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i UK 1JU11LINGT0N FREE PKESS: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1,)01.
3 THE WEEK'S NEWS Ttlt'ItKPAY, SKPT. 5. Mrs. Sni-iih K. McDonald, n wonum twice married, nnd reputed loose In elm racier, vuis killed tit Klttery, Me., nnd her hotly nmtlliiteil in a manner lint turns t ln Mood cold. Two Imlliuw urn under arrest on suspicion Term of pence in llie lilg steel strike wore ills- ussetl lit n secret conference at New York, in which the utile. ills of the I 1 nlted Slates Steel corporation, lead- , in of union lulior and representatives 1 hf the elvlc organizations took part. No result was reached lllcrcllst. I .lolinuy Nclon badly Injured In a lit- I yelo inlxup at New York Coliui.lila j wins anol'u r (rial race from Constitu tion liy elevt r suanianshlpof her master (Governor MoMillln of Tonnes "o a ! candidate for the I'nitod Mates senate - Manufacturers nnd rnllroads trying to encourage Immigration to Unlivndo Traill held up In Texas and the lo roi uitlve, as well as valuable booty stolen Strike which might cripple tho j country's p:u-k tnvr I rail" N ijnvsitellod In I'hicau'o Vice President ltoosevelt has received since .Ian. 1. UimiO Invitations to nial-e addn ses I loereas" In govern liienl expenses for July and August $1 .l)l)o.O(ll) - Kent-wed talk of antioxn- , tioii of Cuba: (ielieral Wood said to fa- vor II (ieneral MnoArt hur says Funs- ton descnos all credit lor the oaplure ' i f uriilnnltlo Treasury oilieials seize i lot of (ii-iiis brought In without pay- ent of duty by a Chicago man -Ulehurd Crokor may take up his re"l burger reoorts that the ltocr position is improving Prince Chun sees Km prior William, and reads his eominuiil ea'ion France may send a Heel to i Turkish waters If the sultan concludes 1,i tie obdurate Hi it ish locomotives found superior to the American machine jli a 'est in Egypt I'nlled States c crun cut will lake no steps in mediation between Colombia ami Venezuela, mi ll ss asked lo do mi. l'UlllAV, SEPT. 0. 'I he decision of the eliall"tit;o commit 'lee of th" New York Yacht club to salt t th" Columbia to defend the Ainer ji is i ii has (iiised heanburuiie: and I t er mi ls lu many quarters, vy. J! I'uiignn and Caplaln Iihodcs, who lave managed and sailed the Consu lt, in. an brokeii-liearletl. Nat ller i sliolf, who designed and built her, Ivi Is ns If his reputation wn-- blighted, lii 1 the ruop who eontribiileil S.iu.000 1 I. nh to pay for the craft feel bitterly j II sa i untcd Huston's pride, liorai- l ,i tin invincible, the unbeaten race li.irs', the creates! money winner who t' r came dnw u the grand circuit, went lown to defeat before I.o,dI)erl,v at IJiirtfonl In tht crash of his defeat wtnt thousands of dollars of Huston mmi 'ir T! e conference of the mem bers of the conciliation committee Unit Is making efforts to settle the groat uteil strike has come to naught Case against Judge Humphreys said 10 be merely a complain! of a poliiical clique he has disturbed Tuenly-llve provinces in the Philippines reported ready for civil government- Charles U' Yerkes secures another London rail way Denial Unit I '.elglun sugar brum - lies have been abolished Japanese iPclnls Ignore the Chinese expiation 11 -slou Most powers are with Prance In the dispute with Turkey 'I lie V. S. S. Hunger arrive sat Panama nnd reports "nlfairs quiet" Plan for (i tunnel from Scotland to Ireland, to ft st S-di.noo.ono Natal tired of war; k'ulonlsts anxious for departure of troops fJermany ad vises Turkey to j-i 'Ut with Franco, and defuses to tn I f cue- Hussian press asserts that 'liorinany has duped England In the I h nose case Scheep.M's turns north, li vlng secured some recruits In Capo V lony; another armored train derailed. SATI'l'DAY, SKPT. 7. ( President McKlnley was shot and se riously wounded by an anarchist named )f oIl'osz while holding a reception at itlio Pan-America ii exposition, one fci jt took effect In the right breast, the Whor In the abdomen. The first wound Is not of n serious nature, ami the bul let has been extraeliil. The latter tiloreod the abdominal wall, and has not lieen located; Mrs, McKlnley bears the f,roU strain with wonderful fortitude Typhoid fever Is Increasing In Mas sachusetts, but the other Infectious (lis tens, s how a decline Ceorgia cotton mills move to check child labor Our exports to China resuming their nor mal proportions- - King Edward's heart ir..iiHi shows no Improvement -- Kng biEd s force in Shanghai reduced to one native regiment Franco said to be prat I Icing on a plan for Invasion of Kng run Chelsea, Mass.. woman, a mis sionary, captured by brigands in Hul- pirn and luld for ransom Another Kvarslnp may be sent to the Isthmus; Isi'Mattrn at Hocus del Toro considered cnt eal I.otter's entire commando captured in Capo Colony by th,. Hrltlsh; (liners invade ilerschel district; Kitch ener to remain ami cmiipli to his task SI NHAY. SKPT. S. I President McKlnley is nnsslns 'through a crisis which may either end In life or death, but his physicians are hopeful that lie will survive. All the Judications favor that view, although no material change in his condition lias taken place. This in itself s en couraging, for what the phj sicians had fin roil was that there might be an un favorable change mi account of blood )i isonlng or peritonitis. if he con Ciii'ts io hold his own through another lnv tl.o physicians are almost conlldent Unit he will recover - Kugene (), Uriel li an, Hi years old. shot and killed his fa tin r Arnold P. Hrielmnti at the Uriel man farm, on the outskirts of Pittslleld, Mass The shooting took place after n family row. The boy Immediately Mirrenderod himself to the police. He lalms solf-rtofouso War begun be tween Venezuela and Colombia by a bombardment ot Itlo lluchn by the Ven cziielans New York agent of the Chi cago anarchists declares that Cyolgns.'s '.id was not Inspired by anarchists hipton claims to he unable to accept il.nwstjn's, latest proposition for a men Hleydlht Johnny Nelson's leg cut off; condition critical Man ant. hoy billed lu au Adams, Mass., quairy by fall of derrick. MONDAY, SKIT. f). Presldeut McKlnley is making n brave battle for life, and the chances now fa vor his recovery. No symptom of per itonitis liiisyest appeared, and the dan ger of lids (headed development Is now iilmost passed There Is no indication of blood poisoning or Inlbimmatloii, and every hour Ihat pusses minimizes t li danger from ims source of course al; danger is not yut passed, for there is ' jstlll the possibility of Moot po'soiiln jsettliiy In, but up to the pi'eseiu nil j,t. symptoms arc favorable Chicago po lice have a drag not out for anarchists Schooner Clara Kankln of Rockland, Me., lost in a gale nil' Itncc Point; five men and n woman rescued Navy de partment said to have- received a let ter from Mrs. Sampson, saying the ad miral will he unable to attend th" court of Inquiry- -Rev. H. F. McDanlel of Harnard Memorln church. Hoston, urges lynch law for any assailant of die Hag through the president - Pnknown man tires three shots at Krnest I Iconic, ex press messenger at Hrunswiek, Me V.)lllani H, deer, fright conductor, killed by fall from car st Hyde Park, Mass Wntertown, Mass., people Initiate. a