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TKHM8, PAIIJ IN AUVANUH, Ono Year S1.00 Klltht Montlm 1.00 HU M.mtlis 78 II not I'nlil In Advanco, IS!J.00 n Yenr PEOPLE WANT A LIVK T1IB "WATCIIMAN" IS npnnl p i.i0m.isiiKi,Fon PEOPLE VOL. 94491). MONTPELIER VT. WEDNESDA.1l JULY 25, 1900. NUMBER 9 hnuttt L. P. & H. C, LAPIES ANP CHBL DRENS OUTFITTERS JUST RIGHT. SHIRT WAISTS, WASH SKIRTS Wrappers Corsets Hosiery Underwcar Petticoats- Bclts Gloves Neckwear Laces and otlier Summer L. P. & WE NEVER IF WE NEVER SOW. Our present propertiei nnd fncili ties nre earningnn amound sufflcient to pay eight per cent. on all atoek issued nnd outstanding. Iuformation, incliiding prico and tcrnis of paymcnt, fmnislied and lubscriptiom received by HON. CEO. W. WINC, Troas. Montpelier, Vt Ex-Mayor, Couniollor and Attornejr I THE AKER1 1AN CONFECTIONERY CO. (IN'COIU'OKATKI) ) fiH.MCKAT, OIT10KS: DEVONSHIRE BLD6, BOSTON, MASS. UNION DLOCK, MONTPELIER, Vr. Mannfacturing Depnrtnicnt, OG 98 Green St., Jamaica DEAD TO THE WORLD ti jrer18aCoodrhinneldfarm, Bituated on what is cal'ed tlie Brook road lePding from I lainfield villnge to Washington. Place is only 3 railcs from crearaery and Plainfield post oflice. Contains 1C0 acres land. about 40 of which aretillage, and 78 wrodland, balanee paa turage. Gpod sugar orcbard of over 800 ninples. Buildii gs are in good repair. Tliere are two nonses on the place. One is a story and half brick and contains 11 rooms, the other contains 0 rooras. Uoth i are in good repair. Batns aiealso in cood repair and consist of one 30x40 with Dasement, and one 30x40 with no ibaseroent. Place should keep 20 cows and teara. There ia probably3,000 runof hard wood pn place. Pnce is only $3,000. If you do not care to put much money into a place thiawill interest you. Farmowned by H. H. Lepnard, Washington. Vt. Place isknownas the Denniston Flint farni or i italey place. Contains about 175 acres, divided into GO acres tillage, 45 acres wood land, and 70 acres nasturage. The cow barn is 30x40 feet and there is also a horse barn whioh has a basement under u. Kunntng water at the cow barn. Place is situated 3 miles from cwamery.a 1-2 mile. from graded or 1-2 mile ifroin distriot school, nnd 1-2 mile from the post offlce. rhere is more than enough hard wood on the place to pay for it twice. IIouso contains C rooma in fairly good condition. There isa two story house on place which is not much good only for the material in it. Assessed for J700. Price 3000. Terraa 8230 cash. Store and Shop. A general store, located in South Cabot. Connected with the store is a good teuement coutaming 0 rooms. Also barn connected. Buildings in good repair. Also blaoksmith shop, nearly new. Good place for a man with a small capital to make money as the nearest store is 4 miles away. Publio lelenhone is in tlie store. Price for store. tenemont and blacksmith shop with 1-4 ncre of land. only ?G00. WU1 sell separately if one' dl S botli. Other information cheerfully given. . , Livery Stable, Blacksmith Shop and Tenement. Livery will accommodato 15 horses and u In good repair. Good blacksmith shop connected with the livery is also in good repair. Both are all nght and ready for buuness. If you havo a litUe money and are willing to put in some good hard work you can make money by buying this. The looatiou is one of the rnost dosira ble. Uther information cheerfully given. rJ?ld ?b.,U,1.ei1 Groery Dusineas Located in Barro City. Carries a atock of about o,uuu, ims is also a good opportumty to make money. We will be pleased to answer nny correspondonce rcgarding the abovo proportios if It is noi convement for you to call at our oflice. If you liave property which you would like to sell wo will be glad to liear from you FBX)MYOU 6 Pslt,TeIy bB no cost to you unleas a sale is made. LET US IIEA.K D. A, PERRY REAL ESTATE AGENGY, Rooms 2 and 3, Cordon's Block, Barre, Vt. TELEPHONE CONNECTION. BARGAINS tat COMMERCIAL STATIONERY. SOTo.cai. foi- Sctxxx-iolosi CIXXC?L 3Ex"loos Gleason, Fans Collars Ribbons goods. H. C. CLEASON, REAP Plain, Mnss. And Blind to His Own Interest A man must be to throw our Real Eatnte opportunities over his Bkoulder. The cheapest way to live on the top shelf is to own a home and to save tlie difference between rent and tbe sruall amount required for taxes