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BY W. W. PRESCOTT.
MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 30, 1884.
VUL. 79. 4059. KO. 42.
SjHfnfcJt'man & $mmml.
WEDNKSDAY, JULY 30, 1831.
Itcpubllcan Cotmty Convciitlon.
Tlio republlcan voters ot Washington county are
hereby notlried aml reunosted to Ineet In mass con
ventlon ln Montpelier, on Saturday, August Jd, 1884. at
ten o'clock A. M., to nomlnate candldates for state (en
atorsand county ofllcers; alo to elect a couuty coin
udttee for tlio noxt two years ensulng.
CLAHK KI.NO, 1 ,,
F. A. DWINKI.t., IltpMican
w. r. niMJsoiiAM,
W. A. JONKH, CountV
V. 1 l'lTKIN,
O. II. 1IOYCK, Commtttee.
C. A. KDUKltrOK. J
Dated at Montpelier, July 10, 1384.
Tlio Couuty Couvontioii.
Tbe county conventlon wlll be beld on Au
gust 2d, 1884. It wlll bo nddressed by llon. J.
L. Martin of Brattleboro, by Hon. W. P. Dil
lingham of Waterbury and by Mr. Frank
Plumloy of Northfield. The republlcana ot
Washington county nre cordially lnvlted to bo
prosent and to glve theso speakera euch n re
ceptlon na they deserve. Half (are on the
Central Vermont and Montpelier & Wella
BV OltDEIt OF COUNTV COMMITTEE.
It is eatlmated that the proved clalma againBt
the First Natlonal Bank at St. Albans wlll
amount to about 8250,000.
Tiie 1'atrons' Rural haa been changed to a
slx-colnmn (olio and ia now iaaued weekly (rom
theofflce of the West Randolph llerald. It
seeraa to begln Ita thlrd Tolumo under favor
Appointmkxts have been mado ln thls
county for Mrs. J. K. Barney aa followa
Waitsfield, July 31; Warren, Auguat 1; Water
bury, August -3; Montpelier, Auguat 4; North
field (at Woman'a Chrlstlan Temperance Unlon
Inatitute), Auguat G; Marshfield, Auguat 7;
Cabot, AUgust 8.
Thk spelllag reform movcment aeema to
havo reached Ludlow, and thoy have had a
" bad apell " of it. Two campaign flaga have
been put out one for " Blane and Logan " and
the other for " Blaln and Logan." The Trt
bune thinka that, aa there ia but one moro way
to f pell Blaino, they will probably get it rlght
JoaErii Fxi'E, a resldent of North Duxbury,
aged about twenty-two yeare, met with a aeri
oua accldent at Waterbury on Monday morn-
ing. Ileattemptcd to get uboard a movlng
train, misaod the step and fell under the cara,
whlch went over hia left leg, mangling it bo
badly aa to render amputatlon below the knee
Mits. Fced J. Livf.umohe of Straff ord.dnr-
ing an attack of puorper.il mania, last Sunday
morning, cut her throat, completely aevering
her windpipe. Dra. Dewey, Fish and Chaffee
were promptly in attendance, but her rocovery
ia not deemed probablo. She ia a worthy
young woman, and much sympatby ia ox
preased for heraelf and her huaband.
Tiie death ia announced of Hon. Smlth Ely of
West Fairlee at Lebanon, N. II., where he had
been stayfng for aome weeka. He had com-
plalned for a day or two of f eellng very tired,
and went to hia room, Saturday afternoon, to
lie down and reat. In a fow minutea after
ward he waa found dead. He pasaed away
peacefully.jjuat aa hohad lain himaelf down to
rCBt. Hia remaina will be sent to New York.
An accldent occurrcd on the Central Ver.
mont railroad, about a mile thia alde of
Waterbury, yesterday morning. Aa one
f reight train waa asco'ndlng a grade at that
point, it parted and the rear portion ran back
and collided with another freigbt train, wbich
was following. Scveral cara and the engine
were badly wrecked. The mail train south
waB delayed something over two houra by the
The Rutland llerald, denying the statemont
that Judge Poland ia the only member of the
Vermont delcgation in congrets that publicly
indorsea Blaine and promises lilm hearty sup
port, aaya thatMr. Stewart Ia for Blaine; that
he does not bellove that there ia any evldenco
to show that Mr. Blaine ia other than an
honeat man, and that the Mulligan lctters con
tain nothing that convicta Mr. Blaine of a sale
of a public truat for prlvate gain.
Tiie republlcan Btate commlttee wlll thia
year make their canvasa for the natlonal
tlcket mainly befoie the September electlon.
Arrangements aro nearly completed for hold
ing aix grand ralliea in dlfferent parta of the
Btate in the month ot Auguat, to be addreased
by speakera of natlonal reputation. It ia prob-
able that Rutland, Burlington, St. Albana,
Montpelier, St. Johnsbury and Windsor (or
Rockingham), wlll bo tbe towna Belected for
An underatanding between the post-olllce de
partment of the Unlted Statesand the Canadlan
post departraent haa been reached, whereby
printed matter, lithographa za& chromoa aent
by Unlted Statea publlshera aa premluma to
subacribera ln Canada, and whlch have here
toforo been excludod frora the maila for tlio
Domlnion because of thelr dutlable charactor,
may hereafter be admltted to eaid mails, eub
ject to auch regulatlona and liablllty to customa
dutlea aa the customa lawa of Canada may
Tiie Barton ilonitor explaina the uae of the
Btrlped ballcta at the St. JohnBbury caucua ln
a manner so gullelesa aa to be anythlng but
flatterlng totho intelllgenceot thatcommunlty.
ItBays: "Asto the colored votea, wo are in
formed by thoso who know all the clrcutn
Btancea that the colored votea were gotten out
to prevent a mistake, and to clrcumvent the
purpose of eorao who hoped to beguilo the
voters by uaing a tlcket in opposltlou to the
Grout tlcket whlch was printed ln libo form,
headed by tbe aame namo, and deceptive in
baving othor than Grout men on the tlcket."
Such innocence ia truly refreahlng. The HonU
tor further aaya that " there may have been
Bomo thlnga In regard to the prlmarlea in aome
localillea that were not up to the mothoda of
' Sunday-echool politica.' "
Tiieiik Is one conaidoratlon whlch ought to
reconclle privato cltizAns to thelr lot: they aro
not In danger ot baving ao-called plctuies ot
tliemselvoa thrust upon along-aufferlng public.
