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o O TKHMH, l'AIU IN ADVANOK, Ono Ycnr 81. BO O O Kltslit Month 100 S " Slx Mtititlifl 7fl g, lf nnt 1'nlil In Ailvnucv, o O W3 0(1 n Yiuir. o ooeOQOoooooooo , cooeoooooaoooo O r. ... . . . . O PFHPI P WANT o I LUrLL wkkkijY NKWS- " " " Tinr. 5 o rmiMSiiniiroitHhllMI - o o 1,n' o oeooosoccsoaoooaoso VOL. 934818. MONTPELIER, VT. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17, 1898. NDMBER 33. OF REMNANTS AND SHORT LENGTHS OF AT One-Half tlie Usixal Prices. L. P. & H. C, GLEASON HOUSE WARMING. STEAM, HOT "WATER, PURNACE OR COMBINATION HEATING-. Is no experiraent with us. Wo know how and do it right. Wo uao tho bost material monoy can buy, and guaranteo Safcty, Eonomy and Durabllity. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Tho rush Benson for work of thia kind will booii bo hore. Placc your ordors carly for now work nnd repnirs. PECK BROS., 60 Main Street. NO MATTER WHAT OTH MAY ADVERTISE, See us before you buy. All lrinds of Light Weight Clothmg, Straw Hats, etc, markecl down. Men's All Wool Suits, $5.00 to $8.00. Boys' Long Pant Suits, ages 15 to 19, $3.50 and $5.00. Children's wasli suits, 50 cents, 75 cents and $1.00 each. Linen and Orash Pants for boys and nien. A, D. FARWELL, Montpelier, MARY HOWE GOfelCERT! BLANCHARD 0PERA HOUSE. Friday, August lOtlx, XOS, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSICAL EVENT MONT PELIER HAS SEEN IN MANY MONTHS. The careor of tho favorito soprano, Mary Howo, whoso ap poarance wo take ploasuro in announcing, is one in which Vci"' monters nghtly take tho groatost prido. Within tho past throo years Mary Howo has maiTe a European roputation socond to that of no high soprano now before tho public. Her continued engagomonts singing in this country oxcopt suramor vacation. Tho local managoment havo ongaged her for a concert thus early in tho season, it boing impossible for a lator dato, aa sho is under contract to appear at the Royal Opora Hcuse, in Wiesbaden, Gormany, Tickots on Salo at Ehle's Reserved Seats, 75c BEST KNOWN AND THAN These machines, with Improved stock and may be seen at BARROWS Montpelier 9 Vt, lf in want ofla Cutter send sell these machines on BARGAINS IN. m COMMERC1AL STATIONERY orxca. for ScutnrDlojs cixxcSL Prioos. ERS abroad havo not pormitted her on rare occasions during the not lator than Septembor 10. Book and Music Store. General Admission, 50c. NSILAGE CUTTER! UTORE RELIABLE ANY. Swivel Carriers, are kept in & PECK'S in your order early. ,We easy terms, if desired. Vermont Watchman Co rDBLIBIIED EVBBT WKDNKBDAY BT The Vermont Watchman Gompany, At Montpelier, Vt. $r THE nsF if WATCHMAN l AND THE 1 BOSTON DAILY RECORD ONE YEAR M ...FOR $3.50... M '1- Thb abovo clubblnp; arrangement haa been mado to Bupply, at a low prlce, Watchman Bubacilbers with a Ually papor contalnlng all tbo natloual and forolgn news. Tbo Bostou Dally Ilecord Is an on torprlaliiK and well conductod paper. Veumont Watchman CourANY, Montpelier, Vt. IJusliicss Moro Meiition. O. E. Shkpakd, auctloneor, Marsbneld.Vt. Moue ronl Imrcttltis aro quoted on pese fivo by tbo Uarnard, Sumuor & Putnam Co. Cold woatlior ia coiiiIdc. Kead wbat Poek Hrotbors bavo to Huy ln tbelr spaoo on tbis pai;o Fon Salb. Tbo Warnor Qranlte Compa- ny's plant, WasblnRton, Vt. Good reasonB for sullliifr. A remnnnt salo 1b adyertlsed on tbis pago bv L. V. & H. O. Gleason at wbleb nrices out vory doep wlll prevall. If vou aro lncllned to sneculato ln a lcclt- mato way you wlll bo lntorested ln tbo ad- ortlacuieiu oi ivnou n uiosson on pago oigbt. A:u Cubhion Datkks for cancelllng rovo- nuo atampf, wltli your namo or inltlals. ifllty cents anu vermonc waicuman Compauy. Kdward B. Kvb, practical plano tuner. Ten yoars faetory and waroroom experlonco at lionry j). nnnor-B, uosion, jmbsb. uruors loft at W. Q. Nye'sNorth Montpelier, Vt., for tbo noxt four woeks. Brick Fou Salb. All kinds of brlck for Htilo at lou-ost nrices at now vanl on lino of Montpelier and Wells Itlver