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THE REFORMERl BRATTLEBORO, VT., FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1893.
VOL. XVH. NO, 52, Farmers, Laborers, Teamsters, Can find no better shoe than the Bread Winner. It is strong, reliable, honest, nd manufactured expressly to give ALL OUT-DOOK WORK ERS the Beat service for the Len.t Money. Made for Men and Roys, from .oft, pliable stock; in two styles, seamless Balmoral and Congressf with and without tap sole. AMOS P. TAPLEY & CO.. B08TON. MASS. SILAS M. WAITS. (Continued from lit page.) We sond the marwlnit. French ltemt-ily CALTH08 fiw, uml n Iran! (.'iiamiiteothut Cai.tii.w will KTIH IMiwhanrro Knl.lin, t'l'KK Hn.-rmo.trrH,ca, VurlctMcle unci Itl-STOKU Lost liror. and pay if satisfied. Aii.irf.-i, VON MOHL CO., 8ol iia.rlesa Agpnte, t'in.lnnstl, Ohio, 38eowliw 4 -N'.E. BELL ODOMETER. Ariached to the axle of a enrriapre, records the distance, ami rinirs a tiny bel 1 at each mile ; neitt, ornamental, accurate, durable. Price Mailed $3.00. DAVIS, STEBBINS & CO. BOSTON. Agents. Send for Circular. CURE YOURSELF! Ask vonr Drnmrlst for a hnl llft of !' i tj- ti. The onltf tinn-nnisnnmj.1 rpmetlv for all the unnatural discharges and I privateinvusi.'s ol ruen auu id-; debilitating weakness peculiar to women. Jt cures m a lew days without the aid or i publicity of a doctor. I Tha r'tiituN-uit Jnm'Mn fTlirP.. Manufactured by i The Evans Chemical Co.' CINCINNATI, O. US.. What is the Use I of suffering, when 85 cents x will buy a bottle of r s PAIN-KILLINC ic OH. Mag I "It Works like a Charm" for Sore Throat, Cramps, Chol era Morbus, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, and Pains of all kinds. SOLD EVERYWHERE. ( Domestic Animals need BAR YELL'S CONDITION POWDERS EDUCATION AI. State Norml Sulion RANDOLPH, VT., Ofl'ers a four y Jars' course of study In two courses of two years eacb. Two terms jear of 20 weeks eacb. begin ning The Fourth Tuesday in August. The First Tuesday in February. Send for Circulars. Mn:EDWARD CONANT, Principal. Vermont Academy, Saitons Riyer, Vt. Eighteenth year opens Sept. 12, 1(93. College Preparatory and Academic School for I join eees. locatlon unsurpassed, equipment floe In build- Inc.. library, and apparatus. Uymvaslum, military dtlll, "Home" for toe sic.. Thirteen teachers. College entrance ou certificate. Address Ih. Principal, dn , CEO. A. WILLIAMS. Ph. D. IELAND AND GRAY SEMINARY, TOWNSHCND. VT. Pall Tern of twelve weeks begins Aug. 29. New Physical atd Chemical Apparatus. Student Sited for Teaching, Business, and tbe beat College. KKjienses rery low. For particulars, address, 47tf A. B. CALL. A. M., Prin. Tbe value and qua ity of tbe alloy to be used Id tbla coinage to be always governed and controlled In tbe same way as tbla committee ball order." The nronortlon should be btaed on tbe re! stive valuta of tbe metals In London and New York for tbe 12 montbs preceding July lot anv year. If necessary It eball be revised eacb year, and each yearly coinage eball be stamned si of the vear wben It commenced All sliver certlflcatesthat have been l$ued by the United States for deposits. or sliver cola or bullion previous to ibis act s isicing effect sball be redeemed with this new cole age of silver dollars of 420 grains eacb, and wben redeemed sball be totirea nom circula tion. For thia nurnoaa of redemption tbe pretent sliver bullion now owned by tbe ITnltrd Slates shall be coined Into t-llver do, l.r. as soon .. miv he. and uied for tbla re demotion of sliver certlilcates. Hereafter the ItnlleH Kl.lea treasury mav Issue certificate. railAcmalilA In atamlnrrl silver dollar! of 420 grains each, Id sums of $100 or anv multiple 01 510U to B 10,UUU. Tne present, surer uum see at anv time after one year from tbe lima tbla act takes effect shall be redeemed or ex nhinuj h. ihn mint, of the United Stale.. uih.tltiitlng therefor the coinage of Ibe 420 grain Issue, and wben this present coinage Is tbui In possession of tbe mint It shall not be strain mid out. but It sball be melted and re- coined Into dollars of 420 grains eacb of tbe nrnnnrtlnna sn( r-'fied for BUCb (loin In this BCt nwiiFra of sliver ibat Is produced and owned by eltlzcns of tbe United States may deliver m thn mint of the United States at Fbiiade: Dblatuch stiver for coinage; and wben Its nnrltv .nd value Is ascertained It sball be nald for In coinage of sliver dollars of tbe kind called stiver dollars ot 420 grains eacb at tbe rate per ounce that tbe proportion of stiver used In coining a dollar Is rated in p.