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THE HOMK GOLD CURE.
Ail Inaenlinis ITM'wM y Wlilth JlruiiHarila are nelii,, Onreil Dally In Hulle of IhelllSeUea. No IVoxloils Doses No Weakening of din Nerves. A Pleasant anil Pos itive Curs for the Liquor llahll. It is now generally Irnnwn and un dersteo I that UrunKenness is a . riia ami iu.h u'liKhnflHs. A body bU't with roiscn. and nervrs con plrtely ahh-ttered liy periodical or constant use of intoxienling liquors, requires u u t.iiinr.a ranalde cif noutrfclizirg una nr.i.iw.ni ipu this noison. and destroy infi the craving for intoxicants. Suf ferers nmy now euro themselves Bt homo without publicity or loss uf tiito from business by tnia wnnoouui 'HOMK (SOLD CL'KK" which has lieon perfected after many years of close stuiiy nnd troatment of inebriates. The faithful wso according to directions of thin wr.nderful discovery in pnaitively guaranteed lo cure the most obstinate case., to mattor no nara n urinner. (lnr records show tbe marfeloua trans formation of thousands of Drunkards into sober, industrious nnd upright mm W I VKH CUKK YOUR 1HTSHA XOS ! ! CHILORKN CUKK 1UIK if a in KUSH This roniody i9 no nnnse a uos trum but is a snecifio for this diseuso nnli. ami is ho skillfully nevisod and procured that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant r.o tne r,nsie, i mi n. can be given .in a cup of tea or cofloe without the knowledge of the. person takiug it. Thoisam's of IJrunkards have cuied themselves with ttiia price less remedy, and as many more have been cured and made tnmr.rrate men by having tho "CUKE" administered by loving friends end relatives with oit their knowledgo ib cnlfoo or tea, and believe to-cWv that thev discon tinued drinking of teir own free will. DO SOT WAIT. Do not be deluded by apparent and misleading "improve ment' Urive out the disease for once and for all time, The "HOMK HOLD CURK"' is sold Rt tho extremely low price of 0 o Dollar, thus placing with in reach rf everybody a treatment more elfoctual than others ousting &.'") to &"0. Full directions accompany each pack age. Special advice by skilled physi cians when lequested without ixtra obaigc. Kent prepaid to any part of tho wniLl on receipt of One Drllar. ddress Dent E2iW!KDWlN H. fllLES ,fc COMPANY, iTwO 8Dd Market Stroet, PhiUi'elphia. All correspjudence strictly confidential. ESTAlll.ISIII-.II lslls, JOHN H. WALSH i CO,, Hayniuikrt .Square, Hilton, llelianlo Whuleaalc Dealers In Wines and Liquors Foit Family I'su. Sphinx Kyc, In ncale'1 bottles onlr, $1.25 qu irt, (ls.oo case. l'cr K'l! Walsh's Cabinet Uyi', $1 00 Walsh's Owl Kyc, :i .W liorinvooil Kyc or llo-.trlinn, ' GO Ulenwootl live or Delirium, 'J .0 Wellington Clul, XXX aoo Wellington Club, X X 1 75 Wellington Chili, X 1 fd Lawreneu's W Mcilfonl, 3 0) Chaptn Trull Co., Horn. J 50 2 0.) New England Hum, 51 75 150 I'uro HolUixl Gin, $11" 3 Oil l'uru Hye Gin, 2 50 Anicrlran Gin, $J0o 175 150 I'ure CHlilornla Wlnca, , 100 lure Grain Alcohol, 2 "5 Mend for l!)OI Ciitiilomic. Monev must aicomt.any or'lor. Ili'inlt bv I'nsial or Kxpr'iics Money orilor. Noi'lmrpo fur jojis, pnckUii;, etc. All gumla packtU In putin oawci. 71-ly-iu fr REVIEW OF THE WEEK. OLD WOULD. niUTISIf HOLOIKKS DEMA.M PAY. i luror Ari'tpt DeiorMlom vmini Tht Thy Hv Bt Hwn lmll lo t-n Koo,l rorTllrlr rnlll. Kint.' KiLvRid prryonlcd medals to .'10(10 returned yeomenary at thn horse minis parud'o in London Friday. 'Jonsiiicralilo commect bas bfeu aroused bv tho refusal of 3d non-cuin-miFsiorcd' olllcers and men ti attend the cerrmcnv, oa the Rround thHt their piy was in arrears, inoao men liavo addressed letters to King Ed ward, pointing out trat tiiey cannot sutimit to bo rJecoratdd while their wives and families and Rome of their number are starving. Tho claims of the men who say they have not yet been paid vary from Wi to .1227. Some of the claimants llege they have had to pawn their earlier medals, in order to procure food for their families. Tho drinking places on the Strand, London, Friday oveninir were filled with members 'of the imperial yeo manry who astonished their riends by tb'rowinf,' their war medals upon the Rood ami stamping upon them, repealing as a reason that their pay is in arrears. A littlo life nay be sacrificed to bu hour's delay. Cholera infantum. rUsonten. iliurrfcoea come suddenly. Onlv safe rl'n is to have Or Fowler's Kxtract or Wild ti'.rawDorry amays on band. THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO. VT., TUESDAY, JULY 30. 