Newspaper Page Text
SOUTH ROYALTON NEWS.
Henry Simonds is gaining slowly. John Mudfiitt is in Spriuglleld, Mass. on business this wk. The work of raising and repairing the Cong"! church has begun. The Windsor Co. Veterans' I'.euuion will be held July 4th at Windsor. Messrs. Lamb Jfc Tarbell and D. Jones are in Woodstock attending coun ty court this week. Memorial Service ut Royaltou to-day, Thursday, at 1 o'clock. Address Dy Kev K. w. Luiveror st. Aiuaus. Charlie Shenard. whose failure at Sharon was announced last week, left his home last Wednesday without in forming his family or friends where he was some ana nas not Dccn neara irom ud to this time. His father and faiuil are distressed and worried fearing some calamity has befallen him. The Memorial service at the M church last Sundav was verv lmpressiv and interesting. The sermon by Eev, Mr. Gillis was able and particularly In- terestins to the veteran soldiers. The theme selected was the duty and achieve ments of the soldier and Its enect upon human progress. lie paid a glowing tribute to the soldiers of the. late war and esni'ciullv to Vermont soldiers for the part they took in the great struggle for the unity of this great Republic and hu man liberty. The beautiful inscription upon the wall, "Uod bless our soldiers, made of evergreen, the large attendant: and interest shown gave evidence that even in the swift moving events of this tiresent eenturv the scenes enacted from til to (15 and those who took part will not be forgotten uutil its meaning is unfold ed to the understanuing oi me pcopie A. GREAT OFFER It is with great sorrow we announce the death of Miss Maggie, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. C. Smith of this villaee. at her home last Saturday nf eonsuuiDtiou. at the aire of 21 years Miss Smith has been in declining health for the past three years and last summer she found herseir oppressed wun unusual lassitude and loss of strength wMch she could not overcome and decided to leave her situation in the Postulheo Iepart- inent at Washington. l. C. and come to her home. Since then she has gradual ly failed until the time of her death. The last two mouths of her sickness she has sullcred verv much pain, which she mimed with fortitude and without murmur of complaint. Only those who Mere her intimate f i lends and acquaint ances will fullv appreciate her lovable qualities and true womanliness and they will Ions cherish her friendship, her al ways cheerful gentle spirit and ull'ection- ate regard lor an tnose sue necHuie ac quainted with. These friends valued her friendship and esteemed h"r worth and manv silent tributes will be paid by their hearts at this sad hour. She loved lite and made the most and best of it, not only for herself but lor others. Her death is a loss her friends cannot ade quately speak of in these first moments of their grief, her name will be enshrined iu their hearts. Her devotion to her par ents ami friends nearest her was one of her most marked characteristics. In her death her parents are deeply alHicted, as she was their only lemainin'g child, they having burhd an elder daughter six vears ago. leaving them now alone Thev have the heartfelt svnipathv of all our people. The funeral was attended at the house Tuesday, iev. Mr. Kamage assisted by Kev. Mr. tiillis, officiating. Mrs. K. Winslow is visiting friends in Pom!' ret -Miss Jessie Hurt has return ed to assist Mrs. A. C. Waterman during the spring season Pert raneut h lefttowu Dau Cowdery is at home from Saratoga on a visit... -Ji is. urison Foster and daughter. Mrs. lirown, of Keeue. X. II. are visiting in town.. has. Shepard, the missing tinsmith, of Sharon, was last seen at about 9 o'clock Monday evening ut this village The Shepard family have moved their house lmbl elii'tts into the I.athrop tenement Miss Maggie Smith died Saturday afternoon after a lingering illness. Card of Thanks: The undersigned hereby tenders her sincere thanks to all the friends and acquaintances of her late husband. Jesse M. Smith, who were iu any way interested oras-isted in alleviat ing his guttering during his recent ill jiess, especially the families of Mr. S. C. Lrew and Mr.'Orrin liurhaiik. Mks.Jksse M. Smith. ISurrillville, K. I. ROTaLTOX. Iloyalton Academy, Congregational church. There will be prize speaking by some of the pupils of lioyaltou Acad emy in the Cong'l church Tuesday even ing, June 11th, at 7:4.1. Doors open at 7. Admission 13 cents, reserved seats 2" cents. Proceeds to be given to the Acad emy library. ...The many friends, of Mrs. Xeilie Doyle sympathize with her in the loss of her little boy....Mis Stickney is visiting in Hanover, N. H. ....Mrs. Ira Adams visited in oodstock last week. ...Mrs. Hammond, who made so many friends among us last summer, is again here for the season, boarding with Mrs. Thacher.... Molasses and orange cookies, ginger snaps, honey jum bles and graham wafers at W. H. Laird & Co's., also fresh bauauuas, oranges and lemons. BARNARD. Considerable damage was done by the heavy rain last week, the roads in some parts of the town beiug washed so bad ly as to make them almost impassable. . . A Ihdpr A l..ll. hna I ..... 