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VOL. XXVII. XEW SlvRIES VOL. XLIX. BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902. NUMBER (. C8L HO0KER 0 I'd! End Came Suddleny at His Home in Erattleboro Lust o c Evening. VICTIM OF HEART DI'SE 03 f r CM Wns First Attnc'.cod Two Weeks Ago UutNot Thought to Bo In a Serious Condition Son. Dllllnfrhaiu and F. C. Archibald Address tho Ropublicuns of Brnttleboro. 1 Ji r 1.. . v tie J- i -r.il. George W, -i.c i m tn 111,-lit, shot lly nl .i i iiiii. in thin illnge, of i u i vi. k- mo yesterday l i Col llnokei sustained i . II l 'US' .1-1' llllll III! lllS i . i lii i! .1 v Millcliil n second ul- -ii . ii. hi h.is experienced one il t .in ii k- Imt ili spite tills ho i i..i,-i(l i 1 1 in a m rln, i condition si, .(I, ii ', . n in-night has conic us . i si,,t k i" tin community with ii , .s . nl - i.i I hi' In' hud liccu i u pi'iiioiii' ii 1 1 Id, ntllicd. i Janus I I looker, w.is attending ' I ,1 , ,,i, ii,l .it He ,ii,lil"iiimi r. i to Ills l.iiliei s licdslin .i ml i.e nilllillis .iltef lie lett tin loill lie Ml. . .1,-1, i i - ili .itli. I I looki i w.is ii iii ili ot will a, -M .1 n in itl mi. d .i pimmi'im e - , i in, ti. m. il i- W H .is .Si ili ini- ill ii . in ml. i ,ii.s lie li.nl di v'oli d tnc I ,ii i.l Ins . .i l -41 - I" tin b'llld'lie II ,n,.n'l I.n-li -- "I ti. iiln i. I I'l- it NiiU Ii, II b Itll'U. 1111 icllt till.' .i si. iti Am J ih i -' i i. I r l:i .,i in' ' u i -1 li I- one ol 111 .illie 1 , IilploV lug . t 1 lie 1 I I W .IS pl'l Mil' Ml I.l m.i let III. -ll-I '.I I 1 1 1. I" 'I o .Old ihe - i . latino, il .ill .ilihcl.l, Ills Were St 1 N u A i it. II,.. lor sun of Sntnucl S . i u i.i. i H.iol.i r. was bom .it V 1 i i.. 1 .1S. i,,.,l t , ,,,uuiton schools of Lnn. ml I 1- .-' I, ll.lSlH elllK .Itli'tl W.IS m ., e u lit. ,1 in WiH Uiui ( mi i i i i inn lm .is ,i en ik. h i ,u L. ili nil, iry .Hid at 1'" dows then wcii to Boston -is tr.iv hug i 111. . u, 111, h enlisted as a private !,ii t i.- utid -non ail"!- he i hi ti ii"t In the -pilng t 'en ii til, ( .inuitlssion ol 2d n ml i in. iiiiiiiiii l that of 1st i u i Mu C . o. ,li I, ol Allied, llli he 1 1 i , , .ijii i n . in tii" Hue. mid was I, I I., lln -t , i , i i ,, ii K. il. Stough 1 i..t. th n , i w s . lli-iward truns-i- t ''lit i. i i lii "i 4e .1. .Stanu.uil. J. 1-i.J, ! 'S i.oitlted .issl-ltllllt , ii .mi- 1 I ". inieci's by I'resi- i n. a i ii, I ili.it position until 1 ti l out, with the lunk ol lieutenant. in I-',.. !i. r tlu triumphant clusi." l i strnjcli 'I'l'UUl Jlooker 1 etui lied i ' .iid tr i . (l throutth the eust-w.-telti St il s III the HUillK of idii.i'i' I ,- j'liilor parttii r ot - ir ,.i Wilu .in I',. !di n A: Co., hankers, k'l-. n N Y.i v in IfcTii he u i lir.itM in no, winch had shite , ii , . I r,,k. r n ill, pi it,, h, 1 i w i i tl ., ! . Ill ' I.. I ill' i, I II fill. , I .1 11, 111 i ii Hi d a patrolt ic in I .lit. ills ot his adopt w.i.s .ippolnte.l , hiel k ..I . ., luni I, hv (!o- II. w as ii delt-tiiite- i.Hi.il r, puhlicau con hm1 In me snnio year 1 "I the national ie- i' ( "inmiil i In ihc mil of I.vmi in .' ii lo r, pi , 'it the clti.ens ot ioi'o ill tut Si ue Ij'Hisliituie, and I in iv-. I' 'iin; the hrst Busaiou Ull.l'lllll..'.l.-i ie, lid JudKU-lMUu- ' i ,1 ill the l.cil-laiui'e. I look i u i- i 'nisi n percoant-.'it- 1 lilt' It (Vim lue II i-. ..f ;, sei.t.ahes at i ii i ' 1 I' 1 1 se ( nth 'iiii- ' ' .' ' - i '. . i. , d. ii.'irtmi'iit ' ' ' ! id Allll ,i ihe I.e. V i l ill. nil n d w ill uln led ' n'r- .r II. .i'si n i i'lii d the i u.jil.m. lit i nomination for tile ' vni, h p, .siti.ulj declined l e 1 "ii. 1 Hm,l.nr w.i niairleil nn the 2th ix to .Minnie (i., d.i.iKhl.-r f i i."ii' Uiyan) i-islie of llrattle- - "i is tin ii uit of their union, I' i-K, . J I It EVIDENCE AGAINST CLEMENT Affldav ts That Votors of Bristol Wnro Offered Monny to Vote for Htm i-uuso SurprlHO at IJrattleboro. I i, it ili ir.r.i, Auk. f.. Tile n nuhllenn rnlle il t'H . in .i-i ii m tills evenint; was ad i i I nlied States SJ. n.itor W 1'. J' 1' I' in I' C. Aichlli.ilil of .Manehesti r . d ( (' I'ltts (if tills town Iiesplti til! i t ii r. w is n Inrttu .ittcndaiHc, tmu mid i r dtizfii- Iii iub pnH'-nt, u ni.irked cuii l i th. number who listened to J, w, ' ' t la heltli.R icpublican ca.ulid.ae, 1M i , ik( licit! Inst week. ''lie lit ikilHilevolcd thiiinseli-nu In slt.iia S I I., tlie puttiiife' of hoks through ll ' 11 1,1 Uli'lliH .Si iiitor JJ.iliiiKhaiu tnoli up Ihe Clement I n. I v of tin lln lease ol Slate lipens, s. nod hrw il ( ..neliislM ly ll.nt tin re was no Kroio ii . r tl,,. nili, ehlllHeH llllllle. .Ml. 3- It ts. I mil d ihe iiiohiblloiy ipicsiion with spt ml ,. .i i, Hon to the bill iiitioihiced by Mr I It lie nt in tin- last Legislature, and Mr An lilu. Id rend hoiiio ulhd.ivlts about 1lu list ct I-nidiit money In th,, prullml- II n . anvahs. Then altld.ultp wore fioni volers In lirin t 1 who swori Hint tliey hud been ollercd inoin to otc for Clement. OUicih fiom J ri 'tol, who sIkuiiI llui Itiitbinil Herald " Its III .out IlllvlIlK recelM il moile) to 'Ppiirt M( CiiIIoiikIi, iiiiv. depose tli.it 1 1 1 u b' iiin ntK tin rein colitiiined an- Inlsti mid iiod thai th' slKiied tin same under a nils up 'i' lii nsloii us to their true contents. Wi.stlirld oter HWearH he was oll'ereil I1 lo ifii an iilliilavlt whii Ii said he was i Id to voir fur either McCiiIIuiikIi or 1'ioe. t '' I lit m allldavlts i-rriileil a sensation I Mr An lilliald said he had mort: tu Jul. WEDDING IN NEWBURY F. L. Havlland and Mae Bollo Ford tho Contracting Parties. N wlury. Aug. One of the largest w 'ildings ever t eh-bratcd In this section oc- iim il at the old Kurd homestead this inoriiii g at IU o'clock when Mae llelle, only dnirhltr of Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Y. Kind, wis given In marriage to Mi rosier laum lliiviland of New York city. The bride was ' ailtlfully ntllied In whlto crcpe-de-cliliie i r whlto tuftetfi, with trimmings of i niin g unci wliitu silk meilalliins the lirl i 'I v il f it mil with IIIIih of tin v.ilb-v J our handled Invitations win Issued in lue mo lit lo i nimediati y Allowing the V Idl'it; c m iv 'i i i I w wi ks sojoitinliig in ihi' Ad' I 'luniks Mr ml Mr lliiii .ml in i Kurd is ,i graduate of I ho Boston Oonservn r mill has bet n ,i very popular true-In r H voiai and HiHtniiniiit.il mi. sic and or f? ri Irtt In leading chuichis in this section. GOLF AT MANCHESTER first Hound for tho Taco'iic and the OnddWa Cups Played. Mnnt hostel. Ant;, (i-lii the llr-t round for tlic T.irnnlo cup In the limiillc.ip turtui nil lit on the Kkwnnuk ionise lo-iluy II, L. l'hlllllis hrnt . K. Iti'hliisoli I tii 3 In pluy. V. C. JliirncwcU bent i:, W. T.iylor 1 up; Clark Ittirtiliiun bent (1. A. White 1 up 3 to piny, S. D. Klttiidge ln-iil S. Iv Walton :i up 2 to play : Willis Austin heut A. 1.. White .1 up 1 to play : A. W. Itl.ick heut II. W. Blown i'i up i! to pluy, ('. M. 