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VOL. LXXIV. NFiW SETllES VOL. XLV1
BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY. AUfU'ST 21, 1899.
Local Items ot Inteicy
All Parts of the 9
THE NEWS BY luuNTIES.
Tho Wluooskl Valley, Vllltigei. up North,
liomtl.o liiliiii.l In tho Lake to tho
PimBumpsIc, Alum: Utter Crook nntl
by the Slim m if White IMvcr
Cuvt-red by Special
Ider.ce. Otlirr guests wore present from Mrs. Frnnk A. Unas of St. Louis, Mo and ' superintendent of the Slate Anti-Saloon
out of town. In dancing nntl social tnlk W'llllnm II light of Mlildlrl.ur woie In 1 l.oagus, will speik in the Liileti church
tho hour passed pleasantly. Refresh- town Mcnday. A yotiritr flnKl nf Mi, ami next i-uin-iay inrirniiiH..
inotitK of Ico ci 111111. cnke and s-andwichcH Mix. Chariot Ln.mny li soiiutisly I II. W
wero served with pink lemonade. Musto II. Hnsworth has sold to (1. Ila-klns a
was furnished by Sir. and Mrs. Albert building lot on Spring street. Mr. Hn-dilns
Wytnnn ot StarkMiorn mid Fred Andrews J will proec-d it once to build a rolil. net-.
and William Mllehell ot Burlington. Mr. U. It. (Inlnan and sen aio ,U homo
V (1. Illxbv. cs.i.. wan elected president , from W.-isttlotd. Mass
of Prost.cct Cemetery Association to 1111 1 On the I6tli of Juno, is:.s K. C. M.itsh
Miss AHco Noounn, who has been at
homo visiting for u few days, returned to
"Bread Loaf Inn" Monday. Quito a num
ber rrotn this place titlondnd campmcct.
itiiT Sunday at New I ln cilA number nt
mailed a letter to David White, Dawson I the friends of Mr. and Mrs. 8. II. Mnitln
City. Mr. While returned home hefoli gathered nt their home Monday evening
the letter reached there. Mneiduy Mi', to celebrate the tot li iiniilvcisnry ot their
Mnish received the letter forwaided fiom marrlace. A shooting contest urfd parlor
Dawson Cltv.-Col. N. I'. Dunsheo Is In a croauot for which prizes were Riven, worn
Burlington hospital undergoing iroiiniciii very much enjoyed, iirter which roiresn
for his oy. s. Stewart & Clifford have nicnts were served. Mnslo was furnished
moveil Into tholr n w store, comer of i i,v ., band. Tho funeral of Julius Soguln
I. Strong and Miss Currlc Donald-1 North and Oniil"ld streets. The nioicury nn 0d resident of this place, was held
rhey will b, at home In elBciines went up to KM In Ihe shade hero Mtvuliiy. rr0,, home Tuesday ai 2 unlock.
tho vacancy caused by the dctith o K.
Mlns Alum Kinsman has been cn
gaged us teacher of elocution and Eng
lish literature In tho AMentown, l'a.,
Young Ladles' College.
Cards havo been received announcing
thp marrhiRo on AiiRiist lfith ot Mr. n
I hi ni
Iiir Wednesday next lor sicaiing iwn
pieces of silk from Camberlaln, Kool
Co.'s. Not heliiR able to furnish ball sho
was remanded to J. ill hero.
(leorup Calmer who was arrested by T.
C. Mlddlobrook last week for adultery was
liroimht hefoin Justice MoUlton Monday,
Will Leave Bluff Point This
Evening For Long
? Branch, N. J.
Mr. Ambrose, who lives on the Edgar
I'lucr firm up the creek had two ions die
la i w . k .it'll on Investigation It was
Tumi I th.it tiny had luen poisoned. Thero
Win siir.I othcis In thu lot but be
11,1, l. tlx l ill be allrlRht.
'II f i iii.il of Mn. Calender was held
frim In r Lite homo on Weyhtidge St..
I'll ir d.n morning at II o'clock. Hew
t Hi Murkl.ind officiated. The Inter
im t w i- in the family lot In the Shoio
h.irn ciiniii ry.
M rk T -itle, foreman of the liattell
Jm i lomi'.iny, while Marling the steam
lit c tt.g.m- Saturday cvenliiR when It was
In lie trl. I. h.nl his iIrIk bund badly cut
Ik was tak. n Into tile St-ains dniR ftoio
after the Oth of September. , There Is conslderahlo sickness heff amuni; David Harbor and sister of Ilrldport wcro
H. Hurlbut of Free Town, RIass,, t, hiidivn caused h the hot w -alitor. im town lsltltiR friends last week.
proprietor of the noted trout ponds In Mrs (!. M. Morion of Chlcopee 1-alls, Henry Wicker of CIiIcoko, Is In town vis
that place. Is vMlltm- bis sister, Mrs. H. Mas.., Is quite rrionsly 111 at the rc-l lctico tK a mother Mrs. M. I. Wicker.
M. Satterly. Mr, Hurlbut has 1.". ponds ,- jr. nd m,-,. c. v. Drown. -Mrs. A I- wpiMiiiini'i'
eoverltii; 35 acres In which there arc FO.O'iO trc Monrnw and child arc at home frnni a " h,llu,,t"
trout. vWit of sevetal Teeki In M isiichusett.' miss I.ucy IlarrltiKton has returned to
Mr-". Paul Nets; was arrested and hrotiKht jjr. nnd Jlrs. Wallaic Whlttcmuro burled 1 j-rrt York. John llurlhert of Proctor Is
befote Justice Moulton Mommy ami oouiiu nn if,Uit child Tuesday, vlsltliiR In towji. Rev. Stephen Palmer ot
over In the sum ot N " to appear for hear- Annn c0oley will teach the fall nOUiid Lake, N. Y., a fotmcr pastor of
term of school nt "Hoeky n.-ile," l.-uino th0 Methodist church Killed opioid friends
Snedon will cultivate the youtiK IiIpiih I'll last week. Mrs. W. J. Newton's condl-
Sfllltll ItrUlnl. MIS I.Uelhl RltorWlll Will ttnn l llr.lilli- In.nmrnl -Mrs n. I..
preside on "Prime Hill," and Miss Edith . tinrrington has Rone to Northlleld for a
llrown will have charRo of the Hard- fcw Wp0f, stay. Mrs. Charles C.Illmoro
scta'.ible school. Ml-s Alice Sumlief will of gwnnton was the sucit of her parents
luivii the new nrlmarv In the Rt'ndoii ,i tt t i-. c.n..,, i-ia wnr.tr.
mil was iiinuaiReii as uie einn iii.c f scnooi. i ne ioiir perinn in ui; Quite a number of people are attendiir
Insumoli'iit to warrani iiiiiiim nini uvii was nroiien ny a inumier ;nnn ,n,.rj.i SpritiR llrove campmeetltiR,
to county court. iiicni ami iiiesuay
A doe ami her fawn were recently seen I The fanners on
within tun, rods of !he lvldenco of Juilac i Haven drive their utock
Warren Peck In New Haven. rlier for water. Monkton,
Mrs .M. H. Yotttwr who has charce of Htarkshoro are short
Ihe fresh air children from this place came palntinc ot 1. C. Hike'
from New York Monday nlRht and tho Iiir done and the wor
MiiKiren volnrned to their homes Tuesday around the postnlllcr
Mil. mini, llw. ..lillitrnn rvllne Tile Wood slloll Connected
from tlie lioorest fa'mllles of the Rreat city, i ket works shut down Tuesday nlpht on pnnnLhee, have returned to their home
throucb the cainest hilioi ot the ladles in nccount of low water. Mrs. CI. J. Kmiz (n yoik. Mr. Simons will remain
the mission m IiooIs they ate well man-1 ami cntmren ot uaunemora, .n. i ., i.e me i0,lf,,.,rora Hurlburt vllted In Shel
nered chlldien. Ri ests or .Mr. ami Mrs. wscar miciuicii - 1)Urm )a, eek.-Mr. nnd Mrs
lev. D. It. HaJfWnn. nn Armenian, will Homer llewett, l.eoi-Re I'rnKP, '.eoiKe rur,r nmI jhs Klunnor Sweet
,-e a lecture at the CoiiRresatlonal J'l'pry 'ami w . w . I laten piaen oai wiin i tuitUistnn visited rln lives
lilt it I 1 111 (.'! Ill llri'llllil inuriiFiii,! wt
thp w.iUfnoM crounns nstift Jir.
