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The new vegetable shortening is the most popular food product of the clay. Its use means good food, good health and a goodly saving in the end. Since the introduc tion of Cottolene, lard has no longer place ia food or kitchea. serves every purpose of lard, and serves it without grease, odor or indigestion. Those who have given Cottolene a fair trial never go back to lard. J5e sure and get the genuine. Don 't let any dealc palm off any of the many worth less imitations on you. Sold In 3 and 5 pound pails bl ah irroeers. The. N. K. F'airbsnk Company, CHICAGO. 834 Stnto St., Boston, rurtluiui, .lit'. mm if the Lady ' Who is concealing her s ufferinj from day to day in consequence of the embarrassment attending a visit ' to the physician, can obtain the same , results by using the ;XXX Compound of .Job's Tears, T "Iw II if I.' ia: ,.rnr.. Chester, X. II. Wrlto for free itoscrfntive Jllnstratoil clr- . Cular L'ivinir instruction in tln A ii:ttoni v and Physiology of the purls involved, uml , wuai io o, ueiorc spenmtii? any inmicy. All diseases of a chronic nature treated by The Dr. II. AY. Kose Dispensary, vThe Kennard, Manchester, N, II. ON C0NSUMPT1 To the F.nrror.riease inform j-otir rend ers that I have a positive remedy for the above named disease, liy its timely use thousands of hopeless cases have been per manently cured. I shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy free to any of your llCftders who have consumption if they will I S? ndme their express and post office address. .Respectfully, T. A. Kloeum, M. C, t No, 183 Pearl Street, Hew York. 0 MIX'S Celebrated Female never fail. life and sure (after tailing with TQiy ami Ponnyroyal Pil!i),particmf4ccat. EDUCATIONAL. j 1 1 1 ith MM Bisiisss Collie, X fit 11 Term npensTuemluy, Sept. bkw lS!i.i. Itf-.! limtriii'MiuK I .hit.. aC vat patroiiiiu of any whool of Un Mini In New Knlumi. Tim best Jr equipment for wticress in life is a dPSfci praetiral knowledge of tlio laws 'tJ of hiiceess. Are yon a competent Jx (took -keeper or stenographer? W If not, plan to atteml Chi his' 'qjj linslness College ami obtain a jr thorough h u b 1 lie h training, r-jjj Hoard and l'oom from Stf.iii) to Vj J. "in a week. Catalog mailed jdj K. K. C'HIMIS. Print ipnl, j? ;!4t Main M.t JSpriiiptiehl, Ma.-o, Regular Fall Ternilliejrinr Tuewday, Sept. 3rd. Is the best. We have superior system of look- keepinir and t-hoti-hand. We pive tlic moht pra tiral iiir-triirtioH in Typewriting, Telegraph v and .Mechanical lMawin.. Graduates fiitnihcd with (rood position. Hiisiness j men Hiipplied with competed! Iteln. For catalogue, address THOS. H. SHIELDS, lltf 73 Fourth St., Troy, N. Y. PRICES OF GOAL FOR PRESENT DELIVERY, Spot Ostsslx. Stove and Nut, $5.50 Egg and Crate, 5.25 Lehigh. 5.75 Franklin. 8.50 Ytn i nut lont or"tx-k t ci.il. lut freshly raineit .ill mil. H. 3E60ISTID. TKf Kx Hemitor Insulin nf Kuiihhb, in 11 public Hpcech thu nthtT diiy, declared uneiiuiviMJHlly fur freo Hiivor L-oinuu. Tln leHtlicr triiHt hiiH forced ftn iul vimco in tl.e pi'ict) nf hIioos of from 2." to ")() cents it pair, mid it will bo felt in the retail markets soon, if it is not now. Manufacturers Mini jobers say they are helpless, for the trust which controls four-fifths nf the sole leath er production has the business at its mercy, and a still further increase is expected siu. The rise effects the working people cheifly.for they are the ones that ware heavy shoes requiring the most sole leather. t'hauncey M. Depew tells an inter viewer in ijondon that Cleveland will surely bo a candidate for a third term. He doesn't believe he can be elected, or that any Democrat can, but insists that he is the only candi date the Democrats can nominate. And its to the sources of his remark able strength, Mr. Depew says: Kither he has extraordinary luck in accidentally doing the right thing or he is reallv a meat statesman. I con fess I am not sure in which aspect I regard him. Certainly he has twice in two years saved American credit abroad. When he sent Fed eral troops to quell the Chicago riot he enunciated a new principle in Amer ican constitutional interpretation. We had accepted Federal authority in subduing a general rebellion, but we