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TKlt.AlS, t'All INAHVANOK One Viiir tfl.flO ElRlit Montli 1.10 Ulx Miiiitlm Jft irnoti'nlil In Ailviiuru, S.OO n yenr PEOELE WANT A LITK WK1KIV KKW I'.WKIt. TIIE WATO PF.OPLE I'tntr.i.Hii the VOL. 965028. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMBER 10, L902. NUMBEIl 37. spie TEriPLE-ricCUEN Co. MONTPELIER, VERMONT. New Meicliainlise for Fall and Winter.... Every day brings somethine: new New Dress Goods. . . - . silks and Trimmings. Frencli Flannels for Waists Plnin and Fnncy, 35c, 50c and 75c per yard 200 pairs 10x4 Blankets CORSETS Something New at $-QQ We are showing the Latest Novelties Cloaks, Suits .and Furs WALK1NC SKIRTS, $2.98 up WALKIIMC SUITS, $10.00 up TAILOR MADE SUITS in all the Latest Styles from $8.98 up V6LOVE-FITTINO'! llLITANT" WAIST Madc from French Flannels, Silk, Volvet and Pean de Soiefrom S1.25 Up Anothci- lot of those 12 50 RAGL ANS at $S.93. Oxford, Gray and Tan. 15 doz. MERCERIZED PJSTTICOATS with donblc ruftles at 98c NFW FMI I INF II "We havc a new and complcte line of CARPET5, RUQS AND ALL KINDS OF FLOOR COVERINQS, PORTIERES AND LACE CURTAINS WELL5 24 State Street, & 7SA0E ttARK tesosnor Genttemen is proving to be the most satisfac tory Men's shoe we have ever sold. VVe have " Waukwells " in all sizes and styles, and can highly commend them for style, easy fit, and long wear. Be sure and sec them before purchasing inferior shoes sold at the same price. We know the " Waukwell " shoe will please you. AT UNION STCRE C4 Maln St. - Montpellor Eerman & HJorris DUSTERS w O llflVO a lot of I.ajt Dnstcrs thnt vc will closo out nt tbo following prices. 2f, 30, 40, fi() cfp, cnoli. 'I'heKe urt ull lu w goods nnd goort stylo bat nro in brokun lots, n fuw of cach kiptl tlint we wish to cIohc this RenBon. The Flanders & Pierce Co, Montpelier, Vi. Verniont Wfttchniun Company Job l'rintors. Also inauiifucturcr of Kubber Ilap Value 75c at 59c per yard -Call and see ns before biiying. BOYLES, Montpelier, Vt. That Bcautlful closs. ooiuos from tho vnriiish in nevoe's Vnr-ni-h Floor Pnint; costs ." eents moro a qunit though. Sold liy Abhott & Bnlloy. Mfa CHICHESTEFI'S ENGLISH P EWROYAL PILLS W.-r7v ..... "rlKlnol nncl Onlj (Jcnulne. J t&m. CIIICIIESTKIl'S KNGLISII '-4tSin "ED Gold metilllo bnti. itila TTv r TJrd ?' Wt rlbbon. Takcnoother. Ilcfune Pl vO Ilanirerou Hubntttutlonn and Imltft. I " fT tlon. ilujr of jour muggwt, or .-ad .c. la I fl iinipi rcr -rtlcular. Te.tlmanUK V'e t$ nJ"lteUrrorI.aiem"inll.,bro. 1 lurn Mall. 10,000 Te.tlmooltli. Sol.lbr ileutlon this putier. .Slntlun t, IMiUn., l'n. B. J. GRIFFIN, Prin., SPRINQFIELD, mass. Griflln'a stwlents got tlio best paying lositions. Every stutlent from Vermont whu ntteiuled tlio scliool last ycar is in a position. Seud for catiilogiio. (8 Cftj&zrzr This Blgnnturo ls on every box of tho genuln Laxative Bromo'Quinine Tabkta the remeily that ouros n oolil In ono tn.v Examining the coal bill is not a pleasure, unless you own and enjoy the comfort and fuel economy of a modern HOT WATER osr STEAM SYSTEMC' IDBAL Boilers and AMEKICAK Hmliaton. PECK BROTHERS GO Nlaln Stroot I 11 Businoss Wlcrc Mcntion. Fred A. Atnswiirtli, dnisslft, Williams town. Vt , coiitinuo.4 to solMt ninl supply trmli.' nt lilfl old stiind 011 Dopot strcot l)o you wimt imyilnin; In lils llno, tio innttutMvbtit? IIu w . tilidiTtiiku lo snp ply It, nnd iivo you Mtlsriu-llon ns