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Lei's Talk It Over.
1 i Ira I.ibby of Uo,ton is in tlio city to day. J J.UIIC3 K, city today. Airs. A. L. (rates of lirainlon, is visit. log her son. (ioorge liobini this moi'iiii!''. Miles of liurlington was in went to llurlinirton Mrs, John Tiiwaits of Cliutonville, X 1 ., is in the city. A daughter was born to James liiley and yeMcrdnv. ' went to Airs. A. Ji. Inyrabam St. Johnsljiiry today. i. .-v. i.alinan returned from West i iuiiuu jast cvoiiiii". ..iiceilaveuof West l-'airleu is Yiauiii- jj. a. JCastman. I . irswuii, hergs., Frank Glud- ..S a m j. A. Kockin-uain ure in tho wuj lointy, A'ed Huberts returned f.om Uiirlin-'-ton this moiniiio- au.r Vi;itill,r ut tu camp. J. V. McDonald & Co, are buildiu"a temporary shed at their .juairies untiT a new one ean be erected. MM. ... j ue omeers recently elected uianitc Uianter, li. A. JI., Diaueii last evening. Mrs. Ira Carpcntcj of Jirookfield was in the city today, visiting her brother K. U heat Icy. D-M. .Miles has decided to have a g.;imite front on his new block. This iwil be a big improvement, Mrs. L. J. I!.,ri,n ,.i - lit . ,. , ;-, nuu HCIll IU Mot,,el,er last week for a visit, was taken ill at the home of Mr. Smith. Charles Sawyer returned last lib. hi " aicro.iry Center, where he "ecu on Iji'siness for prize will be awarded for the most com Ittrtfn nti.l ........ .!1.f .. lUL-uiiuu uiiiiig- oi mo various exhibit. Admission 10 cents. Cake ami ice cream servod free. All are cordially invited. Kenneth, the young son of Burton (.ale of Moutielier, received a bad fall from a freight ear near one of the stone sheds in that city yesterday morning. There were two ugly cuts, each about three inches long on his forehead, and his rignt arm was fractured in two places, one above and the other nt the elbow. His uncle, Dr. Gale of this city was called to attend him and re mained with him all night. He was rest ing as comfortably as could be expected this moniinr, in were the I'ATIIIOTIC SOCJAKLK. ,JU,Y- .J S- V- E- of tl10 "l"it Church will give a patriotic sociable luesday evening, May 21. The fol lowing is a part of the programme: To thee, O Country ltd -nation, " The StarivFlii"." Trio and Quartette, There1 a Beautiful King." NjIo, i nele .Sinn, the Yankee." Fins Drill. Solo, " Old filory, Hip ifurrah." lIeiiiin?,'A Bucket of .Mrmi.,i. Solo and Chorus, " Tenting ,, the Old Camp Ground," Trio, ' At Sound of Arms." Solo, Just Before the Battle, Mother." Heading, The Whining Jietfin,ent." ' Prindle & ri v mm HEADQUARTERS FOR Gasoline and Quick Meal Gaso line Stoves, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Window and Screen Doors, Poultry yetting, and. Wire Screen also j i Garden Rakes, Hoes, Spading Forks, Lawn Mowers, and Garden Hose. JACKMAN BLOCK, BAKKK, AT, News From Camp Olympia i Mi has several davs. I ho meeting of the Ladies" I'moa which was announced for Friday aflei Ji ooii is postponed until further "notice 'PI.. 1 . "e i nion veterans Ijiiou of Ka.t arre, -wish to iiui.nii.iei il,.,i li turn day will be appropriately observed at that place. The funeral of II. !. VUn,:(. of s JsniTe was !..!.! fi.:.. ..r. - . '" iuieinoon at In "ue nome. liev. ,J. o city olliciated. I lie school HAltllK MAX DEAD. . I'KXXIM.W III HI) r IX,U )m;s i:i:ci:ivi;i) nr vm:i i;sti:u Shcrbiini of this COlimiw.iiini.vj I,,,,.., .,,, 1 , . .1 11,1 , u iu- '7v.ii about 80 application oi teachers who want a potion in tho new school house. John 'J'hwalis ""i.um jcicpiione and l hicpj.ed on ., banann H'tl, breakin bis wri.-t. "raph Co. peel Sunday and Today is the is the lioth auniversarv of it.,. niarna"-e of Mr. and U r. f 1 '-ii'uiiu. it'll tins II Itirn 1 n f,,,. . ..I.: . o wi 'isuio'jion pcinl the day with re- i-y will , 'They where Hi la lives. M,. ..,,.1 At.. . . Mini .iilr. iV. II. 1,1 ,,( ...,.i i:. i i . , . v , ,Jl "" m11 "'"" "Here thev will l. 