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Arari BllATTLEBOltO, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1907 L5Q A YEAB 50 A 001 . I ,.,,,l.,l l.v the I UOHTNINO BEOKB THE BED. II . llTIMfcj WILL term, of the contract, on or b.-fore .. , T,. Bov. Who I ESTEY ORGAN t U Al r A n i I o.t. i, imi, then uii tno rtgnu ot mo ut ... - " A 7-wii,t I l J r II ..,.,.!..: th .......ml tinrt hereunder Were SleeulDK in It Wednesday Night " tt nvmi iil'ii r . .. . .. .... i.i ..i I iWi PjA I VaLI MLjLJ shall ecnso ami ko nun mm vmu , . l,Lj LJIV A JA1 XV th flm payment .o mu.lo shall bo for- ii i war mime ray m7U, NO- 30 Amusements AUDITORIUM " .... , .r rl IMlf tttft riTTLKBO0 ONE NICHT .Vednssday, Aug. 14 A jVi-1 ..f Laughter and Muilo HE JOLLITIES In Tlu-ir i;r.l Musical Abaurdlty THE TOY MAKERS 1 BvCHAS. F. PIDGIN .,.,1 f,m his very latest Ivok of tha , ul i.l the uthor of Uuincy Adam. Tu,, 'iiv-tiM''iriitinsi MnwmiN pretty ''"' .iiwi.il company of actors, aincen. ' .n,i r..iBln. Our special scenery, Ti .'; h 'toy Shop. 1W minutea of tha . r t,Vi-h. -its. the music that charms, .sinter ' 4 j,,. Sale opens Mon- y-..;..t l3,.ttheBoxOmce. S'O ST CARDS! At the Post varu owio ,.;,r tin- Railway Station. loBEION CAEDS, LOCAL CAEDS, LEATHER CARDS, . MOTTO CARDS, rRTHDAY CARDS, ill liin.ls of Souvenir Cards. 'ht: completo and varied assort- if in and look them over. y0il up' ciually welcome whether , iniv or not. We an- near the Depot. Tho first e von to""' to when entering MHMioro. The last place you pass Leu Starting. If vou are a stranger in Brattleboro avf' vmir packages, bundles and ,j i.ri.. with us for safe keep t till ymi take your train. The Post CardStore THE BEST YET ARE Alaska Cream Freezers Sosavsone of our customers . i t J i-l aw win Ir wno ordered one oi anuuiei mane i hinh vrp run nnr riJiVK. v c aon-cu per to try an Alaska. Under .late of July 8th, she writes as lows:- several makes but the i;cirn ia hv far tha best of alL We Lie more than pleased with it." Can't we please you ? All sizes, one to ten-quart, at Wanted XVANTKD-Uva poultry. W. V. Kuh ardson &. Co. lmf VA1TKKSSES "WASTEDirtnTMan. " aion llousu, Oi-eentiuld, Muss. '.tJ-aO XyANTl'H) At once, a good, competent man to drive' team, lloljen & Mar tin. 30tf IVANTEI) Single man ior stable, luwn, ' ' etc. Must le sober, steady and com petent. James F. Hooker. 30 'AXTED Laborew tor steady einploy ' ' meiit at good wages in factory and yard. Itruttleboro Cabinet Co. 30 AXTE1 Two or three young men in ' ' wholesale department. No experi ence reiuiied. Dunham llros. 30 VANTEU Woman to care for invalid ' ' la.lv and assist in light liousework. Watt, fa.00. AddreBS, Box 17, Ilinsdule. N. 11. 30 XVANTED Situation by young woman ' ' with some knowledge of stenograpliy, typewriting and bookkeeping. Apply at Reformer Oilice. 30tf For Sale I.OK SALE Choice lot of slab wood. - llolilen & Martin. 17tf lUH SALE 4 cows fresh in milk; 4 -- two years old. Ella Fife, Urcen lfiver, Vt. 30 lUH SALE Carriage pole in lind-class - condition. Cull and see. M. J. Bak er, Union St. 29-30 lOH SALE A light wood working -- business, might exchange for real estate. Edgett & Co. 3Utf lOU SALE CllEAl'-Three 6 ft. ouk - shoAv cases in good condition. Vanghan & Burnett, Brattleboro, Vt. 2Utf I.Olt SALIC Full-blood collie puis, 8 weeks old 3 black, 1 brown, 1 white. W. J. Hawkins, It. F. D. 3, Brattleboro. (Guilford, Vt.) 28-31 1?UR SALE Standard makes of auto--- mobiles; some bargains in second hand cars, also a full line of bicycles, sup plies, and talking machine. Manlcy Bros. "" To Rent rpo RENT Xicely furnished front room -L at 1 Western Ave. Miss M. E. Doo- rpO RENT Desk room in Suite l, Amer X ;..n hiiihlinu. National Rubber Stamp Manufacturing Co. 17tt rpO RENT Pleasant furnished room, -- facinK street (wun or wivuu. v board). Inquire at 121 Mam St. u & Cowles BROOKS HOUSE Bi-OCK Millinery W'p pi'p Wppnino- mce with the styles and have the latest hats - including Panamas, Sailors and Tuxedos. Our trimmed hats are cheap now. The shampooing and mani curing department is now open. ' Yours respectfully, MRS. G. H, SMITH 85 Main Street VO RENT Tenement of seven rooms and bath. Inquire 1 leoar at. rpO RENT A small tenement, rear 34 -1- High St. Minnie Scott, 34 High St. Estey Pianos ESTEY PIANOS have won their place in the world on MERIT. You may by chance obtain a piano of untried merit and find it satisfac tory but you eliminate the chance when you buy an ESTEY v v Estcy Organ Company Sales Department Brattleboro, Vt. