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TlfH BURLINGTON FREE I' HESS,' TIIUURDAY, SEI'TRAniET? 12, wot.
iZ Always On Lie Alert PRESIDENTS DM Observed at the Pan-American Exposition Under Auspicious Circumstances. A CONTINUOUS OVATION lug briskly over to tho hero ot the Mini rnno, grasped him rnrdlolly by the h'iti'1 anil ch.Uli (I with him for a few moments. Al the i oneltlslon of the tot option the President iiihI the members or his parly ngnln entered their c images and wcio taken to the home of Mr. Mllhurn In Dcla ware avenue. To ftirimh our customer with the be-t the market oilers, we shall hereafter sell, and are Sole Agents for Hart Schaffner and Marx of Chicago, finest clothing, for which we hud many calls. All first class magazines have kept you informed of the super iority of their clothing, so wc will leave the rest to your good judgement. Hereafter, Hart Schaffner and Marx clothing will be found among other novel ties at R TDRK&BRQ..I The Leading Clothiers. Ah Ho Mndo Progress Through tho Ex position Grounds Urjros Arbitration und Reciprocity In Trade -Lunch in Now York Building. For Kitchen Or Drawing Room) From Plain To Magnificent From 1 To 75 Can He Power From $1.00 To $25 00. Tlv limp furnishes .1 sp. nill subject f'ir the artistic idea 1 10 v..n know to what splendor and nnRntt .-enee di lu .11111 1 oration In lumps h's hi cm ! nrri d by 1 1 1 -f-fl Aim lie. 111 iv-nikim-n" A LOOK I N (II I! VIMIIHVI1IIV TMs repr nts oik cxtn me. but wc nnve pf tty. -e r icenblc lumps for one dollar. l,vetv kind, style, iilra nnti price In l'tiup tdieivrn In nnr cnnriunu-t leek. L. C GRANT, 'China Hall." 69 Church Street. Uuffalii. N. Y., S"pt. rp.-l'resldent'a day al tho Pun-Amcrieiiii Imposition 11111 Us nurse under every nusph mus condition ind attended with evety 1 ir. uiustuiico 111 I pint; with its high Import. President .M Klnley by his Hide, and surrounded by inln. 'in 1 . 1 -rji 1 - id' high ill" iid runk in he servlie 111 this und Ionian couniries, fuei-d a vast tliroiiK of people In the u -plumule at noun lo-da) and l I iv r d an address that hioiighl the Uii.inlcrous ,ip plausc of the multitude. Never before hat) -Hi li a crowd gathered within the expo sition giound- The Hipli were pa' kid In the esplanade to the point of suffoi-iitlo.i and nverilnw id down tin (milt ot loan tains and to tho rut mil -pine In fruit ol the Kin eminent buildings at the li.iit and the hni in tlltnral building to the 'el'l. The President's wolds were llbl l.O'J to atleiilholy h the ntnUonc. . III.- rctuiencc to the name 01 Hlalno as thu man nisi pai ahly associated with the I'lin-American movement the statement that m Iproeitv treaties ate In harmony with the 1 li It . f the limes, that tin Ameili.in penplu must iMtild the 1-thnilan ('anil .mil tin- Pucltic Hide and e moorage our met chant "nii-in service and that Isolation If n" longer pi.s slide or desirable, weie partb tilarly well received. The President's progress through the os position grounds to the si idliim and tin nco to the variou- buildings aim i xhlblts nf the funadu and the South Ann 1 lean n -pnblli s was om i onllninnis ovalinn. Piesldent Alt Kinley said he was Hl.id to ! again in the 1 Hy ol liuflnlo and . x duingc greetings with her people, to whose (jeiuiuns hospit illtt he was not .1 strniiR 'i. and with whose good will he had been upratedly and -dKnallv hoiimcd. To-day he had I tie- addition d satisfaction of m 1 t- I tug and MvliiR v el. ome to the foreign 10,1 l'i si ntallM s a.-si milled lur". We glvt Hi hind of fellowship and felicitate with them upon the tmimphs of art, sol. nee, cdnt atlon and ni..nnfai tare the old ha.s hi - ii'ie.itlied to tin urn ci ntnry. lOxpii-itlons an ihe time1 ecpers of prog less. They record the world's advanci 1111 nt and stlmu.it.. the energy, enterprl-e and intellect of the people, and ipiick n h iman renins. c.mpntNnn of Ideas Is til ivajn eiliic.itlon.il and ipiest for trade Is an Incentive t.. m. n of Inislniss to devise Intuit and Impiove production. This portion nt ihe caith has no cause) for humiliation lor thepart It hnspcrfeuni ed 1 1 the march of , Ivilizatlon. It has not lu complislud evert thing tar from It. It sini pl a s mine Its best ll Invite the friend h in airy r.f all powers in the peaceful put-nits of tiade .-mil commerce, and will co-operate- wlih all in advancing tin- high-(-t .iid hist Interests of humanity. The wisdom and energy of all nations Is none , too 'r. at for the world's work. I Aftir all, how mar olio to the otlur Is I evi r part of the world. Modern Inven tion has hrmiKht Into closo relations wlde l separated peoples and made them het- , t r ac'uu.ilnti d. ( ieoKiaphlcand political d-l visions will continue in some extent hut di-t 11111 has I111 n Ifncnl Isolation W no loiiiin po--ilde or ilislralde. (bid and mm him iinkid the nations together. No nn tnm can lonm r be lndlffei em to any other. I And as we are brought more and 111010 In tomb with each ntlnr the less occasion I 1- time for mlsundi rst lnillm:. and a 'trmiKcr dlipoltbin. when we ha--,, dlf'i r cei - to adjust them in a court of arbitra- ti. a which Is the noblest form of settle- TRACK RECORD LOWERED. Swiio Kiist Trottltiff nt tho State Fnlr -VlHlt of Vlco-Prosldent Hooo Volt, Kvont of tho Day. Holland Sept. .'.The third ami last da. of Ihe Vermont Stnti and Hutlutid County Asrleiiltlilal societies joint I'alr which closed In this ( lly In-day was made nota ble by tin vMi and .iddress of Vlce-Presl- 'dent lioo-eMlt al the .vroumh:. The at- teudaiK'i was well op to that of ednei' (lay and 11 Is estimated that at hast CO) people vlsltid Ihe Kroilllds duiillK the day. Tin time noes weie eipnil If not siipetlor to those of the preci illni: days' and Have secral close heals. In the II 1111 1 heat of the 11 1 e-l'or-all the li .'K k re( ord was low it 'd by ( hehallls. 11 l,elnK!on. Mas"., horse. A stilni; of dr. W. Seward i bb'h hackm ys wll!"h were exhibited on Ihe track early In the afternoon met with a inauiilheetil ovation. The chid even if the mornlnc al thu fair was the cavalead. of all exhibition linr-MR oral pi le wlnlne slock Imludim; the famnus Molmiu bliid. Al 11 o'clock (lie I'loilir Cornet hand M.iv a (oneert alter whlih the e .-n; of the lair took place With Mayor .1. Itur- ton llolllstei. of Itutlnnd, imH Col. Ilenty i) Carpi'iiler, president of th Coniit) Ai rieiilloral -o-li ty, .Mr llooievelt hi driv. n thioiiRh 1I1N clly to the filr iriiinds. Comany A of lie Vermont Na tional (iiiards wii- nr.twn up at the en trant c to tin- t-rntitid- nial . scorted the vn e-prisliient to the srraker's stand In ftoot of the main mnnd stand which was pnekiil thickly with eople. Ml. Poos -nil was chin a bin ( vailon and riven tho cleMst .it t. nt Ion during the short sjiocuh he made, ritimmaiy of i-.iom; r:'.'l TPllT AND PACK. PPHSK V2'A Tame! lane, h. s 1 1 1 .lai k 11.. h. K I I'llncc licKent, .lr., ell. R., .1 ROOSEVELT Guest of Honor at the Annual Dinner of the Fish and Game League. AFFAIR A GREAT SUCCESS more than tin lawyers, lie then told tho stoiy of the IrWhiian who saw the In-M-rlptlon on a tombstone: "lleie llm a 1awer and an honest njnn," and ask d why they buried two men In otic Rrav.