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VERMONT WAT -HMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1889.
Numntary of News. Vermont. Mary WlKO (i( LlldtOW foll ilnwn stalrH, liut week, iiiul wiifatlly Injnred. Thr tnking of testininny In the rallrowl rane t Burlington ronrliiiled lant week aml tim argnmenti bsUi Tll will of tlie late JuliiiH M. Noyp.s of New York a'wi'n 10,000 tO tht Homo for Ilentitute Cnlldreti at Killington. John Hayks of Winooski NiiHtaineil a compound frnetnre of tlie left Ieg liy falling froni a liuilillng ono day lnwst week. CoLONKl, AI.I1BRT Ci.ahkk. of Holland Will raovo his family ln a fow dayn tO Botton, where lio will inako hi home in the fntnre. Thr people of Wells Kiver are aKitatinn the suhjeet of organlzinn a stork conipan.v, with a capital of ?:iO,(KKi, to start a papcr- nm. Chari.rs PoWILLf a railroad sertion lianil, was fatall.v injnred l Johnson bjf a hammer which siipped from 1 1 1 fnreman's liand. Thic stereoscope works of H. (i. Snrdan and II, T. Cushman al North Bennington were Imrnecl Wednesilav inurning of last week. The lOM i $H,000. Onk night last week Hrakcnmn Ilnrd was thrown frotn the top of a beef car, near Mil ton, by the failure of the lirake-dog to catch in the OOg. He esraped wlth the dlslocation of an elhow. 8K( hktary OV W'ak PboCTOI arrived home froin Washington, ImI week Tnemlay moralngi in rotpoiiM to a telagrain an nonndnji tbe oriUoal tltntM of his twche-year-old son, Kedtlcld. Wkpnksidav mornlng of ImI week a iiiun by the naine of I.avalle, aged tlfiv-llve, fell otT a honse 011 which he was workinu, and, triklng oii hia hoad, was fatall.v injnred, living Imt a ihoft time. Thrrk children of Charles I'aronto, in Enosburg, while playing iu the harn Sun day foreuoon, May ''(, set lire to soine straw, and the harn was bnrned, together with a Heveu-year-old boy. I'aronto was so hadly hurned in trviiic tu rescnethe oblld that liis reeovery is uOUDtful, Wmr.R a twclce-ycar-old girl was sltting ou tlie steps at 8t. .loseph's convent, Bur lington, recently. with a teacher, a rifle-bul-let whizzed by the latter's faee and strnck the cbild in the anu, paaaing coinpletely tbrcngb it and dropptng a iborl dfstance away. It cnme froni a wood a short dis tanco away, where some one was shooting, in violatiou of the law. On Wednesday night of last week the, six rear cars of a freight, train bound north parti il froin the rest of the train, near High gate Springs.and Brakeinan Brooks stepped oS m the dark and fell to the traek. He managed to tbrow himaelf ont in Benson to escape being orushed. but the oat wheel auglit his foot, tore olT a slioe and made an ugly tlesh wound 011 liis instep. Thk trial of Professor L, B. Foliom, prin cipal of the Rutland liigh school, for al leged assault on Guy C. l'arkhtirst, a pupil, son of ('. A. Parkhurat, took place in the munieipal eourt, hefore Judge Butler and a mry, ou Monday afternoon of last week. Tuesday morning the jury took the OMOi After an absence of a half hciur they returned disagreed, standing three for convk tion aud three for acijuittal. Thr rjnited Btatei conrt eouvened at Windsor at two o'eloek Monday afternoon, May 27. There being no business for the petit jury, they were disi harged for the terui. In the ease of the I'nited States r.. Nathan A. Carpenter, for distilling and re- tailing liquora withont paymeut of ipeoial tax, bail was lixed by the court at 1,000 in each case. The respondent appeared in court and fumished the required bail. Amount of bail was also lixed in several other Cnited States eases. Ho further buai ness appearing, the court tlien adlourned until Wednesday, Jiine20. Grand Tslk tounty is excited over a lishing case. Henry Mitchell and Peter Sorrill were arrested Saturday, May l!5, on the eharge of illegal lishing iu Lake Cham plain. The men pleaded guilty, and, being unable to pay the S2.ri0 Hne, were aken to thenouseof correction to servd 0Uto tence of 770 ilars. u was ' - t ' . f , .. -v('o me M MurtM nf B F. Athertii, son of Kish Coni mlSsibner Atherton, that the tnen were de tected, and the following Tuesday the na tives turned the tables ou the young uian. He was arrested and arraigned on