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THE VERMONT PHOENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1898.
M - "Vlary Jtnlgc spent Sunday in Green-
i M i-s.
.. tn mi O'Connor Is Improving from
!,, i m ni illness.
t i l. lily of Amherst college was at
, ,ur. Sunday.
jl - ( It. Hydor lias gone to Kccnc, N.
II t i ,i few days' visit.
. , in Ayent K. V. Iirooks Is confined
to I) li"ue with illness.
jl Lillian LivcUo rcturnp.d to her
Sl.i, , i hi Oullford Monday.
Mi- h. s. Stark has moved from Kster
l,ri.,ik in Whetstone hlock.
A. 1!. I'ook of Vernon has entered the
cm, ' of Photographer Haywood.
M'. .Shirley Urlgham and child of
Ki N. H i arc visiting in town.
Mi. Howe and son of Keene, N. II., were
s's of Mrs. V. H. Uurgin Sunday.
s. W. Eilgett returned Tuesday night
fnmi a business trip In Massachusetts,
Will Collins of Worcester spent Sunday
w I' his parents at the Episcopal rectory.
1 urn Taylor and Oscar Benson have re
turned after spending a week at SpotTjrd
jii ii Williamson, jr., Is homo from Man
l,n. N. Y., whero he has been attending
liuiiy Clary lias been.lll with mumps the
pat t .vo weeks and unable to attend
George W. Carver and family have
tin ied to Gllsum, X. II., where Mr. Carver
W. K. Carlisle of the Urooks House,
spent Sunday with his brother, II. D. Car
lisle, at St. Albans.
Oeorgo Ij. Dunham went to Bellows
Falls Tuesday morning and from there ho
goes to Boston to-day.
Miss Lena Aher of Hartford, Conn., Is
spending her vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Aher.
George E. Greene was in a serious con
dition early in the week from heart failure,
but Is now much improved.
Mrs. Henry Deveus and two daughters
have arrived in New York after spending
the winter at the Bermudas.
Sanford Daniels and Jonathan C. Howe
attended the Methodist conference at
Springfield, this state, Sunday.
Frank Morse, B. n. S. '04. who has em
ployment in a furnishing store In Boston,
is at home lor a two weeks' vacation.
Miss Carrie E. Cobb of Springfield,
Mass., comes to-morrow to spend a week
with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Halgli.
Miss Carrie Marville of Bourne, Mass.,
who has been working at the Haywood
photograph studio, went to Boston Tues
day. Miss Winnie Hodgklns has been engaged
to teach school at Guilford Centre. She
will board with the family of Frank Well
man. Mrs. Washington Manley and daughters
came from New York the lirst of the week
to spend the summer at their summer
Miss Edith Stolte went Monday to North
field, Mass., to begin work in her new po
sition as corresponding secretary for D. L.
Mrs. A. It. Cobb of Athol, Mass., came
to Brattleboro Friday to visit until next
Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. W.
Henry Mather and family have moved
into John Conncll's house on Williams
street, Mr. Mather having begun work for
D. P. Prescott.
Mrs. Adeline Itockwell has gone to
Pennsylvania to live with her daughter.
Her son-in-law, Mr. Perry, was here to ac
company her there.
Bryan Williams Gale is the name of
Fred C. Gale's heir, who arrived Saturday
night. He is named in honor of the noted
free silver politicians.
James C. Sullivan has resigned his posi
tion as financial secretary of the Catholic
Order of Foresters and E. J. Lavelle has
been appointed in his place.
James Hooker was called from Spring
field, Mass., to New York city a few days
ago, to answer the summons of the famous
troop A, of which ho is a member.
Harry W. Shaw of Marlboro, son of the
former principal of the academy at West
Brattleboro, was one of the lirst volunteers
to enroll with the company at Montpelier.
Mrs. Leslie Scott, who came last week for
a three weeks' visit at S. W. Kichardson,
will return to New York Saturday, being
called home by Important business matters.
