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THE VERMONT PHOENIX, AND RECORD AND FARMER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1880.
It Is nnnouuccd that J. Estey .t Co., tho
origins! owners of the llrattleboro Hoime,
Unto bought Hint property back, that it will
bo closed as n botel Not. 1st, and that it will
probably bo converted into flats for rental to
fnmilies. It will b n matter of slnccro rc.
grot in tbls community, as well as to tho
travelling public, to havo this house cloBed as
a hotel. Under the ownership and manage
ment of Messrs. Duutou &, Campbell It has
been admirably managed, and has acquired
on enviablo reputation as ft clean, wcll-ordor-til,
llratllehoro had Its touch of tho prevail,
lug wave of railroad , accidents early on
Wcrint'Mlay morning. About ono o'clock ou
that niornlnR ltalph Gray, freight conductor
on the Now Loudon road, bad his riRht arm
mangled in "ucb a manner as to render 1m
mertinto amputation necessary. The night
freight train for tho south was being lnado up
nt the time and Mr. Gray was In tho act of
coupling: carB when tho accident happened.
Just how it came about ho is unablo to snv.
lie is not conscious that ho was guilty of any
act of carelessness, but by eomo means bis arm
was caught between tho "dead.woods" and
hopelessly crushed. He was able to walk
homo, accompanied by one of the yard men.
Dr. a.ile was Immediately called and tho arm
was taken oil above the elbow. This trouble
falls with unusual severity both upon Mr.
Gray aud his wlfo, from tho fact that It wbb
only labt week that thoy buried their only
child, n lllllo girl of fl years.
HOME INTERESTING LOCAL COIHIEBI'ONDENCE.
-The following correspondence, which
has been handed us for publication, explains
Ms. 0. W. ta,.Ilair .V(r l
You are hereby appointed Liquor Agent for the towu
of Brattleboro, without BiiljitUutloli, for the year
llehtfca hundred and eight;.
Jacob Kbtet, )
P. W. Uuooxs, y firlct tmrn.
8. L. Morris, J
llratlltboro, Vt., Oct. 0, 1880.
Brittiiroro, Vt., Oct. 11, 1880.
Jacod Eiitet, 1 W. DnonEB, B.L. Mounts, Selectmen
Yourt of Oct. Sth, 1880, duly received. Under no
condition should 1 accept tho appointment of town
liquor agency, rn tfriniffy ojfrrnl, At you all are
men of common sense, and supposed to know tho
laws of Vermont, and ell know jou cannot appoint
such agent, as it belongs to the county commissioner;
therefore the writer takes each an appointment as a
personal Iniult. Respectfully yours,
U. W. Wtmv.
LECTURE UY STATE BLTEItlSTESDENT OONANT.
Tho courso of lectures which l'rof. 0. E.
Wake, principal of Glenwood clnssicnl scnil
nary, is providing for his tchool and such of
tho public as please to attend, is ono of much
value. The last was given by Hon. Edward
Coimtit, Stato bupcrintcudeut of education,
ou "Tha Elements of Education in a Latin
Classic." Tho professor's inventive mind,
forcible, facetious style, bis familiarity with
the platform, aud especially his careful, ap
preciative study of tho writings of Horace,
enablo him to make Ibis favorito author of
olden time do good service for the student,
tho teacher, and overy lover of valuable, en
tcrtaining thought and bentimcnt at the pres.
put rlnv. Thnf tlin Ln(nM la .....11 ll.l 1
J .w.u.w to nui Ml,l-u IU iU.
struct and interest all classes of bearers is
eviuent irom mo nxcu and animated attention
of all who heard it at Seminary Hall lost Fri
day evening. Tho first lecture of the course
was given two weeks Bince, by ltev. Lewis
Grout, on "Tho Worth and Wonder of Stu
dies in Nature ;" the next is to bo given by
ltev. 0. II. Merrill, on "Tho Successful Ca
reer." Hallos., full,.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hayes started on an
extended western trip Monday night.
A brilliant weddinc occurred on Thurs
day evening of last week, the contracting par
ties being Mr. E. H. Willson and Clara, only
daughter of Geo. H. Babbitt. Tho marriage
ceremony was performed at immanuclcnurcb,
wuicn was uantisomeiy decorated ror tuo oe
casion. A reception was civeu by tho nar.
cuts of the bride at their homo immediately
auer me ceremony at me cnurcu.
Miss Attie Hutchlns has closed a success
ful term of school m district No 1.
Only ono runaway tho past week.
Havo you found your whip yet, Martin ?
SEBIOCS ACCIDENT ON THE NARROW UAUOE.
Last Sunday morning, about 10 o'clock.
the railroad construction train camo down
from Jamaica loaded with heavy lumber to
bo used on culverts, and left some of it back
of the jail, unloading from one side of tho
car and leaving tho car so out of balance that.
in turning tho curve to cross tho bridge near
F. O. Durditt's, the forward truck jumped
mo tratic and ran some -'. feet on the sleep
trs over the piles and then dropped into the
water. The lumber slid off to the right into
the pond and carried down a brakemau aud
Mr. Ordway, the boss bridge builder, who
was taken out m an Insensible state aud car
ried into Mr. Durditt's. Dr. De Vore was
called, and the locomotive was despatched
for Dr. Holton of llrattleboro. It was found
that Mr. Ordway's pelvis was fractured and
his hips and kidneys badly injured. He was
made as comfortable as possible, and al
though his injuries were very severe there isa
prospect of bis recovery. Warren Willard of
Townshend, who was on the train for a pleas
ure trip, was thrown off and bruised about
the m ek aud shoulders. Ono brakernan got
an ankle oaaiy sprained.
There will bo a grapo sociablo at tho Con
gregatlonal chapel next Tuesday evening.
A meeting of tbo Guueld and Arthur
Club was hi U Wednesday evening, and was
largely atteuded, many Indies Iwini; presont.
llev. Mr. Woodruff spoke for about all hour
on the issues of tbo cUy, and thn glee club
sang several campaign Bongs. h.
Tho LtdioV Circlo will meet in their
rooms Thursday afternoon and evening, Oct.
-1st. A cordial luvitatlou Is extended to all.
G. L. Clark, who has been quito sick, is
now out and has moved his goods into the
hall over tho school house while makiug some
extensive repairs upon bis store.
This tortii was well represented at the
Wilmington and Jacksonville fairs by our
A largo share of the borsos here aro sick
Willi tho epizooty.
Tho eastern mail stage now loaves for
llrttleliorn at fl o'clock a. m., aud returns at
HilSO v. M.
E. L. Itoberts has raised the present sea
son, iu his garden, onions that measure near
ly twenty inches in circumference and weigh
qver two nounua each.
Tlio streams aro so extremely low as to
seriously interrupt utisiucasuepcnucui on wa.
-.-Measles, which have prevailed to some
extent for souio time past, have recently rap
Idly increased, and although no deaths have
oocurred, inauy families aro sufftiriug quite
The Congregational choir held a musical
entertainment at the town hall for their ben
elit on Tuesday evening. Dodge's brass
baud of 15 pieces was in attendance and dis
coursed excellent music, both out doors aud
In tho hail. The entertainment was a sue-
cess. Putney has a fiuo array of musical tal
ltev. J. II. Farnswortb, Universalis! State
missionary, will preach at the town hall
again on Sunday morning, Oct. 24tb, and
will probably organize a Uuivorsalist society
in this place.
The next regular, temperance meeting is
changed to Saturday evening! Qct. ICtli, at
which time Hey. W. W. La Seur of Chester
field will deliver an address beforo the
J. Frank Itaxter of llostou will deliver
his third lecture at the town hall on Tuesday
evening, Oct. KOtk. Subject : "Spiritualism
In retrospect and prospect." He will also
sing several songs with organ accompanl
ineut, and will closo with identifying de
ceased persons as spirit tests from tho stand.
Jjcciuro free. v
Names of pupils In district No. 10, Ju.
uiaica, who have not been tardy or absent a
wholo day during a term of twelve weeks
Frank l'ler, Georgo Hunt, Willie Hunt, Ar.
thiir Holland, Miner ltawson, Stella Cobb,
Thoro have been several cases of diph
theria in Graham6vllle recently. Mr. Wm.
Hubbard of Manchester, whllo visiting at his
wife's father's, Mr. Liberty Johnson's, hod n
little boy token with it. Tbo child livod but
a fow davs and was buried at Houdvillo. Ce
phas Williams's family hovo also boon afflict
ed with the dlseaso. One little boy, Alnoy,
aged eight years, died Oct. 1st, aud on no
count of thoro being so many Blck onos at tho
time ho was burlod tbo simi day. Tho oth.
crs lire recuvenug.
The grange fair, which was postponed,
ill bo held Oct. lillli.
Mr. A. 1. Graham, who is putting up
an addition to his cha r manufactory, met
with nuitu a loss recentlv. flu l'tli!v. Onl
Sth, his lower barn was discovered to bo on
lire, ami a quantity of hay and a calf were
There was a mistake in record In Mr.
Cnumilngs's mill being built ou tbo silo of
the Mclutiro's. Tint mill is being built by a
Massachusetts firm, aud Mr. Cummlngs'smill
is a littlo farther down tho stream. Oulto a
largo number of men aro employed In that lo.
cniiiy luniucnug. 1'eopie are waking up
since the railroad has got so near.
W. H. Willard. Who was iiilurcd on tlm
railroad below Fayetlevillo last Sunday, has
so far recovered as to bu able to sit up and
walk about tbo bouso a little.
