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Mrs. Suan Nlchols foll down stalrs last
Friday uiortiliiR and broko hor loft log noar
tbo lilp. Tlm fracturo ia a buil ono aud
Mrs. NIcuo'b' advanced ago ls agalnst hor
completo roeovery.
Jolm Matthews was nrrostod last Situr.
day niRlit by Ohlof of l'ollco llowland for
Intoxlc.ition and broacli o tbo poace, for
whlch !io was flnod, includlng costs, 311. 01,
on Monday ln clty conrt.
Tbo fuuoral of John Spnrgo wlll bo hold
at ton o'olook tlils momlug from thoOhtircU
of tbo Good Sliophord. Docoasod was
tlilrty-two years old, and leavcs a wlfo and
threo oblldroniu England.
Tbo Philomatheou Olub wlll nioot on
Tburfiday ovonlng wltb Mrs, J. W. Gordou,
Mis. IJ. W. Ilraloy bas recotitly prosonted
tlils club wltb a gavol mado from a oborry
treo grown at Mt. Vernon,
Androw Jobnsou, Anron Jobnson and
Jobn Isaacson liavo beon convlcted ln clty
court for a broacli of tbo peaco a weok ago
last Saturday. Tboy woro eacb llncd 810
and costs, wblcli tboy pald.
H, Thomas bas purcliasod for 88,000 tbo
rcsidonce of W. G. I'arkor, cornor of Nortb,
Malu and Cometery stroots. Mr. Tbomas
ls p'amilng to oroct a buslncss block on tlils
slte during tbo couilug summer.
O, A. Iloatb'g palnt-sbop on Washington
Btroot, wblcli wns dostroyed by flro, lms
been rcbullt and Messrs Olark & Stoddard
bavo agaln rontod tbo sbop and aro proparcd
to do carrlago and slgn paintliig.
Edward Goslln dlcd last Friday at Wob
storvllle of typbold pnouuionla. IIo was a
qnarryinan and waa a qutet, hard-worklng
citlzen, Ilts funoral was hold from St.
Monlca's church on Saturday uiornlng.
Atnong tbo buslness changos ln Barro
during tlio past woek, was tbo purcbaso of
E. M, Wheolor's grocory storo ln Wood
block by F. D. Ladd of Brnokllold. 111
hoalth was tbo causo of Mr. Wbuulor's re
tlrernent from buslness.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Tracy wore glven a
gonulno surprlse party last Wedncsday
ovenlng at tbelr bomo on Merchant stroot.
It was tlio tenth annlvorsary o( tliolr tnar
riage, and tbolr friends could not lot tbo oc
caslon pasa nnnotlcrd. A gonorous sum of
monoy was loft for Mr. and Mrs. Tracy.
Tbe fir oral of I. O. Little was hold on
Monday aftornoon at Trlnlty Totnplo, South
Barre. Tlio fuueral was delayod to euablo
a daughter from North Dakota to reach
Barro. Slio arrlved on Monday mornlng.
Tbe members of J. Ii. Meade circle, ladics
of tbo Grand Army of tlio lltpubllc attoud
ed tho fuuoral ln a body.
Mlcbael E. Couglilan, foreuian at tbo
quarrlcs of tho Empiro Grantto Company,
lnot with a terrlble accidont last Thursday.
A stono welghlng slx tons rollod on hlm,
cuttlng his left log olt just below tbo kneo.
Dr. W. D. Kuld was Bummoned and ampu
tated tbe llmb closotn tbe kneo joint. Mr.
Coughlan had recently inoved to Barre.
Gharles McLean and Mlss Ellzaboth Mur
phy wero marrled on Monday mornlng ln
tbe Catbolio church at Graniteville by
Kev. Fatbor Donabue. Tbo newly-wedded
couple left on Monday noon for a brlef wed
ding trlp. Tbey expect to return next SFrl
day and a receptlon and dance ln tbelr
honor wlll be glvon Frlday ovenlng at tho
hall ln Graniteville.
Tho followlng is from Ilobert Ersklne,
Master Mechanio of tho Chlcago and North
Westorn Hailway Company to Wlll Perrln,
formerly of Barre, after passlng tbo
rigld examlnations required by tho com
piny: "It gives me great pleasure to
advise you that your standlng on your
flrst and second yoar's examlnatlon
was one hundred per cont ln each case,
every questlon belng correctly answered.
Tlils showlng ls as gratilylng to tbe offlcers
of tbe company as it must be to you and I
trust you will pass tbe thlrd year's examln
atlon wlth the same high dogree of excel
lence that you bave sliown in the precodtng
The quarterly meeting of tho Washington
County Good Templars' Unlon was held
with Neal Dow Loilgo last Saturday, in tbo
hall of Vlncltla Lodge, Knlghts of Pythias.
Dlstrlct Gbief Templar Gram of Roxbury
presided. The address of welcome was
glven by Kev. W. It. Davenport and the re
sponse by Carroll J. Lamb of East Calais.
The evenlng gession was public. Addresses
were glven by Mayor Gordon and Rev.
Andrew Gillies of Montpelier. County offl
cora for the ensulng year were elected as
follows: Chlef Templar, R. W. Donsmoro
of Roxbury; vlce templar, Myra Butterlleld
of Roxbury; Secretary, Mrs. O. D. Edgor
ton of Northfield; Secretary Juvenile Temp
lars, Mrs. O. L. Wllley of Barre; Klnanclal
Secretary, Gertrude Stoddard of Waitsfield;
Treasurer, B. J. Edwards of Roxbury;
Marshal, Daniel Bates of East Barre; In
elde Guard, Mrs. H. J. Eaton of Gonlds
vlllo; Outalde Guard, J. W. McAUister of
West Berlin.
One of the pleasanteat ovents of the sea
aon was the quiet wedding at the realdence
of V. 0. Jobnaton last Wednesday evenlng
when their daughter, Mlss Myra, was uniteu
in marriage to Milton E. Glines by Rov. I.
F. Chase, uncle of tbe bride. Onfy tho rel
attves and intlmate friends of the bride and
groom were present. They were the reci
pients of many and valuable preaents. The
young couple left amtdat Bhowers of rlce
for a Bhort wedding tour.
