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THE VERMONT PHGENIX, BRATTLEBORO, ERIDAY, APRIL 22, 1004.
8 The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. Tlicrc is n tliscasc prcvniling in thig country tnostilniiRerous becausesodccctv. luunysuuucn ' ticaths nre caitseil ! by it heart dis- case, pncumonia, hcart failure or npoplexyare often 4 1... - 1 . . i . . tlie rcsult of kid cy discase. If kidney trouble is ; nllowedtondvaiice 1 thckidncy-poison-t .:.:n tack the vital orKans, causing catarrh of uii i'iujiui.1, v inu iwiuuuys uteiiiselvcs t'rc.ik tlown nud waste away ccll by cell. Waddcr troubles almost nhvays result from a deratietneitt of the kidneys and .i cure is obtatncd nuickest by a proper trcjttucnt of tlus kidneys. If you are feel itijj badly you can Jiiake 110 mistake by t.ikinj;Dr. Kilnicr's Swamp-Root, the (,'reat kidney, liver and bladder rcmedy. It corrccts inability to hold urine and sc.ildinn pain in passinj; it, and ovcr cnines that unpleasant nccessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times duritig the nifht. The mild and the extraordinary t (lect of Swatnp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its vonderful cures of the most distresMiig cases. Swatnp-Root is pleasant to take and is t-old by nll drttggists in fifty-ccnt and niic-doilar size bottlcs. You may have a f.miple bottle of this wonderful new dis cvery and a book that tells all about it, ' mth sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil mcr & Co., IiinRliainton, X. Y. When v.nting mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Doit't make any itiistake,butrcmemberthe nanie.Swamp Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the a.ldress, Iiinghaniton, N. Y., on cverj little This Week. Celery, Dandelions, Radishes, Lettuce, Spinach, Cucumbers. Can you guess? See our east window. J. E. GLEASON, 32 Elliot Street. Get the Best. Best sausages, best lard and best fresh and salt meats of all kinds sold in Brattleboro at the Brat tleboro Meat Market, ist door north of American House. Farmers. We want your beef , pork, veal, lamb, poultry, eggs, beef hides, s k i n s and pelts, and will pay top prices. Ladies' Shoes AT 48 CENTS. We have nearly 300 pairs of Ladies' 2.00 and $2.50 Shoes to sell at the above price. They are small sizes and nar row toes. Also more than 100 pairs Ladies' Oxfords and Slippers at 38 cents. Part black and part Russet. These were bought to sell for $1.00 to 1.50. They are also small sizes and narrow toes. E L. PUTNAM, Near the Bridgs. Examine price and quality of my Grass Seed before you pur chase. Itwillsave money for you and obtain best seed grown. J. EDGAR MELLEN. NORTHERN COUNTY TOWNS. ATHENS. Rev. F. M. ItnKor Is mieiiillm- ihe wlth lils riunt In Leomlnster. Mnss. llllnm Glynn wns III Sumlnv nn.l tnn. ilny. but at thU wrltlhg Is Imprnvlnni?. Mr. nml Mrs. Orlnmln CnnlMcn of tifm. outli are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clmrlcs WllllS. Mis. Mnud Del'utron of Montneller npcnt Sutidny wlth hcr paients, Mr. nnd iirs. v4. v. HODLilns. Mlss Ktta Perhnm. whn hns been atinml. Iiir three weeks wlth the fnmlllos of J. M. I'oucrs ind P. 11. Cl.uk. hns relutned to her liomc In Woburn. Mnss. J. J. Cudworth visllcd nt J. XI. l'nw- trs'fl and cnllcd on frlcnds from Frlday untll Monday. Mr. Cudworth has re cently had an opcrntlon poiformcd on hls ec. If this provcs mccessful, ho ex- pccts to stnrt for hls tiorne In Sun Frnn- clsco soon. CAMBRIDGEPORT. Oscnr Dcan has moved Into W. WiUler's house. Iist Frlday nlfiht nnd Saturday foro roon, snow fell to the (lepth of 10 Inchts. Tl-.ose siiRnr mtikers who dld not path er their hucketi last week nre fortunate, ns thcre have been seeral jjood runs this week. Knpcne I'roitty of Grafton, who Is em ploycd by F. A. Smlth, has beon muvlni; Uils week to one of John liuxton's ten ements. GRAFTON. Mrs. K. D. Lnwrenco cntno hoine Sat urday from Westmoreland. Mrs. llobart and Mlss Kvn nre vlslt Iiib relatlves In Montrenl. II. It. Chtirch of New York clty spent Stindny wlth hls famlly hero. Mrs. Lella Ilolden hns rcturned from n Vlslt nt her slster's In Westmoreland. Mlss M.irRiierlte Merrltleld hrm been spendltiK several weeks In Urookllne. Mls.i MacDonald of Hellows Falls has been spendhiK n few days wlth Mlsa Hlva Hemenway. F. O. Merrllleld ntnl I.enn Thompson attended the conventlons nt Montpelier nnd Burlington. Prof. C II. Cnmbridge was hero enrly in the week. returnlng to New Salem, Mass., Tuesdny. Fred I.nwrence wns at home enrly in the week for a vislt, returnlng to West moreland Wednesday. W. S. K.iton is nttendlng court at New fane as Juryman, and severnl others were cnlled from here Wednesdny ns witness es. The community wns shocked Sunday morning to hear of the denth of Mrs. It. W. Hullanl. Although sho had been 111 many wooks. she seemed to be lmproving untll n day or two before her denth. Mf. and Mrs. A. J. roliiiatler of Flor ence, Mnss.. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Ilawley of Northampton. Mass.. A. II. Wlllard of Itostnn and Snlon Kendall of Massachu-setts- were cnlled hero by the de.ith of Mrs. Hullard. Mr. F. 1',. .VIKen invtte the lndlo to onll to ee ber nur lino ol liilllnery at tlio hotel nftor Apiiliu WESTMINSTER. Samantha llarris wa III the llrst of the week. Dudley Ptescott of ISoston has been at T. A. Nlehols's the past week Henry I'age, an old reslUent, dled last week, and the burial wns Saturday. Mrs. Nellie Wanl retuineil the lnst of the week to her home here, after pond- lng the winter in lirattltboro J. II. Mlller will return tomorrow to take up farmlng as usual, ufter spendlng the winter in otner eniployment In Mnl- den, Mnss. Mrs. Mnry n.iwley Kimball nnd hor husl and of Wolfboro, N. II.. movnl last week to Mrs. Kimball's farm. reeently aeated by Lewis Jeffroy, Mr. IlarrK who has had charce of the I sniveying for the double traek. whl' h will j bc lalil through bere from It.-llows Falls to Brattleboro, Is now In eliarge of r.iilnud whlrh If. belng bullt in C'anuda, and will probably move hls funilly theie. IJ.iniel Kellogg and hls ilaughter, Miss Susie Kellogg. have returneil to their hnme hero atter .in absenee of over two months. Mr Killngg has been In Hrat tletxno. and Mls Kellogg sjient the lime in H wim and i'inlty, stopping in Oreen foM two ot thieo wit-ks on her return. The eold weather has iengtliened the sugar ea'm s-imowhat. Some of tho sugar innhi rs. who had their buckets cleancd anu put up for another season, l.uniT th'.-in mit t.gain and got one very giMid run of s.ip, but not enoutnh to pay for cxtra tiouble. Tho sugar lu of ood lualliy. but falls short in qu.m'lty of v hat had oeen hoped lor, nlthoiujn much irtter in loth quallty and quantlly than :ast season. Kurn Hattln Notes. Kmerson L. llunt of Hoston Is paylng ter days' vlsit to the llomes. Ho hns been appolnted flpanclal secretary oi mo Unrn lliittln nssoc atlon. to have entiic eharge of raislng the funds for thc work. I:oslde havlng a large nusiness oxjieri- tnce. he ls n miuisier oi uil- ,,iist.h., tional soclety. nnd comes wlth a lettor of learty endorsement frim one oi tne oni 1 st mlnisterinl bodlos ln tho country. Mr. Hunt bolleves ho1 can best help tho work bv becomlng aeoualnted wlth every- one he cnn in thls section of tho country. He pteached at Westminster insi nuntiay morning nnd nt Walpole in the evenlng. Next Sunday morning ne wiu orcupy iue pulplt at the Congteg.itional church In Bellows Falls, nnd in the evenlng will preach at the Methodi.Nt church at the samc place. Mr. Hunt comes dlreot trotn work in Charlfstown, .iass., unnei- c.illv knoun. tho Hunket; IIIII Ho'.i" eiun, of whlrh ho was the able sup' rlntondent, hls wlfo aldlng hlm very cinislderatny. Men of 0ih Timbers of oak keep the old l .loA efonrli'nrr fVirnnrrh iiuiii-oiai-i ijnwviwjj 4.1, ,rc T norc fn ngf fllf iuc fJ" right stuff. .. , r t tl : " ilen 01 OaK arc IIICU iu rugged health, men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials. Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years, Scott's Emulsion is the right stuff. Scott's Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children, helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy consti tution. Send for free 8ampIo. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemlsts, ino.AiR Pearl Stroot, New Yor THE MOORE FREE LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. lt mny not lio Rencrnlly known tlmt the Moore Free Llbrnry of Newfane Is larRer llmn any other In the slnte In n town of no Krenter nutnher of lnliuliltnntn. 