45 a. m. Universalis! Church. ReT. F. E. Hi aley. Pas tor. Suhject. " fear re one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ." 4al. 6, 2. Ser vices commence at 10 45 a. m. The robin is with us again. The thing Buck wheat cakes and maple diip. W. A. Robinson was at home from St. Jobiifrhury over Sunday. Elder Hall occupied the desk at the C'ongiegalioiial church on Sunday. The lecture bureau was in $5.45 and out $9 on the Perkins lecture. Miss Flora Temll is at home from Uontpelier, spending the vacation. Henry L. Bailey, of Bliddlebury College, is spending his vacation here. There is to be a masquerade dance at the Towa Hall Thursdaj' evening. Belle Warren came from Montpelier Tuesday. She is at Gov. Hendee's, and is quite ill. Order of Eastern Star No. 16, are to have new sugar at their hall Satur day evening next. O. W. Butler, formerly of Stowe, now of Winchester, Mass., was in town the last of the week. Morillo Wood has moved to the vil lage and will take charge of tiie Boyu ton stables. Morillo is O. K. A pair of spectacles with "Bing hatn ' marked on the case, will find their way home by being left at this office. Wheels are taking the place of run ners, arid the "old inhabitants" are again seen sunning themselves on the corner. Frank Laird lost his thumb and the best part of the two fingers on right hand at ue tub f; dory last week. The weather is simply delightful, but the pro8NCt for a favorable sugar season, we regret to say, is not en couraging. The floral decorations at the Uni versalist chuich on Sunday were very pleasirg and attractive. An Easter concei t was held in the evening. "Aunt" Mary Holland, who came from England with Rev. John Gleed, father ot P. K. Gleed. anl who has always remained with the family, is seriously ill. The lecture given at the Acadenn Hall Tuesday evening by Prof. Per kins,, of the Vermont Universi'y. s Tery instructive and interesting. The audience was small, of course. At the five mile race at the rink Friday evening, Adolpbus Noe and Herbert Lawrence entered for the purse. Noe was the winner, he mak ing the distance in 23 1-2 minutes. P. K- Gleed has been confined to the house several days from the effects of a severe cold. There has, of course, been a decline in chattel mortgage. We are pleased to note that "Phil." is on the gain. Was it a woman in rnpn's attire that nppeared on our streets Salur da ? Several sharp eyes weie pm upon the object and il was by them so declared. He " be called at Tifi'u with a ail -ggs, but the Scotch cap failed to conceal the feminine face. A woman, we guess, and oue well known in tbia vicinity. EAST. i, BStU DOWN, t &I i LlJLjL A. Ji. P. M. . M. 7.00 S.5o 6.4A 7. ft) 3.55 6.4ft 7.23 4.1i 6.39 7.46 4.2- 7.10 8. tt 4. 41 7.19 P. 12 4.48 7.2! 8.37 5. in 7.37 9.00 5.30 7.411 9.32 5.57 8. 05 W.58 6.20 K.ti 10.43 7.05 8.41 11.30 7.2 1. 53 12.05 7.42 9.i 1.05 8.20 9.25 2.00 8.51 9.44 S.23 9.09 9.54 4.45 9.25 10.0.3 3.5S 10.05 10.27 4.29 18.2 10.41 4.52 10.37 10.51 6.00!11.20 11.25 hyde PARK. Sloppy. Ruber boots are in style. Less than three months to the long est day ot the year. D ni worry about the weather. It will he hot enough i.i July. The Academy students have under way "A Mock Trial," which will be given soon for the benefit of the organ fund. Mrs. Lackey, occupant of the Fis! farm the past year, h s m vod her ef fects to St. Albans, where he will re side in the future. By notice elsewhere it will be seen that Henry Clement, formerly of this place, has become a Benedict. Con gratulations, Henry. The sugar makers are trying to do something in their orchards all over ihec-uniy, hut onh s-mad quantuies haye been made thus far. There is a pressing demand just now fr tenements, in fact there is not a vacant house or tenement 'D the village. Capitalists, here's a chance for investment. Ciishing Nichols, Uncle Sara's faith ful mad carrier, has received an in crease in his pension. Hereafter he will be a lowed 88.00 per mouth, in stead of 84.00 as heretofore. Sunday was a bis day for freight trains. About sixty cars of freight passed through this place on that day and several were taken from here At one time tnere were nine engines at the station. Fied Keeler is confined to the house HIS SICKneSS IS Caused y a Severe wrenching and a fstl received a short time t-ince, and also an attack of Ium bago. Fred is usually in good health and lliiii attack seems to " break him u p" considerably. Road commissioner Coble'gh is still confined to his house by illness. The absence of Alonzo from the street is noted by many. This probably ac count3 for the wretched condition of the roads in this district. John Manning, whom we announc ed last week as having a hand crushed while coupling cars at St. Johnsbury, lu's been obliged to nave the arm am putated, it is Ins right arm and was taken off jus? below the elbow. Mrs. Geo. D. Sherwin and c.iildren ot Burlington, arrived in town Tues day, and will remain several weeks. Mr Shirwm ha severed hi connec tion with the Burlington Telephone Exchange. lie still continues in bus iness at that place, however, as an electrician. Wm. G. Wood and wife of Chicago, well known to many in this place, cel- brated their 2oth w.