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THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER
BENNINGTON VT., FRIDAY," SEPTEMBER 30, 1904
VOL. II, NO 223
s Got Tired of Hearing Brattleboro Brag
aa., ' Vp nf Fair Weather the Brattleboro Fair Had a Rainy Day Yesterday. Evidently the Weather God
CAUGHT IN SHAFTING
Barre Boy Serlously Murt In a Stone Shed Yes
terday. Barre, Sept 29.-Flfteon year old
Gcorgo Macintosh was caught in tho
shafting at Brown & Nelson's stono
shed shortly bcforo noon today and
serlously injured, ono arm belng
broken In threo placos. It ls feared
m mnnlved lnternarlniurles as wou.
Georgo was ongaged in doing stunts
with sorao other boys, ana got care
Inss. flis swoatcr caught In thp bolt-
Ing and he was carrled twice around
tho shafting beforo ho couiu do res
Don't forget tho bijj auction salo
Sntnr.lfiv Oct 1. All kinds of raer-
chandise at W. B. Taylor's stable.
Hnrsns. Cows. Wacons, Uarnesses,
Vnrnlturo. In fact anything you
want. Tho salo comraonccs at 10:30
shnrn. raln or shlno. Havo Vou any-
thingyouwant sold. If so call or
writo and we will call ana gettnem anu
nlncn them in this salo at a smalicotn-
rnlssion of 10 per cent. Salo under
tho management of W. u Hoicomo anu
W. 13. Taylor.
.Tmiit-Ntim ii UxiioHltlon Day.
ST. LOL'IS. Sept. ItO. The chicf cx-
MMitlvnft nf four states. Oovwnora 'ler-
roll of Georgia. Ueckhuin of Kcntucky,
llerrold of South Dukota and Whlto
of North Diikotn, partlclpnted in tlie
celebratlon of .Imnostown exposltion
dnv nt tho Vlrmun world's fair btiuu-
nv. The L-uli'hratlon was deslfrned to
nrnnlnlm to tho world that in 1007 at
nanipton riKitln, A'lrglnla, the tcrccn-
tennlal of the, foiiudlng of .Tamcstown
in KiO", tlie lirst Knglish settlement in
Anieriea, will ho colobrated with an
' Iliiit(I'tHTi-l, Trli-il Snlolilo.
kt T.oins. Sunt. t;(t.-.roei)h u. Kd-
wnrds fonner maiiager- of a plow com
pany's branch at New" Orleans, who
was brought here froin Denver. en
rrmtn to New Orleans to fnie cliarces
of embezzllng ?1',000, nttempted to
nnmmlt siildde after IcaviiiK Denver.
Though haudctiffed he nitumgcd to
break tip a hanil mlrror anu swaiiow
cnmn nf IP L'lflHM Illlll WllC'Il (llSCOV-
ered was pating the sulphur eiuls" of
matches. Edwurds is slck, hut out of
Snf IIIimvpi-n nt Siilllvnn
SULLIVAN, M,, Sept. :t(i.-The safc
tn tho noatotllce here was lilown otien
today and about $1,000 In nionc.v and
stnmns tnkon. The work Is belleved to
havo heen done by three nien who
werc seen.abont tlie town yesterday,
Advertismg under tllis head 25 cenl8
for the first time ana ten cenis encn
time after. Advortisementa not to es
ceod four lines.
'i vrrn Ttnvfio TnPPni'IT ftt Ihfi West
(rn 11 mon 'i e:euraim uiuwc. i
"ITTAHTED. Mala help: clrcuUr and sample
TTArVTi:i. A posltloa as nurse; goou rci
W erence. Inn.ulre 203 Notth 8t. 209ml
rArv"Ti:i. A posltloa as nurse; good rcf-
AXTED.-Ironers at the Wrlglit Laun
Arullliliimcu uj -'r-'- ' "
woman ns nur'e or tlie care of an lnrftjm
aulre at 119 riea.wnt Strett. Bennington. V t.
mo RENT. 118 South St.,rooms,furnlshtd
I or uniurnisnea. ftuHnwcuiwinviii,H1.w.
