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VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. 18ftR.
5 showed tlio enicloncy ol tlioao who tralnod tliom. Tlio ladlos of thoUnlvorsallBt cliuroli held a iuaaq.uorado noclablo at Nathnn Harrlng ton's on Wodtiuaday ovoning. It wns well attended, aud thoru woro many pleaalng COHtlllUeB. Mrs Henrv Qulmby lias roturnod to lier liomoln Boston. Tlio funorul of Mrs. Ilonry Upton wns hold at her homu last Mnnilnv. Mrs. Worcestor of Ulst Montpelier 18 vialtlng nor sons, uohu 1J......1 ttmtt.... W.... .U(t..i1 tn Plllltl. l'red. tf uiinii. Ai.ru Tinnuu - ...... flnld lnHt. U'nnlr. : : Mrs. Frod Moars nnd Wllllo Mears go tbls weok to Norton, wlioro Mt. MearB Ih ut work. : Sabin Miles has returned from his sunmier work at tlio Fabynn Houbi', Whlto Muiiutnliia. Carl Huho has moved his fatnlly lnto tlio Fred Meara toiieniont. You'll use one-thlrd less of Ilarmless Soap. Kust Iturro. Mrs. E. E. Beoves of Lacoula, N. II., U vlaiting at Itev. A. A. Suiith's, W. E. Dow conimencod work on tlio cel lar for anotlior Iiouho on Monday last. II. I Chenoy Ih havlng a rooiu tlnlilied off in bls muat markot, wlilcli la soou to bo occupied as a reataurant. Mra. Sarah Waterman. wlfo of Goorgo W. Waterman 6f tlds placo, dled on tbo 14th Inst. after a painful illnesa. Slio was born in Barre, Kebruary 11, 1830, and was tho oldest daughtor of Samuol and Ablgall Carpontor Klmball. Slio was llberally edu cated, attendlng tlio acadomles at Thetford, Nowlmry and Hradford. Hor tnarriago oc curred lu ISTd, and hor lite haa moatly been apont sinco that time on tho farm at East Barre. Mrs. Watoruian was ln many wavs b suporior wotnau. Sho commauded tho rospect and osteetn of all who know her by tho forco of hor Intelllgonco, her rcady wlt, nnd many rare qnalltioH of head and hoart. Although eho wa no Btranger to paln and Bufferlng, hor cbeorfulneBS was proverblal atnong her frlonda, and sho was alwajs ouiluently soclal, and appreclated and on joyod the companlonship of hor neighbora and frlenda. She haa been a tnember of tho Congregational church at Barre slnco 1801, and a constnut attendant thero untll falling lioaltb compellod hor abaonce. Iler last days ozhlblted her patience and reslgna tion, and her pathway to tbe gravo waa smoothed by tbe Iovlng hands and conBtant caro of her husband and aon, who are left to mourn tbe Iobb of a deroted wlfo and a klnd, lndulgent mother. You'll ubo oiie-tlilnl lesa of Hannlosa Soap. Bradford. Hon. H. C. McDuffee haa been at Corinth for a few days, attendlng a court at that place. P. B. Charnberlaln and famlly have moved to tholr new rpiarters, the L, J. Brown resl deace, recently purchaBed by Mr. Ohamber laln's brotber, who la in feeble health. A. It. Ilobba, of tbe firm of A. It. Hobbs & Son of I'elbam, N. II., haa been ln town tbe past few days, and, in coninany witb M. G. Flandors, haa bought a carload of cowa of extra qtiallty and grade. They were Bhlpped laat Monday morning. It ia gen erally conceded that Mr. Ilobba ia one of tho very beat of judges of stock. A republican rally bas been advortiBed for the 23d of thlH mouth, and two proml nent Bpeakera have been engagod, one of tliom, John G. Orawford, who spoke tbere elght yeara ago, belug one. Quite a delega tlon from Bradford wont over at that tluie. He Ia a very able speaker, and thero is no doubt that many of our townapeople will liear hlm this time. Onr town and county havo again beou lionored by the appolntment of T. A. Cliaso as-chairman of coramltteo on mllitary affalrs. Tbe poaitlon ia one of importance, yet, with tho ability of Mr. Chaae and the holp he will receive from other members of the committee, tho military affaira will bo transaotod in tlin proper way. The town of Verchire may well feel proud of tho ap polntment of thelr reapected citizen, S. IS. Darllng, as chairman of tbe committee on Btate's priaon. Brookllold. The Urookfleld boya had 'their annual Bqulrrel-hunt and Biipper laat Saturday. Ladd & Illodgott had a clearance Bale of gooda at auotiou last Thnraday, and aro to havo another Halethia week. The Scbroeder famlly, who have occu pied tho Itaymond cottago tho past biiih mer, leave for thelr wiutor homo in Now York City thia woek. F. W. Newcomb, ngout of the Vermont ISible Sociotv. tiaa been cauvaaBlni: tlio town the past woek wlth refere nco to tbe Bupply of Uibles in town. The circular coulerence ol cliurclius ln thia vlclnity was held at tbe Second church on Tueaday of last week. The Hermon waa bv Itev. 11. S. Gilman, who haa receutly completed his theological courae of atudy ln Germany. Ilut few pastors woro present. aa aeveral wero ln attendance upon tbo Sunday-scliool convontiou at liurllngton. Several membera of tho Ohriatian En deavor Societr met with MIhb Mlnnio Olark laat Saturday aftornoon for the purpose of doiuc Bome mlsBlonary worK lor tlie tsea nian's Frii-nd Society, thelr