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VOL. XXVI. NO- 25.
VKBMONT MATTBS (,K INK HTATK IIHIMKLY l'OLli n.irCIII'" " "" "- PID i .,, r. A II lull Almoin! .inn 11 ' " n Kunawuv Cntiule "' a HUtnrli! . .. ..IMS ! I'- i vi-Dt ion or tne tstate a-Micial ion will be Nov (I, 7 and 8. In 11 of UurliOL'ton wildcat or lynx Dear I. aao Lhampluin, ;ui. c:in Hiirre. tho loading a orinont, una pur i .-'JO, (Ml) I) lock to be tin,' of tho d iritrict nn ii; masters of Ver Lliirlinijtoii Thursday . lines prove ih union; ihe Soldiers' llooin in I the inmates being in .if the charter of the H' y hi; II mi a? i id V.t:: A'1 ' jo ft'" 1 ,.;jftl SCI'.' .;d.1fl i lis an: : " I r j n i . ss Itfid iilsivi.. jUiililTi.l'ii' licet"':, ii tOipltnl. mm'll 't - joal.M'ii r-iilvny by theKutlund iind Srrci't Kaihvay company was .jeJSdtui'-Hy. llEih icii'ity prevail;, among the vm lOiiUBiries in iioiju tr.giun. 'ijall milii are running cu longer jgiJ rnh more Help, ii Slate Teachers' contention, '"li ivas l o l,iiV- ''t,en held in Bur or rn is vv mU. litis been postponed j 2!. -.'2 and 2:!. icier Kyl'S parisn priest on L'anau Kin i"iviers. iis uii euti, ul'naili's Fylos Ploof cf Stowo, sbe chrieienod 2:5 yinrs ago. rop;ipr tu in r baa been found on firm of Calvia Drown of East vioton anu a company ims leaseu nit it lor a term of years. ine Voi Liel'n-h bigamy case at inm ha-- been lore open until 1,'yitliat ilie accused may have :iu I-ijjui.' uvijence from Eog- j. jti ,iri' two towns in Orange coun--,b: hate pustdtlicos oaeu. They Xebury un,l Thetford. Tho town jcconl in Ksiox county ciso bas fostcflice.-. per and iron ore have been dis- :Fd in .UnU.ieDurv, a le nun- feel wesi ot the foot of the 3 immctaios. some four milts :the town. library is being built exactly on itti-riiatiunai boundary line be- m Ruck Island, 1' Q. and Derby i, It is intended for the joint of the tm places. "m postmaster-general has directed i postal station be established at uett Bay in connection with the utlice. Wiiiurd Thayer has : appointee) clerk in cbaige. mas, the io yeats old son of John liifty, uf CastlBlon. lias been miss- titeedajs. He took with hi in a sum of money from tbt cusn iToftiis father's meat market. wlter Leno of Burlington who was lil lor sate keeping having at :;:ri suicide, tcok poison ill jail fnuud uncor.spious, Tuesday sbj. It H not known where no isppoisnn. it Urr.ing plant, connected with f t Latlm s null at Winoosai hurcHil Friday niaht, the fire ibly starting from tho steamer. 1'iiilaiiig aid contents wens u !w. Insured for 10U0. )j bas In- discovered in paying ies in the vicinity of the asbes- ioes in Kitnr. Kich black ore was :Jhich assiived at least f40 per Jti-veins discovered run alaiost Mflwith the asbestos mine Mmber Col, S4 years old. of iititkl, tun goied and stamped ii) a hull lust week Tbureday, wronsi.Mous. lb rea ribs were ird, b was badly bruised and woing t in) to shreds, but it ia Ngbt his injuries will be fatal. Chittenden Power company cf is putting id a steel tube, rive iorg, ine feet in diameter and b hick, tu eonvev water from w Uoi'ti oden dam to its power aca nervoir at Chittenden Tbr tube coets the company LaDtiell. a civil enaineor on '"lane railroad, died atMiddle- Ji V. Tnuislav of brain fever. 'iia it 'oss October 3d in an ac- 'eiirst . tl,e company and during iinooy he acsord liOUO ques- The severe manful strain over- 3'is bruin. flu tree taut stands bv tberoad- tieen Uanby and bouth Wal- rj is en id tu ba the largest tree icd in all New Knelanrl out- 'Mairi'. It mpasurea 2(Ho feat in inference two feet above the tu. Furtv Vf-nrti nun nn old elm io the northern nart ofBeneina- "t measured nine inches more in Mt the Uanbv tree. 1 W Griswold will erect R fine we next spring on bis farm in tgtun. The 1,,,-atwin in ncr the f ttlO fi.ni.-.. ib ..1.1 nnlnh .u..,.. jn uill 1JUU-SO w M is "Job Swift. DEstor of the Old curei, built in 1789. On this J'tbe fuuiouB Indian lot, the : Anthony cave, and ashort dis- v5Utb cif llm nnt whnra Mr ''H cn.pr.F, s to build stood the "Cse in wnirh Mmi1 .Tnlin Kav Hilled in the battle of Bon- THE REFORMER BRATTLEBORO, VT.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1901. l...... ' TO,"' IC Will bB lOHllv tnr J.n 1. and will s"" i iue start. employ 50 (Jeoroo A Krili.tr J U11., n , . .. Iba Wniinii in ' , nlMt"1 " iaiiel , ' min i n ZUp"'?b" Br" r"c"nt V"rt Ht"t'. were ,.rrl. iV. " uuur BC Montpelior Bat ducida U ti. V , " th0 C0UH to Ir , nL v , ''"''ty "f the marriage in ew Vork state. Th brido ii Ii! horitieV l-'of up ou- can 2.. 