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trormtt 1.S0 A YEAR. !l.00 IF NOT PAID IN ADVANCE. MLet all the ends thou Riincst at be thy Country'!, thy God's and Troth's. I'll It EK UKN1 M PUK COPV. VOLUME XXV. BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT. FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1901. NUMBER 98. WANTED. . 1-riTmr.NTH wlBhlntrlutorlnirln Illirh School or College Preparatory studies, apply to 1 I.OUENt K C ALLEN, TO Canal aireet. u WANTED A pood Klrl for general house, work. Good wages. Address Mkk. I..C. lioiuHTON, Deer Park, Halltax, VI. 98 It ee-r iKTvn-a bright, active vounir man. to V drive baker's wagon. Mutt have nest of references bb to honesty ami sobriety bleatly employment anil Rood wages to the rliht man. answer In own handwriting, Btailnic references to Ciias IS. ABBOTT, Ko. ftlii Eighth Avenue, Yl-st New York City. vTrAMTnn-vt'iifiiiiiiir and Ironlne- to do. W Mas. ABiHE K. Smith, Hlchardson Farm en tf SEND your address to Dr. E. r. Johnston, 7T Frost St., and he will come to your resi dence and remove your teeth mm pain. 22-lf. WANTFD-Secoml-hand Typewriter. Ad dress Box 725, ISrattlcboro 72if WASTED. Customers for quantity of choice hay, bulk. Inquire at Vat.lkv Gbain Co.'s Office. 62 tf It will, pay von. if In want of carriage or sleigh painting, to rail at corner o so. main ana uanat si. or oioca ic ell's Stable. First class work. O. B. Bamsev. XANTED WOOL. vv Highest Market Price Paid. E. H. DAVENPORT, West Brattleboro, Vt. St-tf S50 REWARD For Information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who look away the doors and windows and other property iiLd injured the buildings on my farm premises in Marlboro, Vt. W. G. DOOMTTLE, Bratlleboro, V I. June 24, 1901. SStf ORGANS ! If you are lnlerested and would like to own ore see our advertisement on another page of tills paper. It tells how to get one of the lead lne makes at Manufacturers' pilces. C. W. STEWART, Manufacturers' Agent, Bratlleboro, Vt, THE PROFESSIONS. Drs. BO WEN Or. Bowcn, Eesltlence High St Cttce hours at Block: 7.30 to 8 A, M. 12.30 to 2 P. X. t.30 to 8 P. M. V TL'CKEK. Dr. Tucker. Office and res. Leonard Block, Office hours: Till 8.30 A. II. 1.30 to 3 P. K. 7 to P. M. DR. A. KSAPP, DenrtBt, Hooker Block, opp. Brooks House, Bratt eboro C. 8. CLAHK, Block, Brattleboro Dentist, Vtlilt nc V yi TO RENT. Desirable Tene ment, rear 34 High sireet. a month. t)6-tf Inquire la Oak street. rTlO BKST Only one left J. mo BENT-Cottagc No. 3, Sllverdale Ave J nue. Barn and and boat and fully equip ped for parties of Six 10 10. COBH AND AMI DON Braille boro. TO RENT New cottage. 1 rooms and barn, SUvenliile, Lake Snoffonl. 97-tf A. W. Rockwell, Brattleboro, Vt. mo KKNT Onlv one left. Desirable Tene- L mem, rear 31 High street. Inquire 1.1 Oak street. "o" FOR BALK. POB SAI.B- A A. ano. Modern. second. hand Chtckerlng I'l llrst clas condition, nearly as good as new. Will be sold for less than one third Its cost. Address Box 0M, Brattleboro, Vt !i7-!r ITIOH MA LK The grass on tho grouuils of : the Laura J. Haskins homestead. M.J. Mohan, Administrator. Ul-tf T7UJK HAI.K. One single Iron-wheel truck r and one two horse Iron wheel truck. Both ncurlv new. Also one Lew suiky rake, Iron wheels, c. E. uii.uan. fully furnished, with Auplv F. H. Buuvvn, Hrattleboro.1 M-lf mi) II KMT I 'nttairc. L barn and boat, near Sllverdale at Lake mo rrkt s room house on Canal Street, 1 Steam heat, hoi and cold water and all modern Improvements, sail jj.uoi.ri-.v. to. TO RRNT. Room S8 In Cilery Building, north corner room overlooking river, moun tain and Main street. Steam heat, running wator. Also a aina adjoining room If warned Suitable for ollice or apartment. Reasonable rents. Aunly to A. I.. Mavnaud, llooni 20. Mitf mo REST- Up statrB Tenement, tl rooms, on 1 Terrace sirect. to be vacated by E. F. belt singer, as he leaves town, and ready Juno 1. All modern Improvements, one best tenement In town. i3 tf Chas. Mis KB. mo HKNT. Room 2. Cilerv Building, over X. looking river and