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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATJE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1897.
AT AN ILLINOia HOTEL. Kxperlcnco of n l'rrnclicr Wlio IInppciiel Hicrn Mcrnfi;lit. "Tho llvi'llcst tlmo Iuvur luid lll gottlng hotol nccoiiiiiiodntlons wns rlght horo ln Illlnols," snld iiclorlcul louklng mun, who ent ln tho smoUlng coinpnrtiiii'iit of tho slccpur whllo tlio portor wns nmklug up hls north. "I wns golng to prench nt Dlxotl, Ills., und I Btnrtcil ln good tlme, If I lind not bnpponcd to strlko n holldity, whon trnlns wero ruiinlng wlld thls wns 80 ycnrs ngo nnd Bchodules wcru not systciimtlzcil ns tljoy nro now. On Snturduy nt luldnlght I etoppcd on tlio lnst trnlnnt n sinnll town ncnrly 18 mllos from tho plnco wlioro 1 wns oxpccted to 1111 u populnr pnlplt. "Kvorybody hud gonc to hcd whon I Wnlked Into tlio ono hotol of tho plnco, Imt by dlnt of loud knooking I roused n sleopy clork, wlio gnvo mo n koroscno lntnp, wlth 0 plooo of rod llnnuol, whloh Burvod ns n wlck, iukI polntod to n room nt tho top of n fllght of etnlrs. "Thls room luid n bcd ln lt, but tlirro wns no slgn of n look to tlio door. A lnrgc front wlndow wns opcn niiil would uot closo. lt hnd no ourtnln. So, boforo dls roblng, I blow out tho liunp. I unw that lt would bo cnsy for nny ono on tho outsldo to Fonlo tho wlndow, bo I nrrnnged nll tho tollct crookrry on lta elll. Tlion I wcnt to lird mul tu slcop. "V. l.iti I nwnkt'iH'd, lt wns Sundny imiii.n.g iind n urlght fiiin wns shlnlng 1 lto y room. I sut up nnd siiwn curlous t "ov il regmdlng my wlndow und tho 1 ru.wurk nf crookury whloh I hnd uscd n i. liulciiM'. 1 lonrni'd nftorwnrd thut l.uy iliouiiht U wiih u nuwolilnii storo thnt 1 lll JllSt l.l'Ull Opt'lll'd. "Ulioii 1 vcntdown htnlra, I found tlio lioi i doors luid not boon unfnstoned slnco tho l.Ight holoru. I oponod up tho houso, but tho oiily guosts to onterworo n cut nnd four klttuns. Tho holp nppenrcd lntor, npuloglzing by suylng thnt thoy hnd not worki'd tho dny boforo, but hnd lot tlilngs tnko cnro of thomselvos. Tho Inndlord lookod ns lf ho novor hnd workod und nov cr lntondcd to. I wns uot nblo to got cvon n ctip of coffio for my bronkfnst boforo tho trnln cnmo whtch boro iuo nwny froni tho llnckcst town nnd tho worst hotol scrvlco .1 hnd over ln my Ilfo oncountcred. No, I vroii't cnll nnniea, for froni whnt I havo bonrd lt ls run both hotol nnd town on tho sunio llncs toduy. Qood ulght." Ghl eugo Tlmos-llcrnld. Why Spaln IIhs Fnlled ln Cuba. Gcnornl Woylor should hnvo sqbducd tho robelllon wlthln 90 duys. No unproju Ulcod mllltury nuthorlty who hns studlod tho two forces nud nindo duo nllowuuco for tlio ndvuutnges possessod by thoso who flglit upon tholr uutlvo eoll wlll dlssent froni thls proposltlon. Thoro nro Spnnlsh Konernla ln Oubii wlio udmlt its truth. There nro othors who hnvo roturncd, dls Busted, to Spnln bccnuso thotr suggostlons of plnus to ond tho wnr woro not nllowed to bo disclostd ut tho puluco. A four inonths' stny ln Cubn, bcglnnlug ln Jnuu nry nnd ondlng wlth April of thls yonr, much of whicli tlmo wns pnssod ln obsorv lng tho forccs ln tho flold, 1ms rosultod ln tho convlctlon on my pnrt thnt it hns not beon tho purposu of Gcnornl Woylor to ond tho robelllon. Coiivereutlons wlth Spun lsh ofllccrs, lrom gonornls to corpornls, fchowcd thnt tho sunio motlvos thnt wcro crldontly nctunting tho comiunudcr ln nl lowlngthownrto drng nlongworo iirompt lng n liirgo proportlon of tho stnH und llno ln cnrrying out tho polloy of tliclr suporlor. T. G. Alvord. .Tr., ln Forum. CouvulsloiiB. In convulslons tlio flrst thlng to do ls to looscn tlio clothlng, so thntfreorosplrntlon taay bo hnd. Cold wutor should bo uppllcd to tho hcnd wlth n spongo nnd tho fnco gently sprlnkled wlth it. Tho hot bnth, whlch should bo froni 87 degrcos to 00 do oroes, ln conuoctlon wlth cold appllcntlons to tho head, ls of gront sorvlco. Tho oblld hould not bo kopt ln the hot bnth more thnn tcn mlnutcs, nnd whllo thcre should te wcll rubbed wlth tho hnnd und thcn irlcd nnd rubbed wlth ii wnnu towel, rolled ln n hot blankct nnd put to bod. Whon convulslons urc onuttod by tho nppronch of nn oruptlvo fcvor, suoh us scnrlot fovcr, zncuslos, otc, tho hot uiustnrd bnth for tho fect or cntlro body ls czocllont. lf tho chljd cnn bo lnducod to drlnk hot drlnks, Jt wlll groutly nsslst. No, said tho landlord of tho Bummor holel, I don't droad tho npproach of cold weathor. But it interrupte tho Benson. Of coursc, but thoro hns to