Misses Taylor, Chickeringand Goodhue,
teachers in the graded schools in Bellows
Falls, visited the Brattleboro schools Tues
day for the purpose of studying the meth
ods employed here.
Rev. C. O. Dav was in New Haven early
in the week, going from there to Bellows
la s. where no iook pari in uie inaiaiiii
tion of Rev. J. II. Reid, the new Congre
gational pastor, on Tuesday night.
Robert Bartlett and John Squires have
rented a tenement In the house lately va
cated bv JoseDh Graves on Crosby street,
Mr. Graves has cone to Chesterfield, N.
II. He was accompanied by his son Fred
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Allen of St,
Johnsbury are spending several days with
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. nubbard. Dr. Allen
has been In New York sometime to take a
special course of surgical study at 31 1.
The Progressive '08 club met last even
inn with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Young. The
prizes were as f611ows: Ladies' progressive,
Mrs. P. Drislane: men's progressive, T.
Aher: boobv prizes. Mrs. P. B. Lavello
and Mr. Izard.
Dean Bancs spent Sunday with his
mother, returning to his studies at the
Colleen of Phvslcians and Sureeons in
New York Monday. lie will begin work for
a New York medical houso at the close of
his college year.
3Irs. Dodge and daughter of Malta, III.,
have been the truest of the tormers aunt
Miss Henrietta Emery. Mrs. Dodgo and
dausrhter co from here to Windham to at
tend the 100th birthday anniversary of
Mrs. Dodge's father, Gardner Upuain,
which will be celebrated next week.
Itollin Chllds and Fred C. Gale were the
only local Democrats who attended the
meeting of the state club at White Itlver
Junction last Thursday. Addresses were
made by George Fred Williams and Chris
topher Callahan, the Massachusetts poli
ticians, and Mr. Chllds took an active part
in the proceedings.
Hon. and Mrs. B. D. Harris, who have
been spending the winter In the South, re
turned to their home In this town Monday
night. Mr. and Mrs. Harris went from
here to Southern Pines, N. C, where they
spent about six weeks. From there they
went to Washington, D. C, for a week or
ten days and then to Philadelphia for a
short visit. They have spent the last six
weeks in New York city and vicinity.
Lieut. Frank B. Putnum was presented
with a handsome sabre Saturday night by
The Junta, the honors being done by Com
modore Crosby. Lieut. Putnam responded
feelingly, Refreshments were served after
the presentation and 13 of the 14 members
of The Junta joined in two hours of gen
eral jollification. Tho absent member
was Sergeant E. J. Henkel, who Is attend
ing the University of Vermont medical
NEW YORK LETTER.
lA'sson of Patriotism Taiifjlit
Denizens of tho KnM Side.
They Are Coming to tlio Front nit lterrultfl
In Clr-nt Numbers Lafayette 1'okI mill
Colonel Drp.'w-La NommIiuIix ,,,! n,
Spnnlah Ktlltor, Don Jono Onrclu.
NKW Yoiik, April S3.- Special. 1-It is
yot only it few days miico the breaking ott
of dlplonintlo relations between the United
States and Spain, but already n grcut ob
ject lesson has been tmmlit to nil who
have heon nlcrt enough to look for It.
This lesson Ih that thoforelun bom den
izens of that confronted pnrt of Munlinttiin
Island known ns tho east hide urn every
Whit ns patriotic ns nny other dwellers In
this IjIk city nnd na ready to go to tho
front fur tho honor nnd glory of tho ro
public ns their nntlvu American fellow
citizens. K.nst sidern niny he, nnd certain
ly In ninny instances nro, Ignorant of much
that is vltiil In tho institutions of the,
United States. Their combined vote, were
It to bo controlled In tho hiiim by some
deiungoRUo Intent only on sen Inn bis
personal ends, might turn out to ho n seri
ous iiicnnce. lut they understand full well
that whntever the faults of tho republic
limy bo it is the land of tho free In deed
nnd In truth. And when there Ih lighting
to bo dono they hnvo no hesitntlun In
offering themselves ns lighting men.
