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ABOUT THE COUNTY.
ATHKNS. Towi affliwirai Moderator. A ffrmant olnrlt E. B. Kiniloy; suloot an, 0. R, Edwards. O. F. Urltljioi, T H. Balli troaiiiirer. J. M. I'owersi over- Mr of soar. Geo. N Obt-ri constable tad oaltnr. .1. Dimlmui S li.lri, J Power, Go. Bmlih, Jits. Urown j audit on, N'bI Hernia, JS. . ivinKmoy, a. i Btllj faad jiror, J. H. Auatm; Hgmit A. A. Wmimn! SUU't of Schools. J. M Powf. Voted a tax of 100 oents un liia fejllnr. Votei for county oommli- loow, Furnsworlh 83, Moiey, a. Wm. W. ilriilK". bat removed Cburtostown, N. 11. ' llltOOKUME. ' "Town at&eent Selectmen, II. M . n nr ... i.: iir m ...... Va Bltnayi l. .Dt""n, i. ii.ioiij tin oWk. Wui. Adami: overseer o Door. H. M. Whitney ; constable, I,. B, Hlggins; liaiors, rnu. Atiuuia, ji. r. - moil. H. K. Mtirsb; treasurer, E. F, ' Wflllman: niDerinteadent of iohcMdg, U P. 8tioknTj town agent, N. O. Marsb. f ; A post ollice has been established here, and 1'resMont liuyes lias uppoinica ir- gil W. Kaiiney postmaster. DOVEU. Town officers elected Tuesday Mod' erator, A. B. Collins; clerk. S. II. Lv meJle: seleetmen. 1). W. Venw, G. 1) Boyd, D. P. Leonard; town treasurer. G. W. Yeawt overseer of poor, A. 13 Collios;-oolleoror. J. II. Motoalf; 1st constable. O. A. Lazelle ; 2nd constable, Henry Pike; liateis. 11. 1. creemnn, It. H. Moore, E. H. Jones; auditor, W. F. Jones, G. E. Bice, VVbitney Jones; trustee of publio money, Joel Lyman ; town agent, Joel Lyumnj superintend ent of suboola, liuv. A. C. Field. Dt'MMEItSTON. Town officers t Moderator, Dr. S. N. Bern is; town clerk, Joseph Miller; se- lectmen, S. L. Dutloti, S. V. Estey, L M. Walker; listers, A. I. Lawton, G. R. .. Bennett, F. Lewis; constable and col lector, Wm. O. Miller; trensnrer and trustee U. 8. deposit, Josepb Miller town agent, Geo, VV. Walker ; overseers of poor, selectmen ; sup t oi schools, u. h. Mansfield; auditors, D. L. Mansfield, H. K. Stodd ird, Tliouiis Clark. Tax raised, 91 on a dollar of the grand list. The "Wakefield nlace" near the Con gregationttl church has been purchased by W. O. Miller. Mr. E. M. Kowcll will lecture in the school house in Dutton district, Tuesday evenniL' at i o clock. Nibject, jNoan in the ark." All are cordially invited. Joseph Miller, the popular and efficient town clerk, received his thirty-second annual election Tuesday, lucre is only nnp rsnn in the countv who has held a simitar ollice longer l)wight Tyler of Londonderry. FATETTEVILLE. The town meeting Tuesday was unusu ally lively. The auditors' report on ac count ol railroad matters was only adonted bv a vote of 65 to 04. The town treasurer was attacked and accused of many things, but warmly defended by the auditors and then re-elected. The officers elected are, moderator, O. L. Sher man j town clerk, D. A. Dickinson ; treas urer, F. 0. Burditt; selectmen, E. P. Wheeler. O. Attridue, A T. Edwards; constable, L. 0. Morse; listers, J. M. Moore, Nelson Morse, H. M. Hescock auditors, J. H. Merritield, A. T. Warren, H. II. lloyt; overseer of poor, Clark Timson ; town audit, Frank M.jore ; grand jurors, F. Moore, E. P. Wheeler, S. P. Miller ; supt. of schools, M. O. Howe. The exhibition is to be repeated on the ii'tn. N. M. Batchclder has bought A. T. Warren's stock of groceries and is re moving tliem to ins store. OHAKTON. Town ofllceis: Moderator, Sidney Holmes; cleik and treasurer, L. S Walk er; teli ci men. t. W. Davis, Norman Davis, J. A. Pettingill ; overseer of poor, Leverett Phelps; collector, Geo. L Townshend; listers, C. W. Haskell, C, S. White, C. C. Culver; auditors, S. Phelps. A. Nunrs-e, II. A. Thompson;" opt. of schools. Samuel Pbelps. A "sugar sociable" will bo held at the lowji hull u,jca !TuGmlny evening. - Alonzo Nourse showed an English coin recently, dated 1002, and consequently zib years old. Geo. W. Hall sold about 14,000 pounds of wool last week to parties in Baxtons Biver. It is said to be the largest sale of personal property ever made in town, The lveeuin last Monday evening, de cided that intemperance had caused more misery than war. ine loilowmg question will be discussed Kext Monday evening: Resolved, That farmers, as a class, are more independent tlian inecnamcs. OUlLfUUD. Town officers: Moderator, J. H.Rich, mond: clerk and treasurer, S. L. Hunt selectmen, J. L. Bullock, A. S. Gallop, D, McClure; overseer of poor, J. L. Uul lock; collector, J. II. Richmond; audit ors. J. ft. Kicbmond, V. U. Alexander, C. F. Efctuhrouk ; feoce viewers, C. F. Estabrwk. Warren Wilder, John Tbayer erand iuiors, C. E. Alexander. Orson Tbayer ; pound keeper, Marcus Worden agent, C. E. Alexander; school sup t, II. R. Chase; listers. Gurvis Barstow, W. H. Tyler. Frank Ward. GUILKOliD CENTRE. Martin Hill has bought the farm he .formerly owned, ot Kiehard lubbs. Rev. E. W. Whitney will occupy the U niversaiist puipu, in turn place, next .Sunday at i p. m. All are cordially in vited. L SOUTH OUILVOliD. Mr. Chas. Clitbee closes his successful leim of singing school Wednesday even ing with a social trance at Franklin's hall. HALIFAX. Town officers: Moderator, G L Clark ; clerk, J L, Harrington; selectmen, a h Roberta. L W Sumner, F P Pioutv: list ers, Lulber Adams, Warner Stowe, O li Dix; auditors A II Stone, G L ClarK. Frank Worden; overseer of poor, B F Roberta: constable and collector, II R Stone; treasurer, J L Harrington: agent. A H Stone; grand juior, L M Woodard; sop t of schools, Ansel (J Junes. The tax voted is $1 50 on the list, and tbe collector was Instructed to settle before Msrch 1st next. WEST HALIFAX. We are glad to aee O E. Piumb out gtin. Fred Brown goes to Xew York to work next week. . Peter IM wards has purchased a place in oicru.i, wuiiner ue win move. Diphtheria has made ita appearance here, there being one or two cases. IJenry Love has moved on to the fua formerly owned by Martin Whit- jiey ienry Xiles has moved with his family to est iirattieuoro xuKing a situation in Jolii Henkel's furniture shop. lie village lyceum closed Saturday eveiing- Although the roads were very bid goodly number attended. The question was, Ketoltxd, Tbat the Bible is a txok inspired by iod. The discussion waaopeneii by V. B. Oillius on the af firmative, followed by Geo. Hillman on tbe legalive, then by volunteen. It was decided in favor of the negative. Paper welt read by Kiuma iiigley and Nellie WorJen. The following ottirers were chosen for the next meeting: Geo. Hill man presiilent ; U. L. Ciaik, vice-president'' A. C. Jones, tecretary. The meet ing adjourned to the first Saturday in Septamber. JACKSOBVILLE. TOW MKET11IO CEXTUIIAL AUAKaB MKMTI. Tuesday' tow" meetio( o'd a Ux of 70 oeota on tbe dlir for ttie jear's rx pcMf The officers elected are Moder ator. II W B,ighm; clerk. II B B-'lto"; electmeB. R it Brown. A A Wildt-r. II G Porter ; uwisurer d uutee. J W lUicb; ovenerr of poor. Geo Porter; eoMable end collector. W A Browaj hum, J W Mors. Ctae B""; Lh" , W U x; auditors. Uo roner. u orowa. E B Aliea; srasa jorora. i Potter. C Wkr; low. .grnu GeoPorter; sop tof ckoob. A A butin tttdd- The pro)eft a tuiubla cetebralioa of the ItaHb swiversary of tbe tawa's orcaaisi'Ma, oe iaam 17ia aezt. waa diseased, sad awasrahM eatbosiaMi far it BDaaiftat yar.l patiraMM. A sataal oommlttee wa ohosen and instructed to perfvot