Now the Heformer Ia one of the beat ot our ox
changea, and we appreciato tbe aplrltot enter
prleo whlch promptg it to try to publlah plc
turea ot public men, but it Ia terrlbly hard on
he men. Last week it hnd a portrait ot Hon.
W. P. Dllllngham whlch mutt mako hlm feel
tired. Kven tho Jltformcr itaelf plalnly foela
that there ia something wrong about lt, aa It
iayg; "The portrait glvea Mr. Dllllagham a
tired and exhausted oxprcsston, a natural re-
ault from hia rccent aevero oxertiona." Thero
ia BOtnethlng sllghtly rldlcnloua about thls ox
cuso to thoso who know Mr. Dllllngham and
can aee that tho pictuio was takcn two or
three yeara ngo.
Tmc annual muster of the Natlonal Guard of
Vermont wlll be hold at Brattleboro next
month, and tho mllltla wlll bo encamped slx
daya, inciudlng one Sunday, beglnnlng on the
22d. The ground8 on whlch tho muster la lo
be hold were uscd darlng tho rebolllon for tho
mnatering in of Vermont rcgimenta, and are
admlrably adapted for camplng and drilllng
purpoaea. The location, whlch Ia ono of tho
most delightful In Now England, ia on a large
pleateau, overlooking tho Connecticut rlver
valley, and affords a charmlng sconlc vlow.
Tnn annual Instltuto of tho Woman'a Chrla-
tlan Temperanco Union of Washington County
will be hold at Northfield, August Cth and Cth.
Mra. J. L. Porklns, secretary of the Vermont
Woman'a Chrlstlan Tomperanco Union, and
Mra. J. K. Barney, natlonal aupcrlntendent of
prlson and jail work, aro expected to bo present,
and to aselst in tho excrcises. Kach Woman'a
Chrlstlan Temperanco Unlon of the county ls
entltled to fivo delegatea. Churchoa and tem
perance aocietiea in towns wbero no auch or
uanlcatlonH oxlst aro Invited to sond two ren.
reaentativea each. Sucn delegatea and repre-
sentattves are requested to eend thelr namea,
aa early aa posslble, to Mlsa Llzzle M. Knapp,
Northfield, and to wear tho white rlbbon
badge. All are cordially Invited to be present,
and clergymen are especlally urged to give tho
encouragement of thelr preaence.
Tiie commlttee of the State Temperance
Camp-meeting ABaoclatlon have, in addition to
tho llat of spoakera already announced, secured
tho servicea ot Francle Murphy, the great
apoatlo of temperance. Tho programme of
thelr moetlng at Morrlaville, Auguat 19, 20
and 21, ia aa follows: Tuesday, at two i. m.,
addrcaa, Francia Murphy; 7:15 v. m., addreas,
L. Kdwin Dudley. Wednosday, at 0:30 a. m
temperance love-foaat; 10:30 A. m., addreas,
Hev. II. F. Auatin, grand worthy patrlarch of
the Sona of Temperance, and Frank Plumley,
Ksq., grand worthy clilof templar of the Inde-
pendeut Order ot Good Templars; 2 v. M,
addreaa, Mra. Mary A. Livermoro, Melrose,
Mass. ; 1 r. m., annual buslneaa meoting; 7 r,
m., addresa, H. W. Bolton, D.D., Boaton, Masa
Thuraday, at 9i"0 a. m., temperance prayer.
meetlng; 10:30 a. m., addresa, Hev. C. D. Hllla,
Boaton. MaBa.; 2 r. m., addreas, Hon. Neal
Dow, Portland, Malne.
The poet of tho Chicago jVcicj presenta the
following on " Ben Butler na Maud Muller '
Bcq llutler, on a summer'a day,
Stood ln a conventlon maklDg bay;
The hay was sweet and tbe tiay was dry,
But it wasn't aa cocked as old Ben's eye,
For otd lien saw, on a geldlng gay,
Judge Noinlnatlon rlde that way.
Wlion the Judce eaw Den lu tbe hay at work
lie stopped hls horse with a sudden jerk,
And he rolled hls eyes on the wlnsome face
And the bnxom fonu and the alry graca
And tho wealtb of cbeek and the meflh ot balr
Ot sweet lien llutler a worklng there.
" Ob," slglied tbe jndge, " tbat tbe fate were mine
To wed with a creature so dWlne I
With llen for a mate mj llfe would seem
Llke a poet'e aong or an artls'.'s dream;
But wben they heard of my marltal plck
llow llke a tteer iny folks would klck I "
So, fearf ul of what hls folks mlgbt say,
Judge Nomlnatlon rode away,
And left Ben llutler standiog there
With her wealth of cheek and her mesh of halr;
And of all Bad words of toncne and pen,
The saddest are these " He wouldn't have Ben."
" Mit. J. F. White, a well-known mechanic
and inventor of thia town, aasiated by hia
brother, Mr. E. P. White, an oxperienced
stenograpber, now of Sloux Falla, Dakota
has," saya 'the Brattleboro Phienix, " been
eneaged for the past year or two iu perfectlng
a form of a rapld type-wrlter capable of the
epoed neceaaary for reportlng apeechea', etc,
Tho type-writera now In use, aa ia well known,
are incapable, In the handa of the mcat expert
operator, ot attaintng a apeed exceedlng sixty
worda per mlnuto, or about half that requisite
for reporting a rapld apeaker. With Mr.
White'a machlne, whlch he propoaea to name
the ' Logograph, or word-wrlter, a apeed o
two hundred to two hundred and fifty worda
per minute la claimed to bo attainable in the
handa of an experlenced operator. The ma
chlne, whlch we have had the ploasure ot bbo
Ing In operation, ia smallor and moro aimpli
in constructibn than the ordlnary type-wrlter,
weighlng only three or fonr pounde, and ap-
peara capable of dolng long service. The type
used ia tbe same aa in the ordlnary machlne
but an Ingenloua, yet eaally interpreted eystem
ot abbrevlatlon nnd arrangement ot letters, la
adopted, whlch la the uniquo invention ot Mr,
E. P. White, and conatltutoa an csaentlai tea
turo of the inatrument, aa by ita use an entlre
syllable (or word, If gliort) Ia printed at
single atioke on the key-board, and the number
of keya employed ia reduced to twenty-ono,
On an average, only one hundred and twcnty.
fivo .atrokea are neceaaary to produco one
hundred worda. The paper employed ia in tho
form of a narrow coll, not unlike that used
recclvlng telegraph dlspatbea, and Ia rewound
aa faBt aa It pasaea tbrougu the wrlter. Thia
coll of paper, after the wrlting has undeigono
Bome Bllght correction at the handa of the re
porter, can be placed directly in tho banda of
the coraposltor for newspaperuee. Should thia
invention prove in practlce to be all that it now
promises, it will raark an impartant advance-
ment in the reporter's art."
