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MIDDLEBURY , VT., DECEMBER, 18, L885.
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cti aHAprutvctiou for thobu ladlci
wtni'ttfsh to ohtnln mlttous wll
raado frum Kcuulne
FLORENCE KHITTING SILK.
Yhatr-rrr fhft deabm. ntl n.al
Florence Sllk Alittcns ar anlil mia
palr lu a box, beurlng tbc braud
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ltncd m wri?t and bark
turouRiioat wltn cllk. Tbrx
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coiu eiioiaie-i aro rar moru
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tdlcd ui our oirenrv. Ko. 18 Summtir
! Btrert, IlOKton, Masi.
U Our lalrnbookon"knlttlni! 15S3
'lorilllonl rontnlnl rircr Uti valtmhln
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y addrcss on receipt of alx
Old Dr. Booth's
A plcasant, safe, rcllable, and prompt rcmedy
lur tho renioval of atoniacb und seat or pin
win iiiH Irom child or adttlt. It is eusy to take:
nevcr f'.iils; absolulcly barinlcssand rcquin's no
nflcr.phvsic PnceM ecnts; at Hanaford's,
4s l( ( M'l'l lllllH,
'lo t 10
(1 ln slooplnc;,
'Mt.liL- A UTllll
fj I'lll H'lll'f &
1 '1. 1111 1 t" tlltl
niany v bo llm!
nppii -lie Thpg
huf4 Jtr r.oHiiiQ
(iiiriuiiiuy x. eoin
& nre nhsoiutclj
The tnttt DuralU, Comfortalle, and
IJeaWi fvl Oorul 'r io(dor itt price. J
Kvprv tinlr wnrraiileil to
;lvn milltfm'Hnn r nuiin j- rrtiirilcil.j
rr r MICur.)lAM
FOIt A CA9E OF
Scratches, Greasc, or Cracked
Heels on Horscs,
Tbat nc caunot curo with our magnctle remedy.
DR. STEVENS k CO'S
MAGNETIC SCRATCHES CURE
We thlnk ls tho only rcmedy erer dlscovcred
that wlll accorapllsh acertaln aml complcto cure
ln cvory cuso. Itorncs cau bc used and the curo
wlll commcnco f rom llret application.
No lVasliliirT Otr wHli Sonp nml M'ator.
Tbla reniedv will curo ovcrv caso In from 6 to
15 days. Wo bave testlinonlals stating that altcr
trylng everythliiK clso (as they tcrm it) for
scratcbcs witbout bencllt, Dr. Stevons A Co'a
Magnetle Itcmedy would cure at onco. To tboso
skeptlcal we wlll furniBh refcrences on appllca
tlon, Sold by drugglsts. Prepared only by
l)r. 0. II. StoTens & Co., Ilradronl, Vt.,
To whom all ordera sbould bo addreiscd.
For eale by SHELDON & CO., Drugglits
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WL I- l!i"J, " Mf'1
STATK OF VHIIMONT,
Addison Dlstrlct, aa.
llo It mmembcri'd. tliit at n aL'snlon of the Pro.
bato Court liolden nt Ml idlcbury, wllliln nnd for
eaid Dlstrlct, on tlio litllt day of Dccctnbor, A.
I'rescnt: IIon. I.t.man K. KNAPr, Judgo.
Whereas. a ccitain instrunK'tit ln wrltinir un.
dcr scal, purportiiiR lo bo thi! last wlll and tusta
mi'iil ol Soliin Clark, late of Salisbury, ln nald
dlstrlct, Ucceascd.baylng bccn tlds day prcscntcd
tn fald nnurt ofprobatc, and duly lllccl in tho pro
batc ofllco: Tliercfoie, It is ordcrcd thal all
pcrsons iiitcrcstt'd ln the cstato of salu ueroascd
bc notlflcd toappcar licforo salil court, at tbo
orobatu ofllco iu Middlebury, Insald dtetrict,on
tbc lltb day n Jnnuary, A. 1). lKSfl, at lOo'c'ock
. M.. ln' titibllratlnn of thls ordcr tbicu wccks
succcssitcly picriotis tbercto, in the Middlebury
KcElstcr, a newspaper printi d at Middlebury
aforcsalil, to sbow causc if any thcy may liave,
wby aalil Inslrumeiit ln wrltlng aliould not be
prored anii miowrd, aa ino iat wlll anu tcita-
lncntoflhc eaiil dcrcasrd. Gl
I.YMAN K. KNAl'r, .ludge.
fJTATK Of VKltMONT
O Dlstrlct of Addison, .
