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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUIiNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18. 1901.
5 HOMER FITTS. GREAT SALE OF AMERICAN LADY C0R8ETS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. Sepfember 14 fo 21 Inclusive. To advertise the American Lady Corset, the Manufact urer have given us permisston to hold a Coupon Sale for one week only. These Coupons will be received as cash toward ia t the purchase of any style ol American Lady Lorsets which wc carry from $1.00 to $1.50 per palr. There are ten difteient styles for you to choose from; and most any shape you may wish, and it goes without saying there 1s no better Corset made at the popular prices than the Ameri can Lady. Come and bring your coupons and remember this sale lasts only one week. HOMER ftSoirth fain St. FITTS, Barre, Vt. ALAMITY, Is Something that afTects all classes of people. The rich aod the poor, the learned and the unlearned are all affected raore or less. It is ust bo with RiinusiATisM, it affects all classes, it is no respector ofpcrBons. In tho former caeo what will pacify one may not anotlior, lmt in tlio lattcr tbere is ONE remedy, StVSITH'S CELEBRATED CURE for RHEUfVSATISfM. Tlio Grcat IJlood Paiificr, wrich will ineot just tho roqnirnents of all who aro afilicted with Rhcumatism. Mr. A. G. Varncy of Brookside, Vt., uudor dato of Aug , G, 1001 writes as follows : "fWr. A. C. Smith, Dear Sir: Please find enclosed $2.00. Ship metwo bot tles of vour Rheumatic Cure. it is cunne; my wife and now I will trv it. I shall bc plcased to boar from all who are troubled witb rhouinatbin, or to rcceivo tbe namcs and addresscs of any snffcrers. Ifyourdruggistdoos not bave Smitb's Colcbratod Garc for Ruoumatism, in stock, it willbc sonfcyou propaid upon rcooipt of prico, $1.00 pcr bottlo, G bottles for $5.00. A. G. sSMBTH, Barre, Vt. Attho recent annual mcoting of tho American AsBOcintiou forthoodvanc mcnt of Osteopathy (abbroviatod A. A. A. O.), It waa voted to chango the nam to tho American Osteopathic'ABSociation (abbroviated A. O. A.); tuoroforo th chango in abbroviatiou bclow. Wo aro pleascd to furniah litorature explaining tho principles and praclice of Oatoopathy to any who may apply by mail or in porson BARRE, VT. 85 Miles Granite Bldg. Osteopathic Physician. LEWIS D. MARTIN, Graduate American School of Osteop athy and member A. O. A CILLEY & ABBOTT. Goods That Are In Demand This Month. llnrro. Albert A. BarRen1, i yountt biwyor of thl clty, wa tnar'l d tm WiMlneHday nluht. nt Alleiuout, N. Y., Ki Mls- Klla Barton ot tli t ciiy. A Kftvl"K bank 1ms llifi'ii eHtabllxliBd In coiim cioii witl' by' otti') hiiiI nltoiily h mniit sutn nh'oh liift l)"u cotitrlbutnd Hlto.lhi)r Iti .' ihiKh " now 011 dpoli. Tlio snp'jrlnlonilfiit atjB that In lnrmPT olnb of wliloli ho In (1 ohnrga, over 81,000 waB (li)pul (l ln ihli way BokIiihIiik nn "ViliiKcUv a f'irry hotns' dovollou waa held In St. MoiiIcVh O-vhollo nhiirch. B v. FVlmrH MolOnnu d Ih (limr.nrn wnr aii.1, un bv FuthiH Dlcuatli' of GrnuitKVllU, Ijimcg.ui of Wliltn ltlver .Tnncvlm.. O Ni ,11 nf Nnr'hl M I: MhI 0 ' nf W.ilitliui iii.d Hub-rt of ll'ihclteii, N. J. Tbo publto rboolR nf Uiirro nro hnvliia a boiillb tfrovi i ii, -t I 'm.i In ilie Hiieml- mee HullriH Cl.lllpl ' II I)l NUUxill) flllli ni u D. MnttinwHor, Tlio totl fnriilltnpn' for l.GUl ucilunt, 1530 it 11:0 hhihh titni lnst yuar. Tliorn Ihhu lnorH of Mn ti'Hcliern over !. .vcor, tiinUliiR i io'ijI nf fortj on . Of tbcn'-, flvo Mro colli'KO RraduuKiH, olovi'ii Hro from imrinnl c'i,"!h t'nl Uih riiiinlui!rr li.V" r o lvi it vu- kctioi 1 trlDllifj- Prof. iuid Mrn. O. O. Tln.ru m re'nrncd (V k'.'tlnlr Ikiiu" ni KiiiKiDn, 1 i., Bliemlluc tlio Huuiuio. ac tlio IhurB.oii li.uiii-sumil. U lirt Murr of Sldney, Aiifllrnll'i, wtm lins hecn