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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JUNE 2. 1904.
MONTPELIER AND VIGINITY LOCAL HAPP13NINQS. Will Goodwin ot Chelsea arrlved in town on Wednosday. Ho will work for Will JiiokBou, coutraotor. Mr. Goodwin was fonnorly employed as OBaiatnnt jnultor by tho National Llfo Inenruuco Oo. Will'iuu D.vldsou of Ryegate, wlio was arroatod on Tnebdiij iif ternoou inul convicted of iutoxiuation, was roloasod from jail on Thursday by the pay ment of $18.70 by Deputy Shoriff Mo Allister of that towu. At tho mooting of Aldoinar Coui mandory of Mbboiib hold In Barre on Thuisday ovouiug a thirty-two degree Masonio oharm waa proaeuted to Dr. K. B. Whitaker ln approoiatlon of hls two vftars faithfnl sorvioo aa oirment oommander of tho Barro oorotnaudery. Rov, R. W. Wallaco, who is snpply. ing tho pulpit at Bethauy cliaroh dur ing tho pastor's abseuce is colloating data and outa for an artiole on tho quarrying aud stouo indnstrieB of Vor xnont. Titis artiolo will appear in tho Jourual of Eduo:itiou, pnblished in Buntou, and will iuoludo tho slate granite aud tnarblo businosses. Tho houors at tho Semlnary huvo boeu givon out as follows: First honor, Artlinr Woutwortli Howitt, Borlin ; second honor, Kiua Aletha BattloB, Randolph; Lanra Oornell Page, Jefforsouvillo ; Grace Agues Piko, Brattleboro; Bertram Muloolni MoBride, Brownsville; Georgn Al bort Molvor, Granitovillo; Glayton Elbert Royco, BrowuEvillo; Kalph Orvillo Wiggina, Montpelier. Tho olass unmbora thirty-threo. It ia poasiblo that St. Albans will 'uo visited by Foropaugli's cirous this senaou. Arrangeruents are 'not yet completed out thn following datea aro undor consideratiou for Vonuont; Nownort, Aug. 1; St. Albans, Aug. 2; Burlington. Aug. 8, Montpelier, Aug. 4; White River Tuuctiou, Aug o; Bel lows Falls, Aug. G. Datea thua. far nnuouuced for the Walter h. Main cir cus iu Vfirmout aro aa follows: Bur lington, .Tuue 11 ; Montpollier, June, 18; Cambridge Juuctioii, June 14; St. Albaus, Juuo 15. Burlington Nows. It ia undorstood that tho Foliool commissioners havodooided on one in novatiou for tho schools of this city dnriug tlio coming year. It is Faid there is to bo a eub master in tho Buhools, who will he second in rauk to tho prinoipal of tho high sohool. Tho sub-master will liavo as a portion of Ins duties instruction m mnnunl training. This will be in addition to other regular worfc as a teaoher. It ia Baid thnc ono or moro candidntes for tho position liave ahendy beon lieard from. The storm of Wednosday afterunon, tho tlrst thundor storm of tho suaBou, oauBed lnvoo auioug the treea in tho city. Linibs varying in size decorated a largo niajority of tho lawna in tho city. In tho jail yaid, at the Laue shops, at tho corner of Loomis and Liberty street, near tho Spmiuary transfer aud in other parts of the oity whole trees and tops of trees were blown dowu. No ticoideuts iive beou rnported from the falling timber. This, in viaw of tho faot of tho size and aumber of the brauclios that fell, is quito remarkable. Tho annual moeting of thoW. Oe T. U. of Washington couuty will b held in tho Ohuroh of the Messiah on Tuoeday and Wednesdav uoxt. Thn program ineludes five sessions, tluse sessioua consist of confpronces, papors and addreases on the work of thediffer ent departmeut of tho asaooiation. A loug list ot spoakers from ainong the ladieB promiueut iu tho oouuty will addresa tho gathoring. On Tuesday o vening Miss Alioe Mooro State lea- hat Becomes of It If a man cats two pounds daily, near two pounds daily must in some way pass from his body, or disease and a