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bc Dcrmcmt $Jbccnu Announcementi. Lntct moilcla ln Wonicn'sTiillor-mailo Fults nnd Wnlklng Fklrts nnd Vnlt. New I'nll (loodsiindTrlniinlngsto lnnke np ln tnllnred lltlll 0 CMllllfC co-diunos. Mlss Mc.Mkmmkn, 9 l'lntSticct. Mlss S. Loulso Plorco. Sliiinipoolinr, Iliilrdicsslng, Soalp mul 1'iiclnl Trciitinciit. Munleiirlng. 1(1 (!roc strcet. C. M. Park, Tutor, BHATTI-EBOHO PHIVATE Shorthand taught. Prlnclpal SCIIOOL. BRATTLEBORO. rhf. ITnlvcrsnllst Sumlay scliool wlll nnlversnllst Sumlay scliool holil lts nmuml Hally ilay servlco Nov. 1. The ladles' mlsslon clrclo wlll hold a buslness meeting at 3 o'clock next Thurs d.iy nfternoon, Oct. 22, at tlio parlors ot the. church. Jolin Allnlr nml Mrs. Elnora Orcutt lowell wero marrlcd Wcdnesday forc noon by Wllllam S. Nowton, Ksq., ln tho town clork's olllce. Thcy wlll llve on Blrgo strcet. Mrs Jonnlo 11. Powers, luimano agent, shot nn old hnrso owncd ly Vernon Man ley ot Dummerston Wcdnesday. Munlcy sald lic bought tho horse for lts pelt. He now hns an opportunlty to remove It. Frnncis Anthony Hynn, 10, son ot Nlch olas T. llyan of Greenllcld, Mass., former ly of llrattleboro, dlcd Wednosday from dlabetcs after a short lllness. The body wlll bc brought to Brattleboro for burlal today. Tho four wheels ln a carrlagc owncd by Uverymon Stookwell & Putnam wcro completely demollshed ln front of II. B. llaus grocery storo Frlday nfternoon. The horse backcd tho carrlage Into a car whlch was passlng. No othcr damage was done. A conslgnment of 1000 llngerllng trout for the ponds of the Brattleboro Ico com pany was recelved Frlday, from the gov ernment hatchery near Nashua, N. II. Evnn- Hrothcrs of Townshend nlso re cclved at tho same tlmo 1000 Ilngerllngs for dlstrlbutlon ln streams of that town. Tho flrc dopartment was called out be tween 12 and 1 o'clock Tucsday to a Ilrc ln nn ash box ln the rcar of thc bulldlng at the corner of Elllot and Church streets, known as the old Ilaptlst church. Tho box wns uscd by all the tcnants ln tho bulldlng. Ono stream of wator was uscd to wot down the box. The damage was sllght. Troop A of the Second Unltcd Stntcs Cavalry, who gave cxhlbltion drllls at tho Valloy Fair, arrlved ln llrattleboro Saturdny aftcrnoon on thelr return from tho fair at Northampton and pltched thelr tents on the fair ground. On Sun day mornlng thoy started for Fort Kthan Allen, stopplng at Jamaica and going from thcro up the west slde of tho state. A speclal mcotine; of the Kcene llu- manc soclety was held Frlday nlght for the purposo of laislng moncy for Mrs. Jennlo H. I'owcrs wlth whlch to earry on her work ln the Interc-it of the so clcty. Mrs. Powers wai prosent nnd gave an Informal lalk. Durlng her stay she was the guest ot Lawycr and Mrs. Madden. Her collectlon of photograj)hs showlng tho subjects of numerous cases sho has had nro on exhlhltlon ln Kcene. Tho mcmbers of tho Junlor Auxlllary of tho Kplscopul 'church held thelr an nual meeting Tuesday evenlng nnd elect cd these olllcers: Presldent, Mrs. Louls Ahrens; vlco prosldents, Mlss Margaret Martlu, Mlss Cnrrle Haskell and Mrs, K. O. Hartlett; secretary, Mlss Grace II Eels; treasurer, Mlss Mary Cundlff; ex- ccutlvo commlttee, Mlss Adelalde Tuckcr, Mrs. Louls Ahrcns, Mlss Grace Eels, Mlss Mary Cundiff, Mlss I.illlan Caln, Mlss -Helen Martin, Mlss Elslo Ilnskell and Mlss Annlo Morrison- Charlcs C. Dunbar, the maglclan, who wlll glvo an cxhlbltion of sclcntlnc prc stldlgilation at the Audltorlum Nov. 10th undcr the ausplces of Blngham chapter. Order of Ka.slern Star, prcscnts flrst-class recommendatlons. The Concord, (N. II.) Monltor says, "Ills cntertalnment was grand"; tho Hoston Transcrlpt, "Ills sklll Is credltahle to any nrofcsslon.il' commlttee Flrst Parlsh church, Brigh ton, "Your wonderful sklll nnd ablllty was recognlzcd ; Purltan cltib, Boston "Never aw tho Ilower trlck dono as well.1 Albert D. Fessenden was badly burnel Monday afterno&n whllo at work ln tho bollrr room of J. T. Hlldreth's factory nn Klm street, occupled by the Brattle boro Overall cotnpany. Ho had some chlorldo of llme ln a pall, whlch he wlthcd to mlx wlth water. By mlstako he opencd a steam valve Instead of watcr valvo and the steam escapcd wlth such force that it threw the chlorldo of limo Inlo hls faco and oyes and covcred hls arms. Ills arms were burned so that tho skln came off. Hls face was also burned, but was not blistered. It Is hopcd that septic polsoning ln hls eyes may bo provented and that hls slght may ue savcu Tho annual meeting of company P, 4th Vermont Itogiincnt, was held ln Bellows Falls Tucsday, whcn theso olllcers wer! electcd: Presldent, Horace E. Itoberts of Putney; vlco presldent, H. W. Ilutchins of Bellows Falls; secretary and treas urer, Col. II. K. Tnylor of Brattleboro Tho 4th Vermont Beglment assoclatlon also held lts annual meeting. about mcmbers of tho old rcglment were pres unt. Hupper was served by tho Woman Bellef corps. and nn Informal camp flro was new. Tneso olllcers wero olected Presldent, Captaln Josoph P. Alkcn of Hartford; vlce presldent, II. V. I Iutelilns of Bellows S'nlls; socretary and trcasuror, iliomas i . Karrell or Waterbury. A Jury trial was held Saturday ln V 1). K, Stowe's olllce ln the case of C U Pcnse agalnst Charlcs Dunklee both of Brattleboro. The Jury conslsted of G. II Bond, Ira Hlgglns, Frank Burnett, Jolm Newman, S. M. Yeaw and W. C. Mitchell A. C. Spcucer nppeared for tho plalntlff nnd II. G, Barber for tho defcndant. The sult Was brought to rccover 11.3.) for labor, the plalntlff havlng becn employed in ine cieienuant s mui in uummerston The defendant clalmed that the plalntlff vioiateu nls contract by Htopplng work without glvlng notlce. nnd that on thut nccount tho defendant was ohllged to olose hls mlll temporarlly. Ho ttled ntalement for ro-oupment of damages, nmountinB