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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1901.
5 THE OLD BEE HIVE An Excellent Showing. DRESS and SILKS. Different and hotter. Different, because the styles have changed in the weaves that are popular ; ditTerent, because you can choose troin more dress patterns of entirely exclusive styles. Better, because the variety is larger ; because the values are bet ter, and the new ideas are given more prominence than hitherto. In fact! This showing of New Fall Styles makes us feel that we have excelled all previous rec ords for good taste. P. S. We sell Haskell's best and celebrated Silks. The High Lace Storm Boots. THE OLD f1TiTlT7 TTTil CITY AND VICINITY The training school tor nurses at the Funnj Allen llospit.il will oj en October 1. WS Mt'irm: I'hi'odnrc V.. Hopkins has been Judd Co., of New Vork. Tho author Is taken tn a ho.pli.il and It Is feared he may Prof. F. A. Waugh of the Vermont ejtperl 1' vt .i run of tjt phold lover. inent station. Hon Itobert Roberts an 1 Mr. KoherU ar rived nt Now York on the I.ui-ania, on Saturday, from their tour In F.urope. il b.m T. Htjckwcll uas In court Frt l i and was fined J3 and costs for Into.xl cntl'ti There nre 20 prisoners in Jail at present, some of them awaiting trial in County Court and others serving sentences. The Slate Hoard of Pharmacy will bold an examination for candidates at the Van Nes Il i.ise on Wednesday, October nt 1 ( 1 i k In the afternoon. I'ev and Mrs. J. H. Metcalf have issuol ards for a reception at their home obi Pearl street next Suttird.iy afternoon and e . in!ng. The St. Jean I'.aptlste Society of St. Jo- ph s church Is to attend the high mass r. i'i u m., "n Bund.iy In u bod as is t tr i itom annually. T'ir funeral nf fiiorge II. Sc.tibo will be 1 el tl.i- morning at S o'clock at St. J.. f i 'i - i hiin li. The Interment will be mudo In M'-' .nt Calvary cenieter M O Bout.-elle p.ild Tburibiv a fine and CO-.I imiitintlng to JSO.fi'J for furnishing in t x' Ming llciunr. He recently completed fcenteme of ten days In Jail, Orlllo fi. Wheeler, who left Purllngtnn a few days ago to enter the employ of the New York hifo Insurance Co., bus ben nt signed to duty nt Pittsburg, Pa. Al'.rzn Taylor, n stone cutter of Harre, ille.i a p'titlon In bankruptcy Moi.dav. 1 1 liabilities aic $."14.n.' and his nsi.eis 1 all of which urc claimed to bo ex em t O. It. Alb.rd nnd Alien P. Allnrd con veyed Meneiny to nust.ivo Plmnvs and nlfe j r-perty on the corner of Hlmwood avf'i ic and Allen street for a eonsidera tim i-f fii'n 13 Allen, Delbert H. Allen and if ml Allen transferred Momny to C h. I .' K Johnson land nnd resldencR on Alri M -M avenue, south of Oram street fir a C"n.-iderntnti of .100. As n result of the nxtr.i amount of news mat. r being bundled hy the Associated Pre b.rn i'-v. of ne deith nf Pre--tdi-nt McKlnley th' wires have been crowded for the past few nights. Tho highest nural o,' To clean up twenty-five patterns of all wool ingrain carpet, I have selected the same from 75 cent quality and offer them from now until gone at 49 cents per yard. Lyman P. Wood, Carpets and Wall Papers, Bank St., Burlington, Vt. 3-PLY ROOFING BUY THE BEST It is tho cheapest, as it requires less care and the cost of applying is no more than that of cheap stock. Monarch Brand, Good Heavy Article for $1.25, Medal Brand, Wire Edge at $1.40. JOHN A. Bf ANSON & CO. 8 Church St, IIAIIDWAR13 IIIJADQUAIU'l'lUH, Established 1855. The Largest Our Showing of Trunks, in the I vji i pa, State, t Suit Cases and Shopping Bags. A .new department but already a grand success showing how well people rely on the truthful state ment that we sell these goods un der price- Those $1.50 Corsets $1.19 for Have proved beyond a doubt all that we have said or claimed for them. They are in every respect equal to tne fj.oo corsets so free ly advertised. Then, being of me dium shape, they are more com fortable than the extreme styles. A $3 Boot for $2.50, made as nearly water-proof as it is possible to to make a first-class shoe. Every size and width in stock. We pronounce these the best you've ever seen advertised or offered for sale. BEEHIVE. i of words received during any one night up to the present was :'0,00n. Tuesday night's record reached the total if ;i,0i) words. I A petition In bankruptcy was llled yes terday by Kdward M. Plnney of Spring Held. His liabilities are i22H2 and his ns tcts ffCI, of which JL'tO Is claimed to be ex empt. An attractive looking new book of :."0 pages has lust been published by Orango Principal Isaac Thomas of the high school has received word of the safe at rlval at Hamburg or Mrs. Thomas and daughter, Julia, who will spcnl a year in .Germany. I The Chateatigny has discontinued her , daily trips to Wc.stport nnd return nnd from now on will land nt that place and Intermediate points on two days of tho week only. The New England Telephone & Tele graph Co., have about 40 new subscribers who will have instruments Installed soon. When these nre in there will be over 700 subscribers to the exchange. J I.ouls Plchelte and Miss Kmllle Provost. both ot this city, were married at St. Jo I seph's church Monday morning at 1 . o'clock by Mgr. J. M. Clonree. They nro , to reside In this city on Archibald street. I Mrs. Delia Whltcomb, nged 7S years, died ISr.tuidny night. 'I lie funeral was held Monday afternoon nt 1:30 at the home on Drew street and the remains were taken to (l';?cx Junction for Interment. j The party which has been at McVlek ar's camp at Malletts Hay during th I summer returned Tuesday to their I homes In Montclnlr, N. J., and vicinity. About (10 people have been nt the camp. The King's Daughters' convention, which was. tn have been called In this city Sep tember 24 and has been postponed u.i tll the latter part of October on account of the Haptlst convention. Invitations havn been Issued for the marriage ot Miss Kugenle S. Hnusseau nnd Joseph A. Jordan. The ceremony oc curs In St. Joseph's church nt G:M o'clock 'I iiesclny morning. Sept. 21. Miss Josephine A. Marshall, who gradu al, d from tin- I'nlverslty of Vermont lift June, has secured a position as Instructor In a Philadelphia high school and has left Hurllngton to begin her duties. P. O. Ray leave next week for Cornell I'nh erslty, where he is to take a courso In the law school. He graduated from tho I'nlverslty of Vermont in 1W and was