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THE IHULISU'IOIS, YT., JP11IE 1 IUH. IHJDAY. JAMAKY 22. 3 8!-0.-TAKLYE PAGJBS.B
DEATH'S SUDDEN CALL,
SECRETARY BAYARD'S DAUGHTER
DIES OP HEART DISEASE.
All Itt-iKly nml Walling fur Hr nl the
I'li-Hiilctil'N Iteeepllon Tin) (lately
Mopped liy Hid SlarllliiK A inimi 1110
ini'iit nl' Hit Di-inlHit.
Wamiinotiin, iTmiunry 17. Mlt.s Kiitu
llnjniil ilied wiililenly itturilny iifter
liooii at lier home Slie was tweiity
cluht yr-iirs old. .Mls-i lhiyaril lnul. ac
cented an invitation to assist MibH
Clcvvluml at liur leei'iiUon Unit nfienioon
and that lady and liur nuest who Won; also
to asxNt al thy reception wore itwultitln
llss liayard'.M arrival wlit'ii tliey rcpelved
tlio news of her death. It was at Just I!:."
1). in. The reception was to bculn on the
hour This .Marine hand was .stationed in
the main ve.stilmle itinlUiij; iiroparalloiiH
for the opening. The president was en
Kiigod in conversation with a visitor In the
library mill .Ml.- Clevehind and ynests
were t hattlnn Willi (.Nil. ainont in the
pal lor, On the t-ceonil lloor prior to ascend
ing to the hlue room where the reception
was to take, place, the absence of .Miss
llayard was comnienti'd on as .singular, as
she was usually very prompt in such mat
ters and was momentarily expected to
arrive. While they were wnmluiini;
at her delay a messonner nrrived
from Secretary Bayard ' announcim;
to the president the sudden
demise of Miss H.iyard. The president was
much shucked, as were also the ladles
await ini? her pre.-enre. Orders were at
once issued to clo-e the house. The hand
was dismissed and the people In waiting,
unfilled that the reception had been
postponed. The news sprend quickly
through the city. A universal regret was
expressed. Tne president upon receipt 01
the news recalled the invitations to the
dinner, he had intended to uivc Monday
evening in honor of her and Mrs. Krastus
The immediate cause, of Miss
Bayard's death was heart disease.
She hud been troubled with a weak
ness of that orain and bad been
treated for it at intervals for feveral
years. Miss Bayard was iu extraordinar
ily Kood spirits at the reception at her
father's house Friday niulit. and retired
about 1 a. in., expressini; a wish to be left
undisturbed till noon. Between 1 and t!
o'clock Saturday afternoon when her
youiiKer sister endeavored to awaken her
bhe was dead. The physicians expressed
the opinion that Miss Bayard had been
dead several hours, when tho attempt
was made to awaken Her.
A I)UUNKi:' MURDKUIilt,
A Tipsy 1nllon- Shot Duiul by liiuliil
of his lloyliood.
1'ltoviHKXCE, .Tan. 17. In Woonsnckct,
just after midnight this morning, Mitchell
DelAige was shot m the back by one La-
coste, and so seriously injured that he died
this afternoon. Uekugo was "1 years old,
bad u wife and one child, and was u shoe
maker. He had been looking for work in
Woonsocket, and Saturday met Lacoste,
whom he had known as a boy. Lacoste
is S3 years old. and thouah formerly u real
dent in Woonsocket returned there Friday
last, after a sojourn West. Ho had been
drunk ever since his return. Tho two
spent the afternoon iu drinking and in
the evening went to a kitchen party at
the residence of Louis Degree where
liquor was served. After leaving here on
the way across the street Beliiige tripped
Lacoste witli bis toot. The young man
cried out shoot him and Lacosto drawin
u revolver tired three times, one shot
taking ellect in ids back, near the spinal
column, i-acosto is not yet caugni.
Death ofa Mialiciirurrau .Scholar. I
Bo.-roN', .Ian. 17. Ki-v. Henry Norman
Hudson, LL, I)., a will known Shakes- i
peareau scholar, died yi-lenhiy at his resi-!
deuce in Cambridge, aged TJ years. He
was born m iNiruwall, Vt , and graduated
from Middlebury college in Alter
graduation he made Shakespeare's plays
his all absorbing thought and made
out ids opinions of them, in
the form ol lectures which were
subsequently issued through the press and
were the foundation of the author's lame.
