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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, MAY 11, 1898.
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Kidder, the executrix therein named, for probate : It is ordered by said court that all persons concerned therein be notified to appear at a session of said court, to be held at the Probate office in St. Johnsbury on the 21st day of May, A. D. 1898, and show cause, if any they may have, against the pro bate of said will ; for which purpose it is fur ther ordered that a copy of the record of this order be published three weeks successively in the Caledonian, printed at St. Johnsbury, previous to said time appointed for hearing. By the Court, Attest: WALTER P. SMITH, Judge. A true copy of record. Attest. WALTER P. SMITH. Judge. Presentation of Account. JOHN G. WEBSTER'S ESTATE. State of Vbrmont, Caledonia District, as. In Probate Court, held at the probate office in St. Johnsbury. in said district, on the 18th aay of April, A. D. 1808. btrphen O. Morse, Administrator upon the Estate of John A, Webster, late of Danville in said District, deceased, presents his ad ministration account for examination and allowance, and makes application for decree u( distribution and partition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon, it is ordered by said court, that said account and said application be referred to a session thereof, to be held at the Probate office in said St. Johnsbury, on the 12th day of May, A. D., 18B8, for hearing and decision thereon : And It is far ther ordered that notice hereof be given to all persons interested, by publication of the same three weeks successively in the Caledonian, a newspaper published at St. Johnsbury, previ ous to said time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and how cause, if any they may have, why said account should not be alio wed and snch decree made. By the Court, Attest : WALTER P. SMITH, Judge. Commissioners' Notice. CYRUS T. HILL'S ESTATE. The subscribers, having been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the district of Caledonia, commissioners to receive, ex amine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Cyrus T. Hill, late of Waterford. in said district, dtceased, and the term of six months from the 12th day of March. 1898. being allowed by snid Court to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit and prove their respective claims oeioreus: uive notice that we win attena to the duties of our appointment at the residence of W. C. Hill in Waterford, in said district, on the 9th day ol April, and the 8th day of October, next. at 1. o'clock in the afternoon, on each of aid days. STEPHEN J. HASTINGS, P. H. SHEPHERD. Commissioners. St. Johnsbury, Vt March 21, 1898. FOR SALE. My house, north end of Village. All new. Grand chance lor any body that wants a home. Free Delivery, no village taxes. Rea son for selling, leaving town. FbbdJ. Salmon, 10M Passumpsic Strret. AW (0 the Wise is Sufficient, "font si&n Bonds for Anyone and Don't Aslc .Anyone to Sign tor You." To parties who are required to give bonds : I can furnish vou with a bond that will be ptable to the Probate Court, in cases of ""ministration, executors, guardians, etc., M the premium for the same may be ap. pravrd by the Court a a legal charge against ft estate. It thus saves you the inconven 'tnct 01 asking your friends to sign bonds for TOU whlrli ...I.-- .1.... An !,.,-. o llahlllt. C"nmens endorsing a 'note. Correspond Crawford Rannev. - - - - j , AjTWt for the Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland. DOWNS' ( ( Cures Coughs, ' ( Colds,- Croup, Whooping-Cough, ' (Consumption and ( ) all Lung Diseases. People stand by Downs' Elixir 1 because It cures and has cured for sixty-five years. This is the 1 strongest possible endorsement of 1 t8 merits. Price idfic. 6O0. and I 1.00 uer bottle. At Druggist. , HMry,jwhnsonSiLord. Props., Burlington, Yt 1 ..-i. . ,. 