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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURXAL, WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEB1BER 18, 1889. SiiDiniary of cw-. Vermont- Thk Addison coiinty fair at Middlebury clotfld WiMliicsdiiy. Thk " Crnsoent " won tlin cup in llio stcatn yiu'lit MUM at Rouhb'h Pol&t latt aatnrday. BofTWlCK I'ost's new liall at Underhill wa dedicated WednoHday la.it most anspi-i-iously. Chahi.ks Howkiih, twcnty-two years old, was drowntd in a lakein Hrandon, Snixlay, while ii!.in,r Kkv. M. 0. BtIBBINS. pastor of the Uon greirntlonal ohlltob at Cornwall, died tliero on Thurmlay. Thk Champlain Valloy Horsobrcetler's AsHoeiation ln'nan its exhihitiun at Ver gennes lant Monday. A. E. Touzamn, president of tho linr- linffton, Cedu Raplda St Northern rallroad, died at Bennington, Kriday lant. Thk Bennington iiionnment can not bu dedicated till 1.HH1, as no money has been appropriated by tbe legislaturo yet. IlKi.t.A Walkkr of Bellows Kalls, aged ninetei n years, coininilteil suiride by drown lag at I.aitgdon, N. II., Friday night. Thkkk are over two lmndred sttidents in the Vermont Academy at Saxton'H Kiver the largeit attsndanct in the hlator of the Hi'hool. CHA&LU Jknckh of StralTord, wbo took a done of laiidanum beratise his girl attended an etitertainment with anotber niau, will reeover. Thk forty-second annnal fair of the Cale donia Agrtctiltiiral Soeiety was held at St. Johnslmry on Tnesday, Wednesday atnl Thursilay of last week. Lyndon Institutk opened witli an at tendanee of l'J.1. The unmber will bo in creased to l.M) or more. It is tbe large.st fall terui opening it ever had. Cai'TAIN I.akaykttk Tkimiktts of Man chester, N. II., took, by reiiiiition, froni Burlington, last week, (leorge (iilbert, wbo had been anested for lareeny. Thk bartiH on the Vance plaee at West Glover, owned by E. O. Kandall, were burned reoently, Tnere is no way to account for tbe tire, exeept by inceudiary. Thk lifteenth annnal meeting of the Ver mont Woman'i Ohrlatlan Temperance Un- lOH is to be held at the Kirst Haptist ohurob in Burlington, September 18, 11) and '.'0. DBPABTMBNT COMMANDBB Tkacy of the Grand Anny is quoted as saying tbat " the removal of Corporal Tanner will bo eonsid ered by the veterans as a ilireet slap in the face." The fall termal the Dnlveralty of Ver mont opened Thursday very anspieiously with a large attendanee. Tbe Kreshinan elass is larger tban last year. niitnbering nearly tifty. Dana L, MoBSB, whose parents live in St. Johnsbury, suddenly took his departure from Medford, Mass, last week. It is said that he borrowed some money of his em ployer and that he was about to be married. ,1. T. Cunmnciham's ereditors at Lyndon ville have Mled a petition in insolveney in his ease. The liabilities are upwards of 925,000. Most of his Indebtednesi was In currad as security for his brother Ira W. Cunnlngham. The body of Hred W. Johnson, the eol ored engineer, wbo has been missing for nearly a week, was diseovered Wednesday in tbe woods north of Lake View eeinetery, Burlington, He was stretcbed stark and rigid on hia baok under a male tree and around his neek was a pieoe of rope. Thk annnal rueeting of the Fairbanks Scale Company was held at St. Johns bury Wedneuday last. The following dlrectors were eleoted: Franklin Fair banks and Henry Fairbanks of Si. Johns bury, Samuei s. Brown of Boston, Jonathan Ross of St. Johnsbury, James S. Gardiner and John J. Howles of New Vork and II. N. Turner of St. Johnsbury. Tbe treas urer's report showeil a net protit of twelve per cent on the eajiital stoek during the year. Thk trustees of the Sohliers' Home held their annnal meeting at Bennington last week with fotirteeu of the eighteen present, the largest attendanee since the organlza tion. The (jid board of officers was eleoted as follows: General William Wells, Bur lington, president; Colonel C. C. Kinsmau, Rutland, seoretary: General 1'. 