to ?7l. The Jury relurned verdlet for tho plalntlff to recover J0.35, cach sluo to pay thelr own costs. Furthcr nctlon on tho petltlon of the urattleuoro & Whltennll Ballroad com pany to havo the rallroad put Into tho hands of a recelver wlll be taken durlng ino coming tcrm or llie supremo court whlch wlll open In Montpelier. Oct. 27, An effoit was mado to have a meeting or tne oinclals or the Brattleboro & Whitehall road and the New I,ondon road In Brattleboro last Saturday, but lt could not bo brought aboout, The Now i.onuon company 'Ciaim tliat tho new long tles whlch recently were luld on the Brattleboro & Whitehall llno were put ln wlth a vlow to chnnglng tho narrow gaugo roau over into n broad gaugo roaci, uut tho olllclals of the Brattleboro & Whitehall road aro Incredulous In vlew of the fnct that the tles wero taken off the llne of the New Iondon road, whero they had been plled and that they wero rushed In Immedlately after tho hearlng on tho petltlon for tho appolntment of a recelver. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured wlth lociil nppllcatlons, ns tlioy cnniiot rench thoseat of tho discafo, Catnrrli Is n blooil or eonstltutlonnl dlsenso. nnd In order to curo it you inust tuko lntcrnal reinodles. IltiH's C'utarrli Curo Is tnkon Internally, and ncta d. loctly ou tho hlond nml miicous 6urlaies. Ilall's Catarrh Curo is not a aunck mcdlclno. II was proscrllKxl by ono of tho Iwst pliyslclans lu thls country for yeare nnd is n regular pro scrlptlon. It Is cnmposcd of tho best toulcs liiiown, eomblneil wlth tho bost bloisl piirlflera, ncttiiB dlrectly on tno miicous surfnces. Tho pcrfcctcoiiibmntinnof tho two Ingrodlciits Is wlmt produces such wonderful results in cur ing Catarrh. Kend for tostimonlals f reo. V. J. CIIE.N'UY & CO.. I'rops.. Toledo, O. Pold by druifgi'itK, prlco 75 ccnts. IlaH's l'amlly l'illsuro thc bcst. "Aunt Jcrushn" Invltes everybody to her tiulltlng party ln Orange hall noxt Wcdnesday cvcnlng. The Jlurray club wlll open lts seasoii In Novcmbcr wlth n soclal evenliiB at tho hnme of tho presldent, Mrs. O. 15. Warner. Itcv. Donnld Klowcr of Kelchvllle wlll preach at the Unlversallst church whllo the pastor, ltev. Mr. Marvln. Is attoml ng tho gcneral conventlon ln Washington, U. C. A. V. May. real cstnte agcnt, has sold for Georgo Warwlck of Dummerston hls house In Contrevllle to H. K. Adams of Alhol. Mr. Adams bought for an In veslment. A speclal meeting of tho Brattleboro branch of tho Womnn's Alllanco wlll be held wlth Mrs. i:. tj. S. Oaifocul Saturday nfternobn at 2.30 o'lclick, whcn n rcport wlll bo Blvcn by the ilelegalo to tho nat lonul conference. recently held nt Allantlc Clty. Ilnv Mlxcr. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Mixer of Central street, Is 111 wlth scar- lot'fcver. Mrs. Clarcnco lllldroth of West gtrei't has an nttuek of dlphtherla. A son of Andrew Johnson, also of West street, ls rccovoiing from an attaclt of .i rvni?n! ll dhihthi'rla. Tho hollse ln oach case Is under quarantlne rcgulatloiis. I'homas J. CunnliiKham. 37, of HltrSdale, dlcd Tucsday at tho Brattleboro Iletreat atlcr an lllncss of a few d.iys wlth an rganlc braln disease. 1 ho body wns sent to Kcene by Muran & Co Tucsday nlght for bmlal. Mr. Cuunlngliam wns mall clerk nnd was unmarrien. tic lenves a sistur, Cathcrlne, In Illnsdalo and two brothcrs ln thu West. rhe nnnual fair nnd fesllvul of l'ro- tectlve Orange wlll be held ln Orange hall next Wcdnesday evenlng, the sup- per belng scrved at 0 o'clock, followed nt S o clock uy an enlcrtainmeni ami suic. Hot chlckcn ples nml a rcgular New Kng- land Old Ilnmo gatherlug dlnncr wJll be scrved. "Aunt Jcrusha's Qulltlng Party" wlll coustltute a lUting llnalo lu an on Joyable evenlns- Tho nnnual meeting of the Krost street iKiok club was held Tucsday evenlng at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Brasor on Cannl strcet. Theso olllcers were elivjtcd: resldent, II. C. CllHbve; vlce presldent. Mrs. A. K. Mlller; sccretary and treas urer, Arthur Pcach; book commlttee, Mrs. Albert Hockwell, Jlrs. A. At- wood nnd the othcr olllcers. The an nual sale of books was held. N'cxt wcck Mr. V. S. Newcomb wlll be- gln the canvass of Brattleboro for the Vermont Blble Soflcty. He wlll bo pre- paicd to selt Blbles at cost and to glve to Ihoto who havo uono whcn too poor to buy. Ho wlll also gather tho rellg lous atatlstlcs of the town. Any monuy handed hlm to help forward the work wlll li so much help to the soclety. Ixst everyone nssist hlm by answerlng the n.uestlons he may usk. Tho annual meeting of the Audubon Soclety wns held Monday evenlng. llo ports of the work of the paht ycar were read and olllcer.s were elected for the en- sulng ycar. Mrs. Francos II. Horton. the ellleient presldent of tho soclety the past two ears, decllned re-electlon. J nere was no onu elected to that olllce. The other oliicers for the past year were re- j elected. Mr. 10. B. Davcnport wus choseu i (lelesate to attend tho meeting of the national commlttee of Audubon soclctlos to bo held ln Phlladelphla Nov. IS. The Ited Featl.er." a romantlc oi.era I ln two acts. by ICcginald De Koven, Charles Kleln and Charles K. Cook, was glven lts llrst pretcntntlon bcfmv a packcd hous-e by the Ziegllold Opera com pany In the Academy of Muslc lu Bal timore Oct. C. ,V illstlnct succes was scored, and tho despatches to the New Vork Journal mentlon M ron P. D.ivls maklng a declded hlt In the rolo of Count JCeogan. Thcrc are M peoplo In the en semhle, and tho production Is massvo In every partlcular. Kncouraged by the successful sale of lots on Oak Grove avenue, Henry O. Clark has bought about 10 acres of latid In Orcenlleld, Mass., at the corner of Sllver nnd Illgh streets, nnd has had it dlvlded Into bulldlng lots, whlch wtll be sold by nuetton Oct. 22, 2:1 and 21. The sale wlll be conduotcd by P. B. Moore of