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Hook! mill MilB,'ll". The ISoslon Stimlnv .lournul In free now with ra'li issue, tirtistlc -oil iuiiitiiif,s. in colors, of picmrfs of world-fumed Hrtlsls of toiluv. These ure iilisolute reproductions of the I'luintiiitf. ltrinintr out t lie color s they ...,., in inn iiri.-iiinis. The process of re- nrodiicliiL' iici'iiriitclv colored pictures I in; lt present excellence one of tlx' reiitest (Oils The Huston Sunday .IoiiiiiiiI is the tlrst puper In New Knjiliind lo iniike nviilliililu to the many lovers of lit t those iilisolute reproductions. "l-iwlnTerrv." h story of the Muliie const l.v i l. i chn li "M nun. is'u siinule iiliI truthful story of Xcw Kiil'IuihI life mill chiira ter. The iiii.t'ii cii'i .fully wrouulit mill the Interest we Mi-tained. tiicle Terry's ilclicious limner ,iii,l nllilnsnlill V iniike hiui the foremost clnir actcr in the novel, ami it is said that Wm iill"s iirainiitization ol the story presents him even more strongly tlmn the novel. The plot of the storv is founded on a storm at sen, u shin ivrcck mill the snvill'' liv lllcle Terry, of an unknown bahv irirl. I'u'lilislieil by Lee. .t shi-pard. ami now in Its seventh edition. The November Smart Set is perhaps the mo,t ninniie mid remarkalile liiairaine that lias ever liceu nulilislieil 111 this country. Amoni its iiitereslhu; features ure eontribu f i in 4 l.v live iitle.1 writers. The array of till cut In the Smart Set appears to indicate that the magazine has rouseii tne literary iiiuoiuoii mil onlv of Xnwr l ork societv. hut ot I'.ur oiicini societv as well: indeed, that literature is hecominir a fad in the whole world of wealth and fashion. Ednr Fnwctlt writes the leadinu novelette, entitled "The Wonder ful Idea." a t'acinatiiii; story of London soci etv and the staire. and iinionj; special lentiiies that follow Is "The Ambassador's liiiritliir." a humorous plav in two scenes by Caroline Duer. LOCAL H.-EJJ.T3 CONAN DOYLE'S NF.W SHERL LIES Story, Now Running in the STRAND MAGAZINE November Number. Now Hoaily, 10 (VntH F'tr suit' hv till newsfjp.-ilffn. The Iulrriiatiunal New Co New York THIRD EDITION SOW READY. Geoffrey Strobq. By LAURA E. RICHARDS, Author of "Captain January," Etc. A Wholesome and Fascinating Love Story. More than 500,000 of Mrs. Richards's previous books have been sold "Laura Richards's best story." Clct'eUiinl WorW.. l6mo. Illustrated. Seventy-five Cents. DANA ESTES 6 CO.. BOSTON. CHESIUStK (JMttiTY, UHKSTKIlKIHXI). N. II. Plraamit WtililtK Hitlnn. lioliert C (ioodrich mid Miss Florence Snauldint' were miirried al the home ot the bride's parents, Mr aud Sirs 11 U SpaiildiiiK. last week Wednesday. The ceremony whs performed by Key (i 11 French of Westmnri land, with the rlnir service, only immediate relatives IieiuK present. The bride was harming In blue, silk with white apilhiie triiiitiiinys and can led n liotnuiet of -0 white carnatioiis und wore several of the same flower in her hair. The wedded pair start ed for a weddim? trip, Harry Pierce of Keene being on hand with one. of his nice teams, goins; to lloston for n few davs. Jlr and Mrs Spaiildini; nave an elegant re ception .Saturday evening, im friends being present, u splendid supper being served. Attentive ushers presented the guests us they arrived, .Mr and Mm (ioodrich receiving under handsome bower of autumn leaves, the entire room being decorated with litem, as well as other rooms in the house. The wedding gifts were handsome and valuable, attesting to the esteem in which Mr and Mrs (ioodrich; are held by all and in cluded a handsome dinner and tea set, many irtieles in silver, china ami glass ware, an elegant rattan rocker, cash. etc. Tho "going away uress was oi since iiit.v poplin, trimmed with silk and hat to match. 1 tiev will occupy men- new noon: in u o- lavs or as soon an "it can be made ready for them, where the best wishes of many w ill follow them. THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO. VT.