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Lei's Talk II Over.
l.'ins'Hi v::s in Chelsea Ihis
1 oui4'l;i.s Ihirr
Miss Aila Iii'i:i?i:ni) ci ( 'liii a' ii
iiiiiir J'. I). I.add.
.Mis AI.i;uiu Cuds of (iroluu
Hun liy in (own.
A daughter was born lo .Mr. an
iuiiiw(! .Minn mis iniiraiii-'.
John .Niil-el of Smith's imnduw
l:iiil tli wilii ihc rheumalisin.
Tin.' regular ineetin;;' of i Ji ise, ,.()
l'any 1, will he held ihis cvi'iiin-'.
K, T. IJdlhm u i'iil lo l!is.in on
iuess Iriji tins illuming.
Mr. ami .Mrs. .laiiu ( Iraiiniii of liclhc
tiro visiiin nl Hi(. mlm, ,,f n, ;
Ml' 1 '...! . , ..
this inoniiii;r to see a friend .-afr! y on I
'Miss Mamie Ilari'iaii of N'orihlicld !
visited her sister, .Miss .Maruvt Uarri- !
gun over Sunday.
T. F. Minnax of (Jinin-v, .Mass was
in tlHi.'ily Saturday j.ht.-iji-- nrdcrs with
some of lh,. loral ".Tmiile dealers.
Tin yoini. child ,,f .Mr. and Mis.
Kuvni! lininrll of .Soma .Main slivel,
is ijniti: Kirk with liir croup.
Mrs. Y. V. Morse and daughter left
kim weci; tor I. una, Ohm, whore shi
will visit rrlalivos.
Arthur Sullivan of SI. Allians is tin
new telegraph operator for the Central
rrniont liailroad Company.
Miss Lillian Wright f Iliiiesl)iirr, a
former (iud, lard student h is been visit
ing lh: K. I!. Whillaker.
Mrs. I". V. I'ei'iieson of Fort Ilenrv,
N. V., is visilinsr her sister, Mrs. F,. ii
Tin; Ladies I'nion will e,ive a straw
herrv soeiaole in the Imivcrsalist church
Tuesday evening. Sirowherries will
at ci".!it n'eloi-k. Aihnission 15
A cordial invilalion is exlended
Mrs. Willard of East Monlpelier died
'ai in nay ,
Alexander Cordon returned Sal unlay
ru ling lroin Scotland, aflur a trij) of
(i in. ii lll'HIl u,
ll is expected that all tho stores in
Hie rily will ho closed tonight in honor
of llu; Dewey cclchralion at Miinlpclier.
The M. and It. R. liailroad will
run a .special train to Monlpelirr this
evening al O.L'O to neroniinodale the
I Kir;;r rrowd wliieh will git to Montpe
Mrs 1 iff to the erleliralion this evening .
a .ipccnii Irani will leave Harre this
rvenins' at 7 oeloek over Ihi! Central
rrinonl Itailroad lo accoinuilalo those
who will altend tho cclebralion ,,i
Ihis evening in Monlpelier. A special
t i in will from Monlpcliorat 11 I'.M.nfti r
me. nre'.vnr.is to accomodate Jiarro
is well as illiamslown
The Mayor and board of aldermen
went to Monlpelirr on the noon train to
rloi.il ,!., i I.,.:
......... ,,,, .,,un;iie. mass nieeiinjr in
Armory Hall. In the evening there
will be a grand display of fireworks
and it is exported there will he a lar.'e
crown ot i.arre people hi the
rily this evening.
. ... j . kuii'iiis in me wesi .siitn are
very niueh opposed to having the new
acnoot House loealed on this side of the
river in .orih I.arre and havo got up
pi-niio i a-siung ,mu It )t) loeated on the
west sine, the petition lias about lifly
Miners ami it will lie presented at tho
ineeiing ot tin; school commissions to
Gasoline and Quick Meal Gaso
line Stoves, Refrigerators, lee
Cream Freezers, Window and
Screen Doors, Poultry Netting1
and Wire Screen also
Fr;d:iv n,- v.:' -.''...I I..-.H1 l 8 :S
.! dcf'edal l.)::Jilsilli' s'lldenfs rniild
'see Comi:uiy K I"''
i,arl chi'i'Hi:' was tin- rcsnil.
j 'J'he Lievseclebnli"! l''eir viclory Sal
,,lilv wilh ii IhhiIuv I'"' '''"ipiis
and wilh chernn- for Hie i,ieinb..'r.s ot
!,.. The.iewsof Fewcys vieloiy was
also eelelin.ieil I '!'.( rs snv,
Company !:, ( 'apl. liadyerand Mr. Dun
Iiamwho had rnlislcil wilh the roliipany.