1 B1.rl lZ 8t tb0 jail nnJ can only 8ee her husband or her fath- oi in tho presomte of a third person. for thn,0"UWirS mc,,s elected l . . or.sO!,IB year, by the Vermont liar HH.OC1, ion Ht Montpelier Wednes day l'resideiit, Johu Voung of New port : yico presidents, W K J.dir son of ooi 1st rif, K c Archibald of Man chester. K W llulborJ of Hyde Park; secretary, J U Mimins ot St Albans tiensurer Hiram Oarleton of Mont! nelier; board of managers. John H hoiHer of Mor.t pelier, Alex inder Dun rott of ht Johnsbury. YV L liun.apof Ilurl.nBtor. K M Uutler rf liutlard and J D Demson of Kandelph. The bur examinations are still in progress. Judge Dnrllng i A.il.iaiit Sjccrelarr ofthe Navy. Frank W Hackttt, assistant secre tary of the navv. will shoitlv rni;.. tie will be succeeded by Judge Ithas i waning oi uenningtoe. Jiidgn JJar liog waa ,orD in Woodstock Way 9, Jpp' "e received hie education at the Montpelier seminary and pradu ated from Tufts oollege in He studied law and located in Bennington in ISSti and the follow elected judge of the municipal court of that place. In lKi he whs I'lpptml representative to the legislature aud was one of the leaders io that, tinned during that session. He was president cf the Vermont liar association during the year 1MSI7-H8. MATTERS AND THINGS FROM VARIOUS VIKW POINTS. Chm. II. Darling. With apologies to Mr Gilbert, it ati- pears that the Vermont gentleman who is to become assistant seoratary of the navy aeiuriod his knuwlodge of aquatic alfair.a iu a law partnership. UoHton IJorald. Fnllh lii Pronlor, If it ho true, ae has been intimated, that Fbtcber Proctor is going just, far enough into the gubernatorial race to get a lien on the governorship in liioti, wo are disappointed. Mr Prottor ought to be mau erough to either go in or keep out. He should be, and we be lieve he is, above making lerms with the "ring" by any such inethuds. Ludlow Tribuno. The Messenger has heard several once ardent Dillingham men allirm that Ihey wr io greatly disappointed iu their candidate. One who wis instru mental in helping carry one of the large tonns slid, "Ho has done abso lutely nothing. J made a great mis take and now wish 1 had worked for Judge Koss, who made his intluerce felt throughout the nation to the credit of the elate, the first session ha was in th.i Somite. He should have been re elacted. " Mori isville Messenger. 'delim it I.,,, Fata t Mistake. ' Sldf l,y hc mlt, of Brattle I'liM, People. 1 '! L.i.it.ikn nevlnet back- 'tbe ii :he first symptoms of kid- i'niiipiienf iong follow. kuii. y j'jiig cure them prompt- til too late. lis Diabetes Brlght'a !ha' i I'.rattletmrp plriipn sava: f-B i! Newtnn of ft Flat St.. '. ouster by 8 H Smith & j!: i'-y spelU mr kidney 'me t , years and at euch times ttxtv. (iu acr,ine across my 'O'nl i-i.,r or less medicine aaid "1 f. r i: hut I nerer found anv- "tL'v, .. i,,.. nmrn.... ,lif nn. 4 1, . " . '' . ,i, ; Kidner Tills. I found " i ' what I needed. They ,n'tr.t ia ,(, snnt. notonlvre- eine but curing It per In lured lii a Laboratory Kxploitou. While at work in tho state lab, irn- tory of hkgiene ot Burlington Wednes day morning. Dr M J Wiltse.the direc tor, was seriously mjuivd by the ex plosion of an alcohol barrel, over which he had been working. lie was search ing for a bit which had fallen through the titinghi.lt) of the barrel, probiug for it with a long wire. He lighted a Weisbaeh burner for more liolit end placetl it near the barrel. As he drew the wire from the barrel rirons of al cohol ignited, the rlames run to the rarrd and an explosion followed. Dr Wiltse received the farce of the bliw on the chin and was thrown nearly f feet. . His chin was horribly bruised, the esfj from each hand was torn to the bone and one kaee was seriojsly injured. My.terlous Drowning Caie at Mompeller. The body of Timotbv J Lynch of Montpelier. waa found in the Wiutmski river Tuesday, near where Dr II L Watson narrowly escared drowning Sunday night. It has been learn 3d that a party of which Doctor Watson acd Lynch were members, were at a house not far from where the tragedy occurred until an early hour Sunday morning and that Lynch fell in the river at the same timo Doctor Watson did. He was not misled until evening. Three arrests have already been made and more will f How. Foul play is suspected and the authorities will sift the matter to tho bottom. An autopsy Tuesday showed that Lynch met hij death by drowning Dr Watson was arrested Tupsday on charge of intoxication and, after rieid examination, was