Tho Jest locauon miowa. o. x.ncuuuBju.y
TO ItEMT Two mall tenementi. Inqulre
of Kmorv 8. Harrls.
IO KKKT. Deslrable tenements, pffloes anit
tn,M PnMftMIOQ 1UUUCUWUCII i M
nawks.205 North SU
X moaern conTeroeauco. ---
tlon. Chas. u. uewey. ""
T O n-Ar iupjtalr tenment on Nor,h
W T T n FMM I . JllllllT llU U H V " "
FOR 8At,E-0ne hundred twnty-flTe tbor-oUBh-breT
baried 1'lymouth Rok . pulleu
FOR 8AI.i:.-Edlson SUndara rnonograpu.
large Uorn. i dozen reoords. All as good
asnew. A greai diukiu. ."h -
1 i, TAffnrwin ATfia IVtll
UICOU3IV.I t yw..v..
Uorses, good drlvera and work horses. Inquu-e
at W. J l'hln'a LiTery.
FOU 8AI.K.-a-hors steam englne lii good
sliaoe or would exchange for hayor other
f arm P?SSS. Fllunore Paddock, 218 Bradford
...... Tnrttn mr. nlne vears old.
H "innnlt Rmi all riebl SH will work ln any
TF. QUINN-Veterlnary Surgeon and Dent
. ikt Offlce, W. J. rhalen's Btable.aele-
nonewo. m-o. . .
...v anniTiiiri fT r HTnVRS.
K' ., ' '..i.. . .oti.factoriallT. Drop ft
Russians Will Make Little Ef-
fort to Hold thc City.
OYAMA HAS DA PASS
Stoessel Again Refuses to Sur-
rendcr Port Arlhur to
LONDON. Sent. .'I0.-A sneeial dls
pateh from St. I'etersburtf says that
Grand nuke Nlcholns N'lcholaeviteli's
comiiilssldii ns coiiuuaiider In chlef of
the Mum'hurhm armles 1ms been uiade
out. The report Is coiipled with tho
ri'vlvnl of tho storv that Vleerov
Alcxcleff will returu to St. I'etershurg
and hecome chancellor of the emplre.
The Intter rei)ort is not erodltod ln the
best InfoiTued clreles, althouKli it ls
admitted that the vlceroy will proua
hly return If Grand Duke Nlcholaa is
6ent to the far east.
A Newehwanc renort snvs thnt the
mnin forco of the Ktisslim arinv hns
retircd to the north of Mukden. Stroug
bodles of troops have been thrown out
to defend both ilanks, and the soutlu'rn
nonraiiehos to the eltv have heen care-
fully uilned. The indteatlons arc thiwt
no serlous attempt will be made to
All ls nulet at Vlndlvostok.
Grand Duke Alexander Mlehaelo
rltch lins olTcrod tho liosnltnllt v of a
npeclnlly eonstniclcd vllla on his estate
at Altodor, in the Crlinea, to ollleers
wounded In sea ilK'lHliif,'. Adniiral
Skrvilloff has clven nernilsslon to I.Ieu-
tenant Domhrovskl and Midshipnian
Baron AinluoiT to accept tlie lnvitation,
nnd they will stnrt for Altodor shortly
Minden adviees sny tnat tne Jana
nese have at last devcloped their at
tack. .They have captured Da pass
and are pressing on Generai Kuropat'
U-ln's left tlnnk. The war ofllce at St
I'etersburg is unable to contlrm thls
olllelally because Kuropatkln's dls
patches are followlnj; the eniperor, but
lt is said by tlie j,reneral stim tnat 1111
Indleatlons polnt to the news belng
Tt is holloved tho Rnsslans abandon
pil Da nass wlthout scriotts reslstance
Sevcral other punses of the Du range
eastward of IlentBinputze, twenty
niiles southcast of Mukden, are aiso
iu Uje hands of the Japanese.
