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VOL. XXVI. NO. 25.
County Correspondence I K ;hy;i ;,iutii-il Ceiuar. ... k lost one ot liis spun of .' k ! lockjaw. ,t -wii in tho rlnireh Sunday . I. The recitation liy the . in !! line. Tlie eliurch was ... i i . ?' tlic occasion. . i- -i iiiiia up a steam mill on , I "uiiK Wellinan for the pur. :.'! in pine limilii'r lit: him pur- i inan and other. ,-bshT anil daughter 8tarle.il i r linine in Kloiicla after mmier here with relatives. 1 peiuliiiK a few (lavs with .'. !: Vv Lesjate. Charlie Totter - .11 liiO hakets ol peaches at a Iir Miller was called to ee Mrs -.ite aturilay. 11 E Thayer and u tlicir parents and other relatives I ,;iiday. Krank Holbrook of hi- cousin, Mrs F E Thnyer,Sat- l.rren ltlyer. i.iiimV twin babies won the tirst t. in iv show held in llolyoke last v. i-.l M He.m of Greenfield visited tv". l Tlimnpson a few ilavs this .jllt'l ; T.lllll .IIHI lie IU J.UUIIIU to attend the Tan American expo- I frrK - Halifax. niti r- are not so numerous as fox ;i.t now . . Xilc- was in town lust week look- , nnv ni (ireen ew tieer nunters are A ... L" tt.i Vis' ni.rth a'niuU I (iUSui; m r ,. "- - " fer fvCro'icr ami laimiy nave jusi return. j..i,'n' a carriage drive to Boston, Dedham .i'.-.-Lfr cities in Massachusetts. They had Vallier mil a pleasant time. We li W.irri ii. whose saw mill and jelly a' nvre imrneil to the groirad.one year ago .Vy. i putting in new plant southeast Ta-.tii- tile Warren mill formerly stood, ..r ic-.-uiiipleted his jelly mill, that he ;sa5..,, w.uk in it last week. Ek...,- A;' mi and family of Wilmington ' Mr Aden's sister, Mrs A C .Jones last i,.. L iiii Nile-of Hrattletmro visited his !, i. t II Ni'cs last week. Mr and Mrs H ;;,.!,.. ,il (.rccnlield visited Mrs Hack tin. V H Niles, this week. THE REFORMERS BRATTLEBORO, VT.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 190! to Hrattleboro Thursday for lii.-bardsou & Co. J MJi"SSe" I1.1'!? V"w ioinc,l 'e anny of b".1.!.',n',e,rot'k.""J-i- iiusiseJl intends lo us iu us value. i atricK Hoaran. our lmstlm blacksmith. po-and w iViU'"''1'- of,he. WllUio, am ... ......... ,jvmunt repairs on the same. vi "N-e No :ts V & M raised brothers of M LA ,'" (, Tallin to the decree of Master Maon Tuesday i-veninir. Visitin- li 'nsWere. ,'res,'"t 'rom" Greenfield, ?,f",,lcl n,!a Nor,h Adams, Muss Jacksonville and linitt'elmro. A banouet was served at the Vermont House and the feast ot good thini;s as well as kind J..r'iii!i and anmsms; stories were enioved till a lute hour. The Lodne was h'iii'hlv complimented on the perfection of its work. Mrs Selina Putnam ami MrsE I, Putnam or bprim;lield. Mass. who have been visitins.' here ami m Iteadsboro have returned home. .Mrs K J I itus called on friends in Somerset a few days last week. E C Best, an employee at the Wilmington t.rum ami Lumber Co, is III with tvphoid fever. Martin Buringt on has moved his family from the Ware place east of Kuponda to winter quarters in Mitchell's camp in Uover. .Sydney Xewton of lirooklvu, N Y, is spending a few days in town,' stopping with MI. ISurr.-i: P Crafts, Jr, who re cently purchased the Haskell farm, has just received his household goods from Holyoke, Mass, and is getting settled on the farm. Bust Dover. D 8 Prouty is building a house and barn on White hill. A 11 Eessenden called on some of his friends last week, returning home Monday to Hrattleboro. Adin May is working lu a saw mill for Will Kitch of Wilmington. (i U Hale and wife have returned from a week"s visit in Hoston. Mrs H Worden has gone to live with her daughter. Mrs tieo Mather in Marlboro. Mrs Sophia (irauliering of Hrat tleboro is with her daughter, Mrs' W Howe this week- T;.. A jHtktniivlllv. ' iv, ;it to market MoiuUy with 2'iU M ii 1,' Comedy Co played at Grange r.i i) t u-iiing. i " have broken their eider press ,. Hem- tlu ir applesjto Colrain, Mass. has his new house for the post- ;i iainlii will soon be ready for r'.i us from Worthington. Mass, ii'e who have bought U li A ;...-:v "l young people enjoyed a very ii- ir fM iii'ng at a corn husking Monday : ei : . al I!) roll -"Prague's. TU i-Me are invited for Saturday after- J-. ;.;ci celling to see lue prouucis ui inriu !.::,...--hoi 1 of the inembeis of Kiver, j: .-.:uii and Halifax Granges and to join ss -.'ciai intercourse. tot M irv Brown, who has been failing of it.ii t l last week Thursday at, the home of jfr uC.-ater. -Mis w ales cneney. i ue iu- xf h-ld Saturday, Kev Mr I.eigil othc jnii. Mrs Drown in her long life always :i! a -raiic and kind word for everyone. .ait. two daughters, Mrs Cheney and S: I U Taylor, and one son, M M Brown, !::: Icaet. E L Robert- and daughter, Mrs Taylor, of i-iStttoro. were in town last week. Dri Bri.tii and Mrs B B Fitch of North Adams h. vstki on relatives Fridav and Saturday, -tn Hryan "f Couneetieut. is visiting his rajtr-in-iaw. II M Boberts. Mr and Mrs 3r.