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,4 Si A i 1 I U "'f " 3 i 1 . Let's Talk It Over. Ill iilllillllon last went to work this mi went toMorrisvillo this iiiormii'' fill loil to Xt.v on Hi-count of noon 1:0110 lairy jtln. Udil "TCC 1 If Yhmi (I. Austin is in XortMield. it 1 1 1 1 - 1 , ft I looker u if evening. ) Kuciii! Lciir.nvy i morning-. 1 Mw, li. i;.. Si oc 11 tins aioriiiiiLr V -Scgcl refill-lie , from liui-lin-'ton. Two of the Spaniards left last liMit I Haymg that tliey are -oin- to l-'r.inoc . Jerry- Ilntchin.soii of Williiiinslown is ? 111 tlio eily on business today. L J. L. Morse and wife of lSrooklield i nun 111 me cuy yeslcrilav. Tlie Juniors of the ('ourejralioiuil church will give an ciitcrlninnicnt this evening. lr. ."WcSweciiey was York stale last I-voniii" the sickness of his father There will lie a .M,lv (!av iiall at I'ni. ty Hall at .South ISarre toni-ht. .All are invited to attend. i.eorge . ( 'niK-ksliniik 1. fi t; for Scotland. Jlo expects to I, ' auom rwo months. Mrs. Win. (.'lurk of Concord, X. II Who was called here by ihe death of her Mother, returned home today. . II. .Alcsscr w ho has been visiiino- me launly ot (i. If. .lR, j,, Xnv fxi. ti... 1.. " "- , . iew nays returned last ni tin; regular inecling of 1 1 1 l-'ellows last evening, the" third 1 .a i 1 1 1 on uiree eainli.lales. "William lioyce f w.-st Tori X. V. who has been visiting his ,-isicr Mrs. C. Corry returned homo this morning." Mrs. Ernest liiddcl of Williainslou n was 111 the ciiy lodav on her wav to lios. ton J--10IU fluuc .jti; v.ill ,-:tii i,ir Si-t,l-land. The house which II. I. ,-;,.,. ,.IS been moving from ihe ( Imnilieriain i'.,'i will he idae.-d over its new foundation on Central street tomorrow. 1 lie lime allowed in 1I1 bids for carrying tin- mail icuirni crnr nt I iipol an ollice will epi e .May in, I Mrs, I .a ura ojds ' J ' 1 , ( 1 1 . - 1 tier nonie 111 lliook Vn, . y . nfler a few weekV ; iM( enls, .lr. and Mrs. E. I' Mr. Archie, one of tin l'eside in lhi eily,lia. de as lie liciievo h,- w ill hi he wouid be in cm-sin iialloii. win, is i-i,in He. II. W. 1;. siiiti,,,,!-. 1, telegram hist U,,A ,., , were ia.-.-eiigi.s (,;i i),,. lioiuiciiig their safe ar. i i;,I Fled X.-vuis of Tas-adci tne eily vi.-iling hi 1'- (ale. ..Mr. X, v.uiioi il 11 ins ,..,. i 1 1 1 .,1.1 :.. , , , ......1 ,n. 1 iW i,i,. past 11 year,.. 'The incmbe:s f I'r.-.sbvlanau Church will -he a reception j,js ,.u.ii. nig at Ihe chuivh to members of t,- tdioir as a re.-ogniii,,!! of tln-ir service- during the year. Napoleon I 'aris J,as moved from the tenement of Mrs. .John Common Souli, Millll .Street to the S.-IIH -,;i.ii 1 1 - .11J.I ,-, iiuusf. "u 11 at work with i , I., A. Avcriil and son aro in Bui-Iiii"-. Ion to-day. 0 ('apt. Howe of Xorthfleld is in the eily this afternoon, Mrs. J. M. Iiond entertained a few i her friends last evening at her home 1111 V.mii AI..;.. l'i.. . . -..1,,, ..jam .--ireet. wnst was en joyed and light refreshments were served I.eon, son of A. 1'. Abbott, celebrated Ins seventh birthday yesterday after noon wilh a small parly ot his vomi" menus, at nis home 011 Iliohnr, sireei. . number of beauliful cuts were received. A horse hitched We have I). M: Ferry & Go's Mixed Sweet l'ea .Seed, last corn, yc. per oz. L. M. Averill. sou pi'eS. to a deliverv w.-.min and owned by Ji. Thomas, ran awav .Ills I.X.IM.I.WP I. ,......l 11 siiuicd up Mimnier street and before going far, a barrel of Hour was thrown into the street. Xo oilier damage was done. .Mr. Max Frieilland repsenlative of uie ( utter, Jowlo Company, Huston, Mass. has . been in town a few days, intro ducing the Xew Franklin Standard Typewriter, and has appointed Mr. C. M. Keuyon as local agent -Mrs. 11. W. K. Stafford entei-laineil uie Alter (, mid and Ihe Sunday School olliccrs of the Episcopal church last evening. After the business meeting j a social linns was enioved be t!w., i-,S. cut which numbered about twenty. I Kiiima Whitehead entertained a few I friends at her home cm Church street i.i-i n emiig 111 a very cordial manner. Various games were played and Intel light refreshments were served. There were about l.j present. A meeting of the liecrealion (inn Club was held last evening. It was voted to accent the un it itinn of tl,,. M,,i, (Inn Club and send a