and in suranco. Tbrough us a good property may also be Becured which will pay a liandsome nnnual dividend and increase in value. READ THIS LlSt CAREFULLY. vermont Watchman Co. FDBL1HUEU 1V1IBT WXDHIISDAT BT The Vermont Watchman Company, At MontDolier, Vt. Jluslncss .Hcro .Ucutlon 1'iano Tunino Mr. Edward II. Nyo will bo at North Montpollur for thn uoxt four Wooks. Orders nunt to W. G. Nyo. UiNION SKIIVICK. Notwlthutandliig tho Intcnso liotit a largo coDRregatlon guthornd at Trlnity church Snnday ovoulug at the uiilon i-orvlce liehl In tho Interoat of t o loual Younp Mon'n Ghrlgtlan As(oclatloti. Kev. O. O. Jtidkins waa asslstod In tho prelluiluary servlces by Bov. Dr. N rmau Soavor aud Itov. W. J. Clouos. Speclal lnusio was rendered by a quar tottn onmnnHpil nf Mra. f ir Murrllt fro F. II . Pufter, II. S. Uhanuiaii aud V. S. Bmitb, L. L. Leonard, cornotlst, Manter Frod Whlttlbr, vlollulst, and MIss II. Julla flrnna. Xr. !.annniil nlan.l HTI... t.n... Ohord" with rare purlty o( tono and porfoc tlon of oxecntlon, tho quartette Bang "Oome My Soul, Thou Must Be Waklns," Mw, Marrlll o.i.l Ml.. II.... ........ .1..... ' .1 wuu uiija u.una Dttujt tl uuub ttUlt 1U13 quartotto rondered "When I Ilavo Urossod TllO nrltlPlnnl mlilrnaa tt tlin Ofahlt. rr n.aa given by Seototary Merrlll on "The Voting oiuu h jurisuan Association." fllr. Mer rlll urgned that outside the church the Vnitlln Tu.fu fltllu!.... A n..nnl..lnn 1 dona more than any other agency to help young mon. Ile traced the early tilstory of tlio movonient from Its inceptlon In Lontlon Itl 18J1 . Utlfl Itd lttpll, Ir, l.uf nl, I. 1QI1 under tho leadershlp o( George Wlllla'ms, down to tho preient tlmo, whon It clrcles the globe with over 6,000 aBsoclatlons and a mombership of over 500,000. Secretary Merrlll shuwed that In Amori ca the movement Is commended and sup- nnrtml mon n,nmln.nl In l...ntH - ........ j , VU....U1, v IU DOl UUDIUVBB and professlon, who bollove tie assoclatlon work standa for the sulvatlon and chrls tlan culture of yonng men, coupled with all arouxd work of the broadest sort. work of the local assoclatlon durlng the uo jonia ui iis uiimouce. its iuiuro snc cess depends upon two ''thlngs men and mntintr. Tt. nr,l tlin lmnu ..I ..II ... I. n 1 1 hlm that Mr. Merrlll's prophetlc vlslon of the Montpelier Assocla lon may prove a reallty. Rer. C. O. Jadkins followed Secretary Merrlll In a few earnest words, plcturlng the Yonng Men's Ghriatlan Assoclatlon as the strong rlRht hand of the church, and as a fflAllnr fnr Ull tlia Khll.nl.aa ...l.tnl. buu.v.uuo, t uivu uawo not only men and money but appreclation. It Is a power for good which tho cburches of Montpelier cannot afford to ignore, but With Whln.ll thAtr nhnulil n.n.1. In nK.Ictn fellowshlp and with the cloaest harinony. I llAVA fnr fialn a ranlala.a.l Ta..An from the celebrated Hood stock farm. Thls animal ls a son of Belle Boma, llve years " f w..w n ...... u oa l .ai CftUW. OUlu UQ Ut beeetter of offsprlnK. He ls a thoroughbred animal on both the slre and dam a slde, jjoi.o uuma, uia uum, iiouung a recoru lor butter, produclng over seventeen pounds a WOfllc. .Prfnn rnnannui,la flall nn n- dress, F. B. Cahlll, Jr.t Plainfleld, Vt. L. E. CHITTENDEN. TTnn. T.llp.llin V. niilllnn.lan .lt.i.1 a..M.lnn noon at his summer home ln Burlington, after an HlneBB of only four days. He went frnm Nniv Vnrlr tn nnrllnninn ... i... - -" " . . . i u 11 tmcn V UtJ.tl ago to apend the summer with his daugh- w" uuu uVDU ,u tt Humuwuai enieeuiea condltlon since an accldent which btifel hlm three years ago, but he seemed to be much invigorated by the cbange of alr Bud sceno. irouiinaunj u wun IUKUU 111, aHU On oiuiuv uia uuuuuion uecame serious, On Sunday mornlng he began to fall rapldly and dled quletly at noon. Mr. Chittenden was born ln Williston, May 24, 1824. He was a son of Glles Chit tenden of tbattown, Ihe grandson of Tru man Chittenden and great-grandson of Thomas Chittenden who wasln 1777 elected the flrst Governor of Vermont and 18 tlmea reelected to that oflice. He was admitted to tho bar of Franklin county ln September, 1844, removed to Burlington in 1845, where he practlced with snocess, In partnerBhlp successlvely with Wyllys Lymnn, Edward J. Phelps and Dantel Roberta. Mr. Chittenden was ohosen to varfous public ofllces, the most