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3.00 IF HOT PAID IN ADVANCE 57 "oxY CWK. if v mm I ii ii "Iiet all the oads thou almost at be thy Country' thy Ood'i, and Troth's." FIVH CENTS PKB COFE. VOLUME XVIII, BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT, FRIDAY. AUGUST 18. 1893. NUMBER 3. our V TO BSMT. Advertisements under tbls head two cents a word first Insertion, ana one cent a wora in each subseaueotlssuo. TO KENT Good card-board signs, "To Rent." can be obtained at Ekfobmkk Ofllce, cheap. 8-tf TO KENT. Furnished room. Green street. TENEMENT to rent. Main St. Inquire at 2 Inquire at 26 South fTlO KENT. If you have anything to rent, a; X advertisement in tne uisroKMtn wni mm out a customer. stf mo RENT Tenements la mr new house, X. Central street. 8. T. Davknpobt, Bratiii boro, Vt. M" PORT O KENT. Small tenement In my dwelling Mtf 1 house In Wett Brattleboro. 8. T. Daven TENEMENT to rent. Street. P. Cobb, 14 Pearl ten THE PROFESSIONS toir Holton. an Experienced Nurse, niiBiu 1-W13 - mm a. .kic. jXL No. 18 Green St. Refers, by permission, TJIXPEKIENOED Male Nurse. R. H. til Cowles. stopping at G- H. Goddard's, 87 Elliot St. owm T-itt KrrRlfITM A GRAY XJ block. Night calls at Brooks House, Brattleboro, Vt. Office, Crosby HOUBi 42yl GEO. H. GOBHAM, M. ., Whitney Block, Main St., Brattleboro. Pctfce limited to the diseases of the Eye, Ear. Throat and Nose. Office hours, 9 30-12; 1 p. m.,-4, Tiiporinvn and Fridays only. Remainder week at Bollows FallB. 18tf B AN.IO TEACHER.-MISS Cox, 36 Green Street. 2ttf D RS. WEBSTER FBn. i Street. Brattleboro. umce noure, i to o m., to 2, and 6 to 7 :80 . m. XJ Telephone at House. Office, Bay's Stable- Residence, 10 Main St. Veterinary Surgeon. lataon 80wtf ES. BO WEN, M. D., Homceopatnlc Phy slclan and 8urgeon. Office aid resi dence, Leonard's Block, Brattleboro, Vt. Office hours until 8 a. m 12 till 2 and 6 till 8 1 . m. 10H BARBER. Dentist, Pratt'" 31ock(. 118 Elliot St.. Brattleboro. Vt. Office, 12wly HD. HOLTON, M. D., Pl"7slplan and Surgeon, Brattleboro. V Office and residence, corner Main and W$ "it Streets Home from 1 to 2 and from 6 to 7 o'clock p. m WATERMAN. MARTIN HITT, Attor neys at Law, Bank Block. Brottlebero, Vt FOR BALE Advertisements under this head two cents a word first insertion, and one cent a word In each suDsequent Issue. TnOR SALE. Advertising spnce that will Ij help vour business. Enquire at the HE FORMER Ofliue. 8-tf l LORIA WATER." The best complexion IT linmitlBnr known. Harm ess. Effectual, Hattie L. Lobd. Agent. Brattleboro, Vt. Box 807. "OOR SALE. If you have anything to sell, AJ advertise IC in tne kkfohmek, anu ioo ont for returns. FOR SALE. At a great bargain, to close an estate, a Soda Apparatus, with two founts. r -oil am .nnnlpA nt fUlllUnV V. Gbeene, Druggist, uraiueuoro, vt. t- , wTT.r.Ann. Mint Roofer, and F . Dealer In Roofing Slave. 69 8. Main St., Brattleboro, Vt. juwiy FOR BALK. A second-hand Furnace, In a-ood condition, large enough to heat a large house, a factory or a store. It Is going at a bargain, and If you want one you had better apply early. johmuai.vib. . " f ETTER HEADS. Everybody In business mi or who nas muon oorrespunucin, have them. They are printed at tne kbfobmm Office promptly and at prices no other office can FOR SALE. Old Papers, at Ekfobmeb Office 40 cents per 100 wwu I- OST. Between BraUkboro ana juaxeview, J Chesterfield, a purse containing a sum 0' money. The nnaer win oe suiiaoiy rewnn, by leaving It at the Telephone office. : - 8-wl MONET AND BUSINESS. "1TJDWORTH St CHILD8, General Insur ance and RealEstate Agents, 10 Crosby block, Brattleboro. TRADES. itr a. MflRSK. House and Slsrn Faint. VV m lng. Hard and Soft Wood Finishing, Paper Hanging work guaranteed, 35tf and Decorating. Flrst-claes Shop, Harmony Block, LUENTON BROS., Main Street, Practical ri TTA... Ql.nn.n aloft iFOnAf0 1 4kkV.AVa . flftUU. 'action guaranteed In ail cases, as In the paat. JOHN GALVIN, Stoves and Tinware. Main Street. Exchange Block. 28 BLACKSMITH INO in all its branches Horseshoeing a specialty. 1MTW Corner Canal and South Main street. Hyl WANTED, Advertisements under this head two cents a word first Insertion, and coo cent a word In each suhsequentlssue. 1TTA NTEb .Well, whatever vou want, V V good way Is to call for It through this oolumn. Stf VYTANTED Reliable married man. work on VV farm by the year. F. G. CAMPnKi.t Westminster, Vt. S tf TTTAHTED. Bright young lady to attend a THE MORRELL COLUMN. 1. WE are very bny now. telling to the In "the regions beyond" the good news of the freedom from ins unnx numi iiiih to are able to ouor to iiiofo irjumi iu mc . .. made clialn. We are received With grallttde by tho ncoplo In other towns, and thoy are allroady to '-uut tholr alioul ler to the wheel" and help us financially a well as with kinuiy worus... . ("NE of our patients who recently "iraJii I Bted." snva that he feeltdlffarentl from thi wav he felt when he left the Keeleyf Cure. I' . i.i. . .. n litis FROM WASHINGTON. THE PUOSPEOT8 ON THE QUESTION. SILVER Full and Candid Review Statesmanlike Speech by Honr-Dlspos Itlon to Fool and rlay Politics by both Democrat and He publicans Carlisle's Influence for Good Speeches by Raynor, Blai d, Vest, Bryant and Others Schemes of Hill. Voorhees and Others. , , ' The great silver fight Is on. A vote Is to be taken la the house a week from Monday W l.nlnnui fnWoaa and nil fnp hr lllttlnn ln WUJ ' . T;i fioi l"1""" " OOUSB B WrCK irOIIl fllOnUaV mkb Office, 8-wl TIANOS and Organs tuned, and all kinds of .X. repairing uooe in me nesi poasiuie uisd ner. u. a. fakhbr, es rrosi ft. x-ws Ini. tin, nnv himself, and show what was In blm over anu though "IT7"ANTED. Your orders for Job printing; Tf reasonable prices, ana prompt won. Befobheb Office. 