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THE VERMONT PIIQSNIX, 13 RATTLE BO RO, FRTDAY, JUNE o, 1003.
2 BRATTLEBORO LOCAL NEWS. THE HEAVY TAX'PAYERS IN BRATTLEB0R0 RED HOT BASE BALL Wheel Club Beaten 7-6 by Cath olic Union. BASE BALL NOTES. llioil hn ncri'pii il :l th.ini'i. mi tlrst base wlthotil mi erior. Thc khiiu' S.itutd.i.v nflf rtiimn wlll http a sppclnl lutoicxt, us II wlll seltle for the presi iil thc (tucsilnn of last plnoo Ik I tween tlu- I'ulhiilU' I'nion und V. M. ( A. I llulheon N the lendlnjt hltter uf the r.rookton tenm, wlth nu uvorage of .343, ! atnl a tcital ael'nne of .471. Ile Iiiih also mnde more ruil Ihun any olhor plner ! oii tlu- Ipitnl nnd ln fleldlng l well nhe i the ,Ihi mntk. ' " Tobp " tlenn plioi'il wlth the Itlns dalo toam whlch wnu two .imw rrotn 1 AkIi icliit .Metnnrlal day. In Iho secoud i &umc, seoro 7-tJ. Iteun crossed the plate ( tw'Ice, a'HH hplpnl-w4ti-4H-Ratnc wlth hl dnublo iutil trlplp. Tho Cnthollc I'nlon's victory Wsik a , nivut sutprlso, ns tho Wheel club luul been plrkpd ln wln Imili gntnen. Cox iio'vnlon, A. H. mysllhod hls old ussnoiulps and wns the i Uradley, Ulchanln iiupiuost mun on mu m m iu ine o.it I conie. alihoiish U'llllntniion, u lmi a former Wlipel diili !layi'!', wu miaily elate.l. Those Who Are Assessed on S5000 and Over---Mrs. Fuller Has Largest Individual List, .$108 370. Slugglng In Afternoon Gamc, Whlch Wheol Club Won from Y. M. C. A. 20 to 9 Stolto's Slx Hits. Has.- ball whlch fi't the fans tifclnw wlth onlhuslnstn antl bubblhiB over wlth pnilsp wiis soeti uii the Island Bi'ounds S.iMirdn.' inornlnK, when the CatliolU' I'nion won irom the Vermont Wheel club in tlie thlnl Btime of thu locnl loujue serles 7-0. Tnp llon's shnre of the pralse went desonedly lo thu pltehers. It ln Kil'c to say that no botler porformunco Ity two niuuteurs ln "iie gnmo has ever been wllnessod ln re. llolh wcre slendy i -r)lp y j ,-. us elooks ln pltehltiB tlip hall. not a base xx wlll on Imlln lielns Hlvpn, nmi incy wrvoii up ii sivat vaiU'ty In Iho way of purvos aiul KhoulK wlth a I'hansi' of paoo that was puzzllns. Cox lind a little bettor of the nrnument In erfet'tlveness, liut Cooley lleldcd hls poslllon better. ln the llrsl tluee InnliiBS not a hlt was madp. The A IipoI clnb foimd Oix safely only llve thnes ln Ihe elitlre Kame, and Cooley was toiuhed for bnt elnhl hlls. The Union I bnehed llve of Ibuir blts ln thu sovonth Innini?, two t'omhiK after tho slile shonld havo been rutlrcd. The rnlnn's nreat Hpnit at this poinl set every one wlld wlih exeltement. and the idnth lnnlni; onencd wllli a tle. '. Kllis, who ran for Clune. reached llrst on an error, stoli cu.otnl u-inl tn thlrd whnn Willlntnson was thrown out at llrst by Taskor, and ' "iat mnn ls roo.1 enonnh for any trotted homo on WriKhfs safo drlve. 1 tral" " "h eolnmeiit of 1'mplie Mc- Hllev liupped a llv lo Stolto and Wrltfht j l"rmlek in relcrrliiK to Cox nfler Satnr was' dmibled at 'llrst. Thc Wheel club j '"- r.iornhiB's Bame. MrConnlek ls one hcavv hltters caine up for the last of the ! "1" Hlnsdale s old tlmers who 1ms llllp.1 nlntli. Allen craelu-d the ball eleanly. eim-ascinents wlth ItaiiBor ln the New Stoltf llfted a hlnh one to eentre llehl. HhkUiiwI leaK'Ue and wlth Norwich In the and the rcllable Itlley, who never dropped i Connectlcul leasne. -McCorinlck-s work a llv J.ist seafon, inWsed this one. Walte l,M "inplre. by the way, was hBhly satls rolk'd an easv Brotiliiler to Slevens. who rnctory, his jndBinent on balls and strlke-i tonched Allen and threw Stolto out at ''clnp parliciilarly uood. Ahbotl. J.ltiv A. Adaiii, l.eroy K Allen. C. H. Viltli:e. Wln. Averill, neo. V, nullfy.'Innao I. Hnlley, D.ivlrt .1. Ilalestler. J. X. Jr. H.ilestler. nolwrt S. Harniws. 