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' I ( - ?M ! .1 V I TIIK WINIWAM COUNTY RGVOltMKIt, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1002. WHERE DOCTORS FAIL To Cure Woman's Ills, Lydia E. rinkhain's Vc'tabU' Com- Itound Sni't cods. Mrs. Pauline ludsou Writes : "Deab Mrs, Pinkham : Soon after my marriage two years ago 1 found myself in constant pain. The doctor aid my womb was turned, and this caused the pain with considerable in flammation, lie prescribed for me for NEW WORLD HAPPENINGS. EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN SUMMARY. The Country Again Swept by Fierce Stormi 1 1 into for the meet intra. Texas Mob Burns a Negro Mine Explosion i The Uepubliean state convent ion met I Cost 366 Lives-"Prince of Starters" Dead- ! at Cleveland, ()., Tuesday. Its plat- form indorses tlie national luliiiinisirii- PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS WHAT IT HAS BEEN DOING THIS WEEK A Guatemalan City Destroyed by Earthquake Hon strongly, the Philippine policy The otliuial call for the sixth bien nial convention of the World's Woman Christian Temperance L'nion, which has just been issued, designates Gen eva as the place and June, VMi, ns the j Senator Hoar Hakes a Notable Speech in the Senate-Hosea B. Moulton. a Vermonter, Urged for the Vacant Seat on Supreme Bench, D. C.-Cousideiation of the Subject Unveiling of Kochambeau Statue -Death j beinij uneiu'ivocnlly indorsed with ft1 of a Remedy for Lynchings. of Lord Pauncefote. j special expression of confidence in, , notable contribution to the dis- Dudley Morgan, a negro, who is al- ! Gov. -Gen. Taft. i cussion of the Philippine question was leged to have criminally assaulted the j Gen. Finnan, former Haytian min- hnade in the Senate Thursday by Mr. wife of Section Foreman McKay of ister at Paris, and recently at the head ! Hoar of Massachusetts. He attacked Lansing, Tex., was burned at "the lot the army of the north, landed at! the policy pursued by the United stake by n mob at Liiusing Friday. Port iiu Prince Saturday and whs well j States in the Philippines, and was nt The negro confessed and was identified ; received. All danger of civil war i tentively listened to, for over two by Mrs. McKay, who witnessed the i seems to have disappeared. The gov- hours, by a large audience, every sen torture to the last. I .eminent is in charge of a committee j ator in the capital being in his seat. The executive committee of Tarn- ' ' sufety. A provisional government l Although his hearers were mostly nv TTjitl Vpiv Vnrlf. l);n'e voted to I is being estiii.lislied. without sympathy for His views nmp n Iri limvi r to tn ninnaire the f- t Another imiiorfnnt sfen in the affairs heltl them by FROM ACROSS THE WATER. MATTERS IN VERMONT. LOCAL HEWS, ho his mastery of the Fn- fairs of the organization in place of a j of the Methodist Episcopal church ! K"h language, the loftiness of his pur single leader, Liewis .Mxon having re ! South was taken at. Su'ndav's session j PJS'. and by the veneration in which A BRIEF RESUME OF OLD WORLD NEWS , THE NEWS OF THE STATE BRIEFLY TOLD i A Wealthy Rooster Volcanic Horrors Drive Miss Ellen ai. Btone to Bpeaa av uaiiuu i reaso1 Smith's fir"' ar.-aLi Amities: inr-Death of a Well-Known Inventor- -n " 111 W ZfZi-Uirl Hunting and Fishing Accident. - My.te-j SOUttUlU KCOVU or is loon Struck by Lightning in Bavaria-Aus- j rious Disappearance of a Washington Boy- j sold by 0U0 agl'llt III Cacll tp tralia Paralyzed by Drought, I Fatal Result of College Rivalry. j aild tOWU IS JlWllllse tile ,r, Benjamin Constant, the famous Paris The State Humane society held its, j,rietOI'S wish tilt' lllltlic tov artist, is dead. He was born it) I'uris j annual meet ing at Manchester ednes- j . . . Mountain II June 10, 184.".. He painted many por- day continuing through the afternoon j MHUII S Uret l .UUIIIlT.tlll jfc traits of wealthv Americans, his price j and evening. Officers were elected, j ovator WlieU tllt'V ask llrit,, being WO.UUtl. He first won fame as a plans discussed, legislation, etc. jjaye gome otH,,. m,. painter of oriental subjects. Motpelier is to have a school of sculp- 1 , , . ' A whole battalion of Turkish troops ture during July. August an; Scpfem- jllst as gOOU SI Mltlltfd has been annihilated by rebels, in ; ber, under the direction oi i, nai ies .11- jts i,i,aee, 0 SOU It 111 nt. southwestern .U'lioia. xne governor m-ri jjuj.ra ui .nr., - - -- of Mocha is said to have been carried ! extension of the work of the oorl art nwav ns a hostage. Numbers of Turk- j gallery, which was undertaken, last ish troops are deserting and joining ttie rebels. A renewal of Armenian atrocities on year. Mvron Mack, while on the mountain at liennidgton Sunday with a shot gun juts. r.vruxK .irnsox, Secretary (if Sclieriiierheni (iolf CIuB, llrooklvn, New York. four months, when my husband became ju' Wonderland impatient because 1 grew worse instead ; condemned of better, and in spviiUmg to the elms' gist lie advised him to get I.yriiil E. Pinkliaiirs Vegetable Coinpomiil and