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VT KMONT WA'ICHMAN & STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY SlTEMBEK, 6,1899.
2 MONTPELIER AND V1CIN111 ZOOAr, JIAVVKS1SOB. Mlss Etliol Blanplnd wlll sall from Ant wnrp for Now Votk Saturdav, Sojitombor 2. Blie ls expected in Montpollor two weeks Jrom to-day. Mlsa Besslo Cary, wlio has been vlsltlng lu Mio clty for bouiw woeka, roturns tn her work 88 teacher of vocal oulture In Knox ColleRO at Galoaburg, 111., on Friday. lt jV. W. A. Davlsou, wrltlng (rom Wor ce' ror, Maas., Btatea Uiat Mra. Davlson hns rtcently aufTerod a rolapse atiil tlio phyal cl iub liave nbandoned all hopo of het flunl reoovory. Tlio Montpelier Ktndorgarton antl traln Ing achool, so Biicceasfully taught by Mlas Amy B. Kiak, wlll opon lta fUteenth annual sesalon on Tueaday, Boptombo. 5, at tlio hoino o( Mlss Kisk, 21 Hubbard Btroet. A rato of 89 for tho round trlp bas boon obtalned for tboao from tbla olty wbo wlsh to attond tbo National Grand Aruiy En catnpinont to be beld ln I'blladolphla next weok. Two tlokets woro Bold tbls uiornlng from tbe Oentral Vermont atatlon. Myron Wllloy was arrested ln 8t. Johns bury on tho chargo of ateallng n team ln Cabot 8omo tlmo alnce and solllDg lt ln I-.lt-tloton, N. II. He was brougbt Into olty court Tbursday and bound over lu n auni of 8800 to awaii tlio action of tlio grand jury. Not fimiishlng ball he waa commltted to jall. D. n. Cilloy was ln town Wednesday wlth tbe blde of a huge bear tbat bo caught Tueadav morninz on Aver's niountaln. about flfty rods from tbe placo wbero be trapped one two weeks ago. Tbe ono canght Tueaday mornlng wolgbed two hnudrod and twenty-five pounda. One of ita fore foet was eono. elvlng ovidence tbat lt bad been ln a steel trap and gnawed off lta foot to eBcape. A. E. Hruce, truatee lu tbo bankrupt eB- tate oi tinmes u. iung oi uarre, nas nieu lila reportB and tbo proceedings wblcb wore rocontly lnstltutod agalnat him by Judgo Whee er hecauso ol lila ilolay lu tlio mattor. havo been siiaponded. Mr. Bruco dld not undorstand tbo lustructlons bo recelved from tbe court and ao falled to properly coinnlv wltu tuem. wiien ABaicnee u Doavltt iuvestigatcd tbe mattor be recom- rnendeu to ttie court tnat air. iiruco to re. lieved from any punlsbment for contempt, Qulte a number from tbls clty went to Barro Wednesday ovenlng to attend tbo bypnotlc exbibltton wblcb 1b being glven tbls week ln tbo Uarre opera house uy oau tltiolll. Tbey wero amply repald for tbeir etlort. bantinelll la an artist in uia proies' slon aud wltb blB class of about twenty-flve volunteers prosented Boma Btartllng aud nicturesnue scenos wblcb wore not con ilued to almplo teat experlnienta 1ml showod ln tuolr Uramatlc lormalion tlio perloct con trol wblcb be bad ovcr tbe entlro class wbtle ln tbo bypnotlc Htate. Tbo houBe which waa well fllled waa kept in a roar turoughout tue evening. s Thlrty-alx yoars ago tbo tblrd day of laBt July, 8. W. Bonjaniin was Btruck in tbo back by a rebel bullet, whlle bo waa lylug on tbo irround juat, aftor tbe fanioua Pickett charee at Gettysburg. Surgeona probed for tbe bullet white be waa in a hoa- pital at Maltimore, uut laueu to locato lt Tbe ball gavo Mr. Benjamin no troublo af tor be recovored untll witbin tbe laat year lt became so palnful on Tbursday tbat bo snuniitteu to an operation, anu uie painiui remlnder of tbo "late unpleaaantneaa" was safely retnoved. It bad worked down fully elgtit lucnes irom tne piace wnere lt enter ed Mr. Benjamln's body. W. A. Shaw, obaervor at tbe Northfield signal station furnishea tho followlng me tt orological tuta for tbe inonth of Boptem her, covorlns a perlod of twelvo year Mean or norinal tetnperature, 56; warmest inonth, ln 1b:u, wltu an averago ol ol"; colil o t inonth, in 1893, wltb an averago of C2j lnibest tempnrature, 90, Septomber 23, 1895; loweat temperature, 25, September 20, 1891; average late of first kllling frost, SiMitetnber 18; avorage precipitatlou, 2.74 in. Iies; greatest monthly preclpltation, G.27 lucbes in 1888; least monthly precipita ttoii, .98, in 1891; greatest amount of precip i'.mon in any twenty-four bourH, 2.37 Jr bea, Sfptember 21, 1888: Averago num l)r of clear days 8, partly cloudy days 12, i'.uily days 10; bigbeat voloclty of wlnda fo y-two rullett an liour, Saptember 4, 1S98. ClirisUnu Endeavorors. The tweuty-flfth annual conventlon of tbe Washington Oounty Chriatlan Endeav or TJnion opoued at ten o'clock Wedneaday in Bethany church. Tbe attondance at tbe flrst seaslon was not large but overy in comlng traln and electrlo brougbt addl tlonal delegates, and the afternoou sessiou saw the church completely fillod. Devotional exerciaea wero led by Rov. G. E. Ladd. At the business Besslon tbat fol lowed various committees wero appointed and the reports of delegatea and of the sec retary and treaaurer were rendered. Mra. Myrtle B. Turner of Berlin was on the programme of the mornlng for an ad dreaa on "The Salient PoiutB In Gommlttee Work," but waa unavoidably absent. A pralsa and prayer servlce at tbe be 'jlnning of the afternoon seaslon was led by Itev. W. P. Jackson of East Barre. Rov. J, J. Goodacre of Berlin, tbo presi dent of tbo TJnion, preslded at tbe after noon sesslon. Rev. (jbarles E, Bertbolf of Boston waa flrat iutroduced. Hla tbeme was "Wltneasiug for Ghrlst," and his re marks woro along interesting aud practical llnea "IIow to Beaurrcct a Soclety tbat