- are visiting in Boston. W H Han Hiakhu 'he butter at the creamery !;.'' ine inittennaker's absence. Lewis ii.-has iiuri'liase.l Clarence Grousbeek :.f.-A A IluUtrh'eld has been housed with :f:ti,,i.;,ti..ii of the bowels. Hal Pike -i r..-!r'iiii the "Billv" house to the teue i c - Mrs iphelia Stetson's house. West Dover. Harrv Adams has the contract to hitn thp church and will soou begin the work. Miss Maude Stark spent Saturday and Sun day with her sister. Miss Ellen Stark, in Do ver Centre. Mrs Murrav Harris and Mrs Win Harris will spend a few davs in Green field this week. Mrs Nora Hail, who has been visiting her mother in Wardsboro, has returned to W L I'pton's.-Kred Johnson has been visiting relatives iu Manchester. X H. iti-,. Whltlnghain. ino-.v has gone to Xew York with lot cattle and sheep. Mrs Jennie -r aa- gone to the Pan-American ex -.-Mi" arrie Bolton visited at Hal over Mirnluv. II E Knowlton am went to Wilmington Tuesday. Will --r! ha.- linishcd work in tbe store of r Brothers. Mr S A Wheeler has her house here in the village. Mr K;ord of North Adams are visit :v I! A Nichols. Mr Siblev and Mr ! Atiml. Mass. were at the hotel over .- Mr an I Mrs Ed Jewell were 'o :t..eiei '.s Tuesday, Ar Th Karlboro. Ilaiiadav and familv visited at mias' Sunday. i .ii-iling at E P Adams' are here pose of cutting Christmas trees. is have decided to hold their annu '- 'm: pic supper and sale Friday eveuing, ':a'.-r l. l nine one and all. -Us' the ah.ence of Carlev Hamilton "He .lav last week, some one en itiir house' and took between $2.0 and iu anil a gold watch and chaiu to Mrs Hamilton. 'i KiL Wilmington. 1-an. 1 Son have their store raised iire l, and a marked improvement Ciiinniings, agent for the Life of . is delhering his orders, having ;t l-'o voiiunes. yd e of our thrifty fanners, lost 'i:r of line oxen Sunday mornln; 1 coked while tied up in the baru. 1 !ot. are nlentv nowadays. W M ; i: h iHd a nice lot which he takes pverv'ork Weakens Your Kidneys. nlisitty Kidneys Make Impure Blood. ," t:sr.J in your body passes through :-i c-.sys or.ee every three minutes. The kidneys are your blood purifiers, they fil ter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected t:.-uble causes quick or unsteady ?. Lr.i makes one feel as though rt trouble, because the heart is ; in pumping thick, kidney- ti;od through veins and arteries. ' te considered that only urinary --.reta be traced to the kidneys, r ;ern science proves that nearly ::r--iciul diseases have their begin s ' k-.ir.iy trouble. ; : - :s sick you can make no mistake r;' - . ring your kidneys. The mild Jmr-Root, the great kidney remedy is It stands the highest tor us '- c .ires of the most distressing cases -' n i-.s merits : - .:i;'sinfifty- - - :.-dollar slz- ElSsWSfc O-ii - : ay have a-si-3 :'e by mail noma of sidiB. -fimphlet telling you how to find -hi.e kidney or bladder trouble, r. '-..s pper when writing Dr. Kilmer --ha.T.t3ii, N. Y..' Ik a T" -s ?;''r;uble. '!v r:J i r:nt Duinmerston. Miss Cora Kinney i ill at Austin Laugh ton's. C D Sargent, a veteran of tbe civil war, has gone to Bennington to spend the winter at the Soldiers' home. Senator E 11 Miller Is building an addition to his house which will greatly improve its convenience and appearance. Joseph Patch and family came last week from Worcester, Ma-s, and are now occupy ing their cottage recently purchased of Mjs Henry Campbell. School Xo 5. which has not been in session for three weeks, reopened Monday witli Miss Blodgett teacher, in place of Miss" Spauldiug, who resigned on account of illness. A running match Tuesday afternoon be tween two of East 1 lummerston's heavy men, resulted ill the downfall of the heavier man. with a damaged leg and the prospect of sev eral days' rest. Otis Amidon has sold his meat market in Fitchburg, Mass, and with his family and household goods returned to Inimmerstoii. Where he will set up bis Lares and Penates is not yet decided. Mr and Mrs Merritt Huntley and daughter of West Hummerston spent several days at S Kellev's recently. John Sheldon of Green field. "Mass. vi-ited bis cousin. James A lieed, last week. Henry Heed aud bride of Thorn dike, Mass. are spending their honeymoon here with their parents. Mr and Mrs C O Keed, and with a brother, Herbert Beed. In Londonderry. Mrs Cora Lanisou of Thorn dike, Mass, "was also a guest at C ' Beed's recently. cine. Sylvester Ilawson has bought the Clias Barnes residence on Main street of Willie Barnes. Mrs John Babcock, formerly of this phue, but who has lived with her daugh ter. Mrs John Underwood, In Londonderry of late, was brought here for burial Tuesday. The funeral was in the Baptist church at'l o'clock, Kev Mr Evans of Londonderry olli-ciating. Townihcuri. Kov E A Royal who preached in the Bap tist church Sunday is expected to occupy the pulpit again iicxt'Sunday. Tbe new furnace has been set un Iu the Congregational church