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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JODRNAL, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBEll 21, 1898. Waterbury Fair. Suporli AVcnthcr nml nrRe Attcnilnnco. Tlio Winooski Valloy Afirioultural 80 cloty held Its (ourteenth nnnuul fair on tlielr Rrounds acrosa tlio rivor, 8eptembcr 13, 14 nml 15. Tlio woather vvns nll tliat coulil bo dcstred and broiigbt crovrda of. pooplo frorn all dlrectionB. Tlio rnanagc uiont H9 ugunl provldod apoclal attractlons lor tbe lovors of. liorse ilesh, and tlio genor oua prtzos (or Bpood brouglit fotth a flno flold ol iljora. Oontlemon'g ilrlvlDR horses, brood tniires, and colts wero well repre uonted. Tlio exlilblt of cattlo was vory good bIbo sheep. Floral liall had many at tractlons which lncluded frtilt and vccc tables. Tlio UBUal dlnlug liallg were woll patronlzed also luncb, pop-corn and soft urlnk countera wlth numeroua mlscellano ouh enterpriBoa lntonded for tbo amusc ment of tbo pooplo and proflt to tbelr pro. ptletors. Tbo prlvllrgos grantod sovoral cbance gatno onttrprlscs was deplorod by a largo majorlty of tbo patrons of tbo fair and it Is boped tbat all gambllng BcbomoB tnay lieroafter be oxcluded. Tbo unusnal oxlil bltlon of drunkenncBa and dlsorder was uufortutmto. Tbo Buperlntondent of tbo Rrounds uted all posbIuIo efforta to prevont tbo aalo of Intozlcat'ng llquor and lsauro tbat tbo tronblo was caused by tbo blp pockot trafilc. A vory pleaalng featuro of tbo fair was tbo parade Tbnrsday aftornoon of tbo Stowo juvonllo mllltla coinmandod by Captaln Mayo. Tbo yonngstora exblb lted great Bklll and tbo marcblng and dilll was ereatly admlred. Muslo waa furnisbod by tbo Hinesburg band. Gontlemen's drivlng boreoa and matcbed teams, also alnglo drlvors woro ozblbltcd AVeducsday morning and premluma award ed as follows: 0. 8. Uubbard, Montpellor, matcbed (l.n(, n. T 11 T,, ...n - Tt nll Hfnnj matcbed team, second; James Ennln, Dux bury, Blngle urlvor, soconu : ltlcuara uuriio, Duxbury, alnglo driver, tbird j James Sev erance, Burlington, Blnglo drlvor, flrst, Ed. ward Mtll. Waterbury, alnglo drlvor. Brood mareB, goldlngs and fillles. Pat- rlck Tomn, brood tnaro anu two-year-olu colt, tlrat; Cbarloa Morrlsoy, brood maro and colt, flrst j Obarlea Morriaey, yearllng flllle, flrat; E. J. Woodbury, Montpoller, oroou maro anu cou, seconu; u. w. iiaruoB, two-year-old lllllo, Becond. 0. A. Cbapman of Ferrisburg performod tbe dutles of Btartor ln tbo races witb bta usual ablllly, glvicg enttro satisfactlon to botb tbo onnors and drivers of tbo borses and aiTordlng tbo audlenco mucb pleaBuro in wltnesslng tbo exblbition of speod. Tbe followlng la tbo aummary of all tbo races: 2:50 clasp, purso S100. Susie B., Joues 111 Glenrjz. Wricbt 2 2 Fannle Gray, Marcotte 3 3 3 MIhb Legasrl, Felt 4 4 4 Tlme, 2:30J, 2:35, 2;37J. 2:2T class, $200. X' ii UUlinLUUii - X . X Jobn M. Wlikes, Moore 1 2 2 3 3 JeslkerD., Hlde 4 4 1 2 2 Eutb, Cota 3 5 3 4 4 Tlmo, 2:211, 2:231, 2:27, 2:251, 2:271. 2:35 class, trot and paco. Roscob L , Slayton 111 Klondlko, Fage Broa 2 2 Majflower, Wrlgbt 3 3 3 Ben Abram, Jones 4 4dr. Tlmo, 2:321, 2:31, 2:35. 2:20 class, trot and paco. Jlm Corbett. Gray 111 MissMaxie, Merrlll 2 3 2 Belle Hendee. Slayton 4 2 Crapple, Page Broa 3 4 4 Tinnlo 0., Mooro 5 Cdr. Tlme, 2:171, 2:201, 2:21. 2:201 Is wltbln 1 of a- second of tbe track recoru, 1'remlums woro awarded on cattlo as fol lows: Vormont Stato Iusane Asylum, pair four. yoar-old full-blood Ilolstein oxen. flve jear. Ilng boifers, tbreo calves and ono bull, all UiorouEuureii. nrat. H. J. and J. 0. McMullen, pair working oxen anu two-ycar-oiu graue uuruam iieir erH. flrst. G. W. Barnes, one grado Jersey yearllng, Ilrst. Cbarles Morriaey, ono registered Ayr- Blilre uull, one graue Ayrsmre cair, urat. J. II. Bennett, one grade Ayrsblre year liuc. flrst. B. F. Atberton, ono two-year-old beifer. Ilolstein, and one llve-year-old cow, flrat j ono two-year-old Ilolstein beifer and ono cow, Becond; also urat lor uest ueril. B. It. Domerltt, flrat, on one tborougbbred Holflteln bull calf, one grade Jeraey bull calf, one Holsteln beifer and one yearllng; second. ou two-year-olu ilolstein neiier. It. Lyman, flrst, on two-year-old Ilolstein Duii anu two natlve caives. E. J. Eunie, flrst, on four-rear-old grado jersey cow. Sbeep and awlne were exblblted and pre- miums awarueu as louowa: D. T. Ilarvoy, flrst, ou Boutbdown buck, eweB anu lamus. James E. Green, flrst, on Ilock Cotawold, one uucK, uve.owes anu tnreo lamns. B. F. Atberton, flrst, on flock Sbropahlro, tnreo aneep anu tour ewe lamDs. Gbauncey Lyon, flrat, ono tborougbbred Dorset buck anu turee graue ewes. T. M. Devlne, flrst, llock Cotswold, one uuck, tnreo ewes anu turee lamrjs. II. Lyman. second. on flock crado South down, one buck, tbroe ewes and tbreo jamns. G. W. Barnes, flrst, ono Wbito Cbester uoar anu ono sow anu pigs. Award of premiums on articles exbiblted in Floral ball are as follows: Tldles.-Mrs. A. 0. CblldB, flrst; Mrs. E. J. Boyce second; Mrs. A. J. Farcber, tblrd; Mrs. E. J. Ennis, fourtli. Splder Tidy. Cusbman Grey, flrat. Einbroidered Dolllea. MIbs Mary J. Faucber, flrst; Mra. W. B. Turney, second; Mrs. Jobn Atklns, tbird. Ilome-made liuen dollles. Miss E. L. Eddy, ilrst. Urocbet dollea. Mrs. D. 0. Greon, flrBt. Centre pieces. Mra. J. W. Atkins, flrBt; Mrs. B. F. Atboiton, aecond; Mra. J. W. Eauan, tbird. Netted mat. Mrs. B. F. Atberton, flrst. Crocbot mat. Miss Abblo Eagan, flrst. Tattlng mat. Mra. J. W. Eagan, flrBt. One aet of crocbet mata. Mrs. E, J. Boyce, flrat. 