the eharge of having seventeen lake pike in liis posses sion. The tine amounted to H.r, and Ath erton appealed to county court. He claitns that the pike fuund in his possessiou were purchased by liiin of one of tlie illegal flsher men in order toascertain how inany tish tlie man had in his box. I'opular sympathy is naturally w ith the poachers, one of whoiu has a family ol nine children dependent upon bim, DoXHMtlC, Prrsidrnt Harrison reviewed the Menio rial day parade in Hrooklyn. Hon. E. J. PiiRLrs will deliver the Phl Beta Kappa oration at Harvard this year. Thr coroner's jury found that Washing ton Irving Bilbop, the mind-reader, was dead wlien the autopsy was perforinod. Dii k Hawrs, convicted in Birmlngham, Ala., of the inurder of his wife and children, has been sentenced to he hangeil July 1'.'. Thr Presbyterian (ieneral Assembly, wbiob has been in session in New York city, has adjourned. The next meeUng will be beld at Saratoga. A CYCi.oNR crossed the Santa Fe road two uiiles west of Clements, Kansas, aud seven or eight persons have been killed and inany houses and barns chstroyed. Krv. h. Gbuxfibld Bchobk, theaulitant rectorofSt. Paul's churcli, the largest aml most fashionable ohurob in Baltimore, oom mitted suicide recentlv by shooting blmielf through the head. ite was dlaappointed in love. The decision of the Maine law court, sus taining the validity of floveruor Bodwell'l veto of the medical registratiou liill in 1H87. settles a long-vexed quattion, This was the case where the governor's signature was tirHt atlixeil tothe bill and tlien erased. At Evansville, Ind., last week, Albert WIUOO fatally shot his young wife, and tlien sent a bullet through his own brain, dyiug instantly. Wilson was about tbirty vears old, while liis wife was uiuch youuger. They had no children and llved liappilv to gether until ahout three months ago, when Iu- liei alne Jealous. Groriir A. Jrssi i-, cashier of the Scran ton City Bank, Scrantou, l'enn., was ar rested recentlv oii the liarge of eiube..ling 9100,000 of the bank's inoney. He had been eonnected with the bank for six years aud was interested in various enteriirises re ulring large suuis of inoney The exact amount due depositors Is 8:i:U,000. A CA8K of apiiareut unparalleled crueliy has been brought to liglit in a New York police court. A woinan nauied Mrs. Annie Boyi-e i, eliurged with inhuinan treatmenl of her stepdaugliter, Della Boyce. The wratobed onlld is emaolated in tbe extreme, and, according to a certiticate of a physi eian wlio exainined her, there being no bodily ailuient, it is due to want of nourish nient. The child's body is covered with sears, scabs and sores, caused by bums iu tentionally produced by tbe cruel step mother. Thr Chieugo police are working desper ately on the I'ronin iiiunler i nse, over si.xty deteetives lieing einployed. Detective Dan iel Coiiglilin, Patrick O'Siillivan, the loe. man, and F'rank J, Itlaek, alUu Woodruff, have been arrested aud indicted by tlie Cbl cago grand iury for the marder. This result was reai hed nftei an investigat ion lasting seven hours, ditring which several wituesses were exainined and a mass of evidence eon HiUered. The grand jury took only one vote after heariug the wituesses, and that was unauimous for indicting all three pris onera. Thhkk New York ladies are to brlng to the attention of the state departiuent at Washington the facU of an outrage coui mitted "P" them while traveling in France. The latlies Mrs. A. I. Dorr, Miss Kannie Van Nostrand aud Miss Nannie Mar vin ordered some garments froin a dress maker at Nice, to be dellvered at a certaiu time. The dressinaker fatled to keep her agreement, and the ladies went to Menton withont receiving or paying for the gar ments. That nlglit they were arrestecl at thelr hotel, taken to the Htation-hoiisc. forced into a cell and contined there for several hours. Thr congregation at the New Liberty churcli, State I.ine, Ind., was eleetrlfled last week Sunday. At the evening services a small rain cloud was noticed to overcast the sky. Immediately afterward a blind. Ing bolt of lightningHtrui k thechureh chim nev Kollowlng along tho stovo-plpe, it crushed the two stoves into