J!. V. Super, -I7, lias In spending
a few days al Hi" Seminary llu- past
Miss Allies Dniryof lN-e deneilmi,
of Miss lirown receniiy.
UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL Dll
W. K. WntM I LtY ,
02 Xo. Main Strct-t, - " I;;ll '
n ne,l,..w will Koccivo Mv lVi-Konrtl Allcntion.
X:. .1.1- '.. c ,1TI l I'M, Mill. I i-
ili;llt Villl" "III 1 "iiij'.i;
Telephone call at Residence 141-0. A4
of r i
Charged With Adultery.
nvo weii-Miown Residents of
uarre Arrested This Morning,
at. dimes Brothers
and will In' lill after
I road are tlirniiirh nosli
Tilden place. 1
Vr order of
'. I). I'tnai'.'
Captain .Slurlevanl, formerly of the
5a's "tho lirs
oiiniuuii army in iHirlm
been apjiointrd raplain of
army. Knsin Burrows has
home in Xew llamnshire.
Ji. F. Bobinson has been awanlcd llui
contiaet by the post ollice deparlnicnt
for earring ihc mails between llie post
o(!i, e and ihe ( enlral 'erniont depot.
His son, Arthur will do the work.
The. parents of .James Xuio received
a let i or from him Saturday, whirl, stat-
eii inai ne nail it n (he llaship X
l orn ami pin,! I,, work on the ll.
X. I.. : I ; .!'... i
j.i.iuio i.auroa'.i as lircinan
jjosiun aim -l.aw rnire.
The employees of the Harrison (Iran-
.u nmiMiii siiowim nieir patriotism
oisi week wnrn lliey raised jS.U() by
s.iosenpiion ior a new I'niled Males
fl.vwJm Ha-has been purchased and
il.vinjr over TnVshinoT-A-J--'4ali-'--.
iii tho lirst to start the snbserinU,,,,
Kiiierson is on the sick list
,ompiaims nnvu Ueen niade to health
ollieer Chandler on le.'eount of tho un
healthy roiulitiou of the premises of the
French estate on Church slreel. Steps
will be taken iminediali y (J s,, ( j,., t
the touihIs are put in pro'perrondilion.
Myron A. Hutchinson of Calais, who
was arrested Friday evening by o'llircr
French on a chai-e of rrimi'iiaf assault,
was liouud over to the yraud jurv of the
Seplcmber term under s.'ilill bon'.L- II.!
cauld not obtain buiidsmau and was takci
to .Monlpelirr jail Samrday cvciiine.
Hrallh ollicrr M. L. Chandler's atten
tio.i was calledjlasi Sal unlay lo a ea
..,m,.. i ,., .,, mioiiicr in .Mount slreel,
v.... i.iu niiii-e n as I nmieiiial el y ipiarau-
""'ii. i ne person is (ieore, tin
yoiiii- son of Mrs. Jane Sheriff. 1 1(.
lesiin -j; as eirmtorialily as can be ex
ed- J his is the only ca-e in
the present lime.
maniey rerry ot J'lainliihl was at his
iainers, . a. terry, a short lime Sun
day while on his way to U illiamstown.
The Seniors of Ihe Jlih School will
give an eiitcrlaiiimeut tomorrow even
ing in Ihe chapel. A line pro-ram has
been arranged and the eiilcriainineiil'
promises to be of a liih order, 'j'j,,.
aumission wilt he lo cents.
Sheriff Wortldry of Washington came
to this riiy this morninrr wilh warrants
" nrn-stot Mrs. '. A. 1'epper
and Herbert S. Colby, two well known
residents of this city. They are ehar"-.
I'd with adultery and were taken To
Chelsea this morning were there will
be a hearing before Hale K. Darlin-r.
lliey were arrested on romplaiiit of
County Clerk Kmery of Cranre.
Tlie above named' couple are charged
with adultery at Tulibrid.., September
-"ii, if.:ii, iiiirinir the Wor d's Fnit-
1... . I 1 I IS 1. 1M :i I .l. . I.
