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NEWS AND CITIZKN, THURSDAY, JULY 12, i8g
JOHNSON. Mr. Horner baa returmtl to Wat-rrille. Salmon II at ford ha returned from Mbm. Mr. J.R. 11 ill iatitiiting frietnln ia llarj-k-k. Dr. Allen was in Burlington Friday and Saturday. E. 0. Story baa recently made B3me repairs on his boutte. MiM Carrie Stereua in taking a trip with ber father this week. Mm. Fitch in rmiting her dauKhter in Me-chanii-sville, N. Y. Iter. Mr. Baker of Hardwick, and Saundnra exchanged pulpit lant Sunday. Will Joneo' father and mother bare been siendlng a neek with them. Mr. and Mm. B. A. Hunt and family spent a few days in Waterhury lust week. J. A. Pearl is traveling through Caledonia and Washington counties this week. Alvan Saunders has gone to Massachusetts, where he expects to spend the summer. Miss Wager from Chicago is spending some time with her cousin, Mrs. L. M. Knight. Little Tyler Miller is very much better ; also Mrs. Davis. IJoth have been very ill. Weootice among the newly pniuted resi dences B. L. Austin's and .. rs. HitterbuHh'a. Miss Alice Winchester of Fair Haven, Muss., is spending a month in town at A. U. Buck's. About forty from here enjoyed a veiy pleas aLt basket picnic at the Loser Falls the 4tu. The Epworth League are to hold their meetings Tuesday evenings duriug the sum mer. A large number went to Cambridgethe 4th, while some went to Burlington and otber p'.aces. Mrs C. H. Stevens with her three sons, are spending a lew weeks at her father's, Orange Buck's. Herbert Keeler is taking his summer vaca tion, spending a part of it at his home in Grand Isle. Robert Warner and Edward Stoddard, who have spent some months in Maine, have returned to town. Ovid Buck's entire family are taking a va cation of three weeks, spending the time with friends in N. H. Mrs. I. L. Tearl and daughter are visiting in Lansing, Mich., instead ot Madison, Wis., as reported last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber of Portland; Oregon, and Mrs. Charles Baker and son of N. Y., are guests at T. J. Baker's. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. McFarland and their friends Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cbapin of Neb., took a trip to Mt. Mansfield last week. Dr. and Mrs. Campbell are driving through the White Mountains. Tliey will attend the educational meeting at Bethlehem this week. Mr. and Mrs. Drtwry and their friends left town Monday, to spend a time in Cruttsbury. They have gained many friends iu town who regret their departure. Mies Chamberlain of St. Albans, was at Mrs. Livermore's the first of the week en route for the White Mountains, where she is engaged in one of the large hotels. Mrs. Ward and her son Carl, from St. Johns bury, are spending a few days at their home in town. We are pleased to report that Mrs. Ward's health is much improved. Our base ball club went to Cambridge the 4th and played the Swauton's, wiuning th game by a score of 25 to 21, also the $20 prize given by the Cambridge band. It was unexpected as the boys had not been togeth er before this season. EAST JOHNSON. Alice Beecher is home from Burlington for a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goodrich and Mrs. Alice Derivage have been visiting at Freeman Boj ce's. The many friends of Amos Hayford were glad to welcome him home from Moutpelier last week. WATERVILLE. Mrs. C. Child is a little better. " " Fred Lunt was in Wolcott Sunday. Mrs. E. H. Beard has returned from Stowe. Merton Mann is very ill with rheumatic ever. Dr. C. L.Hodgkins was called to Boston on Friday. Mrs. Abraham Laraway was in St. Albans the Fourth. B. W. Hulburd of Hyde Park, was in town on Saturday. Mrs. Arthur Fairbanks and son recently visited in Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stone were visiting in Stowe the past week. Forrest Parker of St. Albans, was the guest of his lather recently. Dr. Chas. Cover returned to town for a few days' stay on Wednesday. Lee and Mrs. Tillotson spent the week of the Fourth in Burlington. The hay crop is very light here, not more than half an average crop. MrB. Will Sherman of Morrisville. in visiting her mother, Mrs. M. P. Kclley. