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THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO. VT.. FRIDAY. JULY 5. 190..
VOL. XXV. NO. 98. - ii 1 " I r.nnviiQ VCRMUKT MiTTKKS ! SOME INSIDE NEWS I WMnaMMWlB'P,VJ? I IttHivvw - I i vdiiu Ti'ciiivr:Tav LOCAL. the A of Knit Dover. .lulinn Whiuker u bouyht Moore farm. nml duuehter Brattleboro Imve been visiting In this place. Mrs V.-sui returned homo Man Uv but her daughter gfiys till litter the 4th. MiM Msrion Howe unci m'pbow ... u....;. v V. Is sric-ndine htr vu-nt ion nt hrr fathers. L h Hoe . t U Hubert, nnd his mother t went to Searsbury Sunday to see 0 H Kobertf. The strong cut well, sleep well, look well. The weai don't, Hood's bursa. parilln makes the weak strung. llniltui. Hev Mr Morse' discourse nt both the Haptist and I'nion churches hist Sunday ii spoken of very highly. Forest Stetson of Greenfield. Mass, Is stopping with his brother. t '-yf'! Nile.', this week. Miss Kva J Grillin of ' Urooklyo, N V, is spending a few weeks with her sister. Mrs A ' .lone. I r ft f Niles and family arrived last luesday, for the summer. A Blnck.mltn. d VIelwrlUt. of Northampton. Y, Mr inouiau u'.n;. i that. Cilcnra Snlvent, new medicine discovered by Ur Davit; Knnlv. Kennedy Bow, Kingston, V, bHs done wonders for him in u ease ,,f bladder complaint, uerier i uau ji fru it nut tupcther. " he says Ho ia over CM now. and was a soldier n tlio war. Kend for free trial bot tle. Ilouchlonvllle. Snbon' closed Friday. Merle Willis teacher. His sister Kllu came after him. MIsm Willis taucht here a year aeo and was liked very niucb. 1 I.p rpcarJ her3 was ICO in the shade. C' tf liuttera and wife saw a oer one night. Inst week as taey were rid ing on the Chester road. The animal teemed to be quite tame. The road commissioner nrirl 8 force of men have been workirg on the roads in this part of the town. Mr ard Mrs Henry Putnam and granddaughter of Uellows Kails visit ed at A 0 Nourse's the tiret of the week. Miss Luoy Page went to Clare mont last week to keep house for her sister while she takes a vucation. Samuel Abbott from Laodgrove was at Charles Abbott's Sunday. Henry Kboads and wife were at Charles Ab bott's Sunday. Lewis Garden was iu town Sunday. Anthony Williams nod sor were at Jule Grover'a Suo day. Miss Hattie Obet returned home Monday from Chester where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs Mary Heed. BALD For forty years Dr Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry has been curing summer complaint, dysentery diar rhoea, bloody flux, pain in the stom ach, ana it has never yet failed to do everything claimed fur it .XEWFASK. Death of Mr., Sophia K. Lowe. The death of Mrs Sophia K Lowe occurred Sunday at 7 a m, and though it bad been daily expected during the Jast week, finally it came suddenly, quietly and gently and only her snu frank Lowe ai d wife and ber Daugh ter Carrie, were with ber at the time. She was tbe youefjest child of Wales and U uhlan llrblgo of WtrJsboro, and was born Aug '), 18:10. In luO she became the uife of Martin L L me of Towr.shend, ami for a time resided there and in Jamaica, but in 1871 they rtmovod to Newfane wbere they made a permanent home. Though rov er robust iu health she was always Hhln to care for Lor household until fi?e years ago. when the sudden cleat n of her husband whs such a shock to ber that ber physical strength was completely broken, but nnt so ber brave trustful spirit and during ber last years tf shut in life, she has been un inspiration to tbo?e who bavo cared for ber nnd not a burden. She was remarakble for ber genial and I.leisant manner, her lave of mirth and humor and her constint cheerful ness, though in the midst of suffer ing. Alays charii dild toward eiery one, she spoke only bind words of oth ers and never hurth criticisms. Her childlike fdith in Got temuiced un broiieu, though many chacgii.g scenes nod experiences, and friends aid neighbors who have long known her, unite in their testimony cor.csrning her genuine goodness and exemplary Christian life. During the last four months she has been eon lined to tae bed and not one word cf impatience baa been uttered even i.i the midst of most intense sulfericg. She realized that her course was ueafly finished and rejoiced at the glHl piospect of rest, and the happy reunion witb loved ones gone before. She gate plain directions to her