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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAT, MAY 4, 1898.
SUMMARY OF NEWS. Ycrinont. William Oiiadwick of Bholilou was badly injurod last Thursday by Rettlng caucht un ilor a fallluR bnlldlnR. Hkmiy W, Downs dlml last wook at tho Soldler's Iloino, Bennington. Ho was a raombor of Oompany A, 6econd Vormont roglinont, and wag admlttod to tho Ilomo March 25 laHt. IIo was bnried tn tlio Ilomo comotory. Hls was tlio flfty-elglitli doath filnoo the Iloino was opanod. Tlioro aro now ono hundred nnd elfilit lnmatos, Prnsions havo rocontly boou grantod to the followinR Vonnontern: Orlglnal, Will iam Pelkoy of Pittsfield, 80j lncroaso, Den nis S Dow of West Enosburg 88 to 817; relssuo, Jolin A. Kussell of Drldport, 87; otlRlnal, wldow, Margarot II. Orano of St. lAlbans, 88 a tnonth. lncroaso, Wil liam A. Macoinber of Btst Craftsbury. 810 to 814; relssuo and lncroaso, Bamuol C. Coon of Northfield, 81 to 817; oriRlnal wldow, spectal, Aprll 19, I.utherla McDon ald of BJndvlllo, 88; Mary E. Fisbor of Rutland 812 Tiib stoam laundry at Enosburg Falls, ownod by Honry Domltio, was burnod last Wodnosday. Mr. Doinino'a loss will roach $l,G03on tbo plant and tbo wook's laundry from Enosburg Falls nnd surroundlng vll lages. IIo occupled a tonemont in tho roar ot tbe laundry and hls housobold Rooils were damagt)d by flro and wator. Tho Oatbollc Orilor ot Forestors, tbo Indepoud ont Ordor of Forestors and tbo Good Totn plars occupiod a liall ovor tbo laundry and sustained Bomo damago. ITarvoy Domlno, n brotbor ot tbo proprietor, had to jump tbroiiRb n window to CBcapo from tho build ing. IIo was cut and burnod, but not seriously. Tbero was a htgb wlnd at tbo tlmo and a disastrous conflagratlon was narrowly averted. WiLLtAM Sexton, tho well known bll llardlst, dlod suddenly last weok in Now York. Ila was a native of Burlington, and was boru ln 1854. Ho was the youngast ex cept ono of tbo old timochampfonslilpstars. Hls flrst rocorded matcb was played ln St Albans against S. B. Watson. Lator Wat son played him in New York. In 187G when but twenty-two, ho was selocted to represent America in tbe international tnatch wltb Maurlce Vlgnaur, tho greatost of Frencb Iplayers, for the cbampionsblp of tbe world. This matcb took placo at tbo Grand Ilotel, Paris, in March, 187(3, 000 polnts up, at tbo three-ball game, for 82,000. tJexton lost by 459 to COO, bts best run beinn; 129. Ilis last publlo appearance was in Washington in 1887, when Maurlce Daly defeated hini at cusbion caroms. At the annual meeting of tbe grand lodge of tbe New England Order of Frotectlon, held last week in Burlington, tbe followlng ofQcers were electod for the year ensulng: Grand warden, E. E. Sargont of St. Jobns bury; grand vice-warden, O. Blakoly of Montpelier; grand secrotary, H. E. Byron of St. Jobnsbury; grand treasuror, II. II. Davls of Burlington; grand chaplaln, Mrs. F. G. Howland of Barre; grand guide, Miss Llnnle Stovona of Barre; grand guardian, Miss Addie M. Carr of Barnet; grand sen tinel, Artbur Norton of Vergennes; grand trusteos, Frank E. Smlth of Montpelier, II. K. Busb of Barre and F. E. Newell of Bel lows FalN; grand represontatlveB to su premo lodge, J. D. Whiteslde of Vergennes and II. K. Bush of Barre; alternates, Frank E. Smlth of Montpelier and Mrs. G. W. Birch of Bennington. The lodge voted to hold tbe next annnal meeting at Benning ton on the fourth Tueaday of Aprll, 1899; Scratcb, scratcb, scratch; unable to at tend to business durlng the day, or sloep during tbe night. Itching plles, borrlblo plagne. Doan's Olutment cures. Novor falls. At any drug Btore, filty cents. Domcsllc. Tub E. Howard Watcb and Clock Com pany of Boston, of whlch Samuel Little is president, bas made an asslgnmont. Sam uel Little and son Artbur have made indi vidual asslgnments. The estlmated liabil ities of the Watcb company are 8600,000, and Ita assets 8400,000. The cause of tbe fallure Is not announced. Little ls presi dent of the West End street rallroad and Rockland Natlonal bank. Ovku 4,000 flghtlng mon marcbed out of Oblcago last Wednesday bound for the war. Since the early days of 1801, no such scones bave been witnessed in tbat city aa trans plred when tbe regimental armles marcbed to tbe tralns wbich bore them to the camp ing grounds at Sprlngtleld. Tho reglments which went to tbo front were the flrst, Bec ond and soventh reglments of infantry and tbe flrst cavalry. Each reglment was re crulted to its full atrength and carrled, be sides, a number of recrults, who will take the places of sucli mon as may be compelled to drop out from any cause. Thk town of Dover, N. J., and the coun try wlthln a radlus of twenty mlles was atartled last Thursday afternoon by a Berles of terrlflo explosions which occurred ln the Atlantlo Powder Company's works and the plant ls now a complete mass of rulns. Bix workmen were kllled and four others were seriously injured, some probably fatally. The works were sltuated in an isolated spot seven mlles out in a rougb country from Dover. Tbere were ten bulldlngg in the gronp and all have