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VOL. XXV, NO. I.
THE REFORMER BRATTLEBORO. VT., TUESDAY. JULY 30. 1901. A WORTIIY SUCCESSOR. Sometnlng Ittw Under (lit Sun." . i Doctors have triad to euro CA V.r.H hy tne U3B ' ppflera, acid ti.-ir' ponders dry up the luuo.ius en tranes ciusmg inoru 10 lib en upen ,-d th-ed. The powerful acids used thh- inhalers Iinvo entirely eaten .1. ......... mmtihpir.lll .hut t Jl o l.'l' ''C SillUO iiiduiuiiiuvj vunu lucu , a.-- have aimed to cure, wdhh i'lHi-s and ointments cannot renoh tbe An oia anu enijurienueu prac- tio::(T w no Don iur uumy years. i iiir a close stuay ana spemnty ot -reatment of CATAKHU, bag Bt 11 i wi i. I:L. i. ir eerfecte'i a irentiiuHni, wuicu wueu t,j.i;fj!Jy usod, not only relieves at nVi-. but permanently cures CA- i :.'i:H. hv removing toe cause, stop- fi'ne the discharges, and curing all LlUmmBtinn. It is tha only reiuody Lnp vn to science inai actually reucnea . t 'dieted parts, inis wonneritu .,i'iv is known s "SNUFFLES the hi aKAXTKEU CATAKKU CUK1S," i , i is -id .1 nt toe extremely low price Fftirs Dollar, each package cuntsin- f :;:'inient tor a mil mnntn a treatment jinii tvtiythicg uecessary to its perfect SN l b is tne oniy porreci .TKRH CURE ever made and is low recognized as the only snfa and i.iirtf cure for that aanovine and lig;itiog riiseasa.llt cures all inflam- llja; ji,n quicmy a"a pertuaneDiiy anu j b;st wonderfully quica to relieve 1AV FEVER or COLU in the HEAD. C'T-KKU when regiettei orten ,j- :o CONdUMPTION-"SNUF- J-Xris" ih save vor 11 ou use 11 at IDC it is no ordinary remedy, nut a .ini .ete troatmont men is positively Matitnteed to cure uai'AKKti in any prill r SiHgH II useu Huuuruiu til l-iiu i;ire?t:-:::s which accompany eacd pacK- I)nn t delay hut aenu lor it at i e..n . : ..... tn I lice, bllu wnit) lull (JHruouioia .a tiu jour jnaililion, anu you win receivo peciai advicefrom the discoverer of this Iv.'ori.if rlLll reineuy regaruiusi yuur was It ittio-j t cast to you r-evond tne regu- flur r:oe of "HN U r- fLib-b" tne GL"A R A NTEEL) C ATA KK H UUKK." s, t rrenaid to anv address in tne l"uite:l Mutes or Canada on receipt of Orp DA:tr. Address Uept K iUU tIJ- lVIN b. GILES A COMf.ANV, im uid Market Street, Pnilauelpbia. R. J. PAINE I Proprietor of& Hollywood Hen Yards, Paine's Egg Producer and Paine's Egg Preserver. H OW to make Hens lay an of Es and how to preserve them until you can obtain the Highest Prices. SpM for Bookltt eivine all the particulars, Please v. rite your name and address plsinly and I encicse stamp. Address R. J. PAINE. Mansfield. Mass. HAKKER'S , UAio nil SiM Cletiue. lad brautifte. tin halt. rromotea a inxuri.ui gruwui. Meer Tails to Jlestore Oray Hair to its Youtunil Color. Cure. ar.)p div.iea ft b.ir tailing. torn m m CHICHESTCn'S ENOLtSH m - a.l..l..T ...t llnl l':nlr.f. 9 with blMiibiMn. Tnkenoothrr. HfuM I Dufvroaii NvlMtiiBUon mmd lmltA ' tlo. Buy of yinr i)rui.. or u4 ' tauapi for FartJfMlsu, Ttt1nlal u1 Rrltef fnr Latllea," ((r, t7 rf tnni UalL H.OOO TeatltnADikli. Soil by vlt Ilrs-i.i. a'kl.kulwl:hailea C?sW Vnwcs iLj pater. Jftwllwon !'(. k U1-A., lA'PA ttn..Uu.11.aUfT)ta WiUiCd Recommend as th BEST dk. Kinro's Stir Crown Brtod cii vruwn duiu PENNYROYAL PILLS." lmrr;M.r.t relief, r.rj dtnpaT, no pals. iiiu.r.j.t.ie re.ici, r.rj atfler, no pain. tccu.t.E. Atrial will ooavlnse yon oftbelr intrintlo 1M ib tin (jj tupprfMton. Send ten ecnu for Mtnplt sixf A I I'lLggKtiorby miilJ0bo. ''i .VLQiQiitF qo,. Box 1930, BOSTON. Sl Dr. Emmons' Mnnth.y Hectilator has brought happinest to There is poal- anxious women. There is poal- -- 1 c ... n ( 'nt o quickly and safely lo the work. I. t!ij.