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(1.50AVKAU. VOLUME XXVI. 2.00 IF MOT PAID IN ADVANCC. "Let all the endi thou aime.t at be thj Country', thy God' and Truth'.. Til ft EE CENTS I'EK COPV. BRATTLEBORO. VERMONT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1901. NUMBER 24. WAKTKD. irvn -Time or four boys and prlrl. In -TTTn- i.ii- k'Cier. Two in family. ''?,, Ir, -111 KMlolW. 41 m i" to work on farm. 'JJ u. I'hl.TIKK. Itratllel.oto.Vt. ,,, 'Hi. ItllWT.N. 1 mini and Ills wife to run VrZA A orcc, older apples. Will f a. k. .MlM-- "' iMvh the ItllilllCRg TOOth K.X- h"' J , ; M i A t T7 Frost St. Call thore 17 if1",! : " niatti.w.iv known tooth now. .,,,.1 lor nun. - u,,,,la. care H. M. ,.1,ct1'C1I1 m - a.,lt jiaion rTTrni-ii"' cords wood out. Apply to " 1'. W. HUtKMABTKR, No. Leverctt, Mass. ZTvnOV" Mm Want The Reformer wsi i'O rr.ni'".-, . . :. . j.7i r relam c In a distant ;ater no proportion for you that will nxnii'V- , . It wll.l. PAT YOU. .hnitot oiirrlaitc or sleigh painting, to 'iSialne. firn Help Wanted. In our null room, i. . - I I iviiiirilini'P U-llh lilllUIW llll """ : M r. tcs'ly employment, imn ti work in Lumber Yard and !liml work shout factory. ' K. V. CARPENTER COMPAN Y. 'CXSH PAID FOR KUNK OIL. G. E. GREENE, Bkattlkboko, VT. T7T mm V TJ Days Make Cooking Easy EMERSON & SON, BRATTLEBORO, VT. TIIIS MORNING'S NEWS. THE GIST OF TBK ' I.ATKST DISPATCHES. TO RENT. Ill KKN'T, Two furnished . Si. Reeil '.'1 it HKKT-Furnlshcii house, S Locust. 23-4t inquire of J. M. 11UOAS. 1ESEUKNT3 lo Rent. T. JUDGE. 4Mf THE PROFESSIONS. Ms. HOrt & TlCKEIl. Or. Bourn. Waeate lllfrri Pt K:t hours at Block: 'io s a. K. !; p. m. UitOMMI. Dr. Tucker. Office and res. Leonard Block. Ofttce hours: TIM 8.30 A. It. 1.30 to v. u. 7 toil P.M. h. A. KXAPP, Dentist. Hooker Block, II ti...a Upun Inlmrn S. C. 8. CLAUK, Biock, Brattleboro Dentist, Whitney yi TO REKT Six-room tenement with hath Steam heat. So. s Chapln St. Address J A. Pull-en. lUf TEWRItlENT TO Write street. RJ5KT.-M ItAKKIl, il IN8CKANCB. C. F. K. JENJIK, Succossor to Sherman ft Jenne, XNSTT XI. A. OB ESTABLISHED IK 186'. nre. Mutual Life, Accident, Mate QiasB, Em. plovers Liability, Elevator, Hartford Steaa Boiler, Tornado. Indemnity and Surety Bonds North Gorman Llovd 8. 8. Co. ntf-tufr I GRANDMA'S REMEDY When Crandma Was a Cirl Bur mother give her Down's El:xir when she had a cold or cough, whooping coueh, or croup. It was the beet medi cine known then, and it is the best now. Setentv vcars of cures has established Its merits. Sold everywhere and monev back it it does not cure. Brooks House Pharmacy, Thomas' Pharmacy, Geo. E. Greene, F. II. Ilol den t Co. TRADES. JOHS DDNLEVV, Cu.tomT.llor, Ryther Block, tip one flight. Cleansing, Bopulrlng and Pressing done at snort nor.ee. m iv H. JACOBS, flora. Shoeing and Jobbing, uanai t. yi H. HALT-, Car)enter and Slater, er In .late. 26 Clark street. Dea S5tf DULLER, M. D.,Physlclan and 8ur- inm Hn.ik, r Block. ltrattlCOoro. VI. OtttCD fcl:liilMlc:.i;:3Uto8. J. GOI.DTHWAIT, l. D , Hemit, Jiottiulelil, Mass., Monday, Tuemlav and am It. ANnKKStlM. Physician 1 Surceun. OHice and residence pstrtct. SurKerv, in all lta urancces, a buy. twice hours: until 10 a. in., 1 to 2.30 tu 5 evening. Telephone "irooas mo.v ii hookkk. Attorneys at I.aw- rwnrM Hi Nate ana reuerai i;iim Llltrtu'tts, New Hampshire aDd New i. 11 anil 11 tilery Building. H-tf iB. H.L. WATKRMAN. 41 Elliot St. 1 (ft aours: li.:;o to 2 30 A 6 to s P. M. Of-4l.tf I'ATEllMAN i. MARTIN, AttornOVS t f Law, Back liiock, Brattleboro, Vt. fcst'OXLA.VD, M. D., Physician and Ki. Rlil.