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THE VERMONT PHOENIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1898
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A Itrnltlctioro Uy Under Arrest nt
rVnrlllaliiiilini Trlrit to I'aivii tin,
A young man giving his uamo as Vt, A.
Morris of Iirattlcboro, appeared at E. 1'.
Harvey's pawn-broker's olllce In Lanible
building at Northampton, Mass., Monday.
While Mr. Harvey was engaged with a
customer In tho prlvato olllce, "Morris"
walked oft with a rlllo that was In the of
ilee. Mr. Harvey missed tho rifle, but be
fore ho had tlmo to Instigate a search
"Morris" reiippeared with the samo rlllo
and wanted to borrow money on It. Mr.
Harvey recognized tho rlllo and told the
youth that ho guessed ho would keep It.
The stranger did not stop to argue tho
case, but beat a hasty retreat. Mr. Harvey
at onco notified tho police. It appeared
that the fellow had another rlllo on tho
elevator which ho probably Intended to
borrow money on. When the police ap
peared it seemed that this was the man
they had been looking for all day, that he
had stolen the rlllo and a gold watch In
Northampton. Mr. Harvey loaned him
money on the watch upon his first visit,
and tho watch was identified. The police
followed "Morris" and Ollicer Slovens ar
rested him at tho railroad station. lie had
a tlflo with him at the time. It was
learned later that tho young man js Earl
A. Corbett of Pearl street, Iirattlcboro.
He stole tho rifle from his cousin In West
Springfield and tho watch from the cousin's
Corbett Is about 17 years old, and after
the death of his father, who was a dentist
In the West, he came to Brattlcboro to
live with relatives. Ho attended the
1 1 lull school until a short time aao,
His relatives are people of excellent
standlne. and his unaccountable actions
within a few days have caused them great
grief. Ho Is a member of Fuller llattcry.
Corbett was arraigned in tho district
court at Northampton Tuesday, charged
with stealing a watch and a rlllo from rela
tlves In West Springfield and for attempt'
lng to steal a rifle from E. 1. Harvey. Ho
was held under $300 bonds for sentence
Saturday and committed to jail.
THE GAME WAS FATAL.
portant to have our motives beyond reproach.
Wo must lay aside ambition and a false
sense of honor. Wo daro not even say, "Re
member the Maine" in a spirit of revenge.
Tho war Is to bo fought for righteousness,
"to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo
heavy burdens, to let the oppressed go free
and to break every yoke." Let tho United
States bo known over all tho earth as tho
champion of the oppressed. She seeks no
selfish end. Her warfaro Is as truly re
demption as was tho life work of tho Man
DltATTLEBOIlO ACADEMY WON.
Itruttlcboro lllu.li School Miule a liilc
'lliUli,lnll Clnrlt'H Cnlcli Untied Their
The llrattleboro Mali school base ball
team opened It's season Saturday with a
game with llrattleboro academy on the
Uentrcvlllo grounds. The two teams
proved to bo very evenly matched and tho
game was an exciting one tnrougnoui, es
pecially tho last two innings. The superior
work of fisher In tho. box, together with
a lack of practice In batting on the part of
tho High school boys, accounts for the
vletorv of the academy.
Wi lard n tched seven innings tor me
High school, after which Urasor waa put
Into tho box. Sanders put up a remark
ably good game behind the bat. The High
school bovs made six runs In the ninth
lie has been detained by the po- imiltig and stood a very good chance of
lyillg lite SCUIl", IlilU 11- UCCil iwi v,....
who made a circus eaten 01 wnai looKeu
like a safe hit off Wellman's bat. Tho
came showed that the High school has
material for a crood team, and with prac
tlco it ought to be developed Into winning
The team will urobablv play a return
iT.nnn v i liratt eboro academy uu wiu
Clarke leapt.) 8.,
Stafford. 1 ,
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EIA''S CREAM ItAUI 18 aposltlvecnro.
Apply Into the noBtrlls. It Is quickly absorbed. 60
cents at DrutrglstB r bX mtt!1 sampleslOc. by mall.
ELY BROTUKKS. 66 Warren St.. Hew Yort City.
When You Buy
Make pure of TWO things. First,
that the wheel Is a good one. Second,
that the llrm that makes It is a good
The Lovell Diamond
Is one of the best wheels on the mar
ket. The John 1. Lovell Arms & Co.,
who make them Is one of the strongett
(Inns in the country, andjstake their
busineis reputation of nearlytGO ears
that the wheels can't be'beat. Prices
JT5, $50, and , We are agents.