11 hnx tiow moro thnn 4000 volumes, not liiehid Imb thnKo In pnjer blndlns nnd severnl hundred pamllilets. Kxeept In the cltlen nnd towns of pevernl tlioumnd Inlmb Itnntf), tlure ate only threo or four II lirarlcs In Vermont that approarh tlmt of Newfane In the nutnlor of volumes. i The larneRt of tliese, enmyared wlth the 1 plze of the town, Is at Strafford, nnd this. presumnbly, owes Its larger number of volutnes to contrlhutlnns from Senator Morrlll by whom It wns partly endowed. The Mooro Free I.lbrary was openeil Oet. 29, 1S9S, nnd hns therefore been In opelntlon about flvo yeats and sU months. H wns establlshed by the glft of Mrs. I'hllura C. Moore, tho widow of the well known retlred fnrmer and eattle denler. Franklin Moore, of Newfane vlllnge. A benutiful wooden bulldlng wlth large plnte glnss windows wns ereeted by Mrs. Moore nt a cost of nearly J9000 for a llbrary and reading room. More thnn lOOO new vol utnes were glven by Mrs. Moore f"r the openlng of the llbniry. A fund of JinnO. thc lncomo from whlrh is to le useu townrd tho purchaso ot new books nnd subscrlptinns to l criodlealx. wns also pro- vided, nnd tho whole seeurea to tne iroe use of tho Inhabltants of tho town of Newfane by conveynnce to flvo trustees. Tho lneomo from the fund hns not been useil, Mrs. Moore havlng made sueh gen- rnus eontributlons of now books, pnpers nnd magnzlnes that It has not been need ed. The fund has also been Inerensed $500 by the will of Mrs. I.ura Currler ot New York clty, so that the whole ammint to the credlt of the llbrary Is now about J300ii. Whllo the fund hns been Increasod this beiuest nnd by the lneomo nd- ded. tho llbrary has nearly twice tho number of volutnes that It had nt the openlng, Mrs. Moore havlng froiuontiy rontrihuted nt her own oiienso, new books for whlrh there seemed to bo n demntul, or whlrh weie neoiled to keep the llbrary up to date In reront events and diseoverles. A few hundred vedumes were roiitrltmted bv n sorlety whlrh was lisrontlnued on tne estauiismnem oi uio Mooro llbrary. ltev. r.ewls flrout hns glven n number of vnlunble works, essays nnd pamphlets of hls own autnorsiup. a few voluines Have been contrtliuted li sovernl other Indlvldunls. flreat credlt Is duo K. r. neneillrt. now of New York clty, for hls asxlstanee or Mrs. Mooie in tho Inltial work, includlng P-.- nf ..-and I ttu nlso J. 11. .Mirnneici, -Mr. nrnniin and Mr. Merrltleld havlng beon the nct ing trustees to whom tho llbrary was llrst convoyed. preparatory to a permanent or- ganlzatlon. The present l.oaril of trus tees and olllcers aio J. II. Merrllleld. pres Ident; F. A. DeWitt. , treasurer: M. O. IIow wcrotarv. IZ. t'. Henedlct. Mniy Nowton; llbnirlan, Mrs. 1'. C. Moore. The trustees of thls llbrary have almed to make surh seleetlons of books nnd pe liodlrals that nono of Its readers need to bo narrowod by belnir taught only one slde of gre.it iiuestlons. No se.irrher nfter truth will hnd all tho reading advncntlng one sldo and suppresslng tho faets uKn the other. j The llbrary contnlns n comparatlvely largo number nf sclentlflc works and ' liooks of referonce. Of tho enryclopedlas. for lnstanre, thero are Appleton's. wlth . tho iinmuilx, Johtison's, tho lnternatlonal, L'hariliors's. the Contur nietloruirv. Wnr- i ner's Amii'lcan odltlon of the Eneyclo ledli Hrit mniea. Thero nre a large num lier of other st.indard works of referonce , along almost every llne of Imiulry. The works of referonee aro designed to to . used In flie reading room nnd not taken i from the libr.iry. Thero aro on thc read ing room table. nt the pr sent tlme. the Vork followlng periodloals: Tho Now Dally Trlbune. the Sprlnenold Dnlly He publlean. tho ISoston 13venlng Tnmserlpt. tlf Srlentiilc Ametican. the Youlh's CVnn imnlnn. the Commonor. The l'ho-nlx. tjie l'eformer, tho Ctltlc, llartior's Woekly. I-adles' llome Jnurtinl. the Century. ,t ... mh Mrfii i...H,,- ,.f . J S'l snwr-. tonih. ly. the Outlook, New l'.nglanil Magnxlne, the Llbrnry Journal, Ijidlos' World, t'hrts- tlnn llenild. nnd the Farm Journal and others. There ls more learnlng stored up ln tho Moore Free Llbrnry than In nll the professors ln n score of average coileges. Uno noods only scIukiI edticntWm enough to renif'lntelltgently. and wlth a good II- brary the whole fteld of nttalnmout Is open to hlm Wlth sueh prtvlW g s the londing room should bo crowded at all llbrary hours, espeelally In tho ovenlnK. Whv will peoplo feod upon husks wlth the best of fund in slght. and free? Mrs. Moore wo.ild le pleased to se- more