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VERMONT WATCI1MAN & STATL JOUR1SAL TIIUHSDAY. JULY 14, 1904.
fihildren's Ono lot, rcgular prico $2.25 to 2.9S, lo close at SI.98 Special Valuea afc 50c a"d 75c SHIRT WAISTS $1.00, 1.25 and 1.80 White and Colorod Lawns, 69c 1.00 Striped and Polka Dot Muslin, 79c 1.25 and 1,50 White Lawn, 98c 2.25 2.50 and 2 75, SI.98 Somo of the abovo are elightly soiled, but tho quality is there. ...RIBB0N5... One odd lot Eibbon, "Satin" and -'Taffeta" from 2 to 5 1-2 inches wide, were 25 to 35c per yard, your choice of the lot, 19c DSoo Tliem. BARRE VERMONT. WILLIAMSTOWN. Mrs. .Tolin Adiims nud daughter, lind a very enjoyablo visit last weok nt tlio liomo af Mrs. Knto Erskino Dewoy, iu Borliu. Mootiugs nro to bo lield nt the Solid Rock chnpel iu thu qunrry diBtriot ou Suuday aftornoous for the preseut. A daughter of Mrs. Lanra Wntermnu Boots nud a grauddaughter of tlio late Oalvin Ainsworth, will oomo to South Hadloy. Mass., ns astudout iu tlie Mt. Holyoke ladios' collego nt tlio bogiu uiug of tho noxt torm. Sho will outer upou tho second year of tho courso, hnving tnkeii a yenr iu tho collego nt Oborliu, Ohio. Oharles R. Ainsworth nnd fninily of Molino, 111., plnn to be liero the last of uext week. Mrs. D. O, Pearson of Borliu wns the guest of Mrs. Willintu Sehodeld Inst week Georgo Mnrr, haviug' sniled froui New York for his old houie iu Scotlnnd last wepk his wifo aud childreu woiit to her old houie iu Uauada accompau od by her sister, MiHS Etta MoKee, n clerk iu Georgo L. Edson'a store who goes homo for her vacatiou. Miss Bertha Seaver, who has beeu the etlicient cashler iu Goorge L. Ed sou's store for soiue tiuie paBt, fin ished her labors there lnst week nnd is Bucceeded by Miss Daisy Dean of Montpelier. Miss Rachol Bruce, granddnughter of Jarnes Oheuey, takes Miss Etta MoKee'a place iu the EdBOu stoio white ou her racation. Mrs. Frank A. Wnlker aud child reu of Barre wero visitiug iu towu last week. Mr. Walker is baildiug a honso iu Baire for his owu occupanoy, nud as he ia a sucoesBful arohitect it ruight be expectod to be a uiodol of couvonieuco aud good taste. A brother of Mrs. Prauk Dowub a residout of Bakersfield has been vis itiug here of lato. Judge Austiu Young aud wifo ar rived here last week from their houie iu Miuuenpolis, Miuu. Our eutortaiutueut comuiittee has nrranged agniu with the Whie Bnreau of Boston, for the couiing wiutor's oonrso. Four uumbors liavo been de oidod npon, viz. : Oarmen's Italiau Boys, nu orchestra of fivo with linmo--rist; looture by Ool. L. F. Copeland ; nn illnstrated leotiire partly with ruoving pictures, by J. E. Comorford j nud itn eutertninont by J. Franklin Oaveruoy, oartoouist. Two other uu tertaiuiuoiits ure to bo cousidoiod tlmt will be aunouiiced lator it arranged for. Horaco Flint, son of tho lato Oalvin Fliut, a saocesBful banker etc., in Glbbou, NeD., cauio herolast week ac oouipauied by his wife, Mrs. Flint, has had a great deal of poor hoalth in the laBt year or two brought ou by tho death of her ouly daughter aud child. She is now bottor. Thoy will remaiu horo n fow dnys louger nnd mny take iu the St. Louis exposltiou on their way liome. Miss Mnriou Horaford of Oharlotte is to roturu as tho priucipal of oar high sohool dopnrtmout. Ed. J. Poor paid his croaroory pat rouB 20 couts per pound for buttor tat iu Mny. It has been publinly statou that Ital ians who uatne here from Barre on the 4th iust., hoisted tho Anarchist flag here. We are glad to correot this Btatiinout. A ilng of one color, (the Anaroliist flag wo nro told, is red aud blaok) wns ilying through tho day, ou the OonBtrnotion Oompany hill, to lo oato, for nll who were intorosted, tho placo uot far nwny, whero thu com pauy waa aBaembled for their pionio. Mra. Azro