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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, JANUARY 21, 1898.
6 THE TOWNS AROUND. WEST BARNET. Miss Cnrotvn Mnttocks of Lyndon visited ntj. H". Stuart's Inst weik. Ebcn Strowbridne is going to work for Robert Lackey ol Kyegatc. TlicLndics' Aid society met with Mrs. James Stuart last week Thursday after noon. The Village improvement society have held their annual meeting and elected flicers. EAST CABOT. Mrs. E. M. Wheeler and daughter Avis of Hnrre are at H. II. Clark's (or awhile. Miss Edith Templcton of Montpelier and Mrs. Hattie I-'razier of Harre have been visiting friends here. Guy Kadger of Darre, who has been visiting relatives here, returned to his home last week. Several of the scholars have been un able to attend school on account of hard colds. Mrs. E. E. Hall and (laughter Eva are staying with Mrs. N. 11. Cate, Mrs. Hail's mother. EAST CONCORD. Instantly Killed. On Tuesday of last week, while at work on Miles Mountain, fitting lumber forKussell & MiKelvcy, Harvey Fisher was instantly killed by a large maple limb falling nearly fifty feet and striking him on the head, tutting two large gashes, of which either would prove fatal. Wesley Smith very narrowly escaped the same late as he was standing Inside Mr. Fisher when he was killed. The limb was nearly thirty (eet long and about five inches in diameter through at the largest end and would weigh about 250 pounds. Mr. Fishcrwas the second son of Harvey W. and Electa Fisher, was unmarried and leaves a mother, two sisters and six brothers to mourn his loss. If he had lived until the 14-th of this month he would have been 31 years old. Charles Bedell, an old-time resident of this place, made us a flying visit after an absence in New York of ubout 16 years. No one of his relatives or friends had heard from him in the time. Ed. Willty is going to work in the lum ber woods for C. D. Root this winter, chopping and fitting lumber. WEST CONCORD. At the regular meeting of the W. 0. G. C, Ian. 13, the following officers were installed : V. N. C, Carl C. White ; N. C, Dr. K. T. Johnson; V. C, Mrs. M. Shackford; F. K. of K., George W. l'nrris; K. of K Mrs. Sue A. Pike; trens., Mrs. Asenath Johnson; W. II., Frank Lewis; prelate, Mrs. Ida Lewis; W. I. G., Miss Blanche Shackford; VV. 0. G., John Edncy. Grand commander L. M. Cragin was present as installing officer and Mrs. Cragin acted as P. N. C. Mr. and Mrs Cragin and theirdaughter, Miss Maude, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. White. They left here Friday morning for Lyndonvi'lle. Frank Reed is moving to St. Johns bury. Miss Lawrence from Barton Landing is visiting at L. M. Carpenter's. At the regular meeting of the Adah chapter, 0. E. S., the following officers were installed by Mrs. Carrie Amazeen of St. Johnsbury, D. D. G. M.: W. M., Mrs. Lois Cutting; W. P., George W. Quimby ; A. N., Mrs. Annette Forsaith; 8cc, V. M. Rich; treas., Mrs. Abbie Brigham; conductor, Mrs. Carrie Ford; assistant conductor, Mrs. Carrie Douse; Adah, Miss Lola Quimby; Ruth, Mrs. Hattie Reed; Esther, Miss Flora Cob leigh; Martha, Mrs. Lizzie Moody; Electa, Miss Eva Howard; chaplain, Mrs. Delia Quimby; marshal, Mrs. Ida M. Rich ; warden, Mrs. Augusta Davis; sentinel, George Howard. Grand Mar shal J. S. Weeks of St. Johnsbury assisted in the ceremonies after which re freshments were served. Eugene Ewing has moved back onto his larm. Mr. Nourse, who has occupied it for the past year, has gone to St. Johnsbury. A. J. Lyon has moved into II. B. Douse's house. The concert Monday evening was a success in every way. The Imperial quartette of St. Johnsbury fully sustained tbe hiuh reputation which they have justly earned. Frank French pleased all with his solos as he always does. The solo with banjo accompaniment by Mrs. Stella Smith was enjoyed as was the singing by the Juvenile quartette of East St. Johnsbury and the chorus. These showed the work and good training of Prof. May to whom great credit is due for the pleasure given uh by his work and for this concert. Mrs. R. A. McKelvey of Miles Pond presided at the organ. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Forsaith attended the Sunday School convention at Lunen burgh last week Thursday. The ladies of VVoodbury W. R. C. will give an entertainment at the G. A. R. hall Saturday evening, Jan. 29, consist ing of trios, duets, solos, etc., by home talent, assisted by Mrs. Stella Gates Smith, contralto soloist and banjo ac companist, and George Colby, tenor so loist. Refreshments will be served after the entertainment which will he followed by a promenade. Whole bill 15 cents. WEST DANVILLE. The revival meetings under the efficient leadership of Evangelist Buffum closed with a crowded house last Sunday night. It was a service never to be forgotten by those present. The evangelist's closing words of admonition and loving advice to the young converts were appropriate and touching. More than one hundred testimonies were given, all testify ng to the helpfulness of the meetings. At the close of the service 31 were received on probation out of some 45 who signified a desire to live a better life. Evangelist BufTum is one of the ablest preachers ev:r heard in this part of the Btate who dares to proclaim the whole counsel of God. The Discovery ol the Day. Aug. J. Bogel.the leading druggist of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New uiscovery ts tne only tiling that cures my cough, and it is the best seller I have." J. F. Campbell, merchant of Sal lord, Ariz., writes: "Dr. Kinc's New Discovery is all that is claimed for it; it never tails, and is a sutc cure lor con sumption, coughs and colds. I cannot say enough lor its merits." Dr. Kinir' New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds is not an experiment. It has wen tried for a quarter of a century nnu loony stands at tne near), it neve disappoints. Free trial bottle at Flint uros. Drug fctore. Thomas L. I,ce, a naturalized China man in rvew vork, is organizing a regi. mcnt ol his countrymen to fight the HARDWICK. The electric light plant is now in full operation and general satisfaction is ex- ''"hT'kinetoscope entertainment was quite well attended on Friday evening. It was repeated on Saturday night. The personal property belonging to the insolvent estate of Lawson Bros, was sold at auction on Saturday night by the assignee, J. II. McLoud. A Mr. Edwards and family recently moved from Albany to Mrs. Eliza Hath nway's Wolcott street tenement. Mr. Edwards is a stonecutter. J. C. Spaulding, phntocrapher, spent Sunday with friends in Johnson. Miss Marion Sullivan is acting in the capacity ol bookkeeper for her father in his granite office. , Many friends of W. A. Coggins in this place will be grieved to learn of his un timely death at St. Johnsbury. Mr. Coggins was formerly a travelling sales man for a Portland house and made many friends here while acting in that position. At last accounts Mrs. Reed wasgnin ing from an attack of erysipelas. U. E. Bullnrd has been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of James Ma goon. E. D. Dutton and C. L. French will act as commissioners. Col. Cupel and delivered his lecwtire here on lantinry 18. This was the fourth en tertainment in the lecture course. D.J. Perrigard of St. Johnsbury was here last week promoting a ticket trad ing system with several stores here. Rev. E. A. Whittier, evangelist, com menced a scries of lectures here on Jan uary 18. , , Drew Daniels received a painful injury last week when a heavy block of granite crushed his fingers while passing over a roll. Charles