Sprlngllcld. Tho electric rallroad runs near the property. Mr. Clark says the rallroad company ls plannlng to extenil the road, wnlch wlll mnke thc property stlll moro convenlentlv loeated. Tho annual rally servlce of tho Metho- dlst Sunday scliool was held Sunday ln tho maln nudlcnce room, taklng tho iilace of tho rcgular mornlng pieachlng ser vlce. There was a large attendanc, and tho excrclses were Intertstlng and well carrled out. Tho concert program exer- clse consldered the gcneral subjcct of ! Sunday scliool work In dllTerent phases. There was slnglng by thc scliool and by tho cholr and n chorus of childrcn, and other muslcal numbtrs wero n vocal solo by Mlss Kllzabeth lwls and a violln solo by Ployd Johnson. Tho regular ses slon of tho scliool followed wlth an In creased attcndancc. Thomas Joseph Gulheen and Mlss Jo scphlne Fitzgerald were marrled at D o'clock Wednesday mornlng ln St. Ml chael's rtoman Cathollc church by Rev. Patrlck Cunnlnghnm. John I-'. Gulheen, brother of tho brldegroom, wns bcst man, nnd Mlss Katherlnc Cavanaugh was brldesmald. The brlde's dress was Ve netlan blue, and she wore a hat to match. Tho brldesmald was dressed ln green. The brlde's slster, Mrs. Danlel llearly of Sprlnglleld, Muss., nnd Mlss Helen Pltz- goruld of Westfield, nlecu of the brlde wero present. Mr. and Mrs. Gulheen left for a wetk's vlslt wlth Mr. Gulheen's brother, Patrlck Gulheen In Albany, N. Y. They wlll begln houekeeplng In Jamcs Austln's house near tho top of tho South Maln street hlll. Mr. Gulheen ls a son or Mr. and .Mrs. John Gulheen of Washington street and is asslstant bng gage master at tho rallroad statlon. Mrs. Gulheen has been a resldent of Brattle boro about slx years, comlng to Brattle boro from Sprlngfleld, Mass, Both youiiK poople uro populur wlth thelr as sociatcs. Hlgh olllclals of the Grand Trunk and the Central Vermont rallroad systems were ln Brattleboro Wednesday on thelr nnnual tour of Inspectlon. Tho party In cludei Gcm'ral Manager Charles M. Hays, General Trafllc MariuBer John W. Ioud nna Dlrcctor K. II. Baker of Montreal, represontlng tho Grund Trunk road, und Geneiul Manager E. II. Fltzhugh, Super Intendent ot Transortatlon W. K. Mul llns. Gcncrul Krelght Agent J. 10. Dal rymplo, Superlntendent of Structures J, M. Morrlson of St. Albans and Dlvlslon Superlntendent Kdward D. Nash of New I.ondon, rcpresentlng tho Central Ver mont road. They arrlved at 3 o'clock Tuesday nlght In a speclal traln icomposed of the palaee cars Manslleld and Canada and the locomotlvo St. I-awrenco. A fly Ing trlp to South Londonderry was mado Wednesday mornlng, Statlon Agent Burke accompanylng tho part)V leuvlng Brnttle Vioro ut 7 o'clock and returnlng at 10:30, At 10.40 tho olllclals started by speclal traln for New Ivondon, returnlng to Brat tleboro Wednesday nlght nnd contlnulng throuBh to Montreal for nn inspectlon of the Grand Trunk llno. Letlers wero sent to the pastors of tho Brattleboro churches Saturday by Ilev, Georgo B, Lnwson, of tho Flrst Baptist church, stntlng ln cffect that lt was nn opportuno tlmo for tho Chrlstlan peoplo of the communlty to expross to tho Brat tlebor llcense commlssloners thelr np proval of tho stand taken by the cam misBloners In vlcw of tho fnct that' po tltlons were In clrculatlon asklng for tho relnstutement of some of tho revokcd liconses. Tho Baptist and Methodlst churches of thld vlllage and tho Baptist nnd Congregntlonal churches ln West Brattleboro passed resolutlons Sunday eudorsliiK the nctlon of tho commlsslon ers In onforclng the restrlctlvo features of the llcense law and protested ngalnst relnstntlng llcenses that had been ro voked. No nctlon was tnken ln tho othtr churches, although nt tho Eplscopal chUrch Rev. E, T, Mathlson spoko sev cral mlnutcs on tho subject, ndvlsing hls peoplo not to slgn any petltlon ln the mattcr nnd stntlng thnt he dld not wlsh them to take nny nctlon whlch mlght bo interpretcd as carrylng wlth It tho lm plicntlon thnt they dld not ondorse the enforcement of all law. Columblnn Indge, No. rc. K. & A. M., worked thc llrst ilogree ut a regulnr com munlcatlon Tucsday cvcnlng. Mnrshall 1). Orout of Washington street has bought James H. llydo's houso nn tho vnine street. Ho wlll tnke pos sesslon nuxl tnoiith. Morrls & Orcgg nnd severnl othcr Orcenlleld merchnnls ln Poud's block are havlng a speclal sale thls weck. Tho Ocrniunla baud of Tuniei-s Kalls guve a frce conccrt In front of the block Mon day nlght. Ilunters complnlu of u r.cnrclty of gnme. Pnrtrldgcs nro seldom ceen thls yenr nnd gruy sipdrrcls are not as numerous us tislinl. I.ocal fox hunteiH have hud ex I'ellent sport nnd hnve brought In some llno spoclmens. A second edltlon of a scrmon cntltlcd "The t'pl'ulldlng Power of I.ove," by ltev. Lewis Orout, has becn Issued from The Phn'iilx Job prlntlng olllce, nnd Is on sale at t'lapp 1 Jones's bookstoVe. Thls sernion was preachcd as a "conclo" In Brattlcboto May 20, 1S95, and on other oc caslolis. tho last bclng Iwforo the Brat tleboro Y. M. C. A., Sept. 10, 11W0. Margaret Hoot, dnughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. ltoot, Is 111 wllh scnrlet fover, and the famlly'H npartments In Oeiirge 13. Orccne's house on t'unal slrcet are under iUnrantlne restrlctlons. Mr. Hoot Is llvlng away from hls famlly durlng the contlmiutlou of the dlsoase, whlch Is In mlld form. Tho cjilld was keut out of scliool for M'Vcral duys lioforo scarlct fo ver develoicd. Mrs. Jennlo B. Powers was In Newfnne the llrst of thls weck for a consultntlon wlth some of the town olllcers and wlth the parents of the chlld lu hcr possesslon. The parents decldcd to glve up the chlld rather than Ik prosecuted for neglect, and gave Mrs. Powers pertnlsslon In wrlt Ing to llnd a home for the lr.iby. Severnl arllclcs of clothlng havo been glven Ihe ,baby ns u rxsult of the Item In The PhuMilx last weck. What Is wantcd now Is u good home The open dier hlintlng seiuson wlll bcgln next Thursday, contlniilng untl) Nov 1. Huudreds of men nnd boys nro plnmilng to be out In lleld or forost durlng the ten days. The deer have multlplled rapldly, and have be'Mi eell freiiucntly nll over the state thls ycar. Whcn the open sca on was llrst declared only about 12.1 deer were slaln, but the returns last ycar showed thnt over 4no bucks wlth horns were brought ilown. and the nuniber shot thls ycnr Is llkely to bo larger than last ycar. A reccnt l.