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THE VERMONT PHCBNIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, APRIL (5, 1804.
PAIN AND MISERY
f I om what the doc
tors called rheu
Knows the pulii
and misery which
I had to endure
ami which clung to
me In spite of the
in edict lies pre
8 years oi
At last, C'
1 liepan taking
A yer' s Sarsap.-v
, -hoit time, the pains a
iiiuimI the use of the Sar- 0
, whole year, until the gl
m-l disappeared." Q
i .pi ii'tor of livery stable, O:
Iyer's , Sarsaparilla
A'in. tieu Ior iull""ul1 Os
. . . . n r- t nro t?Al n-
o o o o o o oo .ocoeooo go oo o oooj
THE VERMONT NEWS.
'flic lUotluitllst Conference.
a I ltinilftml,
HAYFtvt.;., jr a-.
Allays Pnlii ami
Hcnls the Sores.
NensvH at Taste
FEVER TItY THE CUKE
applied into each nostril and Is
i v l 'cuts nt druggists: by mail,
rN LIA" HIlOTHEltS, 50 War
IS PI HE CTlir AND IS
-s A I . n u mjm I 4
str ng cough medicine for ehll
Iihj ara positively dangerous.
s. I , . KY VLI. TjHUCIHISTS.
Pingi-am of tlit- .Smalm!
The 50th annual session of tlio Vermont
Methodist Episcopal confercneo will be
held at Hradford, April 17-'Ju. The pro
Tuesday evening, April 17 Address on
work and aim of Kpworth league, by Itev.
K. M. Smith of Montpeller, followed by a
reception to the bishop and members of
the conference by the Uradford Kpworth
Thursday afternoon ltev. V. V. Ham
blln of Watetbtiry will deliver the mission
ary sermon. In the evening the mission
ary address will be made by ltev. J. O.
Peck, 1). 1)., of New York.
Friday afternoon ltev. J. C. Hartzcll,
I). 1)., of Cincinnati, will present the cause
of the Frecdmcn's Aid society. The even
ing sermon will bo by ltev. L. 1!. Hates,
D. 1)., of lioston.
Saturday afternoon Mary A. Oanforth
of China will give a missionary address,
and in the evening ltev. Mauley S. Hard,
1). 1)., of Philadelphia, will deliver an ad
dress on church extension.
Sunday There will be sermons by
Uishop Henry V. Warren, ltev. L. 11.
Hates, D. D., and Itev. S. Hanleys, D. D.
Monday morning Hishop Warren will
lecture on " Verbal felicities and Intensi
ties of the llible."
The anniversary program will be carried
out Wednesday. One of the speakers will be
Jlev. in. J. Kidder of Mortliiield, 84 years,
who was one of the original members of
the conference, formed In 1S4-1. The only
other living original member Is llov. A.
Hitchcock, aged SO, also of Xorthlield.
The most important question before the
conference will be the organ!, ition of a
Domestic Missionary society. Probably
the annuity plan of caring for superannu
ated ministers, which was defeated last
year, will again come before the confer
ence. The annuity plan provides for tax
ing each effective preacher one per cent
of salary per annum, if the salary is $500
or over, and one-half of one per cent if less
than 500. This plan was adopted last
year by all the other Xew England con
terences and is. used by over 50 conferences.
At present Veimont uses the interest of a
fund for that purpose.
The presiding ollicer during the confer
ence will be Hishop Warren of Colorado,
who will also preside over the Troy con
ference, which meets. April 11.
A Notorious Criminal.
,'npilon liKiuli lie, tVIm llm 111 alien
.loll Tour Tillies, Ciipturnl by MiriirT
Kelly of St. Allium.
Napoleon Gatidctte, one of the most no
torious criminals ever in this state, has
been captured by Sheriff Kelly of St. Al
bans after live years of waiting. Gaiidctto
stole a team at St. Albans In 1880, but was
captured In Canada and put In the St. Al
bans jail, from which he escaped two days
later by digging a tunnel under the wall.
Gaudetto was next heard from In Mon
treal, where he broke jail by crawling out
through a sewer. He was again arrested
in Canada and served two years and six
months for horse stealing. After his ills
charge he worked along down to ltlchford
and from there to Enosburgh Kails. Here
Gaudetto got on a spree and was arrested.
