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Krooklhia. Edgar Stebbins, one of tbe members -of tin? Stebtins family of former ears who lei; town i5 vears ngn to seek Ms f..rtuce in the West, finning at lirst to Minnesota, theu to Xortn Dakota, where ho is now located us one of the sterling men of business of that section, paid h hurried visit this week to the homes of fho nhi stehhlns families now isolated from the Stcbbins name aud the friends ,. hij hnvhniiil'i davs. navina Ids re spects to C P Stickney and the old re-vr.-d schoolroom, where he received his early training for a prosperous man hood. irt.ir,,(n Smith tnok a carriage driv t li r.intrll tun neighboring towns las wsbI:. Miss Helen Wellman of Athens visited with her father, 4 O Wellinae iUcf Misr Edua Marsh is outin ur iiuiiitwK FhIIs for a few weeks. Mrs lla Tfirp and son have retuined from their stay at Deny. N" H Fred Coombs ilir of Guilford, visited hiBt week at CP HticUuey's. preach Sunday at siibool direct! has. been Edit Dover. Mi- and Mr (J A Smith of Brattle hon vera the guests of MrsO 1- Hall i.r. Snndav. Thev came up cu tbeir Buioinobil.-, tbe lirst one that was ever seen in this place. A number from this place took in I'd cle Tom's Cabin show at Newfane Wednesday evening. If you are losing appetite, lying Hu.-ike niehts. tiike Hood h Sarsa parilla it's just the tonic you need. Guilford. James E Duress tf tbe Boston & Maine freight t dice at Greenfield has returned from a three weeks' $Uf here He left Tuesday for Halifax, X S, where he will go onboard ship for a, month's sea vovaae, vis, ting Prince Edward Island aud other places. Gu llfortt Center. Ned Clark, 'wife and little dsugli, ter wtio have been visiting his sister, Mrs S M Bullock, returned to their home in Springn'eM, Mass, last Tuts dav. Leon J Ihr.ter and son Clarence are the guests of bis i ureots, Mrarjd Mrs,) U Thayer. K H Akelev and Mrs Irvicg Webster wrre in town last Sunday. W Whitney and family have moved into the house of the late Sum lie! rliubv. Mrs Hansom Akeley who has beeu sicii for w. eis past, is able to be up aud do some light work. Green tiiver. Mrs Frank Hairy and children of Holyoke are spending a few week's with Mr and Mrs Frank File. Mrs 1! T Cutting is on the sick list Mrs Ellen Powers unci two grandchlldien of l!ut land are visiting at Avery Powers'. Mr and Mrs W to Cutting of West minister West were in town Saturday aud Sunday. Ilert Braekett of Wilming ton visited his parents last week. Weil Halifax. It is hoped them will he a good at tendance at the Grange next Saturday evening, as there probably will be woik tin the lirst and second degree. Blanche Cheney was In town the first -nf the week visiting friend". Charley Barnap of Somerset is helping his uti cie. J C Winn, in haying w ith his team ard machine. Charles i'hurber is fin ing to cut the hay un the Crillin flace. lloilBlltnllvllle. Fr.tnk Phillips from Ludlow wag in town Sunday. Adams Cornet t was in P ru tfce last of t,lip ee! i,n business. Mrs Henry fi.tnam has returned home to Bellows Falls. --Hugh Lnt n is tome from Vnlpoio doing his fath er's haying. Etta Jackson is ae. liel lrs 1 alls visiting relatives. C F Butters, with help is cuing tne huyirg on bis fn.tr er's f irm in vVindbum. Mr and Mrs A C NVurse and two granrct il nen went ti lVru tne Hist of the week. Miss Daisy Willard frriu Westmiister visitoo at C F Butter's the first of tho week. --Mrs E M Cadorett whs in Chester M'Midav. S-ii f 'rd Gallup ie haying for Henry Wcolley. Vernon. Rev EOS Osgood will Union church uoxt o'clock p ni. Sunday after the eerviue. Tv'ipa Mum. Beers nMi(ipl). Mass. at Mrs Ellen Brown stnl.hi.ie Mia Klsiu Wilbur is work inn for Mrs John Hubbard. Mrs tri,nnv una t,o daughters are 'nl,yr.ir,r th mimnicr at her father Alnnzn "stchbios'.