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VEEMONT WATUIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, THUltSUAY, JUNE 4, 1003.
Dr. Humphreys. After flfty yonrs Dr. ITunipliroytf Speclflca cnjoy tlio Brontost popnlnrity fcul lnrgost snlo in tholr Listory, iluo to fctrlnslo mcrit. Tlicy curo tlio slclc. po, cciies. rnicEa, 1 Fovcra, Congcstlona, Inflammatlons. .'45 tt Woriii, Worm Fover, Worm Collc... .85 3 TcclliliiK, Collc.Crylng.Wakcf ulncss ,US 4- lllnrrlica, of Chliarca or Adults 85 7- CoiibIis, Colds.Bronehltls.......'. '25 8- curnlsln, Toothncho, Knccacho 25 9- IIcndnclic,SlcklIondaclic,Vertlgo.. .25 10- l)yiiciln,IndlgcstIon,WcakStomnch.a5 11 BniiIircMCii orl'nlnrul TcrloJ 85 12 White. Too Prof uso l'crlods 25 13- Croiip, Lnryimllln, Hoarsoness 25 1-1-Snlt IUiriiin.Eryslpclas.Eruptloiis:.. .25 IB Itliciimntlani, Hhcumatlo l'aln 25 1 G Mnlnrln, Chllls, Fover nnd Aguo 85 10 Cntnrrli, lutlucnza, CoM ln tho Hcad .25 UO-Wlioopliie-l'onali 85 87 Kldiicy DNctmca 25 08-Xcrvoiu Hcblllty 1.00 30-Urlnnry WcnhncM. Wettlng 13od.. .25 7-Orli, HayFcvcr 25 Sold by drngglsts, or scnt on rccclpt of prlco. 3- Dr. Humphreys' New Pocket Manual of all Disenses mallcd frco. Humphreys' Mcdiclno Co., Cor. Wllllam aniJ Joha Sts.. New Yorlt. NORTHFIELD. Miss Miiiuio Stevous is nlowly iin provinn from n sorious lllnoss with iioinorrlmgos of tlio luiigs. Dr. II. II. Wnlling is vory lov Mrs. Wnlling reirmiiiH nbout thc samo. Tlio bnll Biimo ou Fridny botwoon tlio Moutpolior liigli school iuil tho NortlifloUlJnuiors ros'iltod iu n vic tory for tho North flelrt tonm by n ecoro of 22 to 6. A lnrRO nnmbor of high school pnplls from Moutpolior cnruo iu a tnlly-fio aud oujoyed n diuioo iu tho ovouing at Dowoy hnll, tho cadots' orchostru fnmishiiig niu sic. A vory plonstiut timo is roportctl. Tho Northflold gradod school closed Fridny aftoruoou. Tho lowor gradcs assouiblod in rooni 7 whero pro-JIo-uiorinl oxorcisos woro held by tho diil'orout grades. Kov. E. W. Sharpo spoko vory outortaiuiugly to tho ehil drou. Oapt. . 11. Hovoy wns iu Moutpo lior, Friday, ou busiuoss. Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph Wood of Mont pelier woro iu towu sovoral days last week ou accouut of tho illuoss of Mrs. Wood's ruothor, Mrs. Ellu ohlolBworth. Oharlos A. Plmnloy was ,iu South Loudoudorry sovoral days last weok. Souator Walbridge of Concord was iu towu sovoral days last weok ou bus iuoss couuootod with tho Northflold diroctory ot whioh ho has chargo. A uow tolophouo has beou iustallod iu 0. S. Richmoud's storo. Miss NollioMayo loft ou Friday for Woodstook, whero she as omploy meut at tho Woodstock Iuu for tho summor. Oards aro out auuouuciug tho mar riago of Miss Canio M. Onshuiau to Joseph T. Lauco; also Miss Ella F. Lovell to Prof. Oarl V. Woodbury; both to tako place Juuo 17. Oadot Ralph Giltuau visitod in Stowe last week. Rev. Walter Dole was callod to East Grauvillo ou Woduesday to oOlciate at the fuuoral of Georgo Buttorliold of that place. Rov. P. J. Dohouy of St. Albaus is visiting his parouts. E. E. Oanipboll, wifo nnd two chil dreu of Waterbury woro visitors at the horne of Houior Douuy ovor Suuday. Mrs. Mary Blood has roturned from the west, whero she has beou visitiug hor two sous. Mis. Kate Sopor of Randolph is soon to movo hor honsohhold goods hore aud will resido on Coutral stroot. Horaco aud Mary Pratt of Barre wero iu towu ou Saturday. Tho Grand Ohaptor, Ordor Easteru Star, is to hold a couvention horo Juuo 2 aud II. Naouii Chaptor, No. 18, will oxomplify dogroo work Tuos day eveuiug ou two caudidatos, after which refreshinouts will bo sorved. Ou Woduesday tho Grand Ohaptor will hold oloctiou of ofHcors aud trausact other busiuoss. A large delogatiou is expeotod. Tho base ball gnme ou Saturday aftoruoou botwoon tho Moutpolier clorks aud tho Northflold Juniors ro sulted iu a victory for tho Juuiors by a scoro of 1!) to 5. Tlio gauio was played at tho Norwich Uuivorsity caiupus. Charles Suiith had the misfortoue to sovor au nrtory in his haud on Friday. whilo a't work cuttiug stouo. Dr. .1. H. Judkius dressed tlio hnud Hobor Oady roturuod on Saturday from Bostou. Mrs. 0. W. Sto'olo of Barro wns iu towu, Saturday. Matthias Caunou's horso benauie f rightouod at au aatomobilo oii Friday. Tho wagou was ovorturned aud a brokou whilllotreo resulted. Miss Frances Abbott of Worces,tor is a viBitor at tho homo of Waltor Ordway. Tho grnduatiug oxoroiBea of tho high sohool aro to tako placo at concert hall ou Thursday ovoning. Ou Friday ovouing a bauquot cf tho aluuini will bo hold at the Northflold Houso, fol-i lowod by a rocoptiou iu ariuory hall. Prosideut and Mrs. Browu eutor tained tho seuior olass nf Norwich Uuivorsity on Friday ovoniup;. A vory pleasant timo iB roported. Rov. and Mrs. E. W. Sharp tondered a rocoptiou tn tho seuior olass of tho high sohool on Wodnosday ovoning. Mr. aud Mrs. Frauk Logior aud Mr. aud Mrs. Sargeut Fronoh woro iu Barre ou Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Bnz.ell of East Roxbury woro iu towu on Mouday Myra Morso of BarrO was at homo, Suuday. 