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VOL. XI. NO. 52.
REVIEW OP TIIE WEEK.
OLD WORLD.
r?" Herbert F.iier.r, v,.k
ur LST1 -- hv :
THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, VT.. FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1896.
TARWrS VERMONT MATTERS.
K.volllma; Bratnlitle.
, 11. n hlonj. i4 i uv. t.iu -. .
J wane are im eiitmiuuM lu i k:ai t wr ia ktim
r - k- ia.i or formou- i "frio uat
wife, tad w. V cant hi
-ctomufui ! ... ' '
Tbe room i.
evere Mrort-te had u- b.,- (
r-i ante beea killed with nrtMiZTZriJ. I mrlBdiae ' ""f.1 A" alwd.
tr!;,. .:Mrr a.lr.. ,y"'r"M
.VT ... k.iT i ""' : Piete ,m-:r,."5 " "rawed m
( f tbe Prim- of a ul rrai.tusjiCT
W. M. Harney w annotated postmaster at
Pamaatebr ?satirliy.
Hir vel. Raeeo at Barre.
The retiit of the rare of the Birr DSsryeie
etob at 3r0Jte La; mrk sugnUf aa a
follow:
One mue nos-ire-E. Barr. (m: J. C. Bamett.
aerond; Lerov Bailer, third. Time J.4.V
-ae-kaU mue open 4 utut W!, firt; L.
C. kooiita. eroo.i ; E. W. looser, lair-i. Time,
ijoseT. in; Ctarenee
t .. - KI.KUUMW tr f .. . ....
v seea h-tooa. i named Wedaeadar to ', k.i.. . -. ,1r tard it tae HnsT I -' -
--. t Krvr,. ot iwiiur. Ma A .k. . t " pwim 13 u.fr. . ,, i .me miie ODen r.. v . c i
mm ami nuliMil k,.. . t.iT7-V;w? !fwta WkUki. .-. TT ! ""iJ. eoo,!- Peter Fruler. UunL Time.
iwnaiirk. The rerem took plar ui ta ! SI!" " ifl all arer i the ii?T I -Flr.e m: T- w rti larvi-
tsajieire.ai, iraiBaaat aaiacc. i - t a oe oOcaianL it M telle..,! i.. i . k.x.u, 111111, t. turr.
IM a caniattuee af tke Hoe ef
AXXA IVOR'S KEQITST.
Personal letters reach Mrs. FLnkhas
br thousands; some aakingr adrk-e, mud
tirv like the foilowin. telliojj 0f
what LyJia E. Pinkham Vegetable
Compound has done and will ever con
tinue to do in eradicating those fearful
t euaait
t ot Cat ttoy la taaire law cite rm laur .T,.2Tl."rt5' '. eapeaia. aa-i T
jjwe at tae 4iat, ru.1 aaaaa.tea rrr.vZ ; -iLijo . .'VT . V". tae
It ii taa teeti ICaodea a talij aeoaai ! a.or-iere.1 kir hr " f" ered e 1
we V- ik raw. . M.e beea a temtr JZL twT..""!! ! U f eoererttoo t-vr tae iwrwwr vf rr,a
I "tnTr ,m "w aln . R.u aiTji'tm-i 1 -ei.l rrianaais. bus roapiete.1 ku
' ' .' tae tiawiaaa u riw r ... hti in iKi ar.t. aa4 wiil ir
Faarta. TUae. UJu.
RIaihn4 at tka Hmm 0 Cr-
rmt...
Tac biwlnwi!, "Poiiarl.' arfevfe U kept at
SEW WORLD.
Kaa a Kalft Tknk Hia Heart.
J'ea M. Do, T.f Soma $eaheak. S. H at
in eaxlr aar arapiaT awrata KaMxtl aat
iirowa Be
: J-ie pesetracoi tae eider Brm t kean.
jeata eanaiax ahat U atiaotca afterranZ
loe aea fcaf beca drlakiaf aad tae tram. 1.
to ka.e beea the reaui l aaienMa acme
.lite ta walrh Dow waa auxe tae batt of te
j (Mister ai aaawriaf adTaaee. BeaMea
im aal hwg beea a tcaa betTeem thea.
Dtaa Reelected.!
bea PorrV rHai ni la week eierteil tie a
.rjii'taxu Tate to the at PreaMeat t the
Me.tiaraa repab.Se foe a ifta term, some tiate
wr a aaaaber at riTai wen 4eaira af eater.
.-t the aeM tirainit him, hat taer rat tiarar
ixeii a tae day far tlw elenaia ap9roamael.
Tsere waa mo reBos ia an; part ( tae eoaa
vrr to taetr aseeai tur favor txv.tr. Ia Feera
4ir tiea BeraanJo BeTea. ro.eraor af the
u:tl aetra teaa. wa bna$itt frwar4 aaaa
i-ctrMt tor tae preaitiearT. la toreeaeioa to
Xklz, Irat it waa isroeeretl arter a nese that be
t.y mm nii j in jeeueaa peopie ta a;, top.
..v, u... ius mjt mnt wtt innim ava. ml
itrrw
ae waa wtikxaxoa derk, aa.1 he a atiVkie
t
after .r. r .VT ..-VT" -'C! rl"'i ue
a !kaTX ae 1! Ji!tf" -''
7-"". tae eanl ta.a taai at
u,7be , .oT .'.rriir f.1
. - . - wa uih ae paia
aii t the jroanl letRkrtmeat of tae hou.e of
oirreruoa. rouar.t 1 ezerrue! two or three
J omea a week. wt orrartoa. a au U .eat
I Lata the rol' a Psae hilt, aa.1 a roee m at-ta.-het
to a rif la a ttrap arvcml PUir-V
hoir. lie la Htea toraci fce. Waea the W
I aaa foaiel the west ee ef the keepera rake.
ho!d ot the rope aa4 rapMir fotiowt the kjf.
I ia taie war tae trail u (oika'ei aacil the sua U
Ummd. Whea P-x arl rosea Bp wuhaiankaa
! he ueea all iatereat aal Iiealowa. la Borate
win be aoeaiM to tute- He ia a farorne w.Oi
aanTBlaratieaioa iotneroaerMiIiriki 15 ehiiJrea aa-i pia.t withtseia by the I
tae. V mL. the plSeaiSr laTafiSIiiS ' Theofftaiaare aioaiala a Moadao.ta.1
, .7' . . .V " aet if a ma
a tae aizat of the awnler. weattotherabrai.
Rabbery la St. Alaauee.
a the UxUea aad thea aeewie.t ta tae .Wk i '' t apparewtlr aa ear aurk for
Vo wooer aa4 he pice hia aM ahore thaa a TttlT auewiia the roooerr
bUet of wood ni ksrit i r, ' f Perkiaa a o't Sea-eirr mar a aanilr over.
