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VERMONT WATCHMAN & 8TATB JOIKNAL WFDNESDAY, JULY 11 1900.
MONTPELIER AND VIG1NITY. LOOA, llAl'l'HNINaS. Mrs. llarry Lowo haa rutuniod Itom Now Yotk and has openod ber liomo on Maln streot. Bho woa accompanloil by Mra.J. Warren Balley, lior mother. Mr. anil Mrs. Gllmnti B. Dodgo qnlotly colobratod, un Weduoaday, the fltty-third uuuiveraary ul thelr tnarrlago, at tholr rooixis ln Lawronco bulldlng. Savnuol Ghandler has docded hla (arm ln Borlln to Uoward Ilaydon of Watorbury. Pilce, S2.OO0. Tbo Bale waa mado through tbo D. A. Perry real ostato agoncy of Barro. T. J. Koegau after an bour's fiahlng at tbe tnouth of Dog rlvor Woduesday aftor noou capturod a prize in tbo forin of u tront wblch tlppod the scalea at two and ouo fourth poumls. Mrs. T, S. Bropby und Mlss Corlune hwo, lier niece, ure Bpondlng n fow weoka nt Contcr Ilarbor, N. II.. before golng to York Benc.li. Me. Mr. Brophy wont to Oon tor Ilarbor Fillay to remalu ovor Bunday. Mrs. Iloiner C. Hopklns foll TkursdBy ovoniug at lier bomo 011 Spiini, .rool and fractared lior blp. Bhe was altouiptlng to riso from tbu tnble wlien lior (aot caught in lior drosa und she fell benvlly to tbo lloor. Warren E. Holinea of thls clty disting- ulshod lilmBolf at Burlington on tbe Fourtb Bs a ulcycio racer, oarrytng oll ttio litBt irrizo. an S18 dlaniond. ln ouo race and socond prlzes of a $G droaa ault caao and a 5JH watch in two otber rucos. A nuuibor of tbo labaring uion tn tlio city are unxlous that ibo Kell'jgg-IIubbard Ll brary shall bo kopt opeu from two to llve o'clock Suuday uftoruoou. They are cou sidorlng ibe ndviaab'lUy of pe.itloniag tbe truatoea lo grant tbla coucosaion. A ratd for contrabaud iutoxicants waa conducted eenorall.v in Barre Tuosday and thorpHult was a ber famino tbere Tbe telegrath wtres wore kopt bot tbat nigbt lt 1b said and on ihe rnorniug of tbe Fourtb lt ib tcpoueu lliat a couslgument oi twocar loads oi bbor wero recolved at Barre. Tlio eloetric rallroad broko ull rocorda on Wednesday, not excepting Dowoy Day last Octobor. Otrer 14,000 farea woro colleotod yoaterday, eura wore nioved pruetlcally on tlme. and no serioua accldonts occurred. Tbia 1b a rocord of whlcb Biiperiutendent Andrua aud tbe men nuder bim are justly prouii Arcblbal Eblo, brotborof George lt. Ehle, who haa visited in Montpelier auveral tlmea, had one foot crushed uudor au olectrio car wheel at Brookline, Mass., on Tueaday Mr. Eble haa beeu at tbe Sclionl of Tecli nology in Boaton for ih ) paat year, and was lntenmug to go uiib weeK to tue nome ol hls niotbor in Northfield, Miuu., for tbe sumnier. An Itallan atono cutter wbo reaides on the Middlesex road, was the victim of an accident Thurauay temug whlle UrlV' Ing horne from hls work, in which lio frac tured tbo bouo of bla left arm, IIo bad t fow bunchoa of ahingles loadod on bis buck. boatd wagon and the veblcle broko down juat tbia aide of bla homo. IIo and tbe load ed wagon were precipitated ovor au em- uauKineut. Alired aon oi isawara u. Makor, waa badly iuinred Wouaosda.v oveninc wbile driving home from Eat Montpelier. Tbe borae. bocominc reatlese. kicked over tbe daab board, atriking the lad in tbe alde of the bead.cutting a deep gaBh,and rlattenlng n portion of tbe akull on tbe brain. Hls in uries wore dresaod by threophyaiclaua, aud no permauent mjary is fearod. A goodly number of Odd Fellowa, witb tbeir wivca or lady frienda ravb Mr. and Mra. A. E. White a Biirpriae viait Tueaday evenlug on tho aixth annlveraary of tbeir marruice. in nenaii oi tuose nreaent u. I Biug preaentod Mr. and Mra. White witli a dinine table and bIx chalrs. Altboucb Bomowbat ilaatrated Mr. White bapplly re- sponaoii. uoireautnenta were Berveu aud the evenlng waa pleaaautly paaxed. Iloward Hayden, wbo haa bought tbe Sauiuel Ghandler farm in Berlin, haa beon ccudncting a garden farm ln Waterbury aud will contiuuo tbia kind of farmiug at bla now purchaae. The locality ls eome twenty inlles nearer, on around trlp, to Montpelier, Mr. Ilaydon'B market, and will thna hnvo a uecmeu auvantago over tho om piace. Mr. Ilaydon ia an enterprising inan and bia chango of baso iuust add to hls buaiueaa und proaperity. B. 0 BowerB, manager of tbe lt, 0. Bow era Qranite Company, haa fixod tbe dato for boldlng the annual picnlo and clam bako, which the company haa for hovorai years givon to the granito po'iabera of Barre, Montpelier and vlcinity, for Satur day,"July 14, at Oaledonla Park. Joaoph Wilaon of Providence, lt. I , tho vetoran clam bakor, wbo haB for Bovoral yoars acled aa caterer for the company, will eerve in tbat capaclty on ttiio occaaion and the Bowora-Wilaon comblnation haa inade bucIi a record in tho paat aa entertalnora tbat wordn of commendation at tbia tlmo wonld beauperflaona. Frank Qravolln waa arreated for intozica tion Fridiy by Deputy Sheriff Tracy. This nUair ia ratbor dlaconraglug to Itov. J. Kd ward Wrlght and Aldorman Jaugraw, wbo a few montliB aince, wbon Frank waa about to be cominittod lo the honao of correctlou aftur Koveral caaea bad uccamalated againBt bim, bjcame aurety on a note for $200 ln order lo clean up tho docket agaiuat Graio lin and glve bim an opportunity for a new atart. 