and was used satisfac torily for the first time Sunday. Jonas Allen has been on the sick list but is improving. His sister, Mrs Jackson of Put ney, is Mopping with him at preseut. A game of base ball between the Wnnls- boro team and the Seminary bovs was played at Wardsboro Saturday. Score S to ti in favor of Wardsboro. A meeting of the Matrazine club Is called for Friday evening, Xovember 5, at Mrs Edith Lowe's. The mairazines for last year will be on sale and everyone who is inter ested is invited to be present. Miss Nellie Xobbs, a former student at & U seminary, has been visit inv in town the past week. Other guests of the week are Colonel Dutton from South Carolina and Miss Birdie Batehelder. Kussell Blood and Edith Sanders were home over Sunday. - brother of Mis Frnaces Eddy and Mrs Plimpton, from New York, came Saturday tor a visit with iiis sisters. Mrs i'ilinptnn wno is rrom oreenhelu, has been stoppin here awhile. West Townshtnd. Mrs Sweat and Miss Stollker who have spent the summer at Geo Sanderson's return ed last week to their home in Albauv. X Y. Mrs George Dompier of Putney, is spending some time with her parents, Mr and Mrs C X Boynton. Mr Franklin of Lirafton Is to move into the house soon to be vacated In- Henrv Allen. Mr and Mrs Lawrence of Grafton have been guests at George Lawrence's. Mr Johnson of Jamaica has entered the employ of W H Taft. Carroll Keiyden of Hrattleboro was in town over suuuay. STRATTOX. Happy Kveut mt Bomlvllla. A happy event occurred at the home of I) Styles of Binidville. Monday, when their children and grandchildren gathered from tar iimi near to celebrate with them tbeoi inniversarv of their wedding day. After a bountiful repast had been enioved. a hand some willow rocker was prcseuted to Mr and Mrs Styles. Among those present were Mrs M K I.all of C'amoridgcport, only si-tcr of Mrs J I stvies. r. r. sivies anil lanmv 01 iiawsonvuie V L stvies and family of Townsticnd. A 1 Styles and faiuiiv of Straiten, C C Allen and family of Jamaica, and others. Tbe funeral of Hannah Stirague was held it the church Oct 17th, llev O H Palmer officiating. Our town seems to be the mecca of doer hunters just now. Carl Bond was in town on businc V ednesdav. Ilea Edwin L Grout has gjne to Cold Spring. Mass, to visit his daughter Mrs C A Smith. Mrs A J Pike is not as we S K Johnson of shuiesburv, Mass. is with his father. Putnay Kev Mr Hazen of I'ittslield will preach at the Congregational church Sunday. Mrs II I) Powell has invited tbe Belief Corps to meet with her Friday Nov sth. A S Patterson has been appointed to deliver the valedictory at the Baltimore Medical college which lie is attending. Sickness among teachers as well as scholars has interfered with the schools. Miss Sawyer returned to her school Tuesday after a week of illness. Miss Kinney in Xo 1 is sick at Dummerston and her place is supplied by Miss Cora Kathan. Miss Lucy Whitney of Xo i has her place supplied by Miss Kate Booth. Luke Blood died Tuesday night. Mrs Jack son was called to Townsheud Monday on account of the illness of her brother, Isaac Allen. Geo Wheeler and wife of Manchester visited at her brother's F I) Kendall's a few davs last week. Mrs Donnelson of Wilming ton is a guest of her daughter. Mrs B M Switzer. Mrs Eugene Willard went Monday to Palmer. Mass. to visit her parents. Mrs Charley Stockwell and daughter returned Saturday from her visit iu Boston aud vicinity." Windham. Mrs Alvinza Holden and son Raymond left for Michigan Tuesday, Her son Earl accom panied her as far as Hrattleboro. Kicbard Pigott, w ho has been in Boston for a short time, returned home Moudav accompanied by two gentlemen who came to see his farm with the intention of buying. Mr Pigott's family have lived in town six years and made many friends who would like to have them remain. Xina Coleman is in Saxtons Kiver with Mrs A J Stearns and attending school. Mrs Leon Colby, who has spent the sunc mea at her father's, went to Landgrove Sun day, where her husband has work. George Carlton, ir. and familv visited at Londonder ry Saturday and Sunday. M J Crowley of New York city, Harry Deaa of Peckskill, X . and George Scbwenck of Staten Island are at M H Ingalls's for a ten davs' deer hunt. Wil- vVcatmlnster. i,. .ml Vn Will Dunn and son of miugton. have been spending the past week with Mr and Mrs Joseph I nderwood. Mrs .lanies Bardwell and son of Hrattleboro, spent Sundav with Mrs Sarah Nutting. L c Klchardson "and wife spent Sunday with friends in Putnev.-Mrs Jaouitb has returned from ber two weeks' vacation.-Mrs sarsh Nuttim'goes this week to Mt t aroiel. U. to visit a daughter wno resiues uic.c. Gore of Bellows Falls, is a guest at 1 C " man's. BHOOKLI.K. Golden Wadding. Mr and Mrs Loren L Kinney observed the .-,0th anniversary of tbeir marriage, net linn. ind in the evening about thirty of their nel-hbors gathered. Cane a m cm re ..m " r." . s noon, written bv It C W llcox of Manchester. N H. was read by Her G II ..',",. " .. i.mthr of Airs Kannev. 