Moat letelert hia rrmix .... .?T thea Joepa Iairaaujt' resi.iea.-e oa Lake
laner berree hiai aat a aaoot At 4r the ! KT ' re.i iwt time hetweea U p. at.
ivtejsa. wu aot iruei tfu-rwiiTJ ln"' ' u bot a-
pwa rrew acuaat the SntaceTJi vSl umiJl " ii oiea,al Bet aclae tthe
1 aeaart BruTaTied h1aTl7;e
kiad of waahii powder wi rmxi M i . ?r. 'T"". 1"" a prorerr aore, aa.i
eisthih waa, ail nearer aaiOtt wu a. hS ' 10 b,n for ' oar, aad
wtie al it at kw. Later ea e-r waifherf ! rtP" "ere jarrer thaa auai. ewiar to
Braat.aa.the w hVeT alrSf w?rt Tae i H' P la ha rah box aad
wtxeaotaeairttof thewarder aaSpot it 1 a ' w" ."f1 'J001 '-- ad when he retired
oortet of water aad throw a iarre uitaantr of
I tnt,twi.limt powrier a top af it. Tat aataor-
" CtUM ttwt hr fnuB . k. a. .
. -"- arw uu nr rvine u
1 bt T9iAr, uue Ukae uj hre bees
AiiAcMurt kssaHt tar it rUer, acne of
ITWM4 IB U BfrOTBlfif D
SOTI5GS.
tuo. tie u rerr aoaajar ta But awa atate. TiCTr.-r-"- " ' " " ovtoek
awSaSSrSTS wh-EL- TJa; ---S
proot 00. he ha. a reeord. aad i ataieVerTBDTS t " '""Jrt "rl ' "I
J ether Batata Nexiro haa a reeorduat raa lie i . . 1 ! The tori oa the bark door ha.1 Ijeea taaoeroi
uapare-i wna that af Utax. . - tar tae traij narau. with, hot it ta art)Oied that the Laiet eaate ia 1
female complaints ao little understood
br phrhiciana.
All womb and orarian trortblea,
IrregmlaritieA. whites, bearingp-dowrB
pains, displacements, tendency to can
cer and tumor are cored permanent y
"I feel as if I owed my life to yonr
Vegetable Compoond. After the birth
of mr babe I was rerT miserable. I
had a drawing pain in the lower part
of mr bowels, no strength, and a terri
ble backache. Ererr dar I failed. Mt
hnsband said if I would trr a bottle of
j oar Vegetable Compoond, he wodd
ftt it for me. The change was won.
All the banks ia Kansas City. M. ,
hate e?&9ii iuicg gold either in ex
change for bills as parniat of checks
or wittiarawais of deposits. The rea
n given br the bankers for the more
is that it was the evident inteotioo of
many depositnrs to withdraw their
deposits in gold ati bocrd the yellow
mftai in the belief that it will go to a
premiuoi.
SOXS OF VERMONT.
Adel S. Smith. wh din! in Port
moath. X. II- July i. a native of
w limmtoa. Aovewifr SH, l10. and rv- J
civea m euucaiMD ta tne ;.'). k- :fioU
and at BeonintiMi acailetny. In l.
toon after hi graduation from the Utter
invitation, he took np the profeion of
teaching and taught the wbool in Kin
ton and other towns in Yew York for
1 about three year, when be went to Bjo-
n. n...r ; ;. j-.li I ear. Me., and besan.ba.;ioe u a hi-
xarket this yer th- ereatest P'D ofi'naat, earrj-105 on tr.le by
peacb crop since I5..1. This year s
marketable crop wilt probably exceed
7,iCo.i.J baskeu and th whoie pro
duct cf the orchards may approach 9.
HtXOO baskets.
The road to ucce U full of strag
gler? who fall back in the procession as
brighter folks puh to the front. There
are more ra (filers than leaders a
jrreat many more, becanje there is such
a jrreat majority of yoan? men and
omen who neglect to study way and
meanj. The New London Business Col
lege. Xew Loudon, makes leaders out of
the stragglers. It teaches them how to
poih forward to the front. Everything
a young man or woman ooght to know
in a commercial way is taught according
to the very best method. Write K. A.
Bra beck, principal. If or copy of cat-
siogne.
The anthracite coal combination, ac
cording to the reports, has agreed to
add another 10 cents 00 to the price
of. coal Aug. lst Z -
.V lott state has followed Ohio
in adopting the free public employ
ment bureau system. At least the
experiment iii be made through an
employment bureau established in Xew
York city which was opened Monday
under an act of the last legislature
acpropriatiog money for the purpose.
Ohio's trial of the system is said to be
Drata mf tit Ianaur tkt Giall ' ".faars 01 Kme. .-. l ciiiaw ' . waa ta
Fir Alarm Sre
J.b Se-ljM Ganewelt. Tt, the iareator f
;iie Laateweil ire aiarm itm. dd ca-iar
cMsrhitta; of heart disease at hia hatne ta Hack
raiark, X. i. Be waa a aatire of taaxiea, S.
. - a.wari iatertsted ia t.wutjl Hbjeew, roa-
eired the lire aiarm kieawhiiepnetnaaterof
t. apdea aat hal pat ia vrAeowat m. Looi.
ia i New Orieue nhea the war broke aot, aa.1
Le Oameweii palest were reaaVated hr the
i neraateat aad dupwed of to other parf.e.
a ho atiilied them ia eererat arre rines. Dar.
:-r tae war Mr. daaieweii hateharree-f the
afe.ierate stale sitrate work Bear I'liomeu,
hiew waa theaKMtiaiptinaat of trela.e
:s the sooth. After the war Mr. taeweU raane
;-Ta, aai after foa aad eipeastre tiratsoa
Taceeeded ia reroveria hia patent, aad aa
-tare bees Rtrretr t.irar-l ta their
:.s tare-
Terrible Crtaae.
A.J. Caii aad daarhter Xettie were k:Red la
t-aastrsx wi!e eajtof Haarxartoa, W. Vt,
X w-liT moraiar. Luroe (ail mi.i die aad aer-
ra maU eitiidren are at the point of desta.
ttta Rohtaaoa It ta Jail arcaned of wardenax i
u wita a dVwht hiaieil axe. Ca!l aai kaj
rathier had their heada fevered aad tu the
cai-rea were iahed hyjrribtT. One witatah
ha.e diKrered a mdr fiw th. .rXr.i. ! tnnal tv. Tu vnilrf .HlBinf!Ai an htm.
bob of the arwy worm. On xae wtbm he ; nratiae the ease.
d not Beet IR- de.
derftlL After I had taken the first
half bottle I began to have great faith j -orking v-ry well-a Urge number ot
,-, vo, T v.. t ... .vJL. v-,-.' want to help and work having been
m it. MThen I had taaen three bortlea. ifatiified ,hu h sUte DUre8aus.
I was wexl and grow-ing stout. It is a , ... , , ,
, . ... , t Gov. McKin ev is oce of those who
pleasure for me to write this to too. . ... ...
i , , , : pay warm tribute to the late Uov.