lo quulity, (ii:inlily nnd prli'o. T.ut 110 ouu ulsu llntturyon tliiitlii1 uim, or wlll, do btsttor by you ln tht- drng llni-, tlll you lmvo provi'd It by 11 vlslt ut V A. Abip woi'lb s storo HORSE POWEIl MEN, ATTEN TION1 Full set polisbcd steol rods for nny powor. Sentl longtbs. Prioo $7. Williamstown Mncbino Sbop. STOCK ANU EAltM KOR SALE. I'nrm containing 1"0 ncrcs suitnbly clivid od into pnstiiru, tillago nnd wood liuid. stock consists of G. yoitng cows giving niilk, riinning watcr at liouso, short dis tanco from ureaniery. John L, Shcpard Topsliam, Vt. WANTED. To bny or ront a soo ond lmnd bprso powor with attnoh mcnts for sawing wood. Addrcss Olmrlcs Froncb, Graniteville, Vt. GOV. STONE INTERVIEWED. Now York,' Sopt. 1). Governor Stono of Ponnsylvania nrrived hero from Ilarrisburg this morniiig. Upon being requosted for nn intorviow 011 tbo coal striko bo wroto tbo follow ing: "I am horo on privato busincss. 1 am nnxious as anyono to sce tho striko scttlod but can only repeat what I bavo said bcforo tliiu lf I could bo satisfied that tho Legislatnro would pass n law that wns constilu tional nnd that would sottlo tbo striko and provont othors I would not bosi tato to call it togothor, but I must bo satisfld tlmt sucli a Inw will be pass cd. " Ho would not predict tho prob nblo outcomo of the striko. COUNTY COUHT. County court camo in at tcn o'clook on Tucsday and tho jjroatest cT i f 1 1 -culty wns osporicnced in iinding a case propared for trial. Sovcrnl cnses hns to bo passcd nnd continued bo causo in some instniiCL'.0, tho witnosses wcro iu sucli remotc plnces from Montpelier, as Norway, Seotland and Italy. . In tho caso of Hobort Clnrk, apt. , v. Montpoliur, and Wells Rivor Rail road a onoral demurror was filed bj tho d'jfuudants througli their counscl, J. P. Lamson, nlloging tliat tbo speei llcations of tho plaintilf's allegations wero not clcarly set forth. E. H. Dcavitt appenred for thoplaintiff. Monday, Soptombor 10, wns set by tho court ns tho day for trinl of Iho caso of tho Union Mutual Eiro Insur iiuce Co. v. J. A. Dow, gonunil ns sumpsit, tho caso not being ready for trial owing to sovoral of tho witnesses being absent from tho State. It was statod that tlio cnso of Royoe v. Webster, generul assumpsit, was rcndy for trial. Tbo caso of D. V. Cnmp v. Thomas Suitor wns continu ed. Tlio first cas" to oecupv tbo at tention of tho jury was callwl at oleveu o'clock being .Tosoph Springor v. .Terry Loo, rot al. , fover. This case grow out of v.hat niight bo tonued n mahciouR o!n porpptrut ed upon tho pluiii.;.: Llo and others during tho miitii ot i'.hk), 111 which tbo )laiutitf nlleges nmoug othor things that tho dofendnnts Uroko threo strings to liis violin, thus mak iiiK it impossible to fill an eiiL'nno- ment at a dnnco near Elmore. Tbo stntoments mnao relativo to tbo matter aro to tbo oll'ect that Lee and his com panions nttompted to play a joko upon &pringor wiuio 110 was calling upou n lady friend one evoniug. In addition to the damaco intlieted upon tho iiddle" the plaintitr alloces that his sleiph was seratched by beinn huiig up in treo. A rumor is cnnvnt ahout tho eity todny that procoudinps nro boiug in stituted beforu tho grand jary that may result in tho indictment of a prominent Ulernent Dumoerat, of Koxbury, for bnbery 111 connection with tho recent election in that town. A larco number ot witnesses from that plaeo was in this city Mouday appearing