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o c pniir MKitoitANi 2 OUlYlU NOT AIIVKI 5IITISK. 2 O SZS SOJIK IIO, IN Tlll! O O 'WATOIIMAN."-Afn SULl. O T1IK1U UOOIIS. . . . O o eoeoeoeoO0Osoeoeoeo VOL. 91---A703. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAV, JUNE 3, 1806. NUMBER 23. vtrmo nr JUNE ATTRACTIONS BEAUTIFUL SUMMER DRESS GOODS, MUSLINS, DIMITIES, LINEN BATISTES, AND CHALLIES. OHOICE NEW PATTERNS IN LAOES, EMBROID ERIES AND TRIMMINGS, LADIES' FURNISH INGS, "HATHAWAY" UNDERG-ARMENTS, "R. &G-." CORSETS, "ONYX" HOSIERY, FERRIS WAISTS, AND MANY OTHER LEADING COR SETS AND WAISTS. Special Thursday, June 4, We will close out a fow dozon odd Night Drosses, Skirts, Drawors, Chemisos nnd Corsot Covcvs, at one-half the usual price. L, P. & H, C. GLEASON, . . Montpelier TFoir DE3Cot TTCTe.sitibLOX-! 1 THE I BLUE FLAiE KEROSENE OIL ST0VE8. A gaa or blue flamo that can not amoho. Process and Generating Gasoline Stoves! t t 1896 PATTERNS. GURNEY AND ALASKA REFRIGERATORS, ICB CREAM FRBEZEHS, ETC, ETC. l'or nll gcnsoiig MAGKI? nnd OLEXWOOI) liANGKS. A Ilcnilqunrtcrg for l'l.UfllHING, STUAM riTTING nnd II12ATING. 3IBTAI. ItOOIMNG, AVi: SrOUTINU nnd Genoral Joli Work. Aleo ltlcyclu licpnlrliig. PECK BROTHERS, 4 n A great treat, no doubt, The bargains in Stationery afc f ESlilos Eook Store this week, are one of them. Stationery at 12c a X box which is superior to most of that sold for 25c and 30c. Come early and avoid . 4 TELEPHONE 107-0. 32 STATE STREET. J fr&&$4 4 xxno Clearance Sale 2 We deBlre to reduco our large stock S3.000 during June. To do this means niuch to U9, and to accoraplish it we havo dicided tobccin our Cleurance Sale now, while trade is iiood, and civo our uige oi our iow prices ociore tney nave roarie all thDir epring purctiases. Tne following is a partial liat; nee largo circular for complete list. AVAISTS. 1. Seyen Sllk AValata, rnade of pretty Dresden Sllka, lllabop aleeve, trlmmed wlthvolvet and but tons. Cheap at 6.00. Our clearance prlce, only 4.93. 6izea32to40. 2. Four I'lald Sllk Walata, wlth Illahop aleeve. Slzea 32, 34 and 38. Cheap at 4.00. Clearance prlce, only 2.98. 3. l'our dark-colorod Sllk Walata. Slzes 32, 34, 36 and 39. Cbeapat 5.00. Clearance prlce, only 3.75. 4. Kleven Klne Wbtto Slualln Walata, trlmmed wlth mualln edse. Wortb 2.50. Clearance prlce, only 1.59. Stzea 32, 34, 36 and 38. 5. Sli Flne White Mualln Walata, very prettlly trlmmed. Worth 2.05. Clearance prlce, only 1.25. 6. Twenty-three White Mualln Walata. Worth 1.50 and 1.25. Clearance prlce, only 98 centa. Slzel 32, 36, 38 and 40. 7. rivo itozeit l'ercale, Dlmlty and Mualln Walata. Wortb 1.00. Clearar.ce prlce, only 79 centa. DIUCSS GOODS. 1. Two plecea of beavy all-wool lilack Berge, 50 Incbea wlde. Wortb b0 centa. Clearance prlce, only 39 centa a yard. Tbla la the beat value In black gooda we bave everoflcred. 2. One plece of lilack and White Strlpe, 45 lnches OUK SPKOIAL SA.LE FOIt SATUKDAY, JUNE O, wtll bo: 1, Twelve Dozon Ladles' Shirt Walsta, all the newest and best doaigns in dlmlty and percale, inade wlth Blshon aleeve and polnttdyoke. I'art of the lot havo detachable collara and ouffa. Uomparo tuein witii any waist boiu lor gl. Tma lot wlll eo Saturday at 01) centa II, Ten Piecea of lB-cent Dimlty. Oholco patterna for 7 I 1 centa a yard. R. S. CURRIER & $5 ESDFt TotArsr X To Good Workmen for ? r" i, u u....: Can be saved by buyincf now at 6i cents; former price, 90 cents. Fifteen pat terns to sele6l from. Also a few pieces of ten-wire Roxburys at 66 cents. ...STRAW MATTINGS... We have more than you fellows have of hay. Bring in some and we will trade. More Parlor and Chamber Suits than you ever saw before, and all at less prices. Now is the time to hit the nail on the head and make your apples co.unt as dollars. Taters are cheap, but our couches, lounges and sofas are cheaper, and we will make you happy, sure, if you will see us before buying. i WARNER F.COLBY, . . No.16 North Main Streot, Barre, Vt, iiiniiiiuii Tjsijjsruoitx: NEW - No. 60 Main Strcct. 