-n..n Vn 1 WAlnilt flt. OttlCe fcilromstoa a.-m.. 1:30 to 3, and 7 to p. m. EWD B, pi v.KK.K, Attomey and Coun ifkirai Ijiw, Solicitor and Master In Chan , Cnllpi'il.,,, itrnm..tiv matit. I Ihenter. Vt. IEVTISTK V in all Us branches. Teeth ex. inoeit without pain. K. K. jaimkimd", v. .UMnln s,reet. Stf P. BAUHKIt, li. D. 8., Union Block, OrPrl.rc-n.-'t. Arua ntorP. BrAttleDOrO. Vt. ) -t . R. LVNi:n, ofttce and residence 40 Burnt St., urHltleljorc, vt. uuicbhw"" .a i toa ami 7 to. p. in. cu-i"" . II. (iOKIIAM. 91. D. Whiuwy Bixk. M:Lln l;rpi, Ri-ntllnhoro ProCllue fthaKve. Ear. Throat, II. P. G. KKTTEE. Dntlt, Crotf uver uoiien'8 arufc Bioru. ww PKATT, M. U., 18 North Main street. ' P. m , fa ' 40 tO 8 p 4ltf PWONT HAMILTON, M. D. Otto Patll 8. m i to 2.30 and early evening li flUfl.PB 1 in. Q r. n ToldllhnilH A&11. POAiK, Attorney at I-Wj iscuits, Buns. Rolls, Cake, 'l Can be Perfectly Made Prom OLD IEDAL LUR. CROSBY & CO., Eastern Agents. BlISKCAH'riLK. Book.. Stationery, Fancy troods. Picture, and Framing, jsyi PLAPP .IONK8 V FOR 8ALK. FOR 8AI.E Dry slab wood and kindlings, i nt one loot lone. Also drv sawdust. Or di-rs iirouintlv delivered. Ciias U. Johnson West Brattleboro. - inilH HAI.K Concord Wagons; from IS to C t:i. K. 1J. Williams, Uiattieboro, 1 1 TTIOR 8ALK-8urry wagon, in good running I1 order and light; also atoncord wagon. J G. Bakkr, 25 Blrge St. if nou SALB coean Lane's rotaryued n niitnpp ''ivl-2. Also 2t-lnch buz, planer, relltted gowl as new. Also heavy mill pulleys and Bhaitlng. L. U. otellman. o-u TMn Hi.Ki;ood work horse: weighs 12T f uounds. W. K. HtciiARUSON & Co. Mf hai.k A second.hand Chlckerlng Pi ano. Mor.ern. urst eiats conniuon. iieanj BA H ROWS CO., wholr.al. and retail dealers In Coals of all kind.. OtUce No. 83 Main Street. Brattletiom !?y1 Special in Soaps To Clean Up Stock. -o- POR JL Htl as good a. new. Will he sold for less than one third Its cost. Address llox 6S4, Brattlehoro.Vl TiHR SALK-Cheap Second hand SO II. P V Upright Marine fcuglne HIM eyunner THE BROOKLYN'S OFFICERS. TESTIFY TO 8CBLKV8 COOLMB88 AND Bit AVER V IN BATTLE ilrtvlng pulley. Ail In good order VV'est Duuimerston . John Taft, 43tf OTEAaf SAW AND 8HINGLB MI 1.1. J For Hal.. Ample power; near owiuo'i, plenlv of Umber; no olher mill In vicinity, of fered' at a very low price. Address Box 422, Keene. N. H. Btf-tuf r Handy Borax, 5c cake; now Swift' Pride, .V " " Floating Borax. ")C " " Wool Soap, ."c ' " Magic Olycerine, 5c " " BrueelN White 8c " Acme Soap, J. E. GLEASON, .1c, two for 5c ; for 25c .1-2 Elliot St. Hardware! Hardware! Here"' the place to buy A X ES, yes, I have the best on the market for ;lui k r rot Axe, Helves Lanterns. - - - - Baskets. Step Ladders, - -Iron Table. - - -I'lothe Keels, - Wringers, - -Mop Wrinsers. - -Knililing raoer. 2 1-: Nails, Brads, TacKs. Screws .10, .20 and .50tol .... .. and .35 ... .t;5 and up 1.00 3.00 . . . 1 .25 and up, 1 35 ct ll or hoc per roll . - :ic, 3 1-2 and 4c Bolts, Locks, Ior Door Spring and Checks Glass, Put- ,v Wood Hind Tand Cross-cut Saw. Meat (irinde?s Feed Bagf. and many other things tnJi! r lnnea-of. Trices are low and now Is the time to buy. it -3T Drop me a postal and I will eome and mKujre fof vour Storm Windows and Doors. lt'. vrf o v them ready a little before hand. Furniture repairing saw min. !. n,g and all kind, woodwork done to order. DON A. WILDER. 40 Elliot St. TAX NOTICE. jSoTifi Swn.lnd accruing Jo a t blgnea " DR. C. A. PliOUTY, Votorinry Burgeon. Graduate of tbe Ontario Veterinary College. U Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Trett. disease, of all domestic aniinaU. Surgerv a Specialty. Mf Ofli.