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TIIE VERMONT PIICENIX, BRATTLEBORO , FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1903.
3 POPE PIUS X. Cardlnal Sarto, Patrlarch of Venlce, Elected to the Head of the Roman Catholic Church. Canlinal Macchl, socretary of the apostollo brlefs, announced to the (iinvl assombled hefore St. Peter's in K 'iiu' Tuesday that Cardlnal Sarto, p.itriarch of Venlce, had been elected !mpi anil that he had taken the name , t Vius X. At 1-10 I'lus X arrlved on tho bal o.nj of the baslllca and blessed tho iHipulai-o atnld the acclamattons of an linrmous erowd assembled on the I iazza. Whik Prlnce Chlgl, mastcr of tho , nKlavc. was drawlng up the orilcial ;k t of election and acceptance of the wly chusen pope, the lattcr donned tlif white vestments of olllce, asaisted his conclavist, who klsseil his nias-t'-r & hand and recelved the flrst apntolir bkssing of. Plus X. When thp pope wns robed Mgr. Meir.v del Val, sccretary of the con- I.ivp. kneellng, offered hlm the white papal oap amld breathless sllence. Sai 10 took tho cap with a sllght smlle : nt dropped It on his hoad. Then ho 1 'a-c-J the red on the head of Merry ilcl Val. thus Indlcating that the re- ipioiit was soou to bo ralsed to a car il nalate. As the new pontlff stepped from be l.ind tho altar, his, face was pale and -dftened by emotion. He then re toivi'd the lirst obedle.nce of the cardl lutls. who all cainc forward, souie smll ing, othcrs non-commlttal and others apparently dlsappolnted. All klssed his hand and foot, while he saluted each on the cheek wlth a Ulss of peace. I'ius X then adminlsteretl the papal blesising to the sacred college. The llshennan's rlng not having been found, a new one, deslgned by Camerlengo Oreglia, was placed oii the pontllf's hand. The result of the election was an nounced inimedlately afterwards from the balcony of St. Peter's, the bells of the church and of all the churches In Home glvlng the news to the world. Vpon returnlng to his cell the new pope was literally carried In triuniph, followed by a great concourse. The enthusiasm cverywhere was marked The new pope is held ln high es tpem and is consldered one of the more liberal men ln the church. The conclave for the election of a pope began on Friday afternoon last. Sixty-two cardlnals were pre&ent, and forty-two were required to elect. Two ballots were taken on Saturday, two on Sunday, two on Monday and one Tuesday mornlng. The pope was elected on the seventh ballot. Cardlnal Gulseppo Sarto was born at Rlese, province of Venlce, June 2, 1S35, and Is GS years old. He was created cardlnal and patrlarch of Venlce June 12, 1893. He is very learned ln ecclesiastlcal doctrlncs, is modest, energetic, a good administra tor and organizer, a patron of the arts; and his seriousness has always been proverbial. Early ln April Pope Leo, ln conver sation wlth Father Perosl, an Italian composer, said ln speaking of Cardlnal Sarto: " Hold hlm very dear, Perosl as ln the future he will able to do much for you. We firmly beleive he wlll be our successor." He has been known for niany years as one of the greatest preachers ln the church. The New Pope. Boston Transcrlpt. Upon the seventh ballot the college of cardlnal3 has consummated an act of fateful import. It has elected a new pope who elects to relgn as rius X, Car dlnal Sarto, Patrlarch of Venlce, ls lts cholce, and so far as the world ,knows hlm or of hlm we thlnk It wlll be dls posed to acknowledge the cholce a wlse one. He Is just the nge of Cardlnal Peccl when he was ralsed to the exalted dlg nlty of the papacy. Personally ho has been a favorite among his colleagues, whlle his popularlty ln his own Venlce ls unbounded. He was the candldate of the Itallnn party and ls as dlstlngulshed for his graclousness and klndllness as a man as for his profound churchly attaln ments. He apparently possesses tact, and the fact that he has always been a peacetnakcr ln the church warrants the expectation that he wlll be a worthy successoc of Leo XIII In his eflorts to promote,the peace of the world. The papacy wlll stlll be Italian In peYsonnel and Inlluence, but the prospect ls that it wlll be Italian In the larger sense and less Itoman. Alons tho border llne of Vermont and New York states, says the Trade Bulle tln, Cnnadlan farmers have had a flne tlme of late. American buyers have taken all the rlsks of tho underground rallway and paid big prices for all the hay they could buy. A person who has Just returned from the countles bprder ing on New York and Vermont states says that the farmers there have been getting $15 to S1C pcr ton for thelr hay, while the smugglers have made $7 to $8 per ton proflt on the above prices. ratlent " I'm always afrald 111 be burled allve," Doctor (aslde) " Ah, here's one person who has falth In me!" Chicngo Dnily News. To Cure a Cold In One Day. Tako Laxatlve Bromo Qulnlne Tablots, All druggists refund the money lf lt falls to cure. E. W. Grove's slgnature is on each box. 25c. For Over 8lxty Year. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothtng Symp lias Iwen uscd for over liO years by milllons of mothcrs for thelr chllilrcn whllo tccthinir wlth norfect i-uecess. It soothes tho clilld. soltens tho gums, allnys all pnin, cures wlnd cohc, and is tbe best remedy for dlarrhoca. It will rcllove tho poor llttlo suffei'er Inimedlately. Sold by ull ilruiririRts in uvcrv nnrt of tho world Twenty.tlvo ecnts a bottlo. Ile suro to ask for "Jlrs. winslow's Sootlilng Syrup,"aml tako no oiucr Kinu. BEAN'S Hheumatlo I'ills nbsolutely curo lllieumatlsm ana Neurnlgln. vcgetauie. oaie, "What is the prlce of Dobbin's Electrle Eoap?" "Six cents a bar, full slze, reduced from ten." "Why that's the prlce of common brown soap. Send me a box. I can't afford to buy any other soap after this." OASTOIlIAt Beontte m m Ha8 Always tjMgi OA.Q'TOrilA. Beart tts ) 1ha You HaB Always Bought But n Better, Safer Alcthod Found. For twenty years I was an nwful suf fcrer from Varicose veins and ulcers ou my leg. For twolvo wintera I sat in a cliair, my leg pained mo eo I could not lio down. Tho doctors began to say I would nover uso it agaiu. Others ndvised nmputating my leg to prevcnt gangrene from sejtting in. One day 1 read of Dr. David Kounedy's Fuvorito Kemedy. I bought a bottlo nnd commcnccd taking it. And I surely believeif I had not taken Favorite Heinedy I would not be alivo today. My leg healed up entirely and I aui now well and stroug. JOSEPH H. MULCOX. 877 Church St. , Poughkecpsie, N. Y. A proininent physician of Poughkeep sie, N. Y., in cxplaining thedemund for this King of kiduoy, liver, bladdcr nnd blood medicines, said: "Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy acts as n nervo and blood ood. It has madu many pennnnent cures of nervous debil ity, sleeplessness, dyspepsia, rlicmnii tisin and of tho sicknesses pcculiar to woinen, whcro other treatmcnts hnve failed. For headaches, constipation and that run down condition, there is noth ing elso half so fcood as this great kid uey and liver mcdicine." Druggists eell it in New 50 Cent Slze and the regular 1.00 sizo bottles. i"J bsttle-enoughfor trial, free ty mail. Dr. David Kennedy Corporatlon, Rondout, N. Y. Dr. David Kennedy's Rose JcIIy raJical curi Catarrh, llay 1-ever and Coli ln HcaJ. $oc. THE LOCAL FIELD. MARLBORO. MIss Lottle Mnther Is spendlng her va eatlon at home. MIss Ilattle M. Mather of Brattleboro is at home for two weeks. Mrs. Baxtcr, to whom Dr. White of Wllllnmxvllle was cnllcd on Monday, ls mproving. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter A. Prouty of West Northfield, Mnss.. were ln town ovcr Sundnv. Merrlll llamllton, who recelved a se- vero cut on the knee from n scythe, ls said to be dolng well. Mr. nnd Mrs. L,abeouff of Sprlnglleld, Mnss.. are at H. C. Bellows's. Mrs. Ia beouft Is n nntlve of Marlboro and has many frlends ln town. Mrs. Clarence Worden of New York Is vlsltlng her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams. and others ln town. She wlll renialn a fcw weeks. Mrs. A. M. I'routy nnd dnughter. Ncllle, went last weel; to vlslt In New York nnd Mlchlgan. They intend to be awny about month. Melvln Dalrymple, who moved lnto tho house of Mrs S. I'routy, whlle dolng his haylng, ."-eems llkely to become a resl- dent ngaln, especlally lf the prcsent flne i hay weather contlnues. All hope he may. I GREEN RIVER. Wnlter HIU Is cuttlng logs for Fred Stowe. MIss Stella Goodnow spent Friday of last week wlth MIss Ilattle Barden nt 11. Barden's. Itev. F. B. Irvlng wlll hold servlces ln tho church Sunday afternoon, Aug. 9, at 2.30 o-elock. Frank Barry has flnlshed work for Frank Stowe, and will work ln the Estey shops In Brattlelioro. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Morton of Colraln. Mrs. Erhard and MIss Krhard of Groen- lleld spent Sunday at Mrs. It. T. Cut- ting's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Itobb nnd H. Bar den attended the reunlon of the Wind ham counly veterans nt Townshend Sat urday. lt. li. Hobcrtson of I.eyden and his brother, A. M. nobertson. of New York visited at George Brackett's on Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Thompson spent Sundny wlth Mrs. Thompson's slster. Mrs. Otls Gates. at Halifax, In honor of Mrs. Gates's lth blrthday annlversary. JACKSONVILLE. Miss Mlldred Stetson of Grccnflcld ls vlsiting wlth her grandmother. Henry D. Allon and famlly of Wilming ton were recent vlsltors nt W. S. Allen's. The base ball loys wlll play wlth the Shattuckvllle boys at that place Satur day. .V. J. Faulkner has moved to the Phllan- dcr Hall place bought recently of George E Corklns. Mrs. U. V. Brlgham and chlldren of Franklin Falls, N. H., nre vlsltlng rcla- tives in town. Ezra Stetson, Jr., who has been at work ln New York city the past year, is vlslt lng his father. Itev. F. S. Walker, formerly of this place, but now of Carlbou, Me., spent a few days wlth frlends here recently. Tnx-payers will not forget that there ls but a short tlme more to pay taxes to the town trtasurer and save the dis count. The ladles of the Unlversalist soclety wlll hold thelr next meetlng wlth Mrs. Ablgail Moore Thursday afternoon and evening, August 13. The young people are especlally Invited. A good ball ground Is near for the young men to play ball. SOUTH WINDHAM. Raymond Beebe of Townshend was a guest at A. J. Jenlson's over Sunday. MIss Eine Flsher attended the teachers' summer school at Townshend last week. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Fnrr of West minster were recent vlsltors at Deacon Fisher's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker and son of New York clty arrlved at Deacon Baker's Tuesday. Mrs. Bucklngham and two sons nnd MIss Bucklngham lef Tuesday for thelr home ln Malne. Mrs. Messerve and son and MIss Tufts of Brooklyn nro expected at Itev. Mr. Thorne's Monday. MIss Persls Jenlson will return to Lowell, Mass., Saturday to resume hcr dutles ns clerk In a stoie nt that place. Mr, nnd Mrs. O. E. Howe, Bert Howe and Henry Trlpp attended the weddlng of Arthur Trlpp nnd MIss Maud Hownrd at Jamaica Wednesday evening, The Circus. The circus Is more than nn amusement fenterprlse, nlthough the American leadcr leads the world in that regard; lt ls moro than rf great business proposltlon, although lts equlpment nnd malntenanco call fpr largo capltallzatlon and the high est order of administrative ablllty. It is nn educational lnstitution of wldo useful ness. lt glves us natural hlstory almost nt llrst hand wlth lts hcrds nnd dons of animals from nll cllines; It shows us physical culture ralsed to Its hlghest power wlth Its tralned gymnasts; it nf fords us a chanco for both ethnical and ethlcal study with lts abnormalitles and curlosltles. In short, it embraces about all there ls of llfe. There ls n good denl of Joklng about adults borrowlng thclr nelghbors" chlldren ln order to get an ex cuse to go to the circus. But, really, no body needs any excuse for golng to the circus, The circus Itself Is excuse enough. Let's all go! Concord Monltor. WARDSBORO. MIss Uthfl Johnson Is nttending tlie Mitnnier school ln Townshend. MIss Dorn Dolnnd nnd Mra. Spnuldlng lmve returned to thclr homo ln lllnsdnle, N. II. Mnlcolm Knnpp spont n fcw days ro conlly wlth his pnrcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Proston Knnpp. A largo number from hero nttcndod the soldlers' reunlnn nt Townshend Saturday nnd they repnrt n flno tlme. Mrs. Wnltor Jncobs nnd dntighter ot Brattleboro nre spendlng tho week wlth Mrs. Jncobs's pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Hlce. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnk Wnlle nro vlsltlng In town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dexter Wnlto spont Sundny wlth Mrs. Wnlte's slster, Mrs. Mnry Kddy. Mr. nnd Mrs. John .lopson of Xew Ilnven, C'onn.. nro wlth Mrs. Jnpsoii'e i mothur, Mrs. Julln Wnro, nnd nlso wlth their snn. Arthur. Mrs. Fltleld nnd other frlends from N'nshun, N. H., hnve rentcd Mrs. Emma Clnrk's house for n month or two nnd wlll kiop house thero. WARDSBORO CENTRE. Mrs. Hlmer Wilder vlslted hero the llrst of the weok. Mlsse Hdith and Inn Cirout of Arling ton vlsltid Mlss Pnrrle Dexter. Charlos I.. lllssell went Mondny to vlslt hlr brothor. O. 11. Ulssell of Iloston. lie foro returnlng to his liomo In Grand Itaplds, Mich. W. C. Smlth returned to his home In Sprlngflelrt. Mnss., last S.iturdny. Mrs. Smltli nnd dnughter wlll remnln hero n fi w weeks longer. Milton nnd Ollvo Curtls nre spendlng thelr vaeatlon wlth thclr urandmother. Mrs. S. M. Hstnbrook. nnd thelr aunt, ! Mrs. D. C. Dexter. RIOT IN BARRE. Drunken Soldlers and Rowdics Wreck ed a Wholesale Liquor Store. Soldlers of two batterlos of Vnlted States Artlllery on thelr wny from l.'ort i Kthnn Allen to Cape Elizabeth, Malne, nlded by a few loeal rowdles. lndulged In nn orgle at Barre Tuesday nlght. Charlos Donclonl's wholesale liquor store on Granlte strect was broken opcn, a large amount of liquor drnnk. and bottles and flxtures were smashed so that the proprietor gathered a lrrel of brokcn glass ln the mornlng. The lamps were broken and bullet holos were shot through the plate glnss wlndown. and a llre was started In a pllo of waste paper, but the building dld not burn. The three pollcemen who were on duty were power less to restraln the lawlessness, nnd two respectable cltlzvns who attemptcd to Interfern were roughly handled by the soldlers. who dellberately tlred thelr re volvers ln the maln streets. No nrrests have beon mude. Kvelyn Ward, 14. ot Burlington. N suf ferlng from severe burn. whlch may prove fntal. cnused by llames burstfng from n gasollne vtove as she was llght ing lt. Cnngresmnn Hnsklns has been notlfled by the postolllce department that rurnl free delivery routes wlll tie ostabllshed Stpt. 1 ns follows: Two In Cheter nnd one each ln Chester Depot, North Troy, Montpelier and Barton. Hobcrt lnKram. a brakeman on the St. Johnsbury nnd Lake Champlain rnllrond, wns kllled in St Johnsbury Friday nlght. The traln passed over hlm, mnngllng hlm so that ho llved only S mlntites. He wns unmarrled, and had worked as a brakeman six