Jl"s ! 1 'sum pioseeuiion Wliieh
local j l";iH ftrown out of th0 World's Fair tit
lo his ' Tuiibridifo. A number of witnesses
have been summoned from various .,nwu
of Orane-e eouuly and the case will be
neaiii uiiiay. (.eorfro T. Swazey will
appear for Colby and S. C. Shnrti,.ff ,.f
Monlpelirr will defend Mrs. I'epper.
Mr. and Mrs. Pepper have been niar
ried a iiumberof years. Last December
Jhev had iroiible and it is alleged that
.-he Kit him on account of non-.snn..n..t
ami have nol lived to-other since then.
Mrs. I'epper has been clerk at the d rue
.store of W. II. (iladdin- for a number
j ot months and recently brought suit for
j ilivorco. from her husband, which is still
i I pendinjr in the county court.
M.. ',.11... : . .i. . ,. .
. ... . eu Known tiorse
ua ner in tins nly. He is a bachelor
aim resmes on South Main street
Garden Rakes, Hoes, Soadiner Forks, Lawn
Mowers, and Garden Hose.
JACKMAN BLOCK, liARKE, YT.
Preached His First Sermon in This City
-(i iM.-vr.t.. It. Hunker has a dowii'
1 stairs ti'iiciiient t(i rent wilh 7 ruoiii:
Spriii;,' water. lli"il.
it., i ...THililf terins-iL coo' I stone slice!
..in. ir.,i-i.ihi.f iinil linoin derricks, Al.-o some
vcrv ili-sinilile ti'iii'ini'iits : liniiire of
V, A. BOVCE.
liKXT. lioiiins ill plciisiltit loeiitinil.
I One vcrv jileiiMinl room, II Slinrt Street,
Alice I're.stui'i. I"'1'
TO I! ISN'T A live room tciieinent on l'ciirl
,t. It will lie vacated .U'iy J.t.
.MliS. KIJ.A I.AM 11.
.. i j
TO liKXT. Five lar.-o coinirclin, rooius,
suitable forollii'i'iiiiil teneiiient cuiiihiiieil,
up one lli'lit Avcrill's Hluck, now mvtipicil
hv llr. StieKnrv, nisi, single front olllre up
oi:c lli.ht, I.. M. Avirill.
Foil SAI.i: One lloiix' nail Lot on Iluwi's
Street, ami six liirctc liiiildiiii; Lots on
I'crrin Mill, iiin'l one larue Corner lliiililini;
I .nt at Ills corner of Stroud ami -Main Sts. In
iliiire at T. (i. U'liili'liin's, SI 7 No. Main St.
Foil S.VI.l'. A nice stylish Trap, !?ooiI as
Dii. V. W. Sti:i.:u:, liarre, Xt,
Will Give as a Prize
TO THE BOY WHO SELLS THE LAR(;i
HER OF OUR PAPERS BET WE EX M
APRIL 11 AXD AUGUST 1st
A Fine New BICYafi
National Mixed I'aint, Strictly l'ure
White Lead and oil, all kinds of l'aints
Varnishes, and kalsouiines at low prices
L. M. Averill.
WANTKI) by an experienced yrirl a in
silioii to ilt (li ncriil lloiisc-wnrk. In
I iiilri' at Dower.- A ('licssor's market.
ANTi:ii.-l!oanlers at N'o. (i Spimliliin;
REV. A. E, AT WATER.
Out of Town Locals.
VST I! A It HE,
t lie Krv. Dr. J'liddefoot will speak in
i. .'icia iiouse i;;is evening.
l rceman ,Ma tbav from In., ..I,,....,!!.
was eaiieii nere last week by tho death
oi ins oroiner-iu-law Klisha I'reseott.
The schools have begun with Alma
Adams as teacher at the upper village ;
Mrs- Caroline Kly at the lower; Kdilh
l'arker at the Outer; Ueriha Cross at
tho mines and Fannie Siearns of Chul
soa in the I'iU district. Ilattin It. I)at
liiigof the lower village is teaching in
I.ev. J. 1). Cross
NO MAIL d'Oll SPAIN.
If there are any people in I'.arre who
havo friends in Spain, it will be useless
to send any letters or miners to them
will be seen by the following which lias
just been received by l'ostmasler Me
Whortcr, Ordered: That pending the
continuance of im-tililies between1 tlio
United Stales nml .Spain no letters, pack
ages or any other mail matter ori'rinal
ing within the I'liiled Slates and destin
ed for Spain, or addressed to any post
ollieo or port or anv oilier olacel win.;,.
the jurisdiction of Spain or her colonies
or dependencies or lo any person resid
ing within the jurisielionof Spain or her
colonies or dependencies, shall bo dis
patched from the L'nited Stales to their
utid destination: I'rovided however
that nothing herein contained shall be
f otwt T-i..ml ... .. . if I,.-...; .... .i .