bo Bomelhing to scnd the pcoplo back horao to earn somo moro monoy. Yes, remarked a Chicago girl, ho reprosouts ono of tho oldcet fatuiles. Does he date beforo the flre? No, not quito bo far back as that, but ho's ono of tho peoplo who have riddon tho old atyle hlgh wheeh. Died of Heart Disease. ls the Announcement Everv Day's Paper YOUR HEART IS THE All Your Troubles Cen.se When tho ,,Main Spring" Breaks, Just as Your Watoh Stops Running When the Little Spiral of Steol Snaps. avetjruuy repuir reucues as lunt somo ono nns iuea suiiuenly on tlio street, iu tlio olllco or pulpit, or nt home. of this trencliorous dise.ise. Evcn skilled ihysiciaiis Bonietimes overlook the syniptonis of this coiiiplnhit nnd nre nmch Hiiriirised when thoy hnvo pronotuiced ns por fectlywellnpersonwhosuildeiilydies. Tho trouhlo is usually in tho vnlves of the heart. As V .7 . I il i uio moou passes tnrougli uus orgnn nunareai ol times (litly, it mustbokcpt in perfect con dition in order to do its woik jiropcrly. If any disenscd heart coiiditioii should nrise, somo other orgaii, ns tho liver, lungs, or brain, is forccd into n stnto of conpestionj nnd small hlood vesiels nre, from liiereasi'd pressnro, linble to burst nnd cause denth. Syinptoms nre lialpitntion, tluunniiig nction of tlie heart, shortiiess of broath in going up stairs or up hill, innbiiity to slcop withhead low, nervous Bpasms, with cold porapirntion, oxcitement nnd loss of self-control, de pression nround heart, nnd iu foniales, frefiueiit fnintnig spellsj slinrp pains in region of heart is n niarkcd synijitoin, and treatmcnt should bo hegun at once.J Stntiitics provo that ninety iier cent of tho poople have lieart trouhlo. Ask your drucgiat for Dr Frost s Ilealth Hook and read it carofully. In order to bring Frost'a Heart Curo to your notico and uso, read nttachod eoupon, nnd got n bottlo immediiitely, for this will ho your only chnnco to get the regular 2oo bottlo for Cc. IJon't delny. 25c given away to the bearer for 5c, iri3 IfA SIlHrr.KIINVKSTaiUNT Of BIOKNTSIWII.I. MAU KY() U IVKT.T.. Witli'm tho next FOUR DAYS you can cut this coupon out nnd sign yonr namo nnd FULL nudress hero: Namo. Street No City. And tnke this to nny druggist nained helow an l ho will civo you ONE 25o UOT DR. FROST'S HEAllT CUUli FOIt C OENTS. C. BLAKELY. HARRY A. SLADE. W. E. TERRILL & GO, Fost USTER H. GREENE. Oli, HowThankfuI Pnln Wns Maddonlng nnd Hopo Hnd Boon Abnndonod Wondor- ful Roaultsof Purlfylngtho Cloocl. "A very sovcro pnln cnmo ln my loft kneo, whlch grow worso nnd worao, nnd flnnlly n Horo broko out nbovo tho knco. It dlschnrgcd n grcnt dcnl nnd tho pnln from my thlgh down wns mnddcnlng. Lnrgo, hnrd, purplonpots nppenrcd on my lcg. I suffercd ln thls wny for ycnrs, nud gnvo up nll hopo of ovcr bolng curcd. My wlfo wns reading of n caBo llko mlno curcd by llood's Snrsnpnrllln, nnd nho ndvlscd mo to try lt. I bcgnn tnklng lt nnd whon I hnd uscd n fow bottlca I found rcllof from my auffcrlng. Oh, how thankful I nm for thls rcllof I I nm stronger thnn I hnvo over becn ln :ny llfo. I nm iu tho bcst o( hcnlth, hnvo n good nppetlto nnd nm n new mnn nltogothcr." J. P. Mooits, Llsbon Fnlls, Mnlno. Hood's ' parilla Istlio bcst In fact tlio Ono Tmo lllooil I'urincr. Hood's Pllls curo alt llver Ills. '.'5 ccnts. ALWAYS INSIST ON PRJIUMiuCOLATE UNEXCEILED FOR DRINKINC. COOKING. BAKING fl? (Pnnnx r0FI drcakfast a supper DLUbUA CANNOT BC SURPASSED. GROCERS EVERYWHERE. FEASTS FOR FISHE3. Banquets That Aro Hprend When a Wlnd Ilound Floet GoU lts Aucliors Up. "DcBldoe the thlngs thnt llvo In tho wn toj," snld noolleotor, "thero nro numorous ihlngs thnt llvo ln thq mud nnd s?nd un flir it, mnny of whloh furnlsh food for fljhes, whloh selze them whon opportunrty Qffors, or whloh porhnps dlg tnom out. Tbe sturgoon, for lnstnuco, wlth lta ahnrp, polntcd noso, plows n furrow ln tho mud on tho bottom nud thcn goos bnok nlong lt Bnd ploks up nnd cnts whntovcr mny hnvo droppod into lt, us worms dlslodgod by plowlng drop Into u furrow ln n fleld. "Somo curlous or lntercstlng speclmons nre found uttuohed to tiiubcrs or othcr wood or mntcrluls Imbeddod In tho lnud. I ciuiiu ucross onco n plnnk hnlf burlod ln the mud ln shnllow wnter. 