'Hied by Mr. ami M, I ' 1 ' ' i aii.iin i He ul It-in f.i i will Chester J", renniman formerly of this -. nun i Worcester .Mass, was soba.lly injured Monday that he died i)om after. Mr. l'enniman was engi neer in the employ of tho Webb Cranhe iV- I (instruction Co. of that city U0 , " " '", "u,,.,; W!l "is clothes ,"- ,-,e,i m mo shafting and he was whirled around several times le uttered no cry and his shopmates kncy nothing of ,jm accident until they saw him bein"; whined arounil il. .i,..f, ing. His riirlit leir was l.ml-.,., "li ie was torn irom never regainec .a esa niotner Henry in Montpelier and a cousin Mrs. Anna E. lVnniman of this city. The remains will be brought to this city tomorrow for burial (UJMI.I DKI) I-HOM l-'IKST J'ACK.) snowed a good deal of grit about the maitcr, as he was borne upon a stretcher io mo nosjmal ho waved his hand to the ooys and said: "Never mind boys I'll be with you yet." Much indignation has arisen anion" (lie boys over a most disgraceful trick that was played upon a young fellow who was sent here from Onmrrn M,,,.1..,- lie said that he was at work on a farm in Orange when a man .by the name of oy Flanders, a former resident of Harre came to him and told him that (-'apt. liadger wanted him to report at - Ti '"""raiumi, me young man left his job and came here as soon as he count, ut course the whole nave been intended iuLAXrS LEAP. There was intense tribulaticn among tho steerago officers of tho Ynmhilia as she lay at her moorings in the trannuil ! harbor cf Apia on the occasion of our i first visit to tho Samoan islands iu Jan uary, 1869, for scarcely had we li t I her bow and stern onrlit-rs, as is cus-; Arlauo Id Spanlili Theaten. If Wbra t ravelins in Portnpal -or i Spain ym (.'o to the theater ami ! applaud any pfnrmer, he very carofn bow yon do id. Do tint hit the ground with vonr stick, or kick iwamst the woodwork of your box, or stamp with your f.-et. A few years ago 1 was 1J Lisbon and went ououif-'bt to one of the theaters to fee a zar.uel.i. as tho comio operas Imported from i-paiu are culled. I was with a party ci inenos in , I stao box. ow, iu i'crtucai sueu u Lox is, as tho uamo implies, on mo ttayo itself, and you could not bo near jer the performers. Needless toay, yon ; are too near for comfort. Tho light blinds yon, the dust and powder cover 'your clotlus, tbo defects of the periorm ; ance are plariiif.'. On tho night to which I specially re !ftr a woman cauio upcu the stago and fang a balliid with much taste and feel ing, Wbcu she had finished, fomo of my party applauded, and I knocked on tho floor of the box with my stick. Tho womau did not accept an encore, and as tho went off threw a reproachful glance at mo. "It was not so bad as all that," remarked one of my friends, a ! good judge of music, "t-ol thought, 1 ! replied. "Then why did you condemn ! it," ho asked, and then begun to laugh. "I seo you don't know tho custom of 'the country, " he went on "When wo 'find a thing very bad indeed, we do as iyou have Leeu daing. " I felt very fool- is h. Today important Notice. EVENING ENTERPRISE Give as a Pi THE Will TO THE BOY WHO SELLS THE LAK'(il s HHJi OF OUJi PAPERS BETWEEX J; APRIL 11 AND AUGUST 1st ze 'XliAV A Fine New BICYCLE, For Sale. '!! SA !..' One House mid Lot on Jltiwes tho trunk. consciousness. He He to I'lainficld carria-ro Hol,,l spend while yester- W'locl 4 f J JF v i hi i - Nifty of Ilelh,. the day in i,hin Mrs. iienjamiii of turning around in her i-i.y 1. Iivml ,,f t, I Kt f'lly damaged by a stone team he I.niyersalist Sunday School ''".