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TH11MH, I'AII) IN A1VANUK )ni Yrnr Sl.BO isiRht niontim l.ro Hlx Mantli TC If notl'nlrt In Ailvnncc, W2.00 r ycnr ettturu Qcnni twant a iiiv rtUrLEtvKKKivi ni w I'AI'B It. riit i'(tiiMSiii:n Fiiirl.url tiih VOL. 965028. MONTPELIER, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM MER 17, 1902. NUMBER 38. TEriPLE-ncCUEN Co. MONTPELIER, VERMONT. New Mercliandise for Fall and Winter..,, Every day brings somethinq: new NEW DRESS COODS, SILKS AND TRIMMINCS. FRENCH FLANNELS for waists, plnin and fancy, 35c, 50c, 75c yaul 200 pnirs 10x1 Blnnkets, vnluo 75c, at 59c at $ l -OQ We are showingthe Latest Novelties Cloaks, Suitsiand Furs WALKINC WALKINC FITTINO hlZWJ TAILOR MADE SU'TSJn all IIADLT-HIIV iLe.iQQ Made from French Flanncls, Silk, Velvet and Peau do Soie from SL25 up Another lot of those 12.50 KA'GL ANS at $8.98. Oxford, Gray and Tan. 16 doz. MERCERIZED PETTICOATS with double ruffles at 98c Carpets, Mattings and Draperies Our goods are all of terns artistic that pleases. WELLS & 24 State Street, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH mmmmi pills Wr, 7rB A FE. AlwTirelUMe Ln.ile. Drnirlit C PvWL CIIICIIIiSTISK'S KNGL ln UED tni Gold metalllc boxei. ictlel TT ,f "Ithbiusrlbbon. Takono other. Itcfune j?1 I'anffcront Hubntltutlonn und Ijulta ftod ' Itcllef for LrJIcb," in Ittier, by re- turn Httll. 1 0.OOM Teittmon &li. RoM h ilentlon thie puptr. SUttlon I, VlUlu., Va. B. J. GRIFF1N, Prin., SPRINQFIELD, mass. GrifhVs stutlcuts get the best paying positious. Every student from Vermont wlio attended the school last year is in a position. Scnd for catalogue. WIRE PHONE OR WRITE... US If you want to save money on OILS, sold subject to approval. BARRE SUPPLY CO, Telephone 51-3, Barre, - Vermont. (8 ft&zriri 'ihlu slgnaturo 1s on every box ot tbo gennln I Laxativc BromoQuinine TaMeta the remedy tbat curett n cold In onti iluy AYING INVESTMENT riumbing is onc of thoHO tbinfjs which cannot bo clicaponeil without enclaiif,' cring tho hcalth of nll con cerncd in its nse, Thero ia no excuso for dc fcctivo plnmbing in thesc culightPiicd days. If thero is any in yonv Iiouko tho fjooner it h roplaccd withrt liablo opcn fi x t u v o s thc cheaper it will provo for you. WE GUAltANTEH NEW WOKK FOIt ONE YEAIJ. PECK BROS.' Montpelier. jmtfwf SETS Something New SKIRTS, SUITS, $2.98 up $10.00 up the Latest Stvles from $8.98 up Slandard grade. The pat- sort and new, and the piices the Give us a call. BOYLES, flontpelier, Vt. OITY COURT. Tlio niost interesting case to oecupy the attention of city court for somo weeks took the most of tlio forenoon Tuesday. Mrs. Gortrudo Mclntosh was charged with committiug au nssault upon Catherino McNeil, a flfteeu-year-old raiss residiug on Foster street, the respondent being a nest door neighbor. The troublo arose over the McNoil girl and her sister Etliel who, at varions times, it was shown, lind been somewhnt abasivo to Master Kenneth Mclntosh and his diininutive, dimpled sister Ituth. KennetJi was about six years of age. Miss Rutli, who was charged in the evidence introducod by the State as having with force of arnis assanlt ed a girl of somo fifteen years, had reached tiio age of flvo yeras. Twelve witneses; wlier examined and the ueighborliood'soo inion of the assault which ocourred August 29, was aired. Grand Jnror F. A. Bailoy proscuted and J. G. Wiug appeared for the re spondent. The evidence teuded to show tliat the McNeil cliildren had been wout to imposo upon thoir small er playmates, the Mclntosh childron, and the court ordered tlio Jespondont discharged. COUNTi' COUUT. County court opened for business (his afternoon at