0. "V. Kout wns .u East Oulais last weok. Miss Martha Hazon of Montpelier was at homo ou buuday. Miss Graco Iugalls wns at homo from Barro to spoud Momorinl Day. Oross Brothors' stono shod was shut down sovoral days last wook, whilo taking accouut of st.ook. Mr. aud Mrs. Jamos Gillin and son aud Mr. and Mrs. Irving Itorr aud Take Laxative Bromo Qumme Tabiets. Seven MiUIon boxcs sold In post 12 raonths. ThlS Slgltatore, IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. Wliat a Heap of Happiness it Would Bringto Montpelier Homes. Ilard to do honsowork with an nch iug baok; hours of misory at loisure or at work. If womou only know tho causo ; baokaoho paius f roiu sick kid noys. Doau's Kidnoy Pills will ouro it. Moutpolior pooplo oudorso this: Mrs. Houry J. Suow, of 177 Elm stroot, says: "Whou sullortng sovoro ly from backacho, aud it was almost couHtanr. a friond advisod mo to go to W. E. Poolo's drug storo, buy Doau's Kiduoy Pills aud tako a courso of tho trcatmout. In addition to tho back acho thoro was dlstross iu my hoad and a tired feoliug which porsistontly oluug to mo dosplto tl.o faot that I usod moro thau ouo romedy I saw ad vortisod in our papors. Doau's Kid uoy Pills wout direot to tho sourco of tho trouulo aud in a ronrarkably short timo tho baokacho aud hoadacho dis appoarod." For salo by all doalors. Pnco CO couts. Fostor-Milburu Co., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agouts for tho Uuitod Statcs. Romombor tho nauio Doaus' aud take uo snbstitute. child wero iu Hiuesburg sovoral days last week. Tiuiothy Ilollaud. Jr., is at homo from Oouuocticut for soveral weoks. Mrs. Alviua Marsli is vory ill at tho towu farm'. li'rod Korr nnd wifo of Moutpolior visited at John Averill 's last weok. Tho ladies of tho Congrogatioual sooioty sorved a diuuor iu Howo's hall ou Saturday to a largo numbor. Quito a sum was realized. Eduiuud .Toslyu of Bostou is visitiug his brothor, A. A. Jcslyu. Oharlos Davis of Now York was iu towu on bnsiuess sovoral days last woek. The fuuoral of Eddio Sullivau. acod thirteou years, who diod fo suddouly ou Tuosday uightof hoart failuro, was hold from the Catholic church ou Thursday moruing Rov. Fathor O'Noil olllciatiug, aud attondod by tho pnpils of tlio high aud grammar sohools. Eddio was au oxcontiouallv bright little follow aud would hnvo onterod tho sophomoro class of tho high school at the opauing of the fall torm. llo will bo greatly missou by his toachers and .schoolmates, with wliom ho was a favorito. Much svm- pathy is oxprossed for his father aud urothors aud sistors. Bunal was iu the Oatholio comotory. Tho graduatiug oxorcisos of the grammar school woro held iu coucert lall ou Friday ovening. Memorial Day was oL'served ou Sat urday, tho services boiug iu chargo of Boyntou Post. Iu tho morning details woro sont to tlio surroundiui;' como- teries to docorate tlio graves of dead comrades. At 1 :!J0 o'clock a procos siou formed at tho couimou aud Post Boynton and Post Johnsou, hoaded by tho Northfield coruot baud aud escort ed by tho Norwich cadets, procoedod to Hilmwoou comotory whero sorvices wero hold by Post Boyutou. Threo vollcys woio flrod, taps woro soaud ed by tho cadots aud thoy ro turned to concort hall, whuro IIou. J. A. DeBoor of Moutpolior dolivorod au oloquout address. Thoro wns also some flno musio by tho baud. Major F. L. H owo aotod as marshal. Mrs. Emma Gilliu and dauehtor. Lois. loft today for a threo weoks' visit iu FiauKlin Falls. N. H. Miss Molly McOluro was in towu on Suuday, visitiug at tho homo of Dr. Georgo Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Moiso. of Barre woro visitors iu town Suuday. Rov. E. W. Sharp proachcd tho bac- calauroato sormou to tho graduatiug olass of tho high school on Suuday ovoning. Miss Nollio Murphy diod at the hos- pital at Hauovor, N. H. ou Suuday after a briof illness. Tho immodiato causo of doath was Bright's diseaso. The deceased, -svho was nbout thirty yeais of ago, will bo pleasautly ro momborod horo hnviug bcon a froquout visitor at tho homo of John McOarty, whore by by hor social disposition sho has mado may warm frionds who sin corly niouni hor uutimoly doath. iTho uurial will take placo iu Malono. JN. Y. Norwich Uuiversity dofeated Bostou