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THE VERMONT P1I0GNIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, JANUAUY 8, 1002.
T rHERE is no fixed rule for making a cup of good tea, for there is no easy way of measuring strength. The better the tea the less you use With Chase & Sanborn's Tea (the highest grade imported) you use only one-third of what would be needed of ' ordinary tea, That is what makes this tea the cheapest in the world to use, because it goes so far and lasts so long. One package proves the asser- tion Try it, I "ORICINAt. PACKACB " TKAS. ORtOFF (Kormos.1 OoloncV KtiH-l-CKiR (Kng. llreaUast). UkaMjU I'kkub (Indu & Ccylon). KendaKsl IUd lt20Ycnrs. lioil, mdl, eo. un. iwu. Dr. B. J. KencUU Co.. Gentleineni t Ihftr owd your Kendall'i SpaTln Cur er rtlncfllctn retnemlert ibout SO years, aod It ii &11 yca wcommwd frr H. THE OLD And Most Succossful Romody Evor Spllnts and a.11 Lamoncss. This Is tho unnualifled exnerience of thnnsamls of horspmen nnrh thors In this nnd other countrlesnnd thero 1 110 reason wliy you should nut snaro In t hes.o benellts. Justread i wmu iub uouvb peupio sny nuout -Mveuuau s. Ilnndilltlon to brliiR tho best stable rotnedy knonu, It is um-qualed asa hnlmcut for Ihhko-I hold anI family ust. Sold KeueraHybyalldruK cists. Prica M: slx bottles fur sS. Wo sond KENUALLS H vniuauie uook, "a i reatise on tne norse," j,ro- 1SPAV1N ClPt,H Iuse'J '"usiraiea, irce DR. IS. J. KENDALL CO., Enosburg Concord Buggies Farm Wagons of all kinds. The best Log Trucks you ever saw. Milk Wagons and Meat Carts. Wc build'nll tlie abovc to ordcrjind we nlso carry in stook a htiitc avsoitnicnt of BUGGIES, SURREYS, and ROAD CARTS HARNESS, ROBES, BLANKETS, Etc. AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. ltepairlnjr and pnintliig at bhurt notice by skillcd wurktncii. Drnp nie a cuid lf you want to trade. M. S. LEACH, ESTABLISHED IN 1865. R. J. KlMBALL & CO., Bankers and Brokers BBHnraanmiiBnnBmaBBBuni AND DUALEKS IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES, 71 Broadway, New York. STOCKS and RONDS iVcVU3',1!eIiI-TTFIttl,,iSof s,wk9 o i uurvo aiiu uunuo bonds, and advanco moncy to carry the samo when l-cqucsted. ' More than Thlrty Years membershlp in The New York Stock Exchange. ItOllEUT J. K1MIIAI.L. W. EUGr.NU KIMI1ALL. NEW YORK TRIBUNE FARMER. A NEW OLD PAPER MORAN & CO., Ftineral Dlrector, Furnlshlng Under takers and Embalmcrs. Ullcry Ilulldinir, llrattleboro. E. L. HILDRETH & CO. It Is Our Buslneaa to Do Good Prlntlng. HarmonyJgHinn, Brattliboro. SPAVIN CURE Neer Palled. It dlnc CL. Atr. 2nJ. 1900. Ir,Tl.J, k.Ti.LSlC,.. IcarS.r: C.c't IUrtuely ur KrnJU's ?vio ture on i inv h rsei inj nftir Lite hnl a failarr RELIABLE Dlscoverod for Spo.vlrvs, Rlngbonos, nie lo uiem lor your own saiisiacuon. upon rcmicsi. FeUIs. Vt. EXPRESS and J GROCERY WAGONS Hinsdale, N. H. ttF.1?? s'xty years tho NEW YOHK WEEKLT TRIB UNE nasbeen a natlonal weekly newspaper, read almost cntirely by farmers, and has enjoyed the con fldence and support of tho Amerlcan pcople to a decreo never attained by any similar publlcatlon. The New York Tribune Farmer is made absolutely for farmers and thelr famllles. The flrst number was issued November 7th, 1001. Every department of agricultural Industry is