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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1896.
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AVERILL, Barre, Vt. LEGAL H0HCE8. KSTAX1. OF WHITJIAN G. FKKRIN. STATK O? VERMONT, DIBTWOTOP WABUINOTON, SB. In Probato Court, lield at Montpelier, in and fot tald District.on the 5th day of June, A.I). 1896! An lnatrument purportlng to be the laat wlll and teatament of WIIITMAN O. FEIUIIN, late of Montpelier, In aald Dlatrict, deceaaed, being pre seuted to the Court for l'robate, lt la ordered by sald Court, that allpersonsconcerned therelnbenotl fled to appear at a aeaalon of sald Court, to bebeldat tlie l'robate Offlce In suhl Montpelier, on tlie 26th day of June, A.I). 18'KI, and aliow cauae, If any they roay have, agalnat the probate of sald Jnstru mentj for whlch purpoae It la further ordered tliat notlce of tlils oruer be publlahed three woeks suc ceaalvely In the Vermont Watehman A State Journal, a newapaper prlnted at Montpelier, In thla atate, prevloua to aald tline appointed for hearing. lly tho Court. Atteat, (4-06 IIIKAM OAKLETON, Judge. KSTATK OF IEItllII.L K. DODOE. STATE OP VERMONT, DI8T1UOT Olf WASHINGTON, 88. In l'robate Court, lield at Montpelier, ln and f 01 aald Dlatrict, on the 6tli day of June, A.I). 18161 Edgar A. Lambertou, Aumlulatrator of the eatate of JIKItltlLL K. DODUE, late of Marahfleld, ln aald Dlatrict, deceaaed, prosonts hla admln latratlon account for examluatlon and allowance, and makea appllcutlon for a decree of dlatrlbu tlon and parlltlou of tho eatate of aald de ceaaed. Whereupon, lt la ordered by aald Court tliat aald account and aald appllcatlon be refcrred to a aeaalon therenf, to be held at the l'robate OHlce, In aald Montpelier, on thr 27th day of June, A. 1), 18. tor hearlnir and de clalon thereoni And.lt la further ordered, that no tlce hereof be glvon to all peraona Intereated bj publlcatlon of tho aame three weeka aucceaalvely ln the Vermont Watehman iSlale Journal.n newapaper publlahed at Montpelier, prevloua to aaid tlme ap pointed for hearing, that they may appear at aald ilrae and place, and ahow cauae.lt any they mai have, why aald account ahould not be allowed, and uch decree inade. Hy tho Court. Atteat, 04-lttl IIIKAM CAKL.ETON, Judge. KSTATK OFSUSANA 1'LANDKIIS. Btatk of Vermont, dibtiiiut oit washington, bb, In l'robate Court, hold at Montpelier, In and for aald Dlatrict, on tho 8th day of June, A.I). 18'I6 L. llart Croaa, Admlnlatrator of the eatate of SUBAN A, FLANIIKKH, late of Montpelier, ln aald Dlatrict, deceaaed, preaenta hla admlulatratlon account for examluatlon and allowauce,and makea appllcatlon for a decree of dlatrlbutlon and partltlon of the eatate of aald deceaaed. Whereupou, lt la ordered by aald Court that aald account and aald appllcatlon be referred to a aeaalon thereof, to be lield at the l'robate Ofuce, ln aald Mont pelier, on tlie ntli day of June. A. D. lftm, for hearing and doclslon thereoni And.lt la further ordered, that notlce liereot be glveu to all peraona In terestod by publlcatlon of tho aame three weeka auo ceaaively ln the Vermont Watehman A State Journal, a newapaper publlahed at Montpelier, prevloua to aald tlme appoluted for hearing, that they may ap- f earat aald tlme and place, and ahow cauae.lt any hey may haye, why aald account ahould not be al lowed, and auch decree made. lly the Court. Atteat. 04 06 IIIKAM OAltLfcTON.Jndne. SUMMARY OF NEWS, Vermont. If odourIi is onoiiKli, why ttso too much? Moral; use leas soap by using "IlarinloBS." O. J. Ukll, tuaster of tho Stato Orange, has appolntod Saturday, Juno 27, as Ohil dron's day. OArxAiN Joun O. llorjKKR, fortnorly an ofllcer at Fort Etban Allen, dled laat Mon day at I'hlladolphia. IIo waa a hravo ofllcor and was fauious aB a llterary wrlter. Thk rosldonco of General S. M. Southard, at Castloton, with the barns, outbulldlUBS and oontents, woro burned to tho fjround last Thnrsday morntiic. Loss, S3,C0Oj par tlally lnsured. Tiik Stato Doard of Hoalth wlll hold ineetlnRS at Woodstock to-day, at