-dding anniver sary March 27th. The Chicago Times in speaking of the event says it. was "One of the hap iest gatherings that ever did honor to a marriage anniver sary.' Their old friend s amot-s the Gieen Mountains will join with us in wishing them "iiany more years of wedded lire. Easter was very appropriately ob served at Union Cluirch. The puli.it mid chiir gallery were decorated with plants and the motto, "The Lord is Risen," on tiie wall over ttie pulpit. A number of b;rds were placed in va rious parts of the church, their siog iriir adding greatby to the joyous occa sion. The pastor preached a ver3T ex cellent sermon from Acts. 4:33. At the clo-e of the service everybody present was given hi Easter souvenir, on the back ot which wis the. text' of the daj and a list of the . regular ser vices. In the afternoon the Sabbath very interesting w me large au.uence j present. The following lines are supposed to have i'een found tiie tther day, sas the Messenger, written on the. back of a las inventory, and are especially appropriate at this season ofthe year : " To lie. or not tn lie, that is the question ; Whether tis belter for the purse to suffer According to the word of the assessor. Or to take arms against a sea ot taxes, A nd by a lie curtail them. To lie, to say We hare rot what we have. To beat The town and by a iie to save - The cash-ache and the shortened purse Which men arc heir to 'tis a thing So"me men do . ish. To lie-to save? Perchance to fail ay, there's the rub; For from that lie what ills .may come. When prying listers do discover What we' would fain hnve hid! To be Found out before our fellow men. To have our property tip-turned, and then . Our taxes doubled for our lie That makes calamity unwelcome! So Tis better to be true to meet onr share Of pi.blir tax like men, since purpose single. Orihai sort prevents a purpose double Iu the hearts 01 litters. JOHNSON. The village school district at its annual ipeeiing voted to introduce the Qiiinev system of instruction in the graded school, and selected Rev. Mr. Smith a special committee to attend to the mat ter. The quarterly meeting service at the M. E. church last Sunday was attended by Presiding Elder Morgan. An interesting lawsuit was tried at T. J. Boynton's nftlee last Thursday, in which O. P. Buriihain was the plaintiff and E. F. Perkins defendant. Verdiet tor plaintiff to recover $4 95. B. A. Hunt for plaintiff and J. V. Page, Jr.. for defendant. Our Burlington morning mail is sti II irregular. "Reform is necessary." The commissioners on the estate of Ad die L. Boweii met at the Town Clerk's office 011 Monday. Edgar Anuis has been disabled for some time whh heart disease. It is rumored that L. J. Smith and T. N. Wetherell have swapped places. Mrs. Ahira Leach is visiting her son in Essex. Our primary school here in the village has been managed under the supervison of Prof. Campbell iu so satisfactory a manlier that the district voted to pay 1 1 1 1 1 1 $50 iu addition to the contract paid tor the last, year, and raised the price $50 for the coming year. Mrs. Charlotte Atwell is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Chase, in Cambridge. Ir. Woodward came near getting se verely scalded last Sunday by the explo sion iiiatigbliy covered eoitee pot winch had been placed 011 his Stove with allot tire under it. As it Is, his injuries are more painful than dangerous. A large number of persons went to A. A. Leland s sugar place Fast Dav and feasted themselves 011 first class new sugar. The last sitting of the commissioners on It. VV. McFarland's estate was last Friday. Quite a large uuuiber of claims were presented. Nathan Dodge is to carry on the Dex ter Whiting sugar place this spring. N. L. Merrill is about home again. Mrs. Leo Dubray is here, visiting her father-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Smith, of Cam bridge, were in town over Sunday. The listers are on the war path. Look out for them. The shingle for a new roof to the cov ered bridge near the depot have been de livered at the bi idge. Mrs. 11. IL Partlow. who has been quite siek for some time past, is slowly recovering. Next Friday afternoon and evening at the Baptist vestry the ladies will serve new maple sugar. The entire proceeds will be used for the support of a teacher in a colored school in Atlanta. (Ja. Su gar 10 cents. Slipper 5 cents. Several tax paying ladies attended the school meeting in district No. 5 and ex ercised the right of suffrage. The many friends of our late towns man. Luther Waters, will be greatly sad dened to learn of his death, which oc curred at Los Angeles. Cal., on the 27th of March last. Mr. Waters had long been a sufferer from that fell disease con sumption. On the 27tti day ol