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A Prominent Forester. NEW WORLD HAPPENINGS. EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN SUMMARY. Wm, F. Bader o 834 Keep street, Brooklyn, N. V., was laid up with Rheumatism. He began to take Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy and after using two bottles was cured. His liter, of 457 Grand St., Williamsburg, N. Y., and her son Walter were both restored to health by Favorite Remedy. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy 1i rec onliad at a specific. It purifies the blood and dissolves the excess of uric acid in it It is the Kost suooessful medicine ever discovered for e Kidneys, Bladder, Liver and Blood. AU druggists sell It in the NEW 60 CENT 8IZE and the regular $1.00 size bottles. SamfU bottle inough for trial, free by mail. Or. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y. Ir. DavlJ Kennedy'e Cherry Balaam best for Colds, Coif he, Consumption. 36c, 50c, $1.00, TMK PKOKESSIOJiS. fE0. ROBERTS. M. D.. Since. Surgery VJT ami lisi.-aetw of Women a spi'cialty. Mice 83 Main sitri'ft, House fi I'aiml street. Tele phont' at iiinise and at liiooka House rhaiiiiaoy. Hours : s to ! a. m 1 to ;i and 7 to f p. in. Ciiion lUiii'k. Ilrat- tli lHiio. office limns until 9 a. in., 1 to 3 p. m.. and 7 to P p. in. lvieinoui' r-'D-a. -u-yi i"l R. ALDRICH, M. D RAC0N &. HOOKER. and 14 I'll. 'iy lliiililiiii; Attorneys at Law. 12 23-tf Drs. B0WEN & TUCKER. Dr. Bowen. Dr. Tucker. Resilience, llli;h St. joftice and lies. Leonard Office In mis at liloek: ;lllock. Otlice Hours 7:311 to s a. M. 12:311 to V. .M. 6 :;m to 8 I'. M. Till 8:30 A. 1 :;tl to 3 1 7:110 tot) v. DR. A. KNAPP, Dentist, Hooker Illock, op posite Drunks House, ltrattlelioro. TV.R. M-r Hiattlehor C. S. CLARK. Dentist, Whitney jeiepnone. block, vl A I. MILLER. M. D.. Physician and Sur- (feon, Hooker liloek, Ilrattieboro. Vt. of fice hours: 8 till 0, 1 to 2, 6:30 to 8. n . OOLDTHWAIT. D. D. S., Dentist, NnrtlitieUl, Wednesday. ,MaA., .Monday, Tuesday and 26t DR. GEO R. ANDERSON, Physician ami Surgeon. Olliue anil residence, 88 Slam - Street, Surgerv, iu all its brunches, a specialty. Otlice hums: until 10 a. in., 1 to2:30p. in., 6:30 to IS evening. Telephone, "llrooks House." 2tf DB. H. L. WATERMAN. 41 Klliot Street. Of tice hours: l:30to2:3Uand6toSp.ni. 46tf WATERMAN &, MARTIN. Attorneys at Law, Hank Hloek, llrattleboio, Vt. TiENTISTRY in all Its branches. Teeth ex tracteil without pain. D. II. S 83 Main Street. U. H. Kl.NKEAI), GF. BARBER. D. D. S.. I'nion Hlock, over Greene's drug store, Ilrattieboro, Vt. Pliysiclan and .rireun, mauienoi-o, it. imce in crosuy Block. Residence, No. 3 Walnut Street. Office hours : from 8 to 9 a. in., 1 :30to 3, and 7 to 9 p. m. TAMES C0NLAND. M. D., " Surgeon, lirattlelioi-o, Vt. rjEO. H. G0RHAM. M. D., Whitney block. Main Street, iirattlelioro. Practice limited to the diseases of the Kve, Ear, Throat and Nose. Office hours: 9: 30 to 12, 1 to 4 p. m., Tues days and Fridays only. Remainder of week at Bellows Falls. 18tf iR. F. G. PETTEE, Dentist, Crosby block, 4Ctf 8. PRATT. M. D.. V-U Ilrattieboro. Otlice hours: 18 North Main street, until v a. in.. 1 to 2:30 p. m., 6:30 to 8 p. 111. 41tf GALE, Attorney at Law, Guilford, 19yl j H. E. BOND & CO. I Funeral Directors " and Furnishers. 1 17 Main Street, Ilrattieboro, Vt. The Indian Sun Dance- Prof. Bell's Life Work - Death of Oldest Man, Born With Independ ence Whale's Bones in a Desert-The Re ligious Difficulty in the Philippines-Anti-Trust League Censures the President-General Anderson Disagrees With Admiral Dewey on Manila Attack-The Johnstown Mine Horror. Gen. Davis has turned over the com mand of the American troops in Min dnnao island to lien, bumner generals are at Camp Viekers where the Americans face the Moros. Uriish White, who conceived the idea of establishing Ocean Grove as a camp meeting ground, died at the state hos- iiitnl for the insane at Trenton, X. J., I'riday. He had been an inmate of the asylum for several years. The skeleton of a very large whale found on the desert of Yuma has been mounted and placed in the museum of the University of Arizona. There is also in the same museum the tusks and lower jaw of an elephant found in the Yuma desert. Attorney -General Knox will go to Paris in August at the request of Pres ident Roosevelt to examine the title the Panama Canal Company desires to convey to the United States for 10,- 000,000. His duties in France will de tain him for the greater part of sum mer and fall. The census bureau reports the lum ber industry of the United States as fourth among the great manufacturing industries of the country being exceed ed in value of products only by the iron and steel, the textile and the slaughtering and meat industries. In 11100 there were 3.'