ad mitted to the Vermont bar last year. The seven months' old daughter of Mr. and Mis. S, lirodeur of Harrison avenue died yesterday morning Tho funeral will be hell this afternoon at " o'clock from Burllneton, Vt. For? fit. Joseph's church with burin! In Mount sett of Enosburgh, Victor I. Spcnr of linn Cnlvnr.v cemetery. I ilolph, Alpha Mcsxer of Hochcstcr nnd C. O.vlllc rs. Wheeler left Friday night for1 0"?XVlr,tLrn!K?r M''9' New Vork rlty, where ho will enter thn f "ccomp.inlcd her husband, employ of the New York Life Insurance. The romnlns of Mrs. Helen lcs, former compan;,. Later he Is lo be sent to porno ly n resident of this cly were brought ejutsldo point ns cashier of a general , here from Wnlllngford on the 11:25 train agency. I Friday mornlng.lTho body was Immediate- ., ,. ,., ,. , ' ly taken to tho chapel at Lnko View ceme- or Dcslltnto Children were Riven an cleo- for TherV were about rle car ride yesterday 75 and tl were taken to Ktpcx Junction and out North avenue. Jumtlon "have Issued Invitntioiis ! for' the marriage or their daughter Adelaldo to Mr and Mrs. S. D. Tenehotlt of ICscx Fred W. Whllcnmb of this . Ity, at tho Coi.BreKntl.mal church In Hssox Junction , , - .i., 1,,,. .... ut "..'JO p. m, Wednesday, Oct. Hartley Durant was In court yesterday charged with stealing brass, rubbers, hot- tlc, etc. from Howard Park ami other places. Several of Ids comrades were sent , t-j the Industrial School at Voigenncs last week. The case against Durant was cnn- .Iniled for one month. The day work which has been In pro- press on the breakwater for several weeks' will be completed this week and work on the contract job will be begun. The con tract work extends couth from the cement breakwater laid last year. The school of Instruction for grand lodge ..Ulcers and district deputies of the 1. 0. 1 O. held at the lodge rooms In this city Tuesday afternoon, wns largely attended The Instru. tlon was given by Clrand Mus ter S. It. Write of Hyde Park. Ocorgc- II. Scnrbo, IS years of age, died of .pll.ptlr tits at 7 o'clock Tuesday 7 "'I :"r rr uo i ... ,. ... .. .... .... .. .rV'V...V.V. vl . ,V"".'" , .1 ... ,i,V ,,V, ..V. , ; J..'i"' ihuicb till- morning nt S o'clock. J. K. Traill of this city In a letter from Murrain says the crowd In fmnt of the Ity ball Sunday afternoon was ho large tl'-tt be hail to stand In line over four hours awaiting an opportunity to view the remalns of President McKlnley. The case nf Mrs. Nellie Harrows vs. Kate Spauldlng was decided Thtirsdiy by Judge Hawkins. The suit was brought to , recover f r u bicycle sold to tho hitter, son A Judgment was rendered for the defendant to recover $1.31 in offset. Deputy Sheriff Hallou went Thursday to1 JWaterbitry. taking with him Henry Tur- ncr, who was placed In Jail for making n .disturbance In Colchester. Turner was , committed to the insane hospital about a , year and a bnlf ago but was discharged ns cured last April. I , , . In probate court yesterday the will wnn filed in the estate ot 1 homas Cledgo of Col cnester anil a hearing was set lor Oct..- ber .. In the estate of Louis Seymour ot (olchcster, Alexander Seymour was up- pointed administrator ond 12. C. Oermaln land l .C. Dowd appraisers. Miss Mary W. Rus-ell of this city has been appointed assistant at the Kdiniin Is high school and began her chiles yoster- ilny. She N a gradu.ie of the Hurllngton high sehohol nml of the. t'niveisltv nf Ver- mont. For two years she has been a sue- iiesstul teacher in tlehford. , . l-.va Lacross. who was in City Court on '.Tub f for breach of the iieace, was be- ,i0 not want to let it pats without ,i to fore Judge Hawkins again Tuesday, the mark. 1 own live of the-:.0 sbar. s of stock case haying been continued until that In tho Queen city Park Asso -iath.il. K.ic. m-. I he respondent was recognized to Mmru Is valued at J10... I also own n elc.ub.e ; the city of Hurllngton In the sum of ?50 oe cUiln ns well as two lots toutli. Your ion condition that she keep the p.ace. honor. Dr. Smith Is president of that r P- Henry LnFrancc wns In Cltv Court Frl- fln"s ,,'"'"t w"" " 'h'.'t,' which hIIO-as day for Intoxication. He pleaded not )lim lo i,!-s''ss $150 eae h year per share and guilty but was found guilty and tin. d $ " loolts ns tllnKtl he was trying to ass. ss I and costs nf $1.1.75, with n'u oltcrnnth o ,ls fr0In 11,0 grounds. At thtec ditTerent I sentence of ten dnvs In Jail. He InsWted times he has assessed tins stock, cast ng that be had not been drunk and said lie 1,,s 1)ln(-k of 27 shares ,n one. not 1 had not drank nnvtblng for ten years. withstanding tho act of October 15, , 1 SXT. which says only two-thirds of the Mary, the two months' old daughter of stockholder s present can do so. At the ,Mr. nnd Mrs. William 1-2. I2s1es nf Ferguson minimi meeting August Ll he attempt, d to avenue, died Saturday morning. Tho fun- assess the stock again but not h.ilng 1 er.il was held Sunday afternoon at 1:10 votes enough could not succeed. The o clock nt St. Joseph's church. Mgr. J. M. v........... .I'l'i uiu i.uii.ii wu! iiinu! In Lake View cemetery. The suit of H. L. Kent against Dr. 1-2. Kent Parker, which wns to have be. n l-rnrl in City Court Thur.sdry afternoon, was postponed because of cases at County l ourt In which the- attorneys were Inter csted. The time for filing an amended eieci irallnn was i xti-iide.l. Tho funeral of Lottie Ration was h-11 yesterday morning at f o'clock nt St. Jo- reph's church, Rev. J. M. Coalluiel ofli- . i ..mug. i oe itucrnieni was m.uie in (Mount Calvary cemetery, the bean rs b- nig lour scnooiinnies oi ine utile girl. .Mgr. J. M. Clonree conducted the committal services. Tho various city olllccs were closed Tiles, day during the hours of President Mi Klnleys funeral at Washington. Many of the stons nnd the links also closed. To- 1 day the manufactories, schools, ofll-' ces, stores, banks nnd nearly every plnci of l.uslni ss will bo closed dining the great er part of the day. I Tho annual meeting of the stockholders Mrh- Truax of ICsscx, Mr. IIar.lv of Ma of the Hurllngton Cotton Mills was h. 1.1 lone. Mr Wlthe-H of Montreal, Mr. Isli.un Tueslay. J. II. Gat. s. Edward Wells, It. (1. of Wllllstnti, Mr. Clapp nf Hurllngton. Mr. Seversoii, .. E. C,ate, H. II Smalley ai.d At wood of Chittenden, Mrs. Hurland of Henry Greene were re-elected directors J. Port Kent nnd Mr. Mnxhani of Lutll..w, II. Gates was re-elected president, Mr. u" of whom are stockholders. Only last WolN, vice-president, and Mr. Seversoii Friday In the Rutland depot he met Judge, secretary and treasurer. ' Cn.ssrtt c f Wnterbury and abused him . , , , ,, . ' sh.inu fully, calling him a traitor, liar Mrs. Anna Andress. ngrd D.lyears, died at , n,1() scoundrel; damning him to a Mnnd n ..clock Thursday morning nt th- res -' c,ui n-i,n i, ,...it.i ,i. .... ib-nce or her son, J. C. Andress of ir, North Henil street. Death was due to old ago and n shock sustnlnod last we-ek. Tho !