This is thu morn gratifying from tho
fact that fow recruits from mixing ent
sldcrs enmo forward while theru was yet
uncertainty ns to what would bo done.
All tho lntter pnrt of last week, howcer,
nnd nil this week fo far, they have heun
crowding tho tompornry recruiting olllces
thrown open in oust sldo neighborhoods
with mi eagerness nnd enthusiasm which
must completely remove nil suspicion that
they fear to imtko tho supreme wicrlfluo
for the hind of their ndoptitm.
One of tho most active Now York ngen
cies lor tho rnlslng of troops Is I.nfnyctto
post, G. A. It., tho eteran organization
of which Chnunccy 31. Depow is n mem
ber. Over nnd over ngnln this week I
hnvo honrd men question one another ns
to 3fr. Dejicw's military umlco In thu
civil war, which alono could entltlu him
to membership in tho Grnml Army. And
I have honril It stnted repeatedly that ho
took no pnrt In the struggle, but was renl
ly only nil honorary member of the der
mis' ordor. If I understand the facts, thero
nre no honorary G. A. It. men, nnd there
fore thu general notion regarding his
membership could not bo correct. Asa
matter of fact, ho did sco sen leu In tho
sixties, nnd this Is how It was, ns ho unco
told me himself:
III IStiil ho was n young lawyer with nn
olllco in Poughkeepsle. lhi was also mini
tnnt of tho higlitcenth regiment of the
statu militia nnd had long been expecting
to be cnlled to tho front. Ono hut July
morning tho call was recelxed. Leo had
invaded Pennsylvania, nil thu nvnilablo
forces were needed to head him olT, and
tho militia reserves were wanted, nnd at
Being iidjiitnnt. It wns tho duty of 3Ir,
Dcpew to notify nil hands of tho call. The
regiment was Hindu up of companies in
l'oughkcepnio nnd tho country round
about, nnd it tool; some lively hustling to
got word promptly to nil. especially ns tho
young adjutant had nlso to nrrniigo fur
tho transfer of his law practice to some
ono elsu. Tho men got their notifications
quickly, however, thu transfer wns inadu
after u fashion, nnd IS hours nftur tho call
was received nil were ready for their south
ern trip. Tho mustering in followed im
mediately at Yankers, nnd the start was
madu late at night on board a train of box
cars. They had uniforms nnd knapsacks
and haversacks, but they hail no guns
and they had received little drilling. How
over, they were men who were willing to
flghtlf need be, and thohtirrieiltrlpoxcltcd
When they got to Baltimore, thu battle
of Gettysburg had been fought, tlio tide uf
war had been turned, and the higlitcenth
militia saw nothing moru serious whllo in
Tnclo Sam's scnico nfter all tlinn thu
hurry trip from Yonkcrs to tho 3Ionu
mental City in n train of box cars. T hey
remained south a month or two, though
acting as garrison of n fort that formed
pnrt of Baltlvinro s defenses, anil In that
tlmo wero drilled regularly, so that on
their return to tho north they wero nblo to
march with qulto a soldierly bearing.
Later, when tho late James V. Dusted
was n general in tho national guard, 31r.
Dopew was made colonel on his stair. Hu
used to look ery martial In his regimen
tals, buti'iost New Yorkers havo long ngo
forgotten the tlmo when Colunel Dcpew
was often n llguro In national guard pn
rades. MuMt Lim Xovednria Go?