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. I3Q. JJN HUli MARKETS VOL. XXVI. NO. 25. FKANKLIN COUNTY, MASS. NOHTIIP1KLO. The Congregational Ladies' society gave their annual fair and festival last evening. A harvest supper was served with ice cream and cake, guilts and fancy goods were on sale. W K Ware has gone to York state to buy carload of (tows, Mr and Mru .lainesllciiry and a member of their syndicate are in town for a few days, slaying at the C hestcrtield House. FK Mould and family are spending the week at Mr Ileald's old home in Proctorsvillo, Vt. Miss Minnie Worded is taking a carriage drive to lluckliiiiil, -uriliainiilon unit timer places. Mis Emma Alexander and Miss Lillian Martin left, last week for Clinton. Miss Alexander later will return to .Millord. Mas where she has an olllco in trained nurse. Miss Martin expects to spend the winter in Montreal. V W Proctor is reported a having bought the stock of goods consisting of boots and hoes, etc., of ,f S Powers in Ureentield ami to take Immediate possession. Mr Proctor a Xorthlleld friend much regret this change which will eventually necessitate his removal from the town, but will extend their hearty good wishes for his future success. The marriage of Arthur Phillips of Itos. ton to Miss Krederika Pentecost look place at the residence of the bride's parents, the l!ev Hr mid Mrs (icorge F Penlecosi, at Yonkers, X Y. .Saturday afternoon. The bride's fath er, who has resigned bis pastorale lo take up missionary work in the Philippines, was the olliiiating clergyman. The wedding was private. Mr and Mrs Phillips will sail next week for Furopc, where they will live for about a vear. The life of THE C0LTOY GENTLEMAN 1831 1802 U'r.t riirilerfldil Xext assembly November 1st. Subject next Sunday evening. Abraham Lincoln." Mrs Win Ford has gone to Boston to have in operation performed on her eve. Charles Chambirlain and family visited his mother and sister in liocbestcr, and her sister in liullalo last week. Kev II K Koulllard has resigned his pastor- ite here having hud an urgent call to Hie Cole Memorial church at Siulh Portland, Me. The new pastorate begins Nov 1st. Oct '.'Twill be his la-t Sunday here. We.tiuorrla ml. A new bay window and necessary repairs are being made at the parsonage. The lirst singing school is held this week under the tuition of Prof Mason of Keene. Mrs It (.' Howard has the new ell and post ollice which is being built, nearly completed. Work on the new school building at South village Is progressing rapidly. W Ueiinett is doing the painting. Miss Gertrude Cobb has gone to Cambridge. Mass. where she has a position a private secretary and stenographer ill the ollice of I vers and Pond Piano Manufacturing Co. Mrs A A Marker. Mr and Mrs E C Welling ton. Mr and Mrs Geo .1 lSeunett, Mr and Mrs .1 l (ioodnow, Mrs Herbert Hall, Miss Viu'an Hall and Ueo Patten took advantage of the excursion rates to lio-ton la-t week. liev Harry K I'oiiillanl has resigned his pastorate here, much to the regret of bi. many friend", both in his own and the Con gregational society, having received a call from the Cole Memorial church in South Portland, Me, where he toes Nov 1st. Mrs Huld.ih Biitton White, d.nighternf the late Zenas P,ri;toii. and wii'.-of li.nuon While tonnerly of this town, died at her home in charlestown, Mass. Fricay morning alter a long illness of lSrighl's disease and othcrcoin plications. She leaves a husband, one daugh ter. Miss Hatlle White, three si-ters, Mrs Phila Schooninaker of Michigan. Mrs .lane ('bickering of West Chcstei iicid. Mi-s l.orette Hritton. and a twin brother. Wm It Hritton. of this town. Her age was (it years. Irs Hiram Oiiisinore and her sister arc vi-itnig II liuismoie. -Mi's Kiln Cunningham his iii-t returned from Ilratllcb,iro. where sbe has been visiting the past week.-- Mrs Al len A It irker spent a few days in lloston last week. Mrs ( . arne A llennett is at her lath or' for a week. Messrs Knight, Hlake and Hurt report a verv pleasant time at Hutlali (( W P.lake, .1 li Hurt and I A Knight re turned troin tne ran-Americaii exposition last week. Miss Harriett Urcene. who has been spending the summer here with her niece. Mrs . I K Hurt, returned to her home in KePtie last week. Mrs Ambrose Iliggins lias returned from a visit of several weeks in Hinghain. Mass. I' a Parker is ou the sick list again. Mr and Mrs L i Wheeler have been staying at George Patten's the past few iavs. Levi t.reene lias gone to rutnev to work in trauk Kendall's meat market. Mrs Prudence Harnard Smith of Colraln received callers ami many congratulations Sunday on the occasion of her lOUth birthday. Tin' Congregational church at Colraln, which has been repaired at an expense of Ssilli, was rededicated Sunday by