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VOL.LXX. NEW SEMES VOL. XL 1 1.
NOTES AND GOSSIP OF DOINGS IN THE FREE"PRESSS BROAD FIELD. l'lie Winooitd Valley, Village" l'l North Along Ultur G'rcclc anil by Hid Shores of Wlilto lllvjgr Covered by Special llnporten. ADDISON COlI? MIDDLEBURY The wholo tlmo of tlio Friday wiib taken ijp with lui cases and de Isions worn reni cnsoa heard on Thursday mordor vs, ICmlly V Lnmotf band wus given n bill on ti intolerable severity. Leslie i dlvorco from Mareolla M. wilful desertion. Amos riven a bill Friday nftrrnoo! II Lewis for wilful desertion. Thomas F. Uarrott was divorced from Margaret Rar r tt on the game ground. Tho wedding of Miss Mary Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Hon. Columbus Smith of West Salisbury, to Dr. Alexander Ilynl MeDonell or Delaware, City, Del., will take'" plum at high noon on Wednesday, Juno 17, at tho risldcneo of tho bride's parents In Wst S: llsbury. Instead of at St. Ste phen's church In Mlddlebury, as previous ly slated Mrs Edward Goulctt enmo homo Satur day from tho Mary Fletcher hospital in Partington, whore she had been for tour MLcka und where she. underwent a very dllllcult and dangerous surgical operation. Hho is now getting along flnelv. Mrs. Ilattle Parker Hills and two ehll dren of Ipswich. Maps., are here on a visit to Mrs. Hills1 uncle, Hon. L. D. Kldredgo. ihirn was not a largo attendance upon the local market .Monday. The prices for! butter wero not changed from lnt week. 11 i.-r.. i.- .... dozen " a Only ono car load of live stock, consist-! lug of calves and hogs, were shipped to tho uoston mnrKet from this station Monday morning, M. A. Carr wns tho shipper. Will am Huntington w-ent Monday fore- f?-1 2'-.w hl '"'iecured n situation In tho freight omen. ' Mn Vfunt. Ington Is an expert m tho freight business.! lllehnr.1 TlliimnVin I nf Tl.7f..l Is again in town for the purpooo of pick Ing out a carload of pacers and gentle " . .... Willi., I men's driving horses. Mr. Illumenthnl has purchased Boveral car loads hero this Boason. Mr. and Mrs. n. E. Proctor of Augusta, Mo., aro visiting Mrs. Proctor's parents. Mr and Mrs. Georgo Harton. Tho mnrrlngo of Miss Addlo Pralner.1, sister of President Fjrn lirainerd, to Mr. Albert H. Chaffeo of Worcester, Mass., took place In that city nt 12 o'clock Wed nesday. A number of tho young ladles of tho vlllngo aro arranging for an invitation dancing party, to bo held nt the town hall on tho night of Monday, the 22d Inst. Tho m.irrlngo of Miss Dora Hammond, .muKiiua- H w. ami .Mrs. llenry Hum- jaunu, in .nr. v. i ny .Martin or iMUwnil- OF'' Court I Ml divorce 8 fin threo KXvis La- Hbe hit flH,und of StoVglven a hmi for DWmlvis was iic?lh Nettle 1 I'lacont the rcsldenco, iirown pitched fo- the Vergennes nicj, I will be singing and recitations by tho little ! Farr, .Toeph Sargent, and they nro for of thobrldos parents on Tuesday, June 23,' s.,,,,00, Hiturdnv In the game with the , ones.-Sunday, Juno 21. wlll.be Mr. Guy , Stlckney. riii . .Cif ! CJ?00?' y lh,?.lm" Uurllngton team -The Hrlstols beat tho i Sampson's Inst Sunday In this town for, Salisbury. June fi.-Thf repnbllr-m cau relatives of tho families will bo, i!ra,0n Hustlers Saturday IS to l.-Thel ,ho prfFCijt nnd the sernnn will bo at 2 p. cus was held at the town hall Friday cven- Jirestnt. .rJ v Zii . r?1?Lil ho ?1Jter ln tb0 creek enough so t int tho log drivers wera ablo to get tho bulk of the pulp logs down over tho falls on Tuesdny. Most of them lioweyer. aro still lodged In tho eddy be- lAti' f nn feilla 1 , . . . 1 Mr. and Mrs, Phi d Manchester, who wero married hero last Tuesday evening have arrived ln town after their weddlni trip, and are at Mrs. Dugald Stewart's for n fhort stay prior to golns to their member. "Poley" as h- was familiarly October. -.Miss Harriot Palmer of Mid-1 Young Men's Republican chib was organ- more of ranv.,sers on oich side, who lufirt home In Rrldgoport. Conn. pnlli I had a host of friends here end a '""'bury college ?pent last Saturday nnd.ized with F. I.. Hamilton as president and made n thorough oanv.-us df ihe cltv dur Mr3. Georgo Poworti ot Boston Is In town ),irw circle of relatives who will mourn "V," , y "'l,h rlt'n'tl hero. ..lss Palmer , ; h. Dyer ns secretary. I lr,f the pasi few dsy. Stlckn.-v's frlr nds nnd Is stopping at Mr. L. K. Howard's. hl, farh. -nh.-WIII Whlttemore. whoi J,"ln hero parents nt Round Lake at K,)ton, ,)une 7.Thls town has held Its 1'oasted that they would carry the eaurus wlltro Mrs. Powors mother Is on to 111. I v,,. 1,.,.. in ...m, ..ni.i e. the clos- of the collegu term. Children'.! "... ... . .... .. ..... ..... ... 1 in tn 1 t.i Mrs. Evan. T. Spragiif nnd daughter of Brooklyn, N. V nre sojourning ln town. Tho Hrst guests Dor tho "firead Loaf Inn" for tho gumnTor sea.son arrived on Tuesday evening. Tb.orn wero four of them, nil from New Jersey, and another installment Is expected Thursday. Tho prospects aro for a good season at tho Ill-end Loaf. Dr W W. Seymour of Troy, N. Y., camo hero on tho early train Wednesday morn ing and went out to Hast Cornwall, where ho performed successfully a illlllcult mis rlcal operation upon M.-s.v Carlton Frost. Thero wero sis other physicians pr-sent during tho operation and assisting there in. VKRGENNFS. Tho Sth annual excursion of tho Meth odist and llnptlst churches will 1m held Tuesday, June 23. on tho steamer Reindeer to Providence Island and Plattsliurgh. t ... -....ir.. ir,...n.n...u -T. i. , , , , , , . ' . - , . vlsl ling h-r daughter, Mf, Hattio C. . .... IUI ... ITU III.IUlll. .,111.. in j..,..,., . n. ,p I. iciu'imr in mo i i,ranv3 CS? 1 prob-i'e business. Miss Catherine Geb- 1 ho A ergonnes graded school alumni ns- nnr, nf aii-lburne was tho guest of Miss pociation havo sunt out Inventions to a;i,rv jirt nR, v-eek Mr" C M Russell banquet and roceptirm to bo i given to tho ot s'hi lluirne Is visiting friond's'ln town. graduating class arid their friends at tho, A l;vrts ,s ,mMl,mf a nat.k n,i,ilt.on httiyena ilouso I rlday evonlog, Immedi- )ri hls ,fm,ienco on North street.