covered by speclal contributors who are leadera in thcir re spective lines, and the THIBUNE FAUMEIl wlll be in overy sense a hlgh class, up-to-date, live, enterprislne aBricultural paper. profusely lllustrated with pictures oi nrem8k;..model farm bulldlnBS and homes, agri cultural machlnery, ctc. TinIcraPr,mfnrr.3'.iS!i'es,,S0?Siani1 d.auehtcrs will flnd speclal pages for thelr entertalnment. Kegular prlce J1.00 per ycar, but you can buy it with ffinfty rLixrBraUroI'v"? m"ey t0 ThB Verm0nt Send your name and address to the NEW YORK TRIBUNE FARMER, New York Clty and a free sample copy will be malled to you. MERCHANTS' I MINERS' TRANSPORTATION CO. STEAMSHIP LINES KltOM BOSTON and PROVIDENCE To Norfolk. Baltimore. Richmond, Wash- nitiuii, oavannan ana all polnts Sou unu veat. TicKets inciude meals and room on steamer. Slx salllngs each For Adv. matter, salllngs, rates, tlckets, etc, address A. M. GRAHAM. Aaent, Boston. M . r. juni, gent, Provldence, R, J. C. WHITNEY. T. M. , I. W. P. TURNER, G. P. . A. vicucrui uiuces, uaitimore, Md. S. W. EDGETT & CdM Real Estate and Investments. Farms, Vlllage Property, Anythlng, bought and sold. Management of estates a apsclalty. 61 MAIN 'ST.. BRATrS"cBQr.O. VT. I BRATTLEBORO CENTURY'S FIRST YEAR Winnham County's Record of lm portant Events in 1901. The Monthly Revlcw Shows a Long Llst of Strlklng and Memorable Oc currences 50th Weddlng Annlver sarles. January. nrnttlcboro's nowost hoatlery, tho Mclroso Houso, In West Brattleboro, was openctl Jnn. 7. On the samo day tho houso and outbulldlngs of Clark P. Whltney of Westminster woro burnetl. John Snglanil, colored, of Brattleboro, was klckod In the stoniach by a vlc iotts horse Jnn, 10 and dlcd tho next day. Arehlo Klngsley and Orrin Klngsley of Wilmington wore crnsheil and lilllcd by a locomotlve at tho Hoosac Tunnel statlon Jan. 11. The honse on Jamcs Howo'a farm In New fane was burned Jan. 10. Charles Hall of Bellows Falls was kllled Jan. 17 by beliig canght In a shaftlng In the factory of the Caseln Comnany of Ainerlca. B. E. Clark'a bulldlnga In Halifax were burncd Jan. 18. Lewis Crono stole a horse of 15. A. Kenncy of Gulldford Jan. 18, was arrested In Kceno, and was sentenccd In thf Windham county court to from fotir to flve ycars In tho state lirlson. A. V. Goodenougli. of West Brattleboro drank a polson eye-wnsh Jan. 27 with snlcldal intent. February. Spontancous coinbustion in tho of flce of H. K. Taylor & Son of Brattl? boro cansed a flro whlch did damago to the amount of $1000 Feh G. Clinton Adams of Canibridgoport was flnod Feb. 11 for setting flrc to a steor on whlch he had poured keroscne. Clar cnco Spraguo of Jacksonville was klll ed by a falllng treo Feb. 22, and his cotisin. I.cwls Spraguc, was made in sane by tho accident. Ocorge J. Wll son of Bellows Falls, addlcted to the chloroform habit, was found dead in bed Feb. 21. havlng taken an over dose. Col. Kittredgo Haskins of Brat tleboro was appointed in February alde de camp on the staff of the com mandcr in chief of the grand encamp lrent. O. A. H. In the samo month the tallest private nionnment in Ver mont was erected in Brattleboro to tho mcmory of Kx- Oovernor I.. K. Ful ler. March. Judge I.. M. Itead of Bellows Falls was elected president of the Bellows Falls Savlngs