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VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DEGEMBER 3, 1902. 6 DOMESTIC Scruuton, Pa., Nov. 20. Prosidont John Mitcholl of tlio Unitod Mino Workors, is to wrlto u book. IIo an nounced this to porsonal frionds in this clty Sundiiy ovoniug. It will denl with tho micstion of cnpital iuid labor iuid givo tho dotnlled history of tho 11)00 nml 1002 strikcs. ""Loxingtour Va., Nov." 20. Jnmos K. A. Gibbs. lnvontor of tho Wilcox nud Gibbs sowing niaehlne, tUcd nt Raplno, Roekbridgo county, yestor day. IIo wiih born in 1821) nonr Ra pino in tlio siimo noighborhood with Oyrns Uall McCormick of reapor famo. "Nowport, Nov. 28. Georgo Fiorco, Bnporiutondont of niarino coiiBtruction for tho Now York, New Havon & Hartford rnilrond died of hoartdiscaso Tucsday. Ho dcsigned anu suponii tondcd tho building of llivor BteainorH. Puritau, Plymouth. Coshoctou, Ohio, Nov. a Thunksigviug gamo lioiuo tenni nnd JNow football teain. Wobstor tniu and half back of AGUTE lilGESTION CURED BY DR, WILLIAMS PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE, tho biir Fnll Prlscilm and 28. During botweon tho Coinorstown Yingling, enp visiting toam iono fntnllr inlnrcd in tho scrimningo. Vinnllinr. whn wnlrfliH Imt liiO DOUUds. wns eanght ut tho bottom of tlio pllo and his abdornon oruBhod. Tlio Unitcd Statos govornment hns aevor issned a postago stamp dccoratod with tho hcad of a woman. Bnt this canuot bo Baid aftor Dco. 1. Onthat day tho post ofllco dopnrtment will begin seuding out to posmnstors a now oight cont stamp on which will bo HBod tho heud of Martha Washington. Tho dcsigu is considered ouo of tho most bcautiful ovor"put ont by tho post oillco dopartniont. Tho hcad is oncireled with a wroath. At tho bot tom on tho loft is 17:52, tho ycar in -which Martha Washington wns born ou4ho right 1802, tho ycar in which sho dicd. Washington, Nov. 20. Tho navy dopartmcnt has dccidcd upon a dis tinctivo prison garb for marincs and enlisted mcu in tho navy. It will bo a plain dark gray uniform, blouso and trousers, with a round brimmed soft hat of tho samo liuo. Horctoforo en liFtcd mou sorving tcrms in navy prisons havo worn thoir old uniforms. This was rcgardcd as hard npon tho othcr mon in tho sorvico and upon tho rccomnicndation of .Tndgo Advocato Gcn. Lcmly, tho prison uuiforms -woro dccidcd upon. Cniitoil,' 0'i'M27 ItTs pTtmnod to iucroaso tho guard at tho tomporary resting tomb of tlio late Presidont McKinloy and put it on tlio basis of nu armv nost. Hosnital and dispen- sary fncilities aro to bo iucreascd and a now sito solected, to accommodato sixty-five mon. Indiauapolis, Nov. 28. Whilo ruu niug fifty milcs au honr tho oxposition flyor on tho Big Four railroad whicli loft horo for St. Louis at midnight was -wrecked iicar Danville this moru lug. A dozcn woro iujurcd, bnt nouo fatallv. Tlirco slecpors left tho track and all tho injurod woro in thoso cars. Tho last Bloopor in tho string of oight or thoxars struck n brokon rail and was hurlcd dowu a twonty foot eru bankment. This car turnod ovor four timcs and lauded in a cornflold fiixty fcet from track . Almost miraculous ly tho passougors cscapod with thoir livos. Now York, Nov. 28. John L. Sul livan, formor prizo flghtor, flled his potitiou in bankruptcy today. Liabil ities, $2,G5G; aspots, consistiug of porsonal clothing, valno &(i0. "bristol Nov. 28. Tho first Btep in tlio coustrnctiou of tho now cup do fondor was bognn today, in castiug tho lond kcol. Tho job of molting about niucty tons of lead was carried on uudor covor. Tlio work will prob ably bo completcd this aftornoon. Providouuo, II. I., Nov. 29. Tho bodics of Eniest K. Perry, tho Ver inout. tcachor, and Miss Eli'abcth L. Moon of Saratoga, N. Y., who, with Albort O. Browor, anothor Vormoutor, woro drownod at North Scituato last Saturday, woro recovorod this moru- Bridgoport, Oonn., Nov. 29. Tho body of Gounaro Molinaro, who stoppod horo on his way from West Dummerston, Vt., to Italy, to visit his family, was found in tho harbor Friday. It is boliovcd ho was robbod and thrown ovorboard. Tho polieo found only $27 in placo of sovoral hundred dollars which Moliuaro ex hibitcd in Wator streot saloons last night. His gold watch was missiug and tho chain brokon. Every Sufferer will Recogrlze tho Symptoms Described by Mlss Roling. Iloalthy and