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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUllNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. 1899. AFTER Thoro 1s no denying tlie scrious fnct thnt thcro is n grcnt nmount of sickiicss from tbo grip ; thnt over worked mcn ainl womon now suiTcr moro tlmn nt nny otlicr titno of tho ycnr from lnsBitudc, hcndnehcs, slight chills nnd fovcr and other syinptonis or imperlqct hgalth j tliut pcoplo fitll nick moro readily now tlian nt any otber timo of tlio ycar ; and that when- cver nn cpidomic docs nppcnr it iu variably plays bavoc witli tboso who nre run down and out of condittou. Tlio ulmost caution should bc tnk cn to kccp tlio blood pmc and tbo nervous systcm in bcaltby tonc. Tlicro is no moro cxcuso for prcvalont symptoms of stagnant, tlio nn- purc blood in tbo body tlian thero is for tbo barbarisni of filtby stieets in a city. I Tbo rolnxcd and sluggisb action of tbc oxeretory organs loads tbo body with wnsto niateiial tbat pois ons it and brings 011 bcadacbes, rheti matic pains, sleeplcss nigbts and profitloss dttys, duo solcly to tbo cir culation in tbo blood, or deposits in tbo tissucs, of tboso wnsto matters wbicb Pnino's cclcry compound alone will qnickly drive out. Wben tbo arms, bips or back fecl tbc twingcs of ncuto rhcnmntisni it is higb timo to rclievo tbo kidnoys and bladdcr from tbc strnin tbat so often brings 011 Bright's disease, gravel, dropsy and complications of diseases with otbcr orgnns wboso bealtb dc- pends upon tbc pnrity of tbo blood. Prompt uso of Paino's celery com ponnd will savo tbc wcakened parts from yiclding to discasc. In its peculiar ability to invigorato tbe body, to makc now blood and to rcEulate tbo ncrves, lies tbo crcat valuo of Paine's celery compound in all wasting diseases and disorders of tbe kidneys, livcr and stomacb. 1'nines celery comnouna rescues sbaky, cnfeebled ncrves from pros tratiou, and removcs tbat feelinsr of utter cxlmustion tbat causes so mucb despondency amoiig so many worried men and womcn. It makes iicsb, blood and strong nerves. Paine's celery compound is not a patcnt medicine ! It is not tbc dis covery ot some qnncK uoctor o whom bis profession novcr bcard it iS not a concoction put np by some man wbo first invcntod a name, and tben adopted a preparation to fit it it is not a secrct rcmedy. Washington, D. E. Worthloy was in Itandolph on 8un day. Fred Counter bas moved into tlio houso, owned by E. L. Koster. Tho Ladlos' Mlto 8oclety meets at Bobool houso hall thls ovenluR. F. C. IIuntlnRton and family vislted in Barre und Montptjlinr on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester DlcUoy woro ln Northfield on Monday and Tuosday of thls wuek. A. IT. Ordway of Barre and A. L. McKeo of East Barre aro working for tbe Warner Gruulto Company. One of tbe borses belonglnR to DownlnR and CIourIi Rot looseln tbo Htnble one nlRht last wcok and was tjulte badly injured by one of the other borses ln the stable. Van Ness Smlth, who bas been worklnj; in StockbridH for the past few months, was at home last wnnk. Ho Is to work the comlnRHeason for Davld Smlth in Williams town. Tbomas Blllings, who bas beon Btopplng in town for some timo past, was nitioty nine years old last Fnliruary, For seveuty olRht yuars he has been u inoiiibr of tho Masonlo order and it any of the loidora of tbe Watciiuan know of nuy person who bas beeu a memher of that order for a longer terin of yuars they aro requested to wrlto to G. A. Bohonau, Washington, Vt., whois endeavorlug to loarn tho nauie of the oldest member of the order ruBtdlng in thls State. Alorotown. Mlss Addle Freemau baa been 111 but is lmproviug. Several from town attnnded tbe auotlon at Montpelier on Saturday. W. F. UIU and Clalr Ward returned to tbe Montpelier Seminary thls weuk, It la reportod that Mrs. J, 0. Towle bas boUI lier house In the vlllage to Mlss Barab Thompson, Mrs, llntton Ward baa bcon 111 agaln, aa bas Krauk Thoinas. At thls wrltlug they are convalescent. The young people gave Mlss Mamlo Ilnr dlo a snrprlse rartv on Saturday orenlng ln linnor ot ber birlbday. Bho waa presented wlth a ulce tiellulold worlt bor. Rev. W. T. Miller of Waltnfleld is to glvo an illnstratod leoturo at tho MethmtlH churoli thls week on Thurrfilay evunlng I' la boped tbero wtll be u full liouno as It will be enjoyed by all, Adiiils-lon free. GRIP! Bnt it is, first, tlio rcsult of tbo lifclong study of tlio grentcsl phy sician Amorica bas producod, a man wboso rcputation wns world-wido years bofore bc bad ovcr arrivcd at tbis forniula wbicb bas dono so mucb goodj a man wbo bas received tbo bigliest degrces from tbo best colleges, wbo was at tbc timo of bis discovery a profcssor at Dnrlmouth and n lcct- urcr in otbor univorsitics, a scbolar, a mcmbcr