fc.nn lo compete for tin; stale championship on May ISth at Monlpelier. It was also voled to make Wednesday and Saturdays practice, days. Captain Eastmen will 'select Unlearn, Finest and most lastiii!r finish maim jfaetured is the Hiamond Wall Finish. I., .it. Averill sole agenl THE TROUBLESOME DUST. SOMETHING JUST AS GOOD. Why suffer with Corns when you can have them removed without pain by Mtts. S. M. YoliK, 12 Elm St. NOTICE Comrades of II. . Cramlall 1'ost will meet at (i, A. II. Hall Saturday eveninr April iioili at 7 o'clock sharn to .attend tue citizens pairiolii! meeting in Aliles Hall. All old soldiers and sailors with out regard lo (iraud Army allilliations are reiuested to meet with the I'ost and accompany llu-ii'i to the meeting. Eet there be a 'large attendance. (iKoiKit; T. C'oxxKH, Connnander. M'ar in Cuba. Full-act of .Maine disas ter, catch penny book are being pub lished. See that Ihe book contain (J.iO pages fully illustrated this is the onlv complete history from 1 808 to 181)8 by (ionzabode Qucsada. H. A. & C. W. Pkukv. 8:) Wasliington Si. Uarre. NOTICE. I wish to inform the public that I have no connection in anyway with the so-called I'nioii Uakery, although I have good Cnion principles. My place is in Ijolster's block on Xorth Main street. None of my goods are sold from the green cart. John T. ( 'AI.I.AditAX. WARNING. proposals f.,r belHceli . I liu- J)o.. 'tlll-iied to . Ihis noon her o.-ir- , ((Ids. -'piiiiiiird- who vi.l.-d to rein 1111 safer here I 1 : 1 1 1 'Hi - wali-r. al the leceivi d a -laiivc- who 'iiando.ih mi ls CI.AliK TO ;o;j '1 here was a story nlloal in Monlpelier yo-i, rday lo Ihe effect that Co. (). I). ' l-irk, of the Vermont National (Jinird is 10 be removed by (iovernor (irout '" replaced by Mavor I.. 1'. ,Io,-e-l.vn. I! is s.iid the reason is that a man 1 ' M 111 i: l. ' M ll'll l ion : iiior (.rout was asked about the ;, To see if the City will vote to 1, in 111.1II, 1 Mll- sler u as a. ( ' Airs, form I., is Hi. 1-1 y 111 ! I he Icl'iiI voters of theCitvof liiirrc lire lici-eliy iMitilicd mill wimiod to meet in Ar mory II in Miles Hloek on .North Jlain 1 street 111 the City of Uarre. Veriiiont, on the ; -'ml day of May, Isns, j,t 7 :.! (.clock 11, 111,, to ; tn.nsti.-t the following business .- 1 ' l-'I lis T. 'l o see if ihe ( ity will vote to buy w. . .m.ii inii iniv wilier system or work; .-.el n m- waier witliui the citv, mid if so II. I L UIH'N, Mil (I.NI) tti, t ... i,,. 1 1 in iiivrai coiiik-ii 10 give, pcrinissioii to liny water system or works now- supiilvlhs the ( ity w ith water, the right to extend' or lav I., n iiim-s ui pi les w uinn l ip iv Tl I I I! I ). To see if Hie ( ity will vote to In- rijct t mm Citv- c..iii.,.;i . would neither dene oi-, v -,,i,.r . : - ' .T ' " WI ' lirm the rcporl. Any chaio'c in 1 1,., i 'he right to 'miiki- new eoni'ieelions u-iti, tilJ.Z eoloii.h-y will be vcrv uiis.-ttisfaelory to I l'iH.'"rtbe i"-idation of the residents of 'be l-'i,-t ivginienl. as Col. Clark is 'one! '! .(It I'll. To see if the Citv will vote to "1 the most popular olli.-ei-s ever in the put in a wider sysf n. of its ilw-iiV'ind ,f '0 regiment. j'Wliw, mid what system it will vote to put in l-II-111. To see if the Citv will vote to 1111 " . thorize the City Council to make any lease or iMMICli, , . . '.'"" " iin any of the existing , ,, , ,: '.I"-"'--"i ui us 10 oring iuc water ' I- il-ter and nil persons interested ,, '" -lU,r"n Hiook, or from nnv other water 11 iui-1 each of von are lierel,,- ,.,. 1 I !'.' ( ".''v Purchase or eondemii, into Ihe . 1... 1. , , . -. ' ' ( iiv, nun 11 so w lilt C.-isn or .ii-i-i, ... ........ MXill. lo see if the Citv will vote to iiir.-haseor eomlenin the works of the liarre liter Co. or nil j- other portion thereof. Sl-. l-.N I'll. To see if II... l it.. . ... , - . ..... 111 ,ie 10 iMiiiow money mid issue its bonds, notes, or other evidence of indebtedness for nnv of the pui-iioses specified in the foregoing ,:. tieles of this wnriiiiig. and if it votes to issue its bonds or notes to designate the rate at in terest, and time and nlm-n r ,,.,,,... , tl. f f 1 1. .... '. " e--.-"""M . ... 