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v Fine Carpets. f Those who are refurnishing their houses at E this season, either wholly or in part, will find it well worth a trip to Boston to inspect our extensive display of the choicest t varieties of Imported Carpets and Oriental Rugs. We have for years made a specialty of exclll- siVC styles, which are owned by us, and cannot y be obtained elsewhere. P The present tariff (which only went into full effect Jan. l) L has combined with otlief causes to greatly lower the prices f of all carpets, whether foreign or domestic. E John H. Pray, Sons & Co., 658 w Opp. Muylnlon (Street, BOSTON. TUP! REFORMER: BRATTLEBOKU, V l ., UliVIKW OF THK WEEK. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1895. FALL MS m 5 VM UHl'iS ETow Ready ! See our Dunlaps they are admired more than ever this season. We like to show our Goods whether you buy or not. S. W. EDGETT, BROOKS HOUSE BLOCK. A Woman Tells Her friends wlien she sets a good th in if, women all over town are telling about those SAILORS I'm selling at prlees ranging from twenty-live cents up, according to quality. Sec them ? MRS. W. H. PHILLIPS, 85 Msiiii Street. "NEW prices -ox- I can sell Delaware and Hudson nil rail ' Larkavrana Coal : Grate, Egg, Stove, $5.25 5.25 5.50 Chestnut, 5.50 The above ix for spot cash and Immediate delivery. We think that these prices are worth eon- dertiou. BARROWS & CO. SOME BARGAINS 1 have a number of Second-hand Carriages, jn mtii ti.ii. etinrle ami double, anvttiinir al. most that you want; Harnesses, single and double; several Horses, to be disposed of at oner, at a barirnin, to make ready for new stock. I shall at once add Sew Material, overhauling tt-t whole business, so hat natrons 01 tne BRATTLEBORO LIMY Cm Always flnl th beti Rigs that the beet of first Class in Every Particular. BRATTLEBORO : LIVERY, H. M. ADAMS, PROP. the old John Uav stand. 1 If 3 af -E7- BOND, Undertaker and Embalmer, Xo. 9 Tyler Block. Telephone. JWSsii. TAILOR-RING is not a niere inakiiii;ot' men's gunuum It is !i seientitie i-uttinjr of limtiTial. ex pert workiiiiinshij) in the various stiiges of putting the parts together, and the ability to lit any iignre perfectly, the result of artistic taste and long experi ence, fins kind of tailorinjr enables us to make stylish suits, and when to this is added sound judgment in the buvinsr of cloth at a close ligure, we are giving customers the best of value. Leave an order for a good suit at isJO and up and realize want periect tailoring is. ' Ladies' Outside Garments cut and niadi Also cleaning and repairing. Agent for Lcwando's French Dyeingand Cleansing establishment. F. H. DAVIS, 82 Mais St., Hlt.VTTLKHOliO, VT, GrO TO FLETCHER'S MILL FOR Ltith, Matched Spruce, Chipboards (all "Trades), nnd spruce and Hemlock Bill Lumlier and Boards, At Lowest him Prices for Cash ! Am also in the market for anv kind of lliiildinsr Contracts.' "VtT. II. FZiETCHEH, 57tf ItK-ATTl.KBOltO, VT. KAILROAD8. JOSTO AND MAINE R. R. Cnnnerticut River Division. PASSKXGER TRAINS OIXU SOUTH. Leave Itcllows Falls, ' Ilrnttlclioro, isoiitli Vernon, M tiroenlieid, Snrinirfield, New- Haven. Arr. Sew York, p.m. p.m. MO 2.85 l.ni 4.80 II..VI 4.3 4..W .1.40 U8 f.10 a.m. a.m. 4. "in s.i .Vl K.4J .V.ill H.4.1 S.ill 10.1(1 7..VI 11.4.1 .: 1.S5 11. :U 3.80 a.m. p.m. PASSENGER TRAINS GOING NORTH, leave Be lions Falls 14.10. 3..'i2. B.55. Ml in n m daily.) ' Arr. Windsor, i.oo, 3.35, v.so, (11.59p.m., dally. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM THE SOUTH. ti.oo lii.oo p.m.p.m Leave New York, ew llaven, Springfield, Greenfield, I'.raltlelioro, Arr. Bellows Fail6. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. 8.00 11.00 4.on 6.40 10.10 1.0.1 5.S4 S.15 14.1.1 3.30 S im 10.44 1.44 4..14 .15 11.10 4.10 8.4.1 10.10 11. .15 2.4H 6.30 10.&5 a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. nallv. PASSENGER TRAINS FROM THE NORTH. Leave Windsor. 4.05. 7.40 a.m.. 12.2.1. s os s in p.m., mixed. att. iifuows rau, e.su a.m., 1.17, 3.52, .10 p.m., mixed. Sundavs. leave Brattleboro for Stri,.rfii4 J.30 a.n.. Leave Springfield (or Brattieljoro.' 6.00 p.m. old ivohlh. Ail Important Xcw Low in .liiail. One ortlie notoworlliy illi-t:ili cs of cliiihiti- In .laiiiiii Istho law pasted al the. liisliincu ol the eiinicror, which makes children ol the. imperial concubines liieliitlhlu to tlie throne. It does not exclude (lie present heir, I rinee lorn, since its cllocl is not retroactive. I'lincc Horn is Hie smii of Yiltiljrliiiini, one of the em. iiernrVrolirlllllncs, mil lie win no we ; reluii Willi such a hll'lh. Tliis poliitn to the In- I lure itoillii ol strict iniinotrainy and Ihe Mo-, Injr away with eoiieiihlniiKC. . ; Freall Ai nu lilnll Oll( 1 11 pi. The London Dully News publishes 11 despatch from Kars savinjr that fn'sh outniKes have lieen iwrpetnilcd 'in the KrzlnliMiid district. A hand ol brijrancls ntlacked, 011 Auk 14, a com pany of Tlli kMi ireiidiirnies, killing n sergeant. Thc'relore, the Turkish aulhoillles, without makiliL' anv imiuii