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VERMONT WATOHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1902.
Montpelier and Viciiiity. Local llnppenliigs. Miss Roso Joromo is omployed ns clerk in J. 13. Lolnud's storo. Jn?oph Stoillng sutTered n pnrtiul gtroko of pnralysls 011 Thursday. As ho has beon for voars n hulploss lurnlhl, his caso Is ooiii-tdorod eritlenl, Miss .Tosophino M. Pierco of Ghol sfta, Mass., is a guost of Mrs. G. O. Stratton. Thn bridgo botwcon tho Benjamiu f.im.s carried nwny by tho llood tliis gpring 1ms beon roplaced by a new struotuie. 11 Tl Hlnvnns nf Tiioolllll. Wnsll.. II proiiiliiont businoss iniiu nnd oapltnllst, ls vlsii.ng in this city and East Montpelier for ,i tfiiu'. Thls la lils llrst vlslt horo slnco isos. Hon. P W. Clomelit entertuliied Miiyor J ,M Houtwell, U, A. nlllltll, I'j. u. Mjuv and C. H. Ueaton at lunch ln liU rrtvnto cnr ulter tho closo of his tiddross in Ar mory hnll oii Thursdny ovening. Wnldo Fnrrar is unablo to porform his dutios nt tbo rnill of B. W. Bailoy & Oonipany because of inilanunation of tlio oyos. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Senesnc of New Bedford, Mnss., who aro on tbeir bridal trip, aro guestsot wntrcd Pino. Georgo Roberts bas resigned as jnnitor of Clirist clinrch and Edgar 0. Magoon lias bcon engagcd to tako his plaoo. E. M. Scnvcr of Washington was in tho city Wodnesday and arrangcd a satistactory sotttemoni; wim tno umuu Mutual Firo Insnranco Company, for his loss iu tho rccent Washington flre. Tho Rovornment wautsaforestry in speetor in tho Philippino scrvico at $1,S00 a yoar salary. Seo D. F. Olark at tho post-oillce for furthcr.partiou lars. Mrs. J. Edward Wright went to Newton, Mass., Wodnesday to visit W. L. Whitnoy, hor brother. Shc will ro tnrn by tho way of Greeiiflcld, Mass., wIkto Miss Sibyl is at school. The prizo of $3 oiTorod by tho Soulo Art Company to tho pupil solling tlio greatcst nunibcr of tickets for tho ro cont art oshibit at tho East Stato stroot school building, has boon award ed Mamio Dookor, of Grado 7. Tho will of tho lato Addison Mcr ritt of Calais, contosted in probato conrt on Wednesday, has bcon allow ed and conimissionors appointod. A conipromiso was uiado by tho attor neys for tho contostants and tho will. Tho St .lolmslmry Yomig Mou's Chris tlan Associutloii will preseul "Camoion Pride" in the lloweoperu house. St. Johns bury, on Friday ovoning, Mny 10. Jllss Alioo KuOini Cnapmuii luis clinr,:e of tlio prodiietion, tho prullts of which will go to tlio Young en's Christi u Assooiu tlon fresh airfnndof tluit villnge. Tlio llve queslion, 'Prohibition or Locnl Option?" will bo ooiidt rod iigmii nt a meettiig iu tlif opeu Iiousb noxt Uedue? day ovoning, May 14 uldress by C. J. Fenriisou, Ksq , of Burlington, with nnisio by Wilder's ui thestrn. Tliough tho topie Is old:tlndifeii:-sioii ot It iuoiensos in m terest. At a meeting of thoKlng's Daughters tho following delogatos woro oloctod lo tbu annual Stato convoiition to bo hold at linrlington Mav 20 and 'l: Mrs. C A. I5ost, Mrs. h. IIowo. Mrs 0. II. Iloalon, rs. Cornoliiis Cliandlor, Mrs. Goorgu E. Ilunt: altornatos. Misa Clara Adams, rs. E. -i. Goddard, Mrs. Frank Adanis, Miss olllo Fillold, Mrs. Mury uoaviu. Tho moinbers of tho Moiiday Kvenlng whUtclub, wlth guestfl.about thlrty in all, woro vory pluasnmly ontertainod attoaou Wodnosday eveiilng by Mrs. F. M. t oiry nt 1..... l..tit.i nti rnninltl Atl'i.pt. 111 MlO gamos tluit followod tlio llrst n hist piizo was won uy mra. o. lonohand ouolno prizo by Mrs h 1) Ilydo. Tho alTalr was iiiiusually ploasant for all wboattondod. Tho school ooinmlsslonors aro attcinpt iug to ostablisli a lino bctwoon tbo now school building lironerty and tluit ot C. II. and L. Bart Cross. Thoy hold tbat botb goiitlomon havo gotten ovor onto tho er.lir.nl lirnlinrt.v. wllllo MOSSI'S. ClOSS liolll tboy havo gained tho land by ocouiiation. i Tho mattor bas beon plnood in tbo hands . of City Attornoy Carloton by tlio oomtnis slonors for adjustniont. The will of tho lato Addison Morritt , of Calais was contestcd in probato f conrt Wednosday. Dccoascd left all his nrnnort.v. somo S2300. to a Mrs. Rob- ! erts of Marshfield. A nophow and two nieces, childreu of his brot.licr Ed ward, aro contesting tlio will as his only hoirs. J. P. Lamson appcarod for the contostants and Dilliughain, Hnso & Howland for tho will. Tho caso will probably go to county court. Court will conveno onTuosday, .Tnnn ii. in six countios in tho Stato, Chicf Judgo Rowell will presido at t