1 workcd niy auohor undor thls plnnk nnd turnod lt over, but it wns hcnvlor than ono ninn could 11ft. Thcro hnd boon n lot of smnll toft clnms ln tho mud nlong tho odgo of tho plnnk, little bits of follows, hnlf nn Inoh long or so, nnd whcn I turnod tbo plnnk over qulte u nuniber of them tum bled into tho spnco whoro lt Imd bcen. Two or throo miiiutcs lntcr it little blnokflah, maybo 6 or 8 lnehos long, cumo out from some ool grnss nenr by nnd mudo for tho plnco whero tho plnnk hnd bcen und began vatlng tho little clnms. It would plok ono up nnd chow it up nnd splt out the sholls nnd go for nnother. It Wns n fonst for tho little blnokflsh, probuhly thogroutest lthud evcr struck, thoso dnluty little clnms, nnd plenty of them, und nothlng to do but eat them. "Wlth n strong enstorly gnlo blowlng up tho sound, mnny vossels bound cnst ulong tho sound seek shclter iu somo of tho hur bors ulong tho Connecticut nhoro. Sonio tlmes ln somo of thcso placos you wlll flnd 40 or 60 vossols, mnny of thom, most of them perhnps smallor, of SO to CO tons, but ull wlth nnchora ovcrbonrd. In somo of these plnccs you wlll flnd vossels so tbtok Boniotlmos thnt thcro la only room enough for them to swlng. Tlio wiud comcs out ln tbo nlght from tho north or tho north west, nud they nll get undor wuy together. Thoy nll get tholr nnchors nt onoo, prao tlcally tcurlng up tho wholo bottom nnd dislodging thousnuds nnd thousnnds of aniniuls that llvo ln tho mud. Thls ls an oooaslon of fenstlng for ull tho bottom feed lng flshes thorenbout. " Now York Sun. Dr. Quack boasts that ho can put a new brain in a man. What do you think? Woll, I aaw him brain a man for daring to dlsputo it. that Meets Your Eye in that You Read. MAIN SPRINC OF LIFE ... iii .. . . TLE OF This Coupon is to bo rctumed to us by tho dniL'gii for which we aro to L-ive lihn ONE Mo BO'n'LE 0 FROST'S HEART CURE. ist OF Remedy Company, westfield, mass. Yoriuonlcrs in Tcnucsscc. Qovcrnor Taylor of TonncBBoo wol- comcd tho Ycrmont dologatlou to tho oxpo3itton in tho following grncoful ond oloquont words: " About n third of a contury ogo wo govo Vermont a vory warm rocopuon to jjixio.' wo uirow lior boquots from tho cannon's mouths and slio ucknowlcdgcd tho compllmout wlth n tonguo of flro whlch was not only oloquont but inlcnsoly porsunelvo. But, thank God, tho grootinga of civll alrifo aro forovor bohind us ond wo aro nbout to slop ovor the throshold of a now contury a rcsuBcitatod pcoplo wlth tlio .North anu Moutu clasnlutr naudB and plcdglng to cach othor otornal irlonuBlilp and brolnornoou. Tonncs boo groots Vermont to-day, not wlth bombahells and bayonots but wlth blcss lucs and boucdlctlons, not wlth buglo blast of battlo, but wlth tuo melouioB of poace. Not wlth smoko and flro. but with sugar and flro and hot wator, not wlth cold stool. but with hot bls- cuita and Southorn hospitalily. Our distinguiBbou guosta mny not unutuom boIvcb Burrouuded with nll tho comforts and olcganco which tho groat woalth of Now England providos for thom ot homo, but thoy will flnd warm hcarts and cordial wolcomcs ovorywhcre and good will and fralornal focllng among our pcoplo. " I plodco thom further that thoy shall bco a rovolution horo. Thoy Bhall bo tho witnosBCB of our triumpha in pcaco as thoy woro of our valor ln war. Thoy Bhall soo how tho South has arison from hor ashcs by tho courogo ond onorgy of hcr cltizenahip. Wo will Bhow thom wilhm tho gatca of thia whito city the opitomo of our hiatory ond tho promiso of our futuro woalth and glory. If I could, I would eacort tno Bpionutu govornor or vormont aua his dollghtful party all ovor tho South that thoy might bco tho victorica wo aro winning olong tho line of induatry and tho harvcsta wo aro rcapiag in ovcry flold of labor, bo that thoy mlght ait around thcir New England firesidcB whcn wintor lockB them in and think of our Bunny Southorn skioa and our snowy cotton flolds strotchiug away to tho horizon, alivo with toiling ncgroea, gathcring tho floecy crop and singing tho old tlmo plantatlon songs aa they uacd to sing them long ogo. That they might think of our increasing wealth and population, of our wonderful prog ross in educalion, and of our universal loynlty to tho Christian religion. That thoy might romcmbor us as a law-abid-ing liberty-loving peoplo, loyal-to tbo govorninent and in the Union to atay; and thon tboy might, perhnps, doter mino to bid adieu to the icicles, and bicycloB and spoctacles and blizzards and Boston bakod bcans of Now Eng land, and east tbclr lot ln tho beautiful land of majora and colonols, whoro tho magnolias bloom and the mocking birds sing and where sunshino and salvation aro frco. FACE HUMORS Plmples, blotchos, lilackheads, rod, rough, olly, mothy skin, itchlng, scaly scalp, dry, thin.nnd falllng halr, and baby blemlshea provented by Cuticuba Soap, tho most eflectivo skin