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& STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBEK 6 1899 5 ORANGE COUNTY AGENCXES Or THE UNION MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO Bradford, Steatns & Jones; Brookfield, C H. Bige lowj Chelsea, C, S. Eniery; Corinth, 0. C. Ilnstings, Fairleo, G. L. AVinship; Nowbmy, N. B. Teukabmy; Randolph, J. B. Eldrodge; Strafford, D. C. Hyde; Thetford, J. E. Wntormnn; Topsham, Dr. II. L. Wnt sonj Tunbridge, W. W. Swnn; Vershire, F. 1). Kicli nrdsou; Washington, Q. E. Huntington; West Fuiilecj II. M, Sllller; Williamstown. N. Ii. Fainliaiu. Premlum Notcs, DRESS QOODS. The New Fall Dress Materials aro arriving and soon a complcto linc of correct dress fabrios will 1)0 lierc to greet you. New Fall SllitS lll'e nteo putting in tlicir sippcaranee and New York's supremc position as a londor in tailor mado gowns was nevcr moro fully ostablishcd than in the new miits tliat havo come into our depailment. CALL AND SEE THEFVJ. HOMER FITTS, Barre, Vt, Are you troubled with Coms ClUfl Buil'iOHS; ard can't find a shoe that is comfortablc? If so, i iyglL.ES' GRANITE BLOCK, BARRE, VERIVIONT. " Every Fair Warranted." GET THE BOY READY. School will begin in u fow days. Wo aro going to give yon a bargain in Boy's and Children's School Suits and at a timo when you can nppreciato it. Wc havo sclected about onc hundred Suits from onr Eoy's and Children's Departmcnt, sizes from four to sixtcen years, most of them all wool, well tnade, strong servico" able suits. The prico has been from S2 to 86 a suit. We will eell them at 25 per cent discount from these prices. Every Snit marked in plain figures. If you want a genuine bargain now is your chance. Frank McWhorter, ONE PRICE CLOTHIER. Cranite Block, Barre Vt. SPEEDWELL FARMS COMPANY will soll at their fanns at Lyndon Conter, Vermont, on Septcmber 27th, at 10 o'clock, thirty eight head of THOROUGHBRED FRENCH GOACH HORSES, boing all tho thoroughbred stock of thia breed at Speedwoll Farms, with tho excoption of threo teams of drivers reserved (or carriago purposcs. This will bo a raro opportunity to got a rare stallion or innro at your own prico, Cataloguos furninhed on applioation to SPEEDWELL FARMS, Lyndon Conter, Vt. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Dloests what you eat." 1 J si,337,uio.c where to find the best FOOTWEAR that money can buy ? v A GREAT OFFER. A color picturo of ADMIRAL DEWEY. 10x20 inches. The ioiular soiig. "WE ALL LOVE DEWEY, YES, WE DO," by P. A.Gifford. witli illiuiiiimted titlo pago !Jxl2J inches, That Chnrniinir l),.fh.,.i ,.c 3. Fashions, THE MODISTE, for one year, ALL TI1REK FOU 2.-, CENTS. POSTPAID. rHE MODISTE PUB ISHING CO,, f Wmt lHtli St., N. V. t'lty. PARKER'S UAtn r a t m n n Clfanin ml bcautliiei the hilr. ffl)o,niUll)ct Druygl.u DO YOU f KNOW?i immsM Williamstown. Tho granllo bualncsfl contlnuea to bo brlsk boro. Norman O. Davls, tboiiRb somowbat botter in hoaltb, ta qutto an lnvalld. Mlsaeg Annlo and Salda McICoo catno baok from tbo Whlto Mountalns last wook. Ilownrd, boii of Ilonry Ornm, now of Provldonco, H. I., hai beon vlsittng boro of lato. Charlos Olmrchlll o( Barro lma tbo Job of bulhlltiK Elfiln J, Galo'fl now hotol ln tbo gtilf. Dnvld Gale, son of tbo latn Ellsba I). Galii, 1b to ontor Dartmoutb Collogo thlfi montb, Llslo, son of Molvlllo E. Uurnham, la at bomo froui work for bla unclo ln Woat Enosburcb. Mrs. Ella Bonodlct Orlflln and daugbtor of nurlington bavo beon vlsitltiK tho old liomu boro of lato. Our baml gavo a prouionado concert at tbo town ball laat Baturday ovonttig. Ice croam was furnlabed. Mra. J, Edward Alnawortb, nowof Molluo, Illtgooatbla week to Glaroiuont, N. II., for a few wnoks' vlslt botoro roturnlng Weat. Mlaa Kiotna L. Alnawortb and hor nlstor, Mra. J. E. AltiHwortb, were