He was placed In charge of a keeper and
that night jumped through a window and
escaped. Soon after Gaudetto was heard
from at North Adams, Mass., where ho
had relatives. Ho was arrested last sum
mer for horse stealing at Heiinington. He
was placed in the jail at Manchester, from
which he escaped. Sherllf Kelly heard re
cently that Gaiidctto was at Champlalli,
N. Y. He went there and witli other of
ficers surrounded the house of Gaudette's
parents. The noted criminal was found
hiding between the ticks of his mother's
bed. " He made a hard light, but was over
come. Ho is now in jail at Piattsburg,
while the sheriff is awaiting extradition
A Ship Canal.
of Winter Goods
. ' s 1 IN VENTOKY. MARCH 1
Our Winter Dress Goods Must
Go at Some Price.
i II. mi rj cloves. Underwear, Flan
I .1- ets
er special value-! In Napkin. Table
i - aii'l Crashes
Special Bargain in Turkey
- at i cents. Never offered at less
We now olTer Domestic- at lower
Xmv Is. a tiood Time to liny.
Vic ( an Save You Money.
Many Cattle in I'nleiliinla County arc
found tn be Allllctiil Willi tile lllseasr.
The Kast Hurko correspondent of the
St. Johnsbury Itepubllcan tells of the rav
ages of tuberculosis in that part of Cale
donia county. At Mountain View farm,
the slaughter of the Darling herd attracted
a large concourse of spectators. Seventy
seven head were killed, and all proved,
upon examination, to be. affer.etl with tu
berculosis. The value of the animals
killed was set at over $0000. The herd
of N. L. Parker was inoculated, and, out
of six showed the presence ot tubercu
losis. Those were killed. Cows in the
village were examined, and several, being
the onlv cows of the owners, were tounu
affected" and killed. Of 1!W cows in and
near the village, nine had tuberculosis, and
none of these were the cows which had
been nasttired with the Darling cattle.
The result of these investigations strongly
eniiiliasizes the necessity for thorough and
vigorous efforts to discover the extent of
the prevalence of the disease and the em
ployment of elleeuve means ot exienuuia
tion and prevention.
oiiL'i'i sHiiiiill I'omus Introduce,! h lllll
for a Surwy from tile tireut I.nhci to
Heiiresentatlve Powers 'has introduced a
bill for ascertaining the feasibility of con
structing a ship canal from the great lakes
to the navigable wa'.ers of the Hudson
river. It provides that the secretary of
war bo authori.ed and directed to cause to
be made accurate surveys, examinations
and final estimates of the cost of construc
tion of a ship canal by the most practica
ble route from the great lakes to the navi
gable waters of the Hudson river of sulli
cient capacity to transport the tonnage of
the lakes to the sea.
t'ul. Wnuilbiiry lo the 1lri ue.
The attempt to float bonds for the re
demption of Howard park at Hurlington
from a decree of foreclosure, was unsuc
cessful, but Col. U. A. Woodbury, as a
matter of public spirit, bought the prop
erty. Col. Woodbury thinks that people
intenested in Hurlington will come to his
assistance when the plans for organizing
a now company are made known. Col.
Woodbury's action saved many dollars to
the, stock-holders of the Cliampiain Valley
association and the state agricultural so
ciety, and will undoubtedly result in the
state fair being held at Hurlington every
other year, as heretofore.
0RENCE E, CLARK, Agent.
t'hnrxetl with I n liinl i lilt .
Mrs. Milton Norton and Ives Iloadley
and wife of Tinmouth have been arrested,
charged with infanticide. The Iloadleys
were married in January. Three or four
weeks later a child was born to them. The
fluid died oil the dav of its birth. When
Deputy Sheriff Stearns and State's Attorney
Jones went to Tinmouth Saturday Mrs.
Hoadley at lirst declared that there had
been no child, but afterward admitted its
birth. The father told a confused story
as to the disposal of the body, but dually
conducted the oiliccrs to a stone wall about
half a mile from the house, where it was
found wrapped in a piece of old calico.
Physicians at Rutland who examined the
i.iw satisfied that the child was born
alive, and have got some light as to the
cause of death, l lie uiree prisoner ncic
placed under $:5000 bonds each at Rutland
Tuesday. Hail was furnished. Mrs. Iload
ley is years oiu aim nei husu.wiu
Mrs. Norton is Mrs. Hoadley's mother.