a L'nlon service of the diU'crent churches. Philip It Woodward, "2, proprietor of the Woodward house, Shelburne Falls, died Sun day of pneumonia. He had been In the hotel business for many years and was a prominent democrat. Tho funeral of Bernard Shipper of Ash Held, who was accidentally killed while out shooting last week Thursday morning, was held Saturday. He was a bright boy. 14 years of age, and was a member of Sander son academy, Shelburne Fulls. I'M ward Morton, a mulatto, and I'M ward Caddigjii, two boys arrested last week for breaking and entering the Boston ami Maine station at Wbately, and a school house in the same town, ami for taking away various articles, were senteic'cd at (ireeniicld Mon day morning to the Massachusetts reformatory. Quotations on Products In the Leading Demand. I'ustiin ,(lcl. 21. - Mutter Is well mis (iiinctl ut tlm stronger prbi's, willi a pretty 1'ulf di'iiiniiil noted, Kxtru crenim'1'.v, small pl;gs, 'SVn'SMii;; ntirtli itii fresh, round lots, liJ'i'if-.'lr; wcxleni, 22fi'SlV.i", onslcni, 'SWUw, ilnirii's. IS (a !); Ilrsts, INOPlc; Indies, Ufa 17c; jolililng, ',ic to HHAIN KOO!) XOXjKXSK. Another ridiculous food f id lias heen br.iuded by the most I'linipetcnt author ities, 'i'liey have nispelled tin" silly no tion that one kind of fond i needed for brain, another for muscles iiiui still another lor bones.. A correct diet w ill not only nourish a particular part of the body, but it will sustain every other part. Yet, however gooi vour food may he, its nutriment is destroyed by indigestion or d)spep'ia. You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their comiiiK by tax icg regular doses of Green 8 Aujfust Flower, the lavoritc medicine of the healthy millions. A few doses aids digestion, stimulates the liver to healthy action, purities the blood, and makes you feel buoyant Htid vigorous. You can net 1'r O Cj Green's remedies j at Cireeno's drui; store. (Jit Green's special Almanac. NEARBY MASSACHUSETTS NEWS llcci.lon III ilia Famuli. Clairvoyant C'aae. The famous clairvoyant ease of dnscphiuc I. Moore of Spriugtield against the executors of the e-tate of Willard Klincr. is decided for the defendants. This is the case brought to secure the enforcement of a contract al leged to have been made between the plain till', who Is a clairvoyant, and Willard h'lmer. ov which lie was to give her a certain mort gage in consideration of several business aud test sittings, if her prediction as to the time of his death came true. His death occurred within the time specified, and she brought the action to recover from the estate. Ths OiaY Agriculture! NEWSpaper, AXD ADi!ITTi:i)LY THE Leiiing ArMtaral Mrnal of lbs WofL Every department written by specialists, the highest authorities in their ri-speetivo lines. No other paper pretends to compete with it in qualifications of editon'aLi'talT. Gives tho agricultural with r. di-i-ri-e of completeness not even attempted by othc.-d. IXDISPEKSAMLB TO ALL COUNTRY RESIDENTS WHO WISH TO ICEKP I P WITH THE Tl.lfKS. Klncle f,ulisrrl;.ltn. S1..'.0; Tnu Subscript loan. S'J.'.O; Five iSoJiHrriiitiOD, G-'.oO, SPECIAL IDlTK.tIEXTStoItAISEUS op J. is:;i:it ci. IBs. Four oj(s' Ti'Uil Trip of cents. SPECIMEN COPIES will be mailed free on reqmwt. It will pay nny itody iuti'rtfI inany vr.n-in country life to st-uj for them. AtUlrpss the puliisherst LUTHER TUCKER A SON, Altiauy, IV. Y Hardware! Hardware! Here- the place In buy A X ES. yes. I have tne nest on tne market ior - - - - - .lack Frost Axe, - - - - - - - - - Helves. .10, .20 and Lanterns, - - ..VI to 1.15 Baskets. - - ------- ;, xnd Step Ladders, ...... .(!." and up. Iron Table. 1.00 lot hen Keels, S.00 V ringers. ....... $ l.'J.'i and up. Mop Wringers, 1 ;j." Itinlding Paper. 2 1-2 cts li. or Hoc er roll. ails, ........ 3 i-2 ami 4c Brads. TaeKs. S)-ren s. B-.Rs. Ix ks, Iloor Relts, lioor Springs and Checks. Gla-s, Put ty, Wood. Hand ami Crosscut Saws. Meat finders. Feed Bags. aD, niany other thimrs that ou are in need ot. Price are lo and now is the time to buy. tS Imp me po-tal and I will some ar.l measure for your Storm Window and lioors. lt well to have tlieni ready a little hefort. hand. Furniture repairing. av filing, glaz ing and all kiuds wood work d.me to order. DON A. WILDER. 