fragments and tore up the tloor. After leaving tlie ehiin ney the bolt separated, and a portionofit ran down the chandelier, over the pulpit, striking Mr. Myers in the back of the head. He tnmed a somersault, fell heavily on the tloor, and was thought to lie dead. He lay in an uneonscious conditlon for more tlian half an hour. Several persons in the large congregation were shocked into insonsi bility, but soon reoovered. Forplun. Thr trial of Oeneral Boulanger has been postponed until Augtiit. Thr I'nns of I'aris aniKiunces that the Issue of Panania canal lot'ery bonds has been ahandoned. A Canaiman schooner was wrecked last wppk in Lake Ontario and eight sailors are thought to be lost. It is rntnOrod that the Mexioan con gress is discussing the cession of Lower California to the tjnltod States. l'niNi'R Alois Schwarzrmirrii of Austria and a lieiitpnant of hussars fought a duel May 30. The former was tnortally wounded. A kirk on May .'i at Yakate-Akita-Kew, Japan, barned more tlian one thousand houses. Ahout ten thousand people were rendered huuitloss, At a meeting of General P.onliinger's snp porters, beld recently at his residence in London, it was decided to eontest all tlie OlMtlOBI in Kranee. Thr will of the late John Bright was sworn to Kridav. The testator beijueaths an estate valiied at ?4:Ki.!i'.'0 to his childr-n. The will contains no pnblto beijuests, PlBKIMI, the man who lired a hlank cart riilge at President Carnot on the eve of tlie opening of the exhibition in Paris, has been sentenced to four months' imprisonment. A COMVLAORATIOM in tlie town of Podhajce, Austria, has destroyed six htindred liouses, a church and a synagogue and eaused tlie loss of inany lives. Twelve corpses have been extricated from tlie ruins. Thr work of evicting tenants was con tinued on the Olphert estate. Irelaud, last week. The evictors lnet with a desperate resistance and Inspector Dnll was badtv WOUnded, Tlie tenants had erected barri cadeg, and froni behind these defences they hurled atonea and other missilea at the af- tacking party. Botllng water was also thrown upon the evictors, and a numberof polieemcn and bailiffs were hadly scalded. The police arrested fourteen persons. What a (Story)! Lllernry 'otes. EvRRvnonY is delighted with tlie new mnaloaJ eutertainment provided by the neat little cantata called " A OardOO of Singing Klowers " Young people wishing to get up a simple entertainment for an evening's pleasure will tind the words and mttstc of this new piece very amusing and eutertain ing. Only nine t ersons are reiiuired in the prograuime. A rtain or screen is painted to represent .1 age and garden and m the center or heart of each rlowet in this pretty garden appears the faee only of a singer, who is stationed tiehind the ciirtain. The " Gardener " conductsthe performance, Whloh is very amusing. Full instructions are given in the book, which is published bv Uliver Ditson Co., Boston, Mass., and whlcn will be Mnt by them to any address on re ceipt of the price, forty eenta. Thosr who have read of the blood-hound only in sensational ctories of the days of American slavery will Iearn the real traits of that little-known animal with surprise in readUij; an illttstrated article on the dog ln tne JttBB Qtntury. T1e anale is writteu hy the hlel expeft on tlie subiect !;.' Eng- iand, the gentleman whose blood-hounil I were used by the deteetives in some recent I famous murder cases in London. Mrs. Van 1 Uensselaer, the well-knowa art critic, has wrilten a careful study of the career and art of Corot, the niodern painter, about whose work there has perhaps been more discus- sion and difference of oplnlon than any other. Tbla article will appear in the June ( 'entury, The lllnatrationa have been a Iong time in preparation anu are all engraved froin tlie oruinals by Elbridge KingsTey. Mrssrs. Hoi'ohton, Mikflin & Cumpany announce that they have begiin, under the title " (tiveraide Library for Young Peo ple," a aerlea of books dealgned eapeoially for boys and girls who are laying the founda tion of private lihrarlea. The books to be Includea in tbe series will not be ephemeral publications, to be read liastily and quiokl; forgotten. Both