1 OLD MAYPOLOl V SOAP i J WASHES, ft DYES STATE NEWS. Golden Wedding at Ludlow. Mr. find Mrs. Trn W fiol rf r ,.,it ' . vm. AVUU1MW celebrated their golden wedding May 3, at their home on Main street. Mr. Gale was corn at Windham, July 27, 1818, and his wife, Miranda Powers, at Marl boro, November 12, 1825. Thev were married at Wardsboro, May 3, 1848, by Rev. Willard Britrhnm. Thnir i; c at Londonderry and afterwards at urusuoro ana weston, going to Lud low in the SDrinf? of 18f!3. Mi- rv,i a fanner during the most of his life, retir ing ocvei i years ngo. Mr. liale and one brother are the only two living ol a fam ily cf 13, A banquet was served to the relatives of the family at the Ludlow House in the afternoon. Eighteen were present. A public reception was held at the home in the evening, when a gold-headed cane was presented to Mr. Gale. At the annual meeting of the Connecti cut River Valley Medical Association in Bellows Falls last week a resolution was adopted to the effect that the bacteri ological laboratory now at Burlington, which was started as an experiment, be made a permanent institution, if possi ble. Judging from the manner in which requests to this effict are being received from all parts of the state Dr. J, H. Litis ley's services are being thoroughly appre ciated, and it is to be hoped that the suggestion of the Connecticut Valley As sociation may be carried out. Maj. A. P. Childs of Bennington, and Mrs. Clara M. Sherman of Castleton, were married last Thursday in the Church of the Redeemer at New Haven, Conn. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Watson L. Phillips, pastor of the church, in the presence of the immedi ate friends of the contracting parties. Mrs. Sherman has lived in New Haven since the entrance of a son to Yale col lege. She also has two daughters in at tendance at a school for young women in the city. The Vermont Baptist Sunday school convention will occur at the First Bap tist house at Montpelier, May 31 and June 1. The general subject of the con vention is educational. The leader of the great Christian Endeavor chorus choir. George K. Somerby, of Boston, will have charge of the singing. Among the speakers engaged are Dr. Gumbart of Boston, Dr. Grant of Concord, N. Y., A. S. Greet, the lnmous chalk talker, and Dr. Spaulding of Boston. Others from Boston and Springfield, Mass., and our own state will have part in the conven tion. The jury in the Mildred Brewster case returned a verdict last Thursday morn ing of not guilty, because of insanity at the time the deed was committed. Some Foolish People Allow a cough to run until'itgetsbeyond the reach of medicine. They often say, "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it will wear them away. Could the,, be induced to try the successful med icine called Kemp's Balsam, which issold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 25c. and 50c. Trial size free. At all druggists. Press Comment. This nation is on the high road to real greatness. We are building up a navy that will command tberespect as well as the admiration of the world. With a great navy there will come a great mercantile marine as a matter of course. The American traveler of the future will have no excuse for complaining that the Star Spangled Banner id seen nowhere on earth outside of the United States. Chicago Inter-Ocean. Gen. Lee has sent to Senator Proc tor the following telegram: Hon. Redfield Proctor, U. S. Senate, Washington, D. C: Do you see any connection between Vermont and Manila? Congratulations. Fitzhugh Lee. Richmond, Va May 4, 1898. Commodore Dewey, who is a Ver raonter, has with him a commander who is a Vermonter. Thecommander of the Oregon is a Vermonter, and the 6rst man to give to the United States senate and through it the country a clear statement of Spanish barbarities is a Vermonter. It is difficult to say just how long the war between Spain and Vermont will con tinue. Rutland Herald. In undertaking to free Cuba from the Spanish yoke this country is en tering upon a work of pure philan thropy. It is an expedition as chiv alrous as that of the crusades of the middle ages, undertaken to rescue the sepulcher of Christ from the hands of the infidel. It is a crusade to rescue a people aspiring to be free from the most remorselessand bloody tyranny known to modern times. For this task, whch has already cost our tax payers a hundred million dollars in direct outlay, to say nothing of the vast losses in the shrinkage of values and business, and which may yet cost a billion dollars and countless lives of our citizens, our government asks nothing in return. We would have a moral and absolute right to annex Cuba if we drivetheSpaniards out, but any purpose of annexation is expressly disclaimed at the start; when the island is once pacified by our efforts, we are to leave it to the government