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EliMfMis. Let us ko ahead with tho tarllT bill. t'oUKrveMomil Hecird. Aiir. IS I. And a long euireriiig people onco more ro rpoml, Amen! Tho Itutlnuil Herald will lind, In tlmo, that somo of tho representatives-elect whom it claims ns high lleenso men, nro firm sup porters Cf tho prohibitory law, VTo can discover no imllcntion thnt tho law is In tiny serious danger from tho results of this election, The representation of each town in tho republican Stato nnd county conventions of 1892 will depend on tho republican voto for governor this year. It is important, there fore, that each town should (jut out its full republican vote nnd cast It solid for tho re publican nominee, Cnrroll S. Vago. A valued correspondent and ono thor oughly qunlilled to discuss tho subject hns ome things to say of the Htnto pauper laws in tula morning's i&suo that should in terest th oso who would keep informed con coruing tho laws of tho State, n.id particu larly thoso who aro likely to go to Jfont pelier noxt fall to engngo in tho work of law making nnd repairing. In the September number of the Century magazine is nn nrticlo of local intorost en titled "In the Marble Hills.'' Tho article Is very handsomely illustrated and tho story of tho growth of tho marblo industry in Vermont is vory interestingly told, from the time a iunrry of black marble was tlrst worked, in tho Islo I.a Motto beforo tho revolution, to tho tnoro extensive ((Harrying of theso later days. Bo there aro oil' years In old ago ns well os politics. Oliver Wendell Holmes, in peaking of his birthday last week said: "This is my eighty-first, and kind of nn off year. 1 realize I nm not ns vigorous ns thirty or forty years ago, hut lifo is enjoy able and plensnnt to mo still." Tho genial post hns well learned tho art of growing old gracefully; may ho find life onjoynblo and pleasant for many years to como. It is announced thnt Hon. Henry It. Etart, republican reproseutntivo-olect from Bakerslleld, will bo a candidato for speaker of the House. Mr. Start is well and fa Torably known in this section, and his can didacy will bo endorsed by tho solid repub lican delegation from l'ranklm county. V. A. Dullard, osrj., democratic leprosentative lect from Underbill, will probably ba tho candidate on the democratic side. Chauneey M. Depow tells a London news paper reporter that ho found the continent of Europe nlinost in a panic over tho Mc Kluley tnrill' bill. "In Germany,'' ho aid, - I found it a matter of univorsnl dis cussion, and oven n guard on the railroad and a hotel keeper discussed it most anx iously with me. In Franco tho alarm is is even greater, ns poople soem to believe that to carry out its mensures would entire ly ruin their commerce." 'Jiii' Iti-Mill ir the KU'iM inn. If the result of the Wrmout olectlou does tiot afford republicans much to brag about, neither when all tho circumstances aro taken Into account does it disoloso grounds for especial discouragement. It was tho oltyeur when a lighter voto und i educed majority was to bo expected. An exciting nnd embittered canvass for the nomination for governor had luft tho republicans in many places in bad shape ns regards har mony and voling strength. A republican daily paper, the socond in circulation in tho Btate, had undertaken u spocial raid ngainst the wholesome law which lias been such a barrier ngninst tli unkeuuossnnd pauperism in tho .State; and cheered by the accession of this new ally in their long tlmo wurfaru upon tho pro hibitory law, the democrats were cvery Nvhero encouraged to form alliances with the comparatively few republican oppo nents of tho law. Republican votes for the State tickot wero thus trn led for votos I for "lleenso" members of the Legislature. 2'asters to enable disalloctod republicans to tubstitute a democrat for tho republican Jiomlneo for governor wero distributed all over the State, to an extent never approach ed before. I Our columns havo betrayed our npprohen ( Fiona lest these combining causes should work a serious diminution of tho republi rnn majority and wo cannot fcny that wo pre much surprised at tho result. The demo- crats who aro only too willing to hm rah , nnd republicans who are dlspoted to bo 1 cast down, in view of tho figures, will do Veil to remember ono or two things, Ono (s that fluctuations in the republican ma jorities in Vermont do not represent like variations in the actual republican i fctrengtb. In times of comparative politl ml lethargy, our total voto and tho ro i Jiubllcan majority has often fallen off Jieavlly; but the exultation of our oppon ent!, over what they took for proof of tho iane of republicanism in Vermont, has never outlasted tho succeeding election, or instance (iov, J'roctor, a popular and i respected citizen, was elected in 1878 by 'only 10,608 mnjority. It was the olt year. .At the next election 1'oswell Faruham was 'tlected govornor by i.'