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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 1898. Williamstown. Tlio prcsout outlook for a good grass ctop ls encouragtng. MbJot D. Fllnt dlod on Monday nlght aud wlll bo Imiled today. Mrs. JoBcph Schoflold la vlsltlng tlio pa rents ol lior husband, lioro. Our creamory seoms to bo baving an ox collont patronago at thls tltne. Wlll Klbbeo has had na guoats, ol lato, bls Blstor, Mra. Dnrkoo, nnd hor llttlo daughter. Wllllam Wlthorell took tlio body of hla wlfo tqLowoll, Masa., for burial on Tucb day. IIo wlll bo absent two or tbroo weeks. Ollvor Martln and wlfo wlll bo at tbo fartu of Mossrs. Georgo and Elbort Jackaon for tbo present, alnco bo cannot reaumo Btono cuttlng. Mlss Lula Durnham bas toturnod to tbo study of tnuslo ln Qoddard soinlnaiy. Hor Blstor, Mlss Sarah, la taklng lesaonB on tbo vlolln ln Ilarro. A sowcr 1b to bo put ln on tbo oaat aldo of our Maln stroot, from George Bockett's place, to erupty into tbo stream that ilows through tbo General E. BasB meadow. MesBrs. Seaver and Smltb of tbo moat uarket, have aold bo J. K. Lynde, tbo bulldtng lot opposlto tbo rosldonco of K. 1 Blanchard, to wblcb tboy bavo boon haul lng granlte. Lawrenco Murray, wbo caino to East Barre laBt yoar frotn St. George, N. B , to run a granlto latbo for tbo Grearson Broth erB, bas roturnod to bla old bonie. IIo 1b a brotbor of Waverly and Joo Murray, now of our vlllage. Our Welsb granlte cuttor, Kobert n. Jones, wIiobo famlly of four brlgbt, well trained llttlo daugbters aro bo well llked bero, baa just Bout an organ to Utlca, N. Y., to tbo two oldest ones to practlco on, wbllo at Bohool tberi-. In snUlntnmit for tholnturlea austalnod by Mrs. CbarleB M. Ersklue, at Montpelier Junction on lier return irotn an excursion tfi Mnntrpal lnst vear. tbe Ceutral Vermont railroad compauy bas just pald ber four hundreu uollara. Kev. I. 1'. Wotner la to preacb tbe ser mon on Memorlal Sunday, tbo aervicoa to be bold at tbo Congregatloual cburcb, A cbolr tnade np of slngers from tbo four re llglous Boclotlts, and accompanled by or gan, cornet and clarlonet wlll furnlsh tbe muslc. Return S. Davls baa glven up bla place on Long Island, near New York city, and wlll move to Braintree, wbero bo baa purchas od a farm. Fred, son of Gurdon Martln, wbo bas been worklug for Mr. Davls ln tbo last year, wlll roturn bere, to work for bls grandinotber, Mrs. Aaron G. Martln. Bev. P. P. Womor wlll exchange Bunday mornlng and evonlng wlth Ilev. Mr. Mitcb nll of tbe Presbvterlan cburcb of Barre Mr. Woiner wlll aUo preacb tbe aormon at tbe Orange County Cougregatloual confer ence at Tunbridge, week aftor noxt. Dea cons Edwln 0. Smltb aud Barney D. Fllnt aro to be tbe delegates from bero to tbls conforence. Kev. Dr. W. G. Puddefoot bad a good audlence bere on TueBday eveulng of last week, and some twenty uouars were tasen nt tlio close of bla address for tbo Conurega- tlonal Home Mlsalonary Soclety. It is easily Been now wby everybody wbo bas ever beard of bim, wanta to bear blm at least once. UIs very raplu, anu at iimes in illstinct Hneecb. waa a drawback to tbe ial estenlovnient of llstening to tbe inan. But be la a genlua. One of our farmers tella ua tbat be flnds an acre of Sanford corn tbat bo cuts and leavcs ln tbe fleld tlll wlnter of aa mucb worth to bim as tbroo or four acros in a bay crop. Anotber farmer tella ua tbat last year be bad between four and flve acrea of corn tbat waa cut and stooked in tbe fiold tlll fed out in January, on wblcb be fed twenty bead of cattlo up to tbat time once a day ln tbo early part of tbe fall and twice uaily, alter colu weatner. Mervllle, son of Gurdon Martln, wbo baB juat onlisted liere, couiu not pasa tuo ex auiinatton for tbe regular army at Dea Molnes. Iowa. and bo waa also tbrown out after anotber exatnluatlon for tbe aatne at Omaba, Nebraaka. Fatrick Kogera, who bas finally been accepted from bere passed tbree examinations (after baving Bbaved off bls muBtacbo at tbo tblrd one) beforo be could got lnto tbe servlce. uotn tnese ooya ougbt to mafce tiravo BOiuierB. Tbo Woman's Home Mlaslonary soclety of tbe Metbodist cburcb, wlll bold a plant sale at tbo Motbodlat vostry on Tuesday afternoon andevenlngMay 24. A good as- sortment of desirablo nlants wlll be oller ed. Cake and Ice cream will be served at tbe UBiial rates. In tbe evenlng a Hterary program bas been arranged. No cbarge for admlssion, Every one invited to call and see tbe display of ilowers andprovidethetn solvea witb well rooted plants, at a reason- able prlce. A sorrowf ul man waa tbe father of tbe granlto boys, Patrlck and Jack Bogera (bls only sons bere), wbo enlisted for tbe Cuban war. and left for Burlington on tbe Gtb lnst. Tbe foriner of tbe two failed to pasa tbe ex amlnatlon at Burlington, but was to try it agaln ln bla deaire to be accepteu. TMa father came bere from Australia not long ago, and a daugbter, wbo camo about tbo samo time irom xiingianu, is uib nouaeKeeper. For tbla f atber now we bespeak mucb klndly Bympatny irom our ctnzens. Aneua A. Mclver of tbe granlte dlstrict, wbo dled on Wednesday laBt from tbe ef- fectB of tbe terrible accluent at a quarry tbat day, in Barre, waa a Canadlan-born Scotchman. Ue was a member of tbe Free Methodlst cburcb of Graniteville, wboae servtces be attonded on Bunday mornlngs, and was a constant attenuant at Kev. j. u. Sberburne's Bnnday afternoon servlces at tbe Soltd Kock cbapel in tne quarry uib trlct. He leavea a wlfo and two cblldren. He waa burled in our vlllage cemetery on Jmuay last, Kev. J. U. uneruurne otnciat Ing. It is Bald be bad an accldent pollcy, wblcb assuros 81,500 to bls wlfe. Tbe latest news from George L. Ains- wortn was untler uate ol Marcn si. tia party was at Peace Blver CroBalng ln Atha tiaaca, gold-buntlng partiea were coming in tbere eveiy bour, a hundred a day, and from all over tbe country. Tbeir change of plan, (to go down, lnstead of up, Peace Rlver), it waa hoped would take Mr, Alns- wortb's party to Great Slave Lake, In tbe Frovlnco of Mackenzle, Nortbweat Terrl tory, about May 1. Aa tbe ice does not leare tbla lake beforeJune 15, tbe mean tlmo would be spent ln proapectlne on Hay Blver and otber streams enterlng tbe lake. If no "atrlke" sbould be made, tbe party would, after tbe 15th of June, start for tlio bead waters of tbe Llard Blver. to get as near them as posaible boforo fall. When tbe montb of tbla river la reacbed tbe "boya" wlll bavo "to pull on tbo track rope, agaluat tbe current of tbe rlver, for two bnndred mllea." Mr. Ainawortb, Bpeaklng of tbo work it wlll requlre to pull up thla rlver, adds "tbat It wlll not bowever, be a patcb to wbat we bavo been tbrougb." Burely the boys deservo buccobb. Kaat Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Aurln Arnold and son from South Framlngbam, Masa., are vlaltlng friendB bero. Tbe Ladlea' Mlte Soclety wlll meet witb Mrs. A. E. Eldredge Thura day afternoon. All aro cordially Invited. i Wlll Pitkin went to Burlington last week. IIo bas enlisted. 