and control of its people. Europe is puzzled at such an exhibi tion of altruism and naturally looks for sinister and ulterior motives under the surface. We imagine that we shall get very little sympathy from Europe, except from Great Britain, and the utmost we can expect from any of the great nations is strict neu trality. But this will be enough. II we are left to execute our allotted task unimpeded we may reasonably expect the war to be over and Cuba to be free within six months. Min neapolis Tribune. Bucklen't Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Flint Bros. NEWS SUMMARY. W ED WESDAT, MA I 4. Turkey announces Its neutrality New York shopkeeper named Gramon killed two of his children, wounded a third and tried to kill himself on account of Jealousy Vermont cities and towns celebrated Dewey's victory because he Is a native of that state E. H. Myers, president of a bank In Carthage, N. Y absconded when his stealing of $110,009 was discovered New secretary of Hate detained at home by his wife's illness Dynamite discovered In one of the company boxes of an Illinois regi ment, quartered In a building In Spring field, endangering 2000 men Spanish cardinal said United States Is fighting Sprin fcr financial reasons Jones Macon and Cliff. Wade mortally wound ed In a street duel In Moberly, Mo Municipal elections In Indiana decided mostly on local Issues Samuel Chesha, an Indian, who married a Washington beauty 10 years ago, killed himself In Niobrara, Neb., while he was In Jail for stealing horses Immigration ln- ereasetTby the belief that the war will make lots of work and cause many va cancies Thomas W. White of Worces ter fell 76 feet from the end of a derrick boom In a shipyard In South Boston and killed. THURSDAY, MAY E. B. F. Deane, hotelkeeper In Berlin, N. H killed his wife, who refused to live with him Twenty members of a New York regiment under arrest for ruf fianly conduct near the camp Sum mer hotel near Surtbury, Pa., consumed at a loss of $50,000 Beverly, Mass., people celebrated the Manila victory Verdict of $024! for an employe of the Thomson-Houston company of Lynn, .Mass., who lost three fingers In a faulty machine Rain caused destructive floods In Kansas, Missouri and Okla homa Bread riots In Spain, during which bakeries were sacked, flour was seized and buildings were burned Thirty persons killed and many wounded In Italy on account of riotous protests against dear bread Member of the crew of the St. Paul arrested in Phila delphia with drawings of parts of the vessel In his possession Elements of civil war existing in Spain Idea of the resignation of the queen regent consid ered seriously by her family in Austria Vote In the nature of a test on the Income tax taken in the senate resulted in Its defeat by three Reformed pres bytery of Philadelphia passed resolutions of thanksgiving at the Manila victory President will pardon Captain John D. Hart, the filibuster Austrian em peror cast down at his Inability to aid the queen regent of Spain Boston boy beheaded by an elevator Panic in fire Insurance rates In New York Explos ion at Passaic, N. J., rolling mill causes $75,000 damage Embargo on sulphur may force up the price of cheap paper Full co-education to be introduced at Pennsylvania university Charter day, a general holiday in New York, used to celebrate Dewey's victory Packing house of Danahy & Son of Buf falo destroyed Boston soldier swal lowed poison because his health de barred him from going to camp in Fram- lngham Joseph Griffin, 50 years old, and despondent because of lack of em ployment, killed himself with gas In a lodging house in Boston Rev. Hugh Montgomery, vigorous fighter of the saloon, died In Marblehead, Mass I D. Prescott of Bradford, Vt., drank carbolic acid Fire damaged Armour's felt works in Chicago to the extent of $250,000. FRIDAY, MAY 6. F. L. Thyng, 31 years, and belonging In Exeter, N. H., killed by a train in Bur gettstown, Pa Austrian baron de tained in New York on his confession that he stole a large amount of money from an aunt, $25,000 being found in his possession when searched Fourteen escaped prisoners In New Guinea at tacked a village and killed and ate It men In Camden, N. J., secret service officers arrested a man who Is supposed to be a Spanish spy because he had full plans of the gunboat Princeton, which has Just been completed Bratlllan neutrality declared Vermont's legis