vIhIiIiir lild litothiTH liore for tho paK t.wo lndtiilm, lf' f ir IiIb Iiouiii oti Wfld- will l) HHven woukn on hlilp limnl. Mru.C. P Kisher c-l'brti'd ou WH.lnc- l bor uuiuilutli lnriiiday nnnivi h at tlio bome of Mrn. A. G. Ijapolnt, Imr utugb ler. Tlils vminr.ililn Udy tlio reolplHiit of BdVxrul blnbdny Rlf'H aoil Ulsliy cillcd ilurt'iR tlio day to oxtumt ttiolr congrHiuia-tlouN. Mra. Eoima M Wnsf. wldoiv of tbn lato EbBHetzir Wes'.dled on Wi(dnert(liiy nioru- lrrn at, hnr lioiiii) on North Dtrnnt, H(ed elRhtj-four ynatB. M . and Mrg VVast movcil ii) o.irrw to VcrHtilrH iwoniy years beo. Decened lnuvtiB two iluuebtorB, Kno and Mty Vf', botti ofthlcl', tlm for in ur tliH long tlniu moimy ordor clxrk ln tho liarro tioBtolUco. ifnnorai SHtvines wore btdd Frlday aftf ruoun, Itov. EU1 K. M. Jouob cifllcltklini;. Tho Cfltitral Vonnonf AxHOola'lon of Bap r.lsta linld a two ilnyn nniJii ln I'nrrM luat wuok Tni'day an'd Wcduesduy, It biliiR Ibe nlnt)tv-i(iurtli annlvorxary ol liiin anoocm tlon. Aiuoiik tho ohnrolies riiprHBnied worc thosf IiiirrH, Aloutpallor, Urolon, Hardwick. Eihi Uanlwlok, Kindolph, Shar on. ICtist li rro anil Wouuorvnio Amone tbn nroniinciit Hpi'akors prHannt from om- sldn ttif cltv Wfirn Mrn. J. V. C-irUii, a mln slonary at rjii(;kouK,OtilM., litv. E. P. Mr- rinm or HoHini, iissHtanc oiii'or oi nio Walchman. and Kv Oharles S. Morrls. a culored misiioiidry in tho west of AfrlOti, WHterbury, WlllUm Coolny, who bas boen confitied to lils homu by illuKS.i.lH able to bo ont onco more. jHinna Klfo bocan the actlve oporatlon of nla now iauudry tliis wuok. Ii was dlscoverfd ou lant Wednpsdav eve nlng whiln O E. S:oit was at Biippar that blH Hwel-y Htoro whk fall of smoke It was tliuiiht tho ntnrn na on flro and Mr, Scott wiin Kiiiit or liiV'-Htl2iiion iiowfd tnat tuo plpo of tho InriiaCH ln (' D. HobitiBou'a Btore, wlilch a llolna Miat (,l Mr. Scott, liad becouio Booaratud. liad It nol lieon dlacov- ercd a Berious couflajration mlRht Uvo oo curred. Tho daniagu wtis Hlinht. Tho Ijadles Ald Society was enturtalned tbla wuok b, MrB. Ilookur. Jolin Ou'lor. Prod aud Harry Qabree, Clurliw and JdhodIi Drfvold, Frml Suini and A' Jllllnr of ihiN nlncu woro aiuoui; tlioso Itilureu last Wednuaday ln tho hoad on cjI- llssion l)Ht.we"ti tho Oentral Vfcriront frolght and work tralns at Eist Granville. Frcil Gabruo. who was at tirnt thoucbt to bo fatally Injnri'd, wiw tnoro comfortablo on Krida and tbe othera were expected to recovpr BOoulrom tnoir liil'jrlBH. Ur. V. r Mlimrd 18'ln YarmoitU, W. a,, for a fow uaya ln tlio Inloruat of tho Intor national Uuld Minine Comimiv. Misaaa Jiilta atilnman and Mrtto uuntu havo enterod tbe normal Bchools at UrtilRO wator, Masa. Many aro btlnz Kreatly bnnefitted by Smitb'a (Jeiebratod Uiire for lUioutu itlam UbihI bia advertlBeuieot ln tbis uane. New fall carmentB for ladleB aro boins ahowu ln gruat varlety at Uomor Kitta', Barre. Vt. Straflora. Tho Free Mmom bavo purohasyd a lot at Sontb Strafford ou whlch to orect n bulld Idr, tho upper story of whlch will bo for tbolr hall, tbe lowor story to bo a tenemimt to reut. Our aelectmen bavo contracted 'for two irou bridena, one to bo ut tho oroamory, tbe other at tbe uppar vUIheo. Mr. and MrB Geore F, CUandler and dausbter aro oimpluR ut M i .oma lake Ur. Aui'UHtus Maralmll and hia brotber Andrew of Roxbury, M-ib, aro spoiidliiu thalr Viiciitlon ut tho Stiafford Ilonnu List Bunilay ut tbo Cini'rccfttlinHl ohurch Hervicos wore beld approprlato to tho dath of our murdereil I'realdont. Our venorublo pistor ruado a moat fervent llt tlng p'aytr and tho Berraoa that followed was lu koepliii; wltu tuo occaslon, MoniUy, Santember 9, wan tho colden weddiut; uunlvoriiary of I'ator OummlnQB, aud many trlenda aud nelehbora called at tho nardounna to clvo tue caatomary con- cratulatlons aud Dettor atlll to loave proof of thelr klnd