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TT1K BUKLINGTON PR KB VKE8S, THURSDAY. AUGUSf 3. m).
One Cent A WORD. Advertising In this rolnnm ono cent n voril.each Insertioncopy ma-- bo changed every week. Cash III nuvauco ici.cu. V - JunUlft. , mi'ND-A Place wilere. students can braid themselves. Address 11., 1'iuo Press olllce. lW.lt&wlt 'Ccllnntca. COMPHTICNT COOK AND SICCOND ntii .. ...i nm Imi rinnii t-r.e.r. G1IIL wanted by Sept. 1st. Good refer- enecs required and good wages paid to r.gnt partle'. Address lock box MO. '!-!l0t: ...... nu'i 10 run e. He- Act I'!. titandaid Platmu id., Burlington, vt. WANTI.D- To buy a paper hanging and dec rating business in Vermont; with or xvlthout sloik. Addrfs Vi imonii r," H Ciativ Ave.. Mui that u, Ma-s. lTT.ltitlwiit Vf.l! ?AT F A M'irlv new rinnmliin live Til- i .it .1 bargain. J- .M. Mc.Vall, C'h.iniDlJill, Vl. uW,4t MY FMtM f.r sale; for partleulars call on or a Jilie.--, Douglass liuck, Hack llol- ip.v t n.wtr TOK SAL L.- CeiSnr posts, stakes and drl- virs, lumber, wire and nails, grass and rlovci - Is at lowest pclccs; .ill kinds oi !j-iiun- i inpiemcnip, spring iomn liarr.ws. $U and 114: wheel hallows, llo; a j. -iw .il i,tiiin ni.inurs. J.Vi! Asiiln- w.i 1 e irn planters, JIM; faim wagons, p "W smoothing liarrows. The new Aim rn m eeder, cultivator, harrow, Ihtsi nr". potato digger and corn plan- tcr combined all In one machine. Mey oinbii r s ers i ns spr-iy punq s tor irnying nun tn s, Deerlng mowing maclilne itii- lilt horso rakes, Deerlng reapers anil binders. i i can get you anything you .",",--.,Ci- Y" I,r'',1,lle s"s' , Uest Clmrlotte, M. 4..,wtf tdbl in tin Fast and i;.,,,..n .x-r-,r ,,.,, ...,i n J. . "'V "V'iV 7 . . . IIIll tJIU'L', IIKIIIII D Ul 1' IitlllV I lit I it 'J 1 Watervllle. Vt. ll.wtim WHIST SCORE CARDS, nice ones 10 i cents a dozen, by mall cents a dozen, Freo Press Association. 33,wtf $0 lcnt. IT) RKNT dnnng thnshin.T season a tiity' 'we -horse nower ui ,.0'jd orib r. J. M. M Nail, u.tmpl.iin. Vt 3w.lt TEETH LXTKACTDl) AWiOIiFTr.I.Y IVITH0UT 1AIN. THE ONLY OFFICE IN 13URLINOTON where you can get teeth extracted WITHOUT A PARTICLE OF PAIN, without taking Gas or Cocaine. LADY ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE. .No i'ain ! o Hunger ! So Alter Effects ! Dr. L. Hazen, iffi Olllce : .'nio ht. If you wish teeth removed without a nartlcle of pain and without any had af er effects Eucberisma Is what you want I have used tt for eight years for thou- inrls op natteiits I'e.iln.. .mil neri-.i.n i n, ......., .i.i, ,.hJi. ..i,.i.,.. v uuiuu Willi nusuiuit; uuiiiiiii;iii;u lhat they will not lie hurt in tin; slightest, rn m itter liow bad the . i mill' i er h"W many they want out. ,,.,,,.. Tii-Miai 1,-oMMTi.' STATE OF ERMON Db'tHct of Chit- tenden ss. T) i Hjiio'r'a'l'le the Probato Court for tho Dlstrlrt of Chittenden. To .ui persons mteietted in the etat of jt mt iiunias, Kite oi iiuriingion, in sai.i aistrlct. tti'i'iusod GREETING: here is, said court has assigned the fctti d if August ntxt for the settle- in.lstr...oi ''or the "esUte ol Jerome' Du- n is dcieas. ,. and inr .i deree of tho l -nine i.f sild estate to the lawful claim- . m6 .f thc tstate of snid deeeiisid, ,uil bent o' thi mi omit of S. M. Flint, ad ori' red fiat vubllc tiotlct thereof be giv- in 'o all iii-rsons Interested in s.iid rsi.iie es si v I v 1 1 jv on i t l"',,l,,"Llri" j"' - cessiv ly pluvious to the day assigned, in the Burlington Free Press, a newspaper ? published in Burlington in said district. 1,1 Therefore. von are htirebv iini.llni tn an. pear at tho Probate Court rooms in Bur- i.imiuii, un mo mi .-issiKiieu, men ana lliero tO Contest thO allowance Of Said lie- count If you see cause, and to establish ur rights as heirs, legatees and lawful 1 1 1'uiants of said residue. liven under my bund, this 1st day of Au us', A. D., lSltO. E.RA M. HORTON, Rt-MHtcr. GRACE A. S. PECK'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chit- n i ii i,l1'A1'l"?'!!iV,!'1,p,,Ilr,','l,t0 Coll,n for tha To ail iitron int.'res'ied in the estate ,.r Grace K. I:. u, bi'to ot luirllngton in Maid distnet, deceased, nilUKTrVll. 'c i, aforesaid, and for a decree of the lis dill' Of said estate to the luwfnl elnlm' .I ts cf the estate ol said deeeilhed. and or- It red tl.at pinl.le notice thereof be given .il iii rsoi s interested snla et.-u. in- iiu'Ish tig this order three wet ks sucres. vely i rt vious to the day assign 1 in tin Burlington Free Press, ii 'r-itHit ' 1 K'011' ln saU1 iiierefrrt von nre i.ereh.. ,mi . ,l''rfatrthiProbatCouVt l. ir' ngton on the day assigned tlicn and t icre to tout, st tho allowance nf said m-- i tcuiit If you see etinse, nnd to your light as heirs, legatees and imnt t of snld residue. Givtn ur.Jir my hand tills Id da list A. D.. iv.ia. EZRA HORTON, Register, On t FIN DE S1ECLE GRANDMOTHER. The grandma In her cap of snow, Who by the heurthstonu used to sit, And In thc firelight's cheerful glow With Hying lingers use U to knit, Is gone alack-u-day. Sho used lo make such gingerbread! What seed cakes, too, she use to bako! I'P f.r a king, the children said, Wub grandma'M golden Johnny-i-uke, But sho has passed away. Quite dlfferont is grandma now, Her ofllce Is a sinecure; Nc wrinkles corrugate her hrowl Her hair Is la Pompadour; She wears n demi-traln. She laughs at signs of flitting years; No spectacle! rest on her nose; At th'iigs ld-fasiloncd grandma sneers; A lorgnette takes where-er sho goes Hung by n golden chain. Coarse knitting work she does not love, Th ugh ofTshe spins upon her wheel; Her hall dress (Its her like a glove, Her snowy neck does not conceal The fashion of to-day. Of coek-book rules she has no need, ln mental culture Is' she bent, And P berts' Rules does grandma lead, She -f a club Is President; And shu has come to stay. -Chicago Post, .. . .... . ... - ....... ... i A an llin ... io iiuvuriiscineiu xnKcn wiucii is iisfi imui -- 'innuir vu.ii.uiH-u oi maims nio title the host twelve words, two lines. Special terms to ?lr'1. l fll' " V'. Ph'""'t evening. mlvortlser,. ,,! from KO to 1000 lines tit.. virii(.ii.. V Vt t..... ...Ii'...... ... along nicely with . 1..,f ,,, .... I .1111, i-i-im suiuisi; II, K-.tt.t-.r.f.. within twelve eonsecutlvo months. ,K Cowles and C. K. lladley. soloists ftMMOnr A, Vi., Ai.r1 . r """: Hns, s.-i Kiii-ii me is also improving. Ml.-s Lucy Seiiey is reier liiays was Knocl cf !. aceom t Cnf I w 'n1,',".1,0,,5"'11 oT0nt tlll very nick, as Is N. Fanuif.-At the most stunned hy a bolt r J,e,?i "" '"l last meeting of tho Crescendo club, the ol- her while she was at n! tate of Grace A. S. Peck, llite'nr Hm-iinel lieers elected were, Mrs. J. F. Wilcox, and some maple bushes YERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from Sixth page) from Danville to Swnnlnn. nrJ ,v v ton.'"Kl wlf of Chlcngo, who lionxo tuid ham for n kitchen nnd ched. nre well knonii by miiny of our olihr resl- Mr. nnd Mrs. F. t,. Holmes mo In New - ,. i. i i ,r""""f ") vicinity.- . ,1,, ' n,mTru Ui? t?.w,l.J.,"n J . J, ,'9! Bl,V",Vl!;s ; insisted by Mrs. II. K. Oowies. so o at and wiS rmmcr; ..us i.ena Irish, piano solo at. ; '"''? B'Wi-ii whist party Moil ,,. "Vi ? ,,,L"UB " jery onjoynblo occasion s icporfd. Hi- ''7mm,.,;; "?rc ferv(d.