A. Hoed and childreu aro haviug an onting with friouds iu Tun bridge nud elBewhere. The UulverealiBt Sundny-school lield a pionio iu tho old Euooh Howe woods lnst Friday. Tho day favored au en joyablo ocoaslon. Jatuos M. bookott haa boaght a pluoo ou Sominary Hill iu Montpelier nud will oooupy it as a home for his farn ily in tho uot far dihtant fatnre, wo lienr. A little son of Will Uoldon roooivod Qulto n sevore injury nboat nu auklo reooutly. A sister of Mrs. W. J. Tindall, Mrs. Oharlos Itaab of New Yoric oity, and lmsbaud, havo been vleiting the Tindnlls iu tho lnBt weok horo. Mrs. Harvoy L. Ohenoy aud Bistor, Mrs. W. B. Mayo of Northfield wore iu towu last week. Wo learn that their noighbor, Johu Bass of Ottawn, Kausas, imB boou gettiug great relief from rheumntiBin from osteopathy, and tlmt their nioce, n daughter of Mrs. RobeocnLynde SimouBof Prlnoe ash Qresses, ton, 111.. nud uow in inissionnry work iu Harpoot, Turkey, is again iu botter honlth. Will O. Mnrtin, son of Ophir S. Martiu. wa. horo from Ottnwn, Cnn ada, a fow days lnst weok. He plnus to rotnru lnter with his wife aud dnughtur, aud also n sisler of Ins mothor who iR n widow iu Ottawn. Miss Joauuotto Wiloy, who has licr hoiuo with tho family of Johu Onlef in Wnshington, wns iu town visitiug old friondB lnst weok. Alvnh Enton. who caino horo week beforo last to try hishand ns draughts mmi, etc, iu the bflico of the Groar-sou-Bockott Granito Uoinpnny, ro tnrued lnst week to his home iu Spriugfleld. llo lmd uot hnd expori enco iu luouumeutal work. Mrs. Asn G Wiltlor 1ms had to have edimal caro of luto bnt is now botter. Couductor .Tnuies Kaualy was at houie hore over Suuday. Wo nro told that his framily are to move to Mont pelier", n fant if it is n fnot thnt will be rogrettod hore by their uinny frieuds Tho Frae Baptistf" hd n tlinuk oifor iiig servicu at their churcti last Sun duy aftornoon. Tlioymako thoseoccn sious pleaenut nud profitnblo ns mis siouary moetiiigs aud the colleotious takeu aro dovoted to miBsiouary work. Jncob Fliut was able to bo drossed lnst week for tho flrst tini6 since n leg wns brokeu somo two months or moro ago. Waltor Dnvison nud wifo, accompau ied by a Mr. Oross, n brother of Mrs. ! Davisiou, stnrted last woek for Van. couver, British Colnmbia. Mjs. Orcutt Abbott aud danghtor iiave been cxpeotod here of late from New VTork Stuto. At receut nccouuts, howevor, Mrs. Abbott wus not well. Tho hay orop is good horo and wo Hoe uot why other orops may uot bo satisfaotory, if all is favorablo tho io ruainder of the BeaBou. A Miss Dean, who had previonsly beon horo as tho gnest of her frioud, Miss Marou Horsford, has como to Vermout agaiu this seasou from her home iu Grand Hapids Mich., aocom pnnied by a lady echool teaoher of that oity. Thoy aro niakiug a podes triau tonr in our State. Work has progrepsod so far ou tho Oongregational clmroli ropai's horo that ono cau uow judge souiowhnt of the great ndvantagos that are to como to the atteudauts at this churoh by tho ohanges. Iu tho flrst story of tho building will be a comuiodious pnrlor, that will likely bo ueod aB a vcstry ; a diuiug room ; a kitoheu ; n room that cau be nsod for sundry suitnblo on tortaiumonti ; n wood room;nr5om for tlieiuniace, aud othor Biunllor con- vomeuoes. J.iio nudioiico room ou the secoud tloor, will ooonpy tho wholo spaco abovo. Wo judge that the fiuest pieco of mocahnical eldll now called for, will be iu barriug uu eutrnnco to tho building of tho domou of dobt. 1 But we hnve n good building commit teo, who kuow how grently n ohnrcii deut is to bo drcaded. Wo nre glad to state that hnudrodB of the doliivrs giveu by tlm late Porkins Bass to re pairs ou tho ohurch a dozou years ago and more, aro to go on yet iu tho ser vioo of tho ohuroh. Lu