19UI. WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA. PENNYROYAL PILLS NEW WORLD. & CTICA mi'RREK. Itr.lilt of R Uoarrci Over B.rbct'l Hill Henry Brown of Ilicn, N Y, .went into tho bsrr.er shop of George Yountr in that rillnge Thursday roornina aril got into iu argument with i oung about a bill of li! which is said to have been due Yourg from Hrown. Tho argument hid preceded somo mo- ineuts when Urosvn arew a revolver and shot Young dead. Brown left the shop and told men on the street that no Dad Killed Younc. He was arrested and is now in jail. Both men have heretofore home excellent reputations and the community is shocked by the occur rence. A MISTKIIIOtS sr.lBUI.VU. Young Man Attempt Keif Oeelriutloii to Save a Frteiift. vnurtr man euppofed to be Henry II Armsteud of New York, stnhbe bim?i'lf in the region of bis heart and gashod his threat with a picket kn:fe in tho toilet room of a sleeping car on the Bout bbourd Oregon Short Line express ft the depot at Butte, Mont, Thursday tnorcing, and is now ill the hospital, with problematical chance of recovery. While Fletcher was arraningahis baggage in tbe ssat, Armstejd sSg gorid from the toilet mom of the slepepr, the blood streaming from his throat, and pointina at Fletcher gaspnil, "Henry, 1 did this to save you," and fell unconscious. Fletcher refuses to say a word, even declining t) discloo his identity or that of his eompanior. It is said tbe young men are prominently connected in Philaoolpbia and New Yorlt, and that they are recent grauuates from an Eastern university. Kqiml Kot filial F llmlllelioro Kmior.enirnt Mihii Thla Claim a Knot. Kndorsed by scores of Bnittleboro citizens who ciiei riuuy ihiikc a pumic statement of their experience U tho nroof we hat to back our claim Mint noun's Kidney Tills cure every form of kidney i'K from a common backache to serloiij urinary disorders. Mere Is one local example. We have more like It. Mrs. Lnngille of oil Klliot i-treet, nay? "I was taken with pains in my back and hips and as weeks and months went bv thev became, more severe and lasted me longer. Finally a kidney weakness commenced to trouble mu winch was very distressing and caused mo u great deal of iininvauce. 1 could not do any hard work, the most trivial tired me out and I had no energy to do anything. If I was on mv feet fiirany length of time I was taken with a dizziness and n blurring before tbe eye. I often got so weak and nervous I could not stanil longer and almost fell over. The constant painiu niv back and hips became so severe that it made me sick at the stomach. My daughter got 1110 Doan's Kidney Fills nt a drug store. They did me a wonderful lot of good. I felt much better and stronger In every wav than I had for some vears. I have evurv confidence in Doan's Kidney Tills." For sale bv all dealers. Prie oft cents Fostcr-Milhurn Co, Hull'alo, X Y, sole agents for the United Stores, licmember the name Doan's and take do substitute. Sold by (ieo E Greene, CI Main street, I'.rattlchoro, Vt. SOME IXsIOK NEWS FK0JI WASHINGTON. MOKE UEVKI.tTIONS AN TO NKUI.KY CASK, FOUGHT A. KAOLK. TtfEINESS (wllege: Unep the latent methods. Educates tor self puppon. Km ploys the ablest teachers. Owns elpsant school bull'lln. OlFerR live complete eouraes. Hh6 gpeclai employment hureaa. Tcschen wnly practtcAl subjects. Pont graiiuaie court-e for idtchnrn. Prepares pupils lor unite diplomas. Advertises less than It performs. 8c nil for calamine. Special Rates to Teachers Daring Snmer. RAILROADS. J08TON AND MAINE ft. ft. CwniiectlcHC aiift PaiaumpBlo Division Rummer arrangement. 1001. PASSENGER TRAINS GOING SOUTH. Leave Bellows Falls, Arr. Brattk'boro, Leave Soulli Vernon, Urecnileld, Arr. SiirlUKtieM, A.m. 4 40 5.IS 5.4 i 7.J5 a.m. a.m. 8.30 9.08 U.4II 111.06 11.20 a.m. p.m. l.os 1.40 l.S 2.30 :).) p.m. p.m 8.M 4.S2 4.9 b.-J0 0.1 ( p.m PASSKNGER TRAINS UOIS3 NORTH. Leave liullows rails 8.32 a.m., 12.10, .(), 7.00, II sir p. in. Arr. Wln.lsor 8.SS, 1.05, 11.55, T.W), 11 57 p. m. yiSSENGER TRAINS ritCM THE SOUTH. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m L;nvc SprinjrflcM. 7.15 11.15 12 ;',7 8.30 .10 ' lirienllelil. t8.52 1.2S 1 .:iT 4 52 !l.2i " llrHlllcboro. . I., 2.2:1 5.5010.;. Arr. lielluwB r ails, 11.54 8.1 6 6.40 11.05 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m PASSEN(;E trains from tiik NORTH Leave Wlnrtmir. 3.f0, 7.24 a.m., 12.t5 .u.,. (mixea), n.m. Arr. I!eil 8 K.illa 4.U, 8.01 a.m., 12,57 l.V 81, s.57 (m!xel), p. m. I'allv. Leave Bellow Fal's l.?0. Arrive HraltlelMro .!. I e;ive KratiliUmrn 3.00. Ar rive e,rui(tuei(i .1 .ci t ir. Ureenaeid 8.40 a.m. l. J. FLANDERS. Gen. 1'ass.and Ticket Att. A STAMPEDE KKO.U .