Septein- ber. IS84. he started for Los Angeles, hoping n)itt the change of climate might, arrest the progress of his disease, and perhaps effect a cure. For a time after his arrival there, change seemed to have a favorable, effect, but later on it became evident that the disease whs beyond rem edy: Mr. Waters was 35 years of age. He was born in this town, spent the greater part of bis life here and was known by nearly every one of our citi zens. He was of sin extremely genial and kindly disposition, and could num ber in his list ot fiii'nds all who knew him. receiving both the respect and friendship of acqiiaintenc.es. Some time about the first of January last, while en-I tertaining the strongest hopes of recov- ' ery. be experienced a change of heart and made an open profession of religion It is but just to say. however, that the most devout religion could scarcely lead him to a higher moral life than that, he always lived. Although he 'died in : strange land, with none of his near rela tives or most intimate friends ahout him yet it will ever be a source of greatest consolation to those who most will mourn his loss, that he could and did take fur his guide, bis counsellor and his deajest friend on the journev throu the "valley of the shadow," Him who has said "Lo! Iain with you alway." WOLCOTT. Benjamin Bedford has rented his farm to Henry Whittetnore and has moved in to the Bashaw bouse, and is to boss mat ters at the saw mill. airs, l.ewis fishers remains were brought here from Dikota, where sh died some time ago. and the funeral was held at the residence of John Leckner. H. II. & E. A. Pike have bought L. A Tillots'on's pool, and billiard tables and have set them up in the hotel ; The following olheers were elected at the annual school meeting: Moderator M.1 J. Leach; Prudential committee. M. S. Btiriie.ll; Clerk. II. E. Nelson; Tre; .urer. K. b. Parker v Collector. . . .1 Milllirett- Allillt,,ra 1 .1 T.,..,.1. I 1? If Illiillee. H. L. Stevens: Voted a tax of 30 cents o:i the dollar for district expen ses and to make repairs on school house. ' ' Parker, Mudgett & Co., took posses sion of the XV. XV. Cate saw mill on their leaee on Monday of last week. . We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors who were so kind to us during the sickness and death of the dear wife and mother. Wm. Grout. L. Lizzie Grout. . Ira D. Grout. Charles Hubbard is the bannv father of a boy. boin March 30. L. A. Tillotson. C. II. Reed. Will Reed and O. J. Putnam contemplate going west with the colon- next mouth. Mrs. S. R. Parker died very suddenlv March 27. Manley L. Allen received a message from Manson, Iowa, on Friday last with the intelligence that his son Alviu Vt. had shot himself that day. Further par ticulars are expected by mail. I wish to express my thanks for the beautiful writing desk and book present ed to in at the close ot my school on Town Hill by the friends in Wolcott. Their kindness is luliv appreciated. Very respectfully, Tiiaxie E. .Sallies. Rev. W. C. Robinson of Ilardwick. will preach at the Methodist church and administer the sacrament, Sunday, the liTth, inst. CAMBRIDGE. MissHattie and Master Fnnk McClnre are quite sick with pneumonia. Dr. Morgan is in attendance. L. J. Leach has been again called to Bakerstield. this time to attend the fun eral of Iii 3 sister, Mrs. Converse, whose death occurred very suddenly, aud with in a few days after that of her husband. The funeral took place on Sunday. The people in several adjoining towns are afflicted with the measles. We do not expect to be exempt. ' Clark Livingston left town on Wednes day of last week for Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Wetherby are boarding at the hotel. Those of the Cambridge people who had the pleasure of hearing Francis' Mur phy, the apostle of temperance, lecture at 'Morrisville last summer, will be amused to notice the following from the Troy Times: Fra..cis Murphy's c -at was stolen in Pittsburgh. Pa., a few days ugo. The thief pawned it and sold temW H Mlll.,,hv meeting and took the pledge. Mr. Murphy then tied a blue ribbon in the button bole of his ovvu coat 011 another man. Nev sugar was served in the Congre- rntionM vestrv last Monduv evening. J It, was! said to be the sweetest time of the season." Miss Nellie White, of Burlington 1S vising Mrs. George Duntoii. Little Artie Knights has had a fall on the ie- and broken Ids collar bone. FLETCHER. But little sugar was made hist week, and the rain and sap of Friday and Sat urday were intermingled and so injured the quality, that Sunday brought the first good run of the season. Some ot the sick are again well, and others continue to Improve, but the con dition of the roads continues bad. and 110 110 one ventures upon them except from necessity. Mrs. Gilson, the widowed mother of Mrs. Warren, died last Wednesday even ing. She would have been 80 hi May. For mauv years she has lived iu Wis consin with her sister, but returned to this