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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOUKN, VYEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1902.
WILLIAMSTOWN. Mrs, Ophir S. Mnrtin learns of tho dcath of hor brother Willinin Folsoni of Burnott, Wis. whoro ho liacl livod for many years Ho formcrly livcd ncar liore. His wifo is a sister of Oliauncoy Lougoo of our villago. Ho was an ox collcnt man and had bcon a vory suc cossful farmor in tho west. Ho was upwards of sovonty years of ajjo. His wifc and sovornl cliildren survivo him. ;Mrs. Libcrty II. Jcifords was takon tserionsly ill with ptioumonin, tlic middlo of lnst wcok. Tho ontlook for hor rccovory is not brifilit. ' John Bacon writcs bnck from tho UnitPd Statos Soldiors' Honio in To gus, llo., tlmt Iio is pleascd with what ho finds thoro. Elwin T. Whitnoy has boon confiiied to tho bod again of lato, from troublo that originatod somo ycars ago, caus ing appundieitis. William Hauson, who was thought to bo improving somowhat, was takon Avorso last wcok, and is oritically ill. "Vorn" Edson, in tho omploy of Henry Lasoll, wont again to tho Mary Fletcher hospital, Burlington, last week for treatmont. Lato nows from Mrs. Bamoy D. Fliut's dauglitor is that scarlot fovor lias lcft her partially dcaf. Other wiso sho is poorly. Thero is quito a good doal of coni plaint of ill health from colds, about here. Will Carpenter has leasod tho grist and saw mill of Gcorge W. Lyndo in Mill villago till Dcccmbor 1, noxt. Ho liopes for a good patronago. Dr. .1. H. .lackson was callcd hero last week to counsol in tho caso of Jamcs Powors' little boy, who has had an absoess about tho throat, fol lowing scark't fover, and whose lifo Jias becn almost dospaired of. f Mrs. Gurdon Martin has just start od a olass in painting. Slio gives her lessons at tho homo of hor dauglitor, Mrs. Harley Martin, in our villago. James K. Lyndo is so far improved in health as to bo about his house, and ovon to bo out on a porch of tho houso, ou warra days, A dolegation from our now Rebekah lodge visited Barre ouo oveuing last week. Mrs. Patsy Elliott, who is staying with her lato husband's mothor in Northfield was latoly olfored a posi tion in tho Hopkins & Houso store, bnt sho felt that sho must declino it. Sho is a woman much liked here. Principal Daniol It. Martin, at tho Jiead of thc Pullman, 111., scliools for years past, has shown his approoiation of Vermont maplo sugar by giving Premont O. Littlo orders for tho samo from timo to time. Ho had somo of last season's make sont him and was storing it in tho basemeiit of his house, that was latoly entered by girl burglars, who abductod forty pounds of it. On May 8 occurred tho thirty-sov-cnth anivorsaryof tho marriago of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carnes. As .thoy were partaking of tlioir ovoning meal, that day, friends began to gather at their houso with no provious noto of warning, to colebrato tho ovont. A jileasant eveniug followed. Last Saturday could bo seom from our window maplo treos fllled with blossoms; tho grouud carpcted with green ; snow flying, mon travelling in fur coats, whilo tho wind rattled the looso parts of tho building and a brisk flro was buruing indoors. And yet the caleiidars porsisted in saying Jt was May 10. JIoracQ N, Farnham was hero a foW days go just aftor nnothor West crn trip for moro horses. Mrs. Preston Roed is visitlng in Ludlow. Oharles M. Etlsou is furnishing a largo lot of chairs for soating tho Mn souio and towu lialls in Brookfield. Luther Bailoy has hired for a year "with a milkman in Barre. Ella, oldest dauglitor of Jason John son, is in town and will have tho care of Mrs. Amasa W. Farnliam in hor illuess, for tho prosont. Mrs. Jason Joffords has boon ill with tho provailing cold of lato and pneumonia was feared by hor hus band. Mrs. Dorcas Martin, wifo of Liborty F. Joffords, died on Snnday foronoon of pnouraonia, aftor an illness of four days, and at tho ago of 60vonty-flvo years and four months. Sho loavos a husband and dauglitor, Mrs. Goorgo O. Earlo. Only ouo mombor of ttio iamily of Jior fathor, tho lato Samuol JUartin, survivos hor, namoly, Mrs. .Emily M. Emory. Almost tho wliolo of Mrs. Jofford's long lifo was lived horo in town, wlioro sho has beon