1'. K. Itarrown. ISilwnMl H. HaitlPlt. Lmllia II. HUikesli-e, Alary N. lnoilKult, R. W. lif.nd. II. K. llovrteli, C.po. A. pst. A. boys hnve snst.ilned a be dllliclilt to Hll in Um 1 deparluii tit .March. Ile Ix nw a fnll lledncd prnfessliiiial. bavlnit left Tucsd.iv I lo Joln the llaxerhlll Ipaui. of Ihp N'cw lCllKland li iipiu'. Oood judgen pxpei I to sco him " make roo'I " n ho ranks hlsr'.i in llcldliiK, ls a hard bltter and dnrlng basp riinncr. i Tlu- Calholle I'nion ('vlilcntl.v bns a llnd ln Wilght. of the St. Allians lllKb school leani, who cninp here recently to work ln the rallroad olllce. Ile handleil hitnsell llke a llehler nmi n hltter. An other new plaer who has shnwn up wondpil'ull.v is lirooks, the V. .M. C. A. initllcbler, who covers lots of Bround, Is suro on eatclus and an nccurate lonn- I . ...... t lir.vi-...' second. Cooley's little hlt was satbcreil In by WrlKht and it was all over but the shoutlni;. Klne showed nreat improvement In natchlng, and promlses to bo a sooel man for tho Union behind the bat. Tasker Kave a pretty e.xhibltlon at seeond and Heed and Wright wero In every play In whlch they hnd an opportunlty. llere Is the all-Hrattleboro leajn that The Brnttlelioro SavltiM Hnnk and IVlllel-. lirattlpboro Cia l.lght Co.. Hrattlehnro (IrallKe lllovk Aw'n.. Hratllehoro ltPtrent, llrattieboro overall Co.. llruwn. llnrrlet V. P. t!ron, lienry It. Jturnham. Mnry II. nushneil. I'.dward Ilutler. Hilen f. Cibm. N'ortnan V. CHlnit, Mnr II. Cabot, l.ucy T. Cnrpenter Co., The Chase. Siman A.. Clnpp. Arthur 1.. cialk. I.iunan I'. Clark, Siuan H. Clnrk, llenrv t5. Claik. CburU's S. Clark. Ilallle N. Colvb, Annle ("i. CoiFer, Wm. II. Coiser. Mnry .1. Cox, l.ucy A.. Croab.w Kmnm I''. CroKby. Kdwaid C. Crosby, 12. esl. Crofdiy, Chniles It. CiowpII. tliHiise H. Cinlworth. T. J. 11. D.ivenport. Kdpir 11. nmi Kinlly K I'hoenlx woiild pick: l'itehers. Dearborn, llarrlet S. Catholic rnlon. vu. u. ln. tii. po. a. k. Kllis :ib, 4 I 3 -' 1 :i Klnc :i I o ii s 2 3 Clune lh. 1 1 (I II T 1 II Willlnnwm 11'. 4 1 1 1 1 II II WrlKht 3b, 4 II 3 a .". 1 0 Itlley el, 4 1 3 3 1 II 1 Steenss. :i 1 n n ;i :i 3 Dunleavy if. ;i n n b Cox p. :i 1 3 1 Z - TotnN :K T S 1U 31 !i II Wheel Club. .vu. II. , lu. tii. imi. a. i I.. Allen c, 3 1 1 II II .Stolto s, .- 1 1 1 4 4 3 Waiteef, 5 1 1 3 II II II Cooley p. 4 n n n n :i n Taker3b, 4 (l 1 3 II I II Iteed lb. 4 u II II III II Hruor:ib. :l I 0 n 1 n 3 (llbMn ii. 1 1 1 3 ( n n Ko.vlt, 4 II II II II II 1 TotaN litl ii ." 31 11 ." Inninirs. 1 3 II I ."i il 7 !l C. (J. u II II 3 II II 4 1 x 7 V. V. C. n II n ii " U 1 n H-'i r.arned rilu-, Catliolie I'nion 1. Two ba-e hits, Wiiifht Cox, Waile. Ta-ker. C.llwiu. Struck out, by Cov 10, by Cooley S. Ilouble plujs Stovens to Wriirlit ; Tuker to Htolte to lteed: Stolte to Iteed. Stolen bae-!. i:ili, Clune, Stollc, I.. Allen. l'aed balls, Kinir I. Hlt by pitcher, Klnir. Ilra-or. Tinie. 1.3.1. Utapii-e, McCoiinick ol Hiiwlule. The afternoon gamo brought out SuO lieople, more than twlce as niany as ln the morning. Thp Y. .M. C. A.'s Ik'ldlnB nt several polnts was weak and the Wheel club bumped Stafford's dellvery hard, Kettlns 22 hits wlth a total of i. Many of the hits camo after the slde should have been retlred. The only criterlon by whlch a pltcher's work can be judged is earned runs, and the Wheel club earned but four off Stafford. Only one run was earned off 13111s, who struck out elBht raen. The name lacked snap and brll llaney, but there wcre several good fea tures. fl. Brooks gathered four hlKh flles, two very dllllcult, In left K.irden, and H. Allen nlso piilled down two hard drlves ln that dlrection. March was ovcrywhere within striklng dlstance of seeond base and accepted ten chances wlthout nn error, includins two or three pretty catches in short right lleld. Fox threw Mnrch out at third from right lleld when be attempted to go to thlrd from llrst on Tuckcr's liit. Kvery Wheel club man butled safely. .Stolto smashed the ball all over tho lot for slx safe hits wlth a total of elght, and I.. Allen, Hraor and otheis I'ollowed closely after hlm. lu. TII. I'O 4 Wheel Club. r Allen e, .stoltes Walto ef, KllWp, Tu-iKer2b, Iteed lb. Iliaorllb, It. Allen If, I'o i f, TotaN V. M.C. A. W. lirooks e, I, . StalliMil lb, .l.uili3b. Tueker ii, l''erriter:ii. II. lirooks If. Vouniri-, II. Stallord p, r,.mies rl, Totals lunlnirs V. W. C. V, M. C. A. II. lll. 