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT rpO RENT Seven room cottage at Spof-J- ford lake. Inquire of R. L. Greene DlttlUCUUlV Special Notices piIIMN uvrvj uM -lp.mpii and repaired. r, r.. " n.7,Mi Hrattleboro 25tf 111. " ' CARPET and Rug weaving on sllort notice. Mrs. E. Dyton, Spring St., Hinsdale, N. H. T OST-Package of dry goods marked l-i Houghton & Simonds. Between Brattleboro and WeMmoreianu. u. t -.r nntifv Miss Hirsch, Box 44, West- XT TT 3U moreiaii'i, QEO. a nmi) lnnriscane earaener, ,u. a. x-, - ,"kl v-" Care of lawns, flowers, planting, etc. Plants for bedding and shrubbery furnished at reasonabe prifcH. .H UTB. " mo LET A lumber job c"tainifn8 J;," 1 000 feet more or less soft wood from stump to sticks, also about 75wr nf hark to peel. For further information inquire" of C. M. HolbTOok, 9 Frost Place Brattleboro, Vt im Kansas Cattle OIL 90c a Bottle WILL MAKE 15 GALLONS IL WOOD, 8 MAIN ST. SUNNY SIDE ,M, TAYLORS CO. Boston, Mass. Brattleboro Trust Company Capital $100,000.00 SAVINGS BANK Money deposited in the Savings depart nrDnTnn ment of this bank draws interest at DLlU5liuii 3 1-2 per cent. Money deposited the first 5 days of January, April, July and October draws in terest from the first of the month. Deposits go on interest the first of every month. Interest compounded April 1st and October 1st. $2,000 may be deposited in each Savings Bank or Trust Company in Vermont free from tax. This bank furnishes check books to its customers tree of charge for use in its commercial department. Safe De posit Boxes to rent at $3.00 per year. Acts as Administra tor, Executor, Trustee and Guardian. Professional Cards GEO. H. OOKHAM, M. U.. wanner o.u", Main Street, Brattleboro. PracUM . lim ited to the d seasea oi tua r.jr, f". "" and .Nose Office hours: 9:80 to 13. 1 J d. m. Tuesdaya and Fridays only. Remain der ot week at Beiiowa rus. DB. THOMAS KICK, office formerly occu pied by lr. Lane, over Kuech s store. Office boura, 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 8 and 7 to 8 p. m. Tel., 212-8. a IIENHY TUCKER, residence 8 Grove street. Tel.. 258. Ouice, Leonard block. i oi Q an1 7 tn O. Hours, i.ou w v ' - Dr A. J. MI-LLER, Phyiician and Bur- umce uoura, a w " nEO. X. KOBEHTS, M. D., Surgery and "ln'rtl.. Tit ana rgwrvvi w Curb Stocks a Specialty. Quotations on all Markets. DR P. R. NEWELL. Dontist, American Uldg. Houra 9 to 12 and 1 to 5. TB C G WHEELER, Osteopathic phyti 1 clan. Office and residonce 82 North Main gtreet. umce - - - in , TP- C,S. cla ru., Tn F. G. rmn'h vw w- U over lioiaen American Building. Room' 21. Telephone 335 HARRY CRAY. Manager TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS - Windham County will Jixaminauuns i. beheld as follows: it XVondonderrV August 6-7. At Townshend, August 8-9. At Wilmington, August 22-K1. At Brattleboro, August 24-25. At Bellows Fa Is, Augu t 29-30 ally unknown to the amlDracter Md ern-" t.t, r!,,ntv Examiner. H. D. a.TLuaB', . Teachers Teachers Bals- Teach- t .! TTnnlrnr block. A KHAirir, jjeunoi XJ opposite nruM . nnTn Ttmi TTnlnn htock. r,R. G. F. W.":r Srauleoor..' U over ureene s u. " TtASKINS & SOHWENK, Attorneys and TTAJ!SS5iM at Law. Brattleboro. Vt. . . f 1,1. R0! it vnbum. Brattleboro. . T.r Ollil- TOHN E- GALB, Attorney O ford, Vt. xeiei'"- --- irYRON P. DAVIS, 1X lery Block. $ 400- 475 ers 50 80 15 8 5 "The Carter Car" ... . . M t-n atrio: "uuion, iriciion transmission; no bw-;" pleto,,a;.,; as quiet on , to speed M ?n uiifoT tnese cars win oe "i1"; rit ; viw bv (i. R. TUCKER, Aoe"91 S weet, Broltleboro. Vt. Telephone call GEO. D. ODELL NURSERYMAN For Ungraded Sch,l...;.J0;; 75 For Graded Schools..... .