I only ask women m any way affiled : Rusa.ii.--'He was yoong, briiiiant.
arm, akiro "T TT are jtr. im Mr. . t. . merT of Cheljea. Mr. ! . . . . . - .. . -
Bevioix. i Emery !ior a mco1 eoain aa-i Mr. Kaverr a ASA ivoa, mtsrora Jlius, tuuoa death is very sari, and he sriii be pro-
i Addie Tiiiwoa. elde daaritter of Sea. i ISt JT?Zl "tKT Co.. Vt . ; found:y mourned.
JLIiJSf'r aerearar bVw Boben A. Lee j atirtst perhap. be Biefnl to the -feetr ia ra
ieu aerwene oil, oat it did not meet t de-
ena, aeaaer did atroaoi. He thea tried f
sait aa.1 the w.tb rntre-i ap and die.1. He ant '
eaawd a sia-trow of tail to be piared aroaad
rrasa held, as: ther are bow free frota the '
A Fortaae ia a Xelnaew.
Mrf. Charlotte Edsoa. who diei at Noni 4:1.
Tharvlar, prove, to have been a raner of
asarke.1 type. Her aearest aorvisuix reiadve
meau.vt n;uwurr fatiicf oetween tun
gor and Xew Orleans. In KIT he went i
to Xew Oriean and oon aftr went up
touraud m that or the succeeding rear
established himself in mcinnati. ihio.
where he carried on biuine for a num.
berof years as general merchant and drug
gist, uunng rYesident Grants first
administration Mr. Smith was appointed
to a position in the treasury department
at Washington, which he held until
President t ieveland cauM icto office.
(loo. Henry A. Willanl and Mrs. H'ill
ard of Washingtoa, D. C. are spending
the summer at their cottage, which is of
the colonial style, and over 100 rears
old on orange street ia Xannicket, Mass.
Mr. and Mr Willard have many f rieral
in their native state.
Justice Stephen J. Field of thd
Federal Supreme court and a oeceeo
cant of the famousWestminsrer family,
has gone to his California borne in'a
very feeble condition, and with his
age, now above . it is believed that
he wii! have to resign. He has been
baogic 00 grimly for the past three
years because be didn't want to give
Cleveland a chance to appoint his suc
cessor. Though a Democrat and at
one time seriouaiy considered for the
presidential nomination he hates
Cleveland heartiiv. fie believed as
tke oldest justice of the court that he !
ought to hare been made ehief justice I
wnen tne place became vacant and '
Fuller was appointed in Cleveland's
first administration and since then he
has had notnicg to do with the president
4 I
9" 9
0
BBTSV4 REtT GRODIOTHER.
A PROM1XEST
ERJtO.VT
W.fS
Vcr
wJ!,'".;"c,iI,5fc"ti",2.'l-i- will'realixe the fact that bitter
aad tilnr Alw-HU Emmbi for p- ' :,.-....v- :. .;,.k. .1,
pwrtiafi tbie Ttrbet.
SL A '.bans. t-. July Is,
1
and that a vote for domineering, cor-
'bitBtt tne river aad tared her Efe.
. t 1. aMtgaed for the deed.
Wad tat'a Bite.
Joaa Hahwoa of CanhrMre, hi- wife aa d two
riuldrem, were eaeh botea n a kkI eat at their
are Mondar atorsiar. The aansa) hst bit
..e of tae eeiidrea aad wtaen the parent at
tea pted to drive it anray It Sew as then, laiiet
ist jaite feriew wossds.
A noiB-emaa na rat ed, bat it ru lwoos.li.le
l- sImui the eat oa aeewiBt of ia rapid awte
aseau, bat it waa taaUv diioaleaed wah a pisrh
;art. The wova-l of ean ot the injured per
Mat were eaoterUed. bat tae octcoate eaaaot at
P'reaeat be deterBs.iaeL
Jerf h Hopper awl nft of Sear Loafcn. Ky ,
tu-aouned mirle rardaT niat br down
with their heads oa the rail c-f a railroad track
,a frost of aa approaeMnr train. .Their bodies
ere focad im sext nwraink. Both bead
aere cerered. the ib-ui . from the bhmbo im
toe wnaaaa a niaanily arroa.
A eiomihorrt Tneftar en Beawa'. ereek, ir,
reawited la the drowaimr of tew per-oa.
Tbe kaadaoeae Bwner re14ew. ta Coraiah.
S H of Miaa Aaaie Laianet af New It waa
l eailr deirroved br are TtarMay nwraiac.
The pVopertT'wB iaatavd for ', throarh
the J C Tiiaaoa areneT at ClareaMat, N H.
Frank C. Tnoavaa. a pewniBent rttirea
BresaacMo, who bad a iarre farm aa-i aa in
p-wperoaa rimtautanrea, kme ainwelf Friday
or rriBa- -Iowa ax a -crrer.- p-artu tae atuic
i-j.onne r.tK-rofAifBiLrra 1 ortvuee. , iioxia ru lesirrd. The nei-xleoa waa feaad
were cii by tae tame bo of Uiiwaine at to ue .cte.l. bat bv Ue aid of a .crew driver
Brevard, . t, sat rreek. They were eaua-nt , toe rover wai lifted aad 1 J,. la t ailed
m a raa-.rTa aad ioa tiKrr aa-ier ne jtte boa U .a-i raa was foao-i iaK lt
bahe aear whxh ru a iarre oak tree. Miss 1 It u toppoed that Mr. E-isca haa avare ooaev
Tiumaa wa tnestr year. ; i-rreur.1 about tne preau.ee. In fart u kaa urea
Throarh the criminal mopi-itcr of a voaar ! hear! that ahe had a iarre na of money hxrried
man naaied RVrart livmv .1 w ;t W,. ) ai thu- bo tlueSA kt true- ae wa ka.wa t j
; two riria were killed awl a thtr-J was teruMsiv , have pceeestied ,-.uue a Iarre properrr. i.-nt the 1
1 laiarea. eeltan au heardiar ran e. aa.ih -m waiea vu toam waa tar oevoad tne ev- j yj ,, ,h- pfn,rr,.r
two altera aad a were aaraed DanBhetiaa-l ; peetaooo of aayne nao pretende-l to kaow 1 , , " f .K - ' M
i went oat 10 the Seid. Beitart azium mm ', aavtain about her atfair. ! sir: ine late v u I Cairo
j mrtof a ttneud oedthe rila a-iaarpe,one ) seat. I did not pay proper
. wi mi wa m vo wr wkoriee oa EJ pony, 1
, . . . . . . . , T . . .L . . . , . . ... . . 1 1 ru nti munmiLW aou itucei-fc cw,-,
nMmwwcMUIVDiniUltiri intutT nuiHWMaj. rv. newt-- ' . ..... . , ' .... .
aetrrwover ' iv bef vr.imaie.1 bv vt n i iirk tu I .Inct nt nnh' te affairs in the interest of " Ben a paper IJOW1
a'aenu of the SVxiwitii.u hare jat 'kei a prwu lent. The report of E b Xoore of Bea-je whole couctrv aa it has certainiv that a candidate is otteriy nnfil for the
dea. for a rroop of the rirbest tel ae in ; "J- n mr n-.i"nd. axd in this re office to which he aspires, that he is
h U Still Livlaa Down at Sea
lad.
