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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAL,i!WEi)NESDAY, AtJGUST 31, 1892.3
tCONTlNl'Kn PHI'M HIPT11 rAOB.J Vlsttltiu Ht Hnrry Hulklpy's tlm past week. Cbarlos Fnrrls of Brockton, Man., was ln town tlie ptlt week. visltliiK liis brother Jatnea, 1 fna Towii of st. Allians WM ln tOWO tht) PMl week, visiting liis p,rcntH. - A. K. LovyJo.T atnl wife were ealleil to NortlitleM, Kriilay last, to Rttoml tlie funeral of a relatlve. Northfield. The Oood Tamplara1 monthls Bnndaj pvcniiiK tetnperatioa nieatiiig will i) beld at tbe I'oiiifreuatloiiRl OhMfODi next Nuiiilay eveiiing, and tlie mlilress WllJ bfl bv l'ro f essor 0, W. Kmerson on 11 Tlm Ilntniui llrain its Friends nnil Foes." Lorao 'Friemi, oommotily known as " Sain," WM arresteil at r inipineotiiii Snn ilay afternoon of last week for intoxieatlon, aml brOUffbt liefore .Tusilre Davis Monilay. He pleaileil uuilty, was llneil Jll.HS, Rinl iliseloseil on liquof from Hoston. Tlie lioaril of civil Riitliorlty meets tliis (WedneHilav) afternoon ID Vlllage ball tOT tlie oorroe.tion of tlio oliee.k-Hst, and Will ftlso ho in sesslon Halnrilay afternoon aml Venlng. Slxtv-two namm liave lieen tdded to tlie list ho far, whlofa tnakeH TtO now on tbe list. Tlio repnlilicati OttlClll WM bld In VII. Ilgfl linll, Frlilay evenin, and tht folloW. Ipg lioiiiiiintions ma'le: For representative, K6V I. T. Boofli: for -jnst iees, ('. H. Ont tpn, C. A, TrMT, V. j. PlMtrldm, B. H. Tliaver, .latnes Mowo, K. A Loomll, W, M. Pavis, Mnrtin Coblelgb, I. A. Ilolton, liauiK'ov I )'n n y The damoorate beld their oaucua in Con- eert hall Saturday SVentng and noniinated tlie followlni: I'amllilates; For representa ttvp, I). H. Woostpr; for jnsMrfls. Fred Parker, R F. Jndd, Lnther Rlch, Q, B. An drews, O. O. Miller, ('. M. Davis, R. W. Clark, 3. B, Johnson, Henry Averill, 0, B. Tildpn. AftPr tlie CAQOnn a UIMtlng was bsld Whlob was addrpssed by J. ('. Mon flirhan of Bboda Islaml Tlie raptlbllOMI hflld a rallv, Tlmrsdav eventng, whlch was addrMHwd oy Hon. ,t. L, firiftltli of Indiana, and Profi llgor Max liam, wbo Rrrivpd npar tlio clonn of tlio nipptlni:. l'hvp tlirpp canipaisn hoiibs. On Monday pvpnintr tbr waa anotlipr mMting at whton Hon, W, P. Dllllngbam of Watpr- lmrv ipoke, N'pxt Mondav DTenlng tlwrp will be a linal erand rally at Wblob Snnator Bedflald Proctor and Frank Plnnley, Baq., wilt apeak, Overflfty Harrtaon hatahava iippn pnrohaied by manbari of our lpaun elnb, Miss Llbblfl Whltmarsli retnrnpd frnni Burlington last Wpdnpsdar. Mins Hlllla Pottar In vlsltin in Mlddlnbtiry and Miss Polly Rttmall in WoonsockPt, K. I. Miss Llzzle Knatni vi.sitpd in Bor llngton last Week, and Miss Marv Orcntt in Waitsflidd. ('. A. EdffMtOD, .Tr.. and wifc Btarted Frlday for tiin West, to be (zoik somp six wppUs. Mr. 1vlur'rton coph on a bnalneafl trip to Kansasand liis Wua will re main witli taar Bifltdr in MicldEran. Miss Eilip Tarlipll retnroed Friday to Bol ton . Rpv. G. W. Hpndprson from Straiclit I'nivprsity. Nftw Orleans, preached at tlip ConctresAtlonal ohnrcb, Bunday. Mrs. W. J. Walker and twn oblldren aml Wendall Blayton starfpd for Cliirairo on Monday afternoon. Miss Amplia May nard is rlsltingher motbet iti Burlington. Plainfield. ReT. A. A. Tloyt of Soniprvillp. Mass., niadp his brotber, o. Hoyt, a vtslt laat wppk. Botli pollttoal partips of tliis town held tinMr MnonaM last Thnrsday evenlng. Dan I Pac was nominatpd for rpprps'ntativo liv tliw demoorata, and Walter B. I'ape by tiip repttouoans, Dpb.S. B. Galp lias a ROlltary stalk of npas in liis garden liparinar sixty-onp wellfi11ed podsj and il inisilif Iip widl to add tliat our vpiiprablo townstnan IipHpvps in protPi'tin tlip prodnots of our own soil at;ainst Cina dian rompptition. Miss Abbtn Clark and ber unole, Charles Cushraan of Canton. Mass., reoent guesta o' Janp and Kdna Clark. liave rnturned to fieir home. Mrs. J. ('. Avpry of Chl- oi?o is visitinf; ber aister, Mrs. J. M. Batohelder. Kast Roxbury, Six inclies of rain fpll last weeek. Bobool liRan Monday. Miss Grace Mpail is tlie teadier. A daugbter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frpil Pope, Aufrust 20. Rd. Fipld, wlio lias hppn visitine at Z N. Page'a the past. wek, lias rpturned to Massarlmsptts. Owinn to poor bealtb, Mrs. Field was unable to aooompany hiru. Stowe. TIip ramlidates for representative are: Repnbliean, A. 1T. Clienev: demoorat, W. H. IT. Bingliam; ppopln's party, J. E. Houston. I)panp Warrpn will entpr tlio militarv sidiool at Northfield, tliis fall. W. J. Bigelow is laiil up witli a sprained knp. z Rpv. Mr. EniPry stirainpd liis anklp whlle Rt cainpnipptinir. 