Brattle boro on Thursday, at Burlington noxt Jlon day, at Rutland on Tuosday and at Ben nington on Wednesday. Pknsions recontly granted to Vermonters: Origtnal, Theodoro Southard of Rutland; Incroaso, John Higbes of Montgomery; Le roy li. Bord of Brattleboro; origlnal, wid own, eto., reinsuo, Juno N. Cofilu of West Top.fliaui. Thk butter tub faotory of Nolson, Hall Ss Oo. at Montgomery, with the saw-mlll, barns and sheds, tho season's atoek of lura ber and sixteou tenemont houses wero do Btroyed by flre last Frlday. Slxty mon aro thrown out of einploymont and sixteen famlllcs aro bomeless. Loss, 510,000; Insur ance, 810,000. IIuon IIbnhy, chalrman of tho flnance committee of the Soldiers' Home at Ben nington, has closed a coutract to crect a throo-story, forty-foot addltlon to tho east wlng of tho main dormltory. Thls wlll ln creasu tho slze of the dlnlng-rootn and add tweuty-flvo new roomn. The preaent dor mltory roof wlll be ralaed, maklng a Man aard and increasing tho helght of I the rooma on tho thlrd iloor. Work wlll bo commenced at once. TiiKannual parade, for drlll, disclpllne, inBpectlon and revlew of the seotion of ar tillery of Norwich Univoraity, prescrlbed in Section 4417, Vermont Statutea, wlll be held at Northfield, June 15, 10, 17, 18 and 19, 1800. Brigadler-General Julius J. Eatey, V. N. Gy and Oaptain Herbert E. Tuthorly, Firat TJnited Statea cavalry, assistant inspector general, wlll lnapect the troops, and the latter wlll make report upon the condition of the command at the close of tho encampment. If enough ls enough, why use too inuch? Moral: use less soap by using " Harmless." Domcstic. Thk general rellef fund for the tornado Bufforera at St. Louls,has reached 8200,000. The fund committee will close Its work to day, turnlng over the fund to the rellef committee. The latter will contlnuo to act until overy ouo deservlng ald is past want. About, 840,000 has been recelved by the St. Louis rellef committee, princlpally from outaide sourcea, Mns. James G. Blainb has declded to have tho body of lier husband moved from Oakhlll Cemetery, Washington, to Augusta, Me. Tho body of her eldest aon, Walker, will also be taken there. Mrs. Blaino has decided to make her homo in Augusta for the reat of her life, and instead of havlng the bodles burled in the famlly lot iu For eat Hill Cemetery haB purchased threo acrea on the brow of a plcturesque hill ovor looklng tho city for tboir flnal reatlng-place. It ls a aite commandlug a magnitlcent view of the aurrounding country. The re moral will bo made at au early date. John Hay, assistant editor of the San FranciBCo Journal of Commerce, waa ahot by Mrs. R. H. McDougallinalodclng-houae laat Monday night. Tho woman then ahot heraelf twice ln the breast and explred al most immedlately. Hay waa taken to a hospital, where he dled in a few minutea. He had been intlmate with Mrs. McDou gall, but desired to end tlioir intlmacy, and when he informed her ahe became vlolontly enraged and, eeizing a piatol, Bhot him througb the breast. Mrs. McDougall was the wife of R. H. McDougall, a Ohicago commercial traveler. Ten years ago ahe was well known in the thoatrfcal professlon, being at that time a member of the McKee Rankin Company. She was also a deteotlve in the TJnited Statea secret aervice depart ment. Forelgu. OFFiciAti reporta from the recent terrible disaater at Moscow ahow that 3,873 personB were killed and that 4,000 othera were in jured. Tub London Times had a dispatch laBt Thursday from Athens whlch Bays that tele grams from the island of Creto lndicate a atate of anarchy in the whole western por tion of the island. In numerous vlllagea the Turka are besleged by tho insurgent ChristianB. Wherever the Mohammedans are ln a majority they plunder and murder the Chriatians. The soundg of battle in the vlllagea are dlatinctly heard on board the warahlpa in Suday Bay. Tub anarchists have resumed thoir activ lty at Barcelona, Spain. Last Sunday night a bomb was exploded while a religlous pro ceaBion waa taklng place and aeveral per aona were killed. Tlie outrage has