of a family wbicb bas mado its mark in ovcry dcpartinent ofpnblic lifo in Amciica. It is a remetty tbc forniula of -wbicb bas been furnisbcd to pbysicians in good standing always, and wbicb pbysi cians werc prescribing long bcforc tbo prescut manufacturcrs put it up for public distribution ; it was dis- covcrcd by Prof. Edward E. Pbclps, M. D., LL. D., and was first prc scribcd witb wondcrful success by tbat eminent group of practitioners wbo bavc mado American pbysicians known tbe world ovcr, and of wbom bc was tben as now, undonbtcdly tbo most famous. Tbo best tcst tliat cau be applied to Paino's celery compound is to uso it. Ifone is "run down," fccls witb- out cnergy, lifcless, uscless, fretlhl, tako tbis great remcdy, and noto tbo cbaiiKc. Constipation will no longer givc one a uisqmoting tliouglit ; ttio appotite will corac back ; sleopless- ness and beadacbes will bo tbings of tlio past. Tbis is tbo exporienco of men and womon in every part of tbc countvy. General good bealtb depends upon tbo porfect action of tbo nervous our rents, tbo viuor of tbo circulation and tbo qunlity of tbo blood. Tbo bistory of Paino's celery com pound bas bcon mado familiar to every intclligent bouscbold in tbc land. In tbe clearest and most di rect manner conscientious men and womcn liave told ot their rapid re- coverv from disease by tbe uso of tbis romedy. Paine's celory compound is unap proacbed by any otber remedy for restoring tbe nervous system wben brokcn down or iinpaired from ovcr' cxeition of mind or body. It Btrengtbcns tlio digestive pow ers, renews tbo blood and acts in tho vitalizing, curauve, tnorougli man ner tbat makes it tbe grandest belp to sulfcrinR men and womcn tbe world of medicine affords, Chelsea. Ilugh Curk has goue to South Fairleo to work. Allco M. Ilardy Is workiug at Davld Dii'keimau's, Allco L. Corwin has returned liomo after an abseuoe ot several wueka. Mrs. Eva M. Kingsbury bas jolned ber liuahautl luUamtirlilgc, Mass. llorbert U. Keunedy, now of Manchester, JN. 11., ls vnuiiig ma pareutB. 8ta'o Audltor O. M. Barbor was boro on Frlday on oflicial buslnesa. Prlnclpal W. II. Cummltigs of Meriden, N, U,, was at A. II. Powuts' over Buuday. ISoxt Monilay ovontng tuore will ue a Cbrlstlan Endoivor soclatjlo nt the Congre gailoiml vostry. County Examlner Prlcbaru will hold a teaolwn' oxumluatlou boro on tbe 7lh and 8 b of Anril. Thero ia to be a spelling match in tbe Congregationnl vestry ou Wodnosday even ing, at wblch refreshments wtll be surved A liorso lately bougbl by Adams & Lewis fell on tbe Htreet on Friday afternoon wbtle bslug drlvun by Mr. Adams, and died Iu a few miniltua. Walterlj, Carpouter haH routud tbo A. B Drew farm at North Tunbridge, and wtll inovo tuere at once. vvo snall bo very sorry 10 navn waiter loave town. Edwln E. Itoyce is to work for tbe Benson for F. E. La:kiu, Fred A. Graut for O. W. Goodwiu, Charlus D. Grant for W. A. Riod, Frank W. Buttou for Sarab E. SVilla, uim noruun u. xouugiu wiiiiauisiown Loroy Hlll has flnlshed work at tho oloc trlo light Htation, niid hla family has ru turuud to Bradford. Fred E Allen Is to tako hla placo, and Isnow receivlng luBtruc tlou from A. O. llowe. He will move to the house ownod by tbe company. Topsham. Georgu Merrltt baa bougbt the little bouaa near Joslah Page's aud expects to ropair and occupy It. Clarko Ilood la at home from the Mont pelier riemlnary for hls vacailou. His n 0111 mate, B, I, Greun is witb I1I111. Chauncey Ciirrlur bas just returned from o trlp to Worc.eBtfr, Mub. Ile Is apendlug a few days ut bome beforo returutug to Iiib work in Corluth. The Lullos Olrclti of tbo Reformed l'res byterian churcb huld 11 Bociublo at the home of Mrs. 8 E. Little Tuosday oveiiing, Mti'roli 14 About flfty were presont aud all hud a pluasuut ilme. Calais. Mrs. M. A Kont o( M mtnollor vleltod ln town lant wonk. Knstor will 1m olwnrvuil wltli nppropr'n'o aorvlcos nt tlio Ctirlatlun cliurcli. About olfihty couplo nttomlod tlio ilanco nt, Mtmiorlnl linll laat Krldny uvpuIdr. Tlio MnrHbUolil orcliostra furulttliod vury eatls fnotory iiinslo, Mr. Atiil Mrs. Ij. A. ICont of Hardwick, Mr. nnd Mhh 0, V. Kont, nnd Mr. und MtH. Jotopli Hullook of Northfield woro In town Frlday and Saturday, About flfty of tlio nelfrhbors and frlonds of Mr. and Mrs. Juni'ph Slnyton ftavo tliom Hiirprlno vilt laHt Woilnosony ovc.nlnc, It belng tlio fortleth annlvarsnry ot their mnrrlugo. ItefroHlimotitn woro Htirvod In terHpursud wltli miinlc and otlicr outoitaln tuont, A Gaud. We, tho unrioralin'iod do horo liy BRrtdi to rudtnd tlio monoy au a CO cont botllu of Gruunn'n Wnrrniittid Syrup of Tnr l( It fallh to curo your oourIi or cold. Wo hIho Ktiainntoo a 25 cotit boitlo to prOvo Bat lnfaetorv oruiouev rnfnnilod. G. Ij. I'ray, North Montpollnr. W. G.No, North