The I'robalc Court lor tlio Dlstrlct of Addison :
To all nersons Intcrrsted ln tho ostate of Sallv
C. Voung, late of Orwell, tn sald dlstrlct, de
ceased, lntcstate, okebtino:
lly the autborlty oi tho Slate of Vermont, you
arc liereby nntilled fn nppcar belore tlio salil pro-
naie court, ui tnu prnnaie oiuce in iuiiiaicuury,iii
snlil distilct on the lsth ilav of January, . I).
lrO, at 10 o'cliick u ni. to show causc, if any you
bave, why tbo arcount of C K. Ilush, adm n.
Isirator l the cstato ol sald deccat-ed, sbonld nol
be all'iwed, nml also wbv tlio leslduu ol sabl
cstalc sbould not bc distrlbuted to tho partlcs
Datcd at Middlebury, In sald dlstrlct, thls 15, h
day of Uccembcr, A I). 1S85. 61
LYMAN K. KNAPI'..Tud(rc.
STATK t)F V13KSIONT,
IJinlrict ol Addison ss.
Tbo pi obate court lor tho dlstrlct ol Addison :
To all pereons Intcrcsted ln the cstato ol
Jobn N. lirock, lalo ol Orwell, in s-iid dlntrlct,
Ity tho authorlty of the Stato of Vermont, you
are bereby nollllcd to nppcar bctoro the sald
probato court at the probatc oftlcc In .Middlebury,
in sald distilct, on tho 11th day of J.inuun
A. 1). 1SS0 at 10 o'clock a. m. to show causc, if any
ou havc, wby tbo accouut of Kollin E. llrown.
ailnilnlf tralor of tbc cstato of sai ilcccased,
sbould not bc allnncd, and also wby tbc rcstiluc
of sald ehtiile should not bo distrtbutcd to the
parties cntitled thercto.
Uatcl ut Middlebury, ln sald dlstrlct, thls 15th
day of Dccember, A. I. Ie85. 51
LYMAN E. KNAPP, JudKc.
STATK OF VKKMONT,
Dlstrlct of Addison, ss,
The Probato Court lor the Dlstrlct ol Addison
To all l rs ins Inlcrcstcil In the cstato ol
Solnmon llrnke, lnto of Otlio, Webster county.
lowa, dcccased, lntcstate oiikktiko.
lly thu auiborily ol tbc Stato of Vermont, you
are liereby uotllleil to nppcar bcl'oro tho sald pro.
batc court, at tbo probato ofUce in Middlebury, ln
sald dlstrlct ol Addison, on tbu 11th day of Jan
uary, A. I). lfi.-G, at 10 o'clock a. in. to sbow
causc, If any you bave, uhy tbeaceount of A. M.
Kichnrds, iidiiilulstrator ol the cstato ofs'ibl de
ceased, slmuld not be alloued, and alsowbj
the resldue ol buI1 cstHte shoulil not bc ills
tributed to the pailles cntitled thereto.
Itatod at Middlebury, In sald dlstrlct, thls
lam uay ui in'ccmuer, a. w. if. ot
l.VMAN K. KNAPP, .indKC.
FJTATK OF VKItJlONT,
Dlstrlct f AflillNon, sa.
llo It rciiieinbctcd. tbat at a session ol tho Pro
bate Court holdcn at Middlebury, wilhin and fot
said District, on tbc 15th day of I)cccmbcr,A.
Prcscnt. Ilon. l.vman K. Knann. .ludirc.