Sanative Wash, How 1 wish 1 had taken that at first : it would have saved me weeks of suffering. It took three long months to restore me, but it is a happy relief, and we are both most grateful to you. Your Compound has brought joy to our home and health tome." .Sins. I'.ui.ink ,1i'ison', 47 llovt Street, llrooklvn. X. Y. signed the position. The triumvirate : of the general conference at Dallas, ' he is held by his associates. Pro- . a lar,, Hcae reported from Adams, loaded it with a charge or giant powoer. uU,.tn,i u r-hnrluu T M.in.hv nl.nii.. I TVvjti. wli,.n iIib nrrlor nt Hnnnni.is : nounced and spontaneous applause ; ui Minor Tin. T.'ili nf Kirns has or- When he hied the L'un. it exploited no man, Daniel F. McMahou, Louis F. j was created. This is said by church j 1'i'oke forth at the conclusion of the ! mied systematic massacre in the j his left arm was badly torn as the re authorities to be the most, advanced i ! xeiier 01 LAiiurnnu uenv-1 district or Muscb. Xho t urns torruren ; suit. 111s rignt nana sou u im.-r :. and radical step ever taken in the er,d speech which was in the nature dozens of men and women by the Phil- i considerably injured. church policy and discipline. ' of a history of the legislative proceed-; jppine water cure. The intercolie-'iate debate 1 eld at; A irroar mass nf red hot nu-tal ! ""-'s . t.,.'rou-',J which the new Cuban j Then-hellion in Chili province. Chi- f'nnto . X. Y.. Fridav night etA'een dropped onto n lawn near Jamaica, U 1 ' , , . " V1 " 1 , ,, . 1 . 11 . . na, has been tiracticallv subdued, but I., Saturday afternoon. It was so ed discussion of the inim.gra ion , t, iul)1)bitan'ts of ,m, ,,roviDce are heavv that it took three strong men to ! blU- r"1 tllp pn'ir" ''!1.v ws. lnken ! complaining loudlv of the forces under lift it from the hole into which it had ; u ' ',h 'H8, "'enV,"; requiring an , v Khj K . fc- KOVPrnor of Chi Li, sunk. Some claim it is a meteorite : educational test for immigran 9 to this d alk-ge that his soldiers in inflict- but others believe it was thrown from ! "" " , ' , t"e , 'T I Ing punishments do not distinguish l llaifen. The Chicago Hull House woman's: club has condemned as unfit for juve- ! nile reading war books, all but two of Kipling's writings. Jules Verne's tales and the whnle range of dime novels. "Gulliver's Travels," "Kobinson Cru soe" and the average Sunday school book were declared to be the right sort of reading for the youth of the coun try. Louisa M. Alcott's works, "Alice and other books were James F. Caldwell, "prince of start ers," died at Saratoga Thursday of apoplexy. He was Go years old and connected with the turf all his life. For the last quarter of n century he bad acted as starter at practically all the leading race tracks in America. For many years he received a salary of 5C0,(X.H) a year, which was only part of his income. He was without a peer in the position. At the Brooklyn handi- 5000 forfeit if above testimonial is not genuine j cap of 1S!H he got 21 horses off as if It would ppiii lv this state they nad been but one witli but brief jt La- rence 'ini e sitv ana in ; uoi versify of Vernrnt was wo- by Ver-1 mont." T i q cstion was "Kesolvel , Th't the adaption of the fif.eenth ! amondme t to the Constitution of the United S'ates has proven unwi-ic-,'' Vermont d.fe ded the negative. ht at ! -Jefferson Chase, ttie well-Known in- rha ventor. died in Portland. .Me.. .May JO. iuxu-Ii wov ,lni;,-.rn,l in 1 1, o Uo. 1 o ...1 -j -..rt. A ..f u t ...1 1 ... t Iw, ,mm m un t i I B W S Him 1 H UOnCord J U I V 2 1. lS.il. cent May Is was more damaging than yritiu on ' the Philippine bill bv Mr. forces, with losses amounting to 15' (I ; The interest in machinery is a family tint of -May i. The I amlet of C bateau i Dubois of Idaho. He confined himself men in killed and wounded. The rebel I inheritance, Mr. Chase's father, -John m-i. Fu .u n j a1(lst entirely to a discussion of the leader Chiug Ting Pin was killed. The I uennison inae, iiamig imemeu ress by a cl ud which was be ched : comm,.rciaI and industrial aspects of I rebels are increasing in strength and ! first all iron and steel circular-saw lrom the mountain and the mhabi- ; the Philippine question, his purpose! Iioxers are gathering in large numbers mill ever made in Xew hngland. The t'lnts, shrieking with te-ror, endeav- 1)pin!; t0 suow that it would be u dis- I in Shan Tung province. son, since hisi'.jtb birthday, has taken ored to flee from the thro tened dan- advantage to the people of this coun- i . . , , , , out 31 patents. ger. Many had their limbs broken. try to retain the islands. He also held A "j'1'1'" 'UF! Zll lia A revolver and two files have been People continued to flee from the place ; tljHt ,hjs government's activity in the i htning near Augsburg, Uaiana. , , . , Xorth Hero occu. to ivingstown an otner owns all Lext i Philippines would arouse China and I t l ' 1 ' u " iT; pied bv Cpangelo. the Italian recently town and guarantee evr bottle to benefit, or nioin-v funded. If yon are all rm down; If you have 