A PUBLIC RECEPTION HELD.
iho I'rrslduntlal Party Will bo the
(iiicaliol Vice. President and .His. Ilo-biut-A
Stop Will b" Miitlo In
PlttsbuiR- Snrirtury Hoot
FOREST FIRES EXTINGUISHED.
Commlmloniir llubconk Ilnd u I'oroo of
lUtl Mon nntl it fjiieolnl IrMln nt Hl
Albany, N. Y' Atiff. 23.-Tho Stato Flfh
crlcf, Oumo and Forest Commission to
day received word from Commis
sioner llabcoek who has bei n In
the Adlrond.ickH for the, past week
illrcetliiK tho force of men llstlit
toleRtani says llres aio either completely
extliiRUlshed or uniler full control, tho
flames belns conllncd to roots nnd tinder,
brush with no ilancr of thu llames sprcad
Iiir to larRO timber. Tlio fires have been
mostly In waste lands, mo virgin forest be
Iiir burned. The damaRo dono to thn tim
ber Is small and no hotels were In danger
nt any time. Commissioner Habeock had
n force of 125 melt atl u rallload train on
the Moliuwk it ml Malonn lino at his com
mand with which to llRht the llrcs. The
train was for uso In transferrins the
tone from place to place. Conditions
have become so l.ivoriuile tnat t-ommis-floner
Habeock has deemed It nnaiecessary
lor him to take further part In the lite
Hch'liiR and has returned to his home In
NEED OF RECENT RAINS
THE RECENT COAST STORM.
Many Vosol noil I. Ires llnpnrtoil I,ot
Norfolk, Vn., Aur. 2!.-T1ic ews or tne
Captures the $2000 Stake
Race at Goshen, N. Y.,
From John R. Gentry.
Emphasized ly the Wnllj' lliilletln on
Nw KtiRlaml Ciiijis.
Hoston, Aur. SI. The weekly crop bul
letin of tho New KtiRliind sei tlon of tho
ellmato nnd crop service of the weath'T
bureau sa.isi The weather 111 New F.r.R
laml iltirlns the week cndltiR AiiRiist 21st,
was fair In all sections. F.xcopt denso
foRs tlurkiR two or thf e days, motly In
sfctlons of the southern coast, theio was
abi.niliuit simshltie. The fair weather was
lavorahlc to farm work and outdoor work
B' nerally. On nccount of the Rre.n mod
or rain, crops and veRetatlou In general
made little proRress. The wintner iw ox
cisslvc'y warm In many Inland -ictlotis
Wi;?; W-.r VVoMsProVeun,e1dl,.n THE CROWD DISAPPOINTED,
sumo part of c.ich State.
Tin lair weather of the week has been I
decidedly favorahl.' to haylnR. whl.'h has,
'.ir.iRressed to a finish. It Is Ronerally ac-1
know lodged that the ctop will consul r
nhly exeeed In bulk the expi elation cf tho
majority. It Is of excellent iUn'ity and
hct:s"d In line condition. On aceoii'it of
the preialllng dry weatlu r the crop of
rowen promises n light yield, thomjh a
few correspondents report prospects cf a
Rood second crop of hay. '"urn fodder Is
generally In stood condition and promises a
fair yield of food.
The harvesting of oats has progressed!
well during the week and Is now pracll
Kxpcctud Gentry Would tlo Hotter Work
-Tho I'lritt Dcclnrod it Dead lloat In
a. 08 Patchou Win tho Suonud nnd
Third Moats Willi Little Trouble
-lv:, 000 People Present.
Aiirr. (. l ne. .ria 1,1 nn-- - , m n. .1111- r i .prvtr..! .1 ....
Plattsblirc. N. Y.. Aug. "3.-Tho mem- , -i,..-,,. ,1Pr Cane Hattoras cally llnlshod. Hie yield Is fatr.y Kills- . ..,., 1. ,'ir ,,v. . .
... li.aiii Kin . .... t... . ftirinfv. IliirUU'hi'iir inu1 lmrlov nrn ro-. . . .
tiH ni mr iiniu.-iiu.ii r':"rf V , during tlif rci-ent imrnrmio im ;," r "V ' " "" ;im (
nasi nay nut one 01 incir swij mi i.u..- ammlllng slnco the fuller story 01 y".. ... ..... v.,.,.... ... wk between the (rroal twicers 11
IZrTin SO.-TII 8TARKSHO..O.
to New Haveni ..... ... ... ., Xcw . ; V ' ' , .mv w'ltl leave for l.onR "'""' Xn severely felt on high lands and unL ss rain f .K'.""1 , ? .". . ..Jn ''V1
Lincoln and' m; .r Llneoln. were married In Lincoln ,,re'.. w or . V.ev will spend Friday and '"' ' "'"i1. ' ,. ' V . ui r.e fot ll.-omlntr the yield will be material- . " ' 7' "" - 'l
ot wnter.-The lii.iue, Allp. hv .. ... T IHII.-Mr. and h.. ,. v .i, m.oi of Vlee.Prcsl.le.it "l ' ,L , , 1,.,.: ly reduced. " ", . '
x IKT TZuZ "f nrrc, visited hr , ,, ;. iVohiirt: Tiie party will consist ' ";;t0 Ilia, kborrlos will be a failure In many 1 f ' 1 , .u-c kL , ,
k of clc inlng up ., .. rarrle Orvls. over Sim- r i,,.t,t,.nt nnd Mis. McKlnlev. Vice- ! '"'.v.. 7 ' .,r the sections unless rain comes very soon. Alt 111 '"e . ' ;.. J 11 . ..' c' ... 1,1
, block Is heltiR done. ,-,,,. e,Mlnr ;,,! F.e'.iert V. 7,,, i lll,:1-. (Inr- lm " Y'T. ' " v ports are favorable to crnn'iorri.-s. oxciu.m- unu whi, ,,ionui ,: ,,
with the ens-' '';.' . ,",, -..J . n,i,i "V. "u .,..', ... n .' wno nrriveu ecre .o-.i..j. i" - . . . amu-o.iehimr matuiltv. mn-es-. w no expected to oc uentry do
n'll. "'"""H J'l ,.., tu Ihn clinro llolWl'Oll UI1I1Q liai- .... ... . . . hr.tAC wnrf
Mrs. Klxey, Secretary Cortelyoil,
iimd H. I'. Haines, executive clerk. Tho
wrecks on the shore between Capo
teins and New Inlet.
New Inlet is about 20 miles north ot nai-
church Tuesday evening, the 2:ith. He Is
highly recommended by those who know
T. Neville, wlio has been spending two
weeks In Provlticetown, returned homo
ml Mom ihcie was taken home wliei;o r .., i.,.mrt
. i I, ... ,,. ,i .!, ,,.,.,,,.,1 ltin 11. 1'. i.ew s, eas i er oi me I'.niiiei;
SI! in line1 o h:,wte,S to New York Wc
1 in Shel- pllrly ill travel In a sp.clal train ion- Th fUorp 8,rwn wltIl wreck-
rs. J N. sistlng of the private car Cleopatra, which vessels which have foniidored at
root from will he occupied by Piesldent and Mrs. tr ) n H,,1S nn the coast.
& ini?'.,,K.IP"r' V'?, Vr:Z "L a1:" Two h.lndred at"l lifty-slx bales of cotton
..li. i ....... . .... . . . uini'ii ! iiiu iiiiuiu
u. k .... i.,.. ...,(,.-.. nun, uir me use o! ii-ni"' ,,., ,,, of some steamer whieli . s-i,i Mf.,-o.,or..
Mj, llnl...., ntwl n pnillll.il' mini Oil I !1!Ul " " " . . ... .... ClU't'l IJJ IIIC Ul IMVllliei. t J10S .lit" llllll- - . rf
1 ..... V.- V. i . foundered. Tim vesel upon wnicn n o . yellow and some reports stale "are "zona
greniesi niiiuner ui over.. .m
a ccmblnatlon car for the other members
of the party. The train will leave over
C. Carroll and daughter. Miss
Wldilirmiry nu. lor me iasu .. '... ... . c..,,,,,,.,.,. ,.rn ..uma Mrs. II.
i ,i.. .......I...- ,.r wi .nmn. I'urc -
1,1 l U ,11 lllv ..llll'iv,. ... ... : I tlilknll
Mrs. Paul Netz had a hearing h'foro
Justice Moulton Wednesday mid was
I', mrlrri- , . ,i.n 1 ..If 1 V 111 Tllll. A. 1.. IMS
t ... . . , ..!. l....(.i l.n .fill flM,lllt Ifl I
,CI II ?1 III I 1 , V 14.7.,, IIIU ...I.
thr comp iny's business then.'.
