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tl.SO A VKAR. I'i.OO IF NOT VA.ID IN ADVANCB. "Let all the endi thou rtimcst at be tby Country'!, thy God's and Trutb'i. TI1KEK CENTS PKK COPV. VOLUME XXVI. BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT. FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1901. NUMBER 10. WAXTKD. .Ti-'n-t r to 5o ircuerni nouxeworK 10-tf 1 Apples. V. 11. I'hli, CSl uiftiiieui'iui AI.KX- l-st -TATK A middle-aged man, with no en- IV c irnl'Cr.inec, tol - llni. win iiwii wi, i,"ret.-'"C," Kcformer Oflice, lirattltboro, Vt. iuit r"1T . v tku totlcnrd wood rut. Apply to E. W. HlH'KMASTKU, ' , No. I.uverctt. Mnsa. V fiM'KU To tilrc good farm hand by the Guilford, Vt. ' l-ivninm House, built about live years, t n- rcH This Is "ii f 'he cozy little home. i ,lUr Viu.uc, and lo a parly warning a conven nil r homo, here Is a chance seldom olfered. It"1'1 1 ...... itt VMIZWT Jt I'M UfAXTKU Di) You Want The Reformer mailed regularly, the tiny It Is primed, to iriiMul it relative In a distant State? I' no ue ku i ii clubbing proposition tor you that will tttVt tliUlK'.V. V fATKU . man to work and live on mir tar in. w . r . mi hakumik x u. i 11 AY -,STKI Washings to do at home. Mrs. isiifK, -- Forest street, ground floor. lOiif CiM vmir address to DR. K. F. Joiinhton o " Krer-t St., and he will come to your real ici,i c- and remove your teeth ki;i pain, ii-lf. It will pat vou. If In .rant of carriage or Blclgh painting, to i .it corner 0 so. aiain anil tauai et. or jmock ei.'s Stable, t'lrot ela6S work. 0. 11. Itamsev WANTED WOOL. Highest Market Price Paid. E. H. DAVENPORT, West Brattleboro, Vt. 4-lf TIIK PROFKSSIOJ.H. Drs. BOtt'ES or TICKER. Dr. Ootrcn, Residence High 8t Office hours at Block : 7.30 to S A, M. li to 2 P. M. 6.30 to 8 P. H. Dr, Tucker. Office and res. Leonard Block. Office hours: Till 8.30 A. it. 130 to 3 P. M. 7 to P.M. DR. A. KNAPP, Dentist, Hooker Block, otip. Ilrooks House. Hratt eboro DR. C. 8. CLAItK, Dentist, Block, Brattleboro Whllner A I, MILLKR, M. D., Physician sna sur- eeon. Hooker Block, Brattleboro, Vt. Office dutb & mi no a, o:wio o. 0"; OKI). R. AWntCRSOtf. Physician .Main street. Surgery, In all Us branches, a specialty. ( mice hours : until 10 a. m., 1 to 2.30 u evening, ieiejwuuo m .ill m., ti.. House." ' S. GOI.DTH WAIT, D. D. 8 v. Nortliticl'l, Mass, aii'l Saiurilays. TO RKNT. To RKNT, Tenement- four rooms, a flat Street. 7 tf TO RKNT Knows and Building, si emu heat, with power In annex. oillees In I'llery Also four lloora 4tf Dentist Thursday., Fridays Kacox i, HiiDKKK. Attorneys at Law- - J iiiruee ill 1 .1 H3 nil', rcntini nort, .Mii-j-ai'liusi'ttH, New Hampshire aud New York, Handle Cilery Bui:dlug. 7ltf D"i H. 1.. WATKRMASf. 41 Elliot St. Uce Hours : li.30 to 2 30 & ii to r. u. Of 4titf WATERltlAX &. MARTIN, Attorneys at ' " Law, Bank Block, Brattietioro, vt. rK.TlSTRV In all 118 branches. Teeth ex. U ira. icl without pain. K. U. Kinkead, D, J. S 8) Main Street. H G IT RAuRVlt li ri B. ITnlon Rlm'.k over Greene's drug store, Brattleboro, Vt. JA.MKS ro.N LAND, M, D., Physician and Surgeon, nrattleboro, Vt. Office In Crosby oct. Kesluence, o. walnut at. unioe nuurs irom b to 9 a.