prematurc dcath is a specdy and inevitable result. The food that is eaten must contain the ele ments necessary to supply nutriment to the system and frce from all substanccs that bind the bowels. D?PRICES WHEAT FLAKE GELERY FOOD if eaten daily there will be a daily action of the bowels ; waste removed, nutriment rctaincd. It's Nature's food for man. Scrved hot or cold. Palatable Nutritious Easy of Digestion and RiadyitOiEaf MyMlgnaturtt on mvery packag: Dr. Prico, tho creator of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Dellcious Flavoring Extracts. A oook book'oontalnlnjj 70 oxoollont rccclpts for uslng tho food mallod froo to any addrcst. FOR SALE DY LEADINQ GROCERS. . Prcpapetl by PRIGE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY, Chicago, lllinois. SOLD BY KELLOCC &, JEROME tnrer of tlio Maino W. 0, T. U. and National Aesoalateof tho "YV branoli will speak. On WeduoBday ovening Mrs. Id i 11. Read, Stato proaidcnt, will bo tho prinoipal speaker. Eu tortainment for vlsitiug meinbors aud frioiids will be provided by tho ladlo of tlio Montpelier branoh. Mothera loae their droad for "that teiriblo Beoond BUinmer" wiion they liavo Dr. Fowlor's Bxtraot of Wlld Strawborry iu tlio house. Naturo'a speciflo for bowel oouiplaints of every Bort 8EM1XA11Y CONFEUENCE Tho affalrs of Montpelier Seniiuary wuro thoroughly disoussed at the joint meeting of the trusteea aud commia siou, recently appointod by the Ver mont Ooufereuce, held at tlio Seniiu ary ou Weduosday afternoon. Tho pledgo of the conferenoe to raiso $1.00 per meinber of tho denomimtion throughont tho couferenco wns dis cussod and a plau formulated for'car rying ont the Boheme. If tnis taak iB aucoeasful tho Sominary will rcal izo ovor $12,000. Tho plau is as fol lows : Three laynien uud throo niiu ist(rs in euch distnot to co-operate with iho prosidiug eldor, and a rop resentativo of tho, sohool will orgau ii,o to cnv r tho held. Prof. 13. A. Bishop was prosent at tho ineetiiJn and threo propositious wero niadn tn hiui, auhjoct to tho ap proval of t'i" hoard ot trawtoes, look iug to his lL'turd to tho Sominary. As a result of a later couferenco with the trustees Prof. Biphop haa undor cousideration tho following proposi tion : That ho shnll aesuiuo tho titlo aud rauk of prinoipal, but his 'main work will be in tho lleld working for niouey and ftadonts for tho sohool. Prof. Bishop will be in close tonoh with the Foliool hut the mauugemont of tho educatiomil and diFcipliuary cnntrol will bo lurgely in tho iiands of au assistaut priucipal. Prof. Bis hop will give his auswer iu a day ur two. Tho truatoo1' would bo pleased to keop Prof, Howe, as assistaut prinoipal, but it is understood tnat he 'is pl'iuning to study duriug the com ing yoar. Definite arraugonients will doutless bo mado regarding both po sitions vory soou. IV. 1 IVATlSlt MJJS AT It 12 ST. The body of the lato Walter P. Watermau was laid to rest in Green Mount Gonieterv on Thnrsday, at- ! teuded by his brnther Odd Fellos to the numher of thirty flvo, aud of his comrades from the Grand Army ovor tliirtr in numboi, tho niembers o the oitycouusil aud oity ofilcers. Prayers "ere oil'ered at the house, but tlie fuueral sorvicos were held at Trinity ohuroh. The auditorium wns fllled witli his brothers in tho two Fonietiea and a large number of niourniug friends. The front of the altar was fllled with matiy boantiful floral gifts. The Odd Follows eent a beautiful nil low of flowera with tho ldttera of the order iu purplo blqssoun: Brooks Post seut a cycax wreath of cypress. Bo Bidea tlieeo thero were many bouquets. 