8-tf The following well known and - - RELIABLE FIRM 8 will send upon application, CATALOGUES and nrlce list, and slve information In regard to their goods. When a price Is charged It is men tioned below. fjkf J w suffer with CATARRH, Deafness, II sn Noises in tne rieau, unensive Breath, etc. making life miserable. NO HELP. NO PAY. Write to Wardwcll Catarrh Cure Co., Lewlston, Me. diiwsuw STOVES, BANGES AMD FDRNAOKS. ROYAL HEATERS Hot Water, Steam or Hot Air, for dwellings, o dices, green- nouses, puoiic buildings, aeuu ror catalogue. 11 art x urouee, uuca, . i . aa-wsvw . h... result in tne nouse was Drought about Friday ,nd over again the expression. '.) largely tbrough the lillueuce of Seerelary Iwasmade a'l over new.'' . Carllsle-and the reasonableness of Bland and f the silver leaders, who said they bad no dls- NE of the fairest things we ever saw, was a position to filibuster If they could bave fair debate. 80 It was agreed that 14 days should be given to discussion. Instead of seven as the anti-sliver men wanted, and the vote taken on tne 20th. first on amendments by the silver men, providing for the free coinage i V little pig. It was white, clean, and with Its little pinkish nose, looked (.ood enough to take In one s arms yuu wuuiu ku uu "snutrule It up." We saw that pig a year ana a day afterward. It bad filled Its belly with a mass of sour swill and as It lay In the mud and BRATTLEBORO SOCIETY. tea filth of the pen, we bad no desire to "inuggle up" of stiver at different ratlas, varying from one 10 iu to oue to zv, ana providing ior a reno ration of the Bland act of 1878, and then tf these are voted down, as everybody expects to it. It wan a great nany hogr, 'K don't know just when that pig kauanie a Tin VV nor. We know it was a pig at first. All hogs are pigs first. Yon know that, nut where Is the dividing line? The natural course of nature took place. The pntty pig became a dirty hop- Did vou ever atucly i-araiiciism in Nature?" they will be.on the btll.introduced by Wilson of West Virginia, for the unconditional repeal of the Sherman act. Mr Wilson was made the leader ot the reDeal side Instead of it exists everywhere. I Cocbrau of N. J., as It was regarded as bet- I ter nnllnv tn have ft aniilhArn mn frnm a WOULD veu like a enraiioi in tnis esse 8ectIon wljere tne gllver sentfmeot has been .""IKn.66 Cn8, in. nalleusm is ner rather than one who would be ac- the pretty 11 lie pl. and u,. Parallelism 1 Is per. 0f reoresenttne Wall street. The Sen- aie's puiiuy seeuis iu un une ui unit anu tie lay, It Is threstling over resolutions fixing a tent Mien In Ihp m'nk notti. Oh no I He don't wallow in tns mire. He can control himself. But did you ever see a dirty, COOL BREEZES FROM CRICGS Sl PERRY. wlfe-neglecilng. horse-beating, peace -disturbing day for a veto, and probably will do nothing drunkard that was not first "moderate tilt the bouse bill reaches It. The coterie of TO. 1(81. One of the best stock farms tn ,i Windham county. 210 acres nice land. rich soli, bill farm, will keep 4 head of cattle and team, lane fine sugar orchard. 1 1-i story house, elder mill, sugar house, cairlage house, hen house, and cattle barn, all In good repair All but barn have slaio roofs. About 1C0 acr s hard wood and timber land. This place Is near good neighbors, wmuos ruRBv. KO. 584. Nice little farm ot S acres, rich soil, plenty of fruit, good hoiife painted and blinded, 4-llght windows, small barn, nice water, near school, and neighbors. Pilce, (500. Urigos fERRV. UTO. B87. the Connecticut JOHN DCNXEVY, Custom Tailor, Hooker Block, up one flight. Cleansing, Repairing ind Pressing done at short notice. nwiy Dentist. Hooker Block opp. Brooks Heuse. Brattleboro Vt. TIB. A. KNAPP A I. MILLER, t. D., Physician and Surgeon, Hooker Block. Brattleboro Vt. umce noura oeiore . 1 to 1, b. - DR. F. O. PETTEE, Den Ust, 48 Main St. over TrlnD's store. w48tf -r- p. wniTSE. M. n phwaldan X . Surgeon, WUJlamsvllle, Vt. Office hours, 6 to 7 a. m., 11 to 1 p, pnone connection. m and 6 to 7 p. m. Tele- tf TAMES OONLAND, M. D.. Physician and fj Surgeon, Brattleboro, Vt. Offloe la Crosby Block, onooalte Telephone Exchange. No. f8 Walnut fit. Offloe hours from 8 to 9 a. m., 1 M to s p. m. ' MERCANTILE. This Is one of the best farms In Vul.ev. 125 acres, 40 acres tillage, river land, flue tobacco land, keeps over 20 bead of cattle and team, plenty or wood land, two-storv house witn u. nice new nam with cellar, ello, sheds, Ac , never-falling water at house and barn. 12 mile irom r. u. anu depot. Price; (5,000, or will trade for a small Ilirjl. URIOQ8 t rEKRV. I "VTO. 688 . 