-m., I :au to 3, anu I hi?i. ui I?HED B. PlItGKEK, Attomey and Ooun' : selor at Law, Solicitor and Master In Chan terj. Collections promptly made. Chester, Vt. TK. E. H. LYNCH, office and residence 40 u ciiiot St., iirattiehorc, vt. uuice nouro ltd Ida. m 1 to 8 and 7 toil p.m. titf-irtu RKO. II. GORIIADI. M. D. Wllltll.y " Bixk, Main Street, Brattlelioro rractlce Uttiteil to the rleseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat, IM Vncp Uril.u.hA.... s.HA-l.i. 1 n m -A Tim.. 4r and ?rlilays only. ' Bemalndor of week at IStf 0H E. GALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford, n. F. O. PF.TTEK, D.ntl.t, Cro.by " moon. Over Holden'adrug store. W4tr fj S. Pit ATT, M. D., 18 North Main street, v' Brattleboro. Office hours until $ a. m.; ' a i p. tn. ; ti :30 to 8 p 4111 pKEMONT HAMILTON, M. D. OfRc ami IleBldence, No, 84 North Main 8trcet. Hotre until s a. m. ; 1 to 2.30 and early evening 10 ' Jo; Su-days, 1 to 3 p. m. Telephone call. iy WILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sells Everything. Addrecr Kytlirr Itlock, Brattleboro, Vt. CARL F. CAIN, TAILOR. A lmtf and Repairing of Ladles' and Mil's tiariuents. ,CleaLlng and press- ii.ir. Authnrici Ai;ent for Lewando's Dye Co., ,v;:' :i -I-' Improved Coat Hangers. "7 Main St.- - Brattleboro Wanted Immediately A '-I'-binu r for a Heatitlful Home In West !f i ",r "' House, barn and two acres of " few minutes from end of electric 7 ,lr'' Hsimtttur water, bouse slated, blind- n. 4- ijht windows, plaza. Ac. This can '""W- riht. or e x.-Uanired for teneiuent IfpKrty i Knttleboro. ' s. V KlOETT A CO., Agents. U'e call attention to our new and Tr.. ' Rorlrk pn.mn.tir "... t.,i(... . . , --b,,,. ;ool. dur- In i.l.i-e. Skillfully lilted and .. E. OKKt.vt, Sole Aacnt. K ARE BUYING WOOL W. F. IJlCHARDSOX & CO. "1. stf To R KNT Tenement lour rooms, Street. S Grove Stf TO RKNT 8lx room Tenement, all one lloor. Kunulng water, modern, 10. 101-tf 8. W. KltUKTT A CO. HERCANTILK. CLAPP JONES, Books, Stationery, Fancy Goods. Pictures and Framing. lSyl BAKHOWSCCU., wliol.sal. Biid retail dealers In Coals of all kinds. Oitlce No. 83 Main Street. Brattleboro 12 y". INSURANCE. C. F. K. JENNK, Successor to Sherman A Jenne, I3SrsUnANOB. ESTABLISHED IN 1867. Fire, Mutual Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Em ployers Liability, Elevator, Hartford steam Boiler, Tornado. Indemultv and Surety Bonds North German Lloyd M. S. Co. 17tf-tufr TRADES. nHATTLEBOHO CUSTOM 1. A I NPUT Lf 54 Elliot St., Goods called for and dcllv- cred. Lace curtains connection. a specialty. Telephone 4iyi BKATTLKHOKO Cleaning Work., Proprietor STEAM CARPKT 8 Flat Si, K. It.l nomiia, 3Jylfr JOHN DVNLEVV, Custom Tailor, Kyther Block, up one lllght. Cleansing, Repairing and Pressing done at short notice. 14wlr w. H. JACOBS, Hon Shoeing and Jobbing. Canal St. 3?yl GH. HALL, Carpenter and Slater. er In slate. 2S Clark street. Deal 2tf FOR BALK. TTIOK SALK Surry wagon, In goud running AJ order and iignt ; also a concord wagon. j G. Baker, ii Blige St. IJIOR SALK encap Lane's rotary-bed ' pinner. 21x12. Also 2i-lnch buz, pinner. relltted good as new. Also heavy mill pulleys and shaltlng. L. 11. stkllhan. e-tt TTIOH SALE JL? pounds. W Good work horse; weighs 121 o F. Richardson & Co. 6lf 17ltR SA LE Two second hand indies' blcy. J cles In good order. 25 Blrge St. 104.tf second-hand Chlckerlng IM tlrst clais condition, nearly as good as new. Will be sold for less than ore. third Its cost. AddresB Box 6M, Brattleboro, Vt 07-tf IOR SALK-A alio. Modern. ITIOK SALK An Ideal Cash Register; new ' and In perfect condition. A burgain. Ad dress "1," care Reformer. 73-tf FOR 8ALK-Cheap Second hand 50 If. P. Upright Marine Engine 14x14 cylinder, t driving pulley. A II In good order. John Taft, West Dutnnierston. 43tf STEAM HAW ANU SHINGLE MILL For Sale. Ample power; near Station; plenty of timber: no other mill In vicinity, of fered at a very low price. Address Box 42, Kecne. N. 11. stf-tufr FOR SALE. One cabinet work bench ; one (t clartnctn ; one breach loading double Hhot trim; one timtll nr iran, 4root as new: one boilnu nim-hUiu ami augera. All In komI or'ter. H. IT. Nohi roks, No. 1 Church Place. 