Montpnllor. O. K. Dwlnoll, Eatt Ualais. W. Ii. Piercc, East Calais. Ilrooktlold. Homor Ladd of Harro npont last Sunday ln towu wlth friondH. TliomasIIayos' ituctlon was woll nttondod last S'Uurdny. Stoqk old woll, 'TlimiiftM IImvbh hns bouclit and Is HOOtl to luovo luto tho old parsouuRO on tho hlll. Mra. lCrnnk TrilCV liail tllll UilHfortUtlQ tO nllp and fall ou tho fioor last Frlday, spralu. ltiK lier wrist. Mr. RohhIIh Eilson Stono of Qroonsnoro bas hoen vUltlnu hor parnuts, Mr. and Mrs. Hmiry Kdsou, tho past wooK. MIhh Lllllan Hnok Is to toaoli tho villiiRe HChool tlio oumlng toriu. MIsh Mary Wlll- Iiuih will teauli ttio West streot scliojl. MUh Hiirrlii, N. Masou and Edward h. Wllld wro umrrlod ut tlio houio of tho brldo last woek Tuoaday ovonlng by Uov, H. H. Aborcromblo. Tlin Chrlstlati Eudoavor soclablo nt Irvln Abbott's last Thurnday evoulnj wus u voty pluasatit RntliBrlUR ol atiout slxfy. ICU' cruam and cake wuro sorvod. Kast Urooklleiil. Lvnu Farnnworth of Nashiia, N. II., is vlilt.lnir IiIh crnui fathor. G. T. Siuith. ut U M. EiiRllidi's. O. N. Ilnrrlnclou o( GaHvilln visltcd IiIh hou, Elwin, last wcok Ollvor uutton is nt uotnn irom uarre, (nrlnir for IiIh wlfo. who 1h toriously 111 wltli riiHiimniin ihvht. : wunor 1'HrKius nnu Elwlu ilurrinston hnvo reci'titiy bomi vlc- tlms of tlio urinau uioaslos, ; iiirs Emllv Beed visitod hor aon, Azro, iu Will iamstown last week. West Fairlee. Leua Goorge ls IU. Sidney Ward la at work at tbe mlue. Almon Johnson bas been nppolntod llquor agent. Mlss Marv OIioIIIb rotumed to hor bome in Meriden, N. II., last week. Nelllo Prescott ls Btopplng witb bor inoth er, Mrs. Hliumwny, tor a iew uays. Mrs. Helen Smlth, wbo haa been doing some UruBsmaKlug at uorintu, returneu bome last Fridny. A danco waa hold nt vlllage ball last Frl day evening, At 110011 on Saturday tbo wuoIh uulKUUR ln wmcu waa tne town uau, tlif, villntjo hall nnd the niasonlo I111U was in nsboB It Is not known how tbo UioBtarlod OUL lb IS tui)Juruil Liiab duuiu uuu uimn u llghted match among Bome dobtla under the stalrs, wuero tuo wooa was Kept. itie stalrcase waa the first to go aud laddera wero UBed to obtalu entrauce to tbe vlllago ball, wbicb waa on the Becond fioor. The BeatB woro savod, but the plano, the aceu uiv and all their furnlture was burned. Jiverv tmnc was saveu inaL waB ou xne lower fioor, but nothlng in the masonlc hall wblch was handsomely fittt-d up. The hulldini? was nlvoii to ttie town uy tne Hto Uon. Alvan lioan and the memorlal tablet bad beun Bet onlv a short timo uro. Every one seems to feel lt a personal Iosb. Rast Roxbury. Grace Moade waa a gueat nt F. O. Alleu's Fred Uutz has been qulte ill witb grlp. Harley Ward baa puichased a liorso of Orlaudo Thayer. J. O. Thayer Ib ln Montpoller at county court as jurjman. Frank Dibblo last week illlod A. J. Boyce'a ice house. A Bon was born to Georgo Prldo nnd wife in Randolph last week. Allco Webstor is tbougbt to bo gainlng, Bbe la betng treated by Cbrlstlan Science now. Loon R. Allen ls bomo for a short vaca- tlou from tbe UulverBity of Vermont, Bur- llug on. Misses Uertha and Fayo Wardner from Randolph spont a numbor of daya last week with tbhlr grandparonts, Mr. and Mrs.. Jacob Waruner. St. Jolinsbury. Thls communlty bas austained n great 1 .1... .l.,nl. ,.f Tun A tr TT....tl. D. D., pastor of tbe North Congreaaiioual ctiurcli. Uls iieatu was causeu ny parai ysls ot the bowela. Dr. lloatli was a man wiiose liiliuouce lor goou waa leit in many ways outNlde ot dlatinctlvely rellgloUH olrcles. Ile was called bore to Bucceed Rev. Dr. Ijamson, iioat pritBlilent of tho American Iioard. Ile was deeply Inter ested in all the educatloual work of the town, lmlng an iufluentlal membor of the board of trusteea of the St. Johusbury academy. Ile was ulso prosldent ot Tabor Academy of Marion, Mass. Hn hdd just beun elucted prosldent ot the trustees ot the new boapltal j iHt started here. Dr Heath waa a flne prracher, an emiuently practlcal man ln whatever ue unilertook to 110. und one vury popular wltti all classos. llls deatb will be gruatly felt by all, especlally by tbe churcb ovor whlcb he was pa.itor. 1110 luuera, servicea will ue uelu liere 01111 day at two o'olock ln tbe afternoon, Presl dent Buckbam ot Burlington ofllciatlng. Cabot. B. F. Chester was excuaed from sorvlug petlt Juror. E. S, Ford of South Barre, wlth hla son CharllH, vislted bis tatber, F. S. Ford, the urst oi tne week. The croaaiory assoclatton bas purohased a new uaucock tester to replace tne old one wmcu is uauiy worn. The dramatio ontertainment clven by the Good Templara ou ThurBilay and Friday evenlngs of last wuek, was largely attended und will net the lodge about flfty dollars, Among tboto from town who attended tho teachor'a examinatlon at Murahtleld Monday aud