1'lcturo tbrows. Mrs. E. J. Boyco, flrst ; MIbs W. F. Wllllame , aecond; Mrs. W. F. Turney, tbird. Tabla apreada. Mrs. W. B. Turney, flrat; Mrs. W. B. Atberton, aecond. Btand spreads. Mrs. W. B. Turney, fltst; Mra. E. J. Boyce, Becond. Crazy aofa pillows. Mrs. E. J. Ennla; flrBt; Mrs. E. J. Boyce, second. Uigar rlbbon sofa pillows. Mrs. E. J, Ennis, flrBt. Embioldered aofa plllow, Mias .Carrlo Wells, flrst. Biscuit sofa plllow. Mias Jesslo Green, flrst. Mllk-weed dowu aofa plllow. Mra. A. 0. Hunlley, flrat. Plllow cases. Mrs. W. B. Turney, flrBt; Mra. Estber Dowulng, stcond. Bureau and commode aet. Mra. W. B. Turney, ilrst. Commodo sets. Florence B. Corse, flrBt. Sult uuderolotblng. Mrs. W. B. Turney, flrat; Mrs. F. J. 8eayur, aecond. Corsut covor yoke. Mias Margaret Burko, ilrst. Qullts. Mrs. Estber Downlng, flrat. Outlined qullt. Mrs. W. B. Turnoy, flrat. Log-cabln qullt. Mrs. J. H. l'arcbor, flrat. Bed-Bproad. Mra. W. B. Turney, flrat. Slumber robe. Mrs. A. 0. Uuntley, flrat. Crocbet Afgban. Mias Inez Grout, flrat; Mrs. Estber, Downlng, aecond. Worated afgban. Mrs. Estber Downlng, ilrst. Star ruga. Mra. J. W. Eagan, flrst! Mrs. A. 0. Gbllde, second. Bralded ruga. Mrs. A. 0. Cbllda, flrst; Mra, IS, F. Atberton, second. Yarn rug.-Mrs. A. G. Obllds, flrat. Ton aack rug. Mra. Eatbor Downlng, ilrst. Gbonlllo rugs. Mra. S. M, Eddy, flrat. MUCKLLANIIOUS AHTIOI.BS. Ploces of crocbet laco. Mra, W. B. Tur noy, flrst; MrB. H. J. l'arcbor, sncond. Anclont coraot walst. Mrs. II. J. rarch cr, flrBt. rliotocranbs of boraos. W. u Turnoy, flrBt. I'astol polmlng. Mrs. Jobn Atkins, flrat. Ilandkorcblefa. Mra. W. B. Turney, flrst. Kmbroldorcd nbotoizranb framos. Mrs. n. V. Atborlon. flrat! Mrs. E. J. Boyco. Bocondj Mrs. W. B. Turnoy, tbird. BruRb broom boUIers. Mrs. JS. J. ifinnia, flrat; Mrs. W. B. Turney, Becond. Bcroll sawmg. jj. J. itouerts. urst. Floral album. Olllo Bomervlllo, flrst. Knittod elovcsand mlttens. Mrs. II. J. l'arcbor, flrBt. uno BKoin oi iinen yarn. wrs. u. o, Parcbor, flrst. Decoratod wbalebono stay mado on a voyago acrosa tbo Atlantlo Bixty yoars ago by Ii. Montgomery for bls lntonded brldo. Mrs. A. J. l'arcber, flrat. Ono pair pollabcd horns. Miss Josslo Green, tlrat. Pln cuBbions. Mrs. W. B. Turney, flrat; Mrs. A. 0. Iinntloy, Becond. Decoratod platcs. Mrs. W. B. Turnoy, flrst. Two bady banua. Mias Mary J. Faucuer, flrst. Cblld's dross. Mra. A. U. Uliliua, Urst. One nalr Blumber aocks. Mis. F. E. At klns, flrst. ren anu idk worK. wrs. u . n. aikiub, flrat. Hair novelty work. Mrs. Estber Down lng, flrst. urocnot pin-cusmons cover, oirs. Ji. j. Boyco, flrst. Two pieces of ancient ombroldery. Mrs. A. 0. Obllds, flrBt. Sofa plllow mauo from tlcklng, spnn anu wovon seventv-flvo years aeo by 0. McMul len, County Antreem,Iroland. Mrs. Phlllp Uuonlo, nrat. Dlsplay of pbotograpbs. Henry J. Ful lerton. flrat. Furnltnro. Ono coucb mako by J. R. Knowles for Boyco & Uatcb, flrat. Gold band llly. Mra. l'bllfp Bbonto, flrBt. Cut flowera. Mrs. G. P. Ilolmes, flrst; Mra. Pbllln Sbonio. aecond. J. n. Uennett, flrst premium on one plain and ono sago cbeeso, and tbreo varlotles of watermellon and two of muskmellon. Byron & Warren, flrst, twenty pound tub buttor. J. G, Crofsott, flrat, ono crato of ono pound box butter. J. E. Flanagan, flrst, ono crato of cno pound uox uuuer. A. M. Pblllins. flrBt. ono box bonoy. Mrs. II. J. Parcber, second, can maplo Byrup. A. B. Stockwell, flrst, ono jar Byrup tbroo yeara old. P. K. Qalo, flrat, box oacb of peacbes, Lombard and Niacrara nluma. Illcbard Burke, tbird, on6-balf bUBbel of potatocs. Uenry J. Parcbor, second, collectlon of apples; ilrst, tbreo varlotles of squasbj flrst, table carrots; aecond, canned fruit; flrst, seed corn. Ilarold Atklns, flrat, cucumbora. W. H. Cbaso, tblrd, Burbank soedllng po tatoes. MrB. W. B. Turney. flrat. canned fruit. J. B. Pbillips, flrat, tbree canB of Jelly; flrst, four beads of cabbage; flrst, tbree va rlotles of beeta; second, tbree varietlea of turnips; aeconu, inree vaneues oi corn. B. F. Atberton, flrBt, Japaneso pumpkln flrat. fleld numckln. 4U pounds. Mrs. G. I'. Ilolmea, second, Ilubbard squasli. J. F. Barnes, flrst, one-balf busbel "Iloso oi Erln" potatoes; urst, ilUDUaru Bquasu. A. M. Pbllllns. flrst. four citrons. O. W. Davls, flrst, twenty-ono varietios of apples; aeconu, cucumbers. E. J. Ennla, flrat, on aquaab, turnips beetB and onions. EdBon Foss, second, 'one-balf busbel enor mous potatocs. Kust Calais. Mrs. C. K. Dwinoll is in Boston tbis week. George W. Blias of Barnard and Mrs. SnBan 8bumway of Montpelier aro vlsitlng at W. E. Bllsa'. isuwm Georce and daucbter. Blancbe. of Lynn Masa., apent laat Sunday in town, and will spend tbo remalnder of tbe wcck visiting old frlends. Tbo creamery paid nine- teou cents for last month'a butter. Ilon. A. Dwinell is in Montpelier serving as grand juror, and W. E. Blias as petit juror. Last Saturday evenlng at tbe cloao of tbe Gocd Templars' aeasion tbo members gavo an lnlorinal receptlon to tbelr cbief teniplar, I. W. Gray, it being bls twenty-flrst birtbday. Cako and coffeo were aerved, and music and acclal cbat kept tbe members untll a lato hour. Mrs. Mary Colby is visiting friends ln waterbury, nor oiu nome. Oranco. Mrs. G. V. Barnes and Mrs. B. L. Rlcb ardson are on tbo gain. Edna Beard waB in South Royalton one day last week F. A. Gale will return to bls bome ln Lowell. Mass.. next Saturday. J, M. Lord is runnlng tbe engine for Biancbi Brotbers of East Barre. 