been destr'oyed. Cured in 36 Hours. By Dr. Frost's Famous Rheu matism Cure. Mr. Ellas Trlpp, 10 Parchase street, Fall Rlver, Mass., who is well known In tbe coal business In hls city, saya: "I bavo been a member of tbe great army of rbeumatlo sufferers for years but tbank God, I bave at last found a dellverer in Dr, FroBt's Rheumatism Cure. Recently I was agaln stricken down whlle at work and had to be carrled bome. For two nlgbta I couldn't sleep; the sharp, shootlng palns were awful. My motber procured me a bot tle of Dr. Frost'B Rheumatism Curo and its offoct was maglcal. In tblrty-six hours I retnrned to work. I have bad no palns slnce. "I cannot thank you enough for my re covery, and myself and wlfo will never tiro telling the whole world about it." Jno matter bow long you havo sufTered, or bow many doctors havo failed, Dr, Frost's remedies will cure you. ABk your drug glst about tbelr unprecedented record and band him 25o for a bottlo suited to your disease; bIbo ask him for a Frost Book tell ing bow to get well quick. FROST'S CATARRII CURE will curo nny form of c.itarrh, 25o. Uso Frost's Itnlsam Knray in eonnection, C0c. FROST'S COUGH CURE curos acnlo or clironio coiigli, honrsencss, etc, 25c. FROST'S DYSPEPSIA CURE works won ders, g'vos you a new Htomnch; cures imligcs tion loss of nppetite, dizzinoss, ctc. 25o. FROST'S FEVKR CURE sUuld be atlmnd nt all hours. At first npproach of favers, cs pecially in cliildrcn, avoid dnngerby its prompt uso, 25c. FROST'S IIEADAC1IK CURE does not in tcrfero with tho hc.irt's nction. Cures sick aml nervoiu headnches licndaclics from tbo uso of liquors nnd clironio lioadaclio, 25c, FROST'S LIVER CURE lmnishes sllow coniilexion, jnundico nnd liver complainta Bonornlly. 25c. I, FROST'S KIDNEY CURE cmos wboro all other systeiri8 bave fiiilod, 25o. FROST'S NERVOUS DEUILITY CURE (juickly calms tho nervous systora nndbrncesiip tlio patient; no nerve tonio pnuals it. 25c. FROST'S NO-LA-ORIPPE cures colds nnd grip nnd proventa piicumonin. At tliis tinio of the year your lifo may depond on linvlns it linudy. 25c. FROST'S RHEUMATISM CURE is cele brated the world over. It is tho "mlraclo workor" and has nstonishcd thousnnds, 25c. After Scarlet Fever Llttlo Boy Was Loft Woaknnd Doll cntoScrof uta Bunchos Appoarocl on Hls NockHood's Sarsnparllln Curod nnd Mado Him Strong. "When my llttlo boy was 18 montliH old ho bad scarlet fuvcr, wlilch loft blm wcnk nnd dcllcnto. Hls skln was bluo nnd trnnspnrpnt, hls nppotito was poor, nnd Bcrofula buuchcs nppcnrcd on liin nock. A sovcro cold nlwnys loft blm wltli a cough. Havlng glvon Hood'sSnrsapa rllla to an oldor chlld for caukcr wltli tbo bcst rcjultn, I conchided to try it In tbls caso. In a Hhort tlmo tho glands of hls neck dlmlnisbcd In bIzc. IIo took thrco bottlcs of Ilood's Sarsnpnrllla. It gnvo him a good nppetitoj tbo bluo tlnt lcft hls skin nnd ho ls ns Htrong1 ns nny boy of hls ngo." Mrts. Georqr M. Clahkk, C52 Chcstnut Street, Lynn, Mbbs. Iio suro to gct IIood'B bccauso HOOd'S SpaMna 13 tlic bcst In f act tho Ono Trtie Illood Purlfler. 'ld by all drugglsts. $1; slx for $5. ,!., r'isii- cllro I-lvcr 111s ; casy to tlOOa'S FlllS tnkc,easytooiicrnto.25c. ; M. W. Wheelock's Real Estate Asency AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, AT MONTPELIER BOOK BINDERY. Havo bargatns ln liousos, lots and otber valaable property. Places wanted for flrst class clerks, male, botel cook, glrls for house work, laundry work, etc. 13ST" No expense for reglstorlng. Tbe flrat oxploslon occurred in ono ot the packlng houBos, caused, lt is tbougbt, by a spark from tbe pipo of a careloss smoker. Tbe concusslon set off tho explosivos in another ptcking house near by. Foreign. Orikntai. advlcos by steamer tell of a Bhocking massacre which occurred oarly on the mornlng of March 31, at a hamlot twenty mlles south of Talpsb at tbe house of Yang Kln Sbang. It would appear accordlng to the informatlon ot ono of tho unfortunate familles neighbors tbat a party of over twenty robbers entered the house and mur dered Yang, bis wlfe, bis mother and chll dren and servants, flftoon perBons in all, who realated them in thelr attempt to loot tbe house and attack the daugbters. When the robbers bad butchered all tbe inmatos they set the house on firo. Washington County Conrt. When court opsned Wednesday mornlng 176 wltneaaes had been examlned ln tho caso of Btate against Mlldred Brewater, and the end was not in sight. Thostenographlc notos of tbe ofllclal roporter at tbat tlme covered more pagea tban dld tbe entlre Marsb trial one year ago. Miss Margaret Bean of Burlington was the flrat wltness called by the atate Wednes day. She stated tbat she bad been inti matoly acquainted with Eunlce Chaffee for twenty years, and nlways considered ber sane. Wltness was a domoatlo ln tbe Brew ster famlly for two years and novor saw anytblng pecullar in Mra. Brewater. Con sidered ber a strong woman montally and psrfectly aane. Respondent was a little glrl, tbere was notblng peculiar about her except her strong temper. She had no cou vulslons or flta durlng the two yeara wlt ness was