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Richardson are re joicing over the arrival of a son. John Lavigne of Worcester, Mass., is stop ping with U. W. Thomas for a lew weeks. M. E. Church has been appointed town agent and the liquor has been moved there. Mrs. C. L. Hodgkins is stopping with her sister, Mrs. Henry McKannon at Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Waters, George and Gleuna Waters were visiting in Franklin Co. the past week. 0. G. Kelley is engaged in making sheep skin leggings which he intends to place before the public this full. Miss Lena Willey has gone to the Crawford House, the White Mountains, where she has a position for the summer. L. G. Greene and wife of St. Albans, Mrs W. C. Anners of Rochester, N. Y , and Miss Nellie McLoud of Ogdensburg, are the gueBts of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.. faraway. It is well sometimes to let people know what business is in a place. This place has three stores, one grocery, two hotels, two saw millrf, one grist mill, one shingle mill, three blacksmith and wheelwright shops, one shoe shop, two harness snops, three barbers, one axe and knife shop, one legging factory, three physicians, one lawyer, two ministers, and ten men who want to go to Moutpelier, and last but not least is the brass band, two feed stores, one cothn and casket shop. WORCESTER. Mrs. Henry Russ of Barre, is the guest of C H. Clogston and wile. Mrs. Allan Vuil N spending a few days with her son tilery in Montpelier. Henry Dunham of the N. U. at Northfield, is spending bis vacation in town. Anna and Jennie Wilson are visiting their sister, Mrs. Clarence N jurse of Barre. A. J. Chnse and wife and Miss Kute J. Wil son vibi'ed friends in Barre last week. Carroll Hunt of Houghton & Dutton's Bos ton, is at bis graudfather's, Chauncey Hunt. Arthur Emery and a party of young friends from Montpelisr, spent tne 4th at sahins pond. J. A. Norman of N. Y., has opened a shop for the repair of watches, clocks and jewelry, at H. D. Vail s store. Jerome L. Stone, with Muster Mansnr and Miss Ruby Stone, and Miss Agnes Wilson took in the sights at Barre on the 4th. A larae party of our young people visited lake Elmore on the Fourth, and made a call on our old townsman (Jus Bliss, who has lately gone into business there. Captain Sweeney, U. S. A,, San Diego, Cal says: -'rihiloh's Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any good." Price 50c; sold by H.J. Dwinell CAMBRIDGE. Georire Powers of Morrisville, was in town last Saturday. ... Mr. J. M. Hulhurd visited in town a few days last week. Homer IWnllv and wife of St. Alba in, visit ed in town Friday. Mr. and Mm. J. P. White of Concord, X. H., are in town visiting friends. Rev. Mr. Wills of Elmore, preached in (be M. E. church Sunduv morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ssfford of Rurlington, are in town, stopping with 8. M. Safford. The Montpelier orchestra gave a fine con cert at hotel hall the night of the Fourth. Miss Lucy Whe-I(ick left last Thursday for Boston, then t ('"ttage city, where she is to sicnd a few weeks. About forty couples attended the dance at the American House the Fourth. The music was tine and service nrst-cluss. Ray Safford came near getting his head blown off July 4 ill, tiring a cannon. One look at his burnt face tells the story. Mr. Lyman and wife of Boston, friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cutting, are stopping with them enjoying the beauties of a Vermont summer. At the last meeting of the Y. P. S. C. E. the following officers were elected : Pres., B. It. Holmes; Vice-Pres., Miss Sophia McHenry; Sec. aud Treas., Halsey Cady. It was a great day here July 4th as far as numbers were coLcerned. The crowd was very orderly. The ball game between Swan ton and Johnson was the only attraction. The band boyB cleared about f 22o. As the