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THE VERMONT PHOENIX, AND RECORD AND FARMER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 188&
It in mild tint rnw sugar It now eoU la Eur.
latnl at leal tbnn $2 per hundred, or at about
the naino ptleo an meal, and farmers hare
born adrUcd to uio it for feeding cattle. The
tariff on sugar Is tins jirlncipal cmiso of Its
higher prloj liero. It will be a long time to
fott) wo cau suppleniont a short hay crop with
iiK'tr and molasses unlest the duty Is removed
Thtro It a diffirence of opinion among
practical men ami sclmllts concerning the
cause of Hcab lu potatoes. Borne maintaiD
that it Is the result of fungus j others that It
is onuspd by wlro worms. The practical far
tu.'r Im most Interested to know what will pre
vint tuo difficulty. Ktehange.
If the foab was caused by wire worms It
would be known as well as we know when
the potatoes are oattu by white grubs. Wo
have known potatoes badly affected by the
scab when it would have bteu difficult to find
a wire worm in the field where Ihey were
grown. We should make a little discount on
the science of one who thinks tho scab Is
caused by wlro worms.
However cheap apples may bo In the early
part of the season, they rarely fall to bring a
fair price, lu the city markets, before the
middle of winter. They have brought this
fall hirdly more than enough to pay for gath
ering, packing and marketing, but there Is
now a prospect of better prices for shipping
vuhtles. The Boston Oultivator says:
Keeent London advices state that the mar
ket for apples shows a decided improvement
on lalo shipments of American fruit. Sup
plies from the Continent have nearly stopped
suit the English crop is about all marketed.
In a short time the retail dealers in English
cities will have to depend on American ap-
le, and unless the supply Is very large
prices will go higher. Quotations on Ilsston
shipments the last week lu October were for
Greenlugs, ijll 2.' to :i 7.1 per barrel ; Hld
wins, -'." to i3.,".l) ; Hubbardstons, $3 to
&3 L'.'i, Less apples are being received in
Montreal than usual. The prices there range
from St.7.1 to !'.' 2." per barrel as to quality.
Many growers of apples in western Canada
are shipping their fruit to Chicago. Time
are also large and unusual shtpnieuts of Can
adian apples to Mauitoba. This accounts for
light receipts at Montreal. The shipments
from Bastou and Naw York still continue
very heavy, and holders of apples are very
conli lent of better prices in the future.
Uurhril Wire Fencf.
obiect.board for barbed-wire
which the Prairie l'armer has often seen in
use in Du l'age county, 111., and which, or
some modification of It, has been repeatedly
suggested in our own columns as an aid in
saving stock from Injury, consists simply of
two-Inch strips of inch stuff, eaih long enough
to nearly till the space between posts, and
swuug to tho upper wire by common staples.
"Cattle and horses see there is an obstruction
before them and avoid it." Tribune.
Tho House committee having under consid
eration the bill in relation to barbed-wire
fencing took the testimony of various parties
having experience ia its use. According to
the report of tho testimony, "no iuetance was
given of an nccidc ut occurring when the fence
w as properly constructed. Nearly all the gen
tlemen said that the placing of a board or rail
above the top strand would tet.il to make the
feuco less useful, inasmuch as stock would be
more liable to attempt to jump oer the fence,
aud in leaping upon it Ihey wunild break it atd
thus let themselves down upon lbs wire. The
only legislation which the committee will re
port, if any, will bo lu regard to the number of
wires,tho di.tauce apart, the space between the
posts in short, wLat a legal barbed-wiro
f-ncn Khnll be. lSarbid-wiro fence has come
largely iuto use ill Vermont, end its useful
ness is so great that it will never bo discard
ed." Uut if it is safe when properly constructed,
it is notoriously unsafe as it is frtquently
made. A lew similar to oun already in force
in several of tho Western states, making a le
gal barbed. wire feuco to consist of not less
than tive 6trands, firmly attached to substan
tial posts, the barbs not exceeding a certain
specified length, shouM be demandeel as a
protection from tho ilangerom traps, half
built barbtd- Ire fences, now becoming so
common. They have already caused dam
ages to borMs and cattle to the amount of
thousands of dollars.
Care should bo taken to keen poisonous sub
stances out of carp ponds, and too much food
should not bo thrown in. In cooking carp,
thorough cleansing is needed and frying
lioukl be done In not pans and not grease.
As to the ecouomlcs ol mis suuieci, air.
Smiley said that fish culture was moro and
more becoming a part of the farmer s occu
pation, and thought that, not very far In the
future, most of the farmers of the country
would have little fish ponds In their dooryards,
both as a method of obtaining food and as an
ornament to the homestead.
I'urest Tre Culture.
lien l'erley I'oore, a goo J authoilty on the
culture of forest trees, bays:
Now is the time for planting chestnuts,
walnuts, butternuts aud locust seed, which
fall with tho leaves. Scientific, writers say
that nuts can be kept iu cellars during the
winter in dry saul or vegetable mould, but
my experience is that the epiicker they are
put under grouud after falling from tho trees
tho better. Tory should bo buried about
three ir.ches below tho surface, and there
should be such drainage as will prevent their
rotting. It is beit to sow three nuts or acorns
in each hole, and theu to destroy the two
weakest plants shouM all come up. I think
it albO desirable, iu plantipg oaks or nut trees.
to mix with them young evergreens, in order
to lorm a abetter, uur warm sun and cold
winds harden the bark of young trees exposed
to their influence, bo that tho ascending sap
liuds it difficult to expand it. In natural for
ests young trees are sheltered by older ones
Iroui tne sun and wind. It Is contrary to na
turo to expose them to both. Chestnuts are
perhaps the mot profitable forest tree that
can be planted. The oak is of such slow
growth that two or three generations pass
away ueiore It cau no renumcratlvo. Cnest
nuts, on tho contrary, soon bear nuts, which
are a source of profit if Bold, and of great
uengnt to tue young people It tuy are per
mltted to gather them. In twenty.flve or
thirty years, trees ara sizable for timber or
for fuel. Iu tho interior of I'ennsvlvanU ex-
tensive tracts are devoted to the growth of
chestnut timber, which is cut off at intervals
of sixteen years and converted iuto charcoal
for the use of Iron works. Now trees spring
up from the stumpage aud, if carefully thinned
out, wane rapid growtn. indeed, many prac
tical foresters advocated cutting off oaks or
cbebtnuts at tho roots wheo they attain the
size of a hoe-handle, aud they assert that the
sprout wblou replaces them will at the end of
teu years bo twice as large as the original tree
would have been. I have experimented on
mis somewnat, but with varied success. In
somo cases tho young trees have made astou
ishing growth, and in others tho roots have
not produced any sprouts, and the expert
ment bis resulted in total failure.
