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i i-ilfi hUKLlNGTON FREE I' HESS, THUKSDVY, DECEMBER 7. W-M.
One Cent WORD nnvcrtlsliiB In this column ono cent n vford.cnch Insertion. Copy may bo eh mited every week. Cash In advance reunited. No advertisement taken which Is less than twelve wordy, two lines. Special terms to advertisers using from 2J0 to loco lines within twelve consecutive months, TUtlsmica. A MA Kill KD MAN handy with horses warded, Con-tuners Ico 'o. i!3w.3l. WANTKO HY A WinOWKIt, a house keeper lined 20 to CO, two In rami y; a socd home for the right person. M. U., Westminister Station, Vt. 2sS,otwlt wfiiR'P CLASS WKAVKKS on fancy worsted and casslmcres wanted. Steady work. Saxton's Itlvxr Worsted Mill. 2tl,dciw,tf ,V GOOD l'AHM wanted on shares or to nut Addrc--, K. C., this office, 23. wit PC N T DI.IiAV.'' 10 more permti" to en- , ,, ii ot Tireiy new uii o ...-. ,t re (al l Jio a. day easuy mane. o. mi iiiiio-ujurcn leaenes the liign sennoi, ,Mifs a) cen flh r at iPiieo. Standard Supply Sadie Motrls tho Intermedial and Mls-s '"( 2i!i ''el lmter avetuK', Burlington, Mlna St eley tho piimnry department. Vt 23,wlt Mlos Km, Duller, Mbs Jcivle Huker, Miss . 1 Myrtle Sliattuck, Ouy Varmini, llemy UTt TION warned as houseleeeper; can nwflJ. alu chaikM naymoie are attelid givo good references. Address Mrs. S. A. (nB ,10 people's Acadrmy at Morrisvllle Tlinlngton, Colehi'ster, Vt., B'ving re'f- m.a i-i K 1 0 uieklns u end Miss Anna Car erences. 22, Wot penter nr.' attending the Stnte nornvil ; TT"" sihool nt Johnson. Krnnk llemlnway and UifNTS wanted, send no motley; hull. s. jIlrl!) Jennl sioov v,.r,. married Nov. 29 buys i'id cirls. send us your full nd'irf jn c-imi,,.!,,,.,, liv HpVi j,;,Win Whceloek. nn 1 wc will mail you at once 11 l''1''1"1 jhh nolle Potter from Helvldere, who Is or in- beuitltul jewel: y noyeltlen, ine aUL,ndlng school here, bauds with Mrs. lit t fad tc -11 among friends at v u- ,, GraWold. Others wbo nro attnnu eent Cacti. We give wntclu-s, nnK , ,np hool from out of the village nio Mi- brack s, etc , for your trouble; no moil- .,p M(,M)i mnne-hc- IMwatdf, Mi-i i ri.iuvd until Fold: don t 0-0 1 m Ku,1a j,,,,,,,.,, jllrs Nellie Prior and er,rd . nportunPy. wr to lor the outi t M, g Kdwards -"Mrs. lixra Seehv 1 .iv ti.iwan aewoiry vu ,"!. 20 w'it ' North A'llebi ro. M is. OR STF. -Twenty.flve swarms of hces M i i s ami iixturi s. iiuiuiro ui ii i I' ii j n, CoKhrstir, Vt. 23, wit 'ICI it - acres for sale In Sliellnune; i il near r-llic.ifl awl U mile fiom i ,mi ry wc 1 wa:. rel; Rood orchanl; v. 1 Ke head of cnttle She t rue, t. Chas. Myern, :2,wtt . l)r S K matched pair of drivlni? h )rs Morgan blood, own brothers, (1o v, x '.ats old, llsht 1ay with black n.cs and tails, about 1R hands lilsh; an inn lV.D pound'-; sound, kind; no fan if. iKht i W. Ittce, Fletcher, Vt, i,,ii.v;jv,.,t. i-Oll SAU: OR TO ltr,KT at I'nderhlll 1 la's t a flu.'. larRo store in Rooa re- 1 ill' A Rood lor.mon ior iiiimiiu-?, dn a W K. Thorp, Cambrldgo, Vt. 21. w Ad- RM ('F ACRKS for salo, 5i miles tr a city, dso :i cows, fi yeari:cu. hay, prilii, tools, etc. A. U Rc.iedlct, Doract Mreel. South RurllliKtcii. CTi.Ct&w.it A luriT SCtJlllJ CARDS, nice ones, 10 cento a dozen, by mall 12 cents a dozen. Free Press Association S3,wtf I.XTllACn.l) AIISOM'TKLY WITHOUT l'ATV. "UK ON'LY OFFICE IN RURLINGTON wrtero you can Ret teeth extracted WITHOUT A PARTICLE OF PAIN, wUhout takltiR Gas or Cocaine. LADY ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE. Vo i'aln ! o llaiigcr ! ,o Alter IMI'ects ! Dr. L. Hazen, iPff. If you wish teeth removed without a rtlcle of pain and without any bad af r effects. Eueheilsma is what you 'vant ,ve ns. 1 t for emit vears ior I nou- i nt ntinnts. Wnbln and nervous e may ime with absolute confidence ,at '1 ey will not bo huit In the sligntest. i n tt-r how bad their teoth may be or w rrany they want out. t'ARL HASW1N IN "A LION'S HEART." 'irl A Haswln, supported liy a com v of brilliant e'ors, pris 'iited Monday cnlng at tlio Howard opera house, tho I ur-ict melodrama, "A Lion's Heart." " i' pl.iy s one in which love, jiathos. jm-iiy and sensation are happily bljndi d 1 ikitig the Interest so intense at times i t the audience fairly forgets to ap n 1 'i"ho dialogue has much literary lcrit and is somewhat out of the ordin.v.y i lie 'lus Imparting to it a new Intcicst. large amount ot scenery Is carried by He com ny nnd taken all in all the pro iic'lcn was ono worthy of an audience hat would fill every scat In tho house. he story t'-lls of a husband deserted by fa'Hilcss wife, who in turn is Jesorlid V' r over. '1 lie Husband follows up mo who has wronged him and alter a Inpso of 20 years ls revenged by hU death, Mr Hasw i as Pierre I'.izaido, the v n ng"d husbanl, carried out the difficult . art In . m .steiiy mariner, embracing -ery drimatic point and never overdoing ' c character. Tho part of Gaspard lobre, the villain, was taken by Cnrioll D.ils wi ll all the intensity that the char- I'i'r nemaiKieii, ino remaintier 01 1110 j r ncipel parts were assumed In a sntlsrae- 1 ,y n t.ner by Wiilard lilackmore ns Ulek Loiimore. Thomas J. Cooney as Col. Kobert do Villefort, Miss Marie Falls as Marlon Loriinore, Miss Emerlno Camp be 11 as Ile-ssle Ixirlmoro and Mortimer "Vcldon n Jack llenlby. A I LES-PORTER WEDDING AT MONT PELIER. Tho marrlngo of J. S. Vllcs, proprietor of the Pavill n, and Mrs. Florence E, Por- t r tick rh"'f t the home of the brldo rnV, c tern avenue, Wedfiesday aiternnon, - v .'i Rev, Norman Seaver ptrfoiined l ie ei i-uiuti) . ir r,M ige was a quiet affair and V " witni "d 'ay only a few immediate relatives and friends of tho contraclb g 1 .irtles Tho engagement of Mr. and Mrs. Hlcs was announced ,some time ago but week. Mrs. Will Chase and son, C.iftoid have returned Prom their visit to Massa the date of Hie marriage wan kept a see- of East Fletcher, wero visiting her father, ihusetts and New Hampshire. Clara Mc ret and was known to but a few. Ami Leach, last week. Schools In town Clcnnthnii Is quite sick with pleurisy, The bride was attractively attired In a commenced on Monday with Miss Edith Tho Wc-st Charleston creamery paid 21 travelling dress. Following thei ceremony Smith of Hardwlek and Miss I-na Wllley cents per pound for butter ftir tho month 11 inui wi served, alter which .Mr. and Mis Mies left for Montreal. .Mr 11es. tno groom, Is ono of Mont- ' . : ...... ,,..w.. .o ........ .'io' ' TLrS lride who Is the widow ot Hon. Charles W Porter, lawyer and former secretarv .,f stntn Ima nnmermm fri,.e,i ti,,.,.i.n, ' " " 'imiuhiiuui, Uu riv. 'Ili'y will m:tK0 their home on W estern avenue. MINISTERS IN SESSION, Tho Wlnooskl association of Congrega II nal Mln ttcrs li. lil a meeting at tip Y. M C A rooms in this city Monday, nt villi-1 12 eleriymcu wcro present. They tnk dlnni r at tho Van Ness lloiiho. At tho me- ting p review of a new hook trent 1 g of archeology was given by Edwin d imnr no 1 of mis city aid 11 paper on ; - Enhrnlm No,otle is very Hick with ty il ei- ml family life wut, rend by Rev. nbenil fevi-r.