time nears for Republican caucus to put in nomination some man to represent our town, there arises several good men who express a desire to be the man. Among the list is a man who has always lived in town and has arrived at nn age that makes it safe to place town affairs in his hands, whose judgment is always good, a man that will look arter the best interests of the town, who bus patiently waited bis time to be called upon to go, and no better man in our town could we send than Joel M. Wilcox. Sound bim and see if he is not the right mas. The Windsor Journal of last, week says: Rev. Ed win Wbeelock of Cambridge.conducted services at the Old South church last Sun lay morning, and preached an able and earnest sermon from John 10 : 10, before a large au dience. Union services were held at the same place of worship in the evening, in which Revs. Sweet, WaBsal, Clapp and Wbeelock participated. Mr. Wheelock is the Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of F. & A. M. of Vermont, an office he has held for twenty eight years, a term of service probably longer than that of any similar official in the United States. While in town he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Oakes. Victory has not perched upon our bnse ball banner to the extent we would like. To be sure we trampled Alburgh in the dust last Saturday to the tune of 35 to 10, but on the Glorious Fourth we went to Cambridge to meet Lamoille county and part ofthittenden and we were theirs. The score was 25 to 21 and to-day they are very happy all through the Lamoille Valley and war dancing and wild rejoicing is still kept up in every hillside hamlet. And what of us ? Well, crape bangs on the door and a heavy mantle of snihiess has settled over the Missisquoi from the Hemp yard to Hog Island and weare kicking ourselves Swanton Courier. JEFFERSON V1LLE. Joel Page was in town recently. Gurdin Lease has moved intobisnew house. Mrs. Warren Bilker visited in Essex last week. Mrs. P. Wetherby is stopping atC. B. Weth erby's. Work was commeuced on the Notch road Monday. Francis Blair of Morrisville, was in town Monday. H. M. Cornell was in Burlington last week, also Mark Hebb. Mrs. Almond Hawley and two sons are vis iting in Fowler, N. Y. Mrs. Phelps is in town taking care of Hat tie Griswold who is sick. Mrs. Hannah Plummer spent a few days last week visiting in Essex. Friends from Port Henry, N. Y., have been entertained at Martin Randall's. A young lady boarder at Weston Sander son's, also one at Henry Hebb's. Marion Hubbard after a brief illness, has resumed her work at H. W. Varnum'B. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scott of Jonnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sargent spent last Wednesday at J. F. Wilcox. :, Mrp. Chas. Thomas starts Thursday for a short Btay at the Lake, after which she goes to the Adirondacks for her health. R D Thomas, Dr. E. H. Bushnell, and H. W. Varnam with their wives are spending a few weeks at camp Rich near Milton. Augusta Builey is better and hopt s are en tertained of her recovery, from a severe case of poisoning, caused by taking carbolic acid. Lightning struck a barn of Frank Wilcox' Friday night, tearing off several boards, but did not set it on fire Several trees were also struck, in and near the village. ELMORE. M'ss Jessie Straw of Waterhury, is taking a vacation here, stopping with her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Harris. Will Talbert raueht a pickerel lately, which weighed five pounds less one ounce, a portion of which it was our privilege to sample. Rev. Mr. Wills went to Cambridge last Sat urday and held services there Sunday, the pastor being absent in R. I. because of illness. The G. A. R. picnic at Camp Bacon, is pro nounced a success, although very quiet and tame consideiing the occasion and partici pants. Walter Spauhling who suffered so severely by injury to both his hands in the mill, is selling fruit, groceiies, nuts, etc., upon the road. Patronize him and thus aid a good boy in