intereat being awakened by the addresses of Misa Mary E. Frlnk, who apoko of tho work that waa belng dono by that Hoclety ln the First and Second churchea laat Bummer. Thelr work waa inaking comfort baga for the sailora, in eacb of whtch waa placed a Tnatament and varloua artlcles neceaaary for tbe comfort of tlio aeamen. MrB. F. J. Partrldge and MIsb MaryUp liam attendod tbe wedding of MIbb Rutli Tlie New Lile Opti Pollcy AND ENDOWMENT BOND IBSUKD 1IY T1IK National Life of Vermont IS -- IT'graiits ftolltl iirotfctlon upon mutUdl plana at tlio Inw est gUHrHHTfeil cnt. T)s lnitnedlntulr jinyHbluun jiroof of ilo.itli. or,also, tf h I ni.d, ut IIih riul of tlie iecllk'l lenn. IX irovlUH for iayini'iit nf tho tnsuraucu procceds on nrltton nriler of tlio Imureil, ITIa lncoiitestablo alter two enr from itato of Ibsuo. ITIs Rntninatlcally nou-forfeltablo, Bftor Uireo yonrn. for faco ainntinl. ITKiiaranitMisiiiost lllisral, onilorioil caili,palil-up and oiteiiilfil lnstiraiiOH valuea. 1T1 collatoral for lonm wlth tlio i:oinp.inr np to tlie lliolt neciirod liy tlio Kiiarautccd casli value, IT.pattlclpaii'i ln nrplua ilUtrlliiilloua aa ok'cted liy tlio liolder, and all B IjIiii all llioiiauallnotll oda of rurplua ailjiiatiuont kniiwii to liiaiiranco. IT tilacea noicKlrlolloiiB ou rcaldeneo or travel. JT1 not lni Jiiillctil by auy occuiialloii, liicluillni; mllitary ai (I uaval acrvlco lu tlmo of war, attor .twoyi'ara fiomdato of ixuo. IT la t-rniioiiilcHl, loponti'atalilo, non.forfoltalile and ttdjuatable-u pollcy of guaraiiteea. S. S, BALLARD, General Agent, AVIioolock Illoclc, Itarro, Vt. Auotion Octolier S3, 1H00, ut tou o'clock, A.M., I will sell at publlc auctlon, on tlio preinlaei In Mlddlecx known aa tho Krmik (It-orRO inllla, ono enKlueaud two bollura, wlth tho ahafilni;, pulleya, eio. u. y j'AJ(liir..n il'lt, Aaaigueo. Crano to Curtla Kent at tho realdonco of Wllllam IlaBa, ltandolph, on TburBday of laat week. Mlst Ada Ingrahatr, who vlalted ln town lart weok, wont from bnro to hor Blater'H ln 8t. .Tohnaliury. Mra. Delia CaBo of Hoston ia vialtlng rolatlvos in tiwn. - Dr. and Mra. Arthur Frooman of Chlcago vlsltod frlenda in town laat woek. John Green, who bas been re palrlng and roino.lnlitig lila honse tho past Bitmmer. ha It noarly comploted. Dencon Wllllam Graves and Tnrenco Cala gau are takltig thelr annual trlp to m uknt wlibiidrovo of cattle. Mra Wllllam Gravea recently roturnod from a vlslt to rel atlves tn Now York. - Oharloa Smlth, who lius rented the house owned by Oea. tj, A. Olark for tho past fnw tnonths, will movo to East Braintree in n fow woeka. MrH. Marcus I'eck and Mra. Fred Fullatn are among tho oxcuralonlsta to Bos ton and vlclnity tbls week. Mrcus Peck la on a bualnosB trlp to MnsaaohuBetiB. Cabot. Unlou servlcea will bo held in tho Meth odlst church next Sutiday, Itev. S. G. I,owla of Marahfleld ofllclatlng, morning and ovun ing, in oxchange wlth Itov. J. A. Dlxon. Tho flrt. of tho lecturo courso of tho Cbrlatlan Endeavor Society will bo held lu tbe Congregatlon,tl church on Frlday ovon Ing, October 30, hy tbe Imperlal Quarlotto of St. JobiiBbury, asalsted by Mrs. Anna Spencer Frost, reclter. Archte Stone, who broke one leg laBt wln tor and lmB been ln Burlington for Bevoral mouuiH iiuut r ireauneiu ior a uiaonnuii xuui, cansed by the broken llmb, bas returued bome. lila foot Is nearly reatored to ita foriner Btrength. He ia inucli improved in bodily health and ia ablo to go wltuout the ald of a crutch. Tho Ijower Vlllago Reading Clrcle mot last week Monday oveulng at Ira F. Hainea' to reorganize. Mra. M. S. Ilaines waa cboseu presldent, Mra. Lee Shortt and Mr B. T. Elmer vice-presldenta, MrB. M. I. Wheelor secretary, and Wondall Hlckle treaauror. A very pleasaut evenlng was spent, thlrty-four belng present. Tbo next meotlng will be wlth Mra. (Jordolia Loomla on Thursday evoning. Carl Fisher Ia attendlng tho vetorlnary college in Toronto, Canada. Itev. II. L. Uartwoll will tako a week'a vacatlon, golng to Maasachusetts on tbo oxcurBion. In conaequence, there will bo no morning aor vIceB ln tho Congregatlonal church on Sun- dav. Mra. Jennle ItocerB and aon Earl apent part of last week in Montpelier wltu our reprepresentativo, li. u. itogors. Ilonry Ilills goea thia week Wednes- day to LeominBter, Masa., to visit his brothor Isaac. 