caused the greateat excitement. The authorlties and rt-eet'DB 8Ub9en' ? ','.a exploslon, - -.uiveuto take etifergetlo meaaures to Q'itovor the authors of the crime and to prevent further outragea. Thla ia the aec ond outrage, or attempted outrage, wlthln a few days. During a religlous procesBion on the feaat of Corpus Christi a bomb waa found in a dust heap near the cathedral. It waa evidently the Intention of those who placed the bomb where lt waa found to kill or maim some of those Itaking part ln the proceaaton. A number of anarchlata have been arreated, but aa yet there ia no posl tlve proof that any of them caused the ex ploslon. Six peraona wero killed by the ex ploslon and twenty-four wounded. Congresslonal Procecdlngs. Saturday, June G. In the senate Mr. Vest of Mlaaouri made a vlgoroua plea for publio buildlnga at the new capltala. Mr. Platt of Connecticut thought the aenate ahould take a flrm staad in inslstlng on all proper publlc improvements. Thia govern mont was not going lnto bankruptcy. After all the talk, there waa a good deal of money in the treasnry, perhaps lmproperly raiaed by bondB, but nevertheloas there. After further debate iu favor of the need of fed- eral bulldlngs, the senate conferrees were inBtructed to lnsist on all the publio bulld lng items. To etnphasize tho instance, an aye and nay vote waa taken, resulting 68 to . Mr. Ilile presonted a couference report on the naval appropriatlon bill whlch flxed the number of battleshlpa at three, and S425 per ton the maximum prlce of armor. After a long dlaciiBslon the couference re port was disagreed to by a vote of 21to22. Speakur Reed laid before the liouae the prexidunt'a message vetolng the general dellulency blll. Tlie blll waa passeil over the voto by a vote of 172 to 43. Monday, The new general deflcloncy bill waa, after some dlscuaaton, paaaed ln the aenatu as lt came from thu houso. 1 In the hoiiHO a apecial deflcloncy bill, pro vldiug for the pay of the aalariea of mem bera aeated by the liouso and for aeveral other mattora, was paaaed undor auspen alon of tho rulus; ftlao a blll to ostabllsh a aite for the orection of a penitentlary at Kort Leavenworth, Kau. The aouato jolnt resolution, authorlzlng a Bcleutltlo ln vestlgatlon of tho fur aeal llslierles, waa adopted, The senato blll amoudiug tho act for the protectlon of tho saltnon llsliorlos of AlaBka waa paaged. Tho aenate blll up. proprlatlng 815,000 for the payinent of the awards of the commlaalou appointed to re port on tho damage resulting from lujurles lnfllcted by the exploslon of a calsson be louging to the Second Uulted Statea arttl lery during the Chtcago rlots occasloned aome debate. The bill waa defeated, 80 to 100. BE A WELL WOMAN ! Only One Remecly that Will Make You So, Paine's Celery Coiiiponiiil! Why not be a well woman thla aprlng? There are women who cannottolorato the amalleat negloot about the houao, who too often take no care of their health. They should uso theae precious June days for gotting Btrong and well by taking Palne'a celery compound the greateat of all aprlng remedles. Mlss El8io M. Brown of 2 Leeda Street, Dorchoater, Mass , whoae pictnro Is given above, writea aa follovra: "Four or flve yeara ago I BUffored with dreadful palna In my back (owing to my kidneya), so much so that night after night I could not cloao my eyea, and what few houra' aleep I did get, I could be heard moaning and toBaing, ahowlng that even in my aleep I suffered pain. At times I would have more pain than uaual over my left hlp, and when waking in the mornlug lt would be all I could do to stretch my limb down atraight, aa there would be a drawlug and a TOWN CORRESPONDENCE, ITEDIS OF IXTEJtEST-1'mtSON.lT, AXD QEXEItAIi. Waitsfield. A. W. Savage from Richmond was iu town on Saturday and Sunday. Frank Brown and wife of Waterbury were at A. W. Bigelow'a on Sunday. Lawrence Kelty, Carl Haaelton and Frank Eaton wero at Montpelier on Saturday. John Rlchardaon of Richmond waa with hla brother, A. F. Richardaon, over Sunday. Ten from thla place were at Montpelier on Thuraday