'llio Fourtb waa oviaonily too much for bim and today, when arreated, lio had to bo virtually carried to the jall. Tbe locturo by M!as Blalock, glveu Tuoa. day evenlng ut the home of Mrp. 0. n. Moro on Sta'.o street, waa a pleaaant sur priae to many, but to thoao wlio know tbia yonng lady her auccea in captlvatlng her hearora waa not nnexpected. Youth, beauty and a llnoly tiained volce, gave an addod cbann to Miaa Blalock'a origlnal ldeaa bo forcibly presented. MuBio was farniBhod by Mr. Stockbridge and Miaa Naab, and at the close of tbo lectnro an iuformal recep tion waa beld, at wblch overy ouo preaeut was introduced to the lectnrer of tho even lng. In her addresa Misa Blalock touched partioularly upon tbe edacational aapect of phyBlcal culture. By her maaturful prea entation of the Hubjecl, and by her wln nlng poraonality aho at once Becured tho attention and Bympalby of her audlence. If MlBa Blalock agaln comoa to Montpelier she will be greoted by an enthuaiaatic audlence. By apeclal lequeot ahe reclted tho boautlful pootu, "He aud Sho" wlth a tenderneaB and alnuerlty that deeply inoved her audienco. The ploasuro of the evenlng waa eubanced by ihe geuerouB boapitality of Mr. and Mra. Moro, wbo freely oflered tbo uac of tholr home for tbe occaaion. "After auileriug from pilea for fifteen yoara I waa cured by uaiug two boxos of DaWitt'a Witch Ifazel Balvo," writea W. J, Baxtor, North Brook, N. U. It heala fivorythlug. Beware of counterfelta. W. E. Terrlll & Co. NEW MASON1C ILYLIj. Sluce tho blrtli of Maaoury ln Montpelier,' soon aiter tuo comiug in oi tue year ihuu, tbe growth in Btreugth and poriularlty of the Masonic bodiea bas Btoadlly increaaed nntil the proBont tlmo when thia city ia one ot the most importaut Maaoulo centera !n New Euglnud, Upon the trusteoa of the Jjaugdon oatate maklng known thelr lntoutlon, about a year ago, of erecttng a bulldlng on Laugdon Btroot ln tho rear of tbo Ilazou block tlieso bodiea votod to foraako thelr old quartora in the Unlon bkck on St.ato street, which they bavo occupled for over a qnartor of a centnry and wblch In trn'h have been the cradle of maaonry ln thia vlcinity, aud tako new quartora in tbla new bnlldlug. Thoao new qnarterB are now completed and tho flrst moetlng was beld ln tbem Tuoaday evenlng by Anrora Lodge. Neither tho lossors nor losaors bavo epared "Look Before You Leap, tt If a dealer attempts to sell you a substltute when you ask for Hood's Sarsaparilla, hts onty object is to make more profit on ihe substituie, tohich ls al'waysinferlor andunsatisfactory. Therc forc be sure to get Hood's. Scrofula "For ycars Ih&d scrofula. sores on my ba.ch. I iook many mediclncs iulthout avalt and thought I could not be cured. Then 1 bsgan taking Hood" s Sar sapsrUlA and lt cntircly cured me. My hcAlth ts ncKU pcrfeci. I am a. tr&ined nurse, And recommend Hood" s for atlblood dlseAscs." J. D. Torrey, 46 W. Mdln Street, Fredonta., N. Y. HooT rtlls cnre llvor tlie non-lrrltatlng and rpnly cnthnrttc tpTtke witriiropcl'; BnfRnpftrilln. ptlna or oxponse ln tbe arrangement or equipmnnt of thoao rooina and they stand today wltbout doubt the peor of any home ol any fratomal orgaulzatlon ln nortbern Now Eualand in thelr convenieuce and Hiitniilumiaiieaa. IJmler tlia Hbillful hand of E. W. Bucbeo and bla aaalatanta tbo decoratlona of the walla and ceihugB of the rooma are of arnro artlattc oriler anu Jeavo nothlug to uo ae- sired. Tho 8ix rooma and tboir couuec- tloua nre rlnishod in rlch CJallfornian red wood waliiscoitinc of pleaBlug deaigna aud tbe lloors of live rooma aro of rod blrcb, the Blxth. tho asaemUly liall of tbo IjoJU'b, bo- lue oarnotod witb rlch bluo velvot royal Wilton carpeting. Ample provision for liHbtiuL' and beatiuc haa been mule by tho placlug of oloctrlo and Btoam llxtnres of taatv deaiizn about tbo rooma. Aa ono Btepa from the landlng on the tblrd iloor of tbe buildliiL' he eutera an am ple anto-rootn, tbo walla of whlcb are deco- rated witb bluu aud white deaigna on t terra-cotta ileld. Here aro arranced in ner fect order, hooka, otc, for the receptlou of Ihe outer garmenta of the mombera to tho number of 110. Leavlne tbia ante-room by a door to the right one entera tbo rooui of rooms tlio maln aaaomuly hall ln wmcn tbe meetinga of tbe bodiea ure beld. Tbia room, which ia 48 feet long by 32 foet wlde, impreesea one wlth a senae of luxurlouBueaa und couifort. Tue colliDg and walla ahow tbe haudiwork of un urtlat in tbeir beautiful bluo and white daooratloiiB on a lleld of aoft torra-cotta coloriog. Tbere ?r pendiug from around the luur aldea of the ceillng forty-two oloctnc lampa aud uoin tho boaiuuull v.dosigued ceuier plece above the altar u tud light caata ita rlch radiance. A ralaed daiaoccupioa the "east," "weat" and "south representlng rospectively "Wla dom, Sireugib and Boauty." Thpae are equ.jiped wiib parapbernalia which ia ricb ln compobition bnt myatifyiug aa to ita sig nlrlcauce ro the nnboliever. Each dlaa is lightod by au incandeacent lamp in tbo form of a candle, roating npon a white pe deatal witb gold decoratlona. Juat overbcad aud behind the aeat of the WotBhipful Maater in tbo "East" la a beau tlfully dealgnud tranaparancy repreaenting a large white "Q" on a blue fleld witb a Bun burst ot purple Bclutlllating abont it, all controilod oy an olrctric Bwitcb. Tue furnlvure in tbia room, whlle not new, ia of black walnut, which is now very rare, and Is uiai aive aud aubatautlal in pat teru, and havlng jaat beou re-upbolatered in lioavy bluo ptuali, barmonizeB wlth tho otber fittiugb most erceHontly. Leaillng from tbe assembly hall is a door on the right wblch openi iuto a pessagoway connectiug it wlth tbe preoaration room. Thia paasagewuy Is provided with tbree large cloaets In whlcb are kept tbe para pbaualU of tho Blue liodge, Cbapter aud Uommandery bodiea. Tbe preparation room aud tho parlor nr smoking room, wblch adjoina it, are cornniodlous apart meuia, wnh decorations alter tbo aamo stle and co'.or aa tboso of tbe aaaembly room. The tlral named room la provided