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VERMONT WATCJIMAIS & STATE JOUBNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMI3ER 10, 1902.
Montpelier and Viciniiy. LOCAL HAPPENINCS. Thn iiiiizzns of Iho Montneller ltotiso liuvo rocolved u new eout of imint. Kdwnrd 0111 1 itnproving thu luterlor of hls storo by repnlntlng. Loster Hiiloh, ii former conduutor 011 tho locnl eloctrio roml, lnia takon a slinl lnr positlon ln Hoston. A. 0. Gilman has inovcd hls ulotUlns rooms from tho oporu bloek (o tho seoond lloor of tho Keed block. Ilon. iiiid Mrs. W. 13. Iluugor arrived ln tho olty Wodnesdny to ttiko up tholr iesl deneohore. They wlll bo vory weleoiuo Mrs. Georgo Kibby is soriously 111, threntened wlth pnoutnouia. Dr. aud Mrs. O. II. Burr aro vlsitiug rolativos nt Post Mills for a fow days. Mrs. Thomas A. Edison, wifo of tho famons invoutor, daughtor Mndoliue, and son, woro at tho Pavilloa Friday. Georgo O. Pmlth nnd Llzzio K. I'reston, both of Marshfield, wero inarrlod ln Mont polier August 22, by Uev. J. Edwurd Wright. Fri-d 0. Bancroft of Plainfield and Hnt tlo M. Walker of Uarre wore inarried ln Montpelier Sept. 3 by Rev. J. Edward Wtight. MIss Mary McDonald, stenographer in tho oflleo of tho Green Muiuifaotnring Co., wlll lenvo soon for a two weeks vaca tion at Waterbury. Ilon. Charles Dewey and wlfo nnd;Mrs. Kato Squires, a dmigliter, left Thumtny for a tim davs visit wlth George Dewey ln i'orthind, e. W. Poll Pulis wns eleclel a inember of tho Apollo Club at Its inouthly ineellng on Thursday evetilng and one applloiitioii ior,uieinbershlp wns reeelved, Tho Central Vermont rnilroad.Tis laying a new road bed on its line be twoon Montpelier Junction and Barre. Oharles F. Gilman of this city 1ms beon grnnted a ponsion of 17 por uionth. Tho aunual report of the I board 1 of rnilroad comniissioners will be ready for distribution about October 1. Mrs. F. A. Hobart and children, aftor a six weoks' stay in this city, havo roturned to West Somorville, Mass. CityCIerk Merrill provided 10.01)0 bal lots for the lvpresentatlvo vollng and 3300 for tho jnslioe tieket. About one half of the representntivo bnllots .wcro used. V. E. Terrill wqu a Sl- Panttniu liat from Willlain Hlvers and n io wager from H. II. Stnndish by laklug tho lleld agninst A. J. Slbloy ln the city represoututivocon test. I'. 1". I'hilllps, who forsevtnil years hns iKjen an elllelent assistant in the oflleo of Dr. K. L Cleaves, leaves ln about threu weeks to take a oourso of study in a den tal collego ln I'hiladelphia. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Estabrook havo movod to this city from Rutland and havo takon tho tonemout in tho Dieter block vacatcd by A. 0. Gilman. Haynos, who playod halfback on last ycar's Seminary team, is back this year and will resumo his old po sition, Ayors, tho photographor, has beon refltting his studio with new back grounds and furuituro and mnkiiig sovoral other improvomeuts. It Is only fair to tho LocaVOptioiiists of this olty to say that they havo been re luarkably eourteous in celebrntliiir tholr victory. Thero has beon au ontiro ab seneo of a dispositioti to "rub it into the other fellow. It issaid that one of tho ollowling par tiea, who stole l'hotogrnpher Ayers' oxhi bition ense of photographs ou tho night beforo the Fourth, has beon nppreheudcd and that it will eost tho young niau be twoen $8 aml S'J to settlo tho mutter. Many of tho nowly olected Repro sontativos aro aranging, oither in por gon or by mail or wiro, for accommo dations duriug tho forthcoming scssiou of tho Grand Assombly. William Stratton has somo flno snap sliot viows of tho parado, oto. , inoidontal to President Roosovelt's visit to this city, and ospecially of tho party in tho President's carriage. tj5. G. M. Dyo of Rutland, grand cluef ranger of tho State Forestera of Atnorica, was in thoeltjvjn Thursday ovonlngand paid an otllolal visit to C'ourt Kthan Al len, Mr. Dyo said that this court iimdo tho best showing in its work of any ho has yet visited Tho pollco department of this city havo been asked by tho polieo departiuent of Iiisbon, N. 11., to bo on tho lookout for Wllllam, better known as "Dillio, Urown, a famous horso joekoy of New Ilamp iIBiro, wholls wanted for horso thiovlngat Wontwortn and Bridgownler, N. II. A half do7.en residents of Warren wcro ln town Friday, touppear beforo tho grand jury as witnesses in tho caso of Stato agalnst Mrs. Jnhn Whalen of Waterbury, who shot her husband's ann off with a shot gun several uioiiths ngo, nnd troiu whieh. hls death tesulted a few days later. "Frank Ijovering, kpeoial ntafl reiiresoii tutivo of tho Hoston Journal, wlth tho I'resldent's party on its Vlslt to this city. last Saturday, paid a pretty conipliineut to tho polico depnrtinent of Montpelier in his report to his pnper by saying that tho polico regulations on that day wero tho aouio of perfeetlon. ' Georgo A. Hurnphroy of Barro will noxfc -weok begin studying law in tho