beforo tho grand jury. admiral'schley. Montpolior has boen tbo Mocca of famous mcu of this country this season, Tho latest visitor of noto is tho hero of tbo battlo of Santiago do Cuba, Admiral Winilold Scott Schloy, who arrived in tlio city tlns noon nnd took dinnor at tho Pavilion, leav- inc on tho luto Mountnin train for Woirs, N. H. Tho Admiral was no companied by bis wifo and his son, Uant. soiuoy ot finttsburKii. JN. x.i with lus wite. uapt. bcliloy nas oomniand of a company of tlio 23d United Stntes infantry at tho Platts burc barraeksand whilo on afurlouch istontortaininc hisparonts. With them ho has boen visitinc in tho Adirou dacks nnd amoiiL' tho islands of Lako Gbamplaiu. A Journnl roportor found tho Ad miral nnd his 6,011 teated in tho smok ing room of tho Pullinaii and was cordiallv recoived. Tho Admiral doos not appenr as old ns his portralts would iniucato. iio sald 110 was on joying tho best of healtb and his visit in tho Stato hiiKoly. In sDeakinc of Vormont, tbo Admiral said thero could bo but ono improssion of tho Statn which prodm i'd suoh sons ns Georco Uowey and Cbarlio Olark that all through his profossional career theso two liad boen among his war frionds. Ho spoko of Sonator Proctor ns boiiiK nuotlior noblo bon of Vermont. "Why." said lio, "Son ntor Proctor has a heart in him as big nsthat," and tbo Admiral doubled ui) his ilsts 011 his breast. Ho hnd nlwavs had tho crcatost respoct for tho lato Sonator Morrill bnt had novor known him tiorsonally. Tho Ad'nlrn' was impressod with tho boauty of Montiiolior nnd rogretted ho could not mako a lonuor stoi). 110 saui tna this was his ilrst visit to Vtumont and N'ow Hniiiiishiro. Ilo lniiL'liilii'lv ro forred to tho roconfoleotion in tho Stato nnd from bis romarks it was ovidout ho favored loeal optioii. Venuont Wntelnnau Company. Priuters. Montpelier Vernlont Joi Montpelier and Vicinity, LOCAL HAPPENINCS. Slnnlov Wllson speut Sunday with roln tlves lu East IJaire. II. C. Glcasou is vlsltlng the New York mnrketa lor 11 treuk. A dauglilt'r wns born 011 Sutidny to y r. nnd Mrs. L'lark Snnds. Hermnii D Ilopklns nnd famlly gpent ouiiiiity 111 jivji risvuif. Jnmes M. Steanbnrgo Is piito slek nnd undi'r earo of a pliyslylnn. Mr. nnd Mrs, II. 0. Giuason havo rotiiru ed from tht ir vlslt lo 01(1, Orchnrd beaeh. Mrs. Wilham Dewey Is eonllnud to her npartinonts 011 M. I'aul street by lllnops. Mrs, Hobcrt MclCt'iizlo ot Burlington Is passing 11 few dayg with Iriends in this olty. E. V. Axtull nnd wlfo of Jacksouvlllf, F111., 1110 stopping at tht- Montpelier liouso. Mrs. L. H. Holt wlll spenk In tho Urick ehiircli, JOnst Montpulier, next Suuday ut p, m. A soelnl tlaneo Mnntpfller, next Sopt. 10. will bo iield nt East HVdnesdny evenlng. Mrs. Cliiirlfs Xoweomb ot Xotlh HuviT hlll, N. II Is Ihu uust of Oen. Stuphen Tliouias. Mrs K H . I'reseott or Shenield is tho suestof Mrs. niadys Hnrvi'y Ilutterlly, her nieee. , All'rod K, Stnfford of HopcdaU', Mass., was n recent jjnest of E O. ider nnd famlly of this olty. I)r. I'rank . Georgu of tho Woreesler, Mn?!.., eity ho-plial is n guest of iss II. .lulia Cross of this eity. Miss Flmeneo Wh'Mtt'r wns nt lioine from Rutland vlsitltig Mrs. 0. S Whittiur, her paroiits, ovur Sunday. Mrs. Y. O. -tandKh was eallud to New York 011 Moinlay by the st'rious illness of ' Mrs. J. Lorluier, her daushter. .Jnmi's 1'. Dobbsof Cambridge, vnsa., brotlifr of Jtiliu F lloblx, is employed 