4 n 9 W but " tliere are others." custornere an opportunity to take advan- wlde. Worth 50 centa. Clenrarice prlce, only 59 ccuts a yard. 3. Sii plecea of 40-lnch flne Sllk and Wool l'lalda, never aold for leaa tliau 75 centa a yard. Clearance prlce, only (9 centa. 4. Elfiht plecea of 3ii and 40-lncb 611k andWool and Wool SultliiBa. Worth 50 centa a yard. Clear ance prlce, only 39 centa a yard. 5. l'our pleces of 25c l'lalds. Clearance price, only 19c a yard. 6. Two plecea of llrllllantlne, one gray and one brown mlxturfl, worth 50c a yard. Cloarance prlce, only 29c a yard. 7. Two plecea ofrlno 45-lncti red Henrletta, cbcap at 65c. Clearance prlce, only 49c a yard, IHtKSS PATTKItNS-NO TWO AMK15. 1. One 810 Ilreaa l'attern. Clearance prlce, S7.50. 2. Twof9Dre8il'atterna. Clearance prlce, S8.98 3. One B7 Dreaa l'attern. Clearance prlco, 85.25. 4. l'our 7.50 Dreaa l'attorna. Clearance prlce, JS1.73. S. One S6 Dreaa l'attern. Clearance prlce, 84.51). 8. One 7 lilack Crepon l'attern. Clearance prlce, 84. 7. une pieco of heavy lilack Crepon, wortb 81.25, Clearance prlce, 98c a yard. CO., Barre, Vt the Next Thirty Days! S t r 9 your Tapestry Carpets of us m l t gonnkction. BYNEARLY FIVETO ONE Montpelier Republicans Declare Their Preference for W. W. Stickney for Covernor. ly an Overwlielmii Majority. The Man from Derby Polls Fifty-eight Votes. Tho Hepubllcan Cancus to elect dolefiates to the State Conventlon, to bo held in Bur lington, June 17, to nominato a state ttcket, was held in Annory Hall last Monday oveninR. Tho attondauco was all that could have boen dosired. W. A. Lord, chalrman of the Republlcan Oity Commlttee, called the moetlnR to order and road the call. II. W. Kemp was elected chalrman and E. A. Nutt, secietary. Aa a dolegation favorlng the electlon of W, W. Stlcknoy for covernor, F. A. IIow laud nomlnated the followlnR ticket: Dele fiatea Hlram A. Huso, Charlos A. Smlth, 2d, Oharles W. Guernsoy, H. O. Gleason, George H. Guerngoy, O. DeF. Banoroft, J. Eli Goodenough and Frank A. Dwlnell. Alternatos H. W. Kemp, Olaronce S. Whlttler, Frank A. Sherburne, Halph B. Donny, A. D. Farwell, James Cannlne, James M. Boutwell and W. A. Lord. On niotlon of Mr. Ilowland it was alao votod that the ballot-box be Ieft open one hourj and that the whole ticket be balloted for to- cether. As a Grout tlckot J. W. Brock nominated for delegatea G. W. Winc, J. O. Hougliton, J. B. Morse, O. F. Collins, O. P. Pitkin, C. F. Buswell, D. G. Kemp and Poter Badord they, if elected, to nominate their own alternate8. The ohair appolnted J. W. Brock and F. A. Ilowland B3 tellors, and the balloting proceeded. Whlle tho voting was in progresa Major 0. D. Glark moved, and it was so voted, that a commlttee of three be appolnted by the chair to roport a Ust of dolegates and alternates to represent Montpelier in the Second Dlatrlct Ropubllcan Gonvention, to nominate a congreaaman, to be held in Montpelier on Tuesday, Juno 1G. Major Glark, M. E, Smlllo and W. O. Berry were appolnted