9tf For Sale. IS EST G HOC ElilKS of all kinds. Special 3 lbs. Cherry PruncB lor 'Xc. Bluo berrles and other Iritlts. Telephone call 44;i. S'.'-tf J. E. lit SI1NKLL, JO Flat St. FARMS FOR SALE. If yon want to trade for a farm or'other real estate, or If you have any to fieli let me bear from you. .V.uf J. A. MIM.EK, Kaet Dutnmerelon, Vt. 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, Harry, ns a last resort to Montague, six miles, for a bottle of TOILETIIME. The child lived. Moral : Who gets the credit for it Try Tolletlne first i B. F. MINER. RiciiAitn W. LkRoy, Agent, Jacksonville A. H. Lyndk, (ireen River. inrTiie II nest line of Flavoring Kxtrac! on catth. ARTHUR H. H. LEWIS, D.V.S. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Western Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo. Surgery In all Its Branches. Office at C. S. STOCKWELL'S STABLE. Telephone. 5S-2 Hear Crjsby Block 93.2W JULIUS C. TIMSON. HEAL ESTATE AGENT ..AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed. IB Union Block. Claremont, N. H. Established 18). Long Dls. Telephone. Horses For Sale ! Just Arrived This Day. Monday, June 10th. Full Carload of Horses, Come iiml see them. Large matched pairs and single workers and drivers among them I have thirty-live horses to select from. At Xo. sO Elllot street. G. E. GILMAN, Proprietor. Brattleboro, June in, v.m. M-tf Bed and Board Notice. My wife, Agnes Iligclow, having left n-y bed and board witnoui jui t r iw, lo forbid any one harlKiring or trusting ner on my account, as I will pay no bill; or hereon tracilng after this dale. J. . BmfcLow - Brattleboro, vt., Aug. m, - S. W. EDGETT & CO., Real Estatel Investments Now is a good time to buy a House for investment or a Home, call on us and see what we have. Farms, village property, any thing on earth. S. W. Ewktt & Co. !itf Just a Gem ! lt acre.. One story bou.e of 6ve rooms, S0 0 foot barn, 2oou sugar iree. - wort hen,.' Smooth Helds. nice Pre. im of timber. Good, strong, deep loam. Ihls fwm should bring lino, but to cl.w it out. we wlTuke ;. Come and look Hover. If you .To nS llndlta.we reprent Inj fvery partlcu- lar. we win nay ) -,S5Vr J-:o: ICMf Grange Bloi-k, Brattleboro, Vt. Do You Send nit FORMER, after reidlne It. to the 1kv or girl or relative or frlen.i at some .1'sunt Sin?' If so, we can do It better and rhe.per von bv mailing direct from the oflire, and at t oTher Ttbey will get It wane It Is w and fresh. Write for terms. For Sale. One new two. story House on Pleasant St.. ten rooms, C'rowell water to house and connected with sewer. Land l5 feet front, l:U feel back' Also some good lots to bldld on and some other good propei ty tor sale, t.au ami see property. Must be sold. C. W. WAItl). 12 Pleasant St. 4 tf llratileboro, Vt POH SAlLs-lS. To Close, at Bargains, Three New Concord Wagons, one second band Concord Wagon. Good Wagon, Small money. 8-4t N. N. Wilson. Flat Street. LABOR DAY CLOSKi) ALL DAY MONDAY. We Carry a Full Line of Kennedy's Wafers in bulk, such as Champagne, Athena, Komona, Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon. In the Fruit Line We are ottering Connecticut and Delaware l'eai hes. Plums, Native Melons, Florida Pine apples 20c; C'lapp's Favorite I'ear $1.00 per bushel. New invoice of Native Onions Hoc per peck, Large Spanish Onions 7c Hi. Special for Saturday: 8 lbs. No. I Sweet Potatoes 25c. A. F. ROBERTS & CO. 81 Main Street. Cabinet Work Furniture Repairing, Glazimr. All kinds of Saws Gummed and Filed. Door Bolls. Can put you in an Electric or Me chanical l-ilectnc Door Hell. HARDWARE SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH. DON A. WILDER. 