C.rds h.nr been received In town an
nodtu up the wedding of .Miss IClla May
11 thorn to Plln Willis Walto to talto
1 cc at the Congn giitlonul church In
rh jnliam at 7:0 Wednesday evening Aug.
The Ore. n Mountain Pulp Co., will make
(X'cnslvc n pairs oil their dam at the pa
per mill hridgi
The old house known as the Klnworthy
ho on High street Is beiir,g taken down
Inline been bought by Mr. I.avoncho who
is removing It to Ills home. This is ono
of Hit obtest houses in town. j
The walls of tho old cotton mill
are being levelled arid ale being
1 ,t In shape to put the roof on.
When tlu is done the power house of the
in ,v marble mill will be completed.
Fi aids Mm Ban went to St. Albans Mon
d y .i i moon to run as spare messeli
ft. r for the American press Co.
ITisideiit and Mrs. Prninold l.ave Issued
un if Invlt-itlMi Indicating the marriage
oi August 3u ot their daughter, Miss Uer
tuii Hralneed to Charles A. Adams.
I.o kwood M. Seely ot IJisl Orange, N
J who 1- an assistant supeil.itendKit of
t in Victoria insurance company of Now
Y iik, is li hit to spend his v.u ltlon with
Id i fir us on South street.
Mi U it Wheeler, who has spent tho
f turn r n town has ictunied to her home
Id San Fran l-eo,
M ;s I'lortiM'e I.amoider has gone to
1- i nbuig, Mj-s., where sho has a posl
tlni Mi- t'harle Adams and two chlldien
lii i ten - to Ol'-ns Falls. X. Y., wln-M
s i wid Join her husband, which they will
in tin then fut in e home.
Mis Mary II ilo of St. Paul, Minn., Is th
Kin st of lo'i- brother, A. A. Fletcher.
II raei (iortiani died nt his late homo
T it day iv. iiing. agi d 7.1. Ik he ' bi en In
In r In alth for some lime tjne son and
. nr btctiur survive. Tin' fuuci.il will ho
Ik Id trom In lit" home on Wcyhrldge
fsticct this .iflecnrii at 2 o'clock. 'Iho In-
1 i-nunt Mil !" In the family lot In the
Jl i i (jim motery In Wiybildge,
Mrs (i D. M.der and Mrs. Wilcox wero
1n Pin' ingt hi Wfdn.sday.
ipi'i t luiiiii' wedding ji'CiiTred at high
noen edn. -day at th" iv nit of the brldn's
in thtr Jlrs. Jamns Sumner In the oast
V irt of tin town, win n bur daughter, Miss
bound over to the Pecemoer term of court.
S. M. Flint of Ilurlltigton defended her.
The repairs on the school house are com
pleted and the annual cleaning has com
menced tmder the direction ot W. W.
week. K. 11. Young Is luilldlng bridges In oljphant of the Delaware nnd Hudson
ami .Mrs. Henry hi- i.eorge n men an in- visiting at Henry Lambert's,
fnnt child Wednesday. Pristol has n new " ,,..
Indnutrv. n slinntlnc enllerv bel'.i" located I HItlvAD IvOAI'.
low, time ago, nr.
vi:v itavi:v. Is finite lame
i Knit llrlv rn
, very pretty we.mingoccurrca at to. tll0 ,-Ul ni:t.-Chauncey llcman had the , ji.il.ort r!. rilcalui ot that eltv
The ciop will pro'iably be an average ono boiler work.
with a lino fpiallty of berries. Iteports all
point to a very light crop of ipyies. but
the fruit of line ttintlly. Hot Is Injmlng
grapes to a considerable extent as Indica
ted by reports from a number of oorres-
aro supposed to be ' r;.ir1, triie-lc of nil kinds Is f.ellng the Thome.
In the last heat of 2.1S Ola- Terc-a li ,
was llsquallh.il for nib.irc ga n
2:23 cluss. trotting l'arkia 1 rmSnk ,
Farrli. b. g. by Ant.o (Llowuci ..1 1 i '
di led." A coirospondent at Wohurn, J.nrty Miinngton.
O'Nell's block. -Mr. and Mrs. Hn.emoti' jjr. nn,i jjrs. Ilulelte and daughter and tl, i.i. ,..nr' ,. tt,Knn ..n.i West Shore Known, were iosi is me ... i ncuue i '''"- Jjost.. reports having pulled up the mar- Htniy
r.1 r,f 11iiiinni.ll Imvn lioon the l-lli'Sl l Of 111 1 M..- II.., f. ..Iclm.l . . . . . .. a. She S.l C.l trolll HaltimolO IOC IUU -,.,..v, ,, ,.,, ,! .V,- ..l.1(Vi hnvlnv I'lincOSS JIllV .,..C11S
i lids, bore for several d iy -Mrs. 1 Sru.,un here last Saturday.-Ceoigo , I.0'"!""' .-h,I,.i Th.v win"' ivieh i m,.' ,vllh 11 ,'nr,;'1' 011 A,,,;' 12'Tw '"'"'I"'' ''fl"'' i"1' tlmt'n srcnirl f:p!il hns Time. 2:1 2:17-4. 2:20' ..i. '
ank A. Ititf, who has been In town for ki,i,v. who has bee.T at work for Norman .,,,, ',,V 'c '.r,., i.-n.tn.- ...nmimT I'-iy" ''',' f'"' nissod out at Capo Henry rc.-hpd nmm tho samp condition. P.ust 2:1' class, trotting, pin- ' ?S00.
veral days, has returned to her Immo In At wood, has returned to his home in , jreid,.nt McKlnlev nuil nai tv will remain nn'' on tM0 nlK,u of lllat ,ily , . "' r" m'e damaging potatoes more 01 Mmrod, eh. by Ale intarrn
. I.otiW, Mo.-H.cv. S. Gardner Is still Itochostor.-Wllllo llamnn had the mlsfor- ,., V ' " SWa Is a total wreck. Cnpt.lIr!.. hut the complaitit Is by no moans (MiMleld) , 1
'cic nt tills nresont wrltlnir tint is el'v. 1,,,,,. ,, t,i rnni umno . .... , ' PMilnustoon's son. 21 years oil. mate 01 wlitosm-ionl. Tin. onii.lltinns an. . ill ratnn. Ivanilorf
2 1 1
d although convalescing, In. Thov expect to reach Pittsburg about n lllP vessel attempted to swim ashore with Mne of ,, ,1 yield of potatoes. Osilons. (l-otge C
yet. Nelson Kenwnrthy and o'i lock Satin dav evening While in Pitts- nis mother oil his haik. Itoth were i ti1P vicinity of Hadley, Muss., pramlse Pierrot
eturnrd to Worcester. Mass.. ,m.R tllev w 111 'probably 'be the guests of .Irowned. Thecalitala'sotheroni attempted (l )arce cro)i Notwithstanding the dry Midway Pnnoo II
swim asTPoro with a friend, Fitzhiigh vnrm weather thrro arc complaints of Candy
church, Houses Point, N. Y on Monda,v j misfortune to fall from a horse Inst Rim-1 A nubht reception was held in the I'cp rioldenborough, said to be a relative siow rlpt'ilng of tomatoes,
evening, the 21st. at f;Z0 o'clock. The cull- ,t rum lout niuivi. iui-1.1. -1 1. . .1.- i..'., .1.1. nt Hon Fltzhuch Hoe. and both weto lost.
trading parties were Prof. Benjamin C. ,,,OWi iU1( ,,ij.0 lo dislocate tho elbow . I (lt which' President and Mr McKinfov Help came after this, and by meant, of the
Miner of this place and Miss Mary Iiulse , miSu 1,1111,. Pratt hna rnoontlv visliwt at ...i l.. n, .i M.t, breethes buov Cant. Springsteen and tho
Herbert Jones has moved Into the lieo. I J nompson 01 nmies 101.11. 1 in- m mu no i,rr tirp-ie's. H. A. Damoii-s. The service
Methodist 'Riven away i.y nor moiner; sue mis iiinl the school house last Sunday was con-
TELEPHONE WAR IN ST. ALBANS.
