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riTK Hi . ,,,UiO FJREE TRESS I TXILTRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1901.
You get a very faint idea of fhe beauty, the appetizing look, of a Ok,"n land Baking Powder biscuit from th" above illustration. But it is the ben that can be done in a newspaper. Hot biscuits made with Cleveland's Baking Powder are most appetizing in appearance, fragrant in odor, delicious to the taste. Li&ht, sweet, wholesome. An ideal breakfast food. No other bis cuits are quite so nice, none so easily made, none so healthful CLBVKI.JtNC SAKING POWDER CO. NEW YORK HEGIMENTAL REUNION. lurvivlnt? Members of the 11th Vt. Vols. Meet For the Eighth Time. The eighth reunion of thr 11th regiment tf Vermont volunteers was held In this rlty Tliursd!i und was the oeeaosion of inanv pleat-ant renewals of old time friendships. The last nicitiiii; of this si i.ctv was held In this city four vent's ai;o. Kmre that time ninny of lt in. inbcrs haw passed away, the death list inoludlni,- '"' James M. Warner of Middleluiry. Ceil. Al il.ici K Walkir of Hnlland and Col. Lh.is. 11 msdi n of Shoreliam. All of the In. hi dIIicits of the ii'slnient .11 e also dead. rhursday's inietltiK was In Id in the rooms of Stnnniiid Post, (.J. A. II. Ther were present .'.3 memliers of the regiment from this Statu and others, some comim; from the middle and far Wi M. The mei 1 ins was one of meat enthn dam. Tin president, It. K. Ilathorn of Ludlow, call ed the mcellni; to order at 1:..0 p. m. The report of the last meetini; was read h Secretary A. P. I'leur.x of Pwanton and was nrerpteil. A committee of three was next elected to nominate ollleeis. The committee chosen consisted of ('apt. ,t. II. Maeomlier of San Ktanolsoo, Col. 12. ' (Jrlswold of St. Johnsluir and I'. I). Pike of Stowe. All of the olllo.-rs tin nomi nated wele chosen and are as lollows: President Chandler Watts ol Stow. First lee-president Major K. l. Camp bell of Washington, 1 1. C. Second vice-piesident II. 11. Williams of lmrset. Si cretary A. S. I'leury of Pwanton, , Treasnri r .1. M. Pafford of linrliniuoii. Surgeon Dr. L. K. Still s of .New lint-! ln. Conn. Kxi'i nth e committe e I.ient. S. I.. Png Ritt of Hcllows Falls, S. I., l'nll.r of plciwo, I.leut. C. II Hrnsh of I'lilt-fax. Charles Tolilas of Crntul Isle and II. A. Jioial of .Mlddlehury. It was otrd to have the matter of the .i it inieting of the society with tin e x c titiv e 1 ommltlee. The routine business now beliii; trans it, tid the remainder of Hie afteinoun was ej vote el to reminiscent spei dies l.y vurl 1 s nn .ides' present. Ainnni! the nurn b r were Capt. .1. K. Kldrldg. ot llaiielo'pli. I apt .1 II Maeomlier of San Francisco, It I. F. Stiles of Xew Hrltaln. iVem.. Mili.r K. If. Campbell, cbief of the Kast-n-n Division of the pension depai iment at V 'i ilnvton. D. C. L. I' ililswold of SI. J( linsljnrv and It. v. A. O. Spoor of Wi nooskl. The liattle Hymn ol the Iti puli II. n.is sinus bv nil prevent and 0111 ol the n st -n invalid features of the millici Ins was .. nutation eiiiitbd "A ITImui f r l.v Miss I-the-r C. Maeomlier of S n Irani Isco, Cal, Ml Macomber show id d. 11.I11I dramatic abiliij and was tin d il ."pplauded. She Is the diiughtir of (apt .Ma. oinber, who ptevionsly made la 11 f remarks. Th s gaiheiliiR of the remaining mem I.irs ..f the nib regiment Is to lie consld i i 11 .1 gieil success 1 1 inn every point of w ..id it Is tin hone f the survhltig rimia.ie" tli.it they may meet herealtir tit h a-t on. en j 1 .11. NEW BOAT FOR LAKE GEORGE. I Will be n Counterpart of the Chatouu- eny, 203 Keet Lontf. A new si,.n,.,.. . ..innanion .nil... Clvit. e.i'iriav. lias lieen 011I.111I l,, wiu-LOcd the Tb ..I'll roga, which was lei.ntlj binned on I.aki G urge . (apt Gi.ago Uusiiiow, iuan..s. r of tin- ( liamplain Traiisportatli.u emip.iuv. returned Sanuday night fiom N-'W oik, where lie w.nt i.. lousult wllh It An.uil 1 hi,. Aner ib llbe ratlug li 1.1 tne matter il was dei nled to order tie in w boat without walling for the re t 111 of Piesldeiit H. G, Vou'u, who is ill i;urojii. n.leiri' his return c.ipt. Hushlow jiiuiil a (onlract with the W. and A. Mil. her company of iioboken, N. J., lor a raw sic. iiner, lo be completed ny July 1 wr. Tin new boat will be, with a Tew miner ebaiino-., an exact coiiutei p.u I of the Clllileaiigay. She will be Ml leel loin; over all, .17 teet wide oor all, 10 feet six inches mo. ibl. d depth Her 11 -lues will be of tlie J. t . .nub using be 1 in v. 11b ty, with a cylinder 11 niches In diameter There will be a Morgan feathering wheel. The Chateaugay Is the best heal owned bv the company and I one of tho liefct plying on Inland water". When tip new Vermont Is lonipletiil th 111) - on l.ukt- Cliamplaln and Lake George win be pieparcd Willi as line a lb et ah cull be I'ub.iil, BOUND OVER FOR PERJURY. 1 Nelllo Sanderson, Who Honently Told Oonflictlnff Stories, Pleods Guilty. Nelllo Sanderson, who was betoie Judgo Hawkins a. week 111:0, an I told c oniliotlng Hoiies In sworn tosilmom, was bronglitup MKHlri r'sMnda.y, eliarged with pi-rjmy. At the rtrst trial she - wore that she was not (liunl: and hud not had anything to diluk Later she skIi! rilu- bought wli'skiy al a dru store In the city. Tlie two oath's wero dlan-.otrlrally opposed an.l tin, action for nerlurv Hna pleaded trinity to tin Information hied gainst her bv I hp Slates attorncv und whs fcnutid ovr 10 county court In the (sum il The case ag ilnst John Hrcnrd for bre.n h of the peace. Is se t for healing at '. icluia this rnoriiing PAINT YOUR BUGGY FOR 75C. with Devoe's (lr s Caitiaf,e Puint It vci.