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Til IS HUKLIXCn ON KltliE IMtlS, TIIUKSDAY, NOVEMBKK 3, 1898.
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this column one cent a v word, eaoh Insertion. Copy may bochanced cvsry week. Ciuih In advanco required. No advertisement tnitnn which I Ipsa than . .. iwoive words, two lines. Special terms io .uiwinOT using irom 10 ivw , within twelve consecutlvo months. WANT12D TO PUHCIIASK SMALL t'AUM of 100 acres or less: must have Kood buildings. Andrew Franklin, liast Charlotte, Vt. 18,w2t prmiT-nv ac; "tintt-nntnnt'FR winted POSITION AS HOUSCTvIl Ml wanted u. iu uuu .... ....... .... box 21, Mlndlebury, t. is.w.lt A TEACIIRIt D133IIti:S A AVINTHK SCHOOL. Address J. Silas Safford, St Albans Jllll, Vt. !S,wlt HAVING LOCATHIJ AT KSrfF.N Ct:N- mttif i ... -t . .1 .,11 hin.U f clock and wnteh repalrhiB promptly and thoromrhly. All work warranted. CjIII ""I ihP 'r? ffi,,.PiCk 'KL ............ i T! l rr-.. -.,, i11' A"nv. FOKTY 9WAPMS OF HR125 for sale, will sell from 1 to W; Manum hive A. l'l.i- ser, uliieshurgh. Kw3t AVIUST SCOP.n GAUDS, nice ones, 10 cent a dor.cn, by mnll 12 cents a dozen. Free Pre-g Association. SJ.wtf TEETH KXTItACIl'.n AUSOLUTKLV IMT Ol'T l'AIV. l'HE ONLY OFFICE IN IJL'ItLINOTON whero you can get teeth extracted WITHOUT A PAHTICLn OF PAIN. . l ...I. I.... .. ". ' .. . a ny alWa S IN ATTLNDANCI3 ,S.v,1h.....i ',u ' m" "b" ' ' 1 Dr. L. Hazen, J. 24 teeth extracted without pain or any bad cITect. 1 cun not say too much In prnlso for Dr. Huzeu and his method of rxtrnotlng ttcth. O, W. POUTliH. Charlotte. The Weekly Free Press Gives )(' columns cvovy week for a year $1.00. Xc other litipor in Vermont can , " :"" Siiy litis; no Other paper .rivnu mi iiiiip.Ii llftW IIS l,lll Ynii linvn n llli"lllinr who does 10U IIIH 0 a Iltl3 II mil ,'"" ,,"7 110t talJO thO l'llLh 1 11 J.ar ,.ncci1iU- )in liiiiiniv vim r 1"""'."" V" " ....... a lite nn mo nml iiiF.i -u.h ...... ............ .. ... .. ..'all c ,,ll ,1 lit iii .i en in ill II V 111" nuim llllii IV 0.1...IF.V, I'ojty oi tue nesc neeniy liaperin Vermont, go col umns ol UOWi a wootc $1 year. THE PRECIOUS METALS. IheWnrld'a Product Inn nf Gold nnd Sll iit l'nr the Yeiir 1H07, Tho ci-M nroduetlon of tho world for 1V.iT wiu 5iST,.rtl,M'n. This is un Impiove- inuiit nf marly BJ,fu.("i over the lecnrd i f l&'l and ef J.1i"i,U'i over the record of 1S.'5. Thi piesent ptnductlnn than tw ce what It was In 1SI. jiroduellon of lSi iirumlses to sh iither great uuvuncv. Tlie return nro published monthly In tho 10 llnancial Journals from tho mines llmitli Afilea liow a production ut t4S,"'00, o for tho eight month with August, 1.'S. If this rate unction is continued the record year will bo JT'.'.Ovo.OO. or un iner. Sll.ojl.i'jiii Tho returns from Austrnllii luilkite a production there for the pres- cut year of !e,.Ci-,((i ,or nn Increase of flo,ojO,'"i) over ra, Tho IncriMM. in both ttieso cas"S, according to thee figures, will bo t pull In nmocnt to what It was il ISy" hut will not constitute so largo a lercentage ol tho total product. Tho lercentage ol tho total product. Tho Klondike product will also add largely to tho production of tho present year, From theso leudlnc cold-nmdiicliic countries, therefore, 11 Is evident that then: will bo a sutriclent Increase In the gold pi-eduction to enrrv the total for the year above J2"0,0nO,rr!0. This will be nearly threo tlmi.s the product of a pertod no longer ngn than lt.33. When deduction is mndo ior tho consumption of gold In the arts, which Is estimated Iiy thn mint buroau at. .V.0; ,rwi for tho year :"i7, the amuiint left nvallablo for mono- tHrv nurnofcs Is nearly twlro what It was only halt a dozen years ago. Other Items Included by Director Roberts In his sum- mary of tho production of tho precious metals for JfiH7 afford tho following Hg- urea: Tfe total value or gold deposited at the mints and assay olliees during the year ,... -CTfilOTO ....l..l.,n IM r, m I.' .1.. . 0 f,,,v ... i.'iini'-iiiiK 1. 1 ,..i,j.i .in- mesllc nnd !n,').Mi7 foreign, The vnluo nf silver rieiMisIted at tho samo Instltu- Hons, for returns In lino bars which wero used in tho Industrial arts or oxnnrt.d. ... .......... :.... mis -9ii'i,ii, 111 wineil llllinillll 411,MI,tj,iil wns domestic and JSW.MS foreign. Tho Vnlted Stutes coinage during the yi,.,r v.'iis; uoiu, ,iJ,ua,p); sliver, jis.hst.WT, of which amount 12,S61,T31 was In standard Fllver dollars, coined from silver pllr. i-il.iDvii uiiui-i un iivi ,11 uuiy 11, IK"', prior to Novembor 1, 183D, thn dnto of the repeal or tno purcn.iBing elauso or said act. Tho world's coinage during the year. Including recolnages. Was: (io it. Il37.il!t.34!! silver. ni2.3SO,r,js, or ft total of ji Tho highest London price fne, Rritlsh standard, during was 29 13-1C pence; tho lowest nnd tho average, price, 1 -julvalent o fn.(jn;i in mnn-i. r,pr nllnrn fine. price nf Hiker for tho year the bullion ....... ... .... ... .... vaino 01 win silver iininir was ;,i,i. 'ine value of tho net gold exports for tho year was 512.fi9, nnd tho value of tho net sll- ver exjiorts for tho samo period was j:c,- yf7.112.-The Now York Journal of Com- merCO .... .,.. lfcllllJIJ AL AolU l.rr IN tllAL. n.'ytZ, ...!. i,i..pT, i 1., . iiwiiuni ". ' ',. "' . l. -""'-"" ......... ......... work. Archbishop Henncssoy of Dubuque, In., lias celebrated the 22d anniversary of his consecration as bishop. Herr Relnhold Uegas, lho German sculp- In. hoc ..,.,,! t ., Ill 1 . tor, has maiio a model for a Bismarck liarcophagus, to bo placed In tho Dem at llerlln. Thoro Is a recumbent (lguro of tho Kite statesman, with his favorite dog Tlras at his feet. To tho rlsht and left are figure reprcssntlng Power trnmpllntf on the pernicious elemonts ln society, and t-roiociion Kuiiruing ino right. Dr. J. A. Coles of Newurlt. X. J.. who aont Admiral Dewey nt Manila a lino Barzo bronze symbolizing" America as an eagle nnd Spain na a dead heron, has re- eelved a nolo from tho admiral ln which lie says of the gift: "It will ho placed In a nigii prominent pinco in my cabin, where all who enter nay admlro It ns much as wo do," Cardlnnl Parrochl etnncd life as annws jiaper man. Chrlstlno Nllsson, who was born In tho samo year with Pattl has Just passed her Kill birthday, In tho meantimo Pattl's dge lias bucomo uncurtain. YERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from Cth page.) who will remain with her four or llvo wicks. Thn doctor went In New York I Monday to take n course of studl. nf tho diseases of the nose, throat, eye and enr. -Thlrty-rivo students from tho niiin reboot wero etilei tallied by Miss indlo Atintieller. 'Smith nt Kvansvllle, Inst Wednosdayoveii- Frank Wright relumed to Hoston Moil ing. It. It. Skinner and two companions dav nfter a several weeks' slay with his ....,.. ..1,1. ........ rllnfnr Inst l.'il. (1V morning. ' Tho men were all thrown frm tno wugnn but escaped uninjured. Tho horse enme homo alone ami mo wns- mi wiiu ilnmritUhr..! f t. 1 'lYntd hart rented t'lTord farm near West (..lover to A. ,1, Hear cf Westport. NHWPOltT. Mrs. Ktlshn I.nne Is In tlolnn on n visit to her parents. Mrs. O. N. Klklns has re turned from Lowell, Mass.-Mr. and Mis, W. A. lllni'M lmn mtuim-d fiom .1 Visit to Hoston and Lowell. Muss.-K. Hunting ton mid wire leu .Nov. is ior uemcr, Col., hoplni the chnngo will bo benellclal to Mrs I lujitlnRlon's health. I . O. Holt V, ... . ,l.lc. "J" .u whcre thej. wl vs!t h 9 i,rothor and will , remain nwny tiurmt ine wmicr visnms ,,arlH far(,cr south. Mis. S. fl. Heap has j KU"V 11 ciioux viij, miiii, m speim ino .,it,i-.. v.vjih,mii k-t ...in iiiu.v..