allowed to go on his own recogtizance. Mrs Lnnis, at whose bouse the party of men "ere. the mgbt of the moaning, is under arrest, al the two men who wera there with Lvauh and Watson. LEADING WINDSOR COUNTY EVENTS. Il-lhel. Tho iieiv owners of the Itefonncr have ailoptt'tl several ehiingoi of policy, one of which Is the abandonment of the edition which I bitvti published fur almost it year past. I hereby extend cordial tbiinks for the gener ous mippnrt of my townspeople anil for the intercut which has been show n in my paper during this time. I inn also gratified to the correspondents in surrounding towns who have given ex eel lent service gratuitously. Although in y connection with the Reformer except us an ordinary correspondent has ceas ed, 1 am sure that in some respects the paper will he better than ever. My relations with its past mid present owners have been entire ly friendly und I regard it us the best paper of its class in the state. It will still con tinue to give the news of this vicinity. Wkki.ky Mll.l.Klt. was attended at her resilience Wednesday. ! liev liiiioini tvurncr oiiiuiaiing, Anna M Hrown has returned to Oiiin- liriilL'epiii t, Jbtss. after a few day s at hoi on a viit to her mother, who has been seri ously III, (eo Ifii-onin and wife of liuthind. U SI ibtssain of Aver, Mass, ami Herbert llassam of HttsHcl 1 were in town to attend the fu neral of their Mint her. C 1, bunds brought in the first deer of the season here. Lille.l by Tozier of I'ittslielil. The constable, after lending his rille. hud the satisfaction of Heightening it deer out of his ciinilielil ilh a shotgun. , Deputy Marshall l.uke Parish of Itandolph was at ll W Moi re's Wednesday. Frank Greene and Robert l'utiiiiiii of Hanover, X II, spent Sjtiuilay at J .Sar gent's. May I Savage ami Kllen M J'reston have bought from Mrs Ida Savage her house on aldo street lor C H Hiistii). wile and son attruileil the fureral of Mrs Dustin's father, (ieorge liub eofk, in (iuysvllle Sunday. The first tit er slavers of the season report ed in this section werelTozier Broa of I'itts lielil and 1! K Wilson of liaysville. Mrs Harriet liird has sold her farm and residence to lirailford lirown for sjj. Mr Cheater. Jason C Jones died at his Main street home Moiidnv after 'a lingering illness of three years from heart trouble. Mr Jones was born In Windham In IStj and resided In that town until lii years ugo, when he moved to this place. When 17 years of age he enlisted in Company C. Ulh Vermont infantry, and later with the heavy artillery, serving 'during three years, and at his death was a member of Henry pol, ; A II. A wife and two children survive him, Miss Marion and Jason l. Mrs Jones is postmistress of 'heater. The funeial was held Wednc-ilav afternoon. Rev Henry I, ilallou. Rev Jo' Davis, Rev Henry Crocker ami Rev .1 H Wilson, pastors of the local churches, nllieialing. The burial wits eondtieteil by Henry post alul took place in llruoksiilc. cemetery. Give IDlli a Chance. Tho Grout people aver over and ocer again that the general baa no oesigns on the sanatorsbfp, but simo of them I I!rovll ,vii take possessiuu April 1 ... w u.at. t,oey nave ..ear., or lormer , A ,ie nf the vi,,,, schools have Dillingham men who are dis-appoiutod been urged to he vaccinated, because of the because tho w inner of last year's prevalence of aiiiall pox in liiirlington. fight did lot pull Stewart's whiskers, ( jtov w A inner attended the funeral in nrean me iianaio or iuituRD s pitcn- , (ivsv lie Tuesday of .Mrs Xiinml lla-sam fork and wipe bis pen on Hoar's scanty locks during last winter's ses sion. Undoubto Jly No single fac tion has R monopoly of the fools. KeBsonab'B nin who are in the ma joritywill give the new sonatnr a fair oproit'inity to show his worth before passing judgment on him. Kaudolph Herald and News. Better Days for Vermont. One need not; lie tin optimist to aeo the proaress Vermont s making in the industrial lino rs well ts a boimt for summer visitors. When lines of elec trics interlace the strtte then will our summer visitors outnumber all other ftates in New Kngland. for nowhere in tnis group of states ia there such I variety of attractions as in Vermont All along the line of industrial orcra- tiors there sooms to be renewed en terprise and or.ergv. The mineral wealth of the state is yielding ureater returns as ita development progresses. In finance there seems to lie confi dence and stability both conducive to the prosperity of every industry, in retrospect tha past season has lieen a boom to Vermont, and while it has not beon all that could be desired, yt there is pleasure in knowing that the trend has bioa upward aad ouward. Grutjn Times. Uncle Brail Mot Exactly Optlml.tlc. Uncle Hrad Smalley of Vermont, ex- Uemocratu.' national committeeman was over at the oth Ave hotel the other day lung enough to tell his old cronies that he didn't believe that he tunc Id live to se the election of an other Democratic nresident. Uncle Hrnd helned eteer the party when it backed neither insanity nor socialism. Bostou Kecord. mr i, j JfLv 'ftl.M 'r !