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VOL Sept. 24. 'c are now ready to ff distinctive up - to - e and yiiiter Styles in Yd' York gor-Made dies' Suits, fkets, Capes, i iitoinobile Coats, eparatc Skirts, 'edestrian Skirts, -id High-Class elties in Silk ml Wool Waists. OLF CAPES continue to be desirable and comfort- as ever. No other side srarment is in such p.stant all - the - year nd use by . those who e them. Just now we able to offer unusually d ones for the price at 95 5 8-95 95 and 10.95. THE REFORMER! BRATTLEBORO, VT.. SATUSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. I90I Special values in bbons, lomen's and liildren's Under- ear, Women's otton Underwear nd Petticoats. Special values in ankets and Comforta s. Table Damasks, ipkins. Towels, ashes and Ouilts. Women's Wrappers, nelettes and Flan tte Xi'iht Gowns. u'lties in Ladies' fear and Veilings, 'I Line Domestic ;ttOR Goods and nds. k i4r Xew Goods Every Department A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. "Something New Under the gun." All Doctors havu trior! tn miro f!A. TAKRU by the use of ponders, hoid gases, inhalors anil drugs io paste form iuoir powuers ary up tne mucous membranes causing them to crack open nd bleed. The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely nnton away the same niumbracoa that their makers nave aimed to cure, while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease. An old and experienced prac titioner who has for many years, made a close study and specialty of me treatment or UAXAKKU, bag at last perfected a Treatment which when faithfully used, not only relieves at once, but permanently cures CA TARRH, by removirg the cause, stop ping the discharges, and curing all inflammation,, it is trie only remedy known to science that actually reaches tho aHlioted parts. This wonrieriul remedy is known as "SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATAKRH CURE," and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, each uackaqe contain ing internal and external medicine sullioient for a full month's treatment and everything Decessary to its perfect JSP. 'SNUFFLES" is the onlv perfect CATARRH CURE ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and aisgutiDg disease. lit cures all ittlHin- mation quickly ard permanently and is also wonderfully quick to rulieve UAT ( BVKK or UULilJ in the UAU. CATARRH when neglebted often leads to CONSUMPTION-"SNUF- FLKS" will save yon if jou use it at oo co. it is no ordinary remedy, nut a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage if used according to tlie directions which accompany each pack age. Don't delay but serd for it at once, and write full particulars aa to your condition, and you will receive special advicefrora the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you bpyond the regu lar price of "SNUFFLKS" the GUARANTEED CATARRH CUKE." Sent nrenaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar. Address Depf, E 206 ED WIN B. GILES & COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia. THE PROFESSIONS. Urs. BO WEN & TICKEK. Or. Bowen. Roildcuco High St Otilce hours at Block : 1.30 tO 8 A, M. 1J.30 to 3 V. M. 6.30 to 8 P. M. Dr. Tucker. Office and res. Leonard Block. Office hours : Till 8.30 A. H. 130 to 8 P. M. 7 to P.M. D H. A. KtfAPP, Dentiet, Hooker Block, Opp. BrOOEB rtOU8o u euuiv D B. C. 8. CLARK, Dentist, Whlniav Block, urauieuoro j- AI. MILLER, M. A.,I-nran . eeon. Hooker Block, Krattlcooro, Vt. Office hoars 8 tills, lto 3. tt :SU to 8. I. Northfleld, Mass., Monday, 1 ucsrtav and Wednesday. WM rvn oico ll. aniuciI-OSI. Physician riK nil, and residence 88 Main Street, surgery, In all Its branches, a specialty. oraconourB: urn , ".. k. wo . - n , ii. ni., i. ;iu House." B ACfiS fc ROOKKR. Attorneys nt Law . ... iTii.ipmi Courts er- Vork. 1J and 14 Ullcry Bul ding, " ll H . I,. W A T K R M A M . 