superstitious!' disclaimed the power of that authority in intervening against disorder merely within the limits of a state. Cleveland boldy brushed away that superstition. The people then accepted his inter pretation without cavil, and it is now as firmly established as the constitu tional doctrine of the equality of all men. Had he acted otherwise, Ameri can state and municipal as well as rail road securities held abroad would have been effected to a degree that such financial troubles as we have just passed through would have been slight indeed as compared with what would have happened. Again, this year he forced his secretary of the treasury against that gentleman's own convic tion to save the south from the silver heresy and all armed Kuropo now re cognizes that the heresy is dead." The rumors of a threatened war be tween Japan and Kussia have been re vived with increased force. England has abandoned her claim to the island of Trinidad since Brazil has sponked up so over it. Hut she asks the privilege of laying a cable station there. The representation in the United States senate from the new state of Ctah will lie equally divided as to Mormon and (ientile. This has been lecided upon by the leaders of both parties in Utah and both argee that none but silver men shall be sent. Messrs. Widcner .v Elkins, the great street railway magnates of Philadel phia, have just been conferring with their associate in Chicago, M r. Ycrkes, and it is asserted that they have de cided that all , their cable and horse lines in Xew York. Philadelphia. Chicago and elsewhere, shall soon lie changed to the underground electric method, now in successful operation in Lenox avenue. New York. The New York and Philadelphia worn is to be done at once. The negroes at Omaha are joining the A.. P. A. in some numbers, where at the 13eo quite pertinently asks whether they have been removed quite far enough from a state of servitude as yet to be able with good face to "swing the lash of prescription over other people." Dr. Forbes Winslow, the distinguish ed alienist in this country, confirms the report of several months ago, repub lished in the Keformerat the time, that Jack the Kipper is contined in an asylum near London. He was a medi cal student at the time he committed the crimes anil had a mania against that kind of women. Gov. liuckner has withdrawn from the canvass for the senatorship in Ken tucky, leaving Gov. McCreary the only man in the field openly contesting Blackburn's aspirations for re-election, liut it is expected that Secretary Car lisle will appear as a candidate at th last moment. Our government has decided to go it alone and make an independent inves tigation of the Cheng-tu riots in China, such as France has made. The original plan was to do it in co operation with Kngland. but for some reason Kngland has backed out, re quiring her consul at Chang-King who was to help in the inquiry to re main at his post. Details are received of the triple compact entered into by Salvador. Nicaraugua and Honduras for the formation of a Central American re public. It is a confederate system, under which there will be a Diet of one deputy from each legislature and one member from each republic, to serve three years, the majority vote to rule, and to sit successively in each of the capitals. In the event of nego tiations with other governments one of the number will be selected to act for the Diet, the diplomatic and con sular service will be in its control and if an arbitrator is needed he shall be chosen from the residents of some American republic. Guatemala and Costa Rica have not yet joined this union, but they have not officially de clined to do so. Gov. McKinley promises a reply to Postmaster General 'Wilson's recent letter on the tariff. The French government has come down another peg in the Waller busi ness. It has forwarded the record of the court martial in the case to our state department. Not much is being sai l just now by the Kepulilican organs ahout the re peal of the receipocity treaty with lirazil. as it hart already been fol lowed by a large increase of exports to that country, from si'J..iS. -.i in lH'.Ki to feiiri.Ki-j.OtiH in !!!.. which was the largest gain on record. Secretary Carlisle denies the