$ B00 For High School Asst s. $200o i.i Hiirh and Gram. oou"S1i;nn..1i2400 1""' ..nts . . . w Mristratloa fee unless position se cured. t..r.TIp.RS AGENOT, BTUAitx if"- 0JSatfriJonne REAL ET. -l,nnore. tc m wish to buy, blu, Chanc- s, ty Anywhere Anything in fl0 SW. iiJJ"-" ' Hai,w.-i m nyrain at.. : . 5ng Within an men Le? j7.Voo vnu to insure tne Si Tr 'National Life insure 2 TAYLOB & SON, Gen'l Agents, H, e. TAKJA .tlfil)0r0i Vt. nrnsbv iiiw-t " : : 21 CENTRAL STREET iistrators Executors Commissioners, V yon nre a friend of the Reformer or Bi.l,;ishers and wish to favor oswvtn tn. i , . v Pmnltt. tommijsioners' or Executora Notioe. -in ijq npceasary lor you """v;. -vu,t;e rnicers io aena n w for publication in the Reformer. FRARoom I .BraUleboro. Vt. 10 Ul- B a PROWS & CO., Wholesale and Retail ARROW o .. t. j. office. No. Dealers in wi - Dr.n.Duv.. 83 Main Street, TjRANK MORSE, Professional housecleaner. 1: 66 Elliot Street m T 1 TT.tsta ATtil 111' W- EDGETT . w., -r.-iET St. vestments; H1TNRY A. CARPENTER pension claim . B.fm Vt Widows' olaims agent, Newfane Vt. wio tIy attended to M mdea to. . . YssELIZXbETH GRAY, Puh'io Stenog iaa ml". . K o clark Auto Co. rapner, HE BOND & CO., Funeral Directors ' and Furnishers. Telephone, resi dence 157-5; office, 264, open day and ffiff 17 Main St.', Brattleboro, Vt. JACOB SARVA JUNK DEALER Elm Street BrattieDoro. Pavs the highest prices, for Old Kags " . i it MirriPH 'i.it. mui 'nave-anything in my line. SAWACO SaVvaco is one of the finest pound papers. We carry SAWACO in three sizes with envel opes to match. 35 cents per pound. Four quires in each pound. In pound packages only at this price. DOLLS Our annual sale of dolls begins Monday, July 29. We will close out our entire stock of dolls, re gardless of cost. Your opportunity. The Lucky Date in our June sale was June 29th. All holding yellow slips of that date will have money refunded on pre7 sentation of same. GEDDIS New Scheme to Settle Vil lage Water Question. OPTION TO BE TAKEN By W. II. Vinton, J. F. Hooker and E. W. Gibson With Agreement to Turn Property Over to Village If It So De siresMatter WtU Be Decided Today An arrangement whereby tho village of Brattleboro will be given more time in which to mnko up its mind ubout purchasing the Irowell water systems at the figure stipulated iu tho legisla tive enactment of last fall will prob ably be consummated this afternoon. The arrangement is in effect an option given bv tho Sunset Lako and Chest uut Hill companies on all its holdings to William II. Vinton, Janus V. Hook er and IS. W. Gibson from Dec. 1!, I07, the time when the village's op tion expires, until October 1, 1QU'.. The option gives these three men tha right lo tako the system for $'.U,00U plus tho actual cost of any additions to or work dune upon tho systems un der tlig supervision of tho bailiffs since Dee. 19, UHKi. Before this option is turned over by tho Crowell interests, however, Messrs. Vinton, Hooker and (iibson will sign an agreement promis ing to turn the water systems over to the village or any other municipal cor poration having 'the charter right to take them, and agreeing as private citizens to make no attempt to secure legislation damaging to either side. This plan is the result of a confer ence which was held early in the week between Mr. Crowell and a number of citizens of tho village, and its good points are as follows: If the village 'vntn hiforn Dec. 19 to pur chase the Crowell systems it will still have nearly two years in which to get them at tho same figure plus the act ual cost of whatever work the bailiffs permit; the present timo is extremely bad for tho flotation of bonds at rea sonable figures; if the village does not vote to buy the systems at once Mr. Crowell can go ahead and complete them under tho supervision of tha bailiffs and then demonstrate to the people of Brattleboro just what he has to offer. ' While this agreement does not in terfere in the slightest with the vil lage's right to purchase the system be fore Dec. H as specified in the enact ment secured at tho last legislature, it . i ..... 