1 se ful presents were given, bclittiug the occasion ,,-ir i .i.n, ami son have returned with Mr Adams to their home in Howard. It I. Miss Lillian Barrett has gone to sprmgneld, Mass, to spent; tne seasou , ou Kewfena. Miss Lottie Densmoreof Townsbeud and Frank Morse of Ward-boro a.e wo. King . the County iioiei.-c "TV'," ,,,. Worcester. Mass. are mi. " - . .i n A Benson leave soon for a few weeks' visit in ibeWest.-Misst.rpen er i visiting her sister in Grafton.-Mrs Major Houghton, Miss Barrett aud -Mr Elmer of Bn"ttleboro were at tbe County Hotel over Sunday. G ran on. Prof Charles Cambridge is having hi sum mer residence here painted: Daniel Parker has tbe contract. Mr Parker has alio paint ed tbe house and stable of Mrs licleu Hamil ton aud A M Covey a building. G F Kichliekl. who recently entered the eniulov of the Boston Maine load as tire. man. is home with a sprained ankle, caused by a fall lrom his engine. Dana Murgatroyd cut one foot severely while chopping recently, seven stitches w ere reipiired to close the wound. C s White is reported to be slightly better, and hopes are entertained tor nis recovery Geo Willard, a former resident. ha been vis iting friends in town. Miss Eili Dvvinell ha: returned from a visit to Boston. Homer Nourseof Saxtons liiver, was in town over Sunday. Mrs liose Knights of Diinimerston. is the guest of her cousin. Mrs 1 E Palmer. Jim Wilson has finished work at the hotel. Ernest Stowell is at work in Keene. Mrs J Henrv Stowell visited friends in Townshcnd Saturday. Miss Amy Davis is visiting in Northampton. TUB PAN-A.MEUICAN CONOllliSS. Anil The Titan of I.ntln Amarlrnni About us a ad European gchamca of AgRraa alon , (F K Guernsey's Letter tothe Boston Herald.) The congress will be iu touch with the great European merchants and bankers who have made fortunes in Mexico, and all ot them naturally opposed to the southward extension of American trade and political influence. Kvery European diplomat, will lie a secret agent to bis government in watching for the inner thoughts of the delegates. Whatever cau be done to promote lack of harmony aud to defeat the purposes of the American delegates will be effected. It Is a fair tight and Europe bus a great stake In Latin America. She does not want a customs union, a common system of weights and measures with the I'nited States, aud an assimilation of the commercial law of the two great divisions of the American continent. Europe's policy must inevitably be to divide and weaken Latin America. Her ultimate aim Is partition and colonization and this is perceiv ed by some of tbe able South Americans already on tbe grounds. But thev equally fear the I'ulted States and Its golden'gifis, and its desire to participate more freely in the development of their respective countries. Some of ourhot beaded jingoes have made sieeches iu recent years most alarming to the South Ann rieaus, and these wild words are remembered. So Latin America Is distrusted both of the I'nited States and of Europe, believing neither to be aeturated by unselfish motives. The character of President Koosevelt ii eagerlv diseu-sed among Latin-Americans, He is regarded as one of tbe most ambitious of the world's rulers and Is bound to make a mark In history, i-.e Is admired, as strong, resolute personalities in high place are always admired : he is praised for bis devotion to high ideals in domestic politics, but he is believed to be a statesman who.will hold South American countries to rigid account if they penult American interests to lie harm ed.' "All von North Americans arealike," said, the otherdav.an observant south Ameri can, "vou have one Idea, tbe domination of the new world. McKinley was prudent, skil ful in hiding his ambitions, but he arrived at his goal bv diplouiatica'lv concealed indirec tions. This young man you have iu the presidency Is a Bismarck, 4:! years old." I have heard Koosevelt disciissediiu country towns, in little shops, in ollices, and on the street corner: everywhere the profound Im pression i that heis'alorceto be reckoned with He elicits admiration, as I have said, but he is looked on with something of apprehension. Few Americans call realize bow. in Mexico, the penny press has stirred the natiou into thinking. KOTISOS. A new railroad i- to be built across Cape Breton i-land w bich w ill open up new and rich coal fields. Adi-lleti Corbin reports that the' total casiialitii s among our troops In the Philippines ha'v e been ii,;i-.'l. AMW1CHKH, The emperor of Austria, 71, has reigned 52 years a longer period than any other living sovereign. DeWitt's Little Early Kisers never dls appoint. They are sate. "prompt, gentle effec tive in removing all Impurities from the liver UHil bowels. Small and easy to lake. Never gripe or distress. Greene's'drug store. 