Tho circular saw at Willard's saw mill
was bo badly Injured last week that it bad to
bo sent to ntchburg to sco if it can bo re
paired. One of tho mo ,t pleasant events of tho
beasou occurred at tho Congregational parson
ago Tuesday evening, it being the birthday
of the pastor, who was purposely invited away
iu ica, jirs. i-orter uemg in Connecticut at
tho time. On the arrival of Dr. Porter al
about 7 o'clock he found his home uucere-
moinously .taken possession of by about
eighty members of bis congregation, making
a complete surprise to him. After about an
hour spent in pleiuaitt conversation the
guests and pastor went to tbo ball and listen
ed to Bouio excellent singing by the choir and
a recitation by Miss Drown which received
much just commendation. H. 1). Wiuslow,
-M, in behalf of Iho guests, then presented
Dr. Porter with ".(! iu money. Tho presen
tation remarks of Dca. Wiuslow were appro
priately responded to by the pastor. At the
close of the response tho choir sang "In tho
Sweet Dyo and Hyc. lleuiarks were made
by Hon. Ira K. llatchelder, Dca. Follett, Dr.
Ilobart and Mr. l'owers, ouu of the teachers
in tho villago school. Col A. II. Franklin
by invitation, then saug his favorite piece,
"The Sword of Hunker Hill," thus closing tho
exercises of tho evening, which seemed to bo
greatly enjoyed by all present.
M'r.t Tow nshrnil.
-Mrs. lioyall Tuft and dauuhter aud Miss
Lucy Allen are iu llostou visiting frieuds.
We already begin to feel tho effects of a
new railroad in tho way of several permanent
additions to our village.
Luther Iniialls is soon to movo Into Mrs.
0. Kimball's house, and will continue bis
work for J. Adams.
C. P. Darrett is away buviuo bis stock
of fall goods, which will bo unusually large
A. It. Pierce has a tomato vino traiued
up ou a bank wall which has growu niuo feet
aud three inches high, from which he has
picked l.i ripe and ,0 green tomatoes this
Mr. Pierce otters his store aud goods for
sale as appears by his advertisement. Tu
location is pleasant and desirable, aud the
opening oj the new railroad assures a perma
nent mill profitable trade.
Tho Ladies' Cirdo will moot with Mrs.
Mary A. Fairman next Wednesday afternoon,
ltev. E. W. Whitney will preach in tho
uuiversaiisi cnurcu next ttuniliy at '.'..ill r. it.
All are invited.
Mrs. Samuel Swan, who is at Towns
lie ml visiting her daughter, is reported as be
lug critically ill.
Justice Stanley is again able to bo up
arouuu mo house.
Clark Harris' meat cart is again on the
The Uuiversalist ladies' society will meet
next week Thursday afternoou at Mrs. A. M.
Lymau Morris lakes the place of Jesse
Wilder at the hotel, and Wilder teams for
Henry ltiddell takes tho placo of (!. II.
Spencer at O. 0. Ware's until Mr. Spoucer's
return from the legislaturo.
D. L. Stone advertises ."41 tous of hay
aud several head of oattlo for sale.
A buffalo robo belonging to Albert Fox
was lost on the fair grounds fair day.
J. 11. Bucll advertises a sum of money
found on high street.
D. 0. Howe of Dover is iu town selling
ths "Hohbins Family Washer." Mr. Howe
is general agent for Windham County.
Mr. Black of Putney is ejuito success
fully engaged in canvassing tho town for
Naphoy's "Prevention and Cure of Disease,"
a valuable work.
ltobinsou aud lluell havo sold a fine cot
tigrt monument to Frank Gleason of Wood
ford. The epiarterly meeting of the directors of
tho Wilmington Savings llauk last Tuesday
adjourned to the ."Oth of next December iu
order that tbo divideud may bo declared be
foro tbo first of January ; lO.WXI have been
added to tbo deposits of the bank within the
.1. II. Kidder and N. W. Sargent havo
been appointed commissioners of tho cstata
of Henry Dovtker. The administrator Is O.
B. Lawton. The commissioners meet the
first Saturday in November.
Dr. F. J. Swift is executor of his father's
Tho raids of bears upon sheep are bo
coming quito a serious matter to our farmers.
Siduey ltich recently found the remains of
ono of his sheep, destroyed by somo wild
beast, aud upon investigation discovered that
ten were missing. In the vicinity of Hay.
btack Mt. 'J.- sheep nre missing supposed to
havo been killed by bearB, 15 belonging to
Samuel May, 7 to Eli Wheeler aud thrco to
Eddie Fox. Lot iu have n bear hunt.
Tho Meth,odis preachers havo had an
luti.Tis.tlng series of meetings this wee; which
commenced Monday oveniug nud continued
uutil Wednesday evening.
Tho following circtirqsto,nce of recent
occurrence has been related to us by n man
whoso name, it we wero to give it, would be
sufficient guarantee for Its truthfulness, and
we oaunot refrain from relating it to your
readers. A well-to-do farmer In the edge of
an adjoining town, who counts his money by
the thousands, loaned a wheelbarrow worth
about fifty cents to his neighbor. After the
expense of about a dollar in repairs upon it
it was used a short time and returned and
nothing was said about it until, at a general
settlement between the neighbors sometime
after, their accounts being duly squared, our
neighbor who borrowed the wheelbarrow
rose to go with the inquiry if that was all,
when our friend of the wheelbarrow said,
"Well, I havo a chargo against you for tbo
use of that wheelbarrow of seventy-five
cents." Surprised, but pleased, the debtor
pulled out his purse and Inquired if there was
anything more. "Well, yes, the interest ou
that seventy-five cents will be two cents and
a half." , The rent aud Interest on the same
was paid without a word aud tho half cent
Qur people are soon to be favored with
an entertainment to consist of the dramatic
cantata entitled "Lost and Saved," which Is
to bo given under tho direction of Mr. H. E.
Lako of Saxtous Itlver, and as it Is now well
under way, it deserves, perhops, more than a
passing notice, particularly as it Is a Utile out
of tho usual lino of entertainments in this
place. This composition is on the Bubjcct of
temperance, and is so combined as to give an
opportunity for utilizing tho best musical and
elocutionary talent of a community, and at
tho same time providing an entertainment
highly moral and instructive in i(s character.
From what we know of it, we think it is well
w only tho hard and earnest work it Is re
ceiving, and as wa havo no doubt of its sues.
ce eh, we bespeak for it a full bouse for both
ovenlngs. Wo cannot now give the time of
rendition, Cut understand It will bo given
some Utno tho present month. Wo also con
gratulato those havlnc It in charco In IuhIhd
secured tho assistance of the following well
nuu invorauiy Known soloists I Mr. 11. li.
Lake, Miss Lizzie Maynord and Miss Mary
Maynard of Waloole. and Mian Mary Hull,! nf
-On Wednesday. Mrs. N. W. Oaks, wblln
standing In a chair cleaning house, fell and
broke her arm near tho wrist. Dr. Itlchard
sou was called, and sho Is now doing well.
ltov, P. F. Barnard has romoved to Ash
burnhara, Mass. In his removal this town
lias lost ono of its best citizens.
Tho Democrats aro not now uaillnv in
hear from Indiana.
Still they comol and still Ihev are com.
Ing 1 Another Garfleldlte at Geo. llhoadcs'.
Mr. Perry exebanued with Dr. Stevcnslast
Sunday. Tho Doctor's text was, "Ask and It
shall bo given you." Those of you who were
present and wero not nodding, did J ou notlco
what the Doctor mentioned as an essential to
make a good and happy neighborhood ?
Epizooty is making its appearance.
Dr. Anderson's lap robe has been re
Al tho auuual meetlni! of tho .Youno
Men's Christian Association tho following of
ficers wero chosen : President, Charles W.
Hastings; vice president, Win. II. Howard j
secretary, Harvey Prentice; committee, A.
J. Baker, Ezra Pierce, W. 11. IthodcB, llliss
Prentice. At tho meeting of tho association
In the Baptist church last Sunday evenius
Dea. Prentice, tho appointed leader, being
absent, J. E. Whipple was oiipoititcd leader.
Dr. Slovens of Westminster We6t eloquently
addressed tho meeting ou missions and mis
sionary work. Iho next meeting will bo in
tho church at tho Centre.
A. Judson Jenisou slipped from his scaf
fold recently, striking his arm nc or tho arm
pit dn a sharp wagon ttaku and Inflicting a
Miss Isadoro E. Clough closes the fall
term of school ou Friday. Her services are
highly appreciated and sho has been engaged
to teach the winter term.
IIInalialti, jr. II.
Wo have had two inches ot rain in the
last six weeks, and would bo glad to have two
more wiihlu the next six eiays. Ashuclot riv
er is the lowest now that it has been formauy
years, and nearly half tho people in tho vil
lago are out of water.
C. J. Amldon is painting his factory
buildings a nice, pretty tint.
Tho Democrats havo raised a fine flag iu
the village. Speeches wero made by several
boys, aud cheers by Iho multitude.
Our farmers have secured tho best crops
this season that they have raised for several
years. Applts are selling for Jl per barrel
when they sell for anjthiug. Potatoes are
selling for .'.() cents. Butter from 1M to 28
We arc to have a courbO of lectures this
winter, commencing the last of this month.
i'hntrrflrlil, X. II.