The state's attorney thinks he has a strong
A Vermont l'lnimeler.
Luther It. Graves, one of the best known
financiers of the state, died at liennington
Saturday. He was born in anrewsuuiy
82 years ago, aim on aiLiumi
majority began lite as a uu puumei. n.
1839 he established tne un uusiue .il
Heiinington in company with H. G. Hoot.
Mr Graves was one of the directors of the
State national banK at iroy, i.,
over SO vcars. in loo- ue usiaumuuu i"
First national uaimoi jiciuiiuk"".,
$100,000, in which no neiu aiuc. w ...i.
amount of uu,uuu. mi.
president of the bank from the time of its
organisation to Idsi. H-Y "ft
resentative in me u-Sil"... - -held
the positions of town ami count)
treasurer. Ho leaves iour sous,
whom are connected with the Heiinington
A Vormer Vcrmmiter Ha tilvrn 91,000,-
OOO to Charity In a 1 ear.
-...i..o in.,i lllslion. well known at
itr.iu..nnni f'ntiletnn and l'ort bdward,
ill 'B"". .,.1 ,n,l, .1
i,la former rcsic enccs, nua -
-it. i.. trnlnlnor school at Honolulu.
." ,77" ... . . ,i... lililPst man
Mr. 1 snop is it iuiun .... - --
f Honolulu. Ho Is a banker and Ids
charities of lato years aggregate sl,000,00O.
mi. t tin CiMinni I'llllllilisua tv v.'i
stocked ranch on the island of Moul lued
at $200,000. Two years ago he made Isits
to his former homes in .-..""
He went to Hawaii in canj
after having completed his course, of educa
tion at Castleton seuiimiij.
Tun Younj; Koruer- Ar
Joseph J. Jarvis and l'rcd Cloutier, two
voting printers, went into the bank at Mid-
dlcbury last week Thursday and presented
a check for $150, signed by Joseph Hat- '
tell. The writing was a good imitation of
Col. Hattell's signature, but Teller Fletch
er thought that it was not jut right. The j
men went out, ostensibly to get some one ;
to identify Cloutier, but they did not re-
turn. When Col. Hattell was' communi
cated with lie pronounced the check a I
forgery. The two priirers were arrested !
at Rutland, and will probably be held for
Col. Alli-woi 111 Imlldeil for .llauilnimli
Ki. ' The grand jury for the District of Co
lumbia has returned a new indictment for
manslaughter in the matter of the Ford's
heat re tdlsaster, June 0 last, in which
21 lives were lost, against Colonel Fred C.
Alusworth, chief of the record and pension
division of the war depaitment, which oc
cupied the building at the time of the dis
aster. A previous indictment, was inrown
out on an informality. It will be remem
bered that Col. Alusworth is a Woodstock
W. II. Illinois Trustee ill" the tireeu
Mountain Stock Parm.
W. II. DtiHois of West Randolph in the
probate court at Xew Haven, Conn., Tues
day qualified as trustee of the (ireen Moun
tain stock farm, which is in process of
liquidation. A $20,000 bond was furnish
ed. A hearing will be held April 21 on
the question of the appointment of commissioners.
To Increase Capital fl.lO.OOO.
The. directors of the Winooski and Hur
lington street railway company have voted
to increase the capital stock to $200,000,
an increase of $150,000. The line of the
road will lie extended this spring either to
Queen City pat k or to property owned by
tlio company on the. lake front, between
Rock Point and Applotreo roini.
noon. Tlio fire caught In a chimney while
the family wcie at church. Los, $2500;
Senator Morrill has presented the peti
tion of Dr. W. S. Nay, G. II. Hrown, K.
A. Lincoln and others, all of Vermont,
praying for the enactment of legislation
to enable the states to enforce state laws
regulating the sale of substitutes for dairy
The Aboud Hrothors of North Adams,
Mass., who searched the woods near Grot
on for their brother, who was last seen In
December, found no trice of him. The
lost man was an Assyrian peddler.
The affairs of the ltev. L. M. Hardy of
Hurlington have becnscttleil,in insolvency,
the creditors receiving about :'.:5i per cent
of their claims, which amount to $11,000.
The equipment of Hishop Hopkins Hall,
owned by Mr. llatdy, was bought by the
trustees of the Episcopal diocese.
