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The Feast of Innathorlng. ITS OIIHKRVANCI IN WtATTMBOHO. IThemorrv linirlina of aluiiih bo) In on the country roads, tbe breoing air, jiild enough for comfort, nd lmrp Pongh ror exbiloration made yesierciuy ideal dnv for New Eimliuid's erent M of reliu-ious tbiiiiks-ronderinit for tbe wutlngH of tlio year. TIioukIi tbo oh rrvanua in llmttliihnro wns not BO ulal)- pHteiia in some previous years, the dif- Irent church services were roiny aium I, and the quiot family reuniong were party and soul-tilling as usual. I The union services held at the Motlio st nlaee of worship wore liberally at- lided. Kev. Mr. Miller preached the Irmon, aided m the service by Ivevs. lititli, Ober, and Hie venerable Father Isli, now in his U3d year. The theme IMr. Miller's sermon was"TheRoliiiou8 ppect of Civil Uovernnient," from Rom. : 1 : "The powers mat ue are onuiineu God." He showed that the problvm i which the nations of antiquity woik 1 was religion. And such has been the testion on which our nation Iiiir lubor I. as seen in the colonial and Rovclu- lonarv poriods, and as also seen in the folitical parties of the country. The ames and central idea of each politiiul lartv of the nation's history was given, (nu it was shown that they had always ot to deal with moral questions. An utlook for the future was made and the I neak er tauulit that the questions vet to landle were also in the line of religion. ie mentioned social prejudice, popular iducation and tetnuerance, as the three Questions which must be answered by Lor future. These he thought to be re- Iigious questions, and urged a cnnscien ious Inaudible of them on high moral r .1 " ... i ".I arrollnda aoove pariv turn eeuuuuui einm, titer tlie good of the whole country. At West Brattleboro, tbe Union servi ces were Held in lie jongreguuonai church. Prayer was ollered by Kev. ri. 18. Davis. The sermon was by Kev. Uco, B. Uow of Brattleboro, from Col. 3 : 17. I The aim of the sermon was to show what I are the genuine feeling and proper ex- Ipression of true thankfulness, especially f fniew of the goodness of God shown to us 111 nils mull in uuj giuui. ujttinmi piua oeritv. our excellent political system and the puritv, freedom and power of Services appropriate to Thanksgiving were held in the Universalis! church lost Sunday. The pastor, Rev. E. W. Whitnev nreached from Neh.8:10. "How to Keep Thanksgiving". The text filly describes a New England Thanksgiving. It is a day of feasting, joy, and heartfelt gratitude; a time when tne poor are re membered, scattered families united, and God Drained for his bounty. After re counting ample re sods for Thanksgiving, for abundant material blessings; health, friends, and home; liberty, education, and rellcion. he referred to the ways Thanksgiving should be kept. It should be a day of joy. Sorrow for mistakes, adversity and sin is right, but on this day men should serve the Lord with gladness. Strangers, the poor and infirm should be remembered, i he prosperous should "send portions unto them for whom nothing is prepared" that all may rejoice. But n jble lives are the best ex pression of thanks. Gratitude to God will deter irom sin, ana inspire zeai in the service ot man and God. Alius grate ful feelings shall increase till every day becomes a day ot Thanksgiving. Appro priate music was finely rendered by the choir. The conerecration well illustrated the non-church going habit of the people of New .England on Thanksgiving day, very small but very attentive. The glad occasion at the Episcopal church was observed by the usual morn ing service, with the reading of appro priate selections of scripture, and music suited to the occasion. The Vermont Supreme Court adjourn ed without day Friday. No dispusition was made of the Vermont Central rail road case, which it was anticipated would be decided this term. hAotlnir unit an that It oould be rolled tip. whenever, at lotnotimei happens, it If rinalrnri tn uas the whole itage. The rear entranoe, or fire esoape, which wi al wav an abortion, ought to be covered and the sides boarded, and then if tbey are Intended for the use oi inn ouuiim. moi that rent the ball, a sidewalk should connect them with the iront nreei. ,1,.,- hnrn t.hnlr blue flrOS fuf tableaux and also two additional ventilators over the RRllery. These re pairs are far more essential for the oom- fort or tne people man any stage. Will the teleotmon make them P But even the new stage on whioli fiuuu or more li beinR exponded, Is prononno ed entirely unsatisfactory by the drama tiata nnri miiBiciiani who have seen it. The arobireot made a serious mistake in not having the opening largor. lhe our- sins Bhould extend from the stage proper to the ceiling, giving the whole gpaoe lor anunrl tn inane forth. The opening IS now only 10 or 12 feet high, and as it U Tub Ludlow Tribune talks sensibly when it says : We don't like this flood of bills to le galize so many grand lists. once; Hurtle W. Upton, Herbert I Up-1 remains Ilnvlslblu. Success to Ollson I writes that tbe doien men who were ton. The primary department of tlieviU House and its landlord. awaiting trial in Woodstock jail bad The ladies or the univereiiusi congre gation will hold their first sociable next Friday evoning at tne resiuence oi ear. A. li. Hewitt. All friends of the cause re cordially invited. Dwlght Willard has moved into his new House on mo urauiouoro ruau. Tim M E. ami Conirrr-imtlonul church es will open at 11 o'clock Sunday and after until further notice. Th Methodist ladioa will hold ttieir annual fair and festival at the town hall, Wednesday, Dec. 1st. Union services Thanksgiving day at nhine, lost Friday morning, was fornenr. the M. E. church. Sermon by Kev. Mr. y twenty years a conductor on tiieH d. "Ki uvan rnuroad, and then uenerai travel- Puffer and Starkey have sold the Fitch ing Agent for the Vermont Central, and Intra school. tauirht bv Miss Stulla M. Stetson, closed Nov. 12th. Whole num ber of scholars, SI ; average attendance, 23 40-4B : 1 absent on account oi measles. Names of those havlnii no alisent marks : Clarence Corkins, 101 lie Corklns, Johnnie Donahue: absent one duv. Herbert Stet son ; those having no absent marks: Unit Ntlcknoy, May Howard, Lulu Bnrrlngton, llacllw .loiien, Maiva orown, r,me iteea, nine wu aox. Auirustus dli-nn. Lulu Putnam. Carrie Wll oox, Aline Butterllfiiil, Clara Dalrymple, Luoy Anna i-.ueiman, inline riau, jjume ,joniistii, Muitv Ploroe. Morvlll Pierce. Forest Pierce. Clif ton Murilook, ilallert Htetsuu, Ularenoe Corklns, Kllle Uorklns. Martin llruwn. Bertie l'utnani. oe- aian iiuiterneia, Alien nowaru. Less regular torch-light procession when they iviiru oi judge liar rolls ueicat, and toui while it is not true that all who wished ror Barrett s romoval are thieves or pet loggers, ii is true that all thloves and pi tifoggers wished for Barrett's removal. Gold minim, is still soinir on In Plv moutb. An old California miner at work mere Btates tbat the Plmoutb mines are ncUer than those ha is acouainted with elsewhere. He anvml t-10 from five or six cubic fuet of earth. H. W. Arinma nt Ri.rlnoflnld who rli. ,1 ii'iu iiiw uuecw oi an overuose oi nior. Whole number of tardy marks, 11. than 20 whisnerinit marks during the