1 Herbert Drew will attend aobool Rt St. Jolinsbury. North Thetford. ( 'hRrles Porter and family of Fall River. Mass.. an visiting . Rt tlio old bome. f'liarles Haxtpr and wife are at Mr. Ja qnltb's for a few davs. Ijater they B0 to tlipir bome in Pasadena, Cal. Town pollttoa sppiin vprv qialet, batdoubtleas tlipro is a yood deal of tlie still-lmnt liusiness go injr on. Miss Gertrude Dimock is at .7. T. ITosford's for a few wppks. Tlie f'lirlstian Endnavor ponvention held in tlie Congregational Ohnroh hpre, last Wednes day. was largply attpnded by tlip sooietlei in Grafton and Orange pounties. Mrs. Nellip Clay and daugbter are at Bradley Heatb's. Topsham. Rev. Mr. Ifatcli of East Corinth flllpd the Metbodist pnlnlt a' tbls plane, last Sabbatb, ln exchange witli Rev. N. M. Shaw. The town panouses have all been held, and our town has thrpe randidatps for rpp rpspntative: Proliibition, Rev. X. M. Shaw; republiran, G. A. Curritir; deinocrat, G. E. Npwton. Miss Mattie Dlokev retnrned last week from Manoheater, N II. John Frost of Lytne, X. TT.. is vlsltlng at the residenee of liis grandmotlipr. Mrs. Finette Frost. : Flossie. tlie little dRiighter of Wil liam Pape, ilied qulte suddpnly of some beart dlffloulty, last Thursdav. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Frost retnrnpd last Friday from a wpnk's vlsit among relativps at Ifan- ovpr, x. H. Congratalatloni to rv. and Mrs. T. II. Walker are now In order. A daugbter w'as born to them on Thnrsday last. Mr. and Mrs. John Pago are jabllant over tlm btrtb of a danvbter. Scbool on G ilnsha bill began Mondav. and is tauahf bv Nina Frost. Cvrus Dii key of Hlgb Forest. Mlon., lately spent a few davs at T. W. Dlokey'l, BSBBsaB Ieonard Ilood sppiit las Sundav in town with his ntrents, Mr, and Mrs. 0, s. Wells of M "'pbnstpr. K, H., are stopplng for a ttnie nt T, W. Olc.key's. Rpv. T. II Walki-r of Xw V '( elty arrived lmrp Saturday ev'titp'.. and b,d.l sprvipps at tlip Prpsby- teri in bouie f worablp Sunday evenlng. Veralilre, A repuMipan pluh hns UMD formeil here. Meettng I at the vi!l ig have becu diseon- llnnad, The hvr eron I, not oontldered qnite an Hvarage ewe, O ber ivop are looklng well Ft.hr nHrAT was airay last Sunday, and Blder Deokwltb prsaobed at tbe Advent obnrol', TIo". c. B. T) uli' r; U t'ie rpqbltMD ean rtld i'" for towi ft p pntativp, and F. W. Kicnhnm Ihp dnmnaratlp, Mrs. g sn"re G'lHreh dled Anvusl ln. pt lav s i ii'is'ii-i i Tid H"e nblldren and a larg i otrole of r i inds tn mourn bar death. Warren. Wdl M'-ipr hi- "old his furm to parties in Fayston for $(1(10. The repnblloani have nominated N. N. Robtnson for representative, and the demo orattc nonsluM is O. M. .Tones. Ronin demoprats In tliis plaee say that Mr. Plumley ln bls speecb sent them to bell true. Mr. Plamley Nick " so niucdi ili- tWlM, That Is not owes not even " Old will. Hervestlng is ptogmalng fairiy wall The rlver larmcrs havo harvpstpd all their grain and sonie have threshed. A good yleld is reported. Potatoes are nearly all ilead witli bllgbt. Corn looks tlne. Tlie rlver corn is past roasting, Whltt that on the hills Is jnst right for it. The frnit i-rop is looking well and there will probahly be an abundaiit supply. Stephen Ooodspeed, wbo had a e vpre shoek of parulysis the -'1st, reinalns ftbout the aaiiie. . A danghter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Pliny Parker, the ist.h. Miss OenleDlokey went to Roy alton, Tuesday. Mrs. RusspII Sha'l tnok, who has IDffered SO long from a ean i cr, dled lasl Thnrsday. The funeral was on Sunday, Rpv. John BttlMll Oflroiatlng, Mrs. Jprusha Rif ird has retnrnpd to MasMohntetta, x. s. Dlokeojoii went to BnrlingtOB, Saturday, to renialn a few davs. uenry Vandensen and wife and Roberl DlckenSOO and wife of Roxbury spent Sunday at J. H. Drcw's. Tlipr'n is to be a basket pienle in Ed. Heatb's grove, Spptpiuher 10. A eordial lnvltatlon is extended to all. old aml yonng, w. H, Moore with his family nioved on to his farm Iat week. ' At home after Anguai 38, Mr. and Mrs. Rlohard Baicell, F. A. Allen Is on theslek list. Miss iiipz Whltoombls Improvlng rapldly. Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Thaypr of Sibley, 111., are visltlng relatives and old friends in town. JMtM PlafM is n -pairing his dwplling. Kast Warren. Miss E. M. Gleason, formerly of Waits liehl, and lato of Peterboro, N. H., Is stop ping at ,1. C. Gleason's. The past wppk has been a bad one for farmers in harveating. a great amoont of grain is down and in thp stook. Several demoerats will vote the repub liean ticket this year. They say they ean't walk the frpp-trade demOOratiC plank. Denison BiOS of Granville eighty-three yeart old walked to Warren vTllage, ten miles, last week. If it had not been so warm, be said, be could havo walked inucli further. Oeneral A. Cushman of Roohpstpr was here last week. He resided here and rar ried on the merrantile business way baek in the tblrtles, aml was honored and resppctpd by all. He is now elgbty-six years old, M spry as a boy, and seems good for ten years m ore. The republiean tlag-raising pame olT on Thnrsday. The band and speakers were on timo, Mr. Plumley brought along Mr. Maxham, the campalgn stnger. The down. pour of the rain sent the people IntO the town hall, whii'b was tilled to overflowing. Mr. Plumley gave one of his best talks on the tariff issne, thp tiand rpndered good muaio, and Mr. Maxham sang taking cam- paign sougs. In tbe evenlng, D. J. Foster of Burlington talked on the history of the re pnblioan party, and to elose tbere was r aiiplayof flreworks. Wiishington. Will g. Eastman was nominated as the republioan oandidate for representative, on w edneaday of last week. A republiean rallv was held vesterdav (Tuesdfly) on the grounds of 'the new schoolhouse, Rt wbipb a number of sppak ers were present from abroad, and miich eiithusiasm was inanifested. The demoorata were addressed bv J. W. Gordon of Barre and George M. Dearborn of Corinth on Thnrsday afternoon in. school house ball, and at a caUOUS, held at the close of the sppaking, Martin W. Chainbnr- lin was nominated for representative by ae I'lamatiou. At tbe band ineeting on Saturdav these offloers were eleoted: Presldent, G. M. Seaver; vice-jiresident, E. M. Seaver: spctp tary, X. M. Yeartaw; treasnrer, F. C. Hun tington! leader, A. 0. Dlckevj board of di rectors, F. G. Rowell, C. C. Lord, G. E, Huntington. The fall term of the village aehoola in this plaee hegau on Monday last, with Missps Boyles and Conlaml as teachprs. It has been neoessary to plaee an aihlitional row of desks in the primary room. Sonie are wondering if the committee is awalting the result of the next eleetion heforo pntting in the rhairs the district voted to imrchase last spring, Mrs. Eilna PHnt Egcrton. Mrs. Ida Thurlicr Henry, Mrs. Carrie Bowles Car penter. Mrs. Myra Bowles Kinie and Mrs. Edna Field Worthen all tormer Washlna tonians visited Mrs. George W. MoAlllster at Montpelier, on Thursdav of last week, and dined at l)r. Worthen'a in Barre on Friday with Mrs. Elsie Tavlor Scrib ner, Mrs. Flora Thurber Bcribner and Mrs. Ada Flint Curtis of Barre. Both days were enjoyably spent, and will long be reiuenibered by the entire partv, who met together this suminer for the tirst time for nearly twenty years. Miss C'lara Carpenter leaves for OhlcagO tliis week, to spend the winter with her aunt, Mrs. I. X. Camp. Mrs. Minnie Bkinner, a danghter of the late Wait Bmlth of this plaoe, died in Greensboro last wppk. Mrs. Ida Henrv returns to Boston this week. ,1. li. Egerton of Boston was in town on Sunday. r Misses Maud aml Laura Butlerof St. Alhans are viaitlng at T. F. S.Thurher's. Warren Pepper visited in Montpelier and Burlington, last week. I.ieutenant P. J. C. Cheuey was marshal of the dav at thp rallv on lupsdav. Cvrus Smith and famllv iiave lert lor iianover to remain for tlie present and educate their son. Will Downing has left the employ of I.,. I). Til lotson, muob to the regret of tbe eustomers at the meat tnarket. Professor W. H. Gale of Williamstown met the aingeri here, last week Mondav, for drill on Gounod's " Redemptlon," wblob he is togiveathis eoming ponvention in Barre. Oeputy Sherill Barron is still ponfined to the house. Carl Carpenter is a student at God- dard Bemlnary, this fall. Miss Kate Bowles is visltlng Miss Albertine Soule at Fairtlpld. The Washington Cornet Band fumish the musle for the fair at East Corinth, this week. Xellle Denison leaves this wppk for Hndson, Mass., to Hve with Mrs. Frank Freeborn nn Houghton. S. C. George, I). P. Smith and T. F. s. Thurber attenaed the reunion of the Nintb, their old regiment, at Montpelier. Waterbury. Madam Greeue has returned from a visit to New York. Rev. Mr. Davenport is away on a vaea tion of ten weeks. Rpv. i 'alyln Moody and danghter returned to Mlnneaota last Saturday. A