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NEWS AND CITIZEN, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1S94.
STAT iTVMj. Tti" PemocrHtic Stt Commit t will m-t at Mi.u'ihIi -r May 111 to Hi a time and platw for the Male Convention. Mi. J. U. S-lhnithHni of South Ticonder otfw. S. V , will deliver the Memorial Day aJ dmw at Kant M ilHfbu rjr. Tbp I'rwident WeduwdaT luft ent to the Senate th nomination of Thomas Larner to lie ptwtniBater at tt. Albans. . It U reported that Norwich U to have a woman ptivMemn in th person of KdMina 11. lluch, a graduate of the College of 1'hyni--inDf ami Surumina and of the Post Graduate .School, New York. Uon. Justus Darttof Springfield will accept n urgent cull to be superintendent of school in MwaebUHett, a position similar to that lie wan obliged to give up a few year ago on account of poor health. Miehiicl Fitzgerald, the salexmim for a Troy, N. Y., wholesale liquor house, who wan arretted Borne time ago in Bennington for selling liquor by nm plea, bus been faned $500 and costs. Thin was a teRt case. Ir. S. C. Ohumller, formerly of Stafford, lias teen awarded the Watson medal of the Academy ot Science at Washington, which is the highest honor in astronomy that ran be awarded by any American institution. . Franklin county court hiiH taken a recess 'until May 25. It him been in Reunion 23 Un.vs, has tried two jury ens mid several criminal cases. The jail is now w ithout an inmate. The bar docket hns been greatly re duced In number of causes by the settlement Of many ol them. ' Samuel Bowman of West Randolph has in bi possession n old powder horn which urobalilr hung by its deerskin string acrosa the- broad shoulders of some Revolutionary -soldier In raised letters, car vea upon tne Ihorni is the date 174'J and the lmnie of the ."maker, Phillip t'hallis. For tne lust 52 vea,rs the horn has been the property of Mr.; Jlowman. The investigations of the State'a Attorney of Oi lean county into the murder of Isaac Jliles at Oreonsboro Bend culminated in the arrest of Ahner Cram and Willium Bow Sat urday morning charged with tho crime. An examination was held in the afternoon, when both respondents were held for trial in f 2,000 tmir, in default of which they were committed to the county jail at Newport. They con tradicted themselves and each other on the stand and the State evidently has a strong ,caae against them. One Way Out. Not many weeks ogo in Fittsburg some Jarge window-glass factories were on the point ,of bliuttiug down. To preveut this, the Glass Woikers' Union made a loan of f 50,000 to the proprietor!! of the glass works. This is . aaid to lie the only ease on record where labor . lias been linked to loan to capital so large a surn. The union hns in Pittsburgh banks) ,thenm of ( glO,U(iU'and other manufactur er! will receive its aid. If labor can i i this way meet capital on its own ground it may force t lie co-operation and profit-sharing bo greatly needed to solve the long disputes be tween these classes. .The small savings of the working pcoplo are the basis of the finan cial prosperity ol th? country. The small .depositors in the banks , have ' the financial eituation in their own hands; only they have bo many hands tne.y have not yet learned to pul! together. This illustrates how it may lie none. x . Put 'em in the Tostoffic l'ostmaster ImsscjI has issued an order that no more mail matter shall be posted on mail cars. This order will cause commercial travel era a great deal of inconvenience. The Postmaster General gives as his reason for the order that business men living near the depot mail all their correspondence on the cars aud .thus overwork the postayry , iFITCHBURG & WESf SHORE. ENGINEER HOUSTON OF THE WE8T 6HOHE AND E. A. PALMER OF THE jfliriCUBURGH RAILROAD ADVISE THEIR OVERWORKED BRETHREN. There is no body of men that labor more hours continuously than rail roadmen. So constant and tiring are their responsible duties that thereare fe"v who do not suffer from overwork, ,atcl nervous troubles, and it does not "ta'ke Iong before the strongest con .stitution gives way to the ravages of disease. Dyspepsia, rheumatism ,un nary and kidney troubles have inca macitated manv a man that "could Lave been saved