B, Oako aud Elln Juuo Mondo Oake will givo au ontertaiumout nt tho towu liall Thursduy ovouiug, Juiy 14, nnder'tho auBpicea of tho ladies' oircle of tho Uulveralist ohuroh. It will bo romomborod that Mr. nnd Mrs. Oako gavo a very flno entortain meut iu this placo lasc poason. Fol lowiug is a partial prograiu, whioh is outirely uow: Bill Nyo rides tho Onmcl at tho World's Fair (imporson atiou); Bong, "Tho Midway Plai auoo;' "Violin Talk," by Mrs Oako (humorone)j "Tho Dutcli Soldior," dlaloot songj "Old Phantom,' tho quniutost, most killing liorso rnce knownj "Up All Right With Johu nv;" original darky Jubileos; tho Bioyolo Soug; Fnrmor G. Ilaw's Visit to Now York, iutroduning the songs, "Tho Dingruntled Granger" nud "The Old Farm Horse;" "Tho Lovers' Echo Song." Arrivnls here, this weok: Mra. Oharles H. Beckett and daughtor of New York oity; Mra Anulo Scno flold Randall aud husband of Ohicago; Prof Orrin Smith, now teaohing iu tho military iustitute of Worcestor, MaBS. It ia anppoBOd that Noal B. Smith, son of Marous A. Smith sailed from tho isle of Trinidad, Soutli Amorioa, for Now York on tlio 2nd of this mouth. Mra. O. Eliznbeth Tarboll ia visit iug hor llfo-loug frioud, Mra. Kmlly Beokott Edgiugtou, iu tho towu of Edgiugtou, 111. A third son lins lntoly boon boru to Mr. nnd Mra. Olnreuoo L, Tarboll of Wost Patmau, IU. Wo hoar that Mr. Tnrbolrfl work will bo largoly iu In diatinpollB, tho coinliig year. Mrs. Aumo Sohoflold Ruudnll tolls ua thnt aho reoontlv visltod Pullman. IU,, nud whiio thoro Bnw n benutiful meiuorial pletuto thnt tho toaohors lu tho Pullman boIiooIb, liad plaood in a lnill iu tho sohool building. It is to tho momory of tho two bous of Prlncl- p:il Uniiioi K. Martiu, who perished in tho Ironuois tliontro disaBtor in Ohicago, laBt year. Wo hope laior to givu a f nll dosoriptlon of this lnrgo pioturo Prinoipnl Martiu aud wifo will uot oomo to tliis, his old liomo, this vonr, for n vncntion, but go to nortuurn iuicnignn or Wisoousiu. Tho family of Will II. Whoolor of Dea Molncs, Ia., liavo gono from Montiiollor to Onlais. Mr. WhooloVs BioknnsB from Bright's tlisoaso is a vory Bau ono, WATERBURY. E. T. Honstou loft for Now York oity on Monday and wns mnrried to n young indy from tsrooklyu ou Tneedny. Thoj' will returu to Wntorbury iu about two woeks. O. 0. Warren left for Mt. Wnshing ton to ntteud tho automobile hill con- teets that nro being hold thoro this WbOK. Frod Towne weut to Burlington to nnvo ins nrm nttendod to. llo is uot very much improvod nt this timo. Mrs. Wnltor MoFnrlnnd of Bnrtou iB tno Ruost of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. J. Kuowlns. Fred Leaso aud wife. Bond Olnrk nud Josoph Smith spout Suudnr at the camp of tho Waterbury pooplo nt Starr farm bonch. Fred Oooley is nt liomo from Boston for n fow dnys. Ho is tho mauager of tho Boatou ofllco of Oooley Maunfao turiug Oompauy. Miss LnnduB, who is a teaoher in Havaua, Oubn, ia nt Mrs. E. G. Hook or's for the summor vncntiou. Tho Biosoopo Spooinlty Oo. plnyod to a amr.il audiouce on Tuesdav oveu- iug nt tho opern honec. Au eutortniument is boiug prepared for tho beueflt of tho librar." nseooin tiou, by local talout. Tho affair will bo iu the uaturo of a musicai outer taiument aud tho remainder of tho evouing will be takon un by n fnrce comedy. Albort L. Olnrk nud wife nro the gnosts of F. L. Knight nud wifo. Mr. Olark is the brother of Mrs. Kuight. Georgo Mellon and a party oamo from Barre in au automobile aud wore entertaiued by Drow Daniols ou Fri day. Edwnrdg Gilletto, who has beeu very ill with iiiilamuiatory rhquma tisui, ia roportod asjrapidly improving. Mrs. Gideou Ridloy aud Mrs. Spragno of Bristol have been tho guests of Mrs. Johu Parker. Miss Julin Oarver, who ia a trninod nnrpo iu Boatou, is nt hor liomo in town for n short vacatiou. She will returu to Bostou tho last of tho weok. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Noyes of Hau uawer Falls, N. Y., who have beon visitiug in Stowe, were the gnosts of B. E. Wallace on Thorsday. Hobor JackBon of Waterville nccoin pauiod his mother ou u visit to hia brother, who is ouo of the pnrole pa ti'iuts at tho hospital. One of tho brakemon ou tho Oentral road rocoivod a bad gash ou the head by being hit by tho dry bridgo. Dr. Stauloy dressod the wouud. Cassius Ayors of tho hospital is tnk ing n vncntion of two weeks. Oharlos Root nud Audrew Brown loft on Mouday for Mt. Washinctou whero thoy havo omployment for the Bnmmer. Miss Miua Hoadly has gono toFrau couin Inu, White Monutnius, whero ahe lins employmeut for tho aummer. Miss Mertio Guptil ia nt liomo with hor' mothor tortho aamuier, Tho holp nt tho wrappor factory whb troated to n hnlf holiday ou ac coaut of sevore heat ou Saturdav. Dr. Mlnnrd of Barre is the guest of his sou, Dr. W. F. Minard, for a short tiuie F. 0. Evans ic sayiug "rats" thoso days, as the rat'cals killed niue of his fnnoy Wyaudotto chickcus ou Monday uight. Mrs. Stojihon Gnjitil was iu Mont pelier and Barre ou Tuesday. Miss Rnby Boals of Knowltou, P. Q., is tho gnest of Mra. Oharles Rob insoii for a few days. Mibs Mary Oarrigau has roturued from Ratlaud nfter a short visit. Miss Ethol Booth of Bridgoport, Ooim., is tho gaoBt of Mr. aud Mrs. Oharles Keono. Miss Oatheriuo Bo.vce of Burlington waB tho gnest of Miss Bertha Josliu on Suuday. Thu followiug uuclaiuied lottors wore advertisod at the iost-olllco Juiy '.): Adani Shaw Jr., (ii), Mrs. R. O. Boyas, Hou. L. G. Kiui. Miss Weltha Boekor liaB goue to tlio Proflle Hoobo for tho Hummor. Mary Halo, who has beeu passlng her vaoatiou in Norwood, N. Y., ro turnod to hor dnties on Mondny. Fifteou tiokets to the bnso onll gauio nt Burlingtou ou Saturday woro sold to local fnns. Oomplaint was outerod ou Mouday ngniuat Robort Graco for itBsault and breaoh of tho ponco. Ile was arralgned before JuBtico J. K. Fullortou ou Mon dny, plended gnilty nud was iined ?5 and costa. L. O. Moody nppearod for tho Stato. DANVILLE. Mrs. Nowoll Stockor is vory Beri ously ill aud hor rocovory is doubtful. About fonr wooks ago sho anffored n ahook of paralysis siuco whioh timo she Iiab slowly failod. Mr. aud Mrs. Edward Johnson of Poporill, Mnss., havo beon visitiug nt W. O. Ohoevor's. Mrs. W. O. Day of Craftsbury is viBitlng at W. H. OaaB. Missoa Ileluu aud Alico Plllabury of Minneapolls nro visitiug their Bis tor, Mrs. H. O. Ayer. Dr. Davld R. Brown liaa roturnod from n trip to Burlington, whoro ho nttondod tho gradaatiug oxeroisos of tho Unlvoraity of Vermont, also to Wentworth, N. H., whoro ho visltod hia pareuta. U. A. Bnboook of WhiteQold, N. II., has como horo with n movable Baw mill to Baw Aen NVosaon'e lumbor. Miaaea Ida nud Elln Page nro vifit iug iu South Newbury, Mnss. Mrs. Abial Flshor nnd MIbb Lotta Fishor of Washington, D. O., nro vis itiug nt Judge S. D. Morso's. MARSHFELD. Mr. Johuson, formor mnnngor of tho Johuaou nnd StobbiuB mill ntPonulmm Pond wnB in towu on buBiaoBB Tuos day. WtZ . Miss Elonubr T. Oolo la nt liomo for a short vaoatiou. Mr. nud Mrs. F. V. HnsBam nud MrB. Will Hnasnm of Gayavillo woro guoBts of O. D. Smith for n day re ooutly. Asa Sponoer, who lias boou iu fnil Ing lioalth foi somo timo, pnased away, early S.Uurdny morulug at tho homo ofhis sou, En V., with whoin ho has had n home siuco hia hoalth failod. Inturmout was in tho family lot in the village oemetery Saturday. Fuuoral aervlooB woro hold ou Suuday nt the Oongrogatiouul ohurch, Rov. Mr. Shoaf of Plaiuflold offloiating. Asa Speucer, sou of Asa, wns born in Woodbury, Soptombor 14, 1811. His fnthor romoved to Mhrahfleld