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lTIE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1002.
E Officers Have Found Where Stella Bates Purchased Chloroform to Kill Rogers. DEATH OF ROGERS BABY Now Chnrerotl That Its Mothor Killed It Officers InvostierntlnK Morris Ktmpp Examined--Snya Ho Had No Idea of Mnrrylner Mrs. Kog ers Was about to Shako Her, rt-nnlnston. Aug. If. An Investigation h k been made to-day re lathe- to th" i 'i.-rg:- against Mrs. llogors now In here iiccuse-el nf killing her husband, tlut y'lc kll'- il her six months' old baby last fccptetnl-er. At that time lingers mid Ins wife IKcd in Shaftsbury. The doctor found thai thr dilld dlud from a fracture.! skull. Mi-. Rogers claimed thnt the child fell fre-in her arms unit that she picked It up and laid It on the hod and called a neigh bor wile- When tin: two women entered tin fin the baby was di ad. There was lu .nit cl-e In the house at the time and lin .uc suspected foul play, so nothing was done . Monis Knapp, the young man whom Jliy I.ogcrs expected to marry when she t.ot e'ear of her husband, wan called be f.'ic Attorney Maurer to-day and qucs tl .i ed sharply, lie declared that ho had been around With Mrs. lingers the past Hummer merely for his own iimiiscment but would not have married her under any en i ninstiinees and knew nothing of her ir.' -derous designs, lie sas she met him 1' night after the murder as he arrived 1 me from muster and that he went homo with her but had fully decided to shako her lor gexd. Ho was allowed to go on his promise to appear In eourt at the hearing Thursday morning. It was his pay envel ope that was found at (ho scene of the murder and supposed to havo been drop itd by Mrs. Rogers Stale's Attorney Shnkshober and Deputy Sheriff Tvish were In Hooslck Kalis tn-d-iv nnd found where Stella Hates purchased four ounces of chloroform at one of the Inn' stores. SHKWFF GOES AFTE-I! HUS'IIY COY. JTontpeller, Aug. IS. Sheriff fj raves went ti i morning to Shirley, Mass., to arrest Henry Coy, who 1 wanted at Northflcld for tin alleged stealing of fxo from a farm er namid Thomas O'Gt.ul.v, some six weeks ago. Coy was traicd to Boston, where all trace of him was lost until ho was located Saturday night in Shirley. He had Itoen working fur Mr. O'Grady when rov and VM belonging to O'Grady simul taneously dli-appeared. Coy lefustel to ic tura to Vermont without requisition pa pers. THesc were made out this iiftornnon by State's Attorney Hoar and Deputy Sheriff Tracy left to night for Ludlow to obtain Governor Stkkney's slgnatuie to them. HKAVY SUIT AGAINST ItAILUOAD. Montpeller, Aug. If. A suit for tJA.OO li34i been brought against the Central Ver mont Railway company by Hiram li. "W elgo of this city, administrator of tho . tato of Israel Gilmont of IScrlln. Gil mont was struck by a Central Vermont train and killed near Tabor's crossing be tW'it this city and ISaire. Nov. Jtj, l'A. lie left a widow and three children and the suit is brought in their behalf. Jt was brought too late to be entered on the docket l the September term of Washington ' ii ty Court and will not be tried until the March term. ANOTHER AFFIDAVIT, Votorof Oraucro Says He Received $2 to Vote for clomont, P.irre, Aug. is. In addition to the af-fcj.c.it- nlre'idy pi luted In regards to ( If nunt methods in the Orange caucus, the fallowing nflklavit has been made pub it . It is: I Lorenzo I'. Klmr of Orangn, in tho i 11 nty of Orange and Stale of Vermont, c-i o .th depose and say that I am a resl I in taxpayer nnd voter In tho town of Ora'ige, that on the day of the caucus last he Id in the town of Orange for the purjioso of clotting two delegates to att 1 tho 5-tite .onvention at Montpdler to nnm irale a governor, on Harlow Smith of Montpoller, approaches! me and said if I would 'vote for Clement delegates he would Kit . me y!. And I further depose? that in consideration of said offer I voted for C icment delegates, which 1 would not hue done bad said offer not been made, as va . theretofore a supporter of McCullough delegates; said money was received lrum Eaid Harlow Smith on the dnv aforesaid. (Signed) LORB.VZO F. MLMLK. Subsc ribed and sworn to b, fore me this 4th day of August, A. V.E, at Orange, jn lho county of Orange. FRANK D. ULRGJiSS, Notary Public. BRATTLEB0R0 NOMINEES Republicans Havo Named C. C. Pitts, nnd tho Democrats Dr. Conland. J'rattlehoro, Aug. IS. -The republican nominee for town repp senlntlve l- Clarke C Fitts, Ho received 12; vote In tho cau n.s held Saturday afternoon, tle io being opposition. The democrats in caucus S ti.rd.iy evening nominated Dr. James l' 1 ii d unanimously. Dr. Conland was nominated by the local optionlsts. Mr. X iits Is one of the ablest yonntr lawyers in eitn"nt. He had charge of the campaign In Southern Vermont which resulted In tlui el, , tlon of William P. Dillingham to the T oted States Senate, and ho was the counsel who did the mam weak lu securing the Thompson bcciuest for the town, which give'- an annual Incomo of about JXCriO. La:t ye ir he refused an appointment as Vnltcel Slates judge in Alaska at a salaiy i'f $:"0' a year. Dr. Conland is lho only ! mocrat living who has ivpicscnted Jti'.,ttleboro In the Legislature. He was ! 'ted In IsM, winning from the late Col, J. cage W. Hooker, lie is rrgaideu as the t trongc.it man in the deinrieratle ji.irty in J.rattleboro. He is Cor high license through dliect action of (lie Legislature, nnd it is understood that he would not sup port Si nator Dillingham's candidacy If eNitcd. Dr. Conlnnd is now away on a jili .lsiire trip to Virginia. J (catty Lalestie-r. whose family row with ills distinguished brother-ln-lnw, Rudyaid Kipling, was heard around the world, ban bi n nominated for Urn Li ur-lnlure lu 3 .nuieistoii as a Clement rripubllcan. Lorenzo Leach, a Clement supporter, has reived the republican nomination n Guiifoid and Henry Lee, nlsoa high license republican Is tho nominee In Vornon. MI ST VOTH FOR McCULLOUGli. Montpoller, Aug. 18. Hast Mnntpcllor re publicans In caucus this afternoon nom inated Hirntn 1 Sparrow, n Clement re publican, for representative. The caucus however, adopted n resolution Instructing Sir Sparrow if elected to vote for General McCullrnigh for governor If tho olectlou should go Into the legislature. M'CULLOUGH MAN IN ORANGE. Orange, Aug. 18. Tho republican caucus of the town of Orange was held Saturday evening witn an attendanco of 60 people. Charles Carpenter, a supporter of McCul. lough for Bovemo-, was nominated for representative, receiving 