-lce at Ibe time of tbe delivery of tbe silver to the mint, payment to De maae wiimn sixty days from date of delivery to tbe mint. As soon as a supply of tbla coinage of silver dol lars of 420 grains eacb can be furnished by tbe mints of tbe United States, all pajments to government officials, (.Ulcers and men of tbe army or navy, members of congress, em ployes of tbe govercment In any capacity, payments of pension claims or pensions In any form, for any and all materials purchas ed by or for any department of the United States government, for an) and all Internal Impmements and construction of public buildings may be paid In tbe coinage made by virtue of this act and shall be so paid as far as practicable ; csrtlflcates Issued for deposits of tbis coin and redeemable In coin may be considered tbe same as actual coin. This coinage shall be legal reterve for national banks unler tbe national banking art, and sball be a legal tender for all debts not speci fied by legislative enactment or by written contract to be payable only In gold coin. With tbls coinage of alive dollars of 420 grains eacb graduated to be tbe equivalent of gold currency, and to be coined and put Inta circulation, after the present accumulated stock of sliver bullion now In the vaults of tbe United States treasury is converted Into coin, only when tbe silver Is furnished by the producers or owners and me cost oi supply ing tbe proportional quantities needed to maintain tbe value of the dollar at 100 cents, Is alto at tbelr expense, It Is fair to assume that tbe supply ot circulating coin will not exceed the business requirements. While It the use and demand of silver coin Increases tbe rilver producer must be the gainer. Tbe silver coined and on deposit for which centti cates are out will not be released and added to the active circulation until the certificates are redeemed, and wben put In circulation must conform to tbe 420 grain standard. Therefore a 1 silver now In circulation, either In co'n or lu certificates, tecomesto tbe bold er of same value as tho new coinage. Tbe expense of tbls change Is borne by tbe United Stitef, as it should be, as It ooly redeems their implied promise that all coinage of tbe United States Is equally good. Ag to tbe ju-tlce of It Ur. Watte says: It will probably ba claimed that tbls com' pell'ng a sliver dollar to be maintained at tbe standard value oi tuu cents is a narasmp up on tbe silver producing portion of tbe United States. Wben it becomes tbe policy and duty of tbe United States govercment to place a fixed standard valuation upon a cer tain number of grains of sliver by authorita tively stamping that price upon i', it will be equally lawful and light for tbe government arbitrarily to fix a value upon a bushel of corn or wheat, a pound of cotton, or beef, or pork, or Iron, a bushel of coal, or any other commodity or article produced from tbe farm or otherwise obtained trom tbk soli or from miner. f Tbls Is a nation based upon a great prlnc'- pie: "No favoritism ; equal r'gbts for ell.'' Although tbe silver producer furnishes a good article from which to create the needed currency, be does nothing more than tbe pro ducer of corn, cotton, wheat, bogs, cattle, etc. etc. ;all of these commodities furnish the means to be used as money in keeping our Immense commercial transactions alive and prosperous; every one. If cot each one, Is the cause of bringing Into circulation annu ally moic money tban the yearly sliver prod uct of the country amounts to. Then wby ts It right to make silver a pet inraut to be pec stoned or draw a bounty f As to tbe present trouble and what Is needed for a remedy, be says : It Is not tbe large amount of gold that would be rt quired to transact tbe bu -loess of tbe country, provided tbat cold only was in circulation. It is "confidence" that tbe treas ury of tbe United States is not being dep eted of Its reserve to sustain a certain commodity at a fancy valuation by arbitrarily calling It money and thus putting It In place of tbls re serve. If tbe purchase of silver by tbe Unit ed States was to cease, and at tbe same time all of the silver which tbe producers could find It to their advantage to put Into a coin of a certain fixed value was made Into currency wolM not tbat be an Inducement strong enough to bring Into circulation all tbe sliver tbat the business of the country could use as money, and at tbe same time satisfy toe onan clal world, and establish ''confidence" in such an honest, conservative financial foundation!1 The purchase of a large quanlty of silver at fixed dates by the treasury and the use of It as a basts for circulation, based upon its val ue wben purchased, has Lot been a successful experiment In eetabl'ablng stability In tbe val ue of sliver. Tbe money centers ot toe world are firm In the belief tbat free coinage by any one nation, single banded, win not oe a sue cess in maintaining sliver at a valuation re quired to maintain confidence and as the problem has not been demonstrated by actual trial it seems too mzaruous to venture upon, while it seems very desirable and absolutely necessary to adopt sucb a quality of money for our standard as will give "cinfHence." It is a theory ot some thoughtful financiers tbat if a standard sliver dollar, composed or such nronortlon. as ha. been autreeeted In this- article, was to become our.Oxed standard tbat tbe sliver coinage of the world would have to conform to It or else tbs large amount of stiver used In tbe far eastern commerce would be superceded by United States dollars. For the rest of his argument, historical and prospective, be sy: When the paper currency of tbe United States was cat Into circulation to