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nURLIXGTOX, VT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1901. NUMBER 12. Body eft the Martyred Presi dent Resting: in McKin Jey Residence. ei SHUT FOREVER Discoloration of the Face Has Become Very Marked Vast Throng of Neighbors and Friends Break Into Tears at Their Last Sight of the Dead No Emblem of Mourning at McKinley Cottage Tons of Flowers Being Sent For Decorations Funeral Services Take Place at 1.30 To-day Mrs. McKinley Will Not be Able to Attend Canton Unable to Care For the Great Multitude in its Midst. Can' on, revrr nth I.i. Kmt' .V tvp II J fcjt'tn t 5 . m hi tin Ohio, Sept I5. Tenderly and those who had known 'William hi -t t day received Ills mur niio IV ir arms. Tlicy hud fnr illustrlous career of tho stutes-In.-s of t great personal friend '1(1 lirul pr inn il arc r to them with tuc i sing ('f the years. Thoy hardly noticed th 1 -idem of th. I ii.toc Suites or his e.i I .ne t or the ge not a Is nr admirals in their It i h neb nt uniforms. Tl.c beautiful dr.ip t l nshit which i jnt.nr' 1 the hoily of i r fr. i 1 and f I! .iv townsman had .ill tii.r ti .-this. Iii b.,il lift them two WC k .li-u his VI''. . ij ill the full tide of fir 'iR'h of a g ii 's la inli'iod and the 1 1 run, lit him I i 'Iv i.i id. Anglian w.u in the hi irt of e-.iy man, woman and ci ild. The . ntire population of the 'RHj c ar I tlmus iiul- from all over Uliio. fie t fU'1 SI l ri in re gtli i'f ! Il UK 1 al ir I ,,t i mill I-' .'ii e nt , tl.n i h t of . 11-' 11 I ' i I' I.I' .11 ' e , S .pr. me l "mi i I tin -t H e flu tn I u v. i-. T , ,. i.r .' il W li ii 'n - n tl -I 1 1 lull lu I town v.. i.i Olilv ii, h -ii m i M. .ti all this i i-u in.. Mini " i iii-r or 1 1 e r , w -in i eitt, ge on ulif h so many J, ee.imt i ll 1 vi u if that ..n goii t ut t'n II' w S l.i, 1 .w Hi 'I I ul i, e t i 1 1 l' flllDlM ,! M, I .dill'k t S'N el. f J. he d lie II II ! j ' r m -1 in the il I ii ii w n ill a w i: v aid t le 'i lie i if t in . i i i e ur ''In nm n two Week- ago. I ow of en pi ur i rl ktn wiei.iw v. 1 ii I1 law 11, 1.- ti Tl 1 r. w is i.ut e 111- 11. - r win .. - 1 n 1 1 -I by Abu- . v . t'n hi. -11 It b.t 111 win 1. the 11-. ,i -.- 1 1 nlv 111. In 1 .unit 1 !lu- n 1 1 I. la. k b.v 111" . ,' - ' 1 ul. mil to II i. ' 1,111-, ik cor iliiiu Mc-llie-for long ' nee . lid -S- II !U,'U i. 11 1 n' 11 In 1. I 1 ir 1 1 pe t ' t till or r , I Dr. 1 : . nn 1 OlWl I I 111 I .'. a'.l . it 11 1 .. nf I J't II . - 1' 1 ' d.v 1 proci ---hill vni' had II. tl.. .. .1 1 Ii ri l 'H' ul I Hi art liouse vv h 'i'o '.mi it wo ild not s.illlli ss ul 1 ll.it Li n In arti d peo il through tho "f the bi.il.h ig W ao lipe'lll ll '! li 'l tile SOI'I'.iW'lll ; bind ' 1 ly I'll' I lb 1 d ti nm - ' Hie Uli' l.l'i 11 11 was Ue jiri it I 1 1 - ' 1 : 1 1 . 1- ' lli.ul tl e 1 t ti i , ri v ah ti s 11 li w ho -tti ..ni i 11 1- ii il m tie line 1 it w - 1 1U1 1. lew -it nmbr t the ir fei ,1 le 1 1 t ' -ii si. . v 1 1 tl. '.n I'. 1 1 1 I i. 1 e V I . lie I t 'f lie f.l l' 1 I I' I ' 1 -ill.. . .' Tile SIUI. . ' ll ap.i ..i .1 upon tie yi-sti III, i ,,l ihe st.il. I a- rotunda In the Capilol ball ill 1 pelll'll. The Hps . All bin two of the Hunts " above the' head were- 1 -b r Unit Hit- 1 hange might liable- but i vi-rj 0111 w ll 1 tins to-day run. irked tin os and the ghastly Hps. v.!.-. taken uway thousan-ls ie ami tin- e'eininilltee ill rillllKi-tnelllH W.ll .IPlnali d 1 ' ill- -.! r 1 e 1 b'OW iid ei.it, 1 rem .1 ! 111 1 lit W lliit had be 1111 1 ol the il.' tin- 1 1 1 t p. I 1 1 if r 1 1 VIIWI 1 t1 li II 'I'll I W lu r 1 Win I I ll' 1 1 .1 mrtl "i- opportunity In view tin I 1110 "ow morning beiore tin v 1 l i U e ehuri li but t lu -s h i. to nil ' el nled to them unit th- 1 a -. 1 '. i l- be ope ni'i' a, 1,11. I si rviee - aii I.i lie p.e e tu L I :n p I... at th. Iiit Mi th'i- ' .i 1 I . r 11 e.r w lib h tie 111.tr idi nt wi 1 . ini,muiiicn,it anil 1 be V VIII le 1,1 11 I. bv tin 1 - Ii h nini'i ill 1 I t c 1 li- tr lee P -d -It 1 Wl-ll eif tie f iinilv. Ilev. O. I!. I , I .st.ir lif lb. 1 11 s -,, .sbvllllall i- 1 h 111 which I re -ii nt .mil Mrs. Me- I l 1 wire nun 1 11 11 tli n 1 .ears ago will II i tie opi niii, pta 1 1 Dr. John lb. II of tin irinitv I. .tier. ,11 eliunh will uiiike thu i' I . riptur .I re uilng ami Dr. ',. P. 1 ' r nil "f th. Tn ,lty lle-rorm ehurch tie id. Dr. C, 1:, Mane-he-sie r, p istor efthe 1 e Pre.il.,. i t s eiiui i h will dullv . r the 'lib. .nidi'is ipiurtette. will sing in lif '1 l-le of .Siuncwiiere" and 1111 el r i. Ml. tie- u I render Cardinal Ne w t'i 1 ' 1 1 ni ' le (I, Kindly Light." n J 111 , ' nig proe'e-sslon 1 nlislHling of tr 1 nf I ' 1: . it. posls In Iho Slab-, tl m. 1, .1 (iuiud of Ohm, dc tails of icg ip ir fnni all branches of the servb e, fr t pal e.ial and civic organizations livl leprcKenlatlves of comirn rilal benllns fnm (ill over tho lounlry, Ihe- govi'in on. of several States with their stuffs, th- Ilo'ie and Senate of tho I'nltcd States, 11 id ihe cabinet and tho President will fob 1 w Ihe re malea to West I.awn e'l inete-iv where th v will bo placed Ir a n diving 1 lU malting the- 1 una when tlie-y will 1 1 ul Hi the grave hc-sldc the two d nil 1 imr who we-re hurti'il vears ago. Hiil'l-iil fi ilitles ki en) b, ,ie-iuate to bring tin pi i-l. who ire e .inn, tu-uoi r iw Tin 1 mbe r .iiiil b nit 1 me lloral trhutes vvi I h are ,11 riving 1 ipu-i hi lb f I low 1 r an lltir.'ll ci.inint.. ly the Hi iiu hot liem rs of tne 11 ai.v cm In 1 11 I Ml ill "I I 'I li ni '' , i- ul t antoiij tin. la Hlln of llu Hi a FROM VIEW. are Inadequate to rnro for the thousands who aio here, nun h less tin oth"r thou-"and-i who arr mi the vvuv. Although tho leval committee is dolus; nil In to provide fur order and shelte" tho oltloiuls from 'Washlngmn . to sleep in the ears they tame Its uower many eif :re ohllKe 1 ill atlel to- night liiiiidreds ,ire walking the strei la si-cklng food and places In sleep. Th population ol Ciintnn Ir about 11,'ifiO hut it J expected that oir HAwm p" pie will ho here to-morrow. Fortunately members of the Semite and House will not ,'iirhc umiH Ui-inurrow. President llooscvcil. his naval aide, Cup. tain '"littles, SoorctHr.v I toot, and Asslst n Secretary IIIII ore at the spin Ions res- i'ii m e ol .ilr Ceo. t. ll.irtCI' 'Il Market -I red. A rompaiiy of the Ohio militia guards the house. During the afternoon the Presli'ent l,',', Mr, 'In''., m. -, I;'Vnl'y ',7l,u'nce to a.ft1 V'S; M1cKn'"y-1 was In- fiiimed that she had st md the trip from v ashlngton bravely, but In tho opinion of tho physician It would not he advisable for er to uttempt to attend the servli-e at 1 le church to-morrow. She will therefori 1 main ipiletly 'i'1 n-'iiie 1111 1 r. 1VI- The other e.iiniiei ouiceis nun me L' nerals anil admirals composing -I'aid of honor are also at prlvnte the res- lei nees. Pre-sident Roosevelt an-! the. e-rfieial pir D w'll stmt baek on tin- return Jourr.'