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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY. AUGUSi 21, 1902.
3 VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from first race.) fci-n id'" it.n Vim - v c-hliii ,1 ' - Ii mi 111' l I il fi nil i 'i r in! other relatives. Rohoit tin-own lorm 11 mowing inn iv Hitting his linn illlti' bmllv. . hn returned to 111 home In V V The V -. T. 1 . VVI SALISBURY. Hi Mrs KIHo i iiti moon l-Ucd Ml Sund 'V.-It-i K 1 ii tmi.; lis 1 il'iiyi'llc this week Mr and .Ml"-. Dutllel liv 'i 1 1' i Ml-. Kllss.1 lung l Huntington vt-in .1 n I i'I.os her S i i.i Mr. .mil Mm ( h iso HrooKS i c 1 v r. Mili )i i i uli i. Mis. Jennie Hnii' i."' sond iv Mt-s S uln- Slinnnsun is I 1 i.rliiiMlmi h".,pn il miiliu: li.nl 11 MU-- , f 1 operation performed and II I" Impel 1 Will 1 Will nu.ilu soon.- HI wood -Mot -I 11 .mil wife hive mm i it In Mnnktoti. -Mr inn! Ml h 'D-skle. who have boon Im.inl b g wit', ( I, ul. i iinls. tcturtied to their Jiomc in 1 In i n n I. Cmiii.. Tuonlny. FERKISBURGH. Mr nnil M vrs 11 .1 1 il l i' i 1! rs frii ' V u ! t ( r I- 1 M v I nf I I r 1 lh If OS : flltl (I - Cvrus Kim r nnd Mr, nwJ irnotitei spent ii iln.v rceont ,. i s l'mnt nl t ho cottage of w Itei- tin y mrt !l pin ty nf St. l.mi..-Mr. nml Mw in nt i. New Haven mi Sun- I .it 1 1 . r- ll in. "f bin sister, Ml'S. i.l aimtii i i-t, r. Mm. Edward l in, at'. I I M i . Mrs. George r'ltntii'i I- visiting her sister, ( i .iliN i il v ill go Intti entnp . t t's f .tinU it I... rc l'olnt "11 i f n tw w. lc ' C. Field mil o 1 Mot man .iml fanil k, ,,n ( tn lt .it tli, same time Mi - W 111 Ki yen urn .dvont nf a little Hi. in, August 11. - ,f l.'itiiriui'iiil'nv, rt nf In- .lent Inn i 'onurnuntlnniil p -r- t, I'li.ll llntlln. It Is i , i. 'i Mr Ills fntlii r st Jltli -iitv of the - in tins I f-K mti f r th mi unt meeting f !, icon Allen Ad- i In 'il in till town. Dr. Rogue, who has been In the north p.trt uf the Stale for the lust two weeks t. tinned htitru' Monday. Alfred Ynlc and ii frlniiil from Ann Arbor, Mli'h . are upend ing thcll vueulioii nl W. M. Ynlr's "'. A. (llhhs sipnt n fpw dins In ltlptnn wltn his hrntlii'r, INlwnid Ollih" lust wnoli. -MI.'S Mnllm y nml Miss WIipcIpi- of N'i rth l'i rr s. lniiRli vlsltnl nt II. S. Stmip's lei nilly.--Mis. (liny mid tun chlldinii nf Hymens,', N. V. vl'll'il nt Irn (Jnlc's Inst work. l'.d v.ird illhhh nf Indlmi Diilinnl, Muss., It "IIIhb his p.irciits, Mr. nml Mrs. N. A. tlllilis. NORTH FERRISBURGH Mr. mid Mrs. Curios M. it tin nrc i pcpIv- llitr eniiunitiiliitlolis nn Ihn nrrlvnl of li lmhy Kltl.-Mis. mid Ml. (lllnmn of Nrw tnlivllli'. M.iss., nti VlsltltiK nt ri. .H Mlir- lln's. Mlssi s rrmiivs Wlicnler mid llprtlm Million- hi c sIIIiik Mrs. I lizi-Ul.ili Sloiif nt Snllshnry. Thf hocIhMp nnil i.'iilprtuln- nipiit on Krldny pvpiiIiib pIvph ny tlio Khm's nnilKlitcts. i.s i vpty plc.ismit nt f.nlr. Icp crp.nii ntnl ctikr wore on smIp. Tim nrni pnl.4 wpii. .llimit faT. -Mr. llnnis of lIliipshiirKh, olciipIpiI tin. pulpit nt ttinl Mctlmdlst Chinch on Hiiinlny ninrnliiK In the nhspnro nf thn pnstnr Mr. Cicoiup Urn inon. Mr. ami Mrs. S. H. Mnrtln. with Mis nnil Miss UUnviti nf Nowtonvlllp, Mass.. Miss H.ikpr nf Canilirldcc, Mn.. started on Monday innriiliiK for a ilrlvr thr nich the Adlrondarks. They will visit John Martin at Sntnnnr l.nkp lipfnfp t!m rn ttirn. Mrs. W. M. Now ton has returned to N'orth Adams. Mass., aftPr siiPinliiiK tho siimmpf at hi r father s cottage at Thomp son's l'olnt. Mr iii .-r t' K' 1 I. I ' dm it i , h l ,t h WEYBRIDGE. - i .ii it ii... i.i i i ,f .1 , n,( nf IIPli.l WI1PPI imS n,.sri, ihr. niiond. Ii.ik rptnrtipil tl i ,,t ,ri;r 'is nil snntP fornipr , u. nil i ,-,ilT well' pl'CfPlIt ir "tt... Mm Uton, Kiinsbiii Kh. i irl l-Vrril muh Th" day was 1 1 t .ill loo short for frli'inllv with plfavant romlnlsmiippH nf ,,,1 rlnlnir iiistlro tn tho tal.lPS ,1 . l...H.,a .if !. Irlinl t'rnvl- nlTTTIlil fiatnon Twltdicll and son from Ohio are Ktiests .it tin Ttt iti hr ll linlimstPail. Mr. TwitPholl was horn, and spout hW miller . p. M s In this plai mid la visiting Ills old honip after an nhspncp of many yuirs. -Mr. mid Mrs. Krnl Itlvers are piiniplns at thp lake Miss lib Its, who mis 1 on the Kiirst of Mr. Warren Klnpslnnrt for ,1 lev vppUs irliirned to her home III Troy, N. Y., last Mmiday.--Thprc will lP no i-vr-vlpes at the Methndlst Cliiirrli in t Sim da. Knynmiiil StuiiPMint Is inaUliiR 10 pairs on his marliliip shop. A new wntrr hi'pti put in. .Mrs. unrt uau'o her linme In Waterlniiy, Conn. The Vtrv. and Mrs. MeKlnl of ltlptnn visited at the M. thmlist pnr.-..iii-nce last week. Miss K.ito l'itlz of Ulptnn is the u'n'st of Mis. 1.. N. It i prs.-Kthaii Allen hand will play at the republican rally in MlddlclHiry. (f Mr l ( V( d PANTON. f New York i'b, rt. s .1 l'lllley 1 i i town in i ti ll! 1 rf r 1 if - . 1(0 .1 ..It ,,t Kr i t the b i t ,,f T' .1 Mr- .1 k Mi M i n i.l n 1 e III i'. m.tktiiK I he ' "m. ' 1 1 in i . Hi m N V w i u I. M i S l Mrs l, i. 1 T ln a few works with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Palmer. Mis. llazuii Col move is visiting a brother at llnst Kalr lleld. who Is sprloiisly III. Dr. A. V. llnr dlpk and Mrs. llunfick haw boon absent on n carrliiKP tlrl'i through Mnrrlsvlllo and olhpr towns In that olelnlty. Mrs. .1. I. . Uhlteomb and Miss l.oulse Whltcomli of H.ttllo Crook, Mich., liavo boon the riipsIs of Madame Whltcomb and Mrs. K. II. Mann. l'rltiPlpal and Mrs. A. K. Chase and childroii woro also kupsIs but hnve te turni'd to IIssox, N. Y., on their way to their homo In HiintlliBtnti. I.. I. V. T. Mpad after nn Piifnieed vncntlnn of sev eral weeks by Illness has returned to bis old position In the railroad station at Wol-etitt.-Mrs. Clarissa Hllss still continues In ill bonlth. Mls KtoreiiPo Mctilbbon of llartfoid. Conn., Is spondlng her vacation with hor mother and other friends In town. I."V Metcalf was nominated for town renrosi ntatlvo nt the republican caucus. The petit iurots for the fall term of court arc Ilcpton Melealf and Wllllnm J. Klynn. tl'p uranil Juror, C. M. Mead.-.Miss Krnnirs Nay and Miss Hawk from tho vMulty of Itoston are the pilosis of nr. nnil Mrs V. S. Nay. -The mother nf Mrs. .1. 1 1. Wills, Mrs. Miller, who died at tho home of the Kev. .1. II. Wills nn Krltliy. was taken on Sunday to Helvldoro for burial. Crank Arthur and l'red KnlKht", who havp been spending I heir vacations In town, have returned to their work at llel Ir.ws l'nlls.- A ver. pleasant party from this village spent Friday and Saturday on Ml. Manshdil. SHELBURNE. Prof, Cecil Kgg r turned from Montronl pilnesdav, where lie bad In en to attend the funeral of his betrothed, who was at -ciilciitalU drnwnnl nt Old Orchard Hoach. Mr and Mrs. Walter Horry are the proud h.,ri,u ,,f n Ki-nounil boy and Mr. Mrs. Lewis Aboil the happy parents of ,li. dm. itliler iimmia It Cargo and Miss Jenny linker were married by the Hov. M. (i. Cote hat-unl-iv ovenliiK at the Methodist parsoli iRO. At tli.i rriniblieati raiicils Saturilay vmi lug a resolution was Introdiaed to support tin. rrniitillran iilatform anil republican Slate ...mdlil iies ntnl was voted down by a vote of 07 tn .m. W. J. Sheridan was Hum iliated as a Ineil optlnn-hlgh license can didate for town representative with th" eudnrseniriit nf P. W. Clement for iovorn 'r, Monday the name of Leonard C. IViy was filed .is tho regular republican nnmltifvi fnr town representative. I)r. W S. Webb and family have gone to Noliim!,' for two weeks. William Wi st has resigned his pnsitlnn as bend groom on Shelburne Karins and will soon move bis family to Burlington. and Dr M V v t i Mr A M 1 IV n 1 t w 1 lv is vMt iid Mrs. tb"it .iniiu- ,.t Mr. and N ., tin is m i. -a-- Mil w i ibo pu. -t i - during i 'v it'i" has "in l. nn-ird llnpllllK I'.ir'-tnw Mi-s ,1 1 'I n as t lie ue-t i i i ;,,. , r Sm d i .