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Itrrnr, N. II
Hiplillit-rln nuitinum to prevail In tills
,lnci even new en, ami two iWtln Imv
mil Iwn rriirtwl for tlio weok ciuIImk Tumi
wore 13 chip ninl four (tenth
I 'Imrlfn X. TottliiHlmiM, tlio well known
i-firriu nmt li'lt,'li tnnniifni'tiirvr, wn
.trn-km witli piiriiljulH Moiulay mul m in
n c riticiil coiiclillon.
Mr Kowlt J. Colony ilioil MiiMriily in
V'W York lint Hu inlay.
Ivlwiinl 1'itWiiL'i'r, the ol.l time AsliiH'lot
I'omliti'tor, mul liUwifo luft for Mount Ver-
ii N. Y., latt wwk, whoro they will live
in the future.
rw llnliiihire Nolr.
Sumner (layuf North Ulnrleitown lim
nearly SIKH I hem nml cliickiMn. He upemlii
?VKI a year for grain.
Waller Cooper, n ileaf young man, wan
.truck liy a locomotive, whilo walking on
the railroml track atWeitmorelauilHunilny.
lie win liiully liruiwl ami one ankle wan
liroken in two (ilaoes.
Illilnilillr. IV. II,
lluight I., Saiulerson Iiim iMUght the
l.ui'iin Steumn' ilwelling houie for J'.IIK).
l'red Jones, formerly of the firm of War
den Jones, is now engaged in litiying
nnl hipiing eotton mi the hanks of the
.Vol Hi lllnailnlr, N It,
It (' Merrillel.l has Imught the Stewart
saw mill in (lliiieshurg) (Inilfonl.
There was an nrrival at John King's
h"iie on Mrs. King's ollth hirtlulay. Soo
I'nliimn of Itirths.
The rheese factory has siisieinleil husi
ness for the season. Nine hundred and
four cheeses have heen sold, nnd aliout MM)
reniain on hand. The milk received aggre
gated :!IKI,(KKI Kiunds.
Viiliotr, N. II,
Dr. II. T. Hanks, wim has spent the past
Milliliter here, has heeu apMititcd chief
surgeon in the Woman's hospital of New
(Ireeiifiidd ieople are seeking to induce
the Zeuus Thomponti manufacturing coin
.mii . of Toi'tlmid, Me., to locate in their
town The company employs alstut
hands, and was recently Imrned out at
Portland. The outlook for thu ligation of
the Connecticut hox manufacturers in
(ireentield is favorahte, and a Templeton
limn has Imught land and will make hrick
on a large scale. He will employ no hands
The resilience of Baxter II. Noyes of
( I reeiilleld was entered Saturday night liy
hurglars, who secured a gold watch, two
m en-oats, a ipiantity of silverware and
other ai tides. A reward of $1(H) is olfered
for thenrrestof the thieves.
Prompt rt-lfef ill sick 1lcA'l.U'tlH, ,t!lllCKS, lulu
.eii, iini.timMiu, i.iin IntliH slile. Kiuiriiiitt-t-,1 to
thus uliiK I'aiter'st.iltle Mvrr I'llW Oiiimi ilnw
M11.1II price. Small ilnse. Sumll pill
REV. O. E. MAIITIN'S NEW
THE HANDSOME NEW EDIFICE
JiinI .'liillii'l iiml Drillrnlrd by llrv.
(Irs, 12. .tliirlinM Model?.
In February last The Phicuix printed a
description of the beautiful and commodi
ous new chnel to which Uev. O. K. Mar
tin's St. Ijoiiis church ami sis.'iety. the First
Presbyterian, had then just removed, tube
used as their place of worship while the
main auditorium of the church adjoining
was being completed, A week ago last
Sundny the dedication of the finished edi
fice tisik place and the church entered up
on the full occupation of its new house, an
illustration of which is given herewith.
The organization of this church dates
from 1M17, and it is believed tohuve been the
first Protestant religious society organized
beyond the Mississippi river that has had con
tiuuous existence. The Rev. Salmon Gid
dings rode 100 miles on horseback, through
the then utmost unbroken wilderness, to es
tablish it, going out as the agent of the
Connecticut Home Mission stwiety. The
first edifice was built in lH'io ; when this
was outgrown another, and a fine one, was
erected in and it was in this ttiat the
society was housed when Mr. Martin was
called to its pastorate. In 1887 it was re
abzed that the movement of isipulatiou in
the great city called for another removal
A lot at the corner of Sarah street nnd
WnshiiigUni avenue was Isiught and pre
seuted by a generous member, nnd here the
new chuicli has been built
The entire edifice is in omauesipie style,
limit or St. luis lilue uuieslone lu me
broken Ashlar forms. Its frontage on i
Washington avenue is ltlo feet and on Sa- '
rah street Hilt feet. The chapel, which
fronts on the latter street, is practirully a I
complete edifice in itself, containing besides
the lecture risim and Sunday rcIkhiI accniu '
niiHlatioiis, all the conveniences and appli i
nnees of the nuslei-u church home. The
main auditorium of the church is finish
ed like the chapel with open roof and
trusseil arches, and has n seating ca- .
parity of SIM). The ( I lobe Democrat in its J
description of the church says this nudito j
urn is "Hanked by cosy retreats opening on, I
und within sight and hearing of the pulpit, I
designed as a resting place and for the aged,
infirm and sick who are in need of addi
tional comforts to those provided for the i
other nieuiliers of the congregation. The
entire church is finished in hard, light
wood, the walls tinted cream color, and the
hangings artistically arranged. The organ
and choir nre directly back of the pulpit
mid facing thecougregation. The building
is lighted by electricity, and has all the
iiKslem improvements in every depart
inent." The same paper speaks of the edi
fice as a whole as being "without an eijual
in this part of the country "
For the dedicatory services, which took
place on the last Sunday in October, us ul
ready stated, special resxmsire services
were prepared for use Isith morning and
evening, und these were printed in u little
Ixsik which gave, also, a history of the
church, illustrations of its two former edi
lices mul of the new one, nnd a chapter of
building notes. The dedication sermon at
the morning service was preached by Rev.
Dr. Harrows of the First Presbyterian
church, Chicago. At the evening service I
the pastoisof the First Congregational and
Second llaptist churches of St Iouis took
part in the exercises, I
The new church, the cost of which has ,
been $80,000, was built ithin the appro
priatiou, and the chairman (if the building
isiMiinitt.ee iiteusantlv said ill forniallv turn- 1
ing the building over to the trustees that
there was even a surplus left, which,
"though not as deep as a well or as wide us
a church door, was still a surplus."
It is it pleasant fact to note that through
all its vicissitudes and achievement! this
old church has alwuys been a loyal church.
The sturs and stripes llouted over it during
the war, and to this day it is considered an
enilsHliment in St. Uui of the patriotic
tense and sentiment of the North.
A large company of Mr. Martin's old pa
rishioners and other friends in this com
munity will send him sincere congratula
tions on the tangible evidence which this
new church presents of the success of his
work in the great field of the West.
In thecals, sometimes a roaring, buzzing sound,
are caused by ealan li. tliut cKccedtiiKly illssaitrre
iiUlo and ei y enmniou disease. I siss or smell or
li-u itiil i.lt.-ii result from catarrh. I IihkI s Snrsa
lunula, the great liluml puriller, is a lm-uliailr
siusviisrul remedy fur this dlscoite, lilcfl cures hy
i,urif in Die Moist. If you suffer from catarrh,
fry llimd's Sarsaparllla, the isfiillar medicine.
