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THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, VT.l FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1894. What is Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uso by Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep. Cos toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told roe of its good effect upon their children." Da. G. C. Osoood, Lowell, Mara. ' Castoria Is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not far distant when mothers wi!l consider tho real Interest of their children, and use Castoria In stead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature graves." Da. J. F. Kincbeloe, Conway, Ark. Castoria. " Castoria Is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Archer, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. " Our physicians In the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their experi ence In their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only have among our medical supplies what is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it." United Hospital and Dispensary, Boston, . Allen C. Smith, Pre., The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. MILLINERY We have a few trimmed HATS AND BONNETS Sail Tills ! NEVER KNOWN SO LOW AS NOW, AT at left which we shall close out reduced prices. Through the dull season you will always And us with a large assortment of ALL KINDS OF MILLINERY from which to make your selec tions. Those who have not already supplied themselves with a Hat or Bonnet will And it greatly to their advantage to give us a call. We always consider it a pleas ure to show goods and quote prices. GLYNN'S Combination Store. 45 cents 50 " 05 " Clipper Scythes, India Steel Scythes, Victor " " The best Steel Scythe on the market. 3 Tined, Bent Stail Hay Forks, 30c. 3 " " Strapped Ferruled Hay Forks, 40 cents. Batcheller's Best Forks Too. f.rindatoneia nil Mnnntoit nnmnlaia REVIEW OF THE WEEK. OLD WOULD. The Pope's IlitnltU. Tho London Htandtird'8 Homo rorrc'H nmlcnt wiya: "Tho pope linx taken H week's riipoM! fruiii iiikIIviicl'h owIiik to tint lieiit. Hi) will re. hiiiiio them thin week In limited number. Ilu wiilktt dully In the Vutlriin Burdens." TlioTrl. Iiiinit hiivs lie Ih lndlnponud, tilthoiiL'li not tiei'loux- ly hi, i nu eorreHiioiKtentH or tlie J.iinilon j line huvh: "The none limiiiitHtloiiiililv Ih In live feeble ntnto of health, lie Ih hiixIoiih about him welt ami iiHHiireH bin attemlaiitH that they will Hurt lilin dead Home liinriilinr." The eorresnoml out iidtU Unit ho i Hiihjeet to fitliillnir Ills anil Hiiffei'H mtieli front the reopening of the ulcer 1 IiIh leg. New President of the French Clininlirr, Aiiirusto llttrdeati, riipulillciin, wtm eleetcd proHlclent of tho Frvneh (Ihniiilmr of DeputlOH Vliutf.rflil v Iti' II I'ntn it tr,(l ... 1!V7 otiut li. lliim.1 llrlHrion, niillcal. r The Rebellion 1 C'orcu. Tho Jinmiiuse newmmncrH received at Van' couver IhhI week ThurHclay throw light upon tho troubles In Coren, anil l'ndlnite that the troops (llnpatehed to Japan imiHt moan bigger liunliienH man uie inero protet'tlon or tno coiinneri'iai anil perHonnl Intercuts of .Japanese citizens there In tho first plitwi. tho liiHtiiTection In Coroa, which was tho pretext for senillng troops there at nil, is nil iigragrlnu upvising In rebellion against tho Intolerable exactions of tho olllcbils to whom tho country Is fanned out, through a system of giving magistracies to tho highest bid ders, who have to recoun tliolr expenditures bv Increasing extortions; especially because of Into years, since uoren nag emoren upon a policy ot militarism, tno government nas ueen selling its ollices at shorter intervals and lilgnor nrlces. This compels the buyers to squeeze tho people tighter in ineir urier tenure or omee, ana tno leoute are driven to acsperation.ana must rebel. I'ho lenders of the rebellion are the best men ih the country, and they had practically command of tho situation when the government applied to uiiinii ior neip, ami u wag given promptly, Then the rebels were reinforced by the Japan ese troons. mid their object is apparently con quest of the kingdom. Against China Japan can win the war mid overturn the bad government. but what the result will be of the warning of nussia remains to lie determined. Alarm for the Pope. The Roman Catholic hierarchy of Austria and Hungary have received notice from Home that the physical condition of the Fope is alarming ami tne cnruinais nave eeen warned to lie ready to assemble at the Vatican at a moment's notice.