roiiard by a purao of ten balf eagles Horacn II. Udall and bilde, forruerly Mlsn Avla J. Simmons, rotumed from thelr wod iliuR trrp aud havo aottlod down to bouse- keoplue. PRESIDENT McKINLEY. CONTINURD VIIOM PAOR ONIC Watorbury Contor. Eiderdowns. We have Eiderdowns in all colors for dressing sacques that we are selling for 25 cents per yard. Our best grade of Eider downs is only 35c Per yard. Flannel Waists. New French Flannel Waists, a prettier Waist than sold last season at $3.75. Your choice of colors this season at only $3 00 each. Underwear, One case of Ladies' Vests and Pants, made of combed cotton, silk trimmed, in both Fall and Winterweights. Those for Fall are not fleeced and those for winter are. The equal of most 35c garments. Only 25c each. Mlss Katble Dllllnshatn returned to bor Bcbool ui White lltvor Junoilon ou Batur- day, Sc ptember 7. Mrs. May Groono with bor dausbter bas gono to vialt an uuclo ln Bennington. It ts tboncht Ilenry Thuriton. whose se- verelnjary was cbronlcled lmt week, ls lm- provlnR anu it la expacted lie will aoon ro galn bls norual couditlou. In tbe Waterbary nows of last week's Watciiman apnearB an ltora ln recard to "pBaterinn" Ernest 0maron when ho was uiarrled, wblcb atated that after bavtnc bad Oltntou Stnltb arreBted aud flned 80 72, be (Oamoron) repented and not only pald tbe niio uut tirrangoa bo tuai tuo uoys cooiu Hiuoko iuslead ut Boronado at bls ozpenso, Mr. fluilth Hsya Mr. Cameron illd not pay bls fluo nnd uo one bas boen able a yet to flud any one who bas araokod at bls ox- peneo. Ilenll J .son of Mr. and Mrs. Josenb Ren- nett, dled at the hospltal in Waterbary last Friday niobt. Tbe burlal was in tbe Itus- sell oimietery Suudnv afternoon. 1'rayor was offerod by Hov J. W. Illualoy, Mrs. Oliarloa Atklns ol Duxbury is vlait- Inn hor da'jRbter, Mrs. V. A. UilllngUam. Hev. J. Edward Wrlp;bt of Montpelier duy ni 7 A. M wlluti it will l)i lnki'ti lo Wfisiiiiiij'i.u and lo in "iuiu iiu wini- m 8i a. lt will nuti ut- tuK'jii io j..U' Hukfalo. N. Y..Sup . 14 -It if c r- tntti Uini im niao 8 on tlni PiOnldiMit s b idv will tin lioltl ludu orinitio Uio ix ict causi. t tli.'iUn. TIiih Is ihe wisii of nll t'io s-tiiii'. diB and plivnlci"B who i woro in utti 'nlu'ico. Tliu pi'Cu nn ho- ioii 1 llie 1, enidftu'-t huort w.t n rc . or Iobs of a puzz'o lo ihctu n'l a. d I) . SlcHurui-y uxp.i-Bdud tlio npini iii tu.n i lu tbo lnl rt'Bi of aciunoii is w U m m ihf tm.! rt ,1 of tho t'OVfr .inotit utM ihe wotld it wna (losiritilo lliat tlio f xtict , chu o or tti'n n tio ui'ionninco jiiu l'renulutil'n lioii-t ijavii troutdo trotn the bptritniinu biiv i'.i 'rrntic uctioii hr at OiBt ihouhl, in bu duo to lhi abock of tnp wound, lmt wueti tlio v'und h d hoi-un loprour. b i.iVMramv "" ncari yavo nioro troubie atin uiixioiy inau cvor. Its nction bt'cr.tuc 'oobnj aud lltuilly euvc oui ullogo'her. lhu I'icb Itlctitn di:alh was uuc to tionrl ux-hau-i.iuti, but Hotuo of tho pliysiolnnB do not believe thoro was ony orgunic hon t trotiti'o. Uuffalo, Sut. 14 Tho rroMtdont wna kopt nlivo nv oxyen irom hix ti'couk last ovoniog until hia death. Eirly In tho ovoning ho rccognlzcd Mr?. McK.inluy, sccrouiry uoruiyou and motubi rs of his cabtnot. Hls phy siciuua novc up all hopo of his rccovury beforo o clit o'clocK met nmnt, as tuoy upparonUy had Ittilo faith m Dr. Jaui- wny, tbo licart Bpeciatia-.. Ab was nredlclcd, tho L'roBidont'a dt'.utn wus calm and poaoofal. Evor aftcr twelvo o'clock ho liad pructlcally uo pulse aud the movoinout of tho licatt could hnrdly be noticed. All Uoffalo, dept. 10. Buffato wai a cily ot uiourutug on o;inuay. j.qb bluck (l npery oi inn ony-B Biruri uuu tbo mufllid tolllug bolls of tho churcbee woro nuticeablo. Uite of crupo ap tiuated ou bIoovos. The Eorrow waa iude8cribit)lo. lu tho morutug u sin lo Bervico took pUcu ai ibe roaidouce ou Ui'ltiwaro