rosy-eheokod, looklng as thougli bIio liad novor known a sick day, Miss Ilolon Roling has novortho lcss passed through intoiiBo Bulloring. To a roportor who callcd at hor hoino, No. 207 South Washington Btrcot, Co liimbuB, Ohio, sho Baid : "Two yoars ago I had au attack of acuto indigcstion, accompauiod by norvous hoadachcs and diazy spolls. I lost in woight, my comploxiou bo canio palo aud sallow, slight oxortion mado nio brcatho hard and I could not walk any distauco without gotting all tircd out. I bocamo alarmod and sought nicdical aid but tho doctors gavo mo uo lasting boueflt and I con- tinuod to grow worso. my stomacn could not digost ovon tho simploBt and most wliolesomo lood, anu tuoting uiu not socm to holp mo. Aud I was so tirod and worn out all tlio whilo. "It was Dr. William's Pink Pills for Palo Peoplo' that curod mo. 1 read au articlo Boniowhoro tclliug what thcso pills had douo aud I bcgan tak ing thom. Iteliof camo almost inimo diatoly. I kopt on takiug thom and my color camo back, I could oat agaiu with rolish aud with no fcar of dis trcssing cousquoufes. I begau to fcol stroug aud activo aud in a short timo was rcstorod to porfcct hcalth. " What Dr. William's Pink Pills for Palo Peoplo did for Miss Roling thoy will do for othors Binnlarly aillictcd as is provcd by thousands of cascs on fllo. Dr. William's Pink Pills curo stom ach troublcs by thoir tonic action, building up tho digestivo organs aud onabling thom to do tho work that ntauro iutonded thcm to do. Artiflcial formonts and prcdigostcd foods wcak ou tho stomach in mauy casos. Mcdi clncs should not do tho stomach's work but should put it iu coudition to porform its natnral functionB. A diot book giving usoful iufonnatiou will bo Bont frco on rcqucst by tho Dr. Williams Mcdiciuo Compauy, Sohoucc tady, N. Y. Tho Worst Form. Multitudos aro Binging tho praisosof Kodol, tho uow diHcovory which is making so mauy sick peoplo woll and weak peoplo strong by digesting what thoy eat, by cleansing andsweot ouing tho stomach and by transforming their food iuto a kind of pnro, rich, rod blood that makcs you fcol good all ovor. Mrs. Cranflll, of Troy, I. T., writes: For a numbor of years I was troublcd with indigestiou and dyspop sia which grow iuto tho worst from. Finally I was inducod to nso Kodol and aftor using four bottles I ani eu tiroly cured. I heartily rccommoucd Kodol to all sulforors from indigestiou aucl ayspopsia. Tako a dose altor meals. It digests what you oat. Rivors Bros. OABINET MEETING. Washington, Nov. 20. At tho Uabi not mcoting yesterday tho chiof sub jects for cousidoratiou woro tho status of rociprocity with Cnba and tho caual treaty with Colombia. Ono of tho acts conuectcd with tho lattor subject brought to tho attcntiou of tho Btato dopartniont was that tho origiual canal coucessious will oxpiro in 1904. It has bcon Buggcstod that in viow of this tho Colombiau govornnient is disposod to dolay tho trcaty till tho lapsing of tho frauchiso when it may bo iu a position to build tho canal itsolf or boII a new conccssion. Such a procecdiug would raipo a sorious quehtion betweon tho govornments concornod as to whotlior or not a sup plemoutary dccreo oxtonding tho con cessiou would bo valid. Presidont Roosovolt laid boforo tho cabinct his auuual mcssago to Con gress iu comploted form. All tho mombors wero presont oxcqjit Secro tary Root. Govomor Taskor H. Blius, coinmissiouor to arraugo a basis cf rociprocity treaty betweon Unitod States and Cuba, roported a satisfac tory couforouco with Cuba's ropro sontativcs. Tho striko fiituation in Havana is improved, according to Ministor Sqnirer's cablegram to tho dopartniont, and tho Cuban govoru ment is taking a stroug stand. Tlio couditious aro watchcd with closest iutorest horo. Genoral Luko P. Wriglit hold a couforouco with tho Presidont on Philippiuo matters. Presidont Roosovolt has oxurcssed his intontiou to appoint a ropresuuta tivo from oach of tlio govommont do partmouts to confor with a committco as to tho creation of a dopartniont of commorco by Cougress. 