(T-iiins wero taken at 1 1 Satin dry . morning to Mrs. Andress' old home tn Mlt. ton, where funeral services were hld iil'i 4lliv III. Ill illilUi:. The general eommlltro having In chargo hooks we now have a true copy and tlutl tho appointment of sub-committees for th llu' ross receipts to he $S5,000 ami ah. ut coming fair of St. Jos.-ph's church has an- "5.,ino worth of property at the park not nounced the following aimix-incnt and re-1 "oUI- nso ,lml "hout H5.KH) In wills l'reshment committee: Joxepli Panuette, (.', un1 deeds which have never been credited Jlulr, It. Oullette, A. Anrttl. I.ouls l'lno ,l' 1 to association at all. and he has as A. Oliigrns, A. Oliver, William e'.iyea ami fx'i'tor not even filed his Inventory with J. G. Hacon. Miss use I.avlgnc- has In en tn" '''ffrent Judges of probate of the dlf nppolnted tn have chargo of the Ice- cicut f ri "l ''"ll,,lloH- rit which 1 havo hero pr- of booth. i In black and white, running from eight to I sixteen years. As the Investigation gucs Mrs. Lena It. Knox, who has 1 ecu visit- on for our report of chancery and as m my Ing her brother, Wnrren Corbln of Urand witnesses are out of the Stato wo would Isle, nnd numerous friends In tills city, ha. ask the continuance until that tlndlng Is le-tiirncil to her homo !n Dundee. Mich, i-nmnti-ln. Mcnnwhlln wo will uilll r-..n. Mrs. Knox is an artist of unusual ability and it will be very gratifying to her, , friends In this Mclnlty to know that her ef-l forts have been most successful and lierl ,work highly commended by talented or I-1 I ties. Among her recent sales were three uukc i.aiiiuiiiiK air um- i-junmnion House, Me has never been collector or treasuier Milwaukee, Wis. imt i,n(1 n(u entire confidence In thoso w o Oeorgc 1'. llradstre. t of Washington, D. !ve held those olTh es. Tho accounts have C, has sent to tho ITnlv-irslty library an ,K'Pn :llllllt,(1 every year by a committee of Interesting autograph letter ot Abraham "ll!0' , ... . Lincoln's, addressed to S.-nntor Kvman , Tho case of the Stato vs. I-red Dixon for Trumbull of Illinois under date of Janun-y '".""ceiiy ot a bicycle was brought up, Dr. 1'i.ira. on the question of the admlssloi lxo'i P ended not guilty 1 ut inter- retract, of rnited States Senators from tho Suite c1 hU nn'1 l'",,,r(,(1 ',"c, t gnllty. 'Um of Loiitlaiin, then partially reorganU-l c;ise was continual for further Investlg.i under a fieo state constitution. It Is a tlm,1 hy. Mnt" attorney . clenn and clear speclnn n alike of Mr. Ian. Col!rt "'1,o;"',, '" 3"ry ua"s coin's chlrography, and of his force of ex. Si""''1 ""itll lYldny morning at 5 o'clock, presslon iTI, rnH0 "f Jo,,n " I nrlier vs, McK.in- 1 non riros. & Co., will be taken up Monday At the last meeting of tho .Ion and He- brew Charitable association theso nlllcers THH HHAt'TIKS OK Atrri'MN IN VKIt were elected for tho coming six months: MONT. I'resldent, Kouls Alpert; vice-president. (I--.-om the Woodstock Stnndaiil.) Israel iiregstcln; secretary, Mos.s O. Ho. i , , senherg; treasurer. Abraham Cohen; .11-' ' I'" ''"rlj I. i-.Ih who c.uno to t urnl N w rectors, Samuel Kllukovsteln, Samuel I'-"Bln l"r outings In JuH a d (irossman, James S.-lgel, A. it. London August, i.-tumlng nt this time, nn..., t i. and Louis I'tal, trustees, Max Samuelson v,pr '"'"t tluit tlu-so rugged hills and ond Morris Wool. This organization Is of fhatmlng dales hnve In store, for them: Iho n lienevolent nature, its aim In Ing to as- Cl"'1'"4 "f hrllllant autumn foil igc, Invlg slst (Urangers who come to this country. ''tlng niitumn atmosphere, grandly in spiring views of mountains nnd Intervales Lottie, tho twelve years' old daughter all clad In gorgeous colorings of the Cre i of Mr and .Mrs, Mcdcrick l.nnnti, dlecl at tor's c arnival season. To live Is glorious her homo jn the corner eif C.dur and La- amid these scenes, when the langour and fountnln streets at 3 o'clock Monday af. discomfort of oppressive bent gtves wav tcrnnon. She had been 111 for about seven to the vigor and inspiration of crisp, bnic months nnd had been a great sufferer, her Ing ulr and such alluring pleasures. Sure Illness terminating with appendicitis, Sho ly Vermont Is a delightful retreat from was ii blight and winsome little girl mid the Insufferable hent of bilele walls and before her slrknesH ntteniled the Lawrenco payed streets In midsummer, but nw-n llarnes s.-hceil. Thefiiiier.il wus hold more delightful Is the autumn season w hen Wednesday at 8 o'clock at St, Joseph's nature relat.-B her Intensity; the ileitis an. church. yellow for tho harvest ; the white frtvt crisps the nlr; tho bright sun tempers tho Superintendent nf Streets Herald Btev- dny. and the harvest moon glorllles tho ens and City Knglnerr II M. Mcintosh nighttime It is the time when man thrllU havo gono to lliilTnlo, where they will at- with accumulated vigor, nuil rejoices In tin tend lhe. Intel national Cinigre-ss of (lend gloilous environment which his Creator iioads, wlili h la to bo held during this has fashioned for his pleasure week Mr Stevens Is one of tho six dele- gales appointed by cinvcmor Stlcknry TomoKo Cowspny, uso Slinrploscroara to represent Vermont. The others are Separators. Hook "Huslness Dairying" Charles W. Gotta of Franklin, a. H. Fus-li: Cat. 300 fro. W. Clrostcr, I'a. ''f' "?.. l '"alf officiated. Albert Dubrulo and Miss Scllma. l.c- tnlettx, daughter of Napoleon Lcmlotlx, woro mairled Tuesday morning at 8 J?W' ???. '-', ' " " " " "", 'S, Sc 1 ,t- while chiffon and wore a white Hat. In her traveling dress was of gray with a hat to mntch. After a weddlntt breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Dubrulo left on tho 11:10 train for Ottawa, where tho honeymoon will ba spent. 