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TIIE VERMONT PI1GENIX, BRATT L EBOllO, FLUDAY, MAY 22, 1903.
3 N THE LOCAL FIELD. NORTHFIELD, MASS. Mcmorlal Day Program. inllnwlng progrnm 1ms hee.ii ni-. ittr Momorlnl dav: Hnmlnv !', i,. A. 11. wlll nssomblc at Sons of . ler.ms liiill at S.30 aml innrcli to tho .ilinlic clnirch ln tlmo for servlce nt 0 .. k Suudiiy nfternoon they wlll nt l Mcmorlal services nt Vernon. Mny dcmorial day, ussomblo at S. of V at !..:o o'clock. Llne formcd nt 10 i k tn thc follnwlng orilor: Hinsdale Ivuul, Sons of Votcrans, O. A. U man'n Hellcf corps. lndles' nld sodntO' . li tci tho cemetory, whero grnves wlll lrcoratcd aml service for tho unknown .i.i rciuiercu iiy uie woman's Helief llcturn to S. of V. liall, where rur wlll bo served nt 12 o'clock. Llno . ...imid at l.iin o'clock aml marcli to wn hall for memorlnl services, conslst l ..I u-uinl O. A. 11. service. followed by ilurrn m exerel.-es and nn nddress by Pr-'f. Jamcs McConnughy of Mt. llermon w w.is born and lived on the IIdUI of -. iivMnirg, and wns there nt tho tlmo thf greut battlo, belng ten venrs of . l. . Singlng of Amerlca by the nudlenco w.ll rlosc tlio exerclses. Rev. N. Fay Smith Accepts Call. Thc Trlnltarlan Congrogntionnl church, wn.tn iias uecn wlthout n regulnr pnstor ..i.i. uiv ivbiiiuuoii oi itcv. Dr. C T ...!. 1.1 I. fnv . ' l or.clfd a call to Ilov. X. Fny Smith to be- n uiu ncung pnstor for a vcnr. I'rof ';-..rp Adnm Smith of Glns'gow, Scot who occupied the pnlplt last Sundav i .iu .ur, orauii s letter of ncceptnnce. ni- m noi mne up tno work untll Au- E.t i, as no wm l.c engnged ln hls wctk on uie .Mount llermon school fne ulty durlng tlio noxt two months.. Mr. Srnlth wns born ln Iloynlton, Vt., ln 1SM, n in iinyiionvllle, Mass., where hls pnrents moved soon after- wnrti. tie graduated from tho Chicngo uiuie insuuuo m 1S31. and hns slnco t tn engnged ln dlffcrent departments of ine -Muony worK. .Mrs. j. u. ueatnerhond of Vernon 1s tne cucst of lier dnughter, Mrs. N. P. woou. The Erookford male riuartet of Boston will plvc the last numbcr of the North- flcld free lecture courso next Thursilay eveiung in tne town hall. The (tuartet consists or itouert c. Jlartln, flrst tonor, J. Meredlth. second tenor, Ilerbert D. Bard, barltono and humorlst, and W. K. Howlnnd, bass. The slngors nre hlghly reconunended, and tho commlttee ftel sure the entertninment wlll be of a hlgl rder of merlt. The body of ISllzabeth C.illender, the uung daughter of Mrs. Eva Stebbins Callender of IIUl, N. II., was brought here for burial on Jlonday of thls week, a s-hort burial service being held at the grave, Rev. Mr. Chafer ofllclatlng. The chlld was L'U nionths old and met Its death by drownlng In a stono clstern near tho house. She was a bcautlful chlld and the only daughter ln a famlly of llve clill- dren. Much sympathy ls felt for the mother who has many frlends here. The grave was llncd wlth evergreen and blossoms and cverythlng possible done to llghten the gloom for her. A poem wrltten by a frlend was rcad as a part of the service. One of Xorthtleld's hlstorlc and nicot valued landmarks has fallen a vlctim to the ilames. About midnight on Monday tho Fleld house on Maln street was dls covered on fire at the extreme rear of the out-buildlngs connected wlth the house. There belng no equlpment to flght flro nothing was done to exting uish the flames, but the hook and lndder comnnny did good work on the near-by roofs. probably savlng the buildlngs. The house was unoccupled, but eontalnetl same valuable personal property belong ing to Mlss Fanny Fleld.- The other household furnlture had been removed verv recently. Mlss Augusta Fleld dled there in March and for about slx weeks the houso had been closed except ns the famllv vislted it in the day time. Xo TinsslhlB clue ls had of the origin of the tire, although mnny thlnk It is the wnrk of an lncendlary, The house was inCnr..ii fnr $4(hX) and furnlture for iWO. Thn whnle town mourns the loss of thls house to the street, ns it was one of the handsomest, about 100 years old, and had been the home of some flrst famllles ..f the town. The house was bullt by Timothy Dutton early in the 19th cen tury and was later sold to the Fleld fam ily, who moveu nere irom nusiuu. ASHUELOT, N. H. Mlss Edith Coollgan and Mr. Ilcnnesey of Manchester aro vlslting at A. W. Cool lgan' s. Mlss Bcssie Stetson entertalned Charles A. Whitney of Xew Haven, Conn., part -j1 last wcek. Ilugh Sherldan has had severnl Ditz keroseno lights placed on the streets at Vpper Ashuelot. P. O. Plnning of riymouth, Mass., has Cttv Solicitor of Lowell What He Savs In He Says Peptiron. The New Iron and Pepsin Tonic, Restor- ing Health and Strength to Men, Women and Children. Tho City Solicitor of Lowell, Altiss., Francis W. Qun, Esquirc, cxproseg hiinsolf concerniii"; Feiitiron in u way that ehonhl coiivince everybody of the sterliiifr inerits of tliis new preparation which is doin"; so much trooil in curing palcncss, ncrvousness, weaknef-s, iiuli geEtion, d'6pepsia and sleeplessness IIo says: " My own cxpcricnce with Peptiron lias been 60 satisfactory it L'ives mo nleasure to recoininend this exeellcnt preparation to persons whoso Eyetems need toninjr and invigorating. ' It has dono mo a preat dcal of good, making mo feel hetter in every wav. "I am suro it will substantiato every claim that is mado for it." Your System Necds toning and invigorating, it you aro pale, wcak, iici-vous, sunering from indigestion, dyspepsia or sleep lessness, if you aro ovcrworkcd, men tally or physically, and run-down, do what maiiy others aro doing, tako Peptiron, and it will do you a "great deal of good, making you feel hetter in every way," as it has dono Mr. Qua and all others that