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TELE VERMONT PHCENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ER1DAY, OOTOBER 1(3, 1903.
THE PUTNEY COLUMN Mrs. Khvln ltendlc Is vlfltlnB In Cut tmK.svllle thls week. V L, lloughton stnrted Tuesday on u buincss trip to Syrncuse, N. Y. Mr nnd Mrs. Klwln Hcndtu were In Bel lows Knlla to attend the funeral of a rcl ntle. Mrs. K. S. MunRcr of Windsor 1ms boon n cuist of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Iangley thls week Tlic rendlns room has becn rcpalred thls w ek. Benlnnlnp; next week lt wlll lic opm every evenlntr. Mlss Ktta Wlllard of Cambridge, Mass., returned liome Saturday after vlsltlng her ancle. Warren Wlllard. Mrs. McNnlty, tttep-datightcr of Mrs. l.aur.i M. Plantz, wont Mondny to Urldfie port, Conn., to vlslt hcr sjster. Mrs. George M. Trendwny of Slieltcr Island, N. ., ls vlsltlng her son nnd wlfe, Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Trendwny Dwlght Wlllurd nnd llornee Iloberts at tended the rounlon of the Fourth Ver mont Reglment In Bellows Knlls Tues da Mlss Nettle I'lerce went Snturdny to Sprlnglleld, Mnss., 011 nccoimt of lllness ln the fnmlly of her brother, Hnglneer K. C I'lerce. The Audtibon soclety wlll meet wlth Mrs. W. S. Adnms Mondny evenlng. A l.irge nttendnnee Is deslred ns olllcers nill le elected. H. C. Wnrren hns the contrnct'for put tlng ln Keystone fentclng on the newly mnde rond to the depot nnd Is dolng n llrst-elass Job. The churchcs nre holdlng union ser vlces Sundny evenlngs for the present. Next Sundny's servlee wlll be In the Methodlst church. Mrs. Kllen ratterson, who Is TO years old todny, wlll entertnln n number of vlsltors from awny thls nfternoon, In cludlng her chlldren, membcrs of thelr famllles, nnd other relatlves. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young cnme Sat urday from Schenectndy, N. Y., to oc cupy the Stearns Clough place, whlch they recently boURht. Mrs. Clough nnd rtnlelgh wlll go soon to Mlnnenpolls to llve. The new lloor In the town hnll bulldlng hns been plnned, scrnied nnd pollshed thls week, nnd Is now In flne tcondltion. There Is talk of openlng the newly re- pnlred bulldlng wlth n firemnn's ball or some entcrtalnment. H. P. Furr wlll sell DO hend of cnttle, 10i) sheep nnd four horses by uuctlon next Frlday at 1 o'clork nt the brlck house stnbles ln Knst Putney, on the fnrm for merly ciccuplcd by hlm. C. P. Gllson wlll be the nuctloneer. J. W. Shelley nnd E. E. Knlght were wltnesses In the sult of II. C. Hacon, nd mlnlstrntor, ngalnst the Pennsylvnnla Casualty company. whlch wns trled ln the United Stntes court ln Rutland last week and the llrst of th's Wcck. The exterlor work on Capt. Robertson's paper mlll Is nenrly completed. The brlck work Is nenrly all dono and the roof ls 011. Some of the smaller pleces of ma- ehlnery have arrlved. The larger pleees wlll come during the next two weeks. The tlrst annual hnrvtst festlval of the Congregatlonal church wlll be held next Frlday evcnlng. There wlll be a harvest supper and a sale of contrlb- uted vegetnbles, frult. etc. Contrlbutlons nre sollclted. They wlll be sold by auc tion nfter the supper. A serlea of four addresses wlll be de llvered in the Congregntlonnl church, be- clnnlnc next Sunday mornlng, on the gen ernl theme: "Some thlngs the people of Putney should know about. . The top- Ics wlll bo: "Schools," "Churches, "Homes," and "Communlty." Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Kverleth went to Belchertown, Mass., Monday to nttend the fair and to vlslt Mrs. Everleth's brother. Robert Little, formerly a bnr ber In tlils town. ueoree uanyeau 01 Brattleboro hns becn runnlng Mr. Evcr leth's shop during hls absence. Frank Clnrk hns exchanged the I'ow ell bay horse thls week for n horse owned by n Mr. Whltcomb of Fltchburg, Mass. Ltveryman Blood has sold hls bay horse, Charlle, to Mr. Wright of Ashley, Mass. Hugh Crnwford hns sold a palr of llght drhing horses and a slngle drlver to n doctor ln Fltchburg. A. W. J. Wllklns has sold hls trottor, Wult-and-See, to go to Fltchburg. Tne fiuestlon has Iwen asked of C. W. Adnms thls week as to whether the Stow ell compnny lntend to move thelr fac tory farther down the brook to accommo date the locatlon of thelr new boller. Thls Is but one of the polnted questlons whlch have been propounded in a good natured way as the result ot a little mlsfortune that attended the locatlon of a 10-ton boller recently bought by the company. All day Frlday was spent getting the boll er from the truck on whlch it was drawn from the railroad to the spot selected for a power house. On Saturday, when the boller wns nearly ln posltlon, somethlng g.ive way, the boller started, the two lnch plunk used as a block was not suf llclent to stop It, nnd