- VOL. XVIII. NO. 50. ANODYNE LINIMENT A bomb was exploded In Pilscn Sundav even- tug, in iront ot a Hotel m wntcn a number of members of a German society were holding a re union. The front of the building was demolished. One of the members of the German society was killed and several were severely injured. The report of the explosion was heard all over the town, and tho Inhabitants rushed en masse to the scene. The police nt once began n search for the miscreant, who threw or placed the bomb. n tne course or Itneir investigation they toiiuu three other bombs lu the vicinity of the court building. The fuses of the bomb were lighted. but were extinguished In time to prevent an ex plosion. The town of Plunlon has been totally burned. Upwards of 2000 persons are homeless, and sev eral of the inhabitants lost their lives In the flames. Home 870 houses were burned. Constantinople was shaken bv an earthquake Tuesday and considerable damage done. NEW WORLD. 93.50. Well made, thoroughly Ironed lie km Are You Going to Build? If 3-ou are call and get our prices. They are as low ns the lowest, quality considered. We have made some large .reductions' in prices on nearly nil kinds of lumber. Have on hand a large stock of Doors, Windows, Blinds, and all kind of stairand piazza finish aud Inside work. Have cedar, spruce and hemlock shingle. Lath at 2 cents and 4 cents per bunch cheaper than last year. IRON ROOFING. Have just purchased a large stock of Iron roofing and roofing paint. Nave both the corrugated aud standard steam roofing. Shall sell the above at a reduc ed price. PASTURE TO LET. Have two large pastures to lot. Will keep 25 or 3l head of cattle. Pasture enclosed nearly all the way liy a stone wall. Have n few ton of hay and a one horse wagun to sell cheap. STOVE WOOD. We have wood to sell at lowest prices for cash. HOLDEN & MARTIN. Wheelbarrows, $3.00. Lyghtning & Whyte Mountain Ice Cream Freezers A RE THE BEST. WE HAVE THEM. 25 per ct. DISCOUNT 25 per ct. ox- Straw Hats and Parasols, .H'ST THKEE-KOl'RTIIS PRICE. Now is the time to buy a Carriage Dus ter and Horse Fly Sheet. GLYNN BROS., SAXTON'S RIVER, VT. Ex-Prealdent Arte Murdered. Advices from La Faz. Bolivia, eav that ex President Arce has been iiHHRHHlnated and his body horribly mutilated by his murderers. Trampled to Death by Bull. Andrew Cornell a well known farmer of Port land, Me, was killed Saturday by a fractious steer, which knocked him down and trampled on him. He died soon after. Mr Corwell was native of Portland, anil represented it In the General Assembly In 1H84 as a Republican, lie was 72 years old. Seven Days In a Dory. The schooner. Diamond. Capt Boudoit, eight days from Boston, arrived at St. Johns, N. F., last evening with Seamen Wm Mason and Theo. Theodore Wilnough of the Gloucester banking scnooner siienaiidoan. ine men were pieseo up Friday. They had been drifting in a dory off rami naiiKs ior seven nays wiuioui ioou or wh r and tell a dreadful storv of their sufferings, n their hunger they chewed the leather of tlielr loots aim pieces or canvas, me rescued men lmrl rowed two davs until tlielr strength was ex haunted anil then they allowed the dory to drift s the winds blew. On the third dav they slgnt d a steamer, but were not near enough to signal Her. When rescued tno men were purely iinve hev have partlyrecovered since but are scarce r able to move and have been taken to a hos- itnl for treatment. Five Valuable Trotter. Burned to Death at Mystic Park. . . Clirli.ir tuinn alalia ot !, Hfatl unfit trunk Modford, Mass, were burned Monday night and live horses perished In the names. J lie nre origi nated from an unknown source, aud the buildings, being built lightly of wood, and containing large ii iwin titles of hav and straw, burned almost like a train of powder. So rapidly did the flames lick up the structures that It was only by the liveliest sort of work that the largest part of the horses that were quartered there In readiness ior tne trotting meeting wincn opened i ueaua Were saved. The animals burned were Iliti ley, Jr, a pacer, and GUniore, a well-known trotting stallion, both owned by B Demorest of Baltimore. The two horses were valued at least at 5,(1110. Narcissus, Corazzo