'I.irit heut Jnsper Lynch 1 up lii links; ti. 1. Kcllly lient K. W. 1 Imiew Inckle 2 lip. In the second lh I'm the oniliiwit clip Gen. II. Thatcher, Jr. ilefeiited II, II. Dougherty hv (Ii limit; A. K. Kellev heut C. IV Glcghom 1 up; K. W. Chirk 2d. bent W. S. Bcldurs .x up il to l l.ij . It. H. Luke heut P. It. Mill Ihi 5 up .'1 to pin v . II. W. Wright heut Moirls It.illett ," up 4 to pl.-iv; W. 1,. iiiiiitliei hi.it Frank Chirk 1 up and i to pl.iy, J. I). Kost'-r heat C. li. 1'. Alc I'linn 1 up l;i holes. Tho second round will ho played tu-incr-row morning. DOG DAY WEATHER. Sun-jhine and Hlffh Toinpo'rnture llnko Crops (3row, ' llostoli, Auq. I!. The wcdily crop hullet ln of the Ni w IJukIihiiI sei tion ot the ill mute and cmp sertlce ol tile weather bin can sas; 'Ihe week ciulinif August 1th .vus char .11 li I IZ, d h tpu,ll "duK-li.l" ue.lllli'I' Most eol'lespolldi'l.'s ill tile thr e llortllela ntalis report more than an average amount ot sunshine and but little picciplta tion, that which ociiiriid buiiii; dm to statleied locul shoivei-s. Ill the other States more cloii'lluess an-! precipltiitlon prc titled. The temperu till es of the wick show a mull. til and inuch-desiie'l lncirusr abor lllose o the pl't'ietllUK wink, mil M mii rimmiiK lu lweea '.n ami V deuiees lic lllST tepolteil. 'lln- amounts of rulnlall weic urlublu. r.iiiuin tiom none to out two imlies. Some lodnliiR ot main and lorn lesulttil I mm the hk'h winds m ei-iiip.inyliiK loial ilniiiderstoims. but the umoimt of daiiiaKt was not Kt'eut. CUNUIT10N OK CHOI'S. The conspiisus of opinion is that the past week bus been mi exceptionally lu- orahlc. one lor the itilvmiccinc nl ol all imps. in most locnimes then- was an umtuku umouiil ol suushliie, which com bined with much-needed higher tempera lures, gave to cveiythmg a -.utlslactory mouth. In the southwestern portion of the distill I it was somewhat loo cloudy, hut with tile cxi t'ptlon ot southc.istci n Mass. u liusetls and lthode Island, w hcie mom molstuie Is needed, ihc ground is in cxiellent shape tor continued giowtli. urain. It is to lie it-gietled that ioi' slderiible rr and barley that was put In shock in good condition has been rulin-l by spioiitnig. Mill It is cstlm.-ltid that thcie will be a lair clop, although not up to the average. Coin Is now gi owing i puny, lis progtess in most places the past ween being rciuaikable. Tin- iehl of ears will be curtailed b the adverse cnnditloi s ol the eat her part ot tile season, but a In tter supply ol fodder will be nbtnlned inan was expected. t in- stalks .He ery tt nder, lining- to rank growth, and some Ileitis have been damaged by high winds. There is an liu reaseil uerr ige of buck wheat this year and the crop now promises well. Urnss. In the greater part of the dWtilct tile week lias been an Ideal one lor the harvesting of the hay crop, and large ninoiints were put in the barns. The .v ield will probably be above the aveiagi . Some helds an- getting over-t'lpe, owin to the delay caused by lulus. The week lias much improved the condition of llun gailan and millet. With very tew excep tions pastures coiitliiiie lo turnish an abun dant i-ul toed, and reports indie iu- that in e.irl) -mown ileitis tin seiond ciop ot glass has never look, d hetivr. I'rnlt. The outlook for a good crop of upples reiniiliisi pomlKlng. witli ihe cjuep lloll of the pievloiisly-noted delleieney in lSaldwins. In some localities a leaf blight is attai king tin tiees. the leaves tinning yellow and tailing. The Connei tleut pen h clop is it ported as u good shape, vvlili an averagi yield, and, it Is pioli.ible, of good iualu. In jtlier parts il Nt w laig land it is looking fairly well. The p in nop will pi nliii My be ilelleieiil in liotli (ii.intit mid ipiality. liaspberi ies am t omparativt l.v scatce and of Infeilor I i nt 1 1 1 . while hlackberi les and l,lgh-hu-h bluebiiiles will be plentiful. Cranberry bogs continue to promise n good nop. Vt gct'ibh s. Owing to untuvurable wea. ther mid the ravages of insects, splashes and meloiib am not up to the averugc. onions, beets, and turnips me Uniting, with late cabbage In cxiellent shape and an lm leased acreage repoi letl. Thru- Is still i til ii il ii 1 1 1 1 of ins! Injuring tin- bean crop, and tliH, taken with a Irm acreage til. in u-il.il, will (end lo lessen Hit crop. Many correspondents me ioiiblful as to tin- ouli nine of the potulo nop. Willie lust weather conilitloiiS fosu-ied u heavy anil apparently health growth ot vims, it steins that the tubers of late varieties .ue not setting well, thcie being but tew In a hill. The rank growth of vines and cloiidj weather have assisted n spn ail ing the blight that lias .-inpeareil in manv ! localities. Them Is also report of some rot. 1 but dry w. ither innv avail to clink It. ! Tobacco. A tew- toliaet o In Ids v.-eie In jun tl hv hail mid w ind during the we, k. 1 but the majority are growing well, nl i though tlie season Is a trille b.-ickw.ud ow ' ing to too much cloudiness. Tbile ha" 1 been bill little trouble ll'om lilt- Ricell Worm I lis vet. but a week of sunshine Would be apt lo bring them out In forte. Sumatra tobaeio. In most enses. Is bettei than last year. Some topping lias been done. pp. I paratlnns are In ing made, for harvesting ;and curing. It is highly probable that the total yield will bo larger than was estlmal led duller ill the season. Nearly all glow, rs who have tried growing the plant under I Hhatli. an- i nthuslastlc In theit praise of 1 the method, mid lliem Is no doubt but what another season it will bo adopiid mure gum i ally. V V. 1 1 M O N T P I :Sf ION i'.l trf. Washington, Aug. R. Vermont pensions: 1 pen line, reissue, etc., Ocorge II. I'oolitlge. laint Kalrlield, flO. widows, minors and l. prudent telatlves, Llla W Taylor, Wind sor, 117; I In tl I mil K...Mugnnls, Vletorv, , Aim y A. Harbor. nonntngTnn. Vi, Angellm (1, Wastciitt, Morrlsvlllo, 112. I'A'I'KNT I'OIt A VICIt.MONTKII. Wnshltigtuii, Aug. f. I Inward M. Ilron son, Hrandon, granted letters patent lor mullling u t tu in null t for banjo or other musical Instruments. NATIONAL LKAOl'K BTANPINO. Won. Lost. Pet Pittsburg C.1 20 nrooklyn 50 12 .ul.l Chicago 4X il -,.-', Il'istou 41 IU .ft; Cincinnati tu tfi ,tr.i SI. Louis II -itl ,(-.ii Plill.iili'lphla ti, r.l ,4t o New York 2S IV) ,aS AMKHICAN LBAOIE 8TANDINO. Pet. .r.7i r,:;i 5: i nil Ifi, l.fcl .Iki SI, Louli Iloslou , , i 1'hlladi I h i.l t'hvi I , W ibIim nor l)i lr I Won, Lost . n :w . 17 . 4'i Ml H ,r 12 x If) 4 fi P T. Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES Tho W'nooskl Valley, Vlllagos up North, From tho Island in tho Lake to tho PnsBtinipsic, Along Ottor Crook ond by tho Shores of Wnlto Hlver Covered by Spoclu.! Correspondents. ADDISON COUNTY iVIIDULEBURY. Mrs. (lentge Chalice met with n itci Itleiit Krnliiy atternoi'ii. W hil serious Hding on ii load ol hay she was thrown from tho load and broke her right arm Just ubov the vvtlst Dr. K, II. Martin set the truc- tuicd hone. On Monday, mnikrt day, eggs brought 111 cents and butter 'M rents. A Hoop of cavalry and a battery of ar tillery ll'om Kart Uthitti Allen, under com iiiiinil of Col. Dimmlck. have accepted ai Invitation to be present nt the loiinty fair Sept. :', 4 and Samuel .1. ITefton, a graduate of Mltldle blliy Collige. i lass of IMC' who ha.