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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS; THURSDAY, r) U N K 1, 1905.
3 DR. W. L. TH WAITS, over Burlington Savings Bank, Appointments Pintle by letter VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Cnntlmircl from Second Piikp.) services. The Woman's Home Missionary Society of t'lls place will meet with Mrs. William Tnwle at South I'ranklln Weil Jitsrlay afternoon, .lime ". W. II. l.nng pud Henry l.nng returned from Lowell, Maps , Saturday. Mien Alice Orton of Montgomery passed Sunday at the homo of Collector C. L. Orton. MIko M. J. Darling, who has been visiting her brother, Col, K. N. Darling, at Washing ton, I). C, the. past three months, hart returned home, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Henries visited friend In Sutton, Que,, Inst week. Pre-Meinnrlii! day exorcl-.es Were held by the village uchools Monday nfternoon, which consisted of quotations, selections, recitations, etc., after which the pupils marched to the cemetery and Bceoniteil the soldiers' f-tavos with flowers. MONTGOMERY CENTRE. Miss IVarl Cmtell Is in Newport. Mr. lind Mrs K n lull Marey have returned to their home 01 Oxfi.rd. Mas, A son was born to Mr. and .Mis. W. S. Wright, May 17. Vila Lal'lalil Is seriously 111 with jineimionia - Miss Anna Cunningham of 1'nnv ilc l visiting nl James McDonald's this week -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dczotcllei nf llakerslleld were In town over Sunday. - Mr and Mrs. Olmstead of Franklin ro tei tlj spent a few days with their daugh ter Mis. 10. S. Wilght. The pre-tni'ino-S-I.il d.iy exercises passed off vciy pleas untly. A ball game was played Memo rial day between the Knnshurg nine and the Montgomery Center nine, resultlnc in favor of the home team by a score of Jj to . MONTGOMERY. Hattie Taylor Ovlatt. who-se death oc curred at Iter late homo in East 1'erk hlri on the early morning of May 2S, vus born and always lived in Montgom ery till about tin re years ago. She suf fered a long and distressing illness which the bore with almost unexampled pa ttern c and uncomplaining foi I Undo. Tho funeral was attended from her late home Dti Memorial day. The lb v. 10. J. Potcr bon olflclated, and the remains wero lirought here for Intel mcnt. The tloral tributes were beautiful. She teaves a hus li.iiid, 1. N. Oviatt. nn aged father, N. W. Taylor, and an adopted daughter, Bertha Pond Comb, who have the sympathy of a large circle of sorrowing friends. Hoy Urooks has moved Into the house formerly oc-upicel by II. J Rublec Mr. and Mrs. 3M. P Maurice have returned form Wntcr Vllle. MORSE'S LINE. Henry Pomeroy and wife of St. Albans "were In town on Saturday last, guests at the home of Henry Hubbard. Alfred Couture and family of Kltchliui g, Mass., lire visiting friends in this vicinity. Mrs. II. O. Cnnnon and two sons of Hlghgatn Cuitre passed last week with Mrs, Can non's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hill, Jr. J. Knapton of Montreal was In town "Monday nn business. EAST BERKSHIRE. Mrs. Kreilerlek Ovltl died nt her homo Sunday morning after along Illness nt the bro of Si years. Mrs. Ovltl is survived by a. husband and her father. Noah Taylor. The funeral was hold Tuesday at W.T,n a. m. The body was taken to Montgomery for intei ment. Mrs. Whitney of Hoyalton, who hoc bei n visiting at Deacon Silas piopl3in, returned home Saturday. Mrs 10 A Perley and daughter spent Friday and Saturday of last week In Bur lington Mrs, Minnie Stevens of St. Al bans is at her father's, Deacon Silas Hop. kins s. Miss Sylvia Wilson visited In Glen gutton Saturday and Sunday. BAKERSFIELD. The Rrigham Academy ball team went to Jcff.-rsonville Saturday, when; they Befeated the JelTer.sonvllle boys by a t-coro of 11 to in. Dr. and Mrs. Abernethy re turned Sunday from a week's stay in Jtri-.tol.-tlr. II. H. Smile of St. Albans Is spend ng a few days In town. Miss Faullnr Thompson of St. Albans was the fucst of Mb-s Trances Pomeroy last week.. H. M Iloane returned Saturday night from a week's stay In Boston. Pro-memorial day rxer'-ises were held Monday afternoon In the n hools of tho town. FAIRFAX. Tho merchants in the village, com mencing May lin, will clohu their stores Tuesday evenings at six o'clock till fur ther notice. Amanda and Sophia Dins more of Georgia spent M.i- 21 and a", with Mrs. Purmont Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Allen weio In town the 25th to eo their uncle, J. II, Hnggles, who Is qulto sick. Mrs. Lena Phelps and daug?i ter Hertha, of Essex, visited their aunts, Mrs. G, A. and Mrs. II. M. H.illarel, May I". Mrs. Pell of Essex Junction is ."pond ing a few elays with her brother, Dr. A. G. Brush. Judge C. A. Hotel-kiss and wife of Georgia spent May 2. with Mrs. Hotchklss's mother. Mrs. J. M. I Intohklss. -The Rev. c, II, Saffeird and family are .pending a few days with his parents before going West, where he will reside in the future. Mr. Davis anel wife aro upending their vacation with Mrs, Davis's parents, Mr, and Mrs, 1011 Tavlor. Mrs. Mncombcr of Grand Isb is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. O, Corrlgan. Tlio pre. memorial day exercise's at the) Bellows free, Academy Monday afternoon called out a tun bouse. The children did their parts In a fine manner. J'rnf. Chittenden called upon any of the old soldiers to peak and ho wns responded to by C. I!'