avonuo whoro the tuar lyrcd Pr. Bident diod. A hwnu wai auug aud prayor wob cff rod ovor Ihe dend body. Ttrnt was all. Only the immediato family aud the IriondB and po'itical BB8t,ciat03 of the lato Prosi dent woro presou'. Tlio scouo thero wus pathiitio in tho cxtrome. Tuen Ihe bodv wai borno oui to tho waiting cor tege'on tho browny Bhouldera ot uigbt Batlors aud aohllora of tlio ropub.ic. Tbo corLecro nabeed throuah oolid wallB of hving hutuaniiy, burohoadfcd aud L'rief-itnckon. lo tho ciiy bH, whero tbn boilv lav in stau-. Ttiore u rotUHfk- able (lomonstration nccurred which nroved how cloae the Proaident wus lo tho hearts of tho people. ArrauaomontB bad bcon roaJo to ul low tho publlc to viow tho body from tho timo it orrtvod, about 1:30 uutil about flvo o'clcck, but when tbe budy urnved iho peopio woro wedsjod iuto tho atreets for blocks aa far us tho oye c. dild roach. Two Unes wcro fonneu When flvo o'clock camo 40.0CO peopio bad ulroadv naBsed aud tue crowdB wuitini' below in tbo Btrtetseeemed un diminiBhed. It was doeided to extoud tho tituo uutil midmgbi. Theu for houra longor tho Bireots were donso with peopio and a constant Btrenm flowcd up tho atepa of the broad cu trunco into the hall and passed tho bior. When tbe doors wore closed at uiidnlght it was ostimated that 80,000 neonlo had viowod tho remaina but thnuaaudB of diaatipointed onea woro still iu tho streeta. Howovor auxioua, however norBist ont, however uuruly tho peopio of tho euormouB crowds tnicbt havo b-on prior to thcir admitsion, all waa ohung- eu as tney ouitr.'u inu ivmpiu ui iuu dead. Solomn vieau'cd. iu dtgnillod Bt lonce thev uiovod paat tho bier to viov tho faco of tho Prosidout. Iu twoa they went in on uithor sidc. All chss oa woro reprcsouted in tho throu that flled paat, tvpical indeed of tho doruoc- r.cy of lhu poople ovor whom Willittm McKmlov rulod a3 Preaident. Dunng tbo flrat" hour tho neoplu passed !ho cotalfaquo at tho rato of 115 to tho niin- tue. Liater woru was un.u i i inw iuo citv hall that in order to ow.omtnodato as many as poasiuioiL wuuiu uo wisu iu haaton the speed of tho peopio. Ac cordingly tho polico urgcd ttietn on. Attheondof tbe Urst hour it waa oa- tnuated ttmt something liko 7 C00 por sona bad passed tho bior. The Piif-sident's Will. Buffalo, Sept. 10. Preaidont Mc- Kintoy lett a will. Tho instrumont waa executeu eomo timo ooioro ino Bhootlng and at no timo duiing his flnal Buflerlng waa thoro any wiah or occa eion to roviao it or to framo a codicil. It loavea tho bulk ot his proporty to ilrs. McKinley. Hoff rauch tho estato it worth canuot ba Btated with exact ncs3 by thoao most fatuiliar with tho lato Prosident's buainoaa offairs but it ia bolieved to bo a goodly aum, al though not amounting to a large for-tune. THE AUTorSY. Eed Comforters. A large line of Cotton Filled Comforters, beautiful styles of rnvfrinrr; nf nnlv vl 9h P.irh preaohod a most exoellout aud apropriata cuvciuij,b, .u uniy $ .J L.ii.u. Bormo , luu naptiHt ohurch last Suuday afternoon, bls aubjeot bolni! the deatb ot our I'ronldeut. Kov. F. It. Gale of Btowe will proaob at tbn samo placu uext Suuday uttoruoon at turoe o oiock. October Fashion Sheets. The October Fashion Sheets are now ready. NEW IDEA I PATTERNS are reliable and up to date. No pattern sells for more than 10 cents. CILLEY 114-110 MAIN STREET, & ABBOTT - . BARRE, VERMONT, Dorlln. eorKO l'orrlu la tnaklng oxtonHlvo ro- palra ou bls houae. Ilenry l'errlu has tho foundatlon lald for a larRO barn, Tbo Everatt fuiiilly bavo returned "to tbolr bome iu Urooklyn, N, Y. Mr. and Mrs, J, J, MucDonuldspont Mou Uay ln Will uuiBlown. Mrs. Kiiiuam returnsd iroin uostou on Baturday, Mr. Gnnnlson is havlng aomo ropalra maue on tuo interior oi uia nouia. MlLBURN IIOUSE, BUFFALO, Sopt. 10. Tho following roport of tho autop ay ou tho body of Presidont McKinloy