4 1 Klllot St. Of. ice hours : li.30 to 3 80 & 6 to 8 P. M. 4btt vv ATERMAN 4. MARTIN. Attorneys at Law, Bunk uiocn, m DESiTISTRY in all lis uranrn . . y. traded without pain. U, K. Kibklaii, u. -. a at U.I. Wlrel'l. j. o., oj ii.w." 1 ' ii i. r- IT RARBERi D. D. union iuv", &. "g5S 5-VdruK store, Brattleboro. V. ... oi M.n anil Reslduce. So. S Walnut St. Office riurs from 8 to a-m.. 1 :W to 3. ana v y. . a u A. aw anil Prtlin My, UOlieCUOUU yrwtyi nJfli-V.?. P-Iro-Tt." 'Offlce-hours- ." v::,. 7 to9 D.m. mf-irtu I IO 1U B Ul " aeiiows r niw rOHN B. OALB, Attorney at '-fJ "',rlor1' D Block. Over Ilolden'e drug store. w4,tf ' 1.1 vr-U Vnln ! rPftt. l to 2 :w p. m-i ISStJBASlCK. C. I". JK?""5' Successor to Sherman 4 Jenne, XJxrlSc:F-A-:I3'o:E, ESTABLISHEI If 187. ,nw Ki"ii?!llVvVw.,S?r Hartford mea North German Llovd S. 8. Co. tu" TBADES. . . .iinnnT. t-iKATTLEOORO -vil B.rcKWhone connecviuu. nnnL.AiN r:AH PET rropneiui . J . Blk, up one flight. Ch ng. " w,T tnd tTefiftin " . LOCAL CHESHIRE COUNTY, N. II. HINSDALB. Jerry Kennelly whs nrrested Weiliiefdnv nlj,'ht for clitnrlmnce of the pence umt pluidl in the lock-up. Thursday moniinjr. in the police court ho wan lined !.:!!, In defuult of which he win taken to Westmoi-eliiud. Tho Korty-hour devotion heeun nt 8. Joeph'i church Sunday luoniini; with high nia at 10:;iu o'clock. It Ih expecteil that Gov Jordan will ho present at the dedication of the town hull. Daniel Dugiran was arrested Sunday morn ing for Intoxication and disorderly conduct, lie was arraigned lipfore the police court Monday anil lined $11.00 and costs, aiuountiiii; to 812.(!2, which was paid. Earl, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Snow of Qiilncy, Mass, died at the home of .Mrs Al- miia Snnw last Wednesday of tbe litre of four years. The body was taken to (julncy for burial. Miss Kate Conway has returned to Keene, where she is employed in tho hospital Mr and Mrs M II Iliiiler.visiied in Leominster, Mass, last week (J S (ioddard has returned from his visit ill Ornnije. Mass H S Leonard is making an extended trip tlirouirh the We.t. He will ko as far as Tacoina. Wash Mrs Dessie (1 Streeter has returned from her visit in Gardner. Mass John ll'llrlen has returned to Ludlow, alter a visit will) friends here H'rank Finn of Winchester, Mass, vis ited friends in town recently. A SERIOUS CASE Of Catarrhal Dyspepsia Cured. .... VV .i.n.liiD and B. JACOUS, " ',., Jobbing. Canal St. yl G ' . .nrt siAter. Deal II. hall, ; itf . erSelaw! ii Clark .ti eet. MKKCAaTILlC. i Ioonard F. Verdery. Geo W Lane, Pcwamo, Sllcn. writes: iuiii iu,itii I'l'iicjinin iii.t i. tut. n.u.l.. f.... 1... 11. ...1.1.... .....I tit..,,., ..I, to.ilt.ln llt.it 1 mini iito.l. Vnr vmiPj 1 untlV'riil fmtll dyspepsia, at times compeliini; me to stay in bed and causing me an untold iifjouy. I am completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. In recommending "it to friends who sillier from Indigestion I always oiler to pay for it if it fails. Thus far I have never paid, Greene's drua store. Weetmorelaml. C'has W Henstis. formerly of this place, has recently been appointed siipeiinlendent of diving nt the United Stales naval station nt I'ortMiiontn Grove, I! I, wbeie he has been for the last year. This appointment comes wholly as a rc-ult of the record which llentis made in the U S navy since he entered less than live .years ago. and at the naval colleges it w munition and Newport, II 1. EJpofTnrd. The tire engine and hose cart for which the S B 11 club have worked so hard the past few years, has arrived. It is what the village have needed for ruanv years and many thanks are due the ladies for their untiring efforts to secure it. Mrs Helen Sweet Invited all the children In the village to her home last Friday afternoon. Nearly 50 accepted the Invitation In spite of the rain. Dainty refreshments were served, and the children spent a most enjoyable after noon, Itev G L Lowell and wife have