.i,012 mujority an Jncrease of over 00 per cent! It was not Iwcauso republicans woro any ploutler in Vermont in 18S0; but thatyear they turnod out to the polls. So our small mnjority this year is no proof that any considerable numlier of tho 'Vermont republicans have reuounood their party. If any reader doubts this stato fiint, a republican majority of 25,000 two years from now will bo likely to undeceive him. Mnjoritlcs vary heavily In this State, but tho Vermont republican do not wnb blo much in their party allegiance. Nor Is there nnythiug particularly dis heartening in tho olectlou of forty or fifty democrats to tho Legislature. In 1883 there wero .1!) democrats In the House, bo shies several greenbnekers who acted with them. At the next election, In 188 1, only !!1 democratic reprosenlallves wero elected. Another important consideration is tho fact, which ttaiids out plainly on tho face of the figures, lhat our republican majority tills year Is not measured by tho majority for governor. Ordinarily tho voto for tho head of the ticket Is tho voto for tho ticket. This year tho ticket outruns its head, by a (onsidernblo percentage. Just what tho dlll'erenco is, cannot bo stated till tho returns nro oil in; but from present indications it will bo safe to ndd from seven to ten per cent lo I he mnjority on tho gov ornor, for thu actual republican majority nt tile polls. To sonio other peculiar features of the result, wo mny allude in another issue. Mv. Itlalno nnil the War Tnrill'. Mr. lllalne vn befoio bis andlenco at Wntcrvlllo In Maine Friday evening only nbout a half nn hour, but l.o found that time enough in which to mako a ory strong statement of his views on tho ex pansion of our foreign trade anil of tho benellts to this country of n protective tnrill'; mid he also found time incidentally to show tip the fallacy of this talk by the democrats and mugwump nbout tho in cipiity of the republican party keeping up the war tan!!'. As a matter of fact, said the Maine statesman, the war tniill' has not been kept up. but bus been amended over and over ngnin unlll tho revision of 1HS! loft scnrcely a tmce of tho actual tariff that was in operation at tho clo.so of tho war anil for n few years afterward. Din lug the war the necessities of tho government wero so great that we could allow scarcely anything lo be imported without (laying tiibule. Wo woro not then studying the philosophy of trade relations, but wo wero studying how to save tho lifo of tho nation. Hut dming tho hist eighteen years a great chaiigo has been mini?. Ho entirely hns the war tnrill' been abolished that in the fiscal year ending June !)(), lSS'J, the articles admitted free wero considerably more than one-third of all tho imports. Mr. lilnine thinks the inevitable tendency is toward tho increnso of the freo list, but he would have the repeal of duty in every Instance preceded by tho most thorough investigation, and whenever it is found practicably to export anything from tho Tinted States and thus establish n reciprocity of trade, it should be done. This is bound doctrine and is fast coming to bo generally recognized ns such. 'liii- Vermont A:;i li nliiuul College nnil ;i I'l iiiiii-iit I. mills i he ricchtly published statement that under piovidenl iiiaiiiifiiient I he lands donated by the federal t-mrrinunl to the Mate of New uk tin auric iiltui.il i il. ccs In uutclit an a i nue return of s,;,t j er uc re to ( 'm nell unl ci"it h is led some to inquire how much per acre had iiti-niL'cd lo tlio mmertdty of ei mont. An In; estimation showed that hut lit tle luul I'ceii received by the Vermont nun ul t n nil olW ye and t hat i y mi unwise, or r.H her no mannueineiit at all. the i'n oiiie of the tund hud l.een frittered awa. Had a w iu maniiKe ment likc'thnt of New York obtained it u sin llce'il sum wuldh,tu Inch seemed to :1.111m ally support the Vci-numl institution. Mi h Is the dlllerence in ll.e exec iition of a trust by business men and lion of an indiirctcnt board cf trustees. New Yot k reei-iiid s ,7:t pur aon', Vol niont ubt iiiie I lUtj-two cents jilt acre. A wide i oatr.ist. Just wheio (lie above item which we take from 'ho Troy Press originated wo are not positive, but suppose it to be tho woi I. of the Rutland correspondent of that paper. Tho Bennington I'anner reprints tho item this week with the following comments ; This is 11 matter worth loo inc Into. (If course taxation in .0111 tone, direct or inih lei t, makes up w lmte ei dell' iuih s nm rri-e, and now when our people nie 011ut.n1; thu os' ol other Male in.itleia it iniKiit he well 10 seo if wo cannot alsij reali" 511.T.I and save some onu the haiame As a matter of tact therd is hardly n word of truth in th" statements made by the Rutland correspondent, whoso story is n fair wimple of the many mislead ing statements which havo of lato found their way into print regarding Vermont and Vermont matters, and which 11 certain class of newspaper correspondents seem to delight In giving publicity, without regard to tho ell'ect produced upon tho State and its institutions. I'lidur tho circumstances, however, it is natural that papers like tho Bennington Banner, having tho best iuter- I ests of the Stato and its institutions nt heart, should think tha matter "worth looking into.'' We havo looked into it and find that the income from tho lands donated by the federal government to Ver mont for its agricultural college has not been flittered uway, that what the Hut laud correspondent is pleased to call "an iudillenmt board of trustees" has bad nothing whatever to do with ;ho land scrip dunntu 1 by the fedornl government to this State either in relation to its salo or tho investment of tho proceeds, that tho Ver mont scrip was bold to better advantage than thu average