peo ple at the reading rnom. Thoso ln at tomlnnee at court or tomporarlly In the placo will le welcomed. It ls not uncnmmon for fnmillos to I'hooso a homo for Its school prlvlleges. Hero Is a pleasant vlllnge where the ex-1-enf.e of n home Is small, wlth n good eommftn school, nnd a llbrory whlch Is inflnltely tioynnd any common school In the knowledge whlch It may tonch. It i.l,ould 00 an nttractton to inUHIgenl IH-oplo seeklng a home. Savs the fnited States fommlssloner of Kdtieatlon. Dr. llarris: "What there is gooil ln iar Aincriean system fof odu- catlonl iHiints toward thls preparntlon of the pupil for lndopendont study of the , book by hlmself. It polnts towanl ac- l iiulilng tho ablllty of self educntlon by monns of tho llbrary." Says I'resldent Harper of tho Chlrago universlty: "The llbrary and tho labnratory havo already revolutionlzed the methods of hlgher ed ucatlon." Taklng eharge of tho llbrary ln 19V i when past her seventleth year. and nevtr havlng had before that tlme any spoclal i knowledge of books, Mrs. Moore has been almost dally in attendanco as librariati , from 9 to 12 o'rlock ln the forenoon. from 1 to 5 o-clocK in tne ntternoon nn.l irom i; ln "i r rinru in Tlio nvpn nLr. i-.veii oci; in tne cvening. Kven Min- not entlrely exeepted from hor dav;i are nttendancc, the llbrary lioing open In the afternoon ns a reading room. She has acqulrcd an oxcellent knowledge of the books, and famlllarlty with their location on the shelves. All this persnnal servico, ln addltlon to her froqttent contrlhutlnns nf now books nnd nerlodlcnls for the rivid- Ing table has been grntultous. Thfre Is not a better recprd nmong nll the wom- cn of the state. M. O. IIOWH. Newfane, Vt The Vamplre. A fool there wns nnd he mnde hls prayer (Kven ns you nnd I), To a rag nnd n bono nnd n hnnk of halr (We cnlled her the woman who dld not care); nut tho fool h. ralled her hls lady fair j (Even as y you and I). Oh tho yenrs wo waste, and the enrs we wnste. And the "work of our hond nnd hand And the w rtolonc to the woman who dld not know a wo t,mt ah0 novcr e0,1,d And dld not undorstnnd. The fool was strlpped to hls foolish hlde (Een as you and I). Whlch sho might havo seon when she threw hlm nsldo (Ilut It Isn't on record tho lady trled), So somo of hlm llved, but tho most of hlm dled (Kven as you nnd I). And lt Isn't the shame nnd lt lsn't tho hlamo That stlngs llke a whlto-hot brnnd; It's comlne to know that sho nover know why (Seeing at last sho could nover know why), And never could undorstnnd. Itudyard Klpllng. Content. When of thls flurry thou shn.lt have thy fill. The thlns thou seekest, lt will seek theo then: The heavens repeat themselves In waters still And in the faces of contented men, John Vance Cheney, In the Aprll At-lantlc. IN OUR OWN STATE. Judge Tyler Ruled That Dcer's Horns Must Ee Seen. Judg" J. M. Tyler In the Hutland eounty court ruled tlmt unless deer's horns were long enough so the huntor rould see them before shootlng, It wnuld be lllegal to klll the deor In tho open senson. Followlng the expresslon of thls nplnlon the Jnry returned n venllct of gullty In the case of the stnte agalnst Klmor U. St. Johns of Hubbnrdton and he was flned 1100 nnd ensts. St. Johns kllled the deer In nues tion last fnll. The tostlmony went to show tlmt tho horns were not long enough to I)" seen through tho hnlr. Judge Tyler In thls ense sald: "Tho vlew of the court Is that the evldence of nll the wltnosses Includlng thnt respond cnt shnws that tho deer had no sueh horns ns gave notlre to the hunter that be miglit shoot hlni. In other words the horns must bo vlslble not merely dlscov orablo by touch but they must le of surh length ns to glve notlre to the hunter tlmt he may klll the deer In open senson." Murderous Assault In Front of Clty Hall In Rutland. Alex IlnUlst, II yenrs old, an employe of tho Lincoln Iron works In Hutland, was asaulted Monday evenlng wlthln a hundred feet of pollrp headquarters of Hutland nnd under the very windows of the room of the rlty hall where the board of aldennen were In sesston. lle recelved sovon cuts about the head. a cut over one kn-o whlch will proltnbly ruln the Jolnl, nnd hls body wns badly bruised. Tho surgeons sny tho wounds were mnile by a chlsel. A strlke, whlrh hns nover b'H settled, has been on nt tho Lincoln Iron works for more than two years. and It is iK-lleved