misfortune. Commencing with last week the onlv social meeting at the church other than Sundays, will be held on Wednesday eve at 7: 30, until further notice. Sunday the general services of the day and evening meeting. Ed Peo and Mrs. Mary Brown attended the celebration lit St. Johnsbury; a current re- port apparently authentic, affirms they were made one during the trip. Here is happiness, prosperity, and a long life of usefulness to the happy couple. Nine conversions are reported here during the past two weeks, through the efforts of Miss Gates, the pastor and wife and a few earnest laymen. Each meeting furnishes seekers for life and light and much general interest is apparent. CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION. Earl Prior is doing his haying at Pleasant Valley. Haying is fairly commenced, with a crop not too large. Frank Moulfon spent the Fourth with friends in New York. Mr. White nnd wife of Concord, N. H., were guests of H. V. Wetherell the past week. Mrs. Thomas closed a very successful term of school in the Fuller district on Saturday, June 30th. H. V. Wetherell has moved his family across the river to his hoiiss recently built on land purchased of J. W. rage. School in the Fuller District cloed June30 Number of scholars 13. Averngo attendance 12V4. Those having no marks, Jennie and Mvrtie Shattuck, Gracie Hnll, LonngStin son. Perley Green, Stella Fullington, Nellie Prior. Halsio Fuller had 3 and Gailon Stin- son 5 necessary absent marks. Lffle Hall and Stella Putnam bad 3 absent marks on nc count of sickness. Scholar all marked per feet in deportment. -Anna Thomas, teacher. STOWE. IT. S. Nutting ia budding a silo. . Walter J. Billow of the I. V.U.inat home on a vacation. K-v. S. F. Drew and wife are spending a few data at North held. Mux Leila F. Mncntchan returned from her school in Ersex on Friday last. Misa Ellen Druirg of Taunton, Mass., ia spending a few weeks with her parents. Mrs. Susan Brown and son of Chicago, ia in town visiting her mother and other rela tivea. Mra. Laphnm of Boston, was in town last wek visiting her sister, Mrs. 1. N. Alger, and others. G. W. Thompson's summer commercial school, em bracing penmanship, book-keeping, and short band v.illopen next Monday eve ning at 8 o'clock. Mrs. H. W. Worthen is visiting in Hard wick, St. Johnsbury, Hartford and elsewhere. Mr. Worthen during ber absence is bourding with Mrs. A. A. Boyce. Miss Harriet Venren is home from the Nor mal school at Johnson, having graduated from the first course, lier frieuds wish her success in her future work. Mra. Ed Gale was quite badly though not seriously hurt on Friday last by being thrown from her carriage near the cemetery. The kind but high-spirited horse taking sudden fright was the immediate cause of the acci dent in which no one seemed to be to blame. The 4th was celebrated in the usual quiet wav, people going in goodly numbers to El more pond, Mt. Manstleld and other scenes of pleasure. Fire works, marking the public spirit of the lower village people, made beau tiful that burgh during the evening. School in the Pucker street district closed June 30. Whole number of scholars, 21; av erage attendance, ID. Those having no marks were Leon Brown, Allan Brown, Ralph Clark. Jesse Moody, Bessie Smith, Dwight Smit'j and John Smith; Gertrude Clark and Robbie Harris had no absent marks; Carroll Brown and Harold Brush were each absent one day and Leo. Moody two days on ac count of sickness. Nida E. Geo Run, Teacher. School at the Forks closej June 29 with a picn'c in Mr. Barne's grove. Whole number of pupils 30. Those having neither absent nor tardy marks were: Richard Bailey, Louis Bailey, inez Blanchard, Viva Chaffee, Ethel Foster, Mary Houston, Gladys Houston, Pearl Houston, Winfied Houston, Sadie Har low, Harry Harlow, Bulab Harlow, Rosy McGee, Dora McGee, Louis Pariego, John Preston, Neil Robinson, May llussell. Those having no tardy marks were : Mira Bailey, Ida Builey, Duffy Bailey, Florence Blanchard, John Gordon, Allie Houston, Fred Houston, Willie