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We are Moving LOTS OF SUITS, ODD PANTS AND OVERCOATS. EVERY LOOKER BECOriES ... . . Never such Low Prices before made on a Fine Up to date stock of Clothing and Furnishings. SPRUNG OVERCOATS. A lot of Spring Overcoats, light and dark colors, (8.00 and 10.00 st vies down to $5.75 and $6.25. $12 00 styles down to $5.50. $15.00 styles down to $9.25. A big stock of Umbrellas, Bath Robes, Ladies' and Men's Hand Bags all cut to close them out. Remember this store's reputation for having the largest and best selected stock in this section. Only a few days more of these unheard of bargains. BOYS' SPRING OVERCOATS. A lot of Bovs' Sorintr Overcoats down from $5. 00 to $3.75. They are made of fine fabrics and in the latest styles. No goods charged during this sale. J. J. FENTON & CO , Bellows Falls. THE Ur-TU-UATE FURNITURE HOUSE ! Where everything Nevund First Class can be found at LIVING 0 GO-CARTS IN ALL STYLES. CHASE FURNITURE CO Connected by Segal 2frtertteement. Ad aline . Arthur Estate. STATS OF TFBMnNT, The Probate Ourt Westminster a. for t-Hld District. To all person- int. re t d in (he estate of Ada line K. Arthur late of Grafton. In hhH nig. trtct, 'cease-i. GREETING. Ton are tereby notified thut this Court will decide upon the allowance ol the account of Cbai lr-a 11. Wl limns. Administrator upon aid Ett ai e, and de ree attribution thereof to the pomons c tttl d at in- session thereof . LH3 lldJU HI but) rnJUWVUUIGl' III DUJIUWI Tall n the th day of May, A. D. 18H9, when and where yon may be heard In the prem : laes, fl yon aeo minse. ZINA H. ALLBEE, Register. Daniel Campbell Estate. : STATE OF VERMONT. J Th Probate Court WeBtmin-ter, ms. t for sild Dl-t'ict- Ti : all persons intern ted In the estue of Unnlel - Camnbel1. late of Buckingham 1 said l'l-r tr ct d. cea ed. GKEKT NO. Ton are hereby notified that 'his Court will decid upon the allowance of the account of B K. Campbell and P. H Hadley, execn tors nron said e-tate and decree dis trlbntlon thereof to the persons entitled, at the session thereof to be held at the Probate Office in Bellows Fulls on the 6th .day of May, A. D. 189... when and where 70a nay be heard In the prem'ses. If von see jLiA a. 11. AL.jLiin.., uegister. Luseba 0. Smith Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, The Probate Court Westminster, ss. ) for said District. To all persons interested in the es ate of Luseba G. Hmlth, late of Rockingham. In said Dla trlot, eceasd GREETING Ton are bereDy notified that this Court will decide npon the allowance of the account of I. . rarr. Administrator nnon said state, and decree distribution thereof to the persons entitled, at the session thereof o De neia at me tr rooate omce in Bellows Falls on the 0th day of May A. D. law, when and where you may be heard in the premises. If you see cause. ZINA H. ALLBEE, Register. William Cronin Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, I The Probate court Westminster, ss. I for said District. To all persons interested In the estate of Wil liam Cronin, late of Windham, In said dls trtet, deceased. GREETING. Whereas, Sl'as W. Stuart, Administrator wpon the estate of William Cronin, late of Windham In said district, deceased, has filed bis netltlon in this Court setting forth that the sale of the whole of the real estate of said deceased will be beneficial to the heirs and all nersons interested therein, and Braying for license to sell the same, and at ia same time filed In this Conrt what pur- forta to be the oonsent in writing of all the sirs residing in this State to such sale. Whereupon it ia ordered that the same be n.rd at the session of said Court to be held t the Probate Office la Belio s Falls on the U day of at., A. D. WW, when and - where J" may be beard ia the premises if ti see eaase- SUA X. ALLBIB, SagUtw, A Buyer ! PRICES! Telephone. Cynthia L. Palmer's Estate. STATE OF TERMOMT, The Probate Court Westmlnxter, 8S. for said District, To all per-ons Interested in the estate of Cynthia L Palmer, late of Grafton, In ssid dis trict, deceased. Grektiuq. Whereas, John A. Pettengill has pre sented to this Court an Instrument pur porting t" be the last Will of said deceased, for probate : You are hereby notified that this Court will decide upon the probate of said Instrnmen at the t-esslon thereof to be held at the Probate Office in Bellows Falls, In said District, on the 6th day of May, A. D 1899, when and where you may appear and oontest the same, if von see cause. ZINA H. ALLBEE. Beglster. Henry Evans' Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, By the Probate Westminster, ss. I Court for said Dls trict. To all persons Interested In the estate of Hen y Evan', late of Rockingham, in said District, deceased, GREETING. . Ton are hereby notified that this court will decide upo" the allowance of the account of Josiah B. Dlvoll, Administrator upon said estate, and decee distribution thereof to the persons entitled, at the session thereof to be held at the Probate Office In Bellows Falls on the 6th day of May, A. D. 189. when