meet a ne cessity, while tbe life of the nation wan trem bling in ibe balance, us value as money was ss duosrsf While It is according to all custom and usage of tbe world tbat silver sball be money In a certain ratio to gold, and upon that notnt we have no one to antagonize us, there teemi to be one sensible course for this nation to adhere to. Make a silver dollar Ic corporatlng Into it such propot llonal values as absll be required always to be a ooiiar or standard money, and there can no difference be shown by tho most bigoted gold advocate to sbnke tbo "confidence" of tbe people using money and "bimetallism'' becomes au estab lished fact from amalgamation, not by com pulsion. While It Is quite certain tbat tbe use of sil ver would be increased In all countries as money and Its value wculd steadily advance In proportion, tbe United States Is strong enough to lead the business world Into a per manent financial system and largely benefit one of Its Important producing Industries, pro vided that tbat leading movement Is to strengthen all values, not deteriorate any thing; and la a short time a United htates sil ver dollar becomes tbe basis ot all circulating silver coles and cold is allowed to furnish all denominations of money larger than tbe dol lar ror international purposes, men metal performs its functions in tbe coinage of tbe world without any disparagement to the other. 't is TIS AN EXTINCT CITV. of LOCAL OPINION. School of Bboit hand and Trne-wrltln Fell Term open. 8cjH. lat. 181. Largest, bail equipped and moat .ucceMful of bust neat TrslalLg tfohool. Competent Student, aided te position. Eiegant Catalogue free. K. E. CBILDM, HprlBsneld, Maes. 4-U constantly fixed a date reucy woul tbe bolder. t!me pre vie tlon, a "grei same busln. UiiiteJ Stat the govern ri guaranteed It was n gold was tb tbat gave u Tbe growtd sobttintlal any nation. It terns I wl very serlon we venlurl finance ilki production tbe lonr rniee of lb attempt to having tbe Aad that Is the Troy Ussioes. College. Ovei I hundred .ta lents atu-nrtci but year. We hare the brct method, of book. keeping, moil asractlcsl system of .hortband tnt I. uiucht 1. Aasericw.lae beat type writrra, and gl.a prac tical In struct! o la telegraphy, lirad uatc. j. cere goo-l position, itiulnes. mea appnea with coapeieol help, for eclogue, address. -yl THOS. M. SHIELDS. ; ourtn St., Troy, N. T. For Fine or Business Stationery, CaU l Its RCrOBXIB JOB OJTICJC. ed and established cu.tom and whole commercial wortaf Tbe ur nly a fixed market for sliver by United States pure-hue large quan tities at certain dates and supply currency ior It. dees not accomplish any permanent finan cial prosperity, nor is there any proptct of it. heist ot aoy future value to tbe sliver pro ducer. If we cannot keep silver dp to any standard value by ostng about t-l 000,000 pi r year, what mu-t be tbe remit as to its value whea this government agrees ti convert .li ver Into a dollar of a certain fixed number of grafts ot silver, which I to be a i.t dollar for all purpose, wjtbla tbe United f titer Lore. IB. actual value I. there, as tbe core meret.l transaction, of the world claim It slould he, caa we maintain our silver tnd ard or .bail we plate our bu.loese currency upon Ihe seme pi see It was whea e used greecbeek. aarf did aot.baw boworwbea we would snske tbeaa equivalent to goWf Caa we afford to venture upon tbls dangerous gr.-jad te benefit any oac el ogle clatt of pro About tbe Financial Stringency President Dowlejr and K. O. Crosby Ten about the Sherman Law and tbe Tarltl Prospects. Interviews in thn Boston Sunday Globe. Perbane two ot representative business men as there are in Brattieboro are George S. Dowley, president of tbe Vermont Nu'.lonal bank, and Edward Crosby. As some croakers are beginning to (tana on tbe corners and predict dire disaster, It is nterestlug to bear what these gentlemen, who have unusual opportunities for studying tbe sit nation, say on tbe business outlook. Mr. Duwley is one of tbe most familiar figures seen on tbe streets of -Brattieboro and has a way of getting to tbe heart of a sub) ct In tbo most direct way. His figure Is just sufficiently pDrtly to show tbat bis digestion is In capital order, but be has an enormous capacity for work, and at times be shows so much energy tbat a looker-on would think tbat be was driven by tbe engine of tbe Wblte mountain express. H'e face Is strong bis cbln broad, a mustache ornaments bis upper lip, and closely-clipped side whiskers rundown an Inch or soon the sides of lis face. Id substance, this Is what Mr. Dowley said : "No one here In Brattieboro has felt the tight money market, hardly to tbe extent of a dollar. We have not bad a customer whose credit warranted loaning to him tbat is been refused a loan If b3 wauted to use money for bis legitimate business. We pro tect our local customers to the extent of tbelr legitimate credit. I understand that business is good wun tbe merchants, and It cerulsly looks so to me. Tbe same Is true of our manufacturers We have not beeu kltlog In tbls Bectlon. and none of our people have been caugbt with in