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THE KUKLINGTUN ViUiE VKESS, THURSDAY, JMAUOII 2. WM.
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Advertising In this column one cent n
i . i .i.... r i, i,,,..o,i
every ween, (.ami in ninoncc " i"" i (,,u,n ,, S. Willey's farm.-Gcorgo Mor
Ko advertisement taken which Is less than 1-11111 has taken one of tho Smllle farms
twelvo words, two lines. Special terms to
ndxertisora Using from 2M) to 1000 lines
within twelve consecutive months.
WOMAN AH IIOFSEKEEPER wanted In
i-mall family: good references, u. w .,
Free Press olllee.
WANTED Mutter, eggs, poultry, pota
toes, dressed hogs and all farm produce.
Inquire C. A. Hno, Hint Charlotl", Vi.
cthpaxs nv CIVIL WAR can earn
moil, y cusiiy. moment ' . ... ......
Ph irmacist, Plltslleld, Mass. ot.ttot 1
'K vrr.n ion bushels of oats. Pi
h.to Leghorn or Plymouth P.ocl: pul
lets and two barrels of npn!c wanted.
Address W. 13. Hates, Burlington, Vt.
Vnniin j7i nc:splack, NoniTveri is
buigli Hollow for sale PrU-o H)u Ad
dress Mrs. P. A. Owen, Charlotte. Vt.
FKM FOR SALH, two nnd one-halt
miles west of llilstol village. ermtalnltiKj
70 .,cres, 1rt 'ows and a team. iw oreu-
. ....... . ..V i. w.iinr noiv tiif,
,' ; ,:,,,,, ..., ,. ,,01,. the
,0 spr ngs ,,f r nnlnB water ik ,i ht
.u-e. George Lai aim. 11
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CTPU POSTS STAIII-'H ASP THLis-
Pil'cT I'OLlis for sale at low prices, j
Go, a time to get your supply while '
air ,r lliritr. G. C I'rlndlO iS: C50n. Ji 11
i.-ni-i sat.kSiiw mill, crlst mill, black-,
miih and wh.jelwilght shop, oreamcrj
.ilso good hmue and barn nnd 13n acru
woi.d lot. Good buildings and mills are
.u!,tr3r Fo W
good 1 unnlim rlmr. '"f ,
nation inqulro of t.eoigi. u . e.e
4 11 f rtrimi
lev Tinrllngton. or W. C. Scellcld,
Starksboro, Vt. 31.v.tr
WHIST SCOIUC CAP.DS. nice ones; 10
cents a dozen, by mall 12 cents a dozen.
Freo Press Association 33,wtt
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mrkTzT rn, vi, riil,lln notlro Is hereby
gtven as riftuired by SKtion m u i-'
Water Ordlninco that un .c 1 ...
M.inb ,ir now duo nnd payable nt tho
Water OtHee No. f. City Hall. Fillers.
lirompt payment Is made, f, per cent, will
bo adddl to the tax bill and the water
shut off as prescribed In Section S ot
II. CRANDALL, Supt.
IVVFST IN FIRST MORTGAGK FARM
LOANS In Southeastern Nebraska,
Clarence 13. Smith, Tecumseh, Nebr. ,
FARM OF 2."fl ACRKS: with or without
da ry or farming tools to rent. Ro 23,
Now: IRuen. Vt. Ki.wlt
.1 imni.FTKrA' WITHOUT l'ATN.
THE ONLY OFFICK IN BURLINGTON 1
where you can gei icein iiirat.
WITHOUT A PARTICLI-3 OF PAIN,
without taking Gas or Cocaine.
LADY ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE.
Xo Tain ! Ho Dnnger 1 .No Alter Effects !
Dr. L. Hazen,is5Xo:st.
if wit-h fnr vnnr tocth to be pxtrnrt-
Nl go to Dr. Hazen. I believe he win t-K., coniorreii vno .trn uegreo upon 11. si. sia
ibem out for vou just as he did for me, livid, after which a banquet was served by
uithrmt nnln or anv unpleasant effects.
.1. II. FRKSN. South Hero.
1 0 you want job print
if ing 30U want the
best at the lowest prices.
You can get what you
The Free Press Job Office.
GKORGE I. T I AO A IV S KSTVTK.
ETATE OF VERMONT, District ot Chit
tenden. To all persons concerned In the cstato of
fin.rge I Hagnr, Into of Hurlington, in
laid district deceased,
At a Probate Court, holden at'llurlW 1
ton, within nnd for the district of Chit-1
t. nden, on the tlrst day of starch, iso, an
Instrument purporunK 10 ue mu msi win
Slid testament of George I. Ilagar, late ot
liuiilngton. In said district, deceased, was
presented to the court aloresald, for pro
bate. And It Is ordered by said court that tho
21th day of .March ISXi, at tho Pro
bate Court Rooms, In said Hur.lng.
tnn. htt nssiirned for t.rovlnt?
Instrument: and thnt notice thereof bo
Il.a.i u.ttvi.v, v.... ,,v.,v,. ,
rill" l.'"1'1 V'ill1! YJ1'',1,' l,y ,m":
ihiishPd At si, l riurlbmYoii. mevl ms in
the time appointed.
Therefore, you are hereby notified to ap-j
pear oeioro ram cuun, hi me nine una
piaco aioicsaio, a u cmiiesi inu prooiuo
af said will. If you havo cause.
Given under my hand at Hurllngton. in
tuld district, this first day of March. ISi'.i.
EZRA M. HORTON.
CAROLINE FISHER'S ESTATE.
STATE OF VERMONT. Iistrlet of Chit
tenden. To all persons concerned In the cstato of
Caroline Fisher, late of Colchester, in said
At a Probate Court, holden at Hurllng
ton, within nnd for thu dUtrlct of Chit
tenilen, on tho 2Sth day of February, isv.i,
no Instrument purporting to be the Inst
.,111 a.wl ,..Mt.ifnt.nt nr Citl'MUiir. I. Iwli..r 1,,!,.
PI Colcnester, in sain iiisinot ilcoh-
nl, was presented to the couit aforesaid,
AIVJ u is oroe en uy sai. cuun uiai ue
in -.nr ...
mtn Court Rooms
In snld Hur-
lix.tr,,, ,, i. uuli'n,,l fnr nrni'li.f- w., 1,1
iistrumeni; nnu inai notice inereot do
;ivrn to nil persons concerned, by pub-
ishjiig this older threo weeks successively
'."J""0" J.1. ?;'IU. 1'uni'if.ion, previous to
he time appointed.
i nereipre. you are norony nntuieu to ap -
pear befor said court, ut tho time and
place aforesaid, and contest the probato
t said win, li you nave cause.
Given under my hand at Hurllngton, ln
fald district, this Mil day of February,
SW. E.RA M. HORTON.
Jl'LIETTE H. LARK'S ESTATE.
We. tho subscribers, having been ar-
nnln..l l.r V, n llnnn.nl. . -. .. t .