1 1st 1 inatisni, Jiao mwm, or i(Kl! digestion ; if you aredepn werei discouraffed and inKcialil. call and let us sell you a Imttl of Smith's Green Moiintau Renovator. It will not cit y()l; a cent if it does not do you l-'orsale at IlltOOKS Hol.'SK 1"HAI:MACT Mont Pelee during the recent great ex- i "' V t . T , r i v tween the guilty and the innocent plosion. Scientists will investigate T.n"le 10 t'ie omnibus public building ; , u , , , he facts surrounding its appearance. an,i u ws s,'n.t to conference. i A severe battle has beeji fougl . . ... i A temperate and carefully prepared I Chu-Lien-Sien, China, in which . e volcanic outb irst on St. m- speech was delivered in the Senate ; rebels were defeated bv the governi: dav. that "the dragon would devour the . ariiT". Ihe only person in the ba was Lieut, von 1 tiller, who was tele- nieiit that avoiiwii would save time and mticli sickness if thej would tt'ct Lydia K. Pinkliaui'a Veffetalile t'oiiipound at once, and also write to Mrs. l'inkliaiB at Iiynn, 3Iass., for special ad vice. It is free and always helps THE I-HOl T.ltNIONS. CR. ALDRICH. M. D., T niim Block, llrat- tlfbcr-i. Ullict-IiiMirs until i) a. m., 1 to 3 p. nj.. and 7 to 9 p. in. Telephone rVi-;i. 20-yI T AC0N &, HOOKER JL ami 14 CIIitv liuildin, Att'-rneys at Law. l-J Drs. B0WEN So TUCKER, Dr. Bowen. i Br. Tucker. Office and Res. Leonard Block. Ofliee hours: Till 8:30 a. Jl. 1:30 to 3 1-. M. 7:11 to9 r. M. Residence, lli(.'li St. Office hours at Block: 7:30 to 8a.M. K':3Uti)2 1-. M. ti:30 to 8 I-. M. delay at the post. ings of the court which tried Maj. of Indiana, in answer, contended that . '1honlD ob ervations to soldiers on Waller and Lieut. Day in the Philip-; the development of China's resources ! FT ,, t ! , H? ,)alloon1 wa,1 pines, disappioves of the accUittal :: would be of advantage in trade and '. j,.. ti T V ; V .u t . . - j ri i acqumeu oi luurucr. ,oaiJt;ei-j, n.tei his acquittal, told the jail officials about the revolver and files and said that he intended, if convicted, to either commit suicide or saw his way ' out of jail. He refused to tell how s thev came there. Fierce storms dama-T-d many see- i ' .1 ,:,ti .!...,, i.i i. ..t :..'..'... j ; struck tions of the country Thursday and 1 ri- i,f .,D- t.;i ,,i,..-....0 nr ., i.;.,i, ..,., ..,.,. ... .i. i i c. rapicm .ui (i lit,, uiiii, .n,ii; ui ,-lllwil -'llilllTl r- 1 1. llir ll l uril Oltlll'-, U?t lUC ll'll ' II 11 day. A snowstorm which raged for two thev have been ac.uitted, would be I industrial development of other na. : von Hiiler s feet were broken, but he ilnvi r o,l fi, lv rim mwi ow.j .nJ l,,,.,! .. ' , 1. At ,r , , , 1 .... , . escaocd further iniurv. " " -.' , unconsinutionai. uen. Liianee says uons nan oeen. ine House devoted - i r i ti,...,, nfc- invttn MM along tin! Wyoming ' line Tvo I j? W!', "'i? '. "T ,,W,SiD biU9 and t0 ! Aru'i" ht nJW from a Jleburv, where will act a edi; along tne joming line lo liu-s . tlon without trial by these two officers, a few other minor measures. ! terrible drought, as a climax to seven ' j v; ', ,.. f-i nt roll's were lost in floods which swent the f nt;,-.u ,.., . -ti,. ti. a ; .1 ti... 1 :.....: -. .. . i ana nusiness manager oi i-oi. lsaiteu s t ni. - i : v.. ....v. - , vji .c-ii.1,1 . iiiruuiiii; i Aor- u-uiur ur,ui,:u , L3 tuiniiiuu iu,i Jfon, iiir lur-r-rs iu siucn iu nu- r , Hl.Hiirv Ki,f)uti-r IT w iinrlf-rtfinii Iowa valley between Conover and I.)e- ih nntiv in t;n in th,.ir ,l,.tl, Mnn,lnv tn ,r,.;n f ,i,.. w,;i: , i; una , , i-. mm n.i i .uiuan oury ju gi.-ter. it is unaerstooa . ne win reiain xne ownersnio oi lue .......... jriooK more oi uniawiui retaliation pines ana.or tne resolution providing Lnemjiioyetl men are drifting into the Ainrria,.ill MeascniTPr u-ith -hi-h en rific winded rl't,:y ! ,ban " iRM Ct ot " ' "' ". of the ; cities by thousands, and there the ; rp e' thabeen' connected since ',. t V?.Lt 1,1 i Z", V. , ! , A conference of organizers and olli- Senate make an investigation into the state governments are providing them ; . J f Hnd which h llourished et crops over a widearea f?1? of the Inited Mine Workers at . ot ivncn.ngs in ttie united witft relief, the situation .as beeniwdiocly under his management. I i ll ,U..J.-!i . v i lf. m Fairmount, W. Va., last week voted n t""t's, with a view of ascertaining 1 aggravated by the federal duties on : Rand0i,.n Herald ers were wrecked or disabled in a , , 'n: i u-l...ih..r th..r U iv pn..rK- t.,r tA,r u-hi.., i,,,.,.o.in , nanaoipn neraid. lillUI Ui UillllllU l .lal.Oimi COUVemiUIl ' " ....v,.,. .... ............ ......... j'.v.lwl ...t, iiu n'l I" - I'll. I JOHN FILKINS & CO. Bankers & Brokers, 92 State St., Boston. Konns -I, --"J. New York Office, KJlOAIiW.vY. Crtb-o WncK find 11 iwA t'r cah or i-arrit'd nn 1..1 Tat MJii triu. Ofpartnit-nt d v..;. OpeCiaifd t. tbe fxp-'li-tiou haniliiiie of nut-of -T'.un am'ts. tr.'orrcftpontlt'nci? invit- 'i, II- art eon-tantly rectivnii; W " ovtT our private wirt ainl fr'm fthr source the latet 1 1 nanoial News of the dav. Private Wire "rJ v: DXj. to banks and un-rcaii-liclcr tile at'neit'?. InterestcVS;; suhject tit check on demand. 