Women with Jiule, colorless faces, ho reel
weak and dlsinuruKed, will rcccltc both menial
and Issllly Oner by using Carters Iron 11IU,
hk b are. made for the bless!, ueries and com
plexion The i.ersolially wiiducte.l" one way ltmk
Isliiiideiisirsioiisivniililiieeconuiiiy and conirorl
ror those uohig west They leaie llostou "cry
Wo weeks, via Vermont ami noi tliern New J or"
full on H. K brooks, ticket agent. and write h
I huiuimm. N K. P. A . SHI Washington street.
Ilrattli-lN.m s)ile, when in llostou. will find the
famous old Iteveiehmwaconifortalileaiid home
like lintel, when, they can enjoy llrst class fair
and pleasant rooms at moderate prices. The lu
tein la near all thenoithern and eastern ile'i.
and guests like IU risiins, Its table, its many am
truiriioMUiul its ln.le-lidemv. It ha aluats
lii ivM.mtcd for Us cuisine, and Its new da
lllore of a line ortluwllill conceit tery eteli
iug, conducted liy .Mr. Walter V. Huorusbnurne
cl the lluslou Hiuiphuii) wthestru, has made it
inure thau etvr a fatorlte.
BELLOWS FALLS BUDGET.
The store in the Times hulldlng, which
used to he occupleil Iwfore the (Ire by K. Ij.
Amadou for Jewelry, has heen leased liy
l'royonchee & Co., of Keene, who will
stock it at once with live and ten cent
goods and small wares, putting it in charge
of a young man and his wife from the
Mrs. M I.. II owers returned from North
Carolina Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Pulsipher, the late preceptress at
Saxtons River, left last week to spend a
portion of the winter with her son l'ark,
who is an attorney in Kansas.
i ilVlo!llle ,tl,lll,B '"" "'I" ek sold his
billiard rooms in llridgeman Mock toUeorge
Misire, nod Mr. ltaahe left hore Thursday
w ith his family intending to establish hi.
cigar manufacturing in Kast Cambridge,
Frank A. Moody, the youngest son of I,,
1. Moody, returned from the West Tues
day evening, surprising his parents some
what. Ho has heen absent about two years
and has held the position of stenographer
In a large cattle yard office at Omaha dur
ing most of the time.
Mrs, N. W. Alger has been in Canada
for the past six weeks caring for her
father who is dangerously ill there.
State Superintendent of Education E. 1',
Palnier. with County Supervisor Hall of
ltrattlehoro. and other educational men,
spent the night here Wednesday of this
week, on their way to White Itiver Junc
tion, they having missed their connection
in coming from Hutland.
Dennis Drislaue recently Imught four
handsome Holstein calves in Syracuse, N.
V. Few finer ones were ever brought into
On Hon. W. A.-ltussell's farm almve the
village are at the present lime !IH head of
Holstein cattle, and n number of them
were sent to all the fairs in the vicinity,
taking prizes in every instance. There is
probably not a lot in the United States that
are as gisid grade, most of them having
been iiumrted by Mr. Russell himself
Last Sunday Mrs. Jerry Itelihau who,
with her two children was living in the
Hridgenian block, was arrested for drunk
enuess and lined, but the line was held over
her us a menace only, she pajing the costs,
to secure her gisl behavior in the future.
She had been beastly drunk for some days.
Her husband went to White Itiver Junction
and secured work there some weeks since,
and there are grave rumors as to the i-on
nection of u number of men, who should
know better, with the furnishing of the
One day hist week a man snatched a
satchel belonging to n lady from Rocking
ham. from the steps of (leorge O. (luild's
store, where it had been set tennsn-arily.
He was seen to run with it toward the
Baptist church, was folluned awl arrested
with it in his possession. Next day Justice
Ryder lined him $111 nnd costs. He gave
the name of fierce, from Springfield.
The auction sales at the Smith farm in
CUURCU AT ST. LOUIS.
Saxtons River, nnd the Albee farm in
Hockinghum on Wednesday of this week
were imite largely attended by our citizens
and imite a large amount of personal prop
erty was disposed of at Isith places, but the
real estate was not sold iu either instance.
Owing to lack of time the Smith sale was
adjourned and the Allbee futui was struck
olT at $!00 to S. M. Albee as a by bid, but
the sale was not declared.
C. J. Cuhalaue, uue of the liest known
paper makers in our village, was very se
riously injured Wednesday night by lieing
caught in the dryer felts and one arm drawn
iu, it lieing held against the hot cylinder till
it was cooked to the Imne. It will prob
ably result iu serious disfigurement for
Fred O. Kdson is canvassing in this
vicinity for the Pond Rubber cuiupauy of
Iloston, taking orders for all kinds of rub
It was decided at tho rehearsal of
" Esther " Monday evening, to give it ear
lier than was at first intended, it now being
the plan to render it aliout Notemlier 0th
(iissl progress is being made with all the
A large light of glass iu the front win
ilow of the clothing store of O, D. tiiay it
Co. wits broken out last Monday night hy
parties who were evidently intoxicated and
who will lie made to pay the damage.
Among those who were ill attendance
uiHiu the St Albans choir festival last
week were Fletcher Carruthers, his daugh
ter Kleauor, J. II Williams, and Miss Ktta
I.uharee of this place. All rcpotta very
enjoyable and profitable meeting. Mr.
Williams was chosen one of the executive
The annual apron sale of the ladies of
the Congregational church was held Thurs
day evening, supper being served under
the direction of the teachers of the public
At liutterlield's green house is at present
to lie seen one of the finest shows of chrys
anthemums ever seen here.
Patrick Farrell has for a number of years
had charge of the most of the blasting done
here by the paper and canal companies in
the river requiring him to huve lmwder and
dynamite of different kinds ami quantities.
He has a sou ulsiut IU years old who last
Sunday thought he would imitate his fath
er's example by playing with the explosives,
and inunnged to explisle some dynamite
w ilh the result of having one hand seriously
mangled, He was tery fortuue'e to escape
Alsmt $lot) was raised by the recent sub
scription paper to assist thu baud.
An order has been given to llostou par
ties for the uniforms for tlio North Wu!s)!e
hose company, costing $:100. They were
selected by P. K. tlritlill and will lie receiv
ed here tery sism.
Wales's dry gmsls store is having a very
creditable show of fancy gmsls at their an
nual opening of them this week.
Expressman Grout is rejoicing over the
advent of a boy this week.
Hy far the largest pile of logs ever seen
together iu all this vicinity is now piled on
the meadow across the river, having lieeu
drawn out of the river end piled within
the last two mouths. It is estimated that
there are ut least four and a half million
feet Alsmtsix million werestopped here.
Part of the rest have been used, and some
uie piled neur the tlreen street null on this
side for making pulp.
News was received this week of the
death in Jacksonville, Fla., of Hyron 10.
(Ink, who used to live here ami was a well
known member of the Oram! Army.
At the choir festival at St. Albans, II. II.
tllllette of llostou presided at the organ.
Tuesday evening of this week he was here
and gave u Hue recital upon the organ of
Iiuiuanuel Church, which was much en
joyed by ull present.
It is uuderstissl that E. W. flnuld has
leased the basement of his house on Rock
ingliam street to A. P. Pollard, who is to
open a fish and oyster market there,
C. I, Hut her of litis place has been in
Iloston the past week lu attendance uikiii
the meeting of the New England public
sclusil music teachers' association, of which
organization he was elected a vice presi
dent. The variety store stock of E. II. Trusseil
here, and the stock of II. M. Trusseil it Co,
of llrattleboro are to be sold ut auction at
the auction rooms of I.. T. Iivell on Rock
ingham street, liegiuuiiig Saturday after
noon at a o'clock. Our citizens can avail
themselves of a gisl opportunity to buy
their holiday presents at their own prices,
The sale will continue till all are sold.
(leorge E. Adorns, formerly manager of
the W. A. Ilolden drug store here, is now
employed hy F. A. Morse at West Rutland
iu a similar store.