1 Mra. It. O'Nell and son go on tbe oxcursiou to Boston tbls week, accompanled by several otliers from this town. S. Swerdfeger goes this week to Boaton and New York to obtain rnedlcal treattnent for one of Lila knees, wlilcli has troubled liim for several years. You'll uae oue-tlilrd less of Harraless Soap. Calais. Thoro ia to be a cotillion narty at Memo- rial Hall on Frlday evening. There is to bo a serlea of revival meetlnca at the ChrlBilan church, commenciugThura day evenlng. There were 1C0 or more prosent at II. E. Ilawkins' buskiug on Saturday ovoning, busking 400 baBkets of corn. Many livea of usefnlneaa have been cut sbort by noglect to break up an ordiuary cold. Pneumonia bronchltiaanil even cou sumption can be avertod by tho prompt use ofUneMlnute uougn uure. w. js. ierriu & Co., Montpelier, Vt. Kust Calais. Mr. and Mra. Wllllam Lefller of Ports- mouth, Va., arrlVr-d ou Saturday and are vislting relativea hero. MrH. Lefller will be reuiembored as Mary uammuml. Mrs. Lucy (Flandors) Ilammond dled a' the rebidenco of her daugbter, Mrs. O. It Dwlnell, Oct. 10, from injurlea recelved by a fall three weeks beforo. She was born in Warner, N. II., Now 3, 1812, and was marrleu in loSJ to Jamea M. iiammonu ot WindHor, Vt., removinc, a few years later, to Calais. Iu 1807 they went to Shcplere, Wla. Mr. Hammond dled and was buried thero lu 1872, his wife reiurniug to Calais, wliero slio sncnt tlio remalnder ol lier llie. Slio was Bustalned througe her lifo by her Htrong Univeraallat falth, auil It brigliteiied atlast, through long bours of Intenso Biiffer- lng, tlie way she was nnxlous to go. lim fiineral rites wero held Sunday, Itov. Ij. F. Fortuey and MIhh E. II. Goldtbwaite olll- clating. One son and daugbter are leftto mourn tlie loss ot a motlier wlioso lianilB were ever eniployed iu dolug somethiiig for tneir coniiortanit lor tno goon oi ouiera. You'll ubu oue-third less of Harmless Soap Cliolscu. C. E. Qodfroy has been appointed collec- tor of taxes, In place of O. II. Copeland, re- movt il Irom town. E. B. Dickinson bas sold tbe house In tho tuiper villaco now occupied by A. M. Bnrn haui to 1j. M. Towner of Orange for 8370, poasosslon to bo giveu Aprll 1. Tho board of clvil autbority will oieet at tbe town clerk'a olllco on Saturday after lioon, to mako changes ln the che.ck 11st preparatory to tbo preaidential olection. Hale K. Darllng and Maybell M. Ilydo wero married at Dr. A. B. Smlth'a on Wedneadav noon of last week by Itev. Mr. Shormau. They left at once for a brief trlp to Burlington and Montreal. and returned homo Saturday tilght to begin bousekeeping lu tlie Norton uouae. At the late annual tneeting of the Amerl can Board of Commissionera for Foreign Miaaioua. held at Toledo, Otilo. Itev. l)r. William II. Davia waa cbosen a uiember of the prudential committee of the board. Thia committee, havlnc ita headquarters ln Boaton, haa charge of all the foreign misslon work ot the Congregatlonal cnurcuea. The "kldnapping" caae on Monday ot laat weeK mignt no made into a senaationai storv. The factB are tbese: Mrs. Carrle E Norrls of Lexington, Mass., a daugbter of Carlton Slack. whlle ln town for a lew Uays, became satlsfied that her elgbt-year-old brotber Frank would bo better ofl in her liome than in their father's, and obtained Eermiaaion for hla abaence from scbool from ia teacber. took lilm wlth her to South Royalton, whero they took tho train for her liomo. It ia generally conaldered that the matter Is well onough as it ia, and had bost be let alone. IS. 11. Auatna, ,Ir.. lias rented a part o Mra. Copeland's house. George Fullor and wlio have roturnod to town from Ijow oll, Mass., and have moved into the Kimball hoiiHe ln tlie lower villaco. Wilder II Dearborn is at Montpelier, worklngas nlgbt porter ut tlie Montpelier Ilouse tliroiiuli tlie Heaalon. Dau. 11. Smllli and wlfo of New York Clty uro maktug thelr annual vlslt at tho Orange County Hotel. Mrs. George Hutciiluson imil daugbtura are to remove tnis weeic 10 l-ineuurHt, xh. u. whero Mr. Hutciiluson hus been for bouio tlmo. Itov. U. F. 1'trtrldgo of llau- dolph Centor preachod at tho Methodlat church on Sunday mornlng.oxehanglng with UUV. Air, JVI1B11. Kust Corinth. The crenmery pjld ItB patrona sevonteeu conts for September lmttor, C, It. Tasgart will glve n recltal ln the church next Frlduy evenlng tinder tlio ausplces of tbo Cbrlatlan Endeavor Society. Mrs. Charlea II Waltors, who vlsltod lu town laat week, hus returned to her hoine in Braintree, Mass, W. It. Kowlaud was at homo from Il.irre over Sunday, Itev. H. W. Ilatoh was nbseni from the pulpit ou Suuda, and Itev. Mr. Fauncu gitvo H very mtere.silug talk. : John Jlcljaiichlaii and frlentl, Mr. Wlilto of Bos ton, woro In town lust week, vlsltitig at It. G. Moliuuchlati's, West Corlntli. It. II. Willlams haa au apple-treo that is wortby ot mentlon. It la nearly or qulto ono hundied years old, aa It ia knowu to have bome applea over elghty years ago, and now maaaurea, uroiiiiil tlio trunk uear tho ground, twelvo feot and four itichea. It haa horno this year fortj-ano bunhola ot fluo applea. 