-.. ..ni. w inier cuieriaiumeiiiF ior mo ensuing se.i Oi.. 31, consisting of 71 men nnd three EOn. An orsmilz.itlon wa llnally arfected commissioned olllcers. There had been last (Mlncday cvetilnc and ulllceis three deaths, threo tr.insfets, one destr- "1C rwcnwi on an oveiaKC about 's0 cac"' LOWELL. -"-:! S-nrt . and Laiiiolllo county last we Souther of North Hydo Tuesday. Miss Clnrn oon vlstlns her sister Park returned liome daushter of lilward Cam day of typhoid fever. H. H. Covey Is vis ltlng lu Cambridge nnd Kssex. Mrs. lit voir vlslt-d 'n Cnmhrldge last Week. Iteorge and Harvey Stewart were In John Mm Friday buying cattle. Ferdinand Sawyer, who now lives In Newport, wns In town .Smirday.-M:s. Leonard of l air fax. who him been visiting ut U. It. r Coveys returned homo Friday. 1 CIt AFTSHUK Y. I. T. Patterson hasreturncd from Platts burgh where he has been to 'slt his grandson (ieorge P.and who Is ?rIously I.I. Wm. F. Farr Is building a blacksmlHi shop near b'.s farm house. fJcorgc Chai! ' e ' e An " a Boo t S K ' .1. mnl. 1.V ln .' , we h,,, house nas iiougiii ine sioro iormeriy owiieu ny i ,...1 a itisilen lms rnno in lioiinn for n .il.uiil AiriMieii lias gone 10 j.oMnn ior .1 live 01' six Weeks Stay. ( Ol'a It. Allen has Yoil; tnl bust week for treatment. tiniest Han dull and Mrs. Nettle Davls-on ure sell ously III. ALHANY. i-fturitfd l'mm llnston mid New wnere she h is been spending her vncatlon 1U lectures are exceedingly Interesting. nu nun siones wnue ine inir; mm jio-ton. It will not be possible, to remc v. W V- ,',' 0 .MS.'MC.1Ii",Ui'h.n..r " -Mrs. V.. A. Chnreh of riielsen Is vls'tlmr fnurtli have large bay windows. The top i,ls bodv In ibis nlaee ut present as the brief vt.lt i town last week vi"'tlii.' llt- I-connnl llnblnson's.-Mr. nnd Mrs. f the slructurci Is ornnmentcd with an li- Ws of Mexico provida that when Inter r-i.,,u'in Woodcock and son. IClward are!'"-'1 cornice. The main . ntnince rn a JOiv ha nol- tpe n.kcn up until i Kiin-erlng'everal weeks from nn electric- visiting Iriends In Plttsford.-Clydo Fill- l'"d liito n lobby that will be .iacIous pirlod of thr,,e Vl..8 imV(. elapsed. h.V ...J?' !irJ .u.'.l..r..V.."u.. ler. who bns been sick Is al-out iicaln.- "lid well lighted. This will contain n lire i..,,..,. i. j UiihiIjII nf Kllendule. N. I).. hi siiweii weiu in ine ..iiuj r itii nci nvsi'i- . , ......... .. . l..,.. -.,...( ...Ill, ill.. v..l,, . tiln . 1... .... , ,. . Mr Walter Lafluer and MI- Sadlo B"s-'' "r w"-'- t"" In the samo "- rear of the olllccs will bo two stores. Mn. tleorge McKeefe, were arrested by ''' "' samruay n nunured members - ns been demnnHtrn ed 'V o 5lur so,,vei-e rnanlei. Oct 2lth.-lur. A e-ioni.-Austln Phillips has returned from Th n Constablo W W Holden Tuesday fore. " t.o r m-ers " cumcntary I vlJcr I e that Tnomni Daven- m (ind.b.r.1 ..ml Miss l. (imeo i,irliiiir Lcbai on where he has Ikcii ut work for ""I the cntlro front of the bull .1- ,10on. chnrged with having broken Into " . s-nV"-l tlu MH " 1,1 nnn. nniiv, or wiiih.m.mwn -n ih w.rn inarr 1 a tho rcsldinci of llu I ride's father. Mr. J. H. Uarllng the evening of Oct. SUh. by Hov. II. W. till- ,,rcth. The bride's sister. .Mr. Daisy (Icodrlch from Shelbutnc. Mass., ami ' "" Jill VA I'll. Mll.-J., iU'HJ p i U I iV tuiill -.Js.lP- l"""' conventic-n was held at j.l- i,.,y tho nftemcon and evening of Oct. ITth. supper being furnished in tho vestry 'f the M. K. church for all who wished. Tho meeting wns both instriictlvo nnd en .1 . 2 A ,,V..'.- ...,.i ViL iimi:,- .,, '-' '''- ""V" """"' Minnie Humps wero married Oc. 2Mb. llllllll' I-r.Il III ll-) l'IU IllitlilCtl VU-. -"'111. , . , , , m,M Kt. !... were mnrrled Oct. tli. Mr, Mson Mills unit Miss Mertle Preast wero also mar nv..-,w nr "ill, i l.n e evening of Oct. SJth, b John l'Rft" rled the Drown 0KAXUK C01TXTY. , RANDOLPH. VMwnrd Church of Rochester brought befo.o Justice Hebard Oj-t . SSln 011 a chargo of Intoxication to which ho on a chargo of Intoxication to which ho p'.cadiHl guilty. Ho paid a line of nnd costs amountlns to Clurenco Kemp was lined J for furnlshtr. him with the alcohol and paid costs amounting to over He was iiKn lined flu for obtiilnlnK .1. Kugene Finn leturnod from Chelsia Saturday nnd left for Hoston 'luesday. siuiiniay morning iwo young men wen nrrr irrrsled nerv ny uiucer uotk in iiccnru- unce with orders received from Policeman Merrill of Hethel. They wero Frank Si- Unas and Frank Lashua. One wns held llnas and i'raiiK i.asnun. uue was uein lor ine lemming oi an overcoai wnicn nn had boriowcd but did not seem inciuuu to give up as promised and the other ihaigo was for receiving pay In advance for work which ho did no seem rrady to perform. Tho men rested In tho lockup hero for a time. is ' ' lempio ieii ior tpringuciu. Mass., Monday, accompanied as far us White Illvor Junction by her niece. Miss Mary Mclntyre. Mrs. Temple expects to reimm in epniis-iicin uuriiiK inu vufiut, uuiry Hrown. lately mustered out of. Company I' nnd bred O. lloldcn of nrtll Held have enlisted lu the ".'1st F. S; Infm.- ry slntloned nt Plattsburgh, N, Y. They expect to go to Iluntsvllle, Ala., In n few months. W. H. Splcer, son of K. I". Splcer of this pane uieu ai uuanianamo, 1.110a, 1.1: 1 Thursday of yellow fever. He wont lo fHtm 111 .Ilinn tn nrl nn ,1 l.Frlhll I loir nlnrt' ... ........... ....n - tor Ihe United States army, being select- becausn of tho distinguished ability bo lm'l ehiwn In tho forelsn mailing depart- Hunt of tho Hoston iHistolTlce. In which lw. l,,l i.T.rl,1 !.,. I .u- .nn.. 11.. v ...... .......v-. ..wuV ... .......... ...... W!lH bn' In Uroolvflold nnd was tl ycais, old. Ho leaves a wife nnd four children ",n wAiim-,, .uhb.-s in i.nnir, ? tho "ynpatliy of the community in .llu fuddon bereavement. j ' n - '" its; i-ongrcguiiunai cnurcn was soiem 1 solem- 1 I orter 'Wini it Inn "" "'c ih-iihuku m niuiiimii Abbott, for several years pist prim " e IUKH pciioui ill. imi'iur, ' ciiuoring o weiinuig maron imm j.o- Ill Ill-rill '11,,. liiir,.l, wnu tnMlritl1l lppn. . , - .............. ri11"' with palms, ferns, chrysnnthcniums f'cnntlful follago plants. Tho ushers ei1 V10 wc,1,l"( l,;,r'' aB uhuuI. followed ' "' ii lon".r' , ,IUT, "J- '""nciii p, nnu uuuin jmii.n iiicni'ims, 'mo brldo entered of her uncle. II, O, Colo, in .. .... ; -V' urV ." , . ',,'" fi, :.. "'nn; wuii uiiiiiiira " ""I" ..,, ....m, mm 11 nimu P.111.1 num. tmc .in 1 11 u 11 uuuuuui ui niiiiu uiijauiiiin mums. i no 11r111.il pariy wan juuicu in. ls more tlio liquor under Wis. pretence, uueging in i rinay.-.iir. nnu .Mrs. .lames I- Film- tails cc.nne.t-Hl with the proposed enter- ,,Y y -" :. " ;', " ,, " en' has lieen llarr s of Ileriinrdslo i Mass .vcro In ,V ' " ". and the that It was for medicinal purposes. Ills ham. who has passed a few days In Ho- nrlse. The chosen si to for tho hotel Is ad- n ,.c .,r,s "' J.'"i' ".. ""i. " !.'?." ,. "5 ! r. ? 1 V " n Davenport's inventli nw an bill was .21. on ns llie guest ,,f Kdvvln D. Folsnm. are mlrab.e. MnS In a quiet and .ilcasiint , u'.'riVmnn o Ho Sr whee he aiiVuded" ,e ,Z 2 V uhiiMi N.niitiiiiv I'Von nc ino iauirH oi iiip iti huh hi liimc.-.A m uraio linntiiiix una n t . n tv : . .. . . . ... . rvm-mu niuru n uropean lief Corps nnd members of tho G. A. P.. gone to Waterbury for few we,ks.- ' .1. A Kni at DuMmry In company ..a1!!' ' "ly'lS. "' liro lM0 .. "L. "Wn,U . It. "?!!: " nlphabet. nnd ines of pool tendi.red n. reception to tho volun- t:.-orsi W. Howell of Lawrinc. Mass.. Is with n la.lv friend, was driving n a ! " .. ". . ' 'K, . . , l"!." A A L... ' " "l"1 15' Investigate the valued ecrs recently' mustered out of Compai.y u guest of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Howell. t,nm n .his eliv Th.irs.li.v morn'mr ..! ,' . "?.. .".. .'. 'v"'..1 . .,1 V 5 ' ." . '""' 1S35. 