Instltutlon early in March to succecd Ilenry C. l.ane, de ceased. The honse of II. I). Water man of Brattleboro was destroyed by fire March 15. A decreo of court was filed In Boston March 19 whlch gave to Brattleboro an annual Income of abotit ?2C,000 from the Thomas Thompson estate. By the death of Maj. Arthur L. Howard, who was kllled in the Transvaal, Horace H. Howard of Ver non became heir to ono-sixth of an es tate valued at $200,000. I'erley I. Blanchard of East Putney drowncd himself In the Connecticut river March 28, while despondent. The body was recovered Nov. 23. Aprll. There were about 20 cases of diph theria in Brattleboro, Bellows Falls and Dummerston In the spring of the year, largely ln Aprll, two cases result ing fatally. Mrs. I.aura Howe of Ja maica tlied April 1 from the effects of a dose of laudamim and paris green ta ken with snlcldal Intent. Brattleboro school district No. 2 appropriated $4000 Aprll 3 for new heatlng and ven tilating apparatus. C. H. Bobb of Bellows Falls was appointed in Aprll speclal agent for the Internal revenue department with an annual salary of $3000. Georgo Mitchell of Williams ville, white lntoxicated, fell from his wagon April 19 and was kllled, his neck belng hroken by one of the wheels passlng over It. Fred Phlllips of Brattleboro, while lntoxicated, was run over by a locomotive Aprll 20. Both legs were cut off and he dlcd In a few hours. Orlmus Howes of Graf ton was struck and Instantly killed by lightnlng April 22. May. Tho death of Joscph Mlller, who for morc than 52 years had been town clerk of Dummerston, took placo May 10. Fannio May Thomas, two-year-oid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Thom as of Brattleboro, set fire to hor cloth ing May 1G and was fatally burned. Charles Miner's hosiery factory in West Brattleboro was burned May 18, causing a loss of over $15,000. Willlam S. Stearns of Brattleboro com mltted sulclde by hanging May 27. June. A barn and contents ln West Hal ifax, owned by Fletcher Dalrymple and Dexter Dalrymple, was burned Juno 5, causing a loss of $3000. A $4000 fire occurred In Bellows Falls Juno 5, when the wood-worklng shop of Moses Mlller was burned. The body of Janies Grifllln of Brattleboro was found In tho river at Vernon Juno 29 In an unrecognlzable con dition. July. Fire In tho Brattleboro Hosiery com pany's factory July G destroyed $1500 worth of goods. John L. Itay, tho veteran Brattleboro llveryman, turn cd on the gas ln his room In tho Sold cverywbere in cans- alltizci. Made by Standard 011 Company Rainandsweat W-t . have no tlTect oa MlWinil-W'jrx ness Oll. It re- tlslt the dimp, jr w luepstheiuth. Jf jr ft7CC I vj?iflMNES$ I do not brealc. V N T LOCAL NEWS. Brooks Honse July I I nml was as phyxlated. Col. Thomas Hannon of Brattleboro was elected stiporlntond ciit of tho Soldlors Homo In Benning ton July 17. Morton Starr Crcssy of Brattleboro, on July 19, shot and klll ed his room-mate, Sldncy Gray Bristol of Battlo Creok, Mlch., whom he nils took for a burglar. Englneer Georgo Corllss of Brattleboro was kllled In a colllslon ln Charlcstown, N. II., July 25. Flro ln J. T. Hlldreth's enr rlago factory In Brattleboro July 20 destroyed over $3000 worth of prop erty. An englno houso, locomotlve, car barn and hantl car