85 acre farm, rich soil, lots of Ll.1 wood, fine sugar orchard, keeps 9 cows i drinker?". ITT HERE Is the dividing line? When does VV the moderato drinker become a drunk. aniv A limit the same lime a pig becomes a nog The moderate drinker enters the "Prlmsrv class," pusses frojn that to the "intermediate," anl finally reaches the "Graduating class," and graduates Into a drunkard's grave. The result Is Inevitable. Of course, sometimes the victim's constitution gives way, ana no goes to ms grate from the "Intermediate" grade; but to follow onr Illustration, somet'nies the pis mens his death as "a roaster," before he readies the flirt tunc unit maul loathsome state of his existence. vvnen you eip tnai wine, wiieu juu kuk1 mat hp.pr. lust think of a little pretty pink and white, cleanly pig, and tt en turn your mind to the great nasty nog, ana say, inai a wun i am io we. A moderate drinker now: a drunkard a title later, If you can stop, why don't you r lion't want to.' No, wo know you uon't. it won't be long before vou will find that tou can't tuop to save your vou life. "Lo, I have told you.". fTTE hope that all Interest d In temperance I Will neip US oy pleading wuu me unuK AF. WILDER, Manufacturer of Book . Cases. Desks. t Plcturo Frames. Also a dne line of Pictures. Flat St. Evenings, 7 to 8. bulldlnirs. tunnlnc water to house snd barn. 82.000, one-half can lay on mortgage, uriogb s rKisv, and team, good A T. COX CO., Stoves and Tinware, t Mala fit., opp. American House. - "VTO. S89. Over 1(0 acres, 85 acres of It wood, slain street Brattleboro, IJJUUHFWS S Wa. VMMHH HUM wmm. I UUUWB Hll (MID. VT1II OVII 1UT f 1,11 MJ dealers In Coals of all kinds, Offloe No. St half the price of three years ago, and Industrial I ITrnWlVS SMmtlnnal W Unlra, Ryther's Block, Main St. Opoa from 8 a. m. till 80 p.m. 17wly D N. CHAMBERLAIN, Hats, Furs, Hen's Um rnrnlshlBgs. Agency lor Dnmap's uau Brooks House Slock. 82 Main St. Stf fLAPr JONES, BoolM, HtaUosMgy , Fan. ey (Mods. Plotures and rraminc. mi War is at Last Declared. MARKET. YOU CAN BUY 25 lbs. nice Corn Beef for $1.00 And other Meats at Low Prices. We pay Cash fot Beef Hides, Calf Skins and 8heep Pelts. Sale and Livery. Have got a big line of Carriages, Surreys, Concord Wagons, etc. Am selling Hie celebrated B. A. Moyer work. Have got some second-hand Concords and Top Buggies, very cheap. Have got bargains In ail kinds of Harnesses. Can Bell you a Driving Harness from (0.00 to (40.00. I bave the best Team Harness in the world for the money. Can sell you a good Farm Harness, with collar, for $16 00. If you want Blankets, summer uusters. wmps, nrn3nes,or iny oi tne paraphenalla that goes with the horse, give me a can. Don't forget that I am running a First-Class Livery Stable, And can give yon a Turnout that Is second to none In Brattleboro. Have just put In three new Surreys, a Trap, a Three seater, and a lot ot New Tops. Everything new and first-class, as heretofore. I keep as good a tot of Horses as can be round anywhere. uive me a can. bveryihlng warranted as represented, or money refunded. J. H. CHAMBERLAIN. 43Connected by Telephone. 8tblet, rear of Brooks House, formerly H. M. Burke's. 46tf HOTEL WINDHAM. 50 TO 06 RUSH ST., Oneicellel Location for World's Fair Visitors IIotel Wihdham Is situated within three mlnntes' walk of the Mieh'pan and almoin On trot Ikpot. Trains leave these stations for the Warld'i fair every two minutes. Also three minutes' walk for all cable and steamboat lines running te the World' t 'mr. It within five minutes' walk of tba City iaU and all places of amwement. Parties can seenre accommodations for any date or length f time, by writing, giving day of arrival, number in the party, and now long tne Intended stay. Correspondence Is SOllCl'.C'l. All required information win ne freely given 84w26 J. W. WORKS, Proprietor. OF- Corned Beef, -FOR- $LOO ! A. G. BARNES. Do you work hard for a living? Do fen value your money f Are you awake and up to tbe timet Do you read the papers? Know then, tbat the genuine Bankrupt sale of fine and medium clothing Is open at VINTON CLOCK, South Main Street, opposite Brattleboro House, Brattleboro, where clothing ta golog at next to nothing. This Is no fake, but a bonafide bankrupt sale You undoubtedly bave beard of tbe firm tf Schwartz, Smith & Co., New York, clothing manufacturers. They have failed, and hav lng purchased their stock at a rldlcuously low figure, we are going to give tbe citizens of Brattleboro and vicinity the benefit of our purchase. Such a sale never has and probably never will occur tn this city again. We sit- cerely solicit your Inspection, we invite a call from every reader of tbls paper whether you wish to purchase or not, at any rate don't buy a dollar's worth of clothing unless you can save money. Down, Down, Down with Prices. Competition with us Is out of tbe question ; our prices will make friends of you. Our goods will recommend your neighbors to buy of us. Remember tbat we pay car fare with in a radius of fifteen miles to out of town purchasers. Come and exarrlne our geods and prices Is all we ask of yon. Why spend nearly all your Income In order to be wel1 dressed ? We quote a few prices Men's pants from C9c up : Boys' Pants from 43c up. Children's Pants from 17e up. Men's Suits from 83.75 up. Youths' Suits from 2.50 up. Children's Suits from 962 