further arrnngemenU. The silver wedding of Arad Davis and wito was happily celebrntea Tliursaay aflemoon mid evening of last week, by a surprise party of about 100 friends. A rich collution, a wealth of elegant silver present, a lively speocn iy 11. . on liaiii, lOsij., a response by Mr. Davis, fol lowed by appropriate remarks from Rev. R. B. Fay, were tuo leading features of the occasion. N. V. Thayer has sold back his house to Petor Holbrook, and talks of leaving towu. JAMAICA. Town officers i Moderator. L. N. SnrairiiH! clerk. Luke Howard: select' men. Wm. Hastines. W. C. dishing, Daniel Sherwin; llders, Geo, Kellogg, Wm. V. fJnlaman. Chas. Uobbins; audi lois. Geo. Kulloirir. L. N. Sprague. F. E Smith; overseer of poor, IwisPholpa; con -table, Emerson W. Smith; treasurer, Luke Howard; agent, E. (i. Pierce; grand furor. L N. Sprague; fenoe view ers. Asa Howe. Chas. Uobbins, U. Holton; inspeotor of leather, Jerry Howe: superintendent of schools, O. G. Haker: county commissioner, John A. Farnswortb 6 and L. P. Morey 2. At the annual nioetins of the Jamaica Bavingsank Wednesday, the following onicers were elected: president, u Waterman : vice pres., 0. R. Garfield ; clerk and train., J. C. Robinson ; trustees, II. H. Felton, Daniel Sherwin, 0. C. Fitts, A. M. Butler, Wm. Hastings, Geo. Walk er, 0. Biirnham, E. B. Read, C. W. Sprague, D. E. Uobbins. The bank has nearly $70,000 in denosit and is in a nrosnerotis condition, has paid 0 per cent for the past year and udded to tne surplus according to law. At the town meeting it was voted to raise $2 on the dollar of grand list aud 25 eta. additional on the highway tax. LONUONUEKltr. Town officers: Moderator. J. W. Melendy; ' town olerk and treasurer. Dwigtit Tyler; seltotmen, J. W. Melen dy, S. A. Richardson. A. L. Peabody constable, E. W. Melnndy; litters, L. N, Vaile, S. M. Hobart, V. Stoweli ; audi' tors, Jas. L. Martin, Geo. G. Smith, Geo. Walker; overseer of poor, John Aiken town ngont, John Aiken; town grand juror. (J, iluntley; supt. ot scnools, Wm U. Gibson, lax raised, 200 cts. on dot lar. Vote for countv commissioner, George Walker had 193, SOUTH LONDONDERRY. The weather vane was blown from the Methodist church bv Sunday's hich win and as a result II. 11. Collins' barn was badly demolished, and a few cattle with' in somewhat injured. MAIU.BOHO. Town onicers: Moderator, H. W. Bellows; clerk and treasurer, A. M Prouty; selectmen, E. P. Adams, H. F Whitney. R. A. Houghton; overseer of poor, Clark Warren; constable, U. W. Bellows; listers, G. W. Ames. II. W. Bellows. E. J. Higley; agent, Asa Win Chester; auditors, F. E. Howe, C. P Whitney, J.J. Howe; superintendent of cbools, Ji. r. Adams; grand juror, A. M. Prouty. Voted to raise 100 ents on tbe dollar of tbe grand list to defray ex penses the ensuing year. For county commissio ler E. J. Titus bad 25 votes and L P. Morey, 17. The singing school, under the charge of W. E. King, gave a concert Monday evening. Although a bad night, quite an audience was present and ail unite in saying tbat it was a success. Why can't the farmers of this town and the others udjuiuing Brattleboro get together and fix a price for cutting wood for the comina season ? It seems strange that they will allow the choppers to fix the price, and the buyers of the wood to do the same. Hunk tins matter over, talk about it among yourselves, consider wnetlier you can allord to pay as mucu now as you could in war times, when wood sold for twice as much as it does now ? x PUTNEY. Town officers: David Stearns, Mode' 'ator: A. B. Hewitt, Clerk; Dunison Paris, 8. O Parker. 61. XI. Puiubor, selectmen; A IS llewett, treasurer; David Stearns, constable and collector; S. S. Hitchcock. Lernv Shellev. Ira X. Haywood, listers; John Robertson, Leroy Shelley ,John F. Clark, auditors; John K.iOibnii, trustee puDiio money; James Crawford, J. D. Wheat, J. (J. Rubens, fence viewers; Denison Duvis, town agent; I. B. Puffer, M. G. IngaJls. David Stearns, town grand jurors; G. S. Foster, supt. of schools; I. B. Puffer, pound keep er; J. F. Clark, F. L. Pierce, surveyors wood and lumber; David Stearns, sexton. Money voted, 100 cents on grand list. For county commissioner J. A . Farns wortb bad 04 votes. The eross receipts of the Concreca. tional festival Friday evening were fully KM! Thn H.nr. "11.,,,.,.. tl.nn n,l.l"' was deservedly well received. Frederick Stewart, colored, gives one of lus lectures on southern lite, at town hall on Saturday evening, at 7 o'clock subject, "nernuurs JUurcii to uio bea. ItOCKINUUAM. Wednesday p. m., Historical paper on the "Progress of Dairy Appliances," Prof. H. E. Atwood ; "Home Dairying fallacies," Dr. T. II. Hoskiiis. The railroad will carry for half fare, and the farmers of the vicinity win lurnisnacvommouaiions to those attending. AXTONS HIVEK. Rev. G. II. Vibbort Is expected to loc ture on tomiorunce Suturduy evening. Miss Geomla Gayvon announces her select readings iu the Baptist church Fri day evening. STHATTON. Town officers: olerk and treasurer, L. F. Sheldon; selectmen, II. P. For rester, L. W. Sprague, E. L. Grout; lis ters. C. JN, Pike, winaid enepnra, a. D. Knight; overseer of poor, J, B. Tem ple; ooustnble and collector, R. B. For rester; agent, Wiliard Shep'tid; super intendent of chools, E. A. Willis; audi tors, H. Willis, Wiliard Suepard, F. J. Prentiss. TOWNSHEND. ' - Townoflloors: Moderator, 8.D. Wln low, Jr.; olerk, Henry Salisbury; se lectmen. O. U. Garfield, Nelson Wins low, J. D. Livermore; treasurer, James II. Phelps; overseer of poor John S. Fullerton; constable and oolloctor, O. F. Coombs; listers, S. O. Garfield. II. H. Holbrook. E. L. Hastings; auditors. James II. Phelps, S. D. Winslow, Jr., E. J. Knapp; trustee, James 11. rnelps; town stent. IraK. Batolielder; superin tendent of schools, Ira K. Batchelder; countv commissioner, John A. Farns wortb 31, L. P. Morey, 3. Ahnnt thirt.v nf the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. Hall, gave them a sur nrim? a Khort time aim. carrvinir with them u supply of refreshments and 18 worth of presents, to remind them of the fifth anniversary of their marriago. About sixty of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Curr met at their residence last Monday evening, and reminded them of the twentieth anniversary of their noNUVitxi. Five Oild Fellows came from Bnitlle boro Wediiosduy to assist in organizing the lodge here. Goo. W. Barnard of this town fell through a scuttle in his barn Monday morning breaking bis arm twice above uie etuow, flTAlfPOIID, John Collins Is very low with consump tion, and In all probability can survive but a few davs. Mrs, Daniel Moroy also lies in a vory critical condition. The estate of the late Ezek Harris, which lias boon in an unsettled condition since his death, and over which there has been a permanent law suit, is finally settled. Sam'l Groggs, who has had the chargo of the Wiluianth place the past year, moves on to the Cassidy farm. Monroe Whitney has bought the Hiram Sanford place, and takes possession April 1st. Price paid, $000. Fred Stafford moves from the tannery to his father s, and will carry on his farm the coming season. Town officers: Moderator, J. O. San ford; olerk, Ohed Hall; selectmen. J. W. Millard, 8. W. Webster. C. E. Win ohell; treasurer, A. W. Wllmarlh; con stable Patrick Morrissoy; collector, E. Lee; overseer of poor, W. Bratton; listers. Obed Hall, S. W. Webster. John O.tkos ; auditors, J. R. Houghton, J. M. Clougn, Obed Hall; grand jurors, T. Bar ber, T. P. Goodrich ; town agent, Chas. Crosier; supeiintondent of schools. Rev. S. G. Abbott. Excellent remarks were made by Mr. Abbott and Obsd Hall, who were in favor of our school being man aged under the town school system, who felt that the day was not fur distant when our present distriot system would be universally ignored. WOODFORD. ' .,, Lyman Bowles is quite ill with pulmo nary difficulty, and his son Fred is recov ering from lung fever. Jesse Crown has rallied from his recent .,r,il ,,,nal einorlencos. arid in ..5!J-.!? 