vestments In some of tbe western companies tbat have been caused to suspend, and that will probably tike millions out ot tbe people in other places, and some of It. I sin sorry to ear, comes from northern Vermont. In tbls section we have Invested our money largely at borne, where we can look after it. "I bad occasion not so very long ego to Ic vestlgate one sf the western companies that has recently gone under. Tbe agent, whom I knew as a likable man, asked me to look up tbeir etnndlng wltb a view to investing. I did so, and was surprised at tbe wildcat methods. I told blm frankly tbat it was only a uutstlon of time before tbe smash would com? ; tbat I would not Invest a dollar, or Indirectly advise any one who Knew me to do so. Tbo smash came and 1 was not surpris ed. "It pays to keep cool. I can hardly con ceive of a more striking object lesson tban Denver has just received. The governor of Colorado, talked In an exceedingly foolish way, many of the people seemed te agree with him, and tbe result was that eastern hanks tbat would be disposed to assist the Denver banks In a panic or when they needed legitimate loans did not date to sena money to a community where even the governor talked ot wading deep in gore. "If congres will promptly wipe out me Sherman law It will do much to restore con fidecce, but It I. necessary In my judgement ibst the tarttt should also be determined before business men will feel tbat tbey can go ahead and map out a plan to do business on large scale with confidence. -vara mat is abwaa . we .ball go on to greater success. - Mr. Crosby was just home from a trip In wmcn ce bad seen many oi ine nrm s custo mer', roe arm aoes a large business in east ern New Yotk, Massachusetts, Connecticut Sew iiempanlre and Vermont, and be bad talked with scores of business men. In substance tbis is what be said: "Did vou ever see any one shiver and tremble at c host that could not te seen? Well, tbat i bat some good business men are doing They acknowledge tbat business is good, but tbey are afraid it may not continue so, and they tremble before anitbinz goes to them. lou can say as plainly as words cm ex press It tbat we are not doing any calamity sbrlekln;. Bly father bad 50 years experi ence In business, and be used to say that aoout once in seven lears tbe country would see a time wben business would be slow, and conservatism should be shown by wise busi ness men. "I thtnk tbls vear Is one of the seven. Men are only buying what tbey need. In my judgment tbey will pay promptly for what tbey buy. People so up In balloons but jus bout as often tbey have to come down to eartn again or tbe balloon bursts. "In certain sections there has been too mu spreading out, too much kiting, and so there comes trouble. 1 am sorry to say that that sort or thing is apt to drag down some gooc concerts. "If ongress would promptly repeal the soerraan silver bin, and we could rest as sured tbat tbe tariff would be adjusted with out injury to our manufacturers, confidence woutu come oacg speedily. "Trade is good among local merchants. No one here bas reit tbe tight money market to any extent, and In my judgment tbey will nou PillHrsof Sculptured Granite Burled In the o.iid. Thn- Annaar to slave former! ilia Knrxunoatw Ancient IJiilMlnsr. Built by Unknown Band.-The Sculpture Marvel lou.and Ualque A paity sf pnspector., consisting "Hank" i'ercuson. Theodore Prloe, Gus Atberton and John Cllne, left Yuma, Col three weeks ago In search of a mysterious mine In tbe Colorado desert. After leaving the Colorado River bottoms they stirted to wards tbe Coconis Mountains, on tbe Mexl can boundary, Tbey prospected for some time without suc cess, aud 11 inliv came Into a region where rocky bills gave good indications of golJ Io one spot, some distance from where tbe party camped, tbey found some peculiar crop plogs of granite. On examining tue outcrop. pings more closely they were amazed to dis cover signs of what appeared to be a great tone butldltw or series of buildings. Tbe granite outcronnlrL'i tbey bad seen from tbe camp proved to be pillars of quaint design and seemed to have been the entrance to some huge structure. , , Ferguson and his associates then began t closer Inspection ot their queer find, which from tbelr storv, seems likely to prove the most Important arctti: )!oglcal discovery In vears. Tbe walls of once great buildings had either been torn down, or perhaps shaken to the ground by those tremendous earthquakes tbat even io ton oav visit-1 ni neum legiuu. u ruins covered a space 430 feet long by 200 wide. Portions of tbe north, east and soutn walls were still standing. Tbe Dinars already mentioned were upon tbe north side, ar.d were curiously formed to represent rattlesnakes. Tbey weresligbtiy curved at tbe bottom and tbe tall ends made to resemble rattles. Upon their beads rested Immense sIhih of grange, weighing many tons. .. In all forty-sight pillars, gome fairly well preserved, were found. All were beau tlfully proportioned. At their tops, above heads, tbe frelz? ornamentation resembled Egyptian scu'ptureand exhibited much more skill Id Its