"'""'" .mimi if.i; uie seizure or
detention of any closed mails for Spain
originating in any oilier counlry, or
originating in Spain and destined for
any oilier eonntry(not her colony or de
pendency) while in transit ovcr'lhc ter
ritory of tin; l'nited Slates,
Who has been ....
feeble for sevrral months is nbb. i 1...
ibotit again. As lie is ncarlv so rm.r.
oi a"e a eoinn elo recover.-1 ,l,.,,i.i f,.i
i ".J ... IIULIUIIUL,
Leonard Kobinson and wile ha.vn
rettirned from Warren where they went
to visit his father who has bee'., v,....,
sick wilh rheumatism of theheart instead
of paralysis as at lirst reporled. lie is
a uie to uo about again.
Ed Uradbury has brought a small
herd of cows into town, it is reported
lu.u mi picKcii mem up in Harre.
a collection amounting to abont$U
vas raen up at the Congregational
Church last Sinn av for ll... V..........-
J 'omest icMissionary society.
E. A. Iilanehard and family have re
turiifid from l-'airleo where Mr. Ulan
chard has been during the winter.
Several members of the Conro""a7
lional church banded togetlwr and pur
chased what was formerly the Baptist
parsonage for itev. G. I!. Drake their
A. E. Atwnter tnnmoi..
Island Pond, but now pastor of the
iieumug iuetiioihst church preached his
lirst sermon yesterday morning in this
;ty before a lari.o audienee. llis text
was taken from the loth chapter of
Exodus, the 14th verse. IWnv.. ...
menemghis sermon, he staled that he
hoped the people of the church would
co-operate wilh him in Ihe work which
has been laid before them and that this
conference year would be a prosperous
Mr. Atwater stated this morning that
he was very much pleased with ISarre
;'s a city and also with the church and
lis surroundings.. .
Mr. Atwater was born at Auburn, X.
. August 22, 18o7. He entered into
business in 1875 and was married 1877
to Miss Lizzie C, Kohbins, (laughter of
a Methodist minister. He resumed his
studies in 188o ami graduated from
Cazenovia Seminary in ls8j and in
1989 from the Syracuse L'niver.-ilv.
After graduating, he entered the work
of the Vouno- Men's ('ImsliiiM
lion as geiiei-!,!- secretary at Saratoga
oprmgs, A. i. where lie remained five
years. In April 18'J t, he was adniilled
on trial in the Vermont Conference
Hud stationed at Ludlow. In IS'.K) lie
was stationed at: Island Pond ami from
there he came to this city. He has
.!f.?fUi ;.yir.ry successful preacher and' is
well liked wherever he oes.
WA.VIT:i. Atalilejdrl at the Coiiiincri'ial
AX Odd Fellows cliiirni. The owners nwv
liiive, Nunc !v -:i 1 1 iiifjr at this ollice uiul
paying for this advertisement.
hi!.' for ailvertiseiiiciit.
A bunch of keys. Owner can
nine l iv iirovui'' nronertv and nav-
caii at tlie j-..ncit-
Bids for City Hali.
The plans and specifications for putting in
the t'oiinilation for the new City Jlall will be
on exhibition at the ollice of the citv engineer
from .May 1-J to May 17, 18!is. AH'bids must
be submitted on or before i o'clock p. in., Mav
17, 1SIIS, ami tiled with the city clerk.
(i. It. Dcukkk, )
.). -..MclnXAr.n. J 'W
F. 'I'. (Tn.Ki:,
Harre, t., .May 7, 1S!W.
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The blaililcr was created for one purpose,
munch-, a receptacle for the urine, and as
siien u is not name to any form of disease ex
cept by one or two wavs. The first wav is
from imperfect action 'of the kidnevs. 'The
second way is from careless local treatment of
Fiiliealtliy urine from unhealthy kidneys is
the chief cause of Madder troubles. So" the
wniiih, like the bladder, was created for one
purpose, and if not doctored too much is not
liable to weakness or disease, except in rare
Von and each of vo are lierel,.- ,,iiii,..i I !"Y; V"'" "!l,'k ' very close to
Unit the ( 'ity of liarre has decided to'lav out ., I '':... '. ."' ," rv.V'Te " l""! '"sease or in.