-!: '.'dealers. Price 50 cent". ' Co, Buffalo. N V, eole i S. the uitae Doan'e and :ite. 'i K (Jreece, C3 Main St. A Little Habit of Proctor'.. There is politics, let it be observed, in th splnotinn rf Charles H Darling, wbo is described as a municipal judge in Hennincton, Vt. to he the successor of Mr Hackott in the effice of assistant secretary of the navy. Senator Proctor got in ahead of the wcoib procession with bis pledge of the support of Ver mont to the Roosevelt candidacy in 1!K)4. The choice of this country law yer, who knows absolutely nothing about naval administration, to help John D Long run the navy, is the first fruit of the Verrront senator'9 easi ness in the Koosevelt band wagon. Hartford Times. John H Merrllleld or Men Like Him. a. Lno nn Vnrmnnt elects lieutenant- governors and other officials whose only claim to office is that they have hung round for it until they have disgust ed evervbodv and are allowed to take it to r r .1 of them, so long win Ver mont rave reason to blush at their ac tions. Now for the coming year -c knr,.gli o mpn are plenty oi uuu, mur, line John II Merrifield, Col K J Kim ball, C J Hell and others who would undoubtedly taHe the Domination if it were offered then, but they will not go scrambling over each other for it lme hogs at a trough. Will any of to em be nominated? Not if all the cheap politicians in the state cao prevent it. Barre Times. BENNINGTON COOT r. Lamla-rove. ir,-. nidiia Abliott has sold her farm to Marshall Hapgoo.l of Rem. Chas tahrenger. who has wnrKen lor r. . k.. the nat year. Ins lured out to -M .1 Hapgood and moved to Peru. The West River ITelepaone tou- . newteephoiieinstniiiieiiis.il." . house, in town and there are three m l'i onnected with the local lines. rn. w..tn nf Iiniloiiderrv is teaching the' fail term of school in DM o 1 : Mrs A I lee Bowen of San.lgate in Dist .o.. and Civile Wright of Londonderry in i;.-. Vrt :1 Mrs H X Fuller has been .pike HI but i re . . . .r i spm of London- .lerrv l guest at Joseph Hams - Mf Marlon Cobb spent a part of last week m few dava in I helsca.-Mii.er Fenn is att. nd ie school at Meri.l. n. X 1II'-M'".nf1' Colhurn is visiting friends l M A Thomson is repa.riDj : th Moore houHe which he recently P'' Vk ,, nrdson of Weslon is at work for J h r n Miteva Nichols has eold her bouse and M to V A t ooledge. T ti f Alorgau Hnrie la King. Tho splendid showicg mailt) at the Par-American Kxpcsition by the horses sent there by tho Vermont Moi gan Horse lireedors' assoeifit ion serves once nora to bring forward tho fact that the Green Mountain state is still the borne of the best examples of this famous breed of horses. Otter ectior,s rf the country' have sprtirg into prom inence in tbis line ami have proclaimed themselves more loudly ; but they have not been able to eustaiu their claims to pro-aminence in actual contest, es iu the case of the chibits or prizes at the Pan-American. Vermont's climate, water and othar physical conditions are well adapted to tho breeding of stock and if the farmers uf the state wauld devote themselves to the best, straits in cattle, sheep antl horses, they would have less cause to complain when the market conditints make eom mou scrub stock worthless. Mlddle burv Ivegistor. A. a Board of Trade. Some of the brethren are taking falls out of the dormant boards of trade in their respective cities and towns. Ic scema a question whether these organi zations are as a rule a benefit or not. Judging them as they are, and uot as fhey might be, they are usually for ornamental purposes only, and simply serve as an excuse for complete apathy on the part of the public. A boarti of trade is supposed to have for its chief aim the promotion rf home industries and improvements. Hightly organized and constituted, and sustained as it should be by the whole citizenship, no reasou exists why it should not be a power for good. " Then, when it fails, the board gets the kicking. If the right spirit prevailed in a town, that