mountain. Steam beat, running water, very light, airy and nttruc. tlve. Hcnsoniibie rents. Also a small connert. log room If wanted. Apply to A. L, Mavnaku, Koom 20. e-.'ii mo RENT. Room 10, Cilery Building. Klne I corncv olllces suitable for any business, overlooks Main street. Very attractive, light and airy, running water, gas aud electrics. Apply lu A. 1,. maynaku, uootn so. o.iu mo RK AT. Five floors in tilery Building X aune.x, suitable for storage or light manu facturing. Each llonr contains 12IH) square feet, well lighted and all modem appliances. Apply to A. I.. Maisaku, Boom 20. Mat LOST Light Sack Coat; Under please leave at American House and recleve reward. 97-21 C. S. Wilkins. The Lawn Mower Season IS NEARLY FAST THE BALANCE OF MY .STOCK WILL HE HOLD AT A BARGAIN. Headquarters for Awnings, Tents, Screens Clothes Keels, Wringers', Ironing Boards, etc., For Cash ! For Cash ! Nails, Screws, Poultry Netting, Fly Screen. Shovels. Scoop Shovels." Forks. Hoes" Ac. We sell on small margin for cash. Call and save yourself money. DON A. "WILDER. Job Shop, 40 Elliot St. E ARE BUYING WOOL W. F. Richardson & Co. May It), 1901. S4-lf l"R. F. A. W OOOBI HV, Demist. Office Xt ns Elliot St.. J -r ttleboro, Vt. 12wly ' A I. MILLER, M. D.,Phylclan and Sur-1 eeon. Hooker Block, Brameooro, Vt. Office I C 31UB Mill 5. i to , o :w w o. BACON t HOOKER, Attorneys at Law 1'ractlce In State and Federal Courts Ver wont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New York. 12 and 14 Cilery llubdlug. T4 tf DR. H. I,. WATERMAN. 41 Elliot St. lice hours: 12.30 to 2 30 & 6 to 8 P. M. Of. 4m f w ATERMAN &. MARTIN, Attorneys at i,aw, uanc liiocg, jjratueuoro, n, DENTISTRV In all lis branches. Teeth ex. tracted without pain. B. il. KlNKtAO, D. 1). S., ii Main Sireet. 28tf G F. BARBER. D. D. 8.. Union Block, over Greene's drug 6tore, Brattleboro, Vt. JAMES CON LAND, Jtf. D., Physician and Surgeon, orattleboro, Vt. Office In Crosby B:ock. Residence, No. 8 Walnut St. Office tears from 8 to 9 a.-m., 1 :3b to 3, and 7 to p. m. TjlHKD B. PIGREI0, Attorney and Conn JC selor at Law, Solicitor and Master In Chan cery, Collections promptly made. Chester, Vt. DR. E. R. LYNCH, ofllce and residence 40 Elliot St., Braltleboro, Vt. Office hours 1 to 10 a. m 1 to 8 and 7 to p. in. Ptf-frtu GF.O. II. GORHAM, M. D. Whitney BlDck, Main Street, Brattleboro Practice -lirlted to the dceeases of the Eye, Ear, Throat, xl Nose. Office hours, S :3:-12; 1 p. m.-4, Tues iIavb and Fridays only. Kemalndcr of week at Be'jows Falls lf fOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford, J Vermont. l!s-104tutr DK. F. G. PETTEK, Dentist, Cronhy Block. Over Holden's drug store, wltitf CS. PRATT, lit. D., IS North Main street, lirr.tileboro. Ofllce hours until S a. m.; 1 io2 .30 p. m.; t:30 to 6 p 41tf FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D. Ofllce and IteBldencc, No, 34 North Main Street. Hcrj-s until 8 a. m. ; 1 to 2.30 and early evening 9 7.30s Sundays, 1 to 3 p. m. Telephone call. ily JULIUS C. TIMSON. REAL ESTATE AGENT & AUCTIONEER. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 15 Union Block, Claremont, N. H. Established IM'h Long Ills. Telephone, From IMinley Town. Canton, O., June a",. 1901. Mr. IS. V. MlNKlt, Ukak Sir: The TOILETINE received all in good condition. We use it for almost all ailments, aud feel as if we could not keep house without it. 1 think it a won derful remedy for relieving Inflammation; have never hud anything so satisfactory: it does nil you claim for It. It is simply Great for Corns and sore feet. Sincerely yours, Thus. T. Smith. !W2 Springlield Avenue. FOR SAI.K. A nice lop buggy. Inquire of Glnn & Co. or F. 1). Williams. Braille- boro, f'-'-tt TJIOR SALIC An Meal Cash Register; and In perfect condition. dress "1," care Reformer. new A bargain. Ac 73-if TlnR SALF.