truth of the report that his wife had written to a Kentucky friend announcing in confidence that ho would be a candi date for the presidential nomination next vear. Whili; one of the ablest men we have ever had in public life and of unquestioned purity in public relations, Carlisle realizes that the are personal matters that would make his candiilatecv most uncomfortable. There was a convention of bolting Democrats in Nebraska last week that declared in favor of sound monev. and the Boston .lournel charges )hat it was composed of federal office hoi- THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, VT-, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1895. From LaGrippe. jiojii: ro.u roiir hanujw. Wlllil Ihr I'li)li' Sny Who Have IKillKi mill !eil I'limc l!iuK'.-We Have TlKiunulKlx More lnl Like Tliem. Kupert, Vt., August II, JHII.j. Mr. C. A. Day. Supt. Wrought Iron Kan'fe Company, Dear Sir: Some little time ago we purchased a Home Comfort Kange from one of your wagons, and find it just as represented by Mr. .Jones. Ve have never used a stove or range we liked so well. It is a splendid baker ami heats up very quickly, and in the use of wood is very economical. Wishing you future success, we are, Yours rcsp'y, Mr. and Mrs. F. Sheldon. How Dr. Miles' Nervine Restored One of Kentucky's Business Men to Health. I'last Salem.N. V., August It, ISO".. Gentlemen :- This is to certify that we have purchased of Mr. Lee S. Kintner a Home Comfort Hange, and we find it just as sold in every res pect. It is a splendid baker and a good cooker. We can liighly recom mend our range to any one wishing to purchase a range. We would not take one hundred dollars for our range if we could not get another of the kind, liespectfullv, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Danforth. Shushan, N. Y., Aug. II, ltflir.. This is to certify that we have pur chasfd of e S. Kintner a Home Comfort Steef Kange, and are pleased to say it gives satisfaction as far as we have used it, being a good baker and doing all kinds of cooking in a good workmanlike manner. Mr. and Mrs. Win. J. Ryan. Kast Arlington, Aug. .", t SJl.". To whom it may concern :--This is to certify that 1 have purchased a Home Comfort Steel llangc. and will say that it answers the recommendation given by the agent selling the ranges, is a good baker, and find it a very con venient stove to do work with. Mrs. J). (i. Barnev. Cambridge, N. Y., Aug. ."1, lWl.'i. Gentlemen : We have bought a Home Comfort Steel Range anil are very much pleased with it. It gives satisfaction in every way baking, boiling and general cooking. Very truly,' Henry Thompson. Mrs. Jj. Guthrie, West Hebron. Mrs. W. D. Jievcridge, " No DISEASE has ever presented so many peculiarities as LaGrippe. 'o disease leaves its victims so debilitated, useless, Bleepiess, nerveless, as I.iGrinpe. Mr. I). W. Hilton, state acent of tho Mut ual Life Insurance Co., of Kentucky, says: "In 1W9 and '90 I had two severo attacks of LaGriupe, the last one attacking my ner vous system with such severity that my life was despaired of. I had not slept for more than two months except by tho use of nar cotics that stupefied me, but jiave me no rest, 1 was only conscious of Intense mental weakness. aKoiiizitic bodiiy pain and the fact that I was houriy tirowini; weaker. When in thiscondiiion, I commenced usinR I)r Miles' Hestorative Nervine. In two days I began lo improve and in ono month's timo I was cured, much to the surprise of all who knew of my condition. I have been in ex cellent health since and have recommended your remedies to many of my friends." Louisville. Jan 22, ISM. I). W. Hilton. Dr. Miles' Amine Restores NOTING. The Medical legal congress like it wt it at any would be loth to part price, lours rcsp with Myron Pethbone, Mattic Squires. Rupert, Vt., Aug, .'