-hers meeting will be hold on Fri- MPM!i"7,r",lh0 ''om,!0f i"1 instead of being as announced. I' Ciliuore. ii!iii,n.,i . . .. ".ii ,m "iiinzer oi is cx licet i.il m, ii.;.. "ft will try ;llld strengthen er and also iiwiifm., ii order m olln-r A'ermone cities. r-aeii meiiilier of oiineil, llo. ul ,r Hie mei'lino- ( ,1. reiraidiiiir tin Chester IV-nni STUA XCE 1 )I.SA Pl'EAHA XCK I'l-.UKV II.I-l'CIIKl: I.F.AVKS home. matter mav is a ioko hut we. cannot seo the point, Twenty-eight cars have been ordered to convey us to Chattanooga and they will probably be here Friday or Satur day. Efforts .are be made tn nrr,. sleeping cars and we sincerely hope u" siiceessiui. K. E. Smith was here today and gave us u great deal of good ad vice which the boys all received with the greatest re- sjieei ior, we realize the fact that our menus oi me (i. A. II, are our best counsellors at this time. Thumbscrews. William Carstairs, the Scotch divine who for 14 years served William III as confidential secretary and adviser iu ! chief, had been implicated in the live House j let, a conspiracy to assassinate Charlis II and nlace .Monmouth r.n the tomary in those treacherous latitude s, ! throne. He was put to the excruciating when it was discovered that ocr Jilts- tcrtmo of the thuiubkius, or thumb- man during the comniotiui attendant 'Screws, winch ho rudcred heroically, therewith had unceremoniously slipped " itiiout r. :. . .iing or implicating oth- over tho side and swum to an outward ' e" bound merchantman with n view te ah- ' Afl,r (-'-ir'-t!'il's becamo the urivata :auM.r M v iniani no was resented i with the iiistnniient by whu-h ho had i Let-u tcrtun d The king, wish ins to seo l'erriii Hill, and one large Corner Huilding Lot nt lh curiier of Second ami Main St. In-'inii-e at T. (i. Whitrhill's, ilT Xo. .Main .St. H! SALE. A nice stylish Trap, good as new. Will m'II olifii'p. Dif. C. W. Si kki.i:, llnrre, Xt. F' Central Vermont Rj Time-Table COKKKCTKI) To .IA . Tralm leave Uarrv duilv , i. " ow : ' roao, ii)'- o. r. .v. tomorreivv. ("ft local ord Crcen Mountain 'camiiii, should attend eiiiini.il i...:..i.. . Mf lI I. t . i- ior aeiion (leatli of a ineuilier man- son, wife Scott, and son Aiiionu-il,,e who went to Port Ethan Al en to-day were Allan ;. l'llv, ;:,.,, ?."'A: ,.',r- V'- '''J W.HSO, i-'rank Me-" -......,. , . ,,. nil.,)Si u j.- ui. tl. Jicui-y ,)ae;k Harry. John .. a brother of Donald Mel)0- ;t ro'r'nSa-Vi'!'iln iM "! "plosion a (.ranneville is.iuitesie-k. The news v.. .. i-AjiieiMoii was a siiock aim since men ho has Ik his home. The relatives of JVrry Fletcher of (.ranileville are extremely anxious i be whereabouts of the latter. Edward t'letcher, his son, was in the city this morning and said that his father had not been seen since last Monday and tiial his family is almost wild with lely about his welfare. Mr. Fletcher came to Hip ,.ii,r c . mitoof Kn, A .;' i'.',', ',u!v na ffot a w,., i" J'W cwcd. He M, . I ' lu",ilI1,c" over Sunday, and Monday he came to Ilarro again, eav g o word with his family to y cxnected on.i nl,-.... "' ,.. i p , """""' " oi course was looked for at home, that i,io-lt. .-...euiiiuir unusual for him to "way for any leno-th ,.f ,!, "lamier, so this moroio.r ' ? td ii...i....l. f. I oul U in iui nun. Mr. l-'lftddiiM- i . , l,i r.n " ' -i"-uo man 1 i.Vl I. r S",' ,ncliu' '"sight, M'ghtlj stooping, and wears a heavy -Jy .ard, dark and (i,!(1 ' fown 1, WnS " f:ln" in Williams town, but runs a quarry at (iraniteville owned byC. II. Won, & Co. t nmla a usual .hi,,,s for llim money in nice um.s,-,,i :.; . tl, i " i. , 'i"e"'iiies irom he bank, so no ,artieular importance is attached to this act. On the Corner. The Club, with blood in the eve of eeiy incmoer, assembled in tho (loldc bury lot last tuight, vowing that if the stores ho daily bestowed upon he It remain in this AI.DEiaiEX MEET. to him ci conliiied to no iil-sixkss 01' AXV I.MINJIITAvr i.- TKASSACTEl.. The Tho annual shoot for the champion s "P liadgo of the stale will t.-.ke ae e his afternoon between the llecn, alion , . . , , "ames ot tho lo- .- n:aui uitve oeen columns. . e reinilnr ni....i:.,.. auiernian was held 0USI1K-. published in (best The ollicial board of tho lledeli,," church met ,, the church pari, cvenmg. fieor-o J. )iov,!(! w0 'n b.enamemberoflheehin-ch com,, uH er (signed on aecount of his health S I . harnes was e-leeted to fill the v.w.in. Miss El,aboth Jj,.,,,, eon ir,,,e,l as president of the Fpwor 1, -..