waa issuou at uvo oxiock aaturuay ai-tornoou: Tho bullot which atruck over tho breastbono did not pasa tbrough tbo Bkiii and did littlo barm. Tho othor bullot paesed tbrough both walla of tho stomach noar its lowor bordor, Both holoa woro fouud to bo pcrfcctlv closed by tho siitcbea but tho IIbbuo arouud cach bolo had becomo gangronoua. Aftor paasing tlirough tho atoiuacn tuo bullot paaseu lnto tuo back walU of tho abdouioii, hitting and tcariug tbo upper oud of tho kiduoy. This part of thc bullot track waa gan- gronouB, tho gaugreuo iuvolving tho pancrcas. Tho bullot baa not yol bcen touud. Thoro waa no slgn ol pcritoultla or diacaae of othor organs. Tho hoart wallB wero vory thiu. Thoro waa uo ovidonco of any nttompt at ropuir ou tho part of uaturo, aud deatb rosultod from tho gangrono whlch offcctod tbo stomach arountl tlio bullot wouiula, as woll aa tbo tlaauea around tho furthor courso of tho bullot. Doath was un avoidablo bv any Burglcal or modlcal troatmont, and was tho dircct roaultof tuo bullot wouud. Dr. Mattbow D. Maun, tbo Burceon who flrat oporatod on tbo Prosldont, eaid ln a aubacquont Intorviow that ho attongly Biispcctcd that tho bullot niuet havo boou a polsonous ouo, juigltig from tho condltion of tho tissue nbou , the wound. "As tho roport of tho autopay atatofl," aaid Dr. Mauu, "Joalh waa uuitxoid ible, aud tho ProRldcut was boyoud all Btir gieal and inedici! skill. lt tnaatiB that iho hu opy roveub'd the proBuiice of guugtotio ut tho poui' of uutraticc of tho bullot nnd nbitig its courso, whlch wo did notBUapiot Nonool thf ,hy" -ci iiia bad nti.y i tmoti to boliovu ihat tbo ilaauos about tbo wi iituls wero gaU' grenous. This whb u coudillon that we could uot kuow, tbcro waa no way for us to dotoct ll. To tboso vho uudot-Btand-uiPtlicino this Is obvinuj aud it is ruthcr dillloult to ixplain it to tio who has uot 'oken a courso in mt'Uiciui-." 'Tho tissuos ab jui tho outranco of tho budot, ovcn t ti uuh tbe Btitchea woro proporly closed, wore gungrenous. I may aay that it ls a vtry extrnordt- nnry aud adccldedly auspicioua circum atauco that overywhoro that bullct altuck it miulo ihiH aarne troublo. Wo found it iu tho walla of tbo atomach, aud iho track of thc ball ihrough tho upper pnrt of tho kidney wus also gan urououa. lt waa tbo wnrat iu tho wall ot tho stomach at tho lowor part. It is vory ovidont from the autopsy that tbo tissuos wcro poisoned by this iiullct at its outranco, and no eurgical nor medical skill could havo saved tbo lifo of tho Pre8idnt. 'Naturo had no opportunity to tnakc atiy progroaa in tho faco of this puiaonoua olomont, and, as you sco by our statetnout, thoro was no evideuco of any ropair on tho part of naturo. All ot iho othor organB of tho body were found to htve beou in a healtby condition, and the President's hcart was sttong onoub to havo euBiulnou the shock had tho liasuca not boen poi soned, as I havo atated." I3TJFFALO, Soi.t. 10. Vice-rrc8idont Hoosovclt look tho oalh of ofllce oa Preaidont at 3:25 Saiurday aftornoon ul the residouco of Aiusloy Wilcox. It was admlulslorou by Judgo liuzul. Whtle a hush leli upon thoao ac- aembied Socrota y Root eaid: "Mr. Vict-Preeldent, I " then hia voico broko, nnd for fudy two miuutea iho teara ran down hia faco and his ltps quivcrod bo that no could not coutiuuo hia utterauces. There wero Bympathetic loars from thoso abcut bim and to trreut tear drops ran down either cheek of tho Bucccssor of Willium McKinloy. Mr. Itoot'a chtn waa on nia breast. Suddonly throwing back hia hcnd as if with uu ello t, be cotitinuou in a broken v ice: "I have been requeattd on behalf of tho cabinet of iho late Preaidont, at leii8t ihoso who aro preacnt iu Buffalo, a l except two, to request that for reu aons of weight affectmg tho alTatrs of governmeut you ahould proceed to tako tho coubtUuiiouul outb of cllko of the