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v: 1.S0 A YKAK. 13.00 IF NOT PAP ' AUTANCB. Lei all the ends thou aimest al be thy Country'!, thy God's aed Triith'. TIIKKK tXMS PICK COI'V. VOLUME XXV. BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT, TUESDAY. JULY 2, 1901. NUMBER 97. WAVTKD. ANTKD-At onee Saleslady. J. J.. MA- K.ll WANTKD-A woman to do general home work In .man family. Comfortable home a.d Kood wijes. Con linden and Co.iinu ... ASHIE L. Uollll. 117 ANTED A bright, active young man, to 1.7.,.. i.nlBr'. wairon. Must nave mji ' reference, as to honesty and w'riman irmilovment and good wane" to the rlgm man. New lork City. tO CMAH -1T-A"Tltl. W MK8.ABKIEE. SMITH Washing and Ironing to do. jlic.llttru.uu i . W-tf t3ENl vonr address to Hit. K. K. Johnston, 77 Vroat St.. and he will come to your real deuce and remove your teeth a pain, .i-tr. WANTED-Stook to pasture, also ciistooncra for Fresh Eggs. W. E. ADAMS, ti if West Brattleboro. Vt. llTANTFh- W dross Ho.x Second-hand Typewriter. :b, Urattiouoro Ad. 7'2tf , Customers for quantity of choice hv. bulk. Inquire at v alley Ghain Co.'s Office. a tf It pax you. Itln irantof carriage or sleigh painting, to call at comer o So. Main and Canal St. or Mock mil, stable. First class work. O. B. liamsev. XANTED WOO L. W Highest Market Price Paid. E. H. DAVENPORT, "West Brattleboro, Vt. S50 REWARD For Information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who took awav the doors and windows and other property and Injured the buildings on my farm premises l Ma...u0UTTLEi BrMUebor0i v,. June 24. lWd. Mtf ORGANS ! If vouare lnle rested and would like to own one see our advertisement ou another page of this vatier. It tells how to get one ol the lead, log makes at Manufacturers' prices. C. W. STEWART, Manufacturers' Agent, Brattleboro, Vt. TO RENT. T IdltKNT New cottage. 1 rooms and barn. oeruioe, Lu.e .-sinmuru. A. V. Hot KWEi.i,, Brattleboro, Vt. u IIBNT Onlv one left. Desirable Tene ni ut. rear ill Ulgh street. Inquire in oak :., Wtf rrKKKNT. Cottage, fully furnished, with jam and ho it. near Hllverdale at Lake. App F. II, ltKowN, Brttltleboro. M If TlKKNT S room house on Canal Street, sicam heat, hot and cold water and all niotfu improvements. VS tf Eduktt & Co. PsTURINQ for stock, cows or horses. Si oit Fakm. East Duinmerston. W 4t Ti HUNT. Kooin 58 In tilery Building, m rth corner room overlooking river, mouu taliiu'l Main street. Steam heut, running wr. A lo a small adjoining room tf wunled. Suhlj'e for ollice or apartment. Reasonable r Apply to A. L. Mavnauu, Koom 20. tsnf Terrace si reel, to be vacated by K. F. I.elt nt, as lie leaves town, mm icouj wuiiu Aiini'leru Improvements, one best tenement. Jj mi. ti tf CHA8. MlSKB. ff)KKNT. Boom 2B, Cilery Building, over 1 looking river and mouulaln. Steam heat. m,:nir water, very light, airy and atirnc- h, llcasonabie rents. Also a small connect. Ingin'in I' wanted. Apply to A. 1.. Bii a). Mavnauii, butt m I . .irnpr nitlccft suitable for anv lnislni'SH, Ov ks Main street. Very attractive, light and air pinning water, gas aud electrics. Apply to A. . Mavnakh, Koom 20. muf 1 KEMT. Five floors In Cilery Building ninex, suitable for storage or light inami iig. Each tloor contains l'Joo Hipiare reel, ihted and all modem appliances. Apply to 1-. Wavxakh, lloom -0, mhi ftitn'h FOR BALK. FOR WALK OK KK.VT-llulHllig suitable for shop or storaKf. Hear of Hooker, Ccr ser .4 Mitchell's. Imiulrc of 11. B. Hals, llronka House l'harmacy. liT- ilu FOK WALK-A second hand Chlckorlng I'l ano. Molern, lirst elats condition, nearly as good as new. Will be sold for less than one third Its cost. Address llox 6S4, Urattlcuoro.Vt S7-tf FOH MAI.K The grass on the grounds of the Laura .1. ilasklns