'J he dwelling of (leorge N French of
Oral too, which is being removed from that
village here, has nearly all united and is
being set up on the lot next north of the
new curiiage manufactory on Westminster
The local telephone exchange lias lieen
working under ilillicultics the past week,
the unisons uud painters having been at
wink blushing up the ceiling and walls.
The whole ceiling had to be taken off. the
plastering proving defective.
Dr. Keyea and family moved back to the
village Wednesday nnd are Ismnllng nt II.
O. lxitmrd's on Atkinson street. Their
home place in Wals,le is to be sold bv mic
Eighteen horses from Montana arrived
here Saturday and nre being sold at the Sa
bin farm lu the basin.
TIIH XI5W8 IN lllttKF.
A November llllrmril In IVrtr tie tlio.
Ijtst week's blizzard in the far West.else
where alluded to, was moru severe ami
widespread than at first supH)sed. It
seems to hnvo reached its worst iu New
Mexico, where several people perished. A
party of cow lioys were overtaken by It
near Sierra tlrand on Thursday morning.
Their cattle drifted wildly before It tow arils
Texas, The superintendent called his men
together and they Btarted to follow the herd.
The men became separated, nnd Friday
night one of them wandered Into a ranch,
half dead with cold mid hu.iger. He told
liis story, and a rescuing party was iniiiia
diatelv Bent out At noon the frozen bod
ies of the superintendent nnd two of the
men were found.
Wednesday's papers reported nuothor
blizzard raging iu Now Mexico, and the
despatch added that "a frightfully destruc
tlve saud storm has raged for IS hours,
and the damage to houses will reach thou
amis of dollars. The storm extends 2(H)
miles south and nil trains are delayed."
Another student has died of typhoid fever
at Yale college, making four in all.
Five workmen were overwhelmed iu a
floisl of molten iron from n broken furnace
at Lebanon, Pa., on Monday, and their
lsnlies were burned beyond recognition.
Three others were injured.
The marriage of ex-Secretary llayard to
Miss Clynier of Washington tisik place yes
terday. Ex President and Mrs. Cleveland
were among the guests.
A terrible election riot occurred at the
isilling plaae iu WoodslKro district, Mary
bind, Tuesday afternoon. A county con
stable tins shot, the judges were driven
from the room and the ballot Isix was
taken. Opposite factions arrayed them
selves on each side of the road and fired on
each other. A light tisik place at Haiti
more slurtly before the closing of the
sills iu one of the precincts, between John
Apple, it fusionist ticket-holder, and Win
Driscoll, n Democrat. Apple was knocked
down and kicked iu the head, and wnsdeud
when picked up. Driscoll is held for the
A horse was rousted to death by an elec
trie lignt current in New York city on
Monday. A telephone wire, crossed with
nn electric light wire hud fallen to the
street. A horse attached to a Herald de
livery wagon stepped on the wire and was
thrown instantly to the ground. His dnv
er was thrown out by the shook, ami when
he attempted to liberate the horse was him
self prostrated Citizens attracted to the
scene noticed Hashes of blue Hume inming
from nil parts of the horse's Issly. ami the
smell of burning llesh was perceptible hall
a block away. The s dice formed a guard
around the animal ami after much delu)
the wires were cut and the Issly was draw n
olf. A (Milieu sergeant, who struck his
foreheud against the wire, was thrown
down and the imprint of the wire was
burned into his llesh.
Emperor William of (lermany is on a vis
it t4 Constantinople, where he has received
a llattering welcome. There is tulk that he
may decide to visit this country iu the near
Nhoutil M'figr-Worlier Orctmir.
Wage-workers, who have for years been
supjsirting costly lubnr organizations,
would do well to study the following stntis
tics, ami nsk themselves if they have gain
ed enough through their unions to pay for
the expenses of maintaining them, to sat
nothing of the cost of strikes. All wage's
nilvnnced during tho twenty tears from
1WI0 to 1880, in some occupations mure
thau others, but it docs not upjieur that the
organizations have secured the greatest nd
vances by any ineiuis. The lowest gain in
any class of lalsir. except one, was 14 per
cent., in iron milling, and the miners' or
ganization has been nearly as extensive nnd
fully as aggressive as any of the others.
The employes iu the j.l.OOil Hour nulls scat
tered over the country hate had little, if
any, organization, yet their wages hate ad
vanced XI per rent in the same time. The
Imot and shoe workers, with costly and ex
tensive organizations nnd freijucut strikes,
gained it'i jier cent in wuges. On the other
hand, the blacksmiths, who are tisi far
scattered for effective organization, and
who, on the whole, have kept out of strikes,
gained 47 per cent ( 'urpeutcrs in thorough
union gained !K per cent, and the osipers.
whose organization has been very is,se.
gained 00 jwr cent ; the gas workers ."rif
per cent, and the upholsters Itfi per cent
The cigar makers, whose strikes have been
the most freijucut nnd costly, can show a
gain of only ,8 per cent. The comparison
might lie extended much further, but this
is far enough Ui show that organization has
not been entirely successful in advancing
wages. On the contrary, however, the
facts strongly confirm the lelief that work
era left entirely free to make whatever ar
raugeiueuts with their employers their
qualifications muy sncure hate been sue
cessful iu obtaining the best wngts.
.lim'iicnii A'arniiii-c (Itizi'tt?.
A Netr Krmrilr for llhriiiiiiilisin.
Dr Terc, of Vienna, has discntered u
cure for rheumatism iu liee stingiui;s llav
ing found that every stinging is followed
by u swelling up to a Mnl when tin, Issly
seems to hate become hardened against
further elfect, he ttied the stinging on n
rheumatic patient. I'poii saturating the
patient's system with the bee isnsou the
rheumatism disappeared. Dr. Terc has ap
plied his remedy in 17.1 cases, and has iu
tlicted oil, 000 stiugillgs, and now keeps a
colony of l,ees on his premises who nre em
ployed iu this work. Ijimlim -Vioiii
V oiTcr Urn Huinlreil I Lilian Kvuan) for any
rjiHt or ratarrti that fan tnt U'l'iintl b takin',;
llall'H Catjirrh t'urn.
V J. rHKNKV .V (tj , rrop'K. ToI.'.... O
UV, Hit umlertsliiiittl, haf knoHii K J riiency
fur thf lul 15 j urn, and ltt-lifti lilm jHTftvlty
lioiiorulile In all huHhifHti tranuu lions, ami fiimn
rldlly allf to curry nut an i'lili;atiiiH nial li
'rt & Truax. w IuUi4.il. ilriiirliH, Tol.tlo. o.
U'aUlin, Kfniiau Martin, uliolfiuijfiliiilist.,
K, II Van HofHon, ('atliier Toltilo National
Hank. Tnleilo, K
HairHCatarih Curt- W taken inUTiully. aiilu
iliivi'tly u Min I lie IiIimhI and iiiiuaoiiiKiiiiati'Kot
the h)Kteiu I'rlif 7't ivntu nr lNttle Sokl l
GUDWORTH & GUILDS,
IO Ciobr lllorli,
ItU.VTTLKItOUO, . VT.
Heal Estate k Loan Agt.
STHAYKI OH KTOI.KN from my premise, Oc
tober 3i, a hunt hiuwii, khortdiains) du with
uliiU feet, utilw In fuee and on tip of tail, u ild
aUmt pounds, woie a tidlar bearing my naiiie,
and ansHem tn the name of Carl. The alsiw re
ward will Im Khel) for his return, or for anj ac
tount of lilm hervhy I can recover him.