and lloer, three horses belonging to the string of Dick Wilson of Blnghampton, but owned In Scranton, were a so burned to death. Idle a trotting mare owned by McFarland A Co, of Bridgetun, N J, was se verely burned about the legs, but probably not fiititlfv. The sheds, which were owned by the New England horse breeders' association, were worth about $3,500. The insurance upon horse and buildings is not known. The fire did not prevent the races Tuesday. It produorsan Incirewrtof vltnl aotlTlty In tlio system, tmiH preventing ami cluing dlsi uoo. tii'igliintvd In 11(10 by tholate iir. A. Jolinnim. H has witlnfled evury body for nearly a pentury. TriHtv-'liat tlino ha endorsed. It Cuiei Croup, Co'ldo, Burt Throat, Cramps and Fates, Coughs, Asthma, Catarrh, Colin, Cholera Morbus, Ulieu. matlc Palm. Nouralifla, Ijimo Hock, Hint Joints, Btniliu. llluxtrated nook tree. I'rlec, itt cents, six Sa.OO. Sold by all drilgtflHts. 1. H. JOHNSON A CO., Huston, Mn. Fa Best Liver Pill Made." arsons' Pills Positively ciircii Iliitnusiicss and Sick beaclacbe, liver ami bowel coiniilninlH. Theyoxiiol all impurities from the hlood. lleliciite women And great relief from tixlng them, price. 2Scts.i live. SUX1. Pamphlet free 1. U. JOHNSON & CO., i Custom House St., Boston, liana. The Hay Worm Reappears. The hay worm lias made Its appearance In Mtddletown, Ct., for the ilrst time in 30 years, hut not yet numerous enough to do damage. Eva S4 Mann has compromised witli the the heirs of the estate of Hobort Kay Hamilton whose wife she claimed to lie, for 10.000. am now she ought to sink into that oblivion which she has so richly deserved. A nnntoon brlilge on the Grand Trunk wharf at Lewis, P o., on 'which (iOO passengers were standing wa tluir fur a steamer to convcv them to St Anne's, gave way Monday afternoon, pre. clpitntlng all of them in the water. One woman, name unknown was killed. The others were rescued. There were many narrow escapes. Striking Attain in the Coal Regions. Owing to the manv disputes in the nilnlua- trnde the men at several places in Pennsylvania who were at work have struck again and other strikes are threatened in the Pittsburg district. The Walston miners at Punxsutawney went to work again Monday morning. At the leading mines in the Mahoning valley the miners nre again out on strike. They say the operators must sign tne scale uerore worn win resume. Murderer Shea Sentenced to Death. Bat" Shea, who murdered Robert Ross at the election riots in Trov. N Y, was sentenced Mon day morning to die In the electric, chair, nt Clin ton prison, Itannemora, in the week beginning August 21. Shea's counsel will at once appeal the case to the court of anneals, the 1)111 of ex- ceptlon being for that purpose. As the appeal acts as a stnv, it Is not likely that sentence will lie executed at the time named. When asked by the court If he had anything to say Shea replied, All I've Kot to sav is that, before God ana man, I am innocent of this crime." Immediately fol lowing the sentence Shea was removed from the court room and taken back to the Jail. Before leaving Shea kissed his sister and other relatives and shook his aged father's hand. The prison er's eyes were tilled with tears as he marched out surrounded with deputies. GENERAL VERMONT NEWS. Ancient Suit Settled Note Over 33 Years Old Paid. Perhaps the oldest lawsuit, taking It from its inception, on anv docket in this state was settled at the present term In Addison county court. It was founded on a note given in lHfiS by the farm ing firm nf John B and Abel Walker InJW'liltlng to ij una rvaiker, tne wire or one oi ineir em- uloves. This note was signed in the nnii name by John B Walkcc. When the note was about to outlaw In 197ft John B made this endorse ment upon it : "Tills note is good and due after nhul nnvinmil - If Inban ttif O alo-nlfio fi tra In til . . , .,. . . . ........ ' - n n linn name. Just before the renewal outlawed in 18X1 (Johu B having died in 1H7) Julia brought HVDVAKII KIPLING'S LATEST. Ills Masterful Work In the Hook," and Other Oriental Won mica. ".Tiiiigle der From the SprliiRfleld Jtepuhllcun. Mr. Kipling')) last hook, "The Juiiila Hook," Is it strong; addition to the list of his best works. Jt Is nlive with tho Interest mid fascination of his umrveloiiH power of deplet ing; the wovh of men mid beiists In this work purtletilitrly the latter. From liegiiminjr to end, except for tho last story, there Is not it (lull bit in It, while In one story. "Toomnl of tho Elephants," Mr. Kipling, reaches the hlght of his superb dramatic genius. This story thrills a rentier indescribably, and shows beyond question what true (mures. sionismis, that which curries one right Into. me seeno ueptcteii iitni mitkes him feel that, with "little Tooiiiai," "what never nuiti hiith seen lie lias seen thromrh the lomr niirlit.." . 