-sue of the ltallan Oazette, publlshcd In Klorence, ltaly. contalned the lollovvlng: "I'rof. I.arkln O. Meuil has llnlshed hls slatuc of tho 'Mlsslsslppl Itlver." whk.'h he bcgan IS years ago. and lt wlll Icavo I'lorence In two weeks for Mlnneapolls whero It wlll occupy a prom lncnt posltlon on the Boulevnrds, for whlch purposo It has been purchusod by a numbcr of cltlzens. Thc colossal statue has been hewn out of a block of Carrara marble welghlng 44 tons and Is Impresslve In lts masslveness. Varlous omblems of tho rlver nnd frultful valley are Intro duceil, and the Hlver god leans hls great li.'lntf tliniriwt iinti ,if fl.n (iT.t II, ,1.. nlnrn wlfej stramers " uanioi r i-rescott. .lerendant ln the ""lt or Cliarles c. Hartlett agalnst 1. P. Pr-cott. has llled a motlon for a new rml . ul ,"p " l"1' Kr,nln' has dlscovered new evldence whlch would materlally nffect the Judgment of any court trylng the causo and would re duce or cntlrely wlpe out the damages found by the refereo agalnst the defend ant. Another reason for the motlon Is the cl.ilm that tho plalntlff perpetrated a fraud upon tho referee and the court by produclug false and pcrjured evl dence, for whlch he stamN Indlcted by tho grand Jury of tho Windham county court. The amount of damages awnrdeil by the referee at the last trlal was nbout J2300. The OctolxT lerm of the Vermont Su premo court wlll open at Montpelier Oct. 27. The docket contalns these cases from Windham county: Kilward It. 1 II sell of Brattleboro agalnst llorai-e S. Wnlker, appellant nnd trustee. nsump slt; Charles C. Mlller of Brattleboro agalnst I-ester W'llbur and trusties, ns .sumpxlt; Wllllam Alletson agalnst Kl mer D. Powers", to recover damages on the sale of a farm lu Townshend; Jullu" (). Krost of Vernon ngalpst the North Hrltlsh nml Mereantlle Insurance com- i pany. to recover Insurance on a bulldlng whlch was burned; It. C. Bahlwin. nd mlnlstralor. agalnst the Central Vermont Itallway company. to recover damages for the death of tho nlalntirf's brolher: Wilmington S.ivings bank agalnst Ch.is H. Wnste, assumpslt; Nellle Flnney of K.ixtons Itlver agalnst John Alexan der, jr., trover; in re. Bellows I'nlls VII- lage corporntlon anil Wllllam J. Webb. Gulldfoil agalnst O'Brlen & Sheeiinn ami trustee, assumpslt; Wllllam Tudor agalnst George Tudor, trespass. Wnllaco Chamberlaln, M. formerly of Brattleboro, dled Tuesday, Oct. 0. In Mo berly, Mo., after nn lllness of elght weeks wlth heart disease. The body was brought to Brattleboro and funeml servlces were held nt 1 o'clock Saturday nt tho home of Myron W. Chnmberlaln on Klllot street. Itov. U. M. Keneston of West Brattleboro olllclated and the bu rlal was In West Ilrattlelioro. Mr. Chamberlaln was a son of John W. and Jano Brown Chamberlaln nnd wns a na tlve of Dummerston. When about IS years old ho came to Brattleboro and wns emillOVed ns Clerk ln thu Amnrlenti Houso by Charles I.nwrence, also In the I wuterciirc s.matorlum nnd for a number of years us stewnrd In the Brooks House when Frnncls Goodhue was proprletor. lle went to Moberly nbout 23 years ago and had been In the hotel buslness ever slnce thcn. He was unmariled. He leaves four brothcrs. Illram of Kansas. Frank of South Dakota, Avery W. of Boston and Myron W. of Brattleboro, nnd one slster, Mrs. Kllza Btitierlleld of Kast Northfield, Mass. At tho nnnual meeting of tho Vermont Federatlon of Woman'H clubs held In Sl. Johnshiiry, Mrs. S, O. Mlner of Brattle boro was ehl;ted correspnndlng seoretnrv in nddltlon to the offlcers named In Tho Plnenlx last week. The Boston Herald of Saturday contalned a two-column nrtlcln on Vermont Woman's clubs nnd thls coneernlng Mlss Susnn Clnrk, who was elected presldent of the federatlon to succeed Mlss Helen Smlth of White Itlver Junctlon: "Mlss Susnn Clark, who tnkes tho relns of government from Mlss Smlth's steady hands, Is well flt ted for tho posltlon. She hns been for some tlmo the presldent of the Brattleboro club, whlch has taken n new Impetus under her wlse dlrectlon. Sho Is a very flno presldlng ofllcer, cxecutlve In nll her methods, nnd wlth very hlgh Idenls for club and federatlon nttnlnments. Hcr ndmlnistrntlon wll be wlse nnd judlcinl, und sho wlll work to icarry out the bost thought of the women under her rule, She has traveled widely and hns the eulture whlch comcs from contnct wlth the world, ndded to tlfat of tho schools." A party of 15 drove to Halifax to tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs, Wlnfleld Whlti noy Saturdny nfternoon. They were met there bv 30 relatlves nnd mcmbers of Ouldlng Stnr Orange. Mr. nnd Mrs. Whltney wero enmpletcly s'urprlsed nnd wondered whnt tho vlslt could mean. At last some one referred them to the cal cndar and thcy dlscovered that tho date wna the 20th nnnlversary of thelr mar rlage. The ladles took iMjssesslon of tho kltchen nnd dlnlng room nnd soon nfter 5 o'clock a bounllful supper wns served. Mr. nnd Mrs. Whltney were call ed to the parlor, whtro another surprlse awnlted them. A very uandsomo parlor Inmp nnd u comfortablo couch met thelr boyildered gaze. The Orange brousht the Inmp and tho relatlves tho couch. Tho glfts were presentcd by Mrs. W. F. Mlxer In n few well-chosen words. Tho hnpplly-surprlscd couplo respondcd In a way that showed thelr approclatlon not only of tho slfts, but tho frlendly feellngs whlch prompted them. MusVc by tho Orange cholr nnd sovernl recltntlons by Mrs, Mlxer were much enjoyed. Cake and coffee wero served at 10 o'clock, nfter whlch tho young people enjoyed games, whllo muslc nnd soclal dlverslons Ulletl out a very enjoynble evenlng for tho Dlder ones untll tho mldnlght hour, Davld ltarum nt tho Audltorlum thls ovetiltiH. i Tho Postnl nnd Wcstcrn Unlon tcle graph olllces wlll closo at 8 p. m. hcre nfter. 