1 J. W. Lord is dolnc tbo carnonter work on A. It. Nel aon'anew bouse. , Maud RlcbardBon is aick. tbreatened wllb fever. Mrs Anna Stone and son of Lowell, Maas., aro vlaitincr Mrs. 1. U. JSOies. w. ii Crockett has tbo iob to paint tbe Sticknoy block in Barre city. : Mrs. E. W. Cur tls. wbo bas boen viBitlng ber aister in Soutb Royalton, returned bomo last Satur day. Owing to tbo raln labt Sunday morning Rev. Korman Seaver did not fulfll bia engagement bero and our pulpit was uu occupieU. East Orange. Ilev. Mr. Bovd of Georiretown. Maine. is ex pected to lireacb liere next Sunday. : Mr, and Mrs. G. 1'. Boyco of Barre spent a part of last wcek witli friends in town. Will llutcbiusoii. wbo is attendinir school at lirad ford. BDcnt last Sund.iv at bomo. G. 1) Mcrrill and sou with Mrs. Jennio Towno and son of Soutb Corinth spent Sundny at Orrin Uutcuinson s. Wrs. Vemio lenney witli two cbiUlrcn of Concord, N. II.. wbo bave Bnent tbo summer witb Mr. and Mrs. A. G, liutton, licr parents, returned bomo lnst Satur- .i . , i ! t 1: ; m Mrs. Sarah (Smith) Johnson of Lowell, Mass., epent last week witb frieiula bero, returning Saturday. ' MUs Laura Butler, wbo ia teaching tbo scbool bero spent Saturday and Sunday at ber bomo in East Corinth. Soveral nttendcd tbe bip busking last Friday nigbt at Cbarlio Metcalt's at East Corinth. Illcker Mllls. Ira G. Blako and wife vlsited at A. II. Ricker's laat Friday. Dr. Henry L. Tlllotson and wlfo caugbt a nlce strlng of plckerel last week. Robort Ilutton ia working for A. II. Ricker. , Grant Eiu ery and Addle Einery wero marrled last Friday. 1 A. II. Ricker bougbt four cows laat week. - J. O. Harvey and wlfo attended Dr. Packer's funeral at Paacbam laat Tbursday. , Carrol Rick er bas beeu quito aick tbe paat week but ls somo bettor, :. , Ilarry M. and Herman 1. Ulckor attended tbo fair at St. Jobns bury last week. J. W. and Goorgo Merrltt wero bero iisblng last Monday. ; Measlos and wbooping cougb aro prevalent ln tbis vlclnity. Fayston. Over one bundred of tbo many friends of F. 0. Carroll gatbered at bls residenco last Tuesday eveulug to cougrutulato blm on bia electlou to tbe generul aasumbly. Tbe Waitsfield (Jornet Band of wbicb Mr. Car roll la lender, dlacoursed excolletit muslc. Cakr, colleo and fruit woro served andut ter tbroe bearty cbetra for our town ropru-suntativo-ulect all returuod to tbelr bomes satlailed tliuy bad electud tbo rlglit man. KiiEis 1'iLLS. Send your adchess to II. E. Bucklon & Co,, Cliicago, nud get a freosamplo box of Dr. Klng's New Lifu I'illa. A trinl will cotivinco you of tlieir merito. Tbeso pills are eaay iu action, and aro purtioularly ulfeo tivo iu tbo cure of Constipntion and Sick Head' acbo. For Malaria nnd Llver troubles they liavo been provud iiivaliiablu. Tbey are guara auteed to bo perfectly freo from every dulo terious substance and to bo jmrely vcgetablu, They do not weukcn by tlieir action, but by giving tono to tlio atomucb and bowels grcatly uivigorato tbe systcm. llegular sizo 26o per box, Sold by 0, Blakely, Druggist. WllllRmstown. Josepb Lawlcr bas cono to Washington to cut granlto. A Bon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Patay Elllott last wcek. Conductor Jamoa Canaly Is taklne a va- cation from rallroad work. Miss Bertlia Soavcr and Carl Sawver aro puplls ln Goddard Setninary. Mra. Ralnb Dltty. for a long tlmo a groat Invalld, Is ngaln somowbat bettor, Georco Wllbur bas flnlsbed work In J. K. Lyndo's storo, wboro bo han boen tbo past yoar. A councll of nbyelcians was called last Friday iu tbo caso of Ibo joung aon of Fred Jackson. Mrs. Joaopb Qregory, a long tlmo lnvalld, Is visiting bor son, lawyer Jobn Gregory of WaiUflold. Puter Bootb. of Comnany E. First Ver mont Reglment, ls conflncd to bls bed witb lung troublc. Judeo Austln Yonna and wlfp. nee Mlsa Lenora Martin, now of Mlnneapolla, aro vlaltlng ln town. Goorco Wilbor will orolong clvo np work ln J. K. Lynde'a storo wbero bo bas beon foraome montbs. Mrs. Horaco Earle and dauchtor of Man- cbeator, N.,11., woro gueats last week of O. A. Blancbard's family. Tbero ls cmlto a lareo numbor of vacant tonemonts in our village JuBt now, for wbicb tbo ownora deslro occupants. Bert Bruco hai returned from Phlladol- nhla ln Imnroved bcaltb. bls nbvslclan tbero calllng bls troublo.lndlgostlon. Adna Down's Bocond son. Henry. bas glvon np school ln Chelsea and la about to enter J. li.. Lynuo s ompioy aB a cierk. Tbo bov lo n Ito landlord and Mrs. J. W. Brown ol tbo Monument Houso, a week ago laat Sutday, dlod on Saturday ovening last. Patsev Uoffera. of Comnany E. Fltst Vor mont Re-iment. Is rmtUncr In a nart of bls tblrty daja' furlough at granlto cuttlng noro. Andrew Burnbum, local oditor of tbo Williamstown Hcrald, bas been visiting bls only son and cblld in Brattleboro ln tbe laat woek. Tbo family friends of Will A. Edson aro tbis woek feollng great fear tbat be is not to rccover from tbo awful accident of somo weeks ago. Sherman Wlncbester Is maklng a trlp to tbo soutbcrn nortlon of tbo Btate. establlsu. Ing rgoncles for tbo salo of tbo publlcationB of a I'nlladoipiim nouao. Van McAUlater's newly purobased bouso baa been tborougbly renovatcd and mado readv for bls occupancy. IIo will aoon bulld a barn on tbo place. Cbarles M. Ersklne's family bas for aomo wfiks biHin havin a sieco from slckness botb Mra. Erskiuo and a coualn visiting ber. Botu aro mucb bettor now. Merville, son of Gurdon Martin, and a member of Company E, Flrat Vermont