place, where she once lived with her family, about four weeks ago, to die. The journey was hard tor her. but she kept up most of the time until the day of her death. II?r funeral was attended at the church in Biiigham ville last Friday afternoon. Kev. A. C. Votey. of Fairfax, officiating. His sermon, founded 011 the 56lh and 57th verses of the 15th chapter of 1st Corinthians, was able, evangelical and comforting. Miss Ella Kinslev is home from Ran dolph Normal school, and Lynn Lee is at home from Johnson. JEFFERSONVILLE. The snow has melted quite rapidly the past week, and some are using wag ins between the two villages. There was quite a display of flowers at the church on Sunday, aud an excel lent sermon by Mr. Whcelock. Mr. Flagg and daughter. Mary, who have been visiting in the west the past few months, returned home oil Saturday. The Good Templars are to have a sugar part' at the Town Hall on Friday even ing; there will also lie literary exercises. Sugar will be served at 10 cents apiece. All are cordially invited to attended. Mrs. Webster Page is quite sick with pneumonia and heart trouble. On Thnrsilav evening several sharp llnMies of liobtiiiug were seen, but It Wa-icciMiipauied by 110 thunder. Art the annual school meeting II. W. Vrnum. .f. T. Wilcox and W. II. Gris wold were elected committee. BELVIDERE. There are about .'10 cases of measles in the town of Waterville. and going vrv hard. Mrs. Arnold Chaffee died the -i.'ld. The rest of the family, live iu uuuiber, are sick. Whitfemore and son have finished their lXKi"K job on ttie mountain. George Cheney's wile is sick. C. Brown lias a bird dog, bears not being as plenty as birds. Another town meeting is called to see if the town will rescind the vote to have three commissioners to repair highways. and appoint fii agent iu eacji district. Charles Potter, one of the listers, is sick with the measles. James Brown will run his mill 20 hours in the 21. and employ 25 men. Mr. It. is a business man and a great help to the town, as he has a share in three saw mills aud a tub factory iu town. Make out your inventory and license your dog. EDEN. Mrs. Freelove II urchins. aged about 85 years, died the pa.-t week. Solomon Westover. lute of Belvidere. has purchased and taken possession of the t luiieas Adams place. Sour faces among sugar makers. It is reported that our Junior Hrnt has lost hfs best customer, he having taken us bis abode north of the iron oosts. without bidding his friends adieu. Considerable sickness is reported. Frank Adams has gone to Iowa. HAROWICK. b arren Williams is dangerously sick, with but little prospects of recovery. Cy. Wheeler is also sick with a fever. Dr. Whrd was elected committee ar the annual school meeting. It was voted to liuve the same kind of school as for the past year. John V. Biidgnian was in town last week. Dan. Bridgman has rented bis farm to W. F. Miles, and C. Clifford lias rented his to C. W. V. Miles. The time for discount on town taxes runs out the 56t.li. But little maple sugar has vet been made, though sap run well on liiesday. Oue of M. E. Tucker's best horses has been sick at the hotel ham, caused by getting lose in Tucker's slahle and over eating grain. Mr. Tucker drove it down to the village and left. it. and went, away on the train, but on his return he could not get it home. The listers are trumping around these days. The adjusters of the Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Co. settled Mr. Aiken's loss on Mo iday. giving him nearly the whole of Ms 31000 insurance. Mr. II. X. Taplin and Mr. Kllis were here. K. F. Smith is to stay in the Centennial House for a time. SHELDON. Sugar makers arc waiting with great patience lor a rich harvest. A few have already made some. Albert T. Leach is overhauling his house on the place recently purchased. Considerable sickness prevails, among whom Madame Dcmmiug and Mrs. Ja cob Fairbanks have been very ill with fever, but are now more comfortable. Mrs. Melinda Wilkerson Mitchell, wife of Leroy Mitchell, born in Clarenceville, l'. y.. aept. b. isn. died at her home m sheldou March 30. of ervsipelas on the drain, blie was a great sufferer. She leaves a family of five children and sorely bereaved husband. He has the heartfelt svuipathv ot all his friends May great grace sustain the :.tllieted fain ily. h unci al services were held at the home last week Wednesday. Rev. Dr Bailey ofli -iating. D. D. Weed is having his house newlv Rliingled. William Wright is improving his sur roundings ov demolishing and removiu an old house. Butter day revived last Tuesday. Re. ceipts 64 ti.bs; price 22 cents. A special town meeting was called las week Monday and action was taken rela tive to the erection ot a new bridge in place of the old one at Ol instead Falls The final decision was made that the sc lectmeu be instructed to apply for State aid. Fast Day services were held at Grace Episcopal church. Rev. Dr. Bailey ollici aiiug, and an excellent and appropriate