if the proper precau tion had been taken. Engineer Wm. Houston of West rahoro Kailroad, in speaking to a re porter of the disposition of people to neglect their physical condition.said: -'For years I suffered from, kidney trouble and dyspepsia. At times . I was in so -much pain I thought' I would have to give up my engine."" I jhad been under the treatment of va trious physicians but derived no bene (fitJ Finally one day Conductor Fra ,zer of our road said to me, 'Houston, et a bottle of Dr. David Kennedy's favorite Remedy, it will do you more good than all the doctors in exist ence.' I followed this advice, and iq a-few days I began to feel better and 'bave been well ever since." ,E. A. Palmer of the Fitchburgh "Railroad's freight department at Troy, N. Y., in speaking of the great jjood he had received from using Fa arorite Remedy, said : "I was troubled With, urinary difficulty for a long time. My attention was called to Pr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy; I began its use, and in a few weeks was -cured of the trouble. I have since 3ised it as a family medicine with splendid results, tspecially in cases of constipation andstomachdimculty. 'Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is A, natural antidote for all diseases arising from an excess of uric-acid in the blood, in cases of scrofula, ecze ma, sleeplessness or nervousness, it lures where all else fails. ENOSBUROH FALLS. . ' There, will be an icecream festival at Kemp's lall May 0, for class ot "Jo E. ii. S. Miss Winneford Hairmond is going to SwHiiton to run a millinery store for Stone & Jenne of tnis town. Tired, Weak, Nervous, ' Mean impure blood, and overwork or too flnuch Btrain cm brain and body. The only fway to cure is to feed the-nervee on pure lliliiod. Thousands of people certify that the Jbest blood purifier, the best nerve tonic and strength builder iB Hood'a Sarsaparilla. What it has done for others it will also do rtr vnn Hond's Cnrefl. Nervousness, loss of sleep, loss of appetite nd seneral debility all disappear when Hood s Sarsaparilla is persistently taken, and strong Siervtm, sweet sleep, strong body, sharp appe tite, and in a word, health and happiness lol flow the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. The strong point about Hood's Sarsapa is that t hey are permanent, because thev rirtart from the solid foundation of purified, Vitalized and enriched blood. . WORCESTER. Mr. P. II. Carpenter U quit ill. Judge Tenipleton and wife have returned to North Dakota. Abner Austin and wife visited relative in Morrisville last week. The auction at Mm. Kelley'a last Saturday waa largely attended. Rev. G. E. IJeuel.the new Methodist pastor. bas moved into town. L. W. Porter and wife of Berlin, visited relative in town last week. Dr. A. J. Lance was in Cabot last week and returned on Thursday with a new colt. C. R. Dittv of Montnelier, was in town last week, taking orders for the Watchman. C. K. Nounteand wife of Barre. were in town Inst Thursday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Nourse's sister. The "peanut bunt" at the town bHll last WVilnesdnv eveninsr was enjoyed bv all who attended. It waa a very "new styled" enter tainment. A i ilen sn nt, wed dine took place at the reei- dence of the bride on Thursday, May 3d, the contracting parties being Arthur C. Jones of Middlesex, and Maud Mary Estelle, oldest daughter of John R. and Estelle Wilson. Uev. 1 . H. t arpenter periormea rue cere mony. Tne nriue was very luswiuny orevseu in white muslin and lace and wore trailing arbutus blossoms. The happy couple left for the south from Montpelier on the U:40 train. They will be "at home" (Putnamsville) after May 15. BIRTHS. PAGE. In Hyde Park, May 8, 1804, a son to Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. rage. RANU. In Johnson, May 3, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Hand. CLARK. In Cambridge, April 20, 1804, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Clark. MARRIAGES. GEORGE SEAVER. In Montpeiier, May 2, 18U4, by Kev. J. Edward Wright, Klwin It. George and Carrie C. Seaver, both of Stowe. MoGORTY BINES. In Stowe.Mnv 2,1894, by Rev. 8. F. Drew, John T. McGorty of Lowell and Miss Ollie M. Hines of Eden. IRISH BISHOP. In Cambridge, May 1, 1894, by Rev. Edwin Wheelock, Elmer G. Irish of Underbill and Miss Jennie B. Bish op Cambridge, DEATHS. BEEMAN.