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ft iy r Jfou at u mmi Sen IVol : i1 . Br ( A lit'. Unit lam J, ! 1,1V mln ham T met as Ha; 'in i full; que , M spet doit pou and myt . we !' the, 80 I rid Br, A. que Of I to i ' a tv tint- frie ofj M hio T ' C'h: ' I'afc 18 1 80(1 ' COU , trui stat ove; wut . yoa. he to I ehd T eno' Edt on ,: mm eve. op Cl poiu Joo I in t 1 unp can hna tiod wh 8 THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, VT FRIDAY. JULY, 24, 1896. VOL. XX. NO. 52. D IrivKVS i 1 in - i r mm A carefully manufactured cracker made of the nest selected wheat. Over 3,000,000 pounds sold in one year L proclaim its popularity. Our name " Boss on every fiiscutl. C. D. BOSS & SON, NEW LONDON, CONN. Originator and Sola Manufacturer. lor's: 11 1 bo Hrattloboro, mingtun in JhuoIib. W ( Uigelow of Mabel Stowo of the guest of Mm Went Wit W JI tlreen Hlvcr. left iHHt Saturday for an friends at Maplewood , Lima Keed outing with N H. Farmers have nearly Huiahed hay ing. Hay doe not average only half a m op. The army worm has not reached us yet. People are making preparation for it. LOCAL ABOUT THE COUNTY. Putney. The neighbors of Mrs John WalKup f Winnebago City, Minn, gave her a surprise, the occasion being her - birthday. The second son John has just graduated and has his diploma from the commercial department of Parker college. He passed over 00 in seven studies, 98 and 100 in some of them. Another old resident of Putney. Fred Pierce, Is located at the same nlaitt. Arthur Blood was taken sick with scarlet fever last Friday morning. Mr Wilkins'dpfcople were planning week's tinting at UloeH IBIanil and were 10 start Friday. Mrs Klisha Hall, an old resident of this place, has been visit ing here and calling on her many friends making her stopping place at Dorr Cloush's. -Ada Gale was at Newell Gale's over Simdaj. Geo Han nuiu is taking bis vacation at hie father's, Putney Hunnum's. .Mr and Mrs Chayton of Bristol, Conn, are also there for a few weeks. Miss Pease of Westm, who has been at the Haunuui's, has returned home. Ver non Doty of Bradford lias been visit- ' ing at Mrs Patterson's. Miss Florence Patterson has gone to Lake Morey. Alien Teift started Wednesday for Min neapolis. His uncle. H Lteebe, who was here in the winter, and who is now at that place, has started a lum ber vard and given Mm a position. Miss Florence Douglass of. St Johns bury is spending a week with Miss Jennie Pierce and visiting friends. Miss Hattie Derry left for West Hart ford, Conn, Wednesday. Lora Howe and wife with Mrs Uelyar and two children of Brattleboro were at Mrs Sherwin's Sunday. Mrs Davis of Bel low Falls with her daugher, Florence Clnugb, were in town Saturday. Mr Wiao and Miss Lena Perry of Bellows Kalis were in town Sunday at Frank Kendall's. The Misses Lanpbear of Chicopee Falls, Mass, are at Geo Townsjnd's. Miss Minnie Hewitt has returned from her visit at Shelter Island and expresses herself as much pleased with her outing of six weeks. --Geo Guy and family go to-morrow to Lake Spofford for a fortnight. Mrs Coolidge of Brattleboro was at her brother's, Elwyn Patterson's, Tues day. Miss Gertie Gorham is attend ing toe summer school for teacners. Among the new wheels aro Mrs Jennie Pierce's and Edith Stowel's. Ed Blan ch ard is home for a short visit Mrs Ken ben Winchester of Holyoke, Mass, is at William Cole's. Mr Beebe on account of ill health, has moved over to his daughter's, Mrs C B Willard's- -Pat Heffron has moved to the place vacated by him. Mr. James Lowell of Noelton Kansas is nisiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Crawford. Jacksonville. Fanners have secured most of their hay and report a good crop of extra quality. V H Putnam raised over 10 bushels of strawberries from a small plot of ground. He furnished our merchants the nicest berries ever brought here, come berries measuring over four inches in circumference, a quantity of fresh berries being pieked July 22. Caucus Saturday evening to elect delegates to the Democratic county convention at Newfane July 29th. Ball game Wednesday, Jacksonville 8, Charlemonts 13. This is reported an the best game this year. E P Reed is building a piaza to the 'L" on his Main street residence. iS G Eason baa clapboarded his barn Wilmington, The shower that came on Tuesday taut otuh cine that has been looked for and did much good. Mny visitors and strangers