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Let's Talk It. Over.
AVlll. Ki'llPl'siin is (Hi llirsick li.-l sixain
JIl'S.AlllI'lt Wllifliel' I.Mr-: o, .,. i, ( '(in.
iHH'tit'iit to visil friends.
Mrs. I.uiuu .. MrvriN d' ( nlai- is
' i i t i 1 1 jjt "U. f'i'. 1 Swmcv.
Mrs. Clins. ( 'liuivliill lias i-.-t uriii-il
fram Xe.w Hampshire.
Ai'tlmr Campbell lir.-ui win-!; at Kev
nolds' linidivaiv store cslei'iliiy.
K. 1'oi'tcr moved I'fiim lintikiT lliil to
Mrs. 1.. K. Sinilh's lieiisoou Klin Slncl.
Tins Juniors ot' thii Coiiivalinnal
eliureli willli'ihl a soeialile iii'iil.iy evcii-iiio-.
L. K. Dana ret imicd last rvrniu' from
Kandolpli whuru lit' spent several i lay s
liev. AV. I!. Davenport lolni'iied Ial
ovi lling 1'rolli Sjil'innlielil w here he lias
been attending the Methodist ont'ri-
Frank llowland and wife, IJ. K. Hush,
( 'lias. Slc ens and others went to iliir
linlou this morning lo attend ' a nieel
ine ol the New England Order of l'ro.
Mrs. John Isaacson win
visiting her former lionie
for the past vear returned
i lias lireli
home I ;.'.-!
lr. Henry Jann s of ati rl.ury Jul I
a eonsultatii'ii today n i t J i 1 I'. )'.
t "ani) in regard to the coin lit ion i f Mi.-s
IMadii' I Inujjilon.
Cook, Wnlhins iV llnrclay have jit-l
reeeived a patent tightener lor il'ioir
large, derrick. W Jii-ij lifting large .-tones
it prevents tin in from slipping. It is
tin; lirst of its kind lo lie u -e.l in liarre.
Tim funeral of M rs. Nam
ton, who died yesterday v. ii
morrow at the house, K",
Jiiekson olliciaiing. I'mna
wood ( enieterv. Sue was ;
( . Whea
hc held to
in J 1 lii-
anil has been a resident of ilaue many
J. II. Hilton of I'l-iinliehi. who has
been blind from a cataract for sumo l ime
and who was operated on re oi:l! in
this city by Dr.Mau.-iui, w a - lit ted to a pa: r
of glasses yesterday and uas aide lo
read for tin; lir.-t linn,' for a mr.iiher of
Superintendent 1'. Y. I'.aiiiwin, vvn
eral road ma -tcr, .1. W Mianks. sitpi-r-intcndcnt
of buiidinus. J. 1 1. ( iluistead,
.su)eriiiteiulent of luicrapli, A!. .Mailf,
of thcC. . K. 1;., airivni in tecchy
today on a special train, and inspected
tin' road. 'I hey went to Wiliiam-'.nw u
Mrs. E. E. White of Summer street
swallowed a pin yesti o!ay noon and the
peculiar part of it is she doc- nol know
when she did it . Shortly after dinner
sin; fell i pain in her throai. .Mr-. White
immcdiali Iv wen! to I ir.' i lau-ou ami
after a little diliinbty i
It was a coiiimi.il pin
opinion that, it was in th
and il is In r
lire. id .-he ale
Alderman 1 Mii'ki'e has .p law n very
tastefully dei'oratril. .'1'tie boat " .May
Jlowur,'' which has held its place there
for many years, bears a siiu w.itii tin:
words lieineuibcr the Maine." Two
models of cannon arc placed on the
yf "May llower." Several I.'. S. Ila;;s ate
x nailed tn the hoiist! and to all intents
anil purposes one ami i t tins city ;:uv
eminent is well protected from attack.
Archilcet (icoi'ec (I. Adams of l.aw
ri'iici) Mass. arrived in the . "itv last
t'Viii.injj with revised jil.ms of the city
buil linj.'. A ineelinir of the aldermen
"and Alt'. Adams was held in the Mayor's
officii this morniii with t..c exception
of one or two changes the plans wcie
vol')' satisfactory ami he wa.- ordered :o
niado the i hanu'es and tcpor: lali r.
AV'hcn the. plans lor the basemen; are
ready he will forward them to the May
or. Jin will have the plans rc i-cd in
about one W eek .
1!. 1!. ( 'raiidlc I'osL In Id a special
meeting' last evening and voted Joe -eort
Company K. boys to the train be
fore they left . They will also lie i s
eorted to the I 'niver.-alist c!iurch when
liev. Ellie l. Jones will pnaa li a M i
llion to the company. he J'o.-I al-o
voted uuaniinoiisly lo lvipie.-l ail old
soldiers lo attend both Ihcse nu etin;:
vs well as Memorial Hay si rv h e-w i: i,
out. regard to past alliliaiha.-. 'i hc ar
all 1'eiplosled I o w aleii liii :l:i .:
mpers f ir a notice, of incetui
('apt. Y. II. Ihistman of the lb cia a
tion i u ii llib ot this city. r. ( I'i .cdan
invitation lo attend a learn shoot to be
"iven bv the Montiielier (inn Club in
Montpciier, May is. The inv iialion I -open
lo all clubs in the State, and Cap!.
Eastman thinks the local club w ill com
pete. Every team will eonsi.-l of ;i
men, and they will compile for the
state championship, a bailee w hich vva
eaptured tit llurlinlon last year by
'The local grocers report thai Ihey
have in the last few day- received a
Treat many orders for banc'.- of Miar
and Hour. The war scare is .-aid to l.e
the reason for this, as they fear the
prices will ,".o up extremely UU. 1 lur
ing the civil war the price- were ex
tremely highly in ISanv they arc eoiu-'
to "ct il eood slock on hand. A h ail-ii,e-
grocer said this morning licit he had
ileliveicd a liutlibcr of barrel.- of Ihair
and had orders for lit) more in tin; la-!
few days. The oilier grocer are .-aid
tube ill Ihe same position. V lour has
already advanced about SI a barrel and
nil Tar one-half a cent pound.
