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A mm 'J " 1$ riC mm ZTTZ .2..KI IP WOT PAID IN ADVANCE. "let all the end, thou aimc.l at be thy Country'., thy Uud' and Truth-.. T1IKKK CENTS I'JCIt COI'V. jl,5 A r-1' w i - ' '" ''' . ii 'LUME XXVI. BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1901. NUMBER 11, . .. - . . ir ii . I A .ULIIKhT A. LAKBABKK, ...... a iH'iPtii irlri fi.r ireiieral "r. r uV i twf.-u u.iW ana 7.30 p. m. lltf W. II. AI.KX-'10-St -"77r7r7i4n' cords won.! Cut. Apply to U K. W. itlU KM A8TKK, I' . No. Lcverett. MU89. I! ' ' Z . . iy . ..nml f n 1-111 lllltlll 1.U I.C t UJ'' Ciillford. VI. Ur i NTr;ul in iimoi.ii. ij - is r.'"tn Ih'U.-c, limit about live years, ....nil' Tiil Is one of the cozy little llomoB ''I t ... u iiirrr wnmlnir R e.onvp.n. l .1' . ' , hlw;VTT A. (!IV ,r 4 Yl KD 1 1 u -.-s. '..'"'". V .mm-4 rcgiilarlv, the .lay It Is printed, to .iVinihir relative in a dli-tunt Slate? If so le'iivc.n iu'jI'tiiK irtiUlon for you that will ,ive jnout-y. ,TTATr'l . ni.'in to work anil live on our ly iiirn'i. W. K. lib iiakhsos & Co. 1 tf tTANTKI-Waiihlnit to ilo at home. Mas. U sim", ii Forest street, ground floor. II uol ...l.t,.,...u to lH. K. K. .1 Oil N'HTON'. S " Fit'-I St., ami lie will come to your real (e'aii'l remove your teeth miis pain. 52-tf. It will pay you. h m A-.im of carriage or sleigh palntlntr, to n i ii corner o So. Main ami Canal St. or Slock- 'limine, first filas. work. O. 11. Kamsev. ) WOOL. tiANTED-W W Hiehest Market Price Paid. E. H. DAVENPORT, ... West Brattleboro, Yt. THE PROFESSIONS. DR. GEO. 14. riijfMcinu ami Sureoon. Orlice anrt resilience sk m 5irett. Surv-erv, In all Its branches, a Li'aiiy. otlice liolifs: until 10 a. in., I to 4.30 n m'.,'i' 3i los evening. leleyhone "Urooks House." 2tf ran HTHU JIT. D. DK . Pentlet. f ' Siirihiii'lil, Mass., TUursdays. Fridays lei saiunlays. mrnv i- uiirifflTK Attorneys at l.aw- J Prii tt. e In state and Federal Courts Ver-tinr,t,Masii-hiisi'ti8, Sew Hampshire and Sew Vurt. liaml 14 L'llery Hulldlng. 4-tt D K. II. L. WATERMAN. 41 Billot St. flic Hi-lire: li.so to 2 30 & ti to o v. si. Of. 4tf w ATKH.MAN & MARTISf, Attorney, at Lsw, Bank mock, lirauieooro, . DE.NTISTK V In all Us branches. Teeth ex. traded without pain. K. It. Kinkead. I). J.5..S.J Main Sireet. ' ri f. iintnKii, n. i. s., union mooit, W. ot'T Greene's drug store, Brattleboro, Vt. TAMES lOXI.AXD, M. D., Physician and ll Surirpon, i.rattlelioro, Vt. Ofllce in Crosby fcook. Ktfl.lcn.e, No. 3 Walnut St. Ofllce I0'j from t to 9 a.-m., 1 :30 to 3, and 7 to 9 p. m. PKKO H. I'l.NGKKK, Attoi ney and Coun T selur ,u Law, Solicitor and Master In Cban :rv. Collections promptly made. Chester, Vt. DK K. It. LYNCH, ofllce and residence 40 Kuli.t St., ISrattlcboro, Vt. OlUce hours T to li 2. ai 1 to 3 and 7 to p. in. fli-.nu h'.ll. ll. (ilillllAM. M. D. tVhltner telicltothedescHse. othe Kye, Ear, Throat, uiVjre. OlUce hours, :3ft-12i 1 p. m .-4, Tuea. lays ami Fridays only. Bcmalnder of week at ..ows r;;iie G1 fOHN K. (IALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford, j .eroionl, i-ioiuir R. P. O. PETTKK, Dentist, Crosby ' Block. Over Hoiden'. druK store. w4tf n S. PRATT. M. D.. 18 North Main street, Brattleboro. Office hour, until rn.j l-2 p. m.; 6:30 to8 p 41tf FREMONT HAMILTON, M. D. Offle sod Residence, No, 84 North Main Street. Horn until S a. m.j 1 to 2.30 and early evening "ii ou-iuays, i to a u. m. Aeiepuuuw v,... iy BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sells Everything. Address Ryihcr Itlock, Brattleboro, Vt. CARL F. CAIN, TAILOR. Atoms and Repairing of Ladles' and Jim's (iarments. Clean1ng and press in?. Authorl?...! Aoonf T.n.n.ln'B Dvfi