-, ond InttodlRTd Jndun Charlos II. Darlli f? id l.ennlneiou, as one who was at thu sune time a lawyer mid an honest man. JI'IKIK. DA Itl.rNO'H HKHPONSIi. JiidKc Darllnu was warmly Rreeted and and 10 the Jury convicted til in, and the lone hsheiman, after irnlm? to the Icq I station, was Informed hy the wise nun that thero was nntiKht nKalnst him and ho Went sent lice. ' " The d ieltlue announced In Unit rn e seems to he i hut If a man flsheM with live lines one hook on each line, he Is nil rlRht, but ll hi IIsIich with live hooks on one line. In K a, 1 ortender nKillnst the ma Jestv of the lasv. Notwithstanding the 1,.. made one of his characteristically hap. practical and IiriiI dllllcultlns which it py speeches, lie Introduced his remark I sometimes encounters the leaKUe Is un wllh 11 story of PytliaMoras llluslratltn; his douhtedly restralnliu; In some measure the Nows of Attomptod Assnssliintlon of President McKlnley noachod the Vice-President 11a Ho Was Pre paring to Hold a Koooptlon Wns Greatly Affoctod. I .1 i f A.u I'unsi-: V.fo. ... 1 Dick W lley. P. r . Tune a.Kit,. 2'SI. I-M Hi: l-'UU Chehallls. hlk. s llimh Mack. b. 1; 'h lor, h k Carrie D., h. 111 Time I'lliiU. -'17, L'lll'i. 2:.-.'i TIU.T AND PACK, 'I'iinnthhy, V. T., b. K An tic KIiir, h. r John .1., ( h. k Time, 2.2 ::ij.. 2::M,. The fair whh h clos. d MH(es In every way. soils will exceed expictallons of the ma iiRcment. 1 1 Pl'PSK 3 3 1 I 2.".n. 1 I 1 3 .1 to-f In has been The Ilium, i-il r When You Marry 11 win ue money in your pocket and you are sure to be satisfied, if you get tho wedding cards of tho Kkei: Pnr.ss A- ii.tATioM. n'K MAkt; onuments. irtlkih. .Modem Dealgi 3 ( nil on u Savt agents" commissions. Honest Work Mmli'i.i'a Prlc. J- W. GOODELL, K7 Tine fit. Hurllntfton, Vt. m. nt of International disputes TriuU statistics Indicate that this conn- shut down for n week's vacation try Is in a state of unexampled prosper-' wise conditions: remain praetle.illv lly Ihe llRiires aio almost appalllim. I'liat all the people are purtlclpatliiR in tl is Ki-int prospeilty Is seen In every Amei'lien community and shown hy tho eiioinious and unprecedented deposits in our savliiRS banks. V( have a vast and In- tiicalc husiness, hnilt up thronih yiar-i of loll and striiRRlo, In which every part mployed; ret ill trade and collections re nt the country has Its stake which will not ' main fair, while eiops hid fair to lild permit either ncRh-ct or undue selfishness, an aveniRe honest The same Is tr ie No nanow, sordid policy will subserve It. I at Kt. .lohn-bury and the bailltiK manu- The Kiulest skill and wl-dom on the 1 fact urltij concern there Is unusually ae- part of m.inufaetiirel s and 'pioducers will 1 tlve Morrlsvlll he leipilnd to hold and increase It. Our- fairly active, with retail trade Rood and Industrial enterprises which liuv I eollef tlons fair. Conditions are unohaiiR- ed nt llarre; trade Is reported Rood and A Careful Kitchen Girl. wants n poslllon. If you wnnt the clrl, ubo a Free PreM Kant ad, She will dq forthcoming. ' it you aro the irlrl, usa a Freo Pre kvant ad. You'll got a posl'.lon Immediate ly. Vermont 1 full ot rood clrla and good positions. Th Free Preia flndi the clrla for the poaltloas and vie versa. grown to such tireat ropottlons af- fed til.- homes and occupations of tho pooph and the weltare of Ihe eotintrv. Oi'r e.iiiilty to produce has developed so inormoiisly and our products have so m d- tlpll'd that the problem of mole markets Kipilies onr 111 ki "t and Immediate alt. n- tloii. (inly a bioad and enllKhtencd pol h v will k'-i p what we have. No other liolh-v w ill Ret more. Inthesi times of mar- v Ions 1 nisi i:. -s eneruv and Rain we oiirIu to be lonklliR to the future sticiiRthenln the weal; places In onr Industrial and run- nun Inl H.istemK. that we may be readv for anv hlorin or strain. I. sen-lble trade arraiiRements which will not Intiriupt our home production, we shall extend the outlets lor our In-j en ashiR sin pliif. What we pinduce beyond our domestle, eonsiimptlon must have a vent abroad. The exi c"k most be relieved llininnh a lor elcn outlet, and we should sell everywln re W( e-111 and huv wherever the buyliiR will cnlarRe our sales and productions. 1111. 1 tiler, b) make u creater demund for home labor. Tin pi rind of excluslvi neus Is past. The expansion .it onr trade and commerce Is tlie pii-slMR problem. Commercial vv.ru are nnpi-olllalile. A polh y of Rood will 11111I inetiillv trade relations will prevent to pusils Ib-i Iproeitv ti'inths are In hiu unny with the spltlt ol the tlnus; nieas 111 es of rcltalatloii ate not. At the ArRcnllne exhibit In the nsrlenl I111.1I biiildinR tin- Prrsldent was pren-nt-1 d 'vltl. .1 laiRe boinpu t of Amirlcuii b.-.iii- tv rosi s and he with hccnitary ol ARih ul. t ire Wilson and the commissioners from the Latln-Amcrlcan countries and Can ada posed for a Rroup pliotoKrapli. The pri sldentlal party arrived at tho New York State bnlldltiR at 1 o'clock where In- nsled for half an hour. At l:SQ the elder 1 xecutlve and 211 vuests lncbid inR the diplomatic corps a member of tho (.iblnet. .IndRcs, o1lle(rs and other promi nent men sat down to an Informal Pinch-1 (on. The llnral dcdiratlnis of the build-1 InR weie superb, 1'reshbnt Mcltlnloy sat In the center of the main table. On his ilRht were Henor Don .Manual Do Azplrost, ntnhassador (rum Mixleoj Duke De Ar (os nnd ntlnr members of Ihe diplomatic corps and al Ids left were Hon, Daniel N. Lock wood, James Wilson, secretary of tiKiieulture and members of tho Ni iv Y iVk State board. I.eavlttR the New York Stntr bullillnR at R-'Jil. the President nnd his eseoi t of pollen mid cnvaliy crossed the esplanade to (he Kovornmnit bullillnR where Im wns recth id by the federal troops Chairman Hi lit ham of the Roveruinent board, escorted the Pieslil. nt iinddlplniuatlc corps through tho bulldlnss rallliiK their attention to the ptlnclpal Roveruinent exhibits. aflec vdikh the I'resldeiil held a reception un der tho donm of tin main bulldlni;. Nearly Win luvllatlnns had been sent out and th President wns busy shaklnK hands for 21 mliuitoH. An Incident that hroiiRlit forth a rlpplo of upphiuse nee urred while Piesldent .Mc Klnley was mnktiiK the rounds through tlio naln Rovernment hulldliu He had pass ed one of Ihe navy exhibits when suddon lv lie noticed Cnptaln Mobson HtalidlliR at ' Attention," II ltln ho turned and walk- The X'ermont l'lsh and (iaino I.eiiRUe held tin tr annual 0111I11R Tilday on iln spai lous and b-initiful Rrounds of Hon. Nelson W. h'lsk at Isle (.a .Motto one "1 the most (harmliiR spots In the whole l.uki Hntlan i Champlaiii rcRlon, which Is eiulva. nt to saypiR tlint It was one 01 uie 1 iifin..i- Iul places to be tunnel Htivwheio. Mute than Imio people vvre pre sent. The I. o President ol the t ' lilt. (1 Hint en, the R' nlnr flitted