over nnd over It went down nn ensy incline several rods untll It struck a large tree and was stop pcd. Mr. Adams, who had mharge of the work, couldn't see anything funny in the hltuatlon, but naturally he had to stand the jcsts of those who could. The tree was all that saved the boller from golng lnto a brook and probably over n. dam. The boller was not damaged. EAST PUTNEY. Marlborough of Saxtons John Rlver vlslted hcre last week. George T. Aplln and W, E. Plerco were In Orford, N. II., TueMlay. The Iadles' unlon ald soclety will meet wlth Mrs. George Smlth next Wednesday nfternoon. Tlans for the annual fair aro belng made. Not Flnished Its Usefulness. Barre Tlmes. Wlth 25.UO0 In attcndance last week, the Valley fair at Brattleboro seems not to have llnlshed its usefulness yet. Where are those peoplo who have been croaklng over the alleged approachlng demlse of thls long estaldlshed instltutlon? One nfter unothcr of these ugrlcultural falrs nre llftlng up thelr heads in rldlcule of such an absurdlty as thelr belng on the waue. TRINITY OF EVILS. Cured by Dr. Kennedy's New Medlelno Afler Other Treatment Had Falled. Mr. jrartin Montgomery, o Silvnra, Penn., formerly of Koxbury, N. Y wiitiug to Dr. DaTid Kenuedy, of Kenuedy Ilow, Eaid: "Your NEW medicine, Cal-cura Solvent, la imraense. It cured mo of Hvor nnd kid ney troubles, nnd rheumntism, nfter a lot of weury dosing with thiuKS that did 110 good. It is a record brcaker oud ao mis. take." As in Mr. Montgoraery's case, rlieuma tism is ofteu, indeed almost nlways, com jdicated with kiduey aud Hvor troublo. It lsbcauso Cal-cura Solvent aets on tho kid neys and livcr aud nt tlie Batue time expels urxo acid from tlio blood, that it is such a reliable remedy for rheumntism and tho nt tcndant disorders. It cures by romoving tho causo, tlierefore, tho curo is permuueut, Riifn nml Rllrn. Write to the Cal-cura Company, Kennedy How, Kondout, . X., Jor iv tteo snmpio liottln. Itemcmber! Only ono Dr. Pnvid Ken nedy over llved m JtonUotit, uity ot niugs. ton N.Y.. and bo suro vou L'et his nnd latest medicine, whlch U sold only in 1.00 bottles. VERNON. Rev. F. W. Lewis wlll tircnch In tho t'nlon church next Sundny nt 2.30 p. m. Elder Wllllam A. Burch wlll tircnch nt the chnpel next Sundny nt 11 u. m. mib. ,. .lismorooK nns reiurneu to spcnd sevcriil weeks wlth her nlece, Mlss '.olla Johnson. Klljah Slebblns. sr.. of Fltchburg. Mass.. vlslted hls old home brclly last week, i. W. Campbell spent Saturday wlth hls fnmlly, nnd retumed to Bellows Knlls on Monday. Mlss Sylvlnn Whlthcd Is havlng the store nnd hotel property pnlnted, nnd otherwlse lmproved. Mlss Mnud Webstcr Is recovcrlnir rnn- Idly from n surglcal operatlon on hcr thront, performed last week by I)r. Oor- ham. Vernon Grnnge wlll hold 11 mcctlnc Sat urday evenlng, whcn the thlrd and fourth degrces wlll be couferred 011 n class of llve, to be followed by a buniiiiet. Nenrly 30 persons attended th Indles clrclo whlch met at the home of Mrs. W. A. bqtllrcs w ednesday aftemoon. An ex cellent Hiipper .vas servcd, the proceeds of whlch wlll be applled to the purchnso of dlshes for the clrcle. Mrs. Hobcrt Nes bltt nnd her puplls were present nnd gnve n vcry pleuslng muslcnl rogrnm. The nfternoon was much enjoycd. SOUTH VERNON. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Wnde rnme to the home of Mr. Wnde's p.irents Saturday. Mlss Sewell, teacher in No. r. spent Saturday and Sunday In Sprlngtleld. Mnss. Mr. Weaver of Sullleld. Conn.. was ln town last week to look over the tobacco crop. Mrs. Annlo Woodward retumed Satur day from n vlslt In Wllbraham, Mass. The state boy, who has been worklng for Charles Shny, took n sudden stnrt lnst week, nnd took Mr. Shny's pocket- book, contnlnlng severnl dollars. He wns found near Wlnchestcr vlllnge nnd retumed to Boston. CHESTERF1ELD. N. H. A. M. Gnncr Is serlonsly III wlth ty phold pneumonla. Mrs. Bamey Carey nnd chlld nre the guests of her parents. B. C. Thntchcr has been calllng upon relatlves In Waltham, Mass., thls week. Otls Butler has returned after n stay of several weeks wlth hls sons In Illns dale. Walter Butler has securcd the ervlccs of Mrs. Stevens as housckeeper for the wlnter. Invltntions are out for the wcddlng of Gladys Lllllan. daughter of Deputy Shcr Iff Warren II. Butler, nnd Uny A. Cham berl'iin of Redlands, Callf., the cvent to lake place at noon next Wednesday at the home of the brlde. Sewall F. Hugg wlll hold nn nuctlon nt hls resldence next Saturday, the 17th, to dlspose of a large iuantity ot goods preparatory to taklug up hls ri'Sldence In Boston. I.uclus Thatcher wlll be the auctloneer. WEST CHESTERFIELD, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. lloughton moved to Brattleboro last week. The Citlzens' club wlll meet Tuesduy