1 c, - the dunce of the elephants. I hese stories coutuine WesternFarm Loans. Have been greatly decried of late, but in spue or some losses, the results have shown the proportion of loss is much less than In almost any other line of in vestment, and today a western farm loan is better than ever, for the reason that less money is being invested there, and consequently, investors can have their choice of securities. Our 6 1-2 per cent, loans are made under the supervision of our own officers, and have stood the test of hard times. Write the H Loan & Trust Co., rattleboro. Vt. )2 P. K. The only safe, mux and. reliable Female P1XX. ever offered to Xjadiea. especially recommend ed to married L.a.rli. ;Ak for DR. MOTT'S PIlTTIOTiL TOXM and take no other. (37- Bena ror circular. Price $1.00 per box, u Duxes Tor t&.OO. UXt, MOTT'8 CHEMICAL CO- - Cleveland, Ohio. IM RGIX, imi UGIST, - - BRATTLEBORO, VT. PENNYROYAL PILLS. GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST. Simple Advice to Dyspeptics. Indigestion is caused by a tired stomach just asasorc hack after working is caused by tired muscles. The remedy in either case Is rest. Itest Is the rational cure for every ache and dis order that is caused by overwork. There is hut one war to rest your stomach and other digest ivc organs without starving, and that Is by resort to the use of artificially digested foods. Processes have been discovered wherebv meat and vegetables can lie digested outside of the body and thus fitted for Immediate absorption without further change. Paskola is such a food, hut I'askola is something more than a food. It not only strengthens and nourishes the hotly, but it aids the digestion of other foods. By its use, the dyspeptic will find himself able to eat and enjoy those things which have hereto fore caused the most frightful distress. The wonderful secret of health and disease Is hidden almost entirely in the food we eat. If we take care of our digestion, if we ent proper food, the chances are we shall alwavs lie well. If we fall sick, we should take all the more care for what we eat. Sickness can he cured by food more easllv titan by medicines, i'askola is one of the most iin xrtant discoveries of our ago. Here is the evi dence of what it can do for you. Bhiikiktox, X. .T., April 11, 1W4. (ientleinen : A fter being under the care of in v physician for a long time mid trving almost every remedy known to science. I was induced bv my friends to try l'askoln as a last resort to health. 1 felt a great Improvement and benefit before I had consumed the first 80c. bottle, and had no ii-iuuu- in muni n un my stomach, us all other lremrHiions nauseaicu me. I now have a ravenous appetite and can eat the mum uenny raw anu snow 1 am gaining In tlv hiil.v. M Its. KMMA CLAKK i-asKoia may lie obtained of any reputable .rr .. . i"""i'"iev on iimmi anu ingestion will lie mailed free, on application to i ne i-re-mgesieu roou lork. sui.against Abel as surviving partner. This suit slept lu Arldlson county court for 11 years, Abel resisting payment because he did not know what sum was represwtfed by the term "what pavinent." ) una (flea soon after bringing tne suit and 1 C Ketcham of Sudbury was her ad nilnlstrator. In lHti Abel died. The note was presented by W H Bliss, attorney for Mr Ket chain, to the commissioners of his estate and dis allowed by them and the party to the original transaction, being then alive the county court, at its .June term, ism, gave luugmcnt ior the plain tiff administrator for the amount of the note less than fliO, which he admitted had been paid. This judgment was reversed by the supreme court on tne ground (winch is novel in this state) that in a farming partnership one partner is not pre sumed to have the right to charge the firm on a promisor)' note by signing the firm's name. At the present term of the court, after a dav s hearing, the suit was compromised by the de fendant's payment of d 100, thereby settling a note over 25 