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THE WINDHAM 'COUNT' RKl'OltMER, FRIDAY, AUOUST 22, 1002.
A STRONG STATEMENT Rev. Theo. Hunter, pastor of the Pres byterian Church, Greensburg, Ky., says: "I have received great benefit from th use of Dr; David Kennedy's Favor ite Remedy. I had a severe attack of Kidney trouble, but Favorite Remedy entirely removed the malady. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is the Burest cure for all diseases of the Kidneys. Blad der, Liver and Blood. Rheumatism and Dyspepsia. All druggists sell it In the NEW 60 CENT SIZE and the regular $ 1 .00 size bottles. Sample bottle enough for trial, fret by mail. Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y. Dr, David Kermtdy'i Golden Drops instant reliof. Nturalgia, nhmimitlim, Irulsol, lumt. 2jc, 30c NEW WORLD HAPPENINGS. EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN SUMMARY, Horrible Death in France of Senator Fair'a Son-Moroi in Mindanao Still Hostile-The First Negro Exposition Year's Grain Crop Largest on Record Study ing Cholera Bacillus in the Philippines Great Salt Lake Drying Up-Noted Spirit ualist Dead-The Coal Strike. The will of the lute John W. Maekay bequeaths the whole of his vast es tate to his son,' Clarence Huugerford Mnckny. Carmeucita, the Spanish dancer who first appeared in this country 12 years t Villi.,' Ilinntou You' trr is flEO. ROBERTS. v-a aim ti is. M. D.. Suriteiin. Surp-ry es til' Women a specialty. I lllu-e 83 Main street. House 0 Canal street, tele phone at house anil at lironks Utilise Pharmacy. Hours : 8 to H a. in.. 1 to 3 anil 7 to K yi. m, p. m. ALDRICH. M. D., l uion mock, Hrat- (miee noms unruy a. in., i to o anil 7 to 9 p. m. Telephone l'J.i-3. -"-.! I R tlelioro. Attorneys at Law. 12 mid 14 l lleiy lltiilding. 29-tf . TIACON &. HOOKER Drs. BOWEN &, TUCKER. Dr. Bowen. Dr. Tucker. Residence, Hii.li St. ; Office and lies. Leonard Office hours at Illoek; Hlock. Ofliee hours 7:30 to S A. 12:30 to 2 1 0:30 to S l Till 8:30 A. M. 1 :M to 3 P. M. 7:111) to '.I V. M. DR. A. KNAPP. nosite llrooks Dentist. Hooker lilock, op llouse, Hrattlehoio. DR, C. S. CLARK. Dentist, llrattlelioio. Teleplmiie. Whitney block. A I. MILLER. M. D.. 1'hysician and Snr- (eon, llookel lilock, Hrattlehoio. Vt. Of fice hours : 8 till 0, 1 to 2, li :3U to 8. d N. G0LDTHWAIT v ortiineiii. Wednesday. D. D Monday S., Dentist, Tuesday and 22-2(it TiR. GEO R. ANDERSON, Physician and Sui'treon. Olhce and resilience, S3 Mam Street, sorcery, in all its branches, a specialty. Office hours : until 10 a. in., 1 to 2:30 p. in., 0:30 toiievenine;. Telephone, "Hrnnks House." 2tf DR. H. L. WATERMAN. 11 Elliot Street. Of fice hours : 12 :J0 to2 :30and B to 8 p. m. 4Ctf WATERMAN &- MARTIN. Attorneys v Law, Hank lilock, lirattleboro, t. DENTISTRY in all its blanches. Teeth ex tracted without pain. R. K. Kixkead, D. D. S., S3 Main Street. 2tf GF. BARBER, D. D. S Cnion Hlock, oyer Greene's drug store. lirattleboro, Vt. Physician anil Ortt'cc in Crosby Block. Residence, No. 3 Walnut Street. Office hours : from 8 to 9 a. 111., 1 :30 to 3, and 7 to 9 p. m. TAMES CONLAND. M. D., J surtreon. lirattleboro.- Vt. EO. H. G0RHAM. M. D. VJ Main Street, lirattleboro, Whitney block. Practice limited to, the diseases" of the Eve, 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. lstf The famous lost Cabin gold mine has been rediscovered on Otter Creek, in the Big Horn mountains, Wyoming. There is great excitement and a rush of men to the place. Emilio Terry, Cuban secretary of agriculture, has resigned his position Ever Held This ! but his resignation has not been c- cepteu. Me will nave lour nays ,ior reconsideration. ' The Colombian gunboat, Hoynea, has been captured by the revolution ists, with .'100 government soldiers and Gens. Ortiz and llenao, and supplies of munitions of war and provisions. George M. Hopkins of Urooklyn, X. V., a well known scientist and noted inventor, died in Urooklyn, X. V. , Sunday. He was the author of "Ex perimental Science" and was for 23 years an editor of the "Scientific Americanf" The Moro situation in Mindanao, P. I., is considered critical, and the American troops will probably move soon against liiicolod, which has a strong fort and other defences and from which several hostile demonstra tions have recently been made. After two days' fighting, Gen. Ju meau, Firminist commander, defeated the troops of Gen. Xord, of the provis ional government at St. Michel, Haiti. Before retreating, the defeated army entirely burned the town. More fight ing is imminent at St. Raphael. Robert K. Remington of New York, whose engagement to Miss May Van Alen, daughter of James , I. Van Alen, was recently broken, shot and killed himself in the Newport, R. I., reading room Monday. The Van Alens claim that