Kuropatkfn ls evidently drawlns in
his forccs to the Iess inountalnous
pnnntrv northwestward. where he may
decide to glvo battio. iu tno niean
whlln shnrn ftirhtltic is recarded as lm
mlnent southeust of Mukden. whence
tho Japanoso are expected to delivcr
i . ... ... At.. i-..i. . - .
tueir inniu uiuick, iiiu mih unni-nium
from the west belng of secondnry lm
Da pass,. or Ta pass, mcanlng tireat
pass, is situatcd about forty-flve tnlles
southeast of lukden and about the
samo dlstnnce northeast of Llaoyang.
It ia about twenty-llve iniica souui or
the Hun river.
Tho .Tnnaneso attncked thls pass.
which was occujiled by thc troops of
Gencrals Mlstchenko and Samsonoff,
on Ront. 24. but wero twice renulscd.
Tho Jnpanesc artnies arouna t.ino
yang aro reported to be declraated by
Tho Japanese are sald to havo
dammed thc Llao river abrcnet of Llao
yang, Iloodtng tlie country, in ordcro
protcct tliclr left flank.
War clothinK Is belnc rccclTOd br
tlie Jannnese from Amerlca.
Agaln has Generai Stoessel flntly re
fused to yield I'ort Arthur to the Jap
anese. His deterniinatlon so flrinly ex-
pressed ln thc early days of the slege,
whon he dpclnrM thnt the fortress
would fall into the hands of the enciuy
after a Russlan rout and when he told
his mcn that death was their otily ca
rnrw. ln iinBhnkPii.
A friend of his sald, "Even lf In
fitrnptlonH' woro RPnt fjpnornl Stnossel
to surrcnder he would surely follow the
example of N'clson, who proinptly be-
cainc blind on the sldc of Uic slsnal
tellliu; ulm to cease ilKhtlnK."
AttempU to Ilcncne Arctlc Stcnmcr.
LONDON. Set. H0. V. S. Champ.
Rpcmtnrv to Willlntn Zleirler of New
York nnd who was in eharce of the
expedltlon sent to search for the arctlc
exploratlon steamer Anieriea, has Rnll
ed for Now York on board tlie White
Btnr llno steamer Cedrlc. On his ar-
rlval in the Unlted States Mr. Champ
wi I renort to Slr. Zlocler the (letnlis
of tho two nftomnta of the Frlthiof
to reacn Franz Joser land ror tne re-
i rr i a v tun THh a u
Ul Uttl rtliu iiiu i-nii
An Intelllgent Oplnion on the Worklngj of Ll-
Tho St Albans Messonccr has been
printlng a serles of lctters from 11
censo cominlssioners of sovoral towns
ln tho stato and lncludes the following
whlch is ono of tho best, from Dr Day
chalrman of tho Bennington licenso
"Tho Now liouor law has worked so
smoothly in Bennington that stiggost
inns In retrard to amendments that
inav omasculato lt or on tho other
hand. mako'it too iron-clad should be
fow and only such as oxperlenco has
shown to be necessary.
"I' would havo all hcenses begln at
tho samo time.
Tho coramissioncrs ought to have
Dower to cancel a ltconse at any time
fnr roasons that annear iust and
propor to them and to refund to tho 11
o.pnsn thn nroDortionato nart of tho
nnpvnlred torm when tho condltlon of
the licenso have not been violated
"Tho anti-treatingclausooughtto be
iV mtnor. who falsely represents
his aL'e in order to procure Intoxlcat
Ing llquor should be sevcrely deait witn
"Section 59 of tho law, relatlng to
searchlnL' dwollinir houses only upon
tho ailldavitof two reputable citizens
ought to be repealed as tho section in
question is a stumbling block to tho
nrnmnt nnd etlleient enforcement of
"Boards of licenso coramissioncrs
ought to bo appointed asat present, as
I boloivo that county boards wouia
nmvn morfi unsatisfactorv and more
susceptlble. to political inlluencc.
"Finallv, whoever tnkes out a n
cense of tho first class should be com
np.lled also to tako ono of the second
clnss. and that both Hcenses should
nnlv innnt ns onn in aDDOrtioninir li
censes accordlng to populatlon
Reoresentatives of Two Parties
" Connot Agree.