-v t" Washington at 7 o'clock to-morrow night. Secretary Corleiyou will return to Wnsh li.gti.n to-morrow night to gather 1111 iho 1 l.te President's personal .'fleets and will '.,1- I ter retain to Canton to aid Mis MeKln. 1 1 10 a y to stialghle-n out his pilvate affairs Tne I're -ident Koo.evelt remained eiulelly nt n il- the Hnrter ri-.slilence throughout the' nf- I ternonn and e vening. e dined privately Tne and although there' were a number of e-all-e,id ers In tho evening he lenialneel In see In n a "ion. tlu ARRIVAL IN CANTON. Vnst Crowd Visibly Affnctod nt tho Sight of tho Dead-Troop of Soldiers, 011 Blnck Horses. Canton. Ohio, Si pt. is The sight was Iiifinindly bnpresslvp as- the funeral I lain drew Into the little slnilon at Can li 11 at noon to-day. All about the stall m and hanked In the surrounding iireets were the niends and neighbors of Uu mir tvred President while drawn up barn of the station were long ne of III i I i t i.i ill. n at "Pre sint arms ' I'lmn ellalelv in tho n or of the siaiiiui at the mouth of TVniii street was Troop A., of Cleveland. 1,11 black horses keeping the entrance of th" line of much clear. Pp this stn.t hol me is at bit nalsof te-n lee-t with eiH'ieulti 11 -tr-'ini-1 the solid wall ol picnic. Can. t.ni had suddenly bee 1. me 1 eily of Jilldi) . mi ine e nure potailal on was In th -ne ts 'The station ilsili was cleared .1 e inpanv of soldiers of the Hlghth Ohio Horn Wooslor keeping thc platform clear, i'loslti, over the' heads ot acres of pco 1 le on the wall of a big manufacliirlng e t il bsiini. nl was an er.urtr.uis shield ibuty feet high with McKlnley's blae-1.-I "I I- re 1 pleturo In Iln- ce nier 1 11c loeal committee', br-i.elc d bv Kn-Scc. i' i-irv- 01 hi -a . William It. Day ami .linlsv, 1.1. Illl. Vile en tile II lltfi. l-lll All ,1,,,,,, v i r. the bli k s.vinbols or u.e iirnlng. The .'PI ro.it h .of the tialn was mill' rnhlnl. No win-Mo was llov.ii, no bell was rung. In el. -obit, silenie it lolled Into the station Hvi n Hi,, blaek-hoodeil loii motive gave no sound. Tin i. was no panting of the pump-, iiu-energy tlml brought II sc. m id to b.,v,. be,., absolutely expended At tin nn , - slvriii f tl,,. tn.lii, Hie people wh i bad 1 1. n waiting then Tor hours w.-ri n illy art'eete tl. Women sold i d and me-ii we it. i.',,r fullv u minute alter It bid Ion stopped no one appe aicil. Judge) Day unel his ! imiultti ! nmv i'd stnwiv dow n the pint fen in In fiom of the lino of soldiers lo the catafalque ear and waited. Slld ucn'y Aimer McKinley, ir deep black, bin iaee tense mil dr.. ,vn, u pe.ired in lie) visllbule of the i ar next In Ihe on-- c.in ejlng Ihe re mains ami ,-, moment laler Dr. Itlxey appeal,., I, ,af carrvlng i frail ind broken firin. It was Mrs. McKinley arrayed Hi Ihe deepest mourning. Ito l.cnlh the hu.vy black veil she held Inr handke i-eiiicf t,, ,i r eves inn he r slight nguie siioc.lt convulsively. I!cntl wns llfi.,1 fiom il. - car anil support. slui i by i'i. iiixey uii'i Abner McKintey was piac I Ctlly e.irrled to a caiiiago In walling at the east of tho Ftfllon. 'The door of III" eaniagi was lioreel anil Mrs MeivHi ley was driven huiiiedly to her einply home on North .Market street. Col. llinghain, the President's aide, then gave illrectlons for the removal of the casket from the rar. The rcrtrin wns Inn large to be taken through the door and a broad window al the side was unscrew, cd and removed. While this was going on Iln Iloial pieces insbb were carefully lllt- "I out and plan el upon the ground at the Id' nf the trai k. When all was ready Iln soldiers ami snlloin who lnul m-eottl. b ie I Hi- re iii ins all the way from Huf ' tlo tin rged from tho cur and took up llulr places The soldiers trailed tin Ir tn anil the nilor held t lie li drawn cut i al their id. s Only Iln bodv bear. t r w r l i'- I -nil ,iu ui m d Mi ii u tiiuu i'uldnit ltoosc,vuHjiUi Ilia biutlKi-Jintiit in-law, (.'apt. Cowhs, of the navy, In full uniform, at his side, had descended f i nm tin ear ahead of that oci upled liy Airs. Mi Mnley. The iiietnhers of the cahlnel, Secretary Uortelyou, Gov. Nush, Lieut. -Cov. Caldwell mid Judgi Marshall .1. Wil liams of the Suprrmi Court icptei-entlng the tin re branches of the State gnve-ru-ment of Ohio followed. The President was met by .Indue (irant of the reception com mittee and the olllelal parly then inovid to the west of the station where they formed In line with the I'iesldeiit at the h' ad. All were uncoven d. The easUi t was then llftid till miKli I he window and taken upon the shoulders nt the body bearers Only the Mug was on It now. At sight of It tears Unwed fnely. The sad procession was then formed. It was headed by Col. lllnghnm, followtd by tho local committee, headed by Judge l)ay. Then came the casket. Then the soldiers anil sailors. Slowly they inovi'd down the platform to the turn at the western end of the station where the President and cabinet stniiil. As they reached the heail eif this line a bugle call sounded a reipili in. liefore the Preside nt and the cabinet and the Ohio olllclals the collln was burnt to the hearse. When It had been placed In side the I 'resilient and the olllelal p.nty entered carriages. Meanwhile' Ailmii.it Dewey, Mint. den. Miles and other high olllee rs of the ami!, ami navy who emii P i"i d the guard of bono!" had move! around to th" iMist side of the station. Tln-v also entered carriages and look tin Ir plie-is. All were In full uniform and fair ly blazed with gold lace. TltH PKOCF.SSION MOV12S. The snrlll notes of the busies had given the lust sign to the waiting multlUide out side the station that the casket was np pioachlng. instantly the long Hues of "l dleis became rigid standing at "present arms.'' The bl.uk horses ol the Cb vi land Hoops Immediately faring the station stood motiimh'ss, their riders with sables lowenel. Slowly through the' entraneei came' the stalwart soldiers and sailors with solemn treael. healing aloft the Hug covered collln of the man this city loved so will. As it came Into view a great sigh went mi from the dense throne. Al- I ter the llrst glance many of the mi'ii :e pel women turned away to hide the emotion they could not restrain. When the easki t had bee n consigned to the hearse, thr-e mounted trumpeters gave the signal fir the procession to move. A moment lut-r the' found of "Nearer My (Sent to Tine" limited thiough tin air, as the Grand Ar in veterans with their band, swung Into line anil took up the march toward the court hoii-e. Thre ugh lnth street and to Cherry the solemn pageant movi it l-e-twe i n solid mnsse's of iie-opb'. Turning In to Market street the main then oughluro the procession movi el under creal curtains of mourning strung from building to hi IM ing across the street every hutidied fi" t. A maji'sllcallv seiUmn spei lacle was. nrese-nled as t lie liriiecsslon e.eiii'eil Iho laiblll' sonal-e ill llle renll-e ill' till eltv Af. u,r thc ,; A t ,non ,..une th- Cle eland troops and iininnll.ilely feillov.inB them the hearse. TIiIk u.'im the sl'-ln llml eiil a hush alonir'the elense, lone llres of hu manity stiftcliiiiK lor a mile, away to the com I house. As the hearse passed I'le ry hind was hotted and every lace eMiicd reat Krlef. I inii'i'illate ly fellowliiK the hearses came, the eaii'iai'.e eif I'lc-lilent lieiiM'Velt who lode with his biother-ln-law, Captiln Cowles of the navy and Seiietarv l! ilo. 111" e'liri laecfi of the nlher tnemliers ! Ill I'lllllnet i.e. I llin.n lin I, ,,l I,..., la the late President In nubile- nr.. wi i e Iln -.1 rail 1'r.e 1, ,, If ,,,ll.. It..r. ..i' ,1 I. cd the National C.uarel if Ohio, ,-, gl'meiit tter r.