- The , ss mooting nf the Kpworlh .ii t ,k'- plan after the player I hutsday evotiing. NEW HAVEN. 1 Mis Hutehinsnii and son nrd M'- Charles Hayes and smi nf n . i'l, il nn friends tn lo.vn last M Piiia and family of Tarr. Y . .ire visiting relatives 111 town, i Ii- V ilM.itu narrow and Mi. 1' i' l.ittb klsitod rolathes in i Y 1 i -I v i K. -Miss I.en. i nterb'ir i.- Ibo guest nf Mi s Mi-t,,n Mr -n .1 Mrs II. C I - I. lb, I Hin, hi. and K. H. , i t ,i fi u il i s ii Buitim Hay ,( l'- I: K 1- v is buying fail Mi .M. .1 1 , -.mtols mid family 1 '..in ,i - t "i 1 1'lfllngl.ni la-l 1 ,1 Mis ,, S. Illll-soll nf u,i. i w ' ist week Miss l ,,f '1 H r,i detog.'l is isitlllg .(lis . c Little. Mr-. Henry ilinut'.ii wb'i has liooti spend-k- with Mr. and Mrs. K. r. tnr r 1 i nne Monday.--MWs -i. r of M.mtpolier is visiting i - P.. II senior. Misses Wln ,:i.i. i, lleih. rt A. I llnnia l and li" man are spending a few n i at Long Poii.t. HUNTINGTON CENTER. Mrs. V C,. Norton Isitod at Kidney (ill. lots In Lsst,. JuiHll'in lie last nl last week -Mr. .mil Mrs 1. V. Hanks nf .a.-h-un, N. 11.. ate visiting relatives, in inwn.--Sir. and Mrs. Harry Ullis nf Hurllnglon Mslted Mrs. Kllls's parents. Mr and Mrs. P J. Kandall last week -Mr. and Mrs II liam Level t are visiting frieiuls In Cam bridge and Jericho. Th. t!ev ,. Cbise p( ke nil high llcpiise .mil Imal option last JERICHO. oral held from the Parker House Sunday. Thn library bonks have bron nioed into their now room and the work of preparing them for the shelves and making cata logue has begun. There were Hupp can cusL.i hold Saturday night. At thn repub lican caucus a Justice ticket was nomin ated as follows. rieorgo I'avles. K. O. Martin. II. W, Pierce, tl. I). Leonatd, A. lt, Stearns. T. H. Donahue and Tlmmas McDonough. The high license caucus held In the old town house restilttd in the nom ination of 11. L. Pn liner as Urn lanilldnto for representative of that party. Miss Trossa (lorfany Is liineh Iniiiliiieil 'tj health and has engaged to teach school No. ii. the coming term. A retiiibllcnn club was organized last Katutdav evening. The lnlloWIng ofl leers were elected. President, 11. A. lieeeher vice-president, M. H. France; secretary l.Vanb lnf trensiirer. S. P. Degree: ex ecutlve eotnmlttce, K. II. Itend, Martin Sipall. Henry W. Unssell. It is expected Hint a grain! rallv will bo bold here next week A harvesters dedication ball will be bold at tho now town nil Thursday, f-ol'i 11th. The llowatd Opera House orcliostr i will furnish the music. Supper will be inr- nlshod ai the Parker House.- It is expect ed that H. O, Marltn will lie the cnnillilile of the regular republican for town repre sentatlvo. Mr. atid Mrs. Peler Smith of Dorchester, Mass.. ate visiting relatives here. Mis. Smith was formerly Miss Dora HostwI K, daughter of John llostwlck. Noble S. Love of llartp is visiting his brother. Murra l.nve. Mrs. II. C. Cassidy, accompanied by Mrs. Stoeves of Itoston, wont to Sara toga Spi lugs Tuesday to spend a fw d.ns -The Itpv C.eorgo II. Carr of Charlotte v'sited tho ltov. Charles Saffnrd tlio llrst of the week. -Mrs. Croat and daughter of Derby are visiting their daughter and s ter, Mrs. MclClbbon. ESSEX JUNCTION. Miss Maude King of this Vlllago and John Hotgor nf Fort Hthan Allen w. re married at the home of the bride's patents, Mr. mid Mrs. MiUholl King Monday ivm- inn .it s n'. loi k. The llev. Lvan Thomas pel formed the ceremony. Major Henry D. Snyder, medical depart ment, V. S. A., Is relieved ftoiu duty us at tending surgeon in New Yolk city 10 take effect upon the expiration of his pros nt tni.e., r,t fllisellCe Split. 1. Iinil Will prill e, I, in Plnitslniie.li barra, ks. N Y for duty. Mnjur Snyder will relieve Major Hairy lvi-l. . siii-20011. 1. S. A. Papers for nomination for representative havi been tiled by P. C Abbey and P. Ayers of Ksspx Center. Ilolh are repub licans. Tho election belongs tn the Kssex Center part of the town this year. THE WEEK'S NEWS Miss Wninnl and Miss fir.immnr of Vor e. ster. Mass.. are boarding at A. C. 11ns klss. Myron Sklnnr of Minnesota, haa boeri visiting In town the past week. Tho ltov. Mr Kliott of Waterbury -Mil preach in this place Sunday Among those who attended tho Cent' nnlal at Westford wore; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. llowo. Mr. and Mis. I, II. Chapln. Mr and Mrs. F. S. Hansom, r;. C Hicknell. Mrs. Varncy, Sits. Jed Var nev. Mis Arthur Morse, Mr. and Mis. II. ' 1 Hall and Jlr arri Mrs. Lewis. The Uev V O. Cill lias accepted mo can ny TriTJR.SnAY, AVC 14. Gnneral .Incob SinltU seriously slok hi form of nervous collapse at Portsmouth, O Itoeklund, Tliotnaston and fnm- tlcn railway hold rps'pontlblt' for tnotor liian's death at Hnckpoft, Mp- Henry WuttPi'son snj-s he Is not n rtintlltliito for governor of Kentucky Tlcv. A. S. Illsboc. noniltintPcl for sheriff of (him- lierlnnil county, Mi Iloston's tnx rate for 11)02 will he .$14.80, a tlecreas- of in cents Freelerlck K. Ilclis and .1. M, Fisher nrrcsteil nt Itoston on a chnrco of iisliiR tho mnlls In aid of a r onsplrncy to dofrnud; held In .flCOOO each- Five men held In $.ri00 ball each In con nection with the McDonald tnr and fonthor ense nt Marlon, Mass Claims ninde for money Henjaniln Franklin left for Itoston nnd Phllndtdphln printeri, on the ground that rnono.v hits not been properly used Story of white racoon Mindanao l disputed Republican "textbook" Mild to be "out of print" - Bnmller force of troopt, nt Shrnnndouh No doclslon to call nn extra session; president merely considers Its possi bility Press generally commends the appointment of .IildKe Holmes to the supreme court fieneral Smith pre print: n report which will be a vindica tion of his course In the Philippines - Cholera epidemic in many cities n .Inpan Oreeno and Onynor liberated liy Quebec juilpe Industrial exhibi tion to be held nt .lohannesburif Ite llef that Emperor William Rained noth ing by his visit to Russia--- Franco willing to restore railroad to China, but Itussla will not yield until Rutland docs. Fill DAY. Arn. in. William A. Gaston announces his candidacy for Democrnlic Rttbernatorlal nomination in Massnchusetts Charles I,. Fair, the California mil lionaire, and his wife killed In automo bile ncoident In France Cnptnln New man and son arrive at Falmouth, Km;., hnvliiR crossed the ocean in a small kerosene launch Clnrence H. Mnckay George Lander and family returned home! h(1r of Tnhn w Mackay; father's Saturday evening auer si'"""'s " with bis brnlher-ln-Iaw. Cioorge lUiol and other relathes. Arthur Isnani and lllbam Millhara weio In Hurlliigton last Satur- mi n.v.r t.l.h,. nt Hl-nnKivn. . V ST. GEORGE, Saturday evening. Tho Ulclitnnnd band fhl, iv,grep itlonal church of this place to was In attendance. Severn! trom lien at-1 ,prnnK. lts 1ilstor. Mrs. Cass Is at Malletts .Mi f I WEST BRIDPORT g' i rl lit 1 T' J l improving the looks nf M 1 1 , h",il house with a new cat r and Mrs. Thomas Colli r i' in Port Henry. N, Y. Mr. M - T Ku II visited it J. A Has S ( -Mi !. Mi? It. A. N.ideaii i" p.r i i . , -,.ii l,ri. Aug i s t,, i- a, , i.inuly nf Ti r (' NY e it 1 1, Carpen '.'iin I a k' tt w is m t'rown Point r i"il M re k nf Vcr si " t He ' it hemic C. II. i ' t row n I nil w is in tow n Mon- I ' M.M'Ie k m.d M, li,i linsll vis frie iil-, in Addison riaturdaj. SHOREHAM. 