LwadWa,
mat RrftMlnai Deeliae.
Fro-the Woodt A.) .,.,.i,., r rx-::.
Possibly the time will come when vo- . K,n ; , .f;j
I rupt and unscrupulous men because they
' wnm nviivov fKda. Ps-i.at K I tau sw arin jm fffnt
convention - "p- -
par proper respect to .nr.; -" J
t Cleveland and his administration for Pro-per.ty o. t ate-
couraawus and nocest cue
moii)vqtini-wa. ug irvw -- --. . K..t-J K .-.I - ,K,.-.., I
arer Oront'i report o.wed reretpu of T3St 1 sptct II snowevi a laca ci goou jouf.. ;
aa-l nwriiiiiTs of siiiti, leartn- id use ( raerit to fav the ieast, for President rupt political element, is there anv ureter
traiBy;trtvr Bttrcaof Benmafton, Ue f,. . down to hisutrr as reason why he should be elects than
e ; Misooort. The reported pnre fr tae prow-roe a
Kte. F. E. Clark, D. D. the faiiter of the
Lnnnai Lamruf arwir. uitfti a mvmiit 1. . ...
oa hia tonr aroewl the woffrt ia the iBwrest ef J shewed that a one naif of the tuwaeia the ! having given one of the most dignihed
the movement. He was riven a rreat ieadU 1 mai. of m or sore iafiaboaau there :it ao are j aj-d ctatesmaniike administratiocs the
Taee.iiyeventsiauMPeopie-tempie. ; proteetion; M E Orrof Posiraev rend a paper , .nT,? that trr. in
fa 4 . . i r -Rj...f . .1,-1. ,,.rjriCoor try ever baa, ami taat. too. in
Franrtsro that has reea .ieeiared amoer fartfjna i F M TiSaavhief of toe Benaianoa Sre depart-) the face of the bitterest opposition
of tne see Yoa ax-1 Sam Yaprompaate over I meat, eeat a paper on -Better f-.-re Protection 1 not ooiv from bis natural political op-j
the marder of Lee Tt M-jciav aad w la not ev.- ' in ?etah tovraa." tieo H fiarrh cf BaiMajnoa , tnr rnr h-e who shouki i
peeked taat l mrMew wlfl end tixl more biwi Kke on the oaa.lSeation of a rd aremaa ; F pocec tsb o t f roa t '
! ae.i. Aprvehaalaeenr-aeedBpwthebea.i!E;perk!n.ef Boruarvjn mrof U beat of S have been his frieods. Bat tne imp i
of liie 1 . n.t 11 4 jeauil merraaau ia tne ,ti- : a paid departaieat aad of tae oreuy of a ; at tie prsid?Dt by this convection j
tr-v their eaure faatuies are piared aaoer te ; ouu-i.mi iavervr. 11 w v.-... u uw eaa Kt , rnail Ez'jre in comparison
ban acd hairnet awa have been promsie.t heav I roveion ae hew at tae ty ef t eneaaea. . . , , -
..u t. wm. ik. M.fej. Tit. ' Otbwt vir. .krtftt . fAEien LI Mllier of to tae Itreat uurauuii. . ti.'uvfl.,, .
CaiBKMroaaoJ tee nt to tMM the raaae of Verren-sea. preri-ietit. w H Lane -rot BTi)r- icvoive-J.
quaint old town of Xew Loodoo. Ind.,
and Ber name is Mrs. Mary r . Corb.
The veoerabie lady ia cow in ber St'th
year.acd was born in Kentucky. She
makes her home with a eec-it-Iaw.
M-ntes McDacie-'s, who himself is about
' 1D rears of arc.
From Harru Weeiiv ) i Cobba first husband was Louis
for three months j Bryan, the irreat eraodfather of the
young Xebraskaa,tbe line of succession
being Loois Bryaa.Geor-re Brvsc.Silas
Bryan and Wiiiiam Jennings Bryan, i
Mrs. Cobb never saw her dtstinguished
great grand sec. her grand son Silas 1
moving from Kentucky to Illinois '
when but tire years of acre. Mr. Cobb
came to this place eight years afro
from Kentucky. Mr Cobb died a cum-
Trtawte to Rneaetl
I From the Sl A lbacs Messengrrr.
wife of the editor of TlM Graphic tbhtam
iBg local paper of Miami county, antes
-i sreta frsaafent trttfrn hearf nUnemaw
fur six years, newer palptutkma, ahurk
neas of breath, totetber with sacs es
treme neCTOiitnens. that, at time I woold
walk the Boor nearly all airkt. Wa
eoaralted the best Bwdieal talent.
ITk-f awisl fJtere arats me helparflM,
that I bad orraruc disease of the heart for
which tbern was no remecy. I had read
yoer acvertioemeat la Tna Graphic and
a year aro, aa a last retort, tried one boctleaf
Or. Mil" JTea fwra aw tttm Btmrt,
which coo vi need sa that there was trtat
merit ia it- I took three bottiea each cf the
Heart Cure sad Eestoratiwj Semao aad
tt ewaaaWefefw enrrwat su. I fewm
weUataisht. a.y heart beaia res-aiiriy aad
I nave mo mora amotnerinr speUs. I wtk
to say to ail who are sun'eruig as I did:
there relief an toad for tnesa if they wiU
only rjve -roar maedies lost on triai.'
Dr. Jfilen Heart Cure ta soi d oa a Bueltlws
swarantee that like first bottha will boaeaa,
AUdrarrHWted It at U. twttles for SS, or
tt will be seat, prepaid, oa receipt of nra
by law Im. Hubs MoOJCMi Co. tit hart, lad.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
Restores Health
. , . .1.- 1 i i. i ! ber of years aeo. since which time the
-at tae Erne -.t torn Miunii ! okl lady has iive.1 w
oi men. mis crave ana coittiroas jituctv and
ith her children in
Iedianoa.
of the fartloas. The Chinese poia-e aa-
their mtentioB to allow the arhttnf tac-
Oemt to aeoie uiia a fair witsoat iaserferenre.
i ton. K b lijEBca of Rutland. Ja
: Ponltney. R a Baae af BenKiaz-on
E Orr
and
Greeno of St Jo&nsbury, vice prettdenta
Moore or tsenainrvvB. Mrretarvt t-1. t.r
BortiBirton. treaiorer; W E Horse of BnniBS-
u-n. c H stevena of vrtnowki. J II Ixmaet.y of
Americao, a.l tnouebt of paxttsanstiip
is dismissed, the discordant voice of
politics i hushed, and all who ad-
Because a large part of his ; c,re manituess, courage, cueuty t" ,,sts io ceipiDe wlth tfce noJse
Sereot new r-."-'- "",. . day by dav. Tne news ot her
r. h party chore to take a different view ! P:"?-P- "-e 'f11'
E g of the Vital questions of the currency lod b" tfalt K
KSino reason why they ought not to of genuine Amerieax
have commended
the
fesa. c tt stevena or imoond. a imay i , . . .. .t. i.
