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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, AND RECORD AND FARMER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1884.
muster Gonci-iil Me (rem hU 1'IotUU tlnti. lion. Mrs. Id nlo He lit mine fsucy work, unit olljir people contributed easb. Tito golil benilcil rniif furitinbtit liy Ool. Hooker in be glvdi hy voln lo the moot popular iihr' KMsnin lon, was nmtdul to Dr. I). l. Wtlwlir, who reoeivitl Co:, 0( tin la.1l Totei Ht, Dr. llnico slKtidliiK wcotul on the list. 'J lit- nuiomit Ibm renllzoil Irom tbe can whs 12:i 40. Of tbe r.rtlcln disposed of by inktl, llio t-llk btdijiilll wan won by Qar, Holbrook, Ibo aim- bpjquilt by Mm. Morris llnjle, Ibo double Irish (hlln quilt by Mrs, Tootney, it voltet palette by JI, Hooker, it brum plRcq'ie by K. h. ltlldretb, n oarrlsR nfban by rt W. lllebardwin, kiiJ r child's l.oun-t by II V, llrooks. A Hub "IhorouRh. Imd" rooster, won on nn t lection bet and ipiilributed by J. 0. Cook, wm bid off by Mury Duvitie, mid Father Oiinnlnubnui s. ( iind a ladim' knit nklrt aud tablo spread. An eltRant fiO cent tupptr wiw furnished, with Ibe bod of alteudaucc, Tbo fair wax followed by n danco IbhIIdr from 10 to 1 oVIooV, the First regiment band furnishing luusio. Tbu receipts will r.ot over $S.V). inn iiEconii maicu at oak oiiovis iunoe, lUKRIHT, Nov. 11. rTcnell, 10 II) II) tl 11 1J u )J 10 7-101 Sloholp, A. S. 8 10 10 10 11 11 It u 10 12inl W.sliJ, 11 0 1J 8 11 10 11 10 10-104 Hal, 11 0 10 10 Oil 8 1J II 0-101 C"l'li. 10 0 1J 9 10 10 111 11 ti 8-lut TVEBDAV, NOV, 18. ribti, 10 11 n 11 10 11 13 11 0 11-108 fiwley, 10 10 11 U II 1 M 0 10 11101 Nlclids A, H., II I II I 10 10 13 11 11 8101 1-rrncli, lilt 8 9 7 10 11 10 It 11 m W.slfJ, 10 ' 7 13 11 11 10 10 10 II 99 A CiRn. 10 Mr. IQd Mm. n. M. Yin..!!, alan Mil Oeo. E, Ilaynesaud Kdwiril Hell, lw so al.lj look heir parts In the drama, "Dsrknesa ami lajlllit," rerenlljr put upoo the tioarila for the benefit ut Ibe Yi llralDston cornet band,we would return our sincere ami heartfelt tbanit. MtMBtnt or Tin Hami. Mmm or"? . . ' Me" ,bl week before ,h8 tnow lu'm- '1 km : .?..?.'',,.. ??!M T;'! I from the trees this week. fTho I'L (GDil AO' tl..rimmiYolT kDOWedR ibo teotlllt Of A Mtot of tbfs fcouaeliold, aud none knew blm bat lo reanett blm, ttigar. En. . . w ...... ,u( t,, ,(u,g. lOVJi aiiLi wa aou or Joihua ami Ljrtla (Farr) Tyler, tils mother died the dy or bis blrlb. He liTrd with bis grandmother l'arr In Chuterlltld till he was 10 teara old, when be went to Unminrriton, VI., with, his fath er ami asalated hlra thrre In Ibe mercantile buelmaa until they removed III 1838 to Londonderry, where he continued In the ame ImslneM for eeveral years, He ae married, Dee. 38, 18J3, to Mary V. I'lak, who baa everbeena fjlthlul ami ir. r.iA,i. ebeettully ljrrlii( ber full ebaro of tbe burdrns of tbelr many yeara of toll. Of their two children. Oeo. i. uieuaiiueaneoriJyeara.wblle Harland D. haa, thouRh sorrly allllrtrd, been epared to. aid his seed parents, lu 18.18-6 Mr. Tyler represented Londonder ry and attended the exlra aesslju of the legislature ocrasbined liy tbo bilrnlog of the mala House. He succeeded Dr. Whiting, at town clerk ami treasurer, being tlrsl elected at a special tonn meeting Sept. 1st, .v.u, ...u us iirru ir.,rviru Bl OlsrCD meeting CTCry yearalnre. For 38 years tbe records of Londonderry near ine clean an.1 It iitb e Imnresa of his lnu,!. ll aa a msn or scbolariy tastes aud largo Information, ut wsa ao In ideal In Ills .) lit ,.., r... fully appreeiiled tbe extent of tbeee rare qoallties. ...un nrii, uiuro isiiumi io every trust, or mors noo eat In every act. He was kind to a fault, and bla tougne never ahodered a neighbor. This good man Is dead, and, though tbo world movea on, seemingly unheeding, tba name of nulght Tylr will long be remembered and cherlabed In this vicinity. The III health of hli wife b, epeaka the near approach of the hour when her spirit will Join tbatof her husband In the home of eternal rest. "With tbe falling of ties that blud to earth Comes tbe advent of hopes of heavenly birth j And a brighter spring's perennial bloom Uplifts the pall of the autumn tomb." Com. tWe learn that the death nr Mm. Tle innlr id. hl night about midnight. Her agu wai about 73 ears. i.u. I'UIENIX. Wral llrutllelMiro, The CotiKronational soolety has repairol nud Kreatly improved the parsouago. Mm. Frauk Itichtrdson haa made Impor lut additions lo her ivjtluo and otherwise improved it. Sidewrtlks are being added (o Ibo covered brids'x, which will nmko travel ovor tbe stream by p, rons on foot much plmeanter than here tofore especially nfter datk. The exercises closing tbe fall term at the mtuintiry will be as follows: Krldav, Nov. 31 Written examinations. Monday, Nov. vl Oral examinations, ami In the eveolng public rhetorical rxerclais at academy hall. Tuesday, Nov. 25 lleKrls of the term. IlelluHS Fall.. The Uulversallitu have their fair Deo. 4. Mr. and M's. H.r.itn KIuk'h "lllh wedding anniversary was tbe oomthlou of a pleasant sirprise visit Monday evening. H. M. Uedileld has vacated the etoro lu Alibeu's block nud it U boiug lilted up for the love, tin and hardware business of Miller, J'aton .t Allbev. The Forest wonl-n mills, owned by 11.8. S-tbin, Jr., were dee-troyd by a supposed in cendiary tiro early Vedueduy morning, i'bere was an insurance of Kl(K) on Block and machinery, but nono ou the buildings. Tba Dmoctals celebrated Cleveland's i lection Wednesday evetiitig iu a pelting etorm. CMntlirllg;riors. Miss Kate Mitard of Halloas Itiver will teach the winter term of school beginning Dec. Ut. Hsv. O. F. Chapin and Itev. Dr. Stevens ( Jiliai gul pulpits last tiunduy. Iliimmerston. George 11, Ulark of Davcnpurt, Iowa, (jive Doa. A. A. Duttou of this ton u few beans, called by some tbo tree bean, to plant iu bis gurd'U. He planttd them last spring in light soil nud took no epiclal csre to en rich or cultivate the ground where they were planted. The result Is a largo yield. From one beau he raised a stalk bavmg lbT pods containing T'.Ki beans. Another s'alk from a eingle beau hid 773 beaus. Next yiar he will endeavor to get u lluusaudfold as thi product of a single bean. P. r. M. nrufluti. That Sons of Temperance are not "mug wumps" greatly astonishes tbe voters who ex pected their aid through St. John. Ths new skating. rink is rapidly approach ing completion. Mrs. I Ti. Clarke has returned from a visit of several weeks in M li ltii, Conn. John Barrett is to teach ill Orwell the coming winter. There is gueral dUsatitfacllon over the new arrangement for arrival and departuro of mails, and it is hoped that another change may socu give us the old time-table. MUs Sarah V. Converse has been engaged to teach tbe higher department of tbe tblage hchcol foi the winter term. K Uullriirvl. H v. I M 'Ann, pastor of tbe Methodist church of Itrattleborn.will preach at H.,tbany Miis'on (Congregali mal cnurob) nxt Sun- el ly at J:il() p. M Ulve nun a lull nome. Preaching by nsighboriug ministers of vari ous denominations may be expected at the same hour on alterni'.e Sjudsya through tbo winter. Divine service will be held in Christ church next Sunday at .' :!