woro burned In South Londonderry July 28. Frank Hastlngs of Windham was suffocated under a pllo of sawdust July 29. August. A fatal accident happoned on tho Brattleboro street rallroad ' In West Brattleboro Aug. 9, when Mrs. Hllza Cook, 81, was struck by a car and her leg and arm brokon. Chnrles Bean was so badly l)iirned by fire In the Brattleboro Gas Llght company's l)iiildlng Aug. 1 1 he dled in a few hours. Englneer Albert H. Hall of Brattleboro was run over ln Lobanon, Conn., Aug. 11, whllo asleop on the track and was Injtired so that he died tho next day. There was an epidcnilc of tramps in Brattleboro In August. Two were sentenccd to the honse of correctlon. Georgo Houghton of West Dover was found dead Aug. 2S, havlng fallon from his carrlage white lntoxicated nnd havlng been strangulatcd by mud. September. It was announccd Sept. 1 that $75, 000 had been secured for Vermont Acadcmy at Saxtons Hlver, thus In surlng $15,000 addltlonal from John 1). Uockefeller. Thomas J. Knlght's honse In Brattleboro and two horses owned by Judge H. II. Whceler were burned Sept. 8; loss $1200. Mrs. II. W. Cobb's farm bullding ln Saxtons Hiver were burned Sept. 9: loss $1000. The annual convention of the Vermont society of Colonial Dames was hold in Brattteboro Sept. 18. Dr. Holton was elected president of the American Pud llc Health Assoclation Sept. 20. Four peoplc were hurt, Mrs. Emogene Whlto of Brattteboro seriously. in a wreck on the Brattleboro & White hall rallroad Sept. 2 1. October. The 27th annual convention of the Vermont W. C. T. V. was held in Bel lows Falls Oct. 2 to 4. The trusteos of the Thomas Thompson estate bought, Oct. 7, tho Hall estate on Canal street, upon whieh to ostabllsh a hospital. Stephen G. Ellls of Brat tleboro was accidentally shot in North field, Mass.. Oct. 9. and dled in a few hours. The annual convention of the Vermont Christlan Endeavor Unlon was lield In Brattleboro Oct. 8, 9 and 10. Franklin H. Wheeler, 94, the old est man ln Brattleboro, died Oct. 13. The inill property of E. L. Burbee of West Dover, valued at $3000, was burned Oct. 20. Ernest J. Watcrman was elected captain of company I, Vermont Natlonal Guard, of Brattlebo ro Oct. 2S, to succeed Capt. W. T. Haigli, reslgned. Flro ln Crosby block, Brattteboro, caused a loss of $S700 Oct. 29. Judge Stafford, in county court, lmposed hcavy fines on several vlolators of the iirohlbltory law In October. Several hotel pro prietors left the state to avoid arrest. In the same month Judge Wheeler rendered judgement for $15,000 in fa vor of tho Great Westem Minlng nnd Manufacturing company versus tho B. D. Harris estate of Brattteboro. November. On Nov. 11 Byron Pike, a break man on tho Wilmington & Hoosac Tun nell railroad, was run ovor by his traln In Whitingham and instantly kllled. Tho annual meetlngs of the Vermont Flsh and Gamo League and tho Ver mont Sons of tho Amerlcan Ilevolutlon wore held ln Brattteboro Nov. 13. Ed ward Gonyor, Peter V. Orcutt and Leon Cancdy of Brattleboro, convlcted of perjury In the county court, were sentenccd Nov. 14 to hard labor In the state prison for a perlod of not less than two years and six months and not more than threo years and six months. Dr. A. J. Greenwood's house and barn In Jamaica were burned Nov. 15; loss $2500. Ernest Thayer of Vernon was horrlbly mutilated Nov. 19 by being drawn ngainst a clr cular saw. Iron for a thlrd rall be tween Brattleboro and West Dum merston was dlstributed, beginning Nov. 20. H. E. Wellman's houso and rako shop and the bulldlngs on tho Stlllman Thompson place iu West minster wore burned Nov. 2S, causing a loss of $5000 with no Insurance. Bov. S. J. Smith of West Halifax was appointed, in November, a chaplain in tho Unlted States Army. A case of small pox developed In Brattteboro tho last wcek In November In tho person of Georgo Sherwln. December. Itural froo dollvory was Inaugurated Dec. 2 throughout Rockingham and a part of Westminster. Engineor E. H. Baldwin of South Londonderry was kllled in a colllslon in Vernon Dec. 3. C. S. Stockwoll's livory stablo ln Brattleboro, In a bulidlng owned by L. H. Itlrhardsqn of Brattleboro and O. O. Waro of Wilmington, was burn ed Dec. 8, causing a loss of $0000, Albert Schroedor of Brattleboro, a German, commltted suicldo Dec. 11 by shootlng. On tho samo day n jew elry swlndlo amountlng to $100, with a Jew named H. W. Marcus as chlef actor, was brought to llght ln Brattle boro. Injunctions wero served on tho operators of tho hrewery Dec. IS and sults for $10,000 wero brought agalnst J. A. Taylor, O. II. Ellls and F. C. Galo, charged with furnlshlng llnuor whlch resulted in tho death of Stephen G. Ellls of Brattteboro. Israel L. Hall of Halifax was arrested In Shelburne Falls, Mass., Dec. 19 on tho chargo of forgory In attempting to securo $2500 at tho First Natlonal bank. It doveloped that Hall had iirevlously se cured about $2500 on forged paper from tho Wilmington Savlngs bank. Two cases of small pox doveloped In Grafton In December. Golden weddlng annlversarles and celobratlons occurred during tho year as follows: Jan. 9, Mr. and Mrs. II, F. Stevenson of Brattteboro; Jan. 15, Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Farrlngton of Put ney; Jan. 22, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hyan of Gulldford; March 4, Mr. and Mra. Theodoro Itand of Townshend: March 10, Col. and Mrs. John Hunt of Brattleboro; March 27, Deacoc and Mrs. II. I. Turncr of East Dover; Juno 17, Deacon and Mrs. M. Thorap'son of Saxtons Hlver; Aug. 20, Mr. nnd Mrs. Te&Y "on of Saxtons 111 vpr- Rnnf 11 ou ' (Ira. John G. Newton of Brat r Jct. 1G, Mr. and Mrs L. h. m . . i.ii a ta- n i Itanncy of Brookline; Dec. 3, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jonnthan T. Herrlck of Brattte boro. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Strootcr of Whitingham obsorvcd tho GOth nnnl vcrsary of thelr marrlngo Dec. 1G. NEGRO'S BLOWS FATAL Henry M. Warner of Charlemont, Mass., Horribly Beaten. Hlred Man, with Chalr and Flat Iron, Fractured Warner's Skull and Shat tered His Jaw. Formcr Ueputy fihprirf Hcnry M. War ner, Cl, was fntally nnsatdtcd in thn kltphen of hl hoilce nt Clinrlemont late Snturdny nlKht, nnd Edwnrd Smltli. n ih Rro. employod by Wnmer inany yriirs, Is looked up In Grconflold to nwnlt tho rc HUlt of tho woiimls whlch, It Is claimed, hc Inlllrtcd. Mrs. Wnrnor, In trylng to scpnrnte the mon, wns knookcd dnwn nnd badly bruls cd. She mnimKcd to rpRaln hpr feet, nnd. with two other womcn who wcrc Iu tho hntisp. rnn, Iu n drlvlnn nnnw