1h lw.1 gone no s ended F. Hov. G. W. Morrow delivered the ml- -Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hoss. who have when near tho nillroad track just above, wTl rh,, ZL ' h .,, , " ul '" thought of the use ol or pro- dress oi tin evening, wnicn wns wen re- passcii several nays in i.nwell. .Mas.-., nt Middlesex the horso trxik fright nt n mov- o0ul Nvll e hrai in coniuanv and Is now r ' . '"4 l for the reived. Several soloists also assisted In Mrs. Hoss' early Imrae, an now at home, linr train of enrs and becamo unmnnnge-' f.u IK. ??1 .' It0 ,np'i. s.."'v . P' o' ' "m for ase of the programme. Hofrcshments wero lho lll.ige Imirovenient society give able and boforo Porter could get him un 'i'' II JMIsl) t UUnTl. cuirent nnu the ap , mFi'iui i.. nl.nni li1 t-n..i. n soelahle nt lho inwn h-,11 l.vi.i,..- .... .1 ....1 1 1. ...... .1,. .-.1 -,.n '"- '- iiiiiuicuh -.iin. - f,,r rett storing was jn-j,iF.f3,yu'l. . '-"" ..v., ...v ... .-. ... ..,u ,..,.,, tii.u.uiu mr uiliu yoars v .iiiiuui. ,-i-iiiuiri , mii-m ni li'inailin i,phnnli nl Ihn pnrnpr nlnnpil nn lrrl.lnv for silver .I12.-1 ft,rH " -)l0 r Hoston nnd giand- nnd has gono abroad for :t year's study of be laid, by his special request. Tho de- i,,ut i, .,i,,.i i iv,rii v.. r. nn.i. tho year daughter of Mrs. T. L. D mlck of this , French and German. , ceased leaves a substantial estnte. er ,.losu .,. i"rl,a.. bc-t 21 owing' lo . 234 pence, mnie. ine iisners wero una v-ui nnn 11. i. 5r.iguo or t-lillonilcn shot n deer 1 - - TnwKsliury, wlio lias been tho pro- .1,0 Illness of the teacher Miss Azella 27 n-V! pence. -"iuries 1.. nooa 01 iiosion nnu r.rncsr. . recently unu weigneii 312 ivounds. pnetor or the city bool; storo In tho Wal- nnndeli whn hnV -.,.,0 iP hnmn In United States Aiuictt anil !-.. .. lewKsmiry or llus County Court opened ut V o'clock Tues. inn block for tho past llvo years, has sold Morrlsvllle -Mr nnd Mrs miermnii nf ,t ihn ..vpr, place. Miss Abblo Clark whb organist, ! day morning und Judge Manlev dppinr..,i the business to M. il. Rioo nf N.inhiii.i. 'A ... ,V 1 .... 1 . ' .' . '. .. A r tho altar by tho groom and his best man. j. 11, Reynolds nnd Mrs. Dlckermnn. Tho Ruv, D. E. Putnam of IJakerstleld. Philip Interment wns In Evergreen cemetery. Sallsuury acted ns flower boy. Rev. V. I Daniel H. Johnson, who has been chief Til 1 1 1 .. 1-C TS 1 1, . .... .1.1.-1. I.. .... .. . I , ... r, . M. Hunly, D. D performed tho cere- tnony, tho ring being need. After tlio sol- cmn bcnedlotlon ho Introduced Mr, nnd .Mrs. Abbott and announced that they would bo pleased to receive tho consrntti- latlons of their friends then and there, nnd un Informal reception followed. At ino nomo or mo Driao a luncn wa t..irv d at noon to tho bridal narty and tho fum- iiy relatives. Mr. and Mis. Abbott took their departure In tho afternoon for a wedding Journey of o few days, Intend- InK to return Sunday for a short stay be fore going to tholr homo ln Proctor. They received many ocautirui presents. Among the out of town guests who attended tho wedding woro Mr. und Mrs. II. Q. Colo and son of noslon, Mr. and Mrs. 13. N. Roydcn of Nowtonvlllc, Mass., Mr. nnd Mrs, Hiram A. Smith nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles N Smith nnd two little children from West Rutland, Sin. M. A. Plerco of Uostoiv, Mr. anil M - " " Ail - l Royal Abbott nnd numerous others of lirookileld. Miss Mnry Moullon has returned tlom Mcdford, Mas?., whore sho hits been visit Ins her slst?r. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ijniulon of Hrlslol have boon miosis nt H. A. Thomas'. Mr?. N. J. Whllehlll leturued to Mont poller Tucsd.iv Mr!, 1.. A. Pearson and il.uilitcr, Jes- sic. have returned fiom their visit lu r n.. I Mrs. I J. K. Lndil and daughter from Warren, N. It., aro vtsttliiK Mrs. Ladd'si pnicnls here. Ml coos in .New or tho Cooper Fnlon Art school. I Thomas Connolly has irone to Hlteus burir. N. Y., to buy ixitotocs for the. llus lull iimihei. Ml-. W filthy Merrllt wont to Middle bury Wednesday to live. V i. i.ii.fit.i,,. ..r hi. . n innmirv 11ns l.r .hi -luKIni ii t Mfd rirWtr rn Hlif-ll rB. ,,,,. ami MrK Trnsk have returned from tjurnpi0I1. l.;,,.-! Cuslim in of llurllncton came Wed nrFdny to visit friends here. ,.,.,. a series of mc.Mlims have recently been jielu iiy llioso iiucrestcu m a course 01 i.,,i.. t t i. ill., iresh e : itrv a! J? 1- as ma v ce-p U dent: 11, N. Miittison, secretary and tree.-iirer. and an executive or business comtnltteo of thro?, who were Instructed .1 , ..t.A.1l . ..1. A. ...i ;u.,uniio.ui.u... -uniiuitn - nuuu, v.. It u'nr,"S;'Vr,,n!f,Mo1Ierr!h NVF.Und "vie Zile wl;'!: ur-.b r.l.,u- ,.!, I Iho .MtlnhtUli. u.t of a metallic circuit which will s. rurtf 0i,g dlstaneo conitmnilcatlon from this town. Fred A. Ordway left for his home In Aberdeen, N romalnliu on their summer's sojourn with Inr mother Mr- W Hood Ml Ins!;,hlnnTle& ,1,1- l..lltJ U be thrown down and brcali rcak her bin last t io drive 11 re- k u uiim. iu week whllo endeavoring frartory sheep Into the barn, VFItSHI P.n. W B. Israel of Portsmouth. N. II., Is cnnductltig a series of meetings nt the Advent chapel. Mr. Israel Is a rcthcd - - : - , 0 ,1 - apuuu m 11111 nan ninny imi ?i e.- peiience ai sen ami nas seen many lanus. 11 llrnln ,.,.I r,,n,llv nr. nl lmn, nanl,, hnvlni- hn,11 nlvnl' f v.'n TV....14 Mlua Tl.ll,, Harding has just closed ii successful term of i-chool In the Fltts district. She Is in- ,"1,, niontlis. WASIIINC.TON. C L. Slack Is building another stone Mim larger man mo oui one. no n.is sev- ral new bauds at work for him. Tin.- fnliovvlng are the officer elected by th Omul Templars last Monday night: C. 1'.. llev. F. Itrisrgsi' V. T., Ha. Downing; secretary. Mabel Jeffords; llminclal sec retary, 1!. L. Klnzlo; treasurer, C. L. Slack; M. Harry Downing. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Corliss, who so narrowly escaped being suffocated by the rsc.iplng of gas j.. 1. I . ..... ... from their coal stnvo last Friday nlsht iv.u.viiiii.. .nuin.ij- cveiiniK ..... ...it.r.,i,i viiii, Hnu an "nlertalnmont for tho benent of the Town ,j,,r.,ry Tll prosr.lmm, consisting of conn songs, farces, acrobatic feats, etc., was rendered lu a manner highly credit- ablo to tho wholo company. .v. i l. J . J w u l 1 i",.., t ... was a guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henjamtn Tucker last week.-Mrs. Laura Drew left ml " ""x.i.i. .u -. iiijii ii.j. .iinss., Tucker last week.-Mrs. Laura Drew left here for ru.Mou last Saturday. Sho will Epcnd three weeks In that city and vicln- ny .Mrs. s?. A. Dean sHiit a pntt of last wcK in Lawrence. Mass., as tin guest of i ror and .Mrs. . . King. Sho return- Inc. Ch'indlcr Wnndwiitd, who has passcil a few weeks among the Harnard and hhiiiii'i iiiiis jiuiiiuig, returns nero mis ween. .Miiiiau i.. i-riston. one of tin- Ider residents, Is quite sdck at his III this plac?. Tho Sunday evening wees at tho Congregational chinch linmc veiling scr- mi-is ai ino i-oiigregaiional cliuicli will luniiiieiico ai i. ociocn ior ino prcf-rnt. IIUTJjA N H CtlUXTY. Itl.'TLAND. William II. Field of this city, n son nf ' lion. Henry F. Field, has been selected as Historian of the stnlnr class of Yalo unl- verslty, of which he Is a member, 0. Tuttle. son of D. C. Tut tic. Fun's prison director, Is dangerously 111 ,ot lyiinoiu iineiimonla. Fnitetl State's .Marshal Col. F. A. Field has appointed as deputy Josenb M. Sto.l. dard of Itiii.anil. Ho is tho clerical olll- cial In charge of tho olllco lu the federal building. Guy II. Reynolds, formerly of this city, Idled at his home in New York city Satur- nay niiernoon, inter a few days' Illness j with acute bronchitis nnd pneumonia, llu i.iiu .1,,. ...,l.. u,.., 1M, i i.. ... . ...... .,1, ui .. ..nu 11, iii'.vnnius, who was n resident of this city for manv years. Deceased was for some time con. ncctod with tho Valldo Marblo comnanv of Fa'r Haven. Ho leaves il wldnw nnli ...... ... ... i-.,,, i. i-.un 111 UKt', There wero 13 ni.irrlagi'S recorded nt tho city clcrk'a olllco lu October. 