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 3'! TII. 1 n n :i lu 1 A. 1 II II 4 4 II II II I III A. II II 11 II 4 II 1 II II S III II II 11 I! I .1 II 4 :i ii ii 1 3 II 0 1 (I l-ll :i II 4 II Karned runs, Wlieel Club 4, V. M. C. A. 1. Two ba-e litts, Allen. Stolto 3. Ilra-or, W. lirooks. KhM baoon balls, otl Kllis 1. Struck out, Kllis s, Stullonl 7. Iioulilo pluy. llrasorto Mollo. Stolen b.ic.s. Walle, Tasker 3, It. Allen, W. lirooks. suillor 1 II. W'ild piiclie.s, Slallord 3. I'n-ed bill. Allen, lirooks 3. llit liy pilcli er, W. lirooks, Vouuif. ON WAS H DAY i n the 1 a u n d r y wash in the "Sun light" way, for it brings brightness, comfort and de light. The clothes will be whiter and the labor lighter. Sunlight ASKYOUR DEALER FOR LAUNDRY SHAPE Cooley, Cox and Kllis: catcher. W. lirooks; llrst base, I.. Allen: seeond b.ise, March; short stop, Stolto: thlrd base, C. Kllis; outllelders. Wllllainson, I'enlter. (5. Tasker; substltnte outllelders, Itlley and Tueker; substltnte Inlleldors, Iteed, Wright and Clune. It is the best comlii natlon by far Ihat could be plcked. II would be a toam of sltiggors, as noarly every man balled abovo tho .:ieo mark last soasou. Allen ahd Stolto on the ehampion l)im ham Hrolhers toam of last season ran neck and neok as balsmen noarly the en lire soason, tho formor llually landlng a slightly hlgher averago than the short stop. This yoar ImiiIi have started at a rattling clip, wlth a porcenlage of . rxj in the llrst three gnmes IS times at bat and nlne hits. Stolte's record Saturday after noon was not touohed In a leuguo gamo last season. Ile hit safely slx tlmes out of sovon at the bat, hls last two drlves being two b.iggers. The one drle that was not safo was raught by lirooks ln doop left iield. Manager tlale wlll lake tho Vermont Wheel club toam lo Mlllors l'alls tomor row 'o eross bils wlth tho strong seml profossional agmeg.itlon of that town. They boys wlll leavo here at 10.15 ac oompanied by a crowd of roolors. Tobey llean will play seeond base ln placo of Tasker, who llnds that ho has not sulll- elont tlme lo devoto to the game and wlll l reliro lor the season. The game wlll not bo called until I o'clock, and people wlsh- Ing to go from lirattlelioro to Ciroonflold on the 3.:!0 trnln can do so, and roach I n,,! iOni,.1.t R Dovens, llenry. est. DeWllt. lleWese 1'. nickinson I'redorlck .. rilld wta Dciollltle, Warren U. Doollttle, l.ucy Dowloy, C.eo. ,s. (.st. Dowley, Ada K. Draper. Mnry J. trustre, Dunham llros., K.iton. Aunio S. est. Kjds. tleo. A. and wlfp Klneron, Sutnnor 1!. Kmoi'on. Ilarry I.. K.derbrook, Wm. II. out. Kvans. Catherino It. Iiey (irgiin Co., Kslp. .1. Ilarry Ksley, riorcneo ("!. ICstoy, Jaeob (I. ltey. Allothalr C. Clshor, I'ranels O. l'ilts. Chirko C. l'lenilng, 1'atriek l''lomlng .V- Crown, Kionrh. O. I.. l'rost. Jamos U. l'int, l'UKcne l-'nller, Abby K. Cinle, fleo. I". Ollman, Oi'u. K. tiloason, Kred K (loodall, Kzra K C.oodhue. Kranols (loodnow & I'onrson (Ireono, lioorge K. Iladloy. Ilaunihal est. 4j.ii7.i 0.1173 15.iiiii 8.S91 io,iat 0.292 21.0011 St.Oiio 1S.II64 6,877 42.130 m t,200 11180 ! 17,751 11.230 1K.711 10,000 ' 22,500 W.l 25,123 26.629 ' 5,025 6,914 0.1C-1 6.500 ii,2oo ' la.OS1) 6.050 ; ,4J C. 116 20.IKK) 11.804 0.5S6 10.S45 10.455 21,581 6,nil i 5.20 D. 20O 0. IW fi. IW 5. !"0 30.150 ra,iio 15.325 02,0"i S.!o 237 5.200 r.,ll7n fl.li v 25.193 15,550 5.125 71,1 vi 53.2S0 10,; p; 21.134 0.7(l 15.15.1 17.S75 U.IW 5.1" l S.250 7.2) SD.0I1 fl.!30 IIidbiiHdi. I'rederlck aild Wlfo llohl. n. .1. llenry llolden. t.ytnnn Ii. lloldi i. Jlnrilii, llolion, llenry D. Ilookpr, iaty C. Ilmmhton, 11. K. est llotuird, Clnrn A. Iliinl, Sainurl S. llunt. lleo. A. cst ll inl. Ixxnora II. mi, PrHlfk h .lndge. Tliomam , 'il'i Klmball, filopti. n KulKht, licrblti J Kupeh, Vrea Lnwion, AugtifiHtie I Lawton, ocur M l.lllls, I'niilck Little. Carollnc V. I.yiu-h. KdUard 11 Mann, Frank H .Morshall, Aior Martln, Wllllam S1hi tlu. Jarne !.. MpIIpii. J KdRar Mlller, Adellne J Mllltr. Della U. .Mlller, llelen S. Mlner, Charltts Mllchell. Wehsti t C Moorp, l.uclus A. NVwlon. Wm. S. Kuardlan reltler, Onlsemc Phllllps, Altee 1,. . 