tmportant of which was that of regtster of tbe treasnry ln the admlnlstration of Abraham Mncoln. After the close of the Clvll War, Mr. Chittenden practlced his professlon ln New York clty, with greater or less actlvity, almost np to the time of his death. Always of soholarly tastes and a prollflo wrlter, his contribatlons to tbe early blatory of his natlve State wore many and valuable. Ho had been engaged for several years In collectlng materials for the life of Gov. Thomas Chittenden, which was well ad vanced toward completlon. Burlal was at Williston with his an oestors. Goshen, III. Gene8soe Pure Food Oo., Le Boy, N. Y.: Dear Slrj: Some days slnce a package o your GHAIN-0 preparatlon was left at my oflice. I took it home and gave It a trlal, and I have to say I was very much pleased with It, as a substltute for coffee. We have alwayB nsed the beBtJavaand Mocha In our famlly, bnt I am free to say 1 llke the GRAIN.O as woll as the best coffee I ever drsnk. Itespectfnlly yours, A. C. Jackson, M. D. DOIIEItTY ON THE KAMl'AOE. Charles Doherty, the convlcted murderer, who is oonflnad In Jall here, had another of JiIb flghtlng flte Saturday. Deputv Shorlffs Traoy and Templeton ileclded that they would olean out Doherty's cell. When they attetnpted to enter thecell, Doherty grasped a chair and swlngtng It over bls head threat oned to braln them If they attempted to en ter bla cell. Mr. Traoy dove under the chalr and grappled with Doherty and was qulckly followod by Mr. Temploton. After a hot tussel Doherty was draggod Into tho corrl dor and placed In a chatr and Ofucers De merltt and Whlttler stood guard ovor hlm whlle the other ofilcers cleaned the cell. He made one fruitleas attempt to break away from bls guard but was qulckly regtralned. His aotlons are glvlng rlao to tho query as to whether he ls lnsane or only ugly. YEKJI0NT NEWS. The farm bnlldlags of Frank Slayton of Elmore were burnod Friday lnornlug, The flre oaught aronnd a chlmnoy In tho kltoh en. Tho barn was bullt about fllteen years ago at an oxpouse of about 82.000. There waa an lnBurance of 82,700 on the buildings asldo from peraonal property and furnlturo. Rev. Dr. Gerald II. Beard of South Nor walk, Conn., bas accepted a call from tho College street Cougregatlonal church of Burlington. Dr. Beard has been at Bouth Norwalk elght years. Dnrlng that time be has ralsed adebtof $35,000 on the church and been aotlve In the temporance and Snnday observance movement. HU reslg natlon takes effeot September 30, MONTPELIER AND YICINITY. Z.OOATj IlAl'l'BKINaa. Mrs. M. A. ningham of Essex Jttnctlon Is vismng Mra. K. A, Nutt, lier siator. You can get tho only rellablo pattorns, tho "ButtoricltB,"at Uomer Fltta', Barro, Vt. A daughter was born Jnly 10 to Kev. atul rare. u. w. uummtugs, lormorly of Shady iwu, uow oi uarianu, xue, Mrs. O. J. Glnason. Mrs. F. M. KRnilall and Mlss I.ucy Jacobs aro st Ijako Moroy iui iwu ur luree weoiss. Mlss Allce Burnam of Llttloton, N. n , ls uiu Kuest. oi .ur. anu Airsi uunton u. uown lng for a few weeks. J. I. Lavollo Is spondlng a two wook'o vacation from hts dntles In Stono Brother'a marko,t athla hotno In Ilichmond. Carrolt Mirvln auffrirad frnm a nnvnm homorrhage of tho lungs Monday ovoulng uui. ia reuurieu tuuay as comtoriauio. Mlss Floronco, daughter of O. A. Sinitb. goes to Lebanon, N. H., Wednesday to re- main witu reianvos lor tnroo weuKS. Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Peck wont Frldav mornlng to Fltohburg, Mass., to vlslt two weeks or moro with Laallo Peck, their son. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Cummlns and dauch. ter of Pierre. S. D.. aro euosts of A. O. Cummlns, fitlior of Mr. Cummlns, for a fow weeus. Mrs. A. P. Moulton, who has been tho gueat of G. W. Luce, her nephew, for threo weeks, returned today to hor hotno In Ha verhlll, Mass. Mlss Florence Flnch, who has been tho guestof Mlss Grace Uoughton for Beveral weeks, returned Tuesday to her home In Scranton, Pa. Mlss Besslo Meacom and Wllllo Whltcomb of Beverly, Mass., who have been gueata of MIbsus Mertlo and Ethel Whltcomb, left Tnesday for St. Albaus. Mrs E. A. Nutt went today to St. Johns bury to attend a aeaalon of court of equity for Caledonia county, over which Chlef Judge Taft ls prealdlng. Mlss Eanlce Baker went on Friday to Fltchburg, Mass., wheie ahe