up. Other goods In proportion. Our goods are strictly first-class in every particular, and made especially for this season's styles. Had it not been for the tightness of money mat tera In commercial circles and tbe panlcy feeling which caused the downfall of the above reliable firm you woul J, without doubt, bave to pay three times as much for tbe same goods. In winter goof's we have tbe most thoroughbred bargains that your wildest dreams never Imagined. You want to see them before jumping at coccluttont. A word to tbe wise, etc. I We also have a very fine ratlety of acres Ullage cuts 20 tons hay. beldes otner crops, une or tne nest sugar orcnaras in town. Bulldlnis all cood. Bunalnsr water to house and barn. Will sell for (1,180, about one- inrea vears aso. uBiooa m fEKBT. TTTK bave for sale, at a great bargain, a car- TV rlaao iswalr ahor. with irood water I power, ail the machinery, which Incudes every. iningyou neeu ror ins oiz; aiso wim tne above, a blacksmith shoo, dolus-a cood butlness: also two-and-balf story house, all in nice, repair, ginu uira mirnv, mnuiDg water w nousc. irge rich garden. All tbe above la In a railroad town, where are three churches, stores, hotel, anu is ine centre ror ine eounirv an ahont. All the above, and much more not memlnnai! can be bought for i,0W. If you will call we win ten you auaooui it. ubioos) a pebry. rrio KETf. Three-room tenement. Gainos i jl. runtv. ANTED. Tenement of 5 or six room. I T V must be near village. Gbigos A Pkkrv. WE have two furnished rooms to rent. 81 per eek each. Near Main St. timoos a, f ERHV. IF you have second-band furniture to sell, we will sell It for vou for small commission. tBIGG8 A FERRY. IF you want to buy second baud furniture, we cmi supply you at low price. Gkiocis A r-KRRY. Can glveabun- Ubiggb A Perry. ers to come to us, and by telling, or writing us ahnnt. ihn vhniti ore can aid. Tne"Morrell Liquor Cure" guarantren to eitre every one who taken the treatment faithful y. or falling lo do that, we Will pay oacx every uuuur receivi-u. I good barber, bis only fault ik. it anv wno anew mm want to know whether lt.pays to drink, go and ask him; he Is at afelte's shop In. .the Water Cure building i .", srirnri-s ta a (J being the drink. flTli nwtln and anawi W lea. and do to gladiy. WE SAVK MEN MOI RRELL Ban! Bloc; D. L. GBIGGS. Agent. wWfdatly, manv enqnlr uy. nis. Liquor :k, Brattleb CURC. Brattleboro, Vt. LOST. T OST. Silk umbrella, with natural wood XJ handle, on road between Brattleboro and Marlboro. Pultable reward for Its return. Ad dress, H. B. Bay, Wilmington, Vt. 8 wl DON'T Don't risk yonr life, of mind, by burning an nouse. Better uuy think sp? . t - XC IT? your heme, your peace live thing in your tie. uon't you PERRY nJS Hoa.1 Eotato-; I A N engineer wants position 1 1L aam reference Administrator's Notice. The undersigned, having- been nunolnted ad ministrator on the e-tate of Edmund M. Hurd, late oi vernon, vt., nereuy gives notice to all persons having: anv bills aealnet tne estate to present them lor settlement before Oct. 1st, as It is purposed to settle the estate by that time. All Bucb bills will be Immediately paid unless some dispute allies, when, of cou:se, commissioners wouia nave to be appointed. I.. JU. DAVIS. Vernon, Vt., Aug. 2, 1893. Iw3 QTATB OF VERMONT Marlboro, ss Kj xne roua.e court ior said District. To an persons interested in tne estate or John r . liutierneiu. late or uummerston, in said district. deceased, Greeting: Whereas, Kllza .1. futier- neio, administratrix npon tne estate or John r. Buttei field, late of Dummerst n. In said district. deceased, has filed his petition In this Court, setting forth that the sale of the whole of the Real haute of said deceased will be beneficial to the heirs and all persons Interested therein, and praying for license to sell the same, and at the same time filed lo this Court what purports to be the consent In wrltlne of all the heirs re tiding In this stale to said sale. Whereupon it is ordered tnat the same be heard at tbe session of ssld Court, to be held at tbe Probate oflice in Brattleboro, on the last Saturday of August, A. u. ltiu, wnen ana where you may be beard in tne premises, ii you see cause. i-ws t. w. biudda ku, Kegistcr, Dummerston farm. 7 miles out. 212 acres. equally divided In mowing, paatuiing and wood land. One of the best fruit orchards In town. S"0 sugar trees. Estimated 2ftOO cords of wood. 2-story house, 2 barns la good rcoair, running water to nouse ana Darn, rrice ;;.uwu. Good 2-hnrse power engine and boiler for sale cneap. i-rice, iou. Village farm, 17 acres of nice land, 2-storv house, Balnteil and blinded, with double veranda. p. ice Darn, xignt in tne vn age, is rods irom f O. and store. Suear orchard . icood fruit orchard running water to house and barn. Place cost, a tew years ago, 4.3uu. win sen now tor $i,uuu. For sale, rome very choice building lots. Prices rlsht, a.'OU to (2,500. Village residences irom fi.uuu up. Farm, 10.) acres. West Dummerston, Build lngs fair. Cuts 10 ton of hay, lots of wood, 2A0 to SCO sugar trees. Buckets, pan and heater go with the place. Goofi fruit, apples and pears. Running water to house and barn. Six miles from Brattleboro- Price, (760. A light wood manufacturing business In the thriving village of Brattleboro, Vt, A patented specla ty manufactured. In wbl.b there Is no competition, and an Increasing demand for the gootis. Will exchange for village property or farm. Address alay A Cwn, Brattleboro, Vt. MAT CROWN. 