arz" partv from Waterbury attended thp republiean raiiy at Burlington, Miss M.vrtie Bttntley teaohea tn the Phi! lips district, Duxbury, the cotntag lertn. Miss ('irri, Wells is to p'lMnnpir' (eMha ing iu the Ootbyvitia scbool, Bepfi mber 1, Mrs Daniel Chaae, a tormer raaidnt of this plaoe, is reoooupyiog the home of Arad Oravps t. M. Kiiigat retnrned from New '"rk last Baturday, wbere he has heon buylog his fall gooda, Profpssor Ti-rrill of Phililns Aeademy( Andover, Mass., has been visitlng Mrs. Charles Greene. The Winooski Valley A'jri lbur.il Rr clety bas Hopured the serviees of the Gould t vlllo band, diiriug their eoinlng fair. The KPnii-annual p'uivention of tlie Washington County Endeavor Soeiety is ln be held iu the Congregiitioiial (diureb, BeptemberS. Bxerobies will be held ln the mnrnlna?, oonttnalns throuah tlm aftprnoon and avenlns, Reports will begtven bytba delegatea of differen' sooietlea, it is boped that as in in v as possible will respond to the call to pntertain delegates. Wlllluinstown. Heavy rains and iwollen streams have been prevalent here of late. The demoprats will have a rally and flag raising here, next Friday eveuing. George W. Hobinson has just hoaght a flrst-rate tbresblug uiachiue, aud our farm ers will llnd him prepareil and rcady to do work for theru. Nathan IlRrrlngton Riul family rpturiipd last wpck to their home ln Grinnell, lowa. Mr. and Mrs. Mpibprt P. Mai tin are vislt lng the family of I r. E. V. Lewis , I KUttand, WIHIani Illssett's family Itfl for Seotlaml, last Mondav week. They wlllstay in Aber deen for i lie present. Moseley lireen, a former towiisman, re eently dled at tbe age of slxty-two, at his bome in Tappes, x. Y. Mrs. Warren Poola Is to return from the Wesl aml realde in Royalton with hef sis- ter, Mrs. Harrlpt Wheelpr. Will LoflgM bpgan an apprentic'ship, last wi ek, ln thfl stone sheds of tho Grear son. Moore ,t 00, grnnite tirm. Mrs. George Eilwards' niother was bnried on Tueaday, The apparent ohange for the better, a sliort tlme ago, DTOVed deluslve, Rpv. Mr. Elliotof Watprbury will Offlolate at tlio unton servic ps at the toiigregaiioiial ohuroh, next Sunday morning and eveiiing. John Robprts, it Is said. will sooii return from slate-working near West Pawlet to liis bome here, and it is boped he may flnd abundanoa of work. Andrew Buinham, loeal edltOf of the Williamstown Berofa, is visitlng his son and only ehlld iu Brattleboro, His editorial lnantle falls on Thoinas Spooner for this week. Georgp P. RobertSOn, who wont to Seot laml last Jannary, has rpcently gone to work at his traile of stone-puttiug in Aber- deen, to rsmalrj whlle granlta matters are unsettled here. Traey L, Jeffordl arrived here from Washington, I). 0., last Monday, to remain a sliort time. Heisdoing sonie repnblipan eampalgn work nipantime. Hp spokp i.ist wppk in Pittsford, Georgia and Corinth, Under the auspiees of the Clirlstian En deavor Soeiety, Miss Edith Guerrier of Massaphusetts will deliver a lepture at the Congregational oburch, next Monday even lng. Subjeet, " Sketehes of Life on the Aineriean Desert," Adiuission, ten cents. A danghter was recently born to James A. Crulckabank, iu Aberdeen, Seotlaml, to whioh plaee he retnrned in the Iprlng of 1801, Mr. Cruipksliank writes that Alier deen is abounding in work, now largply " the gain " that comes from our " loss of granite work. In eancus, last Tuesday eveiiing, C. I". I.athrop was uomiiiatpil by the republieaus for town representative. Harvey L. (Tieney was"si"tup" by thp dpinoprats. Whoever shall be eleeted" here, this fall, he will be expeoted to work hard for a trausfer of Williamstown to Washington county. It seemed to us Ineredible, alinost, that a horse would eat tobacco. until we had a denionstratlon of the fact liere one day last week. While reaily to spring the ijuestion, "Dld you ever see'a horse that would eat tobacco?" the following one was iprung on us: " Did you ever see a horse that would not eat it?" And immediately the inforina tlon was given that sheep would eat up a tobacco-keg for the little tobacco they could get out of it. This would seem to call for a new elassification of the animal kiugdom. A question of surpassing interest to both the granite manufacturers aml workmen here and elsewhere, has jiist 0OU0 up. A prominent granite tirm in Barre, having last week withdrawn from the Xew Englaud Manufaptitrers' Assoclation of which nearly all of our old tirms are meuibprs it could hardly be otherwise, after what has been done ih