auch commlttee. Thia commlttee repurted the followlng list of delegates, they to chooao their al ternatos: F. A. Ilowland, A. G. Eaton, O. h. Wataon, O. O. Field, Frank E. Smith, Robert Whelan, F. L. Lalrd and George E. Taplln. They were unanimoualy elected. Tho fourth article in the call providod for the electlon of sovonteen delegates to the Washington County Republlcan Conven tlon, to be held at Montpelier on Wednea day, June 24. On motion of W. A. Lord this was passed over, and the lncoming Re publlcan Gity Commlttee was lastructed to call a caucuB on Monday evening, June 22, to elect these delegates. On motion of W. A. Lord a commlttee of three was appointed by the chair to nomi nato a Republican City Commlttee of seven members, to servo for tho onsulng two years. W. A. Lord, A. W. Ferrin and O. F. Collins were appolnted such commlttee. They Ireported the names of 0. D. Clark, H. W. Kemp, 0. DeF. Bancroft, G. 0. Ramsdell, James Canning, J, B. Morse and F. A. Howland, and they were elected. The ballot-box was turned promptly at the explratlon of the liour, and a count of the votes caat showed the following result Wbole number of votea caat 305 Neceaaary to a cbolce 153 The Orout ticket bad 58 Tbe Stickney ticket bad 247 and they were declared elected. The resujt of the ballot was greeted wlth great ap' plauae and tbe caucus adjourned. Huslness Moro Mcntlon. Usk leBS Boap. Better for clothos. Haiiy CAHUUans at cost at Towner'a. G. E. SiiKFAnD, auctioneor, Marshfield, Vt LOVBLL DlAMOND EXCKL BlCYCLKS, 00, at recK urotnors'. ItKiiD the bargalna on thia page that are ouereu at uuie a uook atore. Ciioqukt aets, hammocks, oll atoves and lce-cream ireezers at rowner's. Do not overlook the new advertlaement of Ceresota" llour on page nve, On page oight Gove, Nott & Taylor of Burlington uilvertlse uerry-uaaKeta. Sosik special June attractlona aro olfered on tuls pago uy u. r. a li. J. uieason. Adasis, the clothier, has somothing to say auout auua auu atraw iiaia ou tiiis page. Take a look at the Iuperlal Lawn Mower advertised on page flvo by Uarrows & Peck Youno lady graduates wlll be intereated ln "xne ltioiiarujon " ativertlsement on thia page. Go in and look at the "Itellable" aummer stove advertised on page five by Barrowa Si l'OCK. H. A. Gould, llrst-olass piano-tuuer Odera promptly attendod to. Addreas, iiarre, vt. If the lyo in a pound is enough, why nse more? Moral: Uae loas soap by uaing iiarmiesa." A auicAT aale of black gooda ia advertised on page nvo uy tue liaruard, aumner l'ut nam Company. On pago elght Barrowa & Peok have a out of the celebratod Baldwln refrigerator uuuiiieu uy iiiem, 1'eck IlnoTiiBita advortlso on thia page Bumu ui vuo Buuaunauie uo( weaiuor goous uuuuiuu uy wiiaiirm. D, A. QurTiL can furnlah safes of all slzoa for farmors, merchants and bank vaulta at tue very lowest prlcoa. A HKLiABLit placo to buy oholco lnvest- Uieuta iu urBi-uiuoa HucurtiieH, uuiu city anu farm, is at No. 60 Main stroot, Montpelier, of A. O. Ciimmlns, castorn agunt of tho Plorro (S. U.) Savlngs Bank. Iir tho lyo in a pound la enough, why use moro? Moral: Uae losa soap by uslng " Ilarmless." On pazo flvo Gllloy & Abbott of Barro havo an advnrtlHomont in which ovory lady in Washington county wlll bo lnterestod. Thobb craah and linen suits, advertised on this page by A. D. Farwell, are very do slrable for hot weathor. Tho prlco is low, Fon Salk. Mrs. Julla M. Durant'a houso on Main streot. For further particulars ln quiro of T. J. Doavltt, Montpelier, Vt. Thb ttronrj