() r. M. T. J-Mtllorv'H house wat dstroyd by fire last week Wednesdsv. while the family were goue to Drattleboro. Only a few of the contents were saved by tba neigbbors. In sured for ij.'di). The barn w.ts saved. (jiulirnril Cla-ntr. There will bo a tbanksgivingdanee at the town hall next Friday evening, with an oys ter supper iu tbo laiii-s' rooms. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Keilh of Worcester, Mass., are spending a few woeks at Herbert Jacoba s. James U Houghton of lirockton, Mass., is visiting in town. Next Sunday at !:S0 p. M. Kev. E. W. Wbitney will preach in tbe Universalistohurch. The sermon will he appropriate to Tbanks Riving. llallfux. Itev. 11. Eastman of Jacksonville will oiv an astronomical discourse at Iteadvlile next Sunday at 1 p. M. lVe.l Ilultrux. AsJtmos M. Niles was attempting to burn a brush hesp last Friday the tire gotoe youd hii oontrol and spread over about an acre of grouud and burned up five or six rods of fence. Two accidents occurred in this vicinity n few days ago, but esoepsd tile notice of jour "local" until too lite for publiotIou last week. Albert Dtv was at worK In tne wooers, and thinking ons of his oxen in dinger from lntr tried to stOD it with bis shoulder. ThA Ino holnu heavier thin he exDeetd. rolled ou to him, hurtitiR him considerably. Juel Divla, while Rt work for Stone Hrou., slipped and fell, and lu some way bit uis tongue near. ly off near tbe roots. Juckannvllle, I're siding Elder Cooper will preach at t be SI. U. church next bunuay ri a r. h. - Samuel Winn has lately lost a good cow hy being choked iu tbe stable. Putnam Tierce is at work npon ft house uhloh Kiinc in Johusou. formerly of that nlacti. now of Centrevllle. Drattleboro, Is building at West Uialtleboro. Stetson Brothers have rnede the present season 12IW barrels of cider, having worked up 12,000 bushels of epples. 8,000 of which wore for the Leonard ,t llogle apple jelly works, which have closed operations, and the remainder for customers in Ibis vicinity (leorge N. llrlggs had a contract with Dix J. Camp of East ltandolph for furnish ing apple seeds by a process introduced by Jlr. Camp for separating setu irom puuuiir. nnil lias nhtalnei 1 At tbe Htet6on Drotbern' mill (J8 bufihN of seed, wbiub might indicate tbo extent of tha Bpple crop lu tbla section, and hundred of LusbeJn have rotted upon tbe grouud for want of a market. Mr. O. II, Kbepardsou ba ft Zimmerman avunnFiilnr r.f fruit ilrwr wlllth be tft OperHt inn, with :i( traya and ft bleacher. Apple Is dried in three hours and 12 bushels are used a day, for which from 18 to 20 cents a bushel are paid. Toe ariea appie is very uiuh uu the community wish Mr. bueparason suocetw. Tbe election of Cleveland was celebrated last Tuesday evening by a torchlight procos biou, iilamiuationfl, tranBparenoleB, musio by tbe lteadsboro and Jacksonville bands. HtiPeclifR bv S. T. Davenport. Oeo. Porter uud P. Fouler, etc. Jamaica. H, 11, Stockwell, lato of tbe Jamaica Housp, will move iuto tbe Judge Wheeler bouse, reoently bought by Dr. IUy, board the doctor aud tako care of bis toams. We learn that tbe doctor intends to tit up tbe bouse so ns to receive patients who desire to find a piiftt borne for modloal treatment. II. A. Stockwell moved to West Brattle, boro Tut-Bday, Mrs. G.D.lUad and her youngest daugh ter, who have been West for some lime, re turned a few days ago, and wilt spend tbe winter here. Tbo Ward well mill, ou Judge Wheelor's lot, is expected to get iu about 1,500,000 feet of lumber this wiuter. Cttarrb li a oooitltutloDtil diaetse. llood'i Sana Vr.llaiicjDbMuUoDal remedy. It cures catarrh. (JUolt atrlil. No sale was made of tbe Hlinon Fisher farm ut tbe auction advertised for yexterday. Wai. II. Newtou of Oambrlde. N Y..aud Marshall I Newton of Delaware are lu town. -Snow enough on tbe crouud TharmUt to bring out Umt publld benefactor, Mr.iUrrett, wuu norHo ami Know-plow, At tbe W. O. T. U. mcetlbc at Mrs.New- ton's next Wednesday, plaus fur doing woik for n borne for frieudlens ebitdrtn will be n ordfr. Huiilli .fHfunf, -A( Lti Kfliey, an aued man. was doioc chores lu tbe barn of Mrs. Muudell, last Sat. urday, it is supported be full (torn a ladder, as he was found ut tbe foot of one in an almost uncouH(iius state, with one shoulder badly broken huu other Htero bruines ou his per- hon. lie can give i.o account uf tbe matter, aud remains in a bj in i conscious condition. lie is fttttuded by Dr. White. A-4 Deacon JohM'Ii Moron naswalklnsbv tbu side of tbe highway last week WeducH day, being r At her deaf bedi 1 not bear u fatt- couilijg team Iravil.n the bume way, but taking h huilileii turn to cro4 tbe road came iu eollUiun with the Ua:u and wa4 throw u down, lijth wbeel-i of the buggy passed over bim near bis aukles, doing no injury be yond cauoing ft lameuet of a few days. Ah tbe family of F. Wheeler, who reside on the farm of HarrUou Aldricb, were all aU aunt from borne a short lime ago, t-oino per son or persons drove a tram into the barn yard aud ftd it with hay taken from the burn aud thrown about iu the most lavish and wasteful manner, aud lint couttut with this proceeded to break into the bouse and give themselvis a big lunch ou pies aud other ed-ibbs. The house of CbarUs Limb wa-i discov ered to be on tire a few days ago, but the fire was tnutrlched before damage, byond the cost ot a few dollar', was doue. Cause de fective chimney. N. H. Ferry, who bai beeu absent sever al wetks on buMness, returned thU week Tuebday. Tbo church committ o have engagtd Itev. George N. Greene as i astor up to Apr 1 next. Puinfj. The school of district No. 1 of this vil lage closed lU fall term last week Friday, taught by the popular teacher, Mrs. Lucy W. As uicy. lbts is bersecoua term lu tbw uts trict this year. Wbola number of scholars, 40: average attendance, 14. Mr. J. K. Parker of Putney and Prof. W. It. Harding of Hatfield. Max . have erected a flue mouumeut of Q lincy grmite in the new cemetery. - He v. Wm. It. Ducan gave tbe fifth Uc- ture of tbe citizens course last Tuesday evuu. ing. Subject : "r rom Home to Jerusalem. Tbe lecturo was an account of his jouruty over lint route last year. Mr. Dugan has a flue descriptive talent and was both interest ing aud instructive, (specially m relating bis exp rience with the pople of tbe region be traersed, their mannors and customs, with a graphic account of tbe ruins of tbe colise um of ancif nt Home and tbe ruins of fctili more aucieut lUnlbic. He made out the Holy Land" anything but a desirable coun try to live iu. Tbo next lecture of the course will be given Tuehday evening, Deo. 2J, by Dr. .1. Draper of llrattleboro. Subject : "George tbe Third and Louis Fourteenth, and their influence on tbe American and Freuch Hevo lutious," w. ;il I'utni-y. The fall examiuitiou of teachers for the town of Putney will be held at the school room of district No. 7, East Putney, ou Sat urday, rtov. iiDtli. leal, commencing at nine o'clock a. m. promptly. The fall term of school in district No. 7, undtr Mibs Nellie M. Moore as ttacher, closed Nov. 7th. Mfs-i Moore proved a very accept able teacher, thorough aud qualified in all branches taught ; aud bt ing a teacher of ex P' Hence and a graduate of tbe normal school, llridgewater, Ms-,, her work was highly succr-Siful. TUh winter term will be under the charge of Mr. Eruest J. Powers of Dart mouth college, a toucher of expi rienoe who comes highty recommetuUd, His work will begin on Montlay, Dec. 1. Townibfindi Cba4. Cutler of D rook hue moved into J D. Itarbec's bouno ibm wtek, iutendiug to make this village bis home for the prrstut. A very interesting putlio meeliug was held by tbe W. O. T. U. Wedut-sday forenoon at Academy ball, a nuiuber of theNowfaue Uniou being present by Invitation. Tbe x ercises consisted of a Bible rending, sdect readiug and singing, together with a very in structive address ou "Eltineutary TisHues" by Mrs. Davidson of Niwfane. About 30 partook of tbe dinner, which wasaervidat tbe close of tbe exercises. Tbe Band of Hope will give a public en. tertaiumcnt at Academy ball, Saturday even ing of this weik. Sjugs, recitations, dia logues, a temperance comedy, etc., will be rendered. Tbe proceeds will be for purchas ing n temperance library. L-t all attend and encourage tbe work by a full house. lVoaimlnalnr. Itev. J. L. Sewall is spending tbanksglv. lug at Littleton, Mass. The selectmen bavo finished the now road up the depot bill. Sabin'a shoddy fuctory aud two small dwelling houses were buruod Wednesday morning. They were situated at wlitt is called the Forest on S litems river. YVM It I ml bum. The mutual improvement society wHl bold a public meeting in tbo school bouse In District No. 7t Nov. 28th at 7 r M. Bob ool In District No. 7 closed last FrU day, after a successful terra of eight weeks, taught by MIhs Mattie S. White, with an oral examination creditable alike to teacher and pupils. Thero was but on instance of tar diness during the term. CJrrenfl!t1, Muit, Two brothf n, Frank and John Hall, robbrd a lore it Ort'DiV! I Moiidy night, aud later wers ar rwted at Millers Fall, whither offlwra tracked them. They wpre taken to UreenOetd and lodned In Jail. When they were taken before a Juitice for examina tion Wedaeadar Frank Hall was taken violently 111 and died at A o'clock. He had taken foil on. The tnlerea are aald to have come from Hoiton, Xoritiflf'lil, Tluaa. Itev. Oeo. C. WrlRht, the new mlolaterof tbe Unl Mrtan chnrcb, haa brought bla bride home to the r-ar-tnnaKe. which baa been newly fitted and fitrulabed for their occupancy, -Tbe newt flotabed front ftable of tbe new atone recitation ball at Moody's Rlrla' seminary gava away lat Friday afternoon, carrying down two workmen who were aeverely brnUed, but escaped death aim out by a miracle. Tbe fault u In the architecture, lu aucfAient aurport being Rlt en the atonea of neve rat tnna weiht which had jut been place 1 aboT the cen tral arch. Tbe wall fell with a trrmendoua craib, fil ling the cellar with an enormiu mane of rnbblati which it will require two or tbna weeka to rfmove, Rlt or eerrti men had been at work In the cellar aud lelt only a little while before tbe craah cmie. lllnailalfi, ft, II, aurrosEi) SUICIDE OF MYRON THOMAS. Myron Thoraaa, on of Sereno Thomav of Ver non, la aanpoed to have commltlfd anlctde on Han day mornlug by drowning blmaelf lu tbe Connecticut river. He waa llrlng at tbe home uf bla brotbeMu law, Jamca Hlpgin. who went to church with bin wlfo lu the mornioij leaving tba young man al borne. On their return Myron wan mlawlnit, but a noto na found In which waa written, 'I aball Jump Into the rher at 2S mlnutea paet ten." A aearch waa lmmi-dl-ately made; ha was tracked to tbe CnrjUi-cllcut rlrer only a abort diatanco from the bouae, bla bat wai fouud on the rocka from which be probably leaped In to tbe water, but though diligent aearch baa been made up and down In tbla bcality tbo body ba not yet been recovered. Young Thomaa waa 19 yeara of age, had been inbject to fit of despondency at tirms, aud It bad been noticed that he waa uuunuitlly melau cbolyof late. Hebelonga to a family mine lut-mbere of whom hare been loaaue. Sent t net. Many are out of water. Halle ft Front are running 8 hours a day and will continue to doao (or the preaent. U. J. Amid.tu ti running foil time. Uualneaa la dull In our village on the nbule, but we hope for better Unite. C. E. Ituaeell la opening a new grocery at.irc In tbe rink building. O. E. Keyou baa opened a new dry gooda atore In Htebhtua'e block, and tbe Mlaea Mann bave ladlea' goods for aale In Mm.Dituliam'e bouae on Mala atreet. We are to bave a new bUckamltb from CheeterfleU in M. H. Leach'a ahop, We eee by the papers that wo are to bave a new Trcaident In the ppring, lhat will be aa aocu aa we aball want that kind, but we hope fur tbe Wat. p. FIIiiutl0 A III ICS TR IK The IVeatmlnalrr Veat Incrnilltar llla cotered In Ibe lenun of Jubnuy Coo an t. HE IS iRItEHTED, CONFESS EH AND OOES TO NEW FANE JAIL. The people of West ml titter West breathe more freely than they hive before for months since the arrcnt on Tuesday of the person who Is In-Hot ed to have canted m many deetructlve tirt-s therein thenpaceof a year. On the night of the 50th of last November the large iheep barns f (ieo. Camp betl'H .ont were burned with 7i