-v,.... ,i,i W:is electi the ollicial board. of the bo ss of i ; u,,t no The flowing 'p me street commiss hmr. i...... , McMillan for water "w, river. James Kmin, ,n inu previous eveninc lllJielf tl tu n,.,w..n . . ra ... "j'l" ii.iiii-u uiev would use him like a Spaniard, in other w0rels thoy were looking for tho Inspector with every man aroused to a hVhtino- i"iv,u. xusuymat Hie .nemuers even surprised when they discovered that the inspector had been mustered into their ranks, is a soft way of stating a hard tact. luiowinir it wonhl i, ..(.. for lll ti nil.. i x.. . . : "".-pi io reaeli t ie meet n. in the same disguise as worn on the pnf eediivr niL'ht. I li.i...i ,. ,.i our ner tin. .,f.. ... , -. -... ..xiuinuem aim juaceil it in ttie lot, bein jr sure in uPw.,. ,.,i .i. Kickers would not ilii.,.i. n.. , the story of the meeting as told by the phonograph. althoueW, I h!lv ,.u.,i , some of the laniruairn ,! i T,:. subslanenna .,l,'.'f "r".l,,u. nr ,.t .i , .""l'u 11UI" le lull re r" e iiineuine. looK a cony of the lEvi-v -j Jv.ii-.uritisi.- nm m, :t . ...... nail JL (U iiieuioers. Hero was tl, Death to the Inspector." traitor." "WVll hano- n, t() IIN fl itt inn. rn. . hnal action taken on the Inspector. The . -"uoiuiuu iiuo tne lodw, meau- mg myself under a disguise, wlis expel lee . A resolution was also passed ordering the Chief of Police to ban sh him from the city. The Inspector ma er being eneleel for tho meeting l" the mi,,, .,,! , . . o "isi, attimtio,;: ui was The ae;eilt sent nn li-, Umiii. t w.i . .... .. . ..' 1:l"-e re ",iu 11 meeting was held seinicu oi in.; late Mr. Fierce, vi... samo rn es with .'..iiv lll, ;i.s linwr nr... . I. . ruptly severing fain relations with the naval service iu general and the mill- ship mess of our vessel in particular. Tho mess "striker, " as ho is ininiii- cially designated, of a man o'-war. is ; notwithstanding his apparent inhrior ity, from a standpoint of relative rank. I an important functionary, particularly when so thoroughly f.m'iliar with his . duties as was our late iucmiibrt,r, who, i in snito of his characti-risMe. In.rnm scarum propensities, which had from ! w.i.u m iiiuiu ciuieu loren corre clli.us 111 various degrees of severity limn the members of our mess, was far above tho averago iu his capacity. True-, hu had a ponciiant Ior thrashing every new cook who appeared for duty at "the galley, but his saucepans and baking tins wde iu consecmenco always given the point of precedence, thus insuring us a hot cuisine at every meal, and if he did re strict himself to the best brands of to baccaho could abstract from our piivatu uies no ciauy Destowect unon our sh,- tiolish wllinh trnii m.i.... t i. . !. tl i iiiil-e.-.H-inuiio Hi - the eyes of the inspecting ofliccrs, and ! thanks to his industry, our sword hilts i and trappings invariably b. ru a luster i Which awakened undisguisi d euvy in ' 1 wa e-vea-OUSX.scniors. But he was gone now, and we had to rausoTo ourV selves as best we could with blaming each other for bis flight. The carpenter, who alono appeared fi7 1'. 1 11,8 "llair acensed the sailmak.u- because having reviled nini fur annronriatiin, imii- f from tho sail loekerwith which to man ufacture deck cloths for our quarter while the sailmnker in turn censured the boatswain for having gone still fur ther in reporting him for cm.tino sn,n To Rent. T" sprill.; I.'KN T.-b. II. Hooker has tails tenement to rent with water, (heap. a down 7 rooms. 5.10 P.M.- ise me-as:ire ci tnrtitcdo necessary to endure tho terrible tortt.ro without niakiupacoufessi.'iiof son.o sort, placed bis thumbs iu tho mat hmu ai.d told Carstairs to turn tho screw. IJo turned slowly ami cautiously. "It is unpleasant, ' said King Wil liam, "yet it illicit bo endured. Von aro trilling with inc. Turn the screw so that I may really feel pain similar to that you felt. " Carstairs turned tho screw sharply. The king cried out, and when released said that under such pain ho would have confessed to anything, truo cr (Hi reasonable term -a good stone shed with traveling and lieioni derricks. Also some verv desirable tenements : Inmiii-P ,,f W, A. BOYCE. T Alice l.'EXT. Ihii.nis in pleasant locution. m- in; iJieasant room, U .Short ii-.