E. S. Ersklno stlll remalns quite 111.
H. W. Blako waa at bomo on Sunday.
A Mlss Aldrlch of Post Mllls is at work
for J. E. Sloeper.
Rev. A. n. Webb and V. A. Doty wero
at Ilanover for a few hours ou Saturday.
Mrs. P. M. Hastlngs 1b vlsiting hor daugh
ter in Haverhlll, Mass., who is quite 111.
Davo McCullough of Lyndonville bas
been vlsiting bls many friends ln town for
several daya.
Rev. Mr. Falrbanka of St. Johnsbury
preachidat the Congregatlonal church on
Sunday ln exchango with Rev, Mr, Bar
nard. Tho next of the series of popular concorta
and dances glven by Company G Military
Band, will be held at Armory hall on Nov
ember 23.
Rev. A. II. Webb preached at Fairlee on
Sunday aftornoon, remainlng thero for
evenlng service. The aocial meeting at
Grace Church waa led by L. J. Hoath.
Carlos Renfrew ls apendlng a fow days of
tlils week wltb friends at Vergennes, and
will attend tho wedding of bls cousin, C.
W. Bisbee, at Monkton, whlcb occuts
thls Wednesday aftornoon.
Our tallor, 0. L. Peavey, has raoved from
his rooms in the old b&uk bullding to rooms
in the bullding owned by the late Carlcton
Taylor, whlcb are much pleasantor and bet
ter suited for bls fast lncroasing trade.
A large and appreclatlve audlencegreeted
tho Boston Rlvals at tho Vlllage hall on
Krlday evenlng at tbe opening of tbe Star
lecture courso, Too much cannot bu sald
in praise of tbo ontertalnment as eacb wero
star artists.
E. E. Munu as tenor and Mlss Maudo II.
Clurk as soprano, sang as sololsts at tho
church fair glven at Boltonvillo on Tuesday
evenlng, givlng satlsfactlon, Mr. Munn
possejses a tenor voice of rare Bweetness,
whlcb, wlth proper tralnlng, cannot but ex
cel in that part of the musical llne whlcb bo
ls followlng. Mlss Clark is already known
as one of the best soprano slngors ln tbo
Kast Brookflold,
Ilon, Tbomas Saunders of Ilaverhlll,
Mass., was ln town last week.
John Rloh flnisbed work for J. n. Spraguo
on Saturday and bas returned to bls home
ln Chelsea.
The attendance at tbe revlval meotlngs
last weok was excepttonally large and tbe
result so gratlfylng that Rev. Mr. Womer
wlll return here tlils evenlng and contlnue
the uieetlngs during the remalndor of tbo
week, when it ls hoped a large audience
wlll greet hlm every evenlng, and to thoso
who havo not avalled themselves of an op.
portunlty to hear thls talonted gentleman,
an especlal Invltatlon ls moat beartlly ex-tended.
Mrs. John Noyes has a fuchsla whloh, at
tbo prnsent tlmo contalus flvo hundtod
Mlss ITattio Fisher bas closod a succeasful
torin of scbool at Barnet Contor and return
ed to hor lioino,
Tho G. A. R. Post wlll clvo n catnnfiro on-
tortalnmetit at Vlllago Hall on Frlday ovon-
ing, Nov. W. Major ll. 11. liominrsuot. tuo
orlglnal Drummer Uoy of tho Rappahan
uock, and his sou, J, U. Hoiulorsliot, aro to
bo present, and otlier ablo talont. MbJ.
lletidorsliot and bou havo n worldwldo rop
utallnn as druminnr and flfor. Thls Is a
rare opportunlty whloh nono can afford to
loso. A freo promonado wlll bo glvon at
tbo close of tbls ontortaluuiont.
Frank Ohlckerlng has just Becurcd a pat
ont on a jack for ralsiug wagonB. IIo thlnks
It ocllpses anytbiug yot lnvonted for onso
and couvoiilonco ln olllng wagons. IIo bas
sold onc-halt of tbo jmtont to B. Swerdfegor.
IIo Is now worklng his fertilo braln to bring
ont nn inventiou of a Btovo that will work
wtthout pipo or chlmuoy. By tho uso of
tiibes iinil plpns thosmoko lscoudensed lnto
creosoto and mado to contributo for hoatlng
mibitanco. Iloiuforms your correspondont
that it ls to bo a suro go.
Nnoy J. Ainsworth dlod In Cabot, No
vcnibor i), 181)7, aged fifty-sovon yoars, flvo
nioiiths and twouty-ilvo days. Nanoy J.
Johnson wns bom ln Lyman, N. II., May
15, 1810. When qnlto young sho removed to
Uardwlck, Vt.. whero her oarly llfo was
spont and whoro, ln 1803, bIio was marrlod
to Mllo D. Ainsworth. Two chlldren wero
boru to tbem Albort C. and Julia M , now
tbo wlfo of John Sbaw of Lowor Cabot.
Tho last nlnetBon years of ber llfo wero
spont in Cabot, whero ber Kon ls ongaged in
buslnuss. Sbo was ii womau of strong
vltallty and onorgy, lmt humanlty has its
llmlt of oudurauco, and when sho reachcd
It tlio ond came. Iloart dlBoaso of tho most
fatal typo attackcd hor, and after a sevoro
struggle betwuen llfo and ileatli, lastiug
ovor llvo weeks in spito of nll that caro and
skill could do, doatb conquered and bIio
" foll asleep " to wako no more until tho
reaurrectlon morn.
" Denrett mollior tliou lint loft us,
Hero tliy lofts vo ilceiily fcel,
Jlnt 'tls (loil that lmst liorctt u,
IIo can all our sorrown lica1."
Regular meotiug of Ramoua Lodgos,
Daughters of Rebekah on Saturday even
lng. Aftor buslness hour a soclal wlll bo
held for Odd Fellows and their familles.
Riifreshmouts will bo served. Dr.
Wiswell spout Sunday at Morrisville with
Dr. Ilolbrook. Itov.lB. F, Drew, afor
mor pastor here, has closed his labois at
Stowe and hired a house at Waterbury for
the winter.
A OAitn. We, tbo underalguod, do bere
liy agteo to rofund the money on a (Ifty-cont
bottlo of Groono's Warranted Syrup of Tar,
lf it falls to cure your cough or cold. We
also guarantoe a twenty-flvo cont bottlo to
provo satisfactory or money refundod.