W. D. & J. L. STOCKWELL
West Brattleboro, Vt.
Oil Grain Shoes.
At il. 00 A good strong shoe.
At s1.20 Often sold for $1.40 or $1.50.
At $1. :!." Four styles and as good a bar
gain as ever offered. This lino is sure
to surprise you.
At $1.05 Very many will buy no other
when they can get this.
At 1. 75 Unusually soft and easy. If
In want of a heavy shoe for out door
wear we are in good shape to please
E. L. PUTNAM,
Near the Bridge.
IViirtnnii i:. Wliichrmrr, II. Was Mrurk
llelilntl (he Knr with llr Hull nt
South Londonderry nut! Iilei
A sad accident occurred at South Lon
donderry Friday afternoon, resulting In the
death of Norman K., 11-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Winchester. Young
Winchester and a crowd of village boys
were playing ball and he had just made a
hit. He was rtinnin: to first base when
the ball, thrown by George Smith to the
first baseman, hit Winchester behind the
ritilit ear. The boy sat down immediatt
lv and a crowd of his playmates gathered
He soon got up, however, and watcheil
the game for about 15 minutes before
startinc for his home, which was only a
short distance away. When ho got home
he told his mother about tho accident and
she bathed his head and told him to lie
down on the sofa. The boy obeyed, but
soon got up, went to his room and lay
down on his bed.
His mother went into tlio room a few
minutes after and found him much worse.
She immediately told the bay's father, who
called a physician but nothing could be
done for the child. He remained In a
semi-conscious state until about 11 o'clock
in the eveninc. when the end came. The
cause of the death was concussion of tho
The funeral was held at the house Tues
day at 10:30 o'clock. The death of young
Winchester comes as a great shock to all
the voting people in the village, and es
pecially to (Jeorge Smith, who threw the
ball, although no blame Is attached to mm.
His parents are among the best-known
people of the village.
IN PAVOB OP THE TOWN.
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stolen bases -Johnson .1. Ta-sekr 2, Whitman
liru.,r p.irl:..i! two-base I Its- ti. lasller
WI lard. Allen; total bases llrattleboro Academy
l.V. ltrattlelwro High school, 13; struck out bjr
1.-1...,. I, ll'lllnt-.l i Itnwnr I; Uises on ball-
Ft'her'l. Willard 7, Urasor 3; lilt by pitched ball
- Tuber 7. Willard SI, Urasor S; passed balls-
Miller 2. Sanders 0. Umpires, llatioili anu buck
Vermont Academy II, larlmotlth OO
Vermont Academy opened the base ball
season at the home field, Saxtons Klver,
Saturday by defeating Dartmouth freshmen
11 to 7. Vermont Academy's new uaiiery
showed up fairly well, and the team as a
whole is better than mat 01 lasi year.
l'erry, tho only man of last year's team,
was in the box. He had great speed and
mailo the best plays of the game. The
$7000 SAVED A YEAH.
NEW YORK LETTER.
nipnrtmit lletlnrlloiis In Ihe Local
Tim Now Eneland Insurance exchange
notified the Windham county board of fire
underwriters Friday afternoon of a further
reduction in flro Insurance rates in Brattle
boro and Ucllows Falls with the exception
of Flat street In llrattleboro.
This last reduction atlccts private dwel
lings, and stables with tho dwellings, with
in 500 feet of a nyiirani, except, larm aim
summer property. Tho change was de
cided upon by the exchango April 8 anil
promulgated April anu uxes me mini
mum rate at 25 cents per $100 for one
year, 50 cents for threo years and 75 cents
for five years. Tins is a reduction oi
per cent from the old rates.
Tho reduction of 20 per cent on buildings
and 10 per cent on contents, promulgated
Feb. 10, also applies to specmcauy raieti
dwellings situated In llrattleboro and Bel
lows Falls with the exception of those on
Flat street. No pro rata cancellation or
rebate on account of the reduction In rates
will bo allowed except when special author
ization Is printed with tho rate. The sav
ing thus effected, practically all of which
will bo realized in tho village, will amount
to from $1500 to $2000 yearly. The yearly
saving effected by the February reduction
was about $5000 making the total saving
The wish of tho local Insurance commit
tee was to secure a horizontal reduction of
25 per cent. In order that this wish might
be realized a lurtncr reuueuuu oi uvu per
cent on mercantile and hotel property and
of 15 per cent on contents would bo neces
sary, but the committee were given to un
derstand at the last conference In Brattle
boro that no further reduction on this
class of property would be allowed.