Uuivorsity ou Thursday in ouo of tho best played games of tho season. Bos tou was unablo to do auytliing with Morris, tho Norwich pitcher, gotting ouly ouo hit whilo Norwich sooured four hitB oif Powors. Tho gamo wns callod iu Bostou's half of the slxth iu uing with ouo out and ouo ou baees ou acuonnt of rain. Scoro: Norwich !3, Bostou 1. James W., commonly knowu as "Luoy" McOarty, diod ntv tho home of liis mothnr, Mrs. Haunnh McOar ty, iu Northfield ou Saturday aftor uoou abont oue o'clook, tlio diruot causo of his doath boiug plourisy. Ho was tho yonugest of a family of oight ohildrou aud , his ago was thirty-llvo yoars. For sovoral yoais ho wns a brakoniati ou tho Coutral Voimont railroad. Ou leaViug the omploy of tho railway conipatiy ho ouliBtod as a privato in Company F, sorviug with that compauyat Ohikcnmauga durjng tho Spuuish-Amoricaii war. "Lucy" waa a warm ueartoci louow nuti pos- sossou mauy irionua wno wui miss liis familinr flguro ou tho stroots. Tho fuuoral took place on Tuosday morn iug from tho Oatholio ohuroh, Rov. J, iJ. U'JNoll oinoiating, nuti uurial was in tho Oatholio comotory. To Cure a Cold in One Day WILLIAMSTOWN. "At tho formation of tlio Oarpoutors' Uniou, lnst wook, 0. J. Oram was olootod prosldoutj Eugouo Ontl, vlco prosldout; Houry Poolo, rccording soorotnryj John A. Porry, lliianoial socretary. 1 s'ajl Mrs. Mattio Walkor Dowoy, who is stayiug in tho family of hor uuclo, Kuos F. Walkor, wout to Woousockot, R. I., lnst wook for n visit. Rov. D. II. Strong is oxpootod to bo nt his post again noxt Suuday. Prof. Olinton A. Strong, ouly son of our ox-townswomau, Mrs. Sarah Bass Stroug, now of Wosthamptou, Mnss., nnd Miss Lilln J. Nowkirk of Enst huuipton, Mnss., will bo mnrriod ou the 17th iust. Tho wodding of Borthn Sprnguo and Notris Wiggin occurrod at noou, last wook Woduesday nt tho homo of tho brido's parouts, Mr. aud Mis. Willnrd Spraguo, Rov. William Schoflold ofli cintiug. Poil Wiggin, n brothor of tho groom was tho best mnn, nud Miss EloauorColoof Marshflold, was bridos maid. Tho brido lookod vory protty iu a dross of croam colorod cashuioro combiuod with satin. "Tho prosonts woro of groat varioty nud bonutiful" says ouo. A diunor wn's sorved to quito a largo nnmbor of iuvitod guosts. Mr. aud Mrs. Wiggin startod tho samo aftoruoon in a carriago for his old homo noar Manchester, N. H., whoro thoro wns to bo a sort of family ro union last Saturday. Thoy will visit Bostou boforo thoir roturu tho last of this woek, porhnps. Wo liuvo just beou told n snd story of a doHCOudent of ouo of tlio bost familios of our towu iu au oarlier day now liviug in n high liconso city of our Stato. Ho had boon a dissipatod porsou for somo timo bnt a year ugo or so, had succooded iu resistiug tho driuk liabit. Thou cnmo tho recout opeuing of saloous in tho city and a roturu of tho old liabit in conscquouco. Frod A. Fliut, liviug ou tho liuo of Washington in tho northeastorn quar tor of our jilnco has just buriod his mothor, tho widow of tho lato Luoius Flint. Two sous aud a daughtor sur vivo hor. Sho cnmo horo yoars ago wo boliovo from Couuecticut and was estoomed as a good womnu. Goorge Abbott nud wifo of North field visitod iu towu last week. Mr. Abbott has boon iu poor hoalth this last spring tho troublo haviug beon with tho livor. Whou uothing olso soonied to olfer much roliof ho began to 'tako Sprudol Salts, on tho rocom moudatiou of a Gormau aud thoy proVed to bo just the thing for him, as ho is gainiug uow. Tho Mr. Huntoon, who camo horo from Barro a year and moro ago, as a foremau for tho Groarson-Bookott Granito Co., is no lougor workiug for this compauy but talks of going iuto busiuoss for himself hore.' It is said that Grauito Cutter John Hall, liviug on tho Calvin Flint placo, may go iuto company with him. Iiuportaut if true, tho roport thnt tho old Euoch Howo houso may bo oc cupied by a Barre man who will eu gago in the saddlory aud shoe busi uess. Ouo of our facotious grauito cut ters. who is uot a monilier of auy of tho othor uiuoteou orgauizatious thau tho Grauito Outtors' Union, thiuks his uniou may have to havo ts moetings uooutimes to euablo all tho mombors to bo prosout. Tho woather last Saturday was most favorablo for Memorial Day oxorcisss horo, which passed offi very pleasautly. Tho childron who hnd boon trniued by our villngo school toachers did thoir work well : tho musio both vocal aud instruuioutal was good, aud tlio address by Rov. EIIlo K. Jouos of Barro wns highly enjoyod. It seompd to ns ouo of tho best thnt has beou heard horo, ou such occasious, iu both mntter and mauuor tho womanly olo moiit iu it addiug n fiue zost. Thero was a rofroshiug