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TIIE VERMONT PIICEXIX, BRATTLEBORO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9,
1903. II Announcementt. I.atot tnodeM In Wnmen'Tallormailc Sull and WHlklnir f-klrU nnd Vll. New I'Hll Goodt nml Trltmnliurs to mske up In talloted ' aml evening i-osttimcs. li" M Mknimbn. .r.a.v... MIm Anna f-rnlth l fnrrninif u elu In Itced Il.tsketry. aml will arranire llh nny lntcreled j at her home at West IlrattleWiro on Monday aml Wedriewlay aftoriinon. "ct. 13 nml II. Term -V) ccntR .er Icmoii. malorlal furnUlied for flrst Iwira, U. (. O'Ncll. palnter. dcconitor. papcr- liani?or -All ordem ejecuted promptly ntnl estlmatt- cbtcrf ully glven on all klndj of j work. ?eicnteeii)eursof exirlencoln Ilrat-1 tlotxro wlll ti-stlfytotlieqimlityof our work. I Only e.tpcrieneed workmen cmplojed. Sldftl , attcntlwi to intorior dworatloti. Ad- . ,,. i.Vi, . . . n . : drc- Ii; KHIot ..tiwt. HrattlpW.ro. 1 kji D,,i, t,,4-, M. h-arK, 1 uior, I'rlnclpal SCHOOL. BIL.VTTLEBOIIO I'RIVATE ! Shorthand taught. ! tz. "- 1 BRATTLEBORO ' The annual llally day conecrt by tho ; Methodlot Sunday Mhool wlll xs held nxt Sunday at 19.30. the usual tlme for ihi ,r,,.rr,lt,,' nrnachlni; nervle. All ure , Invlted to att-nd. XIi Anna Smith of Vet Brattlelwro, who(" aample of reed lsketry were ad mlred by many Valley Fair vlltor. han . lxen pjri"'jadMl ly people Intereated In 1 the work to form a laM for lntructlon. Tho Daushters of th" Ameriean He-o- lutlon wlll hold a bujdness rneetlni; 1 at the home of the reRent. Mrs. E. II. l;la' r?m?rKi1? ,n ""' WB,y an' I'utnam, on Ore-n street. A larse attend- th"t th"t aUi Baln a"'J ane is derired i aaln by competent ritlc!i to tw an Itn- , ... , . . , jirovement upon th book. A a rule C. A. liorden ha MuKht the interest ; man. .m.matnati.,,,, have falled to of hl partner. D. G. O Nell, In the pnlnt j thnrouKhlv ratch the splrlt of th Ing and parierhanRlng bualnesa. .Mr. , nn..i. friltrl ..hir.h ihov w..r i.ni.n yj .mh, wnu na inn 111 inAnit-nuiu 11 i yoars, wiii coniinue 10 carry on ine xame llne of work lndependently. W. F. Mlxer has bought the Flsher place In Centreville nnd Is movlng there from the Katon farm, where he has llvel th" past 23 year.a. C. W. Stone wlll move from the Fl.her place to one of Mr. Crowell's hou-s on Myrtle street. Tlie work of pavlne Maln street from Whetstone lirldge to Fliit street was re Humwl Tuesday by Iioad CommiHHloner Kames. After the eust slde had been paved the work wa.s suspcnded so that the road would not be torn up diirlntr the Valley Fair. Although the work on the new bridge practlcally Is done It wlll be two or three i 215 and hls assets f2J. About ?16.Si of j weeks probably before the bridge wlll be , hls llabilities is secured. Thomas Bet readv for arceptance by the towns of terl Is ,i rredltor to the amount of . lirattllwro and Hlnsdale. The sidewalk mer t"i George I. Mlller Is a credltor Ih not flnlaheij and the gradlng remalns j for J1.K .md W'aldo Houlllard of North to lw d'jne on the Hinndale road. j Hinslale for t". There are mm The Hrst meetlng of the Brattlelx.ro I smaller crelltors In Brattlem.ro. It ia j Woman's club thls autumn wlll be held Jndej-stood that nearly all of the large I wttn Mrs. I.evl K. Fuller at I'lne llelghts shlppers from Brattleboro lost on thelr j Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 14, at 3 -J) j shlpments last autumn and wlnter. o clork. After the greetlngs there will I some of them so heavily that they wlll , be a wprd from the preldent of the club. nnt engane in the bulness again thls Miss Clark. and reports of the annual ear. I state federatlon by the delegates. . A speclal trnln carrled the Slr ICnlght' j it n i,,.!,... h.i hi if. ,.rm i.iu- Beausoant Command-ry. Fred II., .... ' ' ..:,' ..!.." i .v.' i cut on a surface planer ln one of the I.stey organ nhops Monday afternoon. He was rearhlng across the planer when hls shlrt sleeve, which wa.s unbottoned. was cajght by the cyllnder. drawlnK hls arm down agulnst the knlvec. The mus cles were lald tKire a dlstance of several inches. Mary I.ee, the winner of second mon- t the town hall building. countermarch ey ln the 2.Si race at the Valley Fair. I ing to the Junclion of Maln and Klllot waa formerly ownoil by John G. Baker , Mreets, where a halt was made to allow of thls town. who used her for a fast roadster anij freiuently tested her spced on the track. He sold her to Mc Auslan of Holyoke. of whom she was Iwught by Mr. Frallck of the Con necticut Blver Stock farm. The elghth annual meetlng of the Ver mont state federatlon of Woman's club was held In St. Johnsbury on Wednesday and Thursday of thls week, the St. Johns bury Woman's club belng hostess of the occasion. A large number of delegatea from all over the .state. representlng many i dlffercnt clubs, were In attendanre. The BrattlelK.ro Woman's club was represent-f-d by Its presldent. Miss Clark: the fed eratlon dlrcctor, Mrs. C. H. Thotnpson: tho federatlon rtcretary, Mrs. S. O. Mlner, and the delegates, Mrs. B. L. S. Paton. Mrs. J. C. DeWltt and Mrs. George F. Barber. A rally servlce was held In the Bap tist vestry Tuesday evening by the Chris tlan Endeavor soclety. A large audlence was present to hear Hev. George W. Qulck of Sprlngfteld. Mass., who spoke on the essentlal quallllcatlons for cfflclent Chrlstlan Kndeavor work. Mr. Qulck's address was of an Inspirlng nature and fllled the hearers wlth enthuslasm. I're lcedlng the address was a duct by Miss I.oulfe Coates and Arthur U. M.iynard. The program closed wlth a soclable. muslc Ix-lng furnlshed by F. C. Idtsln ger, Carl Leltslngcr aml C. M. Dugan. Ilefreshments were served. Miss Grace G. McGowan, 2!, dled about 0 o'clock Tuesday nlght at htr home on Green street after an illness of several weeks wlth acute dlabetes. She was ,i daughter of Mrs. James Mc Gowan and came to Brattleboro from Bellows Falls two years ago wlth her mother and two slslters. Sho has been employed by the Hooker, Corser & Mltchell company. Although not wlde ly uicualnted In Brattleboro those who knew her regarded her as a young wo man of exnellent charucter. Funeral senlce. were held In the Itoman Catho ltc church at 'J.'HI o'clock today and the iK.dy was taken to Bellows Falls for burlal. Besldes her mother. Miss Mc Gowan Is survlved by tlve