Cholsea, Judgo Tyior at inaucnusiur, Judgo Start at St. .Tohusbury, Judgo Watsou at Hyde Park, Judgo Staiford at Middlebury and Jugdo Hasclton at woodstock. Juago iuuuson is uio only momber of tho Snpremo court i who does not havo a Juno torm. Ho j will hold court at North Horo in Au- annt. Ijoiic toruis aro ospcctod at Woodstock and St. Johnsbury ; in the other countios narncd, tho prospects aro good for vory sliort terms. Two grauito cuttors in a tcam nar rowly escaped dcath at Sabin's cross ing about 5:30 o'olock on Wodnesday ovon ng. An electrio car had stoppod to await tho passing of the suburban traiu to Barre. Tho mon ovidontly did not know of tlio proximity of the train and as thoir Iiorso showed fright nt tho oloctric car thoy nrgod it forward. Had not thoy boen warn cd by tho ories of tho passengors thoy would liavo rcachcd tho crossing just in timo to havo bcon struok by tho ai)r proaching train. As it was thoy only pulled thoir horso up a fow foot from tho rails. E. S. Moigs, II. A. MoAllistor, J. W. Uogers, A. J. Allard and L. Q. IUvers roturnod from thoir flshing trip ta Greensboro pond on Thursday ovoning. Thoy report sovoroly cold weathor during thoir stay at Greens boro but brought back about soventy flvo pounds of trout. Messrs. Moigs and Hogors had not seoured a trout nn fn Tlmrsdav but CaUcht OVOr tWOll- ty pouuds on that day. L. 0. IUvers caupht a trout, whioh woighed ovor flvn nnniids. On WednosdaT anotlior party visiting tho pond secured ono woigning mnoioou pouuuti im uu 'Plinrsflnv nnntbor WoiullillK B0V0U- tcon pouuds. Whon, just this sido of Woodbury Centor tho party was do lnvod in tlio homoward trip by a wheol to thoir carriago gotting sot booauso of a hot box. It was ropaired so that tho box would rovolvo in tho hub of tho whool for tho rost of tho trip. Tho boys say this was tho ouly hot tirno thoy oxporiouced during thoir trip. CARTER'S CURE BlckllwuUclionna rcllovoall tliotronl-' flcnt to a uiuous buiiooi mu nbl"im " Dlzzlncss, Nausoa, BroweluoBa, l)lt . eatlnR, l'alu ln tlio BIilo, &o. Whllu tli- ir " ttsmnrkablo Bticcosa lioa bccn eUown In uu.iu j SICK ncvlnclio, ycl Carlor's Lltllo Llvor nilj aro cnually vnlnablo ln Oonstliiation, curlnR fiid pro vcntlng thlsttnnoylnncorapUItit.whllotlJCyttlao corroct aUillaorilors ohho Btomiwb.Bt mulato tbo Hvcr aml royulato tho bowola. Evcn If tuoy only HEAD Acbo thor wonld bo almoat prlcelosa to tlioito who enffor frorathlaaietrcsslUBcomplalnti butfortii naloly thoir kocxIiiobs doos notond horo.and tnoss nblo ln bo many waya that thoy will not bo wll; KUQUUtuuf iuu ..... ..... ... ' , linn ujuu wuuuufc iuww ACHE IsUiobnno of eo many llvoa that horo ia whoro womakoonreroatboaat. Our plllacuroltwhlto Cartcr'a IJttlo Uvor Pllla aro vory maU ana vory oasy to tako. Ono or two pllla roako ft doao. Thoy aro Btrlotly vogotablo and do not grlpo or purgo, bntby thoir fjentlo actlon ploaBo all who usothem. Iuvlalsat25conta j flvoforll. Sola by drueglaU ovorywhoro, or Bont by rnall. CARTER MED1CINE Ca, New York. MR kHM Mhh A moetiug of tho school board was licld on Tlmrsday ovoning. A requi sition on tho city council for .1,000 was votcd. It was votod to bcar tho cxpense, not to oxcood .40, of tho framing of tho picturos obtnined by tho seholars lrom tlio nrc oxnuiu, whioh lias bccn in progress at tho now school building. Tho scholar's por contagc from tho salo of tickets is ovor 880. It was votcd to ongago tho opora house for tho holding of tho graduating cxercisos of grado nine on tho ovoning of Juno 0. Tho mattor of engaging the opora house, pro grams, ctc, for tlio closing cxercisos of tlio Washington Grammar school, whicli occurs on tho ovcning of .Tune 13, was loft to cliairman Sihlcy and Superintendeiit Ilani. Tho mattor of providing moro room for tho kindor garton dcpartmont was loft to tho con'unittce on grados and teachcrs. It was voted not to admit any niore pu pils to this dopartmcnt this torm as thero aro now about (0 pupils curoll od. Tho board has rctained Prof. E. G. Ham for nnother year at tho samo salary of Sl',700. Don't lot tho little onos sulTer from eczcnia oi othor torturing skin disoases. Nonoed for it. Doan's Ointmont curos. Can't liarm tho most dollcato skin. At any dnig storo, 50 oont. AT MONTPELIER. Tho Ropublican Stato comniitteo met at tho Van Noss House, Burlington, on Friday evening to flx tho timo and placo for holding tho Stato Ropublican con vention. There was a strong dosiro shown on tho part of sevoral to havo it held earliar than usual to ond tho warm campaign now boing