two o'clook and tlio casu of Uould v. Guuld was takun up. Tlio caso in ro Almira Cowdroy's will wiU be takeu up tliis afternoou. Tlio grand jury is stlll on duty with consldur able worK atiead. Ttio caso of tlio wlll of Alraira Oowdroy whlcli lina been beforo county court for two days will probably tako ono if not two Uaya moro. Following tbo will case tbo cnso of t'laronco L. Ilatbaway v Mitchell Goslant, trcspass, will bo taken up for trial. i DISASTHOUS EXPLOSION. Roanoke, Va., Sopt. 10. A special from Norfolk, W. Va., to thoRoanoko Timo says : A disastrous gas and powder ox oulsion' ocurred in tlio Big Fonr mino of tho Algoma Coal and Coko com pany hore this morning. Jaincs Los tor, an onginoor, John Roockie, a Hungarian minor, and flfteon colored miners aro knowu to bo in tho mino now and thoro is no clianco of thoir '. boing recovored alivo, as tlioy aro be- yonu tno pmnt wiiero tbo oxplosion occurred, and tho gas and smoko is so thick that tho roscuing parties aro boing drivon back. H. F. Fiankon flold, tho bank boss, and Georgo Gas pio, a Hungarian minor, succeded in crawling over tho fallon coal aud slato to tho lights of tho resouing Iarty and havo been taken cut alivo, althouch thoy aro both badly burned nnd wero nearly suiVocatcd by tlio gas iid smoko inhalcd. Tho oxplosion was caused by tho accumulfttion of gas takiug flro from tho lamp of a minor who was coiim to work. This in turn flrod kegs of blasting powdor wliioh ro?ulted in an oxplosion whlcli closed tho nnno en tranoo, cutting oll tlio tupiiiy oi airfrom tho mon who aro imprisonod boliiud tho wreokago. A slight ox plosion had occurred Sunday night and tho mon had boon cautiouod, but no ono had fully rcalizod tlio dan. gor. It is uudorstpod that tho coal is buming aud tho flames cannot bo oxtinguishcd till a now air passago can bo oponed to tho point of tho oxplosion. Business Mcrc Mcntion. Frert A, Alnswoi tb, dnwglst, Wllllanis town. Vt , continuos to sollult. nnd Biipply tnidc at lils old stand on Dupot street Do you want anyttiing in bls llne, no inattur wbatf Ho wm uiulertako to sup ply It, aml glvo you s'ltlsfactlon as to iuallty, (inantity and prico. Let no ono elso liatter you tbat bo can, or will, do buttor by you lu tbo drug llno, tlll you bavo pnived it.by a vislt at F. A. Ahi? wortlrs storo WANTED. To buy or rent a soo ond liand liorso powcr witli attaoli uients for sawing wood. Addross Oliarles French, Graniteville, Vt. STOCK AND FAHM FOR SALE. Fnrm containiiig 120 acrcssnitably divid ed into pasture, tillago and wood land. stock consists of 0 young cows giving milk, rimniiig waler at lionip, short dis tanco froin creamery. John L. Slicpaid Topsliani, Vt. COUNTY OFFIOERS. County Olerk Smilie has canvassod tho voto of Washington county for Senators and conuy comnii'ssionor and tho result is as follows: For Senators, Republican ticket, N. D. Plielps, Earro city, 5,277; R. F. Drennan, Woodbury, 2,838; A. D. Bragg, FaysTon, 2,840. Fnsiou ticket V. B. Jlayo, North flold, 3,5)00 ; Georgo F. Siblcy, East Montpelier, 8,028; D. M. Miles, Baire city, 1,5130. Prohibition, Alpha W. Davis, Waterbury, 823; Carlos L. Richmond, Northfield, 313 ; Harrison O. Cutting, Plainileld, 310. S. D. Allen, Barre city, had one vote. From the roturns it appears that ono Republican candidnte, Piielps, and two Fusion candidates, Mayo and Sibly, are elo cted Sonators from Washington co unty. Tlio vote for county commissioner was: C'harles D. Edgerton, Northfield, Republican, 3,158; Lynn B. Brooks, Jlontpolior, Fusion, 3,050; Daniel Worcester, 2. THE MOVING PIOTURES. The Lyman Howe pictures wcre, as usual, greeted by a largo andience, at the Blanchard opera house