0. a. Bohonon has boon slck tho past two or threo wooka, and Ia stlll conllned to hla bod. Charlea A. Smlth of Montpelier was hero last week and aot n tilce Sootcji granlte famlly iiioimiinnt for It. II. Wil llams. Mrs. Darlua Maynard of Ijow ell has been tiklng caro of br daugbter, Mra. Gllos Kenyoii, tho past fow wooka. W. Konnliton, who has been slck for tbo past few weeks, la ablo to rldo out. :calvin Alorrlll ol Kisi iiaveriuii. n. H., recently vlalted his daughtor, Mra. John Fltts, and other rolatlves In town. Mlsa Mary A. Martlu oxpocta to mako her bouio at George Heath's, at tho Corner, tbls wlnter. - Carl Bohonon of Chelsea vlaltod his brotber, 0. S. Iloliouou, last Slt nrday. Alno threo aona. with their wlvea, and a daugbter from adjolnlng towns havo vlslted lilm tbo past week. " Mra. S. C. Nowinau has been sullorlug for aomo tlmo from neuralgla In hor faco and lioud. Iler brotber from Topshitn was hero to seo her last week. North Duxbury. Soveral atteuded the danco at tho old Burke houae last frlday nlgbt. Camp Wlllard haa cloaod for tho season. Mr. nnd Mra. D. StovetiB will apicd tho wlnter ln Iliwerhtll, Masa. Mth. Martlu Barry of Sonth Burlington la Hpimllng a fow daya with hor pironts, Mr. and Mra. Hlchard Burke. 1 Mra. Major Greeuo of Waterbury vlalted at Ij. J. Durkee's last week. 1 Danlol Ituas of Morristown la spendliig a few days witb his aunt, Mrs. h. J Dnrkoe. Mlloltavelln haa moved into tho house vacated by Josepb ltnvelin. bo movlnc to Uliarlos suerman's placo lu tho south pirt. of tho town. George llasklns ot Barre his moved tn wlth his father. , Ernoat Qrimth, of tho south part nf the town, has moved tuto one of J. A. & L. Durkee'a housos and will work for thotn thia winter. Mrs. Wes- ley Ingalla of North Fayston vlsltod at A. F. Norton'a over Sunday. Many pollllcul speakers, clorgymen, Blng- ors and otliers who uso tbo volce oxces Blvely, roly upon Ono Mlnuto Oough Curo to prevent husklness and laryngttis. ItB valuo aa a preventive is only equaled by lts powor to alforl lnatantaueous reitei. w. E. Terrlll & Co., Montpelier, Vt. South Duxbury. S. Somerville has a niir of fancy cattlo wblch woigb 3,055 pouuds. Princo Olark haa moved to Moretown. Iloy Atklna has taken hla fathor's farm for a year. Goorge Johnson haa hlrod a part of Georgo Androws' house and moved ln. Frank Atklns of Liowb- vllle has moved into the mlll-houae. : Don I'hllllps haa moved into the Johnson houao on tho hlll. Mra. Sarah Grlfllth la vlatting her non, Melvln Hadley. Mrs. Albert Phlllips and Mrs. Walter Turner are sick. Itev. C. S. Hulburt attended tbe conveution at Burlington. : Our scbool superlntondent, II. G. Ward, Ib on duty vlsitlng schools. You'll use oue-third less of Ilarmless Soap. Kust Montpelier. Tho Fowler bridce is completed and regular trafllo ls once more resumed be twoeu this vlllige and Plainfield. Tho musical conventlon. under tbe direc- tlon of 0. F. Dudley, at the vlllago hall, last week, was well attended and a decidod auc cess. Thero will be a cotillion narty at tho vll lago hall next Saturday evenlng. Good mu sic will ba furuished and overybody ls cor dlally invlted. The people of tbls vlclnity wore glven a rare treat last week, when Prof. Charlea F. Dudley, who bas had twenty years ex prienceln conductlng chorusea, had one of bia beat muaical conventloua. Tho cho rua was large, enthuaiartlo and seloct. Tho grand chorus.at the coucert, Frlday ovoning, showed Prof. Dudley's ability as a dlrector. Mlsa Harrlet M. Foater volunteored her valuablo servlcea und was a great ald throughout tho convontiou. At the concert, Sauiuel 0. Currlor of Uanville cave several selectiona which brotigbt forth very hearty applause. Mtaa ulura llouguton, soprano, of Barre endenred berself to all lovera of iiiubIc Dr. K. li. Cleavea of Montpelier alao roudered valuablo assiatanco by skilful managouient ot ma vionn. j'rot. ueorga W. Dudley. lurltone. of Boston was pres ent, alao renderlng viluable assiatinco und recelved a hearty welcomo from his many frivnda. Great credit ia duo the committee in charge, und it Is hoped there may be many moro aucb occasioua. Mra. E. P. Norcross went to Boaton last week for n tnontb'a viait to relativea and frienda Hattlo Severanco of Mont pelier Ia on a vlslt to her aunt, Mra. C. C. Wlllard. Mrs. F. E rorkltiH and lier son Walter of B irllngton aro vlsitlng Mra. Perklna' mother. Mra. Ann Burnhaai U. E. Sprague haa returued from a week'a absence ln Groton. Alexander .Tarvla ia conflned to tho houae witb au abiceHa on his sldo. : Itov. Josoph Cobb is in Portland, Malne, this week, attendlng tho Univeraallat couferonco meotlng, now lu seHsion thoro. J. M. Wlllard is apond- inc u few days in Boston tbls week. Mr. aud Mrs. Ilonry Dancauae are tlio proud parents of a aon, born last week Mr. and Mra. L U Town aro prepar ing to movo to Barro. Mia.M. J. Holt ol South Woodstock visited at C. M. Ham blln'a laat week. Merton Gray of Boa ton waa ln town last week, vialtlng relativea and frienda. You'll useono-tblrd leasof Ilarmloaa Soap, North Montpelier. The sad Intolllgonce of the deatb of Na thanlel Davis of Somerville. Mass., was ro celved hero on Saturday aud came liko a abock upon tbls vlclnity, whero bo waa so well and intimately known. Mr. Davia, witb several other gentlemen, wns upon his way to