It would seem, therefore, that the limit
of reduction has been reached unless some
Improvements are made in the lire depart
ment. Whether this will bo done is a
matter of conjecture. In justice to the
members of the board of lire underwriters
It should be said that tho reduction of the
rates on residence property would probably
not have been secured but for their cooperation.
Eminent Clergymen Who Are
National Umiril Chaplains.
SEIZED THE BEEIt.
Ilrnttlrlioro (lllltrrs llalilril IlnllHll
ItnailrrN Hi Wft Itliliilnrrstoli itnil
llloilKht Awi- n H.B of lleer.
The residents in the Italian quarter at
the West Dummerston granite quarry were
surprised Saturday night by the appear
ance of Sheriff li. K. Cordon, Deputy
Sheriff F. W. Mcflure and Ollicer C. C.
Turner armed with a search and seizure
warrant from State's Attorney Kobb.
The officers visited lirst the dwelling
house of Marco Marcellas, where they
found a keg of beer, which they seized.
There was evidence that the traffic had
been conducted there to a large extent.
The boarding house of I.oule Xaucau
was next visited but no contraband goods
were found. The officers then went to
West Uuuimerston village and raided the
pool room of V. F. McCarthy, opposite
J. E. Townseud's store, but found noth
ing but a keg of rice beer.
No date has been set tor a trial, a
boarder at Marcellas's claimed to own the
beer found at that place, but as the beer
was In Marcellas s possslon and as llic
arrant covered Ins nreinises tne prosecu
tion will be against Marcellas and if he Is
able to prove that the beer was not
the boarder will be heli for it.
For Promnt Attention
and Good Work
Bend orders for eyerydav
PHINIX JOB PRINTING OFFICE
The largest office
and best equipment In Vermont.
E. L. HILDRETH & CO.
The Supreme Court Itemlrrs Drcmon
In Ihe Case of S. II. I.ii.elle vs. Town
The state supreme court rendered its tie
c s on Monday in the case of fjesllo l.a
zelle. administrator, vs. the town of New-
fane, sustaining the decision of the county
court, which was in favor of the town.
This case has attracted a great deal of In
terest. It was a suit to recover froUUO lor
Stillman II. I.azelle of Dover, the only
surviving heir and next of kin to Emily S.
Lazelle, who was killed by being thrown
from a bridge to some rocks on Sept. 20,
1805. Both legs and both arms were brok
en and her head was crushed, causing
death in 10 minutes. No one saw the ac
cident and Stillman II. Lazelle afterward
had no recollection about it, he being seri
ously injured in tho same accident.
The case was tried at tho March term of
tho county court in 1807, O. C. Fitts and
I j. M. Head appearing for tin plaintiff and
Haskins and Waterman, Martin A- Hitt for
tho town. The plaintiff claimed that one
or two largo rocks had been taken from
the bed of the road and dumped near tho
highway and that they had a tendency to
frighten horses. The testimony of tho de
fence was to the effect that the rocks were
taken out of tho road by the road commis
sioner and that the larger of them was
covered with brush. The horse which
Stillman hazplle was then driving had
passed the rocks several times without
showing fright and that on that day the
horse, which was but six years old, had
been shod for the first tlmo. The supremo
court has not yet given its reasons for the
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Itntix m.ide. bv Hutchinson a. l'erry 2. Orton,
Ilolne 3. Adams, Alden, HIkkMk, tleorne 3, kanqi-
son, Wallace, Lane, IteiiiBeu, wuouiuhu.
THE WAR WITH SPAIN."
n Crnsuile for ItlKhlemia ut " Kev.