1 SfEM . Ji ' m1 Hl " iTliT I ifi 2oo profit if the hcns are properly It makes chickens grow and prevents pays roultrymcn houscd and cared for. diseases. You run no risk in ordering Pagc's Food. It is a genu'me egg producer. Used regularly by successful poultrymen everywhere. Special induccmcnts offered to agents in every town and village. Write for our booklet o prices and testimonials. REMEMDER: Eve)y Pountl Is Ouaranteed. It Costs but Little. The Frelght Is Prepald. Pul yonr name on a postil card and null It to-day. CARROLL S. PAGE, Hyde Pork Vermont. STATE NEWS Tho liouso, barus, and othor build ings on a farm in Guilford ownod by J. Ilonry Pratt of Urattlboro woro burnod oarly on Tuosday. Georgo 5. Mlljor, tho lesseo, discovorod tho flamos in tho bIIo. Sponlancous com bUBtion probably took placo in tho oiiflilago. Tho livc stock was savod. Tho loss will roach sovoral thousand dollars, with $3,!!00 liiBurauco. St, Barnabas churcli, tho now honso of worship of tho Episcopnl mlBsion at East Fairfield, was dodicatod TneBlay by Blshop A. O. A. Hall. Tho churcli cdiflco is of wood, Mjats 100 pcrBOiis and is ndmirably suited to itspurosc. Tho tntorior is lliiishcl in southom pino and tho churcli is lightcd by gas olono and hoatod by a fnrnaco. Tho total cost of tho building was ovor $1000 besidcs valnablo contributions of labor and niatorial, and of this amount all but $150 has boon raiBcd. It was largoly through tho gonorosity aud intorcst of Capt. Georgo W. Burlo son of St. Albaus, a formor rosidout of East Fairfield, that tho missiou was ablo to build tho churcli. Pro vious to this timo Borvices havo beon hold in a hall. On Tncsdy ovoniug tho 25th, tho frionds of E.ra B. and Mrs. Ohambor lin gathored at thoir plcasaut homo in Newbury to rcmind thcm that tho 50th milcstono in wcddcd lifo had bcen reached. Mr. and Mrs. Oliam borlin woro born in Newbury, do. sccndiug from tho carlicst fainilies, Mr. Ohamborlin boing a grandson of Col. Roubcn Ohamborlin, nud Mrs. Ohamborliu a great granddaughtor of Gen. Jacob Bailcy. Thoir homo has al ways bcon 'in Newbury. Capt. H. B Ohamborlin qnartormastor in tho Unitod Statos nrmy stationed in tho Phillippines is thoir son. Fifty dol lars in nold was loft as a tokcn of respcct by thoir many frionds. Ou tho occasion of hor rotircmeut From tho natioual prcsidcucy of tho Woman's Roliof Cori)S, Mrs. Calista R. .Tones of Bradford, was tho recipi out of Boveral valuablo gifts from thoso who woro closoly associatcd with her duriug hor torm of oillco Amoug tho gifts aro au emerald aud diamond ring aud a monogram riug from hor aides; a broach sot witl diamonds and pearls, from hor stalf ofllcers. Tho couductors presontcd a silvor loving cup, and tho color bear ers a gold aud silvor spoon. Othor gifts woro two liistoric gavels sovoral valuablo pictures and books, and past prcsident's badgo. Au activo campaign will bo conduct ed in this Stato during tho iioxt. fow weoks bv tho Stato Womau's Chns tian Tomporauco Union and speakors ot natioual and world wido ropnta tion will dovoto thoir timo aud onorgy to uddresscs aud porsonal work with tho hopo of rotaiuiug tho prohibitory law upon tho statuto books of tho Stato. Mrs. L. M. Stovcns of Port land, Mo., presidont of tho Natioual W. O. T. U., and sccretary of tho worlds L. T. L., havo both signiflcd thoir willingncss to Bpeud somo timo in tlio fcjtato and will eneaK m a num bor of places. Othor speakors who aro under couisdoratiou, most of whom will bo oiuaKed, aro Mrs, Booth, presidont of tho Now .York Stato W. 0. T. U., nnd Mrs. Bourno, presidont of tho Now Jorsoy W. O T. U. Mrs. Olara Hotfmau, record ing scero'tary of tho Natioual W. 0 T. U., has already bcon ougagd. Tho plans for tho armory ut Brau dou. drawn by Architect Arthur H Smith of Ruilaud, havo bcon accoptcd and bids for tho work aro now being recoived. Tho building will bo of wood, 1!!0 by 55 feet.two stories, with basoment. Inisde. at tho loft of th ninin ontranco, will bo tho ofliccs. At tho right will bo located a reading room aud hurary, with toilot room attached. Opposito tlio main ontranco will uo tlio main assembly room, liav ing a stago at ono ond with dressing rooms on oach sido. This room will bo used forontortaiumontsaud dauccsl as woll as lor gouoral assembly pur poses. On tho sccoud lloor iu front will bo a mustor room, and a gallory overlookiug tho genoral assembly room. Tho bnsenient will not bo fln ished at proscut, but lator Avill prob ably bo flttod with showor batliB, bowling alloys aud a shooting rnngo. Work will bo commoucod on tho build ing as soou as tho coutract is lot. Whilo sufforing from an attack of insanitj- on Monday aftornoon, Mrs. Roy