States Senator (ruin Vermont, the member of Ceiimrc-ss from the first dis tl 1, v 111 Ions State onlelnls, 'two dltlni.ulli. u authors and many men of note from al parts of ihe State were e.ne'ts of th - Ranlzatlon whh h has done so much for the iiie-ervatlon 11 11-1 pi op ir itlon of li h and Kiiinc in the (Ireeii .Mo'iotaln S a e. j No mote Ideal summer weather could h In-aRliud than that of l-'ilihi). li w.s j a perfei t AllRttst day left ovvi for Septem- oer, IllllinR one 11110 n-ri;i iLiiiiies unnt autumn is already at hand. The entile proKrummc was carried nut In 11 maiuie tint left niitliltiK lo be desired and thu onl) Incident that marred the pleasure nt the daj was Ihe antioiincemenl b) S un o Pi in lor Irom the ste; s of eie.v. risk's ie. Idciue. "hortly befnro (he departure of the boat, that Pte-ldcnt McKln'ey had b en shot -an announcement vvh eh was r. -iv-ed with expressions of Rr.l and horror Irom the assembled crowd. The Chnteamtav left the dock at the toot of CeilloKc slrei-t at 12:1.. w th about 1W1 people on board. The trip to Isle l"i Motte vvn a very nleasant one. On lio . d the boat were a few iilYh-Mii Piers and silll otheis who would like, to h", but the Rrea malnilty were citizens In whoso breasts the tire of political ambition had n"er been kindled, Im who take a kei 11 Interest In mat lets pollll. al and the topics dci s -rd were not all coin ernlnR Ihe tlsh In et mont'y waters, or the four-f et"d Rame on her hills. The I'linloniisav reach, d Isle l.n Mntte shortl.- afl'i- 2 :a. the Klfrld.i with Hie dl.tinRiilln d Ruests hiivltiR nrilviil an hour earlier, lit her boats brought vl'ltnrs from Swanlnn. St Albans and different points, lion. N. . I'lsk annoiinciil that dinner was readv and all footsteps wire turned towatd a mammoth tent oroitret on the Krininds In which the nood Indus of Isle i.n Motte had ircpare-d bouutllul dinner, otic of the chief features of which was chicken pie. which Vermont vvonu n underst'ind so well how lo prepare and lo which Vermont men are always trad) to do ample Justice. Sealed ,11 the table of honor were VI. e Prisidint Theodore Koosevelt. at Ills He-lit President .I11I111 W. Titcomb. presluent of th" Vermont I'Nh and (lame I.enRiic and at his left Coiniressnian D. J. Poster, who ae ted as tc astinnst. r. At Pre-ldent Tit eoinb'H rlRht w ere seated Winston Chun h III. ltavmoiui I'. Smith of Wells Hlvr. liny -Mnre-hle ot llo-.ton. Jeremiah Curilii, Cien. .1. fi. .McCiilloiiKh of North Ili-nnliii;-lon. John Hariett. W. 11. WrlRht of Dr vvell nnd K. I'. CePhardt of Shelluirne, at his left weie Se n itor fledllelil Proi tor, Cliarlri II. DaiilitR of HennliiKton. John 11. Seymour of New York city. c-.eiov. John W. Stewart of .Mlddlehnry. JiiiIrc H. II. Powers of Monlsvllle, W. A Maclun of ashliiRton. I). ('.. ex-Cov. Carroll S. PaRe of Hyde Paik. tjen. W. W. iiiout of Klrhv and Hon, Nelson W. I'lsk. I-'.icIhr Presidint Titcomb were seated lit. ltev, .1. S. Midland, bishop ol Ilin HtiRlon. Chnrles Low, I.. II. Oreenc, A. T. Prad ley and M. C. Herry. After the luniRer of every Riiest had , been amply satisfied President Titeoiuli rapped for onPr ,md annininced that a short hiislm ss nu-eilnK would be held Ib-n J. J Kstey proposed the name of , lion. Theodore fioosevelt as an honnraiy member of the lenRiii' and he was elect, el 1 by a risliiR vote amid Rieat enthusiasm. 'The names of im new members weie pro posed and they were duly elected. The St Albans (.Ice club then sniiR "To Arms" In an admirable manner, this and other se lections renilcied liv theoi ailfllnir mucli tr ri ports manufai turltiR 1 .,, pleasure of tin oce-nfdon. I President Titcomb spoke lulelly of tliea I work of the orRiinl'.atlon saylns In sub- stan.-e: position. The speaker said he was not a hunter and he was not a fisherman, and until his present InlrodtictUn to the toast innstcr, be had not enjoyed the reputation ol beltiR a liar lie came to llurlliiRtoti with the Idea of see Imc hlint(r and fish ermen present, lie thoiiRht certainly hn would (hid them on conilnR to Isle l.a Motte. He had seen no one llshllisi be had seen no one huntliiK. About every one he' had eon was sawliiR wood. When President Tltcomh called upon him for a few remarks on thin ooenslmi. he supposed somethitiR was wanted with releretice to politics, but tho president had told him that If anv man was omurI t talkliiR polltlcsthat If any man was eaiiRht he able lo net off from the Island alive JuiIro Darllim then paid a glowlnR tribute lo the Islai.d, spcakliiR of the extelll to which It had llRUred In the' history of Ve r inont and the Champbilii valley. lie thought It President Titeoinb's elci fee should he carrleel out. the- Island would become a vast drave yard. There Is a sci lous side to the work of this tlsh and R-nii- lenRiii'. however said (lie speaker, who procce-ded lo show what the heal In-llui-nee of the oiRiinlzntlon was and should be. He pointed out that we are- 11 bus) people, and we- need somithlnR to lak. us nut Into the woods and Into the mountain" We need some In'liiince of Hits nit to break up Un- dypepshi whl -h has e-iinie to eharai-terle nnr life to sue ll a n erki d depree. The lull fruition of the work of the Ver mont l'ldi nnd (iatne l.eiiuni- nie.ni tirowth nnd proRress In vaious directions. II tin mis Improve moid In out surround lti's. It mi mis Rood mads, and the Insil tutliiR ol other public wnrk Inte-neled to ifike onr Stale mere attractive for vll-tor- as we ll as a more delightful State In will, li to Ihe. With proper legislation for tin- protection of our llsii and Rame thi'fe Will I ome a bellelil to all el is-.es nf onr people-. .Vlthnif-h "hut off to some extent from the world. nld Mr. I'osler. we do not eh --ire a reputation for provlnd illsm b t welcome the llteratote of other eoiintiles. Ue tin n Introilucul -is ope who had b en in Instt unient In hrltiRlnir t us some of the finest of Korope-nn literature. .Ie-reml..h Cut tins, well known as the tiaii'lator of Qnn VndK JP.HI'MIAII CI'ItTIN'S I! KM A ItKS. ip.iclty of those lawless Individuals who want lo hunt and Msh In season and out season. It Is btlnglnR home lo some law brealters a realizing sense of the biblical statement that there. Is season for all thliiRS-a time to kill and a time to n -Iraln. And If It succeeds In pieservlnR-the- fni littles nf the State for huntlnn uud IIiIiIiir It will have done a useful wot k. Vermont Is an Ideal vacation resort; hir hills and vales are culm nnd peaceful; no sound of harsh, shrieking trolle-v cars Is heard In her solltude-s; the hum of b.r'a Is pleasant to the Jad'd ear; nnd man mav here commune with nature undisturbed, (lentleiin-n, 1 will give you a toast to thin grand old State, which we nil lov so ilceer I Iv (ho will have to bedrv); may her peoplo never grow as verdant as her hills! WINSTON CliritCllll.T,. In Int.