--anl most obstinate irrejrularities f Tom . : relieved immediately. Success puar- m'l'i- i -it anv e.iM. Vn ...in .1 a ntrUT . I IT 111 tCT" i'-u . : with work. Have relieved hundreds of I ri.i.. .. I t , Tha mna, riitli. I i ;it ,i.,s aaceessfulljr treated by mail. and bene- i in i-.iii LTuaranieen in every innuuiMi. . ri-k wntwever. Wo treat hundrecie of ladies !!'.:. ire never see. Write forfurtherparticnlars iiij I.-! i. confidential advice. Do not put oil too Ai lotters truthfully answered. Remein-':.:'-. - rpmeHv i nt,nin'relv safe under every I rondition and positively leaves no after in i.ion the health. Pent by mall, securely "ie.i Money letters should be registered. J av. EMMONS CO., 1T0 Iremont St., boa ton. News and Opinions OF National Importance THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTH. The Sunday Sun i' gr?a:e?t Sunrlar new'pjper in the world. ; . t y ciBil, . - tO.OO a year. D -cd Sunday by mail, SS .00 a year. Price Sea copy. By mail. 2 yoar Addrcaa TOE SCX, SW Vrfc. roalnu aa a Model. .A curious f future of a model's occu pation Is her posing for mi urtlst .who Is painting some one else. 'Wealthy peopU? nre cuprlclous mid often do not care to give long sittings. Therefore, nftor the artist bus caught tlio expres sion of the face, lie will call In n model to pose for the tlguro. Borne models do not care to do this, as part of their enjoyment of their occupation consists lu seeing themselves reproduced on canvas, but there nre others who are i.uito willing to help till out. Various models have various paints uf excellence, and often a painter will employ at different stages In tbe prog ress of bis work from three to four models for one figure on bis canvas. One model Is known for her coloring, another tor her hands, nuotber for her hair. An artist generally notes lu his address book the characteristics of a model after her name. These quota tions are taken nt random from an artist's address book: "Fine young Jewess," "English, tall and slim, blond, costume;" "Ciood back," "Good figure, 3hort logs, ivory tone." Cosmopolitan. ShovinK the Queer. The game of counterfeiting In this country Is played by people of all na tionalities, and, although some women and children tiro usod as tools, men take the principal parts. After having made the coin the great problem Is how to convert it into good money. The maker rarely takes part in that opera tion. It is tbe business of gangs, which consist usually of two persons, known as tbe "holder" and the "sbover." The bolder carries a stock of tbe counterfeit money, and the sbover has one piece. This he takes to a store or a saloon and buys something for a small amount, and when he comes into the street tbe holder sees him from bis po sition a block away, joins him, receives the good money and bands him another counterfeit. The object is to work so that the shover, if detected, may plead inno cence and prove that the piece Is the only one that be has and that be has no other money. Some clever operators go so far as to mix good coin with the bad. To Caacc Hl Wlfe'a Temper. "I heard about a peculiar case of hen pecked husband recently," said a young woman the other day. "What was it?" her friend Inquired. "There Is a man who has some ditli culty in gauging ids wife's temper. At times she is considerate of bis welfare and at other times well, bo rather thinks that married life is a failure. "lie lias a peculiar manner of finding out the state of bis wife's feeling to ward hlni. In the evening when he re turns home from work be never steps into the bouse without going through a sort of ceremony. First be throws his hat In the bouse, and then he seats himself on the steps and waits. If five minutes pass without the hat being thrown out again, ho enters and gener ally finds his wife very agreeable. However, if the hat Is thrown out atiain the unfortunate man seeks hos pitality for the night somewhere else rather than brave the anger of his help meet." Cleveland Leader. An Approach to Perpetanl .Moltnn. A clock is to be seen :'t llnisseis which comes nhui.t as near being a perpetual motion ma'diine as can !