-enii. street, intr T" l'l;,Ni ''.r'iv:1' large connecting rooms suiijiiie' nirouie up me bv lr. erne lli-lit v anil teneniiitit .,i.;,w..i .. , , ,,, iniiiiiiicu in-Ill .AieilNS lillll'k, HOW iii hnev. iiie smi' e front ,ill,.u ,. I l i,-,iu ' - Wanted. IVof. r,. t;. stale ageiii-y h lialh" from the cinnatli. ( ij in. Wilk ilkms has lei'oive.l ii ' "The' (Quaker Folding Weu-lel .M'fg Co. of Ci,,. suh a"t'iiis m i- wrint, .1 lor t"wn and counties at om-e. w w A XT F.I l.-.-ti-ett. -Hoarders at Xo. C Spauldin. NTi:ii.- Wlle to - ,..a,... i i-..-.i,oii hi i, lmn ,1 OIK 1111 II UPI. 1...,,. ni i-ii ,., ,i i i i.. i . . ill ". " . ex ' ' "' "Hie, e.niiuteville. 33:it To Whom It ray Concern : J feel lik, I'l-aLnio- ii -,.i- -,.,. "'au oi .Magnetic T-,im, seventy years old liros'i-i'he' tjMn :m worst trout, I,, KIS !,,. ,v iiioigesiion am ami 'iif,-.-. the response "Kill the Inspector the Tinced tbat the fault lay with the gu . cr, who had seen fit to impose extra duty upon him for having slighted his ordnance duties as set forth in tho Fl.ip" n ation bill, though the gunner argued hat tho ray clerk, onr cat rf ea h,Ti u T i 'uo catastrophe in having hed back the "striker's" ration money FinXr,,D, rrdraft iu llisoun,sy fj-"!'7."11 bDt niyfielf- command: in ul. I am have been ill Jwii-ay, 'WAV. iver. i-on.-tiii.-iiion -n, .. ... .... .. Pi- . . i ' oi e- ") anceieii m - win,, "eeil Ii-Ollllle.,1 ,vith "anus and liml ""' o Ml 1 1 1 .-1 1 1 ,V. '".v luiinls a , Oil-;..,., ai . "oill I l'n. " US ai'l. .-111,1 I IIMIl'll 'lletle- ' ;- Wilkin lue mv eoiielnioii ha his trc-itiiieiii "VStcill. I line,, 1 1 1 1 1 1 j I i m in mi- tor a long -tin,,. " 'cry Utile feel- i e-oiiiin W A.M 1. 1 . -sali work, cluster, X, y men : i',u ..i.... ..'..'', .-H-;iejv os, ..inai .nrseries, Ii0. -THC- i-llei I tee Ulieler i i- i.i ; ' iei-1 iiial loo M 1 1 . -f l : "'"irage anv -nfiei t r. .i i tiif ii t a trial. I'-aMire that I M.lnnii Mt;s. JI. T. , I'-'i S, miir. mi antiot In- ai, to r ! Live thi,. is wit i inn,. I, le-limnin-.i I AI'i 11. Main St.. liaiiv, MERRY-GO-ROUND In Ibe rear of n,yte.re will run twice each week, WDNESDAyATURDAy NIGHTS ! ANGELO SCAMPINI. cidixei sm 3.10 A. M.-MAII., Fur u, . Kilchbuiff ;NCW Vurk vm -all .Now Kilnrid , ton via. I.oKi-ll, wl i.. ,,, I.owull ; Sew york ,., new Lond-jn. Huffi-i i - IJK.'.VI.IM...h,M,,'. Id, Hund.Wj h , i'lnction, e-ei 11 nn i. lJ.:i'n fr U hi., i 11.00 1'. M A' J U IJ T K . 1 k r -week days only, l,n,.,,v,h A. a.,rinlly indium.,; -m. . " ' l-OWell, IniJy ,.1 , , ,. f'Kht'UrK.ul.ily.K :,lA ' ! cept Sunday) 11.--, A . M to!prln(jlK.lU,oiily. t,. to UobIoii vm. l,ow,.I .,, , . Q 6n , ,, UOINe. Milil ii 8.50 A. M.-LUCAI. h.Vl ki ton, HI. Alban.Jchf,, Cponecu m Kh8.x,i,.u. , . I nn i fo'"'" on Hutlaini li. k camtiridiif Junction, .-i V " Norwood, 0Kden,uri, Cartoilontreal, " 5.10 1'- Al. iJ-Vi'KJiss f.., I tiii,and Montreiil. Jv ' Montpelier June-lion ... , ' chaiiKu. Due Cliici.,, , , , .onuectat Kvt ,1,,,,,-t,. , ' ' . via. Kuiluud and Trov Suburban Sorvire. TKAlA-d Te ileiM .-i j . ' nLuoVe1IB''rr0 81U' 9-'M -' . . TUAIA-S TO I3.u;i ' Loave M .m,,,.. n.. S.6u and B.io p. m. 6.3u, 9. V,, 1m Wiliiamstown I-eave liarr,. 1 n n .. . ., town l.6 P. .4.Ii p. Leave W ilH,., BarreS.0oA.5,.a.o 'r A w. HAUnvi.v. ,. Ol'O.Sunl. II- K. ijTOL'eiUTei.v Trains. 8. , S-liia. .'Id, m. ! ae, ; MILLINEliY in the and olli- city kickers. The, iffent slated that the I ('"inmissionors. ii iui w 1 er i- ,,.!.. i i i. .. . -"'3V- Oill K OT ltlir e-.ii (l. :t , i ""'" i's.-iuii: action of t in topic under discussion at the first meet- to move a hen present location. an addition ii i,io haild iiiazza !'