-.Mrs. Ellsha Lano remnlrm ) I! T ine-y of Est-ex, Both were ills - in 1 A BIG EGG. A munificent specimen of tho egg of the Arryornis Mnxlmus ha3 arrived In i -ndon from Madagascar, whero It was 1 vried by tho native-is burled In the 1, This zoological ourioslty is the irg"st known to exist, and measures nearly a yard In circumference, and over u iiiui 111 11 imiii. na iuuii'iii ciipuciiy is eeiunl to nenrlj six ostrich or ISO hens', ciF Specimens of this gigantic prodirc-1 1' in have occa lonally been met with In j iriiiinu, where they havo fetched as much s iiO uplee v Loimoii Telegraph. I VERMONT LOCAL NEWS. (Continued from Cth pane ) to appear hero next Saturday evening. Mrs. C'hnrles Campbell of Harre Is vltlt IniT her parent?, Mr. nnd Mr Zhni Oris wold. Miss Mniul Hooth nnd Mrs. I.y.lln At- chlnsnn worn at homo from the Handolph Ijall ever phiy.d on the Newbury campus Normal school last week. iih the TIiiiiiUkkIvIiu? day contest 1-e- Mis. Ida M. Head, president of the W. C. (ween the Newbury Semlnnry team, under T. r. spoke at n i-nlon mectliiR held at Professor I-Vlton and the town team. The ih Methodist church Sunday evuilng. ,i,m were against the Seminary 1ons Carroll teetiey, a former Morrlsvlllo owing to the fact that Cadet II. W. Orser boy, enmo to town 1'tldny evening. Mr. ne of Vermont's most celebrated nthleles Sweeney has but recently come from Cut a wns home from Norwich l!nlverlty, and where he has bwn doing service for Uncle John Miller, captain of the Mcntpeller Sum, Seminary team, was also home for a Mrs. Helen Huse started Tucsuny mom- Thanksgiving dinner. The town boys press ing for Sprlnglleld, Mass., to visit her nd these two professionals into their su dautrhteT, Mrs. Oniric Dana. vice with disastrous elTevt eti tho Send- The funernl pervlevn of Mr. It. 1'. nary boy.i. hut they fought well and tho Mliwr were held at the Mothodlst church mine ended with u score of 12 to (! In Tuesday nt 1 p, m. .favor of the town team. Tho winter t'itn .IH.'raHSONVtMJB. Snow began to fall enrly Monday morn- ng, aim enougn roll lo make good sleigh- Ing, which people are Improving. Mid i'iiiiimbumi, a, i, u iswo in ,. . imi- wards, who were chosen petit jurors, left last ruendiy mining to attend the ba-'thu mollle County Court now In sofslon at 1 v,1(, I'nrk.-ThonviH Mbby from Atassa- rliupcltn recently called on frlcndi here. Svvernl from hero attended the Mmonlc dl'itrlet medlng nt Morrisvllle held Tiles- ,.,y. Doe. n.-Tho schools In town com- iiu - in - i - ii ,miiihiii. .1. 1, mill le'viuii ul nn1 nmn' wcro called to Cady's Falls last Tiiifd iy lo attend tho funei.il ot Her bert Minor, vhoso sudden death occiii-ed at Johns'Mi lasl Friday. Ho foimerly le sldcd here nil was well and favoiably known In this vicinity, WOLCOTT. Jin. Nellie Wheeloek Is 111 with a heart ant! nervo dlflleu'ty. -Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Wood hav? been vIMiiri? Mcs. Wood slter th" past wools In Hanover. N. II. MIs, Jfiitit Currier eared for their home duties il ii 11 n i? lliolr alisence. The dance at tlio town hall en Dee. is' proved a Kreai. success, mere was a niiffe oueim- -inre. sunp Kan's. All . Crane a iino.'r w.is sei-veii nr I u. a ni-- report a very Rood time. H. and wifo of llvdu Park wen? at i Vr. Vall"au's ThankiRlvlnR day.-Mrs. O. ji. imnin eii-r iiiiu .nf3 --uuiem- jjiuhu of Ihirelwiek recently viitcd at II. H. Wheelock's. - II. K. Wheeloek and wlfo s,eiu TiniiKSKlvinc m .Mortlsiown wltn Mrs. Whe.lock's parents. Will Eastman Is working in tho blacksmith shop for Fone & Robert, and W. A. McKlntry ill tho wheelwright shop for Mr. Wheeloek. HYDE PARK. At th? spcelal village inee'tliiR hold Sat urday ovenlin; It was voted to extend tho limits of tho village corporation so ns to lam- in it. w. .Minor inrnt. Mrs. F. P. True trailed her homo plaro Saturday eti Church street for a placo re ci nt ly vacatel by Mrs, Ella Grimes. Melvin G. MorPe, who ha.5 been In Rates it May's law otlice at St. Johnsbury for somo months has rented the ollico form erly occupl.'d by R, W. Ifulburd and will establish a law offices there. Mis Allen Goddard returned Morday from a week's stay in Knosliurgh Falls. Miss. Mattlc Kimball, who has had slow consumption for son? years died Sunday evenliiR. Ferdinand Gauthlcr and Fred Gauthlor went to Rlackstono, Mass., Friday to se- their brother, Antolne, who was critically ill. R. S. Page returned from his Poston and New York trip Saturday. C. S. P.iiro will not Issue a 1D00 calendar. Tho olllcer5) of tho Suneiay school for tho enmilng year will bo as follows: L. II. Noyes. superintendent; E. U Ingall as- slstant superintendent; Wlllam Maxlleld. secretaiy; Rcba Noyes, treasurer; Wiima Leach, orgnnist; and Ella lilodgett, a3 sistant organist School began Monday with tho same corps of teachers. The number in attend ance will bo about tho samo ns the fall term. STOWE. A good .lumber attended the Union Thanksgiving service at the Methodist ! Episcopal church on ThanksRhing een- ing. E. N. Adams and Mis. A. R. I'atreii were married at Montpeller by Rev. J. Ed- ward Wright Nov. 23. At the meeting of tho G. A. R. on Saturday afternoon It was decided to invito the W. R. C. to unite with them In a joint Installation of nf ilrP!.s at tll0 ncxt regular meeting Jr.n il, after which a banquet should he served. Ralph Warren of Ruillngton High Fchool and Walter Cheney of St. Johnsbury acad emy wer? both !innv ror tno JiinnKsgiv iUc vacation and both returned Monday motinir -F. E. Smith has purchased of A. II. Cheney, administrator of L. u. Smith's estate tho entira mill property nt Moscow. Di W. G. Church of Rurilngton ., t.nin.(i ,)r0 Saturday and again Tues- uay t0 hec. (;Mrge Qutnn, who ls sick with j,neumonln. Judge Wntta went to Hydo ark Tuesday morning to be. in readiness for duty at the opening of County Court. jirs, .bblo Warren is In liurllrgton for a ltu. days. O. E. Luco returneil lasl week f,0In his, southeu-n trip. Mrs. R. E. Gutcs m,nt Sunday In Morrisvllle Willi Mrs. C. H. Slocum. WATERVILLE. Miss Ada Mann visited friends in North Uiiileihill last week. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Froneh 01 Sutton i . y., visuixi .ir. una Mrs. Vanco last week. Heman Miller hns p'aced a tine family monument in the ecmotery. II. M. McFarland and family of Hyde Park spent Thanksgiving wltn his lather, Caplaln McFarlneul. Mr. and Jlrs. A. D. Stockwell spent Thanksgiving w'ltlj his parents at Moretown. There wire is couples at tho promenade at Uiu ,MOiiniaiu npnns nouro uu nuniwu.ii evening. G. D, Howard has take-n and has taken and niton's faun in was very bad. y moved on to Genrgo Dunton' (nmbrldire Charles Child was hurt whllo skidding logs in tho woods last in the v lage. Miss Wiima smith Look district and Mrs. Anna Beard lining district. Missr Alice Thorn, illilin-lirsiei llltll. v,"it,e w.,, ur,.yTr,.tTr e olMc rs for tho Union Sunday school ,rli m , l j V. Stevens: as- :V.' ... ' n.