-Cheao Second hand 80 II. 1? Upright Marine Engine 14x14 cylinder, fto driving uullev. A II In good order. West Uuiumerslon. John Tait, 43if OTKAM SAW AND 8HINOLE MILL C7 For fwle. Ample power; near station; plcntv of limber: no other mill In vicinity. Of. fered'at a very low price. Address Box 42SJ, Heone, N. it. ni-tuir For Sale. BENT GROCERIES of all klndB. Special 3 lbs. Cherry Prunes for 2Jc. Straw- berries and other fruits. Telephone roll 44-.'!, l-!i.tf J. K. Hl'RIINKLl., .'0 Flat St. ETor Sale at a Discount New WILCOX & WHITE Organ Sec our advertisement elsewhere In this paper C. W. STEWART, Brattleboro, Vt. FARMS FOR SALE. If you want to trade fur n farm or 'other real Pstato, or If you have any to eeli let mo hear from you. fiiaf J. A. MIU.KK, KfUt Dummeraton, Vt. fy Farmof about acros, 1 1-2 miles from llrattleboro wntre. Uooil butidlnics ami iiicniy of woo! and tlmntr. CttuNi he easily malu to Kt'p i or 15 t;ow iiiKi 8ti)iiy ft hulk route, a chance seldom offertMl to Hei-uroa farm an-i ttooil tiouie so near the village limit. Imiulre of KHf W. G. DOOL1TTLK, Bratlleboro. Vt. Public Auction! At my residence on Green Street, Saturday, July 13, 1901, At one o'clock P. M. One Black Walnut Chamber Set. Black Walnut Carved Hull Hack. JIarlile top Side board, Mahoeanv lied. Commode, Wash- stand and Bureau Dresser. Chestnut Cham ber set. one old fashioned Desk, In tirst class condition. Chairs of nil descriptions, I'ictures, Hefngerator, Tricycle, rlano, Cash Keglster. stoves. Marble top tables, two black walnut Hook Racks. Spinning Wheel, Curptt, Crockerv, Uluss ware, l'ewter Tea pots. Trays, lirnss lire place rail, besides a !arie assoiTmcnt of cooking utensils. ty Terms Cash. Jills. C. M. C. Klt'HAHU.sON. C. I. Gii-on, Auct'r. S. AV. EDGETT & CO., Real Estatel Investments DEAD BV THOUSANDS FROM TlltC HEAT BATTLE. lint Its Power Now Belltved to be Broken -The Story, Locally aud Generally, Since Tuesday. 'flip thermometer, today, Is a bit be low 00, a m on nereeable change from the seven days nf terrible heat we have undergone. The reliel began vesterduy Bnd was accentuated by the refreshing shower last niiriit, and though the weather prophets disagree, we may hope that the worst is over. Varied have been tbe eccentricities of this year's weather. January, Feb ruary nod March were remarkable for tho absence cf bcow; April aud May gave us well-nigh cintinimus rain, and June was cold and tepellant up to tho 22d. Wanted AT ONCE ! 15 or 20 good, cheap Farms for cash customers. GUXX & CO. Now is a good time to buy a House for investment or a Home, call on us and see what we have. Farms, village property, any thing on earth. S. Y. Edi.ktt & Co. I tf MERCANTILE. CLAPP JONES, Hooka, Stationery, Fancy UooiIb. lectures and Framing, lyl BAKKOWS A CO., wliole.Kle ind retail dealers In Coals of all kinds. Ollice So. 33 Main Street. Brattleboro lly"! TKiDES. BKATT1.EBOKO CCSTOM LAl'SDRT, H til lot St., Uoods called for and dellv t: i l. Lace curtains a epeclalty. Telephone 'OLLCCtion. 47I IJKATTLEKOKO Cleaning Works, iroprleiwr STEAM CARPET 8 Flat tit, K. B. 1 nomas, 32ylfr JOJIS DI'KLEVV, Cuetom Tailor, Ryther Block, up one fllftbt. Cleansing, Kepalrlne; fcxd Pressing done at short notice. 14wly T H. JACOBS, Bone Sho.lna; and i JotblUK. Utnal St. G. II. HALL, Carpenter and Slater, er in elate. 26 Clark street. Syl Deal 2stf IN8CKA.VCK. AUCTION SALE -tK REAL ESTATE ! OX THK I'KKMISES, IN HINSDALE, N. H.. Belonging to WM. LYNCH, Thursday, July 11, 1901, 2 p. m. Large 2 1-2 story House and Barn ami two acres of Land. Good chance for Home or Iu-vestment. S. W. EDGETT & CO., Agts !l6-4t For alo. One new two-story House on Pleasant St., ten rooms. Crowd! water to bouse and e.nncted with sewer. Land CS feet front, 1: feet hack Also some good lots 10 build on and some otner rood property lorfal-. call and see property. Must be eold. C. W. WAKD. 12 Pleasant St. M tf Bratlleboro, Vt Every Barrel Guaranteed Oli YOUR MOXEY REFUNDED. gr"This is the guarantee behind WASHBURN, CROSBY'S Gold Medal Flour. Ask your Grocer for it. E. CKOSRY & CO., Eastern Agents. C. F. H. JE2X!E, Suoceteor lo Sherman A Jenne, UVTBTJIliVNOIl. ESTABLISHED III 1M7, Plre, Mutual Life. Accident. Plate Glass, Em r overs Liability, Elevator, Hartford Steam i-.