21 Brattaboro, t. NOTICE ! Knowing the Importance of hivinc chimneys cleaned, and the risk many people run by tbelr taaing nre. wnicn we nearer every nay, i cm called on many limes when It Is Inconvenient to attend to it. So i bave taken the month of August to do that business, being the best time for me and a'so those who want such work done before putting nu stoves fo. the winter. Have done a great many In Brattleboro the past six years. Orders will be promptly attended to oy a posui inrougn tne omce. lours respecuuity. Ml. MeVEICH. Light Weight Overcoats, and Top Coats. uur salesmen win cneeriuny show yoj around our store and will treat yon very po litely whether you Intend to buy or just lock We are open every evening nntll 9 P. M. This sale will bear consideration. Come and see for yourself. You will be. eordlallv welcome. CATEHDI8H. Vt.. alav 26. 1893. Dr. Woodbury Dear Sir: l arrived home all rlsrht after yoo extracted those thirteen teeth and dug out tbat miseraoie root forme. Did not even nave tne neaiiacbe, and have been able to do my work usual. Tbls was the turd lime I have had von extract teeth for me. wl:h the aid of the Vibrator, and, (Providence permit ting). It will not be the last. I am afraid of elher, gas. and all the mixtures to be Injected Into the gums, to take away fain; but I am not atrald of the Electric Vlbiator, tv.th vim at the h int. 1 Would SSV to thniu, rn h.va tint tried It. there la no hurt . f tbe uutllpv on of Iba forces Or tbe pulling of the tooth. The little sensaUon, when the elfctr'c circuit Is completed, Is all, and laau but an Instant. Yours truly, LORKTTB A. KINGSBURY. Docs the Stio rinrh t "Well." we were arrestMl bv tha rlntMvr. nf this town for sel'inc roods lower tban they could boy I he a or. as the v won Id have It. tor mm. eMhtng without llrrnse, ferrou know tome cfcaree bad to lie tiampea op. We are extreae ly sorry tbat Bratliehoroeonld not be tensed la, Hte "ChlBw." for tne special benefit of our neighborly elotlilers." But Vinton b'ork la still in the aaaie place. So It tbe Bankrupt Sale of Clothing. UNSATISFIED Thtre are people who would be Unsatisfied If they were In beaten. Weil, It ! loo bad lo bave such a deposition, but we don't wonder that many women are dissatisfied with their hot aiicnena, when a gvs stove would make them so comfortable. Would cost about two and a half cents an hour to rnn It. Can't exp me. No ail ing, Cleaning anil trim mint- I put them In. A. O. JOHNSON, Flat St, WITCH HAZEL TOILET CREAM a certain cure for all skin diseases, and Is ior us wonoenui Hearing qualities, ana as a beautlaerof tbe complexion. Prepared bv Mrs. In. J. Brunette, 8t. Johneburv. VS. This superior lot et preparation la the same as that formerly sold by Mrs. Ketlne, and can now be found at MRS. E. a. HOLMES', -tf 27 Green St. Hot ice. This Is t warn all persons not to trust Belle M. riorrrof s on mr account, aa I shall pay no debts of ker councilor after this date. 9TI ilENKT H. NOHC'BOSB. prattle to ro, Vt., Ang. tb, ltJ. tf Shots From Co. I. Co. I had the first canvas up of anv company. Tbe diall were on the ground at 6:30 Saturday. and at C had the kitchen, mess lent and company tents up. capt. r.stey expressed ms satisfaction with the detail. H R Crosby Is In camp, being the guest of uapt. r-siey. Frank Beed and Jouls Henkel visited camp Tuesday Every one Is pralslnr tho Iron kitchen of Co f. Caterer and Mrs Farr are more tban pleas. lng tne men. The following is a correct list of tbe officers and men of the Estey uuard : Capt Jacob Gray Estey; 1st Lieut W T Halgh; Ind Lieut, C F Bingham, 8ergt's Boot, Hadley, Curtln, Hop- klnson, Walker; corporals n.stey, neld, Miner, Cavanaugb.Curila; Musicians Reynolds, Swift, Knlgbt; Privates Brocklngton, Brazor, Bra ior C, J Curtln. Cressv, Corbett, Cull, Davis, French, Badgraph, Henkel, Hodgalns, Perry, Pntnam. Bobbins. shr.ffner.'Cbas Sarcent. Ches ter Sargent, C Worden, A Wortlen. Wilbur, loung, comos. Miner, uapei, wneeier. Her- lick, rlarvet. Elits. H ifrencn. coon, uurrouah, Bradley. Warren, Clay, Krugge. There are In all SI officers and men of this company present in camp. Capt J G Estey was officer of the day Toes- day, ana or course was "in it a i over." Tbe following ladles are at brlrade head quarters: airs J O Estev, aliases Webster and Essex and Mrs Jas A LUIIs. Master Uuy Estey is aiso a vwivur me camp, at me company quarters of I are : Mrs Bred, Root, Harvey and miner. Most of the Battery officers have ladles at camn. Among them are: Mrs K II Putnam, airs f r oonnors, airs ur rraii ana Mrs f rank Plaits. Tbey all seem to enjoy camp life. O M Serg't Reed thinks he had a corner m Jamaica ginger ana tin Tuesday night. Arthur Norrls of Brattleboro. Is one of onr visitors, nenry weeden of Rockingham, a former memuer ot co i, is also here. UC r Bingham arrived In eamn .m. m TtcuocwiRj, bum iiiiine'iiaieir toe crv wmnt uit. "What's th matter with Charley ? They sky the detail was a nnnnlnr crowd Well, It was funny