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Wkiklmv&n. VOL. 87.-4500. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1892. NUMBER 28. bcrtiscmcnts. P.CIEHSOHiCO Have in stock the celebrated auiDOise Waists, Also a complete assortment of Sum iner Corsets, Suminer I'nderwear, Gloves, MltU, Belts, Ties, Walsts, Parasols, Fans, etc, etc. NYX FAST BLACK HOSE, Wlll not erock or fade, and re main a beatitiful black after ro peatcd washings. SUMMER DRESS GOODS 01 all kinds. Choiee colorings in Lansdowns. Surah Silks of extra good iiialities. A large variety o( the new Laoes and Ribbon?. LADIES' GARMENTS! All Coats, Capes, Reefers and Blaz- ers are offered at very low prices. LADIES' WRAPPERS! Cotton I'nderwear, Wash Dress Goods, New Pongees, Brandenburgs, Louisianes, and Bedford Cords this week ; also New Lawns and Cotton Cballiea at -U cents per yard. Agents for tbe " Doinestic " and " White " sewing machines. THE VERMONT WATCHMAN. ruBLmiiKn kvehy wrhnrsday hy The Watchman Pnblishlng Company At Montpelier, Vt. L. P. CLEASON & CO., Corner Main and East State Streets, MONTPELIER, VERMONT. 40 ON DEPOSITS REMAINING 0 Six Months or Longer. OOON DEPOSITS REMAINING Oq Less than Six Months. Are tlie rates of iuterent pahl tu the SAVINGS OEPARTMENT or THE First National Bank MONTPELIER, VT. Capltal pairt In $250,000 Surplus 50,000 Addltlonal liabllity of Stock- bolders 250,000 MaklllK fl total Guarantee Fund of $550,000 Foi tlie security of dcpositora. CllAltl.KS dkwky, Pretldeut, FRED k. smith, Vloe-President, J. C. IIOUGHTON", '. E. ADAMS, P, A. IJWINKLL. ItankliiK liour. from nlne A. M. to three p. M. All hiulnemi colillileiktlul. F Ij. Knton, Casliiei'. ARTIIOK KOPKH Montpelier, Vt. General F.ditor. T. H. HOSKINS, M. D Newport. Vt. Agrieultural KiUlor. Terms $2.00 a year; 81.00 for six months; fifty cents (or tliree months. Rcpnblionn Coimty Convention. Tbe republiean voters of tbe connty of Washington are requested to meet in con vention, by their delegates, at Capital ball, Montpelier, Vt., on Wednesda.v, July 27, 1812, at halfpast ten o'elock A. m., to noininate candldates for two sonatora, two assistant judges of the county court, judge of pro bate. state's attorney, sberiff, liigb bailiff, and county commissioner, to be supported by tbe freeinen of the county at tho next biennial eleotion; also to elect a county committee. Towns will be represented in convention on tbe basis of three delegates, and two additional delegates for each one bundred republiean votes, or ruajority frac tion of one bundred, as shown by tbe vote for governor in the year of the next pre ceding presidentlal election. Delegates will be chosen at primary meetings called by the republiean coininittees in each town, and will provide theinselves with proper cre deutials, signed by the secretary of the meeting at whicb they are elected. They are requested tu present such credentials to the county comtuittee, at Capital ball, ira- mediately on their arrival in Montpelier on the moruing of the convention. Itis recom- mended that priruary uieetings for the election of delegates be held uniforinly en Saturday, July 23, 1HB2, at such hour of tbe day as the town comruittees severally niay designate. Delegates asking (or special round-trip tickets to Montpelier and return, on the day of the conventien, can obtain thein for fare one way of the ticket agent at the railroad station at wbich they take the train. GKOROR W. TlLDEN, Jamks W. Brock, Republiean E. W. HUNTLEY, Frank Plcmley, County J. M. Fishkh. Jaubs Havlett, Committee. H. D. Vail, Montpelier, Vt., July 7, 1892. On the above basis the several towns in the county will be entitled to representation as (ollows: WANTED For 4-Paw Shows Five Hundred Pieces of Dog wood or Hickory Timber (must be round), five feet long and four inches thick. Parties who can furnish the above apply in person or by letter to W. M. Dale, Agent 4-Paw Shows, at White River Junction, July 13 ; Montpelier, July 15; Burling ton, July 16. State lowest figures. Barre Berlin Cabot Calais Duxbury East Montpelier. . . Fayston Marshfield Middlesex Montpelier 13 Moretown 5 Northfield 9 Plainfield 5 Roxbury 5 Waitsfield Warren 7 Waterbury y Woodbury 5 Worcester 5 NOTIOE. Notice