The Grriuun Carp.
Iu a paper read before the American Asso
elation, Mr. 0. W. Soiiley of Washington, O.
0., said he had, somo years ago, imported
from Oermany thirty or forty pairs of this
usn. ineywero placed in breeding ponds
iu Washington, aud have Increased manv-
fold, the number spawned this year being
4(10,(100, The carp is naturally a warm water
fish, and in the waters of the Southern States
grows with astonishing rapidity, and to great
size. They will also do well In the cold water
of me North, even in Minnesota. Nearly
every state and county lu the United States
has a fish commission, and they are all prop
agatlug carp. It has also beeu taken up as a
private speculation, aud carp are sold for
ureeoiug purposes as btgu as S3 per pair,
The carp roots iu the mud for aliment, and
mucn resemnies poultry in its manner of
getting food. Carp aged tbies years are
often found to weieh twelve to fifteen pounds.
aud a gain in weight of four pouuds has beeu
observed in a carp In ono year. The carp is
sluggish; while trout, bass, and other lively
fish, frisk about, and do not fatten so fast as
tho carp. Experiments have shown that fe
male carp spawn at the age of one year in
eoumeru waters, at two years In colder waters,
and in tho extreme northern waters of the
United States, at three years. Other rlsb
tuitles, muskrats, snakes, and even birds, eat
young carp. A bird shot lu Washington, re
crntiy, bad lu Its stomach the beads of seven
ty-niue young carp. The United States fish
commissioner recently sent out requests for
information about carp expeifiuented with
iu this country. Most of tho replies placed
the carp on an equality with trout, has, and
shad as a food fish, while a few classed thorn
with pile, and a very few said tbey had a
The carp is the let pond fith yet known,
and lu a very small pond will thrive well, so
that families may easily have their own fith
garden if they have enough water to make a
pernament pond. The carp Is a very hardy
fish for shipment, requiring little water to
kvrp alive iu. The United States fish com
missioner Is ghiug away carp, sending them
by express to any point, the receiver paying
express charges. The fl.L will thrive on
table refuse and almost an) thing edible,
Osrpcau be kept iu winter ins tub In the
oellar, the water requiring to be kept fresh.
UHAA'OB FA III
Krlit lij Ilrouil Drooli Urnng-r, at Dull-
forit Centre, ucl.KJIli.
At tho last meeting of Ilroad Brook grango
few of the members brought in some of their
farm products In order to compare them and
tell the different methods of raising them,
and tho thought ocourred, Why may we not
ho d an onen meeting ana nave our neignoors
and friends join Willi us, and seo what a dis
play can be made? Accordingly on osiurnay
venlnff. wot. i.. tue meeting was neiu iu mo
town hall, and I think never before was the
hall more becomingly attired. Two tables
extended its entire length, one loaded with
fruit and ths other with fancy articles, while
the walls wero hung with bedquiits, atguans,
tidies, pictures, and Btrlnes of golden corn,
so that nothing was to be seen of the walls
themselves. On ono side of the ball was a
table devoted to ancient relics, which was by
no means the least of tho many attractions of
the ball. No committee was appointed to
award premiums, tho purpose being, not to
see who had the best, but merely what could
be done by trying. A great variety or apples
were Bhown, and the quality of the fruit would
be hard to boat. Siblor aud Wallen showed
the greatest variety, having 22 kinds ; F. E.
Word bad l'J, w. w.uarney to, o.u. uuiiock
while F. CJ. Taylor, U. Xbaver, i: n.
llrackett, II. and M A. Thomas, L. E. Ja-
queth and T. N. Lynde exhibited specimens
of equally fine quality but not so many in
number, ur pumpkins ana Bquasues ineie
was a good showing. Nice table beets were
shown by W. II. Jacobs and L. E. Jaquoth ;
mangel wurtzeis by 1. n. Jjynae, wno aiso
bad nice onions and parsnips. Cabbages
were displayed by 0. Hate and J. A. Alexan
der, the latter luting ono that weighed 17
pouuds. Nice potatoos of different kinds
were exploited bv oioiey ana rvsuen, u.
Thayer, J. L. llullock, O. Hale, and others ;
fine specimens of corn by Sibley and Wallen,
W. W. llernev, U. Uarstow, A. w. rutuam.
L. Bullock, i E. Ward, O. Hale, W. II.
Jacobs : pop oorn by A. W. Putnam, Fred
Whitney and II. L. Thayer; samples of wheat
by J. L. llullock, O. Thayer and 0. Hale ;
oats by 0. Thayer ; rye by O. Hale ; several
varieties of beans by J. u. llullock. and 1. re.
Lynde ; quinces, pears and grapes by W. W.
Harney and I. N. llrackett ; tine samples of
butter by Mrs. W. W. Barney, Mrs. J L.Bui,
lock and Mrs. S. L. Sibley.
OalUiPhtl. nsvemsnt. Mrs. Bsroird Lvode: 8 bv
Sirs. II1II; 2 tij Mn.rrank KIiir; log-ctblu, Luis Ad
ims; 3 by Mrs. A. W. Putosm.one HO years old; 1 by
Mies Anus Thomas, nearly too years old ; 1 by O. M.
Tbomas; a by Mrs. L. . Jaquetb, one contalulng
f ancy Articles uniia s emo. aress, cuen jucuiure,
lult tidy, smb. tidy, foot mat, toilet cuibloD aud boot
buttouer, Mrs. Joel Flagg; letter case, Niua Cbaae;
set of knllmatf, aofa pillow, toilet cushion, tidies,
laiubrequlnt, Mrs. J. L. linllock; root mat, Cora Ja
cobs; tidies, aland cover, Mrs. F. N. llrackett; Java
canvas toilet cathlon, crabapple pyramid, Mrs. B. L.
Hibley; cuablon, Lyman llallock; lace tidy, spider
v, eb tidy, burlap foot mat, Java canvas tidies, matcb.
safe, Mrs. J. A. Wallen ; paintings, Mrs. Joell'lagg;
lamp mat, tidy, Anna Tbomas; paper-knife, Leslie
Adams; knit root-mat, Mrs. Barnard Lynde; afgban,
lambrequins, knit lace, Mrs. Frank Kiug ; lamp mat.
Lula Adams; burlap foot mat, table apread, enib.aua
pillow, Mrs. J. L. llullock; pencil drawing!, Grace
Lynde ; alr-caatle and perforated-board cross. Mra. J.