1 ... in .,1 1,1,111 1 tere.l, it w ill issue ''" ""' ",ller proper huslness. I a ed at the Citv of liarre, Vermont, this iilst day ot April, l.sns. JOII X W Wliy the ficlentlKt Apprrclntcs It Slore Tliau the Uousev. lie. Tho bann of the ideal lioriseln'eper's Jifo is dust, and yet this seemingly in-siguillL-aut, cxafiiieratiiiH dust has been a study of eoieulists for a century. "When a beum of suuliubt enters a darkened room, it can be soi n along it.- whole courso, " says one writer. "Tho light is reflected to every sido and mado to reach tho eye by the dust in tho air nf the room. Wo do not sea tho sun beam, but tho dust which 13 illumined by it. As unimportant as thi s curious stuff seems, it plays a conspicuous part iu nature. It is what makes tho sky ap pear blue, nud when we look nt tho sky we see tho dust illuminated by tho sun. Light goes through all the gases tho dust catches it, reflects it iu every di rection, and so causes the wbolo atmos phere to appear clear, in tho same way that it makes the suubeam visible iu the dark room. "Without this strauge, wonderful dust thero would bo no blue sky. It would bo as dark or durkor than on moon less nights. Tho glowing disk of tho sun would stand immediately against tho black background, thus producing blind ing iigm wuero tiio sun's rays fall and deep black shadows whero they do not. It is to dust that we owe the moderately tempered daylight adaptul to our eyes, and it is dust that contributes to tho beauty of tho scenery. Tho finest dust gives tho bluo touo to tho sky, while the coarser kind producos uu almost black appearance. "Tho clouds consist of dust and va por. If there be only a little dust, all tho vapor is precipitated uuou it. and so loads tho clouds with water that they sink in heavy drops to the ground, Without dust tho vapor.would peuetr.ito houses, making everything mold with damp, Wo should feel upon going out that our clothes were, becoming saturat ed and umbrellas would bo a - useless protection. It is bard, indeed,-to con- I ceivo bow different ovorvthinu- w.ml.l : " I bo if thero were no dust- Tl,i common stuff has its considerable part in the processes of nature, atid thero is i much of tho wonderful and mysterious concealed iu its filmy particles. " Uu troit Free Press. How u I' s doctor .11- tl I' ll. s hcM t" l-iiimi t If ni.d all 1 Ih.-i! :ln-. illl. I.. .1 ext.- hud '11 I.. i I. the ( ity ot lan-e h.-is ,lf.i.i,l,.,i ..,'i... l , llll I il : "H'liieiiemg on the easterly line of ! -ton street, on tl. .,n, ,- thl. I , . tcr known li.,. 1 11 .... . .. 1 1 . .... 1 iidiiig ea-t.-i'ly across the center of' said : ' " - ' i nn ierv iaii,i; and we. the under- 1. .-lu l l , o ssliim.fs ,.f . ... I'm of H.'ll'l A. I . 1NIS -wse-.ir-Carli-lon jus uncle frank Cnrletoii will nmv the house vacated In- Mr I'-,,.;, V . O. i.angre, a Spaniard who is a stone cutler, js gelling ready lo send Ids ...lto .Monlrcal to remain until the war with Spain is ov.-r. Mr. I.an-re i, to remain in thu t.jty . -. If is said (hat St. Aldemai- Comman- .mj 11 jmgnis..l Jcmpl.irshasa cepicd the invitation of . Ji. Ciaiuloll Jost(! A, 1!, to iiniii-ai- in liu, ......... 1.. f,- 1 ' ' . "." . .-V.WXI. liui OH I-, J. liolsl. r is m. 1 1 . . . . , , vy ujoe.i uy .-. .lla-sn,.,., bought out i. said Ci'lv- .iiioiiueil uie Iltlidin ol .May. it till' Citv . ',. II :.. .,'. .' ..,-..;,.. ,. ,, .- ......mil iiijiiiij, ill 1111, ; ... "i ..iiire, at the Hour of one oVIo.-k ' I.-'' .-Ulernnoii as the tin,,, and the place for liu- limriiitr o nil n, i.,, , Ij.viiig.iidTifsaidsti-cetndUn-Tlimd . 11 1 uia-es, and in wli(U , m,.ri;;(,, 1 I pon-ed to examine the premises and eon mi .1 Ihe luiest,,,,, , t,f. pil,i,. ,,,,, .1 eiuenee .in, necessity of indiuiduiils in till' !T 1 1 u- mil nf w.. .1 . . 1 ., .:,,., 1 1, .- " -'i.r.j iiii.i uie iiniier . .' meet at the time mid nlaee uhove ilied. 111I0 ! ,ate, it the Citv .f n..,... . 4 If IU. 1 - Aj.ril, A.I). 1.S9S ""-v 01 !'' T. C( "n,i:n, Ioiin V. .MrDiixAi.i, ia,-s i., II. C. l'.vri StreetConiniission of the City of Kane. , whether coupon or r'egis- GOKDOX. Mavoii. incinbcr age , i of I iiieinoniat day. to cnlar"(! the sin,-,. who recently 1 Illinois. 'I'm. si,.i... ...in I .-..111. I, 11, cMi-nuui in . ilircclion of liu- Jjv. ery slable and will made wider also. Hiawatha Lodge X L'l) () ( J--worked Ihe third degree on Ihive 'can' li datcsat their meeting held last ni-ht The celebration f ,). 