Tho Cubans hnvo iihout mado up tholr
minds to do all they can, nnd that right
speedily, to hrlng about tho suppression of
Las Novedades, the dally newspaper pub
lished in this city ns tho mouthpiece of tho
Spanish throne nnd already alluded to in
It wns thought by the ofllelals of tho
junto that Don Joso Garcia, being n loynl
Spaniard, would got out of the country on
tho beginning of nctunl hostilities. Until
that time they regarded his nowspnpur
moro In thu light of n daily nmuseniont
Bpeclnlly provided for their delectation
than ns anything more sorious. Don Gnr
eta, howovor. like ninny another Spaniard,
appears to havo docldcd upon n continued
rosldunco horo, nnd his papor still comes
out daily ns regularly as tho olook. It is
not as rabid In Its uttoranccs ns It was
sonio weeks ngo In fact, It has boon toned
down n whole lot over slnco tho destruc
tion of tho Malno. But It Is still nnti
Amorloan, nntl-Cuban ond pro-Spanish,
nnd tho junta folk can't for thu llfo of
thorn eoc why its continuation it nllowod.
Tholr dcslro for tho suppression of tho
papor is glvon violont expression in a
standing inscription on tho junta bulletin
board, which rcnus, "ueutn iu wis -u,u-dades."
Thoy sny, nnd probnbly truly, that In
no other country waging wur would tho
publication of an enemy's organ, no mat
tor how mild its tone, bo tolerated. Tho
bare thought of nn American newspaper
being nllowed to publish in Jlndrld at this
tlmo is too grimly absurd tubu entertained
for n single momont. Headers of tho dis
patches will romembor that u dental ollito
In that capital, ostnbllbhed by an Ameri
can, but then owned nnd operated by a
Spaniard, was completely wrookod by n
mob ono day last week,
Yot Don Joso Garcln's ofTlco Is In no
more dnngor of damago tlinn thnt of nny
other paper In Now York, while Don Gar
ola himself goos back nnd forth nnd up
nnd down the streets ungiinrdod nnd fully
JuBtiflod in the bollef thnt ho is us safe
from bodily harm as tho Intensost jingo in
th8 land. Dextek Marshall.
ItelUf 111 Mx Hours.
ni...aaln0 1litnt.ir ntul bladder diseases re
i...;., in aiv i,m,rli tliH "New (J rent South
American Kidney Cure." This new remedy Is a
ereat surprise on account ot IU exceeding prompt-
... ..ll..ln nal.i In tilt. lilAlMMr. iMllnHVti.
Iiesa 111 leiicTiuK I"-"' ... , - , '
...i..n...r, nnrt nr the urlnarv nasgazes It
male and female. It relieves retention of the
" .... ..j .,in in naiuln? It n most Immediately.
if vou want quick relief and cure this is your
remedr. Sold by Geo. E. Ureene, uurggisi,
TOPPEDO BOAT WINSLOW.
Tho Wlnslow was named nftor Hear Admiral John A. Winslow, who
when in command of the Kearsarga sank tho Alabama. Sho has a steel hull, a
displacomont of 142 terns, nu indicated horsopower of 2,000 nnd carries throe
In HrattMioro, April 83, a non to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Krwl C. f) lie.
Ill Holynke, M . April is, a daughter to Mr
nnd Mrs. Oliver Admits, formerly of Hiiuulali'
Ih Wnrdxlioro, April 10, a son to (iwire nnd
Sadie May; grandson to Mr. ami Mrs SiIik
May nnd great grandson to Mrs Suvtii M iy of
In South Windham, April 17. a son to Mr and
Mrs. William A Farr.
In finxtons Hlirrr, April IS. n son to Mr arid
Mrs. Vllns Vnn-or.
In Hinsdale. N. II . April Sil. a daughter to Mr
and .Mrs. I. P. Cole.
In Ilrnttlehoro, Aprl' is, liv l!ev. .1 II IWman.
Samuel C. Iletterlv of Xefnne nnd Minnie P.
Colourn of Iiiinunerston
In llrattlelmro. April S', liy Itev C . Ilollan
iler of Proctor. Andrew Johnson ni.d Ml Htnnia
Ohlsoti. Iiotli of llrntllelKiro
In West Ilrnttlehoro, April ST. liy l!er V S
Smith, Win II. Ilrnnn of Halifax and Kdith .1
Ilonelson of West Ilrattleho-o.