workmanship tban Is possessed by Indians or tbe present day. Tbe Inclosure between the walls was filled with debris, ard no satisfactory examination of tbe Interior can be made. However, fragments of pottery were found near tbe surface, which, with a piece of tbe frieze or namentation, were carried away by prospec tors. No cement or similar material appeared to have been used In tie construction of the buildings, big slabs ef granite having appar ently been laid one directly upon the other. Oo tbe exposed purts of the walls the same class of ornamentation was found tbat ap peared upon tbe pillars. In one place, at tbe foot of the pillars, stone steps were found, excellently hewn out of granite. Mr. Ferguson and one of tbe party came at once to San Francisco. Tbe others returned to Yuma, whence another party has already started to see tbe ruins. Mr. Ferguson while here Interested two capitalists, who attempted to visit tbe ruins, but were deterred by a tremendous sand storm on the desett, in which two Indian runners, sent ahead to locate water boles nearly perished. Tbe beat was Intense, and ibe water giving out, tbe party was compell ed to return. Tbey will make another at tempt as soon as the weather moderates. The pottery and piece of sculptured rock exhibi ted by Mr. Ferguson have been examined by local scientists, who say they have never seen anything like tbem and pronounce tbem to be tue work of an unknown people. . v X I'll n Moo? Sucfj CONDEHSEl Makes an every-day convenience of ar old-time luxury. Pure and wholesome Prepared with scrupulous care. Hlghes award at all Pure Food Expositions. Eacl package makes two large pies. Avoid Imitations and insist on having tht NONE SUCH brand. MERRELL & SOULE, Syracuse, N. Y IIKltE AND HEREAFTER. THE HOT BLAST. Strong mtneii.1. Among the thousands ot testimonials of cures by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, Is tbat of Nathan Allisons, a well known citizen of uien koust, Pa., who for year bad shortness of breath, sleeplessness, pain In left side, shoulders, smothering spells, etc.: one bottle ot Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Pills, cured blm. Peter Jaquet, Sjlem, N. J , b another witness, who for twenty years suffered with Heart Disease, was pronounceu incurau e tiv nbv.ici.ns. death stared blm In tbe face, could not lie down for fear of (mothering to death. In mediately after using tbe New Cure he felt better and could He down and sleep all night, ana i- now a wen man. ine new cure la sold, also f ree book, by Geo. K. Greene. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE- Th. annual convention of the Universalis", nf v ermont ni ine Province ot Quebec will be aeirj si Nortnneia int. .t.te, August i si. Tbe o giDliiti.a include, .bout 70 oarlshe.. The enterUlnirent by toe North fled parish wl il be oa ine line nian a. we cooventloa Inaugurated at Woodstock. Mr. Van -Pelt, Editor of the Craig. Mb.. Meteor, went to a drug store at Hillsdale, lows, and asked tbe physician la attendance to give blm a dote ot .omethlng for cholera morbus and loosenesa of the bowel. He a: "I felt .o much better the next morn- g that 1 concluded to call on the nbvtclan and get blm to fx me un a .utn'vof the medicine. 1 wa. surprised wtea he h.nde-' mo a bottle of Chamberlatn'. Collr. Cholera aad Dlarrlcet Remedy. He said be prr- crimu u regular? in o s pracl'ce and found I, ma DCS! D eould get or DreDare. I e.n testily to li. effi -leacT In my case at all events, ror .ale by E. V. Thorn. drureUt. Brat leboro: also by N. M. Batcheltier. K. fane, Vt. adv. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. II I. reported th.t the How. Aral. Work. Rotl.nd will be OMrated Era d.r. per week for a white. The VermM Marble comma, ha. nMlB.vl II. mea thai wage. .1,1 I redooM li per rent oa AoguM 1st. 1 hecomnan. I. ibe largtsi sn.rrile cuaoera la tlx world anil em ploy, about 2 ... ' II rl K'stbs'l ha beea annotated Maiauicr at NoCnekloa. Rediscovery of What Is Alleged to Have jseeu a Lost Art. Tbe more that archeology learns of the dead and forgotten arts and sciences of ancient times, tbe more apparent becomes tbe troth of tbe proverb of tbe scrlrtures that tbere Is no new thing under tbe sun. Egyptian ex ploration bas shown that wonderful nation to have possessed powers and capabilities which argue the keowlsdge of many of tbe modern forcts of Industry. A Greek pbllos opher, agojJWore Bjrwln, suggested a the ory Iba ?d the aerm of tbe modern "Desctrvr?' aifRLw come i'rofeasof F. J. Bliss, of tbe American college at Beirut, Syria, who bas bad charge of the excavations wblcb tbe Palestine exploration fund of Lon don has recently been making at Te'-K'-Hesy, a remarkable mound In southern Palestine, with tbe announcement of the discovery ot an Iron blast furnace wblcb be believes, from Its construction, used hot Instead of cold air. The site where the discovery was made Is supposed to have been one of the strongholds guarding the rou'e down Into fcuypt. The re mains ox no less tnsn eight successive towns were found one above another, as happens oiten in eastern exploration. Tbe