-uer, Tornado. Indemnity and ourety Bonds Nor-.tt German Llovd 8. S. Co. l'tf-tufx por Sale at a Discount Hew W. W. PUTNAM V CO. Organ See cur advertisement elsewhere in this paper C. W .STE WART. Brattleboro. Vt I rn.!s of the Reformer who desire to do this .? a favor, are requested to suggest to their Wvreeye or Probate Court to have leeal adver- --crts in which ihey are lmereeied placed In "' kflormer. Particular care te takes of this si ,.f a-lvertltlnr and through the Beformer ns It reaches all the people ot I hi. section it! bublnea. matter Is desired to do. Kodo! Dyspepsia Cure "Cifjests what j-ou eat 60 Discount from list prices seems quite a reduction, but that is what we are offering on Go-Carts and Carriages to close out stock on hand. When you con sider that this means that a Carriage or Go Cart listed at $20.00 can be lioughtYor $8.00 and one listed at $15.00 for $6.00, and fo on in proportion, j-ou can realize that any one who needs a Go-Cart or Carriage cannot af ford to miss the opportunity. 3 E Have a Goon Assortment to Select Fkom. 4J MORAN & CO. The Atlantic coaet got some relief from a West Indian disturbance, moving southward. The casiialltles from Wednesday'8 flifht with the heat rage, numb'rtd 220 deaths In Greater New York with 337 prostra tions. At Pittsburg, fiO drrtfis an 1 7J pros trations UD tO IllldDilMlt. At Philadelphia, 52 deat'is anl 300 prostrations. At Uultiiuore, 11 deaths and 37 pros tr.ttions. At St Louis, four deaths and 33 pros trations. At Newark, N J. SI deaths and 00 nroatrations. Jerpey Citv escaped lightly with less than half a dozen deaths nud about 30 cases of prostrations. Six death? took place at Elizabeth. N J, where there are 13 cases of pronra tration reported. This hot wave beaan moving east ward about June 20. a;(d has been most intense since Saturday. A hot wave, such its this, is produced by a low pressure in the North and a high pres sure in the South, wileh has tho elleet of e.using to superheated atmoaphere of the Equator to spread over the country. At Holyoke, Masi". there were three deaths and at Springfield two. Prom the Khode Island lint to City Point, South boston, there was relief dar ing the evening a g(!e of wind, ao- oonipanied by a beautiful electrical display on great lBnk of black clouds and there were deluges rf rain that did considerable damage. One man, Geo Herder, wiis killed in tbe ruins of an uttjnished bouHa that was blown down. Tb -tornado capsized 15 yachts at City Piot, drove others ashore and scared holiday makers on the pier 'oinst to tieath. Mr Liw- son s barns at Uonaet were totally wrecked and other Uamagif reported elsewhere. t A bolt of liu'Ltninft instsnlly killed three men, fatally) injured a boy. ind seriously irjund a man and a boy, members of si St Louis fishing party, who baq sobt refuge from the fierce storm of I ues-Jay aiter- noun ceneatu toe .metier n a mas site sycamore tree on the banks t-f Dead creek gt Cab' ltia, 111. A terriik- storm also swept New l ork late W edue.day iifternuon and a seven-story apartment house at Ninety lifth street and West end avenue was (truck by lightning noil entirely destroy ed, a9 was St Agni s' church in Prook lya and over a score of other houses ail over the city. Lightning killed one per son and stunned two others iu SSeeps henp Bay, acd there m terror among the vessels on the New York waters. Tbe fiercest thunder stirro in GO years visited Cape Cod Wednesday af ternoon, and over a dozen bouses acd bares were struck in Sandwich. Ttere wero M deaths in New Vork Wednesday, making tbe whole num ber since the heatd spell began about ijOO. In New England the Lumber is estimated at lco. Coal is JfiOIlCVy yu can do your 'lr cooking with one oi B0 tbe famous ..... The best fire-box, the best I grates, the beat damper I Circularfree. Walker 4 Pratt tR3j CIVIL C0VEBNMENT IX PHILIPPINES. JUDGE TAFT TAKES OATH AS GOVEK.HOK Amltl Impressive Veremonlee Three A'a- to lie Ailrteil lo Commission Chaffee Knrceede MacAnltur In L'ouimaud. iviaoiia, .iuiy i uivil government