theauthors aud the subjects trcated imlicate that they will be books to last. Tho great subjects of history, biogra pliy, mecbanica, travel, natural history, adventure and kindred themes will foriu the prinoipal portion of the library. Fic tion will not neeessarily be excluded, but it wlll not form the main feature. The books will be illuslrated whenever the Btlbjecl treated needs illustration ; history and travel will be aecompanied by uiaps, history and biography by portraits, but tlie aim will be to make the accompaniments to tlie text real additions. Tlie compactness and low price of the books forbid profuae illuatra tion. The books will be uniform in size, containing from 200to2B0 pagea eacli, will be strongly and altractively bound in cloth and sold at the price of sevent.v-live cents a volume. The issues for the spring of 1889 are: The War for Independence, by John Kiske; George Washington, an Historloal Biography, by Horace E. Scudder: Ilirds throiigli an Opera-glass, by Florence A. Merriam; I'p and Down the Brooks, by Mary E. Bamford. Other books nre in preparation and will be annouuci d froni time to tttne, Thr Story o Vrhmont, hy Jolin L. Heaton, being the fourth in the series of tlie Story of tbe States, edited by Eldridge S. Brooks. One volume, Svo, fully llluatrated. Boaton: D, Lothrop Company , Price Si..rio. I)f all tbe states of tlie American I'nion few have had a more varieil or a more uotable career than that of Vermont. Amld its ver dant billa grew up some of the sturdiest of the farmers, the tighters and the citizeus of the young republie, while the state has the claim of liaviug been the lirst, outside the original thirleen, ailmitted to the Amerii ian (JaTon after a forty years' struggle for its riglits withont parallel in the history of the COUntry. L!pon its soil tlie greatest of niod ern reforms the crusades against slavery and intiiiiperance practically had birth, and its loldleri bad the proiul pre-eminenee of being tlie inoat reliable tigliters iu the leaderleai war of ihpj and of turning the tlde of battle on tlie botly-oonteeted Reld ol Gettysburg. Not for forty years has a history of the state been published, and Mr. Heaton has practically had a new lield in Whlob to labor. That he has labored cou acientioualy and well few n'ailers of his en tertainiug story will dcny. He has pre sented, not only for Vermonters but for Amerieans, a eonnected, practical and euter talning story of the early tiuies of the state, adding to this an account of Ihe more re- oenl eventa that have aaoapad pobllc at tention, aud has ineiuded ln his record, aa far as possible iu the space at his eomuiand, tbe growtb of arta and learning, the devel opment of Indnttry and tbe sTolntlon of laws, eustoiiis and institutions to ineet tbe needi of a graolouii temperate and vallanl people. Eua volume ahould be at onoe ac- c cptable and absorbing to the people of Ver mont; more than iliis.it is a volume that bould attract the attention of all lovers of c very phase of our nation's Htory and every admirer of sturdy, persiateut, de voted and patriotie endeavor. Mr. Ifeuton's slyleis manly, unalTected, siiuple and direi t . It is full of practical purpose, ligbted with the touch of the roinancer and the skill of tb bumorlft. Mr. Bridgmau's illustratious are a littiug accom paniuent to the text, and will Hupplement the Intereat of this excel leut aud most acceptable addltion to the lest phases ef Amern au history. For neuralgia, a novel eure which we hardly believe, if true, will ever baoomt popular- is vonched for, it is saiil, by a cor respondent of tlie fftK York ffUB. An Irish glrl in Paterson, N. ,1., had sutTered wlth neuralgia of the head and faee until almost frantic with pain. actually beatlng tho wall with her head to cause insensibilitv. Her employer, having heard that a I )r. Terc had cured rheumatiam by the sting of a wasp, askeil the glrl if sho would try it. Witb eourage born of despair, ihi exclnimed, " Any other torlure would be a pleasure beside this." A yellow wasp was obtained and vexed into stinging her fae. Wlthin a few moments the pain ceased, the girl fell asleep, and, strange to say, never again had an attack of