1 Rov. J. Edward -Wrighc and W. li , Dukeshiro wor.p the ofllciating clergy , meu Tho serviccs woro short but ' beautiful and iuipiesive. The bearers were: Edward Bnkor, N. 13 Pcck, William Dillou aud J ,T Young, all four of whom aio membors of both tho Odd Fellows and Grand Army. Vermout Watoliman Co., Montpelier. Vt Hair Vigor Asplendid dressing for the hair, keeping it soft and glossy. It prevents splitting at the ends, nnd cures dandruit. J. O. AverCo.. Lowell, Alaea. JlUltffJjAJtS BUSl'. Two bnrglarles were oommittod ln Barro late Thnrsdny night or oarly Frlday lnomlng. Tho housos outored woro thoao of Dr. V. 0. Gondrioh on Park street aud Oharlos Marr o Aoademy street. Both houses faco tho park looated at tho north of tho Spauldiug sohool bnildiug. A solid gold watch valood at $50 aud $40 iu bills was takou from tho iionse of ,Dr. Goodrich. Eutrauco was' raade throngh tho kitcheu wiudow whioli was not looked aud wlnoh was loft partially opoued. Tho doctor retired about 11 o'olock aud wont to sleep about 11 :30 so that he concluded tho bnrglary ruust havo been committed sometime aftor that tituo. He awoko this morn ing minnaa palrof tronsors whioh had boun left iu tho rootn uext to the bod room dowu Btairs. Thoy woro later fouud iu tho front yard. A bunch of koys was tnisaiug aud also a presorip tion book, the latter beiug pioked np in tho streot by a milkmau. Ohas. Marr, whoae bed room is np stairs came down iu the moruing and fouud the eleotrio lights iu his houae buru iug aurt tho front dooi open. As far as he conld learu uothiug of valuo was misBiug. He does uot ovou kuow how au ontrauce was eil'eotod. No little excitemnut is mtuifeRted over the burglaries aud as yet uo cluo has beou fouud. ALUMX1 JtASQUET. Tho Alumui Asfiooiatiou of tho Washington County Grammar Schbol is mskiug plana for tho first annual bauquet to bo held duriug commeuce ment weok in June. A committee mado np of Mrs. Fred Howlaud, Glayton Boyce, Ralph Putnain aud Misses Besaie Bowers aud Alico Blanchard met on Thursday eveuing to arrango for proceediugs. They contemplate atteiidiug tho claes day oxoroiees ot the graduatiug olass as far as possible aud to be iu atteudance at tho graduatiug nxerciscs ou Juuo 10 in a body. The soleotion of a toast master aud tho othor details of nr raugoinent will be made soon, auother moeting of tho comuiitteo boing callod for Monday eveuing Programs of the graduatiug oxercines at wlnoh the alunini will plan to be prosent will bo seut to the menibers soon and a 6uccp?sful opening banquot is looked forward to. At present thore are ninety niembers of tho association. SSOIIKELTW Northiield, May 2G The marriago of Misa Ella Kolty and Walter S. Snow ocourrod ou Weduesday eveuing at 8 o'clock at the residenco of the bride'a rnothar ou Pearl street, Ilev. W. S. Hazeu porforming the cero niony. Miss Prince of Raudolph aoted as bridosmaid aud Kdward Wes cott of Northfield, best man. The wodding was a pretty ouo aud about twonty five iuvited gnosta were pres out. Aftor the cerpmony a rooeption was held at whioh a good titne was ouioyed. Mr aud Mrs. Snow left on the mOrning train for Fraukfort, Mo., to bo gonn a uiontli, aftor whioh tht-y will roRido iu Northilold. Miss Kelty, who has been oruployed in F. W. Dnttou's store", is a goueral favorito iu town and has the best wishes of a larao oirole of friendF. The collepu loafer may be ternied a aleoper ou tho trniu of thought. Hir7ard Lampoou. jviir CATiroLio jiall. On Monday oveuiug tho old St. Augustino's ohuroh on Oourt streot, will recoivo its ohristoniug aa n ro niodellod hall. Tho Alpha Drauiatio Olub haa uudortnken and ia carrying ont tho plan of