-ndiu Iiir Ihe- lie-it speaker Tonsl- mastir t-'osti't- said: "I'lshei men may be poor storv tellers, sometimes, but the. e njoy the stories of others. We have with it-, to-elav a pi luce- ot tory Idlers who .knew Hlehard Carvel and the heroes of The Crisis nunc intimately than any oili er mHti -Wluston Chun tilll. a citizen of the I lilted Studs. Mr. Cbui chill Is a slenih r. smooth faced young man. nlmo t boyish In his appeal. nu e-, but In Is ve. V pba-lMt -peake-r He said In part: I fed It a Men I honor lo be here, but I feel It n greater honor lo he here with the Vic -I President of the I'niled States (applause).. 1 Blew up with a feeling ot reverene which I have not gotten over nnd when I ' ni"t Col. fioosevelt I felt much as Tom Thumb did when he nu-t President 1.1 1 1 oln I had a dasnnate at tho naval neadeniy at Annapolis whose name w.n Pookwalter. Later he was with the Amir ban seined! on sent to represent Amerloi at the opening of tin- great Kiel canal. The (leiniiu Kmpiror eami on board thu lliRshlp and among other things said h e-nloyed his visit because tin sailors elldii t knock thdr heads on tin- eleek when lv e.mie r,n board. He visited the eiia " room and when he b ft mv frle-nd picked up a piece ol waste- up on which the Kmperor had wlp d his bun. Is that Is w hat I 1 II n v er enoe. 1 heird the Vice. Pre si ent tell of 1I10 ritlri-na of our country I have In mind a type of the highest -tlei ship. A man who served with gallantry In the civil war, was marvi'lottsly successful In bti'lncs.e ranking high among the e apt tins of 111 dttstrv, a statesman of note- whose dee is and words are Indelibly printed on the r c ords 01 our country, and h- has h en a better soldier, n better bultio man, n better statesman, becnu-ie he has hud the still It of a nru class hunter. I refer to Senator Pio'tor. Sera tor Spooncr, whom Senator I'm tor re nt ly enterlnlm-et bus 11 gallant civil war r e. oid nnd ranks a'nong lawyers as Smuor Ploetor do"s omo'trf Ijiislnes. men. Ho rankn hlh In the HeniMe as de.. Seinie, Pre . tor snd lie Is alrnrsl as entliu-druitl.. a hunter and fisherman as vour own rfi-v" fit' r. l.ve-ry man who wciks aIo o -eels to) I lay. I am Inloiv-tid In all furred, rntr l r.nd feathered Inh ibltmits ol the vvooiM and waters. I nm Interested In the vvll 1 erness Itself. Those things prevent tho tune ne ss r.nd monotonv vvhld soni' timed eonie Into lite I do rot need to Imtii-' s upon vrtt the democratic elu-futei- if w 'I ex'intid laws for the preservation of t ie, flsl and Riinio and forests If von do nut pn M-rvn them sain the only places wn. in they may be found will ie "hn sreat nrl vnte preserves. The s t fnrnirr, tl. tnidiniilc, the men of mall means I; the cltbs arei the most concerned In the ,u---servallon of game I understand th it, deer have Increased In tilts State. A d id deer Is worth u few dollars but a live ,p ni ls win lb much nvre It Is a halt for ' It v sportsman. They de not ulwnys bit thu (her dud they dei leave 11 hundred ',ni"1 tin worth of the- cher In the money tine siinl. l-'ro-n a pes nnlarv rl endpoliit it :t a glint thing to have join tUh and -ii.io piotei ted. Then- l alwavs virtue In vig orous hardv out of door spoits M th dot- of the Vleo-Pre ' ld"U'' -eeh three In anv ehe.rs wre utven for I im and the as emblage adlourned. ROOSEVELT HEARS THE NEWS. A E SHE 000 Fall Demand Compares Well With Last Year and Still Expands. GREAT AMOUNT OF BUSINESS Stool and Iron Goods Prodttcod In Great) Quantities Raw Surur Demoralized-Woolen Goods In Good Shapo-Fewor Men Idle Than a Wook Ago. New York. Sept 6 Pr . I 'r. BUSINESS IN VERMONT. Tho Situation ns Reported by Brad streot's Hurlli-K-ton Renrosontatlvo. j Itiiiiilry InVilinont through l!i adstn 1 t's liiiihnglon 1 1 pri-sentnth e revnils the fol li wing coiiilltlons: Till' l ivoi able features reporti d tin ough o.lt the State for the past few Weeks In husnes and Industrial elides continue nil prospei ts are g 1. Workmen 111 e v.dl 1 mployed as a title. The potato crop Is small but pi lees an- high and there will not be a large net loss to fanners. The apple 1 rop will also be small. Olhe" ' Isi- .igi Icultiiral inli rests are l.ivoranle nil ihe good weatlnr for llv past week as In 1 ti I.. 11etlci.1l for late clop. 1. 11111 . r. gr'iiiili. marbh and slate Inleie-ts ie vii) active and tin- creami'ibs eon Liue to do wi 11. Ilu.-liiiss Is nearly all departments Is -noil at Hnrllngte.n: manulai tin lug tnt-r-s-ts ar well cmplnvid, retail trade is good, and there is the usual distribution in I ih'.iki way. The stock of coal tor (he fal' and winter trade- has been receive el to a large extent and dealers In oilier, heavy snppihs are sct-111 In-, Roods 111 con-iib r - Ili amounts. ..vailing thems-lves of 1I10 low transportation rates which open navi gation hy lake and e.inal allords. Manu facturliiR business at Hollows Calls im Rooel, retail trade active and collections lair. The vleld ol potatoes and apphs from this see turn will be .small. There hi s boon no particular change In manu facturing or letnll biislni-ii.s at lieunlng ton which continue eiul. t. collections fnir I) good. At ltralth born a large plant has nth- r as re pel tnl last week with retail trade fair Pronounced activity In manufacturing Hue' Is tin- rule at Itntland; tin- marble works are running to fall cnpm-lty. and It Is slated that seldom If ever before, has this line of business been so pro.-pi rous. Oilier lines ef manufaitute are also fully Mr. Curl In 1 i re-fed thinks for his cor dial qreelliT niid lailibd the suprer. o pni'-e ol hospitality. A" hot and gue-t rise In dlRi'lty. o does the function at th" f.-ast to-day. the ho-1 is a ire it Mat represented bv her loading I'ltlyens. Th guest of honor Is a mo t whhlv known public man In nerle.-i lapnlnnse), the man mot Intimate lv known bv the pcnpl , the heir al I iw of tin- White Hons an I Million-- of Anierl' an cili7ons hope- that In the future he will he Hie 01 1 iipant of that come mati'loti (Mule did Mr. Cnrtln suppose n he uttered these words thai a gnat Paged)- was bdiiR 1 nncted In a 1 ity a few hun dred miles away that was llkoie to si'dden Iv thrust upon the man he was praising the great 1 espoiishlllt.-s of chief execu tive of the nation.) Mr. Curtin eontin ii' d bv referring lo the great ciue-tluns !o fme i he public one external and one In ti runl. I- true honest n piihlh in government meeting to-day a man who had si.pt vv tn him In the old e-ovv-pimehlna days. I we n der If the man kept Ihe n.ght gown ho sb id in mat night, though perhaps tl-ev didn't use nU-ht gowns out west In those days. This Is an age of young men and Siti.itor Pro. tor P. one of the young, st men I snow. This Is mo .1 glittering g nernlltv by : ny ine-ans 'Ihe .Ice-president hlm-elf W a' proof that this Is an nge- e,f toon'-' men rip plmisei Mr 1 'hill" hill 'old several good st'iriis in 1 most delightful maniur in 1 -tas iouflly at ol nided. No one aside from the Viee-Pri i le-nt leeched a warmer vv I- from the andle-nie than the author of ' rtb bin. I carvel The. toasiniastei- nld all will agree with nu- that the league s greatlv lndebfd to various men fi r Important -ervb es, hut to one In p-rtli I'.hn who 111 different oc casions has be-in instrumental In nmrlii-; the league ellst It-gulsheel Riuts. It i "-s tip pleasure to propose the health and lo pie-sent to yen our honored senior I. nlt"d Slates Sinnter. Ftec.iidd Prodor. York v est. Ill SI price It b i.i'vetiei.