conduct ed but aftor full discussion it was do cided that if would not bo conveniont for many and tho dato of Thursday, Juno 19, and Montpelier as tho place wero selocted. Tlio oft'ect of tho lato date choson for the convention in prolongiug tlio campaign was materially oiTset by tho recommendation of tho committeo that tho caucuses to elect delegates to tho convontion bo held not lator than Sat urday, Juno 7. This will practically closo the campaign 12 days beforo tho convontion is held. Tho basis of tho ropresontntion of dologatcs to tho Stato convention was voted to bo mado on tho voto for Gov ornor in l'.luO. Each town is cntitled to ono delegato and ono additional dologato for each 100 votos east for tho Ropublican candidato for Govornor iu 1900, and for each fraction thoreof in oxcoss of llfty. Tho only chango in this is that it roquircs ovor fifty votes to givo a town anothor dologato and it had roqnired only fifty horotoforo. JTho most important action of tho committoo was n voto to rogulato tho holding of town nnd city caucuses as far as possiblo without n ballot law on tho statuto books. This was accom plished by tho ndoption of tho follow ing rosolutions: Rosolved, That in tho olection of dologatcs to tho Stato convontion tho Stato committeo will rocognizo such dolcgatos as shall bo olected by a plu rality voto properly cortified to by tho secretary of tho respectivo town and city caucuses. It is recommonded by the Stato committeo that tho Ropublican town and oity committoes respoctiVoly tnko such measures as thoy dcom olfectivo to provont any Uut legai itopuuncan voters from takiug part in tho respeo tivo caucuses and to proparo a oheck list to bo used at such cuaouscs and that all dologatcs be elected by ballot. Tho committeo has beon troubled a grcat deal, in tlio past, to seouro ro- ports ot tlio olection ot a town Kopun lican committeo and to avoid furthor troublo in this direction it was voted DISCOVUHED 11V DR. DAVBD KENNEDY. OF kennedkVcS&n n. v. that tho Ilcpubllcan town and city committoes bo cloctcd at tho regular caucus to chooso dolcgatos to tho Stato convoiition nnd that tho samo bo at onco roportod to tho sccrotnry of tho Stato Ropublican committoo. Edward D. Raymond of Fair Ilavon will bo tomporary bhairman nnd Max L. Powoll of Burlington cliairman of tho committoo on resolutions. Snrpriso has bccn oxprosscd ln somo quartcrs that the Stato convoiition is not to bo hold ln Burlington this year, inasmuch as tho convoiition that nom inated Govomor Sticknoy two ycars ago was hold at Montpelier. This city is, howovor, tho naturnl seat of tlio convontion this yoar. For many ycars it has beon tho custom to hold Stato convcntions on tho opposito sido of 'tho "mountain lino" from whioh tho candidato or candidates for Govornor rosido. Two ycars ago tho Stato convoiition to nominato dologatcs to tho national Ropublican convoii tion at Philadolphia should havo boon hold at Montpelier and tho convon tion to nominato a Govornor and other Stato ofllcors, at Burlington. Tho lat tor camo during tho wcek of coinmenco- mont at tho Univorsity of Vermont, and bocauso of inadcquato hotol ac commodations for both at Burlington, at tho requcst of leadiug Ropublicans of that city tlio chango was mado. Burlington workcd hard to havo that city namcd ns tho placo of tlio convoiition this year, ISx-Govornor U. A. Woodbury, owncr of tho Van Noss IIouso was narticulnrly activo in this diroction, both on Tuesday ovening, and prior to tho mcoting of tho Stato committoo. Tlio good sonso of a ma.loritv of that commltteo prc vailed, and Montpelier was namcd as tho placo ot mecting. It is a woll known fact that a largo majority of tho Ropublican btato com mittoo aro suunorters of Gon. Mc Oullougli for Govornor. It ncodcd no tallv shoot on Tuosdav ovening to con- firm this statoment, and tlio succoss of tho Bennington candidato was con fldontlv and roneatcdly puodictcd. Nono of tho candidates for Govornor wero in Burlington Tuesday evoning, but thoir roprcsentatives woro in evi denco. Hon. 0. M. Barbor, E. R. Morso and H. W. Clomcnt Had liead quartors at tho Van Ncss Honso that ovcning. Mr. Barbor camo to Mont pelier Monday morning. His coufldenco in the ultimato succoss of Gen. Mc Oullougli is unshakon. No inan ean ciiro coiisumptloii. You oan provont it Ihoiigh. Dr. WootlV Nw way l'ino SM'iip oiiros, oouj-'hs, colds bidiiobilis. astluim. Novor fails. HIGH LICENSE. Hon. Peroival W. Clemont of Rut land, candidato for Govornor on a high liconso platfonn, addressod an audionce