on Jlonday night,'1 no inconsidcrablo portion of whicliiconsistM of childron whoso utter enjoyment and spontaneous, joyons laughter was a thing worth sharing. Besidps being intensely amusing theso pictures are instructive, and every school boy who saw theso scenes from othor lands will flnd his geography possosses a new intcrest. Tliose who wero interested in the coronation scenes could hardly have failed to bo pleased with tlio viows brought beforo them of tho most im pressive events of this occasion, from the procession with accompanying sounds of clatter of hoofs, clankiug sword and roll of carriages, till the crown wasplaced on the King'shead; and one could alinost believo that living, breathing boings were moving across tho canvas. The entire eveiiing's entertainment was very pleasing, tbo pictures were widely varied, embracing viows from the snowy heiglits of Switzorland to tbo burning sands ot the bahara ; and it isalways wonderful to see the real istic presentation of a moving train pufflng and rumbhng its way through rocky ravines and across lonely plains, or tho boats passing across tho rip pling waters, while tho splash of the oar is plainly heard. Tlie woird Mohurruin Festival and the scenes of magio were among the most interest ing of the views and tho satisfaction of tho audienco was plainly ovidenced by tho applause which followed each picturo. No expressions of regret were heard at tho announcement tliat another exliibition of Lyman Howo's moving pictures wiii occur nere agaiu betore the end ot.tlie seasou. VERMONT PENSIONS. Washington, Sopt. 1G. The follow- ing nensions havo been announced : Increaso, roitsue, otc. , Valentino Bragg, Dummerston, 10; Henry M. Miller, Brattleboro, ?S; Amos ii. Sawyer, Bradford, $8. TRAGEDY IN A HOTEL. Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 15. Ethel B. Dinglc, a rarely pretty girl, -whoso face aud flgure may be seon in overy fiell telepliouo tnrectory, lies deau, from a gaping wound in her throat, while Leland Dorr Keut is at tho Horaeopathic hospital, his throat also slashed but not so seriously but what lio will livo. Kont's statoment to tho coronors has not been made public, but ho olaims that tho girl wounded him aud then killed licrself. His story is doubted. Tho cbuplo had registoreu at tho liotol Iato last niL'lit, as L. B. Kont and wifo. Thoy woro found in thoir room this morning, tho girl dead and tho man wlld and ravuic. Tho dead cirl hold a razor in her haud aud bottles containini; poworful drngs wero fouud in thoir room. Dotectivos aro guarding Kent, who would havo graduated from tho Uivor sido hospital at Buifalo noxt ycar. Ho has a wifo and littlo son in that. olty, and his fathor is gonoral mana gor of tho Masonio Lifo Insurauoo company of Bull'alo. SKULL FRAOTURED IN SALOON. Now York, Sopt. 10. Nioholas Fish, bankor and hoad of oiio of tho oldost and wcalthiest Kniokorbookor familics, died early tliis morning aftor an operation at Roosovelt Hos pital for a fraotnrod skull. Whilo iu comjiauy witli two womon in a saloon on Wost 81th Btroot yostorday ho was assaultcd by Thonias Sharkoy and so soriously hurt that an oporati;n was thought nocossary. Sharkoy and tho womon havo beon arrestod. Fish was tho oldost son of tho lato Ilamil ton Fish. Bom in 1810 ho had hold sovoral importaut olllcos, boing min istor to Bolginm from '82 to '80. Montpelier and Vicinity. LOCAL HAPPENINCS. Theodoro Flsbor. ulgbty-four yuars old isuritleally 111. Excursion to Now York. Sco advor tisemcn ou pago 5. Thonias Crowloy spent Sunday vlsltlng relatlves lu East Huno. Capt. V. A. Uoud inoved Saturday from tbo jji ueo hloek to Uarre. John S. Ellis of Sl, Jobtisbury is a guesl of W A. Klbs, bls brotbur. Georgo 0. Uailoy of Jersoy Ciiy, N J., is vlsltiug lelalivos iu tbo city, Artliur E. Owen at Uurllngloli spent Sunday witli Iriouds In this city. A case of dipbtberla was roported aud piarautbie(l on Vlno street, Saturday. Oscar N. Cross Is baving ono of bls bouses on East btalo stieut imlnted, No. 62. 