in tbo family. Ilarry Shurtloff, of the flrrn of Shurtleff & Sbnrtleff of Montpelier, testltled tbat In tbo wlnter of 189G roapondent was a domestic ln hls father's famlly for about four months. Saw reapondent at leaat three tlmea a day and sometlmes more. Considered roapon dent perfectly aane at tbat tlmo. Mlaa Lucy Chaffee of New Haven, a daugbter of Eunlce Chaffeo, lefthomo when abe was twelve yeara old. Saw a great deal of ber motber and considered ber perfectly aane. Levl Bwif t of Middlesex teatifled that he waa a nephew of Eunioe Chaffee. Knew her well, saw her often, considered her a aane woman, Mra. Mary Chamberlatutestlfled In rogard to Mra. Browater's sanlty and E. W. Ellia of Huntington, alwaya conaidered Arnold Sherman aane. Dr. Anson Norton of Bristol teatifled to glving medlcal treatment to Eunlce Chaffee for heart disease. He conaidered ber aane. H. E. Baldwln of North Duxbury stated tbat he was acquainted wltb Mra. Wesley Brewater for elgbteen yeara, worked for Mr. Brewater aevoral seaBons. IIo con sidered Mra. Brewster a aane woman. Thought reapondent waa an ugly, bad dla pssltloned cblld, never knew of her havlng aposma, Thoinas Sherldan of Montpelier, recalled, teatifled that be saw respsndent nearly every day when she roomed at tbe McBrlde house, extending tbrough tbe wlnter and up to tbe tlme of the tragedy. The nlgbt before tbe tragedy be Baw respondent, aaw notblng pecullar in ber appearance, never aaw her when her oyea bad a glarlng look, never aaw any lndlcatlona of insanlty ln her appearance, Mra. Claronco Bugboo, recallod, stated tbat when reapondent came to ber bomo tbe mornlng of the shootlng slio remalned about an hour and twenty-flve mlnutos. Wltness conversed wltb respondent on varioua aub jecta and aaw notblng atrange ln her ap pearanco, Saw respondent and Anna Wbeeler when tbey left tbe house and went toward the Bceno of tbe tragedy. Olarence Bugbee, recalled, teatifled to the appearance ot sanlty on the part of re spondent on tho mornlng of the ahooting. Looked closely at her wbllo the two glrls wero atandlng on tbe plazza of bis house. She appearod perfectly aane. Mary A. McLeod, a nurse at Heaton IIob pital, teatifled that bIio bad cbarge of re apondent for alx weoks at the bospltal last aummer, taklng care of ber nlghts. Ileard reapondent apeak of Jack Whoelor. Con sidered resrondent sano whlle abe was ln bosp'.tal. Never heard hor oxpress a deslre to dlo, and never heard her refer to the tragedy. Miss Marlon Dowoy, a nurse ln Heaton noapttal, teHtlfiod to ber bellef. In renpond ent's sanlty. Wltneaa lnd Bp3clal cire of reapondent whlle abe was tbere after tho opsratlon for the romoval of tbo bullet. Lettors written by respondent whlle at tho hospltal, to Mrs. William Ross of Barre and Mra. J. DeCoilalns of Montpsllor wero road to the Jury by Stato'a Attornoy IIow land. Mrs. S, O. Shurtleff stated that when re-sp-mdent worked for her in 1890, sbo was out oveninga so rauch she waa obltgod to re monstrate wltb ber. Mlldred told ber tbe roason she dld not stay at bomo was that sbo could not Hve tbere in paaco. Wltneaa nevor notlced any despondunt apol'a whlle at hor honso durlng three months and thought hor aane. Miss Emma J. Witty, matron at tho Hea ton HoBpItal, teatifled that when tho two glrls wero tnken to tbe hospltal wero placed in the same room but in aeparato beda. Her attentlon to Mlldrod's flrat regalnlng conaclouauoss was attractod by hor crylng. Wltneaa asked her If she wlshed to seo her fathor to whlch Mlldred repllod thatalie dld not as hIio waa not flt to seo any one. Thought hor aano. Mlldred only roforred to tho tragedy onco ln hor prosonce, tbat was tbo last tlmo sbo waa at tbo hospltal whon the bullet was romovod from ber boad. Respondont sald sho remembored notblng of It, nnd that aho would not bo so cruol as to burt nny ono. Miss Inoz McDonald, nurso nt the hospl tal, recallod, Btatnd that whon roapondent flrst asked ber fathor whoro Anna Whoeler was ho gave hor nn ovaslve answor. On tho followlng Monday ho told roapondent that Anna was doad nnd would bo burlod that day. Wltness thought rospondont was aano. Tho only tlmo sbo hoard Mlldrod exproBS sulctdal lntont wns whon aho regalned con aclousnoaa, nnd oxprosacd n wlsb thnt bIio mlght dlo. Ou tho day tbo bullet was ox traotod, nttor aho rrgalnod conacionaneas Mlldred commoncod crylng and sajd thoy would not let ber dlo, that no ono llkod hor, and thoy all thought hor a murderor. Sbo tben sald aho romomborcd notblng of tbo trnRody. Horace Illcbardson ot Barro testlflod that on tbo day Mlldred purchased tbo revolvor ho dld not notlco nuytblng pocullar about her, John Wnllaco of Barro teatifled tbat whon he sold hor tho revolver ho dld not notlco anytblng psculiar about Mildrod nnd thought hor to bo sano. Mrs. Margaret Pierco of Barro, nurso at tho Hoaton Hospltal whon rospondont wns tnken tlioro, toatlfled that whon Mlldred regalned consclousneaa aho askod wltness whoro tbe rovolvor was and was told tbat It was In aafo keeplng. Mlldred told hor tho noxt day tbat Anna Whoelor wns doad and tbat Bho wanted to dlo too. Wltness