Court for tho District ot Chittenden, com-
m'.ssloners to receive, examine nnd adjust1
the claims and demands of ah persons
ugalnst tho estnto of Jnlletto H. Clark,
Jhte of Wllllston, In said district, do
ceased, and also all claims and do.
mands exhibited In offset thereto; and six
monwis irom um uay oi tno aaio nercof
pose, we do therefore hereby give noticn
that we will attend to tho business of our
appointment at the. office of A. L, Bins-
ln, I? w'lnf,on 'IU''1 'l,'.Mct on tno
A L. HI.N'GHAM
lialnr allowed bv said court fnr that ,.rlf,i
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS
(Continued from Cth page)
was held nt tho home on Sunday, rtcv.
Mr. Low olllelatlng. Tim Grand Army ac
companied the leinalns to tho grave. Mrs.
A, Chase has returned to her homo In
Fairfax. Hyron Lock has taken ono of tho
Warner fnrms n Codding Hnllow.-Cnrl
Russell hns taken T. .T. Cheney's fnrm,
o. A. Gray lias movul tnto his own house.
L. C Pierce litis taken .1. V. Htcvens'
flll.m 011 Kil3t i,i.K,hvard Fitzgerald has
down the river. George Peapnn has;
moviil Into one of J. . Stevens' tone,
lnents nt tho upper village. Thomas
I.avaway has moved Into tho house vac.i.
ted by Morrison and Peter Itnssell of Cam
bridge .lunctlon has moved Into the houso
vacated by Larnway. A company of
ft lends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Thomas gave them a surprise on
t'"' evening of Feb. 21th to remind them
or their ;i.tn marriage anniversary, a nico
sofa and easy chair were nmong tho,
George Wells has returned from Ottawa,
wheie he lias been visiting friends..!. W.
- inner mm oecii uiiiuihk 01 miuwnu 11
ooils and personal property the past
tfun . nti.l tflll ennn lrtm-,1 fi-.n 1 1 - li rt 11
Mass., wheie holms work in 11 phosphate,
mill. Druggist It. Brush not the llrst run bleep, and was very nervous. At
of sap and has made about lf) pounds of tm)0 of menstruation was in tcr
Mlir.it' Tho tn nstrol entertritnmnnt. fur ... ... ....
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uliiK to tho fund over thirty dollars. Iter. I
Kdwln Wheeloek went to Ksscx Wcdnes-'
day to olllclnte lit thf funeral of Mr.
N-lchols.-C. C. Hand went to Hotelier
Wednesday evenlnir to furnish music fur
the play and piomenade. Mr. and Mrs.
A. U. cutting spent Saturday In Hurling
ton. Itev. O. Graves conducted K plseopal
services at Scott's hall Sunday morning,
Thoman went to Los.on Saturday.
. I!. Sw ft of Garl eld was n town Mon-1
earn fr Mr. and Mrs. O.orgo WllWns. I
' . I!. Swift of Garlleld was In town Mon
earo pir .Mr. and Sirs. Ciorgo
-w- C. Mlllington or .loliusn Is also
stopping at Mr. Wllklns1. Wednesday
H,1,r- i'",n""cc, wf,' t0 """hvlck with -lo
,.. 11. 1 mtnv .-, nnu in rub6' N
ris e lent in a store at t lint n aco. Sir. nnd
Sirs. I aunce will go to housekeeping liu-
1 mediately. John Tupper of Rochester was
'at C. 13. Hurt's the llrst of tho week. On
town meeting day the ladles of Unity so-,
ilety will servo a dinner of baked bean. !
coff - '0' ,',"Klt P'' fr "(' modest I
sum of l." cents.-TiieKhiy A. P. Smith ie-1
,.f.iVcd a severo kick In tho face by a
horse. Theio will be a sterooptleon exhlbl-
1 Hon of Cuban ows. accompanied bv thu
' usual lecture at the t'nlty church on the
eLiunHs 'm r iiuay nnu nainroay, iuiiicn
ings 01 iTiuay nnu Saturday, iMarcn
-I. The entertainment Is for tho bon-
if the Stowe band. There will be a ,
Ing of H. II. Smith Post nt G. A. It. 1
. aim -j
( 111 of
hall Saturday afternoon followed by a
meeting of the W. R. C. At the close of
thr mi.tinru ibo l:i,ttu will Mrv nvMtnrsj
10 1110 members of thu Post for i cents.
Miss Marlon Hubbard who Is a profes-
slonal nurse, has gono to Washington to
aslst In Dr. Frank Miner's hospital.
James Hubbard, from Nov York city. .3
visiting li'.-, mother, Mrs. Caroline Mead.
Jason Freeman, from East Roxhury. a
i..rmer neignnor and friend of Rev.
Henry Howard, has recently spent several
days at the parsonage-Morton Hnwley
has moved from .Mr. T. Whltcomb's farm
to the village, and rented ono of Joel
T'.,rrn'x i..n...ic ,,r,,i t f wwi!, i,nu
moved back to his farm'.-Orange Hey-
nolds has rented and taken possession of
a farm In Mllton.-Tho funeral of .Mis. I
Lorenzo (Perry) Raymoro was held at her . , , . r , ' , "lo '
l.ito home last Saturday. Feb. 24. Tho h,cr slsf w," ,,led Saturday of consutiip
Rov. Kdwln Wheeloek being the oniclal- ,'on' . lh,u 'nncnil was held from the
ing clergyman. Mrs. Raymoro survived th'irch there iuesday.
her husband, Truman A. Raymoro only;, -Mrs. Goorgo a. Laird of Royalton hns
four days, his death having occured Fob. ' btcn vlsillng her mother, Mrs. Ira Mau
m, and hlh funeral at tho same place rlco Jones, for a few days.
Feb. 21 .-Mr. John Fulllngtor. died last , "t" ovonlng at the Grange meet
Thursday, aged ninety-one, years, and his a.us f,-7 r';cel,ved Instructions In
funeral was held on Monday, and on Wed- xl lMrj 110,1 fourth 'Ic'srccs after whlcn
nes.lay evening following oecured tho ?,,0"t -n l down t0 tho usuri1 ban-juet
death of his wife, Mrs. Sylvia (Carpenter)
Fulllngton. J. F. Wilcox Is having a sev
ero attack of muscular rheumatism.
Chailes Holmes Is very low and Levi At
woud Is not Improving.
Waterman Lodge, F. and A
last tegular communication,
M., at Its'
mine host Robblns,
,.,ri Irnm iMm,
present. The second entertainmi nt
o lecture course, was given by the
1 1" 'ho
Sveiulsn Trio company of Boston, as senerai ageni 01 111c .national 1.11c in
sisted by Prof. Atwatcr. There was a full m'jy,,Ce 7,m'M"y 'nthls ?Mn- ,"n1
attendnnce.-J. J. Hickey Is In Rutland on f""u 1 Ilar'1 of Mnlpellcr has been
business -W. C. Doano Is in Hurllngton appointed his sucee.-sor
!. l,Mn.-H.-,rr,,.f. (tnn.Uvin r , li !.. i : At t'"- e.nt vi. lage Monday evening
O. Morgan and wife aro on the sick list. -
ert G.iuvln Is nhlo to bo out on pleasant
:iys.-Prof. Walter 13. Howard of Mlo-
lebury college will g.vo a lecture here In
tho near future.-Mrs. A. D. Paige, of
Lyndonvllle, spent Sunday with her sister,
Sirs. Ranger. Georgo II. Whiting and son
will soon start a meat market here.