bHnled sheep and their olh'-r valuable contents. Indicting a lots tit 110,000. Dunne the winter the tarn nf P. DrisMni' was burned with live stock and other content. After thlt the hou hi- and turn of Matthew (iorh im in the north part of the town, three or four miles distant, were tmrned At midnight on Thursday, Oct. 8, 1). C. lorham'a fuiir large turns and ahedt were burned with all I heir content, can. tig a lost of I'lOOO Ten daya later (leu. C. ilariowM farm barns were burned, and on Nov. 6, lesa vhiu three weeks afterwaid, hit bouse, horte barn, etc., were burucd,a clean sweep being made of hi buildings. This made the Oflh Incendiary nre Inside uf ajear, aud the total loss lullicttd Has estimated at $25, tOiJ. Of these flres all but the two laht occurred in the dead of the night; the Harlow nres tooL place at 10 or 11 o'clock lu the forenoon. It need not be said that It became evident that a deadly flrobuj; was at work, and that there mas a ulI eraal htate of amlety and alarm among the residents of this utuallv quiet parlab, .uaplciou early Died on twn or three pennons, but more especially ou dohnny Cooiubn, a voung man nf SS or 3T yiara, much below the average Iu Intellect.but tdirewd and cunnlns In many respects as audi characters are apt to he. Coombs was the ooly child of his pare ts, who formerly lived lu the edge of Dummerstnn 3 or 4 mile a time Ilr.it tletHiro. Ills father. Tolman Coombs. 1I&1 lut 8Utimer, and John aud his mother have since lived here alone. As suspicion began to fasten upon John, differ ent men made It a point tu quietiuu hltn ou the subject ot the flren lu u roundabout way, and thus got many idmlsslons and tarty remarks from him, all of which were carefully noted diwn. Aa an In stance of this. It was believed, from the fact that the Harlow dres took place lu the da)tlme, that they were net with a alow match, Kev, Dr. Stevens took occaslou to talk with Johu, leading the con versation around to the subject uf the tires. Johu ny said something about alow matches, when Dr. Stevens said, ' hy, w hat do you know about hIoa matches, Johnny t" 'by, the books are fall of de ciiptloosof them," was the reply, showing th a the fellow had beeu fcludytug uplui subject. .Ion li ny also said to Dr. ateveua, "V ny don't they urrust the bUfpectcd perHont" and wbeu Dr. Stevens ask ed who this was, he ut once replied, Muhuny Coombs." He was continually prufeoslug great knowledge on the hubjuct, saytug thai oue and an other hail set the Ores. Wbeu the Oorham barns were burned, he oracularly said there would be 'three more dres one at Harlow . oue at F. II. (iood el 1'if, and one at Freeman OorhamVall large farmers. After the am are at Mr. HarlowV, Coombs went there and talked with the buys In a suspicious wa), asking about their dog If he wuul bite anybody who came around at night, etc. Trie most convincing evidence against him w&a obtained at the time uf the Oorham lire, wheu a peculiar track was discovered In the soft earth to and from Ihe premises. It was the track uf k boot vr men nau a patcu on ine niou ui me soie, me shoemaker was aked for whom he bad mended a boot in thai way, and he replletl, "For Jonnuy Coombs " Kewards for the discovery of the Incendiary, ag gregating lu all fl'), were offered by the settcl meu, and finally Ward A Wlgg.u, a Huston firm uf detectives, were employed tu wort up the case. After looking tbe grouud over they sent up au ex pert, who arrived last Monday, On Tuesday John ny was got away from home, and the detective read uver to him a list uf hlsremaiks ami admis sions, and of the suspicious circumstances agaiutt him, aud Dually showed him the patched bout aud told him he had been tracked to aud from the cne uf the Ore at Mr. Gorhatu's. Jonnuy replied. "I might as well plead guilty, for you'll prove It agaiusi me, although 1 am Innocent." This was the only admission ne would make at the time, though it is understood that tie afterwards made aa txpllcit confession to Mr. Oorham. He was arreBted by Deputy Sheriff Lovell of Itel lows Falls and taken to that place, and on the fol lowing morning be bad au Interview with Hon. C. B, Edoy, counsel for the town He was taket. luck to Westminster West for examination before Jus tice Lane, the court being held in tbe chapel of the church, which was Oiled with tnteusely Interested listeners. Coombs, however, waived examination, and refused to have rouusel secured for him, say ing Out "his course was all marked out," He w us bound un In the sum of I3u00. In default of which sum he was taken to New fane Jail the same night, where he will undoubtedly remain until tbe next meeting of tbe grand Jury. His bearing In the Jus tice court waa that of a proud self-consciousness, as though he was the chief actor on au Important occasion. He Is a member of the Methodist church In Put ney, and has said that the Methodlst church would take care of him." It is known that he had grudges against all the parties whose buildings have beeu burned. There are few persons In the parish, In fact, against whom he has not bad some grievance. He has beeu accustomed to say that there iwas 'Only one decent man In town" tbe exception being Mr. Cutting, tbe administrator of his lather's estate. The relief at his arrest Is great. Several farmers, particularly those whom he had sped fled as being on the fatal list, have watched their property at ulght, never feeling safe from Ihe flames. IVbltlngliuna. There la to be a social danoa at the 8a dawga House ball on Wednesday evening, tbe 2Ctb Inst,, with music byBaraatt A Higgins's band. U. N. IIlx Is repairing bU butldlnga and ice-bouse. Z. Wheeler baa placf d in bis grist mill a new water-wheel, which works splendidly in every respect and uses less water than the old one. O. B. Wheeler U preparing lo put a new water-wheel into bis saw mill. Merritt W, Hicks has moved on to Abram Chase's farm. u. STATE AFFAIRS. Catarrh Can be Cured Th.it i-armllniriy ili.agreealile titnl very ITOHlcnt cli.fa.c, culm ill. I. citutril liy srriit tilmn t.ilnt In (hp liloml. II.hhI'ii S.irii;iarlll a, liy It. I'nncrtiil urll) lng nnilUt.illtliiR action iilMi I tie liliH.I, aiwpillly remove!! tho came,, nml tlitu fdecta a mllml and Jicnnancnt euro ut catarrh. Tlioo vim Miller roir. Its varied Jinitiiin. - uiieonitui table Mow from tho nose, ultrnslte hroatli, ringing anil bnrntlng tiolicn In tho cil, elllnj;ot tho Koft rarM o( the thruat, tiervon. roMratlon,ctc. ahoulil tako Hood's Saranparllla anil bo ctircit. Tho Dost Mocllclno " 1 