Tuosday wero Mlssos Burtha Oigood, Addle Stono, May Ormsbee, I.una Atklns aud Arcble Stono. West Fairlee Contor. Frank Robinsnn of Post Mllls Ib doing tbe pnlntlng in Wllliam li. Klmball'a new store tbis woek. Tbis town will feol greatly tbo loss of our new towu house wblch wns destroyod by fire last Snturday morning. All the grlp patlonts In tbis sectlnn aro bo far recovered as to be out, oxcept Dea. J. 1', Soitthworth nnd wlfo und Frank South wortb. A Hugar party was bold at Dea. O. M. Hubbard's Tuosday evening under tbe managemout ot the ChriBtlan Endeavor society. Georgo W, Klmball of Ilostou baa apent tbe last two Bundays witb hls mother ut tbe old liomeHtead aud witb frlends and relatlves heru, S. Q. Pierce and Qeorgo W. Cook bavo returned to tbelr liomfs havlng completed thoir lumber cutllng and ilruwlng job tor II. II Sniitbworth ut Post Mllls. Du. Hulib Couau Bvnur will glve lui meuiate rtdier to u ontld hiiiferlug with tho dreiidful croiip. Motliors keep thls roliublo ii.odiclne alwnys bandy and It will navo you muny uneusy bouru. It custs but 2S ceutB. Kalrloo. Jntnes Dnvls la vory sick nt St. Albans. Hia motlior lins roiio to earo for him. Mrs. F. W. I'icrco is stlll qnlto 111 Imt ns tlicro Is nonio Iniprovoniont It is hopod slio rony soon ontlroly recovcr. Mr. Clinpln from Groton lins movod lils fnm Sly into tho liouno furroerly ownod nnd occu pied by Hlram Iiniloy. Mr. nnd Mrs. A II. Klbboy of Nowport, N. II , with tlioir littlo dnughtor Klennor, hnvo recently visitod their sistor, Mrs. F. A. Mossor. Moro tlmn linlf our conimtinity linve suffer od during tlio lnst fow woelts moro or loss so vercly with tlio Rrip It is ubntiiiR nnd no cnso fios bocn fntnl so fnr. North Fayston. Mrs. Allnn IIowo romnlna qilto poorly. ; Mrs. Vornii Grlfllth bas Iipou ijhI'b hick for tho past fow weoks. . Mm, E U IiiRalta baa rotuttiod from VVlltlatnstown nlicrnHlio hns beon slnoo tho first part of tho wlntor. Uov. Mr. Glapp, n formtir DHHtor. tirosldi'd at tlio dosk nt thU placo ou Sniiday. Anuln Grlllln of Moro town Is spotmliw a wonk wltli hor pnronts. Mr. iinii wrs. i. w.jNolllol Moro. town NiiniitBiinilny wlth thoir slstors. Tommy E. Nnlll Ims blred out for tho sna sou nt John Hoinorviue g of wnltsllold. : Cnrlo Nnlson bas boncht Artbur HoTCo's placo and movod on to It, Arthur lioyce has bnught his grand nithor'H, Jiunos P, Boyce's faim, paylug S800 for the Hame, Worcester. Mlss Myrtlo Dtrllng of CaIuIh, prcncbod nttbe Methodist churcb, Fridny evenltig. : The Bchool board has orennlzcd with M. P. Whoolor as chalrmau. aud choosing Mlss JohbIo Putnam oiusido of tho board as clurk. Mtb. Curtls' littlo daURhter is vnrv Blck. ns also Ib Wlllev Cross. liurt Uitgar ls lahl ud wltli n Roro l,ami 1 imrn. Miss neu uamp 01 Randolph, Is vlsltlng in town. Rovlval Bervtces were begun Iu tho Metb odiBt c.hurch Frlday evunlng, March 17 Mivs Myrtlo Darling. pastnr of the Cbris tlan churcb iu Calais, proachod aml took c'uirue of tho meeting. Rev. II. E. Howard of Elmore la oxpected to preach TueHday and WVduesday evenlngs, March Jl aml Z2, TbutBilay Fvangollst Kev. I. T. Jobnson will arrivo nnd tako charge of tho eveuln aervlcos. Corlntli. Born, last week to Mr. and Mrs. Honry Mo a son. Rov. W. II. Trafton has boen appointed Buperintemient ot sctioois lor tius town. Lluua M. Edsou hns am at East Corinth the past. weuk tnking moro orders for room papor aud dellvuriug what bo bad provlous ly Bold. An auctlon of tho real estato and person al property bidonglng to tho estate of the late F. P. ICalon, wa4 held at hla Into icsl dence on March 1G. Kast Corinth. East Corinth creamery naid its natrons eightecu cents for Febiuary buttcr. Mrs. Abbie McArtliur. wbo lins becu cnuto ill for tho past lew weeks, 19 slowly unprovuig. F. T. Cutler hns recentlv moved to one of tbe tenements in tbe inill houso, owned by J. L. liurgoss. Tho concert to 1 nve been given Wednesdny oveniiig, Mnrcli ir, wns postponeu 0110 week on nccoiint of tbo severe storni. It will bo given Wednesdny evening, March 23. Rev. E. W. Ilntch closes liis nnttornte here March 23, nnd preacbed his farowell sernion last sunday. ile suirts for tlio West next week on n visiting trip nnd is oxpected to sup- ily tlie 1 resuytenan churcli 111 bclmyler, JSeD. Ie bas been urired to continue liis work here and may engnge lnter in tlio season. Strallord. Honry L. Bragg and family haveremoved to Cliolsoa. Will C. Hazelton of Tufta Colloire, Maas., waa at bome Saturday and Sumlsy. Dr. F. R. Jmiks, lato city pbyslcian of Pawtuckot, R. I., will remove to Strafford with his family iua few daja und practice modicine tieie. C. P. Melendy, not long Rincecomraltted to the Ilrattleboro Rutreat, ls recoverlug so rupidiy that it Is oxpocted bo soon will be ullowud to returu home. JamoH S. Morrill, son ot llon, J, 3, Mor rill, nnd Mlss Louise Swan, sisterof the late Stuiator'B wlfe, will not rottirn to Strafford untll some timo in May. Both are iu lm paired hoalth aud g 0 south to recuporate. Kust Calais. Sainnel Meader moved to Craftsbury last weuk whero be la to carry on tho poor farm. Fred Thoinas moved last week to the L"onnrd farm in Woodbury wblch bo bas purchased. Lewis StroiiR of South Woodbury bas blrod tlie Dutton farm for the comlng yetr aud will move as soon us tbo house can be tbnroughly renovated. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dwlnell received last weuk a box of nlco orangt b from Mrs. Jane llalo of RedlumlH, Cal. Mrs. Unlo bas a tine orange grovo of tho uiccst Ualifornia fruit. West Berlin. A siiRar Kncl'b'e will be held attbo Moth odist churcli on Tucsday evening, March 21. A Htuall feo of tcu cents tony expen nub will bu charged Any Burplus to go to the 8undayschool llbrary. Mrs. Amos Clnno is quite slck from a relupse of uiea hIoh. Frank Wooster is sick with the grip Waltor Keyus spunt last Satur day witb Averill Colby ln Waterbury, Mlss Ida Culley is roady to do dre8 makiug either ut lioiuo or our, Klclcor 31111s. Rev. J. L. Goodall wns mnking cnlls here last .Satunlay, Tbe thermonioter regis tered sevcn bdlow zero Tbursdny nnd Friday morning with snow nnd n higb wind, Sun day it was raining sliglitly. Monday morning eighteen nbove nnd tbe wind blowing n gale. 1 he samuei 1'lummer lnrm, 0110 01 tlie best fnrms in Groton, will bo sold nt nuction Thuredny, March 1i. A good elianco for some young' man. Cnrroll Ilicker hns been sick for the lnst week. Miss Lein Rick er is the gueat of lier grandfatlier. Salo of tho Railwar at St. Albans. St. Albans, Vt , Match 21. Promptly ul 10 o'clock in tbo prfBenco of a large crowd, Eleuzer L. Wuter nmo, spccial luatttcr, boM tbo Ccntrul Vortiiont aud nll Its braucbeB, leabea and otlicr roude, and all iquitiea of whatsnover uanio und nnturc, and alt property owned by saiil company, to Ezra II. IBukcr, Boston, cbairraan of tho bondtioldcr's committoo, in bobulf of tho purcliusing corumittcc, Iiimsclf, and Henry U. Day of Boetou, in thu intercat of tho bondliolderB, for tlio purpoao of carryini; out tho rofrcani zallnn Bchcmo of Sctit. 29, 1898, for $7 000,000 Thero wbb only 0110 bid. Notico wbb filiid by Owon D, Young, E-q.,Now York, couneol for tho La moille Valley cxtenslou boudholdore, in whlch tho Now York Ceutrnl joincd, llint partica purchaiin; wt-ro subjcct to the cluiiiis ol tne nrevii ub namod lutcr ests. Tho procecdltKB throuhout woro nurely torranl. Very fow wero presont from outeido of tho city. Washington, March 18 In ordor spcodily 10 brmK honio from Cuba tbo volunteor troopB muBtored out, tlio war (lenurtnieiit Uuh ciiartercn Uirco wartl lluo Btcatnurs to nipplotnunt tho roRU Inr tranBport scrvlcc, nnd also con traclud with tho riiuit lino to carry iroops ou its Ilavuua nnd Tampa stcumorB, H1GHEST PRIZE HONORS. CREAfl SEND FOR THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO, WESTERN OFFICES : Randolph & Canal Sts., CHICACO. IN TIIE FAlt EAST. Evcnts and Matlcrs nf Intcrcst In tho I'liilippines. MANILA, Mnrcb 18. The luaurgents north of tho city mado an advanco late yesierday on Gcn. McArlbur'a forces. Tho Third ariillery aud th Pcnn- sylvauin rcgiment ufter a thort Dybt repulsed tho enemy. Tlio AmericaiiB bad tbrco wounded iu tho tucounter. Washinoton, March 18. A cable gram from Dewey wbb received at tbc uavy departmuut thia morning, an uouncing tho arrivnl of tbe Oregou and the diBtilling ship, Iris. Dewey adds tbat tho famous battleehip is in good condition aud fit for any duty Bhe may be uBaigucd to. Manila. March 19. Somo of the rebels rueeutly expelled from Cavite aud tho emall towna near I'aBig com bincd forccs last uigbt and attacktu a cotnnanv of tuo wnBinntrion voiuu teera, a uctucneu post at xuguig, aoout a milo nnd a halt Bonthtiiat of Pasig. Gen. Wheaton immediattly reinforctd tho AmenconB witu two compauies cacb of tbo Washington and the Oregon regimcutB. Tbo post had htld tbe enemy in cueck, and the fire of the reiuiorcing compauies repuiseu ttiem, driviug them across to au island loitu ed in the esluary. xnuy were tnua in frout of the Twenty-secoud regulars. On discoverit e that they wero entrap- ped, tho rebels lought desperately, aul- ed materiully by the junglo aud tho durknesB, but they were completcly routed, witu beavy inss, after two hours iighting. Tho Americans lost two killed aud tvcjty wounded, among tho lutter waa Lieut. Frank Jones. General Wbeuton starled at duybrcak tbis morning wilb a largo force, and swcpt the wholo country along the luke toward General Ovenshine'a positiou. The lino thus cxteuiled over two mileB of country, rough and covered wilb tbick jungle, ndvanced oleven miles. At scarcoly nry timo did the Americans getwitbin 1,200 yards of the euetuy. Gen. Otis says tho American army und guuboats now comuiand the lake. Ho estitnutes that property of the iu surgonts valued at 8500,000 haa been destroy cd ; whilo quuntities ol rico und augar and four huudred tous of coal, wliicb is very valuuble here, have beeu cuptured. Many of tho prisoners rep resent inat thu Fdipiti" hoU-icis are weakruiug. Tho geuerous trfatmc- t ihat tbo Ameriean'8 Bdunijisier to .ho nativo prisor.ers und woundid set ihkio iulluenco thu iusurgont urmy po.