()! li. Itlili Strike In h'u'r flavm Dlsirlvi, 110 iVIlea nrlh. The stenrcfr Nome Citv t Port Towshnnil, Wash, arrived Thursiay nii;ht from Noiue ith 'J'i ppsaensprs. Tni! i)ns9er'ir report a rich strike in the Fair iUven district, !W milc.j north fo Nooie hih! thHt stampeded has occurreil from Xciup. Over half a niillion Collars has sluiced from the winter dumps Nome. been near Sl'43,000 LOSS AT NASHUA. Clre Destrova Cooperage Worki of l'roc tor llrof hers And Foundry of the While Mountain Frerzer to. Aid Was Sent From Lowell, Mass., Hut It Was Sot deeded Fire Friday mornioc: destroyed the immense Coopersge plant of Proctor nroB, covering 12 acres at Aashus, , II, to foundiy of the White Moun tain Freezer company and t.o dwell irgs. Tho total logs is $I2o.0C0. The firemen bad great difficulty in pro venting the flumes from communicat ing to the adjoiuing property as the fire was in the heart of the tnanufso turing district. At the request of tbe Nashua tire department, an en gine and crew was cent from Lowell by train but whs Dot unloaded after Arrival, the Bro then being under control. There were no casualtirs. Mother's Desperate HattU for nr In fanl's Le Follows to Nest Killed the Ulrd Only to He Allaiked ly lis Male. Advices have been received at Sn Itcrnardino, Cal., of a terrific encoun ter between a wniiuin and two fagle on a mountain between Victor nnd l.'ose mint', about -r0 miles north of that place Thursday afternoon. The wom an, Mrs Uoliting. ii the wife of the stagekeeper of box S, a stage station. Thursday afternoon, about 2.W o'clock, she was fitting outside the Ptige house by a cradle in which lay her iix-uionths-olil infant. Suddenly there was a flipping of wings and a dark pnmlow swooped down, and before Mrs Golding realized what was liflppening frhe saw a large eagle rise in Jhe sir, holding In its tal ons her infaet. The mother rushed to where a mule was tethered, and, pull ing up the stake pin was scon follow ing after the huge bird, which found flight iifllcult with its heavy burden. The chase continued for a lorg dis tance, when the eaglo alighted on Its nest high up in the mountains. Mrs GolJing climbed above where she bad sscn the eagle alight and quickly tied one end of tho stake pin about the trunk of a tree and rapidly let herf-lf over the clifl. She soon encountered the eagle, jnd, se'.ing a c!ut), fought the angry bird, shccceduig m lulling it. I'.i'fore she could cseane to the ground the eagle's mate appeired and the mother had another encounter, but drove the bird away. Mrs Golding ar rived back at the stage bou-e late at night and in a pitiable condition. The infant is reported lo have escaped inju ry. The story was telephoned (T this city by Supt Spargo of the Gold Min ing company, who vouches for its accuracy. POTATO HAKKET WAT CP. A .Tnmp of 10 Cents a Bushel In One Day. In lrss than a week the wholesale riice of potatoes at the Chicago mar ket has advacced, us a result of the drought, 70 cents a bushel or to 81.10. Tbe latter was the cliEing figures Friday. An increase of 4u cents a bushel in so short a tin o is said to be unprecedented. It tilings tho retail price to 35 and 40 cents a pee at the sejson wnen potatoes are usually in abundacus at 15 cents a peck. Iteports from Southern, Illinois. Missouri, Kansas, and other districts indicate the recent, rains were too lata to S3va rnucd of tho crop ia those sections. CLOSfe Olf THK XOVENA. Mlrariilous Cures p.rrnrnitd by the Kellr or St. Aline Crovd of Twenty Thousand Memorable Scene of KellK Inus Fervor. The clifing scenes of the novera in hcunr of St Ante, ttin mother of (he Blessed Mary,, at the Church of St. Jean llaptisto at New Vnrk, wera tiled with deep interest and drairat ic W features throughout. Thousands of people suffering from every bodily ail meut visited tho crypt, seeking relief as a result of a touch from the relic of St Aore Thursday it was estimat ed that at least 20,000 people crowded into the crvpt and reaOed out in long lines along the neighboring streets, wailirg an opportunity to retch tbe sbrioe, arouLd which wore heaped crutches and hares, tbe testimony rf those who found relief from their ail ments. The excitement, and fervor increased as the time of (losing the noveua drew rear, fainting wrimi) were carried tbraugb tho throrg ana on every side were note J incidents full of the deepest pathos. Alma Witbleck of 111 Lexirgton avenue was tbe little nine year old sufferer who obtained complete relief from spinal trouble of six years' standing, and fairly skipped about in her glee, when she fouud ber back strong and well. "Hb quiet, Alms," said ber niotber, "this is tbe church." "David danced befora tho Lord," said ote of the brothers of tbe order, who was standing by ; "Let ber re joice. " Ami Ihe Way Hie Pin.eeiillan Mas lleen Ulutkeil-llavaua Olllvlal Miows Die 1,'anlt to Lie at Vahliltoii Where Vital Papers Were Held Hacli-Waa It Khlftlesaneae or Unlllieratel (From our special correspondent WBehingtm. .July 25-Kviclently tha Cutacs neo.J to in) educated 11s to their duties toAanls the officers nf the naramount inwer. They must learn thnt that when tho war depart mont shirks re? pocsibility by unload ing it upon tLem, it is their riuty to stand for it and brar the ourdim as well as thev can. iMioh H thing as answeriig b;i;k with "you're anoth er, " they must understand will not lie permitted. This is apropos of tho