had sald notblng to hor about tho tragedy pro vloua to thls romark and knew of no one who had aatd anytblng to hor nbout Anna bolngdoad. About threo wooka lator Mll drod sald aho dld not Intend to ahoot Anna Wbeeler but lntondod to ahoot berBolf. Thought Mlldrod was aano. About flvo minutes before conaclouaneBS waa observed ln Mlldred on tho day of tho ahooting, wlt ness touchod tho oyeball and waB suro tbat Mlldrod winkcd, Bbowlng that sbo was tben parttally conacioua. Anna Wheelor's body was takon out of tbo room bofore tho at tendants notlced tbat Mildrod was con scious. Wltness aald tho glrls woro sopjr ated from oach otbor by a cotton cloth screen. Thought Mlldrod waa sane. Albort Crano, son of Petor Crane, whoso doath in tbo asylum nt Waterbury had been testlflod to, teatifled tbat it waa only alx woeks before bo waB takon to tbo asylum that bis fathor ahowed nny algns of Insanlty. IIo dled four weeks nftor bo waa takon tboro. Miss Kate Butterflv of Montpelier, re callod, tostlflod that when Mlldred workod at Ledden Sl Campboll'a sbo had soon bor slttlng in the lap of Joseph Boulala, telo graph oparator at Montpelier Junctlon. Had soen ber put ber arma nround bia neck and klss him. Novor tbougbt respondent was lnsane. Procoedlngs were delayed Thursday mornlng whlle counael for the defence wero ln consultatlon wltb W. A. Lord at hls bome. Mlaa Mary O'Nell was called Thursday afternoon. Sbo aaw reBpondont at tho hos pltal the day after the ahooting. Mlldred asked wbat peoplo were saylng about ber. Wltness told hor thoy aald abe was a foollsb glrl. She roplied "I know lt but I couldn't belp it." Mlaa Marlan James, recalled, atated tbat abe boardod for flvo weeka at same place as reapondent, thought ber aano. Miss Josepbine Brown of Montpelier, tes tlfled to meeting reapondent on a traln from Barre tbo Saturday nlgbt before the ahoot ing. She laugbed, talked pleaaantly, and aeomed perfectly natural. Never thought her inaano. Helen Donahue, recalled, atated that at the tlme of tbe ahooting she beard no nolse except the reports of the revolver. Percy Baldwln gave slmllar testlmony. Patrlck McBrlde, recalled, teatifled that whlle reapondent roomed at hls bouae be never aaw anytblng that made blm thlnk sho was montally nnsound. Miss Josepbine Ducette, recalled, teatifled to seelng respondent at tbe home of witneas wlth a Northflold cadet named Grapsea. John L. Tuttle, stated that be belped tako Poter Crane to the Waterbury aBylura. Ilad known him for twenty-fivo years and had never thought blm lnsano untll he was taken to the aaylum. Dr. 8. E. Lawton, superintendent of the retreat for the lnsano at Brattleboro, was called Thursday afternoon. He quallfled as an expert and testlfled aa to three examina tlons he made of Miss Brewater's mental condltlon, one at the hospltal and two at the jall. Hls testlmony in this respect did not dlffer materlally from that given by the experts for tbe defonco, althougb of courso it was from a different atandpolnt. Mlas Brewster told him that abe never Intended to Bboot Anna Wbeeler, and could remom ber notblng of events the day of the trag edy. She sald she pnrcbaaod the revolvor to klll herself and not Anna Whoeler. She becamo engaged to blm abont three weoks after she met him. It troubled her to bave blm go wltb Anna Whoelor, but be told ber be would never marry anybody but wlt ness. To a long bypothetlcal questlon put to Dr. Lawton by Mr. Howland he replied tbat be conaidered MIbs Brewstor sane whon tbo doed was committed and at the present tlme. Dr. Lawton dld not thlnk Mlas Brewater waa BUfforing from an eplleptlo form ot in sanlty, from dimentla or alcohollo Insanlty, all of wbich cause loss of memory, when she dld tbo shootlng. He sald that slxty per cent of the murders committed are fol lowod by attemptod aulclde, and that only about twenty-flve per cent of sutcldes are ln sane. The cross examinatlon of Dr. Lawton by Mr. Plumloy lasted nearly all of Frlday. Legal sklll was pltted against expert knowl edB but Dr. Lawton could not be ahaken in bis statement that ho belleved Mlldred Brewster sane and rosponalble for her acts when she sbot Anna Wbeeler. Dr. Theodore Fisbor of Boston was called Frlday afternoon at flve o'clock and quall fled as an expert in insanlty. Tbe Btory that he told npon the stand regardlng hls oxamlnatlona of tbo mental condltlon of Mlas Brewster corroborated anbstautlally the testlmony of Dr. Lawton coverlng tbeso Eoints. To tho bypothetlcal quoation tbat ad been put to Dr. Lawton he roplied tbat he considered Mlldred Brewater aane when she committed the deed, aane when he ox amlned ber In tbo Jall, and responslble for hor acts at tbe tlme of tho tragedy, Pend lng Dr. Flaher's croaa examinatlon a rocoss was takeu to Saturday mornlng. roONTINUXD 0H rOUBTII FAGX. Vershire. Bert Wlgglns and famlly bavo movod to West Corinth whoro they will aasist ln car lng for hls motber, wbo bas been 111 for a long whlle. i Frank Carpontor is vislt lng bis grandparents and otber friends bore. Samuel Fisher ls working wltb Mr. Porter on Mra. Oiogaton'a now barn. A grange has