gnoata of Mra. Ilolen 1'erry Ilallard of rsurlington, laHt woek. If over atncoro gratltudo roao oat ot tbo bimrlH of our cltlzena it was on Kriday altor noon aa a coploua raln bogan to fall wblch contlnued uutll tbo oarly bours of Baturday uiorulng. Jerry Uutcblnaon, tbo owner of tbo old Jobn Lyndo farni, 1b putting up a liorso barn and otberwiBO addiug to bla (urm biilldiuga. IIo neuuiB ono ot tbo rnoat entur prlalng farmerB of tbo place. Gllnton Uratn la tbo leader ot our band in tbo abaouco of Alf Houao. II tella ub that tbo only poaltivo engageuient of the baml at prcBent, ia in conucctlon with tbo Wash ington fair, tbo lnBt of thia montb. Gcorgo W. Lyndo 1b kooplng BBVonty-tlva cowrt. Hathor than dltnluixh the number, lie would llke it if he bad a hundrod of tbem. IIo aoparatos bis creaui at home uslng a watur rnotor but takea it to our oroamory for oburning. It waa on tho flrat day of his tlrnt school that a bright little boy lu our village went home at noon and tbrow down his bat Hay lng, "he gueaaod bo ahoiild not havo to go to Bcbool only in the atturnoon, for bo bad got it uiOHt all learned." IIow would our farmera Uko to baul tho very best klnd of bard, lour-foot wood a distance of novnn to nlnu iiiilcs and getouly 82 a cord for it? And yot one of onr cltl zena who has latoly roturued from a two yearn' atay in the West, aay that was what bo bougbt wood for, white away. Dr. Jamea II. i ailey and wlfe ot Tlcon doroga, N. Y., are visiting Mra. Bailoy's uiotbor, Mrs. Orcutt Abbott. Tbo doctor )ias not beeu boro beforo in many yeara. His great luvalldlsm in lato years is sotne wbat relieved at present. Mra. Iialley ia a great sufferor at tiines from astbma. Nows bas como from the far West of tbo death of Thurlcw Martin, oldest son of tbo lato Uussell Martin. IIo went West from this place between thirty and forty years ago and was for a timo in nortbern Illinois. Ile atterward went to Idabo wbore be lived for quito a long timo and camo to be a jndge there. The Orange county veterans met boro lant week Tuesday for a two days' meetiug. lustead of a p.rovo meeting as plannod tbey oecupled J. it. Lyndo's ball. On Tuesday evouing they held a camptire at tho town ball and tho audlence room was packed. Addrosses woro mado by IIou. Frank Plum ley of Northfield, Judgo Iltigh Ilenry of Concord, N. II., and G. M. Flagg of Brain tree. A little the creatost piece of luck we havo board of latoly, ono of our frienda is per.sonally knuwing to, and it ia he that tella us ot It. A Irlenu ot tila apotteil a lialt section, 320 acros, of plno lands that could be bad for 82000. Not having tbe monoy biniaelf juat then to put into it, ho went to a Irlenu wno uut liavo lt, and lnuuceu lilm to go into partnerahip wltb btm in tbe purchaBe. Later, iron was dlscovered on tbe tract, and a wealtby firm purcbased lt, paylng 8700,000 forit. Said ono of our eateeuied townaman, while here on a visit, of late, "don't dimin ish tbo number of local itema of newal " We can assure tho Btay-at-homes, who may bo incllned to grumblo at timea because there are not fower of these local items in our papera that be waa not aloue in bla expressod wish. And wby sbould not those wbo are written about in aucb itema, bo glad that those wbo havo gone out from them, contiuue to retain such an Interest in tbo old bomo frienda and their aiTalra? And bow else, in these busy daya, is the acquaintanco to be kopt up, only tbrougb thia itemizing? In addltion to tbo losa of bla dwolllng house by tlro, last week Tuesday, Fremont C. Little loat a carriago liouso, a woodsbod and granary buildlng. When the flro was dlscovered about tbe cbimney his bired man thinks he could bavo pnt it out, if be only bad bad aoine one to briug bim water. Not mucb waa aavod from tho tlre. An or gau, bowever, was