homestead. H7-tf M. .1. JIokan, Ailiidnlstrator. FOH HA l,c. One single Iron wheel truck, and one two horse Iron wheel truck. Bolli nearly new. Also one tew sulky rake, Iron wheels. C. E. Gii.mas. 11' t WANTKO Ladles can get their Skirts cleaned, pressed and rebound, also plain sewlnu. No. ."Ml Elliot street. if-M ITIOU NAI.K cine woik Horse, aged 10, : weight Mon Il. Can be seen at work at the tniarrles. Will exchange che:p for good lio.se hay. Fti Hiiuekh, West Ouunneretoii Mlf OK MAI.K. A nice lop buggy, inquire of boro, Vt T7II IJ GrxN A Co. or F. D. Williams. Brattle. fit tf F OH SALE An Ideal Cash Register; new and In perfect condition. A bargain. Ad dress "l,"care Reformer. 73 if FOR 8At,K-Cheai Second hand SO II. I'. I'prlght Murine Kngllio 14x14 cylinder, till driving puller. All In good order. Joim Takt. West Duiumerslou. 43lf STKAM SAW AND SHINOLK MILL, For Kale Ample power; near Station; plentv of tlmhur; no other mill In vicinity. Of fered' at a very low price. Address Box 422, Kceiie, N. H. etf-lufr Tie Lawn Mower Season NEARLY PAST-THE BALANCE ( F MY STOCK WILL HE SOLI) AT A BAKOAIX. Itlquarters for Awnings Tents, reens. Clothes Reels, Wringers, Ironing .his, etc., or Cash ! For Cash ! Ml. Screws. Poultrv Netting, Fly Screen Wi l ls. Scoon .shovels. Folks. Hoes Ac. U' -ell on small margin for cash. Call and SBviyourself money. DON A. WILDER. ;1 Shop, 40 Elliot St. THE PROFESSIONS. Attorneys at Law D.i,.a I.. s)tp and Federal Courts Ver mont.Massnchusette, New Ilampshln ami New TorK. 12 and 14 Cilery Building. . i4-tf -nrns . HOOKF.B, DK.H nee L. W ATERMAS, 41 Elll't St. nours : 12.:;0 to 2 30 4 ti to 8 I. M. Of. 4Mt WATERMAN &. MARTIN, Attrnevs at ' Law, Bank Block, Brattleboro,tt. w Jl.v E ARE BUYIN( WOOL W. F. Richardson & Co. tj,l!l. t4-tf JULIUS C. TIMSON. HE.L ESTATE AGENT & ;ACCTIONEKH ! Satisfaction Guaranteed. i 16 Jnion Block, Claremont, N. H. i Kstabllshed IVd. Long Dl. Telephone. n-v ktistiiy in all Us branches, 'ecth ex. I J traded without nam. U. Kimead, l. ; P. S-. w i a(..iu airect. Ui-Uf Gf BARKER, V. D. S., Colon Block, over oreene's ilrug store, Brattletro, Vt. JMES COXLA.VD, M. D., PhysldT and Surgeon, nraitleboro, Vt. Ollice in roaby B'ock. Residence, No. 3 Walnut St. itBce nours from 8 to 6 a.-m., 1 :30 to 3, and 7 to p. m. J.1KFD B. PISiGREE, Attorney andoun i selor at Law, Solicitor and Matter In han tery. Collections promptly made. Clieste vt. DUE" LYNCH, office and resides. 40 Elliot St., Brattleboro, Vt. Office ho , t to 10 a. m 1 to 8 and 7 ton p.m. al- GBO. II. GORHAM, M. D. Whltiy Block, Main Street, Brattlelic.ro Peace amlted to the deseaees of the Eye, Ear, Thr, and Nose. Office hours, :30-12; 1 p. m.-. Tv. cays and Friday only. Kemalndor of week, BejiowBjjills JOHN K. QALE, Attorney at I,aw, Gullfor Vermont. 19-10tufr Arthur h. h. lewis, d. v. s. Veterinary Surgeon. bridnato Western Veterinary College, Kai.Niit. City, Mo. Surgery In all Its Branches. Tl Oillce at C. ephono .1?-2 U3-2t:t S. STOCKWEI.I.'S STAB'.i; Rear Cr tby l!;oi k. DR. P. . PETTEE, Dentist, Block. Orer Holden's drug store. Cro.b; W4tt CARL F. CAIIM, TAILOR. Altering anil Repairing of Laille' anil Men's Garments. (Cleaning and press :ng. Authorized Agent lor Lewando's Dye Co. !') Wtlder's Improved Coat Hangers. 117 Main St. Brattleboro M. D., 18 North Main street. Rraitieimro. Office Hours unui 1 to '2 :30 p. m. ; 6 :S0 to 6 p f S. PRATT, 4Hf UBEMONT HAMILTON, M. D. -Office and Residence, No, S4 North Main Street. Hours until 8 a. m.; 1 to 2.30 and early evening to 7.30: Sundays. 1 to 3 p. m. Telepnone call. '7 MERCANTILK. r-ILAPP JONES, v Fancy Woods. KS, DOOEI, ivi"ri Pictures and Framing. 