havo taken it. It will put iron into your blood, strength into your nerves, mako you look het ter, cat hetter, sleep hetter. Peptiron Is mado In two fornis: ln n llquld an nromntlc cordlal cllxlr at $1 per hottle, alo ln chocolato-coated pllls nt 50c. or St per box, lly P. I. HOOI) CO proprietors Hooil's Sarbaparllla. Lowell, Mass., L. S, A. Selllng Agent ln Brattlehoro: GEO. E. QREENE, 63 Maln 8L suocecded D. A. Shcn ns oversccr dresslng nt the Shcridnn mlll. of W nrher 1'. Dnlly's fnmlly linve movcd ' tno iionry Stotson fnrm, whcro "iv.v nnvc nveu tlio past two Uruoklyn, N. Y. yoars, to Georgo It. Folzer has becn nppolnled nssistnnt stntlon ngont nt tho Chnrlcs town rnllrond stntlon, whcro he has becn the past three wceks. ino rendlng rooniR nro rlner..! fM wceks whllo tho the Jllsscs Bnll of WnruinU ,.,i"'' here and gettlng settled. .Mi.s Julla E. Fclcb, Knthcrlnn V. i-n. roy and Jennle A. M. onnii ln locnl ftchoolo. ntten.ir.il tho' Institute nt Keene Monday. ino new llcen?p lnw u-hinrt t, luloptcd Tuesdny, the llth. took effeni tho 39th, and no linmirs rnn l mi.t u lcgally untll llcene nre granted, whlcli wlll probably be next woek. Hvn Johnson, wlfe nf H illed at her home, the resldonce of tho late Tnft Smith, .May sth, nt tho nge of 1S years, after a fcw weeks 111nes wlth tinenila. She a tho vouncrgd .inui,. ter ot Jerome Johnson of Greontleld, Mnss. Sho wns iK.rn ln Grecnfleld nnd educnted ln the publlc schools. She wns a young woman ot nno ctinracter, nnd of preposfeHFlng npponratice. Sho had a soprnno volce nf mneh sweetnoss, and mndc frlendw enslly. The funernl wns held ut her fathor hnnn nt firson. neld"Monda. the 11th, nnd tho burlnl wns ln Green Rlver cemctery beslde her mother, who dlel when Mrs. Smith wn bi,t two years old, nnd n sl!ter who dled two years ni?o. Btsldcn her husband nnd bnby toy sho lenvc-s a fnther. onc slster nnd three brothers. one of whom i In llonolulu. WHITINGHAM. Mrs. Cnrollne Chase is visitlne ai A Chase's. V. . Follett of Hartwellvllle was In town Tuesday. Mlss Ethel Xewtll Is at home from her ' Wilmington school. lll with measles. Watson llicks of Xorth Adnms Is vls- iting his grandmother. Mrs. Izanna Fowl er. : .Mlss Luln iioyd nnd Catherlne Pike ' spent Saturdny nnd Sunday nt C. S. I Chnse's. ' 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilenry Blnnehnrd snont ! Sundny wlth Mr. Blnnchard's slster. Mrs. I Frnnk Talnler. Mnry Eldrldge ent to her home ln ! Shelburne Fnlls Fridny aftornoon, re- i liirning Saturdny. Mrs. Alma Tnylor of Zonr, Mnss., vis lted at Mrs. S. A. 'VVheelor's from Wed- ' nesdny untll Sundny. i Kev. II. A. Xlchols rend his letter of reslgnntlon a pastor of tho Baptlst church last Sunday mornlng. The tenclier's meetlnc at the villnge schoolhouse last Saturday nfternoon was well attended. These meetings ought to be of grcat beneflt to the tenchcrs and they ought to tnke special pains to at- tend them. Mrs. S. A. Wheeler stnrtwl Monday afterniion for Buffalo, where sho wlll meet her oldest son, Iiwyer Georgo ilri!-KS f Milltr. S. D. After attend- ing the Baptlst convention to W held at Buffalo. she will proceed to Mlller for a vislt of several months. The comrades of H. O. Glllett post Grand Army. will hold thclr mcmorlal exerclses at Sadawga village thls ycar. llon. A. A. Butterlleld wlll bo presldent of the day. new Tt. A. Xlchols will deliver 'the addrtss. The publlc, all sol dlers. enllsted snilors nnd Sons of Vet- erans nre cordlally invited to attend. Commlttee on flowers, Mrs. H. A. Xlch ol. Mrs. Bessie Albce; on tables, Mrs. H. A. "Wheeler, Mrs. Sparks; on muslc, D. G. Tavlor, J. Bullard. The school chlldren are invitol to furnish ever green and llowers nnd have tho same at the church vestry Frlday aftcrnoon. May 29. Food is soliclted for the tables on the basket picnlc plnn nnd tea and coffce wlll be furnished by the post. Ladles are requested to brlng potted plants for church decoratlon. All tho school chlldren nre invited. trahsporta- tion belng furnished for those livlng at a dlstnnce who have no means of get- tlng here. It ls requested that two or three scholars from cach school prepare a recltation or a song ior ine uroisiun. The llne will be formed nt 10 o'clock shnrp and march to the cemctery, and after tne clecorating services nre pt-i- formed tho llne will reform nnu maren liack to the church nnd urenit rniiKs. Dlnner wlll be served at 12 o ciock. Services ln the church at i:jo p. m. CHESTER. Last Sunday momlng ovcr 30 of tho niemlers of Holy Cross commamiery, Knlghts Templar, from Bellows Fnlls, cnmc here by special train io aueim sei- vlces at tlie Congregationai cnurcn, iu commemoration of Ascension day. Itev. it,.nrv 1.. Unllou. the pastor. aiso preinic of the commandcry, preached the sormon. The church was beautltuiiy uecorait" wlth potted plants nnd cut tlowers. BRATTLEBORO MARKET REPORT- Oysters Out of the Market Eggs Two , Cents Lower Berries Better in Quallty Winter Wheat Gossip, Oysters have dropped out of the mar ket for the mimmer. The prlce oi eggv went down two cents yesteruay. Miraw- , berries are cotnlng In more freely. aro , of better (iiiality nnd are uropping in prn e. Hest berries brlng from H to Vj cenis. The contlnued hot wentner ts invoranie native asparagais nnu ls torcing u nlong flnely. It Is decldedly untavoramo to other products. in regani io wio wm ter wheat crop a Chlcago despatch says: An excessively wet spnng is nuoui au that prevc-nts consldemme iiamage irom dry weather nt thls time. So thoroughly sn'turated dld the ground becomo last month that It has supiuieu moisxmo longer than usual, ileiaying compiainis of damage. WHOLESALE. Potatoes 75 15 20021 15 , 1417 6501.00 44 SOfJl.OO , GfiWfc 5? 