. Ij. Sar- a member of At the execiilivo of alderman last the foundation of tin session of the board veiiiiio; ihu i,j.is f,, I'l l- on ii;,,.. Olll. Illl.l 'PI... l!l. J -...,.,. ,UrR, , V """le'i'.s were 'ar(l bids were re ectcel as they were co, s 1 m' t. 1,1.-1,. Thealdern, ,wi Mho,d prouM0 ,7;;: - wi ' , 'li, ,u is ;'"!in " '""IU IIIIIS. 'UK ID l()W terley ChandliT, ii'iani ot sc ion uouso uu fuct from 'ucne JSrtinell for house. C. 1), Xewhall to lo house on Main ,Slre,,t t '-use on mitaZ wirrZi;!!11--1 o, taw following , ;..r' 'Iens,,rt'rr tho for 1897, 884.5.89 7"fli Interest on its surds' S itie ei(- treasn.-, president of the I COIIIOIKuIr, ... , i. Ii.iioh inn , .; V"' 'ocoiveii - . ...ln uiorniu irom J rs. Ann V J.auiiisler of J'otsihim, X. V Kl" ,, " "'a'si,,, wmi,,,.S(, Jj0 ()) ontl,(! coror(,f.siV(.ran, lin.ok sir ' forW). She saiel sheMnsielore , e s!, " '""'"'slll.-lho.-f . ,, ,,,. 1(J S(., u t ,', -. i ne mailer will to the alelermen. ird J)jv. figr. W. T. and liiiL Voting ami ,iUm he ftlliie use, above I ove-r I'ost ollico ilis,e,.,i, ... '" ""- " "us inoiiiin -Ml MOIll c. i,. nn, ,. I'. iMorse, ,., j), jj c Uion of the btlildili"-s Willis of I!o.st)1 and irot t'llivioi- , i --, lilies lor th,: tl, A. i., I'OSl Otlieo ti, t .i i , , " "I inesi! He .'USO ilskiul il . pal in a bid. but iw v.. ...... . 1 10 .. ",; l ".y agam fll " "''ii nice wiiero th, 'a' located. 1 ''-: All T. -.2 l ame $100. . ,; JV J'rencli. $C,.lH; Ii;;ode, ifiOO; Charles 1'ire, ,,l v..v... V...V'.,U'.ZJ-!I2; V.S coo. w. i ; ; i1;1:"' T,MH 'r eig,,t; "- his block ''"'I'orary walk T 1 " n,!Ui0 " w,.ii,,in..J.V.....',Ie.HUI,,1,'nn then .v..niiVB session iimKLIs LVHCll KOOM. folks" ill 1 ri ii ir 1 . i J F I' UllVf in .. SfWumn f ,1... 1. . . wiMJir l:ire tn f tin .i i . . annex that v. I., ,j . , ...l. m?m f the o h k X l 'e !". but every -..v,,., iii.t;jr iir ntinn i unny such action l . '"m . " wno t,!el at tho pub 1 ' n, woyoaw. Saidawell- .....,. Ui J)arrU kicker: mo me eny ami we will bo w d L r lZ 01 ,"!'r';ton, Mass . 'J swanowed up bv the hungry politicians nml i. i . 1 ... ,e. (ire.-nnr- . , . ' 'M'ari 01 hv ,n . i. . U JUU 00 was followed J ,:! . X OS. .11111 wn c lim. 1 .1 1 In n,r .,11 ,l. ' . """i UilVO in u nixes ior oiii-inii:., .i slrnntH . 1 me itlllllllic IllO linii.i the nnrt ..:.. ""Proving i ', ;'io' a euy nail and how er s secretary nm-nn,i u..,. x ... . , . itiii i was umeiia ble to COlltr blltnrv .,nr,li ' ""-11.1 having manipulated 1 12 1, 2 , " " m such n manner , f " Z. .1.LL"rus liberty for him in evwy por visited, from which f,yp0 . Wo llad lent donortmont ' ' t.nr?: him. HnWn.. ""u "'"" pwindcd : uu "Peculations -prp pottv unnnv.nioQ t . cu cuo ul utiuL' iorced tn n,i mister to our individual wants tho space of three davs iutr .,, , . frequent criticisms on tl " r."r t rf P commanding offlcer A Jo of inspection. wR ..h ' ?.r )t"ids lieved to h. " "; "u" u J1"lu re- he had Z: ?. rcranou,,co that i. C03ILC ! fill' fllll Ol tor Man- Woinle inclii :i- :illillrr Alligai,, .- Ill, Ills C'OJIlXf TO iAIlKK ON SATURDAY, m 28, 1898. AT HALL & HAYFORD'S. I'Vnlin all soKsof Mil l"wy always cany a Full I inp nf n. 1 uuuus At Reasonable Prices. ' Min St. . MEAD'S Popular Resta Montpelier & Wells River R, R, TIME-TABLir D uud afti-r Miinri,., v .. . . run aa fl,JU , ',;,H,l B '(.; - - 8UBUIli.A i'KAI.V SKlivi, , l.eave Barr,. : 7-10, lo.eiu p.m. Arrive at Moiiiii, l:..r - , 20,4.27, i.4u 7.3u. .,, LeaVR ynnin..!,... .. . 1.00,3.30, 4.6U, .3(l .:iM . Arrive at Hunt', rt.no, . 3-50. S.12, 6.6,1, H.,i(, ,, Seiburliaa r-ervin- ib Mi!,i cation from the i,,,,,),. ,, time, or luin-r n,.rvic-i. wit fri'd. 11 toiins will , between Monrpeiier an.l li' id wiUHtop iv pi,,,.,, i, videel the pluee i k, TRAINS 7.30 A. M 'an In i ut us worse off no nad secured another mem nni.V, the .settlement on shorn. t t n".frw'1 a native islander who ha l b ' " S wended for tho billnf , .b"U r.oco,- cal missionaries. ' " vl tUu Io' or less mi.igiv Florid ii eels A ing I gOI'i much would we have a" eh; it? Xo mce to enjoy '"iidny, an, poslollioe; will . . II Km,... .11 . . tho l!,.,l s, ' , ,.",!" proprietor of davi ," ;r "?,;, KhVn 1" "V-'ry Sun- , . ,,; , jiione nv : eh efcpn at,..., Illesdav an.l U'.i ' ' . . h?" sttw . ti """iraimv: lisn fhnti.iiiiM "lursiinv: (miI..,ii., t-",. '!.