IMwnrd Dunham has moved to Potter
vllle. James Ruck has rented the Thomi -ion
fnrm on Kast hill and has taken po..
sesMon. 11. IC. Wheeloek is able to be .-.t
work again. Mrs. II. K. Wheeloek was
ealbul to her home In Morrlstown on Sun
day by the Illness of her father, who is
vtr; Mck h pncumonln.-Miss Kdlth
Harkum of 1 Ij Up Park vlslttd at Low.s
cnarctte 3 the llrst of tho week
C. I. Moore Is lepalrlng his store and will
put in a now postofllco. Judge Taylor is
'"'en U..I..-1 liu... um .inuun. ui me Krip.
W- I'. Hartlett has live men working on
.I . . n
sugar utensils. Mrs. L. P, Hrooks has had
ouoe.Ko ,,Pr oporiuiou, mu ncr
y " K'.YU cr. ,n0
neideu te net ami mat she, win soon iiao
neniin ns,ain. i(o unu toou his
, e. v ..... i ,.,Ki .-w m uuu reimw-
.-11 p in r.sscx looge mo evening oi tno
n. home or tno members living here ae.
Luiiij'tiniLu ill... tu .tpntai in inu Hum
namnci i-aino, uffcti auout ,i yoars, (Ilea
hi ur ii'Jiitu iuutiuiiy, hid uil. J
inerai wis neiu lnursiiny aiionioon, the
' . ' .. VW B ","n"""r"1" 1,,,ni-
lies of Mnrtln Sawyer and John Uric.
went to iiardwiek Ihursday to attend
, , , ; uuuu jiiu ...
. . uiuh-i iii-m u v-.j iiii.-ie.ui,K iii. niuriui
for Frances" willard In Yhc Co nl
lal church last Sunday evening.
ry Paddock gavo a very int. res,-
re...ie hi i' ranees . iii.ir.i u ine miil
m .'Kiiii'jiiui ciiiiicu
."iv,. tu,- ..iiv11,11 , . . . i..,K.sf.p lit, Hl,il wi i. nn Ilia wnv
..... .i..n.-"..imi mumy iuiciiuis .11-
, tended tho teachcis' examination last
I Wednesday mid Thursday. Mm. A.
Daveisun Is in Unrton for a few dajs
tic li nr to enio for Her i Iniiunlor. All'..
Amanda Sever, who Is severely 111. Ai-
II,,,,. ,,.,,1 li... c!.l.l. ...... . r
"' rani... "i . uum
New Hampshire, whero thry have been
working for several months.-Tho r -
"I J!r,' SU,HU" i""3; f,",n Nt'w
York arrived hero last Tuesday noon, at-
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hnmbeiiain and his daughter Hessle.
Mrs. .Mills' early llfo was spent In this
town, Sho was greatly loved nnd respect
ed by all who knew hor. J. C, Allen ex-
pens to go on tno road tins ween as
uaieung Haiesmaii lor iirooms.-j no
chicken pin slipper held at tho homo ef
Mary A. Scott was a vory pleasant occn-
.ion. um proceeds worn nooui icn doi -
inrs. .urs. ji. i;. cowies spent a tew
l'"5' ln. low" lm,t fek.-Huttl Hatch Is
',omo f,om JolinBon for a few weeks ncn -
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F, nigolow have been in
New York recently, Tho stallion Red Elm
owned by J. A. Prouty, O, H. Prouty, and
George Haslctt has been sold to C, M,
Darling of Lyndonvllle for KOOO, Mips
Jennlo Avery of Orford. N. H,. is visiting
her brother, Walter Avory,-Mr. and' Mrs,
I'pston of Mancheater, former ies-
"lpt8: '? vWtln. old friends and
I "c'lunlntnnces, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A.
Spaiildlng havo leturned from Hoston
where ho had becu tu u liovpltul for trvul-
COMFORTING WORDS TO WOMEN.
Tho Bursloal Ohtilr and Its Tortures May bo Avoldod by Women Who
Hood Mrs. Pinkham's Advlco.
Woman's modesty Is natural; It is charming.
To many women a full statement of their troubles to a male physician Is nl-
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lost Impossible. The whole truth may bo told to Mrs. l'lukhiiru because sho
la a woman, and her advice Is freely
offered to nil women sufferers.
Mrs. O. E. LAim, of loth and N
fits., Galveston, Texas, whoso
letter is printed below, waa
completely dibcouraffed when
she llrst wrotu to Mrs. l'lnlt
ham. Hero is what she says:
"DiiAit Mhs. Pinkiiam; I
wrotu to you some timo apo,
tolling you of my ills, but
now I w Mo to thank you
for tho good your remedies
have donu inc. I have used
two bottles of LyiHa E.
I'inUham's Vegetable, Com
pound, threo packages of
Sanative Wash, and one box
of Liver Pills, and to-day I
call mvsolf a well woman. I
fiuttcrea with backache, con-
. . ,.,,, ilw, ..,1,1, kr
fctonmeli, no appetite, could not
riblo pain. 1 our medicine is
worth Us wolirht. in crnld. T never '
can sny enougli in praiseof it. I have
,.Ccommended it to many friends. If only
,, . 1,4 n ..m.
nil sutTerlng women would try it, there would be
more happy homes nnd healthy women. I thank
you for the change your medicine has made in me.
j .aIn K rinUham's Vegetable Compound and Mrs. rinkhnm's advice, have
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Suvcci inous.iiius ui woiiiuu iiuiii nullum iipcruiiuiib.
Tho lives of women are hard; whether at home with a ceaseless round of do
mestic duties or working at somo regular employment, their daily tasks mnko
constant war on health. If all women
on the female ore
soothingly Lvdia E.
on the female organs, there would be less
Lydla D. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
mem. can nite lias a so 1 etllrned. hav.
mg been (it the same hospital. They uro
hoth Improved. J. C. Mansur of Callfor-
nln. formerly of Island Pond, is hero vis-
ItlliB his brother, Col. '.. M. Mansur.
, rtT,-i-r 1 1
Mrs Jessie Lefrenla Is very sick.-Mrs.
J initio Staunard is (tulle 111. William
l'ai ker will move soon Into tho Mrs. Hen-
Jamin Mulclilim' house in the south nart
of the town and Charles Wedgo will movo
nnu nit: .-.iimc aouso soon. miurew
into me same Mouse soon. Andrew
Smith of Morrlsvlllo was In town Satur-
day. Noblo Crafts, who has been visiting
In town tho past two weeks, returned tho
last of the week to New Hampshlie.
Sirs. Geome Stewart was cnlli-il in Mm.
rlxinu'n Mriturririv ti, .-it,ir,uu nr
father, D. I. Hrown. Repairs arc going on
at tho creamery. A new boiler was placed
In position last Saturday, and n new iloor
Is being laid.