the assault wns mnde by the strlkers. Linquist has a wlfo nnd children nt Woicester, Mass.. and had Just beon to the lost otllce to sond them money to come to iiutinnd to nve. it is thought that four men took jmrt In the assault. Thls Is the third nttaek of Its klnd in Hutland on non-unlon workmen .inc(, Anrll 1st Flve Bulldlngs Burned at West Burke. Five bulldlniis In the vlllaRo nf West Ilurke were burne.l enrly Frlday. caus Ing a loss of about Jl 0,000. The Hre orlg Innted in the dwelllng of Jason Allnrd. nnd accoun, , Mgh westerly wln,. threntoned to ilestroy the greater iart of I tlio vlllage. Lyndonville was reuuesteil to sent nssltance, but tho flremen thero were conxlnoed that the local apiiaratus could not 1j' usid In connectlon wlth the limltod water supply of West lturkf Fln illy vol.inleer flremen there pr,.,l I the blaze under control aftpr Allard's 1 dwelllng nnd barn, Holtnn's dwelling and ; stable. and the t'nlversallst church had been destroyed. F. T. I'orter's reslilonco ' wns badly damaged. No one was In the 1 Allnrd dwelllng when the flre started. Tho ' vlllngors were flrt warnod by a loud ex i ploslon from some unknown cause. Wllllam Winitonny wa before Judge Batcs at llennlngton Salunlny chnrgoil wlth eonduet of a r o!tlng nnturo be fore a child of flve yenrs old. He plended not gullty and furnished IS00 ball for ap arnnre for trlnl May 3. Thousands of Gallons of Syrup. 15. V. Heed. of Jarksonville. Saturday shlpped the last of an orjer for 6O00 ono gallon maple syrup cans F. A. Heed. of that plaeo, has already Bhipped away t.OoO gallons of maple syrup and hls or- ylers al"e "ot all tllled yet. Nalgatlon on Lake ()iainiilain at Bur llngton npened Tuesday, nearly a month luter than a year ago. Frank Flumlev of N'orthrlekl leaves next jiunuay lor (.aniuniii. in a my uei- .. .. ,r .... ... ewt " the Methodlst ueneml confer once whlch convenes In Is Angeles ilay , Mrs. Itltn Malletto, a nurse. was sen- teneed t" two years In state prlson In the clty court nt Hurllngton Monday, for steallng a watch from Mrs. J. A. Jordan. '' whom she had heen omployed. Tho isstie of JT.'0 of miinlelpal Vionds , to pay tho tlonting ittdebtt dnrss of Hur- llliKt'iti and to tomplcte the now llbrnry and now strot was awarded to Merrlll . Uldram k. Co.. of Boston, at 107.079. J.'ickson Isham. 64, was fatally Injured ln n runaway accldent In South Hurllng 1 ton roeontly. He was thrown from hls carriage nnd sustalnod Internul Injuries, ln adfhtlon to two hrokcn ribs. a dislo r.itd shouldor and dlslocntod wrist. lle was taken to the Mary Fletcher lmspltal In l!ui lltigtoii, where l.ts denth occurred four das Intor. Thomns lifina, "0, for years the head her ohject of study. of the wholosile grocery flrm of Thomas Nobody ls without a perennlal ri'sourco D.ina .Vr Co.. In Boston, dled at hls home i from ennul who can flnd refuge from dull In Nowton. Mass.. Frlday nlght. lle was ! ness. and solaco for paln and forget ful a natlve of Springfleld, thls ktate. and ( noss. und solsce for paln and lorgetful liogtn hls tiuslnoss career In Boston In i book. Tho loxer of books is to ln- con 1SS0. lle is survlved by hls secoml wlfe crratulntwl. for. w h.itevor ma b.- tl,.- st.it. and three chililren. one of whom. W. F ' Dana, Is a member of the Massnchusott Senate W. It. Aldrlch. n lawytr in llnrton. was arresled recently and taken to St. Johns biir' whee he wns chareed wlth gamb ling. Ho furnished ball and was bound oer to tho eounty eourt. It Is allogod thnt he H.m JS0.50 from a St. Johnsbury mini in a pokor gamo. thnt he colh-cted l1. and that hls attempt to secure the remalning $22.50 led to the serlng of lecal paiters. Iellert Klng and Perley Grant of Har ton Indlng nre. ln Jall In Newtwirt charged with burglarizlng McOairmnid & 7.7..u. c V. ' ...... . - .