1 ..otitinil l.rt is uiiuersiouu iii . . (,j scnteil last week to the bailiffs for a ... ..,;,, i fili-iim inei'tinif will be .1 ... ...... . n - iii. I I. mil... I'liiviua and thunderous also, started out on the warpath Wed- . .. i.... ...l l ..i.irtft nf t'Hrii iu uio h.i.ivh " i -- neauuy evening mm - ... (5) All rights, titles nnd interests .irori,, which reached Brattle- id all benellls and all liabilities and boru lul0 Wednesday i"t and early . 1... ....I 1... ..;I..a rt tliia .... . ...... t... m,lit. Thursday morning " u " ..l.liirniiiiim inwli.r nnd bv virtuo of thi contract shall belong to'and be binding upon tho lielrs, executors, uuniiiun ....... ..o.ra mill minimis of the nar- ties 'hereto as well as upon the parties themselves. i.. uliorcnf the nnrties here unto set their hands and seals on tho day and vear first above writteu, tho said corporations by their president and treasurer of each corporation, they being duly aulhorizeil ti.ereior, bn;i the other' parties by themselves Individually. HELD ON SERIOUS CHARGE. Charles Crone Arrested In Hinsdale Yesterday for Criminal Assault Charles Crone of this town was ar rested in Hinsdale yesterday ana ar- aigned before .lustico O. . Howe on i i,r., ,.f i,ttiiiiitinir a criminal as sault upon the 12-year-old daughter of A. K. Torrey of .ortli ilinsuaio. im ...i.t.x.t u-na lii.it ml over to tho Oc tober term of the county court under if.'iiiO bonds and committed to jail at Keeno in delault or Dan. a i' Tnmii' ilm father of the as saulted girl, was hero yesterday look ing up the record or t-rono wuom no suspected. Since Crone s arrest it lias developed that he may be able to prove au alibi as it is stated that he was iu Hrattleboro at the time of tho assault. The story of the assault as told by Mr Vorrev IH that llis daiiclltor WSS driving ho'mo the cows Sunday after noon when she was met by a man wha pursued and caught her. After a struggle sho managed to escape and ran i.. i,... i.ninp. Wednesday afternoon with another little girl of about her own age named miss sue was cngu- i in tho same work when she was again met by the same man who caught her, threw her down upon tho ground and was attempting a criminal assault when he was trignieneu oy a p.ims team and gave up his nefarious inten tion. . t. it nml at the nresent time the affair is thoroughly mixed up and no one seems to Know ior cerium ma of the case and what the circumstances are. Crone was formerly employed ty tne Central Vermont railroad. A BBACE OF BOUQUETS. Es- Fragrant Utterances From Two teemed Contemporaries. ( flin nf hn few best, if not the very best newspaper in Vermont, the Brat tleboro Keformcr, has jusi mov-eu inw new and larger quarters in tho new American block, that was arranged ally for it. It illustrated the event MORGAN STALLION. Harry Lambert, son of Darnel Lam bert, will make the season of I 1907 at my 'stable in Dummerston, Vt. For further information address GEOBGE W. i ioxix-a, t, T- r K Hrattleboro. Vt 21tf XV. 4 " - Hammocks CLAPP & JONES Hard and Soft Wood t v... . large quantity of hard and soft i -.ii.ti I offer for sale at ressnu. wood which I offer i onffoot length." Wat com. nr.. served. H. G. CLARK. BrattieDoro. nOTCHEN GIRLS Two girls wanted immediately. BBOOKS HOUSE. 