. , ,Urr'' J' 8' "--ward ami Kdgnr Mlnkler. Mr. Mlnkler gave a thrilling no f""nt,of V" " nnd hardships that the old soldiers went through. Ho was applauded often n his remarks Tho friends of Henry Hall wore pained to hear of his death nt Hoston May 29. Mr -.,i leaves a wlfo nnd daughter. Mrs. Gcorgo Blako of Barton.JTho Orand Army men Mr. Mild Smoker "Golden Wedding Junior" It is a 10-cent cigar in a S-cent size. The quality will surprise you. At all dealers. O. C. TAYLOR & CO., Props. Modern Dentistry. Wo fully exemplify thin from tlio painless extraction of teeth to the crowning of decayed roots. A ten year Runrnntco with a set of teeth for $8. Crown or bridge work $5 per tooth. I'linne. 1B8-I. Burlington, Vt. and a Inrge gathering of the town peo ple gathered nt tho Bellows Free Acnd emy hall May 30 and listened to a very abb: speech by Capt. George W. Burleson of Iturllngton. Mr Hurleson gave a his. lory of the war from 1881 and the Gran Army up to the present time nnd ho spoke how fast their ranks woro being cut down by death. Mr. Burleson wns listened to with much attention through his speach. Music wns furnished by par ties from St. Albans. There were recita tions by Mr. Morey and Archie Rugg of the school. Tho exercises wero closed by singing by the school of "America." Mls Lisle Story nnd Waller Jmid of Georgia lslted Mrs. James Rugglcs tho Iti'tli. Tlieie was a hard frost May II. James Gnodall of Rurllngtnn Is spehdlng 11 few days with his aunt, Miss Carrie Kiirnswnrth. The memorial service at the Methodist Church Sunday called out a full house. Seats had to be carried In. The presiding elder, G. W. Hunt, nt St, Albans preached an able sermon. There will bo a base ball game at the school grounds Thursday. June 1, by W. D. Stewart .v Co's and C. C. Gillette'-; teams. GRAND ISLE COUNTY. ALBURGH. The remains of Marcellus Phelps were brought hero from Canada for In terment Friday, the 2"lth Inst, He had always lived In this town until within n few years when his extreme age and feebleness necessitated a change. His lust years were spent with his daugh ter In Canneln. He Is snrvlveel by his daughter. Mrs. K. Dixon nnd one; son, Dr. H. C. Phelps of Swantnn. Mrs. A. T. Morgan of Lincoln Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. I M. Rogers. Dr. Itogers was In Montreal Saturday, Norman jVosburgli has bought the Story lot of 'JO acres at the Line; conslelera tnn, $00. Miss Avery evangelist. Is holding revival services at the' Stone se-lioo house. W. 10, Vanillic nnd fam ily expect to move to Burlington next week. H. Royco Marvin, 1. V. M.. medical department spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. W. J. Jame sein has been appointed administrator of II. G. Jameson's estate with 11. W. Marvin and M. M. Dean as commission ers. SOUTH HERO. Mr. Stevens Is 111 with tho grip. Jennie 1'iirint Is now at home, 111 with thej measles. Mrs. T. L. Kinney Is recovering from her recent Illness. Dr. Caron and bride have returned from their wedding trip. ORAND ISLE. Mrs. Athcrton of Kssex visited her daughter at W. Martin's over Sunday. Mrs. John Swinn of Grand Island. Neb., with her two daughters are visiting at Valantlne biother'sandnther friends. Tho funeral of the little daughter of Lewis Hnepic was largely attended from St. Pose's Church. The Interment was at South Hero. A profusion of (lowers wns sent by the teacher and pupils of Maple Lawn Academy, of which she w.i a pupil. The ball game between Grand Isle high selieiol and Maple L-nvn Academy re sulted In a victory for Maple Iiwn, 9 to S.-Tho Ladles' Aid met with Miss Ella Grlflith nt S. T. Gordon's. The Hew Mr. White will hold service In Grand Isle the first Sunday In June. William Hose eif Hurllngton visited at Mr. 1'fford's on Decoration day. Miss Janette Plow Is gaining slowly. Her nurse has returned to Burlington. ALBURGH CENTRE. Capt, K. P. Hockwcll spent Sunday at his home Pro-memorial exercises wero hold In nil the schools in town on Mon eluy afternoon. Notwithstanding thei severe rain storm of last Friday the dnne'o at the Center was well attended and all report a good time, the music by the Homano orchestra being especial ly enjoj ed, Miss C. lOleanor Skells spent Mi'inorlal day with Miss Kthclvn Hock well. Leslie Newton of thes U. V. M, spent Sunday with his parents. ISLE LA MOTTE. Miss Lynda Iengfcld is visiting In Plattshurgh. Decoration day exercises were held in both schools. J. N. Korbach of New York was in town over Sunday, , Mrs. 1011 llolcomb has gono to Hurllng , ton for n visit. Mrs Jesse W. Hulcuinb and son of House.- Point visited nt H. G, Holcomb's last week. Mrs. II. G, Hoi comb Is able to bo our. Miss Dorothy '111!! was home from Burlington last week. II, H. Hill Is giving his house a coat of pain, which adds greatly to Its looks. Children's day exercises will be observed at the Methodist lOplscopal Church June 11. Mrs. Fred Fortune has gono to St. Albans for a visit. Iteecher Fonda and party of St. Albans wero In town Thursday on nn automobile trip. Mrs. F. VV. Smith, Mrs. Stranahan of St. Albans, Mrs. Mlceijah J. Dyer of New I York nnd a lady from Rutland were In !town last week, putting n marker on tho hill nt Sandy Point for tho Daughters of tho American Revolution to mark tho landing nnd camp of soldiers In tho Ilevo- lutlonary war tinder Urlg.