.-livct eoiiiiiicncini; on the easterly line of
HMIIIlliloll street, on the nr., ,.r
. J. Holster and all persons Interested :
OKHKlThJ) - ii , A V.
I'min leuvci iarru dully, ,
HiilMi si 1 1 i ii
h.10 A. M.-it All., Per I! ..... ,
KitchhuiK ; New Vurk v i.i.
nil New Klll:iuil imintn. i'
ion vl. Lowell, u li ll' ' .
12.00 f.M.-FAl'l hl- Jt .
Lowell ; .New York u. .
NVw Loiulnn Huffei i .. '
.1 .10 I'- M . - Li C A 1. 1 si. i, , , .
lit Id , Kntiiiiil !,, ,.
.inncMun, rmifitN i
,,' ""ill tor W niijs .,
11.00 J'.M.-.MUtlT K.Vl iir.s..
week Jnys only, but f
A. M.,dily iouluilllin Mim1
ton via. Lowull daily s.i;, A
Kltrhhurv, daily, i.;,o . y,
crptSuuilayJ 11.25. m. 'i
to Springfield, uniy. t,, .
to Boston via. Lowell an.l
9,50 A. M.-LUCAL EX Pitts
ton.Ht. Albam. Hlchloni,
Connt'cts at hiiwi Junction
. .a)1 polll'8 on UuLlauU it. l:
3.05,f. Mail. Kor Hunh
Cumbrldiftr Juncilun, Mi ,,"
Norwood, OKdrunt.urLii. ' v
tar to iiuntreal,
6.10 t'. M. .-.AriO.r-s fi.r I;,,,
I'loii'.und iioiunai. fullni
Jlontptlier Junction . (
chinigc. Due Chk-aijo u. ii
t.oum-ct at Kei .ii.,,, ,
via, Uulh.lid anil l'ro
; Mrs. Abbio liean Farr. now of Xorth
lieldwasin town calling on some old
acquaintances last week.
Our old townsmen Silas S. Urines
now of llrocklon, Mass. was in townTist
Krnest liiddcl's mother has started for
her home in Scotland. She has never
been quite contcnlcd here.
MM . i i
me i.rearson JSeckelt Company last
week shipped a Soldiers' Monument, to
l.hur, Nebraska to be erected to the
memory of the soldier's of V,.l,i,,,,i,.
Cm.i.i.. X-..I i. . .... "'n"'"J
v,...,,i,,, iouiasKll y no te in in
of the Rebellion. The work done here
consists of three basses, two dies and a
A committee of Ladies of ' the K'on
,'rorational churcJi has been 'if ,i-..t-l.'
. . I. .. t- l.- . I ... '
.... ,.,orary ot late, partly with
a view to a tenmorarv evelnnwrn .V
ui tne nooks with other schools. As
this library has bee 11 'Mmti.'iriul wU
sundry catalogues of the most desirable
hooks ior a in.rary of the kind, the con
clusion has been reached that the Con-
sriegiiiionaiists here havo
a verv sun-
onorone. An addition of new liooks
is about to be made.
A FISH STOHV.
Won a Victory.
(fONCJ.l-lKI I IIO.M I'll.ST I'AdL.)
thrown out at the plale. For JSurli
Ion 1'cck was put oul, Ibis!, (o IluIetT.
...oui sirucK oul. Allen to iir
na iro 'S error, .More
went lo first on ,-iT
Ihisli made a doubli
l.alo went oul. Morgan
wise made a single, Jhish
iililett. went oul. Wiliiii
i iiase roino; to third. Vliigg
'" nil error iv 'i..-.- ,.,.,1 ,.,
- . ...... ,w nucoilll
on a poor throw by Campbell, Chase
scoring Pierce went out to Donald,
ampbell went to lirst on bulls ....i..
1 IV I ... ' Ol"IU
oei-unu, risner llicd to Chase,
si.iiuiv oui-j .loiner made a si le
hell scorino;. Williams reach
on iin uiiacepled chance and
eovereii mini. I'eck made
ami joiner and Will
stolen second, score.
smote and IV
conveiiience iimiiilestetl hi the kidneys, back,
tlw. s.,1,1 . " "" pi'ssde is oiten, nv mis-
made and may be as easily avoided. To rind
..... .. ...ui), sci .our urine aside for twenty
...... ..yiiis, .. seoiiiieiii or settlin
Money or nitiiiuer trouble
extraordinarv etl'ect of llr.