and where yon may be heard in the premises If you see cause. ZINA H. ALLBEE, Begliter. John Robertson Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, The Probate Court Westminster, ss. I for said District, to all persons interested in the estate of John Robertson, late of Rockingham, In said dis trict deceased, Greeting Ton are hereby notified that this Court will decide npon the allowance of the account of Chas. V Robertson. B R. Robert- erts-in and John Elmba 1, Exeoutors npon said Estate, and decree dis tribution thereof to the nersons entitled. at the session thereof to be held at the Pro bate Office In Bellows Falls, on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1899, when and where yon may oe neara in tne premises, u you see cause. ZlkA H. ALLBEE, Register. Eliza M. Searles' Estate. STATE OF VERMONT. Westminster, as. , I The Probate Court ( for aald Dlatrtot. To all persons interested in the estate of Eliza M. Searles, late of Rookingham, deceased. UKavriNU, Whereas. Stark IMnn baa nmuntiid to this Court an Instrument purporting to be the last Will of aald deceased, for probate: i ou are nereDy conned that this court wul decide npon the probate of said Instrument at the session thereof to be held at the Pro bate Office in Br Hows Falls, in aald district, on the 6th dav of Mav. A. D 189. when and where yon may appear and contest wie amine, u you see cause. . ZINA H. ALLBEE. Register, OeWitf Little Early RUers WVn r,MM It,. I. !! Ce Minute Cough Cure, cure. laws se win i fH Bellows Falls Times. WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1899. Vermont News. The town of Hewfane boast a maplo tree that has yielded from 48 to 84 pounds nf sugar annually for more than 40 years. One year it yielded 14 gallons or syrup, equal to Hi poueasor sngar. The substantial farm-house of Fred Shat tuck at Hariland was nearly wrecked by an explosion of dynamite which he bad placed upon heated freestone to thaw. Mr. Shat tuok had gone out of the hoe to prepare for a blast, and was returning, when the door he was soon to enter by carne oat to meet him. The walls, windows, doors and flooring were badly shattered, but fortunately the family were not at home on Wednesday. TJo In Bridsewater. a Windsor oonntr town. where) the people are still enjoying upward of lu nays Ol continuous sieiKUing, toe eneois of eold weather have been neutralised by the gold-mining fever. There have been numer ous reported finds in this and the adjoining town of Plymouth in the last few years. A mining oompany, which has Dr. Benjamin Fagnant as president, will begin active operations with Joseph Fagnant sup erintending the work as soon as the ground will admit of it. Dr. Fagnant says that in opening 90 veins the ore assays from 135 80 to npward of $100 to the ton, and the enthu siastic townspeople wonder why Yermonters eould be attracted to the human delusion and suffering in barren Klondike, when Windsor county fields promise so much to the pro specting miner. The Ettey organ oompany's phonorium, which regaled the Vanderbift-Fair wedding guests at Herman Oelrich's New Tork home. was praised bv the wedding guests- and the reporters. The company olaim an inoi easin g demand for this instrument. It is claimed that no town has suffered greater damage than Woodstock from the caterpillars, which were so numerous in the maple park fronting the Woodstock Inn that it became necessary to turn the hose npon them, and bushels of the creeping insects oould have been gathered frm the ground nnderneath. The villagers fear that these stately maples will fail to renew their foliage the coming season. Henry Cushing, one of the town's leading sugar-makers, claims that one-half of his orchard is dead, and is accord ingly disposing or bis buckets and utensils. Carlos Adams elaims a loss of two-thirds ol his fine orchard, and, so sapless are the trees, that no foil? is again expected. P. O Ken dall has cut 160 of his sugar trees, which are found to be perfectly dead. WESTMINSTER WEST. Miss Mabel Goodhue returned to her school at Bellows Falls last Saturday. Everett Goodhue is home from Dartmouth. Miss Stella Goodell went to Colerain. Mass.. last Saturday, where she has a position in a graded school. Mr. and Mrs. Catting are housed with hard colds. Mrs. Loren Goodell is quite sick with a cold : Mr. Goodell is able to be out. Miss Alice Brai'ey has Mrs. Dickerson of Putney sewing for her. Mis Helen Campbell returned from Hart ford the first of the week. Miss Nellie Cutting went to Brattlebnro last Wednesday to attend the teacher's exam ination. If the one who took the carpet from the piaxxa at the Hall house will call, be can have the piece which wfes dropped in the road, as Mr. Dinsmore has no use for it and it may help oat. Sugaring has commerced at last, but sugar is made io small quantities as yet. Miss Jennie Goodell returned to Maiden. Mass., last Tuesday. Mrs. Darlirg returned to her home in Windsor la-t Saturday, alter getting the Hall house ready for her mi.tber and nncie. There seems to b quite a good deal of steal- irg going on in