-Oen. Schuyler and Oen. Montgomery. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Hill nnd son eif St. Albans and Mr. Charles McDonough of Manchester, N, II., were In town Tuesday. They did seune work In the cemetery preparing for a monument that Is soon to he placed for Mrs. McDonough. They nlso de-e'orated tho graves with flowers. Mr. mid Mrs. Albert Parker havo returned from Albiirgh. LAMOILLE COUNTY WATER VILLE. It. A. Wllley and J. V. Stevens were In Gre-enshoio Friday on buslnes, Mrs. Ida Read of Sh'.'lbiu ne, Stnte president of the W. C. T. H gnvo a Very Interesting talk Sunday nflrnoon at the t'nlem Church. Mrs. Lillian McK'innnn of Burlington visited lier parents, Mr. and Mis, C. Tlllolson, Inst week.-Snvernl from this placo attended tho W, C. T. t!. convention at Cambrlilgo Thuiselny. Tlio Ladles' Aid met with Mrs. Fred Darrah Wednesday May 21. The W. C, T. t;. met with Mrs. El. F. Bcnrcl Frlda May 20 Mrs. Wallace- Tracy Is spending a wcelc with her daughter In Rutland, Mis. George Mnnn visited In Clovnrdaln last week, Work on the Insldo of Union Church wns begun Tuesday by 11. G. Jones of Cambridge-. Mrs. A 1). Stockwoll Is visiting her son, Alba, In Jericho. Mrs Dl.intlm Atwell has gono to spend some, time with her ilatml ti r, Bertha Pcttlnglll, In lOssex.-Chester Bragg Is spending n few days In Burling ton. CAMBRIDGE. Miss Margaret A, Sullivan hns re turned to Massachusetts. Miss Sulli van has nccented a nnsltlon 11s high school substitute for tho remainder of tho year. JOHNSON. Mrs. H. K. Shcrwln Is visiting her son nnd daughter In Burlington. Tho Rev. 1. T. Johnson was In town Monday in the Interest of his water power nt lthlcl Falls. Fletcher Jones received tho. sad news of tho dentil of Ills sister In Alstcad, N. II., last Monday. Lewis Warcham hu gone to the" Poland Spring House, Me., again for the summer. While Mrs. T. A. Waterman 11 ml sister, Mrs. Mnrshall, wero out riding last Sunday their heusc stepped on n rolling stone nnd fell to the ground. They became frightened and Jumped. Mrs. Waterman Injure-! the ligaments of one limb near tho knee which will lay her up for 11 few weeks. Mrs. Marsbnll did not sustain any injuries. The memorial ad dress last Sunday by the Rev. II, C. Leach was one of the best ever delivered here, the house wns crowded. Mrs. Guy Fitch hns returned to her home In Me- chnnlcsvllle, N. Y. Mrs. 10. II. Sherwln returned Tuesday night from a week's visit to friends In Swantnn and Knos burgh Falls. Tho weather on Memorial day was all that could be asked for, nil of the graves of the old enmradeg In town were decorated. The opera house was tilled and listened attentively to the ad elress given them by V. A. Ballard of Burlington. The North Hyde Park drum e orps rciieleied line music The Hon. S. A. Andrews Is still rnnflned to the house with a bad llmb.-Mrs. B. S. Fulllngton remains about the snme. CAMBRIDGE. William Lang of Ksex Is visiting in town. W. H. Stlnehour and H,iry Pro vost are at work for 10. W. Patch, paint ing. Mrs. Dnr.i Hatch is visiting in Mil ton for 11 few days. The Rev. J. S. Al len delivered tho addre-ss here Decora tion ilny nt hotel hall. W. D. Macoy is to go to Kssex Junction for the summer working at his trade as carpenter. T. C. Wells has solel his village residence to Charles La Bounty. Miss lOmma Meade spent her vacation In town with her mother. Minnie Gallop has finished her work at lOsscx Junction and is nt home for the summer. There arc several cases of measles In town. BELVIDERE. Thomas Shattuck, a former resident of thin place, died at Waltham, Mass.. Mnjr 2i. aged 1)1 years. He leaves a son, Thomas Shattuck of Colebrook, N. H., and one daughter, Mrs. Alzli.n Salsbury of Wal tham, Mass., with whom he resided for several years, and six grandchildren. Tho boely wiw brought here anel tho funeral services were helel at tho Christian Church. He bud been a member of that church for over IM years. The Rev. H. C. Howard eif Cambridge officiated. The In termen) was at the cemetery at the Cen ter. Those from out of town wliet attend ed the funeral were Thomas Shattuck of New Hampshire, Mrs. Alzina Salsbury of Mapsachnsitts, Luther Shattuck of Cam brlilgo, Mr and Mrs. D. It. O.iks nnd Mamie Whcelock anel Alma Thomas and 10. If. Shattuck of Wntervllle anil Mr. nnd Mrs. Amn-i Potter of Bnkerstield. Leon Darling has moved Into M L. Davis's house Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Coburn visit ed in Bakcrsllcld recently. HYDE PARK. Libert Fnland representative of the White lOntcrtiiinment bureau of Barton, me t the ladies of the Homo Culture club Friday afti!nu..n and arranged for a lecture course, cons-lsting of lve enter tainments to be given I he coming win tor. The club conducted very success fully the course the past season. J. L. Gleason and family, who has