ii tierehy Klven tliat applleatioii wlll be mMetO,and a btlf tntmduced In, the next Oeneral Asscinhly of tlie Htate of Vermont, for a ekarter for a tevingl Rank and Trust Comnany, to be estali llsbed in tlie vlllaKU of Barre, Vt., with a eapitul sioek of yM.niHi. with tbe prtvlleeof luereaaliiK uch rapltal ttock froin tlme to tlme aa the apnlicanta may thlnk proper, not to exceed 'JUO,000 in au. Harre, vt., June II, Ittisiness Merc Menlion. In view of the unnsual interest awakened by the present political catnpaign, the Watchman Publlihlng Company has de cided to issue a campait:n Watchman, to consist of four pages of tbe size of tbe ordi nary paper, and to begin its publication July 20, continuing until November .10. The price for the entire issues will be, single copies ;(." cents; in clubs of ten or more, 30 cents. Every issue will embrace a mass of political commeut and lnformation in dispenfiable to republiean readers who de sire to keep abreast of events in tbe cam paign. Tbe prospectus of the campaign Watchman, glving fuller explanation of its character andobjects, will be found on page three. Straw hats marked down to " close out," at T.'i Main street. Timukr wauted by tbe 4-Paw shows. See first column, this page. Clean your clothes with Castilian Cream. B'or sale at 1). F. Long's. Thk Credeuda, a high-grade, low-priced bicycle. Barrows& Peck. Wanted. A good farm band by tbe montb. H. W. Town, Calais, Vt. Union 2: 10, fastest and best bicycles on earth. A. II. Roberts, 10 Baldwin street. To Rent. Tbe residence situated at No. 12 Mechanic street. Apply to John Almou. Cool soda, with delicious syrups, soda witb ice-creaui, mineral waters 011 draugbt, at Bnbcoi k's. For Salk. Complete set Chambers' En cyclopedia, eight volumes. Cheap for casb. Addrew this oflice. taxes on sums not excecding 81, B00, antl mnkcs loans 011 bome securities at six per cent, It rents lire and burglar-proof ile posit boxos (or tlvo dollars a year. Victor Bicycles, first in tires and im provements. Barrows & Peck. Wantkd A capablegirl; must be agood cook. Apply to Mrs. Artbur 1). Bancro(t, corner Ioomis and I.iberty streets. Don't wear your old suit any longer. You can buy a new one so cheap it wlll surprise you. At A. I). Farwell's, No. ""1 Main street. A special line of opora hose is ofTered by the Barnard, Sumner & Putnam Com pany, this week. Tbe rlrtn olTer, also, sev eral bargains In polka-dot fabrics for warm weatber dresses. See pago five. Srldom are so many suminer novelties shown in town as are now offering by T. S. Brophy & Co. While perhaps the finest tllsplay is in dress fabrics and tritnmings, tbe line of parasols, fans, etc, is very at tiactive. See page eight. Thkrr seem to be indlcations that a large uuinber of emigrants wlll go into South Dakota this year from varlous nuarters. This rannut fall to build up and put tbe state in a tlne agricultural and linancial conditlon. Ameriran Inv ttmentt. In addltion to bis heavy trucking busi ness, Clark B. Roberts has put on the road a single team. Baggage to and from all trains. Care, promptness and dispatch at live-and-let-llve prices. Oflice in rear of Excbange hotel. Telephone connectlon. It is learned upon good autbority that the fourteen immense tents undor wbich the Adam Forepaugh shows and tlie sublime Biblical spectacle, " The Fall of Nineveh," are given are actually water-proof, so that the audience are dry and comfortable, no matter how hard it may be raining outside. Thbre are many veterans who bave elaims for pensions pending that would do well to consult James E. Curran, Mont pelier, Vt., who has bad over six years' ex perience as n special examiner and is tlior ougbly familiarwith all tbe laws and rulings of the department. He makes increase and rejected claims a specialty. Advice (ree. Inside Paint. " Allegauy County, N. Y., June H, 1803, O. W. Inurrsoll: Dear Sir Having paiuted tbe inside of my bouse witb your paint fifteen years ago, and it still looking well, I write you for estimate and colors, as I intend to paint the outside of it with your rubber grade, believing them to be tbe best. Fraternally yours, II. Seager." See advertisement Ingersoll's Ltquld Rubber Paints. Ed Countv agents wanted to solicit