Whcrcas, n ccrtaiii instruiiieut ln wrltlng,
undcr Bcal, ptirportinfr to bo the last will aml
tcsUiu.cnt ol' Mary E. Convcrce, late of Hnd.
port In sald Dirtrict, deceascd, barinir bcen
thls day prescnted to said Court of Probatc, and
duly tiled lu tho Probatc ofllco: Tbcrefore, ii
Is onlercil, tbat all pcrsous Intcrcsted n the es
tatcofsaid deceascd bc notillcil to appcar be.
torc sald Court, at tho Probato Ollicc ln Mid-
illcbury, ln sald dlstrlct, on tbo lltb day of
.lamiarv. A. I). lssl.at ln o'clock. a. m.. bv mib
llcalion ol thls order llirce weeks successivel)
previous inereio, in ino .niuuicnury iicgisier, a
newspaper prtnted at Middlebury, to shon
cause, It'any tbey niay havc, wby said Instru
mcnt in wrltinir should not be nrovcd and allow.
ed, as tbc last will and tcstMmcntid tho sald de-
LYMAN E. KNAPP, Judge.
STATK OF VKK.UONT,
Addison Dlntricr, .
Ile it rcinenibcrcd. that at a session of Uie nro
bato court holden ut Middlebury, wllhln and for
satn nisirict, on luc latn uay ot ueccmber, A.
i r r i- i ' t . .
Wbcreas, C. E. Ilush, admlnlstrator of Uie
estatu oi sauy u. loung, late ot urwcil,
ln sald district, dcccased, has thU day pre
scnted to said court, Ids pctlllon In wrlting,
scttllns forth, that It wlll be neccssary to sell a
part ol the rcal estate of said deceascd, for the
paymcntorthc debts and chanres of uilinlnistra,
tlon: and also that It wlll bo bencllcial lor all
parties lnteresled therein to scll tbc wholo ortho
ical estate ol sabl duceaeod, nml tberelu tnaking
application to s iil court for licenso.to inako such
falo. And said administr.itor havlnir nroiliirpd
to said court the usscnt In writlnir of all the helrs
reminng ln llils btalc, inlerestcd ln said real
est.ito. It Is ordcrcd. that ull uerBons intcrcsted
iu tbc estate of said dcccased be notilied to np-
iii.i r ouiore saiiicouriat ineprouao omce in
miiiiiieuury, in saiuuistrict.on tlie iltn ouanu'
ary, A. D, lf.-fl, at 10 o'clock a. ni. by pubhca
ttoii of thls ordcr thrce wecks Buccesslely pr'
vious thercto, ln Ihe Mlildleburv lteirlsier. a
newspaper printcd at Middlebury, aforesald, to
anow eauso, u any tney may nave, wny sald 11
eeuse should not bc granteif.
Ol LYMAN E.KNArr, JUdgC.
UTATK )F VKltMONT,
O Dltrlct or Adillann, sa.
llo lt rcmcmbcivd. Ibat at u BCBalon of tbc orn
bate enurt holden at Middlebury, withln and for
b un uisinci, on me laiu uay ot ucccinucr, A. u,
Prescnt. Ilon. Lvinan E. Knauii. Judire.
Wbeicas, Surdine K. Ilubb.ird, ailmlnlelrator of
ino estate ot r.dn , 91. Allx, late or Hancock, In
suld district, ilcccased, has tbis day presc mcd to
said court lin petltlou ln wiitlng, settlug (orth
th it it will be iiMdsury to sell u part of tbc real
istalc ol sald dcccased, for tbo payment of thu
debts anil charges of admlnlstratlon; and also
tbat It will bo bencllcial lor t.ll parties interest
tbcrcln tu sell tbo wholo oi tho rcal cstato
ol sald deceascd; and therein maklng
npplicailon to said court for licenso to mako
suih sale. And said adiuluUlr.itnr liaviug
productd to said court tho nssent m wrltlng of
all tlie hclrs resldiinr in tbis .Slate. liiti-reMcil ln
salil rcal estale, lt ls ordered, that all pcrsons
lntcrested ln llm cstato of said deceascd te notl
lled to nppcar beloro eaid court, at tho probato
olllco ln Middlebury, lu said dlstrlct, on tlio lltb
uay oi .january, j k, le.-o, ai luo'ciock a. m.,
by publlcatiou ol'this ordei tbrco weeks succes.
sively previoua thereto in tho Middlebury Itcg.
isler, a iicwsnanerDriiitcd it Mlddleburv. aforo.
sald, to show causc, if any they may have, why
Dniu ntciieD buuiiiii nui runieii. oi
LYMAN E. KNAPP, Judge.