ntortn t" the tipnrpst tiplKhbor's. Thrpp or four tncii rpHponilol, nml on rr-nrhlnK thp hoiiFp found Smlth wnlklnir ubout with n t'ntlron ln his hnnd, whlh' ln thp kllphrn was the unconsclotis fiirtn of his ctn ploypr. Doctors who wrrp sunimnnpd found that Mr. Wnmer's skull wns pn bndly frnr turpd thnt tho brnln was pxposod. In nddltlon, hc had n wnund on thp rlRht tpinplp, the lowcr Jaw wns finrfiilly shat tprcd, only two tPeth rpmalnlnB. Kmlth was subpqupntly nrrcstpd nnd tnkcn to tho county Jall at Oropnfli-ld. Mrs. Wnrncr says that Smltb rnnn hoinp latc, nnd, fnlllnR to K' t ln nt thp bapk donr, rntnp nround to tho onp on the sldo nf thp houiie, whlch Mr. Wnrm-r. KPttlnf? nut of bpd, nnlock'il for hlin When Smlth pntcreil thp klt'lu'n tbcrr wprp snino words. nnd tlipn. Mrx Wnrnpr snys, Smlth sprntiR nt hpr hn'.lKitid nnd knnrkrd hlm down with n i i t lr Sln stnrtpd tn Intprfpre. nnd thon Smith fdl. d hpr alio with a rhalr. TIip n irro th. n snatched up n lintlron nnd. It li .xll. contlnued his nssnult on Mr W irnrr Hpfnro belni; taken to Orppnlb ld Smlth snld thnt whpn lie painp lionif W irn. r sworp nt hlm for bclnK sn latc nd th. n struck hlm. Smlth snld Iip dpfni'l. .1 lilm si'lf with fi chnlr. and ln dnlnii sn Ki'm k'i! Warner down: thnt this spiTiied ' tir.iu' Wnrner, nnd hc jumpril up nnd nnc f"r hlm with nnother c'lalr. wl n Smlth snld, he "Btnpped hlm for sood " It Is snld thnt thp npcro has shown slmis of mpntal dpratiKi mpnt. Mr. Warner dled Mondny nlKht wlth out lmvlnK rppalnpd ponsiloiisnps 1 1 wns n prospprous fnrmer nnd a llf- lnnc resldcnt of Chnrb'mont. IIp wns d'put shcrlff 15 yenrs. nnd for n lonii tlmp Itpms urpr nf the Dperflcld Vnlley Aiirlpultunil society. IIp was twlee mnrrled. nnd Is survlved by thrpp snns nnd n daiiRbtT by thp llrst mnrrlaKP nnd n wblow Smlth was arrnlRned nt fSri-enflt-ld Mn ilay moridiiK on the chnnri- of assanlt nnd hPld In $.VO0 fnr atMitranpc Jan S The eliarRp nuainst hlm wlll be rluuiKi il to murder when he Is next called in court. Wlll M. llnwson, 3Ti. of Athol. commltt.d sulclde Thursday at his home on South Athol road by shootlnc throuRh the riKbt temple with n revolver. lie was In thp Kropcry buslness ln Ornnce several yoars. but the pnst two years had carrled on n lunrh nnd rpstnurnnt buslneKS at the park between Omneo nnd Athol. lie wns de spondent nt not havlng regular work. He lenvcs n wife, father, brother and two slsters. The selectmen of Ilernnrdston gave n bpnrlng Paturday on the petltlon of the Om-nneld, nernnrdston nnd Northlleld street rnllway company for n frnnchlse from the Greenllcld nnd Hernardstnn llne north through thp mnln street of Ber nardslon to tho New Knglnnd liouse. thence easterly to the Hernardston and Northtleld llne. There were present about 73. Includlng the tempnrnry dlrectors of the road. The hearing was harmonlous nnd no opposltlon was manlfested In the dlscusslon. All who took part secmed to be In fnvor of grantlng a franchlse. with out nny unrpnsonable condltlons. Tlie ln formal vote In favor of grantlng thp pptl tlon wns unnnlmous. A Close Resemblance. "In what nuinner dnes an umbrdl.i n -semble a bet?" "It's a case of put up or shut up ' Stop the It is asad thing to sce fine fruit trces spoiled by the blight. You can always tcll