E. J. TAUPKNTKIt. (luilfonl, Vt.
Bmart and Intelligent men to travel and Holiclt
orders forTrtfa, Hhmhs, Vines, etc. HaUiy atid
eiiieiiscMor nicu commission,
H, T. CANNON A- CO.,
VYOUNU MANnhnut'Jd.nr pssl hahils, nnd
can Kite Mullsfactory refereniNnas to char
acter, etc, to dttve haler'n Mil eon W a tees
ier month. Address lmmedl.iuly. yhliiK n-fer-eiicca.
etc., to V. V. t'UHIIMANM Ii Third uenua.
New York City.
TP luroInvUSoulliloiKeiiaiKl Ijiailia. On
I 0 attount of the sale of one of my farms thU
line hl.sk Ul I) sold, H. H. I'l I ATI".
13K1S ASU HIIOATH fur Hale.
W. V. WAI.KKIt, Iiumuirreton.
THE VERMONT IMICENIX,
WIN s; f -s. ,
Is a constitutional nnd not a loonl disease,
and therefore It cannot be rurrd by local ap
plications. It requires a constitutional rem.
fdy like Hood's 8irsaiarlll.i, which, working
through the blood, cr.idlcntcs tho Impurity
which causes and promotes tho disease, and
meets a permanent cure Thousands of
pcoplo testily to the success of Hood's Hirsa
parllla as a remedy for catarrh when other
preparations had tailed, Hood's B.irsapnrllla
also builds up the whole system, nnd makes
you feel renewed iu health and strength.
Soldlr'llilniKRliui fl.iliforfl l'rciare,lonlr Soldlr stl druKittiti. (I. illforlU. Prfpsrf Jontj
ijC I ttooll A I'll,, Apothecaries, Loull, Mssl. bj (' I 11(1011 CO., AKtliecrle, Lowell, Mm
IOO Dosos Ono Dollar 100 Dosos Ono Dollar
In l1,im.l.liV. N H , Orl pi, a mn to Mr ami
Mr. Win. Mfirilt Dt t in. n Mm in Mr ami Mr
lu Nortli tlhinUlf, N 1 1, O.t .(uliiiilit.r to
Mr ainl Mr .Mm I, Klutr
In Itf-llitUK KulK o l ft, (i moii to Mr nml Mr
In WiittN.iV. X It ,
In Krtnt I'liirr, No
i t 11, n rxnto Mr ainl Mm
V ii son to Mr ami Mr ('
In Itnittlfliorii. Not . 1 lti I'titlitT ('iiiiuiiije
litiiii, I'atrx k (' Fit mi of Voiifli , Mui , uinl
Mnr Httfi-iniM of It ml it. 1m. n.
In UnliTax, No -I, liy W lloraii' I'miM, Mr
ritt Wliftr ami Klon i U.tli or Hi.-1
in iiiniroi.i. o i. i.ii.-ii.itiiw , if.'..m..-i.uc
AUnli Sinitli. Mi
In UVs-t fh.M.Mi. I.l, N II . Not I Mm A Mil
In I'ntiift, S'nv thiiiitlin I. TIiwImk, w ifr of
Kim-rt Mutitllt'M, TAt
In WanUlHiro. (M :it. KtU, il.tutrlit.-r of Alotio
ami A hit Itolrl wm, ',
liiStnitli.ii. n. t Mm Hull. )I ilU in
Iti t'l.iit'MiMiit. N II . I iiil i HIh ll, lirotht-r ol
Mik Arit-I h'liitiuiii of .laniaii'ti
In Kit-t I'ovit, Not t. Alloti, toiinc'l ton of
Mr ami Mr- U I I lail.nlav . I"
In Nor Ii llitiwlalf. N II, M .Mir, witVoi
NHkoh 1 homa. 'ir
In l(moii. Mam , irt si, (ieornv Non-rosih
ft rotim-il) or Cli.Tst.-ili.-M. N II
In Cat uva, N Y . t A. .1 Kut-m- K U h o
AtthiMot, N II . M
In cni.-l.ld. N Y. o.t. -i Hon H.-Wittf St.-ph.-tiN
Si) ratli.-rof Mr I I. I'lul. ii
U ril-irr In rail Hit' nit'-nlioti uf I.iiiiiU'miii'M
Mitlnif ii ami KaniM-rH t 'tin att' Cnw. ( ul Saw.
I or w liii-li ui a(-nKr-iilt as fai ouUti iiiii all
otlit-ra HI til' lllllk-t 'J 1 1 will tin nut tliin!
iiii-iv work, tit'iiiti-(llnisl nl) halt n of .n, ami
tin-ti-sliiii"h of (ho- w I K will- iiou iisiiiitr thi-ii
In that urtr Hirer lrts' itiiiHtttnt u- tli'y w ill
KAntMiMltT hikI fa-tfr than ttu- ut ih'h l
II I'll Alrto I'l'titlaiittV on lliltxl it otitli'tt Utlf nt
Cross Cut, Woml ami Hmul Saws,
Files anil Hasps,
Itcltiiii; ami Lacing,
Axes, Sloili;tvs ami Vili;os,
Stakts 'Vviwv ami Hiiiiikm Chains,
Wi- isT'i Irani.-' th- n ilit i.f n ,tr j., 'i ami
VMIIhIaih-sIk la.l I" "l'1-.t. H. i . nil th. -in
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Assortment of (i rain, Meal, Food,
Bran, MiiMlings-, c, nor nllr
cil in Windham Ciimily. Call tor
iartiriilars anil prices.
E. CROSBY & GO.
THE ESTATE OF
ni UK.srMlNsn.lt UKsT.
Id at Hif!i. a u hoii. N'lV.-inU-r lllh
iw. at lOoil.Hk m
i aic:i ,o iis .in iritis
One in ire. 1 1 sear old, m
one mail'. m ears i Id.
n) diltTainl w.nkt r.
lie V'"!'" '""II one
in tit. tour months ..Id: nine l-.nhI d iir
,ejir old lieifHrs. the euihnt; luihih ton
iiMrse Wool l.uiilis; one slumt, (,ltoiH. f ui . ii
(il.llitltj of ii.lt fliiu. . i hiisht) of o.iU, one V'
horse luinU-r tiiK'ii oiie travel ni' jled. one hum
uli 'i I. one I IioIm- hied, olie Millie rl'l:l . one I
mower; hoi-s. r.iUe; three pious and other I
iiiriiniiK ioois iihi niiineioiix in iiiemioti; ai a
U.intit of lion- hold fin nit nn 'I he aliot e f.uni
Is sitliiteil aUxit two ini'es from W eMminMer
Ve.t and is one of the lieM dairv lllnl hI.h k f trios
III ftmilMer A Hiltioil of'ptll'cll.W inolie)
e.ui lemaill on inoitK'Ue
IlKu II rilll.l.Ii'S. AdiiiinMi.itor
i T I'AKhHt. Alii tiolteer
1MIM;TNT All (Hit of Itmii Mlldetits or tin-
Ami School of l-iii mi.l ..ti.. r .rijit.K..'riii.-
i Sliortliiinil tfon fit'i'iit i'XN-n, uini iim a-i
1 timml iiilvniitnifrK 4,1 tl licfet '
mul .'itnt.ti ici ut t,'iitiiti.i) iiitiuii i
I ami iiioiim Ituim- Iihiim-m I
I lH'Hrillll(,- Mli,llill ullln Ht.-lit t-.k-
,, ,, , kl'I'lH-lb 1111(1 St.l,l;lllltll,'-M. tltl- 1
t lllli' till' U-nrtlt .In..!,,, ...iiul,,,;,,, ('.ltNHI.I.
1 iril MN.VSII M. A 111 ri'llKKS. (.'..ll, !!,' I'l.i.v,
EMERSON & SON, - 2 Main St.