Tile cause of his death was throat trouble,
which developed into a tumor. On Satur
day the tumor was removed, but Dr. Hud
son had not enough vitality to rally alter
A T1I.T IN TltK UOUSli.
AVlio l'ooli I'ftohH at tlm Norfolk Juitvy
a nl Sliny.
Wasiiinutox, Jan. l.V -The resolution
ollered In the House by Representative
lloutelle of Maine inquiring Into the al
leged misconduct of the Norfolk navy
yard coinmniidniit came up lor considera
tion to-day. Wise id Virginia made a
speech denouncing tho lesolution and lin-
panning the motives of It mover, and ex
pressed the opinion that It should be
amended so as 'to allow a gi'iieral investi
gation into the conduct ol navy
yards. He urged lliat a meie newspaper
.Serious Itlinawaj' Aeelitilnt.
On Saturday afternoon, n party Just
stalling for an afternoon's coast In one of
Lane's double sleighs, was overturned by
the runner catching In the street car rail
at the corner of inooski iivotiue ami
Pearl street. The party was promiscuous
ly spilled and the horses with the front
bob started on a career of their own, run
ning down Pearl street and up Battery to
North street, then to North avenue, and
back to Battery street and Pearl street,
retracing their steps for home. As they
rounded St. Paul street corner they met a
single team containing Charles Barker, re
siding on iNoriu avenue nun a young iiiuy
i .A-ISTO EXTEBNAL
flMJ PURGATSVE Pl S
y3tJ 1 MAKE NEW, KICII BLOOD. J H Bala
The llol UnmWfftl VnmUj
Krninlf hftr hmmn.
DSrOVUUS -nliihthprin, m
china. Nourtlil:i. Khc u
rrmtlnm, Illeftllntf M thn
JUUlltfHt tlOamOIH PFJ, ill
iiuniiTii, lint "tin it uuugn, Krrnt
Whooulnif Couuti, tii&l
lied-, atl olhfr ll'mtdl for
CUUKB -Cfitnrrh, Choi.
ra MorbuH, liysrntcrv.
Ohrnn'o IXarrhrrn KM
Npy TroublrjH, ntnl t-ipiii.'il
DlHrrVRCH. In ii itr li ft
I, H JOJINBON At CO..
report was the loundntlon lor tne pro- nnini'd cerris, who hm's who r.. ooues rositlvcly euro hiok-headacite, niiionnncBii, nnd oil liver nd dowel compuinta, mala iiia.
iiiwi'i lomi t-v mil that , was unliocomilig on the same street, i ue i nreo noises
111 Congress to heed sllCbstoileS. Boll
telle vigorously defended Ids resolution.
He had been a'sured by a brother mem
ber that the publication was subslautially
correct, but if the story was without
foundation the navy department could
eusilv break the bubble.
Tlie rule forbidding the sale of splritous
liquor lu the restaurant was adopted by
the House committee.
I I'll .1. .Nh'hol.s'.s lOstiitc.
We, the sub'crlbPiH, liavlnfr lircn appointed
III the lloiiotiililc the 1'iolmtc t!oliit ior the
Inbuilt or chitti'iiili'ii, iimiml"loiii'i,M ton
i i Hi'. I'MOiilne anil mljilst tin' claims ami Ii -iiiiomIsoI
all prrsons amilust Hie i-tati' of
1 1 it .1. Nlrhol", lale ol IXscx, In sulil 1 s
trli't. ilcici'-ed, mill also all claims nml do
mutiils o.vlilhlicd In otlsi't tlieiiilo; ami m.
inoiilhs lioni the day ol tliedate licrol, bring
nllmved hysnlil Court lor that pilrpon-. wi do
tlietrloir hciijliy wlvo notlee Undue will lit
ti nil loliLii' hiishichsol our iiiioli,tmi nt, at,
the dwellimr ot .lay 1. N'IcIhiK In ald ills
trlet, on the llrst iIujm ol j'l lirimry nnd All
ifiist next, at Hio'ilork a. in., on each ol' said
D.ited tlil'jsth davnl Dr-ccmhcr, l9sn,
v. m. ii ijN ri, ;v. i .
tiih i'ki:mih:nt' ki:asnn.