Co.. lo Wilder- Improved Coat Hangers. "7 Main St. - Brattleboro Wanted Immediately A'li-t .mcr for a Beautiful Home In West Kaitltlmro. Hiiune, Ijarn and two acres of Mil. only a few minutes from end of electric ' lint. liuiiniiii! water, house ulated. blind ! n0 4-lijlit windows, piazza. &e. This can 'iiu-ht riirht. or exchanired tor tenement Vrirty In Brattlvlioro. ""-tl s. v. EIJOETT A CO., Agents. TIXXJJSJS. W pall attnntlun fn Olir new .nil Jl'ifte llncof the lr. Karlck Pnnimsitt , r". t:., Krn pad in the n arket fool, dur 'ma.wa. in place, skiiifullv tilled ami - ' i,r.u. r.. u ivr-t.c, ouir ...v,... 4.'.-t Sadawga Springs nn ix.ii i, vt. Hold Open May 151h, 1901. rlr-.i ..n,i ml, nr.tR. iood lv rV i .Ion. uuestewlll be met at the " iore connection, lutes reasonable. CEO. ft. WHIPPLE, Prop. c. a. ruouTV, tciinary Surgeon. t,:' th Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto, imtario, Canaila. ' 'n-es of all iloine-tic animals, "iirjirry a jiecialty. v 1 'JSL t at G. B. IViiite's StaUle. rpo UKNT. Tenement four rooms, ;i Flat . street. I tf TO UKNT KooniB and ofliccs In Cilery llulldlnir. steam heat. Also four Honrs with power in annex. 4t( rpo ItKNT-Tenement lour rooms, 15 drove A street. att T RKNIT six ro im Tenement, all one floor, liunnlng water, moderi., 10. lOl tf S. W. K 1)G KTT . CO. tWERCAATILK. CLAPP 4k. JOXKS, Hooks, Stationery, Fancy Uoods. Pictures and Framing. 1-yl BAKKOU'S A. CO., wholesale mill retail dealers in Coals of all kinds. Office No. ii Main Street. Brattleboro !'2y1 INSUItANCK. C. P. K. JENNH, Successor to Sherman St Jenne, INSUn ART033 . ESTABLI8IIKU IN 1S67. Klre, Mutual Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Em ployers Liability, Elevator, Hartford steam Boiler, Tornado. Indemnity and Surety Bonds North German Llovd S. S. Co. 1711-tufr TRADES. Bit ATTLF. BOKO C17STM LAt'NDKY, 54 Elliot St., Hoods called for and deilv. ered. I.aee curtains a sneclaltv. Telephone conuectlun. i7yl BRATTLEBORO (leaning Works, Proprietor ST KADI CARPET 8 Flat St, E. H.TnoDias, 3Jylfr Jtiiii vvMtiDii . v niiur, ty iiici Itlock, up one flight. Cleansing, llepalrlnjt and Preestnn: done at bhort notice. Hwlv W M. JALOUS, Horse 8hoelliK and Jobbing. Canal St. 33yl G II. HALL. Carucnter and Slater. Deal er 1n slate. 26 Clark street. 2Mf A POINTER A Physician remained nil night at the home of Mr. 1'atrick Barry in Leverett, Mass., at tending a sick child. At four o'clock in the morning he gent Mr. Barry, ns a last resort, to Montague, sis miles, for a bottle of TOILETINE. The child lived. Who gets the credit for it ': Moral: Try Tolletlne first ? B. F. MINER. Rich aht V. I.kRoy, Agent, Jacksonville. A. H. Lv.nhk, tireen River. (fJirThe linest line of i'iitvoring Extracts on earth. ARTHUR H.H. LEWIS, U.S. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Western Veterinary College, Kansas City, Mo, Surgery In all its Branches. Office at C. S. STOCKWEI.L'S STABLE. Telephone. ,w -i Bear Cr )by Bloi k, JULIUS C. TIMSON. REAL ESTATE AGENT ft AUCTIONEEI! Satisfaction Guaranteed. IS Union Block, Claremont, N.H. Established 18. Long Dls. Telephone. Horses For Sale ! Just Arrived This D:iy. Monday, Juno 10th. Full Carload of Horses, Come mid see them. Large matched pairs and fingle workers and drivers anions them. I have thlrty-tive horses to select from. At Xo. 80 Elliot street. G. E. GILMAN, Proprietor. Brattleboro, June 10, l'.KH. 01-tf 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 nee what we have. Farms, village property, any thing on earth. S. W. Edoett & Co. !i6tf Just a Gem ! wortihem Smooth lields. nice pastures. 