3 " 26 "IS irlvlntr to the work the tone of dignified, I ayis'i Sami-aii.i.a. U U Ui moat potont ot 1 nml iiultientlv' &iir treatment. I thesltsrsllvaito purity thaiyiMin ana oiwim rational, ana eminently mir "";""; I rh. blouA, dowJmm lurlsontlnc aualltiM, Wl lle: wiTh afervid clonuenco, he kindles ffliuV.B-BKfflTffiffffi the emotion, lie noes noi fy the reason. For lliiisdi has dono a surprising goou worn, wiwi mrtiri. onn ixrond who desire tho serviced of an effective wt 0u rortlry this utsmsut by our owe xpurl uid rnnubib e temneranre orator, one WHO nos.-niMWMww in i will give botn impulse ana ciinraciur to Bpwdy Bellsf ourat sohas and pains, gptedr Keller ourat aohos and paint. ' gpssdr Oough Curt ourat ooniumpUon. spsedf Cough Curt oune oontiimptlon. Mia Niinremelv vltnl movement, not filil in securing the service of Key, Goo. H. Vib- bert, of Boston, ilass. ' ' ' H. II. Hamilton, H. .It. Mitchell, J. D. Folsom, U.J. Amldon, lieo. t. nuDuitu i., FRANKLIN COUHTV, MASS. Jnlin T.immrt was hs.llv liurned in the I fm " fnuniirv at Mlllnra Falls. Saturday, by !L mm- i havimr some melted ban turned In his shoe. - " Editor Flemlns has resiirned from the X7, 1.1 rt.ln, tho .11.11. I . rilll .111111, 1 1H 1 1111 . U1U onnn linclr in Nnrlh Ail.unS. i-OCal tal ent" will probably be utilized forfow weoits. Tnrhn D!r$$i$rf. rslntlMvs Brattleboro, MOVING SOUTH. For Mlller'n Falls and Boaton al 10 axiut,i ami.uuaya; auu iu a. u,,, auu iwp.nl, ror spriunnem ana new vum at taoiexoepi 'V , , - - ti-i.lt- I or spnugneia aoa new lor Jeremiah Lyons of Millers Falls got gondaysiaud loa. in.: ii&B.m trusted lor a suit or ciotnes oouguv ui John Comins, and not paving, was arrest ed and bound over in $100, Comins going bail, when immediately Lyons had Comins "up" formakingthrrnts, etc., ana he, too, was bound over In $300. Charlemont town ofliocrs: Clerk and treasurer, W. E. Mlea; suiirtmen, asses- nd Rutland, 5 to p. For New London and Htationa on N. I. V n H at 1 16 p. m aud 4 20 a. m. For New York via. New London HtaamboaL 26 p. m. MVVJPIU flUBIH, ' For White River Junction. Rutland Wli B!. tr, Newport, Burlington, St. Albant, Ogdenaburg. Kuiivicni. biiu , c-v. m ou m. ill. ror Beiiown ratia and while River Junction. murriage, carrying many useful presents, injury sufficiently to leave town uncero including a china tea set. VERNON. Town officers: Moderator, F. W. Johnson; town clerk, Addison Whittled; treasurer, Addison Whittled ; seleotmen, Erastos Tyler, C. W. French. J. C. Al len; constable, Dwight Johnson; listers, W. A. Franklin, Alonzo Stebbins, E. M. Heard; audilors, J. E. Franklin, S. B. Houghton. F. L. Brown; overseer of poor, G. F. Gould; town agent. M. I. Rued; grand juror. Lorenzo Brown; supt. of schoolr, Fred L. Brown. Tax raised. 33 1-3 sents on a dollar. Com missioner vote: L. P. Morey had 18. Elder If. Mungur of Chicopee, Mass., preaches in the chapel all day next Hun- day. The ladies' circle will hold their annual meeting nt A. Whithed's Wednesday p. m., March 10. SOUTn VERNON. John Twomy, 10 years old, slipped on the ice Friday when opening the engine bouse doors tor a locomotive to dock in, and one of his feet was cut on". His life was much endangered, for a time, from loss of blood. The South Vernon ghost is walking again, it is described as bill and tniu, with a peculiar gait, and wears a sheet swathed about its head and shoulders. It follows Twomy, the watchman at tho en gine house, when no goes 1ns nigbtly rounds to awaken the men who are to go out on the 2 A. M. lreiglit train. Tliey have all seen it. Its next appearance will be greeted with powder and ball. WARDSBOKO. Town officers: Clerk, A.J. Dexter; selectmen, A. J. Dux' or, M. S. Ilaskins, II. M. Kidder; treasurer, L. M. Newell; overseer of poor, F. E. Brigham ; con stable, II. N Fitts; Inters, Spencer Rob- nson, N. a. G.ue, Gen. B. Ball ; auditors, Spencer Robinson, D. A. Hammond, Herbert E. Kidder; trustee of publio money, L. M. Newell; town grand juror. T. F. Johnson; agent, L. M. Newe'.l; superintendent of schools, Franklin John son. WESTMINSTER. Town officers : Moderator. Henry C. Lane; olerk, S. S. Stoddard; seleetmen. V. C. Wright, S. Al. JN titling, freeman Gorbam ; treasurer, R. 3 S ttford ; over seer of poor. Geo. C. Harlow : listers. John B. Morse, Harlan Goodhue, Himan weston: auditors. T. W. W ov. .T. n Richardson, Homer Goodhue: fenoe moniously, and his wife is glad of it. A little girl by the namo of Cutter fell from a chair the other day and dislocated Her nock. JJcatli was instantaneous. Town officers : Moderator, Amos Al. drich; olerk and treasurer. Geo. W. Biokford; selectmen. A. Aldricb, E. Crawford, C. Harbour; overseer of the poor. H. Harbour: constable and collect- or. S. E. Gleason; listers. E. Evans, Jr., G. W. Bickford, Geo. F. Kooa; auditors, J. R.Mallory. Arthur Andrews, L hvans, Jr. : trustee tf publio money, E. Erans, Jr.; sealer of weights and measures. S. M. Bowles; fence viewers, Geo. Mnllory, II. Harbour, H. Knapp; town grand juror. 1-. r.vans. Jr.; inspector ot leat ti er, P. Weld; school committee, Arthur Andrews, G. W. Knapp, M. Harbot town agent, J. R. Mnllory. A tax of $2 on the list was voted for town purposes, 10 cts. for highway, and 50 cts. for schools. Knrn and overseers of the poor. Ansel L. Tyler, L. B. Rice and A. A.liawkn; school committee, L. B. Rice; constable and col lector, H. D. Legate, for fj3. Appropria tions: Schools, 1 100; pumers, WO; hlgli. wavs. $1500: bridges. JIJOO; current ex penses, $1C0; debts and charges, $2000. Colontine town officers: , Clerk and treasurer, A. C. Smith; selectmen, Earl Shearer, A. G. Dwight and Lorenzo bpurr: assessors, A. A. Smith, C. B. Detdson, and H. M. Peterson; school 'obninfiltoe for three vears, G. B. vi;"llctor and constable J. D. Milhv nfetluY Appro priations: Highways and bridges, S1500; schools, $2000; interostllt'0jdebt) $1500; officers' bills, $500; pau(wr-TO0; inciden tal $:100; largo bridges roOO. The Heath Congresliunalista, being minus a cnoir, nave arranged to practice singing at tne ve try Monday evenings. FJx-Selectman Wm. 8. Gleason and For White Hlver Junction. Burllnttnn. Hi Al. bani, Ogdenaburg, Montreal and the Weal, 10 SO p. m Applea.bbl. roiaioea. on Butter, lb Cheese, lb KICK'S, dOI Moiaaaua.Kat Syrun. Sugar, raw, lb do refined do mar.lt. Salt. T I. bu Teaa-Iapan, Oolong, Young tlysoi., Bulled oil, gal Raw do BRATTLEBORO MARKET. Sepmitd by J. W. FroH i Oo. BtTAll. I flaS 00 I 60aW V0a: THE BEST OFFER YET, He Vermont Farmer WILL BE BENT POSTPAID, ON TfllAL, TO JULY 1ST, 1880, FOR Only 25 Cents. (Subscribe now. Tell all your neighbors of this great offer, and ask them to IKY IT. , 14.18 17 oai'js SaU Vail 12al5 IHI JftaiW ooaso so 76 Keroaene, Turpentine, Lime. DDI i oats, bu Corn, Moal.cwt Cotton need meal, Middlings, Bran. Flour, bbl Rye meal, lb (irabam flour. 