-. . - ... .............. v ... " ' ltarton Ijtndfng Tuesday nlght. About 115 was taken from Trombly At Cotton's store, and from Newiwrt a check was Molen whlch Klng attempted to cash in Hartfin lindtng. The man who was run over by the Hoston & Malno traln two mlles from Newport Thursday morning was Fred l Foy, 2C, of Derby, who leaves n wlfe 1 and three chlldten lio hnd been em- ployed In the railrond roal sheds. A ro- volver was found near hlm wlth two chambers empty. There were suspiclous marks on hls head. Wllllain Merritt, who was with hlm Thursdny morning, wns nr rested and placed In Jall to uwalt a hear- Ing. Four burglars broke Into the Ilradfotd 1 post ofllce between 2 nnd 3 o'clock Tues- i day morning, hlew open the snfe, securod j J100 in currency nnd stamps to tho vnlue i of J3o and snfely made their escape nll ; beforo the oyes of a woman who llved i , a'one nenr tho olllce, but who wns unable tn Klve an alarm. The burglars were ! evldently professlonals. They gnthered their tools, and hlankets to dea.len the sound of the explosion from places ln the vlllage. John Orillln, 52, of Islnnd Pond, made n mistake wiiich cnused hls llfe recently In IlastlngH, Mo., where he wns ln the omploy of the Wlld Itiver I.umber com pany. Ile returneil from tlio woods, suf fering with n eold, and took a bottle whlch he supposed contnliied a cough mlxture and swallowed n tloso according i to dlructlons. Tho medleino wns a prep- i nrntlon for horses, nnd the polson caused hls doath in 40 mlnutes. Hu luaves n wlfe and eight children. Flio cnused about $20,000 loss Satur day morning In the new block in Middle bury owned by Frank Dyer of Salisbury. K. A. Ayers, n broker, who had apart inents on the second lloor, dlscovered the flre nbout 5.30. Tho bulldlng wns tllled with smoko and the flremen wero nt work two hours boforo tho flre was under control. The goods ln the bulldlng were so badly soaked that they aro of little value. On the lirst lloor was tho store of Allcn Calhoun & Sons, hardwaro and plumblng nnd C. F. Rich, Jeweler and stntloner. Tho second iloor contalncd Mr. Ayer's olHco nnd Mlss U A. Goodrich's mllllnery store. On the thlrd floor were tho rooms of Lnke Dunmore lodge, I, O. O. F. Mr. Dyer had $9500 Insurance on the bulldlng. NEWS IN BRIEF. Texas Holds World's Record. Tho 12-lnch gim crcw of tho batlleshlp Toxbs now liolils the world's record for fnst nnd nrcurate work, snntehlng the Inurels from bntlloshlps Wlsconsln and laiunm, iKtwoon whlrh shlps there was a dlsputo as to the champlonshlp. The Toxas coneludoil he'r prnctlco In th" gulf Frlday nnl came into l'ensacoln harbor. when It is mnilf known that sho had nn average of aliout S9 lor cent. hlts. whlch Is about 2 per ccnt. better than that of tho Wlsconsin, whlch vessel has ln-en heralded nspossesslngtheprlze gun rrews of tho nnvy. Thls record Is nlso better thnn that mnde by the Alalmmn, whlrh wns thought to be the world's record. nnd I far nhcad of the tlagshlp Konrsnrge. Wlth her 12-inch plooes tlio Texas made In one strlng of shnts 11 hlts in 10 mlnutes. more thnn n hlt n mlnuto. This wns wlth the fnrward 12-lnch gun. nnd wlth the nfter 12-lnch plece 10 hlts were mnde nut of 11 shots In 10 mlnutes. Wlth her six-lnrh pleces the Texns also cnrrleil off the hon ors from nll thnt can be lonrned. Her genernl nverago Is sald to be hlgher than was ever before made by a navul vessel Kight terons wero klllod nnd 33 were Injuted In tho wroek of a passenger traln on tho Mexlcnn Central rallroad Tuesdny. The Imporlnl I'alnco nt Seoul, Korea, wns completely dcstroyed by tlro Thurs d.iy nlght. The I'mpcror nnd hls sulte oscaped. An avnl.ineho from the Spltz Horn In the Swlss Alps swept away the hamlet of Muehlback at 2 0'1'lork Tuesday morn ing. The people were all nsleep and 1T, were kllhd. Captaln Davld I'. Wheelcr and for poral Hovm lt. of the Twenty-second In fniit'y. weie stnbbeil by Mnros whllo re connoltcrlng nlong the Tarara rlver. In tho l'hlllppim s. Tho rapt.in is .le.ul and the rorpoi.il eannot reroxer. Two women ind four rhlldren .were burned to denth In their hoino In nn up Pr tenomont at Oarrott. r.i., in tho eaily liours of Tuesdiy morning. It Is bo lleved that thls flre horror h.is somo eon neetlon wlth a strlke of roal mlners whlch i hns hocti In progress nt 5arrett for the last flvo months. Hrar-Admir.il Capps. rhlof ronstructor of tho nnvy, who has gone to IVnsacola to Insrect the Mlssourl, nt oneo will look in to the nuention of enulpplng the turrets wlth liottoms. Turrets on the wnr shlps ' of foreign navles are flttod wlth n swlng I lng tmttom. whlrh closrs when the eharge has leeii holsted, and the faet that the maln explislon on thc Mlssourl occurrod , In the hanilllng room, tho burning pow- '' ',av lng dropred from tho turret, has revived the crltir.sm of our Isittomless turrets. Yasslll Verestchain, the notnl Hus slar. imlnter of war plrtures. wns the guest nf Admirnl Makaroff and ierlshod wlth hlm when tho lll-fatod Potrna lo vsk sank off I'ort Arthur. Verestrh.tgin as edueated In the nnvnl srhool. from whlch ho graduated wlth flrst honots lle soon leslgned. hottever. to d ote hls llfo to nrt. lle lied umong the hordes ln tho f'nurislnn mountnln- nnd In Persla and Armenla, studiod In 1'iris under florome. and achleved groat f ime In tho Tureo-Ilusslan wa,r of 1S7T-Tv lle was the reclplent .1 few years ago of tho Noliel prlne of 0 000, awardod tu tho Norweglan parllament for the t -t Ide i of prm arlng dlsannament ln Eun iie .nnl promotlng general penoe. On.