Are (Von NIioiiIuk Thrlr New
ANTIQUE OAK CHAMBER SETS
Al.o I'ull l.iur or
I used Hood's 8arsaiirlll.t for catarrh,
nnd received urcaf relief and benefit from It,
Thpr.il.irrh was tery dlsairreeahle, epeclaly
, In the winter, ranting const .mt discharge from
my nose, ringing noises In toy ears, and palm
tn tho back of my head. The effect to cleat
my bend In tho morning by hawking nnd spit
ting wis painful. Hood's H.trs.ipaM!1.i gavo
me relief lintiiedlntelv while lu time I was
entirely cured, I think Itmsl's Kirsaparllla
Is worth Its weight lu gold." Mils. (I. IMltnn,
lffJ i:iB!ith Street, N. W., Washington, D. 0.
ALSO 0TIIKK ItllAI, K STATE AT
Bailey & Miner's Agency.
Mn QCn S4,",,llf"i' TliHMaHilA-ed (n
IIUi 0DU "ir hands thin Meek am) It in koIiik
tot'HoM One of the tlnent rettldenevK ftwliat
tlelHiro, nil one of (he tiewt Htn-eti. Tour IlllllUteH
walk ftom the iNift ntUee Nkv Punier lot, nf
l,3 feet of land Thin house Is new and han
tieier U-eii (M-euifed: 3i ttory with I my ulndou
ami naas, tery net an.lta.t Hntrarnvn riom
twontreets. The Inside Is well arranged fortw
rainilifM and entitelv wH'rate, or ran lie thrown
toKf ther for one met rt-Kldehce Fifteen larKt'
well lighted iihuiih uilh clottetK for eery riHiui
Kire iitacett with tuautleft.kit hen and dining nxHii
tlidslieil In asli and eht nj Heated throughout
with -tea m fi-utii a new Victor tmlh-r Hot and
(sild water w itli hath rotims on l-tli lloorw Klee
trie wites o all ,ri of I he house; lu fart alt
tuoiterii imiiroeiiM ntH, and is ready for house
keeping tmlav Tn any one wishing one or the
Imm, Me Khali lie pleased to tdjon ti this one
lerilis ea.sy 1'rlce
Hfl CQQ t'otlai; farm, mile ftotn tM
II Ut DOOi ollhv, hlotei. i htirclu's and deHit
furs In MUht or the house. Nicated on a niali
ntad er (leawuit "lhlityacnsof land Will
kis-p four cows nnd I-.ts or iiiiltry t'ottayi
hoiine. hoi-, twirn. cattle luiru and la nner 'I he
I ii i Idiots were all i tainted once, in rviviir
and will make a nice home for koiih one I'lict
Wn Q CO Connecticut talle) farm, lsncretiot
ilU. OOOilnnd, llullesrromM(SNy'NHch(Kd.
iu citioii. t Hood two-ior house, fair Itan
and Huiue extiu ihl land, las Ieel and Hiuouth
'1 his rum hasheeii slightly lietfleeteil In repairs
nmt the price w ill he made insnidinnly, hut a lit
tletniii and push will make this an extra mi
farm Unnl wilt mine tottacco. Imps or any kind
'fjfiain Near Hchool and i:ooi nelkthliors It
mot1(ai;ed for $lm that can hi) to suit puruha
Mn 00 Hors farm. We wish to catl stm
IlU ODZ. lal attention to this faun as the lo
cation the tlKtance from KrattlcUiro lll.i(fe, the
dine out to it makes this one of the mmt denlr
alile pla(s- we hae Altout VJT, acrea of land
Three luileHon the rond to 1'litliey line half ol
the farm hewon either side of the nuid with aliout
'Winnple shade trees on the roa.li.ide in front ol
the t.iiildiiiK All of the tilUe land Is Intel, m.
much mo that a half mile track could le laid out on
the east meadow with Ittlt little Km-Milk' It will
kei-p W cirnn iu summer and 1 in winter, hut
should ! used ns a horse farm, and a little inonej
laitl out on the hitildiiitrs fence, etc. will put
this idace amoiijf tin- hint It Is known as the M
M Miller horse rami, and to placed in our hands
to wll To aii one looking foi a nice home on a
ukI. near h farm, on a K'sl nnd with no hilln
(siikh and look at this one tte will k'' oil sat
isracti ir terms and pricr at ur ufllce
Mn Q C I l'air farm Four miles from I'm
IlU. 001, ne. t (naifi-l nutd. 'Jsu acre
of cooit luittl. ni acres m tillage land fuuuit
;n ton or hay Will raise ftit Inihels of com. &
hushels of o,it s and other crop" Will yiiminei
and winter Ji to i" cows and team Oncextrn
tine wood lot of .tiiacres Supir orchard of nn
tres. ttt hm kets with tuar house. etatmrAtoi
and all the toots for siuar inaklnn (tootl hulld
iijM, tj stor house pnintel and Minded, om
Ull II iMtllUl'l one t'lxV, Mlth shtl lt) reet loll
also currlAi; hou-, coin ltaruaiid pf'ireiy (h o
l 'iiinuifc' water to h'Hie. Uu u and cieaim-rv One
half miles from hi tusil Will sell this farm oi
e.it terms I'rict- .,! il
M fl 0 K 1 ' '""taliw ' acn-sor land t hat has l-si
IlU 00 I "ted as a farm, hut wilt 1- sold as a
I wist ii re and wmd lot Some tiii-e wood, altout U'
ii:ar trees 1 lie iKisture will keep 7 to XUsiws li
siimmi r U II feints) and hamh to ir t at. I'rht
Mn OCR a 1" farm 1 1 mile from a il
IlU OUJku'eand pl-twintl lHnted Korti
acies tillage land latsstuooth and can ) moweti
with a nun hine cut 4-i tons of k'oo.1 ha thi
tar. Kxtra vooI uuture that will hummer Is
ows 'I here is wood and tltnl-r enough on thi
place t pu for it in the mill Hon-e is suited foi
tw.. funiih. and m jfo. repair Hnm Uirn Kx
sii new w ithin two jeans, ivllar under the whole
ItunniiiK water to house und )mru We can m-II
thi. farm on easj terms and rie a la larKain
Send for printed Catalogue of Ileal Khtate
BAILEY &l MINER,
Heal K-late Agents,
ititA i i i.i:iioitii, . vr.
At Wholesale and Retail
Flour, SiiKiir, Tea, I'olTcc, Spires, Hill
sitto, Cltcc-p, l.ciiiotii, lliiiimias und ull
slnpli' kooiIs imiiilly sold In a Ki'occrj
-loti' al inoilcralc prices. All kooiW re
lallcil III lie for ca-li or read) pay.
BLODGETT & DeWITT
K. W. lil.OlMJK'l T.
. l. Do IVI'IT.
Kusy to llaiullo ami Saves Shov
el ing Snow.
Tliii U jitrt tlu time to set one of thet.e
Di viT" in your yntil, as after the ground
ftt'i'i'M it uill lie utmost im)ot,t,ili!e to ilo it.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 188!).
AND SANTA FE
Tho ItOVDS ol' Uio follow Iu
naiiird Issues are liiclmloil, and
slioulil Im dcposltod Tor cxrlnuio
uiid(r tho plan orrcorpuilallon :
AI(hlioii, Top thu ,V Sitiiln I'r Hull
Ytpt Mottifnjfe. twri, T jn f tint,
Yv percent llonds, p.Hifi. f.rctnt
Con-olidHted MntUrnye, 1!)!. 7 n t trtil.
M K I'ht Mrieiit Hutidfi. 1W ftiKT lent
Four mul om tinlf mt ( eiit S F lloiid-, V.r& 4U
v r i i-iit
Sli HT((iit S F Smired Ilonds, lull, C percent.
CulliitirnlTniPl Fhe per mt. Ilomln. l'.M7. 5 m r
bind Omul Mortnue. 1!no, ; ptrtetit.