40 Elliot St. NEXT WEEK! PEACHES FOR CANNING. - ALSO- FRUIT JARS AND Spices of all Kinds. J. E. GLEASON, Kl I.KIT ' DR. C. A. PROUTY, Veterinary Surgeon, Graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Trrats diseases of all doiue-tic animals. Surgery a Specialty. Mf Ottiee at G. B. White's Stable. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you W No Appetite. Want of appetite means bad digestion, biliousness, jaundice, foul stomach, tick lipiidactie, constipation and a general breaking down of the system. Baxter's Mandrake Bitters are guar nnteed by every druggist In the United States to cure these diseases or money refunded. Why tHke the risk of 111 health when a sure remedy is so easily procured. HoU everywhere, In liijuld or tablets, at 2 rents per bottle or box. Brooks House Pharmacy. Thomas' I'harmucy, Geo. E Greene. F. H. Holden. GLYNN'S DYSENTERY TABLETS Contain no Opium or other harmful drug. Cures all fnrms of Dysentery, Dlarrhiea, Hunt, mer Complaint griping and cclic pains I.MMK 1)1 ATKLY, and do nut constipate or product fever but remove all inflammation and fever ami leave you In natural coudltlon. Are esiitc billy irood tor the clibdriu. 4c a box atjill ilcilcrs or by niatl. "1 had a severe case of summer complaint this month and It continued for ten days. I tiled several remedies, but they .lid me no good. I tlnallv got a box of Ghru's Hysentery Tab.ets and four ol ttiem entirely cured me." WILLIAM II. TAYLOIt, Bellows Falls, Vt., Aug. 21, Mm. WALTER H. GLYNN. Manufacturing Pharmacist, Saxtuns Klver, Vt. '.is tf CRISIS IX TUBREY REACHES ACUTE STAGE DIPLOMATIC DELATIONS WITH FKA.CE KUNPEItED Sultan Dlil .Vot Keep Ills Promise He Order. 300 Cannon Ffoin Germany aud Pre parr, for War If It Come. It Mean. t4ma.li of th Kurop.an Concert Hop. fill Report Tbls Morning Constantinople, Aug :!!. The Turk ish ministry discussed the French claims yesterday. It Is believed that full sat isfaction will be given to France. J. E. It MANN. Straight Front, Box elfect Kabo No. 602 at $1.00 may not be classed with the mass ot such corsets. L T la ntinlinl Irtol J , At. IO ,llll',ll.,v xrrj. 'Z I v superior in every line to all other garments, as trial of one will amply prove. Girdles of course arc mostly used with low neck gowns, but are by no means confined, to such use, as many are worn with shirt waists, ic. We have fabO NO. 378 at $1.00 in siicn moilel, piriK. iilue nr white, anil cannot speak too high ly of its beautiful model, sterling ma terial ami pliable clasp. Kabo Corsets are rust proof. We give our pat rons tne best otic corset made. REASONS F0K INSURANCE Expenses eat up wages and sala ries. Year after year tile average man expects to build up an estate. The usual result i no pro iston or only a small one for wife and chil dren. Life Insurance does the vurk by easy payments. (Correspondence solicited.) I J TAYLOR & SON, Cen'l Agents, BRATTLEBORO. VT. The Franco-Turkish situation, which Tuesday's dispatches Indicated to have been amicably adjusted, is again in an a cute crisis. The French embassador. M Constans has left Constantinople, and the French (lug is hauled down from the embassy there while the Turkish minister at I'aris now on b vacation in Switzerland, has been ordered do: to return to that city fur the present. Ihis means that diplo matic relations are sundered and it the next step