liato so Her eil villi catarrh In my bcait for J cars, anil paid out hundreds nf dollars fur medicines, but havo heretofore received only temporary relief. I began to Uko Howl's Harsaparllla and now my catarrh Is nearly cured, tho weakness of my body Is all gone, my appetite Is good In fact, 1 feel llkoanother person. Hood's Sarsaparill.i la tho best ined Iclne I hato fict taken." Mm. A. Cunnimi HAM, l'rovldi'iiee, II. I. Serious coiiseiiienee aro liable In ensno It catarrh Is not attended to In season. The ijlseaso frequently destroys the sense of smell ami often dcvelopcs Into lironeliltls or pulmo nary consumption. Undoubtedly many eaos ot consumption originate In catarrh, Hood's Sarsaparilla cures catarrh and li.ts even cllcctcd remarkable cures ot consumption Itself, In Its early stages. A book containing statements of many cures by Hood's Harsapa rllla, will bo sent frco to all who send address to C. I. Hood d Co., Loncll, Mass. Catarrh and Impuro Dlood "Hood's Sarsnparllla has helped me more for catanh and Impure blood than nii)thlng else t ever tisi d." A. H.u.r., Syracuse, N. Y. "I suffered threo )cars nith catarrh, and toy general health was poor In consequence. When 1 took Hood's H.irsaparllla I found 1 had the right remedy. The catanh Is ) lehllng, us flood's Sarsaparilla Is cleansing my blood, and tho general tone of my system U Improv ing." I n a.n k Wasmih iin, ltochestcr, N. Y. Hoods Sarsaparil la Sold by all druggists. $ti si for Mado I Sold liy all druggists. Jl six fur $3. Made only by C. 1. 11001) & CO., tmell, Mass. I only by C. I, HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass, IOO PQ803 Qno Dollar. I IPO Dosoa Qnot Dollar. On and After Nov. 26 I SHALL OCCUPY MY New Store in Ryther's Block, And shall lio pleased (o show my friends nud pad'ons a Full slock of ev erything in my lino, consisting of UNDERWEAR, (JM)VKS, MITTENS, CAUDIOANS. HOSIERY, XECKWEAIl OF THE LATEST iSHAL'ES, ice, SCOTCH VMS. VVll CAPS. COLLARS ic CUFFS 2 CENTS EACH. I hftvo n low llullalo and Dog COATS, plain and hrnver (rlniniings, dial I will make hottom prices on. E MAPP, ARcnt for Troy Liuuulry. 87 MAIN ST., IIKATTLEH0K0. the xinrs ix nitim Itiubtberin U making terrible ravage B In St. I.iuirt. A nely opened wtll at Hradford, I , U spoutfoK oil Ht tbo rate of barrels an hour. Itn prntloctioD for the 11 rut day wan (BtimfYtfd nt '.tHH) b.ira-N. It U tho UrgriNt will evt-T Mr tick. A Htverp drought prt-vatl in tbe uppr countkn of Virginia, which hn dried up tht Hprius aud Mrt-aD uul biiltd the land ho dry and hard tb it tbo farmer cannot do their fall plowing. A man who lmi jj6t returned to New York city from Ibo Utbniua of Pnatna Baj the cmi-ii Uborvr4 re djiog by hundred ev ery mouth. Gen. Hherldini hfaltb Rnch that Li phyf i 'tan hn teut hitu lo FottrcfH Monroe, and from Intro h will cotne to ltjttort by fatoaUT, hoplog for beutit from tho He voy age. Tcntyflre hading buiitu-KH Loiinrn In Ooldborot N O t mcludiuK two or three Urn a minufrtotoiisi and Morebo'j'i-fl, wt-re burned last Friday, causing a loss of i'JM), 000. Miuy jeople are dying in several of the Virginia upland counties from a plague cau-t d, it U Ibougbt, by tbu ipring aud wtlU drying upt leaving whit littlo water ii availa lle hglily impr-gnattd with miner! poUou. Four corpses h tvd be"D found in a Biuglo houH. A train wa wrecked on the Tax Cm. tral roai ut-ar Hfmpteid, Tt-ia, lant Fridy nlgbt about midnight. Ten pn-HHig-r were killed outright tind 15 or mora were aeriouttty wounded. Au iuvavigition hy th railay authorities reveal that tho diibohcal work wai done hy diHcharged employe and thieve in the vict'iity, ln nought to wreck a freight train for spoil 4, hut the pa-teng-r train hav ing tbe right of way. aul bolug behiud time, waa the fint to reach the bceu of their wick ed work, The total nmnbT of deaths from cholera Iu Prtrn for th first ight day of tbe plague was 4(J0, an average of nearly 53 per day. One of the tnot brilliant society etentu which New York city ha ever fteeu wb the wtddingof Marshall Of me WiUon and Caro H le S'herm' rhorn A tor, the youngcKt and only unmarried daughter of Mr. and Mr. Win Astor, which took place nt the residence of the bride' parent on Fifth avenue Tues dy afternoon. Tho Ator mansion wa crowdf-d during th entire afternoon with the weahhiost peopleof the city. Tbe ceremony took place tu the art g&llery, where 10,000 rosebud formed a part of the floral decora Hon. The present were mauy, aud iuclud- eu a nouHH from ilr. m. alor, precious j-iweli, solid gold aud silver tft Kett aud ob ject of art. Thtir value is estimated at $2. 0,000. To lift. IV. II. Collin. Ttirtre tiiipy tutu I Tby labors crow or J Fr e'er Mm prajrerlul Joy, for foil J Th eaerduti of tby Uu ytrttol, To iJrjea, lu tby purie la round, Sbuqld bey care rot on tby trow Wbeo utroRHog iioal. grown wet, doth rtll. Or Sorrow (trend her Ktoooiy rH AuJ ulglit lu btludlog darkot-Nt gro ; OpB thou tby Hjttit-reatorlDg purar, Draw furlb tbe ctftaof ttim aboe Tbe braateooa gifti, Faltb, Hope kdiI Iive Aud abowrr tbt-m pfice aud Joy diaburM. Like Korlunatua'a purse of old. From tblue will fullueaa iioVr depart, Mucegolitru trraaureaof tbe heart Iti aitkt-u mpfhea close tufold. Tbe auDbeama from frleuda bearta aball be iVer strrauiiug out tbe nettid atrauda, And abadiitts cbaaelu soft-bued bauds, Tbt life may e'er be bright for Ibeel n. II r. Nweet In drrvntlelU. It will be gratifying news, no doubt, to miuy Inva lids residing lu this section of tbe state to learu ot tbe vltlt uf tbe widely kuowu Dr. Sweet of Itoalon to tbe Amtrlcau House, Greenfield, begiunlug Mooday.KoT, S4tb, and remalulug for Are daya. A large number of patleuts lu and about Green Held haa prompted tbe doctor to comply with numerous urgent requests to visit that section of tbe atate. Send atamp for Ir. hweet'e Medical Journal. In Wardaboro, Nov. 19, a daughter to Mr. and Mr. E.U Uoe. Iu South Londonderry. Nov, 18, a aou to Iter, and Mrs. J. K.Allen. Iu (lull for J Centre, Oct. 3s, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hobb. Iu Winchester, N. H., Nov. 14, a daughter to Allen M. and Abble J. Field, and granddaughter to James P. Tut a am. To-Morrow Morning, At HAWLEY'S, Cnso 42-Inch combination Worsted Dress Hoods, choice new .style, 25c a yd. It will he (iilck work to sell them. Lot 0-4 Dress Goods. 