-MiHS Wright and i,,,, friend. Miss Hurst of Springfield Muss. re pnenoini n few weeks with Miss Wright's brother. J T Wright. r: IIbitv Leu went to Uoet in Wein.es dav for a short stav. Mrs Kinrliiie Ml ,ifU ue 11 nf Fitchburtf is visiting hi son, T K Stoekwell. Miss .Nellie Mat thews and Miss May Cook of Bloom Held, N J, are spundinr.g a few weeks with Mrs Ora Johnson. - 0 K Davie is building an addition to bis grain store. South Vernon. Mrs IJrsular Caldwell Pierce, r for mer resident of this place, died Suminy at the home of her niece in Greenfield The funerel wis he'd at Dickinson hall West Xorthrield, Wcdnisiiiiy. Wallace Thaver has been spending fnwdavs in Weft Chesterfield. MisMoul thrope of Xew Haven has come to spend the summer with Miss Lizie Purple. Mrs Alice liazelfon of Andoter lias beeu visiting reiotiveB in town. Educate Tour Howels with Caicareti. Candy Ootbartlc, cine constipation forever. 10c, 25c. It C. C.C. fail, druggists refund money. Nlratttm. Everybody in invited to attend a pic nic, on the spot where Daniel Webster spoke in H-Jll. Hun U M Kussell of Wif. mington. will address the people there, on Fiidav, Aug 1(1, lfl'i. Those living who were there hi iu are especiallv invited to be there and relate any nuec dote ot that gathering and if iinahle to attend, please semi their anecdotes to H E Eddy or Kev O 11 Palmer. Airs Mary Sprague ami two sons of X'orih Adams are at H P Forrester's. Miss Jlaitie I Kavhrooks haa gone to Vernon to work for Mis A White. ' wrote Dpm Pionom regard' tug my case, and received a prompt reply, tree." " I endured nearlv four years of suffer ing,"' writes Mrs. J . h. Myers, of Washington, W. Va., 'caused rir.rin:tll v J from improper med ical attention after the birth of a child, and female weak ness, resulting in a complication of dis eases. Had a terri ble cough and an incessant pain and soreness in limes. Was reduced in flesh from 184 pounds to atjout 100 pounds in eighteen months. I had no appetite, and became so weak and nervous I could carcclv sit un I doctored with our home physicians for two years with no benefit, I was finally induced to try Dr. Pierce's medicines. I wrote to Doctor Pierce regarding my case, and re ceived a prompt reply, free, advis ing the proper medicines for my case. After taking four bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and four of his ' Golden Medical Discovery. three doses each day, also taking one Ixrt 1le of Dr. Pierce's Compound Kxtractof Smart-Weed and some of his ' Pellets.' I ceKred coughing, and am new enjoying fH.'fxdid health and hat gained thirlv Jh ." pounds in u riclil. I again feel like my former self, thanks to Dr. Pierce and bis yre.it medicines." .'id u-oiHm are invited to rensuf Pr. Pieru- by letter Hi EE. All corropond rnie sai r, dly con fidential and all wom anly confidences guarded fr strict prcfts sional pri-.-acv. Address Dr. a'." P". '.ore, Buffalo, A". '. Wlllnitmvllle. I'be children of Mrs Polly Strntton gathered at her home at J M Merri r e :i s on Monnay mteruooii 1 press their gratitude ttiat her life has beeu spared to ee the age of 02. Vt ith the excentiun of Ms Klihil Park o Newfaoe, Mrs btratton is the oldest perst.n in town. Mrs Lucy Cushing is about the same age. Mrs htrattm called nn and dined with her children in Soutri Xewfane on Wednesday, acd returned in good spirits. Mrs Leslie Strnttin often waits upon customers in the u.ett market, while her husliand is away ltb the cart. While trvii g to bBng up a lame piece of eef on Monday, ner panel caugnt in tbe book below where she was trying to hung th meit, onil tbe wound ei, tended nearly through her hand, fchi mute disable-! but it is not as painful as it first. Tbe infant child of Mr and Mrs Bvron Bailey. Lettie, aged 1H nonths. iu last week and was litirieil nun day nfterroo''. Whooping trough end ed 111 a brain disease and r.covtry seemed impossible. Mr anil Mrs E K Godd'ird of North Adams brought the body nf their baby ere for burial in the lot of their father, George O Cooley. Some men from Brattlehoro have men lettering new stones in the vil lage cemetery the past week. Mrs rieher (formerly Mm Bowkerl, Mrs Sabin Morse, Mrs Sarah Sabin nd Thomas Morse were aoiong those to receive attentior. Lyman Church of lielbws Falls was in town Mondav. Tbe steam mill re sumed work on that day, and as the ergine hBS befn thoroughly repaired and ceT orders for baskets are coming in dailv, it is not probable that it ill suspend work again this summer. The ice cream social on Friday ver.ir.g, nettoJ .M. Another company from Newfane, Brattleboro