how "Swift" llopkinson would travel "Farr" across the '-Dewey" "Field," to obuln somcthlnsr to -Rsd," and show th it be was a good "Walker." Col Han. non also lived up lo the "Creed." As osnal, our company stands at the bead. Tbe lospecUoa mark on Wednesday was 100. and an ojfirersald we were by far the best drilled company of the regiment. Corp J Harry Kstet takes a good deal of pride In the fact that his detail was the only one which gained the ICO wara ivr iia company. The weather In camp has been most excellent, While it has been somewhat warm, yet there Is good air on tba grounds, and the men hare not suffered from beat. Not a man trona Co I In the hospital. Report In detail of Camp Failer on anotbet page. A victory for the llerre-boffi In tbe.vacbt race of Newport, yesterday, was tba result of tbe best tacs tne cup defenders have yet bad. The race was won ty tbe Vigilant, wbo again carried ber colors to tbe front and made another strong argument In favor of ner selection for America's cup. Republican stiver Senators, led by Stewart Jones Walcott etc, is an able and determined one, and resoluted to filibuster unless a com promise can bs secured satisfactory to the sliver Interests. There Is another crowd of Republicans, such men as Frye and Gallln- ger, tbat want to "play polities some more over the eountry'ii distress. Ana among the Democrats, besides the strong element of honest and earnest sliver men like Vest, there are several antl Cleveland men wbo seem disposed to regard tbe tight for silver as a personal one against htm. and others like Gorman, who partake of tbls feeling to some extent and are figuring to mane a party issue or it, or to concoct seme compromise among the Democrats. Beside all these complications the condition of the treasury Is such as to exert a strong pressure for compromise. The balance has declined $6,000,000 since the first of the month, owing both to the falling oil' of cus toms receipts, as Importations decline tn tbe financial pressure, anu tbe heavy payments necessitated by tbe extravagant appropria tions of tbe last congress and the bills brought over by tbe "bang up" policy of tbe last ac ministration, ine more-money men are ar guing tbat tbls difficulty should be met by coining tbe silver bullion tn tbe treasury pur chased under tbe Sherman act in excess of present values. The Issue In tbe senate can only be de tcrlbsd as doubtful. Vest claims a majority of eight free coinage men wbo will not pei mtt tbe repeal of the Sherman act wltbont a free coinage substitute. Tbe repealeis on the other band announced Wednesday tbat a canvass sbowed majority of seven for un conditional repeal. - In the bouse the canvass shows majority ot from 30 to 40 for repeal unconditionally, and no one seriously disputes that tbe bill win pass that body. The chief hope Is In public senti ment making itself felt in the senate. Tbe deoate began in the house Friday after the adoption of a resolution, offered by Bland, to carry out tbe agreement as stated above. The Republicans, under Joe Cannon's lead, made rather a disgraceful show, opposing tbe resolution. Reed and Burrow showed plain ly that they -4ld not like It, but follow! Can non. Tbe pretense was tbat they wanted to get a vote sooner; so tney lougnt tue oniy chance to Ox a definite time. Kay nor of In diana made the opening speech for repeal. "So long," be said, "as tbe treasury depart ment continues tj act as a pawnbroker's shop for tue ueiieni or tne nevatta ana Colorado mines, so long will Great Britain and Ger many refuse to appreciate tbe collateral security tbat we bave stored In our vaults, and the coutitry sutler from tbe distrust that Is making ail tbe present trouble." He de clared tbat tbe Sherman act was "without example or parallel tn any H-cal policy of any solvent nation. It protects the owners of the mines at the ruin of tbe government and tbe sacrifice of the people." Bland opened for the sllverltes, declared tbat the last tizbt for silver was now being made, and If America followed tbe nations of tbe old world In de monetizing It, predicted untold disaster. He Insisted tbat tbe Democratic party was pledged to free coinage by Its platform and thtcat- ened tbe disruption of tbe party tf tbe war on sliver was cart led to Its end. Saturday there were speeches by Morse of Massachusetts, Hendrlck of New York and Harter of Oblo for repeal, the lat ter a very able!one, and by Wheeler of Ala bama, ai.d Bowers of California and Kawllns ot Utah against It. Monday, Warner of New York made a strong repeal speech and Pat terson of Illinois, formerly a free coinage ad vocate, sustained tbe President's policy. When tbe stiver men taunted htm with nis change be turned on them and said tbat "once a fool" didn't mean with blm "always a fool." Tuesday, Grosvenor of Oblo made a paitlsan Republican speech and Insinuated tbat the President plagiarized his message. Wednesday, tbe best speech was by Bryan of Nevada, who made such a bit in tbe tariff debate two years ago, and whose eloquence for stiver held the admiring attention of the (Continued on 4th page.) Mrs. John Snyder gave a delightful party to a few friends Tuesday evening. Mrs. Joseph Titus entertains a few lady friends this evening with