of the scrip given to the Slutes and that the resulting fund is to-day iulact. But to bo more explicit. The colleges originally received land scrip In pioportion to theircongrosslonnl represen tation. Now York received scrip for 1190, 000 acres, Vermont for 1,10,000. Tho Vermont scrip, in nccordauco with nn net of thu Legislature, ns sold by liovemor Smith nnd Treasurer Page, and tho pro ceeds, AKl.l.oOO, wero invested in Vermont Stato bonds, and so remain, undiminished to this day. The trustees of the college have had nothing whatever to do with tho sale of the land, or with the investment or custody of the proceed. Moreover, tho Vermont scrip was sold to hotter advantage than the nvorngd of tho scrip given to tho States. Maine received for her lands only $118,000, Now Hampshire 80,000, Con necticut 13o,000, Rhode Island .'J.'jO.OOO, all of them loss thati Verniout. Thu great amouut of bcrip thrown on tho inarkot, over 7,000,000 acres of collego scrip alone, be tide the largo amount granted for military sorvicos, caused tho salo of mot of tho csl lege lands lo bo Hindu at a very low rato, Kzra Cornell bought tho New York scrip for n small sum, held tho land for some time, and gavo the university which bears his name tho benefit of his spoulntion. If any mistake hns boon made in the execution of this trust, the fault lies at the doors of tho Vermont State Legislature, presumably composo 1 of bttslnoss man not at all Indifferent to tho interests of the Stale. Hut 110 mistnko has boon made. Tlio scrip wa well sold and woll IutoiUiiI, nnd tho income hns been honestly applied for tho benefit of the Stato Agricultural college. Tho "investigation" made by tho Itutlaud correspondent was an investigation that didn't investigate. Tiio Mcutiiiiliiu ol' tlio Hlitl. Our democratic and mugwump friends, who nro doing all In their power to hinder legislation in Congress, liavo strango Idem of what constitutes liberty of debate. Their tnlk of tho attempts of the republi cans to choko oil debnto and to prevent n full discussion of tarllT measures is nil nonsense, To say nothing of tho fact '.hat much of tho tnrilT talk is nothing but tho threshing of old straw, it should bo remembered thnt It is now four mouth since tho latest tarllT measure, thu McKinloy bill, was reported in tho IIouso, three months sitico It 1 curbed tho Senate, and considerably more than two months since it was reporto 1 in the Senate. It will probably bo nearly another month before it reaches the president for his signature, but tho beginning of the end is already here, and the end itself will soon ho leached. According to the present nrnmgeiiniit the general discussion of the tnrilT bill will be closed September !). There will then lie three days allowed for llvc-minuto speeches, nnd on September S and thereafter tho bill end amendments will bo considered without debate until nil tlio section haw bo-'n p-iss-cd on, and (hen throe hours will be allowed to each side for general debate, after which the Ihinl vote will be taken. Wo do not understand thnt these dates tire arbitrary. Thoy m-iy ba changed sotnowlnt if other business should interfere with the debate, but that the discussion is to lie brought to an end and n vole taken in September there can bo 110 doubt, nnd then, thank Heaven, Congress may adjourn. Ha lit !! on 1 hi' Uir.lit Siilc. 'Iho latest bulletin issued by lh census bureau shows tho llnancinl condition of counties in tlio various Slates. Maine, Now Hampshire and Connecticut shoiv a reduc tion of bonded debt, tho last named Stato showing a complete extinction of such lla liiliiy. Massachusetts shows an increase, Veimont reports no bonded debt during either census, and a small and decreasing Moating dobt. Here is Vermont's showing: dross debt, ". lol : totnlnwiihihlo resources, $7.lll;i. So far 113 Vermont is concerned what is true of the counties is true of the State: tho balance is on the light side of tlio ledger, despite the tact that wo nro sell ing farms at remarkably low llguies, and oireriug special inducements to tlio trade. Ilinv Vermont Gtti llnlil ill' Him. In his address beforo the New Hampshire Veteran's association, last week, Command er in-Chief Veney of the llrnnd Army of tho Republic, explained how it happened that he, a native of New Hampshire, enlist ed from l.ls adopted Stato nnd becainu a Vermont soldier. "When traitors attempt ed to pollute our Hag," ho said, "when the near vibration of cannon II red on Sumter startled this north laud, 1 was a young man in my adoptul State. I should not havo been a true son of Now Hampshire had not tho thrill touched my heart with tho same burning indignation with which it louche 1 the hearts of the young men everywhere throughout tho loyal North. I could not spend a day to come over into Now Hamp shire then. 1 was then a young lawyer, and 1 made a contract with Abraham Lincoln that I would help put down rebellion. I thus got hold of Vermont und Vermont got hold of me, Sinco then Vermont has treat ed 1110 as a sen and given mu many honors, much more lliun I deserve." Well, Verniout lias always been glad to own him as her son, and, despite b's modest disclaimer, ho has woll deserved all the honors which have been conferred U(ioii him. l'l'i'sidi-ni ill' strniKlit I'nivot-hity. An eminently satisfactory and well-meiit-ed appointment is that of Mr. Oscar