Ij, It. Ttuiple'n Sermon Lust Sunday
Itev. L. D. Temple delivered a strong
sermon at tho Baptist church Sunday
tho subicct, "The ar with
Spain a Crusade for ltighteousness." Mr,
Tnmnln based his remarks upon Isa. i.viii,
(i-8, and clearly demonstrated his views
imon tho present struggle. Following Is a
i,-iof iMiiinurv of the sermon:
Tho Hlhl Is a practical book. Its voice
la .lannllv fnr neace. sometimes for war,
o.i niwavs for righteousness. Herbert
un..r npris that all Government is Im
moral, just as some people declare all war
... i.o u,ieknd. Some wars are holy. This
. u a riirhteous movement on our part.
itii.i noil Kiifrland havo In turn taken
a hand In repressing Spanish Injustice and
ONK of Vermont' best frms known as the
celebrated Wlnslow stock and dairy farm, 4
miles from the thriving village of Putney where
are stnre-i, churchen, mills of all kinda; farm con
taiim 300 acres la liluli state of cultivation; fruu
of all kind Fallliic health Is the cauxe of my
few ,J?ys ago Col. John Hay sahl In Eng-
in the course of Uio worm s yru-ruas,
fallen to us to finish what they
becan. Wo are beginning the closing act
f .iro,3 ;im vears n continuance, a
vc UOJti im Kor further par
ticulars enquire, of K J 11AILEY. Ileal Esu e
Atrent, Uraitlehoro, Vt , or or the owner WAU
HKN 11 r N.NETT. on Hie place at l'utney, Vt.
1'lltnev. Aoril 13. 18'Ji. 1
Panicum Cms Gal li.
The IT. V. SI
Team on It
The University of Vermont base ball
team is on a trip through New York state.
Miner, the crack lelt-lianueii twiner, nas
decided not to join tho Montreal club of
tho Eastern league, and will do a large
part of the work in tho box. Oatley and
loyner will be mo oilier two pucners, wuu
the other players as follows: Catchers,
Aldingcraud Wassou; lirst base, Wight;
second base, Stiles; third base, Keynolds;
shortston. .lohuson: left field, Henkel ; cen
tre field. Cant. Whelan; right field, Mur
ray. Johnson Is a member of company A,
Rutland, and IlenKcl is a sergeant in com-
tianv I. llrattleboro, of tho Vermont Na
tional (luard, and they may be called into
active service before the trip ends. 'Ihe
Vermonters will play the Syracuse, Ho
hart, I'tilon and Cornell college teams and
the West I'olut cadets.
YOU WALK AT THE BHIDQE.
Klectrlc Citra Cannot Pan OHlng to n
llrokm Tru Special Town MectliiR
to See About i, .ev llrlilnr.
The middle truss on the cast side of the
Main street bridge is broken short off six
feet from the south abutment wall. An-
rew Horton discovered that the truss was
cracked Tuesday and appearances InJicate
that it had been in that condition lor some
time. Just when the break was completed
s not known but It was discovered soon
fter the lirst electric car crossed the brld&e
Uailiff Fleming notified tne raliroau com
pany not to run more cars over, ine
break is under the east track of the rail
road and the bridge at that point has set
tled from four to six inches. A car was
jacked over to the west track during this
forenoon and was rolled across irom tne
south side so that there would be two cars
to run between the bridge and West llrattleboro.
The brldne was built In ISO!). It has
been apparent for some time that it would
bo necessary, sooner or later, to build a
new bridge and the selectmen believe that
the time has now come when this must be
They will probably call a special town
meeting a week from next Saturday to see
If the town will allow them to appropriate
an amount of money sufficient for this
purpose. Meanwhile the bridge will be
Siinomls, tho Cashing academy pitcher,
made a wonderful record .Monday In
ame against Wesleyan academy, striking
out LM men in nine innings, unly two
singles were made oil him, and dishing
won ts to u.
JOHN DUNTON BADLY BURNED.
lng to tho fact that It has a part to per
t tbn serious work of tho world.
To free Cuba from tyranny Is one phase,
nf it. The United States Is the good
o.rtto,. nn tho Cuba-road. Oppression
robbery, starvation and butchery have
,.h-nf that new kind caused misery enoigti n. ... .-a , r. ,
1 i rty Wand. The time has com o w neu u
season on my Hat north of Newfan- village. It . , j whether to act the part of .1 lldas or
pro ucvd fourornvetonsof dry hayon auacre. " Our President and tho Congress
attla like It. Will sell the seed at 15 cents per Jesus, uur a.c all tho people
pound to the lirst orderinfr as lone as It 'as"-;15 have chosen the latter anu an i n- uFlD
omnia seeds an acre. KeS article In The Vhaabt, ' ,.Amen." At the Very outset It is lm-
April o. si. u. UUWK, Hewiaue, vi.