ICi'imhlli'iiM si'tmtor Jlnst Kniiiv lliu
(,'iiuhi's nf Kioiioval
WAsiiiMiTON, Jan. Hi. The liepubli
can senators met iu caucus this morning
to compare views with regard lo the
Senate's right lo information as to the
president's reasons for making removals.
It was stated that inquiries addressed to
(he heads of departments by chairmen
of the committees remain unanswered.
No iorinal proposition was made and no
action taken. While there was a wide
variety or opinion with regard to the pro
priety of rai-liig a formal issue with the
administration, the majority thought
that should tlie iniormation sought not
be ultimately forthcoming, the Republi
cans will in Justice to the men who have
been suspended or removed, for supposed
cause, lie required to take some formal
action iu the Semite to secure tlie Informa
tion, or else the avowal ly the president
that he will not give his reasons.
Destitution Allium: .Miners.
FliANKMX.P.i., Jan. in. A large num
ber of miners in the Stoneboro coal Ileitis
are iu a terrible state of destitution, and
Hoveml families are on the verge of star
vation. Osvlng to tlie Introduction of nat
ural gas the Mercer Iron and Coal com
pany have lost a market for their produu
turn, and the miners have only been work
ing an average of two days a month. In
many instances children are without
slioes and have but one article of clothing
to protect them from the cold. Tlie
wretched houses iu which the miners live
are mere shells, and allord little protec
tion. Many of the men have large fami
lies, and are without the necessaries of
lite, and are dependent on chanty
Till: COLD .Sl'ULU
CoiillniK'il Accounts of tlio Freeze at tho
Advices from the Southern States con
tinue to report extensive damage to prop
erty from the recent almost unprecedent
ed cold. Tlie city of Mobile was for tlie
most part without gas on Tuesday night,
tlie meters being generally frozen, and
portions of the city without water from
the freezing of the water mains. The
oratu'o cron in that region, and all over
Louisiana and Florida is lost ; and there
have beun very heavy losses from the
freezing of cabbages and other vegetables.
The damage to the orange crop and trees
iu Florida is estimated, at a million dot
lars. In Arkansas and the Indian Terri
torv the storm is desc ribed as the most se
vere ever known. Cattle wandered for
miles, and numbers have been touud
fro.en, having been
fences. Streams wer.
coi ercil wit Ii snow.
A despafli iroin Waco, Texas, cays
The loss ol cattle i ill i' enormous, no
urovi-iou lia in.: !) ca m ide lor the eaie
of entile in thosf iiii-ak districts, which
are devoid ol everything except grass
All water oools ami streams throughout
the heavy i-Uth'-growing district ul the
State an- fro.en over hard, and to add to
the grautv id tlie situation a heavy snow
storm set iu Monday night, and Texas,
from the Sabine lo "the Rio Grande and
from the Red River, to tlie Hull, is covered
to a depth varying from two inches lo one
foot. Tliis will completely cover the
grass on the ranges, and, as no provision
checked by wire
Iro.en and ground
collided and Mr. Barker and Miss
Ferris were thrown violently, to
the ground, tlie iormer receiving
some severu onuses on tne neati.
M ss Ferris s back was badly Hurt, and
she was i it once returned to the residence
of Dr. Lund, who pronounced her injury
to be the result ol the tall. She was not
iu condition to be taken to her home yes
terday, though no serious lesults of her
'sudden overthrow are anticipated. Both
sleiiflm siillered comiiarativelv little in
jury, and tlie coasting party had Hie pleas
ure ol ruling to uieir coast oeiiiuu ,tne
same span of horses, alter all.
I'm I r .Hiiiiul'iii'tiirliiK Company.
The Porter Manufacturing company at
their annual meeting' made choice of tile
following directors: L. (!. Burnhani, W.
A. Ciombie, B. J. Derby, 1'. Johonnott,
Llias Lyman, 'I'. S. Peck, K. N. Poller, H.