to war, though war often avoided after that has happened M Constans, who as the French, minis ter of the interior, gave Houlangerism its deathblow and who much resembles the lute JasG Blaine in personal appearnnce hits long been at work to force a settle meat of a nnmrjer of long-standing claim against Turkev which have no connec tion with each other. The Sultan promised Aug 17 to pav them, amount Ing to 12,000.000 francs, but at the end of last week he declined to pay the amount and offered a reduced sum which was refused by M Constans. who waited until Wednesday and then departed. A court chamberlain arrived at Sram boul in post haste from the Sultan, beg. ging 1 Constans to return to iherapia promising that everything would be satisfactorily settled. M Constans de clined to return, declaring that the time of promises was past. The turklsh story is that after the set'iement had been agreed upon France in addition expected the settlement of two other claims included in the de. niands made Aug 11. aud that unless thev were settled before noon todav M Constans would leave. The Porte, Instead of yielding, asked twenty-four hours' delay, and made al ternative propositions which were re. fuesd. Pr.parlng for War. Vienna, Aug 28 The Tageblatt's Constantinople correspondent says that the Sultan bis declared that tne Turkish government is ready to face a war with r ranee. The porte, tne correspondent ssvs, h ordered .'KXi Ciera an puns for the defense of Salon- ics anil other ports, and has ordered the laying of mines in the approaches to harbors, toe sultan, the ocrres roodent Bsserts, is day and night Planning defense. It is greatly feared that the rupture will have fnr-reacning consequences ami break up the concert of powers bv whicn Turkey's existence is upheld because if France succeeds in forcing her demands the other powers, which have still greater claims will proceed to an elsewhere. COMMUNICATION IS NOW KSTAULISItKO Telegrams Can aoon l. Ncnt to KkBgnay Lin. 1. For the Hlgnal Corp. but Gov eminent Will l'rrmlt Public lo Make l a. of It Great Undertaking Finished. Seattle, Aug. 2!) The laying of the government marine catile from Skaguav to Juneau was completed lost week and began operation this morning. When the missing Jink from Vancouver to Ashcroft is connected there will be direct communication from Skagwav to Seattle. This is a signal corps line, but con gress allows its use lor commercial purposes at seven cents per word. ibe establishment of this line will be greatly appreciated by the residents if the Klondike district as it gives them for the fast time communicatian with the outside word. TROUBLE I KESTl'CKV. Prescriptions. Our Prescription buines Is our special field. We have at our command an excep tionally complete stock of the best chemicals and preparations obtainable. We allow no substitution, you get just what your doctor orders and you are charged jut what it Is worth no more, no less. No fancy prices here. Huyler's Candies at C. F. THOMAS' Druggist. Union Miner. Armlsx and Trouble I. Lnok.it For. Earlington, Kv, Au?. 29 Membrs of the mine workers' union of Hopkins county have been congregating about and near Nortonville during toe past 21 hours, and information is in the hands of the county tflicials tha the loeal unions in the past few days have raised S1000 and placed it in the bands of a representative with instructions to buy guns and ammunition for use in a campaign against the non-union miners of Hopkins count;'. This cor.dition of affairs is causing mucb apprehension. All minesi in the county are running ttgulariy with