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VERMONT WATCI1MAN & STATE JOURNAL, TIIURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1903 Montpelier and Vinicity, LOCAL HAPPENINOS. Mrs. 0. O. Flolds of Esbox Junctiou iB vislting lior brothor, E. I. Drury. Tho (HrootorB of Bnrro Rnilroud Compniiy deolnrod on Fridny a divi doud cf two nud ono-hnlf por cont to Btooliholdors of rccord Sopt. 00, pay nblo Oct. 1. Oharlos II. Buttorflold ot Whlttlor, OhI., d!cd nt lils ltouio Sopt. 20, His ttgo wns nbout slxty-ono. Mr. But torflold wns formorly froui Topsham, nud uuirriod in this oity Alico M. Hnucroft, boiuo two yonrs ngo. A potition iu bnnkrnptcy wns fllcd ou Fridny nt tlio district olork's ofllco by Goorgo Stouo, n luuiber muti of Bnrro. IIo 1ms linbllitios of $"!3G.G0 nud nssots of 121), all of whioh nro olnimod exempt. Botli tlio ladios nnd gentlomen's tourunmont gnmos ou tlio Burro golf HuUh occnrrod ou Friday of lnst weuk, tlio winnor in tlio forinor boing Mrs G. II. Woodrnff who hnd a uot sooro of 4U for uiuo lioles, nud in tlio lnttor Charles S. Whcolock whoso uut sooro wns G'J for oightoou liolos. At tlio D. A. H. dodicntory eoro monics ou Tliursdny Mrs. J. K, Lyndo of Williamstown, n ruouibor of Lafny otto Olmptor, exhibitod two grnvy bonts tlint woro usod during Gon. Lafnyotto's visit to Moutpelior. Tlio bont woro shnped llko birds nnd tliolr nutiquo uppanrnuco, togother with tlio fnct tlint thoy woro used nt tlio tnblo of Ool. Dnvis wlioro tlio dis tiuguished visitor dincd, mado tlio old ohiun a oenter of iutorost. Au enjoynble nutumu Booiul wns hold nt tlio Bnptiet vestry Fridny ovo ning to wolcoino Itov. nnd Mrs. Guy 0. Lainsou liomo from thoir vacation. A sliort program wns rendorod couiist. ing of n guitnr nud hnruionicn duot by Willinni Hoopcr.a rondiug by Mrs. J. W. Lolnnd, two pinno eoIos by Mids Browu, n solo nnd n reading by Mrs. G. M. Gobs aud remnrks by tlio pas tor. Rofreshmcnts woro sorvod dur ing tlih ovouing. Twenty-two uiouibors of Compnnion Oourt, Green Mouutnin, aud Subordi nnto Court Moutpolior, Iudopendent Ordor of Forostors, ntteuded nu iuitiu tion nt Bnrro ou Fridny oveuiug ns tlio guest of tlio Bnrro conrts. Thoro wns n lnrge nttendnuco, sovornl nioiii bors from Williamstown boing pres ont. Two cnndidntea wore iuitinted aud tlio occnsiou is roportod ns nn ex tremoly plensnnt ono. Tlio Montpe lier pnrty returned on tlio lnst cnr. Dr. Wnldo R. Harkness was arrost od Fridny by Sherilf Evaus nud takeu beforo couuty court to auswor to tlio iudictnient for forgory found ngaiust liim by tlie grnud jnry. Bail was flxed nt S2.500, wliioh is n rnise of 1,000 froui tlio bail furnisbed proviously, af tor tlio bindiug ovor prooeedings. Up to tlio presout timo Dr. faarkness lias not furhisliod tlio uow bail, thongli ho nud 1ns coausol, F. P. Onrletou nro hopoful tlint lie will be nblo to do bo soon. Ho is uow nt tlio jnil in oliurgo of Sherilt Evaus. It is ueccssary for entirely new bail to be fumisliod as the fornier bail was rebpased by Dr. Hnrkness' appoarnuce iu court to an swer to tlie iudictnient. Somo of tlio mombers of tlio G. A. R. liavo requosted tlio city coanoil to nllow them the riso of tlio schqol buildiug in wnrd G for holdiug tboir rneotings tliis winter ns thero nro bo fow of tliom loft tlint tlio exponso of payiug ront senms moro tlinu tboy cr.u moot. Tlio mattor was bronglit np at the council ineoting ou Wodnosday uight aud it soeuied to bo tlio gouornl opiuiou of tlio coDUcil tlint, ub no oxtrn exponso would fnll ou thoir Bhouldors from tlio same, it would ouly bo right to liolp tho old Boldiors in tliis wny. Tho mnttor was roferred to tlio couiuiitteo ou publio property to coufor witli tho mombcrB of tlio G. A. II." nud flud out whnt ohnugos would uoed to bo mndo iu tho interior of tlio bnilding, if nuy, and roport. Tho romaius of Mrs. O. A. Bnrunrd ot Ohiongo, arrived in the oity Tliurs dny boing iu' curo of Mr. Barnnrd. Thoy wore oarried to tho parish houso nud tho fuuoral was hold nt 2:00 o'olock Fridny nfternoou, Rov. A. N. Lewis olliciatiug. Mr. nud Mrs. Bar nnrd, woro both luemborBof thoEpiBco pnl churoh in tliis city and thoy oach had n host of friends. 