the last three motttha by this association, that steps sliouhl be taken at once to know what legal liabilities on tho part of this tirm to the remaining nieinbers aml workmen who have gone baci to work, are involved. The ijuestious at issuo, it would seem, inust be exceedingly impor tant and far-reaching, and the action and decisions of our Vermont courts will henee fortli be Watohed with great eageruess by tnany not only iu our own, but niany other states. West Winilsor. Ira Ayers was found dead iu his yard, on Wedneaday morning of last week. He was quite aged," aud had been iu poor health for sonie time. G. C. Wait was nominated for representa tive at the republiean oancus, Saturday, A certtticate of iiieinbership is also tiled for W. I. Kemlall. The democratic nominee is Fred Moulton, South Woodbury. MaryBabinis attendlng school at Hard wick. I,izzie Bl ike, who has been visiting friends iu this vicinity, retnrned to Boston last Saturday. Bamnel Danieli has moved his house back from the road soinewhat, and is tiuishing off a tenement iinderneatli it. Worcester. Xeil Abbott and wife, Mary Abbott, Clara Templeton and Nellie Hunt, all of Boston, are visiting friends in town. At the democratic oaUOUS thp following iioiiiinations werp made: For representa tive, Frank Tpwksbnrv; for iustices, C. C. Tewksbury, lloratio Templeton, F. H. Har rlman, Harry Hall aud Fred Alexander. Hnstness Brrtues. Mr. H. J. M.ivkrs of Oakland, Md., says: " T have sold thirteen bottles of Chamber- lalo's Cough Bemedy to-day and am Uterally sold out. Tliis the iargest sale on rocord of any one preparation in a day over our COUntera, It gives the best satisfaction of any cough meuioine we haudle, and as a seller it leads all other preparations on this market." For sale by C. Blakely, Mont pelier, Vt. A common cohi should not be neglected, Downs' Elixir will cure it. Couohino leads to consumption. Keuip's Balsam will stop the cough at once. I,ank's Famii.y Mkhk'inb moves the how els every day. Most people ueed to use it. Dean's Rhbumatic Ph.ls abaolutoly cure rheiimatism aml ueuralgia. Entirely vege table. Safe. Thk proprietora of Eiy's Oream Balm do not claim it to be a cure-all, but a remedy for catarrh, colds in the head and liay-fover. It is not a liqnid Or u snulT; is easily ap plied into tlie DOaMll, It gives relief at once. Fifty cents. FTow nupleaaant it. is to see a beantltul e'did's fae , dlsflgured with vlla humora, Imratlng tbrnngh the akln iu tii" plmplea, Idotobes aud sores, and sa blur still, when the yonng an I Innnoent are 1 Mfjbod at, uo l twltted ln all auoh i!ips. Parents ahoubl givc them that gnd an-l pnre remed t , Sul phttV BiMers. wllloh will soare'i aildrivo nutnf the 1,1, ioiI every uartiolo ot laimor. uii't Ota fte. Tr Mn.t'o of tbe p'nprletors of Dr. Henry Baxter'a Mandrake Hltlontls the " grniitet g I to the greate-t ii'i'nber." An I so theyseiia lirge botile of e valuable rem eJy for twonty.flyn oeuts, aud wewant evor.v h ittlo to glve aaiUtuotlon oriuju. y refunded, " i had oatarrb of tbe bead and Uiroat for nve years, l used F.iv's Oreatn llalm, aml from tbe flrstapplioatlon l w.u ralleveii, Tlm spiiso of smell, which had been los', was rastored after uslng one b ittlo. I have found the Balm the only atlsfaOtOrj rem edy for eatarrh. and it has pffecind a curci 1 ii my vMe."ll. L. Meyer, Waverly, N. Y. sfRinjis, to pay postRgo, to A. P. Ordway & Co., Boston, Mass. AhNK A ANIl Olt I.inimknt Is very llPRllng Rinl tOOthldg, and does wondprs wlien ap- plled to all sorps. Wlien Pnby was slpk, wo gave her Castorla. When she wns ft Cliild, shp erled fnr C'ftstoris. WIipii she iH'cftnie Miss, slie OhtBg Cnstorlft. WbM she had Chlldren, tba Bftve tbeiu C'astorl. QCOROI A. AiNswoiiiH, Barre and Will iamstown, dealer In pianos, organs and sewlng machlnes. Oomnetitlon in qnallty and prlcei of gooda ohallenged. Sat.isfac tton guaranteed, Barre heaidnuartere, Per ley Chandler'a Jewelry-store, North Main street. Oorrespondence promptly attended to. USPecttOn of booiIs eordially invited. N. It Hesells for 8S a vibratlng huttlfl ewing.maohlne, whlofa the manufacturers (fttttmntet as being"tha best that oan be made." Thk sucpps.s of Mrs. Annie M. Beam of McKeesport, I'enn., ln the treatnienf of dl- arrhcea ln her ohlldren will nndonbtedly he of interesi to maiiy niothprs. She savs: " I penl several weeks in Johnstown, Penn,, aftpr the great Ilood, on acpount of my hus- band belng employed there. We haii sev- eial childreu with us, two of whoiu