'fi' eynniinatlnn will be hold at Monday and Tie sday, the tended the Hill reunion a' St ilk-born la odnes Iny. Mr. mid Mrs. J. D. Hanks nnd son, Hoy of lib hmmid and Mrs. Kiigetu.t Kl'lsnii of Itandoljib weio guests of their brother, D. F. Hanks the llrst of the wo,k -Mr. and Mrs. F. 1 1. Haglej attended the camp-meeting at Queen City Park tho litst of the week. The ltov. Mr. Muim of I'nlon City, Pa., has been engaged as pastor hero, and begun bis work hero last Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwaid Murray and daughter nf Hlchinnnd woro tho gie sts nf F. I!. Higley and family the la.-t nf 1. st week. Hdward Littrell and fatnih ir.,,v d into Joseph Daniel s logging camp last Saturday. Mts. H. C F.llls of !lost.,n, Mass. clMteel .it n u. KIlN's and F It Strong's tli,. I ist of last week.- John Uooil noiigb and fnmil nf Me.nipolior are vl-ii-Ing Mrs. nondiiniich's parents, Mr and Mis. Thomas Phillip's. SOUTH BURLINGTON. Mr. and Mis. Janus Hutler of Franklin viited friends In town last w-.k. Mrs. Hutler is Mis. Chester St, l ie's sister. Mrs. I. muse Nye fiom Last Cambridge visited her brother, Solomon Caswell, last week. Miss Florence Caswell return' d home for a w oik's visit. Mr. and Mrs. O. Currier of Richmond me tin uuests nf Mrs. Currier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willi im Maltland. Mis. Luella Ludd of New York Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Minerva lletllmi. HANKSVILLE. i ii- l nil. HANCOCK. 'e Iro mid wife and Mi Ml. bury Mist K-. I I and II. 1. Si . ,, Mrs. Perry Swot nf Brown Hill visit ed nt Orlsoi. Sweet's last week. This is Ibo tiist time Mrs. Sweet has In on away from home In six years. Mrs. Joseph Hrown visited Mrs. H. C. Shaltnel, ruod.i. Mrs. W. lt. Thompson was ealkd to 'Sinrksboro Tuesday by the serious illie-ss ot hor daughter. Mis. Jisslo place. Km' H.ik"i. who has been sick with tin grip, is gaining slowly.- Mis. Linus Hounds Is mi tho sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ll.is klns and two children of Morotown visited relatives and friends hero the first of the w cek. ESSEX CENTER. n. Hllnn of Chicago Is visiting his broth er. II. Hllnn. Master Monroe Fay is visit- i S.i turd a s M New II . l. r -u 11. i- in. Mi Mi -If Mis d .1 Mi Mr - I. i w i '! i .1 S Flint "f at ! Mllbr I inmn Host ,,r -nn p relatives In J. Stmkwell, .Mr. 1 Mr c i i, Mi s M tt ir Tart were in Rethel M,,n 1 ' ' M'ti zei nf Huston, Mass., was 1 trwn f. a iislnst week -Mrs. Ch is. r . ,i , 1,1,1, ,11 have returned to thi ir i !-.., ,,,. N y j jji,,,,;, s a k u n ililliol.- Mrs Adeline Hoik i r 1 I.e. if has been usitiiig at W. W. ' Mr and Mrs. Y. J. Lamb are g i M "in pellet. -Dr. J. It. Ilamblin li r turned trom Worcester, Mass. IiiK bis mother in Sharon - -Mrs. H.iti lioldi r Mi rtie Phil-1 xn.tl dnii"hler nf Hiirllncton. who liavo l ,i Hell, dli t of I viMlliiL- nt . A. Slater's have returned "i .ui.l wile e if j to tliiir home. -Mr. and Mis. C. L. Oitnn I Siind.iv at C of North Calais who liavo been visiting ,il nnd daiigh- tbrlr Imther, Prof. Orton. of (be r.. C. I.. l nl last weik , ft Wednesday morning for Ilardwick to s (e rtrmle Vln-1 visit their father. .Monipeiiei. T,r. u,.v p. C- Abbey and F. W. Aros ie 'iiill of I (ire candidates for town representative last week. I. i (ln nuiilng freeman's meeting The. Riirlliigton j... i.;. Hngers company of Milton are still House ie limiding lumber and balk at this station Moutpellerlfor different points. The rrpmtb each day town -Mr I of II. N. ManMiold are that he is nn bet S A. Tint tor In. A. F. Pock nf Worcester. Mass u .iv tt.itnii chur.-h Is In Johnson A vor pretty wed ling took place. Wed-, nesdav morning at Calvary Church, Jeri cho, when Ada Laura, the oldest daughter or Mrs. Fv elvn L. Sargent was united In marriage of Waiglitstll Walton of Morgan ton North Cntnllna. At 9::i the church doors opened as tho strains of Lohengrin a beautiful wedding march rang out. The grnnm attended by bis best man, Newton Isham. entered first; then Mrs. John T. Ctapp. attired In white organdie, follow- d by the matron of honor. Mrs. J; C Lippencott. sister of the brute; doiii mat rons wnrp short tulle veils nnd parried hunches of golden rod tied with yellow ribbon; Mrs. Lippencott woro her bridal piwn of pointed d" esprit over silk. Then tli.. bride. woai.ing a beautiful gown nf white Jusl cloth over silk, n present from h, r uncle, th Rev. Walter Clayton ciihii r.t Manila, entered accompanied t her mother. The long bridal v il f, II the full length of her gown, and she eariiidi a liouepi. t of white carnations and sinilax. Mrs. Sargent wnie a beautiful gown of black crepe do chine trimnnd with old j Duihisf lace, ami a black hat with os trich plumes. The I! v. George Y. Hllss,1 rector c,t St. lanls Church, Hurllnglon. porf in inert the ierrmoi.y. Tho wedding service wa road nt tlio chancel steps; then the bride and groom eniorca inn ihancol and knelt at th! altar rail, whlH the nuptial mass was celebrated. Tho two mnrrhige, hymns were beautifully ren. derod by Mrs. IIocUos Wlldman of Hurl ington Mrs. W. S Nay and Mrs. Hert C. llawloy of Cndorhlll. The church crowded with friends and relatives, was decorated with evergreen end masses of gnlib n reel; bunches nf the bright yellow flower being tied lo each pew with white ribbon, and the rhai.epl rail was outlined with thn s une Cowers. The altar tvas all white nnd green. Dn'tin Hli knell of Jericho, cou mii of the bride netn! as usher. Att-r thn ceremony tho family nnd bridal par- tv won entortainoii at mo nnme ., i,,,, bride's mother, nnd an elaborate breakfast w is served, during which the pianist, Mr. Wlldman plaso'l her choicest selec tif.ns. Mr. and Mrs. Walton will remain In Jericho for about two weeks, when they will go to their futuie hnmn In Nnrth Caiollnn, nftera visit to New Haven and New York. Many beautiful gifts were recoivcu. a,.v Y vvho has been visiting at u n m,,..i,. o goes to llighgate this we. k to visit vv itb Mr. and Mrs. Marsh.-Mrs. W W. Hlns dlll ai.d daughter, Mildred, am visiting friends In Montpeller.-Miss Imnces Clark of Charlottn has boon engaged to teach the fall term of si bnnl in this town Mr. and Mrs. Tlins Isham of Wlllistnn palled at R. F.. Fnibps Sunday afternoun James Walker and George Creswell ( trncip H second cavalry, stationed at Fort Lilian Allen were guests nf Walter and Hi nrv Wosoott last Sundav. Until the troopers have soon service in the Philippines.- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Downer and Unests were in Htnesburgh the first of the week. There was an unusually largo crowd of people at Camp Mlllbam to spend Sunday. WILLISTON. Adelaide Morrill, vvho has been to Sara toga and C.loversvllle. N. Y for a month s visit returned Tuesday - Stanley Drowned of Huillngton visited his patents, Wediu iIrv. J. K. and W. II. Metcalf and Mlsi s Mary and Amy, are nn a carriage diive through the northern part of tho Slate -W. C. Hishop of Chicago is In town. Jose phine Slurtevant of Pittsford is at the par sonage. 