nbsour.e of nll statis- tics in tho nddress which sorved both ns a momorinl of tho noblo doeds of 1801 to 18G5 aud as au inspiration to outor iuto tho great coutests, that now cnll for tho bost possiblo mnu hood aud tJint will coutinuo to call for it, till rigut and gooduess shall triumph o vory whoro in our world. Tho lessous of tho past tho spoaker be hoved teach that a day is comiug whou all ovil ou carth shall bo put dowu haviug beou. ovorcome iu tho great battlo of tho right against it. Is thoro a'youo of us who doos not ieol that tho worth of such a day as last Siturday horo, is iuostimablo iu all its patriotio aud othor uoblo les sous? Miss Clogstou who tenchos in tho quarry distriot has boon oleotod super intoudeut of schools in hor own towu, Worcestor, aud will havo to tako bouio timo for hor work thoro. Grauitoville was viotorious in a baso ball gamo horo, with our own playors last Saturday. Snoh was tho domaud for flowors hcrebouts for Memorial Day uses thnt tho MiBses Robiuson iu our villago had calls for flowors from Barro aud Mout polior. Flowers woro sent to tho sexton of tho villngo comotory, Thomns J. Po lnud, from Spriugflold to placo lnst Saturday upou tho gravo of tho young Uulvorsalist miuistor, Mr. Robiu son, who died of tho sruall pox horo somo years ago. Molviu Ohurch was iu towu last Sat urday. Thofo was frost horo last Sunday aud Mouday moruiugs. Mrs. Martiu Simous lms boeu quito ill iu tho lnst week nud coufluod to tho bed. Mrs. Edson S. Martiu uow of Barro iB Btayiug horo for u little timo. Woll worth uoting is a faot givou us tho othor day couroming a modol fnm ily in our towu in whioh thoro is uot a donf aud dumb momber. Ouo who has boon au iumato of this family for somo six yenrs has uovor hoard a oross vord spokou botwoon hubsaud and wifo. EAST ORANGE. Mrs. J, Burgiu spont Fovoral days in towu roceutly visiting old frionds. Loroy Cploman of East Barro iocont- Curcs Crip In Two Days. on every yrmri box. 25c CASTDR1A Afcgc(able PrcpnralionrorAs slmilaling HicFoodandHcgula Ung Uic Sloinachs andBowcls of Promolcs Digcslion.Chccrful nessantinesl.Conlalns neilhcr Opium.Morpliine norIiiicral. NOT "Naiic OTIC . Xttye ofOUtirSMWELPlTClIKR Mx.Snuui Srrrl Jlfitmmt -lli CtatamltScda llerrttSrfil' ClmiTuiSugnr iintrfywi rttnvn Aperfccl Hcmetly forConsUpa Tlon, Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca Vorms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish ncss anttLoss OF SLEEP. FacSunilo Si'gnnlure of NEWYORK. EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER. ly visited relatives horo for a few days. Vornio Grant was at homo from Bradford on Suuday. Soveral from this nido of tlio hill at tondod tho danco at Washington on Friday oveuing. E. L. Sauboru aud wifo visitod iu Waterbury, Barro aud Moutpolior a portiou of last week. Rob Hoyt has been spondiug sevoral days with his mothor, roturning to his work in Barro the flrst of tho week. Poles aro boing snt to counect tlio telophono liuo from Corinth at G. W. Davis' with tho East Oraugo liuo. A. G. Button is at Burliuctou hos pital for treatmout. EAST WARREN. J. J. Elliott, who is building a largo barn ospeots to havo it raised this woek. A son wn boru to Mr. aud Mrs. Julo Sovory, May 20. Mrs. Joo Tiornoy nud childron nre spondiug sovoral weoks with frionds iu Riptou. Mrs. A. E. Eldredgo is spendiug a few weoks iu Waterbury and Burling ton. Mr. au.l Mrs. J. 0. Gleasou aro visiting in Rochester. Thoy expoct to visit iu Bethol and Randolph boforo thoy roturu. Mrs. Georgo 0. Long from Barton is sponding n fow woeks in towu. HOUN OF THE MOON. J. Austin Paiuo spent Saturday aud Suuday at homo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooley woro nt William Cooloy's last Woduesday. Mrs. Ann Dillou has roturned from a threo weoks' stay with Mrs. 0. E. Bugbee. W. P. Gladdiug aud family, Mr. and Mrs. P.. 0. JaokBou, spent Satur day aud Sunday iu Barre. Bocauso of tho ill hoalth of hor mothor, Mrs. Libby Cartor is spoud iug tho summor nt Mr. Harpan'si Eri Morso has changod boardiug plaoes for tho North childron. Tho boy lms gouo to Hnrvoy Jncobs' nud tlio giris aro to boara at ti. ti. Ains worth's. SOUTH WOODBURY. A party of twelvo cousistiug of Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Goodoll and son Harvoy aud urano Moiimstry, Mr. aud Mrs. A. M. Boujamin and daughtor Oora Evolyn, Mr. aud Mrs. Bort Whoolor and dauehtor Mariou, Mrs. Edgar J, Bauks aud Valma Wilbor, took a drivo to Onspian lnko ou Momorinl Dny whoro thoy hnd a piouio which was much enjoyod. Miss Lucy Sabiu of Burlington is fipoutiing a tow dnys' vacation witli hor mothor, Mrs. Satira Sabiu. Tho littlo son of Mrs. Kate