- been supeivlshi). prolt ssor of the Mauiarniieck, N. V., schools for several .vents, has re signed to become supel'll'telld.-nt cf tho I'I ittsliiirgh. N. Y., schools. 111! Odell, wlio was arri sted ome lf dns ago on the charge of criminally assaulting Chun Ciiige, was bmiigbt before .lustiet O. I'. Moore late Monday ul lernoon. Several witnesses were examined mid he was dis charged. 1:. K. l asst-tt ot Hancock is visiting ins hi other, ti. W. l 'assett, and family. H. K. l'assett of Hancock Is visiting his month s stay In lloehcstcr. N. Y., and vi cinity. .Mr. and Mis. K. K. Uich have gone to Long I'olnl lorn two weeks' outing. ICx-iiuv. Stewart is liome flom a 10 days' slay at Knight's island. I'-rcderli k Hughes has returned I mm a two months' sra.v In New- Yoik. Ml-s Allc, Koikwootl has gone to 1 trend l.oal Inn for u few wt eks' stay Napoleon liouileiiu and sister. Olive, have rt turned fiom a lu days' stay with n-latlves in New York. (1. S. Hlckuison has commenced work on the erection of a building on I light streel which In will us. for a machine shop. lb experts to have II in operation this lull. MlssCicil Child has gone lo I'.ilr Haven for u tew weeks' stay with relatives. VERGENNha. A son was horn to Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Hates of Wot-ioMcr. Mass. .lul.v 2. .Mr. Hales is a son ol Sherilf Stephen Hates of this city. A high wind prevailed in West Paiiton Sunda.v altilliooii, which did nuiMilcruO.e damage by blowing down ieine and level ling corn and ...its. 'l ie w ind was act om pauleil b a tot relit ol tain. Miss iM. K. (loddard has resigned her position as tiacliei ill thu ninth grade and inilslc It .i( her in the Vet gentles graded school aid b.i.- .nt epteil a position ill the public school In Ka- Norlhlleld, Mass.. Will ii sin l.as elltlle lllillgt ol the IllllblU. 'Iheie was a l.iH.. allciidaiice at the speilal meeiiny ol the Lolles' Aitl society ot the Mi t hod ist Church, held at the home ol Mis. C. .M. Oram!., TiicmI.i.v uteinoon. Mis. II. A. Wood and Miss iteitha Smith wi-ie adiuitted to membership. The collec tion taken was tl.Sn. A vote of thanks was given to Mrs .John Gordon and Mrs. Ntvv. ll lm ekentidge for the extra wcik dime b.v them for tin- society. It was de cided that the society would hold a rum mage fait some time in September, the pioceeils to be applied on tlie p trsonago debt mid the tollowli.g committees wem ippointtd: Mis. 11. L. ICIngslmul, chair man; Miss Grace Gordon, Mrs. II. li. Sl.i' k. Mis. T. C. Miildlebiook, Miss Hat tie Wlnslow. Mrs. C. T. S. Pierce, Mis. M. L. Hal ton and Miss L. J. Spencer for city solicitors; Mrs. Joseph Carter. Mrs. K. . Ward and Mrs. H. J. Htlstol, for out ot town solicitors. Mrs. II. K. Young was appointed to take rhaige of the "new goods'' table The next nu etlng of the so ciety will lie held witli Mrs. C. II. Kergu bon, where retreshmeiits will he set veil. Allen liurioiigh of Kciiislnirgh is 111 with tin measles. i: H. Fllnn of Sprlnglield, who has bet n sutft-tlng from an attack of pneumonia whlli a guest at the ltuharils honu-steud In Pai toti, Is better. Itollln T. Woodwanl of Warrensburg, N. Y . was the guest of the Hcv. and Mrs. II. A. Wood Tuesday. Mr. and Mis. Andrew Hnss, who have been spending a three weeks' vacation In and near Iloston, returned homu Tuesday evening. Mrs. Joseph Devoid of Monkton went tn Glens Falls, N. Y., Wednesday, called there by the serious Illness of a six year old daughter of her sou, Kmd Ulshop, The Uev. Norman Seiner, IV IV, of Rut land will tuiupy the pulpit of the Congre gatlonal Dun eh Sunday und probably through the remaining Sundays of the ptcscnt mouth. BRISTOL Ktcd Shnrtsleeves and Miss Nellie M I'reiK h w.-ie inmrleil at the resident e of the In Ide s parenls, Mr. and .Mrs. Clarke French, Thursday altetuoou by II. I Slu t win, justice ol the peace. Tin niiiaitis of George N. Dike were brought here I nun Moirisville Saturday af ternoon. The funeral was appointed' for Sunilav allenioon hut on arilviil heir It was di elded to have tho lum-ia! Iininedlate l.v. It was held flom tho icsldeiiLC ol II. C. Dike, tin- J lev. II. L. Ki-lton olllclathig 1liitl.il was Iii the village cemetery. Mis. G C. Only mid child ol Heuson are guesls of Mrs. Oid.v's patents, Mr. and Mrs. IV H. Meiider. S. M. Gull reports tho morning tempi'l aline for July as follows; 1 Ugliest, 7: degtci's, lowest. IX ilcgries; averuge, HI 1-Jti' average lor. lul.v, Itiul, mifc rulnlall, Juiv I'.iiC, :t ."s Inches, for Julv I'.ml, J IX Ineln s. Tlie Itev. W. A. Kliuio went to I liuilliigton Center Sunday to oilirl.ite at tlie funeral of Mrs. Herlhii llrewsler. Mis. Hrewster was the ynuugest dmighter of .Mm .1. It. Culling of this town.-P. H. Gmw is at liomi Irom n two weeks' visit In Mldillehury and Now Haven. -Assistant Inspictjr of Customs O. It. Houghton was at home fiom Albiugli over Sunday. Post master Hasklns had a force, of men nt work Satuiiliiy night muving the postolllce fur nltuie and llxtiires Into tho new olllce In tlm Draki-I''arr block. -Miss Carrie Pallor son enlcrlalucil 2J ol her frlendii at her 'Kline on West stteet Sutiird.iy evening. Master James CariMI ontertalned a party of his little friends Saturday afleiuiiou. A II Mi time wiih enjiiyed liy Ihe lltllw folks Light refreshments wero kirwil by Mis Oiidell, Tlu' net iisluii wis Ills slttli birth, ila.v .- Charles Mlllleiir, tho bakir, has movid his le silicas from the O'Nuli block Into Ihi icon i va- ited by Ihe poslolhte F J Avetv Is mov ng Ills grocrn' buslnesH do Ins in w ipiiuli is in the Di ilo l ur h' ii l D I M mm a is -if i i oiI hi eon v i I I I to thr Qureii City.-The ell part of the barn of Sorrell l-ellnin, doing snnio diun WIliU house on Hast street Is on Its way j age. Mrs. Letlnm was knocked down. -to Its new location near money Hill.- Dr. I Miss Lillian linker or Cambridge, Mass., Is A. M. Norton, Mrs. II P. Sherwln iindlu guist nt thu Martin House. -The Uev. Miss Jennl? Sherwln went to the Queen Mr. Taylor of Iowa gave a very stirring i uy alimony. .Mr. anil jvirs. vv. in. inn m i .Stnrkshoto were guests of Mr. nnd Mis. N .1. Hill over Sunday. Levi Warner, Miss llnnniih Smul 'is, Ira Norton mid Miss Shirley Morse made a trip lo the top of "I'otnto hill" In Lincoln Sunday. Last Satutilny huttt r brought from 17 to lit cents a pound; eggs, 20 cents a dozen; live poul try, S In 11 cents a pound: potatoes, (15 cents a bushel; dressed petit, ii.M; livo pufk, (j.50. Mlsb Clara Dunshec returned In the ii if i ii ii ii i -mi urMn-i- 1 1-1 in iit-ii tu mi; Queen City Mnnday after n lew- vveeks' va- (iitlon nt home C. K. Hockwood of tlie Queen City Is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ki.d I.audoii. Mr. mid .Mis. K. II. lloyn ton returned to Mlddlehury Monday. The l!ev. G. C. Cady of Hetisiin Is tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. K. Meader. Tho temper atKe lectute by Mrs. Helen (!. Hire of Hoi Ion at (lie Methodist Church Monday ulgnt was attend. tl by a large audience. Mrs. Itlce