Stanford has commenced his winter's job scali g logs at the steam mill on the Craftsbury road. He is em ployed by the Jeudcvinc estate. John II. Drew, our former townsman, has gone to Chicago on a visit to his (laughter, Mrs. Lamson. Orison Mack has opened a livery stable on Maple street. People of this village will regret to learn of the removal of H. G. Spaulding from the Centennial House. He has leased to G. H. Thomas, a travelling salesman. Mr. Spaulding conducted a fine hotel. It is hoped that Mr. Thomas will give as good satisfaction. Rev. J. II. Wilkins was a visitor to his father-in-law, Mr. McLean, last week. Charles T. Walter was in town last week on business, Joel Ainsworth has gone to Winooski to spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Clement. The Academy building has been wired for electric lighting by the trustees. This is a great improvement of the kerosene system. lohn Sullivan was called to Portland last week to attend the funeral of his father. Mrs. Frank Lowell, a former resident of this town, recently died of pneumonia, She was living in Elmore. Negotiations are pending in regard to the lease of the Aiken store on Main street. This store has been vacant for the last two years notwithstanding it is one of the best finished stores in town. Miss Tucker is assisting in the post office. H. E. Ainsworth, a well known person- aee hereabouts, was committed to Montpelier jail last week by an officer from here on a certitied executor. LUNENBURO. The W. R. C. installed their officers for the coming year as follows: President, Mrs. Chester Dodge; S. V., Mrs. Emma Downer: I. V.. Mrs. E. Hovey; sec, Mrs. Flora Balch ; treas., Mrs. Lorana Silsby; con., Mrs. Fannie Downer; assistant con., Mrs. Gertie Newman; guard. Mrs. Maria Gordon; assistant guard, Mrs. Maggie Spaulding. The Woman's flub met last Tuesday alternoon at the Heights House. The session was called to order with the jour nal of the last meeting, roll-call, current events. The afternoon was devoted to the poet Longlellow and essays were given by Miss Emma Barnard, on his life, and by Mrs. E. W. Wright, on his works; also incidents of his life by Miss Julia White; quotations from him by members of the club and music. The next meetingwill meet with Mrs. Blanche Bell Jan. 25. The Sunday School convention, held here last Thursdny afternoon and even- ng, was very fully attended, several elegates from other places were here, and in the evening interesting addresses by Mrs. Marston of Lancaster and Mrs. O'Neil were given; Miss Jennie Silsby recited "The Other Wise Mas," which was finely done and very much appre ciated. I he convention was satisfactory to all. Miss Mertie Davison is spending the winter in tjueeche. Mr. and Mrs. George Colby held a wedding reception last Friday evening, quite a large number attending. The order of American Mechanics held their annual supper and entertainment at the hall last Wednesday evening. Methodist sociable at the hall evening of this week. Presiding Elder Hamilton preached at the Metnouist church last Sunday even ing. Mrs. Lois Spaulding died at the home of George Went worth last week Sunday evening of old age. Her funeral was held iuesdavat the Congregational church, Mr. Jewell is hauling some fine-looking cord wood into the village. ST. JOHNSBURY EAST. Mrs. Minerva I'routv is very ill with the crip. Miss l-idelia Fisher is visitine friends in Danville. The Lndics' society will meet with Mrs. J. W. Webster lliursuny afternoon. r,. . . , i tie cows at tne urout tarm were re. cently tested rind eight were found to be smit-ring irom tuoercoiosis and were killed. Mrs. Alonzo Cnswell of St. Johnsbury is the Ruest of her sister, Mrs. Harvey woorj. ivirs. v.arios Newton, wno tins lived in LumnburR since the death ot her hus. bnnd, hus returned to