'J'ho ladles of tho Kplscopal soclety wlll hold a supper and Christmas sale eary ln Dcccmber. Tho Unltnrlau Vnlley conference, nt Northllold Wcdnesday, voted to hold tho meeting noxt yenr ln Ilrattlelioro. Doacon C. K. ThompJon wlll rcport 6u tho meeting of tho Amerlcan Board ln Manchester, N, 11., at tho mld-wcek meet ing In the Congregatlonal church tonlght. The steam roatl roller wns londcd on u llat car yesterduy to be shlpped to North lleld, Mass., whero It wlll bo uscd ln muk lng roads ou Mllllomilrc Schell's premlses, Tho Woman's assoclatlon of the Con grcgatluii.il church ut West Brattleboro wlll serve u harvest supper at the church parlors next Tuesday evenlng rrom 0.30 to ".' o'clock. lt wlll bo followed by a Chrlstlan Kndeavor soclal. No report has becn iccelved from tho Amherst Collego Insuctary concerntug tho liature of tho lnscct by whlch Mrs. Har rlet A. Olbson was bltten last weck. Mrs. Glusoii stlll has somo palns as the re sult of liur expcrlencc wlth tho Insect, but they are not as pronounced ns they were a few days ago. There uro two Duvld llurum companies on tho load. The No. 1 company wlll bo seun ut tho Audltorlum thls evenlng. Thls aggregatlon seldom plays cxcept Week stands ln the large cltles, and wlll Bo from here to Plttslleld, Jersey Clty, Washington and New Vork and thenco to the large cltles of the West. A carload ot sconury ls currled for tho production tonlght. Tho Brattleboro W'oman's club wlll meet at the Brooks llouso on Wcdnes day, Oct. 21, at 3.30 p. m. Dr. Kduln A. Orosvcnor, professor of moderu govern ment nnd Intcrnatlunal law at Amherst college, wlll dellver hls lecturu ou "Old Ueerheld, wlth lts Arts and Crafts." At tho leceut lleld day of tho Pocumtiick Valley Memorial assoclatlon, Dr. Oros- Venor was tho orator of the day, hls ub- Ject belng "Colonlal Coiuiucsts, Judgo Wheeler has rendered hls decls lon In tho matter of the petltlon of Puller C. Smlth of St. Alb.ins for wrlts of habvus corpus to release from cuslody 15 China men huld ln tho detenlion house at Blch ford, deiilng tho petltlon. Mr. h'rnlth's lohteiitlon wus that tho Immlgratlon of llcer illd not havo the power to declde tlie right of Chinamen to enter tho Unltcd SuiUti whcn tho claim wus mndo taat the) wero natlve born. Under tho courl's ilecislou the declslon of thc Immlgratlon olllcer is llnal Tl.o BrattlolKJto Woman's club havo bc gun what ls suro to bo a scason ot ac tivlty. The club's meeting ut the homo of Mrs. I., K. Puller on Wednosday uf ternoon llrst brought thc members to gethor. Mlss Clark, the presldent, spoke words of weleome, after whlch camo ro ports from delegates to the Vermont state federatlon meeting, held In St. Johnsbury lust week. Au Informal soclal hour was entoyed wlth the hostess before the inemlR-rs sepurated, durlng whlch time there wus mtif to by an orchestra. Abt'l Parker of Pownal, a successful fnnner and one of tho well-known and substanllal citlzens of that town, dled at the Brattleboro Hvtront Sunduy. The Ixjdy wus sent to North Adams .Monday tnd the funeml was held Wednesday at the home of John Parker, son of the de ceused. The Parker famlly was one of tho oldest In Pownal. Years ago, when wood was ued extenslvely for fuel by ihe rullroails, Mr. Parktr supplled the Tro) At Boston rallroad wlth wood, em- plo)lng at tlmes over luo men. Olenroy Ilaymond Smlth and Mlss Kvu May Ooodalc were marrlcd at tho B.ip tist parsoiiage at t'.45 o'clock Wednesday inurnlng by ltev. Oeorgo B. 1-iwson They went south on the 10.15 train for u week'a vlf It In South I'rumliiBham nnd Boslon. On thelr return they wlll keei i house on South Maln street. Mrs. Smlth Is a d.iughler of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Oood ule. Sho was marrled In n tduo travellng dress. Mr. Smlth has been emplo)ed by W. II. St. Oermalne, but on hls return he wlll be cinplo)id by the S. A. Smlth com pany. All of the sults brought by State's At torney A. K. Schwenk agalnst the pro- prlxturs nnd bar teuders of tho Brattle boro. Amerlcan and Melroso houes on erlmlnal charges as a result of testl iiuiny taken Ijefore tho Iward of llcense coniiiilsslonerb were nol prossed )ester day by tho stale's uttorney. The verdlet of tho Jurlcs lu the cuso of the state .igalnsflO. O. I'rost, belng a disagreement and the other an ,iciultnl, made It ap parent to Slate s Attorney Schwenk that he probably would not bo ablo to get Jury whlch would convlct the othcr rcspondents the remalnlng aises belng slmllar to tho om whlch was trled out, Ho therelore nol prossed tho cuses ln or der to save nted'.ess expendlturo of the .