of' 1500 pooplo in Armory hall on Thursday ovcning. Tlio desiro to hear tho question of high licenso ngainst prohibition discusscd by this ooflapost tho formor drow to tho hall all shadcs of political crecds aud the spoaker was given closo attention throughout tho two hours that ho hold tlio platfonn. Fow real arguments for a chango in tho law wero advanc ed nnd it is safo to say thero is no dangor of Clemont dolcgatos being sont to tho Stato convention from Montpelier. Mr. Clemont is, how ever, a pleasiug speakor, and tho stories told by hirn sorved to koep his audlonco in gooa numor. j.uo coior ed quartotto nnd Montpelier Military liaud attacnments woro aiso urawiiig cards. Scoros of ladies wero noticed in tho audionce but on fow of thoir faces wero scon smiles of approval of tho arguments of tho spoaker. Mr. Clemont was introduced by Mayor Boutwoll in thoso words : "Ladies and gontlomen : In open- i( tlilc innnHiiiT it is nnt liocossarv I for mo to monopolizo any of your timo. . . I C it . I . l ou aro lioro tonearono oi vermont s honorod sons, and I tako great pleas uro in introducing to you Hon. Por cival W. Clcment of Rutland." Mr. Clemont said in opening: "Mr. Ohairman, ladies and gontlomen : Tlio object of tho prohibitory law in this Stato is to provent tho drinking of in toxicating liquor as a bovorago. Tho framers of tho lnw know woll cnough thoy could not accomplish this by di rect rueaus ; thoy know tlioy could en ter a man's dining room and tako wino from his tablo ; thoy know that tho lnw whioh makes tho drinking of tho liquor n crimo would bo unconstitu tionnl. Tho prohibitionist theroupon mnkcs the attcmpt to stop by indirect mcans tho drinking of intoxicating liquors. Ho undortnkos to cnt off tho supply of intoxicating liquor by mak ing it n misdomonnor to scll liquor. Tlio ban of tho law is upon nn nrti clo of commorco whioh hns always figured in tho markets of tho world without offending tho moral sonso, i,i nrrlnr fn iirntnnt. flui Kmilll nercollt ago of tho pooplo of Vermont who do not know how to drink wisoly." Tho first half of Mr. Oloment's ad drcss was dovoted to nn nrrnignmont of tho prohibitory law nnd to lllnstra tions of its workings in justico and city courts when n man is nrrestod for intoxication. In this connoction lio said ho had novor known of a rich man boing arrostod in Vermont for intoxication, but ho had seen n law yor como into court so drunk that ho could not try a caso ngainst a man for intoxication nnd had scon n judgo ad journ conrt to lct tho attornoy sobor up. Mr. Olement paid his respects to tho Daily Jonrnal bocauso of a statcmont mado in its oditorial col umns that tho Rutland rnilroad com- 0 SOLVENT Olssolvcs and qiilckly rcmovcs Btonoand rcd and whlto Brvcl from tlioKldi cvb nnd l)laiJdcr,etopB tho Intcnao pn!n(Klducy C'ollcjduo to thcEofor inbndlcBand often avoldetho ueo of tho BurgiHm'a knlfc, Colcnra Solront provcnts tho forniatlon of tono and grnvel by dl eolvlng tho urlcacld and caiylnc It oll through tho naturnl channcls, thus imrlfjtnt, tho Itlood, nnd corrcctlng thoo urlc ucld conditlons of tliOBtomoch wblrh jiroduco urlcacld poIjonliiE, Oout, Ithcumatlsm, Neuralgla, nnd pcrlodlcal hcadnchcs of woracn. Cnlcura Solvcnt BS A NEW RflEDICINE. It exila gajl 9tones,glvlngftlioalthy actlon to tho Llvct, rfllcvcs mo pain or lillloua wollc and cures uontttlpallon of the llowcln. Dr. Iljvld Kcnncdy haa eald of lt,"Culcurn Holvcnt 1b tho oatcomc of iny long cxpcrlcnco as a I'hyelclan nndBurgeon and I coneldcr thls dlecovcry tho grcatcst achlovenicnt of niy llfo." UnqucBtlon nblu tcstlrnonlala scnt on requcst. tl. 00 bottloat nll drngglets. pellod its eniployoos to sign an iron clad ngrQcmont not to driuk intoxicat ing liquors. "The only troublo with that story," said Mr. Clomcnt, "is that it is not true. Vt questi )ii our employeos beforo wo hirc them as to whothor thoy drink intoxicating liqnor and to whnt oxtont, nnd if thoy get intoxicated wiiilo on duty we dis chargo them. " In closing his denuucintion of tho prohibltory law nnd its workings, Mr. Clomcnt said! "Tho prohibitory law ought to bo ropealcd. Wo onglit not to havo to wnit 1 111 Uctohcr, wo onglit to hnvo nn oxfrn scsslon of tho legis laturo to ropoal it. It would havo boon rcpoalcd long ngo if tho machino bad jiorniittcd it. " During tho last hour of his addrcss Mr. Clomcnt oxtollod a liconso law and urged tho dcsirability of nroforcndum blll to bring tho mattor bofore tho jiooplo. "It tho pcoplo ovor get a cnanco to voto on ropeaung tno pro hibitory