will vlslt for a week or more, and thon go to Martha's Vlneyard for an ludeflnite stay. Fred Qleason ls aBslstlng at the oflice of the Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Coin pany'a oflice durlng tho maklng out of the anuual aaaussmonts. The Methodlst Sunday-schoU will hold a plcnic at Berlin pond on Wednesday lf tho wealbor is favorable. Conveyunces will leavo the church at sharp nlne o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. G.W. ColbywentTuesdayto Provldence, It. I. Mrs. Colby will vlslt at the home of John Goodwln, her aon, whlle Mr. Colby triea the vlrtuu of salt water bathB for eczutna. Mrs. C. M. Learned wl)h Mlss Charlotte, her daughter of Bayonne, N. J., are guests of Capt. and Mts. H. W. Drew, hor par ents Mr. Learned will joln his famlly in about two weeka. A letter bas been recolved In the clty wrltten by Dr. E. E. Beeman from Giasgow Scotland, In which he states that he 1b en joying hia European tilp lmmenaely and is in the best of health. S. F. Carllsle, clerk at the Pavllion, Is re covering from his recenc illness and will take a vacation from bls duties for a few weeka. In the meanwhlle C. Edward Wheatley ls taking Mr. Carllale'a place. Mrs. Mary Jane Hinkson, nged eeventy slx years, dled Monday evenlng from old age at the home of Mrs. C. J. Holmes, her daughter, at Worcester. The funeral will be tield Wednesday afternoon from the house. Among tho preBents received by Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Dodge of Brattleboro ac their sll ver weddlng anuiveraary last week, was $57 in sllver coln, $10 of which was from mem bera of the Vermont lodge of Odd Fellows of Montpelier. The case of State agalnst J. E. Char boneau and Henry .Patenade of Barre, ar rested Friday on the dlsclosure of Mlko Mo CluBkey, cuarglng them with selling Intoxi cants, was nol prssed before Justice Lucla, as it was shown the tlrin sold noth Ing but "false alarm" beer. Ira D. Harran has commenced f ramiugi his new house on McKinley street. Thls Btreet is now equipped with Berlin water, hydrants, seweis, etc, and ls fast Decomlng a deslrable locatton for bulldlng, D. L. Sandera was the pioneer on thls Btreet, but hts nelgbbors are rapldly lncreaslng. Dr. Balph W. Newton has just been ap polnted as surgeon witb rank as flrst ltea tenant In tbe Unlted States aervlco and has been ordered to report for duty at San Franclsco at once. He left Tnesday even lng. Mrs. Newton will rematn wttb ber pa reuts, Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Harvey, of ttila city. What ls belleved to be a genuine klsslng bug ls on exhlbltion at tho drug store of W. E. Terrlll & Co. It was caught Friday evenlng by Mr. Terrlll lualde the store. Thls bug has an ugly looklng head with a body three iuchea long anil as large aa a lead pencll, and ls, altogother, any tblng bnt attractlve. Itead ln another colamn the advertlse ment of tbe Gulf Honse, at Williamstown Sprlngs. If you want u day off, or lf any one ls aeeklng a place of rest and reoreatlon, witb every comfort that conld be deslred, amld very picturesque and delightfal sur roundtngs, go to Mr. Gale's new hotel, or write him for any further partlculara you may dealre to learn. John Lynch, who was arrested In tho blghway near MDrton Marvin's farm Satnr day by G. V. Kldder, nnder inatructlons from W. W. Lapolnt, and who was later convlcted of belng a tramp and put In cbarge of a probation ofllcer, began work Tuesday at the quarrles of Patch & Co., after lying ln Jall a few days. Unless D. B. Celley of West Berlin lets up capturlng bears some one vvlll be Intro duclng a blll Into the noxt Legislature to protect these anltnals. Up ln the woods near the Moretown llue Mr. Celley trapped one Friday nlght that welghed nearly 300 ponnds. Thls ls tbe llfth boar Mr. Celley haa captured in Washington cuunty wlthtn a year, and eaally makea hlm the chatnplon bepr hunter of Vermont. Seneca Hazelton of Burlington, was on Friday anpoluted Supromo Court reporter by Chlef Judge Taft to flll the vacanoy caused by the elevatlon of Hon. Wendell P. Uufford to tho bench. Thls appolntment came to Mr. Hazelton entlreiy unaollcited. It is commended by members of tbe bar as ontirely llt and proper. The reporter of the Supremo Court dectslons req ulres a thorougb knowledge of the law, llterary