them from the rest. They never do well afterwards but stay small and sickly. It is worse to sce a blight strike children. Good health is the natural right of children. But some of them don't get their rights. While the rest grow big and strong one stays small and weak. Scott's Emulsion can stop that blight. There is no reason why such achild should stay small. Scott's Emulsion is a medicine with lots of strength in it the kind of strength that makes things grow. Scott's Emulsion makes children grow, makes them cat, makes them slecp, makes them play. Give the weak child a chance. Scott's Emulsion will make it catch up with the rest. ThU picturo rcprcscnts tho Trade Ma.k pf Scott's KmuUou and U on the wrapperof cvery bottle. Eer.d for fr:c fsmple. SCdJT & IIOWNE, 109 Pearl St., New Yotk. 50c and gi. all druggists. 99" A PROCLAMATION! Wo proolalm our offer to tho pooplo that wo soll VINOL on a positlvo guar antco. lf itdoos not succecd In benefit Ingyoti wo wlll rofundtho ontlroamount of purohaso inonoy. lf you aro troublcd with any of the followlng allmonts wo know thatVINOL will holp you. Any way you should glvo ?oursolftuoohanco to bo bcnofltc'd by t, partlcularly as you tako no rlsk ln lojlng moncy lf it tfoos not holp you. All Run Down, No Appotlio, All Tircd Out, DcuSlltatad, Gain Flosh, Intligcstion, GotStrony, Dyspcpsia, Weak Pcople, Old Pooplo, Palo Wonton, Bronohilis, Palo Children, Soro Lungs, IrrilabilUy, Nervousnoss, Chronlo Colds, Hacldng Cough, Nursing Mothors, Woak Mothors Como in and got a book vrhloh tells all about VINOL. GEO. E, GREENE DRUCCIST. Lazy Liver "I luirn lifi-11 troublcd n urrnt dcul ivltli 11 mrpid livcr, nlin h prodiiccH ronstlpa tlon I found ( ASC'AKl T.S t iboall youclulm tortbcm aml .SLUircil sucU rcllrf tho tlrst trlol, tbat I purclmaud unothcr nuii nml w.n com pletely cureil I shult orny ic to nlad to rec jmnn nd C jscarcts wbencvcr tl.e opportunlty Ib pp'Bcntcd ' J. A Smitii 2W0 Susquobanna Ave riilladclpbla, I'a. CANDY TRAOC IUSK RIOISTIBtD Pleaitant ralaraMn I'otent Talc Good. Do Uood Never Mcken Wrakcn. or (.ri'P 10c Z'. UK ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... rUrllnf Utmtij (onpan. fklriva, W1rl, w Torl, tM nU-IU-DAU utjci Ki:Toiacco Ilablu ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bcar Slgnaturo of I 5ce Fac-Slmlle Wrappcr Uclow. Tcry BmU nnd as oasj to take as uar. FOR HEADACHE. FOR DI72IHESS. FOR BILI0USHESS. FOR T0RPID LIVER. FOR COHSTIPATIOh. FOR SALL0W SKIH. FOR THEC0MPLEXI0N PriCC I 2IM:iJir MUSTHAVClySHATUNt. CURE SICK HEADACHE. M0NEY SAVED! SATISFACTION GIVEN By buyiug the famous PROVIDENCE RIVER OYSTERS at Eddy's Bakery. Solid meats, absolutelyjfresh and clean. For Hotels, Restaurants, or family use. Goods delivered. C H. EDDY, Telcphonc 1V3. 57 Mainrstreet. For Salo or Exchange for Small Place. A twivstory hoiivoln llinttleboro tliuslicd in liuril wood. llot and cold water. ll.ith. l'ur nace. Iluilt only a I'ow jeai-s. Uvtv li a I'haucoll you want tn como to' Iliattlchorn to lno to ifct a irood lioiuo. Vl-f W. r.llliiriT - CO. H hhS supposltoiu I- .... , ' tnompfon, Supt. OiUed Schoolj, SiatMTlllf, N, r , wrltei I cn ur i jney ao ii you ciUra for them Vt S M IVrore, 'In a r'tke or 2J jer. I btvc f.unj no remtly to I Df IriF1At A. I ' " MARTIN RUDY. LA NClSTm. Dl Sold ln Brattleboro by Geo. E. Qreene in Bellows Falls by II. II, Davis. Call for free sample. fTOPACIFICCOASTl : Wlthout Chango. 