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1 V- et all the endi thou aimed at be thy Country's, toy God's and Truth'i. " ; THREE CENTS PICK COI'V. VOLUME XXVI. BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT. TUESDAY. AUGUST 27. 1901. NUMbIr9. i v nn,'i-t i tiTKP-A .'ci'onn Kin. Ciw ...i.I.I vnrk. No cooking. Mils. titu. E. s-2i nv'TflJ-H1!) corns woou cue. Apply to No. Levercti, Mass. JVrTxTKU-To hire (rood farm hand by Ihe P ' T. IS. JUllll.lC'K. ' 1 Guilford, Vt. ri,iKl) LMr! ior iron era i noueework ..... 1 (1- II til'l V'V Dtui In Vlrn,.t IM I" .-- ..V.. ' il rc'm llnuse, built about Ave years, . ''i. -rt, 't t.i iiii nt 'III enzv litllfl tinma it iv ro'i m i"'r j. - ; Viii Vlllaue, mill to a party wanilng a conven. l,t ''ti'p liniue, tir is a etiance seitiom onereu, rr!ce '"' fpo KKNT-Ttn : South Main St. Hit ro KENT Tenomci nt, 11 South Main street 8it KOK SALE. TTIOK BALK Surry wagon. In iron! running .a.- orucr anil ngui : also a concord wagon. J G. IIARKK, 25 Hlrge St. titf TO RENT. street. Tenement four room.", 11 flat ; it I n ilrt oon'8 anl 0,li,-ea 'n I'llery Stnnm lion, fllh power In annex. Also four Honrs 4tf rno KKNT-Tencincnt tour . street. rooms, 5 Urnve Htf TO RKNT Six roam Tenement, all one lloor. . KunulDK water, modern, sin. 10' 'i 8. W. K DUETT A CO. 4 tf EDUKTT & CO. MERCANTILE). 1 ..it 11..- Tim !....... V nisiii' l regularly, Hie ilny it Is printed, to leilliVe.'U'itllll'irtg prupu.iuuii ,u jou wmi will ;Jve money. 1MPB v.WK-a . - .. . v Fancy ttooda. Ctcturea and Framing. Viyl AVTKU-V nmn to work and live on our ZZ.JVft1'" -'8 ' 4? iv. F. UK HAKixios A Co. l.tf Street. Brattleboro "farm. W. 1'. Kichakiwus A Co. l.tf rANTKD Washings to do at home. Mrs. i' asht'in, Forest street, ground lloor. ' 10'tf OAHROW8CU wholenl. and r.coll f dealers In Coals of all kinds. Oflloe No. 88 IS8CHANCK. tas'I'KI' "I'h waher. Til., ttpunoru iake. BILVEHUALK 110- lU-tf FroHt .St.. itinl he will come to your real- m ami remove your teetn iu pain, aa-tr. It will pat you. Illi nut of carr1a(te or sleljrh painting, to h: it corner o So. hi aln anil Canal St. or stock fce..'s Statue, flrct I'labs work. O. B. Kamsev. C. K. R JENNE, Supcessor to Sherman it Jenne, I 3NT XT IX -A. INT O 33 . ESTABLISHED IN 1867. nre. Mutual Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Em. plovers Liability, Klevator, Hartford Steam Boiler, Tornado. Indemnity and 8urcty Bonds North German Llovd S. S. Co. 17tMufr TRADES. ftlANTED WOOL. W Highest Market Price Paid. E. H. DAVENPORT, ,,, "'est Brattleboro, Vt. DHaTTLRBOBO CUSTOM 9t ClllOt St., LAUMnRT. (i)OiIa rAllml tnr nn.l Hull.. ered. Lace curiam, a sueclaltv. Tbi...,i,...,o 4,yt fjRATTLHKOKO Cleaning WorkB, Proprietor ITOR 8ALK cnenn Lane's rotarvbed I' planer, i!txl2. AIm si.lnch bu.n planer, relltted (rood as new. Also heavy mill pulleys aiiu QliaillllK. 1.. II, D1I.LLHAN, Q-ll ljlOR 8LK Good work horse; welirha l'Jfd poiinus. w, r . KicilAliusoN co. ttl SL.AO WOOD Block. for sale. Inquire 4 Croeby 41 f 17IOR SiA LE Two second hand ladies' blcy. - clcs in itood order. 2.", lllrKe St. HU-lt fOR 8AI.R A second hand Chlckerlnit Pl ano. Modern. Urt clns condition, nearly as (rood as new. Will be sold for less than one third its cost. Address Box 6M, Brattleboro, Vt 97-t f ITIOR SALIC-An Ideal Cash Rcleter; new J and In perfect condition. A barguln. Ad dress "l,"cre Koformer. 73.if FOR SALR-Chcan Second hand SO IjTp. Uurlirht Marlnt, Knirlnn llvli cvHmlor sn drivlns pulley. A II in good order. John Taft. ,i e.i iuuimersion. 