-c oi. si'v.tTfiii iwrie"i'or?. In America 'In- hlplirst good or is our ef-j loft for some thing dse? Shall we seek Si nat 11 I'roctnr received -m ovation and market" and gnat wetlth tor a 1 he was most happy In his remarks. Ho elgr. fi vt men or lorporatlons or shall the main iliergles of the repllhlii be not onlv In niike America llv mistress of th" world's Indiisti) but to kee p the republic pun- and true? Vermont Is famous (or he-r eetiiiy for her beautiful mountains, for her hl--torle- lake, hut mere than nil for b r strong men. Ilersons areunsurp.issed In stalwnrt IHss. In keenness and In honestv. and she has furnished great men for overt- walk of life-. Your guest of lionnr tn-dav Is a man who has worked out a great career larefullt with persistence and skill but always with the highest objects (n view. The (llee eluli Hun s.mg .1 selection. To.istmaster Poster said one of the ob 1ects of the meetings of the league was to lulng lorw.ird tin- toung m-r. of Vermont .md show thai the state was producing material readv to take the pl.u e of our re tiring publl" servants. He then Introduced as one nf the State's rept oentatlvv youi g men, Mr. Raymond 1'. Smith, who spoko ns follows: it. r. smith s sPKKcii. he-Ill scarce, wllh collections lair. At White lilver June lion business In both iimnufneturing and n tail lines Is good; I e'olle e tlons as usual. I In review lug the situation throughout 1 the country. P.radstre i t's Journal sats: A further Improvement 111 corn i rop nd I vices, c.inlldence In the early ending of jthe steel strike, a further advance In cot ! ton due, however, to crop eh terloratlnn as much as to the belter tone of dry goods trade nelvie es anil nisi. 0111 inn least, the advent of cooler weather, aro unitedly responsible for a still further en largement nf general trade di tributlim at nearly all markets and a perceptibly bet ter and more- cheerful tone of business generally. Specially good reports i-ome irom such centers as Chicago, which rt polts a very heavy business in dry goods, clothing and shoos; from St. Louis which advises of unusual activity amoiiR job bers nnd the dry Roods trade In August la v nnd expeclatlon; from Kansas City, which reports that Jobbers have- all they can elo to handle business offeilng. and irom Omaha, which reports August trade linger than last year. At the Kast the features are the heavy demand for wool at illrm prices nt New York, Philadelphia and lloslon, and tho e xpansion In dry goods demand at those same ( Itles. Hank deailtiRs agRroRitte $1,710.057,7.14 for the wock, a gain of 2 per cent over last week, of "il per cent, over this week a year ,t;o and of 20.4 per cent over 1M0. Husiness failures for the week number ls. against 1S1 last week, Km In this week a year ago, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Tlrod Mothers. It's hard work to take care of children and to cook, sweep, wash, setv ami mend besides. It makes n shop of tho home 11 shop, too, where sixteen hours make a day and yet (here Is much workliiR overtime. Hood's Sarsaparllla helps tired mothers In many ways it relreshes the blood, Im provers tho appetite, nnd nsmircs restful bleep. Ovor Fifty Yonrs Mrs. Wlmslow'K Soothing Byrup has been need for children while toeithlaR. It soothes tho child, poftons the iwmB, al lays ull pain, cures wind colic, and Is tho best reemedy for Diarrhoea. Twonty-flva tents a bottle. Sold by all drut.'glsta throtichout tho world. piu:sid.-:nt titcomh's pukch. I Oenllemen: You have not come hi re for a seilotts talk and I am not Rolug to con sume your time with one I want 10 say. how iter, tint If the league bus .sulheient lullui'iice to give rlr- to the suspicion that II Is a governor making nowr land some have Intimated that It's power Is eteu more fai-ieae hlng) It certainly should have- still, dent Inllurnce to obtain legisla tion more fater.ible to the proput'.it ion 11 ml protection of our fish nnd gime than are Hie present laws. It should 01 abl to ctei.le a public sentiment In support of tl e prosc-euting rtlhcrs and Judges of tho 1 cunts which would brook no compromin H shnulil-he i.hlc to obtain appropriations sutllclent to maintain at least one or 'wo salaried wardens, v 1 n she -aid he constant ly employed In Ihe execution of the duties pel talnlng lo their rfficc. If you will all talk these matters over aa you go to your bonus r.nd with vour in lithiums at hone, you will do mirh to fuilher the- s. lions objects for which tho league was organized and which It Is tit le mptliiR tei enrrv e ut Remember tint no i nttei how good Un laws cniK ted, they (iinnot he properly e.veeuli'd without a public srntlmi nt In fine r of thein To our Rile st of honor, I extend a wel come In behalf of Ihe Vermont Kish and f)nme League whom .ton have honored as Its guest; In I ( half of the Ladles' Aid so eld v, who nave so i.inpl) provided for tho Inner man; In hehnlf of Gov. fisk. .v'i 1 has thrown (pen his houso ami his grounds 1 exlmd this welcome lo tin other ("islliiRiilshed guests who n.ivu united with us to make this occasion a memorable rne. I now have thu honor of introducing as toastirasl-r, the Hon. D. J. Foster. TOASTM ASTKIt KOSTKR'S ADDIU'SS, When Mr. Titcomb asked me to spiak, being a Yankee I ask.d him what ho wanted me to talk about, the same as Iiulge Darling did And he told ni" what I mustn't talk about. He pall I miisn't talk politics. I don't know how he expected me to sav auvthlng to Inter est you gentlemen with that limitation. Perhaps he thought Hint anything would he more acceptable to you than "shop talk." The only tlsh that 1 know any thing about Is Ilass', which Is constanllv becoming scarcer owing to the efforts of the Vermont Legislature ably seconded by llv eminent Jurists who adorn our su preme bench. And the dlfcusslon of this useful article of diet has been tabooed, I tin Informed, since- the good people of 1 the State so fully discussed ihe me. ting of the league at the Van Ness, fli utle men. I shall not talk of fishing. eltlKf for votes or fish, nor )d of the noble and manly science whose apostle was Nlmrod, and by sedulously avoiding anv reference' to Rami- or gamva. shall -trite not to re mind any one of you what he did the last time In- wns awny from home without his wife. It will be my pleasant duty to touch on the relation of the league to tho, State. Vermont Is too small a State to' have trusts; she has no fatherly railroad to guide and direct her movements, like some of her sisters, although It mii-t In lonlessed (hat the Central has at times manifested a klndlv Interest In In r wel-, I, ue-. In aer elite extremity sin- feels the need of statesmen whom she can trust to wisely manage her affairs, andMit It be1 said to the credit of the members of the league that