orders (or rubber boots and sboes from local retail trade on cummission. Quick-selling goods; not many samples; good results with ordi nary etlort. Parties residiug in this district and already canvassing local trade oould make this a valuable addition to tbeir busi ness. Adtlress, witb re(erences, " Colches ter Rubber Company," Sage & Co , Agents, 100 Federal street, Boston. For Sale. No. 1 pine latb, No. 1 eight ! een-inch spruce sbingles, mouldings all kinds and mude to order bouse tinisb, Bpruoe, bass, butternut, ash, oak, cberry, white wood, Alabama bard pine, Micbigan pine, floorlng of all kinds. Bought at tbe mills, will be sold cheap for casb. Turning dono to order. All kinds of job work in 1 tbe wooil-working line. Telephone con- neetions. United States Clothes Piu Com pany, Montpelier, Vt. Pkivate Boardinq and Day .School, (seventh year) 17 Blagden street, Boston, Mass. Miss B. A. Clagett, principal. Re openfl October 3, with an able corps o( teachers. Elective courses, primary and more advanced work. Re(erences: Rt. Rev. Pbillips Brooks, Boston: General A. F. Walker, president Institute of Tecbnology, Boston; Mrs. Louis Agassiz, president Uarvard Annex, Cambridge, Mass.; Miss Ellen Hyde, State Normal Scbool, Frani ingbam, Mass. For cireulars or informa tion, address tbe principal. Radical Defahtures. It is a bold move on tbe part of Mauager J. T. McCaddon to adil in one season such an enormous fea ture as the mammotb spectacle, ' The Fall of Nineveb;" but his managerial daring seems to bave no bounds, and be has also added to the shows a complete Oriental cir etis company of thirty-rive men, women and children. Tbese people areMoors, Ivybales and Assiaotis, tbe first genuine peoide of that deiorlptlon ever brot;ght to America. Mananer McCaddon seems to bo guing on tbe theory that notbiug can be too big or too good for tbe Adam Forepaugh shows and their patrous. They will exhibit here on Fridav, Julv 30, Mrs. Rohkrt Cook is prepared to clean kid gloves, laces, etc, Orders left at Wbeat ley's, .'11 State street. Very nobby white vests, new lot of out ing sbirts, and tbe Victor sash vest, just re ceived at A. D. Farwell's. For Salk My cottage, on tbe corner of Charles and Barre streets, in Montpelier. .1. )'. Knapp. Inquire of T. J. Deavitt, Montpelier, Vt. Portirres. draperies, wall paper and bor ders, in new modes and desigus, are of fered by Webster & Co. See advertisement on page eight. Wanted. A positlon as companlon to an aged lady or as a housekeepor for a gentle man. Mrs. A. A. Pratt, Plainfield. In iiire at Watchman olllce. Holse for Sale In the vlllage of Mont pelier, convenient to schools, arranged for two tenements with about llve rooms each. Apply to Stepheu Thomas, clothes-pin factory. Soldiers, soldiers' wldows and dependent relatives, entitled to pensions under the new paniion law, ibonld send to T. J. Deavitt, Montpelier, Vt., for a circtilar containing the law in fall, When you are in need of footwear call at the Capltal CbbIi Shoe Store, corner. of Scbool and Elm streets, where you wlll Bnd tlrst-class goods aud prices withln the reach of all. P. J. McAvoy. Thk Capital Savings Bank and Trust Company pays depositors four per cent and Montpelier and viointty. 11. 0, Mns. Sc ott of Cbii ago Is in town. BnsTKED is ill at the Pavilion. IIesry .STKARNsbas returned frmu Florida. Thomas Dkwky is at Narragansett, R. 1. QaOBOI HlTOBBOBM of Boston is visiting relatives, Miss Inkz B1.ANCHA11H is visiting In West Randolph, Mr. am Mrs. F. W. Moksk spent Siinday at Fabyan's. MissJulia Kkith arrived at tbe Pavil ion yesti'rday, OaoaOB Bard and wifo bave retume l to Bpenoer, Mass. Mn. um Mks. F. A. Standish are at Asbland, N. II. Thk youngust chlld of Joseph Yatter died yestorday iuoriiing. Post.mastkk Whkki.kr of BnrllagtOB was in town last Mouday. Station Auknt E. W. Thompson was in Bonton last Saturday. Mits. C. A. Lano weut to St. Albans yes terday foi a few days. I). yf. Tk.mpi.k and tamily are spetnling ten days at Burlington. ,1. v. Baooxi lolned bis tamily at Port Land, Maine, yeeterday. Mits. T. J. HUBT, mother of Mrs. C. K. Demeritt, is seriously ill, Gkorok IIari.uw came up from Burling ton totpend last Mouday. Mus. M. E. Smilik entertaiued a few friends last Frlday eveniug. J. W. F. Washhukn has recently beeu grauted an original pension. Harry W. Somkhs, for Borne months on tlm Ar;iif Btalt, went tn big home in One- onta, N. V., last week. Iater be is to joln the staff of tbe Rutland Itrrald. II. W. Kkmp went to Rutland, last Mon day, on a bank-exatnining trip. William Nkwton and wife of Adntos, Mass., aro visiting John Btnlth, Mrs. J. R. Frkkr of Biniihamton, N. Y., is visiting her son, Harry Freer. 