Stokes of Starksboro committed suioido by cutting her throat. Earlior in tlio day bIio took a doso of landau um nud administorcd tho samo to hor thrco young childrou, but this did not havo tho dcsired oll'ect. Mrs. Stokes was tho daughtor of John Purinton, of Starksboro, aud inhorited insauity iroin nor motnor's lamiiy. St. iouis, Mo., Nov. 20. Dr. Lor- onz, Vionna surgeon, has loft for Chicago, whoro ho will oxamino Miss Lolita Armour again beforo going ou to Now York. John Kcaruoy, oditor of tho Modern Millor, oll'ored tho spocialist, iu tho namo of a woalthy St. Louis busiuess muu, any buiu ho would namo to remain in St. Louis afow days louger. Dr. Loronz, through his asslstaut, Dr Muollor, ro plied that ho could not stay horo auy longor,'' ovon if $100,000 should bo paidto him. , Mrs. Robort Knapp was found dead on hor bed WodnoMlay morniug at tho houso of hor fathor, Ira Munn iu Stowe. Sho leavcs a husbaud and two childrou ouo nn infuut of six mouths. Mrs. Knapp appoared to bo in hor usnal hcalth whon sho rotired tho provions night and was not heard by tho monibors of tho family during tho night. In tho morniug sho was found with hor clothcs on lying aorofcs tho foot of tho bed and apparently liad takon a fatal doso of morphino. An Ideal Woman's Medlcine. HAIR BALOAM Clrue nd lcmlilc tho hilr. i - luviitlant ffTuuill. tUvor Palla to llMtcro Ory iOc. nl tUMBt llm.ylili NATIONAL GRANGE. So says Mrs. Josle Irwlo, of 325 So. College St., NashviIIc, Tenn., of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegctable Compound. VoTPr 5n tlie hlstorv of medicine has tho "dcmand for ono partloular remedy Ut fcmale Ulseases eauallfd that at taincd by Ijydia E. Pinkham's Vcirctalno Compound, and novor uuring tne iueume oi uuo wuuucnui mediclno liaa tho domand for it been so great as it is to-day. From tho. Atlantio to tho Paclflo, and throughout tho lcngth and breadth of this great contlncnt como the glad tldinffs of woman's Buirorln3 relloved by It, aud thousands upon thousunds of lettcrs aro pouring in from eratcful wnmon aavinir that it vrill and posl- tiTelv does cure tho worst forms of I fcmale complaints. Blrs. Pinltlmm invltcs all wo- nien who aro puzzlcd ahout hcir hcalth to writo her at Lynn, laRB., for advlco. Such corrc .poncuco lssconhyivomenonly, aud uo charg ls mado. Tho thlrty-sixth aiinnnl mcoting of tho Patrons of IIuBbaudry was hold nt Lansing, Michigau, commoucing Wcdncsday, Nov. 12. Not all tho Statcs of tho Union woro roprcsoutcd as somo havo not flftcon suborcdinato grangcs, tho numbor rcquircd toobtaiu rcprcsontation in tho natioual body. Twcnty-nino Statcs woro ropresontcd at this mectiiig besidcs tho roprcsonta- tion of Canadian grangcs by Jnboz Robiusou of St. Thomas, who has for years attcndctl tho natioual mcetings nnd takcn part iu tho disciiBsions. Tho ofllcors of tho Natioual Grango at this mcoting woro : Aaron Joues, Indinua, mastor; Obadiah Gardinor, Mainc, ovorseor; N. J. Bacholdor, Now Hampshiro, lccturor; W. 0. Jowott, Massachusotts, stoward; 0. O. Raino, Missouri, assistant stoward; W. K. Thompson, South Carohua, chaplain', Mrs. Eva S. McDowoll, THE NATIONAL HATOHERY. Upon tho Buccess of a bill boforo tho Legislatnro to provont tho polln tiou ot Sleoper's rivor, a sniall stream Bitnated principally in tho towns of Danvillo and St. Johnsbnry, probably liangB tho fato of tho natioual llsh liatchory located in tho lattor town. Tho pollution aimcd at is saw dust which comes from two small mills sovoral miles abovo tho liatchory and interforos Boriously with its work. Tho wator supply has always been a problem at tho liatchory, for whilo tho quantity is amplo and tho quality oxcellont, it has bcon dillicult to kcop it at tho propor temporaturo for hatching cggs during tho wnrmor seasous. To remedy this itwas plauued to orect a dam just abovo tho sta tion, thus formiug a resorvoir moro than ono hundred acres iu oxtent. For this pnrposo Cougress appro priated tho sum of $20,000, but tho tirm of E. & T. Fairbanks & Co., whoso oxteusivo 6calo factories aro locatod about a milo dowu tho rivor, objected to tho schemo and tho pro ject was abandouod. Tho monoy is still availablo aud othor plans, which nro freo from objectious, havo beou mado aud will bo carried out if tho Stato will protect tho rivor. John W. Titcomb was fomiprly sup orintendont of this