Odh eateomed conteraporary, tho Newport
Kzprets, the great Orleana county PeckBnill
in lta laat iaaue falrly outdoea ita emlnent pro
totype. One effuslve iiolltical paragraph haa
tho following: "The J(a(ciman ha boon par.
tlcularly cttong on the point that Washington
county would f uee lnto a eolld masa at the mero
mentlon of hia Dilllngham'al name. Gciieral
Grout haa at leant eight delegatea, and perhapa
more, ln Washington one town, we underatand,
havlng hlxty-llve at tho caucus, gaye hlm
xmanlmous vole." Thia etatement Is probably
nearer tbe truth than the JSzprtu often geta
Threo towna ln thia county, baving clght de!o
gatea, were reported to have been carrled for
General Grout, and from what we have learned
of the agenclea employed to effect thia reault
though the prefcrence of votera la undenlably
for Dllllngham by anorernhelmlDg majorlty
we presume tho report was correct. The caso
of the " ono town havlng alxty.five at tbe
caucua " and glvlng the general a " unanimout
vote," Ia not exactly a matter of boaBting among
hia filenda In thia vicinity, Wo have aeen the
aworn aflldavlta of reputable poraona abowlng
that money waa freely uaed to brlng about thia
aurprlalng " unanlmlty," and that votea from
adjolniug towna awelled the accordlng volco ot
the caucua, There ia alBO trustworthy verbal
teatlmony to the effect that republlcana In thia
"ono town" ln queatlon, enraged by tho
ahamoful manner In whlch they had beon ovor-
borno by tho agenta who had acoured the town
and vlclnlty, olther tetuaed to attond tho caucua
or to voto In a body whoao proceedlnga fraud
would mako a farco. Theso aro aomo of the
facta that have como to llght concernlng a cau
cua whoao actlon so stlra our pharisalcal con
temporary'a oxultlng bouI. Vas it in vlow of
tho mysterloua "foellng'Mn other quartera,
of " unanlmlty " reached by moana llke tho
above, by " zebra ballota " and othor devlcos,
that the Sxprcss felt obllged nervously to pro
test, ln another artlclo, that " there has beon
no packing ot caucueea or buying ot votea, no
undue Influonccs, no impropcr agenclea, wliat-
ever chargea enemlea may attempt to mako.
In no placo has thia feellng been more marked
than ln St. Johnsbury. Farmera left thelr
baylng and went to the caucua with hayrack
loads of votera. Grout delegatea wero elected
by two hundred and fltty majority ovor
Hooker, Dllllngham and Poland." Why thia
hastoto anticlpato nnd forostall "charges"
thatallegod "enemlea" may attempt to make?
It looka very much aa it our gulleleaa contem.
porary had been glvlng aomebody away.
Some dlacuBslon haa arlsen aa to tho timo
when the republlcan party waa formed, nnd
in what state the first republlcan conventlon
waa held. Aa bearlng upon theae points and
in reply to a request from Its edltor, Hon. E P.
Walton of Montpelier wroto the following to
the St. Albana Mcisenger: "The laat whlg
atato conventlon in Vermont waa holden at
Rutland on the 7th ot June, 1851. At thls con
ventton a platform waa adopted, whlch dia-
Bolved all connectlon with the propagandiata of
slavery nnd prepared the way for tho unlon ot
all honeat, independent and patrlottc men in
what may moBt fitly be atyled the Leaguo of
Freedotn. I ao deacrlbod the platform ed.
torlally, June 0, 1854, and 1 had tho rlght ao to
do, for I drew it up and reported lt to the con
vention, havlng firat received tho approval of
Lawrence Brainord and Ryland Fletcher, well
known leadors ot the old llberal party. At the
conventlon a state tickot was formed, conslst-
lng of Stephen Royce for governor, Oscar L.
Shatter for lleuteuant-governor and Henry M
Bates for troasurer. On June 1G, 1851, an
anonymoua call waa publl? hed In The Watcii
man for a conventlon of 1 all peraona who aro
ln favor of reslstlug, by all conatltutlonal
meana, tho usurpationa of the propagandiata
of alavery,' calleu, ' wlthout dlatlnction ot
party,' to mect at Montpelier on July 4, 1851
Thia call waa clrculated ln tho expectatlon that
the whlg conventlon would adjourn wlthout
namtng a tlcket, aud ultlmately iccelved
large number of Bignatnrea. The day of meet
lng waa changed, however, to July 13, the
annlveraary of the ordtnance ot freedotn of
1787. On that day the conventlon met and
adopted resolutlons in barmony with the Rut
land reaolutlons, differing in two materlal
polnta only, to wlt: the one adoptlng the name
of republlcan, and the other approving tho
prohibltory law ot 1652. At 'thls conventlon
the following ticket of atato ofllcera waa named
E. P. Walton (my father) for governor, Ryland
Fletcher for Heutonant-governar and Henry M
Batos for troasurer. Subaequently General
Walton on the republlcan tlcket nnd Mr,
Shafter on the whlg ticket decllned, and the
Btate commltteea of the two conventlona aub
stituted for them Stephen Royce nnd Ryland
Fletcher, who, with Henry M. Batea, wero th
firat republlcan atato offlcera. Now let me say,
if you choose to fix the birthday of the re
publlcan party of Vermont on the'7th of June,
1854, at Rutland, yon wlll bo aubatantlally
correct, it the excollence of n party conBUts in
ita prlnclplea: or, If you chooao to fix lta birth
at Montpelier on the 13th of July, 1854, you
wlll be llterally correct, if tho excellence of
party conalata ln ita name."
Genekai. Stetkzn Thojias of Montpelier
haa accepfpd an lnvitatlon to act aa preaident
ot the dviy at the rounlon in south Roynlton
Govkhnoh Smitii, Lanslng Millia, Colonel
Goorge T. Cbilda and K. C. Smlth left St. Al
bana on Monday for a three weeka' trip along
the line of tho Nortkern Pacific railroad.