nfternon wlth Mrs. II. G. Smlth. A rcgulnr Gratme mcetlng wlll be held Saturday evenlng, Oct. 17, at 7.30 o"clock. O. R. Farr's teams hnve been loadlng several cars at Uummcrston the past week. Charles Puffer nnd Nornian Colbum are the jurors drawn from thls town for the October term of court. Charles Wlnn has moved thls week lnto the house recently vncated by Jnmes W Amldon. Mr. Amldon has moved to Brattleboro. Charles Hill's brother, who has been vlsltlng hlm the past week, looked at several farms ln thls vlclnlty wlth a vicw to locating hcre near hls brother. PRAISE FOR VALLEY FAIR. Valley Fair In a Class by Itself. Bennington Banner and Reformer.J The Brattleboro fair last week was the greatest success In Its hlstory.whlle other falrs are failures or only nalf successes tho Brattleboro fair contlnues In a class by ltself and Is always a success. Strango tho managers of other falrs do not send 1 commlttee of lnvestlgatlon to Brattle boro. County and State Proud of the Brat tleboro Fair. Londonderry Slfter. The flno decoratlons dlsplaycd on Maln street, Brattleboro, and elsewhere in that beautlftil village, evldenced the success of the enterprlse, thrift and taste of its people In a marked degree. Windham county has a rlght to feel proud in the fact that It holds withln Its uorders village so marked by Intelllgence nnd thrift, volced In clenn streets, tasty resl- dences and grounds and flne buslness blocks. The state may well feel elatcd over the holdlng withln its uoruers town that can, yenr after year, maintnln a njir that draws people from all over New Kngland and elsewhere to the number of twenty thousand and more and not a faklr or gambler on tho grounds. The Pull Together Counts. White Rlver Junctlon I.andmark It is estimated that 25,000 peoplo attend ed tho Valley Fair at Brattleboro, on Wednesday nnd Thursday of last week In all Its departments the fair was pro nounced a wonderful success. The Phoenlx reveals the sccret of the great suceess that usually attends the Valley Fair ln tne followlng paragraph: "Brattleboro sklps Fourth of July, annlversarles, etc, and concentrates her efforts on the fair. Then all pull together and the result ls a fair, dlfferlng In its characterlstlcs and surpasslng in lls exrccllencles uny other fair In New Eng- land." Any fair to wln patronage must be backed up by a strong local support It must be conductcd on a strlctlv busl ness prlnciple, nnd be controlled by buslness men of ncknowlcdged problty and eapaclty. Wlth these two ftlctors the rebult wlll never be a fallure. Brat tleboro met these requlrements. Her citlzens all pulled together and the exam ple Is ono to be followed. The saine rulo holds to bulldlng up a village or clty Two or three men cannot do lt. Thero must be unlon of feellng nnd unlon o actlon. All must pull together. ASHUELOT, N. H. Mrs. C. W. Rawson has been serlously 111 several days. Ilugh Rheiidan's mills havo Iwen eipilp ped wlth electrlc llghts. Mrs. M. Qulgley ls entertainlng her iincle, Patrlck Qualters, of Bellows Falls, Albert M. Chaso of Everett, Wash was wlth hls slster, Mrs. F. Q, Ulcks, last week. A petltlon has becn forwarded to tho 11 censo commlssloncrs nsklng that a saloon llconso be grantcd to John J. Qualters. Mlsses Annle T. Douclas nnd Kuther Ine M. Turner have returned from a ten days' vlslt In Great ltarrington, Mnss, The unltme)y dcnth of Frnnk Kelleher nt Wlnchester Frlday was a sevoro shock to hls many frlcnds here. He luis been connected wlth tho place nbout 15 yeurs ns trnlner nt A. N. Klngsloy h stnlilcH He was qulet nnd unolitruslve, of pleas Ing manners and mnde frlends of those who met hlm. Mlss Kntherlne F. Con roy, George II. Perry nnd John Dlck Inson attended the funerul nt Grcenlleld Sunday. HINSDALE, N. H. Mrs. Perry Felch Is out agaln nfter n few days' lllness. Mlss Mnry Bclnnger Is recoverlng from few davs' lllness. Wnter Is gcttliiK.vcry low In the sprlngs nd some are entlrely dry. II. F. Ilorton ls In town agaln, nfter spendlng several months In Provldcnce. Mrs. J. A. Currlcr Is maklng n few days' Islt at her old home ln North Andover, Mnss. Mrs. Addle E. Dlx hus been spendlng n few days ln Northampton wlth Mlss Mny . Lane. I'ster Hooth Is now employed In the New llomc sewlng machlne fuctory In Ornnge. Mlss Oracc Breiinan of Manchester was guest recently of her brother, Prof. Brennnn. Wlll Bellevlllc Is homo from the New Inmpshlre Collcge nt Durliani. belng In poor health. C. E. Savage has liought the Ilsh busl- ess of llcnry EtnerBon. He took possess- on last week. Mrs. Jane Archlbald of Brattleboro ame s.ituruuy for a few days vlslt mong old frlends. Edwln S, McFleld of Boston, a regls- ercd lihnrnuichlst, has takcn a posltlon 11 Mann's pharmacy. Wllllam Mlner has moved from Canal treet to Ashuelot. He Is at work ln tho Sherldan woolen mlll. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pooler nnd Mr. Adams have tnken rooms wlth Mr. nnd Mrs. E. V. Aldrlch on Todd hlll. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Davls aro spendlng evernl weeks wlth thelr son, Fred C. Davls, In Hartford, Conn. Frank A. Davls has bought of the Bar- rows estate all the tlmlier on tho Bar rows farm on Tower hlll. James McNultv of New York and Mlss Annle McN'ulty if Boston were recent lsltors ut the parochlal resldence. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Tnft, who left for Californla Wednesday, dlsposed of thelr household goods at nuctlon Saturday. Lawrence Butler wlll move here from Chestertleld tomorrow, nnd wlll llve in . C. Holton's house on Canal street. Geo. M. Oaks wns called to Randolph, Vt., Frlday, by the serlous condltlon of hls wlfe who ls wlth her slster at that ilace. F. W. Ibibertson, E. C. Robertson, G. S. lowe and C. A. Fletcher attended the Knlghts Templar celebratlon at Clare- mont Wednesday. The class of '07, Hlnsdale Hlgh schonl. have elected these otlioers: Blanche U. Bronson, presldent; Alfred Walker, vlce presldent; Ruth Towne, secretary; Ixiulse Watson, treasurer. Rev. II. Gertrude Roscoe hus begun housekieplng in the Blanchard hnuse on Maln street. She hns been entertainlng her mother a few days. George E. Robertson was wlth hls sls r, Mrs. Nat Butler, In Cambridge over Sunday, nnd from thence went to Ports mouth to nttend the I. O. O. F. conven- tlon. A recent ichangc' In the traln servlee makes the mornlng traln south leave the statlon nt 9.19, Instead of 9.24, and the nf ternoon traln 3.14 Instead of 3.19 as for merly. Mrs. W. N. Plke, Mr. and Mrs G. S. Smlth, Mlss Grace M. Day, E. B. Plke, .Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bailey and Mlss Froelchler, went to Boston Tuesday mornlng. Mrs. Charles Hourne went to Brattle boro l'"riduy where Dr. Gnrham oierated 011 her throat Jor the removnl ot nn enlurged tonsll. Mrs. Ilourne wns nble to return hume Saturduy. Mrs. ira Wetherbee entertalncd her Sunday M'hool class at her home on Kll- burn street ono aftemoon last week. llefivshments were served and all en joycd a pleasant aftemoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Almon W. Bllss, whose mnrrlage was rccorded In the Newfane corresi ondence in The Pha'iilx last week are now at home to thelr frlends at thelr resldence on Brattleboro street. Ilarry E. Jeffords, who has been em- ployi d In the Aldrlch & Dutton drug store at Ktene, has closed hls engagement there and has gone to work ln the Raynesford drug store in thls village. It ls sald that the stage route between Hlnsdale and Brattleboro wlll soon be In operatlon agaln, under the management of a Mr. Lamed of West Brattleboro, who has bought the coach and covered sleigh formerly in ut-e on the llne. W. O. Amldon has been appolnted to receive deposlts for the Kcene Nntional bank. He wlll transmlt them to Keene dally. Thls will be a convenienco to the holders of the Home banks, as they can have them opened and the amounts credlted on thelr books with little trouble to themselves. , At the Methodlst church Monday eve nlng. Mrs. and Mrs. II. E. Taft, who left for a future home In Californla, were glven a reccptlon. A large number wlsh ed them happlness and prosperlty among thelr new frlends. Refreshments were served nnd ns u souvenier of the necas lon, Mr. and Mrs Taft were presented with n set of frult knlves, and thelr son wlth a Junlor league pln. Joseph Mlner of thls town was lndlctcd by tho grand Jury of Keene for nggra vated nssault Oct. 5, upon John E. Mc Laughlln ln thls town. He plended gull ty when bniyght lnto court, was sen tenced to three months in Jall, to pay the cost of prosecutlon. The grand Jury brought in nn Indlctment agalnst Thom as Ralelgh for keeplng for sale mnlt llq uors, subscquent offence. Thomns J. Cunnlngham, 37, dled at the Retreat at Brattleboro, Tuesdav, Oct, 13, of organic dlsease of tho bralu. Mr. Cunnlngham had been ln fnillng henlth for some tlme, nnd with his braln some what clouded. He was taken very much worso the Saturday prevlous to hls re moval, nnd sank rapldly. His physlclan thought lt advlsable to take hlm to the Retreat for care, whlch was dono on Wednesday, Oct. 7, He was a bachelor, and had been more than nn ordlnary stu dent; n man of Irreproachable charactcr, and many nre suddened by hls unfortu nate end. Mr. Cunnlngham ls survlved by two brothcrs, John Cunnlngham, n foreman ln a large mnichlne shop In I-os Angeles, Callf., nnd Dnn Cunnlngham, a physlclan In Coldwater, Mlch. : also one slster, Mlss Kntherlne Cunnlngham of thls village. The funeral was held at St. Joseph's church Wednejday mornlng nnd the burlal was In Keene. The world's speed record has agaln been broken by nn electrlc rallway near Berlin. A U." ton car, carrylng 20 persons mnde a speed of 12; mlles nn hour over n 2:1 mlle truck. Experts say tho experi ments havo proven tho safety and tne practlcablllty of an electrlc rallway over whlch cars can be run nt a normal Bpeed of 93 mlles nn hour. The Ilarvard foot ball team was beat- en at Cambridge Saturday by Amherst 5-0, Thls is the llrst defeat Harvard has sustalned at Cambridge in the past seven ycnrs. For Over Slxty Years. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothtug Pyrup hus lieen used for over Wl ycnr by inlllUins of inotlicrs lortncircmiurcn wiuio leeinmg wiui pericct success. lt snothoi the chlld. sottens thogunis. ullavs nll nnln. ci.'re) wiud colio aml is tho best remedy fnr dlarrlioea, It will rclloo tho poor llttlo sulTerer itimicdlntely. Hold by ull drug. Utsiuevery pnrt of tho world, Twcnty.llvo centmi bott e. Ilo euioand ask for "Mrs. Wins. lowsSoothlngSyrup," nnd tako 110 other klnd. Tho slmplest nnd best regulntors of tho dlsordered Hvor In the world, are Cartcr's Llttlo Llver Pllls. They glvo prompt rellef In Slick hendache, Plzzlness, Nnusea, &c; prevent and cure Consump' tlon and Plles; remover sallowncss and plmples from the complextlon, and aro mild nnd slmple in thelr operatlon nn tho bowels. Carters Little Llver Pllls are small nnd as easy to take as sugar, Ono plll n dose. Price 25 cents, KILLED BY A BLOW. Frank Kelleher, Bartender, Fatal ly Injured at Winchester. Ollver Patnode, Who Struck Hlm wlth Hls Flst, Held for Trlal In $5000 on Charge of Murder. Frank Kelleher. bartender at the Wln chestcr House in Wlnchester, N. II , dled Krlday nfternoon. ns all?ged, from I the effects of Injurlcs cnused by a blow htruck by Ollver Patnode, B2, a stoue ma son nnd tenmster. Patnode Is In Jall In 1 Keene, held on the chnrge of murder In the sum of $5000. Kelleher had served lcer to several Po- I landcrs on Wednesday evenlng of last week when Patnode and a frlend I from Ashuelot eamc lnto tho barroom, I Patnode started trouble by choklng one of the Poles. Kelleher nttemptcd to stop the dtsturbunce nnd lenned over tho bar. Patnode releused the Polo, turned upon Kelleher nnd hlt hlm n hcavy blow 011 the top of the head wlth hls ilst. Kelleher came out from bchlnil the bar and Pat node shook hlm and hlt hlm In the stde. The trouble soon ceascd and Kelleher and Patnode tnlkcd matters over. Pat- I node took another drlnk and left In good I humor, Kelleher telllng hlm to cnll agaln. ' Kelleher llnlshed hls work thft evcn lng, nlthough complulnlng of pulns In hls 1 head. During the nlght he had a hem- 1 orrhage from hls nose nnd ears, and In the mornlng Drs. Ilrown and I'lerce were summoned. Dr. Ilrown remnlned wlth ' Kelleher n large part of the tlme from j then untll Krlday. Kor short Intervnls he scemed iHitter, but gradualy grew worse and dled at 2.45 p. m., Friday. 1 Patnode was urrested Thursday on the charge of aggravateil assaidt and was held to awalt the outcomo of Kellcher's ' Injurles. On Frlday evenlng the com- 1 plaint wns wlthdrawn nnd he was nr- I rested on the chnrge of murder by Dep uty Sherlff Rlxford. He was taken to the Jall at Keene nnd Judge Plke llxed hls ball on Tuesdav. Kelleher was 30 years old, and wns well 1 nnd favnrably known In many towns In the Connecticut valley. He was tralner ' and drlver of A. N. Klngsley's horses II 1 or l.i years. and hud been bartender at the Wlnchester House slnce n llcense was Issued In July. He was a steadv and thrlfty young man. He was a member of the trlbe of Red Men of Hlnsdale. He le.ives a futher nnd three slsters In Grtentield. Mass. The body was taken there Saturday, nnd the funeral held Sunday. Patnode has n respectcd fnm lly conslstlng of a wlfe, daughter and three sons, and he had usually been con sldered n jKMceable cltlzen. An autopsy performed by Referee Proc tor Saturday. wlth the asslstance of Drs. Pierce and Ilrown and ln the pres-cnce of Dr. Maloney of Keene showed that Kell eher dled from a trauinatlc injury to the head. produclng shock, cercbr.il hem orrhage and congestlon of the braln. Tho skull was not I'racturid but the blood ves sels between the skull and the braln were congested and there were rupture whlch had caused hemorrhages. lt Is understood that Kelleher left nn nnte mortem statement glvlng the detalls of the assault by I'atnode. Doheney the Ball Player Insane. Edward Doheney. the wldely known pltchcr of the Plttsburg Nntional League b.i!