0. E. Ayers, tho photographor is seriosly ill and unablu to bo at tho studio. E. A. Kuapp has movod lils famlly from llarro to tlns city aud is to rcsiclo at 137 Muin slieut. Excursion to New York. Seo advcr tisement on pago 5. MissE. Muudo Wilhnau of I'otlstown, I'a., is tlio guesl of her Ijiotber, Uev. L. K. Willniau. Jack I'ow M s' terin at tbo bouso of eor ructlou lias o vplied and lio is now resiiling iu llui liiigtoi. . E. E. ICuolt took seeond money iu the freo-lor all raco at Uai tou od Fndiii, tlie puro Ueuig 400. Edwin G. Ballard son of S. S. Ballard lias entercd tho Holderuess N. H. school for boys. Mrs. L. K. Willniau returned Fridav from a vacaiiou ot several weeks at lier old liumu m Uristol, N. II. Excursion to New York. Seo adver tisoment ou pago 5. Montpelier Military band und Co II havo upiminled uoiniiiilteuA witli tbo viow ot lioluiiiga lair iu OutotJer. Davis Jloiris ot tlio ilrui of lieeiuan aud Morns returiied tliis niornliig lrom u shorl busiuoos tni) to Jsmv lork city. tfi" luistmau. M. . 02. who is now em- plotd ai.llio El copper uihie at Cop lietileld, is iu town lor a low ilays. .Mrs. F. II. .lonkins and littlo (luuiiliter r')turuel ou Fnday oyeiiing l'roin au ox teuded visit witli relaiives in Canada. UeorKe Walers lias elosed out his bur- bei ing uusliibss at llio Union iluto m tliis uuy aud will opeu a sliop lu Alburg tliis week. Mrs. UilliiiKs of WatorbuiT. who has been at tlie ifeaton hospital lor somo iinie, nas ueen reinoved lu the nuspllu. ut Waterbury. Air. aud A.rs. G II, Wilder. Mr aud Alrs. F. W. lieuiio, and Cail Foisell ro turuid on Saturduv ovenuij: lrom St. Johus, 1'. Q. Maiy Maru'aret usrod livo vears. dausli- ter ot .r. and Mrs. Uauiel (Jounlilin ot JSo. asabin street. died .ucntlay ot rheu- uialic lover. Tho case of John Jjutiibhette. of llerlin. oharged witli keeplng liiiuor lor tale, was urougni up agaiu on caturciay atid cou tinued one week Uno of tho pot dog of Mo:es F. Farrar sot iu tho way of a nulwav train on Jlon- day aml noihlug wtis lelt ol the dog wonn meiitionuit;. Mrs. Ilerinuu D. ilopkius and littlo daugliter lelt Alonday lor atwo weoks' vis it with Mrs. Eiuina J Artliur, her sister, lu Sprmglield, Mass. C. 0. l'ieivo's habillties aro set at Sl.OCO aud assels al S 1,700, ot which S2U0 is ex einpt. Tho liabilitles of L. 11. 13ixby are aelal 32,300 wtth uo assets. Excursion to Now York. Seo adver tiscmont ou page 5. Tho water iu tho Stopben's brauoh of tho Wmouski nvor, botweou hero aud Ham is very low, tho river lied iu many places being perfeetly dry. Dr. F. G. Hsott, who came heio to at tend tho M. .-. y. A. A. bamiuet, aud wus ono ot tho principal speakers of tho even iug, returned hoiuo this iioon. Tho Montiielior Semiuary foot ball team is sclieduled for a gamo with tho University ol Vermont loain at Bui'hng ton on Saturday. Soptembor 28. Aooordiug to tlio sebodulo tnado out by tlio Flanders-I'ioroo Company, tho liabil itles aro 521,388.21, of which 820,237.08 is secured and $1,151.13 unseourod. Somoof tho young aluuiuiof ilontpelier Semiuary wero (iiiaitered at tlio sohool wlulo stalng here, otliers had lodgiugi wilb friends und at dlflVrent botels. Tho luarriage of (Jliarles F. Jones of this city aud Aliss liatriet Elizabeth Kilby of ot Hartford, t'onn., is auuouni'ed to oeeur at 1'rovideneo, K. 1,, on Uolober 