removod from the build lng. Tbo only clothing loft tho famlly waa what was being worn at tbe timo. The Grangoladies at once went to work to mako up garments for them. Contributions were inade by otbers to belp supply Immodiate vanta. Mra. I. O. Little, wbo lived wltb ber son, was at Queen Olty Park, in Bur lington, at the timo of the tlre. Mr. Little will occupy a portlon of the house whore Nathan Hall llves, a little distance south of bis farin. The Farmors Summer Meeting beld here last woek TueBday by tbe State board ot agriculture proved interesting and drew out a goodly number of people. Prof . J. L. nills of tho State Agricultural College, Hon. T. B. Terry of Ohlo, J. K. Curtls ol tbe State of Georgia and Hon. M. S. Btone, State superlntendent ot edncation, were present to address tbe meeting. Tho themes of discusslon had reforence to the life and work of the farmer, both out doors and in and many excellont thinga were Baid. The only thing to mar tbe meeting was the burnlng of Fremont O. Llttle's bouae, dur Ing the mornlng sesslon. Mr. Little is a promlnent granger and was on tbe program as a speakor. 111b subject was to havo been "What should bo tbe farmer'a chiof aiin in life." Wnrron. Elwood Govo and wlfe woro in Lincoln laat Thursday. O. E. Martin Is worklng In Waterbury for Vernon Barber, Charlos Hewlet ot Rochester called ln town laat Frlday. Ernest Dodco of Lincoln was in town on bustness laat Frlday. Ilenry Lamorder and wlfe aro visiting In Salsbury and Ripton. P, Parkor, O. M. Jonoa and W. E. Dana were in Montpelier laat Thursday. W. E. Sargent of tbo Lovell Arnis Com pany, Boston, ia at home for a fow days' visit. Our iron brldgo doea not come. It is a number of days behlnd tbo coutract. When It will come no ono knows. Raln haa come at laat but too lato to aave tho corn crop. Many of tho farmors were fllllng their slloa laat woek. Tho Warron base ball club mot tbolr flrst dofeat at Rochester Baturday by a acoro of 23 to 10. The gamo was dull and unlntor estlng throughout, The (leld was poor tho grasa belng tall and wot tbus makiug Rood tiall playing imposslblo. Eaoh toam havo won a gamo and tho third gamo will bo played in tbo uear futuro. Bodoin. Horbert Woeks and famlly havo moved to Worccator. c Mrs. Walter Jaooba Is away visiting her people. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Itatobelder of Lowell, Mbbs,, havo durlng the paat woek been guesta ot Lovl Hatchelder. AUred MoUormid gons thia week to Golorado for his hoaltb, accompanied by bla father. Wnslilngton. F. II. Bonedlct of Williamstown was ln town a part of last week llarry Munn of Florlda vlsltod at P. O. Huntington')! last weok, Mra. Mabel Ross of n.vdo Park, Mass., Is visiting at C. E. Stanloy'a. W G. Slmpson waa away from tbo cream ory on a vacatlon last week. Mr. and Mrs. D, E. Wortbloy vlslted at Randolph a portlon of tast weok, Mr, and Mrs. A. U. Pepper aro visiting in MuBsachU8ott8 for a sbort timo. Mlss Edltb Hanson of Vorsblro ia visit ing her slater Mubol for a fow daya. Work on Mrs. Rboda Uralu'a bouso Is progroaslng rapldly undor tho Jlrectlon of Frank Ordway. A. W. and F. A. Hutchlnton and E. H. Downlng aro at Falrleo lako oroctlng a Biimmor oottage. O. E. Emnry and wlfe bavo returnod from Randolph where tboy bave beon visltliig for the past threo woeka. Tho physlclan roporta that tbo coudltlon of Mra. Sarab Downlng Is improving and aho will soon bo out of dangor. Mra F. A. Warner, Mlas Vlola JefTordfl, Bcasle and Aitbur JeiTerda are at Hall's pond, Newbury, for a week's Btay. Jobn Eraery and famlly who havo been Visiting bis brotber, D. S. Emery, havo re turnod to their bomo ln WorcoBtor, Mass. Thero aro to bo sorvlces threo Sundaya ln a month at tbo Unlvorsallst chnrcb bore after inatead of two as has beeu tbo ouatom for several yoara. Rev. Jobn