slsters. Mrs. I A. O. Mnrtlncau of Si.rlnglleld. Mass. Mrs. M. J. Moynlhnn and Miss Annle McGowan of Bellows Falls and Mlsses Catherlne and Nellle McGowan of Brut tlelK.ro. Arrangtments have been completed for the AVantastlquet Golf club's an nual tournumcnt for the Fall ctip. Thls cup hfift been won twice by Charles F. Illngham. A thlrd wlnning would make Idm permanent owner of the cuj). The playlng wlll be 1H holes handlcap, match play, and the prellmlnary rounds wlll lake place today, tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday. The followlng are the drawlngs for matches wlth the handl caps of the players: J. C. Bacon 15, U. F. Shea IH; C. M. Mlller 0. W. F. Fannlng 12; C. H. Thompson i, Itollln White IS: John K, Taaker 0, Ujuls Pet teo 12; Fred Harrls fl, Harry Blngham 13; L. S. Edwards 10, W. 11. Chllds 18; IJ. P. DeWltt 18; James F. Hooker IS; Crosl.y Adams 8, C. Ak Hoyden 15 j Chalmers Holbrook 10, Iiwrencc Bar l.er JS; C. F. Blngham 0, George Thomp Hon 15; W. E. Hul.bard 0, II. C. Hice 13. A cup wlll be glven to the runner-up. . Letter to Estey Organ Company, Brattleboro, Vt. Dcar Slrs: Threo churches In Ilaldwlns vllle, N V. have had thelr flrst lesson In Dovoe. Messrs. Osterhout & I.ockwood palnted the Presbyterlan jiarhonage; estlmated 30 Kallons; took 22. Mehsrs. Sllngerland & Shutter palnti-d the Fpineopal church; estlmated W gal lons: took 2S. Same palnters palnted the Cathollc church; ostlmutcd 50 gallons; took K3. Of course, they estlmated from what they had been uslng. The savlng In pulnt und work Is (I or (3 a gallon. Total sav lng on threo John J123 to 1150 the palnt Ing costs two or three tlmes as much as the palnt, you know. Yours truly, F. W. DEVOE & Co. V. S. Bobblns and Cowlos soll-our palnt. IinA.VS. Illicumallo I'llls alwohitely ruio llheumutlhm and Neuralgla, ,Vcgetable. Sufc. Brttlebir lodge No 37i, New Eng- j '.. I tir.br "f Protection. will serve sup- i ;.r l'i Il-i Mn'a hull Thursday evenliig. I 'in r, rirn h to S o'cloek. j TI,- ;r i !' .n Street Railroad cotii- i l i i i H,k i.,,wi , flve-cent fare dur- I i'ik ti - i i 'livj of thi Valley Fair. TM Is i ';tinl rably in nrwm of the nutn- j b. r tik-n at Vale Fair tlme In ati , .re lnii" e.ir Marry Wentworth was arrested Tues- ( da nll(ht b u I'-.llceman A W. Roel. Ili t.i :ni'.xi'-ailin when ! arralined I:t. J'i-tl . N. w t in Wed- nesday mornlng and m tl n aml cnit, nmo'intlnt; to !. Mrs. Jennle B. Puwers went to Wll- . mlngton eirly thia wtk to Investtgate cases (ii anegeo crueny 10 a uorse ano a 1 ow. The horse was desid when she arrlved. and th cow was In such a c.n- "" "" " One of G. O. Aobott s horses ran uw i . Saturday aflernoon. MartlnK from lhlml neat market and runnlnc u, thv Hrooks lIou- drlve-way, where th rt-ln" 1 Wame entan?led ln tn whee(1 an,, . the horw. The front part uf the wagon I 'H muhed anJ the horsMj was cut gnghtlv. The hr colllded wlth a crale of or.okery In the n-.ir of Morrls & 1 Grw tore and broke aeveral plecen. ino ejiiern wnioii leiuKrapn omce 1 for railroad lunln haa Iwen movwl ' 'rom 'he frelght ollice to the olllce in thf paacenger railroad atatlon, formerly occjpled by .Manager Uardwell. who now ha an olllce on Maln street. The day operators are Mrs. Harry Freeman and Georce F.llnon, and the nlght otier- I ator. temnorarllv. la V. H. N'lchols of 1 St. Albans. The frelght olllce Is lng i remodelled. Iri dramatlzini? " Davld Harum ' which la to be preented ut the An.ll i toriurn Frldav evenlng, Oct. 1C wlth an : exceptlonally strong raSt, every elT.irt was mnlf to retain all of thoe thiriK' whlnh made the b'lok so entertalnlng Thl is nt the case, nowever, wlth aml It Ii thu tnost of Its class now 1m " Daid Harum." sutlsfylng comedy fnre th puhllc. Several Brattleboro apple sellers have lost money thls week through the fall ure of Kjmuel W. Blgelow of Boston, a oommIslon merchant. Mr. Illgelow lunht larce quantltie' of aptles ln BrattlelKiro last auturnn and wlnter. offerlng a good prlce for them There I was an unromnmnlv larue eron and as 1 a result the market prlce dropped off Some npples, many In fact, were sold, but many more were put ln cold storase and ftnally sold ut a great los. Mr. ' Riselow Hled a schetlule In bankruptry In Bolton Monday. IIIs Uabllltles are J2S.- llolden emlnent commandcr, to t'lare- 1 monl V tf H'Mlnoeilsi' 1ui4tiir Tlt-o. tleljro at 11 o"clock. There were 97 per sons In the party. Includlng (he Flrst Itesrlnifnt hand of 30 men. At 10.3U , o'clock the band left Its heado.nnrters aml marched to the commandery head I nuurters on Klllot street. The command i ery f'.rmed behlnd the lnd and marched I'hotographer J. ('. Howe photograph the cnmmandery. The parade then proeeeded to the depot. The commandery carrled new colors, the presontatlon of which was made at the asylum Just Wfore the llne was formed by I'ast rommander W. H. vinton. The onsecration was per formel by Kminent Commander Fred H. llolden and ICxeellent Prelitte Bev. i: T. Mathison. At Claremont the annual Held day meetlng uf the commanderles of Brattlelx.ro. Bellows Falls. Windsor. Ke-n and Claremont was held. Ilrat tbboro was represented at the bamiuet by l'Ji peorile, includlng Slr Knlghts, l.nlles anl the band. The employes ln I. I.. Hlldreth & Co.'s piintlng olllce presented Harry It. Horton a handsome dress sult caae and a valuable book on anatomy at the close of work Friday afternoon. The presen tatlon was made by Bert Wood, Mr. llurton respondlng. Mr. Horton llnlsh ed work ln the prlntlng olllce at that tlme, having been chosen as phvslcal dlrec tor of the V. M. C. A. ln Saratoga. N. V. Mr. and Mrs. Horton and son went to New York Wednesday to vlslt untll Monday wlth Mr. Horton's slster, Mrs. Di'nsmore. They wlll go from there to Saratoga next Monday and Mr. Horton will begln hls new dulles Tuesday. Companv 1, Vermont N'atlonal Guard, has been notllled by J. G. Ullery to va cate the rooms occupled as the com pany headquarters. The two rooms oc cupled by the company and the room In the southea.st corner of the same lloor will be occupled by F. I.. Houghton. soo rutary of tho Holsleln-Frleslan Assocla tlon of Amerlcu, who wlll movu hls business otllees from Putney. Mr. Ul lery is movlng hls edltorlal olllce of tho New Kngland Farmer to the mlddlo and north rooms formerly occupled by the Cathollc I'nlon. on the