'llioy moved to Ohicago about oight yonrs ago nnd thnt Mrs. Barnard siioald roturn to V DISCOVIJItED 1IY m jcJ Lr VJnLm ujj-.w csl iy.vLLUJi'aciiUJ' a kikcston, n. y. GIVIL WAR VETERAN J. "W. Stanton of Cnnastotn. N. Y., eontractod Rheumntlsm during tho dvii wr, owing to the constant ex poaure, And up to a few yenrs ago suf fered torments. The bcst of docton falled to help him. A friend recm mended Dr. David Kennedy's Fnvorito Remedy, and it cured him complctely. Dr. Darld Kennedy's Favorlte Remedy Is rec epntied ii & tpocillc. It puriflei the blood and dlsioivot the excess of urlc aeld In It clears up tha urlne. restoret the Kldneyj and Bladdcr to thilr normal cenditlon and ffently moves tha bowels. It h bjttcr (or Conjtipatlcn than any pllls. Bstter fortbe nerves than any sedatlre. Better lor tha weak than any fnic. All druef Ws sell I in the NEW 50 CEHT BIZZ and the repulnr $1 '"'ii bottles, Samplt bottlecnsHsrh for truil, frtt by mau. Dr. Davld Kennedy Corporatlon, Rondout, H. Y. fir. PaTld Kcnnf d)'R flnldrn i'lwitcrs strenpth en llmclf l, removt paln anywlieri' 15c eaca lior fonnor homo sllont iu dcnth, is a mattor of doopest griof to her ninuy frionds.who hold lior momory iu os teom. Mnuy of tho llowors at tho fu uoral camo from tho west nud mnny from frioudH horo. Tho bonrors wero Frnuk A. Adnuis, O. H. Ilontou, H. D. Hopkius nud G. B. B. Donny. Burinl wns in Groon Mount Ooiuotory. MAX 12. SEr12HASCE. Aftor a jouruey whioh onoirolod hnlf tho earth tlio body of Max E. Sovoranco, tho Moutpolior buy who yioldod his lifo to fovor iu tho Philip piuos, nt last roBts nmoug tho liills of his nntivo Vermont. Tlio fuuuml was hold iu Triuity Mothodist church on Saturday at 2 o'olook and n lnrgo oompauy of Moutpolior peoplo gntli ored thero to pay thoir last rospoots to tho momory of ouo who iu two wars gavo hinisolf to tho sorvico of his oountry, and fiually laid dowu his lifo in the distant Orient just ns cou Hpicuous succoss in tho jonrnulist world wns coming to him. It wns n sad occnsiou nud ouo that will livo loug in tho momory of thoso who woro prosont. ACcordinp to n formorly oxprossed wiBli of tho dond man tho olliciatiug olergymau wns Rov. Efllo K. M. Joues of tlio Univorsulist churoh iu Bnrro nud sho couductod tlio eutiro sorvico nt the church. Mrs. Joues Bpoko oloa,uontly nud lior words wero iutoutly listouod to. During tho Borvico n qunrtot composed of Miss II. .Tulia Oross, Miss Lula F. Burnham, Jospeh Vinu and Oharlos F. Lowo, saug "Load Kindly Light, " by Buok, aud "Noaror My crod to Tlioe. ' ' Tho boarors wore olioson from Mr. Sevorauco's olass nt tho Semiiinry nnd from tho nowspaper fratornity. Thoy woro: Frauk A. Bailey, Dormuu B. E. Kout, L. J. Hathnway, nud J. Burtou Piite of Marshfield, roproseutatives tho olnss, aud Oharlos A. Wobb of the Jourual and Jnmos M. Healey of tho Argus. t. Tho bnrial servico was iu chargo of tho Ellis, the Bocioty to whioh Mr. Sovoranco bolongcd iu Mnuiln nud whioh hns boon an indiBpousablo fad tor iu the problem of briugiug tho body to Vermont for burial. Bcars tha You llavs Always 3ought Tlio 40th nnnunl meeting of tho Rouniou Sooiety of Vermont Oflicers whicli is composed of commissiouod and nou-commiBsiouod oflicors wlio served the Stnto in tho oivil wnr will be held nt Rutlnud ou Tliursdny, October 8. A businnss meeting will bo held nt 0:80 o'clook iu tho nfter noon nud in tho ovening thoro will bo nu nddress by Cougre66ninn D. J Fos ter of Burlington, nt tlio Rutland oper' houso. The nuuual banquot will take plnco nt tho Bardwell Houbo nt nino o'olock. Tho oflicors of che Bociety nro Kit tredgo Hnskins, presideut, and J. H. Luaia of tliis oity, secrolary. Tho ox ecutivo committeo consists of V. Y. W. Riploy, Redfiold Prootor and J. D. Hnurahnu. All honorably dischnrged Vermont otllcors and iiou-commiB-sioued oflicers of tlio nrmy and uavy during tho Oivil War aro eligiblo to membership At the Irasiness ineoting nn opportuuity will bo givon to join tho