-Ilnrold nttly after tho graduating exercises nt Stewart ha returne.l from Jelllco. Tonn.. tho Congregational church. nn,! ...in ., ,hls bis rmnre i,nme.iru Mls.s HatUu M. Rooth left Monday I for a few wt-oks visit with friends lu llethel, Conn. E. L. Iller has been elected a delegate by tho Vergennes Dpworth leiiguo to tho general district lcaguo convention, which will bo held at Ocean Grove, July Kith. Tney races or tno vermmnes Driving club pet for Juno '17 and H, nru declared off on account of races not hi lug tilled, Mrs. wirunm- is. .ureen nnd son of War ren, O., Joined Mr. Green hero at tho Stevens Houso Tuesday owning. Tho Tromblfif Qunrtetto of Port IJonr'. N. Y havo been engaged to furnish mil slo at tho graduating exrrclues ?f the .Vergennes High school Frlduy cvonlng. The indications am that tho hay crop ln this vicinity will In. very light tills sen- son, Tho rvcont rains will do n' great .V..I rf 1 . 1 . . .... . . . " ceiM viiiiij- ui nn grain, mil It U rather lato for grass. wilbcr Chamnlln s conl lnd to bis rooms by Illness. K. Hoyt Landon of Hrlstol was In this City Wednesday. H, 13. 11118 of Hartford. Conn.. Is in town, looking after tho Sherman block repairing In tho nb?eneo of his father. W. riRISTOL. A carload of potato was shlnnei fmm iiiH Hruiinn i.'inr wnit , r. ....... - i Colo and wlfo have returned to tholrjioino In Mount Holly.-Tho Fat Men beat tho Lean Men nt bnsa ball Wednesday In a six Inning gatuo, score 22 to 31. y, Ji, San derson of tho Queon City and A. L. Chaf fee of Winooskl wero at tho Commercial I1M 1 1 l'tIl 111 II M fJ.T IllfirtMnritmnuH'.l,-.l. day night.--Joseph Gauthler died n m.l . . " . ... - .uyni. u, inn imvn.-n. i'.. iiunkn has ..... - w m iiiiii'i Rr1l C. A nA Uii...,n. .I....J 1 , ... n Qnini, ti-i.i . . . . . a D.JUIH nrisioi vita a picnlo In Rain i v , mm . ...' --"'""""""' "-"' ivinier. t tin aress oi lgit li uo mile ami i,,.i.ii ii wii iZ. muuier, yon, ami noiuing in ner nam a bounuet ot V.-llm Wr reBl,lur mating of N. II. white roses. Tho groom woro a dress suit lay evening. Juno nih.-nenrrrn inV .::":"A'n'"i:' h,,r "im'i u h"im infill iu wcfKH, iany The m-ndimtJon oxmclKOH nt Hollv hull i amy nrt'w mr mrnoHt n i nnnri iimt wnu ver In no hull. Iho opening prayer wan, Y uov. i'. u. iiiKtiow. Tlio mUslo ly tliol Howard Opera Houso orchestra was of their usual high character. The essays by tho class were all of a high order, and well rendered. Tho diplomas were, pre sented by Principal C. S. Palgo. tils re marks were replete with good advlco and, Instruction to the class. The exercises' vro closed with a selection by the or chestra and the benediction by He v. W. A. Klnzle. The concert Friday evening drew another law crowd. Tho Howard orches tra are nlwuys a winning card. Tho solo's by Messrs. Sherman and Church weroflno. The singing by Miss IToimhton was re ceived with hearty npplnuso. Altogether tho graduation oxerrlces of tho class of '!? 11. O. S. wero a grand success, Tho stage was beautifully trimmed with flowers nnd potted plants. Tho graduating class with Invited friends partook of 0110 of Landlord Hatch's line suppers at the Commercial House Friday night. A telegram was re ctlved hero .Saturday morning from Whitehall, that Napoleon J Mclntyro was dead. Ids father, N. U. Mefntyre, left on the morning train for Whitehall. No particulars were given. In tho local market Saturday, butter brought 12 to IS cents a pound, oggs 12 rents a dozen. Prank Preston of Mlddirbury was the guest of If. P. Sherwln and. family Satur day. The englno for tho new grist mill has arrived and Is being placed In posi tion. -Miss Anna 11. Sheldon In at home from T.udtow. She Is slowly recovering from Iniurles received from being thrown from her bicycle. Mr. and Mr'. Chase Rrooks are the happy parents of a baby girl. Mrs. I,. A. Hlgelow hns returned from Kssex, N. V. Tho Hrlstols bent the, Norwich university nine M to 1 Friday In a, six Inning gnmc-Chnrles l'ord, who has , nern in pov iic.uui ror a yeur past, was. so nffecled by the alarm of lire last Wed- nesdny night, that bis Ufa was endangered for a whlle.-Th-nrlr.g term of the aiail.. ed school closed Friday. Principal Paige will spend nbout a month In New Hamp shire and Massachusetts. Mls Sherman, Mr. Hasseltlne and Mrs, Sneedon will re main In lm. ii Ml hnmn in sw rin..,.., nn.i mi.. ti..'u tn Mtnhii.nn -n,.. J... i i he park eleanedupn'galn.-Vernon Ilrooks i,, ,i,h,i.i ,u.. . .,' .MiiiMit.iii in i iii. m ii ii j r3 II neei- W"h ""'I daughters of FerrlsWgh wero lo.tnyMoS to ..""ab" I ipV.r-fc f,.(.i,, henlth. -lt Is estimated that thero , , '.. . .. , . 'L..,'- ,Jonv ,,., ,"r '' '(, "r Uin or Pxer.",n' li' 10 b '" at' tho MelhodIM c Friday afternoon. Tne new house, urch.-The delegates elected to the State "c TitorL'Zv ?L , ,J !17,;,, TrT-l. I P th f,'P'1 Bl0re of 1 " Mf ' In nn II and ad vanced stage of completion. Jesso Stearns and wlfo of New York nro tho guests of Col. N. F. Dunsheo nnd fnml!v.-Tho CuUin Giants aro billed to play the lirlstols' Juno :n. Flvo members of tho Wrgennes band played with the lo cal band nt tho park concert Saturday night. W. Fisher of Volga, S. D.. was at. the Hrlstol Houro Sn'urdav. A dl'grace-I Ml row occurred on th street Sunday nf- ternnon. Too much ride r wtis tho cause. Sunday, June U, children's day will be oh- sewed nt tho P.aptlst and Methodist churches. Sunday morning nt the Ilaptist' R'ev. W. A. Klnzlo will talk to the chll-i dren. The evening will bo devoted to ex else? by the ehlldren.