47 out of 60 votes cast Azro L. Noycs was moderator of tho caucus and John Kmerson secretary, A Ql'JVSTION OK LEGALITY. Montpeller, Aug. IR -Considerable anx iety is felt In the towns of Waltstlold mid Worcrvtor whore the check lists wein not pe ted within the time sx'cllled by law Jtepresentatlve Irom these Iowiih were in Alontpclicr to-diy in couaultatluu with .W. IB E E Scrofula H la commonly inherited. Fow aro entirely free from it, l'rilc, weak, puny children are afflicted with it in nino caees out of ton, and many adults suffer from It. Common indications are bundles in the neck, abscesses, cutaneous omp Moub, Inflamed eyelids, soro oars, lioketB, catarrh, wasting, and general ctoWHty. Hood's SarsaparlUa and Pills Eradicate it, positively and absolute ly, This statoment ie based on the thousands of permanent cures theso mcdiclnos havo wrought. " My dnughtcr had scrofula, with eleven sorrs on ber nook and abont her ears. Hood's BarsapartUs vfros highly recommtmded and she toot: It and was cured. Sbc Is now In good health." Mas. J. II. Jokes, Parker City, Ind. Hood's Sareaparllla promises to euro and keeps tho promise. A. Lord as to whether the voters In theso towns would be disfranchized because of this failure of duty on the part of the se lectmen. Mr. Lord co ild tint! no supreme court dei Islon bearing upon this case but gave it as his opinion that this omission on the part of the .- leetmcti would not prevent holding elce tinns In these towns, although the elalm might be made In the case of a very close election, that the check list useel was illegal, NORTi 1 KIKLP'S CANDI I ATIi. Northflcld, Aug. K A largely attended republican caucus w i held this evening, two formal bale,: g:ic Fred A. Jones I! out of r.s ballots. Jone s was not presint and a eninmlttce visited him. The caucus was a representative one, voteis being present from all parts of the town. The nomina tion went unsought to Jones and was em phatically the wish of tho voters. Ho Is a retired merchant of stric t Integrity nnd un blemished reputation and tho party feels confident that he will take a scat in the leglFlntiire next fall. The union Justice ticket Is as follows: Fred Parker, G. S. Averlll. C. C. Drill, Robert Silver, Charles Putton, Frank Gold, S. I'. Staples. S. II. Kent, A. S. Arthur, Geo. Denny. The first four are democrats and the remainder republicans. Frank l'lumley presided. A rally will be hold next Friday evening The lion. F. C. Partridge, ex-minister to Algiers, and the lion. Zed Stanton will be the speakeis. FT. JOIINSHTRY'S CANDIDATK. St. John-bury, Aug. is. At thr republican caucus to-night Henry M. Cheney, foie mnn of the Fairbanks Seal" shops, wns oomlniteel for representative, receiving 370 votes to for Charles A. Calderwood. the high license candidate'. Mr. Calderwood's name was certified on the ticket. The dem ocrats have nominated for representative, Fred U. Hundy. RALLY IN NEWPORT Gon. J. G. McCullousrh, F. C. Archibald and Congressman Hrvskins Speakori. Newnort, Aug. 15. One thousand people parked Lane's Opera House to the doors to-night In attendance on an enthusiastic republican rally addressed by Gen. J. G. .McCulloiiBli and F. C. Archibald of llenn lngton nnd Congressman Haskins of Brat tlehore. element's picture man tried to draw the crowd away by a free exhibition on the park and had an audience of about a hundred up to the arrival of MrCullougli on the 45 train. The Clement man then found himself deseited nnd put up his stereopticon and retlr.-d. There was great enthusiasm at the rally and McCullough was cheered repeatedly. Tile other speak ers wele (lb cordially gicetrd, FULLER SMITH NAMED Unanimous Choice in St. Albans Repub lican Caucus. St. Albans, Aug. IS. The republicans of thl city to-night unanimously nominated Fuller C. Smith as their candidate for i ity represent.ittxc. When the meeting was called to order at S o'c loi k by Chairman H. M. Mott, there we're lull;, three hundred of the representative republicans of the city piesent. Mr. Smith's name was presented by F. II. De-wart in a brief speech which was rccehed with mm h applause. The meeting was very harmonious and en thusiastic. The meeting also e-leetnd an ex ecutive committee of nine to conduct tin campaign. The committee follows: 'W. R. Austin, John G. Norton, H. M. Mott, K. M. Hlake, Frank II. Foote, S. W. Fllnn, Dr. A. II. Desloges, Louis Chartier and Farrand S. Stranahan, Tho following union justice ticket Was selected by a Joint committee of the re-pub. licans ami democratic parties: Henry M. Stevens, Selden S. Watson. Daniel S. Dan rorth. At. F. Sullivan, Frank 11. Keen. in, Walter S. Soule, Julius Ilarrette. William II. Finn, Frank I). Cmkey, Hiram P. Dee, John Kearney, Warrrn Roberts, John O. Keenan. Fuller C. Smith and Silas W. Fllnn. ONK CANDIDATK IN RUTLAND. Rutland, Aug. IS. Three caucuses wen held In this city to-night. Tho republi cans narneel a Justice ticket but no candi date for loprescntntivc. The local option lsts and democrats endorseil W. H. Law-le-nce, tho labor candidate. At tho present time Mr, Lawrence is tho only candidate In tho Held. Doublo Track to the Missouri Rivor. The Chicago ,t North-Western R'y is the only double traek line between Chicago anil the Missouri River. Four trains a day Clili ago to Om ilia, three dally tiulns to the Paeliic I'oast and two trains imr day Chicago to Denver, with through Pullman sen Ice to points in lown, Nebraska, Du kotus and to The lllack Hills. Send stamp for bookle t "Only Doublo Track Road Chi e ago to Missouri River'' to J. K. Prlitain, Zr.i Washington street, Huston. Mass. 4,wCt. U;th ANNUAL MKKTINO. St. Albans, August 17. The Lamoille Val ley Hapllht Assoelallon will hold its HUtli annual meeting this ye-ar. The meeting will bo held In the Huptlst nmrvh at nirhford on Tuesday ami Wednesday tho Oth and 10th of September. CANTON DAIRY MARKKT. Canton, N. V.. Aug. 17 On the dairy market yesterday there was offeied 2,111 boxes of twin che-esr which sold at H',,c; 1.1S3 tubs of butter sold at Wi,?. "Let the GOLD DUST twin do your work," i.re you & sl&va to housework ? GOLD OUST hu dona mora than anythine else to emancipst women from the back.brealelr.r burdens ol tho household. It cleans everything about the house ivots, pns. dishes, clothes and woodwork. Savei time, money and worry, Made orly by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago, Hew York, Boston, St. Louis. Makers ol OVAL TAIUV SOAP. DEMOCRATS W Republican Candidate for Repre sentative Secured Some of Their Votes. DR, GRINNELL NOMINATED