movement to supprss aiiarch. --Poles of New York hold Indignation mooting; will try to pruvu Czolgosz not of their nationality. Tt'KSDA Y. SKPT. 10. The improvement In the condition of President McKlnley goes steadily on. T'p to the present not n single unfavor able symptom bus ipeared. There is no Indication of inilanimatlon or blood poisoning. The danger from peritonitis lias practically pass. d. The president himself Is el i f ill and conlldei.. He feels sure lie Will recover. The doctors say they feel highly pleased with the progress of the ease so far- Johnny Nelson, the blcs. dies at New York ns a n suit ol injuries received in a nice The latest efforts 'o.sottlo the steel strike have failed. The general executive board of the Amalgamated association adjourned without date nnd without either accepting any of the peact propositions from the Fulled States Steel corporation of without making any counter propositions I .ynn city government passes reso lutions in favor of stricter laws against anarchy Huston police board consults legal authorities to learn Its rights In re gard to ridding city of anarchists Latest reports show the ale Arctic party to be all well A new canal treaty said to have been completed No change contemplated in bond buying policy Attorney deneral Knox re fusts to name assistant for Judge Ad vocate I.emley in the Seldoy court of Inquiry Naval ofliiers queried by Sec retary Long almost unanimously In dorse suporltipiiscd turrets Seventy four autos start in the New York-Huf-falo endurance test -- Disappearance of n high mountain in .lap.in Hoer forces In Cape Colony now estimated at only 800- (Jermaiiy sml to seek coal sta tion in the Parsaii islands -Cermany said to have seeiirt d all she wlslu'd In China Rev. James Outrnm climbs highest peak of Mt. Ai-sinibolno . Martpns ltd of Japan to visit Pnltod States for his health - Miss Stone, the missionary, still a prisoner of Turkish brigands- Foreign representatives t-nviug Pekln - Czar selects the American-built cruiser Variag for use on all his private trips Hrltlsh return to the. long-liCKlected Seliekal district and make large captures An attempt to be made to arran diinciiltics between I'rench governn.etil and Carthusian monks Crcat lire In I'oo Clunv; lutsl-tie-s part of the city destroyed; loss more than Sl.OOfi.OOi); several lives lost. WHIiNF.SIiAV. SF.PT. 11. The corps of eminent surgeons and physicians In attendance upon the wounded president committed them selves without reservation to the opin ion that their patient was out of danger and that only the possibility of compli cations threatened his life. The outer wound had to be partially opened last night, because It was found that thells flies had become irritated by a foreign substance which had been curried Into the body by tho bullet. The doctors say the foreign substance was a frag ment of the president's coat. It was re moved at the time of the operation, but evidence of Irritation began to show last night Kiuina (lolilman, lhe"An- nrehist (Jjiieon," whoso speeches C7ol pis, claims II ret 1 his brain to kill the president, was arrested nt Chicago. The charge against her is conspiracy to assassinate President McKlnley The steel strike Is full of action, and un less ji speedy settlement of the trou bles is effected. Indications point to exceedingly lively times from now on - Miss t.ydln L. A. Very, tho writer, died at her homo in Salem, Mass Trial of the South I lanvers, .Mass., hank case goes over to Oct. 10, at request of coiiii.sel for (Jeorge M. Foster, former cashier -Hotel at Salem, Mass., dam aged by lire lo extent of $10,1)011: H. O. Hussell Injured hy jumping from third story window - Norwalk, Conn., cele brates ".."nth anniversary Ithode Isl and day at the Pan-American exposi tion Fire at Salt Lake causes loss of S'jr.t i.ooi 1 ; four men hurt by explo sion Heavy grain movement from tho west and car shortage being felt Whaling bariiie A. II. Tucker arrives at New Reilford with catch of looi'i barrels of oil Plans for the formation H the combination of laundry machinery manufacturers; to be capitalized at ?l(!,-,1i)ii,(i(H)- Secretary (Inge Issues offer to buy bonds Cubans charge the Pnltod Stales with deceit Only regularly ordained ministers to be eni plo.wil as army chaplains Prince Chun to visit th" Fnilcd States Tur- I ej 1. my lur.o trouble with both Spain and Ficlai'd Foil" deaths In n rail- i"ad aeelcp" ' u::r Woodstock, Ont Kitchener reports good results of move ments of columns Austrian press stirred over Russia's altitude toward Hiilcjin sta'es Cardinal Vuilghnn be lieves the -ing should be a Protolant, hut donou' tl'" rove! tie 'lariltioil. NAUTICAL INFORMATION. "Captain." 1 -led tho l.inllul.bor, "from w 1 1 . 1 dticttlon do you get a spanking 'Km mi asli in, ' growled :oi 1: as he p u-i d the ..litinu 1 e Ann 1 ie ui. the gruff old quarti riUi k. The Weekly Free Press (Hives W columns avery week lor a year 1.00. Nc oilier iiajier hi Vermont can bay this no other paner lives s.i much news as tho i'HKK IMtKSS. You have a iietelihor who does not a!ip tho KltKK IMtKSS possibly ho borrows your copy .send us his nii'iie itntl we will send him a Hamplo copy of (he host Weekly paper iu Vermont, 1)0 col li inns ol news a week. s 1 jear. IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on Products In the Leading Demand. Hasten, Sept. 11.-P.uttcr steady, with the position evidently well sustained; initio rules quiet: Kxtra creamery, smnll pkgs, '2fn'2iC, northern fresh, round lots, iO'.iW-lc; western, 20V4c; eastern, l!0ise; tlaiiles, 17fr 18l,4c; firsts, lOWFTe; ladles, llfVtltic; Jobbing, Vi to 1c more. Cheese has been considered rather tmsy till within a few days, when the position Is belter sustained. Liverpool Is also more steady; Round lots, now, 1) -i'aU) 1-lc; sage, lOl'tMlc; jobbing, ',4 to lc higher. Kggs are firm for the best, whether fresh or out of storage. Still trade Is rather quiet; Karly storage, l.VilTc; fresh western, Mfit 1 7o; choice Michigan, 10c; eastern 17(il!'Je; nearby and fancy, IMILNIc ami up; Jobbing, lc to Hits higher.' Iteans are a little easier, not on ac count of greater receipts of domestic, but foreign beans are coming In more frtely, under the higher prices. Still quotations are nominally unchanged. Apples have been selling a good deal better of late, especially on the best varieties. Prices are considerably higher: CraverMcins. .;;ti I: Williams, ..':f:i..iO; asirachaiis, .f l.oO'-tU.oO; duch ess, $:ifif,'l.."o; pippins, .TiiVi'i '.''(); bush els, .MicfiiSL'; choice ami Jobbing lots, nocCifSl more. Pears are In pretty full supply anil till but the best arieties, lu good order, lane lo bo sold low. Native Hartletts are quoted at Wn I per bid; Clapp's lavoriles and other varieties, sv'W.'