"JACK. THE I'EEl'EK."
()l'l;l!.VTIMI ON ( lit III'.
Within the Irs: few eveiiuiys 111 hie
vicinity of t.'liilbb's .Meadow a suiph iiui-
looking eharaeli'-r has been haiiv.iu;; 1
around in front of the houses and the i
residents claim that he looks in vv in- j
dows mid is tl nuisance. There isn
voim" man w ho called on a friend in j
that iici'diliorhood, and he 1:11s inloriucd !
the police that, he inhabits tii.il vicinity
every evening. East evening he not i
lied sheriff Smith Mud. he was there.
Chief llovvhiuil and ollicer Krow ii went
but found no one.
Sir Knights Attention!
A spieial mcelini;' of liarre Company
M'o. Ii, I . i''- K- "f' W1" '"' '"'''' i
J'ythian lli.ii liii Tresdav eveiiiu al :
7 ;ii(i oVh.cli sharp. I'y order of (!
X. J. Kiu:i:i;Ts,
Eieut. ( 'oniiiiaiidine
Mrs, I. l ev A. ( lillAlU'oirn) IltlinAHlMlii'd
nl In r home iifitr tin' fit y nf 'I'uliirf, ( ill., April
nth, isns, nui il (i7 nun's iiml 7 nmntiis.
Knity-scvcn yfiii's ip.'iislie whs uiurrieil tn A.
1'. Itul'l'iird or liurro, where tiny resided un
til fi-lit years ii.o. They tlifn moved tol'uli
foniia. havirnc ii daughter liviiii; there. Her
husband ami IwuiliiiiKliters, .Mrs.lhittie Itiml
I'nril iiml Mrs. Ada 'WiKiiis, were with lier at
the lime of her death. Jie.-ides the ulinvc she
leiiM'.s two son-, I'.. E. iiml I''. A. llillihiird,
I l'orinctly of Mum', .Mis. . I, S. Ketehiun mid
j W. A. iSr.i.l f. .r.i of this city, Mrs. W. 1). Wha
j li'.n ill NehrasKa,to nioiinilier loss. The lmrliil
! was at Tulare Cemetery, April 7th. A Itirjie
! l'iiIIk rim.' ol' friends and iie(uaiiitauees w ere
j present to pay their last trihlite ami respect tn
the ih l eased. It showed in what hitch esteem
.-la was held ill the eiiiiiliiilliity.
lie-t Hum in pence,
lint we shall not funret thee.
I. eon Stiovvjjis working for David Emery
A.li.-on Chaffee of Xorthlield is vvork-
: hi": for Frank llcinciivvay.
i Mrs. Samuel Craft died April 17, 11-413
i lis years. The funeral was Wednesday
I April I'll, liev. W. E. Allen olliciatiuy-.
liev. E. W. Cunmiins of liarre
: preached at. the ( 'on",Tc",tioual church
j Clarence Coodell of Montpciier and
a former n sidetil of this place is in
While John I'ishjwas in a stall a horse
stepped on his foot and skinned his heel
Hi- whole limb is now swollen.
II. O. l!iby attended the meeting; of
the. Vermont IVuiocralie club at White
Kiver Junction Thursday.
There was no mectinjr at tin; M. E.
, church in the forenoon Sunday.
.Mr. Allen expected to be at eonfer-eii'-c
but unexpectedly finished his
work and eanie. home 'ihursday but
look his day off" just the same.
The folbivvine' arc Ihe teachers cli
aeil for the town for this summer:
No. Lillian M. Wells of New porl.N 1 1
No- ,, Ada J, Sherburne, of liarre.
Mo. 7 Crace (I. Ilaeon ;
No, s Anna 1!. 'amp ; "
No. in Manila I,. Noycs : "
No I I- Nellie I). Earncs;
No. - Clara .1. I .arid : Chelsea
No. 17 Anna K. Ilowe of Tunliridjrc
N( s . S, I I, and 17, ! in April, io.
Xos. 10. ami IJ lice-in. May ;
No, Iiean Apr. IS and Mo, begins
EAST ISA KKK.
'i'hc (loo.l Templars held n sociable in
I'aririduc's Hall 1- riday cvcnin"1'at which
a ::oo.l number were prcsint.
i ce I. a lies Aid Society have elccle l
tin- following ollieei's: l'l'esidelil , Mrs.
.). I!. Morri.-ou ; vicc-presidenl , Mrs.
W. M. Carnes; Secretary, Mrs. II. 1.
Cheney: treasurer, .Mrs. E. 1. Cheney.
Sociables are lo be held once in two
'Ihe board of School Directors met at
1'. C. ISanerofl's last Monday and voted
1 to di-coi,tiiiiie pny inc; any tuition for
town scholars into the M'ity schools.
This action was taken on account of the
city's rai.-iii": Ihe rale of tuition from )
lo S-) a term.
The finie for paying Eire District
taxes to the treasurer, II. E. Sar'cnl,
expired Monday niht, and ihe delin
ipicnt taxi s arc now in the hands of the
collector, A. I!. I liilehins.
In the replevin suit of E. A. Strceter
vs. E. K. I lone hton for property taken
upon an execution ill favor of A. V,
Dowiiiuu' tried before justice A. C.
Dickey I riday, liie suit was dismissed
011 account of an iiicllicient. bond. 1!.
M. Harvey appeared for the plaintiff
and 1!. A. Hoar for defendant. The
replev in suit of Vern T'liom 1 insi 111 vs. E.