llll Clothra Took Hie Iron, h t.aaollne
llrazler null lie Jumped Into the
IVI.etatone MUtake of Ihe Fire De
The fire department was called out
about S o'clock Friday evening by an
alarm from box 30, the lire beinc In John
Punton's repair shop In the basement of
the Odd Fellows' building near Main street
bridce. Mr. Uunton was working with
L'.asollno brazier, and iu reaching down to
turn out the name his coat sleeve caught
fire. Ho ran to tho platform on the side
of the bulldinc and from there jumped In
to Whetstone brook thus extinguishing tho
Haines which had by that time burned him
Chief of Police Hall, who was near the
brldne. helped Mr. Duntoti out of tho
brook and then ran to tho shop and ex
tlngulshed the fire before it caused serious
damage. Mr. Dunton was seriously burned
about the head and left arm. He will
probably not be ablo to work for several
On account of a mistake In tho indicator
at the engine house tho steamer and one
hoso cart went up to Chapiu street, the
drivers thinking the alarm was from box
27 Instead of 110.
Cl.llilrel.'a NlK'.Hy IlnhlU
Dr. E. Deletion's Antl Diuretics may be worth
more than $iuu u you nave a ciiuu wuo aoua oeu
trnni Incontlnteiice of water durine aleeD
nnma old and vountr alike,. It arrests the trouble
at once. tl. 8old by decree. E, Greene, drap
gist, Brattleboro, vi.
ft. BOSTON J!Lf.iiiiH
Dr. Greer, the Vanderhllta' Itrrtor, Who
Twice ltefuaed to llo lllahup, Dr. Morgan
of the Church of the Heavenly Heat ud
Dr. llehrcmla of llrooklyn.
NEW YonK, April 2". Spoclnl.
Whothor nil tho clergymen who Imve been
glml to net us chnplnlns for national guurd
regiments In this city In tlmo of punco will
onro to go to tho front with tlio organiza
tions when thoy tiro culled out Is it rnther
Interesting question which time nlono can
nnswor. It would seoni probable on tho
fncoof things, howoycr, tlint In somo cases
nt least tho answer will be In tho negative.
For sovornl of these clergymen aro men
of grent eminence, In clmrgo of famous
churches, whoso sphere of Influcnco nt
homo Is fnr wider than Hint of nn nrmy
chaplain In tlmo of wnr, nnd who can be
of much greater servlco to tho cimso of pa
triotism nnd Immunity hern than they
possibly could nt tho front.
Tho best known of tho Now York nn-
tlonnl gtinrd chaplains prolmhly Is tho
Hov. Dr. David II. Greer, rector of St.
Bartholomew's Protestant Episcopal
church, under whoo ministrations mem
bers of tho Vnndcrbllt family sit every
Sumlny, nnd who has twice declined to stop
Into n -bishop s piaco.
Chaplain Oroer Isnttnclied tothofiunous
Seventh regiment nnd lias been for n num
ber of yenrs. He Is very popular nllko
with tho "boys'1 nnd tho officers, every
one of whom would promptly resont tho
Idea that "prudeneo" was nt tho bottom
of his decision should ho elect to remain
nt homo. Few clergymen nnywhero on
enrth havo charge of Kreater expenditures
that Dr. Greer, nnd few or notio has
shown greater wisdom in tlio disburse
ment of u laruo church Income.
When Cornolius Viintlerhllt, nfter much
persuasion, Induced tho doctor to Rivo up
his work In Providence, where bo was
then located, some ten years ngo or more,
itwiis on tlio understanding that ho should
undbrtiiko tho task of bringing its many
of the working folk of St. Unrtholomow's
parish as possible under tho Inlluelico of
tho church, whllu nt tlio sumo tlmo tho as
surance was extondud that thcro should
never bo n lack of liiuney.
It was because that Dr. Orccr had come
to realize fully tho amount of nnd that
can lio wrought witli ample llnaticlul
moans In a big city that he .helmed urt
to succeed the lnmcntcd Ui-lmp Phillips
Brooks in Boston and later to bee ome
bishop coadjutor In Hbodc Island. Vet it
may bo that he will deem It his duty to go
south with tho seventh in cne it is ur
tiered to join In tho Cuban ciimpniKii,
csK'clnlly slnco tho vast practical work vl
ht. Bartholomew's is now mi well organ
I zed that It could bo carried on efficiently
for months without his iwrsonul guldunco.