Booioty by siguing tlio coustitutiou nud tho pnyiueut of ouo dollnr, No nuuual duea aro roquirod. Tho bnn quot is complimontnry. Blnnk Torso was flrst iutroduced iu to Euglisli poetry by Honry Iloward, oarl of Surroy, iu a trnuslntion of Virgil's "iI2noid" iu 1517. SOLVENT Ulesalv es ftiiil qiikkly l wo a itontf and rert and wblto gravcl frora tlio Kldj.f.v and llAudor,(tOis thilnicni0)aln(Kldncy Collcjduoto thoBo for, .n IkmIIcs and olten avolde tho nso of tho surgcon'Blinlfo. CaIcumbulvent;rovi'ntiJ tUi fnrmatlon of atnno nnd gravcl by dla BnlviiiK the urlcncM and ca. tyinj.' It f tltrotit;U thoimtural clianncl, tlun purifjliiK tho IMoud, aud corrre.mij thune urlc ncld conJItloni ift tlicaumaoli uhi( h prodncu iirlcorl.l ilionin, flout, HhcuinatUm, Konraljjla, and jioriudlca) ho.idaihoa of woruon. Calcnra Solycnt e8 A MEW EHEDICINE. It i"t'la gnll Etonea,KlvliiijahoaUhy action totlio Llvci, rcllovca tho pln ot lllllous Collca.id cunsConsilijation of tho lloue'a. r. l' nul Kennedy liau unldof It, "Culciirn Holvcnt U tho outcomo of iny liing oxpcrlcnco (ual'liyalcluiiandHurkeua aud I consldcr (hle dlcovery tho Rreatest achleveiiicnt of my lifo." UiKincstion- no.o K.nmoniaiaecnionrciiucu. ai.uo ooniuat aililrugjjuia. VEE120T IN L.A W. Sovornl wooks ago tho law flrm of Mowcr & Ponk of Burlington prosont od nt tlio olllco of tho sodrotnry of Stnto iu Moutpolior a coitifloato of inoorporntlou of tho Burllnatou & SouthoiiBtorn Rnllway Oompauy to bo lllod. It is oustomary whon artiolos of nssooiatlou aro filod to colloot n foc for tlio Bntno nccnrding to tlio publio aots of Vtinuout paHsod by oxtra seB Biou of tlio Logislnturo in Mny, 1808. Tho nmouut of tlio foo roq.uirod is do tormiuud by tlio nmonut of cnpitnl stook iu tlio corporntion, $10 for nuy tliing wlilch doos not oxcood $5,000 nnd bo ou uutil 500 is rcqulrod for onpital stook of 1,000,000 or ovor. Tho corporation whicli proaontod tho articlcs of associatiou roprosoutod 1,500,000 cnpitnl stook, nud tho doputy Beorotary of Stato, Josso A. Harvoy, askod for tho 500 roquirod for llling tho pnpors. Uiiou iuvostigatlug Aot l'j, Hoctiou or tno Aots oi laya, a holo waa fouud iu tho law for that Boction ronds ns follows: "Wliouovor artiolos of nssoointiou nro trnUBmitted to tho Bocrotary of State, undor pro- vlsious ot olmptor ouo iiunuroa sixty ilvo, Vermont Stntutes, tlioro shall bo trnusmittod thorowith for tho uso of tho Stato tho snm of" oto. Tho niiBtako was mndo iu tliis olnuso iu tho roforouco to tho chuptor in the Vormout Stntutes, for ono hundrod sixty-fivo rofors to oorpor.itiouB but uot to rnilway corporntions thoro boing a Bpooial olmptor, ouo hnndrod sixty Hovon, whioh deals with such corporn ionB. Mr. Harvoy thon roforrod tho mat tor to tho seorotary of Stato. F. G. Flootwood, of Morrisville, and, upon iuvostigatiou, Mr. Flootwood fouud that iu cousoquenoo of tho holo iu tho law ho oould uot colloot tho sum for flliug the pnpors aud tho papors woro illod without tho rogulnr pny uiout. xjsir if. is. o.r. IjOdgh. A now lodgo of tho Now Englnud Ordor of Proteotiou hns boeu orgauizod nt Gruultovillo. It hns boon nnmod "Sumuiit Lodge" aud ptnrtB with bright prospects. Twelvo onndidntcs will be initiatod at tho meeting ou Fridny ovouing, tho dogrco toam of the Barro lodgo doing tho work. Lctter to deo. M. Smlth. Moutpolior, Vt. DenrSir: It; it took 10 gallous to paiut your houso last tiiuo with somo body olso's paiut, nud takos 8 with Devoe, wo Bave you 8 or 10 j for paiutiug costB two or throo times ns mnch as paiut. Mr. Ezrn Rathmoll, Williamsport, Pn., nlwnyp used 11 gallous of inixod paiut for Iub houso; Dovoo took 0. But that isu'tull; thnt's ouly flrst cost; how loug will it woar? Tho paiut, that goes furthest iu cov oring, woars bost too. All paiut, truo paint, aud t'nll-inoas-ure, nro on ouo Bido; pnrt paiut, fnlso jiniut, aud Bhort-meuBuro aro on tho othor. What oau you exiieot? Yours truly, F. W. Devoo & Oo. 22 P. S. Abbot & Bailoy soll our paint. 