Burgln nd wlfeof Enosburgh Falls are visiting at Ohoator Dickoy's. Mr. Burgin occupied tbo pulpit at tbo Baptist, church last Sunday. Posters and premlum Usts are out for tbe ilfth annual fair of tho Washington Agri cultural Assoclation wblch will be held Septomber 26, 27, 28. Tho vlllago schools began last Monday wltb Mlss Loulse Tatt of Randolph as teachnr In tho grammar department and Mrs. D. E, Worthley ln the prlmary. Mlsaoa Ollvo Calef, Annlo Fllnt, Boulah Palne, Grace and Iloleu Stanloy, and Meeara. C. 0. Carpanter and II. W. Down lng are atteudlug school at Goddard 8am inary. Ot courao lt Is proper for the school dl roctors to be interosted iu the schools but a certain lady lu thia town tbtnkB lt is about time for ber huaband to rosign if being a little late to rlde out with a toacher makea lilm forget to go to tbe creamery. Charlea R. Taggart of Topaham gave an intereatlng entortaiument at tbo school house last Wedneaday evoniug undor tbo auspicoa of the Ladiea Ald socioty. Tho en tertalnment conslste.d of readlngs, imper sonationa, aongs, etc, after wbich cako and lco cream wero served. Whlle D, R. Hougbton was passing a two-horeo team on tho bridgo near tho saw mlll ono day last week his liorso in somo manner became frigbteiied and came near plunging over the sido of tbe brldgo into tbo rlvor. It was soon under coutrol and tho only damago dono waa two wbeols du molished. Kast Roxbury. Mrs. J. T. Edson Ib 111. Dr. Leon Allen of Randolph, was lu town Saturday. Margaret Doylo from Northfield, ia toacb lng at tbo Run. School began bore Angust 28, Mlas Azro Boyce, teachor. A. J. Ladd ls imnrovlng from his accl dent of last week. Rev. George Brown of Havorblll, N. H., preacbod here Sunday. Mrs. L. A. Eastman vlslted last week at George Klug's in Northfield. Ghet Bakerls taklng pictures nowadays, with a nowly purcbased camera. Mlss Cecilo Buck returned Saturday from a visit in Montpelier, Ryegate and St. Johnsbury. Mr. and Mra. F. O. Allon went laat Frl day to speud a few daya wltb relativoa in Wallingford. Elder and MrH. Orza Boyce aro at Marsh field attendlng tbe tent meeting wblch atlll contiuuea there. Mr. and Mra. Gharlio Blake Edwarda bave gouo from A. J. Boyco'a to Veuo Guorge's to board. Miss Wiulfroil Foaa bogina acbool in Northfield, and Miss Cecile Buckin iu Randolph, Monday. Nows bas been received boro ot the mar riage of William Hackott from Sioux Falls, to a lady from tbat place. 0. W. and Misa L. J. Webster, with friends from Barre, speut a ploaaant day at Mlrror Lake, last Wednesday. Mr. aud Mra. Frank 0. Allen took a car riago trip to Wallingford, laat week, whore they are gueBta of bla brotber, Corydon Alien and wife. Wlnifred Fosa was ln South Randolph, last week, to attend tbe wedding of Mlaa Gertrude Camp and Rev. Frank Dean, from Red Glond, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Deau are to realde In Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Jiin Tlazoltou, Mrs. Sumner Kimball and dangbter ot Northfield, Mr. and Mrs. Kimball of Missourl, Mrs. Caso and daugbter of Somerville, Maaa,, and Mr, and Mrs. Ray Uazelton of Springfield, Maaa., vlslted at J. T. Edson's, Frlday. Wost Topsham. Roy Smith from Warren, N. H., vlsltod at home over Sunday. Almon Pearsons and wlfe of Barre are visiting Mra. 0. J. Bowers. The villago school commenced Monday with Mr. McHugb ot Middlebury as teach or, Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Poole vlslted at Herbort Sanborn's ln North Ryegate a part of last week. Rev. and Mra. Jobn Burgls of Sutton were guesta of Mrs. S. C. Paino last Thurs day and Frlday. Mrs. O. S. Sanborn and daugbtor Mil dred wore in Barre one day last week, tho latter to bavo her oyes treated by Dr. Han son. Miss Mamle White Ib teachlng ln Brad ford ln the graded school, and Mlss Ar vllla White tn Walts River ln tbe Hodge dlstrlct. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0, Herrlng and Mlss Ma bel Tburston wbo bave been visiting at C. C. Thurstou's, returnod tho flrst of tbe week to their bomo in Somervillo, Mass. Knst Orange. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Colby spent last Frl day in Barre. Prof. G. H. Rlcbardson of Hauover, apeut last week here. Mrs. Levi Grant ls 111 and under treat rnent by Dr. Wataon. Will Hutcblnson left Monday for Brad ford, to attend school. J, L Tillotson of East Warren, ls visiting bis daughter, Mrs. 0. M. Colby. Miss M. A, Merrlll and Mrs. E. E. Colby spout part ot last week ln Barro. Mrs. Henry Martin and son of Williams town, woro guesta at Mrs. E 0. Colby'a on Sunday. Prof. F. 0. nutobinaon, loft for Attle boro, MaBs., last woek Monday, wboro ho isto toacb. Mlss Jonnlo Tillotaon of Eaat Warren, who haa been visiting ber aiator, Mrs. O. M. Colby, for a fow woeks, went to Morrls. ville, last Frlday, MiipIoIIIU. Jamoa MoKnigbt is ln poor bealth. Josepb Cola wbo ls qulto low Is fallliig. Bell Lano went to Woodbury last week to attend school. Lewis Dlx moved from Plainfield Into tbe Oassiua Mattin hi;i laat week. Tbo tont meeting closed Sunday evoniug. It was conducted by Elder Josepb Reed of Stowe. Ryegate. Town grand 1 uror Ilolmea waa ln St. Johnsbury lastTuosday on buBlneaH. Sheop aro roported as belng kllled by dogs ln tho Gilman and Mooro paitnres of lato. MIhs Orpha MoLam Boon leavos town for Boston, whoro Bho will speml two weeks or moro wltb rolatlves Wllson Bnattlo lmd an auotlon sale of his store gopdB at tho Town ball, last Saturday aftoruoon and evening. G. G. Nelson roturnod from tho boacb last Tiosday, wboro bo haa been apendlug tbe past two weoka wltb hia famlly. Tbo Roformod Presbyterlan cougrcga tlon will havo proachlng aervk'ea tn the Unltod Prosbytorlan church, at present. J. D, McAlllstor of South Ryegate was ln town last Tuesday on bualneas for tho Ver mont Mutual Flro Insuranco Company. Mrs. Frank Rlckor of Brooklyn and hor frlend Mrs- Batoa of Boatou, worogueals of N. II. Rlckor and famlly a put of last weok. Followlng aro tho teaohora wbo began tbo fall terui of school Monday moruing: At. No. 1, Jc bsIo Varnnm, MNs Gullds; No. 2, Marget RenfrowjNo,3, Margurot. J Park; No. C, Mabol Hallj No. 0, Lenla Carnentnrj No. 8, Jano Cralgie, Jeauuie Ilall; No. 10, not Biippllod, but probably will be next Monday. South Duxbury. Mra. E. Luce of Stowe ls visiting ber brother's famlly, Duane Bruce. - Har vey Bruco will attend Montpelier Semlnary this fall. Mrs. M. Davls of Middlesex la tbo puest of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner. Fred Somervlllo of Lawrenceville, N. J,, and bis brother Harold of Water bury vlsltod tbolr uncln, 8. Soinorvllle, laat week. Mra. W. Babcock of Water bury wae wltb bnr father, E. Johnson, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hart of Waterbury Center are visiting their bou Frank, and daughter, Mrs. Ed. Mlner. Mr. anu Mrs. DLarles corllss uau a daughter born to tbem Angust 20. : D. Stockwell and famlly of Waterville were lu town laBt week. Mra. Stockwell, accom panied by Mrs. Ed. Altkins, called on Mra, 8, Somervillo Monday. F. Hart haa two of his aister'a cblldren from Wolcott with lilm whlle the slster is ln Burlington being treated for cancer. H. Nelson of Cabot ia vialting bis slster, Mra. L. Kel logg. 3 Mlss A. U'BriHii commenced her school in district No. 3 on Monday. Mra. llerbert ward and little daugh ter vlslted her paronta, Mr. and Mrs. George Frueiuan, in Danville tho past weok. Northfield. J. II. Talbot ia In Philadelpbla on buai- ueos. Crosa Brotbera aro putting in a new boom to their derrick. Company F haa now their fnll number of recruita. They bave received tbe new rlflea aud