returned to their borne at The Welin. -.Mrs Juliette Towne and Mr and Mrs Hallldiiy of Bellows Kails, visited at U L Hamilton's recently. lUH'T www . f ARROWS Wf.. -"dToinc. So.j lUln Sirecu lirattlewiro Just a Cem ! fee, of '"'iViriS bat to clle .t out, we ,,-, Ad crtiije Block. Brattleboro, Vt. Wt twanxey. Tbe safe In the po9t orticc was blown up late Sunday night by dynamite. The explo sion was a loud and Violent one and awaken ed so many people that the would-be burglars did not return to Investigate the results. The explosion wrecked the windows and blew open the outer door, and tore the interior of the wst-ottice almost to pieces. The safe was placed in the utiles by Denman Thompson and contained considerable money and valua ble papers. The work was evidently that of an amateur, the quantity of dynamite used beiiiK altogether too large for good results. This is the third attempt at burglary which has takeu place at the olMce within three or four years. Win Chesterfield. There was a hard frost here Wednesday night. Mrs A Tierce of Brattleboro. Mrs Dr Dwver of Spencer, Muss, and her niece. Miss Grace I Saben of Claremont. X II. picnicked on the site of the old Carey place Wednesday. Mrs Dwver being a daughter of Thomas Carey who formerly lived here. Miss Saben is a greit great granddaughter of l'crley Harris. They called on Mrs I) Colburu, Mis Helen Diirnham and H G Smith. Geo Amidon has bought the steam mill at Spott'ord. He will also move his portable mill there. Krank Davis is going to draw lumber for nim. Noriiuiu Farr uiov?s to Spoilurd this week. Penman Thompson beinn the season wllh Us 'Old Homesiead" company ' Buffalo Monday. Fair t Claremont. N H. Fourth annual Sullivan County Grange fair, Oct 1. 2 and 3. l'JOl, at Highland View Park, two miles from Claremont village and five minutes walk from Claremont Junction. Everything now indicates full exhibits in all departments. In the afternoon of the last two days there will be a baloon ascension hy Prof C C Bonnette, the last day the new and novel cannon ascension. A Mist class stage attraction has been pngaeed from tho Tranelantic Amuse ment Co of Xew York city, consisting of Adelle Pervia Ouri and Japanese as sistant, slack wire performer and globe balancer; the Zarnea trapese performers and Casselle, high wiie performer. Same stBge attractions all three days of the fair WOMEN AND JEWELS. Jewels, candy, flowers, man that is the order of a woman's preferences. Jewels form a magnet of mighty power to the average woman. Even that greatest of all jewels, health, is often ruined in the strenuous ellirts to make or save the money to purchase them. If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem, then let her fortify her self against tbe insiduous consequences of cough", colds anil bronchial affec tions by the regular use of Dr Hoschee' German Srup. It will promptly arrest consumption in it early stages and heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive tbe dread disease from the system. It is not a cure all, but it is a certain cure for coughs, colds and all hronchh! troubles. You can get Dr G Q Green's reliable remedies at Greene s drug store. Get Greene's Special Al- A Few Words about A prominent Montreal clenrjman, R"-J,mM H Dixon, Rector u Jnoes ou . Christ Church Cathedral, writes :-"Permit me to eend yon few lines to strongly recommend Pmrt DvW Paih-Kille". I have need it with atnfactioB foe thirty-e years. It ie a prepara tion which deserves foil public confluence." ..... A stirs enn for n.: I.IIais Sore Throet, raiii-Aiiiisi s LKOXARD P. VEUDERY, Hoal Estate and Heuting Agent, of Augusta, Ga., writes; "With many others I want to add my testimonial to tho wonderful good Po runa hus dono me. I have been a great BUltorer from catarrhal dyspepsia. I tried many physicians, viuiteil a good many Springs, but I bellx've Peruna has done more for mo than all of tho aliovo put together. I