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TIIE VERMONT PIICEXIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1908.
3 FIRE CAUSED $10,000 LOSS IN JACKSONVILLE North River Manufacturing Company's Plant, Two Houses, Barns and Other Buildings Destroyed. A uiatrouB flre hrokc out nt Jack somllle. at l".Hi Tuosdny nnd for u tlmc ii appenred as though thc wholo vll-lag-i would go before thc tlerce llnmep whU li wero drivon by a hlgh wiml. At 2 y p m. It wns nnnounced that tnc r.imi! were under eontrol, but were stlll hiirning flercely ln several buildings. The lire stnrted from the Imllor ln tho tnill of tho Xorth lllver Manufacturing company. thc iirlncipnl lndustry of thnt i vtllnRe, and ln a few moments that bulld- , ing wlth all lt adjoining shotls wns n , in.irin iiia? i unnicf!. The luiusc and bnrn of Albtrt L'. Stet tin mxt ndjoinlnc lt on the lnwcr sldc r-niiffbi nlmnt irnmpdttitclv imd werp I tr.tally lcitro'yed. Sn flcrcely dld thc fiamps burn that It was Iniposnlblo to s.ivc but a very ttw pleco? of furnlturc a-.d fcarcely any of the ntltor contcnts i f tht houso or barn. Thc linue of 1). II. Colllnti nnd thc bnin at the rear, whlch worc Juot on the iii jcr side of the mlll citieht firc nlm iltnmouj'ly wlth the Stetsnn propcrty and hcrc, loo, it wao impossible to snve pri'inrty. the heat was mi intenfo nnd tht tl.ime ndvanced rapldly. A Dozcn Buildings on Flre Tht F J. ltlcc Rrlt mlll and house , on tlu nppopite slde of the strcct catiRht i Thp Xorth I5l-er MnnufacturliiR eom flrc in scvcral places, but tho people mado ' pany dld a larfte btiBim-ss and employed a de.-per.ite stand nt thepc plncex, and by many mcn Ivith In the mlll nnd ln et torminR lmpromptu buckct and blankct tlnR out Inps tn Iw workcd up nt tho hricadcs thcy sucrccdt'd ln savinR those two lmlldlnRs, but not untll nfter they had taiipht llro In a dozcn dlfferent placcp many tlmos. Those were farther removcd froir tho nt s. hcat of thc Wp Maze nnd pormltted the men to work in fhnrt reliefs nt clope iiunrtprs. hile the llnmps woro nt thclr hclRht tho larffe hnll known ns the KnlRhts of Hnnor hall cntight llre as dld the barn of E. P. lieed nnd thosc wcnt the wav of tne tirst bulldlnRs to catch, it bcliiR ab Fol'itclv lmpopsil)le to snve thcm. Thc hotel of D. M. Canedy across the .troet from the mlll property cntight llre several timcs. but the despcrato efforts of tho v.iluntecrs put out tho llamcs as fast as thc paincd a foothold. Tlic ftoro of C. H. Wiistc. and tho dwcllIiiR of J. O. Cors-e wero damaRttl. Ten or 15 othor BRATTLEBORO LOCAL. MUST PAY THE TAX. Decision Against Odd Fellows Which May Have Far-Reachlng Effect With Fraternal Organlzations. The iiucstlon of cxt-mptinp from taxa tion thc briek bulldlne ncar Whetstono bridgc known as Odd Fellows block, owncd by Wantastiiiutt lodgo of Odd rVllows. camc bcfore the board of civll authority at a publlc hcariiiK Monday afternoon. For ln years thc propcrty has Vieen exempted ns belns uscd for charliy. Other propcrty owncrs have objcctetl to having lt exempted, and tlils year thc objcctlon was so strong that tho lis-ters decldcd to put thc proerty ln tho list. The Odd Fellows eave ln their sthedule under protest, and thc propcrty was put down at J72KJ, upon whlch tho tax was about fli. At the hcarliiR I.av yer James F. Hooker appeartKl for tho Odd Fellows and Col. Kittredfc'e Ilaskins for the town. The votc of tho board of civii authority was a tit but at a latcr meetlng of the board lt was votd not to cxcmpt the propcrty. The restilt may bo far-reachlUR in Vtr- , ,nv Vin HjIiI T7i.1lnifv ! tlw. tnv mont. lf the Odd Fellows pay thc tax under protest, as in justice to thcm sclves they ought to do, the mattcr wlll ' bo laken to the courts for settloment once and for all. and thc cxpense would not be large. ln that event tho decls ions of the courts would affect all prop- i erty owncd by fraternal orKunizatlons throuphout thc state. The Odd Fellows do not objeet to payins the tax. but thcy fecl that if they pay there are others who ought to pay. Lawyer Hooker objectcd to havlns T. J. B. Cudworth and J. S. Cuttlng, mcm bers of the board of civll authority, sit as members of the board, on the ground that they were listers and thnt it wns from their decision that the appcal was made. Col. Hasklns objectcd to II. G. ' Barber, B. C. Bacon nnd E. . Gibson sitting. on the ground that they were odd Fellows and" so were interested partles. Finally all were allowed to slt. Mr. Hookcr's contention was that tho propertv in question was exemiit from taxation under thc statute which ex tmpts property used for charltable pur potts. Hc gave a detalled statement of the cxpendlturcs of the lodge tho pnst 10 ycars in slck beneflts, care of thc slck, futieral bcnellts. support of Odd Fellows at the Gill Home in Ludlow, etc, ns bcnrlng on thc question ns to whether thc property wns used for charltable This statement showed that l.urposes thev had expended for such purpoi-es slnco the buildlng was bought $a417.9S. He rcad a lettcr from the clerk of tho board of assesors In Burlington showlng that the property of the Odd Fellows lodge in that clty was not taxed and thnt thorc wns no tnx on the Masonlc tem ple in Burlington. Mr. Hooker said that Col. Hasklns nppeared bofore the board of assessorsa few years ago nnd argued thnt th i.isnnlr tcmnle