-!. r niijiv . iifi,i.M.. V 1 "uiiieii" htewa, clam Neiil )o. ill hoi hall this , 'OW 1,(11 ir,, v I will hold nn i.iii, .,.i.,; . ' , ' 111 i evening at 8Vloek- i""i. uiiiiic will ue l'ciidoK i niusic and reeilations. Jones will gV(i u f-liort, , nrinciiinl f.,i...... .. bo ih7 r Z v ' ,n. will . (i. T k. tt r. A literary consist i n it lii'V. illlie K. uldress. 'ij,,, sitnv Ut.... 1. . - '.o. iNiiurilav. Ovster idiri-.l i ...i' . . wJBlt-r til hours refi'eslin .... U1,L'C ""d other "' i i eel at 11 XW lot of Sweet P.... t i - nil. IHJL U'MIli) wtr. I. , i ' J ItLllIlltVM lit ,lilirlil.,.u. fit ow,hegre,dym;doh:Z nusu our munitions we city lUgH US tO the llnirnl,l-. ... Quisition, hut under the circ mZT, wero readv tn fnrn, r'i'" uy ouo in ti, -".u. ul au accenaant, so th-t ,i, any he appeal tl fe."" terea upon the discharge of 1, , . no disparaging common I 11 'lu,los coming. "luu lurth- His tiamo, in ttCr.nrrin I customs of his people wTn " one appellation. Wan, ... t0 lM'"' wavin nonnced in hi ' ,T.u,t. pro-1 dc. n,,,, ' "traneely nlea " lve I . turn. 7 - n VU IMM fiini t i .... "fpearanco no was a strikiuMr !' , some fellow. thB ,i,"lnfiV hand- frame accent,, ,s.WuJ1 HO! tj , thou claim that to allow the did nhvsinm, ".00.nb' l"Pleu. fellow, theennmi ,;'U'7.J proportioned frnmo ul uls Well regular ve-lloiis ,-,.i , "Xll,y, h Florid,, s,.., ' ." ,r"l'i-al 1'alaee r,-,,,,, ,. , 1 " 1 a roll euus will, i. . (l1 'lowers "'"Pioal ..xhihin-, , : :.'lmi!'11,l"" nn, ale, won,!e,r,,l ' , 1,1 mul vell.ius in varici , , in,.,- " teui-i.Ms, ini-illi ',' """"ralinir h: the advm.i'L: I'I'eclive ?' 5,11,1 Bunny ,md T ,'e8',",'rei liiwino'r:, lpP'fl fruit. to lan, wavino. "B',cr,,"l i IJVe -MIX,) Till.- A I '"-irons II mil!). "i'taors, I-I.I(1AT()I new livery niem- sueh a publir His ,. Ir. . . 111(3 " VUVMiqno. tOOflthn .. , l,u-T ",storil) htirg would disposition, wenftw V "T '1,s "'"i'.ble ! j.wui move ior tlln rwimil,, .1 .... n.h 1.:.'. ... '"'vurti village unless they Secur,V7 n,, 'luarantee from the cite f,.ii, " nc topic of local ,,....., ... "'"J fro.,, , ... ...i.i.. . , tiiKen '"" "'"iu unn!r last n iir ,e. .. uii ir , n ini,kit,.i;. . ,. . O "IMlHIH UI u . ui puruneiit Duildino-. j er oi me to li It f:iV.r...1 edihee, ,,ml were ready lo deposit a few Pennies in tho hat for ,l. ' , .f',,V if- Just then Chief ilowlan, a, ed and cried ..(Jot 0t of that lot a, d ine liiioiiograph told no ,i. Sang must have started out m i 'i Z .v, ,l Ali J he J.N.sm-TuK lent W'OOI ins cotiservitn,.,, " onderlan !LU," " Ilces. a " tl li Ul It. lA 1M . at a COSt, ol'SOO im u'Mt l-eniarkiil.,., mint l i "r on "ii the It trop. tda 's the I . ".l (Ml ii,b.. nas been i , wl"tT font . inside ,,.', lllU mo'-C People nsto his uusonhi,,,. V., ' '0"nli,,.. M"'"Ple Iron, ,,, , W more t hil'ii ni'iin.. . .. "iiiMiui ti inaelaptability to tlntIi,H f " J""' V, "mlt ll luVtorv Crtr - linin i III" lini..!.. n . J I i 1 I I I'r 1 1 1 . 1 . . i 111 it 1 . . . 'n' urant 1 N. Main Street. found 12 30 P M Meats s,.,-v,-d Wo al: al All Hour so carru o ..n i. FSfiii '-""me of "ccOandClCARS. -T ' Counter. .. .- "iii- iir to- ,11 inv.io... .. ",' w.'iiw ex 11 1.1 It., EAST a: St . e.o). Conne rl al W.-ll, I eoniiiHHiiuj, n l r ii Mail mul K.re I r tilt I'ilHfellllllHiL- 1 1 i. ev .Maine II, l. ,r ., vice fmiii W,.; i.-., i)uth or Wliii,. ij.. . . HoHtoii. anil e in ;.. . pfieiiili-W i,.. .s, .., -i I II 11. nl, .1 4.,i ,, ((rami i.Vntrnl i,. Throuuh .mir,.. i P iili 11,11. S,ij. ,- ;aliii,it tietw,., ,, i I'lilOaliH, an i nu. . f. M. t lililnciH tiain fr I'uiiiaii.i ,, I'-e ..-I, . . ii.ii t,i!)i : . "lit Ml. iifliiiu:,,, , mil o ,-m . m, i Iiivi-r w iih i. i ,. over l'11-ii.iiiin..Ki,. j .. . , rfirlr ..! km -- U'llll l'a.