are in town now, and more are expected in August. Frank Forbes and family of Greenfield will occupy a cottage at Rnnonrla next week. K H L'hilda has been here this week; he Bnd his wife will come here soon for a few weeks tay. . . ' . The W G & L Co, are shipping a large amount of lumber from their mill to all tiarts of the states, and have nlAntv nf orders for lumber. ''.. . , " It I l... ..A rarttea iroin mew riaiiiuBuuo n- charge of the saw mill at the Moun tain mill and will saw by the thou sand. The new men commence work at the mill Monday and a few of the old bands have gone to Masachusctts where they find work again. We don't care to loose good men from out of town that all respect. Tuesday was the warmest day of the 6688011 Many of our farmers have finished their haying and have cut more than they cut last year. They have tilled their barns full they Bay with a tine quality of hay. A M Pameleo started last Thursday with a load of fine furniture for Sa daw i? a and when he cot ou the other side of Cast In hill, his horse made dash and tinned the load down the embankment. Mr Pamelee saved bim nnlf hut his load and his horse swent over. He freed bis horse from ths had and rode him to the village but was thrown from his horse and hurt about his hin so he was unable to go with out crutches and now uses a cane No bones were broken but his furni ture was somewhat demolished. Mrs Luther Barber and son, Scott Barber, of Brattleboro are visiting in town for a short time. - Dr Prescott and 'wife, who are stooping at the Vermont house, made a few days visit in Brattleboro last week and re turned again Tuesday last Healer Newell and F W Chi Ida and also A Cbilds expect to return home on the 30th from London where they went for a few weeks' visit with the Ancients and Honnrables of Boston H H Thompson and wife of Brattle boro were registered last week at Raponda. Henry Clark of Albany, N . who is sneudina the summer with his family at Raponda. caught last Wednesday about 200 fine brook trout ; last week Tuesday he got 17. ; within the past week be has caught out of the fake about 30 black bass and u few pike. Registered p.t Hotel Rapon da thia week are : Mrs Henry Friden- burg, two daughters, child and maid. New York; Chas F Taylor, Holyoke; W B Williams and wife, Miss Wil Hams. Henrv Williams. New York; Gain Robinson and wife, Master Junior Robinson, Springfield, Mass: Mabel Anderson, Detroit, Mich: W L Walker, Brattleboro; C A Wood and wife, New York. Col R J Coffee.Supt of the Soldiers Home and Maj. A B Valentine of Bennington were guests at Hotel Raponda over Sunday. Capt Kihbing is doing a good business with his steamer. Bradley C Newell will be at the Hotel Raponda the first of Grove. The general talk in there will be half a crop of hay cut thin season. iiie nay on a. uucnriKts piucv is being eut this week. A tine full of ralu Monday, rather en courages the people at ( Jrove for every- tlimg scemet nrytng up, wens anu springs were low and pasture feed short and tlie rain will do miicn good every where. Mrs. A. Burnett I 110 better from her stay at Chicopee. A. Burnett, our local printer, is home through haying. William Rose of Greenfield is living at D. Wordcn's the postmaster s home Mrs. Wordeu Is quite poorly this sum merMrs. E. S. Bell aud Mrs. James L, Kabcock have returned to their home In Randolph. Mrs. Joe Miner Is quite poorly with a heart difficulty. Lewis Brlghatu Is Improving in health. Three foreigners are employed in Nos. 4 and 5 District, one at 11. E. Clark's and two at C. 8. De Wolf', who give good satis faction. A ugust. Guilford. Joel Gaines and son have nearly completed a fine bew barn, their old ones proving too small for their pros perous and increasing business. There is no complaint of hard times among tho class of farmers to which the Gaines's belong. A pair 'if Ed Suuiors' horses in dulged in a little runaway Tuesday with no serious damage. Frank Jacobs met with quite a mis hap one day last week. While feed ing his horses from overhead his foot became caught in some way and Mouth Ward.boro. The nice rain of Monday was much needed and very refreshing and the growing crops show their gratitude by taking a fresh start. 