Enoch Pago and Aimer Smith of llurke
recently fished through the i at Wil
loughby lake. The fact became known to
the authorities and the two fishermen were
arrested. They pleaded guilty and were
lined $l:i each. This IWiing was rather
expensive, as they only caught one. small
Three tramps called on the overseer of
the poor at Montpeller Friday, and wore
given food, promising to work in payment
for it on the follow-in,' morning, hi the
morning thev refused to work and were ar
rested and lined. Heing unable lo pay
their tines they will be sent to the house
Hon. .1. Warren Harncs of Vergennes
has been appointed by Gov. Fuller assist
ant judge of the Addison county court to
fill the vacancy caused oy me ueain oi
Judge Emerson Holland of Panton. Mr.
Ramos has hold the olllce. before. Gov.
Fuller lias appointed J. W. Russell city
judge of Htitlington, vice II. S. Peck re
signed. The Lyndon Union says that Win.
Moore, who died recently at St. Johns
bury, leaving a wife and child, "was an
active member of the Christian scientists.
According to their doctrine, sickness, if
curable, is accomplished by prayer. Mr.
Moore was so firmly planted in this belief
that he refused to havu a physician, and
died without that help, suffering terribly
all the time."
E. H. Sherman of Chicago has been
elected a member of the board of trustees
of Mlddiebury college. A separate pro
fessorship of modern languages lias been
established. The s ilary of President Hrair.
erd has been taised to $2500, and he lias
been granted a mouth's leave of absence
from the close of the current college year
for foreign travel at the expense of the
college. The salaries of the professors of
political science, EnglNli literature, chem
istry, Latin and Greek hav! been raised to
President Cleveland, having learned that
the Young Men's Christian Association of
i Washington was burdened with debt, en
' closed his cheek for $100 in a letter, in
I which he observes that be is familiar
i enough with the association's work to know
I that it should bo encouraged.
Senator Ouav has bought a good-sued
' farm in Washington, on K street, between
i Sixteenth and Seventeenth, and is about
building a house for himself on it not a
; grand establishment, but a good, connuo
' illous house, with plenty of light and air.
' The lot around it will be one of its chief
11 A Philadelphia physician thinks that a
' great deal of nonsense has been written
i about hypnotism. "Any one," he says,
"may hypnotize hlitnelf in a few minutes
I bv closing bis eves, directing them inward
and downward, and then, imagining his
breath to bo vapor, watching its inhalation
and expulsion from the nostrils. Rabies
invariably look cross-eyed before going to
sleep, in this way producing what hypno
tists call 'transfixion.' Fishermen often
hypnotize themselves watching a cork on
a surface of shining water. An hour passes
by as if it were a few minutes."
Jlolin Shaw of South l'cabody, Mass.,
writes as follows! Eight cars ago last
March I was stricken witli nervous pros,
tration. I also suffered extremely from
kidney and stomach troubles, and was not
able to attend to business of any kind.
W. H. HAICH,
Call in and bco tho now
goods lor Spring in tho lot-,
ost styles lor dress and
business suits. Light
weight overcoats, trou
sers and lancy vests at
HACKLEY & MORAN
I was really incapable of any effort, and
felt no desire for companionship. For a
year I was almost helpless. At last it
seemed as if
My Life Was a Burden.
I was attended by skilled physicians,
who told me finally that there was no
hope for inc. The stubborn disease would
not give wav to their treatment. I have
luliy recovered since taking
H ANA'S, Furnishing
ILr SARSAPARILLA i Hnripi
It is the kind that cures. I am now
cheerful and ti.lpps. and, although "Q
years old, able to work even dav, as my
well kept garden and grounds will abun
dantly testify. I consider myself a
To the wonderful efficacy of Dana's Sar.
saparilla, and do not fail to recommend
vour medicine to all the afflicted of whom
I hear. .
Vinton', llloek, South Mnln St.,
Telephone call, P J.
Diploma ami Medal
llntniV Pills urtcasllvnn Liver an.) lloncls.
Thrv ork Hi harmony with the sarsaparilla
I Highest Honoi
i m , .
VViw Awarded (o the
T Kl'AlHlNti. I la.-kMiiit! in i:
i. trimming il tie hi im t-tni
hi Km t tit'tt.