iu 1818. Whou Asa, Jr., waa twonty yenrs old ho wout to Mnlono, N. VT., whero ho rosidcd tho euBuing threo yoare, nnd whoro ho marrled Misa Jauo Wright. He then roturued to Marahfleld whero ho has siuco lived. Mr. Speucer has boeu a farmor and Btook growor. Iu 1860 ho removod to his reaideuoe lu tho villngo. Here presouted M&rshflold in tho LogiBlature in 1850 aud 1851, has hold nearlynll tho town ofHcos nud settled uamerous estntes. Mr. nud Mrs. Spencor woro narents of threo ohildreu of whoiu ouly one son, Eri V., ia livlng. At a roconr'inooting of tho looal or- der of-Rathbouo Siators tho followiiiir olllcera wero eleotod for tno eiisuiug year: Moat ex-ohiof, Idolla Marvin; oxcellent senior, Nellio Southwiok, excellont juuior, Marion Lamberton ; M. of T., Josio Morse; M. of R. nnd O., Blaucho Piko; M. of F., Lettto tiouitiry: j. of T.. Lillian Sandors: G. of T., Geneviove Lamberton ; past chief, Lliza Dwiuoll. Misa Stolln Browu is vlsltiuL' hor sister iu Jeffersonville. MIbb Grnco Brown ia at work iu the liomo of Mra. A. W. Slooum. Tho I. O. G. T. lawn nnrtv at J. W. Mo-irs' ou Thursdnv ovouiuu ol!last weok was largoly attouded. Tho not roooipts to tho society is nnderetood to bo about $9. A prouieuauo iu tho barn waa tho prinoinal featuro of tho eveniug's outortaiumont. Mnrion, tho aeven-yonr-old dauchtor of Mr. nud MrB. S. II . Uuiviu frnc tnrod tho lowor bouos of tho right nrm uy n receut inu ot oignt leec trom n window in tho baru to tho groaud. Marshliold Stars detented tho Plnin- flold baao bull tonm by a aoore ot 0 to 5 ou tho home grouuds ou Saturaay nfternoon. D. D. Lamb of East Oal aiB plnved with tho homo toam. The Oliriatiau Endeavor Bociotv haa signod n coutruot with Will Oarleton, the uminent writer nnd apenker, for one of hia lecturos, whioh will be givou iu tliiB placo ou Thursday oveu iug, Juiy 21. A rare opportuuity to listou to oue of tho niosc uoted speak rea of tho day aud timea and ono nud all should avail thomsolves of tho privilege of hoariug him. Milo Wing is visitinc with Mr. and Mra. A. G. S. Oorlia. Mra. Ettn Shepard Adamslof Goulds- i viuo uaa ocou sponaiug n low anys witu trionds in town. A basket picuio nt Lako Joe in Dnn- villo on Juiy 4 wns onjoyed by Bevernl fnmiliea from Now Diacovery. Amoug thoso ntteudiuc woro Mr. nud Mrs. Frnnk Nowton, 0. O. Lnmbortou lmd tnraily, Mr. nud Mra. Jnmea Snuders, Mr. nud Mra. I. E. Woodwnrd, Mr. aud Mis. AmosPeabody, Mr. and Mrs. OhnrloB Lnrkiu. Will Tibbotts aud daughter, Mr. and MrB. Uassius Laui bertou of Soutli Oabot, O. H. BlodgTJtt of Oabot, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Oarley of East Onlnis, J. P. Nowton nud wifo of Marshfield, Loplio Newton and lady from Montpelier. A messngo nunonuoiug tho death of Leo Hill at his home iu Lau.caster, N. II., atiioon on Tuesday, waa recoived by hia paronts,' Mr. aud Mra. Horaco Hill, at Jthis place. Mr. Hill had uiauy frieuds in towu who sympatluzo with tho family iu their Borrow. State Highway Commissionor J. O. Sauford of Stamford was iu town last weok nnd in couipauy with the select nioii auil road oommiBsioners, weut ovor the grouud alioady built by tho town as permauent road aud somu pro posed to bo built thiE fall. It is uu dorstood that Mr. Sauford ovpressod himaelf as woll ploasod with tho work douo by tho towu iu this rospeot, aud at the Bamo timo gnve the town ofll cres some valuablBsnggestious nloug this lino, , W. 0. Goodwiu aud wifo wore tho gueats of O. E. Shepard nud family over Suuday. W. &.Lord aud family of Montpelier aro at Hotel Spouoor for n fow wooks. Mrs. Goorgo Mnrtiu of Penohaui is visitiug hor daughter, Mrs. E, 0. Pit kiu. Frod Oobnrn is oooupyiug tho house at L. D. Nute's farm. E. U. Pitkiu was iu Poaoham ou Suuday. Edgnr Swanu of Northfield, who has boeu