full forces. Patriarch'. Militant Field Pay. The annual field day of the Patri archs Militant of the department of Vermont and New Hampshire has been arranged for Tuesday and Wed nesday, Sept 3 ard 4, and will take place at Hampton Beach, N II. Tne progriru contemplates the arrival of the party at the beach at I Tues day and provides f r instruction and drill for the officers of Cantona with a dress paraiio no the bench at 3:30. Col J C Tinoson, U S V, fill give instructions at this time. In the iveoing Patriarchs Militant degree will be exemplified in convention hall by Grard Canton Agawsro of Law rence, Mass. At U.-.TO a military ball will be given. Wednesday at 10 m there will be a competitive drill betaeen Vermont and New Hampshire Cantons for four casb prizes, and at 1 :30 in the after noon will force the conferring of the decoration cf chivalry. This will take place upon tbe attletic field. The party will leave tbe beach at 4 p m. What Talc It Tell.. If that mirror of yours shows a wretched, sallow complexion, a jaun diced look, moth patches and blotches on the skin, it's liver trouble: tut Or King's New Life Pills regulate the liver, purify the blood, give clear skin, rosy cheeks, rich complexioc. Only 25c at Ilolden's drug store. ONCE BRIGHT MINI) HIVES WAY UNDER RUM. EX-SPEAK Kit W.. A. LOUD GOES FKOM .MIL TO ASVLl'.M. Monlprller'. Abl. Lawyer ami Form.r Bank Examiner After Month, of Knor moil. Drinking and Ahu.e of Family, Ends a Wr.ck One of th. Saddest lair. Ever Told In Vermont. It Is news that will shock the state that Win A Lord of Montpelier, speaker in tne Legislature of "M, National bank examiner in this district until about two years ago, and a prominent candidate at the opening of the McKinley administra tion for the position of United States District Attorney, is now in an insane asylum at Somerville, Mass, his mind and career wrecked by rum. it seems he was arrested a few davs ago at Cam bridge for Intoxication and committed to ptil and the asylum follows. He whs a man of brilliant and attrac tive quality, the son of I!ev Ir Lord, i distinguished clergyman, and a graduate of Dartmouth. Once before dissipation had carried him low but some 10 years ago he reformed, took the Kecley cure and Montpelier took hold cordially and loyally to lift him up, making him a leader in many ways, electing him rep resentative in "M and '!! and support ing his every ambition. He was an able lawyer and rapidly acquired a good practice. liut backsliding began soice three yenis ago, and may have had something to do with his resignation of the bunk examinership, though it was more com monly attributed to humiliation over the wild and reckless conduct of a brother, and it has been known for some time that he had bean drinking heavily. At the start he had U'etl hard liquors hut since his last "illness" beginning in May, he had used onlv ale. beer and Italian sour red wine. The quantity he used was something remark able, on one occasion drinking 120 bot tles of ale In five davs. it Is believed that Mr Lord's mind has been unbalanced since last May and that the crisis came a few weeks ago when he, who had always been an indulgent husband, threatened at different times to kill his wife and her mother. Some four weeks ago Mrs Lord was severely choked by her husband and had not some of her boarders heard her strang ling nnd interfered death would have ensued. She had to keep guarded for a few days after the Incident, and upon ad vice of some friends of her husband she HRA.TTLF.BOHO SOCIETl. Mrs E V Morse, with her Sunday school class, picnicked at Crookside