STATK Of KKSIONT.
Aildlaon Dlatrlct. as.
Ile lt remeuibcrcd. tbat at a acaainn nf tbo nrn.
bnto eotirl holden at Middlebury, wilhin and lor
snin uisitici on ino latn uav ot Dccember, A. u
Prescnt: Ilon. Lvman E. Knami. Judtre.
Whcrcas, Louts Uiard, admlmstratnr of the
enale ol apolcoIl Pigeon, lato of Ilrldport
in sald district, deceascd, has llns day prcaentei
to said court, hls pclltlon in wrltlng, setting
furth, that It III bo neccssary tosell a uart ol
the real estate ot s th! dcccased, for the payment
of Uie debts and chnrgea of adminlalratlon; anil
aiso tuai lt will bn ueueuclal lor all parties ln
tcrcBtod llierci i to sell tho wholo of tbo real es.
talr ol sald doreased. and therein makiuir annli
catlon to sald court lor licenso to make such valo.
Anil sald adiuinlitrator havint; produced to said
court tbe asaent In wrltliiL.' of all the hcira resul
ln tlit .Stalc, intcrcsted in sald real estate. lt is
ordered, that all pcrsons lntcrested in tbe cstato
of B ild dcccased, bo nntlOed tn appear beforo sabl
rourt, at tbo probato ofllco ln Middlebury, in sald
uisinci on ino iimuay oi jauuarr, A. u. is.
by publlcatlon ol thls ordcr, thrce weeks buccc
slvelr nrcvlous tbereto. ln tbe ltcirlstor au
Jnurnal. a newsuatier mlntcd at Sinldlcliury,
aforesald, to ihow cauie, If any they may bavo
i wny aaia ucento inouin noi ut grantea. oi
LYMAM E. KKAPP, Jude.
THE DECAY OF THE HILL TOWNS.
Those who have travclctl tlirough tha
hill country of New England must often
have been struck by tlie sight of a white
church standing almost ulone npon a
Buumiit of tlie great riilge. Once it was
the meeting place of souic flotiri.shiug vil
lage, but when the railroadj camc, mak
ing their way througli the roimh forbid-
ding country by following tlie water
courses closely the villauera desccnded
inlo the Talleys, built tiii towns along the
great highwayg of travel and lcft the old
church to mourn ovcr its lost glones and
to struggle along weakly until it too had
to succiimb to the new order of things.
The clergy who built ttp theae pillars of
orthodoxy were strong and carnest iiicn,
and tliose who have succeeded them are
not less so. Their lives are tnarked by
self-sacrifice and severe work. Their )a-
bors are carried on under many diflicul
ties and hardships, and it ia not surprLi-
mg that tnany suuer from rlieutuatism
and neuralgia. That many of them have
found a cure, however, for these diseases
may bo secn from thcse letters. Rev.
A. S. Cooper, of Williaton, Vt., sayii:
"Twelve hours' use of Athlophoros
greatly removed the pain from my sys
tem and rcndcrcd the muscles bo supple
that I could get up and down with easc,
which I have not doue for a loncr time.
I called ycsterday on a ccntleman who
got a bottle from me and who I expec
ted would send for morc tlirough me,
but I found he had got the start of me
and ordered for himself, having been
mucli benefited by it."
ilenry L. llall, cditor of Willimantic
(Ct.) Journal, who is well and favorably
known for milcs around, says:
Ihree doses of Athlophoros relteved
me from a very acilte attz.ck of inflamma
tory rlieumatism in nine hours. I con
sider it an invaluable remedy in rheu
matic affections, and eatecm it a pleasuro
to recommend Atldophoroa."