bas a Name to Llve," by Mlas Iiydia Ilartig was next on tbe programme. Rov. Dr. Y. S. Hazen of Northfield had for his subject "What Can Our Unlon Do to Secure a Bet ter Enforcement of tho 1'rohlbltory Law?" Dr. Hazon, always an IntereBtlng apeaker, was at his beBt, and bls already well known convictions regardlng tbe liquor trafllc gave to bis carneHt addreas a pocular lntereat. Aftor a hoIo by Mlas Stella Craudall came an addreaB by Rev. E. M. Fuller, tbe Bab tlat pastor at Barre, on "The lteapouhlbil itiea of GitizenBbip," ReportB of commit tees followed, and the Iast addreas of the afternoon waa by Rev. P. P. Womer of Williamstown on "Excuses wemakato God for evadlng his servlce." At tbe close of tbe afternoon exerclses a large number of tho delegatea enjoyed a trolley ride to Barre. Just before the close of Wedneaday after noon'a Besslon of the Washington Connty Ghrlsttan Endeavor Conventlon tbe com- nilttee on nomlnatlona reported a llat of ofllcera and tbey were unammously electea. iney are: rresiuent, uev. u. ii. Ladd of Waterbury: vlce-nresldeut. J. W. Maxlm of Middlesex: secretary, Mlas Mary Grabam of Montpelier; treaaurer, MIbb Jessle nopkluB of Montpelier; auperln tendent of luvenlle work, Mlas Mabel Wlucb of Barre. Mlsa IIopklnB realgned aa truaaurer, and Mlss Myrtio H. Turner of Berlin was olected ln her placo. For the commlttee on resolutlonB, Rev. Dr. W. S. Hazen of Northfield reported reaolutlons ombodylns thanks to tbe Uon. nreL'tttloual Bocletv of Montpelier for tbe uae of the church. tbe cltlzens who bad entertalned delegatea, tbe slngera aud Hpeakers. Tbeao reaolutlons woro unan imouslv r.donted, Tho attcndanoo at the ovenlng servlce was large, notwltbatandlugtholntousoheal. Tbe Binclng by Botbany cburcb ouartette. aBslsted by tbe boy choir, was an enloyable feature, was tbo ttio "Hoar Our Prayer" ty Hiases jessie anu meua uranuau anu Itev. J, J. uooilacrn. Tbe addreaa of tho ovenlng waa by Rov, G. T. Smartof Mancbeater. Vt., on "Ia Life Worth Llvlug." Tho apeakor conaidored tho poasibilttles of conBocrated youug life nnd from IiIb fund ot Intorinatlon and IIUib tratinn drew a vory pleaslng ptcturo of tho worth and power of a ltfo consecrated to the aervlce ot God. Tbo conventlon closou wltb a consecratlon servico ln wblcb a latge nuintter iook part. CARTERS f iver C(l CURE Bick Iloftdacho and rollovoMt tho troubles lncl flent to abllioiis Bttoof tho ajratom, eucb . M DlizlncBS, Nauaca, DrowslnoBfl, DlBtroda aftor catlne. I'ftln lu Iho SMo, ka. Whilo tholr moat romarkatjlo auccoas hna been ehown lu curlng SICK lloatlacbo, yet Cartor's tltllo Llvor Mls aro eaually valuablo ln Conatlpatlon, curlng and pro vontlng thl8annoylnBcomplalnt,whllo tboy aleo correct all dlaorilora of tbo atoinacli.atlmulatB tbo llvor and rcguUto tbo bowela, Evcn lf tuoy oniy HEAD Aobe tlioy wonld bo almost prlceloss to thoso whO suffer from tbla dlatreoslng complalnti but f ortu imlelytliolrgoodtioaadocsnotondhoro.andtboas wboonoo try tbom wlll flnd tbeso llttlo plllaTalu nblolnBomauy waystbattboy wlll not bo wll llng to do without tbcra. But aftor all fllck nea4 ACHE Isthobanoof eomanyllvos tbat berolawher wo malte onr great boaat. Our pllle curo lt wnuo otbors do not. . Cartor'B Llttlo Llvor Tllla aro vcry imall and very caay to tako. Ono or two pllla makoa doao. Tboy aro Btriclly vogetablo and do not grlpa or usotuem. In vialaat25coiits , nvaforjl by dragglata ovory wbero, or eent by mall. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SmallPilL U lon. Mhm Tlio Hurglnry Cnsc. Tbe bparlng in tbe Gouldavllle ImrgHry caao of Statn v. Winlleld llosworth waa coutlnued Wednesday lu olly court aud la now in progreas. V. N. Cook ot Goulds villo and CoiiBtable 15uchuan of Barre wero oxauiined by tbe S'atti whicb roated Iih case oarly tbiH aftenioou. Tbo wltties bbs, OrosB aud Uobbina, wore culmiitted to u rigid croas-axauiinatlon by tbe dfcnBO and D.vid Adams of Gouldavllle, wltb whom Moiworih boarded at tho tlmo of tbo bur glary, waa alao examlned by tbe defenae, Tbe ovidence iutroducpd to-daj was along tbe Batne llne aa tbat at tbo hoartng Mon day. Tho defenae ln tbe cross-oxamlnitlon of Mr. CroHB got an admlsslon from blm tbat be only litoutined tbe cigara amoked by Bosworth f:om bls jQdgment and not from nny uame be ,saw stamped upon tbem or from exaiuinatlon. He also admittod tbat be bad at ono time told Mr. AiIrilh tbat coinB bad beon recelved at hla Btoro from Morrla Locklin wblcb he auapected wero BOiue ot tboae takon wbeu tho Htoro was burglarizod. Tbe closlug scflne in tho Gouldsvillo lmrglary beariug in tbo caae of Stato va Wlnlleld Bosworth waa of a Benaational order. Tho State, in order to impeach one of tbe wltneaHOB for tbe defense, put on tho staud N. J. Gutmau of Bonton. Ue an nouncod tbat bo waa of tho I'iukertou Do tective ageucy and bad been employed by tbe State'a Attomey to try and solvo tbe uiystory whicb enshrouda the burglarles in tbls clty, Northtield and Roxbury, and tbat ho had been at work on tbe caaea for about two weeka. Hla headquartera whilo in tbls vlclnlty are at tho Pavilion. Tbe argu mentB ln tho caoo wero completod about slx o'clock Wednesday ovenlng- liosworth was diacharged by Judge Bmtlie who ruled tbat tbe evidenco prodticed by the Btate waa iusufllclent 'to bold the man. Williniii H. Strong. Willlum B S'rong, formerly president of tbe Atchlaon, Topeka and Santa Pa rall road, and a uatlve of Montpelier, haa re coutly bullt aud proaeuted to the Preabyte rian soclety at hla hom in oloit, Wia., for non-SPCtarlan usca a lieautlful cuapel, coai- lng 83.C00. Mr. Stroug haa also furulsbod tlio imuuing compiete, oven to provming n wltb Binging books. It. was bullt as a memoriat to non. Elislm Gridloy Stroug, his father, once proprietor of the old American Houae lu Montnelier It waa dedlcated "Gridley Chapol." In bls addreis of dedicatlon, President Jamea W. Stroug of Northfield, Mlnu., a brotber of the dnnor. said: Urlilley Dliapel,' lu itseir tue name 18 not attractivo nor euphouious. nor bas it been wldaly known untll brouEht Into such nouoraule promluence by Admiral Uewey's famoua order at Manila on tbat momorablo May-day mornlng of lastyear. 