1'. Pitkin, Montpelier, treasurer; Major A. li. Valen tine, resideut trustee. A committee of three Judge Henry, General Pitkin and Major Stearns was appoiuteil to take into consideration the buiidingof a boipital for the Home, The lab-committee on design of the Ver mont Gettysburg monument commiislon met at the Henry Honnard Bronze com pany's works in West 16th street, New Vork, on Saturday, to lnspeot the hronze statue of General .Stannard wbieh is to sur mount the eolumn of the inain Vermont monument, on the Held of Gettysburg. Last week General William Wells and Lleuten ant.s Greeideaf and Stranahan, of the com mittee of the First Vermont eavalry rei ment, visited liarre and inspeeted and ae- cepted the monument whioh is to mark tbe spot where that regiment cbarged the llne of Law's brinade. No doubt now remains that the Vermont monumenta will all he in plaee at Gettysburg, before the day set for their dedieation, on the 9th of Oetoher. Dot&eatiOf The national greenbaok conveution met at Ciueiuuati on Friday. COMOBBUMAM S. S. Cox died at New York Tuesday night of perltonltll. L'hi.man's hop house at Malone, N. V., was burned, Friday, with a lossof three and a balf tons. The United States senate eominittee on relatlons with Canada began a public hear in( in Bolton, Wednesday. Blbvbm mlneri wote drewned last week in the White Ash OOgJ mine near Goldett, Col., by tbe rush of water from a shaft near by. JosKi'H Matz was killed at New Vork, Friday, by cominu incontact with an elao trie wire. He was burned to a horrible mass. In tbe eonstitutional eonvention at Santa Fe, New Mexieo, a luajority refused to per- mit the inoorporatlon of tbe womansuffrags plank, HOH. Nathan II. Wkkks of Plymouth, N. H., aged sixty-four, died Thursday. Ue was prominent in New Hatnpshire busiuess circles. Wii.i.iam D. Tbaill ahot and killed Con- dttOtOI Lemon of the Loulsville . Nashville roail for ejeoting blm from tbe traiu for nou payment of fare. The OOnmlttM on tbe West Virginia elee- tion returni report tbat Judgs Fleming, tbe demooratio eaiulidate, had 9l4 votes more than General Golf. Uodiks I'ontinue to be taken out of the debris and the rivers as tbe waters reeede from .lohnstowu, I'enn. Un an average two bodies are found a day. Uoth the Concord and thu ('oneord it Montri'al ruilroads bave adopted an agree- nient for einsolidat1on under tbe reeent railroad bill of the New llampshire leglslB ure. Koskmani) Cokuikh and his daugbtei Kosalie, aed tlfteen years, bavti bd60 mur dered by regulators at Lafayette, La. Cor mier was wbipiied some weeks ago and or (lered to leave but refused. It is said on hij;h authority in ObloagO that the state has oompleted its oaMagainst the Crouiu suspeets, and is eoutident of eouvietion. This was hroaght about by tbe squealiug of Martin Burke. Foreinn. Tiib attendanee at the I'aris exhibitlon now averages 140,000 daily. No elue has yet been eatif(ht as to eltber the personality or the whereabouts of the Whlteebapel niunlerer. Estimatks of the loss by the reeent rlre at Autwerp range from 2fl,000,(K)0 to 80,000.. UOU franes. No publie buildingwas injured. It is reported the poverniuent will expel Iuls Kossuth from Italy on a demand from Germany, because in an address to Huuga- rians be protested against I'remier TtlM'l tirade agalnst Franeo. At Kektak, ludia, a rlot oeeurred over a rellgious dispute between Mussulinans and Hindoos, and tnany were shot hy the pollee hefore he riot was (pielled. Thk entire beneb of judges in the distriel and Clronll of Kiuahave been arrested for oslng tbe OsBrman langnag aftat they had been ordered to use tbe Kussian. Stani.ky is reported as marching toward Mombassa, after fightlng his way tbrough the hosttle Oountry of the Utnjoraand Ln gandatribea, anil it is said he has estab lished the authority