id ina rnuippioes Das been auspic iously inaugurated. Commissioner Taft "as escorted by Maerthur and Gen CbafTee from tbe palace to a great temporary tribune on tbe opposite side of the Plaza Palaeio. Standing on a projecting center of tbe tribune William II Taft. the new cifil gov ernor of the Philippine islands, took tne oatn Of omce adminiaterd ht Chief Justice Arellano. Gov Taft was then introduced hv Geo Mar-Arthur. the guns of Fort Santiago beicg fired oy way oi saiut. A feature cf the inaugural address of Taft was tbe announcemunt that on Sept 1, 1901, the commission would he increased by the appoint ment of tbree native members, Dr Ward Uolavera. Hcnito Leirarda and Jose Luzunaga. Tbe Fourth was celebrated with frest and unprecedented enthusiasm at San Juan do Porto Rico under the management of Guv Alleo's commit tee, Both the political parties assist ed in t II m ceremonies, for which (im Allen appropriatetl f'jOO and the citi zens gave tbe balance. Free tride resolutions was psosed by tne assemtity and signed My uov Al len. FIKKCRACKEK FOOLI.VG. FOl'R MEN I.VJl llED At Barra Aud One May Die One Chapter of the Fourth Story. Barre, July 4 While jevetal young mu were loading anvils at Ks-t Barre this forenoon a bystander acci dentally threw some firecrackers into an open bag of powder, wbicb explod ed, badly injuring four men. The victims are ( la recce Steveja, Ellis Henry, Fred Wolcott and Cir roll Stevens. Clarence Stevens, tbe worst injured, was unconscious several hours and may die. The others were seriously burned and kooekej down by tbe ex plosion BERLIN ADV1CK FROM CHINA MOST KNCOl'KAGIXU. Missionaries Return tolhe Interior Re ports of Smvf Tprlslne; IlenttU. Berlin, July I A special des'-atcb to the nlks, eiturg frun China says tnnt according to advices re ceived at mission besdousrtera maov missionaries have returced to the in terior of Shantung province, where they were well treated by tbe Chinese. Tbe indemnities for mis-dons de- roved ncd Christians killed have been nearly all regulated by the mis- lor.anea frun every locality and it is their belief that the present calm will cot last. A missionary1 fmrt Chi Li province represents that following the directions of the dowager ettpress in Sin-Ku, great preparations for war are beirg made. Trie German foreign oitice says that otlicial reports received here 'roiu China show that no preparations art being nittle for further uprisings in that, country anJ upon iovestigitioo the various sNrmirg reports uf np- proaehing trouble in China ere found to be unwarranted. PLICK VI.VDICATED TIIE FOURTH CELEBBATI0N A SI C.:ESS. ATTENDANCE OP NICAHLV 4IIUO AT HICVCI.K RACES. New Stale Record Established an Hrcouda A 44 Mile Pursuit Race-Close Base Ball tiaine Clear J.inp nf 18 Feet and .1 Inches Hop Skip and Jump Nearly 36 Reel Oiher Sports. Yesterday was an ideal day to celebrate the national holiday a delicious light breeze tempering the shaft which Old Sol has been tiring at us so long. Tbe celebratiou which Munley Brothers un dertook to carry through at their own risk with a few subscriptions after the citizens' committee concluded not to risk it, proved the correctnees of their judgment that tbe local public was just hungry for that sort nf thing and with the tj'ialitv of sport furnished, the best riders in New England being one of the entries, demonstrated that with the wholu community back of it and adver tising enough, it might have been made a big success. The fact that it was a one lirm affair operated as a damner on out siders who might have been brought io. As it was Man Icy Bros iust abaut come out whole. The attendance at the bicv- cle races was not far from 2OU0 and at the base ball game about 300. The festivities opened in the fore coon irh a bse ball game at River side Park between the ISrattlcboro V ill U A team and the strong Keene high school team whicb tbe Brattl noro nign scnool Coys defeated some time ago by tae close score of 10 to '.) The game yesterday was won by tbe visitors in a contest wbicb kept the