-tate's money. When tho next term of county court opens he wlll brlng tiie mat ter to tho attentlon of the presldlng Judge and wlll tlle lnformatlons ngalnst tho re spondents lf the judgo so dlrects. Theu If the cuses aie taken up agaln, lt wlll not be left for the Jjry to interpret thc law The cases nol prossed wero those of the stato agalnst T. Frank Turner, D.inlcl Donahue, Charles Kngllsh, Harry Flood Charles Houston, James Austln, l.evl J Strong and Hcnry Stockwell, Randall Insurance Case to Unltod States Court of Appeals. Tho Jury lu tho case of lt. C. Baicon udmlnlstrator of tho Wlnfred Handall es tatc, agalr.st tho Pennsylvanla Casualty company, whlch came on for trial In the Unltcd States court In Butland last week relurned a verdlet Tuesday nfternoon for tho plnlntlft to recover $Jt and lnterest amounting ln all to $Mx'J, the company to pay the costs. The sult wns brought to recover the amount of an accldent pol iey whlch covered death by sunstroke Tho plalntlff clalmed that on July S, 1901 Itandall xustalned a sunstroko whllo chas lng horscs ln a pasturo near Marlboro, and dled July 11 as a result. The defcnd nnt clalmed that death wns due to al coholli-m, and furthcr that the pollcy had not uecn pald for ut the tlmo of Han dall's dcnth, that the sub-agent, J. W Shelley ol Putney, g.ivo tho pollcy to Itandall to look over and 'that Handall gavo Shelley hls nole for tho premlum wlilch nole was pald by ehcck after Han dall's denth by hls guardlan, whlch was retused by tho company, nnd that amonB other thlngs thero was u provlslon In the pollcy that it would not bo In force untll uctually pald for. The case was on trlal llve days. James F. Hooker made thc openlng argument. followed by T. W. Mo loney of Rutland nnd J. I.. Mnrtln of Brattleboro for tho defense, C. C. Fltts closlng for the plalntirf. Tho Jury was out rrom llvo to slx hours, A large num ber of Brattleboro peoplo wero summoned ns wltnesses. The defendant wlll nppcal the caso to the Unlted States Clrcult Court of Appeals. Aching Joints In tho fincera, toes, arina, and other parts of the body, aro joints that are lnflnincrt and swollcn by rlicumatism that acid coudition tf the blood whlch affects thu nnisclcs also. SuffiTt'M droad to inovo, especially after sitting 01 lying loiij;, and their condltlon is cominonly worse in wet weather. "It has bccu n long tlmo slnco we havo been without Jlood's sjnrsupurllln. My father thlnks he could not do without lt. He has becn troublcd wlth rheumatlsm slnce ho wns n boy, nnd llood's Snrsapa rllla Is tho only mcdlclno ho cnn take that wlll cnable hlm to tnke hls plnce ln the lleld." Mtss An.v Doty, Sldncy, Iown. Hood's Sarsaparilla ari Pills Removo the causo of rheuinntism no outward applicntion can. Take them. II. A. Stebblns hns sold hls tnllk routo to I''runk Dufiklee. George C. Mooney was nppolntcd post- master nt Dummer Tucsday. Thn Hlirh scliool closs of 1903 held n com roast at tho Thurbcr farm Tucsduy evenlng. II. F. Stevenson. tho shoo repalrcr, has put up u new sIbii In tho shnpo of u largo hnnd, palnted by W. II. Stunrt. rhe llrattleboro foot ball elcven nnd tho llus Beens wlll como togethcr on tho Island tomorrow ut 3.15. Admlsslon frce. Tho llluh scliool freshmnn foot ball leam and Georgo Ilnll's tenm plnyed on the Island Wednesday uftornoon, nclther slde vcorlhB. conllrmatlon servlce was held Wed- nesduy cvonlnB In the Swedlsh Luthcran church, conducted by ltev. P. FrocbcrB of OranBe, Mass. rhe annual harvest dlnncr In tho t'nl- versallst church was held last evenlng and wns nttended by n larse number, more than could be xenled ut ono tlme. , liolled dinner wus served. Dtinhum Brothcrs glve u. summary of pert and practlcal advlce on tho uso and care of rubler footwcar In thelr nd- vcrtlsement thls weck. It ls worth ,cllp plng and keeplng for reference. Heproscntntlves of tho Brnltleboro, Keene. Bellows Fnlls. Windsor, Sprlng lleld and Claremont HlBh schools wlll meet ln Bellows Fnlls Thanksglvlng day to mako orrangements for nn annual In terscholastlc bamiuet. Mrs. Ella Newman, 55. wldow of Col. lUbert Newman. dled at her homo In Bos ton Wednesday nlght. Sho hnd been ln poor health somo tlme. Hcr fnther, Al pheus Hardlng, for many years a resldent of Athol, dled Tuesday. II. O. Kverlcth, a Putney barber, has llled a schedulo ln bankruptcy. Hls ius sets are $3S5I, Includlng Insurance pol lcles amnuntltiB to J3Ji), and hls liabilitics are til,U33, IncludiiiB a noto of S3J.O0O to the Vermont National bank, slgncd by 21 citlzens of Putney. A buslness meeting of Brattleboro Chap ter, Daughtcrs of the Amerlcan Hevolu- tlon, wus held Uust evenlng at tho home of Mrs. 13. H. Putnam. lt was declded to hold an cntcrtulnmeut thc llrst week In Novcmbcr to r.ile money for tho marker to bo plurd on the old camp ground. The sult of the Valloy Graln company nBalnst Joseph C. Prenney, T. F. Bet- terley trustee, broucht to recover u grnln blll, wus trled yesterduy beforo Justlco J. B. Cudworth. H. C. Bacon apiicnr- ed for the plalntlff und A. C. Speneer for the defendant. Judgment was for the de fendant to pay J5S.2y and costs. The probate court has dlsmlssed the pe tltlon of the Great Western Mlnlng com pany a'klng the court to order tho ex- ecutor of the B. D. llarrts estato to flle a new lKind so that tho company may have securlty sulllcleiit to cover tho amount of thelr J.idgment agalnst tho estate. Judge Allbce of Bellows Fnlls hcard the iwtltlon. Wlll Warren recelveJ news yesterday mornlng of the death of hls fnther. I.con ard It. Warren. 7. ln Chester. Mr. War ren suslained a sbock of paralysis three yeurs ngo nnd another the post summcr. lle Is survlved by llve sons and three daughtcrs, two of whom, Wlll Wurnn nnd Mrs. Arthur Coburn. llve In Bratile- lsiro. Wlll Wnrren wlll nttcnd the fu neral tomorrow. , Swedo eniployeil by Charles Mlner cut deeplv Into the leg below the knee Sat urday. Injurlng the bone. lt was nec- essary to take several stltches ln closlng tho wound nnd the inun wlll be dl"abled a mouth or more. He eould not' under- i stand the Kngllsh language and when an attempt was made to etherlze hlm strug- gled ni vlolently that four men had dlf llculty ln holillng hlm. Mlss n. T. Colburn formerly of Brat tleboro, has reslgnedTier jMjsltlon nt the Infant As)lum in Boston nnd has gone to New York to tnke the iwsltlon of ma tron of the New York Juvenllo Asylum at 170th street. Washington llelghts. The Instltutlon ocniples a commandlng loca tlon overlooklng the Hudsou rlver. About 7t) bos nnd Birls itt accommodated there whllo out of xchool. A mectiiiB of the bo.ird of llcense com mlssloners wlll bc held tomorrow nlght to tuko llnal actlon on the petltlons of