six-hanOed euchre. Tbe Bcaiincant Commandry held a regular meeting in Masonic ball last evening. "A Nymph of the Woods'' the best story yet; read it; soon appears in the reformer, Tbe Guild of Helen Margaret met Tuesday evening wun Misses Bene ana rarjuie uuna Tbe guests from L. R. Plummer's. number ing between 40 and ftO, enjoyed a tally-bo ride from Chesterfield Tuesday and a corn roast on Wantastlquet. A reception was tendered the Rev. Dr. Gallaudet en Monday evening at the residence of Judge Shea, wbere he was a guest. Tbe occasion was a very pleasant one. Landlord Tyler gave a complimentary bop to the Forest and Stream club and other guests of tbe Brooks House last evening. It was a very enjoyable occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordob Hardle gave a 4 clock tea yesterday to the guests of tbe Forest and Stream club, who were entertained later by Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Hawley, Tbe Baptist Christian Endeavor society will bold a picnic at snnset point Saturday afternoon, leaving tbe chapel at 4 o'clock in tbe afternoon and taking tbelr supper with them. Miss EMwIna Whitney gave a birthday party today to ber little friends In honor of her eighth birthday. Refreshments were served rnd tbe little ones made tbe afternoon a pleasant one. Geo. S. Dowley took a party (of eight young men to tbe lake, last evening, and gave them a line supper at Ware's. Tbe B. H. S. Glee Club rendered some fine selections, and tbe boys presented Mr. Dowley with two souvenir spoons for bis kindness. Miss Louise Pmlth was given a birthday surprise party by 15 of ber friends last even ing. Sbe was presented with a silver pin, which was very beautiful. During tbe evec lng games were played and refreshments eeived, and all present had a lively time. Tbe local Swedes held a lawn party Tues day evening at the home of John Strand on West street. The lawn was prettily trimmed with Japanese lanterns, and refreshments of coffee and cake were served during tbe even ing. Tne proceeds go to help tbe church fund. Miss Mary Perry gave' a party Saturday evening to a dozen ot young ladles and gentle men, In honor of ber guest. Miss Margaret Fritch of New York. " Eatables of all de scription were served, cards were played and before tbe party dispersed, musical selections we.e rendered. , The classes of '92 and '93 of North Street school decided to bold a reunion last Satur day evening Instead of tbe ride before plan ned for. A business meeting was held, and Arthur Staples and Charlie Stone were mode honorary members of tbe class of '92. Games were played and refreshments were served during the evening, and all bad a very pleas ant ttme. - . Daniel Roderick Torpey of Boston, and Miss Maybell Lena Bailer of Brattleboro, were quletlv married by Rev. Mr. Smith ol tbe Wert Village, Wednesday. Mlfs Lura Frost was bridesmaid aud Clark F. Frost best man. After a short carriage drive, and brief visit In Brattleboro and vicinity, Mr. and Mrs. Torpey will leave for their future borne In Boston. Tbe Odd Fellows' picnic which ta to be held Aug. 31st at Lwel Park, ' promises to be a great success. Tbere Is to be a prize drill of tbe Patriarchs Militant, a bal1 game between Social Lodee of Orange and Nonotuck Lodge of Northampton, also foot ball for tbe boys and girls, and other games, so t at all, both old and young, will find plenty of enjoy ment. A band and orchestra will be provld ed for tbe occasion and speeches made by members or tne various Dociies, also a clam bake and dinner will be served. Extra train with reduced rates will be run from Bellows Fails and here. Already a number of out of town orders bave been bonked for tickets for the Howe Lavln concert at tbe Town Hall. Thursday evening, tbe 21'.b. Tbe sale of tickets wnlcb opens at Cbapin & Co.'s drug store next Monday noon promises to be very large as every one seems anxious to Improve the rate opportunity of listening to these favorite slngeis. Mr. and Mrs. Livin bave consented to sing at tbe ninth annual session of the Western Nt w Hampshire Music association to be beld at Claremont. N. H., tbe week of August 23tb, where many other noted singers will be present. Including Dr. H. R. Palmer, Martha Dana Sbepard, Mrs. Harriet Morgan, Ella Cleveland Fenderson, Ivan Morawskl. 'Fremont Male Quartette and Boston Sym phony Orchestra. The Spofford family will bold a two-Java' reunion at tbe old "homesiead'' in George town the :)th and 3lst. Dinner will be ser ved at "Bald Pate," a summer resort on the ancestral domain. It ts proposed by tbe members of tbe family to form an associa tion to buy tbe old homestead In order to preserve It to tne relatives, all of whom are descendents of John Spofford,- tbe first settler of New Rowley, near Georgetown. A ball will be given at tbe town ball on the evening of the first day. Conductor Spofford of tbe New London Nor;bern road Is one of tbe de scendents, as Is Farmer G. A. Spoffjrd of Chesterfield, Alnswortb R. Spofford, librari an of Congress, and Henrv W. Spofford, gen eral passenger agent of tbe Beuntngton and Rutland road. 1 - Howe-I.avln Concert. The program for the teaiigionlal coasts Thursday evening of next week Is as foUss 1 Mendelssohn Quartette, op. i2, In B at Major. a, Aaaglo non troppo; allegro non urdiete. b, Canonetts, 2 Halevy Aria from "The Jewess." a u. . . William Ejwtsu 8 Kles Andante and Gavotte for Violin. 