lature passed a bill to prevent alien cor porations being Interested in railroads In that state Rate war at Skaguay Extraordinary depletion of European wheat reserves Mildred Brewster ac quitted of murder in Montpelier, Vt., on the ground of insanity Export re turns for March show great gain in farm produce and a steady Increase In manu facturesBubonic plague raging In Hong Kong American ship May Flint, largest sailing vessel afloat, on fire at Hiogo Chinese minister at London expresses the hope that every obstacle to the expansion of British trade in his country may be swept away James Leasing of Plattsburg, N. Y., killed his wife and then shot himself Three workmen killed by a fall of 300 feet in a mining shaft, a platform upon which they were at work having been demol ished by heavy timbers which slipped from a rope Pile of wood near the government's magaznes on the proving ground 25 miles from Washington burned, and believed that a Spaniard committed the deed Engineer and fireman scalded to death near Rolling' Rock, Miss., by the wrecking of a freight train Peter Schucher of Venango, Pa., after woundng two men fatally in a dis pute over a ditch, punished himself by suicide Side of a Boston electric crushed In at a crossing in Somervil'e by a backing engine, and eight persons hurt, a woman having a leg broken Griffo, an Australian pugilist, held to answer to the charge of manslaughter for having caused the death of Devitt, alias "Bull McCarthy," at the Sacramento club's en tertainment last week Passenger and freight traffic suspended on many roads In Indian Territory, and more or less other damage resulted, but no casual ties reported. SATURDAY, MAY 7. Negro killed a corporal and a police man in New Orleans, and was riddled with bullets in escaping Soldiers killed three of a bread mob in an Italian town Alexander Knox, aged 60, and belonging In Laramie, Wyo:, committed pulcfde in Bridgeport, Conn., owing to inability to find work Thomas Mono- han, for a double murder In Gorham, N. H., In 1S97, given 48 years in prison Frost damaged cotton in North Caro lina Georgia lumber mills running full time, shipments going by rail Green field, Mass., schoolgirl burned to death while trying to save her mother New York city contractors agree that they must Bue the city to get their money Arkansas river highest ever known and floods are causing great ruin and loss of life New York Insurance companies refusing business at war rates to pro tect their stockholders British gov ernment refuses the city of Glasgow con trol of the telephone French line steamer Lafayette captured while try ing to run the blockade Into Havana, but released on orders from Washington, as permission to enter had been granted without the knowledge of the Fquadron's officers John Smith, 40 years old, killed by a locomotive in Leominster, Mass Mathew Lorban, 28 years, killed in North Easton, Mass., by wheels of his wagon passing over his neck Louis Shlney, aged 23, burled by a cavein in Manchester Mary E. Raynes found dead in a Lewiston, Me., hotel from chloral, and Harry Boyd unconscious In another room from the same cause Edwin Lowe, postal clerk who stole from the Newton, Mass., office, given three years at hard lubor Seizure of the Lafayette Intensified the bitter feel ing In Paris against the United States T. J. Scollans arrested In Boston on a charge of obtaining $1371 by false pre tenses from the city Twelve men drowned off Hatteras during a gale of 100 miles an hour. SUNDAY, MAY 8. Carllst member of the Spanish parlia ment expelled for using a scriptural quo tation considered to be a reflection upon the dynasty Former member of the crew of the Chicago, an Englishman, ar rested in Washington with a cipher code and other documents Raymond Mar tin, 12 years old, killed in Holyoke, Mass., by John Welch with a gun sup posed to be empty City stables in Bath, Me., burned Business section of Colchester, Conn., destroyed by a fire that resulted from an exploded lamp Steamship ashore in New South Wales, and six passengers drowned Martial law In Tuscany, Italy, owing to bread riots Cream Publishing company of Belfast, Me., in the hands of a receiver owing to a defalcation by an agent, assets exceeding the liabilities by a large amount Old couple in Watertown, N. Y., killed by coal gas Fire In Lynn caused a loss of $3500 Four members of the New Bedford Spinners' union fined $30 each for