12 80 ISO f SO S6 1 20 HO 1 16 7 &0a9 60 s All papers stop when the time is out. NOW OPENING! ISTBTT STYLES OlP CLOTHING ! "EW CLOTHS ztcik CLOTHING MADE TO MEA- SU11E. Kxg,do Maple eugar, tnb ease WINDSOR COUNTV. Three hundred of the friends of Prof, and Mrs. A. C. (iiitterson of Owatanna, Mich, and lormerly ot Antlover, com plimented them upon their silver wed ding tne otner nay, wttn a ptiuiic recep tion and fr-i-HJ worth oi presents. Numerous Ludlow ladies feel like scalping a suave ami adroit peddler who has victimized tnein tiy selling mem some ordinary varnish s a "furniture renovator." One of the tricks of his trade bus been the daubing over of their pianos to show the wondrous etiects of his stun, ot course he aitvaya came oy the advice of neighbors, and hud his satchel carried by a boy w ho kept back out of sight until after he had effected an entrance in the house. W. R. Sturtevunt has been appointed postmaster at HurtUtiid. Annie, bbl Potatoea uew Bcaub wife celebrated the ao.'h ntuiivMisuirv rtf I Butter, llinlr u-u.lilin, ThnnJu ...nt.. f l.., Cnuehe, wek. Some drunken Irish tr;imns recentlv attiu ked the house of Rufun M. Swift of Whately, when he and his wife were away, and had nearly brokun down tiie uoor, ingnening nnuiy the children and a young woman in the house, when the uog set on mem ana Held them at bay till htttlion Agent Waite of North Hat- nelii, came to the rescue, when they hastily decamped. A case of extreme destitution in re. ported .tit Coleraine. A fumilv of five. consisting of a stout and healthy man of about sixty', a grown-np son, a 14-year-old girl and a unv of two. are l'vimr in a shanty in the western pjrt of the town and it is said have been fir weeks with out food except a little Indian meal anil wlmt the woman could Retbv beztriiia. "Uncle" Hezekiah Smith, fcTinerly prom inent in townalTairs, was pirsenteil with an easy-chair ami various other presents on his 70th birthday, recenly. Hay, ton Wood, dry do green WHoi.rjui.jt. 3 60 Hides. Ib 4'iaW; Calfslthu, 1 5tia'200 Pork, druwed ataa6! Beef, is Veal ' 15alC Mutton " I I.amb " SalOl Turkeys, drewtd 8al2i Chicken, " I0 00al2 00 a mm mi ( Uua4 to 7 6a6 4 6 6 1G 14 Address LEWIS P. THAYER, Montpelier, Vt. Tmnks. Bags, and All goods will be sold at the Lowest Trice . for Cash. -21 C-OOZDS, Uiabrellas, Watertown Urioli Live Stock Market. Mnrrh 2. sm. Market Beef Choice 7 3iwa7 50: ertrn 6 7:( 7 OO; nt quality 6 0"wUSi; neeond quality 600a 6o0; tlitnl quality 4 00a4 75. N. B, Choice iuuluiluK nothing bui Htnll fee. liuo'to 14 ftp. bullockH. Kxtra aud flint aualltr in clude the best fat oxen. 8eooii(lai)d third quality Include oxen and two and three year old tfcrs. Ktore Cattle Worklnc Oxea. V pair, from $100. l;i'.al7U. MHchCowriaiidCalveti 20,3oaf0. b arrow Cows. 10a2Ti. ioarliiiffw.7all: two tiki n old. 12a25; three yearn old, aa 7. B wine Western tat, live 5)-ia5,'4c Ib. Northern d reused hog- 6c V lb. Sheit ami LambM In lot 92 7fta4 fiO aa-h: nxtm $s inM-i m each, or from Ah6l4c V tb. Spring lainbh fia7'c 1 lb. veai jaireri, i ratine id. Brighton hides, be b. Brltfhton tallow. 65c per Ib. Country hide. 7a7Uc. Country tallow, Look Here ! BKKNARDSTONi Town ofTiccrs: Clerk Atrttis., II., Slater: selectinun, assessors and overseers of the poor, H. O. Boot, E. S. Hitlirt and C. K. litlls ; cons. tt collector. U. U.AIIen : school committee for one year, l)r,Q. A. Wheel er, for three years, Mrs. A. U. Chase., Appropriations for all purtmses, $3100. OII.L. I Rev. Mr. Finch of Greenfiold closed the regular course of lectures, Avith his vivid sketch of Colorado and frontier life, Town officers: Clerk A: treas., O.F.Hale: selectmen, assessors and overseers of the poor, h. f . Mratton, 1st, li. L. Athcrton Boston Produoe Market. it arch S. IKS0. BUTTKK. New York and Vermont. Creameries SO altfc Choice Dairies 2ft atvic Kalrtotj.mil IS a.'Sc C11KKSK. Nhw Cheefe. 4 t:hoice Northern Factory 14 ai:c ralrtotrooa ......1 alV Common 10 HUu POTATOES. Rafltern and Northern Kone Hh&Ht: Prolit)(!R. ooh.Vk; Jackpona .....loatsc K008. A kerosene lamt) exnloded ill the house and Lewis E. Clark: school commit tap of Lewis Child, of Bridgewutcr, the other Miss Carrie Cannine; ronskibles, Gilbert evening, duriiiR tne absence ot me ituniiy, Stacy. Appropriations: Hchools, $800 DUt was ioriutuuciy extiinjuisoeu oeioru ninways, UO; ana otner expenses, much iinnift!?o was done. I ifiii.tl I. Tho meeting of the Windsor county After the steady ruin ofjthe night of teachers and ollicers' association, held at "i un., tne ice in tne nver opposite Hurtland last week.- was lnnre and in- our shores will probably clear. The foresting, the programme being unusually K.r"8SI"g has been p'recuriofis for some eood and the subiects treated Dractical n0 Past. Bluebirds and robins have and uselul. Prof. J. K. Lord of Cart- mouth college delivered an address on xtte vitaracterisLics oi a iruu dcijw Frank Gifford. formerlv of Eoyalton, has been arrested and sentenced to State s viewers. James II. Ellis. Wm. B. Ctittins Prison in Illinois as a circus pick-pocket. f.nmiM.1 ,,. I, linrr- m..mt xt , He eavB h is un me as "Brown" and broke s, vz. ... , r:;tr.,-.l i neree. Homer UoodUue; inspector of -. : " ., . , Town officers : Moderator, A. N. Swain ; clerk, i . A. Uolles; seleetmen, L. U. ilow ard, Charles .Smith, M. K. Lawrence: lis. ters; E. li. Osgood, 1). K. Barry, L. W. Adams; overseer, L. ti. Eddy: 1st consta ble. . A. George; 2d constable, L. T. Lov- ell, Jr.; collector, A. George; tretusurer. J. 11. Williams jr.; grand turors. Daniel Higgins, Benjamin .Scoiield, John I'roctor; sutit., 11. I'eltengill, -U. 1). Tax raised, 60 per cent to pay current expenses, and 1U per cent toward paying indebedness. BELLOWS FALLS. The first pulp was ground in the new mill Saturday. The village schools close Friday next. with prize speaking in the evening. John Cray has purchased a lot on Hen ry street of Charles C. Cha pin, for $520. The band gives a concert, vocal and instrumental, at Suxtuns River, nest Fri day. The "Doctor of Alcantara" was fairly acted and tu.ig, deserving a good house. but only a small audience was present. Mrs. Kate R. Black has sold the farm formerly occupied by tier deceased hus band, to Dennis Drisloin,of Westminster for $7,400. It is rumored that there will be another raid upon the liquor sellers here, but no body is certain of it but Crazy Dawes, and he won't tell. Dr. Vincent Gosselin has brought suit against the town to recover his fees for services rendered the Bustead family during the small pox sickness. Jean Leonard is about to exchange his desk in the freight office of the V L alley H. B. for one iu the ollice of the Fall Mountain mill. Tbe Bellows Falls minstiels held a meeting at Town s hotel Saturday night and decided to give a ''show 'after Lent. 1 be old end men have been persuad ed to play. The Bellows Falls Canal Comoauy have sold a lot on Henry street to Dan iel Beaton and M.tlcotn Finl.iysoa for $500, where they will soon commence the erection of a