reprebuurible conduct of toe fiscal, or prosecuting attorney, of Havana, in hurling back the ucccsntion, i f ths war department that the ueliy m bringing Neely to trial lay wholly at the door of the Cuban courts. This unsophisticated officer, so far from sitting silent under tho imputation cast upon him, retorts nnirdly that tho real cause of trio neiay 19 witn tho war department--as a goon many people have lung suspected because it is holding bnck certain papers. known as inquisitorial letters, which were fcrtfarded to it months ago anu winch base reposed ver sinte in a pigeon hole at the department, al though it wns well unilurstiiud that the enso eiulJ not fe tried without them. Whether this intelligence was intentional or resulted merely trnni csrelossness, may be ssttled by cacti reader as he sees fit. Stirred up by Ihe unexpected bold ness of the fiscal, tho war department has pulled out the pipers and studied thm again, and will now take stups prolonged, leisurely steps to tbtaini tiJe information aske i toem and send it to Cuba. These papers call for certain depositions as to Neeley s guilt. These, while nf oiurse thev cann t be ued, cither in Cuba or in ihe United States as testimony against him, are r.evertheiess, essential un der the Cuban code fur laying n ac cusation formally against him. This information-tbe department willnnw proceed to procure, though it takes pains to inform the public tr-at those whosa evidence is deemed requisite are under to compulsion to state such fads as are within their personal knowledge bearing upon the case. They are told thnt if they express wil lingness to trstify, their stRtea-.onts will bo sent to Huvana but if they r!e clire, the Cuban court will lie notified of the declination, ami thera thu mat ter will have to ret. After this effort to obtain evidence ha been completed, another acd still more important question will aris. The presence of the witnesses will thf-n he required in Havana, fnr under no rircumstanio-' ran the written tes timnny be utilized. Son e dilliculty is likely to be expeiienced in secur ing the attendance of these witness s. They are notified by the rVpnrtmoct that thev c-ir.nnt be cmipi'llfd to obey the Mimtnrirs rf the Havana couit, for Cuba in a foreign country, a 1:1 the courts there cam. ot, cf course, control the movements cf an American citi zen. ThK .however, is a prob em with which tfo ci Hi 1 i a 1 aill not do 1 until tniy re h it They siy they hope that when the case e jntes to trial conviction tan l o .-ecuie.i upon the testimony of the witarsses who are now iu Havana. UlliriSII POt'NI TO KVALf TB TOWS Lost 111 Men Killed and Several Others Mtsslnn-lalla Onod I-It I, I ,-.alu.l Very Menvv Odds.!; General KitcbenPr reported ' S itiirdnv that tbe d -t.achinenf of ht''i-nckr horse wbicll bai ben ncciipvmg r.reniersilriui was fureed 'o eViiiMiiti Vt'ilne-dav bv a superior fir re of Hoei The Hoers are probably ciitiimai.iloes from the towns or Amsterdam am I'iutrelie, The detachment fought its wav to I.tmboho a distance r f b! miles losing 10 killed and wounded and a lew m a-nni? Considerirg 'their inferior numbers the HritUh m ule a gd ant li'.'ht but the odds airamst them were too heavy. The men who arc recorded as missing were probably taken prisoners by the iioers. Letter From (ieti. De Wei's Wire, (From tho London i.'aily News. 1 Johannesburg, 2H'i April, 1901 To tho eli tor of the newspaper in Knvlmd id whinh, toward (ha end rf March, a portrait of iiiyself and children appearel : Sir: Having hwn infnnnul that -sides the nppenrstit'p of my portrait, you also t ublish that 1 was no liv ing in .lohanresburg, "under the pro teetion" of her majesty s government, I heri-by wish mont strongly to protest against th use of suca dii-tateii bv her mnjetv's troops and nil our other I'OEse-sions destroved ard tiken I rramed nbout nith our chilirou fo 1111 n.onths, in order net to fall into the bands of the enenr y of our riatien, uu to the "Jtlth of S'ovenbrr, V.HIO, wbsn I was taken a prisoner acd cen- vevol to .Johaneesliurg 11) a cattle truck, rotithstandi:-g they wrre well Hwpie of the fact t.,at 1 was the wife of 'iei l)e Wet. !-eping fiat 1 was cant ired and coivcved hither against my wish and will, after liar ing been ribbed of everything, I (ieu iinded from th-1 military author ities here sulficie't food, and of good quality. First this as promised n e, but a few days later 1 was infjrnud in writi-g that I wool I only be sup plied with foo l i'i case a .