. erreneee. 5 u Pbtip. o: Barre and c b Litue '- '" r ful acBowle-lttDer.t of his services.
: injun vn i inp mi rr ti xs. in. i vu.u mj 1 '
Last summer oce of our g-randchiidren
was sick with a severe bowel trouble.
Our doctor's remedies had failed, then
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
TT. - 1 O J a.tkAli mwa
j ei . ai,--r. -rv -.e-. ,ta4.w t-.wr sisv-eh, bt icterwij ot Ail ana to Keep
th7 bSTmedTc re ever p on the ' ! national faith to alL But despite this
-TfrtffL rVl em7ttirIts.-Mrs Te ' Earene Woodward of Barre wa tiled is a act ot injustice to the president, there
market for bowel complaints. Jirs r. . :iWia. v- Hamnt're- Frtdar. i L i .,. rwv
FredrirkstoWn.Mo. This '. r . . I... -""-v."''"- .-- - r.
to the making
meriean citixensnip.
I unite in tribute to the memory of
he found ! Wrl!i'c Eottis Kuseeit and in grate-
: She is remarkably active and well
; preserved for oce of her years, acd
ever bright and intelligent She per-
work
great
of Fair Haven, exsr&fjve eommisee.
IaL wlnatar a Mocrtpeiier Mone
ared S and a mtdeu of the town for yean.
was fownddead in ttta bel afiix-i t oeora f r.
Masonimeet maturing obligattoca in
1 manner best caicuiated to serve
the
the
the
G Gregory,
certainly is
nn ,h few riraeriterr. nam
r ... . j' l. . : 1 : ' re klrf that ha. ever beea Biaeed on le river
tner compaict.coiic iw -" . f." . erbry, aa-i uadee.1 yaehtaart Breirie.oB ' regular! elected lielezates.
certainly is the -st medicine .-.w nomination, it
r,ihlf time and the plain
directions are followed. Many mcth-
r. hare ernre-wl their sincere trrat-
itude for the cures it has effected.
Foe sale by G E Greene,drugg!S'
lDrTRIAL DEVELOP EJfT.
brotfiert
bi hia head and paJed the trtrrer The top of
Em hea.t wa baowa o an-i hedSed testaatiy.
Hi wife. rerenCT ntarsed rrom aa asymra,
died reeentlT awler peeaanr elreawjitance.
The aathdrioes were tarvesria-a-ln; the rase aa.1
e beard of a lie im bel-ire at ixe. Hia
atber died last MarrS nnder very wmiiar eon
.iitions to those arronndinr the death of : hss
wife, and it sow rial wed that he killed him.
The family here It now wiped oat except a due
pri year tL Thomaa wa ti rear aiL
The wiBslow(riat worker at PSttsiMrr Man
lav airtjt tn tnetr eonvenrion voted i par p
ite si .ie8n.iseBt per wto lav and with
draw from the ktuxtti of Labor. Tea arena
is the eorraiaathin of a atovement which ha been
at work for wane time. The Brti foe the f nod.
i.f ibe orxaaiiauoB wfll be on in arattt. The
Giaas Workers A:n:y have a fon-t of over
ua.i.nd .i the kvan. and Borirtres:
tstaa-aaf will inereae this atnoaat matena.lr. etrntaaat
2 ffle aext - - - . . i r ,
pie "",-" ,t;voelore ms.i be de- ! iavt. . These aew waeeis are a treat !- af iwed thii roM-ry
'.neved taai enuur in Irpea-ieore remeot over the oM oees, a pe.-ia: Seatare ; hi4 h,, llom.. e ot a oeid x i-e
"" !-.nr tee eiertnc r.veror eoBaei-te.1 with f 4Meri-wlw.jor,aa inventory--
Tbe beavie-d wia-l aad MTTS i tbtti. wha-h eoatrol the work of the wt-ee in Moni!a, . -a tf torfctr-f.
easy year, swept ep '"sSIrt", I seek a -Eaaaer uiat ttere t .but tit rut.?n ; tnlprmt oandia, at Bor--n,
tr;roura ?oKere Ztiwm Sa their wed- Tbt. i oaae.iafweuat. j- .fce , -rjVaMh ras ! J. it- M:-.rtu- ftu oa
West t irpaia iatt Tnta?. j renrr ksst acd sower pmat is eoeae-i--t :U L i,Mr Mi,b.-1 wrate.1 it near tae
i.ist sad taara nrotwrty "'2 X-taese wbeei. for warn an even ww x . 4tA., IW ! ae Heiue-i the
i .-.cf i. avi .trtrd p. .n.r I -ir ftr
a-.. r-rT tee .a i te d- "u i n r
aa.1
waa a Democratic cooventior bead by
rM.n?arl !rtd fu-Vafnii. The ouea-
grand son's success at Chicago found
her at the washtub assisticg her
daughter. She was greatly surprised at
the intelligence and dictated a tele
gram cf cockratulatioxi to her re ia tire.
The oki lady ia herself, however, an
ardent Republican. She says she has
been a Kenublian too iocs to chance
! her politics now.
P Heir to
GMT FORTUNE.
Is the maa who rarrfaily scans
the security nurket and persietcslly .
picks up wet! seirt-ted kits of good
' proce-ties wbewever the noarket I
i shows a soft spot.
The boyinx km already .maetw I
) ej aJtaoask will as yet, but ooa
. it will become more ceoeraJ sad
' whea it does we sha-'l see the ma- (
t teriallzhtioa of a Boll Market the ,
like of wh-h has nd beea experi-
) eaid ance Hi
, Everyth fs Points Towards Hsber
Prices.
PeaiiQilr, Ererett&Co.,
Bankers aad Broken,
A me BwildiBf;. Battwa. Mm.
Bar for eaah or earrr on maratn
tarka. Bond, Grain aad Ierrbaon.
Write or rail for snr maa
eal for Iv mailed free.
C. L. HOWE S0.1,
PHOTOGRAPHEBS,
At BwUtaartam.
From the IjrfependeBt.
S far as we have been able to learn.
onlT a dozen or so Democrats have
been found io the city who have even in ! Henry Wattereoa describes the Chic- j
a mild manner bolted the nominal jons of fam e iatf.irm as "ooen door to revolu i
the Chieago convention, while fosrUion." ' Brattlabwro Vsrmsnt.
timM aa manv Rentzhlicans have been f
found who are ready to rote for Bryan I
and --ewall.
A CaaS Nt;' Cnreaa.
turn in entktreo. It never iaiis t" : the Winwtiaywa.r.
