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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, JUNE 14, 1899.
5 ' ! i t 1 -i 'J THE TOWNS AROUND. BARNET. Herbert Smith of War ren, N, H,, came on his wheel Saturday and spent Sun day with Miss Julia and Richard John- 6011. Mrs. Story of Hilloboro, N. H., and her dntiRhter. Mrs. Stanley of St. Johnsbury, visited Mrs. Stanley last week Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Gilfillan went to Boston Tuesday. Mrs. Elliott's father and mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. Smart, of Rumney, N. H., -visited her a tew days of last week. Mrs. Worth is visiting friends in reacham. While Frank Fenoff was driving a team loaded with household goods down the mill, Thursday his horse began to kick and run, and overturned the wagon by the grist mill. Frank was kicked severely but was not injured. His younger brother was thrown out and his arm broken. EAST BARNET. Mrs. L. E. Gilfillan, who was called to Worcester by the death of her brother-in-law, returned a week ago, her sister, Mrs. Monlton, coming with her to spend the summer. It was quite a mop and broom brigade that gathered at the chapel last Thurs day afternoon to have a fight with the dirt. They came out conquerors, for by G o'clock it was nearly all cleaned out, much to the satisfaction of those present. Children's Day was observed here last Sumlny. The singing and speaking by the children was very good and the decorations with ferns, buttercups, daisies and plants were beautiful. ,. E. Gilfillan has bought the grocery hereof Mr. Mason. His many friends here wish him success and are very glad that they are to remain here permanent ly' Henry Gilfillan has come back to his old route again and we are all glad to pee him. Mrs. Woodbury will speak in the eliapel hete next Sunday. WEST CONCORD. The exercises at the Methodist church Children's Day were very instructive. Each one did their part well. Thechurch was beautifully decorated, and every one seemed to enjoy the whole service. The collection was very bounteous. Come and hear Kev. George M. Ham leu and wife in the services Thursday and Friday evenings and on Sunday night. .Mr. Hninlen is president of Mallalieu Seminary, Kinsey, Alabama. They will fiiif; some of the songs such as they sing in tlic South lund, nnd preach the word, livery one is cordially invited. Mrs. F. G. West is visiting friends in Massachusetts. Miss Fannie Mackcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mackey of this town, died at the home of her grandmother in Cambridge last week aged 18. Her parents and friends have the sympathy of all in their atlliclion. Mrs. A. D. Forsaith, Mrs. William Rich, Mrs. C. F. Cutting and Mrs. H. C. Wilcox attended the Eastern Star con vention at Barre last week. Miss Alice Dunn of Monroe is visiting old acquaintances here. The Children's Day exercises at the Methodist church passed off very nicely. The church was prettily decorated for the occasion and the children and choir rendered their parts in a manner which showed carclul training. Mr. Morgan, the blacksmith, has moved into the tenement in Union block owned by 0. F. Harvey. J. C. Adams' farm buildings were entirely consumed by fire Monday morn ing, two horses and nearly all the house hold furniture was burned. The origin of the fire, which started in the barn, is unknown. Insurance about $1550. John Edney and L. E. Smith are or ganizing two nines to play the Fourth of July. They will have a supper and dance in the evening, the winning team to pay one third and the loosing team to pay two thirds of the expense. For Orrr Fifty Year. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hus been used by millions of mothers lor their children while teething. If disturbed nt nijjht and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth, send at once and get a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. It will relieve the poor little sufferers imme diately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives tone nnd energy to the whole system. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothine Syrup" for children teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip tion of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States. Price twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists throughout the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Svrup. THE KING CLOTHS is attracting buyers from a radius of 50 miles. AT COST AND LESS. The stock comprises a large line of MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTHS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS. Also a large line of Ulsters, Heavy and Light Overcoats, and Mackintoshes. Odd Pants of all styles and grades from fancy dress to working, for Men and Children. A large line of HATS and CAPS in All Styles. Also a very large and Choice Line of FURNISHING GOODS. To close out, a large line of OVERALLS AND FROCKS. L. B. BOYNTON, Avenue House Block. NORTH DANVILLE. , The Good Templars will give a literay entertainment at the hall Thursday even ing, June 15. Ice cream, cake and coffee will be served. The Ladies' Aid will hold their next so ciable with Mrs. H. A. Kclsey, Wednes day, June 21. A large attendance is de sired. Children's Sunday will be observed at the Methodist church next Sunday and at the village church the following Sun day, June 25. F. A, Emerson and family and F. E. Bickford and Mrs. Weeks returned from their trip the last of the week. Fred Downing and family of Barre are the guests of F. A. Emerson. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Waldrcn are spend ing a few days with friends inEnosburgh Falls. L. Marie and daughter, Miss Henrietta, of St. Johnsbury spent Sunday at 0. H. Stevens'. DANVILLE. The Village Improvement Society ask all who are interested in bringing water to the cemetery and will assist in digging the ditch and laying pipe for the same to meet on Wednesday and Thursday, June 21 and 22, at Danville Gieen. Additional items on page 3. The Diet Fad. Sensible people have learned that the best diet is a variety of wholesome food. If the digestive apparatus is out of order, no amount ol starvation diet will regu late it, but will tend to aggravate rather than remedy the ailment. It you are bilious, dyspeptic, liver torpid," bowels constipated, yellow with jaundice, or have sick headache, cure yourself with Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, and then eat reasonably of wholesome food and enjoy it. After you are cured an occasional dose ot Baxter's Mandrake Bitters will keep you well. Price 25 cents per bottle, also in tablets same price. AH druggists guarantee it to cure or money back. HARVEY. The Ladies Aid met last Wednesday afternoon and evening with Mrs. Ella Hatch. Pat. McGill is in Berlin this week work ing tor Clarence Glidden pressing hay. Mrs. Will Woodard was called to Barre Saturday by the illness of her sister who is not expected to live. The selectmen are busy building over the bridges in this part of the town, having just completed anew one below the saw-mill, and have the material ready to bein this week on the one near James McGill's. Moine Foolish People nllow a cough to run until itgets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say "Oh, it will wear away," but in most cases it will wear them away. Could they be induced to try the successful med icine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Price 25c. and 50c. Trial size tree. At all druggists. LUNENBURQ. Mr. and Mrs. Scott of St. Johnsbury are in town spending some time with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Turner. The Vance auction was largely at tended last Saturday evening. The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. F. D. Hale last Wednesday ufternoon. Henry Warren leaves this week for his summer at St. Johnsbury. The catterpillars seem to be vanishing much to the relief of every one. Children's Day was observed at the Methodist church last Sunday niorninc which called out a large number of people to hear a very pleasing program. The church was decorated tor the oc casion. Rev. E. F. Blackmcr and family left for their visit to Massachusetts last Mon day morning. Mr. Andrew is teaching school in Guildhall. The town voted Saturday not to have a high school. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Licas County, J Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANk J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Cth dav of December, A. D., 1S8G. iAi a-wmg.leaspn,- J Notary PuWic. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally nnd nets directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. SUTTON. Alfred Burnham went to Burlington on Monday to see his sister, Mrs. George II. Blake of Barton, Who has been at the hospital there for some time. Rev. J. W. Burgin has gone to Pitts field, N. H.. to attend the New Hamp shire Free Baptist Yearly Meeting as the delegate from the Vermont Yearly Meet ing to that body which is in session this week. 1 F. A. Holmes is having the store painted outside. A. C. Brown and wife from Montpelier have been stopping in the place tor a few days the past week. Mr. Brown came here for the purpose of visiting the scenes of his childhood days and inter viewing the few of the old residents left that were here when he lived