Hon. J. W. Patterson of Hanover s)oke
iu the towu ball ou Wedueselay of last wetk,
giving us an ablo and eloquent address of an
hour nnil a half, holding tho closest attention
of the audience to tho last word. Fow speak
ers iu the present campaign are bitter quali
fied to instruct and benefit an audience. Ono
feels instinctively that his words aro truth,
and not clap-trap got up for the purpose of
display, or to mislead the people. Frequent
bursts of applause eudencetl tho deep inter
est iu Iho subject presented ; mainly a review
of the Democratic platform, contrasted with
tho record of tbu party. Hinging campaign
songs added much to tho enjoyment of tbo
Mr. Mark Cook, one of our most esteem
ed citizens, has several Brooks seedling pota
toes weighing ,'!jlbs., smooth and handsome,
and ono weighing 4 lbs. 1! oz. Hugo clusters
of corn, apples, anil other products are tho
rule, auel so far as the returns have come in,
they aro all for Garfield I v.
Bryant Burrows, whllo gathering corn
fodder on Saturelay, was thrown from the
load backwards, so injuring Iho spinal col
umn that bo died Tuesday morning. Mr.
Burrows was a man of excellent qualities and
much influence iu Iho community. He was
a school teacher of many )cars experience
and will be greatly mourned by all. His age
was 4G. He leaves a wifo and two children.
Tbo house and out buildiugs ou the
Dwight Boot placo are being Improved,
which woik was greatly ueedeel.
Cbauncey Gui)low,beingabout toleavcthe
place recently sold to Geo. O. Kingsbury of
Springfield, is disposing of birds, flowers, etc.,
their parrot bringing J0, tho blue jay and
cage 5-1(1, night blooming cercus i'J'i. Other
raro plants are to bedisjioscd of.
St. Albaus is suffering from a severe water
famine. Lako Cbamplaiu water sells iu the
village for cents a barrel.
Silas 11. Martin of Calais baa recently
suffered a novel loss by theft, somebody hav
ing dug and curried off an acre of potatoes
grow u by him on new land in a seclueled spot.
The twenty-seventh annual fair of tho
Chauiplaiu Valley agricultural society, just
held at Vergcuues, was the most successful
iu exhibition and attendance ever held by the
society, and comes out with nearly ..(o sur
Mrs. Emma Waters, wlfo of Paschal
Waters of Hartlaud, has eloped with Elisba
riowcrs, taking with her her youngest boy,
aged six years, and leaving the oldest of ten.
Gov. Farnham has appointed Dr. Leroy
M. Bingham of llutland surgeon-general of
the state, with iho rank of brigadier-general.
A four.days musical conventiou is to be
held at West ltaudolph, beginning the l'Jtb,
under tho direction of Dr. W. 0. Perkins of
Addison county farmers havo been foil
dering their cattle for over two months, so
severe has been tho drouth.
Tho Vermont Historical Society will
hold its annual meeting at Montpelier next
Tuesday, October 111, at two o'clock v. M. In
tbo evening, Hon. E. A. Sowles of St. Albans
will deliver an address in tho representatives
hall, on Fenlanism aud -Fenian, ltaids in Ver
The selectmen of Wooektock havo sue.
cessfully accomplished tho re-funding of tho
entire indebtedness of the towu at four per
cent., thereby making a saving to the towu of
upward. oi t,VHW a year.
Ezekiel Johnson, of Bradford, nearly ru
years old, while at work in his field last Sat
urelay gathering coru, was thrown from his
wagon backward and instantly killed, his
neck being broken by the fail.
The stockholders of the new St. Johns
bury A Lake Cbamplaiu railway (formerly
Portland & Ogdeusburg) have authorized the
president to issvo mortgage bonds to the
amount of $f.OO,0)0, at C per ceut., with SO
years to run.
The annual meeting of the Vermont Bi
ble society will bo held ut Montpelier Oct. 20.
By the bursting of a nun at St. Albans,
Charles Doby lost both his eyes, and it is
eiouuuui u no recovers.
Tho corner-stone for "Cleopatra's Nee
die was laid in Central Park, New York, on
Saturday, with Masonio ceremonies. About
10,000 members of the order participated in
Tho Atchison, Tppeka and Santa Fo
road is only ifip miles away from the South
ern Pacific road and that gap is to be supplied
with a track, thus ending the Uuion Pacific
monopoly, the routo is sou miles long.
.Tnrnuea Offenbach, the nonular French
musician and composer, died last week at
Paris, aged sixty-one. Never, even on a
stato occasion in Paris, has there been so
larce a Catherine of mourners or more sin.
cere manifestation of sorrow than that at Off.
P. T. Barnum has sued the Texas Oen
tral railroad for SCO. 000 damages, forfeiture
of contract to put the company through on
No less than ten persons were stabbed
in New York, last Saturday night and Sun
day, most if not all of them being victims of
Tho Freshman class of the University of
Vermont numbers twenty-four, two of them
Al'nir liny, A Clooil Show nnel sLarre
Tho list ot autumnal fairs In this vicinity
closed with tho eighth annual exbibition'of
tbo North Itlver Agricultural Society at Jack
sonville on Thursday, the 14th inst. With
raro good fortune, this society has never fail
ed of having favorable weather for its exhi
bitions, and Thursday's show was a good av.
erago one in all respects. The number of
pcoplo in attendanco was not far from 2000.
Tho show of cattle Included about (10 pairs of
working oxen, and other stock in proportion.
In quality tha cattlo wero fully up to the av
erago, but thoro wero uono of very heavy
weight oxcept among tho young stock. Tho
heaviest pair of oxen wero W. 11, Fatilkuci's
( year olds, weighing 3170 lbs. Joseph
Cbaso bad a pair of 5 year olds, weighing
DUO, Frank Griffin a pair of 4 year olds,
weighing .1110, Jasper Boyd a pair of ,1 year
old stoers, weighing 31 50, Chas. Dix a pair of
2 years old, weighing 2.T20. A handsome pair
of yearlings owned by Chandler Corse, weigh,
cd 1RC0 lbs., and a pair of calves 5 months
old, owned by F. G. Crown, weighed 800.
Tho only bulls upon tbo grounds wero tho
shorthorns owned by A. N. Hix and 0. 0.
Boyd. Of Jersey stock there was scarce ly a
representative. Somo good exhibits of sheep
wero made by David Tucker, F. W. Chase,
E. L. Fuller and W. II. II. Parker.
Of horses tbo principal entries wero in the
class of breeding mares and colts, which in
cluded somo very flue specimens. There
wero only two or tbreo entries of swine, aud
no more of poultry. In the ball the number
of exhibits wero somewhat less than usual but
of equally good quality. For iho splendid die
plays of fruit and garden vegetables for
which this society is noted, great credit is due
to Mr. L. W. Fairbanks of Heath, Mass.,
whoso productions include about ever) thing
that can be grown in this climate, aud tho
best of their kind. Splendid exhibits of seed
coru wero mado by E. S. Allen aud others ;
and there wero good displays of butter, syrup,
honey, anil household nud fancy articles.
The unavoidable absenco of Col. J. B. Mead
prevented tho delivery of tho expected ad
dress, but the presence of the band and the
usual number of "side shows" kept tho
crowd iu good humor, and, thanks to the ef
ficient management of President Morse,
Marshal Itoberts, Secretary Porter, and the
other officers of thu society, everything pass
eel off satisfactorily aud in good order.
Uat of I'rrmluniB.
TeslEH i xlilblteil liy sietiour Sfitilh team 1st:
river team Id. Hulls Z jears old, It N If lx nt; ?
era old, c C Hojitisi i:,nt bull rnlf, (J F Wheeler.
Fat cattle, I. W Fnlrhatika lt. Fane; cattle, II 1,
Jlllllnnton 1st, 11 1 Iirown Jil, Perry Ball M, Chas
luttlnii 4ih. Ilraft and trained cattle, 'Human 1)1 1
1st- r w t naae 3d. ejxcnoyrscihi, e. nas u u aie
1ft, W II FnulknrrSd, Israel MoweSd, EI. ItoUitie,
sth ; b jr old, 11 W Ilariicr lt, Joseph Chare s i, A
,1 KuiilUiersn. II H Roberts iti: iisu ii. e. fui
tin 1st, II s llluneliard yd, C w u heeler 3d, Jasper
Hard 4th. Steers t Trs o d. J Krtolil Int. t'hasCut-
iinjr i, r u erown oi, unve-r e.orhe ui ; t jrs mu.
Chas 1)11 1st. F (1 Hull 2d. A J Faulkner 3.1. Year
llngatrrrs, II W llarber in (ot 1M0), Chandler
corse Sd (wtiseoi, iioyiic Darner Sd, lieu rpton 4th.
lows. iesi pen. u it e.'nae: nest sie.es cow. civ
V heeler ; elalry coves, o It Chase lit, Jaceit, Chase
Id, W FChan- Sd ; JerFey cow, K r Heed. Year
Iliiff heifer. WF Chase. Caltes llest natr. F fl
Crown 1st, V II 11 Parker id, o It I hate Sd, ejenrife
cplon4lli. lleircrcaitca, i v unase in, saiur.
dock id, K P Heed M, Hollla Stetson 4ttt.
Wil, U.uUNIUIUi ,31. IUULJ 111. IB, .
Kendall Ames. LarrlttKe horses, Kits lilanchard
1st. F. Allen M. !-aua:e horses, t: l uotwrts lit.
c e' Hot it Id. Hrood mares and sucklni; rolls. I1
Uli h lit and 4th, 1) s Bar Hon H, II s Ulancharu 3d.