known as a most dovotod wifo and mothor, and a vory kind hoartod woman. Doatli had no torrors for lior and was mot calmly. Sho Bpoko of hor approaohing doparturo as going homo, and with porfoct rosignation, feoling that all was woll intho Lord's doalings with hor. Vorily a good woman has boon takon from our midst. Sho was buriod from hor lato lioino at 2 p. m. , on Tuosday. Mr. J. I'ierpont Morgan knows how to handle railway and steamship lines, but ho throws up his hands when he confronts the problem of sottllnga strike of street car employes. Ligfit Biscttit DeiiciotisCake Dainty PasttfieS Fine Ptscldings Flaky Ctusts EAST CALAIS. The drama "'Twixt Love and Money" has been given up for the present owing to the serions illness of one of the princi pal actors. VERSHIRE. Mrs. Lucinda I'rescott, an agccl lady, died Sunday morning after an illness of a few wceks. Mrs. I'rescott had been for tnany years a resident of Vershire. The funeral wus on Tuesday. Mrs. Clogston has returned from Barre and will occupy her house here through the summer. The funeral of Silas Titus was held last Thursday at his late home, Rev. William Paul of West Fairlee prenching the scr nion. In the death of Mr. Titus the town 105S can honored citizen, who had becn for many years a resident here and active ly connected with its business and social intercsts. He was a good man, a peacc able and obliging neighbor, kind and re spected and will be much missed in all the walks of life. The remains of Stillman Richardson of 13oston, a former resident of Vershire, were brought here for burial last week. They were accompanied by his soti, at whose house he died and his brother, Rev. J. B. Richardson, who came from Virginia to be present at the funeral. School at the Lower village is oloscd on sccount of the mcasles. Clarence Grant is working for E. P. Brown by the season. Miss Mamie Titus was at home from Chelsea to attendthe funeral of hergrand father, Silas Titus. The weather during the laat few days has been more like November than May. The ground was frozen hard Saturday morning. J. B. Richardson preached at the church last Sunday coming here last week to accompany the remains of his brother, Stillman Richardson, who was brought here for burial. MORETOWN. Miss Cornelia F. Goss, who is a teaclier in the Iudustrial school at Vergennes, was at her home over Sunday. Miss Agnes Murphy of Waterbury is visiting in town. Miss Carrie Warren of East Montpelier visited Emma Royce over Sunday. Special music was rendered at tho Methodist church Sunday morning and evening with violin solos by Harold Hay lett. Mrs. H. O. Ward gave a party last Sat urday evening to the members of the Methodist choir and her Suuday school class. A pleasant time is reported. Mrs. James Haylett was at home from Montpelier over Sunday. Mrs. Caroline Spaukling returns to her nomo in the west this week, after having pent the past year in town. Mrs. G. G. Sleeper came very near belng seriously injured last Friday morn ing. While in the barn she stepped through an oen scuttle hole which was partly covered with hay, and fell, striking her side against the edge of the floor. Fortunately no bones were broken but her knce was badly hurt so that she is laid up for a few days. Harry Bulkeley, an aged citizen, is very low from congestion of the lungs at the home of his son, Frank. There is no hope of his recovery. Vradenburg and Merrill, who have been living on the Royce farm, have moved into the old steam mill house on the road to Middlesex. BROOKFIELD. Dr. E. E. Ellls has been sick the past week and is now confined to his bed. Dr. V. C. Goodrich of Barre is attending him, also several of Dr. Ellis' patients. Mrs. Ford continues to be very sick with erysipelas. C. C. Hood has reeently been doing carpenter work for U. A. Clark, Several of the Brookfield Rellef Corps are planning to visit the Randolph Corps on Thursday. Memorial services will be held at the First Congregationai church at one o'clock, May 25. Rev. R. H. Abercrom bie will conuuct the services. Tuesday evening, May HO, J.A. Lord of Hartford will deliver a temperance lec turo in lielialf of the anti-saloon league at the Second Congregationai church. Mrs. Annette Griswold of Plainfield has come to spend several weeks with friends in town. Mrs. Nancy Abbott returned from Proctor to her home at the Ccnterlast weok. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams, May 8. Henry Edson went to Boston last week to accompany his wife home. E. H. Allis expects to go this week to Greensboro for two weeks of pjeasure fishing, etc. He will be accompanied by his brother, Hon. Wallace Allis and party of Norwich, Conn. Mrs. J. W. Parmenter visited rclatives in Cabot and St. Johnsbury last week. TO OURE A COLDIN ONE DAY. Tako Laxntivo Bromo Quiuiuo Tab' lots. All druggists rofund tho monoy if it fails to ouro. E. W. Grovos signat'nro is on cach box. 25o. WATERBURY, un nmnrnTrn nr niin Itov. E. A. Thomas, pastor of tho Congregationnl ohurcli at Essox Juno tion, oxchangcd with Rov. F. B, Kullogg on Sunday. Mrs. W. Pattorson is ill from pnou nioiiia Misa Morso, ouo of tho toaohers of tho grndcd school, was conflncd to tho houso for a fow days Inst wcok by ill ness. Miss Mnrion Horsford, of Oharlotto was tho gucst of Mrs. W. II. Trow bridgo a few days last weok. Rod Lottor Day was obsorvcd by tho Pliilomathcnii club in Odd Fellow's hall on last Friday afternoon. About llfty woro prosont. Tlio funoral of Mrs. Lnura iiill, who died last Thursday from old ago, was hold from tiio -houso on Saturday, Rov. F. B. Kollogg oillciating. Mrs. L. II. Elliott, Clmrles Wells, B. R. Domorritt and F. L. Knight nro dologates from tho Congrogationnl church to tho county oonvontion to bj hold nt Montpolior. R. Tatro is orccting two now houses on High stroot. A largo dolegation from tho locnl lodgo of Odd Follows visited tho lodgo at St. Albans on last Friday ovoning and assisted in working degroos. II. P. Butlor hs returnod from Bos ton. Ho is to spend tho summor nt tho homo of Dr. II. J. Janos. A pleasant sugar party was hold at tho Congregationnl church last Friday ovoning for tho benefit of tho band. A largo numbor woro prosont and tho band furnishcd music. Tho snow was brought from Riokor Mountain, a dis tanco of ten milet. W. J. Boyco is seriously ill from typlioid fovor. Oliarlos Hatch has recovorod from his rocont illness and rosumod his du ties as travoling salesman for tho Truo Mnuufacturing Company. Mr. Laflnm has flnislicd work as night watchnian at tho nsylum and has returned to his homo at Euos burgh Falls. Angustug Turnor oxpocts to havo his new houso on Mnin stroot complot od by tho last of this month. 0. 0. Wnrron has roceivcd liis au tomobilo, which ho sont away to have romodolled. Ho is also to havo a two scated machino. Mrs. Goorgo Athorton is visiting in Lowell, Mass. A mooting was hold at tho town clork's oflico Thursday ovoning to try and mako nrrangcmonts witli Mont polior partics to oroct a stone shcd in town omploying about thirty-fivo hands. Tlioy ask for a building sixty feot longor than tho ono occnpied by Drow Daniols. An offort will bo mado to raiso tho monoy, and if suc cessful, it is oxpected that tho partios will soon start to build. GROTON. Rov. W. R. Mathor of Lyndouvillo was cnlling' in town tho first of the wook. Aaron Hosmor is in vory poor health. Mrs. Ethan Ellon, who has beon visiting lior slster, Mrs. F. P. Smith, returned to iior homo in Morrisvilo last weok. Her mothor, Mrs. Soldon Minard, wont with hor. Mr. nlld Mrs. O. .T. RnMnr rpt-nnnwl from Cholsca last wcok. Mrs. Albort Page is not so woll. Mrs. O. H. Remington died last Thursday. Tho funeral was hold Sat urday at tho homo, Rov. A. J. Hougli oillciating. William Stovons has movod from Aurolo Legaro's liouso into Harry Rickor's houso. Mrs. Walter Dow of East Corinth and Mrs. Eben Dodgo of Plainfiold wero called to town last Thursday by tho death of their mothor, Mrs. O. H. Remington. Rov. Georgo Brown of Havorhill, N. H., preached nt Westvillo Sunday morning and nt S. B. Morrison's in tho ovoning. WORCESTER. Rov. William Vater of Albany was lu town a fow dnys last weok. Georgo Parmontor of Montpolior vis ied at H. D. Vail's rccoiitly. Harry Dingwall and family havo gono to Elmoro to livo witli his fathor. William Hatch and two daughtors of Hardwick woro nt F. E. Buck's on Sunday. H. B. and J. E. Hancock wont to Glover last Thursday, returning on Friday. Ralph and Roy Wiggins of Middlo sox visitod thoir aunt, Mrs. Willoy, ou Sunday. Rov. Mr. Mitoholl, pastor of tho