witb a large clooet in which la arranged a aeriiiB of lockera con'aining the regalla of tbocomniandery oibcers, which waa rocent iy purcbaaed and ia of ihe richeat matorial and haudsomtat paiteru now mado. Tho RiuoWg rnpm ailmita of a view on Maln Btreet and la provided witb un up-to-dute lavatory. Opening out of thia room is tbo banqnet hall aud drlll room which ls nearly of, tho Bame b'zo aa the ansombly hall glvlng am ple rnom for tbe seating or drilllng of 2C0 or more membera. Along ono a.de ol the wall la auauged a'smiea of oabinet lockers wlth glaaa doors buflk- li t fc .cceitingof the re gnllaa of slxty-four knigh'H. At ihe lower eud aud separated from the banqnet hsll by Blidlng glaaa wiudowa of gronud glaaa is u kitchen, wbich in size and appoijimeutH would t.Aao tbo envy of a practlcal houaewife. lt ia provided with a s'nk, hot and oold wato- '.uceta, gfsollue ranpo and a large cloact. Here ia every convenience for atding rh- Ktewarda in pre pariue u uauquet for tbeir fellowa and gnesia wh eh in quality aud atyle would vie with the table d' hote ol onr moderu bos tblries. Tbe comml'tee wbieb bas had tbe matter ofplauning for and Hrrnngmg thoae qnar ters ia enlitled to great credic for tbe auc ceaaful mannur in which it huj conaumatad its work. Unleas food ia digeaied quickly it will for menc aud irriiato tue B.omacb; Aftor each meal take a teaapoouful of Kodol DyBpep aia Onre. It ilijests wbat yoa eal and will uilow yoti to eat h11 yon ueed of what yoa UUe. lt never faila to cure the worBtcaae of dyapopala. It Ia pleaaant lo taku, W. E. Terrlll & Co. FOUItTII OF JULY. Tbe Qranlto city of Vermont never doea anytbing on a small Bcale. When lt waa declded carly ln June to colobrate tbo Fourtb ot July in Barre, preparatlonB were at once corameuced to provide attractiona tbat Bbould be pleaaing und satlafactory to a large crowd, und tbat Bbould prove draw lug carda for the entirti populatlon withln a .'adlus of forty mllos of Barre. Uow well the commltteea having the celebratlon in cbarge Bnoceoded iu thelr origlnal plaus la best told ln tbe story of the day aa gatberod by JounNAi, reportera, Beforo the anuriae salute woko tho echoea of tbo aurroundtng lillla Barre waa active, and aoon after thocrowda began ponriug ln. They camo by electrics, by regular and Bpecial stoam tralua, lu all manner of vo lilcloa, on boraeback and on foot. Granite ville aorit a long special traln, und tho ln dnstrlea of tbe quarry reglon were well repreBonted ln tbo parade. The oxact nnmber of people .carried by the eleotrlcB and stoam cara la not obtalnable, but lt 1b eatimated tbat tho oloctrlo road collected about 14,000 faroa and tbe Montpelier & Wells Hlver and Central Vermont rallroada about one-tbird tbat number. The flrst attraotion waa tbe parade of borriblos which ntovod ahortly after ton o'olock. Musio waa provided by the Mont pelier Military Band, tho Williamstown, Randolph and Trans-Atlantlc bands, aud a drum corns. The parade waa not aa long aa Bomo tbat bavo bueu soon tn Barre, but the ldeaa were origlnal aud credltable. Amontr the moat Btrlklnc wore tbe lloata on which were represonted tho proceaa of drlll- jng anu maating granite, the Woman'a Cbrlstlan Temperance Unlon, the Anti- 1 r Baloou LDBgne, tho clty councll and mnyo, ln actual conlllct, tho clty llqtior neoucy and tbo rel ostato bualneas of Lsvl ,1, Bol Bter. Followlng the iinrado 1'rof. Bonnotto mado u Bnccussful balloon aHConsiou, witu parachuto drop. A. crowd oatimaico ai jroni o,wj iu o,i,.j waa at tbo trottlng park in tbo uftoruoou, Tho baso ball game betweou tho 8t. Al baua team and tho Tolegrams from Barro wet won by tbo lormer, owing to looae plnylng of thelr opp6uont ( at critical tlmoB. Tlio gtoat Htiractiou ior uio nuornuuu was tbe race botweon "E. E. Knott" owuod bv J. Edward Balley and "(Jolbatb," owuod by Janics M. Boutwoll, for a nurao of SCOO. ConBldorabio uiouoy chaugou uandB aud tbo outcomo of tbo race waa a great surprlso to vory many. Afler wln nlng two Btralgbt heats at a 2:14 galt, Knott wont to pioceB ln tbe thlrd hout and was dlatnnced by Colbath wbo wpi doclor od tbo wluuer. At sevon o'olook In tho evonlng I'rof. Bontiett mado aubther balloon riceualou, reacbing tbe grouud witb a parachuto in aafety, only a ubort, dlatauce frum tbe poiut from wbich the balloon aroae Tho ilroworka at the paik ln tbe ovening Bgaln attraotrd an ImmenHo crowd Several nf tlm Hrtt, nincps wore verv flne. but tho far- Bimllie of the Butua monument, one of tbe flneat. mat wlth a tulBfortuuo aud will be ot oif toulgbt. The dav naasod wltbont norlous nocldent. The pollce Brrangewcnta under Cbluf Sbep- ard wero aumiraoie. u n ai irom urau itevillo In tho parade whlcb sliowed b Btoam Btrlll aud blaaiiug mucbliin at work waa nwarded flrst nrlzi". the Now EDcUud Oi ilnr of l'rotoctl .n. socond. aud the Womau'a Chriatian Temperance Unlou, thlrd. Tbe flrat prlzo for horriblca was unanimously uwurdedtotbe tp'te otl on thij Barre clty councll. 