large t-rowil in constant enthusiasm. Tbe locals made a series of errors of omissions which proved most damag ing ime tneir hase running was woefully slow. Christj Crowell's pitched a masterly game for the locals and his arm had all the cunning that it bad when be was the king pin box artist at Mount Hermon. He struck out 17 men and eilowed olIv ore base ou balls while four of tbe eight bits made ctf bim wers hits which should have been fielded. With Jack" Clune he did also the best bitting for tbe Y M C A. Clone's tine second base play and Tufts catch ing were tba other prominent feat ures. For the visitors Conwav and Jones hitting sod Forbes base runnirg and f orbes' and Hone s fielding were features. The scare: A HARD GAM1. JOHN 63 Main St., CALVIN, Brattleboro. REASONS FMK INSURANCE 1 Life Insurance investments reap the benen't of averate. Thi renders the wejl-inauai;ed company strong, and keeps it strong even ill hard times. This is one of the reason why ound financiers invest heavily iu insurance. (Correspondence solicited.) UiE t . -5 TAYLOR & SON, Cer.'l Agents. BRATTLEBORO. VT. BurK'ary, Theft and Assault In Cuttlnga- vlllc anil Vicinity Desperadoes Headed For K.llovv. Falls, The freight bouse at the Cuttiugs- villa depot- was broken into Wednes day niht, and s-veral pan i-U were opened, two of which were carried away. A horse and carriage were tak en from tbe bsrn of Stephen Jarvey the same night. Yesterday morning two men assaulted George Barrett and leftbim in an unconscious condition near Mount Hclly on tbe road leading to Cut'intfsviile. These criminal acts were committed, it is thought, in the order named ai d by tbe same men. Barrett was fouud beside the nad rear Mount Holly yesterday morning, lie bad apparently been severely beat'-n. When be recovered enough to talk, he said that he bad been as saulted by two lueu whom be met wim a team. That was about all be caul I say ami be again lost conscious ness. Trie o!Ec3rs suspect that tbe guilty parties are now beaded for Bellows Falls. A TWO DAW FIUUT Keene IIS All it IB Tl! PO A E Forbes, If, 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 ScU-ialn.c .ri 1 lu a S Cameron, cf, .1111 0 u 0 Howe, rf, .1111 ! 1 ti Conway, se, -J 2 i u 4 3 Kamrs, -HU, 3 1 0 II 1 1 1 .l.it.i-n, 4 2 J 4 1 II 1 William,., Ib, I 1 1 1 II ti iluri-liy, p, 4 ti u 0 u 11 o Totals. VI s s lu i7 21 lu VMCA All It IU TB PO A K Clune. -.'ii, s -.' X a 0 3 0 Allen. 3b, 5H i 0 1 1 t SloUe, (,, 4 11 S Ii 1 ' Tufts, c, 4 u I 1 14 -J tl -I Tuflf, If, 4 0 1 1 3 0 1 t tin-llfl.il,, 4 tl (i l. t U ti .MnfToni, rf, Joe n u u u tills, i f, 1 ti 0 o 1 n u C'p.weli, i. 1 l i , ti tcrrlur.cf, 4 ii ti t) 1 ii 1 Totals, s 9 ! 3 Innings 1 2 :i 4 r. 7 8 Keene u - 0 :f tl il It 1 J S brauitooro u o u - 1 u J 0 o .1 Enc.tenitnt on Island or Mandanao tiuarrel tlelween Rival Dafoee. Miicila, July 3 An engaL'ement Insure two uajs nss oc-curred at a foi it 30 miles east nf Zainboaeg.1, is land of Minaanao, between Oato Tjim and bis followers and the followers of Dam Sobvinao. I to T.;t'n is a vassal of the sultan of Minaacao and Oato Sobvman is iotlepfOPent. The losses of both sides were heavy and the en- gageme'-t indecisive. Tbe sullal uf Mindanao, who is friendly toward t' e Americans, professes ignorance s to toe close of tae outbreak between the two datos. Summary 2 l-.tse bits stolte; :I laae hit-, .lunesi tleul-lc plav Hnwe an-1 -lones; struck on! by Crowell, IT; by Murphy, -i; lilt bv pitched, rVrbep; base nn ball.-, l-.itmcs; lefteo base-, V M (J A, I.; Keene. tl ptsscl bails, Scbapllan Tufts 4; stolen base., Kcei'.i', T; Y M C A, t'., Time 2 hours. L'mptres, Allen autl Cbabbull. After the game the following ath letic sports took place: ,V van! tlasli won by Willianis.of Keene, N II : Kerriter of Hnttticboro set und ; Jonc of Keene, N II, lliird. luti-vard tlasb, won by Williams of Keene: .lont-s'of Keene, -econd; Ferriter 01 Kntltle boro. th'rd. Hioail-iutnii. Clune of Brattleboro tlr-t. with a line iuiutuif 1? ft ." In : .loues second. 