been organized bere and new members are lolnlng at every meeting. Oasle Carlton is wprklng ln Barre. Mrs. Bowley, who has been vislting hor daughtor, Mra. Martln, has re turned to ber bome in South Corinth. Ellaha Preacott, an aged and blghly es teomod cltlzen, ls very Blck and lt U foarod that ho cannot long survlvo, Mr. Prescott bas been for many yoars a roaldent of Vor ahire and la one of ita oldost lnbabltanta. Much Bympatby ls folt for blm and for Mra. Prescott. who is herself ln feoblohealtb and has but just recoverod from a serlous lllnoas. Invltatlons aro out for a btrthday party at Mrs. J. J. Parabley's noxt Frlday evonlng-: PatronB of tbo creamery re cnlvod twonty-one centa psr pouud for March Imtter. No IIkaiit too Bad to Bk Cuiiud. Tea tlniony could bo plled hlgh In commonda tlon of tho wondoiful cnroa wrought by Dr, Agnuw'aCuro for the Heart. No caso atauds ngalust tbls great remedy whoro lt dld not rollevo tho most acuto heart aufferlngs ln aldo cf thlrty inlnuteB. It attaoks tho dla oaso In nn inataut aftor belng takon, 29, Bold by W. E. Terrlll & Oo. and Colllna Blakley. Xoir York Fnslilons. riQUE AND LINEN WIIKSSKS: WAISTS: BLKKVKS! WHITE I.ACE OKIKTS! TIKS! SA8HE8! COLI.A118. "Mniblnrf mnrn r.lnnrlv fnrllnntna Hin rrrp.nt nntinlnrlt v nf Indnnnnilnnt. wnlilo Ihnn tlio prcsont vnrloly of roody- uiiupcii circuinr BKiris; tno nowcsi uoing of wlilto, plnk, crimBon, llght bluo, nnvi'-blun nr hlnr.k T'rnnp.li nlnnn pnl In sovoti goros, wltli white ilnmbure om- uroiuory in ovory Bcnm, tinu n piquo ruflla nround tho lowor ctlgo, flnlshcd wltb Bimllar cmbroldory, Tho sarno idca comos up ln plnin colorcd om broldorod Inwns, whoro twolvo plccca compoeo tho Bklrt wlth black lnco inacr tlon in ovory Bonni. TIicbo corao ln pnttorna wlth matorlal for tho wnlste, nt $18, nnd tho piquo ekirts nt $10. Tho circuinr llounco ls much omploycd on piquo drossefl, with whlto braiding nt both cdgcB, nnd n blouso with rovore 1 - ; . I . , . iruuinou wim ono or iwo rows oi om broidcry has nn opon neck, rcquiring n ehirt wnist or choiniBotle bolow. A OttlMSON 1'IQUE JACKET with lnrgo ombroldoted nnd ruflled col lnr, rovcrs nt tho front, n snllor bnck, nnd crlmson rlbbon bclt, is vory dnsh ing for young glrls, tho samo stylo boing nlso shown in tnn or bluo, to bo worn with whito piquo sklrts. Linon buUb nro very aovoro, short, plnin jick ots, nnd tbo circular flounco 1b oflon hcndod with n Rlmplo fold, on nn npron front mny bo tliua outlincd. A strong domnnd cxlstB for foulard Bllka, tho ground well covorcd by Btnnll designB, lrregularly-plnccd polkn dots boing in espccinl fnvor, mado up with a doep flounco curving into nn oponing nt tho front, nnd n sccond nbovo it, ench cdgcd with narrow laco. TltlMMINGS now como up in front and down nt tho bnck, which is n novelty, as it wns Just tno opposuo m tno early part of tho Bcason. Dressy waists of nlmoat all kinds nro modolcd upon a combined round yokc and blouBo offect. Tho chiffon, nasBcmontorlo, or laco nnd Batin yoko cxtond down tho front to tho wnist, and tbo blouso sidcs nro cut nwny to form n point nt each sido, just below tho yoke. This outlino may bo Bimply cdgod, or n rover nt bnck nnd front is much moro stylish, oponing nt tho ton of tho bIoovo fthroueh which frilla are visiblo) nnd nt tho centor of tno DacK, tnuB cxactly matching tho front. It muat bo cloarlv undorstood that in fancy wniats, tho rovers never extenda across tho front, but is aimply an ornnmentntion for sides nnd back, and now thnt fnshions in genernl are on a settlod baais, with persons of mod crato meana tho work of ronovation bo gina, and aa new plain cloth tailor suits mny bo trimmod with vory narrow Blriped silk ruffiea, tho best parts of half-worn gowns, or remnanta lying by may bo lurned to account. and if waah- cd with Ivory aoap, the colora como out jrean nnd brignt tnus avoldlng tho ox penae of now material. BLEEVEB ABE IN THBEE BTYLE8, tho mousquctaire for thin materials, tucka wherovor thoy aro ndmiBBiablo and row aftor row of narrow aatin rib bon put on full nround the Bleeve. On n turquoiso bluo and black net drcss shown by a londing houao, thero were aixioen rowa ot bluo aatin ribbon with a black cdgo, botwoon tho cuff and the ruffles sot in tho arm-holes. Whito aatin sleovcs may bo UBed when white ahowa in tho drcsa fabric tuckod in cluators with bands of gilt pasaemen terie botwoon. Whito not Bkirts ornamonted with gilt apangles aro for evening wear, and whito aatin ribbon put on in doublo pointa dottcd with Bpangloa forma a very attractivo oordor, or aatin ribbon may bo placed nt intervals all the wav up tho akirt. A ribbon trimming i8 not obligatory, aa tho apangloa in thom selvcs are aufflciently ornamontal. BODICES in keoping with thcao Bkirts are ahown in great numbora, and leaf, bow-knot or waving ribbon patterna in whito aatin or not, outlinod with gilt (war ranted not to tarnish) are brought out for fronta on veats, at $7 and S8 per yard, ao great is tho domand for auch trlmmlnga. White laco circular ekirts to be worn over a color ahow large flg uros nt tho lowor edgo grndually de croaaing