MfCiinn linn.r nnvl In thn
church I tended by .Mr.-. I'.dgar li. urown 01 .cn- 1 ,inett , ,j nev. Cieo. Curtis from Unltl-
I.. F. Denton, 1r., W. Stone nnd S. nrk, N. J., tho only sister of the groom, more, Md. Loren Illchards from No
Hotsfotd ui' on 11 'cruise on Lake Cham-.who actrd as maid of honor. The best,iaven visited at It. J. llceman's last
plain In the yacht Camelln. "ian was John Thompson, brother of tho Monday and Tile-day.
i:. P. Statts of New York city Is in , urine, .roiii i". gnosis wt-ie m nneim- STAHICSPORO.
town on business. nnce. ninnor anil reception were lielil at
Mr. 1.. W. Morse, who has been visit- the Windsor Hotel, after which the lirlde is. .ioss tarpomor is 111 at ncr
incr in M 'I' niumt's i.itn.i.oil in tils, and niooiii eft to siieiid t i" r honeymoon Jiitiiei .-. i no n.iiuisi nuniiay scunoi is id
home in Itoxbury, Mass.,
Mr. Miller ot the
Store, who was called
home In Hurlington on
serious I11nes of his
Dr. and Mrs. McC.overn
head, Mass., Tuesday to s
Mrs. J. O. Illniles Is spending a week I ton is spending a few days
Attorney Oenernl Criggs and family will
remain hero scleral days yet.
crew of eleven nun were taken off.
THE FAMOUS CARTER CASE.
Attornov.Ooooral Cirlgjs Wilt Not Make
III It ppnrt Petll Mr. I'rVeng'i Kefiirns
Platlsbiirgh. N. Y., Aug. 21. Attorney
DRAINING THE GREAT LAKES.
UUsutlsflt-d llusliiois .Hon Appoint .1 Con
St. Alhatitf, Aug. 23. Thero were about
15" ljusines.i men piuiuiit at the in i tliit?
No Visible Cliango In tlio I.nkn Level to-night, held by those who ate dls-atistied
1 Timo 2. Iv 2:lir4. 2:1S4. 2-1L
, , Mn telt rare, ti.ii'lr.g, purse $2010.
.'oo I'atchei tllaws) 0
Joan II. 1 Sonny lAndiew.-) 0
Time, 2:.rj. 2M, 2:15'..
In ISurliugton with her sister, Mrs. King
Mlis Lena Miner nnd Miss S'eil.i Sppn
eer went to nurllngton to attend the "Two
Monday. tin the Adlrondanks. They will he at home, .. ... '"" " - 0onpril. 0rlggS made the followins state-
Cash Com .million 'for .1 feWQ .lays niter win. 1st. l.ciore go- - " ' " .:""'"Tn' ment to-niglit to tho A'socUnd P.ess cor-
hy telegraph lo hls.ing to Savannah, Georgia, where Mr. '"'I rami liaie g"iic to I..ig I olnt fot ,,,' ....,., ,h ...... ,.f ,..,,.
account of the Minor Is principal of Iteech Institute.- .V1,r'! Ohoilln M. Cai.er. chared with misan.
daughter, returned Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chaffee nnd family of I " "," "K,n ,' , nroi.rl-itliiL' Fnlted Stiles government
llliooklvii. are visiting Mr. Chaffee's Vr- 'Ib"''-?! Aid had I' " , '
went to Matble- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Chaffee.-MIss s"c.a no .11 imna 1 . uuorii s uennes- "" ; ," " ' ',"1. f!7
pend their vaca- Mary J. Klmer of Addison is visiting ""J- " 'crnoon.-M an. ce 1 1111 and wite '.'"l. 'Z "
(.i,.i. 1.. ,,,.,, mi.. i.'i M nf limi. ""I in J.iifsvii.e naminay. ! 1011 nam- .. .. ..,.,.1. ,,u i,.,nmr r.e , ivs
with her con- Z '.;!"" '"Jf1 ,' .? I?"?n,".n "A0"""'? r c.,- i ni" ; h s r m 7n u- and .lights on the lake share, watch'..R for wo ivtu ..go o oe a""M,e .. y u
Mrs. W. W. .T,',",-s. ' " " o'.i-f. .'am- ;""."", "v . : ,,n 1 in P ,n, o the water td go down. 11 it fills to tall f" '""" " -'",' ""? l" "," 't? ...
who linvp si-ior 111.11 niece iroill l oxv ', V, '" ;., ,i,,. ...in ,iniihlt...s suffer n kinil of dls- ".v lnl t.i-o icruiivf i. 11. iiiiih)
, wno nine. ...... ,1,1,1 i nut v.-nim lo this enuntrv until '"ej will ilotililless i-uiier a Mini ui 111 . ,.11
mnllitii- 1 rv .'i.i.'c, 111 i',ii. .nun,-. 1'rjLiiM.ii ni - -7 ..... . lrt.i.l ... vrilnn fnrllH'V ill. lur-i-u an lutiuwiiuif ii-itiui.u ui i. in.-
their homo in , 0t !"'r ?, X i. d,Mow.n nTse, o," hkVe .Uiefully prcli.ted that f.,11 it must I.honos P W McClet trick saw
.,1. M I., j . ' - '"It'lill IIMJI1 IIMM) illlltlUL'll IIK - " ' " ' ...1 .1..l.., t. .a.amul 1 11 UU 1 1 M I V II L 1 1 L I', ll'."UlUUUIl VJl J'HIIH
,Ir. andir " Kvu L " 111 " nieeting at M'' ' ' '" "'" , - , o, w I The outcry against the drainage eirnil. ami gave tne sworn statement 01 ti e
jiaven. . .nini 11, 1 in ni " v.i.n. v...... ...v . . ., a t,i, ., r tin i,a ,1 ixinniip ( n.. n n r
Wlirn liriilniiRo nnal Is ()ieneil.
Some tlmo In November the Chicago
drainage cam! will be opened to receiv
the water of I.al.e Michigan and tn allow
11 to Mow through the Illinois River into
the Mississippi, says the Pittsburg Des
patch. When this event cotn'-s to pnn
there will bo manifested, in Detroit, Clue-
l.inil and other lake ports, much tr. ylila
fe' $10,000 RACE UNFINISHED.
Thu Groat I'.vont at Iteadvlllo Will bo
rlnUlu il Tn.ila.T Tom Ili.y, Lrceo null
t barley 11 rrr llnvo an liual Cbiincc.
Itoadvllle. Mass., Aug. 23 The Massa-
sln. Miss Mare-la Wlnslow. .
Warren and daughter, Mildred
been visiting Mrs. Warren's
A. M. lto-eoe, returned to
I Springtleld, Mass., Wednes
Miss Mnme Connelly of Itnnilolph ami Daisy Swlnor accompanied them.
Miss Katt. Connelly of Montcieller ate vj-
itlng -Mrs. I . w. Sault.
Miss Rose Vaiuo of Plattsburgh Is vis
iting bur sjster, Mrs. C. I . Calsse.
Ilradforil, llurlliigton and Monlpollor
have each furnished a boy for the Indus
trial School this week.
Tuesday night llnlshod t.he lecturo course
Mrs. I.. C. Httssell are visiting friends In
Crown Point. N. A".
Mr. and Mrs. C. I". Palmer and son were
lu camp at Mile Point a few days last
with the pre.ient rate of char;
telephones by tho New Knglund
and Telephone Co. Dr. CJeorge Dunsmoiel
presided eiwl H. A. Ashland was mailt
clerk of the meeting. Judse Fliiin otfeud
a resolution to tho effect of refusing to
pationlzo the X. K. Telephono Co., at the
l.tesent rate. Dr. W.iugh ugslsted that
it was not expcdlnnt to act hastily and ex-
mo. IH11B 1IU11J, mn ,....,- ... ,,,, r.f ..... ...I,.,.!, ' ' ' Hi' "O-
tlon lest the lake level sha 1 bo seilo'i-Iy i'i"'"" "' '"-- ". " ehuotts stake of fI(i.'o, me mgg.-l event
.efluced and Inland commerce crippled, from private residences won d neccsi aio 0 thu (lt lo.thiy sran,l ctnuit ,ar-
Serious gentlemen of 11 netious toinier.i- " ...... . .......... ....... n on tllt U(,,1(lv,llt. tracn i.y uec s.nn 01
ts. J"-- ca iiiTm-u .1,,11-i.n u.- i, mini ,1,., i,iPa n, ,lurk Is nn lllsllixl iusI tlireu
horsos havo an .-riual chance to It to-mor-low
with iwo heats each. Tom Hoy. own
ed by Frank Jones, of Portsmouth, I.c ' 0,
,v... eo.-rtril. Ilnatnn iBliilltnn jin.l tin sf.il-
ijothliig ,lon Cnirit.y Herr, arc left to battl. to a
llnlsh. Nona was a lavorlto picked to win
and to-night the result is in doubt, with
Tom Hoy as the favorite.