30 The Safest Five to Six Per Cent Net Investments. Not dependent upon an individual or corpora tion First deed ot trust unorLtrais.v uuira. secured on valuable real estate in the City of Washington. District of Columbia. Ranidly advancing in popular favor as an all thevear round" residence city. Already the most beautiful city in the New World, insuring stable Snd steadily advancing values. Interest collected nd remitted without cost to the lender. Most TOnserative valuations. Guaranteed titles by Incorporaieu. cuhiphmmw. H.N.TAPLIN F.W.CHILDS 1407 F St., N.W., Washington, D.C. Refer to American Security and Trust Company, Keier to am Washington, D. C. SUBSCBIBE FOB THE BEFOBMEB withdrawn since many ot the signers have come to the conclusion that now is not a good time to take action on the question. The option which the Crowell inter ests will give to Messrs. Vinton, Hook er and tiibson is as follows: KNOW YE ALL MEN BY THESE DPtuRXTS. Thnt this agreement made and entered into this 22ud day of July, H , 1 r...nrrn V. CrO- lyoi, vy iiiiu utmtm Wcli, the Chestnut Hill Reservoir com pany, corporation, nnd the Sunset Lake Water company, corporation,' all oi Hrattleboro, Windham county, Vt., hereinafter termed parties or ino ursi part, and W. 11. Vinton, James f . I Hooker and h. w . uioson, an oi muu . Brattleboro, hereinafter termed parties of the second part Witnesseth: (1) That in consmeraiion oi mo sum of one uoiiar to mem u paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, and other valuable con siderations, tho said parties ui tuo .. hornhv contract and aareo that they will sell and deliver to the parties of the second part, the water systems aud an ttie properties, i.a. i .,a,,ni iiudiiilinir nil richts and UUU JJlim.u.J -" a i -J privilages and easements of the said Chestnut mil reservoir cuuipuujr a.. the said Sunset Lake Water company, including the water rights and rights to turn water anu ouier ngmo .i;i.ina ,,nw owned and held by tho said Georgo E. Crowell for said named corporations or inaiviuuauy ioi emu water systems, together with all ad ditions to and work done upon the pluut of the said companies up to the time the option granted hereby shall bo exercised, all tor the sum and un der tho terms and conditions hereinaf ter specified. (2) The parties of the second part shall pay for all the" said rights and properties included and enumerated in the first paragraph hereof, if they elect to exercise their option hereunder the sum of $260,000 plus the expense of any work done upon and additions to ti.. lont r,t tha snid wnter companies which shall have been done or added under the approval of the bailitts or Rrnttleboro. Vt.. after Dec. 19, 190G, and until the said parties of the second part snau exercioo mon option hereunder. Q T1.A norlins nf tho second Dart shall on or before January 1, 1909, elect whether they shall purcnase rne merated in the first paragraph hereof, and shall at the time of said election nouiy iuo .v. c..i ,ot tbprenf. and then and thereupon pay for and on account of such purchase price me nw 000 and snau on or imh tv,o VmlancB of said Durchase price and receive and take over the said ngnts ana propci no. n T nana th narties of the sec ond part shall not elect to purchase under its option, anu. uu u i,.. nt tTifl first nart thereof and make the payment required by the terms or mis ciraita " January 1, 1909, then all rights and .'.... nf nnd tn the narties of the IlllCICDUB VM. . second part hereunder shall cease and be null and void; ana tne Baiu par A nart shall not after tica w. r having so elected to purchase and after having made tne payment requtreu mc nf thin contract, make tho further payment of the balance of the i i.mi Tt ia m trre.-it eonntv newspaper one of which we are all proud. May it have abundant and ever increasing rosperity in the years to come. Bur- ngton Clipper. The supplement issued by the Brat- tiKnro Reformer last week was at Our contemporary took justifiable pride. n , nstrntinff anu uescriuiuK " uu nil its new home in tho American building. The supplement contained excellent views of the press rooms, linotypes nnd composing room, tlio quarters of tlie Moistein-rnesiau asso ciation and other interior sections of tho new building, as well as a fine cut of the exterior. It was a neat stroke of enterprise that reflects credit on tho Reformer and its town. Ludlow Tribune. If Vou Don't Succeed at First. (Burlington Clipper.) Ti-nttinKnrn will have one more try at