Sumuo1 has boon quito ill with tousilitis, bu1 is bottor. -Quito n doleaatiou from this placo wout to Hardwick last Saturday uight to soo tlio play "Tlio tatolou Will." Mrs. Millio Pray hrfs boon BnfJForiug qnito badly for tho past two wooks with n hard cold, also Mrs. Y. D. Bailoyj bDth aro bottor. R. M. Pray spoht two days liiBt weok nt Onspaiu lako with Ervin Wil bor. Mrs. Oharlio Wheolor from Hopo dnlo, Mass., is Htopping n fow days with hor couslu, Graco Buruhaui. Ladies and Chlldren Invited. All lndios nud ohildrou who caimot staud tho Bhocklug strain of Inxntivo syrups, cntharticB, ota., aro invitod to try tho Littlo Early Risors. Thoy nro diffpront from all othor pills. Thoy do uot purgo tho syBtom. Evon a doublo doso will uot gripo, woakon or sickou; mauy pooplo oall them tho Easy Pill. W. II. Howoll, Hous ton, Tox., says nothiug botter uau bo usod for constipation, sicl: hondnoho, oto. Bob Mooro, Lnfnyotto, Ind., says nll othors gripo nnd sickou whilo De Witt's Littlo Early RlserB do thelr work woll aud oasy. Sold by Rivora Bros. CASTORIA For'infanta and Childron. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THK OCNTAUR COMPANY. NCW YOHH OITT. FISimilMlStT MJSET. A, W. Ferrin pleasautly outortained n distiuguished party of flshermeu nt his homo ou Terraco streot Friday oveu iug. In roality thoy neodod uo euter tnining nor formnl introdnctious, for in parties of flve, six, soveu nud moro iu' numbor thoy hnvo gnthered auuu nlly ou the shores of Greensboro pond for tho lnst twenty-soveu yenrs. The pnrty wns mndo np of tho follow- iug: John W. Peck, Oharlos F. Lowo, 0'nr6nco Whittior, Willinm T. Dowoy, Osmoud D. Olnrk, .Finuk M. Kondall, Frnuk D Dowoy, Riloy 0. Bowers nud Ohnrles H. Forriu. A tho tho littlo hlstory will ndd grently to story of- this gnthoriug, Iu 1870 followiug six geutlemen mndo up the flrst party: Dr. Oharlos A. Bailoy of Los Augeles, Oal., R. F. Koitli of Lynu, Mass, J. W. Peck, O. D. Clark, A. W. Ferrin nud W. T. Dowey . Of tliis party, aftor a poriod of tweuty sovon years, all, nro uow liviug, It may bo that Greensboro poud is tho fouutaiu that Fonco de Leou looked for so many years iu tho vioiuity of Floridn nnd fniled to find becnuso ho did noc como fnr euough uortj'i. This cnu bottor bo dotormined nftor nnoti'or qonrtor of a coutury. Whou tho party was organized a small cottage was built ou the bauks aud overy year has hold a welcomo for uinuy visitors nud frionds from Moutpolior ns thoy journeyed throngh or stopped for a day or two. A record has been kept iu tho cot- tags for oaoh year, of tho differout mombors of tho party, thoir catoh of flsh aud tho list of visitors, mtiking a vory iutorestiug papor for moro ren sous thau ouo. Iu tho iirst placo tho uumborB of visitors in somo yuars would sooin to exceed tho capaoity of tho houso bnt tho men say uo ouo wns ovor turued out for 'lack of room. It is possiblo, too, thnt somo may doubt tho record of catclim iusoribed iu tho roport tor tnoy reaoned ono year (I8t0)as high ns -11)9 flsh, squaro tailod trour, but iu thoso days flsh wero eaught iu grentor numbors nud wore much largor thau' at tho prosout timo It is noodless to roiterato thnt tho party moutiouod nt tho beginiung of tho scory uoeded no outortaining, for flshing storios and incideuts of camp lifo, whon J. W. Pook was ojiief cook nnd bottlo wnshor, flowed forth liko water nud it was aftor midnight bo foro tho party flually adjouruod for littlo sloop boforo ngaiu dolviug into tho intricaoies. of busiuoss lifo, Worst of AU Experiences. Oan auytliing bo worso thau to fool that ovory minute will bo your last? tiuch was tlio oxporiouco ot Mrs. a. li. Nowsou, Dooatur, Ala. "For throo venrs, " bIio writes, "I ondnrod iusnt fornblo paiu from iudigestiou, stomacli aud bowol troublo. Doath seomod in ovitnblo whon doctors nud nll romo dics fnilod. At lougth. I was iuducod to try Elootrio Bittors aud tho rosult was miracnlous. I improved at ouco and now I'iu completoly rocovored" For Livor, Kidnoy, Stomach nud Bowtd troubles Elootrio Bittors is tho ouly modiuluo. Ouly 50o. It's gnar auteod by Q. Blnkoloy, Druggist. 1 ifilP w III B Al. W. Wheelock's Real Estate Agency AND INTELIGENGE OFFIGE At Moutpolior liook Dmdery, have bai galiisln lio'ifloj, lots aud other vnluable proporty, I'laoes wnnted for llret olass olurka, mnlo, hotel ooolc, girls for houae work, laundry work, oto. i r-No exponso for roglsterlng. JLegal Notices. COMMISHIONEltS' NOTIOE. ESTATE OV JtEUItirji 8f.0A.NE. Tlio unilerflftncil ImvliiK t)pcn apnolntcil by tlio IIou. t'rnlmto C'ourt for the Dlstrlct of Washington, toninilsslnncrs, tn rrcolTO, cxaiulno ainl adjuat nll clnlrna and (ltinnii(lsorllporoiiaKnlnt tliocatateof MKItlilM, 8I.0ANE late of Calais, in aald l)l trlct. ikcoaicili and nll clalma cxlilbltccl In olTsct tlicrcto, liercliy Klvo nollco that wo will mcttfor thi' t)iirpoci aforpsalil, at tho homo nf AlnmToljcy, In tho Town nt Calais, ln talil Dlatrlct, on tho 4th Uav ot Juno and 3rd day of Novcmbor, next, rroin 1 o'clook nntll 4 o'clock v. H.. cach nf aald ilnys, and tliat alx inonlln from the 4th day or May. A. I). 