-ns u lo s ozs mon to Hie pint II11111 cdheiif we us hner nil l'cs 1 "' '3 fipiul lo rusv wuia, Sold by lieu, 1. Ilagar Kbtal. Take every precaution to nvoo alum baking powders, a-. .iH'1. in food is deleterious,. Tliey ma) be known by their lower price. A LOVERS' QUARREL John I'ecord and Rosin Humlln Brought Into Court . A lovers' qiinrr-l breii(.lit John l'eeotil and Hosle Ilamlin into city Court Mon ibiv niornlin? A complaint ng.iinsl lb former for bre.n h "I the peace was Instl- 'atcd by the latfr The affair of tho 1 yeiniR people s. . m. il to be somewhat mix ed, aceonllni: to the testimony. an-t there is a ilvll mil aiming Hie ouiik lady brotuht by til- 1,011111; m .11 I liosle works ..r let- father. Louis Ham lin at tlie pro. . ! n or. or the corner of Odar and l.al. untain slrn'ts. I'tld-y afternoon Job 1 .nine Into the store and 'Mn'ati to play v.lth bis Hani e. lHirloR the play the gltl si. 1 ve was torn, sou was hurt and b. 1,111 to ciy. A counii, Fled l'rile, was pre rnt and accordim; 10 Itosle's lestltiiom tl.e 1 ausc of the trouble was John's j. .ilonse of Fred. John 'claimed that he did not Intend to hurt Itosle aril was not lialo.is of I'm!. Anv v.iiy. the affair cau-il the layers to pin 'and they hive not made up. John lies In 1 n 1 nuimod to Itosle for live months and luiliiK th.it time las taken euro of her sick father and Riven Itosle about .'( and sural presents. A 1 1 " r the playlul scrm Ho.-le said she v. 011M not irarry John and he asked for his money end presents Ph", he clMtrs, latixh. d at him so he has brought a civil mil to r.envir them. The court thinmht that tbr play eonstituleil an assault and Mm d Jehu .". anil I'inH of Jll.L'J. The en-' - was appcalul and bail of f.V wa furnished. THE PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS. Over 1000 Pupils RrKistored In tho Va rious Buildings. The Cathedral school opened Monday moining. this bilng the lirst assembly in thi 11 w building on Si. Paul stivl. There wir. about li'i pupils 1 . glsteied In th" du ll 11 lit depai tun nts, their Instructors be ing eleven of tin Sisters ol Mer; y. Monday also marked the opening of th solum) jour at the Nazaieth school on Alhn street. A bunt ,"iO0 pupils were reg istered in the various grades under the lie t rnetl .11 in 17 I, dies of the S icn d lb. .it. In the 1 oininercial course then., aie ri gisiereil twehc pup.is, their stuJe s lonsisting if hook-keeping, stenogr iph; , I nslin 1 on 1 spomh in . , type-w 1 itiinr, spelling am: c les A slmlllar cnursi W iiii.lnlaintil at tin Cathedral school with nl out the same minder of pupils. St. I..-. ih's school on North l'ronpe't sin el, which likewise opomd Monday, ci nimenceil the ear with about '.Wi pupils under seven of the Ladles of the Sacred Hi. ill. The nlti n. lance at all of this." schools Is unusually vood and a prolU.ible tar Is assured. DR. CARNEY FINED. Was Almost Mobbod For His Murder ous Sentiment, Dr. J. II. Ciuney, who was arrested l'rl dav night for ln'..l. atton and who came mar being tuobb. d for s.oing that he would have shot President McKinhj h. d he nn 11 at liutlalo, was In Citj Coint .Monday morning. It took him several days to so' 1 1 of enough to be brougat ""oie Judge iiawiilus 1,111 wh. 11 li. It was Willi submission. He pleaded gulliy to tin cbai.;,- and also to In lug ilri.nk it two pi e lens time-, one of which Was III Itfil. He tin. ught that the one so long ac 1 ought not to count bin the ceuirt ihouMit ihff. 1 1 nl l . Cainey was lined JJa an I co-ts nl .i.i;!i, with an alternate si'titeuee of .1 i' s In the I lemse ol Col t e c Hon II' disclosed on John O'Mara, who he claimed consented to get pint of whl-k.y lor sb kness. O'.Maru pi. ailed not gudiy but was funnel tiiilltv and was lined Sii and costs nf $21.11, wllh an allernate seu-l-aee ol Jjt days, lb appealed ami su e nr. d ball in tlie sum of Clu b tie Jackson was In court for lueio b of peace. The hem lug was contl1111.il for one we ek. Joseph Wilson, who has be-en In Jail fo soine time for a disc leisure, was llm d Si and cm.-: of $"1.12 lot intoxication, PI3ATII OK MPS. OAPSII'S PWH. Mrs, Cnsslus Peck died at her home at the Stat,- i-;xp" 1 Urn nt lanu I rbla at te rtiooii about 1 o'clock, SI10 was tak. 11 lck about true Ilrst of July wllh uor o s proUration but of lute has se incd tn bo improving until Tueseluy night, when ,1 I liear I tumble hecime. manifest. Thin- was la pervb e e,f prnv.-r at the' house Sutuiday 'morning in o'clock and the remains .were taken to llrooklb'lil 011 (he H:2o truin for Interment Sundiu'. I.una Sprague. was born In Itrooktl Id, the daughter 01 Asa and Mar.v K.lth Sprrirfui., In Dee ember, isr,, and was tie f"'" " i'irs of age. She taught -ehoeil 'rum the age ol 1(1 mil!! she wuh mnriiid, V'1,M ""' ' Jfepllnn of a term at tho Han. """111" Ne rmal hool, from whleh she g,n . '"'"' was married anil live tl In Urooliheld until her ivmowil lo this city In l''"hrnary. iv:i,'. So.oii of hei 11 chllelr. 11 "re now IK Ing. 'limy are Mrs. Dr. C. A. Shaw nf ori litbld, Mis. A M. I it of ' uomasnen, . opn , 1 uhhius 11., .parens 11., .MU'licl s. Arthur K. and Hessle, of this '"v' survived, also, She Is survived, also, by her hus band ami lime sisters, Mrs, Jessie (. Wheatley of lirookllebl, and .Mrs. Giorge O. Slanle.v ami Mrs Joel Whiting, both of North bunlolih Mis. P's k I,,, mil Mine, In niblllloii In her home ilulles tip- nte-ran work, b-lng a poet ,.