43tf STKAM RAW AND SHINGLE MILL For Bale Ample power: near Station; nenty of timber: no other mill In vicinity. Of 'ered at a very low Dries. Addreaa llor . Keene. N. H. tf-tufr FOR SALE. One cahlnet work bench: nun wft plarlnnta- nn. breach loading double shot gun; one small or (ran, good as new; one boring machine and augers, a ii in good, order. H. Ii. MiBCBoss, No. 1 Church Place. tf FOR SALE. STKAM CARPET B Fiat St, E. H. 1 nonmB, a.yiir JOHN Dl'NLKVY, Custom Tailor, Ryther Block, up one flight. Cleansing, Repairing THE PnOPKSSIONH. w. H. JACOOS, Hon. Sho.liis; and jouuing. vanai at. 3?yl fvB. OEO. R. AsnnKiuji, rnysician jt) and Surgeon. Oflice and residence His n Mreei. Mirircrv. in an hb oraucues, a eclalty . oilicc hours: until iu a. in., 1 to I ., SMi toS evening, '.telephone "tsrooks if." 2tf S. COlllfH WAIT. D. O. 8 . Dentist. Sorilniekl, hlam., Thursdays, Fridays I Saturdays. w-ZBt, GH. HALL, Carpenter and Slater. er Ln slate. 24 Clark street. Deal 26tf Delaware Peaches KCns tV HtMiKKK, Attorneys at Law 1 Practice In Statu ami Federal Courts Ver OBt.Mfiiisaehust'ttP, New Hainpeiilre ami Sew rR.H. L ccel WATKHMAN, 41 Elliot St. Hours: U.ao to 2 30 & 6 to b P. M. Of-46tf fvE.VTISTK Y ln all Its branches. Teeth ex. If irme without palu. H. K. Kinkead, D. a,i Main street. asir ATEK1A.V ii MARTIN, Attorneys at Law, Bank Block, Brattleboro, Vt. F. BtKDKK, O. O. 8., Union Block, ' over breene s drug store, Brattleboro, Vt. A.1ESCOXLAXD, M. D., Physician and Sffltcoo. urattleboro. Vt. Office ln Crosbv t RctMonrc, No , 3 Walnut St. Office Ji trom k to 9 a..m., 1 :30 to 8, and 7 to S p. m. .mtD B. PI.NGKKK, Attoincy and Conn- Miorat Law. Solicitor and MaBter In Chan- By. ullertlon. promptly made. Chester, Vt. D R E. K. LYNCH, office and rcsldencs 40 tiiiot St., Brattleboro, Vt. Office hours . m 1 to 8 and 7 to 8 p. m, 6tf-frtu HI. II. GUKIIAM, M. D. Whitney main street, lirattlenoro rracilce l fjwuithcaesoasesof the Eye, Ear, Throat, -'unc. wmce nours. 9:ao-lj: l ti. m.-4. 'lues. I im t rldava onlv. IlRmalnrier of week at ws rails IStf OHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford, '-,u""ji. i9-iu4iuir Xow Is the time to commence Canning the best canning peaches are here this week and next, and the price will be reasonable. Send us your orders and we will give you the llnest (juallty Delaware Teaches. Also we are receiving large Lanliard Plums for canning. Delaware Grapes, Large Wotermellons, Cantalopes, California Bartlett Pears, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Fancy New Honey, 20c lb. U3T Special attention given Mall Orders on Peaches. A. F. ROBERTS & CO. 81 Main Street. StOrV aill) half hniiiiP. 9 rnnma Mrh nil a Pint-l oir-tM. 1MIU ellllrti ITOMit'd Mill A iniOiltir aiso croweii waier. ani coonet'teil wiih tli sewer. jiKiuire W. Thomas. Bond Work, 4 01 For Sale. II K S T U I! (i:K l I ES of all kinds. Speclal-3 lbs. Cherry Prunes for 2V.. Blue ucrnes anil oilier trims. Telephone call 44-.1. SW-II J, K. ltL'HHN KLL, 20 Hilt St. FAR MS FOR SALE If you want to trade for a farm or other real estate, or If you have any to soli let me hear irom you. tt J. A, MILLER, East Dummerston, Vt. 'ox Sale. one new two-story Mouse on Pleasant St.. ten rooms, croweu water to bonne and connected with sewer. Land lis feel front. 112 feet back Also some good lots to build on and some oilier good property for .al. Call and see property hi ust ue sum j. vk. n Attn, is rieHsaut St. M tf Brattleboro, Vt pon s.x.3. To Close, at Bargains, Three Xcw C'oncon Wagons, one second-hand Concord Wagon. iioott Wagon, Small money. S-4t N. N. W 1 i-so.N, Klat Street. Cabinet Work Furniture Repairing, Glazing. All kinds or Saws Gummed and Filed. r . 