2 "Ethergraphy" Is the name advanced by a writer in tbe Telegraph Age for Marconi's great invention, wireless telegraphy. Dr. Agncu-'s Ointment Cures Tiles. Itching, Bleeding and Blind Piles. Comfort In one application. It cures iu three to six nights. It cures all skin diseases in young and old. A remedy beyond compare, and It never fails. 3.") cents M. Sold bv Geo. E. Greene and I' . 11. Holden & Co." A Denver doctor states positively that the vermiform appendix has certain 'secretory duties to perform in tho way of lubricating the great intestines and that any interference with it must be attended by disorders of fatal nature. Convince yourself that Ely's Crenui Balm deserves all that has been said of it as a means of quick relief and final cure in ob stinate cases of nasal catarrh and bay fever. A trial size costs but ten cents. Full size. 50 cents. Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros., flu Warren Street. Xew Y ork. Messrs. El.Y Hints. : Please send me one bottle of Cream Balm, family size. I think It Is the best medicine for catarrh in the world. Mt. Olive, Ark. .1. M. St iKti.rz. 5Iessrs. El.Y Buns. : I have been afflicted with catarrh for twenty years. It made me so weak 1 thought I bad consumption. I got one bottle of Ely's Creati Balm and in three days tbe discbarge stopped. It is the best medicine I have used for catarrh. Proberta, Cal. Frank E. Kinlkscikf. For sprains, sellinsJ and laneni there is nnthins so (food a Cbyinber lain's l'ain Balm. Try it. Fur sale by Brooks House I'liarniney. Secretary Cortelyou reports lhat Mrs Mi-Kinley is doing very well and beginning to take inte're.-t in business affairs. A Bridgeport, Conn, judge. In a recent divorce case, refused to accept, as conclusive, the testimony of women as to whether or ujt a mau was drunk. One Short I'll II Clear the. Ilend. Does vou r bead ache ! Have you pains over your eves? Is the breath offensive r These are cer tain symptoms of Catarrh. Dr. Agnew ca tarrhal Powder will cure most siupnorn cases In a marvellously short time. It you've had Catarrh a week it's a sure cure. If it's of Hit v years' standing it's just as effective. .VI cen'ts' 2li, Sold by Geo, E. Greene aud F. H. Holden .v. Co. Senator Hanua is out In an Interview to de-.- tbe reports that he thinks of resigning and be declares that be will support Presi dent Koosevelt's policy cordially and frankly. It Is estimated that tbe prosecution of Molineux has cost New York state over .'OU.isiio to date, besides the cost of bis main tenance at Sing Sing for more thtin a year am! a half. Mothers every where praise I tne Minute Cough Cure for lue siiilerings it has relieved and the lives of the little ones it hassaved. Strikes al tne root of their troiitile and draws out tbe hillainmatioii. The children's favorite Cough Cure. Greene's drug store. H The Bishop of Nova Scotia recently de dared in the Halifax' church the Duke of York was expected to attend that "the belief in the divine right of kins is dead and I thank God for it." The Reformed Presbyterian church has uspended a member vvto took out naturali zation papers for sweiring to uphold the constitution of t lie I'nited States, which it regards as immoral. Twenty hitherto unknown small nlaneta betw een tbe orbits of Mars and Jupiter have been discovered py means of the astronomical camera at Ilcidelourg I'nlversitv. It is further intended to map and photograph tbe entire sky and catalogue tbe neitiilad. When you cannot sleep for couch ing, it is hardly necessary that any one should tll you that you need a lew does of Chamberlain's Cough liemndy to allav the irritatipn of the throat, ar.d make sleep possible. It is go id. Try it. For sale by IIr)l;s House Phar macy, fr The spot in the temple of niu-ic at Buffalo where tin; pre-ident was standing when be was shot Is indicated by a large brass star set in the Moor, and a space about six feet sijuare is inclosed by a wooden railing. had long suffered from indigestion," writes (i A LcDeis, Cedar City. .Mo. "Like others I tried many preparations but never found anything that did me good until I look Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. ( tne bottle cured me. A friend vv ho had sutlc-cd similarly I put on the Use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. "He is gain ing fa-t and will soon be able to work. lie fore be used Kodul Dyspepsia Cure Indiges tion had make him a total wreck. Greenes drug store. f A magnificent waterfall has Iteen discover ed in Hawaii. Toe water h as a fall of on ft. and a llow of more than a million and a half cubic feet per minute. nai Mra M anh'a Very Wurda. V'Afterenting," she tells usT "I bad awful pain at the chest, nntl my atomach felt dull, cold and wretched. The lit tle 1 ate did in b on good. I could hardlv straighten myself out from pain and wtakneis. Thus i dragged on until I was cured liy-C'alcura Solvent, the. new medicine, di' covered by I )r David Ken. nedy, of Kennedy How, Kingston, N Y.'' Alfdruggist3 $100. A cable will be in operation between San Francisco and Honolulu within ten months and will be extended to tbe Philippines with in two years. Jamaica. Miss Nellie Hobbs of Holyoke Mass called , friends in town last week.