( 111,1,1, iMil y Him was also an actl ( worke '' in various orgaiiia'loii'i bcln iiomln(ii 1 iiipeeted pt diirer 1 t time wllh ll ,r n e Woman h Aiii I 11 I ' n 1 n" c 11 1 lion o " ' P 1' 1 - C T. L end lib 'Ulflirr ot the Juietern tjtnr. UNIVERSITY GYMNASIUM. Structure Will be Completed Be fore College Opens. Building Will Also bo Usod as nn Ar mory and Drill Hall and For Social Hops and Rocoptlons Interior Arrancomonts. Tho University of Vrmont has been singularly fortunate during the past fw Jiars In having had so many valuable buildings erected. There. Is at present un der construction and which will bo com pleted the '..'ilh of this mouth the opening clay of the new colli;e ear, ujiothtr handsome structure devoted to the ath letic life of the Institution. The need of a llisl-class gymnasium has la . n felt for years and now that the building Is a fact the faculty and students 1 to elated The subject was stalted at 1 ottitnencc mei.t a tnr ago last June anil lion John II, Oon M rs'c, who has dine so much lor tie; V111 MTslty, gnc ",i"Jo, prtnldrd a ceitaln iimottnt more could be raWcd. The amount le(liltrd was secured ai'd a $'.". OJH h'.illrl Ing Is the resti'l. Like every otb r build ing used for collegi purposes, the ptesent slrui title Is n iiiodil one. It Is belli In the most substantial manner, its architec ture Is pleasing and Its appolutun nts will be the hist. Not only will It serve as a gyiiina.'lum but It will elo be used as an 1 unary and utlll hill for the fnlvetspy battalion 1 hd lor social hops and ivi ep tlons. The structure Is loi del ju.-t .-oulh of the main I'nivetslly building, a little In the real, ntnl ccmninnds a line view of the (VIP ge gteeti. The work of con strue lion ha- beiii di ne by the Cliamplaln Jlani factutlnv Co.. under the supervision of It. C. Cot tain and Plof. J. W Voliy has Inspected the weak from time to time for the I'nlverslty. The architects wen .wi ilnws, .latkiies A: Itanpo.il of Hoton. 'i rk was bi gun en the building on May C.'.lh last and 1; huge foice of men has bun hi pt l.usy slnie that time. SHh f attention has lieu paid to evi ry detail and tin plans have hi en inrrlid out without a hllch. The bullilng faces the west, lis bnuth Is lio fei t and Us width 01 feet. Its walls are solid brick and Us gables are pn illly decorated. The roof Is of shite. I 'I he entrance to the building Is throiuh In high arch. The Intcilot ol the structure ' Is linlshnl If the b"st (itiallly ot kiln-dried I 11 ml pine, sandpapered w.tli the grain nml artistically llt.lslie.l by painters In nat ural colors. All the partitions, walls and cilllngs are finished In mulch, d and be id. ed hard pin' sheathing, cm ept the walls 01' the plunge and shower baths, which ate covered with wire latl lugs end plas tilid with two coits ol . fluent hit per il ctly smooth, livery Ilooi In Hi. bull I in', I'' of hard phi" Tie "tincture has been wind for el-etrle lights and tiny an. so placid is to gli the l- st p. ssil le Ilium IhMlon In the d'fi'i r. nt di parttnents. 'l'n wink was done bj .1. li. 1 ohiiiil. The belt ing apparatus Is lor st.-am and radiators an Usui with the evcptlnn of the hall an I bowling alh. where colls are placed. The boiler Is situated In llle b isctnelU and Is a pioduct ot tin I lai 1 ishurg Holler .Mauufac turng Co. It is described as a Star Walrrtube low pressure steam In iter of .V. horse power it is br-hi,. Install, d bv th" C. S. 'lodged ''ompany. The main room in the building, or gym nasium proper. Is -: feet long and m fei t wide There Is nothing between tile floor and root except eight large Irinses evlend Ing the width of the building, laid by long lion truss supporters. It Is ,11 feet fr. m the Moor to the ilrst timber aim Is ft et Horn that point lo the roof. A gallery Is coii strui ted allium! the room and It wi'.l be used as a running track. The Hour will b . paddul for the purpose The gillc-y is protected by a suitable railing ol pine. Th entire distance arnunel the Hack Is :v.'i feet. Tin place Is lighted by II win low . Tl.e room was elesigneil primiiily lor gjmna slum purposes but Hie Inttution was lake-i into consideration and an excellent drill hall has hem made. The Hour is also suitable for college hops and 1 pt 011s. The pine finish makes the pla-e attractive., the room is large enough tor every pui pose desired and Is designed to plae eeve y a.hant.ige hi lore the students in the line of athletics. The north side of tho building Is devoted to an armory ami bowling alley. The f. r nier Is -I; re, t long and IS feet' wide. Ti n guns and 1 iiulpments of th me n will be kept here. The bowling alley Is In ill 1 northwest corner It l.s ;2 by is fret in sle and Is lighted by slv lai'ge window-. Just smith of the entrance to the all y is a large stairway tn the miming gulp 1'y. As one. enters the building the c, at and wash rooms are to the right. In the soillh-we-st corner Is luted the room of the in structor, while just north is the soie ln lendeiit's loom. Kasl of the -e are l e toilet rooms, whiih arc livlnl wltn a I modern sanitary arrangements. Then coir.o four shower baths in a room 2 by is f . t. These baths ne .ieently airange.l mid make one of the llin si .'ppolntn.i nts of tl o gymnasium, ran of th. se Is the plunge bath li by Is feet in slz-. The tank is ilv fiet deep at one end and ten feet deep t the other, owing to the link of funds til tank will tint be comple-ied at once but as soon as possible, it will be put In worXi.g ordi . It Is one of the most csed adlunc s to a gymnasium. f)n the south side of th strut Hire a locker room fitted wdh 'i l uge lockers has also be 11 arranged. Thev are In double tows and hao gaHanl ed Iron wire screen (loots. In th.' basement Is a shooting -jallcrv i:H f(et long by 1! feet wide, with a eon- en t their mi'iit every lloo". I Ic rc Hi battalion will ho!. I The larger has... 1 eeme lit Hour and he ulng mid . U an e Installed. Tho by John Cofle y, tho rne I'm', the brown- target prin tb e. will also b,,v, . convenb n- e lor Ing Ibe buildlne will 11. use n wi'rk w as done slating hi A. C Hall. Mull Th work by Norcitiss Pros, enllie I milling will be fitted with 1 m'i,v ii 1 ii.uirn 1111, 1 is nr. ;!,! in the var ious OOpl lime. I. is. It Will le II,.. policy nf ll'ore III charge lo iceiirc tiic most Im proved apparatus In ornr to mak- tb, gymiiasiuiii as nn.fiil as po.ss,, , More aflcntlnn will be paid lo tin. cymna-lum I roper than le the -Id.