statiou aud it was his plan to mako it ono of tho bost hatchorios in tho United States. His succesbor, E. N. Oartor, is working with this end iu viow, aud if tho do sircd lcgislatiou is secured it will bo accomplished. Othonviso, thoro is gravo daugor that tho statiou will bu abaudoned. At this seasou of tho year au ini portaut part of tho hatchery work is in progress, namely, tho taking of spawn at tho varions strippiug sta tions thronghout tho Stato. Theso stations aro llvo in numbor. Tho mot huccuful ouo ib ut Lake Mitch oll near Sharon, whoro tho yearly tako is from 400,000 to 000,000 eggs. Tho Mation at Uarling's pond in Groton is a oloso socond, and at Lake Mausfleld in btowo, tlio statiou promiBcs iu a fow years to rival both. Anothor at Lako Noyes ncar Rutlaud yiohls annually about 150,000 eggs. Brook tront Bpawu only is takon at theso statious, aud tho results havo bcon satisfactory. At tho Caspian lako statiou iu Greensboro it has been difl'oront. Lako trout aud land locked salmou inhabit this lako and sinco tlio fliBt yoar, whon 000,000 eggs woro takon, tho oporntious havo been unsucceBsful. This year a stronuous olTort has boou mado to flnd tho lako trout spawning beds but liothiug lias avail ed, aud whon tho trout havo bcon takon it was found that ovory ono had spawucd aud indications aro that thoy begau as early as August. Tho salmou havo uot spawnod, and will not uutil lato iu Deccmbor, which is contrary to tho habits of thcso flsh nt ovory othor statiou in tho Unitod Statos. Tho strippiug scasou begius about Soptombor 1 nnd contiuues uutil lato iu Decombor. Every statiou has a fiold liatchory aud tho eggs nro kopt thoro uutil "oyod" which requires from forty to fifty days according to tho tomporatnro of tho wator. Tho oggs aro thou shippod to tho main statiou whoro tho hatching procoss is comploted. Tho rcnson privato pond owuors nro willing to havo tho iish strippod of spawn is becauso with artiflcial propa gation not lcss thnn oighty-flvo por cont of tho oggs takon aro hatchod, whilo iu naturnl propagntiou moro thnn oighty-flvo por ceut nro lost. Whcn hatchcd tho ownors of tho uouds rccoivo a fair sharo of tho ilugoriiiigH, or fry, which fully remunorates thom, and at tho samo timo tho publio wators of tho Stato aro Btockod with tho remaindcr. This is tho purposo of a flsh liatch ory, and during tho ton ycnrs of its oxistonco tho statiou at St. Johnsbury has plnccd millious of trout iii tho wators of Vermont with visiblo re sults, aud if it is coutinucd tho liatch ory will play an importunt part iu making tho Stato a sportbnmn's para-diso. Ohio, trcasurcV ', John Trlmblo, Wnsh- intgon, D. 0., secrotary; Georgo W. Baird, Minnesotn, gnto keopor ; Mrs. Martha M. Wilson, Illinois, Ceres; Mrs. Cordolia Atkinsou, West Virgiu ia, Pomona; Mrs. S. B. Wolcott, Kon tucky, Flora; Mrs. Mario A. Hill, Pcnnsylvania, lndy assistant Btoward; ovory ono of tho natioual ofllcors woro presont nt this oponing sessiou Tho usual . prcliminary busiuess proccedings occupied tho forcuoon. In tho aftornoon Aaron Joues of South Bend, Indinua, mastqr of tho Natioual Grango, dolivcrcd a vory ablo addrcss Ho spoko of tho prospority of tho ordor, of tho importaut qucstion of trusts, of rural freo mail dolivcry, of tho isthniinu canal, of ship subsidy, of forcstry and paid a tcndor tributo to thoso who hnd laid dowu tho im- plomonts of labor and gono to rest cspccially oulogi.iug Alpha Mcsser, past mnstor of Vermont Stato Grango, and past lccturor of tho natioual Grango, say ing of him that "No mem bor ovor liad occasion to complain or apologizo for anything ho said or wroto. Tho influeuco for good of his noblo. upright lifo and his words of conusel nnd advico will romaiu to cheor and bless mankiud through agcs yct to como. A brilliaut rcceptiou was givou membors of tho grnugo by Gov. A T. Bliss in tho cxecutivo parlors, which wero adorned with autumu leavcs, statoly palms nud green foli ngOjblended with tho Grango symbols producing n bcautiful elfect. E. A Holdcn, as tho roprcseutativo of Lans ing Oitizcns committco, introduccd Unitcd States Seuator BnrrowB, who presided duriug tho ovoniug. Gov. A T. Bliss oxtouded tho welcomo of Stato, to which Master Joues respoud. ed. Mustor Horton of Michigau Stato Grango, oxtcnded grccting and tho rcspouso was mado by Gov-olcct Bachelder of Now Hampshiro. Mayor Hammol