!. Mr. C. A. Day, Supt. Wrought Iron Range Co., St. louis, Mo. Dear Sir: This is to certify that we have now in use a Home Comfort Steel Rauge, which we bought Mr. Jones, one of your salesmen, find it just as represented, and, sr. perfectly satisfactory. Hoping may have good success, we arc, Yours rcsp'y. James Jennings. Miss Mary Joining Kupert. Vt., Mr. C. A. Day, Supt. Wrought Iron Range Co., St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir: We have purchased from Mr. Jones, one of yum' salesmen, one of your Home Comfort Steel Ranges, and. so far as we have used the range, we find it perfectly satisfactory, and just as he represented it in every par ticular. Yours resp'y. Mr. and Airs. h. Ijoveland. This is to certify that we have had a Home Comfort liange in use for over two months and find it gives perfect I satisfaction in every way, being a splendid baker, doing all kinds of cooking quickly, nicely and with very little fuel, compared to what is neces sary to run a cast iron stove if we from could not get another range just like and I 't wo would lie loth to part with it at : far, ! " reasonable advance on the price vou I vt' paid. Wishing you success we : arc. Yours resp'v Mr. and Mrs. L. II." Woodward. I Bennington. Vt., Mr. and Mrs. C. L HuM Straflburv. Mrs. and Mrs. N. C. Hard. Manchester. in West Arlington, Vt., Aug. 5. IStlo, To whom it may concren :- This is to certify that we purchased a Home Comfort Range from one of the travel ing salesmen (J. S. Palmer i. employed by the Wrought Iron Range Co., of St. Louis. Mo., and are pleased to say that it has given entire satisfaction in every respect, is a perfect baker, etc., and the furniture is perfect in every respect. In economv of fuel it excels any stove or range we ever used: and further, the salesmen do liusincss in an honorable, straightforward manner. and ive cannot see how anyone can complain, as the ranges are sold at a uniform price, and give satisfaction in this community, and would cheer fully say to anyone contemplating pur chasing a new stove or range, get a "Home Comfort. " if. G. Buck. Mrs. II. G. Buck. This is to certifv that we iiav use a Home Coin Tort Steel range and like it very much we find it an excel lent baker and in fact doing all kinds of cooking in a good workmanlike manner. We have found the range as represented to us ami vcy cheer fully recommend it to any one desir ing to make a change in a conking ! stove, we find that the range uses less wood than any we have used. Jane A. Casswell, Greenwich Johu,G. CassweJI, Mrs. John Wilson. " South liloomficld, N. Y.. Aug. :. Having used the Home Comfort Range for two years, I can most heart ily recommend it to any one of my friends as lieing the best range known, 1 believe: a perfect baker, and not consuming one half the fuel my old stove did. Verv trulv yours, .Mrs. H. M. Fisher. Salem, August Wrought Iron Range Co. Gentlemen :- I bought one of your Home Comfort Ranges and can say that it bakes well and cooks well, and that it saves fuel. Yours truly. C. K. Johnston. Bennington, Vt., Aug. i. lsiti. We are pleased to sav that the Home Comfort Range suits us in every way. The agent was a good talker that sold it to us, but he could not talk good enough to tell all the merits of the range. It is a very small fuel con sumer. o can do a linking with one stick of hard wood, and it is the most even baker wo ever used. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Morse. Bennington, Vt., Aug. 1S!I.". We purchased one o the Home Com fort Ranges July tith, and we are pleased to say that it is everything the name implies "homo comfort." It is an elegant baker small fuel consum er and a first class heater and suits ill every way. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Evans. Hydrants at the H-pnf. Kditorof the Reformer: Sir: I want to call the attention through your paper, to trie urgent need of hydrants for tire purposes at the de pot and vicinity. Twice lately a part of the fire department has been called out to extinguish incipient blazes back (of the coal sheds and store houses of prominent business men. Kither of i these blazes while small in themselves j might have caused damage to the j amount of many thousand dollars, i had they not received prompt attcn- I tion. As a matter of fact it took only about -'0 minutes to extinguish the j last blaze, but it took fully that amount of time to lay the 1KHI "feet of j hose required to reach from the near-j lest hydrant to the lire, around cor-! ! ners. uphill, do'vn hill, over tracks! and around platforms and the like. I ! What would lie the result, if any of, ! the buildings in this locality should j I take fire and