term, Oldest scholar 12, youngest 6 years of ago. Ovor 100 of the relatives and friends of farm to parties from Weston for about others. Lyman Kingsbury, an old resident and much respected citizen of Whitingbam, celobrated his 7lBt birthday by a surprise visit at the residence ot josiaii is. unase, where he is now livine. on Wednesday, Nov. 17th. K. S. Allen was master of ceremonies, Dca. L. A. Warren ouoreu prayer. The presents were a valuable easy chair, a fine silver mounted ebony cane from the grandchildren, a nice china cup and saucer by the great grandchil $7,000, giving possession next spring. VERNON. Tfnv. V.. W. Whitnev will nreach in the Universalist chtarch next Sunday at X :M r. M. The Citizens Club met Nov. 13th. and elected the followine officers for the en suing year: President, F. W. Johnson; vice-president, J. M. Morrill; secretary, Mrs. S. B. Houghton; assistant-secretary, CHESTER. H. G. Wiley returned to Kearney, Nebraska, on Friday of last week. W. W. Richardson has moved into his new hosse. Frank Hawks was auite seriously hurt on ftaturuay last while leading nis nones, attached to a load of hay, into the barn of Dr. Bryant. He was caught on the end of tbe spear to the wagon and It iS queer cup aim nauuer uy 11.0 k,". b''""'- J Vr,". , (l mmmi.l f u , "'.l'c vu if town, have not men intellicent enoueh ?n, a good diary oy J. cumner anu - - " u,"' J,lmraea uKtt,nsl lue Blue OI Ine to make out a erand list, and honest nnniitrh to miikn one thflv will swear to, Governor Taft wants the whole thing stonoed as a irand. If the law is not clear, make It so, and then oom pel listers to do their duty under severe penaiuos. John C. Palmer, whose address is Eureka, Nevada, notifies Wade Hampton tbat inasmuch as his friend. Secretary Sherman, is a government officer and cannot accept bis challenge wltnout vio lating his oath of office, he accepts it In bis stead, and selects lor weapons dounie barreled shot guns, loaded with buck shot. In a postcript, Mr. Palmer adds that it would be more economical to purchase bis coffin east of the Missouri as timber is scarce in JNevada. Fersonal. Col. F. G. Butterfield of Saxtons River, the superintendent of the Vermont cen sus, has been appointed a special agent to investigate the census in several south Carolina districts, where trickery and false enumeration has been charged. ABOUT THE COUNTY. We regret to learn that Charlie Day is criticaly ill. Sara Bernhardt has $4000 J of Insurance upon her life. Last Friday was pay day ontlie Central Vermont railroad. We have but little doubt that Vermont 1 will, before many years, pass a sensible license, local option, law. thus prohibiting liquor traffic, perjury and villainy. It is "mitey hard work" for a legislator filled with men who are stockholders, and directors in large corporations to pass an act to equalize taxation whereby tbe con cerns represented by them will be com pelled to pay a fair share of the taxes. Mitcy hard. In Memorlam. As announced in tbe obituary notices of last week, the town of Brattleboro has lost a useful and honored citizen by the death of Dea. Asa Wheeler. In the me morial service at tbe Baptist church last Sunday morning, a sketch of his life, was given from which tbe following is taken: He was born in Johnson, Vt., March 1, 1803, where he spent his youth under such oircumstanoes of advantage and hardship as belonged to pioneer life in the wilds of Vermont at the begin ning of tbe century in the families of hr energetic God-fearing citizens. At the age of 18 be went to Boston where be remained in the employ of Dea. Daniel Safford, so eminent as a Christian phil anthropist, until be was of age. when be returned to Johnson and began busi ness as a blacksmith. H afterwards re moved to Hubbardston, Mass., where he married and tbenoe to Warwick in tbe same State where be remained until he came to Brattleboro. Durlnir his life in Warwick, he mado a profession of religion, joining a Bap tist ounron in HOyaiaiuu. jewn later be united with others in forming a Baptist church in Warwick of which be . made deacon: and in building a house of worabip. of the cost of which together with the support of the pnstor be Dore mucn we iuigm mm .u Warwick, his shop was burned and his business became somewhat embarrassed, but with characteristic energy, ne re ihliabid his business, turning his at tention especially to tbe manufacture of axes and other edged tools, and in due time met all tbe claims of bis former ArAriitira. He came to Brattleboro in tne spring of 1849, and soon after began the manu r.n,ra nf Ktitre tools at Centreviile. In 1869, he engaged in the manufacture of with Tvler and Thompson. Five l.ior the firm of A. Wheeler & L,- tnnk tbe businees. resuming tbe .tinfkRture oi edge looia tor a rew in whicb they continued until tbe mat flood of 1869 swept away tueir lLtrv. Since that time, Dea. Wheeler, 1 itun adraneed in years, has been engag ed in no extensive duiii. u .. h.nin. ha found abundant occu I pation in various kinds of mechanical WH u made a deaoon of the Baptist Iohnreb of which be became a member immediately opou coming to town, and I U-1 J . nlHnA from Ulim no iwittu UOIU . lit in 1864. uew - - I nest believer of the system oi rengious 17 i. k.M h thn churches to which be iruiu u.. , - - , . ... belonged ana ne orw " , i kMnil it bv a consist- fnVlUe. In all the relations of life he manifested great ' and left to loose wuu legacy of an unspotted reputation. .v. hall is touched at all, it Iboiild be pot into a condition, such a. ha Dubhe ana " Umeringfor. Tb- broperij uuu. noloiTV InA IB IB UIWWS J moot, in r . . nnmn in rrf the wte rooms to famish water , tin nnii ior ujw jw-u.- Tsimilar eaM 60 new settees, and the repainting ol-Mng ot thoae now io hall aome w method of warming the ball so n.Swill..oi bei- danger of Wsing ."7 e. "bbin" ,h. "scene. E .t. to death whenever HI . rery sqaaUT. nnga.nly Bm rv - Lh eTIVPll. rrt-u.uw y..--- .-jlu tn rive rr.eoa.pla.n Ml- - -- . ronld bave beea of ciaui. 1 be soenerr paint- RKLLOWS FALLS. Friday evening's ball of the paper- makers was attended by over 50 couples. William McDonald, arrested last spring for an indecent assault on a girl at JNortti Wnlnola. has iust procured $ 000 bail bv his parents mortgaging their homestead. McDonald s next experiment was to got drunk here, Friday, and he was arrested at the Farmers' hotel for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and fined $1(1 including costs. The Ch ristmas term of the parish school will begin on Monday next. Mr. and Mrs. Solon Goodridge left on Saturday last for their usual winter resort in New "York City. Last Tuesday morning the thermome ter wits 10 below zero. A union Thanksgiving service was held in the Methodist church, Roy. L. L. Bee man ofiiciating. Mrs. E. H. Allbeedied on Friday night of last week, with the typhoid pneumo nia. Mrs. Allhee was loved and esteemed by all who knew her. Her funeral ser vices were attended at the Congregation- alist church, Rev. L. L. Beeman ofiiciat ing, on Monday afternoon. Hon. C. B. Eddv has been placed in nomination for one of the judges of the supreme bench. It the nomination should fall on Windham county the bur in this county would be glad to honor Mr. Jiddv with the appointment, and ne is