years. Marlln C. Garrlck Is imder arrcst nt Bethel charged wlth assaultlng his wlfe. He knocked out threo teeth and badly brulseil hcr head nnd body. He then tled to George Itlley's house. where he secret- ed hlmself, threatentng to klll the famlly lf his whereabouts or hldlng place was j dlsclosed. I The carbon fuel. Invented nnd patented I by Henry It. Dorr of Itutland, was tested ln the presence of Mayor lcmple nnd other proininent men recently. The fuel burned elght hours and 4 mlnutes, nnd j the same amount of nnthraclte coal ln the same stovo lasted four hours and M mlnutes. There was no odnr of cseaplng i gns In tho room at any tlme. Forest Park farm ln Brandon wlll be sold,' wlth all stock. tools, etc., Aug. 19 j and ln. This fnrm represents nn cxpcndl I ttirc of over luO,(KXt, and ls the llnest , country place ln Vermont, wlth the ex- j I ceptlon ul tho lnrge estates of Col. Webb at Sherburne and T. N. vnllo ln Lyndon. . The f.irm was brought to lts llne vtate of dcvelopment by II. C. Watson of New York, who for some reason sold lt n ycar or two ago to lts pres-ent owner. Max Marx, a New York real cstatc dealer. Itev. Mr. Martln of Newburyport, Mas., who has done evangellstlc work for the Baptlst denomlnatlon ln Burling ton, Richford and St. Johnsbury, Is ln the county Jail ln St. Albans, charged wlth lareeny. He rented a cottage of Mr. Plant of Highgate Sprlngs recently, and after boardmg wlth Plant two weeks he and his wife and chlld dlsappenred, tak ing with them a loat, tent and other ar tlcles. Martln and his famlly crosscd tho lake to Plattsburg, where ho sold tho stolen property for $12 and Ixjught tlckets for St. Johns, I'. Q. The olllcers had no ditllculty in tracing hlm, and nrrested hlm at that town. Ile acknowledges his gullt, and says that he was drlvon to tho act by lack of money. Hlram Poole, 50, a baker, who was one of the best known cltlzcns in Canton, Mass.. was stabbed near his home in that town Sunday nlght by one of thrce nssailants, who are supposed to have been. Itallans employed in a construcfion gang. Tho wouiyls wero evldcntly made ln the neck and breast wlth a stlletto. Poole gave an alarm, soon becnme un consclous, and dled ln a short tlme. Tho bodles of F. P. Egan and Mrs. Sadlo Booth, 2S, .both of Spencer, Mass., haT. ln UNorVhtowMa.r lat7 suday nlght. Near by was a razor, wlth whlch tho throats of each had been cut nearly from ear to ear. The entlre affalr Is shrouded In mystery, but It Is supposed that Egan kllled tho woman nnil then commltted sulclde. Jlrs. Booth separated several years ago from her husband, who llves in Palmer. Charlcs M. Schwab, tho rnllllon dollar. presldent of the bllllon dollar stcel trust, reslgned from that posltion nt a meet- ing of the dlrectors ln New York Tuesday SSfdT'SS rXpVX has been in poor health some tlme, brcak- Ing down under the straln or his respon slbllltles. The stock market felt tho ef fect of a change, and steel common stock dropped that day to 21, and steel pre ferred to eo, lower than any other pre vlous polnts. Judge Lochren in tho Unlted States dlstrlct court at St. Paul Snturday handed down his dcclsion ln the case of the state of Mlnncsota agalnst the Northern securlties company, the Great Northern Itallway company, the North ern Paclfic rnllway company, and James J. HIU. ns presldent of tho Northern se curlties company, and Indlvidually, ln I which ho sustalned tho contcntlons of the defendants and dlsmlssed the bll! of complalnt of the stnte. The judge llnds that the Northern securlties company has not vlolatcd the stnte laws forbiddlng the consolldatlon of pnrallel nnd com peting llncs of rallway through Its own ershlp of the stock of the Great Northern nnd Northern Paciflo rallways. He re fuses the Injunctions nsked by the stnte of Mlnnesota to restraln the securlties company from votlng the stock of the two rallroad companles or elther of them. Trouble for Unlons. tMonlpeller Argus. The trouble ln tho government prlnt lng olllee ovcr the dlsmlssnl nnd reln stntemcnt of n tnmi who hml been ex pelled from tho unloli mny posslbly hnve rosults the tinlon em)locs do not cnre to eontemplnte.' Kor yenrs they have sucoessfully opposed the lntroductlnn of typc seltlng mnchlties ln the government prlntlng olllee. The only renson for this Is that It would reduce the number ot hnnds employed. Slnre the prlnters threutened to strlke becnuse the I'rcsl dent ordered the rolnslntement of Mlller, Sooretnry Corlelyou hns nsked the mnk ers of typc settlng mnchlnes to Inform hlm of the cost of Instnlllng mnchlnes In the offlco. These mnrhlnes nre ln suc cessful operntlon in thousnnds of olllces thi-oughout tho country nnd lt would be a mntter of ecoliomy for the goernment to use them. ; L'nlons nre In trouble Just nt present In varlous ways. Itecent revelntlons In New York. where It has been shown In nurt thnt unlon olllcinls met In secret nnd ns- I sessed whnt flnes they plonsed on mnnu- I lncttireis nnd eontractors, have givfii the ! cause n blnck eye. The nslslnnt dNtrlct I'attorney. ln nn .iddress. stnteil