Mr. J. B. Webster, who is the carpenter
for the Willimantic Linen Co., of W'illi
mantic, Conn., and is well-known and
unicli respected in that neighborhood, Rairs:
" For three months I BuH'ered with
inllammatory rlieumatism, aml failed to
receive any relief from anv of the ntimer
otisremedies forthatcomplaintiiiitilJ took
Athlophoros, which entirely cured me."
Rev. S. Donaldsou, of Lyndon, Vt..
"The bottle of Athlophoros helned my
wife greatly. She had up to the time of
taking it been a great BUlTerer from neu
ralgia and rheumatic dtflicultics, making
it almost impossible for hcr to walk with
ny case. Ihese uiliiculties have been
ubout her more or less for fourteen years.
Since taking the medicine she has bcen
omparatively frte from pain and n aule
to walk better than before for ueveral
Rev. Charles E. Ilarris, formerly of
New Havcn, now of Hrooklyn, gays:
"Athlophoros acted like a charm, and I
havc been quite free from any attack of
lheumatism from that time until the pres
cnt. 1 can, therefore, with all sincerity
testify to the valuable tjuality of Athlo
phoros as a rhl'iimatic cure."
If you cannot get Athlophoros of your drug
glst, wc will send lt cipress pald, on rccelpt ot
regular price one dollar per liottte. We prefer
that you buy lt from your drugghU, but if he
hasn t lt.donot be persuadcil to try soniethini!
else, but order at once from tw, as dlrccted.
ATHLoriioKOS Co., 112 Wall Street, New York.
Central Vt. Railroad.
" EASTERN STANDARD TIME.
OOAI3IGNOINQ OCTOHGll, 4, 1885.
Tralns wlll leavT Middlebury aa followB:
QOIMO NOBTII AND WEST.
3:36 a m
N1UHT EAl'RKSS, frotD
New Y'ork for Montreal. Og.
dcnBburic and tho West.-
Slccplng car to Montreal
daily cxccpt Mondays.
LOCAL E.XPRE9S for Bur
EXPUE38 MAIL, from New
York. Now London. Troy.
Albany, Springf'ld and Uos.
ton for Burlington, Mont.
pollcr, St. Albans, Montreal,
Ogdensburg and the West.
EXPREsS, tVom New York
Albany and Troy for Ilur.
llngton, St. Albans, Mon
6:15 p m
treal, anu ino west. rar.
lor car to St. Albans.
QOINO SOUTH ANU EAST.
HCVnn o m EXPUESS.fornoston.Wor.
JJ.JyJ a. IXi. ccslcr, New London, Sprlng.
DClil anu iow lumi aiso
Troy, Albany A New York,
wllh Wagncr Drawlna
Itoom car to New York. ar
rivmif 7 p. m.; altol'ullraan
DrawuiK lloomcar, to Jlos.
ton, arrlving 6:35 p. in.
MIXED, for Hutland and
-4:52 p m
MIXEU, for Hutland.
-i n-On vm-i NIGHTEXPKESS, for Troy,
XVJ.jU p UI Albany, New York, and
noston. a oieeping car
tlirough to New York ann
also to Boeton.
Colng South-6l3B a m-Mlxed traln
learca Ticonucroga lor j.eicesicr juncuon, ar
Colng North-B:B5 p m-Mlscod traln
lcaves l.cicostor juncuou, arriving ai iicun
dcroga 7: 35.
jnr Throuch Tlckcts for Cnlcago and the West
for aalo at the princlpal statlons.
S. W, OUMMINQS,
General Passonger Agcnt.
J. W, HOBAET,
Enterprlslng young nicn who wlah to prcpare
themselves for a succcBstul stirt in buslness, can
do II best by a courso of sludy al tlio ai.iiam
IttlSlNKSS COLLEOE. Haa ovcr 3.000 gradu.
ates in buslness. Catalnguo and spcclraens of
penmanship malled free on application. Ad.
drett, Carnell A Carhart, Sl and n North Pcarl
t., Albany, N. I.
Logs are bclng liaulcd to tlio mlll now
ino lyceuni stui attracts a crowu cvery
Tbo slck neoplc ainotm us aro tbe most
of them liiiprovhie;.