Tlf.flniHnt. wbo (s at bomo bero on a fur lough, baa boen ln poor bealtb from jaun- dlcc, etc. Ira EC Ilowell, lato Democratlc candldato bero for reproaentatlve, announccd to tbo rftnrns tbat nomlnated blm tbat be waa not a blgb Hconse man, but ratber was for problbltlon. Mra. Robert Jones. to bo accompanled by ber two youngeat daughtcre, Is to bo ln Utlca. N. Y.. two montbs. witb ber parents and ber two oldest daugbters, wbo are at ecbool tboro. .Toaenh Murrav. one of our cranlto pollsh' eiB from New Brunswick, last week burlod hlH Hsven weeks' old daucbter from bowel trouble. Tbo body waa burled in tbo Catb- ollo cemotory in Barre. Tbo concort by tbe Congregational and Metbodist cbolrs at tbo Solld Rock cbapol. Quarry dlstrlct, was well attended anu creatlv liked. and added a snm to tbo cbap ol society'B troaaury tbat ls warmly appre- ciateu. Lutber Bailoy, of Company E, First Ver mont Reglment. stlll remains at mcka. mniica and bls brotberf. Bert and Frank, aro vtt witb bim. Of lato be bas beon badly off witb boils or Borep, the result of liia fovor. It ls eaid tbat tbo caso of Willie Lund. at tbe boBpltal ln Burlington, wbicb lookcd so bopeful aomo weeks ago, ls now regarded very crltical, if not hopeleas. IIo baB been a terrible sufforer for a long time, and it waa boped tbat tbo removal of an abacess near tbe blauuer wouiu uring a cure. Lutber M. Waldo. now of Tallapoosa Ga.. ia arrain verv badly off in bealtb. An. otber abscosa bas brokon out on tbo back in tbo region of tbe lungs, tbat discbargos fearfully, and it would seem belp muat neeu como aoon u at uu. no nas uiauo a hravo flgbt in lato years witb Uiaoase. In conaenuenco of tbe denarturo of Mra Jobn Byrues, noo Mrs. Sllas Bobonon, to Keene, N. II., to live, Mr. Byrnes bas tbo family of bla daugbter by bla ilrst wlfo now llving witn uim. rtis aon, oi -ompany ii First Vermont Reglment, is bero on a fur lougb. An unmarried daugbter is alao vis iting blm. Mrs. C. E. Bancroft of our vlllago tells us of ber motber. Mrs. Ellza Flatier, now in ber eigbty-nintb year, wbo la a resldent of Bethel, sne nas been uoing ior irienus in Barre aouvenlr needlo work ao sklllfully as to rival tbo girls of tbe preaent day. In ber memory ahu retalns ovents botb of tbe past anu preaent. We bavo luat boen clvon somo llcuros rol atlve to cburcb attoadanco bero. Tbero aro flve preachtng placea in town, in ono of wbicb servlcea aro beld fortnlgbtly. In two otbers, servlces aro beld but once on a Sun day. Approxlmately wo judgo tbat iu tbo mouth of July atout ono person in flve of our citlzena, on an averago, may bave at tended tbo tbree morning and two aftor noon aervlcea. Wo bear complalnts of a Bcarclty of money at tbo present tlmo. In a lato conversa tion wlth one of our mlddlo-aged farmers tbo otber day, ln wbicb bo was speaklng of somo of tbe drawbacks in farmlng now, wo asked blm if aomo of our farmers wero not dolng well. At tbo mentlon of a cortain namu bo replod tbat bo believed tbo man could not sbow to-day tbo prlnclpal and ln tereat npon it, tbat bad been lnberltcd by tbe family and j et be aeems a model f armer. But depreciation of real estato in tbo last flfteen or twenty years inuBt account for tbla stato of tblngs if true. Nows bas juat come again from Goorgo Lyndo Alnswortb, under date of Juno 20. IIIs gobl-buntlng party was at Fort Slmp aon. perbaps two bundred mlles nortb-west of tbe Great Slavo Lake, Brittsb Amerlca, and on tbo Mackenzlo river. Tbey bavo been bavlng a bard trlp slnco prevloualy beard from. On Great Slavo Lake tbey bad been caugbt in a uorth-weater tbat was on tbem tbree days and two nigbts. At anotber tlmo tbey seem to bavo baroly oa caped Bblpwreck on tbo lake, and a tblrd tlmo tbey caugbt lt, tbe aeas hreaklng ovor tbelr boat. Tbey are not alone ln tbelr pur ault of tbo yellow metal. otber proapectora aharlng tbe samo hardshlps and purlls witb tbem. Notblng yet ln tbe way of gold baa been fouud, and tbey aro ateerlng for tbe Yukon country. Tbo boya aro capital satl ora and witb a pleuty of pluck uud provl siona for anotber year, Not a wblno suoma to eBcapo tbem ao far aa wo know. Tbey aro ilooklng forward to a wlnter of good trapping and fur enougb to pay oxponsos bomo if no gold ls struck. Topshain. Tbo fuueral of MrB. Susan Wllley was beld at tbo bomo of Josoph Weed last Tbursday. Mrs. Wllley was elgbty-ilvo years of ago. Frank Barnes ia dolng barness maklng and ropalrlng ln tbo little sbop near Josepb Weed's. 1 A reunlon of bomo of tbe old puplls of Rev. N, R, Jobnston waa beld ln tbo towu ball laat week. Among tboae preaent wero Mr. and Mrs. Archlbuld Mllls of St. Loula, Mr. and Mra. Atwood of Chelsea. Mr. and Mra. Chester Dlckey of Washington, and Dr. and Mrs. Eaatman of Groton. , Mrs. Ingalls of Newbury, Mass,, ls vlsitlng bor Blster, Mrs. Rutb Orr. SURE CURE FOR EPILEPSY. Just Reatl Wliat Dr. Greene's Nervura Did in Iliis Case, Fits and St. Vitus' Danco Also Yieltl to Its Magic Power. It ls Tlio Only Suro L'uro For Tlitso Kcrrotis Troubles. Any pbysicinn will tell you tlint tlio medi. cino wbicb will curo Epiloiray, Ilj-storia, FiU and St. Vitus' Danco and nervons attncks, is tmly n wondorful remedy. Dr. Grccno's Nervura will ouro tbem. I'nrcntfl, thoreforo, whoso children man'ifeat any symptoms of Biich imponding nervous dis ordera, liko ncrvousncs, irritability, moodi nes3, irregular appctito, headacliea, dizziness, disturbed sleop, restlessness, loss of memory anu intcrest m tlungs, palo faco, foot cold, fldgeting witli fingors, twiching