- nf ln--most reront works wns a taig r'im i de'ilctlng the clmrge of tho Ho iuli Hid up San Juan hill nenr i-nnM.i'jn Thi was palnted at Fort Meor, n, ir W ii -ington, after a islt to tho tl 1 1 of . n nnd eonsultation wltli 1're.snlent li - velt and other o!!!reis of the war. The Compnlon5hip of Books. "I am nover lonoly." s.ud a wom.m -cenily. and her bright fm .inl ch. n nmnner tostlflod to the slneenty if h. r words. Yet sho llved niu li ilon. ,m t had fw compnnlons in ih, hoi.s. ,.- 1 vlsitors from without. IJut r r."i' , were many. Flrst cnmo h i whlch were cared for llke liihi or llke children. with lovlng .1 11. i. : tl.ln plants were moved fiom one pomt ( t. tajte to annthor, sot In sunn l't.-. wateri'd. tho de.id leaves snipp. 1 off. t. ground lonined or enrlched iho.it tl . ( toots. and altogether a large p.,rt of tt. morning was gone before the plant f tnii'.v ! had Ix-on properly dlsnosed of for tl.o j ilay. Then her dog Fluff nnd her i-.in.u -I O'-eupled her attentlon. and liet c.ni.--i pondenco flllcd many hours. She h ni ' neer atwndnned the hahlt .f study 1 i formed In her youth, and eveiy nfter- 1 li'Min h.nl Its allotment of tlme gien to art. lltcrature, or erltlcism; to Knglis'i 1 hlstory or to her Oerman, whlrh slo 1 loved tho more the longer she m.i.le It of hls flnanres. the fnonle w.lutne i.in be obtatiied from a libr.iry or bonow.d I from n frlcml. nnd if money be Judn -lously saved and oxi-ndoil, tlo g.xxl lnuik ! may now und tUen bo securod by put - I ehnse. nfter whlch It lierom.s a pr.Hiou- ( iiulixidii.il M.sossliin. The woman who was nover lonely loved bimks. and they I I were hor f.unlllar frlonds. some of them. I ! worn and old nnd shahhy, hnd summeii d , ; and wintered with her so long the.it tho ; fltt.d Into every mixl and sympathtztd wlth lur so it Stfomod ns lf they were ! sentlent belngs. And, indeed. so much liook that who shall say these weie not b.Mk's thnt who shall say thcso wi'iv not ' the most stnuuch of comrades, as they weto the most endurlng of resources? , , iinznr i Ulaip.rs nazat. Fertlllzer Bulletln. The Vermont experlment htation will ciistt ibnte shortly after Aprll 1st one of Its two annual fertlllzer bulletlns. Thls will be tho smnller one. The maln one eannot U Issued untll about Jutio 1. Thls lssue will contain annlyses and flis-cus-lon of values. Thls bulletln may be obfilncd without eharge by wrltlng for Lullitln 107. Petsons who wish to rec.le futuio issuis. without chnrgo. should nsk that their n.imes be plactHl on the mniliiig llst. A postal cnrd addressed Kxperi ment St.ition. lUirlington, Vt . si.iting de ire. is sullirn nt Dlpfohes nnd snlf'ly reniovcs etono ancl pravd red nd white) froia tlie Kiiliieys and llladder, thus re.lrvlng tlie paln of Kidney Collc and avolding the etirteon'a knife, C'al ciirahohcntprt'ients tlie forniatlou of uric arld ln tlio lllood and corrrcts thonocondi- dnce Oout polwininRSnd ltueu matiim. Cal-curu bolrtavt la Dr, David Kennedy's New Medicine It expels gall etones, glvea health to the Llver and curcs hilloiiB collc and constlpatlon. Dr. Davld Kenncdy e.ild of lt, "Cal-cura Solvent li the oatcome of my long ixpcrieneoa&aruyslclan and Sorfieon and I conlder ltthcp;reatct achlcvcment of my life." ' Wrlte to the Cal-cura Company, Kennedy Itow, Htndout, N. Y. for a f reo eample bottle. lrge bottles 11,0ft, All drugglnts. Remerabcr : Only one Dr.Davld Kennedjr evcr llved ln Rondout, Clty of Klngton, N.Y., and bo buto you get hls ntu and latttt medicine, Cal-cura Solvent, For the Kidneys, Liver and Blood. 