this place. Mr Kind lost five gallons of maple syrup and Charles Hall several bags of grain. We need a detective. The Atohersons. Guv Mark and Frank Gove were the Sunday guests at J. P. Ran ney'a. Miss Carrie Wellman is not so well: she seems to have some throat trouble. H. P. Dinsmore offers his farm for sale t see ad. in another column. GRAFTON. Mrs. V. A. Wilbur returned from Alstead Sunday. Miss Fannie Hall returned from Buffalo Saturday, where she has been spending a month with her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Bancroft Miss Irene S to well visited in Houghton- ville the first of the week. Band meeting Saturday evening. Remember the drama this week Thursday and Friday. The souvenir edition issued by the Times is a nice piece of work and will be a handy reference book in the future. Herbert Loveland has moved to the Law- ton farm above M. M. Joy's. Ernest Faiibank has retained to Millers Falls Robins, bluebirds and phosbes are seen and heard here, but not in large numbers. Walter Cambridge, from St. Mark's school. Southboro, Mass., was in town last week. ALSTEAD. James T. Murdongh of western New Tork has been spending a few days with his" oousin, C. E. Mardongh. A goodly number of the village people at tended the sugar supper at the vestrv of the Congregational church last Thursday night and ei joyed the excellent supper and new ugar. Mrs. C. E. Cooke was in the village Sun day and left Monday m rnirg for Hnllis, where she was called by the death of her aged mother. There will he a fast day service in the Con gregational church next Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Miss Lena Cooke is planning to open a millinery (-hop in the Tufts block for Miss Hutchinson nt springnnld. This will supp'y long felt need in the village and vicinitv and we prophesy a liberal patronage for her. tier opening wiu oe next Wednesday and Thursday. Quite a company of our village people at tended the concert given by the Dartmouth glee club at Rellows Falls last Mondav night. Char'es Rogers of this village being one of me ciuo. Invitations are out for the golden weddine of Mr. and Mrs 8. H Randall next Monday afternoon at their home here. Robert Lovell cajoe home from Nashua last Monday. John Dickey finishes work for FT. A Lovell this week and goes next week to Wal. pole where he will be employed in the store oi irerry ol rorwr, F. G. Webster commenoed honsekeenina this week in tLe house recently vacated bv u : r u i J U1B WW IMUIIljT. F. W. Sherwin has purchased Mrs. Wilev'a i a . OUUH UU OUDIDIVT S.I OOb. Leslie Forristall returned to his work in Brockton, Mass., alter a two weeks vacation, EST WESTMORELAND. Mrs. Albert Chickenng and George W. T- Wilour are on tne sick list. Mrs. J. E. Fuller remains very feeble. Mrs. Addle J. Knowlton has returned from hex visit in waipole. Bessie W. Fuller ia visiting her brother Kooert in Ayer, Mass. SumneT Parker nf Keene has commenced work on toe farm lor Mrs. Hager. George fl. Hall and family are boarding wim nia mouier, jars. v. u. jraraer. There is not much sugar made in this vicin ity this season. Rev. L F Shepardson, hving,resigned his pastorate here on account of ill health, has moved to Parkhill where he has secured a pleasant hf-mo where he can rest. His many friends here regret his departure. May heaven's richest blessing rest npon him and his family and jov and peace be with them through these coming years; they left many uniiya uhi uv mi vuvwj ui tau pise. A call has been extended to O W. Kimball of Meriden to become pastor of the Baptist harcb here He ba not accepted vet. The .Sunday school, the T. P S C. X and the a weekly fxfu metis will be msU1m4 b a few feeble workers with the help of the Divine Master, until he finds some one who will take op the cross and be willing to come to this part of God's vineyard to labor for the saving or souls. Fraud: Our competitors will soon plaoe in your papers a flaring advertisement in whieh thev sav it ia impossible for one dye stuff to color silk, wool and cotton. They do this to keep yon from trying Putnam's Fadeless Dyes, which color either silk, wool or cotton, for they know that if yon ever use Pntnsm'a Fadeless Dyes once yon will never use their goods again. Bold at fierce s rnarmaoy. ACWORTH. Dr. Thomas Hiland, a retired physioian formerly residing in Concord, who now owns the Dr Brook place in this village which is ocenpied by Dr.