Lolls s vrs oiu, ji luancnarii im, r men vu. f il
lies, E N Allen. Colls Ijrs olel, 1' Huh lit and Id,
Pen sheep (grade- southdown), Datld Tucker Ut ;
I buck, aanie, ut; 1 bnck lamb, K L Fuller 1st, W
F chaic Id ; 1 pen sheen (grade tetanoid), v II 11
l'atker; 1 cosset lamb, E r Heed.
Fat hoy, 11 (1 Porter lot: twilling sow (Cheater
uhlte). It 11 Hrownlat; Chester hlte bor.r pljr. O
K inane: isi.
'i n rtilrU I It). W ft Allen 1st : Cross r li aud
It r Le-Khuni, e,ate llrt-s ; br Lefc-tiorn, Frank Heed,
Varlcliej-L W Fatrl.ct.ka lit, CO tar.; L It and (1
W Farnmorth Id. IS tar.: FA and KOlialcM. li
tar.; N L Mi tsou 4th. 10 tar. em quality, N L
ste-lson Ipt, K b Allen Id, L Vt Falrbanka Sd, FA A
EOUale 4!h. Appln-IO or., E C Starr lit, E h
Allen Id. llartcj Mlcknej sd. A J Faulkner 4th
Klnir of 'I ompktna County, Kdwlu Fairbanks 1st, L
W Falrbanka d, F llleanoii sd, Hollla and llalllo
Meison 4th ; lllue l'earmaln, A J Faulkner 1st, L
W Fain anki Id, llarier fttlcknejr Sd, II A II Met
on4thi ellllflower. Lv Fairbanks: Dleatlner and
urand baclietn.il c iiari.e-y; ttagoneranabiewart,
.1 11 l'.arne : .Tltiei.lieiir. 11 A ll bletson lit. L v
r airuuiiss aa ; lieu me-es, c a Aiiaru lit, A j
Faulkner Id; baldviln, UN lllx lit, FdCtownld,
II A 11 ftletion Sd.J II llartier 4th: Northern Sdt.
J II Ilarnr; nt, II N lllx Id; nnret 1'lppln, Ilcnrr
Corklna lit ; GraTcnaieln, I. W Falrbanka lat, N L
stetson id; ronei. rt l Mcison 1st, l tv Fairnauka
Id ; Hhode Iland (Ire-rnlnz, E C Starr 1st, II & II
stetson id. fc ft Allen hi. i. tt Fairbanks 4ih : I'oun
swreia, 11 Corklna 1st, E S3 Allen Id, L w Fairbanks
Bd. it a ii sieison si n : cai iieau. l tt ra mams
ltt, ES Allen Id; Lltlle Core, KS Allen; Winter
sweet, t. tv launanxi lst.r: ft Alien x.1 : rtoncsucn.
Edwin raittiansrt: asoinervane a. loo numerous
tu name', L W Falibanka 1st on each. Iiaiket mis
cellaneous fruit, Mra 11 W Earlier. Fears, I1 s
Karnes lit. F A A E o uaie id. L tt Falrbanka 3d.
tiulnces, I' ft tallies nt, Cranberrlei. F A A H ej
BOOTS 1SD eUtePXN VEUET1BLES.
Potatoes Early Hoie, Mowry A Powers 1st, L Vt'
Falil.auk Id. O K Chase 3d. Henrv Corllns4lh;
Eureka, Buekley seedlings, leuby and Early Nonr-
sucn.riwui ruireiui.ss m; miifoam secilliop, tt
ii Allen 1st ; Jlsfuin iionuin, EC Starr lit; llrown
ell's beauty, E. Fnlrbanks 1st, klowry A l'owers
Id ; Kaily V hue, F u Crown lat. Excelsior, L W
Falrnauks 1st. Early Ohio, ftnowllakc, Hurbank
seedlicir. Slonry A rotters 1st. Sweit otaioes,
Wuneii Ffsser.den 1st. Heets Sugar. DKluck-
er 1st, u H Chase vd. Supar beet, Mowiy it l'ow
ers 'st, II N Hix Id. Hired Turnip and Sugar
beet s. L W FatlbaLks. Eallj Basslno, Kale Bros,
in, F t) Crown Id. Turnip beets, 11 A II stetson
1st. Heaus Chinese, L YV Fairbanks 1st. White
and lrllow Ete F li Crowu 1st. Turnips Purple
tup lutabaga ui.el eoMen I all nat.O H(haseut.
l.ulitrii ball. Sweet (.ciuiati. While Erel.cn, White
Eitlt. L W Fairbanks 1st. Itilta baera. WS Allen
1st, dale ltros. M. Lane's llnprnted rula biiga,
ktovery 4; I'oweta 1st. Flat turnip, A J Faulkner
1st. sqtianei uuiiiiard, Atariiichead, Marrottrat,
L W Falibanks 1st. Hutman, Boston Marrow,
(late Bros. 1st. Id on Hubbard. Lovell S orernss 3d
ou Hubbard, suu.mer croeknee-k, Edgar Brotsn,
1st, L V F Id. cabbage Folli r's elrunihead, L W
r 1st, it ; mx ia. Aiaiuuioin, tt i iningtieu, stone,
insson. Heel Diuinhcad, Ked Dutch, L W Falr-
uanss. iteei iinicu anil ttinnicgsteu, it nix.
carrels Iniproted Grauge, UN lllx. Orange, A
.1 Faulkner 1st, J II Harney I.I. Longoranse, Fre.1
uoiurcoK ise, j. tt rxu. Duller carrots, Aiowry A
i uwers ise, ii a ji sieison tu, uaie tiros, ail. jn
terniedlalo. Eft Allen lat. Short horn. LWFlst
onions Yellow Dae.ters anil Early red, L W F,
Bed Qlobe. U N lllx. Cracker onions, dale Hroi.
rarsnlpa Hollow crown, I. V F. Peanuts, W fri
rrniM-ntic u. i uuii,iuf, , ii ,uiiu nun (iimuiiiuiii,
I. W F; field, II I) Alleu 1st II A 11 Stetson Id. Ne
gro nean, ianui i nase.
Cull butter. 11 rs FA dale lit. Staran butter.
kirn L It Fariiswurlh 1st, Mrs II corklna Id. Box
butter, L H A d WFarusttorihlst, Mrs It 1) llrown
Id. Fall butter, F u crown 1st, Mrs E L Fuller I-l
J s spraguc 3d, It 1) Browu 4th.
MAFI.I STKCr, SrOlH AND UONST.
Sytup. W S Fesscndeu lat. dale Ltros. Id. Sugar,
W b Fe-ssendeu 1st, Gile Broa. id. stirred sugar,
eisie lirov. isi. oirmutMi lione-y, punier t.isrs isi,
vouiu imue-y, juiuaru ttvcia.
Field corn-H Fairbanks 1st, L W Fairbanks s.l
JI exlcan corn, Olant of the World. Cromptou'a Sur
nrlic. Ooio. banford sweet. L W Fairbanks lat.
King rump, samples of 8,10,13,14, II, 13 ami 10
roweel corn, and sample fears to the ataik, E S Al
ien lit. canaua auu uiacc pop corn anu sweet
corn, u a ii stetson si. rop corn, uaie uros. lit,
Arthur U Chase Id. Sweet corn. J II Itarnev Id.
String corn, A J Faulkner 1st, Schuyler Murdoch
Id. Oats, wheat, buckwheat, barley, Chlnea rodder
Eiani, sugar cone, xiora joutier plant, i. tt rair
snks. II Corklus Id on barley. Sunflower and
stalk of Vt estern corn, Farley Starr.
Elmer's churn. Stetson A Jones. Buckeye mow
ing machine, c u rarinelee. sip holder, Adams A
Haines. Ventilated creamer, LC Howard. Evap
orator, tt Drcsseu'icu.
Samtile I alnt colors. Stetson A Jonea. lluirpv.
C Johnson 1st. Blotk plane, expansion reamers,
nut manelrll. beach etoca. L C Howard. Ester or.
f:an. C W Stewart. Archery and camp atoola. II U
lolbrook. New nonte sewing machine, Scott
UUUkiri. 111. PlIlgEI, A If UIU1IUI U.
Blocks for bedqullt, Miss dace L Wilson, 3 years
old. lat. Charm quilt, Emma L Clark 1st. stone
wall beitqullt, Hosa Warren, 1st. Bedqullt, Archie
V Fowler 1st. Mrs Sallte Pollard Id. btar bedaullt.
Mrs Elvira Brlggs 1st. Bedqullt, 8oe)plecea, Mat.
Ill iHuutuniu in. uitiiiuK. mar uvuuuue, AUlia
stancllft. Bag carpet. Mrs E Putnam 1st. Mrs.
c u Newton 3d. Vaifk rug, Mrs II corilua
1st. Keraev c oth. Mrs 'llios Fowler 1st.
Heme made cloth, Mrs Anna Mason lit, Mrs Mary
Vanej fu rnu nue'U uor, junrj parley isi.
Tidies Java sod Utter canvas. Stella II Stetion lit.
Laee and Japanese, Mra W V Jonea lit. Crochet and
strined. Ilattla B Farnlworth lit. Chair tldr. Mra
Emma h Clark lit. Ballroad canvai, Nettie Chile
lit. Worated, Mra Hiram Cbaaa lat, Canvai, Flora
D Fuller lat. Java cantai, Mra E L Fuller lat.
Thread, Mra E B Allen lit. Knit, Mra W U II Parker
lit Crochet, Mra Julia Kingaley ad, Apple leaf,
jura u u uoruroos. a uairi, Airs r u goooaoa ?u,
Lamp mata and picture frames, Mra II W Barber lit,
Cape and hood, Mra Btulman Pike lat. Embroidered
nuu aprrau, mu iiuta, uu aiiiuu,,
Emb. muilln handkerchief!, Martha French. Linen
nam, uracie jiuion, rony ana aou, uiara uoiorooa.