Defeated Dr. Vincent by a Voto of 100 to 60-Btttted That Vincent Claims to Bo a Clement and a McCul lough Man and Willing to Affiliate with Democrats, The democrats of Burlington met In cau cus Saturday evening at tho city hall to nominate a candidate for city representa tive nnd after two hours of wrangling; dis pute and discussion Dr. A. P. Grlnnell, a democrat, wa3 nominated ny a voio m nearly two to one. It was a caucus of surprises and was unlike anything within the memory of the olelest democratic voter in the city. The fight was between tho factions of tho party who wished to sup port Dr. W. S. Vincent, a republican, who would like to be a candidate, and the fac tion who wanted a straight democrat. Pandemonium reigned throughout a largo part of the evening and several times the gathering was far beyond the control of the chairman, tho din completely urown lng his cries for order. The caucus wns called to order shortly after 8 o'clock and 13. M. Sutton was chosen chairman and P. C. Dodge, secre tary. After a few brief remarks by the chairman J. K. Burke was on his feet nnd sprung tho first surprise of the evening when ho mado a motion to adjourn until Monday night at 0 o'clock at the samei place. This motion was quickly seconded but J. J. Knrlsht was on his feet before tho motion could be put and offered an nmenelmcnt saying thnt the hall was to be used Monday night by tjjo republicans nnd the democrats might In frozen out. His amendment was that an adjournment be. taken until SiSO'nt tho same hall, if it was not ncruplr-d and If It could not be had be. fore il o'clock, or ill time to illn the nom inations, that the caucus be held in the citv court loom. The amendment was ac cepted by Mr. Hurke hut J. A. Brown said It would be undignified to adjourn in that way. that If an adjournment was taken it should be until some Used time and at seme tixeil plac e. P. C Dodge said that there were enough democrats present to do the work at once and be for one could not sec why tho dem ocratic patty should trail the republicans. At this point Patrick Farrell was asked if the city court room could bo had in case the republicans should occupy tho city hall. "Since the court room has been repaired only cilmlnals have been allowed to en ter," answered the janitor. M. D. McMahon said all the talk seemed like boys' play. "Let us go on nnd do our work like men nnd not like boys," he said. The motion was then put by the chair anil was defeated. Tho chair then appoint ed the following committee to prepare a list of names for candidates for Justices of the peace: J, F. Kidder, J. K. Burke. M. D. McMnhnn, V. C. Dodge nnd J. A. Brown. The sec ond surprise of the evening came at this point and was brought about by J. A. Brown. He remarked that the sit nation this year was peculiar and that voters ought to rise above mere party Is sue. He said that high license-local npiir.ii was not a party Issue, that no party epics. Hon was Involved but that the good of the State was at stake; therefore! ho thought that It would be good policy for the dem ocrats to nominate a republican as In that case there would snrelv he an Increased vote for Clement. He placed the name of Dr. W. S. Vincent before the caucus and It was lecelved with cheers. 'Hie nnmlna tlon was seconded but before the words had renrheel the ears of the gathering Mr Knrlght wns on his feet. "We are gathcrd here as democrats and let us be demo cratic." he -.aid. "i don't care what dem ocrat Is nominated I will support him. Clement has asked nothing of the ,i,.m. oerats. why should we give him anvthlng. Let tis meet a hog on four feet. High II cense has been the democratic platform for years and does not hinf ir, ., - publicans. Dr. Vincent can do no more fop I , JIl,II!"' l"n any democrat in this hall. If we keep on In this way what will become of the party It will soon be E0 (Vi t ,""U1 KCI n (roort man to run for field nnd stand by him." Mr. Brown Jumped to his feet, saving f resent the Imputation that all there Is to democracy Is the offices." He said that people should be above party questions this year; that the question was one of ex pediency and that the desired results could be obtained by the course ho sug gested In nominating Dr. Vincent. J. K. Burke-made a long harangue at this point, leaving local Issues entirely alone but dwelling at length upon the good that would be gained hv the election of Cle merit. He closed by seconeling the nomina tion of Dr. Vincent. Patrick Madden was on his feet Imme diately after Mr. Burko reased speaking and from thnt time on wns a conspicuous 'figure on the floor. Although he addressed the chair numerous times and was occa sionally recognized he talked away Juit the same but his words were unintelligible and served only to Increase thc uproar. Mr. Knrlght then plneeel the name of Or A. P. Grlnnell before the caucus as n can elldate for the nfne. He characterized Dr. Grlnnell as a lifelong democrat and just an strong n license and Clement man as any man In thc State. In closing Mr. Hn rlght said, "Mr. Burke may say he Is a Partv man but I say no democrat is a party man who c-mes to a democratic cau eu mil nominates a republican for ekince." Mr. Burko then read a letter from Dr. Grlnnell In which he said that ho had learned that Dr. Vincent was willing to h" a candidate for all parties nnd that a favor would be conferred upon him If he was not nominated, D. W. C. Clnpp then took tho floor nnd nnnounred that Dr. Grlnnell had asked his ndvlee In regard to running for the office and thnt he (Clnpp) had advised the doctor not to run. At 6:30. however, Dr. Grlnuoll telephoned him again and said thnt he would be a candidate, If he wn.s unani mously nominated. In closing Mr. Clapp seconded tho nomination of Dr. Grinned. J. W. McOeary nln seenneled the nomina tion of Dr. Grinnell, making a stiong plea for the selection of a straight democrat. Mr Knrlght was again recognized by Hie chair arid anounce-d that on Friday night at the meeting of tho local option olub Dr. Vincent had said he wan a Clement man but that on Saturelay, seeing he must pull all strings to his bow, told McCullough "iipporters that If the election went to the legislature he would vote for McCullough. He said that Dr. Vincent had beon asked by both sides to sign papers commtttlnt? himself one way or tho other hut had re fused to do so. "What proof havo you of the assertion that Vincent pledged himself to McCul lough," shouted Mr. Brown, "I know tho names of the men to whom Dr. Vincent made thc plrdge hut I