William WniTTKKOitK Gos3, tho father of
number of well-known journallets, dled re-
oently, at Barnstable, Mass., at tho ngo of
elghty-two yeara. Ue waa a natlve of Ver
Skiiqeaht D. C. Ralston, who waa one of
the vlctlmaof tho Greely Arctlc expeditlon
had chargo of the aignal service Btatlon in Bur
Iington in 1874, and ls well remembered by
many ln that clty.
Rev. FiiANrr. S. IIorrMAN, late of Wesleyan
Unlveraity, Middletown, Conn., has beon ap
pointed to the professorahlp of mental science
In Middlebury College ircade vacant by tho
realguatlou of Rer. F. II. Foster.
M.uon Ciiauleh G. Gould ot the old Ver
mont Brigade has been promotod from the po
altion of assiatant examiner in the patent ofHco
at Washington to that ot principai examiner
Major Gould aerved through the war ln the
Fifth Vermont Volunteer Reglment and was
brevetted for gallantry in actlon before Petera-
burg, Aprll 2. 18G5.
I'outku IIown, tho oldeat malo citlzen oi
Rutland, dled July 22d, nged nlnety-fonr yeara.
For half a centnry he waa a justleoof tho peace,
and most of the tlme waa recognized aa the
acting magistrate. He haa probably tried ln
hia day moro clvll and crlmlnal caces than any
man in Rutland, lf not in the county. Mr,
Ilowe bad been very promlnent in the coun
clla ot the Protoatant Kplscopal church In thia
Mits. Louia Duschame, a alater of Mra. Bert
Young, dled very auddemy uonday noon,
Mn. II abelton of the Waterbury rlnk jivea
a benellt to montpelier vlBltora tms evening.
Tiik Montpelier ABsoclatlou of Counrega
tlonal mlnlatora met nt Bethany church yea.
Tiie extonalon of Stato Btreet. above Mal
Btreet, haa formally recolved tho namo of luist
Mns. J. K. Baunky of Provldonco, R. I., wlll
deliver n temiieranco aaureaa iiere noxt aion
day, Auguat 4tn,
TiiEiiic la an excurslon from Lyndonville to
thia place to-day ovor the llne of the Montpe
lier ec weiiB mver rauroaa.
Rev. J. II. Hincks and Rev. P. McMlllan of
Barre leave to-day for a tew daya ln camp
upon tne aliorea oi baKo unampiain.
Thk hearlng ln the Murray caso, whlch waa
aet for last Thuraday, waa poBtponed, and wlll
probably be ueid aome utne tms weeic,
The l&wn party given by tho Woman'a Chria.
tlan Temneranco Unlon, last Thursdav oven
lng, waa qulte well nttended, The recelpta
wero about $au.
A HAi'i'V nartv ot twelve yonng ladlea and
gonttemen apent tho day at Woodbury laat
luursday, u was tue occaaion oi a uasuet
plcnlc of a Belect company, and waa pald to bo
a very enjoyablo one, in splta of tho tardlncss
of n well-known lawyer.
Thr Ilnflton fiitnrlmi ITprnhl nftvn that Mlflfi
Allce R. Ixwe. n well-known vocailst of Mont
pelier, Vt., ia aummerlng at Dartraouth cottage,
Rrv. W. H. Waliiiiidoe of Pctorboro. N.
II., la to preach ln the Church of tho Mcaslah
next Sunday morning, ln exchango with Itov.
A itKciur.AU communlcation of Aurora Lodee.
No. 22, Free and Accepted Masons, wlll be held
at Maeonlc hall on Monday evonlng, August 4,
at halt-paat seven o'clock.
Ficnio nartlea aro numeroua theao dava.
Berlin nond, Benjamin'a Falls. Fostor'B grove
ln Calais, and the Lake Vlew houso in Wood
bury aro the placos most vlsltcd.
GF.oitni: M. Sciiiiinkk Is the owner of n
camplng outfit on tho thore of Borlin pond.
LCisuro noura are picasantly apont at tlns
point by Mr. Scrlbner nnd invited guests.
Lost from a carrlnce. somewhere in Mont
pelier vlllage, Saturday afternoon, July 20, a
chlld'a crocheted eacquo, maroon aud red.
Pleaso return to Mrs. Charlealtoed, Statostreet.
CoMMANDEit Geohqe Dkwky. brother of
Hon. Charloa Dewey and Mr. Edward Dewey
ot thia place, haa been glven coramand of tbe
now mjpatcn boat, uoiphin, of the Unltod
Only a month remalns before the state elec
tlon. If the Blaine and Logan club of thia
vlllage ia to be anythlng more than a nominal
affalr, it la time to begln work. What do you
MissEsJoaiB Roiiinson and Janle Klmball
comprised the cholr of Chriat church on Sun
day laat. Mr. Gleaaon epont the day at tho
norae oi iits paronta ln WnltsileUl, and Mr.
itoioau ia camplng out m uanaaa.
A cauixiai) of "countrv week" children
from BoBton are to arrtve hero next Saturdav
afternoon at about four o'clock. Of tho fittv-
two to whom hospltaltty has beon freely
onerea, wiriy-scven go to nomea in Berlin,
The work of lavini; the nlno ia nroirresslnEr
raoldlv. and the bailllTs are confident that if
no Berioua lnterruption Is met they will bo able
to fiirnlsh tbe Berlin pond water to conaumers
on tne principai streets wlthln threo weeka.
Mita. Rev. E. D. Mason la to dellver an ad.
dresa at the Baptist chuich. Eaat Charlotte.
next Sunday evenine. Mra. Mason la the state
aecretarv ot woinen a work in foreiirn mis
sions, unaer tno Atnenean liaptlst ollsslonary
CoirANY H ia nreiiarlnir for the comlni:
muster, whlch will be held at Brattleboro the
week of August 22. Speclal drlllsare afforded
the substitutea, and other meana nre being
taken to inaure the fiue nppearance ot the
E. M. Clahk. foreman of tho Reformcr
omce, isratneDoro, ana aiisa Addle M. Llv.
incttone. a former comnoaltor of Tiik Watcii
jian force, were unlted ln marriage at Bradford
on xuesaay, juiy aa. may their "cases
aiwaya ue iuu,
Sekoeant Gnotrr's annllcatlon forn aixtv
daya' furlough haa been granted by atelegram
rom d vision neadquarters at Cb cago, I e
leii rortuusier, oiontana, tne evenlng of July
25, and wlll probably reach hia homo in MonV
peuer auout AUguBt 4tn.
