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THE fessat- I Jv --BmaTl musicians -were . I i A.inS . fTwith NEW SHOE FOR WOMEN ! We carry them in Black and Tan Lace, and Black and Tan Oxfords Try a pair ! They will suit you. We have the exclusive sale of them for Bel lows Falls. WE STILL HAVE SOME OF THOSE 49c SHOES LEFT. flOSTLY SMALL SIZES. DUNHAM BROS., BELLOWS FALLS, VT. M11ME UVJ I have purchased the stock and fixtures of the Boston bhoe btore formerly owned by C r. Maynard, and will open with a GRAND CLEARANCE SALE I WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7. This stock I purchased at a low figure and will make prices on it that will be of interest to you. ' NOTE ! g JT 200 prs.JMen's Shoes at 99c, $1.19, 1.39, 1.79 and 2.39 pr. These shoes formerly sold for 1.50 up to 4.00 pr. 150 prs. Boys' Shoes at 89c and $1.19. Formerly sold for 1.50 up to 2.50 a pair. 300 prs. Ladies' Shoes at 89c, S1.19, 1.39, and 1.89 a pr. Formerly sold for 1.50 up to 3.50 a pair. 150 prs. Misses' Shoes at 59c, 79c,' and 99c a pr. Formerly sold for 75c up to i.5o a pair. I also have a large lot of CHILDREN'S SHOES ! with prices accordingly low. SLIPPERS For slippers I have a large assortment for Ladies and Gentlemen at 39c, 69c and 89c a pair, formerly sold for 5oc up to i.5o a pair. J. L HACKETT, Canal Street. BELLOWS FALLS, VT. A Rare Chance I Whole Year's Schooling with Board and Tuition. The Guidon New Illustrated Catholic Magazine, Enlarged and Beautified, OFFERS THESE TWO MAGNIFICENT PRIZES: 1 One Tear's Scholarship, board and tuition, at St. Anselm's , College, Manchester. N. H. 2 One Tear's Scholarship, board and tuition, at Ut. St. Mary's Academy, Manchester, H. H. To the yonngf man and the yonnr woman who will get the largest number of subscrip tions for The Guidon during the months of Jane, July and August. ONLY CONDITION: Those competing are required to have the recommendation of their pastor. $1.00 per Tear; IO cents per copy. - ADDRESS GUIDON PUBLISHING CO., - Manchester N. H... PROF. h B. FRANKLIN, OPTICAL SPECIALIST- Life is too short to go through the world without seeing all that Is beautiful In nature. WITH FOOB XTKS and poorly fitted glasses we never ean appreciate one-half the pleasures In life. At office in Cray's Block, Bellows Falls, Vt, every Thursday from SJO a. m. to p, m. IXAHIHATIOH mi day or eTeulng Old Tiger, the horse belonging to the Vermont Faini Machine company, died a violent death Monday night. C. W. Osgood conducted services at South Charlestown last Sunday and super intended the Sunday school. There will be a demonstration ot the Armour products at the F, B. F. three days next week, beginning Monday. The house and' land belonging to the late Sophia Evans was purchased at the auction Thursday by W. H. Griswold for 1680. The Rockingham Sunday school will hold its Children's day exercises at the "Old Church" tomorrow at 8 p. m. All are cordially invited. Rev. C. R. B. Dodge attended the Bap tist Sunday School state convention in Barre this week. E. C. Fairbank was chosen assistant secretary. C. W. Osgood gave an address'Invest ment of Talent," Tuesday evening in. Barre before the 30th annual meeting of Vermont Baptist Sunday School convention. The public are invited to the display of needlework that h os Bros. 01 jsosion wm make at the store of George F. D&vis on Monday and Tuesday, June 12 and 13. Miss Alice Jackson will go next week to Bradford to visit her cousin, Mrs. A. H. Webb, leaving there to join the house party of Mrs. G. H. Perkins of Burlington for the latter part of June. Rt. Rev. A. C. A. Hall, D. D., was yes terday the guest of Mrs. George L. Burn side, stopping here on his way from Spring field. Wednesday the bishop will preach the ordination sermon for deacons at the Berkley Divinity school in Middletown, Conn. Dr. J. Suteliffe Hill sails from Boston for England next Wednesday on one of the steamers of the'Dominion Line. He', will be