of (he Britlsh East Afriea eompany over the eountry from the Upper Nile to the east eoast. by scores of thonsands endorse it. of persons, wbo all will be eleaned out next Thk dmnkard swills aleobol. Wlse men use Sahakitan Nkkvink, tbe king of all remedles. Driiggists sell it. At the dawn of WOmanhoOd or in the ohangt of life, Samahitan Nkrvink is tbe ladies' frieml At 1 1 1 1 : -: I'rleo $1. .10. Cured my sis- ter. I went to tbe Lord in prayer and through kind provldenee was direc ted to you. BlmOO J. Melntlre, Milllmry Statlon, Mass. From Onr Town CorrcspondentH. Corinth Corner. Smith Norris, aged about sixty years, died September very suddenly. He baI been at work mowing oats for William Bur gin. when, about nine O'olook, he eom nlained of feelinu unwell Mr. Buroin Itarted to earry bim home, a distanee of balf a mile, but he died before reaehlng tbere. B leaves a wife to mourn his loss. Funeral serviees were held on thel4tb,eon ilui'ted by Hev. Mr. Cross of Vershire, and he was burled at West Corinth, Kast BlmON, L. A. Gale is again able to be out. Mr. Ober and wife of Eden are gUeStl of Henry ihmgs. A new bridgS has been built near George A. Morse's dressing mill. C. A. Fisher has bougbt the llurlburt farm and taken possession. Tbe reeovery of Mrs. Theodore Slayton from bet illness is doubtful. A sister of Mrs. I. I. Hragg, residing in Massaehusetts, is visiting her. Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodtst ohurob nextSunday. Mrs. Batchelder of South Framlngham, Mass., returned last Saturday from visiting her sister, the wife of Kev. Mr. Itragg. Kast Orange. George Felcb and B, W. Hutchinson bave returned from Califomia after a few months abseuce. F. F. Hradbury, wbo has been ill at W. C. Nye's in Barre, has returned home look Ing qulte ill. Miss Fannie Ilutehinson of liarre returned home last week after spending a few weeks with (rlends in town. Mrs. Iliram Morrill of Fisherville, N. II., sent last week with Mrs. Anna Davis, her mother, returning on Saturday. H. J. Ordway of Ilaverbill, Mass., ae- oompanled hy a. Merrill, his brother- ln-law, of Corinth, spent Sunday in town with their aunt, Mrs. B, 0. Colby. Dea. !. W. Davis attended tbe Free Bap- tist yearly meeting at Huntington last week, returning on Monday of this week. C. I). Burgin was unable to go beeause of the ill ness of his wife. West liuiKlolph. Guy Wilson of Bethel was in town Mon day. Miss Alice Hobart was in Windsor over Sunday. The reservoir Su nday. Mrs. Brush atnl daughter bave returned to Hardwick. George Cowdry and wife are visiting in Washington, I). 0., and Vineland, N. J. Dr. G. T. I'nwin and wife of Somerville, Mass., are stoppiug in town as guests of J. L. Slaek. Judge Niebols and wife, Fred Beedle and F. K. DuBois have been camping at High gate Bprings, Tbe Methodlst ohuroh held a Bunday sehool picnlo, Saturday, at the Bethel eamp-ground. Muoh to the regret of his parishiouers, Kev. w. w. Love has clostnl his labors here and at the Center, Hale Flint has ereoted the tirst granlte monument in this cemetery. Montpelier lirms diil the work. Perley Bargent of Boston, Milo Wilson of Fort Payne and John Skinner of Clevidand, O., bave been in town. Andrew 0, Hibbard, a former residenl (jf tliis town, but now of FitohviUe, O., has been visiting friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. (!. B. Chandler elosed their summer residence this week and will re turu to their home in Brooklyn. Cbarles Briggs and wife and his sister Carrie Briggs, Mrs. Will Snow, Miss Bue Priesl and George are visiting in Ware, Mass. Sharon. A boy bahy has been horn to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mauley. Kev. E. K. Dexter will preach at the Baptist ehureh next Sunday. Stowe, Mrs. Mary E. Purplegave a reading last week, wbieh was more tban pleasing to tbose that listened to her. Two tires are reported for this