10. C. F. Dodgo of Hrandou is tlio guest of lt. 0. lloweis of tliis eity, .Mr. Uodgu is on joyiug a vaeation from liis duliesasa iruo,tii uiciii. VJ1I 11U Xkllllltllll PBieifl. Tho f unenil of James M, Kent was beld froin tbo t'huri'h of tho Messlah at teu o'olook Monday, Uov. J. Edward Wright oflioiating. liurial was iu Calais. During tlio timo school is iu sossion the front of tho Union sohool building resembles a bioycle repository as it is black witli tho maoliines of tlio pupils. Clirlst eliiiich elioir wus nnsisli'il Sun day by Mi s. Charles A. Lopez who gavo lulollghttul roiidoriug ot tno solo, "NVIth VerdiiroClad," (roin tho oratorio, "Oiva tiou " Tbo Spaiilding Hlgh School foot ball team ol Uano hus oi'Kanized tor tlio soa son and would hko to hear lrom teams in tliis eity, t'specially lroni tbo Montpelier liigh seliool. Tlio llaptlsl eliiueh of Ibls olty iiilsed 8110 tbls year for tho Huptlst Stnto eon veijtiou, whlfh is inoro thau doublo tho auiouut over beloie raised by this ehurcli ior tliis purposo, Miss Kirby of Northfield was brought to this oity on Monday oven ing and takon to Hoaton hospital in tho ambulanco for treatmout for soiatio rhoumatism. l'eter Fouiitaln has sold his bouso aud lot at 178 llerlin street to Martlii Spollloy lor $1200. and ho is to tako possessiou tlio last ot llilri iuoiilh. Mr. Fouutaiu is to iiuvo toMuloui', N, Y. Excursion to Now York. Hoo ntlvor tisemont on pago 5. i. Kdwnrd Uailoy, managor ot' tho l'n vlllou, says that tbo report that tho ooiu merolal intes of tho houso havo raised froin S2 to 52.50 per day is erroueous, ns no sucli ralao has been inado. Klmball M. Walllng has flulsbed work as olerk iu tbo storo of Mather & Teniplc. Ho has not declded as yet wliere bo will loouto but wlll go to Stowe tbo latter part of this week to vislt his sister for a time, Altbougb the corn crop, tliis ycar, is a declded falttire, yet tho uumhcrof corn roasts bo.d heio aud in llarro seein to be as largo as in any foriner year, two or tlirco being belil every eveiilng of last week, Horsemen in tliis olty will bo pleased to learn that a lot of good borses are now ou snloat tho Barre Trottliu; I'ark. - Tbree ear loads of them arrlved last Sunday, All are blgli bred and of tho best troltlng etoek, Tlio Montpelier nnd Wells Hlver rull road has offerod special rales to those who dolre to attend tho Caledonia comity fair at .loliusbury on Septeinber 10-18 inelu sive, tlio faro for tbo round trlp from this city being $2.45. Two band concerts wlll bo given tbls week nnd two moro wlll linvo to lio given to mako tho eljrhteen coneeits. wbieli tbo band airroed to Klvo (luriug tlio siiin iner iu returu for tho apprupriatlou ninde ior it by tbo city. Ilov. L. F lteed has returned from n fonr weoks vaeation at Canip Illob, Lake Champlain, sir. Reed has tho appear aneo of liaving greatly enjojed his vaea tion aud prollled eveiy way during liisso jourti by tho walers of beautlftil Cliam plalu. Mareus II. Peck of Burlington, who will be reinembered hero as a pitelier on tbo Kdmunds IIighSehool lmse ball team and who has beeu in tho box for tho Rutland Loiikiio team, this suminer, is vlsltiug friends lu town for a few days. Ho will eu ter tlio Univeisity of Vennunt as a fresli man tbls year. Tho members of the Theinu- elub at tended tlio pi'oductioii of Tlie I'ower Ue bind tlio Tlirono" at the opera liousf in a body on Frlday evenliiK as gtiesls of Mrs. II. J. M. Jones, Mrs. F. A. Divluell, Mrs. K L llouyes and Mrs. W. (!. Andrews. At tbo eloso ot tbo perinonnanee. tlio party luncbed at tbo Field restaurant. Somo twenty friends and neiglibors of Mr. and Mr. Harry L. Ricliardson pathcrcd at thoir residence