Prosbytorian church of Barro, preaoh od at tho Congregationai liouso on Sunday in tho absonco of Mrs. Lashor. Union services woro hold at tho Con gregationai churoh Sunday ovoning, Rov. J. W. Illsloy of the Methodist church occupied tho pulpit. WEST BERLIN. Lowis and Willis Drow caught two eols whilo fishing in Dog rivor, Tuos day ovoning tho shortor was twonty sovon inches long. Fred Adams has moved his family into tho Worthing liouso. Mr. Bryant, tho creamory propri otor, is boarding with Mrs. Maroia Styles. Mrs. H. B. Ayors visitod hor sistor, Mrs. Koyes last wcok. Whilo Miss Addio Emorson was ro turning from Northfield sho found a pockot book in tho road. It was woll llllcd and found to bolong to Express man Chnso. Mrs. Amos Oliaso is vory sick. Georgo Cliaso hns started his hulled corn cart, It is feared tho lato frost killed alL tho fruit for this soason in this valloy. SODOM. F. E. Horr wcnt to Burlington the middle of last week to accompany his sister-in-Iaw, Mrs. Tibbits, home. Mrs. Tibbits has reeently undergone a surgical operation in a Burlington hospital, and is now stopping with her sister, Mrs. Horr. Fitz Willard has greatly imp'oved the appearanci of the Interior of his house by paint, paper and hardwood floors. Victor Templeton and Romeo VanOrman did the work. Mrs. Sprague of Woodbury is visiting Mrs. Fitz Willard. b Disease Lays Its Heavy Hand on Kings, Prioces. Presideots, tlie Nobfe and Weallhy, as Well as lliose of Low Estaie, Paine'sCele'ry Compound, Is the Great R&storer of Health for the flulerand His Humblest Subject, Siokness, disonso and suirorlng, ro spect noither rulor nor subject. Tho notcd and high born liavo their trinls and physioal suirprings Hlto thoso iu liumblor stntions. Social standing and woalth cannot bar tho progrnss of tho diseaso when tho common rulos of health aro violatod. i Impuro blood and woak norves nro rosponsiblo for many of tho conimon diseascs of lifo. Tlio oxporionccd phy sician will toll you that mon nnd womon with puro, clear coursing blood irtid woll braced norves can nov or beconio vlotims of rheninntisni, nenralgia.livor troublo, dobility, head achos or slcoplossness. It follows, thoroforo, that sufforcrs from nny of tho ailmonts roforred to, should nt onco tako propor moasuros to cloanso tho blood and fced tho woak, norvous system with propor nourislimont. For tho happy accomplishniont of this importnnt work, Paino's Celery Compound is tho only safo agont, tho ono.groat specific, tho only socurity against deadly diseaso nnd death. Duriug thoso spring days Paino's Ccl ory Compound guarnntoes a porfcct regularity of tho bowols, henlthy ap petito, sound sloop, good digestion, puro blood, strong norves, and clcnr brain, all of which mcan full and ro bust health. Mr. E. M. Sutton, ex-Mayor of Burlington, Vt., ono of tho strongest nnd hcalthiest advocates of Paino's Celory Compound in tho Unitod Statos, tolls us iu tlio following lottor how ho keeps woll undor all circumstauces. Ho says : "Peoplo havo ofton asked mo how I managed to keop so woll, for although out in noarly all kinds of weather and travelling considorably I havo no aches or siokness. My ono aiiBWor has boon that instead of waiting until I am sick in bed nnd forced to stop work for awliilo, whonovor I feol out of sorts tho least bit. I tako Paino's Colory Compound, which koops mo woll and strong. It is n great deol bottor in my opinion, to tako a modi cino which koops ono well, ratlior tlian to wnit for siokness, and thon llUllt firnniltl fnr n mnilinim. ,7i . ulltluuilo yji to ouro siokness. I havo been o- nearty nnvocato ot Paino's dcolery compound over sinco it was first mado, a groat many years ago, and havo yot to hear of a caso in which it fails to fulnl its promisos. " DIAMOND I1YFS V,a"'1 1,0 ""ii. Novcr crock. uinillUIIU UILO llcwarcorimpure Imttatlons. CABOT. One of the most pleasant home wed dings of the season occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. I'ike April 30, when tlleir youngcst daughter, Sarah Ellcn, was united in marriage to Harlon Hoyt Haines, eldest son of Deacon and Mrs. Moses Haines. At two o'clock as the strains of Lohengrin's march were rendered by Miss Grace Whittier, the groom, accompanied by his brother, Leon M. Haines as best man, entered the room