should not be taxed as it was a charltable Instltution -iss nemon is in inuon wiin ner sis under tho law ter- 3"ss Suzzane Sheldon, thc actress, Col. Hasklns statetl that Mr. Hooker's i who wlll stnr in Amoricn next scason. referencc to hls action rolatlve to tho Ma"onic' temple was true, but since thc cnicstion under consideration had come up he had made a thorough Investlgatlon of the subject and had become convlnced that the Mnsonic temple was taxable and all other propcrty in Vermont owned by fraternal organlzations was taxable. Beplylng to qucstlons asked by Col. Ilas- Pale Your blood is turning to wnte -becoming tlib and weak. Vou Women are easily tired, unequal to the dutiesorpleasuresof life. Youneediron, the greatest blood tonic and nutrient, itself a natural constit uent of liealtliy, rud dy blood; and you can derivo the most good from it as cotn bined in the new iron tonic, Pept-iron, which is readily assimilated, Must Have Iron does not injure the teeth, nor cause constipation however long taken. It is agreeable to the taste, leaving no inky or metallic flavor in the mouth. givesstrength, J) fllt fTI fl nnimation and &fJLLi Ull a good i,eaUi)y color; cures aneraia from whatever cause, weakness and nervousness. Peptlron Is made in two forms: In n llquld an aromatlc cordlal cllilr-at Sl pcr bottle, also In cbocolate-coatcd pills at SOc. or $1 per box. By C. I. HOOD CO proprletorl IIooil's Sarsaparllla, JLowell, Mass,, U. S. A. SolHng Agent ln Brattleboro: GEO. E. GREENE, 63 Maln 8t' dwclllng houscs wi rc dnmnged sllghtly, Thc total los wok probubl about pi, i Wi. Thc buildings dnmngod were all ln ! sured. Cm those destroyed ItiKiirnncc wnn as follow's: Knlght nf llnnnr hnll $-r00. 1 A. C. Stotson JlGKi, K. 1 Hcod $210. i At fimt hu ,1. ........ i j ... .11-1 mr iiiiintt- lllM'ill Cl lO OO MMiwing jiown inc nin on wnien tlic mlll ivns sltuntod. and thc grnvest fcars wero. cntcrtalncd that thc whnlp vlllm-f.. wlitcli Is sltuntod hchnv tho mlll wlth the oxeoptlon nf a vcr f w Iiousck, wnitld go. Siddenly the wlnd. whlch wns blnwlng n Rale nt thc tlmc. c hatiKcd and endniiRcreil tne prist mlll and thp prnpprty abovc thc llrst lmllrtlngn tn catch. Help Summoned from Wilmington A soon hk It wn ncen that tho flre wan to bc of daiiRcrnii proportlona nld was nkcd of WllminRtnn and flO racn and the only plcce nf tire apparatus that town owM!. a hand cntrlnc. wcre dlHiiatchpd I to the sccne. arrlvlnn ln remnrfcablv I rpil.'k tlmc. Thlf wn ahiiolutely thc only ! flre nppaiati:-' nn thc Rrnund nnd Itn nr rlval and thc vnllant work, of the mcn who wcnt wlth It wcre the dlivct means I of savlng thc Rrlst mlll and much othor propcrty. Chnrles Colemnn wa badlv Inlurpil. i-p. cclvlnc a cut on thc nrm. mlll. rlho tnnkiiiB of imxef, en)eclnlly mitter nnd crr trntes a well as naah, door?, bllnds and wlndnw fmmos was the special branch of bindneMi donp by thc mlll. The lmw of thls plant wlll irovo n hcavy blow to the vlllaRc. Albert Stctson, who has lost hls home nnd prnctlcally all thc contents, withln a ycar lost ono arm ln the mlll nnd nt prcsent l. thc iinstma.ter of the villnRo and nlno taN collector. It 1h not known hcro cxactly alxuit the ItiMirnnce on thc mlll. Tho stock of the Xorth Hlver ManufncttirlnR com IKiny Is owncd by Willlam 1,. Packnrd. formerly cdltor of thc Dconlold Vallcy Tlmes, hls wife. and hcr sNter. Mrs. An drew Cumo of Xow York clty. People pnthered from all thc country nround to ste tho llre nnd tho rulns. klns. D. AV. Tennc, ono of the trustces of thc property, statod that thc Odd Fcl- ! lows Ivoucht thc bulldlnR in lsM. the i(rlcc belnR tl4.i, thnt thcy pald down fui, whlch was on dcpoit In thc bank; ' thnt thls fund conslst.ol of money re- 1 ccived froni iiuarterly duos and for con- ferring dcsrces; that thc rcnts from the ' bulldlnc werc from $Wi tn $15i0 a car. Aftcr bringlnp out these facts Col. Ilas kins read a long but carcfully prcpared bncf. ln whlch hc snid that the Vermont courts nevcr had a cafc idcntlcal wlth ! thls onc ainl so hc would havc tn ipioto t from thc opininns of JudRPs in other statcs, whlch hc dld. printip.illy from , MRSBachusctts and Malnc. Ilc clted n larpe numlcr o! cases where it was hcbl thnt lt was thc xourre of n fund whlch dctormlncd as to whcthcr thc fund was a charlty and not thc wny In wlilcli it was l cxpondctl. The snurcc of thc Odd Pcl- lows's fund was thc mcmlx'rs thcmsclvcM and the cxpcndlturc of lt was llmitcd to , the mcraliors or tho.-e depcndant upon j them. sn thnt whlle the fund was a char- ity in a certnin scn'-e It was n deflnlto I and private charlty, ln rnntrndUtlnctlon I to an Indctinitc nnd publlc chnrlty, and thcrefore dld not comc withln thc mcan Inp of the law. The board of civll authority voted siv In favor of taxlnR thc propcrty nnd slx in fnvnr of exemptlng It. Thc hour thcn was so latc that the lnrd adjoanud to 4 0.cIopk wlnes.lnv. when another vnte . wns tnkcn. Tlils votc stnod slx ln fa- vor of taxing thc property nnd llvc ln favor of exemptinR it. Shot His Companion Fatally. ICrnest Forhes. 