11 f. K. nicer and it rJ lliuilcr Jr, with some of their mill hands are cut ting the hav on the so-called "Uncle Nathaniel Johnson place" "d have their families with them wium there. A party of four young ladies and a little girl from Nashua, N II, are here for d few we?ks outing and have rent ed an ucoccupied house in the near neighborhood where tbey cbh enjoy the cool breezes of our quiet town. Toe C E re-organiza Tuesday even ing electing the followingofticere. Pres. Miss Grace Payne; Vice Pres. Roy W Lyman, Sec and Tress, Amy Perry, Tho "Washington ". V fc conven tion "echo" meeting Sunday morning was quite interesting. Reports were reail ty uinerent members, convention colors were in sight, convention songs were sung one a duet by .Miss Grace Payne and Mrs A E Waite and Miss AmvlPerry aiso sang one playing an ac companiment 00 her autobarp. The C E will have another "echo" as noon as fuller reports have been received. Mr Wright of Westminster was here recently and sold the lime kiln horses to Mr Noble of Sherman. C E Newell recently made a brief visit at bis father's. Mess McGrath of Charles town, Mars, is stopping at her aunt's, Mrs S S Perry 's.-G H Frederick and family are visiting relatives in East JafTrey, N 11. Herbert Johnson of Londonderry is vibkidr here with bis aunt, Mrs G B Brown and bis grand father. Win Hoyt. Mrs Ball is on the k list. j swalton. Edgat Pike'a two-yeur-old son Ralph fell from his baby carriage thi 22d and broke one bone in hia left arm half way from wrist to elbow. Dr Doano set the fracture. Those sick with the measles aro rapidly getting well. No new cases. Splendid rain 011 Monday. The weather is not favorable for haying. Newton Moran of Brattleboro was in town Saturday and Sunday to see his mother. Fred Stone and wife are at F G Lackey's. Ullllainerllle. D C Snow severed the little finger of his right handbnlow tho first joint while working in the mill Monday. Thirteen young people attended the Mother Goose entertainment at New- fane Saturday evening. C H Dickinson and W H Newton, wife and daughter are spending a few weeks at D D Dicki!ison'8.--Edith Hunt of Boston is boarding at . D W Fisher's. . In the vicinitv of Boquet, Westuiorel land Co, Pa. almost any one can tel you how to cure a lame back or stiff neck. They dampen a piece or nannel ... : l. f.U l 1.. : l Dnlr. Ddlm .. , 1 Willi I'liUliJUt l mill A- (111. .11.1111 HUH bind it on the affected parts and in one or two days the trouble has disap peared. This same treatment will promptly cure a pain in the side or chest Mr E M Frye, a prominent merchant of tloquet, speaks very high ly of Pain Balm, and bis recommenda tions have bad much to do with mak ing it popular there For sale by G E Greene, druggist Win Towniheari. Rev C H Merrill, secretary of the state missionary society, will preach in the church here next baDuatn. Welcome Blood of Springfield is staying with bin grandparents, Har rison Howard and wife. Charles Wil lams and family of Colrain, Mass, have been visiting with his brother, S E Williams. Hattio Jennison of Windham is working in the family of W T Wheeler. Miss Helen Lawrence of Windhum is visiting with her sister Mrs Nathan Lawrence. Eleanor Spooner of Barrc is visiting at Charles Robbius's. Mrs DrGale and two chil dren are sick with measles. Mamie Whipple is working in the family of Dr Gale. Seliro Jennison and family have moved onto their farm for the haying seaEori. u.l.linirmiieh tr, ito Irka lvTrSnrucrnB! he was thrown (town stairs oreaKing and family jf Readsbnro has moved into the Donahue house. A A But terfield wac through portions of Mas sachusetts and New Hampshire in ijuest of Buttereld family records. Marion Hall, book-keeper for Stick ney & Richardson, Boston, Mass, is visiting at home and among relatives during uer vacation. Sarah M Hall started on an extensive trip through the west to visit her brother, Geo W Hall, at Yale, Idaho. She will in- iude Davenport, Omaha, Denver and Spokane and return by way of North ern Pacific R R. F L Reed returned to Eastbampton Tuesday, his family rot returning for a week. R S Childe and A Carpenter were through here Tuesday. Rollin is enthusiastic over the Chicago, convention and says that the eastern papers misrepresented the proceedings there as it wae an orderly representation of the people. several ribs and being otherwise badly bruised. Susie Younglove of Fitchburg and Mrs Pratt and two sons of Boston are at T h Johnson's. Merrill Ward and his mother are visiting friends in town. Lulu Smith of North Adams is with her grandmother, Mrs Stephen