7 4Q5H Cheese Butter, (pound) Eggs Mnple Sugar Maple Syrup (gallon) Hldes Calfsklns, (each) .... Pork (llve) Beef, (dressea) Veal (llve) Chlckens "J? Fowls (dressed) " RETAIL. rintntnpn rneckl 23 Butter KS27, -Pirfrfi 15 Oysters (quart) Lobsters (pound) Molasses (gallon) 40 Sugar. (reflned) 6 Sugar, (Maple) S22 Salt, T, I (bushel) 55 Flour, (roller process, bbl.).... 4.2504.75 Flour, (patent) 5 Corn Q70 Corn, (northern) , 80 85 Meal (cwt.1 Tea, (Jnpnn, 1b.) 35 70 Ten, (Oolong) 80 Tea, (Young Hyson) 40 80 Bolled Oll, (gallon) jjj naw OU 65 Keroseno 14015 Hay (baled) S0$2O Wood. (cord) Mlxed Feed J'"' Bran 1.0001.20 Llnseed Oll Meal 1.6501.60 Provender lS1 ' Mlddllngs 1.1001.40 Rye Meal, (pound) 3 Oats, bu 60 Corrected Mny 15. HOW A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN ESCAPED SPRING CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RU-NA. Nothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Calarrk-- Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh. Ni MISS IIELEN JHss Ilelen AVhitmnn, ."MSJi Grand avenue, Mlhvaukee, WIs., wrltes: " There is nothing llkc Peruna for that tired fceting, which givcs you no hmbition for work or play. After a prolongcd iliness, about a ycar ago I felt unablc to regaln my health, but four bottles of Pe runa madc a wonderful change and restored nie to perfect health. As long as you keep your biood in good condltion you are all right, and Peruna sccms to fill the velns with pure, healthful blood. 1 thoroughly endorse it. Ilavo yon got nerves? Well, you oupht to liaro nerves. But they ou'lit to bo ntronp nerves, pood ncrvos. Does your hanrt trcmble? You nro livlng too fnst. Docs your hcart flutter at tlmcs? You had bcttcr call a h.ilt. Americans llve too fast. They crowd too much Into a single. day. They liavo too little lcl Eure. Tho hospltals and lnsano asylums are flllinp tip. The qulet, pastoral scones of yoro are becomlnp; rare. It's time that wo qult thls sortof business. How to Get Strong Nerves. First, repalr tlio lnjury already done to your nerves. Tho way to do this is to 1 The Jewish Massacres. A gre.it mass n' tevtlmnny m.ike.s lt certnln that atrocltles have been eom- i mitted ln tlie Itus.-lan prnvlnce of lles sarabla which are as terrlble and as r voltlng ns anythlng which w.is eir per pctrattd by the most frenzled f.in.itics in the Mlddle Ages. At Klshlneff. near tho Houmanlan rrontlor, the lmrmr reached tlielr cllniax. Jews of nll ages and of both sexes were n-t upon by mul". .Men were mnnsled, tnrtured, snwe.l tn pleces, nnd slnln with every rellnement of cruelt Women were outrnged and mutllnttd. Chlldren were tosed upnn pikes, dnthed to pleces or trnmpled Into pulp beneath tho boots of thelr murder ers. The dctalls are horrlble lH-yond ex presslon. Itellgious blgotry nnd inborii hatr'il of Jews by the ItusMnns are at the Ixittom of this outburst nf delllsh fury. The Jews have leen forbl.lden to defend ihcmsilves and It Is expcted that thls step wlll increase Jewish emlgr.itlon to Amerlca. Samuel H. Prultt, n Mormon, hns been convlcted of polygamy at Salt l.nV;e(lty nnd sentejiced to three, yonrs ln the pen ltentinry nnd to pn' n Pi tlne. Thls con vlctlon ls the llrst for many years. Twenty thousand workers nnd chlldren i paraded at Ilomestead, ra.. last taiur ' day in honor of Chas. M. Schwnb and the ! free industrial school which he has founded there. Xone forgot thnt the presldent ot the I'nlted Stntes Steel eom pnny a few years ago was a wage i wnrki-r at Ilomestend. I The worst 'feature of the sltuntlon H that thero nppears to be no dnubt that tho governmcnt autliorltles of the prov 1 ince were knowlng in advance to tlie out 1 rages nnd approved aml upheld them. IN BRATTLEBORO Every Claim is Backed by Local Testimony. If the reader wants stronger proof than the following statcment and experience of a resident of Brattleboro, what can it be? Joseph E. Jones, fnrmer. between II liamsvllle village and Xewfane, three and a half miles from Brattleboro, says: "To a man engagcd ln my calllng a good sound back ls lndlspei..-nble, but when thnt part of hls ana'ony Is weak and Is subject to attacks of nching partlcularly if he contracts cold or overexerts him self he Is on such occaslons ln abjcct mlsery. When the attacks were at their helght I notlced thls weakness and ach tng every mornlng nnd for an hour or two after I arose, and even when up and walklng around for any length of tlmo the soreness was very apparent, When a man cannot stoop or bend wlthout ln currlng shnrp twlnges, when ho has spells of dlzzlness In sptte of all the medlclne ho uses to rcmove these an noyances, and that man at last buys at George E. Greene's drug store Doan's Kldney Pllls and takes a courso of tha treatment which stops the almost con tlnual achlng1 and removes other nnnoy nnces due to elther wcakened or cx clted kldneys he ls only too pleased to recommend the preparation. I certalnly endorse Doan's Kldnoy Pllls." For sale by all dealers, Prlce 60 cents Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for the Unlted States, Remember the namo Doan's and take no substltute. Doan's Kldney Pllls are for sale by Georgo E. Greene, drugglst, C3 Maln St, 1YHITMAN. t 1 MISS HELEN WHITMAN. do exactly as dld MntHo U. Curtl?, Seo" retnryof Lcc;lonof Ixiyal 'Wotncn,IIotcl Salem, Ilogton, Mass. Slio sald ln a re cent letter: " I suflercd for ovcr a ycar with general weakncssand dcblllty man ifestodin sovcrolicadaclii'and backaehe. I took four bottles of I'crunn, and for two nionths liavo been cntlrely Xrce from theso maladlcs." Nervous Prostration. Thousands of casea inlplit bo qnoted In which I'eruna has been used to resouo peoplo from tho perdltlon of deraned nerves, nnd put them on the pond, Klid foundatiou of liealtb. Tho Couuty Aud- IN OUR OWN STATE. Charles II. Vnughn. S!. rir.ent.itlvi. from l'omfret in the 1. gislutur of l.'