law it'sgono" said tho spoak er. Mr. Clcmont's phllippio ngainst Gen. McOullough nnd his platfonn was heavily discountod becauso of tho fact that it had already beon publish cd in ncarly every papor in tho Stato, as an oxtract from his specch at Mid dlebury ton days ago. Mr. Olement promised, if ho is nom iuatcd for Govornor, ii ropeal of the liroliibitory lnw and tho cnactment by tho Logislaturo of 1902 of a high li censo local option law. Ho paid his respects to G. W. Morrow in those words: "Prohibition is responsiblo for tho murder at Whito Rivor Junc tion and moro than-tliat, prohibition is responsiblo for Morrow. Thoy liavo a man who writes 'Rovorend' bofore his namo (I can't imagino why) who acts as nn informor aud slouth for the Anti-Saloon Lcaguo. He. with other snies sneak up and down this Stato looking into your windows, listoning at your doors and Ueyholos, sinelling at tho cracus bo neath vour doors to seo if thcy can find any ono drinking intoxicating liquors, xnoy navo nnd spottors out sido of the nicotings I havo hold : thoy liavo thora thoro to seo who comes in and to mark them down. When an agcnt of this society findsacase of in toxication thoy staud in with tho oth or oillccrs and tako thoir sharo that the law givcs them as informcrs. " Tho sneakor roforrcd to the Mont policr liquor ngoncy solling ncarly $30,000 worth of liquor a year. . This, if it was all whiskcy, would mean 738,000 drinks a yoar, not Vermont drinks ot n tingers lengtli, but ordl nary Now York drinks. He dcclarcd in closing thnt prohibi tion is worso than froo rum and that prohibition will be torn out by tho roots ncxt Octobor. It was noticcablo and almost piti- ablo thnt whenovor tho spoaker was i applauded the loudest was not whon l ho mado n cood noint acainst his op- I poncnts bnt when ho throw mud the t. d 1. .1,1 1 1 ' lllUKOAl. OUUII lll UIIIUIIIA UUU1U lliliu- ly mako votes aniong tliinuing men wiio lovo lair piay. Tnkos the burn out: boals tho wound; cures tho pain Dr. Thomas' Electrio OII, tbo liousohold remedy. Y. M. C. A. HOTEL I Tho Young Men's Christian Associa tions of tho Eastorn states havo for n numbor of years lieen hoping to opon a hotol or camp whoro thoir membors might spond thoir summer vacations. under right influenccs and nt a rca- j sonablo cost. j Silas H. Pnino of Now York, a man i connected with tho Standard Oil Com pany, who also has a lively intorest in tho bottormont of tho young mon of that city, knowing of this desiro ' and boing tlio owncr of a magnificent i hotol on Silvor bay, Lake George, has rccently olfered to tum ovor to tho Intornational Committeo his property of twelvo acres includiug his hotel accommodatiug 000 pooplo, whicli will bo open from Juno 1 to Octobor 1, to membors of tho Young Men's Christian Association and t hoir fam ilies at tho remarkably low rato of ono dollar a day. This is an oxcoptional oft'er. Last year this hotol turned away peoplo and tho rates woro threo to llve dol lnrs a day. A moro ideal plnco for rest and rocroatiou does not oxist any whero. All sorts of sports, includiug fishing and boating can bo indulgod iu. August 5 to 15 a conforeuco will bo hold for volnntoor vorkors nnd com mitteomon which will bo participatcd in by somo of tho leadiug Young Mou's Christian Association mon in tho country. Tho loading questious of tho day will bo'discussed in a way which will bo of groat help to tho Association represoned. In ordor to proiit by this proposition ono must secnro n vacation tickot, issued by tho Presidont of the local association for 2, which will ontitlo him to spo cial rnilroad rates nnd identify him nt tho hotol. It is ;hoped that a deloga tion will go from Montpelier. Tho Prosident of tho Young Men's Ohris tian Association cau likely givo fur tlior information. Many School Chlldron aro Slckl", Mothor Grny's Sweot Powdors for Ohildren, used by Mothor Gray. n nurso in Ohildrou's Homo, Now York, brcak up colds iu twonty-four hours, ouro Fovorishness, Headaoho, Stom nch Troubles, Toething Disordors nnd Destroy Worms. At all druggists, 25c. Samplo mailed freo. Addross Allon S. Olmstead, LoRoy, N. Y. AN OLD OFFENDER Doputy SherilY E. A. Iloath of Wnr ron, brought Clark Wheoler to this city on Wodnosdny ovoning and lodg cd him iu jail. About a yoar ago thero occurrod n lot of potty thioving from tho storo of Bert 0. Sterling in Warren. Whool. or was suspoctod of boing impllcatcd in thoso thofts, as it was nllegod that ho had not only somo of tho stolen goods but had glvon thora to othor porsons. Doputy HoTith