Wells, Boyles & Rogors, Cabot.
Morse Brotbors, Cabot.
S. C. Voodry, Cabot.
Frank Carr, Calais.
Mrs. Viola Lamphero is vlsiting ln Bos
ton. The scbool at Maplo Cornor
closed last Frlday for a vacatlon of two
weeks. Mlss Gllkoy and Mlsa Roblnson aro
to teach tho winter term. Thero wlll
be a Tbanksglvlng ball at Memorlal Hall,
North Calais, Wednesday ovenlng, No
vembor 24, Muslo by the Montpelier Or
chestra, tlvo plecea. Bill 81.75. Tbo
patrons of tho separator statlon at Kont's j
Corner wore pald elghteen cents per pound
lor uctouer uutter.
Knst Calais.
Rev. Walter Dolo wlll address tho psoplo
of the Unlversallst parlsb on "The New
Christian Era of tbe Church next Frlday
evenlng at lialf past aeven in Unlon church.
Mr. Dole was delegate to tbe recent con
ventlon held at Chlcago, and in bohalf of
tbo state conventlon is to vislt the different
parlshes aud address the people.
Dlsrlgurement for life by burns or scalds
may be avolded by uslng DeWitt's Witcb
Hazel Salve, the great remedy for piles and
for all klnds of sores and skln troubles. W.
E. Terrill & Co.
One of Mr. Wright's large gray horses
was found dead in bls stall one mornlng
last week. Mr. Bllss was luckily not
behlnd his counter when a gun was acci
dentally dlscbarged in tbe storo last Wed
nesday. Tho sbot, breaking the sliow case
and passlng the place whero Mr. Bllss often
stands, was embodded in the ahelvea be
yond. Will Martin ia fittlng a new
store ln the tenement owned by Myron
Dailey and lately occupled by George
Weeks. Mr. Ladoo came near loslng
his eyo while shoeing a borsathe other day.
As he was about to plck up tho borso's foot
the animal antlclpated his movement and
bronghtitup suddenly striklng Mr. Ladoo
ln tbe eyo wlth much force. Scbool
closed on Saturday. The pupils having no
marka In reglster were Annte Holt, Ethel
Lawrence, Nellle Lawrenco, Annie Flynn,
Florence Slayton and Wlllie Guy, Lena
and Blanche Weeks had one tardy mark
eacb. Martba Balley was absent the last
day only and that on account of illneas.
Ned Lawrence had one and one-halt days
absence on account of lllnosa.
Warning. Porsons who suffer from
cougba and colds Bhould heed tbe warnings
of daoger and save tbomsolves sufferlng and
fatal results by uslng One Minuto Oougb
Cure. It ls an infalllble remedy for coughB,
colds,. cronp and all throat and lung
troubles. W. E. Terrill & Co.
Maude S. Merrlll ls ongaged as clerk in
the post ofllce, and began work on Monday.
Byron Berry left on Tueaday for Talla
poosa, Ala,, with the lntentton of apendlng
tho winter. He liopea for un lmprovemont
ln bealth, and expects to work at bls trade
of harneas'maker.
The two entertalnment9 glven by Captaln
Jack Crawford last week, were a great stic
cesa, The Grand Army Post deserves tbe
flnanclal galn wblcli its enterprise has
brought it, and the thanks of tho peoplo for
providing a clean and wholesome enter
talnmeut. Mra. W. H, Goodwln of
Wells Rlver, asslsted by deputy Inspector
of tho Woman's Ruliof Corps, lni-pectoil the
local corps last week, R. W. Allen's
meat market is closed, as his Btock of goods
has been attached in the lnterest of varlous
credltors. The attached goods aro adver
tlsed to be aold at a Bherlff's sale on tbo
24th inst. Mr. Allen has much aympatby In
his roverses. ; II. O. Blxby and wife
are ln Boston making purcbasea of goods.
Minnie B. Whltnoy bas charge of Mr. Blx
by's Btore In bls absonco, Mrs, 0. P.
Dlcklnsou ls qulto 111 wlth tho measlos.
Mrs. G. A. Andrus went to Concord,
N. II., on Monday with hor daughter,
Laura, whero she ls to koep house for a
gentleman. Tho ladles of Mrs. S. N.
Goss' Sunday-school olass mado her a
pleasant Burprise vislt on Thursday even
lng, it belng her blrthday. , Wlllard
Bradshaw, stop-son of Goorgo Bradshaw,
dled on tbo 23d ult., at Davisville, Cal ,
whero ho has followed tho trade of carrlago
maker for many years. His disoase was
oonsumptlon. J. M. Comstock haa
boen anpolnted admlnlBtrator of the eBtate
of the lato Mrs, Sarah J. Illxby. John
W. Burbank ls worklng for A. L. Sprague,
Mlsa Kato Godfrey, who has beon ln Loba
non for tbe past few months, lias returned
home. William Coburn and Jobn
Baker bave bought out E. Dlamond'a milk
route to Stafford. We havo newa of
tbo death of Wllllam Trisk. ScboolB
ln tbls viclnlty havo olosod until after
ThankBglvlng. Tbomas Manlon from
Crlpplo Greok, Colorado, MlssesMaggle and
Kato Manlon of Lawrence, Mass., are vlsit
ing their Bister, Mra, Ilaley; also John Man
lon from Olcott spent Sunday wlth her.
Mrs. Wllllam Rlx Is in Oanada wlth
a daughter, Mrs. Brlgga and daughter
havo returned to East Barre, Mra, Jennle
Brlggs-WatBon is stopplng at Geo, Wat
son'a. School closed wlth an exbibl
tion on Saturday evenlng, whlcb waa well
patronized, All were well entertatned,
There was a colloctlon taken to start a fund
for a llag. Mlss Nettle Sargont, teacher.