same lloor wlth Mr. Houghton. Both company I and the Cathollc I'nlon are looklng for new quar ters. Sudden Death of Mrs. Harry Rowe. Wlthout the sllghtest premonltlon Mrs. Hairy Howe, 51!, was strloken wlth heart dlsea,e at her home on Canal street Sun day mornlng and dled before her husband, who was In an adjoinlng room could reaeh her. Mr. and Mrs. Howe hud planned to go out of town on a mornlng traln for a vlslt and ariae early to prepare for the trlp. White they were gettlng reudy Mr. Itowe was startled by the sound of somo one falllng to the lloor. He went qulck ly to the room occupled by Mrs. Howe. Sh" was lylng on the lloor. and he was powerless to ald her, death having been instantaneous. Mrs. Howe was born In Barnard, Jan. 1. lslj. Her malden name was Kmma K. Cox. At the age of 10 years she went to Bethel, where she was marrled to Mr. Howe In 1C3. Five years later they camo to Brattleboro and had llved here alnce then, Mr. Howe belng employed 21 years by the Kstey Organ company and for the past several years belng engaged ln dependently In tho plumblng buslness. Durlng her resldence In Brattleboro Mrs. Houe took nn actlve and promlnent part ln soclal llfo among women and was Identitled wlth several organlzutlons, whose mernbers valued her counsel and apprirlated her efforts. For two years she held the posltlon of raatron of Blng ham chapter, Order of Kastern Star. and she had been u inember of tlio l.oard of manugement of the Brattleboro chap ter, Daughtors of the Amerlcan Hovolu tlon, and was a inember of tho Vermont w.clety of Colontal Dames and of the Knlghts and Ladles of Honor. She was deeply Interested In the welfaro of the Fnlversallst church, of which she was also a member, By all by whom sho was known, she was regarded as a woman of strong character and held In hlgh re gard. Besldes her husband she la survlv ed by four slsters nnd two brothcrs; Mrs. J. T. Hoyce of East Putney, Mrs Kdna Archer of East Bethel, Mrs. Esther Cox of Saratoga, Mlnn., Mrs. Georgo Wheelock of St. Charles, Mlnn., George Cox of Sara toga, Mlnn., and Orrln E. Cox of Keattle, Wnsh. The funeral was held at the house at 2 o'clock Tuesday, Hev. H. K. Marvln of tho Unlversallst church olll clatlng. Tho burlal was In Mornlngslde cemotery. The Viearers were F. H. Vnughan. 11, E. Taylor, W, II, Vlnton, O. E. Ilandall, S. 11. Farr and S. W. Edwards, Menilx-r- of the Excht-quer wlll have a tleld day Saturday afternoon at " Kver Hest Park." The aalr of the resrved seat tlcket" for Iiavld Harum wlll opn next Tuesday nlKht at the bnx olllce. Dennls I'.elwkah lodge wlll obwrve do natlon nlght for the Home at thelr meet lng next Tuesday evening. Hev. A. C. Ferrln of Sprlngfleld, thl state. will preach In the Congregatlonal church next Sunday mornlng. Mr. I.. U. Taylor cntertatned a numlter of young people at a corn roast on the Wilder farm Friday evening. Klghteen mernbers were Inltlated at the regular meetlng of th Garment Workers" unlon held In Grand Arm hall Monday eenlnp. The meetlng of the ladles' clrcle and the harvest supper at the L'nlversallst church, p.itp.ined from Oct. 8, wlll be held Thurs- la. J. t. 15. Sjpper wlll be served at b 11 The Flrst Hefriment band recelved noti llcitli.n not to come to Marlboro. N". II., to the hremen's parade. owlng to the storm. The or'hestra wlll play at the Hall In Marlboro thls evening. The Vermont Wheel club voted Tues day evening to approprtate 125 out of the prueeedi of the base lll sasi.n toward st,.rtlng a town foot ball tenm. The Y. M f A nnd the C'athllc I'nlon htlve bteti asked to euch make a slmllar a proprlatlon. ' E. Allen Is gatherlng now. from pot grown lants in hls greenhouses. some as fine strnwberrles as have ever Iwen seen ln the Brattleboro market. He has plcked IH. qunrts from 75 plants the past week. .ind wlll plck as many more In the next t. n duys. Two quarts of these berrles ln .Mr Allen s Valley Fair exhlblt attracted unu-iiH attention The l-rrle are very l.irge and of the Hne-t color and llaor A publ.v in.tall.ition of odlcers of Fort Immmer Colnny of Pllgrlm Fathers wus held Tueday evening, when a good num-l-r of visltors were present. iJeputy riupri me Governor Garrity of Malden. Mass.. intalled the olllcers, Mrs. Oarrity actli.g as deputy supreme sergeunt-at-irtn. Ex-Suprme Governor J. Alblon Brlggs of Somervllle, Mass., made an ad dress. Hefreshments were served. Six " glrls " some of whom had not met fr 25 years, were entertained by Mrs. F. K. Perry Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs Kmma Copeland Tyrrell of Glovers lllf. N. V. They all tiegan attendlng hool In the Washlngton-street srhool hoje. and thelr flrst teacher, Mrs. G. F. Barber. was present wlth them, also thelr second teacher. Mrs. G. I.. Clary of BufT.ilo, N". Y. Hefreshments were served and the afternoon was pleasantly l-nt talking over old tlrnes. The Woman's Auxlllary held thelr flrst meetlng after the summer -acatlon Tues day afternoon In the Y. M. C. A. rooms. Th'-re was a good attendance. The spe ilal feature of the meetlng was an excel lent paper on City .Mhislons " by Miss olive Slumway. Mrs F. K. Perry was elected setret.irv to till the vacancy i-aused by the remoa of Mr. G. C. Wll sun to K.ilamazoo. and plans for the wlnter's work wer talked over. The next meetlng wlll ! of seclal Interest. The FliTt Heglinent band never played better than at the Knlghts Templar fleld day In Claremont Wednesday. and never rereiwd grea'r rei ognltlon, both In the way of plaudlts and compllmentary wonls. Thi was part jrularly true at the i otu ert j;len In Claremont. when people on all sldes were aklng about the lnd and Its sololsts and glvlng pmle and en ihusiastlc appl.iuse to the several velec tlons. The Knlghts Templar and all the Niting people from Brattleboro were proud of the band. The brewery. accordlng to reliable In formutlon, wlll soon be dolng buslneos at the old st.ind. and the thlraty souls who seek surcease from orrow In fiery con coctlons and cool lKverages wlll soon march across the Connecticut rlver bridge a In days of yore. It ls underniood that llcenses were Issued by the New Ilamp shlre commlssloners last week. and that the are of three clase allowlng selling by the drlnk. by bottle or bulk In quan tltles less than tlve gallons. and the prMlege of bottllng and selling bottled beer and