purifyiug and boautifying soap in tho world, ns woll as purest and swootost for toilot, bath, and nursery. (uticura SoAr ii told throuehout th world. Pottii Droo inn CniH. Coek., Soli 1'rop... ncton, U. 8. A. OV" ' liow to rrercnt Fftc liuraori," mtllid free. EVERY HUMOR rTJ'b'D tt.T4 No Horsc, No Kovlow. Soon aftor tho quoon's accosaion a big review was contomplated in Hyde Park. Her maiesty intended appear ing on horsoback and every precaution was taken to insure hcr safety by prop orly training the royal charger on which Bhe was to bo mountod. Lord Mel bourno, tho primo miniBtor, took excep tion to the arrangement and urgod that it would not bo propor for hor majesty to appcar cxcept io ono of the royal carriagea. "Very well," said tho queou, "no horeo, no review." And thero was nono thataummer. The llnnge of Souuds. Tbo whiBtle of a locomotivo is hoard 3,300 yard8 through the air; tho noiso of a railway traln, 2,800 yarda; the ro port of a muaket and the bark of a dog, 1,800 yarda; an orchoatra or tho roll of a drum, 1,000 yards; tho human voico roachos to a dlstanco of 1,000 yarda; the croaklng of .froga, 000 yarda; tho chirping of crickotB, 800 yards. Dia tinct speaking is hoard in tho air from bolow to a diBtanco of G00 yards; from abovo it is undoratood to havo a rango of only 100 yarda downward. All England ls stlrred ovor tho death ln Cuba last wook of W. Hughes, corrospond ent of a London newapapar, who ls said to have starvod to death ln tho streeta of Ha vaua aftor havlng boen maltroated and rob bed by a party of Spanlsu guorrillaa. The Vhronlch saya: "If tho story of hls death la true, fresh ezecratlon of Spaniah actlou wlll arlse, and tho Urltlah govornment will havo sometbing to say." Ilughea was found doad on tho Prado. Ile had recently vlalted l'inar del Itlo wlth a pass from tho mllltary govornor. It ls said that whllo thero a party of Spaniah guerrlllas, in broad dayllght and ln tho presence of Spanlsh of flcers, assaulted auu robbod him of ovory thlng bo had oxcept hls clothea. Ilughea, it is alleged, appealed to the mllltary coin manderforbolpauddemandod the restltu tlon of his nronertv. but was onlv lnim)inil at. He was obllged to walk tho wholo dla- iuueu iu uttvuuu, uuu roacueu iuo city rag god and atarvlng. Uavlng loit bls pussport he could not ostabllsh hls identlty or eom manlcato wlth frlnuds In ISngland. Uo starvod to doath in tho streeta. A bpecial dlspatch rocelved last Wednes day at London from Madrld says thero ls mucli dlBcusBson at the Spanlsh capltal on tho aubject of the alllance botwoen Spaln and Portugal whloh Is reported to be ln prooess of negotlatlon. Tho 1'ortuguesa mlniater ot inuriiiu, wiio ih now iu juaurm, lias ox presaod the bellef that auch an alllance SUMMARY OF NEWS. Vermont. 1'knsions havo recontly boon grantod to tho followlna Vorniontora: Orlglnal, Wlll laui W Ilalloy, Jr,, Hartland! Incroaso, Krodorlok II, Tanuor, Marshfield j Monroo J. MontRomory, Randolphj ro-lssuo, (spocial Octobor 11) Nathan L. Sklnnor, St. Albana. I'ATiucK 1'aine, who waa hangod at Mon roo, La,, last wook for tho inurdor of hls wlfo, was born at Northflold ln 1857 and has n brothor llvlng in St. Albans and nlstors ln Randolph and Northfield. IIo ls tho flrst whlto man who has boon logally hangod ln that pnrlsh slnco 1832. Tiir contract for tho soldlers' monument to bo located on tho publlo squaro at Man cbostor, just north of tho Kqnlnox IToubo, opposlto tho Congregatlonal church, has beou awarded to W. II. Fullertou, It ls to be tblrty-throo foot blgh of Woodbury nran lto aud bronzo. It wlll bo ono of tho flnoat soldlera' nionumonts in tho stato. Tiik offlcors oleclwl at tho annual meot lng of the Vermont Stato Medlcal 8ocloty hold rocontly at St. AlbanB aro, Fresldont, Lyman ltogors of Ilennlngton; vlco-presl-dont, Wllllam D. Ifnntlngton of Itoohoster; socretary, D. O. Hawloy ol Burlington; troasuror, D. G. Komp ot Montpelier; audl tor, E. S. Alboo ot Bellows Falls; ozecutlvo commltteo, Lyman Iiogoia ot Bennington, D. O. Ilawloy ot Burlington, and J. N Jonne of St. Albana. Tiir following ofllcora of tho Stato Toachors' Assoclatlon woro olected at Woodstock: I'realdont, E. II. Whltehlll of Woodstock; secretary, S. II. Ersklno of Rutland: troasuror, N. J. Whltehlll of Montpelier; executlvo commltteo, V. A. Baguall of St. Albans, O. O. Cavls of Whlto Hlver Juuctlon, D. Y. Comstock of 8t, Johnsbury. Ono vlce-prosldont was cbosen for oach couuty. Tho troasuror's roport Bliowod a small balanco ln tho treasury of tho assoclatlon. Millib