Preaident of tbe Unttod Staloa." Judgc Hazol hud stopped to tho rear of Ihe Preaident, aud Mr. Roosovelt, coming closor to Secrctury Itoot, eaid in a voico that at flret wavorcd, but tlnully camo deep and stroug, whilo as it to coutrol his nervouauesa ho htld flrmly tho laptl of uia coat with his righl hand: "I shall tako tho oalh at onco, in ac cordanco with your request, and in thta hour of deep and tcrriblo ualional bo r avement 1 wish to state that it sbull be my aim to continuo, ab8oluioly un broken, tho policyof President McKiu ley, for the peaco and prosperity and honor of our beloved country." Tho President stoppod farlbor into tho bay window, and Judgo Ilazel, tak ing up tbo couBtitulional oalh of ofllce, which had been prepared on parcbment, asked tho Preaidont to raise hia righl haud and repeat it after bim. Thoro was a hush liko death in tbo rootn aa the judgo read u fow woids at a timo and tho President in a sttong voico and without a tremor, aud with his haud ralsed as atoady aa if carvcd from marble, repeated it after him. "And thua I swear, ho onded it. Tho haud dropped by his Bido, tho chln for an instant restod on tho breaat and tho Bilonco reniained unbroken fora couplo ot mtnuteB, ns though tho now Preai deut of tho Unitcd Sta.ea was offering eilout prayor. aubscQUoutiy I'resiuent noosoveit mado tbo followiug atotetneut: "Fol- lowing out tho briof atatoment 1 mado when taktug tho oatb,tbatl would fol- u,v the adminiatrativo liuea laid dowu by Preaidont McKinloy, I reque3tod tbo mombers of tho cabinet who aro prcsent to remain in their poaitioua, nl loaat for tho prcaont. Thoy have as- aured mo that ihoy will, and 1 may auy that I bavo aaauranccs alsQ from tbo absent rocrabors," BOFFALO, Sopt. 1C Tho romalnB of Preaident McKinloy loft this morning on a epecial train for Washington. Tho train conaistcd of tho car Olympia in which restbd tho body in tho rear. Noxt camo tho cars Huugary and Na plea, tho diuiug car Waldorf, thon tho llaleigh and Pticillc. A pilot cngiue preceded tbo train. Tho train is prac- tically tbo samo as tho ouo in whicn tho President took IiIb tranBcoulincntal trip. It loft ovor tho Pennsylvania road aud ia duo in Washington at 7:30 this ovoning. Washington, Sopt. 10. Tbo cata- falquo that haa boruo tho remaina of two martyred Prosidenla Lincoln and Gartlold is now roady for Prosidont McKinl y. Ovor its hoad is orocted an oloctric light and around tho bordora aro othera. It haa alao boon uaod in tho fuuorals of Vico-Proaidont Ilonry Wilaon, Gharlea Sumner and Oouoral Logan. Buffalo, Sopt. 10. It was an im poaiug iuneral cortogo this morning from tbo city hall to tho contral atation. Tho routo was lincd by ailout crowda, aud ua tbo boarao, boaringtho romaioB, passed, hcads woro bared, As tho body was borno from tbo ball to tho boarao, "Noaror My Qod to Thoo," was playod slowly by bauda, thon tho doad march from Saul. Tho body was os cortod by dolcgations from tho amy, uavy, Grand Army nnd Loyal Logion. At 8:30 tho funoral traiu movcd from tho Btatlon for Washington. Tho body waa accompauiod by cabluol oflkors, liio fatntiy unu cioso irionds, wttn tic taila from tho Unltod Statos troopa. UaiMtii. itiinia i ihUuin.il Estnblisbed 1842 Incorporatod 1802. O O O ZJ tl CLr 'Clr j . , FQR IMMEDIATE GLEARANGE . , . You Shall Have a Gliance to Purchase Them at a Big SAVING! Noto theso pricoa and ordor by mail. 200 pain of 1 1-4 Doublo Botl Blankots, gonorous in sizo and woip;ht ; bluo or ict; bordcr ; lino wbito wool, $2.00 Pair 150 pairs of VERY FINE DOUBLE BED BLANKErS, satin flnisb, bluc, red, yellow ot pink bordors, $3.25 Pair 00 pairs of 1 1-4 FINE STAPLK WOOL, both warp and woof ; full 1 14 sizo ; a snporb B'anket for $3.50 Pair 50 pairs of tbo MOST USEFUL FAJHLY BLANKETS, will wcar a gonomtion ; bandsorno onds nntl binding ; any color, 84: 50 Pair We mipbt