!,0tV establishments with a total capital of 511,011,524. Ferry Chesney, a negro, the oldest man iu Tennessee, and perhaps the oldest in the United States, died on Copper Kidge, Tenn., on July 4, at the age of 120 years. Chesnev was born in slavery in Virginia, on July 4, 1770, the day independence was declared. For ,10 years he had lived a hermit's life, and it was four days after his death when the body was discovered. Announcement was made Saturday of the engagement of the Right Rev. Henry Codinan Potter, bishop of New York, to Mrs. Alfred Corning Clark of New York and Cooperstown, X. Y. , one of the richest women in Xew York. Her late husband, who died in lti'Mi, controlled the Singer Sewing Machine company and she has lavishly main tained many charities founded by him. Sir Thomas Lipton, Bart., an nounced at Southampton, Eng., Sat urday, that he should compete again in l'.HKl for the America's cup. Fife and Watson are understood to have collab orated on the design for the new yacht, Shamrock III., and the Dennys, who constructed Shamrock II., will build her at Dumbarton, Scotland. There will be only one skipper this time and no amateur yachtsman will be permit ted on the new boat. The national encampment of the G. A. R., which is to be held in Wash ington October 0, 7 and 3, is expected President Eliot of Harvard was unan imously named next president of the National educational association at Minneapolis Thursday. The Peary relief ship, Windward, left Xew York fur the Arctic regions Monday. She will take aboard Mrs. Peary and daughter at Sydney, C. U. The board of olllcers which has been considering the subject of uniforms for the army, reports in favor of khaki instead of blue. It. has been found to be more serviceable nnd comfortable than the woolen cloth and far less con spicuous. .,4J(1 The twelfth international convention Tho i,.n of the liaiitist Young People's Union j.ueiwo , .; , , i..." .i.f .ifi. UI .llliniuil L1USCU MUMCIV ii;ui monster meetings in three halls. There were ihore than 12,000 people present. Rev. Galusha Anderson of Chicago preached the convention sermon. The gasoline tank of an automobile blew up in Roger Williams' park, Providence, R. I., Sunday night, throwing burning oil over the occu pants who were soon enveloped in Haines. Five persons were injured, but all will recover except one, a 17-year-old girl whose clothing was almost en tirely consumed and who, it is thought, inhaled the rlanies. The emperor of China has appointed S. W. Xickerson of Boston as vice-consul to look out foi the interests of the Chinese in Boston and New England. Up to the present time the Chinese of the Xew England states have had to depend on the consul general at San Francisco, or the imperial consul at Xew York. There are nearly 10,000 Chinese in tho vicinity of Boston. John McGraw Woodbury, commis sioner of Xew York street cleaning, is engaged in an experiment in the inter est of health, with a view to locating microbes and thereby removing their cause, so far as possible. He has con ceived the idea of photographing the atmosphere which circulates in the streets of Xew York, enlarged 7,000 times. By means of photographs it is hoped the department will be able to analyze and ultimately regulate the condition of the atmosphere.. An explosion of tire damp in the Cambria Steel company's rolling mill coal mine at Johnstown, Pa., Thurs day afternoon, buried about 200 miners, horribly mangling the victims. Foul air all over the mine for a time pre vented attempts at rescue, but 113 bodies have since been recovered. Six hundred men were at work in the mine at the time, but the catastrophe affected only those in the Klondike section. The mine had been inspected three days before and pronounced sat isfactory. Xo serious accident bad oc curred there in the .'iO years of its oper ation. It is believed that gas escaped from a heading which contained gas, was closed ami not beiug worked on that account. Most of the meu killed were Huns and Slavs. The loss to the Cambria Steel company will be large. It has for many years just paid to the family of every person killed in its em ploy 1000 outside of what it expended for medical purposes, and it has paid every man who has lost an eye, limb or i because otherwise partially disabled! the sum of 500, It is understood these j rules will not be deviated from. Work ' was resumed Monday in every part of themine except the Klondike section, i The great striko of freight handlers in Chicago which almost paralyzed the city's wholesale business and caused daily loss of SI, 000,000 to her business men, hag been settled. At a meeting Tuesday night the wage schedule was agreed on and settlement of dill'erences was effected. Adjustment was brought about by Chairman Jones of the state board of arbitration. Hundreds of car loads of perishable freight