v, decided that the nsuailants were Anneiiiaii revolutionists Irolu hciuiikh, who tnlcnileil to release exalted Armenian who aru Hill in prison at Kara. A Torre of loon 1 ur. klsh troops was sent to Keniakh, and live vil lages wero pillaued. Five thousaoil persons were rendered homeless. Men were tortured and women assaulted. Four 1 Histories were sucked. It Is reported that the Turkish minor olllciaW lnt vo formed an iintl-l'hi lsllan society to slaughter Christians li the 1'orto accepts the scheme uT reforms the powers Insist upon. Another Hnuib Attempt. A bold attempt was made Saturday to explode a lioinh In ltotlisclilhl's bank in the Hue L11 lltte, 1'aris. While the business of the day was at lis lieiKht a man walked Into the bank carry, inc under his arm a bomb lo wlileh was attached a Rented fuse. A detective employed In the bunk was standing near, and, s:rlnnlni; upon the man, seized the bomb and extinguished the fuse In time to prevent an explosion. The wou'd be bomb thrower was arrested and taken to the police station in the line de rrovence. lie is about 4.1 years old. lie relused to tii e his name, but indulged In the usual anarchistic boasts, dci'larinir that others would succeed where he had Tailed. Reports stale that there are Sum deaths dally from cholera In Peking. The Berlin LokidanciKer learns from St l'clcrslmrL' that the nihilist scare nrevalllnt; In the Russian eupttal has heroine very intense and the measures taken to protect the emperor nnd other members of the Imperial family siifrirest a return of the davs ranklnir the worst period of the reluii of Alexander III. The summer palace park Is ruined and the e.ar is guarded at his every move. Restores Gray Hair to Natural Color "More tliiiu a year uro, my hair boL'tiu tuniiiiff gray ami lulling out. Tlioiitfli I tried many wme dii's for it, nothing I n-sed satislieu mo until i uoiimiimeed to use I w 1 LrJ Hair Vigor After using one liottlft of tin's lireiiiiration, rny hair was restored to its natural color, and ceased failing out." Mrs. Hkuzmaxn, 351) 1:. C8th St., 'ew York, X. . Prevents Hair from Falling Out. ! T11E WAIt IX l l l'.A. ! Severn I SnnlJillliiii y Hntlles A Spmllsll 1 .tlnuni rc HivalinK That f I'ort Arthur ' The Ileeislve !!' Api oilrhlllK. A XKW LEASE OF LIFE. IN (IOOK IIDALTII i n 11 11: V HA KM AT or si;vi:.TV-a;u. 1 omlel fill Uti nvl'IT of "i'lToltli-llrelinio Well In Tvo .llimllis After An Illness of Six Yeiu-s. (K10111 the Iie(!isler, New Haven, Conn.) , one who has lived and then, alter J 1 ill 11 (i. Manger, editor uf tlie Sun beam. Seliunntn. Mo., win) liiinn'i.1 (irovi'i- C'levelanil fur the Presidency in Nov., lssj, nliile lie was Miiyor of llulViilo, X. .. is enth nsiustic in his jiinisi' of ('liainberlnin's Colii-. Chieri! mid UiiiiTlm-a liemedy. He hhvp: " I have used it for the past live yoars ami eonsider it the best jircpiirat ion of the kind in the market. It is as staple as Ftugiir nnd eotfee in this section. It is an article of merit ami should be used in every household." For sale by F. l-i. Pin-gin, Druggist. ailv. XKW WOltldl. The Iiitei-iiiitiiiunl Ynt-lit Knee The Y'an kfe Wins the Mrs! mill Is lleiiten in tilt- Sci-iiiiil Only liy Aeelileill The t up Here .since ls.11 Will Still Itriualii. The llrst race of a series of three be.-l in live between the Hritidi vacht 'alk yre 1 1 1, and the Yankee yacht lelelider lor the Americans rue, the token uf the championship of the world, was sailed alunlay outside ol sandy 1100K, and resulted In a victory for the I lelender that was in some respects the most notable known In the lonj; history of Lnlish attempts to build a better vacht than the American- could do. The .-all was lifteen miles to w indward and re turn and the American boat passed over the course In elirlit minutes and forty-nine seconds less time than the Valkyrie, or by distance measurement about two miles ahead. The day was jul such a Ihe llrllish boat was particu larly lilted to improve to her lnt advantage. he was built forll.u'hl and variable winds, and these prevailed, not blowing more than cif;ht orten miles an hour at anytime. It was 11. t over a knot brece at llr-t and tin? aik rie leil lor the tiit half hour, but as the wind freshened the liclriider lorded ahead aiMli'toi- tinucd t. train. In the l.'i miles of windwaid work the lietendcr bi-at the 'alkyrle three min utes and 27 seconds. Ktiiinint: home, witli the breeze iuarteriiij, the llelender was Tour min utes and .V! seconds belter than the llrltish cut ter. .More than twenty thousand people watched the duel, cheered its varyint: phases, and; broke into a n-emendou pean ol triumph when the victorious yacht crossed the tlnish line. Meani added to the wild deinunstrations ail its boisterous hoanuas- The s ml rare was sailed over the same course Tuesday and the Valkyrie won by a nar- ; row marifiu olViT Fcconds, but the llefeiider pro tested the race and the cup committee took the protest under consideration, and awarded ihe race to Defender because of the foul. Hut her captain says they will refuse