0. PETTEE, Dentist, Crosby -.. wit uoiiien's arug store. W4tx S. PRATT, M. D., 18 North Main street, Kriuleboro. Office hours until a. m.; .''P.m.; b:30to8 p 41tf '&EH0NT HAMIt.TOV. M. Tl OfM.' IDII ReBlllenr.. Kn. .U VnWh Main Rft-AAt. nwtlies. to.: 1 to 2.30 and early evening au-.days. 1 to 3 p. m. Telephone call. Mr CO TO CLEASOIM'S A POINTER A Physician remained all night at the home of Mr. Patrick Barry in Leverett. Mass., at tending a sick child. At four o'clock lu the morning he sent Mr. Barry, as a last resort, to Montague, six miles, for a bottle of TOILETIIME. Door Bolls. Can put you in an Electric or Me chanical hleetric Door Bell. HARDWARE SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH. DON A. WILDER. 40 Elliot St. S. W. EDGETT & CO., Real Estatel Investments kelsey & CO. Members of Kew York Con. Eictange, 66 Broadway. New York. Stocks, Bonds find (.rain br-neM and sold for riH&h or on ntnrxtn. Information In rtficurd to the market And Mot of Becuruien wmcn we coMder sale and pro lit able hivedtmenls seat on request. p-t'i WINDOW SHADES. You will always find our stock complete and our prices as low as the lowest. ijuality considered. Summer Goods. The hot weather is yet here and will be fur Min,e time, and wc carry n large line ot PIAZZA ROCKERS at nil prices from 7.V upwards. Our if'J.lkl chairs are the largest and best chairs ever sold for the mouev. KITCHEN TABLES. l on need a new one. why not look at our.' He would call your special in tention to our DESERTER CAUGHT BY THE AMERICAN'S. MAN THKOFPICKIIH HAVE I'.tK.V LOOKING FOR. Captura as Daring as That ol AsTilliiaMo Amtrlcan Party Panttral Iniur(.nt Camp at Msht-S.li., Gag and Carry Hint Ont Eleven Murderers Escape Krom Prison Some Court Martial C'a.cs. Manila, Aue 27 Lieut Hazztrd of the third cavalry, commandine the Mncaliebe scouts, to-day captured the American deserter Howard, who us a leader of the Filipinos bag been annoy Inp the Americans for months. Disguised as an insurirent with eitrht scouts, Lient Hazzard penetrated the ramp of Col Atienze, oumiiiandinfc' 240 riflemen and 200 Ujlomen and located Howard. " He then bound and eaeeeA Howard and led him aay without disturbing me camp, i tie capture was made In a manner very similar to that in which (Jen Funston sflected tli-i captiira of Aguinaldo. Xo member of the Filloino army hits been more wanted by the American army for months than Howard. Pride of the Kitchen Capt Harol I L Jackson of th 1st infantry recently surprised Gen Luk baD at Piimbujan, iu the mountiiins of the island of Samar. Three of the general's guard were killed, and Luk ban, who escaped, was Bounded. His family was captured. A captsiu an a lieutenant were also mads urisonerp umi uosernor Xatt at Aparri province or lburvrp, received tb gieatest ovation of his trip. He an Bounced that Apparri would be port of entry aod receive a large appropriation fir the improvement me caroor and Urfgayga river. as the best ami ever produced. J. E. Iuaurejents SillI Surrenderlnf. most convenient table Word was renivod S.imUv t hut thu insjrent colouel, Loreel, with 17 officers and 13 men, surrender?d Satur day to Capt Uroo cf the 4th infantry St lalaissy. The surrender rif cii meroua other smaller co- tinenls last weeK brings tho totl to more than 100. RETTING BROS. MANN. Straight Front, Box elTeet Kabo No. 602 at $1.00 iTEVN AND UE WET REPLY TO KITCHENEK'S PROCLAMATION. Tell Him They Will Flint on to the End Insurgents Threatening an Important Town