ratlroad. Jlail onlers promptiy auenueu to. Auuress, i,. , Gitcliell, WoodBVille, JN. u. You ean learn bow andw Uero yoncan In- veat your uioney ln gold mortaages ;at slx per cont by wrltliiR to O. O. Eatou, Mont pelier, Vt. Tbo daiiKor of loss, lf any, is vory romoto. Intereat paid twico a year. Investtyate pleate and be bonefltod. On paco olcbt Dr. J. Frasor Barbrlck an- nounces tbatbo will be at tbo Montpelier nouBo on Krlday and Saturday of tbis week, Tbo dootor bas mauo inany oxtraor- llnary curcB ln tuls vlclnlty and bls couilnc wlll bo awaitod wltb mueb interost. Wo bavo used Cbainberlaln's Coucb Reni- edy ln our bomo for inany years and bear cbeorful toBtlmony to Its valuo as a medi clno wblcb sbould bo in ovory family. In courIib aud colds wo bavo found It to bo efllcacious and In cronp and wbooping courU in cbildron wo deom it indispensable. 11. 1'. Klttor, nzi i airiax ave., ai. IiOuib, Mv. For salo by O. Blakcly and W. E. Torrlll & Co. Pknsions of S0 to S12 a month aro naid soldlors, rlch or poor, with sllght disabll ities, contracted ln or out of sorvlce, uuder act of Juno 27, 1800. Tboso now pensioned under tbis aet can completo any Buspemled, delayed or rojoctod claim under tbeold law, and recolvo tbo arrears. Wldows ontltlod, wltbout rogard to cauBe of soldlor'B doatb. No cbargo unloss Buccossful. Address, T. J. Deavltt. Montpolior, Vv.',' ItKPunuoAN Caucdb. A Itunubllcan cau- cus for tbo notnination of representativo to tho goneral assembly from tho city of Mont pelier will bo beld at Arniory Ilall on Mou day ovening, August 22, at balf past sevon O'CIOCK. Dated at Montpolior, Vermont, August 10, A. 1). 1SU8. O. D. Clahk, 1 J, 13. MOHBB, Jameb Cannino, FllKD. A. IIOWLAND, J. G. Bkown, Clty Oom. Do you want anytbinc ln tho lino of drugs and mediclnes no raattor what? If bo call ou Fred A. Ainswortb, proprletor of tho now Williamstown drug-Btoro, on Depot strjet,(ono door east of J. K. Lynde's storo If, porchanco, bo may not bavo exactly what you doslro, bo wlll alm to supply it ln tho ahortost poBslblo timo. If good goods and Iionest prices anu squaro uoaung wlll do it, ho is bound to securo a fair sharo of publto patronago. Sowlng.machlno suppllos and a popular lino of statlonery aro Bpoclalties. Glvo hlin a call. Conbtantlt Incukasing. Tho ranld ln- creaso of businoss during tho past fow years at Waterbury post-oillce Is largoly attlbuted to tbo oxtouslvo buslnusB of our towuaman. Jir. u. u. warrou, wuo now uoes nvo- olghths of all tho mall businoss transacted at thls oiuco, jsir. warren's conBtantly lncreaslng busiuesB will soon raiso tho poBt- ofllco salary 8200 moro. Now that Bolton Falls ls to bo harnesBed anu tho moat ex tonslvo water powor lu northern Vermont wlll at onco bo avallablo to all claaaos of manufacturers, wo hopo and trust, that H wlll no tuo means oi inuucing moro mon oi Mr. Warron'B stamp to locato with us. Wo can afrord to offor them somo oxtra lnduce- niout to do bo. waterbury Itocord. About ono month ago my chlld, whlch ls flftoon moutbs old, bad au altick of dlar rbooa accouipanled by vomlting. I gavo lt Buclt remodles as aro usually gtven lu such cases, but as notlilng gavo rolief, wo sont for n physiclan and lt was under hla caro for a wnek. At thls tlinothe chlld bad been slck for about ten daya and was havlng about twonty-flve operations of the bowola ovory twolvo bourB, and wo woro convinced that unloss lt aoou obtalued reliof lt would not Uvo, Cbamberlaln's Colic, Obolora aud Diarrbooa Itoiueily was recommended. aud I decldod to try lt. I soon noticod a chaugo for tho botter; by Us contlnuod uao a cuui ploto curo was brought about and lt ia now perfeotly bealthy. O. L. Boggs, Btump town, Gllmer Co., W. Va. For aalo by O. Ulakoly and W. B. Torrlll & Co. AVost Fulrloo Contor. Somo of our company from tho cltlen aro looklug bomoward and talklng of loavlng us ln tho noar futuro, Goorge W. Klmball of Greonwood, Mass,, vlaltod hla frlonds and rolatlves laat Satur day ovonlng and Bundayon onoof hla tlylng trlps