It and offer to run the race iifjuln. A few seconds tie. fore the slartiiiKirun Jlhe two yachts, manoeu vrinij for the windward position, fouled each other. Ilefender's topmast stav was carried awav, her topmast curled over and splintered, and thcrealtcr she was only a cripple, force 1 j " her usual sail at any lime in the race. Karh rlmrired the other with Ihe fault, and probably It was only an accident, and vet llloliiiil llliabre to use all the sails tlie Defender outreached her rvalfoi-2u llilb's audit w;i. hv so close a mar- trin she was beaten thai the Valkvrie's victory was barren of rreilil. No one rail rlalin that she Is Ihe bet boat, or halo much doubt how the nut of the l ace- will result. It was in Au;rul, IsoUha the Yttnkeesltiop America, built lor and owned by I oiiiinoiloro A ,1 Stevens of the Nework X'a'cht lull, won the cup for the recovery of which the nlkyrle ami eijrht preilecesors'have i alianlly contend ed. The course was round the Ule ol I'.'UItt from t 'owes, n di-tanre of some thirty mile-. Kijrhteon yttehts ,-tarted In the race, but the America ill-taneed by i.even :nilc-her toremo-t pursuer. In Is.'o Uitt cup was presented by t ommotlore Stevens to the New York aclit club, tlllit made a prize open to chjillene by yachts of all nation;.. The wnininvr of thecu'n oriin.-tliy. and il surces-iul delen-.e, are re markable events in the history ot aitiatie sport-, and con-titnte a strikinif' tribute to the skill of American varhl tliiruers and stillors. As cool weathernpproaches Ihe lljrhtinif ki-ows harder In (.111111, ami the Spanish troops more nccresslve. Itelitfureeuients to the number of 2.1,1100 have been landed from Spain this week, and more are to be shipped the middle of Mo. ber in pursiianre of ticn Campos' plan toeru-li out the rebellion bv brimrlni; overwhelinilnr forre to bear at every point. The ronilns win ter will lest decisively tlie slrenjrth of the rebeltt. If thev can survive the supreme ellort Spain Is now maklnir, they can be reasonably sure that Ihell coliotiest Is luipos-ible. The fah rainpaltrn open' Willi considerable ndvantajros in their favor. 1'rartirallv the w hole island, except a ten lurtllled towns, is In their po--es-,on clear up to Ihe two provinces nearest lo Havana at the we-tern end. ne story 111 llavauna is to be the eliert that I attipo- so reau.e- the dilUt-nlty of Ihe la-ktliat helms asked Ihe home frovernineitt either lo send him forthwith loo.oou more men or to (tram the island u separate iroyttriiiuelil. several lleree battles have been fought lately, t ine.of the-e was near llaioon tie la- aua-. Thtr in-lirirent.-, coinnialidetl by Cieii- All'ouio and Jose Maceo, miniln'i liis- :t,"si men acronlini.' lo the ollirial Snanlsli report, were deleated by s.Vi Spaniards alter s hours ihilitliifc. 'The iiisiir. veins claim that the result was that they cap tured a lomr train of provisions, ammunition and moncv tor the payment ut troop-, tliii-ut-rotitpli-hliijr the purpose 0'. the battle. Another lltrlil at Mata near Heniedlos has slmilareoiitllct' iiisT report-. The iii-tirrouts rontiinie lo blow up railroad brl.lires 11s fast as the', are built and It i- verv hard to iret news from the Interior. The raitks'ol the rebels are swellini; to irreat propor. lion-, and hundreds of Spain-h soldiers are tle sertimr and joinliiL' tlie viieuir. There are re ports that 1 rto I'rineijie has been eJtpturtMl bj- the rebels anil Sauliano tie Cuba is rompletely fcurrounded by the iiisiirreuts, w ho will soon at tack It. lien lionie. today has the irreat l'rovlure of Camasruev eoiupletely under his romniaiitl. He eontrtils the ratlr.iad to Nueyitas audit lit! has nut cai'lured It surrounds the city of 1'ueHo 1'rincipe with a well equipped army ol over six thousand men. Tlie ln-urrents ninler Je-us ltab caitured the tow 11 of llalre the other day. surprisinir the ar-ri-011 i'litv. six id lite Spanish soldiers joined Ihe liisurirents of their own free will. The others preferred their liberty, which was ulfered to them alter their arms had been taken aw ay, Ittlt ."panish reenforcemeltt- soon arrived undi r eu i.arrhto - known on account of his cruelty as "Y.ilinaceda," onetifthe greatest tyrant Ihat eer,ruled Cuba, drovethe rebels out and beiran a siiiupiiter riiallln the I'ort Arthur massacre in point td bloodiness, ihe Spanish tr.iojis slaiis'htrretl all who happened lu the way not even spariiifr tuoftetislve citizens attemptliijr In tlee. Senora Manue'a Vera was compelled to Its.k on w hile the soldiers butchered her six-year-old dauirhler, Juaiia, after which they ended the mother's fren.leit irrlef by puttliifr a bullet throiiirh her brain. Aenorita Dolores .Madera, a yioniif izlrl, wa hunted. A placjtrd wss pinntsl to her dress, whicli read : "Death to sympathiz ers witli the ln-urgcnts!" she 1- said to have been betrothed to a yoiin: Cuban insurgent ot lieer, and for that reason she was made a vlrtim of Spanish cruelty. Did women are old at lilty ol n relllnry .1. .1.111,. 