11 UKIjINGTOX N12XT. Tho Grand Lodge Kuights of Pyth ias olosod at Barro ou Tliursdny nftor uoon nftoruoon ntter a succossful ses siou. Burlington was choson us tho placo of meeting for uoxt year. liAlh FOR IJlt. llAliKNESS. Au effort was niado on Fridny to bo curo bail lorDr. Harknossthrough tho medium of tho Amoricuu Fidolity Oom pauy, of tliis oitv, but failed for two reasous. Tho quostiou was raieed as to whothor the oompauy was author ized 'uudor its ohartor aud our stntnteB to go boudfi for a persoii chargod with a orime. Bosides thnt, somo of tho di roctors woro not suro thnt tho kind of businoss wns ouo in which thov cnrod to vouturo, thongh in tliis pariiculnr iustanco bu&iuesH mou stood ready to baok tho oompauy iu tho mattor of bouds, so thnt loss would havo boou inipossible. A Policeman's Testimony. J. N. Pattorsou, uight policemau of Nashua, In., writos, "Last winter I had a bnd cold on my luugs nud tried at loast half dozou advortised cough nicdioinos aud had troatmeut from two physioiaus without gettiug nuy bouo llt. A friend recommonded Foloy'B Houoy nud Tnr nud two-thirdB of a bottlo ourod uie. I cousidor it tl(o grcatest cough aud luug modicino iu tlio world." Sold by Hurry A. Slade. GltANLTE uUAN'S FUXlUiAL. Tho fuuoral of Aloxnndor Oruiok shank, a mouibor of tho flrm of Iunos & Uruickshauk of Barro, who diod Sopt. 22, was hold from tho Prosby terlau ohuroh in thnt oity ou Friday aftornoou at 0 o'olook. Most of the stouo outtiuc; nlauts of tho oity Hhut down as a mark of respeot to tlio mom- --? ii. . .i i i . .. i . . . i . ury ul vuu uuuuubuu nuu iuu unuruii wns fllled to its cnpnoity. Uourt Granito Oity, Foresters of Aniorica, Graulto Lodgo, No. 85, F. aud A. M., St. Aldormar oommaudory, No. 11, Kuights Toniplar, of whioh Mr. Oruiokshank was n momber, attondod, Thoro woro nlso dologntions pronont from tho Barro Manufaoturors' Assooi ation aud tho omployeos of Inuos & OrniokBhauk. Tho Rov. T. H. Mitoholl, pastor of tho church, oflloiatod, assistod by tho Rev. Dr. Todd of Quiuoy, Mass. Tlio ProBbytoriau ohoir sung sovoral Baleo tious. Tho boarorB woro Goorgo B. Miluo nnd Jnmos WilBon, ropreBonting tno oommnudory, Willinm Stunrt 'nud A. M. Onrl, reproaontiug Grnnito Lodgo, nud Willinm aud Jnmca Roid, ropreBonting tho Forostors of Amorion. Tho iutormout wns in Elmwood ooiuo tory, tho Masonlc ordor liavlug olinrgo of tho arrnugomoutB. KXIOHTS IN 11AHUE. About ono hundred grand lodgo uiombors wnro prosont nt tho Grand Lodgo of Vermont K.P.at Barro Tliurs dny. Tho flrst Bossiou was cnllqd nt 11 o'clook nud thn niorning hour wns dovotod to couforring tho Grand Lodgo rank ou twonty post oluuicol lors. Iu tho nftoruoon rogulnr busi noss wns tnlion up and latoi iu tho day tho following oillcurs woro olecbtetl: Grand ohniicollor, P. J. Oowles, St. Johusbnry j grand vico-olinnoollor, U. W. Brown, Barton Landing; grand prolato, G. VV. ICnox, of Groton; grand kooper of records nnd soal, O. F, O Tiukur, St. Johnsbury ; grand mastor of oxohcquor, F. Y. Booth, Essex Junotion; grand mastor nt arms, M. B. Ladd, Island Poud; grand innor gnard, II. H. Rosonbnrg, Burlington; grnnd outor gunrd, S. R. Boright, Richford. Thoro woro two cnndidatos for Btipromo roiiresoutnlive, 0. K. Tylor of Burlingtou winning ovor Gcorgo M. Rowoll, mouibor of Monuniout Lodgo of Bonniugtou but n rcsidout of Burlington. NU ir HA1L UOAl). Artiolos of associiitiou havo rocently Ijeon illod at tho olllco of tho seorotary of Stato for n now railroad corporn tion, to bo 1; now n as tho Burlington & Sonthoastorii Rnilway Oompauy, with n cnpital stook of 1,500,000, dividod iuto 15,000 Bharoa of ouo hundrod dol lars each. The railroad with its spurs and brnuchcs shall bo 150 milos in longth nud to bo built from somo poiut ou Mnllutt's Bay in tho town of Colohoa tor thronch tho towns of Colchester aud Esbox, the city of Burlington, tho towns of South Burlington, Williston, Sholburno, St. Georgo, Hinesburg!), Monkton, Starksboro, Bristol, Lin coln, Middlebury, Ripton, Hancock, Goshen, Ohittoudon, Pittsfield, Roch ester, Bothol, Stockbridgo, Sholburno, Bnrnnrd, Bridgewater, Woodstook, Roadiui;. Hartlnud, West Wiudsor, I and Wiudsor, all