-igced docu ment aid tnerfin declnel "that I was without n cans of f ubsistenoe and was entirely repemlenj on her im jesty's governmer-1 " (quien of Kng land w then still livinv. ) The autnorities further reserved to themselv.'s tlie right ti publish sui-'i 1 oeument. To have dire this wi th have been very humiliating to me, and 1 cnulJ not expose myn-lf to it, especially nut to t'-e enei y of nur ra tion. I have a'-ked do favor fmm the enemy, nnd I hate 10 intention of ever doirg so. It is true I lire at Jo hannediurg. b-jt aiainsf my will From the Krclish I receive not! ii and Cio no! wniit an; tiling from them What l require I hope to receive through t'ie intervention nf hemane friends, not from ttc Knglisli, I am etc. (Signed) C M He Wet, (Wife of Gel Christian Wet. ) VOL. XXV. NO. They orercomo V7ii. i ,. .. omissions, increasn : 'or nnd banish of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVXIIS" to rjirls if womanhood, aiding; duvelopment of org-aus and body. ' known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do barm 'i. becomes a pliasur J-Sl.OO I'EK BOX lilt: MAIL. Saw by drtl'ists. Vli. MUTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Clevelaad, OiiJ Korsale hv IllfOOKS HOUSK ril.Vl.'M AC V. SflN'S (IK FGKMUNT. DMKKIILU HOMK WEKK A I.KKAT rlCf KH. Ki-ilniltter .lull 11 llarreit irnngiy Crarea General Kfl'.irt-W hy It W III Add La rare ly to the Material Proierlly or the State-liotr lis Nuns Kell All Over the Country. (Letter fo tho Ilnsfnn Glob". ) Horn and ruised a Verrht.nter, with my eld home in (irafton, Windham county, anU mitir.tainii g all the time a deep icterest in tho r tates welfare, hlthougtl during tue p'st 10 years public ard private utiairs hate Kept me largely betnnd its b rder', I am, with other', sincerely anxious to see Veneont's old home week a decided success ia every ay. viniio person ally 1 probably" em 'have at heart no mors conrern than every ether patri otic Vermonter, there bas been spec nl opportunity for me to imvelop in- forest througuout tha UPltod States in this occjsion. lo other words, having visited re-ir v every etnU and most all the lesd- int! citirs of the courtrv ::iore than 01,10 during the past two years, sinre 111 v return from extenfud diplomatic service in tho Otiert, it has been pos sible to come ir contact everywhers ith Vern.or.lers Hnd test or arouse tr.eir interest m the old hoxe we,k idea. It n.av pli-a-e ermonters etfiry- whers to kr.ow that. I have found a uuiff.'rm and widespread oetire among .irtnj ur.rl 1 1' n n Ii t nf inn KTnfn T-.i PHILIPPINES Alt MY PAV KTOI.K.V HuslllliS Thieves Get Away With fill.noj Money Mat In bale lnfiuard Hut,,, huring the puvmert of troops at Sw;s Cruz Satuiday S20.f-0d was stolen !r;m the guard house. The robbery n st5. poed to have been the work of soldier It appears that Major Car, by was payirj lbs troops In Lagiina distri t :oid the nfe in tbe giurd house. While theri the thieve9 succeeded in abstracting i';; COIlll'lltS. Notes and Innervations. Goner-d Hugh's ca' les news of tb- nrst surrenaer 01 insurgents in tc lsianu 1 Mimar, n eo, an . Pel 1 ours. ,1.1 rines. ana givirg theuieelves up to tits. tt bv the ci 1 I! if. I The An.M-er or .Senator Clark. Smiat-r W A O.trk has filed in tin United States court at Hntte his an swer to the suit, hrmizht by the gov-erru-.ent to invalidate his title to about lo.OiiO lu-res of timber land in wester.-) Montana, enlned at iGO ,W0, on the c round that tiie lands were se cured from the g n;e rnment through a gigantic HKinciio, in connection wnn which the fnderal grand jury recect lv returned 1(12 indictments. Senator Clarg avers that ha was nn innocent buyer, and as such must he pioticterj. PASAMA RKBKLS. Insura;enteOleratlns; In Large Nomhera Near tha City. Newspapers reports received at Jamaica from Panama asserts that the insurgents are operating in large num bers in the vicinity of tbe city and an order has been issued by the govern ment calling up the citizens to concen trate in order to repel attacks and protect pioperty. I'anama is guarded by a gun i) oat. According to the same sources of in lormatlan the government is exercising the strictest precautions to prevent news of developments leaking out. GOOD ADVICE. The most miserable beings in the world are those fullering fn.111 Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. More than seventy-live percent of the people Iu the United states aro alllicled w ith these two diseases and their effects ; such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache. Habitual t'ostlver.ess, I'alpl- tation of the Heart, Heart burn. Water brash, Gnawing and Burning I'aiusat tbe Pit of the Stomach, Velio w Skin, Ccated Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth, Coining up of food after Eating, Low Spirits, etc. (o to your Uruggi't and get a bottle of A tigust Flower for 7.5 cents. Two doses will relieve ynu. Try it. Get Green's Prize Almanac. Kor sale at Greene's Drug Store. Klfle 1 1 fcs. Kud.varl Kipling h" written for the Imperial South African assoeia tion what he calls a "tract for th liuirs on the soie'ie of rebellion.' ihe tract is directed n:a:nlv ajsin-t tie lliind, wfii.-h is described as seek irg to attack Krgl'iul th.