1 -inii.i-itu' ri'L'ui'ns henlth and vliror niu-t bo reini'rileti with a feeling akin to wonder. A Sew Knirland hulv has been louud who has hati this remarkable experience. In the family of Clarence V lllianis.a t lie-hire farmer on thii'Meriden road, Cheshire, ( t lives Miss Cornelia Cornwall, a lady suvonty-lhreo years of aire. For several years .Miss Cornwall a lieallh has been tlecllnlnir very nipldiy, ''"'"-d bv a ircncrnl tleblllty. Her friends feared that tlie respected latlv hail not loin.' to live; but a kind Providence directed the nited lady, and in 11 newspaper advertisement Miss Cornwall read about i)r. Williams' l'lnk I'ills-u few boxes ol which she iiroruretl at once, and with the result that Is best told In her own words. "About six years ao," Miss Cornwall bejran, "my health coniuicneed to fall. I sintered from loss of appetite and pains in ilillerent parts ol niv bodv. My condition irratluully irrew worse mitil mV limbs ere apparently unable to bear my weiirht, and I could nu lonirer jro up stairs without the assistance ot some one. "I consulted physicians woo presei iot .1 clues for inv blood. These I ojntlnucd to take itirseverarmonths, hut without any effect. 1 he sense of feellnifin my lower limbs seeinetl to be leavlntr me, aim i noan 10 leai uttti in "i" r less to look for n cure. I was still sutferinij ter ribly Troni the pains thi-otifrh inv body, w hen 1 chanced to read tlie story of a cure that had been effected with the use of r. Williams' l'lnk 1'ills for Tale I'eople. i discovered lhat the town ,t,.,..rut i.,.r,. tool notii. rot- sale, st) 1 sent Imme diately to the heatliuartersln Schenectady, N. V id secured two of the boxes of the i'lhs- -Last December I commenced usiliir the pills reirularlv, and a month after I hail been taklnu them, I tell irreatlv benelltetl by their use. The teelinir I v limbs eiinie back airaln, and in two months I was able to iro about the house us 1 had been iiceustoined 10 a year belorc. ow, as von can see, 1 am en)oylnir irood health. I he ti.-triorlti my f jtrt- was removed bv the pills. A iiumbcrof inv friends In the ncitrhborhoud were roinplalnili of symptoms somew hat similar to my own, and I recommended that they take Dr. Williams' l'lnk i'llls. Tliey dbl so, and thev tell me tit.it thev have been verv much licnclitcd by their u-e. ' I Mill continue to take the pills, Ihoilirh there is not so much ncecs-lty lor them at present. As a piirilierol the blood, I roli- i side- the Dr. lllinin.-' I'illk I'ills 11 Woiiderllll j iiiedir.iiie." I'ilik Till- are sold by all dealers, or will be 'sent post paid mi receipt of price, .Mi rents a box or six boxes lor v!..'si Ihey are not er sold ill bulk or bv Ihe loo) bv ilddres-ins Dr. Williams' Medlrine'co., Sehellertady, X. V. V KB SI fX T V ET I :lt A X s. Commander Moiiuhan, of tlie Sons oT Vctor tins, has 1 appointed Hale 1. Darllnifot 1 els a Jtiilne Advocate: Clarence L. (,ray, Oluui, Color SenMint; II. W. Olllelt, lliinlinvdon, a hie for special duty. The resignation ot . . "at; point as fleleirnte I" the C.iinniaiidry In chlel h.o, lieen aeeepteil. I'a-t Division f o and. .r I . s. Fostoraii'l siuirtion Arthur I. Jlowo of llt.it tlelioro, ami Past ( apt. WAV. Lnpolti ol llarre, have been appointed assistant Inspectors. ItOSTON MAKKHTK. fancy etiws, lives, i'ii a IW; yearllnps. li a three years old, -'" country 1-4 e per lb; ,4."t; sheared ;in 11 (Hie; tlairy Janib skins, Live Stock Mitrkrt, sheep and Lambs-ln lots, J a 2..V1 a :i each; extra, a 4 .ill, or from -.' a I I--' e per lb, lambs, 4 a .1 I i. tat I loirs Western fat swine, live a c; Northern dressed ho--, .' 1 i c per lb; stores, re tail, 1-Vi a ."1. Market lleel-A few choice, f() a l.M; extra, .Vi" a .'i."."; llrst quality, 5 a .VJo; secoinl quality, 4 a 4..VI; tliln! quality, :i a :i..'hi. Store Catlle-Wtirkinir oxen, per pair, ironi iii0 n 140; farrow cow s, lo a 70; milch cows and K11 Hi; two years old a ii. utiles. Tallow ami Skins Itrlirhton hide n s 1-4 e per lb; tallow,;! a 4c per 11 hides, (' l-i a 7 c per lb; tallow, 2 a wool pelts, none; can skins, :i e skins, 2.1 n its' skins. Oil a 7's-. Veal Calves A little competition ami values well sustained, a (roott 111-111:10 m 01 per lb. Common arades 4 a .1 e per lb. Itntief c-pniiiery. Vt extra. '2v: ereillliery, N Y, extra, 20; creanierv, northern firsts, IsalH creamery, eastern, IsalH; creamery, western, 111; ereaiiierv, western lirsts, liials; ereaniery seconds, 14ai."i; tlalrv Vi extra, Is; dairy N 1 ami Vt, lirsts, Unlii; tlairy, X V.and Vt seconds, lzalHi tlalrv X V, and Vt low grades, Wall. Cheese New Vork extrasaS l-4e: Vermont ex- tra, s Lias Verinolit firsts, li 1-JaT l-i; 1 er. intuit seconds, .'iaii; siisre, s 1-iah. Potatoes Aroostook Co Ilebrona, J-'ia.T.'ic ; Arooslock Co Hose, :oa.'l."i; X II Delimits, M; X II iiose, :1.1. Corn steamer yellow, 4i;a47e; steamer, 4."m4 No :i, 4.'ialii; stooil, no srrade. 