they have ever been lead) to re spond to her call. Ai 1 unboned to water, it Is no hardship for the llshcriuen of tho league lo leave the New York ind New Hampshire borders and betake themselves tei Mnntpelier where the Legislature makes and the court enforces the prohibitory law (I mean the' enforce It .it .Montpe-licr, not in Montpeller), but even if It were a haidshlp they would still I am conlldent rallv at the call of (bit), ns Vermontcrs have alwavs done, from the days of Ktlvui .Mini In those ot George Dewev and Cnpt chirk. Our huntirs nie brave and Intrep'd men who will not flinch when Hilled upon to assume positions on the governor's staff. One of tho ehjeets of the League is to procuie and enforce suitable laws for the protection mil preservation of food tlshes, game, song mid Insectivorous birds, and to procure the Id t did not know until a 'w ininut-. ago what the teal object of this meeting wa but when tin tn.istnvister said 11 win. for the purpose- ef giving the veiling men. of Veini.uit a ih.ineo, I knou al unco that I wi.s to 1 elm forward. Se-nainr Proi tor said he must tell of a (In am that he had the other night In which Ihe toe.stiiiaFler figured. He said f dre am-d that I .1-pait.d this life full of , tiars and plscatinrial hotiois, hone-ftl;.-, ci.: 11 r it . On l nocMpc at St. Peter's gate I vt ,.ii admitted, ind asked what plea I na.l j to meiki I n 1 lied that I was a member of ihe Veimnnt Pisli and Game league. St. Pet -r said that v.is part ol their trou ble, the nu n.l 1 rs ol the organlatton h.t Ing ih alt In pellths Instead of iWhln. and It was neeess.ii-) for the old (Iinti initi below to p. s upon the cases of all m in ter:, of the kat-uo. I actcrdlngly appll.-l nt the other place and wa told th.it t must go Into the chanilr of re. oidj anil , rote down .ill Ihe sins I had conimlttei1. t iwas told thai every lie 1 had told we old j In- vividly n 1 allecl and 1 would llnd a luce e of cl alk. which wo, ild prnh-ihly ans wei my purpose, althoiiph many rcuulrl a large supply of chalk, .lust as I vv.n ge log In I nn t Congiessmap I'oster, com ing out with a big hasl et on each arm. ."V.'hote are von going'."' 1 asked. "I have got to go back alter more chalk I was the mournful reply I Mr. Chairman 1 ben the flsheimnn feels the nlhbllnc of a small fish he knows ho I na.t get a big Hsh later en. I will eimv 'lit' the toastnu.ster the opportunity to ; land his his 1Kb. Ihe Glee Club then nng n selection Annotinoomont of Attomp'ed Afisussln utlon Cast Grout Gloom Over tho Vlcu-Preslclent nnd tho Party. At the conclusion of Ihe Kpcakln,; It wai aiiiKinne-eel that after tb" guest of honor h ul e njoyed ,1 brief period it rest ho w. old give an Informal reception at whl-h e 1 purtunlty would be given to shake the Vn e-Pr.sldent's hand. lie h.vl entered the home iff Kx-Lleut Gov. J-Msk and vn- pn-parlng to change Us Inlet win 11 v.oi I was reoiivorl of tin assassination of tl. President. Vice-President Roosevelt was terribly shoe keel by the inte-lllieenee of the attempt ed assassination and his evident ' - of giief were pronounced. After a biief con sultation of tne Vie-President's nirty It wai decided to announce the ts 1 eve nt to the peoplo who had infs-mblcu on Ihe park for th" purpose of greeting Col. Ronsev I:. Senator Proctor was requested to in. ike the announcement. Aft-r a call leer order. Senntor Proctor said: "Friends, a . lono has fallen over this happy event. It is mv i-n sad rtutv to Inform you that i're-i.nt ,i,.ln M'-Klnleiy while In the Temple ot M isl nt Huffi lo was this afternoon shot teh bv an anarchist, two bullets having il.e e ft'ei t His condition Is said to he soiiou. lot we hope that inter Inti Ulgem e mi pH' e the statement to tie exairgerai e 1 V In n Senator Proctor announced that "re-ideat McKlnley had been shot a mo n ot sen row went up from th'- entire- ,isem H.ige and women and .Uioiir men burst Into tears. The hrst news reached Isle La Motte nt 5. 1(1 by te lephone to Superintendent J. K. P.utler of the New Kngl.ind Telephone companv. The Vleo-Presldent stopped to the telephone and the voice of Mrs. liut b r trom this city told him tlvre wns a ru mor that President Me Kinley had bei n shot. Wllh the cry as If paralvzed In chopped the receiver and (lung his hnnds to his temple exclaiming: "My C.od: "( I'tbnils came to his side ami led him. aw.'t. Superintendent Hutlcr took th" bin .uid save orders to keep the line op- n and arrangements wero made to keop thol Vie. -I n sident .idvise d of the arrival of all communications. He then sent a nvs-' siiri to the hospital where the President, wes lvlng. asking for full particulars ofi the- condition of the Pre-ldent. All ot which wire handed to him on his arrival In this city. A later bulletin was received bv Vice President Roosevelt stating that tin b e-Preside nt Roosevelt stating that thu Piesldent was resting 'pile tit and th.it the chances were fatorable for hW re "V. r. Good' exclaimed Col. Itoosi veil, and Ids face lightest up with hope, his plea.-urn at lecelving this encouraging nutts being evi denced by his rushing to the porch and an nouncing the news to thosn assembled, i he members ot the assocUtbm -er In formed that Ihev .fould be given the lat est news up to the time of ihe depirttire of tin i.'h.iteaug.iy. linns wire at cneo begun lor tne oe n.iriuiv of the Vh'-President who had announced his determination to go at once to the bedside of the President It was I pointed out to him that he might go norm 1 b) the evening train and arrive In Hulf.ilo in the morning but as he bad leu most 01 hi baggnge at the honu; of Senntor Prodor he decided to como to this city. Arrangements had been mado for tho Kifiida to go to How and Arrow Point, where President Clement of the Rutland toe el, wns waiting vvun a spe-e 1 11 nam f row will sat . Trade adtliis are a -e a r 1 wi. 0' 1. 1 ull demand n v ' t .j Kast, West dial Noil' .a r vt I with last yi.n ami ... 3 e. -in expanu at tin So. to v,, in . r o C , I rude demand po, 1 1 1 int. 4 'general bu-liu ,,, , t ,,,, , r - lore eiiiall'o t'.i 11 - im, t - ir t- ij iclllires though in 1. 111., . is ' . a 1 1 6- .tear are h'ss hurif l th.iT. one i- t e months ago. and real! ",. . t t j normal frn Hon in-' o r..'n. lr..m 1 duct of business In a rirg- t yl spite the sti . I trii.- " 'rad. ' I are doing a large uu.-i 1 I , s 111 I otter rcciue-t Tne steel stiik- I i.rnl 1 : t4 and despite en.-i - n. k 1 open, lig Iron - 1 r i. nearly nil market- . . fj ii Iron ure- In larg- r ...mi 1, o.m . 1 burg. Addltlonel - (' nu 1 6 1 1 ton u. d year ure iepoi t. 1 ,ud Hit o . ready booked in ! 1- end ot),. Mires nclvlly tl 1 .. in.ia ihi v. Iiei 's stock- ol '-- - ir . mi . ( lib ago ri 1 nrt .,1 largest on n-i ord . el . 11 an ai tl .-i 'it I ,tt - 11 g The c r, ton tr.nl in .n tlon. T' .0 ti il . . li. 11 c losi'il w is I",':- 0 1 .il -fVia.Cn "i, IN I .- - st for nn ine-rn m ti . bow ev- 1 inn - . e . marki t tia ..1 . 