gavo tho welcomo tho city of Lnusing folt, nnd to this Mrs. Olivia I. C. Woodmnu mado fittiug returu Mnsio was sniiplied by tho iudustrial school choir. On Wedncsdny Col. J. H. Brigham spoko of tho valuo of tho weather bnreau, also tho dopatmont of auima industry which deals with diseases of aminals and protccts tho farmor's stock from tho spread of dangorous diseases, Tho aftornoon and ovoniug wero do voted to tho Highor llites of HiiS' bnudry. Sovoral hundred candidates recoived tho flfth degrco and tho dergeo of Flora was conforred upon class of 32!5 candidates. Tho work of tho Juvenilo Grnugo wns greatly on joycd and rceoived niuch applanso. This grango wns organi.ed only a fow mouths ago with Miss Ida Ohittendon as niatron. On Friday morniug tho delegates visitcd tho Michigau school for tho blind and tho factory of tho Lansing Sugar Co. A class of 800 wero given tho soventh dcgreo during tho aftor noon and ovoniug, tho highest rank in patron circles. An- oxhibit of Michigau products and manufncturors called forth much iutorest. Ofllcial reports of Saturday cou tlrmed steady growth nnd iucreasing iutorest throughout tho couutry. An othro rcceptiou was giveu' by Presi dont Snydor nnd monibors of tho faculty of Michigau Agricultnral Col lego. A memorial mectiug for tho deceased monibors of tho Nntional Grango was hold on Snnday afternoou in Ropresontativols Hall, Each ycar a day is Bot apart during tho sessiou for a lodgo of Borrow, whoro Buitablo tributes may bo paid thoso who nro boyoud rcspouso to Grango roll call. Tho closing scssions woro full of iutoreBt, iucluding roports of Stato Grangcs and tho ndoption of resolu tions, nmong wliich woro tho nmended roport on tho criticism of ngricultural colleges, which raodifled tho formor resolntion by tho declaratiou that tho criticism did uot apply to all col leges, but that many of thom, as woll as thoir ofllcors, aro opou to consnro; a Btrong ondorsomout of Presidont Roosovolt ',au educational provision for immigrants', moro powor to intorstato commorco conimission ; uniform taxa tion and an cstnblishmout of a pnrcols post systom. Now York Avius tho honor of tho uoxt mcoting. It is probablo that Sryacuso will bo tho city soleoted iti which to hold tho convention. Arabs aro said to bo practically m u no fioiu tvphoid. im Of the child Is nn eveut in the mother's life. Hovr proud she feels when the attempt to walk is begun. so cnrly as to evideiice childish couroge and sturdy Elreiigth. Such prldc should be enjoyed by every motlier. But It olten uappcns tnai ttie cliliu 19 tltutd, wcak and deficient in vitality, aud clings to the mother's arni9 with no deslre to walk or play. Mothers should learn that to have stroug chil dren they must thetn- sclves be stroug, for the cniid's strengui is t. !rv r ti.. mother. Qj' The use of Dr. Piercc's Favorite Prescription by ezpcctant mothers gives thetn hcalth aud strength to civc their chil areu, It nour- ishes the nerves, strengthens the body and gives great muscular streugth nnd elasticity, so that the baby's advcnt is practically painless. "I liave been uslaar nr. Plerce's Favorite rre crlptlon. and can tay It l jut what you adver tle II to be, and can eheerlully recommend lt," writes Mrs. Vlctor I. Hadln, of Leonardvllte, Rlley Co., Katis.u. "I begau talclns it Just two mouths beTore haby came aud was greatly bene- said I aid about as well as auy onc he had seen rf jur m S7- r y Weekly Market Report Boston Produco Nlnrkot. fLOUIt. 1 1 e ' s oo 1 8 4 1 a t ' a'f 1 a u 1 o Cunimon extrar 7 40 Cliolce extrts and sccomi 2 CO tllnncsota cti'Hr atnl stralalit... 3 80 Mlchlkan, clcar anrl ttralglit 8 76 New York clear aml ttraTfclit 8 10 Oliln and Bt. Louis clcar 8 80 (lliln nml St. l.olll stralvlit 8 8A Ohio aud Bt, Louis patcut IIO " 4 3 Wlfcunsiu anu .Minn. li.ntnl s iu - s w COUN JIKAI.. 80 to 8 60 .... 8 W " i W , 1 83 ' 1 8 MII.l, FKKI). MlddllriKs, sackH, icr ton 17 25 lo 00 llraii.sackecl, wlnter 18 60 ' Ilran.tncked, tprlnir , 17 40 " 17 7 Cottonsced rucal.. 