that the i " Inbor grnft" bent tho " pollm grnft ' , nnd thnt has been supposed to Je one nf ' the rlehest tiilngs known ln the linc of i irookedness. Said he: " Oentlenien. that Is the grentest , thlng th.it i vr hnppened. I"lft thou-' sand didlars nt a rrin'k to call nff strlki'S 1 i that had bi-en cnlhd ni In order that tho I blackmall mlght be Itvl.d: Whafs $1ii i a month from a illsnrderly house or IJnn i a month from a g.imbllng establlshment. i eomp.ircil wlth thN game? Why. had . , Devery or lHamond or llerllhy known of i the ossibllltlts ln the gnme of the wilk- Ing delegate. el.imps and chaln- nuld not hae kept them In the I'olice Iiepnri- mtnt- Just look at the proposltlon. A con- i trai'tor has a building to ronvtriut with In a glven tlme. A milllon dollars or more I N Involved in the cnntraet. Sinldenly. ! nnd for no iipp.ir.nt trouble wlth the I I labnrers. n strlke ls ordcred. I coes to S.im Jones, the walklng delegate. to tlnd out what the matter Is. ' Well.' snys Snm. ' wo're both buslncss men. I tnke It? Yes7 Well, let's get down to uuslness. Wlints your contraet worth? A little over a milllon. eh? Well. you brlng ;5,0O5 here tomnrrow mornlng and you won't lo nble to see the nun get bnok to work for the dust they'll klck up.' " 'Why, you dnmnrd srnundrel" ex elalms the contractor. Do you tlilnk ou cnn hohl me un ln this fashlon. There'll bo sknting In hell lefore I be come n party to any such protxisltlon. ! " 'All rlght." says Sam. then you'll walt ! tlll hell thnws out the North I'ole lefore ' n mnn goes back on your job.' j "'Thnt' a pnser for the contractor l and tlnally he ofTers Sam $2lui. 'All j rlght." snys Sam. ' we're glvlng you ,!.. but fi all rlght. You brlng the money here tnmorrow morning and ou mnrk the bllls. Then you so down nnd tell i Jerome. What do you thlnk we cnre for Jerome? We'vo got h dozen lawyers that i cnn hck that clgaretto flend out of his , boots.' So the monev l pahl and the contractor doosn't go to see Jerome '' rttl" evtortlon In New York was the work of the stone eutters' unlon whloh nppears to hnve been manngnl much dif ferently from that In this sectlon lf the Morles thnt have fi.en told In court are true. and It would nppcnr that some of them must . thee tone cutters mlght ns well begin cuttlng the monument for thelr union Thelr orgnnlzatlon cannot contlnue to exlst wlth the publlc know Ing thnt It hns engaged ln such opera tlons. Unlon men nrat feel humlllnteil nt thee revelntlons nnd must renlize that the cxuhe of lnbor Is serlously Injureil them. by The Democratic Party at Sea. Springfleld t'nlon The Democratic New York World. after statlng that the ltepubllrans hnve thclr presldcntlnl cnndldate all sele.ted. and thelr plntform practlcnlly written. says: The Democrats. on thi- other hnnd. are stlll ' all nt sea ' about thelr candldate. Nolmdy cnn Ml wh.it thelr platform will be. The lenders are sjsidclous of icn other. uncertaln as to iMdicy, dlsorgnn Ized ns to attlon." Were ever truer words written? The party Is all at sea. It need' a candldate and none is in slght. lt wantn nn Issue and the Hepubllcnns have all the good ones. Thero is noth Ing left but " the grand old prlnclples of the Democratic party" that.we hear so much about, and never have explained. Choll " Her cned to br.un seem pssible ing." fJtidgf. father actunlly threat mc." Ethel " It doesn t He must have been jok- CONGRESSMAN LIVINGSTON Says Pe-ru-na is a Splendid Ga tarrhal Tonic. COLONEL L. 1. LIVINGSTON. Colonel Xj. I. Jjlvingston, Member of ! fho Industrlal CommlIonand the lead. Ing Demosratlo member of the Com mltteo on Approprlatlona ln tbe House lf Koprescntatlvcs, whoso home is at Atlanta, Ga., wrlteat " take oleasure la lolnlntr wlth Qeneral Whceler, Connressmaa I Brewec and others la recommendlng Peruna as an excellent tonlc and i B catarrh cure." Col. L. I. Llvlngston. Catarrh Cared. ph.ases of catarrh, aento or chronlo, f promptly and permanently cured. ! lt is through lts operatlon upon tho ner- vous systom vhat Peruna has attalned such a world-wldo reputatlon as a sure md rellable remedy for all phases of batarrh wherover located. Mr. Jas. O. Morin, 1170 Ontarlo street Montreal, Canada, 11711163: " Peruna ls certalnly a great catarrh remedy. It cured me of catarrh of tho head and I gladly lndorso lt. Canadlana aro pecullarly aflllcted wlth thla disease and for years tho doctors havo trled to bvercomo lt with ollxlrs, powdors and pllls, but Peruna has solved tho questlon nnd sluco tho mcdicine has been estab Ushcd here hnndreds of peoplo havo been cnrod of catarrh." Jas. O. Morln. If you do not derivo prompt and satis factory resnlts from tho use of Teruna, writo at onco to Dr. Hartman, glvlng a foll statement of your case and he will be pleased to gire you his ' yaluablo ad vlco free. Address Dr. Hartman, Presldent of 'i'ho Hartman Sanlt&rlum. Columbus, O. "Dog Days" and Cream Separator Fakirs Every "dog-day" season one of our old time "tin-can" cream er would-be compctitors, of late years making a separator of which it is