17, w.is accldentally shot and killcd by I-'rcd Brown nn Dow's pond, flve milcs cnst nf Middlebury, Saturday afternoon. They werc out in a loat when Brown asked Forbes to hand him n ritlo. IIo plcked Ui the Rtin by the muzzle, anil handcil it wlth thc btitt tnward Brown. who ln nttcmptinp to riach lt In some way pressed thc trlpgcr. The ball struck Forbos ncar tho lcft hip rind passcd up wnrds cln-o to thc heart. He stnpgored to hls fcet cxclaimlng " Iloys, l'm shot; i lt wlll klll me: and thcn fell overlmard. Brown pulled him Into tho loat, hurricd i nshorc, nnd a physiolan was summonoil. but Forbes died In a few minutcs. Ho wns 1 thc son of Ijmcy Forbes, a prosperous faimer. Brown ls tho son of Arthur Brown, well-known cnntractor. i F. V. Baldwin, fnrmcrly superlntcn ! dent of the Central Vermont Kailwny I company. has been appolnted superlnten I dent of tho Paelflc dlvlslon of tho Xa- tlonnl Rallway company of Moxlco. ' Stockholders of tho dcfunct Farmers' ! Nntlnnnl bank of Vergennes wlll refusc to pay back tho unonrned divldonifs that . thoy recelved for llvc years and 10 I months whlle tho bank wns In an lnsol 1 vcnt condltlon. They will carry their i contention to thc courts as u test cnse. 1 Pcrslstcnt rumurs come from Iondon i of the cngagement of Anthony llnpo ! Hnwkins, nuthor of " The Prisoncr of I Zenda." nnd Mlss Kllzaboth Sheldon of Xow York, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Charlcs Sheldon, formerly of Hutland. Thc Proctor llhrary buildlng, built nt Ascutncyvllle by Benjamln F. Blood of Waltham. Mass., In memory of hls mothcr. llnxalann Proctor Blood, was prcsentcd to the cltlzcns of Ascutncyvllle nnd dedlcated Tuesday. Many former rcsidents of tho town were prosent. Mr. Blood, who wns bnrn ln West Windsor, gave that town n simllar llbrary In mem ory ot hls daughter, and endowed it with $"naO, and afterward gave M for tho pur chase of bnoks. He has securcd a lot In Windsor, nnd has contmctcd for build lng a, llbrary there to cost fM.OdO. Hon. Kleazer Blackman Baldwin, S5, dled at hls home In Sharon, thls state, May 7. He was born Aprll 30, 1S1S. the son of Dr. Kleazer Baldwin of Strafford. Ho married Jan. 31, 1SI2, Mlss I.ucla Hatch Brown, who dled nt Sharon Au gust S. lflfin. Eleven chlldren wero born of thls unlon, elght llvlng. and slx of theso In Vermont. The llfth chlld, Kleazer Blnckmnn Baldwin, Jr.. was born Juno 2G, 1E10, at Sharon and married for his flrst wlfe Klvellynno Vaughn Dcc. IS. 1S7S. who dled Fcb. 3, 1S.S3. Hls second w.fe was Mary Curtl. . ArnoW whom he mnrrlcd -Nov. fi. 1S9,. nnd who now llves nt Arlington, thls state. Tho funeral was held Sunday, May 10. nt the late resl- I dence, new Chnrles II. Pcnnoyer II. Pcnnoyer nf ' Mount Vernon, X. Y., oniciatlng. Mr. ' Bnldwln w.is at ono tlme n member of , tne Ncrinom su..e ,t-g.i..iu c, y. ,c.. he rc-prescuted his home town of Sharon several tcrms. Hc wns n porsonni rnenu i of the late Unltcd States Sonntor, Hon. Justln S. Morrlll, of Strafford. In poll tlcs he was llfe-long Democmt, nnd ln rcllglon he wns n llfe-long Universnllst. 8AXTONS RIVER. The Saxtons Itiver Hotel company has been incorporntod with a capltnl of $10, 000, The Incorpornlors nre Georgo M, Cory, Iouls Tcnnoy, W'. AV. Cory, John K. Plddock, C. F. Slmonds, L. F. Alex under, J. F. Alexnndcr, Jr., George P. Alexander nnd P. L. Osgood of Saxtons Blver, and Jool II. Holton of Bellows Falls. CAMBRIDGEPORT. Death by Drownlng. A snd nccldcnt necul-ri-il InMt h'Hdiiv nfternotin. ln whlch Jnmes Moorc. Ifl. I Inst hls Ufp. Hp nnd hls hrnthcr, 7 yenrs I old, wero Hshlng ln thp tnmutow bronk a ! MUnrler of a mlle frotn thclr hnmo. It Ix I supposod that Jnmes, wlm wns subject to sudden lllnessen. etthcr fell nr rolled ; lntn thc Immlt and wan driiwncd. Thp funcrnl wn held Sunday uftornoon, Hev. V. ). Goodrloh and Hcv. V. M. Baker I olllelntliig. They ipnke nr tho Chrlxthtii chnrncter of thc yojng inan, wlm had ! horne with !uch patlcncc and subtnlsslnn thc gtent Inflnnlty frnm whlch he had ! KUlTcml all hln IITp. Bautiful fli !' tpntlflpd lo thc symimthy nf frlonds nnd neighbor. The fanilly havc ( 1 1-1 liciip rcrcntl). and thls sudden boreiive , tncnt ls vcv hard fnr Ihom .iva from friends and Itlndred. Mr. nnd .Mrs. II. 11. Parker of Atho arc suifts at (5uy Thayor's. Mr. and Mrs. ttlrnm Wyinan nf SprliiK Hcld siicnt Saturdny wlth Min. A. A. Wy mnn. Solon Karlo of Fltr.ullllnm. N. II., and Mrs. lSllcn Thoinpson of ('hwtcr werc In town Sunday. Mrs. Hussell returned thls wt-ck tn hcr home In raxendlnh. after spcndttiR two monihs wlth lier brothcr. OinrRc I'.irkir. Mrs. KUircncp I). Rlthards. wtrn jmkc Inst wpi-k In the Intercsi nf thc ti nipcr nnce oniiip was a plcfiiiR "pi.ikir. Iler statcnicnt thnt sums nf mn'ipv w.tc deiHMritpd ln the savinRs Imnk nf hcr own town aftcr the town nted iio.lict n-c inust havc convlnci-d hcr hc.ircrs that morc money Ib kcpt ln thc t.itc nnd tortns under prohlbltlnn Ih.in umlcr llccne. As a rtsult f -Jlr. Kicli.iid-v vlalt thrcp new mcmbcr wen- adile 1 to thc V. C. T r. CHESTER. Mis. Octavla C (('arpcntcri Fair, wlfc of Oleorco A. Farr of Chester, dlcd at thc ngc of i nt hcr home May u. aftcr a lln ' gcrlng lllnis nnd was burlcd at Wlnd hani, where the flrst jcars nf her mar ! ricd llfo werc spont. She was Imrn In I Kirby, and hcr fathcr mnvetl tn Wc-t-I mlnstcr when shc was two ycars old. She wns mnrrlcd In Putne. I-Vb. 1, Pill. Hcr ' llfc was onc of tpilot but nctlvc uscful nc.8 ln the church, Sunday sciinol and j cotnmunlty. ritrotm In her faith. all that ' pcrtnlns to thc Chrlstlan lifo wa very rcal to her, and in hcr prcscticc one felt tho Inlluence of licr spirlt. and was 1 drawn townrds the thlngs thnt make for I rlRlitcnusiiPss. Shc ls survived by hcr hushand. two sons and a datiphter. GRAFTON. Thc Hotel Grafton was fnrmally opencd for thc scas4in nn Monday cen Ing by a larcdy attcndcd dnncc and sup !cr, proccdol by .in oien-nir cnnccrt by thc hand. Thls ycar the obscrvantc nf Memnrl.il dny w.ik more marked than usual. Thc .'onrcKational chureh, handsoincly dcc oratcd wlth wrcaths and Mowcrs, w.is llllcd hy a larpc and apprcciatlvc audl enco. whlch llstencd to a vcr Intcrcstinp addicss b Hev. J. 15. It.