Is tin Interesting speaker Mrs. O. W. Sncdon Is spending a week with her si-ter, Mrs. Med nil Kartell, in I linesbiirgh II. S. Taylor is In town and will deliver a tem perance address from the band stand on the park this evening, Mr. nnd Alts. K. C Marsh arrived in town Tuesday. Mr. Marsh Is now- with the National Casket company. Mis. Marsh will remain here for a time Mrs. I!. L. Smith Is recovering from n se vt re Ijltiess The boatil of school dlrectois mo having the Interior of the graded school building painted and varnished. They will ui.so paint and repair tin- school hotist on Prltm hill. Mr. and Mrs. l-'rank Ketcrs., Miss Alice dadoing and Archie (Ihiilding took a can luge drive W'ednesda through the south part of the cinintv. -Mi. an, I M,s. C. S. I'alge and daughters left Weill. '"day morning lor their new home In Antrim, N. H. There was a large attendant e of Odd Kollows and Kcbckahs at their hall Tuesilaj evening. The oei.oion was ther regular meeting and a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. C. S I'alge. In the suit of I). Ii. Meader vs. .1. A. I'onle hel'oi'e Justi' o II. I . hiierwin Wednesdav, judgment was reiidoted for the plaintiff to n cover St" M damages mid 7 rosin. W. AI Cooksnn of Washington. IV C. postolllce Inspector Is In town. II. (1. Mailings, who hud hli bg broken several weeks ago. is out on (Hitches.-Mis. Kllza M Trai v ili. d at tho reslditiie of her son-in-law. S. IV Kurr, aliout 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Mis. Tracy had been in poor health for solii" time She leaves two clilldtcn heir, Mrs. S. P. l',-u-r and C. U. Mathevvson. Notiie of luneral later. LINCOLN. Mrs. Helen G. Hke of Huston, will spe-ik to the children of tlie town in the I'liion Church, Thursday August 5th at two p. in.: also at tin- satin- plan- In the evening at 7::.n. subject, "Prohibition versus License.' 1',. S. Taylor will speak upon tlie same sulu ject Wednesday afternoon. W. L. liutter tield's family gave u saert d concert in Good Templars Hall, Tluu-duy -veiling. Ills entire tninllv consisttd nl innisrir, wife, four daughters und tim e sons, with the addition ol one son-in-law and a daughter-in-law. took part Tin- pro gramme consisted of solos, duels, quar tettes and choruses. They showed laml'il propniatlon anil a knowledge ol mush Among tlie numbers itiitleted was one. tho words ami music of which weie i ompoSfd tiv Miss Jennie Morgan of this place. "A Mother's Love Is ltfi ter than Gold:' Mr. Ilutterll.-ld lias letl Ihe i holr brie for 40 years. Miss K in ula and Lewis lit ami went to Malone. N. Y. Wednesday foi a stay of two we ks Mrs. John Whitney of Hrlstol was the guest of Mrs. Wallace Karr. Thursday. Odell Hstcs Is at home from Fei rishiirgh. with a sum arm.-Miss Ada K'lrs enter tained the Juvenile Tiniplars Thuixduy af ternoon. The party numbertd 'M . lee t ream and cake wore served and the little folks pissid i most citjo.vuhlf a.'teriioon. Miss Fstes has lecettlly Deen nipointed (hlof templar and Is manllestlng much in terest in the organization. . W. Mot gun started for the Pnrlfle coast Monday lie expicts to vDt frietuli 'mid itbillvis inseveinl Western Statts. re- tuniliiu .linn I Oetoher. 1. Mi Gertrude Pel 1; of Gnoill'iuil. led., m il ,MIs Cor i Paul ot lierks'iire. were at the Lincoln House nvei Siintliy. A party of young pe ipl, rrom this town and Htlstol went up Jit. Allium Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. Orville Kstis visitO(i at L. O. Thoinpson's In Wey bihlge in ei Sunday Ashley Fair was nt liuine flom Waltliani Sunday. Daei. 1 .Mendel of Moul-lon e.'illed on several old fi lends lu re .Saturday. Although In his '"111 year Mr. Meader is very active anil well preseived In body and mind. -Tin lain of Sntnttlay night had something of i tiniiii't'iinm fiii't i upon me social inoiign u gooti companv was present nnd a pleasant social time enioveil. Kighl dollars and 10 cents were the receipts of the Ice cieatn ta llies. -Mis. M-ixii Dorr went Salnnlay fir a week's stay with ft lends In Mlddleliury. LEICESTER. The Aldin House h will Hlletl with sum mer hoarders Miss Lucy Hitchcock is fpt tiding n f vv weeks (it Ciiuilaii(uu. Aliss Marv Davenport ol Brooklvn has pur chased of Mrs Hrownson Hie house and lot known as the perry pl.n . winch will he thoroughly repaired for a summer n i.leic. ..Mi s. Kiliiuin s spending a tew weeks with her son In I Itibb.n dinn. Cni-tle-! Piownsoti is visiting fill mis in .i, tl.mil. Mrs. Oliver Lnportc and Phillip were the giesls of Mrs Hrownoti last wick. Mrs. Keeler and (laughter Million ate vi.-illng k halves in town tills we'k FERRISBURGH. Miss Mary Orvls has gone to tlie retreat at Winchendoii. Alass., to he a companion tr nn Invalid. .Mrs. Tagg.ut ol Hrlstol has been visit hut ltu sister, Airs. Cyrus Beds. Air. and Airs. J. Q Adams me spending a week with her parents tit Berlin.-Air. mid Airs. Fred Walker of Burlington are at J. o. W alki r's.-The Lev. F. .1. .Marsh spoke morning and cvinlng at the Congic gatlonal Chun It telling in a very Inteicsl Ing mid Instructive manner of tlie work of the Sunday Si donl and Publishing socety, and showing vety clearly how much easier and clieapei It Is to train children for the right, than to nlorm them alter tin y hnvti gone vviong A. W Wall rs of Kssrx Juiu -tion spent tin- Sabbath at Cha 1 s Tup"er s. W B. Avti.v was a ri-tent visitor of his n-pliew. S. H. Avery Aliss Hulheiinc Col lins is visiting lu-i mule, Dr, George Col lins at Ninth I'Virlsliuigh. ADDISON. .Mrs. A. K. Gregory and granddaughter. Leoln Carlton of But llngl'in me stopping al .launs Lacy s -Mr. and Alls. Belt Mitchell of St. Albans have relumed homo aicompanleil hv their niece. Clara Claik. who will mniiiin with them for u few weeks -'I lie Ladles' Aid will met on August 1:1 Willi Alls. II. A. Sllcklos.-Hr. While of Alldilleliiiry calbil on friends in lovvn la-l w. ek. -.Miss Aleggs of Vcrgeunes has been the guest ol I'lara Smith the past week William Good. lie has rutemd Ihe employ of Mrs Putnam and Airs, doodah' Is stop. pl'ig.itJ. Ii (lav's -.Mr lleitrv Albln and ilaugliler ot rrooklyn aceomj anled by Aliss Hose Wlllmarth have riliitned trnm a week's outing In tin. Adlrondacks, .Mis. Gcoige Wuldron has us her guest. Miss Foot of Cornwall. Mr. and Airs. IVikln of Ferrlshurgh lire at C W. Harbor's. M. II Hanks had the mlsliirluue to have one of Ills horses severely Injured on a dallied wire feme. Tho horse is still alive, but ill bail condition. -Miss Knima Smith has U-turned to Saratoga. NORTH FERRISBURGH During Ihe heavy thunder -hower of Fri day Ihe lightning struck a bain belonging to t lmiies Stehbiiis si ttlug it on tin They nuceetled in gittlng out Hie hoiscs n id all ixctpllng i do il l w ig.u nil i i in iiiuount of Inij w lila h wi ro burn, d vv dh toe barn It w is put. ilh ro , n il hv i "V unu liiieresting tetniierance iuldress on Sunday morrlng at the Methodist Church. Ihe Ladies' Koreign Missionary society met at Mrs. V. II. Dean's on Wed nesday afternoon. SHOREHAM. Writ htCaswell of Mlddleliury is spending the week with his aunt, Mrs. A. M. Smith. S. J. Moore of Weslfleld Is spending a few days with his family tit O. II. Hall's. - ,, , , , , ; , . . K '.'"'