will not give them," roplled Mr, 1nrlght. Mr. Brown denied Mr. Knright's stato ment and remarked that there had been enough of that kind of wprk done, Mr. Knrjght then went down tho hall toward Mr. Brown and both men shook their lists at each other but the uproar about them drowned their words. When quiet was re stored Mr. Brown said that he had seen Dr. Vincent that night and that he said ho would not sign a paper committing him self to any candidate. Mr Brown said that when he nomlnnted Dr, Vincent he knew whnt Dr Grlnnell had wi'itten Mr. Burko 'but did not know whnt he had telephoned Mr Clapp nnd, l don t know now," he shouteil. J II, Brodle said that ho had asked Dr. ine-eiil If he would vote for McCllllnllull land that I he doc tor had repllnl lu the pr"ii 'cnuu ill Mr. Clapp., "1 would cut. mjr UutMt flrst."Mr. Brodlo challenged Mr. Clnpp to deny tho statement but received no an swer. Mr. Brodlo cxrilnlncd later that Mr. Vincent's remnrk applied to his refusal to say whether ho would support cither Me Cullough or Clement. Mr. Burke clnlmcd to ho the original Grlnnell man, saying that Dr. Grlnnell had left the matter in his hands. Ho said, "Mr. Enrlght has made statements here that nro not true. 1 know them to bo false. It Is nn insult to ask tiny man who Is a, cnndldatc for ofllco to sign u paper committing him self ono way or the other. Ills word should bo as good as his bond. Dr, Vin cent hns given his word." Hugh Daley moved that Dr. Vincent's name be placed upon tho table and that Dr. Grlnnell bo nominated by acclamation but the chair said that tho motion could not be entertained ns a nomination could not be disposed of In thnt way. Disorder had been a feature of tho cau cus from tho first but at this point It reached n point far beyond tho control of the chair. Finally above tho din V. C. Dodge's voice was heard asking that thc House bo divided and n voto taken In that way. This caused nn increased up roar but Dually the crowd was quieted and the chair announced that ho would not as sumo thc responsibility of a count whero there was so much feeling. Ho appointed as tellers J. A. Brown, J. J. Knrlght and J. B. Henderson. After the tellers wcro appointed there were loud elemands for a ballot and thoe In favor of the division vied with those In favor of a ballot in seeing who could make thc loudest noise. During a lull J. W. Mt Geary said, "any man who Is afraid to stand up and he counted Is not a demo crat." After that the erowel became wild again but during the confusion the chair ruled In favor of the ballot, whereupon Al lerman J. W. Courtney moved that an nel Journment be taken but the motion wns killed. A ballot box was then provided and the votes counted by the tellers. There were IKi votes cast, making 70 necessary for choice. Of that numlter Dr. Grlnnell rec elved inoand Dr. Vincent fA. When the re. suit was made known another uproar greater than anything that had occurred during thc evening took place and the clinlr tried lu vain to secure order. J. A. Brown shouted that he would move to make the nomination unanimous If tho vote had been a fair test but that there were not over 1'') democrats in the hall nnd that 1IW vote-, had been cast. After a while the confus ion wns leplaced by comparative quiet anil tho nominations for justices of the pracn were announced ns follows1 J. J. Enrlght. Claude Graton, J. R. Wil son. P. C. Dndg, K. M. Sutton. R. ,1. Daley, Oliver De Varcnnos. J. W. Madlgan. Peter Lander, J. T. tennis, D. F. Renaiid, F. G Webster. K. K. Davis, A. V. Spald ing, K. M. Ilorton, Cnrolus Noye. Dr Grlnnell was seen last night by a Dr. Grlnnll was seen Sunday night by a Free Press rept cse ntatlve and asked if ho would accept the nomination of the cau cus. He replied that he had reielved no otnclnl notification of his nomination nnd knew nothing about it except whnt he had heard on the street. He would make no answer until ,e learneil more definitely from official sources. He was ask"d If h would accept the nomination if It was ten dered him officially and replied that that wns another matter but that he could not answer. V IS R MONT PENSION 13 RS. Washington. Aug. IS Vermont pensions: Increase, restoration, etc., William T. Blink. Bethel. JI10: H.-irrv Mrtinnnia t.' estdnle. 510; Milton Washburne. 'west Cornwall. ?12j widows, minors and depend ent i datives, Miranda S. Starks, Bond vllle, fS. GRKATER VERMONT. Hon. Klttred tho Boston Globe, answering the question "Where Js thc best opportunity to-day for n.t .tuuiiK nu n eu .-cw iMigianu .' ' recom mends Vermont in the following glowing terms: "If a young man New Kngland born would live a lifo of contentment nnd unalloyed happinosji. in a health-giving climate with a productive soil and pure water, surrounded by beautiful scenery, law-abiding and Christian people, near churches and excellent schools constantly growing lotter. we most cordially inWtc him, and all others, to come to Vermont and purchase farms, which can be secure. cheaply and upon en.sy terms of payment. No State has better grazing lands, and her valleys and hillsides are- productive of large and excellent crops, and. in general, are easy of cultivation. With lho many inducements which Vermont offers to young men who are willing to engage In lho mosf linnnrnl in 1 ir,.tr.r. . ..u - . ..... .li, lllis lL Wl ,1(1 occupations, who would livo a life of om- i'.te.ttiM- eitpe ,e:iei ine-ttseu con ten tnient, and, attaining to lipe old age, die hippy, n spceted and loved hy all with whom th -y have enn c- In contact, there Is no reason or cxriisc for anyone to go West, (in-it 's Vermont " Torturing Piles S J Flrntieymptoms Moisture; Intense itch- ln, mlnxlng; desire to vratch, mint at W night If allowed lo continue, tumors form, 5 whlcb often protrude, ulcerateand bleed. JJ Instant relief; no pain ; no knife. jf Certain cure simply uso Swayne's Ointment S S HarmlfM -, hrallnjc. Hftlf ncpntury'Mf t S f proves that it never fails. At druggists, f H OOOnli, Totry bpforn vnubuy.addre, a C Ir. .Snn.Tne A Hot Philadelphia, 0 who will gladly jn&ll,in & k,Uln wrivpper, A.SAjwrrLE nox frke. 