-ardna of Lud low. Thc cteruns werc cscnrtcil to tho church by thc sehool clilldrcn nf thc vil laRC, lcd by thc CJraftnn band. At tlu close ot the servlco thc prnccsinn n formed and marehod to thc icmctcry. where the prnves werc dooir.ited and th. Grand Army ritnnl was plvcn. concluiiinp wlth slnpirtR by a male quartct. On the l'rlday prcvlous thc propram rccommend cd by thc state supcrlntendcnt of cluca tlon was carrled out liy the pupils of thc vlllape school. WESTMINSTER. ! Mr. l'omlxr has nuifl to thc Mlnor i placc. I M1k Kdna W'right is home from Bos- ton for the summer vacatlon. j Mrs. I-uc Ayer nf Windsor spont Vel I ncMlay with Mrs. G. II. Wnlkcr. Mr. and Mrs. (lcorgo llaywanl of Springtlcld wcre in town Saturday. Mrs. Graveii is ill ut her lirothor'n, II. A. W'illnrd's. .Mrs. A. I.. Iw1s is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Atchetwn nf Claremont are at II. F. Atcheraon'B. Mr. and Mrs. Kidder nf Gllsum. X. II., vlsitcd Mr. and Mlss Tcnney this weck. Mr. and Mrs. Herliert L'nderwood havc returneil from a vlsit In Concord, X. II. Mrs. Gcorgc l. Stlle and daughter of Burlington nre guests of .Mrs, George llall. Cllnrle Ch.isc nf Bostnn spent Sunday with hls pn rcnts, Mr. nnd .Mrs. C. E. Cha.-c. Mrs. Idc of Lyndon, tJils state. Is vlslt Ing hcr slslcrs. Jlrs. Colllns and Mrs. Spencer. Uudlcy Procott wcnt to li.istnn Thurs day mornlnR to glve one of his rare cn tortniiiincnts. Mrs. I5. T. Phclrw wcnt to Bostnn today to spend the month nf June. Iler ncphcw, Charlcs lloughton, wlll accompnny hor for a weck. Mr. nnd Mrs. W'nltcr Xuttlng nnd daughter, Marion, arc taklng n carringo drlvo through severnl towns, vlsltlng friends along the route. MVs. Kmma Brigluim and dnugiitcr, l.ula. of lludson, Mass.. have lKen visit ing friends the past week. Fdward Brlg ham was hcrc ovcr Sunday. Mlss S. i:. HIlls lcft W.lnefday for Xeu York clty to attcnd commencement at Colunibln I'nlverslty. Mlss liuzzu of Boston ls cnring for the household dur Ing her absencc. 'o nre glnd to state that tlio conditiou of MIsk Cnra Atchcrson has awurnod a morc favorablc nspcct. tliough thc ls stlll very ill. licr niany friends arc encour- agcd as to thc final rosult. C. J. Bmdcn, from thc I'nltcd Slatcs tralnlng ship Mononpihela. Just returned "from a crul.-t ln tho West Indley, has bccn spending thc past two wccks wlth hls cnusin. Frcd Hnrrls Mr. Brndcn lcaves June 5 for tho I'nltwl States re celving shlp Wabash, Boston, expectlng to go soon to Chlna. Tho ladlcs' ald soclety wlll glve an en tcrtalnment at llle town linll June lu. con slstlng of readlngs, muslc and nn njldresa by Mr. Ohol, a natie of Indla, who has bccn in thls country tho past ten yctirs. Mr. Ohol wlll nppenr In mitlve drcss. Strawbcrrles nnd cake wlll 1h- served bc fore nnd nfter the entertnlnment. Thc excrclses for Memnrlal day, whlch were held on Friday, wcre all that could be dcslretl. Kverythlng was In keeplng wlth the day. Two hundred chlldren jolned in maklng tho day not only an hon or to Westminster, but to Vermont, ev ery school in town belng reprosented. Much credlt Is due the tonchers and thoso ln hlgher authority, showlng that not only tho needs of today arc belng con- , , "J - , Towns,H.1M,i cojntJ. examlncr, vnt of . . . . . f ' n,i,,rflKB . ,i. sidcred, but tho futuro of our town nnd i ,,-npnl,, .,, n n,, ,,,m.ar , i .. , ,.,.', .,V..i .,' ,., .,... graves of our soldler dead ln the old ccm etcry, where a short, stlrrlng addrcss was glven by our townsmnn, B. T. l'hclps. Sc,ho)nrs wero serve(, wlth ht re(rosU. I . . . lenvlnir for thclr ments nt the hall beforo lenvlng for their moro dlstant homes. Too much cnnnot bo donc In the wny of educntlon for our boys nnd girls, that ns thcy go out from tholr homcM their slurdy Xcw Kngland prlnci ples may bo felt nnd recognized through out the BoiHihllc. WESTMINSTER WEST. II. T. Cuttlng of Green Illvor is ngnln wlth hls brothcr for a fow days. Mr. and Mr. W. M. Ateherson of Claremont wero In town Wcdnesday. lt Is oxpocted that tho extensive re pnlrs on F. B, Chapman's houso wlll bo completed nt tho end of tho week. Mr. THE TRIUMPHS OF PE-RU-NA INCREASE. Tliousands of Ohronic Ailmenta of Women Ourod Every Month Dlsguised Internal Oa tarrh tho Enemy of Womon Po-ru-na tho Only Internal Systemic Catarrh Romedy Yot Devised Prominent Cases in Illustration. Nervous Depression. Biiininer moiitlia aro pectillnrly tho months of norvous tllscnscs, ospcflally iiervoun prostnitloii nnd oihcrdciircFPcd stiites of tlio nervous systctn. l'coplo wlio nro not nt nll inelinod to bc nervous or sttffcr from wenk nervos flnd tlils timo cspeclnlly trylnp. Ktiltry licnt nnd clcctrical dlsturbanccs of tho nt mo.'phcro aro probnbly tho cauio of thls. Jnvallds necd to bo partlculnrlv care ful to fortify tho nervous syntem by thotti'oof l'crunn. Mli llclpn llfbf Kankaiinn! Vln. wrltc! ' Sc-vprnl tlmei durliiK tho pnH two j earsor morc mys.vstcm has bfcii Rrcatly In iiced of n tonlc, nnd at tlinic tlines Peruna hns heon of Rrent hclp In bnlldlng up tho RNntcni, rolorltiR my npprllto nnd ccurlnR rctiul Rletp. 