. 1 ioii'ililon was settled and discontin
ued. The East liarre Orchestra held one of
their (iauci s Saturday niji'lit at the Op.
1 r.t I loli-e.
Tnc mast for 1 1. Cheney's new derrick
: nivel Siiurday and was drawn to his
. 1: 11; M I (I IV.
A coil In I 1 1 o i 1 1 ' to I.. 1. Cheney met
v. iih a si vie and peculiar accident last
Sundav ni-jlit. hi 1 ilbbin upon a beard
in :'- stall it loosened a spinier L'O
inches lone, 7-S inch thick, and 7 -'2
i 1 1 1 1 1 -s wide at the lai''c end, tapering
to a point, which entered at a point
al out midway under she skin down lo
its breast making' a ra'eil wound. Il
is expected lo recover.
War in Cuba. I'ull act of Maine diciis
tcr, catch penny book arc bein-j; pub-li.-iud.
.''eetftat the book contain I'mII
paucs ful I v illustrated this is ihe only
complete history ironi lstls 10 lsins by j
loiiabo de ( Juc-ada . I
I). A. - C. W. l'i.i:i;v.
Mi Washinu'lon St . Darrc.
Nn'iK i.! 1 am prepared lo do first
class work in bouse paint in;;, paper
iiaiiitiX and calsoininin'. Orders
threiih the mail promptly attended to.
All my employees are experienced work
men. No apprentices.
.1. C. Duliiil-., 1(10 Main Si.
One of the women's patriotic nocio
ties held ut.i open meeting in Washing
ton recently, and thu members were,
called upon to respond to various senti
ments of a patriotic) character. The.
woman who had tho affair in chargo
not iliid each member' of the toast f-ho
would lo exp eted to respond to ten
ilays or K!i before thu inneting. To one.
yoiin;; woman whom, as it happened,
Kho did not know p"rsunnlly at all shu
Fen!: tho toast, "Our .Van," Tho yottnu
wouani received ir, and at onen went tn
cull on the bead of the. society in a statu
of jreat ilistre.-s, Shn simply could nut
respond to the toast, she said. She didn't
know whether a joko was intended, but
sbo had been chuffed unmercifully about
if already and just simply wouldn't hi
lic.r the lneeli.'i if sue were to bo call
cd on to speak on thuf subjict.
"V.'hy, what on earth is wrong with
that i-entiineiit'." usked tho head of thu
The pretty young woman hesitated.
"Well, " sho said, "you see, I'm go
ing tn marry 11 man liauied l'Tugg. "
Out of Town Locals.
On the Corner.
Tho Inspector was unable to visit
"The Corner" until last iiihl, as he
has been trvinj; lo have peace declared,
so that In will not be drafted for war,
he, however, used a "chainless'' and
after a spin through the boulevards of
ihe vvesl side of the city, the corner was
reached just as the "lioss Kicker" re
turned troni the city inectin;;. All
gathered around their leader to learn if
he carried the day at the lucuting.
Tears of joy were shed when it, was dis
covered that the City Clerk and Treas
urer would receive as much from the
city as in years past, although thu "Cor
ner Club" said he oulit to have had
more. The members of this club were
lad no action was taken on the school
house (iieslioii, as several of tliein have
swamp land to sell in various sections
of tlie city and are in hopes they can get
siillieicnt pull to dispose of their land at
a fancy price. When the matter comes
up for final action tho Inspector is as
sured that these Corner Kickers will be
on baud to "make hay while thu sun
When the "lioss" reported that an
other special tax had been vo!ed, i n ! of
the allceed poets who has recently
joined "On the Corner'' repeated
Taxes to the ri'lit of them,
Taxes to the left of them,
Taxes behind them ;
Theirs not to reason why,
Theirs not to make reply,
Theirs but to pay or die.
This feeble attempt at poetic lanciia;0
was loudly cheered by the tax dodders,
who at this time are found "On the
Corner'' in large -numbers.
"On Ihe Corner" have been loyal
supporlers of City Engineer Currier and
they dislike to hear that Charles thinks
of leaving the city to wage the battles
of Ihe country. Still, Charles shows his
patriotism in a most excellent way. All
honor to such young men. But who
will look after the land lords and elee-
! trio railroads when our competent en
! giiii'iT lias left for Cuba ?
1 Thi! last subject considered last night
i was the coining departure from our
I midst of Ihe eilv's linesl our own Com
pany E. As the Inspector is a member
modesty compels him not lo say too
much in self praise of Ihe company of
National Defenders wdio, unless the, tin
forscen happens, will soon leave the
( Irauile City for scenes of strife, per
haps on the sea board or amid the
mountains of Cuba. Eel me pay a pass
ing tribute lo Company E in the words
of another who chanced to be passing
the corner w hen the Company was be
ing considered, Tho words are from
the lips of one of linrro's well-known
.-p, inkers w ho has been idenlilied with
the Company in various ways since its
organization, allhough not as a member.
"No one of brains can for a moment
doubt what kind of a record Company
E will make in the pending encounter.
From the day Ihey lirst went inlo camp
near Chaniplain on the occasion of their
lirst niiislcr with Ihe Motional (iuard
down to this hour Company- 10 has stood
at the head of the regiment in various
ways. That year ihey were pronounced
the best clmipany in line. From the
winning of the leather medal for shoot
ing, with one bound they leaped to the
front as (lie first winners of the Centen
nial trophy at Bradford. Easily the
first winners of the prize banner, and
ever pronounced by regular army olll
cers the lincst company in the regiment,
who can have any fears about the rec
ord Ihey are soon to make'. Mot a
member of the company seeks war, but
it is here mid every man will lie found
I ready with his rille to do a small part.
in the battle for humanity. Ihe city's
best young men are in the ranks of the
company. Their officers urn fully com
petent lo lead the boys where duly cal Is.