feel llko a new person. I have taken tho Peruna and Muiialin together and always expect to havo a bottle in my home." LEONARD F. VEHDERY.' Cmigrcs. man Dovlner of West Virginia. Congressman R. 15. Doviner, from Wheeling, West Virginia, in a letter written from Washington, D. C, says: "I Join with my colleagues la the House of Representatives In recom mending your excellent remedy, Pe runa, as a good tonic, and also an effective cure for catarrh." Catarrh assumes different phases In different seasons of the year. In the summer tho stomach and bowels suffer tho oftonest as tho seat of the trouble. Peruna cures catarrh wherever located. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the usoof Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of vour case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium, C'olu&ibus, O. Cramps, Ac. Two Slice, tsc and We. Tier la only oae Pua-Kilkr. Perry Davis.' FBANKL1N COINTY, MASS. HORTKFIKLD. Burglars Make (.mall Haul. Iiurglars gained an entrance into the general store of K J Kclley at Northttcld lues.iay night by prvlng open the front door, break idg two' locks. They went through the money drawers, securing only il in mouey. Noth ing else was taken. Prof Emerson D Fite. at one time Instruct or in the Litln department, paid a visiv w Mount Hermon on Tuesday. He iutends en tering Harvard for a post-graduate course in uisiorv. Frank Moodv of the Emerson school of or atory is at Mount Hermon visiting his brother. John F Coleman Is ill al the tiospnai. ...l rH ria 11 Utiima nt Smith DllV- burv and Mrs Thayer of Ervlng are guests of Mrs' A 1) Steams this week. ri M.,.rt.ln r:rii-p left on .iiiliii .ti:,, nini .'ii" ..i....i - Tuesday wilh the Janeway family for the hit ter's home in New llrunsw icK, J. iu -..I ni tii. tivo.v-CHrs.nlit tbiilirhtcr of l'rof and Mis Norton of Mt Hermon was held on Monuay. As no more cases of scarlet fever appeared the Centre schools reopened on .iionu.iv morning, except the kindergarten, w m-u m not open till the spring term. An Incomplete game of baseball was play ed Tuesdnv between the Overrun and the cotta"es. 'The pl.ivcrs were vi ry evenly matched, and at tlie end of the fifth inning the score stood .". to 4 in favor of t lverloun. The batteries were Leavens and Harris for Overtoun and ILuzard and McDonald for the cottuges. William Frances of Jamaica liand. vtesi ... i: I ,.. t.rni.Lwir of the 1' li Ollia- llltlirn. i I'M in. - - then literary society, attended a meeting of Ins socieiv .saiiiruay ccinuis. . :.,:i i... ii.i-rv t pvmont.i. who rep- cuiiiiiiiini'i .'.' . resented Mt Ilernion In the Hermon-Cusnlng debate two years ago. ... l. nAi. v..u i iin .fivpn the charize of training the seniors for the Held day meet. Schmel.er. lllacKtnan aim mm " i,.-.,,,... for the sprints, while Peck, Hoggett and I oud ,...,.. .l.o runs. l 1 nil expect iu rnici nit '",- - Catherwooil is athletic member for the fresh- men. REVIEW OFJHE WEEK. OLD WORLD. American Athletes Victory. Ily a score of Ii points to 3, the Harvard Yale team defcaled the Oxford-Cambridge team at Berkeley oval Wednesday. The mewl ing will probably go down in athletic annuals as the best ever seen on this side of the water. NEW WOULD. TIIHKATKNEK RAILROAD WAR. Will Be the Most Ulganlle In tills Coun try If Carried Out. A J Cassatt, president of the Pennsylvania railroad company, has demanded of George Gould to surrender the Wabash railroad sys tem and the Wheeling and Lake Kric, nt a price which will net a profit to the Goulds, under threat of cutting oil the whole of the Western I'nion telegraph lines from the en tire Pennsylvania railroad system as well as from the Vatiderbllt lines which have agreed to the deal. This is a threat that means a war greater than liny that has ever taken place in this country and Is comparable only with that of the Beech Creek anil South Pennsylvania in lSoo, which resulted In the ahandoumeut of these lines, except as built, which were swal lowed up by the Yanderbilts and the Pennsylvania. A HACK RIOT. Several Hundred Shots Fired and One Alan Killed. A race riot was started at Sotnerville. Tex, Monday night and several hundred shots were fired before the negroes broke and lied. Une negro is dead and two men are seriously wounded. D V Long was hit in the left side and will probably die. Gov Savers despatch ed troops from liienham. 