and stationed themsolves under a beauti ful arch of white and green and awaited the bride ; she immediately followed iean ing on the arm of Miss Carlie Hills as bridesmaid. The bride was dtessed in white with trimmings of satin ribbon and white applique and carried a bouquet of arbutus. The bridesm.n'd nkn wnr white with touches of black velvet and a corsage bouquet of arbutus. The cere mony was performed by Rev. D. L. Hilliard, pastor of the Congregationai church, the ring service bemg used. Perley Pike, a brother of the bride acted as usher. The dining room was in charge of the brothers and sisters of the bride, who served the guests most acceptably. The presents were numerous and costly. Amongthem many pieces of solid silver. The happy couple are among the most respected and popular young people of the town and all unite in wishing them a long and joyous life. Prosident J. M. Fishor of tho Old Homo Wcok Association, issuod tlio call for a mooting noxt Saturday ovon ing at tho town clork's oflico for tho olection of ofllcors, oto. Upon tho invitation of Rov. 0. E. Aikon, tho Good Templars will attend tho Methodist ohurcli in a body at tho morning sorvico noxt Sunday. All Good Tomplnrs aro roquostod to meot at thoir hall at 10 :S0 sharp provious to going to tho sorvico. Tlio malo quartetto will nssist in tho sorvico. Mr. Aikon will speak on temporancc. Tho team of E. M. Bliss was fright oned last Friday and rnn up streot at quito a livoly galt. Arriving at G. M. Wobstor's it turncd in, and in an attempt to pass through a barn door into n pon olearod itsolf from tho buggy. Two dollars will covor nll dnmages. Tlio escnpo from much largor damago is fortunnto. Mrs. J. M. Davis has roturned to hor homo in Nowport. Mrs. L. O. Lanco is taking ohargo of hor milinory businoss for a short timo. Rov. J O. Sliorburno, St. Johns bury, was in town on Monday to nt tond tho quartorly conforonco. Mr. Sliorburno hns recovorod from tho brokon lcg ncoidont of a fow wooks ago which occurrod horo. H. VL. Gilman has sold his stago proporty to Gonio Dow who took fos sossion of tho routo on Monday. Mr. Gilman 'has bocn n vory accommodat ing nnd oflioiont drivor and all bo spoak tho samo ofilolouoy and sntisfno tion by Mr. Dow. It is undorstood that a couplo of Now York partios wont through horo last wook looking ovor tlio routo to nscortnin tho possibilities for tho build ing of an olootrio raiload. Wo wish such a tlilng might really matorializo and wo uonovo ncarty support would bo givon it. Mrs. S. J. Morso has gono to Lyndon for a short timo to visithor son, E. O. Morso. Mr. nnd Mrs.E. O. Morso had n son born to thom May 7. Mootings aro to bo hold nt Lowor Cabot in tho Advont ohurcli bogin ning Wcdnesday ovoning. SOUTH DUXBURY. Roy Kcllogg nnd wifo of Randolph visited hor paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Freomnn, and callcd on hor sistor, Mrs. H. G. Ward on Thurs day. Tho Ladics Aid willmoct with Mrs. Saniuel Turnor, Wcdnosdny nftornoon nnd ovoning. Bosslo Bruco has roturned from Waterbury and is oxpected to romain witli lior paronts through tho warm wcathor. Rov. E. W. Sharp of Northfiold will givo a talk on tomporanco at tlio ohurcli on May 20. Dan Preston nnd Mr. Woodwurd of Waitsfield wont to Montpolior Satur day with n team and on thoir way homo tho horso balkod or was tircd and rofuscd to go. Tiioy oruelly beat tho horso to death. Tho partios woro arrostoiLnnd fincd $28 only. Gilbort Nolson commonced his work with tho road commissionor Monday nnd Asa Corliss has tho caro of his farm svork whilo ho is employed on tho road. Mrs. Georgo Frccmni, Mrs. L. Loui zollo, Mrs. Kathorino Corliss and Wil liam Johnson aro nmong tho sick. William Ward of Waitsfield visited his son, Horbert, on Wcduosday. Alva Butlor led tho Sunday oVen ing prayor sorvioe. WAITSFIELD. Mrs. Cassius Joslyn is vory lbw. Abol Knooland is failing vory fnst. A. L. Miller and W. M. Taber will opou a barbor siiop in tho villago in tho ncar futuro. Mr. and Mrs. William Marshnll woro called to South Lincoln, last wcok, by tho illness of Mrs. Marshall's fath or, E. M. Whitnoy, who died soon af ter thoir arrivol. Mr. Whitney was a prosporous morchant, nnd at ono timo n resident of this place. Tho remains wore brought hero on Sntnrday and laid to rest in tho Irasvillo cemotery. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miller visited in Fayston ono day last weok. Thoro is somo talk of a fair boing hold horo this fall. That's right, thoy always havo paid and why discon tinuo them? A. E. Eldridge of East Warren pass ed through horo last wook with a drovo of about fifty cattlo for markot. Doric Kneoland is failing. P. B. Gaylord was in Brookfield last week Our popular morchant, J. B. Nor ton, is busy theso days supcrintcnd ing tho work of gotting ouf building stono for his houso on which ho iu tends to bogin work in tho ncar fu turo. Deer seom to bo quito plontiful this spring. Anothor ouo was soon to cross tho road in Irasvillo last wook. F. Tillotson, tho clothfng salesman, was iu towu on Dusiness lastjweok. Androw Blair is vory low. John McLaflin. wl a sawing machine somo timo ago, is ablo to bo at work ouco more. Tho roads woro in such bad condi- tion last weok that it rcquired four uumua iu miui iiu singo. Dan Rich is at work at tho talo mino. P. B. Gaylord has rofused an offcr ui .l, wvj ior iiis inrm. Lawrenco Kelty is attending school uir niujiijiuiiui' Dominary. t F. 0. Carroll has leased his farm to j. aua John McCoughin. Petor Labell, who has been ill this spring, wont to liarro last weok to consuit apnysloian. Tlioro is a mnvnmnnt-. nn fnnt fn o rural freo delivory system. Good worj ioc us nopo it may succecd. Wliat's thn mntt-nr wifli Mm xri tlnnn bridgo is it an ornamont, or an im- iiuvcuiuiii or wnnt.' Miss Emma Joslyn is quito ill. Mrs. John Gravos is in Barro can vassing. Roy Chipmau has moved into O. M Eaton's tenement. Everott Daniols is in Monkton, call- eu tnoro Dy tlio ninoss of his fathor. Mrs. L. M. Learnod visited friends in Warren last wcok. May has been an inclomont month thus far, but tho meadows havo takon on a boautiful greon, tho loavos nro beginuing to nppenr and all Naturo is at hor best with tho oxcoption of tlio weather. Landlord Carpentor intonds im proving tho nppearanco of his hotol and othor buildiugs with a now coat of paint soon. Waitsfield has ostnblishod a firo alarm. In caso of flro, tho steam whis tlo at tho mill will givo threo blasts and ropeat. Cnlvin Mahuron was iu Morotown ou businoss ouo day lnst wook. A quito sovoro suosv storm visited this placo Friday iioon lasting until Saturday morning. Oscar Poland was in Middlosox on business last weok. Alba Mahuron has boon stopping at tho Waitsfield Houso tho past weok. Dr. Dalrymplo, tho Rutland dontist, wns n LrUf'Sf, at. Hin Wnltcdnlrl nnimn n f7 - P I ..HI1H,.. L. portion of lnst weok. Mrs. J. E. Badgor rouiains about tho samo. Willinm Mnrslinll ia n.iflmwl called thoro by tho illuoss of hiB son, Dr. Slayton of Warron, mado a businoss trip to this placo on Satur day. WAITS RIVER. Chester Maonnn hna mnvnrl nfr fli' houso ownod by Mrs. Dorman Mngoon. Mrs. John Cnrtor has roturned to hor old homo for tho Bummor. Sovon cows woro brought from Gro ton nn Tlinrsilav in hn rai nn 2' v bHU town farm. which nmkns Kiivnnhon m nll. E. A. Millor has movod in with James Richardson. THOSE WHO KNOW of our salos in thc past know tlmt this mcans tlio trnnsferring of moro than $20,000.00 worth of Kcal Estatc in May. Bolow nro somo of our invcstmcnts. TWO-TENEMENT HOUSE with bascmcnt nimngcd for store, small bum and about ncro of lnnd locatod in South Barre. Rcnts for 820 ier month to good tenants. Pricc only 81800. Ternis easy. FOUR-TENEHENT BLOCK and COTTAQE. This property pays 8528.00 pcr year, which is moro than 12 ptr cont on prico nsked. Locnted on 1'erry street. ono of tho best locations in the eity. is always rentcd to good-paymg vnlue. Largc lot contains 3-4 ncro 5i,uuu.uu iiown ; balnncc at 5 por cont. FOUR-TENEMENT HOUSE. Don't spend nny moro timo looking for a good invostment, but lot u s show you this property. Two minutes walk to stroot c.nv. fivn. in Rtnn n slieds or depot. Rcnts lbr 840 pcr LARQE HOUSE. Suitablc for threo families in ono of tlio bost locations in Barro where thc best class of tonants can bc secured. Only three minutes' walk from Spaulding school. This house is in iirst-class condition. Largo lot con taining 1-4 ncro of lancl. This mnkes nn investmont which pays bettor than 7 1-2 pcr csnt on 5-5000 abovo all exponses. Pricc only 8-1G00. DON'T