12yl BARROWS. CO., wholesale and retail dealers In Coais of all kinds. Office No. 33 laals Street. Brattleboro 12y. TRADES. BRATTLEBORO CUSTOM LAl'SHRY, M Elliot St., Goods called for and deliv ered. Lace curtains a specialty. Telephone connection. 4iy BRATTLEBORO STKA.H CARPET Cleaning Works, 8 Flat St, E. B. 1 nomas, Proprietor 32ylfr ; lOHN DUKLEVY, Cuetom Tailor, Ryther Jt Biock, up one Bight. Cleansing, impairing ltd Pressing done at short notice. 14wlv mil ii. JACOBS, Hon Shoeing and Jobbing. Canal St. wyl HALL. Carnenter and Slater. er In slate. 24 Clark street. Deal 241 f INSURANCE. C. K. R. JENNE, Succeseor to Sherman A Jenne, ESTABLISHED IN 1S67. I nre, Mutual Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Km- overs Liaoiiitr. r.ievar.or, iianxoru r. jlier. Tornado. Indemnity and Surety Bonda i,u-i lorth German Llovd S. S. Co. -tutr or Sale) at a Discount ew W. W. PUTNAM & CO. Organ e our advertisement elsewhere In this paper C. W .STC WART. Brattleboro. Vt favlou seen our Sihmer Dialav? lliing sanctioned liy the mode It omits season lou can lJe from our models or have a vi;.etrimnio order. vVe have w f:lniv trlnimcd hats for lildren carr)Ver from last Summer Prices then e v, Jl, j.2.-i. fl.30. Now u can have ;one of tliem for .W. Iut receive! ot nf untrimmed white IS outing Baower,., fancy silks, &c DONNBL & DAVIS. For Sale. BEST G It DC E It 1 E S of all kinds. Special 3 lb. Cherry Prunes for 2c. Straw berries and other fruits. Telephone call H- i. e;i.tf J. K. lll sllNK.I.L. .'0 Flat St. por Sale at a Oiscount New WILCOX & WHITE Organ See our advertisement eleewhcre In Ilils paper. C. W. STEWART, Brattleboro, Vt. FARMS FOR SALE. If yon want to trailc for r f:irm or'other real psLatc, or If you hitve any to sell Jet me hrar from you. Atf J. A. MlJ.l.hit, Kan DummeratuD, Vt. For Sale, My Farm of altout 50 acres, J 1-2 miles from Hruttlettoro centre. Gmxl tiulNHntra antt plenty of wood anl tlmntr. CouM be easily mailu to keep 2 or IS row an 1 nupitiy a milk route. A chance soUlom oflernl to Rwurea farm an'! irood home bo near the vl'i.ife limit. Inquire of :.tf W.ti. lOOI-lTTLK, liratueboro, Vt. For Sale. One new two-story 1 loupe on Pleasant St., ten rooms, Crowell watVr to bouse ami coniierieil with sewer. Land feet liont. Itt feet tiack x!ao f-ume gooi lot- to but hi on and some other good jiroperty for c;tlt I'aJI uni seo property. Must be soM. C. VV. WAKD. 12 Pleasant Hi. t4 tf Uratilfboro, Vt 7" OST-Mfrht Sack Coat; Under plcnxfl leave XJ ftt Atnencau iioutc hbu recirve rewnni, i7-Jt C ts. WILKIN. Hammocks. Hammocks. We want to close oul our entire stock of Ilaminockx jefore duly lOtb, and shall if prices will do it. We have sold over .10 hammocks, and when present nick Is none shall feel satisfied for this season. Are you oneof the ftrtuuate ones to pick up a kir'aiti when offered!' Oak Chamber Sets ! Some new tlcsitrns. aud at mid summer prices tint will tempt jour purse. These nodi will he .'0 per cent, higher next Kail. Extension Tables. Watch for jur ad next week. Retting Bros. BAILEYS REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sells KTirythlng. Address TP. J. BAILEY, itythcr Klmk. Ilr.ittli lioro, . Vt. Wanted 15 or 20 Lit od, ta.-li ciiHtome'.s. AT ONCE ! Iieup Farms tor CiUNN & CO. AUCTION SALE ' -OK REAL ESTATE! OX TilK I'RKMISES, IX HINSDALE, N. H.. Bela ying to WM. LYNCH, Tliursday July II, 1001, 2 p. in. Large 2 1-J-tory House and Harn and two acres of Lain. Uood chance for Home or In vestment, i S. W. fDGETT I CO.Jgts. REAS0S fwk INSURANCE I A younv partner in a !)uines firm can insurt his firm interest by Insur ing his lift. Firms can insole against loss of annrtuer in like y. Fam ilies of tiru meiuben can be protect ed, iiremums belli charged to ex pense UCi'ttll.t. (CoriesKindeine Soliciteil.) Sadavga Springs urn;ii am, vt. Hotel (ipen May