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THE VERMONT PIICENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1801.
WILL POSITIVELY cum.
ALL KJDXI3 1',
ALL LTV Ell,
ALL It L ADD lilt,
"I suffered fur years wild weak luck and
swollen limb. limit's Remedy cured inn." Mrs.
Win. (iriiy. Holt Kiil(lsinltli, Boston, Mas.
It ivl him from death liy HiIkIiCs tlls-nse"
.leie Snillli, Kliitton. X. V.
Hunt's Iti'inrily nmy save .von $Hk) In doctor's
bills-ina.v save jour We.
You Can Secure it From
If You are Not Fortified
Ajraiii't Conumiilton, Couitli. C'oUN, Scrofula,
mid all wustinj; Oiiwasen, ii"t
COD LIVER OIL
Kxlracl ol'Mall siixl Cnnipoiutil
Syrup oT llypoplioxiihifcs,
OF LIME AND SODA.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
If your Urn nl-t i1hh nut keep il send $5 to the
MiiKi-e Knnil-li-ii Company, I.i rcnce. ?.lass , and
they will si'iul ymi six bottles. eowl-51
Acute, Inflammatory, Chronic,
muscular or bciatic,
Sliaro or Dull Pains in various parts,
Soreness or Swelling of Joints, is the
result of Inflammation by poison in the
blood. Poison removed Is cure.
removes it quickly, pleasingly anil per
manently, therefore stops inflammation
and looal signs.
Scarcely Able to Ott Acrtte the Room for Two
Afonths, Even with Crutches.
KxperlMiee hat sattsfiad roc that Wafllelgh's Kheu
raatsc Cnre Is the best remedy for sciatic rheumatism.
Last winter I had a severe attack of this In my Iob.
For two months I was scarcely able to get across the
room, with or wUhont cratches. The pain was most
intense, and wonld not subside, even though I took
numerous remortics and doctor's raedlchu, until I took
Wadlcluh's Rheumatic Cure. I received but little
benent from tills, until I had taken nearly a whole
IviMlr.. tlisn llie nnln pr-nausm left me. and by the
time I had taken three botttaa 1 vraa enrad. I am 73
veara of ace: but jnrislng from tb severity or my
"case. I think that a youiwer man muld not hare been
cured quicker. 1'r.Tni M. Hoesk, I'armliiKtnn, N.1I,
81.00. At I)ni,'i;lrtl.
F. It. WADLJ2IOU . . ALTON, N.II.
There is nothing (unless it
be the Sewing Mnchine) that
has lightened woman's labor as
much as Dobbins' Electric Soap,
constantly sohl, since 1S69.
Now, why nib anil toil, and
wear out yourself and your
clothes, on washday, when this
perfect soap is piovidetl, to
lighten your labor, and save your
clothes? If you have ever used
it, in the 22 years we have made
and sold it, you know that it is
the best, purest, and most econ
omical soap made. If yqu have
not tried it, ask your grocer for
it now. He sure and get the
genuine, with our name on the
It is not the Bellini: price
aloim, Unit must be con
sidered, III atilvliiB at a
kiiou hleire of thi) nine
of an urtlcle. There is an much ical soap
in a Iwrnf Ilobblns' Electric as in lour oare
of any other soap ninde, and It will, ir
used according to directions, do four
times us much work as any other. Its
cost U but a slight advance 011 that of In
ferior soup Insist upon I'0' bins EU-c-
trio. I. L. CKAUIN to , ,,
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Ill it U toumt all Vermont news, es
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Dlt. I). W. JONES has removed to3o Claren
don street, near Copely Klrn, v; here lie
w 111 continue the special treatment or Piles, Fis
tula and all diseases of tbeeetum, after niethods
practiced by him for the past 15 yearn. Office
hours, 8 a it , to 1 p. M. llohton. Kept. I.IH'JI.
Y house, No. 15 South Main street.
II. Jt. IjAVV iir..t.
Til 13 X13W8 IN imiHK.
A ('rial In ltiM.ll.
A conMlttitionnl crisis lias occurred' lit
Brazil, the details of which are not yet
fully understood. It appears, however,
to have grown principally out of the finan
cial condition of the now republic Presl
tlcnt Konseea and his ministers have made
recommendations which have been reject
ed by the legislators. Congress lias passed
measures which have been vetoed by tlie
president. Finally an act was adopted reg
ulating the procedure whenever a president
was subjected to Impeachment proceedings.