(. Hy the bushel pears sell at ."lOclfSl.oO, as to quality and condition. There are still a few California pears on the market. The peach season has evidently passed its height. The Connectlouts and some of the Hudson rivers huve bo"ii tine; others green and very unsatisfactory. Delawares have sold at 7.V4$t.fiO per bsUt; Coniicctlcuts, C0c(J$ir7f; Call fornias, yiffl.L'5. The supjily of tlomestle jiluras Is quite nbtiudaut and prices rule rather easy, several varieties have been selling the past week at iVSMic pi;r qt, lu crate lots, while in large packages they have sold at from loc ui) to. 1,'c. California plums and prunes are still on the market, In limited supply, and selling at SKti'J per cri or carrier. drapes are iu fair supply for the sea son and prices are not verj satisfactory: Delawares are tjuottd at 7Bc&$1.2."i for 8-bskt carriers; Niagaras, T.'iefgfl; Moore's early, 75c Wordoos, 7,Vail; black, HKciP-'c. Hlueberries aro still on tho market, but the supply is Hutted, and the do main very small. Cranberries arc com- ing fonvtiril. though It is rather early. They are quoted at $2.G0 per cs, and at $ii per bbl, hut the demand Is so small that good lots are being put away against a better demand. Potatoes are reported steady, with ,1 pretty good supply nt hand. Ilebrons, "Oft Tile per bit; (! recti mountains, 70'tl 7.'ic; bbls. .L"f',..ri0; cloth head sweet, ?'2.7."'?.".: double heads, $:w:t.r.O. Onions are lu full supply and quoted at $2.2.Vt2.7.'i per bbl; bus, 7."eC($l: pickling, per bx for while; yellow, .fl.oO. Celery is quoted at .ri0Tf7."o per (I07.. Caullliowors are rather scarce at ,?1.."0 per long bx. Lettuce sells at L'.Yn Kic per bx; radishes, 'J."c per bx. Cabbages are well held at 7!c(fi$ per bbl, with savoy at ."0c. Cucumbers are quoted ilt $l.fiOiH per bx, as to quality. (Jerkins for pickling the scarce, and bring pretty high prices. Squashes sell at !? l.."o per bbl for innr row; turban and bubbartl. $l.""'f-. Summer sqiiashesarestlllou the market nnd sell nt a wide variety of prices. Tomatoes are In very full supply, while the quality is excellent, so far as na tives aro concerned. They sell at ''.Vf fjOe per bx; green, L'.Vir."0o. Turnips are quoted at ?1..." per bbl for best St. Andrews, yellow; white. .?I.."0; white lint, 10c per bx. Heets are quoted at .'(."c per In:; carrots, -lOo; parsnips, 7."c. Mint sells at 2."io per doz; cress, :s.e; parsley, 10c. String beans sell nt "..7t77rio per bx, as to quality; butter beans, .0c. Shell beans bring ".."fi."0o per bv, as to quality. Civy beans sell atifl per b; Lima beans nt 7.rie for comnion, improved, ,1.,"0. Creen peas soil at ?2 )ier bx for good, flreen corn Is still very plenty and sells nt 2.Vf.'i."e per Int. Kgg plants arc quoted at $1 ; leeks, r0e; peppers, fiOc. A steady hay market continues to bo noted, with the best hay pretty firm. Straw is In qujet request, with prices little changed.' Mi 11 feed Is a llltlo firmer: liny. M2'f llt.r.O; fancy and Job bing, 5 lS.."0'tr20; rye straw, JHWilS; oat straw, $!)(? 10. The position of pork and lard Is tre mendously firm, following the remark- nhle high prices hogs have reached the past work the highest for many yenrs. Amost the whole market Is advanced. I.nmbs are a shade easier, with mut tons steady and veals llrin. Trade bys been rather better of late. Lambs. fiT. 10c; yearlings, OTtSc; muttons, (ii7'6c; veals, S&lOe; fancy and Hrlghtons, 10 lie. A firmer feeling has been ruling on cod poultry. Fowls are llrin, with chickens steady: leod turkey's, llijj; ll'.ie; fro.on, U'iiWMo; fresh native chickens, l.fiilPe; western, l.'!W17e; fresh fowls, 1lffcl."e: Iced fowls, lO'.AfT; 11uc; Iced chickens, 12'n.ric; live fowls, RfilOc; live tdilckens, !WI2c; soring ducks, KM 1.1c Abnormiill.v large receipts of wheat nt nil the elevators of th country nre among the lending fen lures that haw servo to depress the market. These heavy receipts sro reported lo botluo to the eaily market in.; of wheat by the growers, undoi the Impression that the spring whoa crop Is both a largo ami a very fine one. CJOMMKROIAL rfew York Produce Mnrkot- $ New York. Sept. 11. n.OPIl Reci'lpts 11, Sf... barrel): exports xVMV-.ibm'!s; ncl ve on MlmS.nniu Ma Ml n.is mi u "ii nieapoils AN I it.r patents, firma., winter ,tial'hP( I'3(k,i3Ij MlnncMjta patents $1.7iKjjnV winter' extras, f2.Wi'rf2.S0; .Minnesota bakers .' vr,"i;i.l&, winter low grades 2 30tc.' ia, LYE Pl-'VI.',' ,"r,,y l 7'lrf; rf bnn.& .alrtogoodt2M,,'lir,cl.ilce ,0 fancy J.I. 10 WIIPAT llcelits 1 21") bndiels salts 2-Vifi .aisl'.P 'future -ui.t".. b I!,. sii.it Spot n.sy. No. 2 red 7 V lH ntloat No. . i"d 7l'4c elevator No, 1 Ntntiern nil nth 7i.t fob illoit. No linn m'uMuido'lileher "on'tiw eovV.'nllln o'rdcr to accgiu.nodttto our subscriber., inent report nnd rains In the northwest. Later weakened iniilor Miles 101 loan lie Mount, liitRo rcjelpiH tiisy entiles iwl smitl clearances, Closed wrnk lit M' V'. net kiss. .May 7fWf"9'o. clcscil 79'ie. Hept., 7tVit7l'-,c, closed 7I-V Oct., 74' SI U iC i clnf-cil 74's.c, Dec., iWiit, 11-lre, closet! I U)ItN i.ctM-ipt :,7tX) I'li-Ild ft. Iiuslinls; Kfilft t7.'i,f0f) liushcls CMMIl'tS futures; M.Wn hiiKhels snot: suit easier: No. 'I ;l",c, eliMitor ami tic. f.o.li. ailo.tt. Optima itinrkrt optiud strong find lutlvo on the flop report. Active unloading however ,1 n tit a.tirirl I hn Oit.lr.f Inhn nti.l .lfti.f nnoii heaviness followed. l'loed wenli at V 'ic. net ilreiine. .May r.;i4'.i.ji,e, closeo i.:V; Sept., i.D'di,."e. closed CIV; Dee.. (d1 ''Hi.V. tdosetl t'.K't" OATS Receipts ."i2,iViO liuslirls; exports 10 bushels; spot unlet; No. 1 3"ic., No. 3 in'.e; No. 3 white S'le; .Vo. 2 white -l"e; truck mixed Westtin 37'i.fi:tPe; trick white Western .IS'fc'.i I7e ; truck whltt Slate Bt'i'-f 17c Options llrm nnd lilnlier nt first with torn but subsequently uvo way tllnler llilillilnllcii. ll.W-Stt ntly. Shlnplng, 7:UC77jc; good to choice Wj.v. I DDKS The market vas Mendv to-day. Clnlvestoli 30 to Si llis ISe- C'lillfor l i.i. 21 lo 23 lbs., l'J!;c, Texas diy, WI.M lbs.. ll'we. V OOL Tho mnrk?t was dull to-day. DoMiestle fleece, Jl'd 27c ; Texas, lfiffUe. L-MID Was steady; Western stenttied, ; Sept. closed J0.75 noininal; re- tlnctl Hteiidv. PORK The mniket was sltiidy to-tlnv. Family $I7.X; short clear lf,.K(!l.'.0; 11 es J IS rrflT m.co. ItFTTKU -Finn, eiramcrv VY'iVlr; f.ie torv June packed H'il.iHe; Itiiltalloa ere iitr.ery UM17c; State dairy tlfiKic. C1IKK.S1C Wink. In rife finev colored fe; fiinev large white lc- linvy smnll eiloivd ti'je; fancv small white ;i'e. Wins Stoutly; State "and l'( nnsylv.inl.i IWiOc; Western uneandled lKM7e; cnn.ll'd Weslern 17fPie. l'O't'A TOMS Were sterdy; Jerseys 51.75 fo2"ti. Iinc Isleiid 2 Urn 2 7.1; Jersev sweets yellow J2.iKi.'7i"i. T' Ll.oW-Sten ly. ( 11 y (2per pnek apt ) 5' c; eoiiiitry (pnel iirfs fr"'0 5V, ! ."''ie. PF.THOLKFM Wns thill; refined New Yolk, i7.."J; I'blladt Ip'iia nuci llaltlmnrc, J7.4.1; tin. In bulk, Jl.sj. CiiPi'KU-Dnll. Hiokers, tW.Mi'0; exehnnge, t Vii 17.. 'l'I''i;K Spot Rio wns stonily. No. 7 li.Nolee I've; nilttl tpilrt. 'Die mnrk.'t for n.ffee future K closed steady at net un changed prlt c-s to an ndv.mcc of live point. Total sales 24.f'i(i buns, including. : Del . 1 1.7.1: Nov. IIH,; Dec.. $l.ft.VfT"i.0. .bin . J.I ikl, Merch 1.1.21: Aueest 1.1.11. Noms iroin ell. i. id was about .i stand off and had no t ffeet on tin- loenl sltu.Ttioii. hi I, Alt Haw w.-is quiet filr refilling Mio; Centrlfugil ifl test t'te; mo bses mgur ,"i . rellned sngni steadv. No. fi. Jl.ill; No. 7. D..1.1; No. .i, tl.11; No. 3 St. 10; No. in, Jl.3.1; No. 11, 11.30, No. 12. JI3'; No 1.1. J4.2C; No. It, $1.20, standard u, $1.-1; eoiifeclloners M n.1; mould a, J.'