011 the new Si. Ausustine's ehureh. II. V. Wi-leli has purchased u bi'uch wasiun. brarln the tmin of "Ilello cit WinehiMler" upon Its f.ides, to uo iu tho transportatlon of eliildivn to nicd fnmi sehiml, Hiut Cnshen left last Friday forXow Yoik; from iheiu ho will go to Orean City to reinam for snino tliiio witn his niint, Mrs. (ialhr,'hur V. II t'lnrk, who reeently loeated lu this eitv asan Insnraiiee uaent witli olllees iu the Kxi'haiifio hotel, eontemplates re- niotniK Ut Aoith tarollna. llon. .1. A. lielioer has barguined for the twldenen of Mrs K. E. iteed, at tho fjrner of Stato street nnd Vstern uve nue. 'Conslderation, SU,"'W. Stepheu Cnlo is vlsltlng his liome. In Cratt-t)iiry for two weeks nnd iu the itiemitimo (.'. S. Whiitleris asslstlng lu his plaeo ut tlio Stundifh market. Timothy Callahan of tho loeal lottor earrior forco is cn.ioyinc his ahnual t vacation. Fred Peck, a substituto earrior, is taking liis plnce. I'n'lKirutions ure beiiiu mado todav for the layiiis of n eoncrete walk 011 tlio west slile ot St. I'aul street. tho Kinde lmvlii lieen estnbllshed and tho stakes set. In adilitlou to tho oartv nrrested Sun day tor iisIiik llrearms on that day tho polieo have the naines of four othei j who were tuiuaueii 111 the same nastime. Mrs. Theodoro G. lUewev and ehildren. who havo been nue-ts of Mrs. Edward lewey during the siunmer, left for their Imme in lirooklyn, X. Y , Suturdny. The uiiinv Mends of Cliarles LeC'lair. bnth in this eity stud Harre, will bo plonsed to learii that he has returued home ntter havhifr speiit tlie past elght moutiis iu Albany, X. Y. Mtiyor Boutwell lnts written letters to thiVo t-ltizens, who nssisted in nmkiiig tlio eeepuon 01 rresideni nooseveii. 111 inis itv a sueeess. tlmnnuii: tliem eoruinllv for their cfforfg. Frank K. Goss of tliis eitv. who eiiacts therolo of Dlek Oend-ovo iu tho Harro produetlou of Pinnfore, plnjed the same parc m a presentatiou 01 tlio opera ut Burlington, three years agb Mr and Mrs. G. 15. Coburn went to Muuslonville Stntion.L Q., Mouday to vlsi relatives Un tho Ilrst of Oetober tlioy j,ro to speud tlio winter in southeru Ualifor forula. D. A. P01 ry has sold the W. V. Snramio fiirm in Brookfield 011 wliieh he has been speuding tlio summer nnd he hns takeu in exehanire a Kenernl storo in South Barre. Ho wlll movo his fnmlly thero at ouee. Mrs. Susaii II. Stratton left on Tues- day for a six weeks1 vMt witli ilrs. Ileniy Ilnrues, lit-r dnugliter, in IClliott, Ia. Mrs. Stratton will be aeeompanied by Mrs, llufiis Kent. who wlll visit relnllves iu Iowa. Jnmes Fltzsrerald of Batre and Miss Xellie Cainpbell of tlils eity wero united lu mairiagu on Moudav ut St. Atiuns- tlne's eliureh by tho ltev. W..I. O'Sulll van. The eeremony took plaeo ut elght o'eloek. Miss Stella Crandall sana. "I Wlll I.ay Mo Down in I'eace," by Btiek ns 1111 olTer- tory nt Christ eliureh 011 Sunday morulng. Her work wns highly complimented nnd upprcclutcd by members ot tho eholr and eongregatlon. Tho oxponso of tho polieo dopnrt- mont for tho month of Augnst was $302, boing somowhat largor 011 no- count of tho Presidont's visit, whioh uecossitatod tho omploymont of eov- oral extra patrolmou. In addltlou to Hov. Guy ( Lamson, thu naator. Mrs. J. W. l.elaud. Mrs. A. I ilibbard, Mrs. Kliza t'rossetl, Mrs. Jenulo Wilkhihou anil Wnlter l'triuo nro dolegatos from the llaplist ehureh to tho uuiiual e?slon ot the eriuout llaptist t'eutral