50c yd. is much below cost of inaiiuractiire. Lot of our rei;iiliir oSc 27-Inch Dress Flannels 35o. that Can never he duplicated at price. Lot White IMaukcts, $1.00 lair, another lot $1.25 pair, and an ex tra bargain nt $5 pair. Several extraordinary bargains in Cloak Room to ho shown llrst time to-morrow. Few Flush Sacuues and Circulars just opened at attractive price. Ex lra value in popular priced cw markets and ltaglaus. 1 piece Cheney lros. regular $2.00 grade heavy all silk Itha dame Tor $1,50 yd. New lot Fur Trimmings More new Skirts. 2 dozen more of tho S 1.00 and $1.15,Nlghtgowns, same as last lot. Few choice new patterns inJFan- cy Plaids at $1.00 a $1.20 yd. Lot best Dress Prints.good styles 5c yd. N. I. HAWLEV, BALED HAY, AND SALT. We have nn extra bargain in sacked FINE MIDDLINGS to oiler for a few days. We consider this tho cheapest feed wo have at the prico wo are selling for. A large lot of sacked WINTER WHEAT 1IRAN due tho last of this month ; and as thero is more than wo can store, we will contract to deliver on arrival at extremely low prices. No. 1 TIMOTHY HALED HAY delivered to any part of the village. Remember that we keep all grades of FLOUR, and you save 25c a barrel by getting your flour hero for cash. VALLEY MILL CO., 2Vur ll.pus II. It. Croaalnff. tfllmlncion. Twelve inchei of enow. J. Q. Bitohelder & Boa, with a one liorse. power threshing machine, have tbrttBbcd near ly B0O0 bushels ot grain this fall. Willard & Dugbeo got about 85 bushels of apple seeds at the cider-mill this fall. Victory grange hold a public meeting at town hall on the evening of DiO. (! Subject, "Creameries." Tbe Democrats bad a celebration and torchlight procession last Friday evening. There will be publlo rzerclaes by tbo Mur. ray club next Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, The Universalis! ladies bad a cake and coffee festival last eveniug. Oood mualo will be in attendance at the skating rink opening on Saturday evenlng.and many people from adjoining ton, are ex. pected. Most ot the goods belonging to tbe "Jones" tloshop have been removed to West Halifax. iWilmlngton voted ou Tuosday.by a large majority, to rescind its former vote to bond for a railroad, A petition for a chatter for a railroad down tbe river has boen sent In, A party of young folks gave Frank Smith a pleasant birthday surprise party Monday evening. Tbe llaptlst fair and literary entertain, ment, followed by an oyster supper, wai well attended, considering the storm, Wednesday evening. Strawberry blossoms and dandelions were Daniel Maboney of lloading, an old man, had bis face burnid and terribly disfigured with powder from the primer ot a cannon while firing a Clevelaud salute last Saturday. At Alburgb, laht wei k, a little girl's cloth ing was caught and wouud up in tbe speed wheel of a threshing-machine, and she only missed having her brains beaten out by i few Inches. Kev. Nathan Scott, the oldest member In tho Vermont conference, both in years and in the work of the minUtry, died at Glover last week. He was years old, and hid been ou tbe superannuated list 24 years. He was a man held in universal respect. George Hayward of South h)attun at tempted suicide Tuesday noon, but was dis covered in season to save his life. He bad been deBpoudt-nt for some time ou account of failure to get a pension, Miss Learned A Fairfax of St. Albans, aged about 2C years, was found dead in bed Monday. It is supposed she committed sui cide by tallig morphine or opium. Her father died lately and lift bis property to her, and there had been trouble between ber and tbe other heirs at law, At a meeting of tbe old Eighth Vermont regiment reoently held at South ltoyalton it was voted flat a regimental history b pub lished In suitable form, aud that all Ihe mem bers be requested to contribute anything of interest iu their possession or knowledge, Communications should be addrrssfd to 0, M, Ferrin, regimental secretary, Essex Juno tion, by Deo. lfilh. Judge lledington of Hutland municipal court sentenced Wm. Smith to 18 yeans in state prison, Wednesday, for rapo on a little girl. W. II. Walker of Ludlow, Ihe newly, lect ed judge, is (52 years old and a graduate of Middlebury college, class of 78. He was as sistant secretary of the senate In 1857 I served In tbe House In I8G.r and 18GG, and in tbe senate in 18G7 and 18G8; was state's attorney for Windsor oounty In 1874-7G j speo'al com missioner for the insane in 1878 j supervisor of tbe Insane in 1878-80, and judge ot pro bate from 1878. fHarrlajjrg. Id Bratllelioro, Nov. IT, by Dev. E. W. Whitney, Al bert li. llaitlDga aod Nellie Clark, both of U. In Drattleboro, Nov, 16, Mn. LjJU Tlltn, mother of Mm. Dr. Bruce. 73. Id North Adrai, Mitt , Not. 17, Laura, widow of tbe late Hiram Gore, 6fJ. Id Stritton, Nov. 14, Silence Caroline, daughter ut Draco U E. L. Grout, as, In WeatmorHacd, N, U.,6th, David Levfugaton, SO. In Vernon, Nov. It, Deooia Oould, 77, lu Windham, Nov, 1, Clara M, only daughter of Aaron II. ivUou, 23. Nov. 4. Clark Stearni, 78. In Cheater, Nov. 13, Joaepti llnldrn, 03, lu South Londonderry, Nov, 21, Mary V., wife of Ibe late Dwlgbt Tyler, 73. OOOD TENEMENT TO KENT in . Uonshtou'a Block on Main Htrert. 47 ANTED Brilpsroen who will Bell our TT Hoe of pprlng and aa rimer cottonader, Jean a, Cktiimerei, flinnela and Ring Lama lu connectiou with their other bmlueai. Liberal rom m latino fuM. Ad dreaa Ilb reference, FlUNK D. LA LANNE fc CO , Manufacturers, Philadelphia, Peun, 4748 Farm for Sale In Wil mington. SITUATED H mllea fat of Wllmtngtoo village, coualatlntc of 200 ftcrea well fi-nred, moatly atone wall. The build In ga are In Rood repair, with durable water at bouae aud baru. There ia a jonn orchard Juat beginning to bear, and a augar lot of t!H) tree, f nrulahed and lu Rood order. The farm will aummer IS cowa. and more than that uumber of vouns a took. The tnoAtnga are smooth and produce from &0 to 60 tons oi nay, mere ii pieuiy m wooq ior nae or me lace, bet Idea quite a quantity of Spruce and Hem nek lumber, Alt part eaiy of arceaa. No town debt. Tbe subscriber belue out of health will sell at low fin- urcs. Address, nr euquire of the aubucrlbur ou the p rem nea, via a- m, t akulllli HAVE YOUR ENTISTRY jio.yi: ii v Dr. O. R POST. i'Vne Work anil Moderate Charges Oluee and rriidtac. juuctloo bf lllQh and Oreen 8ta. Urattleboro, VI. 47 New Dental Office. ALYIN KNAPP. M. I)., D.D.S.. beg leave to announce to tbe citizens of Drattleboro aod vicinity that be baa yielded to tbe solicitation of hta many friends and fitted up rooms with tbe best modern lustrnmeuts aud sppliiucea for the practice of Dentlatry. Dr. Knapn graduated with blsbest honors