La( ass, Louise ranezo, Jayrreston, Moroni Sallies, Ellen Stearns. MOSCOW. D. Smith has returned to his home in the west. Mrs. 0. S. Smith visited in Montpelier last week. Mrs. B.Dillingham visited her sister in Bur- re last week. George Robinson and wife have returned to their home in Lowell, Mass. Mrs. Robinson is spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. L. Atkins. O.S.Smith had some very nice stones set in the new cemetery, at his children's graves lust week. Mis Vira Smith and her sister Mrs. F. Smith and daughter, are visiting in Shel burne and Crown Point this week. A small but pleasant 'company went Irom here to Marshfleld fishing last week and re port a pleasant time and very good luck. Lemuel B. Smith was born in Stowe Apri' 23, 1809, and has always made this place his heme. Although he has had two quite sick spells this spring he is smart for a man of his years, and can be seen in the havtield when the rest are there and works until the last load nan gone to the baru. CABOT. Miss Jodie Lance and Mrs. Phineas Lawson are very ill. Mrs. Hickie has moved into her house in Lower Cabot. Miss Alice Town was here last week on her way to Waterbury. Wilmer Barrett is soon to begin work for Mrs. lyewis Hopkins. George Harvey and family have returned to their home in N. Y. Mattie Hersey of Barre, is visiting Clara r ora at .Lower uahot. Some of thp young people went to St. Johns bury to spend the r ourth. George Boyles won the bicycle race on the t ourth. I he game of ball result d in a tie. . Carrie Smith has returned from Plainfield, and W. Lance from West Danville, where they have been teaching. Mrs. Kimball, who had been ill the past few weeks, died at her home Monday. The tune'- al was held luesday. Rev. Mr. Dixon otticiat ing. Miss Dr. Leavitt gave a very interesting il lustrated temperance lecture at the Metho dist church Sunday evening, both churches uniting lor the service. Bev. O. D. I lapp as sisted. The Fourth passed off with about the usual amount of racket. The midnight bnnd on Tuesday night was listened to by all as it came their way. As to its enjoyableness we will not sav. HAKDWICK. Dr. Geo. B. French ot West Concord was in town Tuesday. W. W. Lawson is doing quite an extensive job on his building. TheLucier Minstrels gave a good show of the mriu rriday evening. The separator near the depot will be in running order next week. . C. L. Hines i at home doina: his havinir. and will return to Lowell Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Crane seems to be improving, a'though she has been dangerously sick. John Bell has sold his place on Church st. to Allie Wheeler, and Samuel P. will occu py it. G.L.Johnson, Geo. W. Bridgman, L. H. Warren, and T. G. Bronson were elected dele gate for the Caledonia county convention. The Bridgman boys, John Henry and Vic tor have been in town a few days, looking after matters connected with their mother's estate. There will be a meeting of the board of civil itrtlvority at the town clerk's office Sat urday p. m., to hear one single solitary ap peal from te fcsters on the quadrennial list. The M. E. church have received a donation of $1000, to be used for a new parsonage aiiii furnishing the same. With what can bo reulUed from the sale of the old one it will give the society a good house. We under stand a ldt has been bargained for. CADY'S FALLS. School here closed Friday, July 0. Whole number of ijhotairs, 2i. Those having no absent markif were Frankie and Bertha Pot ter; those with no tardy marks wqfe Flor ence Carter, Fred Miner, Genevieve Morgan, Hnnnnh Wood. Aimla and Mary Hicks, and Neherniah Town. Anin'e Hicks received th( Dakibls, teaaher. Shp wrote in a hajidwriting clerky, She talked with an emphasis j-rky, She puinted on tiles in the sweetest of styles But rthe didn't know chicken from turkey. But she knew Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Diseovery to be the very best, remedy for a sallow and unhealthy complexion. It brkrht ens the sVi by acting on the liver an(T re