Fiiank R. Jones. who formerlv worked In
the store of J. C. Emerv. and Charlea W.
Marron, who has boen for eome timo ln tho
empioy 01 llon. u. t. fitield, liave formed a
partnerablp, purchaaed thogroceryatockowned
py urrtn u.uey, and wm begln buslneaa r rl-
aay, August 1st,
E. Morton SMiTn, a former correaoondent
01 tne iioaton journai, waa in town last weeK.
On complaint ot Mr. J. W. Brcx:k. admlnistra-
tor of the T. 0. Bailev estate. he was arreated
and held or an old debt whlch he waa owing
to the hotel, contracted yeara ago. Smlth auc-
ceeded in aecuring pecnniary aid of aome
frlcnd in town and was releascd.
The picnic for tho children ot Bethanv Sundav
school. whlch waa announced for vosterdav.
waa poatponed on account of the unpromising
weather, nnd will take place to-morrow In
stead. Tbe children wlll meet at the church
at nine o'clock nnd convcyance from that place
to lienjamin a rans, tno piaco lor tne plcnlc,
wiu oe lurmsneu, aa announced on sunday.
The Lane Manufacturlng Company have
recently finiahed the manufacture of a fltty
horso-powor horizontal engine for their own
use, The engine ia placed in the basement of
the main ahop and wlll be UBed wben neceaaary
ln connectlon with the water-wheel. The
parta were manufactured In the ahops and the
engine sei up oy empioyos 01 tue company.
Mit. Thomas Bitornv nnd Mr. W. L. Chlp-
cnaae 01 aiontreai apent aunuay in town, as
guests 01 u. a. uwier. ine gentiemen are on
a pleaaure trip to the White Mountalna and
othor polnta. Mr. Owler and George B, Wal
ton accompanled them to the Mount Pleasant
nouse, wnero tnoy wlll remaln for a few daya
Tbe balloonlats were guesta of Mr. Brophy
wnue in aiontreai.
Rev. J. II. Hincks Is to be absent upon bls
vacatlon durlng the next four Sundays, and hia
pulplt wlll be aupplled. Rev. George B. Spauld
lng of Manchester, N. II., ia expected to preach
the next two Sundaya. Durlng tho abaence ot
the pastor there wlll be uo pre.achlng service
on Sunday eventnga. A young people'a meet
lng wlll be held in the chapel at the uaual hour
01 tne evenlng service
Letteiis uncalled for at the Montpelier, Vt.,
post-olllce, July 20, 1881 : Ladles Mrs. A.
Uailey, Mra. Luclnda Button, Mrs. Willlam W.
Foster, Mra. C. M. Hunt, Mra. Leonn M. Nel-
aon, Mrs. nattlo J. Pleice, Mrs. Temasie
Wheeler, Gcntlemon Dr. M, A. Boesger,
liuia llolflvert, rataey Uannady, (jasbier of a
German Club, Walter I-.rom, J, G. Flanaean.
Dvld Hall, W. E. Jackson, Charloa Sayah, J.
F. Smlth, Wm. C. Whllles, Charles E. Wells (2).
Partles applylng for any of the abovo muat
say "advertiaed and glve tne date.
Geo, W. Wino, Acting Poatmaster,
"&COHES of peopie yosterday wntcliod a
palnter at work on thesteepleof tho First Bap
tist church, He was a Montpelier artlat and
he certatnly poasessed uncommon nervo. At
the very top of tho steeple ls n proiectlon a fow
luuues iu wiuiu unu on uiia ine lesiive oiont
pellerite pranced around, aa free-motloned and
carelesa as though he ctood on aolld eartb, A
good raany of the apectatora found thelr own
nervea conalderably tried. Free Press. Thia
" festlve Montpelierlte " waaC. W. Alexander,
the hero of tbe recent fight on Main Btreet,
who makea a buslnesa ot church steeple
MEsaits. Wktmoke & Moiise, granlte dealera
ot Barre, are engagod In aetting a roasaive
.monument of thelr productiou in Green Mount
Cemetery. Thia monument. whlch ia the
largeat and most llnely linlshed ot any evor
wrougnt in iiarre, ia placed upon jamea 1C.
LaDcdon'a lot at the tinoer alde of the ceme
tery. The main portion ls compoaed ot four
granlto blocka, each weighlng many tons,
Tho first ono of theso, drawn last week, broke
thrcugh the culvort just below the resldence
01 1.. i'. jowett, causing comlderablo delay,
Elght horsea wero reaulred to draw each ot the
blocka on tho lovol road from the Central depot
to tno cemetery gaie, wuence tuey wero drawn
up the hlll by the use ot pulleva. Mr. II. II.
Wetmore la auperlntending tho erectlon of the
AsMr. nnd Mra. S. M. Walton, accompanled
bv thelr hlred bov. were drlvlbir near the S.i-
biu croaBlng, yesterday forenoon, thelr horse
lccame frightencd nnd ran. Tho three were
all throwu from tho carrlage, and when asslnt
noco arrived Mr. and Mra, walton were found
to bo unconscloua. Tho former received three
largo cuta upon the head and n heavy blow
acroia the back, and waa otherwlse aoveroly
brulsed, Mra, Walton waa btulsed about the
head and ahoulderH, aud botli were badly
ahaken up, The boy oacaped wlth allght lu
lurlea. A messemrer cauie at once to .thia vll
lage and, returnlng, conveyed Dr. W. D. Iteid
to tne Bcone 01 tlio accldont. Mr. and mra,
Walton rocovered consclousnesa nnd were
taken to thelr home, whero tho former'a
wuHiida were dressed by Dr, Rcld. One gash
upon Mr, Walton'a head waa over aix lucbea
long. it lauoped ne wiii auuer no moreseri
oua reBults of hia lniuriea, ine norse waa
Bomowhat brulaod, but the carrlage was uot
damaged ln tlia leaat.
Dn. E. II, Kit.nouiiNK, formerlv of Chelaoa.
but now ot Aurora, 111,, waa in town last week
visltlng old frlends here. ...Mlsa Currle Klllj
haa been vlaltlng frlenda ln Cambridge, Masa.
no roturned laat weex. , . .aiua lannio I'altner
of Boaton la vlaltlng frlenda in town.,..Mr.
and Mra. T. W. Wood have arrived ln town
from Now York for thelr annual aummer vlslt.