neuralgia. Well, we don't blame her. The remeily was probably too herolc foraaecond doae, A learned apeolal ist, when told this yarn, remarked : " Tlie pain may have Itopped temporarily, but it COUld only have been temporary " Contln ued he: " It is a fact that a sudilen shock to intlamedand painful nerves will stop pain;" but the remedy is worse than the disease. as inany unthinking people in after years tind out who apply tiery and dangorons com pounds esternalty to stop npuralgla anil rhpumatlsin. Thpy only eonlinue to shoek their ntrVOUI yatetn, ignorant of the fact that. as in the morphine or alcohol habit. their mpiital and inoral nature Is tbui grad- nally being deitroyed, " Make haste siowi.v If you expect toctire any nerve disease" was the adviee to a lady by a frieud who had been cured of chronlc neuralgia by using for some time .fohnson's Anodyne Ltniment Inhaled, taken Internatly and ap- plied externally. as advised in the wrapper aroiind every botlle. Neuralgia is a fever or intlammation of the nerves, and onlv by dpgrpps ean any iiillammation be cureil, and then only by an anodyne trpatment. old l)r. Johnson had this in niind when he devised his Anodyne Linimpnt, a remedy now known to nearly every one, as it de serves to he. Surely a ine'diclne withont real nieril could not have survived for Ighty years, as this one has done. ings ean be cnreil hy the use of one bottle of Anti-Apopleetlne, the great spring rnedi elne. Sold at your druggist's for 91 .00. K. B, Preeman of Johnson, Vt., says: " ' Anti Apoplectine ' gavo me an appetite and did me tlie most good of any remedy I ever took," " My danghter was greatly troubled with icrofula, ana atone titne it was feared she would lose her sight. Ayer's Sarsaparllla haa coinpletely reatored her bealth, aud hei eyes are as well as ever, with not a t.raee of scrofula in her system." Q, Kimi, KtiUngly, Con n, How repulsive is bad breath, and yethOW .,.,,,,., ,r,Tj nuin, it7, nilil rtl- ueiiiai iieoinp hiiiici uieir iripnus wnn l.ne foul odor of thelr breath. If there was no remedy for this it mlght ezolte our sym pathy, but as there is no need of having a foul breath it is an unpardonable breacli of good manners to obtrude sucli an offense on g I soeiety. Foul breath arises from dis- orded digestion, which ean be corrected by naing Bulphnr Bittera, and the result will be a pure, sweet breath. Thr voeal organs are slrengthened bv tbp use of Ayer's Cherr.v Peetoral. ('lergyraen, 1 hiwyers, singers, aetors and publie speakers nnu iiiis preparation tlie most ellective remedy for Irritation and weakness of the throatand lungs, and for all afTections ef the vocal organs. Wlien the ll iby w.m slnk wo Kiive linr Osstorla, When he w a OblM Ibl rricd tot OattOTla, When he liecione Mlns nlie clunR to CantiiriH, When he iiHti Ohlldren ihe tv.ve them ,.,,,n , A mrssrmirr boy last week brokp the record and ran a niile and a half in eightepii minutea, He was coaehed during tbe en tire dittance, however. There was a dog tigbt at the close of the lirst ipiarter, a street band at the end of the other half, a rlre en gine at the third quarter and a olrcua pro ceaalon at tbe Bniah, while a woman who had a letter she wanted bim to mail was a i lose leCOOd to bim all tbe way. You ean get an awful buist of spced out of tliese fellows if you know how to vork it. llur- dette, in Brooklyn Eagltt ALL kinds of people use the fjop J'hisb fl becauae they onre quickly every pain and weakness. I havr been a sufferer from catarrh for the past eight years. Having tried a ntlin- ber of remediea advertlaed aa " sure cnrei " Withont Obtalnlng any relief, I had resolved never to take any other patent medicines, when a friend advised me to Irv Klv's Cream Balni. I did so witb great reluc ' tance, but ean now testify with pleasure that after using it for six weeks I believe myaelf cureil. Itisamost agreeable rem edy an tnvaiuable baitu. fotepn Steteart, i'j-f Grand dvtnut, Brooklyn, Wlllwr raany years, and after inany nrgent requent it has at last been given to the people as a cure that is Biire and In reaib of all. It has cured cases of twenly-llve and thlrty years' standing, and now those wlm have spent many dollars llnd