-Thero was a .V o'clock wedding nt St. Ambrose church I Sundav afternoon. Mrs. II. L. Johnson of1 ',h Ouren Clfv vnM the l nf ll. om- ii rt a i.... .... ImiVv nt Vnnnlenn Mrlntv-rn nr.lv.,1 lun on ,"p. ,rnln Saturday from Whitehall, Tho fneral was held Sunday afternoon from t"ho residence of Mrs. Carrlo IWt on Pleasant str-et. Rev. W. A. Klnzlo oill- Hating, col N. F. Dunshee havlsg charg,. - . -. . -ii.iif,' Tho bearers were , v, . Matrb. Ilenry u i..,i v.n.... ts....... 1 itnir, tia.,... r'-iVaves Crano and A. L.' Cain, nil ron-i nrtP,i wlth ,jln local band of which or- ,.a.atlon Mr. Mclntyro was form.rlv 11 i . i - rguson, i Weeks is gaining slowly. Mrs N. Meln tyro and son, George of Rethel. are In town called hero by tho death of their on nnd brother. The Hrlstols will play tho Rutland In stitute team next Friday on tho latter's ground. Mark Quimby will start on 11 bleyolo trip this week for Maine and else where. Mark says ho expects to pedal nbout 7"'l mllem before ho returns. Tho W. C. T. T. bad an Interesting meeting nt Kono about three months. Children'! day Mrs. W R. Dunsheo's Tuesday afternoon, ( exercises will be held at tho Trlendh' the occasion being tho birthday of Miss church at the Ridge, conducted by Mrs. .Tennln Cnsoway. Tho essays, readings, M. A. Potter. Frank Jameson of Port remarks, etc., by the members were very 1 'Henry, N. Y Is vlsltinir his sister, Mrs, Interesting, and n pleasant tlmo was en-1 Dr. WIswell. Joyed hy till. Tho Rrlst'ols have, won every J Homer r.llls has opened tho hotel at tho game so fnr this season. Mrs. Trunk Iloro, John Ladd has begun work on tho Hlekey died Monday nli:ht. Her dlseaso road. Mr. and Mrs. George Unshoe are was consumption. She leaves a husband ' rejoicing over the birth of a son. H. Flu nnd two llttlo rhlldrca The gejectmen , hp ' hns discovered n well near his back havo annn'ntcrt H. P. Sherwln collector of stops of which his father has no romem- fire ilUtr'lrt Vn 1 ntiil tliu Inv lilll In wnw " . . . ' ' ' ' In nle V,.h,1. T , TT Tln.nl, .ah. In.... "' iiiiiei.--. .Hie. iv. iiuiwi I iiiiiiiiin .1 tn mnrovn in health.Iudge J . D .Smith 0( Vergennes wns In town Tuesday on m - ii,ini,i ,i nhiMnn t .inh.n. havo been tho guests of Dr. A. A. Dean and fnnillv tho past week. Nelson G. 11111 and family from Lincoln have bocomeresl dents of llrlstol. CORNWALL. The county convention of nnptlst churi-hes bold their nnnunl meeting at West Cornwall Wednesday nnd Thursday, June 10 and 11. Rev. S, :i. llarnnm Is absent nn his vacation, Mrs, Harriet (De Long) Pasteno of Hoston Is nt her father's, W. H DeLong's, for the summer. Wil liam H. Lane, ft., of llurllngton nnd his daughter. Mrs. P. F. F.gdnr, of Roston, nro guests of Mrs. Henry Lane. WHITING. H. P. Colllns-eiit las tweek to the Hotel Rrandon ns cook, Miss Jessln Collins eprnt Sunday nt home, Her school closes In Cnstlflon on Thursday. Mr. Urnneh, who wns thought to be the oldest person In town, died suddenly at Mr. Justin Goodrich's on Saturday nlnht. Children's day will bo. observed In both churohes next Sunday. SIlORHtlAM. Rev. S, R. Dunn ban gono to llradford to attend tho Stato Congregational conven tion tills week. FKRRISRURGH. A pleasant party of relatives and friends assembled nt tho rcsldenco of Mr. and Mrs, Ryron W. Field in ForrWmrgli on1 Tuesday evening, Juno Sth, to witness thoj man ingo oi tneir second unugnter, Agnes! I il n 11 In Til yi At1 A 1 rAi tm A t C t i IMna, to nimcr A, Preston, At 8 o'clock m tUn i-...l.H1 Mn-U n.. , .. ,V ,V" Z i, i ',, L'V'i ', ui-iohk . . 'I 3 II W"' Z" it mm v n u i-jiiii ii l ii Willi iianhciK ni iinu'.ivu whero tho ceremony was performer! i, .i, iii'v. ijnvi wini ii iifivi it nn riiin im .. ' . OJ..J " " 1 nu tu"i"" win man on a tr n through the Adlrondacks bv UI1X fit Conn. n;in iju.hr. Jaito I'inriii nnd w intn,n s,1 r-,1iir.tl1 ni.itunnia i.,.- i. irinM wn L r.t n. . V .V!,S tit - itri.aio. i.. nin .. .:. - burgh and he Is honored und rosnenie.i i.v all who Know lilm. Ho lias a lafgo clrclo cifse 5nho:.;Irn7h,,a,k,JGR0UT 214. STICKNEY 204, up their residence In Ferrlsburgh, where the groom will continue his clerkship with L. H. Avery, with whom he has been for tho past seven years, (luests present from out of town were; lev. nnd Mrs. Levi Wild of Itoyalton, Miss Addln Rrooks of Rur tliiKton, Mrs. M. C. Martin and two sons of Washington, Mrs. Fred Ladd of Milton, Mr. ami Mrs. Will Cox of Mnnkton. and Mr. Charles Preston of lleber, N. Y. LINCOLN. District delegates elected at Saturday's caucus aro L. C. Haln, O, A. Thayer, Jas per M. Page. .Mrs. Louisa Gllnes of Manchester. N. It., visited her sister, Mrs, Horace Sar gent, Inst week. Mrs. Gllnes wan called to this Stnto by tho dcuth of her slater, Mrs. Harriet Uuttolph, who died In South Htirllntrton n, few weeks ago. Mrs. Georgo Atwood nnd George Hurnhnm nro both seriously 111. Tho llttlo daughter of Edson Towner Is very sick. Mrs. Annette Mor- ?LlV:"L." ".no 'onuuy xrom oer visit in .tinssncniispiiR, rsew nnmpsiure nmi EEr"': In Cleveland Tuesdav.-The connlV unl n .. r. ;...,i....r. :..it. .. . of G'ood Templars held hero last Wednes- day proved to bo a pleasant and prolltnblo KiimiTiiig. largo nuniner wero present from tho various lodges In tho county. Hov. O, D. Clnjip gnve a very practical temperance address In tne. evening to n full houso. C. C. Leo and wlfo arh vlslt- I In? friends In New Tlnven and adjoining NOHTf! FKKllISnUROU. ,, , ,, ., , , Mrs' tWo Mnrtln and sons from Den- yrr',,t0V "r" "V. V"'' t s" nnd Mrs. '' Martln.