Montpelier, Sept. 29. The Bell In
vcstlgating committee met agaln this
ovcning after an all night session last
nlcht and at 11 o'clock acreed on tne
main report, which was slgned by J
A. Doboer and W. W. Ilusband for
tho ronublicans and C. II. Davenport
and Clarence H. Scntor for tho demo-
Mr Davenport antf Mr Senter wlsh
to add a supplemental report and the
iolnt committeo agreed not to glvo out
tho main report tonight, but to let it
all go to the press at 2 o'clock tomor-
Cbarlos P. Walter, tho governor
elect's secretary, threw up tho sponge
thls noon and went home to bt Jotins
Imrv faL'ed out. leavlnir tho fleld ln
charire of J. A. Deboer.
W. II. Husband had propared a
ilrnft, nf n renort last nlcht and mado
arrangements to furnish manifold cop
les of the report to the newspapers at
8 this morning, but aDothorhitchstruck
thn pnmmlttee! room at 4 a. m.. and
knocked out his plans.
Mrrifntf Ct& To Form Football Ttam Was
. ...... .0
Anotlcoof a'traeetlnir to bo hold
Thursday evoning at the K. of C.
r-nnma tn fnrm nl' foot ball team was
handed to the Banner for publicatlon
a few days ago. The meeting was
callod for 7:30.
Last evening up to 8 o'clock no
ono was in tho K. of C. rooms who
was interosted! in that sport.
Tt would look as if the people here
no nnf onthnatnKtlR nbout forminir a
I Alarm Brlnji Out .Flrt Companlei Fo'r Not1'
An alarm was rung in from box 30,
corner of lJark and Gageatl.10 this
afternoon. The departmont responuea
j quickly but its strvlces were not need-
A chlmney at John Glbney's house,
214 Park street was burnlng out but
thero was no sign of a blaze when tho
flremon arrlved. A chemlcal extlng'
ulsher was used. The alarm was rung
in by Frank SMcGurk. The release
Drysdalc Stores Inaugurate
ADVANTAGE T0 BUYERS
Stamps Givcn Out Will Bc
dccmable at Their Own
ftn nnd nftr Saturdav. October 1st
thls well known houso will Issue to all
cash customers their most satlsfactory
Tiflcral Gold tradlns stamps
Thls tlrm adonted tholr own tradlog
stnmn onlv after thorough Investlga
tlnn of nnd soine exporienco with tho
trndimr stamn companles and llnally
declded that the only loglcal basls on
whlch a tradlng stamp could be Issued
was ono redeemablo at tholr own storo
in their own merchandlse
Maov of tho tradlnir stamp comiian
les reouiro tho holders of books to pro
p.uro 1000 stamps, represenunfr siw
worth of purchases beforo thobook bo-
comes avallablo for redomption.
Drysdalo's tradlng stamp book will
onlv contain o00 stamps, tnus cuuing
tii iininunt of purchases necessary to
(111 thp hfxik snuarelv in two. Furthpr
more,. instead of lielog Hmtted to
vjinll und lnsiiriticant range of pre
miunis of (luestionablo value, the hold-
or Of a book worth 600 tradinpr stampa
i!im rodecm tb'o samo in any articlo or
artlclcs of marchandibe in tno storo at
ivurllliir lvtnll nrices to tho valuo of
Gnllpctors of stamps havo notlced
that tho quality of premlums ollered
by stamp companles has been rapiaiy
deterloratlng and whatever advantag
i nrn imlned bv their collection aro
larfrelv lost throuch this fault.
With tho trading stamp Issued by
Drysdalo tho customercan usolt ln
nnv of their 41 departments in wnicn
you can suroly flnd some usoful, sensi-
hln wnnted thlne for raans', boys
womens' or glrls' wear, or for furnish-
Inir tho homc
Fnr lnstnnco if the holder of a book
desiros to nurChase an articlo of hlgh
nr vnlue. she can applv tho redomption
value of tho book on that purcliasoanu
imv thn differenco ln cash. If she
wants to apply it on her account in
nrmnnt. rf nnst chariro purchases, tt
will bo accepted as legal tendor, tho
Drysdalo gold stamp bolng llteraiiy as
p-ood as crold.