Il has been said that Company E is to
be the color company. J'hen we fee!
sure that no (Ireen Mountain Hag will
fall into Ihe hands of the enemy. Vcr
nioiilers led the I'nion column into
Itichmond. (live Veriuonters a chance
lo lead into Havana and Company E
will carry aloft the Hag our fathers
saved, the grand old stars and stripes.
Some of our homes will be made sad,
and wives, mothers and sweethearts
filled with sorrow, but Company E will
do their du'y every lime," Three
cheers were given for Company E, the
lights went out and the club adjourned,
'fin: Insi'I'.i thi:.
lil'aEl.E'S El'MCll ROOM.
A. II. Buzell, the new proprietor of
Ihe Bed Star l.micli Boom, puis out to
his customers a. chicken pie every Sun
day; beef slew, .Monday; chicken stew,
Tuesday and Wednesday : lish chowder,
Thursday; lish balls, Friday ; lnunbiirg
steak Saturday. Oyster stews, clam
chowders, baked beans, coffee and other
refreshments served al all hours.
Who's Got Wheels?
F. W. Nichols
lias a line of
imrloc thu ""'st ('"ni"
ivylCJOj plelu of any in
the city, and he will sell theni at any
price you want. Prices ranging from
$20 to $125.
A large number of second hand
wheels ulinonst given away, in thu
j Basement of the Nichols
! Block. Come and see
The Commercial House
IS KEPT BY
AT );2:5 NOKTli MAIN S'l'BEKT,
ml he is prepared to meet the
wants of the public in 1111 up to
One Minute Cough Cure, cuims,
That U whet It wag made for.
A Special Tax
Voted at the Special City Meet
ing Last Evening.
On account of the inch meut weather
last 1 veiling a very large number
of citizens turned out to attend the spi e,:il
nieetingiii the Armory. At V.IiU it look,
lid as though tin-meeting would be very
slimlv attended mid would have to ad
journ lull bT 7. b") a fairly good number
had eongreealcd. Without any delay
Dr. (leorge Ii. Xiehols was elected
chairman ' for the evening- The I'11'1
matter lo come before the meeting was
to lix tlie compensation of City h'l'ii
and Treasurer for the current year.
Air. Cordon told what the salary w as
the past, year, which was S;'c'0for clerk
audi.')!) for treasurer in addition to
such fees spceilicd by law, and which
is equivalent to about 1-Hb Out of
this amount he pays an assistant "H
which leaves him between ir!M and
$1000 per year.
W. A. lioyce made some ipiile lcuglhy
remarks on ihe subject, and as he under
stood it, Mr. Wells received between
1500 and . I Too and did not sec any
necessity in having an asislanl. .Mr.
Wells explained Ihe matter thoroughly,
lo the satisfaction of Mr. liovvo and
stated that liurlington paid their City
clerk and treasures SToO. Ilutlainl
$2000 Iiml SI, Albans i'HOO and lees.
He staled that he does work for the Hi
committees of the city government and
by doing so it saved expense lo the city.
Kx Alderman John McDonald staled
that he was on the salary coininillce
last year and that Mr. Wclli had earned
his salary. lie slated thai .Mr. Wells
had done work fur his coininillce a
number of times, had saved the city a
good deal of expense and had done his
work well. On motion of Mayor ior
don there was an unanimous vote to pay
Mr. Wells the same amount of salary
as last year.
The next matter to come before the
meeting was to see if Ihe city would
vole lo purchase land and build a new
school house. 1'crb-v (.'handler, said
thai the city was sadly in need of a new
school house, and oughl lo hav e one as
soon as poS"ible. K. W. ('innings slat
ed that Ihe city was vn great need of a
new school building. The last real in
the city that is available has been taken
and thai the scholars and teachers were
working at a di-advaulagc. lie said a
four room school house would hold all
those who arc at present, in parlors of
the churches, and hoped that immediate
action would be taken.
After being asked where the com
missioners would recommend a location,
Mr. Chandler said, that the north cud
would bo ihe best but that the south
end of the ciiy ought lo have one also.
John Ticrney said thai the cliuivh
parlors were as had as cellars t inline
children and Ilia! one -of his children
came home sick yesterday. Said the
sanitary conditions were poor. I'pon
motion of (I, W. liassctl, the mailer of
looking up a site for the building and
the character, lie referred back to the
school commissioners to report next
Monday evening. T lie niatlcrof raising
money for a building and site was
brought up and upon a motion of .1. T.
Caliahan, il was laid on the table until
next week Monday evening.
Afler a warm debate between !. W.
Iiasselt and some of the city fathers, il
was voted to raise a special lax of 7
cents in addition to the ,"it) cents for pro
viding school accommodations Ihe
current year. The next mailer to come
ii) was to see if the city would put in
sewers 011 the west side i f Stevens
branch. .Mayor (lordou gave his views
in Ihe inaltor and said that Mr. Currier
has estimated a sewer would cost be
tween $-10,000, and $."0,00(i. Mr. Cor
don thought the abutters should pay oil
per cent of the cost of the sewer hut
this met with objections on all sides.
Afler (pliti! a little controversy in thi;
matter il was voted to adjourn until
The lriiiil voters nf the City nf liiirrc lire
hereby notified iiml warned to meet in .r
inory Hull in .Miles Block on North .Piin
Street, in the city of linrre, YernioM . mi the
iiml day nf May, lstls, ( T ;:i(J oVIovk p. in., lo
transact the I'ullmvinu- business:
f'l liST. 'I'n see if' the City will vote to buy
or coiideliin any vvnter syslein or works novv
supiilyiim-wilier w ithin' llii! ( itv, mid if so
S KCI IX I . To see if the City will vole to
instruct Hie city council to jrivc penni--ion lo
liny water system or works now Mipph he;- the
City with wilier, thy ri-ht to extend' or hii
new lines of pipes within the 'itv.