1V1 ctf rvC l weeklv, contanuntr the very essence of the Finaii cial situation. DR. A; KNAPP, I.entlst, Hooker Hlock, op INite llrooks House, ilrattleboro. DR. C. S. CLARK. I.eiu.st. Whitney block, flrattleuoio. Telephone. vl A I. MILLER. M. D.. l'hvsician and (.'''".I. Hooker Hlock, Ilrattleboro, Vt fice l-.onr! : 6 till l, 1 to 2, U::i0 to 8. .Sur-Of- mi? of the order to consider a general ; them. I he llousespent the day in con- Communication in the interior has strike of all the miners in the country. ! sideration of business connected with ! been paralyzed, as the waterways are This makes five district organizations : the District of Columbia. j unnavigable. latins tit-urea to iustifv the iirnnhetu : that have so voted nnd under these; The House 1 uesday passed the Shat-1 . ..n . . . , " . 1 i . . ... . . ..... i .: .:., l.:n r,-u . ot disaster tor tne current vear. with ; conditions tne constitution makes it .' ul- '""'"""" "" j ue icniure ci ... ASA ...;..,, ,.. j .. u... ,..:. , ;-- I.JJI,:... I..:-.. .1... ..-.i..'i .v... -.: . .n the riar u-na n liv-lv rl..bt on lh "r, rauic est Indian lslanUS. the moment, of writing it is shown : to call for the selection of delegates, question of prohibiting the sale of in-! ,3irstdXved' in the rr!n- ! rt ff 'l t0,t, 7; 7 tht.h,ufn,inimK,,J.M. i. Min. . l,D .t,iv i tiin i, ,.i! tox cat mil 1 uuots at lumiLTation st a - i " u" 1 a" " ' f1". , " , tMnsmi- ratified by the I nited States benate n n il en r t ii , 11 1. k ea h nl e H pt rii vVd i-1 j !i . ri u"i nn . n ver '. i V) n " i rirl w i tions. It was precipitated bv an amend- I ra "J u' a tnat ber Husband s ; until the Danish Kigsdagcan act final- lives, storms 704. tornadoes 410. ,-v- i left Shenandoah and vieinitv. I "lent to prohibit such sale, which was ' ?! ,u.a,H. e.nuf:e" J, .. .. i ..:i. .'T:: i '-v UP0Q 11 " n"xt ' Sf'P . ----- , , - n.i- .lui; iinu d iH'ciiti I ium- ill I r 11 r i rumhi i carried nv s. to i-s. inis victory was . , ' , , : : , ( d N. GOLDTHWAIT, .ortnticld. .Mass Wedne-filav D. D. 8.. I .elitist. Monday, Tuesday and heavy gale on Lake Ontario Thursday night. The Chicago Tribune has been tabu- Secretarvof State Hay has requested i the Danish government to enter into a i protocol extending for one year the pe ( riod of time allowed for the ratification A wealthy Lisbon woman named Sil- of the treaty of cession of the Danish This action is :m, avalanches 228, j An illustration of Moro treachery is ! J)R clones 220, flood: uuai waves u.s, snowsiiaes an(l;K,ven in the following despatch from : J,:, ;V , -i 7 i J i f iT ., . , ,i ' attention to their "master's waierspouis is a toiai oi ,hi,.jii. it! Manila: "Wh e Si-eond . i-nti-nnnt.!. . ""--'.v"-'vu,,J to these fatalities from naturnl Hisi. ! vi,.i r- n i.. ..,.. i, , .i. :.. "ol, and it prevailed by ! .,l ..1.4 l ..J i . j.... ' ... . . ........ ni;iKirifv i:M tn 10 THa XV. AJIUCiUUll. i ii.umii ami i n :i. . , ' . " t- v" . suif;eon. (.nice and residence, 8S Main "e, imuiug oaaurms, uiuu recKs, intent were walkine about snrurerv. in all its branches. a specialty, i A-e. . the irrancl tnta won ii i sti .., :r:.i more startling. 'i,.H , a;i i, ... ' ' 19 the immigration of aliens into the The citv of Quezaltenango, Guate-i ,ia of t1"1"-''- Wllen the native had ap-! mala, was wholly destroyed bv the I !'N-'hed close to the Americans he ; Street Office hours : until 10 a. nt., 1 to 2::i0 p. in., 6:0 looeveninjr. leiepnone, "j.rooKS House.- iti DR. H. L. WATERMAN, 41 Klliot street, (it lice hours : tt :.lUto J:3(land0toSli.l.l. 4Ctf WATERMAN &, MARTIN. Attorneys at Law, Hank Hlock, ll.attlelioro, Vt. ENTISTRY in all its branches. Teeth ex tracted without bain. K. K. Kinkead. :str Notes. already been given Sev-1 ergt. Welling, cutting his arm com- j secretary nay luesday closed up eral other towns were partly destroyed, i I'letely otl. Lieut, number attempted one oi tne principal places of refuge Several thousand cersons were killed ' t0 su00t tue .Moro, earthquake of April IS, partial reports suddenly drew his creese ami slashed . of which have already been given. Sev- Sergt- Welling, cutting his arm com-j but his revolver : for criminals committing crimes in anu servants were ornereu to pay special , Herbert Fmnrv of Pden nd f -Vrl wants. ; t .j.i nt n..(,cr.. .,. j . .- ijttny jt vmnaiiujai nnc UiUMUi.U ill They were out hieh was over turned. The bodies were recovered. mory was 10 and Ladd 27. The latter leaves a wife to whom he had been Speedy conclusion of peace in South j married a year. It. was found later that Afiica i ex-petted in Gr at Britain, j the men had been drinking. Theother It is doubt.ul, bowov.r, whether the; two of the party, who escaped, have i"oer 1 ad- rs can sifely guarantee i disclosed on the furnisher who will be peace. Two Boer communities have j arrested. j. st establi h d separate su all repub- j Corlis Lafertvof Montpelier has dis- ts in mecap- i , , . . . ,. i iaau ot l raitsi.urv were a still larger ! Aft" h death, her relatives disgust-; EdeD d Suodav xbl e bill brinw i 51d. ?:"'''nte1'uwe Vh ,n.t ! fishing in a boat,- whie """e 'eg- , tn ,), :, , , ,., n ,,, ,..:,.,.i o. a uhmiii, uen lue next ot Kin ', frnoj tu i.