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Subscribers may havo morn than one paper from this rlubbinc list Always send a stamp fur reply when a klnr abuut this, as we do nil this work at nu profit hi, ordw tu acomnadAVt puc ubaariiiM, PRES DENT S VST. Provision to Be Made at Montpel cir to Accommodate All Resi dents of Vermont. PARADE AND A SPEECH Exercises Will Be Held In tho Stato House Grounds under Ausplcos of tho Vormont Society S. A, R, Several Other Noted Men In tho Party. Montpeller, Aug. 17.Tho visit of Tresl dent Rooscvolt to this city on tho SOth dny of August Is to bo mado a public event of an entirely non-partisan nature and open ns far as possible to every resident of S er niont. To tills ml the committees In chaigo of the matter have arranged to havo him speak where at least fiu.uOO people can see and hear him and thc railroads nave prom ised special trains nnd excursion rates for the day. One of the largest crowds In tho history of the city Is expected. The original Invitation of the Vermont Society, S. A. It., to President Roosevelt, contemplated having him as orator at tho annual meeting of the society and of a public character se that a largo number could see anil hear him. This invitation was accepted by the President but In or der to give a wlelur scope to the occasion anil to afford the public every opportunity to hear thc President speak, the acting president of the society, F. D. Proctor and Secretary' C. S. Forbes representing the so ciety decided to Invite the city of Mont peller to co-operate with them In tho wel come extended to tho President. This In vitation was given to Mnyor J. M. Bout well at u meeting held at tho Pavilion yes terday, at which Senator Dillingham, Mayor Boutwell, the lion. Hiram Carleton, chairman of the board of managers of the affair; Secretary C. S. Forbes, Representa tive A. J. Sibley, the Hon. F. A. Howlanel nnd F. W. Morse, passenger ngent of the Montpeller t Wells River railroad, were present. The proposition met with the approval of all present and the invitation was accept eel hy Mayor Boutwell In behalf of the city, lie will soon call a me.-tlng of the prom inent citizens to mako tho necessary ar rangements for the visit of the President. Committees to carry out the programme for thc occasion will bo selected from the members et the Sons of the American Rev olution and citizens of Montpeller rep resenting all parties. The list will Include nn executive committee, committee on doc. orations and a committee on speakers' stand. The stand where the exercises will take, place will be erected In front of the State house-, where President Roosevelt will der liver an address before tho society and the public. The Vermont society of Sons of American Revolution desire that the meet ing be given the widest publicity and that It he mudo the occasion for a large attend ance of people from all parts of the State. The exercises will take place about 4:30 o'clock in tho afternoon, music will be furnished by the St. Albans Glee club and the Montpeller Military band. The Hon. F. D. Proctor will preside and Introduce the President. The Vermont society, ft A.R.,nnd the city of Montpeller will have ass their guests In addition to President Roosevelt, George C. ""ortelyou, secretary to the President, the Hon. L. M. Shaw, secretary of the treasury Rear Admiral Charles E. Clark. Gov. W. W. Stlckney, United States Senators Proc tor and Dillingham nnd Congressmen Fos. tcr and Haskins. The guests will be met at tho depot on the arrival of thc Presi dent's special triln by Mayor Boutwell, President F. D. Proctor and a few other representatives of the city and society. The party will be escoi ted to carriages and driven through the streets of Montpel-le-r, escorted by a battalion of the Vermont National Guard consisting of Co. H of Montpelier, Co. K of Barre anel Co. F of Northtleld. The Montpeller high school battalion, th- Norwich cadets and members of the Vermont society. S. A. R., will also form a part of the parade. It Is expected the residence" and "tores along the line of march will be decorated. At the conclusion of the drive the cxecu. tlve commltteo representing the city of Montpeller will deliver the President and guests to the Vermont society, P. A. R., at the State House stand, where the exorcises! wll' take place. These exercises at the stand will bo In charge of the officers and board of managers of the society. RALLY ATJWRTHFIELD Senator DUUng-ham and Frank Plumlay Arouso Groat Enthusiasm. Watrrbury, Aug. 17. The republican rally advertised for Saturday evening called out a big crowd on tho park near tho hotel, where the speakers. Mr. Dillingham and Mr. Plumley and L. C. Moody were to give their views of the relative merit of prohibi tion and high license from the same stand occupied by Mr. Clement a few days ago. but a sudden shower heforc the speaking commenced made it necessary to change tho base of operations to the opera notice which was Immediately tilled toovcrllowing many being unable to gain admittance. The speakers were at their best, and the close attention and hearty applause told plainly the sentiment Hint pervaded the audience. It any doubts have been enter tained about thc st-inel that Wntertiury re publicans would take in the coming elec tion thoy must have been entirely dispelled by the rousing enthusiasm of this gather ing. Excellent music was furnished by tho Watcrbury band. CAUCUSES IN STOUT. Stowe, Aug. 17. -The republican caucus to nominate a candidate for representative was held Inst oveniug. A resolution pledging those who took part In tho caucus to sup port the republican nominee for governor nnd to instruct tho tiomlnco to support the State republican platform, was presented and defeated by a voto of !C to ra, Several regular republicans refused to take further patt in tho caucus and the Clement men nominated E. E. Rohlnson by a voto of 7ft to li over P. R. Gale as a republican, This will not be recognized ns a regular repub lican caucus and nomination papers will be tiled for Mr. Gale and 11. G. Thomas Is ex. peeled to also flic papers, The democrats nominated C. L. McMahon for representative. FUSION IN SWANTON. Swnnton, Aug. 17. Tho democratic cau cus Saturday night elected C. H. Reynolds chairman and F. H. Foster, secietnry. IS. A. Ayers was nominated enndlelnte for town representative without opposition, nnd the same evening at a silbsecitent meeting of the Clement men wns endorsee! as their candidate. Tho republican caucus for nominating a candidate for town icp resentatlve will bo held Monday ovenlng at town hall. POLITICS IN NORTHFIELD Democrats Nomlnnto M, D, Smith and Cloment Men Want to Fuse. Northflcld. Aug. 17. The democrats of Northlleld held their caucus last evening p. J. Farnsworth acted ns chairman. M D. Smith was nominated for town rente sentntlve, The democratic town committee was instructed to confer with the repub lican lown commuted anu arrange a union justice ticket. Tho