41. Corn meal (Granulated, per bbl.i 4oai .W; coin luon, per lib), ia-i ti.'t. Oats-No J clipped w hite, is LJaifr ; So i ellppetl white. isa-Js I i: No 1 white, 2s 1-2; No 2 white, 27 l -'ais; No .! white, 27a27 12; rejerted white, .''lain 1-2; No I mixed, iCai': 1 2; No 1 mixed, i.'i I -2aio. VARIOl'S VERMONT MATTERS. A Womnii nml KIE f Tiniiiim Dt-ntl. (irm-yv K;i1-it, a U'illiiitnr-lmrjr tram for more limn 1 yi';ir.-( ilk'-l ut New York city ::ti Hay wliilo watiinr lir an ainbulum r i-urKfni. UiitT WHS lIH'ktK.llH'li .1 UlllilO, Hll'l tl)( H t ut W'ilMitiiburjr iHanU'fl litin n tin- kinjr of lraiiip.Kat(-i'r not ou!v hat wfiiithy rt'lativt,luit coinc ol (hum hvhi uviTiiiiicnt Kitlons In tr many, llv fi'rvo'l In tin Ktam-o rnsliin war anl tl mih I ini'ttiilri fm- ineritorioiis van- lint. After tin- war (he ilUtinetititi lie won in the variolic cnuaeiufiit? ntalo nun ii'fl mi trowi thai Ik touk littli' no. in.' of his rrlaiivc-. He dhl wmu'thiiii; whit-h ofrcii'lfl tin- ticrman yo iTinnent ami cann; to thl- rotmiry anl ln'came a train), Jlo fiiibarkfit in tin-iiirnitinc lniini', but h ii i' for tliL' lilr el a tranio t iui rni'it, ami Iti1 II011 illr Iriplr Triicily. A triile"tiafly oivum''! near .Sullivan, linl, Thurtiday ntfilit. .lainirs Ward became in volved in a nuurrel with Aaioti and John Hunter, liif lather in law ami Iirotln!r-in laH' re Kpeciivtrly. ile stabbed them to death with a hujru knile and then cut oil their head. These he kieked around the ground in foot bail fa.-h inn. The alarm xu iven and a uiob iiirsned Wai-'l. Seeing that rapture wa? inevitable, Ward rut hit throat and died almost instantly. Tlie cause of the ijuarrel is not known. Mrs Fleming Helil. coroner'. jury at New i ork cltv Tue.- The coroner'. jury at New York cltv Tuesdav rendered a nuii-eoniuilttal verdict, but Sh Klemtnir was held by tlie otli cera on the charge of murdering her mot her. -Mr Hliss, by poison two weeks utfo. The police claim to liave recured more evidence tending lo show that a former lover of Mrs Hemlntf in implicated. An arrest if ex pected. The poisoning was most skillfully done and evidently by some one who understands; cneinistry better than the alone would be likely to. There was a larjre amount of stnrnr nii.ei with the clam chowder or broth, and that in I'rot scheele'H opinion it was put there to din putse the metallic taste ol so lare a quamity of uineniou. acid and tartar emetic. The mixture was well calculated lo keep the poison-? pendant j in the broth un it should cool oft, and to harass any fuhsepient chemical analysis. Four youitf? Japanese be In n -in k to the Japan' ese legation at San Franciwo were fatally poinmed last week at a Chinese restau rant In that city. .Soon after taking a meal there they were taken violently sick, one died in a lew houri and the other later in Knitf nf all that physicians could do. The mipposed cause wan the hatred the restaurant keepers have of all Japanese because ol the late war. Nicolas I'ierola was Inaugurated president uf l'eru with great ceremony Monday. 8an Jose, Cal., had an f:0,n() tire Momlav in her lumber works. I utiof illation from t ain rr. Ur K.lwatd W Ibirnette of li:.Ye-t Thirty' fourth ftrci't, New Ynrl, is dyitir troni cancer About eilit months :iifn a woman called nn I r liiitnette ai d complained ot an irritation of the toiiinie. The doctor applied nitrate of siive with his tinker. He fliaved himself r-e eral houi later and scuttehed his lelt cheek. Ili face be came r-wnilen ami a cancer developed. The woman whom be- had treated it was learned, stit- tried from cancer, and her tongue wa? afti'r ward cut out. She was inoculated by ucinir a spi'akni' tuiic iti the house of a mau'who bad iludfrmn complete chain of inoculation frmu cancer had been e-tabiiflied. It was a point on which phician3 dini;reed. Iten Harrison M;Kee, no lomrer "ltaby" Me Kcc, lloved himell poess,ed of pluck and a cool head by the way )c acted when his little cou-in. tiie daughter of itussel Harrison, fed in to the lake at hoild's ( ampin the Adirondaeks on atunlay. The little air) fWi from the dm-k itito ant.ui '.o leet uf water; Hen McKee heard her cries, ran to her, grasped her by the arm, iylmr down on the wharf to do so and held on until asi-tauc came to lift her out of the water. The towns of lloderiirue. and Abactor, in Mexico, were wiped out of existence last week Thurnday by a cltuui-burst in the San Bias mountains, back these towns. The water rushed down in the valley in a tremendous tor rent, sweeping everything before it. It covered the ground to a depth of nix feet, nnd the flood WilH from mix to nine miles wide. The business houses and residences of the two towns were built of adobe, and thev melted awav before the torrent of water like so much sand. 1 he town ot Ahaslor had a population of l.w. The inhabitants saw the torrent coming down the valley in time to make their escape to the ad joining hills. So far us known there were no lives lost In that'place. although not more than llfleen houses are left standing. The Osceola mine near Calumet, Mich, is afire ami "in men and bovs now positively known to have been caught within it, mut have lont their live, for the entire mine t tilled with gas that wonid be fatal. The lire mav last for several months. It it the opinion of some of the otlicials of the mine that the lire was the work of an tneendiary. Thev sav there is no other explana tion why the tire started in that part of the mine, as no oil, waste, or rubbish is accumulated there, and the timber work is out of reach of the lamps on tiie minerb' hats. Snake. The K-scx Junction Kagle tells the following snake vain: Mr Kollin Smith had ouite a hvelv content with a spotted adder the other daw It crawled into the kitchen and Mrs Smith threw hot water, thinking to f tighten it n ay. His snakeship relented this familiarity and sprang toward her, but with that woman's weapon, a hroom.