Smith. Jack Clark and wife of West field are expected at E P Reed's next week. Mrs Will Squiers of S.vanzey is in town for a brief stay. Duiiimrrstott Center. There was a meeting of the grangers Tuesday evening. We have been much favored with showers of late. The friends' of Mrs Fanny Knight will be glad to learn that she has so far recovered from her fall, as to be able to return with Mrs Greenwood to her old home. II H Miller's have a lady and her daughter from Boston boarding with them. A C nalker, formerly of this place, now a resident cf Farley, Iowa, is in town visiting old friends. Kev nd Mrs Barnard have their daughter. Mrs Lyman, and two daughters, from Michigan with tbem for the summer. Mr Pierce and wife aud two children and servants are summering here from Kansas City, relatives of Mr and Mrs. Barnard. Mr and Mrs Goodel have friends from St Johnsburv with them for a few weeks. Mr E F Reed and her daughter Luella with Mrs F Lawton and duughtrr have gone to Cuuadii for a visit to old friends. Wulirnrd Center. Rev Merrill C Ward, a graduate of Tufts college. will preach in the church next Sunday at 2:30 p m. The text grange sociable will be held with D G Baker and wife Friday evening, July 31st, in form of a lawn party.- fc,very one invited. Annie smith ot Morfolk, Va, is a guest of the Misses Lamb at F G Tay- Gladly Paid Double Price TOR A DE LAVAL SEPARATOR. Nordness, Winneshiek Co., Iowa. "About May 1st I took a United States Farm Separator (300 lbs. capacity) on trial, but on account of hard work turning it I sent Jt back. I then tried a No. 2 Baby ' De Laval, was satisfied with 5t. excepting the price was too high. I then tried P. M. Sharpies' The Safety Hand Separator,' capacity 300 lbs. per hour, used it shout six weeks. It was too small for my use. I then tried Sharpies .No. 2, or bOO lbs. per hour. It did not do good work, ran heavy and did not skim clean ; could skim cream off the skimmed milk. I -ihen ordered a No. 3, or 600 lbs. De Laval machine, and paid $200 lor ii. The I. S. and Sharpies machines were both offered 1100 each. I am well satisfied with the De Laval machine recommend it to all as the best and cheapest machine to buy. ANDREW JOHNSON. sand for new Hand Catalogue No. 246 Separator Comparison Pamphlet, and "'acta From Users," constituting a complete oduca- n in aeparaioroioyjy. THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO. wfne. Frederick A Fish was stricken with paralysis hit Saturday afternoon and has remained unconscious ever since. It is doubtful if he recovers. Frank L FUli of ViTgennes i here caring for liis father. Henry S Keiiuev has heen sick but is al.le to be about again. Mrs E J Ward is visiting her brother at. lloosick Falls N V. Kl Dover. Mrs L M Farnbam entertained a small company of young ladies at her home last Saturday afternoon and evening in honor of .Misses .losie Barber and -Nettie HIaisdell of Green Held. Mass, who are stopping during their vacation at Horace All's. Mis9 Josie Barber of Greenheld, Mass, who is preparing herself for an elocutionist, spoke a piece entitled "The Fly Jim" at the Baptist church last isunuay wnicn was wen reuuereu. C F Ward with bis wife and child of New Vork made a short visit at their cousin'.C;B Koberta', th is week. Mr Ward is the only relative living of Mrs Hoberts that bears her maiden name. Mrs Warner Spear returned to her home Tuesday morning. Mrs Bert Kice has returned from her visit to Whitinitbarn and South Adams, where she has been several weeks. A Strong Endorsement. (From the Democrat, Atlanta. Texas) Linden, Texas, March 2', 18IW. This is to certify that my wife and son suffered from droj-sy my wife alllicteu for six years and my son for two years. During that time I resort ed to every remedy known to the medi cal profession in this section of the country. In my great unxiety aud desire, to alioviate their suffering -I consulted two eminent doctors id Now Vork, and after several months treat ment I could discover no visible im provement, not saying anything for their recovery. While in Jefferson, Texas, some two years since I happened to mention the condition of my wife and son to a leading physician and druggist. He advised me to try Fir. Williams' Pink I'ills for Pale People. After considerable persuasion I reluctantly consented to do so At first I brought two packages and by the time one tiackageAad been