.,. died Monday. lie wns a country mer-.-haiit and postmaster. There is e.cltoment in Orwell licCHUse of the frtiiuent appenr.ince there of a l.irge paittlier. uhlch h.is killml llve stock and seeniR to lle near tho village. A. J. Stephens, 10. of Harre, of the iirm of MncMlllan ,t Sli-phens, on.i of the bi.t knnwn granite mnnufucturers In that city, dled suddenly last week. .Mrs. Amhrou Grow of Bristol cum mlittMl siilcide Tuesday Iiy hanging. Her body was found by a nelghbor ln couie of half an hour Insanily due to poor health wu the cause. TITe hnndsome new soldlers' Mcmorlal bullding at Stowe wlll be dcdlcntcd dur lim old Home wcek. llon. Li-Mle M. Shaw, secretary of the treasury, wlll be the orator fnr the occaslon, Xegotlatlons aro sald to be on for the sale of the Pavlllon llntel nt Montpelier to its mnnagi'r, J. K. lt.iiley, and A. C. Blanchard. Tho prlce asked for the property is sald to be JOO.OeO. E. 11. Clcveland of Frunklln. who illed Sunda lnornlng In his Slst year, was a long-tlme uuil hlghly respeeted resident of that town. He had served as asslstant judge of the Franklin county court, nnd had held other olllccs. Whllo A. I. Morso of Duxbury was at work on an edglng saw lutl week be ac cidcntally dropped his wrlst upon the saw, as he wns leanlng ovor lt, and the bone was completcly severed, but the arm wlll bo saved from nmputntlon. Capt. 1'. D. lllodgett, who dled In Bur lington last Fiiduy, was a native ot It.ui dolph. Ho hnd a notnble w..r record ,iad hnd iK'en depnrtnient eommander oi she Grand Army of Vermont. He wus i i ; i-surniH-e agent ln St. Johnnbury Iror.i l to l:i. Tne farm buildlngs of Frank Xlchols. north it Barro City, wtre burned S.itur d.iy nnjht. Mrs. Xlchols hns i-onfisi-ed iliat she sot tho llre in tho hay mow be cui:.e her husband reluseil to give iitr 1-. i tn speiul. She hns been declared insane nnd sent to the Waterbuo as -lum. Durlng Presldent Itoosevclt's vislt to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado In Arizona a company of young Vermonters resident there, nmong whom was James M. Gouldlng of Proctor, son of Col. J. II. Goulding ot Wilmington, had the pleas ure of entertnlnlng tho Presldent nt lunch, nnd of showlng hlm tho most won derful part of the Canyon, The Rov. Dr. Davld X. Beach, actlnt, pastor of tho North Congregational church nt St. Johnsbury, formerly of Cambridge, Mass., has been elected presl dent and professor of homelltlcs of Ban gor, Mnlne, Theologlcal Semlnary. It wlll bo recalled that Mr. Beach gave a Sunday evenlng address ln Brattleboro at tho Audltorlum durlng tho cnmpalgn agalnst the adoptlon of the llcense law. The lOSth annunl meetlng of the Con gregational Convention of Vermont wlll be lield ln the College street church, Burlington, June 9 to 11. The Vermont Domestlc Mlsslonary soclety and the Women's Home Mlsslonary unlon will hold thelr annual meetlng at the Bame time and plnce. A programmo ofmarked excellence has been prepared, The gen eral thcmo ls " Tho work of Chrlstlnn Evangellsm by the Congregational Churches of Vermont." Itev. Dr, C. H. Merrill of St. Johnsbury wlll preside. Tlnlvcrsallst mlnlster In Vermont, Itev, George Bailey, dltd last week in Snringtleld at the ago of 87. Mr. Balley had held soveral pas- torates in thls etnto and ln xew iiamp d hnd been nrominently connect ed witli educatlonal matters. Slnco 1S70 v,o i,n,i livp,l ln Snrlncflcld. wlthout a rhnri-p. but had ofllclated nt many funo- mis nn.i --edilliics. Ilo represented the town of Morrisville twlce ln the Ver mont leglslature, and the town of Leba non twlce In tho New Hnmpshire. legls. laturc. Itor of Krlo county, Xow Yorlt, ITon. John W. Xeff, ln a reccnt letter wrltten at lluffalo, Xew York, Htatcd: "I was pornuadod liy a frlend to try a bottlo of your :reat jiervo tonlc, I'eruna, nnd tlio results were so ftratifylnt; that I am inorc llinn jilc,niP(l to rccommend it." A Sprlng Tonic. Almost everybody needs a tonlc In tho pprlnc Roinethlns to braco tlio nerves, Invlporatu tlio brnlti and clcanso thu blood. That I'eruna wlll do thls ls bc yond nll ijuestloii. Kver.yono who has tried 11 has had tho samu oxpcrlcnco as Mrs. 1). W. Timherlake, of Lynchburir, Va., wlio, In iv recent lotler, mado uso of tho fnllowinp; words: " I always tako a doo of 1'ertina nfter lutslness hours, as It Is a nrcat thlnp for tho nerves. Thero Is no betler sprlng t6iilc, aud 1 havo used about all of them." Catarrh ln Sprlng. Tho sprlnp; is the bost tlmo to trent cntarrii. Naturo rcnews herself ovory sprinj;. Tho systcm is rejuvonated by sprlng weather. Thls renders lncdlclnes moro cffcctlve. A short cour.o of I'e runa, nsisted by tho balmy alr of sprlnp;, will curo old, stubborn caes of catarrh that havo reslsted treatment for years. Kverylxxly should liavo a eopy of Pr. Ilnrtman'a latpst book on catarrh. Ad dress Tho I'eruna Medlcluu Co., Colum bus, Ohlo. Mrs. Iulti Larinor, Stoughton, WIs., Bays : " For two years I suffered wlth nerv ous troublu and stomach dlsorders untll ltsccmcd that thero was nothlnp; to mo but a bundlo of nerves. I waB vory irrltable, could not s 1 c o p , r o s t ;or compoia myself, and w a s certalnly unflt to tako caro of a household. I took nervc tonlcs nnd pllls wlthout loncflt. When I bepan taklnp; I'eruna I prew stcadily botter, mv nerves grow stronper, my rest was no loner flt fnl, and to-tiay I conslder myself In per fect health and strcnKth. My rccovery was slow but sure, but I pcrsevered nnd was rewardcd by perfect health." Mrs. Lulu I.anner. If you do not derivo prompt nnd satls factory results from the uso of I'eruna, wrlto atonco to Dr. llartman, givlns a full statcment of your caso nnd ho wlll bo