The Hov. Dr. D. Parker Moruim, rector
of tho Church of tho Heavenly Hct, is the
chaplain nttnehed to Squadron A, nnd. nl
though unllko Dr. Greer, ho Is not a nn
tlvo of this country, hut was In rn iu
Wales, ho Is thoroughly and distinctly
American In sentiment.
Dr. Moruan Is it Krudunto of the Eng
lish unlvorslty of Oxford, but has been 11
resident of tho United States since 1SS1
when ho was mado an assistant tler
man of the church ho now presides over
us rector, to which post ho was elevated In
!&!". Ah ii preacher ho began to win lilli
rciiutu from tho cry hi'Cinning ol hi
clerical labors hero. His excellence as 11
sneaker win enrly soon to bo equaled by
his administrative ability, nnd within the
lirst ten years of his rectorship ho hml
cleared off n church debt of niuro than
fCOU.UOO. In 1890, however, while suffer
inir much from overwork, ho mntle tlio
mistake of drawing largely for tho ma
terlal of his Easter discourse from n scr
mon preached a half century before by Dr
Putnnm. A brother clergyman who read
a novvspapcr report of tho address detected
Its source and proceeded to write to tho
newspapers iibout It, whereat a grout scon
dal a rose.
Soino of my readers may remember tho
clamor that followed. Instead of donylUK
tho allegation, Dr. Moruim admitted that
ho hod read tho Putmuii sermon only a
day or two before preaching bis own and
had drawn freely upon it. miiu most in
teresting part of the wholo business was
the manner In which his frank nnd freo
confession was received by tho church
Thcro were somo in New York nnd perhaps
very ninny who looked for complete repu
dlatlim of tho rector, but tho contrary
course was taken. Commodore Gerry of
tho "cruelty"' society, H. Walter Webb,
then uctivo nnd well, besides scores of
members scarcely less well and favorably
known to tho community, rnllleu in ur.
Morgan's support. If they had not dono
so. thev would havo boon properly charge
ablo with tho grossest ingratitude, for tho
church ns It is, of which they nro nil justly
nroud. is what Dr. Morgan has mado It
The result was nil that could havo boon
desired, and today Dr. Morgan seems to
bo ns highly esteemed both In nnd out
of his parish ns ever. It may bo added
that tho sharp eyed clergyman who detect
oil tho plagiarism whs himsolt later con
victed of using tho thoughts nnd tho words
of another man ns his own.
Ovor In Brooklyn tho Hov. Dr. A. J. F.
Bchronds. nnstor of tho Gontrnl Congrega
tional church, Is nttnehed to tho Thirteenth
regiment ns chaplain and baa decided to
go with hlsroglinent, ns hnvosovoral other
Brooklyn chaplains. Dr. 'Honrends is
not so well known tho country through
perhaps as olther Dr. Greer or Dr. Morgan,
but ho Is probably tho most successful
minister In tlio borough of Brooklyn to
Aay. Thero was u time some years ngo
wfeei) his name was to bo boon daily on
tho prlntvd page, antl his conduct was tho
subject of no end of discussion on tho part
of tho communicants In nt least two ovnn
That was soveral years ngo when, nftor
mature thought and careful deliberation,
ho decldod to loavo tho Baptists, with
whom ho had hitherto labored, nnd cast
In his lot with tho Congrogntionnllsts. It
wns nt nbout that tlmo that ho left Cleve
land to oomo east, nnd thoro was muoh
curiosity for nwhilo as to how ho would
succeed In his doubly now Held of labor.
All doubts ns to that wore romovod very
soon nfter Dr. Bohronds began in his
Brooklyn pastorato. Tho congregation,
which had boon running down, picked
up ut unco, tho collections Increased from
Sunday to Sunday, nnd It was nut long
before ho had won n high degree of per
sonal popularity. This last is nttostod by
his olectlou os tho Thirteenth's spiritual
adviser. Dkxtkk MAIiSHALL.
The fact that the quality of Butter
marketed to-day largely depends upon the grade of
salt used admits of no argument.
Two qualifications in Dairy Salt are indispen-
ist. Absolute purity, which insures good
flavor and keeping qualities.
2d. Quickness in dissolving,
perfect distribution with
amount of working.
The fact tliat all the prize butter made in
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Connecticut
last year was salted with Worcester Salt, and that
90 per cent ot the creamery and dairy men in
New England use nothing but Worcester, proves
beyond a doubt that Worcester is the Standard of
Dairy Salt, and embodies the above indispensable
qualifications. A!so Best for Table and Kitchen.