Assoelution to lie heltl 011 'l'uesduy Uud Weduesday ut Randolph, Tho Kxo 111111:0 ui Ui has lieen nul iu rtuilluess for tho eoiulug sessiou ot tho U'KlsIature, new pnint uud paperuiakliig this liostelry Iook ns livsli as new, niiei nallv. No atlomi) t wlll bo mado to ulv tablo servleo. but every room lu tho houso has been eleaui'd nnd miido ready for oeeupaney. .'oseph W. Fit.gernlil Nill havo chtirgti of the hotel W. B. Hinkloy nud David D. Whit- noy aro 011 tho "Hill" iirranging for tbo young alumui lmuqvot which is to bo hold noxt Mouday, Soptombor 15th, Tho rocoption is nt six nnd tho baiKtnot at soveu o'clook. A laruo mimbor of tho alumui aud old stniionts nro expoctod to bo tirosout. aud nn oxcocdlugly oujoynblo occasion is lookod forward to by tho frionds of tho Sominniy. Tho Sominary football team is go ing to bo a foaturo of whioh all who aro intorcstod in tho school will bo proud. Mr. Scott of Thetford cnmo Saturday nnd fully mcots all oxpecta tions. Mouday tho campus was markcd oif and tho goals set up. Tho tcam will bo a hcavy team tlirough. out, nnd with a littjo coaching thoy will doubtless sustain tho woll carned roputatlon of tbo Seminary atblotics of last yoar. E. E. Knott, tho eelebrated pncer owned b .1. Kiiward Bulley, Is serlmisly III The ................. III. -31. IIIII1IV ln 11 rnee ut Hht'rbrooke, P. Q . but In tho Buumiii iiuai, it wns iioiieeu oy t;. a. H1111 tlerlln, tho driver, that tho horso could hardly get down the hoino streteh, A vt'tennaiiv wns eulled nnd It wns found that tho auimnl wns sufferliiK sovetely from ehllls 11111I u hlgh fover. Itls hoped tho nuimal will reeover, but its eonditloii L eonsldered eritieul. Cliarles I'ariituore, lato sergeant ot tho 3d U. S. cnvnlrj', who reeently returued from tho Phlllpphies. hns onteral the om ploy of tho eleetrio road here, nnd befrnn work as 11 mntormaii Mouday. Mr. I'urn inoro has just eoiiipleted slxteen years of servleo In tho United stntes army Ho is nn intlmato friend of t hlef of Polieo Ueagau to whom ho has piescnted u vi-ry llne enne mnde of the honn of thn liativo earilmu of tho the I'hllipplnes by the 1111. tivesnf Vignan. Ho ulsti prereuled tho ehlff witli a poon, the huudhvork of tho niitlves of tlnt eountry. John J. Eacan, through his attor noy, is to bring a libol suit ngainst tho Evening Argus, if it does not ro tract the statements it mndo in au item 011 Mouday, charging Mr. Engan wich brutally bcauing Ma.viu, his son, 011 Saturday ovoning. It is claimod that tho boy is unninnageablo and will not oboy his fnthor and has donc timo at tho indush'inl school. Also, that hnrs'i measures are at times con sidered necessary by tho "athor to bui'due t'io boy. Mauy of the friends and noqualn tnnees nt Fred Bant rott gladly nvuiled themselves ot tlio oppnrtiinlty ti liear his volee oneo mine 011 Siinday uiorniiig, at tlu- Chiiieh of the Mcs siali, wheri) he as'lsted the remilar eholr lu the mnsieal part of the sei viee. It was a ritre pleusure, both 'o ihnse who liud iiiu (i 111111 111 1111 iiifi yeiui iiiiu io uiosew 110 iow hi'itrd for the lir.M tlme the full, true, lenr lones, iiic iiing soineiinifs into ten er sweeliii'S of liis siilendid temtr: 11111I lot altO''ellier the lensl tP liL'lifnl nnrt nf it was that evrry wonl aud syllabl" fell 011 tlio ear with a elearness and dNtlnet- iesi that is sotiietlines mlssinir in thn slii". Ing of noted musieians. The hiiinltable .Taek