-Mrs. Charles I.avako nnd family hnvo arrived lu tswn for the sum mer. Mrs. Stoddard Allen is spending a few weeks at her old homo In Pawlet. The missionary convention wns largely at- lenueii ny delegates ana visitors. The ag dresses In the afternoon were vcrv Inter ostlng ntnl the music excellent. Tho llnrnl lc--'orntloni wero very' llne.-Tho Chinese ! entertainment. "An Evening In Pebln." . . , , ' " Illustrated Willi costumes, curios, Chlneso songs and nntlve school was well patron ized, tho receipts belnif $27. About 40 of th" friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cnlvln Martin uiei hi inir nome tin me evening oi ino nth lust.. It being their wedding nnnlver- pnr"' '-'R1'1 refreshments wero served and a Pleasant eveninir enlove.l.-Chll.l.ei,',, convention nro Reuben Parker, W. II. Dean, J. P. ICenyon. Harvey Reach fnr Grout: dlsflet, S. N. Allen, J. O. Walker, C. S. Mnrtln, Fred Allen. ADDISON. Mrs. F. C. Guliey Is In llurllngton at tho .Mary Fletcher hosn t.il The result ot the caucus .held In the town hajl June S W,,H av f"r,s: Grout T1 and Stlckney hO. 1 "eiegates to the Stale convention In '""""g'on are: i.. r. Soegrir, M. r. jinnies, c. w. hiead, ami to the diwrlct convention In Rutland, arc: .'. W. llarbt r. Fred Fisher, Alverto'n V.rard. Tliose to ""V convention heia in Mlddlebury "' w nlh. John Thomas. H. W. niiiiiiner, if, niroug, h. K Smith. O. S. ' isnor, c. 11. .Marshall, ITed Flrher, rh!,r'r!' Norton. Sunday, June 11, will bo children's day at the Ilaptist church. Tho i i i' iiiii iii-in hi ii .i. in. iir- vi I,:imnsnn win itel ver m n, , ..... nn.i ih.,,, ni., nnn nunuajvscnooi at I p. m. T 1CV have a new library In tho Sunday-rchoD' now oi to volumes. WHYtmiDGK. Miss Caroline Fitch Is visiting nt W. J. p-,.,. , . . .." """" . "" Mien i? a iencner n tne ,7 V t '. l" . omen s trnliilng school nt St. Ixnils. and , . ...1" " " " 7 w" n "ItnesH of thcornado that latoly ''Pt oer that city. f,ho will visit friends " Massachusetts and return to her wor't i..v onservru wim appropriate ex- roS"V.V' xf".?.a!,o:?.LCuhu.r0h J",,0i .....i I.. iuv ... iiu.ii.. 1. Him. ti UIIIIU .1 MONKTON. The hotel at tho Ilofo has been opened to the county convention to be held in by Mr. Hills from Masraohusetts. Rev. Mlddlebury, June It, are 1). C. Rent, H-ir-nnd .Mrs. Theakston have gono to Roston, ry 11. Day, II. I.. Wood, A. G. Chandler whom Mrs. Theakston is to tuko th- and A. N. McQulvy. rtoamer for Halifax, N. S. She will bo' jiiilillMmrr. .liwe. s.Tho whiiim. r..m,i,. lirailCO. The water In plnnr nn.l iiii.n . . . 1,. I If'H n Id lirnll' nr. . n. .11 .n,1n. ........ . .-..nil, ii.nii uira iu IT. Webb's furm. Ho employs threo teams. GRANVILLE. Rev. L. R. Wheeler, wlfo nnd daughter of llordwlck wero visiting In town Inst we-ek. Judge Flint has returned from Mlddlebury, where he has been attending court. They havo finished working the mountain road and wo havo as tlnon moun tain road ns there Is In tho Stnto. Lucy Rico visited In town lust week. U"nry Rrlggs wnn In Rutland last week. Leon ard Derby has moved to Luclua Rrooks' farm on West Hill, CHITTKNDEJf COUNTY. KSSILX CRNTRIi. Thero will lio preaching In tho t'ulversn llst church next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Miss Allco Kyle, Held secretary ot tho Woman's Ronrd of Missions, will rpeak In thu Congregational church Wed nesday afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock. Dr, W. W Styles Is delegate from this church to tho Vermont Congregational conference nt nradford this week.-Tho ladles' Home. 1 Mlsslonsrv meeiltiL-win be .viti. mi., m... I lioouricn wttinesdny afternoon at o'clock. Mr. Joieph II. Plllsbury of Lo well. Mass., was In town Inst week to at tend tho graduation of his son, Caleb. Tho class of "A wiio havo Just been 'gradu ated from H. C. 1, met In Burlington Mon day for n silting for a clnss picture. Mrs, Hayden anil Mrs. Mary Morso ot t'nderhlll visited at C. H. Ilnyden's last week, Mrs. Mary Gorton Darling of Hampton, Vn., visited nt Mrs, A, J, Gar vin's on Tuesdny, and called upon sovcral friends In town. fie sTaduntlng exercises of tho Kssex Classlcol Institute wero held Friday afternoon nnd pnsscd off very successful ploinns anil n lurgo audience, which filled tho hall to tho doors, llHloncd to tho fol- ly. A class, of 12 wero presented with dl lowing programme: Music; prayer. Rev, ... . . . ' .. j, Tenney; ensay ana sauitatory, "Chnr- actor," Mary i.. i-'nrrnnd; essay, "The Threo W'H," Lora U, Wheeler; essay, "Suc cess or Failure," limma I), Monta; ora tion, "Lincoln as a Student," Caleb G. (Continued on tho 3d page.) When Bftby was sick, vie gayo her CostorU. When clio was a Child, sho cried for CWorlA, Wlieii she Uecanio Jllaa, slio clung to Castprln, W'licu blio had Clillditui, die gavu them Caitorla, aliij. ... r. nii-i i- r 1 tiiuiuii 01 v nn niunui 5 wusiona. MJULINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, THE RESULT SHOWN 3Y THE FREE PRESS CANVASS. Hot Tight In UiitUnd "lui IMIilcllebilrj Itcault by 'I'ovrnn uu.i v iiutlus About Ttre.llilrd of tho Doolfrati s llettid. Charlotte, Juno I. The republican can nil. tnn I ho f ,1i:. Slato convention was held this evening and It marked the close of one of the hoN test canvasses on ihn ..nvomn,- ..iir... I,m ...... .w. iiuu ... '.ciUCIIIL'a IVJ II1IJ known In this town for mnnv venri. rhnr - lotto had ajl along shown a strong sentl- ment for stiob-ev nn,i rnnS wo ing for h m ns well a. for Ma or Grout. During tho two dayV preci'dlt? tho caucus tho interest uar Intense and In some instance. house ! .. . . . . . " n" . ....v. n ,,. instnnccsnn hou3e to ,.... ' Vaftii was ini te divided, but tho menus oi ,np, tsucKiioy prevailed, s.-cur , " ""1 .. 