-i Invented, for the mm il-. ! v. in-ling. The following is tiie !!.: !..! by hicli It works: A .-L-n;! si..-.-,l to the solar rays causes an up draft of air, which sets the fan in motion. The fan actu ates mechanism which raises the weight of the clock until it reaches the top and then raits n break on the fan till tbe weight has gone down a little, when the fan is again liberated and proceeds to act as before. As long as the sun shines frequently enough anil the machinery does not wear out the clock will keep in perpetual motion. In Retreat. Down from the upper air floated the strains of music, yet Neptune was visi bly annoyed. "What's gnawing at thy vitals, sire?" asked a mermaid. "1 wish in the name of Orpheus." said the sea king, "that boating parties could sing something else besides 'A Life on the Ocean Wave.' " And forthwith he crawled Into a cave and pulled the cave In after him. New York Marine Journal. Carina? a Male. A mule In si pack, train which was usually loaded with salt discovered that by lying down wheu fording a certain stream and allowing the salt to dissolve he could lighten his burden. The muleteer once loaded him with sponges Instead, which absorbed water when ho lay down In the stream and made his burden fourfold henvicr. The mule was cured of his smartness. rinylns It Down Low. "I haven't much use for Clitbersley," said the proud papa. u'lirV" nsked the nroud mamma. "I listened to him for an hour today while he told me about what his baby bad said or tried to say. and just as I was about to tell him about ours be left me, saying ho had to catch a train." Baltimore American. Tbe Important Thin. "Do you think It makes much differ ence which planet a person Is born un der r "Not a bit so long as be keers on tbe earth." Town and Country. If a man Is treated well at borne, be would rather eat at borne and 6lecp at bouie and loaf at home than anywhere else. Atchison Globe. It Is never too late to learn, but wbea a man thinks be knows It all that set tles It. Chicago News. You ran never rare ,lyiepi by dieting. What vour bndv need" t plenty of itoml food prnnerlv .lii-Ied. Then if your rtnnwh will not digest it. Kodol Iv-K!i:i Cure will It cnnt.tin all of the natural iiiirctne hence mu-t du.-e.t everv !- of food and o prepare it that nature can u-e it in noun-linn: the UxlvaiHl replwinirthe wat(-l ti-ue-. tnu.-'ivih- life, beilth. trenath. ambition, pure bl.Kfn.l soo.1 healthy appt-tite. Greene drug More- ' P4TBOX8 W1U. PLKASK When tn-y toove, eend to tht ndu-e tne street and numlwi of their new ad-ire-, to n.ure prompt and ac ramie delivery of fie rir. They will i.o favor us as wei! as thear.sely by proper a Mice of aay failure oa uieuan of our earners LOCAL GUESniKK COUNTY. N. II. ni.XSIIALK. Witherall and Dowd's t'ne'e Tom' Cabin" company gavaan exhibition at liiveralde l'a'k her" Tliuradsy evanioK before au ttiulier.ee of iZO people. The street light huvn all been re moved except those that light tbe Depot Btreet bridge. 