Toilet aet of decorated hoofa and norm, hair wreath.
worated wreath, Emma L Clark lat. Toy kitchen,
caater and nlano. Maud Wilcox lit. Bice mirror anc
frame, letter receiver, etc, Emnis I, Clark. Motto,
flora eiriion lit, iiaitie jaruawortu a. vara pel
kel. Mrs Julia Stetaon lit: Toilet set. card caae. nic
lure frame, Hattle Farnaworth lat. Air caatie, hair
and match recetrera. fancy wooden ware, uattle M
Jonea. Bottle vaaea, Stella M Btetaon. Umbrella re
ceiver, towel racka, canvaa table cover, lilnglaia air
caatie, jura vv i' jones. inuiiraeea uoiat prayer,
eentnrv nlant. Cora Tuttle lit. Putt bracketa. Mti
F A Gila lit. Emma L Clark 2d. Lamp and crockery,
Mra MWStlekney. Motto, Ella Hlanchard. Perfo.
rated cross, Nettle Chaic. Gilded bono ahoe, Mrs II
Porter, Crochet mlltena. Mrs II I) Brown, llruih-
iroom case. Nettle Chair. lin and toilet rushlona.
Mra Jnlla Ringsley. pear cactus and ptate of floweri,
MraN LHIction. pyramid of flowers, Mrs E H Al
len, Cale millinery, Mrs Lake k Wileoi. Cardboard
brackcU, Boas Warien. Foot real, Mrs M Weeka.
Cana nulnce and tomato. Mra 0 If Vtllcoi. Cans
etirranis and plno apple sauce, Mra Cheeler Brlftgi.
tvneat nrrau and rolls, sire re L Hieison in, name
Farniworth 3d. Gold, allrer and cream cakes, Vira
Firnaworth lit. Currant I'll. Nettle Chase. Cider
Jell, V A Bylrealcr, Hrni' eggs, i W Stancllft.
Feather wreath. Nettle Chase lit. Carrie ltiddell Id,
Family record, Mra Elwlu II Stetson, l'rinceia point
lace, jriora u jrnuer.
GUB10B1T1ES iRD BILICS.
Collection of ecsi. Stetson h Jonea. Foot ntais and
1 , . I - . 1 , - , t. 1, , . ,1.1 , ,1 ., f..,)...,!
esndle stand, E tl Allen. Strawberry blossom, P B
eamea. Hnara a nacaDone ana collection aeaiDciis,
W A Faulkner. Petrified mois, Mra E B Allen. Lire
owl, Jcaio Thompson.
From the Mmlcat Critic and Trade Bevlew.
Tho llurilott-Kstcy Organ Case.
Xf'H unit Mlurlllns; llrt filiations.
citAitriEs of rr.AL'ii anu coni.L'moN and
I1LACKMAIL AIH1EST OF IIILET f)UItDETTfi
TAIlTMEn AND MANAOEH IN THE CASE HIS
INDICTMENT II V THE (IRANI) JURY IN JAIL
Ever since the deciiion in thia famoua caae, we have
been trying to get at the in aide history of the affair,
ao that we might place the true anlmna before our
readeri. The recent abounding revelations at Brat
tleboro, Vt., coucunlDg ihe stealing of the First Na
tional Bauk of that town by Ha prciident, hla flight
and hli arrest, have come at a time when we have
about concluded our intcitlgations, and afford us an
opportunity of esposlng tho wholo matter. This we
roposc to do in Beetles of articles which we commend
lo the conilderaliou of the trade.
IntblB, the flret article, we shstl merely oclllne
some of the principal fcaturca of the case, and give
an account of affaire as they now Bland with Silaa M.
waits, the Brattltboro Lank robber.
Before wo have finished thia scries of articles, we
expect to expose such a tram of corruption as has not
been brought Into public light In many a day.
Sllaa M. w altc absconded last June, having di falrat-
ed in the r lauage ment of the Brattle boro 1 ank to the
attntof about half a million of dollars. UnlHTitee-
dsy. Si ft. Slit, when he was arrcaled In Omaha, Neb.,
al the bouio of Mb brother-in-law, Truman Buck, by
Special Detective W. II. Shields, IVelte had succeeded
n eoreri tig Lis tracks so well that no auiplclon of hla
whereabouta was entertained, exrei t by a few of the
blood hounds of the law, the popular supposition Lo
ng lhat he had lied to Eure pe.
Walte was brought back to Brattltboro on Friday
mjrulng, Sept.Ilth. Hereturuedaaacriminalunder
the United Statce laws, and will undoubtedly Le tried
In the United Utile court. lie freely admitted to the
dctecllTrs on bis way eat-t tbst he took the money
from the bank, but profened s determlnstlon to mske
a etout fight sgslnBt conviction, on the ground that he
never applied a dollar of the money for hla own bene
fit. Thlalaanataurdilia. He eald that the first
money he took waa I29.00O, which he gave bis brother
to eatabliBh a coal-yatd in Chicago, frtm which Le es
pected a return of ISpercent.perannum. Thegreat
fire wiped thia out, however, and the inveatment wbb
atotalltiBi. He also claimed to have furnlihed the
money for the Burdett organ works, and lo have aunk
hole half million iu waya similar to theee. He
profe-eeed to Lave taken only (600 aw ay with him. The
detectitea BBy that large lumi of money were tele
graphed blm, and It la known that he purcbssed a cat.
tie ranch during Lll etay in the west, where it li prob
able be expected to remalu for the real of bis life,
thinking that no decided effort would be made to rap,
It will be remembered that in the trial of the Bur
dett patent caee, the defendant waa able to make a
complete aniwer to ettry claim of Infringement of
the patent ; it waa so admitted by Burdett, hla coun
sel, and by experts, and this waa only gainsaid or de
nied by a acheme concocted ty Burdett, or, more likely,
by hla partner and lutimate friend, bilaa M. Walte, the
bank forger, when the Idea wbb hit uin of charging
the defendanta with Icrilng the exhllit and the testi
mony with which they (the defendant?) sxpected to
meet this cale.
It ia charged by the evidence that Iranepirrd upon
the trial that cue Mcica O. NicLole, who Lad already
testified once in fator of the defendanta, had after
warda atlimited to Llaekmail one of tLe defendanta
to the tunc tf 21000, threatening that, in rase the
money waa not paid, be would go over to the plaintiff;
and, aa thiB defeodaut (Jacob Estey) did not black'
mall "worth a cent," Le (McLc.lt) at onrc went to Bur'
dett's iartner,the forger, Walte, who bought blm up,
and, with hla aid, roncocted and attempted to carry
out a Bchi me to ruin Estey.
These lartlee, scrtrdlug to the testimony In the
eai, irenrrd the f ihlblta on which r.itty depended
to win thiisalt. Theee exLillta were acnt to Burdttt's
lawyer lo New Yerk, on the plea that they were need
ed In taking tcetinxuy. aLd w Lite there were mutual
ed aud I related for Burdett'a Cendiih ichrae, to not
only itnlrch Estey, lut piejare the way for a piratical
att ack on tLe entile orrau trade. .
An examination tf the icstiiocu) Iu thia case ihowa
that SiUa M. Viaile LnLtd Motes O. Nichols, by the
payment of money in Biattleboro, t. ; that C, C
Converse, the rice reildtut tf tLe Burdett Organ Co,
met McholB at the Union Square Hotel, New kork,
paid L!b till, BLd also laid blm additional mtnet
and In the trial cf the case, the counsel for Burdett,
while etrongly admitting the complete aniwer of the
o rgata which had bceu put In evidence by the defe nd'
ant 8, lad limply this rtfly to make: Thai the d,
fendan U, tr their wtttelter, Lad ftrged tcceccxLll'
its, aud that, but for their forgery, the honeit Mr,
Waits and hla partuer, Mr. Berdclt, would it-cure
their Jait dun.
We Lav e here limply outlioed a single one cf the
many extraordinary poiuta in thia case, and In subse
quent srtlclcs ibsll go deeper into details.
COL, OJtnKXM'OOjrS MUIWEIl
MliS. ClREr-NWOODB 1ILTU11N HOME WHAT THE
MKIICAN 1'ArrJ.R 8AV A110UT TnK MCUUEn
TUE IfNERAL MVMOKIAL OK IT.OMINENT
Mrs. Gntuwood, wife of Col. Wm. II.
Grceuwooil, who was murdered by n party of
natives a few mU n ouUide tlio City of Mtxi
co ou the 'J'Jth of August last, arrived nt her
home lu Duuinurbtou last Saturday. Mrs.
Greenwood bring copiob of several Mexican
papers which ghe accounts of her huhband's
dtath. From one of these, the Two llepub
lies, tho ouly Cugh&h paper publuhcd m the
City of Mexico, wo copy tho following tx
It is our melancholy duty to announce the death of
one of our most worthy and useful American citixens,
Col. William II. Greenwood, a chief engineer cf high
repute, aud engaged In the surveys for railroad pur
poses In tbe employ cf the Sullivan and Palmer com-
paay, who was cn Sunday last murdered near Rio
IlonJo, on the public highway between Tlalnepantla
and this city. Mr. Greenwood was accompanied by
an assistant engineer aud a tenant. Upon arriring
at a barrattta about a mile trvux Ilia Hondo, h sepa
rated from his companions aud proceeded ahead of
them at an increased pace, with tho object of examin
ing that locality.