this village. The sale of the Parker farm, which was reported last week on what seemed to be good authority, was a failure. Hood's pills cure liver ills, biliousness, lnuigesuon, nemiacne. A pleasant laxa. PEACHAM. Reception to Caledonia County drammar School Alumni. rl.liirlitful and informal reception and tea was tendered to the members of the Caledonia county grammar school alumni association, who are residents in Boston, surrounding towns and cities, bv Mrs. Abbv Hitchcock Tyler at her lovely home, 397 Beacon street, Boston, Wednesday, Jan. 12, irom to o p. m. Mrs. Tvler was assisted in receiving rjy her cousin, Miss Clark ol Winchester, and Miss A. M. Chamberlain of Cam bridge. Mrs. A. H. Kenerson of Jamaica Plain, wife of trie secretary, ann mrs. ivi. M. Dudley, wife of Rev. Mr. S. Dudley of Nantucket, presided gracefully at tbe tables and dispensed chocolate and tea, sandwiches and confections. The tubles and rooms were beautifully ornamented with bouquets of cut flowers and strains ol sweet music floated in from the hall. The nleasanl meetings and cordial greet ings between teacher and pupils of from 40 to 45 years ago was an unusually agreeable feature ol the occasion, show ing a stronghold upon tbe affections of both. Dr. Edward Cowles, superintendent ol the McLean institute at Belmont, Mass., has succeeded Dr. E. E. Strong as presi dent of the society, as the latter declined re election last year on account of pres sure of other duties. Dr. Cowles called the members to order for a few moments of business. Cordia. greetings and best wishes were sent to one of the absent honorary members, Dr. Samuel C. Bar. lett of Hanover, N. II., on the arrival of his 80th birthday in such strong mental and physical vigor. May it long con tinue! A nomination was macie ana seconded bv Messrs. S C. Harvey and L. E. Strong that Frol. Henry i-airDanKs ot St. Johnsbury, Vt., a former alumnus of the school, should be made an honorary member in place of Dr. John Worcester of Burlington, deceased, wtiicn was unani mously carried. Also Mrs. C. M. Cord ley of Glen Ridge, N. J., better known as Miss L-yUia uailey oy ner pupus in Peacham and afterwards an instructress at Mt. Holyoke seminary, Mass. inis motion was made by her former pupils, Mrs. Ellen Anderson and Miss Jane L. Chambirlain. It was voted to send Round Robin" letters to three former teachers, members of this society, Mr. Charles Chase of Lowell, Mass., Mr. Ira 0. Miller, New York city, and Mr. Wil- lam E. Barnard oi ban Irancisco, lal. The society voted to accept an invitation to a reception on Saturday afternoon in February to Cowles' art school on Co lumbus avenue, in Pope's building above the Youths Companion olhce. Mrs. Tvler resoonded most graciously to Dr. Strong's motion of thanks to the hostess for the kind hospitality extended to tne society, and the company dispersed. ALUMNI. WEST WATERFORD. Miss Edna Hovey returned from St. Albans last week. R. M. Lawrence's mother was sick with 'as sick with elderly lady the trrip last week. She is an and there were some doubts entertained about her recovery. She is better now. Miss Bertha Hovey visited her sister, Mrs. E. P. Carpenter, last week. Mrs. E. E. Hovey has gone to St. Albans to visit her daughter. SOUTH RYEQATE. The Tunior Christian Endeavor society held a sociable in the vestry of the Pres byterian church Wednesday evening, Tbe Ryegate and Groton Sunday School association will hold a convention in the Presbyterian church Feb. 1. J. B. Miller will be one ol the speakers trom abroad. The committee are planning for a good meeting, Several members of the Lyceum here go to Groton this evening to take part in a debate on the question, "Does the pulpit or the press exercise the greater n In innuencer Joseph Murphy and his wife have returned from Westerly, R. I., after