11 1 n - 1 middle . t this vt k thu 11- pi e : sl i. . e - 1 . OVen sil'illtlv ..I p -i ts how pn : irt1 h -rfn-tion il'i v 1 1 ind st.. U 1 - i w t r- ; ni' -, e 1 large. Cat .11 g 1 .ii Is but i: 1. ot raw mati -'1 . a i- 1 ,r -lupmei i re in llte th. ts are 1 oe.el -h - lull 111 1 - lem'in.l it n ! 1 - l-'nr the vt . . 1: bn-i e -s failures r hfi as ag.iln-t iss I ,-t v . ,1 '.". In a ve-ir ago, 12. " ' '42 n 1 " -in l-'i". There were . elv ' 1 'res Inv I'i Pillties e.f V. ITT .11 r-. to r'' In Aucrust, a do. r- 1 e-p '.v. per cent, in hum . r ' t M -. r ll.-blltles from Jutv. ' t p 1 -e jier cent. In numb r 1 . ' linbllitles ovr Au-'i 1 - v 1 . Raw sue 11 is f r' 1 . v.r ' 1-1 J lowi r on t ' 1 . i .v 1 . n are hea'-t". he 1 1 1 t -added here and tl . vv r. r.r coming In sight f . .0- I r 1'pper leather el. ' r-- -e 1 the ine-vltahle .m l some sung it fullv 1c hettc-rthan imonth ago I 'id. advandng. In turn t) e talk -prices for shoes Is h r ' id s 1 dclphla manufact i-cr- c hlrher prb es. Shot d iient- ' Kat are close to InO. ' ses we w 11 per cent larger for tb ah 1 ' r t w eK e fl ee i t 1 Wheat. Including rlnur up" week aggregate 4,10), nan hu-h. ii 017. dun bushds last w e.-k ( aggregate r.V.n.i bushds 11- .. -bushels lust week. AFFECTED BY HOLIDAY. M - ny composeil for the occasion which referredl me the Viee-Presidenttdl party 10 to Col. Rooso-.-di s visit ;-nd which was 10- icclved with gnat applause. Mr Post r then said: "Thre- year.-, ago we had the pleasure of laving as our guest the- Presidiiit of this great repuhlii Today we have as a guest the in M President of the Republic In KM V r 11. outer" wer- attracted by .1 staunon voiing Ni w Yi lie r who us delegate ut huge to th 't pul Me an National conven t le-.il not only advocated the nomina tion of Senator ti -orga 1 allied New York for Ye minuter. From thut time we have fed ' I. iv isl his care-r stcj by step as cundldata lor Mayor of .Ww York, police eonnils. si 111 r. a leader 01" his rrsiiiicnt of Itotign Llibrs lu the light for the freed im of Cuba, as governor of New Yen k and In ihn great campaign of IVie We fed to-elav that he Is not onlv with us hut of us. Ho 1 embodies thu three grace s' ol citizenship. Integrity, courage and common sense, t 'l'liVe the pleasure ol Intn diicing I Ion. .Theodore Roosevelt. VP e . Pr. sii'.i nt eif tho I'plted States Col. line sect, ilt received a gnat ovation as he rose to sponk and t v as siuuei moments before ho could ho lieaul. lie said In .substance: ROOSKVKLT'S SPKKCH. ..-.vision nnel codl Ilea Hon of the laws in Foster- as tiinstinim- .!,.. .ni,i..,.ts ii boei necessnrv . Some Idea S f tho difficulties under wnien 111c otiician "When you greeted me some one cried tiger. At the- top of this green Invitation which I hold In my baud Is the picture nf a mountain Hon, a ihilcato trlbuto for which I thank you. It seems that you can't bar Vermont out of nuythlug. He then referred to the splendid 1 xplolt of Cnpt. Clark with the Oregon. 1 .1111 sure' that j on will not oc surprised to know that when I wanted to hunt mountain lions lust winter We nt un. de l- He inspires nf the son of an e-x-Gov. 1 rnor und an ex-enngrossmun of Vermont, Phil Stewart. 1 wish to s:i) setiouslv that Prodor, l ot the plan was changed ana the Klfrld.i came din ct to Huillngnu where- Ccl Roosovolt had I'lrei te d all un-s-sa. (s tei he hold for I Im. On Hie home wi icl Hip of the Klfrlda a pull seemed to h.ive full, n over the entire party and tho sulip-ct of the- President's c item 1 led assassination was lit ! lo discussed. "On anv ordinal)' occasion,' said tho Vice-l'r. sident. "I should admire this bi-autltul sunset and thW splendid scenery. F. Kdmiindi. but but 1 am In no .ondltlon to enjoy It now the distinguished lie seemed profoundly grateful for the at tention shown him and the courtesies ex tended, and expressed the hope that ha might again 1 ome to Vermont and iciiew the uciiuainluiu es under mole fuvoiablo conditions. The KU'nda Hteanvd Into the harbor at K;ir. und landed at the Yacht Club do. k, where the Yln-Presldent was hundi d th messiges awaiting him On the do. k uuallinc his arrival was President Clement of the Itntland lioaei, 1 secured who with others escorted htm ;o the spe- slaughter ei'il ttum vvhldi ban n ached the city some tune in nlvance of te Llfildu. When iisl.mt hy a reporter for a statement for pi bill atlon Col. Roosevelt said: "I nm so Inexpressibly grieved, shocked und hor rified that I cm say nothing," and deny ing hlni.cif to all but the Immediate incm Inis of the partv, who was to iccompunv him h it i el the train and In nuoihei' con, mi wns on his wav to the hedsidn I of the li Idemt The spo. Iul train was mnile up of engine No. p) and President Clements privat. cur "Grand Isle.' the train being lu charge of Conductor F. G. Wdherbee. Tho party consisted of the Vine-President, Senatoi ltrdlild Proi tor. lion. J. W. Stuwart of Middlebnry, 1'letrhor D. Prtictor of Proctor, President P W. Cle ment and sein Robert clement, and II C. it s 1 t t T or ul. 1 1 snyl- Nasal CATARRH In all Its atagei there (hould be clcanlloeis. Klj'.s Cream Balm cle-mi'di, oothe and heals Ilia dltraied mciutmnr. It cure catarrh and drives ittajr a cold In the head quickly, ('ream Italia it placed Into the 'eioitrlli, spreads Drcr the mcidbraDe and ll absorbed. Rellafis Im mediate and ft cure follows. It Is not drjlnr; does Dot produce e ntcclnj. Large Slc, CO nents at Drug;, gist, or I17 mall ; Trial BUo, 10 reals by mall, I.I Y HltOTUtiltS, aO War't-n ijlre-t. New York, CciiiRressmaii ter made a In pint: "Your ine to emphasize foundation for the publlshod state-moiit that this organlzatlnn Is a political trust. Vo all knew It was not so but It wa fear rd by some that the Vice-President would feel as President Lincoln did when urged to make n certain appointment. It re minded htm, he said, of 11 certain Rastern potentate, who kept a weather prophet. One day he asked the prophet If the weather was likely to he t ' n' being iiroeuned Hint the day would hi pit. 1.1 started for a drive. Shortly oftor he mot a peasant who said It would ralu and presently his prediction was verified. Tho i.u i.nl and Mnster by telling the doctor King theieupoii discharged the weather to let down his nets, sternl) cninmando I propnet and offered tho position to tho .... to unlw- out his Hues. The plc.itnrlnl peawint. "No credit Is eluo 1110 for tho pie. ,iodor was Indicted In tho county court for diction," said tho peasant. "It was my ,ihinc with set-Hues. Tho Judge said ho whin vou ate proud of Ve'imont products Smith, vice-president of the Rutland mad happy speech president hns uhe I ,.e n.n l.,.,uiio labor In enilrat ni Ing to oh tho fact that there Is no , .i ,.n, enforca BUltahle fleh laws may bo g.dned from tho following unofficial report if the case of State vs Stevens. 'i t, for which I am Indebted to the chief Judge of the State. "Tlieie dwelt 111 Marion, which Is In tho land of Orleans, a doctor surname d Ste vens, who, like Ihe Apo-tle Simon Peti r, said' '1 go a-llshltiR' ind departed for Lake WllhuiKhby. Ilrlug etldentl) of a lazy e e . .