took the diarrho a vpry hadly. I got some of Cliam bprlain's Cnlic, Cholera aml 1 liarrho a Rem edy from Rev. Mr. Cliapman. ttoured both of them. I knew of several other cascs wbere it was equally luoceasful, i think it cannot be excelled', and cheerfully recom mendlt." Fifty-eent bottles for sale by C. Blakely, drugglst. ChamberliiB'i Kye tnd skin Ointatntt A eertain cure for chronle sore eves, tet ter, salt rheum, scald head, old 'ehronie Bores, fever sores, eczema, itch, pralrie scratches, sore uipples and plles. It is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of cases have been cured by It. after all other treat nieiit had failed. Twenty-tive cents per box. For sale hy C. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. rtbi. For Over Fifty Years. An Oi,d and Wkll-Trird Rrmrdv. Mrs. WlnslOW's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their chlldren while teethlng, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the guins, allays all pain, cures wind oolic, aud is the best remedy for diarrluea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold hy druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-tive cents a bottle. Its value is in oalonlable, Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Syrup, aud take no other kind. Hawkera and Peildlors. What ear-splitting cries we hear daily in the streets of every large city! But these Itlnerant dealera who hawk their wares are, when under proper restrictions, a useful portion of the community, and not sucli nuUances as the catarrh hawkers. This is a stuhhorn disease to couquer, but I)r. Sage's Catarrh Remedy does it. It is mild, soothing and antiseptic, unlikf snulTs that irritate, or solutions that burn. It eorrects offensive breath, aud restores taste, smell and hearing. Xasal catarrh often ends in oonsumptlon. Apply the only cure in time. Prioe titty cents, by all druggists. A Row of Pearli Qliatening through coral lips is oertainly apleMlngobJeotj but arowof dlscolored.be. spei'ked tpptli in any moiith at all is a griev ous drawback. Add tothli that sneba set of teetfa is usually aocompauieil by iuipurp breath and oue can scarcelv imagine anv thing moreobjpctiouable. SOZODONT, the great purifier of the breath aml whltener of the teeth, obviates this state of the moutli oompletely, rescuing its den'al occupanta from deatrnotion and oounteraotlna tlm ln Bnenoe npon the enamel of add lecretions in the mouth. Vermout Markets. MONTPRLIKR. Bntter, fresh, M It, s m M Huttur, crates, l It :it ) Ohsesej asiry, f) it h 5 lo K)!H, V llez (S IS Pouwoes, new. t bnshel 10 I i"' Hm, Hve. l th (1.9 s iici. arsssed, ti lt a Klieelt, Hve, tti UB ( aprlng Lnmhi (ft 5 eals, Hve 8 rR) 4 fowU, i tt, iu iu SiirliiK chlekem. l IV, 1J (3i 7 Hcmr. SnrniK Wlienl l Imrrel 5 7 ft (kI Flour, Wtntsi Wlieitt, j Imrrel .s 50 M 75 Flnur, Family Wheat, t brtrrel 5 50 Efft M Fee,l, V DWI H5 Meiil, ( cwt 1 N ) B Mlililllnea.llewt 1 20 1 f. 1,11-1. 4S 50 DOrO, f: iMMliel Ht fi Ks Dran, per cwt bs b uo Heuns, l busliel 2 25 50 Ifapis Ugar new 7 8 Mople 8ynii uew 50 65 Thk Boston Star says Dr. Ivaufinann's great book 011 diseases, its causes and home cure, with tine eolored plates, is tlm best work ever published. A copy will be seut free to auybody who seuds three two-cent llostou Produce. Monday, August 29, 1802, The uuotatious given below represent prices obtained by receivers for loholetalt wti (not jobbtng prfees) aud are iutended to represent actual sales: BUTTKR. Crenniery, Nortliern, axtra, V 1b fl? 25 (reaniery. Northern, extrs Hrt, V Itt. . 2U ot 24 (;rettinery, Ea.tern. SXtra, V lt, .... 23 24 I'reHiiiery, WSItern, extr., Ilrats. t It,.. 22 2:1 Orsainary, flrat. ') tt, 10 21 llalry. Vt. Hiiil X. Y.. mtra flrt. V lt.. 1" ft M Dalry, Vt. Hlnl N. Y., timu, V ft, 17 IS IlHlry. Vt. kiiiI X. Y.. low Kraitei, l rt.. U 11 Franklin Co., Maas., buxen, extra crettm- ery.(l W in Do., sxtrs djUrr, V b 22 ig. 11 Do.. cxtra llrsli, V Ih 20 ffi 21 I)o., Hrsti. V lt, 17 & l!i Trunk. extra. V B W 25 Trunk. exira tlnits. V It ... M if M CHKK9K. Vermont, extra. fnll creain lt It, (7 !1 Vermont, onts, n I 0 Verinent, neeontU. (il lt, 4 7 Hkkb, v rt, lo I'arl klina, 1,1 It,... 