Carnality Ll.t Indicate. Serious Fight. London, Aue id. A despatch from Lord Kitchene.' says: "I have received a long letter Ircm tstevn containing an mnv not lip i ldPinaKumentHtive statement of the Boer J case and faying lie will witn mo mass such ewset ',. IV p li The child lived. Moral : FOR Who gets the credit for It Try Tolletlne first ! B. F. MINER. RUIT JARS AXD Spices of all Kinds CAXXIJfB AND PICKLIX6. Richarii W. LkRoy, Ai?ent, Jacksonville, A. H. Lyndk, Green River. rirThe finest Hue of Flavoring Extrac's on earth. ALSO Fnits 4 TiolBHei EVERY MORNING. E. GLEASON, .12 Kl.I.IOT ST. ARTHUR H. H. LEWIS, D.V.S. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Western Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo. Surgery In all its Branches. Office at C. 8. STOCKWELL'S STABLE. Telephone 68-2 Hear Crosby Block 3-2Ht REAL ESTATE AGENCY fcl ! Everything. Adilroee ither H,.k, ..., ehoro. Vt. JULIUS C. TIMSON. REAL E3TATB AGENT A .AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Gnaranteeil. IS Union Block. Claremont, N. H. Established 1S1. Long Die. Telephone. &ARL F. CAIIM. y tailor. f"c! mi l Ikpairlnij of Ladles' and rE ARE BUYING A OOL, F. BiniAKDsox & Co Way U, 1901. " iCIeatilng and press- ikI Act ,it for Uwando' wain Sr fanted Immediately jJ; f,,r following Real Estate: -ib-,-1 ' ,Thi'' " two tenement 'TOVtl Cnst nnifri - Brattleboro T,s ''o repur n.l miwwI .r. b, 1,ut,roverae,:t Brattleboro, June 10. 1!01 ..a 1 ' acoetsable to thel Horses For Sale ! Just Arrived This Day. Monday, June 10th. Full Carload of Horses, Come and see them. Large mauueu pairs and single workers and drivers anion- mem. I have thirty-live horses to select from. At Xo. SO Elliot street. G. E. GIIMAN, Proprietor. 91-tf Xow is a good time to buy House for investment or a Home, call on us and see what we have. Farms, village property, any thing on earth. S. Y. Edoett & Co Wtf Sadawga Springs MHITIMJIIAM, VT. Hold Open May 15th, 1001. For Transient and Summer Guests. Good liv ery In connection. Guest, will be met at the train. Telephone connection. Rates reasonable. 85.wtu CEO. R. WHIPPLE, Prop. Wanted Immediately A customer for a Beautiful Home In West Brattlt'lKiro. House, barn and two acres of land, onlv a few minutes from end of electric car line. Kiiiillim: water, bouse slated, blind ed and 4-IUht windows, plaza. Arc. 1 his can be bought right, or exchanged lor tenement property iu Hrattleiioro. luo-ir a. 1 CL'UCl l oc nr.. Ageuis. It is cmiili!itiiil w'ly superior in every mo to an ouier irannenis, as a trial of one will amply prove G miles of course are mo.-tly used with low neck irowns, lmt nre by no means eon lined to such u-e, as many are worn witn slnrt waists, &c. iveimve Kabo No. 378 at $1.00 such model, pink, blue and white, and cannot speak too high ly of its beautiful model, sterling ma terial and pliable clasp. Kabo Corsets are rust proof. We give our pat rons the best 50c corset made. O. US. MANN continue rn of tight. Also a short letter from DeWei to the same rflrct. "Botha writes acknowledelmr receiot of my proclamation and protesting against it. He states lloers intend to go on lighting. Oa the other hand, surrenders nave lately increased considerably. Muce August 1!), 32 Boers have been killed, Llli have been made prisoners nd ISO have surrendered, includine Krueer. a nephew of the ex-president. The culjiiins are meeting with no appreciable opposition in Cape Colony. inc teueis ana armed bands are h time and avoiding our columns with some success, Uen IVatson alone having been in contact with the command