-.-i; Sn" "h"3 legislation heretofore enacted in regard solvrV I,roWem b' kiIlin ,he I E. inao, tnej j , . immiL-ration of aliens into the i r0Osltr- i le (a nd nrotiertv loss aimroximnted iCtt) -', missed fire and the native escaped in 1 the L nited States, when he exchanged : ,;r.. . 11 1 " . "c covered in an old trunk a violin bear- G. leA Jm. Keis enXSded'in the tall grass " the final ratifications with Walker h hjen cI ed bv hisfriends f ing on its inside the inscrimion -KB. TAMES C0NLAND. M. D.. fhysician and ! Guatemala and a great part of the Ferdinand llar.nett, of Chicago, one : Chilian'' etrdh ilm"- 'he 1 'f " ZiVJxWcZ''. Sni S L-have 17- MCWJS an' 'rfiSof ' rii'nir'n'8 TtUT "teds'tafV S,,has,haduchhI ; "" terrf ry. All f e u ualfflce , ainiVed by 'e, The vioHn has hours:fro.8to!ia.n...ltoa.andVt!,P.,1, : h J Zdv 1 u U ,,?e 7 " fV Hcan M !' i W'ith thili' burgh'rs n thnuXr'ofl fehu'' ' ot hU fJEO. H. G0RHAM. M. D., Whitney block, i 'd we i ' '. The Giintemalin an :'i 1 i r-h- -r-V -A,,rlLau "H- J" j Senators Proctor and Dillingham ? h. rs, t til .. r luml er of a f exh uj- more than oO years. He was reminded v Main Street, lirattlei.oro. Practice limited ' ,Pa ... ?? , ue L,lln,eInal'lu au" church at C hicago Thursday as a rep-! ,,,1,, ir ti . . . "Ired, a.e i.lreaily building c 'ttie kr-ials of it b- a nress deonateh tellina nf a to the diseases of the Kve, Ear, Throat and i Ihor.ties decided to construct the city ; resentative of the colored race iu that ; the W hite House Thursday to , alld .,erJint, Comman lant liev- ! man in Wi kesbirre I wh had Knap i Irtiee bonis fl- 1 to I'.' 1 tn -1 n. m Tne. ! nf t lnnvnll en an, rn a ,.ln n -.n,Q ,t;. . nr., . . . .... liroe Preliient Kdlievelt to nt.iinntl . . . , llli.il IU I UheM ).. rre. a. , WHO nad istf KSTABLISUKD lbliS. JOHN H. WALSH & CO. Havmaiiket Sqcake, Boston. Reliable Wholesale Dealers in Wines and Liquors VOR FAMILY USE. Sealed goods. rer b-.ttle. "Sphinx Rve" Whiskev 1 !o lonor Hrii;ht ' Whiskey 1.00 "Turtle" Holland tiin. "Celifitial Cocktails," six kindi "Itaronet" (lid Tom Gin "Rock Rye and Gentian .1-' 1.00 ..1.00 .. .90 ifor couirhs. colds and l'ss of appetite. "Hrae Rum" Scotch Whiskey 1.00 Bulk (roods. Per gallon. Walsh's Cabinet Rve 4 00 Walsh's Owl Hyv,.'. s.M Kernw-KKl Rye or Bourbon COO lilenwiKHl Rye or Bourbon 2 -50 Wellington Club Eye or B'rb'n, xxx. .2.00 " " ' " XX.. .1.75 " " " X....1.M Iwrence's Old Medford Rum, 3.00 Chapin Trull Co's Rum $2.00 2.30 New Kngland Rum, 1.50 I'ure Holland tiiu, $3.00 400 Pure Rye Gin 2 'D American Gin $2.00 $1.75 l.M lnre California Wine 1 00 Pure Grain Alcohol 2 70 SEND FOR CATALOGUE. Money must accompany order. Remit by postal or express money order. Nn charge lor .Tints or packing. All gi..is packed iu plain cases. RAILROADS. davs and Fridays only. uenows t ans DR. F. G. PETTEE, Dentist, Crosby block, over HoUlen's drug store. 4ttf S. PBATT, M. D.. IS North Slain street, Bratrleboro. ortice hours: until 9 a.m., 1 to 2:30 p. iu., 6:30 to 8 p. in. 41tf JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law, Vt. I H. E. BOND & CO. I Funeral Directors 1 and Furnishers. tance from ttie site of the original j the recent hnehinir of a vouiil' C'hica place. j go neero in Missouri, who resented an The general assembly of the Presbv- j attack on the stteet. Mr. Hartnett said terian church at New York Thursday ' tuat the time is not far distant when adopted the report of the committee on :'he lO.WlUKiO nejrroe of the L nited rpridiim nmlri n cr i-l, n r, rroc rt 1 1, u StateS Will forcibly TeVolt BL'ainSt the GuiH'vJd'1on account of misapprehensions which i b'nch law. "It ajipears that there is .-nine fmm uno-iinnb-d attmunti in I no other course left for us. Lynch law the confession and from unwarranted ! in tue South has gradually made the ? 1 inferences from those statements. The De"ro f,'el ne ls nn outlaw. In the last I i main changes made are: fhe elimina- I l' .vears at)0 negroe men, women and iitiouofthe doctrine of infant, damna- ' -'hildren have been shot, hanged or ition: the elimination of certain para- uurned at the stake without trial. The graphs in which the pope is referred to 1 neKro hn9 consequently come to know i'as the anti-Christ mentioned in the:1uat ,he law "tiords him do protec ? i Bible: the creed still declares no-omt tlon. " I-unds were collected at the llosea li. Mouiton of Washington. I). JiTRAL VEKJIO.NT RV, CO. Southern Division. OOINO SOCTO. Trains leave Brattlehero a follows 6.23 a. ni., Daily for Springfield and New Yr.rk. ior .Timers fans, raimer and sen i 7.40 a. S agj vas aa ac- found nn'old viiilin uith tbo cinu ir,. C. but a native of Barton, iudye of '1 '.ul. "'' V . i ripuon. ... . . , , , . uuier iii.iiiiii ure c. umior.weann in tne -i:oa irii i -n i u the District of Columbia supreme j ,vtrtlm norl,Pr1 , art 0 thp Tran i Mls.s Ellen M. Stone will be the bench. A vacancy was recently ereat- ! . '...i ii! '. !"' l . . . , 'b!.V.a?. I principal speaker at the annual meet- ed hv the death of -Judge Andrew ! ihe I rent negoTiati ,n, HTbKf P -i -1 1 .