transforming tho ohnroh auditorium and platforin into a hall with a wetl appoiuted stago. The platform, whoro tho altar was looated, haa boeu built up to tho prop or hight nnd has boon extouded. Foot lights havo boon put in and wiug aud ily lights will bo addcd, At eaoh sido of tho stage couveniont dressing rootns havo beon flnishod off. A handsomo eurtain is ordered for tlio stago. Tho stago oponiug is auiplo to givo a oloar vlow from all parts of tho liouso and the hard wood flnish givcs a pleasiug effoct. The soating of tlio floor of tho au ditorium has uot beon ohanged. But in tho gallory the floor has boon rnlsed at tho rear, thua tnaking pos sible the addition of a large number of seata. Dowu stalrs near cach of tho two sido front ontranoes, are two noat little box oilioea, of hardwood. A plano, too, has been added to tho equipmeut of the room. This hall will fill loug-folt noed in tho Oatholio oliuroli here, as it haa been compelled to hiro from outaide partioa halls in whioh to hold its various gatheringB. The work of making the repairs and tho forth comiug dramatio entertaiument, has been iu the compotent hands of Sister Xr.vior, of the convent She has put a great deal of hard work and thought into tho romoduling of tho hall and into the preparation of tho entertaiu ment. A largo attendauco will donbt less reward hor efforts. D12A TJI IX NORTHFIELD. Northfield, May 20. Goorgo Aver ill, an cld resident, died this morniuc, at about'T :S0 o'clock at his honio on Ocntral street. Ho iiad beou siok for uearly a yoar, gradually failing antil death camo. Ho was seventy yoars of ago. Mr. Avorill while in health was prominent in town aifairs aud highly respected by his tawusmen. Ho had held a uumnor of oilicos iucludiug that of town grand juror, asisstant towu clerk aud seleotmau. Ho leaves, beisdos liis wifo, ono sou, James, aud a daughter, Abbio, aud a brother, Johu Avorill, who lives horo. For mauy yeara Mr. Avorill was passouger conductor ou tho Oeutral Vermout road. A meuiber of the MaBonio or der his fuueral was nuder direo tiou of the lociil lodge,at the house ou Saijurday afternoon at 2 o'olock, Letter to S. A. Moss. Montpelier, Vt. . DearSir: Tlio handsomo reHidouce of Oliver Gildorsleeve ou Main street, Portland, Conn., was painted iu 1888 with Dovoo nu again in 1001. Thore's 18 yeais; there are hundrods ofsuoh; the diflloulty is to hoar of 'em. Reminds of auothor. The Farring ton resideuco, Rooklaud, Maiuo, was paiuted Dovoo 21 yoars ago; the paiut was in fair couditoion 5 years aao, whon wo saw it; dou't kuow auy moro. Our ageuts there, Mearss. Farrand, Spear & Oo., know. Euolose a stamp, if you write 'em. Yonrs truly, F. W. Devoo & Oo. 78 P. S. Abbott & Bailey sell our paiut TIIE COMING LEOISLA TOltS. Iu viow of tho fact that it is but a short tinio boforo tho grand old State Houso will bochauged from its stately loueliness to tho couter of attraction, for the whole Stato brings tho legal voters of tho Stato face to face wiih the proposifcion: '"Who will wo voto for to ropresont us at tho Gensral Ab sombly? Of course some, both can didato aud voter, havo au idea as to the goueral results, yet somo are uude cided, aud will be nutil thq electiou is ovor. It is the sarae regarding Ico Oroam Soda, Eomo are uudecided aa to wliat is the best, but thoso who havo tried PooIo'b are uot lookiug for any botter. 