1M feci of timber. Good, ftrona, deep loam, lhls Srmihould bring i.Vi. but to close U out. we will take 7". Come "' ! ,er X not And it as we ret.resent In eyerv partlcu lar, we will l.av your fare here and back. i.ti u"ck- '"!'"ulMro' TTTE ARE BUVIXG WOOL W AV. F. Kicii.vkdsox i Co. May 1-S M-4f Do You Send .y;Nf m Twe candolt wetter and ctieaM-r Fl vn 1,' MmD?.llrect from theotth-e. and at ,';. S! y will Bet it while It li new d lresh. Wiite tor leroifc. Have Made The Standard ffiesci'A Glenwood BakeM C EMERSON & SON, BRATTLEBORO, VT. J FOR SALIC. noH SALE-Concord Waeons; from fib to t'A). 1. 1. W illiams, liiattieiioro, i. lltf FTIOlt 8ALK Good cheap horse, good driver P Al.llKItT A. l.AUUAHKK. ll-lt West flallltlx, Vt. TjOR S tl.K Surry wagon, In good running U order and light: also a concoru wagon, a G. Bakhk, 2A Blrge St. 61 f IjOH SALE encap l ane s rotary bed ; planer, Sixl2. Also -Ji ltich nu.r. planer, relitted good as new. Also heavy mill pulleys and blinding. L. II. Sti.li.man. ts-U ITIOH NLK Guod work horse; weighs li"1 j pounds. W. F. MCHAHDSO.N .V CO. ttf IHR SA LK Two eecorul hand ladles' blcy J t ies In good order. 25 Blrge St. 104-tl JOK SAI.K-A second hand Chlckcrlng Pi ano. Modern. Urst clais iMindltlon. nearly as good as new. Will bo sold for less than one third Us cost. Addres. Box 6H, Brattleboro, Vt 7-tf FOR MA LK An Ideal Cash Register; new and In perfect condition. A bargain. Ad dress "1," care Reformer. 73. if FOR 8ALK-Chcap Second hand SO II. P. Upright Marine Knirtne 14x14 cylinder, 66 driving pulley. A II In good order. John Taft, West Duuinie'rsion. 43lf STKAM SAW AND HHINGLK MILL For Sale. Ample power; near Station; plentv of Umber: no other mill In vicinity, of fered' at a very low price. Address Box 42i, Keene, N, H. if-tufr FOR SALE. One rablnct work bench ; one t rlarlnctf ; one breach loaaiuir double shot kud; one Bmaii or fran, kooU a new; one buriu niarhlue ami hugera. All In good oricr. H. I!. Nohcross, No. I Church Place. 9tt GLYNN'S DYSENTERY TABLETS Contain no Opium or other harmful drug. Cures all fonnsiit liysenterv, Klnrrlnea, Sum mer fninphiliit. griping and colic pains l.MME I'l ATEI.V, and Si not constlnate or produce fever but removu all Inflammation and lever and leave vou In natural condition. Are cspec laily good for therhlldreii. i.-,e a box ai all dealers or by mall. "1 had a severe -nse of summer complaint this mouth and It combined for ten days. I tiled several remedies, but they did me no good. I finally got a box Glvrn's Dysentery Tab.ets and lour of lliem entirely cured me." WILLIAM II. TAVLOIt. Bellows Falls, Vt., Aug. 21, lmn. WALTHU K. GLYNX. Mannfa.'turlng Phirmaclst, Saxtons ltlver, Vt. USi-tt For Sale. I! EST G II DC E It I E S . oi an sinus. Special 3 lln. Cherry Prunes lor 2"c. Blue berries and other fruits. Telephone call 41-1. s'.l.tf .1. K. UI'HHSKLL, .'0 Flat St. FARMS FOR SALE. If you want to trade for a farm or other real estate, or If you have any to seii let me hear from you. .r,'tf J. A. MILLER, East Hummerston, Vt. For Snlo. One new two-story House on Pleasant St., ten rooms, Croweil water to house and connected with sewer. Land itf feet front, 1 12 feet back Also some good lots to build oil and some other iiood property for sal-. Call and see property. Must be sold. C. W. WARD. 12 Pleasant St. M tf Brattleboro, Vt FOR SALE. To Close, at Bargilns, Three New Concord Wagons, one second hand Concord Wagon. Good Wagon, Small money. iUt N. N. Wii.son, Flat Street. PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION Having sold my fsrm, 1 will sell to the hlghCFt bidder, on Thursday, September Oth, AT GILMAN'S YARD, ELLIOT STREET. - M1RATTI.KBORO, VT. Sale commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. The following