Williams, who was recontly tarred and feathorod at Bondville, iu tho town of Winhall, w.w lodged in jall at Manchoater last Thursday, chargod wlth burglaty. IIo has alroady servcd ono torm ln State Priaon. Aftor ho was tho vlctlufof a tar.and foather beo, becauso ho would not leave uonuviuo wiien oruereu to, lio liad soveral of tlio young men wbo assaultod him arrosted and flnod. He has slnco sued Bome of tho partlcipants in the affalr for damagos, but now that ho Is agaln arrestod lt Is not likoly that anythlng wlll conio of tue suits. Tue report of tho secretary of the State tmnuay-acnool Assoclatlon at tlio annual meetlng, held last week at Bonnlncton. shows that thoro aro 749 Suuday-schools in tue stato wltu a membershlp of G2.8G2. Tho troasuror's renort showed that tho assocla tlon Is nearly S500 In debt. The following ouicers wero eieccou: t'resiuent, u. w. iiaw ley of Brattleboro; vlce-presldonts, E. V. Adams of Swanton and Rev. Thomas Tyrle of St. Johnsbury; general secretary, ltev. G. L. Story of Milton: troasuror. Fred A. Poaso of Burlington; statistlcal secretary, nov. xi. is. uauuitt oi israttioooro. The Vermont Cavalrv Reunlon Assocla' tlon held its thlrtythlrd annual meetlng at ilyuo rark last weunesuay. Tue lollow' lng ofllcera wero elected: Col. E. B. Bawyer of Hyde Park, prealdent; W. L. Groonloaf of Burlington, treasurer: S. S. Wood. St. Albana, secretary; and ono vlce-president ior oacn company. a. oanquet was sorveu by the Ladies' Aid soclety at the church vestry. It was an elegant and ample ban- quet lollowod by a camp nro ln tue town hall. Concressman Powers. Gen. T. S. Peck, Col. Sawyor, Willard Farrlngton ot st. Altians anu otnera wero amonc tue spoakors. The vetorans wore made wol- coine on all siues anu lrom overy polnt ol view ine meetlng was a success. At the annnal reunlon of the Fourth Vor mont reglment, held last week ln Rutland, the following ofllcera were elected: Presl dent, II. A. Taylor oIBrattleboro; flrst vlce- presiaent, u. w.uarr oi uranuon; secona secretary and treasurer, T. T. Farrell of Waterbury; oxecutlve commlttoo, W. E. Bltaa of East Calais, George Herrlck and George W. HcAlllater ot Montpelier. Dur lng tho ovening a genuine old army camp lire waa held durlnc whlch tlmo coffoo and genuine hard tack were served. L. D. Ilar- ris oi .Lyndonville gave tne auureas or tne evenlng tand a malo quartette furnlshed muaic. xnero wore severai BUort sneecnes by severai of the old Boldlers. Thls annl- versary commemorateu tne uattio oi uodar Creek whlch occarred thlrtv-three veara ago. Tho noxt reunlon wlll bo held at Montpelier. " Fou three years I suffered from salt rheum. It covered my hands to such an extent that I could not wasb them. Two bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters cured me." Libble Young, Popes Mllls, St. Lawrence county, jn. x. Doinestlc. GEonan M. Pdllman, tho parlor car mag nate, dled suddenly of heart disease at Chl cago last week Tuesday, Wuilb a museum was oxbibltlng in Hol gate, Ohlo, last Thursday nlght, a huge glaas case contalulng over 400 anakes was cruBuou uy tne crowu anu tne reptiles wrig' cled Iu every dlrectlon. Among the collec tlon were a large uumber of black dlamond rattlnrs, moasurlng nve to eleven loet Sevoral persons wero bltton durlng the wlld stampede. All the doctors in town were summoned to treat the bltes. Bbnjamin F. Hunt of Brideenort. Conn.. and Mrs. Julla A. Shorman ot Watertown, N. Y., wore married at Watertown last Wednesday. The grooin Ib elghty-seven years old aud the brlde has just pasl her nlnetleth blrthday. Mrs. Sherman was tho wlfo of the late John A. Sherman, once a wealthy resldent of Watortown, who prac tlcally lald .the foundatlon for tho cheeso maklug induatry of that county. Mr. Hunt waa a native of Rodman, and haa been marrieu twice ueiore. ue uas turoe mar ried aouB. Justioe STsruEN J. Field of Callfornla, a momber ot tho suprome court of the TJnited States has notllled Presideut Mc Kinley of hls intentlon to retlro as a mom ber ot the court. Ho also lnformed hls col leagues aftor adjournment. Tho mombers of tho court wlll call to pay tholr respects to the retlrlug justtce in a body. It Is ox pected hlB successor will be nomlnated by Presldent McKiuley lmmediately aftor the reassembling ot Cougresa ln Decembor and that Attorney-Qeneral McKonna wlll ba named. In a musty cellar on North Sangamon streot, Ohlcago, tho pollce, last Thursday, unearthed what they declaro to be oue of tho biggeBt llquor labol counterfoltlng scbeiues ovor reported ln thls