leas ed of the Hotel, I'ompany the llrled Phoenix, arrived In town Saturday and took possession of the bouse. The teachers' reception for the grad uating class was helel nt the home of Mr and Mrs, E. I. Noyes Saturday even ing, anil a very pleasant time was enjoy ed. Sunday evening the' Rev. C. C, St. Clair of Morilsvllle delivered tho Bac- calawe.ite sermon beforet the graduating class. A. G. Splcer nnd family left Tuesdiy morning for their new homo In Port land, Me, Tho juniors of the L. C. A. entertain ed very pleasantly, the graduating class at a reception held nt Academy hall Monday evening. Miss Agnes Dower of Hlnesburgh ts spending the week with her sister. Mrs. John Flnnegnn. MORRISVILLE. C. L. Gates has sold his Morrlsvlllc Stowo stage route to A. C. Llttel of the livery llrm of Llttel & Aller of Morrls vllle and Herbert Smith, son of 1 p. Smith of this place. Possession Is to be given Juno 1, The new firm has rented Mr. Gates's barns In Morrtsvllle for 0110 year and h"adiiuartcrs win bo continued hero. Mr. Gates will remain in Morrls vllle. Alton Llttel, who recently In com pany with Homer Smith, purchased C. L. Gates's stage, lias sold his Interest In tho Llttel t Aller livery to Almon Bedell, who was formerly engaged In tho livery business In Morrlsvllie, but has recently lived on 11 farm 011 tho 101 moro road. John Savage, who wns taken to tho Waterbury asylum for treatment but u week or two ago, died at that Insti tution, and his body was brought here Friday, Tho funeral was held Satur day morning nt tho Catholic Church In Ilydn Pnrk. William M. Sillowny died nt noon Sat urday after nn illness of ten days of typhoid pneumonia, Mr, Slllnwny was 61 years old and cumo here from Klmoro two years ago. He represented Klmoro In tho Legislature of 1900 and had been prominently Identified with tho affairs of that town. 11c Is survived by a wife and four children, Mr. Walter Spauldlng of Elmore, Mrs. Hattie Wolcott, Mrs. Myron Whlteomb and Charles Sllloway ef this place. Mrs. Geo. Currier wu btdly Injured Sunday nfternoon In a runaway accident, resulting from her horse beln-r frightened by an nutnmohllo. Mrs. Currier, who Is but just recovering from a long Illness, was taking a drive In company with her husband and when near Ihe Herbert Spnuliling place they were overtaken by nil iiutomolillo driven by James Heed with u party of young people, Tho horse. In a Bridal Veil Flour The Very Best for Bread E. J. T HOn AS, Grocery GRAIN AND MEAT CO. 1 10-112 Cherry St., Burlington, Vt. young animal and Mr. Currier started to get out of tho e'lirrlagn to staiiel nt its head, when the frightened beast jumped, throwing Mr. Currier to the ground, 11111I ran towanl home. Mrs. Currier remained In the titirlnge until the- horso reached home when It luado u sharp turn Into tho ynrd nnd threw her out, She was picked up unconscious and curled Into the house, where she soon regained con sciousness. Physicians were summoned who found her In a badly bruised con dition nnd suffering from n seven- ner vous shock dun to her weakened rnn- elltlon. It Is thought there aro no Inter nal injuries. The Memorial sermon before James M, Warner Post anil ltelie'f Corps and Geo. W. Doty Ctunp, S. of V., was preached it tlio 1'nlversallst Church Sunday utter- noon by ttll ReV. Dr. I. 1 Roeitll Of Stafford, Conn. Dr. Booth gave 11 very interesting and able nddress, inking his text from Rev. 20:12. lie- will assisted In tho service by the lb v. C. C. St. Clare of the Congf --.itioii.il Church and the Rev. Otto S. llaspe of tlio Culvcr- f-nllst Church. The eiuaiMto e'hoir of the Congregallonal Chinch furnished music. There was a very large attendant',! from both member.- of the fraternities nnd townspeople. The graduating class of People's Acad emy together with 11 large congregation listened to the annual bace.ilaureato ser mon preached this ear by the Rev. otto Raspo at the Congregational Church Sun day evening. The church was prettily decorat-Ml with potted plants, tlowi'is nnd tile class colors nnd the clns occupied seats in tho body of the house. Music for the occasion consisted of anthems by the' quartette choir of the 1 liiirch and .1 solo by Miss U.-i SVt. Mr. R.ispe, whose sermon was a very excellent one, wns nsslstcel in the service by the Rev. Dr. I. P. Booth of Stafford, conn., and tlio Rev. P. A. Smith of the Puffer M. H. Church. The body of Mr Ruth Allen, .1 former resident, who died In Providence. It. I., last winter, wns biought to Morrlsvllie last Saturday evening, and on Sunday morning wns interr d in ft" family lot in the Laporto cemeteiy. The Rev. Dr. . P. Booth had charge of ,1 brief service at the grave. STOWE. Mrs. Bryant and Mrs. Niwton of Mont pcllar have been visitors .11 Henry War ren's this week. Tli'- Rev. J. L. Angcll spent Memorial day 111 Middlesex, George Douglass h,- it uly jecovereil from his recent illii. ss. He returned to school on Thtirsdn- Mrs C. B. Uoyce of Montpcllcr Is the gin t of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C, P IMdy. Com mencement exercise-, begin mi the even ing of June 11 when Pi nclpal C, H. Drown will deliver the b.i alaurcate ad dress to the graduating :nss nt 