.Tcrry Dlmcoy has his bllls out for an auc
tlon on Novomber 19. IIo offora bls farm
and porsonal propsrty for sale. Mr. and
Mrs. Dlmcoy go to Southcrn Plncs, N. C,
whoro Mrs. Dlmcny has two slstors and a
brother-ln-law. Hor sister Ellon has had a
paralytlo shock and ber brothor-ln-law has
beon an lnvalld for years. ; Mr. and
Mrs, Charlos Tburberof Falrleo are vlsiting
his paronte, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thurbor
and famlly. Mrs. 0. 8. Sargont has
roturnod hoino nlter an absnnce of about
flvo wooks, Mra. G. II. Wllson ls
away on a vislt to Koene, N. II., and
Orango, Mass. Frank Itutton Iost a
nico horso last week from lnflnnimatlon of
tho kldnoys. Mrs. G. W. Hookor's
Blstor and hor husband from Canada aro
vlsiting her on tbolr bridal trlp. At.
tbis late day sblngllng of tho acadomy has
been bogun. ; , In tho last woek's Issuo
of tho WATCiiMAN, lt should bnvo boen Jobn
Vormouth lnstoad of Fred Vormoutb, who
was montloued as belng very slck,
Kast Corinth.
Tbo Unlversallst peoplo wlll hold a socl
ablo In Rchool hall on Frlday ovenlng,
Novombor 23, young and old aro cordlally
lnvited to attend. Admlsslon ton couts.
All aro requested to bring tbolr luncb wlth
Ruv. L. II. Elllott of tho Vormont Blblo Sc
clety occupled tho nulplt on Sunday.
Tho Vlllago school. tanght by Mlss East
mati of Bradford, closod on Frlday.
W. R. Rowlond, who has beon teachlng at
Barre, ls spendlng bls vacatlon at bomo.
Tbo crnamory pald its patrons 22
cents for Octobor buttor. 1 An onter
talnmont will be glvon by tbo band and
Christian Eudoavor soclolyln the church on
Frlday ovenlng, followed by asupper in the
vostry. All nro cordlally lnvited to attond.
Mlss Hattlo M. Pago who has been
vlsiting at Bradford bas roturncd.
South Corinth.
F. P. Bllss was ln tbis vicinity on Thurs
day buyiug maplo sugar. Prlce pald, flvo
cents por pound. , Mr. nnd M Mun
roe Stovens of Concord, N. H., spent a part
of last weok at their cousin'a Rqswell
Crook's. Illram B. Robio of Salem,
N. II., was tho guest of Mlss Nettlo Robie
for a day last weok. IIo was a nativo of
thls town aud was looking up old friends,
aftor an absonco of many yoars. IIo re
turned to his bomo on Saturday. 1 Mrs.
F. G. Clmpman returned to Manchester. N.
H., on Frlday, much restod aud rofreahed
by hor tbreo months' vacatlon In Vermont.
, An uuwelcomo snow storm camo to
us ou Frlday, leavlng eigbt or ten Inchos In
some places. Slelghs aro ruuning soine on
the hlll roadB, wlth paor whoeliug on tho
tualn roadB.
West Corinth.
The school-houso bas beon thoroughly re
paired outsldo and in and 1b asgood as new.
School commonced agalnon Tuesday of last
week wlth Mlss Abbio Johnson, as teacher,
1 About one foot of snow fell here on
Tliursday nlgbt and Frlday. It camo as a
surprlso aud found many unpropared.
Joel Blxby and famlly havo moved
to Cookvlllo. Mr. Morrison haa fln
Isbod work for Edgar Day and wlll go away
for a wblle.
Small plll, aafo plll, best plll. DeWitt's
Littlo Early Risers curo bllliousnoss, con
stipation, sick headacho. W. E. Terrill &
Kust Montpellor.
J. H. Bero, cut one foot qulto severely
wlth an axe last Friday.
Mrs. T. B. Stovona is crltically 111 wlth
pneumonla. Dr. W. F. Lazelle attends her.
Rev. E. 0. Downey of Northfield is ex-
pected to preacb next Sunday ln exchango
with Rev. Mr. Cobh.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Wesley Hlll start on
Thursday night for Redlands, Cal,, whero
they wlll spend the winter.
Rev. Walter Dole of Enflold, N. H wlll
preach at tho brlck church on Thursday
evenlng at half past aevou, Subject, "The
New Era of tho Unlversallst Church."
The vlllage scbool closed last Frlday,
Fannlo E. Wheaton of Barre, teacher.
Thero wore twenty-eight pupils reglatered
wlth a daily average o( 24 49-CO. Thoso hav
ing neither absent nor tardy marka were
Florence Coburn, Ella Dudley, Harry Dud
ley, Albert Reed, Jesse Reed, George
Sployd, Charlio Taylor and Richard Wll
lard, Carl Sibley was absent only one-half
A Cahd. We, tho underslgned, do here
by agree to refund tbe money on a flfty-cent
bottlo of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar
lf lt falls to cure your cougb or cold. We
also guarantee a twenty-flvo cent bottle to
prove satisfactory or' money refundod.
W. L. Pierco, East Calais.
0. R. Dwinell, East Calais.
W. G. Nyo, North Montpelier.
G. L. Pray, North Montpelier,
North Montpelier.
Tho Ladles' Circle ls to hold its annual
apron festival some time in tho near future.
The young poople'a meetings at the church
every Sunday evenlng aro to commence at
G:45 instead of 7:30 as beretofore.
Rev. E. C. Downey of Northfield ls to
supply the pulplta at the East and North
villages next Sunday in exchango wlth our
E. W. Hammett, who has been apendlng
several months here the guest of Mr. and
Mra. L. C. Hammett, returned to his home
ln New York Clty last week,
Our creamery ls ln a very prosperous con
dltlon and making between aix and seven
bundred pounda of butter dally. They paid
tbelr patrons twenty-three and three-fourtbs
cents per pound for October butter.
Rev. Walter Dole of Entleld, N. H., will
preacb at tbe church at the East vlllage on
Thursday evenlng at 7:30 P. M. Subject
"The New Era of the Unlversallst Church."
A largo attendance Is deslred and all aro
Dr. Rodney Wlllard, son of our esteemed
nelghbor F. E. Wlllard, started thls week
for Island Pond where be is to locato ln tbe
practlco of his profession. "Rod." numbers
many friends ln thls his natlve place, who
wish hlm abundant auccesa lu bls new
The oldor resldents wlll very ploasantly
remember John Gray, brotber of G. S. Gray
of thls vlllage, who many years ago left tbis
hla boybood's bome to seek bla fnrtuno
west, he having raade Salem, Oregon, hla
home for twenty-flvo or thlrty years past.
niB many rolatlves and friends here extend
to hlm their heartfelt Bympathy in his re
cent bereavement in tho doatb of bls wife.