Thoy aro at the Pavillon.. .11. M. Plerce,
aaalstant poatmaster, hns been spending a few
daya' vacatlon at Plainfield Sprlnga....Dr, C.
a. uauey naa given up nia medicai practlce in
Williamstown, and wlll make thls place hia
resldenco and enter lnto practlce here. . . .Mra.
Klng ot Clnclnnatl, Ohlo, and Mra. Porter
ltandall oi oak l'ark. IU., are vlaltlng tlielr
mother, Mrs. J. I). Scovllie. Mra. Scovlllo'a
children are all nt home now for tbe firat tlme
in manv mnntha. . . .Mlsa Clara Dewev la aton-
plng with her mother at Hon. E. P. Walton'a.
non. ueorce iNicnoia waa in town on
Mondav 11. G. Dewlne haa movod hia fam-
lly lnto the Georgo Wheeler houso ou Elm
atrcet and begun housekeeplng Rer. Mr.
uarnng and wne oi lnoiana, ano Airs. J. i..
Hyde of Messlna Sprlnga, N. Y., are vlaltlng at
a. (J. wooleon'a. Mra. lMrllnc ia Mr. Wool-
aon'a coualn. . . .Mra. J. V. Babcock la expected
to return homo next week Wednesdav. Her
alBter, Mrs. A. C. Vall, who accompanled her
on tue trip to aunneapolls, wlll return wltb ner
nsiaraa jmow iorK state, wnero snowiu re-
main lor a time. . . .oir. u. u. Matuer oi uoa
ton Is spcndlne hia vacatlon ln Montpelier....
Misa Julia Snow la vlaltlng her parents in
Clielsoa. ...C. li. Martin, teller in the Mont
pelier Natlonal Bank, occuplea hia vacatlon
wltu a tlvine trip to uaKota. llo la mucu
pleased with the countrv, and may eventually
go tnitncr to lve. ue la now on ms return to
Montpelier. . . .Mra. llarbauen and Mastor uarl
leit laat weeic weanesday lor tneir nome ln at.
Paul. Mlnn. . . .Miaa hmilr baton eave a pleas.
ant party at her home, laat evenlng, In honor ot
lrienda wno are vlaltlne lior. .. niram Atkina
lcaves to-day, wlth a portion of hia party, for
Camp Watson. .. .Chnrles E. Cnustic, recently
of The Watchman job department, ls now
employed ln the Mcssenger job department at
Secotid lMstrlct Courcutlon.
The meetlng of the dolegatea of the republi
can votera ot the necond dlstrict, to nominate
a candidate for representative ln congreas, waa
brlelly nnnounced ln tue last lssuo oi the
watchman. The conventlon asseinblcd ln
Caultal Hall. Montpelier, on Wednesdav. the
23d lnstant, at the appolnted hour. The occa-
alon bad nttractod a lareo number ot spectn
tors, and tne hall was densely packed. Klt-
tredge Haekius of Brattleboro, chalrman of the
dlstrict commlttee, called the conventlon to
order and read the call for the meetlng. W. II,
Uuuols, secretary ot tlio commlttee, read tne
roll-call, from whlch it appeared that three
hundred and seventy-aeven out ot the three
nundred and seventy-nine deiegatoa compria
Ing the conventlon had been reported. Athens,
ln Windham county, and Baltimore, ln Wind
sor county, each entltled to ono delegate, had
not reported. As a part of the report of the
commlttee on credentiala, the chalrman read
tbe report oi that body on the Chelsea caae.
The richt of the deleeatea from that town to
sit ln the conventlon had been questioned by
voters from ynelaea, on tne ground tnat tne
'"V'l"' """""""(."rV T ' V"'
" .,rvVK".U TXtSZZ
comnlled with. The committee found, from
tue evidence Buumutcd, tnat tne dox waa not
opened till nearly an hour after the asBembllng
of the caucus, tne tlme being consumed ln Qis-
cusslng the merlts of the candldates for
nomlnatlon to tno onlce ot representatlve: tnat
after the box waa opened for ballotlng lt re-
mained open thlrty-seven mlnutos, accordlng
to eome witnessea, and a longer timo but less
than one hour accordlng to othera; that the
ben nad been rung to remind tne votera ot tne
meetlng: that before the box waa closed indl-
viduals went to the door and observed that
there waa no Indicatlon of the comlng of any
more votera: tnat tne caucua nad neen in ses-
sion about an hour and three-quarters; that
tbe box was tben turned, aealnst tho protest of
themlnority, and t lie result declared. The com
mlttee further found that tbe successful tlcket
had a majority of twenty-seven votes; that at
tne most but two more votea would nave oeen
east had tho box remalned open an hour; that
tho reault would not havo been chanced by
these votes, even had they been east againat the
Blttlne delCEatea: tnat toau mtents and our-
poses tho rule bad been complled wlth, and
the delegatea were entltled to their aeata. On
motlon of J. U. atearns, tue report waa nnanl-
mouslv accepted and adopted. The chalrman
aald that he had received a letter from Hon. L.
P. Poland, the present repreaentatlve of the
dlstrict, wnicn ne wouio reao:
JDDdE l'OLAND'S LETTEK.
have the vleasure of attendiog the conventlon to-mor
row and of paytng my renpecta ln person to tbe s
ecmbled repreaentatlves of tbe repnbtlcans of my dls
trict, but ln the chllly weather of the last few days 1
have taken so severeacold that lt ts qulte unsultable
ior me 10 leave nome. 1 nave nereioiore, as you Know,
announced my purpose to retire from ofllclal llfe, but
thls Is not to be understood as rettring from actlve pai
tlclpatlon ln pollttcs. I bold it to be tbe duty of every
man, so far as ln bls power.to intke blimelf acquiinteu
wlth nubllc affatrs. and to be acilve and zealous ln bud-
portfng wbat be belteves to be for the true tnterest of
tbe stuie. 1 have no patlence wtth a class of mm who
firtde tbemselves upon baving nothing to do wlth pol
llcs. Tbe cltlzeu has no moro llght to abdlcate bls
share of soverelgnty Ihau has tbe sule so'erelgn ; but
thls very thlng has ln some of the larger rltles of tbe
country produced mostmelancboly reulti. Tbewelthy
andbusluei8 men have enilrely abjured publtc stTtrs
ana lei mem ran lnio ine cooiroi or ine lgnorani, cor
ruDt and venal. and enormous swlndles and defalca-
tlon s have been the cousequeDoe, 1 liope yettoatteud
inanr retuibllcan onventiona and to do much faltbful
service ln tbe republlcan ranks. WhU little there was
of dtscontent and defectlon ntnong the republlcan ot
thls state has, I belleve, enttrely dlSAppeared, but lu
some quarters there ls stlll a feeble wall. Home of the
gentiemen wno are actlve la tuts inuepeudent move-
meni are very aooii inenas 01 mine: mer nave
been bfe-long republlcans, but they thiuk they have
uiscoverea a wav uv wnicn tuev can mainiain ine
prlDctples of tbeir own party by voting for the caudl
uates of tbe onnosite nartv. Kobodv bas ever maile the
dlscovery before. and 1 fear lt wlll not work satts
f actory now. lknow ofno way to suatatn the princlples
of your party and make tbtin successful except to vote
ior anu eieci your own canaiuates. ir. uieveiana nna
Mr. llendncks may be very excelleBt geutlemen: but lf,
wlth tbe ald of these excellent lndei.enuenl8, they get
elected, they wlll haveto be taken, subject to all the
bad uoctrlneB and bad practices or the patty. 1 bo party
ts the dog and will do tbe warclng. Let everv true re-
pubUcan remember that no man can serve two mnsters.