-Hurok, has shipped to the latter his entire library, surgioal, eleorical and optical instruments, and has donated the use of them to him until he may wish to dispose of them otherwise. James T. Murdongh of Belfast, N. T., is visiting his aoole, Horace Murdongh, and other relatives here. Not much of a flow of sap as yet, but per haps the new moon may cause it to drop a little. There is to be a sugar party at the obnroh vestry Wednesday evening, when William Mitchell will talk on what he experienced in the late war. Free of Charge. Any adult suffering from a cold settled on the breast, bronohitis, throat or lung troubles of any nature, who will call at the drag store of W. D. Knowlton ft Co., Walpole, N. H., will be presented with a sample bottle of Boschee's German Syrup.free of oharge.Only one bottle given to one person, and none to children without an order from parents. xo tnroai or lung remedy ever had anon-a sale as Boschee's German Svrun in all parts of the civilised wo Id. Twenty years ago millions of bottles were given away, and your druggists will tell you its success was marvelous. It is really the only Throat and Lang Remedv generally endorsed by physi cians. One 70 cent bottle will cure or prove its value. Sold by dealers in all civilised countries. ROCKINGHAM. Spring term of school began Monday of last week with twenty scholars. Miss Katherin O'Brien teacher ; Superintendent Cox visited the school Thursday. The dance at Lovell Hall. Tuesday evening of last week was attended by twenty-five couples. Hot maple sugar, hot rolls and other good things made up an attractive bill of fare at supper. Mrs. A P Pollard and daughter Madeline, and Mrs. Dr Knight and two sons of Bellows Falls are spending a few davs with their mother, Mrs. Lovell. Mr. George Buchanan and son Charles, are in Antrim visiting among old friends. Red Hot from the Quo was the ball that, hit G. B Steadman of New ark, Mich., in the Civil War. It caused hor rible u:cers that no treatment helped for twenty years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures cuts, bruises, burns, boils, felons, corns, sain eruptions. Best pile cure on earth and the best talve in the world. 25 cents a box. Sold at Pierce's Pharmacy. SO. ACWORTH. Clifton Metcalf of Dover, former resident of this town, is visiting friends in this vicinity Freman Flarety has returned to Graton, Mass. Mrs H. L. Sibley is under Dr. Huvck's care; Mrs. Dexter is doing the house work. FrankLufkin has some 1 200 trees tanned on the Murdongh place but there hasen't been a good run of sap as yet. Rev C. V, French is carrying on C. B Cumming's sugar lot. Frank Lulkin sold a horse recently to go down country. Frank Stowell and Ralph Lufkin of Unity, were at Frank Luf kin's Friday. C. B. Cummings sold a horse last week. A lszy liver makes a lazy man. Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural, never failing remedy for a lazy liver. Ordinary household accidents have no ter rors when there's a battle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the medicine chest. Heals bums, cuts, bruises, sprains. Instant relief. It's the little colds that grow Into big colds : the big colds that end in consumption and death. Watch the little colds. Dr. Woods's Norway Pine Syrup. Eczema, tcald head, hives, itchiness of the skin of any sort, instantly relieved, perma nently cured. Doan's Ointment. At any drng store. EAST LEMPSTER. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pitkin of Hillsboro is stopping with friends in town. Walter Terrell is helping William Gee make sugar and Urtna Hodgeman is assisting Mrs, Gee with her housework. Arthur Hodgeman is at work for H. D Nichols. Rev. Wm. A. Hudson left Tuesday morn' ing for conference wv ich is held at Lancaj. ter. He is rot expected to preach in Lemp ster another year. Clifton Baker will work for Charles Booth through the sugar season. Mrs. Terrell has been under the doc'os's care but is reported to be more comfortable at this writing. The roads are getting to be quite bad in some places and everything looks more like spring. QRAIN.0 BRINQS RELIEP. to the coSee drinker Coffee drinking is a ha'iit that is universa'lv indulged in and al most as universally injurious Have you tried Grain-Of It is a most like Cf flee but the ef fects are just the opposite. Coffee upsets the stomach, ruins the digestion, effects the heait ana disturbs tne whole nervous system. Grain-O tones n p the stomach, aids digestion and strengthens the nerves. There is noth ing but nourishment in Grain-O It can't be otherwise. 10 and 25c cents per package. ATHENS. The Souvenir Edition of the Tikes was re ceived by our people with much pleasure. Amy Griffith of Keene is spending some time with her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Bali. Martin Bailey of Ludlow snent Wednesday with nis daughter, Mrs A. a. Powers. Flora Bemis is at work at Ssxtons River. Sherman Oaks hsd the misfortune to lose one of his oxen by accident recently. S. J. Weaver of Cambridgenort is assisting a., rf. nestings tnrougnine sugar season. AN DOVER. George Dlmick of Proctorsville was at his grandfather's, William Rowell's, last Thurs day. F. A. Clark returned to Boston recently after making bis mother, Mrs. J. Clark, short visit. STOCKINGS are seamless In the toe and heeL Extra instep room, assuring dura bility, ease and comfort. J. C. Day & Co. Snow an elegant II. of Silk Wa-tfi. Shirt Vaiati. bilt Moreen. Linen and Sat - I Ma r etaooata aad Pamela. 1 La Forres. Barnes was on the stek list last weea. W. A, Felt It spending some time at Bos- IUUI Mist Alice Burlingame of Worcester is the gueai OI MM u. M. Uutterson. Allie Bate lelder has returned to hit home at Chester to attend school and Moses King i. u.iiiiu j. n. uutterson in the sugar or chard. Gertie Dimiok of Proctorsville is the guest ui uor grauupareuis, Mr. and Mrs. William Kowell. Mrs. Samuel Farrar, who has been a great sufferer for a long time died on last Saturday. 