1 kiow a Rrcat nutnber of woincn who nro uini lt fnr thc tnmblet pciMillar to tho sox, and wlth tho betrciilts." Holcn ltolof. ?IIn I.ouW l!crtKcl 10Tj Sccond streot. Itroolil) ii, X. Y., wrltcs: ' My hcalth was c xccllcnt until nbout tx months no, whcu I Bcenicd to havo a collapie from ovcrdolns noclally, and tho doctor ordercil nn entiro cham,'c of sccno nnd climnto. As thls was nn absoluto lmposslbility nt tho tluie, I had to try and reualn my hcnlth ln another wny nnd wuslnducod by n frlcnd, who cave Pcrnna nich a uood recommi'iid, totry Pt runn. I cnn nottcll you thcconilltlon of my nervck wlien I began to nso lt. The lcnst nolc Irrltatcd mc, ntnl I felt that llf wns not worth llvlntr, but Pcrnna soon chani;cd mc Into a wrll vnmnn. nnd imw I do not know 1 have nervos." Louiso Ilertsel. A ncwspapcr contrlbntor was lately admittcd into tlio cxtcni-ivc pulto of of llecs which coiistitute tho liendqunrterB of I)r. Harttnan. who troat;i catarrh patlcnts by tho thou-and. Amoni: tho fmv swarin of assistant doclors, clcrks, stciiorahcrs and bookkccjiors, Dr. Hartman stoppcd long enough to eay a few word. " A largo number of fcmale patlents ylslt mcfvery ycar, but thonumbcr who nre cntcred on my liooks as rcRtilar pationts and aro trtatcd by corrc?iond onco ls very much lnrgcr. Hundrcds of lettcrs nre'reccivcd nnd answorcd freo ovcry day. A vet grcator mtiltitude take" tnv'catnrrh remcdy, I'ertma, and are ctircd, of whom I ncver liear. Some of this latter class wrlte me years after their euro. " I nover allow a narae pnblished ex cept by the wrltten coiifent of tlio patlcnt. Vo make no charge at any ll'niinnr wlll tlirn lw- t.-iiitv f,ir thtr Jnlii ,..,.,..,,,,,,.,., Mrs. Sar.ih H. Gi II and Mrs AU.i. Farrant ar- cxpc IimI iii thc Mll.ig.- tn da. Mr". I'.nralit N i 'lgaged fc.r w rk in hcr tr.uU- as ilri -sm.ikcr. and wi.l rnialn scscral days. The clilldrcn nf schnnl- 1 .ilnl ttellt tn Westminster nn l"rtda fnr the school uiemorial occusinn. It was deslgnetl to brlng nll tht- schools of the town together and most of thcm werc well represented. Dlrcctor Harlow wetit over wlth a larpe tcam, nnd thc rhlldrcn ciijoyed the trlp. By thp breaking of a whltll-t r nnd cnnsequcnt fright, one nf the tcjim hnrse c f I' I',. Campbell wns scvcrely Injured. Onc hg was brokcn badly. A eterinrv was calleil frnm Bellows Falls. It Is hopc.1 thc anlmal. which Is a v.iluable one, ma rccover, and lt ls thouRht lt wi not be lame. Tho lccturc U'cdnewlay cvenlnp upon woman's suffrage by Mlss Mary X. Chne of Xcw IIamphire waa ver' well re celved by the pcoole rirest-nt. She is an ablc and interesting spt'aker uism thp subject and when oncc henrd cnn t fail to attract a gond audlence. Sat- is at work under the ausplccs of the Vermont nssociatlon for only n month. lt Is a plty tlint she cannnt remain In the state long enough to pet thc ear of thc pwpl. . which shc wnuld be sun- to do In tlint. CHESTERFIELD, N. H. Wm. ntltell has moved to town in the Plno llill house. J. A. Pullen wlll run tho hotel at Sllver dale thls scason. Mlw Jpsslc Howley nf Bellows Fallh ls the guest nf hcr slsler. Mrs. lt. G. Cook. Slr. and Mrs. Uiwrcnco ltutler havc movcil to town from Htnsdalo. They o--cupy a tcncment In C. W. Creey's liouse. Thc law on bl.ick bass went off Mnnd.iy and thc lako has l"n Hned wlth th nngler nnd large and tlne lnoklng llsh havc been takcu. Scrvlct-s at the Methodlst ch irch wcre nnilttisl last Sundny on nccount of the pastor and famlly belng nway at Mnn clictt r visitlng tholr daughtcrs. A number Httemled thc Mcmorial exer ciecs at the West part Sunday mornlng. and the pastor, Bev. Mrs. Whltncy. de lhered a very ablc and interesting dls course. Tnc mnil from Brnttlt'ioro now gocs to Spofford to nccommod.ite Plne Gnive hotel. Thls is .i new wrinkle whlch took offect Monday nnd wlll cnntlnue until Oct. 1 of ench year. Mcmnrinl exeiclses werc nnt hold ln town Saturday. Many old soldlcrs and others went out of town. but the graves of the dead noblo atriots had the usual emblem placed over thcm hy loving hands sn thcy were not forgotten. Publlc oplnlon Is belng qulto freely ex presswl on our strccts nnd storcs to the effect thnt a town mecting should be callcd at once nnd the nmount of monev requlred for a llcenso of intoxlcatlng llfjuors should be ralscd nnd we hopo to see a wnrrant to thnt effect soon posted and when tho llcenses nro granted thnt tho law will bo fully enforced to the ex trcmo ond. WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H. F. M. Davls nnd fnmlly occupled their 1 new houso Saturday. I I.csllc Ford Is nt home from Xew York 1 to spend n few days. C. S. Farr of Brlghtwood, Mass . vlsitcd . hcrc ovcr Mcmorial day nnd Sunday. Mrs. II. G. Smlth liogan May to pick itrawbcrrles from hcr cultivnted 1ml. Arthur DeForrost returned to Hartford, ' Conn., Sunday aftor sponding a few days hero. Mrs. C. A. Clatk of Springncld, Mass . hns beon spending n few days with rela- , tlvcs horo. Twonty of tlio Grnngers here attended tho Sfith nnnlvorsary colehration of Pro tectlve Orange in Brattleboro rccently. Mrs. Whltney gavo an oxcellent mcmo rial sermon Sunday and it was much np- miss umiai; hi:utsi:l. vJBF" ii 1 ' ll "1SS fixlky. KIISS IIULEN ItOLOr. A. 7,. 