e.ienuiii',' easterly across t he center of said
land to ihe I'cincici'v land : and we. the mulcr
siirncd, Mrci t ('niiiiiiissii.iicrs of the said Citv
ol Harre, have appointed the 1 lib. dav of Mav,
A. I ). Isils, at tlie ( ity ( oiineil Itnoni, in the
said ( ity i.t liarre, at the hour of one o'clock
in Ihe altenioon, as tuc time and the place for
........ in, ui in, persons tiuercsteil niion the
layui- out ol said street and the award of land
ui i.mes, iinn Iran, wimli the uiidersiirneil
will proceil to examine the premises and con-
.M.ii-i me ipicsunn oi tne. imiilie ood ami the
.,,.,,,,, , ecessity t indiiiidual:
on- la.Mii unt oi said slreel; and the
sutiicn win meet at the linn
and place above
an struck oul. 'ycr
i error uy Fisher;
' ami Aver scored.
ams to Donald.
'ams, who had
iliotir inade a
Ck eaille limin I......
All. t . .. " "euoill
iiurn went oi . u i
... ..... .... ...
I ; , " "L tins illth day of
j !'", ... i . i.s;i.-,
I mi .
i.'.i i v i 'i . i. . Street('oniniis.si0ners
V i, . ""-vii.ii, - of the
I "... 1 I 1 l .l.'SI l.,
City of Harre.
nicest luieot Chui-,,1 ,t,. ;,, n.
,T ,1 l
i our new line of bo,.. ,
i'is. per lb. L. .Al. AviTill.
IS IvKPT JJY
olliees of the
rro "" l"u puses
the above and foreoiio
masters at th
L ml cd: States
return to th
vi . nere me loners or
i no rciM-n rani ot the sender all mail
mailer prohibited dispatch as above
stated, ami when.Mich letters or pack
ages do not contain such return card of
Ihe writer or sender, such mmlcr ,mM
be forwarded to Ihe dead letter ollice lo'
be returned to Ihuw rilers in the ordinary
........ in.-, iii Her is iioreov niailc to in
clude all mails oriiniilin-' in ihe Initeil
.Stales for the delivery in Spain and' her
colonies nml dependencies from and iu-
eiuinnp;,. iiiursdny, the -Jlsl d
Having loealed for a short time at
2'U North .Main slreel i am pre nrrd to
glv lessons in lirst dress eiminif and
liinishin;r. Call for infnrniailon."
adv ,".n Etta s. lJtntAimsox,
C. II. Smith returned from Hardwick
C. L. Slack shiiipcd last week a larco
bloidc of marble in the rough to partes
ui Pennsylvania- lie has ready for
siiipinenta iiolislicd tablet about two
feet in height which U very handsome.
An ormuiieiilal design on the lower part
of Ihc face represents the "(iates Ajar "
above is a polished .surface for (he in
si'irpti,,,,. I!y reason ,,f ,ho (.xlivme
light color of the chiselml
Ihe dark color of the polished surface,
uosign is vis, i,ie at a distance The
stone goes lo Ashley Ohio,
A lodge of (iood Templars was or
ganized here Tuesday night with 2"
charter members, under la., dir.-i.ti,,,.
.'. id. Alwood of itanihdph, with tlie fol
lowing oIIIccm: V. C, lucx McAllister;
I., Uev. F. ',. liriggs; V. T., Ktia
('lough; t.'hap. Mrs. Ilnggs; M., (Jeo.
'Seaver; assistant, Bessie Jeffords;
treas I). Worlhloy ; sec .Mablc Jeffords
assishnit It 1 . . .
"'"iug; ouisiuc. guard,
J., ward l.riggs; inside guard, Allic.
IiJIolsou; deputy, Finest Seaver. He
Ircshincnts Weir served M ni.lt 1..
il is inanifesn.il and if bids fair to be
pleasant and prolilablc.
The party of fishermen who left this
c.ly a week ago to trythrir ilK;k at
trout lishing in f ireensborough pond re
tumed this morning after catching a
good siring of fish and having a ..rami
nine, jne parly consisted of W. C
Quni an, Fred iiruee. W. II. lluchanan,
rrank Dutfey. (leorgc Iiurgcss and D
F. ( hasc of Kandoli.b. Ti...,. ..n
that the weather is a little cold vet
atch any lanre number nf fish i.f .....
withstanding that fact, tliev sm,.,....li
hi eaicning imrteen trout and the total
vvniii'lif r.9 .1... i:..u I.. ; . . .....
..... , 11BU ueljrJust iuu pounds.