-ginunt In platoon front funmun ,i nillng the broad the roi.ghfare frmn side to side. As the proci-loii reached th pmn ,.e .1, .1 m - swung about. forniliiL-' se.11,1 ir..,i e.,'ei,'. the anpioaehlng hearsi- Ak Ii .i. ilH to the curb the he.-irei-s si..i,..,i r,.,., .1 liiae - l - S .1 IIIIL-S 1 n nilil ne-r.it, t. .A- I. up th Ir burden. P.efnre l ie eves .,r u vast co 1- course tilling the scptaio tho casket was tenderly raised and burn.- up the" wide stone Heps leading to the entiani-e- 1 f ;lm court house. The strains nf ".Venn r, Mi lled to Tin 0," were still sounding as the llag-drnpeil coffin dlsapi eai ed within ihe building. President Honsnvelt alighted from his 1 arriage and took Hie arm of S cretar. Cage. The other cabinet office rs jolm il tliem at the curb anil th-.y moved in -ol I'inii procession up the sl.-ps Into the build ing. Mavor Dlehl of Huffalo and Ihe m ynrs of many other cities and I'n slile-nt Ma -Tarland of the District of Columbia I'ol lowed, while after them came Si'iialn s Iliinna, Fairbanks, Ilurrows, Kean anil th other public men who were on the train. Vninng the coiispli'uous Hgiin-s of tho naval service were lien- Aelmlrnls Crown. In-hleM. O'Neil and Kenney, and liiis,-C!e-n. Haywood, 1 oiiiniaiider-li:-ehlef of th marine corps The genei.ils wore cai eimv with (lowing black plumes wiiilo thoso nf Ihe admirals vve-re- dlstingulslicd bv th wealth of heavy golil bralel, BODY PI.AOKD IN ST ATI. The boely bearers bore the collln Into the retiinela of the e'ourt louse a little before cue o'clock. The hall had been hanilsoiiK ly ileeo.-aled, the walls and ceilings iiung with dead blink and crepe being gatlenM into folds at eai h e-orne-r ol the lotun !a. Di nc-atli a cluster of electric lights slnni the catiifalijue upon ivhleh the oasket was to rest. The silk banner ov 1 r the casket v a drawn hark ihe wi.aths which rest. ea upon its head were removed and ihe to-" i lid taken off. Wend was qiibkly passed to President lloosevelt and follow ed by the members of the cabinet he slip ped briskly into the ball. ,; glanced down as he reached the- casket, halted tor Ihe spa.'o of a breath ami went on. Th" lnemho-s of the cabinet followed one by ene. Twenty feet beijond the casket the hall branches to tho right nnd left 1.1.1I as the President reached Ihe corner ho halted, uncertain which way to nun. An i.slier at once ellreeleel him toward thu fest entrance and he passed through and 0.11 10 ins carriage ami was driven to Hie lesldence eif Mis. Fllzal eth Harler wh--ra In- will remain duilng his stay lu Canto 1. The members of Preside nt' MeKlnb y's old eommauilcry of Knights Templar, had us;ce the- privilege of posting a scniry uvt r Iho cask a while It lay in -date. Mr. Charles L, Obi'iiv, .1 business man of Can ion was the Hist Knight Templar lo lake Ids pi st at the head of 1 lie ,e.. m,l tl.ioughotit th afternoon the guarl was lill"veil every thirty minutes At lh- foot of the blc-r stooil a mitieiial gitardsiniiii of Ihi' F.lg.ith Ohio Iiifunlrv. 1 in the I'resl dent's light 11 sergeant of Infantry atil 011 Ids left a sailor stood with Ills iitn.li clasped oye-r the hill of his cutlass. Strict riders we re given to sei that there was no ill lay in the crewel as It passed out of the hi. tiding. When e vcrythliu' wi.s read.v ior the public lo enter, Jom ph Saxtmi, iin.ie of Mrs. McKlnl' y, nn aged mini, hoivid deeply with wilghi ol years eiite'red from the east ball ami passed up to the e mk !. He stottl for fully two n Iniites gazlr-' Into Ihe face of his distinguished kinsman, iln then passed si nvly down the hall. Ids head bowed low. his Hps tn In hlng convulsively A lew (liiitl ii"tais wen- errniiged and then the door was opened to the public. Two little girls weie Hie first to approach ihe casket. Directly behind them was a bill powerful man. An he gazed Into tho cis ket he caught his litcath In a quick sharp sob that was audible In every part of ihn hallway. He then gave way entirely nud wei ping bitterly passed out. Many of the people who passed the c.isk-t caught their lire .1 1 li at the change that was there. 'The President's face was much thinner than incy unci oxpecieii 11 wuuici pe and the sight that gliallv met their eyes shocked them Vo delay was p iinltlul nrd full 150 a minute passed the hie i SCFNF.H VT Til 1-2 1. 1 Lit Throughout the aflirnonii this hunt. in tint pn il hIi i tv f rvv ml to Iln hi .1"" r iibn i I in iloiibb line without i mo a hull, tiio jicuplo liuniod by tho iciiMltet anil thiii .with ti ai -stanuel fares ! passed out of the darkened e hnmher Ino the brlKht sunllKhl. In the line we ro repri'Se'liteel all slalloin of life all ''men, all conditions. At one moment mi old man bent and withered who had known mother McKinley, tolteiel up to paze upon the sll 'lit featnii'S. I o was followed by u mini of middle at;' who had Rone to siiiool with McKinley Over on erne stele was the; Knlpht Templar who hud inarelieil beslele McKinley In par ades. All who came h some recollection of personal relation with the man lylnB there eeild In ilenth. j Tollers eanie) from the fnctorlrs and elln 'ner palls In hand, troopcei by the bier of til til whom they culled I heir benclactor and their friend. Now and tin u luinU of school elilldren hlirrlod paht, awo struck nt the Kloom of this chamber of death. Often thc KliarillliK soldiers were eompelled to step forward anil gently lestrnln a liuiid that sought n bloom from ofl the1 llowiT decked casket. As the people hurried by they Kv ex pression to suppressed exclamations of niiKiilsh at the sluht of the pinche I faces IviiiK thii'o In the inrtln. It was not tho face lliey had known so well and almot without exception the people turned away refir"tful that thev had not retained In their minds that picture of manly viper which they knew so well. Mirny of his nearest frlenels refrained irom looking up on the