to attend tho meetlng of the Epworth League. Charles Clay and wife returned on Satur day from a three weeka' vlalt with his pa ronts and frlends ln Ludlow and victnity Children'a day will be observed at tho Methodist church next Sunday. A fine programme haa been prepared. All are In vited. Ttie membera of Valley Lodge of Odd Fellowa are to attend church in a body on Sunday, June 21, at the Methodist church. Let every member meet at their hall at ten o'clock A. M, The offlcera (f Mad River Lodge, No. 77, F. anu A. M.. for tho year are aa followa: JChn Ferria, W. M.j O. A. Preutiss, S. W.; R. W. McAHIator, J. V.j John Maxwell, treasurer; O. Q. Eaton, socretaryj James R. Dale, 8. Dj i. K. iTentls, J. i).; is. u. job lln, S. 8.; W. W. Howe, S. 8.; O. M. Rlch ardaon, chaplaln; W. W. McAllister, mar ahal; C. S. Dana, tyler. A. L. Woostek, a promlnent cltlzen of Osseo, Mioh., after autTerlng excruclatingly from pilea for twenty yeara, waa cured ln a Bhort tlme by uaing DeWltt's Wltch Hazel Salve, an abaoluto cure for all ekin diseaaes, More of thla preparatlon ia uaed than all othera comblned. W. E. Terrill & Co., Montpelier, Vt. Waterbury. The village achools have closed, after a very auccesaful year. If enough la enough, why uae too much? Moral; uae lesa Boap by using " Ilarmleas." The Shepard famlly gave'a pleasing en tertainment at the Opera Ilouse laat Thura day evenlng. The volce of the people In thls village un mlatakably favor the builillng of a new Bchool-houBe. Several of our people attonded the Souaa Band concert at Montpelier Monday even lng. It waa the muslcal event of the aeason. Rev. A. J. Covell and S. R. Parker are delegatea to the annual atate conventlon of Congregatlonal churches now helng held ln Bradford. The Congregatlonal Sunday-school wlll ohserve Children'a day with approprlate aervlcea next Sunday evenlng at 7:30 o'clock. AU are cordlally Invlted, A caucna for the electlou of threo delo- Satea to the republican atate conventlon to e held at Burlington, June 17, wlll he held at Village Hall next Saturday at two o'clock r. m, Children'a day was celebrated by the young people of the Methodist church laU Sunday eveulng. The exerclaes were very lnterostlng and were enjoyed by a large audlenoe. The funoral of Thoinas McQrath was hold at St. Andrew's church last Frlday. Mr. McQrath was aeventy-three years old, waa long a resldent of thia place and was highly respected. Rev. Ilarry V. Selby la conductlug a se rlca of religlous meutlugs at Stowo Forka, whlch begau laat Sunday, and wlll cou tiuue aB long aa the iutereat maulfested warranti, eaoh week day evenlng at 7;30 o'clock and Sundaya at the uaual hours. It ls rumored that wo have in our inldst an aapirant for the posltlon of llouteuant- overnor. If lt la a fact, wo tegret that the rst place on the tluket waa not aelected by him. With his ablllty and popularlty trembling of the corda, Besidea auch tor ture, Ibegan to bloat a great deal. "After aufToringfor somo tlme, a frlend advlsed me to try I'aine's celery compound. I can trnthfully aay that after uslng four bottles I waa cured; not helped, but cured." If you have any doubt at all these apring days about your health if neuralglc twiugea, kidnoy troubles, dlzzy gpells, Indl gostion or hcart palpltatlon show thom selvoa, don't walt for plalner warnings. Make a clean sweop of all these alimentB from the syatem. It ia eaaleat to do that now. Take Paine's celery compound when tho system ls most rosponslve to its cleanslng, atrengthenlng Influence. An Improved appetlte, Bound digeation, unlnterrupted aleep, and an energotic con dition, are the reault of taking Palne'a celery compound. among the massea, he could easlly have dia tanced both Stickney and Grout. Mark Moody ia olT duty audauCfering with mumps. Mra. C. O. Warren is in Bradford, Mass., to attend the graduating exerciaea-of her daughter Katherine. Mrs. Cook returned from the hospital at Burlington last Saturday. Did you ever thlnk how readily the blood Is poisoned by conatlpatlon? Bad blood moans bad health and premature old