His companions caw him as he came from the lir-
ranrti and descended on tbe opposite aide of a hill
and waa lost sight of. They hasttued iu a gallop with
tbe view of Joln'og him, when lo a ahcrt time they
came upon his dead body lying Jn the road, perforated
by two bullets, ono through tbe brratt and left hand.
and another In the right band. Ills horse and arms
were missing, but his watch, money, and some Impor
tant papers, were untouched.
This unfortunate occurrence created a great sensa
tlon In the capital. President Din exhibited much
indignation when he was informed of tbe sad event
and Immediately ordered the entire police machluery
of the District to be put in action to apprehend and
punish tbe perpetrators of the audacious crime, lie
also directed telegraphic notices on the subject to be
sent to the goTtmors of the adjoining States, and to
the governor of the State of Mexico, where the crime
Mr Greenwood was a native of Marlboro, N.II.
and waa 48 years of age. He was a distinguished en
gineer, and a member of the American Society of En
gineers. He leaves a wife, who accompanied him to
this capital, for whom society entertains and has ex
pressed tbe warmest sympathy la ltsr bereavement
under such trying cfrcumsti;cei.
COLO NCI, CWIXNWOOD'S FUNERAL,
Of Col. Greeuwood'ti funeral, tho Cosmo
politau says ;
This mournful procession was attended by the
whole of the Americans and Englishmen, a largeuum-
ber of Germans and Frencbmec, and by very many
r the repreaentatlve Mexicans, who by this act wish
ed to protest against the crime, aa also to show tbelr
respect for the noble man science and society have
lost. His mortal remains rest In the American ceme
terya monument of Ihe dedication of a man of set
t-nce to the progress of Mexico a monument to a
man who died in tbe discbarge of his duty. Over 00
coaches formed tbe funeral cortege, and 160 person
followed In the sad procession. The pall-bearers were
Americans and Mexicans,
The above account gives nearly all that is
known of the circumstances of Col. Green
wood's murder. The project on which he
wus engaged was the construction of a rail
road from tho Oity of Mexico through to tho
Facino coiut an enterprise which ho waa
determined on pushing through within the
next five months. Ou tbe day of his mur-
der ho was riding in from camp 25 miles out
side the city, attended by his body servant,
and an assistant engineer with his servant
was also of tho party. Col, Greenwood, from
eomo causo not fully explained, became sop-
aratod from Ids companions, liut liad not
been out ot slglit more than 'JO minutes wlun
Lis dead body was discovered. '1 lio day w as
great feast day among too natives, and
many of tlietu bad been dritiklbp; heavily.
Tlireu men liavo bi-cn arre steel lor tlio crime
and their conviction was thought to ho well
assuriel when Mrs. Greenwood left tho citv
ono of Hie men having confessed to somo
knowledejo of tlio crime. Tho City of Mexi
co iopcrs all expressed tjreat abhorrence of
tho critno and demanded tha arrest and swift
punishment of tho criminals. Tho papers
wero also unanimous In expressing the high
esteem in which Col. Greenwood was held In
Deforo II rs. Greenwood left on her return
to this country sho was presented with a me
morial slgncel by forly leading Mexicans, res
idents of tho City ot Mexico, in which tho
deepest sympathy with Mrs. Greenwood in
her sorrow was expressed, coupled with an
earnest assurauco of their abhorrence of the
crimo which had plunged her in the deepest
mourning. This memorial begs Mrs. Green
wood not to extend the stain of her husband's
untimely death to Mexican society, "for,"
tueso gentlemen say, "wo all condemn it Willi
the energy of honest hearts that appreciate a
uoble'uian," Tbo memorial closes as follows i
When you return to your lonely Lome, tell Ihoie
whowlllcomelomournwith you Ibst ifMexico.si
sll the other nslions of the earth, nnfortunstely Lbb
her crimlnala, ahe baa also honest hearts tbst repel
tbero, snd sutboritles to prosecute them; tell your
frienda tbst if there ere Tile men la our society, aa
there are In sll humsn socletleB, there sre sIbo thous
snda of soula that worsLlp the good snd see a brother
In every worthy man. Aud tell them, too, that
amongst ua not a alugle tear of the widow or the or
phan falla to find a friendly band extended to wipe it
NEW YOIIK. Or 1. 12. Flmir-Mirkct If act it-tirr.
ftnd prfcfs pentr-vlay witbeut In port ot change, with
a uodtrtte ripott tnd light Jotblng tride tJcmind;
luptrflne Western inJ Bute alS3?0atl0; good to
ctioleecxtra TV cite rn iod fctttt, 4 T(&6 W; wtlte wbtat
ixntrn tiui ii i iuu bo; commou 10 cncice extra
Ht.Loulttt 4 601625, pitcnt illciifpoti, cbolcn to
double extra, at 7 I0aS 25. Lett No. 3 Milwaukee
at fl 07; No. 3 winter red, 1 13al lVt iteatoer No. 3
do, lOQaim; No. 3 wblte. 1 13. liye, f 1 OOal 01 ;
No. 1 at 1 00. liirley dull. Corn Un graded, 64k aJ5 ;
No-Satse.'. Oats No. 2 at 39c; No. 3 wblte at 40
and 41 I -2c; mixed wrttero. 88 12i40c; wblte wcit
em. 40a44e. Hotter dnll: State lFia30c! western at
16a29c. Cbeete unchanged; Mate, 103-4a3c; half
l.lLul, V 1-Z11U 1-dC.
CHICAGO, Oct. 12. Wheat No. 2 C'Lirago erring,
OA 5-8e taab. Oats 29 3-4a30c. caih. 11 je. 83 1-2 c.
Uarlej, 77c eaab, I'ork, IB 00.
BT. LOUIB. Oct. 12. Wheat No. 2 red fall at 09c.
Corn Heady at SO 3-839 1-2. Oata dull at 29 3-8. llje
ami a i tuc.
I! oat on Wool .Tlurket.
Tbe wool marlcct rematna rreclsclr the tame as for
some weeks rast. Manufacturers are purchasing for
tbe most part only for present wants, and holders are
Dbi utspostu to 1 rt es isles. iuiiidwoois are steady
and firm, and tbe tetter grades are In fair demand.
1 he sales of washed fleeces Include Ohio and I'mntYl-
Tacla X and XX at 44 l-2i43 : "XX and aboTe and XXX
at 4G47c. and Mlcbteau and ttiscens n X at 39 l-2ii0c.
and holders are firm at these prices. Choice Earirn
and Maine ropers tt 4BaC0c. and oood X at 40a40 l2e.
In foreign wool tbe moTcmtnt has not been of any
lVtttrrfonn I'olon 1.1 e It lock Tfurkrt
TciiDiT, Oct. 12, 1880.
Market BefChoice. ST S0a7 75! ntn. flLOaOSO
first quality, S OOaS 73 ; second quality, 4 tOa I 76 ; third
quality. 3 76s4 W.
(S. 11. Choice Includes nothing but stall-ftd 1100
to 1400 lb. bullocks. Extra and first quality include
the best fat oxen. Second and third quality include
oxen and two and three yiar old steer.
more Lame vt oraing oxen, per r air, irem xuo to
ICO. Milch Cows and Cakes, 20, 3Sa4S, Farrcw cows,
10a37. Fancy cows, C0a60, Yearlings, TaH ; 2 years
Swine Western lat, lite, at fl 3-4i.ee jer lb. North
cm dreesed hoes. 7c.
Sheep snd Lamls In Ms, $3 00, 4 t0a5 CO each;
4 3-4 a S 3.4c.
Vtal Calv s, 2afic per lb.
Country Hides. 7a7 l-2c rtr lb. CouMrr Tallow.
3 3-iilc. Pelts, 7Sc and 1.00 eaeb. Calf fckins, llaltc
Cattle Nearly 800 head cf Northern cattle, with
ocuneaaci Mttern. a quick trsde noiiced on north
ern and what few of tbe Western were cn rale. Seve
ral country drovers had double their usual number.
U P IWlard sold 12 3-sear-old steers, drees TSO lbs., at
7e. per pound, raited by George Morrlscu of Rock In p.
hsm, Vt , a nice bunch; 7 coarie Bteere, dress 700
iu , ii j j.c rer ponna.
Xrvt York Atock and nosier TlurkrC.
NEW 70RK, Oit, 12. Monfy5a6percent.cn call.
V. S. Ck, 1661. ...coupon 104 3-8
do. new &s 102 3-4
do. new 4 1.2s 109 7-8
uo. new is J09
Xlrttttlrhoro I'licee Current.
.'Ob 75 Hides, lb
85 a 40 Calfskins
1 75 a 3(0 Pork, dressed
22 a 25 Beef
13 a 14 Motton.llvewelght
Beans 175 a 3(0 Pork, dressed 6a7
Butter, lb 22 a 25 Beef 6C
Cheese 13 a 14 Motton.llvewelght 4a5
EfTgs, dox 0 Lamb, ' 4a6
Maple sugar, tub 7a 0 Val, 44 4 aB
do. cake, 6 a 10 Turkeys, drtssed 15 a 18
iu a i
1 (0 Teas Jaian, lb
45 a CO Oolong
25 a 30 You D n Uyson
15 a 18 Boiled Oil, gal
22 Raw do.
45 a 70 Kerosene
40 a 90
40 a 1 00
18 a SO
CO a 1 20 Turpentine
10 a 12 Hay, ton
8 a 12 Wood
CO Flour, bbl
12 00 a 13 CO
i CO a 5 CO
i 00 a 9 00
Rait, T I, bu
Meal, per hundred,
135 Rye meal
f5 Cotton Seed meal
0 Provender, 1 40
75 Middlings 1 25 a 1 85
l '23 Graham meal, per lb
In BrattleLoro, Oct. li, a dancl-tcr lo Mr. and Mrs,
r. K. VibHr.