1'pon their return they will rtsldo on Kim wood avenue, TDHIIDI V AT nllCCM PirVDABW I iiuuulu ni uullii uii.in.iiM D. W. U. Clapp Flnod For Broach of tho I'ouco and Makes n. Statement. Tho case of tho State vs. D. W. C. Clapp, for breach of the peace, wus reached yes terday morning In County Court. Mr. Clapp wus not In court at 9 o'clock when the caso wns called and ball of $:ou. which has been furnished by K. M. Horton, was forfeited. Mr. Clapp was found on tn street a few minutes later nml brought 1 I... ..- I .1 1-.. f,-fl II... K .tl j Jllkll LUtll l ilim lilU UIUL'I JIM IVIllllft tH" was cancelled. 1 ne inun'imciu hmhiu ' ' t ." . ri.x iMiiuvr- i-ji mf.icu i r. K. A. Smith, llev. J. J. Lewis and oth- crs. Th3 disturbances were at Queen City i.arl aa In south llurllngton and were committed on August 0, 100n, July 0, lttd, duly 10, 1MI, August S, 1901. August 1M1, and Sept. L', 1901. A Jury was empaneled and Mr. Clapp pleaded not guilty. Later ho changed his plea to guilty. IJcforo sentence was pro- not.nccd State's Attorney Mower made a brief argument for the State, which was followed by a statement by Mr. Clapp. At the close of the remarks of Mr. Clapp the -. ,.n,,ri r. ln ,ii. CU9S lhe C.1R(, nd ,atcr ron(k.r(.d a dccls- ,on nnl Mr c, ,;5 nnd costs, to be ,,,,, ttthl, 2i ll0llrH, Tno riflI)0nclent paid. ' Clapp's remarks to the court told his side of the controversy at Queen City 1ark wprf ns follows: "if the court Please I think I know now why Mr. Cal- In:l" came to my cottage and strung a rop- ,l,r" u'ans In front of mj property m- Mead of turning below .it the old turn. I think also your honor that I know n iv the lcn.sori ImrtrufT came to my premls-s ,, ,)llt 011t lllP KhtM ,,3ft my KUe,ls in ,rkness and also the reason Dr. ICr.i rimttn (,allf.(, ,m mP t mv c.pUKr, llt 7 o'clock Sunday morning, when 1 was read- )ri lht. Svw York Herald on my own plus-.. 7M uvn(. lin(.;1B0 not nt t0 be rcpeatei herc- When Dr. .1. J. Lewis objected to our Protest against using the property for llls fnvn personal gains, I said to him: ",1r) not 1,0 it for If you do the town grand J ,rt"" wl" P"t us in lortaxation." There w i3 " dWcourtooiis language us"d on either side. Y'our honor, my indictment is ines' i-. i-mlniv n frnH ivm ,i... i...ii.,,r ,.i r Tho m-etlng adjourned until the next .In i in inni nay ur. Hiiiitn gave away or us-un- eu is snares ni ins stoc-it to U dirr.-..nt Persons and brnngbt them Into that in. . t ing to vote. We claimed the action ilb g.il and it was not disputed by Mr Smith's attorney. We- askid for an a. - counting of the books as tin reports had , ,nilde for years but the dln-cteu s i c- fus.d us. We then d.-nianded the books by law and got them after lots of pntle. we nave nati six aceniiutnnts on th. in s-iu-.. Di. Smith took the 12 new stockholders ami . i-i ,..1 them iut n in..-.,...-.. ..in and then at Ids cottage. When 1 m. t them in his presence thov would sav: -Why don't oi tell Mr. Clnpp what we are going to .In to him.' They then took the ilium corps to the grand Jury and they earned $1.1-1 pr head handieimely. Now then at the accounting room, as Mr. Hortnn knows, we often adjourned to get rid ot abuse and Interruptions, i:ery opportunity Smith has had he has shame fully abused ,li-. Webb of Randolph. Mr. Ciossttt of Wnterbury. Mrs. Rnslwo.i.l ot Wlnoi.sM. John Enstwoo.l of in.i.i-ki. still. When lie railed the grand old linn a thief, Mr. C'rossett said. ' To you call me a thief?" Smith replied "yes." Ho said this because the old man was one of u:i who wanted an accounting and wanted Smith to pay Into tho treasury moneys due long nga V our honor, having the sl-c accountanls almost four weeks on tho tliiue tn breach the doctor's peace, which ls most assuredly right and consistent ,,,,,,,.. I!Y lm ,,.,. hlAluil'.M li Ult. SMIIU. Dr. Smith said lo a I-'rec I'ress man that there Is no trouble with the books. WEDDING AT THE CATHEDRAL. Glinrlos H. LtmoRo and Mra. Mlnorvn. Dnvonport Marrlod Yoatordny Morning Chnrlcs Ilcnrl Llmngo and Mrs, Minciva Jessica Davenport were miirrlcil at St. Mary's cathedral vestordiv morning ut i o'clock, the ceremony being performed by Hov. J. 1'. (Hills before) u large nsscmblasu of friends and relatives. The bride- was gowned In pink crepo da chliio with white chiffon and silk trim- mlngs. 11. r hat wns also of white chiffon and she curried a bouquet of white ators. Her bridesmaid, Miss Margin ot O'Nell, wns nttlrcd In white mullo and the mnld of honor, Miss Mlnnlo O'Nell woro a ulm- liar gown. Hoth woro Hock hats and cir. j rled asters. ildwnrd Llmoce. n brother of the L-roora was best man and J. W. Farley and J. O, lieckwlth acted as ushers. Tho march was played by Miss Jennlo Bacon and MI.h Hani Corley rendered two solos during tho ceremony. I' ..Mowing tho ceremony a breakfast was 1 resident, served at tho home of the bilde on Peru In China Hall strips of black, white and Mrcet and Inst evening from 8 until 10 a purple are Used effectively surrounding a reception was held at tho now home of draped portrait, beneath which Is a cr.n Mr. and Mrs. I.lmogo at 60 Peru street, cent f aster with ting on either Ide. when a largo number of friends called to W- (1- Iteynolds1 coiner window Is made extend good wishes, Thev were also tho to 'ook attractive with muslin curtains and recipients of many useful and costly a draped portrait. presents. The young couple left on the 10:06 train Inst evening for a brief honey-, CABLE BROKE, O. M. Lord Foil Throo Stories in an Elevntor-lB Seriously Injured, The brenklng of a cable on the elevator at the warehouse of Henry, Johnson & Lord yesterday morning .it about 10 o'clo k nused O. M. Lord to fnll to the basement three stories below and Indicted Injuries which may cause his death. The elevator has been In constant uso and only about half an hour before Mr. Lord attempted to ue it nn employe) of Allen, Young & Co., .vent to the fourth floor. The elevator fre iiucntly has heavy loads but yesterday when tho accident occurred there weto only two hods of coal aside from tho weight of Mr. Lord. When Mr. Lord was picked up from tho floor In the basement tils feet wero under a platform beside tho elevator and the ankle werp bidlv bruised Me.1 leaf ibl wn, Lord was token t H,n Mrv i.-itr.,or . . - j . . . rely from the shock to his entlio system and 111 effects are feared from this cause. It Is not yet known Hospital where an examination was made. n " , V" T ,V1 tn nn t t mm . IKnnc" Vas also aDnar" lo, s"n 1 It wns found that the right leg was brok- J 'e 0bfotl, ',clIr 'mo.Jnin-r S'r'y n , t" 1tr,aI,!i-cnnlln"",ta in below tho knee, and that both ankle-, i '. , eirapeci n mourn ng. Journey. Tho royal specl.il was pre.ede-1 were Inured to some extent. The , alien? ' a'ifJk lUsplny"d nt ,h" Il0W- ' hour by another special train surrere.1 s..verelv from thn slmnl.