-'lho Stowo stago m1.p nulck t ine up Portland utreet Wed - ""'u ,m"'nliig without the drKer, but 1np '"M-scn wero fortunately caught .ic-.n inn iiuniuiucu ny lllliun .incu- with i.o damage don? to bnm'rr'w"1.' U ot 'i?'1 Sm!,n' H nnts.-MIss Tanner, who has been visit- iiiw Miao i.'t.-., ii . i :....r ""-'" iu uisp.i- Ing Ml.- Florence Hryant has returned to her homo In Fort Plain. X. V. Mrs. Rloom Fills nnd children nro visit - ,t,V.!;,C.,r. "ill1. w,' "v 1CI hUl UltLl.-l ID the ttino of 15 to "..-Mrs. Myri Heath of ltuillngtonlsvlslt'ngh.i-parent, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W. Hogers.-Percy Fellows Is up from lloston on a visit to his mother, Mrs. Fellows has been here for some time.- Az t)Bi.i .": ii Vn , . H. lgliths Sunday. 11VDK PA I IK. The gala event of tho -ci.'on was tho '""suiimiiim d.iu which was neitl in tne " 01 . 1 hocnix hotel Fnl.iy evening. ",,u"1 "" 1'inines jcsponinii id ino inviia- Music was rendered by Sto'ie's orchestia " t.. i. ..I., illl!3 WLl tiniUII. m -,lu' 1 'svinc. iimiui a uoxen coupics !"" - "ui iiuiii .nui i isviiie ana nenriny ei.joyed the evening. Many pretty cos- tunics were !n evidence. iicnian i ucKcr, nccusen nt arson In con olcuoii wnn wie uuniing or i;. v. Ward s ,,, i.unuiv, i kicii ;i Hearing nr foro State's Attorney Thomp.-ni at Wol- 'ott Tuesday and wns bouml un In tW bonds for appearance at the December term of court. The In tubmen were not forthcoming and he Is still in Jail JOHNSON. Albert Kelley visited In Mrs Albert Kellol' virile, 1 111 Mni-vl. vine a!,t week. Joseph Scott. sunTlnlen- (,.1U of thc ccmcoid nefnrni.itnrv i.f Con- torili JIflsy visiting his brothM'. Daniel - The gume of ball between the home club (iml thl jtorrlsvillo team last Saturday, ,rci - - ulted In a si ore of IS t 3 in favor of hc locnl cluh.-Fnink Thomai Wist hnvn wintlt nn the tnetinn f..r n'. .-,'',,V ....... , ".""."" islands, Miss Mam e Urush s tn assist In ''io approprinteness, easo ot access audi '.. ... " .7 . .i Vi- t. Ti i ,, , , . iJiwiviiic. imam wrana n ui ci i.ini' y ,i, f1.. .,i ,., ,,.., , V , V survelllimee lu";, ul v'"u eiicn nay 10 run me engine-) " '7U.,I;:- J'a'Woik. f? nd daugh- of yi1p Pal.k firo vMUpff ;ll ,x w tho dr goods le-p w lmrata J K. I.yn, e s '"'' ne nm, hc;a f humH m ,he wmt( 'L-? Ii K'K'a...r tclt'PhoSo b-'k foV'some inrdb:.. Sau.rday "."'l'Th 'L'V "-""Hrj; S 5,?.?,""rtr,W ! n "rent oi "Vo Uor"V?.S-"?t-: ll'l 1 1 LI 111 Illl'-L:il Jill' l.Sl I I I1LI III .II1IIL l' U . . iv. t. . . iJJti vuin.s llir Iiur ILi- til ai I.'' fl ' ...w ...v .n.i I' iiiiij l . .1 t ... . ti. l rt i . ., west towards Hurllngton a, tl.H place- .Vspec ted by " 11 whk "v i .MJr "'$11? Thm-d'y X wV-rraVi1 u ' r'"lr' Car'-" ls ot his busl- C. N. Farrlr.gton and wife togetnir with mi, , ,i,,. i i. , u. i . ... .i ,1,no tc teach this fall. Georg? Wilfeire, Jnuisdaj. She was .4 years of age and is r.a hieek n hi let m,i .,.,... ,i,.. I,, . , .. ....v.ti ii.i iiiiiuiii t i r nil nrj iiiL" Ui'l frt t. 11 . n niearns inn w 10 aro spenuing a fdmlly.-Miss Emma Ifallett of St. Johns tew days nt the Iodine .Springs house. ,.ry, who is visiting at J li. Calder bouth Hero.-Deacon h.-e.cr and wife wood's, entertained a large number of last week. years that h to leavo nod to her 11--1U U ll-l.llll'S 111 ..IUI I IS. 1I1U uisi 't.-l-v This is tlie brst time in four tlie deacon has been well enoun home. Mrs. C. 11. Stevens returuc heme in St. Albans last Satutday. Mis 1'rank I'arker was In Hurl'ngton last Sat uiday. W. II. Stearns and family aro camping at Caspian Lake1, Greensboro. bamuel sjcrlbner wmt to Uurllngion m , Monday.-Mlss JesMo Davis Is spending! w.ii.u,! in,, "I CRs .1 mime. , uarnt er iianer ot liutiaiu is visiting nis j iiaugnier nerc. .auss uorr from Keeme , mis nceii spenuiiig 11 lew nays wun irienus. iieic, rciurneu 10 ncr nomo on .Monua CAMBRIDGE. R. H. Hinds and family aro camping at Greensboro. Mrs. Elija Chaso of lirook llne, Mass., Is visiting at O. A. Sherman's. -Mr. Chas. Reed of Worcester. Mass., is tlie guthl of Mr. rnd Mrs. 11. W. Gray. Italllll MUlUfctt lllld (I s Gr.iv vl.inl Fl I- d.iv or Mt. Mntistlold M ii s ."..e-ei. eti-. ii. o. nnii.v with her daughter. Miss Winnie Story and KIUI I! U II II ITIIIIT. .I11PS ei e Similll U-elil 111' I Queen City Park on Friday to open their cutugo for the summer. Rev. E. Whet loci- attended the funeral nf Mrs. '""TV'1 Mon,I,iyT " 1 a Party of young peoplo to Helvlelere for a picnic on Wetlnc'day. iMIss Adele Twltchell returned to St. Al- buns on Tuesday. JEFFERSONVILLE. Miss Florence Mess., formerly ,i Read of Sprlnglleld, resident of tlil.t place V" nTT"Wf JH",1" cfll"lllo 0ri County league, Ntwpcrt.-llllam r,. Wood of Chicago. WESTFIELD called rn irier.ds hero tho past week. Nearly a half a century ago. Mrs. Weed' Mrs. Edna Cross of N. H. nnd Will taught the high school in the old brick wheel i,n,,...i,, n,i i.,.. r..ni, liarns and its tontuits, belonging to the it. Albans l.ospltal and occupied by a.cius Wesson, was struck bv lightning, nnd entlrelv destroved diirin? the thunder shower Satuiday night. Arrangements wi l be made to erect a new barn at once. Mr W II GrlswnM hi returned feme , v vP,,i mV- f-.- L?,? i n fcaratoea. N. Y.. and Mrs. '.rlswold will remain longer. D. C. GrUwnld and son Occrge and Miss Ilattle rl.-nvtib 1 die spendinr stveial weeks boating on Lake t'hampia.n. The Lamoille county conven- Itinn of the Christian Endeavor society ihold here last Tuesday was attended by , many pec-plo from all over the eoiinlv. Jt was a very interesting meeting. Tho l...lln.. ,. ...w.l,.. .. ...... A. 1 .. ....II.. 1 1 ... ... Good' Templars' hall.-Solonini Powell is staying with his daughter Mrs. I). M. Cornell. He is In very fecblj heiiltli.-MIss Alice Austin, who has been very serious- K- slel; lu In i.mi-.iii. ! I. r.-iil ler ! picsldent, Mrs. W. W, Smith, vlce-piesl- ibfil - Mrs Altro llniv.-inl ehniil.ilii- MK-u Mnrlnn fnmell seereterv M!kj V'ni-rle l.,, - , - n. Irenmi.er --i waterviijLi: George Bragg was at home over Sunday. " w' ""l'"-tl was in town over Sun- "lay llerliert Gordon hai moved ircm Morrlstown Corner, Into, a part of Will '''''tri' house. Mrs. I'icil Holmes of Johnson visited her sister. Miss Cortl.i at the I nlon church to a full bouts-. Sun- day e..cning.-Mi;s". Addle MeDii of Mtiiiehfr'tec, N. II., Is visltkig her illicit, Arthur Fairbanks. E. 11, W'lllej of Vcr mlllloii, S. D., Is visiting friends In town. STOW E. Misses Florence nnd Helen Be.irdt-ley of lirtoMjn, N. Y., are visiting their aunt. Mrs. W. H. If. Moulton, Huttle L. Veaien has- gone to Oucen City Park and Mrs. J. .1. Vearen with her two daughters' Is visit ing In Craftsbury. Mr.