makc all sotts cf claimsnsto "WORTK," tbat mncli misuscd word, and say that cvcry Blanktt bcrc quotcd was worth fioni f)0c to S1.G0 moro than wo osk. But "ACT IONS (and blnnkcts) SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS." ' Thoso Blankots carry thcir valuc, liko Unittid States currency, "on the face ol tbom." 100 pairs of .13 FINE 1 1-4 BLANKETS ns over we Baw produccd ovod boft, spkndid color j rich and plutnp 85.00 pair 50 pairs of EXTRA SUPERF1NE LAnlBSWOOL FINISH BLANK ETS, oxtra cvory way ; bigbly lc iommondid to tbe bojt bousokeopora. So theso tbo, nre tbe no plus ultra of B'ankcts 86.00 pair OUli SPECIAL BLANKET. gray or scarlot, cortainly all wool, a.id tbc first over otTcred at tbe pricc ia Worcester, Mas. Full 1 14 r!zp $5 00 pair Fino Extra size 12-4 BLANKETS, fit largcst bod, and plentv totitck in. Specinl olTer of very fine satin finisbed white 88.50 pair " 10-4, for SINGLE OR EXTRA SINGLE BEDS. FINE GLOSSY WHITE WOOL. ro.', yollow, blne or pink borders; finoly bound in silk. A splondid wearor S2.75 pair 10-4. HEaYIER WHITE BLANKETS 83-25 10-4, Heavier andFincr 83.50 Both of Ihci-e aro well worth lcokinp; up. Tho next piicc is S4.50, and for tbn you can bave as fino a 10-4 Blanket as anybody would wish to buy. "OUR SPECIAL" BLANKET. in white, gray or scarlet; posHvely all wool, and gunranteed the finost cver oll'cred. 10-4 sizc S4.00 pair TO THOSE WIIO PREFER A COLORED BLANKET, we recom mcnd a GRAY CALIFORNIA, 10-4 s'zp, beautifull v finisbed and bound; witb any color end? ; very specinl valuo $3-25 NEW COLORS AND DESIGNS IN WRAPPER BLANKETS, for Bttb Robcs, Lourgo Coats and all NeKlipee Dress, for both ladies andgentlc mcn. SPECIAL PRICES, SPECIAL STYLES PLEASE EXAMINE. COTTON BLANKETS. Of course, wc carry all tbe various grados of Co'ton Blankots as well. BARNARD. SIME8 k PUTNAM C0M - - WORCESTER m IJrookllolO. Mrn A. W Edion aud son wfat on Tuoa day to join her husbnd in thelr New Ynrk clty bome. J. W. Parraenter ls IraprovlnR bls houae and store by puutnn on a douUb-luck pl azza. Mra. Kose Elaon Stono rflturiifd bome lsit WHnk from Old Orclnrd Iljicu. Mls Ethel Wardner la boardliiK at War rcu WIIIUHn' thi.4 fall Hnd at'."Q(llus tliu ni(jb Hchool Mr. uid Mra. Quy Smlth of Hoston re cently vlalted tboir oousln, MHa Ab'ile Smith. Mlsa Mary Goidrlob rotnrned on Friday after vlsitluR tnr pirentH, Or. aud Mn, V. 0. Goodrioh, in Karrc. Mrs. Annette Gtinwo d rptarned to her borno in PlaluhVId tbe 1-iit of tbe week. Mr. and Mra GH'irue 0 aue vlslted at El win Olojatou's lu Williamstown lastTburB day. Mrs. Anua Strattou anil aun, Romeo, re turned to tbolr hoino lu Naahua, N. U. , last week. Mr. and Mra. G. C. Bitns of Northfleld vlslted at A. ti. Follanabee's the llrxi of ibo woek. Whlle Mrs. Georce Pau on was drlrlng her borae lest week, rlie tiltn oame ont of i's month whlch frlhttnnl ir, The anluial turned anmud, tbroliirf Mrs. 1'anton out. She kep' coutrol t her horae und eno.tpuil wbbout Berious lujury, Marcua 1'eck la lu Madaacbuautts on a bntlnesB trlp. Mra. Luoy Benedlot recently vlalted her pareuta, Mr. and Mra. J. U. l'oruam. Mra. O M Tuckermau returned to Mont pelier last Thuraday. Mrs. Philllns, wbo for tbo paat ten yoars bas been ln the family of Mra. A. Cbase at the Oenter, haa koiio to work now for Wul ter Ueed lu Williamstown.