1 no opening mecung 01 ino I'hilhar- monlc club has been postponed to Tuend.iy uvenlng, December SO. .,v,,w .n... ...iviiisi hcfii iniit .nss Mlnnlo L. Churchill, who stnrteil somo weeks ago for n trip Ir. Kurope. has ar- n,Vnre, ,n'V,ly , at l' ? , i 3.',00,", ei:el,rrof Innguagcs an aiiiournmeui until tim Mti. at which Un,,, It, , 1-r. . Ml, II . I.I.. u.,,.h,, ,,,,, ixiviui., , The applo crop In this section ls very 1 light this year, especially fruit of good ir.itlng quality. Potatoes are n good crop city Thursday to resiimo her studies titiri being set.-A. J. Dickinson loturiiid family visited In to provide for six entertainments, two of 1 1 . m . .1 , "T. 1,00,1 Hvv- t'"tl,cr 0"ll"f, "'"dating. ,veek.-Mrs. C. II. which should be muslc.i' entertainments. ', f l, 1,1 b ..".n "w . ar"1 ",t,r,"''''t w 1,1 tl,e Catholic Park was In town fr providing which a specl.il committee .'I'L':,,!"1'1 ', ni .C "'""fn: Among Hie surviving relatives Skinner, who has was choen. At a subsequent committee , ,l , sll,l,,r,J hW 01 are two sons, and a daughter, tho mtur r in North llydo meeting held last Mnndav evening It wns ''r,'',,. hr c,i- h."V" ,a f!"on,nKW 011 "t whom lives In Whlto Hlver Junction. Tii...-l,iv.l)ell 1. ii i. 1 . ,L f .1.' l.,;. tl'. -..1, ..111, Slnlii sttect of f.2 feet and a frontage on : .iW Trnc-v of Huffalo. N. Y.. nnd eau. dl'cil Tues- ' iir.. r, 11..,. lir S1....1. il... rcllco1 trivt nt ftot and will be la:. Mrs. Kdn.i Williams of West Lebanon. N. anra .ineKsnn is sun vrrv mw. nev. iipn. i-.t.vv ...v... ...... ...v. ...... u ..... inrmpriv or inja oiaeu si Fill 11 siiiiieni ni MIbs M. lllancho nnd nru of excellent quality. A consider- nnd upright business man, Mr. Towks- Frd Uettls and wife have returned from yellow chryFiin-I able quantity of them Is being shipped to bury retires from business hecauso of 111 their work and commenced liousekecplnr erei,pn. T'.. lnn Cl,y "?rkl',' , '""1 vlnc been nt his father's homo tho Ronton house on German Flats .'. . ,?.piu.l ',n' ,i ',1UiU' v."l!,s ,r ?uy. "' cynr'B. wlio Worcester for tho past two months un- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gllmoro nnd dnugh J ,Y a , "LBi , , 'i110'1 '," i1-'" U cl,y rtH'on'y wero Jer 'll0 loctoi-s caro. tcr .M11jre,, of .Mlddlebury nnd Mr. und nnu nru 01 excellent quality. A consider- "l" rL" V"y " wru niiiii.mii. iien on inn nycr ye.sieruay nfter- iiniiii nnu uiFieii 10 1110 uomc or jus uncle, n'orgo 1 1. 1. neuov on LTesceni street. Tho pony was aecompnicil by Mrs. Reynolds, 'clerk In tho olllco of II. W. Spafrord, gen- , presslon. Ho lived about three quarters eral freight and passenger nEent of the'o: n mtlo out of the vlllago part of tho Hennlngton nnd Rutland railroad, for tho town nnd bis house was not In tho Im- past two years, has resigned his position mediate vicinity of nncthor. His body was to nccopt ono ns travelling freight ntjent found hanging from a, beam In tho barn of the Rome. Wnlertown and Ogdensburg nnd was cold, showing Hint ho had been 'railroad. Mr. Johnson will make his dead for somo time. It Is thought that he nenanuaricrs nt iiosion. BRANDON. Tho water fall at tho Cascade, east of Lake Dunmore, has been bought by a party who propose to utilize it In produc Ing electrical energy nnd transmit It to liraiuion vuiago ior tne use or manurac- turers. It Is estimated that It will de velop fully 1000 horso power permanently. Thero have been many expressions of re- gret nnd disgust heard In this village on account or me nuncK on iion, w. a. Lord and others at the Hall of Representatives on Tuesday evcnlng.IIon. George Hrtggs bus returned from a month's attendance upon Ihe Kplscop.il rcmcutlon at Wash- liiBton. The mother of Judge J. K. Wecl:s or Addison county Ih seriously, and sup posed to b fatally III nl her home, bore. There have been and still continue to be, many cases of tvphold fever In llraiidou but no deaths from It as yet. The mem- p ler Military band nave n very pleasing Kuan. Principal w- Thompson of tho tiers of Company C who were dangeioiisly i nun rt and Mayor John II. Henttr inailo Inti'rniilloniil Hushies collcgv of Mont Ill Willi It have all reo.crcd. A man wlu npt rnprl.ilo remarks which wero listened peller opened u writing school hero Tues guvi his name as W. II. Lower and tils I" by mora tlnti 19X) persons. ulny evening ut the sc hool house. Mr, and place of residence as Arlington, wiih tak- V i ih-pi 1 1-1 ! t u 'Mrs. Ilamblct or N iith Montietler visited en on Wednesday to tlie House of Correc- .... , 'w""" nt Hcnvor Howard's a portion of last Hon to servo a sfiilenee of two months , nile rs of ( omp.iny I' were mus- ,vc,l-.-Jnhii 1'. Hif.in was kicked by a .it liard labor for fraudulently beating ho Vm .. 1 v otltio.ty 111 tlic nriitorv. r"lio vl,.irllm lor0 hiM- w,,,,k ,, lms Mm,0 V r.r,'.!i,''H V'n' "J."r J'.'T'T'i'"."1, I'-en occupied by reading his accident IIUNSON. Telephnno poles for the now lino be- Putnam tween hero and Pair Haven and r nuay irom a tnroc dnys' absetice In Moutpeller. .Mrs. Kunlco Howard and ilatiahter I Initio relumed from Hurling- in,, Thi,-.i.. i i t.. o....t.. w" .,. r...... . u..,, t.n,. ....... .ii.i.i .... - Kny left Wednesday for tholr wlntir home In Drooklyn. N. Y.-Therc wns 11 PMii'Kr'n int. swifinni. in tin. ,iiniir.i ... I . llltmlll V I'VolllllI- tinltl-oufltt M 1 1 l-ii .1 Clark was home from Monlpeller over Sunday.-Communlou service, will Im held In tho CoiiKrogntlonal church Sunday motnliig. Nov. Cth and n contribution for ,homc missions will be taken. U ASHItJ TON rOL'XTT. MONTPI'LI Hit. Thn .,1,1 ri n whlM ,.,i ... j . in me I'unirr ui .Main unci cc1001 sireeis ". ".'" .or alf cct.tury. and which has become more or less dllnpl ., . , , , . . - .... , "'' "";:,.V: ' . . v... ....-r...... .....w whicn Wll 111V HWl E11MT. 1L lll IJ1 UJ R'l'l nrrnM thn ntt.t t...l i.lmla nn ihn Vnrl h " " W !" JM"!."'. V","' I ""D ' il.if nui )n pt ed waetber ho will raze the present hotel liu'Iiilng or remove It to unothr foundu Hon. Tne billiard hall which stands In the. "Y' 'V,' J .L7i, .1 Mundrj I Hill dl ng. The hotel will halo IWJ .tl 'T'l .fJl ,,.- II.,.. .....I ...III I... nn....AM... ""- "" ""-" "" llrs,K" mm,!,l'-v ''maniented. A spa- (Jolr pinj.jj.j ,,x,,,Iui n,.rs,s the front of the hulldltig on IkjUi Main nnd Schonl -.irceiK. in- 111.1111 uiur.ince will lie irom the Mall. stre-H side and will be through arec. luasslve dniibk- doors having sld, licnis. j-.iuier s me 01 Hie uoors are broad u,) .,.. ,vl,l..- ,f h..vv i.lnln .!. ' , , , . . . ........ .-, u,. ,,, lallOpy. Oil thO iCft Will 1)1 thC COllCml oltlcc. check room nnd private office while " lhf right will he th-.- side entrnnce. Muirway. elevator nnu nnggage room, in P " win contain n lire place mat win be well ornamented. In the rear of the main parlor on the left Is a reception rocm. On tho right will ben private par-1 inr. in ine rear nr ine sunrs leaning io ino proiinu nnor unu oaciv oi ine ix-eep lion room nnd tho private parlor will b tho lavatory nnd two bath rooms. 