-e ball team, ls vlolently lnsaue In the Danvers, Mass., as lum. On Sunday he nssaulted and serlously Injured his nurse, OlK?rlln Ilowarth, In Andover, Mass., beutlng hlm over the head wlth u Move poker. He tnen held several pollcemen , and a score of nolghlnrs at bay, defylng them to touch hlm. He was llnally over- ' powered. examined by two physlclans and I pronounced lnsane. Doheney showed 1 slgns of Insuulty several weeks ago, when he stiddeuly left the Plttsburg 1 club In Ohlo. He belleved that detectlves were purstilng hlm. After a few weeks' rest nt hls home in Andover he rejolned the club. but dld not regaln hls old form. Oa Sunday he attacked. and ejected hls 1 jihys'j-lan from the house, telllng hlm 1 that he dld not care for medlcal treat- ment. Howarth was then engaged as 1 nurse. When Ilowarth s attentlon was 1 turned Doheney Jumped from the bed and attacked hlm wlth the stove poker. Doheney has a wlfe and a daughter four ears old, and has been greatly attached to them. Doheney Is a Vermonter, hls home town belng Northfield. He went from the St. Albans club to the New York Natlonal league team about ten years ngo. He was with New York sev eral seasons, but the past two years has pltched fnr Plttsburg. IIo is a brotner of Rev. P. J. Doheney of St Albans. Boston Wlns. World's Champlonshlp. The Boston Amerlieans shut out the Plttsburg Nationals 3-0 at Boston Tues day, thereby wlnnlng the world's cham plonshlp, tho series standlng 5-3. Over 7uoo enthuslabt.s saw the closing game, and the chnmplons were borne to thelr dreislng rooms on the shoulders of the crowd, and the cheerlng lasted many min- utes. A desiiatch from Panama says Nlcara gua and Guatemala aro on the eve of de clarlng war 011 Salvador and Honduras. The trouble has arlsen over a frontler dlsjiute. Dr. C. O. Rlce, a promlnent physlclan of Pueblo, Col., whlle crazeil by llquor, shot and kllled Pollceman Sllas Marts. who was trylng to arrest hlm, wounded another otlicer, drove the clerks from hls drug store and delled a crowd of 3JK) for .moie than two hours, Hls revolvcr ll nally refused to work and he was over powered. Four burglars blew open tho safcs In several stores In Norrldgowock, Me,, early Tuesday mornlng. They were soon fol lowed out of the town by 200 olllcers and citlzens, and the runnlng llght, In whlch many shots were exchanged, extended through several townshlps. One burglar was wounded In "tho nnkle, and another one, hopelessly cornered, surrendered, The two men captured gave thelr namcs as Charles P, Smlth of Pittsfield, N. II,, and John Morrlson of New York. lt Is probable that their companlons escaped into Cnnada, Tho clty of Paterson, N, J was cut off from the outslde world by lloods, Frlday, the I'assalc rlver rlslng to such a hclght as to lsolate tho clty. Tclephonlc nnd telegraphlc communlcatlon for several hours, and buslness on all the trolley nnd steam roads was suspended, The Pus salc steel works nnd the Rogers loco motlve works were compelled to abaudon work, the englne nnd boller rooms of thelr factorlcs belng llodded. The loss Is es timated at $2,000,000. Passalc, Bound Brook, Duttonvllle nnd other places In New Jcrsey sustalned great damage from liigh water. The raln fall during the storm was unprecedented ln New York clty and lclnity and In New Jersey and p.irts of Pennsylvnnla. A fall of six to ten inches was recorded. Buslness on neaily nll the leadlng rallroads was de layed or entlrely cut off for a tlme. Strange Vlsltors. Sclcnco has been drlven to the con cluslon that dlumonds nre not nntives of the earth. They landed on thls planet through Bome celestlal force unknown to us, They aro vlsltors from other spheres, They aro strangers of whose orlgin we know uothlng. Dlamonds cannot be re ronelled wlth any of the known porlods of gcology. They nre nlways Isoluted and aro never found In musses of carbon. They linvo dlfferent refractlvo powcrs In their Interlor nnd exterlor layers, show Ing that they are not HUbJect to our laws. They aro not of terrestrlal orlgin nnd do not follow terrestrlal laws. They aro strangers and nllens. Is that why they nro so sought after? Boston Qlobe, W 'Its tonic vUiSLv.'MnmiNo VLii ana tne aged. Anheuser To Conservative Investors Five per cent. mortgaBes, well secured, and made by good borrowers can be depended upon for the interest as well as for the principal when due. On the other hand, six per cent. mortgages are at this time be ing made only upon questionable security or the borrowers are in poor credit. Therefore, in our opinion, five per cent. mortgages are most decidedly to be preferred to six per cent. mortgages because they are Surer as to interest, Safer as to principal Send for our last list of loans. VERMONT L0AN & TRUST COMPANY., F. B. PUTNAM, Gen. Agt. Brattleboro, Vt. MA83ACHU3ETTS NOTES. Deputy Sherlff Roswell P. Doane of Athol fell dead from heart dlsease whlle drlvlng from Petersham to Athol Frlday nlght wlth t'-irroll Archlbald, II, a boy who was charged wlth steallng cabbages from a farmer. The boy dld not