faee. prefeirliiK to prcsirvo tho nii'inory of him as In life. I a citippi,i;i: soi,dii:ii's ru:Qn:sT. I t.ate In the aftenonn. an aKi'd man lean itnr upon two crutches winch he innnan-'l with elllTleiilty appeared at the iloor through whU h the' people we re miikliu their exit, lie askeel the sentry to allow him to enter and when th" soleller refused, saylm; that he hail receive I enebrs to al low noboely through that door, the old man stood hack the pie tare of woe. In a short time he iiKaln asked the jcjuiik sentry In pleading tones to allow him entrenc through the doorway sa..injr that in his feeble' condition he was not able to stand In line which at that time was eMendiiif? fully a mile from the entrance. "I foiicht In his regiment during the war." he said, 'ami 1 Just want to lay this lias e i his coffin and then ki "p It as a lemi'mb anc of the time I saw hlni last." i "Tike" It III.' said the sentry anil the vitei'.in hobbled Into the hall. When he I got Inside he had more' trouble- and was I i e'eipi iipii to explain his errand sever il I times. Finally the line passing the rni' tin was stoppeel long enough to ,:llow lb" old man to sti'p to Its sldi for a glan e ,11110 th" collln and to lay his tiny ting oi I the glass front. Then he turned bie k with the crowd hugging the now samil- , Heel Hag tightly beneath his cunt. At one time a group of school girls nn- 1 priiaeheil the casket. There were s' of tbeni and they came three abreast. One in the forwarel row leaned over fur a look , and gently disengaging fiom the bosom id her elress a scarlet geranium laid It gen tlv on the. top of the wreaths that already rested there. The others teillowrd her x- , ample and although the senitries h id or ders to permit nobody to place. an.vthli,r upon the 1'otlln or to tomb the' lloral of r lines already then- the- little tributes of the girls wire' allotted to leiualii and tin y vv-ie still em the top eif the collln when H was carried through the door ein itu wax to the McKinley ceittage. ::.."! PKOPI.K SAW Till: D1CAD. All through the afternoon the- ereiw-l luiss.il the catafaleiie approximately at th-- rate of Phi every minute making 1 1 the live hours the body lay In slate a total of lin.OOO people. When the doors were closed at fi o'clock the lino four abreast stretched fully one tulle from the coiiit house' and people were still coming from the side stre-ets to take their places in line. At fi o'clock the eloors were ein.-eel to tin-puliMe- and pieparations were, made for r. -moving the bodv to the McKinley risi-eleni-e. Canton commanibry of the C A. II. aiied as escort and there was no fol lowing. Arrived at the house, the- ese-ni t formed In line in the street presenting fl I ills While' the- collln. borile by tile boilv b. arers was taken into the house. It was plae-il In Ihe flout parlor where It will remain till it s removed to the church b -mm row afternoon. Cuniels wen- posted around the- liouse to-night and a ilumbir e f sentries were place il in llu- front yard. srciivicB at thh (iit.wi-:. Canton. S-pt. in. There will be a short s. 1 vice- at th" receiving vault West Lawn , ceinelery to-morrow consisting of piavei' , and a scriptural le ailing by Dr. C. I-; Manchester and illshop I. W. Joyce of Minneapolis. A se-le-etlor. will le Ming nt the vault bv a iiuailette from lilt lung command! ry No. 1 Knlgl.ls Templar NEARLY A LYNCHING. Crowd EnrnKcd nt nn Itnlinn Whilo Viewing McKinloy's Ilemnins. Canton, O., Sept. lV-Cnm-M, ruble ex citement was caused ill the court housi siiiarc to-night while the people, wen- as sembled then- to view the P mains. Some one licensed an Hull, 111 who altirwaids gave his inline as Carmine Deviaro of sn -lllg In would kill liesiilelll PeiiiM-vi ll. The man, who could spent; hardly a word of llngllsh l.ecanu liighteneil ami answi r- eel yes and no al random to the- oiiestloiis j that wen vollt yetl al him invariably giv ing Hie wrong answer and In a moment a great crowd had sui rounded him anil th" cry ol "Lynt h him" was ralsid. Major j Marquis with a company ol Ohio ml lit i.i formed a hollow square ami rescued ihe ' man who was taken to the polb e hend 'cpiriiiers for his own prut, i t ion. The po lice do not believe tlu man contetuplali cl harm. CANADIANS ARE MOURNING. i Gov.-Gon. Minto Sots Aaido To-day to Mourn AiniTlca's Loss. Ottawa. Out.. Sept IS -A proclamation was issued lo-da.v by the seen tiny of state- by it nil m.i i ie 1 of Lord .Minto. gover nor ueneral of Canada, niuiniiititie lii.tmir. row i day of fast ami genual mourning throughout the Dominion on account ol shor hmn and Itoliert of Cornwall. Owln,' the bereavement whli h has belalb u iho ln 'he seilous illness Mr. anil Mrs. people of tlu Fulled Slaters by the death l'ist"U's young daughter, who was receiit hv the hmiils of an assassin of their chief ' "pcrale'il upon for appci'illcltls, tho fun- 1 magistrate, MAHHIAlii'2 OF A I'ltO.M I.VI2NT NI2W' VOItK LA W Y 1211, Willie" Itlver Junction, Sep' is. llartovv S. Weeks and Mrs. I'2mina s- ars, both of New York, weie uiariieil In the1 parlor o1' the Junction House ul 11 o'clock llil innrnlng by Hev. A. J. Hough, parlor of Ihe Methodist Hplscopal i hiireh here. Mr. Weeks Ik vv Itlely known is one of the' law-1 .M'lti ior nn1 eicience in tne case in uoiuiul It. MollneiiN, charged with minder mil tried in New York city nearly two eais ago, AMRHICAN LEAGUE STANDINQ, Chile.. f.'hh ngo .... Hostou Detroit Philadelphia i'alllinorc .. Washington Cleveland ... Milwaukee . Won Lost. Pet. 4 r.t 57 fit Us 7.) 0 Mi .:r,i .is .res .IM . iw Ai) .1120 Hi i.7 CO .Vi .V.' IT NATIONAL Lf2AOt.'l'2 STANDING Cl'ibs llltslurg Phil idelphbi HrooKlvn St Louis , . Ilosti I) Chicago . , N W Ol'k , Cinclunutl Won. . ill Lost IVt. .11 1 J il !l i; . il a i'l :i't . 'in t.l il in 4ti T. Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES Tho Wlnooakl Vnlloy, VllltiRos up North, Troni tho Island in tho Lnko to tho Pnsuumpslc, Along Otter Crook end by tho Shoros of Wnlto River CovoroU by Spoclnl Corrospondonta. ADDISON COUNTY iVHDDLEBURY. Clouds ami streams from them broke up tin Aihllsiiii county fair Thursday, as tlnii was a little eessatlou of the storm in the inoinlng some people' got on to t lie tri ej u in Is but soon sought shelter and home ihe ill-luck Is to lie regretted alter the great work of the manage incut and lb-' iille efforts of tile people to get lip ll gO"d show. At noon the olllce rs of the sue h ly S-'t together anil declared the fair off and thiyxhlnk liny have 111 cumulated neaily money enough to defray all expenses, lu Spile of the poor weather. Harmon lliieknian was ai rested by Dep uty Sheriff Palmer of Iliistol Wednesday In i'oreslelale for shooting a young doo anil was bulge d In the count;. Jail. Pud Miiinby of Weybrldgo drove to town Wednesday and went on to the fair ground with Ids team and late In the' al teration Ollicer Moore was not Hied to search ills wagon which he did and found a 'pi. irt bottle of whiskey also an t-mptv .quart bottle, lie was taken liefore- .luUgu I Kootc and niter a little discussion the hearing was postponed until Friday and ball was Hxe tl at VJ"o, which he .se cure el. The luiiii.il of .lames Wilson, late sec tl m master at Sharon, was held from his futber's house In Leicester and then at tin- Catholic church in Drautlon. The bur ial was lu the cemetery belonging to that e-biireh. lie- was not killed by the cars us at lit st reported but died suddenly of heart disease', lie was to marry a Ml.