pleascd to give yoifhls valuablo ad vlco prntls. Addrcss Dr. ITartman, Prosldont of Thu Hartmau Sanitarium, Columbus, O. New Ycrk's Automobile Law. The Xew York liglsluture has pnssed and f!uv. udell hns signed the most strin gnt lilll yet enacted for the regulatlon rr nutomobiles. The lilll Iimits the speed to , ight nilles nn hour ln closely-bullt portlons ot n city and to llftiHMi miles an huur on streets where tho houss llrP more than one hundred feel airt. A specii of twenty miles nn hour Is per mltted in a town or villnge, but an au tomobile shall not pnss a horse or other domestlc aniin.il or foot jKissengcr walk lng In the rnadway or cross an lntersec tion hlghway nt a grenter rute of speed than elght miles nn hour. A scho.)lhoue shall not be passed between S a. m and 4 p. m on days when school ls held. or a placc of publlc worship on the S.ibbath. durlng the service huiirs at a seed of more than ten miles nn hour. This l.iw, If enforced. wlll - take nll the pleasure out of llfe of n large class of rlch Xew Yorkers whosc chief occupatlnn is to run a big, henvv, noly cnr nlMiut the coun try at breakneck speed. Street Car Rioi in Bridgeport, Conn The Bridgeport, Conn., street car sys tem Is tied up by a strlke, and last Sun day there was a serlous rlot, when the comp.iny tried to run its cars with non umon men. A great crowd of striko s. mpathlzers tllled tho strocts. and stoned the enrs. The excltement wus greatb lncreased by tlie nctlon of Mayor .Mulvlhlll, the plumber and unlon lalMir leader, recently elected to tho mayoralty. who pushed hls way throiigh tho crowd and Interfered wlth two deputy shcrlffs who were trylng to arrest ono of the riot ers. The sherin publicly announced thnt herenfter the mayor must keep hls linnds uft the work of hls depnrtnient. and an lndignation meetlng of citlzcn was held to protest agalnst the mayor's actlon. l-'lftei-n pcople were Injured ln tl.t ririt on Sunday, and the mayor hlm ..;i w n : i i the heid by .1 stoiu-. Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kldney trouble preys upon the mind, dls courages and lessens ambitlon; beauty, vigor and cheerlulness soon disappear when the kld neys are out o( order or diseased. Kldney trouble has become so prevalent that lt is notuncommon for a chlld to be born afflicted with weak kld neys. K the chlld urln ates too often, If the urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to comrol the passage, It ls yet afflicted with bed-wettlng, depend upon lt, the cause of the dlfficulty is kldney trouble, and the flrst step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condltion of the kldneys and bladder and not to a habtt as most people suppose. Vomen as well as men are made mis erable with kldney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immedlate effect oi Swamp-Root is soon realized. It ls sold by drugglsts, in fifty cent and one dollar slzes. You may have a sample bottle by mall free, aiso pamphlet tell- nomo ot Bwamp-itoot. Ing all about It, including many of the thousands of testtmonial letters recelved from sufferers cured. In wrltlng Dr. Kllmet 8c Co Blnghamton, N. Y be sure and mentlon thls paper. Don't make any mtstake, but remem ber the name, Swamp-Hoot, Dr, Kll mer'a Swamp-Root, and the address, Blnghamton, N, T., on every bottle. Mrs. Lulu Larmer. 2:cnnt lUiticcs. XX Tlir. DISTItlCT COl ltT of tlie fnited Stute. Inr tlie I)ltrlct nf Vermont. I) tlie n ntter nf i A..1. MIJASV, In llanUiuptiy. Il.iukiiiit. i Xntlce l heieliy ulven that Aildivw J. Meiiny biinkiiiit. ha tllcd lil petltlon dnted Mny .1th. IIHd. iniiyunr for n ili'i-linrirc from mII lndebts ln lmnkrilitey. nnd tliat all ciedltni-s Hlid Dtlii't- lieixili nbjcctlntr tnsnlil dlM'linrifC inny nttend bernietlie uinlerliriicd llcrciee, nt the nUlienf II. 11. Itjder, In llcllnMs I'mIN. lll Mild I)ltilct.nntlictitli ilii nr.lune. A. 1). I'.ntl. nt 1 o'i'liH'k p. M.. nnil tlien aml theie prctent tliclr nb,let tlnn. If nny, tnjin li dNeluiricu, wlth tlielr pinnfn tlieienn. I I'. 11. I',. STOWI!. Itefntc ln ll.inliiuptiy. tinted tlu 1.1th dny of Mn. A. I). llntl. TN Tlli: IIISTIIKT CtiritTof the I'nlted X Stnti Inr tlie l)Mit t r Veininnt. lu tlie tiiHtiernf i .1. WT.I.I.s rA(XW()IITII -ln Ilnnkruptey. t- lliillkni.. Tn tlie (iedllninr .1, Well rninwnrtli nf llni l,liit!liiini. in tlie enunty or Windham nnd IMtllct nrnienlcl. n liHtikiupt. Nnlhe l lieiebv irifti thnt nn the 1 Ith din nf Mity. A. I). (il. ihc .1. Well Enrn- wnith wim .lul) ndjii.llc iited n bniiknipt : and I tlnit tlie tli.t iiieclliiL'nf ln eieclltnr wlll U' lield nt II. I). Hydrr'n nllli e. in llellnwn I'ulN. t.. nn t. (ith dny ir .luiie. A. II. 11KEI. nt 1 . nclnck In tlie nltenini.n. nt whli li tlmo the 'iilil ei.clltnr imiy attciiil. pime tlielr elnliii. I iippnint n tiiitcc. eMimlne tlie l.imkniit. nnd tniniiet iu li iitlnT biilne mnv prnrcrlv Miinie K.iniesild iiic(.it-. I H. i:. STitWi:. Itelc teein llnnkniptcy. TN Tlli: lllTIIKT Cni HT nf the riuted lMnte. Inr tlie l)ltii, t .. Vermont. In tlie ninttcrnr i I IIAXM.I I,. 1'iniK T.'-In ll.mki tite) . Ilnukruiit. N' ti. i. i heiebj uivc-ii thnt rranklin I.. 1'iertf bHiiknipt. Im tlle.1 hi petitlnn dntnl Mn 1.1. 1ITI, pmjitiK tnr u ilieliiiiiie timn nll hW debu in Imiik riii -y . iiu.l thnt nll ci-editm-nnd ntlier i.ei-(n i.hje. tniK to mihI diM linnro inny nttend iH'foie tlie iiiuii-nivm-d ltefeiee. nt my ntlke iu llriittlelM.m in nnl iitrlct.nnthe HiM din oi .liine. A. I). pxi. nt iiinVluek A. m., Hlid tlien and there pif?ent tlien- nhjwtini... It Hli). to Mich dNeliiiine, wlth tlielr iwhiIs t nort on. 1'. 1. I'.. MnT. Iteleireln ll.inkiiiitiy. Iluteil ttil- .lli iliiy ..1 Mn. .. II. 1MH. TN Tlli; WSTHICT ('(H1IT ot tlie I'nlted 1 Stutes tnr tlie liitrlct nt Vermont, ln the iimtter nt KIJWAIM) A. ri(..