and tnis village are camp ing at Sunset lake fur a week. Mrs Annie Sherman acts ua chaperon. Kev Mr Evans from South London- erry .occupied the pulpit at lr.e Methodist church last Sunday, Krv G Kurilickt went tu Cumin Londonderry. Newfane Hill is hccjmirg a villus gain ai d nust he a delightful sum- nuer resort. L 1' Wheeler has just completed 11 two story house of nire rooms, owned erd occupbd hy Miss 8aue of Waie, Ms. Another build ing is, in process of croition. The V P C C" will take for its t-ipii: next biinclay evenina, "Our Keith 111 the Scriptures." Leader, Mrs lino gene K White. Air and Mrs Ferguson of Springfield, Mbfs, r.ie boarjicg iit C E Perry's. Mr yuinn, who has been in Spring field, Mas', to uncergo an operation, has returned to his home here.- CuHrles Smith, tf the firm of S A Smith A- Co of BraMleboro, with his wife went througn this village in an automobile on Sunday afternoon. W II Newton and fninily with Charles 11 Dickenson are spending a week at White Mountains. They report the weather as unusually hot here. George Madisoo is visif'ng at E K 1 Hard s. Mrs Celia Brockington is sta)ing with her sister, Mrs Tboivas Morse. Mr nnd Mrs Clarence Allen of Boston are visiting his mother and sister, Mrs Abbie P Allen Rid Mrs L K Duna lee. - Edgar Ki slier of Shrews burv. Mass, 13 visiti'g his father, 1) W Fisher. M.-s Fred W'arJ and son of L it docderrv arrived at her father's, George Hulls', on Weiaesday for 1 stay nf several days. Miss fcrts Stel, bins-of Vernon came on Wednesday etening and Mr and Mrs James Houghton, with son Bnd daughter of Saitons Biver. 00 Friday evening to visit Mr and Mrs E I) Kiohardsou. OOHNSONS Tin only liniment for Internal utte ft qalctt riirtt fur eolte, cruoiiJ, lUiirrbtra, cUoUth mnr luis, liites, ItuIhcb, hunm, t-inw, vhuiluw, Htmiiif, hiraliis in tbociUl rt'llnhlo JOHNSON'S Ay Blrtf-e IMts. Kit pit . s.2'''entsii.inl .'iict ;jtj, J ., If outwit, Mmkn, j Tnvorlte family remr-tty Blrtfe In 0:,'li"UKe. 'i'wtisizc 1 ri-c l-nol: (Ml "Trrtttmt n 1. h. JllilSSO.V A . LEADING WINDSOR COUNTY EVENTS. DIFHTHKHIi IN SHELDON. Woman Din Prom (he Dliwit it nil 1 BarUit in ( Early NornliiB. Mrs Marv Beaulac. wife tf Camp bell Smith, died Sunday night of diphtheria and was buried early Mon day niorr.irg ut l'airheul cenietn-ry. Mis Smith had bach ill only two da's. Tnia is the b'rst unso of iiphtueria in 'own for several years. 1 lien it mis in the f.unilv of 1J P Bueliey, iiim five children nied. How this case originated in this bouse cannot, be explained. Every precaution has been taken to preieut a spread of tho uis-case. IICTLAN a KK4L.LV DKV. SlceiiliiK Ulrl FalU From a Third Slorv AVImtoir. Tile hot weather wss responsible for h serious accident in Queijei last week Tuesday Dight. Miss llossii Owens. 13 years old, retired to ber room in tbe th'rd story of ber boost and moved ber bed close to tbe open window, the tied remg even with th sill. About 1 o'clock in the morning the psssiug of a heavy team aroused tier and she rolled out, falling on the roof of the ell b feet below, and from thrre to the ground, a distance of about ten feet, striking on a lot of Hower pots. She was dazed for a mo ment but was not made uncinscious. and she remembered striking both timee in hor dangerous trip to the ground. Dr Rogers was suminored, who found that nn bor.m were broken. Some internal kjury, however, has resulted in peritonitis. County Court. Tbe June terra of Windsor county nurt wbs resumed at Woolstock Tues day morrirg, beirg called to order at 10 o clock after a recess of atuut three ek?. A number of respondents were on hand to plead. Among tne r. umber era three oung n.en charged with the recent burglary at Hethel, when ICelohers' store aril the Centrral 'ermoi t stati m suffered slight los. Edward liiwen inn Frank Mernelc pleaded guilty lifr to two indict ments and Eugene S Harriett pleaded not guilty and sentence was deferred. Mrs istelfa Morse of Uartford was also arraigned on an indictment hargina that on the night before the fourth of July she clischarifed a shotgun several times from a window ard that several young men received ore or lss i f the contents of the in. iine pleatlea guilty acd was