gone several weeks and will visit points in England, Scotland and Ireland, giving special attention to the study of hospital practice. During his absence the doctor's financial affairs will be looked after by H. D. Ryder, to whom bills can be paid. The official circular for the Vermont Christian Endeavor unipn excursion to the international convention to be held at De troit, Mich., July 5-10 has been issued and copies are now in the hands of George E. Welch, who is the state excursion man ager. This circular contains a fund of in formation regarding the itinerary, the rates, hotels and Detroit, which is of great value to all intending to take this delight ful trip. Any desiring copies should in close a stamn to George E. Welch, Bel lows Falls. - Bellows Falls has been more fortunate than some of her neighbors in escaping the caterpillar pest although she has sufiered sufficiently. A war of extermination should be waged by all good citizens and in order to make this war effective there must be united action. It is useless for A to de story the worms on the trees about his house if B and C living on either side of him pay no attention to the matter. The life of our shade trees as well as personal comfort and security demand a massacre without quarter. of the little second grades bubblinir over information which they could hardlv wait to impart, and vied with ech other, by a vigorous waving of hands, for the privil-ge ot being farst heard on the sub ject under consideration. The soloists of the evening were Miss Grace Williams, Miss Mary Howrd and Miss Margaret Hughes, all of whom sang delightfully. School Exhibit. A really fine exhibit of school work was made Wednesday Thursday and Friday ot this week in room B at the high school build ing where the articles had been tastefully arranged according to the grades from which they came. Only the Saxtons River and Bellows Falls schools were represented, and in this school the woik was done by the pupils from the first to the eighth grades inclu sive. From the clay modeling of the primaries to the handsome water colors of the eighth grade, neatness in finish and accuracy in detail was noticeable through out the display. Very handsome specimens of vertical penmanship were shown in the form of bookie's, where the subject matter was written and then illustrated with, pencil drawings or water color sketches From the fifth grade there were miniature cords of wood, the measurement ot wood being taken up in that grade, and the most shape ly piles, it was learned with some surprise, was the work ot three little girls. Nearly all the drawings were made irom nature studies, it being the intention of the teacher to allow but very little copvrog, and the results obtained are more than a sufficient recommendation of the methods employed. There were many designs from the Japanese, several posters and also specimens of the Egyptian and Grecian styles of art. The special teacher in drawing and writing, Miss Mary Baker, is entitled to much credit for the excellence ot the work in her departments, while the devotion and pedagogical skill of the teachers generally is recognized in this exhibit by what their pupils are able to accomplish Foresters at Burlington. The Central Vermont railway will make very low rates to Burlington Wednesday, June 21, which is the big day of the inter national convention of the Catholic Order of Foresters. The round trip rate from Windsor is only $1.25, and the train will leave at 7.15 a. h. The tickets will be good going and returning on regular trains June 21. Among the attractions of the day will be a parade of 5,000 Foresters, concerts by 32 bands, a base ball game between U. V. M. and Ottawa teams, and bicycle meet and foot race at Howard park.' A Succesful Muslcale. The pupils ot the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth grades of the public school en tertained their friends at the opera bouse Wednesday evening with