- io..m's. Many liiels of apparatus will be pur hasul mil It I" expected Hull whin completed the "gym" will rank w.tli thiwe In mar.v nf the larger roller.! . ami universities. Plum cery standpoint the I itibllng m upe of whlili the- facully, the undents and the 'i'i s of Hui'lngton may well he pioud. TUP, AMIOIIICAN (Hit I.. "The Ametican Girl" w is the attraction al tb" opera house Saturday afternoon and e" nlm.; ami fair-sized audi, ncci were In alti'tidanee. The. play lias been ghen hen. iwue ueiore ami llm eie-ver slory Is well known. George K. Pull ar lt,,s's llopn, .as ramlllar and carile.l oil' Hie di.shli g Ameriean hnslb r III a !ughl cresiltaliie manner. Ills Hongs, and eharacter sl.eich es wire, lepi-aleilly emotiel, Mlm rranM St. John was again a favorite' and her dancing specialties were well 1" u. cute el. There were also two cloviM' child actiesses, who made a '( (Ided lilt. Miss Dorothy l.uMar, Hi American Girl, was at times effective, but in the closing act slutubl -d o-e , her li 1 s and was decldedlv weak. The icmniuler of the ens! was good, HOW TO SAV "CZOI.GOS..' Persons who may have dlllleulty In pro noiinilng the name of the man who shot Pli-sldent McKlnley and there are doubt. less many of them may be Interestrd tn Know that "cz and "sz in Polish ate pronouni ed like "s." Willi. howe.r, more of n hissing sound than Americans. Usiinlb give that letter; that tl g" 13 soft like the French "g," pronounced some lldng like "zli," and that "o" Is long, like the "o" In "inline'" Czolgosis llieie lore, Is pronounced "Sob -sslnise." FIRE PROOF ROOFING, P rolil Pooling Is llrcprool and It 1 in't rest eat Ilia lion 10, iir Ni mi- S, id 1 ir '.iniplc-. 1. to, 1. UiiBiir Ksl , Uuiilne I Ion. Leg and Body Wash. 1 !fi ee inreq of ten become, soro a.id irtfriitiicotitliinc I strain out UiH ntltTnoM n. norcntsi llkoex w compoimdc a of rtihitod Turtle's Elixir M.V to tl"1 'nr put rtn Uaht bandieM Spnnolho hod(irnUut on Ilffht tlftnltrt. OunrnntMMf to protluroilflrcd results or m one KilTl.lt IfCUInff Vttu, .Ust Murfh 3fl. tr. P. A. TiitiV, V. .m. ' IsrSfn I htx null ynnr ElUlr for t'ta pwt tfi yciri, In the dllats J fpftn for 1 mitflMj wh; I romldr II Its hrit wn for krlnj( hot from -rlnr tin. Horon ilnn tip with lilt Are in nth ton ltabl t-tVB roldthan when ilota on with itllrh birel tit ny cthfr wnh I mr J, H, NAY. Our IOO.ppo book, "Veterinary rxporlcnre," FltFF. Dr. S. A. TUTTLfi, il Dererlr S.i Boston, Mm. llcwtrA r( neftnF1 KM tin no its Rrnalntint Tol tifn, AToMftllbtlsteritlieyojTeronly temporary relief if ny, JOHN BARRETT'S STATEMENT, Tribute That Ho Honrd Vlco-Prosldont Hooaovelt Pay to Prosldont McKinloy, John llarrett, former minister lo Khun, was with the Vlee-J'i esldent In the house of cx-I.Ieut.-C.ov. Klsk when the former received the news of the attack on Pivsl. dent McKlnley, and returned with him to 1 lltirliugtiin. When asked on his arrival In New i'ork how the Vlci'-I'iesldtnt re ceived th" news Mr. liarri'tl said. 1 shall never forget the demeanor of the '..(-rrisl(lent under the Inllueiiei of this great shock. If the Pi esldent should Idle, as we all hope lie will not, this irnl elent at Isle l.a Motto would oe Itulei d his. torlcal. When the Vlee-I'reslilent llulshed his public address, characterized with much good humor and Informality, ho walked from the lent where tile gathiilng was held to the hoiMo ol ex I.leut. -lint . I'is!; to rest before shaking hands Willi the largo e'teiwd otilshle. He was about changing his clothes when called lo tho telephone. As soon as he riallz.eil tho meaning of the terrible news, a dn.eo ex pression followed bj a look of unmistak able anguish came to this strong line and teari Immeill.itely lllled his eves. lie was plainly laboring under deep e'liiotion and asked Senator Proctor, likewise kce nlv af fected, to make the sad announcement to the waltlll'; crowd outside'. "The Vice-I'resld nit paced nervonIv but not exclt 'dly, up and down the room, passed a few appropriate remarks in t on vorsatlon with us, dictated a telegram to Huft'alo and eiubdly waited for more news. Then shortly the second bulle tin followed s iylinc that the Piesldent's wenmds wero not ncc'isarlly fatal and Hint hi' mbihl re cover, the Vice-President I'Vlaimnl with slncerest fe'ellng: "Tlml's good It Is good. May It lie every bit true,' and Imine ellately ho brushed aside those about "aim, hastened nut on lb.