of Scheen- cr. whom he is driving notth." A CHSualuv list given out last nicht netoKenea a serious tight, which had not been adequately reported. Miarp skirinishiog has occurred near I niondale, only a day s ride from the sea, wtiiie Lumiiiundant acbeppen scorn mandoes are threatening the important town oi utitsnorn, tmrly miles from the Indian ocean. Ii Brussclls it is ssserted that Com. mandant-General Botha tins ordered Buer commaodere In future to retain all captured British as hostages iu c.ise Lord Kitchener carries out the threats ot his latest proclamation. FAILURE TO RESCUE. DEATH WATCH BEGINS. OKSPEHADO WHf) MVHDERED A BAKKK MAN AND HELD UP TOWS Out hi Wa.liliiKton Still lit Clnlches of Law-Pint of l HI. Pal. lo Get lllm Onto .lull Dl.covrred lu S.a.on and II. Taken lo Another County. heattle. Wash. Auz 2(1 Alfred Hnm ilion, one of the most desperate murder ers ever in this country, has been orougnt to this city from Whatcom to prevent an attempt at jail rlelivsrv on the part of bis friends. Hamilton i now under sentence of death for th murder of D M Woodbury, fornierlv of Barre, Vt.. and eradnate of Barre Academy. On .September 7, 1SII9. Alfred Hamll ton held up the entire town of Anacor- tes. He drank himgelf to madness and then procjeded to hunt out. his enemies On the second floor of a building where were located ine ouices or U M W7ood bury, a lawyer, he met Woodbury Dd two other men. Hamilton held the three up with a pair of revolvers, Two threw up their hands hut Woodbury re fused. Hamilton shot him dead. For tins crime he has been twice tried and twice sentenced to be hanged. From Miaglr. countv bis case was appealed to the state supreme court. A new trisl was granted. A change of veoue took the cae to Whatcom county. There conviction followed. Ihe members of the band of pirates got, ingeiner ana plan was formed to free Hamilton. Part of the conversa tion was overheard. A uiong other things slid was the remark: "If one is to hang we can ennnce two nangings." A couple of days ago Sheriff Cudihee was notified of the facts, and arrange ments were made whereby King county wiiiooara Hamilton until the time for his death watcb comes. Yesterday af ternoon Sberifls Brieben and Wells, bringing the murderer, arrived In the city from Whatcom. BOERS ACTIVE IN CAPE COLONT. botha Orders Commanders to Retain Cap tared Hrlll.b Hollefe.. South African despatches show that the Boers continue active in Cape Col ony, hharp skirmishing has occurred near Lniondale. only a day's ride from the sei, while Commandant Schennen's commando is threatening the Impor'aot town of Oudtshoorn. 30 miles from me Ionian ocean, in lirnsells it ku, o. i .k. EM.. HCr.mi"!l!-0Mt-lia LPl.ee i ers in future to retain nllcapturtd Brit- isn as nnstages in case Lord hlichener carries out the threats of his latest proc lamation. BRATTLKBOHO HOCIET. Th. B. H. 8. Ulasa of 'HH In Rcnnlnn The reunion of the class of "88, ii II S, waH held Kridnv etenicg at the home of U 1) Tavlor, the class presi dent, with 12 of its members preBect. and all together a hsppy partv of 20 with the veteran teaebet, MrH'Stella nixer, the g 'est of bonir and a por trait of tbe "oH Schoolmaster", B F Bieeharnjlo-kiogdown upon them from tKe psrlor wall. Husbands and wives of several members helped to make the party. Among the out-of town members of the class who were present wete Mrs Or8 K ButterHeld of Ann Arbor, Mich, Maurice P Devme nf Providence, R I, Miss Carrrie K Cohh tf Kprinpfleld, .Mass, and Miss Hsttie E WiBe of Boston. While refreshments were being served letters and