'Ihe leal or north end of tho second lloor nf the hulldlnj will bo devoted ontlrjfy to i lie iiiuing nan aim u win coiuaiu nunriy ri-io square fcot of tloor sace-.aud will be well lighted. This lloor will contain ns well the kitchen, scrvlngroom nndiiantry The third lloor will contain is sleeping .... ...... ... i. ... .... iomiii;. nnn inii-e u.iin luwuir,. i in- iuuiui iiini Him in.ui? ..in ,w ,(..vi.v,.,ij llutwlll )Q punished same In their nrrangomei The building Is planned rooms and nil of them w angement as the third, ..?r ?R',',P1,F 111 Dv I IK II L nllil airy and will bo exposed to the light. There will be six suites of douWo rooms nml two tr nlo suites. The tiul ding will : ,, . .. . . w . . ,, . . ii ivi in m mi u iii'u mi iiii, n. i cDininaiiio inciuiiiug an cievaiornuo win do thoroughly modern In every appointment. It will bo steam hented and llahtod both It will bo steam hented and lighted both by pas and electricity. As s-wn ns tho legislative season closes Mr. Holmes will CIJ t; Hoston for tho purposo of miikln arrangements for the awarding of the contract and to look after some minor d down tho onibmkmont Into the river. For u:i,ately the couple were thrown frwin the i-arriage and their live, were thus span d. Tho horso lu his mad fright iluiigil head- long Into tho liver and wns drowned. At tin llrsl iiununl meeting of thn' Ver- mont State Veterinary Medical Associa tion, recently held In this city, the follow- nig twicers wen eiecien; JTivniieiii, i', a. Rich of Ilurllngtou; vice-president, H. W. Hurgess nf Hennlngton; siTrctniy, 1. W. Parks of Moutpeller; treasurer, Harry Huss of St. Johnshury: oxeciitlvo commit tee, G. A. Miller of Hiirllngton, J. F. Pago or Manchester Centre, U. W. Culley of 1 Morrlsvllle. II. Huss of St. Jnhtmbury, J. 1 C. Parker of St. Albans, W. It. Adnms of .unriiwiCK ... . ,r:nur Alien, ngeu ... years, was lounu dead In his bed nt lho homo of his son Arthur. Jr.. on Fast Stato street M011- day morning. Tho cause- of death Is sup posed to have been heart failure. Ho Is survived by two sons. Arthur of this city nnd Thomas of SprlngtleM, Mass, Mr. AI- 'en was born in Loudon, Rn-iland, Ho cumo to this country about ) years ago nnd located lu tho town of Westlleld, M...-u ..-1....-. 1.. '..II....-..I 1.1. .....1.. .1.... ...c., . ,,.- . .,v iu,ii,t,i-n in.-. 11 1111 v. 111,1 1 of cigar making, which ho learned In tho 'ity of his nativity. Thirty years ago last Jaiiuury ho enmo to this city, nnd with Thomas West, endured In tho clcrnr , J,. , ... inaklni business. Ho tlnnlli eniriii-eil in business for himself in the Hazen block and later in the lllalto block and his son Armur now couuucis 1110 business at mat stand. Mr Allen wan u typical Fngllsh- mun and ho was beloved mid respected by i,J . mini insn ivi, juvi.il mill sun fiuus and by his numerous gifts had en- dearcd himself to many persons and or- ''""" thl. city, ills wife, died somo years ago nnd was burie.1 In the nun ino inner will tuko occupancy at n... f. F..,., I..,. I.... i ' ,.v.. ..... ...... uui-n m nu. einpiuy of Heymonil Gottlieb of New York for t! past 'ow years as travelling agent nnd In well known In this section as a bright nnu upright business man, Mr. Towks- uer ino uociors caro. ucorgc i-iiuer. a wen 10 no resilient of I'.nsi jiuin H-iiur, commuiin suicldn .Mon- morn-iiu uy nai'giug. Tliero Is no cuuse nltnijutniilo for his net unless It be that ho was despondent hecauso of poor' , health, which had of Into caused him at ' times to show serious symptoms of de- ' .. , I . , , . , . . . cot un ear v m ihn lr.nm n- anrt w..nt tn tlio barn while tho family wero sleeping nnd planned nnd carried out tho deed that endod his life. Work on tho Bolton Falls dam Is prog ressing very satisfactorily and which l about nlna feet above the water at tim pretent time. It Is thought that tho Job will be completed boforo the cold weather sets In. 'l no cases taken up In, the Supreme Court yesterday were, nil Washington .county ensc-s, in tho morning tho court took up tho caso of tho city of Montpellor vs. the town of Rlmore and at tho after noon seaon tho case of Gruce i. Parka vs Tnylrr O. l'arker, and O, II. Smith, trustee, and 1', (I, ('imp. Court will close It" session this week, "I'll" l'i weeks' f.ilr to be held by Ft. Augustine's church opened 111 Armory hall hist evenlni at 7 o'clock. The Mt.ht Iloyey Col. Clark and the I'nlted Slates payiimster. In the ovenlmr u reception W"" Ml',( ,n the armory which was hugely I attended, lion, (loorgo Nichols mailo u ' M"'celi and was followed by Jiiines IJvans. '-""' nimr ui """ii'nu'r iuihuhu ll"t" rn and a musical selection was r n,,erul iiy Mr. and Mis. Oeorse Llmore and Mr. Wilder. Itefreshments wen - . . . . . , "''"Veil after which daiicliiR wns enjoyed Hit shortly after 12. The occasion was u m. inn.. um . , i ... . . imo iw ininiiiers, i rivaio juiniir vmv nun Musician J, L. Tupper, Mrs. Margaret Holland dkd Tuesday niornlriK at tho residence of her son, John llollnml In tho Cox Ilrook nclfihborhood. Hcr line wns nbout SS years. The cause of di-ath wns a Keneral brinkliiK up of tmi system. For several weeks Mie was 111 ut tho rcsldonco of Mrs. M. Cashen In this place nnd a couple of weeks slnco was re- r ..' 11 J" ," :, " r'"v. '. m.n . .... ...... ei manv vhiiin s lice and t ie rum V mVr mvo for mniiv vears l-een residents of this place being among the pioneer settlers of " - : . .. V.x."r"": ' 'nnerai , was irom m. johnV Cathollo church Thursday jiiiin n i ai 10 0 cnurcn iniirsuay ion- wern mnnli.,1 ilm "tth bv llev. S C wero mariieii ine -mi o m. r. i U,.nn Mr. Trnnf U r..llMlwr,. ns II ..j - Illlfl .'IIKIIIi'l .Ml IIIU V, .. ...n.wi.w ntiu the day preco,llng his ueain t scions condition with malnrlal '"T1"1 'V . " ine nay preco-uim' nis .lean. 1 . .1. ...n: .. fever, Illn the cemetery 01 me .ngeis at inai f&nm.r r.vM,?nt of till .1 eoii.!e of years since place. He vnr till town was hero itii,'.. of ...oca u I i mi ,.il miltln RlllmfnII. tlal lmprov.-nieiits on properly he owned 1 i,H n n,c N'nrl hi e 111 WHS IHS li rlll- pace and It w; here ho learned his trade ,t Inachlllst. Tho near telatlves are his mother nnj a sister. Mrs. John Doyle. ' , 1.. ... .... 1" ... nuin 01 wiuni result 111 1 inn in,,..,-, . jjisut .n . liiiien auiiivau woo re.-inen m hn l.,lf,.rll V I, lu hemi llllil nlmOllsl V i,.i,,i ..ni.tiin ,r n. rr.imianv of North jjakolu mllltl.i. (ir,,v,f and Harry McKccfe. sons of frCKht cars In the Central Vermont yard ant having helped themselves to con- riinni,ri nn,i mhor eiiihlrs. drover, the .onlor of" the two, was sentenced to the n,.form School. The younger of the two, ll.-iriv. was not sentenced owing to Ills iceil OWlllg IO HIS excusable. After altit he young , r,,;,..?! n age, which renders him illuimul rr tt llt.iua, I IV, I . ,.'r -,IrM ihii Davis, wns arrested on a mnr charge and his trial was held mln this town his lieadonnrters whllo Ills . Ide Is remembored as formerly Miss IM- KTJ7," ' "Kr". V? UUH Mmwi. 1 wa, rea.p.1 ror t, .,iil.ll..,- nf n,.vl,iirv. . . ... eeiii. er, 0111. ei uiiMiirii in gr .h.nih or M .1. IMeiirv oecilired at ",v": "'" ...!. 7"-"" -uocior sain. 1 can 1 110 .. ...' ;.,. ..: . .'".... r..L . uV. supper .u .rs. u. iifiu s i-Tiuny even- All the help I know fur you I 11 ...nu .. ... .. 11. i,u, iii ..1 th.ii nln.-.. v nierarj unu musical programmo very wen 1 replica, -go n was taken to the l osi ltnl ol that plnte w1 b furnished ami a collection taken If thit i. lft Inr me.' vii liiipuiiiit'iiif;.. ..ii'Aiiii. .1. -.u,ii. iiv . ,1. 1 . .... .... yesterday afternoon. It Is probable that allvo nnd has run away to escape his trou other arrests will follow. Station Agent I'll docs not seem prolwblo ns It Is known uranam curei me names .., ,oi,,s ... . ... , .i.iim. a..,. f ii,,iU, u-..n. oulm yoUnc but the ringleaders ill tile mailer i ,t,ar:es Davis Is soon to leave for Hos- ton In company with (Icorge Ilazelton. .(-,. t ,ni ivitiii-.t i r llinl iti ,1, ii Mr rjnVs canie from Nova Scotia to this ... 0Vflr a yr.,r ,,ncc nm, has mill,L. ,,,3 ! . . i i ......... nunie W illi . llive, unu iikiuu umiij frlMidn, Tll i)n.i.. nf rv, f 01, the .xicms t a .sterday .0 n .', .. " u.?. ,x.' f,. J ... JJ?" "J,', ""' biirle.l in Hie fiimllv lot In Flm ood eeine erv She w will known li , :,' ' ,. 