lotli, 1901. For Translat amt Summer (iueets. GootI ilv- ery In connetlon. Guehte will be met at the train. Teli Lione rouneiiion. Itatee reasonable. S5.l3tu j CEO. R. WHIPPLE, Prop. TAYLOR & SON, Ccn'l Agents, BRATTLEBORO. VT. ELEVEN KILLED BY LIGHTNING IN CHICAGO. PARI Y (r IITHKKi hUlUllrtjUKLTE.lt KKOH BTOR.V. A H-Y.r-Olil Boy (lie Only One Who K. apcil four Men and hevtn Hoy. V ictim. CbicaRo, III, July 1 Crowded to gether in a little zinc-lined sbHnty under a North shorn pier this after coon. 10 boys and young men and one older peraon mot instant dc'itb by liabtninp;. The tiotims bad I een tliib injc and bBtliitig in Lnlco Mihigan at the foot of the Montrose boulevard, oo tbe north aide. The belt struck the pier where they were sheltered, ami all were thrown into the lake. A jolicemmi attracted to the pier by the crashing timber?, found it impossible to rescue any nf tbe victim?. Tbe heavy timbers of too pier hsd been Blint tered aid tbe whole structure- top pled into tbe ler. lie hurried to a ratrcl box and called for assistance. Nearly half an hour elapsed before the aid arrived. The work of rocovcrint; tne bulii'3 was extremely dillicult, but nnalln all were carried ashore. Op. preecd by tbe extreme heat the boys bad Rore in Imthing. When the rain bezan to fall act! it. became evident a sevtre electrical storm was cmninu, they rushed to Rhelter they bad built on the pier. Willie Anderson, 12 jimrs ol'1, whs tbe only survivor of ibe shock which followed a moment later. To the policeman he gave a bare idea of tho terrible ending to an hour's sport, ar.d then flitted, Ho was cur ried to a neaiby bouese, where medi cal a,sistance whs rendered. Tbe fatal stroke was the most powerful experi enced at Chisago in years. The pier whs instantly demolished, giving tho boys tot the sligheat chance of escate. OVKKCO.rtE BVOAS IX TTSKKI.. Iloo.ac Track Walker Founil l Dying CodiIIiIod-HI. Llotbx. Ila.l Taken Fir. From 111. Torch anil II. YVa. T.rrllily Utirn.tt. North Adams, .July 1 -James (.Hllick. r2. was found in lloosc tunr.el early this morcing in a dying condition. He was a night track wolker and some time during the night was overcome by gas. In falling his clothes caught tire from his torch and he was borribl,' burned about the left side, arm and leg. He died at the hospital this afternon at 4 o'clock. He leaves a familv. to From IMinley Town. Canton, O., June 23, im. Mil. It. K.Misiri:, I tPAK Si i! : The TOILETINE received nil iu cood condition. We use it for nlinost all uilmenls. ami feel as if we could not keep house without it. I think It a won derful remedy for relieving Inflammation: have never had anything so satisfactory; it does all you claim for It. It is simply Great for Corns and sore feet. Sincerely yours. Thus. T. Smmu. 2 Springfield Avenue. ASSURED SUCCESS!!! AMERICANS CAUGHT LOOTlXti Anil T.rrortzlnc Town-C.ught by Chloric Company auit UruuK'n I'cklll. I'ekin, July 1 Five men, culling themselves Auierii'Kn. Were captunM by t'liinese lroois in a town fifty miles from I 'ok in Bin', were turned over to Maj K H liobitison, couimandcr of (lie United States! legation guard here lo dny. Tb me wit urine tt and deniand'.") 5.do(j taels from the keeper of a pawn shop. They gut ,1W taels anil filled live carts with "plunder. Then they began shooting, net knowing the town was occupied by one bundled Chinese troops. The I'nited iSuics legation was noti fied aud the quintette brought in. All parts of I'ekinlocctipied by llrit ish for police purposes were turned ov er to-day to the Chinese authorities. The foreign ministers will meet Wednesday, July ;. UEWKV AND SAMPSON PRIZE MO.tEY Court Hold. That V....I. Sunk and Aftcrw.nl K.Med Ar. Prlz. Properly. Washington, July 1 Justice l!rad!ey has