.W. en! Ir; f Jj"".. trnshrd ?.",."" powdered tn.3.1; grnnu lnti d f5.25: rubes I5.M NKW YORIC L1VK FTOCK MARK FT New York, Sept. 11. r.l'.KVKS Reoelpls ;;i7; steers about steady tor top grades, others V "i 15 . , null neatly; cows steadv lo l.V lower: several ems unsold, sit ers' JI.2.1Ti 'SO'I; half brei tls fM"'l7n, bulls S2 .1f'i:i.in; rows $l.i;i'i) 1 1 0; i Ml: Western do. $4..M; oxen nlifl stngs ?l t"""'! 4."t. Calves stead ; shipments . c ul tlt and '!':1 fiuarters of btef ( 'A LVKS Receipts WW; steady to 21 . lower, venls f.1.t4,S.O. little t nlves and ciilN Jt.Oo'dt .7); gr.issers Mid buttermilks J.l0iTi3.,Vi. MIKI-.P AND LAAinS-ttec-ipts T7I: He ep slow; prime and choice lanilis steadv t i 'irong; others dull i lifi easier' rlu p .l.t.7.1. few choice $lfl; culls $2 , l.iinhs $: 7.1T1.1 2.1: choice bt avv J.1.:)' ami ?." ' .' . culls i?,. "".i3.ro. ltOflS Receipts .VHO; slow nt S3.S'JT i;':! for State hogs; Westerns nominal. CHICAGO PRODUCT'. MARKET Chicago, Sept. 11. The leno-mg futures closed as follows: WHFAT No. 2 Sent. tic: Dec. 70' c May 7.SV CORN NO. 2 si i :.s7c. Sept.. 1llf.r1.Vsc; Dec., r.7c OATS-So. J Sept., :.?,c; l)i c., SlfiS'.e; Mny 37', c. MFPH I'OHK-d'er bbl.)-Keptember. Jll.i'.Ji2; Oct.. U.72'j; .lull.. $15.1.".. I. AKD (Per l"o pountls)-sjeptember, ;'."; Oct.. jri.C'.: Jan.. $!.1. SHOUT HI lis! (Per 10H lbs.) September. $s"i; Oct., S.ii.'ij; Jan., $S 10. Casn quotations were, as follows: 1'l.Ot H Tbo market ns steady to-dav. "Winter patents $.1.."iiii3.i'o; straights I'.i.l n 3. to; clears J:'.Vii3.:0; spring -pcelals H.: ' ! t.Jii; pattnts 53 -l'lfit.70- straights T2.-tt3.'-. W IIl'AT Xo. J spring iT'd'c; Xo. 2 rtd 71" ..i: l'(iH.V-.'o, 2, .71', c. OATS No. 1. ,m,1i3.. No. - white 36), i 87' sc: No. 3 white .W i.a,c. ItVi: No. 2. .V,e. HAHI.KY (loud feeding ; fair to cl'olee malting .Vi'mXic I l.A.NSKHU No. 1. 51.47; Noilhwcstern No. 1. U.i'X TIMOTHY SKKD Pi Ime, ,'. J", MICrfS I'OHK (I'or bhl.)-J11.70'nl4.7d. l.AUD-d'er 111 lbs.) J0.!5'iv.4o. SHOUT Itll'S-Rides. $v.f'"S.i".. SHOl'I.UIiHS. dry, sidled fboxsd)--7 r-HT 7:. SIDKri Short cpnr, jn.:.".t(.3n. WHISKl.VDlKililnrs' dnlshtsd gootlii (I usis of high t mes) ?1..1il. On the piodnre eM huime to-diy tiutter m. rket w.is firm; ere, tn cry H'n.Me; dairies i: '! I7i : ch"fe bteady; '.itK''!4e; eg's linn; fresh lu'c. HUTTEH AND CHEKSE MARKET. lioston, Sept. K. I l'TTEH Northern, -0',-c; Western, ir'i iOr ; Imitation, l.'.c; ladles, ltfiHVc. f'HEKSE Western, '.a,H: Northern, SLTf f.ie CTICA CHEESE MAHKET. L'tlca, N. Y., Sept. D. The following fales of cheese were made to-day at tho jt'tltn boanl of trndi : I :W lots of 7,311 boxes. Large wddtn and colored s"v; small white, two lots at R'-e, tlireo lots ot white and cob red nt Se Creamery butter In tubs at 20' 3 to Sic, and prints L'J. CLUBBING LIST Tho Froo i'ross nnd Othor Periodicals at Low Rates to One Address, We have computed uriungcmcnts wheie- by the Weeklj I'HEE PHKSS eiin bo ob tained 111 combination with oilier lending periodicals al low rates. To prc ent uii ne'css.try cone sponuence wu will utato that after the subscription has beun no tice of a change of address, or anything concerning the receipt of the other period icals, should be sent directly to the tittb o of that peilodk'ul. Tho Weekly FUEL Pit ESS nnd any one of the following pctlodkals will be sent to any cno addrc-s for 0110 year at the prlt s annexed: ' The clubbing pike on the Huston Jour nal Is tor YEHMONT SUUSCHlliEUS only. Arena 5,1.1") American Hoy j.;) lioston Weekly Athertlser lioston Journal 1.&1 Caledonian (St. Johnsburyj 2,iu Century Magazine 4 co Chicago Ledger i.aa Christian 1 lei aid, N. Y Cosmopolitan i.sj Di niorest'.s Mngnzinn i.s". Forum 3.i Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly u) Harper's Huzar i,;G Good lloiisokeeplllg nr. Harper's Magazine) t.3.'i llaiper's Weekly i Si Harper's Hound Table 1 i) Home Market ilullotlu l.n Ilouseholtl J.75 Int.islatu I'oiiltrymau j,;o Ladles' Home Joiirnul j.s," Leslie's Weekly 3 y, Literary Ulnest (new) ;t.;o JlcCluie's Magazine 1.1HJ Mirror and Farmer i.;n Munsey's Magazine l.lu Nallnnal MiiRaziut l.i.'i Nfcw York Weekly Tribune 1.4s New Yolk Thi'hu-ii-week Trlbuno :.lo New Yolk World J .73 I New England Farmer 2..'3 Hevlow of Itevlnws. Keltniille Aiiuilian. 3.i5 3.i.(i 3.&I 1.1'tf 1.S5 l.l 1.83 1..'0 l.W Saint Nicholas... ei.itur.iiiv Eenlng Post l.t't)' San Fianclsco Post, Weekly IM' ,,,,,1 Vermonter 1.0a Weckl and Hur.il New Yoiker 1.83 sir. Tuvlor had been In poor health for W. ekly Free Press and Success 1..'0 the pntt three yenrs but has not been Woman's Home rompanlini l.W routined to tlxs betl, Ilo wns about the our clubbing llt Includes all paners and house Saturday, retiring as usual, but ma iiliies piibllsheil. Onlv tl use, most was taken with a fainting spell shortly m- J a' e.l for ire prlnt.sl la our after 5 o'clock Sun'day morning Ever- list but others may be had on application thing was done to old the dying mnn hut " g, " '.ibVrs i.iav lane more than onelh. t xpirod nt f. 30. Mr. Tn lor was bom , from this clubbing list Always In Hiirllngtoii 30 years ugo and Is sur - , i , r, r n 1 Iv when 11 l.liu about vl tl b 11 father mother, time sisters, 1 .,, n YERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from first page.) Hnln returned from lluffalri Frldny. S, Siirscnl, Mrs. Lola Clnrk, . II. HurRcnt uiid son, Walter, and Mr. and Mrs. '1. A. Kat'Renl went to HtirOilo Tlinrfd.iy. V. . Murium Ims sold the koihIh In tils stnre to his son, L, ,J, Morgan, who Is now solo piopi It tor. Watson Moriniin went to llel. lows Falls, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Men III started for the Pan-Ami rlonn Kt po.qilon, Thursdny. Mrs. Tracy and Mrs.! MeDermolt of Constable, N, V., are vis-1 Itlng their Sargent cousins here Word, wns received hero Friday morning ot tho , shins ne(-s of William (Irani of Ih1s tov.n, In Fast Monti" Her. Mr. mid Mis. I Omul Iff I lure Wednesday for Calais to attend the Vermont Christian Conference. Mr and Mrs. A. T. Morgan visited In South Sturk-dioro Wednesday. Miss .h n nle Morgan h is icUirned 'Oust tin far ns rii.odlnnd. Intl. Mrs. (J. F. Miiiray Is In poor health. The school directors nre shoit two tea, 'tiers to till the schools. M. W. Halo returned from Dellanee, Ohio, Thnrsdnv cMu,.n Atkins 1ms Imornvetl sllahtly, nn I i.,.,. ,,... n,.ods of tnnselo,isn.. periods of consclousii'Vu. ins son Is better.-.Mi's iioi initio nruey ic turned from Queen City Park. Satuidny. .Ii remy Yolk, Mrs. C. A. Klnsb y and Mr. and Mrs. Walter ((rant attended tho Rutland fair last week. Rev. II. L. Stno, Field Siittdnv school worker will speak III th" Methodist church Wednesday evening. Sept. IS. Mrs. V. XV. Morgan end Conrad Hi own, a veiling boy who was drhlni: for hr, mirrowlv tsciipcd serious Injury wblln on th"lr wny to llrlstfil Siturtln.. Tic carriage was badly bioken and 31 doz en eg';s they wire carrying were hrnl.cn. The iic ldeiit oeeiirretl near Paue Colb s and was nil ed hy it careless hycycle rid er. .Mrs. Morgans Injuries weie slight. The Aid society will meet Wetln. "day at tt moon. tVpt. iS. Mrs. Maria Mm ray Is In poor health ngnln. ADDISON. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'llry.in spent stmit last wtek In Hiitln.id with relatives. -M. and Mrs. Clayton Cr.ino of Water bury are the guest of Mr. a nil Mrs. li'U Crine. The Ladles' Aid will liolil their nt meeting with Mrs. I,. P. Tracy, on Sept Is. followed by a dime social tn the evening, all are Invited to attend. Mr. nnd Mis. Kevin Adams and son have re turned tn their home In New Hampshire nrtir a few weeks visit In town. A tree ns blown nn thi tel. phone wires on tho vi st road a few days since, causing some tr ii'ble. Carv Miirshi.ll Is showing his slurp at the fairs now.lle wns In Hutland last week and Mlddlebiiry thl week. -Mrs. Mary Owen accompanied by Mr. Cota of Iianby spent last Saturday and Sunday wltb .Mrs. C. K. McLean. l.oyal stnun. who has been spending tho summer In town returned to his home In Chicago last w.c't. He has been connected with 'he 'Inn. Montgomery, Ward nnd Co , for thi Inst 2" years. Mrs. C. II. Marshall enter tained the Ladles' Aid society of VYr irmnes on the nth Inst., also a few ot lit r liiluhbors and fi lends. Ice-cream and take were pervetl nnd nil report a plea sant time. (loorcc Noonan has gone to the I'.in-Am.'rk in Exposition and also to vis it his brother, Thomas, who Is a pros perous lawytr In Hiiffalo. Mrs. Julius Clark spent Inst week In St. Albans and 11 turned Sept. 0. accompanied by her t'aiiuhter. Mrs. T. A. Mitchell, who will sc. ml a few weeks In town. Wilbur Smith Is visiting his uncle, Ira Iliunblin in Cornwall. Mrs. Stagg is boarding with Mrs. Hlla Smith; I.uey Palmer with Mary Villmarth and Frances Spau'.dliu? with I'annle Day. Miss Myrtle Powell went on Tn. s.lav to R.ixtons Hlver tn attend school. H. XV. Hay has gone to the west em part of the State of New York to at t ml the f uncial of a relative of Mrs. I'a. GRANVILLE. Milton Swlnton met with a severe neel d' nt Monday while chopping in the lum bfr woods for Walter Scott. A limb fell fi.in a tree near by striking him on tho In ad. canting a bad scalp wound which was dressed ly Dr. YV. I). Huntington of Hoc In ster. Mr. and Mrs. Horace t'tlall of Stt.ilford were giusts of H. C. and Mrs. Ii'nbbard two days last week. Iltid ley like of Ituxlinry Is clerking In C. J. Stoekwell's store at Hancock. Mrs. J. A. Ylnton has b. en finite 111 the past we. k but Is now Improving. Dr. and Mrs. Fiank Celley, who have spun several weiks iu t iwu started for their home In Chicago list Frlda . Miss Mnriette llasklns, who has been the guest of Mrs. Oeotge Ford since May has gone to her home In Mai den, Mass. ftoad Commissioner E. W. Port! has completed a fine piece of State road. Hurley Kill, who was arrested last week for assaulting his brother In Harn ard. was once a resident of this town. O. (.. r.rlugs I" moving to Hoxbury to sp. nd the winter, win re he has taken a lumber Job of the International Paper company. He Intends tn ro to his oltl home In North t'cld In the spring. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Mls Agnes Morrill of Burlington visited friends here last week. Miss Anna Union h-is returned to lioston. The attending physician gives more hope Hint Chase At kins will recover. Mr. and Mrs, Ambrose Tart started for Colorado last week to visit their children, taking in the I'an Amcrhnn on their wny. Mrs. Jennrtte Norton Is keeping house for her daughter, Mrs. Atldie Arms, who Is visiting her si ter, Mrs. Jennie Rprague In Hlnesbiirgh this week. Warren Hatch wont to Hur llngtnn the tlrst of the week to nccompany his wife home. Stephen Young hu.s bought the Harriet Kimball homcFtead for SsOO. -Adah Mullock has returned to the Hrlstol lilidi school this fall -Mrs. EM.' Lalaj ettc, who has been sick, Is recovering. RICHVILLE. MNs Jessie Hnldwln commenced her sIMh term of school here on Mommy. Mr. an I Mrs. H. II. Hooth of Versnmcs weio gu.sts of I. li. Hlch and son on Sunday. 1 .iid Lane of Tleonth rona Is visiting ic letlves here. Misses Mabel Delano and NelMo rati naiide co tn Csstleton this weeic to enter the normal sihool.Mr. and Mrs. Elwln Hrown visited her sisters her-s last w eek. BENNINGTON COUNTY. BENNINGTON; During the month of August the town clfik had 10 deaths P births reported to him. In the same month he Issued nine marriage licenses. Itobert SI. L. Holt and Theodore Slbloy will enter the Cnlv.rslty of Vermont this fall. Valentino I'trklus goes to Norwich Cnlverslty. Harry Mattlson to the Ver mont academy, und SIIss J.ill.i SIattitm to a commercial college. A. C. Connor, for 23 years station ng. nt for the HennliiKton anil Hiitland rallroatl at Manehester, Is now located al Fort Col lins, Col., where ho has charge of a sta tion. (ienrge Woodward lias taken a position as conductor on the Chatham and Leb anon Valloy railroad. A gang of men with n work train are now at work put ting the road lu complete repair. A ditch oil each side Is being dug the entire length, the road oed Is to be newly gravelled, and t.a,nijo new lies are to be put III before cold weather comes. The lust report of tho road as made to the state railroad com missioners of New York showed a marked increase lu business, CHITTENDEN COUNTY, cinniinn .!nnie t.ivIop iiu.t Rnmiav morning nt the home of his parents, Mr. n.wi t.u .b.mes Tavlor 011 1 bilr ntnel. Mrs .1 llenrv Medreevv .Misses mill and j Kale Tujlar ud a duOuliter. Ml-s Aladc line Taylor. Mrs, Taylor, Ids wife, dbtl In Nashua, N. II., nlioiit three yeais ago nnd since that time he Ims iimde Ids home with his parents. The fntiernl w.is held Tuesday morning at ! o'clock f n m Ht .Stephen's church. Mrs. Cyre! lilgito died Friday morning nt her home on Mallelts Hay nvenite of hcirt fnlbire, after nn Illness of several ecls. Mrs. Hlgae wns born in lunula .': y irs ngo, and innde her Inane lu re since She haves u hii3nnnd, four ibuiwhter.-t and three sons. Pile ndvertlsetl letters la the postolllue , for the week ending Sept. 7 nre as follows: Mnn. Liigt r Iteiiolt. Mrs. Anna Uronliard, Mrs Tlllle (irenn, Mnn. Joseph F. llll.ird (i), Hiiclldc llebert, Delia La Mat die. , COLCHESTER. One of th" prettiest of weddings wns solemnized it 7 p, in., Sept. I, nt the plen sanl h ii of Mr. nnd Mrs A. M. Ie ler, when their only daughter, llnltb L. wns united In marriage to (ieorge A. Snniui vllle of Wnltslb'td by Rt v. J. T. Iln.i: II. The house was prettily trlintmd with everaret n and goldpn rod. I lu biltlul party entered the room to the strain the wedding march from f.olie nnilli, play ed by ilNs C.en' Vl 'Vo Collins, The bride s goHti was while silk trimmed with while iiptillMiio and white chiffon. They had many useful presents. Miss Wheeler Is onn ol Ci.leliester s lliiest .uuiiig ladles aed she will be grcntb missed. Her m.itl frlnids unite In wishing them a Innir and happy marrl'vl lire. Mr. and Mrs. Somer vllle left on the evening train for a wed ding trip to New York city, after width thev will go lo Wnltslleld, where they will i t -id -. Mrs. Herbert Hurnhnin has returned tn her home In Florence. Mass.-MI-ts M.ie Me Veil left Monday for ner chool In Cast lelon. The K I lie's Dailgbteis will nti'l Satiirdiu- with Miss (Irnee t'ro'ketl. Mis. Solt.n lilneloiv of West ford l In tov.n. -MWs Chun Mayo has returned to bet school in 'iroektcn, Mftts. Miss .Ifs sie Lord was in town Saturday. A vcrv l lcasani pirty of young people was neld Scilurtl.tv evenlt'g at the home of Samu"l MiiiiImv, tb.