7,1,1, .,miiv,:r!U.v ,)f the order will lake place this evening. It is expected that there will b ' a large alletulancc at. the palriolio incel ir.gin Aruory Hall to-moirow eyeuiii" Jiie ngm 01 ti, hall i.eM th rtin tie reserved I'm- th company E, M S. I.evin, who has bes, in lor the jiasl week will return loni--lit 111 compnnicd by his wife, who has bom (here (he past six months, and his sist,.,-. in-law .Miss Julia E. .Morse, wl, will lemain during Ihe siiunner Airs. Saniiu-1 Cai-swull and IwoVons, James and Lester left on the noon train for Huston, l-'roni there th,.v s,,; inorrow for Scotland for a three mouths Msit. The ,-hip they sad iu is Ihe Can- aim, dames Criiicksliank and sail iu Ihe same steamer. C. S. Currier has inv.-sliga! piupci-iy 01 iiract Wood an ,S.-,.j,,. l,: Jones and will report favorably to i! council, llotli panics asked for'p.-nnils lor additions to their buildings at tin last 001 n.-il meeting, and it wa.-f referred to tMr. Curri. i-. Who's Got Wheels? W. Nichols has a line of the most com plete of any in will sell thpm at any 1 rices ranging from Bicycles, the city, and lie price you want. 820 to $125. A large number of second hand wheels aluionst given away, in tl,e Basement of the Nichols Block. Come and see me. Blacchard Opera House RScltl.Hcl;l V TOvot. i Tl rr APRIL 30th. 1899. First appearenco here of the univer sal success, i Mark Twains Beautiful Play "Pudd'nhead Wil son as.lrainitizcd by FRANK MAYO. Direct from long cnraL-enionts in !W ton, Chi(-ago, l'liiladeljiliia, San ' l-'rancisco and the Herald (iiaro Thealre, Xew York, where it played over 1(KJ niglus. TIIK OIIICIXAI. ( AS'r Of high class playcr.o, witli KDWIN MAYO in the Title RIe. A play that has taken its place anion" the classics. 0 "OLD COMPARISON." An Fcccntrlo Westerner Who Das Gained the .Sobriquet. The people arouiid tho Iittlo mountain town, says the Yakima ( Wash. ) Herald, called him "Old Comparison, " and i kuew iu a general way why the sobriquet had been given him, but I did not. dnrintr my month's stay, have au opportunity to test it, though I had a speaking ac quaintance with him. Ouo day I was passing his houso and ho was sitting on the steps of tho Jittlo vino clad porch 1JJ ilUHL, "Good morning," I c:,id. "It's a lovely day." "Fiuer'u silk," ho responded. "How aro you this moruiug?" "Friskier'n a colt. " "How's your wifo?" "Peartir'u a cnllet. " "Tho weather is very hot r.nd dry for this season, don't you think?" "Hotter'n a run horso and drier'u a clean shirt." "I supposo you went to tho wedding last night in tho meeting house? A pretty bride, I thought." "Purtier'n a speckled don." Tho young man is very rich, I hear. ' ' xueuer 11 tirtilizcr a foot thick." "By tho way, aro you willing to sell me those saw logs Brown couldn't tako off your hands?" "Willincr'n a girl to get spliced." When can I see them?' "Quicker'u a lamb can shako his And tho old man grabbed his hat and stick and led tho way to the river, offer ing no remark, but answering all ques tions as usual. 1 - ! 01 iaive t p !-'U Two Cur 1 (.1 l;ivuMal oili'.'. An rust end icnii u--'" n-'vi--i.-l "wio lime ii-:ro not t i ill ink 1 01 ". told him it hi lei d to i-.inkchi iiid and his liver : as ih'iu render life miseial -le t' tho rest of thu family. But, no. bu couldn't give up his two tups ut breakfast time, liu couldn't 1 iako the sacrifice. Nothing twld tako the place of the delicious .lava and Mocha mixed that ho had learned to love. One day his wife fnipttestcd iu a mild ! way that he might be just as well sat ' isfiial with cue of the brands of imita I tioii coffee. He almost frothed at the ' moulh. I "That iiifeniiil stu;T!" ho cried, j "Not much. The very first enlp would ' settle me. I'd like to see anybody try to fool 1110 with a counterfeit of that sort. " j He didn't notice that his wife quietly smiled. Hut, rtraiige to niy, from that i time on ho grew better. Hit. bilious i tendency was gnutly ks.