1 V. ., . . . .. .1 TO Old SubSCriberS. pension with back pay of $G0... .Lewis vt oou is counnea to ins House oy illness Mrs. Dr. Day is not as well J. E. SiflftiirH is mlfllilir a ahinivlu mill l.tj aL Any old subscriber who will interest rea(iv extensive business.... Nearly all himself in this paper by showing it to the farmers have finished their planting ... , ,. , ' , 71 In some localities corn aud potatoes are ins neiguoors anu inuuee mem 10 iase it a year, per terms on the 1st page, may keep 50 cts. on each yearly sub scription lie may get before July next as par for his trouble. I his oner is potatoes are up. Most of the corn has been planted with a corn planter. ROCHESTER. The Green Mountain Association of Vniversalist will meet at Rochester Wednesday and Thursday. June 12. and for strictly new subscribers aud is made 13. It Is expected that Keys. Perry. I t. i. ! re: i i. r- h.i.i tn m.r old anWriW. We offer '''oiso! . ourusey, kooiiu, rar- ..v ker. Alarvln aud himball wi 1 niirtielimte this big cash commission to those only in the services Clarence Hodgkius of who now take this paper to induce Aew Market, Mass. and Linton Hodg them to mit in a little earnest work for 'U8 ??ra.ttl?,)..r0 tue. Kues.c ..f ... .. ara. u. iiougkins last week. ...J us now. xou cau easuy Eei ono Campbell returned from Windsor suoscnoer in a nour a time 50 cts. for an hour's work. now and see if we cannot have 4000 subscribers by July 1st. W. 'IQf and make week, where he has been spending a Let all try snort time witn ins daughter. ...Calvin ii line cui ins iooi quite oauiy last week. ....Fred Whittaker and Miss Annie Wil- laims were married last week Wednes day .. ..J. A. Woods aud wife are visit ing in Boston and Gardner, Mass. for several weeks. ...Charlie Briggs and wife of Brandon are the guests of Dr. Win. Huntington and wife.... W. F. Hares and wife, after spending a week iu tow n, left Saturday for Granville, Sar atoga and other places in .ew York.... James Walker and wife are visiting their son iu Orange, Mass. this week.... Charlie Towusend spent several days in town last week.... Mrs. F. A. Kezer vis ited in Barnard. Bethel and Kaudolph last week. ... W. II. Campbell is paint ing his buildings. ...The W. C..T. L'. meets with Mrs. A. (i. Stockwell Friday of this week.... Alpha Morse is repair ing his house, raising the roof and build ing an addition.... E. S. Jewett and daughter of Boston are visiting at Mrs. fc. I... Pierce s.... J lie Memorial address lelivered bv I!ev. Mr. Marvyn Sunday over 4i hj people were present.... Mrs. Boutwell of Gaysvllle Is spending a week witli her ister. Mrs. l-rcd Martin. ...Mrs. Smith returned to her home in Gaysville last week after spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Henry Martin.... Charlie Andrews of iortlitield was in town last week.... There was an evening service at theCoug'l church Sunday evening. . .. Mrs. j-.una t liatlee Aohle gives an enter tainment, assisted by Mises Nellie Chaf fee, Joss and Noble, at the G. A.K. hall Ihursday evening for the benefit of the G. A. K. Post. THE HORSE BREEDER'S EXHI BITION. It should be borne in mind that the fifth annual meeting of the Vermont As sociation of Koad and Trotting Horse Breeders will be held at Kutland on the three days beginning with the 2Sth of August next. The moiiev offered iu stakes and premiums is larger than ever betorc, and the interest manitested in the enterprise is greater, so that it 1 fait to predict a meeting even more sue cessful than any of its predecessors The membership fee has been reduced to two dollars, for which trifling sum any resident Veruionter (unless object ed to) can become a member and share all the privileges of membership, in cluding free ticket to the three davs ex hibition, and the right to exhibit stock 1 he success of the association has been largely due to the eutirely clean and un- morning was very elouueut. uiijci. -Liuuuuie ciiiiruuix-i- ui 11.1 t-A.1111.n- tiiina, its fair and able management and the prompt fulfilment of its obligations The association guarantees that there w ill be no change