At wood of Jcll'ersniivillo to bo president of Straight university in New Orleans. Wo can heartily congratulate the institution that it can nvail itself of tho sound scholar ship, the long experience, nnd tho tried oxi'cutivo ability of its president-elect. And 110 luss do wo congratulate Mr. Atwood ou his election to a post which will atlord ample scope and stimulus for tho best that Is In him. Straight unhorslty was founded twciity-0110 years ago, and was designed es pecially for thu education of colored youth. It is under tho patronage of tho Amori enn Missionary association, und has sev eral deportments in full operation. Its Ill-it president vvns the Rev. Joseph W. Henley, a graduate of tho I'nivorsity of cnuont of tho class of lb.VJ. Mr. Atwood took his A. H. degieo nt tlio University of Vermont in 1801; taught for a tlmo in va rious school, including tho ucademy at Kssox, this State; lor two years was princi pal of tho. school at rudorhill; then for bovun years, lbTl -7, was master of tho High school at liattsburgh, from which place ho was called to a similar posi tion at Rutland. After nino years suc cessful labor, thero hu was forced to re sign three years since 011 uccount of con tinued trouble with his eyes. He has an excellent record both as Instructor and or- i gnuirer nnd manager of school work. No belter evidence of his elllcioncy could be de sired than tho large number of young men who have been stimulated by him to obtain a HlKirnl education. Wo luaru also that tho Rev. Oeorgo W. Henderson, of tho class of 1S87, V. V. M., who for the two last years has been preach ing in Now Orleans, has been appointed to u profossorship in the same institution. Mr. Henderson was orlginully a slave, as somo of our readers kuow. Ho was pro pored for college by Mr. Atwood, took high rank at tha university and nt Yalo Theo logical sotninary, where ho was graduated in lbS!J. He studied for a time in tlerninny, and for n few years was principal of on acudeiuy in this Stale. His work, wo un derstand, is to ba iu the theological depart ment, n (Kisltion for which he is well equipped, Capt. W. A. Abett, who has lung been w.th .Messrs. i'ercival A: llattuti. Real Kstate and Insurance brokers, Dos .Moines, lnwn, nd is onu of tho bestknowii und must lespvctuil bus iness men In that city, nils : "1 can testify to the kooiI qualities of Chamberlain' ('ninth Remedy, tiarlni; Used it In my tainilv for the past elrflit jeur.s. 1 cull e.ifeiy suv that It him no equal for either col.U or croup " 61 cent hot! h for nale by IVuupre A- Low re), Hurllnston and W, 11. Nlchuls, Knox June, lion. THE CLOSING DAY. Knd of ix Most Successful llrocdors .Meet ing at Illlttiiiol. ISpoi ial lo tho I'roo Press IU.ti.anii, Vt., Aug. l!lt. Tho third nnd dosing day of the sixth annual exhibition of tho Vermont Association of Road nnd Horse Breeders nt this (laco wna markod by the vory best of weather andwhllutho at tendance was not us large ns that of yesterday, fully 7000 people were 011 tho grounds In tho afternoon. The several remaining classes of horses wero shown for exhibition in Iho morning, general attention centreing iu tho matched driving horses. Thirteen hand some pairs wero shown and their good points weru tho subject for much enthusi asm. I'l eniliiins , w iu iled. Class I). Stallion colls four years old First, $-1(1, to Homestead, b, s., by Nut wood, dam Precept bv Pnnontt, F. I). Bin ton, Vergeniies: si cond, $!0, to Mel ville, b. s., by Melrose, dam Lady lino by Robert Fulton, Cnstloton Stock Farm, Custletoti, Stallion colts three yenrs old First, .i!IO, to Castaway, l. s,, by Ansel, dam Sally Hamlet, by Hamlet, F. H. Fnrrington, Brandon; second, ijl.j. to Surpriso Frank lin, en. s., by lieu Franklin, dam Lady I Moy, by RIiick,(oii,.. J. F.. 1'ost, Rutland, j Stallion tint, two veins old First, 20 1 to Col, Croinbip, h. s., by Alcander diim j Kiltie, by Billy Rowleys, F. J. Flanagan, Burliiigloti. mi oiid, if l "i. lo Now England, I b. s., by liciieahoii, d.'.ni Ituxy, by llntilel I Lambert, L. ('. Ryder, Wuyhridge. 1 Stallion coits, one year old First, .'do, I to lb ownel', eh. s., by Alcander, dam Ithen, 1 by WluoosUi. J.;, F lllownell, Ihiillngton; I second, $10, to Tamerlane, blk. s., by I Ariato. dam Kmprcss, by Bay Lesler, Lester 1'ish. ll'itiulid. I Class F, Mines, mini! premiums ns In class 1), tin co-ycar-old tlrst to Helen .M., g. f. , by Cob leu, dam Wiikeklleld Mare by Laundry Horse, W. S. liailey. Fast Hard wick, second to Scnoritn, 1). m., by Mnui- I. rino King, dam Toilot bv Almoin, Jr., Deerlield Stock Farm, llrattloboro. Two-year-old . First to Mary S., g. f., by Cobban, dam Wnkeliohl Mure by Laun dry Horse, W. S. Bailey, East Hardwick; second to Auuacauder, ch. f. , by Alcander, dam Loonn, by Unknown, L F. lirowuoll, Burlington. Yearling fillies First to Ada, b. f., by Homestead, dam by Aula by Adonis. L. (i. B. Cannon, Burlington: second to Vulkyrie, b. f., by Vikmg, dam Sunrise, by Kent, II, R. Lawrence, Bruttleboro. Class F, Geldings three years old First nnd only premium, 10, to H. R. R., by North Walkili, dam , by Row's Black Hawk, R. Brnyton, Albtirgh Centre. Two year old geldings First, C0, to -, b. g., by Alcander, dam , by (itileon. (I. M. Ixdnuey, JBurltngtou; sec ond, $:50, to , b. g. , by Alcander, dam , by Waukegnu Chief, II. C. Smith, Burlington. yearling geldings