at No. 50 East Stato street on Monday evening and woro cntertained by John Silver with his graphophoiio. For nearly two hours tho party listened to a pro gram of tho latest selections both voc al and insti'umental, and upon leav ing voted tho affair an enjoyablo one. JoluiFlood of Graniteville was arrested at uiidnlght Saturday, siill'ering from an over imlulgenoo lu wbiskev aud "'falstj alutin" beer. Ilo appeaivd in eity eourt tliis inorulnK aud pleaded guilty sajiug that bo reoeived a gilt ol a pint ol whis koy from ono Dan oouey whoui lie met alioard a train lietweeu Middlesex and this oity on Saturday alternoou. Mr. Mooney was en rouie to Coueord, N, 11. Fiued, with costs, S13 '"J wliioii lio paid Atameeling of tho Montpelier Typo grapliieal Union ou Saturduv evening, lesolulions wi-ro adopled endorMUg tlie propositiou of tlie Ceniral Labor Union iu reierenco to tbo striklin: printers. A res olution oiidorsiug the etl'ort made by tho biisiness.uien s;eommitteo to ai bitrate;tlio mattersof dilToteiieo in tlie caso was also adopted Ttiese resolutious were given to tbo business in'en's eomiulttee aud ii in turn presented them to tho Argus man ageuientfor au uiiswer. A well attended soeial was given by the ladies of Trinity eliureb Fnday evening iu tlio clnirch parlors and a shoit uiusical program was rondered iu whleli Mrs. Au na Wilson Ilodgos of Lynn, Mas?., a sis ter of Mrs. F H. Traoy of tbls city, and Mrs M. h llvardsley, took part. Miss Laura Georgo gave a reeitatiou At ter lelreobments, whleli were served by tlio young ladies of the Epworth League, tlie remaiuder of tho evening was passed in a soeial way. As a result of tho resolutionswlopt ed by tlie Montpelier Typographical Unioii, submitted to tlie Argus man agement for consideration, tlie man agement announced on Monday after noon to tho business men's committee that it would take back to work tlie soven striking printers including tlio "mako-up", man, aud would not tlis criminate between tliem. It is expected tlio Ceutral Labor and Typographical Unious will hold special meetings iuimodiatoly to decide whether or not tliis propositiou of tlie Argus will be accopted, or whether the acceptanco of all tho propositious of tlio union will be insisted upon. Tlio third annual Vermout musical festival will bo held at Burlington ou Ootober 13-15 under tlie direction of William R. Cliapmau of New York city. Thoro will bo a chorus of 400 voices, assisted by tlio Ohapman festi val oroliostra, aud tho following solo artists; Mary Howo aud Margaret Fry, sopranos; Elison Van Hoose and Edward P. Johnson, tenors; Isabol Bouton, contrnlto; Guiseppo Campanari aud Gwilyiu !Milcs, bari tones; Francis Archarabault, bass; Hans Kornold, violoncollist. Mont pelier will be repeseuted in tho oliorus aud W. S. Smith lias lieon appointod agcnt for tickots for tliis city aud Barre. UttTHll TO UIIAS A. SMITH. Montpelier, Vt. Denr Sir: Whleli, of theso two, is tho better argument? 1'aiuters eondomn readyniado paiuts; lead and oll is your paint. Or tbls? Divoo lead and luu laits twieo as loug; and the dealer, wbu sells it, baeked by tbo uiaker of it, eslablislied 14(i years, guarantees it. Devou ls vour paint, yours truly, F. W. Dnvoi; & Co. I. S. Abbott & Hailey sell our paint OALLAII AN HARRIGAN. Tlio marriago of Miss Mary E. Harrigan of Northfiold and Fred J. Oallahan of this city occurred at 8 a. m., Tuosday in St. Johns' ohurohat Nortliilold. Rov. J. P. O'Noil por formod tho coromony, Miss No!lio Harrigan, sister of tlio brido, was maid of lionor aud James II. Kolleher of this oity was bost man. Both partios aro woll known in Montplelior aud govoral relativos and frionds from