40 KUiot St. i Wlnclietar. licorge C, tl e four-vear-old sun of F 1' Kef loin, who was taken to Carney hospital. Itos. ton, to have a broken and deformed arm re- lirokeu and readuisted, is renorlcd as doing we. I I. Nelson lias returned from a ten days' hunt at Moosehead Lake. .Maine. He brought buck a tine buck weighing lsi) pounds and a doe weighing 120. both of which he killed one day last week. Clifford Fisher, aged about 11 years, fell from a tall tree near the school yard in the Hunt district last week, breaking his left wrist and badly wrenching his back. He was trying to catch a red sipiirrel. As Miss Carrie Stevens was driving down Manning hill Friday, her horse became fright. eneti at an automobile and .lumped over the bank, tipping over the carriage and throwing Miss Stevens out. She became entangled iii one of the wheels and was dragged a short distanceandbadlybriiised.hut.it is hoped, not seriously injured. The carriage was com pletely wrecked. Aiortli Hlnartale. n.irry (iiflbrd had a husking Tuesday niehl wtok-ii was well attended, supper was served. Mr and Mrs Henry strecter will give a party Saturday eveninc in honor of their sou iu-law's, W K Miner's, birthday. Fred Chandler, our road agent, has a force of men at work on the Liseom bridge, putting in new abutments, which were washed out a short time ago. The choppers have commenced work on Terryl 'Crowningshield'a wood lot. recently sold "to the Diamond Match Co. A steaiii mill from eruon will locate there this week Mr Wilder, w ho is visiting his daughter. Mrs Krurv. fell down stairs recently iniiirinir nis nip quite nauiv. nr nicker, who was called, tald there were no bones broken, but thought it would be some time before he could get about. The repairs on the Kimball house are now completed and the house will soon be opened to the public. Mr lonard. the new land lord, has had the house newly furnished throughout and it is now one of the iet ap pointed country hotels in this section. Mr and Mrs E C Barrett and daughter. f; race, of Orange. Mass. s.ent Saturdat night and Sunday at his father's. Iroy Tailor visited relatives ver simdav. Miss i;.iv sireeter wa able to attend church Sunday for the first time since her illness. MrsTerrvl ro iiiigiiiei.i is iii. in. inner is navn.g hi bouse on the Fred Butler phu-e repaired. nenry nomas was in lown last week. Kx-senator I. F l.iscoin is at the Pan-Anx-ri- an this week, a voiniiiuied bv hi brother. sainuel. Mr and Mrs A K Tern v went to Gill. Mass, aturdav. llichard Urine. 17, son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Uruee of lioiidvillc, was badly but not fatally shot Saturday, while out limiting. While crawling uniter'some brush he acci dentally struck the trigger of his gun, which was cocked, and discharged the piece. The charge struck his left forearm, breast and hand. Katharine Fullerton, II A. of the class of l'.Hin. Welleslev, and M A of la-t spring, has been awanled the Century magazine prize of 2,"hi for the best short 'story submitted ill their college graduate story writers' competi tion. Her story is culled "The Popnirs 111 the Wheat."' Miss Fullerton comes of a fam ily of writers. Charles Albortn, cha'gHi with the murder of hist wife. Nathalie, in Hul yoke, 8ppt 1, l'.KKI, was tried at SprirgfielJ this week-. Mrs Kvalina licauory, a nister of the dead wcniae. wbo saw the murder, was tho princi pal witness for the state. A vcrdiet of guilty in tho second degree was found Tu, Jay (n(j Alliorto was sc tonced to the .state prison for life, the first day to bo in solitary cnufinemoiut and the, rest at hard labor. I le inure. ('Iii'cso continues In sternly ili'tiiiitid ut stonily prices. Humid hits, new, '.) 10 .".-lo; siige, lKwUVie; Jobbing, Hf-tlit higher. Cholco fresh eggs arc In limited sup ply, with the lii.'irket iirtii. The lies! storage eggs lire steady, Willi tlioinnr lict linn. Knrly stonigo, IV' l!lc; fresh western, IMiiUli',- clioice ,M ii'lilgnil, 'SJn: 2"c; eiisli'i'ii, r mill lip; Jobbing, le to l'ie higher. New lieiiiis ure slow nlmnl getting in from tlio west, mid lictii-e the tiiurliet Is pretty linn, iiinlcr the ruthrr limited supply of idil beiitis. There is :i good demitnil for theliest full uppli's, ut steady prices. Winter fruit is beginning to come forward, mill on the whole Is fully is nliiiiuliint ns expected. The npple ernp is decidedly Irregular. Some sec! Ions of Maine hnve it guild crop, while other sei lliuis hnve very few. Asa whole there is doubtless about half of a full ernp in New Kng hmd, while In some scetiuiis of the west there Is a good crop. Other sections hnve very lew apples. In the country gooil prices lire being paid for the best winter tipples; even beetle:' than this market w ill warrant at pi t sent. Mora quotations lire steady. ( liaveiisteitis. .rt .".mi I.,.