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VERMONT WATCHMAN & 8TATE JOURNAJL, WEDNESDAY, SELJT. 18, 1901 Williamstown. Ilarvoy li, Clieney expeots to raove lnto thn old Dooior l'orry house, now ownod by Goorpu VV. Ntchols, Ollver Stonn la to break up honsekooplng and wlll sell off hla household goudj at auo tlon next Friday altornoon. Mrs. Myrtlo Kathan Donatdson now ot Windsor was in town over Samlay and bor tn llttlo glrls wer wltli lior. Blm was on lirr way to Burlington to boII hor bousohold RMids. Ueorge Martin, on the old II. DwIrIH Ab Ijott place, has solil 8omo flftoon bUBhols ot pnrpln pltims llils Benson. 1 U Hnlil tlmt. E qlu J, QiUo ls ujovlnc ont ftpm the Qulf IIouno. Use ttutterlck pattoms for bost rpsnlts. Tbo October riutiihnr of Mm Dallneator uow ln at Ilomer Fi iV, IS.urc. Murstillola, Jolin Hassett of Rnrro waa tbo gticat ot Abol Bcckloy nml fnmily over Hiindny. Ilowmd Tnmier I1113 lcnscd C. D Smitb's iarra nnd stock thereon for 0110 yoar. A E Jamcson has cngngcd ai second man ' 111 tbo creamery, cotuiuencing bis dutios 011 Saturday. Mrs William Fatrick of Saco, Me., is vislt ing ber brotber, F. 11. Brown. Mlss ( lara Yaw of Nortbfield is visiting at Iliram Gravcs. Mrs. Alvira Fitkin of Cabot has been visit ing ln towu tbo past week. Mr and Mrs. P. S Prinr of Barre were guoits at A. T. Davis' 011 Siindny. Alphn D. Lyndea with hi? faniily aro visit ing ln Washington and nttending tbo fair at that placo this week. Several of our young peopls altonded tbo Oerman vedicine ''onipany' cntsiHiiiruent nt l'lainlield od Saturday evening Tbo German Medicino Corapany's prizo lnuip to tbo moat popular 1 dv in town waa nwarded to Misi Fanny I. Pall, aa waa alao tbo prizo for tlio bandaomost lady in tbo liall Sat urday evening, detorraiued by a ballot of tbo CenUomen preaent. Mrs. Lneindia Nortlnop baa purchased tbe liomo farm of Mr. and Mu E. 13 Wbeeler. Tbis ia a far sighted inveatmunt for tbo family in many waya, not tlie least of these being a source of ineomo frora wbat tbo placo will sup-port- S. Swordfeger nnd E C Merrill aro altciid ing tbe fair ot Ottawa tbis week. "Geno" leavea word that they sent for him to como nnd lact ns special guard for tbo Duko nnd Dnchess of York wbo nre to visit tlie city of Ottawa thia week. J. War Carver camo bomo from Barre lnst Friday night. ill witb tbe prevnilinK disteni pcr Fathsr's prescription3 reatored bealtb so tbat he retnrned Mouilay nftemoon. C. L. Wilson rotnrnpd on Wednesday to hia home in Boston IIo ia bookkeepcr and cash ier jn tbe Hotel Touraiuo, the moat aristc cratio bo-itlery in Boston On nccount of low vyater Moars & Pitkin wer" obliged to run tbeir engino two days of last week Onr cattle are beconiing as popular aB our horscs A lot of six bandsomo steeis, na fat wester 1 beef, were laat week sold by J. M. Mears to D D. Lamb of Calais wbo makea regular trips to tbis place witb meat for sale Union memorial servicea for President Mo Kinley will be beld in tbe Congregntional ckurch next Sunday oveniog, Sept mber 22, at 7:30 o'clock. None need a second invitation to attnd tbis service Tbe funeral of Josenb Wilaon was beld from liia late home Tuesday afternoon of lnst week Alr Wilson was tbo son of Jesso Wilson and Sopbronia Iloytand waa born in Cabot Marcb li, 1840 IJo enlisted in tlie civil war in Cora paDy II, Tliirttenth Kegiment. Vermont Vol unteers. Upon bis rettnn from tbe war bo married Sarah Jane Oagood of Cabot and set tled in Maiahfleld wbero be bas since lived Ho ia Burviveil by a widow add two sons, Clarance L. of Boston, and Jesao S. of Cabot. About twenty fiienda of Asa Sponecr Rath ored at bia baarding placo at P. 0 Uemis' on Salurday evening to g'nebim a surpriae visit and alao to reniind him that bia wclfare and lipened yeaia bad not escaped tbeir meraory nnd eapecially the dato of bia biitb, tbo nine tieth anniveraaiy of wbich tbe day corrinemor ated Uncle Asa aa he ia faruiliarly known, carries these ninety yeara better than many a man tbeir sixty or seventy. Tbat conliiiued bealtb and comfoit may be voucliEifcd to him ln coming yeaia, nnd tbat witb M'jrorheniav trr'et the year wbicb marke 11 centetiarian's liTe is tbo wish of hia many fiienda, t ut a fow of whom were able to gi-eet him Saturday A purse of about S10 waa niadoupbv tbo eom pany and left with him aa a reiuindor of tbe occasion. Mis. Frank Fiab of Cbeyenoo, Wy., a f or mer reaident, ia viaiting in town. J Edward Bailey of Montpelior,was iu town on Monday. Ilepaira are being: madouponthe buildinga Jieir the st'ttion wbich are owned by tbe rail road company and until recently were oceupied by Ilonry hlnko. Mr. and Mia. Q. F. Bli;a aro viaiting at St. Johralmry thia wcak anl attending the fair. Moat gratlfylne reBnlts aro bolrjR obtalnod from tbo uaf of Siuitu's Colobrated Curo for Rhenmatlsm. See advertlaomont In tbld issue. Plainfield. Returna from tbe laboratory at Burlington of the samploa of water tiken at tbo A. O. Tuylor plaoe have been received. Vcll and sniing water were condemned butthatrun ning to tbe bam waa called better. Tbe water iu tlie well waa very cold and ngreeablo to drink and Mr. Tnylor felt yery loth to fill tbo rame but bas done so. Tbo examlnation came about by reaaon of so many peisona going from tbere ill of tvpboid fover elovon casea, at leaat, dtiring the past few years, the last being Artliur Cu'ler and Mr. Pbilippa wbo aro now ill Dr Smitb returned from tbo Pan-Ameriean Monday Ilev John Elliott will spoak nt tbo Congre gational cburch next Suudny and