- occasion being Ills rnh birth tlaj. A vcrv enjoyable time wns st .'in by all. Mrs. Alex MeCuen Is Improving. -Mrs. Luther Sager has ti turned to her homo In Nashua. Mr. de'erKe White of N. w York I" the guest of his sister, Mrs Hatdwln Landon. Mls Jennie MneNVIl li fi Siitmdi.y for Plttsfortl, win re she Is to teaeb the coming year. Hew llllam W.nner Is visiting at C. A. Spa.ildlng s. -Mrs. IjoIh MaePrlde and Mrs. Frances Stevens have letiirned to tVlnooskl. MI.M Jtesile Collins is visltlnv nt C. L. Mae tlride s.-Mrs. L. I.. Woleott Is attending the Ilaptlst eonventlor at Fairfax, also b.ev. ami Mrs. J. T. Huzf.ell. Miss Crae . Wdson has if turned to the Edmunds high ftbt.ol. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Wolttat end Mr. and Mrs. Mion Shaw left Mon day ti, visit the Pan-Am-rlcaii. A laugh ter was recently hern to Mr nid Mrs. John Plnnl ett. Mrs. Fred Wil-on has Ittn r.illfd to Cheder by the Illness of In r muthf r.-Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Iter Worthcn nre the- patents of u d.iugluer. JERICHO. Mrs. Cornelia Heath of nurlinittnn is spending a f w cl.ivs with her sister, Mrs. II. A. Pert Hal. -Miss Maud Hurlbuit has relumed lo her studies at the Johnso" Normal school.-Sieve My. tte has rent, tl not purchased the Thatch, r house. Ml-s Delia Hoss. who has been sick the past six wicks. Is Improving. Mrs. II. S. Mar tin spent last we. k at Queen City Pnrk.-s Miss Eva Foul is visiting In Willlsion. Hi v. anil .Mrs. O. N. Henu atteiified tho Haptlst Lamoille association at Fairfax Tuesday and Wediusday. S. S. I'lkel moved his family back to Chazy, N. Y.. 1 last week. Miss Mary Tlerney Is al home, from Montptller I'or a short vacation. j Mrs. Allte Nichols Is spending tho wefk at nuffalo. Mrs. F. W. Wentworth of Paterson, N. J.. i.s a guesl at her brother's Henry 1 lurlburfs. Mrs. Martin Sherman tiled Friday alter several months' Illness. The funeral was held M.mrtay with our lal .it Huntington. Scott Fuller was in Johnson W etln. sd.iv. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hoss Tuesday, Sept. 1" James Carroll, Jr., has gone to New Y.uk where he has a position In a hotel. The Jerlt ho Cemetery association met Tuesday evering and the following oflieers were elected- Pit.-1'bnt, W. J. C.lbsoii; s. ere-, tary, E. II. Williams; Measurer. P. R. , Howe; trustees. A. Field, J. II. Hutchin son, C. It Yarney: sexton, C. S. Field. Fred Wright and M. E. McMahon attend ed the Morrlsvllle fair W. tlnesd.iy. Mrs. S. V. Hooth returned home from ijueen City Park Tu-stliy. A sun nrriv. d nt tho home of (Jeorge Mllb r Tnesduy night. i HINESBURGH. ' Llltlo Marsh Hington whi'. itt.ndlng school In district No. ii. ibe victim of an unusual act Mont. He wl'h thre other children was sitting 101 a patent teat looking over a picture nook when the suit shut up lu such a manner as to catch his hand and brink bis wrist. Dr. M.rrlnm set It and he Is doing w.ll. 11. v. Walling Clark of Home, Italy, a 111 phew of Mrs. M M. Mull filled the Congrt gatlonal pul pit Sunday and addressed a union met t tng In the same church In the evening on the subject of Christian work ami condi tions In Italy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clayton Der by hne gone to Tunbrldge to visit rela tives for a few days. Ilev. II. Ii. Cassa vant Is 111 at I'.ter and Flunk Lavlgne's and was unable to preach Sunday. James Hnsell and his daughter. Mrs. John Collins have taken a carrli.Ee dilve to Jlridpc'it and Shoreham to visit relatives. Henry (loodme has gone to the I'.tn- American Exposition.!). K. l'atrlik i.s nun. ung a iniriy 1001 suo ior it. 1.. i; Incton. M. E. I'.rothers i.s building a silo. Mrs. Agin s T. Marshall Is spending a f. w weeks with Mrs. II. St. PaRC-d. SI. Cassldy, road commissioner hns done s mo CM'clhnt work in making permanent road on Silver stro. t Mrs. J. S. Patrick and daughter. Flora, of Hurllngton xlsll.d friends here last week. Hon. J. II. Allon, Sllss Florence All. n and A. H. Weed at t. nded the Otlicer's reunion anil banipiet at Hurllngton, Thursday evening. -Sllss Slautl Fraser went to Norlhfield Friday to lsll friends. SIIss Florence Allen ve iled Sirs. Charlis Clifford In Hrlstol over Sunday Sirs. Marry Sutton and dmgh- tel. r.tnei who nave neen snipping ui John Chapman's have returned to lioston. -Sirs. Frank Steele and son. Sherood of tet, Ethel who have been stopping ut Chicago are visiting her father, Louis I'.lssonotte. Sits. Frank Steele nnd son. Sherwood of Chicago arc vklllng at Louis Hlssonelt s. Sllss Hilda Walker has returned to Hur llngtof. after spending a couple of weeks at Judge Allen's. Sirs. Marry Sutton and daughter, Ethel, who have been nt John Chapman's sevpral weeks have return, d to Hoston. Wallace Claik spoke it the Concregatl of Home. Italy, mil church Sun tliy eienlng. There were no services at the other churches. Sirs. Ueorge D.ivles nnd .Mrs. John Somers ett ended the fu neral of Sirs, Sherman In Huntington on Monday. 13. L. Degree has sold his prop erty here to Dr. J. F. Sllles and purchased n residence in Hurllngton. where lie ll move soon with his family. .Miss .Maud Eraser went to Nnrthllold Saturday to visit friends. SIIss Florence Allen was In Hrlstol over Sunday the guest of her 's. ter. Sirs. Charles Clifford. Row T. J. Harris nnd wife have returned Irom Hiif falo. Sirs. J. S. Patrick and tl.iught. r. Floi a of Hurllngton visited friends here last week. Sir. and Sirs. E. L. IV gn e have leturned from Huffaln. Sirs. .1. 11. Allen has returned from Saratoga Spilugs. .Mrs. Emma Eaton and Sirs, 'MiarUs C implicit of Chicago were In town this week. BOLTON. Mr. nnd Sirs. Oscar Hi. ins an the happy parents of a son, born on the 7th lust und weighing ten pounds. Nora Foley who is employed at the Chlldreus' Homo, In lUir Unpton, Is stopping with her parents, Sir, and Sirs. James Foley, fot a few days. C. F. Sablns and s ni C-irl visited his sis ter In Sloretown 011 the 10th 11st. JONESVILLE, Sllss Oettle Derrcrllt who has been nt home for tome time, returned to Lisbon, N. IL, this week Mrs. John Atkins of Hoston Is visiting at her lathers, Sir. A. H. Criiiulairt.-Slrs. . Cr.indall Is In poor health. -Sc hool beg-in hero Mon lay will: Miss WlllUms ns teacher-Mrs o D Heads mother. Mr Hirsnit. is ust-hic- her .Miss Murv .' Hi vlsltt 1 H JUIMuoVILLC. Miss Oettle Derrcrllt who has been at lu.irie for some time, returned to Lisbon. N. IL, this week -Mrs. John Atkins of Hoston Is visiting at her lathers, Sir. A. H. CmiiilaH't.-Slrs. -. Crandall Is In poor health.-Sc hool begin hero Mon lay with Miss WlllUms ns teacher-Mrs o D Heiuls mother. Mrs Hnrgnn. ,s Mst- higher Miss Murv 10 vl-ite 1 il Williams over Send Ml-s. Flora Ci'b.y 1 and Sirs Dlekt y and sun, dlmore were il Sir Henry Old.tt- over Sunili.' Th. 1.. nil 11 Haiti st ltt iecl will Ml It - Flddock ltu.t Yhursday. In two woekn Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon tho mind, dls- courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor ana cneeriuiness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent ? fl that It Is not uncommon ? VXiLsJ' a child to be born VA Wr afflicted with weak kld- nnys. If tho child urin w ates too often, If tlv urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage, it Is yet afflicted with bed-wettlnp, depend upon It. the cause of r the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the. first step should be towards the treatment of lbr Imnnrlnnl nrn T1.I- . -. 