1 Orlando Fassett recelved news last week of the death of bls brotbor. Bev. John Faasott of Enosburg. He bas formorly preached here. Beats TnK Klonmke, Mr A. 0, Tliomaa of Marysville, Tox,, bas found a inoro vnluablo uiscovery tlian lma yot been niado in tlio ivlon .1 : l . ,. l.' i . it i i , 1 .1 1 diko. 1' or years be sulfered untold agony from consummion. accomnnnied bv nemorrliaircs: nnd was nbsolutoly cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Coiisumiition, Cougbs and Colds He declarea tbat cold is of llttlo value in com. jiarison witb tbis niarvelous curo; would liave it oven if it cost a hundrod dollars n bottle. Astlnna, ftronchitia and nll tliroat and lung nflectiona aro positively cured by Dr, King's New Discovery for Consumption. Trial bot tles free at 0. Blnkoly's drng storo. Regular size CO centa nnd $1,00. Guarauteed to curo or price ref unded. Wntorliury. Bev. L. II. Elllot will preacb ln Marab- fleld next Bunday. Tbo Ladloa' Ald Boclotv wlll moet witb Mra. F. II. Atherton thls aftornoon. Uov. Mr. Wlllman la exnectod bomo thls wook and will occupy hla pulplt noxt Hun day. A snoclal mnetlnc of tbo Waterbury Com- otery ABaoclation wlll bo bold tbla ovonlng, May 18, at tbo bomo of Mra. N. L. Cliaso nt balf paat sovon o'olock, to act on the reslg natlon of J. W. Moody aa presldont nnd to do any otber proper buslncss. Kev. W. G. Puddofoot of New York, rep- rosontlng tbo Ilomo Mlsalonary Socioty, gavo a vory intoreattng address at the Uon gregatlonal church last Frlday evonlng. IIo ls a nowerful anoakor and wlth bls unrlval- ed ability to cbarm wbllo ho convlnces, Is dolng a great work for tbo Ilomo Mlsalonary causo. A larco audlonco was nrosont at tbo oxer- cIbob ln tho Mothodlst cburcb Bunday ovon lng to celebrato tbo nlntli annlversary ol tbo Epwortn Loaguo. Prof. B. 0. Ilutcbln son, presldont of tbo local aocloty, waB ln cbarge of tbo meetlng. Dr. E. M. Sralth of Moutpollor dollvorod a vory lntoreatlng and belpful address on tbo sublect "yourselvos." Tbo fcliolr was asslstod by Mrs. Montana and Goorgo II. Wilder, Jobn Mack dlod at his bomo on Bllgh atreet laBt WodueBday mornlng, aged sevonty-elgbt yearB. Durlng tho last lifty yoars Mr. Mack bas beon n respectcd roBl dent of tbls town. He was born ln Iroland, coming to tbis country at tbo agoot twonty olgbt and spendlug tbe flrst llvo yoats in tbe employ of tho lato Ilon. P. Dllltngbam. Uo waa marrled ln 1851 to Mary Harvey, wbo with slx cbildron aurvive hlm. Mr. Mack waa a man of oxtended knowledge, well veraed in tbo topics ot tho day, an ar dent admlrer of bls adopted country. IIIs funoral was beld Frlday mornlng nt St. Andrewa cburcb, Bev. Father Blals ofllciat ing. Interment waa in St. AndrewB cem etery, Duxbury. Aftor careful conBidoratlon by the board of Bcbool directora, tho location of our now high scbool building bas been detormlned and tbo Btakes driven for beginning tbo work of excavatlng. Qulto a dlfference of opinlon exlBts aa to tho moat uealrablo loca tion, but thore la ,no doubt tbat tho judg ment of tbe board wlll bo annroved wbou tbe objectlona to tbo uppor location 1b bettor understood. Tho front ot tbo building wlll be two hundred fcot from Stowe street, not aulte bo far from lllcli atioot wbich ls onough for our llttlo ones to traverso four timcs a day durlng tbe storms and wlnds of wlnter. Tbo epace fronting Stowe and Hlgb atreets wlll be ample for a beautlful lawn and tbe foundatlon la secure for tho walla, wbllo tbe rear la protected by a nat- ural terraco witu out-cropping rocK. Tbo annunl meetlng of tho Waterbury Cemetery Association was beld last Satur- day ovonlng. Be ports of offlcers were sub mitted wblch show a satistactory condition of tbo affalrs of the association. Its pros poct for the coming year is very encourag- lng. All present aoemeu ueepiy lntereateu and feel assured tbat tbe miullc wlll re- spond generouBly and promptly, bo tbat tbe efforta of tbe newly elected offlcors may bo Bucceaalul anu tlio appearanco ol tlio cemetery continue to improve. Tbo mem bersblp of tbo association sbould lnclude every lot owner and citlzen of tbe vlllage. Tbo annual duea for memborshln of ono dollar, with an additional dollar for care of lot, wben desired, la surely a stnall aum wben tbe lmportanco ot tlio work la coU' stdered. The treasurer's renort was as fol lows: Caab on hand May U, 1897, 05.30: recelved frotn dues and care of lots. S'-08 45: apecial Bubacription for purchaae of fount- aina, 544 'Z5 mterost on tbe Btone anu CalklnB fundn, 823.80; total casb recelved, 531.89: pald for labor ln care of grounda, settlug fountalns, putting up fence, ctc, VZ'Zb u; paiu lor lountains, t-'(4.'jz; uai anco in treasury, S31.54 alBO 818 50 ln m collocted dues wblch are good. Of tbe amount ratsed for the purchase of fountalns 80 was subacribed ln town. 8101.C0 from frlonds out of town and 50.75 from pro- ceeus ot entertainment glven August u, itiMi. iiio louowing omcors lor tuo ensu ing year wero olected: J. W. Moody, prosi. dent: Mrs. M. O. Evans, vice-presldont: L, H. Ilalnes, treaaurer; Mrs, N. L. Chaso, aecrotary; Mra. II. Janes, aaslatant secre tary; executlve commlttee, Mrs. Q. E. Moody, Mra. Q. W. Atklna, MrB. H. Jancs, L. n. Ilalnes, J. J. Colby, 0. D. Koblnson: entertainmont commlttee, Mra. M. O. Evans, Mra. Charles Wella, Mrs. F. L. linlgutB, Mra. M. Wannltig; aollcltlng com' mittee, Mrs. G. E. Moody. Watorbury Contor. Martln Wllley bas bought and wlll soon occupy tho Itutb Humpbrey bouse in tbla vmage. Capt. and Mrs. O. 0. Wilder of Walts Ueld and Mrs. O. II. Blcbardaon ot Mont peller spout a day with Mra. F. M. Buker last weeK The promenade last Wednesday evening at Sominary Ilall was well attended and n Buccess ln every way. Tbo muslc by the Citlzens' Band was appreciated as was tbo courtesy oi tuo oiectric roan F. N. Marsball, a successful mercbant of TTfl.w.r.,..,,. XITniililnntnn fn tlf home here. Mr. Marahall left here twenty- one years ago, in company wltti a coualn, Hon. L. B. Cloucb. Bettllnc in Vancouver. wbere they bave alnce reslded. Mrs. Mar- aiiau came east laat fiovember, anu will re turn wlth her husband. For Constlpatlon take Karl'a Clover Boot xea, tne great Asioocl