11 miles from Som erville, and a large numlier of armed citizens accompanied Ihem. Tbe troops will search the woods for the rioters and more trouble may ensue. Tbe trouble arose over the em ployment of u negro brakeman by a railroad, the' road paying no attention to warnings to discharge him. A train was tired on Monday night'wlth the results noted above, the trainmen and their sympathizers returning the tire of the mob. Trolley Llue From Oreeiillsld to Korth- fleld. . . .n.l..imn frtr ttir frirmiit Ion of a street railwsv comoanv for building a trol ley line from Greenfield to Northhcld. through RernariMon, a distance altogether of IS miles, have been signed by parties in terested ill tbe extension of street railways. The follow ing members ot tbe as-ociation are to act as directors until the company has lieen legally incorporated : K Herbert Sa iderson and Alonzo Alfred of lteruariMon. F A1- en of Nortnlieid, r.dwarn v visu. .i.- .. . . 11.1. .a nt Viti.lllill nr. icnoro, jiarcos ..uuim. . .... 'red E Pierce of Greenfield, John A 1 ag- . .... ... Aijiio L-..II.: Tim tiriinnseil line gall OI ..liuei!. r.i'i.-. " - ----- will start at the end of the Green Held and Turners Falls street railway on Federal street at tbe intersection of Silver, and then proceed lo a point m ar the hotel in Bernards ton, thence to Noli hlieli I across the Bennett Meadow Bridge. Tbe capital stock Is :.- ..... IM.-l.. .1.... lr ...ill luiirlll nn the line before next spring. .1 n ltrnun. nrpsiilent of the Brown min ing company, with a mine at Ifeadsboro. has been in Sbeiburne Falls recently in the inter est of tbe company. A mining expeit was :it tbe mine lor several weehs ine past u. iwr. iiiHkinir a thorough examination of the property, with verv satisfactory rc-ults. A J.HI011 crusuiu.g piaiu 111 m n i up mi.-, in.. The Relinhl'csn mucuses Wednesday nltrhl showed a strnnir ecnlniieiil In favor ot Parker for attorney aencrai, ilnnncti ttiey were nut tc-u-erally Instrwied. r ur dlsirlct stlorncv i lie del cgiues sccincd to be solid for liana Malone of cireentlcid. In Deertleld the rcilonnlalilc Maj r Ii iiilditesls In Hie sadnle once more, as Hie Ilrldxes taction carried the caucus. Judge i.rmsn heard civil esses Wednesday In the dl.trlc't cuuri. In one. Prank liol nsued Auuilnc itancck. both of Orcenlleld, lo recover judgement and inteiest on a note lor tl, which pistntllf claimed to fisve been alven May 1 'Ss. fur nionev luancd. Kcfendanl claimed that he sicned the nine, not unrterslhndlnjc Kniclieh, wlihuiit knowlnn wlial It meant but supposed It was .n balaice fur petllnir him a ol at W ells Bros A Co; he said tiolsn claimed lo have had lo par that amount, lieo M Hsrlier against Phllln Iterieson. a lircvnllcl.l constable, was tlie oecond casc.clalnilnir dainsnes fur lietne anc-tcl July it and released a lew minutes laler. 'Jcutslon was reserved lo both. Samuel T Field, H, of 3hedmrnc Kails, for SO years a leadine Ugure st the county liar and In local life, died Tuoday of old are after teverai J ears of declining health. aallve of llawley and a farmer !oy, eraduaied I rum Williams col lege In lsis, worslnir his way thronirh colleee by teachlnc for a few years after, he bettaa practise In ISM. Though an Intense Repuhilcsn h hv aid of the Democrats, elected lUt- rlct Auorney in 1S74 anil during his term prose- rntcil tbe onnampwn ifan lui-i-r-in. few rears laler candidate for stale senator and rf,.f.r. ,l hw Jas s i.rlnccll of