a musicale, which was listened to with evident pleasure by a very large audience. The program, which was of lust the right length, moved smoothly from the opening number to the closing chorus, and every selection merited the warm applause which 'it received. The careful training which the children had been given was shown in their work, and many expressions of satisfaction were beard at the results ob tained from the course of musical instruc tion in the schools. The special teacher. Miss Alice Jackson, and the regular teath- Rockingnam Tax Payers. Below is given a list -of tax payers in Rockingham who pay on $2500 or more up to $5000. The list of those paying on $5000 or more was printed last Saturday. AIi Field . ' $2600 David Fairbanks 3800 O S Frost and Maria Butterfield 4500 A. A CURBS B. B CCKXS c. c CCUS HIIMPhPFyQ' VETERINARY5PECIFICS J FEVERS. Lung Fever. Milk Fever. gPRAI.6, Lameness, BbcnmsUun, EPIZOOTIC Distemper. curbs WORMS, Bou. Grabs. COIGII8, Colds, mflueau. C OLIC. Bellyarhe, Diarrhea. O.G. Prevent MISCARRIAGE. tobm i KIDXEY BLADDER DISORDERS. :bmAGE. Skla Diseases. JjBAD CONDITIO. StarlnsCoat. toe. each : Stable Case. Ten Speefnen, Boole. Ac, a Humphreys' MedlHne Co.. Cor. William A John m.. New York. VrrsnniiST Mahtal 8m Frk. NERYOUS DEBILITY, VITAL WEAKNESS and Prostration from Over work or other causes. Humnhrevs' Homeooathie SDeeifin Na 28, in use over) years, tlio oril v successful remedy. SI per Till, or 5 vials and larssvisl podr,for S3 J W Fares worth Alice E Griswold Kuphemia Gosselin Martha J Gnild Catherine A Gates F A George O H Gibson Melissa B Gould K P Gay W B Glynn Bdward.Howard 2i Sarah E Hapgood Ann L Hapgood P H Hadley and George R Wales W T Hogan 3 D Harriman E W Hildreth estate F C Hildreth L SHaye8 Roawell Hnntoon estate Eva F Holbrook Clinton Hatch J H Hassett Mary L Hyde COHurlburt O B Hadwen H W Howard H M Kimball George W Kimball Annie L Kimball PL Kimball JTKeefe Keefe & Savage W O Kemp A'zina M Labaree L D Lockwood J W Lockwood E S & Addie F Leonard Patrick Leen Frank Landon Lnra Landon Maria P Ladd Elodie LeBlano M R Lawrence LanreDza E Lawrer.ee Q E Morgan J O Miller Joseph McGreen . , Charles Martin Carrie B Maynard Mary E Morse H C Morrison Miry A Netting J B & M A Newman William O'Brien Mrs E S Allbee 8 N Alexander estate Sarah T Andrews L W Adams estate JAAldrich J F Alexander Jr, trustee Mary P Alexander trustee Lewis Allbee Ida E Blake S M Blake Sosan A Brown Nellie A Brown Hattie M Brown Polly M Brown E W Brown J E Brosnahan Mary Brosnahan Bowtell & Wheeler A H Bissell H C Bacon Mary E Bicjn estate 3 P Brockway estate : . N S Brockway John Batch C P Blanchard Lucy A Barker W B Barker F H Babbitt W H Bodine Bodine ft Davis Fannie E Bemis Mary E Buchanan Sarah A Barry Barry ft Pcofield L P Barry M F Bart Laura H Carrnthers Arthur Cooli Jga E P Clifford J J Collins Michael Connors Alice G Chandler 2830 3100 3000 2800 4000 3700 2700 .4000 3200 , ; 3064 3600 3000 4400 ; 2500 2900 4400 3900 2911 4000 ' 3000 3200 2900 3000 3800 , 3800 3000 4350 3200 3800 2700 2800 3200 3700 3400 4600 4500 3800 3800 2600 2500 2600 2500 2600 - 3400 3000 2600 - 3300 4800 2700 4600 4300 3100 4200 2800 3200 ., 4500 2000 4357 4900 4340 4060 3960 3655 4200 3300 3600 3000 4000 2400 2600 3700 2500 2800 2800 8200 3200 2600 4700 3400 3700 2800 3000 4400 2700 4000 3750 4300 3182 3000 3338 2800 8100 8300 8125 3600 1 882j 8750, H W Cobb 3960 WW Cory 2735 Sarah A Davis 4300 Lewi Demarais - - 3900 John Drislane 3200 Allred Dow 3800 Philip and William De St. Croix 2900 IraLEarle . 