-ilil- 1,'ailu r. tUfbrc, flii.-au.. .... - 1 'OHBt. 'riireillri ,1 fi-Bl f fhii-air,, ,..; Siitnr.lay,. Ti. r , . 'lay eiv, I Smul.ij . pr.,.i I'l-uin auivi'. L, AlsoMilh -I.,.. Ijtliciwtrr, In;, ii. Heilin, liiov.-ii.il ,, l.iiilroad. ol,ll.-l-; in Weil. f- pr.-dB iiain ii, t , fer M.,luhnl nr. ; I,' 05 P.M. Unrton uud ,. , nioilatiiin tniin l'i t(-l-ll ell- fiv,., HiviT.luiuii,,,,. .l.u train niiriii uvit Wh l'ivlnlon fi.rl.l.ti.m.i ,:-It-hfin Mret, I'rmii.. i Mountain, Fal.an i F. W kt v- t 't' ' '!,'t!''i)i . HAM AN. i,.,.ra At,,.,. " wi'lle'ral liana. iiiiperfi "'('"lid ,. ,.. ""IT III. '"'lii'll of fl'Dln carele -in j. j ill Cl -- ii, .l rH wnv ii ,l" h II i llf'I'w Mil lH-aI treatineitor i ""a-u lining 'V Pi"", dis,.;,s "7, .k. ' finale w..". '"- ".V mis: ikk&AJ . mm EXPERIENCE V v V v v progressed it bonnnJ . i . - r Joan would nuver m cess us a mes-s Ktrihi nnuaturallv for n . in harmony with tl leatures of Jifa mi ul the meiiinl requiieu auii na would have Willi vastly crpnr.nr.fl., Virlni.f .1. .. .' . a brii : ; " P"hts lVl.., ' ".y "'" and "ti.'l Ml .... . . ' t.. ,i MU,,JJ. Wltu .K.I " 'fl'i'dard th uls of i. our nnest Choe-obil,. "'1 'W at J,. M. Averiir.. s yet, they IU (ll0 "anticul mn win. his mi Ei'i'sclf n " --v. ri-iiiii i n r oi a marline spike or ilervt,,,. .. ,.,uu ui to the accont..r..w.. . ""'"'"utth inossroom. um'? Our stay at A . r ii iNnfinn,. nriof, and less than fn,.", , ,uu Was I rceior ns aKain under wa ti , ut ns again under way. lion,,,. ' "I.lumi'l 1 , 1UI 'bo lla Th, " from ot n.s lelniv I) t't ... .. . ' "l,i MU , u,,li '!' world eve, ' " ' cents, c i ( ,-., i , , -"""ii ii'ioe ,., ?,rTOI:"-'iene,-,, Webb, l xP""io... ,, " '"'Ih-Troiii,,,, uulrtoiv;,,, ' !".'"la Co,,, a. and I "iiimb mu l.'v, '.?"""t the Vrm.i,i. IVonio.,. ' '""'"ii a,l 7, ? "Hiii I'., . . "' (li- ii Hi ( ,,f K in (i e wecli... ' "us- "lean, , "!"' . 'IV V Wuml, '"! ''e..T.-,. , 1 '""asilv vo , , ' ijy k'diicvnn. . i?l,ll,,"'nt or f,,r twentv 'N ti-i.i.nii,. ' "'"lib e. '- ,, ",". ,"i'lleilte. lioot. II ' 'I'tnr l.r. , ,'.U. "'.'''I and the ?""mN. :.h,V'",J-. iuiiI 'n rl Swamp. j 1, 1 , ; i, yon nt-H ,. ... ' reincely mi, i "u 1 '(' . A . .i ' " '.'icdiciiie' v...", i .'".-KISIN (if,. .. . . iia i. it i : mid . vt of anil in,,. "I"'" re,.,. "!' ''(.Iir , lM.fr. M. ' '"'eeiit st,,,:,." Trade Marks Designs ...... ,. VUrTKIliM I 9 Ctv. nron Trf ?,er'"!'K' C'," "''I'""" frw " tloiMMrM lEi5hly iwitontulilp. (Min... Pain?; 'H'1J re.ti-.v fors.-i unnK- l'-c yjvu norict, without clmrco, iu th.- Scientific Jiiticriaii. muwrli & Co.36,B"""ay. New York " "co. 625 F St,. Wanhiil-f? " lie" t. IJ I. wl...... ' iK . tl) i-nv ...... " iiikit . .1 I ' I I 1 1 1 t'lul . ' ICII. !.. . y iui in,,, '." till, , , "l"'"'""!!, N ' "I 1 1. k.1 '": Ituie,, "ii , r.. ..- l . Tim Mention Jour '''it'tllis oiler, muiraiitee ' In ( ,. ..I . '"' Wheel. ''air, i.-i , SaWayMo.,da,,May28, r fain-l Drank U 5 n t L 'i. .10 T 'in,. f :ib uvt'i huei of ;, i? a cvrrv n... I A S,)re ' 1- STATION 'O 11 p lain la It Is t'l.lj 1 tl-.,n .... . I. , ..."""wion,,, . rou..n. ."..","l It ra..u. i : " ' " (inn. i.. . - "o ""'IU6. BnC . -I-"Hli ' '" ana i Co 1 Q'lie-k . i ' d - ' " ' i re in on., ,.!..,:..:. . " n eet ,.,, ...... I I I I " music run roe Inlin,,. i... ..... to Utiv at I.. M A .... " ' " - -' 1 1 Jillii-.. S ft 1 .... ... ' 'i.-v. J'.iiiii 1. " " rt.t-l s- I Ti il IIM r , . wi rtji m. . A ""lemrvPk. form.. .."... """"lie ileirattil) IIIB MM yon M3m Al.n. .. c. winrf IMMBirw, - -- T : 1 - ' .-'". " - - .-" " ' I wlTvr.. -a ".Mmeyp.... ' . - . ' w"y-l- ,1 turo for C -T'OSIZi. P T"""'.l... I-,' ArWf..i.(.. . . uJV-."YAPa Permanently cor.-d . i - ""Wttnua and mvipor.itms: tr treabrTrr! . Siven crotlv. No " Ir ""UBCnt" Scheme. For ,..rll,r .I' -Btrictt'st ivunJiit. J 41 P... ?' A- al!NN. M-I.. ' 2 Street. New Vork City. CASTOR I A Tfc mnta Children. me Kind You Have Always Bought I. f". Bears tho "uro of UgLjJ&fiZttt,