fined $-"0 and costs In the case nf Art. ison Lockwcod against George L Fletcher, an action to set aside a jua tice judgment, a verdict waa rendered for the defendant. The next case was that rf Alice M Chamberlain against E S Putnam, action for assault and balttrv. Ihe parties are from Barnard. In the case 01 Edmund Bowen, who pleaded guilty to con'pliclty in the Bethel burglariee. the r-epondent was sentenced M ednesday to not more than three nor les than two years in Ihe house of correction. Sentence was stay- and the boy placed in the custody ei the ptobstion officer. Hills of tuvorce were granted for de- sett ion In the Mlowicg cse: Ells M llsun vs Lvman Wilson, May Lcclair W'intlt Id C Lcclair. NulU-e Piitiluiicd Kuougli. Windsor cou'tv court Widnesday morning imposed a Ikeot 8-7) Hint costs t f SI") upon Del Deso. df Woodstock for li-liing in waters stocked by the state. . Tlir-ru were no signs ou the premises aid a notice published In the local papi'Mtwu years ago was deem ed si.llicitnt warning to the public. De'o caught three fish in snid brcoit. There in a tumor that Deo it.teiuls to emer a coinplaint aeamst a br.Hlier of the tbh warden for a similar offense in v.ho-0 cae, it is said, thii warden did nut act. Local LUftior Urralem Halcil lltrorc Jntlga . Tail Violation nf Injunction Charged Teatluiony Tiienlay Utnli Principally Wllh galoona Oprratcil L'lidrrr tlx UUUa ot UrUK Ntorca luitcllloila Ways of Ctri'timvcntliifr Court (IriUra A Minor for Uar TrtlUer tunthr Plat: H'licre lie Operataa liclillifl (alaaa and Purchaser lion't Know Who He la. Hearings in cases for tbe alleged violation cf injunctions to restrain .'10 or more liutland liijuor dealers from doing business began Tuesday be fore Judge Kcssell S Taft of Builir.g ton, in chancery. It looks cow as though n.any of tbe Dealers would be sentenced to prison as soon as the eases are finished. Tho citv is absolutely dry tor the Hrst time in many years. Ihe day was taken up in testimony concerning the methods of conduct ing illegal joints ucder tbe guisj of drug stores. Among the cases to be brought up cro state v John and Henry tiarrett and James Scullv; Kate v William Dugan, John Morgan and Martin McMabon, state v Stephen Cragin, James K Battles, John E Welch and Walter Jasmin: state v Henry li Store and Leon C Situonds; state v M 11 Hugan and Henry Strutile; etate v F IX Kicbardson and C U Brislin state v Patrick Gilrain and James Ciilrain. Hearings will also be held in th ease of the state y C 11 Lnwlur Hiid Edward Shaw to show cause why temporary injunctions should Cot je issued auainst them. WednesKay the session was taken up with the case against Henry Kichard son and C H Britliu, proprietors cf th" Hotel Berwick, where an alleged full tletiged bar is maintained. It was shown that a young man under age was the bartender while tbe in junction was in force and was igno rant of the injunction, lie will prob ably get oft easily on that at.vouct. The aftjrnoun was taken up with the case if Patrick Gileatn. Testi mony showed that at this place liquor was pushed out to customers through a hole tbe size of a glaBe, making it im possible for the customeis to tell who sidd tbem the liquor. J Clmncelor Tft said Wednesday af ternoon tnat he would cot give de cisions for several dajs. Mad IMS at Mt Albana. A large bulldog, maddonej tiy toe intense heat, and trothmg at mo mnuth. ran doito Lake street in St Albans Wednesday ufternoon, carry inir terror to all in his path. Tho animal, pursued by men armed with axes and guns, inado its way into tbe Holy Angela' convent building, in which there are many French Caiholic nuns. The nuns had seen the apprnacti of the mad dog, and when ho entered terror reigned. Tbe tin die was pot lea sened by repeated shots fired at the animal. Although wounded he kept running about tho hulls, scattering blood from his wou"ds all about him, until tho tilac9 looked like a elaugh ter bouse. At lust a well-aimed bullet Dtit Iiim nut of misery and relieved the hurrible suspense of tbe terrified nuns. The beast bit do one, tiut tore a colt almost to pieces, me uug s owner is unknown. Ilravy Kitllnra at Burlington. Orlow S Doddg of Burlington filed