When this was returned willi a message of
executive disapproval it was passed over
the veto. Tlie president thereupon dis
solved Congress, proclaimed martial law,
put the military forces in possession of tins
publlo buildings and ordered a new elec
tion. The dissolution of a congress elect
ed for a fixed term appears to have been an
unconstitutional act, explicable only upon
tin; theory that Konseea. has had recourse
to the same vicious expedients which other
military executives have often adopted in
Tlie latest news from Hrazll Indicates an
alarming stale of revolution. . Four prov
inces have already seceded from the union,
and general civil war seems to be inevita
ble. President Konseea is said to be suf
fering from an incurable disease which
must soon prove fatal.
Aii l r Skilful l.rtler llin Thlrrrs
Post-olllce Inspectors lime just made the
arrest of one of the most skilful, audacious
and troublesome gangs of thieves on record.
Tlie men are four in number and their
operations have been confined exclusively
to the street letter boxes In the loading
cities of the country East and West. Their
work began in August of last year, and
has been systematically continued ever
since. Their scheme was simplicity Itself.
They would go to some city, break the lock
olf a letter box, make a key which would
lit all the other letter boxes of tlie city, and
then open and rob the boxes In the business
section which promised the most plunder.
Tlie letters were taken to a hotel where
they stayed, carefully opened by wetting
the gummed flap, and those which contain
ed no money or checks were resealed and
mailed to as to make the complaints to tlie
department as few as possible. The money
was pocketed, and the chocks were raised
and cashed. Not less than $2.1,00ln value
of these checks has come into the posses
sion of the inspectors, and double this
amount must have been realized by the
thieves. Three of them were arrested in
Atlanta and the fourth In New York city.
IV l'llf;lnlltl l.tlltlrt.
Tlie -November report of the dopaitmeiit
of agricnlttiie says the com crop is one of
the largest ever grown. Its amount is not
le.s than 2,000,000,0H) bushels, or :!t bush
els each for every man, woman and child
of the population. It is a significant fact
that the New England yield per acre, from
:." to 40 bushels, is tlie largest average for
any part of the country, the total average
being 'Jd bushels.
New York city is threatened with a big
The severe drought at the West has been
broken by abundant rains.
Silver halves and quarters of new designs
will soon be in circulation.
Three Ice houses were burned at Drown
field, Maine, one day last week and :000
tons of ice, melted.
The bieaking of a lamp in the midst of
the deadly gas in a coal mine at Nanticoke,
Pa., last Sunday caused an explosion which
killed six men' and injured a number of
The two great events which attracted
the attention of Europe on Tuesday was
the celebration of the fcOth anniversary of
tlie Prince of Wales and the silver wedding
anniversary of tlie Czar and Czarina of
The failure of the Maverick bank caused
a run on the Five Cents savings bank at
Doston, but the management were prepared
for it and the depositors were paid off as
fast as they apieareil. Tlie bank is said
to be in a good condition.
New York olllcers made a big raid on
opium joints early Monday morning, when
01 Chinamen in various degrees of opium
bought bliss were captured in three joints,
with 100 pipes and ISO smoking "lay-outs."
The joints were situated in Pell and Park
Forest fires have been raging in Kenne
bec county, Maine, and .100 acres of timber
land have boon devastated, causing a loss
of many thousands of dollars. Forest fires
raged Saturday and Sunday at Deacon
Falls, in the western part of Connecticut,
and 100 horses were burned to death.
The singular condition of the young
school teacher, Miss May White, of Lan
sing, Midi., who has slept for 1:111 days, is
reported as still unchanged, uie gin is
reduced to fifty pounds in weight, and can
only be aroused for about half an hour at
a time, when light nourishment is given
A conspiracy lias been brought to light
which shows that the Meyer pottery works
at Trenton, N. J., have been robbed of
.tlOO.OOO wortli of goods in the past few
years. The principal conspirator was an
Invoice clerk, who shipped the goods to
confederates in other cities.
The Giant Powder works at Clipper f Jap,
Cal., exploded last Friday, killing three
men and seriously Injuring a boy. The
building was mined. On tlie same day
three men were killed at Wardnor, Idaho,
by an explosion of blasting caps, and at
Leadville, Col., an explosion of giant pow
der killed two men and maimed six others.
Great excitement has been caused at
Dcrlln, the German capital, by the collapse
of one of the oldest and most reputable
banking linns of the city, followed by the
suicide of tlie two leading members of the
firm, a father and sou named Sommerfelds.