-ii. .....o ,u ,uuk ..eeu :rts wil, rctire a8 coram-ndei-iu- a resident and uracticallv attorney of t .i... . .u. ..... n- .L . .. ll - . . . . - '" iv.iv t ni UH. VJlUlll lljil. 4. lit. . .V. ... TJ-.. 3 If 11, . rr,, . u u ' ,. ' nasningiou. ne is prominent as a r lt t p i . . , nn. nuu .urs. nooert i nomson ot , ,, Method i nnd w nn nf thu ..r. i . J.uke 01 C 'innaugtht is expeote J to be th Dolloiare nnH Th,iliv,i t: i 9.10 a. m., for Springfield and New York. idents of the local Vermont soi-i.-tv " v.vv.v.... u . gamok Bulnnrin. nnd MUa ! -1 .., voiiuecnug ior.is"!' Ihe disasters at Martinioue and btone was entraeed as a missionary in' i 212 p. ni., for Springfield and New York neighboring West Indian islands have ; that city when kidnapped. Miss : tS1;;"','",1' Ci liJrilK ',! conference at Barton T.a'nHino-I London. Connecting at Millers Falls with ' ndei -in-chi ?f ' ., " , aaIon 1 Boston & Maine R. R.. at Palmer with Best t irmation The 1 unf, ' Thl,s eoneJce is supporting Albany R. R., at Xew London with N. Y..S iru..llo.l. -Ill'- i tTll Ti, n .1 f... V.. . -PI .1 ! M .v- HI? II The president has revoked the exec utive order of August 39, l!Xll, by TRADES. 17 Main Street, Bruttleboro, Vt, . . , ... .'the pope as assuming to be the head j meeting to prosecute the lynch leaders. of tbe church. Ihe changes jirooosed i The viirt-trinv inhahimnx nf ti. n-ilt trrt r,.m- tta A'ttfa.an ....--.1... . . . , . ... teries for ratification """""" nlllue nave oeen panic stricKen since is dated M , 1iaves thp d(.partment teries for ratifacation. , ty second terrihe explosion of Mont , withollt a heaj jn the evpnt 0'f the ab. Two hundred and fourteen bodies in i f iee , , r. n sence of all have been recovered from Frater- 'u " isianu iue reiugees , secretnrv uull.ss guoh head is specifi vine mine, at v,oai creeK, lenn. u- " ' -v,.. vv. .s.,.uu , ,..v, caUV designated on eacti occasion. nam Alorean. tne onlv man in thei1"11 ''"' ' "vu. which the lieutenant general com- ""''"lanced many people in France. A i Stone's public lectures through the ! FitchbuVg Division k.stm Maine R K manding the army iCJen Miles, and ; "0ZPn cases of insanity are recorded in lecture bureau cost 100 a night, but j Il...er and New London and New Yorkvii the adjutant general .(Jen. Corbin i in I T"!? "l.ne,?.n.d TlTal 0t,!,erS ,in ..the ' Sbe Lves her f ces . to the confer- : Now'ViaVgT'trains for South Londonderry turn, are to assume the duties of sec retary of war in the absence of the sec retary and the assistant secretary. The president's order of revocation, which provinces. Out of them all only three i ence because of her interest in the' are ascribable to grief at loss of rela- I work of the Thomsons. . autre trains for South T-nnrfoniWrr leave iirainenoro ai 7:30 s,. m., and 6:45 p. m fc.tr .nij,-v.i v.- vuiiiie niiuoui, notice. Trains rim week days only except as noted GH. HALL, Carpenter and Slater. Dealer in slate. 25 Clark Street. 25tf tives in .St. 1'ierre. while the rest were I u. fo, u -j ;"P..WP days only except s , . i . j- , ., ... ' --iv laiui uuusr nuu ll ui ill .ULTS OI t. II. t I 1 . 11 1 .t H 1- alld tl M Sr Al.nr. ... v I t"ss u. ueeae were ournea witn tneir committed suicide in Marseilles be- contents nt fi . W . CI MMINCS i; T 1 si aii. i-orreeten to ov. 24, 1W1 cause. Heretofore wealthy, the destruc- i Hpedi. no ni.nt- .,u,.,i. I w. ........... ..... v.... ...v.vi,uvvr. luvil.-l-.. . ' Tl' I l' -v .. .. .. vv u , IIUJC Mill U tlJU , M (K -'I, S t, the secretary and assistant ! t".n i th1e,r IroI'"iv in ht. Pierre had i his return was tol.l by his housekeep- 1 P R. K. MF.RCANTII.i:. BaTOnAfTilwas? omleNo Mimine who escaped alive'at the time of tMout -00O persons have gone to the Main Street, Ilrattleboro. 15yl INSIRANCK. O. Off. fL. JUIST paE. Successor to Sherman iX' Jenne, INSUH.AKTOI3 ESTAltLISHKD IS 107. Fire. Mutual Life. Accident. Plate Glass. Km movers D : 1 r : the total fatalities 210. He was blowS I Lu-'la' and as m"re r" tr-v- , To points all through tin. W est, via out of the mine bv the force of the i lnK to get away. The scientists are di- tne .Nickel Plate hd. during the sum- 1 : it: ."u.j.j , i I v.dod n nliin.nn tn tt hi-thor nr nnt ,i mer. KuUlimieUt Consists Of finest yiAI.iua.uu. ri.tw lue oeau ,ueu lounu " "."l coaches nnd Pullman-, and dinino- nr. ! " .u" .." " T,." .'V "V" nad written letters before life became i Ilt'" auu "lu,c 1 iu.cui uuu.uiu are iu, -. - -. , iup uurruue moiueni. rviaentiy ruined them Jules Planquette a er. a Mrs. Foster, that she set the , ConM- Pua rassumpslc DIvtHlon ..iv.im-1 m iiuwni i iiiuvjueue lue com- i building afire. It seems she had said ! mM soith. v'Utr?r07 JZJI eW0.UH- J "fortunate WO- j Leave Be.hiws Fa.ls, . c - i t , r " ' "inn, uo was ioueu wanaering ttie Arr. ilrattleboro. wrote jfriuay a long letter asserting streets of Montpelier not long ago and i ve south Vernon, that the earth is about to be shattered : was then thn.mh. tn b ii V," I . " . -rheM, , by a number of smaller .lnnets. Then , balanced. There was j!800 insurance Arr. Springtield ue nangea nimseit in onter not to wit- on the hiiildinrr. whi,-h n lil ,..t;n , . 