1). R. Sortwkll and wife of Cambridge, Mass., were In town last Friday. Miss LuLO R. Ellis went to Concord, N. H., yesterday for a week's visit. Mn. and Mrs. .1. B, PoLLABO of Spring Reldi Mass., are at . C Bowers'. Mns. J. Munror Poland and datigbter are gtiests of Miss Eliz t M. Willnnl Clarknck E. Moulton is ktMBding his vacation, qntatlyi in West Ranilolph. JrnoE Hi W. Lykord jolned M. E. Smilie at Peak's Island, Maine, last Monday. D. F. Clark is spetnling bis vacation in Groton and its very imraediate vicinity. Colonel and Mrs. Frrd E. Smith are at Portland, Maine, for a couple o( weeks. Miss Rosk Fitzokrald of St. Albans Is visiting Mrs. George Wheeler, her slster, Fred Dutton and wife of Arlington, Mass., are at Ralph Willey's for a few days. Therr is to be a dance at the Pavilion this evening, if tbe weatber is not too warm. F. N. Field, postal clerk on the Newport & Springrleld run, was in town last Monday. Mrs. R. G. Elliott and two daughters of Detroit are visiting Mrs. James C. Hotigb-ton. S. O. Willey has returned froin Swamp scott, Mass., where he has been visiting bis sons. Lee W. TKWKsnuiiY left last Monday on a carriage drive through northern Ver mont. Carroll and " Nat " King, from Brock ton, Mass., are visiting Clark King, their father. W. B. Viall of West Randolph and Thomas H. Brown of Rutland were in town Monday. H. C. Wedstkr went to Now York, last Monday, to attend tbe national furniture exposition. Fred Lono is up frcm Boston for a couple of weeks, with a straw hat four feet in cir cumference. The Apollo Club is to be closed for a few days while the concrete walk is being laid on Main street. The Apollo Banjo Club visit Randolph Center, next Sunday, at the request of Landlord Stone. Sixtebn of the summer hoarders at tbe Pavilion went to Benjamin's Falls for a picnic yesterday. " Wm " Lowk and General Sanders went Babing, a day or two ago, and caught 103 Sbady Rill cod-tish. Mus. A. 0. Cummins is to give a reception to-morrow evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oummini, Rev. Hknry I. C'ishman and family of Providence, R. I., have opened the Gilman hoase for tbe summer, The Sunday-scbool of the Church of the Messiab will picnic at Langdon's grove on Tbursday, tbe 21st inst. Frank W. Carver has moved bis familv to St. Albans, where be is at work in tbe Fletcher grauite works. Hknry W. Dkkw has returned from Buf falo. N. Y.. aud Bert H. Tyler bas agaiu be come a peripatetic body. Rev. 0. S. Nickkrson of Barre will preach at tlie Church of the Messiah next Sunday. in exchange with Mr. Dutton. Thk beautiftil brass lectern given toChrist ohurch by the children of Dr. Julius Y. Dewey was consecrated last Sunday. Barre Street Lodqe, Order of tbe Se lected, intend to spend a few days next week at " Abe " Holt's, in Woodbury. Chakleb Hauiilin and Irving Sparrow last Sunday carred eight hogl, Welghing 8,310 poundi, and several head of cattle. Lawson Cumminqs has put probably tbe smallest water motor in town into his tele scope and bobbiu factory in the Ellis block, Geok(!E R. Morse and family and Mr. and Mrs. James E. Curran are fusticating at Groton pond with a baggage car for a tent. PRosrERo Truda, the trombone artist at tached to tbe Montpelier Military Band, is visiting in Ayer, Mass., for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Prudeni e Denny remains in a helpless conditlon, but her mind is clearer, and other si'ns of a partial recovery are shown. Thomas 0. Barrows and George W. Reed started yesterday on their annual Bahing excunion to the Dead River region in Maine. TnEnon-partisan Woman'sCbristian Tem perance I'niou will meet witb Mrs. Amanda 1'. Newcomb this (Wednesda.v) afteruoou at three o'elock. Thk White Mountain express, wbich Itopt at Montpelier