-s Fenton on the 17th. He was the second 1 son of a family of seven children, live of whom surviv e. i The iith anniversary of the marilage of Mr. .mil Mrs. T. P. D. Mathews was vciy elaborately celebrated at their home Fri d.iv 1 veiling. Tin' house' was quite hand somely iiceorated for tin- occasion. Alier congratulations the usual refreshments were served. Mr. anil Mrs. Matthews re el, iveti a number of very nice presents and the wishes of all assembled for many n L.irns of tin- happy occsu-lon. Fred Mumhv was up before Justice nf the Peace F. K. Foote Friday moling on account of a seizure of liepior found In ills icarrlagi Wnlmsilay on the fair grounds. He pbailcil guilty to one offence each 1 of selling and having 011 hand with Intent to sell ami was llniil $-1 anil costs for each offe nee anil $1" anil costs for the seizure, amounting to i'SfJI. which he paid. Mleldb bury College has a new otfleial as. slstant treasurer. In tho person of John A. Flcti In r. assistant cashier at the bank The- ircnsiiier. lieorge M. Wright, lives in N. vv York and the buMiio-s of tin- officii having gie.ttly Increased in recent yea is it has bei nine necessary to have 11 homo branch and n piesenuu Iv e. Il.-rmon Pan kman w lm was arictcd Tlmr-day by Sheriff Pilmer ill Forest dale for shunting a doe-, was up be fore Justin- of ihe Pi'ine I-'. K l'ooto Saturday and was held tor the grand jury and hail was fixed at 41jo, which will probably bo set urod. M uidav. market day. drew ejulte a num bri to town and butler brought IS cents and eggs !. cents. The stockholders of the Mleldb bury Co otie ratlv e I 'i i-anii ry assocatlon held a melt, ing in the lower pan ol the town hall M011 , !- evening and the committee which was 1 appoint, el to look up a pliu c to build .1 1 in w factory made thi'ir tvi'tut .mil it win In I'll il to build and to locate east of their piesent site on the Thomas and Weeks prune rty and work on the' new factory wi 1 be begun as sunn as Hie money can be nils, ml. ihe fin lory will be of modern stylo nud up to date. Prank W. Thomas has been appointed register of probate court for the distilit of Addison The funeral of lion. I,. D. Kith edge took pbu llom his late resilience at - p. rueilay altiritoon. Notwithstanding .lie stormy weather there was a good atten I- anc.- President Fzra liralnartl and Ilev, Thomas Siinms offliiated. The musical numbers weie rendered by Allied Wood ward, Iilehiii'.l Warner. Mrs. J. 12. 'Weclis and Mrs. William M. Jackson The b- a'--crs vve-re Professors Howard, Wright, F.aton anil .Mcliillon. Ilulus W.ilnvviight ml J. W Stewart. The ilnrai U ibut-s limn tunnel cuts ft ieuels were due. Tho Intel -iin nt was In the family plot In the Maplo drove eeiiKiery at New Haven. iiu- trial of an engineer of the Itutlantl P.allroad, Louis LaFraime, which was to have been held Monday morning, for block 'up one of the crossing e, was continued another vv i ek Mrs. Jane IC.istou, who has lecn in pinr health for some time died al the home of her son Itobert 1-2,'iston Into Tuesday niter- nnnn at the age ol tK years She in sur vlved by u daughte r, Mrs. Lewis Stalker "f ,,,,s town iiul two sons. Thomas, if ''nl was held Wednesday afternoon at .t oiiotic In the district school bouse. Ilev. S. H. Il.crnum, pistor of the Congregational church of Cornwall, of .which sin- was ,i member, officiated. Tho Interment was in ihe family lot lu the llrldpoit cemetery. Al a union meeting of the MliMlebury lire eleparlmeiit. belli Tuesday evening. It was voted lo Invite- the hose companies, llom neighboring towns to Join Hi the an nual Inspection of the ib part me nt, which i-i io tunc place Weslnesdny, Oct 0. VERGENNES. C. F. It. Palmer, a former resident of New Haven ami who Is well known lu Ibis section, lias recently been elected sec! clary nilil assistant treasurer of the Pi accn k Copper company, of which he Is one of the directors. Tho otlice of the' company Ih in Now York city. Mr. Pal mer was for some lime the private secre tary of the late Col. Aldace F. Wallur, He bit this vicinity about LM years ngo lint is a fr.'ciucnt summer visitor to Ids native town. News lias been received here of th1 death of Noble C. Chmuplln at Colfax, WhsIi . Sept. I. He was Ihe youngest sou of Ihe bile Mr. and Mrs Hcnjamln W. limmplln. funnel ly of North Fe-nisbtirgh, Mis Jinnis Cadwill of Proctor Is visitlne i li b nd- In New I In vi u Philip Jaini s llos., son if Mr anil M Frank A lloss of Franklin . lis. X 11 i u r ri n n ins in mis cuj, ami neph v if I'n Mhse-e Mnrv ind Susan Tuck r ol this eltv has asso, laieii hliiiHi Ir with Messr-t WiIIiiiuii and liooih, attorii' ya of 1 nun xoin cny. Air, jiosm is of the V. V. M. On the- announcement of the death of Piesldent McKinley Saturday morning tho lulls of this city were lolled for 15 min utes, and the bell of St. Paul's church loll cd Iho ago (58 years) of the Illustrious, clentli. At tho State Industrial school und Veigeniics gratleel school lligs wcro placed at half must. At the Veigeniics l-.ntei-pllse and Vermonter olllt e 11 picture of tins read statesman was illsplaveel, drapid lu I luck. Tho stores anil InisliieH.s places and several private residences hung out llngi testifying to the sorrow felt for the sinl event. The evidences or sorrow and grief vvero seen oil every hand, und the business of tho eln.y was conducted eimetly and In 11 Hlibducil way. On account of tho death of President McKinley the Sunday evening rervlc -s at tho Paptlst and Methodist church es were, given up nr.d the eon Ifiegnllon attended 11 union mint ing nt tho Coiigregtitlotial church, where) short nddtesses appropriate for tho oc casion wern given by the pastors of the several churchi'S 11 ml by Ilev. W. A, Davison of Montpe-ller who occuple-d tho pulpit of the Haptlst church In tin- morn ing. II. W. Sponner, mull carrier of rural de livery No. 1. cov crod the route In four h"il 3 II nd ten minutes Saturday so that the pa trons might have the Itutilnpton Freo Press containing the news of Presl'lent MtKlnle-V M death as quickly as possible. Two horses wen' used to make tin trip. This haste was made nccessnry bee-misc of the landslide at North Feriisbiirgh which caused Hie morning mall train from ill" north to be vciy much behind time. Miss Itul li Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Fisher, lias .it-eepteel the posi tion of teacher of science ut Stanley Hull. Minneapolis. Minn. This Institution Is mi of the llnest private schools In the nnith vvest. Miss Fisher Is u graduate of tho class nf :ii, V. M. A citizens' meeting was held nt Ihe city hall Monday evening. Mayor M. ii. Nor ton vv as eh ctetl chairman and It. I.. Hind lev si e-p tary. Ilev. It. I!. Davles slap d that the object of the meeting was to make suitable arraiigeini nts for the hold ing of a memorial se rvice on Thursday for Preside nt McKinley. A committee on ar-rangement.