F. Van Vleit. G. 1). Wright, and at a meet
ing of the directors the following olllcers
were elected: President. George I).
Wright; vice-president, hlins Lyiimu ;
secretary, . II. II. Conner; treasurer,
B. J. Derby; manager, B. F. Van leit.
Anolliur TuIiokkiiii Slide Assured.
Tlie gentlemen interested in the erection
of the proposed toboggan slide in the
ravine east of the postotllcc, met last
week and organized a company to bu
known as the ''Myrrhline 'loboggau Slide
company. Olllcers were elected as bil
lows : I'restiient, i.nas i.vinnn ; vice-
president, L. J. Smith ; clerk, G. L. La
onntain : directors. L. A. Drew, C. Iv
Miner, F. A. Ishani, Dr. J. C. Rulherloril,
L. C. Grant, C. . Brownell, Jr., J. J.
Knriglit: auditors, J. W. Russell, L. C.
Grant. At a subsequent meeting of the
directors it was voted to at once proceed
to the work of erecting tlie slide, and L.
A. Drew, L. J. Smith, C. W. Brownell,
Jr., were elected as an executive commit
llreukers Ahead fur Legislators.
IN. V. World.
Senator Kdmunds is of the opinion that
'whenever our wives, sisters and sweet
hearts come to believe that they can bet
ter serve society and themselves by exer
cising the suffrage and going inlo tho
political Held" man oy remaining its tney
are, lie will vote to let them do it. The
majority of other statesmen will doubt
less come to the same conclusion when
tliey ascertain that tlie greater portion of
Hie sex has converted itself into a lobby
ing inlluence. Life would ceiwe to have
charms for a man who was committed to
resist the movement thus supported. But
that time is not yet.
The Dog In the Manger Harks.
IN. Y. Graphic.
Dakota is a sturdy youngster and will
doubtless manage to squeeze in, hut tho
nmioritvof persons would prefer to see
her display more courtesy and less petu
llestoreil to l.lfr.
Later advices in relation to JohnS. Gil
lett of Malone who was reported to have
died from tlie ellects of self-administered
poison state Hint ho was restored to life
Wednesday morning by the aid of an
electric battery and artillclal brcatliin
A Great Illseo-ery.
.Mr. Wm.Tliom.i'. of Newton. la..s.ijs: "My
wile litis sei'ioiisl.v been alteeted Willi a coilh
lor twentj-lhi; leiu and tlu spiiinr liioio
M-ieioly than ccr ln-lnru. .-lie had used man'
remedies without lehef, ami being uwd to
tiy 111'. King's New Ill-cover), did sil, with
most cnitllyiiij; lesiills. Tim nrst liottlc le-
beved her ery tniieli. ami the second; bottle
has absolutely cured her. She has not had
uood health for thirty je.irs." Trial Unfiles
Tree at Iteniiiie .V I.owrej's Dnitf Store,
I .Hive si.e I. tm.
ULOOU 1'OISON, and Hkm Dleonsoii (ONE PILL A DOSEi. l'or rvmMi Complaint thciio Villa
havo no equal. ''I nnd them n valuable Cathartla and Uvrr Pill - Dr. T M Talmer. Montlocllo, Fia."
"In lay practice I uo no other. - J. Dennlson. M.D., DeWilt, Iowa " Sold overvn lure. .or ' sjnt tyr
mall lor eta. In stamp l. Valuable lulormatlon FHEE. I. 8. JOHNSON & CO., UOSTON, MASS.
It h a wi'll-knnwn fict that mod of tin-
Horo nml Cattlii I'mvtltr H'lM In Ilils coun
try H worthier; tli.it Slit rutin's Citmlitlun
row hi r n !it5Mitnei) vure aim t ry iiniiauic,
Nofhlntr nil Karth ulll liialtn licnft
litvliloi fclierldnn's Condition I'nw
ilir. 1 In.,., nn.i l.'jiMKKiiiliil Id earji nlnl of
loud. It Hill also positind.v preieiit. mid euro lloCliulirn, ctr 8n1ilriTviiorr.nrfjiit In n
MiiMrm a x-t. II r r- A 'l:unin niruisiiciiiii i.trn rati., tirn-oji mi i i
CrSSCKEN CHOLERA, 'Oircubnlnc. I.S.JoUNsuS cij.. I
few Words to those who Enjoy tlie most Essential part of a
Good Breakfast :
XotliiiiK" is more iniior:uit to lionlth f luui iniro Coll'co.