a prcachor from Island Pond at the Methodist cbureb, A. M BHtchcldor is buiUling a now flamoi consequentlyitbe mill is idle,nowork being dono Earl Sherburne of St. Jobnabury camo to town on Monday. Quite a number from bere attend the fair at St. Jobnabury tbia week. i Rev. J. J, Lewis will preaent a new steroop ticon entertainmcnt at the Mothodiat cburch nextTburaday eveuing Mr. Conant will give a locturo on Tuesday ovoning aa usual at the Congregatioual veatry. A union patriotio service waa beld in tbo Methodist cburch on Sonday inbonorofo r Jamented President Speaket3 for the occa sion were Hev. F T. 01 rk, Uev. Mr t'onant, Dr. Laelle, Orlando Martin, Kev. J N Per rin, Kev. li F Fortnoy, Hichard Fortnoy nnd J. V Butteifield, wbo tpoke in tlie order mnitioned Tbe servlces opened with prayor, fol owed by singing furnlsliod by a union cboir They. sang several selectious during tbo servicea in nn noccptablo manner. Even'ng Bervicoa at tbo tcnt have boen fairly well uttended nnd boiuo intereat bas beon a oused Tliey will bo coutinued durin.c; tbo iveek Bnptiam will be adniiniatered noxt Sunday Miis Piobe M. Qoodr'ch waa at home from Goddard heminary on Suuday. Tbero aro tinies wben the freomen of Plain field Bt'ind divided but wben the deatb of l'resident Melvinley waa a'moiuiced Saturd ly inorning nll worked in uniaon and nB soon aa poesible ilags drnpod in deepeat moiiruing wero jloatiug ver tbo niain streota nnd also from the postoflico, school house, nnd many bnai n ss places and dwclliugs. Mrs. W- E Baitlett bas boen (uito 111 for n fow days, but is now niucb better. Tbo palrona of tbo oreamery rocelvcd for August butter lOfcents per pouud oburn test, or 'i2 centa, oil test Mrs. John Mansfield ia ill. Iler dauirlitor Maggie of White Itiver Jtmction is caring for lier Tbe travoltng pbotogropbora left town on Jmuay. Uort Townsend and Gcorgo Loavitt, witb tbeir families, Miss Jcasio Sanborn and Will Adnmaof llarro, wcnt to Woodbury pond on Friday mornlng, roturning Monday. Mlss ISossio Uutterfield of North Montpo lior was tbo gucst of Miss Julia Perrhi ovor Sunday. Mrs D. n. Smitli and Mrs. L. F. Fortnoy visitod M rs. Smitb's sistor in Orango last Wed nesday. Mrs. Jennio Seaver was nt Montpelier on Siimlny. Tbo Misses Dodgo, toacbors in tho villago scbool, passed Sunday at Montpelier. Itov. J. Newton Perrln nnd A. N Greoly pasaod Tbursday nt William ParkB in Marsh field, Vershire, Tbo pulplt nt tbe Uoi)(trectlonal cbnrob n aB couplcd ou Snndny by llov. J. 1J. Hlclin ilon, bo ipiixo tipou tbo doatb of ProBldent MclClntey, Kivluu a srand dts coireo. But few wero proaont ovrlng to tbo rnin. Sobools in town aro nll ln aeBsion. Mlss Wntormati toaobes at tbo vIIIhko, MIbs Ijocko nt Vershire Uotitor, Mlsa Monlton at Vorsblro Hnlehr, MUn Sargent ln thn Flits distrlct nnd Mlsa Darling at Copporfiold, MIsn E.liol Flt.B 1b attendlnx soliool at Bradford acadjemy. J A. Doilge und family of Walta Hlvor vleltoil at L. L. Roblnson's last week. Mr. Klmball haa movod lnto tho liouso formerly occtipled by Mr. Wetberbee. Mlss Mattle Glongh has returned to Bos tnn Prof O. L, Fnllof and fnmily to Cluviilrtiiil, Olilo. E der Juckson and wlfo rocently vlslted ln town. Ue prodcbed bere tbo llrst Buu dtiy in Septomber. Artbnr Colton and wlfo of Thetford, Georfio Dearliorn of Newport, Alleu Dnar born and wlfo of Corinth, Wlll WIIhou and wfn and many o'hnrs woro ln towu to at toml tbo funeral ol Mrs. UUuchard Tho aiiRel of deatb haBagalu ontored our commiiuuv anu tuiton irom ub a uear irionu nnd noi ;bbor, MrB. Suhhu G'le, wlfu of Hufus Blanobard, dled Tuesday mornlng, Septomber 10. Tbo funeral wan from bur lnto iioiuo ou Tuursuay, Kev. j. 1). ltlcuam son preacblne an excellont sernion. Iler chlldren were all preaent and many othera were bere from ont of town, Beautlful IIowerB were In profnslo.., BhowlnR tbe lovo 01 many irionu?. ane waa a woman emin eutly loved und oateemed, and many bearta aro aadueneu by nor ueatn. Most approprl ato sei-mod tbe worda of tbe bymn wblob waa Bunts atber fnneral: "Ailoep ln Jesni, bleised ileep, From wbich none over walcci to weepl" Kast Urookllold. Fred Simmona Is at work for Jobn II. Sprague. Mrs. Emi'y Reed went to Williamstown to spentl a tow wceka witn ner eods, a. A. anu P G Ileed A son wai recently born to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. JJ. Uorso. Capt. Samuel Paine of Xenia, 111., ia visit- mg this nia cuuuticau home, Ue uaa taken bunrd at W. F. Medcalf's, Tho lawn nartv at J M. Ancrflll's lnsfc Fri day nigbt waa largely attended. 'Ibe Wil- liaraatowu Cornet band added mucli to tbo pleaanre of the occasion. P. Buxton of Pittsford, tiavollini; saleaman tor tlie rrranite lirm ot Drow. IJaniola l o. ot Waterbury wai iu town laat week. Mr. Bux ton was iormerlyi a lirookueld boy and a a bustlerin bis businesa. Judce Bigelow and F. II, Wilcor, two of our leading tarmeis, liave eacu built a silo tbia seaaon, wbicb ia substantialovidence that the silo is an nbsolute necesaitv to tho nroaoor- oua and progresaive farmer Oliver Dutton also Iiai a silo 111 construction. Cholgoa. Mary Ann (Gatea). widow of A. Piorco Blaisdell. died 011 Saturday morninir from ntir- alysis reaulting from heart disease, at Iloraco Moxloy's. Sbe was soveuty years and two inonths old. Sbe leavea a boii, Charlca At. Blaiadell, and waa a siater of Mar3ball 0. Gntes and Mrs. Iloraco Moxloy, liev Mr. Allen ofliciatcd at tho funeral seivices ou M onday. Rov. A. J. Eaatman and J. K. Darliinr ren- resent?d the Conttregational churcb nt