he has seemed mentally unsound for some time but this claim is disput ed by Mr. Remington's brother. The Duchess of Marlborough ar rived in Xew Vork Tuesday morning, fresh from the coronation in which she took an important part. She was ac companied by her mother, Mrs. O. H. 1'. Belmont, her brother, W. K. Van- ierbilt, jr., and his wife, a sister of who was killed in an automobile accident in France. The lower portion of the city of At tulta, on the Pacific coast, just west of Culincan, Mexico, has been complete ly destroyed by a tidal wave. Xot less than ) persons are known to have been drowned. The loss of life may be sev DR. F. G. PETTEE, Dentist, Crosby oyer Holdeh's drug store. block, 40tf CS PRATT. M. D 18 North Main street, Hrattleboro. Office hours: until 9 a.m., 1 to 2 :S0 p. in.. 0 :30to8p. 111. 41tf JOHN E. GALE, Attorney at Law Guilford, 19vl I I I I I I II I I I I I I H. E. BOND & CO. I Funeral Directors and Furnishers. 17 Slain Street, lirattleboro, Vt. .null' i i MORAN 6l CO. Undertakers and Embalmers. 19 MAIN STREET. ' TELEPHONE CONNECtTonTdAY AND NIGHT. Day call, S4-4. Night calls, 27-4 and 140-23. ago. at .Minos tuearre, -ew lorit, is reported dead of yellow fever at Rio Janeiro, Brazil. Vivien Sartoris, daughter of Mrs. Xellie Grant Sartoris and granddaugh ter of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, is to be married in Co'burg, Out., August 2.'1, to Frederick Roosevelt Scovel, a cou- j sin of President Roosevelt. The value of the cereal harvest of the j United States for 11)02, estimated from j the government's crop report, will be ; $:!,000,(KO,(W0, in bushels as follows:! Corn, 2,4,01K),(RI0: wheat, 031.000,000: 1 oats, 800,000,000. This, if realized, will 1 be the largest total production of ce- j reals ever recorded in the country. Mrs. Bridget French, said to have been the originator of more inventions j than any other woman, is dead at Roch- ; ester, X. V., aged 72 years. She was, the inventor of 'M devices, holding pat ents for them. The most important was the French burglar proof lock, I from which she got considerable money. ! Lieut. Richard Strong, of the army j medical corps, is making 'excellent j progress in the study of the cholera bacillus in the laboratories established j by the bureau of insular affairs in the Philippines, A bacteriologist and n pathologist will be sent to Manila next ; b 1... I,... t,, n-wt In tbe Oerillll, IT. , 8 rV ' the, late Charles Fair. The Standard Oil company, after a two months' test of fuel oil as a sub stitute for coal oil at its Bayonne, X. J., plant, has obtained a supply of soft coal and abandoned the use of oil. . It has decided that the cheapest grade of coal pea and dust mixed with coke obtained from its refining stills is both better and cheaper than fuel oil. Thomas W. Lawson of Boston, stock operator, copper king and millionaire yachtsman, is the author and publisher of a history of the America's cup, is sued in a private edition of 3,000 cop ies. A year of labor on the part of compilers, artists, engravers, printers and others working with Mr. Lawson has gone into the book, and 00,(KX) also. "Judge Caron in the superior court at Quebec, last week, discharged from custody Col. John F. Gaynor and Capt. Benj. I). Greene, whose extradition the United States wants, in connec tion with alleged frauds in harbor work for the federal government in volving millions of dollars. The Unit ed States government will now insti tute new extradition proceedings. The first negro exposition ever held, jthe Middle States and Mississippi Val ley Exposition, opened in Chicago Thursday night, President Roosevelt pressing a button in his library at Oyster Bay as a signal. The exposition will close September 11 and will show the progress of the negro from the abolition of slavery, 10 years ago. Over SOstates and territories are represented. Santos-Pumont, the. aeronaut, who. is was expected, would make a flight i , ' I. " 1 ' ! ' -I..-.- U 1. : Otll iu ins iiiacuiue uoiu iiimoiuti oeacu to the Battery, Xew York, sailed for France last week. He said the expect ed prize of ?i"i,0ti0 for the flight had not been put up and that as be is not a rich man he could not make the exhi bition. He will return to this coun try in time for the airship contest at the St. Louis exposition, An infernal machine, containing several pounds of gunpowder in highly concentrated form was recently sent to R. E. Pattison, ex-governor of Penn sylvania and the present Democratic nominee for that office. The plot to The old Bostou museum is to be torn down and the new Kimball building to be built upon its site when the preseut lease terminates will contain no theatre, This decision is made on account of the fact that the center of the town is moving away from that lo