-,; w estern Hen Davis. .$::w R..MI; pippins. SU'i.'i: porters:. .''.."i ,'!; fancy No. I Baldwins, S.',vj;i.2."i; fair qua i l.v. &'2Vti'2."; fancy greenings, C't'.'I.J.'i; fair quality, $2',iir,rj':,: No. L'. all grades, LT.ViL'.L'."; snows. J'ltyn ,'L.Mi; pound sweets. S'J'iiViX.'Si: oilier sweets. .1 .Ti'fii'J; mixed apples. .'",( J.r.ii; bushels. r.iiefi.'Sl.r.d; clmicc and jobbing lots, .'Hi -''.si rniire. I'ears eiiiitiiiiie In full ttpply. ami are rather easy. I'Xeept fur I lie choicest lots. Bartletts. sl.T.VilV.lii ier bn; common varieties, 7,V'i.'l.'..."i per 1m. Urn pes are in full supply, with th" market rather easy. I tela wares. 10' 12c; Niagaras. IKi !:!; Hriglitons, liii-; f'oticol'ds. N',Si2c; Salenis. lic; Marthas. V'sc; Cat an bus, P'eliie; Tokays. $ (! 1.7." per eft ; jobbing. V'L'c higher. ( 'raiiberries are prei ty firm and quoted nt .!.. -.livid for bids; crts. S,7.V2. Crabapples are not in very full supply mid bring fair prices. They sell at Sift; 1.2." per bx for good. Quinces arc fairly plenty, and sell at ?"'i."i per 11 I . as lo quality. 0KANUE COUNTY. TunlirlilRc. Harry Cliapiiian is employed In the store of M T King, posting books. The late Daniel Ilackett place was sold last week to Win Danforth for ijiihO. Thomas V llroiighton, a soldier, aged about fin, died recently at his home, of consump tion. Within one month Daniel Ilackett, 7S. A X King. s , Thomas F llroiighton, till, and A I' Saiiller, 77, have died, lb'ii Tucker has bought over 2.000 bushels of cider apples in town, paving ;I0 cents per hundred, delivered at South lioyallon station. A I' Saulter, "7. died la-t week Thursday at his home on lint Spring road. His tuneral was at his late residence Saturday. Ifev Mr Heed of Hethel. olliciating. Mr saulter Was twice married, his first wife living several years ago. lie leaves a wile and two sons. 'iter saulter was all upright man and re peetcd by all w ho knew him. Ht I'l.VNLI cuvs rv Etl ?M;,WT THE FLOWER Of VECETAUC WMis INFUSIONS U IPSd I InvaIt!c io ihc E ifVA'M We all know that ,',' .. -, , P WrmVPiiMi 'ever- cuttynrki, .',v...,C-.-c H.S.'Wm to say nothing of Kausf.-,, ' A'.'y,: HfLe ) Egf H Stomach Worms, I'aral) .:; ( ' H f 3 Pain in the stomach jr. v. ... t :. I am xjr, n nwsarasamaaaiisassBK I'itl.llcl.l. Mrs .lames onev, w ho has been conlined the house w ith rheumatic fever for nearly a week, is able to be out ugalu. .lames Bennett is recovering from pneu monia. Miss It tit 1 Marsh of Stockbridge was a guest at .Moses J:ills's Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Susan Stoddard and her son, Stillinan, visited ill liandulph last week. Mr anil Mrs N H Brown are in New York State for a few weeks. TheWCTl' meets this week with Mrs Geo ( 'bedel. Frank Davis has moved his family into fieo Nichols' house. Itevlval meetings are emit inucd at the M Y. church every evening except Monday this week. The Sundav schools of the While Iiiver District Aociatioii were well represented al the cotneiition last week Wednesday. Stork bridge Common school was awarded the banner for good attendance during the I; six months. I.'ev Mr Sparhawk of Putney will prea 'h from the Congregational pulpit Sunday. F II Morrill and wife have gone to ( igdens. burg, N V, for a few davs. We all know that c'.j from foulness of StoM:. Fever, Acute 'Jye-pejc'la, i to say nomiriL' or iMiust-.-t , Stomach Worms, I'aral-, tarrlt of Stomach. Pain in the stomach if, i flanimation, gaseous di ,u nervous deranj.;i'nicnt. coiiirh results from irritat;. dlVestivo orgaiiH. T!:c i), ,p-.;.; in your stomach develop tbe gastric juices wliich are i;etco.':.r . ditcestion. A diseased stomach loses the power of diu? tinn. ' Itl -TI'K-lt " i etficai ions in slre.-lgtllcninH and stimi;!;-;;.;- ;t . ! i:r-Ti;it-i!. " i.roiiiuic .liitcstiun, ., i.('.'ri:i:-; i r ! KI'-TKIt-KA " is stomachic ' ' Il'-'l l-:lt- IIA " ca'.lcs lie-- gastric cm: r to How in a disease! - Ii.i:;:, :, v, !f( log else will. it cure; I. inc tipalion, l)ysiicp.-in. I'lalnl, nrv. Kidney 1 'rouU.,, I.iv.