'Ab booii aa ready you may commence lirlng, Captain Grldley.' lloucefortli his la a name pre- Berved, not only lu our family records, but also ln tne navai anuais oi o ir naiiou aa beloncinir to a trua bero. wbo as com- minder of tbe flmshlp, Olympia, promptly obeyed the order, though knowlng tbat lt mlgbt, aa it dld a few weeks later, cost blm IiIb life." Siuce Mr. Stroug rotlred from tbo preBl denoy of tbo Atchison railway ayatem he bas llved nuletlv on bls extenaive estate. Partrliige Farm," at uelolt, anu nas ln- vested large suras ln improviug and do veloping real eatato in tbat clty. Durtng tlio past summer ue liaa ijullt a uanuaomo snmmer home in Brownineton. Vt.. wboro Judge Strong, his father, llved before bb moveu to Montpelier Tlie uelolt f ree rress ol last Alouuay ue votea over ueveu columuB to an account of tho dedfcatlon of Gridloy Cbapel. Tho Wood Art Unllery. The trusteos of tbe Youne Men's Cbrlstlan Absociation have transferred to tbe trua- teea of the Wood Art Gallery the bulldlug, out bulldlnes and lot occunled by tbe asso- ciatlon on State Btreet. Tbe conalderatlon ia $900 in caah and the releaae of tbe mort gage of $17,000 ln ronnd numbers. iiiis iransier wiu maice a moro auvan- tazoouB arrancoment for tbe Assoclatlon, as lt wlll be glven a perpetual leaae of tbe lower lloora, and will avold tho expenBe of enlarelnc tbo nuarters for ibe callery wblcb It la oxpected wlll have to be dono ln the near iuturo. T, W. Wood and J. W. BurgoBs contem- plate rnaking an extended trlp abroad next year. Tbey wlll vlalt the art centers ol isuropo, anu Mr. wooil wiu maice copiea ot famoua painttnga whicb will be added to tbo already large collectlon lu tbe Wood Gallery. It Is the alm of the truatees to make tho local gallery the largest and most compiete of any outalde of Boston and New York. Montpollor may concratulate itsolf tbat it bas been chosen aa tbe depository of mese an ireasures. Tho Flsh Ilatchory. Flsh Commlaaioner Balley, who has ust mado a vlalt to the flsh batchory at Rox bury, Btates tbat tho roport to tho ef fect that tbe now manasement of the Oen tral Vermont rallroad had retused to carry the flsh fry and meat for tho hatehery un der tbo samo condltlons as Uid the late managemont la erronoous. MiuiiiRtu1 Fitz hugb has mado no changu lu tbe mattor ot transportatlon. Tbo arrangoments have to paaa througb tbo channels of ofllclal routl o and tbla ia tbo cauao ot tho delay, Mr. Balley atates tbat tbo new managemont has granted wltb ontlro wllllngnoHs overy ro qneat In bebalt ot the hatehery. Up to the proaent tlmo the hatehery haa not been serlously afTeotPd by tho drouth. Whilo tbo brooks wblcb add to tbo water sitpply aro praotlcally dry, tho hatcbory bas a cold spriug wlilcli furulBbea abundant water. If tbla iIooh not fall, and lt bIiowb no Blgna of falllng tho supply wlll be ubunilant. (Jnino l.invs. Tbo opon borboii for trout llabliig lu Ver mont cloaod Thuraday nigbt nnd tbo gamo Himaon la uow on. Tbo loglHlature nf 1898 mndesoino ltnpor'ant ninondm. nta tn tho lawa rolatlng to tiiuio blrdB nmoug wblcb ato tbe followlnp: St'Ctlon 4,013, Verinont Btatuti'B Is auirjnd od to read tbat no pnrson ahall nt any tlmo "take, klll, pnrcliHs" or rocelve or cbhbo to 1m takeu, klllml, piK haaod or ri'celvod" ti partrldgeor woodcock for tbe purpoae of aalo or dlapoao of tbe aaino for trafllo nr galn. Tbe rnialty for oncb offonso la $10. No poraon la m'owcd to klll moro than tlvu blrds ln ono dnj wltb tbo oxceptlon of wlld duck' Anoiber new lu prohlblis tbo abooting of wlld dlick or g' ca whlle on thelr feed iug grounds liotwoen soven o'clock ln tbo oviiiilng of otm day and flvn o'clock lu tbo niDrnlng of tl.ti next day. Tbo ponalty for vinlatlng tbla law ia ulao S10 Tlio Kyegnto Pnlr, In no placo in Vermont waa tbo dust dei'per or tho heat moro lutense Wednes dBy and Thuraday than it was on Cale donia Park, South Ryegate, wboro tbo olevonth annual fair of tho Ryegato and Widla Rtvor Val'ny Dalrymen'H Aaaocla tlnn was held. Notwfthstitudlui! tbo dls- comforts tho people were tbero in large numbors, tbe exhiblts wore most creditable aml tlio fair was very uiuch of t auocoBa. Il is not withlti tbe nrovluce of tbls re nnrt to mentinn ln diall tbe exhiblts ln the dilTerent dopartmentB, nor tho premlumg awarded. but ratber to lot down such thlog-i aa came uuder the reporter's eyo Tliuradav afternoon. Tho Marablle il Uornet liauil, ira u cu- nn lnader. waa nreaent both dayH aud ren di-iod a cboice and varlod programme eacb iUv. Fnr a baud tbat bas comparatlvely lltilo practlce. and for ono tbo metnbera of u blcb aru somowhat Hcatterod. it la a cred itablo organlzatlon botn to its loador aud to t.liH tnnrn ln