S'"-P'"K "".-Vtl . 11 'iL'TT: ".I the vote of the ma-ority and if any
pr:utru ( rentIT ten oowa tan, ijhum iwv: - - .- , - , - -
. - I .... . . . .... , ..rf nf Ika WJIV.RlulA Id rurL.-fir.ff HI
b L- confined to ner be-i. ia this on all its delegates and their i
Tda Aibee. a Bradford r.r!. wa torowa 1 ,,atii.enti. antJ besides, this Drootsi- i A iiuie shlaia rtas 3ein my haa.1.
i'T!. iSJTSL'tL: rkritioo offreecoineha.ita,i,ocate,!i; v-itT waa
onlay cccaiac down a hiil -ise kstroatroi of j otf tbe earth. The opinions of men i A oreom. r.ar of mat Td-ew hair
tae wheel aa.i raa into tbe ban. throwjLt her , wfco insist on a single standard cf gold ' Cat from ay dartinr head.
o bp of a ae wai.. sae wa BBrtiaj-no hr , entitled to do more weieht nor as : WKat art ihoo eke. withnst tar frame of ixht.
, twoSiy,at.wiy ree...ver-a;. k . rt .ii,. .r 1,-, tn I I The aureole tiiat taade tnv tatie f-e
The doable horu..a! water wheel wrh ha f Tbe vijlase of Uariwa-k vote, to p in ear-. - in tie licht of the coinaee i Uit?:ZfirZ?j!!ZVLZ " """" ! 1 -arr.l re y. iapr-ve.!aa.i j
Sk i-wtT-U- V .tkwjrer-JJar. ftt rlt wa,i: butorv lhe l0i-Dd 1 mi Cm l,,,,,) a VV U?iSi
latet-ratiaa; Ta Barter atakera.
j A a butter maker wiil be iKrr-stei in rra-t
: i- what C. B- Prime, p roprietor of the Seahooe
j Creaater-r ef Brandos. Vt-. ha to say in reran!
i to th new Carromne Batter Iter.
1 "Carottine rive a more vnif-wm eelor thaa I
! hare ever beea able to tret wita tae &iad vux.
aa-i there i aao a wider mare in its ne. If I
make a raisraae and ret in too morb there ia no
bam dene, the aniv rkitxabie diterenre beinr a
i-aie (Wwr reliow without tbe least trace of a
red-lisA eoi-ae' fbat ma i mis one of a onrk-yard.
MAIN STREET,
x n w
NEW YORK WORLD,
THBME-A-WEEK EDITION.
1 Paa:ea Vv oek.
tua Paper n fear
i wid be to dV ( placed br Dew horixbatal wiieei i-iS by tue i in l ;1QM f tvar t r.eo o-)ea on tie
inUatiMa- It u ' -ui-weil Pierre aad -mita-V alat awpT ''Ifaw aear tne door. Ao iasescifatioa of hi.
If oce win look oer carefuiiy ail tne ; Tomnw I how my own with
iegis'ltioo for the past 35 years.be will j ! ku one Lttue rarL (
Cotl that it tas tea for oce class B.rdf thy .-rowa. thoort ttiri my Kaie Hat I
aniest the wanie tjd. m that to-! t sob i new : aorwra. pnrw ;
day -nortsage. have doobie.1 , value SZJSrT ' '
have shi-JaAQ to that extent that j
riJi tear.
I re pi 5 to 4 ustittarte-
1 mk
a w-wi fQr raoaei
aear trfansvUie. Cai-en eooaty.West V iriasa.
r-krrie.1 awv several boaises
. - - - . . . . . I f 1 ,
rrv At ntnnaiK,,..-. - - -
. r . ... .... ....k. tne narer iroi
eemrial.
I Neisoa. H.i a to. have fali. -lert.;.! r re
.tes-re-ye-l bm. I their tab fa.-t.irr at jtooirMner ,
aad are io romewre ""f. a - ,
rr?,.t m iti.ioi frev aed waea eompaeted ;
Tse oi! woperry in w.;i be use artw ' ;
if m ftr water will But exceed and .. tjiat thev ciead for a rt.'ratio.
-Ji repair U daaaa m ta bojdats. . eorTWJCT as it was? All the
aie iarse-1 ttron reiiiES ir.to the a
Mitrhe,
w
arrr-et Oil ai uv- ta i term an-t best esOlOI.-r'l tuo tar- . . , . .,.(, . t w..t..r-..:re
t. rtdlast wedar.l bj vial throot- two experts in Warren PerT; : wt h:a ore ire af. ieaainc It aa-1
L.1ii .v . !iai f-r roi iart week. Ttkey rt.e.l e -: rtifc5to. .t , vl I4u u-mm, ,l a
t tai - ' fMllHl which eon-iaed iarre i .teua"
" '-WaStT WnSTa bottomed pteree of rl ! a Hoar-nan wa, ki.-ed West Paw et. in
fl.lUecharsfte . ' i dh-a re I -Sch teii af "hiia. aiiiiar k: a. -t io ,be shape of a silver certifi-rat.
-" . w . . mil mh-r e 1 ! arrnsiCI B.aUmi: nra ; I iUkf.r
ktT'f'mU.ndlersa-fwere riar aeve. A ive woman U Mi, ken-, asnmmer pri
- - J ..f fcl .triN.1 HZ sWMUH 1 ... - -- -
W J WHI : I.. - - - . . . , . f - s - .- - ' .
tweatr were
ten of a ranx
bansrtiptcy. nrares people so tne face, j
as thev si jirai an.-l "-rr!at uoder :
its caiiioa rhai'.s. I it any -.c,ir
o of tae .
eurreiicv as it was.' a:i me uk oi ,
must t as g3 assrmeo:heriuntry. '
cur? but tittle ice with the bocest '
laboring elass of peiple who cerer
bare a chacce tose- any of this honest ,
doiiar but ooiv a representative of it
WVit xaw bat i-er to me, i:i8e (a i.
f f -eowPiae aa-1 Af bwiom ia "darkest -ta r
nj v.w-n
m-" - .t-W-1
wo;
. .- .i. v. m.a, k-.t ! ami ks
i P0". . ..e .a tH Gi-a-LTT 1.-.$ i Ea Uard-:
-c!r ii" ttJsr jJiU wa ffii-r
AQ2 if fe's roii" ray.
T-w witt T-car &ar 1B t;sit wt jran,:a
Cm ftrtver make of af a Lwt siiicjr
Frffi i&e1, 'lrair iy. ar-Art-
--j -m& trte ryioe Aft i
An-i wt w-th -fti.--Sh rr-K?, will rcaa-aus
ii fci? Uiw. tii; tore th. bttf" la.
I rua jkevrip tlMe iw-ik Afc fTtrtti karm:
Gie tAcar fi-ttC liinKis Sfe't weary
T'ud?" -rke.er of Thin Arm.
Tl Unk That rT Ba4
Mitt bai a tiube
B-raue kscmr tteat o th
Ttn? raLf ta
Si-ai -ta- frtva iser j:c a:a;j
s-d Itm-i. t- ?.fsre J0- li-W.
nK'-v wfcrTvbT lary E?