1 hiut a llrt-t fla rat i niivV Ntminrr. i:iintei.
hlm-kt-mith ami u .nl iV, nil of win mi lime
hatl .t-ars nU'x; 'ri"iK'' nn.l 1 im iHninit to do
Un! class urL f au kunl al shutt notice.
Hemlock "liiiiplff. f- i salt- at 1 it tiiniiaml
11- tf K (i PIULUI'S
ri 'O cluse all estate
tie mhIu apparatus uith
tun fount al-" it dental outllt mclmllni:
chair ami insirnmeiiis l..r extracting, tllhiif nml
making teetli Ki.une of .K) E liKEKSK
lirattlehoro. Vt IS tf
1 ..I,- WnrM'i Villi- fur till' llf-St VXlllllit Of StU-
! dent's work in iKjok keepiiiiMieiiinansliip, short
I hand and tviK-wrltlni;. Send for catalogue con
' trtlnniK picture nf ne college building. Be9t in
I America (.'AltNKI.I. A UUTCHESS, Albany
; Vermont Wheel Club Orchestra.
I mtATTi.i:nitt, vt.
VMIIST class music rnrnisieixnr nans, concerts
I1 andRiielaliratnennesdi an Kincis. rorieriu
Constantly in Stock.
Thousands of Organs
A 'S 1
Hundreds of Pianos
Have been sold in this vicinity and
are giving good and valuable testi
mony concerning their merits.
You Can Rely Upon Either
CAM. AM) SEE U.S.
ESTEY ORGAN CO.,
i?""Leave your tuning orders with us
I' S. llltASOit, Manager.
THE WORLD'S FAIR
I ft oer.
1;mt nuarili'il to Stove rollsh 1 held by
One of our liest bargains i a fine residence on
High street. Will pay seven and one-half per
cent for an investment. Convenient fortuo fam
ilies. This is the Eihvln I'. IJrooks house. This
place fs going to lie sold.
Nice, neat milliner)' business for sale in Wil
liamsulle village: doing a good business; poor
health reason for selling.
Farm in Diunmerston: 1C0 acres, eight miles
out: cuts 20 tons of hay: quite n lot of wood and
timlier: fruit enough: one ftory house, two
barns, buildings comfortable, running ater to
house and barn.
Village projierty Story and half house, six
rooms In good repair, running water to house
and barn, file acres of good land; also a shop,
SGbvS'J. twosiory: thirteen horse-power Iffell
wheel, planer, mortising machine, two circular
saws, one jig saw: have full control of the water
rWit Price, JliOO.
Fine pasture In YVet Dummerston: well
fenced. Will be sold cheap. Must be sold before
MAY & CROWN,
Real Estate Agency,
Office, Union llloek.
lirueers sen .-..i.i.-, -.. --
s.-n.l im !il reason and name, aim no in nr.... ...... .-
Ifyiiiir Orocer iloeo not keep It ask him
nil you a
TJri T Ti BOX X-'-tt-Jt-ULi.
THE JOHN TORREY MANUFACTURING CO.,
Vermont Loan & Trust Co.
Also Manufacturers cf
' Unexcelled Shce Blacking and Ladies "Pansj French Shoe Oretslng.
And whtn was It
er c.ther. 1-e - The nidi st
tiHiii i-ii . lint renii-tnlier I'enn e are irrummers
all grumble ministers and la) men complain
Well, then, "times are dull, and money Is tight."
but li.iien't you gut enniigh to buy a Untie of
Sondont to keep )our teeth clean and mouth
sweet, and lielii ou enjoy lifer
Mon-v niav Ik- tight, hut that Is nothing to
Spaiilding'slllue. That's the tightest thingout
FERTILIZERS ! FERTILIZERS !
Headquarters f, High 'iuid- Stan I .rd IVn.lu:rs .tne l, go,d, fur tlie leaj.1 money Can fur-
'T I--1'IIU'UU1'S (is in ill." -inn-n.ini,. ... ..- r. -
til lis of em. out
I'nr ter rifty ear.
Mrs Wln-lon's Siintbing Syrup has been used
for oier lift v years by millions of mothers for
their children while teething, with perfect suc
cess. It soothes the child, softens the gums,
alia) all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrliu-a. It will relieie the poor
little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druggistB In
every part of the world. Tivvntv live cents a
liottie. lie sure and ask for "Mrs. Winston- s
Sootling Syrup" anil take no other.