wlilnb ino', of lta iHHinburs re- aido. Leader Ed-on aud bl.i mon are look- iiK towarda Monipoller for JUowey Uay, anu i iini il t, bnv r.ome t non. eiitier uy apeciai in- vlitlon or be (-out by tbo puldlc-splrited zina of Marshfield, no one ln washing ton county will liave ro.iiou to bo asimmuii of them. The oil curs of tho fair tbls voar aro aa follows: Geueral stiperiteudont, U. M. Cor- liss, Ryegate; stiperlntenuentH ot uepari- mcuts: llorsoa, Georgo II. Rolnn, bou'li Ryi-gate, George w. Darling, tjoutu itye- gate; cattle anu uairyetorK: a. a .niuor, Wows Kiver. li. r. uaney, aouui ityfgaie sheep and swine, A. II. Glbtou, S .uth Rye gate; poultry, O. H. RentrHW, S mtb Rye gate; agricniturul, geuoiul, W. 1'. McLtm, Ryegate, Iivea Uiinnan, aouui uyegaio; BRricultural, boys' doparlmeut, Georgo Taiiay, Siuth Ryegate, Albert Wrigbt, Si uth Ryegate; maple products, bouey and butter, W. L. Gilllllan, South Ryegate, C. L. Adams, South Ryegate; floral ball, Mlsa Jeaunle Uall, South Ryegato, Mra. L. T. Balley, South Ryegate; raecbanlcs ball, V fiibsou, South Kifgatn; nnrsbal. Y. D. Nelson; cliief of pollce. A. D, Grant; grouud rentB, Goorge Cochran. No lntoxtcating urinKa oi any kiuu woro allowed aold on the grouud, and an order- Iv nrnwd waa the result. Jfaklrs also wero oxcluded tbls year, auil mnch hard earned money tbat woulU otuerwiae navo gone 10 them remained in tbo pocketB of tbe fariu ers' boya. A merry-go-rouud dld an 1m- menso buaiuesa both days. The receipta averaged over $15 an bour eacb day, during tbo tlmo tbe gatea open. rOOLTKY. The oxhlbit of poultry waa not largo. F. W. Smitb and David IFisk had soino flne turkeys on exhlbition, W. J. Suiith sbowod Honduraa fowls, A. H. Glbaou, Plymouth Rocfes, and Mra. C. B. Fisk, ducka. A snleud d oxhlbit of harveatlng ma- chinery was mado by Terry & George, tho well known soutn uyegate uoaiera. FLOIiAL HALI.. A now and commodloua floral ball Iihb been bullt tbls seaaou, tbe teut tbat haa so inauy yearB served for tbat, parpoao baving been Ulsciruod. to enuuioraio uu ine oxblblts under tbe roof would reiiuire a column of space. Deapi'o tho droutb the abowlng of vegetables of all kinda waa aa large aa In lormer yoara. J. F. uuiion oi Montpelier, devoted one cornor of tho building to an exbiblt of pianoa and organa, and ovldeutly dld a thriving bualnoss. The fancv butter from the Jeraey H I creamory at Ryegate, und thatoxhlblted by Mra. (J. J. Nelson anu otliera attractoit no little attontiou. The departments devoted to exhiblts by the ladles, tbe boys and tbo girla, wero crowded witb lntereBted spec tatorB. 81IKUP. A Shronabire buck owned by David Fiak aud a Soutbdown buck by George Cochran compoaud tbo total exbiblt in the sheep pens. SWINR. Only two entriea were noticed. Y. D. Nelson showed a White Chester aow and plgs and i. A. Carleton of Marshfield ex blbited a White Chester boar. CATTLB. II tbe sheop and swine ontrlea wero few the abowlng of cattle mado up for tho form er meager dlaplay. Amoug tbe cattle pens wore notlceu scores oi larmera anu tneir wlvea. comnarlnE! tbo eood polnta ln the herda sbowu, tboreby gainlng mutual bene- 1H. David F!ak bad aome sleeu: JeraeyB on exhlbition, and Frank H. Pago of Ryegato entered several prlze Holstiens. Amoug the other exhibltorB were: Bull calves, Mra. O. J. Nelton; herd flfteen cowb, Nel boii Park; auother flne herd of dalry cowb, Harry Glbsou; fat oxen, Davld Flsk; traln ed steers, S. A. Carletou and Hueh Peach; workiug oxen, O. II. Smlth, Marshfield ; thoroughbred bulla, Harvey Glbsou, Davld Fisk, Willlam Boue, and F. B. McCall; thoroughbred GuernBey bull from tbe Wy man imported stock at Wayland, Mass., Mrs. E. G. Mlller; yearllng Jersey bull, T, W. Smitb; tboronghbred Jersey cowb, 8. A. Carleton. HOI1SBS. Caledonia County 1b always in tbe lead for faat borBoa, and whlle the condltlon ot the track prevented any faat tlmo being tnade, tho general exnluit ot norses waa tbe best ever seen on Caledonia Park. Among tbo oxblblts were noted a stalllou and three years old colt by W. J. Smlth; farm teams by Georce Cochran aud J. R. Darling: "Qllllg," owned by J. Henry Llbben of Barre: "Reatlea8," the Uno atepper owned by C. E. 8bepard of Marshlleld' and tbe pacer, "Molly Town," entered by G. F, Knlley ot Marshfield. : In tbo 2:30 racea Tbursday alternoon there wero tbreo entrles, "Hopo So," by A G. Weoks of South Barre! "Aral," by lt. by warra shampoos wlth Cotiodiu Soxr, fol lowod by Ilght dresalngs wlth Coticura, pur cst of emolllents aud greatest of Bkin curca. Tbls treatraent wlll cloar tbo scalp and halr of cruata, scales, and dandrulf, soothe irri. tatod, Itchlug aurfaces, etlmulato tbe halr folllcles, supply tbo roots wlth onergy and tiourlahment, and produco luxurlant lustroua balr wlth clean, wboleaome acalp. Boii tTtrjnhMf. Port.BU.ii.uC. Co r . Boli TroM. FALLING HAIR RESTOREO You May Need "Potin-KiUev For ACCIDENTS Cuta Burns Druloos Wounds, &.C., &o. lt gives instnut rclief mul curoE quickly. Iu caao of sudden illnest Cramps Dlarrhcoa Dysontory nnd All Bowcl Complalnts it Is n buio, Bafo and quick romedy. Tbcro's ONLY ONE "Pcn'mKiUeY v porry Davls. 