ruriner. uures bead' and makes the head clear as a bell. Sold by W. E. Terrill 8c Uo. Waltsflold li. J. McAUlster and O. M. Eaton aro in St. Albans tbis week to attend tbe grand lodge of Odd FellowB as delegates from Valley Lodge, No. 10. J. D. Davls has flnlahed work for 0. F. Eddy and is to go to Barre to work. : E. M. Carrey left on Tueaday for Greenfleld, Masa., wbero be bas a job in a cutlery and sllver platinc iaciory. isugene Mcuarty, jr.. A. W. Blgelow, J. 0. Moriartv and Bov Cbinman took a trlp to Fort Etfian Allen last Sun- uay. wrs. uerttia lliu Irom Arlzona is at home vlaltlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Howe. Mrs. Mary Waterman bas gono to Waterbury to Hve wuu nor uauguter, Mrs. uowoll Thore wlll be a meetlnir of Ainsworth Post. G. A. B., next Baturuay at two r. m. to maue unai arrangements lor Memorlal Day. Let there be a f ull attendance. An- son L. Miner and Emma Byle were mar rled at Waterbury last Wednesday. MIbs Emma L. Chase was marrled at the bomo ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chase, to B. H. Downer ot Milford, Conn., last Wednesday evenlng. The ceremony was performed by Bov. W. T. Miller. They went to thelr home in Milford Frl day, where they aro to reslde. A unlon service will be hold at tho Congre gatlonul church on Memorlal Sunday. ThomaB A. S. Noon and W. T. Miller wlll ofliclate. Ono Mlnute la not long, yot rollef Is ob talned in half tbat time bv the nse of One Mlnute Oough Oure. It prevents consump tion and qnlokly curoa colds, croup, bron cliltls, pnenmonia, la grlppo and all throat anu lung trouuies. w. is. xerrui & uo. West Topsham. Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Watson are vlsltlng ln Brooklyn, N, Y. 0. F. Bmith and W. II. Ghalmera went on tbe excuralon to Fort Etban Allen laat Bunday. , M. F, Wllds waa qulte Bick a few days laat wook but la better. Dr. and Mrs. W. L, Goodale of Montpelier were ln town tbe flrst of tbe week. vlsltlnir his narentn. 0. 0. Lord and wifo of Groton wero called hero last Saturday by the illness of Mrs, Lord's father, M. F. WIldB. Balpb W. Nowton, ono of our Topsham boys, gradu atos tbls week from tbe medlcal dermrt. ment of tbe New York Unlveralty. Hla many frlends hero eongratulate hlm, aud offer tholr beat wlsbes for his futuro suc- ceaa. DeWltt's Little Early Rbers, Tbe famoui little plll. OholBoa. Maud Scott ls worklnc at dress-maklnc wlth MIbs B. M. Gilman. : Blalne, boii of Rlcbard Smltb, baa gono to Haydonvlllo, Masa,. to mako his bomo wlth his brotbor, I'rou lii. Biiiitu. Mrs. Alma A. uavis baa bought tbo Foater Grow placo and has movod tboro. Walos Moulton bas bought of G. B. Colby tbe Ilood placo noar tho lattor's houao, and bas takon poBsesslon. Georgo Lougoo bas movod Into M. C. Allen's houso. II. B. Annis Is on tbo road agaln wlth hla bakory toam, and wlll visit tbo vlllago on Frldays. Tbo trusioes oi unoisoa Acauemy iiom tuoir an nual ineoting last Thuraday, chooalng J. B. Uacon, prosldent, G. L. Stow secrotary, W. P. Townsond treaBiuor, Dr. B. N. Goaa, J, A. B. Corwln and J. M. Comstock execu tlvo commlttee. B. n. Adams, Jr., baa been troatlng bls llvory atablo to a coat of rod palnt. Mrs, Mary Tracy's houso Is also freshly palntod. A daugbter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Georgo T. Donamoro laat Thuraday. 0. S. Emory took bla wlfo to Burlington on Saturday, wbero sho oxpects to romaln forsomo timoundor med lcal troatmont. Tholr daughtor Salllo wont wlth them and wlll stay wlth her mothor. Donald bns gono to his gracdmother's ln Tunbridge, and tbo youngoat cblld wlll bo undor MrB. W, L. Bargont's care. Many frlonds wlsh Mrs, Emery's spoedy and com ploto restoratlon to hoalth, ; J, A. R. Corwln and wifo lott on TuoBday for a vla ltlng trlp of Beveral woeks ln the Weat, go ing flrst to Minneapolls. Lutbor 8. Alion baB roturned from his wintor's work at Jacksonville. Fla. 1 Marv E. Eorlo bas roturnod from Montpelier and Is tem- porarny staying wuu tno mibbbb AniiruB. Dr. and Mra. M. II. Corwln bave been vlsltlng a few days ln Thotford and Bradford. C. E. Fllnt of South Tun bridge proachod at tbo Methodlst church on Sunday. ln oxchanco witb Bov. Mr. Allen. J. K. Darllrig has been qulto 111 for soveral days, but is botter at tbis wrltlng. Bov. A. J. Eastman preached at tbe turned to his bomo in Betblohem, N. II., on Monday. At tbo closo of tho mornlng ser vlce tlio congrcgatlon was askeu to mako an lnformal oxnresslon of tholr vlews In re- gard to Mr. Eastman as a possible candl date for tbo pastorato, and tbls oxprosslon was practlcally unanlinoua ln favor of sucb an arrangemont. Bov. E. W. Cumlngs of liarro wlll preacb next Sunday. Mrs nnnllnn 11,,.,., T-..!., TT1.1 ...1... ,l!.l vn uniuuuo uaun jniioj ui.i, nuu uidu i u- cently ln New York clty, wlll bo remomber ed as baving lived bero in ber youtb ln tho lainlly of hor cranufather. Juugo Joslah Dana. The younger genoratlon will recall tbo excollent poom whiob she road at tho centennial celobration ot tbo Bottlemont of tbo town in 1884. Brookllold. Llttlo May, daughtor of Fred Fullam, ls ln very poor liealth. Kev. Wllllam Schofield of Williamstown stlll aupplles tbe Firat and Second churchos. MIbs Llzzie Blakeborougb and nepbow of Brldgeport, Conn., aro spendlng a few weeks ln town. Frank MoWborter of Barro spent a few days in town last week, vlsltlng friendB and uuntmg wooucnucKB. Oharlos Fllnt, wbo la oinployed at tho ex perlment farm ln Burlington, spont Satur day aud Sunday in town. Georco Fullam has onlisted in the Vor mont regiment of soldiers and Ernest Sar- gent In a New JUampBblre reglmont. Mlss Emily Adams, wbo baa suffered from poor hoalth for many years, has for the last tow montbs, bad tho additional aflllction ot bllndness. Mlss Minnle Clark, wbo bas spent the laBt ntne months at Saranac Lake in tbe Adirondacks, has returned home for tho Bummer conslderably lmproved in bealth. Mlss Ada Ingrabam, wbo bas been Bpend lng some tlmo ln Sharon, made a sbort vlsit ln town last week, leavlng lor Bt. Jobns bury on Monday. Her ald in tbo servlce of song at tho Second church on Sunday, was uiguiy appreciateu. About one hundrod and elghty of tbe frlends and relatlvea of Mr. and Mra. W. J Blodgott aasombled at thelr bomo on Satur day ovenlnc to remlnu them tbat lt was tho tentb annlveraary of thelr weddlng. A very nlco little nurae of sllver. a nalr of sll ver spoons, anu somo other mementos of friendsblp were presented to them as ovi donce of the eateem and klnd wishea of tbeir frienda. Bev. Mr. Sturtovant of Braintree oilored prayer and Mr. Peck mado tho pre sentation to whicb Mr. Blodgett