to tho north. Suvoral from our Sunday-school and so clety attonded tho meetlng of the Ouipo nooauo Sunday.Bchool conventlon at Unlon vlllago IaBt Saturday. Superlntendont h. B. Morae took Beveral of tbo teachors and Bcbolars with hla double team and several In slngle toams, all maklug a morry plcnio party. MONTPELIER AND YICINITY. T.OOLI. HAl'VJ'.NINaa. Louib J. Uathaway la lu camp at Berlin pond. Mna. Collins Ulaklky la vlsltlng ln Pawlot. Gborob 0. BczzBLr. ls conductor on tho olcctrlc rallroad. Mi88 Lizzib McDonald ls vlsltlng ln Sprlugflold, Maaa. L. 0. Tkwkbddiiv haa been aorloucly 111 during tho past wook. Mns. Hauut E. Fiirkii la vlsltlng rola tlves ln WoBt Nowbury. Misa Lizzib Lono of Jacksonvlllo, Fla., ia vlsltlng Mlsa Martha Long. A sAuauTRR was born laat Saturday to Mr. and Mra. Ilonry Cashon. Mr. and Mna. E. W. TnojtrsoN of Chlcago woro ln town last woek. A. W. Prbscott haa moved to hls now houso on Ploaaant Btroot, Bbrlln. II. W. Monn of Orlaudo, Fla,, waB tho guest of D. Ij. Sandora laat wook. Mr. and Mns. II. N. Taplin returnod to Wincbendon, Maas., ou TueBday. Mrs. Andrew Wbustbr of Sudbury la vlsltlng Elkina Porklns, her fatber. Fred A. IIowland waa ln Llabon and Lancaster, N. II., over last Sunday. Miss Madkl, Kent of Calais Is vlsltlng Mra. Rufua G. Itoblnson, her slater, Mr. and Mrs, N. C. Peck aro vlsltlng tbelr son LobIIo at Fitohburg, Mass. JosErii Fibiier ls slowly recovertng from a dangorous illnoas with pnoumonla. Bethany church Sunday.school beld a plculc ou Tuosday at Iienjamln Falls. Mns. II. II. Jkwbm. of NhbIiuu, N. II., 1b tbo guost of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lalrd. Mns. Oathbrinb Pratt and daugbter, Mary, aro vlsltlng rolatlves ln Randolph. Cor,. A. 0. Brown returnod on Tuosday from an oxtondod outlng nt tbo sca shoro. A DAuaiiTEii was recontly born to Mr. and Mra. Wattor Thorpo of llolyoko, Maaa. Rbv. Fatheii W. J. O'Sullivan was con flucil to tho houso laat week with tonallitis. Cauuol 0. Kma of Brockton, MaaB, is vlaitlng Mr. and Mra. Clark Klng, bls par- ents. R. B. Denny, 0. 0. Bancroft and II. L. Farwell aro at Groton pond on a flahing trip. Joiin F. GooDENOcan is takinc a vaca1 tion of two woeka from hia dutlea as post man. Mna. IIenrv Penniman went on Frlday to Boaton to vlslt rolatlvoa for aevoral weoks. W. S. Brigqs wont on Monday to Sara- toga Sprlngs, N. Y., to remaln about two weeKs. Rodeut Phinnev and Martln W. Peck oxpect to enter Norwich Univorslty ln Sop- tomnor. Miaa Sibyl WitiaiiT waa tbo cueat of Miss Marlou Thompaon at St. AlbanB ovor last Sunday. Misa Maiulla WniTCOiin of Burlington was tbo guest of Miss Katherino 0. Smith last wook. G. B. Stratton of .Concord, N. II., was tho guest of Ilenry L. Farwoll last Frlday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur A. Wiiitcomb bavo been vlsltlng ln Bodford, P. Q., during tbo past woek. Brucb McDonald went on Mondav to llolyoko, Mass., whero ho 1b tho gueat of walter Tuorpe. Rev. II. I. Cusiiman and son, Albert, of Provldeuce, R. I,, aro at tho bomo of Mrs. S. J. Blanpled. Mns. J. G. IIale of Redlands, Cal., has been the gueat, during tho past week, of i ratnc a. i-nviuen. Mr. and Mrs. II. H, Seinner of New York havo been guoata of II. A. Sklnnor duiing tbo past week. A. D. Farwell haBpurchased theCharles 11. xy ler uouso on liluerty street. xno con aideration was 51,900. Miss Flora M. Tbrrill who haa been abroad for nearly a yoar, ia tho guest of Dr, and Mra. D. G. Keinp. Mr. and Mna. BurtJ M, Blibj and MIbb Ruby Casstdy of Swanton are guestB of Mr. anu Mra. liarlow m. Hinltu, The clty linuor agency Ib now cloaod on Tuesday, Weduesday and Thuraday oven- lnga at uau paat slx o clock. Lebteu H. Greene went to Boaton laat Saturday ovonlng whoro ho Jolnod a party for a fow days yachtlng trip. A horsk ownod by Potor Bordeaux of St. Albaua droppod dead in front of tho Arus uiocK last uaturuay ovouing. A. J. Stone attendod tho annual reunlon of tho "Roxbury RuBsets," hlB old compauy, iioiu last baiuruay at uoxuury. Charles