daughter, concern ing many things, ard requested that tbe same ones who served at ber bus hnnd'3 funeral bearers should perform this last service for ber also, and when the end came she clealry spoke her recognition of "Mother" when past speaking to the friends by her bedside. To the daughter who has so tenderly cared for her and been her instant coxpanicn durir.g tbe last fivn years and to ether near members of her family, most heartfelt sympa thy ia extended flora a large circle of frierds. The fuM'ral wus held Wed f.csclay at '2 p m from her late resi dence, Kev F M Wiswall of Marlboro, M II, otliciriting. v - With out help, a bald spot never grows smaller. It keeps s p re a cl ing, until at last your tnencis say, " How bald he is getting." Not easy to cure an old baldnes, but easy to stop the first thinning, easy to check the first falling out. Used in time, bald spots (lSwl It stops falling, promotes growth, and takes out all dandruff. It always restores color to faded or gray hair, all the dark, rich color of early life. You may depend upon it every time. It brings health to the hair. $ 1 .00 a bottle. All Druggiil.. " I hays used your Hair Vigor and am greatly ple&Mttd witb it. 1 have onlv used one bottle of it, ami yet rav'h&ir has toped falliug out and lu. .laned to grow again nicely." Ji'UtH Witt, Murch 2?, im. Canova, S. Dak. Writ the Doctor. If you do pot rhuin all the bnf fit. ynu expected from the uie of the Visor, wre the Itotor .bout it. AaJreii, Da. J.C. ATEn. Lowell, Mai.. r m m m v w w Fearful Kluiln". of City K.latlvc.. A fumilv in the town of Jay lias rich r.lati'ves in HoBtun who hud scar let fever and messlea in the family Soon after the siokness a lot of wear ing uppaiel was sert by them to their ,Tv relatives. The rvsult was that econ person who was present when the box as opened, 10 in all, is nu.v sick with si'Hilet fevir nnd measles. All Heady to Holi. When thu ollice rf tbe Nortblield Mhks uwihmI by F N Whitney, who was io Hrattleboro ! r a year, seven years ago, as opned iiji Tjesdav forenoon it was oisrovered that bur glars had b en th?ru Uuripg the night. I'wo holes hud been bored in the safe, and. appareotlv, everything had been in. do reaoy for un explosion. Several tools were left by the bur glars, who evidently left hurriedly. Tbe Lnwvers' l!nee Hall club been organized in iiurhngtnn. game witn the Physicians' club be arracged. bus A will A SOLDIER TWICE SAVED Ur the Same Man, with 3laaj Tears lie wren latea. Samuel Dimmic lc, of Kingston, K. T., a veterun of our Civil War, recently called upon his old army friend, Dr. David Ken- nedy, and at the close of their conversation (reminiscent of tbe war and of a severe bat Kioeensful surgical operation performed spun aim oy ur. Konnedy, is tue army uwfiuu Jir. uimmicic said : One mord more. Doctor, before I col I work in Peckham's Car Truck Factory and for eome time I had been feeling iU and exhausted. My Uvpt and kidueya were out of order, my blood was bad and I raftered from a perfect procession of car- uiuu e uou.4. "At last I qnit work. Finally a relative adriaed me to take your new medicine Mll-d Calcnra Solvent. I told herall rights that roa had aaved my arm and my life, and I'd charge battery if yon gave the order. "After a few days of Cah-ora Solvent, I felt letter, and when I had used a bottle and a halt I went lai-k to my work, feeling rally well fr the nnst time im the war. So yon we. Doctor, I owe you a double kbt. If yonr drugit is out r.f Cal.-ara Solvent, wtid $1.00 t.. Dr. IviJ Kennedy, Kn "!jr K"r, Kindoc, X. T.; rxprtss pre. Ji.i. Wri:ef-rtreet3.j.!K:t;e. LONDONPERRT. Tbe Alleged Penelan Fraud Ca.e, Mrs Mary A Kee.i Leffegwell, of whose arte9t on coarge of pension fraud our telegraphic news told Fri day, was taken before Commissioner Merrill at Kutlar.d and held under bonds, understoo i to be fixed at f'J. - 000, for appearance before the United States District court. She is an old lady of about 70. and was f.irmeily the wife of Leffengwell, living in Dorset nnd vicinity. She ruarrieJ Gustavus Heed, as she claims -at least she in sists that there was some sort of cer emony that she supposed was a mar riageabout 13 years ago and they eatue here to live aud bought a place. Mr Reed Died six or seven years ago. lie was a soldier and drew a pecsion and sirce bis death she has been drawing a widow's pension. Some one here in town, as it