sermon was delivered. The roads are very unfavorable and dangerous for traveling. NORTH WOLCOTT. Quarterly meeting services next Sun day. Mr. Kobi.isou. of Ilardwick, is poeted to be present. The last quarterly conference for the past year will be held at the school house on the afternoon of the J2d inst C. A. ebster left this place the past week tor .Massachusetts, where he ex pects to find worK. The merry hum of II. C. B tldwiu'; shingle mill can now be heard. STOWE. Diphtheria has made its appearance in the family of R. V. Corse, his daughter .Mary being now sick with it. Oue hundred aud twenty-three dog li censes have up to the present time been granted. It should be remembered that 21 week of school are now required in each (lis tnct during the year to entitle the same to share iu the public moneys. The sugar season opened early on Sun uay morning, notwithstanding the ex. treuKi weabheF for tire past few days, and those having Ripped Were provided with a good run. 1 lie uuuu templars are to have a su gar party at their hall next Saturday eve uiug at 8 o'clock. Instrumental aud vo cwl imuMc niul other exercises will be fur nlshed. A pleasant time is anticipated and a cordial invitation is extended to all. Sugar 10 cents. , WATERVILLE. Albert Cutting is the happy possessor ot a little girl. - Mrs. G. B. Thomas fell on the ice and broke her hip on Tuesday of last week. Curtis Heard bad the misfortune to lose a valuable colt last week. Sugaring is late and many think there will be a small yield. The listers are (hiding out how poor people there are in town. many James Brown, of Helvidere. had his dry house, which was tilled with staves, de stroyed by tire b riday of last week. It is supposed to have caught from the staves being piled to close to the chimney WESTFIELD. I). A. Wiuslow has secured of D. E. Wi iht a building lot b -tween the resi dences ot Wright and Luther Heudrix and intends to erect a house the coming season. l'liomas Daley has moved from the Bethtiel Stone place to one owned by James Hovey on West Hill. John Martin tias sold his farm to J. II. Buck, aud moved into his village house Ashael Smith's farm on the North Hill bus been sold to David Hitchcock. EAST HAROWICK. Tliere Iiave been five deaths 111 this village since the 25th of January. Gill. Magoon has bought the. Dr. Wis" well place iu Wuhlen and taken posses- sum. Mr. IJoilge lias moveu 11110 me house he vacated. Grace, daughter of Rev. aud Mrs. F. D Chandler, (lied the 23d (lit., aged 14 years Her remains were carried to North Haver- ill. N. IL, for burial on the following Wednesday. J. A. Kidder, who has rented J. R. Delano's larm for a few years past, is moving back to his own house, and ('base Ward and wile are hired to carry oil the farm for the year to come. CRAFTS BURY. Mr. Itawsoii has moved into his house at the village, and Rob Patterson has moved iu with Thomas Patterson. MyraGage is slowlv improving; she sils up a lew minutes daily. Elsie Col lier is failing, aud apparently cannot sur vive long. Probate Court Lamoille District. The following business was trans acted at the Probate Olfiue in Hyde I aik, during the week ending April 4, 1885: Mar. .'10. Mason Watklns' estate. Wa terville: will presented for probate by l'liomas Potter, executor named ; hearing set for April 23. 1S85. Hiram Rich's es tate. Eden; II. S. Atkins appointed ad ministrator, or de bonis ion, April 2. Flora Foss' estate, Hyde I "ark ; administrator presents bis account for settlement : hearing set for April 21. 1885. A. J. Wheeloek's estate. Caul bridge; commissioners make report. C. B. Weston's estate, Belvidere; apprais ers make report. April 3. Luiiiau MeCliutock's estate, Morristowu; license granted administra tor to sell real estate. April 4. E. L. Cliadvvick's estate, John-mu; will presented tor probate by Ira Hawley. executor named; hearing set for April 25. 1885. Sarah J. Hunt's estate, Cambridge ; settlement continued to April 11. 1885. Tim Art Intkuchanoe. An illus trated household journal of painting, embroidery, home art work, literature and art, with colored and design supple ment shoots. Published fortnightly. Price per year, $.'1.00; six months, $1.05; trial three months, $1.00; 1-5 cent. per single copy. A sample copy w.th full page colored plate, and a catalogue of other art work hand-books, sent on re ceijit of 1.5 cents in stamps. Address, Wm. Whitlock, pi blisher, H0Nassau street, New York. B0ST0X MARKETS. Boston, Mans.. April 8. 1SS5. Fi.orrn. Fine, jc'.flo -.7."i ; Hiiwrllne, tlKiil 3.1ft: clmkM! extra, tl.25o4.S0; New York Kuller, t.4"4 7.1; Michigan rllcr,$4.flu4.7o; si. I.oun and Nontheru IllinoiHt Ohio unil Indiana patents, $.".10j.40. Cokn. Iii coi n the loenl market iH a little bet ter. Sal .'8 ofsteaniei yellow are nnleil til Me and of steamer mixuil at All. The qii'it itinns are llrm at 5(i 1-2 iile for st'.'ainer yellow; Bteumer inixeil, 53? 