bis petition In involuntary hankruprcy at the ofllce of the clerk of the district court in Burlington Wednesday. Mr. Dodds' stated vocation is that of gen eral tradesman. His liabilities are tKr.jf'4..ri0, of which QXifli't ut secured, and PIV1T2.43 unsecured. His assets are 0.1.700.30. EDITOK HI. Nil l. tHlOV. It. C. Culon Pert Hoitt met wi'h a 1 ainf.il acci dent at the Howland tarin in Taftsviiie while unlCHiling liny. He stepped luck through an opening in the wagon ami fell, striking His side against the side of the wagon. No hones ere broken, hut there were cracked ribs and seycie lameness. flood of tha Brandon Hotted Co. C, V. N. G. I! C Flood, editor of the Brandon Lnion, was hanged in effigy at that place Tuesday night by a large crowd of people. The act was the result of an editorial printed in the I nlon recent ly in which Caminny C, Vermo it Xa- tiotif.l Guard, was rou:t;'d somewhat an I accused cf coaxing the felcctmen in order to he allowcj to give bund cjtu.crr acd sell ice erteni on the vil lase gre.'n. The bjntl is very popular and much feeling ag:iln: Flo .d wa aroused b the iditoiial. Tuesday night a moli of several hundred as'intiled on the vil lage green. An image of Flood wa soon produced, and a tcpe lastcned to it neca. Tnis wasthrown over the limb of a tree :inj amidst t renH iidoiis cheer ing the efllgy was pulled up to the limb. Alter haif an hour of cheering ami hoo:ing the mob quietly dispersed. Mrs Peter Helval of East Burke met death while helping her huhand In the hay field. She fell from the loaded wagon and the wheels passed over ber body, killing her instantly. W E Dow, who has been station agent at East Barre for the last fiu years, left last week Thursday, leav ing behind a number of creditors. George Dobbs of Williamstown, is act ing as station agent for tbe present. Emor Ellis of Poultcey. was struck on tbe head by a pitched ball in a game with Tieunderoga at Poultney Saturday, hllis was rendered uncon scious ard is still in a serious cnndi tion. Uis recovery is by uo means certain. George H Almon bad a narrow es cape from electrocution, at Helton Fill' Saturday. He wbs fixing a switch, when it short circuited. He was made unconscious an.1 was saved by the presence of mind of one of the workmen, it is estimated that 12,000 volts were on the wire at the time. Mr All. ion is around witb one hand in a sling, it having been badly burned, lie considers himself extremely fortu nate in escaping with so little injury. flow Arc Toar Kldneyt t Pr. HoM.V Spnrairui PI lis carp all ktdner tils. Sim Die free- Add. Sleriinit Ueniedy Cu., Ciilcmtu vr N. V The Old Fashioned Uoy. At a little dinner of a few old timers In this city the other iilsbt one or the nnenkcra said: "Whnt lias become of tho old fash loiied boy, the one who loohed like his father when his father curried tho sort of nouiposltv which was like t!io dlvln itv that hedged 11 king la the tlmo when kfnghood was In its brenk of day, tbe boy who wore n hat which tlircareneu to coino dov.-n over his enrs, tho boy whose tiottse;'.? were made over from i,iu r-iMier's hv h!3 mother or mint or crandtr.jtlier. the boy whose hair had n cowlick In It befui'e mid was sheared oft the snint; length behind, tne noy who walked with bo'.U hands la the pockets of hla trousers and who expec torated between his teeth when his teoth were damped together, tho boy who wore hoots run down nt the heels. the boy who never wore Unlckcrbock- HERE AM) IIEKEAFTEK. A Chrlatlan Vlaw of Marriage. The whole matter of marriage tiiuit be studied more from the Christian standpoint. Too many are quickly and poorly married. Too manv resort to tbe courts to secure divorces. Ex cept the borne is built on love aod kindred tastts and as tbe Bible states, in the Lord, it will never be what it should be in this world, a fragment of beaven. Rtv James W Fifield. crs or tt roundabout coat, the boy whoso chlrosraphy was shaped by the gym nasticB of Ids tongue, the boy who be. llcved his father was the greatest man in the world and that he could have been president If he had wanted to be, tho bov who was his mothers man when the man was away from home.' New York Sun. , Virtue of tbe MaUn. Among