2650 W J Eaton ft Co 3262 Mary J Evans " 2500 Nellie S Edson 4620 Dennis Flavin 2950 C L Fletober 2900 H S Frost 3400 G N French 3100 J J Fenton 3200 Fairbank & Walker 4300 Fairbank, Brown ft. Ferguson 4200 Rodney Ober , 2700 Abbie A Prouly 4250 1HS Putnam 3900 O L Perham 3700 PFE Proctor 4930 B A Potney 2500 Mary D Phelps 3800 J J Pierce 4500 Ella L Pike 3500 Nathan Proctor 4740 Gertrude P Piddock 4500 W A Russell est 3500 E R Robertson ' 2700 Mirgartt E Ryder 3300 H D Ryder 3700 Sarah A Read 4000 Grace S Ray 3400 Myrou H & A W Ray 3500 James Rogers est 2700 Frances Slate est 3200 Walter C Smith ' 2600 S W Stnart 4600 Ellen Savage 4600 Kate Shaughnessey 2200 Orson F Swift 3800 Whitman ft Switzer 2800 Flora D Stilwell 3800 John Splan 2800 Carrie C Saker 2300 Hattie L Smith est 2500 Anna L Smith 3300 FM Thompson 2550 DorrMThaver 2600 Marianna Tomassi est 3200 P W ft Rosa M Tart ' 2700 RE Thrasher 2715 Hannah B Underbill - 2400 Eliza J TTpham w 2800 Vt Vallsy R R Co. 1891, ; 2600 Jas H Williams trustee 6000 J B Williams 3315 Walter P. Willson 2150 Sylvia L Wheeler 2700 Emily P Walker 3000 Walker & Norwood 4500 EL Walker . 3000 Wallace White 2350 C E Whitman, 2113 MW Whitney ' 4400 GE Welch 4913 Mary E Welch 2800 Clara O Wales 3500 John W Wright 3200 Henry Wolley 4800 C E ft M F Weeden 3990 Agnes A Wilder 2140 Haskell I Wiley est 4200 Joseph P Weston 3979 Carlton E Webb .3300 Thomas Walsh 3500 HC Wiley est 4000 Abagail & Catherine Wilder 2700 S A Whipple 4600 Whipple, Thompson & Co 3500 Way & Thompson . ' ,, 3890 Visit to the Hood Farm. Editor ot the Times : I paid a visit last week to the "ITntd Farm in Lowell. Mass.. the home o( th famous world's lair Jerseys and the choic est strains ot imported and domestic thor oughbred lijrkahire hogs. Everything is none in a systemauo ana scientiho manner on this farm. There is the best of help and everything that money can buy. I was especially interested in the Jerseys. They are milking 125 cows at the present time. The cream is sold at Lowell and the butter at the Adams House in Boston. They have between 75 and 80 bulls and as many heif ers. I should judge there are SOU head of stock an told. I saw "Brown Bessie's son," the most valuable bull in the world, which is insured tor $50,000. Uis sire ia the sire of 10 in the 14 pound list and bis aam nas a test oi ZU 1-2 pounds ol butter in 7 days. 1 also saw the ereat "Merrv Maiden." the only Jersey cow that proved herself superior to all other cows of all other breeds in all three tests at the world's fair in a competition with 74 ot the choicest mature cows that could be selected from all over the world. She is considered the most famous cow in the world. Her average of milk in 15 days' cheese test was 41 pounds, 93 5 ounces. She hung to 40 pounds of milk per dav on drv faed for a long time and proved herself thi richst cow of the 75 in the test. I also saw "Brown Bessie," the champion butter cow, winner ot the 90 days' and 30 da s' test at the world's fair against all breeds. She has a record of 20 1-2 pounds of butter in seven days, and is famous the world over as be ing the dam of the most valuable bull in the world, "Brown Bessie's son." And so I might go on. The whole herd is made up from the choicest animals in the world and it was a great pleasure .for me to look them over, and I only regret that I do not own one of those beautiful silver grey heiters. I will close by saying it is well worth the expense ol a long journey to visit this great herd on the part of any one interear ed in fine stock. 6. R. O. South Acworth, N. H., Jane 8. ' Here Next Week. XB6 oawteue uramatic company sup porting miss Jessie bawteiie, under the management of J. Al Sawtelle will play all the week of June 12 at the Bellows Falls opera house. The'Sawtelles are no strangers here and have always given good entertainments when playing here. The opening bill Mon day evening will be Howard P. Taylor's comedy drama "On the Hudson,'' pre sented with full scenic and electric effects. Tuesday, "The Slaves of Gold"; Wednes day, "The Race for Life"; Thursday, "True as bteel" ; .Friday, "Faust" ; Satur day matinee, "Little Miss Military", and Saturday night, "Uncle Sam in Cuba." This repertoire is all new to Bellows Falls patrons and contains no old chestnuts un der new names. During the evening the following spec ialties