for the worse in these respects. It aims to return to the pub lic in the form of added inonev, premi ums, and the Improvement of public ex hibition grounds, every dollar or its re ceipts, and to give the best exhibition of the kind that is held in New England. It atlords at its meetings the very best market, as well as the bet place of ex hibition for tine liop.es that has ever been known iu the State. r.ntrlei to stakes ana purses clo-e on the 10th of June, and should be made to F. H. Farringtou, Secretary, Brandon, of whom full information and entry blatik can be obtained by application. Ql KCHKK. Mrs. Thomas K. Kider of Taftsville died last week Tuesday . . ..Geo. Kuss spent Sunday with his father In town, I HTTSHKI.D. Mrs. Lorenzo Parinenter and daughter Helen of Rochester visited friends and relatives in town last week.-..Mrs. John Allen irom sterling, Mass. is visit ing friends here ... . A very pleasant pound party w as given to Kev. t. D. Goodrich last Wed evening.... Ed Gates f Woodstock visited friends in town last week. The ecicctuieu have beguu working the roads Willi the new road machine. ..Mr. and Mrs. Cary of Bristol, are visiting at J. II. Waldron's. . ..S. W Brown found on going to his pasture last Miuday morning a pair ot tw in colts Hotn are doing well... .Kev. Present Fay is iu Boston this week... .Children day next Sunday and a concert iu the evening.... Mr. and Mrs. S. Boot Rochester visited at II. F. Greene's la Tuesday.... Bert Churchill spent Sunda at home RRAINTREE. We rlin the followintr from the St. Paul Daily News April 19th: Many resident of St. Paul felt a thrill of sorrow when they learned that Jacob W. Bass was no more. At 8 :45 last night Mr Ras hreathpd his fast at. his house. No G9 Bellevue avenue, after an illness of tw o or three weeks. Mr. Bass was 75 vears old at the time of his death. Of iate years he had been accustomed to spend his winters In the soutn, anu ouij last month he returned from nis winter visit to'l'honiMRville. (a. feeling unusu ally well aud strong. Almost Immedi ately after his return he went out to his farm at St. James and while there con tracted a cold which resulted In his death after an illness of several weeks Mr. Bass had lived here since 1847 and had thoroughly identified himself with the best interests of the city and gained a firm place in the esteem of tne puuuc and the affection of his friends. He was born in Braiutree. Vt. in January 1815 Possessing the thrift and enterprise of the Green Mountain state, he resolved to push his fortunes iu the nest and iu 1836 came to Wisconsin settling first at Platteville, Grant county. In 1842 he married Martha D. Brunson daughter of Kev. Alfred Brunson of Prairie du Chien. From 1844 to lf47 he was engagedtiu lumber trade at the falls of the Chippewa, and in October, 1847, he came to St. Paul at the suggestion of B. W. Brunson, who had come here the spring previous aud thev together con ducted the St. Paul house, uow the Mer chants hotel. In July, 149. he was appointed post master by Pres. Taylor and tilled that office until 1-H53. lie was also engaged In the ware-house business on the levee and afterwards devoted his attentiou to real estate. In all his enterprises he was success ful and amassed a fortune supposed to amouut to half a million dollars. Col Edgar V . Bass, of the I . S. army, was at home at the time of his father's de cease. Mr. hrauk Bass, the younger son is abroad. STIM Klll;ll)(.K. l.. ii. isird lias Nee ii quite poorly tor a few days but we hear he is slow ly im proving also Mrs. J. T. Wilcox Is on the sick list. ...Dr. W. D. Huntington of Kochester was in town Friday looking alter the telephone.... Memorial service ai l uion church last Sabbath, addre-s by the Kev. Jidiu hiiiiball of Gaysville A. trench andwite of Keene, N, II. and Mrs. Angelica French of Barre, t. siient the Sabbath with Mr. and Mrs. arrull and other friends... -Grass is looking nicely but wet aud cold for corn Ms Hannah Unit goes to Koxhurv to attend decoration and asit iu the inging....S. S. Whitcomb of Koche-ter bought a horse of Frank Miller last week. KORWICH. Addie Hatch is teaching In Pomfret ..Mrs.M. E. Goddard's si.-ter has been stopping with her Mr. Hardy and wite have gone to Manchester to livi Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jjtne of Lowell are vi-iting A. Hatch W ill Keudrick has moved Into the houe vacated bv iionn .nartiu Alton line or "alpole N. H. Is visiting iu town. ...Mr. and Mrs. Swan of Tuubridge are vi-iting at John Hal)-i'....Editina Bu-h is at home Mrs. Deacou Hutchinson died Wed after a lingering illness. The funera was largely attended Sunday at the house. EAST BKTHEL. Mrs. Kussell Kingsbury is in very poor health.