I.. J. Strong. proprletor of the Melrose House, and T. Frnnl: Turner, proprletor of the Amerlcan House, to have thcl'r ll censes relnstntod. Chairman F. W. Put nam retumed to Brattleboro Kriday, nnd on SutJrday the board met to conslder the petltlons. The sentlment of the ma Jorlty of the board wus ngalnst relnstnt Ing the llcenses. but inasmuch a 'one memlx'r of the boaril wns not ftilly de clded whlch wuy to vole lt was thought best to postpone llnal actlon one week. ln order that it posslble the vote mlght be unanimous. K. S. MorrNon of Burlington, state scc retary of Y. M. C. A., Is In Brattleboro today. Mrs. E. B. D.ivenport returned Wcdnes day from a vlslt ln Lowell and othcr places In Massachusetts. Mrs. Nancv PufTer of Merldcn, Conn.. who has spent a month wlth lier son, Charlos Puffer, returned to Merlden yes terday. Mrs. W. P. Clement of New York wlll come to Brattleboro tonlght to vlslt her slster, Mis. M. M. Mlller, at tho Brooks House. Mlss Klorence Hettlng has Improved a little durlng the past week. She Is not ablo to npen hcr eyes. so lt cannot be told yct whether hor slght wlll bo saved. Mrs. Margaret Crossley returned today to Jeisey City Hclghts afler visitlng hcr nephew, C. F. Thomas. Sho has vlslted relatlves ln Vermont und Northern New York over a ycnr. A party of young people ,'chaperoncd by Clarcnce Hecd nnd Mrs Loalso Hackley went to Silverdalo on n straw rldo last ovenlnB and had lunch, followed by danc Ing. Charles Stolte acted well as party Jester. Klrst Baptist church, Georgo B. I-awson, mlnlster. Mornlng servlce 10.20, subject "The Kvangellzatlon of Amcrlca"; oven ing servli'o 7. Biblo scliool 12 m. Two Boys In North, Pownal and Thelr Careers. Claremont Advocato.J Mnrklng tho blrthplaco of Chester A. Arthur at Fairfield, Vermont, wlth a monument upproprlately Inscrlbed and dedlcated wlth sultablo exerclses, wns n very credltahle affalr. Such n stono Is lndlcatlvo of publlc splrit, nnd Impnrts hlstorlc Importanco to lts locallty. It ls n curlous fnct, ln thls connectlon, that tho little vlllage of North Pownal, Vt., a wny statlon on the Boston & Mnlne road, was formerly tho resldenco of both Tresldents Gnrfleld and Arthur, Arthur's father preached at the church whlch ls stlll standlng ln full vlew of the rallroad nnd Gnrfleld went to the vlllngo to tench penmnnshlp. If a clalrvoyant had told oach of these l.oys that he would some day be presldent of tho Unltcd States, and they subsequontly compared notes, would they not havo denoun6cd tho seer ns a cheap frnud? What would hnve becn moro lmmensely Improbnblo at thnt tlme? Y'et In the course of destlny theso two North Pownal boys both preslded over tho Whlto House, Stato Electriclan Edwnrd F, Davls of New Y'ork has put to death 71 men slnco the enactmcnt of the electrocutlon law, but Instead of becomlng hardoncd to tho buslness ho Is moro and more Impressed wlth It needlessness. After the death of tho Vnn Wormer boys. he declnred hls bellcf nnd hope "that thls exeeutlon wlll sound the beglnnlnK of tho end of cnpltal punlshment In New York." Sprlngneld Hepubllcan. Thoso unhappy people who suffer from nervousness and dyspepsla should uso Carter's Uttlo Nervo Pllls, whlch nro mado oxpressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspepsla sufferers, Prlce 25 cents. Efiiciency The flrst roqulremont of a, ntove or n rnngo li thnt lt Bhall be nble to do Ui work. A, atove mut hent a rnngo muit bake. To do lts work a stovo or rnngo must In tno flrst plnoo be buut rignt. There nro no better hcators than Andes Stoves thero nro no better baken tbnn Andei Ilanges. To the fnct that ANDES STOVES AND RANGES or comtructed upon prlncl- J)en proved bett bvezperlenee, due tholr wonderful efrlct oncy. Unfo undod clalms should cnrry Ilttlo weleht bcsldetho flfty-ycnr recordof dally sntlsfactlon-Blvlng ser vlce whlch ls beblnd every Andea Stove or Hange. Se them at your local dealers. PHILLIPS & CLARK STOVE C0 Geneia, N. Y. vlaUuxtcrt. ANTIU) C.lrl for i;enenil liouscwoik. :w-lf 0 ctcrii Ao ANTKI). A iirl lor ueneinl houework M1IS. CI.AItKK ('. I'l IT.-. I.HhlK .-t. ANTi:i)-(n l lor lioii'cwork. ln a faniily ol two. Apply al Ilnll's iftauiai.t. :t,tf WANTKB -At ..ine lcun cook. Mlt-i, BnlttlelMpro, VI. - nn ovpei lciRi-il Amer- (ii:o. r. citovi:i,i 17"ANTr.ll-Al!Ciif loriil.l "llomo Coiree." Ilnll's "Sleiim-Tr.ip" ("otrco I'ol. llox KK, Ihidticpon. Ccnii. III 4w W.NTi:il- A gi. hor o. Inexcliunire for plano or mgiin. C. W. STI'.WA UT. HraltlclMiro. Vt. 2U WANTI'B. A HllKiHT VOt'.NO MAN tn leuin Iho nrii'liinc hu-lne-s. C. l'.Sl'I'.N CKlt. Hooker Itlock. Iliiiitieli-,ii "T7"ANTKH-- lnc Iw i iml iii ni-!i,.' 1 i.iuin V in pmato fatni'y 1'i h-e iii'i-t bo ro.wm- ANTnO-A youiur giil nr mlddle-iu-ed w-iiniaii for llKlit liou-civiirk. .No waoh- ing. Auclres llov is.l. lliattlclnn. lt TJ"ANTi;i) N Vl I. l.f.MIIKIl oll I.OOS; TT all klmN dchvcrcd ut our uilll. nr wlll bii) ftaiidliigtimlHT. Tll K ti. A. SMITII CO. "7"ANTi:i) Milt uihhI lilnilxTof nll kliuN. V Kitl'er "titudiiur tiniber or delhered ut mlll. IHII.IIKS .V MAIII IX. rnttlol-ui. 40tf "IXT'AN'I i:ii-Al oino. ln. in nml w fe. Wllo M todo hoiiM-wnik. iiiiiii to drie tcniii. (iinHl wtige. Aildiv-c. "II.." Cue l'hii'lll Oltiie ir,sTi'.i). cinr.it aimm.i'.s -wmi p.iy T V hlflu-l ii-h pri, e for clder apple dchv eitil nt tleile ot, Itiatl clKiro, nt any llme. .-. ll. .MlNi:it. Ilrnulolmti.. Vt. 41-42 "I7"A.N"I ni Dchcivd at our u III, or on M ( iii-s al iinr -t,n iini, nll klli'if of lufl wi-oil and so t woimI loir eMept i.emliH'k. TerineiL.i. IIKA ri'I.KHOItl) CABIMri' CO. 411 3iihh 7 AN'l'Kll - lly a wmimu, a plaie to dn geu eml hoiiM'nni in a miiiiII lnmily Hnme 111011' nn object than nat-'e". ItKpiiiv at No. .1 Xorthern Aenue. 