- veranda and made the n assuring announ- ement himself. As tho larger part of the crowd had already, al ter hearing the Ilrst report, embark. el on the steamer Chati'iiugay tn return to lltir llngton, he adib'd with special empluiMx: Tell everybody aboard the boat, so that they will all feel better. "When the Vlce-l'resldentlal party were en route back to Hurlln.;lon we were all much Impressed with tho Vice-President's calmness, sincere sorrow and unselllshnes-., .Although fine tci l ice with the slgnlll. ant possibility that he might receive word of the President's d. nth when the I oal reicn. i'il l.urllngtou he betrayeel no excitement, but seemed entirely wrapped in tho one hope tliat the President would rei over. Somebody In all klndne-s but thoughtless ly said to him: "Mr. Vice-President, you must lie anxious lest mi arilvnl you sl a I hear that the death of Mr. McKlnley has made you Pi esldent. "Instantly hi' raised his hand In charac teristic gesture and, with a pained lnuli, said- 'Do not speak of that contingoncy. our one thought and prayer Is now for the President, and that ho may be spared." "Conversing with the little group about him. he remarked of Preshlent McKlnlo : 'He is a such a loveable and gentlo as well as great man that I ennnot understand how any man could do this, nf all men that I hao known In public life, he was the last to e'xcltc animosity 1 am not 01 ly sorry for the President liims "If, but for the American people that such a crime slu-mid be committed In this free, demoriatlo country.' "If the prayers of the country for t!e President's ,e. overy shall lie unavailing, those of us who were at the Vbi-Pre's-ildent's side dining the Ilrst tr,.lng hours that followed the announee-metit that th President hail be en shot, can testify to a degree of mingled e inupoMur", grief and unselllsh consideration In thU tragic sltna. Hon that the p. ople expect of a great man under such stress of thought and circum stances." THAT BEAUTIFUL GLOSS comes from the varnish In Devoe 's Varnish I'loor Paint: costs 5 cents more a ciu.irt though. Sold by Geo. I. Ilagar Kstatc. HACKS AT lllNKSIil'It'HI SATURDAY. The lliuisburgh Pil-ng Park held Its Fi'ooiul tneellng Saturday. The races w 1 re atte neled by about lino people.. The town band was In attendance under the leader ship of George Giilnan of Hrlstol. The judges. Thomas Pouahue and Re b. bert Hay and C. It. Wright at starter, gave the following summary of the races: I'A KM HHS' HA CH. (W. i:. Iloslord Char. George S. lotte) 1 1 I w lilppoorwlll (W.Spear. ( harlotte)..2 Jin k. (I,. I,. Pwyer, North 1'errls buigh) 3 GltHKN HACU. Ghost (Wyman Williams, Rur- IlllgiOII) j j Noith, (Hoy Andrews, Shelburne).2 2 .1 Olxle (C. Cooke, berrisburgh) 3 3 Kittle (II, C Itus-ell, Ilines- I dr bur jh) ... M CLASS. 11. Harbor, Jimmle I., (O, I llliesbuigh) 1 3 2 1 " 1 Marlon K. (.!. A. K. lley, Hur- llngtoui 2 2 12 1" l.'idy Claremont, (Chas. Gage. HtirlitiKloni s 1 -i 3 iiir l.ittle Die k. (C. McGarghan, Hlchinoi.d) 1 j j ,r Marion K., owned by ,1. A. Kelh y of Hiirllngton, eliivep by Cote, made y v p. eleiiullj good showing. Satiuday she had been out or the pasture but four dins but was cho-en the favorite in her inco As i-ho was aboul to linlsb bead ,,s,. the lil'th heat she eau.ht one of her forward feet In the bunt eif the oth, r and fell. assetIavhrunk. Appraisers Kind Only $'11,000, Wlillo Bankrupt Clnlniocl to Havo $0-1,000. The report ol Knil .lohonnott. J. );. Li. veil and I.'. Seld. n, appialsers of tin bank rupt estate of (J. S, Podds. wus lib d yes terday with Hefcre-e George. V. Deberville The report shows real estate- tp the value of ni.lao and personal properly of $'i2T(i 10 or a total of ll.'iTh.lo. The bankrupicy petition was filed July 21 and the liabilities were $V..r,ul.rd with as-se-ls of V.H.Tli'UVl. Of Hie IhlbllltieH $U,e,..;; wre rcpres..nted k secured and fi:i.:.72.i:i nus.'euri d. The cn dllois of Mr. Dodds n- 11 lianas m mis city ,,ni other Paris the' Stale. , a e lcrg m. in 1 x-governor. 11 and others. an ex-tuny- ? mac Start at once for your drug store for some cough medi cine. If you meet your doc tor on the way, tell him you are going after a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. If he has anything better to offer you, get it. We want to help you, and so docs your doctor. " I coughed terribly after having la fsrippc. If it had not hci'n for Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I don't think I could possibly have pulled through." r. H. Davis, Providence, R. I. 25c, 50c, SI.03, J, C, AYUt CO., Lowell, Man. E1A CQLDMAN Taken Into Custody by the lice in Chicago Tuesday. Po- DENIES ALL COMPLICITY Knows Nothing- of Ozolirosz Except Sho Mot Htm July 12-Pollco Takinu a Census of All Anarchists In Now York-Tho Popo to Tako Ac tion Against Anarchists, Chicago, Sept. 10. Kinm.i nolduian, whose speeches are' alleged to have. Ilred the- brain of I.eon Czolgosz, the would-be assassin of the President was ariestcd here at noon to-day. Her manner was de limit as she was led Into the olll I' I'lili f or Police' O'Neill, but she disclaimed all knowledge of Czolgosz and his crime uel mlltliig only that she met him heiv on July 12. ! you know your woiks are what tho iiiisassln claims stlrreel him lo shoot tho 1 resident .' ' she was askxl. "I do not. I never nd ated violence, and scarcely knew this man, I was leaving for Rochester, via liulfalo, when t'zolgosz bad a few words wlllr me. lie said ho lieald me lecture In Cleveland nst May and wanted to kneiw me. lie said he knew 1 was In Chicago and looked me up. I scarcely lemiinber anything about him save that his cotnph xlon was light." "Then how do you know this man Is tho I one who tried to kill the President ?" "Oh, wllh a shin,- of her shoulders, "I ginssed that fiom the newspapers." "What did you think when you heard an nl tempt to kill the President had bten maili ?" The woman was asknl. Willi a wave of her hands and another shrug of the shoulders she answered dis dainfully: "1 thought, oil. the- tool." Tlie prisoner's manner had been growing more and more excite d although she niaele nn evident effort to control Inrselt. In lids she Dually succeeded and launched In to a discourse of the teachings of anarchy. She declared that anarchy did not teaih men lo do I he act which had made Cr.nl goiz despised mid hated the world over. "We work ngalnl a system, and education is our watchword." Said she "1 am an anarchist and a student of socialism but nothing in anything I over said to I.eon