-In Fairfax, April 27, 1894, Jag. M. Beeman, aged 78 years. STew Coeds ARRIVING EVERY DRY Look out for announcement next week. Every one is invited to give us a call and see our goods and prices before buying. C. E. HASKELL, Wolcott, Vt. 118 WAYS , XSt--Got a. Job in tne Mint. 2dlBuy Dry Goods and Shoes . ''z, . a.t Currier's. The latter ia the surest, safest, and most pleasant way. Price tells Much Examination Everything ! Black Henrietta, all wool, 45 inches wide, our former 75c. quality, 55c. Black Silk warp Henrietta, $1.25 grade, 38 inches wide, for 98c. New styles in the Celebrated "W Lock Stitch Underwear. ... -Parasols and Sun Umbrellas I Choice styles, Novelties in handles, rock bottom prices. . JACKETS AND CAPES 1 Another invoice of new Spring Garments for Ladies and Misses, opened this week. Do not go hungry these hard times when you can buy a, bbl. Best Flour, 20 lbs. Gran. Sugar, and 1 lb. OO-cent Tea all for $4.08, AT CURRIER'S, MORRISVLLLE WHAT IS HilrHDTBITlOH ? Mal nutrition means that the food yon eat d- not nourish you. The plain English of it starvation. Everybody who i thin suffers from mal-nu-tritiou. Everybody who is getting thinner than he ought to be suffer from tunl-nutri tkm. Doctor have given it many learned names: Aniemia. Dyspepsia, Phthisis, Diabetes. It is all mul-nutrition. To lenrn Low to enre a disease we must first And out the cause of it. The cause of 'your food pot nourishing yon? What can it be that you do not digest it ? And how can we possibly help you. if you cannot digest your foodT By giving you food that ie already digested. t od liver oil and other fatty food ia often siven to peoplewhosufferfrom mal nutrition. Put it never does them any permanent good. The reason is plain. Fats und nils are the most indigestible of all foods. They cannot be pre-digested. You cannot uelp a tired horse by giving him more work to do. Nor a tired stomach either. If your stomach cannot nourish yourbody with ordinary food, you must take food that will nourish it in sj ite of your stomach. PASKOLA Usuch a food. If PASKOLA were a fatty food it. would be no better than cod liver oil PASKOLA is a starch food. It is possinletopre-digest starch food. PASKOLA is pre-digested. PASKOLA contains natural ferments that help to digest other food. Of the three great classes of foods, Starches, Albumens, Fata, only one has any effect in the diseases of mal-nutrition : The Starches. If we want to get fat we must have starch food. If we so (Tit from mal-nutrition we must hnve PASKOLA. PASKOLA is not a medicine, and does not contain any drugs. It is a pleasant natural food, prepared from richest grains and certain kinds of fruit. It has been prescrilied by many eminent physicians, and is rapidly tak ing the place ol drug in all case of nial-nu-trition. Descriptive pamphlet free on application to The Pre Digested Food Co., 30 Read St., New York. , , The Transcript, published at Cam bridge, Lamoille county, this State, under the auspices of 11. Brush, gen eral merchandise, allows that Gov, Fuller is to declaim there Memorial Day and not at Cambridge, Mass. Our congratulations are hereby changed from Cambridge, Vt., to Cambridge.Masfl. Hard wick Gazette. OF MAKING MONEY I 52-inch all wool Sacking, Spring Shades, for 59c. Black, Brown, Blue and Tan Broad cloth for Capes, for $1 A)0. New and individual styles in Shirt Waists at popular prices. A Business Change. Having bought the interest of C. N. Farrington in the Welch & Farrington business, I shall con tinue at the old stand maintaining the previous reputation of Good Goods at Living Prices, Our Spring Assortment of Dry Goods, Boots and . Shoes, Groceries, etc., is up to the times. Come and see me when in want of anything in my line. W. D.WELCH, Johnson, Vt. STRONG & WOOD Wish to say to the ladies of Hyde Park and vicinity that they have just added to their stock a line of'"- Ladies Muslin Underwear consisting of Corset Covers, Skirts, Night Robes,- etc., etc. Also a line of Print "Wrappers ranging in price from $i.oo to $2.25, which they invite all to call STRONG WOOD, Hydo Paris, Vt. A 