1 solvent ! Our homcs cro Our cloihcs aro For our molhors uso a Brilliancy and purity are appreciated by cvery womart who washes ir the "Sun lirjht way." Sunlight Soap makes wash ing bright and lincns white. Try Sunlight once, in. ihe " Svinlifjht wacy" that's all. The soap of economy and pQjrfection. ASIC FOR "LAUNDRY" SHAPE SUMLIGHT Whiskey and Beer Habit PERMANENTLY CURED BY "ORRINE," ABSOLUTELY SAFE, SURE AND HARMLESS. Physicians prononnce drunkenness a disease of the nervoas syttem, crcatlng a morbld crarlng fur a stimalant. Contlnued iadnlgence ln whiskey, beer or winc cats away the Etomach lining and HBpeflcs the digestlve organa, thns destroylng the digestion aad roiottig thc health. No "will power" can heal thc laflamed stomach raembranes. "ORKIKE" permancntly rcmovcs the craving for llnnor by acting dlrectly on the affected nerves, restoring the stomach and dlgcstlvc organs to normal condltlons, lmproving the appctite aad restorlnf thc health. Can be glven eecretly lf desired. Cure Effected or Money Refunded. Ask yourdruggist vhom you kno-j what hethinks of ORRINE; he will indorse our statements as truthful in every rcspect. If ORRINE fatls to cure we will refund you every penny paid for it as cheerfully as we took it. Tio Sanitarium Troatment or Publicityl No Absonco from homo or loss of timo! Mothcrs. wtves and sisters, you eannot cure tbose who are afflicted with this most terriblc of all diseases by your fervent prayers, or eyes red with tears, nor by your hope that they may stop drinkinf-. lt can be done only with ORRINE. Vou have the remedy will vou uscit ? If youdcsire to cure without the knowledge of the patient, b"v ORRINE No. 1: if the patient desires to be cured of his own free will, buy ORRINE No. 2. Full directions found tn each package. Prico $ I pcr box. r'TS ""c gla,,ly furni-ih a tr atment free of costto any physiclan c52rfy i"-- t j d(j;ior-trat that Orrine is a positive speciDc for drunkeaacss. cJ2( All Correspondonce Confldential. I . '- .-: book Treatise on Drunkenness and how to Cure it write to THE u:-i.M:ii. CO., INC WASHIHGTON, D. C, or call on BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY, Brattleboro. CARTEtfS PlTTLE fll iver taH n pills. M CURE Blck Ileadache and rchcvo all tho tronhlM lncl dent to atillous suteof tho ej-tcm, euch as Dizzlnetm, Nausea, DrowstneM. Dlstrea after eatlng. l'alu la tho Slde, ic. Whllo their most remarkaMe euccoss haa been ehown ln curlng SICK Hca.Uchp, yet Cartcr'a Little LlTer rills are KjuaUy aluablo In Constlpati n. curing and pro- cntins thls annrjinKC imrlaintwhlle they alio r 'm'rtallditorJi rs t theaomachtimulatetha litcr and regulato tho howels. Even lf they only HEAD Ache they vrntild bo almos t prlceless to thoso who suCVrfrom tlnsdutressingconiplalnt; butforta nately their godnesd'X'S nntendhere.aad thoso who oace try them will flnd these little pills valu able lnso many ways that they will not be vll llcg to do without them. Ilut after all sjck hea4 ACHE la tho bane of so many llves that hero ls whera wemaVeourgreatboast. Our pllla cure K whllo others douot. Carter's Littlo liver Tllls aro very small and very eay to take. One or two plUs make a doso. They are Btrlctly vegetable and do not grlpe oi purue, but by their gentle action pleaso all who uno them. In vtlat25cents ; flveforll. Sold by druggisU everywhere, or sont by malL CARTER MEOICINE C0., New Yotk. ikll M, Small Dose. Small Price. Central Vermont Railway Co. Southern Dlvlslon. Effectlve October 11. 1803. Tralns leave Brattleboro as follows: 5:23 a. m. dally for Springfield, week tlays for New York. 7.25 a. m. week days for New London; connects at Mlllers Falla for Troy; at I'almer for Boston. 7:50 n. m. week days for South London derry. H 07 n. ra. week days for Sprineflcld and New York. 10:15 a. m., week days for Mlllers Falls and Hoston. 2:27 p. m. week days for Springfield and New York. 1:35 p. m. week days for New London nnd New York vla. Norwich Llne steatnera; connects at Palmer for Bos ton. 4:35 p. m. dally for Springfield and New York. 3:54 p. ra., Sunday only for Springfield nnd New York. 5:45 p. tn. week days for South London derry. Stibleet to chanpe without notlce. E. H. FITZHUGII, Vlce Presldent and Genernl MnnnKer. J. E. BENTLEY, General Passenger Agent. Boston & Maine Railroad Co. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. In effect Oct. 11, 1903. Tralns leave Brattleboro, northbound: 11:05 n. m. for stntlons to Windsor, Lan caster, St. Johnsbury, Newport, Sher brooke, Montrenl. vla. C. P. 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