week oue, a barn belonging t Heman story, whicb was sa'ed only hy prompt and haril work of those present; the other, a barn belong ing to Mr. Ambler, whicb was burned with one horse, a new mowing maihine and other tools tbe property of Will Godfrey. The teaehers' meeting last Saturday was a suooess, nearly all the teaehers of the town betng present. It was in eharge of Bupervlsor rtedmond, who appears to be the right tuan in the rlght plaee. At the olose, a teaehers' elub was formed, whlob will, uniloubtedly, be a great benelit to the teaehers and community at large. West Topsham, Amos Jewett is erecting a hennery and tencingofl groundfin view ofkeeping some tive liuudreit netw, Ur. Watsou and wife went to St. Johns bury last Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. A. Hadley, she being the dootor's sister. W. B. Carpeuter was in Waterbury at tendiug tbe fair last week, exhibitiug his wagon-jaek for whicb he has obtaiueil a patent. Denisou Densmore, wife and daughter, from Barre are boanliug at the botel. As thore are so mauy eases of typhold fever in Barre, they ehose a healthier atiuosphere than Barre village atTonls. Walt's Hlver. Mrs. John Magoon is siek with tbe measles. Mrs. David Folsom is in poor bealth, but is Improving, Mr. Welton of Lynn, Mass., was the guest of his son last week. An enjoyable husking party was held at Henry (J, ttlohards1 last uonday, Mrs. Jane Morgan has been in town vis iting her former friends and ueigbbors here. Looke sV Standisb last week huskedlll bushell ofeorn grown on au aere and a quar ter of laud. gusiness lottas. Thk use of ealomel for derangements of tho liver has ruined many atlne OOUStltU tion. Those wbo. for similar troubles, have tried Ayer's Pllli testify to their efflodoy in thoroughly remedylng themalady wlthout injury to tbe system. Facts WoBTH Knowi.no. In all diseases of the nasal mueous membrane the remedy ised mUSt he uon-irritating. The inedieal profession has been slow to learn this. Nothing satisfai tory ean be acconiplished with douehes, snutTs, powders or syringes, bei ause they are all irritating, do ii"t tfiot OUShly reaeh the alTeeted surfaees, and shollld be abandoned as worse than failures. Amnltitudeof persons wbo bail for years borne all the worry and paiu tbat eatarrb ean intliet testify to radieal cures wrougbt by Bly'i Creant Balm. It is astonisbing how rapidly tbe feeble and clebi'.itated gain strength and vigor when takiug Ayer's Sarsaparilla. For what are oafled " broken down eonstitu tions," notbing else has proved so elfeetive as this puwerful but perfeetly safe medicine. Auti Shoekine Plils Ctire eonstipntion, blliousness and siek beadache. VegetBDle in eomposition, harm less in their aetion, eanse no pain. Miss Sanford, Manchester, Me , says: "They have done me mucfa good and are Invaluable for siek headaehe." 1'riee l.ri eents. l)r. F. S. Ilutehinson & Co., m'f'g, Enosburg Falls, Vt. Whsn ths H.0y wits iick wn nvt' her Cxtori, Wtion ibl was it Chlhl IhS erli'il fur OaSteTlB, Whpu he ItecHino Mi nile ehuiK to Oastoria, Whsn he tiini Ohlldrsn ihs tinvu thetn Ossterla, gitrbcrtisemmts. Adrice to Mntliers. Mrs. Winslow's Sootbing Byrup, for ohil Iren teethlng, Is the presoriptlon "f one of the best feiuale nuises and phvsieians in the United States, and has been USed for forty years with never-failing suecess by miliious of mothers for their eldldren. During the proeess of teethlng its value is Inoaloulable. it relleves tbe oblld from pain, enres dysentery and diarrho'a, griping in the howels aud wind-eolie. By giving health to the ebild it rests the mother. Priee twenty-live eents a bottle. His naine is I!. J. MeKinney; his resi dence is Woodbury, Hill eounty, Texas; his statement May, 1hm;; " My little son was OUred by S. S. S. of had sores and ulc-rs. tbe result of a general breaking down (tf his bealth from fever. He was