Tbo members of the "Indonendont Club"
aro to hold thetr annual cblcken plo festival
at Vostry Hall ln thls vlllago next Saturday
evonlng. For entortatnmont tboy bave pro
cured tho servlces of tho celebrated reader,
Sam Currler of Danville, whlcb, wlth Mrs.
Elleu Nyo Gray oBslsted by Mlsaea Allco
Maud and Laura Gray upon the musical
programme, tho manageinent feel justlfled
In guaranteelng a very enjoyable entertalu
ment. Tho proceeds aro for the beueflt of
tbo church aud wlth thls worthy object ln
vlew ahould ensuro a crowded houso. Good
accommodatlons for toaina.
Mlss Gertrude V. Cutler, teacher ln our
dlstriot, closod last Frlday tbo second very
succoBBful term of school here, having mado
warm frlenda of the parenta as woll as tbo
scbolara during her atay bore. Thoso achol
ars having no marka during tbls last term
were Allco Gray, Besslo Gray, Nottlo John
son, Hattlo Johnson, Bosslo Buttortleld.
George Temploton, Harry Coburn, Edward
LaVarnway, Cbarlie LaVarnway, Florence
Ilolllster and Gracle Holllster. Tbose bav
lug but ono absent mark wero Laura Gray,
Emola Goodrlch, and Harry norr. In klnil
romembrance tho scbolara each contrlbuted
toward a nlce prosont for their teachor wblcli
was presentod to her tho last day of the
Rev. Mr. NIcliols of Norwich wlll occupy
tho pulplt in exchango wlth Rov, Mr. Mc
Duftee on Sunday. Thero was a llter
ary ontertalnment and chicken-ple Bupper
In Acadomy Hall on Frlday ovenlng.
Mlnnle and Dan Coombs vlslted relatlves at
Falrleo recently, Mra. Luther Yar
rlngton has been vlultlng her alster ln
MassachusettB. Frank Olark and wlfo
have beon viBlting hor father, A. Trescott.
John W. Egan wos ln Wost Randolph on
buslness last Thursday,
Bort Stockwoll wlll go to Montpollor ns
juror noxt Monday nlght.
Mlss Mary Egan wrltos bomo that sho Is
much Improvod ln bealth,
Jolin Smltb ls to ontor tho omploy of
John W, Egan thls wlntor,
Mrs. E. 0. Glogston of Barro vlsltod hor
son Clydo ono day last wook,
Uev. B, Wallaco Jouos of Barro preached
for tho Unltarlans last Sunday,
A happy comblnatlon: Tho Vbkmont
Watohman nnd tho Jloston Joumal.
Martin Ilorbort, T. E. Prioo and M. H,
Farrar spont last Saturday at Montpollor.
Tbo croamory Is runnlng evory othor day
now, tho supply of mllkbocomlng smallor.
Mrs. F. D, Maynard roturned from her
vlsit wlth frlonds in Montpollor last Friday,
Tho gonlal salosman, 0, E. Townsond,
vlslted tho local lnorchantslast Wednesday,
Fred Tbompson of Easox vlsltod his Bls
tor, Mlss Jonnlo Johnson, a fow days last
. Addlo M. nammond roturnod from a
week's vislt with rolatlves in Windsor, last
1 William Pattorson of Watorbury was om
ployud by Mrs. J, U. Somers a portlon of
ast weok.
Luther Guyotto shot two flno rabblts on
Plno hlll last Saturday, tho flrst klllod
around horo.
Mrs. Jonnlo Tbompson has boon making
oxtonstvo ropalrs ou tho barng ou her farm
at tho Centor.
0. MoMurpby has been employcd by Lu
clan Whito In tho repatr of bls dwolllugs
tho past woek.
Poter Guyotto has been conflned to tho
houso serlously throatoned wlth pneumonla
tho past weok.
Mrs. Suo A. Bryant roturned to St. Johns
bury last Thursday, after a long vislt wlth
hor slstor, Mrs. M. W. Mlles.
W. H. Farrar of tho Washington Houso
wlll hold n Tbanksglvlng hall Novomber
21. Muslc, Chaso's Orcbestra.
Jobn Bagloy of Montpollor vlsltod bls
parents on Moretown Coininou, and hla
brothor Rufus nt Vlles' Plant last wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroo Backua of Waits
field visltod Mrs. Backus' brothor, E. S.
Dana, last wook Tuosday and Wodnosday
Tho rccont hoavy Bnow broko tho wlro
counectlng tho crossing Blgnals, but tho
tralns run just tho same, and no ono misses
a nulsanco.
Tbe Hlll Whist Club niet. at Goorgo Lew
is' Iaat Saturday ovenlng. Tboro wero
fourteen tablos, and a vory enjoyable timo
was reportod.
Suow fell to a depth of over one foot at
tho Centor last Frlday, and tho resldents of
that portlon of tho town aro onjoylng slelgh
ridos, ctc, lu consequenco.
J. W. Egan's forco of choppers wlll soon
tako up tbolr abodo on Mount Hunger,
sevon mlles away, where tboy will cut a
thnusand clapboard logs, besidos otbor tiin
ber. Fred Guyette and Mlss Sarah Baldwin wore
marrled last Saturday evenlng at tho home
of tho bridegroom's brotber, Frank Gnyotte.
Rev. G. S. IIulbertof Moretown performed
the ceremony.
Clarenco Long returned from his buslness
trip to Burlington and olaowboro on Mon
day. He reports tho market asslowly rislng,
wlth prospects of tbo maxlmum helght
withln a fow daya.
The Northfield iVeto and Arfut wlll prob
ably prlnt an account of tho heroic captnre
of an eagle by E. A. Earlo. No, tbank you,
wo are not ln need of fabricationa wblcb
lure the reportor into verdancy.