bouse. The entertainment in behalf of the Irii-h relief fund was only a tolerable suc cess. Jlie prizes were drawn as follows : Easy chair, Father Galvin of North Wal pole ; firemen's trumpet, Bridgeman iioxc comtHtny ; gold chain, J. B. Farley : lantern, ileiiry Titus. The chair and truuiiiet did not draw nearly enough to pay lor themselves. Town meeting passed off without t.ny great excitement, though the article. relative to a town hou-e, and the toll bridge were warmly discussed. A com mittee of live were appointed to look up and get terms for suitable site for the former, to report Mann future meeting. while the selectmen were appointed coinniilte to commit with the selectmen of tli. neighboring towu acroa. the river and see what they will do in regard to tbe bridge. The Vt. Farm Machine Co.. are now moving into their new building, tbe for mal opening of which takes place next week, with the ioliowiug iogramme: Toewlay a. m, Addreaa of tlian by Iter. A. B Daavomb; -Salt," CoL B. f. ker, of New I ork. Turaday p. leather, Wm. Cutler; pound keeper, J.u. . Xiins; agent, Jenelor Arnold: school sup't, Rev. F. F. Barnard: trustees of the surplus fund, T. W.- Wiley, Homer Goodhue; trustee of the Campbell fund, H. (J. Lane; 1st constable and collector, Geo. R. H trio iv ; 2d constable, B. F. Sleeper. Vi te for county commissioner, John A. Farns worth 61, L. P. Morey, 2. Voted to raise 50 cents on a dollar. Mr. F. J. Line has bought of Geo. VV. Nowcomb's farm in Putney for $6,500; J. Wilkins has bought Mr. Henry Wil lard's new house for $1,000; and Marvin Davis has bought the Oaks farm for $3,800. WIU-tAMSVILLB. Mr. Tyler's team has creak 'd, of late, under heavy loads of green plank from D. Dickinson's mill, which are to be riven into basket stuff at Northampton. The Universalis! sewing circle gathered last Thursday afternoon and evening, at the residence of Mr. George Johnson, to the number of about titty. Beside a hounteous repast there was the greutost sociability, well rendered dialogues, fine music and an excellent declamation by G. brown. Single horses were in requi sition, and the famous milk-white span, owned bv D. A. Dickinson, and guided by him, did noble service in conveying to and fro happy groups. WILMINGTON. The town liquors have been removed to the new town hull. Mooro's photograph room is to be opened by Frank Crosier, March 8th. Tho friends of Rev. Mr. Fowler ten dered him a donation at his residence, Wednesday evening. sistcd strenuously at his trial that ho was not the man wanted, but at the time was icoiuuia ui ouuroii in uuh uuumy, out he had no money to fight his cause and was refused time to send home for evi dences of an alibi. Communication wit h the postmaster at Sharon, however, has elicited proot positive that uiuord was employed on the town farm there at the time this uttair occurred in Illinois, and the evidence has been sent on to Illi nois. Probably Gifford will now get a new trial. CHESTER. Town officers : Moderator, H. L. Al- drich ; selectmen, Calvin Hinds, Albert Baldwin, Ira Adams ; overseer of poor, a. a. Adams ; constable, Win. 1'. Uo lge; iiBiers, j . k. itictisnlson, J. li. Uhnndler, R. P. Pollard; erand jurors, L. M. Car penter, 1". W. Marsh. Lewis W., sun of Rev. Mr. Flanders, Rector at Chester, accidentally shot him self in the leu last Sundnv itnvmnnn nt Cluremont, N. H., where he was attending sciiuui, wuiic uaiiuiiiig a revolver. 8PItINGFIELl). Town officers: Moderator, S.im'l Rollins; town clerk. Sam'l W. Poiter; seleotmen. Sam'l Brown, Cha. A. Le land, F. W. Porter; constable and eon lector, W. H. IL Putnam; overseer, James White; listers, Sam'l Rollins, H. H. Howe, .1. M. ButterBeld. Raised $1.20 on a dollar. Voted to repair town ball and purchase driving park. WESTON. Town officers: clerk, Sara. Peabody ; selectmen. W. W. Manning, 8. E. Car penter, Geo. Coleman ; constable, M. L. Sweetland; ovwBecr of poor, R. B. Jnquith; grand juror, J. G. Bryant; been quite nlentv ith us fur u week iiast, nd the wwt!ieVaTtn nnrt spring like. The traditional 'chintnonk has also made his appearance : tiie old Indian sign that "the heart of winter is broken." About 8 or 10 inches only of frost in the ground, and present appearances indicate tne return oi spring. LEVDEN. Town officers : Clerk & treas.. TJ. T. Dar- ling; selectmen and assessors, D. Mowry, D. . Carpenter, C. W. Severance; school committee, M. L. Williams; constable, J. II. Newcomb. Appropriations, schools, $000; poor, $500; highways, $500; other ijui-jmjscs, a'Ouo. KORTHKIELD. Town officers : Clerk ami trens.. E. Lv- man ; selectmen, assessors and overseers of the poor, Lewis T. Webster. A. A. Hodenl and Henry W. Montague ; collector, R. K. Caldwell for $82. Appropriations $8375. Officers of Harmony Lothre of F. and A. M., for the present year are: G.N. Richards. W. M. : S. G."Titus. S. W.: H. G. Stockwell, J. W. ; C. Merrium, treas urer; G. F. Alexander, secretary: Rev. W. W. Tufts, chaplain; W. E. Merrium, master : E. L. Holton. H. 1). : G. J. Bacon, J. ).; II. Holton, S. S : C. Ware, J. S.; E. W. Colton, I. S. ; Walter Field, Tyler. Eastern . per dor Aortnern Weatcro BEANS. Choice Pea. perbu Choice mediuina Yellow eves HOPS. Eastern, per lb.... WOOL. New York A New Hampuhire X Mti.hiDn am Wluinnsltl X and No. 1. Ohio and Peunaylvanla X and XX... ..IS ..15 ..14 aise nin aUk: -1 7'.at :W ..I ali ..2 l(ia'J'26 .4 a fSc . u . 6i a sue New York Stock and. Money Mar- -, atet. Nsw Yore. March . w, Money loaned at t pereent. (ioverumcm bonds: 0.8.8,I8Sl,reir'd lOfiM ao new oh reg a .... - ao f i-ai reg- a ... . iuo do 4. reird .... . 106 T OFFER these choice barnatni' In real estate. Now la the time to buy. With ray other busi nei I hare loo ruui h of this aort ol nroiwrtr to look a nor. ' 1. A lot of TO acroa, about half liioture and half wood and tlmlmr, ! mile, from the court house at Ni wfnne. The pasture will keen a) head of cattle. 7ju cash ill buy the lot, with t ie bieMiuxs of the narrow a-anne .railru. thinwntn. 2. The beat pasture In Wilhilugtoa. Seventy Ave acres, all Blopmif south and east. A splendid sugar orchard of 70U uvea. It will fatteu 'JO bead ol beef cattle a aeason. Win. V. Kluhardaon had tu o, vnn iruiu u una seasou, ana at, many last. Ask hliu about It. tlO'i will buy thla. 8. One ot the beat chance, lor a hard wood lumber business Iu New England. It ia a ilrnt class water privilege, good daui, wheels, poorisb uilll, fulr dwellliiK house, a lew acres of cleared laud, L'Ul acres ol hi rd wood timber. Lecatcd tn lleausboro. Vi luilea from Hoosac Tunnel, is from Nurth Albania, uu a crwl rimi! .m.i ...1, uin buy It now. 4. I have an 160 acre farm, i'j miles from L..cks Pond Vlllsge, near Mount Mineral t-prinp, alxut ball In shuteabury auu half iu Vteudeii, Franklin Oo., Mass. It haaa nnt-rale sugar or I'harii upon it. and considerable wood atitl tltp. br. The l.uildings and fences are out of repair. A better chance for an enterprising young roan, with a small capital, than can be found weal. 1 will sell Oils pp. pern forJTW. 6. A bout WW ai re oi tbe beat tlaibtr lan i In Vermont, located In Wilmington, flearsbuiy, nnd Keadslmro, ti.r sale Iu lotstoault nuri hiisera so that liiey will be good Investments tor the tuturc 6. 