5 ""ry I,M1' . f":r,lr- , j jn"w 1 S iZ K" us Van Vllet. ' -".nn v-ur MILTON FOIt GHOl'T. Milton, .Tune 4. At a largely attended caucus held this evening Grout delegate were elected to the State convention with out opposition. The delegates nro ns fol lows: . c. Fny, P. A. Poothe, It. H. Ful ler and F. C. Ladd: dlrtrlet, C. IJ. Jack son, C X Kobl.ison, Jed W. Uvorest, G, N. Wood; alternates. T. fl. Tlerrv. C. I.. Wolcott. S. 1-1. Phelps nncJ'Smlth Lincoln: county, u. J. Dion. c. 3. An I lev. t-i. f. VnVnii t in irn- e u iii. i A t Teachmi't F VloHiroo't' nm'l CortV, i ' ' i L e u" lie, toun committee. Dr. L. C. Uolpomh. chairman, Tnomns Shean and Dr. S. 11. Phelps. ONK HFNTINGTON DRI.BGATK SPRAKS. Tho Free Press hns received a letter di rect from Mr. K. A. Norton of the Hunt- Ington delegation stating that he will cast imp vine mr nir. oiicKiiuy, nunougn ine delegation was elected aa a Grout deiega- uon' ADDISON COt'NTY CAVCT'Sns. New Haven, Juno fi. Tun riuotis held hero this owning passed off quietly, the Slleknoy ticket winning by 7n majority. Tho State delegates aro George Russell, Moses London and Frank l.astman. l nnd Frank Kastman VL TuneT-Tene rei bllcaa Vesten ay aicVnocm eec.?,l i to the " v Ferrlsburgh, caucus hern four delegates to the Stite convention, 1 who will vote for "Hor.et Farmer Grout- for governor, by a vole of i;s to a The ; delegates are; Rpuurn Parker, William Dean, John Kenyon .ind II. 1 . Reneh. Delegates to th district covenilon S. N. Allen, J. O. Walker. C. 9. Mirtlu; delrgates to the rotinty convention: W. M. Dean. R. M. Sattly, W. C. 'nrney, G.-o. Ambose, A. T. Pooth, D. Allen, i;imer llurkett, R. Prer.ion. J. II. Knowles, II. li. Allen, II. W. Field, .Tared Rooth and Har vey F. lleaeli. """. ..-ine repuonrnn caucus Saturday evening elected -.hro iU-leg.it.-s iu ini" ci.iie rouvrnuiiii n a vuie oi ro i t.... ...n t o ti..i.... u. ....... ! lntr nnil the fnl ewlnir ilelri.itr uura el..,. . ed: State, Hon. J. 1U Weeks and F. L. Hamilton: district, W. U. Whitney anditlon was held hero this evening. It was ,"'lnT,1'PS:10,!ly. ' ,,?mIllt?,:!'i,,hP m:,s!, I'1? nf" tlint hns J' xv- c'';ook; ," ' Hul,,,tt a"'' ' W- 'PC" h"1'1 ln "''"-"""J r yejrs Tbe r- . iiuiii-.. ill'' i.i'i. .,,1 i.-p iu ill" nan lull- i.,mi. , !-;,., ri, i ven'tiein life for Grout. Tho eau' iis ivy a . ,,.,.i..,u i.,.i........t n. .1.1 .1.,.. unanimous voie in t" bounty convention to p.;,ein the ,,m of Hon. John H. Weeks for Slate ! ator. After the caucus adloumed .1 lnstructr.1 to vote for Stleknev wero 'elected 1 10 the State convention The,' ey are Col: Josena ltnttrll nnd Leslie A.lr01"" sm', 1,1 ,hM l,("-1 cairns, ine ui.nriei ueiegaies ar- i;. r. crrrt t rc llcans havo elected R. D. Needham and Frank Wooster delegates to the State con vention. They are understood to be lu favor of Stlckney. but wero not Instructed, Vorgennes, Juno S. At tho republican caucus held to-day In AeM'son Grout dele gates were elected to tho State conven tion. They are L. C. Seejar, M. F. U.irnes nnd C. W. Rend. Delegates to th county convention, lien Jamln Smith. John Thomas, H. W. Spoon or. C. W. Strong, Kzra Smith, Charles Norton, C. II. Marshal, Fred Fisher, O. II Fisher. District delegates, C. W. Harbor, Fred Fisher nnd K. A. Ward. Vergennes, June !. Tho republican cau cus In Wnlthnm to-day elected Charles Tier delegate to the State convention, who will vote for Stlckney for governor. District delegnte, Alanon Wright. Coun ty delegates, John llurroughs, ll. W. Day and Ira KUIott. llilstol, Jimu 0. Starksboro elected threo Stlckney delegntes this afternoon. Tluy nro C. T. Clifford, Stevlo Young, C. L. At wood, VKRGISNNI'S STRONG FOR GROl'T. Vergennes, June 1. At the republican caucus held this evening Grout delegates wero elected by a vote of 125 to 5, Tho delegates nro D. II. Lewis, J. G. 1 linden. V.. O. Norton and Thomas Mack. Delegates to tho district convention nre Jiplgo J. Warren Rnrncs, S. A. Andrews, i.eorgo iv, itoss ami c m. 1'ierce Delegates to tho county convention nro i S, W. Hinds, O. R. Smith. 11. O. Gowett, I,. S, Denton, K, O. Norton, A. R, Tabcr, I C. L. LeRoenf, C. C. Cheney, J. J. liar-. r"m1' T' c- MlddlenrooK nnn friaries , Plehblns. For tho county delegation tho fight was mnde over the olllce of Judgo ' of probate In tho New Haven district nnd thoso fnvorabln to Mnyor Tuttlo w era , elected by a largo majority. The light on the Stato ticket was a hot one. It Is stated that a prominent resident has de- voted his whole tlmo for tho past day or two In working for HtlcKnoy nnd tno friends of that eanillilato conililcntly ex pected to win. IN FRANKL'IN COUNTY. Ilio (iroiit (,'aliiiiin flrowlng Stnndlly S iinton Contra Out Tor l'l"l., Swnnton, Vt., Juno S, The republican caucus was largely uttended hero this evening and wns unanimous for Joslah Grout. R. O. Sturtevnnt was elected mod erator and Horace Raxtor secretary. H. A. Hurt nominated tho following list ot Grout drJegntes to tho Stato convention six., 13. J, Ranslow, W. II, Rlnke, W. K. Tobln, H. A. Collins; alternates, S. F. Drown, Henry Reals, W, Keenan, C. R. Hogle. K. W. Jewett moved that tho delegates bo instructed to voto for Joslah Grout for governor. Dr. H. R. Wilder moved to amend by ndillng that the dele gales bo also Instructed to vote for N. W. Flsk of Islo Ln Motte for lieutenant gov ernor. Tho motion as amended was unani mously carried. For the district conven inn at Rutland: Dolegates Horace Raxter, Frank Dunbar, A. R. Rellows. W. R. Pencil; nllernates, F. J, Hawley, Sherlll Martin, C. D. Rublee, Fred Jackson. Tho following county delcgntion was then eleetodi Delegates JI, A, Hurt, John P. Rich, 15, W, Jewott, IS.' W. Foster, 15. M. Rrunetto. A. G. Webster, 1. P. AdjimB. JO. W. uecnian; filtcrnates, G. 0, lilako, JINK i I, 