4 U New York. extra, Tfl th Sl !i New York, BrStS, W ft S W 0 New xora, seeondSi w ft 4 7 Kons. Vermont nnl X. tl.. extru. V tor & 23 Knntem. SXtrs, "1 flOS tt M Wssttrn, ebolee, V 001 & 20 IMU LTI1Y. Cjilekem, ehelea v ik rn f 21 rhtAkees. oomnion to good 15 (i is Ifowls, axtra oaoiee 15 101 iu HAV AM) STRAW. ttT. Ksstern faaey,1i koa Mt 00 llav, tlne, ioh 1 ,,i 14 , , Hay. ,'1,-ver ,n,t rlOWBf RUXM, ( ton . . f 0 o, 14 SO Hsy, ordlnary, V to, 14 Btvil i Hay. i,oi 10 ' iinnion. pt titn 12 014 0,1 Hay. BWSIe, M t,oi in I QS sirtiv . rye, ihm i piiiasaj tn 13 00 ,,13 51 trawioai, is on ou? li-j MKATS KRF.SII. iiecf , sMee, 9 t'J I ileet, Ugltl eiiulee.JR ft tn) ; lte.-r. HtMvy uHi,l, '1 tb r, u$ uu lleef. V'Kxl. l II, 5 '.i l, I eef, nln,l tpiarto, s, clto'ee. ( ft, Iil'j-i l)i; l.eer. (ore qiisrters. rliits, V lt 4 i 4 ' lieef for,- uusrWrs, eoinnton, wft ;!i'fc 114 lleef htfld niiart'T. coiiun.in. lh 0 vt lo Cn b. i lion e. Mft 10 ; M tton. etr ,. l Ib ,'; II Mnll, , n. e. ,11111, on lo Od, V ft, i S Veai. Ksstero, OholilS, V Ib 0 III veei, eoramea, W ft 4 ub 0 Veul, fair lOK'Kiii.'ttib... 7 Q UK.MAI1KS Buttkr. Traile is quiet, but fine goods are tinuly held Recplpts of extra DOrthem dairy lots oOUtlnue llght, and strictly Una are in steady dumaiid. Fair to good re mains ipiiet at I s to SO cents Ecms. Receipts are light aml tbe market is steady for cholce fregb stock. ln ToasbSm, AiikhM 25, n aon to Mr. aml Mrt. lohn l'OKe. in Trasbam, Aagnst M, taaalitertollr, and Mrs, T II. Walker. ln. Cabot, Aanot 25, . 1 to Mr. SBd Mr. (Hiver peneer, Blarciagcs. In llitnlwlrk. Annt 0, liv Rev. 11. L, WelU Jnines A. ('dlllurto Mamlo Wel.ater, Imtli of llnid wlrk. In Wtrbtiry. Anu. -''i, y Rev, H. II. Wheeli-r Hlanenftnl A. MtmtKOinery tu Lilln II, Fitsn, bOU of Duxbury. In Wntertmry, AOff. :'4. hy Rev. I, II. Wlieeler. )t)rne U . l 'hi()ilii to Hertl'ii R. BKglMtOIl, botB 01 Wntrrlmry. In WMhlDjrtOq, Aua. Jp, btRCV. Wllllnin Knller. Ueurne . IhivlB of ( liulsen, ninl KIIh Renin of Wiuifttnitowtit bbfrtistmcnts. In Marshfield. Attftttt W, DtUltl Sinitli, 77. In OorlHthi Auj;. li. A. Wnlter I'Hyne, netl 7 years. In t'bot, .Inly jn. K.UKene M. Frenr)., 4.' years aml ! monttifi. In TppthMn, Atigntt Mi Fiosste. tteMglittf ftfWfl Utn I'crry, 'f. In OieNen, Au(. Iiifant son of Mr. and Mrn. Ira Tlinnijmon, iik1 1 itmnth aini I (tity. In Chelsea, Auj- IS, I'anl Moore, Infant son of Charte! 1. and M.ittn- Dicklimon, hkimI v h less 2 days. In Montpelier. Attf. Sylvtn I.t.ralne Johns, UuahtMOl Rnssoll D. niifl .lennle t. .IoIhh. Fun ural Ht'tlif rMld&C f Hft. (,'lara Ilawley, Hun tington, Vt..on Wednefiday. Jtrbcrttscments. SGRQFULA 12 YEARS Ahvays Sore. Ilurnod FJko Flrp. Athtttned to be Beeni Qo1 Worsc Under Pour Doctorsi Cured by Ciitlcura. Kor AbOQl ten or twelve fWt I have bcon trotihled with Ncrofula. My beM w alwayn nore, iny faee wus drynnd scaly. und huriit'd like lire tnort of the ttme. My tKxly had Mtr rcd pOtl on It and I dld not J KIIOW iVIlill lO UO. J Wflll to four dlfferent doctorai and they helpi-d me at tirttt. ln thu fall J i 1 WOfM -ngaln; then 1 tried other remedien, but they did me no good. 1 wan anhamed to uo into pablle 1 WM a aikfht tu luok.at. Every one would eay, "What ir the mattt.T, n hy don't you Utke rioniethirn.'i' " Kven at iny dally lahor I had to wear u nort of can to kcep tho dlrt from gatltOg tnto the corec. After Iwonld wah, 1 would he covereil with Mtf red nlmplert all OVer iny neek and face. Some two or three peuile advUed me to try the CtTTICURA Uemeihes. 1 did try them, and am glad I have done io lllad to (av I am u Woll inati, and ln the bett of health liDM( 1 cannot pralne the CrncuilA liKMtiiits tui hiudilv. I eOolOM my nortralt. LEWIS W. KAToN, Larkviller Pa. Cuticura Remedies OllTlUUIU liEsoLVEST, tlie new Blood aml Skln I'urlHer lnternnlly (to clennne the blooil ,,f all lni- pnrltiM snd pelsonons slseaents), aud CoTtcnaA, the yreat Skin Cure, snd OOTtCDRA Ho.p, 1111 ex. qulsite Skin I'uritier iuul Heautlfler, extcrnally (to oMsr the ikin nnd icalp aml reston the bstr), cura every dlSeSSS SSd bnnor 'f the kin, Hcalp, nud blood, with luf of hair, from Infaney lo uite, from pnnnies to sorofala, when the besl pbyslolansi ho. ptUUS, S2K all other remedie fall. Botd everywhere Prles, CDtietrlU, Me.j Sn.ir, 2",i .; Rasotvairr, tl, Preparsd by the I'otteii DaCfl AND CUEMICAL C.'DIll'OKATIO.V, ItOHtOII. e3" llow tot'ure Skin Dlssasss," M pages,50 UrasiraUonSi and tasthnonUlt, inailed frce. Pl W 1 1 Wafkb-iMls, r. I , roiiL'b, chapiivd, aud rllll oily sin oaredby Ctrricciu Boap. NO RKEUMATIZ ABOUT ME ! In one mhuite the Cutlrtira Antl 1'ain J'liiHtfr relfevet rheu matie, neiatie, hip, ktdney, mu-'eular, and ODMt buni. The tirf-t and only Inatantaucous p4UakllUog eUtiiu'tUciiiutf plMWt Blanchard OPERA HOUSE, Denman Thompson's