Tlie Vermont maple sugar market has
decided to purchase, the plot ot land on
vh ch lho. 1n'rf company's storehouse
Js oeate-l Instea.l ot simply renting tho
t"i!dlnp. Thu new machinery for hand-
""K and grading will i-oon be here, and
t'10 .viork ot, remodeling and Improving the
. Mrs- A11,''! Haton has been In Granville
" V' ,1"e,!' J "Kro "'
large number ot visiting members present.
The funeral of Miss Nancy Granger,
aged CI years, was held Sunday nfternoan
from tho home of her brother, C. It.
Granger, on Central street, Rov. G. O.
Howe olllclatlng. Interment was at the
Centre. Sho left live sisters nnd two
brothers. Hers was the first death among
the children of the family In 3fi years.
D. II. Slorso Is lecturing for tho board
of agriculture this week nt North Tun-
''ridge, Marshtlcld and Shady Rill,
Po-tn'.ast. r J. IJ. K'diidge has reigned
broke out In the barn ot
'"i,s "an. cause,, ny no cxpio.-ion o;
jvhl 0 Mr. Hall was at work
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caused by tho explosion of a
'lan,os sr"'C!ul to t,ho ,,,woll'n1''' l!o,,s0
which was soon enveloped. The house
was occupied by Will Morrill and family,
who were preparing to movo this week to
Chelsea. The furniture was saved and all
tho effects except what was In the pantry
James, son of Sllchael Sullivan of North
In Id, a youth of about IS, who came to
town Tuesday evening, created somo ex
citement at the Rod Lion Inn Wednesday
1,1. tnnl.'ln,. , .tf ., ....... of
gloves and a pair of rubbers belonging to
David crnwe and a bottle ol rumlturc
polish which was tho property of another
boat dur. Ho ivas observel and at onco
followed and artested by J. F. Iimson.
He was given a hearing In the forenoon
and fined j.". and costs, amounting to about
t'J In all. Ho tclegraphod to his father for
Mrs. liradley. mothor of Mrs, Frank
r.nwo. has returned In her hnmi. In Wn
uurn, JMiiss., after a several weeks' stay
j.... 1.1.1(1.". Ul lilt' UIUIT .Jl UH' CUSICMI
Star hold their next social March 9th.
There was not a very large attendance
"t the baby show In Grange hall Tuesday
afternoon and evening. In tho class be-
tween one and two years of ago Fred
urawiiiidge's baby was tho prizo winner,
wlille the silver ring for tho handsomest
infant under ono year of ago was awarded
iiiimii iiu.icr i.uu ycui ui imy was iw irtiw
Miss Ulancho Gourley !h vIbUIik? in Ho-
Charles E. Cushmnn and J. H Mclntyro
of Dartmouth collego aro at homo for
Arthur S. Henn Is taking a vacation from
tho waterbuiy asylum -, hero ho has been
an attendant for somu time.
I "V TZ lams mi wife v cro In Hoston
M . ulnv to
CS ' ?h . ma r ed M?s. idarn
Ho (ile'd while on hls wayo'Sa-
T, j. Adams nnd wife wero In Hoston
vannah, Ga for tho benellt of his health.
Heart failure following grip caused Mh
Mrs. Susan E. Slack, who recently went
to Hanover, N. 11., lo visit ai sister. wa,T0iO buckets and spouts will be us.d.
' (.nnj immo last week by the sot loan lll-i Tlie Lincoln Iron Works
1 n..,. of Mrs. J Ii. Sargent, her daughter ped a carload of stono w.
- Aaron N. King, who has been very slcklry to California, which wl
.i. ,.u( .,.i, iu i...m ,..i 'nunrr es there.
i the past two weeks, Is hotter. Mr. and
MVHt Jt uumpneii aro maKing a snort
, ,,,,. through eastern Windsor county.
Miss Coidella Whitney has gone to Prov
Idenco, R, I for a tew weeks. Fred F.
Hnyward of Concord, N. H., spent Sunday
i,rP nH tm, KUCst of Mr. and Mrs, II. R.
, Havward.-Mrs, Ida IVwoy of Lebanon,
M, n spent a part of Um past week hero
,,a n r....ui ,.r Mr. im.i Mrs s A iib.uv
1 she went to
to Sharon I'TKiny lor a short
which she will return to Lolian-
,m,-.Mrs. Nelllo Hall of I-banon, N. II
! wnB n visitor tit Mrs. W. W. Swan's last!
week. Miss Grnco Goodale, who
In Watcrbury several weeks, returns hero
Mrs. Georgo Flint was called to Berlin
last week to caro for her mother, who Is
111, Mies Emma Flint la keeping houso tor
her brother. George Flint, while Mrs.
Flint Is In Berlln.-Porklns Flint, who is
ill with pneumonia Is said to bo gain
ing Jonas Hunt has moved his goods
from tlie Edward Smith farm to Canada
Mrs. Lucretla Anildnu was moved from
Iut homu lu lar uituidduub'Utcr't), iUa
understood themselves fully and knew ,
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound acts
; a Woman's Remeds f or Woman'sllb
Perrv itlnnnhnnVn In nnu-avliin Mm,
day. Mrs. Martin Llnlkld. who has been
In Herlln, eating for her daughter, Is sick
at her home, and her peonlo havo gono U
enro for her. Jonas Hunt nnd WIlllo Web-
ster started the llrst of tho week lo drive
tu Cfln,1(IaCi K Wo0(Uvanl um,
tor visited at Randolph Centre last week
the guest of Carl Smith nnd wife -Frank
Richardson visited his sister, Mrs. 1-3. L
iim-u-nnri in D,er. iui ivni
Fletcher, of Kast Randolph, moved his
family to the Ileber Farnsworth farm
family to the lleber Farnsworth farm
inst week, which he Is to carry on this
xcason. si M. Flint of Hurllngton called
on his parents the first of the week. Mls
I3le Powers of tlm Kmerson School of
r, i ... i. 1 1
Heedle's orchestra gavo tho last enter
tainment of tho Chelsea Lecture course
Thursday evening to a good audience.
This was their third appearance hero and
Is pronounced their greatest success.-
Saturday cveninc S M Durur -l veteran " '""'"-""" ".v ino several cm
of Call 1'vtvgeeVyS . l?"? -?''
cstlng account of his experience as a prls-
oner at Andersonvllle. Llbby, Florence
and Hello Isle.-Franklln E. Davis hao
gono to Lebanon, N. H.-Sht-rlff Whltnej-
has appointed tho following
'w c av?ru: I
V ,pfn!Vin" I
Orange. Homer D. Camp, W
John K. Hlalsdell, union
,n.,. Pr,!ni, T ,,i. .ir.,w,. iwiiii..- V.
V V Vt . r! .7 ;I. ,,, "
Johnson, H, L Baldw in, ells River; ,
John A. Huswell. Luka Parish. J. F. Lam-
son, Randolph: Charles F. Smith. Henry
H. White, Topshnm. Selv.i Thayer, Hraln-
tree: Hiram Hyde, Strafford; It. H.