ruins dated from oOO B. C, to about 1,500 B. C. or tbe time of tbe Egyptian conquests to Palestine, and It is in one of tbe lowest of these tbat the furnace In quesilon was discovered amid in numerable belongings of tbat remote age After explaining its cars'.ructlon. which Is not greatly unlike that cf the modern hot-air blast furnace In principle, Mr. miss adds : if my theory be correct, we find 1.400 vears Deiore Ubrist me ue or ibe hot air blast in stead of cold air, wblcb is called a modern Improvement In Iron manufacture, due t Netlson, and patented In 1328. If Mr. Bliss's suppositions be established, ss ts not Improbable, tt will be another most remarkable rediscovery of one of tbe lost arts about some ot which Wendell Phillips was wont to discourse so elcquently In bis day. I f rom the Cleveland Leader. Mr. Rudyard Fipllog in nouis, Die American From tbe Harper's Bazar. The hou.e built by lludyard Kipling for h'mself In tbe midst of tbe hills near Brattie boro, Vt., is charmlrgly situated and com mands a suoerh view of meadow, mountain and woodland, tnclu ling a prospect ot Mt. Mooadock and other New Hampshire peaks, The bouse itself I a long frame structured wo stories and a half in height above tbe Irregu larly laid foundatlen of stone, and Is painted In wood greens and browns tbat harmoolze pleasantly with the hillside at lis back. In spite of posters, Mr. K p'lng has bad difficulty In keeping too-curious visitors off of bis land and out of tbe house Itself. Near tbe new dwelling Is tbe homestead of the biles tier " Into whose family Mr- Kipling married, and whbln eas? walkirg distance is tne liny cot tage where Mr. and Mr'. Kipling have spent tbe winter and are still bidding the coropie tlon of tbelr larger home. J. Lock wood Kil ling, tbe novelist's fa'ber, who Is now stay log with tbem, hs been for 28 tears in the civil rervlcs in InJIs. Ills son apparently takes ktrdly to American rural life, and may be met tramp ng about the wooded roads, gun In band. In heavy boots, shooting suit, and huge gray felt hat wreathed with a white nuirree a nleture.oua figure who mlcht have stepped out oi a tvooa oi suotropiCii aaven-ture. Tbe way to revelation Is all through Matthew and Mark and Luke and John. When you've done all tbat, then you'll come to tbe Jasper walls and tbe gates of pearl. A. D. 1. Whitney. That fh what we tare put In the world for to help one another. You can pass on Ibe kindness by serving my good friend. who, in return win do their best icr you. Lou isa M. Alcott. Only tbey whose faces shine with tbe glorv of some Inspiration which lifts tbem out of themselves sball ever do abiding w ork In the earnest world, and themselves shine la the memory or those wbo come alter, "to press toward tbe mark of the blgo calling" Is the set-ret ot all true success. lie v. II. W, Foots, In "The Insight of Faith." As tbe fnwer Is gnawed uy frost, so every b'lruan heart is gnawed by laitbiersness. And as surely, as Irrevocably, as the frui:-bu1 falls before the east wind, so falls tbe power of tbe kindest human heart If you meet It with po:eon. itusKin. Do not separate yourselves from your fel low creatures. Do not suffer yourselves to be hedged In and fenced round from tbem by the riches of tbls world, but communicate tbem to others, and pray for tbe blessings of God upon tbo right use of tbem, that they may turn to Incorruptible riches and right eousness; that these perishing riches and ibis evil mammon may not seduce you from the right way to the everlasting mansion. I Rev. Hubert Hall. We need to apprehend the beauty of giv ing. It Is the highest uf tbe fine Arts. We ought to be enamored of It as of tbe mrst iMtbctlc production of the artist, tbe sculptor, tbe architect, tbe rouski'n. Tl.en giving will not need to be urged; there will bi rather nee I of restraining the people from bringing, as MORes did. The man or woman wbo learns to give In tbe right spirit forgets all about tbe duty In the privilege, and tbe absence of life's rces9itles would bring no sucn dls-trous as to be cut off from this luxury. A. T. Plerson, D. D. Whoever considers the poor shall be re membered by the Lord; and as be bad com passion on others in tbe t'me of distress, so be will deliver him in tbe time oi trouble." It we consider not tbe poor, we are not only unkind to our fel'ow-sreatures, but ungrate ful to God ; through whose tender mercies it J is tbat we can see tbe blind, bear the deaf, talk to tho dumb, walk to tbe lame, and visit the sick. Should you be so poor that you cannot give to tbe poor, you will be blcs-ed If you do but consider tbe poor; and when you cannot give a pennv, you may lend a band. Whatever you give to, or do for, the poor the Lord takes It as done to himself; and will as suredly yay you again. William Jackson. D. D. Yon may write your names on tablets more lasting tban marble, en the grateful memory of human hearts, which sball bless you through eternity for tbe consolation yoa brought them, wben, In tbelr despair, tbey were ready to curse God and die; for tbe timely help wblcb taved tbem not only from (uttering but from sin. it