'QT Two alzea, 2,"c. and 60c. Satnplo bottlo niailcd r (Mcntlonth!apner.) V. Jayuos of Ryegate, aud "Realless," by 0. E. Shepard of Marshfield. Thls raco waa not completed when tbo Jouunal re porter left tbe ground. Tho green raco was won by "Baby Ruth" owned by F K. Klttrldgo, tho threo mlu uto raco by "Gllllg Jr.," eutered by G. W. Jobnaton of Barro, and tbe three year old raco by "Vlvlan," owned by Frank White of Woodavllle. Tho three best town teams wero ahown by Georgo Corllsa, Y. D. Nol aou of Ryegate, and Joaeph McLim ot Topsham. The flrat, promlnm for atalllonB and foala waa awarded to G. W. Darling, Becond to W. J Smitb. For best mare and foala,' llrsfpromium wHiit. tn W. .7. Smitb. aecond to J. Paco. R. F. .Tavnes took flrat for fonr-vear-old colta. Iu tbo tbroe-year-old class, flrst pre mltim went to R. F. Jaynes, seconil to F, J Tewksbury. tblrd to W. J. Smlth. For two-year-oldB, Hngh Peach was awarded flrst, Robert Wormwood Becond, aud G. D Nelson tblrd, whlle In tbe yearl lng clae.s the flrs' went to 0 II. McCltiro, HBcond to W. .1. Smlth, thlrd to Hugb Peach. J. R. Darling waa uwarded flrat for farm toama and Mra. E. G. Mlller, aecond. Much lntereat contorod ln tbe gents' drlv ers. CharleH Gtennleaf of Newbury took flrat, F. H. Klttredgo of Woodsvllle secoud and T. W. Smitb thlrJ. Tbo premlums for roadstora went to Wal tor I'belpa, OharleB Qreenleaf and Olarnnce Mo AlllBter respectively. Walter Pbolpa took flrat for matched palrs and Willlaui Thompson for beavy uraft boraes. For llght dratt horaoa Leonard Hood took flrst mouey and for tbo llgbtest draft horses tho judges gavo first to O. H. Renfrew. Mauy other anlmala and exhlblta. equally noteworthy are not specially mentloned for lack of space. Tho fair waa a buccobs and the largo recelptB will enable tbo ofllcera to pay all premluma promptly. Tbe Mont pelier and WellB River rallroad put on an extra traln servlce and bandled tho crowdB safely and oxpedltlously. Story of Dcwoj. S T. Crano, boii of tho W. W. Crapo of Now Bedford, Mnas., and ono of tho youngest rnilroad nianugora in the United States, romnrked that one win- tor whon he was a hoy no spent some titnc in Washington with his father, who waB a member of Congress from Ma38achu8ctts. "I was," he said "mueh intereated in boats, of courae, and, liko aorao othor boys, I used to aak all aorts of questionB. Ono day I aaked tnv lathor about 'catDoats.' j. couiun't seo why they shouldu't call them 'dog- boata' or 'horaoDoata' or DiraDoata,1 "Mv father looked at me a moment when I aaked that nuestion and then suggeated that I propound it to a rath or quiet lookmg centleman whom we had ofton tuet through tho winter, waa known to bo connected with the navy and iuat thun waa civing his chicf at- tention to tho ngtitnouBO ayatem oi tne Atl'.mtic coaat. 'Well, ho listoned to ray queatiou pationtly onough, but his auswer waa far from aatiafactory. Not to put too flne a point upon it, ho turned it down, though uot diacourteousiy. I was afraid had annoved him. Maybolhad. Any- way, I'd stumped him by asking eomc thiug he couldn't anawor on tho mo- mont anybody, evon a boy, can put hard queationB, you know. Uut the nueation didn't stump tne navy man portnanontly by any meana. Two or three daya later no nauueu me soverai pages of cloaely written manuacript, compilcd from varioua authoritica, from whieh 1 learnoU tnat neariy ev ery languago 8poken by raankind con taina a namo for a boat built aomc what aftor tho Btyle of tho craft we call a catboat, that in all caees lliis namo is taken from tho cat, and that the reaaon for so calling it liea in tho faet that its movomentB in the water aro quick liko a cat'a. HiB air when ho iravo mo tue manu scrint was moro cracious than whon askod him the qucstion, and alonir with it was an indeacribable something which ahowed nlainly that ho waa re lieved to flnd ho waan'l to bo downed that timo. at leaBt bv a boy. "Soon after Admiral Dowoy had wiped out Montojo's fleet my father reminded mo that tho horo of Manila and tho man who told mo why the cat boat was so named woro ono and the samo." Thoro Is a I'arallol. Concornlng tho McKinloy AdmiuiB tration in tho year 1899, tho New Fork Evening Post remarka: "Hardly any Admlnlstratlon in onr his tory has been Bubjected to such a 11 ro of complalut, romonstrance, and reproof. Nor haa the attack been conflned to tbe opposi tion preaa or to leadors of tbe party no lon ger lu control of tbo government. It has appeared agaln and agalu in lnfluentlal party organs and ln addressos aud inter vlews by Republlcan leaders." Head tholifo of Abruham Lincoln by Ilay and Nicolay, nnd you will flnd that ho endured an oven sharpor firo of critlciam from quartora aimilar and for aimilnr rcasons; becauao ho waa going too faat, bocauBO ho wns going too bIow, becauao ho kept his onr to tho ground to catch tho rumblo of popular aonti ineut instcad of having a policy of his own, and all tho rcst. Now York Sun. Dr. E. Dotchon's Antl Dliirollc. May bo worth to you moro than 8100 if you havo a cbilil who hoiIh beddlng from inconti nence of water during sloep. Curea old nud young allke, It nrresU the trouble at once, Sl. Bold bv Harry A. Slado, druggUt, 10;;btato street, Montiielter, Vt. (ravo Slluntlon. Tacoma, WubIj., Aug. 80. Tho hieamor Tncoma which arrived to-tlay ttotu tbt Orient brings tho nowa thut j.iratcs recoiitly mndo a raid upon tho si'k distnc' of Saichiu, and tho pcoplo there nr- .iK'itatiug Ihu bUbstiiuUuti of U ilih for Chitiobo aulhoriiy. Tho coiidltiou of tho two Kwniig provincts haa now for aevcral years beon dlsor dcrly and general inpccurity both oa to l. e atid rop lty Imb for lotig timo bocti foll by ii p'lritoti of tbo pcoplo h-.vintr nnvthlne to