-.ei-lully. San Fuancisco, Murch 18. Thir tcon Spanish pnesta from Manilu ur rived on steamer China from Hong Koug to day. They cscaped from tho lueurgents iu Sfcptomber. They suy forty-llvo ftllow pricsts aro captivea, and tbree wero killed by Tunljs. Aguinald) has now three huudrod friurs. llo offered recently to glve thom their liberty in return for four baltleBbips. BUS1NESS NOTICES. La GmrpB SnccBSBFOLLY Tiibatbd. "I hnvejustiecovered from the Becond nttack ofla grlppe thia year," Bays Mr. Jas. A. Jones, publlsber of tbo Leader, Mexla, Texus. "In the latter onse I used Cbam borlaln's Cough Remedy, nnd I think witb considernble buccoss, only being iu bed u littlo over two days agalnat tou duys for tho former nttBck. The second attack I ara Ba'lnlled would have beon equally as bad as tho UrBt but for the use of tbis remedy aH I bad to go to bed ln ubout bIx hours after be ing 'struck' wlth lt, wbiie in the first caso I was ublo to atteud to busineeB about two daye beforo gettlng 'down.' " For sale by 0. Illnkely, W. K. Terrill & Co. Duimk Giuin-0 nfter you bavo concluded tlint you ougbt not to drlnk coffee. It ls not a mediciuo but doctors order lt, because It ls beallbful, luvlgorutlug nnd aypollzliiR. It ls mado from puro gralns and hns that ricb seal brown colur und tastvs like tbe flnest gradoH ot cofTeo aud costs ubout J as mucb. Cblldren like It und thrlvo on It bo cuuso lt ls a genulne fond drlnk contalniiig nothlng but nourlBbment. Ask your gro oer for Qraln.O, tbo uow food dtlnk. 15 and 'JSconts. IIowto Phbvknt Pnbumonia, You nre perhnps awnro tlmt jinmimouln alwajHre Hiilts from u cold nr from nn uitick of in grlppe Diirilig tbo epideuuo of la grippn n few yeara ago wheu bo many oises rcsulted SEPARATORS THE DE LAVAL CltEAM SEPARATORS bavo roccived ncarly Two Tliousand Prizcs, I JMedals, Awards and Diplomas during tbo twonty years tboy bavo been bcforc tbo public. Fivc Hundrcd of tbcso awards liavc been Prizcs and Medals from Fairs and Exbibitions of markcd iniportancc. Tbo collcction is rcprescntativo of cvory World's Fair and Iiitcrnational Exposition during sucb pcriod, cvory stato and almost ovcry county of tbo United States, and every civilized country and provincc in tbo world. At tbo World's Fair, Cbicago, in tho Do Laval Grcam Soparators wero solcly solcctcd by tbo Olllciiil Cotnmitteo of Exports and Hxpcrimont SUition Rcprosontatives for uso in tlio Practical Working Dairy of tbc Grcat Fair, wbcro thoir work roccived tho bigbcst possiblo commcndation. And in tbo oxbibition Dopartmcnt tbey received cxceptional lionors in being awarded tbe only Jlcdal and Diploma rcgularly given to ccntrifugal crcam ing apparatus. In tho lator World's Expositions, at Antwcrp in 18!) I, and Brussols in 1897, tlio Do Laval machines wcll sustaincd their provious Fair and Exliibition rccord and furthcr dcmonstrated their ovcrwliolming international supcriority. Tlicy received tbc Grand Prizcs at cach of suob expositions. At tho Trans jMississippi Exposition, Omalia, last year, wbilc thero was 110 compo titivo soparator contcst, tho "Alplia" Do Laval machines received tbo only Gold Medal awarded oxclusivcly on creain soparators. llio only niiportant oxposition compctitivo oxlnbits of creain soparators during 1898 wero at Munieh, Bavaria ; Luxemburg, Gcrmany ; and Vienna, Austria. In cacli instance tbc bigbcst award wcnt to tho " Alpha" Dc Laval machines. A NEW 1899 DE LAVAL CATALOCUE NEW ENCLAND ACENTS: Moseley & Stoddard Mfg, Go. RUTLAND, VT. ln pueumonia, it wns ohservod tbat the a -tnck wns never followed by tlmt dlseasn wben Chamborlaln'a Congh Heuiedy was used. It counteracta auv tcndeticv of a cold or la grlppe to result, In that dangernus lUsooB". lt 18 the liest remedy ln the world for bad cqlds nnd la grlppe. Every bottle warmnted. For snle by O. Blakely, W. E. Terrill & Co. '"77" AS A I'llBVKNTIVB OF Ouir Iu a factory t-uiploylrigi.VHr one huudrod hands, the manngement obllged each emplo,en 10 lake "77" as n preveutive during the epl demlc, witb tbe result, that not u slugle one was abBent on nrconnt of tbe grip, wblle uinny eBtnblisbmeutB wore crippled by the aliBHnce of employees. If you will carry a vinl of "77" ln your pocket and ake