5 BaUVV coinfortable.upholitereutourili '.S; :- RatP1 I'or lull Infomiatlou 5: ;S llO call on or uddres as,.1..A?7 WashliiKton Street, llnstnn. JOB PRINTING. Vour orders for Everyday Work have our cromnt and carefnl attnntln E. L. HILDRETH d. CO.. 'J iCAKTER'S VPlTTLE flVER H PILLS- SLIPPERS. Children's M1 ri : i Red Felt Siippers, Slzea 9 to 2. 25 cents. Ladies' Felt Juliets, Lcather Soles. Fur Trlmmed. 68 Cents. Ladies' Felt Juliets. Leather Foxed, Very Pretty. $1.10. Ladies' All Felt Siippers, 30c Men's All Felt Siippers, 38c E. L. PUTNAM. NEAR THE BRIDGE. ' GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH. Jii't'Iook over tho followiiu? IIM: The bcstt5-ft. steptladders' ever shown In Brattleboro for 1 cach. One, twotand three burncr oll stoves, 50cts., S1.35and S1.75 cach. Calvanlzed Wash Tubs, 85 cts., S1, and S1.25, each. The best Pump on the market, S1.50 and 2 cach. Ilut tho irreatotlbarifaln of all is the fct of KITCHENZUTENSILS Cunifttlnir of Iluteher Kidfe. Ilread Knlfe. larne VpRetable l'ork. two I'arituf Knives iind n cry useful knlfe and sciuier eom blned, inailo by the Amerlcan C'utlcry Ciiinpaiiy, all for tho small prlce of 75 Cents per Set. I nlo have just bouifht a larKe lot of the celcbmtod Ix;I'ak'0 irlue put up ln tutics. souicthliiK that uery lamlly should have. I'rlcu 10 ecnts euch. If you want barifains csill nnd look over my ftock ofpojls tic toiv purchaslntf elcwhei-e. JOHN GALVIN, 03 ilaln St.. llrattleboro. INSURANCE SPECIALTIES FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH PLATE QLuS3 EMPL.OTERS' LIABILITT RENT INSURANCE TORNADO and WINDSTORMS THE 1IUTUAL LIFE, N. T. HARTFORD STEAM BOILER VERMONT MUTUAL NDEMNITT and SURETT BONDS North German Lloyd and Domlnlon Llne Steamshlp Tlckets. Over 25 years" experlence has made ui rellable guides in the matter of Insurance. Apply in person, by mall, telegraph or telephone to C. F. R. JENNE, Successor to Sherman & Jenne, Brattle boro, Vt, Establlshed 1S67. WANTE D. A clianco to sell you HAItnWAKE. Don't fail to But my priccs lx;foro buying clsewhcit!. All kinds of WOOI) WOItK done nt short onlcr. Ilctter buy a few STOll.M WINUOWS; you'll 1h plcast-d with tho ellect. r3?"Shop iu Cariientor Organ ehop, 40 Elliot Streetv DON A. WILDER. Couiiected by telephone. ESTABLISHED 1878. Oftlce and warerooms, No. 17 Maln street Our buslness ls UNDERTAKING EXCLUSIVELY. We take full charge and furnlsh everythlne requlred, lncludlns Caskets, Burlal Sults, Carrlages, Hearae, Flowers, ete. We carry the largest and flnest llne of goods In the Btate. Tele phone connectlon day and nhjht. H. E. B0ND, - Funeral Director, Van Doorn Bullding, Brattleboro, Vt E. R. LYNCH, M. D. Office and Hospital 39 Elliot St., Brattleboro, Vt Hours untllOn. iu; 1 to 3, and 7 to 10 p. m, Surgery and Dlseases of Women and Children a Specialty. Telephone, 233. (JTUAYim from n pasturo iu tho west part of -Marlboro slx koimI sheei) and nlno lanilii.. A. : . marked with tar. nn tho rlitbt hlde. thou not very noi very puuu now. A euitauut rewurd l otlcrcd for informatlon in llndiiuf. theiii.-V I A. JOHNSON, Marlboro, Vt. U t 7 ) Bratt. M