'The L'oiverealisf church will be closed durii'irithe month of August for tbe panor'i vacation. The raaniatja of I'rof llobinfon of Washington university and Mis-s Reitrude E, daughter of M 8 I.pacb of this place took place today at high noon at the Congreeal ioniil church, l!ev V F White performing tbe ceremony. The Granite Monthly for July cor tains mi article on Wilton, N II, which includes an account of the Wilton wool en mills with pictures of P Frank Amidon, the owner and C F Weeks superintendent. W.at Ch al.rfla Irl. Next Sunday, children's SunJay will he observed. Spooking ani sing ing by the children at 11 o'clock. The musicel social by tha V P C V Friday evening was very much en j ny ed. Twelve from here took in th ex cursion til Mock IhIidiI. The party from here all stopped at Watch Hill aad enjoyed u nic shore dinner, stop ping about three hours. Mr and Mrs K K Clark and little daughter Dun is, visited at O K Farr's lust week. O R Fair has started to rebuild his mill. Hives arn a .terrible torment to the little folks, and to some older ores. Easily cured. Dnan's Ointment never fails, lestant relit-f, pprmanent cure. At any drug store, 50 cents. BENNINGTON COUNTY. Pern. t)ld IIom week will be observed at Peru Am 11-17 with special rsoruises on .Monument grounds Thursday at 2 o'clock p m. "Should BiiH acquaintance be fjrgot, And tcver brought to min'. '' Cigar. ft. Biuokcr Destroys a Rarti. A barn with So tors of hav hclorg ing to Mrs Charles llnrr. nrrth of lietnington was destroyed Friday eveoirg. The lire caught hv the set of a young fisherman lighting a cigi rette and dropping tne uiatc'i into the hats Tbe barn was nearly new and in tired f r 'l"lt. werer insured for .?l."0. caver the loss. The content This will net E W Bradford of IJenrirgton. re ceived serious injuries while riding a fractious horsi that be was trying to get Bceuston-ed to the discharge, cf a revolver. At the first shot the torse reared nnd Mr Bradford was thrown off. One foot became entangled in in a stirrup and tint lior.-'e drairged bim aroucd a large lot which abounded- with stores. 'I be spur cut the salcile girth relenin! Mr Urai'ford. His riibt shoulder blade vi..- lu-nlfii. on sijee of tie f'ee ll(.l!l I I II I .- 1. thfio were several bud cu; nr,d breiteri nn bis boOy. ,m:l the ?ei,-i trs in the !:- Pre i-mily otrmod. One vory tiny IIHH luiile pounr to uru I, Ivor iliid Houi-l Com 1J; I ut, inditfi-Hlion, Sink Heudnehu nnd impure iiloo.l ei.uiiia skin ill.-urdi r. limn "' tmnilwr ot druatlc, li rltiiiliiK pllb ).' dnii;!i. are puworfnl, but h r:n ; pun ly viftttilU'. In holllf, 2m flit.-; :Jvi but lit, SI.W ; pusipiiiti. I. S. JOHNSON & CO.. Ooston. fVas. If BAN KLIN COUNTY, MASS. mOKTIlf IKbU. Notll'.t AdvertliieoiciitB for tho Itefuriner may be handed In to Mr. El.lo I. Saunders, correspond ent, and will receive the fame attention as ihouith tent direct (o Die oili-e in Hrattleboro. Those fur Tuesday's Issue niu&t be liar.ded In on the previous Saturday. Tho.c for Thursday, on Wcdncday mornlnir. The Kcfoimcr (roeti Into neanv every family In Northfict-I, antt . a good medium thrmiifh which to adveitl.-e. Items fot the .Vorthllchl column arc aio soiic-f.ed. The siln cf household goods, ete, at Stimpfoa's Inn nn Saturday was success as far as it went but it did not make a very great bole in the amount to be sold. No bediooin f ir nituru whs snlii and very little cf tbe crockery iititl linec. Tha Vou"g Penrle's fjiiild connect ed with the L'uitarian cburch will discontinue teir n.eetings until the first wiek of September. Kpv Mr Pisier of tre 'Initirian church preic! el a very practical ser mon on Hurtlay morning tnking the following as his text. "Uc.w beauti ful are toy wcrk". ') I.orl. Jn wisdom hast