Newton statlon on the Boaton and Albany rallroad, to tako a train, theu almoat due, to Boaton. IIo left tbe reat of the party to tako a Bhorter route to tbe station by way of tbe railroad track, and, turougti some miaunueratanuing upon uta patt, was run down by tbe Boston express tralu. Deatli mus; liave been inatanta neoua, aa hla body waa! badly mangled Mr. Davis waa born on tbe old Davia bome- Btead, near this village, iifty-nlne years ano last July, and llved there contluuously untll, about ten yoarB ago, bo weut to Bos. ton to introduco a refrigerator and water cooler lnto the larger marketi, llti had orcanized a atock cotupany for the manu facture of tliom upon a larger acale. Hla remalna wero broucbt to thia vlllaee. bia funeral belng at the church here laat Sun day. Kev. Joaonu cobb. our pastor. ouiclat lng. Tbe Ititerment waa at tho cemetory at tbe East Vlllago, and tho preaence of his many relativea, neighbora nnd frlenda was n mule but oxpreaslve teatlmony to the very hlgb esteem In wblch he was held ln hla chl dhood boule. Tbo deen aud hoart felt sympathy of the ontlre comuiuntty is witb the bereaved famlly ln thia sudden aud unprepued-lor atlllctlou. CiiitoMO conatlpatlon is a palntul, dls ugreeablo aud llfe-sbortenlug dllllculty. It lerani;ea tho ayatem, causea alck headacbe, had breath aud polsoua tho blnod. It can be readllv overcome by Do Wltt'a Little Erly Hisera. Theso little pllla aro great regulatora. W. E. TerriU & Co., .Mont pWier, Vt. KlllBtOII. Henry W. Dana ia buildlng a now liouco near tlie clapboard aud Bhiuglo tnlll otS. J and II. W. Dauu. The hnsltlng-beo at V. 0. Bragg's, laat Thuraday evenlng, wns well atteuded Cako and cnlTeo wero served. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Thnmpwn of Itm dolph Hpeut a few days vialtlng tno pa reutal bouio of Mr. Thouiison John B. Cliaso of tbls town and Mlsa Bos sie Cbase of Bristol wero unlted lu limr riago by Huv. J. F. Buzzell on Thuraday of lust weeK You'll uae one-thlrd loaa ot Ilarmleaa Soui North Fayston. T. U. McCarty had some mnohluery ant iu lilu mlll last week Tho onglno aud other upparatus for bia creamory arrlved last week. J. Hnot was ln towu tho past week, Mrs, T. J. Souiervlllo baa gone to St, AI bana to vlalt. Mr. nnd Mrs, V. D Grlfllth wore lu Barro laat weok. Ohrlntophor Corso of Duxlmry has boiigbt. and moved hla fam ly to tho tiUon owned by Alhro I'orter Mra. Nnihan t)ui. bar lias bought Lawreuco E itou'a farm and will tako poaaosalou lu March. Hartlwlck. progrosslng llnoly Work streot. la on Wolcott Mra. l'armonter dled Frblay morning, and her lioly w.ts takeu to Washln ttou for burial. Mr. Alinon stntoa tl wo shalt havo olectrlc llghta wlthln two wooka at tho lnteat. Dnn't forgot tbe alatn of tho flrst enter talnment of tbo leotnr't courao thia weok Frlday nlgbt, October 23. Wnllio Hlll la at work for V S. Fisb. Mra. II. S l'eck of B irllngton vl Ited at Mrs. Judevlno'aover Sunday. Floronco Tltus rrturns to Bosmhi on Wnd nesday. Mra. Dr. J. F. Shuituck of of Wells lllver Is vialtltig at I A. 8liat tuck'a. Mrs. G. Ij Orton la working iu tho post-ofllce for a fow days. aiuralillold. Thoro Is to be a harvest. concert and sup per at tho Methodlat church on Thuraday ovoning. On October 25tli the paator ut, tho Unlver sallst ohu cli will discourse upuu tho auli Joct " Spirltual Asplratlon." Tbe chlcken-ple Bttppor at tho Univorsal iat veatry on Saturday oveulng last waa a tlnancial undaojiat succesa. Itev. J. A. Dlxon of Cabot will oxcIihmbo wlth Itev. Samuol Lewis at the Methodlat church noxt Sunday, morning and evenlng. Mra. E. E. Wells ot Calais la In town anperlntondlng hoiiio repalra and Improve ments upon hor houae here. She la tnaalug her homo with Mrs. C. E. Itoblnson during hor stay. Desplto tbo severe raln storm on Sunday evenlng, thero was a goodly number in at tendance at tho praiae aervice at the Unl versallat church and a helpful dlscuaalon was uau oi tno suuject " uope." Among tboso who expect to start for Boa ton on the excuralon are Mra. W. II. Meara, Mrs. E. N. Mears. Aldon Winch and his mother. Mrs. Mark Mears wont a weok ago to vlalt frienda in Lowell, Boaton and vlclnity. Tbo younu peonlo havo ornanlzed a vll lago improvomont aociety and will play a drama tbe second week tn November, tbe proceeds to go for sldewalks and llgbtlng the vlllago. As they could not get tho vea try on lavorablo terins, they have Becured tho school-house hall and aro puttlng ln a stago for thelr purpose. Tho creamory seoms to bo a settled fact. At the meetlng of thestockholders, last Sat urday, they organlzed by electlng Ira H. Edaon temporary clerk; O. II. Smlth, A. N. Bllaa, O. D. Cole, J. W. Mears and George Wheelor. directors: 11. u. McCrllll.s, C. C. Bent and J. Burton Pike, audltors. Tho directors are putting in soine time thia week vlsitlng creatnerles and getting roady to be gin busineas. "Chlp"Ennia baa bought the J. A. Cil- ey