cality. Colonel William Arnold Hemphill, founder and for many years business manager of the "Atlanta Constitu tion," died at his Atlanta home Sun day. He fought to the end of the Civil war with the Confederate armv, show ing conspicuous gallantry, and was se verely wounded at Gettysburg. The storv of the existence of a white 1 Asproinoute race distinct from the typical Moros on gio, and killed Mindanao Island is now disputed. In vestigation by order of Capt. Baldwin showed that these lighter hued inhab itants are not native whites, but are descended from Castilians who long ago settled in Mindanao and married j native women. All are devout follow i ers of Mohammed. j Senor Ojeda, the Spanish minister to Washington, says that Spain is to- day more prosperous than at any time during her recent, history. He says . . .... . ... ........ uttm.bad FROM ACROSS THE WATER. i . - i.) fbu , oornv of Szecuuen rt OF OLD WORLD NEWS j ',,0rts, killed 1000 rebels, C"!'' ! leader. Tong 1 u Hung, and put him to A BRIEF RESUME leader, Expelled Friar Not Wanted in Spain-Fierce: death. .... y1r.th() Battle Between Macedonian, and Turk.- j The recent ransom of Loudon't Historic Priion Demolished -In-' .V'llV'lIv'n marked increase in kidnap- , ,u i-o, friii ijeninsuui, i i'ons of wealthy Rumanian families ; have lately been seized by l.riKnds ; land held for ransom, while in Greece ! this sort of crime has again revived. ' Kina Kdwaril has presented West- i minster Abbev with a beautiful golden AS IN DAYS OF OLD, Now h Thrn, Safety I)i ,. n,N S I Wall MO It lr:ne .nrriwn, If you and I were d-fi u Vn, a should, of course, look .-;,. i ,nv tlr . places where the walls vru In, weakest. Now the human, i 1j- i.a,. i The better we understand wj..-r oit spots ure and how to wot theiu fri, taek, the longer we hlwU k-j, We must defend Cutl b :ywi:,ar first threatened, and not v u, j enemy has made a lo.l.'i:, i.t waits. The bail things, tb she really gained by losing the burden L.hite(,t w.jij (ie seD'i,v the United dian Famine Impending-New Gold Find in the Transvaal-Marconi the Inventor After All- Bones of Giants Found in Saxony-Chinese Take Possession of Tien-tsin. Lombardo, the most notorious Ital ian britrand after Mussolino. has been - r. -- .... , i 1 ii:i .-iu". - .. surrounded liy Italian troops on .uoutu i : a ,, memento of his coronation. , t,urjties, the poisons are, win, re, in the province of Reg- ! . " j,,,,,.! with a cross the spot, j turoWn out of Custle li.. ly 1, after a serious en- : -h nf the roval vacht lotorta tue Lungs, the Uwes counter. j vibert. occupied by the coltln con- i The shah of Persia with his suite ar- ; taining Queen Victoria's body, from rived iu London Monday and went to February 1 t0 February 2, 1U01. Marlborough House as the king's- ,h(? goer Ken(,rals, Botha, DeWet guest. Ho was resplendent in a blaze ! j r)eiurev.' reached Southampton, of diamonds and the gems worn by tho : SaUir'dav morning and met with members of his party were almost as 'eat reception, both from govern rich. iment ollicials and the public, being The turning over of the government ; gre,.ted on their arrival by Joseph of the city of Tien-tsin to the Chinese : Chamberlain, colonial secretary, Larl nnthr,ritiM4 pntnl .lit.eif KridrtV with D-.l.r on.l fi..n f.ord Kitchener. ...... ... vw.. - . . i jv""n i.i in'" ...v... . considerable ceremonv. An expert ar- Thev visited King Edward on the royal dU Kid of her colonies, as she needed all her strength and resources for home devel opment. He adds that there is no sur viving ill-will among his people tow ards those of this country on account of the war. . Bishop O'Gormau of Sioux Falls, S. D.. recentlv returned from Home, i called on President Roosevelt Saturday and presented him with the letter from I the Pope and the mosaic picture of the ' gardens of the Vatican, the Pope's gift j to the president, entrusted to the bish op by the Pope for delivery, On the i Hth of May, the president addressed a 'congratulatory letter to the Pope with ' a present of his own literary works. I All the Great Lake transportation ! lines, passenger and freight, are to be 'merged into one great line, under a ; company to be incorporated under j Xew Jersey laws with at least one hun idred million capital. It will also in clude the great shipyards of South ; Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleve ; land and West Superior, so the trust j will lie able to construct its own boats i and lake contracts from the government. The seaport of Cumana, Venezuela States to Pekin to complete the plans and specifications for the new United States legation building there and su perintend its construction. vaelit atCowes Sunday. The non-execution by the Turkish government of agreements reached loni airo on several nuestions affecting the interests of American citizens, has -these four M;uveng.