A. Smith contracted laat wook wltb Ira lllland of Boston for a monument of Barre granlto to bo sot ln Fairlee. Theron F. Colton left on Monday for a bualueaa trip to Now York and Phlladel pbta, to bo absent about two weeka. Komk G, Brown of Mlnneapolia, Mlnn., was In town laat week on hla way to tbo aea anore cottago oi uol. a. u, urowu. The Arlon quartetto tcndered Miss Mary A. I'uinney an out-uoor Borenauo Monuay ovouing at lior liomo on Bprlug stroot. Mr. and Mrs, D, L, Sandrrs gavo a lawu Earty last Thuraday ovonlng to tlio mom ers of Ivy Lodge, Daughtora of Robekah. Mns, Natuan Phinney and daugbtor, Alma, of New Bedford, Mass,, woro guesta last wook of Mr. and Mr. Goorgo B. Peck, Dr. Mary E. Emery returned to Now York ou Monday, aftor a vlait of sovoral weoks with Mra, J, (J. Emery, her mother. R. D. Stewart of Bristol, whoao sudden (loatn ls uoteu m tuo tato uews column. was a brotbor-ln-law of E. R, MorBO of thls clty. II. M. Cdtleu left for Chlcago aud otbor wesiorn pointa last uaturuay ln tuo lntor oata of tho Natloual Life IuBuranco com pauy. Dr. and Mrb. C. N. Hunt havo been at Grescent Beacb, Maaa., during tho paat weeK anu wiu rcuiain tuoro somo timo longor. Ij. E. Willis of Sholburno la employed in tbo Jawelry Btoro of A. G. Stono, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllls bavo roouia at tbo Wlllard hOUBO. Thb marrlago of Miss Mary A. Phinney to Slduoy E. Molutlro of Rutland wlll tako piaco tiiis moruing nt mna o'clock at uiuiat oiiurcu. Mu. and Mrs, C, F. Fobter, Mrs. E. D Moro aud Miaa Atwood of Tuunton. Maaa are among lato arrlvala of aummur boardeia ut tuo I'aviuon. ErnbstA. Menard, who works ln tho barborabonof G, W. Luco. loft laat Satur day for Canada for a weok or ten daya vlalt wuu roiativeB, Mhb. Juliettb Bancroft gavo a tea on Monday afternoon at hor houio on Loomls street ln honor of Mlsa Mary Ilibbard of I'lttauoiu, Maaa. Misa Daiby Lowk, stenographer for tho R. 0. Bowers Qrautto Company, went lant uaturuay to xsuw i.oimon, Lionu,, lor a va cation oi two wookb. Tiib banka and tho Kolloce-IIubbard Ll brary were cloaed on Tuesday, Bennington Battle Day. nollday boura were also ob- Borvod at tho post-omco. Likutknant Uoubton Eldhidqe, a ro tlrod Unttod States naval ofllccr, Ia at tbo Pavllion wbllo recolvlng oatoopathlo troat ment from Dr. W. W. Brook. Fredbrick 0. Prbntiss of Now York ar rtved ln town last Wednpsday ovonlng, ac coiupanled by Mra. F. J. Prentlsa, hla moth er, and MIbb Ilurd ot Plttaburg. Mrs. A. D. Farwell gavo a ploasant toa last Tbursday ovonlng at hor homo on Llb orty stroot ln honor of aovoral ladlea who woro formor resldenta of Montpelier. Charles IIawrb a conductor on tho olcc trlc road was tbrown from hla car last Thuraday afternoon and ono hlp was dia located. no haa slnco boon off duty. Mibb Charlotte RorEB la at Lako Morey thia week, wlthl Mr. and Mra. D. D. Davls of St. Albana. Dr. and Mrs. K. Longfollow Cleaves wero tboro ovor last Sunday. Tiib lnfant daughter of Mr. and Mts. Frank Abalre dlod laat Wednosday morn lng of cholera Infantum. Tho funeral waa hold Frlday aftornoon at two o'clock. The annual mootlng ot tbo Woman'a nomo Mlaalouary Socloty, connoctod with Trlnlty church, wlll bo beld thia afternoon at two o'clock with Mra. W. B. Wortblng. Gov. Grout, Lloutonant Govornor Flsk and Secretary of Stato Brownell wero ln town on Monday to Blgn tbo acta paBsod at tbo apecial aession of tho leglalaturo ln May. Mrs. Olivbr Wheelock waa called to Eaat Calais on Monday by tbo death of Merrlck Alnaworth, her fatbor. The funer al is to bo hold tbla mornlng at East Calais. F. II. Merrill of Richmond. Va.. led tho meetlng for mon hold last Sunday after noon ln tho Yountr Men'a Christian associa- tlon rooms. IIls subtect waa "What's ln a namo. Martin IIenley, clerk at tho Montpelier IIoubp. roturned from Richmond on Mon day, whoro ho haa beon for sovoral daya at uio ueusiuo ol Hls inotner. wlio ls atlil aerl- ously lll. At tho adiourned aalo of tho bulldlng of tbo Montpelier Hardwaro