Clement forces have been making' overtures to the democrats In the way of fusion. The point asked by tho Clement men Is that the democratic representative If elected, cast his lirst ballot for Clement In the (vent of the election being decided by the legislature Incorrigible elemocriUH o? l like tins programme and say the llrst '.ill-it should go to Mcfleitrlck The mat Lcr .WU- UJ..lU3tli idle cuil4ld.uj,iblo length at the caucus. The caucus ndjotirned with out Inking action nn tho question, This Is supposed to sound tho death knell of fusion and the latest rumor Is that the Clement men will run nn Independent ticket and placo K. F. Deerlng in nomination for rep resentative. This means n three-cornered fight. SOUTH BL'RI.INGTON DISMOCRATS. The democratic caucus at South Burling ton Satuidny night wns largely attendee! and was an ha:-inonl.us affair. There was no opposition to Daniel (I'Brle-ii and he wns unanimously nominated, Mr. O'Brien represented the town In the Legislature two years ngn nnd was u strong supporter of Senator Dillingham. Ho also cast hl- oio for the high license local option bill that was presented at that session. BENNINGTON REPUBLICAN CACe'l'!-'. Bennington, Aug. 17. At a largely at tendee! nnd enthusiastic republican caucus last evening Dr. W. IS. Putnam was unani mously nominated for town representative. Dr. Putnam Is now president of the village and ono of the most popular citizens of the town. He Is practically sum of election. CLEMENT AT MILTON. Milton, Aug. 17. A large nnd very en thusiastic audience greeted P. W. Clement at tho opera house ha.ll last evening. Ho was Introduced by L. D. Latham. Ho ad vanced no new arguments but followod very much on the same lines gl' n in other places. LABOR MEN OPPOSE CLEMENT. Montpeller, Aug. 17. It Is reported heie thnt the Federation of Labor hns had Its attention called to rcrclval W. Clement's record on labor riucsllons anil that It Is to take action thereon asking that all labor unions in Vermont repudiate him as a can didate or governor. M'CI'LLOl'Gl I CLCB IN BRANDON. Brandon, Aug. 17. A McCullough repnb. llcan club has been foimcd hero with a membership of son. Tho members are ery enthusiastic and are conducting nn aetho canvass of tho town. NEW EVIDENCE Officers Think Stella Bates vVas Impll cated In tho Bennington Murder. Bennington. Aug. 17. New evlden a dis covered to-day by Deputy Sheriff Nash ar.d Chief of Police Godfrey Indicates thnt Stella Bates was equally guilty with Leon Perham and Mrs. Mary Rogers ill causing tile death of Marcus Rogers, tho husband of Mary, who was found dead lu thc rhe-r near Morgan's Grove last Thursday mora ine. Young Terham was in love with tho Bates girl and that Is why he. has tried to shield her at every point of his confes sions while not sparing himself or Mrs. Rogers. He has said all along that Stella Bates wns not witli them when the deed was commlUed and that they did not see her again that night, hut ofllcers to-day found a young man, Harold Cnmming-e, who says that as he was going to Ills homo at the head of SaiTord street at l.&i o . lock Wednesday morning he met Pcrh.tm. Mrs Rogers and Stella Hates. This ellre, ty con tradicted perham, who said that he anil Mrs. Rogers returned from the rier to the Perham house without seeing Steii.i. As Rogers's watch had stopped ,,t !2:.i0 about the tune that It is s-iposed the body of Rogers was thrown into the river it would ghe them just about this time to get where they were met. Excitement yet continues and the crime was referred' to in the different churches to-day. This forenoon Perham accompanied by the officers w-e-nt to his houses on Sjfford street and from there traced over tho route covered by the murderers ard their vic tim on fateful last Tuesday night. He led the officers by a dcvlou route out SaiTord, County nnd Grove stteets to Morgan's Grove and winding through that to the bank of the river whero witli their backa to a low stone wall h and Mrs. Rogers sat while sttetched between them with his bead trustingly in bis wife's lap lay their victim until they took advantage of his trii3t and chloroformed him and rolled his lifeless body Into tho water. He hold how he- am! Mrs. Rogers sat on thc edge of 111" bed and forged the note with Marcii" Rogers name signed telling of his intended suicide. He told how they took an old overcoat from thc hall to wind about their victim's head to mako the chloroform more effective and of their cutting a piece- from the- clothes lino in the back yard to tie Roger's hands. During the entire trip Perham maintained his composure even when he met bis aged and grief-stricken father whom he parsed without speaking or imv sign of recogni tion. Ho answered every question with promptness except when Stella Batis'a name was mentioned whe-n he be came mure rcserve-d and caretul. Frum what they could lenrn the ofllcers think lVrham and the- Bates girl planned to go away and get married when they got the J.Vw that was to be the proceed!- of the murder. Stella Bates still Insists that she bought the chloroform at Joseph Ayres's drug store, but did not know what Mis. Rogers want--il it for. Mr. Arcs and his clerk deny that the purchase was made there. Stella has regained her nerve somewhat since last night and she Is no longer hys terical and threatening suicide. Mrs. Rogers maintains her calm and In sists that she is Innocent and that Perham Is lying to gain notoriety. Tho other man in the case, tho young mechanic w bom Mrs. Rogers expected to marry If she could get rid of her husband, is not yet implicated, in any criminal way. The fhst clue against Mrs. Rogers were some of his pay en velopes bearing he:- name will, h were found on the river bank where tho mur der took place and supposed to have been lost from her pocket. On the night of the! murder, however, this young man was with Company K of tho Vermont N'mlnmit Guard at muster at ISssev Junction ami he did not get home until the next dnv. The two women have engaged ex-Judgo Charles II. Mason to defend them. Perham has no lawyer or money. The thr"e prts oneis were arraigned before Justice Shurt llff Saturday night and pleaded not gulltv The hearing wan then postponed to next Thursday. When the complaint was read charging her with murdering her husband Mrs. Rog. ers held her hands over her faro nnd moaned hut did not break down. The nth. ers did not flinch but Inter in thc evening Stella Bate" became Insterlcnl and sulci she would kill herself Mrs. Rogers vestcr. flay confided to the matron of the jail