moving all the blljous or scrofulous poison from the blood. Suse cure also for consump tion in lts.early stages. WOLCOTT. Mra. Valleaq ia visiting friends in Canada. Mra. Albert Taylor and daughter of Chica go, vi-iting in town A. A. Younir Hml wife of Syraruww, X. Y.. are vi-iiihx Mt U- r Ktn'n Ib-vC. H. Merrill of St. Johnsbury preached at thet'onit'l church on Suuday. Orvil Brown, acrompanied by his nephew, 8. S. Brown, ia spending a few days with Mrs. Hendricks. Lucier'a Minstrels gave a very plensing en. tertainraent to a good sized audience Tuesday eve of lust week. Tbsyouns people will bold a promenade and hop at Burnell 4 Scott'a block the 10th, commencing at 9:30 p. m. The I'niversalist society will hold an enter tainment at the new block on Main Street on Monday evening, July l(i. Admission 10 cents; luach free; all invited. The Cong l Ladies' id society will hold their "Experience social" at the church July 19, afternoon and evening; admission lOcts. The usual 10 c-nt supper will te served, com mencing at 5 p. m. The following officers were chosen nt the monthly meeting ol the Y. P. S. C. E.: Pres., Mma Marshall; vice-Prea., Nellie Tinker; Sec , Mrs. Fannie Fife; Treas., Mrs. Jennie Has kell. Prayer Meeting committee, Mrs. Ellen Scott, F. E. Wheeler; Lookout committee, Esther Shepard, Kate Marshall, Bertha Tay- l,,f I Irtruniut M II.. !... PLEASANT VALLEY. A new boy is reportel at Frank Ward's. Fred Lowell is laid up with a bad finger. Henry Vigeant is away for a short t'me, working at his trade. Alonzo Jennings is having another serious time with his stomach. Mr'. LeBarron's daughter ia at borne from Boston for a short visit. Charles Stoddard and Will Camp caught about 30 pounds of bass at Wolcott pond recently The new tax bill is out and in the hands of the collector. There are a few taxes on last year's list that remain unsettled, which must be paid at once. WATERBURY. The International Advent Christian Con ference Missionary, Elder H. D. Selby, Rnd tent miiBter Elder G. W. Tabor, have pitched their conference tent upon the farm held and carried on by Horace White, on the river not far from the bridge near the Baptist church in Waterbury, by his permission. Meetings began Sunday, July 8, with good interest, and will continue as long as the interest de mands. Meetings begin at 7 o'clock every evening through the week and Sundays at 10:Wa. m and 2 and 8 p. m. All are cor dially invited to attend. KARL'S CLOVER ROOT will purify your Blood, clear your Complexion, regulate your Bowels and make your head clear ns a bell, s 25c, 50c, and f 1.00, at B. J. Dwinell's. BIRTHS. ADAMS In Morristown, July 8, 1894, a son a boh to Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Adams. DICKEY In Ellendale, No. Dakota, June 27, 1S!)4, on the third anniversary of their murriflKe, a daughter to R. W. and Mabel Dento Dickey. BIER In Worcester, Mass., July 6, 1894, a daughter. Hazel Nellie, to Arthur A. and Mvrtie F. Hier. Arjssrreeable Laxative and NERVE TONIC. Sold by Druggists or sent by mail. 25c.. 60a, and $1.00 per package. Samples free. The Favorite TOOTH POTOEB for the Teeth and Ureath.ftjc Sold by H. J. DWINELL. ' LIBERATION NOTICE. Morrisville, Vt., July 9, 1894. Notice is hereby given that I have this day given my son, Dan L. Campbell, bis time dur ing the remainder of his minority, and that I shall claim none of his earnings or pay any debts of his contracting after this date. . Henky J. Camphell. Witness: C H. A. Stafford. photocrams ! in latest styles at Morrisville, Vt. Also a good line of Picture Frames ALWAYS IN STOCK. FLY-FIEND" will positively protect Horses and Cattle from any annoyance from Flies, Gnats and Insects of every kind, improves appehrance of coat, dispensing with fly nets. Keconimended by thousands. Try It and be convinced. Price of Kly-Hend," Including brush, quart cans, li half-gallon. !..; one gallon, ((. One g.lliin will last 3 head of horses or cattle an entire seas' ii. Hewarp of imitations. Address Crescent .nf..:o.,'21UW Iml'.ana