very ploaa antly responded, It waa a very onioyable evenlng to tboso present. Cake and coffeo wore Bervod as usual on Buch occaslons wblcb addod to the enjoyment of the evon ing. East Itrookilold. n. D. Wheatley and wlfo and daugbter, Mariorie, ol isaat iiarro woro gueats ol Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Wheatley on Sunday. Wlll C. Holmes and H. N. Mattiaon of Chelsea woro guests of Mr. and Mrs, Fred E. Holmes on Sunday. W. H, Blcbardson moved bls famlly to bla recont purchaae here on Saturday. Tho re mains of Mra. Betsey (Hibbard) Stoddard were orougnt to town on Friuay nlgnt irom Merrlmac, N. H., wbere she dled of pneu monia. They were accompanled by Mrs. ismma i-lolt anu Uhrlstopher llolt, a Uauch ter and grandson of deceased. Funeral services woro obaerved at the church on Saturday afternoon, Bev. Mr. Sturtovant of East Braintree oftlciatlng. The burial was in tbe East Hill cometery by the sldo ot her late husband, Solomon Stoddard. Plainfield. Georgo Bulkley of Moretown vlsltod hla hrother, Charles Bulkley, laBt week, Dr. W. F. Lazello has sold his land In the vlllago to T. H. Bartlett. Fred Perrin bas leased the Townsond Btoreand purchas ed tho goods. 1 Charles Lombard ls re palring his houBe, Naham Palmer vis Ited his mothor ln Woodstock last week. Mrs. Holmes and daugbter of Barre vlslted Mrs. Nathanlel Anstin last week. J. W. Butterfleld wlll apeak to tbo cblldren and young people at the Congrega tional church on Bunday mornlng. Mrs. Laura Kidder spent last week with a daughter in Barre. The Ladlea' Aid ot the Congregational church served supper to Blxty on Saturday evenlng. i Wlll Shorey went on Monday to Fawtucket, B. I., wbero be lntends to flnd work. Mr. and Mrs. T.' H. Bartlott were called to Barre on Saturday evenlng on account ot the illness ot Mrs. Bartlett's brother. A party of slz from thls town went to Fort Etban Allen on Sunday. Thero wlll be a soclable at the Congregational parson age on Frlday afternoon. All members of the Ladles' Ald aro requested to be pres ent. A reception, includlng Hterary entertainment, wlll he glven by the daugb ters of the year ln tho Methodlst vestry on Thuraday evenlng. Thls famlly may not seem famillar to all. Come and mako tbeir acqualntance. Woodbnry, Mand Daniels ls vlsltlng in Massachn tetts, John and Charles Carson bave purcbased M. V. Olark's paclng horse. Twenty-one men wero dlscharged from tbequarries last Saturday. It ls thougbt tbat tbo war will have a serious effect on granlto buslnoss. Wesley Feek brought home a nlno-pound trout from Gasplan lake last Frlday. It measured tblrty inchos long and was dell cious eatlng. We wlll have to hoop "West" if he catches anotber llko it. Houth Woodbury, Mrs. nannah Batoliolder and daugbters Buth and Gertrude vlsltod at Mrs. Lucinda Farnsworth's a few dayB laBt woek. Mrs. Frank Gonyoof Burlington Is stopplng wlth her slster, Mrs Farnswortb. Edgar Hodln of Cabot was in town over laBt Bunday. Mrs. F. Alnaworth ot Oalaia la stopplng a wbllo wlth her daugh ter, MrB. Ileury Wheelor, 1 M. S. Stoue, state superlntendent of educatlon, gave a lecture at tho ohurch on Tuoaday evenlng, "One Mlnute Oough Curo la the beat pre paratlon I have ever sold or naed and I can't say too inuch ln lts pralao." L. M. Kennon, Mercbant, Odell. Qa. W. E, Ter rill & Co. Uradford. Mlss Bosslo Lowls of Bollows Fnlla ls vlsltlng hor many frlonds In town. Charles Jonos bas been annolntod admli:- latrator of tbo cstato of the lato L. D, Pres cott. Mrs. Merlnda Illll ls Bnondlna a few wooka wlth hor daughtor, Mrs. U. C. Mc Duffoo. Hon. II, C. McDuffeo waa at Woodavlllo. N. II,, on Monday Burvoylng a lot to bo usod for a cemetery. Wllllam Davls of Shorburno. N. Y., was lti town last wook, called horo by tho doath of his brotbor, Alfrod Davla. Bov. H. T. Barnard and crandson. wbo bavo beon snondlna Bovorai dayB wlth frlonds ln Boaton and vlcinlty roturnod on Saturday ovonlng. Edwln II. Aldrlch who Is about elcbtV'Blx yoars of ago and as brlgbt and actlvo as a man oi torty, is visuing irionus atJNortu Wilmington and Cambridge, Mass. Bev. Mr. Coolldco ot Plormont was tbrown from his carrlago whllo drivlng noar tho roaUlonco of Capt. IS. li. Nyo on Saturday ovonlng and injured qulto badly. L. W. Dlckoy, a. former reBldent of thla place, but now employod as travollng aalea man for tho W. J. Boynton Baklng Com pany of Groton, Mass., spont Sunday ln town. Mlss Loila Harvoy of Montpelier waa ln town vlBitlng relatlvea on Wednesday and Thuraday. Bho wont from horo to Brook lyn, N, Y., whoro Bho ls to remain a few wooks. O. It, Dearboru has purchaaod tbo farm on tho lower plain of Wllllam E. Brown, formorly known as tho J. E. Bloeper place. Mr. Brown and famlly bavo moved to Bol lows FalU. Thero wlll bo a mlsBlonary concort at Graco church on Sunday ovonlng, May 22, at sovon o'clock. An lntoreatlng programmo iias tieon propareu consisung oi recitations, roadlngs and muslc. A team owned by J. 0. Woed of Topsham and driven by a Mr. Wllley of tbls placo was wreckcd by collidlnc wlth a water by- drant near tbe roaldonco of Dr. F. Fletcbor on Baturday afternoon. W. S. Davla, wbo baa beon soctlon forc- man lor the paat Boven years on tuo i.'ier mont sectlon of tho Boaton & Malno rall rtad, has flnlahed there and commoncod work on Monuay lor T. o. Ailuee Alfred Davls dled on Tuesday ovonlng last after soveral months illness from ca tarrh of tho bowels. Funoral aervicoa woro beld at bls lato reBldence on Thuraday at threo o'clock, Kev. A. II. Wobb oillclatlng. Itsooms vory qnlot horo in Bradford aiuco tho boys left to join the regiment at Fort Ethau Allen. It takes away eighty-threo of tho best young men ln town. We hopo tbatstrongth and hoalth will ho wlth them anu tney wlll all return ln ashort tlmo. Elchteen men wero roiected from Com' pany G and roturned from Camp Olympia on Tueaday laat. Lieutenant Brock opened the Armory on Wednesday mornlng for new recruits, eniisting nino new mon. Thoy left for Camp Olympia on Baturday. Mrs. L. L. Hammond. who haa been stop ping with hor daughter, Mrs. E. O. Loonard, for soveral weeks. mot witb a aorloua acci- dont on Monday ovenlug. Aa aho was com inc down Btalrs sho fell and broke bor left ankle. Sho waa taken to the hoapital at llanovor on xnursuay Profcssor Bisbee of tho Mary Hltchcock Hoapital at Hanover, apoke in the intereat ol tiiat nobio inatitution at the uongrega tional church on Sunday evening, unlon services oeing ueiu lor tuo occasion, a col' lection was takon at the close ot tho sor vico whlch met with a genorous reaponao irom tuoso present. Bradford Publlo Library has