and oasy-runnlng " Stearns " aud tho best value ln mediutn.prlcod bicy cles at J. J. Williams' store, Main streot. A auAND June cloarance salo, ln which many special bargains aro offerod, 1b adver tised on this pago by R. S, Currler & Co., Barre. Dit. LbBiiun's S. & P. Pllls, tho only friond for ladiea. Ono dollar, at storo or by mall. L. II. Greene, Holo agent, Mont pelier, Vt. Fakmbrs and ovorybody elso will road wtth intorost the now advertlsement of W, F. Colby, tho loddliig Barro Furnlture doaler, on this page. Wantbd. A woman to do the work in a farm houao, wlth a family of four. Hefer oncos reqiilrod. Addroas Tlmothy Davis, Box 184, Montpelier, Vt. Additional proof of tho oxcellonco of tho Improved TJnlted States Boparator Is givon in the Bpace pald for by tho Vermont Farm Machlne Company on page slx. Wanted. An exnorionced acont. Good pay and permanent omployment to a first clasa man. None othur need apply. Ad droas Dr. W. A. Bemls, Montpelier, Vt ArjENTS wanted to soll an article needed ln every family. Good money mado to smart man or lady. Send two-cout atamp for reply. Address, F. Trudoau (P. O. Box 1483) Barre, Vt. Eczema Is a frlghtful aflllction, but, like all other skin diseasos, it can be porma nently cured by appllcationa of DeWitt's Wltch Ilazel Salve. It never falla to cure pllos. W. E. Terrill & Co., Montpelier, Vt. Hbaltii and happluess aro relatlve con ditlons; at any rato, there can be little liap pineas wlthout hoalth. To glvo the body ita iull measure of atrongth and energy the blood should be kopt pure and vigoroua by the useof Ayer'a Saraaparilla. A S2.G0 pon, gold, aold for 81.00. A flrst class pon in ovory respoct. In uso in this omce and lts oxcellonco proved. mvery pon guarantoed. By mall, postage pald. Addresa Watchman Publishlng Company, Montpelier, Vt. For full particulars, see advortisomont on pago slx. Evehttuinq in tlio druc aud modicine line promptly furnished at the new Will iamstown drug store, Fred A. Ainswortli, proprietor, In addltlon to tho staples, a apeclally.propared, thoroughly-rollablo line ot Jiypopuoapmtos, oarsaparlllaa, lerve Fooda, Bittera, Cod Llver Oll Emulslons, otc, at popular prlcos, always on hand. Sewlng.machine suppliea a apeclalty. Glve him a call. Pensions of 6 to S12 a month aro pald Boldiera, rich or poor, wlth alight dlsabll ities, contracted iu or out of service, under act of Juno 27, 1890. Those now pensloned under this act can complete any suapended, delayed or rejocted clalm under tho old law, and recelve the arreara. Widows entitled, wituout regaru to cauao oi soiuier'a deatii. No charge unless auccessful. Address, T. J. Deavitt, Montpelier, Vi. Mr. Jambs Pbrdub. an old soldier resld- ing at Monroe, Micli., was soverely aflllcted with rheumatlsm, but received prompt re llet from pain by uslng Chamborlain's Paln Balm. Ho saya: " At tiines my back would ache ao badly that I could hardly rlse up. If I had not gotten relief I would not be liere to wrlte these few lines. Chamber laln'a Paln Balm haa done me a great deal of good and I feel very thankful for it." l'or aaie uy u. maueiy, drugglat, Mont pelier, Vt. Relief in Six Eours. Dlstressinc kld- ney and bladder dlaeaaes relieved iu aix hours by the "New Great South American Kidney Cure." Thia now romedy is a great surprlBe on account of lts exceeding prompt- ness lu rellevlng paln in the bladder, kld- neys, back, and every part of the urinary passages in maie or lemaio. xt reueves re tentlon of water and pain in passlng it al inoHt