announced bis decision in the suit of Admiral liewey ou behalf of bis otlicers aud men for prize money growing out of the destruction of the Don Juan de Autria, Isla de Culm, Isla rie Luzon and other Spanish vessels in the Manila liay engagement. He holds that all the ships which were funk and afterward raised, refitted and placed in the I'uited States service were prize property and that the captore were entitled to prize mocey equal to one-half the value ol the ves sels. The captors, he holds, are also en titled to one-half the value of tbe guns, ammunitions and other property taken from the Spanish vessels sunk or de stroyed iu the engagement. HOTTEST EVER KNOWN AND GROWING WORSE. TIIICItMOMF.TEH Jl'MPRO 10 DKIiltKKS Y KMT Brit) AY The Local Blory of Sw.lt.r .nil Hlzzie Hir..il. Nearly Ml llv.r ire Conniry Falallllr. t.qual to Tho.e ol a Ills Bat lie Violent KI.elrlcal Nmroi. ul Vr. i. Holm. Prediction, for To day and To- morrow. rne sum oav or the not sue l. un precedented for severity and duration, is cow upon us, and growing worse. The thermometer at noon to-day stood 101 at Mr W II Childs house, 10 degrees hotter than yeeterdry and the highest it. hag ever been since he has kept the records. At other points in the village it is reported as high, as 1U7 and ins in the shade, way beyond anything within thermeiinry of the oldest Inhabitant. liy MrJC'hllds' record. Friday showed !i" degrees, Saturday 94, Sunday 93, yesterday 91 and to day 101. Wnat has made the strain worse, especially Saturday, is tbe humidi'y which has ranged from f)2 to 79. Heat prostrations are not so numer ous as might be expected, because people are sensibly keeping in out of the sun. I'eter Olcotl was prostrated at the depot oal sheds this morning. I'eter Jbiprpy. a logman, was found by Dr E It Lynch, last evening, on Ver non street, where ha had lain all day suf fering from a sunstroke, the second one he had received within a few days. He was taken to the hospital, and this morn ing he was fairly comfortable. Friday, Peter I'cllerin was overcome at I l Taft's but laid off In season so that he sullered only a short time. Merrill Adams, at work on the Slack place, also guttered in the same way temporarily. There are many similar cases, but tone srrious. so far as now know n, except the deaths reported elsewhere. -THE FOR HEALTH, COMFORT AXD ECONOMY USE OLIENE The hkbest grade of Kerorene Oil know I the American people. It I manufactured m the Ust grade of Pennsylvania Cru-M by the INDEPENDENT REFINING ,t TENS. , l.i0tet,49 3'vk 3t white,olorlesi ,xp!oive. ntroiled by any monopoly or tia-t. I rocurtil from the Oil W.oncf . A. TvF.YV.S. ' Brattleboro, Vi iO'.ittr'.f rs f or Tl tet Stove Ga?:t. CARD a THANKS. desire to expf onr heartfelt thnk to t ami neipnuor. wfriendn, eete!l.lly mem. i-oi me ror tne.r netutui neeo. n word, in onr ifer,.n,enl in the death and 11 or our Htner. t( Ahrt K N. Muu.i, rank Moras. IKKOME W. MOKAM S. W. EDGlT & CO., leal Estatelvivestments T 1 .ovr is a pH)ume to buy a J' use for invpstmft or a Home, 11 on us and ste & we have Farm?, village lt wrty, any- ' i2 on earth. S.,W. Ed-ett & Co. .ttr Great 4th CELEBRATION 8 ! AT BRATTLEBORO. Best in Vermont. BAIL GAME at Riverside Park, at 10 A. M. roiliwcu by other from, incluaiD2 Kunnins ana Jumnnis Mutches. BICi'CLE RACES at Fair Ground, called promptly al 2 P.M. Hi? field if entries. Motor Bicycles. first Regiment Band. Don't fai to make best use of this Holiday and come to Brattleltoro. Half rates on all the Railroads. I'llAFFKK ILANS TO PCSH KlftLVAK. Filipino thl.f In Southrrn Luzon to be I'nr.ncil Vtitoroti.ly. Several Filipino ollicers and DiO bo!o men have voluntarily taken the oath of allegiance at Cuiuo, proviuco of Hataan. Capt AdHins, scouting