-Mani are XiViypns i in very poor health. -Mrs iiano citizens, t. iu j r i.,.. i wtipr mr- Wight of ti "-", 7 llnw.rd.-EHa .Mr an.i t"". ,.: h.r fnr til wno nas hoi i-i . brother WHIie and other relatives , this plac-Mr ano. rs . v Howard sumay at--" in 'raou where he move.! un- h- nrnrtk will ojten an ofiic for the practice of medi- It's a mistake to imagine that itch- can't be cureu; Buuev . i.vtir.t. relief ItcMD'a UlDiraeui, "- and petroanent cure. .- " tote, oucccis. drog Vernon Kev It F Lowe will preach In l iiion church Sunday alternoon at 2 o'clock. The I'nion' Church Association has re. celled a handsome gift from Geo E Fairnian, consisting of 0 nice chairs for tbe use of the choir. Dexter Stockwell recently bought some land of Mr Harnes nud is moving a house there which will soon be in readiness for oc cupancy. Several families have moved to vernon to remain until the timber is cut and awed from the lot W G Doolittle purchased of Mr Barnes A steam mill has been placed upon the lot and Mr Field of Greeutield has charge of the work. The Vernon I'nion Church association will bold tbe adjourned annual meeting 1 uesday evening, Oct 23. in I'nion church. The meet ing will be preceded by a ten-cent supper to be served at 7 o'clock. It is hoped every mem ber will lie present as business of importance is to be transacted and officers elected. The Association would be pleased to welcome new members. Mrs Martha (Trlerl Kimball, well-known to manv in Vernon, died at the home of her brother In Ashby, Mass. Sept 12. after a pain ful Illness of about two w eeks. of heart dis ease. She was au aunt of E X Brooks, for merly of Y'ernon. now of Seattle, Washing ton. " Her ancestry was the same as ihatof Daniel. Samuel and Erastus Tyler, all form erly owning farms in the south part of Ver non, and ot tbe Tylers of Tyler Hill. Mr and Mrs Wvatt Fowler of Greenfield visited at Geo Hubbard's last week. G II Hubbard has returned from a trip to Meri den. Conn, where he spent a few days with bis son. E G Hubbard, aud other friends. F S Woodard is spending a week in Spring field and Wilbraham. Xrcbie Clark, who has Iveen spending a few days at J S Woodard's. h- riiurncl to Holyoke. Herman Brown and family visited his" parrots, Mr and Mrs 1 A Brown last week. Mis Allie F Morse visiting friends in Worcester and Boston. Mrs Sumner Elling wood i spending a few days with relatives in Halifax. Herbert Fairnian and family of u-nr,-.ter are at H W Fairiiian's for a short time. Mrs 1 E Webster and daughter. Mis Ethel, who nave been spending tne summer at Wood lawn farm with Mrs tebter a sis ter, Mrs r- ti AKtey. slaneu ..ittuoav imiiu- ing for their home in uainsvuie, r uiriua. Mrs Arthur Jackson and aon Kalpb and daughter Marlha of Eastbampton are at i h.riM .l:n ton' and II A Streeter's for a few davs. Mrs Edith Lee ha returned from a vi.il "in Chicago. Miss Zelia Johnson will have ber house lighted with Acctylem gas. adding much to her very attractive home F E Johnson and family attended the Porno na grange meeting in Town-heuJ Thursday. JULIUS C. TIMSON Po yon suffer from piVs If so ilo ro turn j real ESTATE At.KNT A AUCTIONEER to stirgerv for relief. PeWitt's Wil.-h Hazel Satisfaction Guaranteed. Salve will a-t tmtre.Uickly, wirelr and sately. . - M M saving vou the expense and danger of au Union Block, Claremont. N. M. operV-iou. Greene's drug store. 3 EstauHsfced 1W0. Long Dla. Telepbeat. It llappcueil lu a llrng Hfore. One dnv last winter a lady came to mv drug store agd asked for a brand of cough medicine which I did not have in stock," says Mr. C- J. Grandin. the popular druggist of Ontario, X. '. She was disappointed ana wantea to know whar cough preparation I could recommend. 1 said to Iir that I could freely recommend C'hamherlain's Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and afrer giving it a fair trial, if she did not tincl it wnrtli tne nionev to bring hack the bottle and would refund the price paid. la the course of a day or two tho lady came back In company with a friend in need of a cough medicine nnd advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlain s Louiih Iieinedv. 