cerlainly fit for that high position. Jerrv Leach, who has for the past two years carried on the printing business on a small scale has leased the third story n Babbitt & Hayes' block, where oe win continue his business on a larger scale. His many friends wish him success in his new enterprise. The "Jollities" on Wednesday even ing last was fairly attended. Prof Lazelle, one oi tne lnstrueiom i the Vermont academy, died on Saturday last his remains being taken to Worces ter 'Mass., on Monday. The Academy loses an auie miu emucu, Vrnnk CI. Pierce of Peterboro, JN. rl., has bought the grocery store of Mr. H. G. Hawkins of North Walpole. The stores are beginning to put on their Christmas appearance. A disgraceful atFair took place in one of the Fall Mountain paper mills on Sat urday lost, between two brothers named Scott and Fred Lovell, and one Wm. O'Donnell. The affair originated out of an ill-feeling which bos existed for a time, and it was colored this time with a disputed right to use an elevator. The two Lovells were discharged from the mills by Supt. Fisher, and were brought tiofnrn .T D. Rridffmnn Esa on Saturday aaernoon and fined $3 and $5 respective ly for a breach of the peace. Uh Mon day following, O'Donnell was judged to have overstepped the limits of the law bv Justice Bridgman and he was fined $2 and costs amounting to $7.45. Supt. Fisher says, "he shall not De saiisneu with these fighls in the mill unless he can have a hand in them." Capt. A. Amrand, a wounded hero of the late rebellion, who lost a leg at Spot sylvania court house, is canvassing this Clace lor me saie oi - ixjssuigs xieiu ook of the civil war." Earnest, only son of Augustus Crossed, is very sick and his recovery is doubtful. Remenyi, the great Hungarian violin ist, with his able corps of artists, gave an entertainment in Union ball on Thurs day evening. BltOOKLINE. (Defeired.) On Friday evening the young and gay and their sweet-hearts and the middle aged belli their first social hop and oyste; supper for the season, at the residence of W. L. Lawrence, and a right good jolly time they bud. WEST DOVEB. Rev. A. C. Field has received a call to the Congregational church of Hinesburgh, in Chittenden county. GUILFORD CENTRE. The ladies of the Universalist society will meet at their rooms next Thursday afternoon and evening. Supper will be furnished from 7 to 11, as in ye olden times, at 20 cents per coup'e. A cordial invitation to all. JACKSONVILLE. Six niches of snow fell on Saturday, and the mercury dropped down to rero Monday, 10 below Tuesday and 4 below Wednesday. Sleighing very fine. A sharp squally winter stepped quick upon the heels of Indian summer. The apple jelly works closed business lor the season Saturday. Public examination of school teachers at the school-house in Sadawga on Satur day at 9 o'clock a. M. A B. Bickford is teaching a singing srhool at tbe Hatch school-house in Halifax. Twelve men from this town joined the great bear hunt at Wilmington on the loth, but returned at night minus bruin. )ur young men and boys have organ ized an archery clubat Mechanics' ball on River street. Hiram Plumb is suffering from injuries received by falling from a load of hay last summer. The unseating of Judge Barrett from the bench ef the Supreme court by the legislature, we think, receives no sym pathy in this section. His large ex x-ri-enre, legal learning and judicial ability, with his strict integrity, eminently quai itied him for the resionsible position which he had so long occupied and so al.lv filled. His peer it will be diilicult to find. The twelve weeks' term of school in district No. 4, taught by Miss ora 1 Tnttle. closed Thursday of last week Whole number of scholars 11 : general average attendance, 10 31-40; names of scholars not absent or tartly during tne term: KMIe E. Chaae, Ellth Fowlpr. Warn L. Fowler, Kowlr. A-lna C. Fowler, Marcus Chaae ftnd uaro W. Parker. The bu-t named has attended seven terms of school wiihotit having a mark against bis name. Absent tit notuiniy : jonn nie A. Wiley, Willie II. Wiley; tardy $1. in money by W. L. Sumner nephew from Stamford, and a nice silk nanker chief bv Mrs.! T. Tower. Miss Cora I, Tuttle, in behalf of the grandchildren and with very appropriate remarks, pre' sented the cane, and Abram Chase very fittingly with suitable remarks, presented in behalf of tbe donors the chair and other articles, to all of which Mr. Kings bury very properly and gratelully re sponded. Thomas Fowler read a well written and appropriate poem; recitations by Elvaund uuio; interesting remarks were made by H. W. Brigham Esq., Dea. Warren, J. W. Morse and others. Sever al appropriate pieces were sung, Mrs. Dr, Stafford presiding at the organ. A beau tiful collation was served with oysters and accompaniments, inns alter enjoy ing most agreeable social interview the happy company parted with the most kind v leelings and pleasant reiuum- brance. SADAWGA. Theodore Graves has bought the Pot ter farm of S. 11. llol brook Good sleighing. A vorv no-reeahlo partv at J. L. Ship- pee's Friday night. Twenty-five couples were present. Flora Fuller is keeping an excellent school in No. 6, 30 scholars. Chfinov Bros, have built a new dry house near Stearns' mills. Mrs. Lee. mother of Mrs. II. C. Mil- lington, is critically ill. H. 8. Goodnow is at present stopping at this place Squire Bliss is boarding at Lawyer Brigham's. Geo. L. Bliss of Princeton is to have possession of the Carley house. JAMAICA. ALMOST A MUKDBR. Sidney Jones, an old jail bird of Win- hall, while the worse for cider on Mon- lnv mil inlo a dispute with his wife and struck her with such violence as to fell her to the floor, then he pounced upon her. striking and kicking, until she re gained her feet and made an attempt to escape out ot the open door, rie men snatched his gun up and carefully took aim at the relreuting figure, when a strong hand wrenched it from his grasp. It seems that the terrified childien ran for help, which arrived in the very nick of time. Mrs. Jones now lies in a pitiful condition and it remains to be seen what will be done with tbe jail bird. Saturday, William Caslle, Esq., met with a painful accident while driving a heavy load down a pitch. One of his oxen elipped, knocking him under the wheels which passed over his legs, bruis ing them shockingly and it is thought that some bones are broken. Mrs. Rcyillo Howard is tarrying brief ly in New York, among friends and rela tives. We are all glad to loam that M. L. Boynton, a much respected citizen, has been appointed station agent on the rail road. The public examination of teachers is to be held at our village school-house to morrow. The first snow storm of the season came on Saturday to the depth of twelve inches. Saturday was a sad day for horses in town. A fine animal belonging to Dr. C. W. Ray stumbled and broke one leg, on the way from the depot to the hotel. Also a valuable horse belonging to Stager Waite fell down dead in the harness. It is thought that epizooty was the cause of the latter. One hundred and sixteen dollars is quite a sum for a boy only fourteen years old to earn on the narrow gauge in six months ; we have one in town who did it, and now be is patiently waiting for the school to commence. Our tinman, Mr. Strong, has