A. Wallen; Bilk quilt and afghan.Mre.F.N.Urackett;
crochet edeinff. Alice Barney: toilet cuablon. lambre
quins, mats, Minnie Taylor.
Ancient neiics rauie Bpreaa to yrs. oia, . i bio
ley; table spread spr.o and wove lu 1803. silver thim
ble m3de In 1806, Harab CbBfle; pr. Btocklogs 93 yearfl
old, Mrs. A. W. Putnam; pocket-book bought In 1789,
Mrs. Horace TaftJ pewter plate and silver epoon
known to bare been buried on Longlslandilurlogtbe
revolutionary war, Mra. J. L. Bullock; BUgar bow,l&0
yearB old, A. W. 1'utoam ; pewter dlab 80 years old,
George Thomas; plate from Hootland, Mrs. Urrilla
liarron; stalactites lasen irom aiamoioincaveiniau,
L. siuiey ; piare 2UU years oio, airs, nii-pueo ueei
; Bbeet mads from flax spun and wove br a 10-years-
old girl In 1783, Aurella D. Tart; sllrer spoon 100 yrs.
oia, Airs. h. l. liunt; lan rrom Arizona, uetuMe axc
Clure: pltcberand pfatefiOrrs.old.Mrs.Mary Jacobs;
cocoanut in shell, Mrs. Joel Flagg; chair too yrs. old.
Beat made ol baaswood bark, Mra. titepneu w neie r ;
augar cane crown In 1850 on the ground where Jack
son fought the Brltleb In 1811. H. L. Sibley; cocoa
shell engraved with a knife by Gapt. Paul Cbaaewblle
crossing lbs ocean In 17G6, 2 platea 150 yrs. old, earth
en pipe 1(0 yrs. old, so gar bowl 130 yrs. old. foot stove
100 yrs. old, buttons, knee and Bhoe tmckles, concb
abell, C. L. Barney; ahetl from Mammoth cave, Mra.
F. N. Urackett; plates, Mrs, J. L. Bnllock. A paper
said to be a fac simile of the first paper printed In
America wbb shown by S, L. Sibley.
A nice display of house-plants and bouquets
added greatly to the appearance of the hall.
i'rayer was offered by tbe itev. Mr. ilartin.
followed by Blnging and tbe reading of
"Friendship's Offering" by Mrs. F. N. Brack-
ett and Mrs. F. It. King, and as tbe company
separated to their various homes I think all
felt that the evening had been well aud pio'
itably spent ,
Kvuaccse, N. v., June 12, 1883.
I suffered with kldner tllaeaie and Intent? palu In
back. One bottle relieved and six bottles of Hunt's
Kidney and Liver ItEMEDV completely cured me."
II. 8. Procter, Furniture Dealer, Co Sallna-it.
Oranges will Boon be moved North, and tb outlook
for a larger crop than In previous )r is excellent.
When Jkol'lurs lllaug-ree
It will be time enough to doubt the reliability of Kid.
ney-Wort. DoctorB all agreo that It is a most valuable
medicine In alt disorders of tbe Liver. Kidneys and
Bowets. and frequently prescribe it. Br. 1'. G. Ballou
of Monkton aays: "The past year I have UBed It more
than ever, and with the beat reaulta. It Is ths most
successful remedy I have ever uaed." Such a recom
mendation speaks for Itself. Sold by all drugglata.
Ozoke Water. A Boeelflc for Ithenmatlim and all
diseases of tbe blood.
X sufTereil from scute Inflammation in mv nose
and bead for t week at a time I could not see. I na.
eu Lly's cream Balm and In a few days I was cured.
It Ib wonderful bow quick It helped me. Mra. Geor
gleS. Jndaon, Hartford, ct.
It la said that Blocs 1851 mora than f23.ono.ona in
voluntary contributions has been expended lu educa
tional work at tbe South.
Tbe First Keen Tirloc-e.
As the BeaBon advances the nalna anil arhea bv
which rheumatism makea Itself known sre experienc
ed after every exposure. It la not claimed tbat Hood's-
BarBapariua la s Bpecinc for rheumatlsmwe doubt ir
there is, or can be, Buch a remedy. But tbe tbous
anda benefited by Hood's Baraaparllla warrant us In
urging others who suffer from rheumatism to take ft
before tbe first keen twlngo.
Tbe cost of ths Sharon dlvorcs caaa amnnntitn nvp
(200,000, without Including the lawyers' fees.
Enemies Itetadv- to rslrlke.
Every family la constantly In dancer from Impure
water, unripe fruit, unwholeaome food, contagious
diaeasea, cramps, cholera morbus, eougbs and eoldB,
indigestion and aimple fevers. In aucb cases a bottle
of Parker's Tonio kept lu tbe house renders it unnec
essary to cau a pnyaician. Kothlog bo good for children.
Avoid tbs harBb, Irritating, grfplcg compounds so
often Bold as purging medicines, and correct ths Ir
regularities of the bowels by tbs use of Ayer's Cathar
tic 1'llls, which are mild and gentle, yet thorough and
searching, in their action.
Ammonia In llalilnir Ionilers.
Among the recent discoveries In science
and chemistry, bouo Is more Important than
the uses to which common ammoutt can be
properly put as a leavening agent, and which
Indicate that this familiar salt Is hereafter to
perform au active part in the preparation of
our dally food.
Tho carbonate of ammonia is an exceeding
ly volatile substauce. l'laco a small portion
of It upon a knife and hold over a tUme, and
It will almost Immediately be entirely devel
oped into gas and pass off into the air. The
gas thus formed Is n slmplo composition of
nitrogen and hydrogen. No residue Is left
rrom the ammonia. This gives u us superi
ority as a leavening power over soda and
cream of tailar used alono snd has induced
its use as a RUPDlement to these articles. A
small quantity of ammonia In tbe dough is
effective iu producing bread that will be
lighter, sweeter, and moro wholesome than
that risen by any other leavening agent.
When It Is acted upon by the beat of baking,
tho leavening gas that raises tho dough is lib
erated. In thlH act it uses itself up, as it
were; tho ammonia Is entirely diffusei!, leav
ing no trace or residuum whatover. The
light, Huffy, flaky Appearance, so desirable in
biscuits, etc.. and so Bought after by profes
sional oooks, Is said to bo imparted to them
only by the use of this agent.