place ot Dennls Lamberton. Archie Cole went to Boaton laat Monday Mra. G. F. Bllss. Mra. E. V.S nencer and Archlo Cole attended tho muaical con ventlon last week at Eaat Montpelier. MrB. Mark Mears and dauchter Mabol are vislting iu Maasachusetts. M. F. Sargent of Ryegate was in town last Saturday, buylnghogs. Warren Meara waa at home from St. Jobnabury over Sun day. Edward Hamllton ot St. Johns- uury was in town over aunuay. Naliatn Kldder, ot tlie uoaton pollce forco, la ln towu vialtlng his mother, who ia aick. J. isurton i'lko attended tlie luneral of Mrs. J. A. Wlng at Moutnaller laat Sun- lay. Samuel Cole aud II. Hadlnck wero in Morrisville on buslnesa last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wllllam Burpee of Burke vlalted Mrs. Mark Bllss, MrB. lliu- Btuck a nail half through hla foot last week. As a rcault, goes on crutches. Mrs. Helen Tbompon, wlfe of Judge L. H. Thouipson ot I usburgh, vlalted her unclc, Ell Edaon, laat Thurflday und Friday. You'll use one-thlrd less of Ilarmless Soap. Moretown Thero aro many casos of jaundlco lu town. It seems to bo almost an etildemio. The Ladlea' Ald Society will hold an exporieuce.Boctal at the town hall next Jfmlay evenlnir. Tlie entertalnment will couslat of "pomes," tolling how each lady earned lier dollar, attor wlilcli cako aud coffeo will be served. All are cordlally in vlted. Nowbury. Mra. Albert Corlias haa eatabllahed a branch studio at South Ryegate for a sbort timo. Prof. Campboll, from Hanover, preachod at the Congregatlonal church laat Sunday morning at the uaual hnnr to a largo and appreciatlve congregation, Itov. G. C. McDoucall. the Methodlat preacher at the town-houaeand Boltnnville, preached iu tlio Methodlat church Sunday morning iu oxchange with Itev. A. W. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. AndrowB wero at Gouldsville last week, attendlug tho dedl catlon of tbo now Methodlat church at that place. Mra. J. B. Woodard from Plymouth, N. II., waa lu charge of tho drug atoro in Mr. Andrewa abaence, Miaa Mao B. Ford took her fathor last 8aturday to tbe first rlde alnce bia aerlous lujury on tho comtnou whilo rldlng on a mowiug-macliine. some tnreo montua ugo. Tho mauy frleuds of Mr. Ford and famlly wlsii lie may iuuy recover nis neaitu agaln. The Methodlat aociety unlted wlth the Congregationallats on Sunday eveulng to llston to tbo lecture by Mra. Khair Allah, a natlve ot Damaacua. Iler time, thua far, siuce sbo was twelve or fifteen years old, baa been apent aa a missionary. Ou account of the beavy fall of raln in the ovoning, tho audieuce was small, but was very apprecia tlve ot lier lecturo. Mrs. Henry Meserve ls iu town vialtlng old acquatutancea. Mra. R. G, Ltug waa caued to liauovor to neip Ciiro tor iir danghter, Mra. Johnson, Mra. Johnson haa rccovered so aa to bo moved uome laat weeK. Landlord Sawyer waa In Mauchea- ter, N, U., laat week. Mra. Downa father, Roawell Lelghton, from and her Groton, visited her brothor. Krank V Leli'hton, on Stturday. , T, O. Koyea ls lu Boston this week buylng new fjoods Wells Itlver. Mrs. Hale, who has been Blck for several weeks, Is ablo to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lesllo of Melroso, Mass., spent Sunday wlth tholr sister, Mrs, 15, 0. Graves. Itev. U. G. aud Mrs. Btt(;bee atteuded the stata Bunday-aohool couvuntion at BurlitiR ton last week. MIrs Flora Brock bas gone to Anhland, N. II., to romain a fow weeks with her sis ter, Mrs. Morrill. MrB. Shattuck is vlsltinfi hor brotber at Hardwick and will Joln her husbaudat Bur lingtou on TburBday. Winuato Jtunsoll was tbo rjueBt of lils brotber, W. 11. Muusall, during tlie uiunical conveution und over Suuday. Work on tho water Bystem is nroKrossltir; well. Tbe plpes aro nearly lald, und tho poles sot for the electrio llulitH, The teacher.i' ni6etlng last Saturday af teruoon wub well attendt'd, thotigh but few besldes tbo teachets were prosent. Thu Bchools are dolug good ln nll depart inents. The higli scbool hero will have ton or more graduatr. Thoro la an lucreased attendauce lu tuch rooiu, aud fow cases of abseuce or tanlliuun. I'lulnllold. Mrs. L. L. Knapp nnd clilld vlsltod lu Waterbury laBt weok. L V. Fottney ls ropalritig bls teuotnent hotiBa ou School Btroet. Mrs, Jolui l'rutt, whoso husband ls tho ineuiber of the leglslaturo from Concord, was tho guest of ltuv. und Mrs, L. F, Fort- uey during last weok, us wns alao Mr. l'ratt over Sunday. Nahutn Palmer lma roturnod from vlsitlng relativea at Woodatock. Dr. W. E. Lozello altonded tbo Vermont Medlcal Aaaoclation ut St, Jobusbury last Week. E. E Yaw bas takon a farm ln Marsh field and oxpects to occupy it about tho tnlddlo of November. The patrous of tho Cnpi'ol crenmerloi wero pald for September bulter xioen and otie-lmlf cents pt-r pound, At tbe meetlng of tbo gun clitb on Satur day nfternoon, Bert Towusetid led wlth tbo Hcnro of 17 out of a posslble 25 A missionary