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Daveniort of Oielsea are visiting their daughter, Mrs. M a ry Bened ict . . . . A .J A . Storrs is at work on his creamery. . . S. AVeeden is building an addition to his barn.... John Booth is building a carriage house. BARRE. Fred Badger, while backing his team up to a gravel bank behind P. L. Brown's house, was caught by the falling dirt and buried under about 10 feet of earth and instantly Jkilled. He was about 15 years old. Fred was one of the best boys in the village and the bpw to his grief stricken parents will be severe. They have the sympathy of the whole community in their bereavement. Two other men who were at work on the same bank got out safely, one however being caught and thrown to the ground but not injured. This makes the third man killed by falling banks in the Til lage in two years ....E. L. Smith is mak ing good progress upon his new stone shops. He has his round shop nearly completed and the foundation laid for one 4'.i7 feet long and a polishing mill 100x60 feet, together with a fine office , and blacksmith shop, making a complete establishment for stone business. It is located upon the Barre railroad near the center of Buruham meadow. (iATsVIl.I.E. Miss Kebecca Gilbert Is the guest of Miss Saily Gay .Mr. McLauthliu of Boston is stopping iu tow n and board ing w ith C. W. sawver Henry Blake ent to Newport, N. II. the firt of the eek....Mrs. Ella Paige and Miss Delia Martin have gone on a pleasure trip to liferent parts of the state, driving their w n team, iheir most northern limit ill be Mt. Mansfield A party of young people from townpicuiced at Mi r Lake last Saturdav.-.-Miss renno lias gone on a visit home and Nellie Leonard is taking her Place caring for Mrs. Dean.... George Taggart, who has clerked for J. A. Chedel for some time as closed his year and returned home Sally and Dick Gay and Kebecca ilbert spent Saturday and Sunday in oodstock. ..There will be appropriate exereiw at the Kannev cemetery Thurs day A. M Kev. Mr. Tucker gave an excellent discourse Memorial dav at the M. E. church and the choir furnished un usually good music.. ..Hundreds of swallows have taken tposession of the tall chimney left standing among the ruins and form quite au interesting sight every morning and evening iu their circular flights. . ..Mrs. Hiram Gil- son and daughter Mary visited Sally Gay last week.... The friends of Emily and Julana Gay will be glad to learn NORTH POMFRET. Mrs. Fred Brownell spent last wee w ith her sister in Juechee....Penn Bug- nee is nome irom lus canvassini? tour . . . . Memorial services w ere held at the town hall on Sunday. .. .Mr. aud Mrs. Bickford aud son from Kaudolph visited at i-. i-.. i.amiM-rton s a tew davs last week. ...Mr. aud Mrs. E. S. Wood spent a few days in Kaudolph at Prof. Civ mint's.... Dick Harrington was In town uisr week, tie goes to jsoston as con ductor on the !ior.e cars. SHARON. A. C. I.aMay Is here from Ouechee selling ready made clothing aud boots and shoes.... Miss Ellen Noves is some better than last week Benjamin Bas- com is quite poorly.... Mrs. E. VI Brown and son Eddie made a short visit to her daughter, Mrs. Gertie Day. last week. 1 hey have now returned r. tlielr home in Bellows Falls. 1 he I niversalists will hold services here next Sunday at 2 P. M., Kev. J. I .Marvin of KochesUT will preach. EAST BARNARD. r. n.raves lias rul cts. that were hatched by his incubator, commence to lay the 20-h of May....C. E. Black has taken in the past year fi'.i.'M pounds of dried apple.... H. A. Culver lias hulled in the past twelve vears about 2OO0 bushels of corn Leonard Goodrich and wife of West Kaudolph made their friends here a nymg visit last week tdwm tulver or I oucord, 11 I. that they have moved "dow n stairs" in- town for ghort tju)e , k . . . ; tn flint niter etf tlioir lirtn e ui Innir n....u ... ... ... . "-v" gene neitn or Montne er is siwmi nor pied by C. E. Hanson.... Quarterly meet ing at tne m. t. cnurcn next Sunday Mrs. Ella Dean visited iu Kochester last week. ..-(has. Blake is home for a short visit.. ..Mrs. Heury Martin was in tow n last week.... Dick Gay and postmaster isrown made short trip to Kutlaud last week. NORTH ROTALTON. James Freelan has been repairing the iw real estate, or cw much thereof a nwv nouse wuicn ne purcnased or A. v ood-worth..