country. Llquor dealera the world ovor havo been trylug to locate tho plaut for ovor a yoar. The ofllcera found 25,000 labels, represent ing all tho leading brands of llquor, and bottles and caah wore also found. Tho losa to llqnor dealera has boon half a uillllon. In tho basoment a wonderful array of paaaagos was found, leading ln all dlrectlons, each separated by a brlck wall, arrauged ln a puzzllng manner. Wagon loads of con li9cated goods wero removod. Tue Unlted States tteasury at Washing ton lias beon robbod of a lot of Bllver dol lara. Just how much monoy has beou tak on bas not yet beou ascertalned, but it may reach Into tho thouBandB. The trouhlo is that the thotts, oach small ln amouut, havo been golng on tor yoars, Tho probablo so rlousness ot tho robbery may bo linaglnod from the fact that a force of flfty clorka Is engaged In countlng, nleco by p'.eco, tho on tlro contonts of a vault ln whlch 100,000,000 sllvor dollars were atored, for the purpose ot ilndlng out how uiauy of them have been Btolen, Thls work waa begun n week ago, und tho force haa averaged a count of 700, 000 colua a day. At thls rate tho job wlll last about atx inonths, aud wlll cost at loast 825,000. The douie of Itoblnaou's opera houao ln Cluclnuatl fell recontly durlng a theatrical norformnnco. Three naonlo were kliled nnd scoros woro Injured. Aftor tho accldent an invesngation snowod inai tue trusses auu tlmbors holdlng tho domo woro rotten. Thoy had boon in uso bo long that they liad warpod and partod, Thls caused tho bolts and nalls to loosen. Tho ontlro construc- tlon wns thrown out of gear and tho wnlght ot tho domo brought lt down and wlth It caino tnortir, btlcka and raftora, Tho huge rattors composlng tlio truss that fell ln woro as dry as punk and tlio plocoa of jolst that counectod them wero worm oaton and rot- ton. Tho nallB and bolts woro rustv aud ovorythlng wont to show that tho ontlro pnrt oi tno miliuing waa ln auch a dangor oub condltlon that lt ls attango lt had not boen dlscoverod long ago, Mns. Olaiia F. Nve. wtdow nf lllll Kvn. is in dangor of bolng ln actunl want at AbIiovIIIo, N. O. Onco ln comparatlve com fort and oaso, Mrs. Kyo's presont lncotno does not oxceod 8C00 a yoar. Kvory dollar ot ready money nlio had ln the world, amountlng to 87,000, was lost In tho Flrat Kational Bauk of AbIiovIIIo, whlch closed Its doora on July 31 last. Mra. Nyo and hor fauilly of llvo chtldron woro in Europo whon tho blow fell, and but for the klndneas of Clilcaco relatlvos, who learnod ot her con dltlon and Bont hor means. Mra, Nyo told a reportor rocontly that sho has no ldoa how she would havo gotten homo. "Buck Shoals," hor homo, Is for sale to-day wlth out a buyer ln slght. Twonty-flvo thousand uouara oi inn isyo b naru oarneu monoy la thoro. Mra. Nyo said tbat hor hoaveat loss was that ot 830,000 In proporty ln New York, bought as an invostment by Mr. Nyo flvo yoars boforo his dcatb. Itwaswortli $45,000, but the mortgage of 827.000 was upon It. It was hold by the Lorlllards of Now York. In January she was notllled that paymenta must be proinptly inado or forecloBuroa would follow. Sho could not fiay and lt was sacrlflced and every dollar n it lobt. Mrs. Nyo wlll noxt yoar publlab a book of memolrs ot Mr. Nyo. Forcigu. Late advlcoa recolved at Madrld from Mauilla aay the cyclono whlch occurred October 12 wlpod out Caragara and Burugo, and an Immeuae wavo awopt inland,engult lng villagea. Savoral thouaaud natives porlsbed at Taglsban. The extent of the catastrophe is uuknown. A petholbum spring at Romauy, a sub- uruoi jiaKii, uussia, cauguc nro last week. The flre aproad qulckly to othor sprlnga In tho vlcinlty until the wholo valloy was a seaofllame, Tho loases are enormouB and the flrea nro Btlll burnlnir. Four snrlnira and twonty-throe boro holea havo been de- siroyeu as well as soveral magazines and liousos. In a lonir edltorlal on Amerlnan rnmnntl. tlon In the iron and stoel industrles the Pnll Mall Oazette ot last Wednesday aald: " To- uay wo nnu tue uniteu states, not only cuanonging our supremacy in neutral mar kets, but evon ob:alnlnc a foothold in Etic- land. The causes whlch are glving tho Unlted Statea auch a favorable nositlon are permanent and everythlng points to the uniteu oiates reuiaining tne cueapost stoel prouucing country in ine worm." Tub coastlng steamer " Trlton " from Ha vam tor the nrovince of Plnar del Itlo. was wreckod last week on the north coaBt ot that nrovince. The nurser and ono of the passengers havo arrlvedat Marlal. They say they