0n't be perfect healtb withuut pure blond. Bnrdoclt BIooil Blttern inaKo puro blood. Tonea and iuvicorutea tbe wbolo syatem. WON THE VVV. O. O. Barrett. G. B. W.dton end Gale Bennett of thiB city and Eujtmuu Brothera of Barre rotu. ned Friday l om Bwanton wliHrn (nr tbo l.it two davs thov bave been partlcipatlrig in a compehtlve sboot for tbo Intornational prizo ol b sllvcr ctip olTored by tbo 11 3b n Hood I'owder Company, Tbe iHntlnmon named formed ihemaelvea into a olub for tbla ovent and wero kuown aa tbe Tlnion Glub. They wou tho piize by a score of 87 lo 73 out of a poaalble 100 blrda. The pnze cup will arrlve Iu tbo clty soon anu will be placod on oxbibltion. Tbo gontlemen will have to compsto from tlmo to tlme lu order to bolil tlin pnzo aa lt is aiways opon to cbiillenge. !hat Ails You? ls It Your Kidneys? Try Test and See. Thi Why ask a physician to ilnil ov whetbcr your Kidneys aro diseasec Tako a olans tuinbler and flll it wit urine. Il thero is n sedimcnt nfte Btanding twenty-four hours, your Kit neys aro fiick. If you havo a desiro t urinato often, a pain in tho back, or ' your urino Btains lincn, you ehould i onco tako Dr. David Kcnnudy'e Favoi ito Romedy, as delny is dangcrou Thero is no question about its bein tho best and surcst medicine in th world for any and all diseases of tli Kidneys, Liver, Bladder and of th urinary passages, Kheuinatism, Dyi popsia, constipation of tlio bowels, an tho sicknesses peotiliar to vomen. 3 quickly rclieves inability to hold urim and tho necessity of Kt'tting up ofte dtiring tho night. It stops that scaldin pain when passing urino and corred thobad eirects of whiskey and beer. It is sold by all4druggists at one do lar a bottlo. You can liavo a trial bo tlo nnd painphlct of valuablo medin advico sent freo by mail postpaid, b inentioningthis panor and pending yot addrcss to tho Dr. I)avid Kenncdy "Co: poration, Rondout, N. Y. The publisl ors of this paper ounranteo tho gcnuiut ness of this liboral offer. IN FKANKLIN COUNIT Col. GeorgeT. Obilda of St. Albana waa ohoaen cbalrman of the Franklin county ltopnbllcan convention wbich mot Tbursday tornoon at Enosburg Fal'a. II. 0. Koyce of St. lbaua and Orrice Ballard of Georgia were nomiualed by acclamatlon for Seua tora. For thlrd Beuator 0. W. Gates of Franklin and F. W. Parker weie nomln ated. Mr, Qatn received CO votca and Mr. Parker, "0, aud Mr. Gates waa declared tbo nomiuee. E. A. Gblitenden ot Bt. Albana aud Ira Anderaon of East Berkshire were nomin ated for rssiataut judgca, aud Otia N. Kel ton of Montgomery for judge ot probate. Baruev Kelley w i rflnoiulnated for shorilT. Tbe seaators were not l itructed r - t ) Unltod Slntes Beuator. Mo''tf3 lcsb beir dre?l for "ibat tuu. b'e Hfcond Bummer,' when tbiy have Ur. Kowler'HEtractof Wiid Stvawt ry lu ibe hou8o. Natuie'a up i.lic fjr bo.vfl cm p'alnta of eveiy sor. 11 Al) ACOIDENT. Tho s'xteen-yp.ar: Dld hou of Uenrv Backua of Waitsfield waa diahguved for Ufe wbile bhat ng troea uear bla hotne Friday. He had bored into a tree and rammed home a beavy cbarge of powder but tbe ftiao waa bo sbort that when he llgbted it lt exploded before be could get to a place of s?tely. Aa a restilt be received tbe cbarge In the face, filllng it witb powder and j'herw'ao buru ing aud lucerating tho ilesh. At flrat it waa feared he would not only loae hia oyoalght but hla lllo but he waa brougbt to thia clty where hla lnjnries wore reduced by Dr. M. F. McGnlro and it now Is bellevoi that the yobng inan will r cover although hia featurea will be dUflgured. Youlh of Judges. It having been statod tbat Jadge St?ITord ls one of tbe youngeat lawyers ever apiiolu' ed to the boucb, tbe followlng "vltal atat'v tlca" of tbo men wbo bavo "woru tbe er mlno" iu Vermont muy bo of Intorc -t. Mr, Btafford'H uge is 39. Moaea Itobinaou, born Maich " 1741, wsi appointed chief juatice of thobupetlo: court, aa the trlbunal was tbeu called, iu 1778, aud in 1782 was tuade chief Judgo ot tbo aupreuio court, aa it waa called f'ter ibatdate. Mr, Itoblnson wrs thoa a Judre at tbe age of 37 j Jobn Fasset, bom 1743, Judgo 1778, age ?'; Thomaa Ghandler, boru bopt. 23, 1740, jadee 1778, ago J8: Paul Bpooner, boru Maicb 10, 1743, ludgo 1778, age 32: Nathaulel Ghlp. man, Dom Nov. 1B, 17C2, judgo 17F1, age 34; Stoplion H. Bradley wi a 1ud';e ln 173, at 31j Noah Bmltb, in 1789, at IMj EliJ.ih I'alne, in 1791, at 34; Isaao Tictienor. ln 1791, at 37; Israol Sinlth, lu 1797, at S8; W. A. I'almor, ln 1S10, at 33; Wllilam Brayton, ln 1817, yonngur tban 39; 0, Peter Van Nosa, in 1821, at 39; Stenhen Boyce, in 1823, at ?S; Bamuel B. Pheipa, In 1K.'I1, at ?3; Isaao F. Hedlleld, In 1813, at3l; Luke P. Poland, lu lf 18, 33; BeuJ. 11. Steeio, lu 18C5, at 23; Hoy t II, Whoeler, In 18G9, at 3.0; II, 11. Powera, In 1874, at 39 Ublpmau wpi chief Judge al 7, Israol Bmltb, at38, Van Neaa, at 39, Tbree went on the bencb at tbe saino ago n Judge Btofford. Steolo, at 28, Ib tbe junlor of ibe 11st, aa be waa ono ot tbo tuoat brllliaut men of hls tlmea. CURE Blck lTdftcUclio and rollovoall tho troublos lnd ilcnt to n blllous stato of tho eystoin, nucU o Dliilncna, Nauaoa, DrowBluoBO, Diatrofia aftor tatlnK, l"alu ln tlio Sldo, ftc. Whllo tholr most tomarkablo euccosa haa bocn showu lu curlng IlotwUcho, yol Cortor'a Llttlo tlvor Mlj M equally Talnablo ln Conetlratlon, curlnR and pro vontingtlil8annoylni;cotui)laltit,wlillo they Man corroclallillsonlcraottlioBtomacU.BtlmulfttotUa llTcr aud rcgulalo tho bowels. Even if tht-y ouly curoa Acholhcy wonld boalmostrrlcelcsa to Ihoae whO BnfferfromthlodlatrcsnltiBCOinplalnti butforto natoly tholr goodnoss doos not oml horo.and tuoso wliooticotry thora will flml theso llttlo plllsvalu fttlelnBomany wayatUatthoy will not ba wit; llng lo do without tlicm. Ilut after all elck hoa4 Isthelmnoof no many llvoa that hero la whei we tnake our Rroat boast. Our pllU cure ltwhila oUioradonot. . Cartcr"B Llttlo LWcr Mlla aro vory ?mall ana vory oay to tako. Ouo or two pllla mako a doeo, TUoy aro ntrlctly vcRotaMo aud do not Brir rurgn, but by tbolr geutlo artlou plcaBO all who usethom. Ia vtalaat iiccota ; flvofor ?1. ColJ by drngglaU ovorywbero, or eont by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. UHL MM ImUm, Orange Couuly Court. Orange county court was flnp'ly adjoum