-- were chosen as follows: Itv. It It. Davits, chairman: S. A. Andrivvs. C I-'. O. Kimball, dipt. C. 12. Parker and S. D. Miner. .Mayor 1-2. (J. Norton was n -quested to proem e the services of the band and to ask the mills and stores close from '2 to ,". o'clock on Thursday al'urnoon. The memorial services will be held In the op. ra liouse al 1 p. m. Hev. It. It. Davi's has been choen to deliver the- address. Miss Nancy Preston, a teacher ill tho Albany P.uslness college of Albany, N. V , Is visiting' her mother, Mrs. John Preston of Waltham. Miss I.Mna A. Hall Is teaching in the high school at Hast Dm sit. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs W. I.. Porter of Wist I'ert isbiirgh Mondav. Monday while Deputy Sheriff II. P. Fisher was out near the Arthur I2varts place in Waltham. lie saw a full grown buch ami doe not over eight rods fiom win re- he stood. (b orge Wilson of Albany, who has been visiting his sister. Mis. Chiuii-s Worried-, for tin- past few days, bit lor homo We-e'ini "il.iv. The Illble depository of th ' Vermont State Hible society lias bee n dl-. continued In this city and the books will In shipped to Hev. U II. Klllott of Wat ei bury. Cltv Sheriff Stephen Hates, who for a number of years has had charge of the horses of D. II. I.evvls. has jeeepted a like position with F. I.. Fish. He Is now en gaged In removing some of the propittv of the ileliinct Farmers' Nnlionul bank from the barn where' he bus been for the past :!.! yeais tn the premises of Mr. Flh. Mr. Hates came heie first in liG and was employed for main .vears bv the late Hon. F. 12. Woodliridge lu the care of ills horses and giotinds. BRISTOL ll. W. l'e-ake- end C. gone to Huffalo. -Mis led the Christian l-'i.d A. itui nliair have H. L. -smith will avoi meeting unel 1 lib League uii-ei- Walter Wright Ll iiitr next Sum;. iv to the Still.'.. Mlddb bury i.eM I rum the Huptist Kln?ie and 1". Prime ha.l a strnl- nlng. The de.-.ues -1 hool convi lit ion at I'll lay and Saturday 1 lunch ale Mrs. W . A. It lib k"i i:i i'i. Il. nry . of parai.v sl list "sat- urdav anc, is Ir. a ciitlcil conditluii Mr. lilme is irj je-ait ot age- and Is the oldest man in town. -.1. It. Illa.ivett mid wl.'e; are guests if M. P. Vaiiny and family. They epi'it to move he-re irom liovl- llencc, it. I. Soon --i-Velllei n people left .here for lb" Pan-Ann-ib an Moi'.day. i-'onl I Thomas is seriously ill villi appendicitis. There was a largely .Hlendeil union ine intiii.il service at tin Co.igi egatlon.il church Sunday evening lot liv-iihnt Me lsiiilev. Short utltlresM'S wire m.ule by tin pa.-tors present. Claude Sin-dor. bus charge of tho Intel -meilrite room this vvi'ck while' Mrs. Sue don is caring for her latin r, who is ill Llbanus Lodge conferiel the- F. C. degroj on three candidates Monday evening. Mr. aial Mis. (.. 12 Hurtle tt and children h.iv Vone to llooslck Falls, HulTalo and .Mad ison, Wis., to be abse-nt several weeks Miss Minnie White Is In New Yuri: t'lls Aeel on business. The new lt..ptl-t par sonage on F.ust streit Is rapidly npiir nie-ll-Ing eompletion. It is now in the hands . f the painters. 1-2. P.. Pnlnn-r. ii. W. Sue don and W. W. Nredhnm alti-nib d Ihe reunion oe" Companies H ami I-'.. Fifth Vermoin ut Long Point this week.-Howard I IHI bus charge of the news iig-.-iny while 1'2. W. Varney Is in Huffalo. The Bristol Manufacturing Co., shut ilown Monday and Tuesday tor repairs on the boiler. Superintendent 12 A. Il.i-s l tine Is visiting the schools this week.-All the- schools In town close Thutsiluv Pub lic nii'inoi ial services a l the town hall (Julie1 nn exciting iimawiv oe curled on Mill Hill Wednesday morning. A pony be longing to Leon Dean and driven bv i Miss Dcvvsnnp, who has been slopping with Mrs. A A. Hum the p.it summer, became frighten1.! and ran down tin- hill, striking Hid Iron bridge near ihe ofllce of the1 Casliet Coinpan.v. Miss tie w snap was thrown out of the e-ari lag.- and ba lly hurt ln the back ami shoulder. Sib1 was t ik on Into the olflc e, and Irom theie to Mr-. Deans and Dr. Colby called.- J. (.nu de tto ol Wheatcn, III., Is visiting his par ents and sisters. Mis. el iiidelte untlfhlld will come lati'i-. ltcv. V. A. Davidson, 'Haptlst Stale mls-lonnrv. In the guest of Ilev. and Mrs. W. A. Isinzi--. LINCOLN. I Wllllain Grant who was operated upon for rupture Hi l'2.ist Miinlpcllcr last week 'is rc-poi'tiil to be- ns well its t-ciilcl be c pecteel. lly Ihe burning of the South Slarkshoro creninerv Thursday inoinlnx iliiiu a tin. unity of the milk is brought in I the cre.iliiery lure .Miss .Mabel llstes Ik I visiting friends lu We yliiidge ami Middle- bury.- A large number from hero attended the fair ut Mlddlebury. A menu. ii lul service fer President Me Kll.luy will bo held lu the I'lilon church rct Sunday nt 11 a. in. C.aileld post will attend In a body nnd will meet at their rooms at Irt. Music will be liiruishiM by a inula ciuartette. Presiding elder Hrown will preniii Hi the 1. 12 church i.i'xl Sunday at 2 p. m. It Is evpected that ho will hold evening meetings through the wi rk. A. C. Merrill and wile returned from Huffalo Frlday.-C- (1. Hutleiilold of I'2asthnmpton, Miss , is In town nun lias sold tin1 Lincoln liouse to lis brother. W. ,1-2. Hiitteiiicitl. who will take possession i Oct. 1st nud occupy It as u pilvule dwell ing Miss Angle Hrymit eturiieil from 1 Lake dec rce Saturday, wi'"ic she spent lie summer us waitress In a hotel i .i.e-- ln Kill ill of Shiihuriie Is vMllrg liienli liei dime All. In Is still lu t ir i tleal i'i ntllllop II Is now a we'ek since the. liver left him lnt hi n Hid is l it clear,1 III son l f iln ne Fred Hrv, nt who h is sin t lb ' uu rn r us dirk it llu Lake 1 muni II' Is v ling tils pa -er s, lei ii re iinlii lu I vvstiili'- In Ji tlone Sargent and son. H. I Fart-ent -mi1 Mi-. 