-rvjgh lirr pocket and keep Cape Colony on tin see-sa-v, filling hers and sucgnstirL there j ust enough to force the Krit isli government to grant amnesty lo the rebels nod r cruil the Until party f.ir further constitutional war fate. Cure for I'hnlcra laraitlmn ever Kiioivn to Fall. During May an infant child of our neighbor was suffering from chol 1 ra i' 1 ii.tcir. I r.e imcror had given up all hopes r.f recover) . 1 took a bet tie 01 1,1 ami.e'iain s luiir, Cholera Bnd Diarrhcea IJemedy to the house, idling mem 1 teir, sura it would i!o good if used according to directions In two dais lime the child had full recovorrd. fl.e ebilJ is rn vigorous and healthy. I have lecommendod this tcmeriy frequently and have never Known it to tail. Mrs Curtis Haker, Hook waiter, Ohio. Kor sale by brooks House marmacy. THE ANAKC1IT IX CHINA. KI.EVEX OUVEHMIEtlTS AGREE. CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY CO Sonthern Olylalon. Uorrecte'l to June 2:;, I HI. O'lINli SOUTH. Trains leave Brattlnhoro as follows : tfl a.m., Oallj for cprlncfleM ami New York. ?.S0 a.m., for Millers rails, Palmer ani New loilon. Oonnectlni; at Millers Falls with Hosten & Maine R. R.( at Palmer with Boston A Aloany it. It., si New London with N. Y., N. H II. ft. K. .!(. a.m., for Sprlne-fleld and New Yrrk. l-i.ift a in., for Millers Falls, Palmer and New Lon J-;u, coimci-tlng at Mlilcrs Falls lr Iloa- ton . imp m fo- SnrintlH'W and New Ynrk. a no p.m., for Spiiiiefleld and New York. S.Sft p.m., lor S,iinffliel,l n-l New York. Pally. t..C l'.mM for Miners Falls anil stations 00 IHrtsHin Morton A Maine R. K., Palmer anl New London and New York Tla Norwk o Lint;. GOING NOrtTfl. Trains arrive at Ttmnlehoro as follows: l.i'; a m., from New Y.rk via Norwich line and New Londen aNo from Sj1rlln,d. p m.. fr.im lioHon via Millers Kili and from New l-oe-l-.n. 1.51, & and lo.io p.m.. from New York aod S rlnetii-1-1. M 10 rtn- diliy. 1 p.m., troro New I-.e-:oa. arf- Subject to change without nolW Trains run week days ofciy except as notcf . S. liKiAS. V. P. and G. M M. Alhae. a. W.LiMillNs u. p. a, si. Aioans. Tho Ulrange Resnlt or a Fall. Christopher R Xeal of Hartford, Lonn. has met with a strange sf 11 1 c tion through a fall from a hammock, which t.ceurred recently while he was at a hotel at a retort 00 the Scund Mr Aeal was in a hammock when the rope br.ike, and he fell to the grnuad, a distance of about a fuot and a balf, striking on his spine. It was announced that he had not in jured himself severely, but hao put. himself under the care of certain specialists, fearing had result'. It neveiops mar, rne specialists are ee specialists, and that the accident re sulted in Mr Neil's eyes becoming crossed, the jar having interfered witn pome nerte ia charge of tha work of keepicg the ejes looking straight nheiid Tbe sp-cialists are at work on thnca.se, but it is sii1 that they are not exceedingly hopeful of effect ing a cure for tbe strange mistirtune. Mr Xeal is tbe seni'-r member of the firm of Xcal. CJoif .t Ingalls, the lirge 1 a r pet deafers. ana is or rf the leauicg acrcaLtil9 meo of Hart for J. Diphtheria relievid in twerty roin otee. Almrst wirrculirs. Or" Thom as" Eclectric Oil. At any drag store. Gen Wood, after several weeks' ill r.ess with typhoid fever was able to leave Cuba Saturday. The Shamrock II, cup challenger, sauta from cngiann Miturcay. General Secretary Whito of the United Garment Workers of America anrouncfd Friday thai the stiile was practically ended, except in the cssr-s of several flraa against who the work era hae grievances. Tbe agrremrnt drtwn up by tbe strikers was signed Kriuay b a lame eunihor r.f msnuf -c- turer. Ihe strike affected about 70,- wri woraers. In a row at Krrost Cit park Satur nay oight Otta ll Zefried, manager of the park, it ia claimed, shot into the crocd, who were raising a disturb ance, and injured Thomas Murtegh tf A lorit, iirohably fatslly. Toe hul 1st lodged in the ahdomen. Another man was shot il tbe kre-. A equad of iinncnirfB rrom tue lirojjwav station arrested Zefried tn the engine house. rumbcr of fersons surrounded the engite bouse, hut the tolieenen dis- rersel them and seat Mnrt.igii to tno hospital, where be lies in a dying con dition. ! m in HMe-l to tne Minute t o-ii-!i f nrr for mv rrern; coo.1 healln and mv life.l -. Ireded in vain I'V ilo-tors for hin-r Ironl.je folWini heiippr. 