property : One pair brown nitre, s'x years old, halt sis. ters, weight "o Ibi. This team I purch.ed last spring. They are One workers, good driv ers, sound and ready for hard work. me gray horse, weight 12X1 Iba., good worker, safe for aii aged ptrsou. one nay horse and ote bay mare, good work team, weight 2im. A good cheap team. Two pairs heavy wotk harness, lit lor lumber ramp. one nice exrs, luntss, one single drlv. lug l nrn. FS. COM 0V4tlia tl yer. and llss been used Ion little, one pair llgnt drl dug harns, In good condition, 1,4, lvl good whips. FARMING TOOLS AND WAGONS. out pod two hore waiton, one nt-arly tew ' oxnrftiH Wiiiron.niu' currvor ii M-au:-! fit rmttv ; In no it order, wt n( wtu-eU, r-lurli1 truvurM! sled, atone dratf, Jmrse r.tbt;. cii.rl hletrh.yrlnd t-ttnie, hay rakt-'ei, i-huvelo, brk, turn b.u, ni ' Rood lilW. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. j T-0 chamber sets, refrigerator, parlor stove, rook stove with utensils, luonte churn, ipiantltv of t lia're. dining table, n.aun escs, creami r. A ! gallon can. u Ilk pans and palls, and a quantity ' of oilier property. Remember this will all be .old as I am to leave I the stale at once mid cannot take the property with me. F. W. SPENCER. Braltkboio, Vt'., Sept 2, !'. d. li lt LABOR DAY CLOSED AM. DA V MONDAY. We Carry a Full Line of Kennedy "s Wafers in hulk, such as Champagne, Athena, Komona, Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon. In the Fruit Line We are oflering Connecticut and Delaw are Teaches, Plums, Native Melons, Florida Pine apples 20e: Clapp's Favorite Tear $1.00 per bushel. New invoice of Native Onions ,'iOc per peck, Large Spanish Onions 7c lb. Special for Saturday: 8 lbs. No. 1 Sweet Potatoes 25c. A. F. ROBERTS & CO. 81 Main Street. Cabinet Work Furniture Repairing, Glazinir. All kinds or Saws Cuinmcd and Filed. Door Bolls. Can put you in an Electric or Me chanical Electric Door l'ell. HARDWARE SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH, DON A. WILDER. 40 Elliot St. Kodo! Dyspepsia Cure 'Dlflcsts whil i'oa eat NEXT WEEK! PEACHES FOR CANNING. - ALSO- FRUIT JARS AND Spices of all Kinds. J. E. GLEASON. Elliot sr. f (reasons fok lnsibaxtk) Whv neglect insurance of the life which must fail, while insuring the house which will not necessarily burn? Neglect of the sure and great er loss is at the rik of the family. Endowment insurance provides for you and for them. (Correspondence Solicited.) lliJaffili i TAYLOR & SON, Cen'l Agents, BRATTLEBORO. VT. In First of Race, to Select Defender Shamrock at Same Time. make. Splen did Show Lawson Hons I'p Again. The second official trial race of the folmntiia ant) the Constitution tiff Newport, li 1, jestortlay, had punti cilly uo result. The yaohts. f:ir lar-k of wind, woro utatda to finish within tho time limit of Di.j hours. At ir.'M) last, evening ttio cotitest came to an inglorious couclusion. two milos to the. uHEtaard of Hrt-ntotrs Keef liht ship. At that t i in b the ColutiiLia led iiy a good quarter of u mile. '1'lie Coliimbiu, splendidly linndletl, Saturday heat the Constitution four minutes and 1!) fi-eiinds. torrecttd time, over a course of l.i milt s to windward and hack oil Newpoit, K I, in the lirst of tin" trial races to select tlie cup tie. fender. The defeat was decisive. The Constitution got the worst of the start because her skipper was outgener aled and outclassed, hut this accounts fur only a few seconds of the three min utes and over. Shamrock II showed her hest speed Saturday in two trials Inside the Hook, lu a breeze ranK'un: from into in knots an hour the made from l:i 11 to 14 1-2 knots. Between two Ijuovs she was tiued, at one time at oyer I'i miles