-i:it In ll.iiikiiiptcj. llnnkrii.t. Tn tlie cieilitoi'. nf Iklwnrd A. Kin-er nf lliintlcl.oio. ln tlie .-01111! v nf Wiiidhnm un.l IiUtriet nlni-t".nld. n Imnknipt. Xotlie l- lieieliy gien thnt on tlie Ith dnvnf Mny. A. I). 1IH1, the .hIi IMwnrd A. PrnK'r n duly iidjiidlcntod u liiikru.t : nnd thnt tlie II IM incetimr nt hi eu-ditni? lll U- lield nt my otHto lu llinttlclMii-o nn tlie lt d.iv nf .Iime. A. II. 110. nt llinVlnck lu tlie fnreiuxm. nt "lilcli tlinc tlie ml'l i iedltnr inav nttend, prne tlielr i-liiliiif. npmlnt a trutee. e.Miiniiie tl.e lmiiki ii.t. nnd tiuniirt -ui li nllier lnifi-IK--.-11 inn irnK-i Iv rnme U'fnrvMid liuctliig. I-'. 1). i:. l()Wi:. Iteteieein ll.inkiuptey. IX Tll 1. .-tlllc II'. IMM'IIICT l OrilT nf the I'nlted , Ior tlie 1 I - iu-1 of erinnnt. In tlie iiiuttcr of , OKO S. IIOI,I)i;x, In Il.inkruptiy. Il.inkrupt. Xntue i heiehy nien tlmt Gen. . Holdcn l.iinknip . lin tllil ln. pctition dated Mny 1. l!"l. pni.v nijr tnr u iIIm Iiuiuc frnni nll lii- ilcln in linnkriiptry. hii.I thnt uiU roditors nnd ntlier 'i-snlinbjectinp tn Nil.l dKliurgu mny attend lieloie tlie iinilcrit'ml HeieM-e, nt tnv ollke in llnittlelmm lu nid Ill-tiu t. nll tlie Mh ilav or .linic. A. U. nt ln nVliK k a. M..mid tlien nnd tliere pncnt tlielr olijectmn. II uny, to Mieh di-i-liuiiie. with their pim.t- tlicreon. F. I). i:. .-'I'OWi:. Ilelen-c ln ll.iiikruptey. Ilated tlu lth dny ot Mny. A. II. l'.itt. T.N TIIK DI.-TltHT I'OlTiT nt thc I'nlted I. Mnte, for the Ili-trkt nf Veruinnt. In tlie iimtter of i CAKI. J.,l()Il..OX In Ilnnkruptey. Il.inkriipt. Xntlce l lieivhy trien thnt Cnrl J.Jnhn-'on liunkrupt. has llled his ietitinn dute.1 Mny 1H, l!tl, pniylnif tni-a dlschurne froin nll liisdebt? in hunkrtiptc.i.iiud tlmt ullcreilitorsiiuil other pci-Miiis objectiiig to Niid dichiirgc mny nttend lieloie the iiiider-igiieil i-eleix-e. ut tlie nllke of II. 11. Hyder in llellow r.ili- in sai.l IlUtrict, nn tlietith ilay ot .liine. A. 1. l'.tl, ut 1 o'clock r. M., nnd tlien nnd theie pieent tlielr objec-tiiiin-, if nny, to Mk-li discliiirtre, wlth tlielr proots tlicicon. r. w. i.. un i iteiei-ec in iiaiiKruiiicy. DiiledthM'.nlidnynf Mny. A.l).l'.. 21-22 TS TIIK rilsTltlt'T COfHT of the I'nlted J. Mittes, tnr tlie lllstnct or Vermont, lii thc m.itter of I'.. I.. KI.I.IOT -In ll.iiikruptey. liaukriipt, I Nothe i hereliy irien that K. I.. r.lliot biink. rupt. hn tlleil hls itItton dateil May 1, l'.ntl. liinying Ior a disclinrKi trom all hl debts lu bniikiupti-y, iiud lliut all eitlltoi-s and other i.eionsntijcctliig to s.il.1 iliscliarge niay ntteml lieloie tlie unileiigncd refeico, at the ntlice of ii. ii. ujuer. in iieiiows taiisinsaid HMrict, nn the luh dny of June. A. H. l'.ic). at 1 o'clock r. M nnu tlien aud there proent tlie r nbjec- tluns. if any. to sucli dlscharge, witli thclr pront!. tiiereou. V. 1). K. STDW1' llefcree in llankriiptcy. D.itcd this l'.ith day nf .Mnj, A. 1). 1WU. L'l-S2 IX TIIE DISTIIICT COl'ItTof the United s'tntes for tlie I)itnct of Vermont. lu tlie iimtter of CHAIM.KS II. WISI.KY -In Ilnnkruptey. Il.inkrupt. I Nntice Is hereliy g!on tliat Charles II. Wes iey liankrupt, has tilel hi pctition dnted Mny ls. 1WH, praying for n dlscnurtre from all hls debts ln liankriiptcy. and tliat nll creditors and ntlier i cr.-ons objcctlng to sald illsclinrge mny iittend Ufnrv the undershfneil Itefci-ce. at the ntlne nf II. 1). llyder ln llcllows Palls In salit llrtrlct, nu tlte titli day of Junc, A. I. l'.ml, at 1 o'clock i M., and tlien nnd there pre pent their uhjection, if nny, to Mieh discharge, with tlielr proof s tlicreon. I". I. II. STllWH Heleree in ll.iiikruptey. Ilated tlilsi'lst dayof Mnv, A. I). 1HH. Notice. ThCbtocklinldei-sot the Ilrnttlclioro ,V White hall rallinnd cninp.inj- uie hereliy not llled tn meet at ttie lliiHikt. llousem llrattlelMiio, Vt. nn Mituiilay. Ma :M. 1HH. at lti:3HoVlock a. in. to nct iiinni tlie follnwimr busines-: l't. 'ln clioo'-c a clcrk for the cii-uIiil' vear. 2nd. To chot' a boainl of diicctors fnr thc cnsiiiiig j enr. :H. To tiniwnct nny other buslncss tlmt tiiiiv lawiiinv iieilnne Mockhnlders wlll 1 iiirricd frecto nnd from IliattU'lKirn on tlietlnj.of tlie timiual inming bypU'M'iiting thclr Mnck i-eitllkates to tlie cniHliictnr. JAJIKS I,. MAUTI.N. Clerk llinttlelKiro Whitehall Itailroad Co. Sw-ai Notice. I XT0TICKIS,n:ltI:"V(iIvr-N'l'at by virtnc j nt an e.ecution lii tavor of the .lamiilca !Miliig ltniik. ii cnipoiatlon duly establislicd i iiuiler the la ot this tate, lncateil and dolng IiusIiicm at Jiininlca, cix'dltoi-s, ngaiust Ilenry 1',. Adiiins. tniineily of Halifax ln the countv i nt Vt Inilliniii aml stnteot Verinont. debtor. I lm e le icl in two pleces or nurcels of lund In sald llalltn descrilnsl as follow-: to wlt. the iiim piecc lymg or neiug in tne ornr nal lot i No, !s. nnd IkiuikIciI as follows: Ileglnning in tliesoutlicast coiner of sald lot, thenci' west on the south llne ot salit lot to thc souihwcst inincr nt tlie lut.tlicnce noilh on the west llne nt sald lot to land of Alnilraii Illcklord, l theiico east on tlie south llne of llickford's l lniiil, aud on thc center ot tlie lilgliwny fmm the pchoolliouso fornierly knnwn usNo.'