1 "' ,h,. fnmllv lived fa In this place, whore the family lived for many years, occupying n residence on Maple avenue. Her husband, the llev. PLAINFIBLD. AVllllnm and Lovina Gove nre visiting In Sharon. Herbert Taylor Is very sick. -The Slums of New York." by flashlight was clven In tho Methodist cliim-h Wed. was gien in 1110 ftii iiiomsi cniiiLti cu- iiiMly evenl.ig.-Tbo Woman's State Homo" ...I..... ..i.i .. ............ ... .1... I'm ll'l) in-Ill 11 lll'i'llllH ill Hie Metbodlst church last Wednesday and Tl.iirsdny.-D.,nlel Abbott was arrested l.ir M1511111L: .lull nil inir iiiviiv 1,111 I'liii'r. 11 ill , , . ii,,..,i tin .,,,,1 ,,niu Mr and Hampshire jclsoii, Khkc into the mill siejim mill the place ..i.. ...m iu .r,..io- o.ir. 11 Mr .,,,,1 t,u vemo Grllllih visited the past week In wllllamstown and rialnlleld. The law H1t between J. Nelll and W. Casey for trcspns wns heard last Saturday. J. Nelll -hh nllowo.1 $., nnd costs. WORCKSTF.R. r il will V r It'll t Ol Uel roll MICH IS I lie n, 1.1J m..u A, ,n,i F.dwln Wright of Detroit, Mich., Is the Arthur Howl'eson of linrdwlck spent last ..,.. .. in, M.mia in mn-n -Wnniit vni,. ....... I. .... ,.. .,.' .."L iC ni'iim 111111 ill" ..""nr. ,. I few iV n"o -(l II lew iin-s n.o.-tuoigo j,iouniu one of oi r oldest and mos respect, zens died on WeilnesJav last after stniie ctzen!, ,ied on WcdnesJay last nfter -u i,0rt Illness Mr Stone wns nearly sa v'oars old ami most of bis long life had b,.' 't ' , Worcester, where ho was known by everybody and greatly esteem Cll for )lls mu,y excellent ounlltles . Ho i.,nVrs besides tho widow a son George "CS0Z ldnl "n aSer. Mrs. M J. i,a,cy. Tho fulleral W1IB on Frlday.- me.,,,, nn Fridnv lit nlU,IU "U C rilHIJ I.IHI, FAYSTON. John Livingston Jr.. has gono to Mont- ieller to work on a farm for Mrs Foster. -Frd Uettls and wife have returned from tcr .Mildred of Mlddlebury Mrs Louis Carroll and son Palmer of Warren visited at their cousin's F. A. Hrngg's last week R Dal 1 1 1 or ii'.i.i j. Rev. Pliny Flsk. recently from North lviuntn r..,,i i,.,i,.. nr iv.r,p a i.i.u occupied tho pulpit nt tho Congregational church very acceptably last Sundny Mrs. E. M Savage had n partial npopleptlo t,hoek Monday morning, but Is very much Improvod. Miss Lucy Harris is very sick, Don Wilder of Drnttleboro has been making a short visit at tho homo of his nirrntL m. nn,i m, -w ti wii,ip. Goorge L Wnlbridge. who lias' been very sick tor somo tlmo, 18 now considerably Improved. Mrs. Frank Moxham has gone to tho hospital at Burlington for treat ment. Mtss Myra Jones Is nway on a week's visit with friends In Montpeller nnd vicinity. MIDDLESEX. E. E. Campbell, station agent, was In Rraliitrco over Sunday, attending tho fu neral of a relutlve. Tho Homo Circle met with Mrs. Seuver Howard Monday and hold a moat enjoyable soclnblo. Mrs. W. II. Ilerrtok und Mrs, Levi Swift returned i -...mi.. .ii ..i ......... .. . .... ..i.... - - iii'iAuinii, NORTH FAYSTON. Aihn iiuvU Daniel Stains and Orlando drowned tho day before 111 the Conneotl- ,,.,.. li,,i., i,,,,i, 1 A... ,.,V.iX '.,. Mrs. Georgo Kelly of Xow Sherwln of this town. Tho ono killed by l'!i r1lvor A lo,c"1 Physician, who by tho ths CoUrt In writing, by tho executor visited hU sister Mrs i .1 Davis weighed m pounds.-Mrs. Clark and wny .has a wcaPh of intereMing old docu f the lasl will ami testsment of c Smlthof Duxbury moved Mrs. White have returned f.oni Rutland. ,C""'"K, ?ZfnLj!?J!!? 1.' :" 'Z T?' ilM house and Is to work In the nnd Mrs. L. A. Ltam rroni urecnnold. ' :,';'""' . w'' s Id deceased i pr,VeiVting in -Wcsloy Ingalls has lioiiglit Mass.-.Mlss i-owen 01 -tiiii s i;oiieBe, L. V-Ii ' . "L ' i'V,:;. said court, that It would lie bencHi-lal t .,u trJ ii,.i ..n' Muss., nreached 11 tho U11 on cJiurch at "nii-mi ruim- unu' 111 n... i uuur. niBii lat week from Hoston. A daughter won ion) lo Mr. and Mrs, Henry Hllloway Inst Friday, weighing 1V4 pounds. Mr, and Mrs, Wuyne t. Slllowny returned from notion last Tnursd'iy aim are it i ttic iiomo of the bildo'a tiurciiM. Mr. and Mrs, J. W. y ,' hous-. Mis, WATUmtt'ItY, Coffrln, who has been spending several days lu Hoston lias returned home. ,, u. Alien of ( 'union, Mass,, visucii friends In town lar.t Friday. v, h, Carroll lias purchased tho small i.iiit.M,,. ,iu,..t ...1.11.. ,rr,iiu fi, on.u "'', .vv ......w .-....r, ..... ,.v. , nd.ool house and ha-s had It moved onto i,s p, emlses on Main street, whcio he will i ii... u nu i, ii.irn. t juy Heoll, Willi lias lieen speilillllK Hlo summer at ilio mountains and In Hoston, ),M returned home. The JiypatU club w ill meet Friday af- ternoon with Mrs. Charles Hatch. Flt- nw,lti l!4 t,c programme: Answer to loll vat by Cuiietit Kvents; Olympus mid Mytlis of Jupiter and Juno, Mrs. Wlilte- MUi Myth of Kuropa, Mrs. Knights; Myth ol Semele, Miss Kindt; .Myth of An ioiie, Mrs. Pa mer; Myths of Ilaucls unu I'lllIUTloU, .MISS 1'arKCT .MVIU 01 rt..-. w.. i.i.i ..... I ...u Miss Drew. a c , m,.. Maek and daughter. Katherlno !,.. mi-.i m ti,,rii....tn , llaVP moved tO llurllllgton. I Ihe new sehoo building will be com pletcd Saturday If the, black boards ar rive, which aro expected to-day. Tho 1- Hiding, when completed, will huvo cost XL h , ,. . The Now Lngland dinner .t the Moth- (titlel ,,l,l,rl, ,,l i.r.ln n'f.u ... urn,., aim. "-"" ..".- Duv- tt iinMni.iir.ie. nm i'..itr,iM much ,r-ii- " nn ,,M ,r,i nn it-. llcv. Cyrus Hamlin of Lexington, Mass., ... ml,,lonm... .,,-,, ,,... l...a ltP. ..III .. .1 I ... iiusi ,,,., v ,.1,1 ki.i; .1 .VtlUIIII, 1 The Lord's supper will bo ohserveJ nt tho Congpgntlnnal church next Sunday. The preparatory -jcrvlco will be held on Thursday evening. The Phllomathean club will meet Friday fiAMS,MS IK ill Ma.l 1 S t. . . . nternooii with Mrs. Alhort Atherton WIN 1)11 AM COVXTY. UULLOWS FALLS. J. K. Hrosnnhan nnd Mtss Kate Veyland were married Wednesday at Still Hlver. . Mass.. the homo of thn bride. Mr. nnd ;l Mrs. Hrosnnhan will travel for n month wiin nn; iiriiMianiin-jacKsnn uomeiiy uo Mr. Hro.snahan being tin owner of tho company, before returning to tholr. home IIITC. No traco has ns yet been found of Volla Hlnndln, who dlsniipeared so mysteriously niia) . -v eons am searcn ui ueon itepi "o' -r innes, nu wunoui success, ino public generally believe that tho boy has committed suicide. It Is known that at times he has been despondent, thai his "ume ine was not a. nnpiy ono ami nun "' eer.u occasions lie lias cxnresseil a. " 'i "i-iiii.,,ii.- lit nan caii esseti ,t '"'"l 1" ""d his life. It ls thought that oonstant brooding unsettled his mind, es- peelally as l.o has not been In tho best Peelally as ho has not been In the best ')f health lately. The theory that he Is 1 M.1 F In, Itml ft,. ...r.M.. .....,, 1......I,,. 1. 1 u . . -'- room. Careful limulry among the train -""ii loin niai.es 11 cerilllll mill 110 lllll ii.i.i in iih ui ine irains, ini searching will bo continued and the fum- 11 offer a reward of J.V1 for any Informn- Hon leading to tho dlscovorv of lho hoe's whereabouts, vi.STMIVHti'P wI'.IjIJII.MiIMi, ', TlmCPcp'10" ',n.no: .f """J' Ml."''r ed b y r&n?rivih Mlllor .L... ".V,h .:!".r h....- ... ..... .v.-, K .uuum ... nw -A. perlenco of his regiment from the tlmo they left rnmpa Ilelgh s till the surren- dor of Santiago Hart's orchestra fur- iilshed music. Tho reception closed with The temperanco rally held on Oct. 2SUi was n success. A largo number of pupils with their teachers worn present from the "'" "l 0,ol'"1, 1 ni 1 , ,!. Anihdell and Felclivllle and each of thtst. omiiranimo Hosldei " ."T" " ,c ..' .. J'lr f' 1 .dh? schools nt South lUartlnu, IJailey s Mills, iiiir.u till.. 1 ci 1 ifitiuii... ii'iiiiniu ig caiin , .... 1 . ..' ... were rcnu uy mno or ma pupus. 1110 "."a ''1. ' 10. ?