a telprair were re'd from different members cf tbe class who were unabli to be present. It wss decided to form a permanent organiza tion to which the h-jshands ar.il and children of t e members of the class will be eligibl". There was some talk nf the next meeting ti be held, perhaps, nt Spoffnrd Lake, N H. A committee, nousis! iru nf Tj 0 Taylor. H H Crosbv. City. M iks Maude Emerson and Mips Edith M Rtolte, was chosen tn lak charge of tb 3- arrangements for tbe next reunion. The mamaee of Prpd l)nmnir ..! Miss Nettie Horton is to tnko nla.-a tomorrow eveoing. Landlord Buckley announces his open ing dance at Edgewood hotel for next Thursday evening. The banr.8 of raartiaee bet Msrv Moran and John V fJr.iv. lmth of this rdaee. were niililiHboH it sir. Michael's Krman Catholio idmn-h Sunday. Sirce tbe announcemMrt- ena nnri Friday the date for the pick' of the patrons of tbe Brattleboro Cresmery has been changed from Saturday to next Thursday. Toe Twentieth Centu rv whist rliih net Friday evening at the home of Mr. A A Adams and presented her with a silver souvenir onnnn Mrs Adsms goes this week to New London ti icako her home. DR. C. A. PROUTY, v otorinnry Surgoou Graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College, loroiuo, wniario, anatiu. Treats diseases of all domestic animals Surgery a Specialty. S-tf Office at O. It. White's Stable TRUSS. We call atteutlon to our new and complete line of th. nr. Hortck Pnenmatie Tru.e, the fineM pad In tlie frarket C.Htl, dur able Mii-I alwa ln place. Skillfully Unci and guaranteed. UEO. E. OliKKNK, Sole Aeeni. , mi Hit ol trie.. irif town, ami al-rt, tho Hiftr- I To any one wtntine nln- ' i ? . .... I . . . ..r1 mtmn vrn!t m r.,-,-"'ri -Dce, as it is aoout r twr.-rm. -,.,-,,1 3 u V. qoarrr ... ipJ " ' I mura to wiorajci eoo.1 bc-ETT & CO , Agents. Just a Gem ! KK acre. One story house of live rooms, fdx fO foot barn, ati.ar tree, and III. tools lo work them. Smooth lie'ds, nine pastures, i.t ai feel of timber. Wood, atronc. deeu loam. Thl larm abould brlnir .IM, but to cliwe it onl, we win take 7i. Com. and look It over. If you do not nod It .a w. represent In every panic u- lar, wc will nay vour tare nere aoi oacs. Addreaa CNS CO.. 103-tf Orange Block, Uranieboro, Vt. pcicnvc vius ivcrwiviipi uuauuno mil JUOUlailWE, " It Is bard work to find a safe in vestment. Taxes, repairs, bad debts, leir.il fees, etc.. absorbe ini'oiiie. Kn downient Insuram-e not only consti tutes a safe, profitable investment, but supplies life insurance tn addi tion. (Correspondence solicited.) Do You Send Tour REFORMER, after re.dln It, to the boy or (rtrl or relative or fr1e.. at eome d'eUnt point? If Ml, we can do It better and cheaper for yoa by malllne; dlrvct frocn th. offlc, anil al th. other end they will iret It while It Is new and fraeo. Wilt. lor verm. .. ' ' ' r. aa mm a m ...,.. .a-4(jriiV I I TAYLOR & SON, . Cen'l Agents, BRATTLEBORO. VT. Boer. Will continue th. SlroRaT I.. The British war olllee has received the following despatch from Lord Kitchen er, dated at Pretoria Sunday : "Drlarey iihs issueu a counter proclamation warn nig all lioers against my latest procla mation. and declaring that thev will continue the struggle. SHAMROCK CAPTAIN LAST YKAR SOLD Ol'T. An A.tonl.hlnc Statement 1. Credited to 11 r '1 noma. Llpton Con. Id. ration of C3O0 Said to Have lurluenc.d Slia rock'e Skipper. The Hon B V Wade. ex-United Stales marshal for this district, was a fellow -iiassen. ger of sir l.lionias Linton on his recent trip io mi couiiu v, anu lue two oecaiue ijuite well ac(uainted. Mr Wade said in an inter- lew w ita tlie Toledo. O.. Cour er Jnurnal Sundav: f sir Thomas is a true sportsman. lie Is more of tbe American than Knulishiuan. He told me that this race, Including the building of tbe boat, would cost him 1.