-e'at G. B. White's Stable. BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sell. Everything. Addret. t JT. BAILEY. Brattleboro. . Rrtfcer Block. ' JULIUS C. TIMSOM. REAL ESTATB AGEST jaCCTlONfcER SatUf.ctloa tioaranteed. IS Union Block, Claremont. M.H. r-.bllJied 1M0. Long Dta. Telephone- ARTHUR H.H. LEWIS, D.V.S. Veterinary Surgeon. .r. '.ill. $ACSA City. Mo. Sargerj w 0C. .Tx;K WELL S STABLE. Telr J s3 FOR SALE. One cabinet work bench; one net breach loading double aftot (run; Han, boo 118 new; one boring migevs. A 11 in goon onicr. H. H. Norchorr, No. 1 Church Place clarlnetfl; one one small or-niat-lilne and 9tf FARM FOR SALE. At a bargain. Known as the John Miller farm, In Duinmerston. Five minutes walk from Post Ofllcc. church and school. Kxtra good IhimI. running water to hou'e and barn, all kinds of fruit. Buildings In good repair. Knqillreof V . L. WA I.KEU, 24 tf West Brattleboro. ARulnaldo Trl. to Stop lh Hab.a. Cor- Mi. Move Typhoon Hwn.l I.oxon T.lanu. Amidol. Aggravate Dl..a. Starving Itu.alan Pra.aml. Altank lh Mich Kail ll Curl.l. Indicted for Man- laught.r. Marouis Ito is In New York nnd will Visit Washington. .Lwenh V Smith was chosen president of the Mormons at Salt Lake yesterday. The postolllc at Moilu.. (,'t, ws robbed of $1000 in money and stamps Wednesday. Prof Booker T Washington dined fit the Whiw House Weflnisdriy nlunr. With nnsslhlv one exception, lie is Hie only colored person so entertained. Kerrntarv Lonff will ask Corcress to authorize the con?truction of three bat tleships, four armored, cruslers and 12 gunboats. The Massacliinetts convention ol Oiricrinn Knileavor societies closed at M,,nh Adams Weilnesdav with su ad dress by l!ev F E Clark of iJnston. n, .Tnsins renorts at Paris ihat after experimenting on goats with the alleged antidote for tetanus, he llnds that it aggravates the disease and has been the cause of many neuuis. A telegram from Fenol. Spalc. 6svs that according to advioes from ltio Muni, west Afrwa, cannibals uave nantiirerl nnd eateu a corporal and six soldiers ot tue eiianisn uiariui; mnuuj An PTrilnsinn. nro bablv of easoline wrecked a brick block in Bangor, Me. Wednesday afternoon and caused a tire in which two women and a man were burned to death. Four peopl. were seriously injured. The property loss was about SfloOli. At the request of Argentine authori ties, Allador Haitiis was arrested at New York. Wednesdnv. suspected of the murder of Count Medsn, a Prussian nobleman, at lluenos Ayrcs over a year ago. Hattas was traced to Budapest and thence to New York. The proposition to change the name of the church, was referred to a joint committee by the house of deputies at Wednesday's session at Ssn Francisco of the triennial KpiRcopal convention. No further action will bo taken until tbe meeting of the general convention in 190L ' Tbe nine-vears-old daughter of Geo M Latnont ot Bound Brook, N J, fell from her window in the second story, Tuesday night, while trying to close it. and was impaled on a rose tmh stake, which passed through her '.