.T;! of "e 'oroat 'l,"u'r "'"'KCHt son of William l'alnicr, who was caught in a machinery belt In Mlnevllle. N. v.. on Krld.ty, was held In tho Congicgatlunal Chureli Sunday at tin SALISBURY. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwatd Uetnlng and two ho.vs of Iluillngtou are at Wlllluin Dem ltig's. A son was htm to Mr. and Mrs. .lames Peterson .Inly 3ft. Dr. llngue bus Rone to the noith p.-irt of the Stnte for two weeks. Lillian Lamnrdcr, who has been visiting friends In W'aterhury, returned home l'rlday. SOUTH STARKSBORO. II. J. Moody, wife and daughter lslted his father nnd mother last week. The Moody mid Wadleigh t (.union will be held at th urge A. Hamncr's August 1!'. All are rciiucsted to be pn sent, kin or kith. PANTON. Miss Helen Adams, who l a stenographrr In Wotctster. Muss., is at her fathers for the summer vacation. Krank Winner spent tile da In Iturllngton last Sunday Mis. K. L. Stagg was the guest of her sir tcr, Mrs. K. II. llallcak. n few days last week. John Paine of Worcester. Mass., Is visiting his nni le, K. Adams. K, J. l-'loyd of W t-stpiirl, N. '., called on friends hi town last work Dr. Benjamin Kiske of Addison and Miss Heatiiee Moot by were. iinlttd in martlage at tlie liaptlst pai son age in this place Wednesday evening of last wcik. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lvnian K. nt. which has been quite sick. Is convalescing Scott Adams and daughter or Mllfotd, Ohio, aro visiting his brother h'drtch. SOUTH STARKSBORO. The programme Saturday evening of the rrlends quarterly meeting will be a lecture on 'Peace and Arbitration" b.v the Lev. James Wood of Slpco. N. II. All me c.u dlally invitt d. The remains of Miss Klsle lllgle.v, who dird very suddenly Monday weie brought flom the village Wedm sday and tin tiineral held from the east sihool house. The lamily havu the sytnputhv of all hi theit git-at bereavonielit. .Mr. and Mrs. Heiity i:illott and two children fiom Coaticook. Canada, are visit, ng her motile r, Mis. .In, nl, Simoiisoii and grandmother, Mis. Surah Mreoklyn. N. a few weeks. Grlimi'll. Axle I lanes of Y., Is at Mary A. Young a for WEYBRIDGE Pari llnrlbert and son of Bennington weie the guests of relatives In town last week. Mr. and Mrs. Turner o! Iloston irn the guests of I-I. II. Kiske and family. II A. Hobs is putting a new Hume in tho saw mill. IV I). Hanks, who has been visiting at L. O. Thompson's, returned to his home in I'tah this wick. J P. Hultell ami John Shaw spent last Sunday with their families here. NEW HAVEN. Mr. mid Mrs. K. M. Patted nnd Mr. nnd Mrs W. V. Sturtevant are camping at Mile Point. C. L. Nutting and sou llaiold ot Coston, wero In town last wetk. Mrs. Kiies A Paul of Berkshire Is the guest of her brother, Shernid Hi own. John W Hiiiimuii of Heading. Mass.. was in town last week. Mr. anil Mrs. C. II. Wlm h have a daughter, born .lul.v Ja Mis. C. II Dutton was in Burlington last week. MWs Marv K. Koscoe is visiting her aunt. Mis l'.'llen I.. Chopin in Bristol. Miss Maud A. Sumner of Foxboto, Mass.. was a ret out guest of C. K. and George P.ilnif r. Ml-s Susan .1. W. Bl own of Holland Is Ihe gu-st ol Miss Kato Sanborn. 1 lent Foster ot West c. undeii. N. Y.. was Hie guest of II A. llinman Tuesday. Mrs. H. N. Haven of Noilh Hebron. North Dakota, was the gii.-st of Air. and .Mrs. V. Al. Ilene.ll Moiida.v . Mr. and Airs. George S. Russell, who have been spending a f t vv weeks In town returned to Burlington Saturday. II. A. llinman lias ant Pit d a position in Ihe Alontpeller Seminary for the coming vcar. Diirii.g tlie thunder shower Siinda the sheep-barn on Ihe fmm of Alts IC. A. l.ancdoi' was struck by lightning nn l burn. 1. with about III teen tons ot hu.v. insur ance on barn $;:iw. Contents tlw. WHITING. Mrs. Swain and little son nnd her slst I'loin Biooklyn. N. Y.. lire spending u few Wicks at IV J. Brown's. Mrs. .Iiimes War ii. r ami son Seth of Crown Point, N. Y visil.-d at her parents. last week. Marjorlo Waint-r returned to her dome witli tin in. Airs. Helen Ki Ney das gone to Coneotd, N II., and will visit in Harwich, Alass. Ralph Brock of Wat'-rtovvn, Mass., vialttt i.'lvde Ketcham last week. Miss Jessl Collins Is visiting at Air. Colby's In Sud- buiv.-Clvdo KeUham visited at Alls N'cionan's in Aliddlebury, Saturday and Sunday hist -Aliss Carrie, slmonds of Hot hosier visited her aunt. Airs. Wright last week. BRIDPORT. Mrs. Maria Se.irle of Rot liesler is visiting Mr. anil Airs. IV C. Harbour Horace Lap bain, who visited at J. K. Wright's Sunday had tlu misfortune to have his horse (Imp dead as lie was returning home. Cloys Heed of Fast Aliddlebury was the guest of 1 Mills Ivlie the early part of the ween Kent Wright of Crown Point was in town Satuiilav. Mr. and Airs. J. H. McQlllvcy ot Bread Lout leeclltly visited lit J. P. RllS sell s.-Allss Pelle Wilght Is vMtli' 111 Cr iwn Point. Miss Kdlth Billings of Sh bam is siiemling a few ilavs at C. 1 Palnvr's, Miss Belle Norton has leturncil m her slstir's. Airs. R, Whlttler's,-il. F. Powers is visiting In Massachusetts. Mrs. Sonhla Uevnalilh of Brooklyn is a guest ut tlio old liomi'.-.Mrs Samuel Kelsey of New Ynik is visiting Mrs. Agnes Williams. EAST MONKTON. Airs. Alattic Codalr and daughter Alnhil nn, vlsiilmi In town for a few lays. Mis. Irvine Alt Klrrvher and Airs. William Littler have returned to Rutland nflei two weeks visit to their friend. Airs. IV J. Slilverctti ,-Adolphus Ash wus lu Lincoln the 1st. Airs. Arthur Rockwoo.l and daughter Kthel are visiting bin mother In New Haven, Leonard Pollard was iu town over Sunday, taking back witli hlui .Maud Cm a r. who Is lo spend a lew weehs ai his liuine In Bristol. AI. L. Pollard present- (il a Plate and saucer ol the old Mulberry pattern that can be no less than luo years iid. to Mrs. IV J. Shlveretto u tew days ago. CHITTENDEN COUNTY WINOOSKK Hector Forlln wus urrcsted Saturday evening by Olllcer Frank Bergoiou on warrant charging him with a bleach of the pence on the night of July 4lh. Fortln was taken to the home of tho deputy, who biought him before Justice F. L. Graves. Fortln was lined JIO and costs, cf KIO, will, h he iigrced to pay Lawyer Conlhi preset tiled. Deputj Sheriff Hnll.iu wmt to Colchester Ali nday, where lie arrested Philip Furhy mi a warrant churning htm wild a lire .u li of lla ptiei Fin ley was brought In fun Jn lln (ii ivis and lined $u nml co-its ol x i ,. ., i. nnder, who was nrrcsted Saturday even lug by Olllcer Anderson for intoxication, was brought lieforo Justice K, Ij. Graves yesterday afternoon. Alexander plead guilty mid was lined and costs, or the alteinutu sentence In jail, which he will (ervt). lie dlsdosed on two unknown sol diers, who treated him. Deputy Sheriff L W. Hallou went to Fori lllhun Allen Tuesday, wlicie he at rested Sergeant George IV Beckers of Troop A, Second cavalry, und brought him to the Jail In Hiirllngton. Beckers was charged with Intoxication and dlstuihing Hie peace. Beckers got gloriously drunk the night be fore, and on his way to tho Fort about 12:30 o clock, lie tried to gain entrance to the store of John Ashley at the top of Weston s hill. He broke a few panes ol glass, which moused Mi. Ashley, who per. Blinded Bckeis to move on. Ho then went to tlie resltlencu of Airs. Murphy, widow of Sergeant Murphy, and opened one of the panels of the door. Ails. Murphy's brother who happened to be coming In, at this thin em oiinlt i .il tin sugi.uit and a setup en sued In which Ihe sergeant was w-oisted. He tlu n engaged ill liaiiim.