11. 11. Crawford is at home li'oin Smith Horn.- Altrcd Ferguson of Hristol and Mrs. Campbell and little daughter of Providence, It. I., wore at W. K. Fergu oil's Tuesday and We lnesday. A. K. 1 nPo and wife were in Charlotte Thiusd.iv Mrs. Ferguson spent Friday and .Saturday In Hurllngton with hor husband. Mr. and Mrs J. N. Hushnell and Miss Clark, wore the guests of Mr and Mrs W. I. Douglas Friday afternoon and evening - Mrs. C. D Warren and Sylv la, hor daugliti r, are isit- Ing In Ho, hosier. N. Y.- Mis. Sarah Sh. d 1. from Mohorly, Mo., arrived Thursday, to spend a few months witli rer cousins, Miss Hrnwn and Mrs. Darling Jjiossom Good rich wltt- sisters, C,onrlo an Lou, spent Satuiduy and Sunday at Lake Iroquois Dorrison Lnggins and family from New York State are guests at his uncle's, J. G Loggglns. WESTFORD. WIN00SK1. The Congregational Church, organized August 7, Is'!. celebrated Its cillleiiiii.il anniversary Thuisday, August H, IW", A devotional service at 11 a. in, conduct) rt by tho Rev. Mr I.oeklln. was the first ait nf commemoration, followed by greetlng from tho Rev. Mr. Ilnpkinson, pastor "f the Haptlst Church, and till) Rev. Mr Sturces of the Methodist Church. Leters of regret and congratulation woro read by i must will leaves him over $.'0,000,000 , Palmer S, Mosely elected governor of ' the ChloknsavTs Vermont's ppntli. man burglar goes to prison for nine yenrs Exorcises In memory of Daniel Webster held at I'ryebnrp;, Me- - Meet ing of conl mine superintendents be lieved to he a move to start mines Colombian agents in the t'nlted States seeking men for her navy Cuba in no hurry for annexation, and will make return for trade concessions Rich pold reef discovered in the Transvaal Klne Edward and the queen leave London for Cowes Krtiger snld to refuse to nsk Irave to return to South Africa- Woman franchise, hill pi t-sed by the New South Wales legislature Hritish colonies may help Imperial de fense after a preferential tariff is ar ranged Minister Howen reports a serious situntlon In Venezuela; sncklne; of Barcelona continues. SATURDAY. AT'O. Id. At the inquest Into the death of Mar cus Rotors, whoso body was found In tho vlver nt RMin'ncton. Vt., Levi Per . ham, aged 10, confessed that the n .in ' lind been murdered . and implicated himself and the wife of 'he i" end man as thepnrtb'ipants In the crime Death of Luther U. Mnrsh. widely noted as a spiritualist Prediction that an thracite coal strike will end on or be fore Sept.. 1; small outbreak nt Shen andoah quelled Ivy troops - Herbert B. Hill, who shot and killed Ills ulster st Boston, committed to in'ine hospital T,oulstana to equip a navy to light oyster pirates League of Republican cluht. organized In Alabama Mis souri Republicans cordially Indorse the Cuban reciprocity plnn - Democrat' Jn th Ninth iljstriot of Indmria express confidence In Bryan-- Western t torneys withdraw as counsel for Peter Povrer In Northern Pacific suit De- ninl of report that Roosevelt would reropnlze the Addlcks faction In Delaware- -Material for Panama canal to lie liouwht In the T'nlted States - Em ployes nf the Pacific Cable compnny be American citizens Untile lis visiting at C. W. Hates's. 'Center grange will moot next Wninpsdny RICHVILLE, evening in Its now hall, tho old l'nlvcr.s;il lst i hill' h. -'I he L'sse grange i In lo met with Mrs c, (;. Williams at the hotel last M . dnosday. MILTON BORO Mrs M r Rich is at Castle ton with her I I r,.(lier - Mr. and Mis. A .1. who have been at lief father's im alion. have returned to Mld , s. ii was born to Mr. and Mrs. 11 Aug. If, Miss Mold, Ki n ? I", ii with her sister, relum ed t Mlrtdi bury W .iliieMlay. 'leir rj r New vvv LEICESTER. The Kings 1 1. night, rs met with Mrs. i 'r w ison on Wednesday afternoon - Mr. (I' d Ml ' Dow vislt'-d their daiighti r. Mr-. I f, v i I mis nf Siidburv mi Prld iv lust '1'iv nritiews of Chariot, Lavvionce nf i t r are visiting their frl' nils a lew ' lids vsei k. People's tel, phones have 1 n r l i oil In the homos of Darn In .Inlin f Mrs Hiram Ctpron. Nublo Jennings, C (iniil- ll, Mrs lessio ('apron anil 1 k J ihiiMii on Must Center stto. t s l w !' Miss Lai y lilt, in in k i.- a u i I fit her home for a few weeks. -Mrs, ,lv.-ii Hniltli has returned lo her home from L Itlnnd where she lias been upend i u r v I'll Weeks. CIllillB for her elHUgll ter Mts Alton Morse, who h.th been voiy III. R. 1Z. Bullock's hand is healing nicely, Mis. Charles Gilbert wan In Hiirlliigtnn Saturday. Arthur White's uncle from ( bl oagn made a brief visit here Thursdav. Mr. and Mis. Fav tnterlalned fi lends ovi r Sunday.- Several finm Georgia and St. Al bans weio present at the services nt (Ninn Rich Sunday morning. Thtre will be , rvliis net Sunday nt 3 p. in. Tho guests .it Camp Rich went on an excursion to Ausiilile Chasm Wednosdav. LAST CHARLOTTE. The Wonolonoot club, comprising twenty young ladles, went Into (.imp on Mnr.il iy foi a weik or ten days' stnv at Thnnipmn's Pnlnt.-.MI-H Sa i a Fno has been uwi.v ,ui n visit of so v. nil days with a friend at1 Cuinhei bind Head. N. Y. A. L Shorinam of' lluilinglnn wa III" gui st of K II Cnn- UTr on .Saturday, sperullng Sundav .it Ins faun bete-W Fosswlth his fi ii ml, II. Stebhlns. drove from Wnlcott on Satur day. They will stav in town several dayn befor tetuiiiliig home, The republican town caucus was held In Concert hall Saturday evenlntj with a ri.li- utt.ndnnce. Tlio nioellng w,u called to order at T:3U o'clock. D. J. Cnbalnii was elei tod chairman with F. L Hlgvvood, i b rk. Charles H. Stevens received thetiom. Illation for town representative. The fol lowing weio nominated for tho Justices of the peace: F, M. Wolcott, A. McDonald, M. W Thompson, C. D. Flint. J. D. Yan dnvv, Goo. L. Mclirlile, F. !. Higwnnd, Willlatn Severance. D.J. Cnhalan.J. H. Wol- Tho Kss.-xl'"11' l,f'"ry uoniui, . -i. n.-en-i, ... via e. jr.. i'- t-. u, rinn,(ii. ., Desautels. Mr. Stevens stntesl that he was. In favor of Mr. Dillingham for senator and also in favor of a high license-local option law. James McKennn. an old resident of this place, died early Sunday morning at his homo nn W. stnn's hill after a lingering ill ness of a year's duration. The direct cause of his death was fatty degeneration of tho heart, but ho had boon a groat sufferer from a complication e,f diseases. Mr Mc Kenna was burn in Wlllistnn f-i years ago, and tins made Wlnooskl his home for tho past 'l years. Ho was a veteran of tho. Civil Wat, having onllned In Troop I, Fbt Vormnnt cavalry 111 'fil, nnd lielng ills, chin god In 'IV.. He Is survived by a wlfo and six children. The denim i ,uie town cnueus was called to ird'r In Conrprt hull Monday night nt & o'clock. J. N. Lavalgne was elected chair, man. with J. F. Sullivan, clerk. F. Edward Alliirrt was unanimously nominated an town representative. Following Is tho Jus tire ticket: F. L. Graves. J. W. Liivalgno, H. H. Carpenticr, Geeugn Couchcm, Henry t'euillii, Henry Duplet. J K. Wnlcntt, J. F. I Sullivan. Oscar Shep.ird, F. F. Gnkny, Louis Mongeon, Lmllp ninls, George Cur pontler, Iiuls Allpaw, F. M. Wolcott, CHARLOTTE. Mrs. William