town would cot require a board of trade, although it might serve a useful pur pose. If the rignt spine does not pic vail, the board of trade might as well adjourn sine die. The same spirit that pervades the town will be felt by the boarti representing it whether lively or listless. Kandolph Herald. mother of F V Hassain, one of the oldest residtnts of that village. The Whitcoinb High school football team defeated Randolph High at, Rundulph Satur day bv a score ot 5 to 0. The next triune was to" be with Woodstock High on Thursday ami next week a game with (ioddard Semi nary is expected. Rev C M Charlton has received his com mission as chaplain in the U S navy, with the rank of lieutenant. lie left Tuesday for tiloiicester. .Ma-s, expecting to be ordered within 1(1 days for duty on Admiral Remy's Hug ship, the Brooklyn, now in the Asiatic sijUiidrtiii. At the annual meeting of the library association Saturday most of the oflicer w ere re-elected. The library is tilling a large place in the need .if the community and it is hoped that more of uur people this year will pay the membership fee of if I as a contribu tion to an excellent Institution. Ka.t llrthcl .Mrs Mary Fowler is sick. A H Hnwen went to Rochester Saturday and returne.l Sunday with -Mrs linweu. Dr Henry Itreene nf Hoston, .Mass. was Inline to attend the auction sale last week. K A Stevens and Mrs Kuiiua (ioul.l visited at A F Waterman's tbe lir.st of the week. It is reported that Francis Olincs has bought the David ilacket place iu Tiinliridire. Miss II Green was obliged to leave school lust week on account of the illness of her mother. Middle branch Orange held a meeting Saturday nfternooti and discussed roads and deserted' farms very interestingly. The next meeting will be on the afti ruouii of the lirst Saturday in November. filiarnn k There was a husking at Frank Dexter's last week. Miss Manley returned to Westuoro, Mass, Monday. liert Perry of Randolph was in town .Saturday. Mrs Ida Orcutt of Randolph was in town last week. Mr. (ieorge llrown has gone to boston and Lowell to visit relatives. Mrs A II Itailger and .Miss Cilley v isited in Randolph the past week. Miss Celia Marsh has so far recovered as to be able to ride to the village. Mrs (ieorge Howe vi-ited her old home in nartford, Conn, the past week. Mr and Mrs Monroe of Weston arc visit ing their daughter, .Mrs R It Fay. (leonre Shortt has bought nf Miss Persis Follett the old Follett homestead. Miss Hut tie Cilley a nurse at Tewkshury. Mass, is isiting her sister, Mrs A It badger. Kugene Hunt and family of Massachusetts have been visiting his, father, John Hunt the last week. Mrs Sam Kiuiball is in l.ynn. Mas, visiting relatives. Marion is staying wilh her father at South Royalton. Mr and Mrs Frank Wal.'h went on the Boston cxciiridon last week. Mr and Mrs I ( has Wheeler are carrying on tbe farm lur I them in their absence. The Ladies' Society held a chicken pie supper at Steele Chapel last e.'enin from O'.to! s o'clock. After supper there was a literary 1 entertainment and a social time. Bartholomew and Miss Annie Fentun hate I licit cd their goods and have gone to South t Itiiyaltnn to icside. The house vacated by I belli has been rented to Fd Ashley. Nob. 316,310,330 and 322 llRi Wasfon Street, Boston rft'&BaW CP H Highlands OeH" .CMT E covered with j thirty years ago sotsS good ss ever to-day. Mr. William Donaldson, 690 Blue Hill, Dorchester, Mass, built these housts in 1S70 and roofetl them with MF Every roof is as sound to-day as the day it was put on, although exposed to the sea air, so destructive to tin plate. The extra heavy tinning of MF makes it the most durable roofing made the only tin that lasts a life time. Trade mark stamped ou each sheet. Ask your roofer for Mfr or write to W. C. CftONEMEYER. Agent. Carnegie Puilding, Pittsburg, for UluBlruted book ort routing. AMERICAN TIN PLATE COMPANY, New York. rjl.lnrt araU'Waai Uncle Sam Remarks: KlII.KOAUS. Fossil 1'ills. The demand is proof of their worth. Dr. Agnuw's Liver Pills are beating out many fo.-il formula lit a quarter a box. They're better medicine, easier doses. aud to cents u vial. A thou-and ailments uiiiv arise front a uisoniered liver. Keep the liver right and vou'll not have Sick Headache. Bil iousness. Nausea. Constipation and Sallow Skiu. too pills in i"i cent si.e.