taken I saw a mar led change for the better. I con tinued the use of them until twenty packages or boxes had been taken when to my surprise and great joy my wire and bod bad fully recovered anu are to day in fine health. Too much cannot be said in com mendation of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Tbey are certainly a great bnoo to suffering humanity, and I take greut pleasure ic offering thi testi monial. In connection with this l will state that two of our leading physi cians treated my wife and son. (Signed.) jonn Miner. State of Texae, County of Cass. as. John Miller, (be subscriber to the foregoing, being duly sworn on his oath, says the statements be makes oncerning Dr Williams Pink Pills is just and true. C. A. Kast, Justice of the 1'eace. Dr. Wi'lia.ns' Pink Pills for Pale Peonle are considered no unfailing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, ht. Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheuma tism, nervous headache, the after effect f la L'rinpe. nalpitatiou of the heart, pale and sallow complexion, that tired feeling resulting from vitiated humors in the blood, such as scrofula. chronic erysipelas, etc. They are also a apectic for troubles peculiar to feoiles suin suppressions, irregularities, anu all form of weakness. In men tbey effect a radical cure in all cases aris ing from mental worry, overwork, or excesses of whatever nature. Dr. Wil -i liams Pink Pills are sold by all dealers or will be sect postpaid on receipt of price.iX) cents a box or six boxes for i2-.r)0(they are never sold in bulk or by the 100), by addressing Dr. Wil ams'Mdicine Co., Schenctady, N. V. VICTORY RIGHT HERE IN VERMONT. We don't have to go to Indiana to get testimonials 01 the Improved United States, although we have lots them from that section; but we have some excellent ca ses right hero in Vermont. " I tried a No. 5 Improved i1. m. fteaiae a no. MitarpieHW and a Ni a ne Laval aud u No. j e Lnval. The improved t'. H. will run HtroiJ 400 pouuda per hour, and runs much eanler than either of the othJ machined. I am uiak Ins; ten per cent more butter now than when! uned my panm II. B CI'RTIH Camnrldire, Vt., June MH, 1896. Remember always in reading these testimonials th they are backed up by reports from the Experiment Sta tions. The Improved United States excels itscompetito everywhere. Just read once more the reports from thi Stations: AtCoitNEi.L t'NivKHsiTY Experiment .Station, In nineteen tests, running through two months (see bulletin 105, page 10!l), the average of the tests was only, - - -At Vkhmont F.xperlment Station, - - -At Pknssvlvasi. Dairy School, - ... At Indiana Dairy School, ...... mak! - O.of o. :floiitii Send for new Catalogue. No. 143. VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO., BELLOWS FALLS. HOMTON MARKET). OH 4NGIS OlNTT. Mia he Into Your Shoe Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart ing feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's the great est comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-fitting or new shoes feel easy. It Is a certain cure for sweating, callous and hot. tired, ach ing feet. Try it toav. Sold by all druggists and shae stores. By mail for 2.1c. in stamps. Trial package mike. Address, Allen S. Dlmstead, Ie Roy, X. V. Grafton. The CongregationHlist chapel is being f resooed. Lew Thompson U at work for J B Lawrence. Arthur Jellison is at home for his vai'tition. Alice Duncan has returned to Boston for a week's stay. Abbie Palmer is attending the, Springfield summer school. Mrs II 3 Davis is at Millers Falls MaBS, with her son, Aldo Davis. Westminster V. me for and can Western office t ELCIN, ILL. MOSELEY General Office t 74 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK. STODDARP Manufacturing Company, Xew England Supervising Agents Rutland, Vt. The young people held a dance at the town hall Thursday evening, the proceeds for the benefit of the West minster West ball team. All who at tended report a lively time. Fred Pierce and family of Greenfield are boarding at J L Ormsby's. Alice and Etta Braley have been in Walpole, N H, spending a week with Mrs Geo Wightmau. Helen Stevens of St Johmbury is stoppiog at A P Rau ney's. Frank Harlow" of Boston has opened bis summer residence here for a few weeks. Seymour Minard has re turned to his worK in Boston. Carl Wilcox of Wairen is spending the sum mer