Company on Ber lin slde, hold last Saturday afternoon, tho property waa purchased by Edwlu I.auo for gC.OOO, Mna. Minnib Maksii aavo a musicalo last Tbursday at her homo on Loomla stroot in nonor oi Mr. anu Mrs. ll. ll. Hklnner oi Now York and Mr. and Mrs. Edson Peck of Bristol, Conu. An advertlsement baa anneared ln one of our local dallles for several days an nouncing tbat a blll would bo Introduced lnto the comlng aession of the leglslature proviuing lor tno annexatlon oi uerun atreet to Montpelier. Geoucif. T. Archbr has arrauced for a privato dance by twentyflvo couplea of young peoplo at Dewoy Park thia evening. A apecial olcctrlc wlll bo placcd at tho dla- posal of tho party. Miss Adelaide L. Gribwold goea to-day to New York to nieot llarry Dwlght, her nephew, who aaila from tbat clty noxt Sat- uruay un routo lor v onico wuero no ib to enter tbo consular aervico. Mns. J. Edwaiid Wriqht gavo o wbist party ou Tuesday evoniug at her bomo on lialdwln atrcot ln nonor oi Mr. anu Mrs. William Ij. Wbltnoy Jr., of Nowton, Maaa,, who return homo thia mornlng. Thomas Vesper. a member of Comnany B, Second Massachusotts rogiment. who died recently at Santlago, formerly reslded at WrlgbtsviUo. Ho bas ltved lu Sprlng ueld, Maaa., for tbo laat ten yoara. Rememdek tbo Renubllcan clty caucua to do neiu at Armory nall next Monclav evon ing, Auguat 'ii, lor tuo purposo oi piacing in uominatlon a canuiuate lor clty renre sentatlvo in tbo comlng leglslature. Mna. E. E. Androws of Malden. Mass. Mrs. Jauiea Madden and daughter ot Worcester, Maaa., and Mrs. Emma Ilouse and two cbildron of Phlladolphla, are at tuo nomo oi u. ll. iioubo m ueriiu. Box 34 was nulled last Frlday afternoon for a allght tlro lu a pllo of shaviugB near tho stono sheda of U. 11. Moro & Co. Tho blazo was enuelched wltb extlngulshera witnout tno neceasity oi laying tno lioae. The caao of Luko Novea acainat Jobn iiwing, lnvolvmg tno Ueatructlon of a con siderablo amount of (lro worka at hls ahop on the mornlng of July4 1aat, waa sottled laat xnursuay oy Kwing paylng Noyes fel. Alderjien Jangraw. Wholan. and Rich- aruaou, atreet uominiasionor uouerts anu Uverseer oi tno I'oor Wheelor woro at tho clty farm last Sunday afternoon, whero tnoy solected a new placo lor a city uuinp. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Tolleb. who havo bad cbargo of tho boardlng-houao at Mont pelier Seminary during tbo past year, left laat wook lor urauienoro. Mra. ni. a Davia has asaumed tho dutlea of matron at that placo. F. H. Meiikill of Richmond, Va., failod to reach Montpelier in timo to hold aervlces at tne rooms oi tno xoung Men'a Uuristlan ABSociatlon last Sunday aa advortised, It ls expected that Mr. Merrill wlll bo prosent next sunuay. The danco glvon at tho Pavllion last evenlnc by J. Edward Balley was a de llchtful affalr. Altbouch entirelv lnformal ln character it waa well atteuded nnd much enjoyed. Muslo waa furnlshed by Miaa Katberine Hutcblnaon. Green Mountain Seiiinary, at Water bury Conter, will bo agalu opened, thia fall. uuder tho mauagement ot Miss Elizabeth Colley, a veteran toacbor, and one whoao namo ls lutlmately assoclated with the achool. Seo advertlsement. Peter Miller was arreated last weok on a warrant procured by Lewis Barney uarney ciauna tnat alliler owea lilm about S'M for reut. Tho caso wlll bo hoard today betoro Juatico T. J. Deavltt. Miller wbb able to securo ball and waa roleased from custody. The caso of John Bartlott who waa cbarg- ou wuu auowing uis iiens to treapasa on ma nelcbbors grouuds on Barre atreet. waa aettled ln clty court laat Wednosday ovon lng. Jiartlett pieauoil gullty to a fracturo of thia special city ordluanco and was llued, wuu coais, co.ux. Tiib youngor muBlo pupils ot Mrs. Miuulo Maraligavo a muslcal laat ITlday aftornoou, at tho homo of Mrs. Murah on Loomls street. Among tboso wbo took part In tbo proRrammo woro MiBses Kdltli uoborta, llallio Lane, Ethol Roborta, Floronco Wheelock and Edmoud Galalao. A younq son of William Ewlngfell In tbo river xue.suay morning nt uio roar of tlio paint Bbop of D. A. Guptil. Hla mother jumpod lnto tho water aud rescuod tho badly frightouod lad. Fortunately tho wntor was not deep, but tho chlld would liavo porisneu witnout asalatanco. The group picturo ot membors ot Com pauy u, aoiit iy i,ieuteuant Ulaliorn to Thomaa Gisborn. hla father. wlilcli haa beou ou exbibltlon lu tho show wiudow of Alleu's clcar atoro during tho imat week. bas at tracted much nttontlou. It la n wondorfully correct llkonoaa of overy membor of tho compauy, Hkumon, bou ot 0. 