Hniiis is lo ucov- er" the Le;:islatiire for seveial high grudo weeklv papers of tho State. At present during lus vneation lrom tho miid wbirl of Washington life laek is nlmost ln nieli tvith the niillleiililum for ho Is so- journlng lu Danville, of wliieh R. iiimmell iiropiii tor of the F.lm IIoiiMt. uniioiiiii'es 011 his slutionery that thero nro no oleetiic bells nr elevators but they enjoy iiure spring wnter, good beds, plen ty to eut. exeinption lrom hny fever and are stlll 1(!0J feet nearer benveii than -t. lolnisbiirv. Juek is eannble of eniovlii!r all these good things exeent, perliaps, tho last. tlio experieneo of Washington life nooaoiy not heliig enuilueiveto his ki'ep ngiii toueli with t'llierealism. Lottor to Hon. Hlram Huso. Montpelier, Vt. DearMr: V011 knoir a cood paint when 011 see it. Devou lead nud ziue is thu niint that eosts luilf as mueli as leud nnd oil beeniiMi it we.irs t wieo as lnng, lut it looks 110 better whentlrst put on. You niust wiiit a little to teo the differ- eiii-e. The Ilrst summer tnkes off the closs of ead nnd oil: tlio seeond stm.uier itehnlks: tlio third it wauls renalutliiir. It nrobablv siots in n uioiith or six weeks: tho gloss goes oft in spots or iu seotimis. uovno leau nntl zino even nolds its gloss onger thmi lead nud oil wenis. The loss of gloss mnkes the beginning of wear, but It ki ens out waler ten veui s. in f nvornblo condltions Pulnters thlnk threo vears is eiioimh. It is, for lead and oil. lours trulv. F. W. Devoi: t'o. Sold by Abbott & Bailoy. EARTIIQUAKE IN INDfA. Calcutta, Sent S). An earf'nunko has shaken tho wholo of tho nHavial basin of Asarn aud Ohittagong. Tho inbnbitnnts aro terror stricken, ns tbo astrologers prophesy a terriblo convul sion short ly. , BUYING ENGLr,P; CO r,, Loudon, Sopt. 9 Tho Lnucashiro coal trado is rapidly im.iroviiiR in conseqnenco of tlio pnvchnses for tho United Statos. It 13 said that ordors nggregating hnudrcds of thousnuds of tons havo boon placed in a Sonth Lan cashiro colliories for shinment to vari- ous ports of tho United Statos. A IIARD FIGIIT. Jailor F. II. Traoy of this city ao- companied Doputy ShoriiY II. D. Oamp of Barro upon nn oxpedition, 011 Mou day nftornoon, that ho will remombor tor somo months. Upon complnint 01 tho solcetmon of Morotown, Deputy Oamp, armed with a warant, onlisted Dopnty Traoy and jiroccoded to a re- moto section ninong tho Morotown mountnius in soach of Oharles Kim- hall, who, it is alleced. coinmitted an assault u)on Jnlia Kiiuhall nud a man uninetl Aloxander. Tbo resi- denco of Kimball was loeated 011 an ont-of-tho-way bnok road and inquiry 01 tuo niaii s motuor tuscioseti troutno nt tbo outset as sho disclnitned nll knowledgo of Kimball, sayiupr that ho did not rosido thero j but invostica- tion by tho olllcors showed othorwiso. Kiiubitll was dlseovered nnd wbon told bo must ncconipany tho doputies showed lipht in au iustunt ard for sovoral luinutos gavo Traoy and Canip the bnrdost tusslo thoy have had for lunuths; in faot, Mr. Traoy says it was tho toughost proposition ho hns ovor met in his oxporlonoo ns doputy sliorill'. Mr. Cnii recoived sovoral vory bnrd kuooks, 0110 in tho stomaoh lioarly douhlliig him up. Kimball wns lliuilly subdued aud hoavily iron ed was brought to this city' during tlio night aud placed iu jail, Tho 111 an is uudoubtedly inwuio, VermontWntclnrmn Co., Job Printcrs "SUNDAY CLOSING." Editor Daily .Touriinl : Ono of