This failure has caused distrust of all
other private bankers. Depositors have
made a run upon them and a state of fi
nancial panic prevails.
Two pauper families of French Canadi
ans who came to Manchester, X. IL, last
summer, were reconveyed across the bor
der one day last wpek. One family con
sisted of the parents and nine children and
the other of tho parents and ten children,
ltnti, families became nubile charges im
mediately after coming here, and had to be
sent to 11 post nouse, neany nu mo mem
bers being ill with malignant typhoid fever,
n,mnf din most llirillliiL' railroad acci
dents ever recorded occurred on tho Lehigh
railroad In Pennsylvania last Saturday. A
freight train of 45 cars was coming down
tlie steep mountain grade when tho brakes
......! . i.nt.i Tim limkemon all lumped
-..f,,,.,! in liotd. The brakemen all lumped
and escaped but the engineer remained nt
his post. Tho eighteen miles was covered
in ten minutes and then the train collided
with another freight train and the cars
were piled up SO feet high. The engineer
was taken out oi tne wrecK uiiinjmcu.
John JCopp of Urldgcport, Conn., com
...ui.i .niMiin last Saturday by hanging,
He had worked at ids trade as cabinet
maker during tho day and seemed to bo In
the best of spirits, but It is thought he was
.i.......i nwinir to ill health. He bo-
longed to tho famous "Suicide dub' of
Hridgeport. of which tlicro are only threo
P ' i Vf,,,.-, irne n tllblllla-
surviving inumu. u,.r -
aged man and leaves a large family of chll-
tlreii. Ills father and four brothers com
mitted suicide. The members of tlie sui
cide chili are pledged to die by their own
An epidemic of a fatal disease known as
Asiatic black tongue has made Its appear
ance near Klrklin, hid. A few days ago
the disease attacked a family In which the
mother nnd five children died, and the fa
ther became insane. Physicians say the
disease is known to them only as It Is de
scribed In medical books. For the first
few hours the patient Is affected with a
mild fever, the tongue then becomes In
flamed and assumes huge proportions. Tlie
organ then turns very black hi color, de
composition sets In and In the paroxysms
of the most intense suffering death ensues.
Later news from the affected district says
seven new cases have developed.
An epidemic, which Is described in some
of tlie despatches as tlie .Siberian plague
and in others a typhus, is ollieially reported ,
to have made its appearance In the famine- I
stricken districts of Russia. The govern
ment reports Issued at St. Petersburg admit
that the peasants are dying of it by thou
sands, and so fast that it is impossible to
bury them with religious rites. It is prob
able, however, that the epidemic Is no oth
er than the Asiatic cholera, a pestilence
which past experience lias shown to have
invariably followed in tlie wake of every
great famine. Tlie magnitude of tlie hor
lor which threatens may lie In part realized
when it is remcmbeied that l!0,000,000
Russian peasants are face to face with star
vation. Mount Kt. Kilns.
The IVurk of 1111 lpliii'iillni, I'litiy the
A Seattle, Washington despatch says
Prof. Israel C. Russell has letiirned safely
from a tour of exploration around St. Ell
as. The parly left Seattle May HO by the
revenue cutter Dear, to begin the third
season's exploration under the auspices of
the National Geographical society and the
United States Geological survey. They
reached Icy Day, and when they attempted
landing, June 0, the waves were so high
that one boat was swamped, and two mem
bers of tlie party and four members of the
Dear's crew were drowned. Some of the
provisions and instruments wont down
with the ill-fated boat, lint most of thorn
were washed ashore later. The surf was
so high that it look three days to make a !
Having reached shore, they started for
the northern side of Mount St. Ellas. One 1
day's marching brought them to the snow j
line. For two months following thoy
spent their time in the snow and ice, ami
forat least thirty nights they slept in the
snow. The rest of the time they found
bods on rocks of glacial moraines. Their ,
clothing was woolen, and they wore often
drenched to the skin and slept without
change of yarments. Yet. in spite of all
that, they never caught cold. Their food
was carried by men in fifty-pound ca'es,
and an oil stove was used above the line of
Tho first iv weeks were .spent crossing
glaciers on the mountain's northern side, 1
which oilers the only possible route for as- .
cent. Their highest camp was pitched I
f-000 foot above sea level, and there they j
waited twelve days, hoping for an oppor- I
tuulty to teach the summit. They made j
several attempt, but each time were tlriv- -on
back by snow. On one occasion they J
readied a point H.fiUOfoot above sea level, j
but after twenty hours of incessant climb
ing they had to take refuge again in camp,
utterly "exhausted. At one time a storm
came down when Professor Russell was
alone on the highest iioint, and for
four days lie was cut otf from the rest
of the party. From tills point a grand
view to the north was obtained over
a country upon which human eye had
never rested. They could see a swoop 1100
miles from Mount Fairwoatlior, l.KI utiles
southeast, to a point 150 miles northeast.