drill twico a week. Thero was a bearlng Saturday at Frank Plumloy's ofllce in connection wltb tho eB tato of the late S. J. Williama' eatate. Lleutenant H. B. Dolo, socond lieutenant elect ot Company F, went to Burlington Monday evoniug to tako his exainiuations. Charlea Plumley, principal of tho graded school, was ln Boston last week, returning Thursday. School opened Tuesday morn lng. Homer J. Dano, late boapltal steward in tbo First Vermont regiment has boen ten dered the poaltionof boapltal steward in tbe United Statea Volunteer aervlce. Mr. Dano will probably not accopt tbe posltlon. Kait Calais. Rev. E. H. Goldtbwaite of Felchville bold services here last Sunday mornlng. Sylvla Bllss went to Montpelier on Mon day to Bpend several weeka wltb hor auut, Mrs. Aaron Bancroft. Thu vlllago Hcliool began Monday wltb Bertba Osgood of Cabot teacber, and Mary Dwinoll in tho prlmary grade. Mra. W. L. Plerce gave a very pleasant whiat party last Frlday evening in honor of hor slster, Mrs. C. C, Bennott, of Plerre, S, D. A plcked nlne from bore played atatnst tho South Woodbury baso ball team at tbo latter placo laat .Saturday, resultiug in fa vor of our boys by threo scores. Middlesex. Mtss Rlal began acbool across tho river on Monday. F. D. Grandy was Blck a few daya the past week. E 0. Harvey's little boy was slck a few days this week. Qulte a numbor from thia placo went on tho excuridon to Willsboro Point Wednes day. George Stembergh ls soon to movo from Steele's upper tenement to the Newhall Brothers' tonenioLt. Calais. A pretty but very qulet woddlng took place last Friday evening when Nora Doll -Mower was marrled to Oscar CharleB Gal lagber of Braintree, Maaa., at the bomo of the brlde. Rev. J. Edward Wright ofliclat ed. Tbo room was taatily decorated and the coremony was followed by a dainty col latlon of lce cream aud cako. Mr. and Mra. Gallagber left tho next mornlng for a sbort trip. JIEHENIEI) OLD MAN Cuitses Uuenslness to llou.soboldcrs on State and Italdwln Strcets. A man over elgbty yeara of ago givlng tbe name of Orrin Hall, haa caused soine alarm amoug the lady resldents on lower State atreet and vlclnlty by demanding, late ln the ovening, admlttance to their homes, Upon lt belng denled bim, he has been stumping up and down on their piazzas wltb bis canes or Blttlng upon the steps wltb the alr of one wbo bad como to Btay. In answer toa telephone summons, Of ficor Brown went lato Saturday to the home of Hon. CharleB Dewey wbere he found Hall seated on the Btepa, He was taken Into custody by the ofilcer and turned over to Overaeer of tho Poor George Wheel er. Hall la wltbout doubt daft upon the Bubject of religion but is harmless. He told the ofilcers that bis home was in North Ferrisburg, tbat ho was a member ln good standlng, and had been for years, of tbe Congregatlonal church tbero, tbat be was also a good Hinger and had left Ferrisburg because bo bad not been allowed to slng in tbe church cholr. Ho clalmed he was on bis way to Barro to securo work and as serted that bo was ablo to handle an axe with any youth of twenty years. When askod wby hewas prowling around tbo bouses be had vlslted he utated he was seeklng lodglng for tbo nlght. Wbon asked lt he did not know tbat tbo ladlts of the bouses would bo frigbtened by bla actlous ho aald they ought not to bave beeu for be told tbem ln eaoh caso wbat bo waa thero for and who bo waa, and tbey ought to bavo kuown bo waa telllug tho trutb. Ho waa cared for ovor Sunday and sent on hia way to Barro, but Monday evening Ofllcor Demerrltt was aumtnouod to tho bomo of S. L. nowe on Baldwln stroet and found Hall on tho plazza. The ofilcer put tho old man to bed at the pollce station, wbore he remalned all nlght, lenving for Barre this mornlng, Tbo authorltles ol North Ferrisburg and the friends of