ale. Ilenry Goddard. teamstcr for I. W. Adams, awoke at hls home on the Island the mornlng after the Valley Fair and saw a mon standing over hlm. He was out of Im1 ln an lnstant and after n llvel tussle threw the stranger and dragged hlm down stalrs. He stayed wlth the man untll 7 o'clock. when he called In a bridge man whu was passlng the house. The bridge man remalned on guard whilo Mr. Goddard went for an olllctr. The eulprit was taken to Hlns dale, where he pleaded guilty to the charge of Intoxlcation and was flned J5 aml ciutttf, amoutlng to nlx.ut 113. He gave hls name as Wllllam McClay of Someriiet. Mrs. Amella Bllss IJavls. t;. wldow of John O.ivis. dled Friday after falllng In health for a perlod of over six months ln her enrly llfe Mrs. Davls llved In Hoyalston aml Worcester. Mass.. coming to IiraltlelK.ro pi years ago. She was em ployed for a long tlme In the BrattIelK.ro Hetreat, In dlfferent capacities. Mr. Da vls, who was a well known palnter. dled in I".). After that Mrs. Davls llved In 'roiby block untll. of her own volltlon. sne reiurneu to tne lletieat to spend her dechnlng days. Mrs Davls was Idontltled wlth the Flrst Baptist church about 40 years and was a member of the Woman's Ittllef corps. She ls survlved by a slster. Mrs. Nkena J. Green of Orange, and two brothcrs, F. J. Bllss of Hoyalston and E. M. Bllss of Worcester. She also leaves a htep-daughter. Mrs. Charles Slmonds of Cambrlilgeport. The funeral was held at the Baptist church at 2 o'clock Monda. Hev. George B. Ijiwson olliclatlng. There w is slnglng by a quartet. The burlal was in Pronpect llill cemetery. Blngham chapter, Order of Eastern Star. held a regular convocatlon Tuesday evening. Visltors were present from Claremont, South Strafford and Hlnhdale. Two eandld.ites were lnltlnted. The chapter voted to engage Charles C. Dun bar if Boston, maglc expert, to glve an exhlbjtion In maglc at the Audttorlum Tuesday evening. Nov. 10. the proceeds to be donated to tho fund which Is belng raised by Blngham chapter for " The Masonlcand Eastern Star Home" of Ver mont. Mr. Dunbar Is recommended highly by the press. wherever he appears, and has the unquallfled approval of the best crltlcs. He ranks wlth Keller and other grent maglelans, nnd hls vlslt here wlll be on the occaslon of a tour through New Hnmpshlre and Vermont. He has appeared In Kelth's theatre nnd muslc hall In Boston recently. Mr, Dunbar ls well known throughout thls sectlon, hav ing traveled here many years. IIo Is a paet mnster In the buslness. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured w-lth loval apiillcatlons, ns they cannot rcach theseatortliodiM;a;. Catarrh Is a blood or coiintitiitlonal illseni, and In onicr to curo it you inut take imcrnal remedles. IIull's Catari h Cure ls taken Inlernally, andactsdl rectly on tho blood and mucoua surfnct. Ilallsratari'ht'urcis not a qnack medlolno, It was pr-scriU-l by one of the best phyeielans in thi country for jears aml Is a regular prc Kcriptlou. It is coimiosed of the Isjst toiilcs known. comblned wlth thuliut blood purltlere. actlrm dlivctlv nn tne iiiiici.ik aiirrnw ti,,. perlect coiiibinutlon of the two ingrudlents la what prodiucssiich wmiilerful results lu cur Ing Catnrrh. Send for tctiinonlals freo. K. .1. CIIKNKY A: CO., I'ros.. Toledo, O. Sold by drugffit. prlco 7.'. cents, Ilall's ramlly I'lllsaru the U-st. Tho Royal Month and the Royal Dls easo. Sudden changes of weatlier are csix-clally trymg, aml proliably to nono niiuo so than to thohciolidousand corisiiiuiitUc. Tho progress ofpciolula durlng a norinul Oelolr Is coni. iiionly Kicat. Wo never lliiuk of sorofiila-lls liunches. culnneousfruiitlons, nnd wastlngor the bodily fculMlaiico -wllhout thlnking of tho jrit-ut good maiiyiiircrersfriniit lnuodurlvti) Iroiu llood's SarsHpurillu, whose radlcal and puniianent curus of thls ouudlsea$oititcnough to iiiiiko It tho most fninotis medlelno lu tho world. 'I hero is proliably not a clty or town whero llood's Sareaparilla has not prove.1 its mcrit lu nioio hona-s than one, In ariestlng undcnuipletelycradlcatliig ecrofulu, which Is almost as tcrlous and as much to bo ft nred as Its near rclativo-consiirnptlon. OCTOBER BRIDES. Stafford Knlght. Surrounded by relativc and nelghbors to the nutnber of about 6". Dana Ilamll ton Stafford and Miss Florence May Knlght were marrled yeslerday at the home of the brlde's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer W Knlght of Pearl street. Hev. Keienold K Marvln. pastor of the l'nlversallst church and a nersonal fiiend of Mr. Stafford. performed the ren-mony at 1 oVlock. At that hour. as the brldal march from Ijohengrln was played by Fred C I.eltlnger. the brlde and brldegroom appeared at the top of the stairway. the onlv ny of sunshlne durlng the day np to that tlme falllng full on the brlde face It was a slngu lar clrcumstance and one which the frlends of the ynjn? couple belleve be tokens a brlght and happy future. L'nattended. the brlde and brldegroom went down the stairway nnd Into the par If.r. where they were met by the mlnls ter. who conducted the weddlng servlce In front of a beautlful canopy of laurel and crimson dahllas. Inked solldly wlth aututnn-tlnted hdrangeas. The stalr c.ise was trlmmed wlth asparagu. laurel and dahllas and bouquets of cut flowers were placed alKiut the rooms. The brlde's dres was French lawn made over lace and satln bnnds. and was trlmmed 1th Irlsh appllque. Mr. l.eltlnger played softly durlng the ceremony. and ren dereil Mendelssohn's weddlng manch as Mr. and Mrs. Stafford recelved the con gratulatlons of thelr guests. Hefresh ments of ce iream, cake and coffee were ervsl. The uher were Harry and George Knlght. brothers of the brlde. Among the guests were Mr and Mrs. O. It. Wash burn and wn f New York cltv. Mrs. Martha Tjler of Vertmn. F. I... Tyler of Northlield. Mass., Mrs Jane E. Cale and Mr and Mrs John E Gale of Guilford, and Mrs S E. K. Prlest and Miss Ilattle Klng of Vt Br.i ttlelx.ro. Mr. aml Mrs. Stafford recelved a large number of hand some glfts. Includlng furnlture, chlna, sllverware. etc Mrs. Stafford alwavs has llved on Pearl street and Mr. Stafford always has been a resldent of Brattleboro. They nre young people if excellent character and have the esteem of all by whom thev are known. Mr. Stafford is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G