Kverybo.ly hays So.
Cascarets Candy Carthartlc, the most wonder
ful medical discovery of the aso, pleasant and
refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively
on kidneys, liver and towels, cleansing the entire
Hvateiii. nmoei co oh. cure i euuaciie. lever, iiaun
...I nniullliarlAII fit,,. I ill Irtl IdtlMtttl PIflMM llllV RIlll
try a box of O. O U. today: 10, 25, 60 cents. Sold
and guaranteed to cure by all druggists. 1
Tho Wlsc-:n Agricultural Experiment Station.
M Miv. Wi- , July i !, 185-.
, 1 i.nur Unv-i 1 li.n e ;i 1 "co.isi'.n to use the various s.zes
1; r . 11' s Separu'iir-. f.u .I.i.rv inv.ra. .m during several winters past
' ns have a'.w.ivs 1 en p.e.vse I with the operation of these Ser.irators,
. ' n 1 that thev sk--n 'lie mi" very clean indeed from fat, and t...it t.iey
. mcrally very batisfaanry. . . ,.
V. A. HENRY, Dean College of Agriculture.
Cornell Unlvorslty Exporimont Station.
ll II L.. N". Y.. November i?, 1&5?.
av i used the I". S. Separators for the past four or live years, and have
.em at all times efficient and reliable. They are easily cleaned and kept
r and can be dui-unded upon for satisfactory work.
H. 11. WIN'ti, Prof. Dairy Husbandry.
Massachusotts Agricultural College
AMUEKST, M.Vss.July iBq?.
regard the Improv, J I'mte l states Separator as one of the verv best all
1 .. In rlc-inncs.. nf Rktmmlnir It Kurnnsied all the others. it
I iris tav'.rablv with Hi" lest m 1ap.11 1 tv. Our man calls it the smouthest
K t.u h ni' we have, although 1: has been in use nearly three vears a
4 t jiiiintiit on its wearing qua!. tics. 1". S. COOLE. l'rof. ot Ag t.
Michigan Exporimont Station.
AORlcl l.ILKVI. C'lLLhGE, MlCll., Jan. 27, 1S97.
ir J.- t Separator was received, set up, and has been operated daily since
January. Kach of our dairy bo s has now had a turn at it, setting it
n it, washing u. and testing the skim-milk. 1 hey all like the macnine,
i -r ot .ts easv running ami simplicity. We are running through milk
i 4 ..'its old, warmed to over i-j and Usual. v about ,: degrees. The per
' a' in the skim-m.Ik, s,, far as reported, will not reach on the average
i .f a p.-r eent., and often Is too small to read, in the skim-milk bottle, u e
. t ed with the machine in ev. ry possible way, as far as we have been able
bsirvc it in a month's jse. , .,
CLINT i )N' 1). SMITH. Director Michigan.Expcriment Station.
1803 Record Equally as Good.
Aukii i i ti uvl CoLi.UiK, Mien., March si. i?oS.
iw that I have anything to add to what 1 wrote you in January,
..r i-iv hanges to make in the statements tnerem maue (see niwvei.
C. 1). SMITH, Director.
Vermont Exporimont Station.
University of Vkkmont anu sum Ai.ku ilti-rai. CdiXEOK,!
IU'KI.inuion. Vt.. June j, is-1
hat been the uniform custom of the ollicers of the ermont Motion io
it t . iss ., letters of a testimonial nature. 1 in i
.! - 1 1 -1 i parties inquiring regarding the lue.- ' .
s p. ii. itors to "- ords of the running ot t. -
however, that lean
t ie Improved united
u- as published in our
i- 1 i.ury Schools of the
ihe skimming is con-
i- ests referred to nro as follows):
Aua. . ,.,,..0.05 Aug. n
" in O.05 "
rt srlts obtained by the use of these machines a
tw . vears are full liettvr, so fur as the character
i ,..ea, ,uaa Liiuse mini u i iv irimn. . iC-i.:...
JCSHl'Il L. HIU.S (Director Vt. Experiment Station).
Iowa Experiment Station.
Ames. Iowa. Tan. s. ia?.
Your two machine. buvc been hero in uso for some time and are doing
. hav. siu'ceedcd in skimming over j.e, pounds -per hour, and as close as
..r of f-i l..fr m sk im.uitlK. wuu mo larger uiauiiiue. ....o..
consider .cellctit worU for the winter.
work. G. L. Mi
Tli. snv.ll 1tl:iehlne nlso does gOOU
. KAV. Statu Dairy Instructor, Iowa Ag'l College.