with 10 men in Albay province, has captured a Filipino captaiu and 10 loco. Ten hostile Fili pinos were killed. A detachn-t nt of the liu infantry, scouting on a volcano is laod in Lake Taal, has captcted (Joczalez, a Filipino leauer, bis adju tant and seceral others. Anctucr tie t&cbioi'nt. of the same reitueiit has had a rur.ning engagement at liuneas aoddestrojel a Kilipm stronghold. Sergeact Ilrown aid Privates Kigsby and Gattield of the cat artilery were wounded. CJen t'hatTee is pre? aring to push Malvar. the Fiiipino chief in south ern Luzon. lie has orderei tbe trans fer of tbe "th iofantrv from northern Luzon to Batangas province. The gen eral has been informed tbat Malvar'g principal headquarter are in a moun tain town in northern Tabayas. Rloadla B..H Onr. Again. The Nasbua(N H) police are trying to trace a man answering the descrip tion of Wilfred Blond in, the ChelaiB ford murder suxpect, who as! . for food and lodgiog at a house in II uu son. just across tbe border in Massa chusetts. An officer also saw tbe man and attempted to detain bim, but the suspeit got across tbe New Hamp shire border. A man resembling bim has also been seen in tbe vicieity of St Kcnt, cjue. and a detective bas fone on to investigate. Tbe area of intense heat has extended all over the country except the gulf state?, where it has been a little cooler than usual at tbis gi-ason. The losses of life have been equal to those of a good sized battle, in New York the deaths from sunstroke in the past three days, up to yesterday, numbered 50, and the cases of prostration extend up into tbe hundreds. In lioston tbe deaths num ber 11 and the prostrations 10C. In the rest of New England the deaths reported uuniber about .'10. but a small proportion of the real casualties, for many of them have occurred on fartuB and in rural districts where there is no statistical engireerv to get them re ported. For instnnce, the two or three cases that have occurred bere or in this vicinity do not figure in tha above state ment. Manchester. N II. alone had four cases of fatal sunstroks Sunday. Five dead and '21 other rrostrat ions from heut is tue mortality n II jester ilav rf liostoii. The prediction for Today anrl to morrr.w m fa r wearier aim continue.) warm. Light westerly wines. A gcod many ju?er Ciise? arp included iu the given record, like that of the wo man at Pittsburg. Pa. who. crazed by the heat, smothered her 7-months ohl tmbv and then deliberately walked sev eral blocka and committed suicide t.y jumping in the river. Among the Sun day deaths nt New York wss tb::t of the wife of ISishop Potter. In the militia review before the Governor of tbe First brigade at Framingham , Mass. Friday, one man dropped from the ranks with a severe CBse of sunstroke, and when the brigade had beed dismissed heat prostrations followed by the score, and medical aid had to be summoned in nearly Hi cases. At Bennington. Irwin Rose, who was working on a barn was sunstruck Satur day afternoon aud is iu a critical condi tlon. The coloric has focu'scd itself into a good many violent storms of a local character. At Cabot, in thi. state, the worst thunder storm ever seen there raged for two hours Friday night. Two storms gathered just above the village atd broke simultaneously, mak ing a veritable cloud burst. A river of water four feet deep ran through Main street. The bay crop in the vicinity was ruined. The ice houe ol A V Nel son was swept away and Is a total loss, and the total loss will reach many thous ands of dollars. The Cambridge Lumber company's mill in Cambridge was struck by light ning and burned F'riday night. The mill and lumber were partially insured tint the total loss has not yet been de termined. Dover, N H, was struck by a