-r i; ;. i the hi, mil, cures ncrwiusn -,s, in.soiiini:.t level, und en-vent;, a,i,r,Jic,'.i . UK. ItmiWM MKl'ICM. Co.. Albany .,,, (..ntlemVni-After giving "KL-ILK-BA n fair trial, I mn . admit if; true worth in its ffectionsof the stomach and liver, l-or several months I was trouhled with acute indigesli: clieonic const ration, but I have been entirely cured by t of " KU-TER-HA." You mnv use mv nnme in recommending it to others. Vonrs very truly, K. J. OlSTKLU), l-'!",Uiapc St., S;-: . " It C-Tr.l.-MA " bar. fi'.icii strenirlh In its compnii-nt .arts t'rit the l''- -, one lslt.e t- even greater lln.ll lruin a Ui'l. Ix.tUesot otiicr medicine:, lujw 1,1, i:,,, : ft !- W.H t Trial notuo or itwi z.rt-tm" tree. Any tv-'idrrof Oris riarn-r can obtain a trial twittle. of ' Itn-tcr l,r:.s a:,,, , . !t, " 1 1. .iltli ami lieaiity." alisnliittrly iree. j p,i.ii t., Dr. ,1. . i;r,.u n !, Co., Albany, N' W, ti'tvinx year Pe.st (Jnic. !nlrn-s, ynnr only c.t.j: . l,!-r-r-,:t 1- S'c'l n' a nrntrc'-is ,,r eir-ii ir,r .r-i.wir. MB B 'RU-TER-BA PELLETS CURE CONSTIPATION. 1 ETf- . He i A new remedy fur tjiliousness is now on sale at the llrooks Hou'e I'luir timcy. It is vailed t'hiiiiiiH rlalii's Stoiii ach and I.iver Tablets. It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if driv en as soon as the lir-t indication of the disease appears. l'rice, '!' cents "per box. Samples free. Kami Oilier Lawi to Look After. Wa should like li pop, however. .Iudg4 StatforJ and all bis Associate." shew the same unweariress in respect to enforre.nent of all laws encroach -nientsj upon enplo's rights ty rail roads anil other similar oifensee, fcr instance. - Rutland News. lite Trail Came Neer Dying. 'For three riuys and niijhti I fullered agony untold from an attack of cholera lirought on from eating cucumbers saya.M'fc. Ijowther. clerk ef the dis trict court, Conlerville. Iowa, thought I should surely din, and tried a ciozeu diiiereni medicines nut all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea l.ViniKly and three doges relieved tne en tirely. I went lo sleep and did not awake for eight hours. On awakening a few hours ago felt so gratified that the first work I do oo going to the of flee is to write to the manafacturers of this remedy and efTer them my grate ful thanks and sav 'God bless vcu and the srlendld medicine yoa make.' " This remedy is for sale by brooks House rnarmacy. - fr Mrs Leonora E Piper, the noted Big toe medium, has recently made the an nouncement that she does not believe her pnweis to he spiritual, but as cribes them tj telepathy. Let the COLD DLST twins do your work: Ko.lol Pvspeiisin Cure is not a merr stiinu- lsnt to tire.1 naiuis'. It affords thesti.iin. h omplete and atisolute ret by iligesfing the looii you eat. 1 on don't bae to diet but can enioy alltlie eoo.1 food vou want. Kodol ivnen.ia ore instantly relieves Ib.-it ilis- tressing feeling after eating, giving you new life i od vigor. ireene' drug tore. I SOLD DUST " n c'e?n "wtHf about the house at 1! the cost of oao and with half the labor. "Housework is hard work without Cold Dust' HE !. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicaftv I'otatoes ariM'oiisiiler.'ilily liniier. w itli sweetsaiii.nl steatly. I leliron-i. I.V., Tile per tin: Hreeii inoiinta ins. HVoTHc: I. Ids. $'2'i'2.'S: eastern sliore. sweet, .! :SSu I. ."ill per bid: Norfoi:;. SI.:Vi: Jersey (lollllle lend. . 1 .7.1. Celery i- ill fair supply and sells at ."He per d'c. Hir ordinai'.v. w 'Hi I'tisipiale at 11. Spinach i still Ion. at Hie per I HI. Caiilitlowers are higher, ill $1 per . lillilislles are il!uted at J.".e per bx i let luce. 'i.V.liirie per bx. Ciieiiiiiliers tire pretty firm, at SI -id", per bv, as to qtialiiy. Si:ashen an, ipioled at S.V.;.",,". per ton, n to variety and iiiiility. I'limpkiiis sell at Hie per I ix. Citrous are in moderate supply, and sellat -,"0 per bx. Tomatoes sell ut T.ViSl, with green at ,'l,Vo pie. Hi ions ei in I i line steady at 11 bout $.T, per Mil; bu. SI. Spanish crts are sold at SI. .'ii; pickling onions at-" sold at T-V OiSl per bx for ylow ami at Siu-l fur white. Turnips are rather easy in T.VoOiie per Mil for St. Andrews: white French, si: white tint at ll.Vii.'.ik'; globe white. ''." per bu. Heels arc jobbed at ,"nc per bu: cat rots. IHc: parsnips. (lOo. Mint sells nt 'Hie per do'.; cress. ::." per do.: pars ley, U le per Int. Cabbages are lower at ..''