our clorgymeii prcachcd Sunday moriiing 011 tho nbovo subject, "at tho rciinost," ho said, "of 0110 of our frnit niut vcgotnblo morohaiits." It secms that all but throo of theso dcalors aro ready to slgn an agroo mont to "closo 011 Sunday, but tho othors cnnnot afford to loso their cus tomers to thoso who refuso to s'gn. Tlio prcachor flrst showed that the Snbbath, or day of rest, is a pliysical and montnl nocosslty : that 110 busi noss man can afford to "bnrn tho candle nt both ends" by working ou Sunday ; ho also instanccd tbo fact that a morchant who broko down in body nnd rnind confessed to him thnt his collapso was duo to his speuding his Sundays in liis oilico poring ovor his nccounts and correspondonco ; that physicians nro uiinnimoiisly of tbo opinion thnt men can do moro nnd better work if thoy rost ono day in seven j thnt tho morality and intolli genco of a country or community can bo guagcd by tho way Sunday is"kcpt" in that conntry or community ; that Nnturo's law, (waiving tho Fourth Comtnniidmont nnd the snnctity of tbo Day), cnnnot ho violatcd with impun ity, etc, otc' Ho then askod, " Aro not our fruit and vcgotnblo lnorchants entitlcd to thoir day of rest ns mucli as grocors, barhors, mecbanics, etc?" Also, "What right havo customors to rob them of this privilogo?" And ho nillrmed that fruit aud vogotablo j supplies for Sunday can and onght to do purciiased 011 Saturday night, and not 011 Sunday inornirg. It seoms to mo .that tho preacher was richt. No one hns a richt to rob any class of men of their day of rest. it seems to mo also, Mr. Editor, that all who beliovo in tho divinelv appointed Dny of Rest. nnd tho Fonrtli Oommandment ouglit l'ot to requivo tbo fruit and vegetablo markets to open 011 Sunday. Justicn. Montpelier, Vt., Sept. 8. NARROW ESOAPES. Mrs. T.eon II. Darling with her tluec-ycaiE-old daughter rtnd fiftcen-iro'iths-old son, nnd Miss Hunt of Johnson had a narrow escapo from deatb whilo driving 011 lower Stato street, about four o'clock on Sunday afternoon. The party had been guests of G. L. Darling of 33 Scliool street, father of L. II. Darling, and had just started to drivo to Waterbury on tho return trip to thoir liomo. Wheii opposito tho residcnco of Poter Badord, tho team wns overtakon by the Seminary Hill car, tho borse becamo fiihtened and bolted ncross tho track iu front of tho rapidly movh'g car. Tho motorman was unablo to stop his car boforo it had crashed into tbo carriage, smashing both wheols on the sido with which it collided. Tho occupants wero all thrown out, but Mrs. Darling clung to her infaut son and I16 escaped uninjured. Mrs. Darling nnd Miss Hunt woro badly shaken up and bruised and tho knee of tho formor wns injnred so sho could hardly staud, whilo tho lattor's faco was badly cut and scratched by contact with tho niacadam roadway. Tho littlo girl was found lyingunliurt in tho middlo of tho car track where, it is said, sho was thrswu by tho feiul or. All woro placed ln a haok nnd takon to tho homo of G. L. Darling, and Dr. H. S. Boardraau called. Ho report cd that 110 boues had boon brokcn, which was considerod most fortunato under tho circumstances atteiiding tho nccident. Tho horso and cnrringo woro removed by Mi. Darling and tbo olectrio railroad company will be ask ed for dnmages. What was probably tho flrst acci dent to occur in this city to bo traced directly to an automobilo occurred just outsido of this city