-oi, i,r.r- nt Clnrle Br Leer- Mann' secretary It R V 'ncrd' ' orui 1- ' 1 1 Car"' U h s 1 ir nillll-tllllUllWl'ULi ivIIUIllO Ullhi tieaHiiror, Mih. I. M S. Pierce; librarian, 1st, Ada Mann, OKLKANS (JOJiNTV. NEWPORT. Mr. Leonard Fields, u former resident of this tow n, died at his home In Denver, Co .. recent v. H s tenia is were h 01 cht Col., recently. His lemalns were lirought here for burial. Tho funeral was held from the IJaptlst church Friday at 2 p. m 1 very sick M. C. Grnndy of Rurllngtcn and family visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Miller, tho past week. Mrs. M. A. Upton hns gone to Nashua, N. II., to join ner nusneina, wno nas wnric mere h. 1. Green Is in Springfield, Mass., where ho ha? a position In a fltore Joel Hub- bard Is at work In th C. P. railroad of- flee Carrlck Brothers have resumed work ln their stone, sheds Victor Drolett das gone to Grarliy, P. Q whore he has bought a nourishing blacksmith business, .Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Adams, former ic.l- dents of this place, but Intely ot Man- chrMer, N. H., have gone to Orlando, FJ.i,, hoping the change will bo beneliclal to Mr. Adams' health.-Harry Kemdall Is building uu uddltion to Ills house S, li.. Holurook hns bi.llt n n w house fit bin Henr1n.tr Brook fnrin. The People's Tele phone rompamy luvc extended tliolr lino down tlio west sldf ot the lako tlitouRh nn mlcrprlslnff frirmlntr district, making ni nddllloii of live Instruments. Tlio Now KtiKlnnd Hell Telephone company are sot t ldi ft now (iDles from here to Derby Cen tra nnd to Barton Landing. NKWllUHV, Probably the most exciting iramo of foot of the schoo s outside tho village began last Monday for a ten weeks' tension. i,i,r, Moroy in Galileo Is now ono of tho principal lake summer resorts In the Con ,.,ii,.ni i-niir,,- ni.mii iivn iii.inlreil neon o 7. oecunvlng tho cottages nnd hotel during tno smmcr. The natural Inhabitants i.f lake arc pickerel, bass and pcu.'h, but fnr several years the lake has been stoi k- cd wlt)l t10 ,t.out fntny from tho hiit.h- ory nt iioxbuty, so that the cottagers ti'ul ct'zonH r-eiuetod tho fish and game com- mss0ner to ho.d .1 Inuring on the uucs- .on. whether leo llshlng In Iake Morey, undi-r section l.'SI of Veimont Staiiili. l.niibl bo prohibited. The commissioners 11,'KI HUU1I i, llt'.lllHK III llie ,U, l ,t,i.i ... Fnlrlee last Friday. The meeting was ciy laigely attended, the result bcMng tho U Mianc.' of a proclamation by tho commis sioners forbidding lev llshlng under in. uni ty ot the ino of ten dollars prescribed In lllu iiime iiiuii nun I'll pviii.i. i.iiiuuh ii,"- pusent and taking part In the healing were Gen. W. 11. Ollmore. Senator J. II. ...... ... ... Peeked, Cnpt. Long, H. P. Warren and others prnmlnwit In the affairs of town and county. Senator Pickett's summer IMelfntt'w flumnier heme "C.iff Mull" at the head ot l.ake More-, Is ono of the finest summer homes In the State. I GrtEENsnouo. ' H. A. nice fell from n log one day rc- eently, Injuring Ills sldo unite badly. Miss l.ucy Tliomison, who is at wont lor .Mrs, Ktr'ffi", days last week at her homo. Several of the young people attended the lull at It. II. Morse's Inst Thursday nij-ht. -Q. W. Simpson's little ?cti, John, fell from n tree last Saturday, euttlnir his face badly. ,Ti'so Sahln of Woodbury visited at C. W WIHey' last week. CRAFT.-USUriY. Heorro Anders-on and I.,. Thankstilvliif; In tsuilfeifrton. Charles 11. Anderson from lioston, formerly of this town, made a short visit here last week. - .lvo t..0Ui,. nnn.i. .,,,.1 1,111, rrnin Hubbardston. Mdiss.. aro vlsltlnc friends in,,v,n,u- nit n, 0ei,nr,tu in mwn rommenced last" Monday..-The carrenterH nave coninienceti work on tlio new on io Air. l(-i,,nn'- i,nin.nw. iim-i mil of Syracuse. Is". V., oumo hero last Wednes- d,,y to accompany his wile and children iiviiii . i nt- im,i- i, run riirtiunii, emjvciiii w.-eks with Mrs. Hill's parents. Mr. and Mrs. I F. Iloyt. , Nil,... ....,.1li. .....l LOWELL, netln Slixiniiv.l nn,l Irllmi, Vt,1rl,1 o spent ThnnksRlvliiff at their homes heie. I -Mrs, Rufus Klngsley visited friends In i jpj,. her rocently. Rev. Mr. Kelley de- II vol eel a national Thanksgiving sermon at the M. E. church last Sunday. The post attended In a body. The remains of Peter Gardner of Westlield were brought hero for burial last Friday and finical services were held at the Roman Catho lic church. Miss Amy Klngsley htus ie-l turned to her school In Irasburgh. Mr. Muhlon Tlllltscn and Miss Emma Hlnrs were man led Nov. 25. 11ARTON LANDING, Dr. Smith of Hanover was called In con sultation with Dr. Ranney last week Wed nesday In the ca.se of Miss Mabel Jaslyn. It was decided not to operate upon her head as tho abscess had mado an opining Into tho throat. Her fever has subsided and she is more comfortable Ervln Wllley and family spent Thanksgiving with laml- i.. ci. nt-., ii......, (n.i,i. .....I Mis. Gray returned from Rov on last week. Mrs. Hell ttpent Thanksgiving with her son nnd family at Passlimipslc Fred Chandler was In town to spend Thanks giving with his friends. The store room for Iloyt & Harris in the Austin block Is uiusi en.-narom r in er is speiumiK u vacation with friends here. Union Thanksgiving servlee-s, held at the Con- Rifgatlonal church, were well attended, and of an exceptionally Interesting char acter. For opening and closing exercises were a 1 lianKsglvlng rct-ponse service, conducted by Rev. 11. T. llarnard, Rev. -wr. rnnroaiiKS or t,oioracio oucrea prayer iimi ni'v. j. . ijuoii iiruicriuu mi ciutiuui i serniou from the text "The lxiril our God js mm us aim no wiiiiigiu our uuiues ior -C. p. Frc-nch and family retiunod from their visit In lioston and viclnty Tuesday night. Mr. Raid win Is poorly again, and Mrs. Julia Wolis is tuklng tin a of her. BARTON. E. E. Webster of tho U. V. M. Is home sick with a fever. Mr. and Mrs. l'rod Rrownlng of Moirisvlllo visited at Mrs. RrowniiiR's parents, N. M. Scott's Inst week. Mrs. E. E. Rawson of Rennlngtcn Is at Dr. R. 11. Skinner's. George I f. Davis went to Poston last Monday morn- Ing. The now central ofliee for the Peo- plo's Telt'.ihono company, back of Seav- or's store Is complvtc-d and now ln use-. M, D. Scott has sold his house to Doug- liiH iJUBier.. 1 lino yvuurcw l oicott or mover wns away from his mill at supper last Friday evening some one broke Into tho mill nnd rohb-d the money drawer of ,u 111 money um checks. DERRY. ts ,. . . ' , Several members of tho Christ nn En- deavor society attended tho county Chris- nmi i-nuc-nvui- couve nuon 111 ioiin 1 roy last Tuesday and Wednesday. Tho Acad- umy fvhool opened Inst Tuesday under veiy favorable circumstances. The steel ''-illiig for the Congi egatlonal church has ni rived and repairs aro now being push- 'd as fast as. possible. The ladles of tho Raptlst society will give a conumdrum n,- clal in the town hall next Friday evening ... iuuu"i i,j ,i,i minium iij- J M. Dutt. .1 l i Academy ha 1, upon the perils 1 of the Rlhl9.