Park Wednesday. The Hebekahs are making plans for their harvest supper, which will be held in the near future. Brattleboro Com'v, No :i.rj2. United Order of the Golden" Cross, will hold a meeting Thursday evening, Sept 0, 7.45 o'clock, at G A K hall. The Ladies' Circle of the Uriversal ist society will bold a special meeting next Tuesday aften.oon at i o'clock at the church parlors. The regular meeting of the Brattle, boro Bird dub will be held at Linden hurst next Monday evening at 7 30. Members of the club and all others who are interested in forming an Audubon society are requested to be present. Lewis Morrison's "Faust" will be ore of the important tlieatiical atirsc tiocs in tbe near fnfure?. Scenery, eostamrs, music, electrical effects and a newly written prclngue are of tho mot els borate kind, especially prepared nt d nil cex. The meeting of St Michael's Court of Forestera Tuesday erer.ing was tireely a iiterary and 'social one. Tbe lesding feature eras a debate orer the question wtether hnrsn or steam has been most beneficial for rran. The steam Pi'lo was argued bv John Gal. vin, D S Carey art! W Anderson. Hrd the horse side bv P H Urislans. Geo IJacyeau atd X T Kyan. Tbe horse men wor. Ktfreshments and cigars were served. Fred R E Dompier and Miss Nettie Bell llnrtnn were married at the home of the bride's mother on Reed street at eight o'clock Wednesday evening, Key R F Lowe performing the ceremony, the ring service being used. Tbe rooms were very prettily decorated with ever- - green and hydrangeas. The bride was gowned in white India lawn and the bridesmaid. Miss Lulu Butler, woreoink muslin. Walter Tiinson acted as best man. After the ceremony, a recention was given to a number of friends. Mr and Mrs Dompier will make their home at 55 Elliot street. AnRiiit Ambling.. Mrs Henry Tucker is visiting her brother, DrJ C Moore, at La teport. N H. Mrs SIR Cheney and daughter Nittie are at Meriden, Conn, for a week. Miss Mary L Gtaves returned Tuesday from a mottb's vacation in biurlington. O Sbipman returned Monday from tbe Pan-Ancerican went to a friend's house to see if Mri " Uo. JMD"8"1:!", ,.K:T: Lord would not quiet down. il Tk I " "UU'U'T8 Mr Lord believed his wife had gone' a ..:n-..i. 1 ,' A. ".v., V ,A l r..l "in i nilHitus lu urtcuuiMU. ... i.H,i,,.o ii, "unuuii auu I'M" lowed Lor there, and not finding her strayed to Boston and Cambridge where he was finally arrested and placed iu lit. In fail he was kept in a padded cell, as he was so violent, and it is believed that his commitment to the asylum at Dan vers is due 'o Dr K W Page, former su- perintent of the state asvlum ut Water- bury, but now a specialise on nervous diseases in Boston Mrs I ord would have been left desti tute had it not been for her boarders. MILL BlIIVKO TO Til R OHOl .Ml IX F.AST DUM.MKKSTO.V. Proprietor Barely E.c.pe. With HI. Life at I a m I.lttl. village Hart Clox Call to H.lna Kntlrcly 8v.pt Out Cau.c Probably a Hot Box. The old Reed Bros mill at Slah Hoi- low. East 1 itiiiiinerston, and owned by Vernon (' Manlev, was burned to the ground with its contents Tuesday night. Hie property destroyed Included a cider mill, circular saw mill, planer and other machinery, ana the House of Henry I ord nearby was also burned and that of .1 Dustin Reed somewhat damaged. Only the exertions of the neighbors saved the latter from being totally de stroyed and if it had burned the prob ability is that the entire little village would have been swept out bv the flames. Mr Mauley estimates his loss, which includes a few hundred feet of lumber nt 82.000, with Jl.'iOO iusurance in