- :tl . Sold by (ieo. K. lireene and F. H. Hidden & Co. West Wlmlanr. Wilbur Derrick has moved back to place from Windsor. C Silver fell while picking apples la-t week receiving serious injuries. The young people bad a husking at Kd Suwin's last week, with a tine time. Wallace Dlmniick is disrging 11 cellar for a new house which be will erect iu the spring. Frank Woodruff arrived home from York Slate last week with a drove of over mi cons to winter. William Anthonv will sell all of bis person al property at auction this week, on account nf ill health. .Mr Harlow has moved to Wood-lock, hav ing sold his place to Fred Rich, who will take pessession soon. Unite a number from this place attended the Spear-Rich wedding at the I nivei'salist cburcli al llartlanu last ween. The annual hunt occurred Saturday with Fred Rich and Minor as captains. Fred Rich heal bv 130ft. A supper was served in the etening at Brownsville. An old landmark was destroyed Friday on the Kendall pi ne when the maple tree which measured I'Jfeet and eight inenes arounn ami four feet and four inches through, was cut down. As (iuv Tavlor was taking a load of apples to mill la-t week, the bridge gave way. ami the king bolt Hew out of his wagon, letling him and his team down into the brook. He received serious injuries, although no bones were broken. He is intended by Dr Morgan of Felchviile. The horses ran with the fore wheels ipiite a distance ami one horse w as badly hurt. The VV'linla of It. The reason that prohibition does not hibit is because the people dont w ant t .i it. (iroton Times. pro-have I hi " ' 1 tm'- " reflectIon li'-'V1 dainty, no light sokvSj f 3 glow that r ll jfi M : conics frum ,m Mi WaxGsEdlesfil 1 Vr.j.tiTP.1 in manj r. 'ortmts VLiaS P?i A u liaruioijito witli uur- ft tfvSS VriA: roiimiuiBri in dining "'WftSra Ik,') - room, ifrawimr r.ioni, A, .js la EHfA L.-.1 room or Sold fjtB "I see that C. W. STKWART of Brattie briro. is selling lots of pianos. He has iliil'erent makes and sells direct from the manufacturers and by mail and ad-verti-iug. sa ing all possible expense to the purchaser." I'ncle Sam is right. Correspondence so licited. C. W. STEWART, Ocitlei ill I'innos mill Oigii.is. BR.VTTl.Klltino, VT. '.'."tf-eof Prescriptions. Our Prescription business is our special titld. We have at our command an excep tionally complete stock of the ties! chemicals and preparations obtainable. We allow no substitution, you get just what your doctor orders and you arc charged just w hat it is worth no more, no less. No fancy prices here. Huyler's Candies at C. F. THOMAS' Druggist. I CNTRHL VEFMOSIT RAILWAY CO j Soiif hern Dlvlalnii. j CorrtTtol tu Oct. j OOINU SOITIf. I Tr.'ilnM le.1v0 liratilolioro u follow-: a. in., lijtiiy f r SnriiiL'fiold ami Saw York 7 :i a. in., lor" Millera Kails, Palmer and New I, omiin. Coun.rtttifj at Mi trn KalU with It'jfllon H Maine R. II,. at Palmer whli liosum A Alnrinv Ii R . at .New J-ondon with N. Y , N. II. .V II. K. I!. i.H a. m., fur Springfield and New York. 10. L'i a. m., for Mil-ei-n Fails Palnier and New London, connurtiiiff at Millers Kails for lioe- tnn. 1 i u in., for Sprintrileld and New York. 4.3h . in,, fur Suintrileid aud Sew York, Sunday only. p. in., for Millers Kails and (stations on DH-- uinn Piit-tn ie Maine H. H.. Palmer and New London and New York via Norwich hine. (iOINU N-'UTII. Trains arrive at liraitleboro as follows ; I l.oo a. m., from New Yuri' via Norwich Line and New London a lo from Stirintr.ieM. I.hi p. in., from lio.-ston via Mitlersi Fallb ucd from New Lmidon, '2.t'tt 5.45 and lfmy p. m., from New York and Sorinjriieid. lr fm run ' ally. 10 iNi p. m.. from New London. 7.44 a. in. Mi u day only. Newspaper train licm New York. Uifr-Subiect to rhanpc without notice. Trains run week days only except a noted. U. .S. LO;aN, V. P fin. I (i. M., St. A Hians. S. W. CU.MMI.NliS. 3. l'.A.,5it. Albsnr-. B OSTON AND MAINE ft. R. Coiiueclfciif and Pa.amiiptilr Dlvl.lou t orrected to Oct. 11 I'.ml. ' TIMINS litU'Nil SOI TII. Leave Itellowa Kails, A rr Hratllehoro, Lertve si;lh Vernon, ' tiieemield, Arr Sprliigiield, 11. 111. 4.411 .5.1S a. m. p.m. p. in. 1..5 'J.ln lti.1'7 a.'-.' .v.'" 11 ji 4 0: oils . 111. a in. p. in. p. in. TRAINS Rtll Nil NORTH. Leave Ite'.iowe Kails t:.:i(i a. 111., 12.I-: ll.i."ip in. Arr Windsor S.j."j a. 111., 1.05, .-t.i.", p. m. flti.'ll.: Tit V INS MIRTH ISOl'Nn a 111. p.m. Leave sorlngtii cl, li.trt 1-J..VI " l.reenticl.t, In li 1.4s " Hraitletu.ro, I lift i ;ii iir Uelltia s tails, 11 .ii S.ir. a.m. p.m. TRAINS SOI TII not'NII. T.euve Windsor 3..Vi, 7. it a. ni , li.i," .'