4 Thomas Aria from "Hamlet" . , m u , . Mme.Mary Howe-Lntofc, 5 1 ? Tscha'kowsky Andante CantaDUt I b, Schubert Moment Musical. 0 Howa-;:TbK.Bto.N8onr , , Mr. Lcvfaw 7 a, Botteslil-Reverte. j p , I b. Popper-Paplllons. j For Ce"9- o ' ... .... " Carl Hermwssssa. 8 Verdi Aria from "Travlata." . M me. How tarts. 5' 5ubM,,tln-,fns,, o' 'he Spheres. I b, Rameau Gavotte. 10 Donizetti Duet from "Don Pasauale." . Mr. and Mrs. LVvta. Tbe numbers to be performed by tbe tto tboven Quartette are very beautiful and tbav will without doubt give great pleasure oaosiar music loving people. Tbls organization Is lustlv cana'dersd ta k tbe finest String Quartette In the country today. Speaking Of their last New Vn-lr rnnrmrX the New York Sun savs : The class of music thev nreaent la nf to six Huvunceu cnaracier, so mat, ail in all, their vena nro rare treats ior musicians aae amateurs wno are inclined to enjoy the tei ectuai rorm or art. Xothln.i could be perfect tban the pli.ylng of this club. AdmtnUi precision and entire purity of tone DirS. their efforts, and the sympathy, whlck exist between the players displays Itself la everr phrase. roe reserved seat sale onens at rhmf Dui? store next Monday, Aug. 21st at mob. Letter From Oar Alnskan Voyager. Editoh op the Reformer: On m as- rival at the new and ll lurching ettw of Tacoma, located at tbe bead of Pups Sound, I proceed northwarJ tomorrow ntacw me, bound for Alaska, on board steanHfeisr Qieen. I find In waiting a score of letters? and telegrams, congratulating and wlstifng; me a pleasant voyage and a safe return. Xestr of the correspondents speak anxiously ot say presenting an Illustrated lecture of ray vent age to Alaska and the Behrlnu Sea, or wateifc 1 take tbls oppo.tutilty tbrousb the vtiatUsr columns of tbe Kki okm mt, to say. tf as mr return to tbe States I find my tour hat oeea of sufficient consequence and Interest, I Vl oe picised to present an illustrated lecture e tbls isolated part of our domain. 1 am prepared to take views of all Unta. aud shall make an effort to return wlta a val uable collection. Thanking you, one an asH, for tbe very Hind wishes and congratularJea lam, Ycurs truly. r Albert J.PiLLRXi. ash., Aug "), 1893. Let It Best. A correspondent from an aJiJlrlnr tora sends the Reformer a communication the Lynch affair, In which strong tndlgsftiss Is expressed against Lynch and some of Ma supporters. While tbe article may nec em press lbrmatter any too stroagly, the eat hss-vassed Into history, sentence has lews pronounced by legal authority and It is ras- er tbat the matter should be dropped nates there are some new developments. UinnlbHS and Kebns. Where. Ob where, are thoe color tramps gone? "Charlie, you are still ta fc How about the owl train E. B? Company I Wins. The principal features of tbe third day off tbe muster was Ibe target practice and flow ing for the uectennlal trophy an Indtvtihn prizes. Tbe centennial cup wa retained by Co. I of this toan, whs won It last year. L?eut. W.T.BaIgh t Sergl, F. T. Monktnaon . .. - Musician O.K. Knight...... i Private Charles Cobb SaV " Horace French tm Total.... .?. m Tbe score of tbe other companies were: Co. L.95; M.93; F.91; 1, Sl: C, E.ffl; fl,81;E, 80; A, 77; B, 70: G. 46. Inisrfs vidunl prizes, tbe third, u silver medal, ss won by Horace French of Company I. gnu. Estey has provided a handsome oak. nfem lined case for tbe centennial trophy. Ce. I celebrated tbelr victories last evening sad lite: camp reounded with tbelr company yett The Reformer extends hearty congratula tions to tbe boys upon their suc'cfs. A far ther repait of Camp Fuller wlil be found est another page. Band Oonoerc No'e. The gem of tbe conceVt tbls week wit IU "MHerere" from Trovatore, which was st well rendered as to sbow In a very tavonW way the capability of our mutc!aas, bath u soloists and as a band. In the absence some of our players at tbe rainier. Mr. Brlghara and Mr. Perkins, ot the Ciaresaest. band, tilled cornet and solo alto parts. Wfcfc their usual generosity two extra p1ec;s wee played, "After the Ball." wblcb ii stll demand with seemingly unabated popularity and a march in manuscript, called the" "Peefc Seat,'' composed by Mr Spear, who was Mr. Wales' pianist last season, and arranged j Mr. Brlgbam. Tne latter closed tbe eoneen. which was up to the standard. Prof. W. W. Cooke, who lately resigns Director of the Vermont State Aricnltwaii Col ego. has scsepted the ehalr cf AjrfcoV ture In I he Colorado St iU Agricultural CaV lesie at Kort Collins, Col. He leaves in a lew weeks to aisutne bis uew duties. t f t Pay the Price t any other. brands of baking powder are urged upon con sumers at the and greater in strength than Many second-class Royal Baking Powder is shown by chemical tests absolutely pure 27 per cent. tiff. f t f of the Royal price of the high-cost, first-class Royal. These powders, because of the inferior quality of their ingredients, cost much less than the Royal, besides being 27 per cent, less strength. If they arc forced upon you, see that you are charged a correspondingly for Royal only lower price for them. A