recelved Beveral books wbich aro worthy of notico. One is a "Hlstory of Randolph," presented by Judge Jamoa Hutchlnson, anothor is a copy of tho "Legislativo Souvonlr of tho uessionol tne vermont ueneral Assembly of 1896" whicb wlll bo of great valuo to coming genoratlons, as it gives a sbort sketcb of all tbo stato offlcers, senatora and representatives, besides many hlstorical facts of lntorost. Thia beautlful and val- uablo llttlo book was presented by tho Watchman Publlshing Co. of Montpelier. Tbe othor books aro a "Hlstory of the Johnstown inoou" anu doaephua' "Anti' qulties of tho Jews" presented by E. B. Aldrich. The followlng notice Is taken from the Boaton Evenlng Jlccord ol May 14 MIBS rillLENA M'KKKN. Andover, May 14. Mlss Philona McKeon died yesterday. Sho was princlpal of Abbot Acaaomy lor tmrty-tnreo years anu retired in 1892 at tho complotion of bor sovontloth year of her ago. She was born ln Bradford, Vt., Juno 14, 1822, one of soveral cblldren of Bev. Dr. Silas McKeen and survlvod thom all. Hor early life was spent in Brad ford. Sho graduated from Mt. Holyoko Semlnary (now collego), and taught ln Ox ford, 0., prevlouB to coming to Andover in IBb'J. Funeral services were beld at Bradford, vt. on xuesuay, May 17. Lieutenant Jamea W. Kelley dled at hla bomo ln Bradford on May G wlth liver troublo. He was born on May 11, 1830 wltbln a mlle wbero ho spent the moat of his life. He nover reBlded out of town ex cept in his country's aervlco. Ho lacked flve days of belng slxty-eight years of ago whon he died. Ho marrled Sarab B. Martln, dangbter of William B. Martln and she sur vlves hlm also one son, Nolson F. Kelley, who residea ln Bradford. Lieutenant Kelley was a successiui uaru working man anu ao cumulatod a nlce property. He was among one of the flrst to enllst in the war of 18C1 and 6, his flrst enllstment was wlth the Bradford Guards for tbroo months. After Bervinc his time ho came bome aud reon listed in the Twelfth Vermont regiment whero he served as flrst lieutenant. He was always wllltng and roady to do hla duty wbat ever it mlght be and beld many ofUces of trust In town and alao in tbe Grand Army. He was buried on Sundav. May 8. Publlo services were held in tho Uongregational church, Kev, II. F. Barnard offtciating, and tho Grand Army, Women's Belief Corps and Sons of Veterans attended. East Corinth. E. G, Sawyer vlsltod frlends ln Peacham a few uayB laBt week Mr. Chamberlin of Wells Blver vlslted at 8. T. Divoirs laat week. East Corinth creamery pald lts patrons twenty conta ior Apru Dutter. E. B, Taplin, onr road commlssionor, commonceu working tne loaus laat irriuay. C. F. George, who has boen spendlng a iew wookb' vacation in town, returneu to nia uome m ixwou, mbsb., laat week. Mrs, Jones, an aged aunt of A. M. Be dell's, dled at his home laBt Saturday. Fu neral was held Monday and the burial was at Mdnuoes. F. E. Merrill bas sold bls stock of good to F. Miller ot Newport Oenter who took poaaoasion laat week. Mr. Miller comes to ub well recommended and dosorves llberal patronago. Kaat Orange. Dled very suddenly of appendlcltis, May io, ispnraim waru iiutciiinaon, ageu about nlnoty-flve, MrB. A. C. Coleman and Mlss Edith Davls vlslted ln Bradford laat week. Mrs, Coleman remalned until Sat urday on account ot the illness of Mrs. Emma I'reacott, her slster-In-law. Mlss Ethel Ilamlltou and MIbb Edlth Davls spent last Saturday at Barro. MIbs Jennle Colby went to Eaat Barre laat woek for an lndeflnito stay at H. E. Bargent's. i Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Colby spent laat Saturday and Sunday wlth frlonds in Brad ford, i Thero waa no preachlng servlce here last Suuday becauao of tho absence of tbo Motbodlat paator. Dr. Locko of Corinth waa callod to boo E. W. HutcblnBon laat Saturday. 1 Hlram Thuraton has returned from Barre wbero bo baB Bpent tbe wlntor and 1b stopplng at M. B, Hamll ton'a, 1 A. 0, Coleman ls dolng oar peuter work at Walta Blver. Mlss M, A. Merrill ls anendlng a few days wlth Hon, and Mrs, Chester Dlckoy at Washing ton. MIbb Butler spont laat Baturday and Suuday wlth Mrs. F, C, Huntington, hor Blster at Washington, Cabot. J. P. Lamson wlll clvo tho Doooratlon ad- drosfl at Btowo. Thore wlll bo anotber rallv inootlnc noxt Frlday ovonlng at Vlllago Ilall. Good muslo wlll bo in attondance. 8. (J. Voodrv has rocontlv nlacod ln lils storo a vory nlco soda fountaln wblch at tho presont llino provos quuo an attraction. Tho Enworth Loacuo wlll bold a recep tion for Bov. and Mrs. I. T. Chaso at tho Methodlst church on Thuraday evenlng. A cordlal invltatlon Is oxtouded to all, Mrs. Mary Atklns went to Morrisville last Frldav to snend Sundav wlth hor daughter, who is toachlng ln tbo ac'adomy nnd hor Bon Wesloy, who attonda the Bamo scbool. A sociablo wlll ho hold at tho bomo of Mr. and MrB. W. B. Marah noxt Frlday ovon lng undor tho ausplcoa of Groon Mountaln Cbaptor. Order of Eaatorn Btar to wblch all aro cordially Invited. Ono foaturo ot tho ovenlng's ontortalnmont wlll bo a "peanut hunt." Prlzos will bo awarded. Nolaon Morao dled nulto suddonlv laat week Tueaday nlgbt, baving beon ln fatliug bealth for tho paat year. IIo bad recently moved to thls vlllago atter llvlng ln town about torty yoars, and was ongagod mostly ln carpontor work. Ue wbb ln yoars gono by an actlvo mombor of tho Advent church at Lowor Cabot and a member ot the cbolr. no leaves a wifo and sovoral cblldren. also ono brotbor and a slster. Beautlful Uoral tributcs of rcspoct from the famlly and ab- Bont reiatlves testiuou to tuoir eatoom. Funoral services wero conductod by Bov. H. L. Hartwell. Hla age was seventy-ono yeara. S. M. Goary, Pleraon, Mlch,, wrltes: "DoWltt's Witcb Hazel Salve ls curlng moro plles hero to-day than all otber rom edics comhinod. It curos eczema and all othor skln diaoaaes." W. E. Terrill & Co. Northfield. Corporal B. M. Houston of Camp Olym pia made hla frionda ln town ashort vlsit on Monday. W. H. Dunsmoor had ono ot hla most valuablo cows klllod last week wbllo run ning in tho pasture. Mlsa Eva Stnlth has beon 111 tho past wook wlth pnoumonla but bas recovorcd bo as to bo about again. A largo crowd from Northfield took ad vantage of the excurslon on Sunday to visit thelr irionus at uamp uiympia Those of tho volunteera who dld not pass tho reaulrod examlnatlon roturneu home on Tuesday ovonlng of last week. Tho numbor comprlBod twenty. Lieutenant Tilden camo as rocrultlng offlcer and enlisted suftlclent men to flll the ranks. Company F seems to onlov Ilfo ln camn as well aa any anu lt ls sald of tho compauy tbat it lacks notblng but & immster. Late to bed and