Miss Spcnccr of Addlon ls tho new as
slstant teaclicr in tbo jjradcd pcIiooI.
I.lbunus lodpo, F. and A. M., jire talk
injr about a festlval ln tbo ncar future.
I'reparations are beiiiK uiado In tbe
Iinptist church for Cliristiiias lcstlvities.
Jo. Qautblor ls tcacbltif; scbool ln tbo
Notch and .Miss Vllllo Vlntou on tbo
Rev. P. U. Stronfjof tbc Baptlt cburcb
wlll proacb a CbristniaB seriiion to tbo
cblldrcn next Snnday inornin'.
Wc bear rumors of stocl: companies
being formed boro for tbo mnnufacture
of furnltuic, and to build a botol.
Miss Clani Eatnian, wbo sent ttCall
fornla for her liealtb scveial months
since, inforins her friends bcru tbat slic
Tho wlnter term of tbo tfraded scbool
opeued last weck Tuesdnv. Tberu Is a
lareo attondancc. Anotber asltant
toacber bas been hlred in tbo blgb scbool
lliti lecturc by Ilenry Watu lifeulicr at
Holly btll last weck was attendcd by an
atidlence of ncarlv 700 peoplo. lt was
tho best thltiK in tbo lecture llne tbat
Bristol bas had vct.
15. S. Field is very low. lt is feared bc
will noc rccover.
Tbe railroad refuin; to tako wood.
tbcre aro no swatnp jobs gong on so far
as one cau learn tbis winter.
Tbe sinsjini; class utidcr tbe dlrectlon
of Prof. Huckman clocd witli a coneert
on W'cdnesday eveninc;. Tbe elas bave
made llne pioijress diuinr bis stay wltb
them. He Is now conductiii' a class at
Tbe nicmbers of tbc Y. W. C. T. U.
are preparlnj; to irtve a u',anmtii enter-
tainment soon. of wblcb notice wlll be
glvcn. Tbc plays einployed are pleasinf;
and instnictiye and tbc cliarni'tors bas
bcen selected wltb ureat carc, so that
tbc etitcrtalninent will be a trcut wblel
tionc can all'ord to lose.
It is understood tbat N. R. UoiiKlas
& son aie preparin: to crect a creainery
tbe coinbiK spiinc; lor tbo imini:; actiire
of tlieir owti Imtter atul tlutt of their
nei;bbors wbo lind it for their Interest to
patronic tiit'in. tlie appaiatus used
will be a centiifuga! cicatn separator
eitlier Danlsli- eston or lie l.a Val pat
terns. Tbey bave si.ent liiui'b time visit
IiifC crcaineiips In vaiiotis localitie.s ninjr
eitlier ot tliese seperators. invcsttiiateu
their workin;, conversed witli tbe pat-
ron anil lind tlie systcin civcs sieneral It
not unhersal satisfiictinn, aml bebeve It
the systein above all otliers for tbutnanu-
tai'ture nt Imtter, lu tliat it irlves tlie
tiiO'it iiniform and satisfactory results at
tniicb less expense to botb patrons and
Mr. Uann has been stiirerlnj? from
billous attack, but Is now iinpruviug.
MIbs Emma Bencdlct of Cornwall has
been in town, tho guestof Mrs. Dr. Pres
Judge Doud is better than at any time
durlng bis llloess. He Is awaltlng the
sound of the sleieh bellswltb somo anxi
The good people of tbo parlsb arc ln-
terestinir tlieinselves tn srettitis: up a can
tata, "The Birth of Cbrist," which will
be rcndered on ednesday evcning, Uec.