wns away nt tho timo so tho justico appointod a spocial ofll cor to arrest Wheolor, This oillcor, aftor mnkiug tho nrrest, uoglectod to bo sworn wlion ho mado his roturn on tho wrlt so that tho proecoding was void and Wheolor jumped his bail nnd loft tho Stnto. Doputy Hoath has boon on tho watch for Wheolor ovor sinco. A short timo ago tho ofllcor lenrnod that Whoolor was nt work in Tyson, Stnto's Attornoy Hoar filod informa- Don to bouy up weak, worn, tired-out Btomachs. Spur a tired horse for a moment he bounds forward, then drops. Juet bo with a tired stomaoh. Stimulants force it to a brief, unnatural efFort. Then it collapses com pletely. It needs rest. By the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Oure your food is digested without the stomach's aid. It builds up the body while the stomach gains fresh strength. Rest is nature's greatest tonic. It soon restores health. It is not necessary to diet. That only further weakens the system. Kodol Dyspepsia Oure will digest any kind of good, wholesome food you want to eat. Oathartics affbrd only temporary relief. ffiade To Digest Food. tion ngaint Wheolor and a capias was issucd. Doputy Hoath wcnt to. Tyson on Tuesday and found his man work ing in the mountains chopping wood. In company with a locnl deputy, tlio oill'cer captured Wheelor and brought him to this city . Tho oillcor said Wheolor was tho hnrdest customor ho had ovor arrested as ho vns constantly trying to oscaiio whilo on tho way from Tyson to this city. It is oxpected n hearing will bo hold in tho caso soon to dotormino as to whothor Wheolor shall bo tricd for potty or grand larceny. HoldsUoa Congrossman. ' At tbo ond of the campaiuu." writes Cliamp Clark, Mif.soui'i's hrilliaut con gressman, "from ovorwork, norvous ten slon, loss of sloep and constunt sponklng I had about utterly collapscd, It suemed tluit a!l tlio orgaus iu mv body woro out. of order. but tliree bottles of F.loetne Ibttor inndo mo all rii;)it. It's tbo bo?t all-aiound inedicine eversold ovi r a drugglsl's coiin ter." (Iver worked, iiin down ineli and weak, siekly woiueu nuiu spleiidid bealth and vitnlilv frntn Klectric llittors Try them Only .'jOc. (limninteed by 0. Hlakoly. RECEPTION TO PASTOR. Tho informal recoption tendored on Wodnesday ovoning at Trinity church vestry to Rev. aud Mrs L. K. Will man was an enjoyablo all'air and was quito largoly attonded both by mem bors of Trinity church and congrega tion aud by pastors aud ropreseuta tives oothor donominations in town. Tho ladies had nrranged tho vestry in a vory attractivo mannor. Mr, and Mrs. Willmau woro nssisted in receiv ing by Dr. and Mrs. William Lindsay, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruco McDon ald. Tho ushors wcre Honry Holt, Mrs. M. L. Beardsloy, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nutt. During tho ovening Karl Forsoll rcndered soveral cornet solos in a way that domonstrat ed his right to bo called an artist. Ho mndo his cornet sing with nll tho pathos, powor and sweotnoss of tho huiniui voico. His solections woro loudly applauded and his responses woro gonorous. Brilliant piano solos by Goorgo H. Wilder aud solections on tho maudolin by Frcd Kocgan help ed mnko up nn oxcoptioually enjoynblo musicnl program. Tho now pastor and his wifo mnde a vory pleasant impression upon all who mot them, nnd thoy, in tum, woro givon n most cordial greoting. Llko a Drownlng Man. ''Fivo years ngo a diseni-o tbo dootois called dysiiepsia 'took such hold of mo that I cculd soarcoly go," writes Georgo 8. Mni'j'h, well-known attorney of Noeona, Tox "I took qiinntltios of pepsin and ther modicinos but uotlilng holpod mo. s n drownlng mnn grnlis at a straw I rabbod at Kodol, I folt an imnrovo ment at once and atter a fow bottles am sound and woll." Kodol Is tho only prep arntion which exautly reprodiices tho uatural dlgostivo juiceS nnd coiisoquontly is tho only ono whioh illgosts any good food and curos any form of stoiiineh troublo. O Blakoh- IMPOSING OEREMONIES Now York, Mny S). In tho prosonco of tho'highest dignitnrios of tho Oath olio church of Amorica tho body of Archbishop Corrigau was laid at rest today iu a crypt bononth tho nltnr of St. Pntrick's cnthedrnl. Tho coro moninl was participatcd in by thou sauds of priosts ; for throo hours this morning thousauds filed past tho catn fnlquo to viow tho body. At nine o'clock tho olllcinls of tho ohurch ns sombled nt Bolnnd trndo school Fifty first Btreot, Mndison Avonuo nnd lcd by tho 8,urpliced ohoir mnrohed to tho cnthedrnl. A thousand