- Mra. Rlohard Cbnrcbill and two sona of B, rlin vlslted ber niotber, Mrs. Lols Buck, last Tbursday. Mra. Helen J. Abbott Is vlaltluK in Mid dlebury. Mr. and Mrs. Josepb Penn, of East ltan- dolph are vlsltinu tbeir dauubtor, Mra. Ja aou Nye. Last Tnesday Mra, F.Ij. Fullam, Bconm" tanled br slater, Mra. Knowlea, to ber lome In Natlck, Muas, whero abe willapt'ud aeveral weeka. Ollnton Edson of Randolph Center Ia teachliiR acho il at Broukfleld Oenter and boards at Ira Oarponter'a. Ilenry KUiIhu wus qulteaortously lnjured by falliuc rlfteim feet trotu a Btaplug whlle worklnR for Jolm IHaladell at East Hau dolpb last week. Kust Jlontpollor, Phoehe Templmou ia Ul wltb oryalp, Mrs, Walter Stoddard la alao ill Two mlllloii Amerloans auu'er tbo tortur Inu pancs ot dyapepsla. No need to, Ilur dock Blood IllUors curoa. At any drnc storo. Mrs elas, Ilorn oC tbo Moon. W. II. SnderB lost a horse last Monday. V. :Mr. Gladdlna'a last Krlilav eveiiine. aud Mra. Myron Loiik bave rouo to ltuff iln AirB. v. u. uewey nas ueen apuuii Iuk a week wltb ber Bona at W. II. Siud ors'. ;, - The Lnllns' Mlto socloty will meot with Mra. Aun Dlllon uext Thuraday afternoon. llow Ara Yuur ll(lnrya r Dr. Hobt's'SimruKus l'lllsL-uro all kidney llls. Ram tia tree. Add. tilorllutf lloaindy Co Cblcaico or N. V. South Woodbury Tho ladies met with Mrs. GoolidRe last Wedneslny nnd orcanized a Womau'a Mia sionary Society, auxiliary to tho homo aud foruipi miesioin. I'lio olliceis chosen were: I'resulent Mr.i Coolidge; vice president, M s .Ilittie Goodell; secretary, Krancea Goodell; treasurer, Knto Ball; financial coiiimitteu,N is. C'ora Beiijaiuin and Alrs. Mjrtio Lance. 1 ho noxt. nieeting wlil bo held with Mrs ora Ben janiin the secoud.Wedneaday in October lie Ladies Aid meet9 on Wednesilay, Sep teniber 18, afternoon aud ueniiig. witb Mra C'oi.i Bonjnmin uistead of Mrs s ark Goodell, M atated lait week All are cordially invited. Mr nnd Mr3 A Sulham speut lnst week in Morrisville vUitin? the fair Aunt Elizi Batcholder has been confined to her bed tho past week, but isnow better. W. Ii Angell who has boen rutiuing a milk wrrou f or a t'e v yeurs to the quanies, mado his last trip for tue present last Suuday niorn A M. Penjamin and B W Wheeler started out last faturday witb thoir tliresbinfr ma chino Dr G. G Ilall's sister nnd her lmsband of Mnssaclmsetts, spont a dny or two at tho doc tor's homo last week Ai thur Uenjamin was at boruo ovor Suuday from Goddard Semiuary. , Jtaal Calais. Lyman Gale aud wife of Wincliester. N. II., visited at F. J Gale's last week. Cliarlea II cks and wife of Lyncliburtr. Va , nro visitiufr tho Jlicks family at Hicka' farm. This U their first visit north und they are de ltKbted with Verinont scenery. Albert Uwinell gave a liuskinir party to about forty of hia ueighbors last rndayeven ine which was thorougiily enjoyed os sucb af fairs usually aro. 0. O Lanib recently purchaied of Joa Mears of Mnrshfield sir threo-year-old steera which bavo nttracted a good deal of nttoution. Sorue of them, it is estimated, will dress 7M) pounds. Last Sunday concluded Itev V. J. Coates' ODKaprenieiit of (ifteen Siinduys with the Un -versalist society and bo lef t on Tuesdny to re 8umo his stud'oa at St. Lawreuce Univcisity, Canton N. Y Mr Coates has dono excep tionally good work white liere, and cairies witli bim the best wishes of many frieuds for conti uod success iu liis work. Specinl servicos in ineniory of our la e Presi dent wore hold both morn'mc; nnd afternoon at Uniou cliurcli. Th amlieuce room wns tate fully draped witlMuouriiiug nnd n larue pto turo of lr. loKinloy, rostini; on an e.isel, stood in front of tho pulpit Tho floral deco rations wore creen and white. Tho choir sang in tho nioriunir "Ha k, Ilark, my Soul," by Sliolley, "Tho Lord is my Sliep.ird " Tho hyiiins wero "Abide with me," atid 'Nearer my God to Tliee." Wnlts Itlver. Mra. J. Oarter and daughter Catharine, who have Ih hii vlsitlUK Mr-.Jtrry llutoblu boii at Barro for a woek or bo, atarted for h'JUiK on Sunday. Whlle ttottlne around a Hbarp tum lu tbn road one of th' wheela Kave out, throwlnc the lsdles fruui tbo oir risKe, but luckily thoy were uot aerlously liurt. Tho hoiae ran about m mlle aud waa atnpped. Tbe ladies returned borno a few duya aro. Mra, Mlnnle Mllea la teaoblng ln dlstiiot No 5. Mr. and Mra. Ilenry Ghase were ln Washington on Wednesday and Tbnrsday.