oflloo of a prominont lawyer of this city. Mr. Hurnphroy is a young man of mucli promiso and during tho past vear was a stuuenc ai tno uuiversity III AJUl llllglUII, HONOR TO WHOM IT fo B'JE, A I'luln l'ropoitlt i t.!). J)1k'IIh1i,u 'i ' Ieo will not cool until . . -.;), t (oid will not wunu u.i.,1 ; i 1 will not btrengthen uiitil it I- ili.cu.l. Motion nnd tnmsposition is tUo law uf lito. It isu't woll to kuow too lmich .but we ought to kuow that. Kow iu all niution thero is wear nud toar ttud waste, woni-out matoriid. Honco more coul mut bo put on tho flro, more ieo in tho rofrisorator, moro food in tho stoinneh. And bo on forever. "Digextiou, nssimilatiou imd thu oxpiilsiou of wabto," snys I'rofeHsor HoiiukirU, "h tl.o vitnl process. Retard it and wo aro di-u ensed ; stoj) it nnd wo dio, To promoto this oporation, to keep tho road elear aud tho promihcs freo of tho polsons teueratud on thom, is tho most tho art of iucdichio cau hopo to nccomplish. It involvos tho souret of liealth, powor aud longevity. Many nttcimpts havo boou mado to timl u rouiudv for tlio dlsoasos of tho ntomaeh, livor, kidnoys, iutostinos aud hladdor tho principal orgaus of tho ollmoutary systom but thus far without uotablo buccoss." ABSOLUT SEGURITY. Cenuine Carter's Little LiverPills. Must Bcar Slgnnturo of Sce Fac-Slmlle Wrapper Iklow. Tery emnll od1 as oasj to tako ns sugar. FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIZZIHESS. FOR BILIOUSHESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR COHSTIPATIOH. CARJERS BlTTLE IVER PILLS. m Irun SALLDW SMNt iBWi Ifor thecomplexioh 2S Cuitj I Puroly egtalt(s.&h:MfrrrC CURE SICK HEADACHE. Rov. W. J O'Sullivan has said that, whon tho now church was ready for oecupancy.tlio old tat. Augnstlne's church would probably be used as an assemblv liall for the St. Michael's school and that the parish houso would be continued as tho pastor's residence. Vlctor Ilaruion was a ealler at this of lleo reeently. Mr. Iluriuou Is ailvaneo ajrent of Mildred riollaud, who will play iu "Tho l'ower Dehind thu Tlirouc," at Blant'hiird openi houfe, in this oilv, Fri day. Sept. Mildred Holland is ono of leading thentrieal iieople of the eountry, An attractlve ciitertuiumelit Is In rtoio for this eoininuiilly. The unai eliist nieetlng at Uarrc Thurs day was lut poorly uttended. It was a dlseussion bettveon Willlain iu'Queun of Paterson. X. .1.. nnd Alex Robertson. seO' retary of theGranite Cutters Unlon, as to wlu-ther a political soeinlist ean be a trado un on sl. Thu Dol oo wero all ln allenu dauce as ou the previous oveniiig. but thero was no call for theirserviees. Tho canvass of thu local Uepublicuns nelore eleotion gavo Mcuuiiotigii uia votus in this citv. Taking otit tho '- Pro. hibltiou votes they hau eounted upou thev wero onlv two out of tho way trom tho aetual voto of r,31 east. II. Julius volholin estiiuated on Tiiesdav tiionimi; that MuGottriek would poll 350 votes hero and was but !) votes out of tho way, as tno aetual vote wasyi. Tho looal Demonrats havo lost repre- sentatiou in tho way of ballot aud assis taut clerks at tho ue.xt national eleetiou. Tho law nrov ides that two ballot and two assistant clerks shall bo lanpointed froiu tho political parties easting tho largest and next largost uuinber of votes at tho nrovlous election. At tho recent eleotion tho Democrats wero iu thlrd placo, tho llepuhlk'aus aud Loeal-Option parties leaumg ln tue uumuor ot nallots east. W. A. Sliaw, observer ot tho weather at iNortlilleKl.lurnlslies the tollowinj: ineto- orologieal siiininary for tho uioutli of Auguot just past: Moan teiuneraturo 00 degress; highest temperaturo 61 clewes, Augusl 1; lowest teinperuture 3!) degrees, August 1G; total moveinent of wlnd, -1GS7 milesj niaxiinuiu velocity of wlnd 30 niiles an hour, Aug. 7; thm.der storms, Aug. 1, 3, 11. total uuuiber of olear das3; partly eloudy days 17; olear days Tho suiuiner school of sculpturo will coutinuo through Septeinber, at tho close of whleh tho iustructor, Charles A. Lopoz, coes to his studio in Now Vork whero ho has several iinportaut eoininissiona await ing his atteution. Mr. Ijopez believes tho school wlll bo continued tho coiuing siun niei' in vlow of tho guecess with whlch it hns niot this siiuimer. All of Mr. Lopez's pupils hero aro auxlous that arrango inents bo mado to retain hls servioes tho coiuing season. All alarm of flro was rung in early on Thursday ovoniug from box 123, at tho cornor of Borlin and Northllold strcots. TJio blazo was locatcd in tho tcnoment ocoupied by F. H. Hundloy in tho Bradshaw block. Tho causo is not known but tho flro was in a par tition. Tho flro doi)artment mado short work of it. Hundloy's dainago is ostimated at ?50 and to tho build iug, ?25. Tho colobration of Rob Morris at Ma souio hall Thursdav ovo. by Ruth and Rob Morris Ohaptors ,0 . 