-hH enter ing her left lung. She is in a critical condition. A thousand Hussian students in Kischefcetf, l!ps-arHlaria, recently at-rm-Ucd and wrecked the house of the (jovernor.the headquarters of ths police ami the nrliee of the Utlicial Uuzatte. hi the encounter between the students and the police eleven persons were killed and thirty-six injured. Indictments for manslaughter have been found in Hamilton, (), Bgainst Sylva Bishop and his wife. Leota. faith curicM. hast July their eight-year-old child F.sther was terribly burned by a 0n4 ex nlnsion and the Hi.shops refused to call a doctor. They surrounded the- the child's bedside, oiferiug prajers for her reeiverv. Coroner Sharkey said thnt medical attention would have saved the nirl's life. A second indictment for criminal neglect was returctd against the lather. A FOOL AND HIS MONEY IS SOON PARTED. In many wavsthl. Is true, one way Is in buy ing Vanilla Kxtract, (an article used by every family anil by inanv In large iuaiitliles) in two ounce bottles, paying 25 to ; cents panched short weight and pure chemicals thus costing J 50, $:t and some per pint, when you can buy my full weight piut bottle .lelivertd any wn.rc In America tor $ 1.2.",. Another Way is In not trying for cverv THROAT TUOtllLE, SOliE or INFLAMMATION, TOILETINE Before calling a physician, thus saving much cost and Buffering. lr w W Flsk ot LevcreU, remained all night at the home of Mr Patrick Barry with a s'.ck child. Alxua S o'clock In the mornlng.afr.in.ilaii In. r.oure., ne tm Mr Barrv to Montague, 6 miles, after a bottle of TOILKTlNE THK CHILD LIVED. Don't too v IPc ol, B. F. MINER. TRUSS. We rJill attention to our new and complete line of the Or. Korlck Pn.umallr Tru.. t he finest pad In the market Cool, dur able and alw.v. in I'l'ce.Jk 'lfully fitted and guaranteed. GEO. E. GltEENL, Sole Agent. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR CONCORD GRAPES. 10 lb. Basket 20 cents, 5 lb. Basket 13 cents. FANCY VIRCINIA SWEET POTATOES, 15 lbs. for 25c. $2.00 per bbl. Cape Cod Cranberries, dark color and sound, 10c quart. NEW PREPARED BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, 3 11 pkg 15c. in lb pkg 20c. Trowbridge's Original Chocolate Chips, Xmme on every Chip. Try a pound. A. F. ROBERTS & CO- S! Main Street. Ag'llnaldo Prcfrr. to Itemaln a Prl.onrr. A Manila dispatch savs that Aguiu aldo has written to h lawier who is trying to obtain a writ of habeas cor pus in bis behalf, saving that lie pre ferred to remain a prisoner while there was one compatriot Unguisbina in the jail, "sullering for the Filipino cause, and an infinity of Filipinos are deprived of the liberty which they are anxious to obtain."' Swept by a Typhoon. The worst typhoon in 10 years has been raging for" the past few days. Its center bavins been about 00 miles troui Manila. Eight miles of railroad have been destroyed and half of North and Central Luzon has been submerged. A mujority of the telegraph lines have been damaged and government and other vessels have suftcred. Twenty persons have been killed in Manila Bay. The town of Baler has been demolished. Riot. In Rna.ia. Bread riots are reported from Taraskooa. Eastern Russia. Ia Samara the starving peasants stormed the municipal buildings and the residences of wealthy persons, petting some on lire. Troops were sutnmonuaed nnd fourteen peasants were hilled. Similar riots, in which several persona were killed, oc curred st Anderwesks. where two land owners had been murdered, and also at Pestrawka and elsewhere in tbe same ui strict. The llrooklyn'a Slsnal. Head Schley'. Kncouracinent to Men The Incident, of the Battle or July .i Lem rlbcd. The olllcors of Admiral Sehlry's flag- shin, the Hrooklyn, occupied the atten tion of the Schley Court of inquiry for the entire day Wednesday, 'ine pro ceedings began with the recall of Capt Cook and Lieut commanaer sears ano. they were followed "In su.