an hour. If she is as much faster and bet ter than tlie former challenger as her appearance and performance indicate, ami our new defender is no better than the old one. if as good, there is ground for apprehension. The situation auain brings forward Tlios W I.awson ot Huston, the builder of the Independence. Mr I.awsor. is so confident that the Independence is the best boat that I e oilers to forfeit i?HK).iHi0 lo charity if she cannot beat the challenger and the de fenders, either separately or together And he will hold and keep her iu readi ness to race on the ""lightest inkling" that she will he permitted to enter as a candidate for the defense ol the cup. lie will do anything to seu e a chance for his boat, "except to give her away fee simple." BLLTAN APPEAL IUK ASSISTANCE A.k. Urrmany to Ralp Him Out of Troubl. Councillor of Prenen Embassy Lavc. llarlior for a Day Willi Vaulru. Itath.r Than Offer ludlgulty to Port. Paris, Sept 22 -It is rumored tonight that a naval division will bo ordered to Turkish waters tomorrow. Munir Hey, the Turkish Bmhasaadnr. who is now in Switzerland, will only return to 1'aiis against the wishes of the French governt'ent unless! tlie dispi'te is settled. The crisis grows hourly more intense. Ccnstantitinple, ept 2. The report that the sultan .has appealed to tiennany to use its Inthieiiee lo settle the dispute between Fram e and Turkey was to day continued. (iermativ.it i- understood, will advise the poite to settle with France af im as possible M Bapst. councillor for the Kn neb einbissy. took the iruanMiip Yautrur on an cnir-ioti into the Sea of Marmnsa today to avoid dress ing the vessel. The other warship" were dohi'.' this m reeoirnition of the annivrr-ary ot the sultan's acrc-sion to tiic throne and rillier than oiler the Turkish aovernment an open iii.ult the councillor considered it good policy to get awav from the harlmr for the day. KECOXUKNNHATlO! CAMPS KNO. Boer rrlionrr. In lie Deported to tiarrl .oii Town, on tha Con.t Cap Town, Sept 2 -The military admitistration hue determined, if is said, tn deport all Hoers in the recon centratinr. camps, numbering upwards rf 100,(K.H) to garrisoned towns on the coast where fcocl is more readily avail able. The railroad thus relieved will proliablv sullii:e to supply fond for the population rf .ohuannosliurg. which is as large as befoio the war. thus per fitting tbe reopening of all the mines Pill Sense. It stands to reason that Dr Agnew'a Little Liver Bills will crowd out of the market manv of the nauseous old-timers. A better medicine at less than half the price is all the argument needed to keep the demand what it has been phenomenal 40 doses Id cents. Thev cure Sick Headache. Biliousness, and allav all stomach irritations. lort pills in "o-ceiit size. II Sold bv Oeo K (ileene and F 11 Hoiden & Co, Urattleboro, Vt. GOV SHAW SiOT A CASDIOATK. Iowa'. Chief K.erutlv. Ha,. II. I. Not In Pre.l.lental Kaee. Pes Moines. Iowa. Sep 2. (iov Leslie M Shaw arrived here this afternoon. With re gard to the interview with Senator Dolliver. in which it was stated that the Governor would be a eanadiate for President in l!lo4, he said : No. I am not a candidate. The ISenator Dolliver Interview was as unexpected as it was kind. I like business lietter thin politics and the two will uot mix. I shall bt slow to break awav from mv previous intention for politics. It is to earlv to decide and too early to talk about It. The ope thing to lie con sidered now is the campaign upon which we are entering." PHILIPPINE SIKMBEKS OF THE COMMISSION Inmniirat'il Ve.terday at the I'alaea Mttlnr orcmonle. f.r the Occasion. Manila. Sept 2. There were appropriate ceremonies in the