Stafford and Is one of the proprletors of the Slgnal IIIU farm, carrled on under the name of J. G. Staf ford & Sons. Mr. and Mrs. .1. G Staf ford and son. Islle, are movlng to thelr new house near the O. U. Mlner farm. leavlng th" homestend vacant, to lw oc cupled by Mr. and Mrs. Dana II. Stafford after thelr return from thelr weddlng trip. They wlll be at home after Nov. 1. Thompson Howe. Alfred Slate Thompson and Miss Flor ence Ellza Howe were marrled at noon on Wednesday. On arcount of the Illness of the grootn's mother. which conHnes her to her own home. the weddlng took place at the home of Mr. Thompson's parents, Mr and Mrs II. II. Thomion. on North Maln street. Only the famllies of the brlde and groom and a. few lntl rnate frlends from out of town were present. The parlor, In which the wed din party assembled. was banked wlth ludrangeas, roses and chrysanthemums. Hev. II H. Mlles twrformed the cere mon. uslng the double rlng servlce. The brlde wore a dress of llght tan alba tros owr sllk of the same shade. trlmmed wlth lace medallions. She car rled a shower tuquet of brlde roses. and was uuattended save by Miss Dor othy S.-hivenk. aged three years, who acted as rlng bearer. Followlng the cere mony and congratulattons a weddlng breakfast was servd. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left by carrlage. There are no cards. and after an abence of n few days they wlll I) at home to thelr frlends at thelr rooms, II North Maln street The weddlng day was th? brlde's blrthday. There were mnny beautlful weddlng glfts. The out-of-town guests wre Mrs. II. o. Coolidge and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Hodenbush of Keene. N. II.. Mrs. Walter Habbllt of Merlden. Conn., and Mr-. Harrls and Miss Harrls of New Brltaln. Conn. The brlde and groom were both mem b,"rs of the BrattlelKiro Hlgh school class of W5 The brlde ls the only chlld of Mrs. Ktta F. Howe of South Maln street. The groom ls the only chlld of Mr. and Mrs. Henry II. Thompson. Slnce leavlng school he has been wlth hls fatner In the long-establlshed Jew- Iry and watch-making buslness to whleh II. II. Thompson succeeded on the death of hls fathcr und of hls partner, Bethuel Hanger. Petitions to Reinstate Llcenses. . v iiuu.i.i iu nr iKmiu in iii:ene com- i missioners nave neen circuiatel thls week In favor of I J. Strong. proprle tor "of tho Melrose house. nnd T. Frank Turner, proprletor of the Amerlcan House. asklng that the mntter of the revocatlon of thelr llcenses be reopened nnd that thelr llcenses be relnstnted. In Mr. Strong's case tho petltlon stntes that It Is the bellef of the slgners that Mr. Strong dld not knowingly vlolate nny of the provlslons of the law, that whatever llquor w-as sold to mlnors was sold un der the hcnest bellef that they were of full age. that he has run a clean nnd respectable houe, hns honestly en ileavored to conduet lt accordlng to law. and that if hls llcense ls relnstnted he wlll conduet it so that there will be no complalnt In the future, Mr. Turner's petltlon is sul.stantlally the same, ex cept that It Is worded dlfferently, nnd states In nddltion that he was led to !. lleve by an attorney and by the llcene commUsloners that In cn.-es of doubt the asklng of young men In rcgnrd to thelr ag" would be suttleient prccau tlon. Mr. Putnnm. chalrman of the board of commissloners, ls expected home today. The petitions probably wlll be submltti'd wiihln a short tlme. The Suzanne Adams Concert. A full house greeted Suzanne Adams and her concert kompany In the Audl lorluin Wednesday ivenlng, when the llrst entertnlnment In the Y. M. C. A. Star course wus glven. The make-up of the company was as advertlsed, with one exc.-ptlon. Walter A. Pyck, plnnlst. was not present and hls place was taken by Andre Benolst. Mr. Benolst played one solo and the accompanlments to the other numbers, but he was exeused from playlng the Haphsodlu Hongrolse, by I.lszt. Mr. Stern announclng thnt he was extremely tlred. As a matter of fact he was broken up over serlous Illness ln hls famlly. Mr. Benolst played exceedlng ly well, and lt was a dlsappolntment not to hear the Llszt Raphsodle, which Is a favoiite solo plece, both wlth nrtlsts and audlences. Madame Adams nnd Mr. Stern gave an extra number on thls nc count. It may bo well to state here n fact which was known to but very few ln the nudlence. that Suzanne Adams is the wlfe of I.eo Stern. Probably the op portunlty will not come agnln soon when two artlsts of such ablllty may 1k hcard In Brattleboro at the same tlme. As a vocnllst Madame Adams Is a marvel.' Her entry Into the fleld of grand opera was of comparatlvely recent date, but she ls al ready In the front rank. Of her work Wednesday evening It Is sulllclent to voice the great satlsfactlon of everyone pres ent. Mr. Stern, who Is one of the lead Ing 'celllsts In the country, played with exqulslte melody and delleacy, nnd the faelllty with whtch he executed the dlftl cult passages exclted the admlratlon of hls hearers. George Crampton, the bass, sang In n mclodlous, cantnbllo style, was expresslve to a great degree, nnd gave the audlence genulne plcasure, but hls selectlons dld no( glvo hlm nn oiijKjrtunity to dlsplay hls lower reglster, for which many wero waltlng expectantly. John Shuler, aged ,7?. one of the most highly respected cittzens of Hughesvllle, Penn., ls nn ardent student of the Blble. He has read lt through, from Genesls to Revelatlons, 13 llmes, and soon wlll havo made It 41 tlmes. WE8T BRATTLEBORO. The flre department Is puttlng In a new reervolr on the common. Alonzn Stowe Is addlng a plazza to the front nnd sldc of hls house. Miss Fannle Stellman Is In I-ynn. Mass., rerelvlns medlcal treatment. Hoy Flsher entered Cushlng Acndemy, Ahbumham. .Mass.. thls week. Mrs. II. M. Wilder returned thls week from a vlslt In Glens Fmlls, N. Y. Miss Ilattle Clark was chosen delegate to the Cnrlstlan Endeavor conventlon In Barre. Dr. Mlller took Ouy Thayer Thursday to New York for an operntlon for np pendlcltls. Mrs. B. H. Cook of West Dover ls at Mrs. Evans s vlsitlng her daughter, Miss l.ela Cook Mrs. I,. H. Bartlett. Miss Marta Sted man and Mrs. E. B. Flsher are vlsltlng In Pittsford Mrs. Joel Knapp and her mother. Mrs. Hlchardson. have returned to thelr home In Koxbury, Mass. Miss Carolyn Clark