have gone to waste. The fight was between 21 rail roads and 10,000 men, over one-half a cent an hour for each man. ' The citizens of Xorfolk, Va., his na tive place, presented Maj. Littleton Waller, late of the Philippines, with a sword Monday night. Maj. Waller spoke feelingly of the men under his command, who he said, inspired him by their bravery to push on and do his duty. "Bleeding, starving, dying, they pushed forward without a murmur when the odds were 80 to one against us." Gen. Chatfee comments very se verely on Maj. Waller's acquittal in the recent court-martial ca-e for executing natives without trial. Ho says the evi dence in the case is contrary to the court's lindings and that Waller de served some punishment. Gen. Chaffee has been relieved of his command in the Philippines and ordered to com mand of the department of the east. Maj. Gen. George W. Davis will suc ceed him. Vice Governor Wright of Manila de nies the charges made by the Catholic Times, that nearly all American teach ers in the Philippines are Protestant preachers and proselyters. He replies at length to the query of the secretary of war at Washington in the matter. He says there are about :i400 native teachers employed in the islands all of whom are Catholics; that teachers are selected without reference to religion and are not allowed to preach or teach religion in schools; that it is untrue that teachers are proselyting and that only Protestants are graduated: It is FROM ACROSS THE WATER, A BRIEF RESUME OF OLD WORLD NEWS Boers Don't Like Oath of Allegiance-Solomon Islanders Murder Whites-Enthusiastic Re ception in England to Lord Kitchener-The Naughty King of Spain-More Trouble Over the Sweeping of the Church at Christ's Tomb Authoritative Medical Statement About King Edward. Mrs. Annie Alexander Hector, the novelist, who wrote over the noni de plume of "Mrs. Alexander," died sud denly in London Thursday. She was born in Dublin in 1H25. She leaves a son and three daughters, one of whom is an artist of great promise, and an other is secretary to Rider Haggard. Difliculty has arisen in South Africa regarding the oath of allegiance. Many of the Boer commandants and field cornets and officials of the late Free State government refuse to sign the oath, though few of them object to signing, the document called "the dec laration," acknowledging King Ed ward as their sovereign. The oath of allegiance, however, is much more binding. Lord Salisbury has resigned the pre miership of Great Britain and his nep hew, Arthur J. Balfour, has been ap pointed iu his stead. Mr. Balfour re ceived the seals of oflice Monday. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach resigned the post of chancellor of the exchequer and oth er changes in the cabinet are expected. Mr. Balfour announced his intention of following out the general plans of his party. , The British Medical Journal pub lished Thursday an authoritative state ment regarding King Edward's health, in answer to sinister stories which have been circulated CASE WATCH PROTECTION The Jaa. Bom Stl ironed Gold Writ' ', r9, are an improvement on solid k.,m nm They are stronner anil won't bend i,.ril Made of two layers of gold, wit h u m ,.r ( stiffening metal between, welded to... n,er Into one solid sheet. Tin ouisid. iav(.r contains more gold than win bo worn',,', a case In 25 year, the time for which a Jas. Boss Case Is guaranteed. las. Boss stGoiSd Watch Cases ip&rane. ,.,.,1 use, but much , lower P'' y ,:"l' ".s th'e oi Look for the Keystone ti-iule-iiiiirk. Kend for booklet. - KI.II.J.I.WI. sk xne Keystone waicn case i,ompnj,rnH-i.,p.i. COLD i The foreign ministers to China have agreed upon theconditions for the res-1 toration of the government of Tien- , Tsin to China and these conditions Some Bulletins Valuable to r armen The Experiment Station iir JJUrl;r- ton has just issued three luiiieri scribing commercial fertilize., v.. only await the signature of the Italian t mont grasses and clovers, and a f!b minister, who is absent, for presenta- poisonous to horses. Xo. ! lik-t tion to ne Uninese government. i tne commercial leriuizer ira'i of ueust9has now been set for the ; state, discloses the charaeter of coronation of King Edward, who is ; goods sold, ana aavises concerning pl an vinus to be crowned at the earliest ; chases, etc. No. 91 describes and rait. nnssible moment and who is a prey to the sundry hay and pasture grnst superstitious fears on the subject, i clovers, discusses the weed graces f,;an iiovanrlra'a nna t on would he metDods or comoatiing mem, eon-: nfFei.fwl if he were to die uncrowned. ' ers the cultivation of grasses and clo This fact also weighs upon the king, ers and tells how to recognize th-: n u malcine- excellent iroeress and , No. j describes the common hnwa no recurrence of the present trouble is