17 tt U in : Williams third. IT ft .'i iu. Hop. skip and ititni. Clune wen by a splendid jump of :'.."i tt !1 1-2 In: Kerriter was second So It and Kowley third, M ft Hi in. The bicycle races at the Valley Fair grounds drew out another big crowd in the afternoon who witnessed some line sport. The prizes ollered asru'res-atcil some 400 and for them, some of tbe best amateur rider in New Knuiand entered anil u big Meld slarted. f'.rattlciioro people are well ac quainted with the liicyclititf game as they witnessed here stiuie of the fa-test amateur and professional races when the sport was at its height of popularity. She Didn't Wear a Mask. But her Beauty was completely hidden by sores, blotches and pimple till she used Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. Then tbey vanished as will all Eruptions, Fever Sores, Roils, Ulcers. Carbuncles and Felons from Ha use. Icfallible for Cuts. Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles, Cure guaranteed, 25c at Hoi Jen's drug store. Cure for Ctftalera lafaatam Xever Knetwui te Fall. During last May an infant child of oar Dt-iabbor was suffering from chol era infantum. Ice doctor bat given up all hopes of recovery. 1 took a bot tie cf Cliamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea- Remedy to the bouse. telling them I felt sura it would do cood if used accordiLg to directions. In two days lime the child bad fully I recovered, ibe child is co vigorous land tialtby. I pave recommetiied this teniedy fn-quently and bate never known it to fail. Mrs Curtis Baker. I Pookeisltcr, Ohio. For sals by ttroek? Hotse Ffcarmacy. 1 The bicycle race3 at the Vrtllay Fair grounds drew out nnother big croatl in the afternonn who vit'ess-d some tjne sports. Tne prizes offered aggre gated soma 100 iiarl for then some tf the best amatuer riders in New Kng laud entered and a big lipid started Brattleboro people are wrll acquaint ed with the bicycling game they witnessed here some uf the fastest amatsur and professional races when the sport was at its height of popular ity. Races which were cor.ccecled tl be the test in tbe couctry. On this track such world-famed riders as tbe Hurler br.ithers. Eddie ''Cannon" Bald, Minnie. Illy. Blake, Neadeau, atd a score of others who were then "it," raced for diamonds and cash, but Manley Bros need cut be ashameJ of tbe line sport they gave yesterday io return for the public she'kles. Tbe ridera were from all sectiors rf Neew Kuglanl, Connecticut and Mas sachusetts riders predominating. Sev eral novelties were sprung od tbe public. Gxe was pursuit race io wbicb two testi s of tbree riders each started at different halves of tbe track and tried to catch each other. It took oco hour, sii minutes and 4ti seconds and distance cf 23 mile be fore tbe final man was overtaken. Another unique card was exhibition brats by three different makes of motor crlces, while to "horseless" ctrriages better knon as the auto mobiles were also shown. Tbe attempt to establisb s r.ew state bslf-mtle track record was successful which was a pleasing event to tbe bg crowd. A Carti of Worcester, crack rider who bas been winning his share of events tbe cast to years, was tbe suo-s-fnl man to lower Eddie "Can non" Bald's famous fcalf-mile sprint msda here ia u.x Carol was p.ctd bv riaerson and Davis oo a tandem aid they set a warm pace hi?b brourht tbe Worcester titer under the site io seconds. The trst race called was tb half mils for novice riders for toe follow- BRATTLKUORO SOCIETY. Thers will be a moating of the Cath olic Union at the school house this evening. Tbe marriage engagement nf Harry B Pratt and Miss Jennie M liritton, both of this town, is announced. J A Pollen had a gratifying sucress at Silrerdale last ever-iug with 100 couples present at tbe dance. There is to bo a golf tea at the links Saturday about 5 o'clock, urless Btoriny, for all members of the club. The next regnlBr meeting of the New England Order of Protection will be beld in Grand Army ball next Monday evening, July 8th, at 8 o'clock, livery number is requested to be present if