is supposed, entered complaint at Washington, the department looked it up anil found there was no legal marriage, hones the prosecution. Vernon. Rev II L hes-? of Springfield will preach in chapel next Sunday at 11 u'clock. Tbe Unitarian society of lirnttle boro had their annual picnic lit Cen tral Park Tuesday. The Ladies' Circle held a sociable and served a strawberry supper Tees day afternoon in honor of the many former lesic'ents who are now in town for a short time. Several people from ilrattiehorj t'lok advantage or ttie op portunity to greet their friends. Among the guests in town are Kr nest. Q Hubbard and Mr and Mrs Frank W Pettee at George H Hub bard's. Mr and Mrs Chas F Kennedy of Dan vers. Mas?, Mr and Mrs Hamil ton I. Whithed with their bod, Hough ton ard daughter Ruth, ar, Addison Wbitbed's, Mr aud Mrs Frank New ton and bod Kenneth and Clarenre C Newton of Springfield, Mass. at Chas H Newton's, Mr and Mrs Lewis T Moseley of IJellowa Fall9 were over Sunday gti'sts at G F Moeeley's. Mrs Viola Millor of Boston was called to South Vernon Saturday by the ill ness ef her daughter Avis who is spending the summer witlt her grand mother, Mrs George B Miller. Rob ert Strarge of West Nortblield is working fcr Henry Lee. Vernon granee will hold oxer-cis-s appropriate to children's day on Saturday evening of this week. Tuesday's Reformer contained a full account of the finding toe body of an uoKnown man iu the riter bv Wm Love and Everett Stockwell of this place. Rev E Q S Osgood will preach in Union church, next Sunday Rt 2 o'clock p m. Sunday school immediately alter service. ST ALUASS STKIKEKS IIIOTOl'4. Attack and ItnugMy Handle Twn Work men Dome Shooting Dona When They Began ItreaktltR Window.. The tiivt re al trouble fanned bvthe strike of the C V liy machinM occurred at a lute hour, ilonduy uij.dit.on I'earl ctreet.tii M Al bans. A number of the new inacbliiNtH em pluved lodge In the old bridge hlmp under the united lun of two Hiieeial policemen. While two of the men were Siting ouliile the dour about 40 nu n surrounded them and In a liut the two men were ivercly handled. The rioters began throwing stones at the windows of the building smashing them In. I'pou this one of the men hu-lde tired u re volver, which was returned from otittdde. The policemen called on .Slierill Kelley lir us- iptance hut when he arrived with his depu lies all was quiet. Fortunately no one w:i pcriouely hurt, though the lire' was hot and heavv and meant l'Uines. Second Vice l'refdent Holmes of the International Asso ciation of Mai'hinests, repudiates any knowl edge ot the allair. THE NAVAL DEPA HTM KMT'S FKTTY WAH OS SCHI.KT, Man Kll ed In Ver.hlre. Hiram Porter, who has been at work on new barn for .1 I! Staev and sou at Vershire was intantlv kllle. Tuesday by falling fr.im Ibe plate into the cellar a distance of -HI feet lie was well known having worked In thai part of the State for .'!." or 40 years at hii trai.'e as a carpenter and builder. Tho'C famous little liilN. IMVitN Little Karly !i-ers coniiie! your liver and bowels lo do their tint v, thus giviug you pure, rt blood to recuperate vour bodv. Are easv to take never gripe, drtene's drugstore, 3 KOTINGS. Cuts and bruises are healed by Cham berlain's Pain Li al in in about one third the time Bny other treatment would re quire because of its antiseptic qualities which cause the part? to heal without maturation. For sale by Brooks House Phaimacy. Wttt Ward. born. Mra Eunice Siirague closed a success ful term of school Friday, with a nicnic on ine island, uamee, music and re freshments were served to pass the time pleasantly for trie children and their friends. Many expressed a hope that Mrs Sprague would return for tbe next term. Bcbolars without marks. Leone, Maud acd Floyd Kobinson, Ralph Pike, Leonard Kewell. George Edwards, Florence Chamberlain and Frank Smead. Th expected social of Saturday even ing1 was postponed a week on account of a threatened thunder (bower. The Wedneedry night social was well attended and enjoyed. K H Whitman of Ann Arbor, Mich, and Mr acd Mrs Van Xe a and son of priogniU. Mas, recently visited at W I! Lyman's. Miss Sadie Davidson has gone to Xortbfield, Mass. Ullaalac-toB. Ira S Gall has returned to A .lams Mass, after "rendir.a some time here for the benefit of his health, ard has resumed bis duties in the oTice of the Renfrew manufacturing coicpaoy. The pr- that annoy, you so will J quick ly and j-nir.er.tiy beiJ if vou u- I V t itt' Witch Ilarl Salve. Ik-waVeof worth-it-s itrunHr.'iij.. fcrttLt's i!rug;eiore. 