Czolgosz knowingly would have led him to do the act which startled evi "ybody last lilday. .she dlselaln ed ill but the slightest ae Ctialiitnncc with th" President's assailant, she denied absolutely that she, or any erarchlsts she knew, were Implicated In any plot to kill tl.e Piesh'.cnt. She said she bellovi d Czolgi sz 111 ten entirely on his own responsibility and tl it he never 1 I. limed to have been Inspire.) by her. as he Is quod d as affirming The President, she averred, with a yawn, was all Insignificant being to her a mero hi, man atom whose life or death wer.; matters of supreme IndliTere nee. te her or 10 any anarchist. Czolgos's act was fool, bh, yet she ilcclor.i 1 it probably had Its Inspiration in tlie misery which tlie P,l had seen about him. Vlolenre, she said, was not a tetn t In the fa'th of the anaren .st. and she had net aihoeated It In Clee land, where. Czolgosz has said he heard I., r, nor clc-whi re 1 HAS MIJi-IN MI'CH A MI'S HP. I Mluc l!l,lr.,ti ..t-ri,-.,rl l... Ul.L.U n.crnlng from St. Louis Her Immunity' fiom arrest while In the Missouri metrop - lis and up to to-day lit Chicago afmrded I or much amusement. She told, in sen times punctuated wllh laughter, of ner . apttire to-day. In her conversatlnr with rcpoitcrs and she talked with them at length twice during the day the oselto mfiU sh" was laboring under was suo prcssed, and only once did she nreak down . 01-ipletely. That was when Captain Si'h.iettler led Ilea- Irom the olbce of e'hlef of Pollen .r'Nilll to the cab which was waiting to ci nvej her to the wotra ii's an iix at the Hairlson meet police station I'm- a moment she became a woman, pure ..ad simple, nnd cried. In a moment, how " nr. this exhibition of distr, s.s ens nve.i- .nel when s),,. pat her foot on the step to mount inlo the carriage sue was a-ain Krnna Goldman the "high pilestess of anarchy," as ibe has 1 ren styled by her le. Mowers. She said her purpose In coming here' has been to assist the anarchists who were ar 1 est id here s -vein I dcyr ago File haul intended lo ghe hern l up to Hie poll,"., bill delayed It. lor one rea-on or for an e 1 lie r until the police, she had derided so 1 Mich had taken tin matter in their own hands. POUCH MAKING ANA 1! 'I I ISi'.S. Mls (ioblman was iniervlrwed In the worn in's annex at tin police station by an Associated I'i'ms reporter and a steno graphic report taken. Mss noldinan said: "1 feel sure that the police an helping us men.- than I .-ould do la ten your.-,. Thev aie mahing mure anaichlsts than tin- most pi oioooiii .leopp. cnnnectoii with the an an hltn cause conbl make In ten years. It they will onlv I'ontlnue. I shall be very grateful, They will save m,. lots of work. "The police knew positively that I was coming," she coiillniu.el "because 1 wrote ,011 1'rlelay from St l.ouls both lo Mr. Ha I el and to Mr. Nortis th,.t I would come .Hiiiiday ir I got Ihtounh with mv buslne.-s nn .s-'aturda.v and If so I would ti.h.ginph I hem tin' hour of my arrival. 1 also saol that If 1 .11.1 not come on .Sunday, I would surely come on Moiida.i or Tuesday. These letters they must hair-seen." "What do you think of jour at rest?" shn was asked. "It I told you." she replied, "It would look somewhat conciit.il and I certainly -.voiill not like to be guilty of that. Not nly my arr..st. but tin- others, smack of the Ilaymarket. The poll, e are ve ry much lu disrepute all over the' country and they wish to do something to dear themsehes. lirey are' trying to make II an anarchist plot. If tiny wish 10 make up a case they may succee d." 1 Iteferiing to the would be assassin, Miss (loldmau said: ' "I feed that the man Is ope of those un lortunule.s win, 1ms be. 11 drive 11 to despair and misery to commit the deed. I r very deeply wllh him as an Individual, as I would help him ns much as 1 could, 1 would sc.- Hint he had counsel and that justice w is done him." NOT CONCKH.VHD AIIOI'T PHIIKI Dl'.NT Allhoii'th the whole world walled l'rlday aliirnoop for the bulletins from the Pres. I, I, 'lit s bidsidi. Miss (loldmau did not caie enough about the report that lie had be, 11 , ulieit, which she heard newspape r bens shouting lo buy a paper. II was s.itiinl., y noon bef.ii e her Interest wa-. sulhclcnth' 'aroused to buy a news,iap"i' containing I Ibe' slory. She was more Intel i-ste-d In the arii'si of the Chicago anarchists than ,111 the President's condition. When aslii'd whv she did not appear be- fore the police when she learned that she , w is wauled, Miss Ooldinun said: "Par reasons of m own I did not make myself known. I like to fool the pollen whin I can. The very fact that 1 came to (ill, ago shows thai 1 hail no intention ol biding myself. If 1 had wanted to I would have been able In go fiom St. l.ouls right across to Canada, and then they would have, looked tor me a long lime 1 1 .line here c.-p. clalb lo be op the spol when I saw Hie nccessliy of announcing unseir to the police and also to be able lo help Mr. Isaak .mil his family, they be ..... ...1.1 ir . 1. . line auioog 111c . linn c loses eeiiesicii. n lie- police were nine 10 i-oiincci me Willi ibe attack 011 the President I was ready to give mvclf up. "When I arrived In Chlragn, I went tn a hotel ami nglslered nmh r an assumed name. Later I went lo tin- home of Mr. ' P Nut lis, whom I have 1. 11 .wn In a I illness way f,,r about a year s far as I know lo Is not an inar. lilsi. but lii haw on i'1'it'on whs 1 111 IndIM 11..I -hnuld n g vr heller o an ilhir 11 tin" Ian I of tho free, 1 id In did II I'I'P T SI'1! CfiZ AuUd If she tlwiiblil t-cjlgc. za act was praiseworthy from her viewpoint, sli an-1 f-wcri'd! "I am not In u position in sa whether il was good or bad. Jt Is bad ,0, tl o tiiuo who atle ni.