1'nlty Church. Special mii-c hi- been provided and tho ocentlon will be an Interesting one. The following Is the commencement pro gramme of the Stowe high school: Fri day, June f', alumni b..nuuel nt Green Mountain Inn: Sunday, June 11, "M p. m class sermon by Principal ( . II. Diown at Unity Church; Monday, June 1.', T:"0 p. m clnss dinner at Green Mountain Inn: Tuesday, Jim, 1", '' ' p. in., clas.s day exercises in s. hool ,.ird; Tuesday June IP,, ji, 111., prize' speaking In audito rium: Wednesday. June '.. s p. m., grad uating eercises in nuilitoi lum. The graduating class number-, ten, the largest in the history of the high s boot. C, II. Drovvno for ihe p 1st two years the principal of Stowe high school, lias ac cepted the position of superintendent of schools in Walpole. N. II . for the com ing year. Mr. Drowne has been n popular and successful teacher bei. and his many friends will regret that this is to be hU last year with its. Mr. and Mis. . II, II. Moulton, who have spent tlio past year with their sou In the West, returned to Stowe last week. Some students who spent Sunday nt their homes In Stowe are Lieut. II. O. Smith, I". S. N" Ilnrolel McMiihon of Goddnrd Seminary nnd lOlmy Hillings of the I'liiversltv uf Vcimont. I'nlem mi'inorlal service's were- held 011 Sunday morning, May :", .11 the Methodist ('hutch. There was a large attendance, the church being filled to nvei ilowing. II. II. Smith Post nnd Womnn's Relief Corp. C. S, Clark Camp, Sous of Veterans, anil Ladles' Aid attended In n boely. Tho Methodist olieiir was assisted by members of tho I'liity and Congregational church choirs. Tlio church was decorated with '.la n.,,1 r.11..,. unl I , .. I ,,l.,.u I', ,,,.- ,,, .,,, J',,t,,n, ,111,1 (lowers tastefully arrange d. An Interest ing feature was (ho Introduction of tho G, A. It. ritual service for tho day which was conducted by Commander O. F. Gerry. Responses were made by Senior VIce-Commnnder G. W. Adams, Junior VIco-Comiiiander A. J, Sargent, Olllcer of the Day II. S. Warren and Chaplnin Chandler Watts. The pastornf tho church, the Rev. J. Q .Angcll, pi cached from tho text, "With a great bum obtained 1 this citizenship," Aits i':': is R. V. Thn ser mon was an appropriate one and was list ened to wllh much Interest. The sorvlco closed with "America" sung by choir and congregation, Mr. and Mis, M, C. Poorc, who have spent the past year with Mr. Poore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, L. Poor,', of West Branch, left Stowe em Friday, May 'X. for Bmluerd, Minn., wheio Mr. Poorc has employment In 11 hotel. Miss Casslo II. Spr.igue of Boston, Mass., re cently visited her aunt, Mrs. S. L. Poore'. Ben Hawlcy and family have moved into the Green cnttiige 011 Maple street Waller Hale and family will move to tho Jenney places re-cently vacated by Ben Hawlcy. The base ball gaum between tho L. C, A. team of Hyde Park and the. Stnwn high school team played lion last Saturday resulted in a score of in to el In favor of L. C, A. Mrs, C. J, Seribiicr of St. Albans is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Drugg, Prof. Henry M. Tabor of Worcester, Mass., Clnik Pnl verslty and his three daughters, who aro with their grandmother, Mrs. C, F. M. Tubor, of Four Winds farm, sail early In Jiiiiu for Kurope, where they will spend tho slimmer. Mrs. C. I. Robinson gave a party to a company of children on Sat-1 is Burlington Animal Fertilizer. I For All Crops Manufactured and For Sale by BURLINGTON RENDERING CO. "L! 1L A O If ft. F . i-iuriu nvcuuc, . in tiny nfternoon In honor of Ihe birthdays of her sons. Fred nnd Don. Mr. nnd Mis. J. G. Totnhnsoii spent Sunday with Mr. 'lonillnson'.-t son In IOItnote, -On Sat urday nfternoon u carriage driven by Miss Jane Hiiwley and another driven by a man named Clovclnnil collided on Maple street, badly Injuring the Hawlcy carilagc. Tho llnwley horso was ti hlgh npirltnl one but Miss llnwley wan able to emit! nt him Mrs. llnwley, who was riding with her diughtcr and who wns out for the llrst time after a serious Ill ness stiff el ed a collapse from the shock. Mis. William Mills, who has been con fined to the house for several months by Illness nnd who lnm be'cn worse for sev eral weeks Is somewhat Improved In hrnlth. Mrs. C. M. Watts, who has been ill with erysipelas 111 the fine, Is Im proving. The pre memorial exercises given bv tho pupils of the high and graded schools on Monday af tcriinon, May 20, wero of a high order of excellence. There wns a huge attendance of those Interested In tho school. An elaborate programme was cart led out, which In cluded selections by the high school band, male fiuartetto and girl's c tettc, 1 collations, songs nnd exercises from each elepui tment in the school. The exercise, "In Sweet Rcmenibrarce," by the Irst Intermediate department was an especially Intel estlng one, ns wns nlso the ling drill arranged for the occasion by Principal Drowne. One of the most popular ccerclses wns "Marching Through Georgia," by tin boys' chorus. Among the recitations were "Tho Roll Call of the Dead," by George Harris: 'Decoration Daj Ad dies," by Karl Moody- James Camp bell gave an original ,'nldress. F 10. Stafford also