Mlss Carrle Swift, accompanied by Mlss
Wigglns, came down to attend the soclal
held at Mr. Swlft's last Wednesday even
iog. Tbere were about thlrty in attend
ance, and a most enjoyable time was ro
po'ted. Scbool at the vlllage closed last Friday,
with approprlate exerclses, auch as reclta
tlons, dialogues and gymnastio drllls. Re
freahments wero served to the pupils and
vlaltora. The former ga ve markei evidence
in lmprovemont under the sklllful manago
ment of their teacher, Mlss Badger,
MIbs Ellzaboth Rooney closod her second
succeasful term of school across the rlver, ln
dlstrlct No 9, last Friday. The closlng ex
orclsea, whlch conslsted of recltatlons, dec
lamatlons, dialogues, gymnastio drllls and
marchlng, ahowed much lnterest on the part
of the little people. A bright school paper
was read by Flossle Converso and Lee
Bronson. Pupils bavlng no marka for the
term are Emery Newhall and Floaale Cofl
verse. Books were glven as a reward of In
dustry by the teacher.
J. C. Berry, ono of the best known clti
zons of Spencer, Mo., testtfles that he cured
himself ol the worst klnd of piles by uslng
a few boxes of DeWitt's Wltch Hazel Salve.
He had been troubled wlth piles for ovor
thlrty years and had used many difTerent
klnds of so-called curea: but DeWitt's waa
the one that dld the work and he will verlfy
thls statement if any one wisbes to wrlte
hlm. W. E. Terrill & Co.
The Jaqulth will case whlch haa been
pendlng in court was decided last week
at Worcester, Mass., ln favor of the
WooBter helra of thla town.
Leon Rathbone and Flora Tanner were
marrled November 4 by Rev. Samuel Lewis.
Maud Foster has gone to work for
Delbert Dwinell of East Calais. - Mlss
IIattl6 Cole 1b in Montpelier dressmaklng.
Anna Webster of Montpelier vlslted
at Wllllam Parks' part nt last week.
Chet. Wood bas so far recovered from the
accldent of two weeks ago, as to be out with
tbo ald of crutches. Mrs, Olark North
rop has been ln town the past few days
stopplng at W. E. Lamberton'a. : Mrs.
W. II. II. Mears has beon 111 tbe past few
daya. Rov. 8. G. Lowls has been ap
pointed Loilgo Deputy of Marshfield Lodge
No. 14, Knlghts of Pythias. The au
thorltlea have been laylng a sewer plpe
from Ira Bemls' to tbe rlver. Allco
Packer Flshor of Cabot roturned from Bos
ton Saturday nlght and ls stopplng a few
days wlth hor sister, Mrs, Nellle Packer
Moars. Gllbert Smltb has moved to
the Edwin Merritt farm. , Mr. Funk,
who bas been worklng for G. and F. Wooa
ter, tbo past year on their farm, has re
movod bls famlly to St. Johnsbury.
Mrs. George Wooster ia lald up wltb a
badly-spraiued aukle. Daulel Hal
corab ls carlngfor the Methodlst church as
J W. Davls haa roslgued. Rev. Sam
uel Lewis was in SheQleld last week at
tondlng revlval aervlces. Marshal
Smltb and wife of Northfield was ln town
last week. : Mrs. Clark Northrop haa re
turned, after quite a long vislt In New York
state. O. D. Colo has bought tho J.
D. Sauborn farm. The flfteenth wed
ding annlversary of Andy Colo and wlfo
was hold at tbolr bome on Monday evenlng.
Rev. E. 0." Downey of Northfield
preached at the Unlversallst church on
Tuesday evenlng, Dr. Glllette was
slck at tbo Exchango Ilotol In Montpelier
laat weok wltb heart trouble. The
Marshfield Co Operatlve Creamery Assoclu
tlon ls boomlng Tboy mado lu tho month
of Octobor 12,712 pounds of butter and pald
patrons twenty-threo couts per pound. Tho
Iowest per one bundred of mllk was ninety
seven ceuta and tho higheat 81.43.
The Mlsaea Ethel Gardner aud Isabello
Kelley spent a part of last wook ln Bolton
villo vlsiting relatlves. James II.
Gardner and Charles Reld wore gnesta of
Goorgo Kelley last wook.
A Oabd. We,the underslgned, do hore
by agreo to rofund tho money on a flfty
cont bottlo of Greene'a Warranted Syrup of
Tar lf it falls to ouro your cough or cold,
We also guaranteo a twenty-flvo cent bottlo
to prove satisfactory or no pay,
E. W, Gilman, Marshfield,
E. F. Leavltt, Plainfield.
J. M. Wlllard, East Montpelier.
A, A, Bllss, Sodom,
4 DeWitt's Wltch Hazel Salve
Curci Pllci, Scsld, Uuroi.
Koyal makei tlio food pure,
wholesome ond dcllclous.
Absolutcly puro
C. A. Edgertnn ls puttlng in a systom of
sewerago from bls houso to tbo rlver.
Rov. L, O. Sherburne of St. Albans vls
ltod bls brother-ln-law, Uev. Dr. W. S.
Hazon, last Frlday,
Mlss Emlllo Stovens Is supplylng a va
cancy ln tho Spaulding graded School of
Barro for two weeks.
Dutton & Richmond havo their now caah
systotn completed and Mlss Eva llarvoy
wlll bo Installed as casblor,
Tho Illgh School oponod on Monday.
The grammar and Intermediate aud pri
mary grados aro stlll closed.
Tho ladles ot St. Mary's patlsli gavo a
sugar party at the parlsh houso on Tues
day. Warm sugar on snow waa aorved.
Blshop Hall held sorvlceB at St. Mary'a
church last Tuesday and cbristened the in
fnnt, son of Rov. and Mrs. J. S. Sutherlund
at their bome.
Farnsworth & Douol havo opened an at
tractlvo llno of crockcry and hardwaro ln
tbo old Hustou store, whlcb has been en
tlroly romodelod.
About half ot our peoplo havo been lux
ttriating with cutters for tho past few days.
The rest contlnue to drag urouud on wheels,
but not on bare ground.
It ls oxpectod that the Conversatlonal
Club wlll meet at tbe Northfield Ilonse
next Monday nlght as tbe guests of C. M.
Davls, Eaq., and Usten to a p vper by W. W.