at Henry Wilcox's. Wm Mont gomery and wife of Maiden are at H A Goodhue's. Flora Avers has cone to Saxtons River. Mrs Frank Darling and son of Windsor are witn hej mother at H P Dinsmore's. West OummcnioH. C H Grant has set up two head stones on the B F Willard lot in the cemetery. The stones are of Brsndod marble and are very handsome in work manship and design. A few weeks ago a smootn talking young man representing nimseir as a waten repairer, etc, tailed at the houses and stores in town looking for work. He claimed A I hoi. Mass, as his residence ami secured a few- watches which he was to repair at hia shop and return by express. In a few davs the owners of the watches were notified by mail to forward money and receive their property. A few did so and are now mourning the 1S9 of cash as well as property. The dance at John Taft's hall on Saturday last was the most successful one of the season. Union labelled tobacco is linding a brisk sale in town. Frank Farley of Marlow, X H, was the guest of Myron Evans for a few day last week. Mrs Costello of Bond viile. Mass. is the guest of her brother, J P O'Brien. Mrs W H Clouse is seriously ill with malaria. Ki Combs was taken with hemmor- rhage of the stomach on Tuesday night but is now out of danger Ve would advise that young couple who were chased by the wild cat on Sunday fvening to keep better hours. Mrs Wm Leonard and son are visiting friends in Fisher's Island. Kast Corinth. Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D.-P. Dickey, July it, Mrs. Harriet lluttertleld. The funeral was held at the bouse Saturday. The fair directors met Saturday and decided to hold the annual fair Sept. 2, 3 and 4. The creiuncry paid its patrons 16c for June butter. Henry J. and has. L. Kemp former residents of this place were in town last week visiting friends. Rev. Mrs. Effie Jones of Barre, will occupy the pulpit of the I'niversalists next Sunday p. in. Mrs Rhodie Xoah of this place, was taken in the night with cramping pains and the next day diarrhoea set in. She took half a bottle of black berry cordial, but got no rcliaf. She then sent to mo to nee if I bad any thing that would help her. I sent her a bottle of Chamberlain b Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first dose relieved her. Anotner of our neighbors had been sick for about a week and bad tried different rem edies for diarrhoea but kept getting worse. I sent hini this same remedy. Only four doses of it were required to cure him. He says he owes his re covery to this wonderful remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley,Sidoey,Mich. For sain by G K Greene, druggist. Cheese. New York, extra, n T Vt extra, a I S Vermont, lurire rxira.8 l i Vt llrmn. V V su'oikU, A u 5 I i; mge, 7 a "I f, part skims, 2a 4 KiiMtern. choice frcsh.a 1A : Katern. fnlr to 11, l:isll ; Vt Mill N ll.choice fresh, a J.'i. Mill Feed. Sllililllii(f,irkcil,KT ton.lOTAa 14 fl0;liran,snckeil wiiiler.a 11 Sua ;lrnn, wicked irlng,li ftiinlO 7A cottoDKeol meal, a 21 AM. Butter. Creamery, Vt and N H.aHsorted sizes, all. l'X Northern V, assorted sizes. Ill I 2: northern firsts, a IS; eastern, 14 a 1ft; western firsts 14 alt 12; sw-iinds, llnli;ilalry Vt,extra,ll4;X Y exirn, is; a i , an'i t, nrsts, a 13; seconus 1 1 n 1 J ; boxes, extra creamery, a 17: extra dairy 1A. Beans. Pea. X Y anil Vt. small If I. I.il si 3r:tea. N Y, marrow II 1 a I no a I US; screened, so a 80; pea, wonl, 70 a hi; mediums, ch hand liMktu.n loon iiu;si-recnei. ma tsi; seconds 7U su. . . ' Corn . Steamer yellow,."!? I S a IS; Menmer, a i 12 37 No 3, u37 ; Good, no grade, 34 a 'Mi. Poultry. Northern ami eastern, snrlnir chickens, extra. IS a 2iii Hiring; chickens, common to irood. 12 a 13: fowls, extra choice. 