of oyolids, faco, limbs, shoulders, or jerking of kc.id, sliould at once givo Uiis spocifio cure, Dr. Greene's Nervura. It is porfoctly harmless, boing mado from puro vegotablo romodios, wonderful in tlioir hcalth rostoring powora. Miss Carrio Vnn Allen, Bristol, .Connecti' cut, says: "About two years ngo I was taken very aud denly sick, witliout any npparent cause witli a fainting spcll, and from tliat timo have beon subjectto tbem, aometiiiies every week, ofien two or tbreo a day, aftor wbicb I would foel simply miscrablo. I would not be ablo to sit up, and could not rest if I Iay down, and it seeined as if sometbing would shut niy breatli oll. I could not draw a breatli without a groan, and would start so I would f rigbten my sclf nud tboBO around mo. My nppetito would f ail and then chills would follow. "Wo bad of ten beard of Dr. Greeno's Ner vura blood and nervo remedy; in fact, bad known of somo cases under our own observa tion wlioro it had dono wondcrs. I wns so tirod of medieino tliat the sight of a bottlo and spoon was rovolting to mo. I said I would not tako nnother drop of nnytbiiig, but my father provailed upon mo to try ono bottlo of Dr. Greene's Nervura and seo wliat tbo cffects would bo. I did so, and bavo taken fivo bot tles, nnd I feel like a new person. I consider myself bettor to-day than I liavo been in sevon years." Dr. Greenc, 31 Tcmplo Placo, Boston, Mas3., can be constilted absolutely froo in regard to any caso, personally or by letter. WuBblngton. Evorytbing indicates tbat the fair to bo beld St ptombor 27, 28 aud 29 will bo a suc cobs and will probably be tbe boht ever beld on tbe grouuda. In fact everybody aeems determined tbat tbis sball go abead of all former fairs. The Washington and East Barre band will furnisb muslc, asalatod by tbe Corinth drum corps. Ono membor of tbis corps Is a little miss about seven years old, and no one should miss seeing ber han dlo tbo aticka. Tbo entriea are coming ln from every quarter and tbo managera aro confident tbat all wbo attend will go away foellng aatlsfled tbat Washington Is tbo placo to go for a flist claaa fair. A largo poultry houso has beeu bullt ao tbat poul try will be well cared for. Newbury Centor. n. G. Balley ls bavlng bls corn cut by C. II. Kulght wlth bls corn barveater. Moses Ilood bas contractod wlth our road commlsBlonors to bulld tbe road lald by tbe solectmen last aprlng, from bls fatb er's bouse to bls bouse, 100 roda for 8100, acceptable to the road commlaslonera. N. B. Tewkabury la taklng orders for tbe Amerlcan Wollon Mllls Company, tbe wurld's largest tallora for men's clotblng, cut and mado to order. Samplos can bo aeen and pricea glven by applying to abovo agent. The princcese sbapo will bo mucb uscd, botb for drcssy day and evcuiug loiletB, tbia aulumo, nnd uotbing could bo ruoro pctfect tban Iho IU and out lino of aomo of tho newcat modcls. Tho atylo of tbo gown can bo varied onco aud again to suit diffcrcnt forms, niatcrials, nnd rcquiremtnte. On somo of tbo youlbful modcls tbo princeBao eilcct appears only at tbo back, tbo front showiug pretty guimpo jackot or blouao effcclB, liroton straps, faucy sin gle. doublo, or trlplo rovcra, and vests and breto.les of la.o and volvot. Not withatanding tbo voguo of Ibo revived tbrco-quatter walking coats, witb fronts cutving back towarda tbe bips, or mado in double-breasted box styles, Bomo of tbo Btnartest modcls in botb Frencb aud Englisb tailor costumos sbow tho bodlco portion cut in round waisted Btylc, witb a Bttaight bclt or poiuted girdlo as a flnisb, sometimoB witb, and again witbout, short addod bacquea. Every sort of fanciful devico botb novel and familiar ia retorted to in tho making of tbeso youtblul-look-ing waists. Tboy aro slasbod, witb clinipses of growiug colors ebowing betwecn tbo tlaBhlugB; they aro in doublc-breastod form, wlth bandsomo militaty buttons for trimming aud vory flno gold cording at tbo cdgea, or they aro opon-frontod to tho bclt, witb ovory sort of ricli or dainty fabric introduccd aa a vcat pluin-rtd boing a vory fa vorito color. Tho rngo for introduciug our natlon al colors baa not abatcd. Hod, gray. and bluo iu aomo of tho tuost boautiful sbadca wo buvo over Beeu tbcao dyca produccd iu appoar among tailor clotha, vclvota, otc, for aulumu gownB,and tho traco of whito iicodcd appoara ou tbo Bilk or eatlu rovora, vcata, gulmpoa, and plastron or blouao fronta of tho walst or.jnckct. Iu millinory tbcao colors aro quito as proiuiuout, aud ln tho rcd abades narlicularly aro aomo dahlia and dnmaek tluts witb a nillltnry name tbat aro euporb c-amples of tbo dycr's art. SUMMARY OF NEWS. Yormonti Danikl KiNd of Gloucostor, Mass.. was instantly klllod at St. .lohnthnry last Fri day by falllng slxtvflvo foot from a llac Rtaff bo was ropalrlng at tbo rosldonco of I' ranK ii, iirooKa. Puivatb GBonaB F. Baulow of Comnanv L, Newport, dled last Friday at Fort Etban Allen bospltal, aftor a long lllness witb ty pbold fever. IIIs doatb la tho fourteontb n tno iruat Vormont reglment. PatvATB Henry Smith of Comnanv L. Nowport, Prlvato James Flynn of Company ju, uurnngion, anu uergoani w. u, bullP van of Company B, St. Albanp, dled at Fort Etban Allen bospltal bctwoon Friday nigbt and Sunday morning last. Tbo numbor of deatha ln tbo Flrst Vormont Roglmont has now roacbcd soventoon. Tub bandsomo now houso of Mlcbaol M. Moran at Fairfield waa burnod last Tburs day nlght. Mr. Moran was at work ln tbo front ball varnlsblng tbo woodwork whon the keroseno lamn oxnloded and tbe flamoa qulckly apread ovor tho new varnlsbod woou. Jlelp was qulckly at band, but wator was ,scarco and only a part of bia houaebold goods woro Bavod. Tho bouse was one of tbo best bullt ln town und tbo loss will oxcood $2,500 witb very little in- suranco. Doinestic. At .tbo mootlncr of tho Sovorlcn Grand Lodgo of Odd Follows held on Tuesday ln Boston Alfred 8. Plnkorton of Worcester, MaB9., was unanlmously olocted grand alro. tror uoputy cranu siro, lour canuiuatos woroplacodln nominatlon, A. 0. Cablo of Oblo boing electcd. J, Frank Grant of Bal timore, Md , was ro-olocted grand Bocrotary and Richard Mucklo of Philadolphla grand ireaaurer. 