have no knowledge regardlng tho fate of tho captatn. passencers. aoldiora and civillans, and the thirty members of tho Trlton. The mlsaing passengers lnclude severai well-known merchanta. It is said tbat the Trlton had on board more than 200 paasengera, aoldlers and civillans, and it is feared that they havo all porlsbed, in additlon to the thirty men composlng the Bteamer'a crew. Twenty-fivb persona, among them twelve women and flvo children, dled of hunger ln Ilavana ln one day last week. They were crowded Into the place called Loa Fosos, where the Spanlsh pollco horo huddle the pacificoa who bavo been drlven by the troopj into tho capltal from the nelghborlng country. Many thouaanda of theae hopleaa peraona are now starvlng to death in Los Fosos, and since October 1 about twenty-flve of theso havo dled overy day of tholr privatlons. The Spanlsh au thorities conceal tho tacts, and under cover of darkness the bodks are burled ln the cemetery of Colon. ICARTERSI MPlTTLE I VERI SICK HEADAGHE Posltlvcly curcd by tLcso Iiittlo Pllls. They also rclieve Distress from Dyspcpsia, Indigestion and Too Ilearty Eating. A per. fcct rcmcdy for Diziincss, Nausca, Drowsl ness, Bad Tastc in the Mouth, Coatcd Tonguo Pain in thc Side, TORPID LIVER. They Regulate thc Bowels. rurcly Vcgctable. Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. The hlstoric and beautiful town of Wind sor, N. 8.. was nearly wlped out by flre last week. Tho area covered by tho flaines ls almoBt ono mlle equare and of tbo 400 or more bulldings occupylng thls aectlou, barely half a dozen scorched structures re uiaiu. All Is a waste of rulna. Tho bulld iug that escaped lnclude the Windsor cotton factor.v, KlngjCollege, tho Angllcan church, Edgo lllll school for gltls and Dutlerln ho tol. The latter ls the only holel lett stand ing. No Nova Scotla town has ever been vlaltsd by a conllagratlon of such dimen aions. Ot the 3,500 people inbabitiug the place thero are very few havlng homoa ro malnlng. Over 3,000 bave been taken In by the roBideuts ot the outakirts ot the aur louudlug country and nelghborlng towna, whllo the remalnder of tho sufferera have gone to Halifax, or aro sheltered in army tenta in the vacant plots. The Britiah steamer Bonanlsta arrlvod at St. Johns, N. F., last Wednoaday from Montreal aftor tho worst passage ln hor re cord. When off St. Plerre she eucouutered a torrlblo hurrlcano. Her chalns broko and the slilp waa loft in the t rough of tho aea. Ileavy wavee awept the deck, killlug four cattle and waahlng her deck load ovor board. Four lioura later the chalns broko agaln and once moro her decks wore awopt by mountaluouB waves. Flually tho cap talu reaorted to otl baga. Tho gale was uu doubtedly tho worat knowu along tho coast ln sevoral yeara. Slx voaaela have been sunk olT Labrador and flvo ltvoa lost. South Duxbury. George McKlnney, sou of Mrs. Albert PhilllpH, has returnod to hls home Iu Al bany, N. Y. Mr. aud Mrs. Oharlos W. Kollogg havo coino back to tholr old bome to spend the winter with thelr sou. , Mrs. Krvlu Joslln of Waitsfield la vlsltlng her paronta, Mr. aud Mrs. Wllllam Ward. ltev. C. S. llulbort exchanged with Hov. George M. Burdlck of Mludlesox last Suuduy. Frauk Altklus aud fauilly nre golng to Waterville to llvo. HOOD'S PILLS curo Llvor Ills, Bll lousnoss, Indlgostlon, Hondncho. Easy to tnko, onsy to oporato. 23c, TJIYING 0RDEALS FOR WOMEN. Mrs. Plnkhnm Tolla How Wo mon May Avold Palnful Bxaminations. To a modcst, sonsitlvo, hlgh- striing' youtiy womnn, cspoclally nn unmarrlcd woman, thoro ia no moro trying or palnful ordoal than tho " oxamlnattona," which aro now so commou in hospitals nnd prlvato practlco. An cxamlnation by spcculum,or it i- . ii in utuurwisi, ia Huinui.iiuoa n. pumuivu ( JU nccosslty in cortaln ntagcs of ytf many discosos pccullar to woraon, bo at least lt ia ucclareu by tho pro- fcsslon. This would not bo the caso if paticnts hccdcd thoir syinptoms in tim",. If a young glrrs blood Is wntory, lior ekln palo and waxy looklng, hcr lipa colorless, bowols torpld, dlgcstion poor, her ears and temples throb and sho is subject to hcadacho, bcgin at onco to bulld up her systcm with Lydia E. I'inkham's Vcgctable Compound. Do not nllow hcr to undcrgo a physloal cxamlnation. llero is a lottcr from a young lady who rcquests that hor namo should not bo uscd, but glvesher lnltials and strect numbcr so that any inquiry wlll bo recolved. She says: " Doar Mrs. Pinkham: It affords mo great pleasure to bo ablo toaay a ioir words ln rcgard to tho mcrlta of your