1'ratt. J. llenry l'ratt. Chnrlim S. I'ratt, D. fetwart. l'ratt, usear ,1. l'otnain, Kdwln H. Hay, John 1.. est. ltodwny, Aiiuta C. ItettlliR. John J. ItlehnriUon, Kreil A. Itlcliardson. l.uclug II. ltlclmrdKon, I.. II. aml V. A. . ltoberlM, K(lwnrd h. liobbms. Charles Itoliblns, Chnrles U. ltobblns - Cowles, Itnckwell Sherwln Ilock(dl, Albort W. ltyan, Nleholus T. Ityder, (leorRe II. ltyd'T, John II. 1st ltyther. Martha C. SarRent, John I. .Sholos. Ch.irles II. Slack. Addle II. II. rilack. i:ia, miardlan for Ilorace C. Ilownnl. Slarr, Clara II. Steduian. Mnria I.. Stewart, IZ. 14. Stoekwell, Jullus I.. i-tockwoll, H. K MI. imd wlfp eft. Mlllors Kalls by trolley ness the contost. ln llme lo wlt- Three Boys Employed by Estey Organ Company. Joseph I.. Jones. Asa Kiold and D.tnlcl II. nemont are "written up" In tho Is sue of Musle Trailes for last Saturday. The artlcle is aocompanled by a half tone eut of the three men and ls puli llslied under the heiiding, "Three Vet oran Kstey Organ Makers." Mr. Jones was 7s years old ln May. Mr. Ilonipnt wlll be 7 this monlh and Mr. lTold will be 7S lu August. Mr. Jones has Ihjpii In the employ of the company sinoo 1S32. Ho began tlie manufacture of rcod or gans lu 1SI1. The artlcle says: "It Is doubtful If thero ls another man livlng in the Tnlled States wlth a record of over 53 years at the bench ln a roed or gan faetory." Hls occupution is pcdal maklng. "Mr. I'ield," the artlcle says, "began work for tho llrm Aug. 23, 1S57, in tho actlon deparlnient. Ile was fore man of this department 20 years, and H responslhle for many valu.'ible Improve mcnls and patents. Ile Is now employ ed In some of the llno work of tho large actions." Of "I'nelo Dan" llemont tho arllclo says: "Ile has been connecled wlth tho tuning department of this omn pany sinco the spring of ls3S. rpwards of half of this tlme lias lKen spont tuning organs. For llie- lnst 2o years be has "lllod ui'd pllched" sitb-bass reeds and nindo and repalrod tuners' too's. Thero are very few tuners Ihroughout tho brendth of tho land who havo not had praotlenl experlence wlth I'no.le Dan's soiMpors." I. llarrls. Ch.is. A llarris, Chas. J. Ilawley, Nuwton llorilik. Sus.m K. rieniek. M.ir 1'. Ilerrlck llelrs. Hlldntb, i: 1.. Co lllldreth. .l... pb T. Hiues. Aloni'.o II Taft, I. II. Mt. Taleott, Celia M. , Taylor, Krancla G. i Thayor, Lorenxo l). 38,135 Thomas. tieo. H 7.223 1 Thomns, l.oundor, oat. 10.640 Thoinus, l'l-pderlck H. 0,750 i Thompon. llenry H. B.teO Turner, Sadlo A. 7,170 Tylof. JauiPK M. S,vj ! Tyler, Jane M. 10,370 ; ,.eryi Jurob Q 7,370 j Vermont Suvinna Ilnnk, S.'1 , Vermont Nailonal Ilailk. fc.l( vinton. Wllllnm II. s.twfc 15.375 i Walker. Williston, S.5n i Waro. l.uc lt. 11.925 . Wantastl(iiet lxhlse NV. 8, 1 I. O. O. I'. 0.000 ' Walennan. Kleazer, h. 5.U25 ' Wputherhoad. Illram K. S.OSO Wheolor. lloyt 11 S.5il I White. Knos .'..175 White. C.eo. II. 7.100 Wh.lt new Kol n M. 13.73d hltney, .1. U est. 15.435 Wilder. Hella A Wiliard, Pr.ink U, 7' W.itt, Arthur D .oa Wyman. Cyru W. 11 at m 0 1K7 5,tM. 5.5iHi (!.l!2-, 0,174 0.775 7.5' 10.3a 5.300 0,000 7.7oo 0.73" 5.xVo 5.203 0.70U 20.207 0,776 7.3)ii 0,5" 12.225 S.7 1S.3P-I 11,357 O.iKo 5.'1VI 10.333 fl.:tl 5,s! 3,0.10 6,275 0.125 0,2511 13.335 N.075 7,soo 11.300 ln.1,000 10,313 40.31 6,:no 6.531 5.725 0.O75 0.2") fi.vsi S.oio 13.127 12.051) 0.21 M 7.2"0 1S.231 7, 130 19.200 ll.loo 15.0IHI 20.25S 10.00 10,03 1 7.250 0.053 5.125 22.S21 0.175 11,010 19.190 11.012 11.923 0,2(i 5.7'i 11.300 After Baby Comes HAWLEY. there is nourishment for both convales cent mother and nursing child in t)V " TRA0C MARK. It is an already digested food easily retained by the most delicate stomach. It restores health and strength supplies the nutriment needed-builds flesh and tissue. A real malt extract-not an intoxicant; contains less than 2 of alcohol. All drugglsts sell it. Prepared by tbe Anheuser-Busch BrewingAss'n St. Louls, D. S. A. MllllllltllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllMIIIJ I For Summer's Drives H I am prepared to supply the wants of all owners of horses, having just received a car- load of E f Wagons, I Surreys, I I Buggies, 1 TWO-SEATED WAGONS. I 5 Also have 2d-hand Wagons and Harness E taken in exchange, and a full line of all E kinds of E New Harness, I I Blankets, Robes, Etc. j HENRY R. BR0WN, E Livery at Old Ray Stand, Main St. E iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniT TRIBUTE TO THE DEAD Impressive Memorial Day Exer cises Held in'lBrattleboro. Mrs. W. A. Keyes. Mrs. Kmnm C. Keyes. 