tliou'niBiie taem all." li F Field sung a Eolo. It wan a beautiful day and many from tbis place availed themselves t.f the oppnrturity to go on the excur sion si Watch Hill und Uluck Island rata rday. V K Merrinsan rf North field Kb nil" 'ins sr.ld a tract of tindier land to tue Diamond Match t'o. Work began at the pickle factory Monday. Mr I'liimmer is in town superintend ing repairs at tho fai toiy. Mi s Kfles, a missionary from f'liiim, is visiting her sister. Mrs Van Vorhees. She w.s in C'entral Chira during tbe trouble there and pussprt thfouuh s n'o very unpleBant exte riences. Sh expects to r 1 1 urn lo the woik in a fe mont bs. Or N V Wooil ard sin Philip are at t1-,' feastni e enjeyirg an outing. Dr Neton nrd fa in i ly spent Friday tt C'besterlield lake. .-Airs Win M ore is visitirg at Swaizey, N II. Miss Kosa Trim 1ns g?ne to arnrk at Spricgliehl, Mass. What's the secret of Imply, vigor o'is heiilthi1 .Simply keeping the how els, tte rlriinsch, the liver and kid nys .strung and actite. Huriieck Blood Jiitters lict-s it. ttrrnarrt.loii. Harrv A lVrry cf .-alin-i. 1-. f irn I'llv if : i-i-i '.e. is at hi f.ithet-r-!;r.v's, l-'rii I; ll'.irrows. in I ler n h n i tcti. Mr I'err, is iiia.-ifr rf h !'.-ri:e a. I ;c. When you wan! a iiodi rn. ; j -r d- :e ptiv.-ic. try t'hauit'erlain's Stoma 1 1 am! Liver Tablet-. They are eay to take and pleasant in effect. Price Si cents. Samples free ut Itrooks Hou-e 1'cur-macv. NEW IIAMPS1IIBE NEWS. Elraer Wakefield Durbin. V. of Pioneer. O. fe'l a distance of feet on the ineiiie of a standpipe being prected at Portsmouth, for the Unit ed Stales gnvernn.e' t on Senveys is land Saturdiiy, and was irstantly killed. Durbin was unmarried, but leaves a sister and several brothers. Tho-e famous little pills. DeWitts Little Karly lli-ers coiiiie! your liver and Irnwcl. to do their duty, thus giving you pure, rich blond to recuperate your hoilv. Are ea-y to take never gripe, (,'reetie's ifrug store. 3 NEARBY MASSACHUSETTS NEWS JUDGE DIHKCTS A VICRD1CT OF SOT Ol ILTl" In the Fo.hnigh Cas. at Plltsll.ld D.m anstratloa nt Approval by Crowd. At the opening of court Friday in the Fosburgh trial at PittsheH. Judge Stevens inetructed the jurv to bring in a verdict of i ot guilty. This was doce, ending the trial, witrout the jury men leaving their sears. They ifferard barf a meeting and unaiiin'ously agreed that this would have been their icrdret within 13 min utes, if the c s bad gore to them. A reception of roneratuiation an hour long followed at the hotel. Dr Franklin K Paddock died at Pitt field Friday evening at 9:4.1, after an ex tended ilmess ut a complication of diseases, mtinlv rheuniatiaoi of the heart. Dr Paddock m one of the best physicians and nrgeons in Western Massachusetts and bad b.'en prominent in the Fosburgh case. BLOCKS WE STAND Ofl, What can be Ione When Fouudationa Weaken. Mr. Joseph Coldwell, of Matteawan, K. T., suffered from some digitive nialmly. He felt heavy and tired. The relish for bis meals was gone and food didn't taste aa it used to. When he did eat he had pain in the stomaeh, chest and sides, a bad biste in the mouth, snells of triddiness and other wretched feelings. The foundations of health were growing shaky under Hr. Cold well. M f Vinlo nt fltA TileA.mf y-niA-A nf Monroe, N. Y., was upset and worried with . . i - t-i i.i loss 01 appeti:e anu uisziueiw. ouo ia all the wearing, distreasing symptoms 1.1.1. --,K luir rf,Tii-,lMi lit SliA W.14 feel le and weary. The pedestal of health rocked under her feet. Yet, these people were completely cured Vic rul.iira Solvent, a nt-w medicine ilis- c"veTed by Dr. David Kennedy. H iw clearly these instances show us t uat tro-xl t.A..l.K ia tliM l.irM V ta mii-t Ktjinil on if we 1 l. l,i,,Tiv n-iil nefiiL Watch tlie early signs of "ill health, and use CJcnra Solvent Ix-fore tlsease has cast you uowa utterly. nni nf Calcura 4- Tent.Bend l.oO to Dr. David Kennedy, Kennedy Kotr, Kiruton. X.; exprt-ss preiaiiL Write for free simple bottle. M: - h.:-i F.!