tbo wandorer tbero aro to bo notlfied of bis wboreabouts and dolugs ln ordor that bo may bo carod for. limutrit Siuinirr i llntiuiui ( WORCESTER. MASS. JCstablirshod 184S COLORED DRESS GOODS. ALWAYS LEADING in New Things. We are pleased to cl rcnicle the incoming of several varifcties of the coming season's Most Correct Dress Fabrics. Beautiful varieties of the new designs in Golf Cape Cloths. Some have both sides plaid (different colors). Some plain one side and plaid the other. Several of the new "Plaid Black Suiting" in all colors, including black and white, 54-inch, SI.25 A YARD.' The NEW CAMEL HAIR SU1TINGS in all Grays from light to cark, Garnets, Navys, Browns, Heliotropes, etc. We invite you to inspect these as desirable and correct, and as goods which wiil all be very scarce later on. SAMPLES FORWARDED. BARNARD, SUMNER & PUTNAM Chelsea. Irvin F. Akorman is slck with typbold fever. Fannio M. Stearns is teachlng in Wil liamstown. Mrs. Jane 0. Johnson ot Waaeca, Mlnn., is at B. H. Adams. Mary E. Earlo of Tunbridge has been vis iting at M. 0. Coburn's. C. J. Preston of Pawtucket, R. L, haB beon staying at tbe hotel. J. B. Bacon is buildlng an oxtenBlve pl azza in front of bis bouso. Misa Turnor of Betblehom, N. II., ia visit ing at Rev. A. J. Eastmau'B. Thero will be a promonado concert at the town ball on Friday evening. Josepb II. Giflln bas returned home from bis summbr'a work ln Randolph. Abutments aro belng laid for tbe new iron bridgo near tbe court bouae. Mra. Maria B. Medcalf is worklng for a sbort thue at Dr. M. H. Corwln's. A son was born on Monday of .ast week to Mr. aud Mra. Ernest A. Corwin, Flora M. Corwin returned on Monday to ber work aa teacher lu New Bedford, Maaa. Mra. Jed 0. Luce aud son of Lowell, Mass., havo been vialting at Alpbeus Hood's' James G. Hayward is vialting his parenta from Tiltou, N. II,, coming here on his b cyclo. G. S. Adams bas left home, and bis son David is here from Hanover, N. II., for a Bhort timo. Addie F. Allen of Montclair, N. J., daugh ter of tho lato Albert Allen, la visiting at C. E. Godfroy's. Mrs. Carrlo Balcom and daughter of Wakefield, MasB., bavo been visiting Mrs. Emellne Waterson. George E. Hatch is taking a two weeks' vacfttion from tho creamery, W. A. Dens more supplylng his place. Dr. H. W. Bacon and famlly of Eden are visiting Dr. Bacou'a father, E, W. Bacon, of South Washington, Minnle J. Carpeuter la to remain with ber brother in St. Jobusbury aud attend the St. Johnsbury Acadomy. Mrs. Bernice S. Stovena was marrled at St. Johnsbury on Tuesday of last week to Eugene F, Ladeau of Corinth, 0. M. Blaisdell bas bougbt of W. H. Hlll a McCormick corn harvester, and ia using lt extenslvely through tho town. Gllbert B. Kent loat a ioint of the middle flnger ot hia left band whlle worklng with G. L. Hayward's threshing macblne last week. The unprecedented drougbt waa broken by two and a half inches of raln on Frlday afternoon and nlght, whereat every ono re Jolces. H. O.J Blxby has beon spending a few days ln Hooksott, N. H., and B. W. Flan dera haa been worklng in his store during bis absonco. Iu prepiratlon for tho evaugellstic meet ing uuder the direction of Iiev, Ralpb Gll lam, to beglu tbo 17th inst,, tbe two church. ea unlto ln tbolr week-day prayer meetlnga aa woll as ln the ineetlngs on Sunday oven ing. Shorlff Whitney'a boarders bave been ln creased byaFrench Canadlan accused of steallng a blcycle in Bradford. He bad the opportunity to recelve Beven addltional f;uesta from Woodstock during the repair ng of tho Windsor county j all, but was obliged to decllne from lack ot accommoda tlons. Groton, 0. D. Welcb returned to Boston Satur day. Ernest Clark returnod to Montpelier Monday. Mrs. Alox Cocbran was in Montpelier last weok, Dr. Sbattuck of Wells River waB ln town laat week, George Webber haa couipleted tbe stono work for J, R. Darllng, William Ronfrow of St. Johnsbury ls vis iting at 0. 