municipal ownership of the village water plant. Hero's hoping that she will voto to buy it. How Does He Know? (Bellows Falls Times.) Brattleboro is to lose its historic n;nionl' ui n lnrce nart of it will ba flooded when tho new dam across the Connecticut is completed. The loss is not so great as it seems at first thought for tne rsratiieuoru business was some time since trans ferred to Hinsdale. ....i ...et..r,.r must have had au ac count to settle Thursday moruiiig for his doiuga ot tlio lliglll oeiore. At ubout lu.ao o ciock ihww evening threatening muttering i....... i -,,,1 ,.., tlin inni teriiiL's became 11 11 1 1 . nuw " " " I U a reality and the town was lu ld in tha grip of a storm as uercu as uas u witnessed hero in a loug period ot time. Between tho Hours or no cioc and 1 lightning illuminated the lanH scape with an almost constaut flash, and tho muttering mur and crash of thunder kept up a continual noise. Altogether the shower was ouo of tha most beautiful pyrotechuicul display ever seen. .... Tho shower demonstrated that ligut ninn can strike twice in tho same place if it wishes. A bult eutered the house of 'Hooker Winchester in Estcyville but a few steps from bis blacKsmiio shop which was struck but a few weeks ago. la tuo nisi case int.- i'iiihih.us iu tho kitchen was rippou on u scattered about the room. After com mitting this little jolliucatiou tno bolt departed and lias not oeen seen since. , At the house of Maurice uoyie ai i.,n riili.t utreet was wuero ino real .....ii.i, frcik win worked. The bolt entered tho gable end of the house at tho extreme peak anu rippeu ou kt eral clapboards. In tho room just through tuo wait lairics. jju.ho his cousin, Francis Landcrfine of Springfield, Mass., were sleeping in a ......,.i..n framed hed. The bolt after entering tho room attacked the foot and side of the oca, spnuu!nuS tuo wood and lottinu the mattress and boys fall upon the floor. When they struck was the first time tne ooys i" that anvthing had happened. Neither one was hurt although Doylo states that ho felt a slight pricking sensa tion iu his left leg. The plastering in th room was eenerously and unevenly distributed over the furniture and then the fluid passed out uirougu i,m nn.i down stairs where it played havoc with a small pantry, throwing the plates from the shelves and tearing f, :.. .nil,. V.r.,,, there it up lumgs jjeuuionj. " w went to the kitchen occupied by Mrs. Eliza Caullield aud tore around tho stove and water pipes. Dropping from there the electricity " rougli-liouseo. the kitchen below which is occupied uy Mr. Dovle's family and then disap- I'onxiiler.ible damage was done to the house by splintering the wood and destroying tne piasicnug. Lightning also entered iue huuso Miss Kathryn Hartnett at 15 Orove street on solne telephone wires and af ter tearing off some wall paper left without doing further damage. A large buttonwood tree back oi the Brattleboro House was also struck and considerably damaged. New Kailroad Assured. -n. ...ir,,,.i;.,.i nf a new railroad be- u,.n Munehmter and Granville, N. Y., i,,ut tt-e.W with numerous fine half tone cuts of the block, interior of the office and a very readable sKctcn or me p ,.i,,ntnn,l new oflice. The Reform er, ' under its new management, has certainly made the most rapid im- -,v he formation of the provement of any paper in en r.ng- '""'." Vn11,' Kailroad company. I. It is a great county newspaper, -V-.1. ... h i the Manchester, Dor- which i u3uiu ,,- set it Granville road and carry the lino on to Granville, tins roaa, uuut years ago, reached only to the Norcross and West quarries at South Dorset and extended o?er only sue of the 22 mdes between Manchester and Granville, lhus tlePoro iteiormer i.ist men. uo j(. fa,eu t0 relieve t.ne resiueiua ui tractive and interesting from both L, iawlet and Rupert from the neces . i,.,.ii.aaa atonilnnint. ..: f .lJvlni. mnnv miles to reacn tne l jriT'r wTUi "MJ'.l ""St hi been desired all along as a connecting link between the Rutland railroad at Manchester and the Delaware & Hudson at Granville, hich would tap a rich freight and passenger district. The constant agitation ot the residents of the towns interested recent ly took the form ot a meeting, which led to the formation of a stock company. Forever Suspicious. (Vcrgenncs Enterprise.) tw will still call it "Willard" F. Barnes. St. Albans Messenger. Woii what difference does it make? The name will never have to appear - . . 