early to rlse, preparos a man for his home in the skiea. Early to bed and a Llttlo Early Biser, tho plll that makes lito longer and better anu wlser. w. is. Terrill & Co. Fayston. Mr. and Mrs. Ourtls Olark. bavlnc sold tholr farm in Duxbury, are temporarlly staying witb tho paronts oi Mrs. uiark, wr and Mrs. Jobn McCauehin. ; . MrB Chaae, wlth hor son aud daughter, were tho guests oi Mr. anu Mra. u. 11. rierco lasc Saturdav anu Bunuav. Mr. anu Mrs John Chaso of Bristol visited the parents of Mr. Chase and other frlends in town last week. Snrinc's work is ratber back ward on account of cold weather. At thls tlmo thero Is qulto an amount ot snow on tho mountaln at tno top ol the suuo. Samuel Balrd of Cambridge bas boen vlslt lng bls mother and other frlonds in town. ; John McCaughin is not af fected bv tbo hlch prlco of whoat as he ralsed a good crop laat year, and now ho cannot supply the wants of those who want "a leetle seed wheat." Howard Howe has onlisted ln tho Northfield Company. Kev. Samuel Noon preached to a largo and appreciative auUlence at the uon. crecatlonal church last Sunday mornine Ho will remain until June and lt 1b hoped longer. Shilob's Consumption Gure cures where otbors lail. lt ls tno leauing cougn curo and no bomo sbould be wltbout It. Ploaa ant to tako and goes right to tbo spot. Sold by W. E. Terrill & Co. Calais. Miss Boso Gilkey ia In town. Tho Calais Creainory aasoctatlon pald ntneteon cents for Aprll butter. Mr. Huntoon, a materiallzlng medlum from Pittsford hold a seanco at Dr. Gllletto's last Frlday evon- intr. Bev. E. U. GolUthwalto con ducted sorvice at tbo old west church last Sundav. She will preacb the Momorlal sorinon for Stowo Post at North Calais on Sunday, May 29, at two r. m. Kaat Calais. The creamery 1b in a proaperoua condition anu patrons are lncreastng in nuinbers. C. D. LevlBon of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrlved at J. O.Lamb's laat week on his annual xish ing trlp. Dr. B. L. Dwinoll of Taunton. Mass.. spent last Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mra. u, u. uwiuon. Bev. Josepli Cohh of Eaat Montpelier will preacn lioro noxt minuay morning in ox' chango with Mlss Goldthwait. Bev. Elizabeth Goldthwaite ls at Little Falls, N. Y., as delegato to tbo Woman's Natlonal Mlsalonary Soclety of the TJnlver- saiist churctj, The funeral services ot Mrs. Sarah Kenis ton, widow of tho late Ezra Keniston of woodbury, were neiu nere xuesuay oi last woek, Tho deceased was about elghty yoars ol age. Sodom. Mrs. Ilenry McLond la qulte 111. Ethel Lawrenco li vlsltlng ln Barro, Mrs. Dr. H. E. Templeton ot Montpelier spent a part ot laat week wlth hor daughter, Mrs. Newton. Mr. Ladoo, the black sinltb, has rented bls shop for a year, and lntends golng to Canada. Dennls La doo works for Edson Sparrow and Cbarlle for Putnam Dalley ln Middlesex. A largo block of granlte rcqulrlng elghteen horses to get lt up tbe hill, started for Mont pelier on Monday. ; Mrs. F. H. Ja coba ot Worcester wlll be at H. W. Jacohs Thuraday and Frlday of thls week, and at 0. B. Wlllard's Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. North Duxbury. Wilbur Hill, a Btudent of Montpelier Semlnary, held a meetlng here laat Sunday. A Sunday scbool was organlzed here laat Sunday with J. A. Durkeo aa superln tendent; Charles Kennedy, aaslatant; Wild er Thomas, secretary; George Morse, treaa urer; Jease Morse, llbrartan, 1 Blanche Kennedy who ls stopplng In Montpelier spent Sunday witb her parents. Mlss May Rusa and Mlas Maggle Callaban have gono to Jonesville to work. sovon teen took ln the exourslon to the State camp ground last Bunday. Maggio Burke who has been stODDlnct wlth her sla ter ln Bouth Burlington ls at home for a few days. Roxbury, Mrs. E. Waterman dled at the home ot hor daughtor, Mrs. Frod Erskino on Frlday, the 8tb, aftor a long and serious lllneas. Hor funeral waB from tbe houso on Sunday, Bev, Mr. Hazen ot Northfield ofHclatlng. Tbe Congregational cholr furnlsbed the muslc. William Hunt was seriously Injured by a rolllng log wbllo at work In the iiilll yard of 0. J. Burnbam and ls stlll con flned to the bed. . Q. A. Tilden ro turned from Boston on Frlday nlcht. : About olghty-flvo tlckets woro aold on Monday to tbo Dewey colebratlon ot Mont- Celler. Georgo Keyes was ln St. Al ans on Wednesday anu Saturday, M. 0. Btco has sold his place to Gus. Wet moro, who bas rented lt to Bod. Wiloy for tho seoaon. Harry Pratt of Bralntreo haa commoncod work for O. W. Orcutt. Mre. Ella Doty has returned from Montpelier, whoro sho has been stayln few days. Wllford Bagley ls A full-arown deer was soon near tbe home of Ellsha Ford on Sunday, i W. G, McKee ot St, Albans was ln towu on Sunday. SlarBlifloId. Bev. S. G. Lowls wlll preacb tho Me morlal sorinon In tbe Motbodlat cburcb. Ho baB also boen engagod to dellvor an addrnss at Barnot Memorlal Day. r Mrs. Mary (Uond) Goodwln, wlfo of Morris M. Gpodwln of St. Johnshury, and formorly of thls placo dlod May B. Mr. Goodwln has tho sympathy of hla frienda hero In his Bad boroayemont. W. E. Lamborton loat ono of his llvory horses last wook. Tho band was out last Saturday nlght and gave ns floine fino muslc. Edgar Kld dor and Arthur Sanford bavo enlisted. 1 Boad Commlssionor Uonry Dwinoll bas commoncod work on tho depot road, E. W. Gilman bas In bla possesalon a llttlo sll vor gray fox whlch ho caught ln tbo woods last wook whllo out survoylng. Arthur Illako and Warren Moars went to Fort Etlian Allen last Sunday to boo tho Vonnont troops. Vershire. Judgo A. A. Flsk of Eugeno, Ore., ls vls ltlng bls slster, Mrs. Arthur Emerson. : Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Barro wero In town Sunday to vlsit hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Bastow. Bev. G. B. Drake haa accepted tbo call of tho church and so clety and will remain as paator for anotber year. Mrs. Frank Akerman and fam lly from Tomploton, Mass., arrlvsd in town last Saturday and wlll tnovo lnto tbeir houso aa soon as lt ls vacatcd by Mr. Drake. ' B. F. Fuller Is tho oxecutor of thu wlll of tbe late Ellsha Piescott. Dan- dellons were In bloom May G and strawber- jikd ouuu uuur. ji. ueavy ruunuor showor Tbursday afternoon damaged the roaus in somo piacos. 