Adams, Jr., Chelsea; S. H. IJarllng of
Vershlre. Wednesday afternoon tho
iiemii....is uiui iiieiiLiM .i -ir. aim .Mrs
Thomas P. Mooto assembled to conune
orato their fiftieth wedding anniversary,
.ir. -uouru is wiu graiiiisou oi ono oi wio
llrst settlers, nnd sou of tho llrst child
born In town. Tho latter Is burled In the
old cemetery near tho spot whero ho w.is
needle's orchestra of Keene, N. H., was
the attraction at Town hall last Friday
..v.inl.ip- tbrir rnnrort lining lnf
number of the lecture cour.-o. The hall
was well Piled and tho selections given
appreclateil. 'lho postponed lecture
Mr. Robeison Is to be given April
jv.i...... ....i... tit... ii...ii ...it
household goods, moved to South North-
l.'.l ...n ...1 .....1. ......
lleld last week, and Mr. Smith will tako
possession of the store recently bought
there as scHin ns tho goods can be In-
volced.-Willlam W. Klbbo hns moved
from the upper tenement In Mrs. Han-
eroffs house to tho house of Edward
Smith, left vacant by Mr. Smith. A
daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eu-
gene Call Feb. 5th.-Rev. P. P. Wonier
will give an address on tho topic. "How
to Live Together," at the Town hall on
Friday evening, Mnreh 3rd, under tho
.'auspices of and ns a benefit to tlm Wll
'liamstown cornet band. Tho Central Ver
mont railroad hnvebullt an leo houso here,
I the samo to be filled with Ico to be used
'in butter cars this summer. The Rend
ing club meets next Friday afternoon
! ,(!' Ay?"lp" 1 JCV:, i L,?
i ' i" , , ., , ., , ,
refined to tho hoi.se with the grip for
several days, but Is now better.
There Is a strong probability of an elec-
Irln .-,..1 l.nl.,.- I.mII. t T I,
.ii I. n.iuil. I'l lil'l.l'll.tj UL .1.1 ll.-V-
Dunmore by tho way of Proctor. Plttsford
n.,.1 ll.i.,ln,. Tk I hn
IIHIUO 1IIH1 11111111(1(11 1 1 CgOl i 1 10 nS O I'O WCII
.under way. The toad Is to bo built bv
' tho Lake Dunmore Power and Traction
eeeivrM V , , i A T,
1. 0 ! ni i i i V i ,. 1 mm. n i n 1 1 1
1.1 i' m ii f 'ri,
last session of the
length of tho road Is about 'J! miles.
I'liun ore uiroiiMi
load will run from Lake
Forestdalo to Urandon
where it crosses to Proctor nnd connects
n nci u 11 crusscs u. 1'roeior and connects
iko lotteries nlonp lho lino which will
rturo nowcr enough tu run thn e"iis tor
n borne time Mi ease of a tem,Vnr,rt i nt
a (Imvn A propoVmon 1 m l n ' fi
Itu land KleS co m
jiuiianii i.iccirit (.ompnn to furnish pow-
er for tho new road. Rutland people are
juui.ant over tlie prospects of the new
road una nopo it will bo built soon.
O. H G In m t Co. have us received
A Low of New York
"ilho, -o ' Prasldent S e l".w of Co.n i
'n unlverHlty for a full out.lt of uPU s
,lor lno manuiaciuro ot maple sugar. Mr.
conMstsof nearly 7W0 trees' Mns onu . C
lho argest sugar orchards In tlm mnnti-v.
Four largo slzo champion evaporators and
ni" i.mcoiu iron worus liavo just snip-
will bo used In tho
mm-,. T.in'nm.i,... ,
The Templo Hrothers hi
tract with tho National Cemetery Asso-
elation for a marble and granlto receiving
.,, .....',w ,'tu.ll.tn lltll! 111,11111 U CUIl-
in n fim nr t".(Yi -
A great muny now names Iinvo lieen
ndded to tho check lists and thero Is ev
ery prospect of a full vote belmr east. Dr.
J. D. Hiinrahan has refused to accent tho
""""""u.m ii nmyor on me cicmocraua
ticket so Gen, Ripley will have things
iniicn uiH own way.
McKeover. who has been appointed
'general passenger ugent of the Ogdens-
uuih mm i.aso I'unmpinin rauroau, nas
assumed his duties with his ofllce in the
There is a llttlo now mnplo sugar on the
market which retails at IK cents a pound,
benbon ment, Mrs. George Gould Is to vlstt her
' cousin In Wisconsin, starting next week.
Burns J. Williamson ond Miss Blanche Dr. nnd Mro. Wlswell went Wednesday
Barrett were united In marriage Wednes. to Hoston for a month's stay. Morse
day at Putnam. N. V Lawrence Wlnshlp, Bros, will hold their last auction tale on
who came from Port Henry. Is a guest of Saturday evening. March 4. F. J. Par
A. J, Dickinson,- Mrs, Eugene Wymnn of lln Is to move Into tho upper tenement of
Port Henry, Is a guest of Miss Fanny, tlm Russell House.-Orris Fltts was call
DlvkijUHHi. Jul lu juryuuiu la atUad Uio .United SUtca
At tho annual meeting of tho Montpcll. r
Spiritualist association held Thursday I
evening at tho Homo or IJ. J. inllon, tlio
following oniccrs wero elected: Presi
dent, Mrs, Ullr.a Turner vl ice. president.
Vf"1' ri, ..." J Kr i
ins. Sarah bcrlbnoi'! secretary, Mrs
Flora. Stoddard: treasurer. Mrs. Jewdf
Mora Stoddard: treasurer, Mrs. Jeeslo
Fallon; auditor, Oilman Hcrlbner; m'isleal
director, Mrs. Ida Young; managers, Mta,
Mary Snow, li. J. Fallon and Inid Ellis.
Joel Foster, superintendent, of water
works, recommends that tho city lay a P
to 20 Inch water main from tho gato house
to Hie reservoir at Merlin pond, n distance
nf 1r7 f...t ,,l no nvrntan nt nluiiil
'should tho 20-lneh pipe bo used. It this Is
done. It would then ho iosslbln to clean
the lower basin when delred tnus keep
ing tho water supply puro unci freo ftom
City Attorney F. V. Cnrleton Monday
brought Milt against tho town of Wor
cester for the amount this city has had to
pay for Lemuel ltolden's board, tloldcn
has been In Jail for over 11 months on ac
count of u ono dollur debt and was a resi
dent of Worcester when urrested but It
has been suggested thnt he has now hec n
In jail hero long enough to gain a resl
dtnro In which case tho suit m ought will
Sunday morning while C. S. Hubbard of
this city nnd J. J. Knrlght of llurllngton
wero out driving In a team owned by C.