1 ho largest fish was caught by i) I,
Chase and it weighed 12 1-2 pounds.
i..s.'. reporter by V, II. Uuohanan,
Siii.. ... ... i .....
are incnneil 10 I is he
wou i.uu ,,aie Dcmg l,it by ,h(! ,
1 tom-s,.,( haseflicd to Joiner, II,,,:
""" Miigio, (iale goin-r
ami uuiett to sei .1
l.apour fllicd to
The mild and the
i.p ii......... o
Hoot, thereat kidney, and bladder 'remedy
.s soon realized. If you need a medicine' you
ami one.dolliir. " oil may have a sanm e ImU
tie and pamphlet, both sent free iv ml
upon rece pt of three two.eent S
a, Jt". Ifttle'- Mention
; -i i.iii-i.isi; jinn sem vim u.l
nr. Kilmer & Co.. Hi,, h ,' v
ll. on p. x
TltAl.VS TO MilM'.'Ki i
Hurra s.io, o.;
Leave Montpelier a.3u.
a.i.0 aim ti.i'u i".
I'UAI.NS TO BAKKH
1 1 res
1 lie 1 ronriet.irw ..f i.:.. V
Ihe seuuincnofthi; olto. ' ' KaUra,,,ee
i.eave Barna.aip a.4.30p. i,
town i.i6e. i,ja,,.,,
j.ovb vt iiiiumaton n 7.30
Barrc S.U5 a. m. 3.ou p. u
F. W. BAJJVIX,
U.K. SToUuilTON'.Hunt. M
i. . 2.S0 r.
W . OU.Mm M..
Ucn. I n-- i,.
VV. ; ;i .
Montpelier & Wells River U
On and after Monday, v s
run aa folium, Suud..ya'(..
. Leave itouliielier. -in
HALL f- HAYFORD'S.
unuey, Jail, d to clear
going out, J'e.li to )..,,,
mrir All.... 1.....
lnji, ,, . . "- oaiicil lo
'- . tnil JU
Ol t O M ..II ll...
(r-in ...... I.. ., , ii, .no:
i-"" .......u a single, i, i
tmsli, J.amb (lied lo
.l 1 1, ... .
m Jr. vr S('oro11 0,1 11 iin
.j.u,; inane a sino-le
ing second, Chase reached'
XOIITll MA IX STKKKT,
1,0 is Pupated to meet the
" puunc in an
We Deal in allsoitsof Mil
linery and always carry a
Full Line of-Goods
At Reasonable Prices
"4 No. Main St.
IlipbelJ Jiied l
Joiner. Aver made
'ii'st on an
barber SHOPlTlie Williams Typewriter
story but as it came from the lips of .Mr
lluchanan, it certainly came from a re
liable source. They succeeded i., eo.i,
'I'g more fish than any other party on
lie pond. The party camped with J.
l'ndsay, known as 10 Tait camp,
i hey were treated in,. Verv e,.r.li,i
manner by Mr. Lindsay and they would
recommend that when olher parties ,-0.
...u. i.arre to lireciisboroiigli J'ond,
they would do well to call at the Tail
.iiiiii i i in.... .i......... .... i i
,1,1 , 1 "ll's" "!lvnig stolen
! ' a,Kl iill'on.l,startedforl, u e
li.ish reached Ihcrc but dale wim i
out at Ihird, Morgan to Peck j , '
u ' V : V:.S,0l-!'(-'''. -.1 while
. VV V '"l,""trH'iclicd th rd.IIuleli
""t o tn-.d on an unaccepted .
Cha.se scoring, n,,,,,, .,, pi,.,. '
o first on bid, s. h" ' K'f
and only two oul. th.. .lul
to enabe lb,.,-; 'u .1" "V Ci"l
forborne rii.. , ! ... . . '. ' train
Msiiors to riiko ii...
'J'he score in .Ui..;i
487 N. Main Street,
Tho h- r
( an be f,,.,,,,! ...
f 31 1
l!tIl;UX0To.N- I0), K(
n. II. y.
A number of weeks ago Alderman (i.
I'lmvee ot tuc ntlli ward, handed j
resignation as alderman at lh,; ineelimr
of the council, wjiich the aldermen re
fused to acceptiis he gavo no reason for
resigning. In sneakine- win. v
inc. KxTKiti'iiisn reporter this inornin,r
lie said that he had decided not to insfst
upon his resignation and will continue
, as aiucrnian Irom Ins ward, lie said the
I ;,til,il' "I'lcrinen had advised him to serve
1 his term out. lie will not accept a re-
...... .in, in,,,, u u 1A icmiercd linn.