First $100 to , b. g. . by Alcander, 1I11111 Atlanta by tho Sex ton, H. F. Browniil, Burlington; second $.10 to Dr. Titus, b. g., by Ijtni.dee, dam Daisy Fail bank, Deerlield Stock Farm, Bruttleboro, Class I., matched horsos, I5i handorover. First, i?100 to . foaled 1881. got by Young Aristos; dam, , by , , touted 1881, got by Young Aristos; dam, , by . Bred by -Mr. Reynolds, Crown Point, N. Y. Filtered by li. S. 0 nines, Vcrrumes. Hi cond, soll to Frank, foaled 1881, got by Black Diamond dam. , by Freeman Horse. Fred, foaled 1881, got by Black Diamond; dam. , by Freeman Horse. Entered bv A. A. Stimson, Moutjielier. Third. ;!0 to Ned, blk. g., foaled 1S8I, got by St. Julian; dam, Josie, by lllnck Lyon. Bred by J. 1,1. Stickney, Whiting. Dick, blk. g., foaled 1SS.1, got by .Martin Horse; (him. Fannie, bv Gains Horse. Brod by Orson Jones, SLorehnm. Entered by John (,'. Stickney, Whiting. Matched horses under loj hands. Pre miums tho same. First to Nell, blk. 111., foaled 1881. Belle, blk. 111., foaled 1881. Entered by R. W. Goodrich, I'oultney. Second to Dan, b. h., foaled 1881, got by son of Daniel Lambert. Frank, b. h. , foaled 18S1, got by son of Daniel Lambert Entered by Charles R. Withered, CornwnP. Third to Bell of Fordway, 111. 111., foaled ltsb.1, got by Waldo: dam, Jenny II., by Iienoltct Morrill. Sirmllnke, in. 111., foaled 1880, got by Alcyone: dam, Jenny II.. by Benedict Morrill. Bled and entered by E. 1). llmds, Pittsford. ..Class I. Single horsos 1,1 to 1.1J hands. Tho llrat premium of was not awarded, tho judges being of the opinion that noth ing ou exhibition wn worthy of it. Second to Aristina, b. 111., foaled 1880, got by Aristos; dam, Mayllower, by White hp, 1'.. R. Sherman, D.inby. Third to Alls, b. 111., foaled 1S0, got by Aristos. dam, Mnudo 11., by Y'oung Darkey. John Jouoj, Custletou, Tito 1'Iuo mtl Moctc farm b.akes. Promptly nt 1:1)0 Mr. Lowo had his hand on tlio bell nnd live two-yenr-olds cnuio out to compete iu No. 2, Pino Hill Stock I Farm stakes, for foals of 1888, worth 101. hLM.M.MlY. Sue Gillie, h f, by Gillig. W. W Moore.. Mloieli.tm .. Jumbo Wilke, h ill, by Victor Wilkes, 1 1 . .1. iiowus, iivneillle . Minn II, ii f, bv King Arlsto, B. M. Bill ion, ll.iubi ... .13 Ruth Vi:kes. cli 111. bj Victor Wilkis, W. .1. Howes, llyduvllln ," ' Otto, br it, by star Ethan, L. A. Uelisle M. Alliuns II t Ahnnr L, blk s, bv lien l'lanklin, W. C. Uiiidon, Ruthiml a 6 1 line, :tla J-fi. I he Kent Millies. The second event ou tho scoro card was No. !!, Kent stakes for foals of 1887, and cnllod for a division of $121). sl'M-MAKV. Surpilso Franklin, h c, by Ben Frank lui, J. E. Post, Rutland . . Joe Alcoviie, br s, by Alcoyiio, V, J 1 1 1 Howes, Hydovdlo Senorita, b m. .Maiiibriuo lilntr, Deer Held Sines, l'arni. Rraltlouoro West I'oiut. b WuMiiiont, W. II, 11. Walker, Windsor Doctor I.., h u. by Auctioneer, 11. S. Town. .Montpeliur Waldemar. b s, ,y Almond Star, 1.. Fish, Rutland Alcoyno Maid, eh f, by Al oyne, W. II. Streeter. l'nir Wiii-mi, .... fldr dr Only Child, blk k, bv Mr Clay, Castle. ion .-iocs, rami, l astletnn. 8 1 line, .-;ihs4, i'-.tsif,, S;;i'j);. AsMoclitt Ion (liiaruiiteu 1'iirse. Tho third raco cnllod was No. 0, Associa tion guarantee purse, 2:20 class, worth ir 100. Grand He. b h by Wlnooski. 11. E. llrewster, I'a-sumpmu 1 Untile L, c 111, Lv .Motion, Black Hawk Stock Farm, Ilrldport - Notmoiit, b s, ht Nutbourne, U. K. Hates, Derbv . . 3 .Mayllower, b m, by Wlkill,ll. .1. Davis, Windsor. ... 4 Frank II. by HlKUland Gray. M. II. Dumliik.-, Lust AtllniJtoii 5 'lime, iA!K. SajJj.sAiM. IIoi'sIdimI's .Void I'lmspliulo. 1 or tin, Tliiul llrilu troin ih'it.i jirluui. rru if. OUR KALEIDOSCOPE. Stunning glov-rs Boxing glove. Blobson says that a third party iu (Killtlcs is ns much out of place a 11 third party in 11 hammock. I'llMIIIMN-lt nt'KI NESS WITH I'l.ltAKPnri. (Jrnco "1 shouldn't think Bello would bo willing to marry Dick Mongott. Thoy say ho Is a somnambulist, and gel up and wnlks about tho houso every night." Mnbol "Ob, thnt's 110 objection. Ho could carry tho baby M hilo ho was osloep, you know." A 110(1511X11 TOWN. Squlgg "Hello, Snngg? How's Now town, theso days booming V Snnggs "You bet ! We'vo had n maga zine explosion and n boiler burst there, within tho past 10 days." ok i oritSE. Husband (crossly) "I should llko to know what In time cut my shirts up in! " Slio (placidly! "Why, your shoulder blades, of course. '' A.N apt Ali.ti;criVK. At Ausablo chusm. He "Llrnnd old gorge, isn't it? '' She (coining out, as usual, with lior fa vorite adjective "Gorgeous." AX A1.W AVS WM.COJtr, COM lltllUTin.V. Scribbler "Do you over write for tlio Midland Mngazlno ?" CMilllpon "Yes, onco n yonr, when 1 send my subscription." A MAX OK TUB PLTI BE. Mr. Dumpsey (rending' "Scientific men liavo como to tho conclusion that tho man of the futuro will bo without hair nnd with out teeth."' Johnny Dumpsey (Interrupting) "Isn't grandpa a man of the futuro, then, pnpa K' 111: ( At (HIT ON. Ho "I saw a little melodrama, last even ing, entitled 'Kissing.' " "She "Indeed! Wnsu't it very tedious botween the acts ?" ix visions or swi;i:t si.kep. Reginald Loaphoart "Do yon over dream of me, darling :-" Miss i'inkey Flutter "Only when 1 havo tho uightmnrc, Regy." 1 iiAn.u'TuiusTir ok thi; m:x. Mr. Blobson (7n roer) 'Thero '. if Rev. Poundtext hasn't lost the threiid