has been In Bos ton thls week to attend the weddlng of her cousln. Miss Alys Putnam. She re turned yesterday. Harry H. Horton and famlly went thls week to Saratoga, N. Y. Thelr tenemenr wlll b occupled by Mr. Houghton of Chesterfleia, N. II. Hev. I.. M. Keneston preached In Bald winsvlll. Mas., last Sunday, and Hev. Henry Goodhue supplled the pulptt of the Congregatlonal church ln thls place. Dr. Hunter's mother, who has been wlth hlm several weeks, returned to her home ln Illlon. N. Y., lat week. Dr. Hunter Is boarding wlth Mrs. Helen Mll ler Mrs. Parah Howard ls sllll sufferlng Iromn Injury recelved a week ago. when she was thrown from a carrlage which was run Into by a trolley car near the Melrose hotel. CHURCH AND FRATERNITY. Hepairs have been completed on the reserrolr on the common and lt Is now ln much better condltlon than eer before. II. S. Flsher, who ls at work for I'el lett Brothers on the Home for Aged and Dlsabled has gone to Worcester to get out mantles for the home. Tirst Baptist church. George B. Law son mlnlster. Mornlng servlce at 10.J0. evening at 7. Preachlng bv the pastor. Blble sdhool 12 m. Vnltarlan church. Hev. E. Q. S. Os good pastor. Servlce every Sunday at 10.30. Sunday school at 11.45. Thcme for next Sunday. "An Old Testament Idyl." All are welcome. Mrs. E. M. Goodenough has been eon flned to the bed two weeks wlth fever and compllcatlons. Her mother, Mrs. F. H. Hobson of Bellows Falls, was wlth her a part of thls week. A meetlng of the W. C. T. V. w-as held at the Y. M. C. A. rooms yesterday after noon. There will be a meetlng as usual next week on Thursday at 3 o'clot k. even though the state conventlon wlll be In session at that tlme. l'nlversallst -hurch. Heignold K. Mar vln. mlnlster Mornlng worship at 10.30 o'clock, wlth sermon for old and young. SubjVct. " Ploneers of I.ind, Seu and Heaven." Sunday school nt 11.45 a. m. Senlor I'nlon at 7 p. m. All are welcome. At the Adventlst Chrlstlan church: prayer meetlng at 10.43 a. m.. Sunday school at noon, preachlng at 1.30 and 7 p. m. by Elder I- D. Buro of North Adams, I-oyal Workers at 0 p. m. Thurs day evening prayer meetlng at 7.30. All are cordlally Invlted. Chrl'tlan Sclence servlce" In Market block Sunday at 10.43 a. m.. subjecf. " Doctrlne of Atonement." Text, Ephe slans 2:15. Testlmonal meetlng Welnes day at 7 p. m. Iteadlng room open Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday from 2 to 5 p m. The public always welcome. Bitten By Venemous Insect. Mrs Harrlet A. Glbson. who llves in odd Fellows building. was bitten on htr left slde Saturday mornlng by ;i venom ous Insect nnd at Intervals ever slnce then has endured scvere paln. Mrs. Glb son put on a set of heavy undcrclothing. which she took from n trunk where lt had been stored all summer. Soon after wards she rxprlenceil a sharp paln in her left slde. She thought she "nad an attack of heart disease and so cnlled her daughter. Miss Pearl Glbson, and at the same tlme put her hand on her slde. As she dld so she had another severe paln a few Inches lielow the flrst. She and her daughter removed her clothlng is soon as posslble and a flnt Insect having nu merous legs and n icrooked benk and cov ered wlth brown and white spots fell to the floor. A physlclan who was sent for at once found four places where Mrs. Glbson had been bitten. He gavo her a stltnulant and had nntlseptlcs applled all day. The paln kept up and by nlght Mrs. Glbson's slde and arm were swollen. The swelling has now disappeared, but the paln contlnues. No serlous results are antlclinted, as prompt treatment was obtnlned. The Insect was caught and stnt to the Insectnry at Amherst Collego by Mrs. Jennle B. Powers, who formerly collected n large number of Insects for that instltution. She has not yet recelved a reply ln regard to the nature of the In sect. Mrs. G. II. Smllh will have her fall mll llnery openlng Saturday and Mondav. Oct. 10 and 12. The Sunshlne Bulletln. the offlclal or gan of- tho Sunshlne soclety, contains the followlng In the Octobcr numler: "Vermont has mnde grent headway slnce Mrs. J. J. Estey took the presldency. Her support hns grently encouraged not only the organizers, but the Indlvldual mern bers of the state." The local etvil servlce board hns post ed notlces of an examlnnton which ls Ilkely to be of Interest to many. It an nuunces that tho clvll servlce commts slon hns Just recelved a call from the Phllippine government for 130 malc teachers, with salarles as follows: 23 at J12il; 70 at 1105, nnd 53 at 900 per an num. It ls deslred to secure thcse teach ers wlthout unnecessary dclay, nnd an exnmlnatlon wlll bo held on October 19-20 In Montpelier. Rutland, St. John bury, Boston. Sprlngfleld, Mass., and Greenfleld. The announcement states that peaee has been establlshed ln the Phlllpidnes and the condltlons of llving nre Improvlng every month, Thls ex nmlnatlon, thercfore, nffords an oppor tunlty for young mcn to cntcr nn at tractlve servlce which offers excellent opportunitles for promotlon. Teachers appolnted nre ellglble for promotlon to the hlgher grades In the Fervlca, the salarles ranglng from J900 to J2000 for teacher? and from J1500 to J2500 for dl vislon superlnte-ndents. Tho commls slon suggests that thoso who apply for thls cxaminatlon should be devoted to thelr profession and consclentlous, en ergetlc, and suceessful workers. Infor matlon may be had at tho post offlce. Davld Harum, Coming Friday, Oct. 16. Jipii! Fined for Assaulting Hls Wlfe. Leonard II. Held of thls clty was ron lcted on a charge of assnult and bnttery preferred by hls wlfe, Mlnnle A. Held, and a llne of fp Imposed. The assault was commltted Sept. ' aml Held left the clty at once. golng to Brattleboro, Vt. He returned Sunday and was arrested. The evldence glven by Mrs. Held and Mrs. Emmn L. Brown. nelghbor, was, In fact. that Held returnlng home at 5.30 o'clock In the afternoon, choked hls wlfe, threw her back agalnst the slnk and struck her brutally ln the face wlth hls clenched flst. ilrs. Brown was nlso struck. whlle trylng to separate the two. Held advanced no defense other than to say he was drunk and could not remem ber what he dld. Sprlngfleld I'nlon of Wednesday. Miss Susan Clark, Presldent. The State Federatlon of Woman's clubs at St. Johnsbury yesterday elected the followlng olfccrs: Presldent, Miss