..In ; uiixc it , p 111. Arr neiu.itv Kails, ! :jn, lit a. 111 , 1.17 e, an (ni'xetl), p. 111. Ilally. SuDtliiv paper train going north, leave Bral tleburo 7 4. a. m. iaolng piitnh, leave Bfatlleboro 4.3i p. m. Ar rive Sprliigllelu ii.18 p. in. U.J. KLANDKUS, Gen Pfiss and Ticket Ant. p m. e in. 3 i s.ic 4 Si 'H.ii 5 .Tll 10.111 6.40 IH..VI p. III. p. la. 1.08, !.:l. Oayjvlllr. K W H'hiti'onili and W K Perkins have re turned from their visit to the Ittill'alo exposi tion. The funeral of Mrs Naomi Hassain, SI, A VETERAN Tells of a Thrilling Expericnci in the Civil War. From the Bracon. Isonardntown, -Vil. Mauy veterans of the Rebellion en", recall incidents iir thrilling an the cav alry charge iu which the narrator of the following experionco nearly lost hie life, ami, unfortunately, many of the old soldiers have disabilities tUnt are nu- pleasaut reminder of their days in the Is if hura? Use Or Tbomas; Bcte&i'oil. A cut? L'wDr TI.om.s Edestric Oil. M your drugg.Bt The Deer Nuleanre. But to tbe farmer and fruit raiser the prevalence of the deer bast become a serious nuisance, iue huiqjbis arts so numerous and taice that they run over cultivated farm lands and gar dens, and puke their noses inti the windows of farm bouses. Ihey se-m ti unJeistand that co onu dares kill ihem. and that tho hands of every- boiiv are tied except for 10 dja in 1 armv. To all such this story will have each vear, and men as itjainst, tnn 1 all axcept one deer per hunter. Ihey trample uon and urowse upoo ine eromrg cram aru veueianies. anti tbey go tbrouttn orcnaros line an in sect plague, sharpening their bores on tha trunks or toe trees, ncrapinR on the bark. bro3in on tbe leaves and eatine and knocking off the fruit and trampling it under foot. u or.nnary fenoe or wall stands in tbeir way. anil the situation for the aiiricttlturist nines down to lUst this. Kither the s ate legis"itura must extend the open hunt ine season and increase toe num ber of deer which one person may take, or be nui9t go to the expense of putting a wire feccinu eight f-et high or higher about all of his cultivated and orctard lands. And this is an ex pense that few Vermont farrueis cao afford. The complaints have finally bscojoe so general that the next legislature will be foree l probably to taka some action. The state game commissioner is quoted as saving that the numbera of the animals jiie still increasing rap idly, notwithstanding the work of the short open spssnn. and that the legis lature of 1902 will have ta adopt more liberal game laws in this .articular. Tbis will be necessary if Verrcont is not to be given over from agriculture into great game preserve. Spring beld BepuMicao. j a peculiar interest and may suow me. way to restore health, strength ami en ergy. Mr. William H. Whiting, of Mt. Hoily. Vu.. says : " Vhc11 the Civil war begnul joined To. 1 of I he Tenth New York Cavalry. In isrttt. while serving with my com pany. I received a sabre cut that caused paralysis, and for eight months I was obliged to lie in the hospital at Wash ington, D. C. I afterwards tried many doctors, but the paralysis remained as lwd as ever. I suffered from chills and my general health was not good. '" This continued until about eight vears ago when I read in a upwsjjii-mt of tbe cures effected bv Dr. Willinms' Pink Pills for Pale People. I began taking the pills and soon found they were doing ine good. Iu six months' time I was completely cured ; the par alysis has not returned and I never have the chills now. My general health is also better than when I began taking Pink Pills for Pale People, and, in the eight vears that have passed since I first took them, I have never had occasion to cull on a doctor.' Signed. WILLIAM H. WHITIXO. Subscribed and sworn to before rue this 14th dav of .Tnnnarv, 1!K)I. Jons L. Beai.e. Seal I Notary Public. At all drngcisfs or direct from Dr. Williams Medicine Co.. Schenectady, K. Y., 60 cents pi:r box; six boxes, $4.00. The Horse-shoe Copper INCORPOitATKD IX THE STATE OF NEW Mining 0 JERSEY. ompany Capital Stock, $1,000,000. 100,000 Shares, Par Value $10 each. , Full Paid and Non-Assessable. General Offices: Park Row Building, New York City. Bankers: Mercantile National Bank, New York City; Bank of SatTord. SatTord, Arizona. DIREOTOnS: I. L. Ql.'AI.KY, M. K., President. .SatTord. Arizona. KDWAItl) K. 1IAYT. Secretary. 171 Broadway. N. Y. (Treasurer Htech Island Marble (Quarries, Patterson, Putuain Co.. X Y.) KIIAN K S. WEM.KK. Treasurer. 