Tllllil). To see if the City will vole to in
struct Ihe City Council to jri've permission m
liny water syslein or works now in Hie city,
the ri.lit lo nnike new roniiceiions with tln'ii
pipes for the luvoinoihttioii of the residents of
KOCItTII. To see if the Citv will vote to
put in a wilier sy.-l' in of its own. and if so
where, ami wind syslein il will vole to put in.
KII'TII. To see if hc Citv will vole to mi
lllnrize the ( ity Council to hiNke llliv lease or
other iirrniiji'i'incnts withimvof t c i-tin
water companies or works to brim- tlie vv alcr
from Mnitin llrook, or from niiv other water
tlicl ity limy purrlnisc or eoiidi-inn, into ihe
Cily.anil it so w hat louse or .irriiiiu'i'ineiit
SIXTH. To see if tho City will vote' lo
purchase or coiiileiun the works of the liarre
Wider Co. 01 imy other portion Ihereol,
SKVKN'TII, To sec if Ihe Citv will vote to
borrow money mid is-ue its luu'ids, nolo,-, or
other evidence of indebtedness for anv
of the purposes specified in the forc.'iiiiiir ar
ticles of this wiiniinjr, and if il v oles to issue
its bonds or notes to (lesiuiiiiic I lie rale of in
terest, and time and place of payineul , iiml
the form of bonds, whether coupon or re-is-tcred,
it will issue.
KM i I IT. To do imy other proper business.
Milieu 111. 1 ne iiivn. i.nrrc, eriuonl, this
21st (Inv of April. Istis.
.JOHN W. (KllillO.V, M.vvolt.
I wish to inform the public that 1
have no connection iu anyway with Ihe
so-called I'liion liakery, allhough 1 have
rood I'liion principles. My pia--e is in
Holster's block on North Alain street.
None of my oods are sold from ihe
rrceu earl . .bitlN T. ( '.vi.l..vnii.v.
487 N. a in Street,
A LESSON FROM MEXICO.
,, , , f t!. I-'r."ils IVv i:-'-"!.'"4
Tin,.:' Ivconqu.rof this country
very wa.-t.f '';'' 1 " , , ,,, ,,,, iv,ult
11 1 tn 1 cp a 1 lobb'lil ol must
bucumpelh 1 to la- 1
been denuded, until now there .s ...u
IV a merchantable tree betweci A -kansasand
the Canadian ln.c. M- i
notes of v-arntnaecon.pauiodth , d ;.
.trtxtioi. of the norther.. Kolr w..n.Uoi
csts, but they fell upon unwilhu ems.
Only after it yvas too kite to sMp the
mischief did the covmlry In gin to recog
nize tho indirect value of forci-ts to agri
culture and that no hi"h degree ot civ
ilization can exist permanently with
out some systematic and adequate f orest
management. In India I ho destruction
of tho forests commenced 1,000 year.-,
ago, and that country, having at last
seen tho folly of such waste, is now 1 in
gaged in the expensive undertaking ot
reforesting large areas.
The effect upon rainfall at:d the pro
ductiveness of tho cultivated tracts has
already liccii acknowledged by investi
gators. When Cortes lir.-t saw the val
lev of Mexico, it was found with
woods, not dense, but abundant, from
the timber line on tho volcanoes down
to the water's i:d;;e. The reckless rut
ting down of the forests by tlie . pan
iards in tho first century i. llowmg t.ni
conquest in V11 inen a.-ed evaporation,
causid the laki s to dry ii). led to l"c
quent droughts, follow id by occasional
Hoods, and chunked thu climate of
Any old rancher will till stories 01
streams tk:v: flowed when he was a boy
and will i-how the dry urn yo now.
They r.H claim thai; the labh lambs b;:d
tiiu'bir in considerable quntiues where
now there are bavn ti (h sirts.
Thisgovi ninieiit has taken some steps
in tlie matter, hr.t it i.i also m 1 -;;ry
for tan landowners to assirt in this
work by plaining trees ami irrigating
them for a frv years until tin y have
taken good root, liy n.-in (:oil jiida
meut in selecting the tn es. and hi plant
ing in a few yearn the' ci.mphiints
which are now so frequent of years of
droughts will soon become, fewer and
fewer until they finally eca.-c. Mon
BEAUTIFUL MAGIC LAKE.
Tho I'resenfc Which an .K.arthqnuke r,Iad(i
Kcelfocfc lake, which lies mostly in
Obion county and partly in Lake, is the
lai'fii et sheet of water in Tennessee, it
Vicing -10 mih.s iu lciiyth and from tj to
5 iu width.
This lakn, which evokes rapturous
comments from even the most indiffer
ent observer, was h-mii d in a few min
utes by nu earthquake, which, accord
iliK to the best' authorities, occurred be
tween '2 and I) o'clock on Saturday
moraine;, J,"nv. Hi, lsii. There wcro
two terrific ihoeks about l!0 minute.:!
apart and many lighter ran s between
and after.' Tho earth rucked violently,
a deafening lmiso like, thunder struck
terror to thu ear, the atmosphere was
heavily laden with something like
enioko raid vivid and almost constant
flashes of li;;htniu! illuminated thosiu'
ronndiiiK country .and in hss time than
it takes to write it thousands of acres
of land had sunk far below the level of
tlie mighty Mississippi.