abllity, and a keen Inalght, all of which it Is conceded Mr. Hazelton poasesses ln a marked degree. Attentlon Is agaln called to the aotlon of tho truateea of the Kellogg-Hubbard library at tbe time of their purohaBe of tho books and property of the Montpelier Publlo U brry Asaociatlon. They tuon votod "that all who were stockholders of the Mont pelier Publlo Library Aasoclatlon, Maroh 10, 1000, who wero not Inhabltanta of Mont pelier, are hereby granted the same prlv lleges as to books of tbe Kellogg-Hubbard library that tho Inhabltanta of Montpelier have," Stone Brothers' dellvery toam lndnlged ln a llvely runaway Monday on State street. In maklng tho corner at Malu Btreet, the wagon crashed Into a bloyole raok oontalnlLg three wheels owned by tbe employea of tbe Montpelier Savlngs Bank. Thn rack was wrockod and tho wheel of W, S. Stnlth wns Jatnmod badly. Tho othors were not datnaged. Tho wagon collldod with an olectrlc llght polo ln front of WII 11am Mlllor's store wrpcklng it badly. The horso was secured by bystanders. Thn Jnly Vermontcr Is dUtlnctlvoly a po- litlcal nutnhor. All nTnnllnnt. nnrt.rulr. nt IIoil. W. W. Stlcknov udnrnn tlin tltln iihib. and cuts of Hepttblican nomlnoos for othnr B atn oillcors aro also given, Frank L. Greenn, edltor of tho St. Alhans Mr.tiir contrlbutrs an interesting artlclo on "Ite- pnuiican J'artys jstrtii" . nd Bnartlcleon "Jacoh Collamor" by O. M. Tltikam of Pomfret will attraot wldo attentlon. A sketch and portralt of Judgn W. P. Stafford rounds out an oxceedlngly lntorestlng ntitn ber. Mrs. ItoBamond P. Downor. aged elgbty hIx years, dled from senlle denay Monday evenlng at the hotno of John P. Wltislow, hor nopuew, ln Berlin. Mrs. Downor was tho only sNter of tho late Uotiinr W. Iloa ton of thls clty aud tho last survlvor of that lirnnnli nf tlia tiimllv l.a.u ...111 1. .it.. .....w..u. v..u. , ..uiu ... (J n n 11, UtJ U11U1- ed at Mr, Winilow's hotno at two o'olock nml tlin flinAral nrtll lm'li.il.l nf Kr.a. T1nn. . ..... ... , ....... (i u iuin, iunu' or's lato homo at Berlin Corners at tbroe o uiuck weunesiiay aiternoon, Kev. J. lsa ward Wrlght oniclatlng. Burlal will be ln the cometory at Borltn Cornors. Tho Vergennes corrnsnnnilnnt nf tlm P Prett has thn followlng pleasant notlco of Prof. E. O. Ham, tho nowly elected prlncl pal of tho Montpollor Hlgh school: "Prln. clpal E. G. Ham of the Vorgennes Hlgh echool has reslgned and has accepted the posltlon of nrinclnal of thn MnntnHll school at an Increase of salary. Tho pat rons of the Hlgh school are sorry to lose Mr, Ham as be has bullt up tho school ma terlally whlle hnre. Mr. Ham is a gentle man of genlal and ilne sooial quallties and will ho micsed at our soolnl gatherlngs. All wlsh hlm success ln his now fleld." Tho Montnellor Assonlatlnn nf tional mlnlsters will meet at tho Young fnn'a nlirlallnn Aaanntn.ln 1.. .11.11 I " uuU u U.1I..U1UU ; .100UI.1I1VIUU UUlllllUg U Montpelier at half past ten on Tuesday mornlng, July 31. The programrao as ar ranced lncltidHS a illsniisslnn nf m fniinnr. lng toplcs: "What Is 'Hlgher Criticlsm' and what should bo tho attltude of the church towarda lt?" Kev. 8. F. Drow, Waterbury: "What ls Church Fnderatlon and what are ltsprsctlcal resnlts?" Rev. D. L. Hlllard, Cabot! "Water Baptlsm," Rev. A. J. East man, Oholseaj "What should be the mlnlB ter's attltude towarda the Bualness, Soclal and Educational Intorests of tho Conimu nlty?" Rev. Dr. W. 8. Hazon, Northfield: "Plan of a Sermon." Rev. R. W. McPhnr. son, Woodbury. Dr. T. W. Partra liaa fnltinA.l TT7I1 ' , tu.uiugu iium 11 11" tnnoliriv T.ulra wlia.a lia nml f - . It , -I... x .. .. j - - ...... . . . . i u i. ij .in. uiini ir Hruci and Dr. I. II. Fiske and famlly have been wniiiiiiuK. iua uiuer memoers oi ine party will remaln for some time yet. The even- ( tl Ct llil f n r.l P Pa.lra 1 11 f . nnmn I. .. . J T "1 . " -' ' 1. 