11 i I" Ail V TA on the official Daiiot. uraiucuutu informer. Must be Brattleboro Has sometmng up its sleeve, as usual. We Didn't Misname Him. (Burlington Clipper.) Ti, Tlottlolinrn Unfnrmer is so un- kind as to say, when twitted with mis naming Mr. Barnes or Addison, -wuai difference will it make, his name will never appear on the official ballot." Don't be too sure. Slates have been smashed pretty often lately. rru. TT:nr.,inia Y.ocut.nll tpiim will have J. UC UUJWUlb ' . i 1 it trnaa 11T1 AirainSt n. A T Xloitt tonm Saturday. July 97 at. RivpiniHa nark in Hinsdale. The jyierritt team is composed vi oia. ers. It -is expected that Bergeron will h in the box for Hinsdale. The game is called at 3.30. Rev. L. H. Elliott, who for 23 years has been secretary of the Vermont Bible society, died at his home m Waterbury Saturday afternoon. His death was due to a shock. He had been in poor health for six months, tie was oorn Aug. i, .nrtf- t r ...1 trt Wntrhiirw when he X1C UlU.w , . .. ... j .. was appointed to the position of secre tary ot tne society. Victory of "Kext Friends" of Mrs. Eddy. ,t i t: i. Mrs Afarv Bak- liie next. ii-h.-uj . , , cr G. Eddy, the Christian Science leader, who are seening au ' "6 - " . ... n. a ninuhpr of prom- I'jddy UIXII.CIIJ' i.w... ; - - . inent Christian Scientists, gained an iuv- nortant victory m me ju""""1" Srior court atyConcord, N H., yesterday, 1 , T .I.. r...t,,t M rViamherlam de- wnen ouose . nied every motion madeby eoun. el for the detendants ro me "' ."TtZe to the victory incident to the deleat of the defendants' motions, the next friends" won a . partial victory when Judge Chamberlam intimaieu tutu, u aWld ha found incompetent to ------ . ,.(. friends' manage uer pi.y rr tn might be allowed funds with,wh:h to prosecute tneir cubb, , w nouneement of Judge Chamberlain that he would further consider a motion by the "next friends" that the rule requiring them to furnish a bond for the costs ot the suit mignc De suspeuueu. Haywood Trial Nearly Over. n.i -r .loin nf Tilahn aeainst AVilliam D. Heywood, charged with the murder ot irans oieuucuucxg, governor of the state, will rest with judge 6 , i PlnrMicn Darrow. ana jury uy vuuiBu.. , - after speaking for 11 bora,rfedK final plea tor naywoou a " r m. yesterday, and at 7 o'clock last even ing United States Senator Borah opened the closing argument for the prosecution. He will spean ior inree oeo"""!.r"" ."""r,, seven hours. Judge Fremont Wood will instruct and charge the jury tomorrow morning. At least 1000 people were un able to find seats in the court room last , i m Viiafnra the hour Set for niEllli. A WO UVU.O the third session of the day crowds began to arrive, and witmn naii an mmr ; doors were closed to all but court officials and newspaper men. It was an audience composed almost entirely of Boise People, who gatherea to near mo sv, -young man who, recently elected by the i u.i.n tn Kinroapnt. them in the people Ul xuauu w v..w ... United States senate, has been the assist ant counsel tor tne prosecution u u case against Heywood. The Rutland Kennel club last week elected the following officers: President, Senator Redfield Proctor; vice presidents, Dr W. W. Townsend and Dr. C. A. Gale; secretary, Dr. W. K. Farnswortn. F. F. Dole has been secured as judge ot the show in September. Entries are coming in from all oyer the state. Mrs. Elian Heath, a resident of Anton, lie., hat traveled around the world three mes and visited all the great P't of China, New Zealand, South America ana Europe. She was born in Melbourne, Australia.