-i ui d. He felt like a new man. j One day he met the doctor. I "Hello, duel" he cried. "I'm getting i better in spite of you. " 1 "tiivin up coffee, have you?" queried tho smiling doctor. ''( riven up eclTi.e? Not much. Coffee's : all right. " 1 A few weeks later he nu t tho man I ! from whom he orders his grecnies. ; J "Hello!" quoth the grocer. "How ; : well you are looking !" I - "Yes," said tlie convalescent, "I'm I I feeling a great deal better. " ' -jjv iuo way, said tue grocer, you seem to like that substitute I'vo been sending you. " "What substitute?" "Yv'hy, that substitute for pniTeo. " And ho named one of the numerous im it;itio:is of the fri-.grant berry. "Never Imd a cup of it in the house, " said (he bilious man emphatically. "That's funny, " said the grocer. "1 haven't sold your folks a pound of gen uino coffee in the hist thru., months." Tho bilious man didn't say anything further, but his thoughts were" busy? The next morning ho finked at his clip a little (suspiciously, hi t ho drank it without a tremor. Krh.i-is lie fancied ho detected tho difference; perhaps not. Anyway, his wife et ill fondly imagines he doesn't know of the deception. Cleveland Plain Dealer. UNDERTAKER and FUNERAL DIRECTOR, W. K. WHEATLEY, !.) V.. AT .. I 1 Sti-.-eh - " JiatTC, (TIIK. Hi. All Urdus will Kfci'ive Mv Jtm)IuiI Attention. X'io-l.t r.-iils will ho l'roinp'Jv Attended 'I Telephone call arResidence 141-0. At office 26- Important lotice Ithe Evening ! Enterprise i Will Cive as a Prize TO THE IJ(A' WHO SELLS TIIK LARGEST NU.M P.EIi OF OUll PAPERS liETWEEX MONDAY. APRIL 11 AND AUGUST 1st A Fine New BICYCLE. A FARMER'S OPINION. I Central Vermont Railroad. This Iiiforiniilimi lo Farmers Around JJ.-irrc is Worth .More than tlie I'rcsenf Value of a Hiii Full of (.'rniii. lnV llliW Sllli,'l Win. Iu liiiiicei! EARLY ARITHMETICS. i StrussU-n .if tl.e I'ilKrim Children With j One of the '!." Next to peminiiitdiip the colonial ; school and Hchoulmnster took l.'-ni Mand on "ciphering" "The Uildo mid li'-Ki.-rs in what I want my bovs to know, " said the old fanner. 1 have examined with care a Wingalo's Arithmetic which was ubed for over a ceuturv in the Wins low family in Massachusetts. The first edition was printed in Kio. It is cer tamly bewildering to a modern reader "I'ythaponts-Kis Tahlo" is, of course uur inuinjjiicatton taLle. Then "Tho Kuln of Three," "Thu Cornell Killer' "Thu f;rdo of snip,-- "Uio Rule of 1'al.se iH wiui -a collection of In V.-i Hum-, iihiml lie miles from liarre i.-l (illi. e, liiere lives n jf.K.il, honest, Ininl- IMIIU' Iiller ol till- sol . leiinei Wi.,ni I.- evei-y iiiii.-i- mmimLIc fiinner, .Mr. i!ie lor papers mid one evenini ..kin-.' over liis liin-re weekly, his ee .-liancei. In eiiteli u re.-nlin.r. n,,ii,.. 1,1,1,. h pi-nu-il a Ijuiiuiixii fr ,im .,11,1 PrjM-i,),,,,,.,! p ,n n uie 1, w price ot trraiii : ""'! !".nM pi'-idiiee. and Ihe lii-li price nr'eoin iniiilities wiiii h are neec.-sarv tor a fiirnier's existence. A farmer reasons in ujs imn ,,e ! eiili.-.r way ami lie calls a spade ,s,a,e.sl, i - '''-, '' 'I'li' tly to liiniself "1 want hist : -'-h a remedy as l,,ai.-.s Kldiiev Pills, if it ! I',ll1'!'"'s fiiitlifnlly half what' it claims, it will i-iire my lame hack. Ilewever mileli !r(K n'vli' f" e Im.x, litt!,. r , I,.,-... '"in ensue! W hen j !lirro jr. ,,(m. , seme ni.iiii-ies at Katun's .1 ruir str(. alt tne 1 r, aiei hi irni,,j t li :it scores of ! ITA ,n l;l.,'",v,l""l tin- siirroui 1 ,-,Jlm- ... ...... ,m-, 1-liailS 1 1. I' ' ,w,. reciiiinthiL' their experieiiees. I'"W. He lilirehas- I rHii luiiv.- l)rre daily comes Douldo rellow etc., end- pleasant Pike's rules to polite questions to exercise nil tho parts of vulgar avithmetiek." IT?: vv myaco s Arithmetic and Ilodder's nauiuiuiio wero succeeded bv ntumetic. This had i " ,"m",uu,u 10 memory, and not an explanation was L'ivnn nf ,.p ,1...... It is tho mo,t barren sdioolboolc I havo ever read. These printed arith metics wcro not in common use. Near y all teachers had manuscript , books, from which the scholar, copied imso after paK0 of "sUills," t()!) ft Mthout any explanation of the process, though here were als-,, m:1,ly niM, ,.', they did not tho mathematics. -Ch au tauquan. 11 them, and wen I Ills w as enough f.ir.Mr - mi i-i. ,111.1 what lllws is his exp,.r. ' '':' kidneys trou d me rr s.ne veaVs , ... ti-l,. .,,,- ,lieret re, ,l es ' V .' "ii" ,' K ir'T"- "ny I-""'IH ''-'lief. Ill .1. .Hil l IMH, I Wils m in.,r , jne Millen,!, ,,,,,, ant.sharpauis ae nj I' -.i, k whi.-h were at times terrible, when I urn.d apply ,.,.,, . . . "V '"M.IHVliilly ilt II : it, ill IllV fowt 'IM ... 1 t. -1, 1 111: M-rri-riiiii w-i.m. ..1 . . 