1 The treasury statemect needs as a complement that is single fact that if Mr McKicley hud not adopted warlike policy in trie 1'oilippines. or had not, in fact, bought tho Philip pines at all, and if at tbe same time tbe American people had continued to pay tneir taxes without a murmur, this country would today have no public debt at all. Tbiok uf it! We might have breo the only great coun try in the world without a dollar of public indebted' ess, and therefore free from the obligation to pay 8'10, 000,000 a year of itterfst money. This is tbe result that might have been accomplished with the money that has been thrnwn away in killing from 7.J.000 to ltX'.COO Filipinos during the st three years. Hartford Tunes. The bigb-UnIT papers continue to belabor Secretary Gaga frr his cus tojis decision ugairst Russia and Jtalv. lnis is unfair and iniiicmve of tbe spirit winch hunts a scapegoat fur its own blunders. Mr Gage is merely enforcing the la?, wli ici they belpe l promote an i now defend. Springfield Republican. Col Junes Kilbnurco of Coluiubu e'siiy leads ill tbe contest for the Ohio Democratic enmination for gov ornur. lie has fir innre pledicj delegates than all ethers put tcgell er, but the politicians are predicting tnat nc will rate to I e lietter bar motji.ed with Tom Jobcsm than he ii supposed to be ia orcer to wio. Tbi convention comes text week. The lung-delayed biography of John Andrew, the great war governor of Massachusetts, who was in (Mice from lStil to 3 Hi :0, is in progress of making. It was pointed out. the other day, that the Philadelphia! who want honest municipal goterna-ent will hate tn fight both the arty oragniza- tions for it. the ene is as corrupt a tbe olher there isn't a penny's choice between ttii) Republican AshhriJges and DurhKins nnd tbe Uemncrdtic Dnnnellys and Ryans. Represerattito Paul has just given public evidence on this head. He is tte only Phila delphia Democrat who sat in the Pencslyvania Hnusa his year. "1 simply want to tell you what I know of some of your leaders, " ho sas to bis Democratic constituents, "they have never counseled uie to vote for one good measure, but alus for measures that I coul I not honestly uphold. " lUrtford Courant. The msjoiity report of the committee oti suffrage in the Alabama constitution al convention favors the "grandfather" plan for solving the problem for negro disfranchisement, nnd thus follow the example set by Louisiana and North Carolina. A strong minority report, sigred by four members, among them being former Gov W C Oates. opposes the plan on the ground that "the grarct father clause . . . violates the federal constitution by undertaking, by indirect means, to atiritlge the rint to vote. The same objection to the grandfather clause' was urged in the Louisiana nnd North Carolina oonvcclionj but witb- ont avail. A decision from the I'nited Suites supreme court must be obtaioed to decide the question of constitutional ity, a-id the sooner it is obtained Ibe better. The Philadelphia Press is authority for the statement that over .;1. 000 .000 was "nt in corrupting uieinhers of the last Pennsylvania LoL-islature, which i. distinguished "as the most venal ami unscrupulous ever known iu that state, ami hence in the Union. Votes on liehalf of a t.iuav organization of the IlmsI i. lure, and then for the various "rinner"' mi.l franchise-grab bill., are said to have com manded as hiiih as j:Ei.o(iO each iu eases, and Iio.uoo ami -'ii.ihi were common payment. Jlany of the legislators return home with in dependent fortune, as a result of the session work. Prof Johnston of the 1'nlversltv of Kansas ba discovered a mr iis hv which he exiects to make the negro white'. Prof Johnson's met Lou vonsi.te or Inoculating the neuro with the germs of kuctis, or albinism, a harmless disease which produces those oddities of naiure. Known as albinos. The principle is that it stops the rirnosit of ailnwi iilt niMttpr In the skin. Prof Johnston reeentlv worked his discovery on a nesra with immV Th ..cm alone did not chamre their color. A New Naval lll.tory by Author of lit. Iinlailon That Tickle. Ilia Ueaurocrai. and Kaettmil.t.