1 .011 Clark iilurri-el Friday from a in days visit to the- I'.in-Anwrie-an. - fJd' 11 Hsle-s left for Doffalo llondi y night. SHOREHAM, Miss Kllnnbeth North has returned to K. A. I'., Merilen, N. lie-Mrs. W. V. M00V0 Is v'sltllif; her daughter, Mrs Mumford in Hpiiiiglleld, M iss. Miss iell of Proctor visited Miss I.lzzle Totllngh nn this week Miss Killth Joins returned from tin Pan Ann licnn Friday. Mis M. W. Muss1.11, who has been Visit ing .it I.. H TottltHiuim's went to Plain lieid, N. J., Me ndav. William Stoke, re tin ncil from iluffal.. Saturday 1 w i.mg IJ. W. Hall went t- North l"e rrlsluit-gh 1 Monday. The high wlnel Monl.ty after-' r.0111 was iiulto severe for guldens. PANTON. William Hutch has gone to Chester, to fi'.t' 11U school. Mrs. K. A larus Is snperlng fmm a sen re attack "! epilns.' - Airs An il 1 liurgess Is home fr..m Mlddlcm.tr lor a two weeks visit. Mi- F. I'lovd and son Luke, ami Mr i.ud Mrs. John Flovd left town during tho past vteek and will sick u rpsidenco elsewhere GRANVILLE.. Miss Fuller and tin iher, Hurlle vve' In Itoxbnry a few days I 1st week, the guest ii of i-'re-d Cram Mid daughters. Ther-- was a corn romt at I. W. Fuller's Friday, rk'ht Mrs Hairy Washliinne has a sister and Pi- e visiting nt her 1 onse-. Mis. Weir W.-iilner of lirookllelei. visited In town In -l w.-ek. Harry W ishhurnc l in Comp ".11 N. II., where his ramllv will Join 1-lin next vve'k. N'vs has been i'-evd of the Illness of Daniel p. Wooilw.inl at Lake Placid, N. V. K. N. llemeii'viv 1 turned from Hethel Mrnday. lieorg - S ir gent had his knee hurt while loading logs Saturday. WHITING. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cudworth of Ilrook lvn. N. V., are the guests of Mrs. M. A. Cudworth. Misses f trace and Alice Wood irom New York state are visiting ut Mrs. Smith's and A. C Xeedham s Mr. and Mis. Tracy of Addison visltnl Mr. and Mrs. Willie Inst week. Mrs. Marian Hub bard of Orwell visltnl in town the first of tho week. MONKTON. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. P.ldwel were In Ibiiiington Mondav .Forrest Norton of IP nlington l v-Mtlng J D. Smith -Mr-. D. li. Trin y returiieil Monday fn-rn . f.e.r wei ks' visit at nranville. N. V. ir I I einln -J. D. Iavvieni-i- has 1,., 1 t t,.. Ie-, I Morrill place at th.- Itbli.. win h Is at presint oeciipleel by I'b-in in A is 11 . the broom maker. Mrs. Addn- I. ,m- ! Mrs. I-'re-d Dean went to Ituiirigt n h-'i urdiy. Mrs Mary Dane Is umih h r mother, Mrs. 1! W. Hidwe-ll -Tie p.i-t ul lice at Kast Monkton Is to be .lis. .. nnueil Oct. 1st. Fred Mender is attending th. fair at Full- Haven this w. k W. V. Smith, proprietor of the Sniiih le. ise. is having It repaired. He Is .il.lo . ing the view irom the house by hiving ll r lis. el about two feet. I lenry Spr igne . to be examined by tin- pension 1 ;..iinm. rs at Hurlington this week. He Imp. s 1., ,.t an Increase. The Dcmiings of Iloston who have been visiting at D. Mem lis vv- r. called home Saturday by tin ilbe -s ..f their mother. Lewis Hegor and two chil dren are seriously III. Miss Lillian Push y of Iloston was called home on .1. 1 re.nl of the Illness of her mother, Mis. John P.iishi-.v . Miss Laura Nutting is spending a few days with relatives In lllue'sb.irgh. ADDISON. Charles Anthony of Cloversvillc N Y. Is the guest of William Noonan. Mr M--Kenzie anil daughter of Moriah. N V . visited Mr. anil Mrs. II. W Clark Inst we.-k. Mrs. M. J. N.ison, who h is beeti the guest of her brother. Albert St! kle-. for the past month has returned her home in Hosttin. Mnnlrv M ir-b ill ha en tered n polvtechnle school near Huston. He Is to mnke eleetriilty a soe.t.lity. -Mr. and Mrs How nd CI irk ar. tin par i Ills uf a il. Might-r burn on S pt itih -Mr. ami Mis Clnvte-n t't.in ha v. r 'urn eel to their la-mi tn W 1 1 i la-.n ift. r ls- Itll.g ills III. tier Hell -Vie. till. Ill lm has been pulling in a slum biii i.i;tr the ill n.it-t li Miniol house i 1-k-w .iv Miss ie l rk. -irgli ' W. Itena Hill ll! I. - seeliri il -' hool ne- r John D.tktn . I i 'it a tew d g. Noonan ' po-itl'i. N.w S. . f F.rri i v-s at c klndergarii n Mr. and Mrs have Icttly Harbe-r's.-i;. friini Hufi'.ilo Inr for Ills e Henry Allen gin st of hi has ri t urni d Vlfrid hoi.se llo-iv e t Juts th. ci 1 lic lrlv cnnipte' eel ll! lliooklyn, N. ., is t'ue il.ttigl tei Mis Stev 11 . at Mrs. M. Wilmiiith's.Mts. li. It. o'Piyan Is v.lth I Li 1 1 ill Keblrs ol Comw ill l.liz.i Kingm in ol liistol bus b.-e r. 'In gu. -t of lie i mint, Mrs. Hulda Clark. BRIDPORT. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Mosley of 11 rltng ton weie icccnl guests nt C.. L. i'.uiei's. Mrs. Sherman of Massiuiius. tt visiting Inr sister. Mrs. J II. With, t e II -Misi Hurke of Middleliury lias be-, n -e. ire-l as' telle her in the l lane lllstriit. A daughter was In in l.isl week to Mr. and Mis. ,'. 12. Klithorp Albei l Wicker m Franklin Clove, III., made a Hying visit in town last week -Mrs. J. C. Smith re., ntly vi- ' Ited her daiighte r. Mrs. K II. Millings ofl Shore-ham. J. J. Crane has been quite, 111 i of late. NORTH FERRISBURGH. Miss (iertriieb1 Harrington has gone to Itlchmend to tea -h sc In -1 - M l-scs May and Leslie Muzzy have gone, to Shel'mrne lo attend si ln ml - Siepln n No-nan Is -on. lined to the bouse- by ilb,,s.. r. Clal'bi of llolltston, Mass., and tie-urge and Will. terClatlln of Cambridge. M.i-s.. .ire guciti at the Mi. rtlii liouse. Will ur Field nnd wife of Charlotte are be.enling at Ihe Mar till liouse . .Miss Frances Wlieeb r gavo a very attractive lunch to hoi 1 dy friends on Wcdiiesd.i.v Miss C.i. rii S. Ut of l-'.-r-rlsbiirgh Is teaching the school recently taught bv Miss li.rirueb' Harrington. Miss Sadie llairii-gteii Is c.itutaiig with u 1 mty of young ladles at Long Point. HANCOCK. lion. W. P. 1 illlingliain and son, Pa il, were in town a dav last week. Mr, unel Mrs. It. Wells ot Heading visited nt W. F. Itul bison's a few da.vs last week. Miss Nellie Ithoeles of Heve-iiv, Mass., Is visit ing her lather, J. 12. lihotb s. Mi s. A It'll Chllds has retained to her home in 11111.--boro Utilise. N. II. WEYBRIDGE. A 1 1 liii r Huntley of Idaho, Is visitln.s re latives in town - Willis Samp-mi of Salem, N. Y., Is tho guest nf his sister, Miss l'ieiteiii'e Sampson -'I. W. and W, K. Cobb of Itiniiilen wire Ike. quests nf Mis. 12. V. Adams last week. -W. J. Newton has returned irom Iti.fl'alo -Mr. and Mrs. Nelson .Merrill vi-llid Heir old neighbors, le ce nlly. Mrs Nellie Moody is visit1!) the P.ui-Aincrlcin Fvposltl. in nnd will al so visit hi r slstci Mrs. lloiaco Cruno nt Lima, N. . RICH VILLE. Fred Hums mnl family vis, tod his broth er in ii'ontbiif.i list Saturday. Mr, and Mrs John Dumas was a gtast o her sis- te r tn H igne, N .1, Inst week Mis Inez Cook is atte Piling si liool lu .Mlddlebiil y -Mrs. Fiecl It'oikins and iw.i elai.giiii i s have (,1-ut to imu nsbiii (. and Pc isii-iui N CORNWALL. Drs F II M run of Mlild' burv, W N Plait of Shir h in anil vv bend u lirulport on M id i.v perfiriui 1 op r H m on ! nun - voi ig daughtc . i .ir u sirs nil iui i..i ion, ii me- inlly ie tialneel niirie from Hie Mary Fletchi r -pit 1' is curing for her. and she Is r. , el 1 "I'lio liable.