immedlately. I( you want qulck ro llef and cure, tbls ls your romedy. Sold by Harry A. Slade, drugglst, 10 Stato street, Montpelier, Vt. Go to W. E. Terrill & Co.'s for the best tonlo laxative made, Baxter'a Mandrake Bitters: or, If in need of a llniment. Arnica and oll llniment wlll bo found ' Juat what it is recommended to bo while for a cough remedy Down'a Elixir haa won first placo ia tue connuence oi tue pnuuc uy sixty-iive yoara of conntaut use. Havo just received a freah supnly of these atandard family medicinea. Have also a full line ot all ar- tlclos uaually kept ln a urat-claas drug atoro. rrescriptions wui reoeive careiui attentlon. See notice of these remedles on page three. Thb playing of Sousa'a soul-stirring marches by hls own band is totally unlike tho playing of any other mualcal organiza tion, inasmuch aa the vlrile quallty aud maguetlsm of those compoalttona are only to bo compared to the playing ot Strauss1 waltz by Strauss hlmself. Sousa is the Strauss of America, and hls stlrring marches are found wherever the lovd of muslc pre valla. Other banda are occupylng the mu slcal fleld, but between them and Sousa there ia no rivalry. Sousa and hla band stand alone, in the eatlmatlon of tbe preBS and public, aa the peerlens leador and peer leas orgau'zation of its kind. If it roqulred an annual outlay of 8100 to iuaure a family agalnat anyserlousconso- auencea from au attack of bowel complalnt uring tho year, there are many who would feel it their duty to pay it; that they could not ufford to riak thrlr llves, and thoao of their family, for such an auiouut. Anyone can get this insurance for twenty-flve cents, that belng the price ot a bottle of Cham berlain'a Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhcoa Rem edy, In almost every nelghborhood Bome ono haa died from an attack of bowel com plalnt before modlolne could be procured or a physiclan Bummoned, One or two dosea ot thia remedy wlll curo any ordlnary caae. It nerer falla. Cau you atford to take tho rlsk for bo small an amount? For aale by C, Blakely, drugglat, Montpelier, Vt. Ilesolutlous ou tho Donth of Miss Glnra Mncumbpr. Whereas, It has pleased God, iu hta ln flulte wlsilom, to take from this life one whom wu havo honored aud loved, be it Iteioh'cd, That we at this time remeruber those vlrtues which have eunobled hor character, tho genorous and charitablo splrlt which haa over been manlfest, tho patlenco and cheorfulnosa ot her dally life, tho wllllngneas to help those who neodod help, aud abovo all the Clirlatlan faith, that streugthened and sustalnea her turough,. out her life. Iietolved, That thia aocloty haa loat u moat faithful and loyal member, oua who wlll ever bo rememberod as au oxamplo of truo Chrlatlanlty, Jtesolvetl, That our heartfelt sympathy be exteuded to hor family. Y. P. 8. 0, May 31, 1890. One uilnute ls tho staudard tlmo and Oue Minute Cough Cure is the atandard prepara tlon for overy form of cough or cold. It Ia the only harmlesa remedy that pioduces Im medlate reaults, W. E. Torrlll & Co., Montpelier, Vt. MONTPELIER AND YIGINITY. tiii: homis irjvi'jixitras ov ItAVS. Miss Giiacb IIouaiiTON ls 111. F. W. Moii3B and wifo aro ln Boaton. Miss Mauy G. Kanr la vialtlng ln St. Al lmna. Georoe B. Walton vlsltod last week ln Jericho. E. R. SitiNNRH ls aorioualy 111, throatenod with pnoumonia. A son was boru last week to Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Colton. Rrv. E. S. Fiskb of Waitsfield was ln town last Monday. Kimball Walmnu visited W. E. Vail at