age. DeWItt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pllls, overcome obstinate conatlpatlon. W. E. Terrill & Co., Montpelier. Vt. Waterbury Center. The Ladies' Ald Society will meet with Mra. M. 8. Eddy on Thursday afternoon of thls week. Rev. and Mra. M. S. Eddy and Agnes Paul attended the Epworth League conven tlon at Montpelier laat week. The recital given by Ernest S. Newoomb at chapel hall, laat Frlday evenlng, waa well leceived by a very large and apprecl ativo audience. The teachera and atudenta of the sem inary vlslted Bolton Falla last Saturday, enjoying a delightful ride, through the courtesy of 8. W. Guptil. Next Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. G. Waterman of St. Johashury will give a public address in chapel hall, and Wednei day evaning tho publio rhetorloals will be held, to both of whlch the publlc are in vlted. The Freewlll Baptist nuarterly meeting will be held bere next Frlday, Sat urday and Sunday. A. K. Smalley and. wife, with Mrs. W. H. Shepherd, spent aeveral days last week in Warren. ' Byron Palmer and Ernest Strong of Waitsfield were at W. H. Shep herd'a laat Saturday and Bunday. Mra. C. C. Marshall was thrown from a buggy near E. R. Towne's, last Saturday, and quite aeriously injured, her nose being broken and her face badly cut. 1 Lucla Smlth went to Andover. N, H., laat Wednes day, to viait her sistor, Mary Smlth, who Is a teacher ln the Proctor Academy at that place. Mra. E. A. Newcomb, with her sona, Arthur and Otto, vlslted frlends In Barre last week. Mrs. M. Robson and daughter, Mlrtam, of Salem, Mass., are visltlng frlends in this place for a short tlme. Mra. J. G, Smlth of Whitefield, N. n la visltlng her mother, Mra. Calvin Moulton. Mrs. Fred Floof and two chlldren, of Stowe, vlslted her mother, Mrs. Alger, last week. Several from thia place attended the funoral of A. A. Warren in Stowe laat Sun day. ; Mra. Alonzo Hart accompanted her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Seaver, to Sprlng field, Mass., laat Thursday. , Mra, Sarah Cheuoy and Mra. Keatlng were at A. II. Cheney'a, ln Stowo, laat week. Frank Bryan waa home from Montpelier laat Sunday. O. 8. Hopkina waa called to Montpelier, laat Saturday, by the illness of his son, Ilarry D,, who 1b a stu dent at tho Montpelier Semlnary. Onb minute Is the atandard timo and One Mlnute Cough Cure ia the atandard prepara tlon for every formofcough or cold. It la the only harmlesa remody that ptodncos lui medlate resulto. W. E. Terrill & Co., Montpelier, Vt. Williamstown. A son was born laat week to Mr.and Mrs. Forroat Seaver. 0 Dr. and Mra. Elam C, Lewia of Rutland aro visltlng ln town. Tracy L. Jeffords of Washington, D. C, la hereaboutu for a few daya, Rev. J. N, Perrln exchanged last Sunday with tho Congregatlonal miuiater of Berlin, Out-worma have vlrtually destroyed a cornfleld of three or four acres for Norman G. Davls. MIsh Annette E, Edsou goea, thls weok, to Melrose, Mass., as the guest of Mrs. M. J. White and for treatuient of her eyes iu an inilrinary In Boatou. Mra. Alice Cooley of Waterbury waa called bere last week by tho sickuess of her little uiece, Marjorle Duffns. The latter, at thla wrltlng, la convalescent. The ault agalnat I. O. RobinBon by II. II, Martln, for assault, aeetua aure of a hearlng In tho present torm of onr county court, alnco both sldes are eager for lt. A nursu of upwarda of 840 has boen made up largoly if not wholly among hla follow granlto workors for Segee Moore, for montha past an lnvalld from lung troublo. Willlam I'ratt and Wlll Plrle went to Greensboro Pond, last woek, and brought home upwarda of thlrty pounda of drojsod trout. Tho largoat weighod over three pounda. Chlldron'a day wlll bo obsorved at the Congrogatlonal and tho Mothodiatchurchos next Sundav, It Is hoped that arrange monta may be made for one of these two servlces to bo held ln the evenlng, Scgee Moore, whoae lung troublo forblds work at the granlte sheds, has been plan nlng to vlalt hla parents ln northern Mln nesota, hoplng tho change may bo henefl clal. He may start on his trlp