reallze that the sherlff was dead. and drove three mlles lnto Athol, supposlng that tho man had falnted. Mr. Doane was a veteran of the C'ivll war, and had been deputy sherlff the past ten years. Alpheus Hurdlng. S5, for many years u promlnent reslileiit of Athol, dled Mon day nt the home of hls daughter. Mrs. Ella Newman, in Boston. Mr. Hurdlng was a natlve of New Salem and as a young man cngnged In the mercantlle . buslness there and was a leuder in town ' nlTalrs. He was a representative ln the leglslature when the famous struggle took place In Kll whlch resulted in the elecllon of Charles Sumner to the Fnlted States Scnate. Ile came to Athol In 1S.V1 as cashler of the Mlllers Rlver Natlonal bank. Ile was eln.'ted Its iresldent 11 years later and lilled that otllce untll he reslgnel a few years ago to go to Bos ton. John Mcl''.irlanil. who had been work lng for C. S. Shea of South Vernon, was caught at Wlnchester Sunday by Otlicer Duo, who had orders from Shertft Rix fonl to be 011 the watch for such a young man, as he had stolen hls employer's pocket book Sunday mornlng und when lnst seen wus "legglng It" for Wlnches ter. When ruught the boy acknowledged hls gullt and returned the money. ex ceptlng 01 cents whlch he spent at James Joseph's at Ashuelot. leavlng ts.40 for Mr. Shea to get back out of hls 19 whlch he had left In hls trousers when retlrlng Saturday nlght. Young McF.uiand hud run u.vay from .1 man In Ixiwell. to whom he had been asslgned by the orphans' home for deserted children of Boston Superlntendent J. B. K. Kmery came to Wlnchester nnd took the boy back to Bos ton. Professor "Suppose you were engaged In the autopsy of a subjn.'t and it gaVe slgns of llfe, what would you do? Student "1 thlnk I should change the subject, slr." Town nnd Country. "There's somethlng the matter wlth thls clock," sald the olllce boy. "lt wont strlke." "Heavens!" exclalmed the ex clted captaln of Industry, "and it's union made too." Chlcago Record-Herald. MRS. ETHELWATKINS GIVEN THREE MONTHS T0 LIVE BY A00DN0IL0F D00TOES. Cured of Aniemia by Dr. Williums' l'lnk l'llls After Ordlnary Medlrlnrs Hnd fiilled. From n despoudeut womnn, Riveu up to dio by tho best physicinus sho could sumnion, Mrs. Ethol Wntkius, of No. 112 Parker street, Scrautou, Pn., 1ms be rxnno well aud cheerful, a livint,', eu thusinstic endorsetnent of tho remedy to whichsho owes hor life nud henlth. Mrs. Wntkius wns nfllicted with nuuiiuin, n disenso in which tho blood becotnes so deflcieut as to bo uuablo to furnish tho tissues of tho body with necessnry nour ishnicut. Evcry orgnn is stnrved aud tho pntiont becomes white nnd wnxeu in nppenranco. If this condition is uot quickly remedied it ruus into persisteut nusQinin, ouo of tho most hopeless of disensos. Iu Mrs. Wntkius' cnso, as usunlly happons, tho charactcr of tho disenso wns not discovcred uutil it was well adviinced. Sho snys : " If I hnpiH3iied to scratch or cut my solf no blood would flow just a watery looking fluid. I was shockiiigly thiu, as white as a sheet aud without a bit of strougth. Threo doctors attended mo nnd nll said I could not livo threo mouths. I hnd no appotito, my heart wns weak, sleep did uot rest mo aud I becanio despoudeut. "Tho doctors' medicincs did not help 1110 nud ueithcr did nuything else that I tried uutil, upou tho advico of a friend who had been cured of nmi'inia by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peoplo, I bcKtui usiug them. Thoy helped mo al most immedintely aud, by tho timo I had taken soven boxes, cured mo. I nni nl ways Klnd to recoinmend Dr. Willinms' Pink Pills for Pnlo Peoplo to others." The power of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills iu diseases of the blood and nerves hns been shnwn in huudreds of cnses which have not yioldod to ordinary treatment. Dr. Williams' wonderful discovery, ns ombodied in these pills, hns cured obsti nato cases of locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St.Vitus' dance, sciatica, neu rnlgin, rhounintisni, nervous hendnche, tho after-offects of the Rrip, palpitation of the henrt, palo aud sallow coinplexinns nud all forms of wenkness eithor in male or female. Dr. Willinms' Piuk Pills for Palo People aro sold by all dealers, or will bo seut postpaid on receipt of prico, fifty cents a box; six boxes for two dol lars and n half, by addrossiug Dr. Wil liams Medicine Co., Schouectady, N. Y, Growing Old Gracefully and Healthf ully The infirmities of old age are successfully combated by the use of MAHEUSER-BlSCA,. TMADC HABK. - The Food-Drink. T)roTJerties are invalua- ble to those who are weak nursing mothers, little children All drugglsts sell it. Prepared by the - Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. CARTERS VPlTTLE ""Bg IVER 1 PILLS. CURE