52, wlfo of Wlllls A. Keyes, dled at 7.13 o'clock S.iturday nMiuiiiK at lur homo on .South Main street. Sho had been 111 aboul three yoars, her lllness termlnatlnt; ln brlnht's dlsoiiK'. Apparently sho was improvlliK In health until about a W(ek bofore her death. Her maldeii namo was Ihnma C. Aldrlch. .Sho was born in Chesiorlleld. N. II.. Nov. 20, InuO, a dauKhterof Warren aud Sarah llolman Aldrlch. Sho moved wlth her paronts to Worcester. Mass., when she was about ten years old aud llved there until sho was marrled lo Wlllis A. Keyes of Ilrattleboro In Octo ber, 1S72. After a yoar ln Sllvor Iake, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Keyes camo to Ilrat tleboro, whlch has been thelr homo over slnce. Ilesldes her husband Mrs. Keyes lenvos three chlldren, Mlss Klorenco Keyes of Dunvers, Mass., Charlos Keyes of Lowell, Mass., and Mlss llelen Keyes, who Uvcs at homo. All the chlldren wero present nt tho fuueral, whlch was hold nt the hous.- at 2.30 o'clock Monday. llev. II. K. Marvin of the I'ulversallst churcli, olliclated nt the funeral. Tho burlal was lu I'rospeet Illll cemetery. Tho iM-arers wero C. 1.. Spear, Albort llopklnson, R A. Cook and GeorKO 1). Odoll. Mrs. Keyes was a memher of the Woman's ltellef corps and Dennls ltebekah lodtse. both of whlch oiKanlzations scnt beautlful lloral trlbutes, as dld many Indlvlduals. Mrs. Koyes was of u retlrlnK nature, but In hor qulet way rendered many servlcos of klndiioss and chnrlty. She was devoted to hor homo and famlly, beliiB over con sldernlo of thelr eomfort und well bolnt;. NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTES. Flre at West Swanzey. Goods and maehlnery of the Oranllo woolen mllls in the iilant of the West Swnnzoy manufactuiinif company at West Swanzuy wero damai;ed by llro and water to the oxtcnt of $12,000 Monday. The blaze starliMl lu tho ploklnu-room. spread Ins r.ipldlv lo other doiiarlments. Tho loss Is cow-red hy insuranco Tho llre ls thoUeht ti have Blarted from spontnneous combustlon Oration by Jamcs Flsk Hooker at the Audltorium the Gravcs Dccoratcd Patriotic Lcssons In the Schools. Nature w.is parllcularly klnd to tho volorans Saturday ln rurnlshliiK an ldo.il day for thelr annual Memorial d.i obnerv ance. When darknoss coverod the oarth I'rlday nlnht everythlni; was dry and dusl. About inldniKht raln bei;an to fall and the oullook for a pleasant day was not nt all fnvorable. Hut at day hreak the skles clearod and from thon on Ihe day was Ideal. At S.30 o'clock the niombet? of SedKWlek post met In thelr hall to preparo for tho nsual sorvlco of doiotation in West Ilrattleboro. A nood uumbor wont by toam to the west vlll.ine. whetc prayer was offercd by Itev. N. A. und and ti lecllntlon was j;lvon by Mas tor Konostou. Tho sorvlco in the afternoon, whlch wns tho prluclpal observunco of tho week. was held In tho Audltorium, whcio a larne au dloneo nssemblod. At 1 o'clock tho vol orans met ln thelr hall, woarlnn fnll unlform. llalf an hour later the Klrst Iteulnient band and Company I, Vermont N'ational 3uard, left the town hall and proceedod to a polnt nenr Ihe head(iiar lors of tho post. Tho volorans, about 0) lu numbor, fonnod In dotiblo line and wero oscortod to the Audltorium, whero they took seals ln Iho eentre of the houso. Tho nieinhers of Company I oceuplod soats on the north slde, tho members of tho Woman's ltellef corps, w)io had met In Festlvnl hall, sat on tho south sldo. and tho band proeedod to tho stae. On tho staKe sat tho speaker, Jumes Kisk Hooker of Brattleboro, tho olllcers of tho day, tho lncal elei'Kymen, and tho voner able ex-novernor Krodprlck Holbrook, honorod and beloved by the town. Iho state and the natlon. The front of tho staijc was an unbroken mass of llowers, nnd at tho north slde was unfurleil the Has of tho natlon. " l.ead, Khully I.lsht " was played by tho band, uitor whlch Col. II. H. Taylor. presldlm; olllcer, anuounced prayer by Itev. II. 11. Mlles. Adjutant K. II. I'ut nam, of Sedswlok jiost, road the nddress dellverod nt Oettysburs by I'resldent Lincoln Nov. 19, 1S03, nnd 1'rank II. Hrasor sans a solo wlth Bood offect. In IntroduclnB the speaker Col. Taylor ro fiirrod feellnBly to Col. (leoruo W. Hooker, who had passed nway slnce Iho provlous Memorial d.iy. After tho uddross Mr. Hrasur sauu uuolher solo, and the nudl ence was dlsmlssed. Mr. Hookor's Oratlon ln openlng his address Mr. Hooker spoke to the Grand Army of the Hepubllc as a son of a veteran, and stated liow Klnd was to seo some Ballant sohllors hero who were wlth hls father at the front. Ilut It Is on this day of days, ho sald, that our