Again in Juno;
Iowa Experiment Station.
Airs lnu'A. lunn as. iEot.
Yourlirv.e sie factor m.io unc has been doing excellent work. We have J
I u-1 I it s. x .lavs Der week, .or the past two montits, ana it skhbs io a uaco 1 11,01.
I aioim, sK.mming w.iJj 10 pouuas pe; i.oui ,..,..,,,. . .. .
VI. 1.. .uilsv, Laie uuu j iiiauu.u,.
Ohio State Unlvorslty.
Columhus. Ohio. Tune 2?. iSqt.
rnclo..ed you will find statement of the several runs made with your various
(.Tests from the runs referred to s
Januarv 15 I.02 1-ebrua
show the following"!:
mry 2 O.ou t eDruary 15.
18 tests snow not over o 05 ot one per cent, ot int..
ursc. viul will nu.lerstarlil tn.lt xnese runs were maue uv siuueuvs iw at
lih. . oinoi.rhj.l no knowledee ot seii.irator worK. Tne same cmciency eau
1 hardly I e expecjeu under sucn circumstances ns wncre uperuicu j an
l lllil.vft 1-. liuis 1 u'roiessur 01 vyjiMiw.i.
; Idaho Exporimont Station.
Moscow, Idaho, March jfi, 1897.,
Onr Dairv School has Just closed, having bad a very successful career. e
5 llliprOVUU C . .TCJwirtlui . ..mj O v ..
hae used d.ulv one of your No. 5 Improved U. S. Set
perfect satisfaction, and is the favorite with all ihe boys
CHAS. 1'. I ON, l'ro
rofessor of Agriculture.
Connecticut Exporimont Station.
New Haves'. Conn., Aug , 1E97.
The Improved V. S. Strain Turbine is running every day. and lias been sinco
Aurl I: is an easv-rimmng and thorough skimming machine.
In two recent tests, made 011 different days, running .1 trifle over 71.0 lbs. of
milk per hour, the skim-mitu snoweu :
No. 1, 0.06 of 1 per cent.
No. 1, U.07
This Is as close as nnv one could ask for.
A. W. OtlDEN. Chemist, Conn. Ag I Experiment Station.
Missouri Exporimont Station.
Coll'MIUA. Mo.. March us. 1S0S.
The Improved V. S. Hand Separator was used in our Dairy School dui ing the
cxcciurnt work!he "U'MUM l J 'iT WAT10RS, liean a'nd Director;"
Tho Improve' n-".;i States Separators are now not almost but
Mtogciliei mi'vcrv '. ;i . luimliL-r 1.1 use is i;o,ooo, inoru or less, incir ,
sal-- is ( 1,-vcn I.) one it all 1 niutini; tiKiclimcs combined. 1 Ire latest improve-
pi- nts 1.111V them sP',1 furtlur H the bout. ieml for new Dairy catalogue 1
I N ;ii vt new ("rc.nnciy i.it.ilot;uc No. 190. ,
VERMONT FARM MACHINE CO., Bellows Falls, Vt.
Hallock's "SUCCESS" Anti-Clog Weeder and Cultivator.
Guaranteed the best In the world. Price, f 10, Length, 7i feet. Weight. T5 pounds. l'oinUof
merit 1st. Teeth are removable. 2d. Handles and shafts adjustable. 8J. Teeth made of Hat
Miring steel. Only weeder mmle having teeth made of Hat steel. 4tU, Frame, angle steel.
Sth Teeth guaranteed for onn vear, all breaking replaced free of charge, 6th. Absolutely the only
antl clog weeder made. Tim weeder Is a laborsaver and a money saver. More of these vteeders
were sold In llrattleboro and vicinity iu 169", than all other makes combined. The "Success"
weeder lias given grent satisfaction wherever used. Some ot the last year's customers to who m
we reier are f. i , uieason ana iienry Amey, west iiraiueuoro; josepn jounson, mariuoroj
lei llarlier. llrattleboro: Adams Wood, l'utney; Will Iietterly, EaHt Dover; V, 8. Cuttlnr. Wll.
mlngtou; K. 11. Miller, Duuunerston, Full lurtlctilars ou application to W. JU. 8YI.VK!TI'.1I,
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