is "bard for a rich man to enter into tbe Kingdom of neiven but It is easy for blm to cbthe ihe naked, to feed tbe hungry, to provide Instruction for tbe Iguorant, to send tbe gospel to the homes and bearts of men- And by doing tbls be wl become s fe frWm dangers which riches bring with them, for, "Blessed is tbat considereth tbe poor;" bie "secret' 'alms shall be re warded openly, bis "righteousness endureth forever. It. W. Dale, D. D. If every Christian who trims his lamo and keeps tbe oil of grace up to Its lull supply Is such a blessed benefactor to others, what a terrible thing It Is for a Christian to let bis light burn low or go out entireit ! A travel er wbo once visited a lighthouse In the Brit ish chancel said to tbe keeper: "But what If one of your lights should go out at night!1' "Never," said tbe keeper, "never Imposs!- Die : sir, yonder ere ships sailing to all parts ot ibe world. If tooigbt my burner wete out in a few days I mUbt bear from r ranee or Spain, or from Scotland or America, that on sucb a night the lighthouse In tbe Channel gave no warning, and some ehlp rad been wrecked. An, sir, i somotimes feel, woen i look at my lights, as If the eyes of the wbole world were nxea on roe. uo out I burn dim!-never, sir never I'' Theodore L. Cuy.'er, V. D. Special cMid-Summcr gale, July 28. Bottom knocked out on Wash Jtress Goods. Mere is a lot of 12 l-2c and 10c Canton Cloths, of desirable designs, to go during this sale at 6 1.4 CENTS A YARD. Examine the lot of G2 inch Mnen L,awn Damasks offered during this sale at , 39 CENTS A YARD. Best 50c Renfrew Table Dam- ctafw m i.urKey uea nv cents a yard for a short time excellent assortment of patterns. 1'arasols are all marked down now. Lot of 500 yard spools of Will tmantic three cord Thread at 3c a spool. These are damaaed and occasionally a snool is spotted on outside, but practical ly, are all right. J ust received our third bin lot of "Seconds," in Canfield Dress Shields, two pairs for 25c: have all sizes. While these are called Seconds,' we have never found a serious imperfection in any of the previous lots sold. I now offer at 25 CENTS A YARD, A lot of 37 1-2 and 50c Worsted Dress Goods. SBiLSOM OP 1B0Q. 16,794. At Vernon till May I. At Valley Fair Grounds, Brattle boro, for the rest of the season. PEAHonr Is an Inbred Hambletonlan of tbe yiimi-s, (nra or onst:si performer ii, a 5rand.on of the aire of the dam. of Maud I ay-Kye-See, and tracing direct on his i side In Iwo lines to Kremlin, 2.07 4. When I was a young man,'' said Jonathan Gray. "It a fellow took physic he knew It, you DCt. It would eramp blm all up In a colllcky way. And, goo 1 Lord, what a twisting bis insldes would get! But the pills In use now-iays by sensible folks Are as easy to take and as o'easantasjoses." Uf course, tne Kind referred to uy Mr. uray was ve. I'lercee Pleasant reiiets, tne very best Liver Plil ever made mild, but sure and flectlve. Tbe only pills, sold by druggists. absolutely on trial! Satisfaction guaranteed, or your money Is returned. Ara Tow ejolng to travc f If ss too nut be rerv e.refal ol your health, or your rioeiot. bill, will com yoa OMre ihsa .osr travpUnr riprswi. Ahott'eof Salnbar Miser, will r-raiera yom flow an trk- e lacMcBt la a change at cuouu.! aUc.l.g IllCf r. ut. Aa Honor For Randolph. (From tbe Boston Herald.) One of the chief distinction! of the pleaiant town of Randolph, which has lust celebrated Its ceote nnlsl. h. eeaoed mention. It lie. la Ihe f.ettbat Mi.. Mary E. Wllictns, one of the foremost of Amrican authors, has her home there. Itandolph I. supposed to be the fen. of Mf. Wilkin's first novel, "Jai.e Field," or rather in town where tbe greater part of tbe action of tbtf powerful eiorv of Nw England life lake, place. Although Mis. Wllklna I. too a oca of aa artist to give an extct description. It t halural tbat .be should take a place with which she I. familiar to upply thegroundwork for her modern New England town, and certain features of Ric rto'ph may be rrcognlxvl la ber work. L'ke Ihe town of her story, Ktndolpb. for Instance I. but a short distance out of Boston, and I. near enough to tbe wa to feel lbs lt fljence ol the summer ea.t wtt,ds. Catarrh la Now England. Ely's Cress. Balm aire. ntlMetloa tneverv on. a.lnc H lor ralarth.l trontiles. (ti. K. Mrllor, Dror.lsl Worreier. Maa.. I twlteta Llt'.Cia.oi Ualns I. the h?t aitlc'e for estarrh ever etTdrod tho public i Burt A Co , Ira-1U. "!, &t sir. A. arU - ol real merit ( A F. A Mea, Drag girt, Sprtaciel I. Maa. Thoae wa. as. It apeak hl.hly otlv fOoo. A. HI it, Uratal 4. p lagGaid. kut. Oram tUlia ha. gi.ca aail.fart-ir results. W. I. Ihapcr, Dref glet, RptUjIjiJ, Eggs for batching can be kept for a month or even longer by packing In a box ot bran or oats wben there Is no danger of freezing or of getting too warm. Be sure they were not frozen when they were packed away and be careful Io turn tbe box uuslde down every day. By tbls plan eggs from a few extra ben may be saved add a supply for hitching secured tbat will Insure an Improved lot-of stock for tbls year's batch. Coughing Leads