1 uvestocK pensned. f i-eave Bellows Falls 6.30 a. m., 12.03 3.10, TOO. a. ui. a. m. p. m. p m. --I.-W e.ju 1 .2.! 5.1S 9.f 2.10 5.45 9.0 2.35 . ti.22 10.07 3.02 7.25 11.20 4.07 H'.li a. in. a. in. p. m. p ui TBAIXS BOfXD XORTH. av hours after the terr - r riaay aeciuea lust evacuniion 01 jne;-."-'"" one at 1. reusot, emit rumblings, and , Chelsea "The letters indicated island was not justified at present, but via any other lines. See nearest agent, the neighboring villages are panicky. ! rit f?Jiv v. u were gradually strangled owing to the alarming reports received . P. Sf' - P-Aft- - The whole region around Pau and Bia'r-1 .u?1,!' "h,Sh haf ble explosion jii-ieiB 1.1,101111, . r.ieiMi.u, nui iioru nieaiu tun 1 lue iiieu w ere Krviuaiiv sirangieu . r t - 0-Q iv.l.l: ,,. Boiler. Tornado indeinnity and Surety Bonds j to death bv the gaseous air. One let- 1 Saturday, Acting Gov. L'Heurre was , ')S vasninglon t.. lioston. """"""""" "!U"W ! ter pleaded to everybody to change ! instructed to reconsider the situation tneirway of living. At least l.() min- , " 1 ,c" iiinueumic rmcuaiiuu. ers are believed to have been lost in an I A Dew crater, with a great cinder cone explosion at Fernie, B. C, 38 bodies ' ?yer 100 feet high, from which volcan AreYon Interested IX- FIRE, LIFK. F1DFI.ITY. ACCIDKXT. ELEVATOR. BI'R'il.AR Y. PLATE (iLASS. STEAM BOILER. TEAMS LIABILITY. HEALTH INSI RANCE. AI THMATIC SPRINKLER, EMl'LOVERS' LIABILITY, LANDLORD'S LIABILITY, I'l BLIC LIABILITY OF EMPLOYERS? We have been using this space to tell you alioilt the BEST LIFE INSI RANCE IN THE WORLD, l-ut we also want to re mind you that we are agents for all kinds of Insurance. H. E. TAYLOR & SON, Gen'l Agt's National Life Ins. Co. BRATTLEBORO, " VERMONT. 21-H Miss Sarah Hungerford, 74 years old, living near lirowns Corner, Franklin, was assaulted at her home Saturday have been recovered. The 'iiitetior of , jc matter is constantly pouring, has j evening, and now is in a serious con the mine is wrecked. Lord Pauncefote, ambassador ex traordinary and plenipotentiary for Great Britain to the United States, i died at Washington Saturday of gout, I complicated with stomach and liver troubles. Funeral services were held been formed below the old crater of dition. Sunday Henry Pelky was ar ,OCtl. f... thn ........ nl i,3iru v-i iiirr 1.11111V? auu by Miss Hungerford as The evidence was of such Mont Pelee. The statue of Marshal De Rocham beau was unveiled at Washington Sat urday in the presence of the represen tatives of the United States nnd French governments, officials, soldiery and Wednesday in St. John's Episcopal ! ?reat ' Crowds of citizens. -U.Uil p. Ill Arr. Windsor fi V. . . 1 nr; - ... ra at i TRAINS SiTKTH BOt XD. I . ... a. m, n. m. p. m. v lllvl Srlnr.o ri n nr "... " . .... .n ,,l..t.ji,.. ' l.J .. . .. " , . uvinvcu ........ i r ,vi, 1U.J 1.4 J . rl -V3 . at Plattsburs. X. Y.. Mr.Hv in th-i f. J?j P-nP- rlrt,.- , . ,i I SOI IU Btll J, Famous Nickel Plate Meals. ip' ","uu' .eisonvr. ucna ot Bur- Leave w mdsor 3.so. 7.24s. m., 12.25 ,3.0.-, 5.U , ... , , :numuu, treasurer or tne Iresnman v . The . ickel Plate Rd. now serves a class. While at Plattsburg to arrange ! jomdieii nf 1,8 4'36' 38'13 "' m- 1 ,; la carte meals in ltsdinmc cars n ad. t fnr .nni . . ?, VL . , "1UBB ?! in.'.lj!ed), p. m. t-unilay paper train going north, leave Brattle' iro. a. in a nature that he was bound over for appearance befor 811X10. J. F. Kimball of Randolph was sen SATISFACTION Is what follow the n.e of The iresi- church and the body will be i.laced deDt delivered an address of welcome , tenceu in tue supreme court at .Mont- temporarilv in a receiving vault at i to tne rencn guests ana tnen tne i peuer r riuay morning to not less man Rock creek cemetery. The funeral j Countess I)e Kochambeau pulled a I -ls years nor more than three years in will be of a state character Sir Ju- ! roI,e and released the tricolor of France state's prison at Windsor for adultery, lian Pauncefote was born in 182S and I aDa the stars and stripes which veiled His counsel asked to have a fine im was appointed British minister to the ! tne tatuel, ?'hlle. ,he bad3. Played , posed on the grounds that he had chil t'.,ii ami..!, in isi-ia irhnn i, a i the Marseillaise. Ambassador Canibon i uren. Kimball was tried at the June of the office was advanced to that of 1 BQd General Horace Porter, United term in l!XH of the Orange county court j me - . . ..... ..... 1 . ...... 1 .. . ... L -n ..... - I 11 ,1 . 1 f , 1 1 1 M , . Ir,,,lln 11.. !.-..