priosts in whito surplicos movcd silontly with n scoro of bishops, ton nrchbishops nnd Onrdiual Gibbous, all carryiug lighted cnudlos. Down Madisou Avo nuo to Fiftieth stroet, thonco to Fitth Avonuo, tho procossion took its way to tho cathedral, whoro jontifical high mass was colobrated by Oardinal Gibbous. Tho onlogy dolivorod by Archbishop Rynn nt Philndolphin, n lifo long friond of Archbishop Corri gan's, wns a glowing tribnto and brought tears to tho oyos of all. Short ly aftor twolvo tho caskots, borno on tho shouldors of six priosts, was do positod in tho orypt. Cardinnl Gib bous, Archbishop Irolnud, Vicar Gon oral Moonoy nnd Fnthor Lavollo woro tho ouly onos to entor tho orypt. Chango of wator ls tho great perll of va- , oatlon timo i'uro water ls scarco, houco distiirbance, always serlous, of tho stom- , nch and bowola. Porry Davls' Palnklller has novor faied Can ft fall iu your caso!' t Use Stimulants "I had stomaoh troublo of four years Btanding," says Geo. R. Colbath, Alpena, Mich., "which was so bad that at times I was forced to abandon my business and stay in bed. At last I was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, from which I received immediato relief and a fow bottles effected a completo cure." COMING IIOME. Tho Vermont Associnlion of Boston throngh its oxecutivo committeo, has docided upon a dolightful trip for tho coming Old Homo Weok colebration in the Green Mountain State. Tho party will lenvo Boston Monday Au gust, 11, via tho Fitchburg road and Iloosic Tunnel routo and arrivc in Saratoga N. Y. , about threo p. m. , whero tho remaindcr of the day and night will bo spent nt Congress hall. Tncsday morning tho partv will go to Caldwoll, N. Y. , at tho south ern extromity of Lake George, tako tho stenmor through Lako George to Ticondoroga aud thenco through Lako Champlain to Burlingiu. Thore will bo a spocial chartered train nnd the steamor will be given to tho visitors. It is expected that the Sherman mil itary band of Burlington will tnko tho trip through Lako Champlain with the party. Tho third day, Wednesday, August ia, will bo spent nbont Burlington, where tho Van Ncss House will be headquarter for tho Association. Thero will be trips to Ausablo Chasm and other points of intdrest near Bur lington. Tho party will disband in the Qucen Oity, each member going to his natvo town, or whorover ho desiros. There will bo roturn trip tickets f urnished over tho Centrnl Ver mont nnd Boston & Mnine railroads , good with stop over privileges. Dangorous If Noglcctod. Ibirns, cuts and other wounds afton fall to heal properly if ueuleetod and beeoino troublesomo soivs. DoWitt's Witcb ITnzel Salvo previ'iits such consequeiiees Kven whero delny hns nggrnrnted the lnjury DoWitt's Witoli Hazel Salvo efieots a ouro. "I had a riuming soro on iny leg thlrty vears," snys II C. Hartly, Yankeetown, Ind "After using lnnnv reiiiedies, I tried DoWitt's Witeh Hazel Siilve. A fow boxes healed tho soro " C'utvs all skin dlseases. I'ilos yield to it at once. Uewnio of countorfelts C. Blakely. MEMOUIAIj DAY ADI;Ui;SS A meotins ol tho memorial couimlttee of Urooks Post, G. A. H., was held on Tuesday ovening. It was docided to hold tno aiomorini uay oxereisos iu wns city on Friday, Mny 00, aud, d-'partiiig from tho usual custom, to hold them in tho Blanch ard opora housoin the forenoon. Jlomoiinl Suiiday will bo ohserved nt Trinity ohurch on May '-'.. The sermon will bo pronched by Uov. L. K, Willman, tho pastor. Tho Memorial Day address will be de liorod by Kingslmry Fosler. son of Capt Honry E. Fostorof Derby Lino nnd a ris ing young attornoy. In tho afternoon tho niembersof Urooks Post will docorate tlio graves of eomrailes in tho local eenioterlos and at East Montpelier and Berlin. Palnt Your Buggy for 75 Conts to S1.00 with Devoo's Oloss Carriago Palnt It weighs .'1 to 8 07.. moro totho pint than others, woars louger and givos a gloss eqtial to new work. Sold by Abbott A: Bailoy. In tho May numbor of tho National Magnzino Frank Pntuain writes: "Measured by tho dogreo to which thoy have improssed their porsonali ties upon tho Amorican peoplo during tho last ton years, four mon now liv ing aro pre-omineiit. Those mon aro not poots nor artists. Thoy nro llnnn ciors nnd publioists. This is tho nge of tho Hnancier and tho publicist. Tho four mon are Presidont Roose volt, Androw Cnrnogie, John Pior pont Morgan, and Mark Hanna. Of Sonator Hanna ho says: "Mark Hanna bids fair to bo remembored ns tho groat pacificator. There wns n timo when his onomies cnlled him a "Inbor crushor. " Thoso charges hnvo fizzlod out. I think he undorstuuds tho genornl run of peoplo bottor thnu nnyj othor mnn in public lifo ; his elforts for indtistrinl poaco rnisc him to tho high lovol of usoful oitizonship oconpicd by Androw Cnrnegic in his lnter yenrs. Tho Juno numbor of tho National will contaiu Senator Hanna'H third nrticlo in tho sorios contribnted by him cntitled, "MoKinloy ns I know him," nlso nn artiolo on tho shipping bill by Sonntor Fryo of Maine, presi dent pro tem of the Sonato. Sonator Fryo is tho anthor of tho bill and its most ardent champion. DO YOUR FEET ACHE nnd bnrn nnd mnko you tirod nll'ovor? Allon's Foot-Enso rosts nnd cools tho foot nnd mnkes wnlking ensy. At nll druggists nnd shoo stores, 25 conts. Somohow whon Vo hoar n mnn call ed nu Adonis wo long to hnnt him up nnd smnsh his protty noso. r OLD HOME WEEK. The adjourned annual mei ting of tho Montpelier Old Homo Wcek As-so-cintion was hold on Fridny evening in tho roouis of tho Apollo clnb, Judge Hirnni Cnrlotou prosiding. The report of A. W. Ferrin, tho treasnrer, rend by Secretary E. H. Dcavitt, sliowcd that S4-10 wns received by subscrip tion last year. Tho expenses of the colebration last August, includiug tho ontertninnient of Capt, and Mrs Charles E. Clark nnd lunch at thr 1 Pavilion for the Boston association was about .$1555, lcaving a balancf in tho treasnry of $00.43. The report of the treasurer was accepted and -idript ed. Tho following resolution, introdnt cd by E. H. Dcavitt, was unanimous ly adoptod "Rosolved, That tht membcrs of tho Montpelier Old Home Weok Association, nppreciating the kindness and courtosy of tho dircctors and managors of tlie Montpelier and Wells Rivcr rnilroad iu providing a f rce excursion train to Barre quarries, in honor of Captain and Mrs. Clark and other guests of this association during Old llome Weok of 1001, and desiring to oxpress tho grntitude of this association for sucli assistance in making Montpelier's first Old Homo Weok colebration a succoss : Resolved, That tho secretary is hereby instructed to transmit a copy of theso resolutions to the directors and managers of the Montpelier and Wells Rivor railroad. " Hon. Hiram Carloton, who is the member of the executive committec from Washington county of the State association, asked to bo reliovcd from tho presidency of tho local associa tion. A. J. Sibloy was elected in his placo. Tho othor members of the old board of ofllcers wero re-elected as follows : Vice prosidonts, Georgo Atkins, Arthnr Ropes ; secretary, E. H. Dcav itt ; treasurer,. A. W. Forrin ; oxecu tivo committeo, J. G. Brown ; chair "nn, J. M. Boutwoll, Fred Blauch ard. The quostion as to whether a cele bration should be held at Montpelier this yoar wns informnlly discussed but no action wns takcjn. The meeting adjourned subject to the call of Presi dent Sibley. SOUTH WOODBURY. ln the items of last week in reference to the death of R, H. Lyfhrd, he was a much respected member of the United OrdiT of the Golden Cross instead of granite cutters, as printed. Mrs. Nellie Carnes is taking a fort night's vacation from her work at L. J Benjamin's and visiting in Washington. The Good Templars held their regular meeting last Friday night and State Depi uty Morse of Cabot duly installed the following officers for the present quarter Chief templar, A. M. Henjamin, vice templar, Florence Whceler; past chief templnr, Mrs. A. M. Benjamin; sccretar, 1 little Goodell ; assistant secretary, Ashlej Smith; treasurer, Grace liurnham ; finan cial secretary, Morton McKinstry; mar shal, Harvey Goodell; deputy marshal, Grace McKinstry;chnpIain, D. C. Wilber, sentinel, Mark Waite; guard.Julia Thom as. After the installation a lunch of oysters, cake and coffee wcs served in the dining room. Frank Blodah and wifo of North Mont pelier visited their niece, Mrs Harr Burnham, over Sunday. Rev, C. H. Coolidge was called to West Newbury last week to attend tlie tuneral of his wifp's father. Dinests what vou cat. Thls proparation contalns all of tb dlgcstants and dlgests all klnds of food. Itglvcslnntant relief and novcr fallstocure, Itallowsjou to cat al! tho fool you want. Tho most sensitlve sfomachs can tal;e It. By its uso many thousands of dysiieptlcs havo bocn cured aftsr overj'thing elso failed. It prevents fonnauion of gason thostoiri' och, rclicvlng n.11 dltressnftorcatlnc Dlctlng unncccscry. Pleasant to tako, It can't help uut do you gootf Prppawl only by if.. 0. Dr. WittA: Co.. Clilcasa ThotU bottlocoiitalnusii tlmcstho WcslSk Dyspia Cure