-Smn. f l" Kiaiemeni. auil How They Violate Hi. Train. (From our special correspondent. ) Washington, July -Tho navy de pBfta.eiit is bugging itsi-lf over anuib er so-cnllod " impartial history of the war with Spain, put forth by b dis tinguished bisturiuu, in wuinb tho facts of history me deliberately sup pressed wita tbo plain Utention of exaltiog Admiral Sampson and hu miliating Admiral Schley. Kdgar Stanton MBclay is the author of "A History of the Luito.l StHtes Navy. The first two volumes of this important and ambitious work were issued in IS!).!, and contain a com olets record of our national allairs afloat no to that time, Sirco its pub icaliou it has sieauuy grown iu ia vor. until it him been accepted us trie text book in tbe oavul academy at A nnanolis. "A third volume, carrying on uie -tory through the war with Spain iluwu to tae year now. has been ami ed. While Mr Maclay dois not fulsify facts, he suppresses them wbe-ctor they rebound la tho benefit tf Acl miral Schley, thus in many oases giv ing un altogether false impression. Paaainir over hundreds of minor out raues ti truth, bis description of tte tight at Santiago must convict him of dcliberto malice. Maclav sunnresses the fact that Schley of tbe HrooKlvn was obeying Sampsons ordois to "close in eu the harbors mouth when he made his famous spurt at tho opening of the fight When that no less famous sweep to starboard was made by the lirooklvn, be accuses Schley of "i eliberately turning tail and running away, aud of "evasion of duty, " mid us's this remarkable phrase: "Schley was per fectly willing to atoid blunketirg the tire of the other Amenoin warships, even at the risk of a Disastrous co lisinn with the Texas, so long as hs could escape getting too close to Uan eer. " This is rualko, nothicg less. To make it appear as truth, Maclay sup preees the fact that there was no poe sinle danger of collision except through tbe fault of the lexas, tf c flagship taking the other cnuise would have plated her in u position of the must danger bv forcing ber beteeo tbe Spanish ships and the shore, with sides too tbin to withstand the eremies' fire, suppresses the fact that the Brooklyn was, from the I ( gin ning to the end of the fight nearer the etemy than any other American ves sel; omits the (dlicial map which proves that fact that it waa the plaio duty of Sob ley to keep his ship from damage, siece she was the only Amer ican with speed sufficient to pursue tbe Spanish cruisers in the absence of the New York. Maclay uecs another malicious phrase concerning the Brooklyn, saying: At the beginning of the action this cruiser was, much against her commander's will, in the thickest of tho battle' "Against her core maoders will is impossibly false io its intention. Then be goes on to prove that the Brooklyn was kept out of tho banns ny in the face of the fai ls that she was smirk oftener than any two American ships, and that the onlv man killed io tbe engagement was standing at Schley's Bide at the moment of death. The final pioof of Moclay's petty malice is to be found in bis suppress ing the official report of the board of survey winch informs the world that the guns of the Brnoklvn inflicted more damage on the ctcmy than those r f anv other American shin, and that he was the onlv An.ericai engaged and helped to ruin every Spanish war ssel. IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on Products In the Leading Demand. lieWitfs Witch Hael Salve slioui.l l.e roinptlv applitd to cuts, burns and scalds. It sooths and nuicklv heals the injured parts. There are worthies, cotinierf, it... I e sure to get UeWltt'a (ireene's dniir store. ." An O.culatory Trust. President Schwab has iust lieen the chief personage in an incident that will lie likely to win for him more widespread fume than even the announcement of ids alleged uiillioti- ioilars salary. It seem that buving acquired along Willi other favors from Mr Carnegie the habit of giving, he contributed (?7.."00 a few days since for the purpo-e of helping lo lear up the debt of the I'resbvterian church in llraddock. Pa. The gratelul people of tbat hurch gave President Schwab a reception. and. as the story goes, the women, who were out in force, were so elated that thev Insisted iiKin kissing him. The head of the steel trust submitted as gracefully as could lie ex jtected in the presence of his wife, and was kissed bv a round 2D0 of the fair sex. some of them bugging him heartily and saying "tind nicss you. ' Scuwab must Have been some, what atl'teted bv this osculatorv onslaught for it is added that he was so pleased over his reception that he promptly agreed to wipe out i lie remainder ot t lie cuureli debt. hurch debt amounting to ti.4ofl. It would seem to be enough for President hwab to monopolize the steel and iron lit ld without attempting lo establi-h a local oscu latorv trust.