will be introduced between tie acts, Fred C. House, topical vocalist; Violet Barney, "illustrated songs; the electro stereo wargraph and Harrv Bewlev the inimitable comique. Seats now on sale at Williams & Co.'s book store for Monday evening. Ladies can get the usual one-half nrire tinkers if purchased before 6 p. m. Monday. DJd) THE BEST hashing Ponder The U.S. Triple Current Separator 13 Just as Recommended. Columbia Falls, Me., April 14, 1809. I am perfectly satisfied with the Improved U. S. Separator. It has proven to be Just as recommended. Am thoroughly convinced that I am getting more cream from the same number of cows, hence can iuukc mure DUlter. IS. uKAWT, The Best Separator on the Market. West Haven, Vt., April aq, 1890. I have used a No. 5 Improved U. S. Separator two years and I have found it to run easy and do koou woric. Alter two years use less than one-nait the weight of the handle will start the bowl. I con sider the U. S. the best separator on tbe market, and cheerfully recommend it to any one wanting a first class separator. O. o. HITCHCOCK. Write for illustrated catalogues with full j particulars and hundreds of testimonials like the above. VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO., Bellows Falls, Vt. Hall Furniture ! We are showing: in our window an Entirely New Line OSTEOPATHY.- The Better Way to Health. The handsome booklet on osteoDathv, recently published by W. W. Brock. D, O., is not simply an attractive piece of the bookmaker's art. It is primarily a com- prenenstve statement 01 wnat osteopatby is, ana is aesignea to rurnisn tne inquirer, in a clear and compact form, the informa tion he would seek respecting the science and its manner of starting him in " the better way to health." This is the pur pose 01 tnis compilation m osteopatby and its condensed statement of the facts and claims ot the science. The merits claimed for this manner of treating the ills ot the flesh and the bones as compared with other schools of medical practice are clearly set forth. After a perusal of this booklet the inquirer must nave an intelligent under standing of the main features of osteopa thy, and the ailing must be able to deter mine whether or not they will continue their investigations to the extent of con sulting a practitioner in osteopathy, and seeking through his ministrations relief from the ills they are suffering. Osteopathy is for all sexes, ages and conditioas ot humankind. It is prepared to battle with all the ills ot humankind. The more effectually to do this to the satis faction of all bis patients, or those who would become his patients, Dr. Brock has associated with him in his practice in this city, MM. Li. K. Kozelle, a skillful oste opathist, who makes a specialty of the diseases of women. He. thus adapts his practice to the proper needs and require ments 01 a large class 01 patients wbo might otherwise be deterred from seeking the reliefs osteopathy promises. Pocure a copy of this work. Call on or address W. W. Brock, D. O., Montpelier, Vt. Montpelier Daily Journal. Don't Stop taking; Scott's Emulsion be cause it's warm weather. Keep taking' it until you are cured. It will heal your lungs an J give you rich blood in sum mer as in winter. It's cod bu,w wu Mimw coo y 50a. and S I. All draffists. Cleveland a Poacher. . A despatch from Winsted, Connecticut, to the New York World says : . It has been a long time since Grover Cleveland has been threatened with arrest and been compelled to climb a fence in order to escape. Probably he had that experience when he was a boy and better able to climb fences than he is now. The former president of the United States' was poaching. There isn't any doubt about it. Of course there are miti gating circumstances. Mr. Cleveland was fishing for trout, and when so ardent a fisherman as he is having luck it is not ex pected tbat be sbould see tbe sign, "Xres passing, hunting and fishing on these premises strictly