got finely located. Our custom shoe maker recently made a pair of boots for a man in Londonderry which the railroad company refused to carry on the narrow gauge for less than thirty-five cents, because they took up so much room, so they were sent up on a team. The owner of those boots would never sink in quicksand, for they were made on a number 15 last I The winter term of school commences Monday. SOUTH LONDONDERRY. Mrs. C. H. Newton, Mrs. S. B. Houghton, Mrs. A. Whittled, Mrs. T. Eason, Mrs. M. I. Reed. Annie Brown. B. A. Streeter, J M. Morrill; committee on music, F. L. Brown, George F'airman, J. M. Morrill, M. I. Reed; committee on membership. Mrs. C. K. Davis. Mrs. G. 11. Hubbard, It was voted to hold the meetings every O. E. Heald is in market this week with a large quantity of poultry. R. P. Pollard is to have an auction sale of all his property November 30th. Charley Shaw, for seven vears in the employ ol Cab-manufacturer Uobieigh. removes to urange, Mass., witn nu ianu alternate Saturday evening during the I ly to-day, where he has obtained a posi tion in the sewing machine works. BENNINGTON COUNTY. winter. The next one will be held Nov. 27th, in the vestry of the church. Ques tion for discussion : Retolved, That there is more truth than error in the world. WARDSBORO. INTERESTING HISTORICAL MATTERS. Wardsboro was granted and chartered by Vermont Nov. 7th, 17S0, to Wm. Ward and sixty-two others, with 33,944 acres of land, it was nrst settled ny jonn joins, Itbamer Allen in June, 1780. The first town clerk was Aaron Hudson. Aa Wheelock was town clerk from 1BU7 to lfUh servini? a tcrinof thirty-three years, First justices, Aaron Hudson, 1780, Asa WliRelock. 52 vcars; Perley Fairbanks, 34 years ; Silas Dexter, 20 years ; i!.mory Wheelock, va years ; jonn iinia, it, jram, First, hnrn. Sarah Sparks. Sept. 2l)th, 1772. Tim enntnnnial of Wardsboro settlement has passed unnoticed unlike many of her would get a "moiety" for the lob. ... i - - sister towns, BENinNOTON. Two deaths from small pox occunnl at Troy, N. Y., Thursday of last week. Two more hidden cases have bcn discover .tL DOUSIT. The Montpelier Argut US that s fellow bout 30 year old broke :Htb Me hi -.. of Rev. Mr. lioed tho other night, was (lis covered by C. B. Kent, arrested, fined $10 and his name kept from publication. If this is truo the affair is highly disgraceful. Hii crime was punishable with imprison ment, and there is no reason why lie shouldn't bo put through as much as the violator of a liquor law. even if no one Sunday school concert next Sabbath at the M. E. church. The primary department of the village school commences next Monday, Miss Martha E. Wilder teacher ; the higher department a week later with Miss Mar cia I. Bailey of Chester, teacher. The harvest supper at the Baptist church vestry last Thursday was a finan cial success us well as a most pleasurable anair. Work on the depot is being pushed at Winhall Station. Two of the town 8 oldest citizens have pasted away this week Mr. Leonard loward aged 70. Saturday, and Rev. Linus Owens, for many years Congrega tional pastor, aged 81, on Sunday. Mr. Owens, who baa done no preaching for the last 10 years, died at the home of his son-in-lnwj Silas Whitman, and his remains were hiken to West Dover for burial. Br. A. B. Bixby met with a serious ac cident near Rawsonvillc while returning from Winhall on Tuesday evening. His horse ran and threw him out of his sleigh and struck bis head against a log cutting auite a gash and stunning him tor a snort time. lie got up anu maue his wav to a house but it was some time before he could recollect and tell where he was from. His horse ran home, some three miles, with a broken sleigh hitched to him which alarmed the family and L. O. Willier started immediately in search of the doctor. The Brattleboro fc Whiter-all railroad was opened for freight and passenger traffic on the 18th inst, and is now doing good business. The passenger fares have been fixed at five cents per mile, which is giving general dissatisfaction to most of our citizens, as it liwks as if they meant to take double fares, so as not to njure the livery- stable men. WILIIAMSVILLE. Rev. J. H. Farnsworth will preach in the I'niverHalist church next Sunday at 10:45 A. m ., and deliver a lecture at 7 in the evening. Subject of the lecture, The crystal wedding of Leonard Plum- lev and wife, which took place on Mon day evening, win oe long rememoereo by all present as one of the bright spots in life. About one hundred of their friends and relatives assembled in the evening, bringing Willi tnem an abun dance of refreshments and various useful articles of glass ware. The presentation speech was made by Rev. W. M. Gillis, very pleasingly, and quickly responded to bv Rev. D. Wells, alter which supper was served, lhe table was heavilv laden with those things that please the eye, tempt the appetite and gratify the taste. and were decorated with very choice and beautifully arranged bonnets. Young and old entered heartily into the enjoyments and it was m the small hours ot the com ing dawn that the company bade their oust anu iiosieas guou-nigut, witn many well-wishes. WESTMINSTER. Despite the forbidding weather, some 40 ot their triends helped Unas. (Jnurcb snd wife to celebrate their silver wedding Saturday evening. Numerous presents were made including some beautiful ones Irom brothers in California. Woods orchestra furnished the music. One of the venerable mothers partook de ight- ediy oi tne festivities, including the re past. SOUTH WINDHAM. The Town meeting Friday voted to ac cept the Commissioners' report accent ing of the Gulf road, and also voted to raise a tax of 35 cents on the dollar of grand list to pay for the same before Jan uary ist, issi. This week brings a goodly number of people into town to spend Thanksgiving wiui tueir inenus. Frank Smith has iust arrived from the far west, where he has been rai roadinu for nearlv three vpafr. A hnat nf fi-ion.la are delighted to see him. Miss Isadore K. Clough of Grafton will resume teaching in this village on Mon day, November 29tb. The scholars are looking forward with pleasure to meet ing her again. Lvinan E. Jennison and wife have jnst arrived in town from Brattleboro. MANCHESTER DEPOT. John C. Blackmer has been appointed to- tno command of the "Union Vctemns club" of Manchester with the rank of colonel by Gen. U. 8. Grant. MANCHESTER. A petition was filed in the Probate Office. Saturday, by some of the creditors of H. T. Hurd, to place him in bankruptcy. Mr. Hurd, soon after his suspension, made a proposition to compromise by nay ng 25 per cent., wich most the creditors a a willing to accept. PERU. The town now lias a blacksmith in the Bryaat shop. Sacred concert at the Coii.Tegational church Saturday evening, under the direc tion of Prof. Johnson. WOODFORD. Master Leslie C. Easton, will attend school at Wilmington this winl r. Jessie Bugbee and Geo. Ho, irittcr paid a flying visit to Grafton, N. Y., last weok. Terpsichore was indulged in it Walker's, Wednesday eve. Goodenough and Clisbee gave first-class music at the Crawford house last Friday evening. Air. Clissbce is one of the best prompters in the land. Considerable excitement in the lowor pre cincts last Wednesday. CHESHIRE