.i, in sald town to the dwelllng house of Almon Ilnllnu, and to laud now owncd nnd occuiileil by Ira I.arralee. lielug the east llne of sald lot No. fih, thcnce south on sald east llne to the place of lieglnnlng, 1 he sccond mecc is bound inl as followg. to wit : Comineiiclmr nt n stakc nnd stones or nt n point nt tlie fnrks of tho .oad northeast of the house occupied bv sald Alinirnu Illckfonl, thence wcsterly on the hlghway leading to Wilmington, 'M rods, to the east llno of the tarm now owncd nnd occupied by (leorge Cliase, theneo north 10 dcBreeseast on sald llne 48 rods. thence castcrl v bv n stnne wall 5i mls. theneo south 41 dcgrees enst 37 roxis to n cherty ti-ce or point. tbenco south 51 degrees east 18 rods to the hlghw-ny lendiiig to MnrllHiro, theiuo southerly 011 sald hlghway t'" " 1 "ttfiiiiiinK.coiitaining 27 ncres nnd 4.1 rod. with the buildlnm stnoil. Ing tlicreon; mcnnliig nll and tho same farm conveyed to said Ilenry K. Adnms by Wm. M. Martln nnd Mlnnio I,. Murtin. his wire. bv thelr deed dated May 17, A.D. 1001, i-ccordcd in Hook 17, pngcs 111 and 112. of the lnnd rccords of Halifax. I shall eellsnid rcnl estnte nt publlc niiction nt the store of George I Clark, a publlc place 111 thc town of IInllliix uloiosnid, 011 the 4ih uay ot junc, A. i. at 1 o'cKH'k ln the nfternoon ln satlsfnctlon of sald executinn aud tho costs nml churgcs thei-eon. Dated at Halifax thls 12th day of May, A. 1), nn.i, J, Q. SIIl'MWAY, Deputy Sheriff. 1 PILBS B!c supposltory A curt (QtrtQtfed If 70a oi I). Mktl. TboDirion. Supt. Ori-lcd ScbooU, StitrivtUr, N. C rJtra " I ro ay tbey do kU Ttu cUlm for ttrrn hr 8. M. Prrrrc. lUrro Rtoek. w. Vr,., rlt-i Thry uti,rrtt ili . iftciiou. ir. n t Mcuiii, 1 14rt,l.urc uort. wrllfai In 1 rrretlcf of ii yrtrr-. I btr r.ui 1 n. rtmtlr 10 qnt jourr.." fruci, 50 CiaTk. s.i.i free. Sold I tt VnuUU. MARTIN nUDY. LANCASTIR. PA. Sold In Brattleboro by Geo. B. Qreen. ln Bellowi Falli by H. IL Davli. Call for free sample. I l.tll r.ll.uii'H l, .iiurinnrn, r.. Ily the I'rolmteCourt forHiilcl l)itrlet. Tn nll tiersnns llilerfled lll tlie nMlltc nf I,A1'A VlnTi; I,. IIAVIS, Inteof llmttlcbnro, deceiiMsl, (litlllir. Wliercn". Mnrln llnvln hm prcsenteil tn tlils cnii n nn liiHtriiiiient purportliig to i tlie liut wlll of snld deceneil. Ior proliate:-Vou mo hereliy notllled thnt thl cniirt wlll ilecldeiip ontlie probntonf snld iiiti iiineut nt tlie e slon tlicronf tn lie lield nt tlie l'rnbnte Olllco in llrnttlebnro, ln snlil dNlrn t. nu tlie litli dny nf .luiie A. I). 1IKII, when nnd whei-e you mny tippenr nnd cnnte-it tlie s.iine. Ifymi -ee cuiifo. -M A. V. St'II Wl'.N'K, llcifl-ter. CTATR OI' Vr.ll.MOXT. Mnrlbnrn. SH. kJ Ily the rrnlmte Couit forSnld llMrtet. To nll j.en'ona lntereted In the otnte of ANNA IIALIjIDAY, late of Ilrnttleborn, dc eeiuMil, (lieetliiif. Wheieiif, AliKiistn 1'.. Wells hns prc.ontcd to thlsicnurt nn intriiinent piiiportitnr tnlietlio lilft wlll of snlil (lceeie-ed. Inr pinlmH:: Vou nre liereliy nntllleil thnt lhl eniirt wlll deeldo nixiii thc irnbiitc of 'nid liitriiini'iil at thc vesflnn tlicreof to tie lield ut the I'rnhnte Olllco in llnittlebni-o, iu Mild dlKtili-t. nn thc (ith dny nf.luncA. I). lKtl, wlien nnil wlieie ou mny nplienr iitnl roiitet tliesniiie. If you ee enil'e. 211 A. V. Sl'll WKXK, HerlHer. 8TATK OI" VIIItMOXT. .Miulbnio. Sf. Ily tlie l'rolinte Cnui t Inr Snld Dl'trlet. To nll porson lnteiested ln tlio etnte of AbO.N.O STAltKi:V, Inte orilnrltlchMio.de (ened. (liectilig. Wlierens. Ilenty I'. Wcllmiin lins pieM'iited tn tlil eoiirt nu iti'-truiiient pui portlnir to bc the iHst wlll nf siud dc-en-e"l, fnr prnbntc: Vnu nre liereliy nmillo.1 tlmt thls cnuit wlll dci-iilc upnn t tie pinlmte ot Hild lntriiiiient at tliekelnii thorcnl tn ! lield nt the l'rnbnte Olliie in llnittlclmi-n. In Hii.l dltiirt. nll tlie ilth dny nr.lune A. I). ll'il, when nnd wheiu ou mny iiipear nnd cnntet tlie suiiie. 11 you MX.1 cniic. 211 A. 1'. Sl'll WKXK, lleyMer, STATi: OI' VKIIMOXT. Miirllmro SS. Ily the riolmte Cniirt lorpnld Ilistrlet. To nll pen-nin intprctcd in tlie etnte of AXXIi:s. HATfiX. late nf Xew York City. ileceiieil, Imvliur etatc in thls dlti1ct, (icetinif. Wheieiis. (len. r. Axerill lin piekcnted to tlilseourt nn lii-lrllliicnt iiurpnrtinir to lie n teitllleil cnpy nf tlie li-t will nf nld dereu-ed, fnr prnbute: Vnu nif liereliy nollllol thnt tlli" cnui t wlll dcride upnn tlie prnbate ol Mild in-tl ililH-iil ut tlie seinn tlicrcnl to n; held ut the I'rnlmte OllUe in Ili-.ittlebom. in nid dl trii t, nn thetlth dny nf .liine A. 1). 1!U. when nnil whci-e ynu uia iippcur nnd contet the same. If ynu see ciiuse. , 2(1 A. F.M'IIWKXK. ItejfSter. 8TATK OF Vr.UMOXT-Mnrltmrn. SS. Ily the Prob.ito Cnuit lorsuld I)itrlet. To nll pcinn iiiteitteil in the eMntc of Kuiiiin J. Cnok, lute of Gullloiil. iu siid I)itrict. Oicetlnit: Vnu nre herehy nntltled thnt thls Cotirt will declde npon the iillnw unce nf the lueount ot F. (i. Tnylor. cxeciitor upon tlie estnte of Eminii .1. CiHik, luteor Olliltord, inuiddi'tilet, deicnseil. nnd deorce distribution tlieicof to the porMins entltleu tlierctn, nt tlie m..$ioii thereof tn Ik; lield ut tlie l'rnbnte Ollu-e in Ilrnttlelmro, iu kiI.1 Ilistrict. on tlie'.lth dayof Mny. A. II. 1WH. when and wlieie ynu mny hc liennl ln tlie preiiUso. II' vnu see enii-e. 1!L21 A. F. SCHWEXK. Keitlstcr. STATKOF VKIIMOXT. Wostmimter, S-J. Ily the l'rnbnte Couit fnrSnid Ills-triet. To nll persons nitei-eMed lll tlie estate of JOXASALKK.N Inte of Tnwiiflicnd. decen.iHl, liieetlnif. Whereas. K. I.. 1 1 ilt i ll trs hns nrefonted to thiscourt an lii-lriiiiient purpnrtimr to lie the lust wlll of suid decea-l. for nruhnte: You nre hcreby not llled that thi court will declde iiKin the probnte of suid instruinent at tho H-sslon thcreol to lie held at tlie hotel ln Townshend In sniil distrlct on the 3d dny of .liine A. 11. l'.an when nni wlieie vou mav nn- lioarand cuntest tlies.itne, if ynu see enuie. li ll. .i.i.iii,u Jinnre. JTATK OF VKIIMOXT, Wotmlnstcr. SS. O Ily thc l'rolwte I'ourt for Sai.l Ilitnct To a Pen-ons i itcresieii lll tne Toall iien-ons intcrested in the estate of SAMl'Kfj SMITH late nf Jnniulcu ln sald dis- triet. dcienseil. nreetlntr. You nre liereliy notltled that thl eourt will declde upon the