-Lua Rlckard and f, iy Rogers have, gene- to Rcston for a .1 i, uutton In Academy hall, upon the short vlt. Mr. G. C, Kimball and wifo 1th In tlio of OctoberMrs. Dr. Rogue, formerly of tn " , , ' 7?,'lK,,,,n leat'1,'nf'", "' ar.l In the, Derby Line. Is stopping at the Rlckard "R",," ' f " V"1,K? s"1,,po1' ... i ,iin for the nrvsent .Russell Rurridgo goes Monday to Warren 1 1,1 , , P" sent. o teiich ;ho vinn(je sct,op, MlRS Rmml WKS ' ' .11 Sor,ff and Mrs. Georgu Miller are ,o ' 1'rond pnr-nts of a thirteen pound boy whoarclvcd Sunday, Dec. 3. Mother and nilil aro doing well, Peter Gardner, 011.1 . of Ul oklc'" itsldents, died of pneumonia, Xov- -J' Tll tunrn wan held at tho Ro - lir.an Catholle. chureli at Lowell Dec. 1. He was a prosperous farmer and a mem- ch d are doing well.-Peter Gardner. 0110 . her of Hazen Post His wlfo and four children, e-'harles of St. Johnsbury. and Mrs. Joseph Duchnrme. Mrs. Thomas 11i,,,l..i.in,.. in,l Mluu llnll.i uilnili.a 1il,r. About eight Inches of snow fell last Mon- ,'itly Tho village 'scliools opened' Monday .:;',"' with an atteadaneo of about 40. RANDOLPH. Henry W. Tewksbury'Hm.iny friends wld be glad to learn of his recovery and his dls-charRo from the asylum at Waterbury iusi rnuuy 110 wan join ms wire nno daughter at Hlllaboro Bridge. N. II, . where the latter Is assistant principal of tho High school. John Draw, who has been conductlnc a successful barber buslncFS at Bellows Falls, was cemnclkil by lll-hcalth to give up work and return here for the prefcent. He retains his shop, however. Mr. and Mrs. Avery G. Wheeler havo returned from Roston, where they visited their sons, Drs, .1. D. nnd G, A. Wheeler. Mis, Fanny Vinton nnd on, Francis, re- turned to Chester Saturday and Mrs. J, U. out of overy hundred nro cnused byior accompanied with, Inflammation. Tho quickest roltof nnd euro of Inflnminutlon Ik given by JOHNSON'S ANODYNU I,1NIMKNT, rllhtr internally or eilernnlly ns tho enso requires. H Is pleasant to take, dropped on sugar, nnd tho relief It glues when rubbed on the nurfaeo Is suro nnd swift. At nny tlmo of year it cures colic, cramp, dlarrliern, cholera morbus, bites, bruise, bums, illnge, dinting. In fall nnd winter It cures colds, coughs, croup, catarrh, bronchitis, la grippe, lamonesa, muscle, soronots nnd pain and Inflammation, JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT lias been in constant use, day nnd night, for You can trust ntieldopcnd on a remedy that bus been hntuli d dow n from mother to daughter and to grent nrniitlchlldren In tho households that tiavo produced tho mngnltlccnt rnco ot New England men and women. In thoStnto of Malno whero It was originated ten years before Mnlno was Bdmittod to tho Union, It Is to-day the most popular household retnody nnd Its sales nro Increasing, Now used everywhere. In two sire bottles, 25 cf nts end 59 cents. Larser slue more rconomlcnl. Write for our Gi-pago Look on "Treatment for Dlsensoe.'' Krco by mall. I. S. JOHNOON & CO., 22 Custom Houso St., BOSTON, MA88. ,, , ,,, ,,,, ,, ... taro for Mlt Wobh, who sr-rtously 111 wiin neuralgia at. ine noino 01 ner fun, l.uehiA. Henry W. Tcwksl.ury Is vlslllng In town bi le'ly before rejoining his family at Illlls-I i,oro i3li.,ifr.,i x II. nn vers tv over sueiav. Geo Doiln has :liuhed work ns bnssof the finishing room at tho Fouto furniture .ptnrv ml llI1M ,.t,,moli to Whitehall N. Y. Mr. Lyons ot iliuiisburg Pa., succoeds him. Patrick Wynn left Friday for Miller's Falls, Mass.. where he will spend some months with his sister. I lev. Irving A. Flint and wife of Fnl mouth, Me., aro guests of her sister, Mrs '. S. Hurt, for a few days. . , - .. . . . 1, John Chas, with the Xew England 8,,,. comply of nSt KvSrot, Mass., and Robert Morton, now attendUn? tho it-ston school of Technology, went lo HurlliiKton Friday to visit friends. Roth are recent t-raduutexs of tho U. V. M. The body of Wm. Goodell, a native ot Handod'h was bronchi hero from Ipum last Thursday for Interment In tho lape cmcrory. lie was a brother of l.u Rand (.pent llu'r Gn" of V:,nr'', to Manila, Is still In tho hospital there, tho wound which ho received In his h K not havlns fully hoa'.ed. Ho was lnjutid tnm0 "ceiis apo. Ornnso Comty Court ronvenea ai cnei- cr-.lnl.st TMoni1rt5'T.ATf ' liX. """. - - .' , . i,r. 'son, Juror Judson ! Itts nnd oth.-is left fnr lhn shlro town. Lawyer Denlson will ', aiiciui wnmj luuu, Vernon L. Rrown, son of Nelson Rrown .. , , ... , , , . . f ,thl,s,1sila1(;?: lst0 ln.murrlSJr.Uf v" ,, 7 23 to Miss Etta Mao Wilkin of I-ast Mont peller. Urown was n member of Co, F, First Vermont volunteers, and went to unicuamaug.i.. WILLIAMSTOWN. Teachers employed for the winter term of school as as follows; Clogston .school, Agnes Gleason of Putney; A. K. Martin, Myr.i Peavcr; South Hill, Mark W. Hyde of' Randolph; vH'nge, primary, Cora M. Lowis of Fast McntpoMur; Intermediate, ' Relic Hlbbard; grammar school, Mrs Anna M. Frnnkum. Unptlst street. Hole ii smith of e-ubnt! c. w. Crinn. nolle, Heblnson; Wolcott, Carrie Real of South Ilnirc; Quarry, upper room, Jove Martin: lower room, bate Ersklne; G. I,. 11- Hams, Sara Rurnhnm; Senver, Frank Ers klne: Toad Hollow, Herbert Coburn of Derby. Charles R. Benedict and family, who have lietn visiting in Rurilngton for a lew ciays, arrivca at iiomo nisi aiu- oil,.-. I. lliv i. uuiuk:) n,i ..uu cirer. vis ieu ner parent in .o. i ...em . . week. The text-liook on geography, whl'li has been in use in the schools of tho town henn in iisn n t l e -ehoolP of lhn town ? tt.i . "dopUem of the tourysTcm i" e me adoption ot me town ssiem, is " 'uif beginning of the' w'nte? nln.FraiK" KimbaU. 'pastor" ot ',' in-e to lie serle term. Rev. Frances Kimball, pastor tho Unlversillst church, Is to be ordained a minister of that denomination on Wed nesday a' linoon, December 13th, at tho polori A. M, Smth of Washington, Jolinl t.-l,l,nll nt Mf,le hmiimp nt lli khiIak .......... ........v. w. t.......,, and others aro expected to lie present. In tho evening Miss Kimball Is to be Instail as minister of this parish. The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Greg iry was held at tho house on Friday last, Rev. F. E. Currier of tho Methodist church ofllclitlng. Mrs. Gregory has been an Invalid for several years. John Gregory of Wnltsfield was rt0wn to attend tho f unoral.-George C. rnrlr and wlfo of Ham, snent Tbanks- Kving nt their old home with Mrs. Earle's parents. Mabel Seaver ls engaged to teach In tho Rear Hill school, Rrooklleld, this winter. CHELSEA. There was a continued hearing last 'week before E. W. Smith referee In tho c:ifo of E. I. Tracy, apt. vs. Aldcn E. Tracy estate. Several marriages In town have recently occurred, tho last being that of Pe-rey Heath and .Miss GeiH'vleo Farnhnm. Miss Annie E. Gnas returned from her several weeks' visit to I'eters- burg, N. Y., on Wednesday, Nov. 23, nc- compnnlcd by Dr. Euclid Fish of tho Massachusetts Insane Asylum, looated at Taunton, In which ha Li assistant superln- tenuent. 