1 itoport says tbat Rev. G. B. Drake will movo lnto tbe houso rccontly vacatcd by Mr. Wotherbee. . Frank Carpontor ls working ln tho blacksmltb's shop of H. G. Cburcb. J. N. Klmball of West Fairlee waa ln town laat wook and purchaaed two cowa. Austln Phlllina ls worklnc; ln Lnliannn. Tbe Tbursday nlght prayer-mootlng la tobo at tbo chapol thla week. Mr. Fisher ls working In Corinth. A daughtor waa born May 15 to Mr. and Mra E. Ilood. J. P. Blcbardaon bas bls new houso up and boarded J. A. Dodge and Mrs. Page aro to put tholrs up tbls week. Mlas Annle Murray bas so far recovered from hor Illness that sho returned to Marlboro, P. Q., wlth bor fatbor last Tbursday. Mr. and Mrs, Wllllam Carnea of East Barre wero In town laat Frlday. Mr. aud Mrs. G. B. Mllea spent laat Wednesday In uarre. Mr. anu Blra. Klmball Uhev nowoth and son, Walter of Barre, vlslted over Sunday at S, F. Locke'a. B. G. Mllea returned to Montpelier laat week. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burroughs, Arthur Burroughs and mothor took a flahing trlp to Hall's ponu last Baturuay. F, 11. Uarter re tnrned to Lowell, Mass., last Saturday. Post Mllls. Mrs. C. E. Flanders has beon ontertalnlng her father from Norwich, also a brother irom Manchester, jn. li. Mlsa M Waterman ls taklnea trlo to Boston. Dr. 0. II. Burr and wlfe of Boston aro at tbo bomestead for a few dayB. ; Wil 11am Eva ls vlsltlng bls cblldren lu south orn vormont anu MassachUBetts Several of our people attendod tho Dewey colebratlon at Montpelier. Mrs. H. F. Lawrence of Walpole, N. H.. ls at her uauguter'B, Mrs. is. w. Kaymond. Miss Harvoy of Poacham gave a recltal at Unlty hall the 12 inat., under the auepices oi nBinor iionenau iougo, i. u. u. t . Professor Worthen of Dartmouth Collece gave a talk In tho church on Sunday ln the Interest of Mary Hltchcock Hospital and a collectlon was taken for the samo. Topsham. J. B. McLam was called to Mclndoes to attend a funoral on Monday. School in No. 4 began May 9 with Aurelius 8hlelds of Glover as teacher. Mrs. S. IC. Mead is dangorously 111. The Chrlstian En deavor Soclety met wlth Miss Cora McLam on Monday evenlng. Georgo M. Seaver waa ln town last Saturday ln the in tereat of tho Watchman. Mrs. E. S. Cudworth conducted tbo services at tbe North church last Sunday on account of tho lllnesa of ber husband. Washington. Professor and Mrs. Stono of Goddard Semlnary woro ln town last Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and MrB. George H. Fllnt on Saturday last. Ernest M. Seaver ls sufferlng from rheumatlsm. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo E. Huntington Bpent Sunday in Newbury as gueats of Henry Huntington. Memorlal Sunday wlll bo obsorved at tho TJnlverBallst church thls year. The paator wlll bo asslsted ln the ox erclses by Bov. Mr. Brlggs. Mrs, Kutii Swan Mohuill, wife of Sena tor Morrill, dled last Frlday In Washing ton, u. tj., at tne lamny resiuence on Thomas Clrcle. Mrs. Morrill has been seriously 111 for aeveral wooka. althouob ahe was able to assist in tho celebration of Senator MorriU's olghty-olghth blrthday Apru it laac. ouo uau lmproveu recently, anu uor removat to vermont was contemp' latod. Funoral services were held on Mon. day afternoon, and the body was placed in tbo recelving vault at Oak Hill cemetery. Later it will be brought to Strafford for burial. She waB seventv-eicht veara old. and had long been promlnent ln social life at washington. Thk conductors on tho Burlington and Essex Junction railroad turned in 15,000 farea last Sunday. Thls was the largest bualnesa for ono day ln the bUtory ot the roau. An ofticlal bulletln sent out from Ha warden on Tuesday says that Gladstone'a dlseaso has taken a suddon turn for tho worae and that his death is hourly expected. BDSINESS NOTICES, Whoopinq Gouoh. I had a little boy wbo was nearly dead from an attack of wboop- ing cougn, My neignoors recommenaeu Chamberlaln'a Oough Bemedy. I dld not thlnk that any medlolne would help hlm, but after glving hlm a few doses ot that remedy I noticed an lmprovement, and one bottle cured hlm entlrely. It ls the beat cougb modlcine I ever had In the house. J. L. Moore, South Burgettatown, Pa. For sale by 0. Blakely and W. E. Terrill Co. If lt's a cold. Take "Seventy-seven." La Grlppe ls a cold. Tako "Soventy-seven." Influenza ls a cold. Take "Seventy-seven." Soro Throat ls a cold. Take "Seventy seven." Bronchltls Is a cold, Tako "seventy-seven." Acough is a cold, Tako "aev-enty-seven." Laryngltls ls a cold. Take "Seventy-seven," Pleurlsy ls a cold. Take "Seventy-seven." At druggiata or sent prepald' on receipt ot prlce, 25 centa, 60 centa or 81. Ask for Dr. HumnhrevB' Sdo- clilc Manual of all Dlaeases at your drug gistsor malled tree. Uumphreys' Medlclno uu., rtew lorK. MANY old soldiers now fnnl tlio nffnctfl nf tho hard servlce they endured durlng the war, Mr. George 8. Anderson, of Koas ville, York county, Penn., who saw tho batdest klnd of sorvlco at tbo front, la now frequently troubled wlth rheumatlam. "I hada sevore attack lately." bo aavs. "and procurod a bottlo of Obamberlaih's I'alu Balm. It dld so tuuch good that I would like to know wbat you would ohargo mo for ono dozeu bottles," Mr. Anderaon wanted it both for hts own uso and to aup ply lt to hla frlends and nolghbors, as every famlly sbould havo a bottlo of lt ln tbeir homo, not only for rhoumatlsm, but lamo back, spralns, Bwelllngs, cuts, brulaes and burus, for whloh It is unonuallod. For sale by 0 Blakoly and W. E. Terrill Co. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve Cures Plles, Scaldt, Uurns, We Will Positlvely Pay You $1,00 If ono bottlo of Smlth'a Oreon Mr,nni;,i,. t!, vntor doesi not bcnofit you in cnso you aro troublod with any blooddisorder, tlironio rlieu matisin, or neurnlfiio affcction. It is cndorsed by tlio bost pbysicinns in the country nnd ls warrnnted to do wbat is clnimed for it. K. W. Gilman, Mnrslifield, Vt. W. G. Nye, Nortli Montpelier, Vt. Do You know Bill Heads j Noto Ht'iida, Lutlur Heud?, Slutc- liiunlH nnd Envt'loiioa mny bo : oblulnod of tho : Vermont Watchman Co, j Rland nttlio Hoait. Ileitln ETOrithlnir. Twcirtr UDOllot 'leaclif ri. ValunblB Lecture MGollemy .?:s,m ftd. SttOftTAND&TUGf?APiY IIoit, Albanr, N. Y. Gily of Montpelier. It tt hprohT ordalnprl br thnfMlT f?nnnrll nt fli OU7 of Montpelleri SKOTION I. Hcclliiii nf Chnr,t(.r III nf II, a nn eral Ordlnancei) of tlie Citj of Slontiieller li amend ed so aa to read at followe : No pernon shall rlde or wheel any blCTCle uuon, or drlve. wlieet or draw anr coacli, cart, wlieelbarrow or other rehlclo of burden ui (iiuitBuio, excepc ci) i luren s incjcies ana cnll dren'a crrlaKO drawn by hand, or permlt any horo or other anlmal under lili care, to ko upon any alde walk ln the clty, or otherwlao unnccessarlly occupy, obatruct or encumber tucli aldewalk ao a to Inler. fero wlth the convenlent ue of the tame by pedes. trlant, and no peraon alinll tlde or wheet any blcy clo In any atreet In aald clty atter aundown, without havlni?tlieretoattacheda aafety lamp llghted.and no peraon llmll rlde any blcycle In tne atreeta or publlc waya ln the clty, unleaa tho aame hall bave a bell tliereon sultably ananfetl for warnlnK of tho approach tbereof. SEOTIO.V '.'