nllowunce of thenccountof . u. iiurneui, e.ecinnr oi ine esiuie ni j. ii. Gurllclil lute udtnlnlstnitnr uiioii wiid etnte, nnd maku decree thcreot at tliesession there. of to lic lield nt the hotel iu Tnwnicnil on the .VI dny of Junc A. II. l!tl when nnd whcro you may le hearil In tlie prcinlses if ynu ce eause. !i . i x a li. .i.i.m;i:. .ludtre. r' TATK OF VKIIMOXT, Westminster. ?S. lly thc I'rooate Lonrt lorsnid Ulstrlct. To all tK-'rsons intercted ln the estate of MAUIAII G. WOOIl. Inte of Townshend in sald distrlct, dcccased, Greetlng, Vnu nro herebv notltled t hnt this court wlll declde uiKin the nllownnco of the nccount of (ieo. N. Wood, ndnilnlstrator upon suid estntc, nnd decree dlMrttmtion thcreot to the persons cntitled, nt the fession thereof to tie held nt the hotel m Townsiienil on the M uay ot june A. I). l'.l wiien nnd where you may m hearil in the premtses, if you see cause. iu 11. -1. 1,111.1.. .lllllgC. COMMISSIONT.HS' NOTICK. KSTATK OF l). W. IU'TTON'. Wc thesubc'rIbors. lieing duly nppnluted by the llon, l'roliate Court for tlie ditriet of Westminster commissionors to rcceive. e.- nuiine nnd ndjust allclalms nnd demnuds of all iktsoiis agalnst tne estate ot n. w. uutton, lute nf Townshend in sald district. decensed. and nlso all clalms and dcinniids exhibitcd in iffsct thcrcto; nnd slx months from the 27tli day of April last, bcinff nlloweil bv sald court ior inai puriHise, wc uu inerciore iiei-cuy givo notice that we will attend to the business of our sald appolntment, a.t the Inte rcsldcnce of said decensed in Townshend iu sail dltrict, on the 2nd day of Juiieand thc (ith day or Octolicr next. from 2 o'clock i M. untll 4 o'clock p. st.. on each of sald days. 10 V I 11 STINGS ! Commissioners. Datcl nt Townshend this 5th dny of Mny A. 1). W. COMMISSIOXEUS" XOTICK. KSTATK OF MAHGAltKT IIIM,. The undersiifiied liavlng been 11111101111111 by the llon. l'nibate Court for the lllstrlct of MarllMiro Coiiiinlss oncrs. tn recelve exani ne nnd ndjust nll clnlino nnil dcniaiidsof nll per sons ngninst the estate of Miirgnret lilll late of Guilford In sald district, decensed, nnd nll clalms exhibitcd in oll-ct thercto, hcreby glvo notice thnt we wlll meet tor the purpote arore sild, at tho ollicc nf Ii. K. Tnylor .V Son, llrat- tieixiro. 1.. 011 tne inn uny 01 .11111c 1111.1 .iist day nf Octolicr next. from 2 o'clock i M. untll 4 o'clock i'. m encli of sald days, and tliat slx montlis from tl-.eTth day of May, A. I). 1K0, is the time limltedby sald Court fnr said cicilitois to prosent their clalms to us for examlnatioii nnd nliownnce. II. K. (U)HDON 1 rommlsslnei-s II. K.TAYI.OIt I l'nilssiiici-s. Dated at lli-.ittlelKiro, Vt.. thls 7th day of May. A. 11. UKH. CO M M I SS1 0 N K lt S XOT 1 C K. KSTATK OF CIIAUI.ES K. TYl.KIt. The undersigiicd having Ik-cu appointed by the llon. Protuite Court for the !lt rict of MarllHiroCniiiiiilssioners. tn rcceive. exainino nnd aillust all clalms nnd deuiands of all ncr- stins iigainst the estnte of Charles K. Tyler luto ot Ncwtane. 111 salu iilstrlct, ucccuscu, nnd nll chiinisexhibited in olfset thercto. hcreby gUo notice thnt we wlll rueet lor tlie nurnoso nforesnid, at the post-nlllce in Wllliamsi ille 011 tne ni uay 01 .111110 nnu .isi uay 01 ucinucr next. from 2 o'clock i M. uiiill 4 o'clock v. si.. cach of suid days, nnd that slx months from tne 2.UI1 uny 01 Aprn a. 11. iuu is tno tuno llmitcd by sald court for sald creditors to pro sent their clalms to us for cxainiuation nnd nllnwiincc. Dated at Newfane, vt.. this Hth dny of May A. I). VMi. GKOItHK n. WI 1,1,1 AMS, lrnmmiK,innPrs CHESTKIt K. I'KltltY. tommlssloncrs. QOMMISSIONEUS' NOTICK. ESTATE OF GEOItGK S. JOHNSON. ho undcrslKncd having beeu nniiolntod bv tlio llon. l'roliate Court for tho district of Marltioro Commissioners. to recelvo. examino nnd ndjust nll clalms nnd demiinds of all per sons ngainst tho estate of George S, Johnson inteor wumsixiro, tn sam mstriet, decensed, nnd nll clalms exhibitcd In offsct thercto, here liy glvo notice thnt wo wiu meet rorthonur lKiso aforosald, at Fi-ed Undcrwood's hotel 011 the2tlth day of Soptember next, from 10 o'clock A. M. untll 4 o'clock 1 xi.. on suid dny and that six inonins irom ine 111 uny 01 April A. D. elmore uivr 1803 ls the time llmitcd by sald court forsald present their clalins to us foriex- Bmilm,ion Hna iinw.ini-o. Datod nt Wunlslioro thls 18th dny of Mny A. D. 1!J. WeWEI.L. I L'ominlssloners I 21 2:1 STATE OF VEItMONT, Marlboro. SS. Ily thc l'robato Court of Sald District. To Ilenry II. Hollister and Snrah 11. Hurris, of the city, county and stnto of New York, urectlug. Whereas tho Grent Westem Mlnlnir nn.I Miinufncturing Company, I,. C. llhick, ro wlvcr, hns presentcd to this court a petltlon OTATllor VEItMONT. Mnrlboio. Hf. I'ni) iiik ar 1111 nnitr uiivcilllg you 11SIWOOI the oxccutors of the last wlll and tcstnment of II. D. Harris, lato ofllnutleboro ln sald dis trict, ileccuscd, to render 1111 iiccouut of nll and slngiilnr tho matters jicrtnlniiig to tho es tate tlmt uowor havo been iu your liaiids or possosslon or In tlio hanils or possosslon of elther of you; nnd furtlier pinylun tlirtt vou apiiear nnd glvo nilciiunlo and sullicicui i'ro bate linnds so tliat tlio rights of tho snld pe titinneriii and cnncorning said ostato uiay ln fully protecteil. And you aro hcreby notltled to appoiir lieforo suid court at a sessfon there of tobo held at tho l'roliate Olllco lu Ilrattle iKirn ln suid district nn tho 10th day of J11110 A. D. IUU. nt 1(1 o'clock iu tho forenoon to nnswcr to thu iietition of tho sald Grcat WesteriiMiiiinguiidMHiiufiicturiiig Cninpaiiy, by I,. O, llhick, ivcclvcr, nnd show causo if nny you havo why tho praycr thereof should not bo gruntcd. 20 A. Y. SCIIWENK, Hcglstcr,