that she expects to he confine! in December. Leon Perham still Insists that he and Stella Bates were hypnotized by Mrs. Rogers. OBSERVED EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY. St. Johnsbury, Aug. 17. Major N. P. Bowman celebrated his SOth birthday Sat urelay afternoon by entertaining the ladles of the Seventy club of whtun he Is an hon orary member anil also observed the 7Sth birthday of his wife who Is president of tho club. Short addresses were made by dipt. IS. l. Hovey, the Rov. Dr. IS. T. Fairbanks, ex Senator Ross, A. C. Hussey, Arthur F Stone and Judge Wendell p. Stafford. Be fore the guests spoke Mrs. Bowman gave an address, of welcome followed by a me morial paper to the tlve who li.id died dur ing the year. Major Bowman spoke brlelly and both himself and wife received hearty congratulations from all present. The ex crelsrs e-loscd wtth supper served by the Woman's Ree f Corps. Mrs Bowman was presentcil witli a Woman's Relief Corps pin having long been a member of the or ganization. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Biguaturo cl Ben the Iha Kind Yoj Have Alvuys Boucnt OASTOniA. B tti the 1 ha Kind You Have AUays Bought T NAMED No Opposition Made to the High License Candidate in Re publican Caucus. DECLARED FOR CLEMENT Regular Ilopubllcana Do Not Accept Him nr Candidate and Filed Nomina tion Papers for Hon. Honry Bal lard -Domocrat Tried to Sec ond Vlncont's Nomination. The republican caucus for the nomination of a candidate for city reprcsent itKe ancl 15 J'istlces of tho peace was held Mon-lav at thc city hall and wns a largely mimcl eel gathering. Dr. W. S. Vine ruts name was the only ono presented to the cau cus nnd be whs nominated by ballet nner lie hud pledged himself to support P. W. Clement for governor, those In lavor ol a straight republican tlckrt refr.ili mg from voting for reasons hcroaffr explain ed. The caucus was called to ord- r it i o'clock by S. M. Flint, eJialrrn.m ol tl, lepulillean city committee, anel Mm-or I'. C. Ilnwley was chosen chairman ,i-el J T. Slene-ns, secretary. S. J. H- lit. '-, conferred with democrats In tie r- i nt democratic caueus, placed the nam-- ni J jr. Vincent before the caucus and th, i n-n-inatlon was seconded. Mic hael Mi Ke r.i--, a democrat, attempted to second th- i,-,m-Ination but cries of "sit down, y i it .i democrat," ancl stamping of the feet m.ede it Impossible for him to bo heard. Thomas Fnlley precipitated a crlMS bj saying a regular republican should be nom inated. He maele a motion tnat Dr. Vincent bo asked to state to the caucus whether he favored Gen. J. (',. M- - ""ulloupli for governor or whether he wa ll supporter of p. W Clement. Thc chair appointed Mr. Fnlley, F. c. Ilerrlngtnn and I. W. Goodell a committee to wait upon Dr. Vincent. While the committee wern after Dr; Vincent S. M. Flint, Robert Noble and' Louis 11. Oubliette woro appointed n "om mittee to prepare a list of justices of th pern e. Their nominations were Hdopted as the nominations of the caucus and v eto as follows: S. M. Flint. H M. Price, r, W. D-lxr-vllle J. T. Stearns, F. G. We l t-r. 1.'. E. Davis, P. Lander. A. V. Spu ul-lmg, V. A. Bullaid, I). F. Renaud. I. W Mndig en. E M. Sutton. .1. J. tau-lght P. C D edg-. J.,hn Wl'son and C. D. Graton. Atti-r a wait of e on-ulerable duati,,i. Dr. Vincent wns escorted into the li.ill and upon being introduced lie spoke as follows "For this campaign it is well that party lines are broken. There is only one issue prohibition or high license-local option and every oter in the city should e-xpiess himself this year by voting according to his conscience regardless ot the party whip. You will this year vote once for youtself as lu your judgment N best for your personal liberty and personal si cur lty and be st for the city as well ns for the State. If you do this we will sweep the city by the largest majority in its history. From expressions nt various caucuses dur ing the campaign I am led to believe th-it a majority of both parties in this city are in faor of high license-local option and of the Hon. P. W. Clement for gucrnor. If this is so 1 pledge myself to support P. W. Clement hist, last and all the time and declare myself In favor of high lie il- -local option and will do all in my powe r If elected to pass a high license-local opti n law that will be endorsed by the guod peo ple of crmont, a law tb.it I have- .idi, cated for the past years, wiiirh cover. tbe time I have lived among you." At the close of Dr. Vincent's r- madu Mi Fnlley "aid: "Now that Di. Vlnc-nt l.,-s declared himself for Clement lu- 1- i,o longer one of us. He Is not a repul-h-en This was followed b an uproar. Mb n. 1 1 McKen.le again attempted to speak 1 it was unable to do so on ace mint of the con fusion and cries ot 'Sit clown Mike jnu are a demnernt " Order was restored by the chair and the ballot box opened ami the otlng contin ued for one hour. A F. Walker. Peter Lander and 1'. C. Herrlngton w, re appoint ed tellers anil the vote was announced. Then- were 377 vote? cast and of that num ber Dr. Vincent had MS there be-ing nine s, uttering HOW REGULARS WERE DUPED Nomination Papors Filed for tho Hon. Honry Dallurd ns a Straleht Ho publican. The regular republicans realizing that they had been victimized by lho only can didate before the caucus refrained from voting. They nsseit that at a conference representing all factious of the party, Mr. Herrlngton. speaking for Mr. Vincent, .-alci thnt lu case tlieie should be no elioic. fori governor by the people and the -k 'ion went into the Legislature, Mr. Vlncc-it would -ipiisent the majority of tin- re publican voters of Partington ns indie . iic-l hv the vote for cow-mor in tho mini )-- elec tlon, and a committee consisting of .Mr. Herrlngton, Hubert Hoberts and Col li. U. Smalle-y was tunned to decide the iiue-stlon. Pr. Vincent was absent from the city at the time, but upon his return he In formed different parties that he stood by the agreement made- In his behalf by Mr Herrlngton. This was deemed entirely fair, since tho majority were to rule. It was iu cordingly announced that there was to le no opposition t-e Pr. Vincent in the e-aue us, anil the onlv printed ballots prepared for the caucus bote his ame. It was .ic-iording. ly general! understood that there was to he no opposition to Ir. Vincent and wl en summoned unexpectedly before the caucus it wns supposed he would stale what un derstanding hail bee.n reached. The regular republicans say this explains how they (.lino to be- In a position nut to make