1 O BiiftiwHgBin trouble is due to a diseased condition of the l.U 1 LI.JJ I .... . ... niuncys ana Diauusr ana not to a naoil as most people suppose. Women as well aa men aro made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect oi Swamp. Root Is soon realized. It is sold bi .triirrnlete In (lt, C" V" cent and one dollar Ui.ujlliPr-j "izes, You may have a sample bottle by mail ii-ltSTlwtl tree, also pamphlet tell- ttome f swamp-Root, ing all about it. In-,ludinr; many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer tt Co.. Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. thev meet With Mrs. Miipcy for dinner. Mrs J. l'lildi i-k ha- 1;. ne to Holloa tu vis. It her sen Theina- I'l ldnck.-Mrs. A. l'imrltt remi'ins 1 i i t poorly yet. Mr. and Mrs. New tun TVmlin"m have g. n" to North Tunbrldge to atleret tin Haptlst arly meeting. Mr nnd Mrs, Ce.irge tloedrl h and son. Mr. ami Mrs. A. L. Wheeler, Mrs. 1). C, Ont man and son Clyde, nnd Mrs. Kenrv Haines hnv- been siting th?lr sister. Mis. St.nheii 1111- lireth for several Mr. und Mrs. Fr vs, also two cousins, Ftt.nh-y. ESSEX CENTRE. Dr. H. . Ladd and family of North Hero nre to locate here. Dr. Ladd has rmjnged rooms at Henry Lawn nce's nnd will mov.i there this week. The ladies ol tb C011gregatl.1n.il church a'e ask'tl to in' et W.tlnejdiiy afternoon at V at tho church. Stutters pertaining to the mls sli'ii.irv society will be discussed. The loi.il W. c. T. C, v.lll meet next Friday 'afternoon at 2 o'clock al the St. thodist ' ehiiri li. .Mrs. I. C. Frost and rhildi.n, J.d. t'.eneva and Itolph. visit. 1 at Henri' I.-.w retion ) Inst week. The en 11 crop Is ijeifig harvested as rapidly as possil,!. for fear of frost. The yield Is a gi od 011" The Cbitten.b'n t.'ounty Pomona Oir.ge will meet at West .Milton with Wool lawn Orange. Sept. 17th. There will be a business meeting at Putm a. m. and an op en meeting at L.io p. m. Ilev. II it. Fay of the Congregational eliur. h pi-iaebid in able discourse last Sunday morning on Jacob as a man of the world. Next Sun day he w ill sp. ak of Jacob ns a Paint, I Hen. 33 : JG. JERICHO CENTER How C. E. Hnywe.rd nnd wife nre nbs. nt from home on a vacation. During thtir absent e. .Mrs. Ilov. Sirs, lldyw.trd's moth er, will keep house) at the parsonage The schools at this village opened fur the fall term Inst SIondawlth the sam- teachers ns Inst year, viz: II. E. H. Haggles lu charge of the higher grades and SIIss Hl.inehe Hate- In charge of the primary grade. Mrs. Starandn Sh.rman and SIIss Anna Eastwood are visiting at E II J01- dan's. Tho Sunday school el, is ,,f 13. p.. Jordan nnd their frit nds go for an extui slon and picnic to Tb nnderog.i l.v tie steamer Vermont next Sntuid.iv Oonrge Hall, hmlor clerk nt Jordan I!r"s , Is ab sent this week on n vacation -Sllss S hil Blown and Wlnliold 5tll"S ha.-e enter" 1 the high school at Hurllngton. .Mis Slarv SteOlnnis and Sllss Ha Nealv are att. inl ine the Ess. x Classical Insllt jtc SIis" Helen Nash hns gone to Hr itt 1. l.oro t.. attend the high school; SINs Slautl Murl burt nnd SIIss Lucy Chun h have return, d' 'to Johnson to finish tie Ir course nt th 1 State Normi! school. nnd I.vnn Sal. m. Lou .11, Everett and othei phi vs In Drown has gone to Oswego. N. Y . t" per son his stall's at the N. w York Stat"' Normnl sct-onl. Sirs Mart has g.me to Stassnchusetts to lst friends. SI'.- x peeis to be gone tb. rest of th. let .b -Sllss Eml! (iraves has hi en taken t" Hov nltnn. Tho ltlehmon.l and Huntington' Telephone company's men hnve been re building and repairing their line through this plate Ihs past week. Arrangements are being made for the commencement of ' the nnnl free delivery routes to begin Oci. ' 1 Letter boxes have been ordered and1 1 will be st belore the tlrst of the month.' land It Is exp-i.ted everything will be In 1 ' readiness bef..re October 1. The ptistof tlct at this pi will be c-intlinio.1, but as a station of the Jericho pot totllee instenl of an Independent otllce. Part of the r. si dents will have their mall delivered and p.irt will get tlelr mall nt the .I.rleh. I'en I ter station II. nt L. Slurtloek and Sllss Marlon Alice Floyd were maribsl by Ilev. ' f . V. Ilaywnrd Thursday, Sept. r,. Sti. s Edith Smitlvof Chelsen Is at her sisters Sirs. E L. Howe's, nnd will attend the fall t.rm of school nt this place. Ceorge C. Dilnkw nter and family have moved to the SleOlnnls farm on Lee rlvtr. 1st. ly purchased l.v him O. H. Ill own and wile hnve bought the Hollin SI. Oalusha home stead at Jericho I'orinrs.- E. T. Scott, started Slondin for a six weeks' visit to ibis old home and fanuh it Oakham. Hug- j hind, sailing from Hoston. Sir. Scott has, I n father, mother and two lsters lu Eng lland nnd has not se.11 them slme he I. ft - . ml.,,..v ,,ven 1 111 n ' , .;,'''' ,e J J thi 1 ' ''" ' Xhv c n years ago.- to England with E. T. Scott, to see the country. WEST MILTON. School began Mondnv with SIIss I.IIIlo Turner of Wlnooskl as teacher. liutwecu the hours of eight o'clock Saturday night anil five Sunday m .ruing, there was a change of forty degrees m the tempein ture here. .Mr. nnd Sirs. Eugene Ellis of Huntington with his son and wife Sir. and - 1 Mrs. Ilert Kills of Hoston .am. last 1 ri- dny to vl'lt their son John l.Uls. who runs the cr.amery here. r. turning to Huntington Sunday. Sirs Sarah Costello and son, Alton Mted her ou H.irle In Hlghpnte the last of the week, returning home SIondny.-H. S. Lincoln able to rid j out, but Is still very feeb'e. The Chittenden County ronionii Oraugd will meet at West Milton Tuesday. Sepl. 171b. Following Is the pr. -ramme: To transact any business tluil may no necis sary lor 1110 uroer nun to pay iut- im thls year. Hask.it dinner. Mternoon scs siun. Tho puhht are curdlnlly invited to this open nuillng. Op-iung Song, (iniiigc choir; Words of Welcome, WoodUuu C.ratiBe: Hcsponse, Mrs. Laura Doon, I'lci'snnt Valley Song, H. V. dale. Ir,, Paper on the Dilr.i iVw. '". J. Lowry, l'n del hill; .Music, Oninge Orchestia; A talk hy C.J. It'll. .Muster Vermont SI He C.riuu-e; Music, enhestra. Caper. Fr-.l Walston. West Milton, remarks for tho good ot the order bv E. F. O.irvln, Essex, A. S, Moig. in, West Milton, and others; music; any that come from n dlstnii.v can be accommodated over nlubt. EAST CHARLOTTE. A mission Is being held at the Human Catholic church during the present week. 1 Several nrbists are expected to be present. SIIss Or'andcrson of Spellman Seminary , Atlanta. C.a.. -poke In the Interests of tho 1 Woman's Homo .Missionary society at the Haptlst cbur. h on Sunday evcnlng.-ltiiy T aggnrt r.tiiiind to New York Sunday evening, alter two weeks stay at his , father's honie.-Mrs. Julia Morrill of Huntington is vlsltluu .Mrs. Anna Hr.ul- k, wi.lnn, hi Us,.,, and wlf, of W.,rH boro and Mrs Lllz.i Thrasher of Sonls- v U have been visiting relatives h; r Mbs (. rlrud liivm' ofl.ui' mil Id lit Yarn s la a week Mr I J 1 l li us 't 1 'OH In 111 Ir in II 1 I'll k jlli-r nehew. 1" S. H..7.ard, uccoirpauMne of ! i I l r H ANKSVILLE. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Ravelin nre r. Imi oer the arrival ot a son born A up Mr Robert lirndlny nnd ilnugbt. Mon town fire visiting her punti's mid Ir Joel Alger. -Mrs. Fred S.. i . i Randolph is visiting her son, Will, n eh t nil family.- Mrs, o. D. Meml of JoiieHVllle lsltfl her broihtr Fldv and family Inst week. '"Inn ! of Stowe is visiting her graiidpni , and Mis. Cluster Jtoss. HUNTINGTON CENTRE. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. J. Tomlliiaon I for nulla nn extensive I -I i ' 1 t ti 'I r 1 S't.lt i n 1 I' 1 Wfl k west. They expect to be Hbsom weeks and lo visit friends la th. "f Michigan, Wisconsin and I tin ,i- v t'al'p. liter Of Cll II f. .n i .t Hid he I,, ,, 11 " Jennie ISoardni I Mi I'lleburi. - In ' we I M f Hr'-tt. VI 'ft liC . 1 Tom'li . n nt N. A. ' "arp. in .tid Mrs Ardie Hill frli'Hils here lat Wfel bo has been In the i-ni Hanks as engit'Cir for the Ii .If has st vei . d 1 1 1 for Il-inks nnd r.turiu I to bl Mrs. Martin SluTtn m 1 b Itl In tnvMi Moti'l . w . thfs plnee for over 2" nian't people mo d iwi I two yeats ago. Tie '1.1 here' wdio express tin lr ! for the bereaved family. o, of W t ear 1 ' 'I a en w ' ' Mr ' 1 ' e In 1, ' 'nn.-r .1 v s r. ... f Mr Su r -..n ' r- r t 1 ati fie' P' st sj mi atby MILTON BORO. Threshers are. In tho vblnifv Myrtle II, rry Is the gi.r st of 1 1 Thomas Mrs Luela Osgood he I'ndlng a fe.-.v days with ler d 1 Ml Anna In St. AlhanF Mr. "id Charles Hlo ot St. Albfitis are the r of their parentis. A deer rrossttl Hie tn front f f M. H. timltli m.l Mr when en routf to Flii.h.i 1,. Mrs. ParniaPe of Hnoslurgh 1", li nn Interesting discourse en pop. ' ' at the Mtthodlst chunh in thi in 1 a mlssknnry stallrned at V. v Mr Lane of Burlington lond.d .1 n . Cedar poles at the mills do'-k W. Ii Ml n 1 'fr I ESSEX JUNCTION The Hume nrcio of , ... y. church will inett wl'n Sirs nt Essex Cinfir l'tldiv ec t nlng. Dr. J E. T igg-irt g". t' li fen 1 p. I n.i'in nnd will return Si.nlm Sir. and Sirs. J.un. s A l . 1..I111. issued lnvltatb ns fur th i . s 1 tern of their drf'Klit.r M ir 'jli Din SI. .lohnsiin up Wfd.iesd.ij e S pt. 'S, frum 5 unlil 10 u 1 lot k Tl'ero will he a .--f " . 1 1 iejmil me In the I'-uk sir. "t - h ,r, lvue SIv evening at 7 :.! .)' 1 " k tl . .d.. WESTFORD. S!r. r A. Stn'i' ) f 1 il da s with h 1 1 1 spendl"" it i-: , .1 . ,. ai 1. -Sir and .Mr- ' v I Sirs. F. I. Allen an.! M- , Itlce ret'ii netl frum I ' ' Sir. and .Mrs. L. H II . ' Sw anion Sunn.n M. - 1 -r sign, tl is teni I 1 Hrnoksld' and ie "i '' ' place. The I'nl'in (Ie-..-. - M' SI 1 - ( i ,edne'l 1 t'll nil 'la Not- h""i tf t .,( iv o., p-llrl I: - In '1 SI cents per nuntiifu 10. 1 ij Hurrltt has r-nt-tt I t-v place and will tnuv '1 1 (truce A Allen h.i- r-t'tT-' ird Cat p. r t t S' 'Ml Miss d to -Johi - on t teach In tin j training a. o.jj tmrnt Nurinai h.d ll ' 1: . ar Mabel Hupgles hit 1 M r-.b n. Tile d.j. Sh xp. t ' ' nt. j I'nlon Acutk-m . N If.. k nr. . 1 ST. GEORGE. Sirs. J.'" kson I 1 1 1 m I - m- te M p -1 1 mil. tin1 w. eh. ster. N H t" -1 ! her tb n-! tf r. Sir- . 1" s.nctu.m lir i-tichinut ' ! -11 Til -y Su l..v 1 1 sie N' w f K Mi - I E. Hi s 1. rl. - Pu. 1 . S 'h 'a with tie Ml-'i- 1-h.tm ' 1 i .dei.ts ir. P e I , , t H ltllll,-ce nnd Mi-. W T Till lt'd Sir in.l Sirs 11 The Sl's-s. s SI ie. e 1 Hurlli gi.'n ar i-lil dab .Mr and .Mi 1 Hnrllngteii sp"nt S .1 George ami family Slarceren.' Tlll r in. .litis High s, 1 1 nort cen last week that I- ' el s.i'd his farm was lncjirre. t. T -1 SHELBURNE, Sir. nnd Sirs. (Jeorge Clark are rh' 1 1 rents of a 1 ' pound boy. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Laron are t p.v r -nts of a girl habv Mr. and Mrs Frank li'ishaw are r j 1 -lug m it tie- birth of a sou. Mr. and Sirs. C. P. Ash line are tl-. a n nts of a son. born Sept 3. Dr. W. H. Hanks Is vlsf'lng his f "1. r in Lowell, Slass. Sir. and .Mrs. XV. J. Pott ha. ret .rned to Albany. N. V.. after sp. 'eilng th. t 1.1 tiier In their onttagi on Slnth s Islaim Dr. Martin C. Ii.icy his re, irn u i New York city The schools In town all . cned SI "1 v with a large att. ndan t The , 1 school In the village has 1 pi.j.i's t largest opening day 111 th, I M. n r s. hool. The Fills seh "l hj- C s, ' , s Donald SlcIutro "i Vw York ,t spendliiH his vacation ' !i ibnty 1 t'e o sell. I. C. Hay went to P'll'i'n T-ies.'ay t" at tend the r,in-Atnei1i i Warren J. Hott is bu.l the iinrth end of hi- r Etnbree White went to to attend the Troy e'onf. S!i-s Lena Wlnic.rb'.tt.. Van Vllet am dttendin. high school. S'li lun e -l e O' 'tn. v M ..ii 1 lb" WEST BOLTON Argus Tomllnson has tinlshe 1 Hli'ilicgtoli, where he has b.eu two ..irs and Is at home, Henry has gone to Hangoi. N Y.. t" w Kannj Hlngtiiii ot St Alban to". n several tlnys last w. Jo- plnne Foster of Willtston sister, Sirs. L. J. Glhv last we. k w ork il k SI - Mrs W tor se r- A. Hill, who has been In Uarre ul weeks has returned home. RICHMOND. There was a slight frost here SI nday mm nlng. but no damage w.is don I ier was more corn planted 111 town last spring then ever before In "tie y ut u' lirbs il.i'.drkh has 20 acres. K SI. '. t ner. s, S.iley Th .mpson J.' iter, s, I 1 Fri email S3 acres. .Mr. IJlssel ' es. St L S. Whltcomb 26 acres. T. W. a i l 1' Ton 1 1' 15 acres eneh. A. 'I. St 1 in rs. Jerome C.oqdrlch 2S auT'-s. Sin tli.Hlrich 30 acres. It. E. Jones ... .1 an I Sir. Sipil.is 2' acres. Slum farmers have more than the usiml amo nl.mt.d. and It Is a title "fop ar t r to harvest. Farmers are Idling tlv ir - 1" - Jamfb Uchoo has sold his farm st . k "I farming utensils to Sir and Sirs 1 d mon. I i.itnon; coml let- itlon. Jl" "1 L 11 Tuft has bought d building lot ot ih. H It er maic.lacturlng oiiipnny on tb. J -ie 1 load. Dr. Outer. Sir slid Sirs. J S Haker. llcrt Unkur and A J Hall went t .Mount Slnnslleld b way of Stowe 1 1st Wtdnes. a .Sllss 1 earl Freein.Ul. Itobert J. Towel's. Earl Pieman, Carl Jones and Hubert S Towers have gone to Horn n ntt.nl loddaid Seminary. t"!eor4o Ed wnrils of New York cltv. who hns charge of the Swllt compiinj meat business has been visiting friends in HI. bmotid ai t l tnlty for two wetks. Sir Edward Is a nn tltt of Hlchtnond -Fr. d Whltcomb has comnienctd work on tin cellar of his rvnv ho. iso on TUuk'n atnue Sir. nnd Mrs. Edward Slnrnay hnve movesl to Wat r bury. where he has purchased a farm -A 13 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tutlleld 1 'utter last week. A larijt. deer came Into the yard of Joseph Deri Irk Inst week and afier leisurely looking around went away Into the wootl.e ilitani S' y tnoiir of Wlnooskl. engineer In tin t'on. densed .Milk fo's. fnctor has moved 1 ti the 100ms vacated by .Mr. Slorw .v SI s M.irv Sirong King went last w. k l" Miniir. .il 1.1 i l 1. c her two ihiUlren lu N.'tre Dun oin.nt for education, Shu-i 101M Suders, Mirk Rerrv, F-s' -n Ix n. nid Mabel Hihh will attend Mi. 11 tr Ipc'lui hU'h silii ul tb. prtstni t 'til t'oiiumu-ci un sUuh pake her. Dr. Fnderlek Hiteliln and vwfi New York city mid Mr. and Mr- Clm Stafford of W.'illingfurd, have he id Kin sts of Mr. nnd Mrs. XV. 1. Htndb finally for several days. Mls fraud 1 orlineton and Mlis Hutchinson o1 I' rl nry hnVf been the guests of Mi s Lno fur u few days nL Thompson . I in 1. iv