-cesslon by Commander N E Mason, who was the executive ofllcer of the Brooklyn; Lieut Edward McC'aulev, Jr, who was signal ofllcer, and Lieut Charles Webster, who had charge of the forward gun deck hatterv of the Brooklyn during the bat tle off Santhgo and waa a watch olllcer on board that ship. Their testimony covered the same ground as that of Capt Cook and the other olllcers of the flagship who have already testilled. Each of the wit nesses praised in the highest terms the bearing of Commodore Schley during the Santiago tight, and at all other times when thev had seen him under lire. They all declared that he was calm, self-oosseised and brave. Lieut McCauley. who was near the commodore most of the time during the tigh:, in reply to a question regarding Schley a conduct and his attitude oi commaod, said that at the beginning of the engagement the commodore said sev eral times, "Give 'em hell, bullies.' This declaration of the witness was greeted with much laughter by Admiral Dewev and the other mem hers of the 'court and the crowd of soectators that filled the room. The witness read trom the Brooklyn's sinnal book the list of signals to aud from the Brooklyn onjuiy.i;ne niso gave a list of the signals made from the Massachusetts wnne tnat vessel was helm? used as Commodore Schley's flag ship. May 31, nnd when asked wbettier any signal bad been sent to the fleet to not go lu any Closer repiieu : -u, sir." He was asked . "Can you give us any incident to show that be was not labor ing under any great mental excitement on tha' day ? ' "When Mlis was Killed another officer and myself picked up nis hodv and started to throw it uveruoara. Tbe Commodore saw us and said : -Don't throw him overboard. Cover biro up with something.'1' "W'ereyou present when Ellis was killed?" es. sir "How near was Ellis to the commodore when he was killed, and to vou."' He was standire rinht next tome. He was about 15 feet from tha commodore should think." - L-u MeCaulev ait that be lutd on hi. own hook hoisted the signal, "Clear ship for action," acd that when he IihiI reported this action to tbe comuodnre the latter had told him to hoist Closo mi.' Capt Cook's new testimony related to the uncouii nit ol trie niuoaivn en glncs, which, he said, was done under a articular order from Admiral Samp son, the slow speed ut which the vessels were steaming on blockade preventing the use of all their engines, lie teti tied that the squadron did uot proceed 'with all uispatcli Irooj t .lenruego. but said it was because the rough wcath er delayed the smaller vessels. Cnmdr Sears snoke again of the con versation reported as huving taken place between timself and oltictirs of the Massachusetts ill the ward room of tha vessel on Mav JJl.iu which be was allig eil to have said tiiat it had been difficult to iHtf'omniodore Soblev up to the pom of undertaking the bombardment of the Colon, and he acain denied tnat ne nac said niirthinir reflecLing upon his superior olllcer. He said that on the morning of .luly the Brooklyn had begun turning tostar board immediately after the engines were started, that the helm cf the Hrooklvn had been put a-port when the helm of the Viscaya had been puta-porf Hp aald that, wr en he bad said to Com mo lore Schley during the battle that lie thnupbt the Brooklvn was about Its tactical diameter from the Viscaya, tac tical diameter of the Brooklyn had not been determined, and he supposed it to be about 750 yards. Asked how much time had been con snmed in the Brooklyn's turn, he said i iniBhr. hava been 15 or 20 minutes. The H rook v In was always noarest the Colon he said, durins the chase and at the surrender. It i the purpose of Mr Kayner to first (.