Intimidating an operative who left the ranks of the strikers Four American missionaries killed In a massacre in Sierra Leone, Africa G. G. Godel, wealthy pork packer of Peoria, Ills., hanged himself while de mented Canadian fishery protection fleet, now preparing to sail for the fish ing grounds on the Nova Scotia coast and the gulf of St. Lawrence, to carry machine guns as part of their equipment English government to store grain for an emergency Queen of the Bel gians thrown from a carriage into a lake Italy prohibits cipher messages Engineer and fireman killed In a wreck at a washout near Silvan Sprtngs, Ark Miners of central Pennsylvania ask an immediate Increase in wages Sergeant Crowley killed In Mobile by a drunken private whom he was arresting MONDAY, MAY 9. News received from Commodore Dewey concerning the attack on Manila to the effect that the Spanish lost 11 ves sels and 150 men, while the Americans lost neither ship nor men Fourteen head of live stock consumed in H. B. Humphrey's barn in Lancaster, Mass George Ryan supposed to have com mitted suicide in Fairfield, Mass., by use of laudanum One person killed and three Injured In Denver by the explosion of a can of nltro-glycerlne which had been found near a powder mill Fifty wooden buildings (n the poor district of Duluth destroyed at a loss of $100,000 and the rendering homeless of 2000 per sons, some of whom were at a meeting at the time praying for American suc cess over Spain Body of a United States marine found floating near the navy yard In Charlestown, Mass Fishing schooner Alfaratta wrecked near Newbrryport, orew of three es caping In a dory Redderd Jelke shot In the side by Oloff Saterstrom during a dispute about a Lynn woman En gineer and fireman of a locomotive killed in Watervllle, Md., by the bursting xt the boiler Passenger train derailed in Columbus, O., three cars being demol ished and only one person killed Three men drowned In Gallatin, Mo., by the upsetting of a boat In a pond French editors chagrined by the completeness of the Spanish defeat In Manila, having as sured their readers that the attackers were held in the bay Elections to choose members of the French chamber of deputies orderly Patrick Dally shot dead in Bloomfleld, N. J., while trying The man is consid- ired the most reckless of men who risks his life by putting his head into the mouth of a savage lion. The men who perform this foolhardy act are few and far between. There are tens of thousands of men who daily do a much more rash and dangerous deed. They are the men who overwork arid neglect their health. No man can do this with impunity. The inevitable result is serious illness and premature death. One of the most common results of care lessness in regard to health is consumption. There is one, and only one, unfailing- rem edy for this dread disease. It is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It has a record of thirty years, during which time it has cured 98 per cent, of all cases of bronchial, throat and lung affections. It acts directly on the digestive and nutritive organism. It creates a healthy appetite for food, facili tates the flow of digestive juices and pro motes the assimilation of the life-giving ele ments of the food. It is the great blood-maker, flesh-builder and nerve-tonic. In cases of nervous prostration it builds up the nerve fibres and gives sound, refreshing sleep, "I took a severe cold with sore throat," writes Mrs. A. 8. Bverhart, of Oard Spring, Scott Co., Ind. " Soon I began to cough. My right side became sore so that when I coughed ft seemed as though my side would hurst. The physician said I had pleurisy. I took his medicine for some time and got no better. All through the spring and sumner I used mustard plasters and fly blis ters on my side and over lungs. Finally I began to ache so badly between my shoulders that I could hardly endure it and at times almost mothered. My breath was so short that I could scarcely talk. Several of my near relatives had died of consumption. I thought I would try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I toot two bottles of it, and two of his ' Pleasant Pel lets,' and am a new person. I would not take any money for the benefit received." CUHES WHtHE ALL fISF fill ST I Bost Cough Syrup. Tauten Good. Use I in lima. Horn nr itrnralsts. 