fre queutly, jou will escapelhegrip. "8eonty seven" prevents pneumnnla and "breaks up" colds that. "hang on." At drnccists or sent prepald; 25 cts., 50 cts. and S1.00. Dr. Humphiey's Book tout free. Uuinnliroj's Medicine Company, corner Wiliiam & John Btreels, New York. Hold Youb Biieath Dont Codoh. Thero Is noihina mure irrituble to a cough thau coughlng. Constant cougbing ls like scratching u wound ; so long as it Is done the wound will liut l.eal. Whentempted to cough draw a loug bruath and hold it untll it warms and soothes every alr cell, nnd houio benerlt will Boon be received from tbis process. The nltrogeu which ls thiiB retiued acts on the mucous membraue, nllays tbe desire to 00111211 and clvos the ihroat and lutigB a clinnce to heal. At the same time tho uso of IJr. Iluniphreys' cpeci no ' 77' will uiil nuture in her t iTor'H to te- cunerate. At, ilrmriziBtB or sent. nostpald; priCH 25 aud 50 cetits: lurge pocket lUsk $1.00. Dr. Uumphreys' manual ut drugtilsts or sont free. lluu'plireys Alea. (;o., coruer Wllilnm anu joliu Btreets, INew York. TO RENT UNTIL PAID FOR. Wo offer for tlie month of Marcli, Fifty Second-IIaiid Orgnns, including tho Estey, Mnson i Ilamblin, Story & Clark, Wilcox White, Bridgeport, Wliitney & Ilolmes, nnd Sclioninger, tlint wo linve taken in excliange for Pinuos. Tliey bavo been thoroughly regu. lnted nnd cnses polisliod, nre ns good as new, nnd many of them nre of tlie latest styles. Wo wnrraut them for five years. Prices from S10 to S75. Terms, S2 per month. If you cnnnot .call nt our store, write for description nnd price list, nnd do it to day. Address, McKannon Bros. & Co., IS Chiirch St., Killington, Yt. The Largest Musio House iu the Stnte. 111-112 w Itegistered by tlie University of tbe Stnte of New York. AND Best in Everytbing. For Cntalogue addreu Caumel & IIoiT, Albany, N. Y. FREE! Car fare from jour hoino to Sl'ENOKIVS 11081 8C1IOOL, KlnKSton, N. Y. V atudenta last year. lloard aud rooui ln clubs, SJ.S0 per week. Establlshed l'i. lleaullfut New llulldhiK. llestln everjtlilng. Not a slnRle slenoRrapMc (fraduate.of a r schoal has falled to secure a paylnKposltlon. .B FARM FOR SALE. To settle estate, the farm aud personal property of the late Geo. II. Is'ewcoinb, locatedln EastWarren, Vt., wlttiln one-fourtli mile ut churcli, schtol and post offlce, ls offered for ssle at n bargaln. Tbe farm la level anrt all worked by a inachlne, will keep 2Jcowsandteiu. Applyto M.K. Giodipeed, EaU Warren, or W. K. llarney, Barre, Vt. GRIP TREATMENT. Grip can bo brokcn up in from ono to threo tln.VB by tho prompt uso of Downs' Klixir. It has dono it. It will tlo it. Try it beforo pnoumonin or coiiBiiniption sots in. Aftor grip, 13nxtcr's IMnndrnko Bittors nro nn turo'B romedy for expolling nll grip poisons from tbo blood, reguliUing tlio bowols, Btrongthing tlio nerves, nnd impnrting vigor to tlio Bystem. With tlieso long.tricd icincdics nt lmnd, tlio worso cnso of grip cnn bo conqucreil. All druggists gunrnnteo tliein to do ns rccoinim'iided, ornionoy lofiuidcd. s CENERAL OFFICES: 74 Cortlandt Street. NEW YORK. KSTATI2 Ol' KDWIN 0. Clt-, SSKTT Statk ok Vkhhont, Uistbiot or Washington, s. tn ProbHto Court. lmlil nt Mnnfnpllnr. In anrt 1mp tald Ulstrlct, n tlie Jl.t day or Marcli. A. I) ls: Wiliiam 1'. Dllllnyham, Kiecutor ot tlie lajtwlll and tettament or Kdwln 0. CroanHt, late o( Dux bur),In sald Dlatrlct, deceated, makra appllcatlon to naid Court f rlicn Re to deed cmtatn rtal eitato of sald deceased. tituated lc Uuxburr,in a,ta 1 la tricr, o witi Ihe farm nh re .Imiiu CroBiett 01 alil Duxbury now re'lae, tcRPtlier wlth a crrtaln amount of llve etock. 10 theald Janui CrOBRett or hli as.lKua, upon conipliance by him wlih a rertain contraci ln wrltlnK idatod .lun la', 167", wltli cer- tain moaiurailnua V emor, aftreoil to by ilie aald ext-cutor aiid aal ' J.nualCrnaaett, rcpreaentlnK tbat tlio aald deceaand was ln hla llfe timo u er con traci, beinir tlie coiitmct aforiisald.blndlnK ln iaw and equltjr to de, d a d real estate to the aald Janua uroaaeu or 111a asaif;na, upon compllaore lthaall cuiidltioi.s. and furt er rfprvseLtlnK that bj need lng ttiH ati)e mb aforesald, theaaaet ln tliehanda of aald executor wllt nrt b sn reduced as to prerent a crditor from recorerluK hia wlioie dcbt. v iieriupon. 11 ia oraerea uy aaia i;onrtinai aald appllcatlon be reforred to aaesalon tbereof, to be held at the Probate Offlce. in aald Montpelier, 011 the 8th dajr of April, A. 0. 18W. for hear inir and declslou thereoti; and, lt ls fo ther ordered. that all persons lnteresud 1 e uotlned hereof, br publlcatlon ot notlce of ad appllcatlon and order thereon three weeks sacc sslvely ln the Vermont Wtitchman Statt Jovrnal, a newapaper publlshed, at Montpelier, ln thls state, i.id whlch clrcuiates tn the neli hborhood of tlioae intereated, before satd time (f hearlnir. that they mayappear atsatdtlroo ar d place, and, if they see cause, oliject thereto, lly the '". Attest. 