G. Downing the runner of the sleigh lock
ed Into tho curve of tho trolley track nt
tho he.vl of State street, throwing both
jmen out and the hoiso clearing himself
fiom tho sleigh run for some distance
Jdr.-gglng Mr. Hubbard, who clung to tho
lines, on his back. Tho s elgti was badly
wrecked and Mr. Hubbard's coon skin I
coat was badly torn and he feela that tho1
electric railway company H llablo for tho
damage and says he shall make an effort
to recover from tho cotup.my.
Monday morning, the masons began
wo ill on tho brick-work of the power
house at tho ISolton Falls electric plant.
A gang ot 15 men uro employed In break
ing up an Ico gorgo which lias formed In
tho river above tho dam In order that tho
gr.ivel tilling may bu put In.
Monday nftemoon nt tho sncelal set-
slon of tho United States Dlsttlct Court,
4I) Italians wero mado citizens. Judge
before coming to the city that there w.ie
about 2.3 longing for naturalization papers
hut found Instead that thero were over a
hundred. Helng obliged to lenvo for Bur
ungton mat evening, .luciso nceier ar-
ranged to notify City Sheriff Bancroft It
1,0 cld ge-t away from Hurllngton and
como to lMa ci,y mu' 1101(1 another session
of court next Monday when tho vork of
naturallz vtion might bo completed,
A P"uHo menyirlal service In honor of
1,10 Iat" Homer W Heaton will bo held on
"CiinehUuy evening, .March s, in ttio
County Court room and will comprise re-
murks by Judge Thompson and mcmlws
tunl i,iu-,timuiun u, .i. wiu'
1 l"u uar H"" lnt presenuuion oi a. uio-
Rr.iphlcal sketch of tho llfo and work of
1ev- and Mr3- A Davison loft Tues-
,,uy "flornoon for Saranao Iako In tho
Adlrondaeks. Mrs. Davleon. who has a
serious bronehl.il trouble, will enter n.
serious bronchial trouble, will enter
sanitarium and expects to remain about
a year. 1
On Tuesday evening the sixth annual
junior pnlze-spcnklng exhibition was held
In tho chapel of the Montpeller Seminary.
',' "w'u. "u ': T 0 " 1 r"
:J' Whltehlll acting as Judgs.The excel
1'. A. Howland, J. A. Delioer and Prof.
prlzes a dellcato one. The llrst prizes
, " " ' T.i 1 . 1
?01.1C;,rilfc " " i"v m f"
lri ljrlc -th and Miss .Nettle Rich.
wero awarded to Edward E. Wells and
0,1 TupEd;ly evening a meeting of tho
1'oard of stewards of Trinity church was
lleld at which It waa voted to extend a cill
1 " . lte ' c- ? J'.'dklns, who for the past
inico years has been pastor of tho Mcth-
oUlst church )n wlmlsor.Rpv. Andrew Gil-
nes wni closo n3 pnatorato at Trinity'
church ut tho close of tho conforenco year
ml s t0 aPC0,)t o pastoral of the
Methodist church n Troy V Y
A. J. Stono, aged 55 year's ' d'led'at his
home on thu Worcester brVneh rn'ni nn
Tuesday ovenlng after a brief Illness from
heart disease. Mr. Stono served through
tho war of tho rebellion with tho Vermont
C.Triri t. A(nm c- .
b ,.mninv'.i in .u,. ,.(,. ..'r .. ' ,!
H Moro Granlto Manufacturing comp iny
Laves to-day for Canandalgun N Y
where h" Is to engago In tho retail gran'-
lu imp.,s lmcer t)lu lllm nilmc'of sa!u.
"in ,: More,
Thc following games have Won nrrang
'd by J, aril Carver of tho Goddard Sem-
lnary base ball team for the season: .May
Mlddlebury college at Hnrre; .May si.
Vermont Academy at Hnrre; June 5, Meri-
, ,,, , . -
school at Rarre. Manager Car-
" i S secure a gama
l0 '"' ","''ei,I h?,rcwlth Tuf s college,
.,!'7 ' "j" ull!'r 13 seriously ill with
"' ' " h r , ? Sr P-, , , , ,
o Champlaln club has dcoded to hold
',' " 'r. "rst an,uljl bi EaJiler Monday,
' 1 V,. . , .
J "1 e"J", w'?s l?kc,n ? tno "ar-
"I ' " . ' ' ' ' 1 ..
Rodnev Fnset has moved to H-illowell
Rount l asset nas moved to nallowell,
The class of l!o) of the SpauUHng Hlgli
school will hold a clas recention Friday
Sc the schoo chaoe
H. J. Slayton of South Uarro has been
app(nted deputy sheriff.
Francisco Demnrco nnd others entered
n complaint Tuesday night against Alfon
so Demnrco Siis h m ihii"" u nt th W" e"eh Sunday evening
will, In eiTio kUI on Fra."lsco Demarco Vnr,ou V" ot 11,0 character and llfoof
his brother. He was "rrt e,l and on the, tlret president were considered in spo
Wednesday morning was bound over to ch,Uy prepared iripers and addresses an.
County Court, and Is now in county jail tne .cholr ot ,lm church rendered tpeclal
on uernuit or nan or fm Ttio row grow
out of the opening of a letter belonging to
Ihrt l.rntln.r Ivl.n mmlrt Ihn .Vinfr...
' - ry
lit I IP HIP ll II IWfl IW 9 II IfWlt tf. lll.-n
Aliout 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon tho
dwelling house on Railroad street owned
hV -Mr- Andrew Hrown and occupied by
lMrs' uc, took lire, and Iwfore the hose
'ompany could get to tho sceno the house
was t rapped In flumes. They succeeded,
n(,weveri ln saving tho household goods
n d frnn)0 work of ll0US0. Tho insl(la
. , c,
sho was rescued from tho burning build-
lug. Last Monday tho overseer of tho poor
1'SBt -"""ay mo overseer or tno poor
Kumner Hlaldsdell. was called to the houso
,,r t0"" ' f""l Mr Stono
"nd four ,nen ln ,ho ,louso nea, l' dc"d
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Whltohlll entertain- od nt the Northllold Houso Monday even
ed a party of friends nt their rooms In Ing. C. A. Edgerton was hoht and Hon.
th, Watcrbury Hotel. Monday ovenlng.
' T' H"vey. who has been confined
! thu hI0U8 m"CSS f0r "0VPral layS
Mrs. Hollls Shcplo la moving Into her
,lay.n,1. "n,r,tf"r:!; Conn,' ov- ,, Miller
"l ii..hmici.. mu buiujt uiu j.mi-it iiuai
,'n. ny'. . . .
rnv fl rrJh,Mfl, J
; V. V, m-,, i-,,.
.'V -. . .."'.'-
uvu""i wun -nr. aim mis, i-vau livun
"l naiiuoipu, iciurmng on mo curiy
morning train Wednemlay.
lm"m." , Y , ,
fCa'.? JjS n
lin. I llt.UlllMIH Vll'Dnt ll in nj.iriiuillh
rovldence, It. I.
siiendlng a few
iwcbkh ui nor uomo in luoimiuiui
Tho Good Templars will glvo a dramatic.
entertainment at their nan on inurday
Urania, "Tho Spy of Gettysburg, will Do
presented. Tho farced "Seeing tho Ulr
pliant" and "Poison" will also ho given.