21 Park ltow, N. V. (Formerly of Tetlt, Weller & Co.. Inc., New York. HENRY K. HUTCHINSON, Fulton and Clinton Sts. HON. FRANCIS II. WII.SoN. Brooklyn, X Y. i President Brooklyn Hank.) (Postmaster of Brooklyn.) .1. X. I'OKTFI!. Satt'ord. Arizona. LOUIS GUAXCiKK. .'iS4 Broadway. X. Y. ( President Bank of Satford.) (Capitalist antl Retired Importer.) C.Et. V. SHEFFIELD. Pomnton. X. ,1. .1. II . DOHERTY. 2N0 Flathiish Ave, Brooklyn. (Managrr Innis .t Co., lije Wood Iuiprts.. :! Cedar St.. New York.) (Capitalist and Contractor.) The Hnrse-Shoe Copper Minins Company was organized to ac(tiire and operate PROIHTINO COPPER MINES. OI! TIIOE THAT WERE IN SIM H A STATE OK HK ELoP.M EM' THAT. WITH ADIMTiONAl. CAPITAL FoK SYSTEMATIC MIN IM antl eoiiiiiment of tbe property with new autl improved machinery, could lie IJUICKLY PLACED UPON A LARGER EAl!MN(.i BASJS for tbe shareholder. After many .tests and exhaustive examinations upon the part of competent mining men. which extended over a period of several months, the Great Eastern Group of Copper .Mines was actii!'tal l.v this company on August s. loin, and is now owned liy this companv free antl clear ot all debt. This properly lies in the (Jila Utilise of Mountains, in Giuliani County. Arizona, and is within twenty-nine nule of the town of Salford. on the G. V.. G. .to N. Kv. lit an air line over the mountains, it 's within twenty-two miles of the famous copper produeint; mines of Phelp. Undue and Co., at Morenci. Arizona, the surface formation and the nature of the ores on those mines lieins identically the same as the Great Eastern. The Incline Shafts, exposing lartre bodies of rich ore on the Great Eastern, cannot lie u-ed in uiiiiintr th ore in apnreeialileipiantities and in order to carry on extensive oierationw cheaply and expeditiously, a Double Compartment vertical working shaft is rcipiired. The contract for sin king this shaft 401) feet .leep.nn.ljeipilppiiigit with ample hoisting machinery, has heen let. and this work i now heiug vh; uouly prosecuted. The completion of this shaft will trive two LEVELS inti teet deep bv .'id leet wiile bv It.iHMl ict Ion..'. cunTaiiiitig ore ot an an r aire value. WITHOUT ASSt IKTMKNT. of 4J PER TON. the ASSolt I'ED ores "girinir returns of from !io to '.'7.'i per ton. Being within nine miles of the railroad, the ore produce.! l.v these mines can be sold to the Custom Smelters at El Paso AT A NET PROFIT AFTER DEDUCTING ALL CHARGES, of tH PER TON. This shaft will Ise completed l.v February tirst, when shipments of :si TONS OF ORE DAILY TO STABT WITH WILL BEGIN. This will give a NET PROFIT OK 11'I0 DAILY. OK OVER : i er cent on the capital stock. This will Ic steadily increased as the work progresses, and more room is afforded for employing additional miners. Tbe ore from which these returns are gotten lies In the water level of the property which i found at a depth of 'JOO feet, and in addi tion to the rich ores. THERE IS ALREADY UPON THE SURFACE OK THE PROPERTY, ready to I blasted out. many thousands of toil, of low grade ore, averaging 4 per .flit mpir, which, with a Concentrating Plant, can be worked up at a pron't of $s per ton. In order to purchase and install a UK) ton Oneentrating Plant, which will wure an additional ineone of fsun daily to the company, it has lieen decided to ofl'er for public subscription .i.OtKI ares uf the capital stock of this company at t7."l per share until I let :',1. after w hi. h date tbe price will lie raised to 10 per share. Make checks, drafts or money orders payable to the Horse-Shoe Mining Company. SEND FOR PROSPECTUS. IN CONSIDERING THE PURCHASE OF THIS sTOCK AS AX INVESTMENT. REMEMBER. (1) That 'his i a VALUABLE MIXING PROPERTY owned by this company and not worked on a bond, and that it is nut a Prospect, but a Mine that will he tpiickly returninit large profits to the shareholders. (2) That the proterty is managed by the President, who is a Mining Engineer of long and extensive exHsrience in the ojK'ning tip an.I managing of Mines. (t!) That the affairs of this company are in Ihe hands of and carefully looked after by the directors. (4) That .'HI r cent per annum will he paid on the par value of this stock upon the completion of tbe Double oniparlnient Work ing Shaft in February next, and an additional 20 er cent when tbe Concentrating Plant is completed, r . per nt altogether, w hich will tie increased to pin per cent before one year from tiii date. (51 That the purchase of this stock at ti per share is equivalent to 50e. per share of stock of the par value of 1.00. (til That the Mock of this company will lie .piickly advanced iu price and hs selling at ":) per share within six month., att. I at Slon per share within a year. 24-W