COUNTI, N. H. II. Flngg. When F. P. Brown was asked Indorse the note, he visited C. M. Brown's mother, who said that she had given no note, aii tne names were tn 7,.t. ftnind to be forgeries and Brown con. f,.o,l as much to Cashier Wilkinson. rim matter was finally compromised bv his mother agreeing to settle the affair, as well as another personal claim of one 01 tHO lWO. " " " iiunuiw, l made out and given to Deputy Sheriff I Preston, who, instead or arresting the fellow, advised him to settle, and Brown "dusted" rrora town. A MAN KILLED AT NORTH ADAMS. Lamont Caneron was instantly killed hii ot work under a disabled car in the depot yard at North Adams Tuesday afWnnm,. A fre g it train switched on the siding contrary to ordor, struck the disabled car, anu Knocaiiig n iu mo iacks upon (Japeron, crushing mi sxuii, He leaves a widow anu iuur tuimiou, M, Prn,l A. Flngg. formerly in Col lector Tinkor's office, has purchased an interest in the Richardson coal and wood business at North Adams. A man reported to nave been stabbed in a drunken brawl at norm Auama. Bualnnes Notloes. Wahtod 4 or t bora, from 16 to 18 jreari old, at ones. J. tl. itauuaii, iiariiiorv iiiuuk. a, w. An Eiblbttlou and aale of nne steel Hug-rarings al uaeuer a uiapu a ior a law uujh. Ant one Homing a aet or johnioitb ltclopa- niA at a large dlacount. addraaa (W. C. 11.1 Look Box 'tn, Urattleboro, vt. twin Wanted Uirl for general housework. Family 4 peraona. Mrs. J. W. HURNAP, 1 Canal St. Kikwan liaa aome nice Horliur Heat Louugoa at sa.iki iiiaca wainai ana aan unauiuer seta, uair ud Woven Wire Mattreaaea, etc Tenement to Kbnt, on Proapect Street. In quire of Davenport A Eddr. You can aave from lu to 25 per cent, on Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Toilet Soap, Hair uruanoa. and an Articiea usually sola in a nrat- laa urug store, at muara I. JTUA1UH are oaeap at caeney a uiapp-s. Brandy, Wine and Bitten. Boeer'a P. J. Brandv. Port OraDe Wine, and Wine Bitter have an extensive and reliable de mand. Physicians recommend them in prefer ence to any other goods or the kind. Sneers I Vineyards are at Fatwalo, New Jersey, but twelva tuna i rum ,ur, una nis wuiewu Kwaraea the highest premium at the Centeunlal. For sale READY MADE CLOTHING . GREAT BA-IRGkAIlSrS A.T Pratt, Wright&Co.'s Where will be found the largest and finest assortment of Ready-Mode iviouunfr ior i"au and Winter, including jNobby sunk: suits in variety of Styles, Single and Double Breasted Frock Suits for Dress and Humness and the new 4-BUTTON CUTAWAY FROCK. SCHOOL SUITS FOR BOYS & CHILDREN AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, Extraordinary Bargains in Over - Coats Ulsters and Ulstercttes ! FOTl CE2T, YOTJTK E073 CHIIiDBElT, by I. . Thorn A Son. UNDERWEAR !- In Red, White and Mixed goods. Also a good line of Boys' and Children'i Underwear. OARDIQAN JACKETS. Woolen Socks and Shirts and a full line of Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Hags, fjhawl & Irunk (straps, bun & Knin Umbrellas all sizes and qualities. Have TOU tried a Hop Plasties, fnr th, T.tn I naca r ii not, uo so. Not Open to Hint Objection. Temperance neonle often sa.v that mnt nt th pi'immr lueuicmes incy see advertised are nine tcntlis rum. That Is true of many, but not of l'r. David Kennedy's "Favorite Reniiwlv " Th At . tor agrees with his .emperauce friends that It Is better to die of disease than of drink. "Favorite Remedy" cures Kidney Troubles, Liver Coio plainta, Constipation of the Bowels, aa nothing o-"1" e'wum. iiurives awtiy sicKnew. It cools the blood. It costs only a Dollar to try It. .....i u uKBiai iw, ii, or seuu io me iioetor i nouuoui, a. i. When ftrailDrh umml. ilka r-M..n t I uu iiniu uo uui ueiny an instant I uive mWN(v KLIX I K often enough to keep the cough louse, and ..... ..... b. nut DUUU UD UVUl. AS a remedy tn nnrlrv tho hln1 nnlhln m. I,a found equal to Dr. Baxter's Mandrake Bitters. n we to cents per ootue. In Henry A Johnson's Arnlnpi an1 nu t.lnlm.ni I we furnish you a large bottle for to Imn I "Character.' PLTitrr. The repetition of Gilsii' opening concert anil ball at the Town hull on Wednes-iay evening was a grand nncera in every rt-spect. Few towna are able to furnish stii h a nunilerof exrellent sing ers as appeared on that occasion. Nearly 3io were lel at the bountiful tables in (iilson Hall, ami a regiment more miWit have fortified theinw-lves for a week's campaign. Some 2i) were entertained on the Friday evening previous, in spite of the pouring rain which prevented the attendance of people from abroad. Kvi dently the new tenierani-e hotel with its genial host and hostess are appre ciated by thepubhc Mr. Linua IMi ken son.loni'and favnrahlv known in Vermont and ew Hampshire,' is clerk and major domo, and guests who fall into bis hanls will not nmt their Quarters. The speeches Ac,, at eac h of these pithenmrs ere first class, also the music bh brasw band otvhestr. and everything was ele gant, uuiet and onlerlv. If I'utney mu tains anything of the rowdy element it WILMINGTON. Justice Williams had Dolphin S. Rich ardson of North Hatllcy before him at Greenfield Friday on the charge of the larceny of household furniture from Per ley Rich of this place. Richardson plead ed guilty and was put under $200 bonds to appear before the grand jury. The gist of the story was that Richardson had run away with Rich's wife and had taken the household furniture with him. While making no complaint on account of the loss of his wife, Rich wants pay for the furniture. Saturday's first snow storm of about six inches turned into a furious blow piling the snow into drifts, thus leaving the sleighing decidedly thin. Think of it, six below zero Wednesday and so unexpected, too. Already the ice crop is being harvested, which promises excellent quality. Rev. W. N. Barber was visited by many of his parishioners Wednesday evening, who presented their pastor with a handsome student lamp togelher with a sura of money, all of which was cheer fully accepted in a neat speech, which rounded out an evening of unusual en joyment. Mrs. Joel May hag moved into the Widow Gorham house- on West Main street. Mrs. Volney Forbes is visiting In Win chester, N. II. John Stanley is in Boston this week. Eight persons in Jasper Boyd's family are down with measles. Who got the basket, ha ? It is generally conceded that when one can't put his cider on the stove without its freezing, something is wrong, either in the wooj or stove. The second lecture of the course nt the Universalis church was postponed until next Sunday evening on account of the weather. A voung colt belonging to Mills Brown prelty thoroughly used up a harness one day this week while rfiriiiiiig some antics on Main street. Fortunately no one was hurt. Lewis and Byron Stone have been in town this week. Mrs. Luman Norton has rented her house in the village and removed to North Adams tn reside with her son, during the winter. Alnnzn Walcott while uiiii ing up mt,?r throimh the ice on the village pond Thursday, lost his footing and received a cold bath. Karnest l'ike on the same day skated into the same opening, out with timely help succeeded in escaping with only a ttiorougn cirencmng. A nleasant wedding took place at the resilience oi israei naynea i nnim.."