4'oit lrr, Sunnier mid I'l. Sinitli 11, II.
Co, Fir! inoituHt;e. iwn. nr cent
IMnrrii-c, ICIdoradti and al. Vnl II.
IK t'ttt First inoriiHtic, iptr7. T p r ( nt
Khiimiki Til)-, ICtilporln A Suiilli. It II.
Co. Find tiiortjjaye p.Kf.i, 7 percent
KniiNii ( It). TopeliH & Wmtern It. It.
(', I'irit niurtuHK' . r.ntS, 7 p rient
KniiBnn Hy, Topoltn AVestern It. It
Co. Im ome, itmfi, 7 per n-nt
.llnrlon A nicIMierkon It. II .
l-iml inort(,'ne, IMJ.J pr ' nt
Tlin New Mexico A Sotiiliern Par. II.
II Co. Fiim niortnk't', nft, 7 (kt tnt
Thr I'urlilo A Arkanaaa Vnllry It, It.
Co 1 1 nd inortKBi;'' VM. ', ttrut.
U'lrhlla A oiithUFlern It It. Co.
Firf t r.mrtKHKe, H". 7 i r cent
Kan.CII), Lmu reiit'e A South. It. II
Cfi. Find lnoff4HKe. VW, 6 p r ci lit
Soiitltrrtt Khiinrh A Western II II. f'o
Fir-1 niort'iKc l''ln, J percent
Suiiiiirr Count) II. It Co.
Firt itiorrgini't lHJtl, 7 per cent
Otlatta A Ilurlliiuloii It. It. Co.
First timrtt'iltfe, YAfl, H-r it nt
The Mnithrrn Knn. Ily Co. (iiill'Dlv.
Firl inort'itfe. u per ti nt
'llit? Stniilicrii KatmaM It) Co.
IlKome I'.rJT (J per i t-nl
The Southern Kan. II y Co.ol Texan.
Firri inorijfnjif, Ili7, 5 per cent.
A., 'V. A S. 1'. It. It. Co. In htcHno.
Firf t inorUiiinf, m il ,'int tent.
California Southern It. It. Co.
r'irpt imirtHKt". rA, it s r ( eiit.
Chlcauo. sanla IV A California II')
Co. r irpt tinttttrii.'i V.i, r ( cut
Tho t'liltaiso, Khiimuh A Weitrrn It.
It. CO. I Ifrl lllortL'it'C I'.Wl .rMTt('Ut
tiulr. Colorado A Santa I'e lt' Co.
Firt-t uiortk'Mt- )'''. 7 s r nt
(.'ill. Coloradtt A Santa Fe It) Co.
Second i aortal (, c, lujrj, e p.-r n nt
Sonora Itallua)- Co.. Unillod.
Firet mortH,,'', 1'jiu, 7 p r t eiit
l.eaten., 'I'opeka A SiMtthttentern lt'y
, (o mui morticu , IHU, 4 per Foi
(lie otie-tialf tiaranunl by Alt hl-Hii Co.
Tlio U'lclilta A Western It, It. Co.
Firt mortal. r.d4, u per t-iii (No lioTi'l mt
Tin KtimiiiHii, 1'ratl A Went, lt.lt. 'o.
FlTPt tnorti:ne rjp'i, 0 m r i cut i No- 1 to Im
The Chicago, Kan hum A Western It.
It. Co. I m om' Itntid l'rii ttpertnt
Calllornla Southern It. It. Co,
Income Itonth-, VJtfi, 0 jHTrtnt
I)po(iits may le made and mtlflratM rccrivisl
UNION Tit imr COMPANY, 7S llroad-
a)-, e York.
IN ION Tit 1ST COMPANY. Itooni '2(1,
II A Milk Street, HoMtoM.
KtiiDiat, i'i; noiv a coM i m
lctoiihlre Street, Ilooton.
.fllCIICIIANTS LOAN A 'MU ST CO.,
HAItS; IlltOTIIIiltH A' CO.,H lll.li-opuale-
1 1 Ii I ii, London, i;. C,
Circular til containing full details, can ! ha
at the ftlK.v addrew. nnd alio at otth -h of Kid
der IVatMlv A !' N 1 Nassau v-,.(.t NVw
York, an 1 .Y Ah lu- n omian No nk. St
J. V. lti:i.MI lit ', Id. Vlrr.l'ir.l.
llhXHUIht MAIIllt S ( li.ili it, iii .,f II...-U.1
The Mont Haccrssful Ilrmedr ever dts
orered, at It It certain la lt effetU aad duet uot
blister. Ilea.1 proof below.
Office of Charles A. Snyder,
tletclind Itay nd Truttlnc Tired Iforie.
Kuiwood, III.. Not. 3 t5.
UR. Tl. J. KfrniLLCo.
lxiir Sirs I h.ie alwnys pnrchatst yoir Kn
lull' StuiTtu Cure v the hidf dozen iMXtlen. I
would like- priee In larger quantity. 1 think Mi
mieof ttm Is-sl lintmetit- on erth, I uavu n! It
Ycjri truly, Chu. JU Bttdeb.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
, Uroowltx, K. V., Norember 3, 1
Dr. R J. KtxDAU, Co.
lear Sin I desire tn plro ymi tet1mrrdal of my
Rood opinion of jour Ketnlai sHp-iTln Cure I bate
iifcit It for I,Hitirnc. Mlir Joints nnd
npavinn.and 1 haru found it a sure cur., I cordi
ally recommend It lo all horsemen.
Your truly. A IT. nn bfht,
.Manager Troy Laundry Sublet,
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Bast. Wistos Cocktt, Ohio, Dec. IJ, JSSS.
DR.D.J. Kbsdau. i
(ienti . I feel It my duty to mt what I hare done
lth you; Kentlalf'a Si-arln Cure. I hae cured
twenty flrB hornes that had tspaTlna, ten of
Ulnar Hone, nine affll 'list u(th 111 tr Head and
seven of lllir Jaw. liinee I hive had one of your
hooks aiul followed ttia tllrts.tloua, I have tieer
luata foanf any kind.
Your truly, Andrew Ttryev,
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Price 11 per bottle, or six bottle for $ All Prutr
glfta havelt or can cet it for you, or It will Lw aeut
to any addresion reeelpt of i rtce by the proprle
sold by all druggists.
wi fn- u. . lij xo., citi wuuiu rati. , u
one ol tie BEST MEDICINES ever loratel
HRFECT & IMMEDIATE RELIEF IN CASSS OF
PAIN AND INFLAMMATION,
Mh Eitcrnallrand Internally. It It safe and rep
pin In Its action For Burns, Poisoning, En si pel as.
Inflammation of the Ees or Dowels, Earache,
Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains in Side, Hack, or
Shoulders, Piles, Sore Throat, Croua or Bron
rhitis. Price 2$ cts. and f 1. at all druggists.
C. MORGAN 6l SONS. Proprlotor,
PROVtULNCE, H. I.
HOSTON, Nm 0 Th.' leading featuie In the
Imtter inutli-t (lit- week Is an aiUantvuf onetvnt
In Hie Kliin market The western eivamerj- (s
rtosel out liere and tlie hliliply from the et.( In
enrtnile.l No eliaiiKe In rleeM ean Ih made vv it It
any .teirree of aeniruey as tlie iwiles have tieen
tililit. Western irealneiy atft 'i eents fn lar(fe
lets and a lnsible tor iiet'inl lirands. l'lelit
of seeond class liutter ean be tioiiKlit at 2I&','..'
wnts. Cbete. llVif.lt eenu. Ottier eomitry ro
iliu"e hhows mi material cluing!' In price.
ST. I.(H'S. Nov 5 Wheat. No. 3 nil C
Corn, No. 1 mixed M4 Oats, iraiVJie. Kye.