an ordi nation council at East Corinth 011 Wcducaddy of laat week. J. B Bacon and A. II. Powei3 and tbeir familica returned from Saratoja laat wc?k, apparently unbariued by tho st ong waterj of that fanious rcsoit. Mia, G. L. Stow viaited her son in Bethel. last week. Mrs. C. L. Ilinea of Ilardwiek ia visitinc her siater, Mra. C. S. Scalea. E. A. Corwin and wifo went laat week to visit an uncle in Norwich Conu,, Mr Cornin will make bis fall purchass of good3 in Bojton before tbeir return Lerov Goodall ia makinir extensive rcnairs on bis buildiusa. Mrs. E. J. Pnrmalpe of Enoabmtr Falls. siater of Mrs. E. E. Densmoro, gavo n lecturo on "Our Favoiite Hymes" at tbe Methodist churcb, laat week Tueaday ovenins. Einnia L Dailinir returned home laat week for an indefinite stay. Ilira L, Bixby ia navin? a sboit visit to bis brotber in Plattsburg, N Y. Mrs. EU011 M. Scalea ia viaiti'j'r in Clare- mont, N. II., and.Windsor, A son waa born on Turodav of last week to Mr atul Mra. I.rslie C Smitb, Tbo cburch bells were tollcd Saturday mornin.? on receint ot tlie news of tbe 1'reai dent's deatb. Tlie llags on tbo two commons were raiaed at na t-maat. nnd tlie llntr bv II. W Dearborn's sbop was suitably bordered witb blaok. Tbe sad ovent received suitablo niention iu tbe bundav Eervicei of tbo churchca. Fred II. Folsom haa olcied work for Whit. noy & Lewis in tlieir livery stublo, and Elmor E. Wallaco takes bia placo. Alvah J. Little remove-i tbia week to Woit Fairlee, b'a stage businca makins a cbango of rcaidenco more dealrable. Mis Eraatua Buirbee haa nioved iito tho Tarbell block. Stons are beioir taken toward n "rural frn delivory" routo to cover tbe wostern part of tho to 11, the route beinr; mapped out by II, L. Uixby. Newest ilresa rooiIs and ailks for tbe fall and wlnter saaaon at Homor Fltta'. Roxbury, Mlss Janette Wlley of Wasblneton, spent last week witb Leo Wlloy. Mlsa Oerty Ulob, who haa bean worklnu for Mr. Wlloy for boiuo iliuo, will lieep bouse for blm for the preaent. Mra. Jnlla Durkee vlsltod In Northfield last week, MIbb Lara Webator Is vlsUlng ln Mont pelier. Som twonty of tbo mnmbars of Warren IoiIko vlslted the Good Tetuplara bero lu it Tuesday ovonlun and furnlsbed an lnter estlng llterary proRram. ItefreBbmentB wero Bervvd nnd Kames played uuttl a lato bour, Tlioao of onr cltlzenH wbo wero In tbe rallrond Rmrsbup last Wednenday are uurs uin iiioir Hpralns aud bruifloa and donbtless ouugrutulullnK tbemxHlvoH tbat they aro not tnore serluun, Kd York waa tbe moHt. Her loaHly liurt of imy, oxcept Mr. Bell, wbo la at Montpelier hospltal, and I10 will prob ubly be diaablod for sotnu tlme, Hia lioad atul Bboulders wore badly brulaed, und bo bas umcli Horeneaa aud lameuesB, prevent Iiir blm from movlug inucb aa yot. He la reported to ba dolng well. Onr IlbrnrUn, Mra. Cirpeutor, reporta tbat tbo library iHuotHO Ubnrally patrou ized aa lt oiiKbt to be, If peoplo uudorstond tliat it Is a free Instltinlun, open to all, aud that a new oollectkm of bookH Iiab urrlvou wltbln a few wobka. Tlteno bookH uro woll aelected aud everyono abould oall aud get tuom, Ltdlesnow fall tallored aalta uow Iu at Uomer Fltta', Barre Yt. Cabot. Memorial setvloes wlll bo beld at botb ohnrobos nezt Suuday, Every eountry- lovltia eitlzen wuo ruourna onr sau iobb anu torrlblo oalamlty abould attond theso sor vlcos. MrB, Ij. B, Lvford and Mrs. Lvdla Marab bavo botb snffored a partlal atroke of par alyala. Botb wlll probably be about agaln lf now compllcationB do not aet In. Iferbort Nelaou haa purcbasedtbo farm, stock and toolaof Wlll Nelson, bia brotbor, otborwiBo known aa tbe Jobn Walbrldge farm. W. E. Nolson wlll rotorn to Fays ton. Tbo oroamery pald i'B patroua 18J centa for Anguat butter or 21i oenta for fat. Ooat ofmaklng, 2110 centa per pounjj 18,700 pounds ot butter waa madu from 300,000 pounda of mllk and creatn; saln por cent, 14; hleboat test, 0.800; loweat teat, 2.80j av orago test, 4 GO. Mr. Oarpentor, tbo new second man la well llkod and Is a good worker. Mra. 8. J. Morso wan oallod to Barnot laat wook by tbo lllnoes of ber son, Mr. and Mra. N. D. Liford start for Bnf falo on Wodnoaday and wlll Btoy ln north ern New York for about a montb, Qnlto a good many wlll attend tbe fair at St. JobnBbury tblB week. New powb, carpet, etc having been pnt lnto tbo Methodist cburch, rededicatory xerclHOB wlll bo beld next Friday aa fol lowa: Organ prolude, O. E Alken; antbern, cholr; blatory of tbe cburob, Mra. U, J. Linnco; report 01 committee, u. m. AiKen; report of treaaurer, G, M, Webster nnd L. O. Lince; dedlcatlon, Kev. J. O. Sherburne; aormon, Hev. J. A. Dlxon. Tbe abovo to commeuco at 10:00 A, 11 Evening: organ hoIo, O E. Alken; iniialc, ohotr; lecture, "IIow to Got Tbere," Itev. A. J. Hongh. AdmtsBlon ot twenty-flve centa o lecture, funda to naalst In llquidattng tbe debt, 011 carpet. Th9 cburch Is ln a proBporous con dltlon and all invoke tbe bleBslnga of God on thia rodfdicatlon. Largo numbers of potatoes aro now balng Bblpped, tbo crop being mucb better In tbta aoctlou tban waa oxpected somo weeks ngo. Morso Brothers ar carrlng at Walden depot. IIo ye flromenl Wo wonder wbat has becotne of tbat organlzation effected aome tlme Blnce? Wben are tbose drllla comlng oQ? Knst Ornnso, Mr. and Mra. Hlram TbnrBton are visit ing ln town. Gilman Hutclitnson bad qulte a aevero attaok of noae blendlng ono Uay laat week. Dr. Wlllard was called. Mra. James Boyd, wbo has boen spend Ing the p at few weeks in Matne returned laat Monday. Mr. and MrB. George and