iu tho couutios of Chittenden, Addisou, Rutland aud Windsor, to tho. villago of Wiudsor in tho county of Wiudsor, iuoludiug spurs or brauchos to Queou Oity Pnrk, Shelburne Lnko aud such othor placos as tho publio couveuiouco may ro quire. Tho names aud placos of rosidonco of the direotors of the couipauy who shall niauage its nffairs for tho flrst yoar nud uutil othors nro choson nro ns follows : Leinuel S. Drow, South Burlington, Edmuud u. Mowor, Bur lington, Frnnk O. Sinclair, Burling ton, Robert Avory, borough of Brook lvu, oity of Now York, nud Dauiel Putrick, Hinesburgh. Tho priucipal oilice is to uo locatod in Burlingtou. Tho names of tlio subscribors with plaoes of rosidonco aro ns follows: Robort Avory, Brooklyn, N. Y., Dnu el Patrick, Hariison W. Piorco, Wil linni O. Tmpp, Thos. E. Douahuo, Frauk L. Androws nud Snmuel D. Rood of Hinosburgh, Joliu S. Patrick, Edmuud O. Mowor, Frauk O. Siu olair, Potor Sheeran, Horatio N. Loaoh, Audrow MoGnU'oy, Archibald J. Tnylor, Roy L. Patrick, Elbridgo S. Adsit, Jnmos A. Kolloy, Willinm II. Buckloy, Vnn A. Nyo, Honry II. Ilagnr, Arthur G. MnuBnr, Fred W. Ooldou nud Oassius R. Peck nll of Burlingtou, aud Lemuol S. Drow nnd Honry H. Hough of South Burlington. I) UK1S IN MONTl'lSLl Ell. Tho Duko of Kout Priuco Edward, nt tho timo iu questiou wns n bou of Georgo tho Third, nud dostinod to be tho father of Qnoon Victoria. Hiu call nt tho town buddiug iu tho wild orness wns in tho wiuter of 1701, on tho occnsiou of his passago through tho couutry from Moutroal to Bostou. Ool. Davis hnd just completod nud moved iuto tho flrst frnmod houso of tho town.to which roforouco lias boon mndo, nud nrriving horo late in tho day tlio priuoe and his suit put up with tho colonol. Iu his history of Moutpolior, Dauiel P. Thoinpsoii oharactorises tho priuco, if tho storios rospectiug his mnuuor of lifo woro to bo belioved, as n "truo chip of tho old basswood blook, " liioauiug by this torm tho "bigotod nnd muddy braiuod Goorgo tho Third." Cousidoriug tho thon rocont experi oucos of liis royal patornal pareut with tho inhabitauts ot tliis region, a mau of the priuco's uaturo oould hardly be expootod to iutrust himsolf uuresorvodly to tho hospitality of poo ple whom ho had boon wont to rogard as snvages. So ho brought nloug from Onunda a military guard to protoot hinisolf from violouco ornssassination, aud providod Bovoral "tastors" to ox amiuo, tasto aud ont a part of all food proparod for him beforo his prinoely Btoinaoh shonld essay its digostiou. Oolouol Davis renbonod with his suBpioious guest, eiilighteued him ns to tho truo chnraotor of tho peoplo nmong whom ho wns journoyiug, nud so ronssnrod tho priuco that ho dis missed his'gunrds, aud iu bottor spir its rcsumod his travels. Louving Moiitjielier hifi noxt stop was for diunor at Judgo Paino's, in Williamstown. Horo, tho uarrativo ruus, ho bogau to bo hiinstlf agaiu, aud rosumed his ohatty nud facotiouB ways.Addrossiug Mrs. Paiuo lio said,"I suppose, Madam, you horo uovor road auythiug but your Biblo aud Psalm Book?" "O, yos wn do," was tho qaiokroply; "wonro all quito fn nilliar with tho writiugs of ono Peter Piudar. " Thoso who hnve road, ob boivos Thompsdii, tho Bcoroliing BatiroH of Piudnr on tho fnmily of tho ruyal Goorges, will approointo tho keon noss of tho Indy's rotort. Thouipsou tolls anothor iucidout iu the priuco's progress, whioli mny boi truo, or it may bo Komowhat upoory plial. Ho had becomo quito at his oastt nud was as inuch hiniBolf as ho uiight havo boon iu a tour amnng tho peaHnntry of Englnud. Stopping at tlio houso of n Bhoomnkor ou the road for somo purposo, he romaiuud awhilo, nnd stoppiug up to the Bhoo makor'B wifo ho kissod lior. Tho womau showod lior rcsontiuont of tho rudouoBB, whioh tho priuco sought to sootho by saying, "O, liovor miud it; you can toll your iooplo you linvo hnd tho houor of boing kissod by n Brltish priuco." "O, uovor miud,'1 rotortod tho husband, kioking tho "royal pup py" out of tho Iiouboj "O, uovor miud, slr; you cnu now go homo nud toll your pooplo you havo hnd tho houor