The belt In sight was about forty or lifty
miles, w Ide. "It is a scene of tutor desola
tion," said Prof. Russell, "a stretch of snow
fields, glaciers and Ice, broken only bv lee
capped peaks." The height of Mt. St.
Elias was fixed by surveys at between 1S,
000 and 1!,000 feet.
Considerable time was given to study of
the glaciers, one of the main objects of the
trip. Many observations wore taken of the
great Matas-Pina glacier, which covers KKI0
square miles southeast of St. Ellas, be
tween Icy Day and Yakutat Day. Tlie
Elias'glaeiers are much larger than any In
Switzerland; indeed, this one alone is
larger than all the Alpine glaciers taken
together. The latter How dowli through
the gorges till they reach the snow line,
where they melt. Some of the Ellas gla
ciers separate into smaller ones, but the ,
great Matas-l'ina is made up by tlie con- j
Alienee of four big glaciers and thousands 1
of small ones. They flow into it as water 1
into a lake. Those glacial streams unite 1
Into a vast plain of Ice, as hard, firm and J
dear as was ever found in a glacier. Ma-tas-Plna
melts on the plain, part breaking j
into tlie ocean. The. thickness of the ice
is estimated at from 1.100 tol'000 feet. The I
belt along the edge, from hvo In eight miles
in width, is covered with moraine of brok-
en and decomposed rocks and soil ground
oilt by glacial action, Tlie outer three or
four miles Is overgrown with uense vegeta
tion, in which are found trees three feet
In diameter. Though the soil is not more
than two or three feet thick there Is plenty
of moisture to furnish plant life of all
The party went Inland thirty or forty
miles, and returned by tlie same route.
When thoy reached Icy liay again they
inarched east M0 miles, along shore, to
Disenchantment Pay. The government
steamer Plnta took them to Sitka, where
they took the City of Topeka for Seattle.
I'l l J I) A'jSE:
cer keeps Peaninc, and many
of your friends use it--ask them about it. You'll use it
sooner or later the sooner the better for both cf us.
U"" Peddlers atnl Mime uniciupulcus rruc p vlll tell you " thlsls
-! CTT ff ns good a." cr "the tame r.i Pearline-." IT'S VAUSE
IJ V V C,, reaillne U never peddled, nnd if your grocer fends you some
thing in place of Pearline, do thehonctt thins tttulit bach. J AMISS I'VLK, New ork.
How (lie Klfctions Koot l'p.
1 The results of last week's elections, a
, they are learned in full, says the New York
1 Tribune, tire found more satisfactory to the
1 ltcpuhlleaiis than to the Democrats. Asll
1 Is important that there should be a correct
understanding of these decisions of the
I people, It must be remembered that III Xew
I York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio
and Iowa there hae been Democratic gov
ernors, while a new opposition party had
swept Kansas, anil threatened to take Ne
braska and Colorado from the Republican
column. The Republicans have failed to
elect governors In New York, Massachu
setts and Iowa, but have elected a govern
or In Ohio, which Is an important gain.
They have carried Pennsylvania, Nebraska
and Colorado by large majorities, and in
Kansa, ,avc poetically extinguished the
,.. ,.,,. , . ?,,,, fnm.
Fanners' Alliance as a political force
Moreover, they have carried the legislat
ures of Massachusetts, Ohio and Iowa, in
suring practical results of the highest im
portance, and by certainly controlling one
house in New York have gained power to
oppose partisan legislation here, even If
the present expectation of a Republican
majority in both houses should be disap
pointed. These ate doliiiile and large
gains, which have great signilicance with
regard to tlie future.
On purely loc.tllssties Massachusetts and
Iowa have elected Democratic governors,
and yet the. people at the same elections
have, chosen Republican legislatures. Ureal
Republican gains appear in Massachusetts
in tlie legislative election, and in Iowa the
Democratic disappointment at tlie loss of
the legislature robs the victory of practical
fruits. In Illinois the Republicans have
swept Chicago by a heavy majority. In
Kansas the) bavecairied nearly all of the
counties reported, ami in nine judicial dis
tricts the People's party has elected only
one judge, the Democrats and Republicans
combined have elected two, and the rest
have boon elected by the Republicans.