The race brought out Illtecn starters
Rev. W. P. Stanley. .Mrs. Stanley ami
daughter Marjoile of Wo.-t Hitkshlre, andllislied stntomri.it that I heve arrived at
Hlckok of Hurllngton was rh,,rlo XU-n ..f Kist Uerkshlre visited 'a do'cision in the
. ...... . . . . .. 1 henrd inr i vf i'" mrpt'
Alter t nat 1 snail mane my report to j-ics- ,'',, ",. '... h ' hp, ,, n,.0. iPU..e5fi lu tho year 1. The income be-
'There hiab-'ulutelv no l.uth in the pubAo'ke.i partly by local iealoustes, partly by Inir U MK " J'Tr'i . nonnatella. (2:im4.) the strong fa' or-
l'IIIU.1.1 Lt'llllIII .1 ,11 J " , " ... .
In town three dios last week, tho guest
of Rl. J. l.andon. Mr. Hlckok was a resi
dent of this town for 73 years. Mrs. C. I
it C. K. Hamblot's last Thusdny. At the .made public in
special town meeting hold l,it Tuesday
for 73 veins. .Mrs. .'. I.. . .... . " " ' ' "
ghen by Dr. Walker on The Tab, n,..ole. PtPplo of i.,anon. N. H.. vL-ltod her sis- , ,.,.. , ! , ...?,r";.1 ."V' 1""11"rt-v of
very instructive-: tors. Mrs. Orra II. Knscoo and Mrs. IJIPmi : .'. ' . .l"l""1!
1. f-lmnln 1.. week-Miss Maltha .nw. '"' "'"" lor Olglll yeitrs.-'j MO league
The lectures have been
in the understanding of the Uinlc,
Jlrs. George P. Colo has been on the
sick list lor two or three days. Gulnans
orchestra furnished the mush lor a
harvest ball lu .Monkton, Aug. 23d. T.
Swift and wife, who havo been guests at
the Haptln parsonage for tin co weeks re
turned to their homo In Uochoter, N. V.,
Thursday. W. W. Hatch assisted the
Iirandon band at their concert Wednesday
evening. A, C. Hier has moved his stock
of wagons, cairinges, etc., into hi:
building, corner of West and Maple
n..'....i.i.. '.'..,' p Will garnet at P.arton Landing Satutday
.1 . isy ,.1 . h... ... .. . ,,,..,,.,- , .
Mis. C. w. Small. -Miss Irctto," "' " "..., ."....-
(iregory, who has been visiting nt W. V.
ton. 13 to 7. Uartonl Is now sure of Ilist
Sturdevant's. returnod to her home in Sa- "' 1,11 "' e purse 01
lem, N. Y. Saturday. Mr. nnd Mts.Cnnant -"'bi Grout was In town on Monday.
..,,,1 ,i,...i,i, i.r...., , ,n iir,i.ii.nn v 'esse Toft and wife of Jfllford. Mass..
Y., for a couple of woeks.-.Mrs. Kli Camp , ,r,-' !I"'n.llng a few days at Hotel Kar
of Randolph was the guest of Hiram 1 to,n 7Mrs- '' K- I'O'ter and Mrs. 11. A.
Thompson last week.-C. N. Sturdeviuu ' ' lark naxp returned from Old Orchiitd.
of Itutilngtnn visit. .! his brother. W. V. , Me. hveretl Trip and family of Hoston
Sturdfvant, last week. Mrs. Ilourv Morse msiip.i at 1.. .1. iiarriman s lust wei
of Hurlington Is tho guest of Mrs. P. K. 'Ir'v- A- M' Ferren of Lyndon preaehe
its that 1 lie ye amvoji at stror'uous enterprise of anv ivor of unanimous action be takeia ty s'P.-
:,o case andUiat it will bo j fault w Uonioiinu na Jly moU(m Qf Col A Clllttcn.
a lcw U5i' t'-apable engineers." show lh.it llitio Is not den, Mr. Fiinn's motion was adopted. A
SEC. ROOT INTERVIEWED.
Will Not Deny Tlint Oeii, Mnrrltt Will
Mi. ceeil (ion. Oil, CampitiKii to bo
n bit of danger that lb" likes will empty committee tonsisting of Dr. Waugh. S. C.
lte. In lifteelftli place; Frd Kohi. U
nxth; Tom Boy. i2:ll'i) elerventh and
Queen Alfreel, (2:123,) at tho pole.
All the other races had lattllng finishes
,in every heat, although the two In styu
Washington, Aug. 23. Secretary of War
Urnl rolii.mil to :ho eltv to-nlcht from dr.nlii.itrn onll.ll i:
his visit to the President at Lake Cham- ps greatest How. It shall robasu from Lake
plains. During the evening he spent some Michigan but in.(jn cubic feet i.f wntic
ihemsolvos into the valley of the Missis- Ciieeno, E. A. Chittenden, Wlllard Far- . , k "coso.
slppl and Imvk their great emmerce rlngton and I,. P. Stevens was appointed 1 jn tnp 2:1 trot, Tvson drove Uic favotlte
beached In ilocavlng mud harbors. to confer with the New Knghuvl Telephone KJ Albeit, to win. after a very fast first
Tho St. Cl.ilr River canle pa-t Detioit l'o.. and also to obtain llgures as to col ll(n T,1(1 :1, p.lce W(t to yr:ulk Jon-i
from I.nko Huron to I ake l.-io. 22.ii' of a mutual mil local system 111 conneo- ..vvh0 w ltl ,ho ,irsl rai.u ot tno s, a.
cubic foot of water per second, yet Like tlon with Sunnton and other towns in the (or t)t, minf..
Huron holds Its own complacently. Omt , county. The people aio mucn 111 j Thp ".j. .,.lPt. 1 unfinished. Art Aleo. thi
favorite having been distanced In the Or-t
heat after breaking at the start and the 1
comln's to a stand still under the wire.
Tho Massachusetts stake, $10,000, 2:13
Lecco, blk. ... by P.osinlo Bay
. .l..,o.l n.lli vv.w l.rmnli'v n if. IU.IOBI lllht
the rock of Niagara 2' ..((''. cubic feet of e.-n nest and intend to have sotnethins done
the water of Lake Krio rushes every sec- immediately.
ond toward Lake Ontario, yd K-b lR ,wl
drained, nor ato the renldents mi Its nor
iWs nervous lest it v. Ill he. The Chicago
so const! noted tnat. at
TUB LOST ROY FUl'ND.
riakerslleld, Aug. 23. Frank Crane, th.
13-vear-old hoy. who myf teiiously disap-
pinred Monday, for whom search had hem
made, wi found near Knosburgh Falls in
L. fi. Palmer and wife are at home
Kthcl S. miner was united In martiaKO to !l ' several days in nrrcn.-.-iirs. an- visiting their grandparents, Mr. amd
J)r Join M Stafford by tho Rev. Me, For- ' - -v '"I '': been in Stnrksboro the past Mr?. A. O. Sipiler. Prof. F. R. Hathor'ie,
I Mh I and Mrs. Staffoid took tho , wceK eating lor hur daugnter, .Mrs. lied,wiio has boon spendlng
11111. Jiie itnsioi team piayen witn 1110
lllnoshurgh team Thursday and was heat-
Is new Howiey.-niancho Newton ot Mlddlebury the Cong egatlonnl eliureh last Sunday - 'ime wlth Corllln alll, Acting S. crc- per second. What is that bislde t '' ' 'V iZV ,n 1,'v
st.eets S th0 guest of MHs Hertha Weston.-; Jloroco Wyman of Neiy York city Is vls-,rv .Miklejohn. The sec.etary was retl- Nmgaia? The Initial llow thr-ugh the , U '. n .e ho Je.it a. o.irin , erp
e from Madison and Ray Jordan of Hoston. Mass. . Itlns his falhcr Ira Wyman. ., t , svc.JiiUB !or puhllt-atlou of his con- drainage canal will he only 5,.hm cubi- feet , he horn st 01 for ho ne. I ut becamo !omi.uella
.-Mrs. are vlsllbnr their crnndnnrontH. Mr and .1... ii....i, tu ...... ,,i,i ti.is lu in lin Increased 1 bow il.lt'l til and wnn.lcreii an.iy. 1 lo is 1 .
train 1101th Wednesday afternoon for a
t .tu t hijii- yi.itinn
Miss Ah' H. Rockwell of Westbnro en in to 11. ejuite n uetegation irom nero
M iss , Is nt liesldcnt llralncrd this
M K Mmrn and family have gono to
I.i ng Point for a week's outing.
Hx-Cij, St. wart has gone to New York
fc a short business trip. Mr. and Mrs.