Sawvor of Hollows Falls Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mts .lo sonh Devetlp. Mis. John Daly and three i hildien visiting HINESBURGH. Mr Mtinsill Sanctuary nnd children of Manchester, N 11.. are visiting nt Fuse)) Sane tttary'fl. K. 1'. Johnstone of Norwloii town, Conn , gnvo a dee lecture on alcohol and tobacco Saturday night on the public Liinnrn Amhiiir tlio r n ,11 1 if-ru nt l.nlln I rf,- if Springfield. Mass.. are In low n I iinms me II. G Dickey and family and relatives. -The entertaintivntH Miss Flora Colby of rioston. thn Rev. G W. Mls Osgood from former membois. Jim morning scimon was preached by the Rev. Dr Men III. subject. "Our Chureli I lent age." Dinner tor all nmers was servid in the town hall b the Ladles' Social CP. do. At 2 p. 111. devotional service was led by the Rev. fi. II. linker, recently return ed from Aimonr, South Dakota, the Kev G. P. livlngton and the Rev Henry L ich lin gav. hlsloi leal addr"stos covering thn petiod from the org inizatlnn nf thr cliurch. Miss Anna Partridge road an excellent poem written In honor of the oirasion, and the nfletnnnn session closed with gioetlngs ot pastors from neighboring ehui. Ins One of the pleasant features of tho uftenin.'ii session were "Reminiscences" by the von ernble F.dwin Wheoloik, D D., of I'nm tuldgo. Tho evening session was opened In a song service, followed by a lotter wiittoti by Mrs. Anna Ranslow Allen of Swaiitmi Hov. Mr. Ranslow of Swunton gave in .x cellont add,ss on "The Country Church. ' Owing to the illness of the Rev. Mr. Filleld, ho was unable to bo present. Kxc llent music was furnished by the choir, vvh" spared no pains In preparation. Mrs, K. K. Moigan and dnughter aru visltliiB friends in Waterbury. Mis. Ly man and Mrs. Lee of Cndorhlll are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. G I.. Grow. The Misses Mosley are visiting at P. T. Irish s.- Mr. nnd Mrs. O. H. Rnwson nf Newport spent Sunday at James II. Glow's. .Mrs. Stod dard w Italics to meet the ladles' of the Con gregational Church Friday afternoon, thnuth all are invited to be present. The meeting will be hold in tho chureli parlors, The Rev. G, II. Haker nnd wife of Hur llngton, Mr. and Mrs. G. W Allen nf Es sex Junction won at John Allen's for a few days last week. Mrs. L. S. IIel)b nt Burlington has been visiting Mis. c It Paige. - Misses Eva Miicomber and Gr.o o Allen are spending a few days In Smith Hero. Mrs. peck and daughter, MHs Mary of Wlnooskl. are visiting Mr and Mrs L A. Hates. Mrs. F II, Parker and daugh ter, Hernleo of Essex Junction are visit ing nt A. D. Parti Idgo's nnd F. II. Macotn ber's. D. II Mil' ejmber spent a few da's In town last week A F Peck of Worces ter. Mass., wns In town Sundav Tlio Hov. Mr. Mohr of C.iiiibrldgn is ex pected to preai b in tho Congregation d Church next Sunday. -Mrs Sarah Him h Is visiting friends nnd relatives in town. WHITING, Miss Phd ie Hubbard, ncconinanloil ly Mr 1 l 1 iHlwr.rll, 1, ml I I , rnld U'ehst or 1 rHtle nil verse, w no lias neon iiu,,Mex- T irh , lle.l tn t,lir,a' V 1,1 nf lh ' Vin "'-"' given liv the Hreo.y Point itssoclntlnn at the Mithodlst Church last Friday and Sat utdiiv , vinngs were largely attended. Miss Sadie Converse, who has boon mi an ox- Con gi gntlenal ehun h lo meet with her on V cdi csdav afternoon n lust week follow rd by a lawn party In the evening, fill" 1 d piii lin-cd a number ol lev s dull. !; her recent visit In London and gave a spe i.il Invitation for all small children lo bo pt t Rial tiilnv the lisli pnnd A l.Hgn X tti'ier le'ipled tlio unit. Hum The pi" rc'.fls won $11 .Miss Hp Ii will soon en. tertnln the ladies of lh( Hnpts cliurt II f-ni'ty She has won the hearts of all I' her ill tiring effort lo help tbeyl. vvii Mr C Kct h.imcfH indmi Is le 1 In t 'n Inst w i i I i i , if ti t tt'ii Mi" I iteil In pi. n nt la.it Wei k aitir no isi in i of iii.ii v Jims UNDERHILL. Ll'-jht frosts have been reported during the past wiik. Georgo Mlldrum of Hur linglon ard Dr. anil Mrs Pnge r,f St Al bans weio in town fcr the dance nn I'liurs ilav ewnliu' Miss Linma Edwards Is to Idl a po limn in an ludustt lul sdiool at Hallowed Me. after September I ' Hnlioit Illxbv n turned on Satuiduy from n week h slnv In HitrllnKton Three cousins of M"ish A ! Miishfioin Mn-nihu Its gnvr la r a h ilt tall on Weduesdio morning ( nt i M llrlib uul childn'ti lug at Millions I lav Mrs Russell and Imnll.v, T. W Towers, nnd E. T. Jacobs of Rli hmond with their fami lies. Gioign Kenyon nnd fnmlly of Itoston and Allen Wright of Hurllngton, Dr, G. F. Edmunds of Hristol wns 111 town Sun-' day. Ills daughter. Marjorle, who has has spent seveml weeks with bet grand, mother, Mrs. Seniors, returned homo will) him. Union servhes were held at thn Baptist Church last Sunday morning with an address on tempeiance, by Mrs, Helen Rite of HoUon A union service wns also held nt tin Baptist Church In the nvunlng. - Mr nnd Mrs J S. Palrlc and dauch. tor, Flora of Hurllngton are vlsltlntf friends hot e - Nelson Alger W yenrs old ... . . ... I,,",. ,,,,, dropped tli an saiutiiuy mminnu wun I chlldret of Buffalo turning over tuns oil uic liilio in ,viiiniw He bad Hlvvnys lived III tills town in i amp nil lug owiieu a nun num mi me i ie Huek nnd 'hill Tho Imdv win taken to the under. RICHMOND. p. Mr iCuii.v 1 1 IUatiEhtr ol II u I fin il. Colin nut pend I taking loums of F C Parker and t lie fun W. Clement spoke here Friday night to n good-sized house, nearly us many demociats as republicans being present. The Richmond band furnished music If tho rtemocrntlc candldato for governor don't look 'ifter his fences here he will find a good many of his Hook In the Clem ent pasture.- Nnmlnntlon pnporsh.ive h( en filed at present for town repicsentallve as follows: Republican, M S Whltcomb nnd Pled Pav; Clem..nl ftee turn. Alotizo Chase, .leniocrnt Martin Piiitnl At the excursion to Ausnblo Chasm last week W people Ii fi thn Richmond station for tin excursion, among them the Rev Mr. nnd Mrs. Holmes nnd ilniighter. Mis. Owens nnd husband Dr Edson Young and two N Y and Mr and I Mrs. Rolieit Young of Bristol are th' guests of Mr mid Mis Josl.iU Fuller -Mrs, Irn Saylos of Burlington was tlio It 'oiillliiied on titll page ) royal expected over the Culvm trei ty; Spooner will defend and Burrows op pose Poslolilce department , opens bids for pneumatic tubes, wlip'ii are largely in excess of appropriation -Death of the Snmonn chief, Tuitole - -Germany to send two more gunboats to Venezuela Report that Rot pent rnls will visit the rnitetl Slates- Plans to settle Amoy-Fooliow dispute rejccled by Chinese throne Fi,''n between Turks nnd Macedonian mneU; latter exterminated Rectification i f Thibe tan frontier ndtls arid square n il"s. to British India Members of religions orders expelled from France wlh to come to the T'flittsl States - -Counsel for the I'nlted States In the Gleepe Gaynor ca'e slisrp'i erieises .liitlu'e's decision- -Iviiphind recovers from fear of the Morgan ship combination; In terest now In proposed Cauadinn line. SUNDAY. Al'G. 17. Leon Perham, Mrs. Roicers and Stella Bates arrnlgued at Bennington, Vt on charge of couslnii the death of Mar cus Rogers by admlnisterim; cltloio form; all pleaded not euilty- .lohn A. Hlnsey suspended by supiume lodge Knights of lj'thhiH, pending a