said that its only good feature is its sacrilegiously taken name the "U. S." is seized with a new advertising spasm of some kind and a desire to buy newspaper space for use in imaginary self-com-parison of itself with the DE LAVAL, in which new fake it u'sually grows worse from week to week until the DE LAVAL stoops to notice its fairy stories. First it was so-called Experiment Station fake "skim-milk rec ords"; then a false representation of a Paris Exposition award and a still more falsc one of the DE LAVAL machines not having re ceived the Grand Prize; then a garbled report of the Buffalo Expo sition skim milk tests and much lying about the awards made there. And so it has gone for some years. Now the latest fit of rabies of which this disciple of Ananias is the victim is brazenly advertising that his machine can't skim cool milk because of quickly clogging up with it, while he pleads that it is wickedly cruel of the DE LAVAL agents to remind buyers of separators that there are frequent occasions when this is both con venient and necessary, and that the practical separator must be capable of it, though only the DE LAVAL is with good results. Those who may read the advertisements of our envious little "teaser" should always keep these fundamental facts in mind: The DE LAVAL machines received the only Regular award at Chicago, the only Grand Prize at Paris, and the only Gold Medal at Buffalo. They have done the best work and are held to be the best separa tors in every Experiment Station in Europe and Arherica. They are used by 98 per cent of the experienced creamery users of sepa rators throughout the world and their sales are ten times all other makes combined, while with a 50 per cent. greater output every year for twenty years there has never been a year yet in which the DE LAVAL manufacturers could meet the demands upon them. This is a record of stone-wall facts which any of our pigmy would-be competitors are perfectly welcome to stand up and meas ure themselves alongside or butt their shortcomings into whenever they may be foolish enough to attempt it. If any reader may not understand why a DE LAVAL SEPA RATOR is as much better than the best 'of its imitators and follow ers are better than gravity systems a DE LAVAL catalogue to be had for the asking will make the reasons plain. . jtXJ The De Laval Separator Co. NEW ENGLAND AGENTS : STODDARD MFG. CO. RUTLAND, VT. BRATTLEBORO MARKET REPORT. Prices Unchanged Natlve Vegetabes Plentiful Cabbages Flve Cents a Pound a New Cereal. Markit prices this week are practlcally ldentical wlth last week. The volumo of business is about the same. Natlve veg etables are bccomlng more plentiful every day. Cabbages have come in this wcck. They scll at llvc cents a pound. Caull tlower retnlls at 10 to 15 cents a head, ac cording to slze. Carrots retail at tive cents a bunch. Swect corn brlngs 2s cents n dozen. Peas nro nearly out of market. Volgt cream llakes ls the newest cereal. WHOLESALE. Potatoes 1.00 Cheeso 12 Butter, (pound) 16321 Eggs 22 Maple Sugar 14317 Maple Syrup (gallon) S5O1.00 Hldes 5 Calfsklns. (each) 3031.00 Beef, (dressed) 5 0 7 Pork (dressed) 63' Veal (Uve) Chlckens (sprlng) 20 Fowls (dressed) H316 RETAIL. Potatoes (peck) Cheese Butter Eggs Lobsters (pound) Molasses (gallon) Sugar, (reflned) Sugar, (Maple) Salt, T. I., (bushel) Flour. (roller process, bbl.) Flour (patent) Corn Corn (northern) Meal (cwt) Tea, (Japan, 1b.) Tea, (Oolong) Tea, (Young Hyson) Bolled OII, (ga)lon) Haw OII Kerosene Hay, (baled) Wood. (cord) S0 16 2027 23 2S 400 60 6 18322 55 2335.00 5.75 65370 758S0 1.25 S5S) 70 403 S0 403 BO 5S 55 14315 J1SS23 7 Mlxed FeeJ 1. Bran 1 Llnseed Oll Meal 1. Provender 1 Mlddllng 1 .1501.25 1001.30 5001.53 .2001.25 .1001.40 Rye Meal, (pound) Onts (bu.1 Corrected Aug, 6. 3 50 Glvlng the Maple Sugar Industry a Black-Eye. St. wMbans Messenger.l It ls all rlght, of course, for Vermont maple sugar makers to rejolce that the pure food law now affords thelr product long needed protectlon ngalnst the maple sugar adulterators outslde the state, but there ls an cvil rlght at home to be dealt wlth, too. That is the practice of intermlxing granulated sugar wlth the syrup ln order to gtvo body nnd whlte ness to tho nlleged maplo product. Bar rcls of granulated sugar havo been sold In this very city every sprlng to maple sugar makers roundabout who used it for this very purpose. The rascals who do this klnd of business are not only playlng a dlslioncst trlck qn tbelr cus tomers, but they nro Just short-sighted enough to grnsp for a few pennles now without thlnklng that they are helplng to glve Vermont maple sugar a blnck eyo everywhere their miserable fraud ls de-tected. GENERAL 0FFICES : 74CORTLANDTSTREET, NEW YORK. Biggest Harvester ln the World. Last year there was in operatlon ln San Fernando Valley of Callfornia the largest comblncd harvester In tho world. lt conslstcd of a tractlon cnglne capable of haullng seventy-Uve tons and whlch take3 the place of sixty horscs; a header or mowing machine whlch cuts a thlrty slx foot