ed on B.idy morulug, the buiu a baviug rpaliy l :en concltulel on Thutsday nnd Judgo Slitt having leu town tbat after noon. On le.nsambliug last Wi luesday, but ouo witucaa cie waa fonud road for trial by tbo court, tbat of Caulo x. D. Dlckey vb. 1j. D. Til'otson, bi actiou of tn .u for a boue whlcb had b.'en attacbfcd nn tho dsbt of pla' ntiff ' huaband owed tbe defeudant. Tbe cauit dc:idi l tbat tbe horse t3longod to pla'ntlil und rendei 1 ju Igmout for her fo rt. over nomiu il d8tna ges aud ros'" taxc 1 at 825.02. It. M. Ha voy for plalu'lff, Darling & Uarling for de fendant. Tbe i3tna,,iing tlme ot tbe court wrtc inplod with divorca itlals and tbe followiug i"vo taa wera fruuteil: Besaie S. Ottnnin'rtiBm vs. Wlllora E Ganningbpm for iuto.erable seveilty, cuatj.ly of m',iot chlldreu named in patl'lon h&nn d 't d petltiouer; Bhormau G. Dailoy vs. Marv G. Dalley, for desortionj Frank D- 'ey va. Bridget O. Dalley, for deaartion: Eva M. Lyman vs. Edward M. Lyman ior dese tion, custody ot minor childreu decreed to potitioner; Ellza A. Tarlox vs. Will II. Tsrboxfor intolerablo Bevorlty and refusp' to suppor , custody of two minor children deceed to petltiouer; Joseph Duclaw vb. Ilattie Duclaw, for wilial desertion; Mar tha E. Gjodwin vs. Joseph W. Gooilwin, for deseriion; Goorgo A. Moshor vs. Luc n da M. Moaher, for desertion; Ida W. O.cutt vb. Glay' )n W, Orcult, for iutolorable a verlty and mfusal to suppori; Allon Flint, Jr., vs. Jnslc, Jj. Fllut, for adp'to. j; i"nnte Ij. Iidd vb. Itoyal Ladd for desertion, cua iody of minor cb"d decreed to potitioner; Grari A. Feaia vs. Fr.uk J. Foui'b. fo. d Bertion; Leasie M. Itaunoy vb. Thomra Kan no for desertion, wub refnaed, the ycung petitiouer belng a formerly divoiced wifo aud uow an3iora to renew her uiP'don biisa. lteports show that cver fifteon hundtcd Hves have beon Bavcd f'lrougb tho uso of Oue Minute (Jough Uure. Moat of theae worocasea of ctippe, croup, asil run, whoop ing cough, brou"hitia aud pueii'uonlB. early xis-i ptoventa c "lanmpt'ou. W. E. TarriU & Co. Roxbury. M's Blaiche Brlghn is at home on her . 'atlou lrom ner bchool at IiOwell. M'sa Neabitt ot Plainfield b-a 1 n vHi' log at Mrs. Jnba Durkeo's. V"s. L. A. WPsou came home Monday, n 'omriauieu oy a Misier, atter sevorp' moutha' abaence. Mra. V laon ia Btill in very poor bos'tl' A very ad eveut o jurred Tuesday even. lug -i tho dea h of Mrs. Jobn Sulhvan, r'- ir au nn-'soionjy two days with pon- in: ouo leavea n nrtuanti anu r'ue cbil iren, be oldeat lifieeu and the young- ta. oniy a tew niontns oiti. lier mother, Mrs. MoMihon of NortbfljUl, ia wi'h tbe fami'y for 'be priiseur. Tlio iuterment wps on Thnrsday in .the Catlio' c i 'Uietdi at North lleld. The Good TpmpIaM ceieb.ated tbe Fot'tth byaveiy plpasaut picuic. Enturtainmeut w i furmf b"d mi tbefotm of mnslc by the !ocl orcues' a, si."; ng by t io lodge cboir, n.ci a'lotiB mw speecbea. Lemonado waa fwnlshed to ull, swinga aud liP'r'nocks dt li ;h ul iuo uuierotia cmUlren, pnd fl"i worUs eu''vene-l tbe evemng. Jbiel Wil 'un of Br.iiutiee, isitedl,:a w 'e at Wubur Fitta' ou Wedneeday. lue .I1prb Kohool cloaea tbla week with a p cn o iu Tildeu's giove. Tho devotlon of tbe juvtuilcs to tbeir lo".cber, 0. A. Boys, lnl Ira' s t'ut the U'rm bnt ben a succesa Iu! oue. M.s. C. O. Turner of Waterbury ii sit-ir- her lalher, H. G. Ellia. Henry Ellia ol Barre, waa al the home of b's fatbor, Oalvln EUIs, on Friday. 'Tisn't Ffe to h a day wltbout Dr. Tboma' Ejltutiic 0.1 In the hou9, Never can tell whal mouient au acoident Ia golng to htppen. Horn of tho Moon. Mrs. Wi" Thajer ia lu Calala. Mlas Oarrio Bilver from Moutalier ia vla itlng Floreuce Baudera. Alica Sanders haa rotntned after an'ne weekB' te:m of teiioul iu East Calais, Mra. G. W. Parmeuter aud daughter, Nel lie, have buon vihitlng Mia. Parmenter'B brothera duriog tbe pist week, Kaat Ilrookllold W. F. Cbapman of Lowell, Masa,, Jolned hls wite hero lfat weak. They will bo guoBlB at W. F. Mtdcalf'B and A. D. Peelo's during the former'a vacntlou. Mis, II. D. Wheatly wlth hr ohlldron wont to Bradford lu a week to vibh her par outa, Mr. aud Mra. A. B. Barnes. Lutbor Irlah of Wostford vhited hla sou, Flwood IriBb laat week. "Jod" Adg'na of Cbicopoe Fi"s, Maea., U vlatling at G. 0. Dana'a. Mra. A. N. Wheatley weut laat Monday to Bellows Fulla to vialt her daugblei, Mrs, F. E, Nowell. Mlas Mabol Cardwel1, wbo haa beon tbe cueat of Mlsa Nellle Dana, retnrued her homo lu lioaioii laat Friday, A. G. Hibbmd, J. M. Angell, W. W. Spratae, V. H. Bpratue, F. E. Hoituea, Georgo IC. Sprngue aurt J, 0. Holmea at tended the county cauventlon )pst Batui day, tbe lro latttr ui de'egat ib, V. U, ltlchatddon, W. W. bpragm und J. O, Holmcs atteudod tho dlatrlui couveution at White Itlver Juuctlon, thi lattpr us adal. ato. Hou, It, M. Hmvay of Montpelier was In t iwn laat woek, prtor to tbe Bbotiil'a sale at E. J. Donnea, looktng of'ir hla tluanclal In t Hcata and those of somo otber credltors. HEAD (JUOUT AND CUNSUS KNU31EKA TOUS. Kdttor Dailv Journal:In viow ol Geueral Grottt'fl confasicu aa to tho facta Involved ln hls cotiBUt burdona, lt eeema lit'Bt that I shonld come to hls rialstanco, and, by way of analyalB and quotatlon, bolp hlm to recull tlio aanent pointa ln tholr loglcal order. It Genoral Grout will refresh hls memory by roforrlug to any data or othor sourcu of informatlon avallablo to hlm I am stiro bo will fiud tbe Bcquonce ot poHtlco cotieus eveuta to bo about rt follows! Bovoral ar plicalions were nont ln from Hartford. From tbeso Suporvisor Gates selcctod two enumoratorB, Mr. Darrah and myself. Wo wero recommendod to Dlroctor