an hour each noon, di verts considerable patronage towaril the local hostelries. Georoe Wiiklan is mnning tho elevator in tbe National Life lusurance Comimny bnilding, during the abseuce at Eagle Camp 01 liarry uviatt. Hakvky Wki.ch puahed bis safety bi cycle to Woodbury, last Sunday. and brought back enongh pond lilies to supply Lake Ohamplatn, Mrs. Thkkon BAiLRYand daughter Eath erine bave arrived from Milwaukee, Wis., accompanied by Mrs. J. p. c. Oottrell. They are at tbe Pavilion. A child of Henry li. Cbandler, living In tbe old post-ollice bnilding in the rear o( Mainitreet. died last Monday mornlng, and another child is seriously ill. Thk Central Vermont railroad station is atprawnt a Ohaoa ol paint and brusbes, and will sbortly etnerge. looking more pre sentable tban it has (or years. Charles A. Kilham o( Carter, Carter & Kllnain, Boston ilruggists, sjient tliree days in towu last week, and inade a lilulT attrout tlshing, assisted by H. A. Slade e( als. Aefairs are runnlng smoothly and qnietly at tbe ECeeley Institute. Four new patieuts bave arrived siuce lawt week, uiaking tan in all who are now in line. Miss Ivatk BTBXPF of OlOUOest. r, Mass., Miss billa A. Bbepard of Franklin, Mass., aud C. D. Harringtou of Boston, are visit ing Landlord BparrOW of the Exchange. Thk east siile of South Maiu street is at laal i11 bave a siilewalk as is a sidewalk. Tbe work of concreting is now iu progresa, under Mr. Huward's etlicieut stipervlsion, Thk seventy-nlntb annual meeting of tbe Vermont Staie Mfdical Snciety will be held here on october is and H. Drs. Kemp and Cbandler will bave parts iu the programme. Miss Mary I'shk.u ( 1 itiKFiN Is visiting bai annt, Mrs. B.P, Walton Miss pior M. Sneli of Oberlln College also is speuding tbe summer with Mrs. Walton. who is ber slster. Thk Amcriian Tyler of Detroit, Mich., publltbaa in tbe issue for July 9 an excel- lenl Ukanaai of Dr. J. Henry Jaokaon "f Barre, with a biograpbloal ske'tch by (!. 11. Beatoni AsSISI'AM PosTMASTKR J. El.I (loODK- aouoa has been reoontmended to the presi- dent by the Vermont eongressloual delega tion for tbe appointinent of postmaster at Montpelier. Onk of E. M. Irish's palr of horses that were badly cut by juinplng into a barbed wlre fence, a couple of weeks ago, bas again become tlt for ilrlvlng, and tbe other will eventually recover. Mrs. Gkoror F. Batchki.der and two ohlldren of Denver, Col., and Mrs. William L, Martin and daughter of Minneapolis, Minn., are tbe guests of Mrs. M. A. li, Bnr bank at tbe Pavilion. Mks. ORABLai II. Hkaton, Mrs. I. R. Moulton, Mrs. M. E. Smilie, Mrs. George Taplln, Master Harry Taplln and Maatei Earle Smilie went to Eagle Camp, Lake Obatnplaln, yesterday. A flao polk bas been erected In front of Oi F. Bmwell'l bouse .on East State street, and between it and D. A. GuptH's resitlenee will wave a Harrlson and Reld banner, twelve by twenty-one feet. Frkd A. Stocks, chtef clerk of the United States treasury department, callfd 011 Post master Morse, last Saturday, and expressed himself as much pleased with tbe federal huildltig and its appearance. W. C. Bklknap, who has just graduated at Dartmouth College, was awarded the second Orimes prize in English OOtnpoai tion. The subject of his essav was " The Career of Jaines Russell Lowell." Dan LtTOIAi Perlev Holden, Carl Gleason, Ned Hougbton, Ed Deavitt, Will Smith, Rob Cushman and " Tlm " Merrill, Jr., are temporarily laboring at the Vermont Mutual lusurance Company's oflice, and chewing gum. C. J. Staniland gave an exbibltion of how to ride a bucklng broncho, in front of tbe post-oflice yesterday mornlng. George 11. Kolfe assisted by patting the broncho on the nose and whisperiug in a strange lan guage. Edward F. Mckkay graduated on Mon ilay from the medical department of tbe Unlverslty of Vermont. He was a member of tho committee of the class wliich bad charge of the bnsiness counected witb graduation. Frkd L. Eaton last Friday receiveil a let ter from Rev. J. Edward V rlght announcing the safe arrival at Bremen of Mr. Wrigbt and family. They are now pleasantly located at " No. 13 Bauinstrasse, care Frau Herwig, Hanover, Germany." A regl'lar session of the Montpelier preachers' society was held at the vestry of Trinity church on Monday forenoon, and a goodly number of ministers were present, An interesting essay was read by Rev. F. Donaldson of Northfield. Bkrt Janohaw and a stone-cutter named Smith had a " scrappin' match " at Barre last Friday. Bert gave an exhibition of boxing that delighted his friends and east a gloom over Smitb's entire community. All on account of a ball game. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Moorr and son, Jared Sparks, Miss Julia Randolph Wins low, daughter of Dr. Caleb Winslow of Bal timore, Mrs. Dr. Johnson of Cambridge, Mass., and Mrs. I. N. Camp of Cbicago are visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Taplin. F. W. Bancroft ontertained a company of friends at a tea, given in honor of Miss Greenleaf of Columbus, O., on Wednesday evening of last week. During the evening he gave bis lecture on English ballads, to the extreme pleasure of the listeners. Dkputy Collrctor S. B. Wkioin of the interual revenue department returned to Montpelier on Monday and will probably remain until October, correcting tbe bonds wbich have been forwarded to the otlice in connection with maple sugar llcenses. C. O. IIaut and wifo and little daughter, of Concord, N. II., have been pending a few days at the Pavilion. Mrs. Hart and child will remain for a few weeks, but " Doc's " duties as a commercial traveler will necessitate bis absence uiost of the time. A I'Arty of old soldiers, conslsting of W. W. Noyes, H. B. Wedge, E. Baker, Charles Harran aud W. Noyes, left Montpelier on Monday for Portland, Maine. From two to three weeks will be spent in "camp tluty." The wives of several of the number accom panied them, The Woman's Christian Temperance Union is to meet in Betbany cbapel, Friday afteruoou, to discuss the Keeley cure. A smilo went around tbe congregation. last Sunday, when Mr. Gallagber announced that tbe " annual semi-tuontbly meeting " would bo held, etc. Thk bearing in the Langdon and Temple ton case, involving some land in Worcester, was ended last Friday, hefore Masters iu Chaneery Bnrnap aud Senter, who will meet August 8 to tigure out a decision. Tbe bearing was begun Jauuary 23, 1891, and has oooupied tifteeu days. A party o( non-partisan Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union ladies and a number o( men visited tbe town (arm recentlv and gave a social tea to the inmates. livery tbing about the bome is neat and clean. aud Mr. and Mrs. Richardsou are pleasaut and kind in their care of the inmates. The Capital Savings Bank and Trust Company, although young in years, seems to bave tborougbly establisbed itself as one of the souud linancial institutions of Mont pelier. Its semi-annual statement of June .'tO is evidence of tbe auceess which is sure to attend careful and conservative manage ment. A delicious morceati of unconscious hu mor was sprung by au intoxicated individ ual on State street last Saturday uight. He was dlscussing the Keeley cure, and as he steadied himself against a telephone pole he remarked detiantly: " 'Sall rigbt;but them fellers can't get any of their polson into my blooil." The arrivals of summer visitors at the Pavilion the past week Inolttde Miss Barab A. Jarvis, Dr. William B. Hurd, Miss Hurd, Mrs. l'ettie, all of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. C. D. Mather of Boston; F. C. Keitb aud wifo and Mrs. Edward Bingbatu of Clevelaud, O. There are uow sixty-two periuanent guests at the hotel. Thk street commissioners last Monday OOttUnenoed the abatlng of a long-time nui satn e by retuoving the llagging aud biti b-ing-posts along the west sble of Maiu street. Tbe trustees have hired laud back of Blanobard block for a market plaoe, aud are to put up a couple of poles 100 feet long, to wbich teams can be hitched. J. Harry Enuels of Rutland seems to have " fallen on his feet." He has aceepted au offcr from P. S. Giliuore to travel witb tbe noted band-master two years in this country and one abroad, at' a salary of 98,000 11 year aud expenses. His duties will be the arraugiug iu attractive (orm of tbe concerts to be given by (iilmoro's baml on its tour. Thk forty-second semi annual tlnancial stati tnent of tbe Montpelier Savings Bank and Trust Company makes a very cnui