(.'! per 100: egg plants are sold at .?l.-'."i per bx: oyster plants are 111 the market at .iiie per dose. Hrtissels sprouts sell al liirdloe per ip: iniisbr.,jonis are more plenty anil (piotcd at ""( per lb: leeks sell at -Pic per 1 Inf. String bcaiisaresellingat Ki 1."." per bx for wax nml 7,V;.l.."ii per hi for green; shell beans. S'J; Lima beans, $1.7.: eiva ben ns, $1.7" per bx. Artichokes are quoted at T.Vperbn: pejipers. ."He. Chestnuts are fairly plenty and jobbing nt &VnX.'Si per bu. Pork provisions are quiet, wilh prices generally unchanged, though some of the smaller items are lower. Choice heavy beef continues in short supply, with the market linn. Hut there is an oversupply of light and grass beef, and such sells slow and at easy prices, in soniecases lower than the low est quotations. The mutton market is steady, with a fair trade aud full supply. Veals are in moderate supply and steady. I.ambs. ififSc; fancy and Hriglitons. !)c; year lings, "Colic: muttons. Mi 7c; fancy. "',; veals. TCnlrtc; fancy aud Hriglitons, l(Pi ffille. Poultry continues easy, under n full supply. Hut trade is pretty good, and 11 great ninny lots are being moved, though at rather unsatisfactory prices. Trade is fair. Iced turkeys, V,ii:((.; fresh native chickens. 1'WM.V: western, WiV2c: fresh fowls. "(ISiIlV; iced fowls. Sfr? lllc; live chickens, 'Mi 1 lie. Is told hv most people. If it were not, the whole commercial and social fabric would fall to pieces. There are thoj laiiils upon thousands of people who testify to the cures effected bv Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery. They are representa tive people in their communities. You would believe their word on any ques; lion of knowledge. They speak the sim ple truth when they testify that Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures d y s pc p s i a , "weak" stomach and other diseases of the stomach and its al lied organs of diges tion and nutrition. It cures when all Oilier remedial means have failed. It cures perfectly and permanently. There is no alco hol in the " Discov ery " it is free from opium, cocaine and all other narcotics. Accept no substitute for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. There is nothing "just as good." "I was a total wrsck could not cat or leep." writes Mr. I. o. Ilrers. of Hsrrvuian, C rnwtrtl Co., Mo " For two years' 1 tried mtiticiue from tiisctors. but received very little brnefit. 1 lost flesh Htnl strength, was tiol at.le to lo a good (Liy's work. I cammcnceii taking Dr. Tierces .'.,,!,!,, l,lw-,l I)l.sv.,-s. i.Ti.1 ut,..n I 1,,I I taken one bottle f ,-ould sleep, and ray Rppetite was wonilertuuy improved. 1 nave Utkeu Dve bottles and am still improving " Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, paper covered, is sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to pay expense ot mailincj onlv. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf falo, N. Y. Uncle Sam" is Out Again Wilh His Blandest Smile, Won The Gold Medal At the Pan-American Exposition MRS. ROBINE, 213fi Catherine Strro, Monireal. Specinl A vent fur New Fn2lani States and (Quebec lor me Most 1'erlert, Stinple ft mi htfitoouttlile Ladies' Tailoring System or ;mn:T n tti;. The PyMem taiiglit anil satisfaction guaranteed. SfMinloKS ami dartloe wateta a iectalty. Kach lady can make a oniume while learning. No retlillnir rt(iilret. all unit see u.-. All are Invited. CiassuM every Afternooti auti Kvenlnx at If Green St., Itrattletwro. 2;-4 .S t New Goods -yon Fall Suits, Overcoats and Trousers. Hay iB in very full olTerlnjr, with fin tn.'irket rather easy. Shippers w ill ship id nil the Hay tlint receivers will per mit them to ship, plainly showing a de sire to pot some of the.'iliuudiiuceof liny off their hands. Straw is also quiet and rather easy. Millfeed is steady, with little ehaiirre. Hay. $1317: fancy am! Jobbing, ?17.."H: rye straw. $1,Val5.50; oat straw. ?VnS). The arrivals of wheat at primary cen tres shows a sharp fulling off. with evi dences that farmers are aware of the strength in the wheat situation. SUESCEIBE FCR THE EEFOEMER. Like Tearing Ihe Henri Strinss. "It i 1101 wttnin the conception of tnan to meas ure my Brest sulTerini.'s from heart disease. Kor yeais. I endured almost constant cutting and tearintr pains a'ootit my heart, und many t time would uxve welcomed death. rr. Ag new" Cure