Blck TiuuUche and rclleTO all tho troublfts lnd dent to a billoua Btate of tho jatem, uch ai DizzlDess, Nausea. DrowBlnesfl, Distrees after eatlng. l'ain ln the Blde, ie. Wblle thelr moat remarkable Bucceas haa been shown ln curlog SICK ne&d&che, yet Ctrter's Llttlo Llver Fllli ara equally valu&blo in ConaUpaMon. curing and pro ven tlng thia annojlng compUlnt,vrhile they alto correctalldlBordersof tbeBtomach,itlmulatetba llrer and reguUte the bowels. ETen lf they onlj HEAD Achothey M-onldbaalmostprlcelessto thoiowho euffer from thia dlatreealng complalnt; but f ortu. cately tbelrgoodnesa does notend here, and thoaa who once try them wlll flnd theso llttlo pllls Talu able Inao many ways that they vlll not bo wil Ung todo without them. But after allsick haA ACHE Is the bane of bo many llvea that here ls whera womaie our great boast. Oor pllls cursltwhlls others donot. Carter's Llttlo Llver Pills aro very imill and very eaay to talie. One or two pllls make a doaa. They are strlctly vegetable and do not gripa or pnrge, but by thelr gentla actlon pleaaa all who usethem. In vialsat 25 cents s five for tl. Sold by drugglats everywherc, or sent by malL CARTER MEDICINE C0., New York. Small M. Small Dose. Small & HEAVY TRUCKING MOVING SAFES, BOILERS, And all Heavy Work A Speclalty. A Modern Furniture Van added to my former equipnient enables me tn gunrantce satistuctlon in uioving Household Goods and Pianos. -v HY. STHVV. GTVIS ND FEEDS OF ALL KINDS kcpt coustantly on hand. HORSES FOR SALE For nraft, Coacli, Farm nnd Faniily tiscs. G . E . GILMAN, 80 ElllotSt. Telephone. To Butchers and Hide Buyers 1 We wish to purchase your Utdes, Calf skins, Sheep Pelts, Tallow and Bones. We advance money if desired. We pay spot cash. We pay the freights. We pay full market values. We want agents everywhere to sell Page's Perfected Poultry Food and other poultry supplies. For further particulars address C. S. PAGE.Hyde Park, Vt. WILL CURE RHEUMATISM Halliday's Rheumatlsm Cure PUICI3 so CENTS Ten Years Reputation OUR GUARANTEE. We gunranteo II. lt, C. to curo rhcumn tUiu, aud wlll rctimd the money to all inir. ehasei'8 of llallidny's Itheuinatisin Ouro any where iu the United States or Canada, nlio. altcr U8lng It falthtully nnd usdireet ed havo dcnvcd no bcncllt; provlded tho claha to rofimd isnpplled rorut tho homo olllie, withln ten days utiur tuklng tho cu tlre contents of ouo paekage. HALI.U)AV MAN UFA CTUHINO CO KI.M1HA, N. V., I'. 8. A. ForSaloBy Brooks Houso Pharmacy. GEO. ROBERT8, M. D., Surcery and Diseases of Women a ap- clalty. Olllco, Crosby Block. Telephone. C. R. ALDRICH, M. D Unlon Block, Brattleboro. Ofllco hours untll 9 a. m.. 1 to 3 o. and 7 to 9 p. m. C. 8. PRATT, M. D., 18 North Maln St., Brattleboro. Olilce hours: 1 to 2.30, 6.30 to 8. DR. GEO. R. ANDER80N, PIIYSICIAN AND SUROEON. Ofllco and resldence. 83 Maln HL Rnr- gery in ali Its branches a speclalty. Of fice hours: untll 10 a. m., 1 to 2.30 p. m., evenlngs, 6.30 to 8. Telephone, Brook iiouse. . I. MILLER, M. D., PHYS1C1AN AND SUBQEON. Ilooker block; 8 tlll 9 a. m.. 1 to 2, 1M 3 8 p. m. Dr. J. W. GREGG. OlIlcO OVOr Tlnmillft'a illMlif atnm KniiMQtn 12 a. m a to 5, 7 to 8 p. m. Tclenbono 25.12. DR. H. L. WATERMAN, omce and resldence, 41 Elllot SL Of lce hours, 12.30 to 2.30'. evenlng, I to L C. Q. WHEELER, D. 0H OSTEOFATHIC PHTSIC1AN. 30 No. Maln St.. Brattlflhorn. nffln hours 9 to 12 and 1.30 to 4. Wedneadars and Saturdays excepted. GEO. H. GORHAM, M. Whltney block. Maln St, Brattleboro Practice llmlted to diseases of Eye, Eor, Nose and ThroaL Hours. 9.30 a m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. m., Tuesdays and Frldays only. At Bellows Falls the rest of we-ik P. P. WHITE, M. D., Physlclan and Sureeon. WIIIlamsTlll. Vt. Office hours: 11 a. m. to 1 p. m., tad 6 to 7 p. m. Telephone. FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D, umce ana resldence No. 1 Llnden early evenlng to 7.30. Sundays, 1 to 3 p. m DR, C. 8. CLARK, nRN'PIRT Whltney Block. Brattleboro. Telephonsv DR. L. S. EDWARDS, Dentlst. Brattleboro. Telephone. ' DR. ALVIN KNAPP, UENTIST Hooker Block, Brattleboro. BACON & HOOKER, ATTOIINEYS AT T.AW Ullery Bulldlng, Brattleboro. H. G. BARBER, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, Crosby Block, Brattleboro STEAM CARPET CLEANING works, 8 Flat St. E. H. THOMA8, Prop G. F. BARBER. DENTIST. Unlon Blok JOHN E. GALE, ATTORNET AT LAW, Guilford, Vt. Sneclal attentlon to sdl matters connected wlth the probaU court. CLINT M. DUGAN. VIOUN TEACHER, Leonard block, Brattleboro. C. B. CROWELL, SURVEYOR. Brattleboro. Vt HA8KIN8 & 8CHWENK, ATTnRVRVS A Nn pnimqnnnDq And Sollcltors of Patents. Brattleboro. L. W. ADAM8, Telephone 143-13. Offlce 10 Maln St. ' GEO. P. 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