- i bio :.u,?"nl . ,anKi ... . . which carried Lord Minto, govorner-K'-n- .... .1 . , . , 1 e.iil v -o. k vt tip it wui.iuw 10 . i, , ' h"e "re Internal Injuries. orlr.,,t (,rapf(1 ,n hlack and bunting. .. Uh,. "w r. i 'i Umt i,m'n,taUon ot, The Petal Telegraph Co.. also dlsnlay. elther leg i III be necessary. ' ,,,.,,, .-.-.i, .,.., ... , , - , , tlvc cable. The break came in the base- tnent near the drum on which the cable In wound. At this point for severul feet the I cable Is badly rusted ami tho l'n.yed ends of the break alo show evidence of rust. The motive power of the elevator was wat er. UNITED STATES COURT, No Civil Cases on tho Docket For Octo ber Term. The docket nf the I'liltcl States Circuit ;.nd Dlstrii t Courts for tho District of ermont was received at Clerk George 12. Johnson's olflco yesterday. No civil ca ses are set lor trial and no etlt Jury has b. en drawn. There will be several cases to come betore the grand Jury. Tho term commences October 1, nt 2 o, clock p. in. nt It inland. In the district court there are 47 Chlnea.j caes. Marvin A. McClurc figures In sevoi, R. II. Lewis In three, Lieut. -Ciov. M. F. Al len In tuo and John W. Krtclmm In two. In the chancery docket then- nre II cases, among them being those of the Rlbbcr Wblte Co. vs. White River Valley Hlec trie Railroad Co.; Do Laval Separator Co. vr. Vermont Farm Machine Co.; John o'P.ilen nnd John C. Shce'um vs. Rutland Rnlli ond Co. et ills. ; Champlnln Con-true-tlon Co. vs. O'Rrl. n - Slieeh.in; 111 re, the Rurllngtnn, Wlnooshi and Colchester Ml Is; McKniuion Pros. & Co. vs. John 11 Par ker The circuit court docket contain niiio Lotter to Ellas Lyman Cc. HurlimjUm, 17. iKar sir: 1011 give run weight ot go,.cl . Hill. an no we .mi incites to a g illoti of puiui inui lasts twice ns long as oiu ian- lonecl palnltt's paint, lend and oil; and allow our agents to sell It on this guiiran- tl e: If you have anj irotiuio with tins paint, cither now In putting it em. or here- after In the wear, tell your dealer about It. "We authorize him to do what Is r'ght at mir expense." We know a dealer in coal, who deliv ered his coal wlh a public weigh, r's ticket (full weight) Invited complaints, and uctually exchanged the coal when complaint wns mi.ele. He had half the business; a dozen firms had the other half. We nre 14C years old. but not too old to sell paint as that dialer fold coal. We like to pay damages when there are any. V .urs truly, F. W. DEVOE CO. P. S. Geo I. Hagar paint in your section. Esiats sells uur SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Short Sketch cf a Burlington Boy Who I Died in the West. A local paper of Phoenix, Arizona has the following account of the death of Samuel Huntington, who was the adopted son of the into Samuel Huntington of this cltv: Mr. Samuel Huntington died at Los Angeles yesterday morning. The liu- I mediate cause of death was angina! pectoris. Mr. Huntington had not b. en lii robust health for about three years. Last, spring his condition grew worse, and about three months ago he went to the sea coast, There was no Improvement, hut cm tie. contrary a gradual decline, and he niado preparation to return to Phoenix the day '"' Ule1' Mr. Huntington cnmo to Phoenix two years ago as general manager of the Phoenix mine. I inter his dlrccii.'ii a plant was put In nr.d preparation was madu lor oneratlons cm an extensive scale. Last winter Mr. lluntiiigton's health grew woise nnd a couple of months later ho wns ceunpclletl to abandon the active man- agciiKMit of affairs at the mine. Mr. Huntington was graduated from I'nluu college In 1861, n classmate of Hon, Charles Lmory Smith, postmaster-general. He was n distinguished member of the. Thetii Delta Chi fi-aternitv. and was the founder of the New York City Graduato lull of that fraternity. He was an In- tlinnte Irlenil nt Secretary Hay a-icl ex-Attorney-General Griggs, both of whom wero members ot the same Greek letter society. Mr. liuntlngtnn was n boyhood and life - lone friend ot Colonel Llst-uni. who wn.s killed in China at Tien Tsln, early In the invasion of the Chlnwo empire by the allied force. When Mr. Huntington pro cured the establishment of a post olllco at the Phoenix mine he obtained the namo of Liscum for it. After leaving collego Mr. Huntington en tered the service of thn Pennsylvania rail road company as civil engineer, nnd cnmo to be recognized ns one nf the best en giuccr In tho 13ast. Throughout his life he enjoyed the iiciiuiilntiince and conll dencci of high railroad olllclals ovcry w here. Mr. Huntington Is better known In pub lic life by reason of his contributions to tho literature of the American Tariff League during the Cleveland-Harrison campaigns. They were regarded by the lengue ns the ablest expcsltlon of the subject of the- tariff offered at Hint tlm, and urn still standard political works. Among Mr. Huntington's Phoenix friends wns Captain T. Connell of Wells Porgo & Co. They had known ench other as boys. Another former nrtpialntnnco was llev, Dr Lewis Halsey, a fraternity and Union college man .) . USA. jlMim t' i ,p H'O Kind You Ham Always BoujM p WINDOWS IN BLACK. Mourning Emblems Mark Many Plncoa of Business., In all parts of tho city the emblems of mourning arc displayed and many of tno windows of business plates show that tin. usual taste and skill have, been Used in tho arrangement. A. F. McCarthy's window nt the cor- ncr of Church and Hank streets pre.-mis im attraetllvo appearance. Tho decorn- tlons consist of shirts, and colli.rs and white anil black handkerchiefs displayed about the window, with profus-o black draperies. In the center Is n portrait of the President also draped, with bunches or blue violets at tho top and bottom, The llurllngton Candy Kitchen has a draped portrait encased In a wreath. Among the most sombre uppearlng win-1 dows Is that of Louis Finn & Co. The dec- orations are entirely of black consisting of nn unbroken background with drapery on' cither side of a draped portrait of tho late i H. Clarkson & Co's. window Is elrnp with black and white good.