1 read of )an's Kiiinev I'ills mid box 1 -,;, i.-.,.; . -T L.'" . "''"-"'le. 1 (rot a "1 ll1.!? -v,..,,,, ;.Mn,irte nice. 1 am W) u-renfi.. ,,i,....i a eolored. they were was verv it distiirbei'l Time-Table. 'MiliKCTKD Td JA. -a, i,8. ncept HuihIu) , 'ol UOI.VO SOL'TIJ. uii Nf. Ki.Kiaiid imint.. I'urlor cur lo Ho. ; ... '.a- owl-,)- wilhout ch.uge. 12.00 F.M.-I. .1ST KXI-Ki.68. ;,, vU 0ot.l; .sew i rk vlB.ttprlngtield i,uvia .1.11) I .M.-i i. u U'ASSij.xutK. for N. nh HiII,Khu(0Ii.Ii,hiiii Whlie Kiv.r lUDctiub, co.iiicciiiig wuh rnUed 11.00 t'.M.-.Mull f ,.U'Kh.stl. Leave. Itarre R1 w'Wri 5.10 i'. u.A.1 KJiBis for Burlliimo,, m. vi vi, auilauii umi rol. '"" Suburban aervice. ""S '!'' au.T,'ti.n,i, Lei.vo Uurre 11. uu e. Ji, TU.UNB TO ISAHHh.. Leave Mn UN..., - S.011 auu H.M l-'I. ' ' ' ' 1U-6 .06, o.lo, A. .. H'.v trouble wilh the ;"n: ? it ,; ir.fto, Trains. J'ue . Ilium.. S.SU r. . I)U8 to any oVie slie. V h Ponally ers:T;tI:ii'l---.y;.ll .lea.. Nini Co., liiillalo.'x 1 niieii Mates .Miuleil by Koster-JUi-1 .. s.ile I,-.-.,,,,.. If,,. ,..., 1.. .. . .. . '.'" mid take 110 substitute. "le "i,"lc lhmn' ONE OF TWO WAYS. bladder was ei-,ii,.,i f.. The liniiiel "ll'li It is not liable to pi ny one or tv - .... . 1 i .,it ,i i,,p ,, .'cecptaclc tr ,,e , ,Vl Th ' ' . T. ? iiM ill (M II from iiniM'rlHff ..;,.,. ' .; "L rt w.-iy otlu r do:. , ;,r'-'1"- 'al trontmenl of J ex-' is 1 Wiliiamstown Leave tVllh,MaIl,ull Bttrren.ui. jj.j.uu,.. i 4' F. W. liAI.I.U 1 v , j .. .' . B W . C'L'ilMilW.s. U. U. BToiniil-AJlv, .Upt. itXtir- Montpelier & Wes Rjver R. r: TIME-Tabi c and afiur Monday, Nov 8 isut . . I "lltHAN 1KAI. ll rlve ulilouib..l..r SKIiVICK. im. 12.30, a.ou, (.05, 2.2U,4.7 a.-lu 7 .3,1, m.-jy ,, .9-20, 10.6Ua. 1 1 2 .ou, IIKALTII-II, STAliK SliTTIXCS. A story of love, comedy Rod ruill,,o enlivened with Alark T -;..' v;,Y cisnis, Sale at Klilu's Hook Store. Special 'i'r.-iin will rclnrn to lose of iiilcrl.-unincul over M. Tn-o Not Always Couinci.v. I eoplo who nro shut off from contiu ual contact with their kind are apt to grow splenotio. Army officers who havo lived for long periods nt one company post on tho frontier and tho wives of these army officers may know Koniethint? about the difficulties of small groups of human beings living together and lov- iuk one anotuer, Hamlet ami Animal.-). camlet lmd a hirkimi lavm;; never easaut compiinions, nud family lie Court Cranilo Cil v, 1'. (,f night and voted to .srin-i i, ot Couipan.v K lo ihe slalion leave Ihe. city. Al ihe uice Joiin Coui l No. ,',2-J, ( '. o. I A. inel List e Inciniiei's, w lien Ihcv Im- of N. ., bi-l.l la, t evcuiu.il was voled Iu inardi in a body to the depot ns escorl to ihe .speneer lli lles when lhcy leave town. "I'lidd'ulicad Wilson'' says : -Keen Ihe Idearcsl and most perfi-cl ciivuni htanlial evidence is likely lo he al fault, alter all, and iJiorcfoi-n oiiji'hl to be re ceived wilh l-eal caution. Take for in. hlaiice Ihe case of a pencil sinu-peiied hv H woiiiau : If you have wiinesses, vuii . will li 11. 1 she used a knife; l,m if 'VIH1 take simply Ihe nsjicct of llic pencil, 1 you will M.y she iis,.( her l.-.-tli." ! . At the'. Mclliodi.-t Conference held ! at jSil'ilillelil Insl week pl-osidiii": ehl.-r ' Jlaniilton was stationed ,-it llnidwiek to : nieeeeil Lev. . ,s. Mnilhers and Mr. Sinilhers w.-is Iraiisforcd lo Ihe Melho ilish church at Aorthli.-id, The people of tho Ilarihvickcliui-ch were very much disj. leased al Ihe doings oflh,. confer ence on 'iiecounl of Ihe transfer mid llu-v at once prolesle.l v.-rv siren-Icy on ac coiint of llieii- prolesl Mr. .Sinii'heis has relm-ncil to llardwick nud Uie t : 1 1 lv j( i.ii.e In ',i'l,ti, l. .1 o. .. . . ...... ii.iiiiiiii.il .. ,i 1 1. 1 . . , , , . 1 t.ii 1 uirt i.i.o i.ev. ,1. A. DiMuiof linn,,,, lo orlhlield. This will 1, ,.f interest to Harm jiecplu as .Air. Sniiihcr.s pastor of flm II..(hii,f, eh. lion- trio Iloan Fli-t Came. JVnpIe in lfal.-iii, at least, will re nieiubi l- with pleasure the eloquent tlis cour.xs hero some time ago of Dean Hart 'f Denver the clergyman with an Irish facu and an English'voice. Ho had tin; eloquence of 0110 and the ro bustness of tbo other. This robustness is not confined to his sincere treatment nun simplicity, it is in tho man whero, i 'J,l''r "II. eloqnenoo resides. Here is an I inli resting story fold mo hy a promj. l ent fi iitleman in Raleigh who knows : lomething of tho early life of tho dean. : It was in Denver during the cowboy and desperado days. Thero was n row : of barrooms they constituted about tho j chief business houses along the narrow i . i.