froiu the Dentsl department of tbe Unlversltv of AUchlaan aud the Ft. Wayne College of Medicine, aud baa bid many years experience with tbe best Dentists lo tbe West, a well as lu bis own pirate practice. Dr. Koapp makes a specially of savins: the natural teeth, uses only tbe best materiala for filling, and Ifuarauirr an opera wuu orm-ciaBv, Aninciai leein supplied, from one to au entire set. Anesthetics aj. ministereu nen required. Deat referencea furnished, Give blm a rail and be happy, 53 Oflico in Hooker's lUock, opp, tho Jirooks Houso, Brattleboro, Vermont. WE ANNOUNCE OUR Annual Special Commencing Saturday, Nov. 1. WE SHALL OFFER GENUINE BARGAINS, Which our special liiclllllcs linre cnnliled us to olidiln, in B!6 LAMPS, - - - ffiWARE, DECORATED DINNER, SETS, Decorated Tea Sets, Decorated Chamber Sets, ODD PIECES IN CROCKERY, ETC. M.T.VANBOOEN&SON THIS WEEK We have a full Assortment Men's Overcoats, Ul sters and Reefers from $3.50, 5.00 and 6.50 up. Youths' Overcoats in all grades and qualities, from a cheap, warm, every-day Garment to the best silk lined. Boys' and Children's Plain and Fancy Goods from $1.75 up. ! SPECIAL TRADES LY ALL KIMS AXB UUALITIES. GLASTEX liUKYS, WHITE A XI) COIOItKD, 50r EACH ; GO AM) 75c FOR QUALITIES USUALLY SOLD AT 75c & 1.00. ALL-WOOL WHITE, COLORED AXI) SCARLET AT LESS THAN ACTUAL YALUS. CARDIGANS, GLOVES MD MITTENS. Horse Clolliing of nil kinds and qualities. iY. It's., Chain pious, Kerseys, linkers, J-axonys, etc. All (idoils liiarkcil in plnin figures and prices guaranteed right. STARKEY & WELLMAN, COMBINATION CLOTHIERS. THERE MAY STILL BE SOME DOUBT In resunl lo who our next Presi dent is to he, hut no doubt remains as to the tart that the place to buy those EXTRA NICE Fairhaven Oysters FOR THANKSGIVING, And thus make your mother-in-law good natured uud every one else happy, is nt the FISH MARKET, ELLIOT STREET. Shell Oysters nl trays on hand und opened to order. N. B. To safe cost, those who have al lowed their bills to run over three months MUST settle the same be fore Jan. 1, 1SS3. We mean busi ness ! Proprietors Brattleboro Fish Market. AUCTION I Will be lota at public auction at tbdwell!ug bouae of Timothy M. Adama In Marlboro, Vt., ou Tuesday, Dec. 3, 18)4, at 10 o'clock a. m tbe following deacrib. ed propert;; Tbe Mill and Farm knowo aa tbe Adama Mill aud Farm, allu&ted about 6 mllea from tbe eaat village of Urattleboro, Tbe Mill and Buttdloga ou tbe Farm are Id good repair, aud alwaja water to run tbe Mill, Also about SAacrea of laod, known aa tbe Granger lot, altuated about one-bat f mile from Marl boro centre, nearly tbe wbole heavily wooded with Hemlock, Spruce aud Hard-wood timber ; pair Oxen, welgbt over 40U0 pound, pair i year-old bleera.S pair 3-year-otd Steer a, 30 Rood cuarae wool 8 beep, Ox-cart, Iron axle tree, heavy Truck wagon, twoborae wagon, 3two-boraetraverae81eda, 100 corda a tab wood, La Dow Harrow, t Mowing Machine, Plowi, aud many other articles not ueutloned. TIMOTIIT M. ADAMS. O, XI. MEBRICS, AUCt r. Marlboro, Vt., Nov, IS, 18i. 48 48 FASHIONABLE LINE wmter Milliiiery AT REDUCED PRICES! Cult ut Croaby lllock, Itoom 1, up alulra. MRS, J, L, WALKER. TO CASH BUYERS OF DRY GOODS ! We know that many of tbe adrertliementa of tbe day are put forth In glowlog cot or a aud that when you go to aee tbe guoda jou find that they are far dlf fereut from what yuu wtre led to expect. We aball try and tuakeu cbauge In tbla. Ou all of tbe g waa we advertise we thll try and gite u Jut tbe wbole truth, ao that when wn Lave auy special thing cbrap aud tell you to through tbe paper, you cau believe It. Just come In aud see for jouraehen on tbe spcclala we ad vert lie tbla week. We bave a ladles Merino Vest at 39 cents, tbe same thine that we sold latt seaaou for 6). We shall bave a gentleman's ahlrt Just as cheap lu a few days. Alio a full line of tbe celebrated llenulojiton Underwear In both Udiea' aud geutlemen's up to the beat Scarlet aud Buff, Also Children's goodi. Clieip 1 We have a fullllue of both Lid leu" aud Cblldreu Cloaka and Djlnuot, aod you may be sure tbe prices will be so low that you will be surprised, Theblgijeat birgalo yet In White Blankets. 10 4 12.73, 11-4 $3.30. Look at tbem If you don't want to buy. Choice Prints, 6 centa, all good alylca. Scarlet. Ore? and Check ahlrtlnir Flannel from 12 to 39 ceuts. 9 New Pieces Carpet at tbe si me low price. A few remnanta OH Clolb. Just the thins for stove?. Alao Oil Cloth Mata, all ilzea. Oa thecouater you will find a bos filled with ojd lxea both Ladles1 and Children's Hose at 10,12 and 15 centa per pair. Alao a box of Bordered Towels that are marked tu phlu figures. Cheap to close out th old lot. More Hamburg Edges at from 10 to ?8 centa. Alao full lines of Dresa goods and Shaw la. Goods will lio cheerfully shown nml you will not ho urged to liny ! F. W.-KUECH & CO. Market Reports. NKff YOItK, Sot. 16. Flonr Rnprrtne Wntrra anil Htalt -3.t); eitla do., 3.50aS.2J ; f al'M Mir. ntaota.s.'.jiSaf Ubrat No. 3lDUrrtd 0.82; No,l. wtillf, Bjf, OOaMX c. ll.rlej, o."5. Cora, No. J, B1..S1 4c ; No. 3 blle,0U00c. Data No. 1, Sla31i,i 3o. wbltf, 3.VaS3)4. Butter flrm. btate. 30a3li w..trn, 9.JI. chrras Hl.tp, ilj.v. CHIC CIO. Not. 18. Wh.at No. 2 Chicago aprln, 72.73 c. Corn, 42H2VC Oat., iSUc. Bye, SOaOOc. barlej, St tilt HT. U)i 70, Not. II. Wteat-No. 3 red fall. 7i7K. Corn,(KJ-'(. Oata,0da25. Iljf,t7c. Barley, COaM. 5ew NTnrk Aiock Bad yianmy Tliarbrl. NEW VOIll, Not. 18. Ooternment Bonda V. H.Sa 1C0 3-4 do. 4 1.!acoQ(ioD 113 3-4 Jo.4a. .. .' ui 5 8 no.lon lTool XlMrlifft. BOSTO.t. Not. It. There baa been a qolet boHnem lo wool Uts week aalea amounting to 1.&00.000 Iba. of all siuda. Oblo and I'euna;ltaDla, 3a33for X, XX andabor,3laU. Mlcbljan, 39a30. Fin. delaine, 33a 31..; No. 1 -omblog, 3Sa?7. Palled wools, 23a30e for common anl good enpera; 33a33 for cbolce eastern. Walerst.fta Calaai tit neb Tfurtlrl. ToiaOAT, Not. 18, 1884. Market Beef Cbolce, 100 WiOOOO; ejtra. S.OOiO.50, Ural quality, 700.7SO; second aualltt, S OOaS 50: third quality, WI.4 CO. IN. 11.