eotisidered In eurable. but two bottles of Swift's Specitic brought hitn out all right." Mu. John Kma of Jackson, Misslssippl, sa.vs that be was cured of rheumatism in his feet and legs hy taking Swift's Speclflo, This was after he had tried many other remedles, both Internal and external, and paid many doctors' bills. " Swift's BPBCTFIC has saved me years of Untold misery by relieviug a partial pa ralysis in my left side. This was after I had been treated by the best physiclans in St. I.ouis and ChicagO, The trOUDle was caused by some derangement of my blood, wbieh has been eorreeteil by S. S. S." T. A. dhep- part, Shermani Ttxas. B. O. GlLLBTT of Purdy, Mo,, says Swift's Specitic cured hiiu of ec.ema on 1ms li.nhs and ho.lv. Ile took only two small bottles. arnages. In CheltM. St'pt. it;, by liw. H, Reynolda, Adl bjMrl i. Bktnner if Barte tud tora a. Iledotuf f Chelsea! in sinr( RUU, n. .i.. Bept I. at the Oboreli of Kiiint Roie.bj Rev. Kather McCarty. Joiepta .loues tf Orange, N. to Katle Blattery ol Bboii 1 liiia. In i irniiKt. Si-pt. 15, t the panonaM, by l-v. Q. n. Cooledgtei assletd by Rey, i. P. PaTmeri Rotwell C. Qeorge to Oarrie K. BHtnhami alao Krunk Bartlett to Carrie a. George ( 1 1 ol WaahinKton in Ludlow, Si-pt. :, WtUlatn Bar), 71. In Ludlow, Bept 61 ArtfiiiHB Bpaldtng, B8 in Corinth i s'pt. 12, smith Norrte. aboot (W. in st. silbam, slog. Wi Mrt. Cella M. Marthi 71, in Hydo Park, 8ept. 19,Kra. Harlow BUaisftboutTS. In (iniiiKt, St-pt. IS, Mrs. .Iniiftt 1 Hohonon) Sinttli, tiltout 7'). in Ludlow, s'pt, 9, Mr. Criita Rowardi fortnorly of Andover, In PlalnAeld, N u., Rpt. 10, of paralyaU, Un. Ly4ta BemUlct, foriin-rly of lirooktifld, Vt. in Cheltea, Bept II, Luor D, 1 atolutlre), wife of L. Harrey Sanliorn, ycarR, - moiilhs mul J ditys. in Brookfield, Scpt. it, iin O, (Mudgett) Pride, wife of Will O. I'rhlr. :il yt'iirn. monthl and J ilnys. Du you notloe tbat Bna head of hair at ohuroh last Sunday'.' Tbat was Mrs. II . She necr pcrmils berself to be out of Hall's Hair Uenewer. Kkason on This. You would call a man a fool lo try to run an engine with a 'rooke.il plfton-rod, Vet that Th what you are at tempting when you live with your system in a disordered condition. Whatever you may be meutally, you are physieally a ma cblne. Notbing interests you more tban thu kceping of that mai lilne in order. If yourdigestive apparatus Is out of eonditlon, or your Kidnsyl are disordered, use Dr. David Kenuedy's Favorite Heineily, a med ielue prepared by a famous aud thoroughly coinpeteut physk'ian, aud teHted for years STARTLING EVIDENCE Of tlio Cnrp of Skln Dlseasos when all other MetlHHtN Kall. r-01 in-i- livf yMkm, rovrrlns; fitrr, Im'iiiI nm! Bl ir lnnly wltli white BrlM. Skln r"l, Itrhy unrt iii-i - 1 1 iu; llalr nll koiic. Kit'iit htllldrodl tf (lollurH. I'roiuMinci'il lnrnrnlil(. i'urcd by ( titlciirn KfMiicillfM. My dlaaaaa (aaof&aatt) flnl brokf out OB my left rhook, 'i v 1 1 1 hitobs my BOta , hikI Hlmont rvor intr tny hUM, It ruu Into tny cycn, hih) IhS phyniclAii whk rtfraltl I Wfull lomi my t-yt'Klnlit altowi'tlior. It ipraad all ayet my bMdi and my half niifeiiout, untii 1 whr anttrely baldhaadad 1 it than bfoke out 011 my rtrmn nnl HhnuldfrH, utitll my iirtriw wcro Just DJM doru. It covuhm! my entire hody, my face, hrm nntl BhiiultlerA lii'luK tlie wrt. The whlto ncatis fall oonttantly hmn my band, ihonldari -. 