13. S., was much onjoyod by tho mombors of tho ordor and guests, Tho musio by Messrs. Wilder, Forsell and Briggs was as usual most onjoyablo, and tho roadiugs, recitations and singing by ladios of tho ordor, instructivo, ainus ing and intorosting. Oako and ioo cream wore sorved in tho banquet hall closing tho program of a pleasant ov cning. Mr. Tomplotou, of tho flrm of Keed & Tomplotou, who has beon sulforing from tho grip, does not socm to grow any bottor. Tho diseaso has sottled in his limbs compelling liim to uso crutches. Ho was out last Saturday to seo tho Presidont.and also appeared at tho polls on Tuesday.but is thought to havo caught cold by so doing. Mr. Reed of tho samo flrm was takcn ill last ovening and so is nimblo to bo at his placo of businoss Fridav. Mrs. njQmpluton andMiss Reed have cliarge II wt niay iii-bate the latter poiut with k Li ;li au uuthorit y i. Profesor Heimkirk ve rl.oiild eall a; teutiun to the (now ; propar I...OU eiilKd C'.di ura lSi4fi)t, di-covered by J .i-.Ut i.l Jveuia.ly , of Keimedy ltow, Kiugs. tuu, N. Y., as au uudoubted succoss, Whilo its fmno niay iwt havo renched llorlin it is widely known in tho L'nited States, aud booios jei'.iaiiiHblo vietorien over cases of Hento nudehronio vliouiuntim, stouo in tho bladder inA ki.iueys, torpidity aud onlargo nicnt oftho liir, tho vnrions forms of con btipatiou nnd dyspopia and nll alTectious duo to eell-wastfcs rotaiued iu tho circulation. To sny thatDr. Kouiiccly'sdiscovoryfealled by him "My AVio iledieino") is n speciflo fur tho disoases whieh priucipally alllict ely. ilized mau inny bo more than tho faets yot warraut, but. that it thus far transeouds othor romcdios in tho numbor aud slgual biilliaiicy of its results is to say only what tho ovidoneo piovos. And it 1h siniplo jus tiuo to add thut Dr. Konnody workoil as hard aud as long to unearth tho eonstituents whith coni)oiso his great iiiodicino for tho peoplo as tho speeialists havo who laborod to capturo tho bacilli of "genn" disenscs. of tho storo tlurlng tho nbsouco of tho propriotors. 'I'lm fnllxivlMir ilntit lllt' tllU UlOUlll of Sepli-niher durlng a perlod of llfteen enis uas oeeu eoiniiiii'u j fniii t.lin wiMiilier buieau reeords at Northlleld: Mean or norinal lonipera tilte 50 degtees; wariuest tiionlli 1KH, nvorago leinpoiatiitv, 01 degrees; eoldfst month 1803, avernne tiiiiperalnro. tl do- groes; hlijliest teinperiuiiro m u Sepl. 83, loKi; luwett ti'inperaturo 21 (ln- iI11Iii fnnt, Hiini. 18: nverauo preulplta- flmi inr ihn iiuiiiili 2.7(1 inelies: urealest iiinoiint of pieoipltalion ln any 21 coiiseo titlvo hours '1 37 inclies, rfopl. -'1, 18S8; av erumt uuiiiber of olear davs 8; party elouily iajs 11; eioiKiy tuiys ii. ..ja. lVir evenil weeks liast colliplalllts llUVO been niade to thu pollee departnient ro giirdlng tho reekle-s inc of llrearms withln the eitj llinlts. On Sunday a party of woinen ln a houso near tliuCountry t'lul) huilso wero liadly Irlgnteiiea anu n slei pllig Infant imrrowly escaped dt;a(h from a spent 32 calibro bullet whlch pas-ed through the ?ldo ,.f the houso and eain'e wlthlu a few lnehes of oneofth" soven women present, llnally tmdiiig lodgement iu tho wall near tho sleeplug CIIUU. VJUIl'I llCHgail I1US l" uuiiui. whlch is hardly llattened. showing that the shooter lnust have been near bv. Last week coinplalnts was mado byhlin street residonts that a spent chargo pf shot came down into tho street from tho vieiulty of Uliff street. Tho pollee also iu end to stop the uso of llrearinson Sun day. Tho public scliools of tho city aro to open for tho fall torm on next Mnn dav. Kspecial intorest is couored upbu what tho school commissloners will decido in regard to allowing thoso pupils iu the kindorgarten department last year to coutinuo in this depart mont for tho cominc year. It has been proposed by tho board to add and otlier room lor tms pnrposo anu giv tlm fihildren roferred to an advanceo courso iu kindercarten work. The parents aud friouds of tlieso cihldreu, who aro of tho avorage ago of fivo years, aro desirous that tho board should decido to do so for they recog- nize of what valuo another year's work iu this departmont wou'.tl bo to the little tots, based on tno expori mnntal staL'o of tho work in tho pub lic scliools of this city, lasf year. It is also aruged that tho oxtra oxpenso thus incurred would not bo begrudged by tho taxp ayors. "RIG BILL" ORAIG. "Big Bill" Oraig, tho sccret servico man killed in the aocidont at Lonox, hau been dctailed as tho Prcsidon t's bodyguard for years, and both Prosi dont McKinloy aud President Rooso vclt woro seldom out of his sight dur ing thoir waking hours. Whother at tlio Wluto iionso or travcmig, tno Presidcuts woro attondcd by Oraig, and nono could amiroach oither of them until aftor a rigid scrutiny by his sharp oyes. Whon President Roosovelt came to Groton to seo his son Tcddy, duriug his almost fatal illiiess, "Blg 13U1" Craig was with liim. Tho dctectivo has 'not allowed Pcrosidout Roosevolt out of his sight excopt when ho has seon liim safoly bestowed for tlio night. When tho