The bakers and baking powder mauuiac
turers producing the fluest goods have been
quick to avail themselves of this useful dis
covery, and the baudsomost and best bread
and cako are now largely raised by the aid ot
ammonia, combined, of course, with other
Ammonia Is one of tho best known prod
ucts of the laboratory. If, as seems to be
justly claimed for it, the application of its
properties to the purpos-sof cooking results
In giving us lighter and more wholesomo
bread, biscuit and cake, it will prove a boou
to dyspeptlo humanity, and will speedily
force itself Into general use in the new field
to which Bcleuce has assigned It. Fcitntijif
Aeon's Emulsion or lure
COD LIVEIl OIL, WITH ItVt'OI'UOSPIIlTES,
In Itrwritt Ihbiltty find KffiafittiV'ri,
Is s moat valuable food and medicine where the appe
tite Ib poor, and the ordinary food does not set m to
nourlib the body. This is vastly dlgeBted snd afeitn.
Hated aud giieB strength and llgor to the enfi-t bled
For fifteen yearB I was annoyed with severe pain
in my head and discharges Into my tbrost from Ca
tarrh. My Bebe of smell waa much impaired, lly
the uie of Ely's Cream Halm I have overcome these
troubles. J. 11. Chase, hi. Denis Hotel, New York.
Alligator farmlug fatbelateat Industry di telonrdtn
fXr-lTell Ilreaaeil E'eopte don't near dingy
or faded things when the 10c. and guaranteed Dia
mond Dye will make tbem good as nev.. Tbr-y sre pi r
fect. Get st dmgglBts snd be economics!. Welle,
Illchardaou k Co., Uurllogton, Vt.
"We have In our possession, linil roult!
publish, au amount of tertlmsuy.setlltig fulth tbe uea
of AdaniBon's Botanic Cougb Balflam for the cure ot
cougbB, cotda and consumption, from those who have
been cured by It.that would fill volumes; butue derm
tbe publication of such a maea of testimony unneces
sary. We purpose to publish a few of the many testi
monials received; the orlgioala can be aven at our of
fice. I". W. KINSMAN 4 CO."
Ab s purifier Ayer's Saraaparllla acts directly snd
promptly. A tingle bottle will prove Its merits. Msuy
Inouflsnds of people sre yesrly saved from dangerous
fevers by the exercise of a little timely csre In proper
ly clesnBlng the system by tbe use of this renedy.
Prof. Msx Molter says It was a national mlvforluue
when boarding schools took tbe place of public day
Only a Ntrp.
When catarrh has progressed to a certain extent, It
Is only a step to that terribly fatal disease, consump
tion. If you bavo catarrh, even stliibtly, tt is ci r. rri
lie mintake to allow It to continue its ronree uoctiei-k-e-d.
If you will only read, you will flud com-luelve
reasons why you Bhould take Hood's risrsaparitla for
catarrh, io tbe statements of many people who have
been completely cured of thia disease lu Its most se
vere forms. Send for book contalniug abundant evi
dence, to C. I. Hood K Co., proprietors of Hood s Sar
Biparllla, Lowell, Mass.
In soap.as In other manufactured artiris, tbe w irds
of Hannah Moore rind their application, vtx: "A
sound economy Ib a sound understanding brought Iu
to actlou. It Is s calculation realized, or tbe doctrtue
of proportion reduced to a practice."' Commencing
In a small way, Curtis Davis It Co., bavo to-day tbe
largest aoap factory in New Eogliind. The shove sug
gestions having found a practical iMnonstratlon In all
their "Standard Brand," their i ir, coin.-,' "Aruir.
lean Peerless," and I'tlueiiuatleil Extra," have made
tbe name of (Divl8" famous, ant are everywhere rec
ommended for their peculiar merit, v. bil they main
tain tbelr gnat reputation against ever) variety of Im
itation thit competition can suggest. Tho full name
of Cortla Davis is stampfd on every bar or wrapptr
of tbe genuine good. .'intim S'uiflaif Hi ral'l.
OP THIS WEEK
Puts on sale one ense or !10
dozen Ladles' nil wool Scarlet
Vests and hints at
Which arc as good or better
than anything sold in any
previous season at $1.2.), and
which cannot he duplicated
now to sell below $1. Send
(or then. !
1 piece .Mack Itrocndc Silk
Velvet at 2.50 a yard, same
as heretofore sold at $iJ.50 to
1 piece Illack Dress Silk at
112!c a yard which is far su
perior to anything previously
shown at the price.
Have just bought a big lot
or black quilted Satin-bottomed
Skirts at a discount of
one quarter from usual price.
12 dozen more of those 25c
Ladies' Wool Hose, same as
.lust opened a lot of extra
heavy Hoys Stockings at 25c a
pair which seem like extra
good ones for the money.
This week we put out all
broken lines of sizes iu Chil
dren's Fine Stockings, to be
cleared out at a sacrifice.
We don't usually do this un
til last of the season, but find
too many now in slock, and
make a price to push them
Just opened new lot of
Leggings, Hoods and Jackets.
Lot all wool twilled Red
Flannel, 20c a yd. Would be
cheap at 25c. Lot do. at iiitc,
Have about half a case left
of best Hates Ginghams at !c
Arc now selling the second
thousand-yard lot of twilled
Cotton Crash at
3 l-2c a yd.
Still selling the best Feath
er lied Tick at
12 l-2c a yd.
A Defl Molnea ..Oft!) Wsmin beeifnr htrhTin1 hm.
bind, who renuloi u borne and puti Id Lis time read
Time ta jnammy
Tbe barrowlnff Uain of Ilheumatiam. tha nnd!cff
of money, aometimei even to tha Uit dollar, fur ua
leaa medlclDea, are tad enough, dear knows. But
uiaoy caaes are aggravated, ii doc made desperate, by
the fact that the aufferer la mlnd-alck over Jobs of
time, which he cannot afford. Juat here tbe merits
of Atblopboroa sre moat forcibly provrd. It operates
directly and speedily, and aavea time and money
which would otherwise be waited In Tuto experiments
with worthless medlcloea.