Burlington last week. Miss Helbn Prentiss of Sl. Albans was in town last Saturday. Mus. Gboimib M. Goss ls ruported dangor ously ill wlth poritonltls. Alukkt IIoldrn of Boston was the guost of G. W. Luco last week. Mits. Frank H. Winslow ls vlsltlng ln Woodstock for two weokB. Miss Grace Parker of Barre is working ln tho offlce of H. V. Kemp. Oscar Silvkr haa been vlsltlng in Bel lows Falls for a few daya past. Fred H. I'brht has recently been granted a patent on a Beil-olling journal. Ralph Blanfibd was at home over last Sunday from Darttnouth College. Alderman Weston ia Hteadily recovorlng from hls rocont dangorous lllnesa. Fred Chatman commenced work for H. A. Bowman last Monday mornlng, Btatb Auditor Halk and General W. H. Gllmore were in town last Monday. F. L. Laird has broken ground for a houso he is to orect on Berlin ntreet. Waurants havo been issued for the alaughtor of aeveral unllceused dogs. Madamb II. D. Hofkins is vlsltlng rela tlves ln the northern part of tho stato. A list of tho heavy tax-payors of thia city may be found ln another column. Mrs. W. D. Ciiandler ot St. Albans ia vlsltlng Mra. H. P. Welch, her aiater. H. A. Slade waa called to Sprlngfleld last Saturday by tho lllnesa of hla fatbor. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shat vlsltod las week at the homo ot Mrs. Shay in Chelsea. Peter Medleii and Aughtney Allard ot St. Albana were lu town ovor last Sunday. The marriage of D. WIIUs Cummina and Miss Mary Parker is to occur thia evening. Mr. and Mrb. Gkouoe Buainerd loft last Monday for Chtcago, to vlalt their daugh ter. James O'Neil of White Rlver Junctlon waa the guest of Rev. W. J. O'Sulllvan last week. Mus. J. F. Watbrman has given hor clasa of puplls ln muslc a vacation for the month of June. J. G. Brown and 0. H. Baldwln went to Greensboro ou Tuesday, returning ln the evening. Arthdr E. Lane has been appolnted east ern ugent of the Seattle Cedar Lumber Company. G. H. Wilder wont to Boston on Tues day to flll a brlef engagement with Wil liams' Band. Stillman Ciiasb returued last week from Nasbua, N. H., wnere he has been for several weeka. The interior of the clgar manufactory of Armur aiiou in uiaito uiock lsin tne lianils of tho painters. M. V. Chadwigk. clerk at the Exchanee Hotel, received notice last week of a re- lssue oi peualon. Sunday evening aervlces at the Church of the Messlah have been disoontinued un tll further notice. H. 0. Colton left laat Mondav on a west- ern trlp ln tho Intereats jf the Colton Manu- facturing Company. The quarterly communlonaervlce ls to be held in the Church of the Messlah next Sunday at4;30p. m. Tue Sunday-school connected wlth Trin lty church will observe " Childreu'a day " ou Sunday, June 14. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Daqqett of Boaton were the guests of L. Bart Cross during tneir siay in tuiB city. W. S. Sfencbr is at home for the sum- mer vacation trom tbe TJuion Theological ' .... 1 , .. I tr i Oanton Montfblieu of Odd Fellows went to Barre last Saturday to particlpate in tue paraue m tuat city. The Montpelier Semlnary base-ball team deleated tho St. Johnsbary Academy team an ai. jonusDury last oionuay. Mrs. E. E. Towner Is atill dangerously iu wnu peruonitia. .tie cuances ot recov' ery are nearly all against her. Harvby W. Brown, the postman, ls on hls anuual vacation of two weeks, a part of wnicu ue wui spenu in uoston. Mus. F. S. Thayer of Denver, Col., has boen vlsltlng W. E. and F. A. Adams, her urotiiers, uuring tlio past woex. Miss Gracb