Drvsdale ln offering these tradlng
atnmns to their customers are contident
that it will appeal to them as belng a
far more doslrable stamp ln every way
thnn nnv "comnany" stamp. llieir
rango of merchandlso ls so very largo
that tho holder of a book has a very
wido solection of premlums from whlch
to make her cholce.
Tho tradlncr stamp companles gcner
nllv mnW pnormous nroflts on tho
p.lnss of merchandlso they jrlve aay
They malntain hUndreds of stores anu
snpndmonovfreolv in allsortsoimetn
odsto Ihduce people to collcct these
flnmBhnrlv must DaV for tlieSO 01
pniipse. With tne stamp issuou w
Drysdole all the value goes to the col-
lpotniv Thnv Bimplv olier lt as an in
dupnmnnt to trade for cash.
Colloctors of stamps will also appre
ciate the fact that only half the num
ber of stamps noed to be saved by this
ootm. nnd lt is safe to say tnat tno
a j a vvm " -
minm trlven for 500 stamps by
Drvsdale is worth intrinsically as
m,mli nnd ln manv cases muro wiau
that given for 1000 stamps issued by a
"tradlng stamp company,
Vn.p and cooler tonight and Satur
ood For Chlldren
tn tnko nnd harmloES
ti:..i. nnnrth nnm trivdn instnnt
rolief inall casos of Cough, Oroup and
t -n I.kfnni tt dnpn not nass im-
mediately mto tno siomuuu, uu w
Bffect right at tbe seat of tho trouble.
ii tl.i inf lnmmntlnn. heals
and soothes and cures permani'ntly by
eoabling tbe lungs to coniriDuie puro
life-glvlng ana nie-susiaiDiug ujB"
tn thn blood and tiBsues. Sold by
Josepb M. Ayres
TO BE MARRIED WEDNESDAY
E. B. Hyde, Manager of Shurtlelf Pharmacy
Will Brlng llome Urldc.
12. B. Hyde, mannger of tho Shurt-
leff pharmacy loaves today for
Brooklyn whero ho will bo married
next Wedncsday to Miss Kate M. An-
drado of that clty.
Thov will snend their honoymoon In
Albany. Troy, Brandon, Middlebury
and Burllngtonv At the latter placo
Mr Hyde wll) attend tho druggist's
conventlon which is hold there Oct 11th
and 12th. They will bo at homo at Mrs
Nicholas' after Oct 14th.
Mr Hvdo has mado many friends in
Bennington who will bo ploased.to
welcomo Mrs Hyde, Samuol Webster
of Troy a reglstcred pha'raraaclst of
33 years oxperlenco will havo chargo
of tho storo.
Strong Team to Play Williams
The base ball team will closo the
season tomorrow with a gamo with a
Williams collego team.
Tho homo team will be strengthoned
by Lewis, Essenter, McConnoll and
Cummlngs. The battery for tho vlsl-
tors will bo McCarthy and Wcstervelt.
The expenses of thls game will be
larire and the raanaeement hoies that
the people will appreclato tho efTorts
to produco a winnlng team and that
there will bo a large attend ance. Iho
garao will be called at .1:30 sharp.
The s:amo will clve-the pcoplo here
an opportunity to seo tho playlng of
McCdnnell who is fast cllmbing tho
laddor of fame ln the base ball world.
THE LITTLE PRINCESS.
Charming Play To Be At the Opera Houje
Ono of the most successful plays of
mndorn vears and nrobablv the most
successful drama now beforo the pub-
lic is Mrs Frances Hodgson Uurnott's
beautiful story of child llfe, "Tho
Little Prlncoss." It is tho stage ver-
sion of thls famous wrlter's best book.
"Sara Crewe, or What Happened at
Miss Mlnchin's" and tho story is
familiar to every reader of good liter-
ature and esptcially dear to thoheara
of the little ones.