-, , uio pioneer praino town, j Dean Hart was then a young man, and i his force was making itself felt even . among these almost abandoned men. J-ho gamblers and drink house keepers grew rcMivn They could not stand any sliocl: of g.,nd deeds, but they bad a certain kind of open handedness and brutal fnniknesswith all their wayward habits , f life. They gave tho young preacher so many days to get out of town. He refused to go and kept ou with hi work. Pluck is ( ,m;t and tho youugmau had MEAD'S Popular Restaurant Can be found at 311 No. Main Street. Meals Served at All Hours. , We also carry a full line of FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, TOBACCO and CIGARS. J'rop m and s ,ur I.unch ,'hthouso generally a The Commercial House IS KKPT HV Chas. Johnson AT JXi XORTH .MAIN' STHKET, Keetiers nf liei, 11, .1.. , got along together, mid if tl,,. ,- , ., , mu iu "H'.inousc keepers and two li Keepers- wives the result is monkey and a narrot th..,, Light housekeeping iu lighthouses by I ighthouse keepers' wives often i,U I i ?onW liarre at beavy work with rolling pius. JtW.lIK , -t-veu liusL-ands and wives have hnen Known to .jnarrel on tho honevnioou tour not because they did not 1,vo one mother, but Lectin,, being in foreign countries, they were cut off from th ir kind and were forced to rely entirely on ono another's society. It is one of the wcalaiessen of human nature io gregarious When a few individuals are I isolated, they nearly always quarrel. txehauge. j How to Wheedlo a Librarian. ! I note that an Oxford scholar nf , ' acquaintance, it he wished t, valuable j book to bo taken from tho Mudlciau library into the Radnlifr.. r,v ' that ho might continue reading it alter the hbrary was closed, used to begin by asking leave for some unique manu script, nud when that was refused a book somewhat lnn in..i.i .... . 11 , '"'"'Oi coining gradually down a scale and being re fused with less emphasis, until ho reached tho book which alouo ho want- i ed, when he would say, "At least you ! can havo no obiectinn tn , this."-.Corbill " '"J Counter. vlTlflllf.t'J f . I dinners IIo pitied them, for lm could 1 uot.ee how .1, tl, l,;g ni th( 1 SU('cwl1 111 ything. Uut tl.e self ri-Pt eons w-ero lnon, trvuAvQ (q - " tli nk ho was right in saying that m, n ...... uiiu.u v.lJO p-l.ss J,,,. J,. siiineu are unpl 1 rf ill r ...... n .- . - ... ,uly , juugmeiit stamlnrd perhaps the worst sinners of ',' : sensibility sll(,wn , Jack u .0 Y' lh- didnotcMtnil to animals. !) , f.,: ;nt,:.fuh",cia,iur- t toi' e ,1' ""oopper ami rr c ;tt Biri have no place in hiH rnra, ,.,,.," not uiidei-st.-nol fi, 1 - . . .'Hienii , oenniyo! tlio " la,t friend " at the r, r r i ';' f;ral. Animals we4 Unites to Oaudet. At 1,,-t lluy - 0 warmngs to hn,, beings not to iwrt-ly to c-at. sleep nnd leave p , , ; --"en were the fv I . a1 - -t l..i if ... . ,, . wnsl " h he ,.; I,nt " WW tho HOl-t of f' '"' ,1,i,t '"W"es lab,,,- in sooty f- ory towns. The dog Wlls tl(1 , ' bcust ot any. ).i,.t ..., u 'J!,llUf't 'Irawin-- room - . ' vwry l.,,.iu 1 -.', J s:iw a - .0 uiairr in unit ..... 1 1 ...... .. 11 ..- - Mtuicvs. t , ; . -r""'1 -"""i neiier. -n m ... .. . o-au u.au p. m . --i .2.UU11. AVV -..li.Ur.. ,;V""' 'U"-..1U,1.25, 1'nliealthv in-i,. iv " can,,,, "' i u0..t i .h. chief eanse 1 1. , ',v '"lneys is in,,,. 7 ' ,'UB. .Pl:P' .or aioro 7 ZZ' ' V'.Y": WOIIII., like 1P I ,, . So theiered: .A ,,, . ,"U . ' chwl Jlv' T'lr ' 1 . . ' ." 1 ei-eate. for ! bum-..,.,, n. " . "P on Bi,i, , .. 1 , '""...... 'iKT .. 1 . 0 "'-"y u UCf MIIOK C tin ! i , "no if mil ......a- in weal, 1 .. . - -V..H-.I nip I,,... ,,. i- 1,10 """'li is not '". II s i,., . ',-" A" it in rare oiivi-nieiiee 1 ,. " ' " ' disci se or hi. .I.le,',,,- a ' : ' ki'lM1'' llll"l,'-'"id mav lM'as - :,-i ' !"ri,"' ' easilv "ill i-ui-i-,,..!,. itvoi.it ,J. -- in.- tn...-.lii,an- c, ,! " , : '".'M -'ind the 'f"t, 1, , ." '" h liner's S-a,. SN...11 i-eali,.,. , ,,'' ,'" ''linlder r,-im-.v 1 '"'li'lliavethH,,',-U" ni'.', 11 n?lil'il',''.vnii "'"'"'"'''"liar. V ;, V, "--'N 'ht v cents Inilihle?, I, - ' "'i'l'l'' bnt- ',' r-.