1 anui the ftkfn wtull thlckt-it him ht rel hikI viry Itcliy, nml wouM cr.ick aml btct-il if nrrtitrheii Aftr 1 1 -1 1 rnany limulreclH f lcl l . I hh pn nonnced Inoufabla, 1 ntard r Ine CittiouRA 1EKMKIMK8, ailfl itftfT UHtllX tWt bttttlcfi of Ct'TI ( ntA Hkhoi.v KNT. I coiild him- h rliatiKe ; aiot after I lia'l taken ftiur onttleK, I wjih almoet CUredj aiid ulienlhad 1 1 slx ttottlc f OtJTIOVRA RfSOL- vkn t and one boi of COTtODAA, and pnaeakeof i t'i'it'i'HA BoApil wae t-urtii pf the dreadf ul dla. rte from wlili-h I liad snlfercd for tlve yar- I tnottght the dlieaie nuii leaveavery deep eear, I'tit tne Cutiovra Kkmkihkb cured tt wtthoul anv Hcari. I f-aiinot expreHi with a pcn what I KUlTcred before aelnig the CVTiptfRa RSMXDIM. They aavN my ilra, and t feol tt my duty to reoonaniena them. !y Imir In reptred un K"d as ever. and no In my ayaelstiti I kimw of a nutnber of different per toni who hare uaad the CUTtoVna H km kii ks, and all have reoeWed Rreat henetU fmm their ue. Mlts. KOSA KELLY, Itnckwell Clty, Callioun CO,, towa, CUTICUBA REMBDIEfl Clire overv Rpeeled of aKtUlizlti. humllliltllin, ltell- :t bleeaingi hurnlnK- valy, biotohy, and pimplf dl-eate of the nklil, fK'alp atnl htood. with loss f hair, from plmplen tt aerofula, exeept poeilbly l'h- thyoeiei Stdd evervwhere. I'rlce, CtTI(r K , tHtv ceiit: BOAP, twenty-Hve. eiit- ; ItKSiH.VKKT, 01, l'rep;ired by the PoTTnn Dnua anh Chbmioal Cobpora- tion. Bolton. Ber6fQd for "HOW tf t'ure Skln li-eanen," M paneH, W iUuxtsTatioliH aud H0 tetlmoulalf. I ) I'l.KS. hlaek-iieads, rtd, routcK. ehapped and olly kin preyented hy Co rictTBA su.i'. IT STOPS THE PAIN. It:ifk aehe. kldney n;tiii, weakiieHx, rheiim.itisin aml unihi'iilar painn kk- I.IKVKtt IN I'NK M IMTK tiy the (.f II- URA ANl l I'AIN fl.ASTKit. the tir-t and only tnetantaneoai paiu-kiiuuK piaHter. BLANCHARD OPERA-HDUSE Onder nanagement of J, J, Pratt, Friday, September 20. THE Lyceum Theater Suecess. I'nder dtreetton of Mit. AfV Lyceum Theater, four-ait ojiainaJ o eiety eotnedf by David I'.. , aml llenry Demllle, authort of ' I.ord t'huinlev," etc, atOsj with Mr. Barton Qlbbe aud a oaal f un usual exoellence, aii the iM:nery aud aeeen- lorlei from the oriKiuai modeli aml perfectlou of detail nt'ldoiu Bueii DaHIBL Fi;ohman. inan New Vork, tho faiHous THE WIFE A CHOICE llne of Ruching, Directoire and other styles, and those pretty Collar and Cnff Sets are waiting to gratify your inKpection at WEBSTER'S. Also Lamps, both for stand and to hang. Croekery, plain and dceorated, and large line of Faney Artieles and Toys. "A penny saved is worth a penny earned," therefore call on H. C. WEBSTER, No. 18 State Street, - - - Montpelier. Vt. The Farmers' Trust Company INCORPORATED 1885. Office in Union Block, Montpelier, Vermont. DinECTORS : LEAVENING POWER Of the various Baking Powders illus trated from actual tests. ROYAL - ii GRANT'S (Alum) . . SSHSSSSSSSSBSMSSSSSSBBBBB RUMFORD'S llr. h. SSSSSSSfJSSHBHSSSSSSSSSBBS HANFORD'S (hcn frtth) SBSBSSSSBSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSS, CHARM Alum ; mhwmiis m DAVIS' and 0. K. mmmmmmMmumn CLEVELAND'S iisi inni P10NEER (8sa Francisco) iniiiniiiwiniiw CZAR sssjjbmsskb DR. PRICE'S ! SNOW FLAKE (GrofTs) ssssssssssMBBsa CONGRESS in HECKER'S GILLET'S HANFORD'S (Nonc Such), when not frtsh PEARL (Andrews & Co.) RUMFORD'S " (I'hjsphate), when nut frcsh. . .iBBBSSB Beports of Oovernment Chemists. " The Royai liaking I'owder is composed of pure aml wholesomc ingredients. It does not contain Bltbtf alum or phosphates, or other in jurioussubstances -KuwaruCJ. Love, l'h.D." " The Royal liaking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder oflvred to the public. " Henky A. Mott, M. D., I'h. D." "The Royal Uaking Powder is purest in qual ity and highest in strength of any baking pow der of which I have knowledge. " Wm. McMurtrie, I'h. D." All Alum baking powders, no matter how high their strength, are to be avoided as dan gerous. I'hosphate powders liberate their gas too freely, or under climatic changes suffer de-terioration. Prices $1.00, 75, 50 and 35 Cents. Sute open. u l.nii'.. bunk.tort', Wt'iluesitiiy innru- Inf, BspMinbsr Is, vxxcl Winter I889--I890 ANNOUNCEMENT OF Adams, the Clothier We take it for granted tliat you an: tliinkiiiL,r of heavier Clothing and thicker Undcr wcar that you have a number of times lookixl at your sum mer Hat of late and thought it high time to get a new one. All right. We now have all the new shapes in I lats. The Dunlaps, Guyer and Voumans styles just received. Special attention has been given to selections in Men's and Hoys' Clothing. We can show the best stock of reliable tailor-made Garments in Wash ington eounty, made ii) in every respect equal to the best custom-made, at nearly one half the rice, at our store, Opposite Court-House, State Street, - - Montpelier, Vt. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. toelier I.Ot ATKI) Opposite Central Vermont Depot, MOMI KI IKK, - - - VKBMONT, WSOUWALl I'KAi.Kits in Swift's Chicago Dressed Beet, Muttoh. I'" SrtUsaL;'. Salt I'ork, Sinokt'il Muins, lttineleMH Ham. Hvi-t HulU, I'l.-klni hM-f, ILuim. Trlpe. I'Im;' Keet, Lainb Thhhim's, Wvvt Tiniut), I'ure l.eni Ki-ttlu-reinUTt'd l.itrtt iii ttervH, bnrri'U, itud pulln of ull nlzuti ; itknu all Othtf fTM0IOf l urd. Our roooi hii eomfl oItmI from Cbloago in refrigr ittor t'arn unrt re aturtul lu uur ri'frlKcrutor; theri' fort hLI art In Bnt 0OM1UOD, anrt V6 ftlt I'wnfldt-nt we can mhII imkIh ait low anrt tiT than tht'y cmu he procurod fpr ?imwin'rf. ai Koodi irarrMitM n Fflpreieotod- J, M HKAvKR, .'Vltinauur. IMPORTAM. All cut-of-town students of the AND SCHOOL OF SHORT HANO and TYPE-WRITIN6 have the benefit of I Alba D y Y 0 HB1 M n i ( hrlHlian Ahu e 1 a t 1 n n frue uf .-. i unrt MU ratliinat art vantat'n of llie lit'Hi rliarat-ter at 1iaHt outlay In nn .- anrt inoiiey. MuhIiu'h houit'M HUplllH-il Hllll tOIIl(M'Uni K KeeiMTn aiiM 'i" I raplit'rn. artrtrtms FOI t'utaliK" GVMNASIUM, BATH 1'AHNKi.i. BVTONHi i ..ii.-,'. I'laeo, and other ptitileges o( the i sat, nw yquk. Vermont Autual Tbsjuuiasj gisstlni of the uMBbsrsoi t' yr- moQt Mutul Kire Iuuruii. t'oiuiJiiy will b hflil at tlit.tr i.nire n the lHtli ily of lli t. il.fr. A. I. i,l kwoo'eloek l". M., tur tlie eliulcs "( ltreet.ir iiml Ihc Iraii.iu ll.Mi t any other blne" thoanht proiier w ben met. Ily ordur of the IMreetori. .IAMKS T. HAHIN, Sierttary. Muutivller. Keptember , lttn. GEORGE W. WING, CLARK KING, F. A. DWINELL, H. M. McFARLAND, W. T. IIONSINGER, A. H. HAZEN. Dealers in Bonds and Mortgages Carefully selected securities constantly on hand in sixes to Sllit the wants of investors, and which afford a safe and profitable investment for a term of years. Also strictly first class short-time paper, running from six to twelve months. Prompt )ayment guaranteetl in every case. Dcposits in the amouni of Jifty rfollars and upwards received, for wJiich cer tijicates will be issued bcaring intcrest at tie rale of six per cent per annum. F. A. DWINELL, PRESIDENT. GEORGE W. WING, Treasiker. FURNITURE! FUMITURE! GLEASON & CO. Finest Assortment We Ui Ever Shown for i Fall Trade ! ELEGANT PARLOR SUITES. Beautiful NewChairsand Rockers A GREAT VARIETY OF CHAMBER SUITES, Decorated, Ash. Antiipie. Oak, Walnut, Cherry, etc, etc. ODD PIECES OF ANY KIND. Spiiii"' 15eK Mattresses, Live Geese Feiithers. Dining ;iril Parlor Tables, Lounges. Repairii Furniture aflfl UpiiolsteriDij Fromptly Done at Low Prices. WE MAKE- Undertaking Goods a Specialty! Remeniber tlie X'ltice, Corner Main and East State Streets, - - Montpelier, Vt. HOW TO CET RICH Buv building lots in Muncie, Indiana, a city of 16,000 people, which has gained 9,000 in flfteen months and is the leading NATURAL GAS CITY Of tlie world. Sixty faetories are now there and more coming, getting free fuel and free lights. Prices of Lots Run from $300 to $500 Each! One-thild down, balance in one and two years. A deseriptive painplilot of thirty pages, flnely illustrated, containing plat of lands, scale of prices, maps, etc, sent upon application by FRA1NK II. RASCOM, New England Agent, MONTPELIER, VERMONT. 