In Hutlatid, April;, liy Itev KatherT J liiff
ney, I). Frank Shea of .lliattlelwro anil MK
Margaret Donahue of Itutlatid.
In Hinsdale. X. II . April .M. tiv Itev I) I,
Fiher. Martin E Cutler nn 1 Miss Mabel Nllrs.
both of Ilrnttlehoro.
In Townshend, April 2T. bv Itev (- P It
Mencham, F. II. Willnrd nnd Miss Helen Shat
In Stratton, April SJ, h Itev. O. II Palmer.
Perlev II. Symmester nnd MKs Nellie Snge. IkuIi
In Chester Depot, April SI, by Itev O W.
Perry, llenrv Farr of llellons rals and Mls
Ktliel Kendall of Chester.
In Allston. Mass , April !. Herbert O Harding
of AlMon and Miss E-telle Cooiier or Keene. N
II . formerly of Dratt'cboro.
A woman who is weak, nervous nnd sleepless,
nnd who tins cold hands and fee, cannot feel and
act like a well person Carter's Iron Pills equal
l7e the circulation, remove nervousness, and give
strength nnd rest.
TORPEDO BOAT FOX.
The Fox wns named in honor of Gustnvus Vnsa Fox, n rotlroit naval ofB
oer who actod ns assistant secretary of tlio navy from 1801 to 1805. Sho has a
length of 140 foot; beam, 1G.4 foot; draft, C.4. Hor displacement in tons is lifr,
her indicated horsepower 1,750, nnd tho has n spcod of 22.5 knots per hour.
THE YARROW TORPEDO CHASER MANLY.
This little craft, recently brought from England, is named tho Manly, after
a horo-of the Revolutionary war. She is only GO foot loug and la built more for
speed than dostruotiveuoBs. Her benm la O.S feet, nnd her draft astern, whon
under full apoed, is 8,8 feet. Tho displacement of tho boat is only 17 tons, and
her speed is said to be close to 20 knots. The hull is of thiu stool.
In Ilrnttlehoro, April '.'I It. Henry Wood. V,
In llrittleboro April -.'i. Martha I.. CiiKhman,
formerly of Ilenningbwi. ;i
In Wet Hnlifax. Apnl '."7, 4 year old son of
In I'litner, April J-J, Nancy, Ife of J.icoh Con
stnntli e, sis
In Hinsdale, N. II . April iri. Mrs. Ann L.
In South Ixind inderry April vs. Norman Win
ctieter. sun of Mr nnd Mrs Fred Winchester, 11.
In Ch'sterHeld. N II, April SI. MIm Eliza A.
V. Wheeler, TS
lu (iUllford Centre, April , Miss F.inlly Harney,
In Cold Itlver, N. It. April SI, Mrs. Olive M.
Umg a nnllvi'Of Doter. i.
In Westmoreland, N. II . April Si, Charles Al-te-e.
In Windhnm. April JO. F.l-neer I.. Dally.
In Hurl ford. Conn . Apri! 18. Thomas J ml son
Cii'lunrlh, .' sears, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry J.
In Smith Wlnilhan, April 17, Infant son or Mr.
nnd Mrs William A Farr
In Westminster. April Sti, Mrs Ilhnda H. Daw
lii . 71.
In Hinsdale. N,
I., April -J3, Mrs. Ann N. lluck-
In Il-Ifnst, Me
til yenrs, 11 mrs.
, April il. Mrs Jlsrla Mncomber.
, N. II , April 21. Miss Ellia A.
1' W heeler. 7S.
In West morrln nd, N
Fuller llalch Shelley, si
II.. April 20, Louisa
In Corona. Calif., Aprils Alfred F. Fairbanks,
son of Hie late Francis W Fairbanks and Cynthia
S Fairbanks. SI
In Chicago, III . April 1'., I)r Fernando Oale,
father uf Dr. Heorge Hale of West Townshend,
In WVumoreland. N H . April SO, Mrs. Louise
Ila'ch Shelley, wi,f,iw of Wnrren Shelley, si.