-tick, she succeeded in killing him. The snake measured two tert and ten inches in leuith. j liui-gliir Arretted. Kred S Urew, the thief who has beet- dniug ex tensive burglary I usiness in the northern part ot the idute, was'captured ht't week Thursday and lodged In the st Johnsbury jail. 1'pon eioe'e ijiu'-tioiiing the pri-oiier confessed that the property was hidden under some stones near a certain hoiii-e in Monroe, N II, ami i was lound that there were "i:t watches, inanvjof them gold, twenty or thirty dozen spectacles, gold pins, etr, worth in ail nearly $lD0n. His name it Manches ter and it is tjuiteprobalde that he is one of the gau, and officers in this and adjacent counties are an the lookout for others of his kind. Itert Sia-, while at the top of a .'HVfoot elec trie pole at llarre Friday morning, lell to the ground, breaking both legs and several ribs. The accident wa cau-ed bv the breaking of the pule. Thieve broke into A. N. Mapp's, i-tore. at liifhlord Frldav night, and stole a ouantity of clothing ami shoes. The orlieers are on their truck. Mrs. s. M. Iloldcu has been appointed po?t-j master at Mount Hmly, vice Havid Horten, re- I moved. j A little -on of F.Tripp of Fast Charleston w ho was rilling on a load of sawdust witli hi-I tather, was thrown oil ready to be run over by the wheel, yiitck as a cat he turned, caught hold of the f Kjkes and so rolled up on tlie w heel till he could spring to the load out of harm's way. The little fellow is only six years old, liy the will of Miss l.ydta I'. Fuller, who re cently died in Hardwick, ut Ihe age of 74 vears, Sunset Home lor Aged Women of St. Johni bury is given tlie bulk of ber estate and is ex pected to receive therefrom $-,. m. John o'Neil of Kat Imrset. a brakeman on the Ilcnnlngton and lEutland railroad, fell down whl e coupling freight cars In the Rutland vard Monday morning and the car wheel passed overhi.- right leg a little beiow the knee. The accident was ai:ed by his loot being caught In a hole as the two rait, came together. Mrs. John Kusscilof Kurllngton wa attempt tug to light a lire by means of kerosene oil, the "ii "" Aioueu ami ourneu ner severely. Janes Teach and Chin Foo. Chinamen, es caped from the houe of correction Friday. The men, who were given uiuiMial llbertie"-., weieset at work in the prison yard shortly alter dinner, and managing, one wav or an other, to avoid the vigijanec of the keepers, climbed the high board fence and escaped, lioth men w.re the regular prNon garb, ami, as tara- known, had no other doting u-ith them t Inn rno was rerving a sentence of three months lor smuggling iiiniselt into this country and hud worked out two-thirds ol his time, reach was serving alike -entencc lor iarcenv and had throY or tour more weeks to tav. Foo i- '-'it year- old. live feet lour and a hall inches high, had hi head -have. I and wore a w hite cotton -hirt. He had no hat at tlie time he lell. He can speak verv little FnglNh. Teach is g years old. live feet eight inches high, weighs U.i pound- and has blown hair, hrown eye- ami a pointed chin. The authorities oiler liberal rewards for the capture of the men. The normal school ;i Kandnlph begins the year "Xrti with fair prospects. The library and cabinets, w hid! were alreadv in gond working order, have received manv additions during the pa-t summer amia telescope has been or dered. The entering class i?. an unusually large one, representing 17 towns and eight counties in Vermont ami including one member from Canada, A small dwelling house lhat belonged to Henry Fadett was burned at Tittsford Friday evening, with the contents in the upper part of the house. The loss will he about $mhi; injured. IA M I'.KH MAKKKT. Hemlock boards, rough, a il; hemlock boards, planed, ll..'iu a iJ; hemlock boards, No J, 7 n H..io -jtru-e boards, 1-t, clear thnrt lit a n; spruce boards, 2d.-, clear l!(wr, li a 17; ppruce boards, coarse, It) a 1'2; sprue, nor do, cars, PJ u Ji..Vi; spruee, matched, l;i.7.i a 14..V). Short 1 u in ber. - SJi ingles. Fa stern, saw el, cedar, ex, .-i.;u a -'.'.; shingie.