I Oiiinpbell, p.. c.
IKihIht, c. a... ' .
flnlnei. l-f. '
I I'L'Ch, .",0.
.Moi'kuii, p. ' ,
Piwn hy liin.K
!7 24 10
' 3 2
1 o a
1 2 I,
1 '-'1 ll
' -U II) Mil nt
U....1 . ..
".. .os .-M't-ved at
IU lllirtnn 4- ....
'or sale by
H. ARTHUR CAMP,
46 Washington St n .
Call, ml ...?. lSL' C,,7 Agent
sce o or drop a card
Wea!socarrvaf,.ii c. .
' TOSACCOantir.r.. RY
t.06.3.3UrjT, vi inVS.r" . -4-.
J-SO. S.I2, 6.0,,, p ..A.
Suburban Service t. ,., .. , ,.
1KA1.NS EAST AM, (jo.Wl-.,
Connecis ui V,.i. i
--o.nino,l,i;n,n Train ,
Mud und Kxpn-.s i , ,
IIij I'amuiiipK.c Hi
T.30A T .""'" K. Tin
uuili or Whin, ui,, ,
MoHton. and via. li,
p iHiUli.JU fo- ,
In Kobion 4.;,,, e i
i hiuiiKfi ,,,,!,.,
r .bi.HIH.. snip. a: .
auolm brine, n w . -
iu)aiiB, nrnviin: ,..
(. ol,n, eta a; I ,
''"" for I'orlamd an
"..'ll. Also uith !, .
"1 tMt. WiLhlnui,,,, ,
mil tf.su i w.
liivor with tt,,. u.,..
12 fill V M ""T l',llllll,ie J lil ;
1- JU V. M- Tacill,, t;i, ,..s,,
I'UII t'aelliu Uail,n
yilfbet-, c-hicaci a,,' ,
Loam. ThroUL'l, ...
'real lo Chieioro
Nitordays. 'fu 1'a,,.',; ,
any i'S,.',-,l Simdav. a
preeB I raiu arrive. u i:. ,
' M. Alo u ill, Ua!!, :
l.ancam,.r, tt hu.'ii,
Hrlin, Urovehm ,,,, ' .
Connect at W..M- i.
pr train north , i, , r
I'. forM..)ohi.Hi.irt . ,
l.arton and AVw.,.Vt
A O"! T lur ,n,0lt''0II iriiln w,,,,,!, !.
WO b'',B,'li 'o K,v..r .
Kivur Juiittlon. ... ,.
triii norin over W 0
JIvIb1oi) fi.rl.lfbunj ;
k'hcni Str.et, I'miii,. i .
.bt.NYAN ()m.nil u.,:,
, Two.,!!"8" hil-I'la'if.
bell. Tlirei-.).,,. (,
llii.h 2, by Mi,u,:i ,.
Jressrs Smith and .Seaver, of the mint
miikol are s.ii I lo have bargained their
I u Itling lot, opposite K. 1 JJlimiiard'H
1 vmc, to ,1. K. Lj-ndc. .
matched try it.
Ureakfast Tea can't
L. M. Averill.
1. M. Fcrrys Carden Seeds only :i
fonts for r, cent papers, cheapest' as
well ns host Ij. j. Averill.
. I iinuey , u,h 2
;n.,.iro I.t,lh U. V M. '
A Card of Thanks.
Tlie undersigned ,e.sjrP ,..,.,., ,,
minis to thank 7,11 1 1.. .... ... ,. '(--'I . these col-
.'lit. AM) JI us. (
Sure and Safe Reaiedy ,
-owe. Compiaint U
t can't hi sJtatement "!
"n t be made too strong
or oo emphatic.
3 f r
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It is a
,iaiPle, safe and ,
cure for 4
KecP it by you n
90lWT".n ""KOI"'! nd dci.,-
Invention i niriit . , r "I'Uneti Ireo ,
tlniiii MriPi IJ. l' IM,'. I
1'iitnm. ..2 ' "KPney fei ,-. in,,:, i
PMiikZZrr'n''!h ''"' 1 "
irlUlin & CO 36 Broadway. f.'.CW
OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS
Aradical, positive and pernum-nt w
EJwneedin5days. AhsoWly lurmfc
oH" Pf0"-' - N" s"b5tltu"
uuu method Fr iwrtiruUr. m
"rt 2tit Street, New York City.