-) around a .uapeii portrait. The Itoiiil decorations consist of back ground or black and white with two ul.uk mid white shafts between which Is a por- Cjuebco at 0:J0 o cl ick In the morning and trait with Hogs above. lll0 lnHt s0llmJ ttlt fell upo-i their ears I'he- Old lice Hive has a window draped w.ls u cheer fr.,in thn p-opl- banked with bind; relieved by white streamers around tho Canadian Pacill-i Railway d- In the center nn en easel Is a portrait. p,jt. Tncy linci spout the night abourd the In Kent's window Is a drap.il portrait ,ya yacht Ophlr ..nil came nshcre short In front of a ling vlth three muskets y atter ,llnc -, lr.ki ti narrow str. ets -t.i keel on either side. tll(, ower town were Jdrnme-cl with a c. A. Harber's window Is likewise ef- crowd that extend, d from wbnrr to depot fectlvoly trimmed with mourning Hags nnd (,n(. ihe upearan.e, of the young Duko a draped picture. .,,. nuchess wns ,i sign thut Inspired the J. O. Hellroso's window has a flag and people to wild -iitliuslasm. draped portrait. The sumptuous spec lal train provldeil . 3- IS. H. Hecman & Co.'s window Is taste- I1PC;iiy for their l.uig Journey to the p.,cl- fully nrrnnged with drapery against a Mc .oust was in waiting nnd ns soon as ' , ,. 1 mi it uai-K groium aim aroimu u. urapeo L'"'"1' . lhe store of J. , McAuslan & Co. also has a memorial window diaped in good OSte, . r '''-" , " trimmed with black s lk and shows up ef- Charles K. Pease Co.'s window Is IC"1V0'Y fr?m . . y!. ? 1 "P" . . .. no iiornhQniu' vol ntin hnntf nm liin Medical Hall also displays a draped por trait as well as J. J. White. '' Ta" & o- Blvn up a window to i il UlillJCU UUUUtll.. over Shr.nloy'.4 ,.,. WOMEN ELECT OFFICERS, Meetinur of tho Homo Missionary So cloty of tho Methodist Church. The annual meeting ot the Woman's Rome .Missionary society of the Methodist Rplscopal church was held In the cbur. h pai lots yesterday afternoon for the elec tion of officers for the ensuing year. An Interesting programme on Alaska wns con- liu led by the pn ident. The report of the treasurer was of much interest. She gave the amount of money sent to the general fund and the amount of supplies sent to the Industrial Homes and to tho Deaconesses Homes. These deaconesses i.i,., i ,,, t,,, i .v, i i,i Ing for the sick and hungry. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. D. A. Rrndle; first vice-president, Mrs. O. Phipps: second vice-president, Mrs. A. A. Drew- third vice-president, Mrs. Irwin; fourth vice-president. Miss Alice Spear; recording secretary, Mrs. Collins; corres ponding -ecretary, Mrs. W. M. Ripley; on home missions' paper, Mrs. Olds; on mu sic, Miss Alice Spear. 1.ADIF.S' RF.NKVOLENT SOCIETY. The annual business meeting of the La - dies' Henevolent society of the First Hap- tlsl church was held yesterday afternoon at :! o'clock In the church parlors. 'lb. work of the society for the coming winter uitllned nnd the following ofllccrs was outlined were clecte-u: I'lesiue-nt, .Mrs. .;. 1). jnr vls; vice-president. Mrs. W. S. Roberts; L,.,.i'ii.iir,- Mr., 11 Ib.llev .eenwIiT-ee , Mrs ,- r;. safford; directresses. Miss le-nrHo li,,,.b.,I Mrs- v C. W.-irnnr. Mr., . n i.-.,r nn. Mrs. w. C. Rln nel.ai .1 v j ..,1,1 Mru T 11 -I'n.isln.' Wolcott Vt June 19 1"1. 'Dr. S. A. Tuttle: rJf.ar lr:-I ulli to sav to you nnd tho 1 ,,,,,, , hnvff us0ll v01lr llaV(. fouml It one of the best medicines I ecr used for plourlsy, and it has no equal For headache it Is second to none. I don't in tend to be without It. II. N. CLEVELAND. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES, The recitation programme has been sat- Isfactorlly arranged and printed copies of it will be placed In the hands of tho pu plls. I The school has elected new editor-, to ! serve on the Register board for the com- Ing year as follows: Kdltor-ln-chl. f, Har old Gates; associates. Horatio Nyo and Thomas Perry; business manager. Charles , ack: assistants Charles Ii vis and Jcih.i right. All contrllmtlons for this months. Issue of the Iteglster are to be handed in by next Monday. The D class had a meeting Monday noon . ivi iins .i,..-.-, .,.,,.-. ... ,..,...,. i 'f. - dent William I.lnsley; vice-president, May Hawley; Leon Gates; secretary, treasurer, Clarence Hicks; scrgeant-at- , arms, Fcnwlck Wntklns The class foot bull game has been In- definitely postponed. ' . RALLY DAY SERVICE, lmUI Un 1 OLI,vlv"-' j Intoreatlntr Progrnmrno Prepared by 1 Methodist Church Blblo School, , Tho rally day service and autumnal cele- bratlon of the Methodist church Iitbl.i "Chool will be lit lei next Sunday. Tile- UP- caslon w 111 he a festive one and nn excel- lent programme has been nrranged. The mothers and babies ato urged to attend this service, ns well ns tho r.st of the con- ereir-illoti. The nrnurnmme will b,. m fnl. lows: Processional hymn. Pr.iyer. Scripture rending. Singing by the school. l-'acts from tho history of the school. Singing by tho school. Address The Old-Fn.shloned Sunday 1 Scbool. by T-erlov KtniiL-litnn. Address Tho Twentieth Century Sund iv School by Miss May Clifford. Singing by thn school. Address by Hey. .). 13, Mead, The annual roll call. The honor roll call for lWd-91. 1 Singing hy the school. Pacts about the Sunday School t'nlnn. Minutes with the lesson, conducted bv the pastor. Notices. Dn-cology. lHnedlcttoti. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Boars tho Slgnaturo of Lulf7y. O'CC&A'. OASTOXfXA. 'lars tbe lh) Kind Y5'' lws Bauh' 1'. nature of lha Kind You Have Alras BcugnJ SS CONTINENT Duke and Duchess of Cornwall Begin a Magnificent Tour. ENTHUSIASM IN MONTREAL. Stroots Packod With People to Seo the itoyal Vlsltora-Prosonta Medals to South African Votonins-Fostlvl-ties Abandoned In Respect to Proslclont McKlnley. MnnlfMl Kc-nt. IS Tttn t lillie iinrl Dllr hnss r Cornwall Journeyed fron Quebec lo -Montreal to-day ami were gieet. tl with an other uRectlouut.- ilemon-lr.itlui. frntn tl.n i,ni,i.. ,.f r'nnmin ti.lv ileo.irind fr..m tir,y were aboard it went speeding down the. north shore of the St. I.uwn-nco on .... ,, , Mn,r.,i ti, r,o,.i,,i imin wag tll cil;irRn nr Li.'ut.-Col A. P. Shr- won.l. fliinrrlMfnf!nnt nf Ih.. D.ilnitilnn n't. Ikp nd w A ilakf,r nf lno (-linadlan Pa- lire und W. A. Raker of the Cnnadian Pa Unlhvay who will maUp tho entlr- trip with the party, and President c . . . eralj Sir Wilfrid Lnurler, premier; and the tnclnlii-M nf .I.a T.ntnlnlnn pfil.ltmt nnd 1 m0vt n compnnv the two speeded w -- ward along the route. Th.