Don't Fro wd, If you cun help It
But Uou't amlle more than you ire obliged to. If you
bare a mouthful of discolored teeth. If aucb lathe
case procure and uae at least once every day, delight
ful HOZODONT, which will remove the unbecoming
spots and specks that dia figure your teeth; render
them pearly white, make the gums hard and rosy, aud
impart fragrance to your breath. SOZODONT, more
over, contains no corrosive adds or gritty particles,
which ta tbe caae with aome dentifrices, but la emi
nently Bafe aa well aa thoroughly effective. Sold by
When baby wai alck, we gave ber Castorla,
When ahe waa a child, ahe cried for Castoria,
When she waa a mlas, she clung to Caatorla,
When ahe bad children, ahe gave them Caatorla,
Adt Ice lo Motberau
Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest
by a alck child aufferlug and crying with pain of cut
ting teeth T Ifao. aendat once and get a bottle of
Mrs, Winalow'a Hoothlnn SvruD for Children Teeth.
log. Ita value la Incalculable. It will relieve tbe poor
little aufferer Immediately. Depend upon It. motb
ers. there ta no mistake about It. It curea dysentery
and dlmboja, regulates the atomach and bowels, curea
u wiit, uttcuiuo Rumi, reauces ine innmma'
tlon, and gives tone and energy to tbe whole system,
Mrs Winalow'a tloothtnn Svruo for rhti.irin owth.
loglspleasinttotbetaate, andlsthe prescription of
one of tbe oldest and beat female nuraes and pbyal-
"jusicu dmin, iuu ii jur uio uy su drug
gists throughout the world. Price, 33 eta. a bottle,
I tcli tut; IMlra -Syuntoma uud Cure.
Tha srmDtoma ar maiitnr. itk npar.ipatinn n.
teuae Itching, lncreaaed by scratching; very dlstreaa
log, particularly at night ; teems aa If pin-worma were
crawllog lu and about tbe rectum. If neglected very
serious results may follow. "Swatv Oihtmemt"U
--SM uassw-v. uu USII, UVKi a I 9 1. J J.
Address DrSwatne t Sox.I'blla. l a. Bold by druggists
An old physician, retired from practice, having had
placed la bis bands by an East Iodla missionary tbe
formula of a n! tuple vegetable remedy for the speedy
and permanent cure of Coueumptloo, Bronchitis, Ca
tarrh, Asthma and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive ana radical cure tor Hervoua ueimity and
all Nerroua Complaints, after baring tea ted Its won
derful curative powera In thousands of cases, baa felt
in ui uuti mj uisuo it iuuwu iu uia suucriug icuuws.
Actuated br this motive and a desire to relieve human
aufferlog, I will seod free of charge, to all who desire
It. tbla recloe. In Herman. French or Knfflih. with
full dlrecttona for preparing and using. Brut by mall
uj uureuiDg wuu atamp, naming ibis paper, w. a.
Niun, lltf Power's block, Koc better, N. Y. 4038 eow
For the Cure of Kidney ami TJver Com
plaint, CitiiKtlpntlnii, awl uj 'I thij
a:)-'!.; from tin impuie "tut of tb' P I ' "I".
To wotnMi who BuuYr f"iin tiny nf tbe il pecu
liar to t'tttr auX it 14 n't ur f 1 1 1 riET fn n 1. A
'rui7.?t-t-.. One IMmrnt' tt or aJJren Ur.
Airid Kennedy, lUm Jout, N V
DO THE RIGHT THING,
Common Nrute Talk to llllloua People.
Cleur Testimony of ta Witness.
Alh 4 si. X. V.
r. D. Kennedy, Iluruloul, .V, .;
I)eab bin: About elizbt veara a no I besan to suffer
from a Liver difficulty. During the attacka I experi
enced severe pain, accompanied by what I cannot de
scribe better than by calling ttatimifin;; in aeuaatlon.
The agony of It was almost bejond endurance. None
of tbe usual medicine employed In Buch cases bad
any effect upon me. From time to time I waa laid up
and unable to attend to any business. This cohered
a period of a year.
rinanjr .nr. ix)o, a iitukkibi oi iuib ruy, anggrsieu
your FAVORITE HEM KI)Y aa an t-icrllent thing for
tbe Liver, I had not taken the hole of tho first bot
tle before I found most decided relief ; the rain pass
ed away, and to my delight I regained tbe power to
enjoy and dlgf-at my food without tbe former dUtress,
Nature seemed to be set going sgaln. I cannot better
etprens my appreciation of Dr. David Kennedy's FA
VORITE ItEMEDY than by telling you that since my
personal knowledge of Ita virtues I bate recommend
ed it to a grrat many of my friends and acquaintan
ces. Yours truly, B. PEI'faON.
223 Alexander Avenue.
Mr. Person Is one of Albany's old and reflected
residents, and consents to the publication ot tbe
Dr. David Kennedy, Physician and Surgeon, Hon
Thirty A Endorsed
Tears Heocrd. jV by f byslolans.
By the uao of this
HEMEDV, Ui stom
aob and Bowel,
speedily teeatn their
strenffth. and ths
blood Is purified.
It Is pronou&oed t7
hundreds of tho best
dootors tobs the ON
LY OUHE for .11
kinds ol Kidney Dis
eases. It Is purely vege
table, snd euros when
other medicines fait.
It la prepared ex.
prossly for these die.
eases, snd has never
been known to fail.
One trial will oon
vinoo you. For sal.
by .11 druffglats.
'A Rtmiltio popular success." .ftprtnyl'l'l iritHb.
Hcnn, "Orieof lbs most suorsBstui pfrlodlests of His
sup." VhiltuMjihw i'rf... "All rfKut'rnlDileJ ieojfrt
srtft sprovs efforts of tbls kloit to furnish blfth-tonril
th-rmlar literature at s low rlrlr.,, Con'jrfyatlmiaHtt.
''Ileliful to the tiest Interests of tbe family, and bj
far ths best periodical of Ita class." ChrMian .lifra-
eatt . "One ot ths most remsrksblo of lsts Journslls
tie bucci'Sbcb," Uhrittian Vnion. "Filled with choice
original matter from sifted pens." Watchman. "Hss
Rained Ihs rcenect and sffectlon of every community
Into which It has been Introduced," yotirnnf nf Kitu
rnHnn. "We know of no brighter, mors helpfot, snd
thoroughly sttractlTe publication of the sort publlsh-
d."-iiJwn'nr. "000.1 Cheer 1. s model or woe
such sfsmlly paper should be'-HnrrorJ fAiiranl.
"It Is In every senso oood throughout IB'" Tfper,
good print, Rood sense, good help, good "''r,l':!
(rood morals, snd slwsys Oood Cheer." Xlraeute
Abort are a few only oflhe thmuantU of good thingt mid of 0001) CltKEIt by the leading papert of the country. Kurybmly who Utket
or rcul (1001) VllKhUl rnyn goal thingt of it. II in emplialle-ally T1IK paper for the home circle -full of bright, clean, vholciome rcatling
for oil and young. There it not a line of trah in it. Jn quaMy n t au inni ine ocn writers can mane ii. in, price n u me encu'tse,
ofgooiUiterature eter pttbliihed. ZiTSent to all adcance-paging 1'lKKttIX tubtcribcrs for 25 ctntt a year.