buy Real Estato that will dopreciate in vnlue when wo have a lnrge assoi ment that is surc to apprecinte cve.y year. Wo are real estatomcn and mako a spccialty of always having n largo list of bargains and investments in rcal estato of nll kihds. Call on or address Tlie Y. A.. Perry Roal Estato Agency, QORDON'S BLOCK. BARRE, VT Oharlio Savago hs flnished work for O. G. Eatou and has gono to West wood, Mass., whoro ho is to work for Dr. A. W. Gorham. Dr. Hookor of Waterbury was in town Friday to seo Mrs. Cassius Jos liu and Mrs. J. H. Hastings. Dr. H. T. J. Howo was called to Wntorbury Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Carroll roturned from Boston, Saturday evening. R. J. McAllister has his new barn up and boardod. Owing to cold woathor of the last fow days but vory littlo planting hns been dono by tho farmers. Rufus Buoklin is quito ill ; ho has a nurso from Burlington cariug for him. Howard Howe roturned Saturday night from Now York and is stopping at J. Carpontor's for tlio present. Rov, R. F. Lowo of Barro is to speak at tho Methodist church Tues day evoning, May 20, in tho intercsts of tho anti-saloon league. All aro in vitcd to attend. EAST CORINTH. Doctors J. C. Doud and Mary W. Olark, who havo beon visiting in town, roturnod to their home in Mod ford, Mass , on Monday. O. M. Blako of Boston was iii town a fow days last week. Georgo Jackson has moved to his farm for tho summer. Childron's Day will bo observed as usual- in June. Several of tho young pooplo in this villago havo purchased bioyolos. Mrs. Randall, who has beon in Groton has roturned. ' EAST WARREN. Mrs. A. M. Dickiuson died May 7, at tho homo of her dauglitor in Bur lington. Tho remains wero brought horo for intorment and tho funoral was hold at tho church Friday, Rov. William Hazou of Northfield, offloiat ing. Sho was formorlv of this nlaco nnd loaves a host of friends. Sho was a noblo Christian woman and boloved of all. Mrs. E. A. Eldridge died last Suu day. Tho Ladies Mito society will moet Thursday nfternoon, May 15, with Mrs. L. II. Brighnm. All aro cordially in vitod. Mrs. M. A. Hyser of Randolph, is spouding a fow wooks in town. Oant. James Eldrodco from Raudolnh was callod horo last Saturday on ac count of tho illuoss of his mothor. Mrs. Mary Hall, who spont tho wiutor nt Jamcs Glufliu's. hns couo baok to hor own liouso. BRADFORD CENTER. Frank Styles, the blacksmith. has ar- rived from Porter, Maine. He has rented the Canada shop where he will commence work at once, askincr his old customers to give him a call. He will stay at N. F. Kelley's till his wife arrives. Mrs. Dolly Gitehell lies very low with heart failure. Her recovery is doubtful. Arthur McClure commenced work on the railroad witli tho steel canc on Mon day. Mrs. J, D. Welton has gone to Groton on a visit to her sister and friends there Miss Langmaid is stopping at J. D. Welton's for the present. Leo McClure, who learned his trade as a blacksmith of Frank Styles, has gone into business for himself at West Charles ton, and is doing exceedingly well. N. F. Kelley is very ill with heart trouble. Dr. Wilson is attendlnc him. Miss Mabel Hartwell is teaching in the Craft District. ALL WEALTH is tmcfnblc bnck to Kenl Estnlc antl tlio snfbHt proporty in tlio long rnn is improved und uniniprovcd lancl. Oom II o o if you nro thinking of invosttncnts in fnrms or hny kind of Renl Estuto. Wh.y ? Becaitso wo liavo deterniined to soll moro rcal ostato this month tlmn in nny ono month of our history. tenants and is surc to npprcci of lund. Pricc, 8-1 200.00. T cciatc in 'erms, month. Pricc until May 31 onlv 83f0 0 Legal Notices. ESTATE OF 110SWEM, I.AIKD. State of Veii.mont, Distiuct op Washington, &.s. In l'n.bate Court, lu-M lu Montpelier. In and for saljl District, on tlie lOtli ilay of Jlny. A. 1J. "m J !1"1; u-,".".v.7f ? A',l'"t's"-atur of tlie estate or District. ilecea.ed, mal.es aiipllcatlon to sad Court, with the conseut anil approbatlon lu wrltlr of the wl.low and helr.sol sM deceased. resldlnir In tho fctate of Vermont, forllcense to sell all of the i,!'