aa they approach tho waiat, without coraage pioce however, aa that matter ia left to indivldunl taato. Of real lace, a handeomo ono coata $75. The plainoat atylo is of white Bruaaela net, with four plaited mualin ruflioa edged with laco, at intervals on tho akirt with braiding botween nt $12, ritOMINENT AMONQ ACCE8SOniE8 nro plaided, striped or Iloman sashes, tho former uaually trlmmed all around with a black chiffon plaltingheaded by narrow black paaaementorio, or black net ruffles put on slnnting or atrnight acroaa tho width, ia very styllah; and aa a matter of courso colors muat har monlze. Whito not tiea oithor plain or with rufllea or laco nt tho onda, or of flgured laco (always two yards long) wrappcd twico around tho nock with a amart double bow at the front, aro vory aoft and gonerally bocomlng. Tho la teat thing in collars is n plain colorod or black volvot atock collar, with ahield attachod, atuddod with atool sparka in two aizea, and narrow volvot bolt to match. Thon agaln a aiool ornamont ia placed at tho front, and amnller onoa at tho sidcs, or a steel band in Grcok koy pattorn oxtonda all around tbo col lar. Fannik Field. One Mlnutc Cough Cure, cures. Tbat Is wbat tt was made for. SomotimeB, eald Unclo Ebon, a man ia liko do bottom numbor of a fraction. Da blgger bo trles to bo, do Bmallor what bo alnnds for roally ia. Smlth Evory timo I cnll I flnd you wlth a pon ln your band. You muat bo. vory fond oi wriling. Brown Oh, yea rogulnr ponholdor, aa it woro. Smlth lan't lt wondorful how many atlcka aro convertcd Into ponholdora. Pill Famk, Ton couta a vlal for Dr. Ag new'a Livor Pllls would not mako them tho lamo they enjoy to duy If the curatlvo qualltles were not ln them. Wortb will get to tho top uud that ncoounts for the won derful domand for tboio llttlo goms, Thoy poaltlvoly cure Constlpatton, BUlouauess, Blck Headache. 32. Sold by W. E. Terrlll and Oolllna Blakley. POETRY. Stiusct. Do jou evor tlilnk, whon tho akj li bluo, And tlio cloudj In the West nro nn nmber hue, And a ihndod rod, and a ihlminorln white, That tho Rrent All Fnthcr tnkei dcllRht In teolnff hta chlldren reat nwhllo? Ilna tho dny hocn woarj, tho taik boon long? I.nj caro nalde, nnd lot a aonc ltlao to your llpa na roit gazo nt tho akr, 1'or tho glorloa ot henven aoem floatlng bj, And tho grent All l'athor ehlfta tho acenei. For aome, llfe aoomi but ldlo plari Wlille otliora nro burdoned wlth care nlway. llut ldlo aeemlng ott hldea n paln, Aa tho aun ott ahlnoa ln aummor raln j Tot tho great All Father aooa It all, And the beauty of aun and cloud and akr Tlmt gllda the Weet na nlght drawa nlgli, llut ahowa tho love thnt will aafelr hold jicli truatlng hoart ot thla enrthly fold, Tlll tho great All Fathor loada ua home. ANTIIA MmA MUNSKLL. An Intcrrnl. You wouldn't thlnk tolook nt him a lajln'tliar ao meek, Wlth hls chnbbr handa both folded undernoath hli aunburnt cheok; You wouldn't thlnk, to eoo tho poaco hla eleepln' roaturea lake Jeat what a holr torror he kln bo when he'a awakel I bot lf you could get a peop beneath thoao laahea now, You'd nnd n apark o' mliclilet lurkln' In hla oyea aomebowj An' thoao curvod llpa that molded llke a cherub'a, aoft and awoet, Tliey'ro yoarnln' Jeat to gire a whoop womld 11ft you off your feett Look nt hla ragged little coat a-hangln' on that chalr Tliar aln't a thlng belonga to him thnt don't ahow algna of wear. Juitaoo thoao ruaty little ahoea, wltli both tho toea atumpedout, They glve a aoit o' Idta of the way he glta about I Bomehow It don't feel natural f ur the houao to be ao atlll, U'a full ot ompty apacoa that lt takoa hla volce to flll; An' I klnder mlaa tho racket an' tho patter ot hla feet, An' the llttor that I growl about-thlnga look a heap too neat. It'a curloua how n little acamp llke that kln take a part In all your thoughta an' fanclea, tlll ho fllla n fellei'a hoirt Wlth the rattle an' the prattlo that you learn to loie aomohow, Tlll jou'ro lontiomo when you mlaa lt Bli I Great Bcott, lio'a waklng nowl Ida Ooldamlth Morrla.ln Atlanta Conatltutlon, Tho Wnrshlp "flixle." They've named n crolaer "Dlxle"-that'a whut the An' I heara tliey'ro goln' to man hor wlth tho boya that wora tha ffr&v. Ooodnowil Itaortorthrltlame an' makea me want ler oe Whar tho ban'la playln' "Ulxle," an'the "Dlxle" puta teraeal They've named a crulaor "Dlxle." An', fellera, 111 be boun' You're goln' ter aee aome flghtln' when the "Dlxle" awlnga aroun'l Ef any o' them Spaniah ablpa aball atrlke her, eaat orweat, Jeat let tho ban' play "Dixio"-an' the boya'll do the reatl I want to aee that "Dlx'fi" r wMttAr i.v mv ...ni Onthedeckof hor, and holler: "Threo cheera fer Dlzln lAn'l" She meana we're all unlted-the war hurta healed away, An' "Way Down South In Dlxle" la Natlonal to-dayl I bet you, ahe'aa good 'unl I'll aUke mylaat red cent Thar aln't no better tlmber in tbe wholo blame aot tlementt An' all thelr ahiny battleahipa bealde that ahlpalr tame. Fer, when lt comea to "Dlxle," thar'a aomethln' in n nimoi Ilere'a three cheera rb' a tlAi am lA..t vi k.. . An' let the ban' play "Dlxle" whon the "Dlxle" pata teraeal