141.1,' r. 111 1UU III , AT 1 1. 1 II 1 1 1. 1 1 1U1U 1. 11 V. Normau B. Roam of Chicago, bave obtatned control of tbo Baltimore and Oblo rallroad. Ton milllon dollars la tho prlco pald. They 1 1 T T TTI1I 1.7. l ..I . 1. .. unvo uinuD unuioo J . xxni, fiicaiuuub ui buo Groat Northoru rallway, the domlnant fac tor ln tho roorcanizatlon and bave calued for Chicago and tbo North west whatia prac- ticauy a trunk uno irom ocean to ocean, controueu by umcago capital. SrRAKER Rekd ls to tako nart ln tho II linoia congresBional campalgn. It ls plau- neu to uavo Mr. uoed mako a Uozon spooches In Cook county and otber purtB of tbo Stato on a tour. wbicb will be mado In a apeclal traln. Besldes the Malno statos- man, tho party will iucludo Congrossmen uepuurn, uoiuver, uousins anu llendoraon of Iowa. Tbia congressional qulntotte will end ita trlp iu Cbicaco and by aneakin. in a big wlgwnm at Ogden avenueandTwelftb street anu in tno stock yarua uistrlct. Paymastbr Gknkhal Stanton haa turn ed over to l'resldoi.t McKinlev all tho na pora relatlng to tbo recent unpleasantness growlng out ol tbo reiusal o( a Texas regi ment to recelve nay from Malor Lvncb bo. cause bo is oolored. Tbe Presldent has taken no deflnlto action beyond expressing approval of Genoral Stantou's courso ln Bending asbarp dispatcb totbecommauding paymaster oi tnat uopariment, statlng ln euect tnat aB fiiaior Lyncu bau been regu larly commlssioned by tbe Presldent as an army paymaster tbo troops must tako tbelr pay from blm or else go witbout pay. Tbus the matter Btanda, witb tbe papers beforo tbo Presldent. There is tho posslblllty tbat a new queatlon may ariso on tbe point of lnsuooruination in reiusing to rocelvo pay from paymasters reguiarly commlaaioned to mako paymonia. Miss Winkib Davis. daucbter of Jeffor Bon Davls, widely known and beloved in tbo soutb, as tbe "Daugbter of the Con federacy," dled last Sunday at Narragansot Pier, R. I., after an illnosa of several weeks wiui maiariai gasiruis. aiiss uavla ap neared in nublic for tbe last tlme at Atlan. ta, Ga., July 21 laat. Tho occasion was tbe parade of ex-confederateB wbo beld tbelr annual reunlon tbia yoar In Atlanta. Miss Davls was a guoat of bonor and occuplod a carrlago witb Stonewall Jackson and Miss Caro Lewis Qordon, a daugbter of Gen. Gordon. The procession started undor an auspicious sky but beforo proceedlng far, a beavy storm came np and the raln whiuh foll in torrents, drenched tbo occupants of tbe carrlages Her illueaa dated from tbat tlmo. Rtv. Dr. Joun Hali. of New York dled laat Friday at Bangor, County Down, Iro land. During tbe year 18G7 Dr. Ilall was a delegate from tbo general assembly of the presbyienan cnurcu ln lreianu to tue l'roa byterian cburcb in tbo United States, aud aftor bls return to Ireland be recelved a call to tbo Fiftb Avonue Prosbyterlan cburcb in New York. IIo acceptod it and entored upon bls labors on Novcrnber 3, 18G7. A new cburcb ediflce was erected for Dr. Hall In 1875, at a cost of 61,000,000, on the corner of Fiftb Avenuo aud FHtv-flftb streot. IIo was olocted chancellor of the Dnlvoraity of the Clty of Now York ln 1882. Dr, Ilall was on hls annual vlslt to Eurone. He dled at hls sister's resldence. IIIs bealtb bad boen broken down and bo had boen seriously ill for two days beforo bla doatb. He had boped to return to New York short. ly, and had already engaged passago on a ateamer for hlmaelf and bls wife. United Statea Quartormaster Hyde of Bos ton, oponed on Monday, the blds to furnleb 10,000 headstonea to bo erected to tho mem ory of Unlon soldlers wbo bavo dled alnce the clvll war and of soldlerB wbo bave died ln tbo Spanlsb-Amorlcan war. The blds range from 85 each to as lo w aB 81.35. Tbore wero flve blddora. Tho work up to the pres ent tlme bas been dono by tbo Vermont Mar ble company. Every atate in tbe Unlon will recelve somo of tbeso beadatonea wbicb aro provlded by tbe government, but muat ba piacod In the cemotory at tho exponse of tbe friends of tbe soldlerB. Tbo atonea are four inchcs deep, ton inches wido and are tbree feet .out of tbo ground. About 25,000 of tbem are dell vored every year at tho expenso of tbe national govornment. Many of tbem will now be ftlven to rolatives of tbeaoldiers who bave lost tbelr livea in the Cuban war. Forolgn. Dbbfitb Lord Salisbury's declaratlon tbat he would brook no interferenco from any othor Power in the Nlu-Cbwang Rallway loan contract, be bas now ylelded to all the condltlons Ruaala impoaod. Aa a result the nogotiatlons witb tbo Englisb syndicate bavo beon broken off, and those with the Rusao-Cbinoao bauk bavo beon reaumed, Tbo most destructlvo atorm of tbe year swept over Moatreal last Sunday, causing tbouaands of dollara' worth of damago to wludows and akyligbts. Hallstones tbo sizo of plgoons' egga fell iu abuudance and ono doatb ia roported as indlreotly