-.. Clara Bradley Nlles was tn town on 'IMesday on business cintifclrd with tho dutlcj of her allien as prcsldoit of tho W, It. C, department of Vermont. After tho regular meetlii3 of the W. R. C. Inst Friday n little social time was enjoyed at which cake and ice cream were nerved. .Mrs. B, E, Gates cf CT.Icngo arrived In town to pptud tin; re mnlr.der of the summer on Friday last, Sunday morning sha received a telegram telling her of Mr. Gates' death which oc- cmred In Indianapolis, Ind., where ho had gene ot. business. Trie remilns have been forwarded and the funeral took plaea at L. A. Pike's on Wednesdiy at 2 o'clocK p, rn. The Ladies' Unity nnd tho Congre gational societies will have u union picnic circle at P. D. Pike's on Thursday after neon with a sociable lu the evening. Etorybody Is cordially Invited ant request, ed to bring everybody else. Tho gentle men aro especially Invited to come to tea. Tho annual "Munn Picnic" has come to be nn established Institution. In aecord niire with t'lio custom of yirevlojs yeais the Munn family both near and distant will gather at tho home of Ira Munn 011 Thrusd.iy, Auk, 3, for lu usual observant establish I "own, last week.-.Mr. and .Mis. Thomas . . . nmv T-, (iWfll. J.urawy visited .1 Mortisville over .un- .,"' am, spnr 1. 'i"". " inw" inay.-i.imer i.iucn retnineu to nis numo -,, , ,. .... ii i.... .. .i.i: 1. ....... ' of Aug. " .UPton Mass . on iWaBo; . C U fr - 0 Mi NANS (JOUNTV. MOItOAN. Miss Allco Taylor Is stopping with her t'lstor, Mrs. H. A. llurtlett. ,S. U. Orny H building mi addition to IiIh burn nnd Kred Allen is building a connection between Ills i mmihlio on h vlstt.-Camperj from NPWcrt nro at the. Moore cottngc.-Mr. nl'(1 m. WHIInm Vinton invited their ,ir.lrri,i rr. t-.. mm .. ni'la'-Xi.'hy'0 .i'lK? mniln tin, limit-, ,.;,.. .n,.i,i .,.! .,, . and hostess tor John lluscy Is his broken leg. II. It. niake's buildings wero destroyed " iifiiuning last week, How K. II. Drain. nrd of I.os Angeles, Cnl., n brother-in-law of Mrs. Oaltnnach Is visiting at J. C. ! Cnttnuach's.-MiK. C. A. WheeliV and children aro lsltlng at J. T, lamlcrt's. Mis. William llncon and Mrs. W. K. Park- rf v.......... m ..i..i.. A rt. RnriinM'o mi.. ii.. or fl'om Ncw Je-'rsey, was taken III' last'.C wnfl"nBton. -'. I expected l ur- wcck. .miek .Mattlo Ciemicnt Is nttend! the IJnrton I Sc-ml arv school -A llrn . uon ocmniBrj scnooi. Allco man as been vis F F Snauh ini as returned frn. h"u : Llnw to N?i virfl rim ' -ircth 'of 'the' KxPreSs an" sTniulf, was M WP Ittntft lnal M, orv 0r Poston Is v di nt ' T ! Z k's -MIssT'ulu Ifennlv Uneifrilni m ",' 1 JA " , , , , ,Vde n'r K, n iVil-,1 ... ';",t m i r " ' . , . T.V"0,! L': V nl . J' lllbl.ard-s.-james;,,1(t ln " ." ,;: , Z ,V ... .. . . ,mTC bct" I"1"1 111 "ould's.. CltAFT.-IUTItY. Mis. A. X. Harrlman It attending tho KMinror school at llardwlck. There will '" "u wie .u. c. ciiurcn ne.i Mumiay on nccoimt ot the abseju e of th lunn.-in-sfit unm innn In town for a few Whitney Tcnney fiom liostrai "-' dhiiiiiii:i wu-.iiiuiir uu.n carnival and Illumination at Caspian I.ako last i.iiivw nisi. weeincsuay n:gnt.-Mr. and Mrs. John V ashburn from Montpolior nro visiting nuims n. it ii. r.pnraim .iior-e, aged -" wn nm 'unj run ui .ii. ana Mrs. Samuel Morse, died at their homo Saturday morning. '1 he funeral ...v... was i.ithy D- ,IC'1' Menday afternoon. Much s)mn is leu lor tlie ntllictcd family. -Itev r.vnns mis gene lor a six weelis' vaca tion. He will visit the White Mountains and other places of Interest before lilt i turn.- Lizzie Sawyer has been obliged to leave Mr. Daverson on account of sick ness :,eii lias gone to J. T. Fries. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wn'ter Clage of tlurllniuon aro llrn ndlnir tluir vacation here with Ills brother, Sherman iii.ge. GUiHFNSUOno. 0 Monclnv nfternoTn I tZ i r her ,.fcVcn,h bin 7 I pretty mes n s in'd all had i vL-v n- l 'viL time ,"- HARTON. Herbert J. Rlckford and wife of Now York city are visiting at Joseph Owen's. Prlncliial A. B. Crawford of Bellows Falls lectured nt opera hall Tuesday evening cn "Perspective in Education." Superintendent W. V Rocheleau of streator. III., spoko at thc same place ubject being "The Thursday evening, hi? Division of Africa Messrs Rocheleau J .T"i, r. "fii ' and Crawfonl and Miss n im Mltif iilm their work nt tho summer school last i ...... .. . ... ... "iiti -iiessrs. jinn aim x iirner, aim muu iinii r ih. in.i.,,niA ii.ic ....i, llllil .luscpil Mrs. T.nnri Hnitnuiii la vUill,.,- flenrtj ?" " ' " "i""m inu iiiuus.uiu . . ' " " ( nv It tnkes on Ihn nvernen nl.ent -H. D. Phillips, who ha.s been in Man- 'V' Awus mh ,wl accommodate thco cheiter, N. H.. for almut two years, haslwll can cnly KO for one ,Uy bought back the harness shori that he. I HROOKn ELD. "'' S""1 "), ,"n" W1" feion return to Barton to live, ,,,i, ,.i,...i . ..,. . ,. , - ;"' L ,"." "'r.....L . ,IC,r December : .. 1, Maro, the magician; January 1G, George Kennan; January 27, Fadette ladles' oicbcstrti CO pieces) of Boston; February S, Prof. John B. De.Motte of Bryn Mawr, Pa.; March lfi, Russell U. Conwell ot Philadelphia. A sixth entertainment. prnnaoiy a lecture, is yet to bo arranged i'illiam uerby of Mountalndale, Col. are tho cuesls of Rodnev Foster w. M u'nim. "r'"i was ni uraoiora laist week on busl- ncss. n. .mircy oi .Mass. was at .Mrs. N- c- Hoyt'it last week for his annual va- cation. L. K. Annis and wife went to No. Tro' hist week on account of tho Illness I of lelativcs. Miss Ida Bean camo hmn from Newport several days ago very sick with typhoid fever and whooping cough. I Rev. J. II. Wallaco of Richford preached in the M. E. church last Sunday. Miss Alice Winchester teacher in New Bed- foul, Mass. has wood's. been visiting tho At- DBRBY. Derby has had Its full share of barns lnti - tierl liv llt-hln.ne- .Inrl.ir. II... la.i or tluee weeks. Fnt m hultllngs, including 'l'Hn Innn I Iml oTKl. .1 i...,. 1 ... Karnes last week. Thtiriltv wnr -inn '.rK ",,s v.eei -ine . nnsiiui i.n- j.oint that UuidUig. Barton 17. Bartoii Landing li; r Vw-" ?L"1. T ie Barton team0 at nvrv S o5 Aa "roc-ls '-w...rt iiiing to incur ti, ,ul . ?SL1 J, !"? ", ,n.'?.r,. nen: Olysson has bought the Col. Randall larm. indirect benellt n large new barn where workmen wero nt complaint of State's Attorney Hale K, Hockley street expect to commence action , work at tho time, owned by Freeman ' Darling. Hood was sentenced to pay a IUm I against tho city to recover damages I P.lake wero burned July lllst. No persons dollar line for being Intoxicated and, HS,cai'sed by the widening of tho sticet. u ere sorlniislv Intllleil A II 1 1 lr ,rlj-l ..f.lln refused In illseliise un t luf ii e I nrl lv. 'i.i. Owllicr tn the fntline nf the vnleru 1,1 eeti iiown anil that passed near lav near tlie door wero struck near by. telephone poles were splintered and other il.itnntre rlnne tn the iAl,mhn.iAa In Ihn nbiee llnv. Mr. SenM n eele.