1 r-, i.it w. II . d tU d l' llle "ld -ldicr -r .-- ',1 is h ih m.m isltnrs wh .itteud clu.rt h Thc m xt rcgi.lar niccilng nf thc (Ir.iiigt will Ih- hcld Satiinl.i c-niiiK. Jiim It l ii'-.cil thcic will 1- a rimmI nunilK-r I'p miii tn make .irr.iiiRi-mi-nts fnr ti I'nmui.i Grange nntting June H A ktIous oper.itmn was porfnrmed Thursday uwn Mrs. George F. Amld.iu by Dr. Prouty nf Kt-one asvlstcd 1 Drs. Pratt and Aldrlch of Itrnttlclxirn Tw-i truim-d ifuri-es are ln chargc of Mis. Ami dnn. C'hcshlrc County Pomoiui Grangc will hold a special mectinR wltli tlu- il Grangc Wt-.lnc-sday. June P. Thc st.i .n at l.3f a. m. wlll bc a cloged mtctlng f- r patrons. The afternoon s-csslon will U opcn to the publlc and everybody Is In vlted to attcnd. Plnncr will bc scrvtd .it noon "n tht plcnlc plan. MASSACHUSETTS NOTES. i Thc iimuial ftcld day of the Pocumtuck j ValKy Mcmorial asvoelatlon will lx- held . ln old Deertield July JU. lt wlll cnmmem- j nratc thc bi-centenninl of thc s.i klng nf tht- town bv tne French and lndi.in- i i 17ti3-4. Frt-d fsrant, 11. whlle crosslng llon-.n-mnuntain nc.ir Xorth Adams Sund.i wuh his fathcr. C. W. Bryant, was sli.n thrnugh bnth thlghs by n stray bullet whub probabl. came from thc ritlc nf ,i tareless liunter. Tnc fathcr was drivlng and the lioy was walking in thc m.id, and thc bullet which struck him also wuunde.l a dtg vhich w.is bcsldo him. Thc f.ith- r tonk the lad as oon ns posslblc to Xorth 1 Adnmx whcu- hls wounlls wcre dref-ed He will rccover. Flrt t.iused a loss of JiXimi at Snuth Ih-crlicld Friday mnrning. when Capt. K. M. Ilnche's dwclllng. buslness buildlng and Imrn wen destrocd, and the Moier bulness bullditig also went uji in smnke The llre startod in Capt. ltochcs lm,iM and the members nf hls fnmlly Kirtly csc.ipetl in thclr nlght clothcs. Capt lloche's pharmacy was btirned out. also tho, storcs of B. X. Miner, provlsinncr nnd' Joscph llerlxrt, confcctlnner. Tlu insurnnce on all thc burncd propcrt amounts tn nearly .15.tXl. GrcentUld, one of tho most charmiiig Xcw Hnplanil tnwns, In which thc splrit of thc old Xcw Kngland tlmc ls strnng i wlll commemorntc the ljath annlvcrsar of Its incorporation June 9th. The occ.i sion will bc notnble. I'nltcd Slatcs Sena- , tor Hcnr Cabot Ixidge wlll dcllver tho orntlnn. Gnv. liatcs, I.lcut.-Gov. Gulld. Prosldcnt Joiu-s of thc scnate, Seaker Mers of tho houso, Col. Olln, secretnry of state, nnd othor prominent men wlll Ih presont. A special fcaturo wlll lo the claboratc decorations nnd a brllllant dls play of llieworks In the evcnlng. Paint Your Buggy for 75c. to Jl-W wlth Devoe's Gloss Cnrrlage Paint. It welghs 3 to 8 ozs, more to the plnt than others, wenrs longer. and glves a gloss equal to new work. Sold by Rob blns & Cowles. "What ls the prlce of Dobblns'i Electrtc soap?" "Slx cents a bar, full slze, reduced from ten." "Why that's the prlce of common brown soap. Send me a box. I can't afford to buy any other soap after thls." OASTOniA. Bearstie yThe Klnd Vou Hae Al)f3 Botgtt B,gnr 7 OASTORIA. Beara the ,1 You Have Always Bought J V ' . v. L JI1SS LUCY SI. Itll.KY. tlmo. Tho medlclno only is obtalncd by cach patlcnt nt hor own drug Ptorc. Thot tlosiring to bccomo rcKtilnr patlcnts' liave only to scnd adtlress, (lurntion of difc.iso and trcattncnt prevlotisly recelved, and dlrectlons for tho llrst mouth's trcatment wlll bo scnt at oiico." ' Ovcr hnlf tho womcn havo catarrh ln 601110 form or another. And yet, prob- Mi .Tennlo rinloy, 70 JIndlon Strcet, ?Icutplil9f Tcnr.it n popnlnr yotiiiR noflcty lndy of that plnce, m rlteni "Tbrco ycars iiKO I hud very poor healtti, und whllo I wui onlyBlckabcd oceaslonally, 1 was unnblo to cnjoy llfo, nnd lockfd vltallty and strensth. I wnsnn cii5y stil'Jcct to coUl nnd malnrla. Kour bottles of l'crunn chniiRcd my cntlro physlcal condltlon. M y head stoppeu nchlng, my ftrcngth rt'turmd, nnil thc polson was drlven outtif my blood tili I felt llko n new nnd well woinan onco morc. It is n truly Rrcat incdlclno and well worthy the cood thitiRSltsfricndsrny nbont lt, nnd lt wlll nl ways have my liidorsomcnt." Jcnnlc Klnley. ?IIsI.ucv3I.Illley, 311 Davcnport strcet, tieiclanil, Ohlo, ivrltcs: "I wlsh to ndd my indorsement to tliousands of other women who havobeen cured throuph the use of Pemnn. I BUflerPd for flve years wlth Fevero bncknchc, nud when wcary or worrled in tholc.istl liad prolonsoi headnche. Thls falllcaiiKhta bnil cold nnd was ndvlsed to tako Peruna for it. Imaglno iry astonlsh inentandplensurc to flnd thnt ntter taklnp two bottles notonlv was mycouch gone, but I had no moro backnehe or headache. I nm now ln pcrfect hcnlth, enjoy llfo nnd havo neither nn ncheor paln, thanks to Peruna." Lucy M. Itiley. ably not a tenth of tho -women know that their dease ls catarrh. To dis tlngnish catarrh of various organs it has been named very differentlj-. Ono woman has dwpetifla, another bronchitis, another llright's disease, anotlier hvcr complaint, another con Kumption, another fcnialo complaint. Thee women 'would bo very mticli pur prised to liear that they aro all Fuffer tng with chronic catarrh. I3nt it is so, nevertheless. Each ono of theso troubles and a grcat many moro aro s-iniply catarrh that is, chronic inflammntion of tho mncous llning, of which organ is affected. Any internal remedy that will cnre catarrn in one location will cnro it in anv other locatlon. This is why Peruna "has be como so jnstly famons in the cnre of fe male dhcnses. It curc catarrh wher cver locatel. Its curesremain. Peruna doe not palliate it cures. "Hcaltliand Ileantv," scnt freebv The Peruna Medicino Co., Columbus, Ohio. HEAVY TRUCKIIMG MOVING SAFES, BOILERS and all Heavy Work a Specialty A Mode-n Furniture Van iiddcl to mj furuicr cpiipincnt cn.ihlc- me to guaiiimcc .iti"tiictiiin in tuo ing Household Goods and Pianos. 