Atw 1 il who have, been tho gtusts of .Mr.
and Mrs. H. O. Wales hnve returned to
th. ir home In IJrattlol.oro after a ten days'
Thero were about fin tickets sold from
few week" in
WHITINO. Iferencc Willi the President. The matters per second, .ma tins is 10 no .mi .!.-..
dlsrussed he sril.l were sucn as would or- only in coi'rnpoiu.e.ni- nn.. ...... . ...
Mrs. Delia Neeilham of Orwell, vlsltel ,u ,,n,. i. t-..n nn nt a onhlnei meotini- oro.isos In tho i.onulatlon of the drainage
iuv.il, i.as ieiuii.e.1 in ins inline ... uis-, i ... ....... ... i.-iiii imm .-en. iu v. i.ay.oni , involved no great departure from the district,
dam. N. Y. Miss Lucia A. Hathnruo of, Smith of Massachusetts, Is visiting his ,,.!,... ni,su,u- in fnro., resneetini.- tho riv.l Fjnclne.-. Lvman IS, Coolej, in the
mother and sisters, after an ahsemio of i jihiihipliies. jXtarino Recoid. says that a llow ot in.nu
York city Is visiting her sister, Mrs W
went with them. The Stewart building on 11. Parleh. Mrs. Olive Fisher anil .laugh-, live years. Jlrs. Mary Oreen Is very Ml-I . ti,i'oniimlcnl In the Phillnnines Is cubic feet of water a second through the
the onl-ner of N'nrlh and n.nlleld strnnts I tor llotli. of fnl.nou V V nrn t lie iriiosl e 1 loi.etv III ivltl, h..,,r. 1.., Jl a, in . I. I .. .,.,1,1 ,n ,iHne. t ho
.: ,7., ... ..,.., ;, nv, .a , :,a: v . z " a;' . ..'" v "'o t.e pushed vigorously . prompuy i', r " ,
Is being painted and finished inside. Corn,
pot noes and fall feed Is being badly In
jured by tho continued dry weather, nnd
thero aro grave fears of a water famine
here. llov. Frank Ilnrton nnd family of
Hutland, have been the guests of Mrs. It.
C. CJulndor. this week. Prof. A. W. Var
ney and wife have gone to Greenwich,
Mass., and New York. They expect to be
of Niison Mltchell.-Mrs. Itobert Morey of Williams of Dubinin, I,,., h spending " ,(.vIi1oiit from the remark thn secretary effect of diminishing the llow through the
delighted at getting hom.i ami is rapidly
retcvering from tlio elfects o: his wan.
STATE TENNIS TOURNAMENT
this station for thn exow-l. ci Wi dnesda.v. absent several weeks. Mrs. Klisha Hewitt
Their ar- no new developments In tho
in iir.br ease
A J Pit i i Is making repairs on his
The funeral of William II. Delnng was
li. Id from his lap- home In West Cornwall
Is at home from a visit among relatives in
A telegram was received here by n. A
Anna Atwoml of Siarksboro Is vis
Vr,....ir S.itur.tnv from lluffntn slating ' "Ing at Pcletlah Gove's. Mrs. Andlew
that Mrs. Dr. K. H. Young died suddenly 1 I,'im of Northlleld visited the families
that morning. Dr. Young Is the son of I!
A. Young of this town. Prof. T. C, rioyco,
The water main on Court stieet snrung county examiner, held nn examination ot
n leak Tu s.liy night which was promptly teachers here Friday nnd Saturday. N. H.
r. paired Wdlnesilay. I Titus, G. N. Dike, A. P. Daniels nnd K.
Miss Who lor and Mr. AII.po Wheeler I S. Farr, who hnve all been more or ls
li ivc returned to their home In S-in Fran
tl o aft r a month's sUiy In town.
IV' f Ihnekle and family have ictunied
licme after a monlli's absence.
Mis Clin Smith has genu to Bristol for
n short stay,
MPs Maud Smith has gone lo Noithllelil
fer 'i fo.v days' stay.
'Its C I Green has gone lo Lincoln.
Mr H Tr.in has rhlpi od his two tn-onlng
li.il" es Litlln George and Slnglon and Mr,
F n ' I.m Imisi' Prisillla lo St. Albans,
win re tbry aio (ntered for the races.
I'Vmn tl. to ti-ey will go to Sheldon June
tlon, wliM'e th, y are also boohed lot rains.
Miss Anna Calvin, who has boon the
uiii t of Mr. and Mrs. Phelps Coollhnn
1 1 31' the past week, has gone to Sehayhtl
cek(, .V Y
Mis George Fletcher Is visiting In town.
Deputy Sheriff Olln A. Smith went to
AiIfiiii" ferry Thursday and seatencil the
f try 1 jut of John W. Vanilei htot in
vhl.h he fr uiiil one gallon of whiskey. Ho
wis hraught before Jusllte .Moulton and
j.li ni guilty to two olfenses of selling nnd
of Geoigo Vnrney and L. C. tin in last
week. Calvin Murray is visiting tils
blether In Amherst, Mass. Several from
this town attended tl
Sti.rksboro on Wedne:
1 he next reunion wi
ill, an- Improvlng.-Itev. B. B. Iloswortli 1,1 lnc resilience ni
of ihe WnshliiL'tmi linlcrhta iinni u 1 H'Vdi members of t
church. Now Vnrk clt'. will n'eo.nn.. tii.il Mrs. Waller Burnham
till1 III. nf Dm n.'.iillst olinrol. Siiii.l-, f l IS tile gllcst Ot ftl IS, DrlSsa liUl'Illiam. ' . . i. i .,., . i I,.,,., iv.l.it Tin. is
morning, August 57th. Howard J. ridd-1 ,Mr'';''n Clark wont to Quwi City Park 1(i v. M.-s. Klloti Bascom of Tru-. N. Y..
ley. tin, vice-president of the Anti-Saloon :1'?,t 1 h,.,J7,,,?-' whom she will sppnd a few , Jvlsltl1K h.,r ,noiher, Mailam Foebes, at
League, will speak In the evening -Mis. ;" with her mother Mrs. Dr Gould.-( M M Mniitts.
W. I,. Davis and children, who have boo,, J'",'R " ' 1 !nio ,m "re ?'iu made
visiting here for several weeks, have ..-1 ""''V- e-inesday Mr. naltell, with 20 ItlCIIVlLLH.
Tu bo Held at St. .lolinsbury, Commenc-
ing nept. ft-iiio t'linilltlom.
St. Johnsbury, Aug. 23. The St.ito of
crmont lawn tennis ehnmpionshlp will
be held by Hie St. Johnsbury Tennis Club,
commencing ept. ., W.i.
There will be the following events:
C I IAMPIONS1I IP SING I.Ed.
For the J. G. MtCullougli Cup, to bo-
n inmn. fnri'n l.lli H, ll.l- .,,.,... I till. It' ll.V iJ.ujn:. ,J t o
Her son ',, n,nt Gon. Weslov still navigation nourishes. It L- ptou.iuie times.
Meriitt who has been at Lnlo Chanvilaiii the casual observer will he unable to note, Tlu, wner of ,he tournament will bo
hi conference with the Picsld.-nt is to suo-!aiiy chatig. In the likn level when tin cah, U1,0n t0 njny Mr. Geoige Worthlng-
i n..i niit In rnmm.inil of the troons dralnago llooug.T.o .s linen. l0 . , present bt.uo cuampion
tn-er tvnety people avauc.i inem-eiMs ii jt) th(t phll.)plnes. Secretary Boot was
he excutTinn to Ausab o Chasm last ! ri- ln.mtt,,,!. no evaded all questions
day.-D. C. Pierce and wife ot Rutland . . . . c,.n.nl to mnko any
.1... , mc H...V-. ni . -'"'" . .. nor paieius. .urs. i nuiiv millp lo the reporters. He was determln- St. Clair Hive V, per ceiu. n. ui.n. ,
"' .""."r, in is iierce tu .iiifmi.n.ury is tne guest oi .mis. , , ., , , p..,,rv mn belonging to words, th" lake level may ne renin en
vismng nis parents, Mr. nn. Mrs. j. a. Delia Pond.-Bey. W. F. Weeks of ninn..,h1 Uvpntv iments 0f volunteers now, to four inches. Tnis Is lnsigniili-.nt in
. . '""' "V" " ",'" "em a service in uie t ongregaiiouai Mn recrulteel shall eat his Christmas comparison Willi tne iiuciuauim ... . - .
iuih in .v in u. e k.iivi in ... ..i.nuei, . ,. (.nurcn nuiKiay evening. J nero was a . ..,,... This statement lakes bet'vc.n hgh and low waier. ...