Rov. Androw Gillies of Trinlty church,
Montpelier, preached at tho Mothodlst
church Sunday mornlng and gave an ad
dress at a unlon temporanco moeting in tho
Tho flro department responded to a call
last Frlday nlght to go to Gouldsvllht to as
sist in puttlng out the flre in Charles Heath's
barn. The barn aud contents woro a total
loss and tbe houso was barelj saved.
Public Tbanksglvlng Day sorvices wlll
ba held at Concert Hall at 7:30 r. m Thurs
day, November 25. Captaln John L. Mose
ley wlll preslde. There wlll be tour ten
minuto addresseB by tho resident pastora.
Tbo death of Mrs, Slmon Judd occurred
last Frlday mornlng at her home on Main
street. She had been 111 for several weeks
and ber death was not unoxpected. The
funeral was hold on Monday at eigbt
o'clock, Rev. E. C, Downey ofllclatlng.
Mrs, R. W. Demorltt died at her home at
the Centor Vlllage Tuesday of last week.
She bad been ln feeble bealth for soveral
months and fell a victlm of consumption.
Sho had won tbe love and admlration of
many elnce her removal here from Wil
liamstown about two years Bince. The fu
neral was attended at her late home Thurs
day at ten o'clock, Rev. J. O. Sherburne
ot Williamstown ofllclatlng, asslsted by
Rev. L. P, Tucker. The remalns wore
taken to Waterbury Center for interment.
South Northfield.
Mrs. Mabel Hlll haa been vlsiting in
Barre. Mrs. A. "J. Hutchinson ls in
Warren caring for her daughter, Mrs
Georgo Long, who is 111. Mra. Har
riet Glazler has gone to Naahua, N, H., to
apend the winter. Mra. Nelson Tyler
closed anothor succesaful term of (-cliool
here laat week. , Hosea Blancbard,
formerly of Braintree, has moved lnto Mrs.
FranciB Wright's house and wlll run the
new grlat mill for Rlce & Partch.
Fred Fisher bas gone to Everett, Mass,, to
work for Martin Blmons, formerly ot thls
place. Mr. Slmons is meeting with good
auccesa in the grocery buainesa,
George Kiaer is vlsiting relatlvos in town.
Dr. W. E. Lazelle has enlarged bls ofllce.
Tho Unlversallst soelety are repairlng
their church.
Mr. ond Mra. J. B. Wells are vlsiting their
Bon ln Cambridge.
Mrs W. E. Lazelle spent Saturday wlth
frlonds ln Burlington.
Mrs. R. D. Rlcharda vlslted in Montpelier
and Barre laat week.
Tho Plainfield Creamery Company pald
twenty-one cents for October butter.
Cllnton Cutler has been repairlng, palnt
ing, paperlng and otherwlso improvlng the
lnterlor of hla house.
John Shorey Is soon to close his servlces
wlth Liveryman H. S. Parks and Con.
Parks ia to take bls place.
Chester Sanborn had ono foot severely in
jured while at work for the railroad com
pany one day last week.
A. N. Flood has purcliasod of 0. Wood a
boller and Is settlng it upon Nuysmith brook
for tho purpose of dlstlllingBpruce oll.
Mlss Lalla Harvoy of Montpelier and Mlss
Ellzaboth Ilanson of Barro spont tbo flrst
ot tbe week wlth Mlss Besslo Lazelle.
F. W. Forsythe, D. D. G. M., of North
field, and M. N. Mclver of Barre vlslted
Wyomlng Lodge F. and A. M. on Tliursday
Arthur Batchelder has beon wrestltng
wlth the measles and a little daughter of
Bert Townsend's ls down wlth tbe same
The schoolB ln town cloaed November 6,
for three weeks vacatlon. In dlstrlct No.
7, Grover Towiiaond and Cherrle Laird bad
no marka during the term. Misses Atkins
and Austin aro to teacb agaln tbo winter
Death removed from our midst on Satur
day ovenlng, ono of tho oldest and most re
spected cltizens of tbe town ln tho person
of Ira F. Pago. Mr. Page had been in
feeble bealth for a long time and as bo was
nearly elghty-two years old, his decease was
not unlooked for, but his presenco wlll be
sadly mlssed by all for bls suiiiiy disposltlon
mado hlm a pleasant compaulon ot the
young as woll as thoso nearor hla own ago
Hla funoral was attended on Tuosday tho
lntermont belng ln tho villago cemetory.
South Ryegate.
D, R, Buchanan came bomo from Now
Orleans on Saturday, looking halo and
hearty after an absonco of slx years. He
will return tho last ot tbls woek. 1 The
Ladles' Ald Soelety wlll glvo a chlckon
plo aupper at the Endoavor room of tho Re
formod Preabyterlan church on Thursday
evenlng of tbls weok from atx to olgbt
o'clock. Mr. Jackaon will glve a Bhort leo
turo on hla travols ln foreign countries, ln
tbe andlence room after supper. Mrs,
L. A. Jackaon aud Mlss Maggle Arthur
went to Phlladelphla on Frlday and wlll
return thls week. Tho winter term of
sohool for advanced soholars began on Mon
day wlth Mr, Gllbreth ot Barnet, teaoher.
There ls no need ot littlo chlldren belng
torturod by scald head, eczema and skln
ernptlons. DeWltt'a Wltch Hazel Salve
glyea lnatant rellef and oures permanently.
W. E, Terrill & Co.
NOTE. All Mail Ordors oxcooding $5.00 in amount will
bo sont EXPRESS PREPAID, within 100 milos radius of
Worcostor, and allroturn O.O.D. ohargos will bo paidbyus.
Sencl for Sninplcs or our New TIIANKSdlVINU TAIIhE MJfKNS nnd
SNUG BLANKETS at frigid prices: Handsome
white wool, ii 4 size, blue border. A heavy $2.79 blanket
offcred at $2.19 pair. A grand $3.50 blanket offc-red at $2.69
pair. A strictly $5.50 blanket offered at $4.49 pair. One case
full 12-4 (orthe extrafull size) all wool blankets, never sold in
, tnis city under $8.oo, for only
Skirting with a colored border, and colored loop stitched edge,
one side, special for Petticoats; 30 inches deep, 15c yard 36
inches deep, 17c yard. New Plaid Flannels, in beautiful tartan
and novelty colorings. Especially dt signed for Blouse Waists,
VVrappers or Children's Dresses, all wool and beautifully soft
37 i-2c yard. Imported Roman Plaid Flannels for same pur
poses, 27 inches, 70c yard. Double faced Cotton Eiderdown,
in new spotk-d and strired styles, and cheerful colors, full width
17c 3To,27ClB
Over Taplin's Dry Goods Store, Cor State and Main St.