of his discourse again." Mrs. Blobson (also sntto voret "Just like a man !" THE CAXAHY'S DILI,. Summer Iiotol guest "What shall I havo to pay for the entertainment of my can ary '-" Clerk "I will examlno the bird's bill and see, lua'in." NEW ENGLAND WEATHER AND CROPS A Hopel'll Olltlool, Itllitls I! lie lleiiellt imI 1'ielils nnil 1'astitles. Another favorable week has just passed anil thu outlook lor crops is most promis ing throughout the greater pnrt of Now England. Grain harvesting has begun In Maine und it is better than expected though lielow the average. It is reported that stoniling grain is being injured iu New Hanip-hiru and Vermont by the continued rain, and at Brooklleld, Vt , 11 good deal lies just as it wo cut several days ago. Corn promises well but it is backward and more sun and higher temperature is needed to ripen it. At Daltou, Muss., nnd li.-at-tleboro, Vt,, it has ripvned stilllciently for cutting to begin, but tho greater port of tlio correspondents say that it will tako two or throj weeks morn of favorable weather. Polutoc continue to turn out well where ever being dug. They are rust ing somo 111 Vermont but no signs ot rot yet, nlthought at Kingston, R. 1., they nro decaying badly. Tho largo amount of rniulnll has bcnelltlcd lields nnd pastures wonderfully, giving abundant teod and im proving the 1 ow eu crop, llrattloboro Tho rains have givpn the pastures nnil lields 11 lino start and will in sure a good crop of corn unless frost comes soon as somu hae commenced cutting nl ready: wo are quite sure of a Hue crop of potatoes in quality nnd quantity; npples 70 per cent below an nvorngo crop. Brooklleld Wo want three weeks of good wonther to ripen tho corn crop; potatoes show 110 signs of rot yet. Crnttsbury Raving done, nn average crop secured; pulutocs aro rusting some. lnuntlo VtM-iiioiitar. Tho following (intents to Vermonters hnvn just been announced. To Charles Cooper, by assignment trom Dnuiel Hurley of lleiiniugton, for a straight knitting ma chine; to Edwnrd J. Hall and Hurrison I. Norman of Bennington, for a tile-baud and confining clusin therefor; to Nathan (i. Williams of Bellows Falls, for a enbiuet creuuior. r. cry 0110 should reuiemlier that bv the loss of lienltb, en.o ment and happiness sooa follow. Check tho slightest coukIi or cold by llsim; AdumonV Botanic Couuli lliils.im, nc cordliiL' to directions printed upon the label of tho bottle. HORN. In Winorski, August 111, to Mr. and Mrs, Frank 11. Rite, a son. 1111:11. MiGitAiit. In Burlington, Vt.. John Mc Grath, ned n't years. Does your Cake Dry up Quickly ? If so, your baking powder is adulterated with ammonia or alum, ingredients which nro iujuriotis to health nnd are used by unscrupulous manufacturers simply to lessen the cost of the powder nnd incrcaso their profits. Housekeepers who use Cleveland's Sti. perior linking Powder know that food raised with this puio cream of tartar powder keeps moist nnd sweet, and is palatable and wholesome, "Cleveland's Superior" has tho peculiar properly, possessed by no other baking powder, of producing i.;,lit, wholesome bread, biscuit, cake, etc , that rttain their natural moisture ui ; pweetness. This desirable, quality, inabak. tier shown by tlio Oilleial Reports to u tlio strongest of all puro cream of tartar powdern, makes Cleveland's Superior " Abbulutely tho llest." Ill It BURLINGTON SAVINGS BANK, CIIARTKRRD IN H17 TlnpnslU July 1, lBJt, SK,!!!).-!. 07(1. 0.1 17'.',:i lil till -surplus. lot ni Amets, ... n;i, i ns.iWi.'jr, Receives and pays deposits dally. l)e,nlu malleoli or before tho Uli of nnv month dr.fr iteret from tho 1st. If made after the Hli interest will commence tho tlrst of tho follow ing month. Interest will ha crodlto I to d--posllors Januiiiy 1st ,md July 1st, compound tit' twice a vear. Thorn aro no stoukliuld'iM n this bank. All tho earnings, loss cxp-nses, belong lo depositors. Tho rato nf Interest d peniiBon '.he earnings, ami li.it varied from l per cent to 4 put coin. 1' or tho last threo years tho rnto of Intorost has been i pur rent yo ir. . , '.'axes are pivld by the hank nn deposits 01 SWIM or less. Ileposlu aro limited by law t" S'.whj, and no Intereit will he paid 011 any sun In excess of this amount, ex-opt oa de posits by widows, orphans, adminihtr.iloM, executors, gnardiani, eh.irltablo or rolluloat irstitiitio'is or on trust funds dopj.slto 1 by or der of court. This bank prefers Vermont securities for thi investment uf Its funds, nnd s-Mids no luimof out of tho .Statu until tho homo demand ii 'net. o. F. WARD, Treasurer. h7winr.",i1lp Til J'" BURLINGTON TRUST CO. Cormn hureh nnd Cnlleo Streets, assets or mi $700,000, William Wli.ia, I'lesid-mt, II. II. SM.U.LKV, VIcc-l'rosldsnt. IlIRF.CTUIls William Wells. II. II. Smallov, ('. M. f-pauldlnz, K I ward Well-, .1. f. Ciatot. U. . Robinson. M. I). Cook. activity; conservatism, SAFETY. Interest allowed on dep'islts it thi rate of KdCR IER Cii.NT, credltod scinl-animiillv. 4l GUARANTEED 4'h Deposits ox.'tnpte. I Ironi luxation In accnrdiinen with tho law. All individuals, tlrms, socletlos, ote'. utors, ailmlnlstrators or others seoklti fife investment, In a Ioih! depository, .or funds In hums of mu ilnllnr and up wards, or for a term of years, will lln I it to their intiTist to interview us he fore investing olsowhern. Apply .or further Informatloa nnl address coiTojpondonro to II. I.. WARD. Treasure.