2142 IT".NTI".l) I wui-t lo tel ln cniu'niliilea T t tlon wlth ei'i-y uaiii. woiiian or Huld that own any re.il etale imy whei-e; uo iinit terwhethcr it 1 lnuw. faim. tlmber land, back patiliv. an I hln-'. V. lllXilMT. IlrattlelKiro. Vt. ;;-tf HfisroitsAi.i:. w. v. wai.kiu:, :ct-tr Dmm:.citim. Vt. ITlOlt SAI.K.-Mift wood -laU, at mv mlll nr deliM'ivil. I,. P. t'Ul'LI.AXI), W ert Ilnit tloboio. aMf TT'Oll SALK SuneynrV cniupti ln goiKl cnnilitlon. C. It. CltOVi;i,I llr.iltlelHiro, VI. iH-tf FOIt SAL1". -Parlor wood stove. in tlrt-eliis coiulitioii. lii'iulic :i Williston street, 42 Iw CWI'.KT CII)i:it lnrs.ile Wlll eall for your i.j naricl. .11.11. wn.DKll. Xortli llliiMliile. X. II. 41 42 ITIlHt SAI.K.-1'AltI.Olt .vrovi:. mm ns 1: now. n.f 1 two wlntor. Om sn, but wlll tell nt a barxuln. Apply at 21 Oak St. TTlOlt S I.K-A 44 cullbre riHe wlth l.vinan - slulil .lu-t the thimr rnr deor huiitlng. II. I. HOI.IlliOOK, Towiifhend. Vt. Airn have plenty of hard and poft wood for y ciilouow. HOI.DKX A r MAHT1X. Ilrut tleiHiro. irr.tf WOULD llke to m.'II or exelianire my farm lor vlllago nroporty: alwi iiunther farm nl iulncivs. u('. T. W.VItK. BmttlcUiro, Vt. 4..i FOII SAI.R-My iroerty sltuated ln Xew laiio. t conistlng nt n twn-gtnry llOU! ol 11I110 rooms, nnd I wlth throo iwiiiis. n nlce barn, koim! gnrden und a nond well of water. Thls Iioum) Is well ndiiileil for taklng siiuiincror court tmarders. I'nrterin call on or a.ldiv-vs KltKI) H.SAHOBXT, Xewlane, Vt. Mf ' Fop Sale. 110 horso power I'prlght Stcel Iloller. good ns new, with heater; 1 Weymouth I.ailie. with tools; 1 ariety Mnulden u Int Pullets lot tcltiiig. nll lcv than a inch. K. L. l'A'lt KhH, 12 Ceilarstivct. 4 ' lt tlsliahlc Si'its, S3.00 S22.0Q. CT.3.00 t j 25 OO. R?lIJlc ,1aln Coats, Sl O OG to S25. E. J. FENTON & CO., Tho Lo3dlr.Q Clcthltrs, ifatturs, Outflttors. GRAND ANDES No Fincr Range Is Built. Jipccint Stotices. T- O-tT-On Tliiirslay. Oct. s, near I)nn. J ton tutloii. u student' tieltet. S,, gnod betwecn I'utnoy und Ihattlelioi'u. w' Under plcieo leturii to Kl'OK.NK llol (illluv l'utiicy, Vt. Forbldding Noticc. VTOTICK I hei-eli) uiwti tli.it nn WiI(, L r.dllh .M..IohiiMiii, lelt m v Ud 111. 1 l,aM (lctolK;r 4. 1KII, wilhinit any Jut , n ,,r piiiMieatloii nnd e hno neer i, , touctlier. theicfuro I torbid all pei-, - 1, r. bnring or truting her 011 iuy mount a-1 sliall pay no billi of lier contraotliii; 1 1 -, t n dalo. WAI.I.ACH A. JuHNmiN .Marllxiro. Vt.. 8ept. 2ii. l!l). 23ivUis. In Itr.ittlelHini, Oct. 12. a d.itihtcr t,, Mr nml Mi-. I'rcd Dunklee. In Miuth Vhltliiuli.ini. Oct. 12. u 'l.ui.'hter ti Mr. and Mrs. Krwl W. Illaneliuid. ln Axhuelot, N. II.. Mct.'.l. a daihilitci t,, Mr and .Mi. ltalph 1'.. Dcltondof C 111U1 i,luc,. Ma- 11111I graudilaugliter to .Mrs. .iru!i llcrk iihaw ot .Wiiiclot. In Asliuelot. X. II.. Oct. 10. a son Mr anil Mrs. .Iiiiuc Tliomiixin. In llriioklyn. N. Y.. Oct. IM. a il.i u!,t, r t., Iliirry ;., und Hmina lloyt Mlllen. DXuvvintjcs. In llrnttlcboro. Oct. 14. by Hc. II II M Geoivo Kdwanl Ad.im und Min Miruap't Cuiolliie Axerill. Isith of I tra 1 1 R-! 1 (11 ItnittlclKirn. Oct. II. by Itov. I'atri, niimh iii). Thouuus J. (inlliccn anil MmJ,h ,, llie Fll.uei-iild. In Itnittlelkiro. Oct. 14. bv Willmin . ton, . .I11I111 Allalr und .Mrs. Klnm.i On iit Lowell. ImiiIiiiI ltnittlelsiro. lu llr.iiilclh'io. Oct. 14. by Ilev. ricnmell. !.iiu,m, (ilcnniy lt. iinllli ahd Ka M ij, . ule. Imth ol llrattlcbuni. lu llellows KalK Oct. 13. by llc rutner llouoliK .lohii lliiiililiun and Mi.s .) iuhua Iacii. Inilli of llcllow Fall. ln Vcruenne. Oct. 7. Gciiruo I). Xuh'ils if Bellows I all- and Mi I.pna O. Jninlii w liiSiuiuirlleld, Ma-v., oct. 12, Uair 1 .irsun nnd Mis. Hcp.rictta II. Allbce. Ixjtli , t 1!" i rull. In Di-erlleld. Mn.. Sept. S. bv He U. W Itiik. Blwin A. Dnvis or (ircentlelil. f. initi.y or A'liuelot. X. IL, and .Mk Kllen O. Ilui k if Oiccntlcld. 1 ln IleriiarJ"toii. Ma.. Oet. 7. bv lte J E. Ilirksnr l)e.rllelil. Jolm Ppright of (,,ir mcr, N. Y.. illid llercm May Dcane of lleri..ul-i' , In Itcrnanl-toii. .Ma... Oct. s. I l.e, W II. Ailaias. William Kmory .luilii un i Ma,, Allen llariler, ImiiIi or Guilford. In W'ulpnlo. X'. II.. cnt. St, by Kev W -'. XlclioU. t'harle I.011I I'uller or Wc-i, V'., aiil Ciitlierlno II. Holdeii of Loiidoiuh-.ry. Vt Ileaths. In llrattlelsiro, Oct. 13. Thom.i. J. t ii-imnf. I1.1111, :i7. lu Westminster. Oct. s, lm Llvunrsti ie lu Sniitli Whltiugli.iui. Oct. 12. liilunt a mi tcrnr Mr. mxl .Mr. I'rod W. Itlunolianl. In llartwellvllle. Oet.:i. Klllot II. I n.icr a In I'he-ter, tet. 1.1, Lennainl It. Waiieii. natixeof Wliitliisrlinm. 74. lu .Northfield, Ma.. Oct. 10. Knimal' Hct 1. wldow of llwlvht L. MihmI)', tx). I it Greontleld. Mass., Oct. 11. Jere-iiuli Pr.itt Morgan, a uativ o of Northfield. 70. 1 11 llreonlleld, Ma-s., O. t. 11. Kr.in i Anthnii) llyan son, of Nicholas T. lt an. f r mcrly nf BrattlelNirM, 10. ' lu Springllcld, Vt.. Oct. 1. fienivo It harl. son of Krod lt., und Ihnma II. Hicli.iivN.n li months. In Wlncbeter. X. II., Oct. 9. Frank Kcleher, formerly of Greentield, Mmns.. ahd Aiuciot.N. II.. 30. In Moberly, .Mo., Oct. 0, Wullnce II. CliiunUr. ' l.iln. . Ono of tho flrst thngs Lord Dudley dld, after taklng possesslon of Dublln Castle as vtceroy. was to put Lady Dud ley Into hls automobllo and start off on a tour of Ireland. He steeered cleur of the houses of noblllty and gentry but made frlends wlth tho parlsh priests, tradcsmen, lnnkeepors, blacksmlths and peasants, and heard nll they had to say By tho tlme he eot back to D'Jblln he knew Ireland ns none of hls prcderess T had known lt. Durlng the recent r'nal vlslt he was chcered by the pe r,le as uproariously as was the Klng. " He s the most popular vlceroy we ever had," says a nntlonallst M. P. " Whlle h. re malns nt thc Castle, there'U be 1 ) s r lous trouble In Ireland," I F You are looking for RELIABLE .- I 'oo'tl? that wlU n've both .iu ... a u pn. .i.anent sctlt f; ctloif you tn ir-past cur iiftw stock.