Merrlam for tbe tiurjioao of ratlllcatlou. Tbon camo u augponBlon of actlvlty that Geueral Grout mlght correapond witb the Landmark. Then ot Geueral Groul's rpqnest appllcatlon blauks were sent to Mr, Puck wuu, up tu the titno ct aendlng such appllcatlon papera, had noi applled for appointtuout. Tbeu tbe genoral cr Mially meultoua tbe subjoct of cbuhub appointmoni ln Hartford aud otber Vermont towns to Benator Kosa. Beuator Itoaa spoal's of having utltten a lettor of recotrmendattou lu my behalf to Sjuperviaor GateB. Genoral Grout then sald tbat I bnd gnne to New York, Kiving Bonntor lloas tbo Impreaalon that I had lett Hartford for good. He then apeaks "of a Mr. Wheelor as a propor man to bo appointed," and pre vp'led upon Benator Itoaa, It bbouis, to Blgu a recoinmenilation to Mr. Gates for the ap oointtuout of Whoeler and Peck. "Ttw- tben cleat" to h'm wbo would ba appointed anu peruaps wno tnoxtta l j. Aa to tbe nuoatiou ol tlinesa aud canabil it.y, lt would not be bocotnlngin tno to make pny coiuparlaon betweeti the Grout ap noiuiee aud mysult. But Blnce tho irsuo at" beon laiaed by ibe Bt. Jolinsbt'"y J'c nublhan It Boenis propor tbat tho "pb't Kugl 'h" Bhoultl be pnb"shed. I therefore quote n fo''owe; Bt'-linglon, May 12, 1M0. Mr. Iloland E Btevens, Hp-tford, Vt. DearBlr: 1 Bont your name io Wnblng tiu n onn of tbo enutnprutors for tbe town of Uartfoid, but it wri rojected, not on ac r mnt of any detcct ln your applioation blar'c or teat fcchedule, but for rriona cn tiroly boyond my control. The rej.ctiou cau in no way bo a refl -clion on your abl' ity, aud " thero aliould be a vacancy any whorB in your part of the State I Bbould be glad to appolnt yon to flll lt, If you wonld occopt lt. ' You'a truly, W. B. Gatss, Superviaoi. Builltigton, May 17, 1"C0. Iloland E. Stevens, Eso., Hartford, Vt. Uear fair : " lout name wp on my llst and 1 had uo Idea lt would be re- Hutl. Thero w?a no repion why lt sboultl have been reojcted, pt far "i 1 could 8 i, Bince your papers were very satisfactary, lt wpt Hent by rnn rt tbe onumera'Dr for dis trict 273 Yours truly. W. B. Ga' Buporv'sor. Tbo above wore v.itton by Mr. Gates iu aelf-detence, to cloar hltutelf from any bub uicion of partiaau action iu the discbarge of hia offloial dutlea. Genoral Grout's lnter meddllug with M--. Ga" 3a' du'ieB of appoin ment placed tlie lattsr ln an embarr- gf' sl'uatlon ''otn wbich be wpa obli!,ed io ex tricate bimae". Tbla be haa qr'eily aud e' fociively done. Every lntelllgent voter knows tbat it ia no part ol a cougresaman's uuty to hla cou Btituency or to hla conn.ry to eur ih tbe Bf feguarda of tho civa service and seize ut on Bppolntmen'i conferning whlcb Cou- gresa Iipt mado eapecial pro iaiona, a meara of natronace to cain bia own nolitlcp' enua, Tbia Imprea'iC'i rae es wrong, f - I taliave It docs the maiority of voteia. It, !i my rlght and my duty ? a cltizan and a voter torp'se my voit9 agaiust unfalr aud immoral poli- ucs. l ueueve in a clean Ulguthed ca'n patgu. For tbia repion, and tbla sloue, it hri aeemed right that I sbould exposB tbat which h; Impiessed me pi coriapt. I have no persoual motive in the matter, lt ia pr'uctplo I am coqtendlng for. Very tiuly yonrs, P.oland E. Stevens Hartford, Vt Ju'y 3, 11C0. rOMUN and especlally motlicrs aro ni06t cotnpetuiit to aiiprcc-tato the nurltv. flwootnortfl. nnd ilt.lli.nf-r tt CUTlcuitA SoAf, aiid to dlt-eovcr ne uccs forltdnlly. Ita rciiiarkabloeniollliiiit, cloans lutr, aud purifyltig propcrtles dorivcil from CuncoitA, tlio great akln curo and purestof pmiilllcnta, warraut Its ur-o ln prcbcrvinir, pui 1 fyliiB, and beautirylngtliernmpUixlon, banda, nnd halr, anil ln tlio form of wat.hc3 nnd boIu tloiiB for ulccrntivo woakni'ssea, nnnovlng lrrltitloiiR and phallngs, too free or olfoiipivo pcrsiilrntlon, anil for many eanatlve purpoaea whlcb rcadlly siiiigoet tliomsolvcs. In tnany of tlio ubore (ondltlons, centlo anolntliiL'H wlth Cuticl'Ua, will urovo ot aetonlslilug; bonont. SoMthrouzhnutlhe world t'OTTKn tlRrc, asd CllKM. tOBf ,Sole t'roix ,Uo' a nit for Sklti heercti,"free. Fairlee. A large partv of young paople from West I.ibanon, N. Ii., hn been cainping at Lake Moroy for a few days Tueaday p'tornoon a yonng man of tho patty, Frank Ward, waa drowned wbile batbiug. HN body wn n ;ovored In b fow hours. Hla fatbor a rived on tbo eveniug traln. Tbe young peo ple aud tbe whole comtuuulty ara vety much shocked by tbe event. Mrs. H. A. Cobb ot Waterloo, Ia , is via lting her conaln, Mtb. A. 8. Klbbey. Wllllunistowii. lue lato State supreme rourt judge, L H. Tbomiiaou wbo died recen ly, waa a much lovnd p.i'Mhlouer of Rev. Willinrn Silinilnld, at ouh tinui, wbuu thehuter was paator of tbe Uougrpgauouiil cburch iu Irra burgb. Tbroiigb llev. Mr BcbollHld, au of fort waa mado here to srcure the Judge for the Memorlal Day addreBa tbts ye?r. Uut itwB8 juat too late for lt, aa the day before he got ihe luvitatior be Pt";'i"ed tt apnp'c elaewbere. It haa beeu a caae ot Bzceediug aud palu.nl interest, tbat ot Mra. Fremont 0. Little, for weoka; a motber bo much needed by sev erp' M'tls clilldrnn, otten appirently at tbo polut of death, and yet ra'lyiug ao otten, in apiie of syinptotus, ibal ber pbyaiclan thought fa'al ou' , aud with more uopuot recovery. Many here will rejoice Hithbei' famlly if tbla bopo ahall ouly be rpfl'lzed. "Tlthlng men," What a small few amoug our cltizens could tell us anytbing about tbpin, ouly by reading or henrimy. And yet laat woek an old realdeut regaled uh by icfonuta of tbem iu tbe Metbodlat chutoli here years ago na be know tbem. Uncle Jampa Ilatch waa oue of tbem, aud bow easlly