5:1 l-2c; no jri-ade, 52 l-2 .';te. Oats. There id a very llrm market for oats. Qaotntions are llrmer at:" No. I white ami extra, 42 42 1-2 c; harlev ontn, 424;l l-2e; No. 2 while, 40o4Ie; No. white, :19 111 ; No. I mixed, Mir 40 e; No. 2 mixed, SsiS!! 1-2 e. Hay. la hay the demand in rather better. Choice, 17" is; medium lo irood. tl.W 10; low grades, $ 13ft 14. Hons Dressed hoys, (J 3.4 7r, 1 !h for citv and (i(i 1 2 c for country ; live iiogn, 5 l-2(!c. Shkkp. Choice latnha, fln.lOc; tood l.imhs. In 8c; common, S l-inli 1-2; extra million anil ear limrs, 7"7 12 c; lair lo good, 5c; common, Sn5 12c. IUtttbr. In butter the. request is irood for fresh but old is praclic allv dead. Kanc.v, 30c; fall creameries, lft2 c; June and lulv, l.r lSc; new northern dairies, i.2(20c; selections 22n24c; western dairies. 12 o 1.1c. Kooh. In eirifs there is n irooil trade. Keccints me liuiri; inn, prices aw steady. Kxtra eastern 1:1 1. -la Kic; western, laala 1-2 c: southern, (w 15 1-2 e. Ukans In beans the market is very dull am lavor the iiuyer: Small hand picked pea, l.l iua; large, yi.au .1.65; medium, tl.40 1.35; 1111 proved, yellow eyes, S2.U52.10; common, $I.U5 .fz, reu Kidneys, J.l.) (i.25. P0TATOK8. There continues to Io a good trade in potatoes, wiin uie mar el well cleaned up, not. niiiisi.iiniiiig neavv receipts: Aroostook rose am i.coi-inis.iioeinsc; normern rose and neurons v3c; InirbHiiks, 555Sc; peerless, S0.55c; pro BO UN. WHI l'COMB.-In Johnson, March 2fith. 1SS5, daughter to Mr. and jUrs. Charles W. W hit couiu. SI1IH-In Hyde Park, March 20, a daughter to mr. ami jirs. tieruert juntii. KNAPl In Morrisville, Mareh 30, a son to Mr. nut jura. A i. IV itliupp. MA RULED. MITCHELL IWVNTiiii-.iii.Wolcott, March 9, IStfft; lij UuVi wirx.. iimf- -ie. ttHtctieh aud Kmtli V. lloyuton, 'loll ot Wolcott. GO )DESOlIGH 1UTT0NT In Wolcott, March IStti, 1H&, by llev. (,. L. Story, Edward F. Good enough of VVulden, and Flora 11. Lutton of Wouilixiry. CLEMEST-FINSEY.-In liurliinrton. Anril 2nd . lss.,liy Uov. II. A. I'. Torrey, Henry E. Clement 01 inooski auu Jennie Louise riuuey ol Bur lington. DIED. T-k, CHADWICK In Johnson, March 25, Mrs. E. L,. i.iianwic.K, fttten ue. HART In Wolcott. March 22nd 1S84, Mn,. I izzie Hart, acu years. PARKER In Wolcott, March 27th, 18S5, Mis Rennaleer rarker, aed 55. GRi HIT. In Wolcott, March 31, 1835, Mrs. Wm Grout, ai?eil 58 years and 6 months. AND DAIRY TOOLS! NOW IS THE TIME AND - IS THE PLACE TO BUY. HIS SAP BUCKETS AUD JAIRY PASS are made from Kelley Stock, which is the best in the market. It may be stated with truth that bis stock is the Largest in Lamoille Co., 1 -r . , . . and lor this reaVnti he cun afford to wit al (lie LOWEST PRICES. If in want, don't fail to look hia goods over and get prices, it will p iy you. He has everything in tiie line of IIAliDWARE. Mohhisville, Feby. 27, 1884. Farming Machinery. IS. U. WISVVELL, Johnson. Vt., dealer in all kinds of FAR VI INC TOOLS and MACHINERY II" you are in want, call on or address as nbove. 164m6 Stimpson, Almeder & Co., PRODUCE Commibsion Merchants, 27 No. 1La.xTs.o'i and. 27 Clinton Sts., Boston, Mass. We beir to inlnrni you, wo have made iirranRe- ments to handle Suiriir and Syrup more exten sively than ever belore. SYRL'I' should be put up in 'lull-size" cans nnd nlioiild weijih I'roin id to 12 lbs. SUGAR in b ilk sells more readily packed in lic it small laniilr tule, and is a little more desir able than tin p ickaxes. Ship your Syrup and Sugar to us. If rencen Andrews Hit... Johnson : Clark Kiinr, Montpu ier; Miles McMiilion, .stowe; A. K. Welch, G. I., lladley. K. M. Edward. S. II. 'J ilt, W. M. Small, II. I. Bryant, Morrisville; Kan euil Hall National Hank, II. m. Geo. vv.chapin and Congressman Hon. S. Z. liowman, Boston. stencils ami 'I'ajrs sent on application. All cor respondence promptly imswored. 73w4 1 would reRpectl'ullv announce that I have re moved my store to F. P. ltobinson's building, wnere you will una a Complete Line of Cloths, Sujtings in Plaids, Checks, and Whipcords, OVERCOATING In Elysians, Meltons, nnd Kerseys, and a line line oi I'antnioon uooas. WORK and FITS WARRANTED and Made Up Reasonable. O. L. WOODS, Portland St., opposite Hendce Fisk's. BUYERS WANTKl) In every New Knglamf, New I York and Can I I adian village ash furnished. Kxnerienced hovers preferred. hut live. aril velnrmer'e Hoys sometimes ma Re lie si buyers. Address. C. . PAU.. nvue ran vt 7 AMD 8 PER CENT. i ii nn Tin n -0N- MPROVED WESTERN FARMS, which are worth more than three limes the amount of the mortiTHtfca. These mortgages are sold in sums of A-fOO and iiowards and will beiruttr- untertl by the liiwn .Mortgage Co., of Muscatine Iowa, and Hartford, Conu., at 6 per cent. Ilestol relcreuces given. Address LEVERETT F. EIMGLESBY, Mti Omce 174 Main St., BtJItHNGTON, VT. lllliSoil nil pci ii I i!b I I! M 111 l.IBJI I 111 no i Ml Dr. J. A. ROBINSON, IDEISTTIST. Portland St.. Morrisville A aertliisilate,(March20) I will make 11 eeth. My price is 10 a set, warranted. Vt. t ellCH E. E. FOSTER, MANlIrWcr.'UICIt and licnler In all Kinds 01 Marble Ar, (Oaiiile. Work (iicuiinti-ed " aim in iees us llnrli street. Low as any in Voi-iimnl. Moll KINVll.l.lc. Vt. FRANK P. ROBINSON, 1 tlTO(illArilKlt 1 Illlyl l'ortlauil Street, .M 1 1 it it t h 1 1.1.1:, Vt E. C. DARLING, (XTIONKICK, Wolecll. Vt V May to s.