here. The want of rain is seriously effecting all crops especially the grass crop in this section. Rev. Mr. Burgin holds services at the Whipple school house Sunday after noons and a Sunday school has been started. Miss Madge E. Burnham has been selected for the graduating class poet at the Normal School, Johnson. The grad uating exercises are Thursday, June 22. Miss Burnham and Sadie E. Blake are in the class from this town. Notice to Wheelmen. During the season of '99 we shall con tinue to offer to riders and all other per sons, Henry & Johnson's Arnica and Oil Liniment as the very best remedy for bumps, bruises, scratches, galls, cuts, strains, blisters, sore muscles, cramps, sunburn, pimples, freckles, chapped hands or face, rheumatism, neuralgia, or any ailment requiring an external applica tion. Lady riders are especially pleased with the Arnica and Oil Liniment, it is so clean and delightful to use. Sold by all drug gists at 25 cents per bottle, one three times as large (or 50 cents. (JROTON. W. W. Reardon of North Troy has come to town and opened a law office in the room over A. R. Taylor's barber shop. William Ricker of Woodsville was in town last Friday, nnd with a party of friends went to Griffith's mill fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ricker of New York city, who have been visiting friends in town, went last Saturday to the Lakeside at West Barnet to spend the summer as usual. W. L. Cutts and Miss Arkie Crown were married last week Tuesday and are now away on their wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Darling were in Montpelier last Tuesday. Mrs. Albert Clark and little daughter Gertie are visiting in Concord. Children's Sunday was appropriately observed at the Methodist church last Sunday with exercises and music by the children. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers for the occasion. Doe Coffee Agree with Yonf If not, drink Grain-0 made from pure grains. A lady writes: "The first time I made Grain-0 I did not like it but after using it for one week nothing would in duce me to no back to coffee." It nour ishes and feeds the system. The children can drink it freely with great benefit. It is the strengthening substance ot pure grains. Get a package today from your grocer, follow the directions in making it and you will have a delicious and healthful table beverage for old and oung. 15 and 25c. LYNDON. E. P. Aldrich who has absented him self during the winter appeared last week and moved his family to Littleton. The Congregational Sunday school observed Children's Day by giving a pleasing concert last Sunday evening, consisting of stirring music and appro priate recitations. The Methodist Sunday school will have Children's Day exercises next Sun day evening with a sermon to the child ren in the afternoon by the pastor, Rev. H. G. McGlauflin. Everybody invited, especially children. Additional items on page 3. QASKILL. The Children's Day exercises last Sun day were very interesting. The children did well and the collection was most excellent. Every one ought to come out next Sun day and hear Rev. George M. Hamlin of Kinsey, Alabama. He is a good prencher and singer. It is expected he and his wife will sing some of the songs that they sing in the South Land. Come and hear them. fJALLUP MILLS. Be sure and come to the preaching service next Sunday afternoon in the school house nt 3 o'clock. Hood's pills cure liver ills, biliousness, indigestion, headache. Easy to take, easy to operate. 25c. WEST BURKE. Mrs. Davis will close her house for the present and make her home at Eldo Gaskell's. Mrs. Hey wood is atOlin Allard's. Mrs. Allard is again seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. John McLellan of Glover and Mr. and Miss Wiggin of Coventry were to town Saturday. Mrs. R. W. Brock of Passumpsic is vis iting her brothers, Carl and Horace Gilfillan. The W. R. C. hold their quarterly so ciable Saturday afternoon. Elwin Jenness, F. T. Porter's popular clerk, is spending a ten days' vacation in Boston. A Card. We, the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on a fifty cent bot tle of Greene's syrup of tar if it fails to cure your cough or cold ; we also war rant a twenty-five cent bottle, to prove satisfactory or no pay. A. C. Randall, C. C. Bingham, Frank G. Landry, ... Flint Bros., Boynton & Eastman, A. F. Walker, D. C. Farrington, West Danville. L D. Stiles, St. Johnsbury Center. J. D. Rogers, Waldcn. 