In Mlnneaimhs. Minn , April 16, Mm. Julia A.
!nnl. Mldou-of Dr rliatles I.ord, formerly of
Wesiinoreland. N H . 7S.
In Pomona. I'.ihf April 1 Mrs KIlia llartlett,
l ow of the late Flijah Hartlett. 91
In Newcastle. Pi un , April s. John Shaffer, CS.
Ilooil's fills cure liver Ills, biliousness, Indi
gestion, lusidai he. A pleasant laxative. All
Horrors of Dyspepsia
Sour Stomach, Heart Palpita
tion, Nervous, Sleepless
Now Ablo to Do All tho Housework
-What Cured Her.
The (.'xci'lk'iit qiinlitios of Hood's
Siu't-Hpai'illa us it htoinucli tonic nnd
nppctlzur enable it to relieve nnd euro
dyspepsia oven when cure seems hope
less. Rend Mrs. Wlllctt's letters:
"(J. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" Gentlemen: I have been sick for
nbout six ycnr.s with dys
pepsia with nil its horrible
nifrhtiiiiires, such ns sour
stomach, tlntitlcncy, palpi
tation of the heart, insom
nia, etc., nnd nil that time 1 have tried
almost every known remedy nnd the
best doctors in tlio st He, but nothing
did mo nny good. 1 wns very
VVonk and Nervous.
About five months ngo 1 commenced
taking Hood's Sarsiiparilla, anil nfter
using livo bottles 1 am able to do
nil my housework and feel better
than I have in several years. Also,
my husband had pneumonia Inst win
ter nnd his blood got very bad; lie
had rhciimntim nnd could scarcely
walk. He commenced to take Hood's
Sarsaiarilln nnd in a short time he
wns better in every way, his rheuma
tism has left him and is in better
health than for a lou'g "time." Mas.
W. J. AVillktt, Mt. Holly, N. C.
Still Praising Hood's.
C. I. Hood Sc Co., Lowell, Mass.;
" Dear Sirs: 1 nm still praising
Hood's Sarsapnrilla for tlio
Letter great benefit both myself
and husband derived from
No. 2 its use nnd I do not he-Hate
to .ny it is the best medicine
we have ever ucd in our fnmilv."
Mits. W.J. Wili.ltt, Mt. Holly, N.'C.
I'lirltler. Snlil ly nllilritL'-'isH. ?1, sir for $5.
w,it r:n r'iri- nil I.imt UN
liOOU S FlIlS Sick Headache. J.''.
!Jti ' i iVi ill! in i nil iVi i iii'iViViViViViiViVii ir'rj.
The l.itet and tn-dt the d life rent
Stook often renew ed.
Klrht claxs work done.
; MRS. S. S. HUNT.
1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 iiiii in 1 1 ii iiiuiin'
In all nhaH-s nnd at prices to suit
Tht! short hack sailor, the most poj
ular slmiH- this reason, from 37 cents
to $1 V.
Monday I will Iwgln a sjirolal sale
ot allnilk, rour-luch, plaid talTela
ribbon, in the latrst colors at
25 Cents a Yard
Come and seethe ribbon.
MRS. C. H.SMITH
Milliner and Hairdresser,
CALL TO SEE
FOR CUSTOM MADE
W. H. HAIGH, Custom Tailor,
Looks Like War
AND It Is war and has been for a lone time
At Wlleox'K New York Danrain Store. We
mean war on high prices, we shoot them on the
snot. We are jus home from Ho ton and New
York markets and we are now receiving some very
pretty novelties In china and glass ware. Those
Klondike card trays and bon bon dishes are very
ueat and only is cents, uur new water sets ami
nrpnm Ri.tit are attracting much attention. A
large line ot locket knives with our name etched
nn them and everr knife warranted. Seventv
live dozen ot the si ladies' extra Rood black hose
and onlr 10 cents. Dents' extra heavy hose 10
cents and lots or other bargains which we have
not space to mention, but it you win can you wm
gee what a lot ot pretty things we have In our
store anu ine low prices wu are seiuuK mem lor,
WILCOX'S NEW YOKK 1IAKUAIN HTUKB,
BKATTLEDOUO, VT., GREENFIELD, MASS,
Y. & K.
Black Clay Worsted Suits
Are not very plenty now. We have about fifty suits
left, nearly equally divided between frooks and saoks
that we bought early at such a price that we can sell
We Also Have a Large Variety
of Business Suits at $10.