(. d t.. do It. I am ti t In his boots and know nothing about n What I don t see Is why they should mal.n more fn s over tho Preside. nt than a ivhue.y the. All men are horn eiual." Miss (ioldtnaii, In reference to 1 zolgo z flllcgrd statement Hint h" was Inspned by ner lectin e In Cleveland, said: "Ah 1 have repeatedly said, It Is fooil h to think that this man would claim II, t lie did that deed alono and unaided, a d at the same time claim that 1 inspire 1 him. If he had accomplice's and .-li I claims that he was acting alone, 00 ye 1 think he would have singled me out the enly friend ho would not protect by as. sunilng entire responsibility?" As to my arrest If tlie police had wait. 1 !' few (leys longer they woi id have s ,vr I then".'elvcs the tiouble ami the glory t was about 10 ghe myself ii had I nnt'hi d 11 sovele headache. When Captain Seburt- " mi 101 10 urn si me lie round 1 dressing ami I had a little t.n wllh him "1 was born In ft, IVIorsburg. It.isii X' years ago: I came lo this country with my slter, who Is now In p.o.-ln si. 1 , hi years ago. I speak Itii-slan. O rtn.i , l''reneh nd Kngllsh. I came from the mid die elns-e In ltusla, but my heart has always been with (he poor and iloun trod den. Th.. Irilustlcp or the llaviaa-k t proseiiitbin made an amifhlst or me I have taught the creed of anarchy evi r rlnee." CIIAItCiF.D WITH CONSI'lttACY. The warrant, sworn to bv Captain Col bran, "inn gig ,lss 'ioldmun with 1011 sphacy to murder the Pixsldint. It ghe- as her eo-eoi-spiratots Abraham Isaaks, .Maurice I minks, Clemin. e Piuu.i', Marie Naaks and Muile Isaaks, Jr All hut SIIm (Suleiman were arrested some dn.vs ngei, 'ni,. wi men wire alloued to go hut the men were held without ball and are now In Jail. H Is the opinion of several lawiers that Miss Goldman cannot be extradited for trial In New Vork, unles she and Czoleos?. are charged with an offense uiiil-r tho federal slatittes. The suggestion that tho vou'il be assassin must be tried under !b State laws of .Ww Vork for assault with intent to kill would, It Is slid, preclude the possibility of Ill's (iohli.ian's b.'lng extradited as an nwory before th" fa t as ner alleged Incendiary st- fimnls wer. 1 not made In Si-w Vork. and she l not ,1 fugllhe from .lustke from that State I It Is said how. ver that she and Czoigo . ' nilr-ht be charged with an offense an. bi section Ve of the federal statute whi-'i ttxf a ten year term of Imptlsnnrrent and a ..i"j uno tor two or more persons who romptrc lo Injure any citizen" In the c cutlve of any right secured to him bv the constitution ami laws of the I'n'i"d tnc--. The enforcement of this statute ugaln-t Mbs C.oldman and Czolgnz v.euld It Is said, permit of the formerV extradition from any State HAS A HKAHINC. TO-DA. C. J. Norrls, nt whose home Miss ed rnan was caplureel. was arretted hit-:', Miss Ci 1dm in was taken from th hlef s ofl'ce to the women's atirex of the Harri son str.-et station where she will spend the nlg'-it She will, nc.-oidlng to pre-nt plans, lu.ve a hearing to-inn, row moi'ian;. Speaking of the stoiv told by I'lnmi Goldman Ma or Harrison said- "1 bi'lleve she Is exactly wlv t slie siys she l a rank anarchist She Is u woman of (le-e-idi-dly great ability anil ( c-i If shf woe 1 iiniie-ted with a deed of that sort. I think she,- Is too smart to be caught .it it." "Of course." lie crntiniird, "In all th? accounts of the' 1 ollce department's In this mutter w have been acting nni.-lv und. r instructions reccHed from Ituffnln. Wo are simply concerned in getting the people that they ar" if ler, and at the same I tin" following up any ch w s whb h nny pi "sent themselves here, r am ti-aniti. ed tint if there was any plot it r.rUniati'il not in Cbliago, but in some point In the east -I'.'trolt. Cleveland. Toleelo or some nf tin se cities. We have no old. m e aga'nst l er e.crpt that she is wanted In- the l'.ui- . falo authorities. .Miss (ioiiimiiii will he taken before a magistrate to-morrow. It Is expected th.. the' city will ask frr a coptlnuanre of tlu case pending advices lrom P.offalo. I shall insist upon an Imniednte hearing, she said, In speaking of the- probability of a 110stponem.nl b'jlng asked for by the rlty prose.Milor. POPK ACTING AGAINST ANA It 'I11STS. I ondon. Sept. In. ' The Pope has been . lmpiesspii the attack upon Pn sir!" t McKlnlej,' says the Hottf . orre-iinnd.'nt I of the Pally Mall, "that Iv Intends to tak" the Initiative In loint act. on by the Cbr s. tlan powers against anan blsm. He Is wr t. impoitant encyclical on the sub.eei, which will be published nej.t month." Wll.l. WATCH AU. ANAHCHISTS. New Vork, Sept. in. Police Comml-sion-er Murphy to-day Issued n general ori!er to all the commanding offlevis In thi' po lice department uirctlng them to take a. census ,,f all anar.-hl-ts living In their dU trbts aiel to lorward the list 10 he;i,,U.ir ters, wlnre the detective? department is to conduit a general surveillance upon th. anarchists of the city. The purpose of till-, the commissioner says. Is to make life so disagreeable leer anareiilsts In N. w Vork city that they will move out of it. GOV. STH'KNIJVS MKSSAC.i:. I.udlow, Sept. S. -dor. W. W sent the following telegrim mor nlng: Si Uney . ' si rday "I.udlow, Vt.. Sept. 7th, 1Mb "Hon C.eorge 11 Cortely. u, S , ., ' Milburn Itesid. n. ., "Hufi'ilo N. Y. "Vermont In leuninoti with the whole lountry is pnifuunelly shoi ke,1 at this wielied attempt on the Presidents lit "Will you kindly convey lo Mrs. M Kin ley our deepest sympathy and assure ihe President of the prayer ami hope of our Stale- for Ills speedy le civ TV. WILLIAM W. STICKNI'V. Governor." ROOSEVELT'S