It is a sweet simple story of true llfe,
where human nature is mo'istly and
carofully plcturod. A play showlng
tho sorrows and joys, trials, and
troubles of a lovins little Klrl who
alms to bo cheerful undertho most try
Ing clrcumstances, and who succeods
in makintr others happy even whsn ex
tremely mlserablo herself. "The Little
Prlncess" is a play that will Uo you
good to seo, and one that you will feel
much botter for havinir seen. It will
conie to the Opera Houso tonight.
As a special inducoment a cam-
nnlpn watch fob will bo trlven away
absolutely freo to every purchaser of
50 cts or over on tho openlng days,
Saturday and Monday, Oct T and 31
H. Harry Levin's, The bargaln store,
121 North St. Bennington.
Mrs J. M. B. Burt at Treajurer, and Mrs Emma
L. Ilarwood as Counly Secretary of the Klng's
At tho annual conventlon of tho
Vermont Branch of the Klngs Daugh-
ters in Rutlanh Thursday. Mrs J. M.
Burt was ro olected state treasuror and
Mrs Emma L. Harwood was agnin so-
lectcd as secretary of Bennington
Tho conventlon ls sald to have been
tho most successful ln tbe hlstory iit
tho order in Vermont
MrsR. A. Shullloton has returned
from a vlslt in Danby.
Mrs Alfred Brown ls confined to her
Ired tne result of a fall.
Mrs V H Griflith returned from a
vlsit ln Dandy on Thursday.
Leon Towsley of Dorset is teachinu
on tho Green Mt near tho summit.
Mr and Mrs H. N. Shaw of Man
chester were present to enjoy a social
time with old friends.
Miss Nelllo Kehoe has returned to
Mrs A. R. Browns and expects to ro-
sume her work as needle woman.
Geo Robinson of Bennington was in
town ono day this week looklng up
specimens of agedcrockery and furnl-
Miss Georgia Wellwood of Dorset
is teachlng the school in Chiselvllle.
Miss Wollwod's slster, Miss Jcnnio
recontly vlsited her at her boarding
placo H. S. Burt's.
MrsWmF. Smith and the Misses
Smlth, who have been travoilinK in
Europe, havo safely returned to their
home in Brooklyn, and navo kindly
sent beautiful souvcnirs of their trlp
to friends here.
P rcparations had teen m&io for a
largo party from out of town which
for some unknown reason failed to ap-
yoar. A nuraber of of peoplo in tho
ojt lyincdis'tricts wero very kind in
helping to "set the ball arolling. "
Tho Bacholors and Bcnedicts ato to
play a gamoof ball on the Lawrenco
grounds on Saturday. Proceeds to be
given to the church here, as tbe peo
plo have sbown an inferest in tho boys
amusement and have given them good
The chicken pie suppor at the Con
gregational parsonago Wednesday
evening was qulto well attended tho
night being fine. The supper was ex-
cellent. Considerablo merriment was
created by a spelllng match in which
several teachors egaged. Some no
torious spellers got a bit flustered and
there was a good natured rivalry be-
tween the opposlng parties. "Tho
Steeklt Meenster selected somo posers
which wero passed along the line, but
there was creditablo work dono by
some of tho non-profcssionals and wo
aro glad to seo tho old fashloned art
brought to tho fore.
A quiet weddlng occurred at the
home of Mand Mrs Morton Grant to
day at cleven o'clock, when Miss
Suslo Grant and Martin Peckham ot
North Bennington were unlted in
marriage by Rov Geo A Furness. It
is sald that their Heparturo on the
noon train for Pittsfield, Mass., was
not as quiet as the newly wedded pair
had planned, that they would sllently
steal away sans ccremony and rlce,
but the young people were on hand
with plenty of good wishes and rlce to
make them manifest. And so ono
more of our nativo-born young ladles
has jolned tho rank and flle. May
their camp.fire never go out
BUNCOED A FARMER.