the tire departments; should be delay I'd ill this way': j Probably the first result would be i the loss of the building, and perhaps; Imuilings, second your tire depart- i ment would be severely blamed audi criticised for delay, where doing as well as any department possibly could, j Third, up goes your already high' insurance rates. Isn't it time we had hydrants in this locality'; What is needed in my estimation. is one hydrant on the green by the passenger depot and an other one below the freight house, though possibly one could he sufficient. The railroad Co., ought to be induced to pay half of the expense. As a cit izen of Jbattlebo-o, and a member of the fire department, 1 would respect fully submit this to your approval. and that or the honoralilv Yours Truly, Francis W. at New V....I, f'ilv Inut week among its other interesting features had a full discus sion of drutikeness. The consensus of opinion was that alike in this coun try and in Kurope the decrease in drunkenness has been marked during the last hundred years. A full view ot the facts warrant tho assertion tliat the progress has not been caused Jiy laws which attempt to make tempeiance compulsory. And it is ulso admit ted, in contradiction of the argument of the prohibitionists, that the de crease has been coincident with an in creased use of beer and the light wines. The try election in the south divi ion of Kerrv Sunday resulted in a de cisive defeat for the llealyite candi date, though this district was sup posed to be one of the strongholds or the faction. The McCarthy itea accept it as proof that the sentiment oi mo counlv is with them and they taiK oi a nationalist convention at Dublin to authorize tho ousting of the Healyites from the parliamentary committee, .u anv rate they should end their sqiiui)- bling during this recess unless tney wish to ruin the Irish use for a full generation. The Ohio Republicans opened their campaign Tuesday with a grand mass meeting at Springfield at which Senator Sherman presided and en dorsed Mclvinlev for president Mc Kinley and Kx-Gov. Foraker were also speakers and the former eulogized Foraker lavishly, hut elicited oniy a sparing return. Kx Secretary Foster, tho recent counsel for the Chinese government, says that the mass of the population of' that country, especially the common people, are not particularly hostile to the missonaries but the recent rioting destructon of missions and massacres are the work of the literati or pro spect ve office holders and ruling class. Furthermore : The war with Japan, which retailed In a liu iniliiitiii i.eiit'.e anil the less oi' territory, has creatlv weakened the imperial nuthurity, ami ihc. ill.-haiiiliiient nf i-everal hundreil llimand Iniiip.., mostly without rercivliiic the pay due them, has aihl'eil very inai'h to the prevailing diM'oiitenl ami itlsord'er. The New York Press has made a canvass of the concerns recently repor ted by the New York World to have in creased wages under the new tariff while they reduced them under the McKinley act. Quite a number of the statements appear to have been erro neous while in many others there are obvious quibbles as to the time and the causes of the reducton. Hut as a general fact still remains true that wages are on the upward plane now, though the change cannot vet tie called more than a "restoration" of the pay before the panic, and there was but little increasing under the McKinley act but a large number of seven1 cuts. The World's statment in general outline was true but nc cessarly defective in detail. The political gossip from Pennsyl vania is that Quay, who is now com plete master of the state, w ill not let Cameron be reelected to the senate because he considers that he has been twice deserted by Cameron, not only in his recent light out Ml years ago when he went for the state treasurer ship as a vindication from the charges of embezzlement against him. It will be interesting if the Cameron dynasty after 10 years of rule, is overthrown by a morn unscrupulous boss. With all his faults no one ever accused Don Cameron of being a thief. One of the remarkable men of the generation, of most extraordinary versitility and resources of knowledge and thought, died Ittst week at Lake Coino in Italy, in Wm. Henry Hurl licit. He was a native of Charles- town. S. C where he was born in IH'27. and with his brother, Gen. i Hurlbert became an anti-slavery man! in spite of his birth. Jle graduated; trom Harvard in IV! i and from the Divinity school two years later, pre paring himself for the Unitarian min istry and writing several of the hvmns VOL. XX, NO. 7 -.