'2J. at the cliurcli aml parcicipatcti ln uy
most of tbc musical talent iu town. A
lartro attendauce and hnppy occaslon
Aiitliatiiol Frencb, ono of the older
citizens of the town, died on V rhlay ol
last week, and hls funeral oectirred troin
bis resldence in tlie nortli part or tni
town on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Frenel
had bcen a great suflercr for tnany years
with a severe nervous tllsease, wliicl
had been very dlstresrting to blm and al)
Tbe followitig ls from tbc Whltcball
(IU.) Jltaisler ot Dec. 1: "Miss Einily
Grlswold was born on Applo Creek Prai
lle. Illlnols. Jan. 23. 1813, and tlietl very
suddenlv Wednosdav, Nov. 2j, Ib8.i. at
tlie liome or lier sister ln ,ew iiaven
vermont, at the ajre of 42. The reinaius
were brousbt to lier old bome for luter
tnent aniong relatives and friends, arriv
I utr bere Sundav, November 21), accoin-
nanled bv G. W. Bartoti. The funeral
services were held tho next day at 1
o'clock, at tbe resldence of II. A
Grlswold. bv Rev. B. B. Hamllton. i
large concourso ot sorrowing reiativet
and friends followed tho reinains to their
tlnal restiug place iu the Whltohall ceni
eterv. Two brotbers and two sis'.er sur
vivehertono nrotner, ueorge, iiaving
dled Oct. 2G. 1802. from a diseaso contract
ed while servinii bis country In the Hebel
Ilon. Ilenry A. resides on tbo liome placo
and Loval P. near bv: I.ols L., wlfe ol
Albert Clinnln, ncar Uttaway, Kas., and
Mary E., wlfo of G. W. Barton, in New
Iiaven, Vt. With the latter slster she
spent a greater portlon of tbo last 20 yeirs
or lier Uie, anu was iikp a inotner to ner
children. who sadlv mls ber. Tho de
ceased united with tho Methodlst church
at Jacksonville. 111., while atteuditig
selino tbere. anu tiuritig lierstny ln eu
Havcn united wbith tbe Congregational
church in that place. hlio contititietl
true nnd earnest Chrlstian, and was pre
pared to nieet her baviour. She had been
in poor bealth for many years, conse
nuentlv sullered inuch. but tlltl not coiu
plain; and wasalways provldlng for the
coniions oi oiucrs ratner tniin ner own,
no tnatterhow badly sho was fcelIn'.5lu,
cnined wartn friends wherever sho went
who will ever renietnber her as bclng klnd
and lovablo towards all. Thus closed the
earthlv llfe of a pure and nolilo slster
who has cono to meet tho lovcd oucs on
the other shore, wbere her sufi'orlngs are
oyer, and.all ls Joy and poace."
3lrs. I. T. IJrftncb is alowly improving.
Slr. and Mrs. Frcd Rav are bleasod
wltb a son.
Cbarles Ctlttlnz Is annarentlv falllni?:
s Kreatlv troubled to breathe.and nannnfc
Mls iCate Wincliestcr ls slowlv recov-
rlnir from lier lameness. but stlll usna
A warrant was issued last week for tbe
arrest of Ilenry Stapv. be luu 112 been
coinplalned of for nbusc to bis horscs,
out up to Saturday cvenins' Constablo
oiioies nau not ueen aoie to Und lilm.
"Tbe Star of Hetblebem." a noeni with
iuusic, wrlttcn and composed by Helen
31. Xodd, wlll bc read bv the nu.thore.ss
on Mondny cvening next, the 21st. at the
lown 11:111; vocallst, Miss Kva Abboy.
lhc funcral of Chus II. Bowker wm
not largely attended on Wcdnesday last,
on account of tbe inclcment we'ather.
tcv. W, ,T. Tillcy. theEniscoDallan clcr-
gyinan from Brandon, olllciatcd. assbted
y itev. t). t. Calhoun of our own town.
Miss Ilelcn M. Todd and two of hcr
mnslc scholars Mlsses Eva and Lena
Abby made a ilylng visit to the eastern
part of tho Stato last week and by way
of passlnj; the time plcasantly gavo two
or three entcrtainments in readlDo; and
sinsing; wnne on tneir route.
Miss Mott is exnected hoiiie
scbool the early part of next week.
Rev. Mr. Mott and wifc took a trin to
Ilubbardton. Vt.. while it was trood
sleighing last week.
Mrs. .lanc Evercst is much worsc. al-
though she bas been quite comfortablo
lor .soiiit! little time pat.