Uinc Pir cira on tho wmcrwiijB, uriuud lubbtio lu the u. unlry nt.d ralds by batiditii cvou ln tbe lurgo towns, hvo now bccnmo con stnnt, nnd crlminnls, wosing bolder w ih puat Rticcca (ul veninres, now cnriy on tluir opiralions undor tho vi ry noacs of tho cuiet oiuoiuia. itic cxteneion of tho piratea' operatlons to v- jsela oti tho Wu. rivor llylug foreieu iKigs is llkely, howover, to bring tho c.iiidltion of the iirovinccs promptly bcforo tho foreign powers. The Emnoror of China, Ilwmitr IIsii, U now pr'iviflod wiih tluoo mcalsaday, ut eaoh of which he is given only two UiiHis of vcgctabtes i pd a small bowl of i'ce. It is even auaptcted tbat an at letrapt iB bciug mado to Htarvo him and muko hisrnajesiy evuu wcakcr than he hw beon. To n confldutial eunuch his mniestv reoeullv fauid: "Mv reBtora tion to power is onlv b qucstion of time, honcc 1 Btu oi.ly 'oo u xioua to tnaiu- tain my hoalth nnd bidomy'lmo. am only afraid that tho one or to traitorous minihti rs who hnto mo muy bv their uinebi la'lonn succt'cd ln tlo atrovins mo, nnd I have uo menna of coiinteractlnti their trmcfiery." lleport has just come of a 8orioU8 riot iu Uhineso I hihet at a ninco callcil I'aao An, 130 inilc-t over tho bord r from Kansu. Tlio Chritiftti Mlssion ary wlii.i'110 uus hod a ntuiiiti thore fnr about two vears, and Ihia has beenni tneked aud looted bv tho Tmbotatii. Tho misBii n.tries, the Ilov. Geort'O T. Shitlda und wite, with Mn-. McUeth, tmre'y escaiittl witb their livt-s to La- - cho whcre tho China inlnnd miaait'ti has worktra. Tnia party o' inissiou aries letl cuiitral China in tho fall nf ast venr ,ind had conacquently not been ut I'aao more than a few month . Tho niuivca hnd fhown thotuaelvea ritther tro"bl( -u uf :iud to make mn' tei8 worao, the Chineao ofllciBla, on being nppealed to, rofuaed to hclp tho miaaionaries nnd no doubt tlic not waa largely dtio to ihuir action Old llomo Wcck. Concord, Sent. 1. Concord had the biggeBt ehow and the greateat timo in its history yeatorday, and from begin ning to ond it carried out ita arrange monts for its Old Home Weok celebra tion with wonderful auccesa. Pilgrims came iu great numbors, and tho State poured into Concord thou sands of viaitorB. The decorations were lavish. "They couldn't havo done moro if Dawey hiraaelf wore com- jng," " nnwl -i viQitnr. I hnn thnrn wns vanoty. Of course, tho uational colorB predominoted, but tho selection did not atop witn tuom oy any mannor oi means. In fact, vanoty was tho key noto of tho day. lt was an Old Home Week affiir, to begin with, but the aong wasu't accompanicd ou any harp of one atring. Tho Concorditea had out tho band and playod the tuno with all vanationa. They liad paradea nnd patriotiam, racea and recentions, ball garaoa and open air comcdy. And iu the evening they wound up tho jubilation with a splontlid hreworks aispiay, SUSPICIONS NOT VERIFIED. BnerlUh Yoath Wlio ICnerr Uoiv to Tnrn IVonmn'ji Cnrtoalty Into Prollt. Ono mornlng the other week a lady Uving ln Duhvlch answered the bell to fliid a bulky boy, with an lnnocent red face and large, flapplng ears, Btandln on thc steps. He explained that he wantcd to eee her husband, and she an wered that her husband had left for hla ofBco, "I'm the boy who sweeps out all the offlceB ln the building where he ls," cald tho boy, as he backed down the steps, "and thls mornlng' I found a let- ter ln the waste baslcct. "Well, you can leave lt," she replled -I I think I hadn't better," he half whlspered, as he showed the plnk en Telope. Boy that ls boy, lct me see that lettcr," she aoid oa ahe advonccd and extended her hand. "Oh, 'twouldn't bo 'rnctly rlght, ma'am, 'cause I know he'd glv me a hlUlng." "Look here, boy," nhc Bald, as she folt lu her pocktt for tho half erown ileft to buy ooffee and tea that mornlng, "you take thls, gtve me the letter, and don't Boy a word to Mr. Bmlth about flndlng lt," "I don't belleve lt Is much of a let 'tcr," ho remarkcd. 'TJever mlnd, hand lt oven here'a jronr moneyl" "P'raps there haln't a word of wrlt lnrMn lt, ma'am." "Here, glvo me the letter; now go" Sho took it and entered the house, ond the boy wlth the flapping earo flew 'down the Btreet llke a cannlbal going to dlnner. In about 40 seconds the woman came out, looked up and down the Btreet, ond the expresslon round her mouth vras not happy and peaceful. The boy had seemcd to doubt that there was any wrltlng inslde the en rolope, but sho was not qulto prepared to tcar lt open and flnd a typewritten dooument commenclngi "Whereaa, default having been made ln the con dltlons of a ccrtnin mortgage," ete. She wants to hold just ono moro Intcrvlew wlth tho lud. I'curson's Weekly. iti:i,n:i' in six liotiits. Distressing Kidnoy mid Illadilor Disoivso ro lieved iu six houra by "NltW GltKAT South Amehioan Kiiinkv Cuitlt." It ia u great sur priau ou account of Its exoeediug pi-oinptness in relioviiig pain in blnddur. kidneys and back, iu iurIh or female. lteliorea reteiition of wnter almost immciliately , If you wnnt quiok relief and curo this is tho renicdy. Sold by Harry A. Slado, druggiat, 10 Stato strcet, Montpelier, Vt. Vermont Xcwst Esux Jutictlon aaw its full ahow of ex- cltomont Tuesday nftnrnoon when tbe local omcera arresteil lotir trainpa on a charge ot burglary. Tbo boboea had broken Into a store during tbo tilght nnd woro approbond ed by tbe authorltloa They woro brougbt oeiore court Tueaday. Two of tho prlsonera woro hold for