25 State Btroet. If you dou't flnd tho placo readily inquiro of a policeman. No Closs Carrlapro Palnt will wear as long as Dovoo's. No thors are as heavy bodied, booausu Dovoo's weigh 8 to 8 onucos moro to tlio piut. Solu by Abbott a uauey. a IN CITX COUJtT. Johu Oushiou was bofore oity oourt Friday ovening aud was giveu a hoar iug ou' the ohargo of failnro to Boud his cliild to school. On the evideuce of the truaut oillcor ho was oonvioted and was flued $5 aud costa. Tho oourt ordored liim to seud tlio ohlld to sohool. Oushiou gavo us his reasou for uot sondiug the ohild to sohool that it had no suitublo olothoB to wear aud ho was uuablo to provlddauy. Ho haa uow giveu notioo to Ovorsoor Parnioutor that lio will ueed aBBistauco from tho oity iu order to gnt tho olothes for the ohild, Tho prosooutiou was couduotod by Grand Juror Benjamln Gatos whilo Olarouce Whittior, tho truaut oillcor, waa tho porBon who startod tho oaao. o jOl. & o xn?c . Bean tho ,nfl MnB w m m3's iUnatnro . V? ,17L ANNUAL rillZE DEliATE. Tho Influonoo of Groooe and Romo DiBOussod by Ooutostautu. Tho auunal pri.o d'ebato oontestod by throo motnbors of eauh of tho mon's Booiotios of Montpelier Sominary was hold in the Sominary ohapel ou Fri day oveuiug. Prinoipal 13. M. Howo was iu ohargo of tho moeting. Eaoh of tho spoakors waS limltod to flfteon miuutes for argumonts aud four min utos for robuttal. Tho prizo will be awardod for iudividual, not for toam work. Tho flratirizo is $15 and tho Beoond $10. The prizos are awarded by a system of markiug iu whioh nierits of argnmeut, logic in arrango mout, mauuor of delivery and ora tory aro couaidorod. Tlio judgos wero F. B. .Tliomas, O. A. U. Jaokson aud M. M. Borno. Tho deoision of tho judgos, in a plaiu sealod envelope, was placod in tho hands of the prinoi pal. This envelope will not bo openod until commeucemout day, June 1G. The quoation nuder debato was: "Ro solved, That Groece has oxerted a groater iufluonoo in- tho devolopment of oivilization than haB Rome. " Tho disputauts were aa followa: AfDrma tlvo, J. G. Howard, Fred E. Davison, Bertram M MoBride; negativo, Scott F. Oooley, Harvey M. Drenan, Wesley O. Atkina. Mr. Davison in opening for tho afllrinative siioke in part as follows: "Developtnent is au uufolding. Romo aimed to keop meu iu subjeotiou. Greeco opoued their miuds to know ledgo. Tho speaker made throo main argumeuts. 1. Romau couquest was not a oivilizor. Conquest does uot civilize. Only Bomi-civilized uations flght for conqaest. If couquest ad vaucd culturo tho world would have beou further ahead befora the timo of Greece than it is uow. The Olympio games ropresent the differcnce, be tweeu Greoiau aud Rouian culture. Greoiau teachers followod tho Roman armies and tho iutellectual develop ment was derived from Greece. 2. Good governmeut did uot exist iu Romo un til au embassy was seut to Greece to bring baok the underlyiug principles of tho Romau law that was theu formen. Rome saw tho impoitanco of culture in its national life and turned to Greeco for it." With retino ment came tlio waut of a literaturo. 8. The system of educatiou developod by Greeco has greatly inflnenced the world. English has received inuch from the Greek lauguago. Grooiau arohiteoturo is today the standard of the svorld. The Renuaieanco was caused by a rovival of tho study of Greeks aud things Greciau. Soientific spirits, philosophy and liboity origin ated iu Greece. Rome did not dovel op along thoBO lines. Mr. Cooley, iu opouiug tho nega tive, spoko iu part as follows: In llnouce is measured in efl'ect. Greeco laokod the uuity to produce iuflueuce. Tho genius of the Romaus was ossen tially practical. War, governmeut aud jurisprudence are the threo avenues of greatest inflnonco. War is the sur eat and quiokeat way of ostablishiug oiviliaztiou and iniluenco. Thus Rome gained eminauct and po'wer. After Rome had conquored she gavo