a visitor iu town for sovoral dnys, aBfiistod tho baud at Soutli Ryo gate Juiy 4, and also playod with the Oabot band at tho Boll-Stenrna pionio iu Waldeu. Ho roturuod homo on Monday. Mr. nud Mrs. L. P. Slaok nud dnngh tor of St. Johuabury aro viaitora with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. H. Moara. Mr. Slaok ia tho Ropublicau nomiueo for ono of tho couuty Seuatora of Oalo douia couuty. HARDWICK. Mr. and Mrs. Giddiugs spout last week at Greensboro, at Oaapiau Lako. Mrs. Giddiugs onught a nino pound trout wlille there. Miss Hnttio Lowis of Wostnrly, R. I., is visltlng hor siator, Mra. O. S. Ohapman. Willinm Johna retuiued on Mondny from n visit to WoBterly, R. I. Mrs. Johna will roinniu for n fow wooka with her mothor, Mra. Lewis. A lnrgo numbor from tlua plnoo nt tondod tho baaket plcniu iu Boll'a grove, Wnlden, lnst Friday. A fluo timo ia reportod. Timothy Mulohny dled nt IiIb homo, on Mnin struot, Juuo 28, of henrt dis oaso resultine from piionmouin. Tho fuueral wns hold nt the Ontholio ohuroh Juno $0 Augus MoLoud nud sou, Nelaon, aro visitiug iu Uarro. WHITE Celebrated Choice Under Clothing at little cost. Nothing ill-fitting or poorly made. In vestigation will easily show that in Lowness of Pric, Dainty Designs, and Bxcellent Material these Garments are beyond possible rivalry. M h CORSET COVERS Good quality Cotton with four rows of iiiico j.nscrtiuu anu L.acu eugo nrotiud ncck. Valuu 39o, Ono lot of Corset Covars sohlfor COc aml o'Jc. Lxccllent material and liaud somely trlmmcd, Jf'oi1 tilssalv, ,'iOc Mrs. Rollius of Huutiugtou is visit iug '-er daughtor, Mrs. William Robs. Mrs. Judevino, who has beeu ill a long tiuif, is slowly improving. Ed Gove iB baildiug n uow house ou Ohorry streot. RANDOLPH. Richard Wiswall, a Harvard stu deut, who ia Bpouding the summer at tho Wiswall cottago, attouded tho pln? giveu in DuBois & Gny's hall on Sfonday eveuing by the Faunio Wood Uompauy, iu compauy with his aister, Mias Oarlotta Wiswall, nnd two Indy frieuds, nnd uindo liimself so obuox ioun thnt nt thu oud of the flrst uct ho wns spokeu to by the mnuner, who told tMr. Wiawnll thnt if he tdidu't liko the eutertniumont ho could tnke his , party from the lmll nud get his niouey back nt tho box oflice, bnt if they romniuod thoy uiust condnot thomsolves iu a dilforent mauner. Tho party remaiuod bnt aB soou as tho play was over Wiswall forced his way to tho stage dre&aing rooms broaking doora and furnitnre iu hia attompt to got nt tho mauager, Mr. Davis, whom ho.triod to strike but was prevented by auother tneuiber of tho compauy.. he thou turued nud atrnck the mnu ager's wifo but not hurting her sori ously. Fortunntoly for Wiswall tho mombors of tho compauy wore geutlo mon nud did uot lny hnuds ou him. Pnpers hnvegbeon made out for the arrost of Wiswall, who loft with a party this moruiug for Berlin pond. Tho pooplo who attended the play ro port that it wns all right iu evory way nnd thoy nre vorv iudigunut ovor Wis wall's nctions. At oue timo lnst yenr Wiswall made so much noiso at a play tlmt pooplfl sittiug noar, wero disguBt od aud left the hall. Mr. aud Mrs. H. M. Story, aud daughtor, Miss Mary Story have ar rivod iu towu aud are guosts of Mrs. A. D. LamBOu at Idlotou cottago. Louis Goodhart of Bostou, who lins boeu spoudiug n weok with his par onts, Mr. and Mrs. Jorry Goodhart left nore on Monday nccorapanied by his brother, Ohurles Goodhart, for Barre. They will speud n week with relatives in thnt oity. Mrs. A. A. Reod nnd two ohildreu of Wiiiinmstowu roturnod yosterday to their homo nfter speuding n fow dnys with Mr. nud Mrs. M. 0. Rowell. OABOT. S. O. Voodry wns iu Montpelier ou buBiness on Mondny. Miss Omrio Pniue is nsBiBtiug in tho post-olllco for a few weeks. Mrs. Johu Simmoua of Greensboro