their only aalvation ia In the use of Dr. Wllber's Pile Olntment. For the piles and nothing else. Price thirty-flve cents. Take no other. Sold by all driiggists in Montpelier and by M. O. Evans in Waterbury, Vt. Mjcrtisemcnts. Balh lieads are too many when they may be covered with a liixurlant growtb of hair by using the bestof all restorers, Hall's Hair Ketiewer. Curr yourself. Don't pay large doetors' billa. The best medical book published (one hundred pages, elegant colored plates) will be sent you on receipt of three two-cent stamps to pay postage. Address A. P. Ord way & Co., Boston, Mass. Thry relieve instantly the pains and sore- ness caused by cold damp weather. ftop Platlen. Use one. Laay People are a bane to soeiety, but many of ua feel lazy, used up, played out and larguid at this season of the year, when we simply need an tnvigorating fonfc, These bad feel- Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslcw's Sootbing Syrup, for chil dren teething, is tbe prescription of one of tbe best feinale uurses and physicians in the (Tnited States, and has been used for forty years witb never-failing suceess by mllfions of mothers for their children. During the procesa of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, ciires dysentery and diarrho a, griping in tbe bowels and wind-colic. By giving bealth to tho child it rests the mother. Price twenty-llve cents a bottle. Found Head iu Ited. How often we hear or read of some one that has retired in apparent good bealth that has been found dead in bed the follow ing morning. Anti-Apopleotine is the only apoplexy preventive aud paralysis eure. John J. Barnard of Vergennes, Vt., says: "I have Iong been asu.Terer from heart difflculty, I pon the recommendation of a friend I purchaaed and used a bottle of Anti-Apoplectine. In a few days I ex perieneed great relief." Dr. Hutchinson Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt., furniah circulara free. I)r. Wilber's Pile Ointment. A word tothe afliicted: No matter how iong you have sufFered, it will cure you. It has never tieen known to fail. It gives instant relief. It has been used by Dr. CoNstiMPTioN curkd. An old physiolan, retired from prai tice, having bad placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetahle remedy for the speedy anil permanent eureof consnmp tion, hronchitis, catarrh, asthma and all throat and lung afTections, also a posiUve and radical cure for nervous debility anil all nervons complaints, after having tested its wonderful CUratlve powers in thousands of cases haS felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motlve and a desire to relieve iiuman suffer ing, I will send, free of eharge, to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, Frcneh or English, with full directions for prepar ing and using. Sent by mail by addressing, with stamp, natning this paper, W. A. Noyrs, 140 PwMf't SJocfti StVMMtP, JV. Y. 11,000 Rewurd. O.nb thiiiwsd DOLLAM will be paid to any chemlst who will tind on analysis of S. S. S. (Swift's BpaciAc) one partiele of mcr cury, iodide of polasb or any poisonous substance. In is7:i i oontracted blood poison, which soon developed into its severest aecondary form, with blotehes and ugly sores all over my body, which totally disabled me for more than a year. The doetors treated me all the time withont benetit. The disease steadily growing worse and worse, I was un able to work for more than a year. Finallv I was persuaded to take Swift's Specitie. After taking seven hottles I was souud aml well, and have not felt a aymptom of the disease since. This was sixteen vears ago. Jor VAUOBK, Forsyth, Ga., January 38, lHSji, I havr taken Swift's Specitie for second ary blood poison, and derived great benelit. It aels tnuch better than potash. or any other remedy that I have ever used. B. F. WntaniLD, M.D., Richmond, Va. Trkatisr on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Thr Swikt BP1CIK1C Co., Drawer Atlanta, Ga. V tROYALMWfll 2 P0WDER Absolutely Pure. Th'.n imiwO't iifvcr vnrlei. A nmrvfl of purity, rf riiMh htmI wlicilt'!i(iiiieiif. More 'coii'iinlrrtl ; ti h'i thp nrlliiiiry kiinl. tttnl . r h- nnld ln com. in tltlfin wlth xhv iiuiltltiuliMif low tcnt. rtlmrt. wt'iyht Hlnin nr j 1 1 " ! i 1 MWdAfl 4ftM '"' m ennt IUAL ItAKIMl I'IIWIiKK 00.i l'- WNi Ii N. V. TrtIjs. In Moretown, 1 1011 to Mr. and Mth. I.