-e,l minister from Tennessee once a slave, and 'sold upr.n the block, spok" In the Congre- gationnl church last Sunday evening. Ii 10. Allbee. who with his vlfo nnd daugh ter, has been spending a short time visit ing friends In town, returned to Arlington, N. J., last Monday. His family remains hero for the present. Thc encouraging symptoms in Mrs. Mary Nlckerson's case! -cx-Gov. Grout Is building a house tin his -,1 as the I.Uon farm. Garvin Magnon nml family nro in town from Stratford N. II. Dr. Coming's family and guests and Mrs, Frame Jcnno are at Lako Patk for a short tsme. OltANUE COUNTY. RANDOLPH. I'rnnlt O. Stevens has resumed hotel work at Hanover, N. H after a two weeks' Illness here from tho effect of tast ing the roots of poison Ivy, which ho had mistaken for gentian. Ho suffered rcvoru ly. his face being so swollen for a tlmo that he could not see, I George Moulton, aged about 0.1 and weighing 115 pounds, was Injured Saturday hall Thuriday evening, July 27th. for'thohls wheel thc other day and injured his by n fall from his wagon. As usual, ho year ensuing. Daniel Payon of Windsor, fnco to such an extent that Dr. Lawrence was preparing to drive to tho village but Myron J. Horton of Poultney and W. H. I had to tako six stitches and use a largo In turning around his wagon cramped t-o Brewster of Mlddlebury with several oth-'nnmunt of sticking plaster to close the ns to throw him out, nnd the fall, which cr visiting members of tlie fraternity were wound. Thc Sunday school children en wculd not have been severe for an ordl- present nnd assisted in conferiln-r tho tie. Joyed a picnic at Long Pond, Woodbury nary man, shook him up badly nnd It is erecs of Royal and Select Master on six tn Friday last. One of Dr. Lawrence's learen tnnt one ot nis legs, was nroiten. John White, son of Charles J. White. Is 111 with typhoid fever. Plans for a private fishing preserve on George Hatch's premises havo been mode by Capt. J. E. Eldredge, Postmaster Eld redge and A, B. Gay and work on It will soon be commenced, Charles A. Tinker, vice-president of the Western Union Telegraph company, nnd years ago a telegrapher at Northileld, vis lied OiK A- B. Chandler and R, J. Kim ball the last nf the week, Carl Hpear returned Saturday from llur Uutftui, wbr h wuul to nmko unanty ments lor cniisung in the regular army in me zutn regiment. , Dr. J. K. 1'rescott wan thrown from his cairlago at Wllllnmstown Saturday as a rtMtlt of a collision With a tenm driven hy two careless young fellows.,, HJsvlrtJurli'S necessitate the uso of crutche.y ft Sunday Mrs. William lMnrce bnd rtfrtiov- ed from her side seven tumorous growths iiiiii unci caused uer mucn mirreruig ni y. miss Martha Iidd of t'hazy Is visit Into nnd rendered ono hand practically Ing friends here. Miss Dora Harris ofl useless. Mrs. D. M. Cliambcrlln nnd her grand" dnugliter went to ilarnnrd Saturday to M'eiid sonio time with relatives. Hcrmon Morse nf Montpeller was down over Sunday. He has not sold his houo on the hill to W. F. Kmnrson, ns report ed, Mrs. I. t(, ttobblns nnd Mrs. K. C. Haln-r Imvo returned to St. AlVwis alter nnMid Ing a few days as guesfci of .MHs bblo 1 Clark. Mrs. Segar Is spcndlg a week In Wl nooskl ns n guest of her son, K D. Segar, who Is In the employ of the I'oilcf Scrttn company Hlchard Oram of Plttslleld, N. II. Is! spending a short vacation here, a guest at J. 1'. Chadwlck's. Mrs. M. CJ. Hooker ndlng!rl,vY ,lu'ro t..",nA ll0"ll.1hc 'fmcmljcr- Sher-l';'1 h0l; "H V.f.''' Sl '' Oln!'"ns. who e, m- urv.- ''Hc.tH millinery store hero for year . ''! 'n"11 ' lttle fleorge Hatch, win cut his head quite badly Monday by striking It as ha M. j ... "u . ' Illodgelt's barn, Is getting on nicely. Ilo, wns Prevented fiom falling to th. lower lloor co,,!,n' Frank win ,r""Ellt 1,lm ,,y ,l,e hcels M h,m "ntM cnmp- I Mw. Solon Hnlham's baby has neatly ,t -r. sn fin s in t 'a in n nna lift: i v , seriously affected with ulcer. Willi..... A... .t i,, ii 1... . ...w.n.i-,,v. uif H'uin inu William Ames nf I'elerboto. .N. II.. has'tiiiu- nl i.... i.,t,..,. i I br 1m 1 1 r h'i l i""' T nte It ' Al ,;" " T ilt . en li?:' IT r ?r . n ', .'; Inl biiine' If' 1 1 full H, ,, I irl, Tl , ' leeienn; l m ? , S " n ' 1 . I ... X 1 , , 1 T, r rVJ " ' m fNpt'.1tPct hat the Itiindolph orchestra will he ill at- lenoance. .-1111 r.iniiuisiur iihs rcsiimcn wor en ,..,., , ' .7 .,, . .' , ' ' Montpeller this week ID , i-i i.AM ..i-- i . , . . , . . J" ...... i . " ' nnonlea H13I-eri who nni, vVe iei. ,..e ..,.., t day to Fttoml a two weeks' .in iu niii-i"! J....T- vacation from . q,.,,!...,, i.niib .f i,.7i ng.t Dank. Colla Moulton . rV.Hr. Tn..ln -.l. l 11.. .11. .1 , . ., v ii.iinii-.-iiiii ui.u ' Monday at the Moulton homestead aft, t- I ni nTrnl ,veaS'i,ela0 wJl 'I'., Z.'.? . era, was ne we, nes, ,y afternoon Cfii.ducllng the funeral -en l'e, Ml! "unl" 1 crn K work In .be postoiheo Tuesday. Miss Winifred Child- WILLIAMSTOW.V. Rev. P. P. Werner and wKe and Miss Mjrtle Pcaver arc away for a trip up the who has been at work In a market In Uarro survived by four children, all of whom foe two months. Is nt work for Waller W'erc with her during her last days. They Dlbbell of Urookfleld. Joel A. Bass is "re" Mrs. O. G. Uarron. wife of Col. Tiar playlng at thc Gem Theatre, Peiks Island. ron or Faliynns, Albert D. Lane and Mrs. ",,,jlnR Mt thc Gm Thoatw. Pe.ks Island, ilalnc' IIU sl!,tcr' J,,1,a "" of f5o,r',"'lllp. Mass.. has lately spent a week there.-Mrs. Sylvia Town of Straffoid Is vlsltlng at George Colby's. No service iwa.t held at the Congregational, rliurch f ,""uai. :, ln " ' , nK,awn' " nit.."'" ccmeier, vacallon.-Klmball Planchanl nas 'bought' tlie old Asa Simons place north of the vll- '"fl ,of. '"'""iMrator of the estate of ;,,T ' ,, ' , ' , nntoti. con - slderatlon. JIM.-Fred Brown na mov.d from tho Poolo house to the tencimnt mi . H0'!:" 8.lr1' lat,l'J' vacated by H, S.j '"'""'"e-ocvirai memners or me t nl- orsalist parish aro planning to visit . . ..".. ... ' V ? "";"" me grove nieeu. ..leeway, one live 1001 wain and cnpanio Ot Unit llennnillln I Inn fr lie he ,1 Ili..iilrtr sllnTinrt.nr- 9S Irtiiu tnm- n,n lu n T ,.,, ., -.i --- --- Ai.gusi .in to nm. An excursion on p'rl Trnnk Wllocx and Mahln P.lack aro vis iting relatives in Brandon. .Mr?. Ulck- lllllK ICHUIVIS 111 lirillllion. .lir?. 1JIIK ford is visiting her d lughttr. Mrs. lCil waru jncKton, Bessie 'nioring of Bane Is John If. Sent3r, Esq., Mayor, Montpeller,! at A. G. milliard's. The L'nlon nf 1. t). Vt.: I O. T. was held with this lodge. July 2Stli, , My Dear Mr. Mayor: I have, your favor' A large number from out of town were of the 31st tilt., and quito ngrte with wbnt prectnt. An address wns delivered by Ri v. ynti say in rogard to tlie gi.ns in question, R. 11 Aliertvomble of BrnokfleW. Rt v nnd It would seem to mo a very approprl C. H. Mtire. n former pastor of the First nte thing for the State to do to mount j and Second chinch, nlled imi his nif.uy them on the Statu House m-iimds. Thnl fit urge Wlneler visited at Ira Caipen- ter's last week. CHELSEA. Col. Curtis S. Emery with his wife and three children left town lawt week Friday ior juie .iorey, wnere iney are in speiin the month of August at their coltag". Mrs. Henry Wardner and her sister, .Miss obstacle in th wny erf the governor's" pro Helen S. Steele, both daughters of thu feeding under the ioint resolution to nro- lto Jnson Steele, for many years a prom'- nent citizen of Chelsea, were In town last week. Their father was cashier ot the old Orange county bank some sixty years, "K0 and from here ho went to Windsor, i wht re they now live. George Hood of, iCnrlnll, , .. I.rnnnl.l . OI.elun., l.,L.'l,n n fAt l.olt .-,tl, l,el,.-ee., .1,., Wednesday' and bound over to County court in tlie sum of ilvo hundred dollar-)' by Justice Emery for an assault with I dangerous weapons upon his son tlie Sal- , unlay before, having been engaged in a lll-llnl. en reu- On Kntllnln hiul lii.ferei Justice John M. Comstock at Corinth on nl-'wns nrougnt over to Chelsea jail, wnero he stlil languishes. On Tuesday last an-! other cae of drunkenness eamn up before Justice Comstock which resulted In tho reinondent pleading guilty nnd disclosing llnnn n w-nrthv eltw.en nf Uniwlnli-ih Chnrles 11 fnrwln nf Rnmerv.lle i.n.l hu1 hrother, Harry J. Corwln of Lowed, Mass., arrived in town Tuesday afternoon lo remain a few weeks, tho guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. It. Corwln.