thls week. There ahould he a full turnout of ropubll can votora at the caucus at Town Hall next Saturday evonlng. Delegatea aro to be ohoaen to the ropubllcan atate and dlatrict conventlons and a town committee ls to be electcd, Wo wero recently ln conversatlon with a resldent of Colorado, who tella ua there Is qulte an antl-free-coinago elemont In that state, but it saya little becauae of tho itn popularlty of the Bontlmont. Their Influ ence may, howevor, be felt at the ballot box. The sad nowa comes from Boydon, Iowa, of tho death, May 14, of Mra. Martha D, Conner, wlfo of John M. Work, after an Illness of two wooks, Her ago was slxty four. Hor husband and slx of her seven chlldren survlve her. A Boyden papor pays her a warm trlbuto as a worthy woman. The annual Congregatlonal conferenco of Orange county, held here last woek, was well attended. The sermon was preached by Rev. J. P. Demerltt of Tunbridge. Want of spaco forblds an extenslve report of all tho good work of the conventlon. Perhaps two or throe of tho most Interesting features of the oocasion wore the addresses of Mlss Sarah R, Cummlngs of Strafford, who has been a teacher in South Africa, and Rev. J. K. Browne, for years past a mlsslonary at Harpoot, Turkey; also a paper by Mrs. (Rov.) B. B. Sherman of Chelsea, on tho posslbilitlea of "Woman's Mlsslonary Work." Some flne muslo was furnished by our quartette cholr. In aplte of the hard times lt ia wondorful how money la being drawn out of our clti zens, by outslderB coming in with ono or another schemo to get it. It is claimed that 8150 to 8200 have recently been taken out ln sums of 85 each by a young man rep reaentlng a co-operative company in Boatou, organlzed to furniah gooda below ordinary prlcea aaked for them at home. Ghicago has lately been represented bere by a lady canvasser golng from house to houBe, sell lng clothlng, etc. Now lf all or any of these achemes can or do prove, on the whole, a beneflt to the place, lt wlll be a pleaaure to publlah tho fact when shown lt. While as yet we have beard of no beneflts, we have heard of somo very sore feollngs from these thlnga. Eczbma ls a frlghtful afllictlon, but, llko all other akln disoasea, it can bo porma nontly cured by applicationa of DoWitt'a Wltch Hazel Salve. It nevor falla to cure puea. w. E. Terrill ss Co., Montpelier, Vt. Middlesex. There waa no water runnlng over the vnea uain ior several uaya last week. Mr. and Mra. E. E. CampbHlI apent last Snnday with tho parents of Mr. Campbell at Braintree. Tho " helght " in " lovors' lane " has been blaated off to lower the road andunable the drawing of larger loads over that place. W. G. Scott, for somo tlme atationed at tno lron brlMge uolow Waterbury, finlshed hla dutles there last week and returned to Mlddloaex, where he haa aasisted Mr. Campbell during the latter'a absence. The present outlook indicates that the republlcans in their caucua to-morrow will elect Stickney delegatea to the state conven tlon, and it Ia hoped that a clnb wlll be or ganlzed. Lot there be a large attendance. Accordlng to our older resldents, the present condition of the farmlng lndustry soema to be critlcal. The outlook for a good hay crop 1b anything but pleaaing, while produce sells for so low a prlce that lts productton coats more than the lncome derived; and were lt not for the expeoted change In natlonal affalrs the coming sea aon farms In this section could almost bo given away. Tounq mothers dread the summer montha on account of the great mortality among chlldren caused by bowel troubles. Perfect Bafety may be aaaured those who keep on hand DeWltt'a Collo and Cholera Cure and adminlater lt properly. For cramps, bllloug collc, dyaentery and dlarrhcoa lt affords ln stant rellef. W. E. Terrill & Co., Mont pelier, Vt. Moretown. The Shepard famlly gave a eoncort at the Town hall laat week. There waa a full at: tendance. The Ladies' Glicle wlll meet with Mra. Henry Parcher thls (Wednesday) afternoon and evenlng. All are Invlted to attend. Mra. O. S. Hulburt and daughter are vis ltlng in Topsham. I. W. Hill and wife of Warren were in town laat week vis ltlng frlenda. H. O. Ward ia having hla grist-mill, saw-mlll and tenement houses painted, PrentlsB Olark doing the work. Soutb Woodbury. A. M. Benjamln lost a valuable ahoat last week. Nlneteen from thla place attended the oounty conventlon held at Plainfield last Wednesday. Children'a day wlll be observed next Sunday, with apeaklng and ilnging from the Sunday-school, ln place of the morning aervice. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Tassey vlslted rela tlvea in Calais over Sunday. 1 Leo Goodell haa taken the job of flnlshlng up Caleb Sabln's new barn. Mrs. H. B.. Benjamln and grand-daughter Grace aro spendtng the week at H. B. Arbuckle'a in Barre. Worcester. Children'a day Is to be observed Sunday, June 21. W. A. Lord and F. A. nowland of Mont pelier addressed the republlcans last Satur day night. All who attended were well pald. E. W. Vall and K. M. Walllng vlalted H. D.Vail laat Sunday. Carrol and Cora Lance vlslted Dr. Lance last Sunday. Leouard Bruce has bargained for a part of the farin on whioh he now llves, Mr. and Mra. Willlam Burrlll vls lted their daughter ln Middlesex last weok. Onb swallow doos not make aprlng, but ono Bwallow of Ono Mlnute Cough Curo bringa rellef. W. E. Terrill & Co., Mont pelier. Vt. BIRTHS. In Chelsea, June 2, a son to Mr. aml Mrs. John 1). Jtacon. MARRIAGES, In llrooklleld, May 30, by Itev. (1. II. Morae, JVlllle A. Dummore of Clielaoa fo Cora K. Durkee ot Tuu brldK. In Montpelier, June 3, by Hey. A. II, Wjbb, D. Wlllla Cummlna of Kalt Montpelier to Mary 12. Parker of l'lalnfleld, In Marshfield, at the paraonaRO, by ltev. H, (1, I.ewla, Wlllle N. Marali of Cabot to Ilattle I.. llopklua ot Woodbury. In Waterbury, June 3. at the homo of the brlde, by Itev. W. M. Newton, tlrant O, Kuaaell to lleulah Z. Watta, both of Waterbury, DEATHS, InClieliea, JuneS, Nathan Urout Hale, 81 yeara 10 montha and 12 daya, In Chelaea, Juno 5. lleiale Uveljn, youiiKeat chlld ot Eira W. and l'annle K, llood, 1 yeara auiVil daya. A NEW POLISHINC be bright and clean from collar to attic. Theso Polishing Dustors aro mado of a pure undyed cloth with a soft pilo surface, and will polish without scratching tho finest sur faco, leavo no fluiT or lint, absorb ing dust in a reinarkablo mannor, will outwoar any chamois or wash leathor, remain as good as new when washed, and nevor become greasy. Each Duster is marked " Selvyt," and is made in squares hommod ready for uso. What Well-Jcnoivn Cycle Miders Say. J. II. COCKEH, the well-known long-dlatance rlder from Sheffleld, wrltess " 1 am partlcularly pleaned wltli Selvyt. lt la the beat materlal for keeplng both tho brlRht and enam ollcd parts of a machlne clean that I have tiled." W. II. WILSON, 1W mllea champlon of the North, alao holder of tho 100 mllea Northern Rccord, wrttca, nnderdato of September 29, 1S9I, from 115 NewRate Strect, lllahop Auckland: " Oentlemen, I have nreat pleaaure ln recomraend Ing your Selvyt polUhlni; cloth for cleanlntr blcyclea platlng, etc. I have uaed many thlnga, but nover found anything ao uaeful and Iiandy as Selv t. There la nothlng to beat lt for cleanlng prlzoa, cups, etc, and with very little troublo I have got platlng to look per fectlon. Selvyt la bonnd to have a very largo aale among cycllata and the general publlc. Wlshlug you overy aucceaa, I remain, youra rcspectfully, ' W. II. WILSON." BUSINESS NOTICES. Mh. James Pebdok, an old soldler reald lug at Monroe, Mlch., waa aeverely alllicted with rheumatlam, but recelved prompt re llef from pain by UBlng Cbamberlaiu'a Pain Balm. II e saya: " At tlmea my back would ache ao badly that I could hardly rlse up. If I had not gotten rellef I would not be here to wrltu theae few liuea. Chamber laln'a Pain Balm haa done me a great deal ot good and I feel very thankful for it." Kor salo by C. Blakely, druggist, Mont pelier, Vt. If lt roquired an annual outlay of $100 to lnsure a famlly agalnat any BorlouB conse nuencea from an attack ot bowel complalut during the year, there are many who would feel it their