1DU3. la tho tlme llniltt'd by aald Court for aald credltors to preaent tliPlr clalms to us for exatnlnatlou and allowance . Datcd nt Calais, tlils 15th day or May, A. I). 1003. HAltUY A. FITCIf, lCommls-20-32 HKU11KN 0. l'AUKEIl, S sloners. ESTATJ5 OV JENNIE MAHY CON VEItSE. Statk ok Vkiisiont, DisTiucT of Washington, sb. In I'rohato Court, held ln Montpelier, ln and for aald Dlttrlot, on tho ll'th dny of May, A. U. 1M3. Charles I.ynian C'onvero, cxccutor nt tho last will Hiid testatnent ol JKNNIB MAHY CONVEItSE, lato cf Montpelier, In sald Dlatrlct, deccaacd, pro senU his admlulstratlon accouut for cxniulnatlon and allowance, and makci appllcatlon for n dccreo of dUtrlhutlon and partltlou of tho eatato or sald ilereased. Whercupon It Is ordered by sald Court, thnt sald ac couut and sald uppllcatlon a rcferred to a scsslon thercof, tu lio held at tho 1'robnlo Omce In sahl Montpelier, on tho Ctli ilay of June, A. I). W3. for hcarliiK and dcclslon tlicrc-oni And, It Is further orilcrod that notlco hcreof bo Klvcn to all pcrsons In tercsted.bypubllcatlon or tho samo threo weekasuc ccsslrcly In the Vkhmont Watciiiax and Statk JOUIIKAL, n newspuper publlabcd at Montpelier, In this Stnte, prevlous to sald tlmu ap polntcd for hearliiK, that thcy may oppcnr at sald ilmo and place, and show cuuso, If auy lliey may have, why sahl acuount shouhl not be alloweu, and such uecree made. IJy thoCourt-Attest, 20-52 II1IIAM CAUI.ETON. Judge. ESTATE OP KMZA L. TUHSEIi. STATK Or TEIIMONT, DISTIUCT Of WASIIINOTOK. SS. ln l'robale Court, held at Montpelier, ln anJ fnr salc Dlstrlct, on tho 2Cth day or 5Iny, A. D, AuInMrumentpiirportlug to bo tbc lnst Will and Testamcnt of Kl.i.A r TlfltNEIt.hilo or .Montpelier, ln sald dlstrlct deceased, belug prustmed to the Court, for l'robale, It 1 ordered by sald Court, that all persons concerui d thereln be notltled to appcar at n tesslon orsald Court, to hu 1 tld atthe I'robuio Olllce In sald Montpelier, on tho l3thdayi,rjuiio,A. I). 11)03, and show cuiise, lt any tl.cy tnay hac, aKalnst tho probato or sald nstrumenl. lor wlilrli mirnnsn It la fiirther ordered, that nOtloe or tbls ordcr be pub llshod three wteks sticceoslvcly In the Vkiimo.NT WATCMSIAM AND STATK JnmiVAt.. n mwanHnnr prlntcd at .Montpelier Iu tlila htate, prevlous to sald Ilmo appolnled tor bcarlufr, tly tho Court. Attest, 31 X 1IIHAM CAIILETON. Judee. KSTATEIOP MAUYIj. GOFF. State of Vehsiost, DISTICICT OF WASItlNQTO.V, S. 8. In I'rohato Court. held ln Montnpltpr. ln nnd fnr sald Dlstrlct. on the 27lh day or May A. I). 180). Sylvcster llanlster, Admlnlstratnrorthe cstato or MAHY L. OOKF, late or Warren, ln sald Dlstrlct, deceased. nresents bls adniln. lstrutlon accouut for uxaralnatlon and allow ance anil makes appllcatlon for a decrce ot dlstrlbutlon und partltlou or tho estato or sald de ceased. . Whereupon It Is ordered hy sald Court, that sald account nnd Eald appllcatlon bo referrcd to a SCSSlon thcreof. to be beld at the 1'rnhntA ontrp ln sald .Montpelier, on the 15th day or June, A. I). IfOtl. ror hearlnir and declstnn therA- on: And.lt Is further ordered that uotlcehereof be giveu to all pcrsons lmcresteil, by publlcallou ol the sanie three wecks succcsslvelv In the Vrii- MONT WATCIIMANANDbTATE JOUltNAL, n liews- paper puuiisneu at Jlontpeller, lu this atate, pre vlous to sald tlme annolntedlor hearlmr.thnt tber may appcar at sald tlme and place, and show cause, If any they may have, why sald accouut should not be alloncd, and such decreo made. Ily the Court. Attest, 21 M IIIItAM CAltLETON. Judxe. COMMISSIONEUS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF JOHN FEItlUS. The Undertli:ncd. hnvln? heru nntwilntpil hv tlip Commlssloners. to recelve. exainlna nnd nilltist nli viuiuis niiu iirniuiius ui aii nfTBuiis aKainst me esiaie JOll.S' FEItltlS, late of Waltsllcld, In sald Dls- irici, ucceascu; anu au clalms exhlbiteu lu olfset thereto, hcrcby plve notlco that wc will meet for the curnoses aforcsald. at tho offlcu 01 J. W. Oreiforv. ln tho town of Waitsfield, lu sald Dlstrlct. on tbe 30thdayor June. and 12tli day of November next. from 1 o'clock untll 4 o'clock p. M., each orsald davs. uiiuiiiaisix moniusirom 1110 i.inuayoi uav, a. jj.. 13U3: ls thu tlme llmlted by sald Court for sald credlt ors to present thelr clalms to us lor cxamlnatlon and aiiowancc. Datedat Waitsfield, this 201h dav nf Mar. A. T). 