--Cbolcelnclndea nothing bnt atall.fed 11C0 tonoolb bollocks. Extra and nrat qnallty include the beat 'at osen. Hecoud and third qnallty Include oxen and to and three year old ateers. HtoreCi'tle Working oxen, per pair, fromlno to 333. Mll-h Cow. and Caltet, 20, 38a48. Fancy cowa, SOaDO. Vk linga, 1030; 3yearaold, 14a30;3 yeara old, 24a4i. HwlnVeatarn fat, lite, a.t 5a3 3-1 c a lb. North ern dretayiboga, 0Jfc. Bbeep and Lamba In lola, (2 23, 3 0)a4 03 each ; extra, 4 7CaASo orlroni2i to &l-2c per lb. Vealcsltea, 3)"a7Xc per lb. Country Hides o.sa7cper lb.; Country Tallow, 3 1.3 ate I'.'ta SUaKK each. Calf Bklna, luallc per lb. II.ton Market !Yotea. Il'rom tbeJournal'a Cltt Article, 191b. 1 here ii no animation Id the butter market. Best rrvami-i'o immanda SSc. In larire lots and tso. In a Jobbing ay ; aummer creamery, 23 to 29c. A few tine dairj elections commaml 2s to 30c, but for most of !i recrlpia It la bird to get 2uc and 17 to 19 centa i the general price. There l little doing In cheese, but prlcescontloue steady. Flee September and October stork: com mands lib; to 13o.; sound August make, 11M to 12. Fur ch lice grade of apples prices rauge from tl.10 to ti perbtrret.aod some fancy varieties go up to ti. .No. 1 UiMwIuj for export command 11.60 to $1.60. strlrtjt fresh eggs command 23 to 30c. per dozen, but for uioat receipts It Is hard to gel oter to or 27 cents, and for some lou price run down to 23 and 34 ceutv Best Vermont pea beaus now command only 2 per bushel by the car; cbul:e mediums, $1.70 to 11.73; yellow eyes, $2.40. Most potatoes sell for 39 to S3 cents, though Hose anil Heaiiry of Hebron varieties sometimes go up to 43 and 43c, while Burbank Seedllugs, l'eeriess and ome it1r kinds coxroaml only 43 to 48c. cnolcs Hay commands $18to $19 per too ; medium grades, t!4 to $17. Bye stiaw, $18 to $19 so. Turaeji kre iviiing at 1 to 18e. per pound, and chlckerii 4-. 13 to He. l. .Albaa. Datlar Slarkel. St. ALBAxa, Nov. 18. Clrcera! price 34a33c. per lb.; selection. 37a3Sc. BATCHELDER FLINT, IlBADQUABTEnS FOB Fine Confectionery. SPECIALTIES : FINE CHOCOLATE CREAMS, CREIM DATES, CltEAJ ALMONDS, CltKAM WALNUTS, IXIZEN'OES, JAP OOODH, FltENClI MIXED, KTK'K CANDY, OfM DBOI'S, &c, a:r., &c. LAItUJJ LINE OF PENNY GOODS. Batclieldfr'at "most eicelleot" old-faabloned MoLia aea Canpt, alwaya reliable, lictall Healers, Give Un a Callt BATCHELDER & FLINT, Wholesales & Retail Doalors, BIlATTLEBOnO, VT. NOrlOE Oimn into my pasture in Ktkt 1'ntney, about the middle U October, a 2-year old red-tnd- kite hilfer, bald heifer Is now at my u.(m. i, d, x)(.4ni;nAUU, Fast Tolney, Nov. 19, VI. It Uratllboro Price. Carr.nl. WHOLESALX. 1 03 a 1 SO Hldea, lb s 43 a SO Calfaklna 9 2 0d3SO I'ork,dreaaed 7 a 7 V 23 a SO Beef C 12 a IS Mutton, live weight 3a4 33 Lamb. 4 k fi Maple sugar, tub OalJ Veal, 11 6.6 do. cake, 13.14 Turkeya, dreaaed 17.20 Chlckena " 13 a 18 BETXIU Apples, bbl ISC a 2 00 Teas Japan, lb Applet, bbl Potatoes, bu, Ueana Bitter, lb Cheese Egg., dot Bntter.lb Cheese, lb Eggs, dox Molasses, gal Syrup, Sugar, refined do. niapl. salt.Tl, bu Lttue.bbl Oorn,tiu " nonoero Oata Meal, per hundred, " bolted 25 a 32 Young Hvsou 14 a 15 Dolled Oil, gal 33 Itaw do. 40x70 Keroam) 60. l 00 Turpentine 1 a 9 Iltj, ton 12 a 17 Wood CO Flour, bbl I a uye meat Cotton Beed meal 1 SO 75 Bran 1 00 a 1 10 1 'JO Provender, I 45 43 Mlddllnce 1 20 1 as 130 Graham meal, per lb 4 2 60 Barley 100 25 a 60 40 a 75 40 a 80 C8 CS 15 a 25 65 20 00 a 35 00 4 60 a 600 6 SO a 7 75 300 CABBIAGESI llotii now and second-hand. Now lot just received from tho best makers and in the very best and lnteot styles. NO SUCH HAND SOME VARIETY EVER SHOWN UEF0RE. A good guarantee stands back ot every one of them. J. L. RAY, unimmiono, vt. For Sale! A O00D HOMESTEAD In tbe centre of the vll laga of Weat Brattleboro. A two-story, double house wdb barn and an acre and a ball of land. En quire of 41-48 M119. A. L. ELLIOT. ffiaBfi. NEW MANVEL OLD RELIABLE STOVER. We make both. 12 wears F inalclnir Wind illlU ait- riiltv. taith nur imlntxt mechanic, enable 11 to Uke Hater frum well or apring tuid deliver It to any denlred )olnt. Write tallnffnaturv ofworlctu t ErcafhOce, WILL I A mi LU.. ? iv . art lioswis, haiamatoo, nirn. CARD. Having purcliased (lie stock and Drug business of Dr. E. S. WES TON, formerly Dr. J. W. 0REG0, I would say to tbo ncoplo of Drat tleboro and vicinity that I am pre pared to furnish THE PUREST OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Having had 15 years' experience in tbo retail drug business, includ ing two years in the city, I feel confident that I can supply you with reliable preparations. Any physician's or family pre scriptions you should sco ilt to fa vor mo with will receive my prompt and careful attention. Hoping to receive n sharo ot your patronage, I am very truly yours, I. B. THORN. "PEOPLE'S" Drug Store, 119 Main St., opp. High. A PULL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS.MEDIC1NES, CHEMICALS AND PATENT MEDICINES, TRUSSES, SHOULDER I! RACES, SUPPORTERS, AXD SrOXGES, TOILET SOAPS, HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS, AM) COLO GIVES, CLOTH, TOILET, HAIR AXD TOOTH BRUSHES, And everything usually kept in a first-class drug store. REMEMBER, I villi not bo un dersold! THE REST QUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES must es tablish my trade. I. B. Card from Dr. Weston. To the People of Urattleboro ; Having old my Drag bus! n en and all Trraerlptloua to I, II. THORN, I would moat cheerfully recommend tiim to my frienda aod former patron, and from my acquaintance wltn blm I fe?I aure that any who Buy Cive blm tbelr patromge Till fin 1 all tLeir ordera and preacrlptlona carefully and accuritely prepared, r.ernectfolly. 46 E. B. WESTON, M. D. TO THE LADIES Of Brattleboro and Vicinity ! We would say to our friends that we are still in the field, with a lar ger assortment of MILLINERY Than ever before. It is unneces sary to enumerate, as you all know that we always intend to keep EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS TO A EIRST-CLASS ESTAB LISHMENT, And employ the best Milliners. We flatter ourselves that we can please our customers every time! As this winter finishes THIRTY YEARS that we have been in Brat tleboro, we desire to express our appreciation of all your kindness and patronage, and hope still to deserve your confidence. With many thanks, very truly yours, Mrs. Z AVERY. Catarrh mlSfrai7 mxhiui iu uji Cuuiai no I'alu. Glrra llllr ut one Thorough Treattiiut will Cure. Vot a llq u III nr ftuiiff A im ply7 Into iioatrlla. Gil II u Xrll. HAY-FEVER v':!:: tered, BfDd for circular. Simple b xaxll 10 cents, ELY llttOTHKHH, DragRtsts, Oh ego, N, Y. II PRIZE,' Send ai cjnti for noalaee. and r celve free, a cnrtlf box. of soodj nLleli 111 Lelp all of eltber aes lo more too. vr uku. kiri; iiiiu auiuiDK IU tlta world. Fortunes await tbe workers absolutely aure. At once adJrras Tad k Co., Aqguta,lle. ljH I