-vi Hoyre. In Middlesex, .hine I, h daunliter to Mr. nnd Mra. Loroy A. 1'Uut. In Tnpshiiin. Mav I". a ilauKhtcr to Mr. and Mr. Ii. D. Kowland. In Moretown, a daiiKlitPr to Mr. and Mr. GhfU tonher BpftUldlllg. glarriagcs. In Knat Elmore. May bv Kev. Mr. Hr.ikTK- Frank Sahin to Bthol Llndsay. In KaM Elmore, May 31. .Hllan Bill. I In t'orintli. June 1, Charien Sumuer, ,'il. In Ludlow, May U, Mrs. Mary K. WinK- In Ludlow, Muy Jrt. Mra. Thomas S. (iordon. Iu East Corinth, May Snllivan TapHn. b. In Montpelier. .lune 3. suddenly. Ellen McMahon. ( alvout 21. In West ('orinth, June I, of Iieart disease, Hurt yuimby, 1H. In Ludlow. May 2i, of cancer, Elias II. I'enney.fift ' years, rao'iths aud ' days Iu Ludlow, May J4. of eancer. Jaioes M. I'reston, ;iH years, 1 nionth and b duye. u-bcttisenunts. Is tlie name of Ladies' Hose that will not crock. and tliey only cost 25c. It seenis needless to call attention to tliese goods, for they have gone so fast already, but that those not knowing that sueh Hose can be found may learn the truth. We warrant them, which means, if they crock return them. The returns so far, have been. ''They don't crock a bit." Children's Hose of the same character in all sies. Let us also remind you that we have a line line of Persian Trimmings. Did you think they were expen sive ? Only Ii7c, or 48c, or 58c, or 67c. as you like. Special bargains in Glassware. To Soldiers and Pensioners. The time has eome when every soldler with any disahility resultiuK from servieeln th army is en- ' tltled to a pension, and every iuvalld pensloner wiio bellevei himself rated too low should apply for an inerease. No matter if the elaiui ha been rejected ! The preent libral I'oustnu'tion the pension laws npens the door fur tlie ailmiSMion of thousandl of r-je, ted cUlmi. Many widows and dependent rela tives of scddiers whose clalins have been rejurted ' ure uow bftni krauted pensiouA. with l.ire siims of arrears. Adv ce and Idanks free. Address T. J. DEAV1TT. Monfpoller, Vt. Good Interest-Bearing INVESTMENTS. C YEARS' H. C. WEBSTER, No. 18 State Street, Montpelier, Vt. EICtHT I'KH CKNT lrst HortgaceSi Senii uliniliil Intereat. imi tlie rleli. Iiiw pn0d fav Rlrer Vullev nml I'riiirie I.uiuln "f Nerth Tezu.angton n' nttUu and deTelopina very npldlr, Bnort paper, amply oured.ten percent net. 0ourthoQie, Brtdgs and Jall H"inl if A. i Texn Gountles one t nrteen, Hve t" twenty uiid oue i" iifty years. ix ier cent Interstt, pajrabie un- liiixll v. J'rliu lpiil unil interest of all neeurltlea iiay able fli New York. No safer tlelil iu tlie Union for tbepra&table me of lurulua eaiiltal. 'I'wenty-two rnn1 reildenee, Best BMtern aml TezM refor eneei. Mapi and elreolan of country, aml ipeei' men bondi itnd morteaaei uiaiit-d free. JOHN Q JAMKS, Wlohlta VM. Uciaa. Third Send-Off! We now invite the farmers' attention to our extensive and complete line of Mowing Machines: First, -Second, Third, - - - - - Walter A. Wood's Enclosed Cear. Bradley & Co.'s Enclosed Cear and Big 6. - - - Buckeye Enclosed Cear, Improved. The above are well known and are otfered at reduced prices. We have just re- ceived .ne hundred of the Celebrated New York Champion Horse Rakes at lower prices than ever before. Call and examine them before purohasing elsewhere. D. L. FULLER 6l SON, Head of 3tate Street, Montpelier, Vermont. NATURAL GAS Land Improvement Co MUNCIE, IND. CAPITAL STOCK, PAR VALUE, ij(i(0. Full Paid and Non-Assessablc. Prt'Hident. LtOH Aid.etr. ex-'iovernor of N, w J r- Vlce-1'rei.idetit and r.euerul Maiiaer. KUiidgi '!. Riiletnit nf Nw York. Treamirer, Mlliam llarrts. I'ninn ( itv, Ind. Serretary, S. ('. ioKliurn. Munelo. Iiid. Lens than fwt.mm if tlie ntoek remA'.ns f..r sale. KubKcrlptioutt wlll be reeeived fur thf balanee until further noilee at 74 Jer nhare. Thll ItOOk i ninpany own about I.s.miO va.uable house aud biilditik' luts in an.l adjoinlnp the eity of Muncie; stze, ItZlzfl ftttj valued at from pMQ to ffSnOeaeh; Hituated in the iun-it demralde renter ol the Natural lia Kield of Indfaua. These land are to be at onee Imprnved b opening aenue and apaclou biulevard aud ere-ttnK detrahle rei deneed and nupplvluK natural ca to connumern. Muneie haft fh.WO people, Vi factortes, t.OM op eratlve and :ih natural xa weHs. 1'r.' huitnens RtoreH.aud soim will ha.e V.tNHt nopulatlon. New tnanufaetories are inovlnK in eaeh inonth, ettltiK free llht. f uel anduiwtive pnwer from the natural Ka. aud thif rlty. which hai three railroadi runnluK thniunh it. and ih the eoantj seat of Uelawan e.ounty. wlth a Jm.