lier best to the conquored, and from thom gathored their best of customs, laws, otc. Iu the old world aud in the new, that woro conquored by Romo, thero was mutual assimiltiou aud thus she "reared a constitutiou of the kingdoms of Europo aud the Uuited States. " Tho iniluencea aa similatod from the East cauBed Romo to fall and dio but from hor sprang forth stronger iiationa. Mr. McBrido arguod for Groece, iu part aB follows : Meu today tnrn to Greece for the higher branches of cul turi aud odncation. Tho spoikor supported this argnmeut by mentiou ing tho Greeks famous iu tho dift'ereut branr.hes of culturo. Tho Greeks did muoh for their own time. In litera turo they wroto tho masterpiecoa of tho world. Tho same is truo of ora tory. Romau literaturo was copied from the Greok. The flart groat "Romau" writors woro Greok. Romo copied hor caleudar, moasnres of time, uystem of woights aud moasures from Greeae. In tho oighteeuth century a revolution took pluco from Roman to Grooiau thought aud culturo, Auierica looks to Grooco hoaanie of tho latter's domooraoy. Greok sculnturo, art aud arohiteoturo aro around us today. Mr. Drenan took his poiuts iu part aa follows: The ago of Greeco waB tho ago of produotion, that of Romo the ago of dovelopmeut aud that of Amor ica the ago of harvest. Romo devel opod n Btroug, good govomment, lib eral in its tendenoies, that has in iluonoed all oivilization. Rome by tho OBtablishment of OhriBtianity has iuoaloulably holpod oiviilzation, Iu war tho Ronians eBtablishod a codo oarly iu their history. Tlion thoy tried Greek laws but these did not. provo stroug ouougli bo thoy woro obliged to romodel. their own origiual laws. Tho roign of Augustus fostorod a groat literaturo that was puroly Romau and thoso books aro u6od today for instruotiou. In oratory Romo aur paBsod, booauBO, uoxt to the milltary splrit, lovo of oiatory was niost iu favor with hor pooplo. Mr. Howard, last oh the afllrniatlvo. sala in part as follows : Greoob gavo to Romo hor " Stolo law " of natnro. The "twelvo tabloa" woro propared by I iviiss lNeuie i-iolmes, treasurer or the Young Woman's TemperancQ Association of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises all suf fering women to rely, as she did, upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dear Mns. Pi.vkiiam: Your medicinc is indeed an ideal woman's medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I suffcred misery for several years, being troubled with menorrhagia. My back ached, I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. , I would often wako from restful sleep, and in such paln that I sufferod for hours beforo I could go to sleep again. I dreaded the long nights as much as the weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get rellef, but, findin'g that their medicine did not seem to cure me, I tried your Vcgctablo Coiiipoun(l on tho recommendation of a friend from tho East who was visiting me. " I am glad that I followed her advice, for every ache and paln is gone, and not only this, but my general health is much improved. 1 have a flne appetite and have gained in flesh. My earneBt advioe to suffering women is to put away all other medicines and to take Lyilia E. Pinkhain's Vcgc taulo Coinpound." Miss Nelue HoLmes, 540 No. Division St., Buffalo, N.Y. niss Irene Crosby, prominent in Social Life in East Savanah, Ga., adds her testimonial to the value of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ( Iteineinber tbat every womaii is cordially Invited to ivrito to Mrs. Pinkhani if there is anything about her caso or syniptoms aho does not imder.stand. Mrs. Pinkham's