36 LO " Orantitatcd, barri (Joinnion. barrf HnK luoai (as I was sick only about thrce hours), and also that vour ' Favorile Prescrlnt on ' was the one patent medicine' which he did have falth in. " We now have a darline babv bov. stronir and healthy, who weljfhed niue pounus when born (luly 23th), Duritij this month he has gained tiiree and one-half pounds." "Favorite Prescription" makes weak women strong, siclc women well. Accept no substitutc for the medicine which works wonders for weak women. The Teople's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a book containing iooS pages, is glven away. Send 21 one-cent stamp? for expense of malling only, for the book in paper covers. or 31 statnps for tho volume bound in cloth. Address Dr. R. V. I'ierce, Buffalo, N. Y. EOOS Kaatcrn, cliolce frcnl 1 to 80 Kattem.ralr toxooil, dnz 32 " U Vt. aiidff. H., cliolco Iresh.doz 2a " 30 COUN. SU'amerycllow C9) to Bteamer W2 - No. 8 68)2 " 71 Good, no Krade - " l'OTATOKB. AroosUiok fU'bront . New llainnslilre Ilcbrons Vermont Ilcbrons OATS. No, 1. ellnm.il white No. J, clliiptM) white, nil. O WllliC...... .((,..... ..., KeKCti'O white 1IAY ANDSTIIAW. Ilay, K. Y. and Cau cliolce to fancy,, llay, N. Y. aml Canada, fair to koo.1. Ilay,ca8tern, cliolce , !lay,eatteru, ordluary to fair iiay, castern, coninion llay, eastern, cliolce flnc Har, eastcru, cumuion nne LAND FRAUD EXPOSED. 70 to 68 - 70 68 " 70 to 8S 37 " U 17 00 to 17 4 1 00 " 17 to " 13 0 11 N ' 11 na 11 00 1J 00 1J W " 15 0O 1 00 10 00 10 00 HUTTKK. Omahn, Nob., Nov. 20. Tho Unitcd States grand jury, in sessiou in Omaha, is probing what appears to bo a vast scandah Ilundrcds of wid ows of Union soldiors will probably bo iudictcd for perjury. A uot altogether ucw schemo of procuriug land by a round about wpy from tho govornnient has bcon liit upon by tho cattlo kiugs. Iustead of runniug a long lino of wiro fence across tho governmen dominiou tho widows of soldiors aro induced to tako up claims which thoy aftorward boII to tho cattlo raisers. In order to mnko a flling ou public lauds it is necessary to mako oath that such lands aro ex clusivoly for tho us-o of tho npplicant. Syndicatcs havo been formed which soud ngents to seek out wnr wid ows who will ngrco to mako cutries ou Nebraska land,leaso to thc syndicato for flvo years and aftor tho proporty has been provcd scll to tho snmo. Iu roturn for this, tho oxpcuses of tho trip to sign tho papers aro paid aud a small sum, nbout $75, in giveu with tho promiso of a similnr sum at tho end of tho flvo years. Tho uususpccting vic tim, allurcd by a plcasaut trip with out expcnso aud about $1G0 in monoy without mnch effort,willingly nssents. Sho is nssurcd that evorythiug is lcgal and sho is merely solling her rights to a homestcad. But tho illegality comes in when sho signs tho pnpers agrcoing to scll tho claim when tho flnal proofs aro mado. Soldiors' widows nro solected be causo of tho clauso iu tho Unitod States laws which pcrmits them to mako tho necessary entries without living on tho proporty. Now thoy nro boing siimmoned beforo tho grand jury to tcll whnt thoy know of tho niattor. It will probably bo showu in most cascs that tho widows wero not nwaro thoy wero committiug fraud. That will lio with the court to decido. But to thoso who couspired to securo tho fraudulont entries, tho law may not bo so lenient. A chnrgo of con spiracy to defrand tho Unitcd States Goveruinont is a sorious offcnco. Vt. and N. It., aseortcd slzcs Nortlicrn N. V,, nssortcd slzes,... Norlliern N, V., lariic tubs Western, Bsst., spruce tubs Western. largc asli tubs Creamery, nortlicrn Hrsts reamery, eastern, best marks Creamery, eastern, fair tofcood C'reoiucry, wcstcru flrats, Creamery, scconds Dalry, Vt., extra Dalry, N. V extra Dalry, N. Y. aml Vt. Hrsts- IM10VI81ON8. I'ork- llacks, bb Sliortcut clear C'ltar Leati ends Laid Clty rcmlcred, purc, Ib Western compound I'ure kettlc, renclcred Smoked Ilams Iloslon, small, lb Iloston.uii'illuiii Hoston.larKe KIIKSII JIEAT3. neef, cliolce, 11 Ileef, llfclit cliolce, Ib , lleef.hcavyKood, Ib Ilccr, pood, Ib Ileef, lilnil'iuarters, cliolce llecf, hliuJqiiarters, coinmon to KOod. Ileer. foreiurtcrs. cliolce , llccr. foreriiiarters, coninion to good.. .Muiion, extra Mutton, cumuion io good Lnuibs, cli. east. ll I.ambs, common to gooil, lb Veals, cliolce eastern, lb Veals, lalr to gooil Veals. coninion Ilogs, country dresscil, lb J6 to 2)t 26 26H 2 " 20 26X 24 " 25 24 25 20 "23 21 " 25 22 " 23 13 "24 22 " 23 22 ' 2 22 W) to 21 00 22 00 J3 00 " 23 00 " 27 W lUito .. 12,'i " 14 12 12 10 to 9 " 7 " 6 " ll" 8 " 7 " 8 " 6 " 4 " 8 " 6 " 11 " 8 " 7 " 8 " s 7 ms 12 8 V6 l 10 8 Boston Lumber Market. 