is visitiug friouds in town. Miss Mnriou Marsh of Maldeu, i Masfl., iB stopping nt hor uuolo's W. R. Mnrsh'B. Al Kimball nnd family spout Snu dny with his mothor, Mrs. Joiuietto Kimball. Mrs. Knto Dovv nnd ohildreu nro vis itiug rolntivos in Oauada. Mrs. S. C. Voodry, who hna boou iu Montpelier tho past fow weoka.hns ro turued homo.. Dr. L. W. Burbnuk nnd fnmily spout last week nt Keystouo Oottago, Greens boro. Mra. Sarah Oobnrn Hubbnrd viaited frieud in town lnst woek. Miaa Pearl Meador, of Nowport, is visitiug hor graudmothor, Mra. Knte Lauoo. ' Lovi Oolo has sold hia farm to Johu Liviuga'ton. Edgar Peok purohnsed a pair of work horsos of U. N. Fnrnlmm of Enst Montpelier last weok. Enrle Rogers nud W. B. Lauoo at tended tho bailganie nt Montpelier ou Tuosday. Misa Jonnio Ologaton of Montpelier is visitiug Jonuie Hoyt. O F Perlesi j 1 O N O J1 DRAWERS Good qualttv Cotton, tuck nud trimmod with Lacc. Would bo clicap at 37$c. Wo oll'cr for this week ono lot of Drawors, lhie Cotton nnd niculy triiiiiiied. Sold from 7c to 87Jc, at 4i)c Harlio Buchauau has flnished work for S. &. Norris nud gono to Bnrke to visit his fnthor. EAST CORINTH. Mrs. Southworth, Mra. Goorgo Tap liu, and Misses Lalin nud Ardell Southworth of ,Bostou, Mnps., nro vis itiug nt Mra. John Burgess'. A son was boru to to Mr. aud Mrs. Jo Zwicker ou Tnesday, Juiy 5. E. P. Sawyer waa iu Bradford ou Monday. Phiilp Ohamberlin ia at work in. SVoodsville, N. H. Wil'iam Heydrick of Vernon, visited at Wnlter Dodd's last Week. Jo Zwicker of Fitchburg was iu towu laat week. Dr. W. R. Rowlnnd is in Burlington for n few duys. Miss Cnrrie Rowland iB visitiug in Middobnry and Burlingtou. ' Miss Alico McLam of East Topsham spout n fow days last weok with her annt, Mra. Wiuthrop Jnokman. Misses Ainnudn and Helou Thomp son, who have beon working in tho wrapper factory, at Chester, are at home for n vncntiou. Miss Mayino Jnckmnn is at homo from her work iu Waterbury. Pauline Riohards of;Oakville,'Couu., visitod Miss Lottie Rowland 'a few dnya laat week. Miss Edith Harrimnu is at homo for tho summor vncntion. Tho unuunl pionio of tho Uuivorsdl iat parisii and friend8 will this year be at Hull'spond.w eather pormitting, Saturday, Juiy 2U. Everyouo who would liko to attoud is cordially in vitod to take their lunoh nud go. Fred Kowlnnd, Eruost Huso, nud Miss Adelaide Butterfiold nre tho commit tee in chnrgo. Mnoh ndmiratiou has been oxpressed over tho now stops aud tho artistically paiuted doora of the Union ohurch. Tlio artists uiodoHtly withhold their nnmes but thoir work spenks for itsolf nud continuos to benr witnoss to their zeal for imprqvouiout. Duriug tho reBt of tho summor nutil Oct. 1, the library hours will bo changed. Iu tho forouoou it will bo opon from 8to 10a. m., ou week days; nftoruoou nud oveumg honra will ro main uuohaugod excopt ou Sundny whou it will opon from 4 to 7 :30 p. m. EAST MONTPELIER. Mr. uud Mrs. Orlaudo Olark are re joioing over tho birth of n sou ou Juiy 7. Harry Dauiela hna aold out his in torost in tho orystnl epring water to W. M. Olnrk. Fnrmera in this vioiuitv are vory buav hnying ; all roport n vory good orop. Mrs. Richard Doying, nged flfty four, died Weduesdny, Juiy 0. Bosldea a liUBbaud aho leavos one sou nud threo dnughtora, Frank Doying aud Mra. Etlmu Jnokmnu of this plaoe, Mrs. Oliu Fnuuoo of Bridgeport, Oonn., Mrs. Ned Witham of Northfield : also two brothors nud sovoral grnudchildron who will tnouru her loaa. Her fuuoral wns hold at tho ohuroh Saturday nf toruoou nt 3 o'olook. Rev. G. A. Mooro ollicinted asaistod by Mrs. Oraig. Burinl wns iu East Montpelior oemetery. Tho Grnuge gnve a reooption iu houor of Mr. and Mra. Lewis Sibley lnst yook Weduesdny ovouiug. They iutroduced tho people iu n very nioe uinunor. Miss Kato