- Mrs. K.istnn. mother ut H- --il l.iston. Is very 111 .11 hi-i home Hoi W. II. llinghain, wife- and son, M.nni' , spent Sunday nt ljing Point, tin e ir t ol -Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Allen.- .Ml . 1 .Mrs. The-sin of Oshkosh, Wis., are gne-s-at I-2dgar Sanford's. Mrs. The-sin Is a ni o ul' Aim. Sanforil. Miss Oraco Unlet! of I'avvb t. Miss Atla Hewitt of Hristol a id Miss Sessions of llrandon, are tie nor M-ielent teachers fer tin- tall term Ml ) Alice- Merrill, who has spent tin pi -l tu.j . lais In Ailzmia mid ('aliform 1, if, 1 town 011 a visit to liei aunt, Mrs. C II Wanner. SOUTH STARKSBORO Mrs. fnllsla Vnrne-v has gone to Hie 1 .n American nnd to visit her in phew. Dr H. Voting in ituffn In. George KUlot I thn sick list. Illl.is and Joseph P-h-d 11 went the flrt of tho week to V ior Springs, N. V., to comironee nnot r cai's school. Hoy md Hattle Hi r ne t of Monkton visited friends here Sundi. -Henry Miles of Monkton visited I'.ih rt Voting over Sunday. .ian.es fir " in v-orklng at arpi titer work In IIuntli.Bto'i. BENNINGTON COUNTY, BENNINGTON. tl. I.. Rtlllvm left Frld ly for a Hut vve-cks' absen- - during whirr time b 1 i'n nd tho ant 11 ii mci ting of the S 1 1 ign Oiand Dodge. J O. O. P. - I I nltisl States, which meets In tr.iil.'m . . r-e 1 1 we e-k. Firm I her- e vvii 14 . 1 Cleveland, O.. to attend f no I v.mlon nf tho Nate ai. 1 '.ri 1 rii.n r o K. S., as a icpre-sentative fi m tbe n.i-nt chapt-r. i.it' r le- v I'l r . Ar, at tho Pan-Amrrlenti Kxp' . n n. I'lie mnrrl.ige ol Miss S r.h P ' r riiisvvold to Saiibfirr cje-ve T. 1. iy ni llnmstnivn I- nnnoi m 1 d t t , pi 1 the i-ild F1lst church at p.t - - 11 -on 1 n W 1 1 ne day Oi tuber 2nd. .it high i'l- prospe. tivo brlele is it it -' fr v M ii-il Mrs John Wool t.rls-weili. .ml !:- 1 1' 'ii. titer t'i John A lirlsveibl ..f Tr.. V.. who fnrnislii 1 'In moncv with vv 1. 1 to II l-nillii th" llrst monitor T'e irie-cled with on- of t".- .,1c. t 115 I e.r Herkshlre 1 01 n-v M In, tt 1 in th- first da I' ll inmates 1 f the Si I ,1 -1 1- -n from b m iroiith of Argti-t t ' 1 .In le J p. Wh. ' I. "lie 1 ' Ml-s I.izxi. mi .fi bury w bo h 1 .1.1 . mi . 'i their vv. in,, 1.1 Septeni'iei t'1 S' t.ih Sli ftsbury in Ilinnt h ,v o;.!.. bevers have nit -ion 1 univ th 1 " it t r it. Tlv-y -t f 1. ti n 'I. h be low Hi ha - it opn d for si v ' e b tr I- th.- trees I. l'i t -t t re-e s s f ,1 r .1 If 1 1 n !-.. . 1 1 '! W 1 ' in: 'he f -P' !. I ' " 1 bl.l I r . rie r vv . c k - In in n ore- Uk. ee'i t 1 ter fi ult i' . 1 -Ml' s h is v vv ill pro , , et .. ! Tt I 1 1 lix.-d 1 e b i:'l 1 al l'. 1 i"t . tin I- I- 1 Th. re v is I nt -e.t 1 -n I .rice of vv 1' ' 1 s y.'t. let t lis and pi tn d cheap. . 1 . early ft" ' site lit fr..-' 1 , ll to do 1 - ' .1 km 1 wi I kill da.v re hi t 1 -t S F1.n1l.1v re oruii g at iP t ilu- of a T-ieniort.t' . Ii I'm t. .1 TN nidi, m - s v . si ie- tions of hvmns w.-r-tin- S-, ,,nd C.tngregatl' 1 . iroor who was in I'uft 1I1 .ri ,t C. P. - il spi ke .1 ref. rr "i An t. I. t th- 1,. 1 lady n em governm c Inquent te i ins to tin I opie had sustained I should 1 1 allow ed t. i ur c The I rout . f 1.1- l.t t I -k. tl i I. rn uraped in mourn'tm ; the M- t e bine b t'n r. was ill-,. i . I a la ol the It. 1 'it .Ii ip. I in n " i t'.igs. J i. I. , i. ns irom tin 1 I P'-ts. tin N itmn il liuard and in. . f Si 'el.i-is' I', me w re present. i't In rile sp.ilf. 0f 1. s-oiis thit '' a le. rned tr : i tne mur ler of thi '':- - t . ml urg d that laws should be e.. I ...lie .1 out t proti .-t those In ai ' 'i e Pt Peters church, Hector Sehu r 'he e fb i ttfrlv l.'i bis ot r ri in rk- ' t St. Fr.ine is De m ,11 e i ruing were display t ' I' .ther P.; iron were t-t j spi til servb s v r. ,i in rt h of the Sac II -1. 1 1 t ecu elone nbeii i" p Tin- front of lae V t v . Ihe Elk's, the J -ist .i b-.m,l to 1 . Id it th- N a li'tig has 1 ll in- -til . ' e I ir 1 Arm..' ' ; nd 111- build Ii -'dem s ui 11 ol'I'Illl L. t the ami ton ''! ipter. g of stark Hose T it r i U.e i nly ones c l a il mi cting of the lb Tiaue'lilers of the n-. Hl'VOllllloll, lb ofl b . ' - wen i'i -st. I't : Mis. Id Tueseiay nfterr ..u .le, ted: Mrs. S. s 12. C. Jenney, v --i Mrs. Harriet Armstrong Hradfi d. tny, Mrs. Clement 11. Cone, r- Mrs. ll. Sheldon, chaplain: vi c. 1'irk. geiiea logical secreta I2dlth I'uv.j, registrar; Miss Kit' J bell, histoiian. The chapter .aw bers -I". members, Mrs J. J. F.stoy, State regc t Dang' b i s of the American b v . 1ms Issued an order annomielns of Pr. sldent McKlnli'y. and dire the charters of the subiircliti.it." lie draped In mourning for the i lotl. iiu- members ot the assoc I 1 s- It also ordered to wear mournin- i same perioeU William Founder, " vears of u. at his ruddenco Tuesday, the t shocks of paralysis. Tho dece . resided here about SO years, con i - l I'.m.i 1 1. He is survived bv a v sons, and the daughters. Ills fu e .' . be attended from the church of i s Heart Thursday inorrum, i . r Chance officiating. Mrs. Maria Sibley, widow of th, 1 Hun. Tarrent Slbb-y, died at her h--Monument avenue Monday. Ilr 1 wis eanseil by a paraivtlc sh n k L hush m l died several ears ag le.ivi s iwo sons, one of thrm Jito- 1 Slid. v. being on a hunting trip In e" and win) up to Tims lay ev "leg h ol ed tin notice of his moiliii's don1 S nlso leaves a dauuhti r Mrs. Sll ! i oiigin.illy from Wiiitiiigh.ini. '.DEN COUNTY, WINOOSKI. Ouo of tho most i harming evenis i tho n .season t.iok place at the I'tainlall ' t Fast Allen street In Winonslu Tin' I when Miss Clara 12., daughter of Mr .Mrs. Kdwarel it. Craiulall bee imp bride of Mr. Alvin M. T.ilor, mm i.nel Mrs. itobert Tu.v lor of Hurlinui thu prcseni e ol about 75 liii nds at .1 r lives. Tho spacious parlors weie . lately decorated with hydrange is asp.iriiKis ferns, mid dowers in pr.-i -1 I roniptl.v at !. o'lloik Mr, Taylor i best man, .Mm tin A. Pease of i ut iln. ' advunci'd to the front parlor, wl.u t were joined by the ollur luenihets bridal puny. First came the tb.wii -! little Miss Sarah Slu-a of Clifton s land the maid of honor, Miss Mnrv A . dull, sister ot tho brlde who were im ellalelv followed by tho bridi, upon arm of her latin r, Mr. K. It Crambill v gave her In liMrrlnso. The bud i liandsoniely a 1 1 1 r- el In n gown of whip I u i 1 1. mulle i er t irt. . n. and c.,n I , b.t roses. The maid of honor wore n a ov i o white organdie, and e.irrled re 1 i..-. - . w.il. ling m.iri h was from I .. .lieimrin v i ii ,. r. .1 bv Ml-s l .a-, v ,t I n i l.t j i'l .i riv .ell ni el lo t nitliwr l - it 1 'ft' p.ni i' win t i'n UP lit 1 1. r vm n, Hiv Geov i i s of I uiilngt ni vv ulcd tl ni iiMd i' h c r i i ir i s r" i i n w s. 1 whig lb cm ni l ' l i MO' W s) j -'Hill tit 1 k, dur vv I ll re