'V HAY, STRAW, GRAIN AND FEEDS OF ALL LINDS Kcpt coiijtantl.v on hand HORSES FOR SALE fnr Diaft. t'niu h. Karm and ramil u-t". G. E. GILMAN, 80ElliotSt. Telephonc C. P. GILSON, Licensed Auctioneer for Ver mont, New Hampshire and Massachussets. I have at my furniture rooms, No. 1 Pleasant St., a large stock of second-hand furni ture, stoves, carpets and bed- ding for sale cheap. Antique furniture a spec ialty. Spot cash paid for all kinds of furniture stoves, carpets and bedding. Parties breaking-up housekeeping or leav ing town, will do well to consult me. I will also furnisb a good man to Iay carpets, hang curtains, do upholstering, pack or crate furniture for moving or any small jobbing. He will charee only by the hour, will furnish excelsior and burlap for pack- ing, also lumber tor crating, at a very reas onable price. Give me a call, either by mail or telephone at No. s Pleasant St., Brattle boro, Vt. Very respectfully yours to serve, C. P. GILSON, Auctioneer. Hlgh Llcense in Rutland. Hutland Xews At least 30 drunkcn men wero aboard a late street car for West Hutland last Sat urday nlght. The car was unllt for sclf-rcspcctlng man to board to say notlilng of a modest woman. Karly last nlght a young woman crosslng Maln street park, bound for thc post olllco wlth somo letters ln her hand. was nccosted by drunk and the letters snntched from hor. Tho forfelt of a klss wns demandcd by the boast. Tho letters were not recovered Two young women. rcollng drunk, nre the slght thnt grcotcd ehildren coming lrom their sehoolhouso. But why mul tlply instancos? Things hltherto nlmost unknown ln thls pcaceable nnd law-abid ing clty nro becoming mntters of ulmost daily occurrencc. Aro tho peoplo golng to liecomo cnllous to theso things nnd not glve them n becond thought ns tney strlke home to them? TN Tlli; IIISTHKT ( (H'UT of thu rmtwi J Stntc. for the Distilcl or Vermont. ln thc miittcror IIAHHIirr A. PiniltV. lu Ilaukrilptcy. Iliiukrupt. Notlce is licreby plvcn tlint Harrlct A.l'orry bimkiiipt, hns lllcd hcr K.titlon diitcil May 1, iwri, piayliiR foraillcliaw from all lierdebts In bankruptcy, nnd tlint all cicditors nnd otlicr I'crsonsohjcctliiif tonld dclmrgo iniiy attond licfore tlic undci-slpncil tclercc, at my olllco ln Brattleboro, Vt on tlic l.'ith day ol .luno. A. I). Illil, at Ido'clock A. m.. nud thcn und tlicii' prc'cnt tliolr objcctloii'. il any, to such dls cliarpc. with llielr proofs theicon. ---'-'1 1'. I). Il STOWH. Kcfcrcc In llankruptcy. Datcil tliisa.'nd dny ot May. A. 1). 1HH. IN thc Dlstrlcl Couit ortlic rnllcd State?. Tor tlic Dlstrlct of Vermont, ln the inntter of CLAUKNCi: II. IIIU)IH:TII, In llankruptcy. Ilankrupt. Xotlcc is hoicby glven that Clarcncc It. Ilil drcth, bankrupt. ha lllcd his pctltion ilatod July M, llnt;, pntyiiur for a dl- liargc from all hlsdobts In llankruptcy. and that nll crcilltots and othor iersons olijectlng to snld llchiirpc niaj attcml liefoio the uinlorslgiiod llcfoico. at my olllcc lu Brattleboro, mi tho 1'ith ilay nf June, A. I). liatLnt lOo'clnck .. M., and thon and thcic pifsent tlicir objcctlons, II any. to su Ii dlchargc. w lth thclr pronls tliuroon. w.iicii iiiis.,10 1U13- 01 jinv. .. i. r."fi. 1 II t' HTHH'lr lf..r. tl . ....... . . ... ... f.v.l I,, IH1UI IX- III I t.MIIW II . COMMISSlMNr.llS- NOTlf'i:. r.sTATi: or onoittii: jounson-. I'hc underslgncd having U-cn appolntcil bv thc Hon. Probalc Cnurt lor tho ditrlet of MnrllHirn ('oniiiiK-ioner-, tn icccive, oxainino nnil ailjuot all clahns anil dciiiauds of all pcr son against thc cstalc of fleorpe S. Johnson latc of Wiii-iNImiio. In said ilMrict. diacic-iil, and nll claluisovhibitcd inolKct tlieruto, horc by gic noticc tliat we wlll mcot lortlicpur pne iifnresnld. at 1'icd I'liilerwrHMl'o hotel 011 tlic'y.tii day of .vepteinU'r ncvt, from lu o'clnck A. M. until 1 o'clnck i M . nn ald day and thnt mv ninntlis irnm thc tth day of Aprll A. 1). l'.oi is thc tlmc llmltod by snid court loi ald civdilnrs 10 piwnt thclr cl.ilnis to u for e. aiiiinatlou nnd allowancc. D.itcd at VardlHiro thN ICtli dnv of May A.I). 11. II. JI. KlDDDIt. 1 .... il z 1,. m. ni:vi:m,. , 'ommllmioi's ClOMMISSIONI'.ltS' NOTICK. kstati: nr i:i.viha n. rt;i,Li:it. We, thc sulicrllioni. Iiclng dulv nppolutel by the llononililc Probnto Couit lor tlic Dis tritt nf Vostniii'Ktcr('oiuniissloiicrtorccclc. evninlnc and ailjuit all cluliiK and deinnnd'- ol all iK.-ionngnliit thcx"tnte of r.lvirn I). Kul lcr. Into or Putiicy, lu fnid dNtriet, 1lccoaH.1l. and alo all clalm.x anil doniauds e.xhlblted lu oll-ct thercto; and slx umntlw rrom the Hh iltiy ot Mny. luil, la-t. Iiclng allowcNl by ?aid court for that purpo-e. we dn thci-clorc hcrc by glve nntlcc that we will attcnd to tho bul ncv of oursnld aiipolntmcnt, nt th ollice of W. A. t'olc 1'aiH.TCo., in l'litncv, Vt.. ln said district. on tlio 11th day or Augu-t and 7th dny of Xoonilicr, iinil. lrom 1(1 o'clock A. M untll I o'clock. i'. m.. 011 cach of said das.. D.itcilat l'ntncv. Vt.. thls aith dnv of Mnv. A.I). IIMI. -.'l" w! S.'