Vegotablo Compound. I was tompted to try it nftcr sceing tho cffccts of lt upon my mothcr, and now I fool llko s new pcrson. I &m a stcnograplicr and was troublcd wlth falllng of tho womb nnd fcmalc wcakness in goncral. I continucd to work untll I waa so woak 1 could no longer walk, and the last day I was forccd to stop and rcst. t " I was thcn so lll that I was compcllcd to stay ln bcd, and so norvoni that I could not hold anythlng ln my hands. Tho least nolso or surprlso would causo my heart to beat so loudly, and I would becomo so woak that I could hardly stand. I suflorcd for nlmost n. yoar. It is different now. X can go nbout my work wlth pleasure, whllo bofore, work was a drudgo. " Trusting that my words of pralse may help some othor affllcted person, nnd bo of bcncflt to womnnkind ln general, I romain, Yours in gratitudo, L. II., 441 S. East St., Indianapolls, Ind." JabBlcy Thcso novclista mako mo tircd. Tho idca of a " withcring glonco" Aa if nny ono could bo with ered by n mero look. Wickwirc You are young yet, Jabsloy. You ncver Bteppcd on your wifo'a train at a ball. I guces I ain't bo coarBo, said tho pationt onimal. Oh, I don't know, re torted Balaani. You could not make a man of youraolf if you talkcd for a do cadc, aud 1 can mako an asa of myscll in flvo minutcs' discourse. You Can't Make Uold and Grcnse. Somo yeara ago the mint autboritics of a cortain city noticcd that a small amount of gold was miaaing overy day after tho coiniug operationa were over. Thoy watchcd and aet trap of every deacrlption, but uo thlcf waa dotccted, uud aftor tho loss bnd continucd with regularity for aomo months thoy aot it down to an cxtra amount of unavoida blo waato and thought no more about it. Two or three year8 aftcrward two brothera, who were working thero, left and aet up a publlc houso together on monoy which thoy said had been left thom by an unclo. Ab they had both good chnractora, it waa not uutll ono of them told a mint foreman, on the un derstauding that uo action Bhould bo lakon, that anythiug waa kuowu of thu following trick: ij-ii, ii. u.-ii ..-..i ( nrpftof, uuiu iuo uiuineiB u,uu IV f,.1-"00 thcir hands boforo working at tne iua chino3,aud wheneverthey noticed eomo gold dust Bllckiug to tho grcaso it was wlped off in thcir hair. Caro waa ueed thut enough waa uot takou to show, though when they waahcd tholr hair at home each night the fow grains mcant Beveral cxtra shillings, which ultlmate ly onablod thom to rotire aud live com fortably. Strand Magazino. Tho Little Oritic Why, papa, aald Frauccs, who waa looking at tho family albutn, Burely thia lau't a picturo of you? Yee, replicd papa, thnt ia a picturo of mo, taken whon I waB quito young. Well, commeutcd tho littlo girl, it doeen't look as much llko you as you look now. Is Oatahku Youu Lifb's Ctoun? Eml ueut noso aud throat Bpoclaliata in datly practlco hlghly recommond Dr. Agnow's Catarrhal Powdor, as aate, suro, permauent, fiatuloaa aud haruilesa, ln all oasea of cold u the head, tousllltls, hoarsenesa and ca tarrh. It glvea reltef ln ton mtnutea, and baulshea the dlseHBe llko niaglc 0. Sold by W. E. Torrlll & Co. aud Colllua Blakely. !A PfT JyJF Wn,te P'umo from a A S J Crow's Tail, nora good J jKt Blcyclc from Castings. 9 T steX good all through. j evcrywhere. X Scnd for Catalogue. MONARCH CYCLE MFQ. CO Chicago New York London. w addrcsscd to hor ( Mra. Bjonca Mrs. Brown ia a very pcrsietont woman. Mra. Bsmlth How ao? Mra. Bjones For yeara sho has been aBking her denler if his cggs are frcBh, ln tho fond delusion that some day ho will aay no. Little Knut Mamma, didn't the miasionary say that the peoplo in Tamba Tamba don't wear any clothea? Mothor Yea, that'a what he aald. Knut Then why did papa drop a but ton in the plate? the daneer is 1 3 lfl tlC j nepject HALE'S that's why so many j OF coids HOREHOUND lead to a j AND fatal disease. jTAR Hale'sIIoney of Horehoundand Tar Is j made for throat and lung troubles. It acts like magiQ. Sold by druggists, rilte'Toothache Dropi cure ln onc mlnute. j M1NUTE COUCH CURE cures qulckly. That lo what lt wto mado for. Prompt, aafe, sure, qulck rellef, qulck cure. Pleaant to take. phlldren llko it and adults llko lt. Mothers buy lt for their children. nPrsparea by E. O. VtV) Itt Oo., maktn ol QaWltt.'. Llttlo Early Jilaora, tho famoni WloDlllv WE WANT A RELIABLE, Induatrloua ageut ln every town lu Ver mont. Wo have a suporlor artlclo to aoll, aud deal aquarely wlth our helpera, For Urnia addreaa L. L. VALENTINE, Man agor Johnson Drug Co..Saratoga, N. Y.---J