-.C. Harvey has been training cons at Mrs. M. r owier s -. A. Mood worth has bought the barn aud land ad joining that of H.T. Gifford....Oramel Morse of Narrows, J- la., formerly of this place, has lately lost his house aud con tents by fire. ...Mrs. Noyes of South Koyalton has been visiting friends in this vicinity. ...The storm of last wefk did considerable damage to highways and cultivated fields. ...Mrs. JeflVrson aud daughter of Claremont, X. H. are visit ing friends in town. Plants for Sale. Verbenas, asters. pausies, ten weeks stocks, tomatoes, cel ery, cabbage and turnip. Jliese are strict ly first class plants, and in all the best kinds. C laklnce M. Mann. few days with his brother Willsrd. N.J. Wood has purchased the Hertert A Walker farm.... Mrs. Edwin Allen Is in Waitfield this week visiting friends. SALE ON EXECUTION. I herpbT mre notiee that I will sell jtr nnL ne auction, to tne Dinest Didder, at th house where A7.r0 D. IamiB rpftiiiea. in Ksnri.ili.li June 17th. A. D. lxx'.t. at 10 A. M.. the folliiw- Deeemary to aatinfj- an execution of B. F. Adams acainxt aaid Lamaon. to wit. th farm and preniiaea known aa the IViten farm, and all and the same farm conveyed by Franklin 1 sitcti and wife to aaid Lamaon aomn tom aro and where said Lamaon has resided erer since said deed. Also piece of land that Arthur G. Otteood conreTed to aaid Lam sou some three or four Tears aeo. 1 hare levied an executwn of B. F. Adams on aaid real estate and the same will be sold aa above set forth, unless said execution is previonslv satitied. All oersons iniprntMl in said estates take notice and govern you wires accord iiujly. Hated at Randolph. t.. April, lfi. lW. 817 LI KE PARISH. Const!,!. Wanted. For cash, all kinds of old V. S. and Foreign stamps at highest cah prices. t rank v . Gkelne, Quechee, Vt. The people of the Cong'l church of Milton gave a reception to their new lias tor, Kev. E. E. Ilerrick, ami his family on Wednesday evening, the 14th inst. the parlors of the church were tastefully decorated with hangings aud floweis. A beautiful song of greeting to the pastor was sung oy a large choir or children. The large company shook hands with the minister and his family and showed great cordiality and considerate kindness iu their reception. Ibis hearty greeting was all the more gratifying to the writer because he was aware that the hearts or the people were veiv tender w ith memo ries of the pastor trom whom they have recently 1 arted. lhey seem to us to show a rare delicacy iu hiding their sor rows and seeming to make no contrasts between new aud old. We dont dare to have them say, "Look on that picture and then on tins. Iu response to their greeting the pas tor assured the people that thev need not try so hard to say nothing about their former pastors, because lie well knew t heir love for them and was sure they could love a new pastor all the more, be cause i heir hearts had been cultivated by this outgoing of affection. Their pastor had been worthy of their confi dence and therefore they would be more ready to trust another. If the pastor should h ippen to become jealous (as he diii uot mean to be) he had certaiu mem ories ot Chelsea to comfort him. But he desired to give his heart to his new work and new peo le and felt that he must have their confidence a soou s possible. Confidence and affection could hardly be expected so soou and yet he felt ill view of what he had left that they were almost a necessity to him. Kefer ing to the song of welcome bv the children lie said that he must have a welcome among this people aud that if "tliese had held their peace the stones of the streets and of the temple would have cried out" in greeting, so strong was his desire to enter upon the work ot the Gospel w ith the co-operation of all the people. E. E. llKKHlcK. iloXIILRV. The post office Is moved into D. L Nichols' store, he being the present oil! cial . . . E. I'. Burnhani is very ill with neuralgia of the heart aud A. C. Welling ton is also on the sick list .... 1 he old proverb that "misfortunes never come singly" w as verified when George Steele's horse became frightened by the cars and ran. throw fug lum out, dragging him several rods and smashing things up generally. A little later a cow belong- ug to linn dropped dead w itliout any ai- pareut cause..... Mrs. Ellen Goss of Iroy, N.l.was called to attend her mother's funeral. .. .Dr. Gould aud wife of West Kaudolph are the guests of Ira i.oy. time : but It did not. HE WAS NEARTHE BRINK. Che Sraphle Aeeoaat of Most Wnav derTstl Oaestrrenea which Took Plata la Kingston, 1. T. (Special CorrtrpmtmM HHtm PnssrJ An event has taken place In this oitr so re markable In IU nature, that I venture to des cribe It in full. The principal In the affair il Mr. Jere Smith, son of Oornelius B. Smith, ol the State Insurance Department