OUR COUNTRY HOME. " Farm paper, hat already aehieted a remarkable tuccfu. Hit ttrictly agricultural in CMr.
acter and cotere the Khoti ground ofafarmert' paper, K'ual in value and completeneit to any of the $2 and papers, and tout but OO
centf a year. Sent to Good Cheer tubtcriberi for lilt cente.
THE Pllllir from ilxlf to J.innrr IHH for 1.50 (Jllllll ('IIEmt. IJ c.nls OL'll COOTllV HOML', 2) crnl.)
iiHliInK' '1'IIHl.E AI'KIIM-lt ttbole fumllj auliplr, for is yesr-for oialy ft.dO.
le.show this liberal offer to your neighbors. Bend orders to tbs l'IKENIX otBce, or (Ire nsmes to our Iocs) sgent or the postmtater In any town.
FRENCH & STEDM AN, Pubs. Vt. Phoonlx.
WE ANNOUNCE OUR
Annual Special Sale!
Commencing Saturday, Nov. 1.
WE SHALL OFFER GENUINE BARGAINS,
Which our special facilities have eiinhk'tl us lo obtniii, in
HANGING I AUDQ ... GLASS
TABLE LftlVlrOi SILVER
DECORATED DINNER SETS,
Decorated Tea Sets, Decorated Chamber Sets,
ODD PIECES IN CROCKERY, ETC.
A FULL STOCK NOW IN FOR FALL
AND WINTER WEAR !
A BI& LINE OF OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS.
Suits, Odd Coats, Vests and Pants, in all the latest styles
and colors, for Men, Youths and Boys.
It is a good time to "buy
Dry Goods now. Many things
are being sold at a loss to
either the manufacturer or
jobber. This sort of thing
doesn't last always. It will
pay close buyers to look at
many special bargains which
I have picked up.
In Iiitdies' Fall ami Winter Out
side (Jiiriuoiits wo aro now ready to
show the largest nnd most attract
ive stock of lino and medium cost
goods we have over shown.
"Wo havo tho excluslvo salo for
this section of tho Now York make
and imported garments which we
sell. Style, lit and price correct.
N. I. HAWLEY.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort Is tbs xaost uoocuful remody
I ever used." Dr. P. C. Ballou, Monkton, Vt.
"Kidney Wort li lwji rtUibla,"
Dr. II. N, Cl&rk, So. Hero, VU
"Kidney-Wort has cured my wife tUt two yMra
utfkrtnc," Dr, C. 21. Bummerlln, Bun IUU, a.
IM THOUSANDS OF CA8E8
it has cured where all elM hod foiled. It la mild,
buteffldent, CEltTAIN IN ITH ACTION, but
bArmlema in all casca.
I irl I dealt m tbe IIod and Btreartaeaa and
girt New life to all tho Important organ of
me ooay. -i ne natural acuon or tno Kidneys U
reitorod. The larcr La oleanaed of alldlaeaae,
and tha Dowel move freely and hoalthfully.
In thia way tho wont diMAfic aro eradloated
from the lyetem. Q
tsjcz, ti oo uqrn) oa dbt, bold bt zmuooim.
Dry can bo tent by mall.
WELLS, ItlCH AltDSOX At CO.riartlafftea Tt,
CLOTHS M CUSTOM SUITS
OVERCOATS, PANTS, ETC., IN FOR
EIGN & DOMESTIC GOODS MADE
TO ORDER IN LATEST STYLES.
Underwear in all grades aud colorsWhite and Fancy ShirtsCollars,
(.'nil's, Neckties, Hose, Cardigan Jackets, etc.
TRUNKS, BAGS & UMBRELLAS.
Prices as Low as the Lowest!
F. A. WHITNEY & CO.
Agonts for Troy Laundry.
WHO 18 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL
SEE UT EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
Curvi iVot JjIi
ulil or Muuir, Ap
ily Iuto noelrlla
Gli II u Trial
rfl 1 MVIk-ll80 ceuti by mail r?gl
tered. Sf nd for circular. Bimrle by mail 10 Cf lIi.
KLY UR0TIIEU3, DrujCKUti, 00, N, V,
To Cottiumiitlt ra. lVlllior'a CotlLlt
er Oil aud Lime bm now been btfore tbe publlo tweo
tr )eari. aDd baa itcadlly grown la fnvor aad appre
cUUoq. Tbla could not be I be case uulc-ee tbe pre pa'
ratlou wu of bfgb lotrlutlo Vi.ue, Tbe combloalion
of tbe Pboapbate of Lime wltb pure CoibLtvt-r Ol),
prepared br Dr. Wilbor. baa tirodacrd a Dew Dbaite lu i
tbe treat meat of Cooiawpttou and all dlaeaate of tbe
Ludr. Tbla article rau be taken by tbe moat delicate
Invalid witbout creating tbe dlfguatlDR uauira bleb
la aucb an objection to tbe Cod. Liver Ull ben taken
witbout Lime. It la prescribed by tbe regular faculty.
Bold br tbe itroDrletor. A. II. Wiludr. Cbmiat. Uu.
I ton, aud by all drugglnte.
Tbe atate of Mlcbisau baa more tban 1,600 mllea of
rallroad.and ICOO mllea of lake tranaportatlon.acboola
audeburrbea iu every county, public butldiDga all
faid for, and no debt. Ita soil aod climate combine
n produce large cropa, and It ! tbe beat fruit atate in
tbe uortbwnt. Several mllloua of acrea vt unoccu
pied and fertile Uoda are yet In tbe market at low prU
rti. The atate baa Uaued a FAklPIJLUT containing a
map, alio deacrlptlon of Ha aoll, cropa and geoer! re
aourcta, vblcb may b bad free of cuarfie by wrltlur
to tbe COMMISSIONED OP IMMIOltATION, De
troit, Mlcb. Ct. eow
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R y,
Dslne the Great Central Line, affords to trave'ers, br reason of It. unrivaled ceo
graphical position, the shortest and best route between the East, Northeast and
Southeast, and the West, Northwest and 8outhwest.
It Is literally and strictly true, that Its connections are all of the principal lines
of road between the Atlantlo and the Pacific.