19U3. ui.iiii uuitr.uuHi, ( wiilllD 21-23 QEOUOE N. UILLINGS, SIO.NKUS RESOLUTIONS. Resolutious adontod by Mad River Lodgo No. 77 ou tho doath of Brothor Johni'erris: Whoroas iu his luiinite wisdom. our heaveulv Mastor has agaiu pormittea tho roloutless haud of deatli to iuvado our oirolo nud remove from our midst onr boloved Brothor John Forris, bo it theroforo Resolved, Thnt whilo we nccopt wun uumuio nearts tlio Mastor's will, knowing that witli him all thiugs work togothor for good. Aud it is our M'ish thnt tho influeuco-t;" 'us lifo nua worK wun ns mny ovor romnin. Resolved, Thnt wo exteud tO' his mourniug fnimly, tlius boronved by tno uispensation 01 uiviuo iTovidonce, our henrtfolt sympathy, aud iu tokou of that sympathy we will drapo tho lodgo room with tho emblems of mourniug for threo mouths. Resolved, That n copy of thoso ros olutions bo spread upon the record uooic oi tms lodgo, priuted in ouo or moro of tho couuty papors, aud a copy sout to tho family of our doparted urotuor. O. G. Enton, H. T. J. Howo, Comuiitteo ou Rosolutious. ANY CHURCH or ponags or iustitutiou snpported ny volnutary contributiou will bo civon a liboral qnantity of tho Lougmau & Martiuez i'uro i'amts wnouovor tnoy paint. NOTE : Havo doue so for twouty seven yonrs. Snles : teus of millious of gallous; paintod uoarly two millior nonsos unuor guarantoo to ronaint 1 uot satisfactory : Tho paiut woars for poriods up to oighteeit yonrs. Liusood Oil must bo nddod to tho pnint (dono in two niinutos. ) Actual cost thou about 1.23 a gallon. Samplcs froo boui uy our agouts. Barrows & Pook, Montpelier. Palmor Pharmaoy. Watorbnry. Frod Porriu, Plainfield. Estato of O. D. Edgortou, North flold. J. Y. Tnylor, Morotown. This Sideboard is Yours If you ordcr our Staudard You Gct thc Pro.fits betweeu factory nuil family iu n haiulsotne prcniluin. Setid today for our New 64-pade llook of Nenrly 250 l'lomlums. (l'urnliurc Bllverwnre, Dln. uer scts, Watches, etc.) ORDBR AN ASSOUTMENT of our Statnlard gCKxls, select iircmlum we wil teud the Iirenuiim at once, with tle eoods, on 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL. You need not pay tis otusiceut uutll entlsfied with I'remluiu nnd G00W4. Koop Whot You Wont-Solltho Rost to your rielghliors ond frlcnds, kceplnp the preiuluin yoursclf for your trouble. Address IOJ,t' Standard Soap Works Boston & Maine Kallroad. Wlntor Arrangomont. IN EFFECT OCT. 13, 1002. Trrtlno Loavo Wolls Rlvor North Bound. :2B a M., dally, prlnclpal itallons to Newport and Montrcal. 35 A. M. ilallv, except Monday for 8t. Jolmsbury. i.ynuon7ine, newport iBiierurooKe ana uueneOt Ricetit Hiindav anrl tnndnv. 52 A.Sf.. for statlons to Newnnrtanrl MhprbronkA (ti V. M., ror prlnclpal statlons to Newport and Mor.trcal, llt 1'. M. for statlons to Newport nd Bherbrookr anu ueuec. 20 1. M., for statlons to Lyndonville, South Bound. 1:95 A.M., except Monday, for prlnclnal itatlons to . ..... j uugiiuu, u orccsier, uosion anu rjpriDg Qeld. 1:56 A.M dally for statlons on W. M. I)., toCon- corn. Manchester, Nashua, worcester, Lowell nu.i DUBLUIl. ;50 A. M.,lrom WoodsvlUe for statlons to Concord and Hoston :5fi A. M for statlons to Vf. It. Junctlon, Concord, iti A, M for statlons on W. M. Dlr. to Concord, Wnrrp.ler nnd lln.tsi. 1:00 1', M for statlons to W. 11. Junctlon, Bnrlna;- tield, Concord, worcester and Iloiton. :54 1. M., ror l'lymoolli, Concord, Worcester and 1 los ton, (45 1'. M., from WoodsvlUe, for statlons to PIy IUUUIU. :50 1' M., for all statlons to ViMe Illver Junctlon. Colng North on W. M. biv. at :52 A. M., for all statlons. 27T.M., for all statlons. v w . ..... ll Bka.lUII. IU IT illLCllvIli HllllUIIUCMICIl 10:15 A. M Sundaya only for Lancaater. D. J. FLANDERS. Gen. I'uss. and Tlckot Agont. Oentral Vermont Railway. Commenclng December 14, 1902, Tralns golniz South and East W Loavo Montpolloras Follows: 9:00 A.M. MAIL. week davs. fnr Iloiton. Snrlnn fleld and Now York. Udar.M. EXl'RESS, week dsys, lor lloston snd New York vla Snrlnirfleld. or New f.onrlrm .ml Wnr. cester vla Nashua. l'arlor car to Hoston and Sprlng- I;Ur,M. I'ASSENOEIt, week days, ror White Itlcer Jct. 13:80 A.M., dally EXPItEas. ror Iloston Tla Irtw. ell and all polnts ln New England, New York and south. Pultman Blcepers to Iioston and SDrliiz- sld. Tralns Colng North and Wost. 2:60 A. M.. dallr EXI'KESS ror Montrenl n,1 11.0 West and week davs fnr Oirdeiishtiri. Itlf.hfnri1 nnil Ottawa. Sleepbif? care. Montpelier Junctlon to aior.ireai 9-.WA.il. I'ASSENOER. week davs. for Bnrllnir. ton, Kut and, St. Alhans, Montreal, Ottawa and Hlehrord, 8:301'. M. PASSENGEIt, week days, for I'-uillnif ton. 8t. Aluans, Montreal, Of?densburg, and ltlchrord. l'arlor car to Jloutreal wlthout ciianee, S:M l". M. EXI'IIESS for Burlington, St. Albans tnd Montreal. 