Susan Clark of Brattleboro; vlce presldent, Mts. W. P. Stafford. of St. Johnsbury; recordlng secretary. Miss Mlnnle Halnes, of Waterbury; federatlon secretary, Miss Della M. Needham. of Rutland; treasurer. Mrs. Joseph Arms. of Bellows Falls; au dltor, Miss Ellza Isham. of Barre. Miss Clark was chosen one of the delegates and Mrs. C. H. Thompson one of the al ternates to the Natlonal conventlon to be held In St. I-ouls. Close of Chrlstlan Endeavor Convent tloh. The flnal adjournment of the State Chrlstlan Endeavor conventlon at Barre occurred at 11.30 yesterday. The prlncl pal bulnes of the forenoon was the electlon of orllcers which resulted as fol lows: Presldent. E. G. Osgood. Bellows Falls: secretary. Miss Jlelen ls. Graves, St. Johnsbury Center: treasurer, F. W. Perry, Barre: sueprlntendent of junlor work. Miss Mary W. Ellls. Sprlngfleld: asslstant superlntendent of Junlor work. Mrs. I.lzzle A. Plerce. Westminster; ex curslon manager. G. II. Woodruff, Barre. Miss Florence Hemenway of Brattletwro was chosen one of the vlce presldents. The place of next meetlng was not select ed. The conventlon recorded Itself In favor of employlng a fleld secretary for work ln the state. The annual meetlng of the Audubon i soclety wlll be held next Monday evening at the home of Mrs. F. K. Ilarrows at 7.30 o'clock. The bmln'ess will be electlon of olllcers. and as some of the present olllcers Intend to complete thelr term of servlce at that tlme It i hoped that there , may be a large attendunce ln order that I there may be a full expresslon of pref ! erence ln regard to thelr successors. I The wlnter time table on the Boston & Malne and Central Vermont rallroads will go Into effect Sunday noon. The southbound traln at 9.10 will leave at 9.03. The 10.15 traln will run to Millers Falls and return. making the South Vernorf and Mlllers Falls connectlons. lnstead of runnlng through to New Iondon. A mail i traln will gu south at 2.27. taklng the place of the one which now ariives at 1 40 and leaves at 3 05. The C o'clock traln north In the mornlng will be taken off. An acvommodation traln will run north at 2.27. taklng the place of the 2.23 White Moutalrt traln The Sunday mornlng traln wlll go north at 7.30 lnstead of 7.44, and wlll return at 3.54 lnstead of 4.19. All other tralns will run as usual. Twelve mlnlsters were present at the regular meetlng of the Windham County Assoclntion of Congregatlonal Mlnlsters In the Brooks House Monday. Hev. G. E. Woodmun of Wilmington was modera tor. The buslness conslsted of tne recep tlon of Hev. Mr. Davles of Newfane, the dlsmlsal of Hev. C. O. Day to the An dover assoclation. and the d!smlsal of Hev. H. E. Danforth. formerly of New fane, to the a.clatlon in Essex county. N. Y. The program conslsted of a re vlew of the book of Jonah by Hev. H. H. Mlles, a paper on " I.lturglcs " by Hev. G. II. DeBevoise of Westminster and a paier on " Prnblems In Church Work " by Hev. Mr. Baker of Townshend. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Dunham of West Parls, Malne, are vlsiting relath'es ln Brattleboro. Vlctor S. Reed of Woodsvllle, N. H., will Is'gln hls dutles as secretary of the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow., Mrs. Ann Brooks started today for her home In Penn Ynn. N. Y.. after spendlng the summer In Brattleboro. Hev. and Mrs. Henry A. Goodhue of Westminster West expect to come to Brattleboro to llve next week. Col. H. E. Taylor went to Rutland yes terday to attend the annual meetlng of the Vermont Offlcers' Reunlcn soclety. Mrs. G. ls. Dunham and daughter. Eve lyn. started today for Phlladelphla to spend two weeks wlth Mrs. Dunham's slster. Mr. and Mrs. Mllls and the Mlsses Mills of NnugattT.-k, Conn.. are vlsiting ln town whlle en route from the White Mountains to thelr home. Mrs. James Conland and son, Harry, wlll spend the wlnter at Mrs. F. H. Farr's. They will vacate the house on Walnut street, recently sold to Carl nevt wtk. Moving ln a Mysterious Way. Thls nnecdote of Thaddeus Stevens, the ereat Pennsylvanla congressman, and a rock of reliance for the L'nlon cause ln the days of the rebelllon. Is from the Na tlonal Magazlne for October: Whlle spendlng an afternoon at Pen dlcton's game the year before the war, by one of those wonderful streaks of luck which touch n gamester not twice in a Ufetlme. Stevens won a thousand dollars on a J50 stake. At mldnlght. as he left the faro nnlnce fifter n iamnin . 1 and a bottle of Hoederer, he was accosted 1 by a plethorlc negro preacher, who had , come all the way from I-ancaster to so liclt a subscrlptinn to put a roof on the j " Zion Macedonia church," near old inaus nome. 1 ne negro preacher np proaehed hlm tlmldly, saylng: " Boss Stevens. kaln't yer glb somethlng to de Lawd and our church?" "Yes." sald old Thad; "I llke the se curlty and will down with the cash." He handed hlirf a hundred-dollar blll and slowiy walked toward the carrlage which wns to convey hlm to Capltol IIIU. The colored dominle hastlly glanced at the blll under the gas lamp and saw lt was a hundred-dollar greenback. " 'Fore de Lawd, boss," he sald as he plucked hlm by the coat, " you hab made a mlstake and glb me a hundred-dollar blll for a ten." "Take It. my frlend." sald Stevens, sententlously. I have heard lt sald that God mnves (n n i . , .. . , . . . , - . ... tiijoicuuua uy ilis rwonders to perform.' " Too Sllly to Conslder. tSprlngfleld Republlcan, October 9. The clrculatlon at Brattleboro of a pe tltlon aiklng the llcense commissloners of that town to reconslder thelr actlon in revoklng the llcenses of two places ls singularly lll-advlsed. The commisslon ers actlon, concernlng whiuh not a breath or susplcion was heard, called forth a ehorus of commendatlon from many of the law-abldlng cltlzens and papers of the state. The Brattleboro board was held up as an example to some of the weak kneed brethren. Now to havo cltlzens of thelr own town vlrtually dlscredlt thelr actlon by asklng them to reconslder thelr declslon Is dlscouraglng to the last de Bree, If the petltlon ls belng slgned by men whos,e namesadd any welght to such a request. The ground taken by the pe tltloners is that there was no Intentlon on tho part of the Hcensees to sell to mlnors, the ngcs of the boys belng mls represented to them. Thls klnd of a dldn t know It was loaded" excuse ls too sllly lo conslder. Tho fewer cltlzens who slgn thls appeal the better lt wlll be for the reputatlon of the Vermont town. UnUss the temper of the board has been sadly mlsjudged. the petltloners wlll bl glven leave to wlthdraw. THE LATE NEWS. Boston Won Yesterday. tloston tat ttttsburg tJ-'i r, gnme of the world's champl at Plttsburg yesterday. E' l. now won three games. 