dial In Illinois on cbarues of ml'-use of ytBS, 000 of thtt order's funds Bishop O'Gormnn presents an autograph letter from Pope Leo Mil ami a mosaic or the Vatican gardens to President Roosevelt-- Secretary Moody leaves New- port for a vacation nt Haverhill Stewart Waller becomes permanent owner of the Long Island tenuis trophy Duffey beaten tn a 100-ynrd handi cap at CllftnnTillo, Ens- - Eniland's welcome to Boer pcnernU equal to Kit chener's John Thowsn Allan, 11 years old, nilssitiR from Lawrence. Mnss., under unusitfll circumstances WMshlnsT'on authorities believe that Cuba's affection for the I'tilts-d Slates K cooling, basin? that belief on Cuba's action In raWn? the tariff on Amer ican Roods; no tuHff revision An- drew found guilty of musapplying tho funds of the City Salnis bnnk of De. trolt, Mich Old Home Week ushcied In New Hnirjisblre with bonfires Clmuffettr Urotet Muifl. Hourde, who ww the Faith killed. nnilDr Perrlquet, who prepartd the bodle for letnovnl, Niy they nrw .sure both Mr und Mrs, Fair tiled nt the satnn tlmn, Instantly Samuel (Jotnpers prelleti victory for the conl minors Coronation festlrl ties ended with ntivHl review a t Ports, niiiuih Lord Derby takes n now wagon rncn iccord nt BrlKhton lloncli, 2:05 3-4. MONDAY, AT'G. 18. .Sudden death of Wlllkiui A. Hemp hill, former mayor of Atlanta, and founder of the Atlnntn Constitution Pistols drawn In riot in St. Paul'.s Baptist (negro) church nt Itoston; originator of disturbance; arrested McCullough men alarmed nt gains made liy Clement In Vermont - -Signing of tnrirt' treaty between I'tilted States i,nd China Mitchell say ending of thu miners' strike depends upon operators -Boer generals visit Klntf Edward on board roynl yiie.ht nt Cowes Express nceni robbed of ?.'l0,0u0 in Kentucky, hut Is himself arrested Gi orae V. Clark of Lynn, fugitive from justice, m asted In Toronto .Coinniiintler Me- Cren of the Mnchlns commended hy SiM'ietnry Moody Plans for tlio Joint nniTieuvers of the army nnd navy are no loitRer secret Nav.tl review nt Splt- hcad. Eng., witnessed by King Edward Spilt In Republican ranks ihrenlens to give the Democrats two .senators -Ex-Grand Recorder Pickens f Pnlted Workmen short In accounts Judge Clenrelnnd seeks nomination for gov ernor of Connecticut Congressman Llttletleld opens Maine campnlcn by speech at Bar Harbor Last will of Mi's. Charles L. Fair Mild lo ham been found In San Francisco Millionaire Gates to establish great technical school for boys, TT'ESDAT. AT'G. in. Robert R. Remlnclon, prominent so ciety man nnd suitor of May Van Alen, kills himself nt Newport because! of dis appointment nl bteuklncof engagement 1 Mutual Rulldintc and Loan associa tion, Pnssnie, N. J., suspends business; nccountH M00.000 hhort Anthracite striker shot and killed by deputy nt , N'eHtiuehonlng. Pn.; troops may hnve to be ordered there- Death of General Charles G. Lorlng at Pride's Crossing, Mhss Ambnssndur Georce Von L. Meyer goes Into a prlvnto hospital at Boston for an operation -Marconi representative confers with Boston shipping uKonts regarding a fetation on I Highland Light Two Boston pho tographic supply stores unite to be come New England distributing centre for trust goocl Massachusetts Demo- eratic s1at committee decides to held tho slate convention In Boston. Sept 1" i Rlvnl to the cracker trust orgnnlr.ed ! nt Minneapolis Androws, Detroit bank wrecker, given RVyear lentence, I Two killed nnd eleht Injured In street car accident In St. Louis Dan j forth willina to be Democratic cnndl I date for governor of New York ' Thunder mountain said to hold more i gold thnn nny other western lo-sllty 1 Bankers' Trust and Investment 1 company of Chlcnsro in sheriff's I nnds; president gone- Renewed reipirts that President Schwab of the T'nlted Stales Steel corporation Is to retire from busi ness indefinitely on ncconnt of hU I enlih I Union Veterans' union may enter politics Democrats mny carry some I Kansas districts Forty marines sent to garrison Culebrn Inland New bat- i tleships armed lo meet submarina at tacks North Atluntio squadron re- I mains nt anchor off Cape A nn Cnnnl I plans In no dancer from Internal dls- turbnnees In CoJombln Alleged dls- , envery of nn old Russian inonu nent has no bonrind on Alaskn boundary ' Ex-Senntor Chandler declares the real , object of lynchlne In the south U to I prevent nearoes from voting Oer- ! mnny to establish a uational schncil , British soldiers vulnly seeklnc Pliillp- pino service- Rrltlsh Interest in Boer cenernls stimulated by their silence Minister I.cishtnan resents Turkey's failure to keep promises- - German economist predicts trnde ami oventunlly political union of central Europ. WEDNESDAY. A t'G. 'JO. Reward offered by the city of Cam bridge fnr the caoiluro of '.lack, the 1 SltiKCor" Charles T. Hubbard of ' Rochester held at Boston on a charge ! of larceny: alleged hotel swlndl bJck ! of the Hrrest Rain nints New Uarop- i shire Old Home Week Sutlinin and ! Cnrtoll factions of Tn in mnny clash I Chief C'roker of the New York tire de- ' iiartment suspended Five burned to I denth In a tenement house fire in New York Republican league meeting at St. l.onls in Oetoberabandoneil - -Two non-union conl miners shot trom urn liiisli, presumably by strikers All but three salmon canneries In northern British Columbia shut down. Armour Interest said to have boueht the Cuilnhv packing- plants for $-'1.000.o00- -Secretary of Treasury Shnwut MnrrKville. Vt., says he fnvors revision of thutnriff under certnln conditions New fur seal rookery found in the Aleutians Currency conditions p the Philippines Improving- Strong sentiment in the west for tariff revision Democrats believe Wall street opposes Roosevelt and favors Hanua Cuban plan lo start a paper In New York to make n campaign for reciprocity T'nlted Stntes and Canada to prevent criminals from crossing the border nt Boundary Buy, B. C- Senntor Mnson charges mnlfensnnce tijninst Illinois state offi cers for levying campaign ns.sos- nent for use ncalnst him - Boer gnnernls welcomed In Hnllsnd -Chinese silil to be vlolntlntf opium treaty-- Pe troleum discovered on Yucatan penln-ruln- --Destructive fnrnst fire In British Columbia Denmark may sell Gtoen- land; If not to the T'nlted Slates, to Cnniula Canntllsn customs ofllcers slo7e Ciloucesterschooner, Howard Hoi brook, for smuggling. IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand the ri'sh to oru snonns. No oth'r coiinti.v In the world admits so ln.in.v iniialgi ants as does the t'nlted Slates, nnd In no other land have such elaborate arrani-'om nits been made to re ceive nnd rut e loi the fmeigners who Muck to Its shore, savs T. William in Leslies Weekly. During the vear ended June .in. lltn.'. a total of tits 7 H Immigrants vvete al lowed tn enter tills great lepnblb This is the rei nul tig ire for one year, and It o ceeds that nf tin preceding .v ar bv lr.fl.s.fi, For the .vent ended Itiiie sn, wj. as many as l!.t,3,n immigrants landed at this port nlnne, or nior" thsn the aggregate for the whole I'nlon In the previous 1. months Coming as they do n such vast nunilirs, thn Immigrants woidd fnte badly wete H not that on their attlval tluy become for the time being wards of I'ncle Sam. They lire Heated with a soil of paternal sn. llrltttdi nnd no effort Is p ired b tlio fa th. lul am nig the iminlgratlnn nmcinis to pto. tect them and see them snffly to their dostlnatlnns With this national philan thropy Is mlnwleil a prudence whloh seeks tn prevent the nildlthm of tttideslrable e'e nients lo our population The process whl h Huston, Aug. 20.