II. M. Pevy's stenm mill at West Tops.-
hain was burned Monday. liOss, r-iuou;
insured, 3000. Cause unknown.
I'lio UurlinKton Karth states that .1. II.
Montefioro of St. Albans and new J. Sj.
Tupper of Swanton have bought the old
plant of the Sentry and intend to start a
newspaper in si. moans.
Tlio htore of Hale, DonalmKli it Co. al
Mtlinn was liuralaiix'd Momlav lliulit. A
number of valuable w.Ucliui were taken and
the cash register was carried into an ad
joining field and emptied.
One of the attraction of a bowery mu
seum Is "Hig Alice, the Vermont giantess."
She is said to weigh from MO to (S'JO
pounds. She was horn in Highgate, but
her home is in Hydo Park.
The river and harbor bill favorably re
ported to the House of Kcpresentatives
contains an appropriation of $10,000 for
Hurlington harbor and o000 for Otter
creek, principally Vergennes.
The house, barn and outbuildings of Jul
ian Filley, four miles north of Montpeller,
were burned with contents Sunday aftcr-
"A crick in the back." a pain under the
shoulder blades, water brash, biliousness, and
constipation, are s)Uintonis of disordered stom
ach, kiJne)s, liver ami bowels. Kor all aihnenls
originating inn derangement of these organs,
take A) el 's rills.
If the hair is falling out and.'turniug gray, the
ia.,.u ..c tn., sL-in i d stiiiuilatlnir and color-
tooil, and the best letnedy and stimulant is Hall'
largest usi rs In all s.
Soluble Piu'illc (iunno.
Soluble Pacific Special Potato Manure.
Brail ley's XL Superphosphate.
Bratiley's Corn Pliojiliate.
Bradley's Potato .Manure.
Williams - Clark's Ainericus Ainiiioniateii lionc auneriiimsiiiiait:.
Williams A: Clark's Ainericus Corn Phosphate.
Williams V: Clark's Potato Phospliate.
station at all
6 1-2 Per Cent Guaranteed Mort
6 Per Cent Debenture Gold Bonds
Constantly on hand
Oflice - Crosby Block,
I can dellv
good to customers from my farm store!,
ot li.ivid i are) ai freight d'p 'I
irom storehouse at
Castorla is truly a marvelous thing for children
Doctors prescribe It, medical journals recom
mend It and more than n million mothers nre
nihii; it in place of l'.iregorie, Ilatemau's Urops
so ciilled soothing R) i ops and other narcotic and
stnpeyfyhig remedies. Castorla la the quickest
thing to regulate the stomach and bowels and
give healthy sleep the world has ever seen. It Is
pleasant to the taste and nlsohito'y harmless.
It relleviK constipation, quiets pain, cures diar
rlun.i and win i colic, allays feverlshness, des
troys worms, and prevents convulsions, soothes
the child and u-ives It relrishing and natural
sleen. Casb i la is the children's panacea-the
Cnstoria is put up in one--.e bottles only. It Is
not sold In hulk. Don't allow any one to sell you
anything eUe on the plea or promise that is "just
as L'ood" and will answerevery purpose."
See that you get CASTOHIA The fao simile
signature like this is on every wrapper;
Mi It LOCK, . HUATTLEROUO.
1 iiil' In this heetlon desllimr stock
no nigh season of '111 would do
I . .1 1 1 I.
ii v rrauKiiu. iiiwnsnenu,
and close utteutlon given.
II (' FHANKMS.
it i slim bi-retol'ore ex'lstlmr Under
ue of l udwolth .t Chllds U tills
unit mil consent All ouWtanil-
set Hi d at once at theoldollb";.
in ss in nil of its lii-.iiu-bes will
- im- olllce by the new linn of
ami Jir l unworin win re
v f the new II rm
T .1 l ci'invouTH.
.Tndim Carlton T. Stevens died at Ver-
cennes Monday, aged 77 years, lie nai
C resident of the Vergennes national
hank since 16(13.
Ilnrglars broke into t no ai o s ;
ware company's .u -
nidit last weeK ami swie .
and several dozen p lirs ot scissors.