1 he funeral services will be on Tuesday. She leaves a husband, two daughters snd two sons to mourn her loss. We extend our heartfelt sympathies to them in their sorrow. For a .quick remedy and one that it per fectly safe for children let nt recommend One Minute Cough Cure. It ia excellent for croup, hoarseness, tickling in the throat and coughs. Pierce's Pharmacy. BBATTLEBORO. Anson L. Pettee, 68, a long-time dentist in Brattleboro and the father of Dr. F. 6. Pet. tee, died at Flandreau, S. D , Saturday. Dr, Pettee had been practicing bis profession st Sioux Falls and Flandreau for noward of 10 years and was supposed to be in his nsual health until the receipt of a telegram last evening by his ton announcirg his serions illness. He was born at Readsboro. April 17. 1883, and was the eldest eon of Dr A. L. Pettee, Wilmington's long time physioian. He lived with his familv and a brother.Henrv C. Pettee, at Monticello, Ga., when the civil war broke out and was drafted into the con federate service. At the suggestion of sever al Jasper county friends, he organized the S'i I Georgia regimental band. The Monti cello company, the famous "Jasper Blues," carried a beautiful silk flag bearing on one sitte the inscription "The Jasper Blues" and atd on the other "Victory or Death"wrought in gold letters bv admirinir southern belles. This is the flag taken to Bucksport, Me., in 1855 by Lieut Andrew B. Spurling, and which for 80 years has hung On the walls of Opt. E. T.Emerson's summer home at Lake A'amoosook.a short distance from Bnoksnort. The owner, in response to an Atlanta Consti tution item, describing the flag, will soon ! sena ii to tne company s only surviving offi cer, Lieut. W. P. Persona, of Monticello, where but a dozen survivors and some of the women who assisted in making the flag are still living. Cant. Emerson expresses sreat pleasure in returning this trophy altera long cherished hope that such an opportunity would be given him. Beauseant oommanderv. Knichta Temnlar. had arranged to send a delegation to the fu neral of George A Brooks at Orange Sunday, when word was received that the dead sol dier's mother preferred a private funeral. Fletcher Carruthers. proprietor of the Sun- set paper mills, is critically ill at the home of mra. Ainerion on Harris place. Mrs. F. W.Childs and Mrs. Marir&rat Gattv returned from Providential, N. C, Wednes day evening. Col. and Mrs. Richards Bradlev have re. turned to their Brattleboro summer home. Rev. Harry Miles of Hartford ocennied the Congregational pulpit Sunday. J. G. Ullerv and F. L. Houtrhton went tn Boston Friday tor a few days. The Baptist church at its annual meeting elected these officers: Clerk and treasurer, Fred S KnigLt; suditor, J E. Hall; mem bers of the standing committee, S H. War ren Bnd S. W. Edgett; benevolence commit tee, H F. C. Toedt and George 8. Phillips; baptismal committee, Mrs. Anna Brocking ton, Mrs W S Stearns, MrB. S W. Edgett, Thomas Pent and, J. H. AUen and Don. A. ni aer. The settlement nf the estates of Edward A. and Le ic Williamson Tyler results in an agreement between their administrators that Mrs. I yltr s estate pay to Mr Tyler's estate a sum to make it solvent. The balance of Mrs. Tyler's nrooertv will iro to her father. Isaac H. Williamson. . Miss Alice C Whitney, a former resident and a sister of S. B. Whitney, organist of the Church of the Advent, of Boston, and George jj cascom were married at the Kutland home of F. H. Chapman Wednesday by Rev. T. B. Foster. They will live at Ticonderoga. ' The Congrrgationaliets will hold their Fri day evening i ieeting at 7 45 instead of 7 30: the Sunday evening services will begin at 7 30 instead of 7 and the Christian Endeavor meeting comes at 6 30 instead of 6 15. Dr. H D. Holton has been in attendance upon M. E. Cobb of Putney, who was oper ated upan at the Mary Fletcher hospital in Burlington this week. Speaker Haskins has been in Mnntnelier this week in consultation relating to the pro posed state-house annex authorized by the last legislature. , Dr. M. L. Bruce, assisted bv a Boston so cialist, fuccessfullv onerated on Fred Ford of Townshend for appendicitis Thursday even ing. The check list has been posted for the annual village meeting May 2. There will uo an attempt to aeieat tne present board ol bailiffs. Thomas Cain has been annointed adminis trator of Edward Higginson's Hinsdale, N. H , estate. C. F. Thompson attended an international committee meeting at Montpelier Thursday. x uere were delegates present trom tour differ ent religious societies, and the object nf the meeting was to consider the combination ot the various small churches io the different villages of the state, thus materially decreas ing the number of struggling societies. A lew friends of Col. and Mra. Kittredce Harkins met at his residence Saturday even ing to dedicate the lovirg-cup which was pre sented