1 oiler that nice, well-hull! hi.nw ni hn. and the lotou w bii hthey stand, in Eslrwille, formerly owned bv Ezra T. Hayues. fortr-'O. it Is well littiil for two families llaa rented all through tbe hard times for SI9 per nionth. Ttie buildings alone cost Sl.'im Nosuun bargain can te found tn Hrattlcboro except iim jiuuse, mini nnu mi 0:1 r eaiern Avenue belonging to the estate of L. Hart Wilms, which I am authorized by J. H. Richmond, assignee, to sell for $100. This house is now vacaut, and will be rented until sold. S. My law nrui has some clienta whodonnt like t.i pay taxt-a on bank stocks: they want to sbltt into 4 per cent U, S. Honds, In their behalf we otter several lota of Block on Firat National Bank of Bi-attleboro, and West River Natloual Bank of Jamaica. CHAS. X. DAVENPORT, araulebom, Deo. IS, 1S7.. . latf PHATT, WEIGHT & CO., No's 2 andi3 Granite Row, BRATTLEBORO, VT. 11 mi DEALING WE KNil W .111 If 11 if. r w mm VECETACLE PAIW EOLLEB A PUnBLT VFOETABMr, RF.MCDT m INTCBNAl AND EXTERNA! DSI, and la a! way. 1'ERPBCTI.y BAFIi in tho haS. of even tiie moat inexperienced person TIIKOAT Tut??!? q",,!k rme1,r f0r t0l"ri"S, SOR aAi,tllII,l,s, and similar troubles; allanla lnatant iv.i !n. , anft ni1iunt form, of DIPHTHERIA, and la tne best known remedy for rthcnmatlam and Kenraiicta. Tho Oldest, Best, and Irlost Widely Known Family Modlclne In the World. J b"1 "d with auU wonderfnl imceeu In aO SEWTEIIV, and all BOWEL COMPLAUi'W that i: ia sauA lAXiiomug vure mr intyi uiHeo&ca. Has stood the test of FortyYears' Constant Use In all Countries and Climates. It I.RECOMME.VDED by I'hy.lclana, JtIla.lon.rir minister., Managers or Plantations, Work-Shop., and Fnttorlea, lui, lu Hospitals in abort by Everybodr. Everywhere, w ho has ever given it a trial. IT IS WITHOUT"ARiVAL AS A LINIMENT. It should alwnya be used for Pain In the Back and Side, nd brings speedy and iicrmancnt relief in oil oiaea of Ilrulses, Cats, Sprains, Sever. Ourna, Scald,., etc. Wo family can safi ly lie trKliont It. It will annually Save many tunes iu cort iu doctors' bills, and iu price brings it within the reach of all. It la sold at 23c., OOc., and W Per bottle, and can iia obbilned from nil '.. ' "u P PERRY DAVIS & SON, Providence, R. I. .-.-.-rr Proprietors. WILMINGTON Cash and Keadj-Paj Store Is tbo place where you enn buy the most I Notices ot Blrthn, Marrtaeefi and Deaths insert- edfree: all Obituary Poetry however, will Invar rtablr becbanted for at tne rateot 10 cent pe- lluej. BIHTB9. Fisher In Brattleboro. Feb, 28, a sou to Fred fl. Fisher. Hpxcock In Dummeroton, Feb. 16, a tmn to AIvJd Chosikix-Iii Halifax, Feb. 27, a iod to Alson and Mary roster. Smith In Eatt Dover, March 2, a sod to Mr an Mm Lr-slif Smllb. Campbell In NorthileM, Maw,, Feb.l3,adaugh ror tit Mr. Hnn Mrs. JHtiiiN CtttnDDeil. Doomttle In Bernardston, Maw,, Jan. 7, a sou to Kdward aim jucy a. uoomue. lOnO Tlnrna finlil in fhA T.of r m dollar of any place in Wind Path Vnon I " j"""' "w BOWP uneoi ury i uuvub, uTOCeries. urftikrr. Pinta fkiio BooU, Shoes and Rnhbor Viau p.iinb w ... .. , . . i n. . I 4j:: e w., - i nave jun reoeivea at mjowoivm iu hwvdw i uitnjiuines, (SC.. tCO. terfieia, K. H., nrenh load or nanawjrae animaii from Iowa and Canada. Among them are five pairs closely matched horse. Partlea wishing full information about theft horses should address C. P. GILSON, Won- Chkstkrfibld, N. H. or SENNXSOHr OA VII. 28-30 PUTNCTi VT. MAUDIAGES. Sugaring lian begun in some parts of gU,t. of scliools. 1). G Wiley, Voted to u f.iwn thitiirh tlm uiain flu,., nnt. I : en ... - . . ... the town, though the season duet) not promise icreat results. Kev. W. N. Barber's iBctnre, Sunday evening, ine progress oi Universalism from the Kith century." Those parties who pleaded tbe hardest for votes during the past week, gut the least recognition at the pulls Tuesday. Tues lav's town meeting was well at tended and aside from the miitterinvs of a few (who it would eeetn are exceeding ly hard to please) the result was unusu ally satisfactory. Town officers: Moderator. David Bills : clork and treasurer. Hosea Mann Jr.; selectmen. O B l.iwton, CbauncT Dtnitn, II li Winchester: overseer of poor. Clark Chandler; grand jurors, Da vid Bills, John Harris: constable,. 1st. EE Wheeler; 2d. Stillman Bubinson; liateis. M L Burr. Clark Chan tier, E E Wheeler; auditors. Elward Titus, Clark Chandler, S B Barnard; trustee of pub lic woney. David Bills; fence viewers, S 1 Davenport. C K Boyd. O E Butter- field ; agent to prosecute and defend anils, II li Winchester; snp't of schools. E J Temple; pound keeper. J (i Kidder; in spector of lent her, II F Birber; inspec tor of lumber and shingles, eo E Haynes; collector of taxes, J II Kidder. Vote for ooantv commissioner. EJ Titus. M D. 117, L P M orey, 68. John Rudd and wife have received 400 from the town of Bennington for damages sustained on the highway last September. raise 60 cents on a dollar, which Davs all indebtedness. Tax collected for 7-8 of 1 per cent by Wm. Lawton. CHESHIRE COUNTY. N. H. BENNINGTON COUNTY. The North Pownal manufacturing com pany has made a voluntary advance of 22 per rent on weaver's wagek. The anti-Park people had another walk over at Bennington Tuelay, eletting Samuel F. Harris, the "ousted" village moderator, M. C Hilling and Alfred K..l inxon selectmen, and all the othrrrs by an average maiorirv of 225. A. li. liard- Tlie butter cow - Ktriu.nl Uuodman, ner. M. Cw Hulina- and R. S. fhil.ts wore jr.; rroail r arming, Evening. Firming," lr. T. II. ii rknia. appointed a committee to petition the Nobility of Farming," Col. an-xt LmKlatnre Vr the riiAt to fa tb jonn a. Meau ; rmturn, nuwrrrw. fcanuorn or Prof. At water. Wealneaiiay, -Feeding," O. M. Tinkbaa J dairying is iuuriaad," tx-iov. J. Crraajiory rxnitn. town's iitt."J of floating debt in bonds of 2o and upward. R. f. t bilds, Itomo crat, has 6Cj aujoriry tar county oom- The Keene light guard battalions has made arrangements for a 10-davs' sotith- I.: . i. 1,1. eni trip, viniiin; ew iuia, x iiiiit,iciiiia, ISaltiniore, Wiuthiiigton and Richmond, leaving Ke;nc April 28. Gov. Head and stuff and Col. White and stall' will accom pany them. CnESTERFIKLD. FATAL AtX'IUEKT. James Cowdery, of Westmoreland, about 22 years old, was fatally injured while changing a belt in Fowler's mill on Tuesday of lat week. His neck was broken, but lie lived in an unconscious suite until the next morning. A good company and a pleasant time at the Universalist levee on Wednesday evening. Songs by Mr. Barton were fine ly rendered. Music by Burnett & Hig gins' band for dancing. Mrs. Eliza neit her, at J. W. White's, was visited by a surprise party of almut 40 Satiirilay evening, tbe occasion being her 7orh birthday. She is active and hearty, and a favorite with all. Two sons and a daughter and several grand chil dren were present. A nice easy chair and other valuable gifts were presented. UIN8IIA1 r. The Hinsdale dramatic club are to pre sent on Satunlay evening March 2o, the moral and effective drama, 'The Whiskey Friend," at the town hall. If for no other reason, for the advan tage it may he to the friends and cause of temperain-e, we desire to take this means of giving expression to our aiiiireciation to the recent sen-ices of Mr. ibborL We wish to hrartily recommend him to all who may do-ire the labor of a most ef fective