for the Heart ha worked a verit able miracle." Tho. Hlck, Perth, Ont. .10. Sold bv Leo. E. Greene aud V. II. Iloldeu & Co. I -AT W. H. HAIGH'S. Custom Tailor, Elliot St. We are Offering Some choice First Mortgages on improved farms tu NORTH DAKOTA WASHINGTON, " lieariugo er cent, interest in sums of S:iofi and upwards. All mortgages placed by us are examined by an officer of the company. MIMTK I S VVll KI M. PARTICULARS. Vt. Loan and Trust Company, BRATTLEBORO. VT. in spite of tlif " would be competitors" fiercest opposition wli" i.r.uj. ini'il that ovorythinir w'ti- rixetl to conie their way and wlm had a law yer in their interest almost coiistuntly at Buffalo, but Oh ! what a Jl. iippointment when they found that they were not the Oniy Pe'i'iie on the Beach." Our "would-be competitor.," the l)e Laval Company, lelna.-c at trreat lenirth their view of how the U. S. ricpiirator beat them at the l'an-Aniericaii. but the fact remain just the same that the V. S. JiJ beat them bv its work in the .Model Dairy. Now, to draw attention away from the actual working of the Sep arators these "would-be competitors" boffin to shout tire ant tulk much tdiout spark -j that caught in the rotif of some boiler h--.:re ia- toad ot irivniff the actual tests ot the separators. - These would-be oonipotitors'ao back to the World's Fnir.Cii: Z' and state : "they received the gold aud only medal awarded ly tli reguhi'r jury." Everybody who knows anything about that fair k now that the De Laval (Jonipiiny received no Gold Medal. All they was a Bronze Medal. It is true they did have the jury tixed to their liking and that airy turned everybody down but themselves, but when it was .shewn the fair oflicors that the jury was made up of De Laval agents and par tisans, they immediately appointed n new jury, aud that jury award ed the Vermont Farm Machine Company twelve medals of hVneit merits on its dill'eront articles of manufacture ; twelve times a- many awards as our "would-be competitors" the De Laval Company, got. At Paris, l!i00,tho De Laval Separator Company had no exhibit or Separators.. Their foster father, tne Aktiebolaget Separator of -took-holm, Sweden, did have a big exhibit, but no prize was awanled thera by tho legular or class jury. When the class jury were examining the Separators our representative nrornil that tliA snnnr-iTm-a be tested to prove our claims of superior merits, and also presented a written re quest that such tests be made, but was informed by the jury that the De Laval Company's foster ather,the Aktiebolaget Separator, object ed to tests, claiming that it would take six months (three in winter and three in summer) to make reliable tests. hveryone knew this was only for a blutF to prevent tests and tne jury so looked upon it and gave the Aktiebolaget Separator no prize and the official list ot prizes published and distributed at the Pari' Exposition did not contain anv awnnl to tho Aktioholaret or the De j Laval Separator Company. The Aktiebolaget Separator Company, of course, were dissatisfied and appealed to the grand or superior jury. They got the King of Swe den to make a personal appeal to the jury for them when he wa-v'nJ visit to the Paris Exposition, and also the Swedish Minister to France and the Swedish Commissioner General to the Exposition made po;-;on-al appeals to the grand or superior jury in behalf of the Akticb .1 iget Separator and its chil.l,the De Laval Company anil made it a political matter so that it is now reported that when the revised list of prize which is not yet published, is issued, it will contain notice of an aard to the Aktiebolaget Separator Company. The above statement can be proved as correct. The De Lava. .' '"i" pany and their foster father had to get the King and the Mini-:- r and the commissioner to use their political influence before they coi:i .1 an award at Paris, and then only on an appeal to the snpinei' r grand jury. We ask the Dairy Public how nin.b that rortprfj nn the in. :it?ot the De Laval Separator, and who it is that does the "after pulling and haulinff which unsuccessful evhihifma The United States Separator has been awarded the fifll.n or the highest prize At Every International Exposition where it has been exhibited since its man; I We are always pleased to send illustrated circulars for the a-V Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls, Vt.