-, . . I .. .. . . .1 . . n . embassy in 1S! tie was made ambas- """7"""' V ' , ,. "u," : j , '.V-JV1. sador, a position he has held continu- i dresses and Senator Lodge delivered i der (000 bail, and owing to his failure ously'since? The Bebring Sea nego-j tne orat'on- at the conclusion of which j to appear in the Supreme court when tiations were among his earliest works ! the French band from the warship wanted his sureties surrendered him, of importance followed by the great ! Gaulois rendered the Star Spangled j a"d later bis bail was raised to J1000. Uiliiuei. vjnifiti mui'ir, tuillllljiuu' ing general of France and head official of the Mission to the United States, followed with appropriate remarks. Bishop Satterlee dismissed the audi- , x rmv was nr- . j:.:, .u i i w t i. unuuuci iii iresuiuen. 1 -l-aiiv. ud was dentitied I dlt.10," ? the alrealv .famous Individ- Bond left his companions for a strol i . Sunday ... . :i , uai ciuo meals. Trains earn- tinesit mrf nna ..t . i... .. ooro. 7.4s a. m. s uer assailant, . , , -. - ; "p"u so inomores Golnc south. leave Bnttin 1 1,. uo iriea to Klduan him and Ireenh m rive SiirinnKniii e ii .T --. t. frrtm ...... . 11. u , ... Tl T 1.-1 . ..vm me uninjiiei. xie nea, ana nis pursuers assert that he jumped into the lake to escape by swimming. Thev endeavored to rescue him l,v kt , but could find no trace of him. Hum! j was 19 years old and a member of the coaches and Pullmans: lower rates tnan via other lines. Inquire of near- before the grand jury in the sum of , "VW" L"- . ... . . (iniuiuiuu St., Boston, Mass. 21-lt D. J. FLANDERS (ifrt Pom ttwtA TlL...t iff Corrected to Oct. 14. 1901. accomplishments of The Hague, and also a number of reciprocity treaties I involving mucn study and work. Soon I after Secretary Hay assumed office. I PfiiincpfntA hetrnn tha atudv nf thA I i ii,.ctinnc ,n.nivin,T r,nf nf th kiA ci.-. i eoce and the president reviewed the BREINIG'S LITHOGEN SILICATE i li1 I. f e Vemb1-rinofXs&ih PAINT. ! recently ratified. For these service's I njission left Washington Sunday for It stands in marine and severe climates i tne ISntisn government dia Pauncefote ! '"i-" "u uinr net-n s .our ui 1 Smart Girl. Her Mother Edith, don't you think you are getting too old to play with little boys? Edith No. mamma; the older I get the better I like them. Tit-Bits. It Altered th r She had looked the house over and ij0' Delta Theta fraternity. In an ef- was satisfied with It. but as she re- j lrustrate the banquet Monday j turned the key to the ncent a thought ' "e IDJ' Ahout .half.' first year struck her. and she said: ; ?MB..L5h.e "!nTslXJ WB, forcibly j Ah. there Is one more thing. Let I Mos t 'nt H.i! p- i ask if any one has ever died In the i men were km,. ha.. j . -.1" Tt, v t. . ' . j ' ' "" iue alter- i "- t'taicai uaigams evei ui nouse noon and evening i-r,n,-AP:n .1. - 1 1 j : .. n.. .... & -Why. .r-s. I believe so," he reluc j tured students to place; V ot Lfe keen- i 6r' tantly replied. me in suburban towns sar.i .'. ine CeieDrated "That settles It then, and I won't rest were made. take the house." i DnnfYninn I Ddl'Mdlllu! once uel always uetl I? made by the Bridge port WikxI Finish Co., their (rxHl are known to be all right. Also have white lead and oil and colors. Get my prices on Rublter Hose, Lawn Mow ers, Screens, etc. DON. A. Telephone, 32-121. WILDER, 40 Elliot SU the honor to three times extend his i ,De east "ffore sailing for nome. term at Washington, which would otherwise have ceased when he attained the age of 70. The government has tendered to Great Britain the use of an American warship to convey the body and family of the late ambassa dor to England. The journey will not ibe made until after the coronation. This aipiatara is on every box of the gennia Laxative. Bromo-Quinine Tablets the remedy that cans ceM Its mme daj The Coatanltatloa. "My wife always consults me about every article of attire sbe bnya frocks, bats, shoes, gloves, everything." "My wife does, too that Is. she asks tne for the money." Pil Excelsior, Thm Oruat Hmm Mtlmmlmat. Bronchitis All serious lung troubles "But people are dying in houses all the time, he protested. "Yes, but the idea ls uncanny. I'll look for a new house." "But listen, ma'am. This was no ordinary death. It was poet who had tue i.uuse. aim oue evening tney found Ui- u i i him dead in his chair with a half com- j Dein wtn a tickling in the pietea poem, 'to ight,' In bis band. The angels took him as bis soul searched for inspiration." "Oh, well, that alters the case, and HI take the house. I thought some body might have died of pneumonia ot something." The New Story begins to-day. throat. You can stop this at first in a single night with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Use it also for hard colds, and for coughs of all kinds. iV,icl.t. I c. A YE It CO. Iwfl, P. P. STEWART RANGES, No. 8, with six griddles, cbei ash grates, ash pan; nickel tcel rod, knobs and name plate, heavy base for $20.00 This is a Dandy Range a-i' j oargain. i he same range w: i Reservoir for $25.00. Call aii cc u Deiore purchasing where. The Brattleboro Blue Store, 53 Main Street. JOHN CALVIN. PROPRIETOR.