1'u Uman sleeplnK car rroiu Montpelier lunctlon to ChlcaKo wlthout change. Suburban Traln Sorvlco. Leave Montneller at 3:10. 9:20 a. m. IM :20 F. M. Arrlvo at Uarre twenty minutes after leavlnK tlme. Leave liarre at 12:01 A. u., 8x5, A. M.; 12:01 M. ;M. :30r, M. Arrlve at Montneller. twentv mln ates after leavlntr tlme. irains leave lor williamstown at I2:u r. M. and M 1: m. All nassentfer tralnn will stnn nt frm P)nnpf. Works to take or leavo passengers when slenalled. C.A. LANQ.Anent. K, II. FITZHIIUH, Vlce Pres., Generat Manager. r.. iu.i 11.1, uenerai i'aasener Aaenu Montpelier & Wells River R. R In Effect Oct. 13. 1902. Tralns leavlng Montpelier as follows Uolni; east: 8:00 A. M. Mall. (C. V. statlon 7:50 A. M No. 3 Mall, Cocnects at Wells Hlver with Accommndatlon Traln North, and with mall Traln south over 1'assum pic uivision iioston A 3iaino li. it. Also connects with Accommodatlon Traln North vla. White Moun laln Dlvlslon and with Mall Traln South, which has throiiKh traln service from Wells Itlver.to Iioston, vio, l'lymoutn, uoncoru, Jiaucnester, Nashua, and Lowell, arrlving at Iioston 4:30 1. M. 1:10 P. (VI . Express. (0 V. statlon ltfOr.M.) Mo. 5, Exoross, Connecta at Wells Itlver with Exnress and Mal Traln North over Passumpslc Dlvlslon II &M It.lt eoo une r.xpress 10 ot. raui anu Jiinueapous. w est ern Express to Clildigo and Nlght Express to Pael flc Coast polnts vla. C. P. Ity, Through Blceplng Cars, Wells Itlver to St. Paul, Montreal to Cblcago dally except Saturdays. Montreal to l'actflc Coast and Tourlst Cars to Pacltlc Coast Wednesdays Connects with Mall Traln for Llsbon, WhlteOeld, Vuhyans, I.ancastcr, Groveton and lteilln. Also ccnnects with Express Traln for Iioston vla. Ply mouiu, arrivniK iiosion ac u:w r. ji. 'inrougo l'arlor Cars Wells Itlver to Boston. 4:10 P.M. Accommodatlon. (Leaves frora M. W. It. statlon only.) No. 7, Accommodatlon Connects at Wells Itlver with Traln North over Passumlc Dlvlslon II. A M. It. It- for all statlons between Wells Itlver and Lyndonville, wltb Ac commodatlon South for all statolns between Wells Itlver and White Itlver Junctlon, and with Accom modatlon Traln over White Mountaln Dlvlslon 13. A M. 11. 11., ror Llsbon, Llttleton, Whlteneld and Lancster. Tralns Wost. Leave Wells Itlver-7.(K. IO.11O A. M and J 3S P. MO and S.0S P. M Arrlve Montpeller-9 dS, 11J0A.M. From Boston. Leavo Boston 10:00 A. M. Arrlve Montpelier S.-OG r. M. Suburban Traln Sorvlco. Leave Montpeller-6.30, 9.45 11.35 A. M. 2.40 3J o,iu 1'. -11. Leave Ilarre 7.30 10.2U A. M. 12.45 3.15, 4.10, 5.30 P. M W. a. ru w 1.1,1.. uenerai .nanager. F. W. STANYAN.Superlntendent, f W.MOKtfE.Oen'l Pass.Agent rsend model.sketch or pl.oto ollnveution for i rtrcoreport on patentnblllty. lor ireo Dooif.j tlowtOBecuroTDnnt slfiUvV uie Patenta and I llHliL. Ill MIIIXU ti 'Opposite U. S. Patent Office; WASl-liNlil UIN U. j. Dr, Emmons" Monthly Itcgulator has broucht happiness to Eundrcds of auxlouswomen. Thero U posltlvo. fyno other rcmcdy known to medtcal sctcnco that will bo qulckly and safely do tho work. LonKest and moet otetluato lrregularltles from any causo rcllovcd linmedlatoly. SuccessKuar. antccdatanystago. Nopaln. danKer.orfntcr. fcrcnco wUh wor. Havo relioved hundreda ot cascrwhdreothcrshavo rallcd Tho most dlfll. cult casos Bucccssfully treated by mall.and bcn. cflclalrcsultsguarantccdlnpvcrylnstancc. So rlsk wbatsoovcr. We treat hundrcds of ladies whom we novcr sco. Wrlto f or further partlcu. lars and frco conadcntlnl advlco. Do nol put oll toolone. Alllettcrstruthfullyanswered. Ko. mcmbcr, tbls rcmcdy la absofutcly eafe undor ovcry possiblo condltlon aud posltlvely leavcs no aftcrlll effect upon tho health. Seutby mall, eecurcly eealed, $2.00. Moncy lcuers Bbodba rcglstcrcd. I) l(. J. V. EMMON3 CO., 170 Tro. mont Bt., Iioston, Mass. lrW!lr-'v Whoria.iUiorlTh9m LHU I tO Recummond as the BtST 111. COX'fi StarCrownBrfcud PEHNYROYAL PILLS. Uu(J totjw ty leJiui ipccUlliti. Ilundwli of titl monltls. A (rlil will convmctf j uu ol their intrlnilo tIu fnctieofiupproRiion. Send teii renli lor limpl w4 booW. AUliruKStitiorby inl JlJObox, KtKS MEOICtNE CO.) CoX 1930, BOSTON, MASS, PARKER'S HAIR UALSAM Cleiuiwi and beautiflei tbe halr. lTomutei a laxurUnt proth. Nevcr F1U to Hestoro Ory Halr to lta YouthfUl Color. Cun?i cIp dlietaei ti htlr laUUxz. Wopromptly obmin II. S. and Forclgn J