mendable sbowiug. and its ellicient otlieers may look with pride 011 its past reconl aud ezpeol coutinued prosperity. Its large in dividua depoail account is proof of the Oonfldenoe that the people in Montpelier and vicinity have in it. Past I'olonkl F. L, Eaton made the ad dress at Braiulon, last week Tbursilay. in connection witb tlie jiresentation to Captain Herbert 8. Foster of Burlington of the in siguium of tho past dlvlsiou of the Sons of Veterans a silver itobs. The address Is sald to bave beeu eloiUeut and graceful. A. Q, Cay. Baq., made an address at tbe Oamp-flre in the eveniug. Thk Vermont lneiubers of tho Christian Bndeavoi Boolety, who bad their headquar ters at tbe Metropolitan hotel during tbe Oonvontion in New York, 011 Saturday even ing proHoutod E. E. Towner, the state sec retary, a Christian Endeavor pln, set with valuable stoues, as a token of tbeir appreci ation of his services. Several complimeut ary speecbes were made. Gbohuk Blair, who recently attached himself to the St. Albans Mestenuer oflice, has been appointed superluteudent of the Messengor ('ompanv. Tbe purcbase of all supplies, the control of pHy and dlstrlbutlon of labor in the joh-composing, newspaper OOtnpoeing, press rooms and blndery are under his autbority. His friends will be gbul to learn of his appointinent. Thk followlng programme will be ren dered at tbe State street, stand, Friday even ing, by tho Montpelier Military Band: Marcb, "Setnper Fidelis " (Sousa); over tnre, " Raymond " (Thomas); "Rol.in Adair" (Sootoh); " Four Little Curly-headed Coons " (Wheeler); " Patrol of the Gnomes" (Eilenberg); selection, " Erminie" (Jakob owskii; waltz, "Dolores" (Waldteufel); galop, "Almacks" (Rietzel). I.kttk.k Carrikr " Tim " Callalian again dlstinguised blmeelf last, Friday by rescu Ing Mrs. Emerson and ber daughter of Berlin from a possible horrible deatb, The lailies were driving near the Central Ver mont station, when the horse became frlghtened by tbe cars and oajMleed tlie Wagon, "Tim " arrived by special delivery and put in about five minutes of the rescu'e act with satisfactory results. ATa session of the Vermont Conferenco board of church extenslon, held In Trin ity church vestry, the followlng members were present: Hon. W. P. Dillingham of Waterbury, Frank I'lumley of Northfield, Thomas Marvin of Montpelier, Rev. J. A. Shorburn of Cabot, W. S. Stnithers of Barre and W. R. Davenport of Waterbury. Au uppmpriatlon of $:i00 was recommended for the payment of the church debt at Greens boro Bend. Rev. G. W. Gallaqher will spend his four weeks' vacation in New York and riclnity. He will preach at the Pilgrim church, New York city, July 24, and at Or ange, N. J., tbe following Sunday. Rev. A. H. Ball, D.D., will preach at Betbany church July 24. Dr. Ball is pastor of the large Congregational church in Elgin, III., and is one of the able men of tbe West whom our people, no doubt, will be pleased to bear from the pulpit. Thk Queen Anne cottage iu Rolfe & Slade's store, in which reside " Pader ewski," the Angora, and "Btub," plain cat, has a new summer resident in the fe line person o( "Coony," a (emale puss of bigh degree. The wedding o( " Pader ewski " and " Coony " was celebrated witb much pomp last week, old " Stub " olliciat ing as best cat. The latter has rented apartments in tbe seconil story, out of tbe way of domestic siiualls. Nema, tbe little daughter of R. C. Bowers, was badly burned last Friday. She, with some other little girls, had been playlng with tireworks, under the watchful iuper vision of Mrs. Bowers, who relaxed her at tention after the children announced that they had rlnished their celebration. But the little ones later got hohl of some matches, and In some way Nema's clothing caught fire. Her left arm and side from her neck to her waist were badly burned, and the shock to her nervous system was such that life was despaired of. IShe rallied, however, and at present is slowly gaining. Vermont Press Exeursion. The Vermont Press Association excur sion party left St. Johnsbury last week Fri day moruing. The receptions in the Athe niettO and Fairbanks Museuin at St. Johns bury, Tbursday evening, were followed by a hanipiotat the opera-house. The Mabogany (iuartette