addressed tho pupils up on the duties of citizenship nvvnltlng them The exercises showed can fill training on tho part of the teach"! and wcte a credit to tho. school. Mrs. i:. A. Double, who spent the winter In St. Paul, Minn., has been the guest of her son, W. T Double, the past two weeks. She went to Massachusetts on Wednesday 15. L. Hills, who rcccntlv sold his farm to Dun Serlbner, moved with his family to Waterbury Center on Tuesday The iadies of T'nity Church will hold their usual monthly Circle In their vestry on Tliur.Mlny af ternoon. All are cordially invited. Miss Lnvlna Dodge of Boston will speak nt the Methodist Church on Sun day morning, June I, in the Interest of missionary work. The Rev. II, A. G. Abbe from Flsbklll-nn-the-Huilson will speak at th" Congre gation Church on Sunday morning, June 4. C. L. McMahon. N. R. Harrows, O. 10. Luce anel Carroll Leach attended the. base ball game on Tuesday at Mont pcllcr between Montpcllcr S-niln.'iry nnd fioddiird Seminary. Miss Anna Wilson nnd Miss Mary Cordon of Burlington spent Memoilal day wllh Mrs. O. 10. Luce. The M. JO. Ladles' Circle met nt their vestry on Wednesday afternoon. N. Bigelow was in Burlington Wednes day. Miss LIvinia I. Dodge- will spo.ik In the Interest of the W. F. M. S. nt tho Methodist Church next Sunday morning. She Is particularly Interef-trd In the vming people's missionary movement. Come and Ivor this Interesting speaker. ORLEANS COUNTY MORGAN. Robert Blood got seriously Injured br ills horses running away last Friday. He was dragged for sonic distance before tho horses got away. Mrs. Mary Moore is home from AttleLorn. Mass. Tho Woodmen hold I heir annual memorial service on Sundiy, June 2. A new 1 ur.il flee delivery starts through this sec tion June 1 The Indies nt the Center arc rnHns money to icpnlr the Inside of tin- church. Several fimn this place at tended the exi'iclscs at Deibv Academy tin- Mth nnd LT.th. Guy Bartlett, a -audi nt from this town, toil; a rr'e In the speaking conti st. It is expected several more I10111 this place will bo 1 moiled as students In the full term, NEWPORT. The Rev. Mr. Flagg of Berlin. N. II., has been extended a tall to act as pastor ol the First Congregational Church. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Huntington are rejoicing over the arrival of ,1 son. Llmer 10. Wilson has hind t lie Benja min Hinnmn furiii in West Derby. Miss Fannie Montague Marled for Ore gon last week nnd will bo gone about ono year. L. A. Spauldlng of the linn of C.irr & Spaulding, has sold his Intel eit? to F W. Carr. DERBY. The commencement exercises of tlio academy proved tally ciiual to any of picccding years. The baccalaureate ser mon by the Rev. Mr. Lewis In the Melh odlst Church Sunday morning, May ill, was conceded to be one of tho best ever delivered here. The examinations Mon day niul Tuesday showed thorough kuowl edge of the vai lous branches studied and excellent training by the hoard of teach ers. The prize contest Wednesday even ing was well attended ami the couti'stams nil uciiuittcd themselves with great credit Miss Bertha Kinney won the ilixt prize. among the ladies, and Lena Crandall sec ond. Thursday morning occurred tho graduating exercises. There wi re 11 grad uates. Harold 10. Abbott gavo tho salu tatory and tho class oration. Motto, "Truth Conquers," was rendered very ac ceptably by W, II, Taylor. The valedic tory and essay, "Memory s Message," was very line. It was given by Agnes L. Har ris of Heche Plnln. Indeed each graduate performed tho part nsslgnrd them nd nilrably. We would not neglect to men tion especially lla M, Scarles who for tho last three year has kept house for her (Cuutluueil on ttU pave.) , Duriiiigiuu, Vermont. IN HUB MARKETS Quotations en the Leading Products In Demand Bcjf ton. May 01. Tho local rlnlry mar ket is quirt nnd cny. Butter Is in good Miiiply, but the demand Is slow. There is vry little doing either in cheese or tpgn a nil prices are rather Joft. Quotations follow: nutter Crcnmeiy, extra Vermont and New Kompslilre, IT-'Vie; northern iev York, :!'.? L2 Ho; western, 22 22y4c: firsts, northern. 21fji21Vji'; wu.t ern, 21&21Hc; eastern best murks, 21 21 &c; fair to Rood, HWJOci creamery seconds, 10t?i2t)ci thirds, lVtaLSe; dairy, Vermont extras, 21r; New York and Vermont firsts, 10'o;20-; renovated but ter, lfVeT20c; boxes, extra northern creamery. 2!lcj firsts, 'JUa'22c; extra dnlry, 2iri2Hie; dairy llrsts, 10&2Or; common to Rood, lTfilc; prints, Yitfl 23c. Glio-?s Nevf stock, New York nnd Vermont twins, fancy, lOUfij 11c: fair to good, SCetllo; old cheese, New York nnd Vermont twins extra, LTd'Me: llrsts, 12'4'l.lc; seconds, lOtejllc. Kkrs Fancy hennery. 204j21c; Maine, Vormont and New Hampshire extras 10c; fair to Rood, 17(ff 18c; York stnte ex tras, lSWlSHc; Michigan, Indiana, etc., best marks. 