- people cum.' for miles to ye-ll i chee'r or wave a Hag at the Meeting trains, Thr reyal train m-vle but one stop of length .luring the day and that at Three Rivera There a crowd of ISXiO people gathered about tho ling draped depot and the city nlllclals presented themselves at the door of the special car "Cornwall." The Duke nnd Duchess appeared for a brief groi tint: nnd as tho train swept through lhe rail road yard thoy waved their hands nt the trowd. Tho day was perfect and the rule d. un the valley of the St. Lnun-nce was greatly enjoyed by tilt- royal patty. Tho welcomo at Mcntreal will, h was r. ached at 3 o'clock was an ovation. Tho.i s inds of visitors had crowtled Into t'ie cltv t. reinforce the residents and t-r- nil seemed to be massed In tho neighborhood 'VU " .'-- " alef"r.th,e ,r0".ot. he r0'!'.1 ''0',''11? of Place vlger station and the stre. ts ilex " " ' . u. ' , ' 1 their disposal. The Duchess left the train first. Rchlnd hr tmne the Duke attended by tho Duke and Roxburgh and Viscount Crlghton. Tho Duko wore the full ilrm uniform of a Hrltlsh Admiral nnd bis staff were In the uniforms of their respective commands. As the party left the train a battery thundered out n royal salute. Lord Mlnto nnd his sti.rf Premier Lnur ler and tho ministers nnd Mayor Prefon tnlne, garbed in tho robes of his office were In waiting and after the formal pre sentations the party proceeded to a beau- iiiuuy iineoraicei stand In front ot tr." r'.e , V'"' "nPr'- -"Jr " banner Inscribed "God r'ospcr Our L lilted En idre," Mayor Pie- lontalne read an address or welcome. The iiduiess expressed the pleasure of thn peo- " ," u,e; ?' uiko ami pictgc-t ; Ul, r ,0;!l f' crown. , .,. in it-iMuii; reierri.i l.J liir own two prcwous visits to the city and tint of bis father. King Edward In Mi, and ex pre si cl his thinks for th. kindly .reception given 10 mm. .t tne eonctuMon ' of. UlP address 14" veterans of the South j.miiliiu n.u eaiie.i nun I ne s-ianu and presented with n-rsin- medals. As the Duke hand, d inch man his medal h. briefly thank.-d him for his patriotism and valor. The crowds behind the long linns of troops cheer.-d wildly as the r. wi.rded soldiers filed from the- stand. At the cou-clu-don i f the ceremony at the depot the royal party .n- escorted to their car liagts and under guard of a. strong mili tary deta.-hm.-nt driven to the homo of Lord Strati, conn. As they left the depot ".'I school children so costunnd and group ed as to form 'a living union Jack sang: 'find Pave the King " Mllitlam n llnid the giily decked streets and at fr-Ti. nt intervals graceful nn-h spanned the way. Kvcry house showed Its bunting ll ig .r trophy of colors nnd mottos of welcome in Trench and i:ngll.h were everywhere displayed. The progros of the ro il p,Ur through the thronged streets was o prolonged ovation. The mu. nlttinl reception which Is planned for to. n,Rht lu ,,,. of tnp Dukl nnd nil(.hejj abandon. .1 on account of the flcath (lf President McKlnley but the cltv was brilliantly illuminated and there wns a torch light procession and a display of , i owoles. :., ll fe illir til? tli.i even n hut the p.itrl..li.- city kept up its merry spirit until r.ir into tin- night As a further mark of respect to tho American people In their mourning there will If no public functions to-morrow. The Duke is to receive a. degree at McGill I'nlverslty nnd he nnd the Duchess will make a number of private lslts. VKHMONT POLITICS. (Prom trie Bellows Palls Times ) McCullough stock wns nboe par at the mee ting ot tho Fish i,vi,i,,v and (.imo League , M.'roni Ibn PHmL.tnli ir.-rnld i , ! ,r, m , , 11 ",r"m ) "lle '''''" nlu' (,",' 1'"-ku eutlng was lc'!, l,ollVial 'I"'111 ',,,'M antlclpnt. d. Nothing new d.- eloped. .M, sr. .M.t ullough , mid Webb cach had ll. utcii.ints nt wo Ii, those of the iormer being the morn nun.er , iiu nnd active, lloth of these forces arc I apprehensive of the shadow of Speaker il'roctor, who may yet decide to enter the field. The other Statu utile e engaged lit tle attention. A number of State senator ship booms were pruj.ct.d The lake trip was delightful. A thousand etahvart fish ermen and huiiisme-u part. a. I. of the repast . "l Isle '"l Mutt" ""d hstenol to the speech. ,H- Mce-1 n-sl Jent ltnoseeit was of ruurae iiiu ceiui.il iigui-.-. ins picsi.ieni. M-tl heo buzrod busily nil day apparently "t to his embarrassment. "Teddy' as a feature was a sm-cc-s, unit no actual fault could be- found with his "perform- nnce, though many who saw him tor th- !lrst 1,11,8 fl,w stiiintlilng they didn't e pect and nre nut tiulte ic-uly to sa what ,l..,p .lln. ...ih.l... nt 1,1., 1 11.. 1.. . f... laiuiy iiiiuiuL-. ine coniiasi leiwten null und i'resldent McKlnlev, as the latter ap peaicd on n slnillar occasion three jchih before, was brought vividly to mind. The great tragedy of the day gave It a sad ending The Vice-President s bearing al this crisis was above, criticism. Not a few. after tho news from Huftnlo. eMirei-s. ..1 as one reason for dc.lrliig th" life of the President to he spared thut ll would give more time to i-tudy llocscvelt In the light of his possible promotion. PltI-:i-3 MI-3THOD1ST CONl-'Klil-3NCI-3. At the l-'rce Methodist ccinfereni e, which has bei ii In session .it Camden, N. V.. during tho past week the following np. p.ilntiiK-nt.s wen- made fur tin- llurllng ton distil, t: District cider, W. II. Clink; Burlington. Ksm-x and Watirvlllc. D. ('. St.inlon I'larciii-.'vllle, C. J. llcssler St. Arniand, Hillside, Sutton and St. Albans, .' Haldi and O. H Hussell. There were but few changes In the pas. turtles Miss M irv 1-1 Chuinwnth, win has In n fir three youis a successful pa tur at Glo thvIIIc. N V libl not ncecpt n l .istorat lu Miw nf an expeeted it-p-ilntment from tin missionary board to Ycotlnel, India She whb formerly a nurso m tins city. Downs' Elixir. For more than 70 years Downs' Kllxlr has been the most popular cough remedy sold. It Is merit, not advertising, that has given it this wonderful reputation It cures coughs, colds, whooping cough, croup, and nil throat and lung trouble, and even consumption. A full dose ot Downs' Elixir on going to bed, and small doses during the day, will care the most severe cough. Any drug gist will refund tho money If It does not cure. WEATHER GENERALLY GOOD, Crops Ripening- Rapidly and Harvoft ing In Now England General, Roston Sept. 