-r;rg:--n t.d -h,: i,-n ;ii" te,;ii;L; a two vMcita' ai-;ijii.n m New 1 laui si) ire. Mrs LavilU Mur.lell of Wakefield is visiting Per pareots, Mr and Mis Jan es M ills. Grace Hurler has been dangerously iil at Nov Scoti-i, woere she is vis iting witb her mother and sister. John Smith has iuovmI bis family it ti the teusojeDt vacated by Mrs Myrri Harwoor1. (i K Weatherree of Hronkline, N H, has operei the hotrl at Krving. Miss llattie Hill of PittsGeld spent a few days list week with Mrs H N Mlackmer. , Native of .Montaffiae El.ct.rl Pr.sld.nt of Flak L'nlv.raity. The triiRtees of Fisk university of Nasbville, Tenr, hate chosen Kev Jaaes LI Mnill president rf tne in stitution. Two years ago Dr Merrill became dean ot tbe faculty and since the de.itb, last September, of Presi dent Craat tfi, has teen acting presi dent. Dr Merrill is a native of Moo tague. The Englishman nod III Order, Au Englishman at a Chicago hotel ordered a trap. He ordered It of an In telligent looking key clerk behind the desk. Then he went up stairs to his room to prepare himself for the drive. He waited half an hour for the an nouncement that tho vehicle was be low. Ho began to wonder If this was nn example of the American hustlu whoso irpputatlon bad crossed tho At liintle. Presently camo. a knock on the dool. "Come In," bade the "Englishman. Entered a mechanical looking man In his shirt sleeves. "Where's the hole?" tvas his question. "Hole?" queried tho Englishman. "I wanted a trap." "Here it is," said the toller, "and It'll catch that mouse sure." Tho Englishman's mouth opened In astonishment. "Mouse! What do you mean? Who are yon, anyhow?" "I'm the hotel carpenter, sir. nnd I've brought up the trap you ordered!" The Englishman glared. Then It pen ctrnted his Saxon wits, and ho roared. Ho gave the carpenter half a dollar and swore tho Joke for once was on America. A Beaver'a Toilet. It is nn interesting sight to watch the outlaw at his evening toilet. To begin with, Instead of sitting up with bis large, flat. rlbted tail protruding be hind him, he' tucked It forward between his hind b gs and sat upon It. Then with bis hand he carefully cotnlied his long hair, using tsith hands at the same time. There were many places, how ever, that could not be reached in this way, for his nrms are very short and his body very large, so be combed these otherwise Inaccessible places with bis bind feet, using first one nnd then the other, l'ho entire operation was per formed with the utmost deliberation and care and occupied more than a quarter of an hour, so that by the time it was completed daylight had almost vanished. My presence did not nppear to dis turb him lu the least, though I sat on the ground within three feet of hltn that I might the better note his various attitudes, for it Is not often one has an opportunity of watching a beaver at such close range. Everybody's Magazine. The Military Solute. All salutes, from taking off the hat to presenting arms, originally implied respect or submission. Uf military sa lutes, raising the right band to the head is generally believed to have orig inated from the days of the tourna ment, when the knights tiled past the throne of the queen of beauty nnd, by way of compliment, raised their hands to their brows