lato Saturday aftornoon. Miss Mary Fitzgorald, of Wrights villo, who was driving alono from this city to hor homo uarrowly oscap edsorious iujurod by hor horso bo coming frjghtenod at tho automobilo of J. J. Willianis of this city near tbo stono plnco 011 tho meadow be tween hero uud Wrightbvillo. hon withiu about flfty rods of encb othor tho horso becamo frigbtened nt tho auto and Mr. Willinnis stoppod tho maehino, but tho driving meohnnism continued to mako considerablo noiso ; and as an attempt was mado to pass tho niachiuo tho horso suddenly sworv ed into tho ditch, 0110 of tho forward wheols catcbiug ngainst a treo. Tlio cross har broko bnt Miss Fitzgorald hold to tho rions and wns drawn violeutly ovor tho dnshor striking sovernl feot nway upon her sido. Mr. Williams wns badly friphtened bo lioving that tho wonian wns dead but investigntion showed that sho had luckily escnped sorious injnry, 110 bones being brokon. Sho was takon to her homo nt Wrightsvillo and at this writing is eomfortahle. Tho horso wns owned by hor brotlior, Edward FiUgerald. Frank Lnwronco and Jnmes Peinbroko cnpturod tho auimnl whioh was soniowhat sorntoh ed up. S1IOT AND kTlLED HIS WIFE. Farmiugton, Mo., Sopt. 1). Hor bort E, Holbrook shot nud killod his wifo at Wilson, near horo this morii ing. Tho murdor wns tho rosult of family .quarrols. Holbrook gavo hiinsolf up. In its uppor leaohos tho rivor Rboiio baj rison a yard in ono day. In tlio Vaud CHiitou tho snnkos whioh havo boon ousted from thoir holes by tbo tloods nro 60 uumorous ns to constituto n plnguo. REASONS FOR INSURANCE. Expenscs eat up wnges nnd sal aries. Ycar niter ycar tho aver nge 1111111 expucts to build up au cstato. Tlio usiial result is 110 piovisiou or only a siiinll one for wifo aud cliildieii. I.ife insur aiico does tlie work by easy pay uiciits. t arreipMidei'ce icited ) S. S. BALLARD, Qeneral Agent, New Langdon Bulldlng, MONTPELIER, - - VT. MARK WHAT FASHION SAYS. Your coat shoultl nppear Iqss "cut awny" in front. Yourvest must bo cut a tiille higher. Your trousers shoultl be a little lnrger nt tlie foot. For colorings : black niixeii with white or recl is proper. Scotcli cfTects nro good. All tlie other sfood kinds nre here. SUITS, $10.00 to .$20.00 A. D. FARWELL CO. All Coods Sold for Cash. m t'A It's your own fault if w o to fO l don't let 11s w save nioney for you ! w V fii W ta M W w w w IT) BOTTOM PRICES -on- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY -and- to to 1 SILVERWARE. i Jij Don't fail to make use of m this. Fine Watch and Clock $ Repairing Done. tTi w tTi ITJ I'i ITJ 1 HL.u miiu ui JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, Ij Depot Square, Barre, Vt. w tp-.TjtHTJkT; W WhVWW TO7SiT!ff .T5kPtr.T) 3 RUTLAND RAILROAD, The through iar line betweun New York, lloston and all New England points, and the Atliroudacks, Thousand Islauds, Mc itre- '(' ( ebec. Ac(oss tlie Islands of Lake Champlain Reaehing the best locations for eaiuping and (ishing, touching at the following stations: South Hero, Grand Isle, North Hero, Isle LaMoltc and Alburgh. For timo tablesand full information ad dress Geo. T. Jnrvis, C. B. Hibbard, Gon. Manager. Gen. Pass Agt., Rutland, Vt. NOTICE. That uppltentioii will be uiado to Iho I.egislaturo of tlils Stato ut Its uext t ession for u charter for tlio loeiitlon nutl ooustruotiou ot street I'lillronds in autl througli tho oitles aud towns of Wnshing tou county.