1 1.e ; t me Mini'tet'ou-h I'lnm I ie,weie.Kt!iv he-.lth. "Mr Kit Wif ili iion. Ya. Greene", drug More. 6 The Hero and Heroine in our next Serial SWEET REVENGE are shown in this picture. P7 ffwl l- n Protoi-ol on rhlnesa Indemnity Now He ine; Pr. pared r.r Signature. A memorable nieetirg of the minis ters was held at t ekio KriJav, it be ing announced thereat that 11 govern ments had agreed that tbe indemnity to be paid by China fhould be 4"0, 000.000 taels, and that the security would be the salt tax, the native cus toms and nn increase in tha maritime customs to an effective five per cent. The prircipal of the Chinese loan to pay the irdemnity will be payahle in 1H-10. Chini se bonds will lie accepted at four per cent. The i divi iiial claims have net. vrt been determined. A full pr -tooi 1 for the siguatur s of the ministers is niw I eing prepared. It is honed t) have competed in time for its sin ing by Mr Uoekhill. the American sp'ciil ei mmissioner. and Med Giers. tho retiring Kussian minister. C.'mxissiorot Kockhill in a des patch to Washirgton confirms the news a' il sajs the ministers will be lesity to sign a protrcol within two weiks that ill r sclt ii tbe sperdy withdrawal from China of all forrigu tmops evcept tbe Usalion guard's anrl those wfo will occupy the rertain strategic oints to le litl I i.nder the 3 f-f&g1, et HoN. JuHX HA ttltKTT. Many thousands bav to realth and haipiii5 Chamberlain's Cough Reniedv. rlicte;! with any throat or Inn? t'-t file, give it a trial for it is eertmr. -prore tjeneiieial. Cnt.gbs that huv?'i sisted all other treatment fjr v.-)-i haie )ielded to this remedy anu pr feet, bmlth luen restored. Cii-v- ttr seea ed bopi-l-ss, that the clinji's"--' famous health resorls faiied to UoeS have beea p-crmanectly cured iy r. use. Hear in mind that ever ,r, , is warranted and if it does net rr-:. beneficial the money will be r-furaf you. For tale by brooks Hut-. I'harojacy. THK XKW MAINE UlNVHKtl Bcrore Great Crowd at Cramps' .o or vlvora ut Her Alin.i.k. Among Dm Officials at the Ceremony Mis. sitr Preble Anderson the Siosor. Tbe battle.-hip Maine, designed to' bigger, stronger and faster tbiin l,--namesake, whose wreck lies in the tu tor of Havana, was luehed with is,. pres--ive ceromonies, Sarurday, from tt yards of the William Cramp ship a:: engine building c.mpany in I'lnliSf phia. The state of Maine was ill 4 -represented by Gov Hill and luctuoer o! bis stall. The honor of christen the fbip was given to Miss Mary l'.-ef.-AndcrsOH of PortlanJ. Me, a oeicet.j. ant of the Treble family that has auc-: fume to the navul honors of the couttrr. taie adva'taje of this week to icr.urr ti their obi hnn is and n eet long seo ar.iti'i r-litions, as ell bs old fri-mli and associates. Tney ri ny ni t come this vear but thev will mine some other year, especially if thiy hear that the first trial lies been it success, an -I tf at tl e ever t is to be annually ce!i brat'd. To illu-trite t e fedirg. I would cite what happened at a catln-ricg rf Vfrmonters in .San Kranei-'eo upon a recent visit M that city. Ti ere were p-ifsibly -0 or .'!0 natives of Vermont assembled together, the greater Por tions of "hom had not refrned to the stat since thev l-ft it. The a.a- j'-rity of them were prosperous. Soaie wfre rich. At bast one half of thou eipressi-d tbe intention if returring to Vermont thisvcror ret. aril in tlie event that their cl'l homes bad heen sold cr gone into th ti'sfession of others thev were interding ti buv iliem back if possible aud ti fit them up or repair them if necessary. in I'ortfann, Or, Seattle. Wash. Los Angel's, llenver, New Orleans, Chicago, St f.ouis, Washington and .Sew ork. I have reueateclv hparl similar expressions of interest this showing, bow general is the lnve of the state exictej by the old-home ainrement. Thst this interest may not wane but inereaf-e and therefore bring great good to our dear old eommonwealth let us bond every effort to have ht east a celebration in everv countv ami if possible in every town. If this ia done the aiovemer t will be genetaliv discussed by the nesnaiiers anil it will bo advertised to the extent of mHking these who did rot return ap preciate tho advisability of coa;ing next year. On the other r and if little interest isttken within stats itself and the first celebration is tot a marked sue. cs the effect will be depressing and mane erinonrers all over fe country hesitate about cining back at that time next year. Kven if occasions are not elaborate it nouH swm h if me little cbsetvance of the week ahouhi be planned. ihera eould at leest bo n nuetiro in the 'or. hall where sonia local man of prnmitecce could give nn historical aaoress at very little xp-nse to tbe town or community, it wonlrl l,e tirt in the right direction which coil I be enlargtd upon them following Bl " "I wNh to truthfully state to yon ' rt.-aik-r uf thoe lev iim.--, that Votirlv.. Dy-pi'iiia Ciiiu i without ipiertin'u. tue an'-l only cure lor dj pcjia mat I lnoi- come iu i-ontrit-t with I have used unu other preparaiiuiii. .Inlin Beam. .Miil.le-ex, 1'a. o prepations etiu In. fi;-iia Cure a- It t-oiitaiU!