of boing kioked out of doors by a Ynukoo oobblor, " MAltQUIS DE LAFAYETTE. Tlio brou.o tnblot, plncod on tho outor wnll of tho Pnvilion by Lnfay otto Olmptor, Dnughcors of tho Amor icau Rovohition, to coniniouioratc tlio vlslt of Gon. Lnfnyottb to" tliis nty in 1825, wns unvoilod with slniplo but oxtromoly iiitoresting ccromonlcs on Sopt. 21 Tho tnblot, n vory nttrnct ivo ornntion of bronzo bonriug tho iu-Boriptiou. MAIKJU1S DE LAFAYIiTTE I'ASSEI) TIIEN1GI1T OF JUNE 28tli 1825 IN TID3 OLD TAVIL10N WHIOH STOOD HEItE THIS TAIIIjHT 13 EKECTED Y THE MAltQUIS DE LAFAYETTE (UIAl'TEU DAUOHTEItS OF THE AMICUK'AN i R13VOLUTION 1003 It wns plnced on the right of tho mnin ontranco to tho Pnvilion, nnd covored with drapery to which waa attnnhod n snmll Fronch llag The nicmborB of Lafayotto ciiaptor with thcir hmbandsand a fow friends met in tho parlors of tho Pnvilion nt 2 o'olock ns tho guests of Mrs. Frnnk A. Admus nnd tho prinoipal part of tlio dny'B ptognni wns cnrriod out tlioro. Tho parlors woro bonutifully doco riitod with Amuricnn llags, forus, red poppies nnd sweet poa blossoms, tho tri-color of Frauco boing ttndor tho i red, whito and blne whicli was ' drapod abovo tho place ocoupiod by ' tho Bpoakors. Tho guests woro re- j colved by Mrs. Adnuis and Mrs. W. ! A. Briggs, rcgont of Lnfnyetto Ohnp- I tor. Mrs. Briggs presided nnd nfter n short soasou of Booial iutercourBo tho program wns bcguu with prnyor by tho chnplnin, Rov. A. N. Lowis. Mrs. E. E. Bninforth of Wntorbury i followod with n song nud then Rov. ! M.r. Lewis dolivorod tho historicnl nddroHS of tho dny, Mr. Lowis took ns liis subject tho "Lifo nnd Sorvices ! of Lnfnyotto. " Ho Bpoko espeoinlly of tho great Frouchmau's survicos to Amorica iu the struggle for froedom from the niothor country and of hiB last visit to tho Uuited States. Ho told n very iutorestiug story of Lafay otto's visit to Moutpolior, rolnting mnny iucidouts of that oventful occa Biou. This was followod by a cornot Bolo by Knrl Forsnll, nnd thon tho ohnirmnu iutroduced Hon. Joseph A. DeBoor. Mr. DoBoor's remnrks dealt with thoso charnotoriBtics of Lafayotto which ontitlod him not morely to tho gratoful rcuiombrauco of Frauco aud of Amerioa, but ot tho v.holo civilizod world. IIo emphasized liis solf-sncri-flr.o, his love of trath, his flght for coustitutioual liborty, his loyalty to Washington nud tlio porsistoncy with whioh ho ndhbrod through great and drastio trials to his idoals. Mr. Do Boor reforrod happily to tho iiresouco ou this occasiou of ouo of tho girls of Moutpolior, wh wnlcomed Lafayetto on his visit horo and closod with tliis word to tho ohaptor: "As a queou of Frauco, Mario Autoinette urged La fayotte to his uoblo tnsks; so you, Dnnghtors' of tho Rovolutiou in which ho sorvod nnd Quoons of Vermont, do woll to rccord horo iu onduriug brouzo tho memory of hiB cliaractor, his wis dom nud his sorvico." Among thoso prescnt was Mrs. Sarah L. Hyde of Miis oity, who ns a little girl wns ouo of thoso selected to welcomo tho great man to Montpelier. Tho program closed with nnnthor Boug by Mrs. Bnmforth nud theu thoso prosont formod iu a coluuiu of tw6s, nnd, undor escort of Sergeaut Souter with four mou from Company H, marclied to tho vorauda wlioro tho ooremouy of uuveiling wns perforrnod. Tliis wns vory Bimple, Mrs. Briggs re moving tho covoring nnd tho coui pauy singiug Aniorica, accompauied by Mr. Forsoll. ANEODOTE OF LAFAYETTE. Coruwnllis at ono time formod a plau to Burpriso Lafayetto whilo ou tho samo sido of tho Jnmos river with himsolf, but tho uttompt wns proveut od by tho following iucidout: Tho Marquis, uuapprisod of tho partionlnr situntiou of his opponout coutrived to soud into his oamp n spy to obtniu iutolligonco. A soldier belongiug to Now Jorsey, by tho uamo of Olmrlea I Morgnu, gynorally callod Oharloy, agrood to undertako this hazardous sorvico, but iusistod "tlint iu caso he shonld bo disoovored nud huuged, tho j Marquis, to Beouro Morgau's roputa- 1 tion, sliould havo it iusortod iu tho . Now Jersoy papors thnt he wiib ora, ployed in tho Borvico of his