W. T. Moiso Is to represent tho Christian
Endeavor wiolety by pnier at tho conven
tion at Northllold March Mil. Ml Jiattlo
llsher Is tho delegate. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nor -
mon Lyford havo como to their new homo
from Java, N. Y. Mr. aough of Marsh-
field Is to oecunv W. P. Whlttlcr's tone
'redulatinfJ the functions and restoring:
to the exnaustea woman wnen every erroTt or tne pny
Jl sician proves unavailing.
Frank B. Trout, of 103 Qrlswold Ave., Detrtit, Mich,, sft'y: "At the age of
The wto-poeT or the
pvtnted. in redinkon
wihite ppeY fc,nd bews
tWt full n.mt,
Dlstrlc,t Court at Hurllngton.-At the an-
nunl creamnry metlng L. J. Walbridgo.
corgo Gould, A. M. Foster, F. II Lance
m"1 A- w- Ix'iird weie electol directors
fr tho year ensuing. It. G. Rogers E.
, hnll,h anrt Gt'ore 1 lovt were elected
Oramcl Eastman died very suddenly on
s,ln,m" morning. He had been sick for a
loni? tlnlf' 111,1 was tnolB!lt to 1,0 very
"n,rh ',ntter on Saturday. Ho was about
'f irH of age. Ha leaves a widow who
was tho daughter of the late
I'tton. Schools at ' tho corner
Wheeler's, closed on Friday last, and the
teachers, Miss Goodell of Morrlsvlllo and
Miss Whitehead of Haire huvo returned
to "elr homes. Mrs. Emily Cameron ot
Montpeller is visaing in town. Lucian
Downing and wife of Plnlr.lleld, visited at
1'rank laylors last week.
Mrs. May Vincent died on Monday at
the home of Ira Stone. About 75 of tho
friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. G,
I). Kidder gathered at the Pleasant View
house on Monday evening to remind them
that It was the thirtieth anniversary of
their marriage. After a reception of about
, Vo hours, dancing was par-
with music bv Van Orman's c
Ca ais. Refreshments wero served and a
, . . ,, , b t, t enj0yu)Ip cvcnt
. .u V , ., ," ,
f wion.-Mrs. Elizabeth oods is
visiting friends in town.-Mrs. Florino
Ailslln vWted In Harro several days in the
Thero was a George Washington fervico
Mr. and Mrs. 13. H. Ellis entertained a
party of friends at their residence Friday
,...., 1 , nn. ,...
U V fll 1 1 .(,. .111.1 U 1 1,1 I h'".t --'"
I,",l"n'L ,t.."1"t ilT" ,C. .
uvuiso u,., u.i ,,,..,..
Cormlck. all well known and former resi-
dents of tills place, havo started Into tho
granite manufacturing business at St.
George. N. H. Asldo from their pin
liavo secured a valuable quarry :
proximity to their works.
H, H. Chapman remains seriously 111
and his recovery Is considered a mattir
i. .... t.. i-.,. i,i.,v.,
cellent time down Main street; It brought
the sleigh ln collision with a wood sled
tne sieigu in collision witn a wooa sieu
smashing tho sleigh considerably. The
horso was stopped on tho common and no-
1,0,ly "''s "'J'"11-
t,,. i-.nl,..r.,,irl.,i i,,u r.n(Prin!n-
Tlio Conversational rlub was entertnln'
.Frank Plumley gavo nn Interesting
relatlvo to village lmprovnents.
I , '1'll0,M"st KxMt Knight of Hlrr
ham degree w, ,
of candidates Wednesday evening of next
Samuel nolo Is soon to movo to the placo
vacated by Joseph n.iker. Tuesday, and
niiiiiuui iiiir ..in uw . .."'
ted by Mr. Dole,
George Day and family removod to Ran
dolph Centre tho llrst part of tho week.
Miss Hello Holdon, who has been Mck
for tlio past two weoks, Is on the gain.
W, II. H. Ruck, who Is reported lo bo
MiiienuK iium a. niiuvn, is 11.11 inuun i.ci-
tcr.-Justln Jewett's little lld hus heen
sick tho p-ust week. Frank Vaughn has
been sick for a few days. Mrs. Hodge has
been suffering from an attack of bronchi-1
tls. Levi Swttt and daughter Carrie left 1
for Florida lat week. C, Ne.whall hasi
moved Into tho Edgerly houso.
Till, u-lrlnti' of lho ltn Hr.,m.,,l nanlnlal
is vIslMng In Hnrton, l-oo Goodell has
- , bought n farm In Mnckvlllo and takes pos.
session soon. Warren (loodii takes his
1 piucc and will caro for Jason Town, who
. Is very feeble. Rev. Wllllnm Ganley In-
tends to speak In HakerRflold next Sun-
day, ond Rev, G, L. Wells of Hardwiclt
supplies the pulpit here.
It Is reported that William Palmer has
sold his tenement house now occupied by
J. C. Harris, to B. C Persons. The
Waltsfleld cornet band went to MorHown
Wednesday evening of this week to play
for a promenado (rtoccrL Juplk 1'iJtaw,
A physician who makes -the
I test and is honest about it can
i tell you that, in many cases.the
number of red corpuscles in the
blood is doubled after a course
of treatment with Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People.
That this means good blood,
may not be entirely clear from
the doctors statement, but any s)
rtirl who has. Tiri tho ni U ran toll ill
you that it means Tea lips, bright
eyes, gooa appetite. aDsence ov
headache, and that it trans
forms the pale and sallow girl
into a maiden who dlows vith
the beauty which perfect health
aione can give.
Mothers whose daughter
grow debilitated as they pass
From girlhood into womanhood
should not neglect the pill best
adapted for this particular ill.
Or. YfilUams Pink Pills Sot Pale
People act directly on the blood
and neTves. invidoratind the bodv.
fourteen we had to take our daughter from school on account of 111 health.
'Ehe weighed only 90 pounde, was pale and sallow and the doctors said she
hod annxmln. Klnnllv we irnve her Dr. Williams' Pink l'llls for Pale People.
When she had taken two boxes she was strone pnouch to leave her bed, and
In less than six months was something like herself. To-day she Is entirely
cured, and Is a bit, strong, healthy girl, welching 130 pounds, and haB never
had a alck day since." Detroit Evening News.
who has lion in poor health for somo
time, is much worse, and is In a critical
condition. Miss Caro Hucklln returned
from Connecticut last week and Is stop
ping with htr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ru
fus Hucklln, whii have been quite sick,
but aro Improving. George L. Walbrldge,
who has been sick since tho tlrst of last
October, Is to s. 11 his stock and a larpe
amount of other personal property at
auction on Saturday, March 4, preparatory
1 to going to tho hospital at Hurllngton.
w. E. Jones l making quite extensive re-
pairs or Improvements on tho Interior of
, jus store
Miss Eva Fisher Is visiting her brother,
William. John Ryan of Montpeller spent
a few days with friends here. Samuel
Somervllle of Now York Stato vlslti-d h's
uncle the past week. Eugene. Smith has
moved into O. S. D..vis' house. Mr. and
Mrs. Carlle Nelson aro ylbltliiK friends in
jonnson ami vicin ---' s nns
mue.i nnu iiif .um nuu.m mm is t.ir.on
his mother. John P. Noll! of this
Place an., .uiss i-. .e. .u ui.tny. .
w-ero married at .Montpeller, I oU 3rd by
tho Rov. Mr. l..llles.
lllrm Plnr.v nn .-.o-.l ami rssnpete.!
citizen of this place, died very suddenly
' "omu c.inesuay aiternoon.