the Vermont Mutual through the .Tenne agency. Mr Pond's insurance was $'M in the Taylor agency. Possibly Reed's loss iiuv reach that amount. The only theory of the origin of the tire that seems to be available is that of hot box. There had beea no fire about the place. Mr Manley had been ir. tne mm in tne evening turning out a tick for a cant hook, and had run it rap idly. He finished about 11 o'clock and being too late to go home, slept in the mill. Abcut 1 o'clock, Kirk Crosby re turning from coon hunting discovered I hat it was in flames and gave the alarm. hither this or the crackling or light of the flames aroused Mr Manley, who had barely time to escape with his life, losing part of Ins clothing. 1 The mill while owned bv the Reed ! Bros was never insured. They fold it a I few years ago to Mark Johnson and he to Manley. Hie grist null part was a very ancient trticture, probably 100 years Did. Joseph Dix, one of the town's leading men, was its owner for 40 or 50 years. Seymour Josslyn' sctl wife returned yesterday from Dracut Center, Mass, where she Has spent the last thtee weeks and he the last 10 davs. Mrs S L Sibley. Mrs Thos Winn and Frank Wallins returced Wedijeidny from Claremont camp meeting. Miss Rose Willette leaves to morrow for a visit itb relatives in Holyuke, Mass. Miss Kat'ierine O 'Con tor returned ye'terrtay from an extended visit in Hurlirgton. Mrs C A Borden returmd yesterday from a few days in Springfield. Miss Nellie Rrown returned Tuesday from a three weeks' visit in Burlington. Miss Kittie Clune leaves today for a week's f is it with relatives iu Kutlaud. Summering. Mrs E A Munsur and grand-d (tighter, Eleanor Bell, arrived last night from Lowell, Mass, for a few weeks at te Brooks house. Eruest Bemis and wife leave Sunday fo- two weeks at the Pan-Ani-rican exposition. Mrs A M Uowland has returned from Berkeley, Mass, where she has spent tte summer. Miss Emma Gregg returned last nikht from a two weeks' outing at York Beach, Me. ATTINTIOX, ISVEMOHSI E. G. sigof.ks. Patent Lawver. Washington, D. C. whose ad. appears In our columns, is an attorney of twenty -one yeais' active p-actlce anil Is well recommended to us. Ills rating will be found In Hun's and llradstreet's reports, as he owns the litrtittict Aije, He has seiit us np plleation blanks and other papers and Inventors who are Intending to apply tor patents would save time hy calling at this otlic ami getting the papers liefore presenting their application through any other source. titH RAIDED Til KM ALL. Stern Place. In rhntirSi d llav. Vl.lta lion from Officer. Pay SIO Aulece. Officers W H Butler and II H Spau'd- ing luesaav. on complaint of the select men, raided 11 Bogle, .1 A Pullen. John Connell and "Jack'' Allen at Cbestertield, finding malt liquors at each place. Simultaneously Officers J W York and assistant descended upon W K Ware, John Corkery and J II Stearns at Pine Grove Springs, finding malt liquors at tbe two former places and both a alt and hard at the latter. All eeven "settled"' in the usual wav. appearing before court and paying tiO fine and costs. Ham and Stinotnrcl f Death. Gotge Houghton was found dead Wednesday morning in the yard of Da vis' Store of West Dover, lying face downward in a mud puddle. A buttle of whiskey on his persoi was the ex planation, reinforced by an autopsy by Dr Page of Wilmington, which thoas that be smothered to deatb. Every Barrel Guaranteed OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED. t5This is the guarantee behind WASHBURN, CROSBYS Gold Medal Flour. Ask your Grocer for it. E. CROSBY & CO., Eastern Agents.