-rt his Position. That rua; happened to a Cf grocer's cleik, because he couldn't in-' customers to take an inferior V of washiny powder in pUCt Pearline. The grocer said you can't sell what I want y0. sell. I don't want you.'' ahv it doesn't t;u very wise woman to f,.. whether this was an hi- grocer. And a woman enough for that, win, likely to insist upon having nothing hut Pearline. nothin" "as yood as" or "the same as " Pearline, thee nal in iact, the only waslnng-compounci. n tney send' t something else, send it back. sw james rvi.r., Ncwy ,i ft -f 7 2X4 SOXS OF VERMONT. k (' Partridge of Rutland, late United States minister to Ven ezuela, has been invited to attend the conference between Sir Kdivard O. Mallev. chief justice of British Guin ea, arid George Wilberforce Grant of the llritisli commission, on the Venez uela boundary ouestion, to be held in Washington. Prof. K. J. Colcord. formerly of the Vermont academy, and later superin tendent of schools at Rutland, has received the appointment of professor in history in the Pennsylvania state college and will assume his new duties at once. Prof. Colcord is widely known in educational circles in New England. Asa Lyon Hatch died at Providence, 1?. J., recently. He was a descenilent of Rev. Asa Lyon, congressman, judge, councilor and Federalist leader in Vermont in the early part of the century and one of the most potent personalities of our history, exercising a wonderful sway in Grand Isle coun ty all through his active life. Mr. Hatch was a i.ative of Grand Isle. He graduated ; t the, University of Vermont in 181."i, and was subsequent ly a merchant in New York city, A Itoiiiaiice of HlHtory. Commodore li-aae Hull, I'nited Niateti navy, onee hail a narrow escape from becoming the brother-in-law to lien. Itolivar. tho South America liberator. The connnoilore's wife's sister, Miss Hart, In 121, married after a rmirt ship of two weeks, lleinan Allen of Vermont, who met her lirst when he ealleil on Commo. ilore lleli to arrange about saililiir in (he fri gate I'liiti-il states to Chi!!, to w hleji country Mr, Alien was aeerneiteii as inmisier. . wur'i sis ter, Mi.-s Hart, sailed with Mr Hall and Mrs. Alien lor Chili, when Ile.il ver was captivated by her and made repeated oners of marriage. wiiii-n were reru-ed. Here is vine ot the ro-inaiH-eset American hltorv. Armv and Navv Journal. Sept i, We havealot of L'hUtirtn't, Misses' coats left which the ivay from $2.50 to 7-30 ev choice now for $1.!H ench. f,J weiffhtfor school or church ,! from now until real winterue For more than a hundred years the Shakers have been studying the reme dial properties of plants. They have made many discoveries, but their great est achievement was made last year. It is a cordial that contains already di gested food ar.d is a digester of food. It is effective in removing distress after eating, and creates an appetite for more food so that eating becomes a pleasure. I'ale, thin people become plump and healthy under its use. It arrests the wasting of consumption. there never has been such a step forward in the cure of indigestion as this Shaker Cordial. Your druggist win he glad to give you a little tiook descriptive of the product. Give the babies I.axol, which ii Castor Oil made as palatable as Honey, bailiff's ird Crosbv. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian newer is, unouestionablv. preservative of the hair. curative of dandruff, letter scalp affections. adv. Hair Re tiie best which still appear in hymn book. lie was popular preacher, but soon left the pulpit for editorial and literary life. He was for a number of years on the New York Times and its head for a time but lost the place because of j one of the most amusing blunders in newspaper annals when one m.irning ; after a late supper he mixed up two editorials about a battle in Italy and the aspirations of youth. Then he was on j the World, mid the editor during Jay ! Gould's ownership, making the most j brilliant paper America ever had. Af ; ter the purchase of the paper by Mr. Pulitzer. Hurlhert went to Kurope, win- j j ning a brilliant success itiKnglish social i and literary circles, writing a book in the pay of the Tories against the Home Rule case, as he had previously ! one on France, doubtless in the ; pay of the Count of Paris argu-! ing that the public was not at all the thing for the I rench : but both were learned and elegant productions. Other works of his were "Gan-Kden" in lf-Cit. "Gen. McClellan and the Conduct of the War" in lSiit. lie was credited with writing the famous Arthur Richmond letters which ap peared in the North American Review, against Cleveland. His career wi-.s spoiled by a suit for seduction and breach of promise brought against him by Gladys Evelyn, the actress, in which appeared a lot of letters of the most disgusing obscenty. Though the hand writing was aimarentlv his. ne swore ami convinced the nirv Siigctrd li the fituieo (iamcs. (Krum the White Hiver Junction Landmark.) ; It is one of the perversities of i human nature that sometimes a farm i er who wouldn't loan his next door J neighbor ten dollars, except upon an : endorsed note, is willing to risk sev ; eral thousands in a gambling scheme the Unitarian I confidence I brilliant and 1 'hom he i:cvc whom he knows- game with fellows r saw before and of absolutely nothing! Col. Carroll D. Wright statistic ian and federal commissioner of labor has been appointed to the lirofession- Slauyhter price now on , oar light weight Ladies' Cun Xow opening Fall and J("i)i: styles in Coats anil Capes for: coming season. Ion all M that we ha ve garments wh kha in style and tit. Women's Wrappers we sellmM of now than ever before. Mm some reason for it. We try have the best possible value, ti the best shapes. Fall styles in Cocheco 1'rinU to 10 yards lengths only, o c a yard. lablefull of odd summer te stufs 5c yard, to close. Clearing price now on ullli weight dress fabrics and ftt silks. Fall and winter stylti Dress Goods now opening- most everything is rough fj for the coming season, both dress fabrics and outside f ments. Special value in Sight Gown TOc. 9Sc. and $1.15. Special in white Skirts at i'i w Xew medium weight for m fall wear. Jersey underwear 2.1c and 50c. I.: Catholic uni has accept - ship of economics in tin. versi,ly at Washington ed the chair. The Grace faction on the state Demo-racy of New York declines to walk into the Tammany parlor or to make any compromise with the wigwam. Pluncrn T.if. ft, t for regulating Wick ; Its Lift Attachment A for Lighting Without J Removing J Its Screw and j v" ' J READY 1 LIGHT Chimney : RDtOVlffi CHIMSEVT Z with other Original Improve-"-1 ments, combine to make the IMJLLERI lady wav WIRIS WKtKt ALL fcLSt tAAS. 4 ii I A Beat iwt ormp. Tansa Good. VM 1 1(1 J In tun Sola tT dnwOTRt.. iff 1 MM . -was caput,. Woke team v 1 l N captainew - 4 I ever 9 ders ill the ratio of 10 to 1. Consul .loli, who represents the Hawaiian repulbic, has discovered in Chicago a plot to overt ln-ow the re pulbic and restore Liliuokani to the throne or set up an entirely new gov ernment, lie says that fililiiisterers ape lieing recruited in Chiewgo for that purposrj b'tif that detectives are track ing them ancT'at the first hostile move they wilJ lie arrestea. Hood's Pills cure sjck headache. Rupert, Vt., Aug. M. Mr. C. A. Day, Supt. Wrought Iron Range Co. St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir: We are using one of the TTitmn Slts.nl P,inirna itiniln l.v- Ih.t I Wronolii- Tr.m '., loimo, v .f t "l.,,i,iu ! Journal. Mo., and so far are much pleased and j : like it better every day as we get more acquainted with the mode of working over it. We find it an excel lent baker and quick heater and tin best stove to keep fire we have ever used and just as represented by Mr. Jones your salesman. Yours resp'y Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Farrar. "Madam. " said the ) derer. madam. I am a roamei ''aroma is. I gue of exprcssingit. " the polite Indianapolis ; To whom it may concern : This is to certify that I purchased a Home Comfort Range of the Wrought Iron Range Co. over three years ago in Iowa and find it to be just as recommended liy the salesmen. It takes less fuel and bakes oiiicker than any range or stove we ever used, j I make this statement in justice to 1 the Wrought Iron Range Co. who are 1 now selling ranges in this section. ! Abraham Reynolds, I Mrs. Abraham Reynolds. j liattenville Washington count v N. V.. July 31. 