-i-. the first three uro )jotli-r.,l ! and dyspepsia, the skm h,. than it eun do. Now tin- u, i skin, or some part of it, to C skin is clogged at we. In! lows, the poison goes to w...a is siik. Keep your system clc u, i medicine, Culcura Solven. Dr. David Kennedy, of K Kingston, N. Y. It ::ii--Dvsoepsiu, KUenmatism, ;.:; the nutritive proi es-iTs in . .. ;,':,..,. the organic muluilks so r.)';.:i. ii'iinugus. Try it uu.l y.n will try All druggists, $1.00 it hot : h. litly J;, I JH.lj.---i ailr.;..-. While digging a deep trench near : je(j (0 soinerfhat, strained relations be Frankenhauser, Saxonv, some laborers t tween the United States legation and eral times that number. The property j was occupied Tuesday noon by the rev loss is havv. It is reported that sev eral smaller coast towns above Attalta ; were washed away by the same tidal, wave, and that the loss of life in these smaller places is very heavy. I Xews of the Xordenskjold Antarctic; expedition has been received at Buenos i Ay res. The vessel is imprisoned in the I ice and preparations had been com- j menced to proceed in dog sledges. The j health of the members of the party wa excellent. This expedition is headed i by Prof. Otto Xordenskjold. nephew of ; Baron Xordenskjold, who died August i 12, litol. It sailed from Gothenburg. I Sweden. on the steamer Antarct ic Octo her 10, 1101: left Falmouth, Eng., Oc tober 20 of the same vear. olutiouists without the hring of a sin gle shot. The government forces, com manded by Gen. Velutini. and the local authorities of Cumana evacuated that town Monday night. They withdrew to the island of Margarita, about 10 miles north of Cumana, on board the steamer Ossun. A report that is caus ing much sensation is that a number of British war vessels, under the com mand of an admiral, will visit La Guaira, Venezuela, in a few davs. ; Charles M. Schwab, president of the I United States steel corporation, at the i advice of his physicians, will retire in definitely from active business life and j will leave America for rest and quiet. ( The exact nature of his illness is not known but seems to be due to mental i strain and nervous prostration. Mr. An Outside View. Believers in the doctrine of total de- '. pravity will be likely to lo:ik upon the I Bennington I Vt. i tragedy as conrirma ition of their position. The remarkable ! thing about this tragedy is the youth- fulness of the parties concerned in it. ; Xot one of the three persons charged :with guilty knowledge of the alleged I murder of MarcusRogers isover20 years j of age; Mrs. Kogers and Leon Perham ! are said to be but V-K and Miss Stella ! Bates onlv 17. The murder, then, if murder has been committed by these found human bones buried in the dry loam. The fragments of a skull were so unusually large they sent all the bones to Prof. Giessberg of Berlin, who says they show an antiquity of 2,"00 years, and are the remains of three in dividuals, each 7 feet 0 inches. A new gold reef traversing a large extent of territory has been discovered iu the Transvaal and there is great ex citement at Johannesburg over the news. Local geologists think the strike is a continuation of the Witwatersrand main series, but the discoverers declare that they have found new gold fields that will be equal in size to that of Witwatersrand. The Marquis Solari of Italy contra dicts the published reports that Sig nor Marconi had given him credit for the invention of the wireless telegraph system bearing his name. He says that the accessory invented by him, which by desire of Italian government provisionally protected in Marconi name is a mere accessory and not at all necessary or important to the system. The central provinces of British In dia are stricken with famine, crops having failed for lack of rain. Food is so dear that it is unobtainable by the mas-es of the people who are beg ging of the Franciscan mission for aid. Rev. Father Paulus of Magpur says that if outside help is not rendered, ten times more people will perish there than at Martinique and in the war in South Africa. The Spanish council of ministers tii- ,,nrt The rnited States minister, John G. A. Leishman. has informed the latters that he will not discuss other matters until the terms of the settlements already agreed upon are carried out. The little island of Torishinia, Ja pan, was overwhelmed by a volcanic eruption between the l-'ith and loth, and all the inhabitants, numbering 1"0 persons, were undoubtedly killed. The island is covered with volcanic debris and all the houses on it have disap peared. The eruption is still proceed ing and is accompanied by submarine eruptions in the vicinity, which make it dangerous for vessels to approach the island. Torishinia is one of a chain of islands extending between the Ronin islands and Hopda, the biggest island of Japan Saturday's naval pageant off Ports mouth. Eng.. in celebration of the cor- was onatiou of King Edward, though small er than originally planned because of j the absence of many of the foreign 'warships that werethere in June, was I nevertheless, one of the grandest affairs of the kind in modern history. The i British portion of the fleet combined . 