She'll mako her wayan'wlnthe day from ahlnln' Jeat let the ban' play'Dlxlo," an' the boya'll do the reat, From tbe Atlanta Conatltutlon. Somothing for Notblng. Should anybody come to you and whlaper, "1've a acneme For gettlng caah, hand orar Qat, an endlon, goldn aiream," And add, "I'll let you in on thla I" why, then, if you are wiae, You'll apurn the balt and norer try to grab the gold. en prlze : For he'a got a atring tled to lt, Or, ot courae, he wouldn't do lt: IIo la very aure to work the razzle dazzle after awhlle; So dlatruat the aoula who offer, " 'Cauae It'a you," to tlll your coffer, For the men wlth gold to glve away have all gone out of atyle. Whon anybody amllea on you nnd warmly ahakea your band, And ahowa a depth of f rlendahlp tt la hard to undar atand, And doaan't aoem to have a Joy but what he'd have you aharej Now, auch a heart may be all rlght. but but.Juat the aame, bewarel For he'a got a atring tled to lt, Or, porchance, he wouldn't do lt. You have got to pay the price aught elaa la a delu alve hopoj And here'a a thought to ponder, Aa about the world you wander Anytblng that'a worth the havlng'a alwaya anchored to a ropo. -Orodlt Loat. Shndows ou tho Wall, When the room la tldy, Toya are put away, Eyea aro growlug aleepy, Bklea are turulug grayi Coraea the chlldren'a clamor Aa they rouud me throug Falry lore'a exhauated, Sung each nuraory aong ; In tho mellow lamplight Iluahed thelr volcea all, Whllst thoy watch me maklug Shadowa on the wall, Through the happy allence Itlnga thelr laughter low Aa upon tbe wall, thero, Shadawa como and go, Nurae, unacen, unheeded, Watchea from thedoor, Whllat the ehlldron'a volce l'lead for Juat oue morol Ono by ono they leave tne, Tlll I alt alone, Seelng, ln tho twlllght, Shadowa of my own. I.ong formotteu fauciea, Dreuma ln oldeu gulio Tlll from heart to oyollda Teira, uubldden, rlao Ilappy, happy chlldreu? Tlmo haa oya for all Only aome aie tleetlng Shadowa on tho walll Ollfton lllHgham ln Loudon Dally Mall. HOOD'S PILLS curo Llvor llls, Bll lousnoss, Indlgostlon, Hontlncho. Eniiy totnko, oasy tooporato. 20c. ATTJIACTIVE FullnooB of Hoalth Makos Swoet DlapoaitlonB and Happy Homes. E41TRACTS FROM MRS. TINKIIAM'S KOTE BOOK. Woman's groatoBt plft is tbo nowcr to Insnlrn nilmlrnf.lon. rpsncot and lnv. ri'l,- ii i. . ... ia u ucuuty in nenttti that was Hrooklyn. I had glven up myself; as I had tried so many thlngs, I belleved nothlng would evcrdo mo any good. But, thanks toyoui modicine, I am now well and strong; in fact, another person entlrely." If you aro puzzlod about yoursolf, writc freoly and fully to Mrs. Plnkham, at Lynn, Mass., and secure tho advlcewhich she offcrs frco of chargo to all women. This is tho advlco that has brought sunshlno into many homes whlch norvou ncss and irrltablllty hnd nearly wrecked. I.vdlaE. Pinkham's VcgctableComponndjaWoman'dRcmeayrorWornan'sIlll Attcr the mcaales Mlaa Kdna Hobblna, of CoV.&, Why doea Mra. Murray Hill ao cor dially hato Uoaton? Sho went thero in tho intoreatof the Soclety of Colonial Damea and waa anubbed by tho Daugh tora of the Feloponnosian war. Weary Watkina Kindncaa alwaya paya. I alwayB believo in helping a lamo dog over the atile. Hungry Ilig ginB Well, many a dog haa helped mo over the fonco. No, George, aaid the maturo but atill lovely malden to hor youthful adoror, I can nover bo anything moro than a mother to you. Your father apoko flrat. CARTERS HlTTLE IVER PILL.S SICK HEADACHE Posltively curcd by tlieso Iiittlo Pills. They also relicve Distressfrom Dyspepsla, Indigcstion and Too Hcarty Eating. A per fect remedy for Dizzincss, Nausca, Drowst ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated .Tongua rain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They Regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetablc. Small Pill. Small Doso. Small Price. SHATTERED NERVES that lead to Innumerable compllcatlon not only of the brain, but of all the vltal organs of the body, may be made strong and bealthy In tliemselves, and 6ympathetic dernngcments of tbe entlre eystem averted and cured by the use of R ANGIER'S ETR0LEUM EMULSI0N Hvpophoiphltei. The petroleum ln this preparatlon alds dlgestion, strcngthens the great llfe centers of the body, makes pure red blood, heals dlseased tissue and crentes new and firm flesh, white the hypophos- phites of llme and soda wlth whlch lt ls combined strengthcn and rcstore the nerves to tbeir normal condltlon. Sold by all drngglata. 60e. and t t.oo. Angler Uhemlcal Co., AlUton Dlatrlct, Uoaton. the danger is in the neglect HALE'S that's why j so many OF coids HOREHOUND lead to a fatal disease. AND .TTTT.TT.TY. Ilale'slloney of Ilorehoundand Tar is made for throat and uag troubles. It acts llke magic. Sold by drugglsts. rite'aToothache Dropscure In onemlnute. ....... ......... i J ROB'T M. READ. (JI. I)., llarvanl, 1S70.) 8PECIALIST DISEASES OF RECTUM. nn Tn iimnt Strcut, llonton. 