danghter Boa trlce vlslted at Orange laat Friday and Sat urday. Mr. Cutler, wbo haa boarded with hla nleco nt West Topsham for several montha hna come to llvo with Gwge Sllcer'a fam ily. Rev. and Mra. Boyd started last Wednes day for Sontb Tnnbrldge to attend tbe Baptlat yearly meeting, slopplng at Barre to attend tbe Baptlst conventlon there. Mrs, Boyd fell injurlng ber knee quite bidly ao sbo waa unable to go father. The youngeat daughter cf Olarence Hutchlnson 1b qulte aick. Orange. Jameb Uock, wbo haa been worklug for G. E. Nelsun. bas gone to MaaaachuBettB to work In an Insane aaylum, Mra William Niyes aud danghter aro guesta of Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Crockett. Mra. Myra Davla 1b vlsltlng iu Berlin. Abont thirty five neigbborB of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Cook called on thein Mon iiay evening, Beptember 9, to remlnd thera that tboy had been married forty years. It waa a genulue aurprlse, Tbe evening waa apent ln an eujoyable way. Soveral Inatru mental BBlectionB wero rendered and re fresbmonta of cako aud coffee wero aerved. Beforo breaklna np M, B. Gurtis lu behalf of tboae proaent banded Mr. and Mra. Cook a purae of inoney. Topsham. Tbe funeral of Mis. FuMer took placo on Saturday from her Eon's roiidenco, whero sho had jnade her liome for thirty-flve yeais. Rev. J. A Moi lelland preached a shoit but imprcs sivo sormon Many of her old neishbora and fiienda were prcsent, amoug tbem Mia James Cnldwoll, uow nearlv ninety yearj of ngo. Tho bell tolled hero on Saturday ru6rnin?. nnnouncing tbe deatb of our belovcd President. Tho flag was diaplayed at half mast Judgo MoLam'B liouso wap draped in moutning. The villago school commenced on Monday, Septomber D, witb Misa Wasgio Wbitebill as teacher. Corinth. W. II. Alken haa fmisbed work at the crram ery and Mr Ellia ia there for a montb on tiial. Mr3. Salome Soulo of South Strafford haa been tbe gueat of MrJ Goorge Ilubor. Scbool at the academy commenced iSeptem 9 witb Misa Gertrudo Ilill tn teacher. Mr. aud Mrs. Simpson and daughter of Manchester, N. II., have b on visiting Mra. Simpson's motber, Mt-J. Cnlby, nnd othew Ibe llag nppeared Saturday niornins at balf mast at tbo poit-oflice. Albert Flanders has begun improvins tbo outaido of Ira bouse. Jo3enb Eaatman's dauch er from Ilanover, N- li , ia visiting bere. Mrs Ruth Haatinis. n formor re'ident, ia viaiting bere. A deer nnd two voun'r onea were seon bealde tbe road below the Center Saturday nioming byS. M. Elsou. Kheuuiatio Biifferers abould roid A, G. Smitb's udvortlaemeut on page llvo In tbia Ibbuo. West Fairlee Earl Wilson of Corinth viaited b'a Bister, MiB.Sidney Ward, last weok, Mlsa Nettio Shumway roturned from Watar ville, N. H , laat Wednesday. Misa Graio Gilman haa rotuined to Mount Ilolyoko to remainnnother year. Misa Laura Gilman baa gono to Sl rnfford for a few days. A. R. Romick and wife of Kebo, Washing ton, have beeu visiting Mts Ilelen Smith, bis siater. They will leave for Muifalo and the West Soptember 18. Mrs. John Copk ia improviig in bealtb. Mrs G. 0. Coburn waa in Bradford 0110 day last week. Mrj Mahel Brown is at work for Mrs. 0, W. Ulisa. Mrs. Soulo of Strafford called in town lait weok Misa Caroline Whitney waa in town last weok. Sho ia staying in Copperfleld at proaent. Kast ltoxbury. Mr. aud Mra. J. 0 Wheatley retnrnod to their bomo lu East Brookfield, thu Urat of the week. Mra. Ilelen Abbott of Brookfield whh lu town on TburBday on ber way to vlslt lu Cornwall. Mr. Mary Goulil, Mra. Jobn Legler and Mlsa llaltle Lfgler of Gouldavlllo, vlslted Mra. John Buzzell on Friday. Fraucla Pearson of North Berwlck, Mo, who haa been vlsltlng hero, tt-irtoil for hlsi bomo ou Mouduy. Mr, and Mra. J P. MuOluro roturnod to Boston ou Friday. Mrs Kate Tnokerman of Montpelier, was toe gues) of Mra. D. L. lluuk lust Thura day. Sodoni. A baby boyoamojto Alonzi Ilolt'a on Sunday. It la the aon of Mr, ilolt'a father and was born ou Saturday lu Middlesex, Tbo deatb of the mother ooourred Suuday mornlug and Mr. Ilolt kltidly took tbo lit tle ono nuiuo, linue a loug riuo lur n uuy o lufant. George Edwarda ls boardlug at Tbeodoro Wood's. Wells Klver. Mlsa Adlno Galo has gono to Saxton'a Rlvor to attond sahool, Miss Cnrr is bonrding at Mr. Farroll. Miss Ambler with Mra. 8. l'cacb and Misa Fosa at Iialo'g Tnvorn. Mrs. George Dimick was in Groton last weok. Mrs. Slack ia in Boston but will return bomo before going tbero for the wintor. W H. Ooodwin spent Saturday and Sunday in Lishon, N U. Mrs. Arthur Oewing of Liabon was ln town last week visiting birparcnts, Mr and Mrs Markbam. Mra Croasotto of Asbury Park, N. J , waa tbo guest of vl r nnd Mrs, Goodwin last week. 0. M. Whitelaw, R G Busk nnd John Carbu attended tbo Soldicrs' reuniou at Grot on last weok Tuesday. Mrs I.amcro haa been quits sick for tho past weok. Mrs. Amidon of Boston has been tho guest of her graudmotber, Mra Lucinda Baldwin, for tho past week. Misa Hallof South Ryogato haschargoof the poat-oflio wbllo Mr. Fos3 is nway. The resjednta of Mnplo streot onjoyed tbeir nnnunl picnio on Saturday, Jackson Park waa tbe happy hunting grounds whero about forty onjoyed the day Bcrnard Vincent received n severo bruiso ou tho foot tho other dar by tbe fallimr ot 11 sic- nal ligbt IJo is having n vacatiou to nurso tlio wounu Mr nnd Mrs Blanchard of Maino bavo been the guesta of Mr. and Mra. Deming for a lew days About twentv of tbo membora of ''ol. Pres ton t orps nro attending tbo vt umnn's Reliof Corps district mcctingnt isr dtonl Mra nlista II Jonca of Bradford was unanimoualy elected preaiden'. of tlie Nntional conventlon held 111 Llevelnnu last week Mra Sturgis and Misa Rollina returned to JNow llriton laat ednesuny. Mr. and Mrs. Stsvens visited nt their old home near Plymouth laat week. Mrs Julia flalo and iMiaa Hale of Hoaton nro nt 11 alo's Invern F, M. Everott has been nppointod manager of our telephono exchango 111 place of ir. Moore wbo goea to Hoa 011 to work in tho eloctncal department 01 tho uusinesa 111 Uostou Mr. nnd lrs. Uort entertained company trom (1031011 011 oaturday, Mrs Hosfor1! spent Wednesday in ffaver bill witb her motber. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Whitney Bpent lastS.it- uruay at iinll's nonu witu Mr and Mrs i.j rua Unmeron who have been occupying a cot' taga tnoro lor tne past week Mr. nnd Mrs. Jaokson were at Morey lako on Saturday anu ounday. WcDdbury. Will Carr haa taken tho Warren Goodell farm. Ue mored hia family there laat week Ernest Parker, who haa been Ivery ill with typnoid ievor, 13 rapidly conva'cscing. Several from bere nttended tbe fair at Mor risville Uat week and repoit a very wet timo. Walter Davla hna secured a iob in Barre Ile niovcd hia fatnily beie laat week Monday. Mrs. M. E Fcster ia iU Allio Bailey haa movod bis family to Ilard wick. Tbo Woodbury Granito Comoanv haa icst received a largo order from New Yo k oity for ranuom stock, to be stnpped by rail to Albany anu irom tnenco by boat. Tho farmera in tawn repoit corn a large yield anu potatoes ligut. coreala aro about an aver age yield, CalaU. Mrs. Belle Olmatoad viaited ln Rindolph roceniiy. Mlss Pblla Gray returned to Boaton on saturday. Mr. and Mra. A. L. Wheeler were ln Montpelier laat week, on bnaluesB. Dean VanOrnamand Loo Ojgood onjoyed u weeK-a nauing mteiy. Mra. Ilorbort Foator vlslted her aon, For eat, at Goddard Seminary, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ilawklna and Mr. and Mra. Merne Ilawklna spent last weok ln uiover, taKtng in ttie Barton fair. Mlfs Nervle Foster was In Montpel'or on Friday. Mlss Marlon Kent, wbo bas been spond Intr tbo auramer at Sydney Foater'a, return ed to her muslcal studies at BoBton on Sat nrday, Mlsaes Frsaces Kent and Roso Gllkey nroBpenJlng tblH week at Buffalo, ln con acqiiouce of wbich there wlll be no school in the Grammar room until Tuesday, Sep tomber 24. The biud wlll furnlBhmusio at tho Wash ington fair on Wednesday and l'hursday of tbia week. Toomauv frlends of Major H. T. Fosler of tho twelfth United Btates Infauty, will bo gr tlfled to learn that hu ls b'oou ex pcctud bomo from the Fhiilpplnes. Tbe next regular meeting of tho Stow Post and Rellef Corpa vlll be held next Saturday. Mlaa Efllo Bordanx of Phlladelphla vls tod Mrs. E. A. Morso rtcontly. Atnong tbose wbo wero ln town laat woi k were Wltor I. '.VI ' -r of Brooklyn, N. Y , Kred Fnller of Nurii.di.ld aud Mlaa Lllla Moworof Barre. Mrs, Powara and Mra. Nyo of Melrose, Maaa , aro vlaltlng Albert Pike. Prof. O. O. Gdlagher returned tocontly to hia poBltlon ln the aohool at Braintree, Mass. Fred Oolo went to Boston last Mouday. M. Vlola Lampbere, having bad a vaca tlon of nIx weeks, roturns to ber dutlea on Tuesday. Pblla Grey aleo went baok to Boston on Saturday to rosume her work. Teaohout & Ootore aro puttlng In a now water wheo! aud wlll bave tbeir grlat aud feod tnlll Iu tbe bulldlng near telr atore. Groton. Tho county bighway cotnmisaionors woro in town last Tbur3ciay looking ovor tbe Aleck Welch placo 'Ino annuai reunion of tlie fiftcontb Vermont rcgiinont waa beld at tho Bapt'at cburch hero laat week Tuesday. A union memorial servico for tho late Presi dent waa beld at tbe Methodist cburch laat Suuday evening. Wilhur Clnrk haa movod from Mia. Wilson's liouso to Mis. McKay's liouso on Grnnito street. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M'llis visited at Straf ford n few days laat week. Claronco Bootb haa moyed from A. R. Tny lor's tcneniont into tho Froat Clark liouso. Webster Stevens bis nioved into hia now liouso ou Pine street, Jobn Gnmhal waa nt Hardwick tho fiut of tho week on business. Mra. G. II Pillsbury was in Boaton n fow days last wo k nnd the fii-st of this wook buy ing millincry for tho fall trado Cbnrles Heatb haa movod from 0. A. Iticlc er's liouso into tho Walter Tburston house. Miss Ettn Noi ton of West Topsham haa opened iniilinery rooms in the Untch block. Wost Fairlee Contor. Mr, and Mrs. Jeau Savago of Grnonwood, Ma-s , aio api-nding a couple of weeks at J. N. Kimball'H. In splto of tho ratn tbo Suuday scbool and ohuroli Horvleos wero beld nn Sunday, Thoeti who wero not preaent losttm earnest, forclblo Hermun. Mr, Sturtevaut tukea a Bhort vaoatlnn tho next two Sundaya, Wo wero Rlad to heo at cburch Georgo Ilolbrook of Post Mllla aud with htin M1111 roo Smitb of SvrHOUn', N Y , a brotber of thu lato Dau, Naihau Suilthotihls plaoe, Mr, Smitb haa not viaited hla frlouds tbis way for many yotira and flnds few of tbo fa tulllar faucs, Dun Titua has been qulte 111 for a week, Tbo froat ot lusi week dld little damago horo. llradford, Rnvmond W, Brnwn nnd Ilnnrr Waatnn returnod to Dnrtmoutb lnst wook for nnotbor yoar of collego work. Mr. nnd Mra G. II. Wooda of Lnh.mnn. N II , nro rejoioing ovor tho nrrivnl of a daugli- icr. Aa Mrs. J. 0. Stnnrna. Mka Mnttin Pi nnd Frank Britrhnm wero ilrivini' dnwn ntropf. laat weoH tboy were thrown from tlio carringo near uurnnam uowuroys liouso. mrj Dtonrns, altbougb tbero woro no bones brokcu, wn quito Beritusly bruised. Miss