--The butter n arket Is quiet, with prices fairly sternly. Ex tra creamery, small plm, 'JPtDZL'c; northern fresh, round lots, ClVac; went ern, Llf(v21Vit'i eastern, 2Ki2Uic; fitM., lli'e720cj Jobbers, He to lc more. C!heese continues In quiet request, witli prices fairly steady. New, 0 .1 1 fi' !: sage. 10 t-Kall He: Jobbing. Vi' ie higher. Eggs continue steady on the best, with ordinary lots rather dull. West ern flush. 17V21e; eastern, ItV?! 2.TrJc; nearby nnd fancy, 22'e2, nnd iip;Jolh blng, lc to Hie higher. Pen and medium beans ure In quiet request nnd steady, with yellow eyes linn nnil reil kidnnys scarce t.nd ery firm. Curload lots, pen, $2.0."; medium. f.2.0.,; yellow oye.s, $2. l."flSc2.il; red kid neys. 220.127.116.11.7."; California stn.til whli... 'J.20'5i2 2."; jobbing, 10c tnor; Limn. 4V,"ic )ier lb. Apples are In rather bitter it quest, under the fact that l.".S," bids hnve been shipped to Europo for the week, with a total of 1002 bbls since th, season opened; none hist year. A good d al of fall fruit has como In. but the ev portnlions hnve rellevvd the I mrket. Williams and nstrnchnns. $1.r,i"rf2.2.,: vack pippins, $l.."0ii2j ornng. pip pins, ,$1.7.V(i2; sweet hnugiio, J2tri2-"0: grnvensteins, .l..".(W2.."0; codings, $2'ii' 2.r0 per bbl: hox npples, M.Va7i California pears are still nt hand; nice and pretty cheap. Nntlvo e.trg me scnt-ce, with few coming forward. Cali fornia. $1.2.V(f2.r,ft per bs; native, In bills. ?2 ,ifVrj3..V). Georgia peaches are getting near the end, wllh Delnwnre.s coming along pretty freely. Some fnir Crawfords have come the past week, and morenre promised this week. A few Albertns hnve also been received, nnil they nre pronounced very line, with n ore to come. They are quoted hist i t JUrjl 7.". for Georgias. with Deln wares at r.OorfJ 51 2,"i per hskt. California prunes are still nn the mar kef, though the season Is drawing to the close. They are quoted at 51 2"Tl l.no per cs of four bskts. Plums urn In fair supply, from California, vdtli native plums not yet ooml.ig freely. They sell at $1cJ?l 7o per cs, ;is to variety nnd quulity. The supply of bluebn;Ts is large, with prices ranging from 0 to 1.V", the latter for very fancy In a jobbing way. Bliiol-b'.Tries are not very nliund.int on this market, and sell nt "17 IV for na tive; large, fancy. 12''10, the latter price for Jobbing. Raspberries nre quoted nt lfr(12c for qt lixs; pints, DftlOc. Wntermelons nre still In ''ill supply, dull and ensy. selling nt 10WI.V. C-tnteloupes nre still In -ery full sup ply, and soil at nil the way from 51 per crt up to 5.1 or ?4 pur pkg for the best Inrsrij varieties. Potatoes are rothor with fweets ensy. Long Islands, f 1 .7Y.';1 7.",; Biis tols, $1.."i0'i1.(!0 per bbl; yellow sweet, S'-VTofftfl 2."; red and white, 51 7"fl! per bbl. Onions nro rather easy. Egyptian, 52 7." per bg; Bermncl.t, $3 per crt: Kentucky. .$2 2.7(12.7." per lu; native, 52."OfJ2 7,r. per bbl: S0fj0,-- per lul. Celery Is quoted at 7"c per cv. sjdn nch. iftc per bx; lettuce, 2.V per do.; radishes, 10c per b: caulil'owers, 51 2."i per long hx. Cabbages are about stendv nt 5." pe-r 100 for good lots C'tieiinibers nre in mil supply and ensy at about 1 per bx. with seconds at 2. Tomatoes are easy on Jersey at ."0(i7."e per nt. with native nt 51 ,"0.7(2 per b.v, and with hothouse at 10c per lb. Squashes are In fn-ir supply and quoted at $18.104.22.168. r,0 per bbl. as 'o qiniity nnd variety. Summer squnshes are sold at 2,"e per long fox. Yellow turnips are firm nf 51.ft0 per bbl: white. 7.V per bu; carrots. Wo; beets. 30e. Kgg plants nre sold rt 51. "0 572 per crt. ns fo quality. Locks nro quoted at Hie pertloz' mint. 2.V; cross, Me; parsley, 10c per b. Mushrooms are scarce nun vry hlch at about 51. .10 per lb Plmli lie.msnre wild nt "0c2$l per bx: string beans. 00 Oi"."c per br; butter bentis, 7."o. Cireen ens are In less supply m-1 quoted nt 52.n0 per bbl. with snnie 'o's here In biles. By the bushel tl.ev rre quoted nt ROifDOc. Green corn is m full upply, and the quality Is better. It Is quoted at 75cfli?l per bit. The pork market IsonMer, following a decline at Chicago, nnd somewhat easier hogs. Lard U nlso ensir. Beef is In 'greatly lessened supply, nnd the market is exceedingly (inn. Shippers my thnt it is Impossible toolv tain cood steers nt any prlo. The market looks verv high for the week. Rispidvers have otdera to set l.'lo on the best sides. Lambs are firmer, wllh mutton in better demand, somewhat influenced by the very high prices of 'ia f. Lambs, (1'itllHc; yearlings. liftSc; luuiton, 7(5 8e; veals. pTJlOc; fancy and Unjlitons, I01t11e. The very Wgh prlceron tief unci mut ton make n gtiod deuiund for poultry, with arrivals quickly sold The mar ket Is firm, food turkeys, iridic-; Iced fowls. 1nHC(T14Uc: tvesh native fovvN, IRfjlTic; south shore nnd eastern bi idl ers. lfKc720c; heavv eastern chiskeus. 23 Ci'J.'io: western, lO'JiWc: fresh ducks, intliic; live fowW and chickens, 12S3 lac. Hay Is in a slioiic position on good, with medium steady Ryn straw is re ported In quiet demand, nnd little changed. Mlllfeed K rather easy and slightly lower. Suircely anybody n the tratle ejects mlllfeed to be sus tained nt present prices for u very loin time to coine. nay. .fllfifLv fsncy nnd Jobbing. SISKMH; rye straw, j-lCfiJ 17; oat fctraw, $ltiill. 72Ti,e, closed 72V(C CORN -Roc-ipts none; spot firm, No. 2 If elevator and ftpc fob nfl'iat t' nr. rive, options ( loed Mio net higher nga n t "lieht advances otherwise. May 4!M"ll i closed Ht,i , Sepi , WieMtc closed C'o, ir, . 1','fi Y,p, closed Vflje. (lATrf-Recelpts vt,.W bu. spot ururettl-d. N'i w No 'i outs JSe, now No. 2 whit'- ; tew track mixed western MS33?jC , ',' W ti ii' k white i21i1m. Options were u,'ni..r vi s' . Miv i'l'n' , elou'd :WHe.. S. pt., j , d i '.''( i insist ,r,v.i . FLED I n tiled. sptlnc tirnn lit ""l1 ' middlings i-ci21 eij winter bran fl.'"'Mi SI "i, city eo-fld M IIW-Tbo market was firm to-elsy. Shipping iM.i70e, good to choir e $l.erl P I'lDF.fi -The market s quiet to lav. 'lup ostein '.ij to "I, lbs Uio; Oallfor r.t.i to 25 lbs 19o ; Texas dry 24 to il lb Lie We t'll The market wns steady to-dtiy. D'rnestli lleere 2'.fi.V) . Toxns 16)70 BEEF- Steady, fnmlly $!." inH lei ijo, me ,g tl I vn :), bo'f hams fZieViiS "i. paeli t lt "l,'.tej, city extra India mess J' jo.jj :'l "' LARD Was Hrm; Westrn steamed. $tii si), lelihed llrtnir: continent 111 15; S. A., ill 7.".: compound KlSVi'u.X. fORK-The market was steady to-d.sv Family iii.'r,i,yi 'f, short clear JIR7V.I21 nf) till ss il7 1 V, i is 7V Ht'TTF.It -Slightly firm; creameries x' ij.'I'vi , fnetnry K,sic. renovatevil Wal'.i'.. Imltntinn ennmety UUVjc, Htate dnlrj 17 HUOI.o. t'lf FKfilv Firm; new State creamery, small colored, fnney lOSliAic. small v.h t.. lf'10i,r ; lnr;e colored 9ti9'c; lnrso whito !iiWvc. inc-S I'lrm; State and Pennsylvar.U :io, vveHtern candled 15VaC; southneoUin p. e IT' -t . I'OTATOKS Dnsv; Ptnte and w-t -t r, i'i tut 2.2.1, Jersej l.ornii M: Long 1-1, i !, tl..