8ond for Pnmphlot. USSJtSWS'SJU. tfiui'e iioursi lt tn 4 ii'ilock, Buiulaya FISTULA umi 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 exceptca. WOrEN. .l. . . wiiicli is moro attraottve to mon tnan moro rcKulnrlty of fenturo. To bo n, succcssful wio, to retaln tho love and admirntlon of hor husband, sbouM bo s woman's constnntstudy. Attbo llrstindica tionof lllhcalth,palnfulmcn8es,palnaintho Blde,bcadacboorbackachc.secure LvdlaK. Plnkbam's VegotabloCoinpound, and begin lts use. This truly wondorful remcdy ls tbo aafeguard of wc mcn's bcaltb. Mrs. Mabf.i, Ssiitii, 345 Con tral Avc, Jersey City Hcights, N. J., wrltcs: "Dkah Mns. Pinkiiam: Ican hardly flnd words wlth wbich to thank you for what your wondorful romcdy has donofor me. Without it I would by this timo have beon dcnd or worse, insane; for when I atartod to tako Lydla E. Pinkham's Vego tablc Compound I was in a terri blostatc. I thlnk It would bolm posslblo for me to tell all l suf fcrcd. Every part of my body scoiucd to paln some way. The paln in my back and hcad wm terrlble. I was nervous, had hyaj- terlcs and f aintlnfr Bpells. My case was one triven up by two of the best doctors in Vt., had palnful blotchea on her face. She uicd ann aeourea lmmeainte nna compietc renei. biic now recommenda It for all alcln troublea. It aoothea and beala ao promptly and tlTcctlvely. It la beat for babr. OURREHT LITEMTDRE, Tho Mny Mngazlnes. AMBA8SADOR ANDREW D. WHITE haa written for the May Century an ar ticlo entitlod "A Stateaman of Itueaia." Thia ia a character aketch of the moat iniluenlial peraonago in Ruaaia, Pro-curator-Qeneral Pobedonoatzeff, of the Holy Synod, who haa beon called "the arch-perseculor," and 'tho Torque mada of tho ninetecnth century." Am baasador White will nlso tell about an other pictureaquo character, Father Ivan, tho miracle-worker. Amono tho notable features of the May Ladkst Home Journal are an il luatrated article on Joseph Jeffcrson at home, "After-Dinner Sloriea," a pago of brightly told anecdotea of promincnt peraonagea. and Rudyard Kipling'a famoua Jubileo hymn, "Ee cesaional," aet to muBic by Beginald do Koven. "ACabinet Momber'a Wifo" glvea further interoating glimpaea of Washington social-offlcial lifo, and an other view "InBide of a Hundred Homea" ia afforded. There are arti cles on woman's attiro and varioua houaehold topica. By the Curtia Pub liahing Company. One dollar per year; ten cents per copy. At a momont whon war and all its applinnces and aapects have an espe clal intereat, no doubt tho flrst thing tnrned to in JlfcOiure's Magazint for May will bo Rudyard Kipling'a poem on the torpedo. In a recont atatement by Lieutenant G. E. Armatrong that "the torpedo haa brought into the navy a freah zeat, a new romance, and poaai bilities moro brilliant than wero oziat ent before ita adoption," Mr. Kipling has found an idea of juat the eort he lovea, and doveloped thereon a poem in hia nobleat manner majeatic in movemont, felicitouB and dramatic in deacription, and myatical and deep aearching in aentiment. It is truly great in ita individual expreasiona, and grcater yet in ita completo offect and impreeaion. Colleqes for women in thia coun try aro now old enough to have cus toma and traditiona, and a diatinct un dergraduate lifo, after the manner of men'a collegea. The flrat aorioua at tompt to repreaont tbis lifo in magazine articlea ia begun in the May Scribner's, with "Undorgraduate Life at Wellea loy," by Abbo Carter Qoodloe. The article haa nothing to do with acholas tic ideala or tho problema of higber educatlon; it plcturea tho life aB one who haa lived it aeoa it. Miaa Good loo'a akillaa a writor waaamplyatteated by tho aucceaa of hor "Colloge Girla" atoriea. She exhlbits here humor and a koen appreciation of tho aocial side of the llfe at WelleBley particularly as it ia livod by "tho largo mojority who take collego aanely, and work when they work and play when it ia time to play." Hor pictureaquo account of "Float Day," "Troo Day," the "Barn Swal Iowb," etc, ia aupplomented wlth a aoriea of brilliant illustrations by the Miasea Cowlce, Poixotto, Gilbert, and Roaonmoyer. TnE completo novel in the May iaaue of LippincotVs is "Tho Uncalled," by tho colored poot, Paul Laurenco Dun bar. Though undoratood to bo hia first easay In oxtended flction, it ia an es tromoly Btrong, thoroughly readablo Btory. Tho scene 1b laid mainly in a small Ohio town; the hero ia a youth of tho humbloat origin, who is forced into tho ministry and work8 hia way out of it. "No. 87,017 Oolt," by George Brydgea llodnoy, recounts tho espe rloucoa of n Bmall party of Americans in Cuba during a former insurrcction. Thoodoro Gallaghor descrlbca ono phaso of a vory wild Weatern town in "Tho Election at Cayoto." Both aro atirring tales. Tho waya of "Tho Iudian "Afoot,"and hia oxtraordinary abllitiea aa a podcatrian,aro aot forth by William Trowbridgo Larued. By "Tho Sacred Flowor" Marvin Dana meana tho roao. "Peoplo-iu Law" form tho aubject of a little easay by Alau Camorou. Prank G. Carpontor doal8 with "Tho Book Lovoa of Statoamen" f. e., aomo of thom. "Tho Literaturo of Japan" is briefly diacusacd by Joaliu Z. Smith. Itnposslble to forusee an accldent. Not imposslblo to be prepared for it. Dr, Thom as' Kclectrlo OU Mouarcb over paln. 4 1 4