-.cai!l"" wns li v rv iniDresiiiiu aim eninvH.nin one. - - - - Tho evening closed with a social lu Ull Felelivllln last Sunduv mornlni- nnd will Pleach thvo again next Sunday. Mrs. Rita Richardson, who has been In Ver- mont o,?r n year, has rcturnod to her homo In Chicago. Charlos duly and family Imvo Moved to Tunbrldge and have rinted tho Maple Grovn House at Ham momtsvlllo to 10. Peoples. uneirir tuvinivp SOL ill Rl-.ADlf-i. sll!!l "tz Wllklns gavo a young folks party last Thursday evening. C. Wllkle Lewis, who has beon sick with trnhold 'over ls now having abscesses under his lanced. nrmy uut lj,aLn,1avea,to ; uriuiuin nt.iiiii ino phikv iiii. u i", . . Wlndtor and Alba Davis of this pluce each had tho good luck to kill a deer 0110 welghliiB 1W pounds and the other 275 pounds. INVENTIONS OF VtRMONTERS. The I'lrlt Stuunliust, the I'lrH Knitting .ilm blue unit Hie l'lrt UrercliliiRilliig llllle -Old lubllcntloiii. Ornngo county takes credit for havlnrr launched the first steamboat; for tne ma. nuracturc or 1110 nrst KniiiinB-macnine; the conception of the llrst sohool globe, and the llrst bfuech-loadlng rllle suys tho Urattleboro correspondent of the Spring- Held Reiiubllcan. Ho continues: Thero lj m..al,iii for illunutltn- thu claim Inns- llrt Olliisloll ror disputing llie Claim, Hills- A"!.;..:. rii.p. i r;. . 1 pii 3 . 1- 1 n ixiiicvi k.j-i V.1-V11 . . . . ------ ..... F ff 1.-i-ri sr. j . ........ r...... 1-111..1 i..... .....1, 1... j'iinuru 1 .inner. Hum ui wnom ivpra , o'" ..?.,., ........ peate.lly. Urattleboro and Wndhsni wore not appointed postmaster.'. There county have furnished n number of In. aro cnnnlbtls In sonw of these Is amis, hut vento. Among the number wns William ' ' ,-'enr,8 we coM i w out the na Go ildV tho old Urattleboro plumber, who "". lionize the Islands with .lis invented Improvements In tlre-englnes In Pnt,S 0TMTcWgnnS, nIrcssmau 1KM, as well ns machines for making lend Smlt:h n- at Mlchlgnn. plpo with tin lining, several yenrs before A patient named Willis at the VonmcHit asylum in 1S45 invented tho locking Irons now used for fastening tho sides of bed- ' ?..' . lno. "uo JUUBe uorr fraaiey in iwi iiiveiueit a. romo' pump, a wr. KeyeB In IKK) Inventod a slate-cutting: itin- cnll,0i which wnB ued for a number of ",fnrs nl the Guilford quarry. Every ono 1,118 l'enrd of the famous Rrnttleboro "tamp and of Postmatiter Palmer, who Is 8UC( ln 1W!' n IU" 5'ear b'or tho gov- ornmonl used Its postago-stamps. John uore. urmiieDoro b oiu mucuimsi, wns t inventor of a steam wagon or carriage " i' "u.Jt. many years ago. it was driven oy an en gine of several horse-power and att rated much Interest. Mr. Qore was alio the in ventor of tho mowing-machine, which had many imitations. The benefits ot his In genuity were lost by his failure to secure patents o'n his Inventions. Frunklln Wheeler, one of ltrattleboro's oldest residents, who came hero moro than seventy yearn ngo, was probaly tho first In Vermont to discover the art of gold-plating. Mr. Wheeler was a manu facturer ot window springs, and by acci- Escaped Death. Unusual Experience Granted Le Roy Bowen Given up to Die by Four Doctors Because of a Serious Compli cation of Diseases-How He Saved Himself. From Ihe IMterprUi, To fscnpo death after beinj; plven up by four doctors, mid bidden good-bye to family ami menus, n an experience not crameti - ..." I . At N i, every man. ctjt happened to Mr. Lo Uoy H'wen 'DMrift township, Illue Larth Co., . Mr. Mnwen t n farmer, but foruierlv re sided 111 Mnpletou, vrhern he wai clerk and city liiarsli.tll for a number of esrv He U a well-known member of the Mionio fra ternity and is of sterling honesty and up rlfthtneu of diameter. Ilis ttory ia of the grtalost intercit. lie said ; "I waj "iiiMenly taken sick in tho spring of 189.). The doctor tens summoned. Ho pro nounced my caie one of gravel and laid tho piini wa eauied by the piu-hro ol a stone .1.. u I . . .1 . I . IJ." I I... 1 irom. me muocyi io 1110 uimmer. j uuciureu it'.' him for three months, hut wai not bene filed. Once a week I would have a bad spell r .t .1 .1. ...-.I... ,i..i..M .-i.i.i. t ,r,iw,i 1X1,1 ' " " Flnnllr I wml tn l-nWnli nnd rnnnlld -. . . . specialist. He .Uted that I did not have gravel, but thoiiKlit it was rheumnti-m ol the ,lotnu 1 COtitinucl to visit him until the enfl of August. Then I beesme completely Iiedrlddcn and sent for another doctor. He caM my e0mpint lii'l.munatlon of the I ,. .. ... , ... uoweis anil ireaieu me or mat. umm... .1 1 .1.1 1...... ,1 lut HK lir mill my i'U"U oriiir lae mc II 1 1 V of Illlsll Meilienl inllope. nhlrfn-n. nnd it was decided tlint I had neuralgia of the that until Uc- 1 grow worse. I hen you any good, s an operation. ' on and operate, The appointed time came; the four doc- dent dltcovercd si shining metal In the woods nt West Urattleboro, which after ward was pronounced sold, though found in t.io small uuantltlcs to pay for workltu it VI t It IB (IP tlltlM nfllPllull fl fAfllll'lir M-1'-, AVcor,'"nf . 11,0 "J10 f"?V 1 ""T' tlon of three Central American States, -An!-'i i1' T.k'r m"Ue lh irtr!,tiWOrk,l,1i- r1"! vador, Nlc.ir..i,a and Honduras, wl ,h ,e . n,,d then proposed a breeel,.o.idlng , , bn ,,onilll(,twl lmilur common nl- .-.-u,iW pisio. which ami- ,',Ue'1 , ,ne1, Colt, ''"''f I'V ye'""'' nl"nue &. ine oi iiratiienoro invenici :i '" J" " r m i-ii, 'l'l'' nmy havo bi-ii tho conception nf ho ",,' .' ,. ,,,,, i,l!"? h? ."n mplil-llrc gun. Mr. Plko gave Samuel Colt mnny points relating to his vaiimblu Inventions, and at one time offered to contruct the llrst tevolver for fl'Xi. Mr. Colt thought that too dear, but f ; " " r.:"j "i ; ;; ,, port, a native of Wllllamstown, was the Inventor of the telegraph, tho electric mo tor and electric- railways. Ho was a blacksmith by trade, and worked In Hran. don until lVlI. Two years thereafter ho inilo nn electric motor, setting It on an . , , , ,, , ., ,. , , , rtl, ''r nkliiB-cup. He exhibited It n owJor1,; 5'"dl'':Uc' whn VV? llU ." !'':of s ". Morso was one of the number who examined the Invention. In n paper read before tho Urattleboro pro fessional club several years ago Oov. Ful ler said: "Prof. Morse declined to give nn opinion other than this: 'It ls certainly worthy of consideration, and tho subject Is one In which I fcot a lively Interest., " Davenport ulso Invented a 24-wlro tele graph for lho sending nf messages over Irng ilHtances which ho had on exhibition In New York and which wnsalso examined Iiy Prof Morse, the New York Hccord-tr of 1837 Miylng: "A gentleman of our ac quaintance several years since suggested tl-iit nn- Intulll i-Ah-in m I rVi t Via 1-1-immitn I . cited almost Instantaneously hundreds !f ou-n',, ,.f ,,lllef "V nienns of very fine wire coated to protect them from mols- tui.0 mi cxteniJed betwii.n places thus wlllely ..(.,mritcd. ' Tho nrtlclo which was milto interesting, Is understood to huvo urro.i to ,he invention of Morso and that'of Davenport, and Prof. Pope of New model, concluded that 311 furnished the basis patents. Davenport's wire for each letter of ulthough Morse began slngle-wlrn Invention In farther than the tho f mngnetlsm until the Davenport with tho sending the electric oaratus at the other shown him. Morse, however, subsequently Invented un alpha- bet enabling him to dispense with '-'! of Davenport s wires. To ono who enioys rare old publications, the Held lu and about Urattleboro Is moat iitorcs ng Proln Iv tlio nrst oub catb n niorcs 11 it,. 1 iniiiiu 1110 nrsl puoiieiillon ln Urattleboro was irom the press of Hen Smi.nd In 17f1. It InMhc a sermon nreached .. . ---- nt llrnlllnhopn .lll.v 1 17117 In- nv Wl. -- .. . " ' St,A . n Kn TJrLn i-lon of the burial of Pardon Taylor and .... ...... ... " - - ,-. . ..... v..