tire' nuelo. He 1wa twice married and his second wife, farmer ly Mrs Susan K lmlf, survives with I tiSWiSB kTr tr. Srt nisr,l4?e. Technolo(y Graduate Murderer. Monday night J S Croswell. an instructor at the school of mines and metallurgy at Hol la. Mo, shot Miss Mollle Powell of that city through the heart and killed her almost in .Uantly. The motive for the crime was jeal ousy. Croswell lied and a mob of citizens pursued. He was surrounded near Holla Tuesday night. Before he could be taken Croswe'll shot himself, living almost instant ly. He was from Boston, where he gradu ated from the institute of technology, and en tered the employ of the school of mines and metallurgy as Instructor in shop work and drawing. All of last vear be paid devoted at tention to Miss Powell, a daughter of the late W J Powell, edilor of the New Era of Itolla. She lived with her mother and was a great social favorite. Haiar manned By Victim, May Die. Alliert Cobb, of Xew York, twenty years old, the leader in a hazing affair at Morgan Park Academy. branch of Chicago 1,'nlver .itir u..i..iuI,!imI Jv tlnipt MnndHV nirrht bv James Etzler, eighteen years old. aiid may die. Murder M etery In Boston. From the waters of the Back Bay, the liody of Orville B Moses, a wealthy rcident of Maiden was taken Wednesday. Friends refused to believe that the man committed suicide, and the police are investi gating the ease. Mr Moses was forty-six years of age and formerly was a Boston merchant. More than two inches of snow fell at Bottineau, N' D, Wednesday. XEW HAMPSHIRE NEWS. HEAL WESfETN STYLE Attempt to Hold l'p Stage-Driver Near Knrthwood Sorrows Attacked B.ats lift a Highwayman With an Empty Hull. The Ensom and Xorthwnod stage was held up by two masked men 1 I '2 miles above Xorlhwood Narrows alMiiu s o'clock Tuesday nlulit Tne hluhwavmcl! sprang Irum Hie roadside, one selzlnir liie horses by the head while the oilier mounted the foninusn! and demanded of Ihc driver, James M Mack, all the money In 111, possession; . Mack sc'.Md an empty gun, which constituted a part of nis .'ad, and .truck the highwayman several blows on llie head, succeeded In beating him oil. lie i"en whlpned un Ins hones and sue creded In nuking good Ills escape. liurUig Ihe occurrence the would he robber at templed to slab the stage driver, bul tlie knife bla.ee struck Mark's watch, and llie blow was thus warded off. Ills clothing, however, was b''l!rWer'.,Mrk had Isitiveen S00 ami tTfo, which had come to Epsom by express, and wbb being carried bv him to Sorlhwood. ll Is be lieved thai the highwaymen bad knowledge of the money. On Charge of Murder. Kdwanl Wallace was arrested at Mnncton Wcdnesdny night on a teiegraui f oni ll A'Hcarn, crown prosecutor of liUre ltar, N asking hlsaoi'rehen.lon nn charge o! inurdcr. He Is warned In connection wllh tne toys erl oos death of Thaddy i'ulrler, al Glace Mm larf Saturday night. He denies all knowledge of the nutter. Krcentrlc Will Sustalncd The probate conn at Kseter, Wedne dy, made ftnal seitlements of the es'ate of 7.oe A riarirfer', which has bceu In controversy for IS years. She willed her estate. Inventorying nt 5,i logos tier Ihe dentil of her son, wl Ich occurred In ".'t lo the town of Londonderry, to be used solely to buy meal, flour and tish for poor widows and children under 10. The town refused lo accoi i llie trusi and relatives claimed Ihe money, out Ihe co.nl holds tlie bcncllclary still exists the poor widows and hi alien and Hint knottier irustce sliouid be appointed. The barn of William .lewell of Gorham was burned Friday night, causing a loss of ViOO. Secretary Cortclyou Thursday announced that President Roosevelt would not hold any official functions at the White bouse until the bouse reception on New Year's day. Siv men were kl led and seven otners seriously Injured In an explosion at the works of the Essex and llinrson Gas company at Newark, N J, Thursday. BROUGHT