1 lie, winter rim nf Clie.sen. Academy began Monday with John M. Comstock ns principal and Miss Lena E. Snnuldlntr as nssistnnt. Miss Annn Hnwn and Miss Yin Farnhnm teach the lower 1 departments. Harold Comstock and W il Ilium Chapln of tho freshman class in n,.,.i,e,i, n. ..., . tu mock's during the Thanksgiving lntor- jnlsslon. Mr. and Mrs Evarts P Rrown ,, Vershln- visited her parents Mr and ji,g, j Adums on Thnnkslvlug ,i.,,,.mi.. v',,ntc,. v,.eU ,M.ni rrom l(,r vst jn p0ston The Yoiinr Woman's cUb mot with' Mrs Harrv pryant Monday nfiornoon to pew on gar- ments for ehlMren In tlie Homo for Destl- tut0 children In Rurilngton The Ladles' tjead nir C rele met wllb Mrs Urniwt A Convln on Monday evening Mr. 111 wl;1(lr(5 P. Townseml and Roy. Thankmlvlng In Barm wm, oh.-. pnrwlti nn Vnniin- nnnim. Mr ,,n,i Mr. il spent Thanksgiving Charlc3 )3. Townsend. BRAINTRBE. Guy Spew after spending n short vactv lion with his parents, has returned lo l.l,,! f W..II.I1..I.I iniu I ..1,1 1.. old hom nml't 1 hi' ,'ownr.V came near havli g a rerlous occide it ' hnnksglvlng day. II., was driving w I I- "i" "y mien inn nuiw miuuuiii.v ,urnr'1 crushing ono wheel and throwing , "'o "l l'n commenced klcklns. ineatly demolishing the carriage. No ono wi,B seriously hurt hut the carrlago was iwo oiner noys wnen nis noisxi suddenly damaged." Mosit of tint wehools In town l1f,"" Monday with tho following teach- ers: No. 2, Catharine, Benham; No. 3, Nora Connollv: No. n. Mrs. Anna Rattles: No. Jm -f rno cauii; .n. y, Harris pniiups; No. 8. Kntlo Huron; No. 10, Mamlo Hutch m.mi, Wn 10 m, ia,.,u, 11... ri.iee inson; No. 12, Mrs. EmeM Rui ridge. j Foster Claflllrr, an aged m;,n, S2 years old, lis very low. His condition iViilres n nlRht and d iy attendant Mrs. Brown nnd I Mrs. French are tho attendants Mrs. l.nrlnrl.i. Rlanehntd. nn nl,l lltnn resilient. 71 years of ago nnd who has hen n great sufferer for Feveral months, died at her homo Sunday morning, Mr. Blanchard ,jC(i SOme 12 or IS years ago. Her younc ,.st son died some. Mx years ago. She leaves two pons. Timothy Blanchard of Hrookfleld and Jasper Parish nianehard 0f Randolph, and six grandchildren, L TUN BRIDGE. 1 Whitney Post meets for Inspection Sat- ' urday evening. The election of ofllcc-rs will follow tho Inspection Sherbune E, CIKey left hero Sunday morning for Manchester, N H where ho will spend a few days. Hon, and Mrs. M. T. King entertained Miss Marlon Huntington of Rundolph tho' ANODYNE s iiment rt nt 11,.. .t, mi. n0wrii rinn,inin of Mn.d.ti nnd Ernest C. Coodale ot Cam- uimsc, .,ias., speni nisi ween wmi .nr. and Mrs. O. H. Coodalo.-Mrs. Mary Winchester nnd Harry Dean of Keeno, N. It., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. UV J,pn lor ' rew di y-'.-.Mr. nnd sirs, T r 11 tt caiurony even inc. J r. aim .Mrs. l'liu Smith of Harre were recent guests ot Mr. and Mis. Hoyal Smith. Rl'TLA N I) COP N'T Y. MtDDLETOWN SPRINGS. St. Margaret's Kpisco-ial church, which Ml has recently been completed, was tilled or noierviue, who nas wen visninc nr .-iiontpener, iMviu .iiar-in o: H.v re. Alien Sunday evening to witness the baptism of s0". Dr- I'lerce, the past week, re- Martin of hlssex Junction and Dean ! tiy seven children of tho Su-ulny-schoo!. turned homo Saturday, Mr. F. R. Camp- of Rurlliipion and W. 11. Martin of Many beautiful Rltts have been received hell nnd family wcro In Northflcld tho 1at rndprhPl. Miss Klbb. e. a teacher In bv this mlpslon, anions them a. rnarblo " the we.-k. AmoiitJ tho sick the past Monipcllcr. has been visltit.-,' her parent-) font from Col. Preston. Latin lilblo from week ar; Mrn. Justin .lewett nnd Moses here. Arthur StoiiKhton left on Sunday St. Paul's church of IlurdiiRtoii, oak lec- Sllloway. U?v. Mr. HUlinan priviclnel for for Rarnard, where he Is teaehln s-.hool. tern, prayer desk and clersy chairs, a set A'1". Ryan -aunday. ( TIv S. R. G. S. opened on Monday with of beautiful stoles and vestment, brass FAYSTON. ia l"rir" atteidanco. W. 11. M.ii In re ornaments for the altar and a bell. Rev. . . T, . turn" lo Underhlll this week.-MI-s Fdlth G. R. Clarko Is tho re-ctor In cliaiRe. Mr- am' or 1 lcrc0 hfN0 Bn" N. SMuner has uituriied from a trip west. RFNSON. usual quota of teachers Monday. Tho same teachers who taunht tho fall teim of schools aro hired to teach tho winter schoois, with tho exception of .Mr. Wood, I who do not return. .Mls Daisy Potter of New Haviti teaches In the Goodrich district. Daniel McDonald and Miss Ore. Walte were married In Putnam, N. Y., Friday. They ato to live In Ren"Oli. D. , L. Osgood has sold his hay, from SO to lo tons, lo Fair Haven parties lo ho de livered. Rev. G, W. Morrow, who nd dre?ed a largo audience In tho M. 13. ( hnrch Sunday morning on the temper ance qi'cuion, spoko in Fair Haven Sun day afternoon at 2 o'clock and In tho evening at Castleton. There will bo a po- ciablo In tho Congregational chapel Wtd- nesday, calto nnd coffee will be served. Ernest ritZRcrald of Omaha, Neb., Is hero visiting his Rrnnd-paronts, Mr. and Mrs. James Dorsey.-MIsi Dalsv Hcjuo, who has been here for the past ve montliH for tho benefit of her health, left 'rues- day for lv r homo In Ri idgoport, Conn. Thlrty-tlvo head of mules were ilel'verod liero Wcelnrsdav to bo kent bv Mr. Whit- more and W. ?. r.ascom. Twenty-five will be kept by the former and 10 by the latter. V ASlirNOTON COUNTY. MONTPELIER. In county court yesterday the putting , ot ovl,ienco by the State was coiulnu d n tho (?c nf Sm,0 vg OsbOllK-. Yesterday afternoon and evening tho ve.ievii.ie , ..i.. .n,m, .m,... ;, , r",, ' " , , : T" T" ',, venerame i .en. btcpnen inomas ce:e ora- M'l' birthday by g ving a reception ,rom t0 s ln iU n s rca ,ienCi on 15 m Strrpt to hls fri"'"" in" nc,h- " cailed upon hln, In large mim- bers and extended to him their affection- ate congratulations. The general Is still surpilsiiiRly active, attending to his busl- ness affairs daily. . NORTHFIELD. - . - . .. . ... r!rrf,n ATnnnlnln n.imn nf ATnriem v.mil men of America was organized In tniu placo Tuesday evening by Consul IV. O. Palmer nr nnrllna-inn. nml .1. F. MrNnllv. .liV,; ,.; ,i.n, -rhn . district deputy. The camp starts ell with over 2, members and tin le otllcors: V. C. II. C. Mosley; W. A., R. W. Howes; E. B., Charles Pervlor; clerk, II. R, Dole; escort, F. L. Howe; watchmen, M. P. Ulnku; sen- trj', P. S. Howes; physician, J. II. Jud- kins; managers, G, H. Richmond, H. J. Eaton and F. E. Warner. This is the see- ond camp to be organized In the State and it is likely tho third will bo at Williams- town. The meeting was held in the For- esters hall which tho camp will probably secure as permanent Headquarters. ,-M.Ln,. 11- A Gt, n . nt ,1,. ...., tl.rtw .,r. ... ... ,.e, . reau reports .a mean temperature for No- 7. &!;' VTJl ..." )"." "" ''.'".".'