- Elgin D. Barnes, the landlord of Orange county hotel, has sold his handsome bay horse to J. II. Gllnn of Nowirort, N. II., for $173. Misses Nellie nnd Laura Cotton' of Claremnnt, N. H are visiting Mrs. ' J-orris E. Hood. Franklin E. Davis of Lebanon, N. H was recently in town on j a visit. -William C. H. Wallace nf Orange, i a former resident nf Chflsea, aged II years wns htought beforo Justice Com- stock on Tuesday on complaint of State's Attorney Darling eharging him with - raping his eighteen years old daughter, I Inn, and wns IkiuiuI over for his appear-! nliro In County Court. At n town meetlnir recMiitly held, It wns voted to nsst-ss a llvo cent In in niiv Inn n i,.,. rea ,,,el,l,,n and nlso voted to lay on tho table the ar - licie in tno warning calling for an nddl- ir highway purposes.-MIss of Lenox, Mass., Is visiting 1 ... "1 llcnal tax for Penile Slack of her lister. Mrs. Herman Camnbell of 1 licrman Campucll Washington. RUTLAND COUNTY. BRANDON. Farmers Council No. n. 11. .:- S Masons held their election of officers nt Masonic candidates. , . n 11 ,, , , Rev. R. II, Ball of Fair Haven will preach In the congregational church i r.i v o Sunday morning nnd evening In exchange n- . . , , .. V. ..... . wun ncv, w. m. intcnocK,r-Mls etina Elthon'e of Bridport Is a guest of Rev. O, E. Cady and wife, Miss Alice South- worth of Rutland Is here visiting her, miner. misses u.usy Boyce and reuie Williams of Putney returned Saturday af- ter a vNIt among friends.- .Miss Minnie Geer of Albany Is a guest of Dr. II R. JotR-a una fumlly, ilia, Anna Burlwlnh j id' Tuesday morning for llrls'of l'enn. via Albany, New York nnd Washington, U (V Miss Kllza Potter Is spending tho week in Fair Haven. Mrs. V II, HheMui of C'lieyenno, Wyo., I.s here visiting rela- tlves.-Mrs. Anna Hunt and children re - .turned to Washington, D. C. Memday, aftui- n stnv'nf tun weeks M Karnsworth Is here from I'lattsburgh, sJ Port Henry is hero to snctiil her vacation Willi relative WAS1ILNUT0N lUlUNTY. MONTPnUKIt. While ex-Mayor Oeorgn II. (luernsev was visiting In the South last spring lin conceived tho Idea that Montpeller, liclng the birthplace of Admiral Dewey, yhgllld not be foigoltim In the distribution of trophies of tho war with Spalm. During his Journeylngs hi tho South, Mr. Clucrn sey met Secretary Long and appealed to him for aid In obtaining at least two plrew of Spanish artillery, The secretary wan very courteous and referred Mr Guernsey to the ordnance department at' Washlnirinii. nn u-nn lntmmi.1 n.o. n, only wny tho deiKirtment could scn-e him! i.n the matter was by action on a pMltlon.l A pflition was prepared nnd signed by tho1 members of the Vermont delegation In PomrretM. nnv Rmiiii mui ih en ors of Montpeller. On Wednesday ovcnlwig .nr. uuemsey appeared before the City Council, stated what he had done and! presented a Pirtmen K mi gr I from the S s,me,,Hl teller from the nrilnnnee lformlng him that tho Petition granted mid that two naval guns Spanish cruiser Oastllla, which' "r "H... 11 ;,,n" ,n ,my .' '.""IMI had iectl asslcned to tbn nC MnMi....lln rl. . '''"I Tlioy aro six nnd'ono-iialt nchM cnnhre ani1 ',,'0,,, 21 r l-"BHi. Ml,r:,t """"'I' M''lf" "! Achieve- lnt"l!, ot A-""lrn' IX-wey" one of llu KUn" lH ,1"I,,J- s,,own' JIr- "uornsey Btult., t0 ,lle coun(., tllat )10 ,,,, lnteI1,,(M t complete his schemo by Retting thol I guns to this city nn.l havo them mounted. ' but , . i,e,iln, i,n,i i i-r.i 'lui " wiuiikh were oiiiciany con to him for his efforts In tho matter, iu "ii" iui ins uiiui is in ino inaiier. I no .... ,.x-mnyor responded that what he had aow hnfl rlvpn Mm Ple-nsure, as would nnxMiiintr hn ertn ii .lr. n un t r Mcmtpellcr's Interest and honor. His only ""e 'inl i-u H1U1.-. T , llns , shipneil nt the exnense of thc V, ' ! ' "nn 'm' ",. ' ,of,ned to the "JSlStawrt t (hc ,0Qn w perllcUml nlKl lno trol""p will be most appropriate moll- "'""". P'?5 "'rth, of the, vl n. .'loiupe nor s iieroie son. city nnd that thev should be nlnro,! either In the State House grounds or In tho park which was recently left to the city. Tho PnPll'-'r opinion seoms to favor the capitol wn of Fabynns, Albert D. Lane and M, 'f-S. rophy of Montpeller and Dr. Geor K Lane of Boston. The fur..-ral w held from the house at two o'clock Wc eorgo wns Wed- "csday afternoon, Rev. J. Edward Wright olliclatlng and tho burial was In Green The- contract for the new Charles street biI'Ikc wns awardeel yesterday by the city 'rojmcll to the Oroton Rridge Manufi.ctur- ing company of Groton. N. Y .. the nr Hi heing H. R. Brlggs. renresenil. Hie eivnion.. la I.. II, n l... .l .1... the company Is In the city nnd Hie coin- tract will probably be signed within a few tinyt-. tne orioge is to ne a steel truss structure of 200 feet snan. IS foot nlank ,,-....... . ., .una uvuii .11.-1KI11. I ftMm GOV. I Mayor Senter hns received ...... t. .. .. . . ..... ....... . .... - .. Sn.lll. Ihn .iihlnln.,! rl,. . .1.., ul.. 1 '" " .-J"iuiwu IU-.IU IU re,. .i . i . 'ill 1 ,, . recently addressed to His Exce cney n the matter of the Spanish guns and tho S1!'!':!0" f U,C VMllm rolal1', lO Wie S.IIIIO. . SI. Albiins Ann- 1 troubles me, however, is the I -,..,'i.i..'., . '; .i,,. , Vi. ' ,,.?.. 'n' ' . the city of Montpeller bo tho expense In view of tho ecelved by having tho guns located at Montpeller? If so. 1 will be glad to co-operate with you in bringing about the desired result. Very truly your.-, E. C. SMITH." Lawyers and persons familiar with, nnd ivlng lnrce experience in State affairs. having large experience in State affairs. oxnress tho onlnlon that there is no local cuio the guilt and incur all the expenses of transportation nnd mounting. n a TtTtF ,wl Tho annual picnic of the Clan Gordan will tako placo next Saturday. There will from the Burns club and Clan Gordon for the Clan Gordon cup, now held by tho Burns club. The dedication of the now city hall will take place on Friday and Satuidny even- intra A number of tho real estate owners ci give me i ny rouncil power to issu i otitis for the extension of tho water system,! worn has ceased and the Italians havo heen sent back to Boston. ..,...,, Alllll., Rev. R. V Freemnn Is vlsltlncr frlenrto In Urookfleld this week. Pllna Parker lost one of his best horses Tuesday. The local hase ball team went to Granville Satin- day and played a sucessful game of hall, the score being four to eleven. In favor of Warren.-Jcss Shaw ts quite 111, ns aro W. B. Tomlln nnd Don Stone.-A. J. Hurt- shorn spent a part of last week In Mont-,1" pellcr. Miss Nina Dlvoll visited friends In Northfield Inst week. George Long and , Ir , . wife visited In Northileld three days last1, Vm"" r?llllnf,s waB T0,'1 f,.r rtn"Vkn"s week.-Carl Hatch ! in town.-Dr. Sp'.ller Vist lles,,ay;, . nnl,0'lle(1 -Mrs. Allco C. is visiting at George Camp's.