21 battleships and 21 cruisers, selected i from the channel, reserve and cruiser : squadrons. Though the foreign war dships were not numerous, most of the i flags of the civilized world were to be seen fluttering from the mastheads, j There was a grand illumination of the 'ships and harbor Saturday night. The Boer generals. Dewet. Delarev Tues ic re- GAIN & IZARD, MERCHANT TAILORS, 117 MAIN STREET, Woolens for Fall and Winter now in stock. Schwab's salary in the position he now j young persons, cannot be regarded as TRADES. GH. HALL, t':o iienter ami .slater. in slate. 25 Clark Street. Dealer 23tf MERCANTILE. BAKE0WS & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Coals of all kinds. Mam Street, lirattleboro. and Retail Office No. 33 l.ivl Pattison was divulged letters, and leaked out the senders became in talked too much. The package have been ar- INStRAMi:. C. IT, n.. JENUE, Successor to Sherman & Jenne, IKTSURANC3D. ESTAHLI9HKD IN 1867. Fire, Mutual Life, Accident, Plate Glass, Em- 6 lovers Liability, Klevator, Harttord Steam oiler, Tornado "Indemnity ami Surety Itonds North German Llovd S. S. 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R. BROWN'S LIVERY & BOARDING STABLE, Tally -bos ! Four-in-hands ! Coaches ! Hacks, Surry, Tluckltoanls. Single and double teams. Stable ojM?n night and day. BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Sell Everything. Address J. BAILEY, Rftbrr Block. Hrattleboro, Vt. assassinate Mr. hy anonymous because one of toxicated and senders of the rested. A small arty of Moros surprised an outpost of the -27th infantry at Camp lt-ars, Mindanao, Autjust 12. Serfrt. ! Foley and Private Carey were killed land Private VanDorn was severely wounded. The Moros. who numbered ionly a dozen, were armed with spears and swords, ltiey escaped with pos sibly a few wounds. They were all from liaooclod. The American sen tinels were terribly cut by the swords and spears. The president has ordered that here after the names of the enlisted men of the army who die in the Philippines be cabled to this country once iu everv two weeks. It costs an, average of 1.50 to cable news to this country of the ! death of an officer in the Philippines, , and about 5CiU for each enlisted man. This difference is due to the fact that . the war department has code numbers : for all its officers while the names of j : the enlisted men, together with their i company, regiment, etc., must be sent: ; in full. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fair of San ( j Francisco were killed while riding in ' a racing automobile near Evreux, I France, Thursday. The machine was ' running at the rate of &2 miles an hour J I when one of the pneumatic tires burst, j j the automobile swerved to one side and ' , crashed into a tree. Mr. Fair's head; ! was crushed in, his wife's skull was I split and the chauffeur became insane from shock. Charles Fair was the son I of ex-Senator Fair of California and a ' brother of Mrs. Hermann Oelrichsand I Airs. V. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., of Xew i York. He was disinherited by his father ! for his marriage in 18!3 to Maude Xel- i son in San Francisco. In lS'Jtj he won j a suit for his share of his father's enor- I mous fortune of over d:ft),000,000, after a sensational trial. Prof. V. J. McGee of the govern ment geological survey declares that the Great Salt Lake of Utah is vanish ing, and that this most remarkable i body of water will be completely dried up in 50 years, if not sooner. The lake j is about 75 miles long and half that at j its greatest width, and is in most plaees ; not over 30 feet deep. The reason why it is so salt, science says, is simply be cause it has no outlet save through evaporation, and the streams during jst ages have been carrying salt into it. These contributing streams are now being utilized relmiiuishes is estimated at 2.0,(KK.i a year. He began his business career as a boy by driving a stane from Loretto to Cresson, P. He is t(l years old. Luther L. Marsh, once n Xew Vork lawyer of standing, and of late vears known as a spiritualist of the wildest vagaries, has died at Middle town. X. V.. at the age of St. He was so ardent and credulous a believer that he was duped by the notorious adven turess, Ann O'Delia Diss de liar, who produced spirit pictures