Frra Lit.
j Ici-i o. havlcjz i-st hat vo-i cl
1 for when you io buy HxU"s Sat-
feie f iwa.eajT j apariiia, th Oce True KwT-i Furi-
iw-wwpar poiwil.. aoI i to niy hnpo-r-taat
IHKmrrsJir "wtr-.ir pubifebfr ia -r
Yriv i itr. Tisn? tifu a Ur-- a tb tea-i-ip"tr?iran
weWfT f w Yrt C it. It
vr.ri ? c'ral aiva33t-fe to too Aurmg
tn Prrximteaiial 1 an pais., a it i? p4
,Hfel vr" oiT 4iav.exceC .Sintlay, a4
ha .l lb f" ihnes aoi tin- fetH tf a iailT.
I: iitwo ail the ow wita a Is-t of
iiterrtiiK: jefartmDt. nj-a texture.
t-art-otfn-i an) -rrapbir ii!eTati- tiw bttr
b-rinx a ssseeia.-t"-.
tbr- ,iuprxvnot ita. l?ss aeai
m ntit aay ixv-rea in ert. re
mA'n. at oae ioiiar fjr yar.
We o??r liiia oo-Haaie-i atwpapi" aiositlw
Kfformee t-etber 3i year f"f -r"--K-
Tbe reuiar svrtnptin prke &f the tins
pataeM i iiJ-
t.RVEa ao-I WrM fr tbwmrsiti
73 Ce-tt lor -is aioath T3 Ceal
rim, 1&. teju-f, -uriie to
if
Ct-r-' -Vl
1x1 ,e b.-waer were ir.vair iron.
xneia ,rZ ..an to-i East Uardwsrk. woen the teas went arua.l a
ny,oaea r.v.7f-. , v, to meet a ooocie header
.axes tn JZ ?Z xlwast imwe.iJte freirM tram maainar more than a na, amocat
1 water and pntn Jf aadVtr-e th:. I of aie retrow ur. -- arade. The horse c-je
bVIo."GXO. Ir& at. it 3n;y uut reared, tOTed
j year remedr. 1 i i irr)ili,j u.j ;a m .iotas tnrew tae tv . i. bat
. : did n evertatw i warjm. I aen ran ra , . hlfr for tfae
1 ,r.inr twLLIGEyCa. . ""v?. -Tf"! . r" .1 kvi u.1 f 1,., rl.n nf raiu. hot it is ni Life' rfiam tempraami ant aa bitterest
k.. i w . " . lover vise ior w m . - v.. u.. . -- .
.toooe-t him. After neip amvei c aieciticact tact, trial wniie sne nas
fa- niet-els or a ten-cent surer coin, i
wbich must pay fir his tea acd his
coSee. Gold 1 "Where is itr What is
it? Thev mav iipli si. It is evident j .itan trief will
that tbe "oni ladv" iu Threa.ineedie i tbet
reet" has more than a Pickwickian ; "-" " u
interest in the mccetary alairs of this win dim 'thy axH and furrow thy fair cheek;
country as treli as the rest of the world j sorb tears au come to ii
auoptioo tboa. y lad. be vict.ir overad
Aad bravely tears that ear-hir Iwa may meaa
Tbe Methodist peop the v-etn.-ty a; wcy . (a.ite-i. sui iurr. --- . ,ne weaith. she has tee opposite; To thee Heaven-, bis best fain-
Gladness Comes
id tKwhich vanish before w-eref-
Srtdlydirected. There
tne kiwkedjre- that so P
Iteltoesa -krvToot doe to any actnal dw
bwtmplT to a wostij-wdcoodi.
oftLUem- wlh th pleat
family laaairre. tjrup PfT
. That WBT tt is tne ' v
nTwTth m!l!os of fam. :ie- and is
rlinewnbt dcKbtatmrt
rtucn w. 1 - ,
order to get
organs ow i
... . - ' n.
efrev-ta. a. .
fcial
chase, that yott
have the genuine
arti-
fC-Tooiy an-i old by
all revutabie drnjririits- Keaith.
and the sv-stena Z-W If
otretoedVsare tor--ot -Jl
affirted with .r: " ii ifal
rosy be c?,TtotiTe,
phTiarts. h- Ld wi3t tbe
risvLie and rener:!y im-io.Cn many 'aarar , m
S'Aibaa, -nnwZS? SLSZ
it i :
Friay afteTno.: the vOiare comaioa at ew. ,
bnrr wa. ihe re of a paslal atri ai-aos
in as ereat proportion wno
. . .. j. . - - -. . . . , . , . . . ,4 - ... im iMr .n. 1 1 T r.
.... .... u am .wnr. .um rw. ,ui . r , ,r-i. i.r- . j. - -w- . ayu a. t . -
Tooth C'oa5pac'B.
.
l-.- uev-a , , . . -.j ,i. i.J-
hieh ia t more to ki. te-.s rfia:M tres,
. . fM r.uiowina - ' ' - mu on me rotnaion. tur c . . - - criefratizBU i i tiiin cvtimi. aa iwuuvi j.-. ... , r - .
ZTLZZr- Dremt tn-tr-uam teat u" ( marfuxe wa broken or became oaai!rhed ia . . . , -j;,;,,. ho gay mir , With ta rta-ri raree-
-.7lea very mrr. inrnts of - T.JUmZ2M. i not h.ve broueht about by her 'money
awl a iarre attea- : Mr. Frd wa throwa of is tront of oie eotter ' g-jjjpl. I do not thick, sir. but j vn altimc Bia Can.
bar. ami the ma.-a.ne pa "- : that her own subjects might be he. pert I .T hJ.r ,part,i.r jewel
4evere.y raeed in . JP-" 'I." j , -tandard. It seems to me bone Rke a rtar iitie eveatna mitt:
. .k. vn. V.: wi;at' LJ: i i.C. l,i K. -n ir.irtice to icr one ! reeowd her aee.il aa.1 wrotixtis ia rrewei
SPRIN6 ANfJOUiHCEftlEMT.
Valley Grain Co.
OFFER A VERY LARGE sTOCK OF
Flour, Feed, Grain, Baled Hay and Salt,
TimiflST PEOPLE.
f
oar ct,4xtae provKiice
cast coc tracts be pak. aa de-
Pkmn www at f
craas at ar-aet ne - ln4 : xbe poi7re department na. estaousoea if we c&ang!0
wv.i tor ; aew oisc Sa oraure eoo-wv to . th-t ;i t c
Hnik aad tiraated four rnuea aorvaemm i . . . . i.
Se etudns year. I tonnth from audi t--iai mail erv b to i ; t:piu not iati .i ium.v "---
r.1 liutr rwn -vmrm v""T ' emab.'mie.t. i ir, i. " - miue f k, ;r m u.r - -
TSJKT. ,i - , C ClteO Ottm U, ,ur, . incv .