In Brattltboro. Oct. 8. a dancbtcr to Mr. and Mra
. L. I-arler.
In Writ Ilrattlstoro, Oct. 7, a ton to Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver n. Carrrnter.
In MerldsD, Conn.t Oct. 10, a daughter to Cbas. M.
snd lids n 0. Whltmorr. fcrmcrlr of Ur.lllrboro.
In Dummenloc, Oct. 11, a dsugbter to Mr. snd
Mrs. w. J. liar.
In Kewfanr, Oct. 7, a daughter to John and Luna
In Ke.fant, Oct. 8, a son to Mr. snd Mrs. Wm. I,
In reru, Wm. J. Cudworth of South Londonderry
mu Alice Ldm xoane oi iooaii.
In North Dana, Sept. 20, by Banlel Stone, Eiq,
Chas. D. Seelv c f Halifax and Marv R. Cutter.
In Falrbaven, Sept. 30, Albyn l. Atwocd cf Brat
iieDoro anu ueua t. ieu or tairnairn.
Tn nBnri SYot t li..- X.' tt.ll t t ... at Hn.
In Bernardston, Mass., Oct, 12, Bryant S. Burrows,
In Stratton, Oct. II, Widow Jane Grout, aged 56.
In Pummeraton. Oct. 4. David Knicht. saed 74.
In Brook line, Oct. 11, Clifford Henry, son of U
it ngui: aim aiary hubs, agea a monins.
In Guilford, Oct. 10, Mrs. Nehemlah Andrews.
f ANTED A S1IAU. TENEMENT.
Iss Ctery Mtyle, by
The American Shoe Tip Co
A., I?. Oo.
That is now ao extensively worn on
TO WEAK AS LONU AS THE METAL,
Which waa Introdnced by them, and by which the
above amount baa been saved to parents annually.
This II luck Tli will auto Mill more, as be
sides being worn on tbe coarser grades It la worn on
line ana coesiy snoes wnere the Metal Tip on ac
count of its looks would not be used.
They all bate our Trade Mark A H. X. Co,
stamped on front of Tip.
Parents Bbould ANU l'OU MIEOEM with tbli
BEAUTIFUL BLACK TIP
on them when itarebasiog for tbelr children.
7?AT, NICELY-DItESSED FOULTKY,
JL from Mondar till Thursday of each week, fine
cial arrangements for taking In holiday poultry, Also
chest nits at their merkit alne, and a few car-loads of
goou winter appics, in uarreia or wunoui,
41tf 0. 1. MINER.
T EOAIi ULANKB, of alt ordinary forms
a-j lor saie at nui omce,
Useful Articles and AkIi. Cirralar for Sc.
htamp. Lomdom hxtDLxCo. SflifA .tr.,-V,l'
1TTXPECT1NO tbatmrstrawberrr field will
Jli my time for a few years, I offer for rent one of
he most pleasant aud convenient stores in the county.
Ind not only la it a rl-aant sit nation, but to a man of
the right stamp a fine class tf ready-pay customers
are assured. Will sell my goods to whoever I rent to,
If tbey so desire; or, If the store Is not rented soon,
to close out before next summer, I offer for sale my
large and varied tock of goods at from 1 to 23 per
cent, below my uuat selling prlce Come ODe, cme
an, ana see me nargains l nave tooucr in urcis uoour,
lists and Caps, Clothlnif, Crockery, etc., ete.
Also, for sale this fall and next spring, a quantity of
the celebrated "Crescent Seedling" strawberry plants,
fine, strong roots, at one dollar a hundred. 'Ibis Is
one of tbe most prodigious bearers we have.
A, It. I JEUtK.
West Townshtm), Vt., Oct. IS, 1S80.
Men of energy, men of self-reliance, men willing to
work, men who want to make money, to sell my books
this fall and winter. Men from 20 to 40 years of aae,
with the abore qualifications, will be paid a large sala
ry after a short trial, and be promoted to tbe charge
of men as soon aa competent to act as msnsgers.
Give age, experience In business, and send this.
j, uuL,L,nu, epnngneiu, aiass.
Will be sold at nubile auction on the premises la
Cbesterfleld, 24. Ii., Wednesday, Oct. SO, 1880, at 9
0 cjocs, ioarp, my larm, anown aa tne uiirer Hastings
farm. Said farm la 2 1-2 mile north of Brattleboro,
Vt., and contains 60 acres of land 30 acres of choice
plow land, and tbe rest mostly wood and timber. Net
er falling running water at house and barn. Also 1
cow (coming In), fl yearling steers, 1 yearling heifer,
1 heifer calf, 1 good work horse 10 years old, a quan
tity of hay and grain, farming tools, and household
articles loo numerous to mention. Terms made
anown at time or eaie. THOMAS BUM N Ml.
S. N. Ubbbick, Auctioneer.
FALL AND WINTER
NOW IN STOCK,
iff STYLE 0VIU,
ULSTERS AM) ULSTEKETTS,
Dress & Business Suits
FOR MEN AND YOUTHS.
FINE AND 8GH00L SUITS, FOR BOYS
A Fine Atwortment of
AND M.I. KINDS OF
TRUNKS AND BAGS.
Wo aro offering ninny kinds of
goods nt tno cost ol man
ufacture. Ml Cliii!
A Large and Fine Slock of
FOREIGN k AMERICAN
For yarmciitti made to measure,
which ice Invite all in want of fine
clothing to calf and examine.
F1TT, WMGHT & CO.,
i mill 3 Granltv Illuth,
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
Illlbor'a Cort-Uter Oil uuri Uuie.
The adrantage of thia compound over the plain Oit Is,
that tbe nauseatlne taste of the Oil is entirely remov
ed, and the whole rendered palatable. The offensive
taste of the Oil has lone acted aa a Great objection to
us use; uui in mis iorm mu irouoie is entirety onvi
atsd, A host tf certificate a mioht be clven here to tes
tify to the excellence- aud success uf Willot CoJ-Lirrr
Otf .iiid Lime; but thr fact that it Is prescribed by tbe
mruirii iicuiiy is ecmeieni, noid ny a. u. ILDOB,
ijucBiiki, uubhuu, idu ftii uruggms, -3
BONDS FOR SALE.
I do not hesitate to advito tbe holders of govern
ment bonds to sell them at tho present market price,
capitalize the premium, and Invest the proceed a In
tbe six per cent, bonds which I offer. Address
SIDNEY W. EOW ELL.
Rutland. Vt., Bept. 2., 1839. 40 62
WINDOW CORNICES I
Now is tbe time to have them made to order.
Now Stylos, & Prices to Suit!
rn riles from out of town can have them made.
IMcturc jVranicMlVtrlua;era Ilialrril
E. N. DAVIS,
mi Harmony Block, Brattleboro, Vt,
The auuual nuetluc cf tbe numbers ct tbe Ver
mont Mutual Fire Insurance Company will be held at
their efflce on tbe iOtu day of October, A. D. 1880,
at 1 o'clock p. tu., for tbe choice of Director. and tbe
transaction of otber Luslnrss thought proper when
met, uy orucr oi me ui rectors.
JAMES T. BAB IN, Secretary.
ju.ompci.tr, aepiemoer isi, jecu, oo-tz
NOTICE. The undersigned baviDg been
appointed by the Court of Insolvency assignee!
of the esUte of H. M. Walte, all persona Indebted to
sam estate must ray tne same to us.
E. L. WATEIIMAN,
Sept. 1, 1830. M39
rillllS IS TO CEllTIFy that I Lave civen
X to my aon, Gilbert II. Smith, his time, and liber
ty to transact business for himself during his minor
Ity. I shall claim none of his earnlogs nor pay any
1. II. SMITH.
Brattleboro, Vt., Sept. 15, 1680. iO-42
T 00MS TO LET The rooms recently oc
v capiea uy ura. h taiuerneaa.
(M3 HTEEN U WILXIM8.
STATK OF VEltnO.1T, Marlboio F8.
The Probate Court of ssld District
'lo all nersnns Interested In tbe Estate tf M. II
OBEENOOD, late of Bummerston, In tald District,
W htrp&. Kvalinn flreenwood has nre se tied to
this court an Instrument purporting to be the last
ui oi said deceased, ror pronaie: xon are uereoy
notified that this court will decide upon the probate
cf ssld instrument at tbe session thereof to be held al
the Probate Olnco in llrattleboro, in said district, on
tbe last Saturday of October. A. I). 1880, when and
wbere you may appear and contest the same, If yea
42 E.W. STODDARD, ReRltter.
STATE or VElt.MOXT, Marlboro fh.
The r-robate Court for Slid Dim it t.
To ill rorantia Intrrested in the estsle tt Jf.l.M
CAUPEN'iLH, lateof Oullford,deceased, QretllLf.
Whereas, Amos Thurber has presented to tbia
Court an Instrument purporting to be tbe Issl
Will of said deceased, for probate: Ton are hereby
notified that this Court will decide upon tbe probste cf
said Instrument at the session thereof to be held at
tbeProbateOfllceln Brattleboro, In salddlslrict.ontbe
last Saturday (f October, A, V. 1880, when and where
you may appearand contest tbe same If you see caoe.
STATK Oft' VEII.1IO.1Tt Marlboro SS.
Tbe Probate Court for tald Dlstrirt.