to him at the last session of the Ver mont legislature. It was the occasion of Col. Ha-kins's birthday. Mr. and Mrs E S. Adsit were the guests of Col. and Mrs Kittredge Haskins Friday, stopping on their wy to New York. Miss Alice Babbitt, daughter of Rev. J. H Babbitt of West Bratt.eboro, is critically ill at her hrnne there. Mrs. Arthur McLane is ill at the home of her lather, It V. Ciessey, on High street. Not one child dies where ten formerly died from croup. People have learned the va'ue of One Minute Cough Cure and use it for severe lung and throat troubles. It immedi ate ly stops coughing. It never fails. Pierce's Pharmacy. TOWNSHEND. Florencs Sanders has gone to Brattleboro to work in the millinery store ot Donnell & uavis Fred Derry and Herbert Johnson spent ounaay, wiin waiter Austin in Andover. Daisy Pratt hat gone to Grafton to work for Marshall Wright. Frank Gale ia On the lick list. Alroy Snow is very sick with pneumonia witn nut little nope ot his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Holland were in Bos ton last week. Ii is expected that Mrs. Hoi. land will return with a full line of millinery goods, which will be displayed in Mrs. A H. stetson s tront room, a he is to nave a lady trimmer irom Boston. Miss Carrie Allen of Jamaica is at work for W. S. Holland. Miss Mabel Martin is gaining slowly. Oscar Dean, Jr., is moving in with Maggie Ladd. Mr. Jenksof Pepperill, Mast., ia atG. P. Winslow's. Martin Perry is to carry on C. H. Gould's tugar place this season. G. I. Prat4 has began building a bam for R. G. CashiLg. C. H. Gould is building a new addition to hit buildings in shape of a new woodshed. Several people from District No. S went to Athena to Cornelius Keefe's to a anrpris e party Thu.day night. The evening was pieasaniiy spent in aaneing. Fred Ford is very ill with appendicitis.' An operation was pei formed by Dr. Wright of Boston. Woodstock Telephone Line. Five or six carloads of poles for the pro posed telephone line from Rutland to Wood stock have arrived at North Clarendon, but it is not possible to state when work on the line win oe sta. ed. Superinbmdent of Construction W. F. Hunt ef Burlington, who was here last week. said the work might not be commenced for two months. This line will ran direct toiWoodstock. bat riymoatn, anre.s- . rk. NaaW Knar laaiifi ftalaBKAnal fnn!al Yt .have beta u eeweetioa wiU Woftdetoak right along, bnt the lines are getting too busy for good service and the direct line is necessitated. This route will also give the Rutland effloe another outlet to Boston by way of White River Junction so that when the Bellow t Falls line is busy Boston can be had by this line. Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made ia Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health that charges weakness into strength, listlets- ness into energy, nrsin-tag into mental power. They are wonderful in building op the health. uniy zo cents a dox. sold at rieroe t f har macy. New Hampshire News. Nathaniel Wentwortn of Hadton and Aaron P. Hughes of Ashland, fish and same commissioners, have been in Keene pushing tne prosecution or a number of Peteiboro men who have fished through the ice tor trout in Dublin pond since April 1. The law is off for brook trout after April 1 in New Hampshire but at no time may trout be caught through the ice. The respondents appeared before Judge Holmet Saturday morning and pleaded guilty to the eharget preferred, in eaob oase where more than two trout were oanght waiving their constitu tional rights. Fines, with the costs, were imposed oy Judge Holmet and paid by the fishermen. Pensioner ot War of 1812. Mrt. Deidamia Allen of 099 Coart street. Keene, it one of the few surviving pension ers of the war of 1812, being the widow of Capt. Daniel Allen, who served in that war. She is 09 years old, and, although she has been blind for a number of years, retains her faculties in a remarkable degree. She is a native of Westmoreland. Twelve children were born to her, of whom two died in in fancy, and six are living: Mrs. Emily T. Reynolds. Joshua B , Levi and Benjamin F. Allen of Keene, and William B and Luciut Allen of Acworth. The couple resided in Surrey for some years at the beginning of their married life. Capt. Allen died in Keene in 1874. Mrs. Allen recently recovered from a severe attack of the grip. At the season of the vear when pneumonia la grippe, sore throat, coughs, colds, catarrh bronchitis and lung troubles are to be guarded against, nothing "is a nne substitute, will "answer the purpose," or is "lust as good" as One Minute Cough Cure. That is the one infallible remedy for all lnng, throat or bron chial troubles. Insist vigorously npon hav ing it if "something else" is offered yon. Pierce's Pharmacy. CHARLESTOWN. E. L. Wheeler of Claremont was in town Monday. The dance and sugar supper by the I. O. O. F. and D. of R was well attended and all en joyed themselves very much. The two so cieties will net quite a lair sum. Mrs. L. H. Clark passed a portion of the week in Boston. Mrs. C. Snow returned home Monday nii; tit. Miss Irene Atwood has engaged Jennie EUon to assist her in the home bakery this summer. For frost bites, burns, indolent tores, eczema, skin disease and especially files, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best. Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counterfeit it. It's their en dorsement of a good article. Worthless goods are not imitated. Get DeWitt't Witch Hazel Salve. Pierce's Pharmacy. A Spanish Street ea. In nothing is the illiterate condition of Spain shown as in the numerous writing booths which line the atreeta of Barcelona. Spain has preserved much of the picturesque life of past ages, and even at the present day in many of its towns may be seen the watchman, with pike and lantern, going his nightly rounds not far from a fine street bril liantly illuminated by the electric light In the Rambla, the principal street of Barcelona, may be seen several of them writing booths of the public scribea. There for a small consideration the il literate or any one else may have any thing indited from the poetry of a love epistle to the prosaic application for a situation. The front of each booth ia placarded with the name of the scribe and the services he ia prepared to rea der to his customers. Some scribes com bine the art of painting with that of writing, and all add to their activities the business of registry offices tot serv ants. No Right To Ugliness. The woman who is lovely in face, form and temper will always have friends, but one who would be attractive must Keep ner neann. ii she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. It she has consti pation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and wretched complexion. E ectrio Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate tomach, liver and kidneys and to purity the blood. It givas strong nerves, bright, eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good-looking, charming woman of a run-down invalid. Only 60 cents at Pierce s Pharmaoy. The Intelligent Jury. Law court stories were especially at tractive to Hicks, and he told many of them. His great story, which was al most a dramatic sketch, was of the ac quittal of a Cornish doctor who was charged with the murder of bis mother-in-law by mixing arsenic with a dish of rabbits and onions, which he gave her for supper. The setting of the court, the swearing of the jury, the speeches of counsel, and the judge'a charge were all related by Hicks with marvelous hu mor The climax to the fun was the con fabulation of the jury as to the verdict they should give, and their individual reasons for returning a verdict of ac quittal from the juryman who "didn't bold with old 'oman eating rabbits and onions for supper" to the juryman who declared that "it wasn't a ha'po'th of odds to him, and 'twas but an old 'om an. " Cornhill Magazine. ilamese Haglo. Siamese magicians profess to be able to destroy your enemy for yon. They first bewitch part of a buffalo till it be comes as small as a pea When your enemy has been induced to swallow it they make it return to its original aise. and after suffering great agoniea he suffocates. Pig's flesh and fish are also nsed. When these people die, the rea son can be detected, because at their cremation some part of their body re fuses to burn, and when it ia cut open it contains fish or meat of some animal A small boy died recently and waa cre mated. A certain part of the child't chest refused to born, and they got it examined and found it to be a piece of salt imrkl To Cure Constipation in One 'Week To Purify the Blood ia One Week To Strengthen Nervea in One Week To Cure Sick Headache in One Day Take Cleveland's Celery Compound Ta 85 eta. If it faQa to cure, yoar aaoaaj wiQ fee ratmtUd by rum's Fbamaty. SUCCESSFUL BUSI NESS MEN ALWAYS CARRY INSURANCE and appreciate the fact that it strengthen! their credit. The Beet Ine arance In the World." NATIONAL Life Insurance Co., MONTPELIER, VT. EUGENE S. LEONARD. AQENT. Milo) MM That, the brand of Clover teed we mB none better. Call and tea sample. It doaa not pay to ui cheap teed aad we carry Nothing But The Best ! A good stock of Flower and Gardes aeeds in bulk and package. Bicycles ! We shall carry as usual an up-to-date line of wheel at reasonable price. Call and examine. L. G. & C. E. HOWARD Hardware and Coal. Low Telephone . Rates! . ... Bellows Falls Exchange ... ONLY $25.00 A YEAR, part metallic circuit, measured service, for a telephone. CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT? Manager will furnish all particu lars. New England Telephone and Tel egraph CO., BELLOWS FALLS, VT. Pictures Given AwayV We are Riving our cash cus tomers their choice of a hand some line of pictures. These pictures, 24 by SO inches, are nicely framed and fit to adorn the walls of any home. Ask us how you can secure one or more. Note these prices : 15-cent Beef Roast, 2 1-2 CtS 18-cent Beef Roast, 15 CtS Lovell & Shedd, Opposite Rockingham Hotel. $100 Reward. For many years we have advertised this reward for any case that Tuttle's Elixir would not cure, and also will refuru your money if you art, not satisfied in every possible Sf ay that your expenditure was a wise one. What can be fairer? Used and endorsed by Could WC afford to do th. Adam. fat. to - this, or would this. paper admit our advertisement unless we can do all we claim ? Tuttle's Elixir cores curbs, splints, colic, all lameness, con tracted and knotted cords, callous of all kinds, scratches, and all similar troubles. Tnttle'a Family "BM-rl- cores Rbmnuttsm, Sprain., bruises, Paul., etc Sample, of cither Elixir free for three .