years old. Tliey Smuggled Chinamen. Two more men said to be implicated in the alleged wholesale smuggling of Ciiinameu into this country by Burlington, were arrested in New York city Monday. The prisoners Harry Lee King and a man who goes by the name o'f JttiHHil-Jt--itoIvMR, lioth Chinamen, were re. leased pending examination In 1000 bull inch. Singleton f charged with being a sort of go between through whom the Chinamen are al leged to have done business witli certain cus toms nltlolals as yet not under arrest. For some time Singleton has been well known about the custon-house where ne nas mauo considerable moiiev.it Is alleged acting as Interpreter and In other ways. He is also the interpreter employed uy tne isroaowav tauernaeie in .ew tommy. I lilted States Chinese Inspector Scharf sum Monday (hat he expected that there would soon he numerous arrests of people alleged to be mixed uf in the smuggling of China men Into this country and Intimated that certain well known government officials attached to the cus tom department would find themselves In cus tody under very interesting charges. Springfield Man Drowned. Albert II Grow, aged 15. was drowned In the Connecticut river last week Thursday. He was unable to swim, but went in bathing' with other boys, waded into a deep hole and the bovs could not get hiai out before he was drowned. The I bony was recovered. Died from Asphyxiation. Hurry M Sykes of Manchester Demit, was found dead In his room in the Crandall hotel. mngiianiron, . l , at i :v molliia v eil in the "The .Tiimrln Hook" are nominally for children, hut no (frown person is too old to succumb to their iiisciniilion. Jn "Mimv Inventions" Mr. Kip ling gave tit) a Hurt 6f the storv of Mowirfi. me man iirouxHt up ny uie wolves, llllll m this book we liinl the beginning of the storv, its well as some later portions of it. From tue moment we see the iittie brown lialiv before the cave of the friendly wolves and carried in l)V the father wolf, wn.are absorbed in fid. lowing his adventures and are convinced that ut lust we know the ways, the s?ech ttnd the very thoughts of the beasts of the jungle. The iiioiure or tne uaticar-log or liionkev people Is irresistibly umusing.aiid brings vivfdly before us the strangely interesting little beasts and their queer antics. Mr. Klpliug's treatment of the snake people is also remarkable, as dis. played both In the story of Mowgii and ill the story or "tviKKi-tikKi-tavl," the little mon goose who single-litmded fought the wicked cobras and killed them. But most wonderful of till is the haunts the reader's dreams at mgnt ami forces him to take up the book again ami again to re-read that masterpiece. The last storv. "Her Maiesf v'n Kervniits la far below the 'standard of the rest of the book tliougn ft has some interest from the knowl edge therein shown of beasts not met with in the other tales. In this book Mr. Kipling has again given us something absolutely new. Stories have been written of animals, their wavs. their speech, and with stnvpiithy too perhaps more than Mr. Kipling feels, but never with such convincing naturalness as these. They seem, in truth, more like an insnired revel. uou man enorts ot the imagination, even as do those tales os insanity scattered through his books , the finest of which are perhaps 'The Man Who Was," "A Disturber of Trathc," and "The Man Who Would be King." while his lovers desire to read all that Mr. Kipling writes and find somewhat of interest in nearly every new story, it is with delight that all welcome such additions as these to the number of his masterpieces of original genius. This volume is published by tne uentury company. A Business Education does not cost very much at the New London Business College, New London, and it does not take a very long time to acquire it. as an investment to u young man or woman it is always safe, ready aud invaluable. Moreover, it very largely improves the chances for obtaining remunera tive employment, and is oftentimes the basis of a successful business career. Copy of cata logue of this school will be mailed free an application to It. A. Brubeck, principal. SONS OP VERMONT. A recent number of The Paper Mill and Wood Pulp News contains a half-tone picture of Col. James II. Piatt, projector and pro moter of the paper manufacturing industry of a gallant Vermont soldier, who is doing such a great work in his western home. The miner also gives an extensive account of the paper manufacturing industry in that city. Col. Piatt is a Burlington bov, who left his home for the war, serving with great credit until its close. Today he is one of the leading paper manufacturers of the country, managing two of the most extensive mills, whose reputation for first-class work is unexcelled. The St. Johns. P. Q.. News has the follow ing pleasant item about a Windsor gentleman : The Stars and Stripes floated proudly to tho breeze from the flag staff of the 1 . 