310,000 Flre Loss at Brlsto1 The maln shop of the B Novelty Work was burnd the flre startlng r.ear the J, furnltire and safe In th . rT saved. The loss Is estlmated t- with tv lnsurance. About p. thrown out of employment. The War Cloud In the Far East The war cloud In the far Ei portentlous than ever, and toda harbor of Man-San-Pho, th- ". Japan and Hussla face ear-h Czar having ordered 90 shlp fr r. Arthur to that place. Rusian -parently " called the bluff n. Japan when she ordered troops t . K wlth the tmpllexi threat to u Hussla dld not get out of r'hi- , Japan must acqulesce or flght day was the day set by Hu,i -evacuatlon of Manchuria. Chir.A -yesterday a treaty with the Statea, provldlng for the oper.ir.t; ' rich proince of Manchuria t : trade. Veteran Officers In Rutland. The 40th annual meetlng of the v Olllcers Heunlon Soclety brought . eran olllcers from all over th- - Rutland yesterday. At the bun-.- . ertng. G. G. Benedlct of Bnrllng chosen presldent; John A. Sh- . Rutland and J. A. Benedlct p vlce presldents: J. II. I.ucla 1 M ler. ecretary and treasurer. It w to hold the next meetlng In M durlng the sesslon of the legiM.it a date to be declded upon h tl mlttee. Col. Haskins of Brattleboro. th r presldent, preslded at the publi- n In the oiera house. at which ' l man D. J. Foster gave an ext-. . dres, In which he touched p-r'.' upon the negro questlon. At th- '.. at the Bardwell House ex-Gov. W responded to the toast. " Wr Congresiman Foster, to "The Mr -the Day": Col. J. H. Gnuldi-g mlngton. to ' Oar Dead", ''j; Mansur ol Derby Llne. to " T e v of lv6i," and Senator Prt?tor d.- - "Our New Possesslons. His d. rl.r that the nature of all people w,,.a to govern themselves and r. .t -glance acrosra n so wa.s ree..e. -, applause. II. R. Dorr of Rjt.-:, : - an orlglnal poem, " The Iron S' ir there were muslcal selectluns of i tary nature. Windham County's Oldest Man. Proper Morrls of Bartonsville brated last week the 10Id annlv-rs hls blrth. Untll recently Mr M rr -Joyed the best of health. A sh rr ago. however. he suffered a Migh' and slnce that tlme has been l-.j.'. tnke hls customary dally wj.k ! Morrls was born ln Bertlna. Ca-.j.j, H was one of a famlly of 13 chlldre wus one of a set of tiiplets. uf w there were three. and two palrs of In the famlly. Mrs. Morrls was untll three years ago. dylng in h-r year. Seventeen children wer- - them. nlne boys and elght glrls. ? whom are llving: Mrs. Sarah M .r-. 1 E. H. Morrls of Chester, Frank f v.'. 5 . minster. Sabin of Grafton, Wslhin- f Burlington. Lewis and Mrs M ' ' ! Rhoades of Rockingham. Mr M - 5 has 53 grandchlldren nnd 17 gr- .l-c children. He llves wtlh one of - - -In Barlonsvllle. WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H. Thls cnmmnulty was mach - - -and saddened to learn of the su.i on Sept. 2S of Alonzo P. Ri.-har :s his home Just over the town : Westmoreland. Mr. Richardson about his farm work as usu.il !. -v-day. with the addltlon of ass.st 1 ,- hired man to do some needed s- near the bulldlngs that afterno.ir, A . -feeling a severe pain In hls he m w -he was subject to most of the t rr.e f the past ten years, he started t . g the house and when seated In h. dled almost lnstantly wlthout a s'r The funeral was held from the 1 Friday mornlng and the bur.al w -the famlly lot In the West eemcter. K- C. E. Hayward of Putney .ffi . ? Three selectlons were sung h re: Shelley of Putney. Mr. Rlchards s ' was spent for the most part a.s 1 and most suceessful coffer dam I . ' and he was known and employed 1 ir . near. but for the past few years tus w - was mostly In the state of Mai-e H : last work of thls klnd was flnlshed two weeks ago ln Keene. He w s member of the local Orange and a '?i tlful floral wreath with the letters r H. worked ln was placed upon 1: s ket by the mernbers as thelr last f of respect for thelr deceased bri.t!.' NEW HAMPSHIRE NOTES. Dallas M. Pollard, 59. o( Keene ted sulclde by drownlng Tuesda S 29. Mr. Pollard had been sufferlng creeplng paralysls for the rast 1. years, becomlng more and more he He had been on the street as us . . Ing the afternoon wlth rriends. .i before 4 o'clock he left them ar l at once to the East branch. w! r. deed was commltted. Mr. Po'i..! ' for a number of years a very s.: wholesale and retall grocery men ' that clty. Piayed Bumblepuppy. The late Marquls of Salisbury u?'J very fond of whist, which he plaji -exiceptional sklll. Naturally. tn-r it dlsgusted hlm to bo placed wttr. . partner, and, when he had a bad . 1 ner. many were the comments. 1 . Ing as acid, which in hls qulet v would make UKn the Iatters fa..: - At a house party ln Devonshire :. Salisbury one evening was playlng w lmpeded by a partner of unusual s' ity, whose play was mere bumble; Nevertheless, the two were carry 1: the honors. It almost seemed, s ' llant were Lord Sallsbury's play i they would win. In the mlddle of the game a woman paused beslde the noted S'-' man. She put her hand on hls s . shoulder, and she sald: " Well, how are you gettlng on"' " Very well Indeed," replied T Sallsbury, " conslderlng I have thrf versarles." rl Ml Stuffed Up That's tho condition of niany euffef rs from catarrh, espectally in the morn.ns; Great difllculty 13 experiencetl in el- tf ing tho licad and throat. Xo wonder catarrh causcs headac impnira tho taste, smell and lieun: . pollutea the brcath, deranRea tlie st' acli and afects tho appetite. To ctiro catarrli, treatment must ' ' constitutional alteratjve and toinc. "I was aHlIctcd wlth catarrh. I ' -medlclnes of dlfferent klnds, givini: a fair trlal; hut gradually crew wore u'.' 1 I could hardly hear, taste or sinell. I t! concluded to try llood's Sarsaparilln " 1 after taklng flve bottles I was cun'd ,u 1 havo not had nny return of tho di- slnce." El'GENE I'ordes, Ixbanon, K.i" Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures catarrh it soothes nntl strenptli ens tho mucous inembrauo and builJs up tho wholj aystetu. ( -4.