.' . . " X". 14th. The precipitation amounted to 2.33 inches, ra n or snow falling on 0 days. 'lhe prevai ng direction of tho w'nd was north and the month was mado up of Ih o clear, live partly cloudy and 2U cloudy '. PLAINFIELD. Mr. Richer of Groton nnd Mr. Abbott nro ln town buying cattle J, R. and F. I' Klnnoy have purchased Isiacl Wood's llsh market in Rarre and taken possession. Tho ea.i of Elmer f'alley vs. the town ot i'lalnllcld was tried last Wednesday hi fore City Judge Royco of Rarre. The jury decided ln favor of tho plaintiff and lhe town appealed to County Court. Au gustus Bateheldcir has sold the Jerusha Hatchelder farm to Andres Pcderson of Uiu iv, who Is to mova there soon. Mrn. Ella Re-eel linn returned to her homo in Roxbury, Mass. ii'iTs-niiiMiv crvrrn- WAii.uiiuiii uMiu,, Joseph Farnhtim has received tho first letter lrom his sou wuuuni, pnvaie 10. C 1, S. A., 20th P.ejjlment, since his nr r.val !n Manila. The letter was ono month nnd ten days on tho way. Ha speaks favorably of the country. Mrs. Giorgo W. Konlston returned fiom South Barro Tuesday nl-;ht. WATERHURY. The Phllomathcan society will hold no meeting this week 'rim ir.,,in .mil win meet thfA weel.- with Miss Parker. Tho subject of tho Mr. and Mrs Hall and livo children of meeting will be "The Rovolutlcnary War." Rrooklleld visited at Burton Tcnney s re Follow Ing Is the programme: First Naval eently.--Mr. and Mrs. James i.ow and Vlnlorv: D.irkivd Hour of tho Itevolutlon: daughter returned to their home 111 Rario Treaty of Paris; Arnold and Andre; rend ing, Lad Rattle of tho Revolution; Mar lon's Men; History of our Flag; Tile Am. - ..v, ''"'can Hag, ' he roout hlgli water has done n Idt-rnblo nmount of damago at B I' alls which will put tho work back con- Bolton scv- er.il days. mo muw j-copie ne- rei society w 11 meet on 1 4 iday evening with George Rob- Inson, Harry Grout ls confined to tho houeo with tha measles. Communion servlcc-s wero hold nt the of Methodist .diurcli Sunday. Several pro bationers wore taken ln on full member- urdP nnd cveral Joined on probation 1 no nusy iieo society win nam nieir rair on Wednesday, Dec. 13. The ladles of tho coiigrcfiauonni church will hold a Christmas tale at tho church on the 8U1. George W. Wilder of Montpeller has been engaged to preside at the plpo ortran In tho Methodist church on Sundays A tralnlnjr school for nurses has been opened In the Hospital for tho Insane nt Waterbury, At present the course w'll consist of a courco In text books, nnd la ter they will be given lectures nnd an op- portunlty for eltnlcul Instruction. At pic ?ent there aro thirteen men and elghte n young women in tho class. When tho course of study Is perfected It expe-cted that diplomas will be given, Miss Mattlo Brown who has been work- I Ing In the ltc 21(1 office 1? conllncd to tho houso wlih tvphold fever Miss il.Tlha Conanl Is taking her placo at tho Tlecoid office. Snmncr Stearns who has been for sever- nl dnjH on lUnlness In the west has re turned. I V V. Henderson, baggage master tit tho Central Vermont depot Is taking a f' w eb.y' vaeatlon. V. C. Jackson Is attend- Ing to his duties during his absence, Next Friday evening there will bo given n concert at Duxbury, Corners. The pro ceeds will be used for charitable purposes. It. W. Shaw and Miss Mae Shaw are visiting lor a few days with friends in, Mc'roo, Mass. Miss Abble italnes who has he n spond-' Ing n few days at home has lolurncd to. Ilellows Kails. IJelward Cooloynnd Miss Etta Ornves en ter Montpeller Semlnnry ns students next term. Mrs, E. E, Evans of Handolph Is spend ing a few days with Mr. and Mr-. W. V. Jlryan. , Charles Monlsy Is spending n few diys with his brother In Provldcne H. I. Henry Wallace who has boon 0011 fined to tho hoiifo several days by illness la ni)io 10 do out again. WAHIIEN. Among thoso who visited friends In town last week wcro James Eldrid v and Joseph Eldildo of Handolph; Arthur Parsons nnd wlfo of NnrtHteld; Vcrn Perkins of' Hancock; Will P.mc-i .' and wllo ot Hcth- 'd; Archie Urown nid David Turner nnd wife of Mnicoln. Clayton H-nry, who I went nwny lnitt sunmer, has returned I Mrs. Ablal Hanks, a for.ncr lesldtnt of this town, died at her daughter's In IJeth- el I'rlday.- ICdmond Slayion Is at horrrt fn.. 1 ul..-,t ulrit' l t, lvto,,l r.f I In. co H town'worklng on M A. Heath's farm. Oeorgo J. Icng and wlfo vMted Konhileld last week Thtirsday.-The re - mnlns of Mrs. Ablal Hanks wcro brought 1(,ro from tjcthel Monday. Funeral ser- vices worn held nt the Union church. Hev : . : ' . oltlclatlng. Interment took place In tho villago cemetery. MIDDEI1SI3X. G M. While and family of Montpoller spent Thanksgiving at M. C. Dextcr's. Miss Nelllo A. EatTcrty of HoMon, Mas , Is tho guest of her sister. Mr Pierce. Tho locil separator station Weili.eselay closed for the featon. Mrs. h. C. Plcrro - frktidt, and relatives there.-John Mc- io iiiiiuu.i. w niiviiii a. , ....jo .n a dltch.-Mrs. ! rederlck Wallace, has been treated for strangulated hernia by l)r: .Tayncs, Grout and Howo and there Is a fair prospect of her recovery. H.urion Wallace, a son of Mrs. Fr-lerlck Wallace, and Judson Cooper, her brother, from Elgin, P. Q.. came to visit her last week. They returned on Saturday. CALAIS. Rev. R II. McPherson will bo ordained nt South U oodbury on Dee. 0. A. W. Nnrrls of Dartmouth college will teach sehool at East Calais, uslsted by Miss Mary Dwlnell. A son was horn Tuesday, Nov. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Lamb. There will lie a chicken shoot next Thurs- day at East Calais. cvnT ' Schools commenced In town Monday wltn tno following teacners: Milage up- Pr grade. Guy E. Spearo; village prl- 'nary, Annie L, Gould: Lower Cabot, Blanche IllcUs; West Hill, Pansy Smith; fouinwm 1 1 in. .May urmsuee; souui La w- Fnet Cihnt siail'ln Vmilv Gml Vm- Whit- , i.mnj uoinam. v, nn ia Ogood. , T Morso hot, Mabel Haines Newell; I'elervllle, tier district, Perth; has been appointed a notary public T"o Good Templais will hold a promenade and supper New Years eve. E. W. Paige of New York city has .ircsented the library with r.i I fine vnlitmpc. Mntre. lire tn fnllmv. Mr. VMs;e, who was-'horn and brought up In this town Is now at tho head of tho lar gest II jur business in the world. Ora Dow amlo Sn 111- were united In mu rrPige "nu ""m'.Bm,V" "cre 1 . , '"ul.t(,e "ec- "Ilvu. "lllu Uec, 23i They lmvo rc.ntl.a the, farm Mr. Pov,..., fi;,lu..r.Wa:tcr Swan, s-on Mr nmi -vIr, v.'illinm Swan died Ffld ?. l?-r, nera l"ecs were held at Corigrcgatlona. church Sunday af.ernc sun Ul Iday, tho afternoon. -George Dow has moved to the village. singing schools nro beginning with a gnod attendance and manifestations of intero.it. . WORCESTER. . ,,,,. namuei CIIllUl was 1I1UVUU IIIIU imu west inn uuy, ami is worniug ior rMi.iHess uida-e Clmrles Hatchelder has returned to his old place In a grocery storo i .