-liupimrton Free Press. Boston, July I!. Butter In well sus taineil, though trade bus; been (lull on the recent very hot Mouther. The sup' ply of good nivalin ries coining forward Ik still good, but the demand sociiih to be siillieient lo take cure of It. Kxtra creiiinery, small packages, 2fn'2Vbc; northern fivsli, round lots, ai'ri-'lc; western, liiriflc; custom, liOVlMc; dairies, lsiIHe; lirsts, 17ftilSc; Indies, l ien Hie; Jobbing, i lc more. (.Iieeso Is very well sustained with good lots Helling tiiile reiulily for stor ing. Hound lots, new, 10c; Jobbing, '.yrle higher; Liverpool is quoted high er nt 4."i.s lid for white, mid Jtis tid for colored. The extremely hot weather lias been llglllnst the egg trade a good (leal, but the receipts have been pretty well taken ( lire of, nnd now prices me pretty linn. At murks, fresh western, l.'ify 14c: east ern, l.VrlTc; nearby and fancy, 17fl!k; inn up; jobbing, 11 l'ic higher. The crop of beans in the country was reported very small several weeks ago. owing lo the cold and wet weather uml dillh ultics entailing the planting;. Now the weather is reported exceedingly dry. with Ibe beau crop badly damaged. Mere the market is lino, with little change. Only a very few old apples are offer ing, and not enough loinnkoa market. California cherries are Iu rather bet ter supply. They sell at 1.7.V(iJ.,"i, by the jobbers. Native cherries are late, even If there any. California apricots sell at SPri l.rii'l per crate; plums, jtl.LWfirjii per crate, as to variety and quality. Blackberries and blueberries arc in full siinph for the season, mainly from the south. Blackberries sell at rti BI'.-jc; blueberries, WiVx: A few rasp berries have arrived and sold at .'i'le for quarters, and at lvL'ir for pints. The supply of gooseberries is small, and so is the ilcinniid. They lire quoted at ." (off per quint ill crate lots. Currants n i also oil the market and quoted at S;10 The biggest part of the strawberry season is now over, nnd it Is mainly na tives that are coiuiug. The extremely hot weather is against them, ripening them faster than they can la- bundled. They are quoted all the way from tic to J.m according IO quuiii.v, nun very fancy even more. Potaioes are a good doil easier, tinder hot weather, uud full receipts unsold. Old potatoes ore done coming, at least receivers will not receive them further. The' few on the market are quoted at: F.itra rose. $ya2."7 Mr barrel; red and white, f l.l'.Viil."."; old. tkVi7"c per bush el. Onions are well sustained at $l.oVri "." for Kgyptiun. Bermudas are get ting out of the market, but are still ou hand In limited quantifies at f" per crate. Bunch onions are quoted at ,sk" per box. Celery is sold at $1.2.'i per bunch, for big bunches. Spiniudi is very low at 1.V m r bushel. Ued greens are very plenty ami cheap at Mc tier bushel. Lettuce is quoted at Mo per doen heads. Radishes are sold at U.V per box. Cabbage s arc in full supply nnd olii'iip nt SI per barrel for Baltimore; .Vortolk. iiio'ii.! per package, as to quality. 'quashes continue at pretty wide range, arrow arc quoted at S2.M1 per crate. Slimmer squashes are quoted tit -Vk-'i; 2 per package, as to quality, variety mid styleof package. Cucumbers sell at ?.T per 1 for good to best, with seconds at half price. To matoes tice sold at : I'd l.."il "d- crate for regular southern. Willi Mississippi trays nt li7rH. Native hothouse sell at Mc cr lb. Yellow turnips continue very Inn at $.1 per barrel: white flat. .Vtf.n.V per bushel, as to quality; white French. .4 per barrel. Bunch lire quoted nt SI. IU) per doz. Old beets are about out of the market. Bunch beets are sold at H.V per dozen. Carrots are sold at Sl.J'i per bushel; bunch. 