-cent stamps for postage. Fifty ceata buy. either Elixir of any drnrrist, or it will be Mac direct on receipt of price. Particular, free. DR. S. A, TUTTLE, Sole Proprietor, wt itcveny atnet, uostoa, Mass. Kwimmm jtjtJievUHLiviAjfcjtifcw Everybody Knows About A Household Medicine TJaed bj millions la all petite of Ox world A aVATB and VTBX BE3CEDT . tor Cramps Coughs Bruise Diarrhoea Colds Cuts Dysentery Croup Burns epralns and Strains. Em Instant relief. Cures galotlj. Two tixea, SSe. and fOa, There la only one Fala-ElUcr, Perry DeWI ample botCe nsaDed fee lee. (Mention thit paper.) "i n u uuu L A Good Way to weigh the merits of a piano or organ is to compare It with othera. We carry in stock Twelve different makes of Pianos and six makes of Organs, and you have the opportunity It is also A GOOD WAY to look around and see where you ' can buy to the best advantage. We fear no competition if you do so knowing our instruments are the best and our prices the lowest. Just now we have some special values in Pianos, furnished to weal thy summer residents for the season, equally as good as new, but the price very much less. Write for particulars. H. E. LAKE, 19 Roxhury St-, Keene, N. H. "The OldReliable Music Store" WAS DISCOURAGED. AND GIVEN UP IN DESPAIR. DOCTORS SAID I COULD NOT LIVE. Bow truly fearful to contemplate are tbe reflections which must ailse la tbe mind ol every lover of his ace ben reviewing the widespread and growing tendency of chronio diseases of every deserlptmn Many a per son ba been cut do w n la tbe prime of life by tbe irankerliig b lgbt of some chronic dlf fl ulty which seemed beyond tbe reacb ot medicine and medifn advice, feuch wa my ease. Mat. , T. ioslin, Walpole, N. H My body had become so full of aches and pains that life as a but den to me I stiff er ed from an incessant, lrkseme uneasiness. Hy mind was absorbed with the one Mea of my wretched condition and 1 was haunted by tbe thought tbat I would never be any ed and i was tortnred pith a sense of fear snd aesponaency mat mien uroaucea tears. My limbs would swe.l terribly and I was to weak' and exbans'ed that I could net Bit up mure than an hour at a time. I bad a very bad cough and by spells would spit up a great lot of Mood. I heard of Dr Loni, buf 1 h id giv en up all h 'P-.B of ever blnt? any better. One of my lady friei 1 asked him to call on me and tee if he could help me and be did so and after consu'ting with him be said be could help me. I beuan to ta-e bis medicine and in a abort time I was surprised, and my friends as well, to see wht a cbange there was In me. My limbs do ni t swell and my cough la almost gone. I have not had a bleed. ing spei nor been oDUgea to taK my pea since I began to use his medicine. I do most of my housework and bave b en out in tbe oarn ami np stairs me nrst lime tor t year. I feel as though I owed my life to Dr. Lord and I thould advise all who are sick and want help to ca'l on htm I make this statement of my own frewill in gratitude for the grest bent lit I bave received. Any per son doubting this sttement can call on, or write to m kb u. i. tiosLiiH, w aipoie. w . a. The above is a plain, t uthtul statement of fact - and Is no more remarkable than many others he ha helped. w. .oru treats ail iorms oi tjnromo a is eases. Consultation free. Office Honrs, 8 to i-00 a. m.; S to 8 p.m. Remember that Dr Lord Is permanently located In Walnoln, N H. Letters ol inquiry snouid contain a stamp for reply. "STEVENSFAVORITlil BIFLE. 2J-!nch barrel, weight 4l pounda. Carefully bored and tested. For .22, a S and .32 rim-fire cartridges. No.-T7. Plain Open Sights, $6.00 No. 18. 'Target Sights, $8.50 Ask your dealer for the " FAVO RITE. If he doesn't keep it we will send, prepaid, on receipt ol price. Send stamp for complete cat, logue showing our full linet with val uable information regarding rifles and ammunition in general. J. STEYENS ARMS AND TOOL CO. P. 0. Box CHICOPEB PALLS. MASS. i a a a s FRANK ABBOTT, General Auctioneer, ..... Springfield, Vt Sales of live stock a specialty. Twenty- teed U tale it properly managed. Teachers' Examination. Will be held at Brattleboro, April S and S, at South Londonderry April ll and 12, at Wilmington April 25 and 88. Attendanee both daya requited. H. D. Brsaa, Examiner. Artificial Hnmia Eyes tedrgwlLLOlDa. 323 Washtaftea Street. Gn.oiiectaQuci,BttM f IVsTA eTM Urn Dud Thmm PR. KG9 tkm Cnn Bran! PENNYROYAL PILLS. ICseS fb feu, ksedlsf UK mil W I e I ill AtrUl Huaniarlslt!MilieuUe ajMS 4mneiM. tee. M eea fm mm taa tenet, as eeisrer.w seta. , a 1 I It "Takes Down."