No. a :is4C
IVrtf VoKk Mlorli imtl .lloncy .Tlnrltrl.
New Yuri. Nov. .V (Jove rnment ltouds:
' U, cuuikii . 1 ;
" ls, . . lOIV,
M'ntrrlot.n C'lillle itlnrhrli JVov. 5.
Market lleef- A ery few choice at fit no il.,V) j
extra, .t M4tf' 7.1; first iiuality, J'..il'iitV-i; sec
ond quality, SI.:4i,$I.T.'i; tlilrd iiuality, II.UDffi
Store Cattle--Working oxen, V Ialr, Srotlii)
KaucCuws, S0(Tr;75: Mllcli Cows and CaUes. $J."
jearllnt's, sca.l(j; two rears old, liii'JS;
three J ears old, $ Jl.s.l.
8w Ine Western fat live, t!-4 cts; Northern dress
ed hogs, 5lc.
Hli cell and Lambs- In lots, .' Ik), .lk)iS..1.y)each;
extra,, l.lk)jA.'i, or from slftMj ctsW n. Hlirin
Veal Calves, 3g.Mic. V B.
Country llidt-s.lva.iHc. V Country Tallow,
iWe.W t. Calf rlklns, .V. V-; IVIt. MhjMii!.
each. I)alry tikius 1.10c. each.
Ilrnlllrboro I'rtrrs C'urrrnl.
1'otatoes V hu., Coa76 Hides V D.,
leans, lilua.Ku Calfskfiui, each,
Hotter, V t'., ISa'-M l'ork, dresd,
Cheese, ' IWf
Kkks V Jo.. Mutton, live ut.,
.,..I.. Urn... -ii.,u.i .,...L
r cm.iv, . cui,
Tea, Jaiiau, V 8''., 'ta75
Ml " Ooloiii;, " tuaul
Slaw " Y. Ilvson" iiMisi
l:U1.1 lloll.l Ull. V Kal.. (U
Potatoes, W hit.,
Ilutter, V .,
KKKS, V don.,
.Molasses, V fal.
Halt, T. I., V hit.
fk.ru, V Im.,
HO Haw " " is)
40ui) Kerosene, " ISaii)
Wall!) liar, ton, liOOalMe
SU Wiwtl, V eord, 1 Kiivl IX)
UUlJ Kl.mr.V 1.1,1.. Stltell.'sl
W Itye meal, 1 7.1
ft) (VttoiiHtHMl meal, 1 .Ti
Ml III an, mini iu
10.1 0 I Tin ruder, I m
1 (klal l Mi.l.llliiK's, 1 1a1 II",
I K (Irahaiu meal. V H
Cal. V I'll.,
Knimi' rate miui. of tli..
To ! fnuiii! In lh-ir Mov In (thhT Hint ynn mny
knu;, heir In (In I 'mi h iriftta:
Prlnco tllipil .SuIIh.
II ami (IiiiIIdii Ciilinrny Suits.
1-ltiilloii Cii lawny Suits.
1 mul i liutloit Suck Suits.
l)uulilo-lirpnst(il Stick Null h.
Itout;li mid smooth -Goods Oter
coats. Heelers mid Vests.
L'nderwear in all grades.
Hose, woolen and col Ion, includ
ing lioine-iiiatle woolens.
Woolen Outside Sliirls.
White Shirts, laundered and nn
laundered. Every Day Cotton Shirts.
Fancy Shirts, laundered and nn-
Collars, linen, imper, celluloid.
Neckwear, 4-iii-hand and made
Stocks and Itlaek Silk llaudker-
chiel's lor old men's wear.
Handkerchiefs, silk, linen, cotton
li loves and Mittens.
Arm Klastics and (iarlei-.
Trunks and Hags.
Kxtension Cases and Valises.
Umbrellas, Silk, Alpaca, Cing
bam. Hoy' Suits, Overcoats, and Odd
Large assortment ol Woolens lor
YOUNG & KNOWLTON
L TAT K V V li ltFo l."IiirThT,7u
O Tin I'n.bat t'uurt rr mM In-nrict
Tn all iierwim lntitt hi tlt- t-.tat- of .InllN
A WAKK. lat- of WimKiHini In sakl Ilixtrk t.
U ht-rfOH Norman V Juliiison lias prt'w nt-tl to
tlils court an Instrunifiit punortin; to th Ia.-t
will of naiil iletvafI for prolmt?: - You an hriv-
vy nouneti mai una couit will Ufcii.it- iiikhi tin
prut a tt of tsrtkl InMrunif nt at u m-hhIoii theivof to
Im heM at the l'roluitf CHUlv In Itrattlflxim, in
said ilMrict, on the Wh day of Novt-mlr. ls't.
when and where oil may aear and content the
(vime. If you cause
E W. STOIHAHI. KegMr.
UTATK F i:it.1IO.M , Wehtminster SS
01 The Trohate Court for said In-ttlct.
To all tietoUH Interested lu the estate of f 1'
lUIiUKTT. Ute of Tow ntshend, In said dls.trict.de
Vou are herehy notified that this court w III de
cide on the allowance of the account of Oscar H
(larfleld, Administrator uoii said Kttate, and de
cree distribution thereof to the iiersolis entitled,
at a 1M1UI Kttloil thereof to tie held at the hotel
oft) V Coombs in Tow nnhi-nd, on tlie Tth day of
It-ceniUr, isj, when and where you may U
heard in the premises, if jou see tuuse
45 C 11. hlM . lU-t;iter
STATKOF Vi:itl.T, WehtUUIifiter, SS
The 1'iolMite Court for said I)Mrict.
To all jeions iutcriMed in the estate of IlEN
HY H KKLTO.V, late of Jamaica, in said IMrht,
You are hereby not if 1 til that this court will de
cide upon the allowance of the account of Clscar
H (iartield, Executor dihjii the estate ofs.udde
cea.ied, and ilecree dlstriimtiou thereof to the per
soim entitled, at the session thereof to lie hell at
the hotel of O K Coomlis in Tow usheiid. on the
Tth day of Jietvudier. lss'., when and wherenu
may be heard in the prcniUes, if wm see cause
t'HAS It. EfUlY, Hester
ESTATE OF tlEOHOK II SAI.ISMVUY
I he nndeii;ned haiint; teen ap)Niitel b (he
Honorable l'riliutf Court for the mxtrkt or Marl
Imii-o ctiumitioi)ers to recehe, examine and ad
just all iluiniH and ilemands of nil n-rwous aahM
the estate of (Jeorge II Sahbury, late of Itrattle
bom. In wild district, deceased, and all claims
exhibited in olTset then to. hereby nlr imtice
that we will meet for the purtose aforesaid nt
WilliamS Newton's otlhv In Hratl letmro, on the
:tth day or Noember and the Wit day of April
next, from o'clock c w until 1 u'elo k p u , on
each of said dajs, and th.it six months from the
iiUt day of (Ktiijer. A 1. issi. is the time limit
ed by said court for said creditors to prest-iit
their claims to us for examination and allowance
Dated atltiutlMH.ro. this Jlthday of Oi totier.
A D. lhKii
Mi.iiiNsioM:it o rii'i:.
V. ESTATE OK tiEtiKOE U. Al.HEE
The undersigned having lieen apHinted bvthe
Honorable l'robute Couit for the lUstrht of Marl
boro Coniiuls.viuiu'1-s to recelw, examine and ad
just all claims and demands of all persons against
theestateof (ieorge L AUee, late of Wliitinghaiu
in sait) district, deceased, and all claims exhth
ited in offset thereto, hereby gie liotlci that
we will meet for the purisixH aforesaid at tlie
H prlii s boU-1 in Whltingham.on the first Salurday
oi lecetnlier and the first Salimlaj of April next
from 1 o'ckick i m. until I p. m ,ou ejn h of said
dnjs. and that fix months from the K'th ilay of Oc
tob r lsri.Msthethue limited bysaidi-ourtfors,Ud
crethtoi-s topieseut their t laiins to us fur examina
tion and allowance
Hated at Wliiifnglmm this 1st da) of Nov.. Is".
n " " FAULKSKK. ! fommi.sione.-s.