1 consider that n very good recommendation for the remedy." The remedy owes it great popularity and extensive sale in a large measura to he personal recommendations of peO' rile who have heen curert bv its use. it is for sale bv tbe Broofes House Thar macy. Tbe Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore nasestaoiisoeo a course id iuc ruiiii'pini. dialects. Special attention is given to Tagalog. tbe language of the famous Tagal tribe, which contains tbe principal literary efforts of the people of the islauds. The new Ameer of Afghanistan lias made bis three brothers the neads of tbe army, the revenue department and the judicial depart ment. The obvious purpose of course is to avert a war of slic es-ion such as has always followed the deaths of Ameers. It Is stated that Gen Miies in Ills forthcom ing report will advise agaiust any change in the cauleen law uutil it tas bad a longer and fairer test than has yet been accorded, i'be general was quoted in these columns several mouths ago as inclined to favor the law. Tobacca plantations are being started in Norway. The Increased duties on lobac o iigived upon by the Storthing are expected to cover the treasury deficit. There have been more shotting ac-idents in the tir.-t 2" days of this year's hunting -eason In Main tban ever before in spite of tbe special law passed la-t winter, imposing a penally of 1.0'io or ten years' imprison inept for carelcs handling 'of forearms in the Maiue woods. The tax gatherers of Mansfield. ). the late Senator Shtrman's home, are suing hi- estate for about J2SU.IJO0, which is the amount claimed to be due on account of dodged taxes on personal property for five yours pat. It Is practically admitted by the executors of the estate "that some f l.VlOo.ooo of personal property belonging to the estate has been es caping direct taxation. By the way. It is a rather interesting coin cidence that, while tbe Kepublicans of tins state have nominated a candidal "for attorney- geiieralwbo voted for Cleveland in Isst. the Democrats have nominated a candidate for lieutenant-governor who worked and voted for Blaine at the same time. I tn the score of ondoning irregularity, the two parties in Massachusetts may be said to be ipiits this year. Boston ueralu. Dr Fedor de Maartens of the St Petersburg I'niversitv. the great authority on inter national law. is making atourof the I'nited states for the purposeof studyingthe econom ic conditions under the i oiis'titutioii : to ex change views with Marquis Ito, of Japan. and to endeavor to insure tbe meeting of the permanent Court of Arbitration, which,! although appointed under the decision of The Hague Conference, has nev er assembled. The Ifoer commissioners have petitioned to be heard by tbat tribunal. A Youthful Financier. A coiTi'gpondcut usks, Will some of your iiiiitlipiimticnl geniuses kindly tell nio If 1 ii m nlisoliitely devoid of tho enleiiltitiiiji fiioulty Iu not being nlde to wo through the. following threes cornered trick, sliull I say? A beggar boy nsked nn old gentleman In the street for Hixpenee. "What will you do with It If I give you one?" asked the old gentleman. "Turn It into uiuepencc quick," re plied the boy. How?" "(Jive me the tanner, and I'll soon show you." The boy got the money, darted off to a baker's shop mid bought n three penny loaf, with which he returned to tin; old gentleman mid handed him back 3 pennies. "How's this? You said you would make the sixpence Into tiiuepence." ".So I have. The baker's got three pence, you've got threepence and I've got a threepenny loaf. That's nine pence." Pearson's Weekly. BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS Of America Use Pe-ru-na For All Catarrhal Diseases. The Lanithter of Sn vanes. The general Impression one derives from tho accounts given Is certainly that savage tribes are not victims of a sullen despair, but, on the contrary, have a large and abundant mirth. Their laughter and other signs of good spirits are of the most energetic kind. Darwin and a number of travelers as sure us on this point. The Tasma nlans, I.ing Hotli tells us, accompanied their loud bursts cf laughter, with movements of the hands to the head and quick tupping movements of the feet. The loud, deep chested character of the men's laughter is sometime specially noted. A recent visitor to central Africa regrets that under Eu ropean Influence the deep chested, hearty laughter of the men is being re-phi'-eil by what Is known as the "mis sion giggle" hi the younger folk. In terim! ionn I Monthly. An Olid Vent. A correspondent of CassoH's Maga zine reeonix a curious freak on the part of sumo wasps iu Gloucester, Eng land. The wasps were noticed going in ami out of a luck which secured a work shop door. The owner of the shop had the lock removed to satisfy his curiosi ty about the doings of the busy work ers. He found a nest inside The cells were made of mud and were full of larvie. There were several dead wasps Inside the lock. As the lock was in almost daily use the wasps could iiut have had a very peaceful home. The Vonne ot the Sen Devil, You mny tin il in the sea devil a curi ous Illustration of nature's system for adjusting reproduction. The cod lays several hundred thousand eggs at a spawning because nearly all of them must necessarily be lost while flouting on the waves and those which hatch are mostly devoured. Hut the sea