Bedard, who has been the guest of Miss Carrie Cross, returned to hor noine in ot. Aiuana on Tuesday. Gkohqk 0. Aluer left laat Mondav for another extonded trlp ln the lntereata ot the It. (j. Bowera Uranlte Company, A civil seuvicb examinatlon for tho no Bltlons of clerk and carrier wlll be held at tlie Eye Specialist, OAN 11K FOUND AT 1118 HOME OFFICK UN11L FUHTHElt NOTICE! No. 50 STATE STREET, MONTPELIER, VT. Call nnd havo your eyea exnmined by lliu new X llne, wh'ch nro boiiiR nsod with such great succpbs in New York cltv. By tliis nn tbod you nre suro to ri'ceivo Batis nction. Uundrcds of tostimouiuls. GRASH m LINEN SUITS, HOT WEATHER NECKWEAR, p7 just RKCUIVEO AT "f I. IJ'.RWKILL'. , : . si Thelandem Reversible Four-in-hand, String Ties, va. vis just the thing for a hot Grass Cloth and German Crash. Odd Vests in fancy patterns. TjCs?' Come and see them. HfrOf: Hfrifr Hf: tho post-ofllco next Saturday. Stophmi Has- urooK, rrauK uarvor anu AUna w. Badgor aro tho candldatcs. Miss Maroahet Dewey han irnnn t.n Northampton, Mass,, to atteud commonce mont exorclsoa at Smith Collogo. A. E. Niles la the newlv-olected un. nerintendeut of Trlnltv Church Sundav. achool, and C. D. Blrtol aectotary. Commbncino last Sundav. and untll fur ther uotico, tho Sunday ovenlug aorvlco at Chrlst church ls held at flvo o'clock. The largo storehouso of Peck Urotiiers. at tho rear of tho resldonco of R. K. Peck on Elm streot, ls practlcally completed, C. II. Hbaton. crand eenoralisBlmo. coes to St. Albans ou Thursday to lnsnect Lafav- otto Commandory, Knlghta Templar. Rbv. J. E, Wriqiit bas an apnolntmKnt to preach ln the Morso school-liouse, East Montpelier, next Sunday at 2: 10 r. M. Miss Sallie Oviatt ls salutatorian of the graduating class ot tho Hlgh School and Alisa uessio liowora tue vaicuictorian. The Ladles' Unlon wlll moet wlth Mra. Bertha Pitkin on Thursday aftornoon of this week. All aro cordlally lnvlted. Willard B, Lindsley of New York. a former clerk ln the post-ofllco, has beon vlsltlng In town during tho past, week. Mus. W. A. Btowrll returned last week from Omaha, Nob., whero aho has beon vls ltlng Mrs. Henry Farwell, her daughter. Thb monthlv meothic ot the Ladlos' Aid Assoclation wlll bo held this afternoon at two o'clock lu the hall ln Heaton Block. Mrs. R. M. Brewkii left on Tuesday for Cleveland, O,, to vlsit her daughter. Sho was accompaaled the.ro by her son, Huber. Mrs. Dr, J. E Macomdbu stlll remalns ln a partlally unconacloua state, wlth the cuances oi rccovery deciueuiy against ner Mis9 Mary B. Caulbton gave a Belect larty lan Saturday evening ln honor of Miss laud E. Popo, her cousln, of Oakland, Cal. Mus. Bellb Hkatii of Moretown ls carlne for Mrs. John S. Wllklns, her mother, who ls sertously 111 with dlsease of the kidneys. Thb work of lavlne the wall on the bank of the North branch at tho rear of the gar den of W. E. Adams waa completed laat weeK. Dr. K. Lonofellow Cleaveb la in Bos ton to attnnd the convontion of the Massa chusetts Dental Soclety, now ln session in uoston. A touchinq memorlal aorvlco for Miss Clara Macomber waa held by tho Bethany Uuristlan iiuueavor society last Biinuay evening. Rev. Walter Dole of Enfleld. N. H. formerly the Unlversallst pastor at Barrei oxchanged last Sunday with Rev. J. Ed- ward wrigut. Tiib Industrial School has closed for the annual vaoitlou. Mrs. Dlllon has charge of tho clothing ot the Bonevolent Assocla tion, as usual. Tue marrlace encaeement of Edward Platt Younu and Mlas Katherlne 0., daugh ter of Mr. and