-Fra'nk Cat- i"011',' ,of Montpeller, a guest at tho penter, who has heen foremnn for Pnrkcr, Washington house, was sick n few dajs Slayton A Co. for several years, hast ae-'1"-"1 "r, B am" V"'00 0 , ceplcd a situation as manager for James ,,;on vl'lted at Mr. Campbell s last week, Pleico.-Mrs. Robert Long had a very bad r',lu Homo Circle- met at Mrs. Husey s Paralytic shook last MfKiday.-BenJamlii la7 wt ek.-Mrs Bronson, who has been Buzzell of Moretown visited friends in "'K ror u"3 lmbt ttiW wewks. Is hotter. town last week. Herald ami May Robin. sun lire v.altlnn- In llni In I ree Willi .. ... Cnrtlell and wife aro svendtng a few days in Bristol, .Moses Long and wife of Wultsdold 'wcro'ln town last weok.-Miss J'lcrce for tho past month, teturned to his Allco Long has llnlshed work In tho post- hamo. !" ew- ork Mondny.-A daughter ... .... . wi u trtrn t f lf a n1 At na Ilnnru II n flint olllce and tcleiihone exchange. .Miss Maud Moore takes her place. Mrs. Cora Oovo Is visiting her parents for a few days. WORCESTER Mrs. Owen of Danby Is tho guest of herf'1:'3 !"n appointed town liquor agent friend nnd school mate, Mrs. V. E. Law- lence. Seth Nobles took a henrler fmm horses left the tloctor in the road last Frl- ny ana went nome, leaving wie rsmnints lot the wsgon on the vvood plle.-HenrylrcCentiy.-Mr6. Calvin Roblnfun visited Abbott Clair Templcton and Leo Kent of 1 i,cr sltler, Mrs. Maria Jones In Woodstock Montpeller with Arthur Bntchelder of i,-t Pridav.-chnrleH nohlnsan of mnianri 1, r- , . . Barre epent Sunday In town. FAYSTON. A party of eleven visited the "slide off on Monday, Including Mrs. Haitla Bragg Ainsworth, daughter carol jn and son, Walter Scott of Minneapolis, nnd Misj Winnie Perry of Chlnopeo Pull. M.ihj. Tlie slldola still nu Intel eating and fuvurlto ivborl jur ploasufo purlins and plcJilw. - r - OSTEOPATHY ! f t I , I 'I tvrlto for booklet on Osteopathy, which gives you n full explanation and knowledge of the science nnd the best method of treatment known. Oste-opithy Is peculiarly successful In ' tho tioatment of nervoiiH diseases; nnd , also In the treatment of , diseases of women, . of which MRS. D. K. nOZISliDH makes a specialty, ' All examination and treatment , hy appointment. , Ofllco hours: 6 to 11 n. m. : WILLI AM W. BROCK, D.O. ; 134 State Stroet, Montpolior, Vt. Telephone, 33-2. J When writing mention Free Prcs. ---- -- -- T John Jcnes rccentlv fell donn the sinlrs ne nam striking Ills arm on a scythe nnd cultlnc a bmir lmihIi .Mr nml Mi a II . x... ....i., ... ... . i. . uvL-iJliui Ul ll'.ll isoil, lnn., VlSliea . f. n i.. i. ' . .. Thompson w l spend w wXks w th her aged mother and her sisters In Hunting- ten, P. Q. Her daughter. Mrs. Hcn,V Hood nf Wlllhimstowii will tako chaige of her homo during her nbseuco. NOKTH F VYSTOV -NOKTH A 1 hTON, Miss Jennlo Hathaway ot Moretown vls- te( Per urandnarents t in Hist we.lt linn .Miro nrr nuu ni-iri i iu iinh ,n nr and . ....... ..u.iw.-. ui -""rsmield are visiting Mrs. M. K. Davis. -''ames -Neil went last week to visit his u.iuKiuer ui wic. .unr.v rieicner nosnit.w. J1- 131 lP Morso visited a; her sister's, Mrs. M. F. Davis rocontlv Near lv rill the , . . . . . -w 'armcrs nnve niusneii naying nnd say that I'ny Is of belter quality than last year. !,V,0Uh "f.tMr. n.l Mis.Stephei, Johnso,, visited U: Northlleld tho past "v""' WATERBURY. y few people even In Waterbury ical- amoutit of food It tnkes to sunnlv ,no c;n uay. -tiiere Is on tho average 375 pounds of beef and 12."i jioiuids of other meats uscel each day; 35 dozen eggs nnd 12 bushels of potatoes and three narreis or Hour nro nlso consumed each and is tc erect a dwelling house Miss Humphrey passed uwiy at her homo Saturday afternoon at the age of "0 years. She had many friends wno will mouin her less. The funeral services wero hold nt her homo Mondny afternoon, Itev, L. K. Willman oHlci.Hlng. The funeral services of C. F. Clough were held at the Congregational church ttS Th" " ' ,.11:; huniiay nfternocn and were very largely zemvii. Rev. G. E. Lndd condi'ieted tho . i.. 1.. 1.1. . . . l ","1 VJ?""0" ""J .. " "."".'. " " " wtumii .,.' ,i..'., i illui'am Mal.,p hlanchaitl and two ilnuchtrt-s of Ashm-nnt Miss -ire snnnrt "'TV fL' m?!,'' JI;,6d.r,i spend- nih irn un ILI1 .ill . J. I.U11I III. JIr3- j, w .Mo0(ly and dauKhter Julia. ... ..: u u.i.i, lnl .Mrs. v. R. Elliott aro spending few nays in Boston. MM,er I- . I. , Westport under the nusp ces of the I. O. n i,- nnior. from mmmii., iVoV,,tni.,i ,?n,,hWaterhurv MontPcllcr- I?'lolph J. W Moody is acting a, editor pro-tem ,, ,.e ti r, tituuklli u i.. ... iii ,1.-v-iii- wi ji. v. .villi 1,11111 I. nu 111 ill Boston on a pleasure excursion. Miss Hello Cooloy and Miss Jesslo Straw spent yesterday yachting on, Lake Cham- plain. Mls Lottie Ladd Is spontllng a few days at her homo ini Woodstock. Mrs. G. E Ladd is visiting friends In Lexington, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. James Fife aro visiting for a few days in Sunoook, N. II. E. T. Hayes of Clinton. Mass.. Is spend ing a few days in town. Mrs. W. J. Redmond fell down stairs Sunday and received quito serious Injur ies. Erwln Cooky gavo tho young ladles In town a pleasure ride on his yacht which is now on Lake Champlaln yesterday. An effort is being miulo to form a stock company to purclinso tho opera houso block. It will be capitalized at H5,0f). Nino thousand dollars preferred stock and $0XiU common stock will bo issued. SOUTH WOODBURY. The Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs. Cnlcb Sabln Wednesday afternoon, Augast 9th. Mis. Cyrus Sprague Is at North Montpeller, caring for lier daughter-in- law, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Clara lX1 'f", hP1" thlt'c chllUren ,3 visiting at her old home. NO RTH FIELD. Observer W. A. Shaw of the United States weather bureau reports a mean temperature for July of tn degrt-es with iv '"''i,'"1""1 ' " , , n minimum of.,37. 0". th0 lst- Tho rainfall amcAinted to ,, , . '1 ' 1 ralll"K on lb days. A light frost Occurred 011 tho 31th. Tlie pre- .ii ...- .-.ui.i,,., lllf' month was made up of three clear, 21 partly cloudy and soven cloudy days. PLA1NF1 ELD. Carl Foss was ot homo over Sunday. Archie and Viola Lamphero Of Calais Vis "c" "lancno oemis tin ouiiuaj.airs. u. r. -Merlin is in uarro canng 101 ner motner, who was taken sudden y 111 w-hlW visiting another daughter who liven thuM. At tha htarlbsr held Monday ovenlug. the liquor recently seized from R. B. Little was con- Ilcm,neV, aml loriouca.-.tiurray t.utier u Burnngicn. MIDDLESEX. Chester Harnett d!td Tuesday of Inst W II It 1IUI11 II purtliyilO SIltlCK, Ugtid DU Fum-rat Tliursday.