TO LIGHT. Brattlcaoro People Receiving the Foil Benefit. Tbere have been many cases like the following in Brattleboro. Everyone relates tip1 experience of people we know. These plain, straight-forward statements will do much toward relieving the suiter ing ot thousands. Sucb testimony will be read with interest by many people. Mrs E H Whitney, professional nurse, living at 2 Church street, says: "I had for years marked symptoms of kidney tiouble and an interm ttent pain across my back and bipg. Any over exertion such as overwork or standing too log aggravated it. During such attacks I I was used up for several days. I tried several well-knon medicines but thev did me little good nd willing to- try anything that might check the trouble when I saw Doan's Kidney Pills so well recommended I was induced to go to a drug store and get a box. Thej did me grent deal of good. I was ever so ruucii K.a .mt aa fr as the rtaln across r.iv back was concerned, I scariely fell it.' For sale bv all dealers, rrice b cent. Foster-Milbura J o. BufUfo, X V, sole agents for the U S. Kcmem)r the name Doan's, and take no substitute. Sold by Geo E Gwu, 6t Main street BraUietoro, Vi. VERDICT GlILTT. TWAS QUICK WORK IS THE COSTVICTIOS OP pith.siDK.vr Mckinley's assassi. Trials Last Less Than might and On Half Hours-No Da reuse Attempted-He Maintained Stolid Demeanor lo the End when Ho Collapsed Professed Accom plice Confesses at St Louis -ISul evidence 'I hat It Is a Kake. The trial of IHin F Czolgosz for the mur der of President McKinley ended Tuesday at Buffalo ut 4.2o p m, wllh a verdict of guilty of murder iu llie lirst degree. The jury was out only !U minutes and the whole trial con sumed only eight hours and iV) minutes and in two davs. Practically all of this time was occupied bv tbe prosecution In presenting a case so clear, so conclusive, that even had the prisoner entered the plea oi insanity. It could not have changed tbe result. The defense put iu uo evidence and its lawyers announced early in the afternoon that the emi nent alientistss'uuimouiided by tbe county liar association ami by the district attorney to determine Czolgosz's mental condition had de vlared bilii to be perfectly sane and Ibis de stroyed the only stagn of adefence that Judge Lcivls and Titus eould have put together. Judge Titus and Lewi, the counsel assigned for the defense, made short addresses, chiefly devoted to talk about the diguity of tbe law, but saying nothing for the respondent, and tbe Di-trict Attorney had little lo do but to tell of the awfuluess of the crime and describe Czolgosz as a man who does not want a lawyer, wbo does not believe In God, nor In law'; a man wbo does nut believe in tbe married relation vet our laws are such that be is defended by two or the ablest jurl.-ts in Hull'aloas if hu wait the most respected de scendant and even though be comes into court and says he was guilty. The 'evidence iu addition to w hat was re ported Tuesday, included only thu testimony of a few witnesses w ho saw the shooting. Czolgosz was sealed in his chair all lbe af ternoon, his hands clasping tbe arms of the chair ami bis bead bent forward and a little to tbe left. The room was not warm, but Czolgosz frecpien'lv took his handkerchief from his pocket and mopped tbe perspira tion from his forehead and cheeks At no time dining the absence of the jury did he raise bis eves or lift his head or seem to hear that he was the object of interest of several hundred men and women. Before adjournment Just loo White announc ed that he would pronounce sentence upon the defendant on Thursday .afternoon at 2 o'clock. Czolgosz was Immediately taken through the tuunel under Deleware avenue back to ' "The New Y'ork Sun's account says that as Czolgosz came into couit in the morning ev ery one was instantly struck with hi cbnged appearance and demeanor. He had tried to conceal it and bad smeared his hair with vas