18!Ci. i Manchester Sept. 7, l.SUo. J inis is to certify that we have now use one Home Comfort Iron Range made by the Wrought Steel Range Co.. at St. Lniis. Mo.. anil we are more than pleased with it as it gives the most perfect satisfaction in every way tloing everything we have ealleil uh.ii it to do in the very best 'ssibo manner and with a verv moderate use of fuel, if we oould not get another swore and convinced thn inn- tho It is also! they were written bv a mvsterio'us pri- I . and all ! vale secretary Wi'lfm.1 ' M, ti, ; name under which the relation' with the actress were maintained who had i lie-fact d wan- , the faculty of perfect imitation of his WI-itilHr SOlltKCiliont .I..,. ul. ...... Well," remarked the middle aged ! wore such thnt ..:., I. judy was instituted against, him. but I his Tory official friends let him es-I cape and he has since been a fugitive and wanderer upon the earth. All his days there have been accusations of kleptoinonia against him, ami there i i;,i.. .i i.. -i ' mm- uouoi uiei mis man, one of the most learned, talented and I captivating .if his time, had a side j of unmitigated seoundrelism to him I and his is a character that has several times been portrayed in novels, j In St. liuis the electric ears have a , fender which is picking children, I bicyclists and even hoses without in- i',,p.. ln 1,1. : 1...1..I. t. :.. . , j...... .i, i ,ii..iuciuiia a lender is in i use so safe, it is said, as to be troub- i lesome. in that street bov thr,,,,- Superior to All Others. t VAN DOORN & MORRIS, BRATTLEBORO, VT. BUY OF ME, SIR, I have sold three of mv buildin - on Forest street, but have two me ones lelt. vt ill sell the netK at ?iLli(i. or the two together at si These lots have the right of way !: three different points, and are fn'-r front and ten deep. H. IS. JOSSELYX ftf 93 Grtrru G. H. BOND DEALER. IS" ALL KINHS OF COAL DELAWAKE and HUDSON, ALL I A SPECIALTY. OFFICK AT Geo. E. Greene's I)rus Store Ck'k Fiices. OM T.nnklnrr Vr;mm M Ornaments. nll ( )i;it- or un.-ihin,. Bronzed or tiiltled to looL n tiioxr nnif tit. OT d oilier way. done at mv shop, Kvther liloik, St., liraitiebero, Vt. I s. o. Sign Paintst Come and see tiie StylM NewEiifflaufl Pianos They are like New Kng land people--not all outside show. Their chief merits are within, and they must be thoroughly known to be ap preciate!. Our terms to buy or rent will suit you. We have the largest wareroonis. most styles ami greatest as sortment in the world. isit 200 TREMONT ST., BOSTON. At the Valley Fair, Sept. 25 and 21 Worcester Salt Co. of New York City offer th following generous prizes : if if ,brVh'.!'lV-,,r sw,rin- hfchest in Creamery luittor exliH it N.ltod w.th Aoivcter ilt, :t prize of $10.00 will l,e given. 1 the I nit tor isodi'inrif socriiol Lti.,., :.. i ..... ...i.:i -.i ii- -ci- ? vi, in vi camel y umici oaiii Hod ,ih oree.tcr salt, a prize of $5.00 will ho given. io the luittor seoiin.r thn i,;h..i .- iv.- funTg'Vi'Th femurs! W,ter8a!t, a prize of $d.00 i 0flVml. To the huttor coring SCcond highest in Dairy butter " " oieoMer salt, a prize of $4.1 in use in other cities mav i.icL- ,....l nil-but tin- victims would pn.bablv be i more often dead than alive. " fxlfil'it. i-xlii'iit. While in Chicai-,,. r fii. i I Kahler. a prominent shoe merchant of I Des Moines. Iowa, had quite a serious : time of it. II,. u,k such a severe cold ; thnt he could hardly talk or navigate ; but the prompt UM. f Chamberlain's t ouch Jtemedy cured him of his colli jo quickly that others at the hotel wh j had I had ods followed his exampM-an.l j half a dozen persois ordered it from , the nearest drug Ht(,ri. T(,v vw fuse i their liianks to Mr. 'Raider for telling then, ,-. to cure a bad Itl so j quickly 1-,-r sale by K. K. Durgin. Druggist.-adv. .00 is offered. E. CROSBY & CO. RESTORED MAHHiinn PILU e kh V t ft II fee It 1 "RATTtKIWRO, VT. F 1 zr out aso '" " " r niHow nam utabk. li '