duo to tho storm. A trolly wiro was broken and struck James McIConzlo, a passer-by, in stantly killlng blm. Several otber podos trlans were stunned by tbe hallstones beforo they could roacb sbolter, All Great Brltaln baa boen startled of lato by an epldemlo of outragos. On tbo Nortbwestern and Mldlund roads, ln tbo neigbborbood of Northamptou tboro bavo been several most determined attempts to wreck passougor tralns. Tho pollce bave not beon ablo to obtaln tbo allghteat oluo, althougb a bundred dotectlves bavo beeu scourlug tbe dlstrlct. Consequently a paulo almilar to tbo "Jack tbe Rlpper" acaro pro valls. CniKir Kbllbrt, of tho Motrcpolltan Do tectlve agfuoy of Montreal haa beeu iu atructod by tho provluoial government to arrest ull tbo proprlotora of buckot-abopa and to closo up tho shops. Somo years ago, whon tbo Abbott law agatnst buckot-shopj was pasaed, a Blmilar tnovo was mado but they gradually apruug up agalu and to-tlay Montreal can boaat of not lesa tban eigbt een. Many of these are ruu by porsous from tbo United States. Mail advlcus from Japau, fucolved last Saturday at Tacoiua, Wash., aay that anothor formldablo rebelllon agalnst Japan eso rule bas started ln Formoaa, tbis tlme in the Boutbern part of tho island. There ruV COTTON NOW TCTaOTT & Comm 137 SU rnnl Stroct, is a tondonoy toward general lnsurrectlon among tbo trlbes ln all tbe southorn dla trlcta. Two battles bavo boen fougbt, ono near xaicuu, ino oiner near xainoKu. xuo trlbes were defeated by tho Japaneso troops and tho pollco. Many were kllled and wounded on each sido. Tbo robolllon ls tbo ontcomo of an attempt by tbe Japaneso admlnlstratlon to oxtenu us luusuiction ovor tho aeml-savago trlbes llving in tbo ln terlor. A btatb of uloomy approhonslon pro- valls among tbo populatlon of Naples, Italy regardlng tbo eruptton of Vesuviua, which ls hourly becomlng moro activo and men- aclng. otroams ot lava aro spreauing ln every dlrectlon. Tho moat threatonlng of tbeso flowa tbrougb tho Vedrino valloy, wbicb ls almoat flllod. Tho obaorvatory, wbicb orlglually stood at a heigbt of C10 metres, is now only twenty-sovon metres abovo the soa level, owlng to tbo slnking of tbo ground, Sevon now craters bavo been formod around the central cone and this bas not tended to dlmlnish tbe fears for merly felt which wero baaed upon the erup tton of stones and acorlao, slmilar to that which occurred in 1872. Latkr details recelved from Kingston, St. Vlncont, show tbat an unparallod de Btruction of lifo and property look placo tbere during tho recent hurricane. Out of a populatlon of 41,000, 300 wore kllled and 20.000 were lnlured and rendered bomeless. Besldes tbis, owing to tbe complete destruc tlon of tbo provlsions tbey are all atarving. Tho island bas beon absolutely uutted by wind and iioods from tbo mountalns ln ad- dltion to tbe waves along tha coaat. There haa been creat loss to shlnnlnc alonc the track of the cyclono. Relief ftinds are being ralsed in reaponso to an appeal from tbo govornor of bt. Vlncont, wuero all ueBcrip tions of food aud clotbiug and necessaries wero lost ln tbe general destruction. Tbo uemanu lor butiumg materiais lsunumiteu Tlio Tlamboo Gun. Tho uatives iu tbo Bucherganj dis- trict of Bongal bavo been doprivcd of tlioir guus, und sinco tbcu tboy bavo ro. sorted to tbo nutivo bamboo in tho liuut for dofensivo woapona Tboy hollow out tbo bamboo, load it witb au ouuco or two of nativo powdcr aud a baudful of irou elngs and touch it ou witb a fuso iu tbo lmmcdiato uoigb borboou or tlio ollenuiug person. Anotber way, ns tlio cookory books say, is to eniploy tbo bamboo as a fork witb a cobra pinned to tbo far eud. Au application of tbo cobra to tbo sleoping body of an enemy is all tbat is ueces sary. Londou Tit-Bits. Ciifttoiiivra. Littlo Boy Plua.so, I waut tbo doc tor to como uud beo niotber. I)octor's Servant Doctor's out Whero do you como from? Littlo Boy Wliat I Don't you know mo? Wby, wo deal witb you wo bad a baby from bero last wcek. London Fuu. IIlndooH Ubo I.lttlo Soap. Tbo only eoap wbicb tbo Hindoos of tho ortbodox typo employ is mado en tivoly of vegetablo products. But soap is littlo nsed in Iudia, being alinost au uukuowii lusury witb tbo uatives. "Do you think there will bo anythlng left to rcmind the world of our navy?" inquircd one Spaniard. "Well," rt plicd tbo othcr, after much rellecllou, "Thoro's the ocean it used to float in." Waahington Star. Brinkerhoff I hear there is a bouse in your neigbborbood bauntcd by a very persistent ghoat. Itenlington Yes, it is the gboat of tho former owuer repoatinghis futile nightly viails to collcct his rent. The Lincoln Fountain Pen. Pricb only 81.00 Rkducbd from 82.50 Waruantbd Bolid Gold Every Pen guahantekd. The "Lincoln Pen" bas been in ubo In tbis ofllce, on all kinda of work, for nearly four years. ocores aro iu uno ln tbo banka, Insurance of fllcos and buBiness houses of Montpelier. Hundreds bavo been sold by tbis ofllce in all parta ot tho stato aud couutrv. It ls ( durablc, good for years of '-Htrvlcc, alwaya ready to 1 go," but never ilrip?, tbe lnk llowincnniformlvaud In the rlgbt meaanre. It glvea perfect satiB f action. Buy one. The prlco is tho only thlng cLoap about tho " Lincoln." By mail ou receipt of prlce. Vermont Watchman Co. Montpelier Water Works. STcD1;ioo. Consuiiiurs of Berlin water, claiiuing a re bnto on tlioir water tnx duo Octobor lst, 189S, by rensou of vacanoy or otlicrwiso, during the past six nioutliB, niust pruseut tlieir clnims ta tho