.UIAMS, ! Comini!!oner-j. Georgianua II. Day W'lndlium County Court Archle L. Dny. Scptemlier Tcrm. 1WI3. Wlicrcas. Gcnrglnnua II. Ilay of Putney, ln lid County of Windham. 011 the l'.ith dnv of Mnv. l'.KH. lllcd in the olllcc of tlic Clerk of thls Court her ctlJlon s-ctting lorth tho marriaire ccrcmony lictwccn hcrsclf and s.ild Archle I.. Dny. and her rcsidcnce withln tlil State and County. And thnt whlle hc 1110 faitlif illlv kcnt her innrriagc covenant, thc snid Archic I,. D.iv has violattKi the tamc lor tliat he dnl, tn wii. tho ln day of June. A. D. l!n. without Jii-t cuu-c. wilfully dcscrt your petitioncr. and hn con tuiucd such wllful de-ertinn ccr sinee: Anil thnt said A rchie L. D.iv. to wit. nn thn lt dny of June, A. D. l'JW, nnil over since that late. hns. wit hout just cnue. wilfullv nnd crnclly ncglcctcd and rcfu-el to support and inaintaln tho petitioncr. hc all thc tinic Iiclng ot siilllcicnt ccunl.iry and phj-ical alnlity so 10 110 : And nravfmr thnt thc IhiiiiIs rif imitriinnnc bctween tlio said liartio lie ilissoltcd for the cau-cs aforcsaid. And it apiK-aiing that tlio said Archic I.. D.iv now resicles without tlio tatcof Vermont, to w it. at Snrliiutlcld. Mns-n. ehUfCtts: IT 1 OltDI'.ltKD. t hnt tlic said An hic t.. Day lf reuulrcil to amcar licfore the Hnnor- ableCwiinty Cnurt. next tolie held at Newfane. wnnin anil lor tlic ( ounty 01 windham. 011 tlio llrst Wcilncsday ntter the iip-t Tuclay in tcp tctnlicr. A. D. 1!11. and make aiisu-cr to tho said iietition: that tho iictltinner shnll cause 1111s onicr, wnu uic sui)-tnnce ot niu pctltion as alnixe sct fortli, to lc publi-licd ln The Ver mont l'lnonlx. a newsp.uicr iiiblUhel at Ilrat- iit-iKiro. 111 s.1111 1 niimy, xnrcc w t-CKS succcvsn c ly. tho last publication to lic at least slx woeks licfore the comincncenicnt of the tcrm at whlch thc lilcllce i roquired to apiK-ar. Datcd at Brattleboro, in said Countv of Windham, this Slnl dav of Mnv. A. D. l'.nif. .1. 11. .MKitKiMKi.u. cicrk. Ci.aiik C. Fitts, Attorney for Petitioncr. gTATBOFVEKMOXT. Windham County !!S. Will II. Baniby vs. miinam county court. Sndie Baniby. I Whcrcas. Will II. Il.irabv.of Putncv in said County of Windham, has lllcd in the olhco of tho Clerk of the County Court withln nnd for said County. his lllicl for ihvoive agaln-t Sadlc liaraoy, scuing lortn ni lawtui nnii riagc to saiu auio ti.muiy 011 tnc l.itn uayol rctiriiary, titt. at llockingham in said County of Wind- hani; that t hc rcidcnce of said lllielec has litt-n Insald Windliaui County lor tlie twcnty Ihc cars pnst, and allcging n the ciiumj lor such divorco thnt thc said Sadie Ilaraliy at Putney in said County. on. to wit. theith day of July. A. B. lKt, w ithout Just cause or rcason, wilfully doorted 1'ini, said libelant, and hns coiitinucil such decrtion hltherto, and pniying that tho Imnd of tnntrimony lic twccn him and tlic said Sadie llaraby l dls solxtil and a lnll nf divorco granted unto him. And it nppcaring that tlic saiu Nuhe Ilaraliy n-sulcs without thc state, to wit. as said liliel ant i Informed nnd understands, at tomer- vil c in thc State ol Ma-Siicliusetts.it is order cil that tlic said Sadie H.iraby ln- uotiticil and rcipuivd to nppear licfoix- the Ilonorablo County Court withln and for -ald County of Windham, at Newfane ln said County 011 the lir-t Wcdnesilay altcr the tirst Tuesilay of Septemlicr, A, 1). ltll. and make answcr to aid lilicl and shnw cause if any shc havc. why the pinycrthereof shoulil nnt lie granted, and that tlio lilicl.int slnill cause this onlor wlth the suhstancc of said libel a sct fortli, to Iks publisheil in The Vermont I'lnciilx, a news- nilH-r puiilislicit at Brattleboro 111 saiu inu lam County thix-e wccks succo-shely. tho last publication to lic at least slx wccks prcvlous tosiiiu tcrm 01 court, w-mcli puiiucation siiau iKjilcemcd ducaud sullicicnt noticc to thc said Sadlc ll.iraliy, of tho licnilcncy or this llbcl. Oivcn under my hand at Hrattlclioto in sahl County of Windham thls:r.ith dav of May. A. 11. iwii. ,nm. 11. .ii.uuii 11.1.11. i ii'i K. Haskins.V SfiiwKNK. Attorncys tor Liliel- 11 nt. SI-j AT WILCOX'S NEW YORK BARGAIN STGRE. Our New Line of Muslin Underwear Is uuite taklng Judiring from the way they are buying it. Wo havo extra good bargains to olTor you. IIo suru to look our lino over lie foro buying. New- Janllnlercs. 10 and l i cents. Ilig vnlui-8. I.ook at our new Ulnner Ware, 112piccesonly10, worth Jli'id. New- toilct scts, priccs right. New filnss Vilscs. tall, all tho rago, 10 and 211 cents each, Gnod goods nnd low priccs is our drawing canl at WILCOX'S NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE. IlrattlelKiro, Vt. Grccnlleld, Mass. WHEN IN BRATTLEBORO DI110 at The Vienna Caf e 16 Elllot St. Fino rcgular dlnnci-s, 2ic. Special Sunday diuneiv. Fow rcgular tahlu boaiilcrs will bo ta ken at Sl.50 ier weck. Ico cteuni and cake. All Mnds of orders served nt short no ticc. MORAN &. COMPANY. Undertakers and Embalmers. 19 Maln street Telephone connectlon day or nlght. Day call Mt. Nlght calls 77-4 and HS-23.