-. Bu rhnjTton Vermont THE MARKETS. New Yurie 1'ioUuco .Murliot. N'GW VnnK, Sept. T rLorru row fttri. $2 ma.. cttv miiu &.w $.':; Cy milU patA-it. f.vi. Wintor whiu, l"tr rrrri'loi ut fair tn fancy, Ctt.t$5 V) no pntiit, ;v$(. Utiinoota,cli'jr. 4.vi , i d itralifhti, $.i'tv;, do pntenU, A i. :: do l-v mltttirM, t.Yii$'u uprfln, tM.;'htf$.t.;t; fine, WfTEAT .'n-it.l m.. elevator. l.r.iU t.uil4 nfliittt ; H K-M'Mlt f h.: n'"fiziicr Xr. i r-.(, '''i , Nt. 1 Northern t i.l I1,.-. No. 1 Unn! ut CORN- Vm.Jhi .'0 "levator; Mt ,4'4- ntlniit 0TS -Nn. s at if. tin whlto at in; No. 2 lui, ,tliiB! do whitt t 4i M.".: Ko. 1 at 4.: do "lute at tv,; MiixH.l wi-ntt'rn at ;h,u,,V; Jo u hit at IMnv.: white Stuoar Ha.-.- Sv. 2 Chicatfu at 41V- '(HTnr.-F-iirc trcnM at 3nt. KU'lVH-of , u- i; 't',,... Rtnmlar.l , r i5e; ctmrt'itumorV , r.; KnmuiateU, o.Vltic, white JXtr.i i 1fi; vHlonr. . PKTHor.nUM.-Unite.! at M. roUK-Mcmcl ! at 8iy.Hrf.X8ia do tiw nt 14.r0; extra prinw at ifl'".!!.''. IARD Wostfru stHa uu ju;.;;". ritr fctaam, 4.0(1; eon t'nent at H, a. at i.'. HUT TEK Statt dairj, 1 c.i Weetern dairy, 9j5 34c: crofimerv. CIIKPSK Mate m w at 7-tu0; fanoy wbtU and col ored at it- ?V ; western at 9(u.lio. Ciilcaso I'loUiu-u JIarkct. CmcAdo, Sept 3. TT OT'n 1atnf ''uicv. 3.!.; hatirj' gl.TV t rnftrhf . 8.v i.J: winter whwit, 4.Mrf V'ItCAr-No. 2 m-riuff and .No. 'iclfvt l.fix. f'OIN-Vo. a I.-. OAT6- No. Sat v.'i 'Ti-Kc. P.VK-N. : nt MV. t At.RY - Nn. Uu .AilU-8(j.UJi. uiuiuui I'roiiituo ."ilarlroti. IllcilMnsD, Sfpt. 1, Tin-market h )Uutc 1 arttve with nalei .h follows. Ka.i to ji 1 1, U to K t-utit. vr ft.uiul ; chon.-", lti to IS i-ntt: sripctiotif, l'Jto ti uts , i wosi Uwtars, 1" in h -pni , ht itntiiifl : (lain, ; tr. T1 nnt; is IS to J" ccitt-s per diicn ; hojrs Uvv v.( int, . i. 3' , drc-.i.od, 'i I" .'. t.ni!tr, fowl. io lM'iirhi , to !JVffTit.; d-f-M 1 1. i i .i c'-nt" cr jiouml; pmilirv. 7 i lu nt; ttrrwd, lit lo W ci-iita, WATKnnriiT. Sept. 1. Tub hntter, t7 to m centuppr pounl; fle pouudboxea, 10 to lMli ronlst print, So to 'i cenm er pound ; a:e t-ent. p-r doon; corn, M veuin per bushel; fi.v , iillt'l, il,ie, (Jl trt -ItU"-rt LJl tnn(vd infill, SI. 44V. hyg. SM to 1 ren'g; dretsod nuns .-venin; tai came, ji ;"4 centu; arestseu neez, 4'n to i ct'nte : pottttocs at fJiemn pur bttshvl to car j retail, 50 t cnu; apple, $1 a bush i. VEROENXes, AUff. 30. ' Uutter nturket U quntod firm at 15 to 19 centi per pound; fcidertiotiH at 'JJ cunts per pound; eggs at t 41 cent par dotcn ; Rpruiff rhirkenc, lit to 17 cents per pound; fnwla, 9 to 11 cents per pound; potatoes mi to iVi 4'int per liutJicl; brttf, s to 5H cenu por pound; purk, 5 to f)tf centK per iwund; veal ti to 7 cut per pound d. w, lamh, "l ronta prr pound, d, w. ; mutton, 7 lu Stvnts jht pound, d, w.; hay, $5 to JJ pvr too. IWmtuu W'oul ."HarltPt. lktTO, Sept. 3. There 1ihi leen a steady detnann for domelln wool and the hnlK are to a fair extent Territory wooU aro l)om( tld lifi'lj nitiiHiH rlean, un outmde prico for the hi'bt tine and other at Me; flm- nii'duuu runlet, fiotu 53 to .it- and medium from -V to 5c per poitud; Touf. t.allf"riii and (ireKcti u.mU are not aaartie u T"rntor, hui are xellinif lo a tair extent. Ohio anil l'enntlvaiiia floeten aro ouit't lit M to Hl'ttr for jc, x to :t(. fur xx und xx and aim. und 15 to Tit, for No. I Jlu hiymi Mm o-i are .jukt -it i- fort. In No. I combine w ol thtre hav h.-en wiie at .ie for Ohio and 4s for Mu huun. Knit (Maine . lotion aro Ktendy ut .J.V fur ohlri and t-'lvt for Muhtirati Pullod wooU are qu-o.. ForciMU wotiU remain the aame, l.ural Kctalt Iarlirti, lU'ltMNOTOV, Sept. 4, 1SI. Pric In the local murKot at t Uli season of tho yt-.ar nre ijulot and steaily, with fov chnusea to nolo from 1vit wcoU. OiinV fKODfCTS Ilutter I 11 to ti ?unti a pound. ChMM t V2 eents a pound. Sae cheeta U 13 cent i pound. Y.izgh 2t rents a doson, with an upward ten dMwy. fancy theetes are at fnllo Pineapple rhnet-e, (15 to eaeb avordtnt to (; Roque fort chee, 43 cent a pound; ButrtUn dtlrv, i5 rntt. Kdm, fl.iiieaeh; NeutctiaUd. b ceuU n pacLftjre; Chad dr rhteM. $t.'0 a piece; Outi'b etiecse, to ceutta pound. Milk, ft and K ccnW a qu.trt, 1'ure ittrey cream, 1'J cent a iuurt. M GETHI eh. Vew potat oe, 3te per peek. Sweet potato! flr. per pound, t'abbai, I tents n pound. Lettuce, 'I cents a head Tomato, .1 rent a pound. Water melitiu are 4v to wc. each, summer ftquaah nre ftc mi no ti nil. itw Iim tiL .1 inntk hunch Itailiafitu 1 i'entn; hbell Hvinti, 5 eent a quart. Itermudu i nn,i.ti 5 eenta a ikuii1. Horteradfh, 10 to ! H centi por bottle. rickla art 40 to ftu i ei-iiU a gallon, pUuii or mixed, cucumber, 4 rent . ius.li, Caulittower, S cents h pound. j FKl'IT. Panana. JLMoMlreutna doxen. Pineapple. Mo4Vts. I nuiere 15 to (5 cent a doceii. Kfi are j& . a lb t IUrt qi.alitv date are lit to i eenta a pound. Mnrna Hft, IS cenu a pound. Mwwma let ii on nra 9) to W cent n d-nn. Cocounuti nre 5 to Id rsfnU each. Kaporatd peoi'he. .'rcentH i MHind. Kvnporarcd Mpriciii, .hi cenU a iiuiind. UvuporutM rapbwrnea, Ju ruU a pound. Fapor ated iherrieit, 25 rent" a iioiind. Vanortd apple. l" j iuiH a m m nd. Halting 15 to &l cents a pound, i lYache are 75 to tc a doxen. rn ot are IV. to S.V 1 a deieu, I'lniu ure 8" to 40 rents a d reu t Hi (Lory nuts are hi runts a quaart, 75 cents a peel, peanuts are 10 ceut a quart. Nuth. all kind aiuorlod 13 emit a pound. Applos. 