furnisbed niusic for the bammet, and one of tbe selections was"anowed" by a member of the association. Arthur F. Btone of the Cetltionictn acted as toast-mas-ter, anil speecbes were made by H. N. Turuer of the St. Johnsbury Board of Trade, Colonel G. G. Benedict of Burlington, Rev. F D. Buckley of St. Johnsbury, Colonel U. A. Woodbury of Burlington and others. Tbe banqnet was given by the Board of Tiade as a compliment to the visitors. Tbursday afteruoou memhers of the asso ciation were taken about the town iu car riages, and every attention was shown them by tlie St. Johnsbury people. Tbe party left for tbe White Mountains at half past eight Friday morning, by special train, and a company of young people of St. Johns bury went with them tothe Mount Pleasant bouse. Nearly all took advantage of a side trip for tlie asceutof Mount Washington by the fatuous oog railroad. The aftuosphere was clear, aud a graud view of the surround ing country was obtained. Dinner was taken at the Mount Pleasant hotel, after which a short business session was held by tbe members of tbe association. Tbese new members were elected: Colonel George T. Childs, St. Albans; J. W. Sault, St. Johns bury; Theophilus Grout, Newport; A. D. Bradford, Jericho. Tho party then started for Portland. At North Conway a stop was made to see the Keeley institute. Portland was reached at half-nast six o'elock, and in the evening a sail down the bay was en joyed, the business men of the city extend ing the courtesy. On Saturday the party went to Cusbing's Island in the morning and had dinner at the Otattawa bouse. Later Peak's Island was visited, and the party weut to Old Orehard Beach in tbe evening. At a busi ness meeting, Saturday evening, Messrs. Ropes of Montpelier, McMaster of Wood stock and Tbayer of West Randolph were appointed a committee ou resolutions. Tbe following otlieers were elected: President, Harry Parker; vice-presidents, S. C. F. Ranney and E. 0. Tuttle; secretary, Artbur F. Stone; treasurer, L. H. Lewis; BXOOUtive committee, C. S. Forbes, C. L. Walter and L. P. Tbayer. A meeting of the association at Montpelier during the session of the legislature was decidcd upon. Letters of regret were read from Senators Proctor and Morrill, Colom 1 Levi K. Fuller, Colonel B. B. Smalley, General T. S. Peck, Colonel Atbert Clarke. Mayor Seneca Haseltou, Neal Dow and Thomas B. Reed. Most of the excursiouists returned on Monday, but a few went to Boston, and sev eral taxniliee are Itill at tbe beach. TUeex cursion was exceptionally en joyable. Obltnary. McChire. Died, at bis home in Beaver Dani, Wis., ou June 27, Dr. Joseph F. McCluro, at the age of sixty-eight years, tive months and twenty-one days. Dr. MoOlnre had been conrlued to the bouse with intlammatiou of tbe bowels less tban a week before bis deatb. He was boru at Chelsea, this state, and received his early educatiou in Chelsea Acadeiny, afterwards attendlng the medical department of the I niversitv of Vermont, from wbich be graduated at the age of tweuty-three. He hegan at once the practice of medicine in his native town, where he was engaged iu the active duties of his profession until 1S.V). He was united in uiarri ige to Bunioe S. Denison of Royalton, July 1, 1881, In the fall of 1K.V he reiuoved to Beaver Dani, where be devotcd tbe best years of bis life to ministeriug to the slck aud atteuding the calls of tbe sutfering. During the war he served as a volunteer surgeou and was as Igned to duty at Nasbville, Tenn. For five years he was supeiiutemlent of puhlic si hools, aud he abo hebl o her respoiisible poeitlone at Beaver Dain. A widow aud five children survive to mouru his death. Etkrnal vigilance is the price of healtb. But with all our precaution there are eno mios always lnrking about our systeius, only waitiug a favorable opportunlty to assert theinselves. Iiupurities in the blood may be hiddon for years, or eveu for genet ations, and suddeniy break (orth, uudermln ing health anil hasteuiug deatb. For all dlseases arising from linpure blood Hood's Sarsaparilla is the uuequaled and una nroaclieil remedv. It is kiug o( them all, (or it conquers disease. Thk shoe (actories at Bethel aud Royal ton are sald to be doing a big business.