- j.iiwarii I'aimer, ooin 01 wnom were had more influence. In tho treatment of the poor than any other publication is entitled "Now Kngland Chattels," or "Life In the Northern Pnorhousc, writ ten by Rev. Samuel Hayes Klllnt. son of Samiidl I-llldt, for whom Klllot strem was named. This publication hud a wide in iluenco In calling Httention to the manutr of conducting poor-houses at that time, and wns tho means of radical reforma tion in tho conduct of these Instlutionn. It was published In 1KV7. Previous to thin expose, ninny of these poor creatures ..... uiiplnnpil nIT tn thn hlulioat hlil.l.r- were auctioned off to the highest bidder. nnd t was this pract on wh eh Rev. Mr. Elliot sought to extirpate. The ilrst his- , , . . ...... lory 01 ermoni unuouiiieiuy was puts, "shod by Williams In 171U at Walpole. N H. The llrst newspaper at Westminster, printen uecemner H, lia, the ermont Gazette and Green Mountain Post Hoy, Is In possession of tho Vermont hHtorlcnl societv nt Montneller. It ls said Unit n copy has recontly been found In Town uhond, A Urattleboro collector has n full set of Walton's Vermont directory, begin ning with the flrst in 1S1. HOW TO UTILIZK THK PIULIPPINKil. , Islands In tho Phlllimlno A ' wimt n f6"P TV V.nt" r,''1 V1 ,T '.. 5 . .' If the I'ultod States holds them, to send mosieai army oi our people wuu Drramo n,le'' wlt" nisappoiiiuuent even time an ,,,,,.,..,, 'h,.. i,.;,. m.. administration changes, because W. C. Whitney's newly purchased land In tho Ruquetto Region ot the Adlron dacka contains C6.00O ucres, DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS AND GLASS. We would respectfully call the attention of all parties intending to build, or make repairs, to our large stock of the above goods. All regular sizes carried for immediate ship ment House Finish, nnd odd work of every description, furnished to order, upon short notice. Small orders receive the same careful attention that we give to large ones. Our prices are low We guarantee all work. MORGAN Pioneer Shops, Maplcton, ,1inti. tors present examined me fir two hour-, then they retired and coniulted fur th siuae length of time. Tliey concluded that they did not know what ailed tue. The head pliTiic.ttn asked permission to 'cut,' as he cxpre-sed It, 'and find out. I asked how lilg a plnre lie wanted to cut. lie said ' he thought (our Inches far enough. ' I did not want any such hide-and-seek name nlaved with ine. so the operation did not occur. I continued under the doctor's care, but my ck-. was eon ildered liopelrs. I made my will, halar ed my accounts and niado every preparation tor death. "Kay after day was passed in Intense a?ony. As a lust resort I told my In ed niuu to get a box of Hr. Williams' I'-nk Hills for l'ale People. I hart read consider able about them and thought I would try them. Immediately after beginning the use of these pills I commenced to feel better and In two weeks I was out of bed nnd around, thanks to Dr. Williams' l'lnk I'llli for Pale People." I hereby certify the abovestotement is true, to the best of my knowledge nnd belief. Li. Uoy Howb.s Witnesses: J. A. ltiddeson, Mrs. I.e I'.oy Bowcii. , , Mr. Howen's post office address is Mean ford. Minn, lie will gladly answer any in quiries to those enclosing stamp for reply It whs nature's own remedy thst aecom- n! dished this cure caused by impure blood for Dr. Williams' i'ink Pills for Pale People no composed of vegetable remedies that exercise a powerful Influence in purifying and enrich ing the blood. Many diseases long snppocd to he incurable hare succumbed to the potent influence of these pills. This unlTerssJ remedy is sold by all druggists. UNITKD STATICS OF CI'NTKAL AMLIl 1CA. San Francisco, Nov 2 The st, inner ! Ac;iIluiCo which arrlv. d from South Am- 1 1 .... -.n. .si.--.V-i l.fliit M.-is-u nr tU. ... tl miMistr.illon In be known as the l'nll States of Central America. The Imuig 'a tlon of tlv new ivglin" was to be uh -d , voat.v ,liiy :l(.eurlliiK to tho Aoup'it , ysrnprs ,lm, a (, g,,,.,,,,,,, is lu ,it h3 honor of Ihe event was to be tv Id Aln....H. ,,lllch ls IO ,,,, lho Pnt of government. There nre twenty-seven rnya' fim es In Kuropc, two-thirds of whom are of German origin. MAPLES CURED BY llerorc using CfTircn. Soai. my face and hands were Just .is rough as could be and my face was all cmcrcd with pliuple. I was 1111. fit to look at, but after using CrrtcritA Soai three weeks, my face wx. equal to iclvet. Feb.C,H'J3. l'APL Dt'l'ItK, Chaler.lj. I "Uffered with lilackhcads and pimple, for two or threo years until It became chronic. I tried emrvtlilup Imaninablo.but it did me no good. CltTIct'RA Soai cured me. I'cb.'.'O.'M. L.V.GILLIAM, Oak P. 0., Y.l. I was troubled for eight years with pimple on the faco. I commenced using CiTTicun i ?oaV. In .1 very short time the pimples all ill -appeared and mv skin is now in a healthy condition. .lA.MUS FOSTER, Feb. 17, 1833. Dlxmont, Allegheny Co., I'a. f-oMlhtourhout th. wnii. Prl-..Wc. Pottii Pro . 11 1 ins riiti., sol- I'rnp., Ildton. - I -.1., Cr-'LtitcM I ure Pimplei,' millfd IN INSOLVENCY. STATB OF VRHMONT, DlHrlct o( Chit tenden, Court of Insolvency. In the mutter of John H. Fltzuerald, In solvont debtor. Take notiee that the second nnd tl. r 1 meetings of creditors of John F. Fitzger ald of Hurl ngton. In said llstrli t, IiimjI vent delitor, will Ik held ut the I'toNUu Oirtce lu said Hurllnglon. on lh Mill ay of November, l'tv, at l1) o'clock a. 111. That ut said meeting the Judge will audit and pass the accounts of the As- s'gnee now on Hie In said Court, nnd he debtor may apply for a discharge Done bv order nf Conn nt said Hiirllng ton, this 1st day of November, lM'S, JILVNIK STACY IS. wit Resist. MAHY ANN WILLIAMS' KSTATK. STATU OF tenden. VKRMONT, District of (.1 li Tho Honorablo the Prolate Court, for the Dlutrlct of Chittenden. To the heirs and all persons Interested In the eiao of Mary Ann Williams, Kite of Jericho In ...I.I Jl.t.lnl ,u..l , - "i"i the heirs and all Persons Interested ln tho estate of said deceased to sell the whom of the mil estate of said deceased, and convert the same into money. And bringing nun couri ine consent ,11111 npprobatlon In writing, of nil the heirs to Mt.1,1 estate residing 111 this State. Whereupon the said Court appointed nd nsMgneil th 'ilst day of Novcmbei. lsiit at the Probate Coutt rooms, in suld ls tricl, lo bear and decide upon said .11 r.l cation nnd petition, and ordeied p. if la li itlco thereof in be given to all pi-ri- jus Interested therein, by publishing said jr der, together with the. time nnd plain of hearing, three weens suecesnveiy 111 ins Hurllnglon Free Press, a newspaper win in clreu hues n the neighborhood of thrsi arsons Interested In said estate, all which ,,tii,iir.t lmll h-, nr,,v iiiir tn ihw .lav publications shall be previous to the day unsigned for hearing. Thu,.r..ra ...pit r, hprphv npllllAH tn 'in. ,,ear before said court, nt the tlmo and ,,ttCC assigned, then and there In said Court, to mnko your objections to the granting of such license, If you see cause, Given under my hand, at the Probata Court rooms, this 1st day of November, 1P1S. JHNNIK STACY. IS.wSt Register. JOSRPH S. CILLKY'S HSTATK, We. the subscribers, having been arn pointed by tho Honorablo thn Probau Court for tho District of Chittenden, conn mlssloners to receive, examine und udjusl the claims and demands of all person- against the eatato of Joseph S, Cllley, lllt. - jorlcho. In snld HIBtrlct. ilecr.isi ed, and also all claims unit ciemanus ex. i,i(,ifp,1 In nffPl th,.rtn! .inrt kIt mnnthl irom ine nay ui ine nine nurem iiuing ui lowed by said court for that purpose, w do therefore hereby glvo notice that w will attend to the buslnoss of our appoint ment nt the otllee. of E. H. Williams. In said district, on the fourtli Saturdays ol November and March next, at 10 o'clocw it, in., on encli of sabl days. Dated this 1st day of November, 1S9 L. II. CIIAP1N, I. T. STOnY, 18,w3t Commissioners. BROS., Burlington, Vt,