(100 OuO. He Innks be is L'oinir to win this triD. but if he does not he Is going to try aijaia with a still uetter one. He told me one tliinir that I had not hoard before. Bessy, bis own captain sold him out In the last race for i:ioo. He made no secret of this assertion, but told it freely to several of us. I -He said he hud a crew of (M men on his steam vacnt hrin and about M on Ihe Sli:nu rocii. i lie raiiK ami tne nie nf Knglih ieo- pie, t pn uer. no not want nun to win, but mg l-.iln nril is with him heart and sou and so are all tbe patriotic neotde over there. One reason, he savs, whv be would like to in the cup is that it would irive tbe A inert cans an opportunity of finding out how really uospuauic lue r.ugnsn are- Better Water For Keene. After years of long stiflerinif from an insufficient pure watet sunnlv. the citizens of Keene are at lenjtli to hive an Increase of the excellent Konricg DrooK supply from Woodward nonri ainpie ior an orainarj' purposes, with he old Goose pond sunnlv from the vt oodward pond source, on the average but when the semi-annual olleosive mells arise from the Goose pond water much of the better water Is eontami-iat- ed by the circulation in the miion. Re eaten anBiysis oi tne uno'n uond water have failed to reveal qualities injurious to health, but t vice a yearohv nsive odors rise, and much prejudice has arisen ver its coDsuoiption for dooiestu-ate urposes. J be mayor and the joint standing ommuiee on water worKS and sewers, acting on the authority recently granted by the city councils, have jur-t com pleted tne purchase of several tracts of land bordering on Woodward pond, which now gives the city ownership of all the land surrounding this source, as well as a site for a new distributing res ervoir on Beech hill, st a total expenss off'tS25. The level of the pond will be raised, and a new pipe lire will doubt less ha7e to be h.id. The newdistributing reservoir plauned will have a canacitv of 3,000,000 gallons, or about three times the amount of the daily consumntion. and will give considerable additional bead, thus improving the Are protection and forcing back the Gooie pond fup- piy. Cards have been received by friends ere announcieir the marrimn of uim Elizabeth A DeForrest of St Paul, Mine formerly of this nlaee. .nil John A MacKinnon, a former em. Reformer office, wbioh 0 1st I'd 111 this penning it 7 :30 o'clock, to be followed bv a reception at their home, 975 Euclid street. Ob as J returrei ....uiur-., r l lun, iruui H V1S1I at his former home in Pittsfjelil, Mass. Mies Ssdie Turner is visiting in Tk.lr Secret I. tint. All Saditville, Ky. was curious to Icarn tbe cause of the vast improve ment lo tbe health of Mrs S P Whitaker, who had for long time endured untold suffering frtm chronic bronchial troub le. "It's al. due to Dr King's New Dis covery," writes her husband. "It com pletely cured ber and also cured our lit tle grar d-daugiiter of severe attack of Vt hooping Cough." It positively cures Coughs, Colds. Grippe, Bronchitis, all Throat and Lung; Troubles. Guar anteed bottles 50z and 81. Trial bottles free at Uolden's drug (tore. I Summering;. Miss Emma Greee and Miss Marion Rice, Howard Rice and Mis. Amv Jones will return tomorrow from Vork Beach. Mrs Dr A nst ice of Philadel phia is at Mrs H F Houghton's. - L K Pierce and wife of New Vnrlr. F