pahu-e this morning at the inauguration of Dr Pardu de Tavera and Benito l.egardo a member, of tlie Philip pine commission, .lose l.tmiriaga. the other Filipino inemlier, mas unable to take I he oath owing to illness. Civil Governor Taft said today that the eereiiwnv did not fully complete the govern ment the president intended forming, but sufficient ha been done to show the nature of the policy to I followed. Cate. Knlercil at Orecnfleld. Thn f -tlL.tL'imr entries for the fillt.0 . . i- . .: r r rourt were niane at mn iniice in courts it. (jrepr.tieia yesteraay: Orange Savicgs Lank uues Flora I i'timpson rf Northfteld. in an action of contiact. for SiMOO. to recover on not-, of r?!i4 ; Koebester mai'hiceand tool works, liniite'. sues Clinton A Hawkins of f 'halretnont and H C Haskell of Kast lleerfiel.i. in ao action of eon tract, for 20Ui. to reeover a note of $2S5 ni protest fees of 1.52: I 1 : . . r c.AB It',.fl1r I d vspUIDe Oll'un Ul l." ,riri . . d . . . J W l'ratt vt Shutetiury, in an action I ef contract, for f-VKi, to rciver 0 j 50 j for labor and services performed. ritd the AS TO WEST 1MVKR DAM. AX K.MKItPltlSK Of LA HO K IMPOK TASCK TO I.VIlL'XTItl AL BttATI I.KBOUO. A il5,0U0 Int eitiiient Sure to Take Care of ll.elffrom Kieet.le LiEhtIng Alone With Margin of f,000 to ail.',, 0(10 a Year tor " Profit And Other ami Sitlll lllggtr Thing, lo Which II. Hliecemi May He Kip.eted lo Lead. The Gaslight company had a meeting yestesclay to consider the West liiver Dam project. Tbe guarantcd stock, 81.",K)0 nith which to Imild the dam equip it electrically and run the wires tn the village has been offered to tlie stockholders. There can hardly be a (iiesti(in that 'tho stock will he taken, for to the Gaslight Co it is a tjuestion between burning coal and harnessing and using tbe power which God'provkles f ree.Hnd to the users of the powei'j tnd the industrial developement of Urattleboro it is a matter of a good deal of import ance. List year the Gaslight On's bill for coal used at its electric light si at ion was $ti(i0 and there is no prospect of its heirg any less, hut nn the contrary the tendency of till price of to 1 is constantly upward. I lie c al bill aloro would pay the interest, and depreciation ot the investment, incluning in the latter item nil risk, ahicli is vpry slight with a dam properly built, as this tnn be on n solid rock foundation and with r.ick at boti sides. But besides what the company uses there will be according fj the report of the e"gineers silliicent to insure the investment there is ao .iuOO annual iroima in sight a pretty fair per cent on 1.").000 or ")0,000 investmrt. Still bettr for the town, when thisrroject is arrived through and rode a deinonst rateil suceess. thers will then be courage for tho damming rf th Connect ieuf and the development of some 20,000 H 1', which is sure when done to moke Urattleboro a gre,t industrial center but which there has never yet been local courage enough to undertake beci'iae it is so big an enterprise, though it hss bepn under discussion for .'10 years with repeated surveys The West Kiver eoterpriso will be ia no av an impediment to the greater one hut a help and a stimulus. Iu (act it is a sin against nature for a tovn located us we are in a basin of hills pouring down socli vast amounts of power in these to streams to let either or both go to waste. The engineers'retiorts leave tioduuM of the practicability, in fa :t the splendid opportunity, tf tlie West Hirer project. The iiguifs aere taken at times nf tlie 1 iwcst water known withir. tho tteiimry rf man, in Julv, '!IS. by Mr Merrill of Springfield, Mas, and in tit winter of '!'