0. Renfrew's. J. Shannou has boen sufferlug with a bad cold for tbo past fow dayB. Mrs. Frank Thayor of Dorcboster, Masa., ls visiting relatlvea ln town, Tho little cblld of S. 0. Carpenter la re covorlng from Its receut lllnoss. Mrs. ilourv Blsbop of Ltttlotou was tbo guest ot II. P. Downa last wook. C. F. Jonea aud W. N. Clark are putting up the frame of I. M, Rlcker's buildlng. F, 0. Oram and wlfe aro supplylng tbo townapeoplo wltb blackborrlos. tboy baviug plcked and sold nearly fltteen busbols. Incorporjxted 1892 C0 - - WORCESTER, MASS. Peacham. Hirain Alken is reported as dangerously 111 with pneuuionla. John 0. Gracy oxpects to move to bla town house tbls week, L. E. Darllng ls visiting his old home stead and acquaintances in town. G. A. Kenerson leaves thia week for New York inteuding to bo absent the coming wintor. C. A. Choate and wife go to Minneapolis, Mlnn., to visit their son David and wifo thia week, Robort Cralg and famlly of Wheelock aro visiting his mother and famlly of brother and aistera. Mra. E. E. Melendy and two sons of Nashua, N. H., spent the past week with C. C. Willlams. Prof. 0. H. Cambridge and wlfe are ex pected to arrive Monday, school commenc iug Tuesday. C. C. Willlams and C. H. Bagga of St. Johnsbury captured a fine atring ot brook trout last Monday. A good many from town attended tbo South Ryegate fair last Wednesday and Thursday aud report a good time. Mrs. C. A. Bunker is boardlng at Jobn Atwell's. Mr. Bunker goea to Castleton to teach a ahort time, until tbe principal of that institutlon recovers from bis present sickneas, Walter Brown and Josepb. FaBcal have returned from the northern part of tbe state whenco they went iu pursult of gin aeng root. They report its scarcity there full as mucb as here. Kast Warren. Schools commenced this week. Nahum Nichols remalna about tbo same. Mra. Fred Long haa returned from the west. Mr. and Mra. Archle Lovett from Calais, are visiting in town. The Ladiea' Mlte socioty will ineot Thurs day afternoon with Mrs. George Colby. All are invited. MAKE IT 1'UBLIC. Publiciiy t'ottnts. That's What tho People Want. Montpelier Ex Itrcsslou ou tho Subject. Make it publlc. Tell the people about lt. Gratitude promotea publiclty. Grateful oltizens talk. They tell tbeir nelgbbors, tell their frienda. The news is too good to keep. Everybody sbould know about tbe little conqneror. "Bad Backa" are untnerous. So few understand the cause. Many Moutpolier people are learning, And better sttll, they're being cnred. Laine backs are lame no more. Weak ones rogain their strengtb. This ls tho every day labor in Montpelier, 01 Doan's Kidney Pills. Onr citlzena are making it publlc. Mr. Henry J. Snow, of 177 Elm St., saysf "My back commenced to trouble me wltb a pain across my kidneys. It came on me and stayed two or tbree days and then went away, but eacb attack was worso and laated longer. .This kept up uutll the wluter of W when I mado np my mlnd to do something, and I got Doan's Kidney Pills at Lester H, Greens's Drug store, as I had beard tbem blghly recommended. I began ualng them as dlrected and when I had usod nbouttwo thlrda of tho box the paln left me. I bavo only had one or two sllght attacka slnco, whon I resorted to Doan's Kidney Pills and was agaln quickly cured. Doan's Kidney Pills aro a good modiclne to keop In the house and I lntend to alwaya bave tbem on band. You may refer to me at any time for tboy cured me and I thtnk tbey will otbers." Doan's Kldnoy Pills for sulo by all deal era, prico 60 centa a box, Malled on recelpt of prico by Foator-Mllburu Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole ageuta for tbo U. S. Itoiuember tbe namo Doan'o and tako no other.