-.,.i..i.i it., J rii Tmi, " . , rL:r Bonc to Rnrre, where ho has a position n the Central Vermont freight otllce Grace Hatch was married Thanksgiving morning to Arthur Arnold of Hardwiik, jjgv. P. H. Carpenter performe-d tho cerc- nfiny. Rev. Wildam Vatcr went over to g0dom Thursday evening and mado IrvInR Holmes, youngest son of C. J. Holmes of this placo and Miss Flora Daley of Sodom, man and wife. - Among the ThanksRlvlng day visitors were vy. jj, ynll of Rurlington and George i-iirmenier or .innineiier. mo scuuois . , . s . ,. , ln iOW,i conimeuceu on jiouaav v.iui teachers as follows: Miss Alice Goodwin 'M'ss B"sVhl.tchd'.il;tJl10,."!!H ss barrio rown, in ine iiuni uisinui; n0 Camp, on "Hampshire Hl'.l" Mlss Blanche Nelson, up tho Rrook; Miss t-,anklo Hutch, in tho Wheeler district; un(i Mqg Mnud Templeton, ln No. on Wcst nui.-He.nry L. Abbott of Mont- pclier and Bert Abbott of Barro spent pcller and Bert Abbott of Barro spent Thanksgiving at their old home. UI.NDSOU COUNTY. SOUTH RBADING. Mrs. Monford Wllklns and son, Roy vis- iled relutlvcs In Ackworth, N. H., Sunday and Mondiy William Cobum has luilsh- ed work for Clnrenco Hollows ln Wc.ith- -,., .1 v,.,-, ,.1 UIIIl'lll UIIU lius imuiu iiuiiii; iiwi.--., Uandella Pierce is sick and ccntlned to tho bed-Mis. Eva Green visited a week re- (.Pntlv with her sister. Mrs. Minnie Par iPr j,, Sprlntleld. Mrs. Minnie Lynch of Proctorjvllle, attended tho wedding hero of her sister, Miss Ginco Sutherland, who marrloU Thanussiving day to George Nutter of Cavendish by Row C. M. Churl- IDn pr Perklnsvil e. SOUTH ROYALTON. Mrs. R. 11. Mather returns from New York Suite this week Mrs. begel has been (it BrlRhtwood the past few days .Mrs. Alice Corey, who has been at J. H. ! Kent's since July 1st, returns to her homo In New York city this week Mr. nnd 1 Mrs. Henry Martin of Wllll.imstown vis-j lteil at NMluaiu jsowinan s ruai ween Oil X 11 II I CUII Jf UlltlllUHIi ,Ul, 1 1 m Frank Northrup and Miss Hek'n Bur bank of Rnrre spent Thank.tvng at O. A. Purbank's Mrs. Cartoil Grlswold and diuighter of Barro aro spending a week at Mrs. Sibley's Mr. and Mrs. 1 Chatles Vlall spent Thanksgiving In Ran dolphMrs. R. D. Craln and son, Ra pli, aro guests of Mrs. Uotsey Pike Among the guests who spent Thanksgiving nt Mr. Sargent's were, Mis. James Perry nua daughter, Miss Edna Perry of Bane, Mr.) and Mrs. Henry Martin, Clayton Miiriin Wllllamslowii. Mrs. .iiurirm wurnn i q K ir the Roof Th pitch of the roof maktt pa difference Hnen you covrr i( nun nvtuu riinciHra HontlnK. The beat, IlKhtrst, most eronom leal lire, nster and wind proof rooflnt for steep, flat, old or new roofa, Can to laid over tin or aalnile. SWAN'S Standard Itflaflnr rn belaid by anyone hammer and kntfi Ibfunly I(k1ii nwtlwl. Hample and Uecrtptlve book fire. A. F. &VVAN, 104 Fulton St., Now York. "Always In tho Load and Now Dottor Than Evor." THE UNITED STATES THE Improved United Stittcs Cream Separators liavo licen proven l)y icsts repeated from year to year, at all Agricultural Experiment Stations in tlio last four or fivo years, to lio superior to all other Cream Separators, many tests of tho Pliim milk showing only .01 or .02, and aro now still further improved and greatly in creased in capacity for 1900 OR THE MEW CENTURY. A11 oxperienrod Cream Separator operators concede that tho United States is unapproached in thoroughness of separation nnd perfection of manufacture. All gcir- aro enclosed; Bowl Spindle covered with bra?? shield; havo ball bearings The most cost is put into their manufacture, and they nro therefore batter and will wear longer, ytt aro fold for les3 than others conid"ring capacity and closo Ekimming are therefore tho cheapest, because the best. Examine "New Century" Prices and Capacities. Ho. 9. Low Frame. .Capacity ISO to I7S Its., $50.00 Ho. 8. " " " 22S to 250 " $65.00 Ho. 7. Hlch " " 27S to 300 " $85.00 Ko. 6. ' " " 150 to -400 " $IC0 CO HO. 5. " " " 45'l to 500 " $125.00 Ho. y. " " " 650 to 700 " $165.00 Don't bo inveigled into pnreba ing a Cream Separator until you have firt sent for tho " Now Century " Catalogue of tho United States, which will bo mailed you free. Agonts wantod In all towns not at prosont canvasaod VERPJIONT FARM MACHINE CO., BELLOWS FALLS, VERMONT. and ilauchter. Mahei of Montn Hr. Ar-1 thur S. Martin of liarn . Frank unl Carl Perry of Rarro, MI s M.il 1 M.iriln of ir0ri-o Wa ker of Rast Rarniin s worklnp' for Br. Burnett'. Henry Sargent ls 10!milll(f ,lt n,irton Tcnney'fi while at- tending the S. R. II. S ROCHESTER. Altemus Cioodtn died Nov. 30 after a long Illness. HI.', funeral was held Sun day, Rev. Mr. Adams oMIclatlng. Mrs, ,,..' nom Oliver mil Miss Mclona Hone .N'orthllold hive been nt Ward llodgklns' a few days. Dr. Noblo and wlfo from Mlddletown, Coon., spent Thanksgiving day at Henry Chaffer's Lewis Hubb.ud i Is slowly mending. E. Kdgcrton and fam ily spent Thursday and I'liday In W..M' n. Will PPu-ee and wife from Shrew sibury recently spent a few days with Mr. and .Airs. C. G. Spudding. Gi ,rge Martin from j , Gaysvilln was in town to attend his broih- 'it's funeral. Clayton Hubbard Is Improv ing In he.ilth. Ho Is to havo nn auction soon and sell his farm nnd stock. Carl Mart'.n hai gone to lioston to woik In a market. F. L. Martin from Rethel was nt hi father's Thanksgiving day. His wife returned homo with lilm. Amos Guernsey "lid wlfo from Pitts field spent last week In tcwn.-The funernl of Henry Martin Monday Rev. Mr. Sharp of- ' - , o.wl IU tenehlni- snliool In iiuni i'uimi mm . from Hoston was In town recently In tho interest of the White River railioad.The maniigei-s ire very much illsfouraged at pre--ent. Charles Klnsmin has gone '"alifornla for tho winter to THROUGnCUT THE STATE. A CutitulatltP AccMfnt V tnhlnct"" County hoi ifl'It( I uteri etln V. vents A serious rccldent happened recently at MocKbriage to l.ouis . urecu. luiiucny of Rutland. A hook holding a lingo l?neli,.fiitei l.nmn fell to the lloor and tlio to Louis V. Green, formerly ulrnlng oil set lire to a package of pow- .. ... i... i ...i.i.,i. fn..i ,i.,i the' building so bad. y that tho second floor ".UIlulnh so u."' l"Hl", r . ' f, tnrougu to me nisi, aim no him h-ui co.lapsed lotting about everyining iniu uiu cellar. Tho front nnd .side of tho luiiluln? was badly damaged and the woodwoik rent nlmir tn lhn rnnf. Mr. Green WHS not seriously Injured but his son William, was severely burned on his aim and .-ide. LONGEST IN THE UNITED STATES. The last of tho old Fltehburg railroad bridges at Bellows Falls has be-n pushed off into the Connecticut river and a bonilro mane m n. vuuii iabmi u.. ...c ,.i., c... ,e ...,.i i. ...in ,i u,.i rtllll ''IIUhK .fl. l nun . " n uPoct three weeks. The need of a new brld0 ha, becn tuU to,. 