-..i,,t i ti,,,. ' "'''" by mail.! f iM-la-e on ' , "l-'unps tn cov- ' ""-s 1.1 I i', Kilmer x. " 1 J'oiir d,;..::::;'::':'i"i"",""'f ti,r; .". I..-SS ,s ,,; wnl Jiuui ti 1arru lu pa.eur. t'UALN-s kas'i- 1 x- t'"' uu"uu' i-iur. C0,llH-i,la u, ... .i.iiiu nuieu l-r. .. ?r v"lb Ac. y.l nd 1 '1 'i1,'"ortl.aiiU wiih 1.0 AM ' Ice fu n, ' "" 'in,r. .1.11,. ... KllM V . l-l-, uutu 1,1- h.'siun. ncd 'hile ii Z 7 Pi-- UllClluii tO "' "luoliMi 4.5U e:. ".u lA-iiinil I). ill! ' -liiilio " Belviee, ''ili-rhai'iitini'v '"'I'1'1' gaiu-a,,,,,; 73 la ( K on Truth. lapdog. An Ar letor .Sniilh New York l'i-,,. old time lawyer, for his bootmaker wid : night harni iiuiti was "Landio,. Lauding with these men, it. Ono 1! tho mrst desperato of tho fl.'inco hall kecnorsi enm,, i i,i. oung man, I liko vou bec.insn you aro f-nme. Como to mv slmnr fn. preach, and li n nun tKnll iiair of your brarl. Tlio nniua there, and li i u t-mii. ,,i 'loud ot niiol.o and wido brimmed hats, with patois and knives in their belts. J He Ktngo was crowded with the same Mini. I.ut tho buss 10:111 mi i,i., j-..i, ...... ,11;, lunuiv ept their keen eyes r,riin,l for i,rf. ne.-H, tiinl tho vnuuu mini i,.-,n.,ri.,.i tr Hlmd Ih, re. IIo has been there ever Miifo. He l uilt nt firpt u. Hinall church. rtt 'il7,'1,r"? l t ' Denver coUio oral. Ihileigh Kows and Observer. ml he is wants of prepared to meet the me panne in an 'ale man net-. up to BARBER SHOP AND POOL ROOM I.N CoXNK, HON 487 N. ain Street, Girdeu Huwes, Proprietor. -Coruhill Magazine. After the Uattle. I' So Jones was not re-elected. " "No, he was fired out. " "I wonder if he still believes oriice is a public trust." "I doubt it. He regards it more iu i v8 w",? PUbIi0 t-M New York World. liilrury I . U:''s, tl,ls tr,- in tho : ,;"' lilther was au 'e ti'i'-d a little case r mrl 1 booksaclon, f 1,1 0,1 tho ;ln-cred, tbo accompanying hi a AJ.'X TAB LCT?n.m ' ? 6 7LT"J y cure '"f-... oTu .f"S 1'ni '.TT'r' muS''W I ",,.',"vi" 11.0 L:;, .":i whor i r"?"-1 '' . u r r s r , ' 'I" "il ".-t a Jmtft&'a? W ri;t .,.,,. , "vK Y. 12 30 f "P'lnil,.,i -.!. and i.i n..:,... . '. lork. Ar : !P"i) 7 1, P. llllrli,, -.Oolis bilwu. ii Vlli, ,,l'r'""-lpal ?,'' J'.i.nipAc- l tv-l n"U W. '""il.U'oasiK.,;!1' '"..Hlid the iu.-l I 1.1. "J ' esc-,,,, 8u., ,"U"?.(-'" even- ran, : r".u m ui- 1,1'fsa I Vi I'- 11. Ainu Miih ,1 1 . "u"'OD hi 1.. it atm, 4 05 P. M. '"'ilrimd. Uu U'"U TruDk (-ouuecta at u-n. 01 m)ilaii,1i,,...':MP"i't Hitb A 1 nil . nud ye.ii-H dm ., .,- ,' '"-v. -mis , i,r"iii n si, 1,;,,,,;; ,f-ih"ij! "f .-,u.i "v. A,l,lr,. " i"'i'-.lf f i8'""n- -" r..r..Mt5nt'i:, ,Vlrii.,I1,,,,.ri-:-?' I rum I'lHX'rl, Mount,,,,, A ' Mouho, -'W ... "eilunil A. -r."uu '-.:'nci,6l.,r i -uanater. T f I IN.; A l man, f't (illilty. Wistress.if the lIo,s().Mv "id you ever take a i,i,n,v Tit-Bits. l-ll'i't.Loudon I; In-u.ir I I'll e lie !m- I UMilive ' 0,'' l OXR l-ini:i AY. IF 1 wl . .... .. . J Illl in. i 1 if it -mi; Nnf l..,.,.l, .. , .1 '- , I . il, li.,. !" I' I I'i 111.. I ...';. , '"'sl'IM' I .. 1 101., M s ( . " o U. """"If. So , l 1,.. ' ' ."'.I'li-ieK & A .1.,. ;lv,,.v"H liniel, ...Mlil"!'' '...., '"'i' is 11 . o i ,, 1 li" I ' T I' -id mid :,. , ,',''. ".'.""'lit li'li k A- c '".'He It!... .., muT 1. . ' "i'io CrampsX Colic, Colda, cpuehsA ir 1 Tooth- TT ache, 4L. DTARRiroSA, DySJJ.vrvRI', ...... uu ax, n ui, VOMlI,AlNTS.V- A Sure, Safe. Quick (:uro Ior tlieso J trouoleti is (rERHY DAVIS'.I rscd latoraally aad Externally, tt TwoKl7er C5c. and Me. bottles WtnKiUe j! : was iormeriy i iii-iiio.iisi, i iitircii. Without A Rival. Asarosilivectn'cfoi-sm-ainsrnisn, and pains of all kinds, Salvation o i has 110 Cfiunl 1VT,. -is . . ..' u" -.la. i-ran in r f.e, L, I 1. ,I,S '- I Oratiot ot Ave., Deti-oii. lt;,.i !,' "I -el Salvation Oil i my to nn.U-a Bayit has ,, rivalal , t . ' , " .u'es pains, iuatucd my nnklo tl it eurc(, nud 6H1C0 then I lnu- ni I 1110 "1 n i-i-h II. P,, iiiiii INIllt t K,, 60 YEADe. Tf,?e Marks Hicv'Sss r5;i 'U';;.S. y K''ii.h-i.-k.v(.0i -''i injeet,,,. vivimiir uuiiui s.1L.0 tinn inrv IlilVn'y,'" 1 m. ""ni I IM., L1 , J. I.. iOllliiliiiiF. SasjS any pains and bnd c 7 OiliSsol,1foronIy25cCu8 vi fn remedy, i dotiwSiJ 14' cure 4. r. . aisrj-; JIM Btrtei n2i ' vk at,.