thouehts Instlnctlvoly turn to ihoso herolc men who went forth not to roturn When Ihe tall e.mo that Sumpter hnd been llred upon nnd that secesslon was rampant In the land. tho North and West dld not hesi tatc, bnt leapcd forth to ujdiold the Hair. Tbev belleved thelr whole country to be ono natlon and could not llve nnd see II torn Into a miserablo fabrlc of hostllo and rlv.il statos, and thpy turnod back tho bloody and mallBnnnt tldo of human sl.ivery. on this day of herolc memories when the splrll of our nntlonal vlctorles blls wlth honest prido oach partiot's heart c c.innot tall to romember those by Rone d is. It ls a small olTeilnB that tho Boeru meul biiiifis today nnd onsts upon the inounds all over this broad land, under noath whlch Ho Uio romains of her desid defondors who wero tho streiiBth of hor lionies. the prlde of her soverelBHty aud Ihe lnimorl.il witnosg at oncu of hor on durliiB Kreatness and of tho deathloss lloerty lor whlch they foiiBht. And the llowers whieh we havo strown on thelr Braes sihould remlnd us that tho soll wcl with the bliMid of patriols is that ln whlch the sons of patrlot sires are yet to frultlfy and boar frult. Ho traced tiio Bioat contnil IhoiiBht of llberty from lls earllest Inoeptlon In tho Oeiman woo.ls, hundreds of years Ixiforo Chrlst. In tho overthrow of the Homan Kmpire, In lls rest und secuiity In Swlt zerland, lu thc meetlUB of the l.atlu aud Saxon rncos ln KnBland's foB-onveloiod lslands, down to lls eulmlnatlon ln the sIbiiIiib of the Doclai-allon of Indepen denco at l'hlladolphla. and tho foiindatlon of u now Bovornmont to whlch tho edaca tional forcos of oach new wnr had leon I ondlilB for centuries a Bovermnent foundod upon tho uatural oiiuality of all men. Ile showed how far the thouKht of Ind0iondence was oducatlonal In that up to that tlme there was no Krencli ropub llc, thero wns no I'onstitutlonal Bovern mont in llnly, the franehlso had not been oxteuiled lu KnBland, there was no Mexl cnn republlc, nnd slavory exlstcd in Ilrazll. Thon ho sald that the lnternal conlllct whlch ijrow to a close at Appomattox ln 1MI5 was not loss Imporlant, not less far reaohlUB, not loss Impressive. ln every town and hamlot llos tho dust of our herolc dead, but around about us on every slde are the undylUB ovldences that thelr sacrlllco was not ln valn. This land Is mnde n lemplo of llberty, slavery has been banlshed forexor but we can never safely relax tho vlBllance that those bravo men InaUBUraled on tho banks of tho rotomac and Misslsslppi until the ldeas for whlch they died havo becomo endurhiBly llxed aud enibodled In the enllBhtenod forms of Individual and nntlonal llfe. Ile pald a compllment to tho boys of '9S. who hoar Iiib tho Indopendence Hell rhiBlnB wont forwnrd to rIvo tho starvlnR poor of Cuba food, and spoko of tho freolUB of tho Klll plnos, praelloally Spanlsh slavos. This Bovcrnmoiit Is bIvIiib thom by doBrees as they are eiiabled ln understaud lt, educa tlon and a happy futuro. rtocontly that hrave Veimontor, Col. I.iscom, of the 9th roBulars, battoilnB on tho doors of Tlen Tsleu Bave another Vermonlor, Tltus, of lionnlnKton, an opportunlty to sland on the walls of I'ekln Ihat Kl'and old llaK whlch over spenks In tho laiiBuaBe of I'at rick llenry, nnd says, "Glvo mo I.lborty or ulve mo Death." ln cIosIiib Mr. Hooker (inoled ono of l.oiiBfollow's pooms as follows: " Not lu valn tho dlstance beckons Forwnrd, forward let us raime, l.et tho Bioat world splu forevor n.)wn the rlnglnB nroovos of ehanue, Tlll tha war drums beut no Ioukoi1. Aud thc hnttlo tlaBS are furlod, In tho iKirllameirt of men Tho penco of all the world." shal, Col. C. A. Miles. aud aids. Gcn II II. Itoml. 1". Ii. l'uliiam. Job IxinR. C. I-'. 