devil. which produces but a single young one at a time, retains the latter in its belly until the Infant creature Is from four to six feet in length, so that when born it is able to take care of itself aud is lu no danger of being destroyed. Mrs. Toft, President Valkrein Association, ot Chicago. , Mrs. Catherine Toft, President of th Valkrein Association, of Chicago, in a recent letter, writes the following : 6(Jlfl Cottage Grove Avenue, ) j Chicago, Ills. j " Knowing of the very satisfactory re sults from the use of Peruna In cases of a worn-out system and a broken-down constitution, I have often advised it, and am glad to speak of the well deserved praise those who have tried it have given it. It is of superior merit. I endorse it." MRS. CATHERINE TOFT. Letters of gratitude from various insti tutions of the country, to the manufac turers of Peruna, indicate the high ap preciation that these institutions hava for this remedy. Mrs. Clara Makemer, housekeeper for the Florence Crittenden Anchorage Mis sion, of Chicago, writes the following letter from 302 Chestnut street, Chicago: "Peruna is tbe best tonic I have ever known for general debility a sure cure for liver complaint, and a never-failing adjuster in cases of dyspepsia. I have also used it in cases of female irregu larities and weak nerves common to the sex, and have found It most satis factory."'Mrs. Clara Makemer. A book written by I)r. Hartman oa the different phases of catarrh aud their treatment; also "Health and Hr-auty," written especially for women, sent free to any address by The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. CARL F. CAIN, TAILOR. Altering and Repairing of Ladles' and Men's Garments. .Cleaning and press ing. Authorized Agent for Lewando's Dye Co., also Wllder's Improved Coat Hangers. Biattleboro 117 Main St. til Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant renei ana never fails to cure, it allows you to eat, au the food vou want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By itsuse many thousands of dvsnentics have been cured after everything else failed. It is unequalled for all stowacn irouoies. It can't help but do you good Prepared onl y by E. C. TieWitt A Co.. Cliicaeo Xhoil.bottlecontains2!4 times tbi-oOc. sue. Creene's Drug Store. How to'1"" Raltf properly and cook rcjag it with one of the 1 II Jf" ft Jtf 8 S5 C Ranges J WWjc Baking ceases to be an un- -pgfr Vk. erfijirfrf ,7 certainty with the asbestos jgf "V Vew-rg'.x S foTjfieln.WalHerPrtt MS ' Sf V JOHN CALVIN, 53 Main St. rCU Ri SOLVENT For Indigestion, Constipation, Im pure lili lod. and troubles of the Liver, Kitliipys and Madder. He moves gravel and other lime form ations, lleiimrktilily successful in complaints of Women and Child ren. Pleasant to the taste aud very gentle in its action. It is A New Medicine Abreast with the Times, the outcome of the long experience of Dr. David Kennedy, as a phy sician. It will not disappoint. If druggist is out of it send SI for hu ge bottle, express prepaid. sample bottle will be mailed if you write to address below. Dr. David Kennedy, Kennedy Row, Kingston, K. Y. FREE MILLINERY. HH- Trimmed, Tailored and Outing Hats. Our assortment of these popu lar rendy-to-wear Hats is more comprehensive than ever, repre senting the best ideas of the city trade. We have an elegant Trimmed Hats ranoinir from line of in price $2.00 to $20.00. TJlOiS GREAT COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. K-taldished 43 year. Offers features which cannot le found in any other school. Ilundreds- ot graduates placed in lo-ition annually. Send for new Art Catalogue. Thankiug you for your previous patronage, trusting we may have the honor of seeing you this season, Avoid Exposure Keep l!ie cfu'-t, bnci: rim! thrmt wnnti, and there will ho iittlt W ttii-r of colds, coughs, pneumonia, ciics: or luny troui'iL'S. FROST KING SSS, FROST QUEEN Sflt, ( Tailor Made Are m.i.!o tn keep the entire upper portion of tlie Intlv v;irm--tUe throat, chest and hack. Made of chumois skin, the best cold-rcsister known. Thev hoid the heat, and keep nut the cold. ovtn fabrics do not uivo sccuriiv In chaneine: climates. These Vest wiii keep you well, and help you to enjoy the winter days. Made by Bauer & Black, Chicago, V. S. A. For Sale By ;i:. i:. MIEKM:, Hrattleboro, Vt. S. W. EDGETT & CO., Real Estate 1 Investments Now is a good time to buy a House for investment or a Home, call on us and sec what we have. Farms, village property, any thing on earth. S. AW Edc.ett & Co. itf Established 1878. Office and Ware Rooms First Floor, So. Main Street. Our Business la UNDERTAKING EXCLUSIVELY. We take full charge and furnifh pvcrythlnir rcUre1, Inclurtlnjr, Caskets, Rurlftl Suite, Heart, CarTlaKea, Flowers, etc. We rarrv the',Lritept onl Klnet line of Gooi in the stale. Telepbone connections day and night. H. 33. BOND. Funeral Director, BOND'S BLOCK, Brattlcboro. . t -