the Mafla "onesta" Is the great virtue. This virtue is saiu to ue possessed by those who never under any circumstances help tho authorities bv riving Information, not even or crimes of which they may be the vic tims. To give information Is to forfeit all honor, to become a "casclttunl," or spy. Tills feeling which underlies the Ma fia, which is not old, but was born in Sicily at the beginning of the nine teenth century. Is due to the Inborn hatred which the Sicilian hus for gov ernment. Any Interference of the au thorltles In his private affairs he re. cards with Jealousy and distrust. ' In bis sight a man who calls on the au thoritles for anj-thlng is vile. lie be lleves In settling private differences privately, either by fair fight or mur der. No matter what a member of the Mafia may suffer, he will never Inform, If he recovers from an injury, he will avenge himself If he can. and If he cannot ho blames 110 one and would scorn to even take the authorities Into his confidence. A Sicilian proverb runs. "If 1 live, I will kill you; if I die, forgive you." Oven reliable Ov- Indicator is cr.; many advcr.cfi ', turea cf tbe j&rSa.ci.rages It ii earily read and tells the truth, ihe bingie warn per (patented) m auotner creai j help to co oki. Walker A Pratt Mfg. Co., Hmhion. 1 irruiar ire. JOHN CALV1M, 53 Main St., Brattleboro Established 1878. rPOlHce ao4 Ware Rooms: rirat F..-.-.. v Jlnln lri et. Our Iiutlnesg in r XDEBTAKIXG EXCLIS1VLLI, We take full charge anl I furnish everything required, luclu tir,? f'ntt, I Burial Suite. Hearee, Carrluge. r ivuvr ... i j Weearry the'.l.nrieet aii'l Finest Mi.t; ,,r .u .8 in inu Biate. ciujjuut: cuutiect:uL? lav u nlfrht. ii. is. es ozntd Funeral Director, BOND'S BLOCK, Bratileburo. Wllmincton. Many ot our farmers here in town have finished haying, with a lino cro Wetherell & Dowd's '-rrcle Totn's Cabin," was shown on Tuesday eveting on the school grounds and a large crowd attenuea. It is reported this week in town that iwerion I'lumo or Mnlilai, will go to work for tt m ( lark iu his meat business on Shatter street. The Vermont House has heen full of boarders and tiaiisieut nien lor tbe past week. W II WriL'ht. brother of Mis Slav Titus of Hath. Ind. mid Etlwarj Warner, brother of Mrs Frank Tltim. from Matamoni. Ind, are viitinir Ihein. yuite a number came to tho forest anu Stream clut house last Wednesday. Ihe parry of .North Adams bovs who have heen campion at Lake Kaponda for tae past two weeks, will return tn their noniee today. hames His, wife and son from Xew York City are stopping at Geo Koherts' on West Main street. George Albce'a Botly Itfrnvrerl. The hody ot (leoive Alhte, who vh rlrowned Snndav morning; In the t.'oiinei-tirut Itiver at sipriiu.-ili'M l,y tbe cap iina t a -.ail hunt. wa fminil float in' near the 'Vermont shore Tue lay. The funeral was lieid at the Coiiitrt'irationitl churc h at 4 p in. ami laru-elv attended.: Nearly l.Miof hi- ft How wnrkiiieii were pii ent in a hotly. A Mice wits a foreman in the Junes ,fc Laiuson Maehine C'oniutiiv hop. A boon to travelers. i;r Fowl?r"s Kx tract of Wild Strasheiry. t'ures oysentery, diarrhoei. seusickne.-s. ii;nisPH. TleusaLt to take. l'erfecily harmless. Uiillillni; tliirurit Ut Caltot. The expiosiun of R L'ssoline stove in the house of David Nrlsun at C'aliot Sunday afternom resulted in the tutul loss nf the house and small bum m-ar and mo-it of the furnituie. The hsnd tire engine and a large number cf penplrj acre on hand shortly after the lire ws discotore I but oin to the stroni,' wind were unahie to check thp Haines. The loss is estimated at about tS00. The house was irstired for ilOU and the furniture for f-JtlO in the L'uion Mutual. Scarks from the Nf lson bous? si t I fire to the roof of tte Ueicin t.lace RtljeiDint; but were discovered ud quickly put out. Christianity Tcatrrd by Time Christianity has stood the test of 1,900 years. It has lived among ad verse fores, governmental, commer cial, and intellectual. It bus fought its battles, it has bad its apparent defeats, but has arisen purer and morn powerful with each succediutr epoch. It has a firmer grip upon the thcuj-'ht of the world t jd.ty than ever in its hhtcry. The