18. The weekly crop bulle. In of tin- New England Section of th Climate and Crop Service of tho Weather Pureau says: The weather of the week has been gen erally seasonable and favorable for crops nnd farm work. During the llrst few days It was fair ond somewhat cool, followed In tho middle- of tho week by hluher temper ature, Increasing tloudin-'-s and showry conditions, whh h continued until the lat ter pjrt of the week, when the weather ugaln became fulr und generally i lear. Crops hnvc made good pr. gress during the week, have ripened rnpldlv, und liar vesting .s now general. With the -x ep tlon of apples and potatoes, crops are ge-n orally satisfactory, and fully ee,ua,l to tin) average seison. Little fnll plowing linn been done as yet. but the rains of the week time placed the ground in good ci -dltlon tor plowing and seeding, which w.ll be begun as soon us harvesting l com pleted. Oraln. Corn has ripened r.tpi.llj an I well, and in cutting Is now general An excellent e n.p and of line qualltv is re ported In all parts of the section annmc of sweet corn has been rush-d, owing -.' Its rapid ripening. Ensllag. corn hm made a luxuriant growth, and th. nMng of silos Is nearly completed. In ntt -cut an excellent crop of bu kwhe. at h s been cut. Grass. Tho second crop of gri- has been secured in excellent cono.lt i n, b .th ns to quantity and ejuulltv. While the showers of the week have iet..rd.d tho 'trying of lute cut grass, the rain a be i very ben.-tli lal to Holds end pisture which were becoming dry In par' of ti-.i section. Pnsturngn and fall folder are I good condition. Fields .ire gr.cn jrd n rood condition for winter. Fruit. Apples continue t.. -'co-- adl . and are geneiully poor in fu. It- 'tin d correspondent-- stating that th w-r! never so po..r and wormy ns nt tins seu son. A very few correspmcb nt -, it pts) of New Hampshire and Verm-, t stat that apples will be a fair crop and of go. 1 quality In their Immediate vl. in t bi t with these exceptions tho apple rr cem to be a failure. With few e-x. ptlcn" c respondents in th. peach section . f i on 1 . tlcut. state that the peach er..j Ml been good. Cranberry picking has com menced in the cr.inLerry seetmn e f Massa chusetts, and n fair crop l-i generally r ported. Some damage nas been nused by sun scald, and during the winter the vires winter-killed som.wh.-it Vegetables. Potato, s are being dug ll all parts ot the wtlnn Reports l,t th crop vary greatly. A few crrosponden's report that the ,eU in their section H good and of e.rellent quality, with llttla complaint of rot, but tne maj. rtj repo-t more or less damage to the crop by rot and smb. nnd that the crop will be ,Rht, or only fair Means are generally reported to hp a good crop. i"Jardns ar in gor-d condition for the season. Tobacco Tobae. o cutting has c t.t nuetl and Is nearly rnrnpl. ted. The crop is g-n-crallv L-ood, nnd th weatb-r has been favorable for Its curing. CHIEF BROWN OF BARRE Tnlns With Buffalo Police of His Trouble ith Anarchists, ntlffalo. X. V.. Sept. 1S. Chief ef Pohc l'rowu of Ham. Vt , called e a H .prlnJ tcru'ent Mull of the Buffalo p., I. e dep rt ment this m. .ruing and talked it' him relative to the ttouhle- with th- .- .- hl'a In Harre i-.-t Deet-mher. w'.eii Chief Brown was -hot in the .il.doiner s' -poscellv bv tin- anart-hlt The B.rr" chief showed Superintend, nt H .It a oof- of the anonymous communication said to have b. en received by a H.irre p liceofi1 clul supposed to have be. n wiltt-n by o. unnrchlst to another settlric forth a plot against the- life of I'resldent M Klnle Chief Brown also Informed Sup-rl- tende c Hull that two years ag. Kmin ;oldm.in stirred up the Italian an j-ihKtf in Barre with inflammatory spe-tch.- WATTERSON PRAISES M'KINLEY, His Own Master And The Master of All About Him. In an editorial on "William M Kir ey" Hi nr. iterson fc.iys. In part 1 t o Conn, r-Journal : "The notion that ' . was not 1- s ow 1 mast, i. and m.i-t. r f all a1, it h.m was singularly at f.n t Nothing . . .,il the better pr ' .- ti.i- i li . u h.- lid. tit y t bis frli nils It is a u. .k man w! kl k- nwuy the? ladder wbe- ' h.is -l.tn'i.d ti the top. McKlnley bl. -w- 1 liims. - grat -ful t.. every round . f il b.dd.i . ' heart he- feared n.. m m - il.dr i t r- n the . ie. -illation and ai i ..ran. .f .11 Ion of power. II" knew ..s f,w ni- . ht known how to sa N.. as if 'eirl'in a favor and to s,nd the suit -r away at leat half satisfied "Critic seeking ti d n him ) Irjh r virtues of si it. sm mshii ..il'.d hun a. c Ii er pollti.iiii And sn h. w-s p t was it only clever ...!ttl. s that Was Able !o l.ol I the govt rum. nt Wi U in hand and kf p it ..lit of a premature dei bu at'..-i .f wir until the mot al b.i-ls of that war sl ou.d . . ele..ilv laid and the people I,- -b rung' y united? wns it only clccr p. hi. s tj pi t the hip of state through tie nreakers whl. h succeeded all wars and to bi i.g 1.' r h.ck Into port intiet and with - ' ' ') Mr.iin that thus far wo can scarce uce v w . at her? hat may betide, what may 1" hid In tin- womb of the future, we know n t . can only Judge the sailing as 'or as w. have goni. The elements m thlcktn ,.-ul grow dark. The skies mav bi ev r si'iead. Perils may gather on ee-rv ' aci. i!ut the sailing hug been to" sm... h ov-r n-as that were so strange l' r itnyi oi y ta denv the luttilil stntesmaiisbip Iwfff. er he may dlaputu tho doctrinal t.ite-m n ship, of William McKIiiIc.n. lU'HAL l'UKI-3 ni-3LIVi:UY IN VKH MONT. (From the Hardwlck Gazette! October first eighteen rural fre- dcl v crv routes will be established lu cruiml In addition to tlu.se air. i 1. In w-.rkl g order. The mote It Is tri.-d. the better It 1 liked. These routes est. I'll-bed, rilna small poi-totlbis will lu- .licontluuod, ntu nine mnll postmat. rs will ro long -r havar opportunity to rend all the postal cards. MARRIED, HAIUtlNGTON-SA VI.KS- In this cltv, Sept 11 b the !te J 1-: Mead Chester? W. llurllngton and Miss Ahhle D Sayles. No Appetite. Want of appetite means bad digestion, biliousness, Jaundice, foul stomach, nlclc lu.idaclie, constipation, nnd a general breaking down of the system. Baxter's Mandrake Bitters nre g-inrnn- it.ed by .very druggist In the I'nlteel Stilt to cuie these diseases or money r f -niled Win tike the risk of 111 health when i suro remedy Is so easily procured. Sold everywhere, In liquid or tablets, at 14 cents per bottlo or box.