1.0NO LUJinEK. flemlock boards, rough Ilemlockboards, planed llemlock boards, No. 2 Spruce boards, 1st, clear lloor.,. Spruce boards, 2ls, clear flour.. Spruce boards. coarsc, Spruce, nor. do, cars Spruce, matclied Hox boards, 1 In. Ilangor Hox boards, nrd Ilox boards, 7-8 ilo , Hox boards, 3-4 do Hox boards, 11-10. .do Uox boards, 6-8 do SIIOUT LUMHKR. Blilugles, Eastern sawed, cedar ex,.., Blilnglcs, do clear Sblngles, do 2ds Slilngles, docx. No, 1 Sliingles, do No. 1 Clapboards, do 4 ft. ex Clapboards, do clear Clapboards, 2ils, clcar Clapboards, extra No. 1 Clapboards, No. 1 , Latu. spruce, by cars Latli, spruce, by cargoes Boston Wool Markot. 13 00 to 14 00 14 60 II 00 " 1J 00 19 00 " 19 80 16 00 " 17 00 13 00 " 13 60 13 SO " 14 09 18 00 ' 19 00 13 00 " 13 0 9 60 " 10 88 10 " 9 29 8 80 " 8 70 8 00 ' 8 20 7 00 " 8 00 3 60 to 2 60 8 00 ' 3 16 2 40 " 2 60 1 60 " 1 76 1 60 " 1 76 40 00 " 42 00 88 0 " 40 00 aA 10 " 86 0 23 00 29 i io " r 3 00 ' 8 10 MICIUGAN. X aud abore 27 to 23 No. No. 2 Elne unwaslied Uiiinercliantatile No. 1, comblng, ?; and ii blood.. No.2 comblngt4 tilooil Dulalne , 31 29 21 23 28 22 KENTUCKY AND INDIANA. OASTOIIIA. Beari tho Klnd You Have Almys Boujht ConiblnK, Mood.... Comblllg, ,'4 blood,.,, Comblng, brald Clothing. blood.... Clotlilng, coarae,. .. 22 20 30 24 24 23 2t 23 20K 2-3 ULLED AND SCOUKED. A flne A super II super C super Comfilng, tlue Couibliig, coninion. 15 43 88 81 48 87 47 44 46 40 AJJ rightened Horse. j Runniug liko mad dowu tho stroot dnniping tho occupants, or a hundred othor acoidonts, nro ovory day occur rouccs. It bchooves ovorybody to havo a roliablo Salvo handy and thoro's nono as good as Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Bnrns, Cnts, Sores, Eczomn, and Piles, disappear quickly undor it's soothiug offect. 25o, nt O. Blako ly's Drug Storo. ATTEMPTED BANK ROBBERY. Tho First Natioual bauk of Orwoll wns brokon iuto oarly Woduosday morniug by burglars. Thoy gaiuod admittauco to tho bank by pryiug opou ouo of tho front windows of tho ofllco, blow opon tho door to tho vnnlt and badly damaged the door to tho safo. It will reqniro the serviees of exports to opon it as tho dial and knobs nro com pletely destroyod. So far nothing hns beeu found missiug but tho papors woro strown about tho iloor. Tho coutonts of tho safo aro thonght to bo all right. No tracos woro loft for tho dotectiou of tho burglars. Vermont Markots. PKODUCE. Montpelier Hutter, Iresh In 6 Ib. boxes, Ib 22 to 24 Hiittur.lri sh new, In tubs, Ib 20 " It CbeeMi, dalry, lb 11 " 12 Egg, doz.,lri sli " 28 l'otatoes, liusli,, 60 " 65 Arplfs, uush, 80 llogs,llve, 1 6X" 6 llogs, dresM'd, Ib 8 " 8 Laiubs.per lb 4 M 3 Veals. llve. lb . 4 " 6 Clilckens, lb 14 " 15 Fowls, Ib 10 12 1-urkeys.lb Harro llutter, dalry 20 " 3s Kggs, doz 25 l'otatoes, iush 60 ' llngs, drcsrd, lb 8 14 Veals. llvo. Ib 4 " 8 Sprlng lambs, Ib 8 14 6 Hcer, lilndquarters, Ib 10 " 12 Heef, loreiiuarters, Ib 4 " Kols. Ib.. 9 " 10 Sprlng clilckens, Ib 18 " Turkeys.lb 18 " 29 itETAir. nKAi.Ens rmoES. Flour, Snrlng Wlicat, barrel 4 75 to 6 60 Flour, Wlnter Wlieat, barrel 4 76 " 6 0 Flour, Family Itoller, barrel 4 80 " 4 76 Fcml, cwt 1 471,' " 1 60 Meal, cwt 1 87f 1 l) Mlddllngs, cwt 1 15 " 1 5 Oats, bush 61 " 8T Com, bush 74 " 80 Dran,cwt 1 10 " 1 16 Beaus hiishel 2 00 "2 2 Naturat Anxloty. Mothors regard tho aiiproaching wiutor with unoasiuoss, childrou tako cold so oasily. No disoaso costs moro little livos than croup. Its attack is so suddon that tho suftorer is ofton boyond human aid boforo 'tho dootor arrivos. Such casos yiold roadily to Ono Miuuto Congh Curo. Liquoflos tho niucus, allays indiimniatiou, ro moves dnngor. Absolutoly safo. Acts immodiatolv. Cures coughs, colds, grip, brouohitis, all throat and luug troublo. F. S. MoMahon, Ilnmpton, Ga. : A "bad cold rondored mo voico loss just boforo an oratorical coutest. I I intonded to withdraw but took Ono Minuto Cough Curo. It rostorod my voico in timo to win tho inednl. " Rivors Bros. SEND US AGOW, Stecr, Bull or Horse bide, Calf skin, Dog skin. or any other kind of hide or skin, and lct us tan it with the hair on, soft, light, odorle.3 and motii-proof.forrobe, rug, coat or glovcs. Dut first get our CatalORue, Riving prices, and ourshlpplnz iuks iiuu tnsiructions, bo as io avoid mistakes. We also buy raw furs. , THB CROSBV PRISIAN PUR COMPANY. 116 Mlll fltrcet, Rochester, N. Y.