-Owen Devor, who hns lieen visiting hla cousin, Mrs, w;ih bom to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barnett July 29th. Wednesday, August nth, tho Home Circle will hold n lawn party at tho homo of Mrs. 10. L. Campbi II. Tha iamlly of Henry Safford aro suffering from scarlet fever. Mr, Henry Nichols Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Wyman visited at Mr. Campbell's over Sunday. Ml SUlt COUNTY. SOUTH READING. Edson Sawyer, who enlisted In the army a mcnth ago, has gone to Cuba. A party went from here to Cavendish Gorge lost M'eelf 1 Mrs M n rr llit.iu nml il.imrhlar visited her parents, Alonzo Hoyt nnd wtfo ' ' " " . . ----- - came Suturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Robinson. Mrs. Reuben Douglas has purchased the farm known as tho Sawyer stand of Gilbert A. Davis of Windsor. SOUTH ROVALTON. Mr. nnd Mrs, Young, who have been visiting Rev and Mrs. W, W Mann for thu puai l'uw woclia, returned to thulr home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Shumrd. of Massachusetts1 wero guests at Ihn South ltoyaltou House over Sunday. Tim, Misses Hewitt, who have been visiting at their unclo', J, H. Hewitt's, return to their homo In Worcester, Mass., this week. Mrs. JameH Oow and daughter Mono, who have been staying nt II. II, ! Whltcomb's during tho past seven weeks, returned to Uarro last Saturday afternoon. , Miss Uzzlo Pratt Is visiting nt Charles West's. Mrs, William Ciisliman and dnugliter, Miss Carrie, havo been guests at Kdward F, Smith's tho past week. C. P Tarbell went to Mllten last Satur day to bo with his family for u few days. A picnic was bold at Iako John last Thursday. Mrs. Fred Hudson and chil dren arc spending the summer at James mucks, w. M, Sargent goes to Cninn Martin, Milton, Wednesday for a few days.. Miss Sllsail Mntcalf. whn lint heen , teaching In Springfield, Mass., Is the guest of Miss Minnie Metcalf. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Hlnghnm nre the parents ot n daughter, born last week Wednesday. Mrs. Kent It sick with pneumonia. Mrs. ; Meycttc of White Itlver Junction Is car ing for her during her Illness. IIFAD1NO. Mr. Kdson nnd son, Harry, have been visiting In Lebanon, N. 1 1. Mrs. O. S. Holden, Kato Grlswold, I.ena liuek and Kmma Itoot nro nttonding the summ-r school nt Chester. A diughtor wan btrn to Mr, and Mrs, B. K. Gllson e,n July IS. Miss Chnse of Watertown, Mass., Is with her sljiter, Mrs. Mary Hatch. -P.ov. 0. II. Wells of Hurllngton la at Mr. Slaytou's Mrs. Mary Fisher of Ilutland is u Mr. D. P.Sawyer's; Mr. O, Skinner, wife and chll 1 mill slsterof Chicago nnd Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Davis of IVadford arc at tlie Vallev hmne Misses Lillian and Julia I-ny of llolynke. Mass., nro at Mr. Frank Wat klus'. Mrs. Morris Newton of Spilnglleld Is at P.. M Newton's. Thu Fnlversalist so ciety hidd tt very successful social last week. A O. Ciioll.lge. and son Paul of ltmland, were in town on Monday. A party went from Felclivllle mid spent u night on Ascutney Mountain last week. ttOCIIFSTKIt. I Rev. Mr. Tuttle and wife from Spring field are. In town, Curtis Chlpman and wife from lioston have been in town re cently, thc guests of Frank Chlpman. Mrs. Ditty from Wllllamstown has been vlsitlfig her mother, Mrs. Olive Chaffee. Mrs. Frank Adams of Montpeller has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. Ford and Mrs. noli Tupper. Mrs. lMna Chae from Wf St ?fV Inn la 111 truvn frf fmf u'nnlrg -Mrs. Herbert Woods has returned to her homo in llethel. Mrs. Chas. Sarge'it from New Hnven, Conn., Is nt the old' home. Ernest Herch from IjowcII. Mass.. I Is visiting his aunt, Mis C. Kinsman .William Ellis from Northtield has been vlsltlng his uncle. Frank Ellis, a few days. ,' " "--H1".uian railroad, which wbl ,'onii - e -L. M. Kent Is slowly rt covering from!,11"' I"1"1'1 with eastirn m.irketi l.ea ii iinriK-lle .linnli .,.,.1 ii- ii- HUrllllgtoll, the TI 1 1 Tt ll 1 1 Is belllj nl, C llnll from Randolph wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tupper lust week. A. .Armstrong aim wife from Hnrton aro boarding nt Normaii Harvey's.- Walter Ii. Clailln from Newton Centre, Mass., Is at T. H. Martin's for a few weeks. Mrs. Ilazcn has gone to Gaysvllle. Mr. Ken dall from North Hollow Is clerking for H. H. Cushman. Cortez Ilron.ton. Fred Marsh, Wesley Hnilgklnx, Lutio Halley, Edward Morse. Leo Stockwell, Harvey Richardson, Geo. Greeley and William Ilubbardnccomp.anled by thelrwlvcw spent a few das at Lake Dunmore last week. Edward Abbott and mother from Rut land have been In town this week. CHESTER. Workmen began repairs op the burned portion of Hotel Fullerton last Monday ' C r,1-'llan roa'1 ls completed this will lu morning and it Is hoped that within two ono ot "'f most traeled lines i.i the East, weeks everything will be in readiness to Tho future of Grand Isle is certain to La resume business in tho house. Dr. Emer- Prosperous and linppy. It cannot bo oth son of Boston came up last Friday night J'wl!,p- Already men of wealth ate pur and stopiKil over Sunday with his family I chaslr.g the desirable building sites alon.; who are guests of Mr. and .Mrs. 'J. E. Pol-If"0 lakc' shorc hundieds of cottasca lard.-Mr. B. E. Rlggs was in Boston! over h"vo he 11 erected thereon. Sunday -Miss Emma Bonley who has Dozens nf firmers now cater to tiiej been with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Blckford l!'ceds oC tnp Rl"i'ner boauler, and at thesa iihs rciurneu 10 ner nome in wnipole, is, II. Mr. C. F. Prior, principal of Chester High School, gave a brief talk on elocu tion and rendered a programme of read ings before the Windsor County Summer School here Tuasday might. A game ot base hall huro last Saturday afternoon be tween Chester nine and one from the sum mer school resulted In favor of the latter, 6 to 4. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dodgo are in Amherst, N. II. Mrs. Hugh Henry and e.l.-,. At ill. ill iiuiiuo UL uiiiiiinir. .lliisa., 11 1 u guests of Mrs. R. Cobleigh Mr. and Mrs. Holies were formerly residents of this village. One new name wns added to tho membership loll of tho Hemy Relief Corps last Wednesday evening -Albert Hl.n. whe. h,. hee 111 I. lia,,.r Alti..r "?xA.r5M,.r ."pUnK oi the rnljotl 6r.Ier ui iiiL uomni L-rns occurs i- niiay evn in tr of tills week, Tho now Instructor. for xnis ween at tno Windsor county sumnu-r principal of training department Castleton "on oi Con ird ' N. II., a' topp i here " ' m',"15' Pe?P':- A' "V with Mr and Mrs II E Stockwell Mlssl3,1 "" ,l!"h " faw houra 'nst rflU'rdu , Emma ii exacted Lro MoTlUlv. "&"t 0Ur ra,n"' f0r Mm til.... ijnii n t n 1 ... ai tl.lS. norman school; Mr. H. K. Whlttnker. i '" superintendent Brattloboro sehools; Louis 1 ?"h"Ih' " ftock In order to secure ,i, P. Marsh, superintendent srhoMs, Holv-' n,ew railway that will run north from thae? oke. Mass., and Hon. Henry llouck. d'e-:clt and renctrato now terrItor' puty State superintendent, Hnrrisburg, I A relative of General Funston in Dej Penn. There seems to be n marked In-' Moines, Iowa, says of the general: "Hu crease In the Interest of the school this ' pictures make him good-loohing, but to week, and It Is considered one of tho best was, I think, the very homeliest boy 1 ever ever held In this vicinity, The town's peo pie nro dally visitors to whom a cordial Invitation is extended by the managers.. MORE REVENUE NOT WANTED. (From tho Philadelphia rres.) There will rn no legislation by Congress to increase the war revenue and none is needed. A muddled despatch sent out ly ....jo,..,, w, . ai,i,,. er, a press glven many persons the impression that h , ' ,,,. , , ul " more revenue Is needed. But such is notl!,olon' Jh, "hrary eievupies three spae- the easo. According to the present outlook there will be a .surplus at the end of the next fiscal year of about Jta.OuO.oiO to be applied to the sinking fund. And If tho