Tlie contest In Pennsylvania was largely on
local questions, but the Republican major
ity Is much above .10,000. In Colorado the
Republicans have carried every county, and
have a majority of about 10,000 in the
state. In South Dakota there was a con
gressional election to till a vacancy. The
state has not boon divided into congression
al districts, so the election was general.
The Republican candidate was elected by a
good-sized majority, which shows clearly
how that new slate is 10 be counted for
Dul it is in Ohio that the gains of great
est practical Importance hare been achieved.
The splendid majority for Major MeKinley
not only crowned with triumph his services
in framing the new larilT. tint secured a
legislature overwhelmingly Republican.
This body will lose 110 time in repealing
the infamous gerrymander, by which the
Democratic iniiioiity was enabled to elect
two-thirds of the representatives In Con
gress, and ibis change will insure a larger
Republican vole in the next house of rep
resentatives. Tho .same legislature will
elect a Republican senator to the place
held by Senator Sherman, which is a very
important point to lie made sure of.
The Spectator publishes a valuable table
showing the transactions of 4.S life (legal
reserve) companies. These companies have,
since organization, written fH,S07,!Mit,l"'5
of insurance, and now have In force
st,lllll,-t'J't,lll. They have received in pre
miums l,!l.18,;KS-liw, and their total re
ceipts have been J,.11.1,4S(),;iilT. The total
payments to policy holders have been
l:14!V-!-"tl,l!'", or ?.l.llilt,'-'-'4,l"- less than
the gross receipts. Of this overplus 770,
08.1, MS is now on hand as assets, leaving
the expenses at f:l!W,l:li,014. Of each
$100 received ?.'.M.0il have been paid for
death claims; ?s1.1:! for endowments and
annuities; SIO.,'11 for purchased policies
and surrender values; d4.18for dividends
to policy holders: f1.1."0for expenses, and
:10.(W have been accumulated. For each
100 paid for deatlt claims M11.00 have
been Used for expenses, and -17..1'J have
been carried to assets.
This remedy Is Isvoiiiliur so well known and so
Iiopulnr us to need no special mention. All who
iaeustt Kleetric Bitters siiiK the wune sour of
praise. A purer medicine does nut exist nnd it is
iruarnntecd to do all that Is claimed. Klectrlc
llitteis v. ill cure all diseases of the liter and kid
neys, w ill remove pimples, lioils, salt rheum nnd
other affections caused by impure blood. Will
drive .Malaria from the system und prevent as
well as cuie all Mal.uial fevers. For cure of
Headache. Tonsil pat Ion and Indigestion try Elec
tric Hitters Kntlin satisfaction guaranteed nr
money refunded Pi ice JW cents and SI jier bot
tle at 1". II Holdeii & C'o."s dru store.
I'or Over I'lflj Yenr.
Mn. Wlnsloiv's Sootlilne syriqi has been used
for over tlfty years by millions of mothers for
their children while tcctlilui:, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the kuiiis, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and Is the lest remedy for
I dlnrrhcea. Sold by druKlsts In every juirt of the
world. He sure and ast tor "Mrs. vVlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. Price
j Twenty five cents a liotlle
A IYiif;rn;iit llrcutlt nmt 1'enrly Teeth
Are easily obtained by cleansing your teeth dailv
...I.I. .1... 1.. .!.. n......l. .l.,.,.llrl... S!..-..u1....t
j comiiosed of rare ant isepuo herbs, it' Imparls a
whiteness to the teeth, a delicious aroma of the
breath, aud preserves Intact, from youth to old
age. the teeth. Acidity of the stomach will de
stroy tlie strongest teeth unless Its effects are
counteracted with Sozodont. and this pure tooth-
wash protects the dental surface by removing
every Impurity that adheres to them. Ask your I
druggist for Sozodont.
I have useil Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy for
constipation and neliiiowfJdge it is worthy of all
that can lie said of it for disorders ot that kind.
Nellie A. McOuade, S50 Main street .Amsterdam,
Van llouteu's Cocoa-Best and goes farthest.
In Bulgaria only 7 er cent of the iwpulatlon
can read and write.
Pearlinc. Jladc to save work and wvu:
in all kinds of washing and
cleaning. Jfaia into a pow
der for your convenience.
Made as cheap as pure coap
for economy. Made harm
less for all purposes for
which soap is used.