ooinmau dor. Hnviug renched tho royal oamp Mor was soou iutroduced iuto his Lord Bhip's presouoo, who inquirqd tho reason of his desorting. Oharloy re plied, that tho had boeu in tho conti uoutal borvico from tho begiuuiug, nud whilo uudor Washington ho was woll satisilod; but now, boitig commauded by a Fronohmaii, ho was disploased witli it, nlid had quitted tho Borvico. His Lorsdship coramondod and re wnrded him for liis coudnot, and Oharloy boou comniouood tho doublo duty of Boldior undor tlio EugliBh oommaudor aud spy in tlio omploy mout of tho Marquis, without Buspi oiou. Lord OornwalliB, whilo iu oou vorsation with sovornl of his oflicors, iuquirod of Oharloy how loug n timo it would tako tho Marquis to oroBS tlio Jnmos rivor. Pauslng a lnomout ho ropliod:v "Throe h6urs, my Lord." "Throo liourB," oxolniuiod hla Lord s,hlp, "it will tnko throo dnys." No my Lord," said Oharloy, "tho A nervous, irritablo motlior. ofton on tho vcrge of hysteries, 1b unflt to caro for chilrtren; it rums a cliild's disposition and reacts upon hersolf. Tho trouDlo between children and thcir niothera too often is due to tho fact that tho mother hns somo fcmulo woakness, and sho is entirely unflt to bear tho strain upon her nen es that govorning a child involves ; it is impossible for her to do anythinff calmly. Sho cannot help it, as her condition is due to sufimnfr and shattcred nerves caused by some dorangement of tho uterine system with backache, hoadache, and all kinds of pain, and sho ia on the verga of nervous prostration. "When a mother finds that she cannot bo calm and quiet with her children, sho may bo suro thnt her condition needs attention, and sho can not do bettnr than to tako Iij-diiv 13. Plnldiiim's Vcg-ctablo Conipountl. Tliis medicino will build up her system, strongthen her nerves, and enablo hor to calmly handlo a disobedient child without a scene. Tho children will soon realizo tho difforence, and seeing their mother quiet, will thcmselvos bocomo quiet. Mrs. May Brown, of Chlcago, III., says: and honor I potuul if you came. to you honor. Gratefully yours, Mlts. Mat Brown, 57 Grant Place, Chicago, I1L How Mrs. Pinkham Helped Mrs. McKinny. " Dhar Mns. PiXKriAsi : I feel it my duty to write and let you know tho good you and your Vegetablo Compound aro doing. 1 had boen sick ever sinoa my iirst baby was born, nnd at tho birth of my second, my doctor, as well as mysolf thought I Bhould never llvo thi'ough it. Aftor that menstruatlon nevcr camo regular, and when it camo I Butfered tcrribly. I also had womb and ovarian trouble. A friend of my husband's advlsed him to get Iij'dia B. Plnkliam's "VeRotablc Coinpound for me. At flrst I had no faith in it, but now nothin(y could inducc mo to bo without it. Menstruation h.is becomo ren-ular, and I fecl like a new woman. Your medicino is n God-send to suffer ing women. I hopo this letter will lead othors to try Lydla E. Pinklinii'fl Vegetablo Coinpound. Yours truly, Mns. Mildred McKixnv, 28 Poarl St., San Francisco, Cal." (March 10, 1001). w PREB MEDICAL ADVICE TO -WOMEN. If thero is niivtliinir in your case nbout which you would llko spcclal artvipc, wriio lreely to Mrs. Piiikliam. Address is Iynu, Mass. Her advice is free, and hor ndvice is always hclpf ul. (fCf5fifi FORFEIT If wo cannot fnrtliwlth proiluco tlie origlnal lotters and signaturei ot hl ll 18 1 abovo tcstinionlab, wlilch will profo ttielr abjolute conulnenoM VlgUUU Lydla 12. I'lnkhuiu Modlclue Col, Lyiin, Mau. Mnrquis hns suoh n numbor of bonts, and each boat will oarry so mauy mou ; if you will please to cnlculnte, you will find that he oau pass in throo liours. " His Lordship theu turuod to thoollicers nud said: "Tho scheme will uot do. " Aftor liaving obtaiuod tho inforina tion requirod, Morgnu bognu to jiro paro for roturn to tlio MarquiB, aud he prevailed with sovoral British sol diors to desott with him. When ohnllouged by tho soutinols, ho art fully tamporod with thom by giviug them rum, nud whilo driukiug ho seonred their nrms nnd thon uom polled them to go with him; nu this brnvo fellow notnnlly