Bervlco will bo held at tho Congregatlonnl phiirob next Sunday ovnn Itlgl bv the Yimtig l'eople's Society. Sltb Jnct: "A Trlp to Aluska." Tbe wlfe of Q, H Shlnn, D D., of Galos burg, III., ltb her little aona Pbltle und I'.ml, tho lii'ter now a atudent ln Goildard Semlnnry, eru recent gnetts of MrB, Shlnn'a btother.indaw, Rov. L. F. Fortney. You'll use oue-third leas of Ilarmless Soap. Topsham. Tbe grapliopliont) cnncert In tho town hall, lust Saturday evouitig, waa well at tended. Itev. Samuol J.iokaon will proiicb In tho Refonned Preabjt irlan church next Sunday at half paat two o'clock. South VVnldon. The creauiery pild Ita patrona slxteen cents for Septomber lmttor. Tho "Clovor Club" will havo a box sttpper at the vestry October 27. Worthen Dutton and wlfe aro vlsitlng thelr fatber and will return to Brookfield, Masa., thia week. Walter Dutton and wtte apent Sunday wlth thelr pirenta. MrB. Newton Farriugtou la no better. Waterbury. The Ladlea' Ald Society of tho Motliodlst church will raeet wlth Mrs. York this aftor noon. Elder George W, Tahor la a delegate to tbe Advent Chriatlaa Conferenco, now being held ln Vershire. Itev. Arthur Titcomb of Springfleld, Mass., will occupy tbo pulpit at the Con gregatlonal church next Sunday. Tho teacber of a scbool acroaa tbo rlvor ln Duxbury asked a class of lada who could tell the namo of the present governor of Vermont. A bright kid qutckly ralsed his band and replied, "John Durkoe." The aunual rounion of the Fourth Ver mont Itegiment ABSOciation will be held ln the Grand Aroiy hall, Montpelier, Thurs day, Oct. 29, at eleven o'clock ln the morn ing. The ladlos of the.Woman'a Itollef Corpa will kiudly provide rtfreahuients tor them. Charlea F. Underhill, the impersonator, will give an entertalnment at the Congro gatlonal cburcb on Wednesday eveulng, Nov. 4. As a monologist, Mr. Underhill bas no auperlor. Hla recital of "The III- vala." clven here two years ago, will be re- membired by many, and, no doubt, a very wurin reception will bs awarded hlm. Tbo annlversary of the VermoutBlblo Fo- clety, to be held in Itepreaentatlvea' llall. Tueaday evenlng, Oct. 27, will be of intol?st to all. Tlio audress wiu e deiivereci ny Itev. William Nasb Brodbeck, D.D., of Bos ton. The annual meetlng ot the directors will be held at 2:30 p. M., and the regunr busineas moetiug at 3:30 r. m., ln Bethany church, Oct. 27. You'll use one-thlrd leas ot Harmless Soap. Waterbury Centor. Burt Buzzell ot Burlington apent a day laat week witb lila parents. A brotber of J. A. Gllmore. from Glovor. vlalted hlm laat Saturday, remaining over sunday. L. W. Buzzell baa moved his stock of boots aud ahoea from Stowe lnto the new storo ln tho dooryard ot Mra. I'. E. Smlth. Daniel Nelson, a natlve of thia placo, but who now residea iu Coucord, Vt., was witb his slater, Mra. II. E. Ilunter, a few days laat week. Mrs. E. B. Moody and her aunt, Mra. Ira Sprague, vlalted relativea in South Royal ton last Thuraday. Mrs. Spraguo returned to her bome lu Glover, ou Monday. Mr. and Mrs. It. N. Domoritt of Platts burgh, N. Y., were the guests of Mrs. O. W. Stearns last Siiturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Demeritt left on Monday for Cam bridge, to vlslt Mr. Dameritt's father. Among tboso who tako lu the Boston ox curslon aro Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Watta, who vlalt a son in Waltham, Masa.; Mrs. M L. Dilllngliam, who goea to vlalt a daughtor in Worcestor; Mrs. O. W. Davia, who goea to Reading to aee her aon Merton and hla famlly. You'll uae one-tblrd leaa of Harmless Soap. Williamstown. A Bon was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. John Itlddel. Maynard Spencer haa been lald asido from granito work tor aeveral days by sick nesa. Mr. and Mra. Horbert P. Martln wero guoats, laat week, of Mr. and Mra. Elam C. Lewis of Rutland. nenry Houao Ia omployed by Quarryman Sanderaon, a brotber-in-law of Krneat Itld del, ln buildlng a now house near thequarry dlstrlct. Mr?. James M. Bockett, some twelve weeks ago strickeu wlth piralynis, llea ln a feeble aud aufferlag couditlon, wlth little or no ap parent prospect of belng any better. By tbe dlgging of new aprluga of late, and connecting with hia reaervolr, George Beckett has been adding to tho water aup ply for houaohold purpoaes ln our vlllago. Frlenda and neighbora of Wallace W. Martin, who Ia recovering from an illneas of some weeks, recently perforined a worthy deed ln busking hla corn for hlm. Mrs. H. D. Abbott, now of West Ran dolph, was vialtlng frlenda In town laat woek. She ha latelv vlalted a brotber, aud alao nee JlHs Ida Alnswortli, wlio aro 11 v ing in Wisconaiu. Rov. J. N. Perrin, Mrs. J. IC. Lynde, Mrs. John Farnham and Miss Belle Hlbbard wore ln ntteudance at tbe stato Suuday school conventlon in Burlington, aa del- scbool conventlo oBatea, last week James Powors of New Brunswick and MIhb Mabel, daugbter of George