by tin- si-ore and filled Mr. Marsh's hou-e with them. Eventually this led to court proceedings, and to the ruin of Mr. Marsh's practice and repute as a law yer. His sanity was called iu .jties tion. His passionate devotion to this religion is said to have been due to bis adoration of the beautiful actress, Adelaide Xeilson, whose sudden death produced a profound effect upon him The wholesale price for anthracite coal was advanced Tuesday in Xew Vork from 10 to 811 a ton. This is the highest price ever paid for coal. Retail dealets will probably - now be compelled to put up the price to f li or 13 a ton. Dealers warn customers to 'prepare to get along ou half the usual : supply. The coal presidents maintain their original position in regard to the slrike. and at a meeting on Tuesday unanimously declared that the meii : must accede to their terms or remain out. "Politicians will not be allowed 1 to run our business. " they said iu re ; ply to the report that Senators uuay , and Penrose were desirous of arran'- ing a meeting between the operators and President Mitchell of the mine ; workers. President Truesdale of the I Lackawaua railroad said he thought ; there would be plenty of coal on hand j for the fall supply and this remark is construed to confirm the reports that i there is abundance of anthracite coal stored between the mines and the sea I board. Patrick Sharp, a striker, was i killed by a deputy iu a clash between strikers and deputies at Xes.uehout ing. Pa.. Monday night. The trouble arose through strikers trying to pre vent five deputies from going to the Lehigh colliery just outside the town. Only one shot was fired but it struck the man close to the heart. There was considerable excitement for a time, but order was soon restored. The dep uty, Harry McFlmoyle, was arrested and lodged in county jail. Duryea. Pa., was in the hands of a frantic mob of strikers Thursday which attacked the Warnke washery to prevent the re sumption of work ' there. The plant was badly damaged and the guards shot into the crowd badly wounding three men. The lo guards were arrest ed and jailed. The owner of the washery will start work there this week and call for troops to protect men who want to work. A committee from the Wilkesbarre public alliance met Senators Quay and Penrose at At lantic City Monday to discuss plans for compelling the coal operators to arbitrate the strike. the climax of lives of crime. Neither can the mntter be explained hyascrib i ing the murder to heredity, for no two 'of the accused are of the same family, ; nor, so far as appears, in any way re : laled. Hut when three young persons enter into a conspiracy to murder, and . proceed iu the execution of their de ;sign with coolness and masterly (lis 'stimulation, there must be a reason therefor aside from the cause directly 1 impelling to the crime. That reason, it is to be feared, is to be found in a low state of public moral-, and. if so. this tragedy is not likely long to re main exceptional. A community which can produce three unrelated persons of the moral tone or mental capacity ca pable of such an act may produce, others like them. Hoston Transcript Suit for against the companv by pelier. will try to induce the Spanish friars 'and Botha, reached The Hague in the Philippines not to return to day and were given a grand pul Spain after their expulsion. Popular j ception. Gen. Eyter, in a speech paid feeling is against them on account of ' a tribute to their heroic deeds. Gen. their alleged desertion of the Spanish Botha responded, referring to the fact cause in the islands. Even the friars' j that while they fought, their wives own orders in Spain have refused to and children were supported by Dutch welcome them, fearing they would thus generosity. He said: "We did not direct the antagonistic feeling against come here to hold festivities, but ttie cordiality ot our reception is some for the great sorrow we have experi enced. We are deputies of one at the most ruined people ruined onlv be- LITTLE GENTS' Vici Kid SHOES Sizes 3 1-2 to U 1-2, 75 cts. Surely worth a Dollar. fL'O.fKKi has been brought Central Vermont railroad Hiram li. Wedge of Mont- administrator of the estate of themselves A fierce battle was fought Friday between Macedonian rebels and Turk ish troops at Gradske Vilayet in Mon-ast-'r, Turkey. Sixty-five rebels armed with machine guns and dynamite bombs, attacked 2,000 Turkish' troops, the fight lasting 15 hours. The rebels fought until all their number were either killed or wounded. The loss among the government troops was 1-H killed and i'.'iO wounded. Members of the religious orders ex pelled from France, especially sisters, are applying to the Vatican authorities for permission to settle in the United States. They persist in this reo,uest iu spite of the fact, pointed out to them, that they do not speak the English language and that there are no vacan cies in the United States. Canada has been suggested as a better field. French being spoken there and sisters being comparatively scarce, but the appli cants do not take kindly to the suggestion. All of the 3,5,-SS slones which orna mented the crown which the Arch- I,U1,,,,. n! Xnr.