Av.,Iu. PROBATE NOTICE. Probate Court lHstrlct ot X.antlll Jntil further notice, a Probate Court for said District will be held at the Court House In Hyde Park, in said District, on each Mouday.We ns day snd Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 12 m., and from 1 .30 to 4 p.m. Guardian Accounts will be tet tied at such times as are fixed by previous ar rancement. Accounts of Executors and Admin Istrators should be filed in the Probate Office when application is made for notice of the set tlenient thereof. EDWIN C. WHITH, Judge. Htdk Park, Vt.. J ulv 13, 1891 . ' Fstate of Nancy 6. Small. WILL PRESENTED. State of Vermont, District of Lamoille, ss In Probate Court, liuld at Hyde Park, within and for said District, on the 231 day of June, A, f-19- An Instrument purporting t" be the last Will and Testament of Nancy R. Small, late of Morris1 own, in said district, deceased, being presented bySvlvester N. Palmer, the executor for Probate, It is ordered by said Court, that all persons concerned therein he notified to appear lit a session thereof, to he held al the ProVmteOf ficeln Hyde Park in said district on the loth (lay of July, A. I). ISM, at 9 o'chs k In the fore noon, and show cause, If any they have, against the probate of said will; for which purpose it ts further ordered, that this op'er be published three weeks successively in the News and Citizkn, a newspaper printed at Morrisville nnd Hv'in Parkin this State, previous to said time of hearing. ' By the Cenr Mtest, 35 EDWIN C. WHITE, Judge. J50. FOR A CASE IT WILL-NOT CURE. 1 ti jll.t. U IIG OS mm You Hou'i hsvvln be a BanVer to own a ('bickering Piano. Of course they cost more than a cheap, shoddy-made p'iano. "The Chickering" is made on thorough ae'entifle principles, of the best material, by the best workmen to b found. ' You don't hear of any strikes in ('bickering Piano Factory their men are paid the highest price paid 'by n" Piano manufacturers theytsk' e !- . ... in their work and try to m-' -..fcsr Piano." The critics of i .,r ,i ay "The Chickerinn" is without nvil. You will be pleased if yon examine them, and the Prices well, as we said before, you don't need to ne a Hanker. McSAiftTOlT 2E0S. 8s CO., " THE BT8TLEHS," 65 Church St., - Burlington, Vt. Mark-Down Bale Now Dq We propose to reduce stock to the lowest possible figure. Doesn't this prove it ? I 23 and 33-cent DRESS GOODS marked down to 19 cents. P OUTING FLANNELS, 12-cent goods, only 8 cents. All our STANDARD PRINTS, 5 cents. i Ladies' and Children's JACKETS AND CArES at less than Cost. JST" We haven't the time to tell you half we ore doing. 1ST JUST CALL AND SEE if this is not the place to get a BARGAIN. G. K. Currier, Boston Cash Store, . M:czrRF?isriiiE: UGHTNlfIG The Best Fruit Jar Made. A large assortment in all sizes at C. H. CRANE'S, Hyde Park. Remember that ox Stock of Ladies' and Children's SHOES AND SLIPPERS! is complete. Examine our Hayirg Tools! The Trices are right, and NOW is the time to secure Paris creen and fruit cans: While they are plenty. Give us a call. H. P. MUNSON, Morrisville, Vt. STRONG 5t ATCDCDED have recently added to their Clothing, Boot and Shoes, Hats and Caps, the Latest Spring Styles and now have the best assortment to be found in this vicinity. They also carry a full line ot 3 - -1 ' -.1 i ittt rnnnQ .amps rarmorQ and Muslin Underwear, Gent's Overshirts and Furnishings. Groceries a Specialty. Hyde Park, Vt., May 15, 1864. Spring is Here! So Are We! yon want a good trade, call on JONES for rour CHAMBER SUITS, EASY CHAIRS, WILLOW CHAINS, ROCKERS, LOUNGES, tf ALL PAPER, PAINTS, OIL, VARNISH, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS & GLASS. CARPETS We can show von different patterns of enrpeting. TAPESTRY, all wool, half-wool and cotton. MATTRESSES to lie on, sleep on. ard tell the truth on. Also WovenWire Spring Reds that will make your dreams happy. Chair Covering and Crushed Plush, Bra i J, 4c, ic. Tj. IVT. JONES, Johnson, Vt. STOCK-TAKING COMES the last or This IVIontlt ! FRUIT JARS !