forbidden by law." . Mr. Cleveland was not looking for signs, He came to Tyringham to be the guest of Richard Watson Gilder, who has a cottage just over the state line, in the Berkshire hills of Massachusetts. Mr. Cleveland, properly attired, sallied forth tor trout Tuesday morning. He paid no attention to signs, as has been said, for he had luck. He was not troubled until he entered upon the land of Frank John son, a Tyringham farmer, with something of a temper and a vigilant eye. Not that Mr. Cleveland tried to conceal himself. - He is a wise man and knew the impossibility of it. Mr. Johnson started post haste for the poacher and reached him just as Mr. Cleveland bad landed a par ticularly large and gamy speckled beauty, "Here, you," shouted Farmer Johnson, "get out of this quick or I will have you arretted!" Johnson has had fishermen ar rested for whipping his brook and ' he meant what he said. He added - other things not complimentary. . . Mr. Cleveland said nothing at all... He sbouidered nis rod, bung bis basket over bis shoulder and started away with as much haste as his physical proportions per mitted. There was a fence in his path. He had AIT 1 n J 1 C to climb it. Mr. Cleveland was doing We are headquarters tor noDiy wnen tne lence, not Duiit to witn stani 300 pounds, collapsed into kindling wood. When Johnson was told the fisherman's identity he was surprised but not cha grined. . - "You don't say so," he remarked. "Well, I was after the village postoffice when he was president the last time and I did not get it. 1 reckon we are about even now." The Hall Is the first room your guests see. Nothing gives a better Impression than a well ap pointed hall. of HALL TREES, CHAIRS, Etc. You can buy them cheaper this again as nearly all furniture July 1st. month than ever advances in price GEORGE E. WELCH. aes. rne time to I Risers is when I There is a time for all thine take DeWitt's Little Early you are soflering from constipation, bilious ness, sick-headache , indigestion or other I stomich or liver troubles. Pierce's Phar macy, O. A. Gast, mgr. GOLF SUPPLIES and carry in stock a complete line of CLUBS, BAGS, BALL'S, ETC. DENIMISOIM'S SEALING WAX IN ALL SHADES. 1 , Notice to Water Takers. Owing to the dryness of the season and consequent low water the patrons of the North Walpole Water Co. are warned not to use the water for other than domestic purposes. -I be use ot nose or water lor garden and lawn purposes must be dis continued. North Walpole Water Co., P. hi. ttrimn treasurer. BOOK SELLERS. Williams & Co. 8TATTrs, THE Saturday Excursion. Excursion tickets to Whalon Park will be on sale every Saturday until further notice, at all stations on the Cheshire branch. Particulars can be learned of agents of the Fitchburg railroad. BEST DUSTER ! For Cleaning Furniture, Carpets, or Clothing. We carry a full line of the different sizes. REFRIGERATOR WEATHER Living on the Reputation of Others. "Take everything that I have but my good name : leave me that and I am content. So said the philosopher. so say ail manuiacturers ot genuine " 1 . .1 a 1 1 . . I lajsa - A. W A. JW m m a mm m aracies to mat norae oi imitators I has cuuic at last ana we nave A Com hi fir ft Una nt nttr which thrives upon the reputation bf goods. Having lost nearly all of our first lot bv fire. mA .i TM t r I " J 1 - uuicis. x lie tuuu name Ul . nrnn haira a Tu LTTT CTHflT -A. f STRONG'S ROOFING has induced rr any adventurers to put in the market imitations that are not only lacking in the best elements of the eenuine article, but are often brittle and worthless. The public should be on their guard against these frauds, and when a good roofing is needed, -be sure to insist upon having Strong's. - tySEE THAT OUR NAME IS ON EVERY ROLL. See our LAWN SWINGS . . PIAZZA FURNITURE BAMBOO PIAZZA CURTAINS, - the newest things at the Up-to-date Furniture House. smLSl Co- Chase Furniture Company, iy AGENTS WANTED Telephone Connected.