11. Moro, waa thrown from bls btoyclo on East Stato Btroot laat Tliursdr.y mornluc by hla whoel Btrlklng stono, Fortunately no bonoa woro brokon Dut tlio lad wna sevoroiy biibkuii un anu brulsed. IIo was takon to hls hoine by Joel Foster and Dr. U. E. Cbandlor atteuded to hls lujurloa, aalo at Ehlo'a book atoro, Mrs. Lavln wlll bo nccompanlod by Luclan Howo, hor brotli er, as pianlstand accompanlBt. Tho Mont pelier orclioatra wlll also aaaiat, Mlsa Ma tiel Forry otOwasso, Mlohtho acoiupllsbod vlollnlat, who has been tho guest of Mra. II. 0. Colton for several daya, baa volunteered her sorvlces. Thomas L. Wood, aaalstant Stato llbra rlan went laat Wednosday to hla bomo ln Randolph for an lndeflulto Btay. Mr. Wood la BUiTerlng from a dlaoaBO of tbo ktdnoys and bls physiclan lnslsted that ho must havo comploto rest for a timo. Erwln M. Uarvoy Ib supplying Mr. Wood'fl placo at tbo Stato llbrary. A commonication from thodopartmont at Washington was recelved last week by PoatmaBtor Sibley atatlng that under a ro cont declalon of the commlBaloners of lntor n al rovenuo checks and drafts for publlo bualnoss drawn by ono postmastor ln favor of anotbor ln hls ofllclal capaclty, do not ro qulro a rovonuo stamp. Arciiie B. Lovett of Warron nnd Miss Moo I. Noyes of tbis clty woro tnarrled last WedncBday morning at tho homo of Mra, H. C. Campbell on Eaat Stato Btreot by Rov. Andrew Gillles. Mr. and Mrs. Lovett wont on tbo noon tralu tbat day to vlslt for a wook at the former homo of tho groom In Warren. They aro to resldo ln Calala. Thb ault of Mrs. Matllda Edgerly agalnst Madam Eloanor Fletcbor lllahop Nlcholas to rocovor S25 claimod duo for wages, waa heard on Monday beforo Juatico T. J. Dea vltt. J. II. Lucla appared for tbo plalntifl ond G. W. Wlng and T. R. Gordon for tho defendant. Tho dofonco la a claim for off set becauso ot board of tho husband of tho plalntiff. Thb Republlcans of Borlin wlll hold a caucua to nomlnatoa candldate for town representativo and justlco of peaco at tho town nan next uaturuay afternoon, at balf past two o'clock. Sovoral nnmoB aro inon tlonod as probablo nomlnees for renre- Bentatlve, among tbem II. B. Wodge, Mar tln w. Wheelock, C. II. Stewart and Clar onco II. Pltkln. Fred Patterson was arreated last Batur- day afternoon at West Berlin by Deputy SberliT Wedge, charged wltb breaking lnto tbo post-offlco and atoro of II. B. Avers at West Berlin last Frlday nlght. IIo was brought to Monlpeller and placed in jall and hla caso was civon a bcarlnr? Mondav and TueBday. Tho hearlng was not con cluded last ovonlng. Charles Gile of Hardwick bas been tbo guest of 11. C. Lull during the past week. mr. uno ib oigiity-tnreo yearB old but Ia re markably activo for a rnan of hls years. During hls oarller lifo ho waa a btage drlver between Montpelier and Ltttleton, N. II., beforo tho days of rallroads. Ho was at ono timo a portor at tho Pavllion under Col. Levi Boutwoll. Thb Central Vermont rallroad wlll sell excurslon tlcketa for the annual pllgrlmago toSt. Anne de Beaupro ou Monday, August 2'J. Tbo routo wlll bo vla Montroal aud Bteamer Three Rlvora. Tho fare for tbe round trip from Montpelier wlll bo Uvo dollara, with equally low rates from all sta tioua on the llne. Tickots wlll be good re turning untll Monday, SeptomberS. Levi Lonqway died on Mondav mornlnir ofcancer of tbo atomach at hls homo ou Court street, aged torty-one years. Ho leavos a widow, one son and one daughter. ueceased was a