Mra. Carlos L. Smlth, lias been announced. Tue sewor on Colleco street latd last sea- son Is agaln causing trouble. Street Com- mlssloner Koberta la dlgglug lt up anu wui lower it soveral feet. The ceulal and welcomo features of George S. Hubbard are again seen on our atreeta at ter hls wlnter sojourn at St. Johns bury and in Connecticut. Tiik second of tho eerles of cames be- tweeu teams from Goddard and Montpelier semiuariea will bo played on the Semlnary campus on Saturday aftornoon. Hakry Worthen ls serlouBly ill with pneumonla. Miss Maud Worthen, hla aia ter, a nurse from Mary Hitchcock Hospltal, Hanover, N. H , is cariug for hlm. The republicans of Berlin will hold a caucus to eleo' delegates to the state con ventlon in Town Hall on Berlin slde next Saturday afternoou at half past two. Profeisou and Mua. S. J. Blanpied wlll attnnd tho commenceraent exerclsea at Wesieyan College, Delawaro, O., where their daughter Ethol ls to graduate. The clrcus bill-board In front of Armoiy Hall went down ia ihe hlgh rind of last Ratunlav. Llvelv hustllnB of the crowd standingon the adjacentstdewalk prevented inury to any one. The demnd for seats for the Sousa's Band concert from Barre, Waterbury, North- CCOKTINUED 0K FOURTII TAOK. Easily and choaply made at home, one bottle makes 5 gallons. It's mado from roots and herbs, no other "Just as good." WILLIAMS & CAKLETON CO., IURTiroiiD, CT. day. Men's Suits in Cuban "7 RIGHAR DSON THE LAHGEST AM) HANDSOMEST STOItE IN THE STATE. THE YOUNO LADY WHO GRAD UATES NEXT MONTH wlll Jwant new Dresses, new Gloves, new Hose, now Faus and a host of dalnty thlngs toinako tho occaslon moro charmlng. Thoro aro two ovnnta ln a girl's life whon sho graduates and when she marrles. For oither of theao wo have everythlug neodtul for the most elaborate trousseau. But the flrst is what wo wlah espocially to call your attentlon to. Wo havo all the dellcato makes of gooda aultable. The Sllka, the Limdowue'j, the Lawns and Organdlea, tho handsome Mus lins, and a great many other lovely clotbs that aro any of them just what you need. Klndly look our stock over. Rememher only tho uewest and latest aro to be found here, and our prices are the lowest. Lookers aa welcome as purchasers. MoKILLIP & SMITH CO. TIIK nlOIIAIIDSON DErAHTMKST STORES, Head of Church Street, . . Burlington, Yt. fSome People Think t that ten dollars is too much to T pay for a Summer Sult. We T don't think ho; but wo bave got suits to soll for S5, SO, 0.50, A 57.00, S8 and 89. The 88 and T 89 aults aro equal to a great T many 810 aulta. t Other People Think that a 8traw Hat is not worth keeping unless tt coata at least 81.00; but they have not seen our SO-cent atraw hata. tWe Think that we have an olegant lot of Summer Clothing, Summer Hata t 4 and Summer Farnishlnga for mon, anu n you wui let ussnow i you the gooda, we know t You Will Think T X that our pricea are remarkably low, and on tue prices we auau A all agree. T ADAMS The Clothier, 4 J60 State Street J iixiory Hall MONTPELIER, VT., Monday, June 8, 1896. SOUSA'S Peerless Concert Band! riFTY KMINKNT MUSICIANS. AMKIUCA'S SIAltClI KINO. John Philip Sousa CONDUCTOR. ItniLhl.lXT ASS1STIXQ ATITIST8; MISS M1NNIK TltACEY Soprano Mlt. AKTIIUll 1'llVOIt Trombono MISS MAHTINA JOIIN8TONE Vlollalat Roaerved Seats, 8100. Now on Salo at Ehle's Book Store, Montpelier, and Gould St Ntchola', Barre. Concert at 8:15 r. 11, Doora open at 7; 30. ABSOLUTELY FRICTIONLESS Bearinrjs on Boyd Bicycles xo oil xj:kied. H. L, Averill, Barre, Yt,, Agt.