three weeks vacation. Misses Elizabeth and Mabel Hall are both confined to the house by sickness. Some of the voune people from here went to the Christian Endeavor sociable at Ryegate last evening. Deso the Victor. At Montpelier, Jan. 14, J. R, E. Holder. son ot Wells Kiver, the man who has If Death had to sign the warrant for every vie tim that he claims as his down, there llii would be ll faurr nt-Ama. ture deaths. In the major men and women sign their own death war rants. XT health means man or wom an may not realize it, but the little Ills that they neglect are simply tne clanger signals tnat warn them ot the approach of big and serious maladies. A well man or woman gets up in the morning bnppy and clear-headed and alert, both mentally and pliysically. Tney have a hearty appetite for breakfast. They go about their work with alacrity, and a sense ot pleasure. I lie day's end hnds them tired, but not fagged out. They still have tne energy lor an evening's enjoyment. At night they find sound, refreshing slum ber. They do not have frightful dreams during their sleeping hours, nor are they drowsy during their waking hours. They are not ill-tempered or fault-finding, when men or women find their condition the op posite of this, they need a course of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It strengthens the weak stomach, corrects the impaired digestion invigorates the liver, and purifies and enriches the blood. It is the gteai blood -maker and flesh- builder. It strengthens the muscular sys tem, gives bloom to the complexion, regu lates the functions of every vital organ and imparts both mental and physical elasticity and energy.. Medicine dealers sell it, and nave noiuing just as good." " I hnd been troubled for several yenr with pells of liver complnint," writes H. N. Drnns- ncm, i-.sq., oi centt'iinml, Monroe Co., w. Va., "nnd about two venrs niro niv lien I tried n doctor and Rot worse nil the time. I had a weakens in my leit side and limbs, pnlpita tlon of the heart, cramping pains in the stomach slier eatlne: nerves weak nnd no rnnrcrv r took Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and began to mend from tbe start. I soon felt like a new person, i am now enjoying good health." Boat Couiih Syrup. Tomes Uowl. Ultimo. Bnlrt by dniKBlmn -1 iwm.) posed as the collar and elbow champion wrestler ol Vermont, met a man in the person of Edward Deso of St. Albans who was more than a match for him. The con test was for the best two out of three lalls and took place in the Blanchard opera house for a purse of $100 and the gate receipts, which amounted to about $400. A special train was run from Wells River, which -brought about 150 Henderson men, and about 75 Deso men came from St. Albans to witness the match. Hen derson weighed in at 1394, and Dtso at 130'a pounds. The men stepped into the ring at 9 o'clock. Henderson won the first fall in exactly 13 minutes after time was called. Deso tried a hip lock and Henderson caught with a square trip and twitch, putting Deso down. The second bout lasted 55 minutes and was given to Deso. Henderson tried to trip Deso and was caught with a trip and twitch and Deso was given the de cision. Tbe match was given to Deso in the third bout; time, 15 minutes. Hen derson took a back heel and Deso turned him. Henderson had Deso on the floor four times, but fouls were claimed. Ed. THEY ALLSAY 80. They Had Waited Long For It, But When It tame It Did the Work. It had been all through the southern part of Vermont and New Hampshire and had visited Rutland. Barre and Montpelier be fore it arrived at Burlington, Vt. When it located in Burlington it created considerable Mritompnr. and the residents of that city, like every city and town along its route, became anxious and curious to Know wu wumu w next, as