4'te iM-r po(k. No. 1 are quoted at thtt rata of ir Imrret in binall quantities lUai-kherrias, 15 to t rents per qusrt ; bluel-errtefc. 1 eentii (Mr quart : (autalouiH1, lu to 'JA centk. tirupi, 13 to ceuu por pound. riovu. m'imk, rc. Kt. ,ouU flour. $.rtt to S.i a twrel; Mirhlffaa, S.JV Kprfns patents mid MlunetotM pateutu are $.wtifi.'fl a baiidl. ll'iqkw h.ut is ai to 4 twils a pound- Ua p!w sutrar, 10 to 1 U rants a (uMind; maple srmp,; fk). to l i oIoTt oranulated in if a r isSeanis a pound (eftcflA Si. ; lUht hrown, 7t cnt. loaf aud pulwr- d. W oeui. White clover honey U 1) cwuto a tid. HBT1 ANU MIL HuUon, h(M quarurt, is U lo a pound, foraquar Mi, jAfjto 15 feau a 1-oUmU, inutloq chupa, Ikctm ; bun aliopH, "Jj ctnti, beef, boat oqtt. We MERCHANTS BP. i 1)1 IttiU.lNOTUN, I. Inrin prirntoil 18.50 lioortfini I , Capital, - '- - $,tir,- Sui'iiliis t-'ittiil, - - - A...' j(t l'ei-uninviit Iminhnrnl in ( . ti. I (on If, fa I nine, - - - ;,j ,fi' ) United Stute3 Depo' i u A ccnoml HinUin:; llu-larsi ' n Our lmvu ios nr. os nnd s ahln ns to rvfriv.- on f.iMir,' n of !niJvnl'i!ils, linns unit i i !Mi:rlliikt I'M'Uaiitfa iin.l i Unlltflll nnil .Hll'l. i;ur oin-a p pnyalilr in all ( iri uf llio Uuponit i.l rosu nr uallafaoti i SAV1NUS UKi'A This Hank Imi i-vtnoli,! pur tni'ht lor tlio pui'iius,.. a ol mtllviUuitl.s, lli iua anil b comii. trom mmtf) in uboyui lo lurmsii a -a'- nnd friih' l"niiior I li s iviims and a il'fMCSfti ti itimitnr, N"'e'l biiuKs ol acr.oun tliKflaiinriiuont ujiun wlilo raioBusuiay bo IUjiI by th I'ira will bo ere litwl to ilejj lays of JuiiU.ir iin-1 July, will cnmpoun-1 IWm lu i troublo or can- to tlm depo Deposit, HwM'ipi- bo rltm bio on ili'imtnil w.ll bo iiiauu . this luim ul Ui'ii'H,', iSKCLlllTY AND IN 'AHTM Tills Dank will also ran inunoy for Investment In s may bo dc-ircl, mid mtore 1 i on such funds fiendin tlisu ' Wo bavo aiieciul lucihl conaorvativo und sato l Momnn, triisteos and thoso r . unnble or disinplinod to mm j clal alfairs. 'lou domrej their agents tor the invcttmi und for tho collection of fi s nnd Interest. Wo shall havo tor Bala 1 i I Municipal and i'.nilroad Bo 1 first-class Intorcjt aud divide i ... curitics. Our Ions experience has ( thorough kuowlodgo uf this n we shall nt all times bo glad i denlors whatavor information v I. Ae respectfully invite tv j . 1 nn Interview with any ouj ial r ; usaurancos that transuctious ' Ii i held in strictest conQdenco nn i mitteil to our charge will hu m tcntioa, C. W. WOODIIOUF 1 T. E. WALES, Vir r . L. E. WOODHOU' ( , . IW.rtA-wtf irn. f. r .rti-r hull i'pllt a "mini; ullclu -i' .11 U' l.i I, , .'iitH r lil"' 'I ut Is ar- i" i Mil- i r- ii. , I'nlil. rmn ! mi. .ill. Ii i's. In 1' 't I'lfc'v' Ift-t. Jt .i CCIlth t't-r jii.ni nm1.! is In r, , , l"rk i i , ., ni'Utt Tt'Hl i . i ci.'l, ,v t.. r,,r i"timl: Tuilibnt. t-. salt utni-'ti, l't.. ' to'Jii-pnts. ('.'' mm kcrpl. fr--ii. puunU: hpnri h ' . f.inu, Jo i'. rl- d t i Krt'sh siitin'.t. bass JO ecu', a citizen, Lotirtfrs i a poutul. V i trout, IS rants. II ii inuMffc, 1ft ronts u ilerm.in boluifim . musafti. 15 ifti - 1'i ll lk' I'l'lltS II ) I'int!,. Finvln, uir. Iliirllntou Vi'.i.ic-,. i I Prices in tb" h ml. WllOtlltl.' :s nr. i Provisions -n hi. r ct'iiit,; I'uuiu s sl.! '..;'.'i V Ij' -h H Y-1 "' . s- t,l:il- (li ., r,-, .in ceur Lu V liuthol , ii, cents. I'lSKn y line 81'. .. IS; . ii,., , - HlDFs . , i, (VnN. i c.p , . Me v r , . i AVosttrr - '-. mnh, i,'" fowl ii ct'nl li t .i .. . isc'in r. .i ' i , v r. ila Km prlr 1 1 i lOM ' l . prut- ElJt mout Sot m iuotVk-: ' BKAN--y bush: . hmull V.r wa. r i ii i -. :li. KTBeiifll.si' is liianeu bea, , lt!.r V : f.i'.i. hmj, l.lK.tSl.l. SOCL'tV : (Votrrn, .- APVLKS-AMiii l'llTATllKS- i ro.e mill iWUr. n, .' ln,l, i-n- l.'.h. Vlrifiniil iwwt p i r unit l for r'd. COBN-HIgh u ii. ' stonmt-r, .'i,ni;lrf. . - . Off li'lKlluWIl i, v OATS K."u (yi,'iuc; No. J v i-c4ii'vc No .1 wl ' tor. l.iw irme,, 1 1 KYh .I'.l. I."- Jltl-WKKD i ' wlntor. Jl'i.M. i.. uiiil(iltiicii, A-'I." IIAV ANIl Ml.' ' fair to goo.1. 5. -I'.mr lo oriliuirv i-li.'lr. $:il ....I IMKK -l.onii. ii'- -bu. V. . ?l,.iiu, xlru pin' butt pors, .U' " i boloffuu laiiNth' . uiaft, 1 1 -, u. ' kiutikeil riiis. 7' , llr. nri't..c. 1'ail. VRKSIIIIrEF fs ''i'". I'oriiiion ' ' ... hi inf., HV't'- i h,-i fore,, " OTHKHKHKMI I- M -l.'l.jU! olio r.. ' vcartllltfl, I h . lot,,. K.l.lrii i nine., .u1''.. vt-Hl. faiu. ''. nil'rr-. . Ilil I.TKV Choi"' fro-li kill, rl.l, klm. ."(', V- .--ii ! ' 1 .'ri bur lu ci".l. 1V4 " .' , N..r'hi.n i, killi-it. Ui I ... dii'ks, I." 1 .' . tti-l iholi c 1 H . li.i- ,l.u , l.i-. 1 . l.,l.' Is.) IU'. And Ncboil nf SHORT HM AM) TMT. V. hw'i ytlu.iu tin' bi'st. No iu .11 the Miinuii-r inoiitb. Fur I'at.i. . . L'Ali.Ntl.L ,V (iL li ii 1-.S-&. Al'.iun.i 'S PiLLO. TIIE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Tor ivr. Uli"', ImllKo.tlnn. fU: 1 r.. in . cur , cuulaiu. i iy I it '. r' tablo Ii &(eut; f. .CltrrTI.Vl'0. .isv ui.. w ' AN't'K.ll TKiit-tho uood. hk i I uinke suwnfn'K'ii. on mouin u.n r innouiiit. I'eriimiuMu work tuo i . and koshI way. Apply lo ur u I ' . Shirley Ml.. Co.. birly, M.-. ill 'i- VOTICK-Tentsof all kinds urn U- i ; for sale and to let. al.o awuli. j le. J Suinb, ivar old Jlmm !i .Alontpoller, Vt. ic.K. ,