189(5. F. D. Lapellc, A. A. Ilrooks, V,. S, Tabor, K. Vanslotto, Daniel Sutor, C, A. Cramp ! ton, C. S. L. Leach. ; ()n motion of Dr. It. H. Wilder the nnmo , of ! StQno wni saade unanlmousasthn enoice or tne caticus ror our candidate for senator. Tor town committee for two years the following wero elected: Horace Uaxtcr, B. W. Foster, A. K. Corr. Sheldon, Juno S. At the republican cau cus held In MaynanVs hall the following delegates wero elected; State, J. II, Mar vin, George O. St'Miblns, John Mcl'Yotors, District, Robert Mef.eod, C. K, Dunh, X.. V., I.a'npper. V.UliniJ, I'., t County, V., M. Urown, r. A. Oliver, . . . - ,u ' ,, 1C'!G o, il.' ' ,,e'a 'nwlnl relo,? , , I'10 following rfHOlllth Marsh. The Stato volution wns adopted: 1 .,(r?0lvr"' Imit we' the repuiili.Mns of noKlon in caucus aj-s mbiecj, heartily en - dorso our former townsman. A. M. Dra- . - . ijVi.r ff hn... ... ,rr' for ,hp ninc" of sh'rlrf' mA h"rhy In",,r"1'1 ,h" lolcBnllon H'CcI to present l "amo to thr. reptibllcan convention to n IMosluirgh Fa'ls. on the first day of July .ind ue their best efforts to securo his nomination for tho office of Bherlff, provldlniJ, however, there be a rrnronnblo rbanee for his nomination. Three hearty cheers were given for Grout. Knoslmrgli Falls, June 8. Tho republi cans of Hno!iurgh In i aliens to-nlt'ht oleoted a strong Grout delegation. Tho men elected nro as follows: State, J. m met McFreWrrs, n. J.Tyler, Wesley Ovltt, L. L. Marsh. District, Stanley Sales, Hiram Leach. A. J. Djer. A. A. Asseltlne. County, J. N. Woodworth, W. 11. Mc Allister. Charles Forsylh. I.. O. .Mnynnrd Richard Smith. W. W. Hutchinson, P. A. k Janes nnd R. W. Marsh. . . . ' iiienioni, jiMio i. i nn repuoi can can- j eslerd.ij . afternoon and ;as lar;;ely at- tended. MaJ. Grout's namewas tile only OMP hf,ar'' for Kovernor nnd the following ,,,,... ..... ,,, ...,,, fnr ' T delegation was Instructed for him: Hon. L. C. Lenvens, W. It. I.ocklln, Dr. R. M. Pelton nnd I,. 11. Smith. The delegation was ompiiwend to fill any vneancles that might occur, Fairfield, June 7. The republican caucus held here yeslerday afternoon resulted In a divided delegation being sele.-ted to save a faction light. Grout getting two delegates ard Stlckney one. lion. W. II FUrchllds and Ted S. Tupner aro the I Grout men while Representative W. S. ..'utile 'Is for Stlckney. The delegation toIt ., not nuely that the rank nd llle nnd 'the. State convention were also elected ; farmers of this sietlon would If they delegates to tie dlUllet reinvention. Lunnl.l hnm, nt It. rellrth th nt. Franklin, June 7.-Frankl'n sends Grout leleg.Ttes to tho State Convention. A. Yn ' "'M"' "n" " ,'' lowl. "1P cnoice '"""'f';'" ' T1,py ' r"'1?'1 1"-.gtcs to th" congres- " "VT,:..,A- ,':.W.h,lr":.v' i,'- Ilosklns nnd V J Towlo being the choice ' ' JJ: '... .v. ... . wi.,.1.. iuii- '.ention nt Lnosb-iryh Falls. i 'i. n i.i 1 1 . .iuiio i i ne repnnitean call' cus held here la't evening drew out n. good attendance. Malnr Grout was tho 'inanl mous choice of the caucus and the follow ing delega'es were chosen: D. W. Steele, K. P. Smith. Col. Iiunton and Georgo W. Sharrow. The following wero elected as flelegntis to the district convention: D W. Steele. H. V. Smith, Col. Dunton and George C. Ilolmes, Delegates to tho roiuny convention will bo elected at C!lwur t0 )P hoIl1 lllt,.r. STICKNY 01 GF10UT 408 li tho Vote Cut at Ihitlivmt'. Itepiibllcan tniirii.. Rutland, Vt,, June!) The republican cnu cus to elect delegates to tho State conven. ' I'lii.iii .1 u;. iiiiur.l U'U 111 mil lurrn nnii , ,Vhn ,.i.v,. ki.. ... 1 lihose who were either unab e or had no . ,nnn.i.inn ji ........ 1 .u. hall in teiius. whle-h m provided both by the Grout and Stleknev supporters. i The interest was nroii.-od bv the t-cotv or u "'V "'"l matters their own way. but 1 fai""-' nd thorough work ,,r- by ' '.'""."., """ "' l"" " --. ti-"' in sui'ii n rt rr w.ifir natn'ortu tnn t ivn rn. tlmiM Hint it .-. n rn,me; ti,,r ,o knots nf men ..inlin, nn tVi .t,-t r,,r. ners dlseusHing the mntier. This livter.'st .v.ni,. ,.u . A. Field calif? the meeting to order 7.i-. ..ni..iv Th ,..i .i i... . .... .v.u.r,. .... i.,,.u(, ,,v.n .... balloting and the polls wvre held eijen for two nours in orcii r to (rivet each s!.lo tlmo to get thilr nien In lir.o. On motion of Georgo Lnwn'iice tne ilelegntes to tho district convention v. ere eleclrd first. Here nro the dMpgater and alternates: F. G. Sivlnlngtnn, L. G. Ragley, N. P. Kings ley. F. A. Field, H. I. Carpenter, G, L. Rico, Louis Mnrlell, Charles Johnson, Horace Gates, J, H. Thompson, A. G. Coolldge, F. M. Rutlrr. Alternates, Mllo which the Stlckney ticket received and Sawyer. C. J. MeMaMor, O. F. dimming", ho Grout ticket )S3. Tlio caucus was verv J. C. Dunn, W. L. Dyer, F. A. Reil, H. O. quiet nnd orderly. T. M. Chapman was -lson, John W. Ross. C. M. Ohambt.rjln, chosen chairman and F, H. Thorp, secre Frank Dunton, Alfred K. Rousseau, A. L. i tnry. On motion of James M. Slade, tee Pra't. onded bv C. M. Wilds, tho ilistrlnt lr.le. Her' !s the Stlckney ticket for governor: ami u. . . j leiu uir siaie iraijuicr. j. . . were elected wli'hout opposition: A. J. Mar t'rainpton, G K. Lawrence. W. A. Patrick, fiball, m. A. Rrooks, W. It. Rutton, Geo. K. M. Iliiynes. W. C. Landon, T. a. Stewart, Charles W. Mathews. Alter Woodward. M. O, Sloddurd, Waynollalley, nates, W. W. ood, H. H. Urj-ant. Joan A. Moses Ford. I.ouls Abar, J. C. Jones, Hun- Fletoher, Noblo F. Dewey, and Isaac ry C. Fnrrnr. Alternates: H. II. Web-1 rlterns. ster. Surry Ross, Rockwood llarrelt, II. " Mnrsnnu, i.. k. i.omim. A. r. nun-; mil e, S. H. Francisco, Juhn ,D. Spellman, II. W. Spafford, Walter A. Clark, Maximo perrln, Wm. Lindsay, A. R, Ilrooks, A. K. Jnsnilne, W. M. Ross, Ins