1 11.1 iu.u V. II 1 11 p 11 u tUU USt Flske had a curlous experlence whlle on iue iuko nsuing. xuey nau nsueu ror some t.VPfl TinnrH nlllinnf nnttnrr a Viln n.l tl 1 1 ...VUwuvf,uvi..u c uiio nuu uuttnjr agreed to glve lt up and return to camp. Dr. Flske had no sooner thrown down bls puie iu iue ooai man ue was startlou by tho whlr nf lila rnal ll.aanlnn i nnAl 1. j " ' t v. i .... j. i u i aaiit ii n found that a flsh had caught the hook wuiuu was irauing on tue iine in tne water. TTn nnnn lanilnil lito iramA aml fnn.i t.n i.n.i ...... .. . .. , ... ...i.i i ii ii ii i. ij u uau captured a bIx pound lake troat. On coniDlaint of Manacrer T.annlnt. DffinRr Kldder arrested John Lynch of North Ac ton, Mass., on Saturday, near Dewey park. xjuiuro tiuaiice Liucia iyncn stateu tuat ue was a quarrytnan and had just finished work at Acton and started wfth R22 ln his pocket for Barre where he had worked a few years ago. He becamo lntoxlcated ln Lowell, Naabua and Concord, lost his money and so arrlved here this mornlng on a frolght. He said be had not been drunk before iu three years. Not havlng had any food for three days, he admitted that while on bls way to Barre on foot, he asked for some tblng to eat at a bouse near the car barn and also for some milk at tbo cream. ery. The court sald he was lncllned to be- neve ijyncn's story, bnt under the law he was a tramn. Ho was sentencnd tn nnt, lnna than Blxty days nor more than slx montliB1 conflnement ln the house of correctlon. Executlon of the sentonce was stayed and Lvnch was turned over to tbo probation ofllcer, pendlng future good behavior. He was commltted to jall for a day or two ln order to give thh conrt time to notify Pro batlon Ofllcer Stanton at Roxbury of his new cbarge. The Tramp Who Lost His Eyes looklng for work was out of Bight. The man who became uninsurable trylng to de clde when and where to insure, was out of aeaaon. xue oeat insurauce ln tbe world Is always ln order. Natlnnnl Titff, TllWtlronnH flnmnann T7 . mont, 8. 8. Ballard, General Agent, new iiaiiKiiuu muuK, juonipeuer, vc. THE OHANOE COUNTY DEAL. V.iittnr nf Wnli-h -j i. u.v.iiituii uitu uulllUl-'UOUi V WntHmnTI nra u .uT.n.ia.l tn I... n.. .. .1 nt 1 . 1. . . ....... ...... ..j.j. ...y .uuavo nuiiBau tua Democrats of Kentucky to shut their eyes nnil lalrA t li n r.n 1m 1 ( n 1. .. . ....1.1,. An . i dld their wblskey; but consclentlous and ooii-ioDiicuLiuK itepuuucana oi urange coun ty will need to hold their noaes as well as Bhut thnlr nvfAH tn aixrQllnup 1ia that were mlxed Into the doae prepared for Ih-m Yiww 1.a 1 1 . 1 . 1 . ' . ..uui vj i.uo iiuiii.iuai uuciurs at our jace county conventlon. RnmA nf nnr nnllltnal .i...... t . ... " - " j.u.n.u. I,IDID-1UUI ua- pers tell us If we would set tbe pace by a Kuuu unjiuunuiu uinjurny iuib lait, we must qult quarrellng among ourselves, 1. e., take the dose we glvo you. But there 1b no ne- Cnssttv that wn nhnnhl anlnNaTBmmnn. - - -- -1 " .. ....... v, .. ,.u 1 1J 1. Duiujitu y metbods for that purposo. Wo know of no rotion egga iu the State ticket. We can glve that agood old-faabloned malorlty and unworthy men out of the Legislature. It ls uuiuoi iu bouu no representauva irom town or county than to send the bargaln counter ntnmn nf m . n r, n. (1 1 ,. 1. ., i two columns of the Groton TVmeUostralgbt- du uui mo -augiea'- oi inat tlCKOt so lt Will run on a Btralght road. WhatflVAP nthnra mai iln l.nA Ii. RAnltl.lti.an I ti , I. .. ..... .. ' ,. . i deltvercd to Blll Vlall by any bargalnlng .iuuicnuSuo. xi x iuuih voie ior a uemocrat i preier to vote lor a truo ono, every tlmo, mlllAP than fP nrtn ... I n I .. ....III . . .- . ....... . u . vj i. u n i.yj in naiiiu iiuuur falso colors, aud if tbe Democratlo oindl date for Senato- in tbe Randolph dtstrlct Is a decent man I wlsh he mav be elected rather than Mr. Vlall. Orange Countv Rkpdblicak. KNIOIITSOF 1'YriIIAS The Kulzhts of Pvthlas of MnntllAr and Barre have accepted an Invltatlon from uiu iniguta oi uuiungton Ulstrlot to ac- oompany tbem on an excursion on Lake unatnplalu on Thnrsday, Julv 20. A spe clal tralu will leavo Barre at 7:30 and Mont pelier at 7:80 that mornlng, arrivlug ln Bur lington In tltne to take tlin RnlmlAur at tan o'clock, Fare for tho round trlp from Barre and Montpelier will bo one dollar. A stop of one hour and a half will bo madu at Adama' Landlng for dlnnor and the boat will roturn ln time for tho vlaltors to leavo Burlington on tho 4:20 traln. Tho exour Bion ls for members pf the lodges, their fam lllea aud Invlted frlends. All Knlghts of Pythlas and their frlends aro cordlally Invlted. Kodol Dyspcpsia Cur "Dljests what you cat.' WIIilitAMSTUWN UULF. A WIIil nnd PIcturostMio Spot. Its PrimlUvo Atlraclioiis rntnct. A Do llghtful Sumincr