1.1a 14: fowls, common to rood. Ma 12; turkeys, choice young, 15 a IS; : common to goo", is a la. G. I. B1RKE es oi tea oi ew tee Mi rge bl fers, 1 m wir (lata. ' No l.cllimed while, a 27 iNo2.clliioed white M .14 a 4H ; No t, while.; No 3, while 2A 14 ail 12; rejected hlte,2ll 4;No 1. mixed 24 14. I.lve Stork MiU'H Cows. The receipts were fair, but the demand moved slow, sales; four new rnlkh cowssold for SAO oer head, two new milch cows sold for 4A per head, two sprinrers for :IA optece 1 new mticb cow for 40, 1 sprlnicer for 42. rally a OORf, 76 JMai Less than last week and Mules mostly at 4 S t t 14c VP.AI. t'AI.VKS. prices no lieiter. per Hi. IIiiiks, Tallow axd Skins. Brighton hides, 4a 4 l-2c per lb; tallow, &a 3 l-2c per Ibt country hides, .1 as t-Jc per lb; tallow. Ilia per lb; wool pelts, S3 a 6jc : calf skins, A3c a H0; dairy skins, 2ia tor SlIERP AN II I.ambs In lots, 2, 230 a S AOr each; extra (2 S a 4 50, or from 2 a 4 1 tc pe lb; la in lis, S a 5 I 4o. Makkrt IIf.F-P. A few choice, tuiali.V); ex tra, A. in a 5 7Ai llrst quality. A a A 23: second quality, 4a 4; AO ;thtrd quality, 3 a 3 AO. STORK CATTLE Worklnv oxen, uer nalr. from VO a 140: farrow rows. 10 a 22 : fancy cows. 50 a 08; milch cows and calves, 20 a 4; yearllnzs s a 10: iwo years oia, 12 a xa; wree years om, oa;B. Wool SIICIIIGAX. X and above, 14 1-2 a 15; No 1, 17 a IS; No 2; 1 2i fine unwashed. II a It: unmerchantable 1.1a 131.2; No IJcombin, 3-3 and 1-2 blood, 18 a 1 No 2, combing, 1-4 blood, is a 1 ; delaine a;i.. Pulled and Scoured. A fine. 33 a 35: A sutler. 29 a SO: H snner. 23a SO; C super. 22 a 23: combine, fine. .12 at W: comhlnu, common, 2tia2S. Diaiueooro, jiuy 24m. SEPARATE SKIRTS. For (he past three weeks I h had a very large sale on rea made Skirts, both In black a colors ; the ones we are se!Iiss mop for $i.9H are the leaders, lit'loth," offlswe haveeieht left an(llzen Tin more will be here to-nlht I' a doz our trade on Saturday. V r all $3.47 Skirt Is as good as flped up would pay 94.00 or $1.50 fo We also have a good bl separate Skirt we are sellin IN COLORS. The white, at i The brown or linen colors, Black Duck, And the ( rash at Duck Suits at ( rash Suits. $4.95, 5.9.1, tour ions in nignt-gownsai S5c, $1.00 and 1.25. White Skirts at tile, sst $1.25. Black Saline Skirts at 85c and $1.15. Wrappers from 59c to 2. What Men's Suits we havi all go now. AT $5.75. Last call before open ins ter Good. G. A. BARKER, Devens Block, up one I'll; Ar I Those who 1 i positions t paration is b l' LONDON.CC Wrileand ask catalogue free. ill begins T11 B. E. BB Somerset. There was a dance beld at the Kiver View House the 17th wben some 50 neighbors and friends nf L C Harris and wife turned out to eelebiate tbetr marriage wbieh took place at Ciiar leinont, Mass, the ftMh June. Cake and lemonade were - ved and all went home feeling that tio-y bad hud a siood time. Monday was a rainy day anil was heartily welcomed as the brooks and springs were nearly dry. J V Rice is haying on his K u kdaie farm. Mrs L F Brainard from North Adams has been on a visit to her brother, Wm Sutton' the past Week. Dayton Rennett is on a visit at his aunt's, Mrs L V Harris, from Win-. ihester. X H. Wm Fii-I.ile is at work j bras.ka a revii t bgaiust bim is b-iog Jamaica. Mrs Alvin Krost picked ripe toma toes from her vines last Sunday July 11th. The rainy day, Monday is what we have been hopiDg and praying for, for some time pact, vegetation waB be ginning to suffer. J oe social dance nere last rratay evening wae a pleasant allair. twenty- five couples participated, and all were well pleased. Will S Allen bas taken back his farm at East Jamaica 'bat he rented to Herbert Potter and will move back onto it in the near future. Mrs F L Sprague gave her Sabbath school class a ride and picnic to Hamilton Falls last week Friday, re turning through South Windham and West Townshend, making very pleasant ride. There will be no preaching at the Baptist church Sunday on account of the abse .-e of the pastor, Rev James Nobbs. There will be no preaching at tbe Congregational church Sunday, Kev Mr Cameron not being able to get here in season. Addie Howard has gone to South Londonderry to work for Oscar Howe. Mrs Joeie Huntington has gone to Wilmington to work in a hotel as table girl. Mrs Sylvester .R a srson j nn the sick iifct. Jason CioA-oicshiekl is bet ter at this writing. Rupert L Frost is helping Reviilo Howard cut bis hay. Even in firyan'e own state cf P An Aluminum Jaw. One of the most remarkable opera tions of modern surgery was performed recently upon William McCoonell in the Presbyterian Hospital, when the surgeons succeeded in taking out half of his jaw boue and substituting in its place a piece of aluminum. A cancer nan so eaten into the jaw that the physicians decided that the only chance of saving bis life lay in an operation by which almost the entire left side of his jaw should be removed. It was a dangerous one, but tbe patient submitted to it as his only hope. An incision whs made on the left side of the face along