Bupuriutcndcut on or beforo Scptcmber 28, lh'JS, rcr onler of City Coiuicil, JOEL I'OSTEIt, Superintondoiit. MARRIAGES, In Wmtiliiiitoii, Sept. 14, lr Iter. Alvon M. Smttli, llerinan 1'. llickerlimn to (UTtrmle A. L'hatnberlln. DEATHS, In Allefcan, Mlcli., Repl. 11. Lucr (Anilrui), wldow of Joihua l-'oliom of TuutiildKO, VI y eutl, 7 caji. In ClieUen, Heiiteraber 17, ot lieart dlieaie, (lllbcrt Ilalulirliliie Iauv, agud 93 yeuri, 6 raoutlul 19 Uuji. Inllerltu, Sept., Carollue K. Itceil, wife of Davld Ilobart, foriuorlj ol Droadoii, Mutuu. "Tlie luemorr ol tlio Juit Ii bletted." In (IroYBtou, N. II., Sept. 17, Elleu (Tabor) Dan forth. dauutiter o( tlio late ltov. I.. 11, Tabor aud wHow ot W. It. Danforth, late of North Btratford, N. II., aged ts yeari . CI.OSSON, li J " A CRITICAf TIME During the Battle of Santiago. SICK OR WELL, A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY. Tho Packers at tho Baltlc or SanUngo dc Cuba wero nll Hcrocs. Tlielr Horolc L'fforts in Kctting Ainiiiiini tlon and Itatious to tlio Front Snvtd tbe Day. r. E. Butler of pnck-train No. 3, writing from Santiago de Cuba( on July 23d, says: "Wo all had diarrhuja in more or lesa vio lent form, nnd when wo landed we liad no timo to seoi u doctor, for it was a caso of rusb and rusb night nnd dny to keep the troop3 supplied witli nniniiinttion nnd rations, but tlmnks to bamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Uiarrha-a Remedy, wo were nble to keep at work nnd keep our bealtb; in fact, I sin cerely beliove that at ono critical timo thia medicine was tho indirect saviour of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work tlieroi would bavo been no way of gettiiiir supplies to the front. There wero no roadi that a wagon train could use. My corumdo and myself had tho good fortune to iay in a Bupply of this medicine for our pack-train beforo we left Tnmpa, and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life." The nbove letter was written to the manu facturers of this medicine. tho Chambcrlain Medicine Co.. Des Moiues. Iowa. For sale by C. Blakely. W. E. Terrill & Co., Montpelier. MTIOMAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. SINCE JANUARY 1, 1898, haa paid its policy-holders $907,713.22 (over $5,000 EACH DAY); addini? to its assets in the same period more than $500,000.00 and writing $6,326,000.00 of new insurance, closing the half year with $78,320,291, 80 of insurance in force. S. S. BALLARI), General Agent, Opcra Houso Block, ITontpclicr, Yt. Registered by the Uuiversity of the Stato of New York. hDSCHOo, oV Of .r AND Best in Everything. For Cntilogue nddresa Caiike- & IIoit, Albany, N. V. FREE! Car fare from jour bome to Sl'KNCEK'S nUSI 'KSS SCHOOL. KtnKaton, N. Y. 250 ctudents lail Tear. Iloard and room In clnbg, ?.'.!0 per wcek. :tabllhed 1MK. lleautlful New HulldlnR. Ileitln everythtne. Not a slngle 6tenoKrpt'ic graduate of our echooi bas falled to secure a parliiKposltlon. Union Mulual Fire Insurance Comp'y. ANNUAI. MEETING. Tbe annual incetlnK ot the memberi of the Unlon Mutuat l'lre Imurance Company. for tbe ehctlon ot Dlrectors for tbe year eusulng aud tbo transnctton of any otber leKal buslnt.ss, will be held at lts oOlce In Montpelier ou Wedntadar, Octobtr 10, 158, ut ono o'clock 1. M. l'er order of tlie Dlrectoi s. IIAItl.AN W. KEM1-, Secretary. Montpelier, Vt.,Stptember 1!, I8W. ESTATE OF CHESTElt SAWlKlt. Statk or Vkrmont. DIBTKIOT oy W-ABl!lNQTO, 8S. In l'robate Court, held at Montpelier, In and for ald IMitrict. on tbe ittli day of Septeiuber, A.U. 13991 Au lntruruent puriiortlntr to be the last will and testaruent of Clll'.STKIt SAWVEIt. late of Marshfield, In aald Dintrlct, deceaied, beluR pre euted to the Court for I'roliate, It Ii ordered by aald Court, that all pcsona coucemed thereln be uotlfled to apptmr at a senston of lald Court, to be held at the l'robate OOIco, In aald Mout peller.on the Uth day of October, A. I). 1M8 and itiow caute, If any they may have, aKaluit tlio l'robate of aald tuitruiuem j for wbicb rurpoie It la f urther ordered, that uotlre ot thla onler le publlihed three eelt occeMtvely ln the Vermont Watchman Statt Journal.n newipaper prlnted at Montpelier, In thla State, prevlout tn aald tlino appolnted for hearlnir. lly the Court, Attunt. . , it-'.i I11HAM OAHLKTON, Jndfte. c OUIIT OK INSOr.VUNCV. ..1.V...T. .. .li.i..,.U'P VLualil,i.in Ill.rl.f ... DlAinur , jiiii'iw.i .,....... ....... wk, lnlthe matter ot .lohn A. Durkee and Leillo J, Dur kee, partuert under the tlrm name ot J. A. anu l.. v tfuravo, iii.uivuut uouiurB, Tnkeuotlco.thiit a thlrd muotlnR ot the credltora of.lohn A, Durkee and I.cnlio J, Durkee. partnera under tho tlrm uaine nf .1. A. and L. J. Durkee cf Duxbury, tn lald Dlitrlct, IuboItoiH debtorl, li appolnted by the JudKe ot aald Court to be held iat a Court ot Intolvency at the l'rob.ite oillco, Iu Moutpelior, ln lald Dlttrlct. on the Hh day of Octobor, A. D. 1843, at ten o'clock lu the foronoou, at wlilcli tlme and placo the anlfnieo of aald dobton' ettate will aubinlt hll account, aud apply for a lettlement ot tlie aame, and for a dUcharKo from all llabtllty ai auch mslgnee to any of the atd credltora, that a dlvldeud inar be ordered, aud a certltlcate of dlicharKe Rranted to lald dcbtora, acreeably to the Vermont Statutea and any proper objectlons to auy buiineia at lala meetliiK will be In oider. Datcif at Moutpelier. thli SUth day of Beptomber, A.I). 18U9. IIIKAM OAltLKTO.N.JudRe. One Mlnutc Cough Cure, cures, Tbat la what It was made lor.