17Hf"lSc; other choice western, i'fiU'Vc. fl'be above fjuotatlotis represent the prices obtained by receivers for whole Mile lots nnd are not Jobbing prices. Tea bean-- are very firm, but othef grades are steady nnd unchanged. Carload lots, pen, $1.80f1.8ri: me dinm, $2.Wi2.15; yellow eyes, .fi.ioa 2.1ft: red kidneys, $2.8fa2.IK; Cali fornia sintill while. ?2.2ft(2.JtJ; job bins price, HV&lfte bieher. Dealings In the local market for fruits nnd vegetables during- the past week have beon much livelier than in the week previotin. Warmer weather hns enlivened the d em anel materially nnd business has compared favorably with that of other year at this time. Supplies generally are plenty, but as paragus is scarce anel offerings of cu cumbers were small until the end of the week. Cabbages are lower and onions have declined under incmased receipts. Pars ley hns had 11 smart nd ranee since a week aco. Spinach and other kinds of gir-ens are plenty and cheap. Sum mer .iiadn are lower, hut turnips are firmer. There are plenty of tomatoei In the market, but not! iniin.v fancy lots. Choice peas move readily. Rhu barb l.i abundant ami cheaper. Apples are firm and in Rood demand. Arrivals of flrawberrles have been heavy, but include only a few fancy large. The latter are wanted. Cher ries are not yet. very j-lenty. Vegetables are quoted as follows: Potatoes Aroostook green moun tains, 85e a bu; bebrons, SQ(!iU2r; Da kota wbL 30c; rose, 2fiJ30o; new Flor ida .2.l)tvg3 a bbl; new Hormudas, $.7fT.i.."0 n bbl; sweet", North Carolina, $-1 n crt. Beans String; beans. Charleston. 8.2ft a bskt; Norfolk, $4 a bskt; butter beans, Sl..vye52.riO a bskt. Cabbasos New southern, ?1T;1.25 0 crt. Celery White, 511,2,1 a bch. Asparagus-Native. $45ifi a tiox of three ior. bobs; notive Riant, Wal.M a box of three doz; New Jersey, $4(7j I ftO a doz behs. Lettuce, etc Hothouse lettuce. $ 1.2ft (?2 a box of three doz heads; rnmnine, 7.V57S1 n iloz bends; mint. ftiyctiOe a dox hobs; watercres, southern, -IOo a do, bebs; pHrsley, 5-1 a bu. Spinach, otc--Native spinach, 1fiTi'25c a bu; beet greens, 2fr340ca bu; dande lions, 300-lOc a bu; native kale, 2ftc a bu. Squashes Summer squashes, 75c $1 a crt. Tomatoes Native hothouse. 12H?2 15e a pound; Florida, $l.fi(VU2.ftO a crt. Turnips Yellow, $2 a bbl; bunch turnips, 75rt3$i a doz belts; French white, $3.25 a bag. Miscellaneous Southern peas, $3.25 a bskt; Maryland, $1.7fj(ri2; cucumbers, $l.ftO4.r-0 a box; carrots, Jlfcf 1.2ft a bu: bunch carrots. HOfiiSftc a doz bchs; parsnips, $l(q,1.50 a bu; radishes, 2ft fi40c a bu box; beets, $lft 1.2ft a bu; bunch beets, S I fa 1.2ft a doz hobs, pep pers, ?2.ft0'f? 2.7ft a crt; fRg-plants, .?2 a doit; oysterplants, $1,50 a doz bcb; rhubarb, lftiff20c a bu box. (Fruit, quotations follow: Apples Baldwins, W,502.ftO a bbl. russets, extra fancy, $t.rOr;.-l ; No. 1, tf2.rr.V(i!3: other prudes. $1.2ft2, Strawberries Maryland and Dela ware fancy, loCaHo n fit; choice. SrsilOc; fair to good, 7'ii8c; Haltlmore. 8c; Norfolk, best, 8c; average, ft?i;7c. Cherries California, $2.50(3.1 a 10 pound box. All barrel pork was marked down nfte on all except bmn pork, which was 25c lower. There Is a slightly firmer feeling In fre-.li beef, though prices are not yet itdvanced, Trade continues dull. Lx tra Heavy sides, 8 3-4ai)c; good. 8 l-titf-She; light, 'MdiHc; heavy hinds, 10 11-4 HUc; good. Hi l-4(S10Hc: light, WSlOc: lirnvy fores. HfTc; good, (J l--KS0H-e; light, ftutHtic. I.nn'hs bare been In moderate sup ply nnd prices are firm. Yearlings are Mendy. Veals are firm. I.nmbs, 1KT1 12c; yearlings, 'VeilOc: muttons, Sff. ! I!': veals, lOdillo, with fancy higher. Some fresh Hhode !!mid ducks are nfl'ering, but outside of this there is pothlng new In the poultry markof. Western Iced turkeys, ISCeJ01; north rrn chickens, 20&22f- nnd upward; northern fowls, IftieJlDf'; western fowls, Hinifilftc; frozen western turkeys, 22 H23c; western chickens, l jVj-f KiVac; western fowls, HIHiSjllVsc; fresh Ithod- Uland ducks. 20rtj2le. Hay li in heavier receipt and pi Ices tire barely steady. The demand It light. Straw is quiet and unchanged. Mlllfeed Is quiet and easy. Huy, No, 1, 1fKI.fto.r7i7: low grades, $U(eTl(i; rve straw, JlOetflO.ftO; oat straw, lOSlO.ftO. COMMBKCIATn Maw York !ro1e Market. New York, May 31. I'LOL'n Heeelpts, 12,191 bbl; exports, 4,13! bbls; sales, t.V bbls. Mar'cet quiet and unsettled, Minnesota patents, f.V85J?tU5; Minnesota bakers, S4.30-ff4.S5; winter ratents, J5.EfMJ5.8S; winter straights 45.2(25.4.-; winter extras, 3.6204.34; win ter low grades, $3.4St)4.10. RYF. Fl.Ol'K-Mnrket flrr.; fair to Itfiod, H.4OJf4.60; choice to fancy, tt 65 5o(.. WIIFA r-lleeelpts, 4i,lJ lnr sales. I.vW.OiW bu futurcu. $jiot Irregular. A weak start In wheat owlnst to fine weather was followed by rallies on a bullish week ly government crop report. lAter sharp reaction.--, Influenced by liquidation and he nrlnh private crop advices left the mar ket finally iy.fr Hie net lowtr; July. 91i3 fj'li'.c, dosed OVnc; Sept., 8,VAf(f8S 3-160. closed KUo; Dec, 8Sfl8r.4c closed 84HC COKX Receipt, !J!,72j hu; exports, 54, 19 bu; pales, 15,000 bu futures; 8,000 bu spot. Spot steady. Option market was firmer on Mny through a squeezo of shorts but quiet otherwise closing i3 net higher; May 0M3"c; July closed true. OATf-lte.celpts, tftp.JfjO bu; exports, 22, 71.1 hu: spot easy. rr'i:i) Was fpilet, spilng bran, IM.Wj middlings, 119.60; city, 120.0fyfr27.60. HAY Easy- shipping, 60663c; good to good to choice, POfifw-. IIIDKS-Qiilct; Galveston, 2n to 25 lbs., 17o: California, 21 to 25 lbs., 19c; Texas dry, 21 to 30 lbs., 14c. WOOL Wns steady; domestic fleece. 