-riiig down an other door at tin- house of Harvey Homer. The latter promptly ejected Beckers. Ser geant Bttkirs was brought before Justice 1'. L. Graves In tlie afternoon nnd iilendcil guilty to intoxication .Monday evening and t ucsilay morning, and also to two '-lunges of disturbing tlu; peace. Ho disclosed on Danli 1 (ireiiiicy. A pretty mid-summer wedding look plate early iuesday ninrtilng when .Miss Km- ma Patlzo became the- bride ot lalwanl Vllmulrc at St. Frances XuvKr Chinch. The ceremony was performed by the pas tor ol the chinch, the Rev. J. F. Audit, In tlie litest nee of a large gathering of filemls and lelutivcs. Alessis. Mitchell VII ma I re mid Kllzlum Parlzo acted as spot: burs for the couple. Following the- , i re mony n wedding break-fun was served at the liome ol the gloom. In the evenlnc n reception was held at the bible's liuine in weslloid. a large number from this vll. :.- attending. Yestetdnv th. v left for n slant hoiit-Mnoon trip to Huston. Air. and .virs iimallr wrio the icclpleiils of many beautiful presents. Air. Vllmaliv lr a clerk at the market of Howes & Co.. nnd Miss ParlZIl lias been bookkeeper lit Iho utnr.. of Parlzo Bros, for a numb, r of vems. Mr and Ails. A K. Cole and sou Unit v of Plillaib Iphia, Pa., .ire In tow n for a few eks visit, us the guesls ol Mr. and Mis Ormond Cole. Stigcanl Hi ck, i s was again brought into court j es'tctduy moiiiing and tlie ia-is against him were completitl. In th. two lir'ach of the peace cases h" Pleaded guilty and was luii-d ?2i and co.-ts in each e-ise. He also iileailoil uulliv to two ehargts of intoxication and was llnei tr and costs lor each case. Bickcis being unable 'to pay, he was taken back to bill. The Poller srieeu .shops will resume on- cratioo.s next Monday niter u two weeks' shut down. This vear's Idle pel lot! has bien of t much shorter duration than in iievio.is year--. .Miss .Mac l'.dvvards leavos to-dav for a weeks vi-it In New York eltv. Miss liiiinti Thomas goes to-dav to Rut land in spend her vacation of one W(ek. .Miss i'hetesa Deady has gone to .Sara toga Springs, for a few weeks' visit. Miss Ktlnl Garilnt'i and brother Charles a! P. eksklll. N. Y.. are the gu sts of A A. Gtaves and family at "Camp Ovf! biook.' Mallctts Hay. I'ml Klll. in of the poston city hospital Is in lovvn to spend his vacation. Mis G. IV Nash has rt turned from a few weeks' visit In Saratoga, N. Y. ESSEX JUNCTION. The remains of Aliss ICmma Cot a who commuted sub Idc al her homo In North- Held Snndav ill livid here on the 5 o'cloi k train yesterday afternoon. The burtil took plate iui-ni di.il.lv vv Ith si rvlt Ob In tlie village cemetery. MI'S Cot i was formerly a residunt of this village. She has b. .-n In very poor health for about PI yea is and at .nn time spent out viar In a hospital in Troy. N Y , and later spent some time at the Marv I'lett Iht hospital. Her suffic ing was very ink use during the last few ilavs ot her lite and on Sunday shu was much deranged. Aliss A Hie Derby returned yesterday nf- ternoon from a visit to ft lends in tlie muUi part ol tile State. Mis. Pike ol Georgia spent Tuesday with her cousin. Airs, liuttie Sibley. Mrs. J. F. Btovvn and two daughters of South Lancaskr, .Mass.. ate spending a few la.vs witli he-r slstci -In-law, Mrs. H. D. Tciu bout. The icinail.s of .Miss F.tnmn Cotu were hurled in the village cemetery yesterday afternoon. The I'.tv. ICvan Thomas oltl'- ciated. and tin- service was largely attend ed. I mm weie present fiom out-of-town. Alls. D M. Cotu and Air. and Alls. .Mat thew Graham ol Northliclil. .Mr. and Mrs. George Cola ami Mr. and Mis Frank Cotu ol lilt lsea, Alass., and G. Al. Cotu of St. Alliaiu. MILTON BORO Airs. Unity Warmr is Improving. Airs. Belle Osgood and brother, Alarrs Page, were at A. C. l ay's Saturdav night and Sunday. Rev. Air. Swarts of Poughkei li sle. N. Y.. is expeck d to preach next Sun day at Camp Rich at II p. in. Safftnd Fay and son, Kugenc Fay. from Richmond, arrived Sunday at Cupt, Fays, HINESBURGh. The reshh nee of David Fraser wasstruck b.v lightning during the thunder storm Fri day iitieruoon. Air. Fraser and all the incmLcis of Ins luiully weie hi the slaugh ter huiise aliout 15 mils from the house and Air. Fraser mid Dayton Gordon, the hired man, who were on a wet lloor at work weie seven-ly slioiked, Air. Fiaser being lilted two lect Irom the Hour anil Mr. Gor. don had one aim and one leg drawn Into the air. Half a dozen hogs went also shocked and baiil.v I tightened. Mrs, Fraser sat but a tew leet Horn her husband on dry lloor nnd did not led miy shock. At the house all the doors ol stove were blown open anil ashes blown all over the house. The i.ives spout was ruined and the tele phone burned out. The bolt also followed along a galvuiilzul iron covering on Hi,, ridge ot the loot' and pulled out all the mills with w bien it was lasiened. Airs Cch stia Llvcrmore ami Airs. Kliza Gorliam Hovt of Now Haven. Conn., aro visiting at C. W. Pierce s .Miss Flora Lmidoii of thu Alary Firkin r hospital and Alls. 111. il Its llubliell o Chatioue tailed on trniulK here last week. Airs. J, II. Abo und sun of Kbscx Junction and .Mis. Nellie Alay Remington of Dos Alolncs, low-a, spent a It ,v days with friends, hum lust week. Ileuiy Baldwin of Polsdaiu, N. Y., is visit ing nlallvcs hero. .Miss Heithu Small of Klchiiiuiid Is visiting her pui cuts. Mis. Loul.se Ray of Slielbuine is slopping with Airs Sidney Ray.-.Mis. Lewis Dwire has sciatic t heumatlsin. Tlie Rev. T. .1. Hauls and wife. Airs. G, IV Hoyuloii, Aliss Al. A. Allies. Mrs. Besslu Posl. Mis Anna Ren von, .Mrs. Waldo Da vies and Aliss Lulu I'letdier atleiideil the W. C. T. V. rally at Queen City Park July ",0. -Isa Daw of Johiison Is working for Rend I'utibk. Atrs. Addle Landon nnd son Diner are s, 11 plng at F.ia Williams's in Charlotte. .Mrs. II. K, hli eves of Boston is the guest of Airs. II C, Cnssady. .Mrs. Peiry Rend fell fiom her piazza tu tin- ground Saturday, breaking her aim bctwein the elbow ui.d shouldii AIIs Florence Allen wns In Bils lol over Sunday. Aliss Marin l-iuiiagan of H ii i II t ik I 'J ti was In town .Sunday, Mr. mid Airs, George Barber arc visiting at O. II. Barber s.F. K, Coleman and Hurry Pagu went up Camel's Hump Wed ncsiliiy.