-, do clear, 1.2' a shingle-:, do Jds, 1.7." a 1 if; clapboards, do4 ft ex. ;Joa .'W; clapboards, do clear, 'a.'M; clapboant-. -Jds clear, -'Z a 'u KNOWLEDfl!, Brings comfort and improvement anj tends to iiersonal 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' best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles euiuiatcu iu too 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 pytaii, dispelling colds, headaches and itvs and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millionsiux met with the approval of the nwlieal profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. byrup ot f igs is ior saie oy an drug gists in 50c and $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 t-ubstitute if oflered. ( vJHairVigfcr FOR NATURAL COLOR F.&I1E. The days are growing shorter and you are lighting your lamps earlier than you have been. Xow if the chimneys smoke up quicker than you think they on -jlit to mid the wick are crusted; ft ibei;ause the oil is none too good, and you want to use hetter. We think we can suit you. We have put in stock the BEST OIL there is relined. k will cost you but two cents per gallon more than the common, and that is nothing when you consider the satisfaction F.AMLE NEW GOODS. When giving in your inoruinu's or der for groceries be sure to iucludea bottle of the Cider Vim-gar (Jerkins of which we are now making a display. These goods were packed liy the Brattleboro Jelly Co. this season and arc one of the fes things which cannot on. Trv a buttle th.it be improved up- 1?". cfe IMC. E. iwt NOW IS THE TIME TO lit Y l'ricps very low. Apply for prices, nml save mouoy liy Iiuviiik your Coal of J.H. KINNIRY, Wln.lsor.Vt The town of (irliller. Coffee ounlv.. Kim. one of the lernilniiis of the Ititrlinton liraiuii of tlicSantu Ke mllroait, mul hnvliiu a imputation of 4IW, is ii wreck, with not a sinjtle iiiinijure.l IMMlfi: ill IIM-OIIIHICK. .MOH Ol IIIO OIllllllllirK llllll all of the utock of jooils of every ilepcription are utterly rnlneil. A wind anil rain florin .Momlav iiiorniii).' ilhl il. Twelve Inches of water fell in an increilllily fthort time. Hot wenthcr proves ilcpresbin).' to thone wIiom lilooit is pour. Sui h people eliouhl enrich their blooil with H. mil's sarfaparilla. ailv. VERMONT PKOPLE. lion Xoriii.in .1 Allen filed at his home at North rerrislmrjcli Momlar inornlnif at ll ocliHk. .lie I ire Allen was liom at I'heliis, On. tnrloconntv. New Vork. Mm-i.-n i.k iii ii.uiierwas 101 ivrus Allen ami his mother, j Sally Helcher, slslerol Col Kreiierlck Kletcher of st .lohiitlinry. Ills home was in the Kletcher family at Woodstock until leavlnjt home lor Kansas hail the worst rains of her liUt..rv i i,r,.n,iiicn. . .. "I S-,lr,l!.,. M..n.l. Ham. ri. i ' t 7 ' 7 ' '""r im.iiirsp ineil Ol llllll ui.,,,11 ihhhik IIOU.ICO ami ine inutre Ol .1IIII1SOI1 COHMIC tracks of all rallroails leiolinr Into the city are waslieil away anil trains tlelayeU. Five persons were kilted and three Injured by an explosion of dynamite at ieehts r errv, III miles front liiiliuijue. In., vesterdav morn iii(t. A hoy lirliiL- at a tarceteatlseii this ax-plosion. as assistant onrt and represented rernsinnyn in she legislature In Isss. Judite Allen was twice married and is survived hv a wife, two sons and one daughter, Hon M K Allen and Stoddard X Allen of North Kerris hurph land Miss Anna C Allen of .Morjramoii, X C. The funeral was held Wednesday altemooii at 1 o clock. D. J. FLAXDER8, Cm Not. lltii, 1. PlH. AgU Is Genuine Salt, and all Salt. Sal lolin It Koi-.-iiii. tlirouyli his nttornevs, (ieorirc W Iteliervlllu and It K Itrown, h is ln'ouirhl suit nvaiiist the Consolidated Klwlric coinianv at l!tir,im;toii f,ir iniuries received hv him while In their employ last sprinjr in palniin.- the ton oi poles to which electric wires were atuicheci, Ills hands coinlnK in contact with electric wires I .ii in i ii u: thcin lo such an cxlcni that he has lost the use of them, and rendered iinahle to per. lorm any nianiial labor. A I. Miller of Iterliy l.lne win before Tinted Mates ommlssioncr Crane Tliursdnv, cliarced with siiiufKllnir parls preen from' (ana. la. Miller was held to appear at the October term ol the 1 nited states court at Rutland. Sunderland Hollow In W lnooski was the scene of another attempt at highway robbery sudav in cii eriten irom the liuslies, seized the bridle ot Krank Vilas' horse and or. i ered him to throw up his hand. Instead he drew Ins reyolferand lircd live times, smashinic he robbers' lurk-lantern. The robbers prompt Iv returned the tire, emptying a revolver three times 1 ui-Ihk the tray the horse became fright, ened ami the saddle turned, tlirowlnit Has . he IJ.,,d 'l'V'...!"" ."r: ,-,, . V i.n.K k, me wooils. M as went home and shortly returned with nu TOhbeis was to he seen of the The foiirteentli annual convention of the New .... ....... . assiH iaiKin is ic ncheld at lturllngton Wedncsdav, Thursdav and Fri lay. 1 a pers were read, among others bv Prof rramim "rn '"""f ' luW Crandall, of Iliirllnptoii. The IwellliiK house and barns of Edwnrrt Golf u f .',,,i,'" ere biimeil Tuesday eveeinir. lliedwelhnir house was the most costly tarn house In the iowd The barns were full of i,av and (train and the loss Is larjre. line IKiuglass of Wen ( onroni E. w. IIAKLOW. Manager. VERMONT SPRING COMPANY. NEWFANE, VT. This water has a