Mr. P erce, had been to tho sugar place
m,i k..t iinwn hesidi a Ire., to mt ami
"'1 do n be. Ido a lre" t0 ,a
as found dead a ten minutes later, i no
deceased was - rears of , age.-Arth ur
at his homo last wc.lnes.iay afternoon.
Smalley Is to mon his family to Lincoln
tills week. Fred Pierce, wife and two
children ot Fltchburg, Mass., Reuben
Pierce ot Enfield, Mass., and Warner
Plerco of Lincoln, were in town last week
to attend tho funeral of their father,
J. H. Hlakely Is to operate tho silk mill
at Snilthvllle, near Ludlow. Tho mill has
never been run and Is fully equipped for
silk ribbon making.
Dr. William Spring and family of Dres
den, Germany, Mill pass tho summer hero
with his father, Mr. J. O. Spring.
Husiness at tho S.ixton's River woolen
mill Is rapidly Increasing and a day and
night forco Is now necessary to keep up
with the orders.
Tho sensational reports of the breaking
down of Charles H. Hoyt, tho playwright,
have attracted much attention here, whero
Mr. Hoyt W well known, being a frequent
visitor In the summer time. A letter te-
celved by a personal friend a few dajs
from Mr. Hoyt states thnt ho is nt
Augustine, Fla., for a long rest and
that (n spite of published reports to the
contrary, liu Is rapidly recovering his usu
r-,,,.l.'.l,'o nhilrlrnii l.nvo Ihr,
whooping cougti.-Mlss Inez Wllklns is
woiklng for Mrs. Stephen Townsend in
Woodstock. i Clinton Dickinson closed a
successful term nt setiooi last week Hi the
vllluge. Clarence Randall finished hla
school In tho Sawyer district tho samo
L, Martin of Hetlu-l was In town
over Sunday. Edward Abbott of Rutland
lvis been hero for a row days, There will
n social danco at tho G. A.R. hall
,,....,., evening Rev Mr Roscoo
1 rl(la5 c"". ""V- ML "oscoe
f We would resDcctfullv
intending to UUlld, or make
.lnu rrnnrl': All rpnnl-ir tlVp;
r- " . " , . , , . " I
ment. HoUSC Finish, and odd work OI every description.
r i , . j , t r. n j 1
IUl'niSnea to order, UDOn Short notice. OtTiall Orders receiVQ
the same careful attention that
Our prices are low We
Pioneer Shops, -
strendtn and healtn
Fifty tent tr bo
at dTUfii.t o drrecttiem
been hero with his family a few- day
Mrs. Lyman Kinsman Is very low V al
l.ico Campbtll has been in Northlle . a
The senior and Junior classes of th S.
R. G. S. presented tho comedy Tho
Country School-' to a large audienc In
j East Harnaul on last Friday evenii '
Mrs. J. M. Thompson of Randolph ir
riv. d in town on Monday. Carroll lu ,.es
has reiitid the n si lence of W. H J r
t n .jii the Hrooklj'n sklo and will n -va
April 1st. Mrs. William Viall of Rand, ph
vMtod at C. I!. Vlall's last Satunh
Miss Marion Hatch of Strafford vis Ml
li. r sister, Miss Laura Hatch, on st
Friday. W. H. Martin of Underhlll i in
town this week. .Mr. and Mrs Ch er
Abbott were in Hartford last week tc t
tend the funtral ot Mrs. Hazen, Mrs. l -
bott' mother. .Mr. and Mis. L. F
rm havr ,-,.tlirnw to their home In I d
,., hill.-Mrs. Una Pay IPngham and r
... vNltinir her turail--W 11 Vn
it reparlrlng his houso nn the nr, . i,
Ml--A. O. Hartlett will move soon tc
f,ir:ll now occ,lpk(1 llv Frpa rl,.ipp
, pr lx K jurnctt llUended the V,
River Medical me. ting held in White R v-
ef Jimet.eU on Tuesda-MrS. H IV OH
Penney, whn wis calle.t c Hro. kfield .s
we. k on a. . i unt cf sitkness, rotur 'a
' ; ' '" .' ' p
om' M"nda mo n u-.Ulm 1 K9
arrived In town on M. nlay and is in-
,,loyi , by c r. T.,rbcu.
Our little girl's humor commenced with
tiny sore on ono nontril, but it kept on spread
ing till wo thougbt she would never get it
cured. Vo tried everything wo could get,
but it kept getting larger all tho time, till
both nostrils, the upper Up, a part of the lower
lip, and up one tide to the eye, were a tolid sore.
Wo thought there waa no cure, and that she
would be disjlpuml for life. Finally wo tried
Ct rictniA Ubmkdies. Wo used CcncunA
nisoi.vKVT and nearly a bor of Coticcka
(ointment), and In a short time she was en
tirely well, with no scar or trace of the humor.
Mrs. WM. CHIC.IKSTKR, Plalnville.Ct.
SrKRDT CrtI TillTMIXT rO TOITOIIUO, tlnriij
. pom llrvoii, wim Lou nr It.lB. Wirmbiimwlth
. i'tici 14 sor. (full. tnoiit.Drt wiUi Citiccba, A
ii. I i)o-. of Ci'Ticrt KiioiTiir.
Mrtth-n.istift.it ihf world. Pnmi niroiWD Cliu.
II, a a. How taCurt Bby Ilumon, fret.
CORNELH'S SHEAHAN'S KSTATB.
Wo. tho subscribers, haV.ng been acw
pointed by the. Honorable the Probat
Court for the district of Chittenden, com
mlsslouem to receive, examine and adjust
the claims and demands of all persons
IViainst mu usunuui UNmuuf t.uru.1 n,
11 '. '','" '"mu,. 1
and also all claims and demands exhibited
In offset thereto, and six months from he
day of the date hereof being allowed by
said Court for that purpose, we do th. r-
fore hereby glvo notice that wo will att nd
to the business of our appointment at he
Into residence, of the decvamx! aforesaid,
in raid aisiri.'i mi tnu uniu .vuunciu iyi
of April and August next, at 10 o'clock:
a. m., on enen or said uaysi
Dat.d this 17th day of February, IS: 9.
GARDNER C. RICK,
A. C. FAY,
BLINDS AND GLASS.
call tlie attention of all Dartie3
repairs, tO OUr large StOCK OI the
cirr.Vd for immrHht( qlii'n
we give to large ones.
guarantee all work.