- The Rev. C. C, Adams will lie away on his vacation several weeks nml there will he no service lu the Congrega tional Chinch after next Sunday until lis icturn. Tlio Congregational Sunday school will have a picnk at Lake Iroquois next Tin sday Ihc library trustees will meel Satmdav al o'cloik p. in hi th' library liioui. Tin potato Hi Ms In all illii -tlntis nr- hi i wu witli the blight Mis M I' Kigali of Albany Airs II A Strongman uid son Ru s II Striu gin m of NtuMmk lu ihc giu Ms of tlu Ik v F S r ah nhiiri? Air, ind Mis W ulliict In h i I i ' i t , ti 1 NEWS OF VERMONT, Moro Important Kvont9 Grouped for Free Press Roadors-Furthor Par ticulars About the Dlaappouranco of Btntlon Aftont. J. n. Burke, travelling auditor for the Central Vermont tullwav, has lllilshi tl look. Ing over accounts and tickets nt Wiiterbury station nnd reports everything nil right. IV I V iJavis of St, Albans, auditor for the Anurhnn F.xpress eompunv. and G. IV Gilchrist of While River Junction, the as slstant auditor, report that thev Hnd the compan.v s books all right and that thorn was no shoitage. Nothing has btcn heard Irom A. S. Ladd. funnel station agent, who went uwiiy suddenly. No one to know wb.-rt Mr. Laid has gone Is the general Impiesslon that seems and it f.ilnllv i tie- troubles! ami anotli, r woman wi" eitilso of bis leaving. P.. fort going uv a ne leit a note on Ills desk bidding his is soelatrs at tlie station good bye. Hi nl-o left a letter with the note. This letter vv a . addressed to his wife and em losed In side,, a lew words ol farewell was a JIO note. .Mrs. Ladd .s:,, that slu did not know .where he llllll gone. "The letter whir It ho bit for mo."shesaid, "read. 'Ouridbyi Ginct 1 hop? you will have gooil luck in sellitei the things. Don't tty lo look for me alter I am gone. Will try mid do belt. r. He kissed me good bye before he went a,vv li mit did not say where he was going. II has bum s. en on tin- rallrc. id' Hacks with another woman nnd has come homo nights. altr-r ho had been dilnkliu a good deal. I and told me what hi hud done. I don't I kllOW Wh:,t 1 uh.lll .1,. I ulo.ll uln. i i ',ii.a if t ...... ,i...i 1 1 .. r I.i..... , . ,, , ,,i, iii.ii , ,i iv. ... i . i .... ei a homo oefori coming to Wateiburv was in Fast ioxbuiv. Andrew .1. Lathi, his father, of Bethel, lnisariived in town. II. It. Bar ney of Rutland, forim tiy train master tor the Rutland railroad, has been aptiilnteil station agent and commenced ids duties Tuesday morning. Montpc Her Argus. 13 FRKIGIIT CARS DFRAILICIV A bid wreck occurred on the B and M. road near O. T. Wlllanl's In Barton last Ftltlay. A freight train going not Hi eaily in Hi" nfternooii was w rcked b tlm bre iking of a wheel which doraib d thii -ti( n (,irs. tbiowl e-' sevir.il of tin m iv.-t a high emlianknn nt. bddlv de-.nollsliing tin in. Five of the cars were loaded mid the gi ods vvie Injured so that the b ss will be quite ho ivv. Briikcmati l-'ogg jumped from tlie top of a car mid sprained his ankle No Olio else vv Is ili tin t ,. Wreck ing trains were Immediately sent to tl.e si olio of the uet blent, hut it was not until 7 o'clock In the i v. ning that the tint k wns den red and tepalrt-d so that the Hrst train could pass. BROKF.N IN RUNAWAY HFNT. ACCI- Dam Hall, driver of the express tenn In Brunilon, hid his leg broson Sntuiday morning in a l-un.iwuv aciUltnt. lie had start. -I tn drive ui-iiy from th" depot when u dog which was riding on the s, at either jiihip. d or fell, striking the horse on th" lieels snd causing him to tun away. Hall was thrown from the wagon In turning the coiner of Rossiti'i- slret t, and his light leg win badly fractured l twei n the knee i ml th" ankl". Rutland Herald. BOYS SKNT TO RKKORM SCHOOL. Charles Crowd v and William Brown of Rutland have been senti ti. ..-1 In the ninni elpal court nt Heiini-iton to th( State It - - - form School it Vi-ruennes until tie v ar-' 21 vt-ats of age Tb" bovs an about II years old and were tonviottd Saturdav nl breaking into a cottage at ICmerald Lake. North Dorsei, while th. te with a b i..l Suudav seho il tilenlc palty .lul.v hi. Tin case of Paul Hrilt'in ot Rutland, who was tried tor the sain" off. n-'f is still pi ndliig. ROP.RF.RY AT BKLVIPFRK. G. AI. Alnswoiths store a) the Cent, r vjs litui'ett into Wednesday night. Jul . n, and about ft.-i worth of goods taken in the line of siloes, sliii ts. i ig it's and some money. They entered hv lemoving a pane of glass in the front window. Tlie goods were found lu Oiphu Hulbcii's barn con con led ir. the buy mow. Burl Hulbert, Wmren Iliilburt's boy has been ariesied, charged with the crime. ANCIF.NT BOOKS FOPNIV V. J. narrah of White River Junction recently found among the effects of an estate of which lie Is administi ator, a quaint hook, "Prim iples of Poht.ness," estimated to be fullv 1(0 yi ars old. The (lute of publication Is missing. Through out the woik the old-time f's lire use! instead of the letter s. He also came across, in the same collection ot noons in. papcis, a cop et Spooiurs Vermont Standard of W indsor, published lu lSu... The appearance of tlie paper is In marked contrast vvitli papers ot to-day. St. Al bans Messenger CHAMPION COON CATCHIIR . Doris, the eight-year-old daughter of W. . Lallimer of Bethel, raptured time (onus, one ot them nlive. Saturday vvun the assistance of a dog. St. Albans Mes senger. DKNAIAN THOMPSON'S STKKRS. The Valley Fair nssoeintlon of Brattle boto expects, as usual, to make this year's fair more Interesting il in sslble than iin.v of Its previous festivals. St viral special leuturl'S are Ning conslilercii in count etion with the proposed entertainment belore the grand stand. The cattle nml horse i i blhits will, unless all cab illations fall, i -ri I last year's splendid show. Dennian Thompson has promised the soilety that he will st ml to tlie fair his handsome pur ol steers which has been a gnat attraction on the stage in tin plnv of tin 'Old Home stead." Hxtu rts dis hue Thompson's yok- to be tlie handsoinist yet found; indeed, so closely matched are the t attic that their owner (an scarcely tell tin m apart, tho onlv llstluglllslilng feature being a slight variation in tile spread ot their limns. Mr. Tin mpsiui. who Is spending the summer at his Swunzey home, pi opuses to allow vis- Hots to Iho fair to guess "which Is which. when the cattle are brought to Krultle boro for exhibition. -Si. Johusbury Repub lican. PIPK ORGAN PRKSICNTIID A CIIFRCll 1' he old First Church on tlie hill In Ben nington is to have a new pipe oigan, the gift of Daniel Robinson, olio of Ihe well known members ot tin- churih. A meeting Is to lie held this week to talk over tile plans ami decide what kind ot mi oik. in those lu chin ge.ol the music want. Tho order will then be placd and organ In stalled ns curly as possible. Bennington Retoi tiler. AN LMPROVKD POSTAL SKRVICK. It is nnnoiinccd unolhiinlly that the pes. till aiithoiltl.'S at Washington have aulhoi. ized nu open mall car on the sleeper be tween Albuigh and Huston which the loi.il liostollii e iiuihoritles and many othcis along Ihe line li.ive deen Irving to secure for a long time. Postmaster John A. Slid, dun das not jet received his orders In ie y.ud to the matter and il Is not known when tho servki begins. The new- route will necessitate two or three appointments ami some promotions among thu railway mall clerks. Rutland News. CANNOT