H Greene of Washington, I) C, Mrs A (J Jones and Mrs L M Woidm en nf bprmgheld, Mas9, are new eummerers at the Brooks House Mrs L M Chan dler and daughter left Saturday for i stay of three or four weeks at Somer- ville, Mass. Mrs m M Miller and Miss Susie Hsnrabun left this mornini? far a week at Montreal to be followed bv several weeks at tbe Wuittj Monntiins. Clarence Miller also loft fo the White Mountains. Cant W Davis, postal clerk on the Sarrow Gauge, is expected home to ight from a 1j days' vacation with is son on Cape Cod. Mr and Sirs ,erry Warren and Mi.-s Delia Kessen- eu are visitiog in Maine. A E Woods returned Saturday from t0 WBPks' outirg at O d Orchard. Me, and Westbrook, Conn. GLYNN'S DYSENTERY TABLETS Contain no Opium or oilier harmful drug. Curca all forms of Hnentcrr. lllarrhipi. num. mer Complaint cilplnfrand colic pains l.MME HIATKLV, and do not con.ttoate or produce ever out remove all Inflammation mnii trvr and leave you In natural condition. Are eepec- nw ior ine cuiiuren. .te bos at all dealer or by mall. I had a severe case of anumer cnmulalnt this mouth and It continued forte, daye. J t ied everal remeitlet, Ont they did me no food. I nnallv rot a box of ujv-en't r.ntirv Tu.ta and lour of ibera entirely cured me." Bellow. Falls, Vt., A u. il, isoti. Angn.t Ambllna-s. Miller and Avalnn Conve-st Saturday from their Ii trip in tbe north part of the elite. A R Harris and family returned Sat urday night from Sbusan, X V. Miss Mabel Sbumway left Siturdav for a month's stiy iu KichmoDd. O F Biistinn returned Friday from a visit s. ir in Orirge, Mass. -Mrs J K Hitrlev will return Thursday from her vacation of seteral weeks spent at her forruetr ho-na in northern Vermont. J C Sullivan and wife returned Saturday from a visit at the litter's bnme in Burlington. Beatty S Balestier and wife returred Friday from Boston. Mrs C C Turner returned FridBv from a visit in West- port. N H. Cbas Lawyer returred Friday from Boston. Mi Liecom has returned from her visit in Boston.- Miss Adeliza Wood is visit- ng Miss Avers in Petsrsham for Several Tooths. Mrsi Nora Ksnnev returned Saturdav night from Lycominiz. N V. with her children wbo have been there for several weeks. Mrs F J Hmlev left yesterday for a visit at Fitchburg, Mass. L 8 Wilbur left Friday for a week or 10 days' vacation in Spring field, Msss, and other places. Mrs J Ward left yesterday to snend thereat of the week at Spriegfield, Miss. Mrs Louise Hurnpstone and Mr Bemeot weot to Aletead. N II. Tues day to visit Arthur Putnam's Nmily. Mrs Archie Mellen and daughter Annie left Friday for a visit t Kirdge, IM H. Miss Bessie Cain returns today from a two weeks' visit with friends in Boston and Magnolia. Mies Nellie Haigerty of Boston comes today for a visit with her cousin. Mrs Katherine Coleman. Miss Marion Knight liaves Tbu-sdsy for a visit is Orange anrl Fitchburg. Misss Blanche and Edith Phnnenf are visiting in Boston. MiBses Mabel Taft and Lelia Knapp went to Clare mont and West Hartford Naturdav. Mrs John Dudley and son Edward left tnrisy fir a to weeks' eisit in Mt : Holly. Uscsr Smith and wife, Henrv B Allen, wife and daughter Marjoii start t imorro for a week in lierjring. : ton, I roy ird Albany. Fred Stoi.e and Arfi'ir LsHaight went to Xorth aipt in Stturdav for a wek. Mr9 Murphy and tvo children left yesterday for a visit in Sherlirooke, . Cao. Mrs Thos Foley and two chil dren returned Sst-irdty from a visit io Claremont. N II. WALTER B. MannfeoturlDr rharmarUt, GLYXX. Baxtoni River, Vt. 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