receipts keep on Increasing tho surplus will be larger. There were some error.t and defects In the war revenue net which need correc tion. Tho House passed a bill ln the last Congress for that purpose, but It did not pass the Senate. That body had so many cranky members who threatened to press tariff amendments that tho republican? regarded it as useless to try and pnss the House bill, But n measure for that pur pose will unquestionably become a law nt the next session. The object will not be to increase the revenue but to correct er rors and moke such changes ns exper ience has shown to bo advisable. The Internal Revenu Commissioner will, It is ruportcii, recommend a tax on the sale or rental of all iwitonted nrtlcles. That would appear to be a wiso proposi tion. Tho owner of a patent has n mono poly by gift of the government. That somn return should be made In tho wny ol 11 tax on the articles sold under the monopoly Is only reasonable. Express and telegraph companies nra now favored, in asmuch ns they pay 110 tnx on their mon ey exchange buslntss, nlthoimh bankers or others who engage ln lhat business pay o yearly tax of $S0, Each telegraph or express oliico doing n slmllnr business should pay a llko tax, These companies should nlso be mndo to pay the stump tax Instead of Imposing It on patrons. Chnrges of that kind can and will be made and tlie tuxes removed from some things on which tho burden Is imnwes sarily heavy. But no legislation for tho mere purpose of Increasing- tho revenue is needed. ' DOORS, WINDOWS, BUNDS AND GLASS. We would respectfully call the attention of all parties intending to build, or make repairs, to our large stock of the above goods. All regular sizes carried for immediate ship ment. House Finish, and odd work of every description, furnished to order, upon short notice. Small orders receive the same careful attention that we give to large ones. Our prices are low We guarantee all work. MORGAN BROS., Pioneer Shops, - Burlington, Vt MAGNIFICENT GRAND ISLE. Tim Oennrom Way Nature lint Dealt With riiiimpUlii'i Itnniitlful Inland, Tho following hnnilsomo tri'V is paid?, to (Jrnnd Islo In editorial cxjrrLMwndLiicc of tlie Fair Haven Urn; (fraud Isle! Well was this lovely Island named. It Is a grand islo; (trand in na ture's endowment, grand In scenery, gruiid In location and resources. It has been aptly designated "The Harden of er mcnt." I can wi ll Imaglno the delight ,hmI surprise with which tho early oyagcrn (list gnEcd upon thin verdant spat, with Its trees and shrubs growing with almo O'-' tropical luxuriance. With tho Migln for est nllvo wltli wild game and the wnler.f surrounding It teeming with ll-,li, the is-, !',ml. Viil. ,mv" B,'me,l IsiruiHso to thosirt1 iu mm i-i .1, xl is nut ui wic pas', hoiMver, but of tho present 1 would rlte. From one end of the Island to ur- othir'V the set nt ry Is one constantly changing;', panorama of beauty. From north to suutlk tlie ihstitr.ro Is thirteen miles, nnd th'j width nit rages three miles- from east b west. A generous bit of bind, Indeed, that the lake has dellvired unto man, utid thu most piccU'ctlve of any In Vernunt. A tiiiignincant main road, wliir-h is tho delight of tho bicyclist, stretch" from, north to south. Ther are over foity mhei of good toads cn the island, the scenery' at e,-n-y point thereen varying from th-j quiet beauty of rolling hillsldo and eivclv vallej, to tin- precipitous cliff -i which Ira placc rise sheer fiom tho water's edgo an hi'iidted feel from which vnnt'ige point: may be seen the broad expiin'o of waters. The landfchpe Is peaceful and quiet and conducive to the rest, tranquility mid lon gevity of Its people. The productlviness of tho soil Is pile ik menu I. 'I he Island is divided into smalt' farms, upm v.hlch tlie erupt pe,uliir tn tills climate are product d. Many of tho farnor.t cun dallies ot fnim two to forty cows, tlit- milk being sent to tine., i-xrel. lent creanurles which they suppnit liaiid son ely. Gi'ni.d Isle piople nre beginning tn .-co the iidv.intiigi s of the small flints, .md ai dlrtct.'tig tholr attentkn more and mora to hortleulluie. Sti awberni s, ra-i lieirlta, blackl erries and other fruit as w- II at garden vegetables pioduee wondert,il,y, the size ot the fi tilts as well as th - qti i' lty being ery superlcr. Grand s'.e p,l .i have tlie reputation of being the best Pi size mil flavor cf any gtowti In the east. Tho sensor, on iome parts of thc island Is twn weeks earlier and two weeks i.iter tr.un It is on tlie main land, giving .ts pc - ' P,p a Ki f:ia nl''tage over their ti -i ...f' 1 rf'U drawback h-r tofore has hem . " ' oC tlansisn tatlon f.iihti s i K,',t'n products ti- market. This will L I'll'nlnated with the enmpiction of the Hu- .v. V.HIVIH sii i-uiiii nil wie. iiiHl'TUt I, I' com the Island the bridg- ivhi. Ii i conr-ect It with Colihcster Pont, his leei ! c'"rPlL'"1'' for ene-hnlf mile, and I nnd. - stand ,ork is to l.o begun un tlie o'h'i- imir in tlie near future. The two eno-s of this brldg.- are belrg made by driving plle i, tin lake ntnl tilling it with st.-iu. A draw bridge In the centre will comrd 3 It The road will run through sunn- of thu best land and withli. s.ght of some of tlm linest scenery on earth. Traversing tint Island the road leaves the Man I at Tromp'.-? Point, where another bridge is to lie built across t rm lake to How Arrow Point on Nort Hern. going through this island to Alburgh where It will ronneet w 1 1 iiicther road north. When the K,t:i..d hcuses one may tecure the best of whole wme ccur.try fare at a lcasonable rate. Thero art- also a half doz'-n line summep hetelj, wlier one Is assured of exei-Uti c culslno rnd every attention to be louint' In the bett hotels. The iWlMiig: In this pait of Lake Cham plaln Is located the finest llshlng groan I tc bo found tt roughout Its length and breadth. Black has.", p'ekerel, and plko aro tne game nsn, wiuiu the peivh are To any reader of tho En who drslre to llnd a spot in which to spend a delight ful month, whete fresh air, splendid fart, magnlllctnt fishing, lovely scenery, bont Ing, sailing and the tiuest blevcbtig in th-yi ' - -M,,,l,J I" - H-UIIU. I IUMI III) H-..UIII-, , "have oy knoWedge.C ' M PERSONAL AND GENERAL. I "1nn- In., people have raised (30 (-.) saw. Onci, I remember, he ,vas sent t Alaska to collect botanical speclmene, for tho government. He said he didn't know what they wanted, but, no matter, what ever it was he'd got it." Prlneo Roland Bonaparte had a housc-. warming In Paris a few day ago, on tht completion of the mansion which he ha """" " Almost every room contains an ellin.- kU clw' ,Li l" " " Iron gallery shelves. THREATENING. (From Purk.) "By thc Great Health Fad!" Robinson Crusoe, scrutinizing prints in the sand, here's a been hero! Whire's my gun?" exclaimed the fo. t, Knelppist flakes the Hair grow. Clear the Complexion. Softens and whitens the Hands. Preserves and beautifies the skin of In fants and Children. ff Abtotattl; pur, delicately mMlrtted, arpmlotlf flee tire, Cnicui Soap It notonlj thc nit fllcMioui of kln purifiert Rod bttatidert, but tht purdttodivcet it of toilet, btth, od btbjrjioipi Sold ererywhtre. UritUh depot) NiwRiir.Londoii Fonii D. au C Coir, bolt Props., UoetOD, U. S. A.