What a friend a friend
who did half your washing
and cleaning and made the
other half so easy thatyou
did not get too tired to en
made things last longer
and look better. That's just
. what Pearline will do for you if
you'll let it. On the back of
each package you'll find how it
will best befriend you. Every gro
I1.1 we have n better vatl ty nr ipnlily of
3NT XT T SS
Than e have time, You will wai.t some for
ThtinksKivliiK ftinl also
They III cost no more now than liter ami ht
hips not n much. Wo line leeentlv Ixiiiulit a
law quantify of jroo ls In our due hlili, added
to tli-He mo manufacture, makea Hue stock. Call
und see us und our Koo-ls
A. E. MILLER
What They Say
Saxtiiss IltvEn, Vr . S. pt. '.v. lbsn.
iVW y.HMl ttt.:
f7e,tf7eiiieN;--I have fed a irrt-nl dealofjonr
Peel's Food nnd I think it the l t thing I ever
ited, for horses out of condition, staring coat,
worms, and for horses spring or fall. For horses
that are thin in Heh 1 have never seen its equal.
It will start them to gaining at once, make their
coat tine an I glossy and bring them out inline
eondili.in I wimiM not lie v ithout it for tv ice
its cost Yours truly,
W. II. A- K.S. Minor, Dobbin A- CohIos,
Peel's Food Co.
NOW IT IS
Kvery family ni-tsls at least one Prices il.31.
Jl Sound i-J 71
(icniilne Mrs. Polts's Sad Irons, $1.11
Dust Pans, Tin Wash Haslns, Spiders,
Fire Shovels, &v., ki:
KVEIlYTHI.VU AT Hi lTTO.M PIUCKS.
THOMPSON'S HARDWARE STORE
For Sale A Fine River Faim
OF ltd seres, located two miles from a village
and depot: alsnii IS miles from llrxttlcooro
on a gissl riul I.nrge twn-hr hotiv painted
ami Minded. Hue liarn, 4 1 x ."i t.-et ith cell ir,
neai ly new One bun 3.'x4D fist Shed inx'JD
feet Buildings all in good repair, llh running
water to house and batn. 1 dingo laud is level
and flee from stones, aud veiy easy to carry on.
Cuts nliout 70 tons ot hay besides grnss anil other
crops. PasMirrK 10 cows at home and 15 head
i in tait rtaslureg. Seventi-live acre wood and
tlmlierlot; also can srtrsHlstuar buckets. Plenty
of fruit This Is one of tlie Is-st river farms we
have for the money The ow n- r hvi s out ot the
state and has pluccd the plop rty in our hands
for sale, ninl e evp s-t to s II il mis full. Terms
ensv. prior gram. Full larticulars at our cMce.
F J. UAII.KY A- CO . Ileal Estate Agents. Hrut
tlcboro. t. 40
i 'I' HE taxpayers of Halifax are hereby notified
1 that the selectmen have placed in tlie hands
' of the treasurer a tax bill for theyear 1MU, of
town, state an ' state school taxes. Now there
fore all tax layers are called uiioii to pay and
i settle the same within ninety da) a Iroiu the date
of this notice. Four ier cent discount allowed on
, the tow n tax I, M WoOKAlUl, Treasurer.
Halifax. Vt , Nov u. s 4t-4S
, Your (Jrnndniollier
U SED Just such crockery as we have Some
of ours comes from Austria and China
, though Santa Clans sent us his first instalment
1 of goods and writes tiial he will Im here later
liliuseir. lie is naving many ot his goods made
I to order this year and marked "For WILCOX'S
BARGAIN STORE. Brattlehoro." Our large
stock of lamps we are selling low to close before
f r-amai tans conies ne worKS in tue uarh.
NO IlETTEIl IN TOWN.
"VTO belter wood worker In town than the one
I now have, and I want to keep him busy
through the winter. Examine the quality of
work we are now doing. It w ill please even you.
My prices are lower than others, and all work is
done as promised and when promised. Horse
shoeing all new, St- Painting In all Us branchts
at bottom prices. H L ORIUOS.
1 "in time of peach
1REPAME for war." Order your four-foot
green wood for winter now. VVIII deliver It
later, either In four-for t lengths or sawed ready
to split Any way you choose,
KOR BALK Pine hard wood sawdust.
Leave your orders for wood at Richardson's
market or at PERRY'S WOOD YARD, coiner of
Elliot aud Union stretta.
A Stocking that Fits.
Made tlie exact shape of the foot, allowing
the toes to retain their natural positions.
The moit durablt and tlie only comlortablehose.