Our Repairings Are Equal to New,
My motto is STYLE AND ECONOMY I nm ready to meet all demands ia
Ladii'8' Fine Tniloriui: in Cloaks, Suits, etc, nnd hopo to give you full eatis
fnction. I respoetfuliy refer to Messrs. A. D. Farwcll, George Taplin and
W. E. Adams. MAIL ORDERS promptly attended to.
For the Equitable Life
We settled a 20 year Endowment paying 4
per cont compound interest for 20 years laok
ing $9.35. The party paid $47 68 annually.
We paid him $1,467.25. 4 per cent amounts
to $l,47b.b0. Hehad years lnuisputable
insurance. Now he has his money back with a
fair rate of interest. He ought to allow 2 per
cont for insurance and 1 per cent for raxes, $
X and if so it would make
interest. This is good enough.
For Particulars Inquire of
W. H. S. WHITCOMB. General Ast,
Equitable Building, 100 ChurcKZSt.
Burlington, Vt.
J W. C. WHITE, Agent,
An Ohlo farmer has bargalned for tbe
Frank Cbatnbers farm. 1 A. I1. Bacon,
whose dwelllng house was lately burned
down, has removed to Thetford, to a place
between the Center and Post Mllls. .
Josepb IMchardson has inoved to tbe Mat
thow Koyes house in the border ot Sharon.
Ueury L. Bragg has rented rooms ln
the J. E. Hatch house, and Brouton Jordau
now occuples the Lucius Carpenter house.
: It. A. Olark and wlfo havo bought of
tbe John Dow helrs ten acres of land ad
jointng tho Lester Harrett placo lately pur
chased by tbem. D. E, I'alue, who
has had a second stroke ot apoploxy, is now
nearly holploss and wlthout the power of
speecb, Wo have now a daily stage,
run by Bert Sllloway, to 1'ompanoosuo and
back. Tbe bedstead factory ls belng
repalred. Work will bo ronowed in it this
week. The Whito Klver Good Tem
plars' Cnlou wlll be held here on Saturday,
Docembor 4. Ilazen Clark Is chlef
templar of tho Good Templars' lodge.
Ilon. J. 8. Morrlll and S. F. Krary havo
boen olectod llbrary commlttee for the year
beglnnlug November 1. Our llbrary now
contains more than 4,000 voluuies.
A Clevku Tricic It cortninly looks
llko it, but thero ia reully no trick about
lt. Anybody can try it who haa lamo
baek and weok kindoye, tnnlaria or
norvous troubles. We uiean he can
cure hiuiBelf right awoy by takingElec
tric DitterB. This mcdlcino tones up
tbo wholo syBtem, acts as a stlralunnt to
tho livor and kidneys, is a blood purl
fler and norvo tonic. It curea consti
patlon, headacho, falnting apells, sleop
leBBnoBB and molancboly. It is purely
vegotablo, a mild laxativo, and restorca
tho syBtem to its naturnl vigor. Try
Electrio Bitters and bo convincod that
thoy aro a miriclo workor. Every bot
tlo guarantoed. Only flfty cents a bot
tlo at 0. Blnkely'a drug storo.
,$5.00 a pair.
Tickets To Everywhere !
Wo represont slx ot tho beit Stoamahlp
Compauios. Cook's Tours to all parts of
ho World. Wo can build you a tlcket
to all pointa on thls Contlnent. If you
ira golng to travol call and see us. lt
wlll cost you nothlng, and wo may be
ible to serve you to great advantage, as
wo have tho best equlppod otllce outsldo
of Iloston and Now York.
HUiaiNGTON, vr.
Practical Furrier
and Cloaks.
7 per cent compound
- Montpelier, Vt.
, West Topsham.
Mlss Mehuron closed a vory pleasant and
profltablo term of scbool on Friday, and
will teach hero agaln thls winter. She re
turned to ber home in Fayston on Saturday
to stay through the vacatlon. 1 Mrs. C,
C, Lo'rd of Groton was here last week wlth
ber father, M F. Wllds. Uev. John
Vauce went to Corinth ou Sunday aftor
noon to hold a Norvico. A large num
ber of Free-will Baptlsts answered to the
roll-call on Thursday afternoon. Each ono
glvlug a short testtmony in regard to their
life slnce tbey bad flrst become a Christian.
Thero wero several letters read from mem
bers of tbe church here who now resldo in
other places and wero unable to he present.
The meotlng was a very iuteresting aud
helpful one to all tbose present. At lts
close a bountiful supper was served in the
vestry, after whlcb the timo was spent so
clally until tho ovenlng service whlch began
at half past seven. liev. Mr. Briggs of
Washington occupled the pulplt and gavo
an excollent sertnon from II. Tiuiothy, 2-3.
His text was a good ono aud be did Jtntico
to lt. No oue who ltstoned to bls impros
slvo words could fall to be beueUted by
James Ilobart ls gradually faillng. i
Mlss Cora Deuel and her mother of North
field are vlsiting Itev. George E. Deuel,
Carroll and Cora Ltnce and Miss
Hattlo Vall Of Montpelier Semtuary vtsited
Dr. A. J, Lance last week, . Schoolg
closed throughout town last Frlday. Tbo
whole uumber ot pupils of tho prlmary de
partment at the corner waa thlrty-twoj av
erago attendance, twenty-elght. Arthur
Alexander, Frauk Buok, Eldrldge Jacobs,
Carl Ulchardson, Ulchard 8tone and Ida
Burrlll were perfect lu attendauca, Grover
Bnck, Ilarley Jacobs, Mauser Btone and
Maud Glogston wero each absent one-half
day. Bell Camp was teacher. Mlss
Flora Scagel ls to return to her scbool and
Mrs. Carrle Town ls to teach tho prlmary
department for the winter.
You can't cure consumption but you can
avold It and curo every otlier forra ot throat
or lung trouble by tbo usa ot One Minuto
Cougb Cure. W. E. Terrill & Co.

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