temperance orator. Mr. Yihbert is a man of stainless repute, with an es tablishcd character as a divine, an ex member of the Massachusetts legislature, where he distinsuisheil himself bv one of tiie most eloquent and masterly argu ments in liehalf of tem;vrance ever heard before that famous tssly. Mr. Vib bert happily moots a great and growing need of the !enifranra work, bv depart ing wholly frwaa tb path of rariiuig dia- .BERKSI1IUE COrjNTY. MArJP. J A cock fiiiliting pit lias been broken up at l'ittiitield, and a number of "prominent citizens" arrested ami fined fur being caught attending the sjiort. In the row which followed amonirsomeof the roughs after the raid by the police officers, Norah Tcnncy, a seamstress I'.i years old, was accidentally snot in the grotru A new thing in spiritual mediumship is said to have been deve:oid in North Adams in the person of Aloertus Sedg; wick, 25 vears old, who front a ten-days' siege of semi-delirium emerged into a habit of pleasing visions in which Vol taire, sundry "ancients in Biblical cos tume" and banks of Arabs visited him and brought him Datternsof antioue mil sical instruments. For two months he has been engaged in making those in struments, anil has produced an ' octa chord" anil an "Arabian banjo." The octachord is composed of ol pieces of 12 different woods, and has eight strings, as its name lndicttes ; the banjo has five strings : the const rucHiin of both is de scribed as ingenitts and peculiar, and it is even said that good music can be pro- luceo on them. lion lias evidently liemi WiuiilatBd in mug man bv an aim jam, I nervous con- lit inn, and this is so liiiiTt better than niateriaiis.itioiis and d read fill blank verse bv i in beci le spirit Slmkespeares and Milions, that it is to be encouraged. The Biblical and Arabic geniusM can't possi lily inspire him with anything worse than the accordion, which lias never been charged to other than a niiii(lane origin, Whitb Rice In rharleatown. N. H.. Uarch?.bv Kev. 0. H. Dunlnp, Herbert 14. White and Kate 1. Ktce. notn 01 KticKitieiiam. vt. WlLBl'B Bliss In Bertiardfton, Maa... Feb. 2i, tiv Kev. U. at. Pierce, W. P. Wllt,ur and 14ra, Martha A. Ulisa. DEATHS. MAiii iRC In Brattleboro, Feb. 14, Chas. Maffutre, ajred . Martin rn Brattleboro, March 1, Francis Mar- un, apfea 1.1. Htratto.n In Marlboro, Feb. 2, Henry O. Strat ton. aired 45. EuifY In Townshend, Feb. 29, E. P. E!dy. aired 60. " Wait In North Hfnudale, N. H., Feb. , at the ri'Mdewe oi ner bruUier. Henry Barrett, Mrs Emt rancy Wait, aed 70 yearn. 11 months. Dki.vy In Cilll, Masn., Feb. 25, Ruby, widow of ine i rip reier ueivy, area o. Smith In Sunderland, Mass, Feb. 20, Bybll K., wiutiw ui n mti i-mion nmim oi Araaem, Wii.i.iAMS In Leverett, Haas., Feb H.of diph- uterm, r.iuuin, oyfra; tea. 17, Alice x,. aneu i years, cnuaren or isewls Williams. " I Vine f4 Weakly Pri duct ot We Krttpe is pies eadiDi: lrians in the 8 peer's Port fin ape W sonm. i hi exrellent pnMiuct rnnea ami uned ty lite leadme country, ben a generous "d ntuiUhiiiK wine isdelraiie: tupciuiiy for Tenntiss aved persons sons and coiiMiutptives; and t- ciiiin-nes tor cotnniunlou. Hundreds of New fi.rk PhU'taua ne vi-iieu pt-er ineyarn s ai-n n ine Leusrs but twelve units di-Unt from .evr Vorfc. For sale by I. N. 'i iiobm 4c i-on. 1 As a Ccke roa Piles. Kidnet-W-rtscu ilrst by OTerormiiiK hi Uie mildest, ntamior tendency tocoiistitwunn : then by fix (treat wile ami invig orating properties, it rotore tn health the debit iu ted and weakened aru. Wn have hundreds of certified eurer, where all fine tad tailed, lee it and tuner uo longer, j Speedy Belief cures aches and pain. Speedy Relief cures aches and pains. Speedy Relief cures aches and, wio. Ppeedy Cough Cure cures eonsuantiuii- Spcedy 81t ia Uh bett known. fipeedy Salve la ti e best known. Hood A Co. have received a u Luring teMimc niai ot a rem arte b cure c.f -M-rffula by ui H'Hti a AtUAiA kills, liMU a ladf iu ISortn tii f .rd. ale. lHMT ProiL Yol Btnra -Firmfii. So not ran me m ot ni.uttr yur butttt hy uning rar rv, annaiui r other iheip etnott, wben weiia, KichardMD A Cu.'s Pf afKTivft (tiTitl Colon Is so UiiK-n twtwr. It t htirmlna a ail, and nevef give a dull reddish wUa, or am uuie or smelL it i made In a MMtiy M-t-nttic wianner by n skillful cbeniktvt, and can aiwaa to railed e. When exhanted by menial kahoruvke Kmyrr WtKT Ut snainiauin healthy action ai ail wgaua, at a am Wi?pa! Thesndden rkstwsand high win bk-b ftrevafl in lanh ntu a awittin of Ihs' feuxiaaiway. m-e-triary to have at band. It Is n sura crura tr ni M.:rt biail iuii Dress-Making. nAVIXO had many year, experience in the lrea and Cloak making buaineaa, I wiah to aav in iae laaiea 01 israiuenoro ana vletlilty, that I have taken the rooma former), on-nnleil hv Mm Weatherhead. and will do all kinda of ureaa ana i loa. Maiiiig in aatyllab andaatlsfac- vurv iiiniiuer. aina. a. o. uail.ll.a.1 Brattleboro. March 4. lsHO. Mif To Rent. OIX ACRE4 OF LAND, with a good Hnate. Barn, Hheds, Ac, situatdl near the Fair Ground, There is one acre of Hirawberries on the place, and the whole Is under good cultivation. The above premises will be rented for one year at a reasonable price. A hone and wagon will be rvuicu w lilt uiv ia3c, ii ueiireti, THOMAtt O'CONNER. Brattleboro. Vt, March B, iww. WSi mum mm imnn BEGINS AOAIN MABCH 17. Thnrbugh In iLrtrucilon In each department by e.vnnnini iw.n. aui,i. opportunity ,lTn to those wiahfnK to uke inatnimental or voc music oi au expenc-iKxa leacner. C. E. BLAKE, A. KM Friaoipal. Wwt RraUlebom, Vt March 4, INC. Chairs Re-Seated, AIL PERSOHf h.Tln(toldCane Seated Chain " with the bottoma out, ran have them aeatl. . nmrwu,,,,, ,mm m naaonaoie price. rr'i 1 "a H. E. MUNSELL. tr Jaauioav, Vt. Riitt.-. kii.uii Brrrr a. will ear all .11 kia lnm a.vauwbenMaacaa.iwrktt'- Twt he, lean ill ar .mIm vn. , la Hav m Joats-ar. . abjika aaia UwataJfT. Administrator's Sale, WILL be sold as Publ'p Aurtt n nn To a. aUy. Mmh 834. 18 SO. at 75 olook, A. If., nkarp, at the residence of i,s, i bujdb, it oeoeaaed, or liuiir.rd, vtu the following Personal Property: One good fhmily Horse, one pair Stag, very fair beef; on pair Oxen, rood worken: tn a. y-nrold Steew. one year-old tag. two Cows m uu ir . wtm .irw jaiiu n Afw. i r irrow uov, S YrltnTS Calvee, 1 Khoaf, Hay and (irmin. one B'lcvy Wagon, one Faprem Wairon. one Lumher W gn. one Oa Uart. one Travene Sled, two l-ht.r- Traverse Hlvnla mm Hlih. nna p.aaia. flieieh Huwmg Mac-Aitie. one Wheel Hr-e-Kake no Irag Rake. iw Mm pure t'urlu, three Uay F. f kA, oi.a Harrow. (kh ph.w, three Uraft Chain. Iron Har. Grain Cradle. IWtie. I Mdea. t Aim. on Harneas, two lap Kooes. there nnl-touva. 1 d saw, 1 Bx Seed H- er, fMee Tran. rl ttap Buckets. 