8. Consul in this town en the 4th of July, and Mr Keefe was "at home" to those of his friends who remem bered the day ami called upon him. Never a more estimable man ever sat in the Consul's cnalr In t. Johns than this same Mr. Keefe. To prevent pale and delicate children from lapsing into chronic invalids later in Fife, they should take Ayer's Sursaparilla together with plenty or wholesome rood ami out-tioor exer cise. AVhat they need to build up the system is good red blood. adv. TWO VERMONT CURIOSITIES. KNOWLEDPHj Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c anu $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. BARGAINS AT 11 PUTNAM'S SHOE STORE, Near the Bridge. Have a big drive in Ludies' Dongola Button, common-sense lost, at t2 cents, worth 81.00. ii win u v anv iikiv Mine to look nt ihem. wishing a low-priced Ladles' Russet Oxfords, Jhe. Ladles' Donirola Oxford kid. 72c. Boys' Consress Shoe sizes from 21-2 to 5, at 75c. New floods, and would bring $110 in lial. Have n large lot of Men's Dongola Bal. and Congress at $1.38, all Sizes. This is OS (rood a Kline as in I... ,,!.. at f2.50. ------ . n E. L. PUTNAM, 48w4 NEAR BRIDGE. EDUCATIONAL. And thai, lu ihp Tr..,r Tt.,., i.. ...,, . hundred a' ' V """" or iiooKKeepiiKir, most practical nc liiai umf f in America, ne nest typewriters, and orivn i..ti.,,i i... in tc eifraphy. Graduates secure jroo.l posi'I hoi.. ojFjii;u mm competent For tlon -."..n. JfUmiHTHH II1H11 Rlllllt IA, U'itl. . wuiieiui6- or catalogue, address, TH08. M. SHIELDS, "3 Fourth St., Troy, X. V. lltf SCOTT & JONES SELL FRESH DAIRY BUTTER AT 20 CTS. A POUND. GOOD COOKING BUTTER 15 CENTS A POUND. A Willow Tree Witli a History. There is standing on the farm of James Wil son of Danville, probably the oldest und larg est willow tree in Vermont. In the year 171K), John 'Wilson, while coming from Veachnm, horseback, cut a willow switch and upon his rival home stuck it into the ground, where it took root, and todav measures, circumfer ence of its trunk, 2" feet, diameter of its fol iage, 75 feet. This spring while burning some limbs under the tree the lire caught in the hollow trunk and burned for 11 longtIme,lcav ing a hollow shell in which three men can And School of Shorthand and Typcwritin Fall Term opens Sept. 1st, 1894. Largest, bestequhL peel and most successful of business Tra nine ltf CHILDS, Springfield. Mass. lll (HUH IIIIIIJIWIIH HM II I J H j 1 1 1 1 ll I The Rough Places on I 1 the Road to Success i S ?ff 1"a?,rea1tmeare overcome with the S S aid of a Business Education. The "ffer9,.vou tht aid in a thorough Business a H training, and places at mnr -,,iimu,,,.i E weapons to fight the battles to a success, g ful issue in the commercial world. It S E J'osts lttle, comparative! v, but its value --- " age. open ail the vear. E Regular Fall Term begins Sept.' 4th. S Write for illustrated catalogue, it will S interest you. 5 it. A. BRUBECK, Principal, E New London, Conn. S Hillllllll:i:iillll!ljHIJJiiiii!uiiiiiiiii:iI Flies i Mosquitoes They will not Infest a house, stable or cattle if SULPHO NAPTHOL resulted from asphyxiation. hotel Sunday and registered as A Smith, Parn He was partly undressed and a revolver lav bv Ills sale. Tlie irns was turned on. Ho was lili-n- tilled by letters in his pocket. Bartlioloincu' Mcticttrlck of St Albans riii. lilm-pil bv Ihe f'entrnl Vpriimllt ruilciiiit fi.ll in to the lake Saturday and came very near drown, lug. He was, with others, tilling a cjir staniljinr on the siding west of the st.