the testimony from representative citizens was daily published in the local papers. Week after week went by, and the good people of Burlington settled down to the fact that wnat tneir neiginwis be true; that local testimony and statements from people they knew must be reliable. One whose testimony helped to push the good work along in Burlington is well known in that city. She can be depended upon to answer any communication mailed to her or to corroborate personalty wnat sue says We refer to Mrs. Elvira A. Johnson, of 17 North Champlain street, a professional nurse, having years and years of experience. Read what she says. You will then know what Vermont and New Hampshire people waited for and how one of them treated tne stranger. Mrs. Johnson says: "I was laid up with my fnr inma time. I finally COt SO bad that every two or three days peculiar sick ening, dizzy headaches confined me to my room. At the same time I was racked with shnm. Khootint? nains if I stooped, straight ened: myself from bending, or changed posi tion suddenly. Urinary trouDies iuuuwcu and I placed myselt in tne nanas 01 pyi cians. They did nothing for me. 1 grew worse instead of better. I was forbidden to eat any starchy foods and, finally, in spite of all my ettorts I got into a ssnuus ven dition. I was takine medicine at the time I procured Doan's Kidney Pills, but it was not oing me a particle of good. I stopped nsine it and took JJoan'i iuaney ruis m&icau. When I thinlc ot tne cnange wmcn iuu place, when I compare my condition now with what it was, it seems almost too good to be true. My back has ceased to ache, the headache no longer troubles me, and my kidneys are working naturally. 1 eat weu and sleep well, and 1 give an tne creuu 10 Doan's Kidney Pills. I will be only too glad to give any one who so desires the minute particulars of my case." Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all dealers price, 50 cents. Mailed by Foster Milburn Co., Sole Agents for the United States, Buffalo, N.Y. Remember the name, "ittan s, ana to other. A LOCAL Disease A Climatic A Section Nothing but a local remedy or change til climate will cure it, Get a well-known pharmaceutical rem edy, ELY'S CREAM BALM It is aulckly Ab sorbed. Gives Relief 1 COLD 'n HEAD at once. Onens and cleanses the Nasal Pukhuucs Alia s Inflamation. Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restors the Senses of Taste and Smell. No Cocaine. No Mercury. No Iniur- Inus Drug. Full size 50c; Trial Size 10c. at Druggists or Dy man. ELY bkus., oo warren sc., new xotk. The First Sign of a Cold should remind you that the best time to commence taking something is at the beginning. It should also remind you that the best remedy is DR. SIAS' WILD CHERRY COUGH SYRUP, which is warranted by warrant that means something by John P. Weeks, North Danville. Charles S, Dole, Danville. J. C. F. Richter, Peacham. Mrs. A. P. Renfrew, Peacham. George P. Blair, West Barnet. R. K. Laughlln & Co., Barnet. L. B. Gilflllan, East Barnet. A. L. Guthrie, Mclndoe Kails. B. F. Weeks Passumpslc. Babcock & Brockwav. Passumpslc. M. D. Park, St. Johnsbury Center. L. D. Stiles, St. Johnsbury Center. H. H. Moulton, St. Johnsbury Bast, Manufactured by Boynton & Eastman, EBLIADLE PHARMACISTS, 38-38 Eastern Ave., St. Johnsbury, Vt. Christmas Gifts. Easy Chairs, Rocking Chairs Willow Chairs. Brass Beadsteads, Folding Beds Coucoes, Sofas. Book Cases, Ash and Oak Cham ber Suiti. Desks nnd many other articles. usefu N.R. SWITSER&CO lATARRH Dohcney refcreed the match. Considera ble money changed hands on the result. Terry Donahue, Henderson s uai, J - . . tt i . .1 p r-i 1 1 1 11 fi st a ted that Mr. uenuciBuu doub'tedly ask for a return match. " I use 1 powder omiori on my patients to remove face blem- 1 T 1 1 1 1 isnes, uiacKiicaus, pimples,redness,etc." Miss Grace G. Watson, 35 and fx. per box. At all Druguisls and Toilet Dealers. Trained Nurse, . Chicago, III. ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ...tnflanil via I.TWH"! VU Washington, Blchmond and Charlaiton. QUICKEST TO ALL WINTER RESORTS SOUTH unntonf ilinralehriilcil "iw Vork- Flirida Sprci.il.' luxuriously ap pointed. Unequalled Schedules sndScr !i..n. dnlvllne riiiinii.ilfo!ld Vestlbul- ed Trains to Florida. . . cnnin-c-tionwlth"FcderalKxprei8"froml!citou. J. H.JOHNSON, N. b. AST., BOO Washington Street. Kton. BOSTON & MAINE R. E. PAKHUMPSIC DIVISION WINTER ARRANGEMENT, OCT. 4, 1897. Train. Leave Ml. John.burr. GOING SOUTH. For Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Lowell and Boston via White Kiver Junction, 12.30 and 9.00 a. m., arriving at Boston 8.15 a. m. and 4.35 p.m. For Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Lowell and Boston via Wells River and Plymouth, 1.40 a. m. (daily), 9.00 a. m. and 2.34 p. m. Arriving at Boston, 8.10 a.m., 4.35 and 8.30 p. m. For White River Junction, Bellows Falls, Northampton, Springfield, Hartford, New Haven and New York. 12.30, and 9.00 a. m. For Newbury, Bradford, Norwich and White River Junction, 12.30 and 9.00 a. m. and 6.00 p. m. For Passumpslc, Barnet and Mclndoes, 9.00 a. m., 6.00 p.m. For Wells River, 12.30 and 9.00 a, m., 2.34 and 6 00 p. m. For Montpelier, 9.00 a. m., 2.34 p. m. For Littleton, 9.00 a. m., 2.34 and 6.00 P' m" GOING NORTH. For Lyndonvllle and Newport, 2.20, 3.15 and 10.45 a. m., 3.13 and 4.27 p. m. For West Burke, Barton and Barton Land ing, 3.15 and 10.45 a. m., 3.13 and 4.27 p. m. For Stanstead and Derby Line, Massawlppi, North Hatley.Lennoxville and Sherbrooke, 3.15 and 10.45 a. m., 4.27 p.m. ForQuebec via Sherbrooke and Grand Trunk Ry., 3.15 a. m. and 4.27 p. m. For Quebec via Sherbrooke and Quebec Cen tral Ry., 3.15 a. m. and 4.27 p. m. For Montreal via Sherbrooke and Orana Trunk Ry.. 3.15 a. m. ana p. m ljioS?iaiilifc3ajamian For Montreal Pacific Ry D. T. FLANDERS. Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. ST, JOHNSBURY AND LAKE CH AMPL AI NB.B WINTER ARRANGEMENT, OCT. 4, 1897., Train Leave Mi. Johniburj. GOING WEST. For Danville. Hardwlck. Morrlsvllle, Cam. bridce Junction. Burlington, st. Aioans and Rutland 7.30 a. m. and 3.20 p. m. For Danville, West Danville, Walden, Greets. boro. Bast Harawicn. narawicic. Moms. ville, Hyde Park, 7.30 a. m., 3.20 and .40 p. m. For Tohnson. Cambridge .function. Burling ton, .Fietcner, r airneia, sneiaon, mgngaic and Swanton. 7.30 a. m. and 3.20 o. m. For Stanbridge, St. Johns, and Montreal via Bast swanton, 7. so a. m. ana a.zu p. m GOING EAST. For East St. Johnsbury, North Concord, Miles Pond and Lunenburg, 3.00 a. m., 2.45. and 4.45 (mixed) p. m. For Whitefield. Fabvans. Crawfords, Glen, North conway, jrryeDurg, rorciana, Brunswick, Lewiston, Augusta, Waterville, Bangor and St. John. 3.00 a.m., 2.45 p.m. For Boston via North Conway, 3.00 a. m. H. B. FOLSOM, D. J..FLANDERS, Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt. m A ttp nr nttt A t v T? MiLUNli UlilNlitilL III ill Thtough the White Mountains To Lancaster. Colebrook. North Conway Boston, Portland, Lewiston, Bangor, Bar Harbor and St. John. LOCAL TIME TABLE ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 14, 1897. LEAVING ST. JOHNSBURY. A.M. 3.00 4.00 4.12 4.15 4.50 5.15 P.M. St. Johnsbury, Lunenburg, Whitefield. 2.45 3.45 3 67 4.15 Quebec Junction, Jefferson, Lancaster, ar,, 4.25 4.40 LEAVINO LANCASTER. P.M. P.M. 7.25 Lancaster. 12.25 Jefferson, 12.40 7.40 7.50 8.01 8.13 8.26 Quebec junction, ar., 12.50 lv., 1.10 Whitefield, 1.21 Lunenburg, ar., l.no St. Johnsbury, ar., 2.30 9.40 THROUGH TRAINS. St. Johnsbury, 3.00 a.m. 2.45 p.m. norm i. on way, o.ir - o uo rortiana, 8.25 " , 8.10 Boston via Portland. 