Two Sisters Co. cgal llotitcs. O KLINA FLACiG'S KSTATK. COMMISSIONERS' SOTICE, The underained, havhiK heeu amminted hy tho HonorftbM ProMt)0otui roi tat nutriet of wash lnnton, CotnmlsHlonord, to reeeive. examine and ad jnst ull eUiina aud deiii.tinU of all iiersoiis RgaUlUl thu estate of Sellna ! : . late of Montpelier, in said iMstriet, deceased. aiul all clainiri e-cliiblted ln olfttet thereto, herehy uoticu that m will tneet, for the uurposeA aforesaid, at thf fttee of lloiner w. Heatou ln .tid Montpelier. on the tOtb day of Septemher aud lth day of Februarv next, fmm ten o'elock A. m. until four oVloek r. M ., each of aald dayn.audthat -i mouths from the '-"2(1 day of Aiurust A. J). 119, U the tiniu liinited by haldCourtfor IMq credltora to present their elaima to us for exriiuinrttlou autl allowaueo. H.it. tl tt Montp.dicr. Vt.. this .""th day of Autfnst, A. im, HOMER W. HKATON, rnnit..U1ilonprs 07-0(1 .IAMKS W, BROCKi t ln,""ll0e- W ALLV O. PARKEH'S E8TATB. " STATE F VERNON 1'. Washinntou Olstriet, si. Iu 1'rohate t'ourt, hi-ld at Montpelier, iu and for aald IMstrh t, on the 11th day of uMist. A. l. IwJ: An lustrumont inirprtin' to ht- the last Will aud Testaiutuit OfMUjO. I'iirktr. late ol Marshfield, ln said distriel, d Mrted, MIHll lreseiited t the Oourt for I'rohatt!. lt is ordured by said t'ourt, that all per sitns eoaeerood thereln be DOtlOed to appear at a aea sloit of xald UoUTti to be hdd the I'r a&ate otHce, In all Miaitpetler, on theMth day of Septu.nher, A. I. ind HOW eause, tf miy they m iv have, a dnst the piub ite nf s nd tiistrniiie it : lor which purpo.se lt U f ui t hr or.ler., that DOtuSfl of this order be pub lUhed tlirao WOtMtl s I0C "sdvely iu the Vermont WtttrknMi f Httift Juur't'ul. uuwapipor nrinted at Mo-itp. lii r. ln M UU6, i.iov ou to said tlme ap p ilnted fir lioarlnir. Hy V.w ('o irt. ttest. N lll RlM v i OABLK Vxts , .Imle. TONAH O. OltMRIIKK'S KKTATKi l N1 A l I.OF V KKMOM r, Waiiii'- rtoii Iistrlet. s. Iu I'rnti.it- Uuurli heto .tt Mo ipelier, iu hih tor anl hltHet,OUtUtJ .htb1av of AllK A. I lM llrratlo T. inplet.tii. Ad nint lr ti.-r or the etate of JiMUisU. Oiiiidn-e, Ut ot iUis. in said liirU't, deee ised, ra b ip;dtOftttoti to s.bi i urt. with the eonseut ai l approb ttt m iu w il.iiK of Kih liulr of MlddOM id rtilitUiz tn tht sttto f Vrmoutfof lieeiiho to soll all ot 1 he H l 1 itato of sahl deceas. d. tit'iiitid iu 'a'als. ln "aid lU-ttrle. lo fU UtMHt id.ic eoiiilitm,' of ali nt IUa-res, w.sod aud uiow l.uid of ati nt il a'-re. also wwulea TOlR, Wttr nv Rcitru. Hhutdaud bllt UUg, t'.v cpt lliewtd iw's rlnnl if donur t'xiein. bnt Ui0iUcruu tho It inoiUadatid n-iur-loit of said dower. lopieHuutnw Ihat tlie Hle thereof noiild be be ttoUI to the ncutja uiul helrs of said iteeoied aud lliose t.itei cited ln Ids i --..tr iu nt4r ' coxvert n.tbliral estatu Into aiom y. Wheieupon. tt ts or dereil nv sahi (,'ouil tliat satd app irat lou bu it ft iied to h scsston thereof, to be held at tho l roliat uilb e, ln said Montpelier, ou the IMh dav nf .st p oniber. A.U. Ih)i2, foi i . .ii n. hikI deCMlou iheio m; aud, li if I urthei ordered, that ull persoiis tnieiestetl bu uotl Red hereof, by publh atiou of notleu uf said appllca tion aml order Ihereon threo weeks oceesid vely iu the Vrrmout H'ti(riu r Jom W. a neHipuiier published at Moutpellor, tn this state, aud tthlch elreulati'i iu thu Dwjniborbooa of those interested, b)fON Itid tlme ol lieartiiir, that they mav appear at said tliuo and plai e, and, if they aoeeauao, uujeet tliereto. Hy the t'ourt. Atteat, v7-0f I11UAM CAHLEION. Judttu. FalLOpening. New Styles received. Clothing. Latestflj Noveltiesl in Hats, Gents' Furnishings. Opera House Block. A. D. Farwell Vacation Days Are Nearly Over. NOT SO WITH Bargains T. S.Brophy & Cos. We sell tliis week saiue aa last Wash Goods ALL SHADES AND GRADES AT COST. Also Mitts, Corsets. Gloves, Fans. Hosiery and Ladies' Cotton Underwear at tbe very Lowest Prices. Tbree Jpairs of Kast UlarU Hose for 11.00. 1'ara.sols at less tliau eost. Iienieuiber lt is at T. S. Brophy & Co's., 18 State Street. We want to call your attention to the fact that we now have only 30 days more before we must surrender our lease. We are making special discounts, and niany lines we are selling for less Ihan they cost us. Why not buy your winter's supply of EeltS and leggings, also rubbers, now ? You can savc fully one-fourth, and on tnany lliings niucli niorc. Scc tliosc mcn's and woincn's o.OO shoes for $L00. MaRYIX & WlLSON.