0. B. Cutting, West Concord. passuhpsic. There was a very large attendance at the Children's Day exercises Inst Sun day evening and everying passed offexcel lently. The children were at their best, and all united to call it the best service of the kind in a long time. The pastor also made some very timely remarks. The following were elected officers for the next six months in the Christian Endeavor Society : J. H. Wark, presi dent ; E. H. Lackey, vice-president ; Net tie L. Lewis, secretary; Mrs. L. H. Vitty, treasurer. Rev. Dr. Bunker, a returned missionary from Burmah will speak in the Baptist church next Sunday morning. Eclectic Society. The Vermont State Eclectic Medical Society held its thirty-fourth annual meeting at the State House, Montpelier, June 7 and 8. The following officers were elected for the year: President, H. H. Hill, Lowell; vice-presidents, E. A. Smith, Brandon, J. W. Marsh, Manchester Center, G. C. Washburn, Waterbury ; secretary, P. L. lempleton, Montpelier; treasurer and librarian, H. E. Templeton, Montpelier; censors, H.J. Potter, Bennington, W. E. Bailey, East Craftsbury, P. L. Temple ton, Montpelier. E. H. Fitzhiigh, vice-president and gcu eral manager of the Central Vermont railway has issued thefollowingcircular: "The receivers of the Central Vermont railroad, its leased lines and branches having ceased upon May 1, 1899 to oper ate the same, all passes issued prior to that date by said receivers, or their officers, will be honored by conductors until and including the 30th day of June, 1899, the end of the present fiscal year, and not thereafter." Prof. Allison W. Slocumb of the Univer sity of Vermont was sued last week by E. E. Miller of Newport, a student at the university, for $10,000 alleged damages. The plaintiff bases his action on injuries said to have been sustained by him at the hands ot Prof. Slocumb in the winter of 1897. when the latter endeavored to take an X-ray photograph of a broken limb. The new library and club house given to the town of Wilder by the late Charles T. Wilder will be dedicated with appro priateexercisesthisafternoon. President Tucker of Dartmouth will deliver the dedicatory address. At the recent session of the United States court at Windsor, the case of F. P. Warren of Fairlee, charged with hav ing tailed to deposit funds of the post office at Fairlee, was heard before Judge Wheeler. The matter was claimed by Mr. Warren and his friends to have been a technical violation ot a statute of the existence of which Mr. Warren was in ignorance. Judge Wheeler imposed a fine of $30, with costs. Dr. J. H. Linsley, professor of pathol ogy and histology in the medical depart ment of the University at Burlington presented his resignation to the faculty Thursday. The work of the year is so far completed that the chair will proba bly not be tilled until the reopening of the college. Chancellor J. M. Tyler, in the case of the Bradford savings bank and trust company has ordered a 20 per cent, divi dend to be paid to the creditors June 15. One of the features of the big celebra tion of the Catholic Order of Foresters at Burlington the week commencing June 19, w ill be n band concert in city hall park by 33 visiting hands. Augustin Daly, the great play author and manager died at the Hotel Conti nental, Paris, of heart failure, June 7. The doctor who gets out of patients is apt to lose his temper. We still NG Sunday School Convention. The sixth annual convention of Cale donia County Sunday School Associa tion, at the Congregational church, Danville, Tuesday, June 20, 1899. G. H. Kingsbury, president. ., 9.48. Devotional service, Led by Rev. S. G. Lewis, Danville 10.00. Words of welcome. By Kev. 8. Koowlton, Danville 10.10. Report of secretary and treasurer. 10.20. Business. 10.30, How can we promote a more thorough study of the lesson by the scholar. Open parliament, Led by Rev. J. T. Daxendnle, Peacham 11.00. Address. Requirements lor success, lul teaching. By Kev. W. E. Streeter, St. Johns bury Center. 11.25. Address. Temperance and the Sun day school, Rev. J. K. Williams, Feacbam 11.50, Appointment of committees. 12 00, Dinner served In church vestry, 1.00. Praise service, Led by J. W. Sault, St. Johnsbury 1.15. Report of committees and election of ofliceia. ...... 1.30. Reports compared with last year, and roll call of schools. 1.60, Collection. 1.55. The primary teacher, By Mrs. L. D. Patterson 2.25. Question box, Conducted by J. W. Sault, St. Johnsbury. 2.50. Address. The fourthcommandment, Do we keep It ? Kev. S. O. Lewis, Danville 3.20. Address. Early moral culture, the nation's sale-guard, Kev. O. W. Hunt 3.60. Superintendents. Helps. Hindrances. Notes compared. An open parlia ment for superintendents. 