address is Liynn, Mass. Hor advicc is free, and is checrfully given to any ailing woman who asks for it. $5000 FO R F E I T K wo cannot fnrtbwlth produco tbe orlslnal letters and tlgnaturei ot ubove teaumontals, wbicb will provu tbeir abeoluto genulneness. Lydia K. Plnkham Med. Co., I.jnn, 31us. the Greeks. Greece has a litorature loug beforo the time of Ohrist and had beconie a perfectly devoloped powor iu beauty aud strength of liter aturo. Homer aud Soorates woro the origmators, in their realms, Virgil and P ato but imitators. Uuliko tho great men of Rome, the Greeks wero devoloped on all sidos. In all branches of culturo Groece coutributed largely to Rome. Mr. Atkius, the last Bpeaker of the evouing, brought forth argumeuts as follows : Romo waB a oivilizor and proteotor of oiviliaztiou. Romo civil ized and latiuized wherever aho weut Sho workod toward tho wost, an nn civilized people, whilo Greeco worked toward tho east whore civiliaztiou was alroady well aoveloped. Rome gave birth to n fostorod Ohrist aud His Oliristiauity was eproad and flnallv establiBhod as the State rolgiou. The sysiem of law built in Romo is the ad miratiou of modorn soholars. Tho Romau empire ornuibled but the Ro man pnotor has iuflueucod all moderu, equity. This the debato oloeed. Con iBdering the uatnreof the qucstiou the youg meu did excoedingly well and made the task of the judgos difllcult. STOIiM CAUSES I'ANIC. The eleotrio storm cauBed considor ablo oxcitement in various parts of Barro ou Wodosday aftomoon, It fitructe tho Brook street school iiouso with such force that a piece on tho onpola fell to the gronud and in a second tho 200 ohildreu in tho bnild iug wero iu a panio. Tho teaohers, howover, openod the doora wide aud hy main strength compollod tho sohol ars to go out ,by twoa thua avoidiug any aoriouB iujury. Tho exoituinout brought lnothors from every diroctioii aud dnring tho trouble Mrs. Monard faiutod. Tho toaohorB, Mrs. F. R. 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Very sincerely yours, Miss Irene Cbosdy, 313 East Cbarlton St., East Savannah, Ga." SCIIOOL MATTEKS. A meeting of the school board it is likoly will soou bo called to secure, by tormal vote, F. J. Brownscombo as priucipal of tho high school. As vet tho matter has not been couBidered by the board iu session. There is little doubt of the aotion beiug takeu. On Weduesday, tho supermtendeut of Bohools iu Stamford, Ooun., was in the oity in cousultation with Priuoi ptl E. G. Ham relative to the prin o'ipalship of the high school iu that placo. As a rathor peculiar ciroum stauqe regardiug the abovo position comos the roport that F. E. Avery, of Alhol, Mass., who was a candidato, with F. J. Brownscombo for the high school here, is a candidato ffith Mr. Ham for tho Bchool in Stamford. 1IA1L liliEAKS IVINDQirS. Concord, N. H., May 27. The heavy thuuder shower laBt eveuiug was accompauied by a severe hail storui, aud iu West Concord the light uiug Btruok several trees. Hailstoues, iu West 3oucord, in partioular, occa sioued cousiderablo dnmago to wni dows. Iu Mio Stato prisou the win dows woro broken and in some private housoB slight damage was donn. Tho telephouo service south was delayed aud no commnnication oould be had with Bostou for two hours. III I II 1 M wmM m f uim m w m fti fm niTiiif iiW It Curr Colde, CouRhe, Sore Tbroat, Cronp, Inllu enza, Whooplng Oouch, Ilroncbltls and Aptbma. A ccrtala curo for Contumption in flrst Btagca, and a eure rellef in advanccd etages. Uee at ouce. Yoa will tee tho excellent ellect aftor taklnc tbc 3ret doee. .Sold liy dealers everywhero, Lzge tettlea M centi and o tent.