plant now being harvested in the k fooro.i i,v hia nhvaipinns hut it is de- ! in many portions of the state wh clared that he wi'll alwavs lie something; has probably killed hundreds of V It stated em- ff an invalid exceptional uiar. any graouaie s oilier i .. ni, thflt. f ,m mpdical at tnan catholic, hecretary K.iot has now Uendants are satisfied that His Majes sent an identical letter, which first re- tv, coa;,thution is thoroughly sound, fers to h is submission of the complaint ; Xne Lanuet s,)eciflcaiiv asserts that the tn tinv. rithr nn,l rhun ifivnd fhtt l;ir. .... J . - ...... .......... .... King is free from cancer. ter's answer, to the persons who made phatically that during the recent ope- International complications may ration no trace of malignant disease ! arise between the Lnited btates ana Japan as the result ot tne occupation In a lecture at Paris Saturday, Leroy lieaulieu, an eminent economits, showed thiit the rate of interest is con stantly decreasing and predicted that in the next 2.'i years capital will be glad to get 2 per cent., and that 50 years hence such first-class securities as government bonds and railway secur ities will bear 1 per cent, interest, "which, " said the lecturer," will com pel all except the very largest capital ists to work for a living, and the lei sure of the class of people now called well-off will be abolished." the complaint. Harry Tracey, the Escaped Oregon convict, is still at large near Seattle, Washington. Last week he terrorized the family of E. M. Johnson near Kent, obliged Mr. Johnson to go to Tacoma and buy him a new revolver and ammunition, threatening to kill bis family at the first sign of treach ery. He took a week's provisions when he left. Thursday night he was sight ed by the pursuing deputies and sur rounded but he walked through their line and escaped. When challenged by a deputy, he coolly pretended to be one of the party and when the oflicer low ered bis gun he fired at him and then disappeared in the brush. Ten min utes later he tried without success to board un east bound freight train, and then went into the woods. The sheriff insists that he has his hiding place surrounded and that the fugitive can not escape. It was reported Monday, however, that he had tricked the oth cers and escaped to Palmer, evidently headed for Alaska, body of David Merrill, who escaped force inadequate to preserve order. wiui mm irom tne penitentiary, nas Representations made by Secretary Hay to the Powers have resulted in most of them agreeing to restore Tien Tsin to the Chinese government with out iniiosing the onerous terms de manded by some of the foreign gen erals who are still stationed in China, and who prefer such service to that in the field, since they receive much larger pay. These generals insisted that if the Chinese secured Tien-Tsin He is j again they should be permitted to place Ane no more than .illO troons in the city, a to be the largest and most memorable : fThe TAmerican Anti-Trust League, in the history of the order. Monday i through its general othcurs. has mailed President Roosevelt is to be present B letter to President Roosevelt severely and there will be an elaborate display j censuring him for eulogizing Attorney of fireworks; Tuesday there will be a ! General Knox in his Pittsburg oration picturesque parade of Sons of Veter- i of July 4, more than one-half of which ans, militia and regulars and Wednes-1 was devoted to that subject. The let day a parade of veterans. Numerous ; ter recites tho efforts made by the excursions will be made to points of l.Hgue to secure action bv Attorney 'I K A IU X. GH. HALL. in fclate. Carpenter and Slater. 15 Clark Street. Dealer 2Stf aERCANTILE, BARROWS to CO., Wholesale Dealers in Coals of all kinds. Mam Street, Brattleliori,. and Retail Oilice No. 33 lr.yl interest. The Most Rev. Patrick A. Feehan, Roman Catholic archbishop of Chicago and the oldest and most widely known prelate in the West, died of acute con gestion of the brain Saturday. Arch : bishop Feehan, who was born in Coun j ty Tipperarv, Ireland, was 7:! years j old. He was ordained to the priest- hood in 18."i2, and in the same year came to tne united states. He has been archbishop of Chicago siuce 1SS0. Before that he went through two yellow fever epidemics in the South, and was for many years bishop of Nashville. ! The state department has applied to ' the charge d'atlaires of the British em- i people will hold vou responsible; for it bassy for the extradition from Canada i is within vour nower. Mr. President General Knox against various combi nations alleged to be acting in viola tion of the Sherman anti-trust act and reviews the evidence furnished Mr. Knox as to their operations. They con clude that the president is either ig norant of such evidence and of the in action of the attorney general, or else his conduct is equally reprehensible and will lie even more severely con demned by the people. They claim that an "honest enforcement of the laws is now presented by the collusion exist ing between the attorney general and criminal trusts. If Mr. Knox is per mitted longer to prostitute the depart ment of justice to such base uses, the IMSl'RAiCIC. C. I. n.. J"331M3r33. Successor to Sherman & ,lenne, iivsuriiVKroE. ESTAHMSHKD IN 107. Fire, Mutual Life, Acrfrtent, Plate (ifass, Em ployers Liability, Elevator, Hartford Steam Boiler, Tornado Indemnity and Surety Itonds Knrtb German Llovd s. 8. 