C Twltehell.-Mlss Adallne Weston of attendaneo.-C. P. Parker of Mount 'ToiiLht o I V a leferenco to I e pu l v season of tale autumn Lake Michigan
ardwick is the guest of her brother. Dr. Pleasant. Pa., made a short visit with his 'r ; 1 , ese reginie i ts Is'slxteen inches lower than du.li.gthe wet
KS. Westnn.-.Mrs. William Garrow s,,cnt mother, calling on his many friends.- ' ' ?,.r V,, i, ii'L States as season of Hv sprint-, more or less, accoid-
3 7 11.
1 i 12 12 3
."2 2 1 2 . 1
7 a 2 4 I r
, 1 I 3 3 7 ro
8 12 H 0 3 r
10 ii 5 9 U ro
it 10 13 3 15 ro.
.', 7 10 S 13 r
S 11 11 11 5ro
13 S .i 1' U ro
11 15 12 15 0 -
12 9 7 10 r o
11 13 15 U S n
15 11 ) H 9 ro
Tlme-2:11. 2:l'l'A. 2:12. 2:lSi. 2:lu1. ?:lP-.
2:1S class, pacing, purse .HOCO, two ill
by King Nutwvj'.d
Tudor Chimes .
Queen Alfunl .,
Nancy King ...
home In Goshen last Monday
! Will accomp.tnilcd her.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 23.-A "Constitution"
uii i .. '"- - - - - . i.iGiiii1. QTniump ii wiiiiiuvLi ill ivhimii u
it iu lea.iiioii n Mto Norton his gone U Hostcm.-A m'd- , ,,,' t ppeclal trom Athens, (.a.. sns.-
xday of last ve?k.L,. .ii,. ,Uin.i. iit t.o hel. i IHl. subject. '..ti, mrm ever known
111 be hold I., this town ' V ; T n i aftemocn.- . h('. TV3 " 7" T ' ' .V" w od 'er this olty last night. J
Samuel Hill. I Itiy. ,, nf Ylnm,Uo colleno glv.M a r ,r t . " ' T' '. ' ' '.Z ls was killed by lightning .
his lamlly renin ncre. ,.;.:.... ., ... ', V. t.,a. i"' mo iiii.iik-ii - " , . ,,,, ,n ,,rr,nertv.
of Cleveland. O.. I , : .". " ..i h, s n,nv'"'l settlnmeni oi mc n. .. mo . .... p - .
The runner up will bo awarded an
American" Tate ItacMUCt.
All contestants for the challenge cup
must be "bona-lldo" residents ot the State.
King Albert, b.
Bell, n Cannon
Time 2.13'i, 2:15.
12 class, trotting, purse il'.o, 2 in
, 7 il
For tho championship of tlio State of js it, g. g., by Nutwcod.'Wilk s
turned to their homo In Worcester, Mas,
N. r. Dinishee has been In Butilnglim
sevornl days the past week being treated
for nn eye trouble. Mis. I'll King and
.laughter are at home from a visit of sev
eral weeks In Massachusetts. Mr, and
Mr.-. C. W. Searles of Berkshiio are visit
ing C. L Searles and wife. S, II, Tracy
and wife are nt home from a visit to
Whitehall, N. Y. Mrs. H. It. Loot Is re
ported seriously 111. The Bristol railroad
will run an exttn train the 2'id to connect
with the Hutland load excursion, llev,
Simeon Gardner is falling. Dr. F.dgat
Fair nf New York is tho guest of his pa
rents, H. S. Farr nnd wife The mercury
registered !).' In the shade hen- Saturdny,
It. A. Young started for Buffalo, N. Y.,
Saturdiy night, allied there by the suddin
boarders from the Bread Loaf, made tho
ascent, several remaining all night nt tho
f.r.dgc." A company from Bristol went
Mrs. IIIU of Brandon is a guest nt II. L.
......... u S...1 ..... iniwl nm.-l.il V
.. ... i i.i...ir oa i,ini. foot deeii and the
,i ...nnfii o eMn.-. n... - - , ,.-.., ,vorP lloo(1(,r,.
5l ol irl, S "Accompanying the rain was a largo
T i n condlt lorn . o Rico am recelv- nmontit of hail. This fell with great or.n
Inr the caref.il 1 attenllnn cf the President smashing window panes and skylights at
i.ii.l it.,, wai-.leivirtmont o' lcials add every u iiuiunii " I""""
eft. ut Is ho tnr tint lorwani to relieve um
In Ihe districts of Clarke County ad
Vermont. 1 I.nssie Join (Marsh)
On lower. The winners will be called upon to play Oueeohv
nearly two i Adams and Denning, tho present eham- Owyhee
basements of many , pious in doubles. Kate M.'Cracken
K.VTRANCi: FUE3. Mlier Plato
........... i m ' , Van Znndl
J, . r," r,lZ ...r Geot'gb.nna .
! U. WUlllllL-i f.v-J '- ..... .
All entries must bo accompanied by the,
Lotties ilonc .Monday,
-opt. I, at 5 p. m..
Bn.okln's.-Mrs. (ieotge Lllllejonn a m fcl.rr,.ri111, raiisod hv Iho hurricane, ihe joining Aimw on .in- sun... . . i . s,ulll,,, i. (,,,( to Arthur G. SnruBUC. '" ''"
up or.nday lasl week. Thuixlay Dr. B. p, I (laughters ale visiting .Mrs. l ainuun it(., ,niy is ,nttllbd nt the iiwpo.ii.es mat c ups "'""' "S, 't , n Zf St. Jolu.bui y, Vt. Vt, i.wn"
lU'jllllU. .llf. 11. 4. liIIIIlll IHIP I" -
!ouslv 111 but Is mow Improving. J. M-
Colbv of Wlillin and Ills father, Joph !
..!. if '.11.1 t Mm el 1 1
I Mtlil v . I 1 III (I lilt null fl llli , . I fit r
the day on the mountain. On n clear day U1L" "' '-'"iiiy unio .m........ .......
Iho view is well worth tho cllmb.-Tliurs- Hngton.-A number from here w-ent lo
day was one ot the hottest days of tho'usahle Chasm on tlio exeurslon I-liday,
summer, the thermometer registering f'2 - :'"'- Post- a graduate nf Haml Ion coi
degroes. Water is ve'ry low In thestreams no- read at Town Hall, hhorchain
and the families who have a supply for '' I'nujy nigui. ne win pit-cui i.sn.v.
family use are few,
have been undo to the appeals for assist- puui's uioie was noi a nun u. .kuu..
n ice and noted Ihe lact ti ni appioMinni" , .... mu oin..--.
:lv tio.nnd or iW.nci) In money lus ucin
lira wings will take place at the Y. M. C. i
i.ilted to this end,
The Vermont Christian Conference will
held Its annual scti-lces In the I'nlon
church In this place, beginning Sent. 7th
find continuing over Sunday. Mrs. Frark visiting Miss A. F, Kingman. Mlfcs Lillian
Fstev and chl i Iron of Charlotte are vlt-IHusli of Barre is Ihe guest or7Wlss J. u.
Itiiig In town. -Tho lawn party at Orville Field this week. Mrs. A. R, Mhitum ot
Misses Minnie Tucker and Laura Ansm
of F.ssex, N. Y.. are visiting the Misses
Bard. Miss Annie Strong ot Boston Is
one lu-st otfenco of her nine with Intent to! 'lentil of Mis. H, 11. Young, Ills daughter.
i nA fi.-il fni ihi. nAii-ni. i . Ai. in.lnu' 'Plinrrt 1b nn chin tn (hf ti.irHfii
r u mi nnn mn 'i i"i mi n.- nil dim pt - . ... - . , . . . . i ., i
ure. amJWitlng to $50.17. who entered the Snrgent grocery store Inst Lstus I-.iday evening was a very pleasant Shoiehnm is visiting her brother H, ...
Mrs. IL 1 . Ellthorp died Friday morning i-'uuruay iiignt. it is tnougni to no somo uniinnuK mm mo iu,.Kr it-nntn nn.-..urn .....m mm,i ...
thorp was a useful monih- ir nf the Congre
iniifnial chiiroh, a member of the Worn
in & I i lief Corps nnd ni exeellint nurse.