aome of ua can rocall hts ever preaem siiuff.boil And can't we lmHgme Uip eiTect as lio roao iu bia pow ps u titbing iiicn, aud said "Tbe boys ln ihe mallery mitst stop tbat uoise?" IIo had au Audrew Jackhou look, bui ji'it bere comea to miud tbe rotii'irk ot ouo wbo wn i at titnea cueat iu bia famlly, tbnt tbe toara came oftou to her eyea, pa she Hinued to hlm in b a .am lly pruyera. A Woalth of Uoauty. Ib otten hldden by uualghtly Pimplea, E '.ema, Tottr, Eryalpaipi, Silt Ulieum, eti. Bucklen'a Arnlc-i Sjlve will gloilfy tho f'lro by cuMig tll Sklu Kruptiona, u'ao Cu' i, BtulEts, Ilurra, llolla, Feloua, Ulcera, aud worat forma of 1'ilea, Ouly 23 cla a i.ax. Oaro guaranteed. Sold by 0, Blako ly, drogglst. w IN CIIIN'A, London, July C A disnaich from Taku datcd yostordny says tho Brllieh anu itusoiau uumiraia at a counuil of war hold on Juno 80, declded that lt wns Imposelblo to attempt to rollovo rokin without Rroatly Incrcasod forcea. a epeciBi uispaicu irom Bt. rotors burg Bavs: "Vlco-Adrairal Aloxoiff's ofllciol nnnouucoment of tho imposai- miity ot nuvancing on rokin without relnforconienis and tho nccoBaary pon toous and sloros has caiibcd dospair ae it is rogardcd ns tantamount to tibau- uoning tuo iuropcans. Tho commandera of tho allloa at Tion Tsin Inforro tho corrospondents that lt would bo suiclde to atteinpt to roach rokin with the troops uow avallablo ln tho faco of tho colloBsal force of irapo rinl troops and lioxors occupyins; tho countiy botweon Tion Tein and I'okiu. So far from taking tho oflenslvo tho 12,000 Internatloual troopB at Tion Tein and tho SCD othorB at Taku and Intormodlato poiut'j cau hardly koep uo commuuication, flghting incesBaD 'v With overwheltning uumberB. using fu moro uumerou8 artillery pieces thau tho nlliee. "Not a Bingla foreignor is now alivo iu Pekin," is tho luteBt Chiuceo roport which haa rcachod Shanghai. Earlior roports from tbo samo sources dcBcribo tho condition of tho Britiah legation aa somothing awful. It ia roporled that tho rooma of tho legation were fi' cd with Bick andwounded, the killed lying unburied in hoaps. Thrco Chineao servants of foreigners huvo eBCRped from Pekin. They rcport that iU tho fort-iiiners, ono thouaand in number, ncludinf; 400 soldiora, 1CJ membera of tlio (jhlnese cuatotna BtRif and a num ber of women and chil-en hold out till thelr ammunilion waa eshauBlcd in tho Britiah legation. Tho legation waa llnally burnod and all tho oflicora woro k'l'ed. It 13 reportud that Kwaug lisu and tho Dowagor Emprcss havo been poisoned. Loneon, July C. No encourayiug uews coraoB from (Jhiria, uuleas it bo two disnalehes to tho effect that tho Brif'h lesations wero beBiecedJuly aud thoroioro apparently had not then fallcn. On the otber hand, repor'i of tho annibilation of pU foreignere in Pekin coutinues to arrive. The proti pect is remotc of a relief force start'ng from Tien Isin anil Che Foo. A dia patch today says that in vicw of the lmmineuco of tho rainy aeason it is feared that. no advanco on Pekin ca be poasible beforo the autumn. A'l the Loadon papers benioan the irapotence of ttie powers ln tue present crtsis. lle porta that tho emperor of Cbiua haa commitled auicide and tho cmpreaa is iusano wero received Bimultaueously with tho account of the warhko edicte ieaued by tho latter. Siinohai, July 6. Intonso indic nation is felthere against the Biippoaed astiou of tho powera in roBlraining Ja pan from Beudiug an utmy lo Pekin immedialely. Tho powers are accused of beinz r gudty of murder "i are Prince Tuan's fanatics, and Sir Robert Hart ia blamed for not haviUjj inform ed the foreigners of tho immonao im port8 of arroa, eapcciaily a few week ago. The Chineao commandoiB aro prepp'iug for a long, sovore crrjpBiin and ore putting into operation plaua drawu by Getmtna last year for rcMBt ing invoaion from tho Beaboard of Rus eia. Two nalives who have arrived here cerlifv to the truth of tho statement that rrince Tuan visited tho pehce and offeired the Emperorand tho Dow ager Empreas the alternativo of poison or tho Bword. Tho Emperor, they say, tc ok poison and died within an hour. Tho Dowager EmproBa also choae pois on, but crnftily Bwallowed only a por tion of what wr" offered her and b- u vlved. Ou the samo day the Chineso customs bureau wui desi.'oyed, the in spec1 ir nud fitaff eecapiug to the leg tions. The stor" that all forcigner8 in Pekin were muraered on June 30 or July 1 appears to be circi''ating aimultaneouBly at Cio Foo, Shpnghai and Tion Taiu. Yot ii ia not coufirmed by oflicial de-8pa,o-bes aud ia not ttacsable to the Bouthcru viceroya who are s'Ml in cer tin rimmunicit'on with Pekin there ia a basis for the hopo it ;s unirue. 'Nowspaper correBpondenta here have gathcrrj nowa which pieced togotlier relato that when the foreigners, ammu nition wps eirhausled at Ppl'iu, the Boxors and imperial trcopa ruihcd tho BritiBh legation and pourcd into tho court yrrd viith fanat'fl fury. Tho forcign troops wero so liopelessly ou numbered that tbi.ir fa owaa corftin. Tho momeut that tho mob broko through, the court yard waa converted into Bhambles. Othe. s of tho invadera BDroad into the iuterior of the building. Ono correspoudeut adda: "It is only left ) hopo that in the UnHl taah of the mutderoua hordea tho men of the lega tiona had time to alay with their own hauda their womeu'.'ind nnd clvldron. Tho Chincse aro whiapi-ring the tei.i ble atory iindcr their brealh. Their attitudc towarda foroignora in the atreete bas undeigone aslrange change. The dcmcauor of tho better claaa of ChincBO is ono of pitj ra"ier tbiu of triumph. Siianghm, July 0. Thero ia no longcr auy