Thoma ibeama. tne t year ol-l oa ofPat- it my D,)t cecet-sarv for a l'i Io 1
iJJi'- to work the desired relief, but
, beai boia br John Vorrtssev neany oypwite , that both Sliver aru Ifuid can ty
! CI mm 'Tae distaaee of the fa- wa. tady .' ...1 l.ar be maile tn tWt here
Demtan-nt commam.---. teet- tae miy . -'"J''-lLi !, i ur. and farther wil! beip tne
Cowman- ?
i ki-benain of uarre r ai-v.
." . , Kurd of adbrer we
Mi- - -
, L P Poind of t )mi-nrr. :
: . ., - . m.1 or tn- r. -
hw B'-Tr!lLL-r . tbe braia at V-aaa.
last weea m .. ...
CoJ Potand leave
daaa-bter. toe wife of t
Joha M TbarsSlMl of Nebraska.
,hat tae rwite -mr v ru at . ; -,. , . M .i..cr we-.L ' i mncer to bric about the recoeoitioc
Gramt rm. orano
Paat. Ji-nt-. w ' , , m-., 1M t a -aiirws-Tmak
aad C Taicar and Great "
CI. v land'
Prremte
mfcrtdea-
w r n Tolfree. G rover nrrtars . -"v.
J " 1 f R.,io. eummitied
i ".i ahf by irtut
! .
It n !
while be wa
vairide at Voewe,
rartwar
temporariy tnaams.
KUlrd Hi Clalldrea.
. . flKttnt a5 rear oiL
.-nr. - JJ-'kiSeJte. Ttiiree amai.
Svma- f'h. llr-n bw oat
worn rewra-.ar from "
vu
t r a-.:. ha. been aMwnred fr-wth-claas ' of silver by the wn.!e civiiiied w.e'kl.
potmtster at West Caraway. ; C.A. Skees.
L. H. KirteiJ of sweidon dii of heart faLare
at ve a oork Tnewmy morniao: -eia
to hi binei nntxl -san-iar airat when
k wa taken wan tainunf -eue-
f . tor)re wa artnrked by an aarraiy
., . w. c ..i ht m-iay aa-i receive.!
Barllmctna r-vlBttrs.
From the Xews. j
bro-: Ex-Mavor Hase ton bas last return-
!' ed fr.n L'cderhiii. where he has been
o . , . .
tbe aaiaa
. . snAa . .. a a-i ni, m n a.m wwmw .
rmier cover -t darka. and d beia cuce bad been trrfctiooed
- omewaat by tae faT oi raia
a.l wan-bed the nvarot ner zeaaiar wrUu :
And tbe punt of ber Hp. a a Bower cnneszn
It petai when mots with moraine -lew.
Wa weet a the biasa of n oteMeatat- rose is.
If rweeter row tn her rarten rrew.
The poise of her beal. n her snow white facer
Bent a er the bod wita a mvtn riare,
la tntimT now in n dav dream oarers,
on. the iiaofberevelataeraiiaTit"iiare
Gardea bjen. tbe eve t mr henn nad spoken,
I bona- in ber web nke a WamJerins ly.
Bat ber" Spa were at toe. ami no aru iov token
Earaped in a ward, or a Hok or ira-
Tne bonr rrew late: matt not love trow bolder?
-Tt leap rear." I wms-pered : ber tore ia eye
Met my own. and aer head nestled nearer my
AfeH-Jder;
be looked at me now. ta a coy rprie.
- -Ti k-aa Tear," 1 raid, -aad tne aaaaaen pro-
Also an unusual! fine assortment of
ken miee. a d--ieae.l aoosvjer aad a ba-l rasa
in tae oark- Mr lt-'-re ,rlrad in a referee hearintr sev-
w. darn. When informed that his
I I waned me eve w-Khoot fear or dread.
pw, ner rJkeeks were a dimpied and red a ner
rotes;
-I love von I mr von " waa all fce said.
' 'From tne Phibkhripnia Item.
steers to .--.'X-H et.
foe Desoo-1
cratic candidate lor city rrrflt-oia ,
tire he preonpLy am) etnphaticailv
1 ' . . - . . .w. W.A.1.V t M L'V . . r ' . .
fr.rn of rlsVin t"-e rear w i std mat ne was not no n-ji.raut ,
; at 1
wa tarvwn
eaaer ay r- - " 4 H. ke.i atraet a a
"Ji! . J.rra a-l tetf wre4i-. -
Jlriwi, H: fami'T ar .tw.-t
, . , .m-i era aura tar"-. -
baryw Trat rZ t. rm mere, aad a jt
Ira 1- uaas ; ... . few eirars- T- store.
r a rraare meev- " eMrfi was e'.red t.y t reaa
rr. a., wseei '" - . . . ... . .L.- ..f the
s ' , .,---. ...i sCT-nrisr ta iey
a the cositioc and wooid cot be a
,- jr in pen- j..te und-r nnv eircs-cstances.
cac-
i
... fta2tt.tO
. . . .,t in
--'. - .r:-
i w ttftrik tee t . :rvi :ie
. . .-r v-.. r.. f--- s - -
r..1 dra.e-- alrV it. t-a"T
B.-10-s.ea.. l.iil--
a, rj-asmst Uxaf'rr- At. L'.w.-S--
,'.- is fr-sc. Hopir.s S:axed
a.-dBicv. K-:ed Ccr- .. E -rt.t --ech
)ET BRlTTlEBORtt, TT.
Brattleboro Academy
AM)
mt f - i r : ,
It is ondersrood taat the lAemocrats ; blBUnWDUn bldhhikdl OCiillUdl I.
ill ocite on Jri H. H.it.oa caodi- j nrerration. rawlern ianiraaf-.
e and practical Kcriish branche. To
itkw and books in Ereli-h brsnche fr-
to pupils accepted by the town school
director. Term mod-Tate to other pr
nii.. Fail term r-r-ena Serd id-
- - . . For other informatiori addrr-.. II. E.
Thai lane Jtwc raa be "red with , u . , p Pi-rr-a!- : irt
Df Mnea fcVE i-LASTEBv Otuf Sc. MILLEB. A. B., rTnrRpa- "-
of every kind and d?s.'r;;on.
manufacture, DifC,
nibx. s,n.l "iVall-irtsr nlow. uf all the popular
" Spring Tooth Acme and Smoothiog Harrows. GuItivtoi!
Hilfers, Weeder, and the Diamond Tooth, Eclipse and
Kins of Cornfield Horse Planters, Antwuatic Hand
Planters, Strowbridge broad-can Seed Sowers.
c, &c.
A FULL LINE Of REPAIRS COJISUNTIT IH STOCK.
Gra
date t'ir c:ty represe-taf ;ve. if ne wui
consent to tne use of his cane. He is
a first -ciasw Bian. as al! Buriirirtciaris
kswv. and wtcxi uvase a strong
ruc
Seed. St-ed Oat. Earler, Buckwheat. Rye. Kaffir, Cora En---ila;re.
Corn of every varkty. an-l Canala Field Fea.
The Celebrated Cumberland Phosphate ,
tnd - ther lirand. Al-o "va Scotia Ka-ter.
VALLEY GRAIN CO.

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