great ethichl teanbc-JS have taken their stnnd s,jJr.rHy upon the f .jndainenral t'hris tun platform uamelv. tl-e rc.e-sit- of iiKiivijunl re'eueral ion and an iiu i.erdtive social oMigatinn nnd they are free to assert, that Lhristi'tnity is the trarsfurmiiig element which is to nuke possible the individual and s.'cial iueal. Kev Walter C'sllev, Hup. list, liosto:'. man lii company red out ill. u CENMXfciTON fOlMI. I'r. Morris G fiurmey and wife rf Keene, . II, have beeu iu ton a few lays, joiniig their tlauglter, Mrs Orace Kills and family. h syette Stra! :ou recently cacturrd a large ut . ijear in a trap ou ood lord itounttir. J received the sfHl couuiy vi 5i2. u ne samt- tiav four CDi.ilren tieioct'in.': ti I'eter Galiuo were on tbo mountain after berries, anu while wandering around came across a nest in which fwur bear cul.s. Th-y stotiic.l to 1 ok at them acd wnilo sj doing hear ! a coise. :,nrl looking into a bush saw the mother Jieur coming.. They rled. and tLe old hear did did Dot follow them. f'uts and bruises are healed bv Chnni- beilain's Pain Ualoi in about one third the time any other treatment would re quire because of us antiseptic tjualities which cause tbe parts to heal without matiirnt ion. Knr kiilu Ut.u.lrB M m:i. d:.i l ... . .. ... "uusc iirjR nuicr. wuu nits neen nuir.n l'naitiiHcv. i. ,i.. .. . at her mother-in-law's. Mis C C Kider i, was taken to ner mutber's nonie, Mrs ttt-i Averill'e, ooe mile east on the Hrjttleboro road oo Tues day last. Kev Mr Estabrook's little child bas beeo oncgerously sick for tbe past week. Krank Allen took a party to Bratt'eboro Mondav. liny rirotvncd al Itnn'lnlpl). There was a drowning accident Sun-da..- afternoon at .'!::1U o'clock in which hine-t Carl, tbe 11-yetr-eld son of Mr Kcd Mrs bolcn Sulh'an of Kandulih, lost bis life. He went in bathirg with his brother and another small boy. ne-ir the old Fester place, )cre he got in beyond bis depth ;ind went untyn. His tirother ran tor assistance, which arrived onlj iu time to teujver the lifeless bodv. 'Iilld at Snaulnn frtarniv HttrtKil. The three years-ol.l onughler r f .Touri Ha' ce of Snanton, was severely if not fatally burned Monoav. Ihe child whs at pUy with hereignt years old brother back of tne house a'lid it in supposed that they had in some wsy obtained matches. Toe little girl r.tn across the road to tne home of Kred (ireeno, t,er doihirg teirg in Hunts. Mr9 (Jreeno tors elf the frag'teuts of clotaes reintiuir l', ihe tiesh Ciimicg with tie gancents. iJr Allen riresseil Ihe burns. lUr lecov-e.-y is co.isijeicd doubtful. Wartlaboro. Miss Rcn He-cox of Lawler Brothurs' oflice at Greenfield left Mondav for a week's visit ".ith her aunt here. " Writ Wardaboro. The C E Society will serve icecream id ine vestry, Saturday evening. Aug 3. Mrs C E N'ewell of Hrattleboro. Is vis itltg at O M Xewell's. Mr and Mrs Munroe ot Berlin. N' V, are visiting their son at tt" V tirattao's. Mrs Jones ar.d children of North Adiiys. M&, are vit itirg In towc. Two Mora Manila Tcnilim. ncrt 8r.afl.trd and Kred .1 Ilalley, both nt tne class ot WW, Middlebury col. lege, will leave California immediatelv lor toe J. aljippmes, liaving received an. poiutmeots as teachers, liailey goes as a suostrute in tne place of J. Karl Par ker at West liutland, who had received an appointment, ,ut who bad relin quished the same to accept the private secretaryship of Kenatur Trot-tor. Siaf. ford has beeo the manager of the col lege base ball team. Ton thousand demons cnaxinz awav at one's vitals couldn't be much worse tnan trie tortures cf itrhino piles. Doac's Ointment never fails. A had eoniplexmn p-nerallv ieuitfrom iuartive liver nre! Immrl.. ly'all f:i, b ea-ts. ;rr, in i.nue r.:;r.y tii-er product Krutifv-.i .111; rerun-, ortti.t era-.-stoie. 2 The village rf Salisbury is aliened to nave i-een the sl.itlin pUce tf Kd ward Mattins of .