to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam stops tbe cough atone. A Mother s Duty. i " Watch your daughter's physical development. " Nature has provided a time for purification, and if the channels are obstructed, the entire system is poisoned, and misery comes. "Irregularities from any cause, at any age, are sure f indications o t organic trouble. "With irreg ularities come disturbances ef the stomach and kidneys, vi olent head' aches, shooting pains, extreme lassitude, and irritability. Remove the trouble at once, or a whole life will be sacrificed. " Lydia E. Pinkham s I ci table Compound will accom plish the work speedily. It is the most cttcctive rem edy for irregular or suspended action known to the world." Mrs. Cias. Hincs, Box 212, Dunrattnoti, Pa. All li.tlrta asfl It. Allms in cnnfi-lenre. Lvpi. K. IIr.wsw Mso. Cv. I.ttsw, Mas. Mr, ttaklimm s Liver PiUr. SS treat. AT 39 CENTS A YARD, Dress lengths and remnants of 58, 62 1-2 and GSc Worsted Dress Goods. AT 50 CENTS A YARD, Some Dress lengths and rem nants Remnants" often means enough for a skirt or child's dress of 75c, 85c. 95c and $1.00 goods. AT 75 CENTS A YARD, Many choice novelties which have been $1.10, $1.25, $135 and even $1.50 a yard. Short lengths fancy Trimming Silks andGulmps and other fancy Dress Trimmings at cut prices. boat strain., a grandson of the great Ucor wnaea, (aire of 68 2:3) performers, a .reit 8. and uam's rKABODl S .Ire wa. IWIhnlnman Will.. 7054, by Ueorge Wilkes, by Hambletonlan 10. Bartholomew Wllke I the .Ire of Monroe Wllke., record 2:17, and tbongh a young horae has aeven In the 2 Hat. His dam was Pearl, by Grenadier, hv Prin. ceps, (the sire of 1x with record better than :(), by Woodford Mambrlno,2.-21 1 2,Cwhoha. IS Io the lljt and wa the sire of tbe dam of Kremlin 2:073-4). Mn I a bav. now stfonrmnnM iimiii.. 16 14 hand high, weighing 1175 lb with great muscular development, the best of bone and feet, straight, eound, hind lesa, kind lu disposi tion, and boat of all, level-headed. $9-TERMS: $25 to Insure. For further particular., write J. H. MORGAN, Vernon, Vt. or, O. C. WINCHESTER, Brattieboro. Vt. 86W17 mm mm SALE Q J3 ILLINERY. Mrs. W. H. PHILLIPS, SS Main St. W. H. HAIGH, Custom Tailor, XSlllot Street. LATEST STYLES IN Balance of our slock of 15c On dine Cloths; 15c Seersuckers; 12 1-2, 15 and 16c Ginghams; 12 l-2c Outing Cloths; 15c Satin Glorias and other 12 1- to 17c Cotton Wash Dress Goods, ALL 10 CENTS A YARD. 25c French Satlnes and 20c FINE BLACKS AND BLUES FOR Suits, Coats and Vests. Dark Medium and Light Colors for Overcoats, Business, AND Summer Suits, And Trowsers. and 25c Scotch Ginghams, ALL 15 CENTS A YARD. 6 1-4 and 7 l-2c Cheilites, all our best prints, 5 CENTS A YARD. (floats and (fiapes One counter full at $3.00, con taining many garments which have been $5.00 to $10.00. Another counter full, choice for $5.00, which will contain many very desirable garments, which would be valued at $10 to $15. Lot 3, choice for $7.50, and in both this and the $5 lot will be some heavier weight garments, suitable for Fall and early Win terwear. ' . 20 Dozen more of the 20x44 Cotton Bamsley Towel 121-Sc, same as last lot. Job in Night Gowns at 9Sc46 tucks colored edged rvfltes. White Skirts at $1.10, 1.25, 1.50 and 2.50 Just in. Underwear, Hosiery and Glores at attractive prices. During this Speciat Sale I shall shade the price of Cotton Cloths a fraction. 1 wish to remind customers that many prices given adore only temporary. at are HACKLEY& MO RAN. FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS, Vic t. n's Block. South Main Street We carry a complete stock of undertaker's supplies. Arterial embalming . specialty. -reicpnone nans promotiy atienaea to- Night bell S3 Main street. Telephone call, 183. SStf Savings Banks Are undoubtedly the most conser vative investors in the State. In 1879 the had Invested $1,278. 390 In Western Loans. This has been Increased until now thev have In Western loans f9.007.792. while on Vermont real estate thev have loaned only S8.O42.370. The strong condition of the Savings Banks Is not only a matter of State pride but shows the safety of Western loans as an investment. A choice line of LOANS, DEBENTURES, SCHOOL BONDS, and COMMERCIAL PAPER Is to be found at the office of the , Vermont Loan & Trost Co., Brattieboro. Vt. FISH NOTICE. The New England Trout and Salmon Clnb save aeveral hundred thousand Brook Trout spy, strong and healthy, and ready for distribu tion. They will Mil a reaaonabla amount If applied for won. Will also Mil a rew tnoueand Loch Lemond rrout. aa well ar a tow thousand Lake Trout I year. old. Wa have a bandied thousand Brook Trout 8 to 13 Inches long, leady to put In our owa waters, which caa be Men at ear hatchery la Brattieboro, although tbey are aot for sale. 6tt K. 8. BOWEN. A. E. THUIiBER, BAKER, BkfTalT St. Brttleloro Every variety of Bread and Pastry eon itantly on hand. CRACKERS FRESH DAILY. Cake of all kind., plain, ornamented, frufl. (onge, jelly, angel, Ac, COOKIES AND CONFECTIONERY. Baked bean, and brown bread delivered early Sunday morning. A. E.THURBER. MAIN ST. HATTLEBORO.