'o. 17tf HEAVY TRUCKING OF ALL KINDS Done at Reasonable Prices ! I have purchased a Deck Wagon for moving household goods. Can carry more goods and in better shape than any other" wagon Tn town, sav ing you time and money. I also have the latest machinery for moving pianos. LUCIUS W. ADAMS. TELEPHONE: 14923. Successor to J. A. Tavlor. LEON C. WHITE, Electrician. Headquarters at Electric Light Station. For Sale ! The Ceo. F. Moseley Farm In Vernon, Vt. Between 50 and fiO acres orMand under a high Stat1 of cultivation. Can grow toliacco or any other crop rained. Building in excellent con dition. No better farm of its size in the Con necticut Kiver Valley. TO BE SOLD TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. for further particulars Inquire of F. J. BAILEY, 16tf Brattleboro, Vt. of John F. Gaynor and Benjamin D. Greene, who are wanted in this coun try in connection with charges of mis appropriation and embezzlement aris ing out of the river and harbor frauds at Savannah, for which Oberlin M. j Carter, once an army oflicer, is now ! serving a term in prison, Tiie depart ment of justice claims that obstruc tions were placed in the way of the Canadian proceedings by reason of con nections between counsel for Messrs. Greene and Gaynor and crown ollicers. Liang Chen Tung, secretary of the Chinese embassy to the coronation of King Edward, was Saturday appointed j Chinese minister to the United States, j New ministers to Russia, France and ' Italy have also been named. Xoneof the appointees has held any important of- j fice, showing that the dowager em- I press regards the diplomatic service as j unimportant. Liang Chen Tung is a ! graduate of Yale university and is able, dignified and honest. lie is the first ! of the body of students sent to Atner-1 ica in the '70's to receive recognition j befitting their accomplishments, t he j Chinese officials having disliked them because of their progressive views. j Prof. A. G. Bell at the convention of i ; the National Education society at Min-1 neapolis Friday, declared that wireless ! j telegraphy will never work well on land , f though for the ocean, where the ravs , I are unobstructed, it is likely to suc jceed cables. Prof. Bell is one of the ! few inventors who have profited great ly out of their labors: his patents in connection with the telephone and graphophone, both of which he at any time to retire bun to merited I disgrace and fill his place with an at torney general who will enforce the laws equally to the rich and to the poor, without fear, favor or hope of re ward. " Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Accounts of earthquakes and volcau- j ic eruptions continue to be reported. I A volcanic cloud, charged with elec i tricity, black but dotted with lumi i nous points,apieared in the sky at Fort ! de France, Martinique, Tbursday I night. It was accompanied by loud thunder and an oppressively warm at- inosphere. An eruption of Mont Pelee ' occurred Friday morning. The out burst of flame set fire to the ruins of ; St. Pierre and for '2 minutes stones ! and cinders raiued on the communes of Morne Rouge and Fonds St. Denis. The inhabitants of Morne Kouge rted: Philippirifs. niiu jtiiiiiu iuBwtuuu iu utuer places, but there were no fatalities. The is land of St. Vincent experienced three earthquake shocks within four hours July 8. July !! there were loud deto nations from the Soufriere volcano and an immense cloud of steam issued from it. The English scientific commission ers, Drs. Anderson and Fleet, who left July 5, had a narrow escape on one of their visits to the crater. They passed over a lava-bed on the morning of June 11 in fair weather and ascended the mountain. On the return journey made in half a gale and pouring rain, jets of steam and mud issued all around them from fissures in the mountain. Walk ing on a ridge they saw on either side , to a deptn of a thousand feet masses penitentiary been found in Chehalis with a bullet hole in his back. Tracy claims to have killed him. Tracy is said to be only 'St years old but a criminal for ten years and the pupil in crime of Merrill. Monte Cristo, a famous bloodhound, scoured the country around Chebacco Lake, Essex, Mass.. Satuiday