tellers. The delegates elected on tho John D. Spellman m.ido a spirited speech 1 Stlckney ticket nre C. n. Plnney. E, j. In fnvor of Mr. Stlckney. William R. Mnthows. Allen R. Foot,., Phllo S. Sevcr Page then In a strong nnd terse speech ance, Mllo J. Day and H. H. Thorp: alter presented i'io Grout ticket which Is aH;nntcs, C. M Wilds, Frank J. Hubbard, U, follows: Ft state treasurer, Henry P. i K, Severance, John Houston, Isaac L. Field; for r-'overnnr, Jnslnh Grout: for ' Rogers nm2 John H. Stewart, delegates to tho State convontlcmj Johni Tho names on tho Grout ticket were A. Mend, Henry A. Sawyer, Charles C. Loyal D. Rldredge, James A. Smith, John l.'l.. M 1. nl,nn1A. Innl l Tt.l..,. It C?. . . T, - .... James Hversnn, Hiram F. Noyes, George ' i iii.uiii ii, ..I. r. in .i.i. kivii , v, ........,' T. Chnffee, Homer L. Iloag, Ryron Iv. Houston, Ralph Stoddnrd, John TJ. Blonrns, Alternates: Will F. Lewis, J, C. Temple, w. F. nun lit, t.. p-. .-orin. a. i-.. Phsckford, Guy W. Parkburst, C. R. Kinsman, R. L. Richmond, C. W. Mussey, Hdwnrd Rowman, C. II. Grimm, Henry W. Cheney. W. W. Stlckney had R17 votes and Grout -MS, This result wns a surprise to Mr. Grout's, friends nnd even the Stlckney supporters did not feel smo of winning until the count in'severai warns wnsmaue, Tho contcsl stirred up considerable feel-1 Ing among tho Grout nnd Stlckney wings of the narty, Hx-Lleut. Gov. Fletcher of Proetorsvlllo, who was In tho hall was called on. Ho thanked the voters In behalf of Mr. Stlck ney for tho result of the caucus. STICKNEY CARRIES BENNINQTON, AMiiJniitv f 08 In h Intnl (if .TfiS-Tlio Grout I.nadnr Not 41lnwril tn HpeuU. Rennlitgton. Vt., Juno 7. The republican caucus last evening was one of tho largest ever held here, 5B2 votes being caat. The delegates to the Statu convention wero elected bv n mnloi it V of 58: E. D. Wclllnc. I. 15. Gibson, W. II. nradford, F. M. Craw- ford, W. H. Ilcrry, II. T. Cushmiin, 2d., J. S. Lyman, w. A. viull, 'iThey aro for Stlckney. A. J, Dewey, who hns been tho principal malinger of the Grout forces, mounted tho plntform ns soon ns the elec tion of n chairman was announced and un dertook to speak. Ho was hissed and howled uijlll ho withdrew, OALKDONIA FOR GROUT. Hardwlek, Vt.. June 7. Tho caucus yes terday afternoon elected these Grout dele gates: S. Darling, F, T, Taylor and L. O. Hronso; second congressional dis trict delegates, Ira A. Shattiick, P, J, CowleB and John H. Georgo; Calodonla county convention delegates, Dr. yf. II. Weeks, C, G. Montgomery, L. JI. War ren nnd W. A. Dutton. At the St. Johnsbury caucus Stlckney's nnmo"wns not mentioned. Tho delegation to the Slate and district conventions head ed by Gen. II. K. Id, both. Grout delega tions. Cuiirii" at 'Groton, Dnnvlllo and Hardwlck eif Grout delegations. OKANGH COUNTY TOWNS DIVIDED. At Chelsea there wns ono of the largest caucuses tver held, yesterday afternoon. Thpse wero elected delegates to the Stnto convention: C. S. Kmery, W, S. Hatch, nnd C. P. Dickinson. For the district con vention nt Montpelier the lfilh: A. W. Whltnt-v V. P. Townshei.il. and William ! F. Hood. There was not a dissenting vote i for Sllekntw and tho delegates wero In structeil for lilm. llradford. Juno 7.-tlrndforr fends theso , delegates to the reynbllcan State convr.iv tlon: C. it. Piatt. ex-Gov. Ho.well Tarn. l.nM f r f . ffu.. I ...... lmm' nn'1 J' r- S1"nrn' wero not Instructed. Two and on- Is a SUckney m delegates go to tfio district 1 ni IIIK"l I " aro Grout men man. The satno go to tho d strict convention. Newbury, Juno 7. At Newbury these . delegates wero elected: H. C. Ualdwin, Horace W. Ilalley, John llailey and A. W. Sllsliy. This delegation Is not Instructed but it Is for Grout. Randolph. Juno !. Fnlrlee has held their caucus, H. P. Wnrrep and L. J. Henth nnd M. W. Smith nro the delegates to the Stnto convention, W. II. Oilman nnd M. W. Smith are tho alternate!'. They wiro tin Instructed, but their first choice Is Grout, ns stnted by one of the delegates, Chelsea, Vt .Time 10. Washington elect td two Grout delegates, Grorgw W. Down ing and I.. D. Tlllotson. Th district dele gates are for Gen. Grout for Congress. GRAND ISt.H TOWNS FOR GROt'T. Hast Alburg. Vt.. June 7. Alburn elected '.t. -ii- rt . .ii . . ...i,....,,, ... , ,, , ,.,, ,.. , .Tnm,nl nnfl c. W. I ,;. .A- 1 I K,''VV T l Is " I a Motte, Vt., June 7. The Iflo La Motte delegates are H. H. Hill. Georgo ,r. Pike and are for Grout; district dele ; ates, K, S. Fieury and Arthur Hill. South Hero, Vt., June 7. Delegates to the State convention are Juan Robln'on and Wnrren Hall. They favor Grout. LAMOILI.H COt'NTY CAfCfSES. Morrlsvlllc, June !. The republicans of this town will hold their caucus on n.M,r..Vn'vhii , .,11 il,e rnmnlnln- cmsus i ...in cj..i.ir.li- in thu eonniv (rmpt which Is ti.-ing mnde to stampede .l. mlor. In lhl n..rllnn Thl ! nntnr. n1)v n r.ront section, but a supreme effort n1lj. n oro.tt section, but a supren Antral him is. being mrulo by a vt, romposed of thoso w political debts to pay. tt Is a U IcglM.i ho have ,llllnl .lnHIc In nn' Tf l n Hlrrtilrtennt ' ,ftc: . ,h1f ..,hat rrom.ln,'nt er.il rrom iiuriiiigion, .nr. .inrne. i. tienn- 'erson. Who was here n day or two after the IStirliwtton caucus, talking Stlckney, Is again here to-day. NORTIIFIHLD FNPLRDGnD. .Vorthlleld, Vt.. June 7. The following delegates were el'cted yesterday afternoon to the State convention nt llurllngton: H. k. iirown, r i. .lones, j-j. u. uiigerton, James Morse and C. H. Dutton. Theso del egates are unpledged nnd as far as It Is i 1 kiion n have no personal choice at present. Dlegatfs to the district convention elect ed wre W. W. Holden, J. H. Winds, n. H. Thayer. J. L, Moseley nnd Chnrle.i Dole. 