!! by Davis of Northampton both ereineets of the highest reputation. Hoth sgree ebsely in their tii:iliogs, thit it is safe t'i estimate the evtreae low wat-r di-i' hiirg" at Still cul'ii: fret per sp-.ond, which with 153 fct head wiml l yield lltiO II 1". Deductirg tlip iwitwl 20 per cent would leave S?0 H 1'. Deduct ing again tlie loss from transmission by wire, sett e 10 per cent, would leave S00 II P. Tlie requirement for ilec tric lighting is .'iCKl II 1' so theie would certainly seem ta be abundant margin of safety when the conipiny guarantee only the investment in the 300 II 1' it. uses, and looks for its profit in .ViUO 11 1 left to sell. For investors there is besides this shoxi g on u scientific basis tne guar anty of the stock at ii per cent by the Gaslight Co, THE YF.LI.OW FFVKIi HAGl.Vti IX SKVUKAL COCXTY TOWNS. A Mining Kxp.rt Tell. Them There I. Oold In I'aylllK Q.uanlllle. In Their Hill.. II C Davis, mining prospector, has in vestigated the mines cf Ileadsboro, Whitingham, Marlboro, Dover, Wards boro, Seat shurg, Somerset, etc, and gives very encouraging reports. He finds im mense quantities of quartz in Wilming ton, Dover, Wardsboro, Somerset, and Searsburg that assay from 810 to $400 per ton and claims there is no doubt but that it will pay to work the veins in Wilmington, Wardsboro, and Somerset. The yellow fever continues to spread rapidlv In W'llniinetoi and all the sur rounding towns and it is Imped that the Deeitield valley may lealize some sub stantial benetitj from the agitation. A cat belonging to A H Tike of Strat tou, brought into the house recently a dead kitten which was a freak of nature. It had one head and two front leg, but back of the head the body divided into two well-developed bodie, one black and white, the othpr black, white and yellow. Kach body had two hind legs and a tail. DAX1SI1 WEST IXDIKOl'KS. That I.. th .lew Vllnt.trjr Will Accept (Mir Offer ol sixteen Million Kroucr fur Them. I.ond id, Sept 2 -A despatch to the News agency from Copenbgen today says the new Danish ministry bas de cided to accept, the offer of tbe United States of sixteen million kroner for the Danish West Indies, thus announcing as an accomplisbe;l fa"t what tie ties patches of tho Assoeiatsd Press said tbe ministry woulJ do. Miss. Mnbel lltiggs is spending her vacation in Lebanon, N H. Miss .lenrio Stoddard Ins returned frrm ber tisit in liuckland. Mass, and will remain witri her mother until the opening rf her school in Wstfield, Mass. Miss Kathprine Ualvin left Saturday for a visit itb Miss Nellie Mack in North Adams', Mass. Miss Kose Poyle is ttsiting frietds in New Lor don. Cone. Mrs Hermaj Merber rpturned Thurs day from her visit to her former hnoie in Newport, R l. Joeph andMratito Hrookiogton left yesterday for ;he Pan-Atterican Exposition. Moran lirady Nnptlnla. John T Grady and Mis? Mary T Moran, hoth of this place, were niarrii'd at St Michaels Koman Catholic church at s o'clock this morning, high mass be ing celebrated, Kev Fr Cunningham performing toe ceremony. The t ride's gon was of castor brown material. with white embroidered chillon trimminge, with hat to match. The bridesmaid, Miss Helen Grady, sister of the grur in, wore a dress of castor brown witn white trimmings and hat to match. William Kainc, nephew of the bride, act ed as best man, and K J Lavelle and .) F Gniheen acted as usheis. After the ceremony s wedding bronk-fa-c was served to relatives at the home of.fTKaineon Elliot street and tbe bridal couple left on the 11.10 train north for a trip to Chicago and the 1'au American exposition. They were the recipients of many pretty and useful gifts. On their return, Mr and Mrs Grudv will he at home to their friends at 122 Elliot stieet. The noirTournainent. The two days open tournament, rf Wautastiqu-t Gulf cljb closed S.ttur dsy afternoon terv successfully. There were 20 entries in all from belloas Falls. Walpele, Kesne, Grppntield. 