Prosidcnt's speoial stopped at any point Oraig was always tho first on tho stop of tho car, aud Mr. Roosovolt did uotonco stopto tho plat form until Oraig had lcd tho way. WhCn tho President spoko from a car platform Craig would bo on tho step, aud ovory nowspapor man in tho party uotcd tho iutonsity with which ho i oyed tho multitudo. iio wonia no at tno iresiuont's smo when passing from tho train to his carriage, at his back whon stoppiug in.and not uiitil tho horses wero ready to movo would ho leavo his station at tho carriage whool. Ho would then jump on tho seat of tho carriago and keop up his scrutiny of ovory porson who approched it until it stopped, whou ho would jump down aud bo at tho carriago door in a twiukling to bo on haud in caso of an emorgency. But in spito of his coustant pres once thero woro fow peoplo except tho members of tlio prcsidential party who know that Oraig was a dotectivo. But ovory ono of tho uowspaper mon with tho party was moro than fasci natcd by tho alortness and caro which charactorizod his ovory movomont, and it was their unanimons opinion, frcquently oxpressod among themsel ves, tliat "Big Bill Oraig wns just tho man for tho job. " Dotectivo Oraig camo from Ohicago and had been with tho Seorot Servico for a numbor of years boforo boing asisgued ns permanont body guard to tho President. Ho was a Scotchman by birth, and at ono timo was iu tho rogular army as a cavalryman. Ho was noted as an all-rouud athleto. Boston Journal. PROYED FATAL A fatal accidont, which resultod in tho deatli of Firoman Wilcox of St. Albans, ocurred t Montpolior Junc tion at 7:40 p. m., on Thursday. Tlio accidont was a peculiar ono. A north bound froight loaded with boof, undor caro of Conduc'tor Thomas and Kngin eor Coloman, camo to a stop alongsido tho passengor platform, aud Firoman Wilcox wont under tho ongino to rako out tlio aslios from tho flro box. It appoars that tho train broko in two about a milo south of tho station aud tho ougineor and flroman woro ig uoraut of tho fact. Tho flroman had not got to work undor tho ongino bo foro tho rear soction of tho train col lidod with tho frout section and tho flreman was draggod along for a dis tanco of toii feot. Ho was oxtricated by tho enginoer and a brakoman and Dr. Ohandler was summonod. TUo injured man was conscious and his sull'erings wero so great that ho bogged that somothing be given liim to pro duco death and thus ond his pain. Injuries to ono hip and leg besides in ternal injuries woro sustained by Wil cox nnd ho was takon to tho Heatou hospital, whero ho died at about two o'clook this morning. Ho has a fam ily at St. Albans and tho romains will bo takon thoro today for burial. A KKSOLUTION Thu elghteeuth aunual convention of tho Vorinout Woinau's Sullrago Assoolu tlon, hold at West C'oiiconl iu Jtine, has umbodled iu Its rusolutions tho following: Hogolvod, That wo petitlou our I,eglsla turo that iu any lugislatlon on tho quus tlon of lleeuslng tho salo of llrpior, suoh law sjiall bo enaetod subjeot to a roferon duin Iu whloh woinen shall bo ocpiully oin powed to voto, As this Is a year ot surprlses aud ouo ln whleh things suumto "go by eoiitrnrles," this thing may yetcoino to pass. WILL BK McOULLOUGII. Olllclal roturns from all tho towns nnd citios of tho Stato show that tho candidates for Qovornor iu tho lato oloctlon rocoiveif tho following voto : Tohn G. McOullough, 31,821) Porcival W. Olomont, 28,0fi.l Follx W. McGottrick, 7.2C2 .Tool O. Sliorburno, 2,400 Tho Olemont ostimato sont out by II. G. Smith from tho Olemont hcad- (luartors shortly boforo tho oloctiou was that Oloincnt would havo 87,087, McOnllough 25,0Cr, McGottrick 0,890 and Sherburno 2,231): or in othor words that Mr. Oloincnt would bo olected last Tuesday by a voto of 37, 087 to 34,801 for all otlier candidates that Olcmeut's majority in tho pop- nlar voto would be 2,280. Tho main troublo in this ostimato was that it ovorestimatod tho Olemont voto and undorcstimatcd that of McOnllough and tho othor candidatos. Tho voto for Senter, tho Democratio candldate for Govomor in 1000, was 17,12'J. Tho desortion of tho Domo crats, aftor having pledgod thelr can didato thoir loyal support, next to the bolt of Olcmciit, was one of tho most shamoful things iu tho late canvass. Ono-half tho Democrats deserted liim. Tho Ropublican voto of 11)00 was 48,441. Over 10,000 Republicaus, or about one-lhird tho voto of two years ago, without causo or reasoimblo ex cuso of any kind, deserted tho party in tho lato olcction. Thero boing no oloction by tlio peo plo tho Gcnoral Assembly will have in its chargo tho ohoico of tho Cliief Kxcoutivo. Tlio roturns from tho leg islativo cloctions indicato that on a conservativo ostimato, tho majority on joiut ballot for tho rcgular Ropub lican candidato will bo about 40, as suring tho control of tho Legislaturo by tho Ropublicaus and tlio election of Gonoral McQullough. WASHINGTON OOUNTY. Tho correctcd roturns from Wash ington county mako tho Govemor voto as follows : McOullough, 2,937 Olemont,. 