Oy Its main line and branches It reaches Chicago, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawa,
La 8alle, Qeneseo, Mollne and Rock Island, In Illinois Davenport, Muscatine,
Washington, Keokuk, Knosvllle, Oskaloosa, Fairfield, Des Molnos, West Liberty,
Iowa City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon, Harlan, Cuthrle Centor and Council Bluffs,
In Iowa Oallatln, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leaven
worth and Atohlson In Kansas, and the hundreds of cities, villages and towns
"GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,"
As It Is familiarly called, offers to travelers all the advantages and comforts
Incident to a smooth track, safe bridges. Union Depots at all connecting points.
Fast Espress Trains, composed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED, WELL
HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES a line of the
MOST MACNIFICENT HORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS ever built I PULLMAN'S
latest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING CARS, and DINING CARS
that are acknowledged by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY
ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In which superior meals are served to travelers at
tho low rate of 8EVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH.
THREE TRAINS each way between CHICACO and the MI880URI RIVER.
TWO TRAINS each way between CHICACO and MINNEAPOLIS and 8T. PAUL,
via the famoua
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
A New nnd Direct Line, via Seneca and Kankakee, has recently been'opened
between Uowport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and La Fayette!
and Council Dluffs, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Intermediate points.
All Through Passengers carried on Fast Espress Trains.
For moro detailed Information, see Maps and Folders, which may be obtained, as
well as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices In tho United States and Canada, or of
R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOHN,
Vlce-Pree't & Gen'l Manager, Cen'l T'k't 4. Pass'r Ag't,
Preparatory to moving into my NEW STORE in Ry
ther's Block, I shall sell for the
NEXT 15 DAYS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
In order to reduce my stock, consisting of
GLOVES, MITTENS, CARDIGANS. HOSIERY, NECKWEAR OP THE
LATEST SHAPES, &o., SCOTCH CA1S. PUB CAPS.
COLLARS ii CUFPS 2 CENTS EACH.
I liavo n .'inv linllitlo nnd Dog COATS, plain nutl bfiaver Irlininincs
that I will make bottom prices on.
Ko other coniplalntf are no mUl:out In thej
Attack uOi'rMjatlectliig ite throat ami lui p:
iioneno tritll villi by the niajotlty vt iu(t r
ert. The orJimry cough or cold, rtftu.t..:
Itrrhai from a trltiuig or uncomciuti tx
jf.sure, it ofun hut the begiuiiirg of a Imu.
rickiiers. AYCK' CHLliRY Thci-iiui.
vrll iroTn it efficacy in a forty jeniV Cfiht
Mtth throat and lutm Uieaif, jijJ huuU Lo
Uken iu all cosei ntthout delay,
A Terr! hip Couch Cured.
" In 1WT I took a jttre cold, which lft cd
my lunjii. 1 had a U rrlhle cough, and tn 1
iiittht alter night without ile-j. n.ethK-t.it
g.ivt9iueup. I tried AVEK'a CllF.itli Hi
toKALt which relieved my luiigi, iiKluctd
uleep, an J afforded mo tho rent itect-Marr
for the recovery of my ttrength. iSy tin
continued use of the rrtTORAL a irrnia
rent cure uai effected. I am now C'j )i-aii
old, halu and hearty, and am autieBcd juur
ClltliUV 1'iCTOItAI, MTftl ine.
Kocklugham. Vt., J uly 15, le-'.
Croup. A Mother Tribute.
" While In the country last winter my lltllo
lny, three 3 eart old, v as taken 111 with croup,
it fH-emed at tf he would die from t rang il
lation. One of the family suggested the tud
Of AKH'S ClIEHKV iTCTOHAL, A bottle Of
which always kept in the houie. Thi
w:n tried in small and frequent d-es, and
to 'ur delight iu lets than half an hour the
little patient was breathing easily. The doc
Wr 4id that the Cut nil V 1'EtTOHAi. had
:trrd my darling's life. Can )ou wonder at
our gratitude? bincerely jours,
.Mb. Kmma firi.vF.y.M
1W West Iltb St., Sew York, May 1C,
"I hare uwd Avrn's Cnritnv Tmtoral
In my family for several ear. nnd do not
he iuto to pronounce tt the n .t ttlectual
rt-titoh for cougha and colds we liare ever
tried. A. si. t'IU.L"
lake Crjstal, Minn., ilarch 13, lt-o
' I ulferM for eight years from Ttronchttls,
mi l altortr)ing muny remedies with no sue
e.'j4. 1 waa cured b) the use of AVUi'a Clien-
V, I'l TtlltAL. Jottl'U WALULX."
lualu, Mls., April 5. lf-.
" 1 cannot wiy enough in praise of Avi na
('lumiY I'ei-tokal, lelieiiig as 1 iV that
but fr ita use I should long i-tuco havt dud
I om lung troubles K. HaAbbuN."
l'dlesttue. Teiaj, April 22, 1-fe'.'.
.So caw of an atTectlon of the throat or
luiijri exists which cannot be greatly reliered
l- thn ue of AVER'S CHEKItV I'ttTOUAL,
')( 11 rtill altrngi cure when tho d.teaee 11
joi already bejond the control of medicluc.
dd by all I)nuc2Ut&
STATK r 'EIl.n.fT.Mirlberfi8M. '
The rrohtte Coart for Ml j Dtntrlcts
To all persons InterMted In the estate of Hansi.
UAf IIAULEy, late of Braltleboro, In said dlstrlcf
Whereas GEO, H. BELLECK hat presented to this
Court an Instrument purporting to be tbe Uit WHUf
Hid decessed, for ProUlet Yon art hereby notlflt.ti
that tbls Court will decide upon tbe probate or um
Instrument at a session thereof to be held st tbe Pro.
bateomceln Urattleboro on the last Hstnrday of o.
vember, 1B44, when and where you miy at pear sad
contest the same, if you see csuse.
H K. W. BTOUDAttl), Hfglatt r.
STATE OK VKIl.tlOXT, Marlboro fis '
The Trobate Court for said DIMrirt
lo stl persons Interested In tho estate of CIIAl'V.
CEY THAYKU.Iate of Vsrnon,dcceasel, Oreetioff
You are hereby notified that this court will Wid
upon the allowanre of tbe account of MAltBHAlL
IsKK, Executor upon said Estate, aod decree dlitnbu.
tlon thereof to the persons entitled, at tbe ipion
thereof to bo held at the probate office In Urattleboro
on tbe last Saturday of Nov'r, lfW. when and where
you may be heard in the premises, if you see citii
E. fr. BTODl)AUD, ngiater.
DTATK Or VEIt.fKI.-VT, MarlhnroBS.