Plper and Mr. uuyiiiiui hbuuiiuu wivu uiuy uiigiii. lujunes. ( nnt P S. Cbamberlin wna nalUd In flnild- bnll laat Tbnrsday to attend tbe burial sor vicoa of bis siater, Mrs Ada Chaniberlin Ben- ton, 01 wincncator, MasB. ftirs. ISonton ia Bur vivod by two Bona, Col. Evorett 0, Bonton of wavoriy. Alasa., and day U. Benton of tho Boaton Transcrlpt. Mra. Jobn Cutler of Evorett. Mnpa.. visitod Mrs Laura A, Butler laat week. E J, Libbv hassold bis fino nair of ma'chod borsea wbicb took flrstpromium nt Bradford und East I'orintli faita, to Will Craig of Bos- rM.., , 0l.!...l ., 1 Aiiuj viv.u oMti'iftjt uii vtxjuwixy t Mrs. Chnrlca Sawvor went to Lebnnon laat wook to visit her daughter, Mra. G. II. Wooda F. A. Bradsbawof Los Ancrelos. Onl . who haa been spending tho summer nt Ilotol Low, lott lor uoston laat lliursday. Mrs. Cbauncey C. Morris, who haa been witn ner siater, Alrs. tjuimby. ot Jbutleton, all Biimmer, haa now returned to her home in this villnge. Mrs, llattie Johnson is stopping with ber for n 'ime. Ed. Evorett haa movod into the tenement next to tbo librjry. LEGAL N0T1GES, OOMUIBSIONKUS NoriuK. KSTATK OFI.ESTUlt WAItKKN. The utidomlffned. hAvlnc been nnnnlntnd hr tb Ilonorable l'rolmta Court ror tbe IlUtrlct ot Waih InKton. commlSBioners torecelve, examlne, and nri Juttall clalms anddemAiidsof all nerfloniagAliiB! tb satats of I.KHTKIt WAKUKV. ol Iu Montnal. lor.ln iald l)lstrlct,deceaBed,andallclalmixblbfted lnoiuer tnereio, nereDy mve notice mai we wlll mout iur 1110 purposen BLnresaia, ht iiio siore oe W. O.Nje, In the vlllnire ot N 'rth Montptll r. In and 5th day ot February, A. I)., 1W2, noxt, Irom one o'clock r. M antll four o'clock r. m., oacli ot ald dajt, and tbai slx months from tho 21tt day ot Auguit, A. 1). 1M)1. la the time llmtted hj tald Court for tald credltort to preaent their clalma to ua ior iamination ana auowanco. Dated at Kaat Montpelier, this llth day of Bep. LOUiUUr, A. Ut IWli V. (1. NVIC. 1 nnmirll. M-U OEOUaEKELTON.f aionora, OOUUIBStOMSHS' HOTIOE. KSTATK OF CAl'.OLINi: C. 11. 1'IIUIT. The nndeialirned. liavinK boen appotntsd by fit Ilonorable 1'robate Court for the Dlatrlctof Wrar'-.i. ion, commiasionora to receive, exatuine pmu ariaat allclatma anddemandanfRll neranna AiialTidl thn na. tUeof OAKOHNE O.li. FHDIT, late of B raboo, in the Htata ot Wlaconatn, deceaaed; And all c'a'ma ejhli Ited In olTaot thoroto, hereby Rlve notlre that wlll meet for tho nurposea aforetald In tlie County Clerk'a Offlce, ln tuo City of Montpelier, lu t'd Diatrlct, on the l.'th day of October, aud 8th day of Kebruary next, from II o'clock A. M. notll 4 o'clock p, m., each ot aald daya, and that alx montha frora tho th dAy of Auuuat. A. D., IWI. la the Vmt Ilmlted by sald Court for aald creditora to preaent wieiE ciaiuia w ub ior oxaminanon ana anowance. Dated at Montpelier, thia Hth dayof Heptember, 394l" ' MEI.VILLEE.SMILIE, KSTATK OFOTISO. X.KI.ANI). OOMMIBSIONEES' KOT1UK. The nnderalened, harlng been anpolnted hr th iionorauio rrouaio uouri, ior tne uiatrict 01 vvaah. iukluij. vuiuuiiaaiuuura, iu roceive, exunine ana aa 1mt All clalma and dAmanrti nf all twrmni atralnal tbe eatate of OTIH 0. LELAND, la 3 of Mlddleaox, .. u "la-r'ct, uecoaBoa. ana hu cia'ma exhlhlted ln ofraet thereto. hereby Rlve notice that wr wlll meet for the purpoaea aforearM. at the late home of the dcseaaed, 'i the town of .umuieaex, in aaia uiairici, on tneitn uay 01 octc bor and 25th dar ot Kebroai r next. from 10 n'rlnnk A. M. nntll 12 o'clock M. eacb of aald dira, and tbat ia iiiuuwia irom mo A'Jia aayoi AU2USI. A, li. 1001. ta the tlme Ilmlted tiv RAtri rinnrt fnr aniil nruA. Itora to preaent their clalma to na for exam'-mton niaaiiowance. Dated at Mtddloiex, thia Hth day ot September, A. D. lul. ,,. MYItON W. MILES. JCommla. 3 l JULIUSH.DANIELS, f alonera, KSTATK ()F Kl.I.TAII I.ASIBEKTON. STATK Or VXttMOMT, Dibtbiot ow Washington, bs. In 1'robate Court, held at Montpelier, In and for aa'd Dlltlict, 011 tbe Uth day ot beptember, A. D. l"0l: KememborCole, truitee of a fnid created bv the laat wlll and teatiraent ot ELIJAII LAM11K11TON, lato of MarahUeld, ln aald Dlatrict, deceaaed, pre-ae-ta hlatruitoe account for eximtaallon nnd al lowance, and make appllration for a decreo of dlatrlbutiou and (Mrtttlou of tbe aald lnnd. Whereupon lt la urdered br aald Court, that aald account and aald appllcatlon be reterred to a aoaatoi thoreof. to bo held At tho Frobate OQlce. ln aald Montpelier, on tlie Uh i'it ot Oc'ober, A. I). ltj, for heaiintaud declaicn thereon: Aud.lt laftHfher ordered,that nottce hereot be Klten to all peraon, lutereatod bj pnbllcatlon of the Bame three weekn aucceaalrelyli. the Vermont WatchmanS: Slale Jo,n naU a ne-A i. pnbllahed at Montpelier, ln v'lla Ntate, rrev ' to aald tlme appolnted for hea"nrj. that they i'ppe at aalo tlme and placo, and ahon ciose.il uuy ! may have, why aald ac con' t abould not 1 etlowed, ana auch decreo mado. By the Court, Attoat, 1SM1 UIItAM OARLETON, Jndge. KSTATK OF fllAUY J. CLKAVKS. STATK Ol- VEEMONT. DIBTBIOT OP WABniNQTOM, BS. In 1'robate Court, held at Moutoelter, In audrffr aald Dlatrict, on tho lttli day ot September, A. D. lVOl: .1. Kdenl WiiRht, execntor of tbe laat wttl asdtei tamoutot MAKV J. OI.EAVES, lata of Montpelier, In Baid Dl'tricl, deceaaed, pretenta hla adminlatra tlon account for exAuilnatlou and allowauce, and makea appllcatlon for u decreo of dlatrlbutiou and partltlon of tlio estate of aald deceaaed. Whereupon, it la ordered by aaid Court, that aald account and aald appllcatlon bereferredtoaaeaaion thereof to bo held at the 1'robate OQlce, ln aald Montpelier, on the 4th day of October. A, D. 19'JI, forhearlnK anddeclslon thereon; and, it la furtbei ordered, that notice hereot be kItoii to all peraona Intereated. br publlcatlon of the Bame three woeka aucceaalvely Iu the Vermont Watchman & State. Jot'r nal, a newapaper publiahed at Montpelier, ln thia State. provloua to aald ttme appolnted for hearlmr. thHtthey may appear at aald tlme and place, aud ahow cauae, lf any they may bave, wut aaid ac. count abould not . be allowed aud auch decree uiade. lir tho Court Attest, s:.'