-...- evening, the contracting parties being I .nv la. th acconiniisneuamigiiieroi .,ir. !l.ivnanl A. J. Rice. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Hamilton. Mr. Eddv. special agent for tne uennan American Insurance company of New York, was in town on Tuesday and settled the losa unon Mr. Caned v a dwelling wlncli burned last week, giving Mr. Canedy the mnncv for Thanksgiving or other purposes- The property was insured through tbe agency of A. P. Childa. The aublect of the followine olHtuary notice formerly preatneu in nuuuiuriuu, ami was hiirhlv esteemed by hi li'ick and tlie public He was tire t'niversaliat naalor. a ireniaL capanie ft-nti?man. .'ira. Perkins was a verv intel'igi-nt lady. '-Rev. Oren Perkins, formerly of 4 (onoord ami St. Jnhnatniry, cut hiathnnt at I hicagn the 3oth of OctoUT. lit wife la Jira, n. M. Perkins, somewhat noted aa a temper anre lertunT, and he killed himself w hen he returned to hia boarding house after having accompanied ber to the da-pot tn tart on a torture trip. The alleged cause ta insanity. WINDSOR COUNTY. Fmk-riek Hilling of Wom'atnrk, dis tributed vt Thankprivintt tarkrvs M ouUy. A Vermont corrwrtkU-iit HEAVY SUIT AGAINST KEBSB, N. II. A suit has been brought no-ninsfc thn city of Keene, N. II., for $140,000. the tratuity voted bv t he e tv tn the Man. Chester and Keene railway company sev eral years ago. The parties in interest are supposed to be Samuel W. Hale, Henry Colony of Keene and Met-srs. Scruton and irve of Maine, to whom an assignment of the gratuity ha been made. Willinm tf. (Ihun.llMr nn.l AfeSRl-M. Itriir.-a and liusu appear ror lilt) pialiuliru, una Judge Ladd and Batcheller & Faulkner are joined with City Solicitor Abbott in the defense. The city bas Deen trusteed bv 10 or more creditors of the road for amounts aggregating about $12,000. H. fr. Hawkins has sod his grocery and provision store in Norlh Walpole, to l'rank li. .fierce ot wterrjoro. At Fitzwilliam, last week Monday. Joseph Ballargan's only child, about three vears old, accidentally fell into a pail of hot water and was so uuuiy seam ed that he died Thursday morning. Tlnamn ft W. Biiffnm wns assaulted, knocked down and kii:ked mercilessly, at Winchester Saturday bv a lirutal young fellow. Timely interleranre oniy pre vented a tragedy. HWSDALB. Rev. Emma E. Bailev --cupies the Universalist pulpit again Sunday. E. & N. Worden have bought J. V. Beers' house on Iliggins street, and hiB barn and land on Main street. The foundations for Robertson a paper mill are nearly ready for the frame. FRANKLIN COUNT, MSS. The supreme judicial court at Green field, sustains the exceptions taken at the superior court in the caseof takinc liquor Irom Landlord James l'ickard of jyortn field.onthe ground that the icturn of tbe warrant before a magistrate other than the one who issued it was unauthor ized, and gave to the magistn to before whom it was returned no iuris.liction to act upon the complaint. The annual meeting of the State grange will be held at Greenfield December 21-23. George A. Gale of Ansonia. C't- lectur ed on Odd Fellowship at the town hull Tuesday evening. Union religious ser vices were field in the I nitarm t chnrcn Thanksgiving day. and Rev. B. rlacg preached. The Cushman Park com mittee have lately been mak iig some needed improvements in the p rk. The old shoe shop has been remove 1 from its foundations and all truces of it ire gone. The winter term of Powers institute betdns the 30th, and will continue 13 weeks. The district schools begin the 2ytn. All the mills in Coleraine are now run ning on full Hincfcowing to .-lie increase of water." fflifUi mth has seriously effect ed the manufacturing interests. Chicken and pork thieves abound. Several hen roosU have recently been "sorted" over, and a couple of pork barrels have been overhauled, probably by somebo ly who is preparing for Thanksgiving. Toliacco of this season's growth is said to be the best ever raiseu. The jury at Greenfield Thursday of last week, in thecaseof Geo. W.Spurr against the town in Shellmrne, for alleged dam ages by a defective" highway, brought in verdict for the town. Judge l'ewev awarded A K. Gowdy of Scitieo, Ct., $530 on hisclaims against K. M. Roche of South Iteerneld for bills of liquors sl-l hoche during a number of yeais, for which K x he refused to pay on the groimtl that the sale of liquor in this Stale at the time was illegal. The case against Silas H. Warren of Turners Falls, for eml-cizle-ment. is continued. He has settled with the Fib-hburg railroad comany, paying back all the money. The lurk less Greenfield Hmiar l has collapoed again, its circulation having dwindled down to 500,and the moilcagt-ea w ho have run it for the year past, n ,ving (link money enongb to aatiaiy itie'n. About 30 of tbe young people of the Methodist church of Bernarnatoti visited Rev. Mr. Mill at his home Tools;, eye ning. Coleraine Cotton at ilia have shut Iowa for Thanksgiving. . BERKSHIRE COCNTY. MA31. AXOTHKB TCWrntA"' 1 SXTT KtS C. M. Brown, a fra-mer temper no lec turer, and last vear one of the consUMe. of North AiUrrta, presented fnrdiOTKat to tbe Adams natioaa! Isuik Fri.lay antvw a n. liT lts. pur;aninc to have given bv his niother, r iini C rr-wn, and endorsed by F. P. l!ruwn and Ju Plfin.nn.nt Letters. They are sheets of sunshine A Methodist rW Knian ot riaruora. uonn., writes Dr. David Ken nedV. Of RomlOUt. N. Y.. that "Favor!,.. Koma.1v-' cured film of Chronic Llrei Disease and Inrilges- "". nuiu wiiii-ii ne nao suuerea ior a long time, fhis waa splendid, but nothing more than a,.v one may expect who uses this medicine. One iuuar a uoioe is a small consideration when health la in question. The clergyman says he is going to Introduce Dr. Kennedy's "Favorite emedy" anion? his nennln. neaiw is always a rriena He can't do better. oi religion. Every Invalid a Druggist. By buying the new and popular medioine, Kld- ney-Wurt, you gut in each oackage enough of the dry compound to make six quarts of medicine, thus saving double the money which is asually paid for medicine, prepared on liquid. It Is a specinc cure ior money aud Liver diseases. mil-Edtred Butter. There is always an active demand for butter mat is up to tne gilt-edged standard In quality and color. Mucn butter that la otherwise cood sells at a reduction of from three to five cents per pound, because deficient In color. Dairy men should tnen use Wells, Richardson Co.'s rerrecled llutter Color, tn a vb a brleht June color. This color la by far the brlshteat. purest Horning can ne more wonderful than ,n urn, n,c uuicnui Bcruiuia rewaruea in "Hood's Cook Book" from nersonsof undoubted rfun,.im If you bare a friend aufferlua from this terrlhie dlaeaae, lt'a four duty to Bend thia proof of the eiliclency of Hood's Harsaparllla, It strengthens and builds up the system while It eradicates dla eaae. "Hood's cook Book" sent free. Send for one. t,'. l. uood a Co., Lowell, Maaa. linU The Park Publishing Co., Hartford, Ct., have the best book for canvassers and agents we have seen. Send to them at once for terms, etc. Messrs. J. C. McCurdy & Co., Philadel phia, Pa., have good books for agents, or otter a big salary to agents, write tnem at once. A CARD. w, danfi-e to exnress onr sincere appreciation ol the kindly