12.50 o m. 5 67 a.m. Lewiston, 9.45 a m. 1.20 Bangor. 3.25 o.m. 4.46 Bar Harbor, 7.00 " 9.55 St. John, 10.40 " 1.00 p.m. Trains arrive at St. Johnsbury from Bos ton, Portland, Lewiston, Augusta, North Conway and White Mountain resorts 2.30 and 9.40 p. m. ubokge f. EVANS, Gen. Mgr. F. E. BOOTHBY. G. P. & T. A. Franklin Coal Costs more than the other kinds we carry, but It lasts longer, burns bet ter and wastes less than any other coal In the world. Try It and see. The Best is tbe Cheapest. All kinds of coal for sale except poor coal. MOORE & CO., 1 .... J IE MARKED DOWN SALE E. N $1.25 Fleeced Wrappers now $1.00 Special lot Flannelette Wrappers now 89 cts. All 50o Novelty Dress Goods now 35ots, a yard. All 12V2 and 15 cent dress goods now 10c a yard. We still sell the $1.98 Brocaded Dress Skirt for $1.69. $4.50 Macintoshes $3.65. nrldfl anrl "Ends. "Remnants and counters to be closed out at reduced prices before taking count of stock. E. N. RANDALL, 77 to 81 Railroad St. A PROMINENT of St. Johnsbury was strongly urged to take out Life or Accident In- Burauuo. ilia auBci iuiiij . .-j need insurance. Shortly afterwards he lost his life by the Avenue House fire. A premium of $24.00 estate $10.000 in cash. The value of Acoident Insurance is well illustrated by tne iollow- ing letter. Kimball 0. Atwood, Secretary, Preferred Accident Insurance company, 256 and 257 Broadway, New York, Dear Sir : For the benefit of those who may wish to carry accident insurance, permit me to say that my late husband, Mr. W. H. Lange, was insured in the PREFERRED Accident Insurance Co. of New York, under policy No. 0012467, dated January 15, 1897. IMS policy proviueu $U,UW iui uiuiutuj auuiuouto, auu itj.u,wu for death from travelling aooidents. Mr. Laneewas killed m the -ailroad wreck near Uazleton, ina. . ...... V I 1 111 r00 ' cm were m& qjinnnn woo mntraH hvma commendable. W. W. General Agent, E. C. BROOKS. A Large Stock of all tbe New Fall and Winter styles jnst received. Fall Suits, Overcoats and Ladies' Cloaks made to lit and at prices to please. RAILKOAD STREET, THROW YODR RuptureRupture. Hernia Breach, And Its Cure by the FIDELITY RUPTURE CURE METHOD. Over 12,000 People Cured In Six and a Half Years Without a Failure. Tbe Fidelity method of Rupture Cure is simple, free from danger, requires no chloroform or ether; reduced; requires no loss of time; treated only Dy regular pnysicians Consultation and Examination Free. No Money Paid Until a Examining physicians, Dr. T. Dowell, Lyndon-ville. For particulars and circulars address The Fidelity Rupture Cure Co., baenet, vermont. Tickets to Everywhere iv rmresent six of the best Steam. fprcfompanle.; Cook'. Tour, to all Darts of the wor d. We can buiu? you a ticket to all point, on J?m. Pontinent. If you are going to travel caUand see us i it will cost vou nothing, and we may be able to rve vou to great advantage, a. wHrnvOhe beet equipped office outside 01 Boston and New York. E. E. KNOTT & CO., General Ticket Aienta, Woodbury wamer m., Burlington, VU AT Randall's Blankets! Blankets! An unprecedented sale this season, only 13 pair left in our store, going regardless of cost. 1 Pair $1.00 Blankets now 69o pr. 6 Pair $1.25 Blankets now 97o pr. 3 Pair $1.50 Blankets now $1.19 pr. 3 Pair $2.00 Blankets now $1.49 pr. other coods are heine placed on our a year would have brougnt to nis Ft. Wayne, Ind., June lUtn, lay. MERCHANT to e company Jane 4th, and cheok nn .Tiirtfl Kith. Snnli nrnmntn ASBIS Yours respectfully EMMA LANGE. SPRAGUE, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Merchant Tailor. ST. JOHNSBURY. TRUSS " AWAY. is sure to cure in every case that can be the cure is permanent and patients are in good standing. Cure is Effected. M. Allen, St. Tohnsburv. Dr. A. C. Mc bpaniBti. live. Ail urugtisi. Eastern Avenue. 32 Eastern Ave.