.l 1IIKAM OAUIJSTON, Judge, KSTATK OF SrAItTIIA T. MALI.OUV. STATK or VEEUONT, DIBTDIOT Ot WASIllNOTOH, 88. In 1'robate Court, heldat Montpeller.Inand foraal dlatrict, on tbe 17tb dar of September, A. I). 1SU1. Oeorce Ilonland. admtntatrator of tbo eatate of MAIirilAT. JIAl.LOltV. late of Eaat MoutpeMer, Inaald Diatrlct, deceaaeu, vreaenta hla admtnlatra. tlon account for examlnation and allowance, and makea appllcatlon for a decree of dlatrlbutton tuc partltlon ot the eatate ot aald deceaaed. Wberf npon.lt la ordered by aald Court, that aald accoou' aud aald apnllcatlonbe referredto aaeaalon tbereot tobeheldatthel'robate Offlce, ln aald Montpelier, 0 the ttb dar ot October, A. D. 101, for hearlnK and decialon thereont And, lt la further ordered, tbal notice bereof be Klven to all peraona lntereatpd, li) rubllcatlOL of thoaame tliree weeka aucceaalvely lu ho Vermont Watchman & StaU Journat, a uewapapei publiahed at Montpelier, lu tbia State, provloua to aald tlme appolnted for tiearln,;, that they may ai rear at aald tlme and placo, and ahow cauae, lf an hev mar tiave, why aald accouut abould not b allowed, anu auoh decree made. lly the Court. Atteat, 31-11 UIItAM CA11LETON, JndRe. Ill tho Mutter of YVAI.TKK A. OUUTIH. Jlnultriipt. Jn Itankruiitoy To the Hnnorablo Itojt II. M'hooler. Judze of the Dlatrict Court ot the United Statea for the Dlatrict of Vermont. WALTKK A. CTJItTIS, of I'lat Montpelier, ln tlio countr of WaahluKton and Stato of Vermont, lu aald Diatrlct, rcij.ectlully repreaeuta that on tlie day of Mar, A. D ISIll, laat past, hn waa duly aa ) udgod a bankrupt uiuler tho acta of Consreaa relatliif; to bankrupicyi that he lma duly aurrenderodall hla proporty a d ruhta of property, and haa fully com jilludufth ail the remiiremeuta ut aaid acta, and of tlio court touchlna hla hankruptcy. Wherefore ho praya that hu mar be decreed by tho Court to hae n fall dlachurKO from all dobta prorable uKalnat lila eatate uiidar aald baukrupt acta. except -ucli dobta aa aro oxcepted by law from auch dlacliarite. W I.TEH A. (JUltrlH, btnkrupt. Dated thia l"tbdy ot Soptember, A. O, lttll. Unitku sTATua DiariuoT cnuitT, roitTiiK DiBTinoT or YmiMOT. WAI.TE11 A. CUIlllS, llaiikrupt.dlacharm. Notice la hereli; l!lven that WALTEit A. crllTlfl, bankrupt, haa llled nla petlllon ditod Seotember 10, Itml, prajlnt: for a dlacnarKe from all hia debta, In bankniptcy, aud that all credlt ra ai d other peraona ohectluit fo auch dlacharge mny attend beforo the uudoralKned, joferee, ut hl olUce, U00111 No, 6, U. H. l'oit Ottlco Ilulldli'it. lu Moutpellor ou September 21, 19 1, ut 111 u'ctuck a, M., aud then uudthere preaent their objectloua, If any, 10 auch dlachartse, with their prjoTa theroon, EDWAltD II. DEAVITT, lteferoe lu llankruiitoj. MontpeUer, Vt., Beptember 10. 1IW1. IWAKE YOUR . . . D0LLAR8 DOUBLE. Times tand Plans will do give you today, for we raust, to DOUBLE YOUR MONEYyet offeied. The VALTJA BLE REVL ESTATE offered belo'v must be sold, and to you is offered the GOLDEN" OPPOIITUNITY to purchase for one half what the propi rty will actually be worth ia a few years. USE YOUR BEST JUDGMENT and you will be convinced of the truth of what we say. A HOME AND INVESTMENP COMBINED. LAltGK HOUSE coniaininp 18 Hving room. Has bntb, furnacc liout, bot nnd cold ntcr attachmt nt, cluctiic iigbts, in fact nl moriern convouien cca. Oood Kfftnilo ccllnr wib grnnitcunder-tiinninf,'. Botb tity nnd spring wn'nr in bone. Is in good repnit bolli innide n ti mtii'o. House ?s pnrtly fmisbed in bnrd wrod. Ibcro is ngood bnrn 40x40 ft., witb fpur stalls. Could ensily bo c mverted ii a cottno wbicb would rcnt wc'l. Tbis liouso 1ms beon uscd nnti is espGi inlly adaptod for re ting ro mp, nnd owing to tbo location and OMivcnknces, tlicie is little troublo in keeping all tho rooms rentod to tbe best class of tonants. Tbo incomo dorived from this sourco is ordinatilly 875 per montb, nnd this. witl ont tbo slable, wbicb readily rents for S9 per mon b, makos tbo property bring $84 per montb, or over S 1.000 por year. IMOTE THE LOCATION. Tbis valunblo property is loeated nt tuo corn r of Baue and Fullorton streete, and bns a frontnge on Barre street of 68 ft, and 143 ft. on Puller ton street. over 80(10 sqiiH'o lect. Aside from tbo rea! etntc. we w;ll sell nearly all tho bouse bo d ittrnituro wortb from 250 to 8500. Our prico ia only $6,500 for tb-ireal estato and porsonal property. Terms, S1,000 or $1,600 dowu ; balance at five pcr cent intereat. Whero in MontpeUer can you invest this amount of inoney with tho prospects of its doubling in a few years? Pcop'o of good Judgment tell ua that the lnnd alono i3 worth nearly wuat wo w.ll sell the whde prope.ty for. DO NOT DELAY, if intereated in this valuablo property ; a cbinco ol this kind ia seldom offered, and it is aure to bo taken by scma oue at once. Look the pro icrlv over at your earlioat convcnienco. Eitber droj