this city wont to Nortli ilold to attend tho wodding. Tlio groom is a meiubor of tho grocory llnn of Oallahan & Avory. Mr. and Mrs. Oallaliau aro to visit in Portland and Boston for ton days boforo ro turning to this oity. THE It was fonr o'olock and aftor whcn the reforeo whistled for tho alumui footbnll gamo, tho flrst ovont on tho day's program. Tho nlumni bogan tho gamo by kickin'g oif to tlio rogn lnr team, which mado a sliort gain. For nearly ten minutes a stiif flght cnsued, tho ball boing nearly all tho timo on tlie regular team's torrltory. Whcn timo was caliod at tlio end of tho flrst lialf, noither sido liad scored, In thc sccond half, after thc team had been rushed back and forth ovor the contral part of tho flold, tho reg ular team succeded in plnclng it on tlio lino withiu flvo fcct of thclr op ponent's goal. Just as thoy wero gottlng ready to rnake tho snap and if possiblo securo a touchdown, tho whistlo blew for tho end of tho gamo ; so noither sido scored. The oilicials wcre, referee, Prof. Hamilton; umpire, John Harvoy; lincsmen, Mr. Holmes and Prof. Hin man. THE LINE UP. M. S. Tebbets, Gordon. Iloward, Marvin. ltlf liai'dson, iller, Whitney, L. Hayries, It. Ilaynes, Halchelder, Melver; Alumui Illnkley. '1)5 Jones, Davis, 01 Kelty. C. Wlllej-, '02 G. Willov, 'CO Suiilli, -l)2 Itox, '00 Iller. '02 Dr. Marvin, '07 Eastman, '02 c 1.Z r. t. 1. 1 r e. 1. e. r b. b. 1 b. b. f. b. q. b. The Rev. Georce Snoncor of Bnston addressed n small audience in the beminary cliapel at T :30 o'clock, be ing introduced by the principal, Rev. W. R. Dn.Vfilinrrf. Hn snnlrn fnr about thirty minutes on "Tlie I-s-portance of Boing a Pupil. " After ontlining his ideas of what tho real and conscientious teachor must over ue, no spoke ot tlio pupirs duty to wards his teaclier and toward God. Ho tmrtiRiibirlr ininrocsprl nnnn l,ic hearers tho facts that Christ Jesus was tho greatest Teaclier tho world ever know and that we are all always learners in tliis world. A reception was held in tlio parlors from six to oight o'clock, and a large nuniber of alumui signed the alumui register. Tlioy camo from Montpe lier, from all parts of the State, and from boyond its borders, iudicating the wido region from which tlio Sem inary's constituency is drawn and tlie interest its graduates have in thoir Alma Matcr. They raiiged, in tlio order of thoir classes, from tlio early eiglities to 1902. At eight o'clock tho fourth annual banquot of tlie Monptpelier Semiuary Young Alumui Association took place in tlio largo dining room. Tlio hall was decorated witii red, white and blue bunting and lianging from tlio ceiling were tlio flags of Dartmouth, University of Vermont, Yale, Syra cuse, New England Conservatory, Harvard Law, Wesleyau and Boston University. Covers were laid for nearly four liundred and fifty and ample justice was dono to the flue menu. Tlio toast list, as printed in yesterday's Jonrnal, was followed, witli these changes : Clark Hood re sponded to the toast U. V. M. ; Hon. F. A. Howland and C. H. Burt, "J3, wero absent ; Rev. Georgo Spencer, '80, was asked by the presideut to tako Mr. Burt's place, and in belialf of the Young Alumni Association pre sented the school witli a new scholar ship to be given to that person, who proves himself to stand flrst in both athletics and scholarship during tlie year preceding graduation. A like scholarship was presented by tlie school and Mr. Davenport, the princi pal accopted both. During tlie courso of the evening thoro was plenty of choeriug, singiiig, and morriment ac companied by a ilow of wit and rep arteo from tlio many jolly wags in at tendanco. Tho bauquet camo to a closo shortly aftor