The citizens of lllnesuurg, i
...... ...r.iln,r Tuesday, voted -.'.,000 to
altl In the construction of the proposed
I Jallroad between that place and Hurling-
1). D., who
Cli.riK II. minion,
JVUV. - ,f ii'iiilnni
was iiivneii w u,. --v - .
eollce d il not accept- n, un -
aspreside.it of the Troy conference academy
at l'oulluey. , ,
Friction caused a Ihv in the mule room
of the co lon mill at North l'owna 1; ri
d.v The autonuiti" snnnkto and the
rompt action ot the co upanv s employes
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Do You Ever Wash
Your Hair Brush ?
This is tin: best way: Put one teaspoonful of
Peadine into a basin of warm water; wash the
brush thoroughly in it ; rinse in
clean water, and set it
aside, bristles down, to dry.
This is only one a small
r i I I
one ot tne numoeriess uses
to which you can put Pearlinc:.
Once you have it in the house, you
will find something new for it to do, every
day. It does your washing and cleaning
better than soap. Try it on anything for which
yo'u' been using soap, and see.
Tvdillerc nml snme unscrunulous croccrs will telt you.
"this is a eood us" or "the same as I'earline," IT'S
i. ,i m-'Pearline is never peddled, if your grocer sends
h,- i net- '.'M !'' Ml
I BUILD TO ORDER
Concord Buggies, Express ami Grocer Wagons,
Farm Wagons oV All Kinds,
Log Trucks, best Von ever Saw, Milk Wagons,
and Moat Carts.
I CARRY IN STOCK
A largo assortment of Buggies, Surreys,
Bond Carts, Sleighs,
Harness, Bohes, Blankets, Etc.,
At lowest possible Prices.
Repairing & Painting
At short notice by skilled workmen.
Drop me a card if you want to trade.
IYI. S. LEACH, - Hinsdale, N. H.
Heaviest Oats in the World.
Most Productive Oats in the World.
100 Bushels an Acre Often Beached
(Si-e testimonials of many prominent and
wealthy men in Veter Henderson & Co.'s cata
logue, including that of Austin Corbin 1
lAst year I raised the heaviest crop of oats ever
seen In that region (on my farm at liargor) ill
spite of a very unfavorable season, from n ten
acre sowing of these oats over ou bushels per
acre. The oats sown weighed M pounds er
bushel, and produced a very large and stiff straw,
which did not lodge under the heavy heads of
grain, while the leaves were an inch in width,
tl.t ic clmulin. the i-rmt viiror of this varietv
Farmers who wish to raise a crop that will pay
this hard )ear. should plant this giant kind of
""price, per bushel, $1 50; one hnlf bushel, SI;
lieck, TSc.; by freight or express, box or bag in
cluded; per quart by mail, postpaid, 30c.
Send all orders, w ith cash, to
13-10 F. JlOOItE, Westminster, t.
(Henderson's price and all seedsmen's on these
oats, S. M per bushel F. I.. TEMPLE.
A new stook of all kinds at rock
Is completely equipped and prompt and satfs-
ltllM.lS I'lt.VCTICH from tlie start laugni our
natiug New- undent s received oany. ienu u iuB
j.,...r.nl.-lii. I'nliilonie fl-i-M K E. Liill.llS. ITOPllelor, oiUKliu .uti .uiiiii .-...v.,
ii ui i u, . " .".r.T.. i . . . ...I...7 I o.imji Iwwt ueliru.l 111 tlie east. iiireuiiioni
lieill, lUUSS. ISU urnniuiio ituj ........ . ...-. .
cliool IK'Kei nan raics on an iiiiuu ins.
-T-1.'V KVSTl'.II III'
I students fiom day of enlei lug lint I i.-radii.Uiug
YOU IV ILL REALIZE THAT "THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE
CLEANLY" IF YOU USE
H, K. BKOWN,
JAMF" PVLE, New York.
We sell Chamber Suits, Tables, Spring
Beds, Mattresses, Curtains, Oarpets,
Straw Matting, Baby Carriages, Refrig
erators, in faot everything found in a
first-class furniture establishment.
Our motto, "Quick sales and small
profits." Estimates given on upholster
ing! and all work guaranteed.
You will always find a welcome,
HACKLEY & MORAN,
Furniture Dealer, Undertakers.
I TENEMENT TO KKST T T lVEUT
A W rllll.DS.
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