Whoolor, Mrs. Oameron, Allio Oamerou, O. Sibley, Misa Olive Onmoron and MIbb Jounie MoKuight roooived with Mr. aud Mrs. Sibloy. Tho nshers were Onrl Sibley, Harry Viuoent, Georgo MoKnlghc, Lylo Young, MIbs Ella Dndloy played tho pinno nnd Harry Dndley the vlo liu. Thoy prosontod Mr. aud Mrs. Sibloy with a liandsouie ohair. Mr. Fnruham mnde tho prosontntiou speeoh, Mr. Sibley respouded iu woll SALE Unrier-Muslins JP JE W NIGHTGOWNS Ilobcs of good quality Cotton. somo tucked nnd triiiinitd with Laeu. dOc Ono lot of Night Ilobcs, haudsomoly tciunned. Sold Irom $1.25 to $1.75 A'otv OSo Excellent valucs in long and short Skirts. Sec Tho nv ohosen words. Oake aul ico oreara wore served followed by daucing. FAIRLEE, ii Rev. Mr. Webb noudncted com muuiou aervicoa Suuday uftoriioou, Juiy 8. One person joiued the Meth odiBt church on probntiou nud four ohildreu wereihaptiEed. Rev. Dr. Frost of Evnnston, III., has been iu town n few dnys stopping nt Gale's luti nud mnde brief oalla on old frieuds. His fnmily nre uot com ug east this seasou. Mr. Galhold has a consin visiting him, Mrs. Nellie Dearboru, of Ohei. sea. Mr. aud Mrs George Thompsou and their childron from Lyndonvillo spent the Fourth nt Mr. Wiuship's. Stedmnu B. Hayes passed from tliiB lifo early in the moruing of Juiy 7, agod eiphty-four years aud somo uiontha. Previoua to thia illness he had been uuusually well aud aotive for a poraou of his age. He leaves n wifo with whom he had spout nearly sixty years of happy rnarried life ; also iwo sons, norruau a., or Manohester, N. H., and Oharles L., of Newport. The fnnornl was lield at tho house Sat urday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Webb oflloiated. Tho floral offeriugs were abnudaut aud beatutiful. Bnrial was iu tho village oemetery. Ohildrou's Day was obsorved Suu day, Juiy 10. Rev. J. Kilborn, n brother of our paator, supplied the pulpit. All roada lod to Lako Morey on the Fourth. Orowds cauio, overyjjody with their fauiiliea and relatives, uear aud far, soomod to bo out. Horrtbles in tho morniug, whioh were ueithor very horrible or very iutrestiug made their usual pnrade. Strafford baud furnisliod the mnsic. In the after noon there waB a gamo of base ball in which the home team was boatou by the tonm from Pike's Stntiou, N. H. Tho new rond nrouud the onBt side of the lako was oponod thnt morniug nnd n benutiful drive of soveu iniles com pletiug the oirouit of the lako waa eu joyed by huudreds of people. Fire works in the evening followed by n dauce completed tho exoroises for tho day. ROXBURY. Dr. Morriaui nud fnmily nnd N. D. Rice nud family aro iu Hinesburch for n vaoatiou of a week or more. Dr. Ellis and wifo of Brookfield visited him Friday. Mru. Al. Whooler has beon quito ill tho past weok. Her daughter, Mrs. EdwarHs, has been with her a part of tho timo, aud Mrs. Shattuok, who haa beeu workiug at Frank Maun's, is uow workiug there. Rov. Mr. Wilson will nttend the williston' ineetiug in Montpelier ou Tneaday. The ladiea' uiito aooitey meets on Wednesday, Mra. Dr. Slnyton beiug in chnrge. H.G. Elils was among tho sull'erors who waitod twolvo hours nt Bethel Saturday afternoon, reaohlng home at fonr o'olook Sunndy morniug. Wost Williams has beeu iu very poor hoalth tho past week. His son, Harry, with his wife, of Lobanon, aro "visit iug him. Al. Wheelur hna flniahod work ou tho sootion. Ed. York has tnkeu hia plaoo ns aeotiou bosa. Frauk Pearaona of Maluo has oeen iu towu for n fow days. Etta Suow has flnished work at Mr. Jonoa' at Northfield ond is iu town thia woek. Tho Ohristiau Eudoavor Sooiety hold ita auunal onsineBs tnoeting lnst Thursdny eveuing nnd olected the followiug ollloers; Proa,, Mra. Lil linu Morrinm; vloe prea., JoBsie Stanton; seo.. Florence Guahea; troas., Esther Elils. s