2,910 McGottrick, 1,325 Sherburno, 390 Total, 7,502 H. G. Smith of Rutland, Mr. Olom ont's gcnoral campaign mauagor, is- snod just boforo olcction an ostimato of tho voto by countios throughout tho Stato which was publishod iu Mon day's St. Albans Mossongor; this gavo for Washington county tho following estimate from tho Olomont standpoint : Oloment, McOullough, McGottrick, Sliorburno, Tho total voto in 4,182 1,722 975 387 this county bofiig in that estimate, 7.2G0 EDWARD EGGLESTON. Dr. Edward Eggloston, who died at his horuo near Lako Georgo, Wodnes day, Soptembor 3, wasborn inludiana and in 1857, when twonty vears of ago, ho entored tho Mothodist miuistry. Aftor nino yoars of religious sorvico ho begau his career as a journalist and this calling led out to his roal vocation, writer of romanco and his tory. Ho was tho first American novolist to iutroducc provincial roalism, or, to qnoto a critic, "to porcolvo tho valuo of dialect in intorpretivo flotiou." His novol "Tho Hoosior Sohoolmastor, " so widoly rcad, is au oxample of this and his realistic presontatiou of tho lifo ho know so woll bears tho stamp of tho artist. Egglestou was among tho most scholarly of Amoricans, his bright and gonial hnmor onlivoning all his work. It has boon paid of liim that though ho was a good novolist ho was a bottor prcachor ; that ho was bottor still as a conversationalist, and bost of all iu philanthropy. Besidos tho"Hoosier Schooolmastor," which flrst brought him into prominonco, which has been translatod into Fronoh and Danish nnd is read now with as much onjoyment as twonty-flvo or tliirty yoars ngo, ho wroto "Huldah, tho Holp," his flrst story for growu up pooplo and which appeared in Scribnor's Magazino " Tho Oirouit Ridor, "" Tho Faith Doctor, "" Roxy, ' aud "Tho Graysons," all of which aro dosorvcdly road to this day, thougli tho yonngost of thom is tou years old. Ho gavo ns in his lator years, two most ontertaiuing histori cal sketohos, "Tho Bogiunors of a Na tion," and "Tho Transit of Oiviliza tion." Proachor, editor, novolist, historiau his was indcod a varied caroor, showing his vorsatility and hisabilily to do many kinds of work woll ; but porhaps, in hiB nrivato lifo. ho was at his bost as ono who did what ho could for his followmon. LUOKY OIL STRIKE. Omaha, Nob., Sopt. 5. Advicos just rocoived in Omaha say that an analy sis of oil from tho Jnger woll, in Uinta county, Wyo., mado by Stato Geologist Knight, disclosod tho pros onco of moro than two gallons of rhig olono to n barrol of oil. At tho pres ont marKot prico of rhigolono this would mako tlio oil worth about $12 por barrel. Rhigolono was flrst dis covorod twonty years ago.and with tho oxception of oymogono, is tho most volatilo liquid known, It ovaporatos nt 04 degrees, and is used in surgical oporations, though, on nccount of its hlgh pricn, only sparingly. From tho Ponusylvnnia nnd Ohio oils it lias been possiblo to distill it, but only in vory small quantitios. i t r Llngorlng Summor Coltls. Don'tleta cold run at thlssenson. Sumuicr oolds aro the bardest klnd to euro nnd if nogleeted may lluger along for luonths. Along slego Uko this wlll piill down thu Btrongest constltutlon. Ouo Sllnuto Cough Uuro wlll break up tho atttiok ut oueo. safo, sure, aots at oneo. C'ures couuh', oolds, oroui), bronohltls. nll throat aml hing troubles. Tho uhlldreiiliko lt. Itlv ors Uros. OOUNTY OOURT. Oounty court is exporionoing tho utmost difllonlty in gcttiug startod and at tho oponing of tho morning scssion today could not flnd a caso for trial out of tlio flrst twcnty-flvo casos on tho jury cnlendar. Whon tho grand jury was sworn this morning it was discovorod that A. A. Bliss of Calais was disqualifled to sit upon tho jury having sorvod as a potit juryman withln two years. W. K. Adams of this city was drawn as a talosmon to 1111 tho vacant seat. Tho dockot is bo ing out down in ovory possiblo way, dozons of casos boing discontinued and othorwiso dlsposcd of. Many cases sot lor tnai wm uouutiosB bo carriod ovor, not boing ready. Sovoral cases havo boon roforrcd,. Tho caso of G. S. Blaisdell v. D. O. Watts for slaudor was callcd for trial thiS morning but will bo takon up this aftonioon. Court took a rcccss until two o'clock his aftcrnoon, it boing imposslblo to flnd a caso ready for trial. AFTERNOON. Court camo in promptlr at two o'clock thisnftcrnoou and tho flrst an- . nouucement was to tlio olfcot that tho caso of Blaisdoll v. Watts for slandor had beon sottled aud tlio court ordered , it discontinued. Considorablo timo was passed in continuiug casos; that of Gordon v. Ganthicr, trespass, bo- , ing discontinuod without cost toeithor party. Tho case, Moody & Miuard, v. FrankE. Donaliue and G.E. Moody, ! Tr., was settled and discontinued. At this writing no cases had been brought forward for trial. Tho main reasou why tlioro is a lack of businoss for the court to