uative oi ut. Albans anu bad been 111 for nearly four yearB. The fu neral was held on Tuesday mornlng from St. Auguatlne's church, Rev. Fatber W. J. Sulllvan oftlciating, and tbe burial waa in tbe Cathollc cemotery. At a meetlng of tho board of school com- iniHHlouera, beld Monday evenlug In the ofllce of Colouel J. 11. Lucla, tbe chalrman. Mlsa Carrio E. Willey of Montpelier, waa elected to flll tbo vacaucy ln tho High School caused by the reBignation of Mra. Mary L. Reed. Tbo board voted a loavo of abaenco without salary to Mrs. Minnio Marsh from about the middlo of September to tho Thanksglving recess. The horso ownod by Dr. Minnio Mar- shall becamo frlgbtened last Tbursday af ternoon wuilo standlng lu front of Uotel Fullerton on Barre street and mado tblngs Hvely between thero and tbo Montpelier Houso. Tbo animal mado tho threo turna aud roached the Montpelier Houso atablo without damaging tho buggy or Injurlng Itself, wltb the exceptlon ot a alight cut on ono of lts blnd legs where lt atruck a post at the eud of tbe hotol piazza. Dewby Pabk waa the sceno ot adtsgrace- ful affalr last Sunday afternoon when a man uamed Enrlght from Barre and ono Wbeeler from Roxbury encagod ln a vl- cioua prlze Hght, the reault ot a feud of long standing. The nght was wltnesaed by a large crowd of men but no one Interferod, nnd the combatants pounded oacb other untll tbey were unablo to leavo tho park wltbout assistance. The town authorltlea ot Berlin are inveatigating tbo matter. The Denvor Times of a recent dato con. taina an excollent cut of Edgar J. Tuttle. son of Jobn L. Tuttlo of thls clty, accouipa nled by a vory compllmentary notlco of Mr. Tuttle, who la at preaent clty passenger agont of tho unlon l'aciuo rallroad at Den vor. Mr. Tuttlo haa boen with tbe Unlon Paclflc alnce 188G and has credltably Illlod many Important and reaponslblo posttlous. Ho evidently has a brlght futuro beforo him ln rallroad circles. Many Montpelier pooplo wlll bo Inter- ested in tbe aunouncement tbat Colonol J. W. Saint, secretary of clvll and milltary affalrs, aud Miss L. L. Wataon aro to be married next Wednesday, at tbe bomo of tbo brldo ln Nortbwood Narrows, N. H. Mlsa Wataon bas boen a teacber ln tbo pub lic eckool at St. Johnsbury and is held ln high esteem by all who know bor. Colonol Sault is to be ofllclal reporter of the comlng Senate and wlll havo hls brldo with him at Montpelier at loaat a portlon of the timo. The Unlon Mutunl Fire Inaurance Com pany sont out last week Ita twenty-tblrd annual report. With thia roport went no tices of the annual aasoasment, whlch ia onlv four ner cent. tho amallest ln tho last twolvo yeara. xuo uusiness uono uy tins company during tbe paat year has been the jargesi in us uioiury. ib iiita uuw iu luruo premlum notes ot over one milllon dollara, Tho total number of nollcios ln force ls 11,700, a not lncreaso of 910 during tho past year. Tliia company iibb paui iu losses during tbo past year 846,521.41. Auhanqbments bavo been mado with tho R. 0. Bowors Granlto company to glvo a privato clam bako for ladlea and gontlo nien noxt Frlday afternoon at two o'clock at Caledonia park. Prof. Joaoph WlUon of Provldouce, R. I., wlll bo catorer. L. P. Gluason, Jobn P. Adama, R. B. Deunoy ond Frank M. Uorry havo tho matter ln charzo and enouch tlcketa havo boen sold to iusure tho aucceaa ot tho affalr. Tho tablen wlll bo erected ln a largo teut and tho nionu wlll conslat of clam chowder, lobatera, roaat clams, coru aud sweot pota toes. Misses nsLBN Dewey, Ella Balley, Ilar rlet IIuho, Mrs. Pearl Blodcott, Mra, I. 0. Vall and Mra. U. II. Heaton aro dolegutua from the local clrcle of Klng's Daugbters to tho aunual stato oouventlon to bo holil ln Bennington on Weduesday and Thuraday, Sontoinbor7 aud 8. Ono ot tho promiuent Bublecta for dlscusaton at thia couvontton wlll bo the Blnuchterlng of blrda for mllllii ory decoratioua. A petitlon haBalroivdy been put ln circtuaiiou among varioua circiea iu lhiiHtntn whlch wlll bonreBonted to tho com lng leglalaturo