-ll in Morristowu, IClmoru. Wolcott and 1 110 BRICHAM &. McFARLAND, ATTOItNKVS AT I. AW, Hyde Park, Vt. Waldo Rkiuiiam. II. w. McKakland. P. VT. J. PECE, DEJVTIST, Jlolinnou, ... vt. Al work Warranted. 1-1-84 7 PER CENT. 1TOTMENTS ! Iowa niortirnirns on nnnmvcil furma v reedinc one-third of the cash value of property ... ... ,uii-n-i nisix per cent, ami seven per cent. M mi. annua lly, principal and interest nav. able at address of owner. For particulars or in. i. 'i iiiatiou, can on or aiiiiress, II. 'J. I'lSK, Morrisville, Vt, BONE MEAL. Bone Meal for leed or fertilizer; also cracked bone for poultry by the pound, b.irrel or ton. rorsaieuy 11IUAM S A r KOlt I), W Morrisville.Vt. COWS FOR SALE ! I have a few Cows for sale on terms that can hardly fail to suit customers. If desired, pay mi nts may be made a part this year and a part in each 1886 and 1887. RUSSKL S. PAGE. Hyde Park, Vt., April 1, 1885. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. The annual meefinc of the Stockholders or me Kiirungton Lamoille ltanroad Company will be held at the Van Ness House in Hie city of iu unburn, on rnnrailar. A nrll I., A ll 188.1, at O Vlock u. ill.. I'or Ihe nui-iinse i fi leet. ing I hirteen Directors for the year ensuing; also to transact any other business thought proper wucu met. K. W. PECK, Clerk Burlington, Vt., April 1, ltwio Farmers Wait for Me ! 1 AM THE ONLY MAN IN VERMONT who can or will ship you FERTILIZERS direct from llrst hands. 1 have made arransre- ineuts wilh noiiio of the lartcest iiiinortcrs and manufacturers lo ship in car load lots to Clubs of rai liters, irom wuoin 1 will Like orders lor any uniouut in Eiiuore. Morrintowii. Hvde Park and Johnson ; also iu Orleans and Fraiiklin Counties. Bowker's Hill and Drill, Stockbridge special Manures and Chemicals Ready Prepared for Home Mixing, my Specialties. It will pay you to investigate tins. K. A. Cl.AltKh, Elmore, Iaiuioille Co., Vt. UEN11Y 11. MACK, MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTAL WORKS, HARDWICK, VT. Established in 1808. and Largely Patronized by tho Business Men of Caledonia, Orleans, Lamoille and Washington Counties. A Large Stock of Finished Work now on Hand at Low Prices. April 8, 1885. 7m3 Seed Potatoes ! out nrnlMiol Twenty Nuw Vntietlasol rotntue, tested by me the past season, I find so many of them so nearly identical with, and in many cases inferior to, varietieSj.of, tablibcd, jeortji, that have concluded to offer only two varieties for seed : Lee's Favorite Combines more good Qualities than nnv other eany variety, it is tiie earliest ot the early kinds, uciug a wees or more earner man iseauty ol He bron, and two weeks earlier than Early Rose. It is of the very best oualitti. The nurest flavor of mem an. it is the in st productive of any early kind grown, t.nd will produce a larire croo on or. dinary farm soil with common cultivation. To plant in the garden for early potitoes there is nothing that will equal Ihem. This potato sold last year for six dollars a bushel. I raised one Hundred and seventy-live bushels from three bushels of seed, ind will make the nrice low so inai every one can test tnis excellent variety Peck, 40 cents; Bushel, $1.25; two bushels oi more, one uotiar a bushel. Rochester Favorite. This varietv vielded with m the hnot nr ti.om all From two bushels of seed I raised one hun. dred and fortv -live bushels of sinooih. handsome potatoes, all growing to mamct size no small or roiten ones oualttv cood. Try them, i innw you win oe pleased. Price, $1 a bushel. Burpee's Welcome Oats. I have a few bushels of Welcome Oiil ft,- a.. In I ney are clean and true to name. On good soil Ihoy yield I'roin one hundred to one hundred and iiuy oiisneis per ncr3. Warranted to yield double the amount of common oats on nnv soil. Weigh from 45 to 50 DOUllilS Der hllHhel. "Xhi.v nnl dollars a bushel last spring. I raised sixty-seven bushels from one bushel of seed. Price, $1 .50 per ou.tiieiM, .. wruer soon, as they UL'lll nnt Liu I...... ... l - : ' J .. ... i.'.ig u tueac prices. Maple Sugar. lean fill a few move orders for Mjiple Sunr of ...j ...... ! n-fivt;u Buuii. n ji mm it'll 10 "7 I" 1 u,u ";Ht ana 1100 '0'" ailulterutlon "i any um. Orders Filloi Promptly aal Satisfaction Guaranteed.. 