-limine, the officers ol tbe rsroomyn acd to fol'ow these with a number of those on the Oregon during the battle of San'iaao. It is understood that ni entire list of witnessas is practically con fined to oersona on board those two vessels. Lope.'. Plan. Bp.t by New Law. The Philippine Commission has adopt fti a new law by which customs officers are required to exact an oath of alleg iance trom all persons arriving at Manila who are suspected of having aided or abetted the insurgents and a similar oath from all who bae in any way aid ed 01 are trying to aid tbe rebels. This will upset the plan of Sixto Lopez, who has been in the United State, and Eu rope in the interest of the rebels, and who it expected an? day from Hong Kong. A Moantala Park for Vermont. Tbe mountain peak in the town, of Warien and Lincoln, more than 4000 acres, nas been purchased by ColJoseph Battell of Middlebury ns a park for citizens of Vermont and bus been named "Ellen's Mountain-" It is densely covered with forests r.f spruce and is one of tbe highest in the Green Mountain rangs. Latest Despatches. Alaskan advices bring glowing bc counts of big gold finds at Candle Creek The tiiennitl convention of the Epis copal church of America, closed at San Francisco yesterday. Roland B Molireux waa taken bark to the tombs. New York, yesterday, after spending 18 months in the death cell at Sing Sing. lie will have a new trial. Herr Maurer. editor of the Meue Leben anarchist sheet, was sentenced at Berlin, yesterday to four months' imprisonment OWIIlg tu llie puuiicatiuu Ul nu nit i i-.c ap proving tne assassination oi aiciviniey It is understood from authoritative sources, that Secretary Root will soon resign from the Cabinet on account of ooor health. Assistant-Mecretary San ger willl succeed him in the war depart ruent. The Boers have penetrated to the coast near Cane Town. Gen rrenen n fli- recti ne operations against them. In brisk fluht at Twenty-four Streams ye. terday live British were killed and sever al wounded. Lieut Cotndr E D Griffin, formerly chief officer of the Brooklyn, testified yesterday on the Schley court. lie said that Schley was perfectly cool aud nat ural even when the Brooklyn wag under tbe tire of three Spanish ships. A woman thought to have had connec tion with the rrent northern train rob- Mothers everv w here praise One Slinule v. , ii- a l. n hern arresreil in Cough Cure for ibe stiflf ring it has relieved ; v.yjn e ,Teon .which may lead to the out the inflammation. The children-, favorite 1 ery of the money and the t-10,000 in bank Couxb Cure. Greene- drug store. ' notes stolen. REIGN OF TERROR AMONG THE RUMSELLERS. PKOIIIUITION NOT SO FUN5SV A FAUCIS AS IT "USKO TO WAS." Many Hotel Beeper. Herklua; Ilenllhlrr Clitnea Ilraitleboro House Chance. Ilaqtl. Newfana and Tnwn.heml Landlord. Take a Unit-Three Arre.l. on Account of the Prisoner Jlrunk In Jail All. Kd .Pocket Peddler Oet. Additional Don for Perjury, a. Well a. Hi. Two Wlllie.see 110 fine fur Hell ing Kite Beti t-A Hathcr KicIIIiir Story "TbiH comes the cearest to perpet ual motion that science hns yet a'- tuined." observed Lawyer and Report er Chaa S Chasi the other day, re ferring tu the county court and the liquor proeec;.