TlieblgtoeliavlnKrooin enough 6tay8iiislde.
Ingrowing nslli. rorni. bunions, etc., due
to vesrlng th old style stocklnie, arc pre
vented or relieved by Wisukeiilint-e.
Usnufsrtured by WACKtno Co , Boston, Urn
i-ol sale by 11. ti.,UnAiUir,HlJAlN, bTAKKbY
& WEI.LMAN, E. A. STAHKEY & CO.
IF YOU WANT
THE FINEST BREAD
BE SURE AND ASK
BRAND OF FLOUR.
IT IS THE, BEST.
E. CROSBY & GO.
AHEM-M.ISO MOItE ( IF
For Men. Women, and Children than everliefrre. 1
(lur sal -son Mfreil Dolge's Pelt Shoes and Slip- I
pers for the first )enr were $'ii: for the second
year. $0(10: for the third y ur. l.'nO: this year
we exiect to sell ;-i'JV Fveiy one interested In
Health. Comfort nnd Economy should try a pair.
Send for a free illustrated catalogue.
OF EVERY KIND AT
The Phcenix Job Printing Office,
HARMONY BLOCK, URATTLEBORO.
HAS KEMOYEDTO TYLER BLOCK
Booms formerly Occupied by Windham
IS INVALUABLE FOR
oiighs t all Lang,
35c. and $1 at all Druggists.
. MORGAN 4 SONS, Prop's,
I'ltO VIDENCU. K. I.
jtsu liuttlvM vviiri'sl t it
Caih. il, Io.va July, 18.0.
1 was sniTerli.g pi yi an iruoi snu.ks in my
head, so uiucU so ihat at tho- 1 didn't eiiwt
to ris'ojer I took lueuiclm a troiu uiauy doc
tois.butdld not fetauy leiii'l BIiUl 1 took Pastoi
Koeiiir, b Nerve Toiilo. The eecuud do.u li-i.Mul
inu and 'J bottles onred uie. H. V. l'l-.CK.
llAuniBMLi.r., l'a, Maich, lbOJ.
We began u.inj 1 anti Kouiilg's fifivo Tonic
for our li-)ear-old daufehb-r (Who hadlmdopi
leptlo fits bIiico she wnu 5 years old) over u yar
ago with hut little hope of any good, as we had
lss.-n so often uteappolutnd fu o.lur remedies,
hut toon afur umug this medicine she began to
Hot, bit tr, snd w hopo tLai any and nil a.lilct
ihI wlih this Urrihlu illioase will try your won
derful ion tdy. 1 rocoiiiiueiii: your medicine to
avery one adecti-d with any iii-ri'i'u iirrurtuu
whir-". n. h. "MMillAJL
Mp A Valuable Book en Nervont
lj DJ Ij i Disease seat free to any address.
Hf f and poor patienU can also obtain
I IllaBa Uils metllcliio nee or cliarge.
Tula remedy baa been prepared b;
Pastor Koeaul. ot Fort .Wayne, Ind
ia now prepared undorblmllrectlou b
This) remedy baa been prepared by the Reverend
u since la.u. ana
KOENIC MED. CO.. Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists at Jl per tSottlc, 0 for 5
TjirtoKlie, I.T. 0 Dottles. for 0.
i Triumph Over Disease
! Dr. (Jngo's Grout Practice nnd
, Marvelous Success.
I If there is any one thing the nick nnd dying
, need It Is health, and he who can cure the sick In
' the simplest, easiest and happiest way Is I be sick
! man's best friend. No physician In X"w England
I has made such a reputation In the cure of all
manner of difllcult diseases as haa Dr. () C. Ongo
I of Concord, N'. It., who has built up a practlco
the like of which has never been known.
! Among his many trluinphs over disease In his
j great discovery, by which he Is enabled to nimr
I fill fee (I cure in ever it ense of llrmmrhoMat Tu
I more or charge nothing, it nlllicted with any
! disease tou can consult Dr. (lage free of charge,
Cure of Jiirlire Itmlxier of Concord,
I Aflee SO Yrnrs' NiifrrrliiK.
Judge II. K. Iladger of Concord, Jf. II., says:
1 have suffered 30 yeais with bleeding and pro
truding piles and Dr. Cage has entirely cured mo
by one painless application. I was not incon
venienced held court every day while being
cured was well In three weeks. II. K. Badger,
Concord. N. II.