The Father of Wuti rs rushed into
the sunken country, and the suction
was so great that for three hours thu
river ran up stream, and raft.! and boats
below thu laku were torn from theb
lniKirin'H and went whiiling into thu
sue thiny, maddening vortex. As soon
as tho newly formed lake waa lilh.d tho
river went majenieally on its usual
course, b avin;; to Ti iinesseo ouo of the
finest fishing resorts .in tho country,
which is annually the Mecca of thou
sands of sportsmen. Cincinnati Cum
In The National MicMzinn
r.eavitt tell.-l tonaj nir.nsii; ai.erii s of
tlm pranks of American art st-'adints in
i'eris. Oneu the i-lr.deiils in one ateliir
ba.ed ii neweonier by tal.in- all his
momy, putting him into a (ah and ;;iv
i. the driver instruction.-: where' p,
take him. When tin cab halted, 'the
penniless student nlidite.l mid stood i ;i
the curb. "Will yen .,. so -. .;, ils ,,
liyht a mntchr" said the student' "J
ilroppal ttiiap:il.i.nin the cal: and rant
find it." Vherei;;:on tin- driver whip,
pud up and was away in a hurry.
A new student from Alters miiwl
thu studio for awhile bv iiuitatiu'"" th ,
rounds of various wild b :w , mid bir,'--Then
tho fickle fellows tired of it S,
one day, having prop;.r,,l a l,i:;
lmnno initu.idk.pl him ,u'.n, tlll,
days, at the endol'yvhieh timu bu :xv'.
tormed only by reipiust.
s Totit;li Colored .Ili-u.
A recent railroad wreck iu "Jortli
Carolina war! caused in a peen.'iar v.av
A colored man wanted to fr-t a ride and
tried to jump a train of cn.ptv flat drs
e missed the car and fell' acr, ,hn
rack w here ,1m win. Is of several cars
passed, directly over him. Hi.s p0,lv
hrew two ol the cars off 1 1, , rack, and
Ihii s r:u,ge,t part of it is that after th ,
cars had run over him tlm i nan was ahl
to et up and walk away. As ho h 1
"Well v'en- ,'WUS lKiml U
Well well! I never see do li!0 seiicn 1
wuzbo'n. HI bet my week's wa-J ,p,
1'iulroad '11 Bn. nm sit damareV "- u
cry happy is Cn-an's reply to hb
ponipims a.,taoni,-t i delia.owh,, had
"l ily asset- ed that he was tho ,uar,
of , is own honor, "1 wish the lu, lllir
and learned geutlemau joy of his l it
Without A Rival
J11"' -f nil kinils, Sulvatrou oil
ms ,, eutiul. lMl,s. ,,uil.
t-niUot Ave, )et.ri, Mid,., WrUs.
"L used Salvation Oil i ,y f.mV,'
1111,1 crtu sy ;t lvs iu, rival as a lin'
cnl; it ccttainly m iugf
nn'iuiie.1 my ai.klo am Jt cured m0
mul Bmco tl.cn I lmvo always used it
' rnT,,-R m,(i FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
UNDERTAKER and HATL
v" 1 . liarre, crinom
W M;,iH ;v, Mv'lVrsonal Attention.
All Orders will hw'" ' - )f 1Vomi)tly Attend, ,! T(,
callafResldence 14.-0. At office 23.3 ;
Will sv as a Pnze
,,, .v Avnn Kr.Ls Tin: lar(jks r m m
vvu'tW OUJi PAPJiUS HETWEEX a!
WVM OF OUJi
Ai'KlL 11 AND AlKiUST Ut
A FARMER'S OPINION.
This Inr.iiiiialioii ( Fanners Aniuml
liarre i Worlh .More than e
i'lvsenl Value ol' it 15i"
t 1 r :-t-, about live miles from Hun'"
P.ist ( Ilia
as he w:o
e e chain
. Im I'c
lives ;l l'iiiiiI, liiiiii i, iiiioi
the sail, liauied Wassuii K.
ilicr seiisilde lnriner. Mr.
-i iiln s for pajicrs and mn c t-iiiu.L,'
! ..niiin-.' over his Itni'iT weekly. Ins
ei In eatell :l ivililni.- iKiuee
-I :iaa Hi' linn sum niiiinii"! ne
i,:. ii i,; --I, n-:!s iivei-Ihe low nriee if iillUll !
me! farm I'l'mluee. iiml UK' I'i-'i price id ema
iiiudilies wliicli are necessiu'v fur a farmer's
exislei.ee. A fanner rcn-iiiis in his own pe
culkn' wmv iiml lie rails u 'pmh' u spml so
.Mr. I nv -J!.- ijllietlv tu liilliself "I wiltlt Jllst
such a reiiiiilv as I ii'iaii's Kidney I'ilb. If it
carries out Imllifullv hull' what it claims, it
w ill cure in v Imne Imek. I low ever niui'li i.'"(id
niav re-nil' li'iuii one linv. little ur no liuriii
emi ensue: When ill llanv .Mr. Inw minlc
siiiac iniiiii ies at Kaluli's dni' store about tlie
pri -piil'iitiiiii mid u as infiil'iiied I lint scores of
pciipic in this cilv ami the siirrniiiuliiiK coun
trv Iiml nlitm'i.ei'l Homii's Kidney Pills, tested
Ih'cin. mid were recoinitim; their experieiici'S.
This ii.- enough I'oi'.Mr. Dinv. lie pnrelui
ed n siipplv mid what fallows is ids experi
ence: ".My kiiliM vs li'onlile.l me for soiiie years
otl mi I on. I tried many diU'erent reliiedies
tail without i t : i : I 1 1 1 u imy peniimient relief.
In tin- tall of Isli-i 1 was iii pretty, bad shape
and Miliei-ed. coiislant, sharp pains across my
buck w hich were at linn- terrible, when I
would app.y a iniit:irl plaster nvt-r my kid
neys only in -it relief for tin time lu-iii. A
wcikiie-s ol tlie kidney secretions was very
annoy hi -., c-pecially at iiilil, :is it disturbed
my resl, Tlie secretions wi re also very high
ly colored, 1 read of Jioun's Kidney Pills mid
ii-lliey were -o highly rccniniiicndcil I got it.
box li'iuii liatnii's drug' slure. After using;
them (lie weakness was n-lieveil mid the sec
retions were normal. 1 got u second box and
win n lad liuished it I was cured, i have
imt fell lie icasi symptoms of my former kid
ney I rouble since. I am so greatly pleased
Willi the nronuit anil tlinroiiLdi maimer in
which liomi's Kidney Pills cured me that I '
nm always -ibid lo rec'oiniiieiiil them personally I
lo any one siioiilil llley call on mi'.'