us a card or telephono 135-13, and we will call and 800 you. D. A. PERRY REAL Office in Gordon PATHICKKIELY cf North Pownal, Vt, aaya DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVOR ITE REMEDY Curod rae of Liver Complaint. Pntriok Kiely writes frora North Pownal, Vt , "My case vi-na n severo one and a puzzler to tlie (loe tota, Kigbteon niontlisi ngo I bcgan to fccl a pa'n in my riglit Bide ; it gradnally grew worse until I was compelled to give up work, I would belcli np quantitioa of wind nnd water. I ein ployed rtve diffei-ent doctors, nnd after tnkiug about n wagon load of medicine, I secinetl to qrow worse. I was then advised to use Dr. llavid Kennedy's Favorito Reraedy, and after tik'ng it for awhile, I grew better, and by the timo 1 bod Hken three botUes, there was no sir;n o the old troublo left I have tried all tlie different Sarsaparillas, Conipounds and Ner vines sold nt drug stores, and I consider Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy tho auper ior of theiu all, for it curod me wiien all the otborsfailed." Favoiito IJomedy restores the disordered J'yer to a liealthy condition and correct3 con Btipation. It is a certain cure for the diseases paculiar to woraen. It cures Scrofula, Salt llheum, Erysipelus, Nervousnesa, Losa of ijlcep or tbat worn outfeeling. If you are not already convinced that Favo iite Kemedy is the medicine you need you may have rt trial bottlo sent you by mail, obsolutely free, by sending your nddress to the Dr David Kcnnedy (.'orporation, Iiondoul, N. Y., nnd tuentioning this paper. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is for sale by all druggists, at S1.00 a bottlo or 0 bottles for 55,00 less than a cent a dose. Senator A. W. Woodworth, of Enosburg Falls, Vt , Says: VI arn pleased to say Dr David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy cured n member of my family who had sullered with scrofulous rires and chronio dyspepsia for up wards of 30 years."' All druggists sell it. S1.C0 for largo bottlo. Trlal bottle free. Weution this paper and ad dreas Dr. David Konnody's Corporation, Itoiul out, N. Y. Moretown. Mrs. Foloy retnrned to Montpelier last Saturday. MIbh AiiiiIh Dutton of Stoneham, Mass., ls spending a tow days with her uncle and auut, Mr. und Mrs. T. W. Flanagau. Ilarold Haylett and Harry Bruco were at home over Snndy. Mrs. Nathanlel Oarpenter was ln town last Saturday. Maade llutterlly was at bomo over Bun Uay. Mlaa Wells roturned to Boston last Tues day. A wllcoi and wifo wero ln Btowe laat Sunday. Mlss Addle Phlllpa went to Doston last Thursday allor iniilinery coods, Sbe wlll open a wllllnory shop lu town about Octc bur 1. Mlss Jennle Smlth returned to Oolbyvllle last Wednesday. Kast Roxbury, Franols 1'earsous ol North Borwlok, Me., was ln town last week, Mrs. II E. Pope of Barre was a gnost ot Qeorge Fosa on Sunday. Lolla Webster has returned to FramliiR batn, Mti"a,, for auotber year of school work, Frank Newton, who has been at George Wardner's thn paat summer, has roturned to hls homa lu Marlboto, Mass, The iiHW organ hus arrlved aud wai usr-d (or thu flrst tlme 011 Siimlav. Mucb crudit Is due W- 0, Webster for hls effjrta ln so oatlug It. Ilert F. Allen, who has been at St, Al bans the past summer, Is at home for a two weeks' vuoitlon b-foro roturnlug to BaltU more, Md., to reaume hls deutal studles, this. "We are going to the greatest opportunity ESTATE AGENCY Block, Barre, Vt. Bicw an4 rats'rfL'ie Ou- t;neica ins mciietTenuiiiy cerrcmeentciiwof Ha titDllCONSTlPATIONcf Cia'BOWELS lllncif. uln we (hi Dlseaui v,i WctVnoita pccillir 0 Fmulti. mJ blQiii g'ui C'OKtliCi Irsn aiutki lll oiWmie 11 CMn ef U'e, cfSuimindcfCl.T.jttlll tuci SCROFULA iiuTall Strtfu'cu Allc.-j Erup, tif iri Caiinfou Dttun, li u St. AMHont, Fne. Rrfr Eryilpelii. Psutulo. Tnnr c S'i Rbum. Pim. f'n. Paiii, Eloicko. SctH Hial. Rijvm Ulorj uij Sorci, rtmotj. ftin In ih Bcno.tSYPHItlTIC an) BktMiailm. OyipjpdtAUU ... ...V. t, , BLAnrjFP r.OAin.1 (rorn .nliTErfra NyCebiMaicdbaDiMisi '.-juu, iax.00 'v West Corinth. Elder Shepard and wife and lt. II. Wll liama and daughter Carrle attended the yearly meeting at Tuubri ge last Friday, 8-turday and Sunday. Ilev. Mr. Noyce of Sheffield presched here last Sunday evenlng.comlng here from the yearly meeting In Tnnbrldge. Mrs. Llzzlu Qaddie and daughter of St. Louls, arrlved at her nucle, Aotoniram Lltch's last Sunday mornlng, baviug bden on tbe way Hlnce last Tbursday. Ethel Lttch ot Brooklyn, N. V., and Mis Prescott recently vlslted at Mr. Lltch's. Fairlee. Mrs. Iiirna Martin left town on Friday for Union Village to visit her pareuts. Sho then Intends ta start for Iluuiphrey, Neb , to join hor huaband who has beeu in business thero for a tow montha. Ilorbort E Warren has gone to Meriden, N. II., to enter Kimball Uoion Academy for a four ycau' courso of study Alexamlor II. Oilmoro of Newport News, Va . is vi-iiting hls jurents, Gen nnd Mrt, W. II Gilmoro. Miss Dertha Eastmau of Corinth visited Mr. nnd 1M13. V- Leach tho flrst of tho week. They also nt tho sime timo entertained a brido nnd groom from KuQeld, N II., Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Mnrra. Mr. Thompsoii one of the parties who bougnt the luountnin tiniber land of Uarenco Carr of Orford. has muved his family into tho Staplcs tcuemont. Sllt.VY NOTlt E. Straved lnto my pasture about September 0 0111) Jersiy bull yearllng, with no liorns and of llght oolor. Owuer may havasame by provlug property and naylng damages. W. W. BmvLD. Cabot, Sept. 10.