(,) he tied Ills lines to trees oil nu- 11.111k and cast lu Ills hooks, when along (lime Fish Cotninlsslnner Ifalley, a Usher nf men.' who, instead 01 imitating donkey he has a xvny of braying and to. day ho broyed exceedingly," "Very well," paid tho King, I will buy the donkey." And it 1ms teamed as though every Jnoknss since has wanted office, said Lincoln. I Gov. Fisk tins assured mo that there Is nothing to tho rumor that lv hus wired a certain New York paper that he has en gaged threo mountain Hons from Fore piiughH circus for tho occasion, Last even, lug we listened to a tilbute to Vermontirs In war r'vory word was deserved and everv word was appreciate! Hut cr inuiiK is have donu much In peace und 11 no did not think 111 111 gillltv. but there might bo a Rreat legal iuestliin In tho case, and he would send him before n botjv of w so men sitting In tho temple at Montpeller, Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing Hint ever was made Is Dr King's Ni vv Life Pills These pills eiiongi wcakniss lulu sliengtli llstlrs'iuss Into inirgv, brain 1 ir Into mental pow er They ro .. ...i...e.,i 1.. 1 ..11.11 ,,, no (In. hrulth Onlt ."a. jar box Sold b O Sullivan it Voung. jv.ill vvuik L ttw lur .1 Utile lay there Is one to lie proud ot Stewart took the bunt a shade' less seriously tlinu I did. I wanted to shoot them but he wanted to kodak Un in. He had a lame and catholic tuste and wanted to kodak evir.vlhlng. When the dogs treed the llrst Hon 1 was rhllng ahead and hud got within r.o yards ol the tu t' and could see the animal In a lice snarling and spitting. I wns Im mensely Interested. Suddenly Stcwait halted 'me lu a tono almost agonizing In Its earnestness, as though a pack of niouu tain lions was upon us when be pi ocee-ded ' with Ihe air of a villain in melodiania to take a picture of a rabbit on 11 stump. Most of my hunting has been tor big gunie. 1 llnd It easier to hit and I like a large latitude. Col. Roosevelt referred lo his life on his Montana ranch say ing he tiled to introduce' certain refoi ins. In those days nothing but, condensed milk was used on Ihe ranches. Roosevelt did not think this was us ll fhoilld he so he ordered one of Ills men to milk one of the cows on the inndi After following her for two miles he roped her. tied hsr down ami milked her Hut the (liiallty wns Inferior and tho experiment wns not repeiled Ue told several ainus. Ing stiuics i.r his ranch llf whli i were much apprc( luted Speaking of tho tvoik of the l'lsh ind 1! line I.e-ague he sail ' I believe 111 what -cm are elolng I hell v it lu Mttllv In the tieispd if wni u hut 1 man Among he llrst -top was for 11 moment at Stui- liuino. Vcrncnius was reach, el In .10 min utes from Hie time of departure from th s lit)-. At Middlebnry ex-Gov. Ste wurt left tho train, und ut Prodor a -top was matin sufficiently long for Senator Proctor anil I'le tcher D. Proctor to alight and the b ig gage of Col Roosevelt be taken on board. The train then started tui'-k north en route to Murrain, passing through this clly about midnight. Volume of Business Reduced Manufactories Working Ove f i- Now York. Sept. 6. Dun's li- 1 morrow will say .V, holiday re lie ed the vol' ra 01 ttmate business while spe. 1.1 r vt tlons vve-re siimu-1) cur' ir.e.l eral closing of ex--h.i'-e Irun lr u ternoon to Tin sd.i) a "'" 1. 3. It. C e incut ot nierehandire 1 in m . 1 facturlng lines there t is '1. en .r e make up tho loss hy worklim er but the week's record will fall b h . Immediately preceeling. W-o' Hons have' bce-n most proplti.. ,s 1 total number of Idle workmen 1 !es It was a week ago. Actual sub s nt many Iron ard ' e ucts ale recorded at lnateric and the tone throughout I- 1 1 vigorous demand. Ilusln- ss 1- h brisk In sted rails, a lug.- t n next year having already b-en pU e 1 ; there Is rea-on to look for a g' a e as- ,te in lie" than In any pre, e Activity continues In light rails r lines. In cars and all form- f ra equipments there Is urgent. u . t of the buj ers. Plating of sample orders for sin 1, f wear Is of such .1 character as t 11 a healthy market, and some- J"M 's so anxious for early ddher H tr.i' ts mo being closed now. s 01, m tarv buying of fall ami vvlntir 1 1 ot satisfactory volume. Solo I t e Unto s exceptionally tlrm, but . ii n mestle demand but also thro.,gh ex Oak rough leather Is about a cc t s' In t most grades are nominally ste v pi;- h-iitlvr also sells freely and h mother fractional g.u hides it Chicago there 1 worthv strength, heavy packer leading the market. Coal and nvirago of one hundred wool i rnso slightly to 17.22 cents, b t pears very low compared with tit I a vnir ago. wiil-ii waa 18.2 per 'ei b er. Better Inquiry from mills M ts 1 ouragemenl for the future-, a d thought that higher price? will be pn 1 ut the London unction sab's ten tlavs hence. Despite more) uctlvitv In the m r kot for cotton goods and placing of g -eminent contracts, the staple shun s no Rieat strength. Commercial fnllure-s during the p- p'"i of August were iVill In number and 1 401 sin' ill amount of liabilities. Compared vv t the sniiio month last year the st 'cment I- most unsatlsfai tory. as f dlur we th.-n only 7'l.S in number nnd f? "?1 90S 1. amount. .Mitigating cireuinstiuu'cs m t not tic overlooked, however, a-ul the fait that August was the best month In 9 by nmrly f-'.i'W.oOO of llalillltles the cumjearlsou less odious, ri I I makiM P. W Pursell, Klntersv Hie, Pa., s:i)s he suffered i'i tears with plies and could ob tain no rell.-f until DcWItt's Wttdi llazd Halve effected 1 permanent cure. Counter feits ate worthless. OSiilllvan .v Young. W. P Hall, K. Gosselln, K R. Crautliitl, WlnoosUl. RKCKNT ARMY ORDKIIS. Major Crosbv P. Miller, quartei niasti r, having reported to the acting Ouarter master General, will proceed to San Fran cisco, to resume charge of the general de pot of the Quartermaster's Dep irtinent In tint cltv 011 Oct. ib r 1. to r. u e M ijor Osc-nr F Long uu lrtermusti r Don I delay a minute Cholera uf nHim, rivsenterv illairH'i e me sudd. 1 it 011 s-itc pi in Is to Inv Dr Fowler 1 xliutt 01 Iln Stlitvvl 1 SS on 1 1 I Stood Death Off. K. M. Muiidiy. a lawyer of M letta, Tex., nnr i- fooled a grave-nlpi;. r 1- s.t "My brother was very low wit! 1, I fever and Jaundice. I persuad- I b in t try Klectiic Mllte-rs, and he was s much better, but continued thdr -i ' ' he was wholly cured. 1 am sure Kleoutu Mltteis saved his HftN" This reined- x pels malaria, kills disease serins' t d p' l ties the blood; aids digestion rep 1 1 liver, kidney and bowels, cures 10 It Hon. dyspepsia, nervous disc . s kid trouble, female complaints, gl . s p hinltb Only ilriig store fiiV at O'SuUlvan .vi Y"t- g si Y K It M ONT PKN S10NKRS. Wnslilnstnn. Sept. .Vermont pen ' i-s lm-rt.ise, ri storatlnn. reissue cl a 11 Mutterllcld West Dummeist-in 1 special .i.'ii 'cd ug 21 teCMrue Sir en v iiiiunist ,vv a -II i'.r l-il vv dew spe 1 .1 1 eriicel 1, " Aihile M Sev r ance Hakcrslli Id, Kodol Dyspepsia Curo 'Digests what you eat."