32 c332c. BEEP Was firm; family, tlCfiOfJf 11.60 mess, ttl.Orrtff4.50; beef hams, $22.00gj3.i0: packet, tl0.0O310.S0; city extra, India mesa 91 4 tA-JIC.50. I.AIID Was eltil': western steamed, t7.6evg7."!0: Nov. closed $7.35 nominal; re tlnce! quiet; continent, $7,25; 8. A., $8.00; commercial, $5.2Mi2.f2H. poniv-Wns dull; family. $r,.50r-riii.oo: short clear, $13.75916 50; mts, $12.75Q1S.60. rOTATOKH-Rasy- I.onK Island. $1.75 57 2.W; state and western, $1.3581.55; Jer rcy sweets, $2.oo13.&. TAM.OW Market steady: city ($2 per pkc) 4'4r: country (pk-ts. free) I'-t'tc IT.TItO!KUM-Vns quiet; refined Net York, J7.M; Philadelphia & Baltimore, I" Ml do. In bulk. $V0O. COl'PKH-fJulct: $11 K7'4't?tr,.12H. C'OKFHB Spot Hlo steady; No. 7 Involm tfio; mild quiet; Cordova, lfVfl.lc. The market for cnflce fiitnren opener", lite.idy nt UnchaiiKCd prices to n decline e"f 4 points iintlt r llcht liquidation. C-ihlcs wi re nhout as espi ctcil and the market foMnvvlmc the rail Iiovvfd little eiharce, clofln-r steady net nnchanizcd to 5 points lower. Kales were, reported of 15.7W baps, Including: .Inly nt $ii..,."; Aiitf. at $6.f5; Kept, at Jf l.-fiCTO; Dec. at $6.957.00; .March at $7.10. Si:t"3Art Raw was steady; fair refining, 4'ic; crntrlfu-ral, tet, 4?4c; mclssse sugar. 4c: refined was quiet; No. 6, $5.45: No. 7, $5.40; No. S, $5 30; No. ?, J5.2",; No. 10, $5.20; No. 11, $5.10: No. 12. $-.(K,; No. 13, $4.S5; confectioners a, $5.f0; mould a, $1.10; rut loif, $'".75; crushed, $.7fi; powdered, $6.15; granulated, $6 05; cubes, $6 30. NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET, New York, May 31. HKEVHS-rieceipt.'-. 1.SS0 head; steers plow at steady prices: Rood cows 551rto lower; steers $.'.2.Ve.i; oxen and -.taca .".i"0; hulls J! ff?4.7"; cows, $l.ffj 1.30 ca bles quoted live cattle steady at lt'4'c7121,c per ll. ilrceil vvcic-lit; sheep nt 13ffllc dre-ied vvcli-lit; refrigerator beef at fif'C per Hi,; exports 2.711 quarters of beef, 1 'A I.VKS Receipts, ,".,70 bead; steady lo off; veals $4.VVf?7.iY; few choice at 7.2,; cuUs tl.Wf4.50; buttermilks, $1,009 1 r,a. SIIKEI' AND LAMBS-necelpts. 5,4-il head: sliecp quiet; yearlings r5gT5c low. ,r; lainhs SifTVc off; shcp 3.")35 00; culls J.l.noir-.iso; yearlings, $;.50f6.50; lambs $7.uci .."-). HOGS Receipt--, S,7", bead: market 10 ' 15c lower; state hogs $5.t0'j5.W. CHICAGO TRODUCE MARKET. Chicago. May 31. WHEAT May, $1.0l'i; July. S6Tsc; Sept., T'lJ-l'.c; Dec, W,c. CORN May, 60c. July, 4V445sc; old 47ff)7:c; Sept., 4"4c; old, 45&e; Dec. l.V'ic; old, 4i".Hc; May, 1W, 45"c. OATS May, 30-c; June, 30 V. July, 20c: Sept.. 2Sic. MESS PORK fPer bbl) May. $12.2741 July. 12.I2':; Sept.. $12.6I2.67's. i.ARD (IN r !"' lbs) May, 57.17',; July $7.2.-,; Sept., .f7.t2'sfi7.i5: Oct.. $7.43." SHORT ninS-Sldes Consel-May, 17.22'i; July, $7.22'i; Sept., $7.47'; Oct., ?i".i". Cash quotations: WHEAT No. 2 spring. tl.Oi'fl.OT; No. 3, JI (oii-i.es; No. 2 red, $l.(Wfil.06"i. CORN-No. 2. 52PWc; No. 2 vcllow. 51 s;0''o. OATS-No. 2, 30?sc; No. 2 white. 323 "3c; No. 3 white. 31'ig3.'c. RYE No. 2. Sc. HARI.HY Good feeding, 33ij42c: fair tc choico malting, 46jfl9c. l'f.AX-'lEED-No. 1. $1.30; northwestern, No. 1. $1.47. TIMOTHY SEED-Prime, $2..-. MESS PORK (Per hhl)-$12.2:)312.30. I ARli (Per KO lbs) $7,157 171-;. SHORT RIHSSldes (loose)-$7.0f-7.20. SHOrbDERS Dry salted, none. SIDI S-Short clear (boxed)-7 12.jU7,2S. WHISKE"i-(!!-sIs of hlghw!nc)-1.3$. On the produce exchango to-day the butter was barely ste-ady; creameries, U iSiUjc. dairies, WfilSe; eggs easy at mark cases included l-!Hc; firsts, 15c; prlmi fusts, 16c; extras, 17'.2c; cheese weak, 1 fftOlfjC. BOSTON COPPER MARKET. Boston, May 31. Certain copper specialties developed no table strength to-day. General market was llrm. Copper Range rose BU to 'V,i, clo-lng 71'.-; Utah 1 to 46i; Vnltcd States r to rfl'i, closed Si-Vjc; Amalgamated Bj to S2, closing Slt. BUTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. Boston, May 31. Bl'TTER Tho market was ay; northern, 2.1524c; western, 22V;9'23Hc; V6T' inont dairy, 21Tf22c. CHEESE Easy; Vermont twins, HQ NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. New York, May 32. Cotton futures opened steady nt the decline; May. K21; July, $.2,'.: Aug , JS.21; Srpt , $v2S, Oct., $-.3.1; Nov.. $..7i; Dec, .'.45. Jan.. JM; March, TS.50. Spot closed unli t. 15 points higher: middling uplands, IS.v.-,, middling gulf, fi.ia; ales, 24,801 tales. THE FIRST TIME. The rnnfipdnn of tongues bad Just fal len on tho Tower of Babel when a voice rewe birch and clear; "Plildums want n pltty tlss, hess his heart'" With a groan of anguish they turned and fled from tho edifice. Harper'a Ixtr.nr. AMERICAN LEAGUE BTAND1NO, Won. Ixit. Pet Cleveland 22 11 ,6ol Cluciign 21 14 ,600 I'jill.iilclphla 19 15 .t59 Detroit 18 17 ,51$ Washington 16 20 .444 Boston 15 19 .441 St. I.ouls 15 22 .414 New York 14 22 ,313 NATIONAL LEAGUE ITANDIKO. Won. Lost. Pet. New York 30 9 ,7 Pittsburg 23 IT ,V5 Philadelphia 21 16 ,i4t Cincinnati 19 19 .100 Chicago 20 21 ,n St. Loul 15 2.) ,3415 Boston 14 24 .8&i Brooklyn 15