- t.lnoo.l tl,n l.o.l truck by a Central Vermont tr. in QUPen Alexandra of Great Britain, in Israel Gilniont of Berlin. Gilmont wa: and killed near Tabor's crossing, lie tween Moutpelier and Barre. November 2. llioo. He left a widow and three children and the suit is brought in their behalf. f The Vermont association of Boston I reached Burlington August X'i, after an , ideal trip across Lake Champlain. i They received a cordial official welcome both from state and city. Thursday they visited Fort Ethan Allen, Au .Sable Chasm and Cooper's Point. Old home week celebrations in their native towns will be attended by individuals of the party. The distinethe badge of the association this year is a pretty gold button on which is the coat of arms of the state and the word "Ver mont. "' The topographic mapping of the ; state of Vermont is being continued i this summer by the topographic branch 'of the United States Geographical Sur vey. Instructions have recentlv been j issued to Photographer C. C. Bassett ; I to complete the mapping of the Bran- j . don quadrangle, a section in western ; Vermont. The map will not only show ; j heights above sea level but indicate I the character of the slopes and shapes of the hills. Twenty-seven similar ! topographic map sheets covering por- tions of the southern and western parts of the state have been published bv the Geological Survey. These are to be followed by others as rapidly as the Westminster Abbev, Saturday, August : i. except the famous Koh-i-noor, will ! oon be placed on sale. As the crown j i will uot be used again when it is put j up among the other regalia in the tower of London, its stones will be re- ; placed by paste jewels. None of the jewels in the crown, except the Koh-' i-noor. beloug to the state, and the ' king and queen cannot afford to keep i so many valuable jewels in their pos- ; session. . j Andalusia. Spain, is suffering from a 1 plague of tarantula spiders. Local re- lief societies have revived the old Au- i dalusiau tradition that guitar music is . the best method for curing the taran-; tula bite. It is said that the taran- ! tula poison produces a racking ner- I vous disturbance which induces the I bitten person to begin dancing when he hears the hum of the spider, and to i ; keep on dancing until profuse perspir- j at ion is induced, when he falls down j ; exhausted but cured. In consequence ' ! of the revival of this belief hundreds ' of guitar players have flocked into An ! dalusia to ply-their art in the homes , of the victims of the spiders, encourag- j ing the dancing and stimulating the j . healing process. The work of demolishing Newgate! j jail, the historic prison of London, was j begun last week. Newgate has for cen- I tunes imprisoned England's worst cause we have done our duty and de ' fended our.liberty and independence, ! for which no sacrifice could be too : great. " The crowd cheered the com manders heartily and sang the Trans ; vaal national hymn. Prof. Samuel Leopold Schenck. au thor of "Determination of the Sex," died Monday at Schwanberg, Styria. : ife was professor at the university of Vienna and .resident of the em'bry ological institute when his book was published in ISHS. but other professors iu the university complained that he had used his work, which was purely scientific, for self advertising and he was censured and his resignation re quested. He claimed that ceitain treat ment, the basis of which was careful dieting, would determine the sex of a child to be born. The difference in the number of corpuscles in the blood of the two sexes was the basis of his theory which he had studied for 20 years and claimed to have proven by the successful treatment of the wives of a number of foreign nobles. Hay Fever. This aggravating form of catarrh always appears at about the same time every summer, and sufferers from the disease will be glad to know that there is nn absolute cure for hav ' fever. BLOOD WIE repularlv taken prevents the formation of the catarrhal secretion, and tones up the whole system to a normal condition. It is the only remedy which can be relied on. For sale by CEO. E. CREEN E, Druggist. THE BRATTLEBORO CAS LIGHT CO., VI n'e If Sri Chnoe III I k9 lIU VllU'j $1.25 Sizes 6 to 8 1-2, Light and Easy Summer Shoes. E, L. PUTNAM, Near the Bridge. CAS & Furnish ELECTRIC LIGHTS BARGAINS! BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES At the BLUE STORE. The Best Stove anil the lowest l'rif ever filtered in Hrattlehi! ". 