swath, and a complete threshlng machine. The header and threshlng ma chine are run by a scparate thlrty-horse-power cnglne getting lts sleam from the samo boller as the threshlng englne. The drlve wheels of this monster trac tlon cnglne nre elght fect In dlameter, with tires forty-eight Inches wlde on whlch are rldgcs an Inch and a half high. It can avcrage thrce and a half mlles an hour In good graln. The thresher has a capaclty of 100 acres a day. Eight men arc employed on the thresher. The graln ls threshed clean nnd flnally carried to a bln from whlch It ls sacked. When twelve sacks havo been fllled they aro al luwed to slide oft the cart to the ground. This huge macilne wlll work equally well on level or hllly country, having sufllclent power to tako a 20 per cent grade wlthout dllllculty. It ls stxty-slx fect long, half as wlde, and welghs moro than 100 tons. Oll ls used as fuel. This harvester has been successfully used for shelllng peas and benns as well as graln. lt is purely a Callfornlan productlon. August World's Work. " Of course you won't marry a title." " Not it thero was any other way of get ting one." nnswercd the severely prapti cal glrl. Chicngo Evening Post. Bill " It seems strnnge, but heat comes ln wavcs, does It not?" Jlll " It certninly does." " And yet a man wnnts to get into the wnves to get out of the heat." Yonkers Stntesman. Peptiron Pills (Ckocolate-coatod) Arc an casily assimilated and remarka bly effective combinatiou of pcpsin, iron, manganese, celery, phosphorus (tho great brainfood) and other great tonics, norvines and nutrients. Peptiron Pills (Chocolate-coated) Nourish, strcngthen and quiet the wholo norvous system, aid digestion and as eiinilation, give color, flesh and vigor, curing nen'ousnesa, nervous dyspepsia, anemia, neuralgia and sleeplessness. Peptiron Pills (Chocolate-coated) Aro a blessing to delicate women, w'orn out mothers, tired housewives, over tasked school boys and girls, over ' worked business nnd professional men, aud to the aged and infinn. Peptiron Pills (Chocolate-coated) Aro agreeablo to the taste, 60c. or $1. 0. I. IIOOD CO., Lowell, Mass. Selllng Agent ln Brattleboro: QEO. E. QREENE, 63 Maln 8t gcrjnt Jtotiws. OOMMISSfONKHH' NdTICP.. . I1STATK 01' U AI.THIt D.STOCIvWHI.L. Tlio iindcrslgneil hnving liccn nppoliited by tlio:ilon. rrolmtc Court for tho dlstrlct or Marlboro cominliuloucrs, to reccl o, uxamiuo ntid ndjtit nll rliilin' ntul dcumndi of nll pcr sons ntrtilust tho estato of Wnlter 1). Stockwoll, lnto of llratt k'lxirn. in snld dltrlct. di;conod. niiil nll chilinscxhihitcd ln nllset tlicrcto, licro bv gUc tintleo that wo meet tor tho purposf niorcsald.nt County CleikV Olllce, llmttleboro, on the 2.1th day of Ainrut aml .rth duy of l)c conibcr next. from S o'clock until 4 o'clock i: M., oncli of said days, aml thnt slxinonllisfrom tho 2."th day or .Iuly A. I). l'.ml Is tho tlme lliult. ed by snld Court for fuld crcdltors to iiroont thelr clnims to ns for cxnminntlon nnd allow. anco. -. Datcd nt llmttleboro ttiis 2.1th dny of .luly A I). I'.nri. :n .1.11. MIIltltll'IKM). - r,,.,.,,,,,,,.,.,,, I.rTIIIIU M. KU.NITON. t Lomnilsloneis 0.MMIS.SI0NKH8' NDTICI3. I'.VI'ATK OFTIIO.MAS T. STOWII. Tlie undcn-igncd Inivlnglieennppoliitod by tho I Ifiii. l'robatc Court furtho dltrict of MarllHt ro coiiinilsloners. tolecelve. cxmnlne nnd ail J nst nll clnims aml ileaian'lo or nll persons ngalint tlicefltato ofThomasT. Stowe, late of HrattloiHiro, In snld dlstrlct, dec-eaed. nnd all cluims eYhibitcil ln ollet tlicrcto, liercby give notice that wc wlll meet for tliepurposcnloro snld. at tho olllce of I). K. Ptowo on tho 14th day of Septemlier nnd 2stli dny of Decciiiber next, from S o'cliK'k untlll o'clock l i.. ech of Fnld days, and thnt six tnonths from tho -Ttli day of .Iuly A. I). l!rt, l the tl uo llmltcd by suiJ court for said credltois to prc-cnt thelr clnlnis to in for oxninlnation and nllnwanco. Datcilat llrattlcboro this 27th or JulyA. 1). U. ;ll TL)VTviiA1Mc..mml8SIo,,cr3. tTATB OF Vnit.MO.NT. Wlndhuni County. II)A M. SIIAW, I ln Chancery. . -Seplcnilor Tcrni. (IKOKUr.S. lT.UKY.ct alsl A. I). 1!. Wliereas. tlie iKMitlou ol Ida M. Sliaw ot HiiiMlulu iu tho ( oiiuty of Cliehii'e and Stnte of New Ilntiiiiliire. tlkil in tln Court ou tho anh day ot July. 11;. rcturnable nt tlio Wlnd. hum County Court of I'liancery next to bc held at Nuwfnnc wltliln anl for suid County or Windham, on the llrst Wediielny after the flrt Tuesiiay or Scntcmlicr. A. 1). show eth, thnt (iiiiriie S. l'erry. formerly or Ilmt tlclwro in said Windham County. on tlie PJth duy of ()ctol)cr. 1S)I, duly cAccutcil to Wnncii . FesMMiden of siiiil llnittleljoro, a mortgnge decd of certuin huid Iu (iuilfonl tmd Ilnlifax, lusniil Wlndliam County. Iioundcd us rollows: Comiiienciug at the north-wcst cornerthereof, tliencoun eaJterly courM! on lunds owncd by Wnlter l'hclpi nnd Kdwnrd I.. Hetil to tlio hlghwny lcadlng piit Mrs. Kdwnrd Howe's farm to Hinesburg; tlicnce ou said liightvuy to land owncd by Vlinil Kcithithcnce westerly on said Kelth's htud to the hlghwny lcadlng from Hinesburg to Marlboro; tlicnce on said highway to tlio plncc of lieginiiiug, contalnliig one hundrcd nnd twcnty-tlc acres be tlio siuno moro or les. lliifhtcen nnd one-hulf ucrcs of tho aliove df scribed land is sltuateil ln Halifax nnd is school land, so cnllcd. Con ditloned for the payment of a certnln promi sory note ot tho suid George S. l'erry wlth even dato of siilil mortgngc for the sum of llf tccn hundrcd dolluis, and payabloto said War ren Fosscnden or order with intercst uiiuuully, whlch is now justly due and owmg aml hns not leen paid nccordlng to the etlect or the same. And riirthcrslioweth that tho said Wnrrcn Fcssendeii on the 10th day ol October. 