SKPARATK TI1K ASHF.STO An Item of Interest In (Oimectlon with the new ush'stos Industry lu Low-til and Kden Is a si ileaient recently made by one ink rc-tcd lu the Industry lo tin effect tliat tin mill ami nuuiiln is lab l.v put up In ! I. i at a cost ol about f-iO."Hi had proud iiilini.v iiiiMillabb in lb it tins vvre tut iibli tu bipii'-iik tlx asbesto" fri 111 the l -tone wdl tm'jgh to p - i-ritli.il in-pn .limi It is In hi veil licwi ir Hi it a ii r ri i ict if fit plant mil tlu I "talbiti n tl "i I on tit p;- ) W IS DEAD. Notorious Outlaw Ends His Life by a Bullet from His Own Revolver. WAS WOUNDED IN THE LEG Had Beon Burrounded by a Posse Inn Wheat Field Near Followes Station Thoy Opaned Klro on Him and Ho Shot Himself Twenty Min utes Later. Spokane, Wnsh., Aug. f!. Harry Trncv, tlie notorious outlaw, who with David M. r- 'lill, camped Hum the Oregon petilti utiaiy ,al Sab ill on June' 0. ai'tei killing till ' e ir - ''"k'unrds, killed himself this morning a t. r """' w"udeu n a line ot one ol toe p ssu ... ii.., , ii an no i i on linen in a woe.ii ii in near 1 ellowes station on the Wa.slangi u nil nl railroad ubout 5u mllis west oi S ". kane. Lust login word was sent b.u K to D. i veil, oil tin- county mut and a l.,rt: niiinin r oi aimed men hutricd to tin si t A jiosse under Sheillt Gardener opi lied i, i, on the outlaw and one bullet Id, n t J los right leg between the knee and thigh About 20 minutes alter being woui oi-d sliul himself wkh one nl his ievul.tr a 'X bis body was lound this morning utk r d..j hieak. Alter baflllng the olicers of two Stilt. and aller a wondeiful llight of marl. ' I miles in loss (ingoii .mil Washing' I'J'rat y was hunted down l.j tour utizi ",- , f til. lptle I inning lovvn )t Crestim .1 '. 'single deputv sheritl. Sle rlif Gardnrr . d a posse at rived in Unu to guard th' wh i heltl through the tnglit but the work I,. . a In ady been done. When within a few hundred yards "f tho ramli nl L. H. Ktltly on Luke or. e-k. tt purty saw a man issue from the barn d' r. "Is that Tracy ?' asked one ot the party. "It surely Is," replied Kddy. The party separtt d Dr. Lunter and AI mr Ice Smith accompanying KUdy In the dm -Hon ul the barn while the other two mi-i swung around on the other side. Tw of the pursuers stepped behind the barn on a. slight eminence Irom which tiny C" M vvntili everything that went nn aid Kn ly went on up to the door. Tracy cam" trtnu the barn again ami began helping hi- re st to unhitch tlie horses. He carried no r " ', although he had Ills revolvers in pie . Tlie lugitive dually saw the men c.irrl t lilies, and turned sharply to Kddy ban -: "V ho are those men?" "I don't see any men" said Kddy. Tiacy polnti d out tin two men on tlie hill. F e y informed his companion who tlie men w to and the outlaw made a bap for the I, en dour. Tile putsutrs stepping a bit elusir, i, inmiiiidi d ' Hold up your hands." The outlaw jumped behind Kddy und tirst ' pt . inm d the tari.ier and his horse tw n 'f and tlie pursuers. He t omniuml tl lln- l.u ue r to lean bis horse to Hit ban, a d n in. an. d under i ,,v, r moving tow.ir I s. . iii'. W lu n iieai it.' slihlc he ui-ok" ' 1 (I isl-.i d ii. Mill-, li. .pikki.v i eapp.-.ti . tl n e in h n,d .,'d -tirid n i lb id run. T'.'u Ini, oi. the two nu 'i I., nr. ! two s ts in uln r t. . Ii "Pei t Without waiting 'Ira y in. ul. a dash tluvvn the vail- v ! adlng south li.'in tie '..irn he nit d i r the nru-ii In an instant th" puism-is were a'! r him, tiring as llie.v ran. ( oming to a I , it i'i o v doni.reil behind it trd i -ting Ids - . l on it began a fu-'lade Ligh, shots in 1 were tired by luni. not on. hitting is mark. Seeing that 1c w is .us lei e --ti.' I bolted lor a win it add ' - bv. At t a edge of tlio Meld he i-tumldid, falling on els fat e and then crawled into the grain un Ins hands and km es. It was growing dark nnd the pursue- decided to suriound the place and w.ui ., r (lav light. In the meantime Sheriff i.irdr r of I .lm (tin county with reinforcements ar lived and went into camp around tile tall during tlie night. Sluutly after Tracy disappeared a shot was heard from the din etion of the wh it Ibid. No in ebtigation was mntle, howi v'. r until this mottling. As soon us dawn i mie. the wheat Held was enteied Tiat y's rm-pso was found lying amid tno griln with ' li face turned toward the skv. His left !..i 1 held the revolver with whnh he lui.l -Dieted Ids death wound. MURDER AT WILKESBARRE Gang- of Strlkors Pound a Poaceabla Watchman to Death. A lll-esb.it re. Pa, August tl. Dai i 1 J. Sweeney, a watchman in tn, t plnv ol the Dilavvaii, Uickawanna at- 1 Western Co., al Bliss colliery iu H m r township, wis found de.d In a n Id 1 1- ilav. He quit work at midnight anil vv ,s followed b.v 20 men. Tiny wire nmk tliiiiits nnd Sw'cntv was alraid of lb. pi He took refuge In a saloon and w.n d there for some Utile. Altt r lie thought th crowd had gene, lie lett for bom' This was the last seen of llllll alive. Tho i sumptlon Is that the nun who followi 1 him from the mine were lving in wait f r him and when he approached thi s t where they wen hiding, they ussaii t 1, him vvitlt pick h.indlis and beat his brai .s out. The body lay In a pool of blood On. of his arms was also broken, apparently bv ,i blow from a dub. The muiilerers were de tri'iuliii d to make sine of their work. The nearest house Is several hundred yards Irom the scene of the crime, but .inn ot the Inmates thought he heard a irj of murder about 2 o'ebnk this morning. ihe miudere.l man told the superin tendent ot tlie mine where he was impl '. cil that some of ihe striker had spoK n to him last week and advised him that R did not look light to see hull going to work and that If he was wise he would quit nt once. S11F.RIFF PKARSON UK A l, Portland, Me .Aug. li. Sheriff Peirsnn died at Polnnd Spilngs, at the Whit, Dale Springs hotel, at 12.15 this nnnn i.g With lilni at the time of his iluitli win Ins daiightti, .Miss Kvaugeliiie, and his phy sician. Dr Not cross of Lcwlston. The slit-lift became unconscious last Sun day i veiling and did not recover from lh.it condition. Sheiilt Pearson went tn the White On Is Springs hoki live weeks ago. The wi . ry incident to his olllce had caused hint to fa I rupldllv In health nml. almost compi! 'd b.v his trb-nds, he wt ut awn.v foi a rest Three weeks ago lightning stiuck the ho tel and the excitement Incident to this af fair alfectcd his heart, and his Illness thereafter assumed n iiitlcal foim. 11- lus failed rapidly slm o thru, though with (,. ciisloniil slight periods of ImprovemciM l.'tlle or no hope has been enkitalned of his recovery for a week or more. The hodv w.,s bi ought to Poitland to-day. AMBASSADOR W1IITK HAS RFSIONFP. Hirllu, Aug fi Ambassador Wh tr mail ed bis n slgnatlon to the I'liltctl Sinks siv o il ilavs ago and It may iiovv In lu thu t mils of livslilint Roosevelt The ilnto set by tin ambuss i lor for hi - resignation lu ie lutl iflnt vv " N ivcniliii- 7 Hi li n w, it Illinium- vvii . Ie 1 t iknig t i vv ik l, mid wh n b pinbaLly will ti ll i I II Iho i 1 f I'i inm i i.