possible bs a represen tative of the supreme waroeo is bote and will be present. The golf clubjvcted Tutsrisy evenirg to raise sufficient money by subsc-ip-tion to build an adtlition to the club house containing a shower bath; and lockers and to toilet looms. W H Childs, Jas F Hooker and J G Ullery were appointed a building committee. Jas F Hooker was elected to the board of governors in place cf Louis Gregg reiigned. Miss Susie Clark entertair,eJ the Daughters of tho Revolution very pleasantly at her home at the West Village yesterday. There were about 35 present. Mrs Fred tin ith reatl a very interesting paper nn "Indians" aril Mrs I O P Smith an origical poem, while Mis Metcalf. wQo is here visiting her daughter, Mn 8 Uowen, gave au account i f the Daugh ter's Day at the Pan-American Expo sition at which she was present. Tbe "coon marriage' announced for Tuesday at iirookside Park of Harry Katun and Mamie Jackson wsa "un avoidably postponed," as Justice New ton, who was to perform the ceremony had other ecgagea.ents for the even ing. So instead it took place at his office Wednesday morning. The guests i'cluded several "white f ilka", with all the other members of tbe troupe. The service was with the ring, with music, in wbicb the entire company join? I. to the delight of tbe officiating justice, who sivs it was "a most enjoyable occasion.' At tbe meeting of the Garment Workers' Union Monday the following. officers elected at the June meeting were installed : Pres, Fancy L Hitchcock; Vice Pres. IJelen Leahy; lite Sec, Addis M Fay; Fin Sec, Minnie Dietrich; Treas, Margaret Long ; electite members on eet:utive board, Sherman McQuade, Fred .M Bullard and Ida S Keed ; trustees, Frank Field, Geo Leonard and Irviu Crosier. At this meeticg Fannie L Hitchcock was elected a delegate and Geo W Leonard as alternate to tbe General convention which is to meet in lialtimore, Mil, Aug 12. Sunday was observed as Children's day at the Baptist churcb. The deco rations consisted cnietly of hemlock, laurel, maiden hair ferns and daisies. Over the plaiform was bung a pic ture of a child painted bv Artist W B Stuart, and on the organ whs tbe motto, "The little child shall load them" on a ground of green. The exercises were especially good and in cluded recitations by the primary de partments and restonsive readings, an a-tdress to the children by Key (Jr Marble, and the singing of the"Time of Duty" by all the nembers of tbe Suutlay school. At 5 o'clock in the alterncon a spccisl service for tbe in stallation cf the otlicers and teachers of the Sunday school w?s one of the mo't impressive, yet simple ser vices ever field in tne church. The following officers were installed: So periuterdent. L W Hawley: 1st assis tant superintendent, Fred S Knight ; I'd assist tnt superintendent, Mrs F L Smin ; s cretarv. Mis Lena Prosser; traasurer. S W Kdeett : assistant trees irer. H F C Toe It ; librarian, H F O Toedt: assistact librarian, Misses Nettie Harris and Lena M Prosser. July .iHunts. Mrs E W Harlow left Tuesday for a visit to her former home at East Hethel. John Guiheen and ilnuiihter Katie, spent the Fuurth iu Holyoke and vicinitv. Mrs Frank A Norcross was a visiter with Mrs .-lithur Wilcox at Green field last week. iCocilcuetl ow JU page.) The Best Medicine Money Can Buy. 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The Beet Meaaeely Par Stomach anal Hawel Troablee. "I have been in the drog business for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietory medicines of any note. Among tbe entire list I htve uever found anything to equal Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea l.'emedy for all toinach and bowel troubles." says O W Wakefield of Columbus, Ga. "Tbis remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family and I have recom mended and sold bur.dnds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satis faction. It affords a quick ard sure cure in a pleasant fcm. No family should tie without it. 1 keep it in mv bouse at all times. " For tale by Brooks House Pharmacy.