1'titney and Urattleboro. The eight to qualify in the final round for the I awtou cup were John and Franc Flint of Hell-ins Fall', E M I'lake and Mr llissell i f Keene. C F Packatd and Mr Weishrod of GreenfielJ anu C II Thompson and .John Tasser of Urattleboro. A cup was also offered for tbe ruorer up. L D liissll of Keene, won the Lawton cup. with a score of 112. K M Blake of Keei e was third, with 113: John Taskefr of lirattleboio was fourth with IKi. Friday everiog tbe visitors were royally ectertained with supper at the HrooKs bouse folloned by a dance. A large party were present, there being .bout IF) in nil of the out-of-tottn guests. T Nelson Hdstings brought a large tally-ho load from Walpole. al9o a tlly-ho from Keene, headed by Hubert Kingsbur, there being others also from neighboricg tot:s. A luncheon was also served Saturday afternoon by tbe women of the club at-the clubhouse. A meeting of the Altar society will be held Thursday evenicg at s o'clock. The Ladies' Enterprise will meft Thursday at Mrs lora Howe's on Maple street. The regti'ar meeting of the Catholic Union will be held in the parochial school hall at s o'clock Friday evening. Mrs Minnie Perry Gtiodner of Pietre, So Dak, vsiting here was t'. guest of nonr.r at K E K Pern's Thursday evening when nine ladies who mete associated with her years ago in tbe etupl 'V of the Estey Co met her io a surprise party. Some of them Lad nut met tefora fur 20 years. The Woman's (.lull will bBve its firs! meeting lifter the summer vatu tinn Friday afternoon from 4 to 0 p m with Mrs O J Pratt at her High street home. The meeting will take i la:e the form of a tea to which both sessions are invited. Tiers will be vacation reports on music, tho jetr lioks will lie d istributen, which cm also ho obtained of Mrs D P Webster The picnic: of the Creamery patrons Thursday brought out a happy party tf over" 100 at. tbe Valley Fair grounds. President J H Stafford welcomed them after dinner which was served on tbe basket picnic plan at 1 :o0, aDd tha afternoon's exercises also included an atluress by Director ,1 C tlills of the State hxperinient Stntinn, and remarks made by C D Whitman and U W Pierce. Mr Hills discussed interesting1 v the subject of Creamery management. Summering. Iceland Carlton returned Sunday right from his summer's sea cruising. Konald Osgood ren ains for a few days with B is family at Cohaeset. Mrs Ada 8 Duwley and Mrs E S Howen left yesterday for nsty at Mt Pleasant. Geo and Lester Fairfield and Miss Nellie Perry ot Chelsea, Mass, are guests at D K Tusker's. Frank Reed and wife ara dividing their vacation between the seashore and tiernardston. Mrs Bull and daughter of Spring field, Mass, are guests at the Hol l.ruuk cottage on Ames hill, where Mr and Mrs A W CbildB of Manchester, N H, were the guests of Mr and Mrs F V Putnam. Miss Kittis Dtinlevy returned Sunday nigbt from a two weeks' visit in Bostoa and vicinity. Mrs J E Iligley reternel Thursday from a month in Kiel) mood, this state. "I had a running, itching sore oa my leg. SuffereJ tortures. Doan's Ointmeot took away the burning and itching iostaotly and quickly effected permanent cure." C W Lenhart, Howling Green, O. Are You Interested In Fire, Life, Accident, Fidelity, Steam Boiler, Plate Glass, Burglary, Elevator, Fiihlie Liability of Employers, Employers Liability, Landlord's Lialilit', Teams Liability, Automatic Sprinkler Health Insurance? 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