for traces of Wilbur C. Clark, the little four .V'ar old son of Harry W. Clarke of Bev erly, who so strangely disappeared on June 17 last. June IT is a holiday, Bunker Hill day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke and their children Jrove to Chebacco lake for an outing. They reached its shores about noun and Mr. Clarke was i tying his horse when little Wilbur ' asked his father if he could takeoff his stocking and shoes and go in wad ing. His father told him to wait a few minutes and turned to care for the horse. At that instant the boy disap- ' peared and has not been seen since ' though local and state police nnd trained woodsmen have taken part in ; the search. The lake ha-- been dragged, dynamite exploded and the bottom scanned through a water telescope. ; The brush covered swamps around the hike have been beaten again and again. ! The only clue found has been Wilbur's tie, on a bush about three quarters of a mile from the spot where he was last seen by his father. A reward of "H0 has been offered for the return of the ; hoy. The don, Monte Cristo. belongs to Dr. Lougest of Boston, who loaned him to Mr. Clark. He came from Eng land and has done some famous trail ing. In Blackstone, England, a bar ber attacked a young girl, dismem bered her and bid the parts of the body by Captain Rosehill and expedition, of Marcus island, a small guano island 2,800 miles west of Honolulu and 1,000 miles east of Yokohama, which was re cently granted to Rosehill by the Unit ed States. A party of Japanese armed with rirles, are in possession of the is land and are getting guano, and hold an official document from the Japanese government which has heretofore claimed the island. The United States armored cruiser Brooklyn, which left Annapolis July 1, having on board the remains of Lord Pauncefote, late ambassador of Great Britain at Washington, reached South ampton, Eng., Monday morning. The body was landed with full naval hon ors, 121 bluejackets composing the par ty of bearers, passing between lines of seamen with arms reversed, to a spec ially draped railroad carriage. The American and British bands played Chopin's funeral march. Minute guns were fired by the warships until the train defiarted for Xewark-upon-Trent. The Campanile, a detached bell tower of St. Mark's church, Venice, ."125 feet high, collapsed Monday morn- I ing and fell with a great crash into the j piazza. A corner of the royal palace was damaged, a crack appeared in mont horses. One horseman, who i I the last lew years nas lost severs I : horses, seeing the preliminary Mti- j of this bulletin in a Vermont iap : investigated liis nay, lounci trie pla;- .therein and feeds it no lont'er. Ad three bulletins will be sent with! ( charge to any person who re juev i them. Back issues for several year- ; will likewise be forwarded on rf.jue;; I ibe applicant s name win. if net-I : quests it, be placed on the niailinzli for future issues. A postal card a; i dressed to the Experiment Statin I 'Burlington, t., stating desires, ; be sufficient. To New York, Through the Sound by Bat- light. A delightful sea trip from Boston i- the vovage to Xew York, "All thera bv water," on the Joy Line steamer d rect every Wednesday and Saturdat The trip occupies about 21 hours, lear ing Boston at o p. m. , thus giv ing th- passenger the advantage of a through L,ong island bound the nei: day. The steamers pass in full view o! both shores, in addition to which j there is an ever varying panorama oil every kind of sailing craft constant!; I passing. ine steamer, Uld .Dominion, i especially noted for its steadiness. The broad Mail advices from Australia say that a letter has arrived at Brisbane from Mr. Swanson, the government agent in the Solomon Islands, saying that he is among a murderous band of natives who are intent upon massacring all the white settlers. They had already mur dered the captain of a recruiting labor vessel, and a missionary and his wife A number of blacks friendly j ful example of a Paul Veronese paint- ij : ,.... j , . i mi,' uesiroyeu in tue paiace and : at Ura. to The whites were also beheaded. Friendly natives say that these "head hunters" are bent on murdering the whites on the island, and all blacks in sympathy with them in retaliation for the exclusion of the Solomon Islanders from work on the sugar plantations of Queensland. A sensational trial at Jerusalem, the result of the clash between the Greek and Latin monks in the church of the Holy Sepulchre, surmounting Christ's tomb, in November last, has resulted in the sentencing of .'11 Greeks, includ ing 12 priests, to terms of imprisonment . ranging from a week to nine months. ! The most interesting point which de- ! veloped after the disturbance was the ! decks, wnich tttord ample or , portunity for promenades, and the the wall Sunday and two windows were . ceuent tao e set by tne company com- hrnkon. Anrl iiit l,f, th mll., . "me to make the trip thoroughly en- noise of falling stones within the 1 Joyable in e-ery way. The expense of tower warned people of the impending 1 the trlP 13 ver-v slight, orly oni disaster. No lives were lost. Venn. I wa.vi or e,).50 round-trip, including tians bemoan the destruction of one of ;berth in stateroom. Tickets, state the oldest art treasures in the kin"- ! rdms 8nd a information on applies- dom. Four of Sansovino's statues of U011!?