to Imply that her beau ty was too dazzling for uusliaJeil eyes to gaze upon. The otliccr's salute with the sword has n double meaning. The first posi tion, with the hilt opposite tbe Hps. is n repetition of the crusader's action In kissing the cross hilt of his sword in token of faith and fealty, while low ering the jKiliit afterward implies ei ther submission or friendship, meaning In either case that It Is no lunger liec essnry to stand nn guard. liaising the hand to the forehead has also been ex plained as a siirn that the wcapotiod hand is empty and in an inoffensive p h'tiii:!. bit' this reason does not seem mi ci iiviin'ing as the ot'.n is. Anclrnt Skyscrapers. The Idea prevails that skyscrapers are of m-ulorn American origin, but Professor Lancianl declares that in an cient Lome, as early as the time of Au gustus, buildings 10 or V2 stories high were common. Later they are believed to have been much higher, rivaling out most modern apartment building In size and height. It is well known that at Constantinople the Emperor Con stantino found his view of the water cut off by the skyscrapers erected be tween his palace nnd the water front, though he had placed his palace on high ground. G A ("rover of Melrose was electrd superintendent i f srho 1. to succeed E If' Howard. ho resigned to go to Nortbfield, at a j-.int meeting of the school coruo.mittee of tne toAis com prising tr,e district of which Coarlf mont is a pait Thursiav at Zot. Mr Grover, lu has been prim-iiiil of the Melrose grammar scho d until row, is a friend cf Mr llo,.nd's, ami act, the position l.vgely through Mr Howard's reeum utoudat ior.s. Mary, the seven-yf ar-cld catirhter of William K Atderson uf Gteenfi i i, was .-erioiisly bi.rr.ed Tbursd.y anout r.non. while placing witn ner Pule brother oil tte lawr. They ima matcbe., aid tte child's clothing caught fire, burning ber bidy in reaLv plaies. Her injuries are very severe. Dr Pest aas culled to die.-s tne vouuds. MOW SNIKKS LIKfc UKAS9. Boy. With Perinea Thus KIM II Rattle anil Hoop anali.. , tine Karoaatar. When Charles and Cyrus Vail were out driving near Itlairstowo, N J they encountered a drov of rattlesuakes. Presently 'hey heard whirring noi.e, aud. locking up. saw about a dozen hoop snakes coining down the mountain to the help of the rattlers. Toev trot two old sevthes. and as the snakes came dowo the road they mowed them down with the scythes and thus killed twelve. Dr llodsre, the professir of biology at Clark university, has been making experiments with slcohol nrd does the cast three Tears to determine tne effect of the alcohol upon lower sni- mals. lie ccnclude. that it is injurious to them. The nffsprirg cf the alco holic drea have been much inferior to thce of tbe total abf in-nc dogs, while the iletrinirtnttl effects upon the partakers cf toe spirits hare been Conspicuous. Tie rnmesej b It of Bryan Demo crats is Chio ReM another knockdown Hew. Biyan's refcstl 1 1 countenarce it it now "followed by ttat of Gen J K Sherao-xl to sta'-d as its candidate for govercor. A Matter of Dlaleet. An elderly Scotsman was tried for a slight offense nnd was put in prison. The warder handed blm a pail of wa ter next morning, with the remark, "That's to clean your cell." What was his astonishment on returning to find Sandy, who had divested himself of his clothing, having n bath. "Good gracious!" exclaimed the warder. "What nre you doing Sandy?" Sandy (turning round quite lunocent y Didn't ye say it was to clean nut sel? Pearson's Weekly. The Rlubt Side. "I wouldn't fight, my good man," said the peacmaker. "P.ut be called tne a thief, sir!" ex claimed one of the