brought off sovou desorters to our oamp. Ou his roturn to liendqunrters, tho MnrquiB nccosted him with, "Well, Oharloy, havo .yoa got baok?" "Yos, ploaso your Exctillouoy, "wns his roply, "nud have brought bovou mon with ino. " Tho Marquis offored to roward him, but ho deoliuod rocoiving any nionoy, nud wheu it was proposod to promoto Mm to n corpornl, or ser geniit, ho replied : "I hnvo nbility to diBohnrgo tho dutios of u commou sol der, nud my oharactor stnuds fair, but Bhould 1 bo promoted, I may fail, nud loso my ropntntion. " Ho, liowover. requosted that his dostituto coiurades who uamo with liini might bo fur uishod witli bIioob nud clothiug, which of oourso wns rondlly grnntod. GEOMOE If. JjA 1VHON Georgo W. Lnwson of Bnrro town diod nt his homo ou tho Kn6t Mont polior road Thnrsday at 7 o'olook of hoart trouble. Ho wm Bovonty two years old nnd loaves a wifo nnd ouo bou, Ho wns a Mnson nnd wns n pAuunent Republicnu. A Love Letter. Would not intorost you if you'ro lookiug for n guarantood Salvo for Soros, Burus Qr Pilos. Otto Dodd, of Poudor, Mo., writoa: "I Bull'orod with nu ugly Boro for a yoar but n bos of Buokleu'a Arnioa Salvo oured uio. It'B tho befit Salvo ou oarth. 25o nt O. Blnkoly's Drug Btoro. Tired " Dear Mns. PiNKHAJt : ' Honor to whom honor is duo,' and you doscrve both the thanks oi tho mothors of Amencn whom you have so btesscoly noipoa nna iiencntcd. l nnvo iisrd TvVilin "R. 'Pinlfliniii's Voiro.f nli1f Pnm- whon I would fecl run-down, ntrvriua nnd irritablo, or havo nny of the aches aud pa'ns which but few women cscnpe, nnd I hae found that it rclieved mo at once and gave me new Btrength. Sevoral ladics, members of our Lit erary Union, spcak in tho highest praise of your Vegetablo Compound, as thoy havo been cured from sorious temalo troutileB. Une lauy, who thought sho must submit to an opera tion, was cured without usinf anything in tho world but Lydla E.Pinklu.m's Vofre tnblc Coinpound and Sanative Wash. You have hosts of friends in Chicairo, aud visit our city we would delight to do Betweou Sknguny nud St. Michael's, Alaskn, 1100 dogs nro kept by the postnl authoritieB for letter carrying. Monnrch ovor paiu. Burus, cuts, fipraius, stings. Instaut roliet. Dr, Thomas' Ecloctrio Oil, At any drug storo. Nearly nll the Bafoty nintches which nro safo agninst frictiou on Bnudpn por, stone, wood or brick'iguite read ily from n quick rub on glnss, "It wns nlniost a niirncle. Burdock Blood Uitters cured mo of n torrible brnakiug ont nll over tho body. I nm very grnteful." Miss Julia Fllbridge, West Coruwoll, Coun. To collect a dellar of cuBtoms costs a trillo moro than 3 ceuts, whilo the cost of collectiug n dollnr of iutornnl revonuo is n little loss thnn lf cents. Broke Into Hls'House. S. Lotuinn of Onvoudisl;, Vt., wns robbod of his custoinnry honlth by iu vnsiou of Ohrouio Oonstipatiou. Wnen Dr. King's New Lifo Pills broko iuto his houso, his troublo wns arested nud now ho's entirely cured. Thoy'ro gunranteed to curo. 25o at O. Blako ly'B Drug Storo. CITlr CO UliT. Iu oity court Friday tho oivil caso of tho Bowors' Grnnito Co., vb. Joliu O. Bail waij partially hoard nnd contin uod uutil Saturday uioruiug for com pletiou. The suit is for pay for gran ito stook furnishod the doiVndaut, amouuting ns the plaiutilf claims to about $25. A quostiou of tho stntute of liniitutious hnviug ruu lias boeu rnised by tlio dofendnut. Heatou & Thoinns for tho plniutitf aud Bailoy & Bniley for tho defoudnul:. A Cure for Dyspepsia. I had Dyspepsia iji its worst form nnd felt miBornblo most all of tho timo. Did not onjoy entiug uutil nftor I iiBed Kodol Dyspepsin Ouro whioh hns complotely ourod mo. Mrs. .W. W. Snylor, Hilliard, Pa. No uppotito, loss of Btrongth, uervousuoBS, head aoho, oonstipatiou, bnd broath, sour risiugs, indigeBtlou, dyspopsin, nud nll Btoinnoh troublos nro quiokly oured by tlio uso of Kodol. Kodol ropro Bonts the unturnl jnioes of digostiou combinod with tho grontost known touio nud roooiiBtructlvo propertios. It oloanBOS, puiiilos nud swootons tlie Btomnch. Sold by RivorsJBroa'.