transact is because all attor noys had ovidontly banked upou tho ' Mclvinstry v. Collins cato occupying two weoks' timo and bolieved it would 1 come at tlio openingof court thus giv ng them timo to propare their cases later. Aftor cousulting with the assistant ' judges Thursday .ludge Watson excus- I ed tho petit jury until ten o'clock Tuesday morning. Tho grand jury is at worK. .jucigo idgertou oponetl court at nino o'clock this morning but no businoss was transacted. Tho casos 'of Phol)3 v. Knott & Olosson and r itts v. Knott o Olosson woro jiassed Thursday aftcrnoon for tlio present. R. W. Taft of Burlington appeared for dcfondants. Hardly had tho flrst wavo of cxcito ment over oleotion returns subsided beforo tho Soptembor torm of Wash ington county court oponed witli Jndgo Watson prosiding. Assistant Judges Edgerton and Huntloy woro both present. Thero was a largo at tendauco of mcmbors of tho bar of Washington county. Tho foreuoon wns spent in calliug tho dockct. Tho flrst two cases sot for trial aro Stato v. Jesso B. Norton, bigamy ; and Stato v. Alox Gleimio, embezzlernont. Tho caso of Morris Mclvinstry v. O. R. Collins aud B. II. Lovoll, assault, was continued on torms that tho plaiutiff pay dofondant ?25. Tho struck jury in tho caso was oxcused and paid. SEORET SERVIOE MEN Tho sccret sorricemen, who nccom pauicd tho President upon his visit to Montpolior fouud no daugor present. Two arrived in Barro and two in this city on last Friday ovening. At tlio Stato Houso threo inoideuts occurred, which momentarily arouscd tho snspio ions of tho secret sorvico men. Whilo tho President was in the Stato trcas urcr's oflleo, a man was noticed to bo loitoriug in tho sliadow of tho oppo sito corridor with ono hand concealed beueath his coat. As secret sorvico man investigated, only to flnd ono of our most roputablo oitizons who desir ed to got a glimpso of tho President but was too modest too join tho group about tho oflleo. Whilo tho President was making his addross a suspicious looking mau was observed directly in front of tho stand with his right hand concealed behind his sombrero hat which ho hold in his loft hand. Tho mau was immodiately placcd undor tho closo survoillance of oflicors, without boing conscious of tho fact. Ho finally dropped his hat aud it was soou ho had uothing but a haudkor chiof in tho concealed haud. A seorot sorvico man, also, whilo tho President was speakiug, caught a young man trying to ontor tho Stato Houso by a rear window but becamo satisfled tho follow had no othor motivo oxcopt ouriosity aud ho was taken to the liues and lot go. All this goes to show that ovory movomont of tho President whilo traveling is guarded ns much as is possiblo from probablo dangor, and by traincd oxports. HON. W. S. MARTIN Hon. Willard S.Martin passed away at aquartor past ten o'clook, Thursday oveniug.nt tho homoof his son, Orlan do L. Martin, of Plainfield. In Mnroh Mr. Martin was attaokcd with tho ,gnp, which tlovoloped i'lto pneumonia with complicatious. Ho recovored partially and was ablo to bo about un til Monday, Aug. 20, when ho was again strickon down with a cotnpli catiou of disoases from which honovor rallied. Mr. Martin was born iu Marshflold, January 20, 1827, removiug to Plnin ilold in 1800, whoro lio purchased a flno proporty of nearly 000 acros and whoro ho had sinco lived. Ho was a Ropublican iu his political boliof, aud was intrustcd with many responsibld positions in his town and county. Ho had boon justico of tho poaco for thirty-six years and was roolectod to that oflleo last Tuesday. IIo was ohoson to ropresent tho town in tho Legislaturo of 1804-'05, and wnsasso ciato judgo from 1874 till 1878. In 1883 ho was choson a Sonator from Washington county. IIo was six years a dirqctor of Barro National Bank, two years president of tho Washington county ngricultural sooiety and had boen for a long timo, trustee of God dard Seminary. Mr. Martin was a public spirited man, of kindly nnd sympathetio na turo, and wns honored and ostoemed by all. Ho is survived by chreo ohil drou, Willard S. and Edgar L.,of Man ohostor, N. II., and Orlando L., who residos on tho old homo farm. Funornl coromonies will bo hold in tho Congregational churoh at Plain flold ou Suuday, nt two o'clook p. m. By sowing nitrato of soda iu small quantitios in showory woathor undor troos, a most beantiful vorduro will bo obtained. Assbted by CUTICURA OINTMENT, the Qireat bkln Uure, for pr estrving, puri fying, and beautifying the skln, for cUansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping oi falling hair, forsoftening, whltening, and soothing redt rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itcmngs, and chafings, and for all the pur poses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. MilUons of Women use CUTICURA SOAP in the form of baths for annoying inflammations arid irritations, or too free or offensive perspirations, in the form of washes for ulcerative