4.10. Closing words. By the President Entertainment will be provided by the people of Danville forall whomayattend. All Sunday school workers are cordially invited. The committee will meet dele gates at the church and all teams will be cared for. Reduced rates on railroad. Ttains going east leave 11.32 a. m., 8.35 p. ni. Going west, 3 52, 5.35 p. m. Christina Endeavor Excursion. The excursion of the Vermont Christian Endeavor Union party to the inter national convention to be held nt Detroit, Michigan, from July 5 to 10 inclusive, will leave Vermont on Monday, July 3, in special cars leaving Bellows Falls at 12.10, White River Junction at 1.40 p. m., and St. Albans at 5.40. The route going is over the Grand Trunk and Central Vermont railway system, via Montreal, Niagara Falls and Windsor to Detroit. The returning route is over the Grand Trunk railroad via Port Huron, St. Clair tunnel, London and Toronto, to Gananoque, Richelieu and Ontario Navigation company (down St. Law rence river) to Montreal, Grand Trunk, Central Vermont and Boston & Maine to destination. The railroad ticket for the round trip is $15. Waifs. A Suggestion. "What is the what is the name of those things with wings on their heads?" asked Mr. Bopps, who couldn't think of the word "cherub" to save him. "Mules?" suggested Mrs. Bopps, in all innocence. Indianapolis Journal. Her Theory. "What makes young Mr. Bught wear his hear so long," said Maud. "Oh, it isn't his fault, poor boy," replied Miss Cayenne. "He has been lionized so much he doesn't feci comfort able without a mane." Washington Star. "Have you never made a fire before, William ?" she asked, somewhat sharply. "Well, ma'am, I ain't never made what yo' call a refined fire no, ma'am!" was the puzzled reply. Harper's Bazar. Functions. Housewife "And you ex pect me to give you a dinner ?" Hobo "Madam, you certainly wouldn't given hungry man an 'at home,' would you ?" Detroit Journal. Might Have Been Worse. Mrs. Abra hams "Ach, heavens! Leedle Shakey has shust schwallowed der giraffe out of hees Noah's ark!" Mr. Abrahams "Veil, tank God it vasn't der pig." "uck. Fifty years ago there was not a Christ ian on the Fiji islands; now there is not a heathen. You Don't Get Tired. It is a peculiar fact that you never get tired of drinking Williams' Root Beer. When other drinks fail, you can always come back to it with joy. It is the most cooling and thirst-quenching drink ever invented. It is made from delicious roots and herbs A gift from Nature herself. When you are tired, thirsty and over-heated, remember that a bottle of Williams' Root Beer Ex tract makes five gallons of health giving beverage. Insist on having Williams' Root Beer. WllliimiM & Cnrlelon Co., Hartford, Conn., Makers of Williams' Flavoring Extracts. COMPANY' have a large line Modern Surgery, "The average man would be greatly surprised to know how far the surgical world has moved in the last quarter of a century," said a prominent New Or leans practitioner. "It's hard to realize, even for one in the profession. We do things as a matter of course at present that only a few yenrs ago would huve been looked upon as downright murder. "I remember back in the seventies I was called to attend a man who was thot through the intestines with buck shot, making a number of perforations. I promptly opened the abdominal cav ity and sewed up the wounds, which at that time was regarded as a wildly dar ing operation. The man died from un avoidable complications, and his friends were determined to prosecute me for killing him. In fact, I had a close squeak from unpleasant consequences, for a great many other surgeons con demned my procedure in the severest terms. "Just think of it I Today things are exactly reversed, and a surgeon who failed to open the abdomen in such a case would undoubtedly be punished for malpractice. This is one instance out of many. It is no exaggeration to say that the modern surgeon saves thousands of lives that his earlier brothers would have abandoned without on effort 'Necessarily fatal' would have been the verdict and the sufferer assisted into the valley of the shadow by a merciful opiate." New Orleans Times-Democrat. The KITurt to Create Life. The news that Wohler had obtained, in 1828, out of inorganic stuffs a cer tain substance, urea, which occurs in nature as a distinct product of vital ac tivity in animals, upset current ideas. Then, later on, Liebig in Germany and Frankliuid in this country made several important syntheses, and in 1800 Ber tbelot published his epoch making work, "Organic Chemistry Based Upon Synthesis," in which he proved that the synthesis of organic bodies must be pursued and may be achieved in a quite systematic way, going step by step over the whole series of organic compounds. At the present time about 180 differ ent ncids, aromatic oils, fats, coloring matters, and so on, which nro only found in nature as products of vital activity, have already been prepared in our laboratories out of inorganic mat ter. Some of them aro already fabri cated in this way for trado. Every year brings some new achievement in the same direction ; so that tho main inter est now lies, not so much in adding a new product to tho already long list of chemically prepared organic substances, ns in catching tho secrets of the tiny living laboratories in the vegetable and animal cells. Prince Erapotkin in Nineteenth Century. ra Absolutely A . m. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROVM BAKINO POWOFR CO., NEW YORK. Machinists Wanted, in the manufacturing machinery business to run lathes, planers, drill presses nnd boring machines; moderately heavy work; a man who is accustomed to either con tract or day work. Also one fore man wanted. Excellent wages, steady employment to satisfac tory men : address, Lathe, Caledonian, St. Johnsbury, Vt. HEALTH FOOD. A full line of the Sanitas Nut Food Company from Battlecreck, Mich, continuously in stock at Geo. H. Cross1, Baker and Confectioner. Railroad Steet. n1 of VERY DESIRABLE GOODS Without Slinniinar or Evasion. From Fenimore Cooper and other au thorities we huve gained the impression that the Indian is a stolid, severe indi vidual, with no sense of the white man's humor, but one red brother show ed himself quite a civilized joker in tha United States court. He was on the stand in a hotly contested case, nnd At torney D. R. Bailey of Sioux Falls was after him in the most approved fashion of cross examination. Finally, after ap parently frightening the Indian with the awful consequences which would follow the slightest deviation from the truth, Mr. Builey took bis most porten tous tone and solemn manner and de manded: "Now, sir, I want you to tell me the exact truth, without any shuffling or evasion. I want you to look me square in the eye and tell me how you get your living, sir." The Indian looked straight at Mr. Bailey, and, with that imperturbable air familiar to nil acquainted with the red men, simply said, "Eat." The courtroom roared, even Judge Carland smiled and Mr. Bailey let the witness go. St. Puul Pioneer Press. Good For n Whole Chapter. The overturned coaches lay nt the foot of the embankment, where they had rolled when the train left the track. The wrecking train had arrived, the crew had gone to work, and the wound ed had all been cared for. "Will you please tell me your per sonal experience in the accident?' asked n reporter, whipping out his note book. "You will read about them, sir," re plied the solemn looking passenger with a slightly foreign accent, whom he had addressed, "in the book I shall certain ly publish about this country. " Chi cago Tribune. A Wonderful Drummer. Probably the most remarkable drum mer who ever lived was Jean Henri, the famous tambour major of tho Em peror Napoleon. One of his feats was to play on 15 different toned drnms at the same timo in so soft and harmoni ous a manner that instead of the deaf euing uproar that might have been ex pected the effect was that of a novel and comploto instrument. In playing he passed from one drum to the other with such wonderful quickness that the eyes of the spectators could hardly fol low tho movemeut of his hands and body. Fair haired people are said to be be coming less numerous thau formerly. The ancient Jews were a fair haired race ; now they are. with few exceptions, dark. So it is, in n lesser degree, with the Irish, among whom 150 years ago a dark haired person was almost un known n Miuo m Powder ube June iSth and dully thereafter the "IMPERIAL B0ST0N LIMITED" Pacific Coast 4 DAYS hours via CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. 107 Washington Mlrrrl, Hoston. Bankruptcy Notice In thb District Court op tub United Status for tub District op Vbrmont. In the mntter of Charles O. Dcnison In Bankruptcy. Hunkrupt. J To the creditors of Charles O. Denlson of Lyndon, In the county of Caledonia, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby jj'vcn that on the 2Gth day of May, A. D. lb'.)9. the said Charles O. Dcnlsnn was duly adjudicated a bankrupt; nnd that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the luw office of David K. Porter, in St. Johnsbury, on thfc 2th day of June, A. I). 181)!), nt t o'clock in the afternoon, at which time the snid creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other busi ness as muy properly conic before said meet ing. DAVID 12. PORTER, Referee in Bankruptcy June 0, 1809. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES In plain and colored lithographs for fram ing, nlso in booklet form. A very choice line at this office.