decided effect In relievinc Ihe system of nil Impurities of the blood, such as .Scrofula, salt Itheiiin, Kczcnia, all Kriipttons of the skin, t rie Acid, etc. It is almost a siieciiic In enroLlr Itlieuiiiatisin. Diabetes, ltiicht's )i. ease, liravel and all forms of lllailder Troubles Many of the above diseases have been cured bv freely vising- these waters as numerous people will testily. GKO. II. I'AYXK, M. 1).. Huston, Mass., May ?, irtis. The follow 111).' Is a statement from one of the trustees of the Windham Savilij-s Hank ItiiOOKi.iNF, Vt., dune sst'h. ISM I havereadthecardof the Vermont Mineral Sprlntr ( ., and the letter printed thereon from : o ;,,. -." -'"'r .andc :, .... ..v-n in, i in 11, e ,i ..oafH.a therein nieniloned to have been cured by the ii ,,,.V.v. i ' , . " ",VV m ""'tiler. Sarah , " , s"oiien amies and sores .. muv iincr simie ol Hie Vt. Mlneralsprinirwater.and she drank and bathed In the waiter an.l was entlrelv rured by its ,,'e water,' ti not loii,r aiterwards and his skin was assmooth I lme lived in lirookline a greater part of mv lite, and am a brother to Ilea, c o su.1,1,1,,: Townshend. Vt., who h. used tin- water ior year, for kidney trouble. I , seventv'" John B.Stkbbws. Wholesale price, miarts, I..v a dozen: Pints 1 per dozen. AdAress. 1 EKMUNT sPkivi: TIIE BEST STEELROOFIIMC AXI STEEL CEILI1TCS, THK J. W. HOSFOKD CO., S4V1 Greenfield, Mss; Race Record 2:15. Sire Madison Wilkes. 2:243-4. My Georjre Wilkes, 2:2: dam, I.adv Maii.le, by Younir Trustee. Linden was foaled .luh- 2, Issc, a rich liav'-i color, stands l.V.', and' welu'lis 107.1 pouii-U lie is of kind disposition and ins coniirniatmn If of the best. Linden lias proved himself a eax race horse, and his record of 2:1.1 is no ituiit o: his speed, as lie has repeatedly shown .pianers In 31 seconds. lie took thvt i.reiiiinoi .iv.-r .1.. .Stallions at the Valley Kair. lirattleboro. Vtr iiiont, Iswt. lie is a verv attractive hor.-e.an-l has many admirers. Linden will make the season of Isij at lirattie boro, Vermont, on the Fair irroiind-, where !it can be seen after Mav 1st. He will be in cliarcc of c. C. VVIiicheeter, Xo. 1 Chestnut St., lirattie boro, who now has him at Ills stable, with a line Linden colt. Linden Is ircttinjr some verv nice colts, whliti will no doubt be heard from later on. This undoubtedly be the last season that the puMic w-ill have an opportunltv to breed to I.iii'ltn for $-.-).iio. Circulars sent on npplleatlon, L-iviuir peMiirrw, Sc. Ad.lress, j. E. CLARK, liolyoke. Mass. C. C. WINCHESTER SStf Xo. I Chestnut St., lirattleboro, Vi. CO., Xewfane, Vt. 4-tf attempted the other day b, mi,.,, 7d le uuderTl S wheels He had one jaw broken, sevira l teh knocked out, and was badly cut and bruised Kdward II linker of Rutland, was thrown and rode as far as the t hurch street rrws mf a hlch sK-ed aud he Mru, k on hi. hea.i, l.rk,L luK one cheek Inine and crushinK his skt' ll. Miss Plilla I. Howe of Rutland, fell from a of feellnir , rfv,l, at home, wa thj' LTiw that paralyzed the enpineer of the , onii Wmnd nml train just this side f H,,,"' -ark hist t rlday, acc.r.linK to the Iturllnrton News The train was stopiicd just in ,i,0 S ve The alri " iim. nir line itMitc, unit in pni.n,-ii.. demande.1. The fanner said tha a'iTr cut, and It was found ZSrVto m.lSSeZ .vh, ivi iram to Have You Noticed how badly your knives and forks need M'.auug. nr can nx them, and our Hand-Burnished Silver Plate fin i, .i , , i,i oiei-i Knives and forks. tth ,lMV 8wur thelu- ean luaieinem so they will not need Kem ' e"P t0- Are -VOU in t g BRATTLEBORO PLATING (0., 40 K'"' sw, Hrnttleboro, Vt. f. F. RIClRDSlIi; Have lit mt the business former! v owed "i '. ".Cliamlierlain, and the stables arc now ojien to Boarders and Transients. st,lduf;anT2eh",,,U,e be,,rr h -y orme,Tnas!.V?TliT,e,", "n Harnesses, Blankets. Whips And all ollK-r II.TW iio,u, , w have new and weon.1 hand Coicoits, Tdp crnmm Eiprsss waoa - Price t .:, ,he tra.ic. Call and n. . I ,f 1 1LOOD, r.rrmm.. American Silver Truss Remalnt where placed antf holds rupture perfectly. cauEin) In many cases a complete cu". It Is cool, durable, clean ainl simple, being composed 01 ere continuous piece of metal wire withoutnuts, screws cr ratchc.f is easily adjusted and so light and comfortable the wearer ettes forgets his ailment or that he has a truss on. The hips and back art absolutely tree frcm pros sure, hence miy be worn day and night. They are equally suit able for infants or adults, l-e Silver Truss has received t-e hearty endorsement cf em nent physicians and surgcorii i England and America. FOK SALE nr P. H. HOLDEN & CO., Druggist,, Brattleboro, Vt. aratTOrt htbw: i'B'W! New Shop. New Coods I an; now ready to make all kinds of H.iniesf "' """"j " leep on hand astoi kof Kea.iy ......ic- iiamees. Wasliinir, tilling and Reiialrina a ieeialtv,ali at Roek lt..ttoni 1-rirea. I have I'ine, Spruec and Hemlock Hoards, alw flank Joist and 2x4 for sale. . H. KNAPPf Mtt Weet Brattlelioro. Eyes Tested Tree I DR. W. S. BURROWS, Optical Specialist 7 MAIN ST.