76w4 Address S. B. DOTY, Elmore, - - Vermont. Merchants, Itank'r$ and Manufacturer! MIOUI.I. rkau BRADSTREET'S . A WEKKLT JOURNAL op TRADK, HSAXuK, AMI l UHLIC KCONOM V. Sixteen Pages every Saturday. Oftentimes Twenty Pages, Samctimes Twenty-fuur FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR. The foremost purpose of Hhadstukkt'b is to be ot pracncal service to business men. Its special trade and industrial rep .rts; iu weekly i pitome ol bankruptcies throughout the United Mates and Canada, and the summaries of assets and llabl ities, are alone worth the subscription price; its synopses of recent IcriiI decision are exceedmifly valuable. As commercial transac. turns, 111 the wider sensw, are comintr to be more and more conducted on a statii-liesl basis, the inlormatii ontained in Hkai.stiikkt'm isofihe tlrst importance both to producers and middle men. The trade and agricultural situation thravqhont tne United States and Canada is reparted by telegraih to Hradstreefs up to the hour of publication. SINGLE C'OIMKS, TEN CENTS. Tub liHAiisruKKi- ijomivanv, U7I, 'JHI, 2SS, llroadwav, NEW yOKK CITY r Ton wish to sell good hooks and make money, rF.....rV'. .'if ,"r bonks, " Treasury f : f , "" f amily Dictionary," (lu- ilexed). AU.j tli .l i...l..r.i ..r...... dia." Address M AUTIN A 11 i.o''t Alilkst.. IIIWTON. " "Vl'i PAT Kiijf land, l'l-entd l'i.t..nli...l. ..!.. formation -r5pcjmnT,r.; , hHcle?Ml leu 11 sent free. Jl rtrtr- WIINN c" Hi iS EIITS ;-.'"r 1110 ""'led Unite, 6u,iicl,s sV. ,1 t "V!"",'r- "" "" """k "bout iiinim n,r riiTunta f'nuuuta Tru.la . . .... . .-,..,. vxiHTieneK. DELAITO'S p ! i I'ATKhT Al'l l ll l KOlt. Is t lie easie.it churn to operate. It is the ca-icHl chum lo wash and scald. It is ihe most convenient churn to put cream into and lo t;ike Imltcr out of, in the market. It is t!ie easiest churn to op"n nnd shut, the cover heirur hiinir on hinKes, and held back in such a position when open Hint nil Hie drippiiiKs from Hie cover lull in the churn, at the same lime the cover Is out of the way and always where you want it. It has the best drain lor buttermilk. It is the only bndv working churn that you can halt mill work the butter in. It is Ihe only body workinir churn that will churn thick cream Willi. nit thinniiifr. It has a vent to allow steam to csciipe while iiHhifr hot water. It is the only laxly working churn that can be used with or without n Heat. For further inlorinatiou address, t c .. W. W. DELANO, Jr., Waterbury, Vt. E. DUMAS, Manufacturer. jr9m2 "FREE BY MAIL." ILnSTTS, SEEDS. To rfMlllPA mr imninnsn atriflr nt nl.ii.iu lowing unprecedented offer .--3 Heliotropes and 3 Dimics (I'aris) fi inns. 1 Begonia, lor 50 ets. ; 1 A Renin ins, 2 Alyssums, 2 Fuchsias, I for 50 ets. : M Plan... mv for 50 ets. The , ix collects.. .. V. r i i so VV.i V. D. THE Waters' New Butter Worker IS THE LATEST INVENTION i Offered to Butter Makers. It dues its work more Io otber Itnttrr drier l Operatrd us Kully. From one to liilv pounds of butter may be wm kei. and salted at once in live ininiites with hut little labor. The tray is not encumbered with gearing or met 1 ot nnv kind to come in conta. t with the butter or render the tray heavy and bulky. The roller is made from a solid piece; it is thus free from cracks and is easily cleaned. Every maehinu is provided with legs. No extra table is reouired. The Workers are iiiaiiiiluctnri.il f.nn, n. utraK luiinwooii iiiiiiimt, wen sensonen ami Kiln unci. JUAUK J.N A THOHUCGH AND THREE SIZES No. No. No. capacity capacity capacity All who desire to possess nine:, IMost Complete Butter manufacturers, i s. H. &, ew Carpets, entre Tables, Chamber Suits, and Curtains, -AT- bin Fill MIS MORRISVILLE, VERMONT. I have just received o That I am ofTerin for I have a - ' anteed to give satisfaction ; also cheaper ov fl no I please COFFEE and have one now that Think Will Fill The Bill. F, R. CHILD, CORNER STORE, HYDE PARK, VT. I REMEMBER That the WILDER taken the 1st Premium at the State Fair for two years. Not only that, they are giving ever in use. 1 now have quite getting out more rapidly. Now is the time to make a good trade and have your wagon ready for use in the Spring. ARTHUR WILDER. Morrisville, Vt., Oct. 8, 1884. bedding stuff. 1 make the fi.l. for 50 els; 1 Palm, 1 Pelargoni- f..p rj ..ru Q I I.... r, n Ai. .. " V .V, ' l2'n " ' " e ' ",w!r LANE, Middlebury, Vt. evenlv nnd thnniinrhlv limn u nnn.u i, . i AND AKK WOHKMANLIKK MA.NNF.lt. ARE MADE: 30 pounds. 40 pounds. 50 pounds. Made, Easiest Run should address the the Best Worker, W. F. WATERS, Johnson, Vt. a Spring Line of T3 T r$5.50.wl)icli is eruar- IT am making a effort tho people in tho to WAGONS have perfect satisfaction where a number on hand and am 1 1 M Baa Val C CIHIEAP. The Flour market is now down to very low prices. When you take into account the quality, there nrnliaW,, m f ' J-' uiuUkIJ never was a time when Flour could be bought at as low prices as now. We are connected with some of the Best Western Mills, and always arc at the Bottom of the Market, and are prepared to offer special inducements on car loads. Both our Michi gan and St. Louis Flours are giving excellent satisfaction, and every barrel is fully war ranted. We will pay cash for Pota toes at the highest market ates. H. A. SLAYTON & CO, Morrisville, Vt. 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