well wishes of the friends who so agreeably surprised the 15th annlrorsary of our marriage, r-aturunj evening, wnu mc, uij prise visit and wealth of due presenta. Hit. B M KS. rtlAISB. BloeanttLU DlHTllS. H-RiNit In Jamaica, Nov. 20, a sen to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. spring. Hit aa In Jacksonville, Nov. 7, a son to Mr Mrs Homer A Hicks of West Dover. Died same day. Smith In Vernon, Oct li, a son to Mr ana Mrs Botiert pmitn. MABBIAQES. JoNtw BnTNToN in Brattietwro. wot. n, dj KeV. U80. B. UOW, Sir, n.lHlli n. buiiot i mat- low, N. H., and Mitw Sarah C. Boynton of Urat- tlphnro Thmpwin Bakre Tn Brattleboro, Not 5, by KeT ueo d uow, Mr auius u i iiuiuauu Mia Eliza Baker, both of Brattleboro. Minkk Okbb In WreenlUld, Maa, Wot II, by Kev A W Mills, jftniCK n turner ui lmjuvu buu Ktta C Oeer of OreenHeWI. Shii'Man Brown In Kant uover, hot. 4, nv Kev II v Hatter, sir hzraunipiuauui bwiw: and Miss Delia A Brown of Dover. Anpbkws VfBLia In BrattleiHtro, ov. 4, oy Kev K w niinpy, Menterx Auurewi aim nisi Hattle Well, both of iuilford. ADkjns 8UUN In WallHlleU., Nov l(.,hy Rev Mr Went), Henry u. AtKins or itrameooru anu niu MaryC. Sloan of WaltKtield. Kkki NORi-Rtrtw In Braiileboro, Nov. 94. bymev D. K. Miller; iciwarti Davis ea anu ma aaran KororoHH, all of Brattleboro. Smith N yk In Brattleboro, Nov. 24, by Rev. ieo. B. Uow Dca. toyman Nnmn or Atnnertu, Matta., and Mm. Jane R. Nye of NnrthtUld, Maaa Hali, WiiiTAKKB-In Brattleboro, Nov 28, by Kev Geo. H. now, sir narKj Hanoi riiututwu, n T. and Mtfw Tora J Whitaker of !over. Shirli Roberth In SonierneL Nov. 45, by Rev. , u it. snieios oi uratueuoro ana him Sarah M. Roberta of 8. Hamilton Woodhuki In Jamaica, Nov. IT. W. II. Hamilton and Clara K. Woodbury both of Windham. Park hi rjt Wit.niiR In Cheater, Nov. 1R, by ev H. L. Slack, I'rof. Lewis Parktiurat of At hoi, Maaa.. and Mils Km ma J. Wilder of Weston. Crotch Wii.bkr In Kaat Wemmoreland, N H, Nov it, hy Kev jehiei Clam in, Mr ueviuroucnoi Hwanaey and Mrs Mary Wilier of Westmoreland WiLKr.R 'osi.ian In Winchester, N H. Nov IT, by Rev E llannon. (eor(te T Wilder of Hi usual and Jennie M Couiliraa of Winchester. DEATHS. Wait i In Brattleboro, Not IS Prank W Waite, son of Silas M Waite, aged g years, 10 mouths. is naya. Mokk In W Brattleboro, Nov IS, Henry Morse, aed as vears. s months. Imith In Northneid, Mas., Nov. ?, Lnvcretta, wire or T nne ti Binun, mpfi ai. Nr riw In Diunraerstou, Nut UjBlocher Nor- rM at C01.KMA) In Wtlmlnitoo, Not 10, Charles Cole man, ci. Rili In Temraarh, Mtrh, Nov T, Perley Bills, Tb. Knapp In New York, Nov li, of paeuuhMua, Ueo il Knappof PammentttrO. Bkkwbh Id Bfnn(nicin, Nov. 18, Mra.LydiaU Brewer, wife of Caivm Brewer, aged Su years, t isxHiths, 181avs. Wooiman In Kf nnlnjeton, Nov. 10, J. K. Wood man, aed 74 yrars. M stthsw In Bt-nnimytoB, Nov. SO, Miss Lena Maiihfwa. ael l ft'ara. LTHBor In Arlinnn, Nov. It, Miss CarvJIave Mana Laihrnp, ad years. DrBAR In Irorset, Nov. la, Charles DaDbar, atred ;t vears. pEBav-ln draitleboro. Nor. W, T. P. Perry, agtl 4 vears. Pikrtr In lamaica. Nor. tt, Mrs. M. T. Pierce, ac-d S4 yeara. Rowarp In WllKhetr, N H, Ort 14, Ads 1, (tanfhtar of Araamoa A and Mary 4 Howard, aarl mnntha. Ktw Id Winchester, N R, Now IS, Warrew R Kaw, aared W vars. Aijjii-In Belvows Falla, No. M tynhoM sm-iisnan, Anrrlina (WkltrBrt wife ilKU A i !-, aered vrarn. 11 snooths and 1 dav. Kit.. Ir HHIowa FailSj Jolj M. Anaie, oanrhter of Jhn anl Johanna kinar. arl u. 2 ia?a. Ea-to la Winr-beftier, N M, Sv is, Warree. H F.im. airMt ts Tear. Wool Growers Take Notice. WAtTTO IVKT1TEt.T .a. Ira nT WonL watr I will rat -t. . puvM f-C f uVl sa4 a rta. fnr ssvvlirt. Aiwa, pay th htRaK wh pnre. W. W. DAVrtPllRT. LryJra, Maaa, fcrss, lt, una, TM CUSTOM CLOTHING In this denartment we have a fine stock of Fornifrn nnd Amrrir-nn Woolens, Plain and Fancv Suitinss. and Over Coatinss. whirth we are cutting into i-iatn sacks, uver Voats, Ulsters antl Ulsterettes, Uress and uusine8s suits. We Invite all to oall and exam I -is Goods and Prices. All Oooda sold at bottom prices for Cash. Pratt, Wright & Co. . 2ro, a sc 3 o-E.a-irii'E block, BEA1TLEBORO. luiLortant Evidence. J. Ma Rriegs, the banker, writes as follows: Mirnoie sunerer ior ten years, with Dyspep sia, or indigestion, and exhausted vttRiitv. Km. ployed phyflicians in Kurope and America, but found only temporary relief. By request of my lame Dackatre of "W'vomnkH " or "Kar.a and from its use I found Immediate relief and an effectual cure. It is truly a wonderful remedy, and my experience Is that it will rin nil that is uiaiiuuc ior iu COMBINATIONS 4MB DjSDALLT.FORIrlED FOR THE PURPOSE OP MAINTAINING OS AUVaUVtUVti PRICES. I" OURS IS TO KEEP THEDI DOWN WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. We sell Men's Winter Suits for $6.00. Men's heavy Overcoats for $3.75. Boys' Overcoats $2.00. Children's Short Pant Suits $2.50. We also have a large stock of the finest and best READY MADE SUITS to be found in the Count1. Overcoats and Ulsters of all kinds very cheap. Our stock of Furnishing Goods is complete. Underwear from 25c to the best all wool regular made goods. Remeilier we guarantee our prices the lowest & everytMns AS REPRESENTED .JH Examine our stock of Gloves and Mittens STARKEY & WELL-MAN, BOSTON CASH STOKE. GHANA DEMONSTRATION IN STIOKNEY Sc HUNT T1 n?.f SEplw',re 10 annoiindna- that having tushow lhe LAltUKHT 4 MUNTCUlPljft'JC atuuk DRY GOODS. GROCERIES! Boots and Shoes, Brags and Medicines, to be found in WnlUnghara, - - at the vary lowest rrlcea, And It la a recognlied faot that for CASn we un dersell all our competitors. ThankfQl to our patrona for our Increaalna-larire trade of the paat year we trust by our square and fair dealing we can Insure your patronage In the future. STIOKNEY & HUNT. 3 Jaoksonvlllo, Vt LOOK HERE! Garfl eld Is elected. ThfnarFrtvffiiMiHiimu,i :. opened. The bleMtngH forcUild liy all the modern prophets are alwut to Mliower down on tlie country in general and Krattlulioroin imrtip.ninr w hU em:aped payment of the rebel debt. The capital of the loyal North la no longer In danger. The ter rible nlghuniare of "Free Trade l hauifdied. BuslneHH muHt proRiter. Property must rise. Now la the Mine to bur of me flume of the most iipniruhiP propertleH in New England. If you want a farm in Hrattlcbon), Marlboro, Newfane, Guilford, Hali fax, Wilmington. Keadsboro or Ktanifunt. rail mi me. If you want a store In Wardtdmro, a wiwniill In ReadHboro, a half-dozen dwelling houaea in Brattleboro, gooii pantureH, Hilenilid timber lanriH, I !n Sllit VOU. I nwniind hVH ilirmi ..f a nnmlu.i- of tenements, four of tliem are now vacant, I want to ill! them. Have a fine pair of workiniroxen. and lot of young cattle for Hale. If von don't want to nut vonr mnncv vhpro it will do anybody but voumelf aaoti. I ('.Mil Hfll Will some bank stock. Walk up aud buy some or all tins property, am get the rise. It will noon mt t.Mvnrnl fun r r.iwl. or the politicians and narrow gangers are miritaken. CHAS. N. DAVENPORT. Brattleboro, Nov. 10, 18W). ADfllNI STIt A TO I1S SALII, Will be sold at Auction, on the nremlHea. fintnr. day, Nov. Cth, 1880, at 1 o'clork p.m., a pleasant and deHirable house and lot situated on the Guil ford road, near Allen's Gardens, the