combatants. "And be called me a lazy loafer!" cried the other. "Well." said the peacemaker serenely, T wouldn't fight over u difference of opinion. You may both be right." Tit Hits. Whr She Wanted It. Mr. Rowers I don't see why you j want to spend money lor a new tuer moineter when we have a half dozen already. .Mrs. P.owers But this one has a ba rometer, and barometers nre so bandy. See. it says "rain." nnd just look how It is raining! Puck. Sarcastic. He looked about 7 years old. and be sat beside his mother In a Broadway ear one day last week. "He's 4." re marked the mother as the conductor held out his hand for the fare. With never a smile. "Is he married?' asked the conductor. New York Sun. The dog star Is the brightest star In the firmament. It was so called by the Egyptians because it watched the ris ing of the Nile. PILES! PILES! PILES! . ,rni: ..I:. 1,1 ! fMnliMnt rill I ,r. aiiam i,,.ii-, iitt . -iiiiui, in ... cine Itliml. Uleeilini. ncerate.1 and lthln Pile. It air-orb the tumor, ai'ay tbe itcb init at oin-e. a a poultice, aive- mlaiit relief. Ir. WilpamV Indian I'i'ie ointment . prep-in-d only for Pile-, and ltchini ! the private prt. and nothinir r!-. Kvery box i iruanntee-l. sM hv all dnurirMs. sect l.j mail, for Vc. and rl.nn per Imx. Wlly I.IAMS M Of.. P.-oj. Cleveland. Ohio. It or i .' sr P r.-i. He--m - itrma-.y . J r Isn't if Worth 25c, To ie Cured of Constipation People who suffer from habitual constipation with all its attendant ills, ologged stomach and bowels, sluggish liver, heartburn, indigestion, aud thin ami impure blood, are too apt to believo that the only remedy is violent purgatives. The contrary is the case. Such cathartics, even if they do movo the bowels, arc irritating aud gripiug, leave the stomach inflamed anil enfeebled and the constipated condition recurs with greater difficulty of cure and the sufferer constantly growing worse. There t'j a laxutivo that moves the bowels without pain or griping, cleanses the stomach, sharpens the appetite, stimulates the liver, strengthens the nerves, ami purifies the blood, while its marvellous tonic properties tone up the eutire system and keep it healthy. Laxakola Does It Its remarkable tonic properties reach every organ the liver, kidney ami stomach, nerve, heart and brain aud removes the cause of your debil itated condition. This is the only way to secure au absolute ami permanent cure. Laxakola is the ouly medicine for babies, is purely vegetable and its action is gentle, speedy and effective. For coated tongue, simple fevers, colds, chills and languid feeling it is the ideal medicine. It tastes good. IV Children like it aud ask fur it. Laiakola, the great tonic laxative, is not only the most efficient ol family remedies, but the most econnmical, because it combine, two medicines, : laxative and tonic, and at one price. No other remedy sive. so much fr.r the money. AI druggists, 25c. and60c.,or .end lor Irce sample lo LAXAKOLA CO, 131! Nassau Street, N. Y., or 3.'t6 Dearborn Street. Chicago. GOOD MORNING Do you use a Quaker Range ? ytJU SOLD BY F. B. LOCKE, Saxtons River. I r ITsT-l 1 i Vw. VJs V "' V : I-HIIII "'lllll'iilllllllllliu' 1 IliWi'l ''"'Ui'i' PROMPT AND FAITHFUL SERVICE is not the only good feature of RICHARDSON'S MARKET. Tbe very choicest meats of all kinds, beef, mutton, lamb, veal, etc., can always be had here, and everything is delivered just asor lered, in good season and In iierfect con llllon. Tbis gives special comfort to cus tomers in Summer. H"l-H-M-M-H-H-H-K-H"l' I K-M- t i Sweet Revenge NEW AND CHEAP TELEPHONES FOR FARMERS. 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