territlc storm Saturday morning. A barn owned by Uestavous h'estimann. on Prospect street, was struck by lightning anil de stroyed, together with a valuable horse. The lire department was called to the tire, and Win P Hilliard. engiueer of tire engine No 4, was prostrated with heat while returning from the tire. aLri died shortly alier being taken to bis home. Joseph Cole aod Tobias Cole were thrown from their buggy which was strucK by lightning while they were driving outside the village during the storm. The carriage was demolished, but the men and horse were not injured. Quebec. Thursday, also had the worst electrical storm of her history, which became later a torrent of hail stones. The barn belonging to Geo C Carey, a well-koown traveling man and large maple sugar dealer, was struck. It con tained 2a head of cattle and was burned to the ground. In attempting to rescue the eattle two men had a narrow escape from serious irjury. Tbe lightning also struck a tree a few rods distant from the barn under which seven of Mr Carev'a most valuable cattle worth $20iKi were standing and all were instantly killed. One of the animals was Cindy's, an imported cow, valued at ?750. Mr Carey's total loss i $7500 and he will probably receive tloOO or ."000 in surance. With all the accompanying phenome na of a (yc'ote except the funnel shaped cloud, a heavy electrical and rain stcrm swept over Minneapolis ThuraJay after noon. One woman a killed, a laundry smashed and tbe canvass of the Wild West Show levelled. In St Paul also considerable damage was done. Half a dozen people were reported injured n at NRATTLKWIRO SOI IK1Y. Tbn Unitarian s'eiety have a picnic at tVctrul Paik today. The regular meeting of the W V will be held vVedi es: ay p m o clock in ibe Y M C A parlor. IJ P Cobb and wife received many eongr-it illations yesterday on reaching ttieir 1Mb marriage anniversary. Mrs Geo II Clapp pleHan11y enter tained tde aea,bers of ber Surdity "bool class at ber ccttage at Luke Spofford yesterila). The bird rlub met last evening with Mrs John C DeWitt oo Canal street. A part of evenirg was given to Ibe study of snakei and an exhibition shown by Mrs Jenrie Powers. A pa per was read by Mrs DeWitt. There will tm an observance of the night before the Fourth at brooksitle Park Wertcesdav e eoirg with liie works and a datca with music by Leitsinger's orchestra. Tbe Park I as been ttie coolest place in town duriiig tbe recent tented terir. July ,launia. Patrick and Nellie Kvan returred Saturday from Greer field, acrompii cied by their cousins, Misses Mary and Helen Kvan, who will spend si ine tince litre. Chas Loekwocil and wife are spenoirg the we k at Springfield and Newport with her brothers.-Iler-vey Harris is also sperdiuii a part of his vacation in Springfield. Kalph liarker and wafebava gone to St Joni s bury for a visit. .Miss Flora Cattao seb bus returted from a four weeks' visit in F,srbampioo, Northampton, Amherst, llolyoke, and vicinity. W A Gould acd wife are at Spring field for a visit. Mrs II G llardie left testerday fur a sojourn at her borne in New Yi rlt. Dan stolte returted Sat urday from a week at Islaud Pond. Mrs .lobn Tucker and daughter, Ueulab, left this morning for a visit in Bristol, N H. Mrs A N Dragon of Northampton and MiBS Katie Farrell of Worcester, Mass. are guests at Wm Mettee's James Todd and son, W alter, nf Pal mer spent yesterday at J T Denning's. Mrs H F Brown is in Boston visitine her slater. Mrs A F. Wood returned Saturday from a wee In the north part of the state. P. L Gates and wife re turned yesterday from a couple of weeks at her former home in New Haven. V A Goddard and wife and Miss Alveua WalKer left Saturday for a yisii, nt, ii'unui 1.UI KH. Druggist Geo E Greene and wife re turned Wednesday frt m a fortnigtt in Hoeton. Arthur Merrill anil wife re turned Weanesday frum their visit in New York. Mrs I'avid S C'arev. nc- comrjinied by ber sister, Miss Fannie Murray, returned Saturuav from a fortnight's visit at ber former home in West Gardner, Mas9. Summering;!,. Guilford Smith and wife of Kiu'h Windhan, L'onrj, are nt the Hrmks House for a few dajs.