1 Sap Pan. 1 Heattr. I Braaa kettle. I Hiiamntif-f.ff Paji, iha Ni t Pork. I I ? labia. Vineaar. sca-k Cider, a vA Luaalwr and ikin. glea. and a h of C,rpaatr s Tools. .m mx, au at inn HOUSEHOLD FTJRK1TITIIE t (VaiMtnc tf Beda. Beddiaf. Nmt. Crfkrry, and auny att .rucM. m Boaacno. k m. tataa. .au Poainva. r e. TaTtOaV 4aiakarac. . klVllUVPl', OiviaraalTf,MMkMWl f4JI HALF A CENTURY OLD, I. a .tire remedy for Coueln, Colds, Whoop, ing Cough, and all Lung disease, when used in season. Fifty years ago, Elder Downs was civen up by his physicians to uic wiui tonsurnpuon. Under these circumstan ces he compounded this Clixir, was cured, and lived to a cood old aire. You can try It for the price of one doctor's visit. I or sale everywhere. CURED ANNUALLY. Jut look at gome st onr nrimai Prints 5o and 60. Heavy Iron dud Ovnnills fiOo per iwir. Splendid Jnp. Tea 40o and 50c. Old Govt. Java Coffee Sio. Best Cookint? Suda 7a. & ll 9. in lb.. $1.00. Mnn'a Pure Gnm lViwk., t,,ui omiui o ou, ana everythiDi; at lowt?t,t livine price:!. Juat eive us a call and ee for jourwlvpa. Batter. P.tlm Leaf Hats. &o... &.a.. taken iu exebnne for pool-. S. H. ANDREWS. Wllmitigton, Vi., Feb. 11, lb80. N. I. HAWLEY Is determined to sell off all hia WINTER CLOAKS be fore taking inventory March 1st. To-dav he offers For fl 50 " 8 50 " 6 00 " . 7 00 " 10 00 " 13 00 Clonks worth 83 00 4 00 70Oa800 10 Oi) 14 0Oal50O 1800a2000 CITATE OF VERMONT, Mablboro, m.-Ths To all Deranna lntarMtnl In tht Ratal, nt AAL LY HTOCKWKLL, late ol Bratticboni, in mu iiiatnct, aeccaaed, Orftlinff: You are heri'bv notified that AlbArt J. SimomR Adminiatrattir unon thn Katnt. nt until 1m,iuMvt. baa made application in writing to thta Court for license to sell the whole of the Real Estate of aaiii deceaaed. aituate in Brattlphonv in aaid Ulatrliit. and also haa tiled what purporta to be the consent of all the helra residinu; In the .State to ancb aale, and that thta Court wilt decide upon said appli cation at a smalon thereof to be held at tbe Hro batc Office, in Brattleboro, in aaid lllatrlct. on the laat fauiraay oi Karen, a. li. iww. wnen ana wnere you may appear and be beard tn tbe prem- inc. ii you aee cauap. K. n . H 1 tlllllAKD RCirtfter. Commissioners' Notice. Estate of LEW JtQSZ. THE 8VBHCH1REK9. belnj dulj P0oln- 4Ml hv tho Hon. Proba.1 Onurl fo ti.fr l)i. examine and Sflnint all claims and rtf-manri of nil peixons Spain tt the estate of LEVI ROK, Into of Guilford, tn uid lMtrici. dv-d. atid all claims exhibited in offutt thereto, hereby give notice that we will mtt-t for the purpoae aiort ss.ia ai me awening-noiiw oi me smta Htise, on the 3th dav of March and the 14th U of An-ru.-ineil. from 1m o'clock A. 14. until 4 oVlork P. H., on each of said days, and that six month from the imh day of February, A. U., IKno. is the time limited by said Oourt for said creditors t pre? ent their claims to us for examlnautta and al lowance. Dated at Gull lord, this 21st dar of FcbuarT. A. J. H. RTCHMONP, 1 Oommb. Ma J. L. BI'LUM K, slonen. OTATSOr VERMONT, WniTMiNSTER.sji, The J Frola(e Onirt lor said Hinnrt To all persons intureted In the Estate of OLI VKR HfLKINMJN, Uv of Towwheqd. in said DiMliict. deceased,- Gvting; Yon ere heivbr nmhVd that this (Vmrt wtli da- dde upon UteahowauoBof theacrvnutrif DaviJ llAwanl, Administrator upon mi Kaute, and atcreeaisinbuiiin tnereoi to tne persons entitle., at the ftf-ion thereof to be held at the Probate Offloe 1b Tonnbend. on tbe third Blondav im March. A P lNrt. when and wbvre yo may be eara in ute piwuises u yon see cause. Legal Blauks. We keep con.tantij on htuid and for (tale, BLANKS t f every di scription used by the Legal Fraternity, printed on fine piper and in the b.st form, and at prices lower than the lowest. Wc bare Court Wnta. Court Writs, (Open), Court Writs, (Trustee), Justice Writs, Justice Writs (Capias), Justice Writs, (Trustee,) Appeals, Ciiitions, Grand Juror Complaints, Tlond, Leases, Bubpcenas, Warraniec Deeds, Mortgape Do!?, Fjrecloeurc, 4c. 4c. And e print all kiddsof IlLAXKd in the best manner and at short notice, am' at prices 10 per rent lower than else wheje. Send all yonr orders to tht REFORMER OFFICE, So, 1 M.rkot Pluck, Kllio Pt., Pbattlgboru, V. Cooper Shop. ALL KINDS OF COOPER WOHK DONE TO ORDER. Pise CisTEBxa of all sizes. Gatiierinu Trj anil Ptork Tins for sap, cheap for cash or Furniere' Proiltioe. Washtuna rebottomed and hooped. Also, Saas of all descriptions filed to order ia the best manner. Shop on Flat Street. HAT. STEARNS. Brattleboro, Feb. 19, 18S0. 27-29 One beautiful extra heavv gray Circular for $10. same as sold for $18. Black Diagonal circulars at $4.ou, worth $0.oO. This is an extraordinary op portunity to get a nice stylish Cloak, at much less than they nave ever oelore been sold. A Iso, unusual bargains in Wool and Paisley Shawls. Have made up a 15-cent table with odd things in Gloves, Mittens, Stockings, Handker chiefs,, Dolls, Fancy Boxes, Buttons, Ac, which have here tofore been 25c. At 2oc a pair a lot iaf ladies' town-made Cloth Gloves, with embroidered backs, which are worth 45c. Will make a sac rifice to close out some choice styles in expensive Felt and Flannel Skirts. Lot of Gents' Ribbed Un dershirts at 38c, reduced from f)0e. Linen Napkins at 75c a dozen, worth $1 a doz. All our 38, 40 and 4oc Chil dren's Leggins to be closed at 25c. 25 Horse .Blankets, worth $1.50, for $1.20. Special prices to close out odd lengths in Dress Good. Remember the Biodgett bink- runt stock of fine imported Cloths for Men's wear, now offered at 50 to 75c on a dol lar of the wholesale cost. All kinds of winter eoods to be closed out now to make room for Spring stocs. A. I. HAWLEY. Commissioners' Notice. Jtafc tf BKSM T C POTT EX. THK untenleiie1. bavin, been .DpntntH br A the Hon. rrht Court Hr Ui liitnet of aiarlliorr. vanmuuoner. In nrcriT.. riamln. ard adjut all riaima and demanda of all peramai aalnat tb. Katat.nrH.nrr C PrHt. lat nt Brat, liehnto, in said lirtrf. dOM.ed. and all claim, exhibited iar.ff lhnMn. fcfbT sit. amir tbat win mm tn. anrpnae aiorvai, al tn. ef-ft.-. Af Imminnrt A Eddy, la Brattlrhoro, o th. third day ot April and third day of Jalv ait. from in o'rlork A W until 4 o VI.. a r U on m a of aaid dan. and that !i naoniha fmai tb. lath dar of Ft tni.ry. A. Il laM la the urn. IfnUard hy MidCViart naraatd crfdltomtopniMni UM-uc!aaa ap u riaminaTma and aiitiw.n.. Nt'ed at Brauaca., ib la 1Mb day of Mn- y. A-D li. FfN5 l.rrri!,'J Co..biM ary, Braiding ( Braiding I IVavaM SuiakaWd IU Pala. Uar u4 klctaM ftt vald iua bua. Call .d fmt Mm r TaillaiMaetfally, Wa br.linra, Vl, , uaa. PriM Within tit- lUaa-fc of AU. Tata FVLL AMD (-VMI-LKtE Lectures or CoL R. G. Ingersoll. No.1. "THK IIhTAkE of MOsKH- No ?. 'rK.l 1.1 " No , ,HltirH.' So. a, "HFI.L." -I.IIIKRTVor MAN H.ibT t V 4 CB.IT.ri- lao. "t OL K V. l.VttNlil.l.S itiit.a- ims ti. mi1" rjia, tA-cturv S.4 al t bUaafo. Jan J. 11. PRICE A CENTS KACH. A la-rcur. by tit. iter. V. tptLco. ricc !i'wit. ftxi Rrp"T or rrt: Br rii.i owrr aou.it a. l-ailtaaur ths L.t. at as. hwlri ai IkKacsSiiT I.-1.) l.s'-a,iu. 'i-1i, i al, -,,Lp-, ! and tunao(ui. b u. i an.tl, c .l a a t I . i., MHia-i i-. ' :roHfii. at ,v a I aiaia . ?l-tl "J Prto CPt. "Ura a Tair Aaoi-n. the taosu, u c. ' vtmi.1. riaa aa V "Law rnmm cr Kin.rar.Mcal ItttaMv Adrasa. L W. MI.A P-- 191 lUtatOlak b, u l.-r lau t THE BEST. ADVICE WE CAN OFFER To thoae who tue SrECTacLis. and Eva GuatES, i. to wear Uie 'Brilliant.' Lwa m.T T,Kt T"K "aTStd t;Try"i..r IMSVS t""' A tUA3,ot .alt bj (.eo. B. Gri-.vr. Prittteboro, Vt. U O. 1'lwbe. MM Kr.it .ro. OfCia Howe, tteat Halirai, vt. ricEstr A Ht sr. J.caionvilic, x V ""'-rt'!", j'adaKea, Vt. i f.1' tf0" "' "'"t.m. VC O t) W r. n iiminiico, Vt V- T'""hd, Vt. A R Pi t a. a, c Toc-nah.nd, W m . ' E E ""li. 4aaic, VL M. B.C. 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