C. F. Flan lers, Wllmot Flat, N. II.. treated at
Massachusetts General Hospital, w ithout success,
lor bad case ot piles; cured by one painless ap
plication. E. E. Parker, obliged to wear a support seven
years, pile tumors were so large; cured by one
C. I., Oil re, 17 years ticket ageu at Concord
derwt : cured of bod case.
Almon I.ufkln, well-known jeweller, of doff
town, X. II.. failed to get relief from bail case of
bleeding and protruding piles by the torturing
cording process; cured by onp ptinless applica
tion. Mrs. I,. I.. White, Sullivan. S. II.. operated
upon with knife without success; cured by ouo
C A. Slnson, Hinsdale, N. II., luul case; cured
by one application.
C. E Smith, Postmaster. Amherst, N. It., re
lates a remarkable cure of bleedius and protrud
ing piles of 15 years.
; (.rent Cure of Tumors, Fruinlc Diffi
culties, Henri Dlscniae, Etc.
Mm. E. W. Hum, White Illver Junction, Vt.,
given up w 1th ovarian tumor large as a tierson's
head, female difficulties, heart disease and dropsy.
Dr. Cage cured her and he did not see her.
Mrs. Orrln Weblier. Manchester. N. ll on
crutches fourteen years with terrible ulcere on
Mrs Charles Drldgemnn, Snncook. N. It., had
ulcerative catarrh so badly that it had eaten a
hole through roof of mouth and destroyed her
palate; general health feeble; cured eight years
ago and Is still well and strong.
Isaac Bultrick, I,ondonderry. N II , son cured
of deafness and catarrh; wife cured of scrofulous
bunches on neck.
Dr. Ijevl H. Dodg, Wuterford, Vt., very low
with kidney disease, frightful bleeding, etc., cured
and Dr (lage did not see him.
Austin G. Hill. Plttsfleld. cured of epihptlcflts.
Son of ( II. Marshall. Nashua, cuid of same.
H. C. Ilean, West Brentwood. N II., son cured
of frightful skin disease which covered entire
Issly. Grandchild cured of same.
Mrs. Carrie Cotliolh. New York street. Dover,
X. II.. child cured that was nearlv blind with
scrofula. Addfe Cooiier, Keene. cuied of same.
J. 1. Atwood, Noitii Salem, N. II., fortyfoot
tape worm removed.
Mrs. (' W. Simpson, Concord, cured of bone
diseaseof arm. G. Ambrose, Londonderry, N. II.,
cured of cancer on face. V. J. Wilson. Oil Mffls,
N. II.. and Calvin Bruce, Willlamsville. Vt., same.
1ST It is iruKwslble to e-uimerate tho various
diseases, therefore If afflicted remember Dr.
Gage's appointments for it costs nothing to see
To ittr nccnnnnottate the many who come
from loiitfili-stai.ci. I have extended my afternoon
oflUf bourn from 1 to 5:30 p. m.
Mv forenoons contain no reulAr office hours,
hut are then to KncfAl appointment.', nia-Jt
ally some da) s In advance.
My ludy ASfcKtantR are here- forenoon i
ns afternoons. They explain perfectly U.euvf
the Compound Iodo-Ox iren Home Treat
Heart, hunj and Oathurrhal diseased. They aiso
teach imtients the ue of the new Home Treat
ment for Women's diseases, which U meeting
with Mich universal commendation,
I)K. E. W. HKilSEE, Northampton,
No. 281 Main Street, next Edwards church.
CHARLES BUCK & SON,
20 Clinton St., Boston.
CASH llt'YUKS OF
New England Hides,
CALFSKINS, PELTS & TALLOW.
A' rito for 3P x i. o o e .
F. & W. Co. Oval Fire Box Range,
The most complete and liost working range
P. P. STEWART HEATING
Without a rival. The moil powerful, eco
nomical and durable stoves ever
Estimates furnished for "F. & W. Co."
IVnrm Air Furnaces, Hot Wnlcr
and Steam Heaters.
53 MAIN STREET.
Main Street, Rrattleboro.
Every variety of bread and pastry constantly on
Crackers Fresh Daily.
Cake of nil Kinds.
Plain, Ornamental, Fruit, .
Sponge, Jelly, Cream, Angel, &e.
Cookies and Confectionery.
tSr-Baked Beans and Brown Bread early Sun
THURBER & CORBETT.
TUNES YOUR PIANO?
Having competent workmen for tuning and reg
ulatlng pianos, any order left at our office or re
eclved by mall will have prompt attention.
All Work Gunrnntoed.
ESTEY ORGAN COMPANY.