property of the Estate of Henry C, Potter, deceased. At tne same time, a nice Kstey Organ, nearly new ; a good Cook Htove, with pipe and furniture : lot of household goods Chairs, tardea, chamber furniture, pictures, crockery, tin, glass and wood en ware. bale peremptory. No DostDonement for bad weather. CHAS. N. DAVENPORT, Adm'r. Brattleboro, Oct 28,1880. coi.tiissiom;hs notice. Estate of Jelile Swift, The undersigned, having been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court for the District of Marlboro Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims antl demands of all persons against the es tate of JKHIKL HWiPT, late of Wilmington. in said District, deceased, and all claims ex hibited in ufl set thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the nurnose aforesaid, at tin Havings Aank in Wilmington, on the last salnrdav of November and the tlrst Saturday of April next. from 8 O'clock. A. M.. until four n'r.Uwk i u each of said days, and that six months from the 30th day of Octoher, a. d. Ikho, la the time limited by said Court for said creditors n present their claims to us for examination and allowance. uaieu at wnmington, tuts lid day of November, O. B. LA WTO N. 1 12 EST (J 8 C. SARGENT, f Commissioners. New England Agency OF THE TANITE COMPANY, 21 Doane St., Boston, Mass. Emery Wheels, id Oeaaeraal , clilnery. Saw Onmniers, OrlaadlaaK Wlm '; Cataloguea and Price Lists furnished on appll- a. fimosls THE BEST NICKEL ALARM CLOCKS FOB $2.25 I OPEN FACED WATCHES! Eleven Jewels, Nickel Movements, for $7.00. Aii all Ms of SwissDd American Watdies. " ROGERS BROS." Ijuliea' Neck Chains & Lockets, etc : nnd Gent's Fine Rolled Plate Vest Chains, at the lowrst prices. All to be louna at The Brattleboro Jeweler next door North of J. Steen's Book Store. Boston Produce Market. Not. 83, 1880. BUTTER. New York and Vermont. I'reameries Choice Dairies Fair to good CHKESE. New cheese. Choice Northern Factory Fair tOKOoa Coramou "OTATOES. Eastern and Northern Rose.... Prolines. Jackaona. KU08. Eastern, per dos Northern Western .... BEANS. Choice Pea. per ba... Choice mediuma .... Tellow erea HOI'S. ..an ass ..23 aSO ..18 ail IS sll,o HVyUifcc a an JOaJ.'c. .saaoc. , Joauc n a?6 ' aa a 'M i all aat i tl 75.1 W 1 oalU 1 aaaiw laaiOr Eaatern, per lb WOOL. New York A New Hampshire X $ a0 c Ult-hlv.n tnd Wisconsin X and No. 1... 41 a44 - Ohio aud PeonajrlTanla X and XX 46 aa e WaucriawBi Vatlaai I.lvaack Market. Not.sj. iaan. Market Beef Choice 7 SfK 00. extra 7 0O 7; flrsl quality second ouallly auua JSC third quality JSa4 IS. N B. Choice !uclul.-a nothing bat stall feed 1111 to 14 bullocks, liatra an,! flrsl quality In clude the beet fat oaen. Hecond and third quality Include olen and two and three year old stecra I Htore rattle worunt un. r -" alen llllehOowsandtalieaja.a.a. Farrow Cows, luaje. Vearllna.;al4i Iwoyeara eld, llali: three yeara old. Swine Western let. Ilea ifceaa.elb. Northern heetin7L.robV5'n lot. W, 4, each : eitra each. from 4a6c . Hpriuj lambs 4 45?.I,M. a,.lh. Bnahton hides. 1V . Brir Mon tallow, perl. Country bide.. 7 Vc. Country lallo Fa4: bairklna.l2alc. DUNKLEE & FAY, FISK'S BLOCK, DEAI.BHS IK AND Attacnments rilE NEW HOME IS OUR FAVORITE FORjT IS ALWAYS READY I BUT WE KEEP DIFFKRENT KINDS TO SUIT DIFFPRENT MINUS. Call and aee for yourself and take yonr choice. IV avlae have Machines to Rent. We also have the PATENT STAR TREADLE to lit any machine. DUNKLEE t FAY New York Stock and Money Mar ket. Tf.w Tn... . a. IK. Moey loaned ai 4 peeeent. Uorerm. emiboadK r"rzi : : : : : nSi do 41-asreejel ... - an s l - THI. eertiae. that 1 have lTe T " -' attractliqi ansa u. pay aat dVWs i ALONK' N ibe RallBti. la. DAY. Iwl4 THIS PAPER ri?J!THaS5S STICKNEY & HUNT OF JACKSONVILLE. Sell tho Cenuine 5 Drawer Home Sewing Machine for S30 Cash. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, $30. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, i0. PKAWEIW WITH ALL ATTACH MENTS. DR.WES WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS. AT rrtCKSKY A HfKT-8 JACKSONVILLE AT STICKNEY A BrSTJt JACKSONVILLE. 4W14 500 Reward Wit will TY th ntmvwf rvvn1 fnr wnj em nf Ufff i.'uaipltunW Ithpij14V fvrk HevUclM. Ilhtt-rMM-n, ooi i-uoo or im.vw we cannot cur wttli W "art nrtAhw Urn Ptll, vim iha dirmmna mre atnriir eompiiM wiUl Tttj ftr parfl; rfrt mm! nvrr fll tn ipv ui- m Pt'.K ts cff-nu.. For Mi b all lruri" HrV ww M jtpanirrfrita and im.TalioiM. 1 ur ffrmiM BiOBfvrTurl rnusjr hy J.HN '. RT A -1 a 111! rm," im in V. Mah Cfc--jktr Vt triai n kaatv bmu by mail prva4 m rfin rtf a 1 mrt umn. iftnl Afeai foe BratflvtiQaru, Vt, owlU N JEW ENGLAND BOOK BINDERY. Blank Books Made to Order. PRINTED HEADINCS NBATBT KXaCCTKD. A. W. JiCKIOSl ev SON, Elliot Street, Market Block, Brattleboro, vt- For Sale, In EAST TOWNSHEND, a am all farm of ill acres, all in grasa. excepting garden, with good house and (air barns, young orchard of apples and pears, spring and well water. Prics $500. Cheap for be money. Who wants it? Speak quick. En quire of C. C. TAFT, Townshend, or HART TA FT, Bernard ston. Mam. its Wanted. J1AT, NICELY DRESSED POULTRY from Monday till Thursday of each week. RDecial arrangements made for taking in holiday poultry. Also chestnut at their market value, and a few carloada of good winter applee, In barrels or with. OUL (S-Ul O. L. MLNEli. yAOTED AGENTS FOR THE DETECTIVES OF EUROPE AND AMERICA. I years experlenoe In the leant Serrlrw of Cele brated Hetectlrea, In all parte of the world, eao octavo pagea, 40 full page engraving. Also In prase two new Illustrated Books. Extra Induce, meats offered. For terms address J. B. Bean A Co., Uartford, Conn., or Chicago, 111. 4W14 WANTED. To cure a cw of Catabbh In each oelahborbood. with llr. K.r.n.-. Remedy, to introduce Ik Sample free. OLE 11 L TUN, r-lttsburg, fa. wu ORGANS $30 to 1,000 ; S to 82 Stops. PIANOStl'snD. Paiierrr.. ISArm liu,. lei F. Beatty, Washington, N.J. 4W14 (2777 A YEAK ANn EXPENSES TO SI I I agents. Outfit Free. Addreaa P. o. VICKEY, AumiHta, Maine. ia.ni w and very Allrartive Style are- now Kcaar. MtSOJI 'BEST CABINET OR PARU1R OR- OANS IN T1IK WORLD, winnera of highest distinction at rvrkt ohrat AND WORLD'S EXHIBITION FOB TII1HTR8N TEAR8. Ptium. tai.t67. tea. BUI. aiiM. 'tO S.-MS) and uitw.nl I- ,.r .... nu.: IAnl.si nit-nta, t.w a quarter and upward. , auutiKur iree. A HAM 1,1 N OIUJAN CO.. 1.S4 Tn-nmnt Nt . tuin. OB4S AM TON : East 14lh SL.H nion s,nir l NEW YORK ; 14 Wabaah Avenue, CUICAuo. DIW14 OPIUM Morphia Habit Cnred m lu uj Ai day. o imy nil Cnred. DR. J. 8TKPH KNM Lebanon, N. H. M-ijr WEIGHT'S NEW METHOD rom thb CABINET ORGAN. CotDRimdn by th mont ml Mat Teacbera and Mattciau Thoronch Conttirha lv Iutrcl(fa. HO BsanUM SelecQcss THt VKRV BEST lor Beflaaer. or OrgaalMa Sold by CUKNKY A CLAPP, Brattleboro, VL Sm! eRAVES'PAJJ rspwpvxoi .ev eavtrr run OALL HI mV. ' CUlAJ ' ini inii.. 'WRINGERS" Clothes Wringers Betnar etaraareal M a nrrwiin, in tmmm km t ea.trat.w lo do m wort aa well as caa ke oaie, al aw Ike be eaalitv of roll.: ivt are nrrmi enaiiur mf aad raw kna are snM4 tke raafwA, aad if say work avv. mm pram ati.fM--Wiry. I aaa whrp jtm raa tad aae and kai.it amadem. I will do wort aa cam aaaaj ae aasaal ta aasae aeauity e esnrk. B. K DAVU, Baramy KMrK.