- all iln-intun tig-i-tant!,. Itwilldueet ail kunj- and can't help hut iluyou giod. 1 ere driii eture. ,o I'se to YVorry. Abint a mile Delow Mississippi I'.rr we met a colored man on the bighna who asked if we h id feeu a coiore: hoy about 13 years old as we iac along. I'pon our replying in the ill ative he scratched his head aud loukc; puzzlrd aud said : "J.it Augustus wa3 playla' rvc:i 'bout-i au liuur igo, all where he he dun disappeared to is mo' thao I i:: tell. Kcckon its House to worry.'' He walked heeidd us until be cant to hu cabin, which was situated on :tr edge of a baou. and on the shore.' the bayou lay four or five aliigato: basking iu the sun. "Don't alligators ever eat children?' queried the colom 1 alter a look at ;t reptiles. "Ves. sah, dey does." "Ihen they mig.'it have eaten yon: Augustus." 'Ves, sah, so dey ruighC. Hi da: I.inaa !'' jOHia w ife came to the door iu ans've: to bis call, and he said : ' I.iDua, meboedem 'gators got Augustus-" "Mebbe dey has," she replied. "Same as dey got Jupiter an' Mose an' VVasbicgton." -Ves..' "Well. I aio t gwine to bunt round c mo'. If Augustus went up de ros: he'll get hungry and come back; if hr went tishicg in de bayou an' de 'gitor? got liim, den he's gwrine lor good, a:' we hey only 'lebeu chilleu left to g:; frew de suaimer on. Clevelaud l'.ai Dealer. t'eaty to snfuguard l ekia hcu the sea. the road t)etween A(o(2)D He longed to te'l her that he towed her, bnt there was an im passable barrier between them. If you would like to know how Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all nf tho aipesunts ana digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never iaus to cure, it allows you to eat all the food you want. Tlieniost sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It is unequalled for all stomach troubles. S Then egam thsro is the comnarisnn n- 1 1 I. V II . - 1 . " 'evv J1HI11I scire. Ililr HKti- state has ifone so well in the relet ri. tion oiold-liome wefk that ir U rnlen.1 aooui an over the UniteJ States end hes done the stite much grod. Vr moot must equt-l evr Han pshiro in ecthusiasm and be rewarded with similar results. 1 nm one cf those ehn are fxtreme ly confident of tlie lasting material bmeCt that wiil come to fe state for successful observance cf old-home week. It will rot only brim? large numbers of Vrn onters to annual reunions but it will bring much money t.i he ex pended in improvements' as well as in ths developme t of the agricultural, geological, timber water power re sources and residential hesiress and uat ufacturing opjiortunities which are row as fully annreoiarod a. th-.- deserve. It can't help hr.lt ffra van rer.I ir ,!1 -J .1 . t- . I . . . - v.uu,.u iwu luc jiuryf WU1CQ . rreparonoiiiy ry t.t I ir Witt A-To., I nicaao will be printed in our columns. Ihe il. boltli- cor.Uim;;, tiniea llit'jCk.. aw Crecne's Drug Store. E H Sheldon. secretary rf fl-o Oceanic steamship company, ard of sevetal of SSp'ecktls' Hawaiian sugar plantations, is dead at San fr'rancisco ironi a shock following a surgical ope ation. He was a tative of Ver mor.t, and was a .romii.ont nex-ber of the Rohemian club and other sccial organizations. Krank Chase, son of Fred M Chase of Barnard, died of ulceration 0 the kid neys in Korea July 13. He had been in Korea about two vears in the employ of Sloat Fassctt of F.lmira. X V. at a salary 'he tiit year of :;n0. I he c enn,) his wagei were raised 10 per cent. " Mr, f'tiase was a general favnr1re ir. I Barnard and wherever he wenr It the same. He was about S3 years cf age. Ilsrrt to Tel). "I see your names in the paper? s good deal." cjiuuieuted the old frier.c "I suppose you're really in society now." 'My wife thinks we are."' replied man who had become suddenly ric: 'but sometimes I have my doubts." 'How so?" 'Well, when there's a swell chari." et tert inment to he given, with has?- jiMted at SJOU and S'5i,0 or more, the ev locnce seems to indicate that we very ruuch in society, but when f exclusive private functiou take? 1 there seems to be nothing but what might cad negative evidence. 1 tliir. possibly it might be correct to siv tl; our money is in society, but wc a not." Chicago I'osr. FORTUNES IX PATK&T MEp.ICISKf .1 Well Known Talent Mertlelne HnslneH Just :i.llrMii.,,urhaui. ol a LI" I line. .-onieor inegreatct fortunes of taf-v Dave been mad.- ni the nutent niedie-nc ness. I .,,.,), at tue prinee'y ini-omes en.i'i;' e me -iiiur. mi-. .ers. Hoods andoMif" The C s Army A Xsvv Tahlot o. a wte medicine isim-ern that been adverti? this and buiidrnl of other p:ia?rs ter ef rii. uas ueen ineonxirnteil tor the pu of enlargeing Ihe liuiness. ami now osier t inventors a limited ijuantilv of the tin i. This bii!.ines !s alisoluteiv free from IcM is well known and will doubtless uav LToiind tioor investors haml-ouie ,iiv: I n ior lire. I Uth St, New York. or life. Ktill particulars upon aopliVnti -n ' ' S AUMY A NAVY TABLK 1 t. IT I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "DIoests what vou at." REFORMER ADVERTISING PAYS. . . . TRY IT.