'Hie delegates will support Hon. Frank Plumley for Congress. Ilnrre, Vt., June 0 T.ie republican cau cus to-night elected hve Stlckney dele gates. They are as follows: W. I'. Har ney, W. II. Gladding. A. M. Holme, H. W. i vMi.n..,!, - t.' w..,. Delegate's to the'distrl'ct conventlon-C. r. (-,, c. S. Currier, R. Wilmont Cum- m no. ri li Tt..rt.l M- T it. TUn.. '" " ""': insinieterl for iTnn rrmi- rlnmi,v nre insiructeti tor Hon. f.ranu i lumiej 21 onM f" rnprescntativo in Con 1 ROcm'.STFR FOR ST1CKNKY. Rochester. Juno S.-The republican cau cus was largely attended and Stlckney dilegatPS wro elected, Mr. r.dgertbn, Lu man Perk ln" and G. f.. Greely. 1 'ii '" ' C " lr White Hlwr Junction, Juno 10. The re- rauetis held this afternoon elected fnnr BllrVnv .Iiau ,. follows: F.d- r.c. . . '. llllam Ratch- e-hirl... r im.ii Minm. Ar- - - j lhlr R- Urooks, Charles M. Con... James , r'- Harvey, Prank P. Wheeler. Delegates to Congressional conventlon-Iame.s G iiarve.v, i , r. k ainpin'ii, . nIll. J"hn, T T,nr"' , Town, n'mlItcc-D. A J'errln, Tom Tlndray, A. P.. lirooks. A. V.. .t..-- m . ...... . MIDDLEBURY FOR STICKNEY. lila Delegate Hint 308 of tile .101 Votra Out -Celebrate the Victory. Mlddlebury, Vt., Juno 10. The republican caucus to-night was largely attended and wns carried for Stickney by 25 votes, The v.'no n number nt votes cast was 811. nf , Kales wero nhosen first and tho following Rallotlng fo-deiec-ates to i siitn rm.. ventlon Immedlaf ly began .-.d continued , 40 minutes, with George A. Stewart, v.. U i, iiai,,'iii. ii, nunc, weorgo i.iureticro and ATTnn ftnlhoun. Tho Stlckney followers celebrated the result hy n bonflro. TIIR IH'SULT RY. TOWNS. The following Is1 thcllst of towns with their preferences so far as tho Freo Press could obtain them. ADDISON COUNTY. Grout. Stlckney. Addison 3 Rrldport jirlslol Cornwall 3 Ferrlsburgh 4 GoHhcn 1 1 Leicester a Lincoln 3 Mlddlebury c New Haven 3 Rlpton , 2 Salisbury 2 Slarl.shoro v 3 Vergennes ., 4 Waltham 1 Whiting 2 I1I5NNINGTON COUNTY. Grout, Stlckney. Pennington g I Manchester IshuftHbury Dorset 4 HhiillHliury s Woodford , r CALHDONIA COUNTY. uroui. suciiney .... 3 Danvlllo Groton ,,, , Hnrdwlck 3 Kcncham 2 Rycgato St. Johnsbury , 7 Waterford CHITTENDEN COUNTY. Grout. Stcltney. uuiiun , 1 1 Durllngton , , io NUMBER 50 Charlotto 3 Colchester i 1 Ilssex 3 Hlnesburg 4 Huntington 2 1 Jericho 1 2 Milton , 4 Richmond 3 Shelburno 1 South llurllngton 2 St. Georgo 1 Westford 3 Wllllston 3 ESSI5X COUNTY. Grout. Stlckney Rloomflold , 2 Rrlghton , .1 Ilrunswlck 1 Canaan 2 Concord 2 Granby 1 Gulldhnll 1 Luoenblirgh j... 2 Maidstone 1 Norton 1 Victory 1 FRANKLIN COUNTY. Grout. Stlckney. F.nosburgh 4 Fnlr.leW 2 1 Franklin 2 Hlghgato i Montgomery 3 Rlchford 4 Sheldon 3 Swnnton , ,,,, 4 St. Albans 9 GRAND ISLC COUNTY. Oroui. Stlckney. Alburg 3 Islo La Motto 7. 2 South Hero ; LAMOILLE COUNTY. , Un- Grout. Stickney. pledged Wolcott 3 Rclvldcro J ORANGE COUNTY. Grout. Gtlcknuy: llradford 2 1 Chelsea 3 Falrlen 2 Newbury , 4 Washington . 2 ORLEANS COUNT'. Grout. Stlckney P.nrton 4 llrownlngton 2 Charleston 3 Drby 1 Glover 3 Greensboro ; Holland ...T 2 Ir.isburgh 2 Jay ; Lou-ell 2 Morgan 2 Newport 4 Troy 3 Westfleld 2 Wcstmoro 2 RUTLAND COUNTY. Doubt Grout. Siloltraey. ful Renson , .1 Ilrnndon G Castlctan 3 Chittenden '.' Clarendon 1 1 Danny 2 Fair Haven 2 3 Ira 2 .'.tendon 1 1 Mount Holly 2 Mount Tabor 1 Pnwlet 1 2 Plttsftrlij 2 Plttsfurd 3 Poultney 1 3- . Proctor 3 Rutland frlty) 12 It itland (town) 2 Sherburne 1 1 Shrewsbury 2 Tlnmouth 'i Wnlllngford 4 Wells 2 West Haven 1 W.st Rutland 4 WASHINGTON COUNTY. Doubtt Grout. Stlckney. ful. Harm (city) S R. rlln 3 Cabot 3 MontpeUrr 8 Moretown 2 Northtleld 4 WINDHAM COUNTY. rrout. fttlcknayi Mummer ston 2 Guilford 2 Jamaica 3 Londonderry 3 Vernon 2 Wnrdsboro 2 Windham '. 2 Wilmington 2 WINDSOR CQJJNTT. Grout. Stlcknoy Andover , 2 llaltlmoro ... u 1 Itridgewater 2 Cavendish 3 Ilartfon 4 H .inland 3 Ludlow 4 Plymouth 2 Pom fret 2 Rochester 3 Springfield 5 Stockbrldge 2 Weatherslleld 2 Weston 2 West Windsor 2 Windsor 3 Woodstock 4 SUMMARY 11 Y COUNTIES. Uncer. Grout. Sticlyicy. tain, Addison V Uenniiistou 3 U Caledonia 2 Chltt.-ndon ..... 2.S 20 Essex 17 Vi-anltJIn .-. 3.1 1 Grand Isle v 7 Lamoille 3 2 Orango 10 1 Orleans 29 Rutintsd 1 Washington 21 4 Windham C y Windsor 43 Totals 211 244 NEW ENGLAND CROPS. rre.pect For ly SIucli Iiiiproruct In Ver mont hy ICeroiit Unlit, Roston, Juno 10. Tho weekly crop bul letin says: Tho weather In Now England for tho wek ending Juno S was iKDoralJy fair for tho first live days and rainy tho Inst two Tho days havu been warm but tho nights cool, with n lljht frost In tho valleys In tho northern States on the morning ot tho third; o damage, A gentle soaking rain bojjan on tho morning of tho 7th, and up t 8 p. m. on the Sth, Just about three-fourtha Inch hod fallen over nil New England. In tho south many fields of grass were too nearly matured to be helped by tho rain of lqst week, but generally thero n a marked Improvement In grass land, pastures and all field crops. Apples nnd small "fruit are very promising. Tho prospect for hay has been muc,h Im proved In most of Vermont by tho rains of tho past two weeks, but there Is still complaint that the crop must bo light on many fields. In Addison county, where thero Is u clay subsoil, the hay prospect la very poor. It takes a long tlmo to moisten up such soli after It Is once dried out un less It has been thoroughly worked with' a subsoil plow. Pastures aro Broatjy Im proved, though short ln places. Corn li growln wjll. Oats and other urnlus an vdoln fairly well. Potatoes havo sTnrtce; unevoniy, Apples hnvo set very run. i light frost on tho 3d did no dainago ot ao count,