7."c per dozen. Par snips arc out of the market. Green peas are plenty at 7.VfiS1.75 INTERESTED IN PIANOS AND ORGANS? Well then, here's a bit of iitwi which may Interest you. C. W. STEWART OF BRATTLEBORO, w ho for Uie imfit 25 yenrs has solfl thoumndgof satlsfled cuetomera m this v!Iav 1' titnuB uml Or(U)rj, has ehtuhiUlici a ' MANUFACTURERS' AGENCY for the enle of gevrrAl of the Ifu'lln? makes of 1'lnnon ami Oivane. These iroo 's arc lou well known lo rtulre more than mere me ml on of the nujiits. which loliow ( WEBER, HALLET fie DAVIS, WM. BOURNE & SONS, W. P. HAINES & CO., And other Makers. PIANOS I I W. W. PUTNAM, PACKARD, WILCOX & WHITE. i ORGANS -Thee goods are each Ihe tjcst ami hlghcm tvne of 'r claFn, and the nricei, mime wIUiId the ruaoli of any puckeihook, irom to (slUOO for a Piano- , i from .-0 to I T for an Organ. ' " 1 The Point of Our Argument is This: To find a customer for a I'liino or Organ no.ta the manufacturer from .v to f lKi In fiiliirlea, rnl road fares, hotel till Is, He, ami Ihls expense must he met and adileil to the cost of carri Instrument sold, llv our erotnt plan we shall not Incur nils ex pense, but shall, oy making each ptirt'liaser his own agent, effect a saving which wlil he ilidiii ied irom the cost of ihe Initrumcnt. All we ask Is tnat you send us a nostal card and specify whether you wish to pincliase a I'lano or an Organ and about how much you wish to pay. We will then tend you descriptive circulars and Illustrations and after you have made your choice wo will semi the Instrument to you prepaid tor examination and trial and the irade can he concluded : or if you prefer we will pa" your expenses to liraitlcboro and you may examine the goods. Remember this orp-r holds good only until we secure an ageui for your town: could anyihlni! he n ore fair than this:- If you w isli it we will a'so make an arrangement whereby you can act as our airent by furnlshiDg us the mines of possible purchasers iu your neighborhood, and we will allow you a liberal commission on curb Instrument sold. Rememncr that we dltcuunt from f.Su to 100 on each Instrument sold, and the sooner vou ap ply the more nut you are to get this great bargain. Write to dav, and If you do not wish to pur chase, give us the name of tome neighbor or friend who doe9. Address .Mniiuliielurers' Agent. C. W. STEWART, Urattleboro, Vt. At GLYNN'S : : : Combination Store : : : SAXTONS RIVER, VT You will find a full line of New TRUNKS, DRESS SUIT CASES, BAGS, ETC. EXTENSION CASES, f New line of Men's WIXE COLORED OXFORDS and BICYCLE BALS. Straw Hats, Hosiery and Summer Underwear. DRESS AND NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. Pure, fresh SODA WATER AND ICE CREAM every day. 'M-J -.IS. ! rt?e- MPJCW- 0k PROMPT AND FAITHFUL SERVICE is not the only good feature of RICHARDSON'S MARKET. The very choicer meat? of all kinds, beef. . mutton, lamb, veal, etc., can lway he ha.l : here, and everything is .lelivereJ Ju t a or- j ilered, In good season nnd In perfect coe- ' dilion. This gives special comfort to c.i- :, tomers In Summer. 5 copvniOHV CSd T Edocate Tear Bowela With Curare ta. .nS"Ed' Cathartic, cure constipation forever. ioe.Sc. If CCC. tail. firuggUu refund money. ATTISTIO.V, i.vv i:toks: E. G. sroCF.it", I'airnt l.arrer, Washington, n. C . whose a.l. appears in oiir roinnius. is an attorney ot twenty-ore Teats' active practice an.l is well recommended 10 us Mi. rutin will be found In Dun's ar,d lradtrret- reports, as he ow ns ihe luetntin A9,. r has nt us ap. plication blanks and other paper and Inventors who are Intending to aoplv lor patenls would save tune by rahinii at this office and getunc the paper. l"..re iTesentlug tueZ appiicailons turough any oiitr Kuice. t-iT Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It pives instant relief and never fails to cure, it allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By itsuse many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It is unequalled for all stomach troubles. It can't help but do you good Prepared only by E. O. iIfWitt fc Co., Chlr aro Tbe 1. bottle conuilus2; times tbe 50c. ske. Creene's Drug Store. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your Lifeawavf You can be cured of any form of tobacco uuine easily, be made well, Mrong. magnetic, folio? ,.cw me ana vipor vj taainf; AH- TO-BAC. that makes weak men sironir Minv ten pounds in ten dar. Over It nn n tin cured. All druRmsts. Cure ruarantrml ' RonW All drugjrist.. ad-ice ritVI REMEKY CO., Chicago or New York. !T:..??.'Laa,',ce 'aSK. Address STERLlNli J7 por Sale at a Discount New PACKARD Organ See our advertisement elsewhere tn tin. paper. C. W. STEWART. Brattleboro. Vt. BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sella Everything. Addrecr J. 23 AIT. 33 -3?. Kyther Clock, Brattleboro, Vt. per btishi'l. String beans lire sold 11 ."He for itroeli nud nt miO;." lc kt bnshi for vnx. The pork nml lard ninrkets nrc fairly steiiily. wilh Ktiuiked shoulders bi;hi nml fresh ribs off 1-tc. The beef iiiurUrt continues stronrx. nl thoiiHii traile has really la-en very ilutl. on the ex'reuiely hot weather. Hut the supply has kept down to about the wants of the trade, and this has Iu dticed a tii-111 market. Prices are well sustained to 11 little firmer 011. rumps nnd loins. (in muttons and lambs the market has ruled dull most of the time for several days, duo to the extremely hot weather. Nprins Iambs nnd millions are easier, with fall lambs and veals about steady Spring lambs and mutton: are easier Willi fall Iambs and veals nbout steady. fprini: lambs. lUfrl.V: fall lambs. Sfir lilc: Hriirhtotis and fuuey. tfriltn muttons. iWfic: fancy ami Rrijrhtoiis. frSc; veals, ."it'i'.i'ic; fancy and lirinh tons. Vulilc. The poultry market is well sustained. consideruii; the very hot weather. Iced fowls have not been in ovevsiiimli-. ami Ihe market is pretty firm. Chickens are n Utile easier as the Ncason advam-os, Iced turkeys. (ViIOc: frozen, IKirlle; iresli native cliu keiis. l.rrr.illf: western. K-to -'.; fresh fowls. lful.'Ie; iced fowls, l'"iStllc; live fowls. U'tfitOVjc; live thickens. jOll'LV; choh-e spring ducks. H'Mrc. The buy market continues dull, with a ilesireon Ihe part of theowuvrs toclenu np obi hay. Iteports from tho crop of hew arc st ill excellent. Straw Is steady, mouRn ir is ammt time lor new rve? straw. Mlllfeed is a pood deal firmer, on the fact of lighter stocks In the bands of the trade than was anticipated, and tho greater firmness at Ihe mills. Hav. $ir.l.S; fancy nud jobbing, SIKfoMp; rye straw, $I920; cat straw. St 0tii.il. VERMONT PEOPLE. Hon J O S.inford, State hidm av comnils fiotier. nv iiivitation has la?(n preachinir tbe iroielof rooil ro:i.s tn the people of Maine. The I'lne Tree State, he tin.b. i. Iiehind Yer. mont in this alepartment of progress. Aha! Tally one for the t.reen Moiinlain State:" "I am indebte,! to I Ine Minute oin li run, for my present 1:00.1 health and mv life. I treated In vain by doctor- for lunc trouble following la sripie I took ine MinuteCotn-h Cure and recovered my health. "Mr KII Wi-e, Madison, Va. (irtflit's drag store. 6 ShotfTalks On Advertising ByCharlesAiBfinBafes. I "Crt a wJjv rf txtirfaction started in the ktut frrM a tkreeCKt n. No. 14. Ath'ertisements won't work miracles. They won't sell ice in Greenland nor snowshoes at the equator. An advertisement will sell overcoats in July if they are cheap enough, but a seasonable ad of -! seasonable stuff is always best. Dull season advertising must be considered in two ways, as adver tising and as insurance in- :, surance of business insur- ance against loss of trade. Such insurance should be I placed on the same business f principles that dictate the , placing of fire and life insur- ance. Pick out the strongest companies the best papers. Business insurance ad vertising is better than the other kinds. They repay the losses caused by misfortune. Advertising prevents the misfortune. It may be possible to do advertising from which you will never t see any results. It is certain that you will never get results from the advertising that you do not do. If all the money that is wasted in worthless media were concentrated in the best paper, it would v, carry a good advertisement straight through the dull season. Advertising finds a parallel in farming. At some seasons the har- t vest follows the planting very quickly, at others the result is slower. Plant advertising seed in December and the crop comes at once. Plant in July and it may be Septem ber before the full, rich harvest comes, but it will come. And if you plant a little "garden sass" along with it, you'll get something to cat right straight through July and August, too. Don't try to sell heavy things things involving great outlay. Seek out the little catchy, useful things. Get a wedge of satisfac tion started into the house with a three-cent fan, and the big end of it will carry in some silk dresses later on. Ccfyr!tlu, Civri,, AuM gain, AV IV. -But IWi mmMtr m-y mt Ur. 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