Ucsnrt. Tho Now Oiilf Honso. Scokors of Hco rcatlou May Oo Ftirtltcr and Faro WorsCi Vormont ls not the Scotland of Amorlca, aa It ls sotno tlmus called, but tho Stato bolds in thls conntry about tho samo rank, ln respect of natural a tractlons, as do tho Hlghlandsof Scotland in tho Old World. "Williamstown aulf," unpoetlo nnme In tho lltoraturo of 8cott would bo thedellght ful hlghland pass Itla and tho great Scottiah poot would havo Invoatod it with all tho ro manco and glory ho gavo to hlghland glens. Ho would havo clothcd tho sldea of tho toworlng hllls, rlslng abruptly from tho nre- clncts of the ravlne, "With bougln that (uako(t at ercry breath, Oror lilrcli nnd nipen wcpt bencath) Aloft tho aih and warrlor oalc Cast nnchor In the rlfted rock; And, hlgher yot, tho plno tree hung His thattered trunk, nnd trequont nang Where leetned the cllfT to meet on hlgh, bon(?ln athwart tho narrow iky( Hlghest of all, where white peakt glancod, Whero glistenlng itrcamers waved and dancod. Tho wandorer's eye could baroly vlew Tho sammer heaven's dellclous bluo: So wondroui wlld, tho wholo raJght teem Tho cenorr of a falry drcam." Sltting on the voranda of the Gnlf Houso, gazlng down tho narrow deflle and np tho almost porpendicolar alde of the blll, somo hundreds of feet abovo you, with brother helghts Interlocking and toworlng aronnd . one might easlly people tho glon with Fltz James, liA,l.'0,low.ln'5 Koderlck'a itrlde, ho drew lliat eeralng loueiomo pathwaj thiough," and expoct to see at their chleftaln's whlstle Bprlng up from copso and heath "bonnets and spears and bended bows," and every buah "glve llfo to plaided warrlor armed for atrlfe." Tho locality and its sarroundlngs are strlklngly Bnggestlvo of the mountain labyrlnth outof which Roderlck Dhti, in the numbers of the Lady of the Lake, led Scot- land's lost and wanderlng klng. As a summer resort the Gulf had dlsap peared from public notlce Blnce tho burnlng of the old hotel there some twelve or thlr teen years ago. Durlng the past year E. J. Gale has bullt a new and large hotel, ln the mldst of the hllls, near the locality of the old one. There are broad verandas, and In the Interior, airy corridore, a commodlons offlce aud dlning room, and largo sleeplng rooms, slngle and in sultes. These are sup plemented witb bath and tollet rooms, all with modern furniahings. Tho lnterlor ls flnlahed ln natural woods, ls brlght and cheery, the furniture ls new and stylisb, the bedscomfortable and tbe appolntmenta everything the most fastldlous could .dealre. The table and servlce are as good as at the best hotel in tbe State. The llghtlng is by acetylene gas, from tasteful flxtures. A pool table, ball room, plano, and other means of enjoyment, aro provlded for the evenlngs, or forblddlng weather, or for tbose whom the externalcharmsof the place do not always attract. Tho drlves through and around the Gulf are very attractlve, and for pedestrlans Mr. Gale has conatrnoted pathways through the woods and np the hllls, which rendor good vlew polnts and shady retreats easlly ac cessible. Mr. Gale has purohased some nlnety acres of the snrroundlng woodlands to ln. sure their preservation, and from year to year will improve the traot and add to the means of summer recreatlon. The placo is easlly reached by carrlags drlvo from Mont pelier, Barre and snrroundlng townB, or by rall to Williamstown and thence by car riage to tbe Gulf. In Mr. Gale and his as sistant, Mr. Bass, vlsltors will flnd caterers to their comfort and enjoyment, who are famillar with the bualness and leave no effort nnemployed to make tholr stay a pleasant one. There ls no more delightfal, or reatfal, or deslrable place for a summer vacation, or for rest and recuperatlon. The Gulf ls easlly reached, the expense ls sllght, and all the reqolrementB of a ratlonal summer resort exlst In the natural snrroundlngs or are supplied by the proprietor. Mr. Gale's enterprlso mertts tbe fulleat encourage ment, locally and from abroad, and the GuIf.Houae deaerves to be fllled from the opentng to the cloaa of the season. Those who have been bls guests since the openlng of the new house are his best advertlse ment. Cushniau-Kcotl, A vory pretty home weddlng took place on Wednesday, July 18, at the residence of Mr. George B. Beed in Cambridge, Mais., the contraoting partlea belng Mr. L. W. Cnahman.profesaorof Engllsh Llteiature In the Nevada State Unlveralty, Reno, Nev., and Mlas Mary B. Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Reed. The brlde was gowned ln crepe de cnine, over sllk, and carrled bride rosoa. The famlly pastor, Rev. Dr. McK-nzIe, belng abaent In Europe, tbe brlde'a coualn, Rev. Dr. George B. Spaldlng of Syracusn, N, Y., and the Rev. W. N. Mason of Epworth church, Oam bridge, oftlciatetl at the weddlng. Dorotby, tbe llve-years-old daughter of Mr. and MrB. Stanlei B. Hlldreth of Cambridge aoted as mald of honor. The parlors were tastefully decorated with flowers and tollage. Only relatlves and a few Imuiedlato frionda were preaent at the weddlug and the receptlon that followed. Among these were the brlde'a a; nf, Mrs. Joaepblne Poland, her dangbter, Mary, her ulece, Mlss Annlo Reed of Chlcago, Mrs. Dr. Spaldlng and her daughter, Mattle. of SyracuBe, N. Y., Mlss Belle and Mlsa Lottlo Crovs, Mrs. Mary Walton Dewey and Mr. and Mrs. Hlldreth of Cambridge; also Ool. T. W. Hlgglnson, ?&!..WmJlam,9: Laue' Hbrarlan, and Mr. Wllllaui H. Tllllnghast, assUtant Ubrarlan, of Harvard Unlveralty Library aud Mr. Charlea K. Bolton, Ubrarlan of tbo Boston Atbonnjum Librsry. A plentlful collatlou was partaken of, and the brldo was tho re. clpient of many beautlful presents. J)oc8 Coffco A(,'ree WHh You? If not, drink Gralu.O made from pure gralns. A lady wrltes: "The llrflt tlmo I made Graln O I dld not llke it, but after ualug It for ono week nothlng would Indnce me to go back to coffee." It nourishes and Jeeds tho syatem. Tbe chlldren can dilnk lt freely witb great bonerlt. It ls tbe strengthenlng BUbstauce of puro gralns. Get a package today from your grooer, fol low the dlreotlons In maklng It, aud you will havo a dellclous and hoalthful bever age for old and yonng. l5o. and 25o. A GREAT SHOWING. In Men's and Boy's Negligee Shirts. Every kind of a shirt from the cheapest that is good to the best that is made. We have exclusive sale of the Monarch, best fitting shirt made. Also other makes just as good. A, D, Farwell Go. 96 and 98 Main Street. All goods sold for cash. H.S.BOARDMAN M.D. SPECIALIST IN ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. Offlce at Residence, 107 State St. Offlce hours: 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 v. m. WITH STATIC ELECTRICITY We treat all forms of Rhonmatiam excapt Acnte.i Neuralgia, Neurastbenia, Sciatlca, General Norvons Dlaeases, Splnal Troubles, Paralysis, Brain Fag and Insomnia, Dlreases of the Chest, DiueaBea of the Circulation. Dlseases of Women not Burglcal, Ear, Nose and Throat. Galvanic and Suinsocual Cur rents ia form of Electric Batbs in Chronic Rheuma- tism of the Jointe. X RAY EXAMINATIONS. SK1N DISKASBS Treated by Electric Baths. ONE OF. NORTHFIELD'S CITIZENS iwoll kuowu In Montpelier, talks about ..... MAGNETIG TREATMENT. Northfield, Vt., July 12, 1900. For nearly 40 years I have been a great sufferer from rheumatism, and have paid out more than two thousand dollars for doctors and medicines, and stilh had rheumatism. Last April I was hard un nnd sink. M lion.I was badly affected. I believe I was threaten ed with apoplexy. My blood all nished to my head. My face was pnrple and I was dizzy One side of my head got numb. I thought 1 was palled for. I went to see Prof. B. Geo. Wilkins one eveuing and he told mo what ailed mo, and said ho could curo me. I doubted it but knew I must try something so told him to no to work. He cavo me r1iBf f once and oured mo in a few days. In fact, I10 s.ived my life. I have only been treatod four tinies and I havo not seen snch health in years. I have not felt rheumatism for four months. I feol to commend Prof, Wilkins to tho public. He knows his bmineBS and dem- onstrates it in a practicnl way. Respcctfully yours, S. A. IIATCII. Why try to stick things with some thing that doesn't stick? Buy MAJOR'S CEMENT; you know it slicks. Kothing brcaks away from it. Stick to MAJOR'S CEMENT. Buy once, you will buy for ever. Tliere is nothing as gootl; don't believe the substilntrr. - mM-AWJum,wM MAinR'C nnnncD .m.i ui iaihi. 1 i-.v,,r. - ""n HIIU IIIHJUIt O L.CHII1CI.. TwOKp&ratecvmpntii-thehmc. lonliitonliaTlngUiem. . . ESTAI1LISMED 19 anl a rcDta cr txittls tt all drojnrUta. MAIOR CEMENT C0.. NEW YORK CITY.