- -Ultoo, City Pass. Asrt-. Venetian nobles were Hf.mnlisr.erl in ! -H Washington St., Boston. Te: the Sansovino los?!?etra. while a heAnH- ; phone 2022 Main. 2-lt in the wing of an angel from the top of the bell tower was thrown down to the front door of the cathedral, smashing the Bando column. The Campanile stood opposite the church, or cathe dral, of St. Mark's. It was founded in 888, restored in l.'i29. provided with a marble top in 1117, and in lolT was ' crowned with the figure of an angel nearly 10 feet high. There were bronze statues of Peace. Apollo, Mercury and Pallas on the coping of the Campanile, and its fine bronze doors were much ad mired. At the top of the tower a tire watchman, with a telescope, was con tinually stationed. The ascent of the tower was made from the inside by a winding inel inprl i.ln rf 513 Kon.la o,i ndy'd ' ast'-v k.v a few steps. The Greatest Offer Ever Made! fact that liermany and Italy, in porting tne claims of tiaeir won Diiinljc -it.t fi i na,l an i ra1 a f r.irw ,Ka...il tan recognizing their right to protect , Knights of pytnia8' Meeting. San Fancisco. their respective subjects, and that thus; The NICKEL PLATE Rd. will sell France's claim to an exclusive lirotec- I Aug. 1st to 10th inch special excursion tor.ite over all the Catholic clergy in the east is no longer admitted. The dispute between the Franciscans and Greeks arose on the question as to which community had the right to sweep the church. Troops had been posted in the vicinity for several days previous to the outbreak in order to in different places. One by one of these : prevent the anticipated collision, but tickets Buffalo, X. Y.. to San Fran cisco and return at rate 802.00, good returning to Sept. :0th, account of above meeting. Best accommodations, fast time, lowest rates. See nearest agent or write L. P. Burgess, X. E. P. Agt., Xo. 2o8 Washington St.," Boston, Mass. 29.3t sections were found until only the head was missing. After six weeks the hound found the girl's head hid in the chimney of the barber's house, and a great mystery was solved. The Vatican Thursday replied to the request of this government that the Spanish friars be withdrawn from the Ihe reply declared that they were suddenly outnumbered and overpowered by the contending parties. There were several casaulties on both sides. We will send the Thrice-a-Week World, The Cosmo politan Magazine, The Woman's Home Compan ion, and the Windham County Reformer, for $3.00 for a full year's subscription to each, the regular rice is S4.50. If you are already a subscriber tothe Reformer, you can have this offer by paying a year in advance. This offer is good for 30 days. Address, ULLERY & CO., Brattleboro, Vt. Lord Kitchener arrived in South ampton, Eng., from Cape Town Satur- ' day, and was given a magnificeut wel- i come. His progress through London in the afternoon was a memorable one , the Pope is unable to do this within The railroad depot was carpeted with i tue nxeo period oecause ot ine nintn ; red and decorated with Mowers. An I art icleofthe treaty of Paris, by which ! immense throng including the Prince ; Spanish subjects residing in the Phil- j of Wales, Duke of Connaught, Lord! ippines are permitted to remain in the . Roberts and others, were there to greet I territory and have the right to "carry j the hero. Tremendous cheers arose! NOTICE. The Celebrated MASON A HANSON Patterns for Spring ami Suninier 19U2 now readv for In epectinn. lnn't buy chap ahoddv poods before you examine my beautiful collection of Korijrn and lmeptic woolen, worsted, vicunas and fancy suitinps. Workmanship, style and tit sec ond to none. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. DUNLEAVY, TNE TAILOR, Rrther Block. jeuieu, uae inaue mm eauuy. rie of boiling mud throwing up jets to a iiu.ui jtrms UIU.SI1U mieuus 10 ue-, Height of three and four hundred feet, vote the rest of his life to the educa- , On reaching the base of the mountain " tunuiru lim ing unreuio near- tlie scientists found themselves ing, signr, or mentality, tie is at tne i awful predictament. head of the Volto bureau in Washing-1 hours previously a iuu, me greaiesi institution in tne which they walked was then a stream oriu as regaras scienunc stuay or tne ; of hot mud and running with tremend ea' j ous force. In order to cross this stream A thousand Indians from the Creek, I !be-v constructed a bridge only a few Chippewa, Flathead, Lemhi, Black- i lncnes wide, laid from bank to ban feet and other nomadic tribes have ! aL'rss the narrowest parts of the stream been gathered in the mountains 20 '. and eventually got over in safety. Car- milis south of Butte. Mont., foi some ' aeas. enezuela, was violently shaken The Reformer, SI.50 Yearly Subscribe Now! by an earthquake Saturday. Xear Salina Cruz, on the Pacific side of the Isthmus of Tehauntepec, a giant gey ser is active as the result of heavy earthquakes in that region since April 18 last. The column of water rising to a height of about 50 feet, roars and hisses among the rocks. weeks, where they are engaged in their j annual religious ceremony known as the sun dance, which has its origin ' with the sun worshippers. The cruel i ceremonies of fasting and dancing j around a pole with leather thongs tied to poles and fastened with sticks in the j breasts of some of the braves are strict ly observed, and the wild dance con tinues until the thongs tear out the flesh or the Indian falls exhausted. The gathering of the tribes was kept l secret bv the Indians, and the fact: nf ! its progress was onlv discovered by intB ij oneroryhoi of the genuine prospectors who returned from the LaXStlVe DrOmO-Quiflllie Tablet mountains Tbursday eight. the rawed; that nra a ceM la aw at ay ion their industry, commerce or profes ision," and especially since "it has J been proved that all the accusations uimit: uciiusi luem were iinrny mist?, partly exaggerated and partly inexact. " It promises that thefriarssha.il not re turn to the parishes they left and that the Vatican will try to introduce clergy of other nationalities, especially Amer icans, gradually. The note ends by saying that the Pope is willing that the school question in the Philippines be not insisted unon now, and that His Holiness hopes his representative in Manila may have an understanding with Judge" Taft on this point, which is nf PAliitnl htinnrtnnip in n .(.nunrrv What was three i almnat dry ravine OVer I nnntrnnt with IO nrtielse orimltrl tho note. Governor Taft was instructed by the war department Monday to insist on the withdrawal of all Spanish monks and friars from the islands. Xo compro mise will be made on this question which is considered vital in its effect on future Philippine government. Gov ernor Taft will be instructed on the question of religious instruction in the schools, that the American mission will not consider at any time any prop osition on the subject, as it would not involve the administration of public affairs with anything savoring of de nominational religion. Reduced Bates To points all through the West via XICHEL PLATE Rd. Fast time, fin est equipment, everything for comfort and convenience of passengers. See nearest agent, or write L. P. Burgess, X. E. P. Agt., Xo. 2-S Washington St,, Boston, Mass. 2a3-t wnen he appeared. Royal carriages , took the party to the Victoria gate j where the mayor of Westminster pre-j sented an address. At St. James pal ace Lord Kitchener was entertained at luncheon at the right of the Prince of Wales. Lord Kitchener in his speech at Southampton said his success was ! due to the rank and file of the army. After the luncheon he went to Buck- j inghain Palace, where the king present- j ed him with the decoration of the new ! order of merit. His campaign in South j Africa was marked bv the following; events: Took the field January 10, I 11(00. as Roberts' chief of staff; fought j at Paardeburg, where Cronje surren- i dered with 4,000 men, tebruary 27, 1900, was at occupation of Bloemfon tein March l.'J, l'.XK): barelv escaped capture by DeWet June li", 1900: as sumed supreme command of armv of 2."), 000 November :W, 1900: built iron blockhouses every .'1.000 yards along railways and in chains through country connected by barbed wire fences charged with electricity: started peace negotiations February 22, 1901, through General Botha's wife ; gave Botha leave May 10, 1901, to send envoys to tell Kruger the situation: established con centration camps; issued August 6, 19ul, banishment proclamation ordered by Chamberlain; pursued steady pol icy of "wearing down Boer resistance by now scattered bodies ;" signed peace treaty with Boer leaders May 31, 1902 : made a viscount by the king June 1, VIOLET AMMONIA. 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Send to TJrODiietc: June u at the king's request: turned if or tabulated. t)ed:ori(i T,o- v. -l r over control of affairs June 17, i9o-, toLv,- . cu'Bie(:s. inese horses have never stood before 3: civil authorities: sailed from Cape i PUDUC service. - Town June 23, 1902, for England. I . 1 Chas. Miner. West Brattleboro, Vt.