- -Mrs N C Suw yi r of Wasbingti.r, U C, is at A H Hires', arriving last week. Mrs Geo C'Wiisoo and child are at ber home in Holland Patent, N V, fcr tbe month. Secretary Wilson wiil follow ill about a fortnight. Prtf W V Walker and fauily come tbis week from New Haven f occupy tbeir summer home. Mrs P V Ctin tors and Miss Alice Colt go this week to Cottage City where the latter will attend a summer 6chool. Miss Annie MiGovern of Nortbfield is bere for the summer. Leland Carlton and Kohtnd Osgood left today f. r Cobasset where tbey will stay a few bajs and then sail for a summer cruise. Willie Hlood of Springfield, Mass, cane Saturday to spend the summer with bis uccle. .1 S Flood. Mrs .lames K Morrill anil familv of IIol yoke. Mass, are at tier father's. lirS M He mis s, fur the summer. .Mrs F W Ketnb ami her sister. Miss Lillian Newton, left Yesterday for a foriuiglit at tilil Orchard. Mrs Nora Kenm-v ami children left last week for Oswe go, N V. where the children will spend the summer with tbeir trraudparents. Mrs Ken uey returns this week. WKDD1.U TO-.Mtilir AT BKOOKSIOE PARK. but Sn Ul.a'i H..k. nniw ver herd from is iu a serious con- But her Beauty was comolefclv hidden , riition. ly sores, blotches and pimple till she I Yeeterday was the hottest Ja 1 on used ttucklen's Arnica Salve. Then they re?onl everywhere east of the llmkUs vanished as will all Eruptions, Fever I, n(j above the gulf states. In New York Sores. KoiJs, Llcer". Carbuncles and , there were 17 deaths from mnstrcfce at,d relons Cores. guaran Jo.tlr. N.wton Will Benignly Launch th. Cooing Coon. Into Wcddeit lill.a A (V.nulnc C.c A .tw Pruar.m. The new programme last night of Hunn A IStton's Big Coon Carnival proved to be a great success at Prook sitle Park, and was much better than last week's bill. The old tims minstrel circle with tbe funny end men and the singing were features wor'h going to see and hear. Tonight will he the last opportunity to witness the rrin etre's, and immediately after the per formance a real wedoing will occur up on the stage, and thecontractirg parties. Miss Mamie .lackson and Mr Hany EatoD, members ol the company, will end a courtship of several months. They are both held in high esteem by tfce other members of the company, who have been expecting the oouplrt to try and steal a march by marrying secretly, and many broad grins ahd congratula tions came forth when the announce ment leaked out. Even Phil and Hattie, the little White children (in name only) of the company are smilirg Iubilant. Justice William II Newton will otllci ate. The last two days. Friday and Satnr day. Saturday matinee for the children. Plantation pastimes in good old Georgia. Children's matinee, o cents. Evenings, usual prices. s from its use. Infallible for Cuts, ! 147 prostrations Burns, Scalds and Piles. Curel .ntetd, 25c at Holden's drug store. comib CoctlBued ob MB page- Are You Interested In Fire, Life, Accident, Fidelity, team Boiler, Plate Glass, Burglary, Elevator, Public Liability of Employers, Employer's Liability, Landlord's Liability, Teams Liability, Automatic Sprinkler or Health Insurance? We hare liceo nme tril epsre to tell yoa ahoutlhe l:KST LIFE I.SSI KAM E l Till. WtikLlt, but we kax want to remind ou Mutt we are .rent, lor all kind, ot iBenram-e. 11. E. Tat lor & Son. btDeral Apt. tlonal Life lot uracce Co. Lrattleboro "1 ... n ,Vt.