seline, so that It looked darker and rau Into oilv curls. The life, the stamina, was- gone ou'tof bitn. He found tbat.of the physicians who had examined bim.not one was-to testi fy to help him, and there wa no refuge in tbe plea of insanity. He was offered tbe op portunity to go on tbe stand, but he only shook his head when his lawyers asked him. He did not trust himself to speak. The un concerned murderer of yesterday bad chang ed. Ills pallor had turned from wbito to-yellow. His hands shook. He curtained has eves with the lids and sat with his bead bung ing on his shoulder, a nervous perspiration oozing out on his face. No bravado, no cour age, no defiance of death, not the gloria-cation of tbe anarchist wbo "did his-duty" just a cur-like collapse. ... He will be dragged to the death chair howling with terror,'' raid Chief of Detec tive Cusack. ho bas studied him since bis arrest, and tbe fear that was written all over the assassin tonight lent itself to the predic tion. ' .,, While Justice White was delivering his charge Czolgosz glanced fearfully at the twelve men standing in their places in respect to tbe solemn words of the Court. lle asJted fur water and tbe detective brought- him a glass. He guloed at it. handed back lbe glass and dropped his eyelids again. All day be nt with hi. eyes almost closed, as if be would hut out the scene. Paul Czolgosz. father, Wclduek Czolgosz brother, and Victoria Czolgosz. sister of the pre-ldent's assassin, arrived in Buffalo Mon day afternoon. Thev were put through a rigid examination at police headquarter-, but could not be connected with the plot fur the president's assassination. Tbe faiber said the purpose of their visit was to induce tbe assassin to make a clean breast of hi orirue and to tell of bis associates if he had any. He said bi neighbors would not associate with bis family situ-e the shooting of tbe President and he made tbe journey to vindi cate the rest of the family and to convince the Buffalo authorities that they were not Anar chists and knew nothing of the plans or pur poses of the assassin. Satig savs that on Monday previous to the assassination. Harrigan met bim and Kmnu Goldman in Michelobe's saloon in Buffalo and arranged the details of tbe murder. Sastig declares he was present In Buil'alo at the time of President McKinley 's aa-assinatiotiand tied the handkerchief about the hand in whu;b Czolgosz carried the revolver. A waiter In a St Ixtiis restaurant, who says he knows the man under,. arrest appeared t the office of the Post Dispatch Tuesday and savs that Sastig was not in Buffalo at ajl tbe day o fthe njuidcr. A Philadelphia dispatch says that no person bv tbe name of F'ratm Ilurringati bas register ed at tbe Hotel Dewey within tbe last four months. Chief Wilkieof the secret service sain si Wasblghlon with reference to the statement that Sastig tied tbe handkerchief around Czolgo..'s band, that the handkerchief was not tied at all, out wounu lousei, muuw hand of tbe assa-sin. Emma Gol Imaii refused to do seen oj an a .j.i.it.iiD.i Prv... rtitmrtcr at Chicago', but sent out wnrd that she did' not know any sucb man as Sastig. Wednesdav the father, brother nn i sister was allowed un interview with tbe assassin, police and court officials liemg present, nui although zolgosz talked freely, no new light wa thrown on the plot to kill lbe president. As in all bis previous conversation mce iue murder Czolgosz became- suddenly silent whenever the matter of the murder was brought up bv his father or brother. However, author itaMve antiouucstnent was .,.io tiit be denied absolutely thai any one else was concerned in tbe plot to kill the president. He asserted, as he has from the outset, that he did the deed alone and unaided and that no other per-on in the world was concerned ill the tragedy. Tbe pitcher that foes often to the well is broken at last." 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