1AKOI.INK P. SIMONKS' KSTATK. Vj S T I 1 iu l-.liMiNT. WaliliiKton IHlrlvf. . lu ProMts Court, bsld M stontiifUsr, In snd f"r .rti.l IMnttii'l. n Ihf I4lli Uy "f Se,t,'inl,ev. A. II. QEi An iii.triiini iii Kii.t r..licll Ibsnto Durportlns to l.. thu lHt Ulll ihmI T.'.tnim-lit if ( KMllus I'. M- . ol Northllslo, In ssld Punrlat, asosssMi hobui DrstsntM to tos Oouit fr rrobsto ! ttitor IwSa di isM Coart, thst uii pirmn ooneornod tbaroln bo potlOoa " ii"'ur nt tsssloti ol ttl Culirt to l Iiehl iit tlie rn.tmte titllot.. In .aid Uont nsUor.ou llie lltli ilay "f October. A. 1 . a'l Iii.m c-iiiim'. If any tht'y 'ay haf. aatnt thf ro hatf of .ahl tnMtriinii'iit BJM OOdlOll, for which jmr irf It furthcr OroS rcl, that notlos oltAlsoiaoi 1. i.ulill.ht'il thrtjf wet-kn IIIOOSSSlTSlf In thtt ! ,,,0,i Walehman .1 .Vdilf yurtil.ailt'Wpa,eriirllitetl ... M....,,..il..r In tliU Statt. t.r,.ft,,iiH t, .aid t miu I llv I I . . II AttMHt. 7J.H KUKI'KHK K 1'. OABLBT tTOM, Rogutor. Ll'CV TVl.i:it s KSTATK. The unSf r.intMl. bstrlng boon sppolntod bl tlie Hunuralih. I'ri.l'atr I'ciirt f.ir the Ilf.lru t ol WSSB- Inston Oomtntulonort, to rsoolTf, t'xamtne and ucfiu.l all flaliiin aml ileiiiainls .if all prramil aitaluM thaattsUol Lucy Q. Tylvr. lote "f Montni'iif i. tn altl lH.trh t. tlt.i t'a.ea, aiul all I'lnlma eihlhtted In uff.et IherOtO, hcrohT n've notlt'e Ihat we will lut't't fur the iurii...f. af.iri'.altl at tho oflos ol Itr . A It . Hi.ti,',' In .ahl Montpelier, on tho l,th,lay of November .inJ tho tit Ii ilay of Maroh, noxt. froln , o'oloi k l' m , nnlil ftitir n't'loi'k r w SSSll of .ahl ilay., au.l that ttx uionth. from tho bth tlay of .Seuli'liiber. A. I Kf', l tho tliaS liinltt'il by a.ltl Court for .ahl ortalton to nre.eiit thetr olalln. to u. for oxainliiatton and allowant'e. Ilatod at Montpelier, thll llth tlay of Kopteui ber, A D. Itwv. J7. J. A. uTkuS.! OOWBlMtaMWs ISAA( K. MOl I TON S KSTATF. I ITZtbOF VKRMDNT. WMnliurtou DUtrlot, u. Iu Probate Court. Iivtd nt Montpelier, iu and for Krtld Dltitrlet.on the Ittta dT of Si'ptfinber. A D. An liMtrtuneut ) urportit.it to tte the u Will aiol Tralnineiit "f Utiiie K. Moulton, Ute uf Moiit rifliiT. tn Miitd IMntrii't, tlreen.ted, Immmk iirt-iitfd to the Court for rrobtt':lt ii ordered by Mld Court tliat hII pemous roucerned therein he notitlrd to iUipehvr Ht t oeHiloii of nuhl Court. to he held nt thf ProDAtt Ofle. tn IMd Montpelier on the llth dny of Oetober, A. I). Ihhh, tmd now cnue, if nuv they BUM tiHve. UpUnaf the Trohute of ia inHtniinent ; for whleh iiurpose it U f urtlier ordered that imth e of thll order ne iiuhilnhed three weok Biieeeiidvely in tho Vermont Wqtekma. S -State Journal, ii newnpuper prluted ttt Montjieller. In Ukll ntnte, previoun to nald tlme ..i.pnluted ftir hiartuif Hy the Court -Attest, ;! FKKHKKICK 1. CAHUCTON. Ketiter. Ai i ii.iN-o AliltOTT'S E STATE. BTATK Oi VKKMoNT. WnihitiKton UUtrlct, n. In ProteM Court. held t Moutpelier, lu totld DlV trtet. on the 1.1th day of Septetnher. A U Ikh;i Alhourn K .bbott, Adiulniitrator of the entato of Alphonmt Aldiott. tate of CtvUU, 111 lald lMsUiet, iteeeaaed, preienti hld adiiiluUt ratton aecotint for exMtnluutloit and allowaiiee, aud inakcn applh'atton for a dm-ree of dmt rihutlon and partttion of thees tate of lald deeeaied. Whereupon. It ii ordered hy lald Court that lald aeeount atnl latd apnli eatlou he referred to a leiitou thereof . tu he hM at the l'rohute OfhYe. tn lald Montpelier, on the llth day of october, A. I. Ikhh, for hearliitf and deoUton thoreon. And, tt li furtner ordered. that nottee liereof be tven toall prioni luteroated hy puhltea ttOD of the latne tliree weeki lueceailvely tu the Vermont Watehman Sr Stmte Journal, a newipaper publlihed at Montpelier, prevloiu to Halil tlme an- fiidnted for hearlint. that they may appear at lald liuu and plaee, aud ihow eauie, tf any they may have, why said aeeount ihould not be allowed anu aueh deeree made. Hy tlie CiUtrt.- Atteit, VT-W FHtHEHIlTi. 1. CAKLETON. Regtiter.