TRIP. Wont Throusrh to Buffalo in tho Grand Islo Accompanied by Supt. Jones oft tho Hutlnud rtoatl. Hnlland, Sept. S. -W S. .loins, superin tendent ol' tip Hnlland railroad artUcel In Ibis city at pi oil,., k Ibis niornlig from liutlalo, where- he went 111 inmpan with Vlce-Preslib nt Koosev, it. lie re ports i that the momentous nip was made wit li mit any unusual incident The train was muile up of th,. engine mid President P V. Clement's pihnte car Grand Isle. Op bna id we re Vice-President Itoo-i ve il, Mr. Jones, Picslib-iil (icme'il, who was left nt his cottage at How and Arrow Point, and Hie regular porters of the e ar. .No attempt was made to coei tlie ills - iniii e in snoit time as snieiy was more n.i- hiralile than Hpeiel. The Vice-1 -re Hlelent was ho elepri'sscil hy the lerrlhle new'H th ,t he. le hIiii! ,iilel an, I was nnillHtnt In il ilnr liu: the tilp. The' trnln nrrlveil at lltitfalu at t :0J p. in. Satniility. Ah soon as Snpi rintcnilent Jones was iissiiicil thai his ilnty hail bee n fully p. rlornuil he lien, m the return lilp to this elt. AUltiVAI. IN lllTKAl.O. llllfflllo, Si.pl. . Vice-IMeJlelent Itii,e. volt ri'fielieil the Milburn foioe iiec s'icrily litter 1 o'.'loi K yeslcr.lti) , afler travcllini; eoiilllinoiisly sine i o'clock l''rlilnj nlitht, vllcn he left lliirlliiKton, Vt lj was cs corlcd from the uti.tlon as far ns the notel Iroiinois liy n siinail ol inoiinteil poii,.., nnd the remainder of the way by a sipiad ol liloclo pellce. He cxpr. ssed Ills el.-.-p ellftrci-s nt the tuiKtily, bin beyond that declined to make liny stiitenuni. lie re. innlned nt the limine about half up lnnir, i nd thin went lo the homo ot Alnsley VI1 (o.s, vhot.e ttnei-t lie will be dtirlin; ills fctny. kino of Till': ni'ir.M iiiNa. "The KIiib nf the Opium lllni;," n plnv streniK In iliiiracter, nnlniie In conception and llirllllni; In inosculation, was kIvi ii Mondny nlitlit at tin' opera house before nn audience ibat till. .1 the aiiillloriiim to III. doors. Tile plot Is founded on the work , of nn opium i lnt; and IiUcdm. int. rem is maintained thioiinlioiil the piece'. TliroiiKh II nil. liowecer there Is a vein of hum r and oppoi'liinilli s are mailt wlnn p, as- i lug spcililllei arc Introduced The chai- oter ol a ( iiiiiam in is alw iys n elllllciilt one le liitiipr I ml It w "i will elom ln-ct i i ni . .ii n,r ic of II i i isl Wll Ham ll'cdiiKh, an Wall biiiH, L liiitcc ? M IS! tt- ri t ivr 0 M H wB1' t THE MA,NE MAN sAYSt lltil W Augusta, Maine, Au. 24, 1900. ! Si fill j t G. W. Co!c Co., New York City. vjS Itrirll ! 'r,t 'cr UJ'nS yur ai 1-'. f1 ? oil for the past year in Colorado and New i&C BICYCLES, H i! Mexlco' wherc I hve been riding wjlh J )gs j GUNS, j Sp t!lc cowboys, it gives me great pleasure ty sewing KACHiNtJ.ii, f to recommend it as the best oil for t'uns VsK 9& yuntil that I have used. Wishing you success, 23 ( 'r,M"i,,,r tl&' 1 "main. Yours very truly, S & i v SSnr. ' T s,Sned) JOHN E. LIGGETT. YouTdThSu T,1E big dottle the little price lg Pn CJ Samples sent for 2c stamp to pay the postage, by 'FllIvIC ' COLE CO., 17a Wnshinrjton Llfo Buildlni;, Now York Cty, i IP; P j 50 CENTg -ALL DRUGGISTS. In Wi In s'LR I I HaU IreJ. I isresponsihie for wnniesomo !P fSfeV"' lf I f l'ifc A V rUUUlO (UIU iuin. EM rwmSmVSSni ,n its makins nn expense If i MW..Pl has been .spared, it is abs- lN3Vrr---e;-' VVkA ' ou cannot appreciate how eh I I ' fTr '.r tbnrnnehb. ennel i llnnrnn M I i'V VV ,s (l 1 W Ask for It L J yzZgmk Mannlacmred lolcly bj Bm ; tmmJ. BLL Bt-L co 5 J THE BLUE STORt. THt BLUE STORE. Itff$l JfAT The Popular Hat $ liLxifiTHE GUYER t " Soft or Stiff t tJkLA $3.00 i(H.CJuniplirey FOR SALE BY Illuliliin.lcr. mk c.i.-llv the. i InnaM-i with fore, lues of tlie' .unite nee 111 t lie l'.,-iO to . i ,,rr it, n the feel witli 1 1 1 it). Helm tie . IJlie. 11 Of tile llari.iM.- (ieirc Opium HIhk wax eoo.l mil in Hie Math- ItllJ i lie Wllel'e' I!e,l'n,' M.o.c was lie -Iioillli'iel wax i .4ie'e'iall PtrollK. V. II. 1 triual of il,.- ..iilor. Two ellniinntlvo fin- ,logl, limH ilU,.n, t,., consiileriilil. iittcntloa. ! i the siiecialttes the worl. ot the Schre il , iirotlu is was the n. hi. I'I... mo-lcal ami ilinilni; spe iialii. - oy other member of the ! ast w i re (iood. ADvnitTiPion i.nTTicr.s. 1.1st of anclnlmed lette-rs remalnlnK in the ltnrllnijiot! peitofi'uo for the week e nelinir Sept. 10, I'M: MUX'S I.' T. 1'. Aronstciii. It- v in r.lacltbnrn, P, T. Hill rill, Joseph Itcnii ,r, K. II. llemls, liolphls :..nlioniiiii . l-'ran.v H. Hurt oil, 1. OieiiiiNlo , t in i ry ('. riui'lt, Walter Pilnn, lli'iirne Paw I sail, Hector J. U.iUle, S. l Kowlct. J. W. I'lirrnr, c'. I., .'olinson, II. II. liiiKWln, Dr W. A. Lyon, Win. I.n. rence, j-idiiey I.nnelcrs til, Itoland 13. I'l'es. ton, ll. W. l'nrke-r, I'atilck li. Itivcrs, (Minnie liiindall, .1 M. Stee ns, (Icorse A. Hmith, II. !' Townsend, e.'. V. Thatcher. Vr. J. II. Wnllte, C. Wliilney, K,iir llnck. WOMAN'S LIST. Mrs P. I' Anirel. -Mrs. M. I. Atwood Miss lltta Andrews, Mm. Hlehard Heiry Mr Llllie Umbo. Miss Minle I turro' lehu, Mrs. II J. Hiildwln. Mrs. H. II. Hiown, Miss Cnrreni e (Mark, Jirs. P. Kiir.I (2), Miss (Irazl.lla l'lhler. Mr, poriiian 11. Ha. ton, Ann (' ('ivlllet Mrs. O. Ionise llalel, M. lime .laymen, Miss pophle l.eclnlr, Mis, I'lili 1'aM-. Mrs Ksther I'nrricr. Anna 1 a. rot. Miss Mamie Hx.'li, Mrs r-ei 1 Sp ill d. leu, Mr- H H P' v ler, Miss I'll e T pel, Mrs Hum I'nde rweod. Mr- 1. T 11' nr 600 POUND SCALE $8.50 , M' i tl'lMl "fiv pol, lee .il'Ute Klnel- pl.llf ,rni ll'X'J, 0, o Pel urm luil 1, IfcmSX IttiU, UUUUUIU X FOR SALE BY 1 h( until nn h'iv trifM W'x 53. H.CHump! 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