1. Jonne and J.itnos Fenltor. The b.iiid. l.ulher Mlller drutn major, eame neM. followed by the miblia compaii. l:. ,1. Waterman capt.iin Thon i.imo the ( im mltti o of arranB' nionis. Col. H. i; Tay lor. Lake I'onitcr and lt 1. C.onl m. ,inl after them the wter.ins. The sjieaker nnd thosp who wpic i.. parilclii.ite ln l.iter forvicos occupled i.irri.iBes v Tho line of man Ii was llrst to tbe sol diers' monument on tho eomtnon. wb. ro Itev. K. (. s". DsKood olTered piiiyer. Ilo lurnlni; to Main street the etornn wcre Klven baskots of tlowirs "b little Blrls ilrossed in white. The members of the Wonun's ltellof corps had Rono In nn elc trlc car with wroaths and llnwprji to I'ro1 poct lllll eemetcrv. The proeesslon marched to tho lometory. haltliiB In front of the Bovornmcnt lot. Detalls from the post and Compnn I went to tholloman ''.ilhollo cemetery . hoadod by the band. nnd a detnll trom tho post went lu ear rlagos to MornliiBsldo cemetery, to lay KJirlands on the nraves of soldlers. After thelr ivturn the roeall was sounded, prtier was olfered and the benedlction was iro nouucod by Itev. 1''. W. Lewis, a volley was llred, taps wvre soundtHl nnd tho procosslon roturned to Main stteet and dlsbnndod. Improsslvc exorclses were held by tho schools on I'rlday. In tho mornlUR tho post attonded exerclsos in tho HIbIi school room. whlch was (locoratod wlth llags and llowers. Hrlof nddresses wero mado by ('ol. II. II. Taylor, Itev. Ct. 15. Uiwson. Itev. I.. M. Konostou nnd l'rlncipal II. K. Whllak.-r. SlnBiiiB by the HIbIi school ohorus wns a plonsiner foature. In the alteriioon the post attonded exerclsos ln Ihe I'ulversallst chuioh by the prlmary Brades of Iho Canal street school. ln nd ditlon lo exerclsos by the chlldron thero wcre reninrks by Itev. lt. K. Marvin. Iitor In tho afternoon iho pot nBalu at tonded o.xerelses ln the llisli school room by ihe hfth. M.xlh, sovonth eiKhth and nlnth Brades. Itomnrks at this servlco were mnde by l'rlncipal Whltnker. WESTMORELAND. N. H. M. B. Thrasher, Journalist and Author. Max I!. Thrasher. journalist nnd author. well known lu Iloston. dled Saturday at TuskeBoe, Ala.. while in attendance at tho pommoncement exerclses nt the Tu- koBoe Instltuto. Hls body wns takon to Coventty, Vt., for bjilnl. Mr. Thrasher had mado n name for hlmself as a news- 1 paper nnd mnBazine wrlter. He was born j John lt. Thrasher. Ho was edueated In i the Coventry publlc schools and St. Johns- j bury (Vt.) Academy. He was postmaster , at Newiiort, Vt . from 10 to 1S31. and on uafied In Beiieral litorary work -lu U92-9.I. Later he wns a memher of the Boston Journnl staff for two yoars, bosldes wrlt t lnB lor tho Tmnsorlpt and contrilmtliiB ' to maBazlnes. DurhiB tho years 1-3n-;(3 ho was tho aslsllant superlntendent nt 1 tho fartn school at Thompson's Island. Hoston hnrbor. Ho wns the author of ' TuskeBe Instltuto nnd Its Work." I'op ular Sclence Monthly. " TuskeBoe Instl tuto nnd the NeBro Conference " He i nctcd as amanuensls for Hooker T. Wash ' ItiBton In preparlnR the work, " Up From Slavery." Mr. Thrasher had nevr mnr 1 rled. His summer homo wns In this town nnd he spent the wlnters ln New York ' clty. For Over Slxty Years. Mrs. Whislow's Sootlimir Syiup lia lieen ukiI for over iil. ear by iuillions ot niothors tor tlieir childi-en while tcetliinif with porioct succes-.. lt Miothes tl.e elnld. Miliens the iruiu. ullay all pain. curo wind eoho. and ls Ihe liest.iemody for diarrhoea. It will ivlluve tho poor little tutleivr immedlatoly. Sold bv all (lruirri-ts in eory part of the worlll Twonty-lho eems a boitle. llosuro to ak for "Mrs. Winslow's Sootliluir Svrup."and take no olher klnd. Clearance prices now on Women's New York Tailored Suits, and on Pongee, Linen, Silk and Cloth Outside Garments Many Elegant Novel ties to select from. More Separate Skirts and Shirt Waist Suits. More Shirt Waists. , Wash Dress Goods. One case, 45 pieces, no two alike, attractive designs ! and colorings, 27-inch Bur mah Challies, 5c a yard. Another 2500 yard lct perfect "short lengths," 10 ! to 20 yards, best Standard Prints, 4c a yard. Lot fancy striped Ging- J hams, heretofore sold at 10c, j for 6 l-4c a yard. Great variety wash dress stuffs at 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c, 20c and 25c. Ribbons. Another lot of 3 3-4 inch brilliant Taffetas at 12 l-2c a yard. ; Jersey Underwear for i 1 Women and Children. 