(. i ork, with an iccoare of 8100,0(10 fper vear, and wife who bas asked Judge Uykemati io issue nn oroer to sno hv sous to:iian shall not. be apointeU for bis person ami estate. She is seeking to prove nm dp is of rfak and unsouDd triinti. Martins was formerly a promi nent Oeoocratio politician in Mount VerooL, N V. The eldest tlauehtcr of Mr and l re Fred Taylor is paralyzed as the re suit of a bolt of electricity which passed through tbeir nouse iu" Middle bury during a recent storm. A slite boom is predicted in Castle- ton. The slat so far uncovered bv the Boranteefi Siste comnanv at the miiir- ry opened last spring is excellent in ijudiity anu quantity. The C3ntract for build ini tha rear electric rosd from West Kutland to rair tiaveo has been awarded to the Adams Construction camptny of Ni agara Kalis. N V. It is expected that work will be begun on the load in atoat two weeks. , I.ear..irg in'ike for himself. The SWEetPst. hocey is L'at''i of tr.e bite of n busv, unst ifi ful anl holy life. lie suPiintR to 'in seen through a microscope who suffers himself tj h caught in a fit of pjsaiou. l ne gijoness ot unnstisn faith is someti'ini? which lies too deep to be disturbed by thu waves ar.d tiles of eartnly trouble. It has its source iu the very heart of Hod. inore is a aanger to cnarncter in the falte values of life, tie exagge rated idea of material things, the in creasing absence of the supernatural. Kigbt Kev Mgr Thomas Conaty, Calbulii', Washiugton. Life is a sirtntgle, and the Christian life is nn exception, even, although it may -differ iu its nat ire. Satan has erected in this world great walls to hinder us in our progress. These must In batteied down before we can reach the citadel of our holy amhitioa Kev lr George S M Doremue. Rli-tiat (Sain tiritttnda In tlta Vorl,. Tne ladies ill be interested to knew tint IJr cle Sam lias the meet valuable pearl and shell fisheries in the world in tho Sulu arch iptlngo. Of shells alone in the raw stat" there er iniportet into the United States in the year llloa, t?1.0Iti,728..H aorib. Tub value of pearls in their natural stats or split impor:ed into ihe United Pt'ites for hone consumn. tion was in 1S!(), ,-?l,S0i,S.")l. in l'.XW. .1.5P."),'.il(l ; for nine months endine March 31, I'.Kj!, f l.0ft!.I0. rdnkirg next in value to diamonds, which, besides t:.eir value fur ornaments, are used in tie arts, uo eccnonio use whic'i pctrls do not possess. No estimate is made of the total value t f the pearls discoverel in the possessions of t!in United States be cause the Chinese and r.nglish at present have a monopoly of the trade at Sulu. The American shells and pearls are all marketed now at Singi pure. Formerly MaLila was the cen tre of the trade, and an elloit will be made to win it back. The finest dealers in the worl I, acc ording to ex perts come from the Sulu archipelago and the waters producing the best of the pearl bearing uiollusss cover ttoro than l."),2i0 square miles. Hiassi is tbo central poitt aud there are several thousand fishers in the vicinity. Ttie old style of naked diving is being superseded by modern equipment and methods. GrOKrapIilrat Dlatrlbntlon of II air, The geographical distribution of the hair over the habitable world Is, as re gards the color, very precisely deflna. ble. Tho xaiithocomlc or light haired races are to be found north of latitude 4S degrees, which cuts off England, Hclglum, the whole of northern Ger many and a great portion of Russia. between this parallel aud latitude 45 degrees. Including northern .France Switzerland and part of I'iedmont and passing through Hohemla and Austria, there Is a sort of debatable land of more or less dark brown hair, and be low this line we come gradually upon the Metallic races. The people of Eu rope therefore present In the color of hair nn almost perfect gradation, the light flaxen of the colder latitudes dee'ieiilng Imperceptibly Into the blue black cf the Mediterranean shores. Gentleman's Magazine. Qnrer Land Tenures. Some of ihe tenures In England are very curious. A farm near Broadhouse, In Yorkshire, pays annually to the landlord a snowball In midsummer and a red rose at Christmas. The manor of Koston is held by a rental of two ar rows and a loaf of bread. An estate. In the north of England Is held by the ex hibition before a court every Fcven years of a certain vase owned by the family, another in Suffolk by an annual rental of two white doves. Just Now YOU NEED. Pure Helliboie. 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