2 Burner Oil Stove and Oven, $8.50 3 ' 11.00 1 Burner Lamp Stove, .50 Every Stove cunninreeil. neroi'i..!--r tlii'.-e LOW 1-niCKS are for CA.-H ar :! BLUE STORE, 53 Main Street, JOHN CALVIN, risoriiiKTOR. funds of the Survey will permit, until criminals. It was built as a fortre: the entire mapped. state is surveyed and Popular New York Excursions. Scarcely a day passes that the man agers of the Jov Line do not receive a letter from some resident of Xew En- : explosives. Excursions to Pacific Coast personally conducted, via B. M. V. S., and Nickel Plate Koads. leave Bos ton, in Pullman Tourist Sleeping cars. every Monday and Wednesday at 1 :tKl ; trip of enual leneth out of Boston pland. who has made the round trip to Xew Vork on the staunch, iron steam er, "Old Dominion," expressing the pleasure which was afforded him by the beauties of the trip, as well as the excellent table which is maintained by the company. The route follows the South Shore in full view of Martha's Vineyard and Cottage City, thence into the Sound, offering the voyager an uninterrupted panorama of landscape and ocean views which can be found on no other the walls are over three feet thick and composed of solid stoue slabs, and the building is one of the strongest in the metropolis, scarcely excepting the Tower. It will take at least a year to demolish it and will require the' use of Newgate nas for a thou- 24 hours each day the year around. HEAVY TRUCKING ; OF ALL KINDS Done at Reasonable Prices ! I have purchased a IVck VaSoii for movinff liniiehokl jtooiU. (an carrv mure btohN and in better shape than aiiv other wagon in town. sav. Ing von tune anil money. I also have the latest machinery for moving pianos. LUCIUS W. ADAMS. TELEPHONE : 149-23. Successor to J. A. Tavlor. For Gash! You can get a bargain on Screens, Lawn Mowers and Rubber Hose. DON. A. WILDER, Telephone. 53-2. 40 Elliot St. lands around the lake, and before long immense reservoirs will be constructed p. m. arriving at L Uicago p. m. following day, where close connection is made with the through tourist cars for California points, thus making for irrigating the only one change from Atlantic to Pa cific Oceans, and affording passengers The trip is one that commends itself particularly to tourists, as well as to the tired city worker who wishes to be freshened up by a dose of "Old Nep tune's" tonic The otlicers of the line give their particular attention to la- children. and no and years been the scene of tortures and executions. It is one of the oldest buildings in London how old no one knows. It was used as a prison as far back as 11SS, as the records of those times show. It was probably built several hundred years before. Hun dreds of thousands of prisoners have been executed within its -walls. In 1.Vh it was almost altogether destroyed by tire and again in the year lij30. Among the distinguished men who have been imprisoned in Xewgate are : William Pi-nn. founder of Pennsy'va-; nia: Defoe, author of "Robinson Cru- ! soe:" and Sir Robert Wright, lord chief justice of England. As late as 17:23 torture was used there and until li8 executions were public and were j made occasions of holidav. The rf:rin I accomplished at that time was largelv ; iiisifriitciiriiitiiirriiffiiiiiiiivirVfiiif. 3 -laiaCr a most comfortable and pleasant trip Idles travelling with in the mountains, where these streams ! at least expense. See nearest agent, or pains are spared to make that class of j due to Dickens" influence. Englishmen have their source, which will cut off j write L. P. Burgess, X. E. P. A., Xo. travel feel perfectly at ease. Tickets, 1 will be glad to see its ancient walls the lake's feed entirely. When this is 25S Washington St., Boston. Mass , for done tne level of the lake will bellow- information, berth reservations, tick ered very fast, I ets, etc. 3i-5t staterooms and all information on ap- 'give way to a new structure which will plication to Geo. F. Tilton, C. P. A., j stand for more civilized and merciful Boston. Tel. 2u2 Main. 1 methods of punishment BALD EAGLE f Whiskey. ! S.F.PETTS&CO. I SOLE PROP. : The purest OistilW whiskev on 5: ! the market. ' ; S Sl.0.1 iwr bottlr. full Ouart. S:i ;! li.OO K-r Dozen". S. As an imlueeineiit to im-rease our S: 5 sales on this special brand we deliver 8 FREE to any part of X. E. six botCes !: :E or more. Itemit with order. ! S. F. PETTS & CO. I: 144-148 Canal St. and 3T Frirrd st- !i 5 BOSTON, MASS. 3; W.M.W.V.M."M.,MH,,,MM".u Lower Toll Rates Local Toll Rates for stations in the im mediate vicinity of the Central Office, have been reduced from 10 cents to 5 cents. NEW ENCLAND TELEPHONE AM) TELECRAPH COMPANY. Subscribe for The Reformer.