11 WILSON'S FURNITURE STORE, Morrisville, Vt. Optieal INSTITUTE ! WOLCOTT, - - Especially arranged for ties. All conditions of eyes use of spectacles will receive such attention as given by regular oculists. Money refunded if not properly fitted. Any reputable oculist shall determine whether properly fitted or not. Railroad lare Lamoille county. I WILL BE AT Johnson, May 15 and.i6; Centennial House, Hard wick, May 21 and 22. East Hardwick, May 23. Greensboro Bend, May 24. Home office all the days of May, except . the above dates. A full line of Drugs, Medicines, Proprietary and Patent Medicines, Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Druggist's Sundries. Physician's prescriptions care fully compounded day and night. I am CHASE & SANBORN'S regular authorized agent in Wolcott for the sale of their Teas and Coffees. All grades in stock. DR. T. P. HUBBELL, and examine. I have a new stock of Kellogg Ready Mixed Cottage Colors, and Pure White Lead and Oil, Turpentine and Japan. Floor Paint, Carriage Paint, and Paint Brushes, Wall Paper, Home wall Colors and Church's Alabastine. Get our Prices. - VERMONT. the treatment of eye difficul that can be benefitted by the paid one way to patrons in PROBATE tfOTICE. Prtbtlt r.arl-DUIrid mt LaMlll 'ntll lrthF nrtlr. a Probate Tmirt ur ai!4 Imtr)'t will lit-Ul t theCoiirt Hoiisr In Hyda hark, In nlrt M.trict. on uteh Moiulay.Wrcnr. day and halurday. Iroin ta.m. to Uni.. and from 1.witn4 p. in. (iuardian Arcount will be aet tll at auch tlm an ar? flx-d by prcrloua r rii?fmcnt. Arronut of KxrcutoM and Admln Utralor should be filed in tlie Probate Ofllc when allratlon U made lor notice ul the et tlt-mri.t thereof. KDWIN C. WHITE. Judge. IIrti Par. Vt.. July 13. m. Estate of Sylvester Carpenter. WIU, rKUEKTED. Btate of Vermont District of IjtmnlUe, In I'robale (V.nlt, held at Hyde hark, within id for 5.1 id .District, on the 31 day of May, An Inntrninent purpor!ln(t to be ibe last Will and Testament of Kdson t'oow. late of Hyde Park, in aaid dlilrlet, deceased, belnij presented by C. B. Sye, for Prolate, it ia ordered by raid Court, that all persona concerned tuereiu be notified to appear at session thereof, to be held at the Prolate Oftlc in Hyde Park in aid district on the 20th day of May. A. I). 1H94, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon, and show cause, if any they have, against the probate of said will; for which purpose it Is further ordered, that this order be published three weeks successively in the Kews ad Citizen, a newspaper prluted at Morrisville and Hyde Park lu this State, previous to laid tune of hearing- My the Court-Attest, 28 EDWIN C. WHITE. Judge. Estate of Edson Cook. COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE, The undersigned. riavlnR been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court for the District of Lamoille, Commissioner, to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons agalust the estate of Sylvester Carpenter, late of lA? '". ?ald disfl deceased, and all claims exhibited In offset tl ereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purposes aforesaid at the residence of the late Sylvester Carpenter on the 2(ith day May, aud 13th day of Oct., next, from ten o'clock A M. until four o'clock p. m. each of said days, and that six months from the 13tb day of April. A. D. 18M, is the time limited bv said Court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Eden, this 7th day of May. A. D. 1891. NATHAN B. MOWER. CURTIS A. UAKRINGTOX, 28 Commissioners. . Estate of Sylvester Carpenter. LICENSE TO SELL. State of Vermont, District of Limoille.-ss. In Probate Court, held at Hyde Park, witliia and for said district, on the 1st day ot May, A. D. ISM4. O. M. OeorRe, Adm'r of the estate of Svlvester Carpenter, late of Eden, in said 'district, deceased, makes application to said Court for li cense to sell all of the real estate of said "teceased, to wit: Home Farm, representing that the sale would be beneficial to the heirs of said deceased nnd those interested in his estate. Whereupon it Is ordered by said Court, thai said application be referred to a session thereof to be held at the Probate Office, in said Hyde Tark, on the, l!h day of May, A. D. 18.04, for hearing and decision thereon ; and, It is further ordered, that all persons interested be notified hereof", by publication of notice of said application and order thereon, three weeks successively In the News andCitikkx, printed at Morrisville aud Hydo Park, before said time of hearing, that they may appear at sold time and place, and, if they sec cause, object thereto. By the Court. Attest. 