-tiiin.s. Kobespierie s i reign of terror as not s-.i suuden or perhaps so co .relet us atr.orm moo aristocrats of prohibition, who have so I snugly held Ue idea toat it wiih a funny fjice for themselvfs liut a bt neflcint thing f. r tie community at Urge. It is even said to be getting mi no-si ti le to eet a lawver to ueiotiu anybody charged with liquor selling, and if a it is most di creditable to our bar and illustrates again how the law, in the extremes to which it bas been carried in order ti mike it work. tends t i subvert the principles tbut are at the base of our institutions: for if there is any principle fundauie.ot.il to our jurisprudeces and neci-Bsary to tbe preservation of liberty it is that everv nti accused oi crime in buuucu 3 a full and fair defense in court. Th a.nrv nf this mjtiun at ISewiare has been told in chapters in these col umns, how Leon Cacedy wasconvict ed of pocket peddling in Brattleboro and two witnesses wbo testified in be half of bin were at once snapped up for neiiuri. and row Canedy nimseii baa been prosecuted for perjury as ne as for the oneinal onenss anu an extended residence in public institu tions is in prospect for Dim. unless tie can be saved ob leesl toints orclaimed defects in the ioforrnBtioa for which a hard fight is threatened how toe landlord and ex-landlord of the Amer ican house and tie bartender of the brattUboro house t Brattleboro were- put through the mill itn tines anil seutHiioes to the House t.f Corrsctiou, -bow the landlord of the Melrose at West Villsge was included in the pro ceeding, but his health has required him to emigrats and ho the land lord of tha Brattleboro house hap- pred to be engsged ia a hunting trip at iust that time, and to the hotel has uased ioto th handa of Cha llsnkel and O 11 Ellis, who had been assisling Mr Turner in business-ana how the tha very acme of the thing wsh reached Monday when Henry Eddy when wanted to testify in one of the perjury cases that dy. whs .faucd belplfs'sly drunk in j.il. He no clnims. though a doctor so pro nounced it. that he was not drunk but suffering from nervous collapse, and bas not drark a drop for seten months. The court Bed otlicialJ are deeply stirred up. as well they may tie over such an affair, and Jas Austin, an employee of the Brattleboro hoiiEe, is under arrest for seeding hia. 1hs li.juor. Frank Me.Iendy. the eirr-ss messenger on the Narrow Gauce, f i r transporting it, in a package tf laun dry as claimed, and Tarn Ferriter. the bartender at tbe Brattleboro bouse, in jail under an 11 lo 12 niontt s sentence, for passing it to him, sur-possedlr- The further story about toeir bail, etc, is told in our court re port bidow, as also t"e prossculiens of Landlords Burke Jt Newfane and Davis of Townsbend. formerly of the jail bouse. In the latter case, as we should judge from tho report, the crime was selling rice beer. Dame Rumor has it that one or two other hotel keepers in the county aro seeking health and rec reation over in 2ew Hampshire, at Bellows Falls all seems serene. he will probably remain until his lawyer makes a settlement. Keene Sentinel. But Tbe authorities at Brattleboro gnt after the venders of intoxicants dcing business in that town last week ana as a result about -40 mn from that town who expected tt be summoned before tbe court, either as principals or wit nesses, got into New Hampshire as soon as possible and remained until the storm bad blown over. One ruan who was too ill to go to Newfane got over here and then made up his mind that the Vermont winters might be too rigorous for his constitution and started for the state of Maine, where Statr. vs Peter V Orcutt. Substan tially the same facts were brought out. in this ease as in the trial of state e Kdward (ionjer. reported in Tuesday's Reformer, although greater ellort was made b the defense ta discredit the state's main witness. Henry Kddy.'One witueas testified that b'ddy tt Id him after the arrest and trial of Car.edy that he. Eddy, bad played a mean trick on Canedy