at Albany, who Is well known, stands very high, and In ayery way reliable. I have had a long- and most interesting Interview with him, which I trans cribe and send yon In his own words, trusting It may prov valuable to your readers : "During- last year," he said. "I could not understand what was the trouble wfth me. 1 I had alwavs felt strong and hearty, but I gra dually became aware that something was un dermining me. I first began to feel drowsy. ann men in a aay or iwv would be unnaturally wide awake, otranire PRUu would eome in different pnrLs of my body. iy head did nut ache mwoh hut It usually felt heavy. I was sometimes himirnp and sometimes I bated rood, while my sleep wna very irreirular. I eould not understand what II meant, but thought It nilfht dims away after a I don't see how IeouW have been so blind, but I suppose I was Uke most people who are trouulan in tne same way. and thought it nothing dangerous. Afu-l awhile I noticed a peculiar color and odor about the fluids I was passing; that they wore dark at times and very light at others. Finally I began to gain flesh, but I knew that It was unnatural and thut I was bloating. Thai fright ened me and I consulted phygiciun. who wese very kind tn their attentions but did not help me in the least. My father then went-wlth m to New York, and we oonsulted the eminent Dr. Keyes, who treated me for several weeks. At that time mv condition was horrible. I wsj Moated from head to foot, it was almost impos sible to breathe, and I could not sleep, tn several places on my body the skin burst open, so great was tne pressure irom wituin. i agony 1 endured was indcrlbable. Then t doctor told me mv case wan boneless, that I h' lirtght's disease in Its worst f urm. and that 1 had culy a lew duys to live." "rortunateiy i naa a rnenn wnoaocompaniua me mnl would not see me die without a stragirte. He did not uru-e. he imigltd on my making one more effort, and I did so. I noticed an Improve ment at once: in lour days the swelling greaiiy decreased and the pain wholly oeased. I oon- Ulllivu lu iiuni.vauii Bin m wi-ii luuu and owe my life to the marvellous effects of that wonderful preparation Hunt's Remedy, I believe this Is tne greatest medicine thrt was ever discovered by man. and I only wish the whole world might know what It has done for me." I knowtherearethousandsof peopletroubiofl as I was ami in jnxt as great Hanger, nut tney uu not reaUiee It. Ilrnrht's disease is the most ue- oeitive. the most hor rible malady the world bus ever known. It has no settled symptoms, but assumes every lmaihiiHlile form. I had no idea that It was Bright's disease that was undermining meuntii iHiguii to bloat, aud now that I am well and enjoying life, I feel like telling evervtKidy about my miraculous esrriT'ft. Is It any wonder this town Is arou sed over my resurrec tion '" Such Is tne account of probably as narrow an escape from death a whs ever known. Ihe first symptoms which Mr. .Smith felt were such as manv others feel but do not oonslder worth noticing. It Is plain, however, that the early indications of a dangerous duiease caunot be trilled with, but must be met uromiitlr. and by such a remedy aa has been proven to be ludeed a invuu ui uiue ui uwu. WISTHROP. CONSUMPTION CURFn An old physician, retired f. ' ing had pLed in his hS t' nnasionarytheformuUofa iiml, t!LI, remedy for the speedy and nerSL "WNs Consnmption, Brohitis (!,"ie,nt.,CT of all throat and lun? affection,, TM and radical cure Tor nervious debit, TT' nervous complaint, after havi ?" wonderful curat.ve powers in thouslaw!? " has felt it his duty to make it Wntiti?!' fenng fellows. Actuated by this mLii ? dean, to relieve human saffenW TSm" free of charpe to all who desire it' ,1.- Kni in German, French or tlT' tions for preparing and using. Seut m-T MARRIED. In IMhel. Mav 21. bv Kev. William Ixnierean, IVter l$umll Sr. to Mar- gurette Mebelli of Kaudolph. It, rrovlileiu', K. I. Jlav 17. bv Kev. E. Ii. ThortK.iko, lou K. Blauchard to Grace G. Emery, both of Koxbnry, ass. In Bethel, Mav IS, bv Kev. Albert Crnwfora, Waller L. MaoKen and Miss Lizzie A. Towue both of Wood stock, Vt. STATE OFVFRMOVT AtaTrohat! Cnwr.bHd District Hniont.S ) .MxjM.H-k. within an-l for Mil'i otslrlrtun t (if 77timv H Mhj:. A.U, rri"-ut, Ht.n. T turn. o. Njvit, Juittf. K-tinmid Kallou'4 faf Kitvaltnu. liifttsr. riHU haj pnwmiwl lo mm! uri hit itetiHon tn ntins iuiuir anitltratlon for h'nMitoo'iI ail the rvai triuie oi t4ii intetatf stttuiif In thU etattr Statins Uht amount nf d lit. dut from Mid tftcassM. I if aittcunt of iM-roDal eItp bloiikrin.T to alrt m. Ut and rtprMutin tltatawieof iuiid