To all persona interested In the estate of JOHN b.
WHITNEY, lateof Marlboro In said District, deceas.
You are hereby notified that this Court will decide
upon tbe application of Hannah Whitney, widow of
ssld deceased, for the assignment tf Personal Proi
erty from raid Estate, at tbe session thereof to be held
at the Probate Olnco in Brattleboro, on tbe last Satur
day of October, A. D. 1830, when and where jou rosy
be beard In the premlev, If you see cause.
j e, biuujJAiiJJ, negisier.
OTali: OF VEIl.TIOXT, Marlboro SS.
yj The Probate Court for tald District.
To all tersons Interested In the Estate cf GEORGE
C. TUCKER, late of Uallfsx In said District, decessed,
You are hereby notified that Cynlbia I Tucker, ad
ministratrix upon tbe estate of said deceased, has pre
sented to this court a petition praying for license to
reil the whole of tbe real estate of raid deceased situ
ated In said Halifax, and also has filed what purports
tn be tbe consent of all the heirs residing in this state
to such sale, and that this court Kin decide upon rata
p i'U tlon at a seeMon thereof to be held at the Probate
Office In Brattleboro, In said District, cn tbe Wet Sst
nrdsycf October, A, D. 1680, when snd where yon
may appear and be heard In the premises, If you see
42 E. W. STODDARD, Register.
STATE OP VKIinOXT, Marlboro SS.
The l'robate Court for said District.
j an pi-rsons interested in tne tfiaie oi uijak. a
FIELD, lateof Draltleboro In said District, deceased,
crrtai, .times m. jjirr nas presentea to iuib
durt an tcetrument purjrrtlcg to bo the last
will cf laid d(citB(d, for jrttate: Ycu are httily
I ttlfWd that Ibis Court will decide upon tie pn Isle
I I tald inelicmett at the screioutherfcf to br hi Id at
tbe probate tfiicc in Ilrattliboio in laid District cn
tbe last baturdsy of October, A, D. 1S80, when aLd
wbire jou msy sjpear and conteit Ihe taise.tif jen
41 E. W. HTODDAHD, Beglslcr.
STATE OF VIItMOIT, Marlboro 88.
The l'robate Court for said District.
'lo tlprrsons Interested lu tho Estate of MARSHALL
MILLER, late of Nenfane, in said District, deceaa
id, O net lug.
You aro hereby notified that this Court will dfdde
opon the allowance of tbe account of SAMUEL 1.
MILLEH, execntor of tbe last Will cf said dtceaaed,
and decree distribution thereof to the persons tn-
utitd, at tne session tnertoi to ueneiaatinerrcuaie
Office In Urattluboro, on tbe last Hatorday of Octo
ber, A. D. 1880, when and where yon may be heard In
the premise, if you see cause.
42 Ji. n. bxvuuAiiu, uegisier.
MTATE Ot" VKIIJIObIT, Marlboro, 88.
O l'robate Court for Bald DUtrltt.
To all perrons interested In the Estate of S YL VA
IN UH It. HOEL, late of Dummcrston In said District, de
xou are nereDy noiiQea mat tnia uonri win aeaas
upon the application of MART A. ROIL, widow of
said d ceased, for the assignment of Personal Proper-
ty irom said r.uste, at tne session tncreor to vt neia
on the latt Baturdsy of October, A. D. 1880, when and
wuercjou may te tesrd in tne premises, ii yon sea
11 E. W.. STODDARD, Register.
OTAXK O VIinO.X. Marlboro, SS,
O The l'robate Court for said District.
join perrons interested mine estate oi uauuulx
F. ELMER, Ute of Brattleboro, decessed, Graft
ing. ttbtrtas II. W.CLAREEhaapits.hleilto ILUCtuit
cn ItitrcixtLt furiirtlog to Le the last Will cf said
derisred, Icr prlate: tnate tftcty notiCtd tlat
this Conit ihdecideupcntieirclateol taidlLstiu
me Lt at ILe icit-itn thereof to tt Leid at the Probate
Ofbtein Drattlilcro, in laid Dietrict.cn Ibel&it feat
uidty tf Ottcler, A.D.lt80,benandhuecu msy
aipiar and ctntcst the same, if you see cause.
41 E. W. ISTODDARD, RegUter.
STATE OF VEll.-UOXX, Marlboro 88.
The Probate Court for Bald District.
TitallierconsiLtrusttd iu the EataU of JAMES
1T.OST, kte cf Drattlebcro, dtreaeed, G ret ting.
,m are hereby notified that Eugene Frost, admin
istrator ufon tbe i stale cf eaid dice sstd, has present
cd to thU Ccnit aittitlcn pta)lcgfor license to sell
tbe whole cf tbe real telatc i.f laid dictated, and
alto Las filed wtat luricrta to le tbe ctLsent of all
tbe Lelis residing in this State to such sale, aLd that
this Ceurt will decide urtn laid petitkn at a senion
thtrecf to le held at tbe Prelate Office In Brattleboro,
in is id district, on ILelaM Satuidsy cf October, A.D.
IctO, whin aid w hi re you maj i) pear and be heard
in therrimiFts, If you fe e'eaufe.
41 E. W. STODDAED, Register.
TATE OF VKHJIOST, Marlboro SB.
O The Prolate Court for said District.
To all persons Intereited in tbe Estate of LEU IB
8M1TU, late of Newfant, in caid District, deceased,
Yuu are hereby tr tified that Ilolland Plimpton,
Administrator upon raid Estate, has made application
to this Court for an eitindoii of the time heretofore
limited for difposlng cf said tstate and paying the
debts of said deceased, and that tblscourt will decide
upon tald sppllraticn at a seision thereof to be held
at tbe Probate Office In Brattltboro, In said district,
cu tbe last Saturday of OctcLer, A. D. 1880, when and
where you may appear and be heard In the premlres,
if jou ere cause.
41 E. W. STODDARD, Itcglsler.
STATE OF VEltMOXT.MarlbcroSS.
Ihe Probate Court for said DUlrL-t.
To all persons interested In tbe Estate of ELVIRA
HASKINH, late of Wardsboro, in aald district, de
You arc hereby notified that thia Court will decide
ni-on the allowance of the account cf A.J. Dexter,
Administrator npon said Estate, and decree distri
bution thereof to tbe persons entitled, at the session
thereof to be held at the Prolate Office In Brattleboro
on the labt baturday of October, A. D. 1880, when
and where you msy be heard In the prcmires.if yon
41 E. W. STODDARD, Register.
STATE OF VEltttOXT, Marlboro, SS,
The Probate Court for said District.
Tosllpcrsrna Interested In tbe estate of CTBCB
1 EM TLE, late cf ttbitinbam, In said district, de
You sre hereby nctifitdtfcat this Court will decide
upon tbe application of Mary J. Temple, widow
of said dt tested, for the assignment of personal prop
erly from faid EMatc, at the session thereof to be
beld at the Prolate Office In Brattleboro on tbe last
baturdsy cf Octcler, A. D. 1MO, when and where
you may be beard In tbe premises, If you see cause.
41 E. W. STODDARD, Register.
STATE OF VEItnOX T, Marlboro, 68.
The Probate Court for said District.
To all persona Interested in the Estate of ANDREW
B.MEDBURY.lateofWllmincton, deceased, Greeting.
Whereas O. E. BUTTERFJELDhas presented to thia
Court au instrument purporting to be tbe last Will
of said deceased, for prolate: Ycu are hereby noti
fied that this Court will decide upon the probate cf
said Instrument at the session thereof to be held at
the Prolate Office in Brattleboro. In Bald District, on
tfcelatt Saturday of Octolw r, A.D.I 880, when and where
3 on may ar pear and font est the same.if yon aee csnie.
41 E. W. STODDARD, Register.
Iron and Steel.
Bar Iron, Cast Steel, Xorway Shapes and Rods, Steel
Tire. Corking Steel, Mrfgla Sboe Strel, and ev
erf thing in the line at
C, F. THOMPSON tt CO.'S.
A full Btoclc, very low. at
a F. THOMPSON k CO.'S.
Very Choice Coffees and Teas,
AND FINE GltOCEUIES.
We offer , aparlal tannin In COtGATK'H
MA1. 10 large cakra New Boap (or tl. Thia la
THE BEST I'amllj Bcap in tbe market.
C. F. TllOMrSON Ii CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
A fall supply of Pure White Lead, Miiurj'a Rail,
roat Colora, Haw and lloiled LlnBeed Oil, Japan. Tur
pentine, together lth a large assortment of Colors,
llruabea, etc, all at very lowest prlcea.
C. r. TIIOMFSON k CO.
Horse Shoes & Nails,
RARPS AND PILES, H0BAX, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
AXLES AND bl'IUNOB, WHEELS, UIUS AMD
SPOKES, at the old stand.
C. F. THOMPSON & CO.
Lime and Cement,
Fresh snd of best Quality, for Bale hj
C. F. THOMPSON Ii CO.
WILL PAT FOR THE WEEKLY
From October 1 to January 1.
Send for It and get all the News of the Presidential
Campaign and tk. Truth abootit.
AGENTS WANTED SSSVSSS'rStJ&
tlmr Dltachlnr ever invent!. Wilt knit a pair of
stiKLlntca, with 11E12L and TO 12 complete, la
20 minutes. It will aiwi knit a threat variety of laucy
orkforv.hUhtherela alwava a ready market. Send
for rirnilar and terms u the Twoinbly ICnlttlnv
Al achlne Co.. M Waahlnton a,., IUmUm, Usm.