1 Bargains in Cotton Underwear for Women. I Wrappers and 1 Dressing Sacques. Petticoats. All grades, specials at 98c and in silk at $5.48 and $5.98. Crash Toweling. Special lot at 6 l-4c a yd. Close prices on all grades. Towels, Napkins, Table Damasks. "Defender" ready - made sheets and pillow cases. Store full of bargains now. Good time for cus tomers to come from a dis tance to make selections. N. I. HAWLEY. BRATTLEBORO MARKET REPORT. ' 100 Killed by Cyclone In Gain.svllle, Ga. j AImuii h1 llves wero lost In Gnltlesvlllo, i Ga., Mondn. when a cyclone razed 2oo i buildlims. Tho Rrentest loss of llfe camo In tho dostrucllon of tho eotlon mllls nnd the tonement houses ndjolninB. Thero wero- WM persons nt work lu tho mlll. a threo-story bulldhiR. nnd the see ond aud third lloors were completoly de mullshod, nnd Iho employes wero cutiRht ln tho wreoknBe and manKled. About 35 bodles were taken from the mlll nnd noarly as many Irom the houses nenr-by. F.lshtoen persons wore killed botween tho ci;ntro of thc town und the rallroad sta tlon In a sectlon whore four lai'Bo stores were hlown down. Flvo brlck bulldlnBs In the main street wero swopt away. The proeesalon was formed In front of tho hulldlnB- headed by a platoon of pollce Ilehind them was tho chlef ma- The schools of South Royalton havo heon closed on nccount of nn epldemlc of scarlet fcver. Joseph Socla was arrestod Tuesday In llennlnBton, charBod wlth blBamy. Ile was IIvIub undor tho namo of l'ottor. Ho marrled' Ml-s Kthel Uallard of Rut land Aprll 30, and skipped from that clty tho followliiB week. when nccused of hav liiB nnother wlfo HvIiiB nt Fort Anno N. Y. A Box of Old Colns Uncarthed. A box of old coins supposed to havo lieon buried hy tlio Torioi durliiB tho Itevolutlon ary period wm recently iino.irtliod by Inhorers workliiBon ono of tho eatern rallroads, but as tho coluo woro about two loutiirlcs old they would prohahly havo no inoro valuo today tlntii iiitiny of tiio icinoiUcj coiupouudod for stomach, llcr and bouel dlsordors. lt Is thoiofoio noceMiry If you want to ieeocr your ho.illh, lo Ie earel'ul lu tho soloctlon of a nio llcluo t lmi wlll rostoio tho nipetlto. purlfy the blood, nudcuro lioad.ieho, IndlBostion, dys popsln, eiiu-tlpntloii of tho llvor and kldney troublcJ. You will iimko no mlslako if you try IliKlotter'sStoinacli llittii!lieeai( It will poxltlwly ciiio those dleues. Ilundiods of people hao vohintorily lestlllod to this fact dlliliDC tiio post tltly joaro, True Heart Disease is a Rare Thlng. Tiio caufojif yonr iuilpltallou l. prohahly. prcbuioarlhii,' Irom itm lutliestoiniieli ihat Is. lfislric IndU'Oillon. A low iIim's of Cal. cura Siilvenl, Ilr. Iald Kennedy's new inodl. elno, wlll cleiins-e uwny tlie foul iicciiniukitlons aud tiio heart wlll run (iulolly aud keep iiood tliao. Wrilo to tho Cal-eiira Coinpany, Iton dout, X. Y , for frco samplo bottle. Hay Hlgher as a Result of the Drouth Dalry Butter Cheaper Natlve Strawberries are in the Market. The eontlnued dry woather has serl ously atfocted growlnR crops. prlnclpallv the luiy crop. There will be less than half an averuee yleld of hay this season. Tho prlco aready has advanced, bost haled hay retailliiB at $f23 n ton. Dalry butter this week is down to 20 cents, re tall. This is tho soason of tho yoar when dealcrs lnvariably llnd themsolvcs over stockod wlth dalry butter. F,ess are two cents hlRher. Natlvo strawberries nre in tho market this woek nt 15 to 20 cents. WHOLESALE. Potatoes 75 Cheese 15 Butter, (poundl 16f(2l Kbbs J; Maplo Susar 14017 Mnple Syrup (sallon) 8501.00 Hldes 4y Calfsklns, (each) 3001.00 " Pork (llvo) C0C',. Beef, (dressed) sg 7 Venl, (llve) Tli Chlckens 14JT16 Fowls (dressed) 16 RETAIL. Potatoes (peck) 23 Ituttor 200" 1-fiSS o0 Lobstcrs (pound) , 25 Molasses (gallon) 4O0i 60 Sugar, (reflned) 6 Suear. (Maple) jg22 Salt, T. I., (bushel) 55 Flour, (roller process, bbl,).... 4.2504.75 Flour, (patent) 5,05 Com C507O Corn, (northern) 80 85 Meal (cwt.) j 05 Tca, (Jnpan, lb.) 35 "70 Ton, (Oolong) 400 80 Ten, (Younu Hyson) 4ogi 80 Bolled OII, (sallon) 68 Raw OII 65 Kerosene 11016 Hay, (baled) $lSifj23 Wood, (cord) , 7 Mlxed Feed 1.1501.23 "'nii l.lOfd.SO l.lnseed OII Meal 1.6501. CO Provender 1.2001 'S MlddlliiBS 1.1001.40 Ryo Meal, (pound) 3 Oats, hu 50 Cnrrocted June i. 1 I have a more Complete Line of Millinery Than at any time during this season. First-class work done and satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. H. E. BASCOM, Successor to fylrs. S. S. Hunt. 83 Main Street. The Vermont Phoenix. ALL THE HOME NEWS. Yearly Subscrlptlon Prlce S1.50. A 3 months' Trial Subscriptiou for 25 cents. BAILEY'S REAL E8TATE AGENCY Sellt Everythlnu Address, F. J. BAILEY & CO Ryther Bulldlng BRATTLEBORO. (1