.-Chapter IV. of the General Ordl nanceaof the Clty la nmended by addlnR theretoa aectlon, aa followt! No peraon ahall keep wllhln the clty any mllcli cow, or aell lutlieclly any mllk from any cows whlch havo not been teated for dla eaao under tho dlrectlon, or to the satlsfactlon of , and whlch have been pronounced free frcm dlsoaae by, the liealth onicer ofthe clty. A Tiolatlon of thls aectlon ahall be punlshed accordlng to Sectlon 19 of Chapter IV. ot the Ueneral Onllmuices. 8K0TION S.-The provlalons of thla ordlnauce shall bo dnly publlahed In the Vkiimont Watcu MAN, Montpelier Dailu lieeord and the Etentna Arout, newapapers publlahed ln tho clty ot Mont pelier, and shall take effect from and after June J. 1888. l'asaed by tho Clty Councll, thls 11th day of May, A. 1). 1699. Atteat, " TIM0TI1Y lt. MEimiLL, Clty Clerk. KEl'OItT OF THE CONDITION OF TII1S MKST NATIONAI, 1IANK, at Montpelier, ln the Stato of Vermont, at tho clo of buslness, May 5, 1898: ItESOURCES. Loans and dlscounts J38.aM 95 Orcrdrafts, secured and unsecured 3,704 10 U. H. llonds to secure clrculatlon S0,00U 00 1'remlurns on U. S. Ilonda 4,300 00 Btocks.Becurltles. ctc 42.NJ2 24 Other real estate and mortKagea owned... 4.9S7 18 Due from Natlonal llanks tnot Heserve Aeents) 65 Due from approved reaerve agents 4,46 OJ Checks aud other cash ltems 158 06 Notes ot other Natlonal llanks 1.W5 Kl Fractlonat paper currency, nlckels, and cents 35 10 Lawful money reaerre ln bank, Tiz: Specie 31,217 (0 Legal tender notes 917 00 21,734 SO Ilcdemptlon fund wlth U. S. Treasurer, 5 per cent ot clrculatlon 2,U0 00 Total 479,419 55 LIA1I1LIT1KS. Capltal atock pald In 200,01)0 00 Surplus fund 11,101 09 Undlvlded protlts, leasezpeuses and taxes pald 15,779 39 Natlonal liauk notes outstandlng 44,240 00 Due to Stato llanks and baukers 13,816 10 lllvldends unpald 18 00 Indlvldual deposlts subject to check 184,489 51 Demand certlllcatcs of deposlt 7,971 60 Certllled checks to 00 Cashler's checks outstandinR 1,670 M Total 479,419 55 STATE OF VEIIMONT, 1 COCKTT Or WA8IIINOTOH, 8S. S I, Chatles Dewey, l'realdent of the abovenamed bank, do solemnly swcar that the above statement ls true to tho best of my knowledge and hellef. CHAKLES DEWEY, Presidenl. Subacribed and sworn to beforo me thls 16th day of May, 1898. H. M. CUTLElt, Kotary Pubhe. Correct Atteat: F. A. DWINKLI,. ) FltED. E. SM1TH, Direelort. J. C. HOUOIITON, 1 ESTATE OF SAItAII S. KINNKY. Statk or Vebmont. DIBTBIOT OP WABHINQTOIf, 88. In Probato Court, hold at Montpelier, In and for sald Dlstrict. on tho Uth day of May, A.D. 161-8 1 Lewis C. llatchelder, Adniinlstrator, de lunU non, wlth the wlll annexed, of the estate of SARAlf S. KINNEY.tlate of rinluOeld, ln aald Diatrlct, deceased, makes apptlcation to sald Court for llcense tosell all of tho real estate ot aald deceaaed, ait uatcd ln l'lalntleld, In sald Dlstrict. to wlt: All of the home place of sald deceased, except slx acres sold to Nowcomb Klnnoy, repreBentlug that the sale thereof Is necessary to pay the lcgacles glven by tho wlll of sald deceased. Wbereupon, lt ls ordered by sald Court thas sald apptlcation be referred to a sesalon thereof, to be held at the I'robate OHlco, ln aald MontpeUer, on tbe 2d day of June, A. D. 1898. for hearlnc aud declslon thereon; and, lt ls further ordered, that all persons Interested be notlned hereof, by f ubllcatlon of notice of sald apptlcation and order hereon tbree weeks successlvely In tho Vermont Watchman & State Journal, a newspaper pubUlhed at Montpelier, ln tbls state, and whlch clrculates ln the netghborhood of those Interested, before sald tlmeof heartn?, that they may appear at sald time and place, and, if tbey see causo, oblect thereto. Ily the Court. Attest. 05-07 HIItAM CAHLETON. Judge. K STATK OF IIOWMAN K. M'AItTIN, HTATB Of Vbbmont, District or Wasuinoton, 8B. In Probato Court, beld at Montpelier, ln and for sald Dlstrict, on the 16th day ot May, A.D. 1898. Herman E. Cutler, Admlnlstrator of the eitate of llOWMAN II. MAHTIN, late ot Marshfield, la sald Dlstrict. deceased, presents hts admtnlatratlon account for examlnatlon and allowance, and makes appllcatlon for a decree of dlstrlbutlon and partlUon of the estate of sald deseased. Wherenpon, lt Is ordered by sald Court, tbat sald account ana sald ap pllcatlon be referred to a sesslon thereof, to ba held atthe I'robate OClce, ln sald Montpeller.ontha 4th day of June, A.D. 1898. for hearfnf and declslon thereon: And, tt ls further ordered, that notice hereof be clreu to all porsons Interested, by pobllc catlon of tne aame threo weeks successlrely tn ths Vermont Watchman & State Journal, B newspaper publlihed at MontpeUer, prerlous to sald tlme ap- f'Olnted for hearlnz, tbat they may appear at asid Ime and place and show cause, If any they may bare, why sald account sbould not beallowed, ana such decree made. Uihe Court.-Atteit, IIIRAM CAItLETON.Judge. COMMIBSIONBRS' HOTI0B. ESTATE OF I.UOYW. GUEnNSEV. The underslgned, harliu; been appolnted by the Honorable I'robate Court for the Dlstrict ot Waih. lnRton, commlssloners to recelre. examlne, and ad Just all clalmsand demandsof all persons airaliist tho estate of LUOV W. OCKHNSEY, Ute of Montpelier, ln sald Dlstrict, deceased, and all clalms exhlblted ln offiei thereto, hereby Klre noUee that wn wlll meet for the purposes aforesald, at the odlce ot Johonnotts & Ilall, ln the clty ot Montpelier, ln sald Distrlct.on the Jlit day ot May and the 31st day of Octobor next, from one o'clock r. m. nntll four o'clock r. M., each of sald days, and tbat slx months from the Id day of May, A. D. 1898, ls tke tlme Umlted by sald Court for sald credltors to present thelr clalms to us for examlnatlon and allowance. Dated at Montpelier, thls 14th day ot May, A.D. 18W. AM1EHT JOIIONNOTT, 1 M7 OltltlN DALEY, f CommUstonera. BIRTHS, la Chfliea, May 12, a daughter to Mr. and Mn. OeorgA T. Dentmore, MARRIA6ES. In East Hardwick. Mar ll.br Rev. I. v. rinun. Cabot, llurton M. Hwett to Jettle A Farr, both of Hardwick. In Montreller, May 12, by Itey. J. Edward Wrlitht, Erueat U. Kalser of HtowB tn M. v,nnu u i-..,i,,J of Montpelier. ' DEATHS. In Cabot. May 7, F. C. l'utnain, aged 81 years, 11 months and 27 days. In Eranaton, Illa., May l.at the realdence ot her daughter, Mrs. Charles A. ltoners, Mrs. Mary J. Woodwortb, formerly a realdent of Montpelier, aged 89 years.