27 EDWIN C. WHITE, Judge. Estate of A'mlra Janney. NOTICE CiP SETTLEMENT. State of Vermont. District of f.nmoille. ss -In Prolmte Court, held at Hvdo Tark, in said Dis trict, on the 24th day of April, A.D. 1S94. Lewis C. Moody, Administrator of the es tate of Almira Jenrjev, late of Stowe, In said District deccasod, presents his ad ministration account tor examination and allowance and makes application for a decree ot distribution snd partition of the estate ot said deceased. Whereupon, it ia ordered by said Court, that said account and said application ba referred to a session thereof, to be held at the Prolmte;omce in said Hyde Park, on the 14th day ot May, A. D. lttu, for hearing and decision thereon : And, it is further ordered, that notice hereof be given to all persons interested, by pub lication ol'the same three weeks successively In the News and Citizen, a newpaper published at Morrisville nnd Hyde Park, previous to said time appointed for hearing, that they mayappear at said tiire and place, and thow cause, if an? they may have, why said account should not be allowed and such decree made. By the Court. Attest. 26 EDWJN C. WHITE, Judge. Estate of Kendrick Jenney. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT, State of Vermont, District of Lamoille, ss. In Probate Court held at Hvde Park, in said Dis trict, on the l!4tli day of April. A. D. 1894. Lewis C. Moody, Administrator of the estate of Kendrick Jenney, late of Stowe, in said uisirici ueceasea. presents ms administration ac count for examination and allowance and makes application for a decree of distribution and par tition of the estate of said deceased. Whereupon, His ordered by said Court, that said account and said application be referred to a session thereof to be held at the Probate Office In said Hyde Park on the 14th day of May, A. D. 1894, for hearing aud decision thereon : And, it Is further ordered, that notice hereof be given to all per sons interested, by publication of the .same three weeks suecessive'y in the News and Citi zen, a newspaper published at Morrisville and Hyde Park, previous to said time appointed for hearing, that they may appear at said time and place, and show cause, if any they may have, why said account should not be allowed and such decree made. 26 By the Court. -Attest, EDWIN C. WHITE, Judge. WHMJlGTOH ART ST0IJE1 Pictures, Picture Framing, Artists Materials. iAsrency for Soule's unmounted pho-j tograpbs. Visitors always welcome. ; J. H. K.OTJLIN, 11 Church St There is an Insurance Agent ; In Burlington, Vt,, who Is paying off six '' percent Investments, with Insurance be ' Bides. Twenty -year endowment policies issued by The Equitable Life Assurance Society 1874, and maturing In 1894. ' Total amount .No. Amount- paid by - Cash return to policy holder policy holder in premiums at maturity. 953.60 1.B62.43 075.00 . 1,688.00 6,854 16 8,614.10 4,949,00 8,037.60 . 89,333 1,000 91,620 1,000 91,668 5.000 93,561 - 5,000 There are other good Investments which yield 8 per cent interest, but the cash return shown above is but a small part of the value of these policies. If death had occurred In any one of the foregoing cases, one month six months a year or at any other time during the Itt't twenty years, the Kquitable Society would have paid to the family of the policy holder at once, the amount of the assurance in cash. , "One Fact is Worth a Thousand Theories. Any one desiring Life or Endowment Insur ance can get a statement of what such policies are being settled at this year by writing the General Agent at Burlington, Vt., giving date of birth of person desiring a policy. Equitable Life Assurance Society. Insurance In force, . . - 932,532,577 Assets. - - - '- - , - 169,056,S! Surplus, ' -J- . 83,366,760 lUEXIS WASTED. , W. H. S. VHITCOMD, GENERAL AGENT, Burlington, Vt. -A