O The Probate Court for said District
To all persons interested In the est it r. of ELEANOR
11 PEHHY, late of sOummerstoo in said dlstrlct,dcess
Ym sre hereby notified that this Court will decide
upon lbs allowance of the accountof A.lt.lJalley, eireu
tor of the last Will of said deceased, atiddecrcedittrl--butlon
thereof to the persons entitled, at the sesaioa
thereof to be held at the 1'robste office In Ilrattlebnro
on tbe last Saturday of November, A. IU 881, when sod
where you msy be beard In ths premie, if you st
cause. 43 E. W. BTODDAHD, hgiiiter.
STATE Or VEIt.nOST, Marlboro Mi.
The Probate Ourtfor sid Witrlct.
To all persons Interested In tbe eUte of EUN
DOVLEJateof Keene, In tbe state of New Hampshire
You are hereby notified that this Court will decide
upou tbe Allowance of the accouut of I), K, UEALEr
Administrator, with wilt annexed, upon ssld estate
and decree diatributlon thereof to the persona entitled
at the sesaion thereof to be held at tbe Probate OlSra
In Urattleboro on tbe last Ksturdsy of November, A. D,
1881, when and where you msy be heard In the premis
es, if you see cause.
E. W. BTOUDAKD, Iteglster.
QTATE Or VEll.TlO.t T, MarlhoroHB.
O Tbe Probate Court for ssld Diatrirt.
To all persons Interested in tbe Estate of PEtttz
BICE, late of Htrsttwo, In said District, deceased,
Ynn sre hereby notified that E. WEBSTEIt MKI.
ENUY, Aduilulatrstur, with tbe will aouexed, up.
said eatate, bas presented to tbls court a petition
prsylng for Jlceose to sell the whole of tbe real
estate of isld deceaaed, and also has filed what
purports to be the con tut of all tbe httrs resid
ing in this atate to such sale, and that tbla court win
decide on said petition sta session thereof lobe held at
tbe Probate Offlc In Urattleboro In aaid district on tbs
last Halurday of Noternbr,A.I).18,U, wben snd where
you msy appear and be hi srd in the premtea,if you
see cause. 48 E. W. STODDAltD, Itegiitr.
Ci TATE Or VKIinOXT, Marlboro 8S.
J The Probate Court for said District.
To all persons interested in tbe estate of GKATIl
WILLAItl), Iste of Halifax in said district, deceaKd,
Greet to 2.
Whereas II EN It Y J. IUCHMOND bas rresented to
thtacourt fr probate an instrument pnriorting to be
tbe laat Ulll of said deceased for probate: YuU sre
hereby notified that this court will decide upon tbe pro
hate of said instrument at tbe semlon thereof to be
held at the Probate Office in Braltleboro, in aald dis
trict, on the Ut Saturday of November, 1894. wlfo
and where you msy appear and contest tbe same, tf
you see cause. 44 E. W. HTODDABD, Iteglater.
TATE Oft VEIinO.lfT, Marlbnro SB.
The Probate Court for said D.atrict,
To all perrons Interested In tbe Estate of LEON
AUD KNAPP, late of Urattleboro, In said District, de
Yon are nereny notmeu mat tuis court wlh decide
upon tbe allowance of the account of BETH N. HEE
11ICK, Kxecntor upon raid eatate, and decree dis
tribution thereof to the persons entitled, st tbs sesaion
thereof to be held at tbe Probate Office in Brattleboro
on the last Saturday of November, 1894, wben and
where you may be beard In the premlaes, tt you see
cauae. 44 E. W. STODDABD, Register.
WORKS OF ART,
ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING.
HEHBY, JOHNSON & LOUD,
Burlington, Tl., rroprietort of
For Itheumatlsm, A'curalola
Cramps, Sprains, liacltache)
Sciatica, llitrns ami Scalds)
llrutses, Frosted Feet J Ears!
ana all other Fains and Aches.
A. safe, sure, wl effectual!
remedy for dulls, iitralns
Scratchrn, Sores, iCc on Horses.
One trial will prove its merits.
Its effects are instantaneous.
Price 23c. and BOc. Bold everywhere.
Foil aaaortment of ths above, aiwe.l as of tbe celebra-
aaie or an leaun
erics, I'lostes, etc., for saw
Uisi dealers, toll
lliiutrated l'umDhlet. with rulea fur Khiltlntr. Km.
Irolderft Crochet, etc, sent for 10 cents In stamps.
waste xmuroiaery mil. aasonea colors, 40 cents pr
ounce, Waate.Bewunj tilllt, illault oraasorted, wnti
EUREKA SILK GO.
STATK Or VEIt.n.T, Marlbnro SS.
The Probate Court for aald Dlatrict.
To all persons Interested In tbe estate of DANIEL
COPELAND, late of WardboroIn said dlatrict, de
You are hereby notified that this Court will decide
upon tbe allowance of the account of D. A. HAM
MOND, Administrator upon said Estate, wftb tbs
will annexed, and decree diatributlon thereof to tbe
peraona entitled, at tbe seaaton thereof to be held at
the Probate office In Urattleboro on tbe Uat Satnrday
of November, 18M, when and where you mi) appear
and be beard in the premises, if you see cause.
44 E. W. STODDARD, Repistr.
STATE or VF,ltnO,1T, MarlboroSS.
Hy tbe iTLbite Court for said District.
To all whom It may concern, Greetlns.
You are hereby notified ALBERT M. JOHNSON,
Guardian of V alter A. Johnson, inford E, Job d too
and Annie A. John aoD, minors, bas mads application lo
writing to thia court for llcenaeto sell the whole of tbs
real taute of bis said wsrds, on the ground that inch
sale will be beneficial to bl aald wards, and that tbla
court will decide upon said application at the teuton
thereof to be held at tbe Probate Office in Brsttleboro,
In said diitrict, on the last Saturday of November, A.D.
184, when and where you may be heard in tbeprem
lses. If you see cause.
44 E W, STODDtRD.
STATE Or VEIl.TtO.T, Wentmioiter SS.
Tbe Probate Court for said District
To all peraoDS Interested lnthe Estate of LEONABD
BLANCHAKD, late of Putney, lu said dUtrtct, deceas
Whereas FRANCES BLACK, tbe Executrix therein
named, has presented to this Court an iottrnmect
rurporttojriobe the last Will of aald deceaaed, for
probate; You are hereby notified that tbla court will
decide upon the probate of said Inatrument at a an
slon thereof to b? held at tbe residence of A. Stoddard
fn Westminster, in said dlatrict, on tbe 25th day of
November, A. D. 1994, when and where you may ap
pear aod con teat the aame. If you see csnse.
44 0. U. EDDY, Register.
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