49-81 1IIHAM 'lAULETON, JndBt OOUMlbHIOMKBti' MOTIOK. K STATK OF NANCY IS. AINSWOIITH, Tlie nndera.Kiied, haTlne been aupolnteU by the Elouorable l'robate Coun tor tho Dintiict of wnh InKton comniUaloners to receive, exainlDe anrt td Jum all cUlma aiiddemandsofal) pernoDaKat stthe etttate of ancy H. Ainaworth, late of Calali, tn nald Ulstrlct. deceasea, aud all clalnt ex htblted lr otTaet thereto, hereby Rlve uotlre thht we wtll tneet for the purposea aforesald at tho store nt V. L. lMerce, ln the town ot Calais, ln sald nutrlct, on the 8th dar of April and 26tb, day of Auguit uext, from two o'clock, r, u. uuttl four o'clock, P. m.. each of satd days, and tbat Blxmonths from tbeZSth davof Kebmary, .K,U. 1S'9. ls the time Umltcd by sald Court for aal credltors tn present tbelr clalms to us for examlua tlon and allowance Pated at Calais, thls 16th day of March, A 0 m. WAURKX K. HL1S8 rnmmi-llnn fir. 49 51 WALTKR h. i.1KUUE.fCommlMloae" COMM18BIONKRR' NOTICE. 1CSTAT3C OF CIIAXDL12U W. FAUL Tbe iinderslKtied, having been Hpiiolnteti bj tfca Honorable l'robate Court for the Dlstrlctot Wasbtiiff ton, comnilsBloners to receive, examlne and adluit dll clalms and demauds of all persona at?atngi tle esutn of Chandler V. l'aul, late of Montpelier, In sald dlstrict, deceased; and all clamis fjhle tted ln otTset thereto, hereby glve notlce that we will raeet for the purposea aforesald at the ofllce ot T. J. Deavltt, ln tbe cl'y of Moutpeliirr, la sald Dlstrict, on the lOtb darof Aprll and S.stdaf otJuly next. from two o'clock P. w. ui t) four o'cIock r. M.. each of satd days, aud that alx months from the ist dav of February, A. D. 1SS9. U tlie timo Uinlted by sald Court for sald credltors to preAeut their clalms to us for examlnatlou arl allowance luted at Montpelier. t!il?lt darof Marcli, A.I). 4M1 OKO. I'. HUrMill, Jt-oms. COSIMIPBIONKKB' NOT10K. KSTATK OFIIANNAII O. aiKKltlLL. The tiuderaliied, haTini? been appointed br the Honorable rrobate Court for the Oiatrict ot Waah liiKton, comraisstoners to recelre, examlne, and ad Just all clalms and deuiandsof all persons aftainst the estate of IMtihah C. Merrlll, late ol Ber lin, tn aaid Dlstrict, deceasea. and al) clairxu exhlblted in offset thereto, hereby Rlvr notlce that we will meet tor ttin purposea atortaild, at the onlce of Johci rii.lta .V liail in the city of Mont pelltr. ln sald illsirict, on tbe 18th day of April and 3Cth da, nf Aueua uext, from I o'clock p. M., untll i o'clock r. M , each r f aald days, and tbat aix moittlia trom tiie 3d dar ot March, A. U, Ibtf. la the time Umlted b, satd Court for sald credl tors tn present iluir clalms tous for examinatlon and allowance, Uated at Montpelier, thls 21st dar ot Marcfc, AI,llEnT.10IlONN0Tr,lrn.nral.on.,. TllOMAS MAltVIN, Jtommlsalonei. 49-31 OOMMlaHIONKUB' KOTII . KSTATK OF SOPUIA A. U15NSJIO ItK. The underslgned, harlni; been appointed br ths Honorable rrouate Cruit, for the Otstrict of Waah. luKton, Comnitsslonera, to receive. examlne and ad just all clalms anrt demands of all persona asalnat tho eatate of Soi lila A. De amore. late of Middle sex ln aaid Dlstrict, dtreaaej, and all clalms ex hlblted ln oftset thereto, berebr Klv notlce tha' w will meet for the pnrpoaes aforesald.at the dwelllne house of addison Mlnott, iu the town of Middlesex in ealdlDlstrtct, on the IJlh dar of April, andr.'d dar of tieptember next, from one o'clock, r. M. uuttl four o'clock r. M. eacli of aald dars,and that stx months .from tl.e 3d day ol Maich, A. V. 1-99. ts the time Umlted by aald Court for said credltors to rresei.t tlielr clalms to us for txamtnatlou andal lowance. Dated at Mlddleiex, thls Uth day ot March, A. I). I 99. (LKltOY A. K1.INT, ) rmnmu.i.. 43-St UEO. S. llHltHlCK,fCoInml,,lone"' VILLAGE FARM FOR SALE. Nmr Hmu'f .nl, Vt. Cioto to &l rts, (idst-t lllco nnd cre:inury. HO nc es, Sugar Orchanl, plotity of womi, r unniiic watcr nt lumsu und baru, to. nl bulla ings, houso heuti'd hy fnnihCi'. Price low. Apply to C. F. Smith, Mny 10 Wtnt Topsham, Vt. MEN AND WOMEN WANTED. Thk Standakd Hibtohv of tiik Amkui-CAN-JSl'ANisn Wah. Tlie Oflicinl Itecord by tlie Wnr Leaders. Mni. Qeui. MILES, SIIAF TER. ME1UUTT, Cnpt. "HOIl" EVANS. beoretnrv LONO, Socretnry OAGE, NELSON DINGLEY.Sunntor DANIKL, Oen. WOOD, Oeii GAltOIA. Gen. l'ALMA, HGN. JUS 'm MeCAimiY, M P., Gon. O. 0. HOW AU1), nnd oilier noteil writora linve written a liistory of tlio wnr. Ench uutlior writea n chnpter es(ccinlly for tlrs book. No other like it ever written Finely illiistrntfil. Wou ilorful Beller. Kxclusive tcrritory, Libernl tenus. Aililress 011AS. C. HASKELLit SON', Norwioli, Ot.