ten ; tho assem blago adjourned to the parlors where a merry sooial hour was spent ani by miduiglit the fourth annual Alum ni day of this association had passed into history. COLOR LINE DRAWN. Chicago, Sept. 15. Tlio color lino lias beou drawn at Northwestern Uni versity, and no co eds. of color will bo admitted to tho young women's dormitories of tho institutioii. The Women's Educational Association has passed on tho mattor, aftor many stormy meetings, and tlie faction iu favor of drawing tlio color lino wou by a decisive majority. Tlio con trovorsy ovor tho question arose a year ago, wlien a young woman living in Toxas engaged a room nt Chapin Hall and when sho nrrived to occupy it was learned for tho flrst time that she was a negress. KEPT HIS PROMISE. Beennington, bopt. 10. Mrs. Edith White, a long timo rcsidont of this villago, lias been notifled tliat tho suni "of $17,500 is dopositod to her credit in on of tho banks iu St. Louis nnd that sho liad better visit that city and securo it. Tlio mouoy was loft hor by a strangor ,whom sho had befriendcdjand who Jjiold hor at tho timo that ho would remember hor in his will. Sho paid little attontiou to it at tho timo. Mrs. White will go to St. Louis soon to securo tlio monoy nnd then tako up her residenco in Troy with htfr niother. Sho has ono daugliter. WASHINGTON. Loo W. Soavor and Edith M. Han son woro married Monday, Soptombor 15, at tliroo o'clock at tho rosidonco of Davis Houghtou , whoro tlioy will commouco housokeeping nt ouco. Tlio mar iago was solouiinzed "by Rov. Grant Vnu Blarcom, in tho presonco of a fow of tlio Jmmodiato rolativos and frionds. A roeoption was hold in tlio ovouing at tho homo of tho grcom'B paronts, Mr. and Mrs. J, B Seavor, whoro tlioy recolvod tho cou grntulatious of a largo gathoring of frionds. ALUMNI DAY,, AT SEMINARY. REASONS FOR INSURANCE. Expcnses eat np wages and sal atics. Year aitcr year tlio aver age l n a 1 1 cxpects to build up an cstato. Tlio usual result is no provisiou or only a small ono for wifo and cliildren. Lifo Iusur ance does the work by easy pay nieiits. K.orrespondcnce solicited,) S. S. BALLARD, General Agent, New Langdon Bulldlng, MONTPELIER, - - VT. Readv-io-put- bn-at-once, If you aro iu. a hurry you don'i have to wait for a Stein Bloch AVholesale Tailored Suit. Corne in toda-, selcct tho style of suit or top-coat you want and wc will flnd your size. No delny, no more ' try ons," and you can fetl utttler no obligations to keep tho gavments if you arc not perfeetly satisfied STEIx BLOCH SUITS, $ 1 5 to $23 STEIN BLOCH OVERCOATS, $ 1 5 to $35 A. D. FARWELL GO, All Coods Sold for Cash. It's your own fault if you don't let us save money for you ! BOTTOM PRICES -on- WATCHE5, CL0CKS, " JEWELRY 03 fiS t0 H to (O to to (O to to it: -and- SILVERWARE. Don't fai! to make use of this. Fine Watch and Clock Repairing Done. PRcn vmm IT3 JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, 1 Depot Square, - Barre, Vt. RUTLAND RAILROAD. The through car line between New Vork, lios.on and all New England points, and the Adirondacks, Thousand Islands, Montrea! and Quebec. Across the Islands of Lake Champlain Reaching the best locations for caniping and fishing, touching at the following itations : South Hero, Grand Isle, North Hero, Isle LaMotte and Alburgh. For timo tablesand full information ad dress Geo. T. Jarvis, C. B. Hibbard, Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass Agt., Rutland, Vt. NOTICE. Tliat upplleation wlll bo made to tbo beglslaturo of this Stato at Its noxt sesslon for a cliaitor for tbo location and constructlon of street railroads iu auil through tho citlos aud towns of W r.sblng ton county.