in falsely swearing that tbe latter had sold citii liquor. Finally admitted in cross examination that be had taken several drinks ou the morning, of, the oay when he pur chased tbe pint of Canedy acd tnat. he might have been s iunwljat tiiidir the intluscce of the liquor in the aftar noon when Ibe transaction trok place. As in the Gonyer case all ttstimoi-y oa tne pait of the state waa admit ted by the court under object im by the defonie on the ground that the information filed by tbe state's attor uey in the case was defective in cot specifying more fully the nature of the offense charged. The case went to to the jury lufs- dav at fi o'clock p w and a verdict of guilty. was returned Wednesday ninrn- e at !l o clock. Barber nssisleu State's Attorney Westoc. Kittf, ba con ard Hooker for the rjspocdent. State's Attorney Weston filed an in formation against Leon Canedy for perjury Wtdnesd.y, and his trial wns set for Thursday afternoon. Lawyer Fitts fur the connsel for oefense filed a dcmurier to the information, and the ens s is liablr to go to tbe Su preme court on the demurrer, thus postponing trial in this court. If r.ut so a jury ill be ertpaneled Friday morning. Information has been filed by State's Attorney Weston this week in seteral liquor cases. Howard M Burks, proprietor of the Neufsna bouse, came into court Wed nesday and plead guilty nf five first offenses, fe'ontence has cot yet been imposed. Frank K Daivs, now keepirg the Townshond Inr, Lot formerly of toe County House at Newfane, plpad nr.t guilty ami a jury was empaneled Thursday rtoming to try the case. A dozen or more wit-esies from Towns bend and Newfane were hoard, all of whom 6tated that they bad never bought' any intoxicating liquor cf Davis or his aeonts, or seen tnem sell any. Two or three of the witnesses had bought rice Leer of nim at Ne fane or Townshend, and bad seen sev eral cases of this beer in his posses sion. At this atsee of the case the ooort ami wionsl for Davis- held a consultation ith the . result that Davis withdrew hia former plea, plead guiltv of beicg a con mon seller and aoeping fermentod liquors for sale in a tivern, and was sentenced by tbe court to pay a tite of $110 and costs, this fice to' be S'- spendcd and Davis placed in charge of the probation otli-c-r no parole. The tine is to remBin in effect in esse of violation of parole. Tho evidence against Burke and Davis indicates that they have not kept places of p-iblic resort for drink, and tuis fact evidently bad its effect in the ilculig of the court with Davis. An ic'orTiaticn Sled against Jjdjis Austin of Brattleboro .suggests that lie miifht have had a hand in an at tempt to furnish liquor to the in mates of the County jail. H B Haus nnd Benjamin Williamson of Brattle boro are his bail in tbe sum of $1000. A gi od psrt. of Tburslay was con sulted in a bearirg on tbe motion to sst as'de the verdict in the Stoadard will case. Affidavits icado by soene 8 or 10 persons wbo were at Newfane during the trial were read, these per sons slating that they heard conversa tion on s?veral occasions relative to the will in which some of the jurors sitting on tbe cafe either took pirt or heard the tHlk without protest. Coun ter affidavits end several witnesses were also heard. No decision has yet been given in the matter. It is now understood to bo tho pur pose of the court to adjourn from this week to November 12th, on account ot the term of Supreme court beginnirg next week at Montpnlier which re quires Judge Stafford's attention. Lewis Ockerman . 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