The Methodlst socletv havc purchascd
a chatiilellcr for their church. It is said
that it ha fourteen lights, and is to bo
put ui) by Cnpt. Hoirnagle of Vergennes.
The inenibers of the M. E. Sundav
scbool are maUlnir pronarations for an
vntertaimuent to be giyen Dec. 27 ln tho
ovening. I liey are always successful In
drawing a full house.
The siiueal of the porker is b ard, and
bogs are vanlsbing from oll tlio facc of
tho earth. Among those of heavy
wcijiht already kllled aro these: One
owncd by Cbarles Tull, tbat was sald to
weigh 031 pounds; .1. V. Hill. one, 493
pntinds; while Iliram ICent's sprlng pigs
weighetl 39(i and 37" pounds each; and
there are more good ones to bear from.
We are sorry to learn that Jullus North
ls sick with a fever at St. Johnsbury,
wbere he has been attending scbool. IIIs
inother was telegrapbod for lat weck
and she has gone to take care of hlm.
Tbe Caswell boys, Pldson and Ilenry,
are liome for a short visit. Ilenry ex-
peets to leave town a;aln next Wednes-
day Dec. Ui. but not alone. forthecards
are out. We are not informed of Edson'a
phina. but doubtless thls ls bis trlp for
Our sleighing took a Frencb leave last
Wednesday nigbt and bas not rcturned
yet. several Incbes or snow lell bunday
evening, but, owing to tho wartn atmos
phere, wasted considerably. The old
weatlicr propnets are ln ruii laitn tnat we
shall have some tnore soon.
Somo of the young people of Shoreham
are preparing one of Baker's dratnas. en-
titled "Uur f oiKS", to De givcn on v ed
nesday evening, Dec. 33, in academy
n.ill. w o are iniormeu tuat tnc parts aro
adinirably taken. Those who are fortu-
nate enougu to attenu niaj- as well pre
pare for an eyening of fun.
D. Allison Forbes of Ellsworth. Iowa,
spent most of last week with friends in
town. Allie" is the same old sixpence,
althotigh be bas been gone for four years
nearly". Cares and business do not seem
to have left their imprcss upon hlm ns
yet. He and hls family started on their
return liome last saturtiay, oeartng tne
best wishes of their numerous friends for
suceess and prosperity.
Miss Nellie Norton has been quite lielc
witli sore throat.
Ezra lVcue Is quite low with hemor
rhagc of the lungs.
Miss Kate Collins of Colchester, Vt..
has been visltlng at Rev. B. Cox's.
J. W. Wrlgbt will conimenco picking
ttirkeys next week. He 1ms about seven
tliousand to pick tbis season.
Mrs. Jobn Tatreau is very sick and
fears aro entertained that she wlll not re
cover. Dr. Towsley of Panton is tho at
Mr. Winch.fr., has returned liome from
Burlington, wbere he has been for medi
cal treatment. Ho is no better. Tbero
is somo talk of his golng to Now York
clty for treatment.
The schools bave comnieneed in tho
several districts. MissNellieSunderland
of Brltlport teaches in tho Chlmnoy Polnt
district; Miss Daisy Ilarris of Panton at
ihe Potash Bay schoolhouso, and Miss
Stisie Norton of East Addison in Norton
town. AVest Ferrishurgh.
Ilarvey Newlon has been dangerously
slck with pneumonia, but is much better,
One of our notorious scandal cases has
been settled. the defendant paylng all the
costs and eounel foe.
Yl t) lirldgo.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Tames will open
their hotiso Wednesdav evening, Dec. 23,
for a parlor meeting of tho Y. W. C. T.
IT. A good programtne hcs been nrrang
d, consisting of intisiu and a dlaloguo
cntitled "Does lt Pav." All. both old
and young, aro cordfally Invlted to be
Impotency In man
ore's Aromatlc Wlne
or wouian cured by Gil.
Rov. K. J. Whltney ol Clarkson, N. Y., aayt
Gllmorc'i Aromatio Vine for female waknt
itandi witbout a rlval.