and alo that ' he that is uot f or us Is agalntt us, and he
that gathere not wlth us tcatters abroad.' Tbe ques
tlousofthe preiei.t campaign are maluly of a busmess
and economlc character; but, so far as the materlal
prosperiiy 01 ine couniry is coneernen, 1 ueneve 11 viiai
iliatthe republlcan polfcv be maintaineil. aud thev are
important euough to call for the beU elTorl of every
true republlcan ln tbe land. IMease present mv ac-
knowte.lgments and regards to tbe conventlon with thls
pariing leiier. lours very iruiy, 1.. r. i olakd.
jo vuionti Autrtagc uaitini, watrman uutnci
The chalrman announced tbat tbe commlt
tee. acconllnii to custoui, had selected D. M.
Camp of Newpjrt aa tBmporary preaident.
Mr. uatnp waa escorted to tue piatlorm uv w. 11.
Gllmore ot Fairlee and J. J. Wilaon ot Bethel.
In accenting the poaltion Mr. Camp brlelly ad-
dressed the conventlon, thanking the membora
for the uonor, reforlng to natloual i,olltlca and,
In passlni;, eiving tne boltera a thruat, The
organlzation waa completed by the cholce of
L. l'. lnayer 01 uandoipn nnd Diarsu u rer-
klns of Windsor aa aecretarlea. nnd Harvev
Judevlne of Concord aud Charlea Wllson of
Danville aa vlce-presldents, Z. M. Maubtir,
11. J, liatca. lt. M. llatvev. Joslali urout. 11
A. Huse, A. L Waterman and R. M. Colburn
were chosen commlttee on resolutioua. On
motlon of J. L. Martin, each couuty waa dl
rected to Belect a person to serve aa member of
tho dlstrict commlttee, and nttne proper tlme
to preaent the samo to the conventlon for its
conflrmation. Tho roal bustness ot the con.
vention havlng been reached, II. U. Bates ot
at. Johnsbury pro-cnted tho name of Uenernl
W. W. Grout of Barton aa a candidate for
nomlnatlon to the otllce of reproaontattve.
General Grout'a nomlnatlon waa aeconded ln
the courso ot the llow ot conventlonal oratory
wnicn iouoweu py . ai. uiansur 01 iirignton,
M. W. Buck of Cavendish, L. G. Illnckley ot
Chelsea and G. II. Blake of Barton. Hon. W.
P. Dilllnubam ot Waterbury was nresonted. ln
a Bpeecn oistinguisnea ior ita goou tastn and
eff ectlveneaa. bv Dr. W. A. Jonea ot Waitsfield.
uiiariea wuaon 01 uanvuie, 11. w. Tewkslmrv
of Randolph, Rev. J. L. Sewall ot West
minster anu 01, u. I'orKiuBoi windsor eeconded
the nomlnatlon of Mr, Dllllngham. Jamea L.
... I. k . . 1. J L m...wv..w, i.w.ua ,UH, UUU1IUCU,
nresented tho reaaona why. In tho mlnds of
Mnrlin rt llpatriAlurn In nrnH. th.l li.imm.,1
iuany deUgates, Colonel Ueorge W. Hooker
aliouid ne tue nomiueo o( tne conventlon. U.
N. Parker 01 Royalton, A. B. Franklin of
Nowfnne and D. F. Rugg ot Hartland aeconded
the nomlnatlon ot Colonel Hooker. Dr. M. II.
Cbandler ot Woodstock prosontod the name ot
llou. warren u. rrencli 01 tbat town, and J. J.
Wilaon ot Bethel aecondod the nomlnatlon of
Mr. French, The firat etlrrlug demonatratlon
was made when, by a natnral and eaay cllmax,
Dr. Jonea reached tho namo nt Mr. Dllllncrlmm.
Cheers nnd apnlauao, frequontly renewed,
greeted tho mentlonlng of thia name. Colonel
iiooKor s irionus atormed tho old hall when
Mr. Martin launched tho name of hia candi
date, red hot, lnto the mldst of the delegatea.
Theae demonBtratlona wero ofton renewod dnr
Ing tho 8upplomentary speech-maklng. When
uenerai uroui a reserve oi eeconda waa brougnt
up hia followera atoned for tholr coolneaa under
Sergeant Bates' first effort to fire thelr hearts.
and selzed every opportunlty to dellver a vol-
loy oi oenant appiause. Tne Bpeecti-maklng
ended, the ballot was ordered. Tho following
la the result of tbe
Wbole number ofvotes , S75
Necwsary to a cholw 18S
W. W. (Irouthia 159
W. 1'. Dllllngham had 111
O. W. Hooker had , sa
W. 0. Krencb had 16
J. Dartthad , 1
A motlon to take a recess waa voted down
and the preaident ordered the
Wholo number ot votes S74
NecMsary to a cholce lsa
.Mr, (irout hail 161
lr. DllllDghim had III
Mr. Hooker had 86
Mr. French bad 12
Mr. Dartt had 1
After tho announcement ot thia ballot the
conventlon adjourned till two o'clock In the
afternoon, On tho roaBaembllng of tho con
ventlon tho uountiea were called for the presen-
tntion oi namea oi cinainaiea lor dlstrict com
mlttee, and tho following were chosen and con-
lirmed: -ssex county, u. w. Klng: Orleans
county, A. P. Foster; Caledonia county, II. C.