-itlon and by the lake, doors on both sides being open. Wheeling a truck loaded witli laiFkets Into the car, it is sup posed that he tripped, falling forward out of the oiosite door Into lake. Another truckman, who was In the car at the time, gave the alarm and assistance ciiuie In plenty. For sonic unknown reason his body did not rise. After waitinira moment, a long pole, with a hook attached, was got off a canal boat, with which he was fished out. The hook catching in the vest, he was pulled up near the surface of the water, where a rope was put around him and he w taken into the about and then carried into the station. ir Murnard, being summoned, rolled and worked over him, with a young man as assistant, until McUettrlck revived siinicfentlv to oe taKen to tne hospital. I'nder lr Tinkham's treatment there he regained consciousness in auout two nours, but at a late hour he whs lu a precarious condi tion. As near as those present could estimate McUettrlck was In the water almost live mlnutes- Treatvd. av dcatli liavinir noiiuw such in uicn iince nicn can lie' went to the std upright, the hollow being nearly l.'i feet I Co., so lteade St., New CEO. E. GREENE, Brattleboro, Vt. DL STES Our Gasoline Stove is the Quick Meal. Buy no other as these are wife, no danger ot explosion, nothing to explode. We also keep .rtgaie una uranue are, iinware, iioiiow v are, Jce Urea m Free zers, IiuMkt and Cotton Hose, Akron Sewer Pipe, Lend Pine Solder. Sheet Lead. Mill Supplies. Steam and Water Pipe and Valves of all sizes. 1 in Koohng, Conductors and Lave Troughs. All work neatly done. ALL KINDS OF TINWARE MADE TO ORDER. We do not keep the tin. they give away, we don't keep that kind of t in. We se ll vou the nlove ("all iti d niiiine our Mock and i t ni:d tlclcft it the cheapest. articles for what thev are worth lie convinced at once that it is the Don't forget the place. P. FLEMING, No. I South Main St. Station Agent Roughly Willlxin W Smith, station airent for the Cana dian I'MclnY railway company at Mutton Junction, 1' 0, 11 miles In mi iciinionl, was KiusKeu nown ami dragged omoi me station eanv sumiay moming bv an unknown man who evidently in tended to place him on the track to be run over bv the morning nosion express, maun iougiii ivsieriitel,v for his life and called loudly tor help, wuereUoii ins iismhiuuu ueu. rjiiiiiu nas been instrumental iu closing up a numlicr of t(rtinTkKiiis. Ureal excitement prevails and detectives arc trying to find the guilty parties. Krocst, sou of Nat sheds, a farmer of Swan ton, was struck by lightning Friday evening ami instantly killed. The rasMimpsic anil Conncctiuct Kiver illvl sions of the Huston and Main railroad system h.iue lx'cn consolidated, and lotli have been put under the charge of Supt H K Folsom. His headquarters will still remain at l.vinlonvllle, and he will have an assistant at Springllcld. DrWS Smart of Itrandon took poison Wed nesdav in mistake of medicine. The prompt of fices u'f a physician saved htm. Brig Hen Wm L Greenleaf, retired, of Bur llngtoa, fell between the rails at Monllielier in attempting to board a moving train, ile man aged to roll his body outside and barely averted death and mutilation. The total value of the goods entered at the customhouse at St Albaosfnr the month of June nan l43.Si: total amount of duties as sessed 4S.3;.t; total amount of duties collected tl-lMt- Among the articles that paid duties were 4 XI3 tons of hay ; i,4'20 tons nf coal; M ilumund of cedar shinales: aos.KTH feet of bo shuoks; I, .XI bushels ot piMatoes; ,11 bushels L of peas; nueneisoi nean. ' RELIOIOl'S ISTELLiaEXCE. Rev Or Allxrt II Heath, recently of the Ply mouth Congregational church, Kt Paul, Minn, was Installed as paMornf tho North church at ft Johnsburr Tuesday night. The sermon was bv Krv IT A Men of Hosioa: Installation praver bv He Ueorge I' Hvington nf Kast llanlwlck: address to pastor. Her lr Smith llakrr of Bos ton; right hand of fellowship, Kct Ih- Kdward T Fairbanks of St Johnshnry ; charge to people. Rev Or C M Lnmaon vf Hartford, Conn. VKHMOXT PEOPLE. ill height. The tree is jjrood for "id years more. Lyndon I moil. Km urion'a Curiosity. The famous frozen well nt Jlrandon that caused so much wonder and speculation about 4(1 vcars ao when it was first dug;, is ajrnin found to lie well supplied with natural ice .the warm weather not seeming to have any oilect toward ineltinj; the ice. Many people from abroad are visiting the well out of curiosity. La Crlppe. Dining the prevalence of the (irippe the past seasons it was a noticeable fact that those who depended upon lr. King's New Discov ery, not only had a speedy recovery, but es caped all of 'the troublesome after 'effects of the malady. This remedy seems to have a peculiar power in ettectinj; rapid cures