1SU1, in consideratlon or the suin or tirteen hundrcil dollnrs. sold, tmnsfcrred and assignod said mortgugo and noto to one J. .!. Shuw of Hins dale in said Chcshlrc County. the husband of said ietitlonen Thnt on tlie:wth duv of Octo lr, 1SS1). tlie said J. M. Sliaw departed this llfe: That the said J.M.Minw lcft a last wlll nnd testament which was dulj" probated and allowcil by tho l'robatc Court for tlio County or Chcshire. und that by the tcrms of said will the said mortgago aml noto alxne ilescrilicd were by tho l'roliato Court for tho county of Clieshlre dccreed to said petltloner as tlie rcMduary legateo under suid will and that sho is now the lawful owner or the same. And riirthcrslioweth thnt Enuna E. I'renney or Cumbridgo in ihe County of Middlesex, Mussachiisetts, ls tho pi-csent owner of said described prcrai'es cocreil by said moiigage. and that J. C. I'renney, husband of tho said j Enuna E. I'renney. William N. Ijinglcv of Mcd, III .'llHlltT.. JUIII), 1I1IU1I1 ITt Lake and Mlnnle Lake, husband and wife. o Everctt ln said Middlesex County and George H. Gooilcnougli or Newfnne iu said Windluim County. clalms somo sort of an interest in said prciniscs. tliecxact nature of which said petl tloner Is unublo to nscertnln, lyit she avcrs that the rlght, title and Interest of tbe said J. C. I'renney. William N. Langley, William H. Ijiko, Minnic Lake and Gcorgo It. Gooilcnough ln said premifcs are all subonlinate to the right, title and interest or said petltloner thereiii under said mortgago. And furthcrshoweth thnt tho said George S. Terry. Emma E. I'renney. J. C. l'rcnncv. Wil liam N. Inglcy, Wllllani II. Lake and Minnic Lake, all reside without the Stute of Vermont whcro thoordinary priK'essor subixcna cannot lieservcil on them, and praying that an order of said notice and suinmnns iinon tho said ' George S. l'erry, Emma E. I'renney, J. C. I'renney, William N. Langley. William II. Lake im .Miunio uiKc, uy puuiicution, ie maue ln the premlses. Whercrore the iictitlouer prnys that tho equity or redemption of the suid Georgo S. l'erry. Emma E. I'renney. J. C. I'renney. Wil liam II. Lake, William N. Langley, 5'innio Lake and Georgo It. Goodenough in the prem iscs may lio forecloscd agrccatily to the pro- visions oi law. Thcreforo lt Iicing mndo to nppear thnt tho sum tjcorgo l'erry. Emma K. I'renney, J. C. I'renney, William N. Ijinglcr. William II. Lake and Minnic Llke rcslde without tlie Stnte of Vermont so that the ordinnry process of subiHeiia cannot be scrved upon tliem, It is ordcred that tho petltioner glve said George P. l'erry, Emma E. l'rennev. J. C. I'renney, William N. Langley. William II. Lake und Minniu Lake, notice of the iendency or said Iictltion and the term of Court to which it is made rctiirnublo by publlshlng tho sutetancc of hcr said iictltloii as licreintiefore set fortli. togcther wlth this notice, ln The Vermont I'hnmix, a newspnper printed nt Brattleboro in said Windham County. tliree weeks suc- ccssively, tho last publication to ho at lcast twenty days prior to tlie tirst dnyof tho Sep tcmtier tcrm, A. 1). 11H0. or this Court. and tnat tlio said ueorgo . l'erry, Emma E, I'renney, J. C. Prenney, William X. Langley, William II. Lake and Mlnnlo Lake be aml hcro by nro reiuired to appear ln sanl Court on tho llrst duy ot suid term thcrcof, und make answer to said petltion; otlierwiso tho same wlll bo taken asconresscd. whlch miblication will bo deeni! sullicient notice tor them to appear anu maKo answer n iney sce nt. Glven under my hand nt llrattlcboro ln said County this 2Uth day of July. A. I). 1()3. J. il. jn.Kiciniil.l), uierk. IIakkixs & SCHWE.NK. tfollcitors. 3031 cow C0MF0RT OIL A preparation to prevent fly pest on CATTLE AND HORSES Very easy to apply, contains nothing injurious DON'T TAKE MY WORD FOR IT Try it yourself. Keep record of quantity of milk and you will be surprised. It is a fact that when used the increase in quantity has been 35 per cent. Cow Comfort is tbe best; take no other. Sold at the Hardware Store of J.EDGAR MELLEN IlcsUs. TJOLLTOP AND FLAT TOI' DISKS. also JLV 15 gradca of Tyiiowriter Dcsks: wo will mako siioclal prices for tlio noxt liodays; scud for catalogue. STHAHN8 & lllJ.NI)Elt80N, 7 und I'ortlaud St., Iloston, Mass. Ill-lw BAILEY'8 REAL E8TATE AQENCY, 8ellt Everythlnu Address, F. J. BAILEY & CO., Ryther Building. BRATTLIBOHO, VT.