m.1 rtat u norvKarr to ena(ii mot tn iav nmid dHits and that a part of said real rnfatf can nut n void without la ury to mow interotfd in the rtmaluder. lncrcupon tit Court appoints tlx fh fifty of June next a a 1 1 m and the Pmhat ittiCc In Woodstock afnrtfwM aa a tlarf of hearina- and dldinir on a application, aitd urdfra that do i ot Mia anpiiratl in ne riven to all nenona im.r. eted In aatd eatate. the rajon for the amine, and the time of neartnt.bv nuhilthinjt three wkitiuco-M.Te- iv m ine nraiu a cmrur a newfpapr pulHWhed at Bethel In hit a (ate. which clmilat In tlw tiwhtM.p. hood of tltoae Interenttl. all whh-h mibtirationa Rhn be prvloui to Mid lime of hearluc., a copr of tiie rvconi m tin nnter.tiiat ttwy njay appear hefore uld Min iw neara m lire mattrot said appiirailoa i w cause. a ime recoru. A. 4. er AVtK, A true copy ot rwcord , He ctter, AtteU T.O.SFAVER. ja(ire. PEOPLE PAY HEAVY BILLS F.r niiMlicul atietifijiiKe and niexlkiite. Sit k ne.Hs i txfK'iisivf and tlutM witn small tncoiues fed this but. If n ktfiiiv. The phvsiciaa must mietimii ! fuiJeit but lie is nut needed une tenth ati drn aa nuuir tliink. What inreuir- ea mi ihiuiiv nieiiicutt. one mar win relieve and curt those ailment that art liable to come at any reason and to attack btitU sexes and all atrea. Amid the hwt of articles that are ffer- d to the puhhe for tin pun-ote nearly all are uselewi or worse than UrtelerM. It in no raia MMiHt to aay tliat the medicine herein nientiuu- d is of a very (iinerent character. What it haa done i known to multitude of per-anns horn it has cured of weary and painful dis ease, it has saved tune and money and many ear and precious lives. Now please under stand that as the life is in the blood bo disease aiul death are in the blood, (ret the poison out f the blood and life and health at once returns to evers part of the bodv, lr. Brown's arsa- fuirUla does this work quickly and surely rouirh. its direct ana positive action tipon the stomach, bowels, kidneys, liver and skin, for all waste and corrupt elements muthe ciwt off by means of these channels, ltheumatisiu, scrofula, bronchitis, iroiit. consumption, mala ria, catarrh, hay fever, all skin attentions and eruptions are ilisenseg nf the lood. Mr. (ieo. H. AVish of the firm of Thaxter it Wish, Hauor, Me. was atliicted with a scnifu lons humor which Cii'ised troublestinie sires ujhn both his leirs. Many remedies were nsed aud several phr.Hiciaus consulted without result. After ttikintf lii-own's arsnparilla a short time he was ttetter antl soon the eruption disappear ed and he is now all riht. This is only one of a thousand victories gained by Brou u arsa-parilla. Not genuine unless nude by Ara Warren Co.. Hanpir, Me. Photographs. TO THE PUBLIC. When wishing Dhotoo-Mni,, of any size, or style, picture frames, etc., call at Edson's studio, Bethel, Vt.,seesamnU and get prices before going elsewhere. Fine views of Bethel am vicinity constantly on hand. Views of residences, etc., made on short notice. Pictures Copied and Enlarge! 1 think when I say that you can get as good work and at as reasonable prices at Edson's Studio As any where in this secton I am only saying what I can prove- Please give me a call and be convinced. One Pr'ce t0 everybody. J.H.EDSOX, Bethel, Vt. Photographs, A NEW DEPARTURE. Reduction in prices for 1 month at .Sparhawk'i Gnllcry, commem-iug Mar 1st. 19. Thaiikintf mv friends and nation for tlicir former patronatr I now offer them a redurtiia price ot nearly i per cent lor one nionui. Sow is the time to secure nhotus from nw. tives on hand or sit for new ones. M'ETLAli rates to (iradnariuir Clauses and Clulw. AbiiIt or write for club rates. With present reduotinn partueiit at the time of sitting will be requind. All work iruaraiited tirst-chus. PlCTl'ltl: l.I.Al.F,l annflnl.htsti 1MIIA l.K or ( UAIUA. Call and see styles of CRAYON" or INK work and get prices before placing yourornersfor enlaived work. Call at L. T. SPARHAWKS GALLERY, 2ud floor orer E.A.Thonias' store V.Kandlh Apply or write for f Lt'lft rates. WILLIS F. IJAPtXES. PHOTOGRAPHER Merchants' Row and Kaudolph Ave., West Randolph, Vt. Farmers! IKPLEMEKT3 FARM FOR SALE. Situated on the nmln ri1 from Brtnokfl!il to nr!htil1, out-half nulefrtmi .mt Kxturv. x otilti. win Mil ni tut-rtin. 4 a!ahis 11 A mtu-t iftHni Uod, In hUli tnt ot cultivation. Itultdlnir rtrt "ls. Ntr tnWiug atT at htueaiit hitru. l on it rriiM.ie-t iisntr orrhani. Kno aaiAlnr farm Will M il witli or ttlHHit tlrt 1ot k. tM!. ftr. an1 nivf a hikf tmrrain t oiue jaihij man tut waitu (arru tliat will make mntr. 1 lutf kIvh. Z. N. Iaue. taf Boxtmry. M(Tne to