not only in cases of La (irippe, hut in all Diseases of throat, Chest aud Lungs, and has cured cases of Asthma and Hay Fever of long standing. Try it and lie convinced. It won't disappoint. Free Trial llottles at F. II. Hid den Co's Drug Store. Try a sample auart i Hundred times in water, It costs but One Is used Dollar. Is reduced one milking it cost but four cents a gallon. Is not poisonous or corrosive. Can he used on the skin of a human being or animal. The Sedgwick Company, Selling Agents for the Inlted States, 691 WASIIIXGTOX STREET, Boston, TJ. S. .A. S9wl3 Slew from tbe Northwest of the State. From the Cambridge Transcript. It is reallv hinted that Gov. Fuller aspires to succeed .senator Morrill. This will have to be lalielled "Jo joke" in order to prevent a smile. SAILORS AM) Deputy Sheriff ftinvail of UreenlicM went to Orange Fridav night to arrest Mrs Klla Keet, on a charge of adulterr committed with Dr .Mason nf Northampton. The complaint was entered by Mr Keet who bus also begun proceeding for a divorce. When before Trial .lustre tVreen of tireentield Mrs Keet waived examination anil gave bonds for her appearance at the next term of superior court. 0W WALKING HATS are considered the style for seashose, lake and mountain wear." I've an assortment of both. Also a large variety of ."MILLINERY suitable for all occasions. Prices are umisu ally moderate considering the style and quar ity of goods. I've comfortable Corsets and elegant Gloves that fit. MRS. W. If. PHILIIPS, The Milliner. No. AS Main Street. State Normal Scliool, RANDOLPH, VT.f ra iour years- course of study in twqi " ' " " - i n , ii. .i wo terms a year of 20 weeks each, beginning The fourth Tuesday In August. The first Tuesday In February. Send for Circulars. EDWARD CONANT, 8tf PRINCIPAL. VERMONT ACADEMY, Saxton's River, Vt. SctWlFf!;8jfnnhleJese.Pnrat0ry "nd Aw"Icmto l'repares forany College. Admission on t'ertt. flcnte. Kiirht larire Buildlmrs. rieUo-iitfni t Thirteen Teachers. Fullv emiipped Laborutor" les for Chemlstrv mid 1'hvxlcs. Homo f.,- ,i, sick. Fine New Library "Building. Telescope. Gvninasium. Military drill under a U. S. Arniv Officer. Training for Character aud Citizenship. For Catalogue or other information, apply to Ceorge A. Williams, Ph. D.t 421,13 Principal. "Wand Drill. lont give an Inch If von sink the whole Krie rallmad from Chicago to Jerser City," were Krrelver J U Mr uHougb's ln-trur-I Ions telegraphed the Krie manager al ( hs sro Saturday. Mr Mrt'ulbiugn Is 'Tereirer of the Krie railroad and one of .l larcwt stockholders. It ts Important to keep the liver and kidneys In gimd nmdition. Hold's iaroaparilla Is the remedy f. invlgnrning these organs. adv. tvERO- With vjuaiacol. Why is it we have edded Cteone and Guaiacol to our Cod Liver Oil. which has ! ctn used with favoral.le results lor many years by consumptives ? It is be cause we want to do all we can to cure this disease. Ozonized to replace with crone the oxyjren lost by the body in digesting the oil. Guaiacol added to increase the appetite some thing a consumptive must have. Pleasant to take. A perfect remedy for consumption. Repaired and Soli by WM. W. WIM, Winer, Vt. 3tf Eyes Tootod Tree X DR. W. 8. DURROW8. Optical Specialist, 2Stf 47 MAIN ST. HACKLEY & MORAN, FtRSIHIS rXDERTAKERS. Vfna ta'a Blark, Saalh Mala Mi-ret. We carry a complete st-k of undertaker. Send for Book on Ozone, mailed free. nppHea. Arterial emlalminr a specialty. eiepnnne ran. promiaiv anen.ien in. Prepared .by T. A. Stowm Co., Kei Tort MiM hell. KS Mxin street. Telephone rail, is-t. WHY DOIT'T YOtT USB CORRUGATED When ven can met It as ctieap as tob on shin. ie, which are ood for only four or five years, nil then have got to ha oaiched. and jour cell. I "UK flxed nn besides? Kindling wood r J fs ara not the thing to use, when you can get a roof that Is absolutely fire proof for 3c. per Sq. Foot. We win warrant onr Steel Roof for Si rears, if they are never palmed In the Hot, bat if thev are kept palmed w warrant then to last a lone na the bu'ldln Hands. If you want the beat celling In the world, get onr Steel Ceilings. Ton eaa see aannle of Rooting and Calling at the Hard are Store ot BOBBINS COWI.CS. Brattleboro. Vt,. Or wnd dliect ton forClreolari tad Prices. THE J. W HOSFORD CO. No. S Dans St, yi Geebhfield, Mais. AUCTION BILLS ! Brine roar Auction Bill to the RtroRNcn Office. Prompt Work at Reasonable Price.