weafcnesses, and for many sanatlve, antiseptic purposcs which readlly suggest themselves to women, espeeially mothers. No amount of persuasion can inducc those who have onceused these great skin purifiers and beautiiiers to use any others. CompleteTreatment for every Itumour, $t. C'onel-tlngof CCTlctHASOArtiV:. .tock-atiso tlio sklu of cruf-ts nml scales, nnd eolten tho tlilckcncd cutlclo. Cutkliia Oixtmunt (SOc), to liiftaiitly nllny UWiliijr, lnllainma. tlon, nnd lrrltntton, and hootliu and hoal, and CcricLitA utoi.vm'T I'ills (i'jc.;, to cool and clcanso tlio blood. CrricrrtA Kesolvevt Pilw (Cliocol.ito Coatcd) aro a new, tastelcss, odorluas. eco iioiiitcnl BUliHtltute for tlio celebrated liquta CrrieuRA Itioi.VENT,n9 well ai for nll other Mood lmrltlers and liuinour cures. ln sciow cap vlals, containini; 00 doses, jirlce 23c. SoH throuehout tho wotld. Drltiih Depoti 27-23. Charterhouee fcq.. London. French Depoti i llue de It Pau. 1 ott R R Drl-o and Ciuu. Corp., ole l'rops , Bolton, U. S, A. "AU about the &Mu," lre. THE MEMBER FROM MIDDLE BURY. Mr. Battoll in tho City. His Purpose iii tho Mattor of Liquor Leigslation. Joseph Battoll of Middlebury, pro prietor of tho Middlebury Register, was at tho Pavilion this morning whoro ho was interviowed by a Jour nal reportor ns to whother ho intend od to introduco a bill at tho comiug sossion of tho Legislaturo which would embody tho viows uponl liquor lcgislntiou ho has advocated iu his newspapor, namely, tho dispensary system which is in forco in cortain sections of tho South. Mr. Battell said that ho believed that was tho propor way to regulato tho traflic, but ho should confer with thoso hav ing in chargo tho draftiug of tho pro posed bill regarding tho salo of liquor, and that he should do all in his power to dovise a fair, squaro aud equablo measuro, ono that tho peoplo of Ver mont would bo willing to aecopt. SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES. Tho World's Work for Soptembor is full of intorestiug aud importaut things, uotablo among which is tho flrst of Mr. M. G. Ounniff's articles on Labor Unions. Mr. Cunuiff has been living among uniou men and writes of tho spirit of union mcthods as seon from tho inside. Besides somo vigorous editorials, includiug a sum mary of A Year of President Roosovelt and tho leading fncts in Among tho World's Workers, thero aro somo in torosting fncts givon about Amorican Books Abroad. St. Nioholas for Soptember has a thrilling baso ball story, another of tho Iiiidau flght, bosido tho long story outitled "Hilarity Hall." Tho last is an ideal story for girls. Tho September numbor of Evory whoro has as its loadiug featnro an illustrated poem, of timely intorest, in Mr. Carloton's most characteristio stylo: "Farmer Stobbins at tho Fair." Margaret E. Saugstor aud Alexaudor S. Bacou aro othor spocial contributors. Tho North American Roviow for Soptembor coiitnins n most attractivo collection of articles ou a wido rango of subjcots. Apropos of Jules Vorno's recont prophooj' that tho novel would bo unkuown in liternturo in flfty yoars a vigorous negativo is givon to tho quostiou "Will tho Novol Disap pear?" by W. D. Ilowolls, Hamlin Garland, John Kondriok Bangs and othors. Thoro aro othor articles of gonoral intorest. SEMINARY FOOTBALL TEAM. Montpelier Seminary intonds to havo a strong football toam, this year, or rathor, two toams, siuce tho number good men available is a largo ono. Prnoticolias boon taking placo on the eampus ovory night sinco school com monced. Leo Whitnoy, who wns olect ed cnptaiu by last year's team, espects to pilot on to victory the fastost team that has represented the school in ro cont years. A largo number of the old men aro back and trying for thoir old positins; Gordon nnd Howard as guard's; Riohardson and Marvin ns tackles; Whituey ns quarterbaok. Tobbots, who played on tlio '99 nnd '00 teams, but who did not play last year, will probably play eonter, this season. A largo numbor aro trying for tho onds, but no partioular ones havo boon spokon of ns suro of thoso positions, yot. As Humilton is not ooming baok thoro is a vacanoy nt fall, whioh Scott of Thotford, who has not yet arrived, will probably flll. Othor now mon aro oxpootod, somo of whom may mnko tho old ones hus tlo to keop thoir positions. Whntovnr tlio flnal doolsion may bo, as to who shall play aud what positions thoy wlll flll, wo may rest nssured that this year 's toam will bo a wlnuor. STATE NEWS Whito Rivor Jnuction, Sopt. 0, An uuknown man was found undor tho railroad bridgo near North Hartland station Thursdny morning, shocking ly injured. Physicians werc called anu thoy tliougnt lic Hau been ltijuicu forty-eight hours. IIo died at 2 o'clock. Tho man was about flfty years old, with dark hair and foatur os, nnd woro a mustache. From pa pers fouud ho may bo .Tosoph Kelly or Riloy, Essox, Mass. , a book agent. A star was tattoed ou tho bnck of his loft hand. Ho was probably struok by a passinf; train