She leaves h sides a husband, a daughter
and two sons lo mourn her lns. Funeral
services wero held Saturday at 2 p, tn,
n-i i, 1. ...... ,n.i T..,....
after a long and palnlul ilness Mrs nil-1 one who was familiar with the stoic, nnd.tliur, youngest son of both Hill, was mar-i ton Is visiting Miss Robinson. Clmrirs
thorn was a useful monih.-r nf the Conure-1 knew that thn safe was unloclied.-J. J. Iilert to Miss Lyilla Now of Poultnoy W Hoot of Charlotte and Minnie U. htone
Dumas went to Charlotte Sunday. Mi-s. i'huisday. Joph, sono of Francis Gu'n- of Charlotte were married August inn
ilttmas returned home with him. Tho 'Inn, met with a serious accident Friday at the home of tho bride's parents, ly
Bristol railroad curled 105 to tha Spring j while whittling, he stuck the point of tho Rev. O. G. Baker of Ferrlsburgh. Miss
Grove campm ellug Hun.lay.Mis, M. O, knlfo through the lid ot ins eye. mailing a Susan AtKcn oi Lynn. .Muss., is mshuis
Lelghton, Clarc-ncei Lcightoii, Jir, plight wounil in tho eye ball,-1. G. Klllott relatives In .town for a few weeks. H. N.
imm hPr t.ii.i roxirtrnof . llov. Mr iigi-ir. and Mrs. Flank .Murphy and Prof, and family oi biieinurne are visiiing at
filhclatlng. interment was In Prospect I l-'rank Burnham of Boston, and Frank C. C. Lee's. Mrs. Orlvallo EstUi nnd rrwi
cemetery Miirslinll of Lynn, Mass., wero tlio guests ' Odell went to Fltchbuig Saturday for a
The base ball gimo between V'ergennes ' of Joseph llask'ns nnd wile, and Mrs, .To- fiw weeks' stay with friends thoie. Rev.
nnd Addison on the fair grounds resulted .Hie Clmfo ny r Sunday. IVnf. Burnham Is M. W. Hnlo leturiied irom Northlleld,
in a victory for the former, moi- 20 to ). a blind man. He presided at the organ In Mass.. Friday and .onducled services In
llatte-rl. - V rgeunoH, lltilceml' mil Klngg-thn Baptist church Sunday morning. Tho the Methodist ehurnh Pev. Mr. Austin be
land, Addlsin, Merilll and i'.nihis..ii paint department of Iho Bristol Miuiufa-. lug nl.snnl at eaiiiruie.-llug. and iho
., . , ............ I. ...... ul.,,1 .lr.ii'1. frtc .,,, l'nlnu rlii.r,-li iinl li.'ktlt- 1 1 II ( . I .Oil M I. Iill.l
uuilt loriy young pcum.- neui uuiiii ihmus iii.....j r.,.,. ....... .... -.. . V. ' , , In the ltv
here to Milt Point to lit tend tin christen-1 w. k. Farmers are reporting gre.n Htm- Air, .-sensou Jiii'ii i m - ', ,,.,,.... ,,,,, vi-rul voars has
... .... .. 1..-1. i , ... ..J. ..!.. t..f II,,.,,, cln I. .... '.r.tnulu ,.f IP II Ml.itr iilttl f.il.llle OVl.I , Lt SSI UI ..l'l 1II1U lOT I t 1 ill .11-110
lllg 01 tin eril. .11 cniiiig- , ivnifii 1. us in..'- nn j tn 111111.111111 1 "-. - - , . .
ly been built ly L, Coty for u auinnivt ics- accounl vt tho cjiilluucU dry wcullicr. 'Sunday R--V. lluwaid iidli. .laslntuut j
Ball has his new house well under way
The many friends here of Mr... Virginia
Kimball will bo plor.seil to know that she
has accented a mist desirable position as
tencheT of Frmch and elocution in Iho
AV.ikelic .1 hlgn school, near Boston, nnu
also i-f a lar-fi clnis of private pupils
Mrs. Kimball is a very su.
(Continued un Third Pauo-
CHINESE EXCLUSION LAWS
Applied by (Jen. Otis 1 .1 Ilin Phlllpplnci-
IIU Artlnn 11 Murprme,
Corn was blown! down and fodder was
ruined, Several bridges in tlio lower part
ot the county were washed away."
HF.BL'RIAL OF JOHN BROWN'S FOLLOWERS.
Plattsliurch. N. Y . Aug. IS.-The date
has finally be-n set for the rebuiinl of the
A., St. Johnsbury, Sept. 1, at S o ilock p.
.... . ,.. ., 1. !.'i.. 1 . ems
.Maicnes, ocsi iwu ... i.i.ee. uiti ,e, ,, m y Al.xand-r (Sp.ar
three in live. , , . ....
All stts deuce and vantage. , "P f
n..l..., ... T H V 1 . T A tn rrtln-i ' V -
Illllt-' UI ill.- . fjwiwiti,
,1 ' S
Time, 2:10'i, 2:12.
2:11 clnss. pacing, pirsc $! o.- (untin sh 1)
Ti- .i,i,.in a,.l- "l-The stato depart- followers nf John llrown. wt-o met death '0f Hcsttn, fornvrly principal of
nshlngton Aug. J. llie Mate ucpari ,.. Vrvryt Vil., , Tne cere. ,.,j school In Waterhury. and Ml
WVWb a OtrhiVapXd mony will take place on August 2 nt North ot New Hampshire wore .tnited
int.Mno,o eve sloi U TH" follow liii? g.ucial invitation Huge at the home pf Rev. Mr. 'I
fhThi If",',,,, by tl,e l'ln,tl"" 111 Watorbury at 5 o'clock this a
Incs. The info million was a .b'P"s. 10 . -To tho public The public eeie- ,Mr. .mold mad- many frl. ml
I , 11 ni r has been under con- monies of tho relnu rmont of John Hroiin's , timipal ot the school, who have not for-
or , me an was not lollowers whose remain., have been re- ,-otten him. While he hud been making
siderntlon for sonie lime 1. 1 " ' rpnl..,n from Harper's Ferry will n ,eConl In Hostcn. He is now a prnctic-
known thn "-.en. Oils had put thn exc.u e nil r q. . )( Xo((h npnu v lhp,., lim1 ls su,,crlnttndent
BOSTON ATTORN ICY MAUIUIU").
Watetbui-y. Aug. 23. Ptcd Arnold Fern5ld 'MaMTdlllnn
of Hcsttn, formTly principal of tho gr.id- Blnze Bay
Miss tinlii-r Melson
in mar- Helon U
Tei ney of Handy
nlteinoon. -Art Alco
rhe public eeie-, jir. .uiold mad- many frit ml hero as Time, 2:09's, 2:10.
THE LEAGUE STANDING.
Mu.i i.iwj. . iu l-th.-i Fssox county. N. "i. An Invitation ,,f he nicrht schools of that city. The Inrnnklvn
more nnx lety as to the course ot this gov- to attend tho rormonlcs is extended to all ll(.wy m.irileil couple left on the 0 o'clo k Philadelphia
ernmt.it towards the Chlne.se In the Phil- tnose wno .11.' n.i. .. r..n ... ...n- .train inr an oxit-iiuit. iit-t......i. ....... r.oston ..
iiniiiii.w than toward those In Cua or . vent. I Baltimore
other narts of the word, mainly becnufei p. y.
tin Philippines are so near uiinii nnu j;npKCT THE END OF THE WORLD.
large numoers 01 wuuiesi- .,..i .nitrni...
,..nr.,.H .hr.. Thov carry on the hulk St. Petersburg. Aug. 2J-lteports irom
CLEMENT APPOINTED RE-iSt. I.ouls
Cleveland, O., Aug. 23. Judge Thompson
of the Fulled States Circuit Court to-nny
of the retail ra.le, nine a ex e, s . . - V' " "n r ' lim,olntcd Perclval W. Clemem of
fltiartcr In Manila nn.l seu.i ....1. ...v. .... " -.:-. "'7. ii,,i v. . receiver of Ocdenshuix Trans-
arryillg pncus, u. me ......ut... . -h .. 1 "... ".. :' V " . i-nmnanv nn tho ..nnllentlon nf
.l Kiiaiiuv waiiiiuii. ...t- it'iiinmi.it'ti.- ,' ,
Interior of tho Islands
' , ,11 ,,1 annlv 1.. Cuba Police lo stop emlgraltou lu oit.cr lo pee. ment of Jli.wo lo lite Muklni; fund trut.
una Poi to Hioev cnt the l ulu of bushier
nle'onlv actloi .ken here as to Hie Jii'goiidmbois, wishing li npend what they 1 Frederick . Pilnce. The action as be
lies, " Vi s 01 la s i as been In ruling .. .isldcr thir last ihos ,.l their Milage 1 gun n Massachusetts, the gioutid being
artheyere 'nn. a par, nf . ll.c Imnu-1 hon-e,. Fac.ory ow.iers hav-. asked MJZ L.0t,. XL
New York ....
"lie that Is warm thinks all so," bill
many people are always cold because 01
poor blood, Thuy need Hood's SurFu.