doubt that disaalcr haa over takon the Ituaaian army of threo thou sand who lef Tein Tain for Pek'n un der Gen. Stillon June 11, with ftnl Qeld equipment and their own trauaports. Nothing has boen hoard of tho column iu twenty-tlve days and it is tiBsuined they wore ovcrwholmed by tho thirty thouBaud Kunhus aud Shensi troops which aro now al Lofa mcnr"3ing Tein Tsin. FKKE SILTKR I'LANK. Kansas Citv, July 5. Tho commit tcu on reeolutlotia carly this morning by a voto of 26 to 21 odopted tho plank conlalning a specillc endor8emetit of sixteon to'ono. lt waa not till four thia mornitig, af tor ton houra of uniuteriii)tod dohato, that tho roaolutiona' comraitteo dccided to liiBort tho silvor plank. Tho 8tuig glo agaiuat it put up by tbo caatorn nnd Bouthorn Statea, waa bo powerml as to glvo tho silveritoB only two majori'y, tho voto Btanding 20 to 21, Montana and tho Dialrict of Cojumbla not voling, Many of tho comralttoomon claim tbat tho silvor plank was dofeat- Tusn oi LSfe Thia is a ot'itical poriod ln tholifo of every woman ana no mistakca shoulu he matJc. The one vecognizetl ana reliahlo hoin for women vlio are apuroachiny and passmy through this wonrSerfuI chango is Lydla E. Pinkham'i VegttabU Compound That the utmost reliancc can be placed upon this great medicino is tcsti fied to by an army of grateful woman who have heen heSpedhy it. Mrs. Pinhham, who has the greatest and most successful experiencQ in the world to qualify her, will advise you free of chargce Her addrcss is Lynn, Fflass. Writetoher. ed overwholmWly until 2 A. m., when Blackburn of Kontucky began an im ppiaioned plea ihat Bryan'a wiahes be rcapected aud he let out upon the heads of the opponents such a storm cf deiislon tbat enough were won over to make un tbe Bmp'i'majority. The min orily wnl take a teport into the con vention, and it ia csoected the debate on thia quo8lion will occupy neariy, if not quilo, pU of today'a Bessiou. The motlon put at tho clo3o of Black burn'a apecch on Ihe adoption of a now Bistceu lo one silver platform rrsi ' d aa follows: Ayes, Alabama, A' "v A'kans'"', Connecticut, Colorado, Ida ho, Iowa, Kansaa. Kontucky, Maiue, ilasBachuaetta, Miasouri, Nebraaka, Nevatia, North Dako,r;, New Mosico, Oregon, South Carolina, Tenneasee, TJtah, Vormout, Waahington, Wyom ing, Ilawaii, Oklahoma, Indian Terri lorv. Nays: California, Delaware. Florida, Georgia, Illinoia, Indiana, Louieano, Marjiand, Michigan, Minuesota, Hias issippi, New Hampahiro, New York, New Jorsey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennaylvania, Rhode Ialand, South Dakota, Toxr, Virginia, West Virint ia, Wisconsin, Alabama, Kansas City, July 0. William Jen Diuga Brynn of NebraaH waa hat night unanimouoly plaf.d ip nom'natinn tt the Democratic cndidale for Preaident of ihe Uniied States on a phtfoioi oi po8ing impeiir'ism, milif,ri8m and liasts, and speciflcauy declating for the ftoe co'iageof 8'lver at the ratio ol 10 to 1. The nomination camo aa the culmini,ioti of a frcozied demonstra ilonl lUng tvveu.-aeven ro'nutea and giviog ultei.co lo all the pent up emoiions of tho vaat multitudo. lt followed p'ao a sluiggle tbroughout tb'rly ;ls hour3 conco'rning tho plat form dflatation on silvrr and on the relative position which the silver ques tion is ' d n'ntain to ihe, other great iaaucs of the day. Kansas City, July 6. As early aa tguo'clcsk tho galleriea were packed and do'egjtea were fast auiving. Espe c"i lu'srest is manifestcd in Dday's seaaion by Mjo genei.1' public, because il ia geieip'iy undera'',c 1 Byau woulu b'niaelf bo nre3ent and addreBs the convention. lt waa not untii lale in tho moinlnglhat nowaapread amon; the crowd that Bi.an wor'd not be heia. It waa 10:47 when tho chair-ir-in's j,.;vol foll but it w-. long before the aemblpnco of order was secured. A huah fe" n V -bbi Hcniy, mayor of Kon8', City, opened the proceedinga with piayer. Chahain Richardaon announced tho 11 1 at buaiiesa aa nominationa for Vic Preaideut. Alabama waa paased With out ucming any oue. Arkanaas an Bwored htt sho would jield to Illinoia for the puipoae of nominatlng Gen. Ac"ai Stevenson. Tho gp' eries yelled loudly, "H'", Hill." The proceedings wero interrupled by the noisy demon blration. A struggie vas going on be tween Now Jorsey and Now York for poaaesaion of a bauner. Sergeant-at-A 'rub Marun was mixed up in tho f ra caa. Kepreaontalive J. It. Williama of Jllinoia took the stand to nominato Stovenaon. At the coucluaion of hia Bpeech Illinoia and Kontucky were anouting wildly, trying to stampedo tho couveution for Stevenaon. Tho effort apoedily subaidod, howover. HoBsings, (Minu.,) uomiuatedTowuo, of the Populist ticket. At the mention of Towno's name hisaympathizera yeu ed themaelves hoarso. Tho most yell ing for Towno camo from tho gallerios. Nebraska aud Minneeota delegationa wore ulao enthuaiaatic for Towno. A combiuation picturo of Bryau and Towno waa brougbt in and ronowed the enthuaiasm juat aa tho chairmau waa quiotiug the audionce. Governor Thomaa of Colorado aec ouded Towuo'a nomination. Grudy of Now York nomiuateB David B. Hill. When Ilill was named tbe delogates wero all up yelling wildly. Lt oks aa if Iltll will goi, it. Pronunout delogatcB eay ho will cccopt. Tho Biandarda of Montana, New Joraoy, Tonneasco, Misaisaippi, Ala; bnuia, Mutylnud, Louiaiann, Ohio) West Virginia, District of .Columbia Colorado were tlutered around Now York. Tho yelling Btill contiuuod. Hill aroso to addresa tbo convention do chncd tho nomination. Sa'd hia name waa prosented without hla approval. For poraoual and othor reaaons ho could not nccopt. "Yob you will" camo from gallerioB, j