tbo aupreme court undor tho trutnp act and committod to jill. If was during tho trial mai ono oi tno trampa startod thu exolto tnont. H t'acnpod from tbo court room, and aftor gnttlug out closed tbo door and tlirned tllU lock. tbllM innkltiir tlm nnirnrn. juHtlco nnd lawyers prlsonera. Ho thoti maue a Droak for tbe ral road vard and boarded an outbound frolgbt traln. Tho lnmat.tis of tbo court room wnrn rnimn t.lmn In tnaklng thelr oscapo. but after forclug tlieir way out, lnatitutod a soarcb for tho fugltivo. After a long chaie tho tramp was rocapturod, and Ib now ln all wlth bls com panlons, Domcstlc Norrs. SAN ritANCisco, Aug. 29 Moro ro crulta are being preparcd for transpor tation to Manil'i. The I'ucbia will aail to-day with 050 Tho Warren will leave on September 1 wlth 1,200 and the Uoiumbla wlll lenve nbout boptem. ber 6 with 800 more. This wlll nracti cally cloar the camp of caatiala now at tho I'reaidio and wlll probably includo ono rogimcnt of tho four uow on tho way hero from tho eaat. Tho govern ment haa chartered auother British stenmcr to carry troopa and aupplica to Manila. This makcs ten tranaports thut will bo tcady to leave within tho next forlnight with two more duo from tho 1'hilippincB, which will leave agaiu for Manila aa eooti aa they cau be oquipped. ZANKSVir,r.K, O., Aug. 30. Tho Detnocrutic Stato conventlon closed to night aftor day of drnmatic acenes. Jolin R. M 'Le-in was nomiuaicd for govcrnor on tno tirst oai ot. Tho con ventlon waa much of tho time beyond tho control of the sergemr-at-irma and his oasistauts. Tho namo of Hryau waa cheered wb.ene.ver it waa mentloned. Tlure wero dfciuons ratious over free ailver and impnriuhs-tu and anti-boaa-iam. Tho Cbieasjo plutform waa de chred good en ugh for 1900 aud waa ndopted without change. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 31. Twen- ty thouaand people went wild with excitement at Chnrter Oak Pnrk thia afternoon when Star Pointer broke the track record, and, without slip or brenk, paced a tnilo in two minutes fl.it. Lat aeason this horao mitle a record of 2:00 ou tho eamo truck. Dave Mc- Clary drove i'otnter today. he was auled hy two runuing liorsea, one go ing to the half and both cotnirig down the Btretch eithcr side of tho pacer Tli timo by quarters 1:30J 2:00. was 30, 1:00, Washington, Aug. 31 Ilon. II Clay Evaus, Commisaioner of pen bioub, isaued today his annuul report. It bIiows that dufing the year thoro wero added to the penaiou roll 40,991 names, and 43 18G were dropped, 34,315 of these by reaaon of (ieath There waa expenued lor pensiona S138.355.052 Tho pension roll amounts to 131,017,961, being 049, 490 more thun it ever was betoro. Foreign Ncws. Phktouia, Somh Africn, Aug. 30 Eventa havo takon au alarmin luru. Greut Hritain nt tho request of the Uitlander council hus enlarged the original demands of Sir Alfred Milnor, Britiah high commiaaioner, and ia adopting the viow ot Cecil llhodcs that Pretident Kruger will never withstand au ultimatum. I hnvc, howevcr, high authority for asaerting that President Kruger, the Vo.karaad and the ution wi 1 unitt-dly resist an uncoudilional domaud for giviug effect to tho Milnor prorumme, but will concede rofonns on ihe con lition already reported. CONCERNING DRESS. Boma Late Kiincle That Have MBIO PopilIOT ITltll FollOlT- ra of the Fashlonii. Extra wide tulle vells have dots over the half of the vell which goes over the face, the other half of the vell being of extra wldth, plain and covers the bat aa a rantter of protcctlon. Brlght plnk, blue, red and white tles, eaoh a solld color, are selllng for 50 cents a dozen, and the women who look at them say they are "sweet." With the bright colore that are worn thls year, they can be worn wlth all plnk, blue, red or white sults with good effect. Pretty and satlsfactory corset covers, ln that they take up very little room and flt snugly, are of undervest material, the finer ones of sllk, cut- wlth Equare neck or polnted back and front. The whole upper part of tho polnted ones ls of open work ln the material, with In sertlons of lace gathered on top of the shouldr and tied wlth little ribbons. ln some of the corset covers the bust is composed ntirely of polntde esprit. A oharmlng eff-eot In color ls produced ou a white tea gown or negligee, which ls trlmmed wlth black lace, by putting a blt of colored sllk under the ccnter of the flower ln tlio pattern. One of theso pretty garments haa a flchu effect, the flchu having long ends hanging Btraight half way to the hem of the sldrt. Around the edge of this nnd at the head, on tho cdge of tho mflle, on the two ends of the ruffle, ln the neck and sleeves 1b ap pllqued black lace of a marked pattern. Under the centers of the flowers of thls lace, which are about as large as a quar ter of ndollor, ls put a little plece of roso sllk. The effect ls somewkat orltntal, and it gives a little touch of color to the gown that makcs lt becomlng, and which has to be seen to be appreclatcd. It is a hlnt which can be carried out In many ways. The original Is, of course, French. St, Louls Itepubllo. Uuta off to Gon L'trd Kitchenor of K'lurtoum for hla handcomo tributo to u enorgy, abillty nnd rcsourcca of tho Vankeo as shown in tho completion of .h" Atbora bridgo in tho hcnrt of Af r cT in Ihe hotteat pnrt of tbe. ycnr. II rithl, Hoston. Kodol Dyspcpsia Cure Dlocsts what you eat." DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. law