.n.r'il.t,e. Vf. '.lM '!:caed. tltuated ln Cabot, sMd District, to wt: Home place, also about elKht acrcsol wood laml. InclndlnK the lnterest of the wldovv of sal.l deceased thereln and thc home stcad rljiM. reptcseiitliiK that tho sale thereof would bo bcuellclal to the Ido and helrs of sald de ceased. and those luterested In hli estate, iu ordcr to convert sald real estate Into money. V heretipon,ltlsorde!ed by sald Court, that eald apn lcat on bo reterred to a sesslon thereof, to bo held at thc l'robate Offlce. In s.dil .Montpelier, on tha ? w.r',yor A- D;'.for hearluK and lec sion i .,TC0,.':i' ulltI.'".r,tl,;r 0"lcrcd. that all persom Intcrestwl bo notined hereof, by j)UblIcallou ot notlce ofsald apnllcatlon and ordcr thereon. three weeks H.C.Ci"if'y '" tlle VEHMO.NT WATCIHIAN AND SlnJ T.0U.1,'-'A h'. a "ospaper publlshed at .Mont 5 ,m'" "' 3 Me' , nl"' l'lch clrculafs In the nelKhborhood of thoso luterested before sald time of hearlnir, that they may appear at sald time and place. aud, lt they sec cause, ol.Ject thereto. Hy the Court Attvst. 20 IIIItAJl CAHLETO.V, JudKe. ESTATE OP CIIAIILESE. WEEKS. State or vehmont, DlSTItlCT OF WaH1NOTON, 3.S. I:tiatJ. Oi.urt. held at Montpelier, In and for sald District. on the 10th day of May, A. D., 1!02S CIIAHI.es E. W tEks. late of East Montpellf r.ln sald District. deceased, uiiikea appllcatlon to sald Court, lor llcense to soll nll of the real estate or sald de ceased, sltuated lu East Montpelier, In sald District, to w: Home place except the home Btcad thereln, represeutln)? that the sale thereof Is necessary for the payment of tho debls of sald estate '""l the expenses of admlnlstratlon of his Whercupon.itlsordiTedby saM Court, that sald apnllcatlon bo refcrreil to a sesslon thereof, to be held at the I'robato Offlce, lu sald Montpelier, on tho 3 st day of .May. A. D. 19i,-. for hcarluR aud de clslon thertou, and, it Is further ordered, that all persons luterested be notlfled hereof. by publicatlon of nptlce ofsald appllcatlon and order thereon, three Vi;ikVuccl-',5'.v;'' ' tl' Vehmont Watciiuan and State Jouu.nal, a newspaper publlshed at .Montneller, In thU State, and which circulates In tho nelRhborliood of those luterested before 6aid time of hearluK, that they may appear at sald lluie and place, and, If they see cause, oblect thereto. lly tho Court Attest. M"52 IIIltAM CAKLETOK, Judge. NOTICEOFEIIISTJIEETINO OF CKEDITOKS. In tho District Court of the United States, for the District of Vermont, iu baulti uplcy rupf '" m!ltter of KDWAiai J. DOWNS, bank- To'tho crcdltors of EDWAKD J. DOWNS, of nilrM "frel",te, County of Washlnitton, and. Notlce Is hereby kIvcii tlmt on thu 10th day or iebruary, A.I). l.Mho sald EDWAKD J. DOWNS was duly adjudlcate.1 bankrupti aud that the flrst meetlng of his credltors will be held at the olHco of tho undcrslmied. Itnom No. 6. U. S. Post Offlce nulldlnK, In .Montpelier, on the Jltli lay ol May. A. 11. IW. at ten oVlock lu tho forcnoon, at which time the sald credltors may attend, proYe their clalins. appolut a trustee, e.amlno the lank rnpt, and transact such other busluess as may rror erly come bcforo sald meetlntr, EDWAHD II. DEAV1TT. . ,, ... ,, , Helcree In llaukruptcy Montpelier, Vt .May 1J, Ur. ' ' Dr. Emmons5 Monthly Kei-ulator, lin. lnnugnthapnlnessto hunilrciU of auxtous oimn, Thcro le poal. tlvely noother remtcly knuuntomcdlcaUcl. cnco that will go quhAly anil eafely do tho work. J.oi)RCBt anUiii'wtolj-ulnatelrrefrular. ltles from nny caiisorelleveilctonce. Success guarantccil at any staKO. No raln, danirer, pr lutorfcrcnco with work. Havo rcllcred Iiundrcils ot cascs whcro othcrs havo fnlled. Tho mostUlfflcultcaos sucoeBSfully treatcd uy m.ill.ancl bcneflcial roiiults suarantceit In ivcrytnstnnco.NorUkwliatsoover. Wttrcat numlrciUof ladies r"omWonevcr eco. Wrlto roryaluablopartlc-iarsaiM freoconlidcntlal ailvlco. AUU'tterstrutlifuIlransn'ercd. Jto. uicmber.thls rcmcdy In abdolutely eafo under 3Tcry posslblo conultlon and poMtlvely loavos no after III otlect upon tho health. Ily tnall, eectiroly scalcd, J.oo. Ail money Nt.errtB,V?J1JLlL'r?81"terV- Addres. DIC J.W.KMMONS CO..rOT?omontSt.. Uostor UAin I1AIOAU r A K IV t If :n t Clftmei anil beutinci tho htlx;' rroinoi f p lu i url ftnl etow tru Kever Fnila to Ileatore Oray llotr to it YouthfUl Oolor. mTPnta J)plni(Tntl hairftUinj. ..... oi.n ttuy-n.t.. STOPS THU OOUGH AND WORK OFF THE COLD, Laxntivo Bronio-Quinino Tablots curo a cold iu ono day. No Curo, no Pny. Prico 85o,