W. Snvory, were married last Wednesday, and aro keoplng house lu one of Itov. Wllllam Scho fleld's tetiomonts. Mrs, Chester Martln has made rpilte rapld progross of lato ln hor recovery from broken boues. She U able to vlslt her only ronialn ing siator, Mrs Oharles V. Ward of Burling ton, who is crltlcally IU. The lack of orders for granito work lust n dw may lead to a matorlal leHsenlug of la bor einployed at tbo shops for perhaps a hmcer time than uaual this fall, Wlth Mc Klnley's electlon, howover, lmttor tltnes aro antlclpatod. The publlcatlon of tho fact that Itev. J. N. Purrlu, Bome little time ago, ofTered bls reslgnalion for tho remalnder of this year tbo tltne for wblch he was engaged us lnln Ister tu tho Congregatlonnl church horo hus led to coininutilcatloiiH fivni mluistors, or thelr frleuds, outtldo, wltli referetico to coiulug hero, It is now balluvod that Mr. Perrin may cousetit to stay through tbo year. Tlio weuKening oi tno tiiianciai con ditlon of tho church, by deaths and re muvals, may mako it a aerlous problem how properly to sunUlu a UoiiRregatloiml inlnls ter hero after tbls year. You'll uso ono-thlrd leas of Hanuloss Soap. It Is Pkhkkotlv Safk.A safo romedy to use In tbe hounehold, especlully for the trea'.ment of young chlldren, ls that which bas been oxtonslvely trled, prnvon harm less und efllcient at all llmes. Netirotlo Oll lias buon jirjvinl, httudredsof tiines, thobest llnlment in existonce, and ls lu dally ubo ln tliousands of familles, It ctires every anlie andptln at a inoiiiuiit.'s notice. Twenty flve cents. tatatii, Siumtcr t- Ihttitam Establisliod 1842. Incorporatod 1892. WOB.033STEH., 3VE.A.SS. SILK DEPARTMENT. Tho JHack S lkB ptirchnsctl by our renrcscnlutlvc atleudlne tho auctlon salo of John N. Slearii" & Sons of Now York valucB. Tho qmilitics und styles aro A preccdont ln tlie annnla of silk tradlnf;. than over tho truth of tho old provcrb, 66 ctions Spcak ToxtcIgi Tliarx Wovds." BAItGAIN NO. 1. An assorttnont of Now and Styllsh rncdiumlargo flcurca, in Ulaok Hrocado Gros Grain, at an unheard-of price, 49c a yard. IJAItGAIN NO. 2. Is a lovely quality Tuffett, of splendid Ilno body and color for Llnlngs, KuflleB, l'ottlcoat only 58c. HAHGAIN NO. 3 -A Lustrous and valuu 90c, for C5c. No flctitious or cxaggcratcd volues are quoted in our uds. JlAItGAIN NO. 4. A licgal, Glosey, full luster Black Satln Ducheaao. Excellent vbIuo at S1.00, C9c. UAltGAIN NO. 5 A Handsomo, full handling, excollont wearing, regular Sl 00 Black Grof Grnin Silk, 75c a yard. HAHGAIN NO. 0. A largo variety of tho nowcet prize designs Festoons, PluracB, Palm Leaves, Wavo CrostB, and other now etylo Brocades, magniflcent qualily all Sl 25 und 1.37ic gooda. Your choico for 1.00 a yard. Any of theso Silk8 aro just the thiug for Thanksgiving. BAItGAIN NO. 7. Four Wonderful Numbors in Black Duchcsso 3itin, Iirllliant, Sparkllng nnd Queenly in effect, for reception, church or promenado wcar, at Sl 00, Sl 12J, S1.25 and S1.50 a yard. All theee are from 25c to 50c a yard undcr prcaoiit markot value. BAItGAIN NO 8. Threo ltemarkablo ValueB iu Black Peau do Soie lovely poft flnUb, Ilt for any lady in the land. Compared with forraer or prtsent eslablished price. tlicae quotations aro eimply ridiculoue Sl 00, Sl 25 and $1.50 a yard. Every yard of theso ia at leaat 30 per ccnt under prosent value. FOR DEEP MOUItNING. A Now Silk now in-weavo, new in Onith, pcr fcctly lusterlees, aupplying a long-felt nced, eapccially for full niourning, " Peau do Ebeno," S1.25 per yard. Truo vilue, S1.75. Samplea forwarded promptly on requoet to our MailOrder Department. BARNARD, SUMNER & PUTNAM rtlPV .. . hf.m no.lii'M .... ,m Kiei" loTcr. ..-.1,plOW , ,,l)ioaa im ulationnow- jevrcseuw Black Broaclcloth Wide Yelvet Collar, dollars as there is price for a few days HOW For a Few Days. Ten dozen of Damask Towels, cents each. Fifteen dozen Fring-ed Huck Towels, 18x36 inches, worth 15 cents, at only 10 cents each. Ten pieces Crash, Bleached and Brown, worth 8 cents, at 6 cents. (We reserve the rig'ht to restrict the quantity on any of these goocls.) Our SpeGial Bargain for Saturday, October 24 1 Three pieces 50-inch all-wool Dress Goods fancy mixturos. m soason's goods, and is worth 75c por yard. Our Special Price for Saturday, Octoher 24, only 49c pev yard. Not more than two dress patterns to a custoincr. CILLEY Sl ABBOTT will catiso n rnvolutlon ln tho sllk No. 1, and pricos posltlvcly wlthout Tho publlc ls comlng to realizo moro Sllpa and Skirts. Tho ububI 7Cc grado, Elegant, Itich Color, Pcau dc Soie GO., - - WORCESTER, MASS. - 1alm -iMoney iieinu CAy(','r",o,lT " : , vermont .nd ...,l1pe5Ctllie,t TC.T,t the imtB-j - rioi.eHX"i v" . . nillTll'tli V"- " -r... I jnveBtmei.t -T- 1 ctocYt Btil tcim jTjiy-tcn,1 v Double Capes with as good a cape for five on the market. Our only $3.98. 17x35 inches All Linen worth 12 1-2 cents, at 9 This small lot is this