In Klngtbury Had
A man givlng tho name of Bcrt Ladd
of Mlddlobnry, Vt., has been dolng
resldents of Klngsbury, N. Y., on a
bunco land proposltlon. Ladd told
his new found friends that land could
be purchased near that villago for
J1.25 per acre, and that blg monoy
could be made by purchasing a largo
block of lt, cutting tho plot into
buildlng lots and extendlng tho vil
lage. Frank Peno, a gulllblo farmer, paid
Ladd ?20 o get in on the deal, and the
party was to start Monday morning
for Middlebury to closo up tho pro
ject. Ladd had somo buslness at
Glcns Falls thr.t ho wished to transact
before leaving thoso parts, and he
took Peno's gold watch along to have
a crystal put in, sinco whlch neither
Ladd, tho watch or monoy havo been
scen by his Kingsburj friend.
Strcets on Which the Pipcs
Will Be Laid.
W0RK5 0N COUNTY ST.
Now Expected that the Work of
Laying Pipcs Will Begin
Tho followlnp; is the proposod lay
out gas malos from plant on County
st to be located on Myers leaso anu
c overing the entire village:
On Countyst fromMill to Lincoln st,
on County st from Depot to Branch st,
on Adams st the entlro lengtb, on
Snrinff st entire leneth, on Rlvcr st
entiro length, on Gage stentfrelengtb,
on PraU st entire length, on facott sfr
entire length, on Pleasant st entire
length, 0n Main st from McCall to
Branch st, on Union st entire length,
on Elm st from Washington to South
st, on Grand Vlew Terraco from South
st 400 feet east of Silver, on Webb st
entire length, on Mill st from Main to
County st, on McCall st entire length,
on Dowoy st from Main st to R. H.
crossing, on placo on" Dewey st
feet, on Lincoln st entire length,
Depot st from County to River st,
North st from Countv to Main st
School st entiro length, on Park st en
tire length, onMaplo st entire length,
on Divislon st entiro length, on Con
gross st 400 feet from County st, on
SalTord st from Scott to County st,
on Grovo st from Gago to County st,
on Bradford st entire length, on
Branch st from 350 feet south of Webb
st to County st, on Washington sfc
from Weeks ave to Elm st, on JetTcr
son st from Weeks ave to Elm st, on
Elm st from Washington to Bouth st,
on South st from Weeks st to Main st,
on Silver st from 300 feet south of
Grand Vlew to Main st, on Willow st
SENATOR HOAR DEAD.
Aged Masiachusetts Senator Dled Early Thl
Worcester, Mass., Sept 30. Georgc
Frisbio Hoar, senior United States
senator from Massachusetts, dled at
his homo ln this city at 1.35 o'clock
Tho end followed a period of uncon
sciousness that had continued sinco
oarly Tucsday, and came so gently
that only the attendlng phystcians
wero aware of the exact moment of
dissolution. Senator Hoar was 79
years of ago.
Governor-elect Bell has appointed
Wnltpr a. Dutton of Hardwick execu
tfve clork and Miss Helen L. Bailoy
of East Hardwick stenographer.
The largo house bolongiog to the es
tate of Willlam n. Johnson of Center
Rutland, valued at soven or elgbt
thousand dollars, was destroycd by
firo Tuesday morning.
J. C. Sherburne of North Pomfret
sailed forLlverpool from East Boston
Tuesday morning. Mr Sherburne is
ono of the youngNmcn of thls country
that securod a Cecil Rhodes scholar
shlp to Oxford Unlverslty.
Montpelier Lodge, No. 024, Benevo
lent and Protectlvo Order of Elks,
was instituted last evening in tho hall
of tho Knights of Columbus. The en
tire work Of instltuting the lodge was
in tho hands of Plattsburg lodge, No.
621, asslstodby District Deputy Geo
T. ChafTee, of Rutland.
St Mlchacl's collego, a Cathollc in
stitution just errected at Winooski
park near Burlington, was dedlcated
Thursday. High mass was sung io
the morning by Rev A Prevel, tho
auporior. At noon a banquet was
sorved, at which priests from all parts
of tho stato were present The dedi
cation oxorciscs occurred ln tho after
noon, an address in Fronch being
made by Father Prevel. The collego
wns established by tho order of tho
Oolat03 of tho Sacrcd lloarts.
sounded at 1.30
llef of the Amerlca.