ESTATE OF O. A. IV.EI.I.E
i'he uudersitftieil, having I teen duly appointed
bvthe Honorable 1 Vol nit e Couit for the Itistrlct of
IarlboroCommlssioiierii to iccelve, examine and
adjust all claim and demands of all itersomt
agaitlht theestateof (). A. lJUelle. late of Dover
in said ilistrict. deivaseil, ami all claims exhibit
In offset thereto, hereby give uutice that we
will meet for thepuriose aforesaid, at the late
residence of said deceased on the 30th day of No
vemlier. mt, and the J.tli of ApiU next, from
'4 o'clifck p. M until J o'chK'k p u , on each of said
days,athl that six months from the M day of ( w
toiler. ISH'i, Uthe time limited by said court for
sjdtl cnilit4ir to present their claims to us for ex
animation and allowance
I atetl ut Dover this M day of Novctntier. is..
WE HAVE IN STORE!
A larK and ileMlruble htoi'k of
Fall nnd Winter OvoitohIs,
Dress nml Husinoss Sails,
Vests mul Trousers.
SiMH-lul ImrRalnx In nil linm of
Ready - Made Clothing
IIOVS' SUITS AXI OVIMtCOATS
In Krcat taiMy al low iriiivt.
l-'l It ll-SlNl:ss ANII
S2.00, $2.25, $2.50 and $2.75.
Thi'w fth nlt well nml ltnifiiiihl niaili-. m lii'lhtt; Mi1
CELEBRATED DUTCHERS & McMILLAN MAKE
For $3.00 to $6.00
We hat e an nlintmt finllctw arlrty In
Mixtures, Plaids, Stripes, Plain and Fancy Worsteds, Sawyer's,
Harris's, Cheviots and Scotches.
OUR STOCK OF YOUTHS' FINE TROUSERS
Kmm shumnn Co are iimal t nisbnu mk al one half I he i. ,
Boys' Long and Knee Pauls 50c, 75c, $1.00 and up.
STARKE Y &WELLM AN
COMBINATION CLOTH tRS.
THE AVIIM.-KNOWX IlIi.VXK, (JCKKX CITY MILLS, lm heen ..M from this
store fur the lint ten curs ami lias nil ctalli-,liel re,uir.'.,in 111(111 (ilt.MIL
FAMILY ri.OI'lt. It lias no Miierior in the maiket. ()V ii the time tn l,uy )our
winter's iipily. It is niaile fnint nil old lllieut. The priee lias just lieen reilueeil oil
cents per liarrel ami tlie quality never wan lietter.
EDWARDS & LILLIS
Hat Hip lun;pt nml lirst nssoiiiurnt l
Hats and Gaps
To lie ronnil in Vermont nml p at the lowest Ihhur irices.
The Intesl noiclly It Hip "KiuzIp DrxIp" Cap.
UiiK'' .iHSdttint'tit In nil sjft ial trimly ntxl
at prafN u Itliiu thi' tviu li of all It U )tir
OUII ll'SM jf 411 itll liot lllVM1t IHir St'KrC,
whk-li hiis nier nure tumtftt.
GLOVES AND MITTENS-
Itui-k. ho skin, oil tain nil, cloth and fine
dress Klott for winter wear.
i VH I HT
Fine .Iress shirts, of which the Monarch
takes the lead. Wool, cotton and Manuel
work shirts. Woo! and Canton flannel night
shirts aretlie"pniN-rthiiig" for cold weath
er L'nUundereil shirts the Ust that can
I Ismght at rV, TV and $1 1-
I aw and iWaulkeiiphast; 5. ltos' and Youths' "stch-Kd Tild. uu. xielks tT:andJ. To see
these goods Is to appi-eciate their value To wear them Insures th- Mti . f a -ttml wtlr Iteliiemlier
that mi.ihty is not sacrificed for profit, therefure we speak with cttii le "WiNHism-ket ltiiblMr
lUMits atv the U-st ' is the verdict of thousands. We carry them in oe rail for theiii
Near llostou tt Maine, Eastern, Fitch burg, and
Iowell ilt'iHits, centres of business and places of
amusement, handsomely furnished, home like
and comfortable Kept on the
I Kootiis all large and comfortable; elegant suites
with I wit li attached; ample public parlors; gen.
tlemeti's cafe and billiard rim in, ami Hrst-elass In
t very n spect
1 rFine music every evening bj the llostou
I I too. Ts I'ltOM $1 A IIAV Ul.
J. F. MERROW&CO., Proprietors.
Kl'l INUMIC.M. AN 1 1 COM K( )H . A 1II.K
ONE WAY EXCURSIONS
lVi-sonally conducted l'ultmau tourist cars
through to destination. If you an Kolug to Colo
rado, California. Otegon, or any point west of the
Missouri river, take the (ireat Hock 1 laud Itoute
Excursions, leal ing llostou every second Tuemlay,
after Oetolier . You ci.n save neaily $V from
regular first-class fare to the Pacific coast, and
proHrtionate reductions toother (mints. For full
paitlctilars call on your nearest ticket agent, ami
write K W THOMPSON, New England Passenger
Agent, AXl Washington stnet. llostou, Muss,
FOR FALL AND WINTER
Wlillo and Fancy Sliirls,
The Crmmvell Dress Shirt,
The Warner llenllli Unilernear,
HEAVY WINTER UNDERSHIRTS
,tlVlt lltA i:i!H
Trunks, lings nml Umlirellns.
"WRIGHT & fJO.
II.Mtll WKMl AT
COLLARS AKD GUFFS
Cnn triiii-'. itrniiiMiiH-c! tin ffucrile
Unrft'. kwa i'i'.T larcer In nt lfit.
New line of men's llneti handUen lilefi. We
hate some no(ltles fn silk ltrdp
Also blankets und lap roU-s. A few- eliouv
JajNines' ,Vof roUs at Imrgains.
Collar at uif buttons Scarf phis In th
newest in I ittie 4 d.lgns.
Either of the f..llow Ing In you will have! he II IIST
41(1 DM for tlte iMimej vmi ever I -mailt. Eaeh ir
warraiitetl in rvr (nrtk-tkir Unli.V bi fght Don-
Com ut mi st ns ai .1 1 ipeni to, a shoe of sterling
- nee lu material Aiid worktiur dilp; C, D and V.
widths; i Melt's lU e I a If. se ed welt, CoiigresK,
ROBERTS & CO.,
1III00KS 1101 si: iii.iick.
Special o tiering of Ladies'
Undressed Mousquetaii e Kids
at 85 cents a pair ; sizes 5 3-.),
6, 6 1-4, 6 1-2 only all tan
shades narrow "twist point"
stitched backs. These are
regular $1.50 grade. A large
city house made a closing pur
chase of 800 dozen at a great
sacrifice, and I have a portion ,
of the lot.
Twenty-five pair of While
Wool not all wool Blan
kets, weigh 5 pounds at $1.20
N. 1. II A IV LEY.
rpilK NEW YOHKT WKKKLY I'ltKSS n
X. coniicctioi' with The liutuiix. for IV a) ear
W liatr thu (lin i-t mih-k r ull llio iick hI I.-h In
We haieeer khou ti
riuo Itlark iUuuU lor Divss SiiiIh,
All art IntliM ttimllantllnviiet I glsaiul jmIcch