I loan'- Kidin-v bills are for sale bv nil dealer-.
Price ."hi cents. .Mailed bv 1-oster-.MIi-1
urn Co., P.ull'alo, X. V.. sole agents tor the
I iiiled states. Keuienibei' the name Dunn's
and take no siib-liiute.
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
I tie bladder u a- i-realcd for one im-ioe.
naim I' . :i r. ,-, ;,ta.-!o r t. ,-im,, .lw .
11 is ""I liable I v forh, of disea-e e.
''''I!l l, r t'Mi va-. The lirst wav is
Irmn uiipei'!. d ;i,-ti,m of i, kidnevs. 'The
si i-oiiu a is ir.n
e:il'e,i's local treatment of
i IIIKK ( .rsio.
urine t'l'iim imheallliv
. s is
"' ' "i i caii-e ,,i i,1:1,,,.r troubles. s
o:nb. uc h,- bladiler. was crealed for
H'l'i"-!'. if not dociorcl i niueli h
n.ii ii to caill( ss of ii:
ea-c-. It . -il (I;,!,-,! ,...L ,,, ,..,
except In rare
I he I i.i.l.l,.,. ,1 V V" '.' '.' '
; '" any pain. n-:i' or in-
' ' - 1 1 i.i e-ii i in , . i i
liiim i 1'as.aw is otieii.' 1,'c ,'i.v!
trouble of s,
made mid n;a
I In female ucekness ,,r 'vvoinli
me sort. The error j, easily
'"' as ( a.-ilv aoide,l. T,, ii,'l
I , uniie asi-le fr Uymx
i -iev ', ' i',V',ll1""'" ,'"' "'ttiih'-' imlieali's
, I- , , , , ''''i,' ,,',ml'1''' n"' uiii'lamllhe
I. , ,, .' 1 " '. ' "I I'l'. IMIllli
""' -leal klilll.
Illll lllllllll ..
s so. iii ivancil
li oii need a inediciiu.'
'h"ilM ha, il,,. i.,t;
t ill'll--isls liUv ( l',.,.
a il. i i itii
lic an. I
'"ear. l on in-i , i
I'mnpli:, 1. I.,,-,!,' .,., ,
Upon 1-, ct -1 1 ,, ,,r i ; '. V"
'":-'' "" lk' ''". .Miiilion
MKia'insKmi,! s,,i, onr ,i.
"I 1,11s I III ! II
thisom,-. ' -e
,1 In. II...
' ii -'im, nnn ,
' 1 1'.'isocr r-ilu
fiiuiuiki; or hi x 'i
"""I, KU'hiliMvr ,
i: lli-nrlii,ri, s,,,
I -ii-nuii, HI,
r;arVh Vnu Have Mwrv" Bourhr
I IT!' at..-
Vomu'i w,rn-, WORRY.
mni ,i,'.,u'i',ilV,o! .v.,r ,,.,. ,,,.
e-il'ilalis i,,,,,!,, .. know ,,;lt u ,
I. v -ni,i
'".' Nnl l.'- il , ,. ,'. , '
"""""' -i:; K.m:;ii,r,-:' n,u;;:h'
"tne'r!" i'-'r1:,"1",1"1' "",. ,.;, ttI
c j. s 0 Err-"'
1 I co-1 o i ,
'I'm-: ItAiini: I:
' . i 1 1 1
I'lie Jn. priii
"' S' lmillelH...., ol
Central Vermont Railroac
;oiiltKU 1KJ m JAN. Ivm.
j r:iti.i! Ihuv' liitiTo dtiily, i-xccpt Suihi,., ,
'i.lO A, M. M A l L( Kor liuwiun via. L
Kitcniiui i t-w ork via. Spiiiii;-:..
ill ltf K 11 K iii ii .1 (mllHH. i'UI'll-t' C, ;
tun v'u. I.owt'll. wnhuut ciii.hi.'f.
P.M.-KAbT KAl-Kitss?. t i r, . .
iuwi-ll ; Nuw Vork via. ripi U-.ai.-
Nf loii(l:i!l. tUlIfl jarioi fail" . .
.i.U l'.M.L'CAL IWSM'.AUni;. 1-.:
ru Id , Uanduiph, una Win:. ;,
4 UUflltlll, ClillllCClHltr U ,'j
train fr WiijiIhui.
11. CO P.M. MuiiT hAJ'Uh.-S. Iiuli;
wei'k dnj m ouiytbulluaVti8 Aluritju-i;.
A.M.,(iaiiy luclmiiug eundayt. ii ,, .
tuij via. l.oweli dailj h.l' a. m , ! -' ,:
p'iuhbun!, daily, a.ou a. At , ; i-m - , .
ct-pt tiuiuiay) il.-.j a.m. :i Miim.i, -lo
prinileid, only. auur nice; . ,
to bumoiJ via. Lowell and to p r ii .
UUliSO jSOU l li.
U, 50 A. M. -LOCAL hAI'KKtfrf. Km : .
tuu.M. AUiuiiH. Kicliloid, iiuti I;.,'.-,- .
Conneclb at tunavx J uuciiuii una , .v, r -
all poih'H on Rutland ti. Li,
3.05 i M. MAIL. Kor Durlinwn, U .-.
Cambridge tJunciiou. M- aiUti.r-, M
.Nurwoud, ' ydL-unljurtli. W uiii-i j i
Lar to JJoiitit-ttl,
6.10 iJ-Al -iAl ltiit-M for Hurliiikji- h.
baii,iirid Montreal, i'ullnmji r-u.-j .