asklng tbat a law bo enacted forulddiug Kiiung mrtis lor tma purposo. Tiib comiulsBiotiors In tbo llorllu brldgo caso mot at tho county court houso laat Saturday, whoro they gavo a hearlug on tho lund daiuages tbat wlll follow tho laylng out of tho bighway recommended. TeBtl monv waa takon In tbe caso of C. S, Hub bard and 0. II. Moro both ot whoin wlll bo dumaged to a conslderublo oxtont by the laylng out ot tbo bighway. Atter boarlng all tho teatlmony to bo offered ln these two caaoB. tho cominlasloiiora went lnto ex eoutlvo aeaalon, remalntng bo for several boura. Tbelr renort must bo Illlod by Aug UBt 21) and Obalrmau Staff ord lntlmated tbat lt would probably be sont to County Olork Hmlllo tlio last oi next wook. OOKTIHVU) 0 rOVmTK PASB. Educate Yout4 Sons T In a practical sehoo whcrp the iwrrcti priiicipics in iiic arc incui eatcd. Such an opportunity is olfercd, at modcratc cost, at porwich UniYersityi UETABLISHCD IN 10101 NORTHFIELD, VERMONT. THIS INSTITUTION olfers to all young mcn a libcral cducation on lincs approvcd by lcading educa' tors. It aims to tcach studcnts a practical application of what they study, Dcgrcc of B, S. in Civil Engmcering, Chcmistry and Sci' cncc and Litcraturci B. A. in Arts. A MILITARYCOURSEsccond only to West Point, for all studcntsi thus training thc body as wcll as the mindi gm'ng to young mcn mcthodical habits, physical cn durancc and dignity. THE LOCATION at Northfield makcs thc Univcrsity acccssiblc from all pointsi thc town is oncof thc most hcalthful in Vermont and white posscssing all modcrn con vcnicnccs is morc dcsirablc for studcnts in many ways than thc largcrtowns. Obtain furthcr inr formation and a cataloguc of Rev.ALLAN D.BROWN,LL.D.,Prcs. COMMANDCR U. S, NAVY (rCTIREd), Northfield. Vt. 4 the Green Mountain Seminary -ANI- MINARD COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Waterbury Center, Yt. Tho Fall Torm of Twelve Weeks beglns September 6, 1898. Sis Courses of Study: Preparatory, Engliah Claasical, Collet;o Preparatory, Sciontiflc, Teachers' Cotumercial. ELIZABETH COLLEY, A. M., Prln. Kimball Union Academy, MERIDEN, N. H. This well-known Academy offers srEClAli auvantaoxs to wottby young men and wonien of limited means through ita $100 A-YEAR-PLAN. Its ofliciencv has been recently inereaBed bv tho ercction of new buildings and by eularged nnl niodern fncilities. Young men and jromen fitted for tlio best Colleces nnd Scieutifio Schonla. Attention given to Physical Train ing, iilociuion and Music. Fall Term Will Begin Sept.14,1898 Send for Catalosuo to W, H. CUMMINGS, A. M Prln. THE MTIOML LIFE IHSURANCE CO. SINCE JANUARY 1, 1898, has p a i d its policy-holders $907,713.22 (over $5,000 EACH DAY; adding to its assets in the same period raore than $500,000.00 and writing $6,326,000.00 of new insurance, closing the half year with $78,320,291, 80 of insurance in force. S. S. HALL.UU), Gcucrnl Agont, Opom Houso Illock, Montpelier, Vt. UNION MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company. Notlco of Asscssnicuts. Tbo Directors of tlio Union Mutunl Fire In surauco Company hereby givo notlco that they havo niado nssessnients on nll tlio piemium notes civen by nienibers tbeieof to snid Com pany, iu tho amounts und ou tho datea as fol lows: Pepteinbor 1, 1S97. . .1-1 of ono per centum October 1, 1897 M of ono per centum Novenibor 1, 1897 Wof ono per centum December 1, 1897. . . .1-3 of one per centum Jnuuary 1.189S J-2 of ono per centum Fobrtmry 1, 1898 1-2 of one per centum Mnrch 1, 1898 1-4 of ono por centum April 1, 1898,........1.4 of one per centum May 1, 1898 l-l of ono per centum Juno 1, 1S9S 1-4 of ono per centum July 1, 189J 1-2 of one per centum Juiy 15, 1898 1-4 of ono per centum Making 4 per centum for tho year cndiiiB August Ht, 1898. And the Directors hereby give furtlier notico that snld assrssments are due and payablo to the Treosurer at the oflico of said Compauy in Montpelier, Vt., September 10, 1898. Per order of the Directors, IIAltLAN W. KEMP, Trcaturer.