a Yonnir Smnrt Mi Vomt b WM- Ker TbroutrU Hla Oyrn Bcnlr Trlok. There Is onc young man In thls elty who wlll not be bo freah In the futur when lt comcH to bettlng wlth the fair nx. He was fllled wlth an apprccla Uon of his own judgment, and one day lost week announced toayoung womon that Yale was suro to wln the football gamc agalnst Harrard. It happened that the young woman wns a Harvard enthuslast, and she promptly called the tnrn, offerlng to wnger that Harvard would prove the Ykrtor. A box of candy was suggestcd for a woger, but thls was seorned by the young man, who perBisted that lf he was to bet he deslred lt to be for stake of Bome consequencae, and proposed that she wager 100 cholce elgars againBt a new dress. Thero are rensons for be lierlng that he thought she would not be equnl to the emergeney, but he was sadly dlsappolntcd, for she acceptcd the wager. Of couree, she won, but tho funny part of the story remains to be told. The young man vlsltcd one of the dry good s stores and secured samples of drer,6 gooda from whloh the fair wln ner could Belect. Tho prlcca ranged from 7fl cents to $1.25 ayard, nnd know lng the dlsposltlon to select that which oost the most, he detennlned upon a very oute Echeme, or, rather, a Bchcme which looked very cute at the time. He carefully attoched prlce tags to the samples, marklng the lower priced goods 81.25 a yard nnd the $1.25 samples 75 cents. Chuckling at his sharpness he presented the material for selection. A little later he went arotind to hear the decision. "I llke that piece of cloth," said the young woman, picklng up one of the pleces marked up from "5 cents, "but Uils one Is such a bargaln that 1 thlnk I sluill take it. And be Bldes," she ndded, "lt wlll let you down easier." What he said was not intended for her cars, btit ho purehased the $1.25 goods, marked down by himself to 75 cents, but still sold by the merebant at the original price. Brooklyn (Mass.) Knterprise. OVERFLOWING PIES. Precuutlunn to He Olncrveil to Ire rent Tlil rnniinon An nurunce. The season of fruit pies to many households ls a season of vexatlon caused by overflowlng pies, whose julces, in spite of every known precau tlon, refuse to remain In the crust. In those old-fashioned dnys when our prudent Engllsh nncestors baked thelr pies ln deep crusts, which they deslg nated by the uncanny name of "cofllns," there wns no opporlu nity for pies to overflow. The motlern eplcure, however, dcmands that frult pies shall be shnllow, and assert that thick ple is not n pie at all, but a "cobbler." There are several precautlons to be observed ln sealing up a ple which is made of fruit. If those are nll attendcd to, the annoy ance of having a pie overflow will be avoldcd. First, pile the frult, whether berries or sllced apples or peaches, ln a sWghtly pyramldal form ln the cen ter, leaving a rim vacant next the bor der or crust for the juice to run into. Seal the covcr of the pie closely after slashing lt well to allow the steam to escape. In tho case of an npple ple, whieh is one of the most dlfllcult pies to bake without the juice overflowlng, it should be baked In very deep tlns twice as high as the ple. Sometimcs a round hole is cut ln the center of the ple and a funnel of stiff writing paper is fitted into this hole. The juice of the pie in that case boils into thls fun nel. When It is baklng and when the ple Is done nnd it is removed from the oven it flows baek into the pie. When the ple is cooled this paper funnel can be removed. No water should be add ed to frult or any liquid, except a table spoonful of nlce cider vlnegar, which Is added to correct the excesslve sweet ness of huekleberries or raspberrles. N. Y. Tribune, Tnrklah Snlnd. I'ut a plnt of cold baked benns In the salad bowl. Slice two small onions flne, pour over them n little cold water, nnd press with the hand to extract the strong tnste. Add the onions to the beanB, together with two fresh toma toes sllced thln. Season with saJt, pep per, oil and vlnegar or lemon, to taste, tosslng with the salad fork untll the dressing Is all through the salad. Dec orate with n border of lettuce leaves and a rlng of olives, and set on the ice untll ready to serve. Y. Tribune. Dnte Crenni Ple. Bake a slngle rlch crust In a deep ple plate or tln, which is bctter, pricking lt thlckly to prevent rislng or blistering, To each eight-inch ple plate nllow iy3 cupfuls of stoned nnd chopped dp.tes, mixed with suflicientsweetened and fla vored whlpped creara to fill. Cover the top with merlngue browned lightly, and when cold dottcd with bits of bright red jelly. This is as good ns it looks. Houscwlfe, Gooaeberry Caatnrd. Stew one qunrt of gooseberrles ln half a plnt of thick sirup untll they are qulte soft; press them through a sleve, nnd then put them into an ngnte stewpan, and ndd aoaked gelatine in proportlon to three-quarters of a tablespoonful of grnnulated gelatine to each plnt of pulp, anrl stlr tintil dissolved. nemove from the flre and turn out to cool; add a few drops of green colorlng and, when cold, but not set, stlr ln half a plnt of Btlffly whlpped creom and pour at once Into n mold. St. Louls Globe Democrnt. When you oau not sleep for' coaghlng tako Chaiuberlaln's Cough Keuiedy It always glves prouipt rollef. It is tnoat ex nellent for oolds, too, as lt alds oxpeoora. tion, reliovea tbe lungs and preventa any tKiidcncy toward pneumonla. Kor Balo by C. Olakely.