and local authorities aro lnvestigating. Tho man is unknowu hero. Richford, Sept, 0. Alfrcd Groop, twonty-flvo years old, cmployed by a farmor named Carty uear Abercorn, Suo., was probably fatally injured at lis placo Friday morning. A horso which ho was driving becamo fright oncd at tho cars at tho Canadian (Pa ciflc orossiug and shicd out of tho rond, tho hub of the wagon striking a tree nnd throwing the occupant out with great violeuce. Tho injurecl mau was takcn to the homo of Mr Olmstead near by nnd Drs, Scofield and Hamilton called. Upou investi gatiou they found that concussion of the brain had resulted from tho fall. aud that thoro was vory littlo chauco of reeovery. Greep is an Eupllshmnn, tho son of an Eplscopal clergyman at Liverpool, Eng. Waterbuy, Sept. 0. A jolliflcation colobration was held in this town Friday evcuing in lionor of G. B. Evans, sheriff-elect from Washington county. About 2,000 peoplo wore present. Speecher wero made by F. A Deering of Northfield, George T Swnsoy aud William Wishart of Barro and F. W. Bailey and J. H. Senter of Montpelier. G. B. Evans was intro duced by the chairmau, Charles Rob inson, who made n short speeeh ap propriate to the occasion, nnd extend- ea an invltatlon to all to partake of refreshmeuts within hls commodious diuing hall. After the speeclies a large bonflre wns liglited on tho com mon. Music was furnished by tho Waterbury band. Warren, sept. 0.- Having lmlloted 30 tlnies wlth no ehoiee for representatlve tho four lending eandidntes iu this town decided at niidnight Friday that they would cull it '"no gaino" and adjotirned without date. The regular Republleaus ehiiin a victo ry, they elalm they had no llcenso to eleet a repn-'ieiitatlve here nnd that it was eonceded thut the Deinoernts would out. Tlio vote slood ou the thirtieth ballot ns follows: Ilenth, Clenieut llep uplienn, 73; Parker, Deinoei'at. OS; Fonl, le(,llllough Hepublieau,32; seatterin', 11. Newport, Vt., Sopt. 0. Georgo Bu chanau, a young mau of this town, was attacked by a highwayman early yesterday morning in a lonely placo between Newport and Batesvillo, sliot through tho arm and loft unconscious by the roadsido. When he camo to his seuscs ho found that his wallcc, coutniuing .S0, liad been taken. Bu channn had been spending tho oven ing with a friend in Batesville, aud started for homo after midnight. Ho was just approaching tho outskirts of this town whon a man stopped out of tho shadow and demanded his money. Buchnnan did not comply. aud tho rob bor flred. Evidently tho robbor com pleted his work, for when Buchaiiau camo to himsolf 80, which ho had in his pocket, was missing, aud tho rob ber had disappeared, leaving iio ciue. LEG BROKEN TEN TMIES. Williamsport, Sept. 5. For tho tonth timo in ten years John T. Allen is suffering from a broken leg. The presont iujury is his right leg, aud that limb has now beon broken tho samo number of times as tho other. Alloii stooped over to straighton a pieco of carpot on his porch whon tho boue suappod. FRENI ER-FLANN AGAN. A wedding was held Wednesday in St. Patrick's church in Moretown, the home of the bride's parer.ts, whlch will interest Montpelierites, as both of the contracting parties are favorably known here. Miss Mary Chnstina Flannagan and Henry T. Frenier were united in marriage at 9 a. m., in the presence of relativcsand triends. Mr. and Mrs. Frenier are to en joy a week's wedding tour in Canada. Upon their return to this city they will re side at IS2 St. I'aul street. The bride is well known here, being a sister of J. E. and George Flannagan and ofMrs. J. J. Goodwin,' The groom has for several years been a trusted and effi cient employe in the oflice of the Lane Manufacturing Company, and is very popular among his fellows. He is a son of Henry Frenier of Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Frenier were the recipi ents of many beautiful and valuable pres ents, as well as the best wishes of a wide eircle of friends. "Is this lnst spring or noxt fall?" said a discourajpd individual as ho opened tho stroe' '.loor and a cold blast of wind assailed hu. 'I' don't know, answered his com pnniou, "but ouo "ing is certain it is not this summor!' Young lady (ou l r& the linen: "What is tho mattor Oaptnin Qunrter decki"' Cnptaiu : "Thoact is.my dear young lady, wo'vo broken our rudder. " Young Lady: "I wouldn't worry about that. Tho rudder is undor wa tor, you know, and it isn't likelv peo plo will notiee it. " Tit-Bits. Dyspepsia Cure Dicjcsts what vou cat. This preparation contalns all of the dlgestants and digests all klnds of food. Itglvc&instant reliefaud nevet fallstocure. Itallowsjou to cat all tho food you Vant. The most sensitive storaaclts can' tako It. By its uso many lhnilSaild3 Ofl (H'ennntloj hn... cured after eyerythltiR elso falled. It provents fonnation of gason thestoru och, relievin all dLtressaftereatinc. Dlctlng unuer'jessiTy. Pleasant totaka It can't liolp I but do Vnu nnnit