Munipt-lit-r Juucumi to Chica.', , .
cttuv. JUf Chu-aguy.lU t-.M.:..
.,oiiii'.clc ui .) uiiitii'ii r--r .V i
via, Kutluud and 1 rov.
( Suburban Service.
TUAlNri Tit MiKNTi'KLItli.
Leave barre a.Iu, y.Ou a. it., l.yj, ,
11. uo p. a.
Tit A IN d TO UAKKK.
Li-ave Moiupulit-r ti.30, lu.ou a..m.,
ii.ou auu ti.u I1, ii.
Leave Burrel.-JOp .M.4.3Uf.M. .. i.
town l.iih v. m. o.;,u i. .
Leave Wilii:uutuwti 7.30 A. M. 'J.:io r . ;
Barre H.uj a. ii. a.uu i. m.
K. VV. BALDWIN, H . CTM.UiX.:
Gea.rtuut. ti.n. l'. '
IL li. SToL'GUTlX, bupt. M. W.U. .-..
j Montpelier &: Wells River H,
On ami after Monday, Nov. s, l-u:, -, ,;,
run us follows, suinlays t.,-, i : i.
Sl-IH'KIIAX TWAIN St.'.nil
I.euve linrre,;., 9.1) J,' 1(1.30, A . !.... ',:.
5.U, 7.10, lil.Og p. yi .
Arm e ;,u, .hipeiier 7..-o,9.: , ; ,, ,..
2. '.'ii, 4.27, ;,.4i, ;., hi. -'o l. t
1,1-iiv,- Montiieli, r. (.:. n
il.an. e.iio. ri.an y.:ii, , m
Arrivt- ui llurie, ti.,o, s.oti, fn.,
u-'u. ...I., ll.,,ll, ,.,-,
tlllillrl.,iu .Sl-i-vU',' is mi tee,'.. I,. , In,-. , ; I.
ciitloli from Hie people ioi u..,rc : r i . 'o r
time, or Ih-ltlT .vrvicu ill licrluci:. , .;..
cred. All irains will .top n wftrn i. t .', :"'
lielween .Montp.i.ier ilHd Uiine lo lake f.,. I
U.ld will p nl nu y pl,ie lo leave I' l-scl,. ,-. .....
Vlcli-il ti e place in imule known to l..e eon. in :,- .
TRAlXd KAST A.l) t'OXX Kc'l'U .'.
L'unni'ci. at U'ellf Kner nl:
1-o.llino iaiiLii rr.iin liorlli, aitil .'
Mall ami b-xpn-s Train roiith . ..
lie, i'.,rMl,pi..e liisioii ol li,
. ,v sU iii ue it. It. Tnruuitb I i-nn
i.JV A.M. vice fun, Well. Kivcr via. I'm.
oiilii or While l!iu-i- .liou-ii i
llOBton, iind via lieluoM Kin- o- .
fspiiiiijilciii for Sew York An . .. -lu
IIomLom 4. all I'. H-, .cu
vlinili,! Cfiuriil llepol) 7 1. e. n
Tllloimti Merviee, l.iirblulo:;
K .lijans. stups at all pill. i ., .,
uiioliB betvveiil l ells Kiver .
rutia,is, ariiviiiu' at Kalo mis -I
I'. .M. (.olin.clH iu Kalivaii-
I. all, for l'ol-l.aliil and I. ilrcli.,: i
He. el, . Also ilh trai ,n si.r
mil Mt. WushiiiiitoD, arriving s..i.
mil 0 e. w. I'uliueetH at ,v ;.
l.iver will, the Mall Train n r .
M-l- 1'io.unipsu- Jiivi inn, iin.l );.
raellle ( 'nasi Kxni-ess" vin ( :,r ,
itiuu 1'ncilie Kailway to .Muiilh .i ,
v;iie,iee, i.ineuu and the l'.icll.,
l.oat. Throimn elccpltiit ears Men
trtill t i ( hicak'O eeiy day csc j:
MUnldays. To l'acilie C'oasl ,-m-i -(lay
exe, pt Suniliiy. Also nh K.
press 1 ruin iiriivn.K i Ho.ion -.,
!- Jl. Also with li-aln for Kiil.y.o,-.
I.iui.-asler, 11 hilelield , .letle'is.ii:,
llei lin, liiovelou uu.l eiiaiui l'u.aK
l.onneef at WeiU lliverwuh K , .
Incus Ira. I, inirih ever H. x M. ,;.
It. for BLdohiisljurv, l.vinl-.n.iil.',
Hiirun and .e-pi-t uui, i,.,- ,n,
i nr.tj inodiulol, I mill sou III for all siali.i.i.
'UJ M. l.ctHeen Wells Kivcr ami Uliii,
Uiver.liinetioli. Also Willi K.vplc--irain
nortn over White Mouiu.iii,
Division f r Lisbon, Littleton, is. t t. -
leheill 8tn et, I'rollle House, Twin
Mountain. Kahyans. 1'ia.vlord's
-' W ifp,,. 'n.'"i"bt..Ieffersonand I. ine.isler
bl.N v.N, liee,al A.i.
iA' 81,)W KLL. Ueneral Manakel
Invention H2. "X "I'Uiion free whelher nil
',m free. lSS rtHi,"'',,,vllHU,b,' I'ntenls
I'ntents taken ?h, ' .'T'eiwniK pteni.
ulnllon (if l ,,v i , mo ,w 7""'- I-nruMl rlr-
OPIUM, CHLORAL AND COCAINE HABITS
P&tt.5& Panent cure
7 rm .
" , " d cents, io other
, remedy will do tli0 WOrk as promptly.
..... w.-. , --. m -y . j. Jl V t-ss'-'-2 J, '; 1 1 I " 1 " ' I