duty to pay it: that they could not afford to risk their llves, and those of their famlly, for auch an amouut. Anyone can get thia luaurance for twenty-flve centa, that being thu prlce of a bottle of Cham berlaln's Collc, Cholera and Dlarrhcoa Hem edy. In almoat evory neighborhood some one haa dled from an attack of bowel com plalut before lnedictne could bo prooured or a phyalcian suran oued. One or two dosea of thia remedy wlll cure any ordinary east). It never falla. Can you altord to take tho rlak for ao stnall an amount? For aale by C. Blakely, druggist, Montpelier, Vt. Lacx of vltallty and color-matter ln tho bulbs causes tha halr to fall out and turn gray. Wo recommeud Ilall'a Halr Be newor to prevent baldneaa and graynesB. Tiiuly, tho gentlemau'a friond ia Dr. Lo Brun'a Q. & Q. Curo. At atoro or aont by niall, one dollar. Loater II, Qreeno, drug glat, Montpelier, Vt., solo agent. With tho blood full of humora, the heated term la all the more oppniBslve. Qlve the ayateiu a thorough cleanslng with Ayer's SarBaparllla and a dose or two of Ayer's CLOTH Ai DUSTER Should bo in tho hands of evory housekeopor, wuitross nnd houso lirnid, for polishing and dusting ovorything llmt should havo a brilliantly bright, polishod and oloan surfaco, from tho door-knobs to tho brass bods, tho windows to tho skylights, from tho sideboard to the bodroom chairs, from the most valuablo plato to tho smallest spoons, from tho daintiost china and glass to tho kitchonware; everything, in fact, that should J. OrtEEN, 5,25 and 50 mllei lllcycle Champlon of Kngland, writea from Newcaatle-on-Tyne, September 26, 18M: " Gentlemen,1 have had tho Selvyt Cloth thoroughly toated on my Hlcyclea, alao on tho Sllver Cupa aml troplilea whlch I have won, and found It far auperlor to anything I havo ever uaed beforo for keeplng them clean and glvlng a hlgh polish. Youra truly, "J. UBEEN." ARTIIUlt GREAVES, holder of the 25 mlles Irlsh Champlonahlp, writea, Octobcr 1, 1894: "Ihave thoroughly tested 'Selvyt' and flurt that for cleaning Cyclesand Sllver Itls far supertor toanythlna: I had previoualy uaed. Youra truly. "AltTmin OHEAVE8." FOR SALE BY GEORGE E. TAPLIN, CORNER STORE, MONTPELIER, VERMONT . . FOR A . . SUMMER ST0VE JO.N'T FAIIj TO SUE TIIEI "RELIABLE" New Process! AT BARR0WS & PECK'S Pllla, and you will enloy aummer as never before in your life. Just try thla for once, and you'U not repent lt. A 82.50 pen, gold, aold for 81.00. A flrst claas pen in every respect. In use in thls offlce and its excellence provod. Every pon guaranteed. By mail, poatage pald. Address Watehman Publlshing Company, Montpelier, Vt. For full particulars, aee advertiBement on page six. Sleeflessness, mental depreasion, loss of momory and all norvoua dlseajes cured by Dr. E. O. West'a Nerve and Braln Treat meut. One dollar per boxj alx for $5.00. Cure guaranteed. L. II. Qreene, Montpelier, Vt., sole agent. Powebfui. aalineand other drastlo purga tlves .should be Istrictly avolded, except in extreme cases. When an aperlent is called for, take Ayer's Pllls. They reatore uatural actlon by tmpartlug streugth and toue to the boweU, and their naets always attended with good reaulta. EVEHYTitiNQ ln the drug and medlciue liue promptly furnlshod at the new Will lamatown drug atore, Fred A. Ainsworth, proprietor. In addltiou to tho ataplea. a specially.prepared, thoroughly.rellablo llno of Ilypopbosphites, Saraaparlllaa, Nerve Fooda, Hlttora, Cod Livor Oil Emulalons, etc, at popular prlcea, alwaya on hand. Sowlug-machine auppllea a Bpoclalty. Glve him a call. Heliev in Six IIodhs. Dlatreaalng kid nuy and bladder dlaeaaea relieved in six lioura by the " Now Great South Auierlcau Kidney Cure." Thla new remedy ia a great aurpriBe on account of Itsexceedlng prompt neaa ln relleviug pain iu the bladder, kid neya, back, and every part of the urlnary paaaages ln male or female, It relleves ra tentlon of water and pain ln passlug it al moat Immediately. If you want qulck re llef and cure, thls la your rotnedy. Sold by Harry A. Slade, druggist, 10 State atreet, Montpelier, Vt.