Soli. STATE OF VF II MO NT. In Prfthat' rrtnrt.hrtM. It a MMH.ru Iiimkh t. iI en at liamlotph ou tlw lai oi huv.a. u n. . I'. arrn A hut. of tte estate of Jacob orrl. late of CbfUca lutmlit liiMrirt. dtwaMtl. m;ikf application to a(.J our! to !! a Li ox tue real eiat of said dtctati' ca reprt-nttuir that tlteftale will be bcnertical to all tlie hvrt and U (rattt ot alU ettaie. ft (K mj-on l I on-rei ty Mihit oiirt tliat aldtap!icatin com uikht ctn,M ratinn ami w (leant on the uih taT of JqdcA. I. at tb rroluat Oftic Rndolnh an1. It ! further ontere-i. that all per4n iniereted e ntitlel iM-reof, hr publication of notice of thl ai- nilcatinn aul order themta, thrt-e wtfk icc'lelj' Iu the IlKHALD and NfcW irlnle1 at West Han. doiph. before said time of hearlnir, that Ith-v nui an ive&r at ail time and place, and. If thcr e caue, ob ject iDervio. uy lUe t unrt. Attest. oUre. Whrea mr wife. Amelia Manh. has Wt tnr bd ami iMtard without iunt canw nr nmv. ocatiin. I hereby pirp notir that I will not be responsible for her bills of any kind nor pay any debts of her con tract in? after thia date. Rochester, Vt., May 24, 817 FARM FOR SALE. The well known Warren Smith farm in Ran- olph. eontaminc a boat 1 10 ascrea. cimiarino- exceHent tillaevland and bxk! amount of oodland. Kunninir water at honse and bam excellent fruit, nice sntrar orchard, chuw to hnol. Terms easy. For f nrther inform.itton Pt.It to ( K. GR.VSGLK, W est Randolph, Vt. l.icHe to Sll. FT A nf. OFVTHVONT. t In rrortate (Vnn nM at Randolph District. s Rantioiiih in an.ir.tr aid Ditrcu on the 8?-th 1t of Mav., A. I lw nenrv !. KcnermiB adaiiuiatrator of itie estate of NancT Kent-rson. late ot 'trWea In said dlatrtct.dt- ceae... makea annlleatloa to aaid Court f r Itcraae to aeil all of the tvai etair ot Mtd dccrard. reprr fccnilnfr tltat tvald aale U necearT for tie pajmt nt of sue it-i'v ui lirr un-rmani. m Qar upn.lt Is ordered hr aaid Conrt that said annltcatt. conieanderoonit'teratlon and)e hrd on the ImIi day Ka shhi-, . i . i m, si i nr i rtMnif ontce in Kamltsllth aisd II la hmhornrrtHrMl Ihal all lwau-m Interested b? aottfled neret by pghllcatlon of notice of ttils application and order three weeks sncreMlve- iy m in hkrald aud iws. printed at Randolph, """ uhitw Dtwnni, mw iiht Diar appear SI aid time and place.and tf Uteyaee cause ob)ect ibereto. tij the Court, attest, WM. H. MCHOLS. Jude. A troe eony of rsoord attest. , Lleene to Sell. fTATK OF VFRMOVT. In Probate Court, bold RAHLf mthh t. s ( en in Kaudolph on the 27th dv of Mat A. I.. lt, H. W. Iartxira. Ad ininitraor of the eUtewf baaa Vrri Ute of Chhitea In aatd district. deceaed. make sppliration to aaid t ourt for llcene to aIl ai) of the rml estate of a id deceased, ren recent tntr tliat hid ale wltl be beo tl ciai to tbe oeira of said estate. Tbcre- nnon. It bi ordered br aid Court that aatd application come andercontdcration and he Ivard .n the lMh Ut of June A. I. Inks, st the Probate office in Kanor.:ph: and. It la fnnher onbred, that all p"roi (n'er td ! b"rtt by pnMicaiion of notk-eof thi appticaTion and ordr thereon. t!i ree w-k urrUf'v In the HKHAl.O AM M-W !. print! at We4 Randolph, before atd Hme of htarinr. that ther rut aitix-ar at ii..s and plae. and. If tber ee cauae. object thereto. ay ia court Atit. SIT U liXLAM H. KICHOLS. Judn. I have a line of Agricultural Imple ments and Machuioa, consisting oi Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Deerii Mowers and Binders, Tedders, Rake, Lawn Mowers, etc., etc. ALSO A FINE HIE Of Sewing Machines. Give me a call aud I will try and please you. L G. TILSON, "West Randolph, Vt HI lis. AVas f.aled io lss.-,. Wl In PetwWntk. X. H. Mrwi by MAMliKINo W ILKi. 2.2X :M: th of .Arthur WUke. 1-i R. M. WUk, 2.27 3-4. Mambrino Wilkes hr Go. WilkM. 2.22. th sir of HnT Wilkes. 2.13 1-2 and 65 in ths 2. ) list. I liattit Fitt-h. hr William Mamhrino. The IHun of RANDOLPH WlLKEi wat daughter of NORTH STAR Br Thurstin's Bl vk Hawk, Grand Psav Eiclish niarr. Thnrstin s BU k Hawk, who sired Brown Harrr. with 3 in the li- son of Vt. lila. k Hawk, who sired t"" Allen. 2.2.i 1-2; Lancet, 2.27 1-2 and others tlie 2.:) list. .. j Ethan Allen, with six in the 2 , Daniel Lambert, who has ; with record! 2.:iorltter. , The Dam of Thursrin s r.lark Hawk wat I Andrew Jackson, who sired HENRY CLAY, The fonnder of the (rreat CUt Famik. J," sire of IhMj Spanker, tbe dam of Ueo. RAXIIOLPII WII.K'r is a Terr band- well proportwmed. brijrht bay stalli.ni. 15.2. weibs npwards A a thoosand po"J Terr proniiin and a snre f.l ?r- " T mik. t uu.. nl iv-i i,r a llllii'" of approred mares, at Randolph. t. Addre. J. F. MEAD-