(t'i Court-houde aud Klectrie Street Can beinjt put In, Is deitlned to b the Great Manufacturing Center of the Country. That the ntock will In 18 muuthi ko to ?V) pet share, and the buildlnn lots be worth frotn f600 to fl.M'H eaeh. 1r the expert predirtlou. Can anythinK be safer'.' Can one make inoney any faster hon'e-itly ' The lowest estimate of the value of tht prpertv, reatlily saleable, in over ?H.iHHr,tHiW, and constautly advaneiun, InnurinK thereliy the uiost advantak:eou' invest uient p.irisible t i nfTer. Kemit by Kank i'heek. Iraft or Kxpresn to the uudersiifued. A descrlptlve pamphlet, ;w uaxei. tiuely illiis trated. OODtalnlnfi plat of lamfs. - of prices, tnaps. etC., 8eut upon applieation by FRANK H. BASCOM, New Englttnd Aifent, KOMTFEUEBi VKKMONT. Kefers to the following, who are purchasers : Col. Kred K. Smith. prenldeut Vt. Klre Inn. Co II.N.Tsplln, Kim , treasurer Hon, t'hai. Ib-wey, president Nat'l I.ife .1. C. Houjjhton. Kq., treanurer Hir.iin Atkin.H. edltor ArOUi .1 PalHol. J. (1. Kued. wholesale tobaeeouUti Burllnirton. Bon. A. A. Hall. ht. AIIkiuh, Vt., Urand Mater -f Hon. V. I. WiUfm, St. Albann, Vt.. Past (irand Master of ndd Fellows. W. A. Btowell, QeneraJ sup t M. A W, H. R. R. i-. W, Morie.Oen. Pmi, ks't M. d w. R. u. R. Jphn N Woodtln. eapitalist, Kutland. K P. QlUotki president Killinctiiu linuk. (ten. k. nontgomory, CMbfer Kiiiitn:toii it.mk, Rutland. H. C Carpenter, ltardwell House. Rutland. THE UNION Electric Car Company, BOSTON, MASS. Capital, $1,000,000. Par, $25. OFFICBR8 AND i)iia:( TOR; Hon. I.INI S M. cilll.H. i'restdenl. ol Ihw tinti of Child A Powers, No. '.T Tretuont Kuw. Rostou. ANhHKW K(HKS(tN. Seeretary and Treasurer A. L. KICIIARIS. forinerly Qononl Manajrer Oam brUUe Horse Rallroad, Wfttortown, Mass. K. II. HKW1N8, Qononu IbMfWi No. 1h Post-otnce Square. Hostoii. KKANK H HASCoM. Montpelier. Vt. J II. ALLKYi Viee president. No. 18 Post on1' Stuare, Itoston. This Company has Just been iucorporateil. It con trnls the best and most luiproved system of pro polUng ttrOft ears by SToRAtiK HAT I'KRIKS. Our system wlll ruu ears at a savlun of from one third to oue half uf the power over rther systems, and iloes away wltli all overhead wirea or under grouud eoudufts. This synteiu Is beinK used In Newport. H I .aud Newton aml Dauver. Slass ., .ind musf supersede all nthers uow known and pay euoriuous divideuds. if properly tnaiutged. A bloek of only 'f.tK0 sharei in the Culon Kleetric Car Company has been otfered at l.VM) per share, and nouaiseiahle. .lune '1 this stoek advam ed to .'f.oo per share. Make eheeks or drafts payable tu FRANK H. BASCOM, MONirKMKK, VT.. (ieneral Atfent for Maine, New llampshire aud Vermout 4iiMl l.lve Aitents WHiitetl lu every tOWD In tlie IMtoi 4 lOI ItT Ol INSOI.VKNt . 1 Ifi PkOF VERMON c WMnington DUtriot.u. ln tht mutttr vf IIKSHY KKI.Tu.S, ttuohent bebtor. Take notlee that a third meeting or thecredltors of Honri Kellon of Kait Montpelier, In sald IMstrtet, Insulvent debtor, Is apiaunted by the .ludge of sald Court ti be held at a Court of lusolvency at the Prdiate (hVe. tu Montpelier, ln sald Plstrtet. on the 1'Mb day of June, A 1 ln, at ten uVlsek in the foTenoon, at wliieh time aud plftOO the asslnre ef sald debtbl I astetfl wlll suiunlt his aeeoiint and ap ply for a settlement ol the name.aud for a disehartfe from all llubilily as sueh asslKnee to any of sald ereditors, that a dlvtdeud may be ordered aud a eertith ate of dtst'harK Krantvd to sald debtor, atcreeably to the Revised Laws uf Vermont, aml any proiier ohjectlonj to any buslueis at said mee luK wlll be tu order ated ut MoutiH'ller, this Kd daT of .lune, A. 1. m. fc REDKItK K P. CAK1-KTON, Kegtitor.