-1 snuthi rn prime, 7tVt$l "i. I'KTROI.I CM -W.i- steady: rofined Keit York tl.ei, I'liiladelphia and Biiltimo e 7 J",. do in bulk ii i'l TALLOW Weak: eltv (5: pr racl 0',e, i ounlrv fpKgs rr. . ) ci it'I iHt Was ib 'I br k. (V : 11.7". -M ,ng, tn .., 1 To COM i;i"."-:ot lib, wis firm 7 i - . . i mild Inn. ' r :o ( -vj i , l'Mtnr, s , p, rn-'l stendv win, ir , I'i u. !, points higher em an nt.ve s r. . si, ,n r,nii p, nii'jt spionriitv. mi ' h no v W -ill str,et aril K'ir ,penn 1 til - , , - nmoiintod tn 7k 1 . -S pom,' g A , f." '.',''f, firpt . tl V'. O, 1,!': N. ' $.-,' 1 i,.e r tafi.1 4S; Jan.. Jti 3.V7 M .-. I'.c, ,-f. x ,v S.I.Cu. 70, June M 70 a d Julv J.l. 7.1ft .1 St'OAR Raw was steady; fair refir- g T.r : i ontrifngnl. V, t"st, "r tn lasses sugar 2rr; refined sugar wns st. net No f,. in. No 7, M.M. No 8. Ki'.'i No s, liv,, No 10 IT SO: Nn 11. M.7S, No 12. ", No. 12. t170. No 14, W.70. standard a J4.Vi, confectioners $ 1.2.",. mound a. J4W; cut b ' 1.1, crushed Hli. ponoerutl $4.75. gran ulatod l c.1. cubes tt.ro NEW YORK I,IVE STOCK MAflKET. New York. Aug D'l ni7i:Vi:P Receipts 2.2l'i, demand fm' pri.-es geperallv steady, steers 4 .loiT (ivm and st.ics ft ii; e.1, hulls ftfifl's." cows Ji.ricvrH cnrii, s weaK. expons t . dnv 27". ' .title and T riuartors ,,f ' rf c M."K.a - lie- eipts 2.-:, market frm tf JV hlgler. all sold, veals tl V i;f V cri- cs nnd bitttet milks i.l f-V?'i 1 W ; nulls J.l 0) i 1 21. SHKKP AND LAMBS Reel Ipts i 47" shiop siove; pHme limbs firm, ote - idv tn rc .,vv. r; he. p -?2.."AriR o.. -.vv cboloe l or.; , nils T2 r"' :.im"-- 17V. 01 cull" RiVTM v. nrv;? Receipts tio.id, market 2S) higher; State h' t- t7 -1 BOSTON COITEP. MARKKT. Boston. Aug 20 Ti e copper market to-dnv was verj trade el. '1" share-s covertng the mark-t in th' sp, cialti. s. nt prices iibnut tho.-e . f the past two days. Calumet and Heel i nt wns the lowest price for yenrs f I 'i ' 1v -'nr. s at this price were sold vvh ! th. arnit'il mooting of the company v boin? held i ithe r shnres showed a ten dency to (irmnoss on ales. Jin To l I..-C lbsi .lan. , BUTTER AND CHIOESK MARKET. Boston. Aug 2n. Rt'TTFR Northern, creamery, 21';'; wi stern. 2i" -iiJle. ontern, CHKKSK New rtiitfi. CHICAQO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicaso. Aug 20. Thf lending futures closed as follows; WHFAT-No 2 Sept., 70-V; Fee, 6SJ i' , Iv 'Ji'.'c. riiHN No 2 Sept . ."s.'7o; OlL, 471i'n47'. S,-pi . tl'-i . Mas ?4a'-'u.; 'v. HATS No. 2 Aug.. 2714f: new , ot 27' ie, now sc; Dec, tOc; new Xii.c. M y ,'ll..e. VlFSS PORK (Per bbl)-Au? ! ' S. pt . HOii; Oct., W4fl; Jan.. U..'). M y $14 HI. I. MID (Per W Hs-Aug.. 51 "7 ' 1 1, t . $1.77: Nov., .'.2o, Ja i "fS 3.1, May r "O's. SHORT It IB? i Per lf1 vi si s.-pt., f''f Oct.. j:42si; Cnfh uotttcn were as follows: I TEAT No 2 spring 72Vi73o; No. 3 7V Nn. 2 rod i,""Ti70V(ie. (-1 iKN No 2. M, No 2 yellow t.t-.i: , CiATP No. 3 whit.- 8Vofi:.;;C. H V. No. 2. r i uolt. FARLI-.Y -Cood t.-ding ; fa.r to ch'-p ni.iltii,- ."O'l'i-c I'L NSKED No. 1. S W; Nonhvv .-tern, No i n.4i. . TIM'tTHY SElv-Prlme. io'O MESS PORK (Per Nd) ?W 1 cell 20. LARD ll'ur H" lb)-Jl'.4i"-'i in.-lp: SHORT RIBS-Sides (bw )-:.. 'MO 0. StIOF:-Dh.'RS-Dry talted (boxed)- sl'l'irS'-'sbni t elrjar (boxed-J!0 wi WHISKi:Y-(Bais of hliihwmw' 0. On the proilino ex. haige to-day butter -is ,.,ihv, ereainertos lSik'c. dairies i.v' rjis ; i le-ose bteady liylK, eg5S steady; flesh 17'iC COTTON. (Spectattv rspnrted for the DeiJly Fre frus by Tliomns Lnrner, IM Main str et. . loonl manngor for J. S. Pache A Co.. New f York, ever direct private wire). New York, Aug 2a Further Improvement to the extint of 3 ti, its wns tho opening n-oord i.itti.n lo-dav. As on yunera.lv win sv .1.1 no bttle s. lime pressure on Am-')-' ' Gr. ek . xportu-s while s uth-mwlt. h"'s--vv, to 1 us r i xt -r h - f J -i ',ir crv i:.nly tttterni" a t, .ie "n- mirmt 'lil t wuh tlio tone - n vv ii . iM r Time was little nutM t t y .inrl the little news that dr ft. .1 Hi fav ml tin long side but .'bout 2 p m prn e i adv., ia id to the D, t roreno a ut ti j.1 .-.istloiia kipt distressti glv sni.ul Vours very truly. J. S. I1AC11E & CO. COM MKROl AL. Now York Proluo- Market cw York, Aug. JO FI.Ol'R Receipts 21.:hi libls. The mar ket nd slenili.r .iml uiore active today Winter patents Hti5U3vv winter 43 ii'tn wi, r.iinnesoiu paicnis .( son i strnlghtji M si).Ti i , o evempll'lcw this two-slfled rollcy contains j Minnesota b ik. is JS16M3.M, winter extra numerous fe mires of Inleiest, nnd It mny be ntisciTed nt Its best at the chief Inuui (tratle I. station of the t nbui situiitcil on Fills Island, In New otk harbor. A VRR.MON'T PATENT. Wn -bliiu'iin Aug Ifi (icirge O Mur shid oi W nlliugf u'd baa tnkt n out lollirs piiUnt fur a iiK'dh.il i lei t rode. .v: a.Vii a eA uinter luw gtud,.s J'v.Vo-lorL RYF 11. OCR Tin mnrk t was steady fair to good J.. 2i(t3.4i). i bolce to fun y H M 13.70 WH1CjT Receipts 77 12-i bu siol llrni o 2 rod 7,"i7-.i elev alor, No S red 7u" c 7"'4r f i I aflu.it N- 1 northern Duluth S.'V,e fi b alln'it i 1 1 dd Mluiit b.i , f li. iiMi t T V i vv t, i-i Mill- 71 IV (71 1' Pn bi-ed 7 ( 8 lit i 'l 1 l'i'7l i ib ail 74 it Ui, i J1 I FTICA DAIRY MARKET. I'tlca. N. Y.. Ausr. .On the X'tica dairv board of trado to-day the offni.gJ ot cheese were Ci lots ot 5.7.1a liox r large choose sold at ! c, small at '.U to H. Buttei-145 tubs of creamery sold at :i and 17 tub? at 21'-;. ELC1N Bl'TTER MARKET. Elgin, 111., Aug. is. No butter wis of fer, d fur sale on the board of trad-. Tl e ollieial market was made steady at 20c. Tho output was C.in,nn0 pounds. O REAT NORTl I W KSTK K N CROPS "I li.ivc come through the tinest crop dts triit 1 have ever seen.'' said J. J H H, president of the Cre.it Northwest.ru r ad, up.,n his arrival nt St. Paul last w.- k. "The crops In Washington. Idaho. M n. tana and North Dakota are simply m metise. However, whtn 1 reached Mine -son it made me sick. Tho fields aio t' l d with weeds and the acreage will be "inn.l, In North Daknt.i 1 saw some vsni.it tn i will go .'Ii bushels to the acre. It was m,ii. niib ent. In W a-shliiRton 1 saw tbe t.' . t imps ever harvested Wheat th. re w ,1 go iin busln Is to the acie. I should s,y that the Dakotas and Minnesota will ri s a "lout isii.iuhi.iXK) bushels of wheat this y . r. Nul od.v cm tell what the nais md I, ix , d villi be, but It will bo enormous.. ' tnuicrnli'g a car famine Mr. Hill said. "We on the Client Northern havo ' cars more than we had a vear ago nnd I am intnimed the Northern Pacltb lias nboui the sime number of additional car -, and 1 do not believe vvh will have any dlf ilcpltv m handling the grain trnftlc I esimiato that tbe eainnigs of the Bur llngton. Northern Pacific and Croat Nnrt1 oru will rcaih. If not exceed $lS0.tX),0i.O for the- oat commencing July 1. FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN KSSEX. To the republican volej-s of the town of Essex : Having this day tiled my application with the requisite number of sinners In tlio town clerk's onire, according tn tho r (liitremenu of the law as a landldate of tin Repul lb an pal t lor town ropreeitta. live t . the next l.eRislMvin 1 hoteby iU iln ti ipi'iov ,ii nf the platform of s.e 1 I riv v i'U in thi SMI onvis ilmi n Jut lid and If de ted pi' all erdenv r fii'thfMlly P c irrv nit fie. t-pir't and i U f s ild i itf utn, P C ABB1 V. 1 -ex. l i'U IS, 112