Friday, April 29.
Black satines, colored fancy
satines; black and colored
Moire Moreens; black and
hangeable silks. Larger
ariety than usual most of
them Hathaway and Herzig's
make this always means
proper shapes, properly made.
Lot of single patterns
engths in novelty fabrics:
One lot 37 cents n yard.
One lot W centM a J ard.
One lot 5" cents a yard
1 ithers at 6'7S, "5 cents, $1 and
When you step out of solid
colored fabrics many ladies'
ike, in even inexpensive
goods, to pick from single
ength assortments, rather
than from whole pieces to be
cut up in same town.
Few choice patterns in
black dress goods at $i and
$1.25 a yard.
To-morrow we commence
to cut up at 50 cents a yard a
ot of fine, 44 inch Serges,
which we have not sold before
"or less than 58 cents. They
are staple and croocl nave
black, navy, brown and green.
To-morrow we shall ofTer a
counterful of fancy dress
oods at 25 cents a yard
which will include some
lengths which have been
much higher priced, and some
of our newest bayadere striped
fancies worth, one lot 34 and
one lot 39 cents. Lot of good
things here to make inexpen
sive dresses or separate skirts.
Plaid Scotch ginghams, 25
cents. "American bcotch '
zeph)'rs worth 12 1-2 for 9
We still have some of the large
lot of linen-colored jrround Dimi
ties of regular 15 cent quality at 9
cents a yard, but do not know where
we can duplicate them at the price
when they are sold out. To-morrow
we shall put into this 9 centllot all
our odd lengths of 12 1-2 cent and
15 cent Lappet Mulls.
Have a few fine dark ground im
ported 25 cent Dimities left which
we put out now at 15 cents a yard
and at same price, few fine 25 cent
Many of you know how con
stantly our assortmentlis changing ;
we try to have a few all the time of
the most fashion approved up-to-date
New coats, new capes coming in
Boston Bags New lot with plaid
covers at 50 cents.
Table full of fresh, natty things for
you to pick from at 15 cents.
To-morrow we shall replenish
the pile of calicoes marked 3 cents a
yard with lot heretofore sold at 4
Apron checked ginghams, 3 3-4
Apron checked and fancy ging
hams of best standard weight, 5
All kinds of domestic cotton
goods are very low in price now
may cost more sometime.
The variety of exclusive
styles which we are selling in
ladies' New York tailor made
gowns is the "talk of the
town. Come and see what
we still have if you want one.
N. I. HAW LEY
We have several new styles
All of summer styles of
Men's Russia Calf and Vici
shoes are now in stock.
Everything new in Ladies'
Dongola and Tan Oxford Ties.
Repairing done in the best
manner at lowest prices in
Brattleboro and Hellows Falls
DO YOU KNOW THAT
OF II.VltTFOltl), COMV.,
Issues the BEST lire Insurance contracts
In the world.
NO DISAI'TOINTMENT as to
Premium rates 15 to 25 per cent LESS
than those of old line mutual companies
JAS. G. IUTTEKSOX, President.
A. W. CHILDS & CO.T
StntrJAGcuU for Vermont.
Don't Wear Glasses
That are Improperly Fitted
Do your eyes tire after reading a
Hare you headaches that you are
unable to account fort
If your eyes feel uncomfortable
In any way an Immediate consulta
tion with a reliable and experienced
optician Is Iraperltive. Why not
consult me? Consultation free.
JORDAN, THE OPTICIAN
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