Bates; washington county, L, 11. Croaa; Orange
county, W. II. DaBola; Windham county, A.
u. franklin windsor county, J. j, Wllson.
The conventlon then took the
Wliole number ot votes 331
NeceKsary to a cholc 191
Mr. iiroumaa 173
Mr. Dllllngham had...., 11s
Mr. Hooker had 81
Mr. French had 9
Mr. Dartt bad 2
Aa tho total of thia ballot was aix moro than
tho number of delegatoi present ln the conven
tlon lt was evtdent that aome " mlatake " had
been made. and the billot waa declared vold.
L. G. Illnckley expreased tho hore that tho
fraud had not been commltted by the support
ers ot hia candidate. To avold a repetltlon of
tho occurrence, the secretary waa directed to
call the roll by towns and theidelegatea, as
tneir namea were reao, marcned round ln Iront
of the tellera and depoaited thelr .votea. In
thls manner waa taken the
Whole number of votes 374
Necesary to a cholce 183
Mr. orout bad 170
Mr. DUUnghain hAd 115
Mr. Hooker had 78
Mr. Frencb bad S
Mr. Dartt bad 2
There was acaln no cholce, To facllltate the
work of taking the vote and to protect the bal
lot from abuse, tho delegatea from the dlffer
ent countlea roae, aa the name ot tbe county
waa called, and the tellera paaaed among them
to collect tneir votea. ln tnia way tne conven-
Whole number of votes 377
Necessary to a cholce 119
Mr. (iront had 171
Mr. Dllllngham bad 126
Mr. Hooker bad 63
Mr. French had 3
Mr. Dartthad 6
Mr. Ilugh Henry bad 1
There belne no cholce the preaident ordered
Whole number of votes 374
Necessary to a cholce 188
Mr. uroui uau 111
Mr. Dllllngham had 128
Mr. Hooker had M
Mr. French bad 8
Mr. Dartt had 7
Mr. Henry had i
Mr. Jamea M. Tyler had 2
Whole number of votes J"S
Necessary to a cholce 100
Mr. (Irout had 1S
Mr. Dllllngham had 131
Mr. Hooker bad : 37
Mr. Dartthad 7
Mr. French had 7
Mr. Henry bad 9
Stlll no cholce.
Whole number of votes 374
Necessary to a cholce 183
Mr. urout had
Mr. Dllllngham had 12
Mr. Hooker bad 47
Mr. Dartt had i
Mr. Frencb bad 7
And W. W. Grout waa declared to be the nom
Inee ot the conventlon. The announcement of
the reault of the varloua ballota was received
with auulause bv the frlenda of the dlfferent
candldates whenever thelr favorlte waa Bhown
to have made agaln, and the final ballot cauaed
great rejolcing among the delegatea from
Orleana, lsex and Caledonia countlea. Dr.
W. A. Jonea moved. nnd J. L. Martin aeconded
the motlon, that the nomlnatlon be made unan
lmoua The motion waa carrled. Roawell
Farnham of Bradford nomlnated for prealden
tlal elector E. C. Redlngton of that town, and
he was cho-en by acclamatlon. The committee
on resolutlons reported aa follows:
Rtsolvtd. Tbat we herebv indorse tbe nomlnatlon of
James tt. Blaine and Jobn A. Logan for presldentand
vlce-presldent, aud the platform adopted by the naUonal
"AtloiPru, mai we pieuge our siaie uckci our
unltt-d support, aud tbat we wlll do tbe best we can ln
glvlng lt an old-tlme majority,
"Ketolttd. Thatwe iilede our unlted support to the
candidate thls day noinlnated for congreas,"
After adiournment, General Grout brlelly
addressed the delegatea from tbe Pavillon
plazzt, thanking them for the honor conferred,
and exhortiug all to vote for Blaine and Logan.
W 1th three cueers Ior tne nominee tne proceed
lnga, furmal and otherwlse, ended, and the
delegatea took thelr departure by the extra
traina, whlch had been awaltlng thelr con
Theue was a large number of young men ln
Thk presa waa well represented, tho New
York Times reporter occupylng hls uaual prom
St. J011.N8IHJHY caucua methoda were not
popular at the conventlon, and no atrlped bal
lota were used,
The method of ballotlng by countlea waa
expeditlous and aatlstactory. It should be re
The frlends ot the candldates vied wlth
each other in thelr demonstratlona ot applauae.
It was Chicago in mlnlature.
The sueechea avoraeed botter than usual.
altbough, as one orator aald, no candidate was
"damned witli falnt pralae,
Hon. KiTTitK.pciB Haskinb has been an cffl-
clent chalrman of the dlstrict commlttee, and
he wlll ba mlssed from that body.
An examlnatlon ot the aocond nnd faurth
ballota ahowa rather plalnly ln whose lnterest
the extra votea on the thlid ballot were east.
Tiik dlstrict committee showed eood lude-
ment iu aelectlng a preaident of tbe conventlon.
Mr. Camp mada an excellent presiding ofllcer.
Was it D. M. Camp. the ed tor ot the Ex-
prcss and from Orleans county, whlch bolted
judge roiand, wno deprecatea ooiting in 111a
Two yeara ngo, when General Grout was de
feated. hia Buunortera left the hall atter the
ballot waa announced nnd refused to make tbe
cholce unanimoua. Thia year tbe frlenda of
the doteated candldates accepted the result cor
dially, The contrmt waa very marked.
Auotrr twentv-flvo warrants woro aerved
ution Concord (N. II. ) saloon-keepors, druKelsts
aud hotel proprietors last week, charglng them
wltu vlolattng tno nquor law. 1110 compialnta
wero aworn out by olllcera ot the Law aud Or
Iv anv dealer Intorma you that he haa for
sale a tleutlf rlce identical with or contalnlng ln-
gredlents equaung or aunerlor In elllcacy to
thoso ot Sozudont, dlscredlt the statement and
Insist upon havlng that alono. By doing so
you wlll aecure n denttfrlce par excellence tbe
best ln tho market, contalnlng botanlo elements
ot rare preaervative inlluence upon the teetb,
and ono whlch wlll endow them with most be
comlng whiteness. Another deslrable feature
of thls Btaple tollet artlcle Is that it imparts
f ragranco to the breath, Sold by drugglsts.