the jaw bone. The nYsb was cut away until the dis eased bone was reached, which was then carefully explored iu both direc tions. The wound was held open wrth hooks, and the sound, flesh pro tected by an antiseptic padding from contact with the caucerous growth. The whole of the cancer, the dis eased bone and adjoining sound por tions were exposed. Fortunately the growth, though of great extent, did not reach as far as thn ligatres con necting the jaw with the skull. Tbe mechanism for moving it is therefore left intact. A 'fine saw was introduced, tbe jaw was cut tbiotigh in two places and a great piece of diseased bone removed, t'gether with the cancer and eome eeth. The piece of bone taken out was four inches in length. The in cision was made so as to leave only the sound bone and -tissue surrounding the cavity. Apiece of aluminum beaten into thn exact shape of the jaw bone was then inserted and the flesh closed over it The edgts of tbe cut were sewed together, lie now appears to ce on tbe wav J to complete recovery. He is able to use dib jaw to speak, and can take solid food in a rather soft form. The strength of the facial muscles is re urning. He is delighted with the re suit of the operation. BOSTON LfMBKH MAKKET. Lumber. ff enikx-k boards, rough, 10 00 a 10 .10t pinned, 11 on a 1.' l; No , 1 im a (10. 8rure boards, 1st, clear floor. In 00 a J0; -ids, clear floor, Iti 00 a 17 Ou; coarse, 10 a II. SIIOKT I.I HIIKK. Shingles, Kastern, sawed, cedar, ex, 2 75 a .1 Mi;doclrar.a 1 9o:a i Ml do -2d. 2; i lOelup liflnrds. do 4ft eWtMl a .It 00; do clear, :to no a :il on; ills, clear, '.'4 on a iti not claplioard, extra No 1, l.'(Ka 10. SPRITE. Spruce frames, cars, ord. 14 00 a 14 an: twelve- Ini'h. do, 15 00 a 13 50; fourteen Inch, do, 17 00 a a.Vnorthern boards, 11 50 a II 75: second, do, WalO: ' No 1 stock, boards lirt. .Hem a i oo: N No 2, do. 14 a 14 Mi; planed, narrow, 10 a 10 50; planed, wide, UoO a li mi. S. W. EDGETT & Sucr.sor to MOUSE & BVUETT. Real Estate Agenj Farm and Village property sold ornl nouses itemed, items conecie.f, prov for. Special attention given to tbe sa: of Merchandise. Send Tor Catalo; Brattleboro, Vt. lies, 25 lbs. Corn Reef, Rinhardson's I h VA3k a jr. -nr m ! J. A. PULLEN' OPPOSITE BRATTLEBORO HOUSE.) 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar, $ Pillsbury Best Flour, $ Best Kerosene Oil, 10c per garf -ALSO- FULL STOCK OF ME A OF ALL KIXD.S. T H2 f ir K M Leonard throuch havine. Mrs M O Johosi'D i home on a visit. (organized by tbe sound mooev ! crats. Demo To make your business pay, good health is a prime factor To secure good health, the blood should be kept pure and vigorous by tbe use of Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. When tbe vital fluid is impure and sluggish, there can be nei ther health strength nor ambition. Children Cry for Pitcher's CastorJa j ChamLer.aic'a Cough Remedy curt-? i cold. croup knd whooping cough. It j is pieasant' safe and reliable. For sale by G E Greece, druggist A slice of mince pie made of the , right mine meat la a. lunch In ' itself n epicure's lunch. D fJOHE such MINCE MEAT D la tbe light mine meet Whole- j some, fresh and delicious. For I plea, fruit cake and fruit pudding wld ertry beie. Take an substitute nS mmm m aainw Mr kstl - His nesur nauatttia. ' in .ur E i REU-S0U LE CO.. STMCUSE. M 1 ) MS O JS J. A. PULL whole circle c e we never ha nen s, women it present.' ' rge trade mak suit everybod re try to fitt '1 their two f We are not s; ' put on one si ed that the o t. ly ask customer ie as we are will u-e sure to ma ble. wife has on a u will agree with e is is in our sh t; B0YN1 CAIN it: ' St., ,ear the Gold Bugs or llumbugf nm Everjihlnsrh flillinery Goi But Tinware at Prices to Suit the Tirr I have iust added a line of ffoods to my stock such a bargains, which I now offer to the public at the following j 1-2, 1, 11-2 quart tin basins at 3 cents each. 2, 3, 4, quart tin basins at 5 cents each. 10, 14, 17 quart retined dish pans 13, 15, 20c each. 2 iiuart dinners 10 cents each. No. 9 tin boiler, copier bottom, $1.00. Xo. 8 copper lioiler, $1.75. 1 hav th largest and liest assorted stock of standard t , Brattleboro, at prices as low as the lowest. .Mop sticks lh i SPECIAL SALE ON ALUMINUM GOO ) -AT- 53 Main Street, BrattleW f JALF PRIC Trimmings al R prices. e or stamped t all prices. ois Gloves, 75 ( eh. m Mnim Street.