0mo time and the work has been pushed with remarkable s,.p,.d. 7, i. kui:i OVL,r a narrow part of the river whore the water has worn a bed throuu tllB hMa rock. The banks are anr0 rtVs and the piers of the old bridge ru , t0 ote ' Htono. Tll spans cC 10 od br(lpc, 140 ,et t..u.u, tIUUo It ono f ,, i,, ,,, .PU nf l.ri.ii-e hiiilil!n. f thf, 0, tlmo wonders of bridge building. and the new one that Is .epacing it has arches of the same span and thee, too, aro the longest stone railroad arcnes in tint United States. The old brldgo was iS feet wide, carrying two tracks, while tho new one la only 27 feet wide and will a'.30 ilavc tWu tracks, r-er n vnimtr wnnnn who Mrs. GcorRO Shares, a ouns: womai who has lived within a mew miles of Harre, ,, , . ,. "V"' "muv ",u '""" within twelve years, And Every Form of Torturing Disfiguring Skin and Scalp Humors Cured by (yticura RruEiiv Ciutn TRniTMKXT. Hatha the affected parts thoroughly with nor YfATKlt and CUTicmiA Soxr. Next applr Ct'TtccriA Ointment, tho great kln cur,iiil l.ntly tulie n full eloio of Cuticuha Kksouvekt. This treatment will afford mutant, relief permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy, perma nent, and economical euro when all cIbs falla. FoldTftTwhir. rrlff.Tin Iit. ll.Mior. Crncim SOAf, 1 OlKTHBST, 5HC.1 RPSOLVISTln1' !. oo. 1'ofiiB lliiru Aiv Chm. Corp., Sole rrO., lloiloil. uw- " llow to Cure Eczema." C4-pie book, t tee. Stoi kbrldg. Mrs. Lewis from Rurilngton setting forth In said applleatlon that tlio has been In town a few days with her decedent while in life entered into a .on l.arents, Mr. and Mrs. Piper. Mr. Rlbber tract to convey the same; the conditions DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS 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, and 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, PARATOR KSTATFJ OF tiTH WRIGHT, BUK I.INGTON STAiK OF VKItMO.NT, District ot Chit tenden. To ad persons concerned In the estate of Smith Wr gilt l..te of Ilur.lngton in said, district, dt cased. GREETING t At a Probate Court, holdtn at Rurllng ton, within and for the district of Cnlt tenden, ci the 3";th day of N ,-ember. IS!", an instrument purporting to be the m will and testament of Smith Wright, lat -.if Rurilnglon, In said elKtiict, dee 'ustJ w is presented to the court aforeiaid, for pro bate. And It Is ordered by said court that tlio Wth day of December, 1KK, at the Pto bate I ourt Rooms, In said Ilur.uu ton, ho assigned for proving said instrument, and that notice thereof bo given lo all persons concerned, by pub lishing this order three weeks successively In the Rurlington Free Press, a newspaper published at said Rurllnston, pievious lit the time appomfd. Therefore, ou aro hereby notified to ap pear before said court, at the time and 'place aforesaid, and contest the probata i, ni,i ...in if , ,..,..,. Given under my hand nt Rurilngton, n said district, tills 30th day of Novemoer. iliV.i. JIARCELLLS A. 13I.NGHAM. !,w,3t Judge ESTATE OF J. R. MAYNARD. BUR LINGTON. STATE OF VERMONT, District ot Chit tenden, ss. The Honorable the Probate Court for tha District of Chittenden. To tho heirs and all perrons interested in the estate of John li. Alajnnrd, lute ci Hurllngton, In said distiltt. dectnsed GREEiiM, Whereas, appll"ntlon hath ber. ma.ia to this court In writing, by the admin,-, trator of tho estate of J. I). Mtiynard. . r liiir.lnglon, in sakl district, dee,., ,i, praying for license and authority to .nn- ey to one Elumine Maynard of said R.ir- lifiRtmi. the pr rnlses situate on the soutc easterly side of North Wlnooskl nventv. ...... . .HillJ ai tui-ll riru mill ii dBtinnrn Tut r un trnnu'n ' r of which contract did not mature fully until arrer ms ueoease; and that the con ditions of said contract have now matured arid the said Elumine Mayr.ard, demands of administrator a deeel of the same. Whereupon tho said court appointed and assigned tlio 29th day of December. .'.K nt tho Probata Cotut rooms, ln said district, to hear and decide upon said ap plication, and ordered that pu'llo notice thereof be given to all perso is intetested the. rein. publishing ?ald or der, together with the time and place of hearing, tl.reo weeks successively tn the " r... "' clrcma,PS tn lhe neighborhood of thofo clrcma,PS in ltle neighborhood of thoro persons interested in said estate, all whl h nublieations ..ball be nrevlous to tho tlnv assigned ror Hearing. Therefore, vcu are hereby notified to appear befo -e folJ Court, at the time and Place assigned, then and there in said Court ,0 ,ak your 0t,eclion to tha granting of such license. If you see cause, Given under my hand, at the Probata Curt Koonvs, this fth day of December, J-..UA el. IIUKIU.N, 33.w,3t Jud go. ESTATE OF HENRY THORP. CIIAR- IX1TTE. We, the subscribers, having been ap pointed by tho Honorable the Probsts Cftilrl f.l, tt Tllclrll nt C h I , t en I faj, rs mlPs;oners to receive. examine and adjust ,ne (.wras ann aemanus oi . persji .. . , .... ....... ,, ri... ... ,l,,ll ? lB CSUIIO 1 linil) I 1 1 U 1 ' 1,1- -I of Charlotte, In said district decciq. and also all claims and demands eihlb ted in i offset thereto and six uonths fron, th. r.X.W:. XJL forc ht,,-eby give notice that we will attend n the duties rei(lenco of J?hr JuS. ?n Fridays of Fe at lu o'clock a of our apimlntmmt at ti the kite Henry Thorp, m said dlfstrlct. on the f"--t ebruarv and Juti Ul. . ,tli o'clock ,,. m.. on each of said diys. n-d this 1th .'ay of December (lv.iJ. LEONARD C RAY 23,w-,3t Commissioners. -. ESTATE OF D VIT M. ROSS. HL'NT- INGTON. We. the subscribers, naving been ap pointed by the Honorable the Probata Court for the District of Chittenden, corn m:a9lonora t0 reCelve, examine and adjust ,h eia,mi and demiinls of ah Drsorn -"I,-".,-. ....... ,x....t., n ngarniir ine esi.uu 01 uiiyu a of J u.r ting 'on. 1" ald dlst ct d,- niands exhibited in offset thereto, and Six mun'.bs from ihe day of the date hereof be.ng aiioived by said court for that pur pose, we do therefore hereby give no'i that we will attend to the duties of 0 r upjiointment at the late dwelling huse r,t this deeedint, In Huntington. In said 1,.--trl't, 011 he first Saturdays of Febru.u ' and Juno next, at 1 o'clock a. m. on caea of said days. Dated this fourth day of December, 1SD9. A E. BATES, HENRY BATES. 23,w.3t Commissioners. I ESTATE OF JOHN CLARK, SHEI. Bl'RNE. We, tho subscribers, havlne been np, pointed bv the Honorable tno Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, com missioners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of all person against the estate of John Clark. late if Slielburnc in said district, deceuso i, 1 and also all claims and demands exhibited ln ofTset thereto; and six month from tho day of the date hereof being al lowed by said Co..rt for that purposa, vn 1 do ih- rofore hereby elve notice that w wl'l ! attend to the duties ot our appointment nt the more of Rc'oerts & Deyetre, in Slv 1- bumo villager, ln said district cn tne iasi Fridays of January and May. hW, next, at 10 o'clock a. m., on cMeh of said days. Dated this Huh dav of November, 1S9J. G. N. RORKRTS,. EDWARD S.VXTON. 23,w,3t Commissioners. BROS., Burlington. Vt