1 trr to disarm Barry Woodruff, and the let ter's wife Injured mortally Two men killed and three men and a woman In jured durlnr a shooting at a christening in Almy, Tenn Two boys fell into a pool In a Boston quarry and drowned Alarm on the Pacific coast over a report that Spaniards contemplate guerilla tactics United States Minister to Spain Woodford returns to New York, but will not talk of his experiences in that country. TUESDAY. MAY 10. Frederick Lille, aged 5," drowned in Calais, Me C. D. Bowley, Warren, Me., engineer, scalded to death by falling into a vat of boillng'water Two men killed In Windham, Me., by an explosion in a powder mill F. G. Sawyer, 42, killed himself in Baldwin, Me., by shoot ing Smack with 10 men towed Into Key West as a prize Roxbury, Mass., boy Instantly killed by falling 60 feet from the roof of a building John H. O'Brien of New Bedford instantly killed at the West Qulncy station Price of bread advanced In Chicago Over 100 summer cottages burled at Scandaga Park, 18 miles north of Gloversvllle, N. Y The Standard Oil company to ship 200,000 gallons of oil to the Klondike Twenty prospectors bound for the Klon dike drowned near Crater lake Ar gentina official Insulted by Chilian pop ulace Anglo-French Telegraph com pany starts a telegraph line from Van couver to Dawson Great demonstra tions in Lima In honor of Vice President Bllfinghurst, who arranged the protocol with Chill Mass meeting at Westport, Ire., starts a national appeal to the United States to secure self-government for Ireland and relief from famine LNew York's mayor removed two aque duct commissioners for asking the gov ernor to appoint 100 men to prevent Span ish emissaries from blowing up New York's water supply C. C. Porter, 30 years old, and victim of Insomnia, killed himself In Salem Crew of the sinking tug Thomas Smith of Philadelphia res cued off the Virginia coast Spaniards trying to provision the forts of eastern Cuba before the blockade begins Fltz- slmmons accepts Corbett's offer of $25,000 for an opportunity to regain the heavyweight championship. An old ruin has been uncovered on the Moqui reservation in Aiizona and nearly 200 pieces of perfect pottery found. ' She is sure of its merits and knows that the can bearing the seal of the famous coffee and tea importers, Chase &. Sanborn, contains the purest, best, and most delicious coffee that expert buyers can procure. She also knows that this coffee comes to her in all its original freshness and strength, because leading grocers sell Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Java and Mocha, in one and two pound cans. MRS. . HALLET CARRIGK wishes to announce to the ladies of St. Johnsbury and vicinity g: that she will open, Monday, April 4, her Millinery Parlors At No 113 Eastern Avenue directly over her old store. VP ONE FLIGHT. Her Stock is Entirely New and has been selected by herself in New York and Boston mar kets. Thanking the ladies for past patronage, soliciting a continu ance of the same. Agents for the Equipoise Wnlsl. FOR SALE CHEAP A Portable Saw Mill and fixtures, with capac ity of 1 2 to 16 thousand per day. O. V. HOOKER & SON. Stopped of Insanity. A young woman rescued in the nick of time from s a fate more terrible than death. Her friends Jiad despaired of saving her. On the verge of insanity, Miss Hattie King, of Ithaca, N. Y., was checked in the course that was taking her rapidly to the grave, and restored to her friends in sound physical and mental health and regained happiness. The change for tue better in this charm ing young woman, not yet eighteen years old, is so great that when she reappeared in public her friends could hardly believe the evidence that their eyes clearly showed them. Miss King became greatly weakened by a complication of physical troubles, and was looked upon by her friends and family as one doomed to early death. Her stepfather, Charles M, Burnett, tells of her strange cure as follows: "Hattie first complained of dizziness, which steadily grew worse. " She suffered with nausea and attacks of vomiting) could keep but little on her stomach. 44 Kidney disease attacked her. She was pale, thin, and her blood, when a drop was drawn by the prick of a needle, was al most as colorless as water. "Her heart was affected. She would frequently faint from the slight exertion of rising from bed or from a chair. "She coughed continually, so that her friends feared she was consumptive. 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