or gnnizeel opposition to vim ent .it the cau cus, or to take action in the hall after bo declared in his si-eh that "party lines were broken, ' ami that he should support Clement Hist, last and all the' time. That such an understanding pre ailed among the regular repitblieant- Is evident from the fact that only 377 votes were cast ,e- lotn pared with :.1,KI votes cast at the cite, cm. ens which elected delegates to the State republican coinentlon. Tin- regular republicans m corellngly de rided lo Hie nomination paptrs for ihe linn. Henry Italian! es the straight republican i-andiiliite or. the state republican platform, and thl? wns clone, the movement haing tho enelorseinent of the republican ( ly committee', and the papeis Inning been signed heiore the chairman of tho city committee. Mil. MALLAlin POtl Till! ItKPHItKN DIM. ("encrrnlng the chief Hsuo e-f the hour Mr. Hillmil said- IC or since anel beforo the beginning of the pre-ccnt campaign It was in v settled conviction that the feeling of tin- State had become Mich In regard to the prohibitory law that It would be thc duty of the llemiLllean party to lake the proper action In the i,et Legislature to submit tile jimst Inn to the people of the State At the lime of the Stnte republican r -mention Hint nomlnnted General Me ftilb ugh 1 wns entirely satisfied that tho pit t form then adopted w.es right. It prne tli illy Instructed the republican mombois of the next Legislature to frrmulato a high license local option law and submit it to the people, to lake i-ft'cot upon Its ap proval by a majority of the people, As time has gone on I have become more nnd in u-e sironglv convinced that this is the only w.iy to satlstne.tor'ily settle the ques tion. If elected 1 will use my best e-iToria to help frame a Judicious high lleense-loe il option law and to have It submitted in the voters for th--lr ,ipnroaI Mi- Pallard' nomination paper w.i-1 -1 -itu il b. th foil, w n;. tl " , in. , I, ll'ipiei ll ll St etute Tuunias l-'ullc, i- S, Lamm, Yv, li, j ma The Comfortable Pajama ! No where can you find the restful comfort you wil' find inside of a sut of Pajamas, All we have to j do to make a Pajama cus tomer is to get a man to try them. One trial settles it ho's a Pajama man ever afterwards. Not very ex pensive luxury, either. Pajamas at $1.50, $1.75, and $2.00. Some very pretty patterns, neatly made and trimmed. Tie Blue Slope. H. C. HUHPilREY. Green. I. H. reiimi. ft-, G ..r.- 'I 1 f- 4 T: P M ,' 1-. I'. I'. i'ii- ' " Ii I. I'.M .- , e i - J p, . I t e , ( t, Ge ii g- W Deb- rll- H e; . , a F !'iii A. i Sp.iulu.iig li Klihll Ii 'I . It e ,. , Ish-ini. J L S-eith". e-k V' ' James B Smith, w F- i '1 I 1! 'l-'-i -1 - r ,, .1 -1 I. Pome . e , -i .- p M. Outild. M-n f- . J. U. ('-.-' t- - . r ." t-r. T. S I . k II -l IE. Allen There are th- -. ' date s foi , ii , , Mr Ha Hard : I n.-ite d oi, i li l ' Tiiduni r la 1 for- I - Ms t' .- l.r, t p w ' o has '.1- -1 i -mi - Hon mdi'l itt 'ill the reg'ilar d.-trv r hi rlr. Ballard - th. I legislative i pe n- - h her of both h'nis... MONTPELIER REPUBLICANS ACi Younc Men's Club Ha- Eiife'iped H cjuartors Thorougn Car vass, Afnnflinllr An M ' Young Men's Itenti'-'I'an , i..-. w d j evening In the ..id , -img i, m t change Hot- ' for-ue !y i-i i tcrs. 'I he at'--- .Lu , . w i - g i te standing th" u t : ,i I , , r given from th- 1 .. l,i i , 1 n to rent thw h -;i f.-t , m -campaign fT 1 -1 , -r hire a clerk to keep t .- -,.m evening. A t,-:, )' - wi morrow mon i"g i u-.i.i p- r the club has If,. , ,", ,i r I evening I Much enthusiasm a is f 'light, not oil- for ti , .. t , 1 ferry, the straight -e-;. . h ,-e f' r repre-r-tntlve. hu' .il- : t - i the Si ire and eon t i. , 1 l.-T. se veral juib-i o"i!iii- . t "-nt wards Were ap --n t. 1 j t n 'lose- name is on ti - h i ' ' u p- ron.illy and u- d ' e in election elav the - i i s that no me inin-r of i r v , v, ill have more than t ' re ancl get to the polls, p will be nro Ided for th s- The republicans of .V list week have how - t -. ilive to the situation. P . , r awake and are golnsi 1-. i v. GORDON WILL SERVE Burro Bus a Genuine It ra i-a -dictate for K-presea' -e vi n.' rre. Aug - Al s i) II. an nomut't tor r r--i city, n-rio-i , i t - , , i v. a c incllti.i'e f. M , t! d win aw-iy ,,ii i ,n i i-i opponents oi ti,. I, ' 0 been trying P- in ,h. k d.ites t.y s e nu Mt ij 1 v n. n. Mr e ! rdon w s - i il, it hi.- 'i ime was tu ' , republicans and the r -mm . e ji. oted, is all the moi -also Htatftl that he h. d a'w -publican unci would u- l , republican platform, SHELDON' S C Mi A Sheldon. Aug. 1-Tti- n i-.iucus to-night nomi i.ii-il - i tor representative. H- si:'" , tlrt, lr.st and nil the tlin- The democrats nomtn.t ! L, (. i.e.; e, who is not a Clement m m. SWANT0N REPUBLICANS Name Ellts V. Fostei f.r lo t nt -tlvo -Voto to Havo a b .- .- c Swanton. Aug lv Th i eus held ill the t -n lue'i u- well attended. 1. . : . , 1 and ma.le a tew re mark-. V i f nnmes for justice of the j, w ) ' Denied and aecei-ted. C e r t then unanimously iienm ,ii r r rcntative hat he refus. d r t w finally e.cused. The .a e tnnuslj neiiiiliuite'i Llhs 1 - i i perous e.it side fariin r w . j. many olllces of trust in tew . lb-solutions endorsing -i. r- ,in t Siau.- candidates and p'M - i strt'e ting the represent. m . i i liiti-iest ot a high liven- 1 iiieni'.uni bill. It was votcl to have ,t 1 'i names wcte placed on t! hi t ml h.inils of Si-cret.ii- li. 1 i WATERBURY'S CANDIDATES Republicans Name C. Wads Democrats Q. B, Evans and Clomi''' Mon C. I. Hatch. Waterbun . Aug. K -At i1 ' u i caueus.it W'.iterbiirj Ciiui'- i 1 S Patchelcli-t- was called to pr - id Infoi null ballot was taken i(jui'- g follows: l-'or oiineliel.ite for i oeintau J. V. Shlpmaii hud UJ ' We 'ft 1 l.'e and S. C. Wheeler ,t Mr Wheel r l withdrew his name from i a.u ( C. Wells was nominated on l' - iex i receiving "S votes lo ,',7 f S pm ' 1 Shlpman then moed to m i v Mr W nomination unanimous, wl w with a cheer. Mr. W'lnrl, r tucn r the nominee his hearty su, ,-ort caucus adjourned with the 'ust f--tho pari of all the aspir.,:its for t . Inntton and their frioiuls The democratic cnitcur f,-r Pie tlon ot n candidate for rci v sc t candidates for justice of t lie p lielel at G. 11. Hvans H h n.d a Kvan was nlieed In nomm tt n f x-Mitntlvo "or justices or th pi cm us m l.eptiM tin- iionu-.it -en i th rcpiiMii an e aiic ii Ti e r 'to 1 HI i tl C 1 II it b lor . .mdi.l iti 'or r- i t tu W i- I'l'-d l. the l, i se lo. e 1' 'i-H ii I an entire new list f. j il 'i oH the peace.