Nothing Kivi'S reaor rt'liol'to tired, avovii ou ciici'ics limn a cup
ol clHici'iii, lilc-iriviii'' t onee.
I5uv lli bcsl, ancl do not use elu'iip niiitiit ions, lor not niua is nioic
injurious to one's svsl cm (liuii poor Codec. AS yon value your
healtli do not use it when you can ad plantation grown Coll'ee
pure and lVesli roasttstl al our store.
We have In store at the present t line oxer tluee mm u hull tonsol hluli ttniile l.ollees, which
we sliiill sell at n discount ol ten per cent lroin iormer prices, ami snail emieiivor to kis ji
oiit'Kinilcs up to the pi't'tent Inch stamliird ol excellence.
"We liHVjii.st iinport,cl direct i'roni the Japan Tea Syndicate a
v chests ol" XOM'AUETIj TEA . packed in the PKUFKCTIO-X
'ICA OAX, whicli is tiietrade inark ol" the Janan Tea .Svudieate.
mil to those who apiu'eciiite a delicious run ofnurc tea. tliis leu
will please you, as it isa pun1, unadulterated, uncolored Japan Tea.
AVe sliiill also sell all ol'our old brands of first-class Teas oi'all
P. C. AIIIIUY,
er shown inthiseitv
sider quality and price.
A (irolinilloss Ilynalillto Searo. j
JJiav Yoisic, Jan. IT. Henorts were cir
culated here yesterday that n dynamiter
had blown up the residence of Cyrus W.
Field at Ardsley on tlie Hudson, creating
great consternation. Investigation show
ed its falseness, but there was ti bi ex
plosion of dynamite within a short dis
tance of tlie house which was lo be used
In blastiiiK in tho new aqueduct. Two
hundred and ilfty pounds of it were frozen
and stored iu an outhouse. Just lietore
13 o'clock tlie dynamite exploded with a
terrillc crush, A t;reat deal of damiiKe
was done, but no lives wore lost, us the
workmen had all irone awav. Window
panes were broken and some small barns
and outhouses demolished. No one
knows what caused the dynamite to ex
The shock was felt all over Westchester
County, hverybody thought It was an
earhquake. and a reiit many people got
out of bed. In some places tho houses
shook so as to knock down dishes and
make nlctures sway on the wall. Another
shock was exnected and a i?ood deal of
terror prevailed, but there was only the
one shock. Few people in tlie county
Know even now wnnt caused tne shock
The eartluiuake shocks al Isyaclc are now
The IteHpotiso of lliiiintntty.
WAslIIXliTOX, JAN. 17. Miss Clara liar
ton, President of theAinerican association
of Geneva, here, reports generous contri
butlons from local societies throughout the
country for the relief of suffering sick and
wounded .soldiers lu IJulirar a and bervi
from which countries tho auxiliary Hed
Cross association lately issued an appeal
A Now Tcilejiliiinu Company.
CllICAdo, Jan. 17. 1). K. Tripp, Prof,
Klisha Gray's attorney said, referring to the
new telephone compuuy incorporated ut
Sprlnnileld, yesterday : "It will be a Chi
ciie:o enternrlse with headnuartors here
ItH object is to protect Prof. Gray and
prosecute his case. The capital is $10
as been made for I'eediim, the death rate
unom: tlie slock will reach liinlitlul pro-
In (,'li.irlestown. rf. C. nearly seven hun
dred families, have had to be supplied
witli fuel by the relief board, thus pre
vent in: much suiierinu. uncasa ic;iko
Hav was frozen on Wednesday for(0 miles
At Jolitistown, Penn., a 111 year old boy
was frozen to death iu the snow storm
while, on his way to the house of a rela
tive. He had sunk lu tlie snow up to
The lite savi nit crews alone: the coast pass
ed through some very severe experiences
diirine: tlie storm. The wreck of thesteam-
lilp Hyllou Uasiie which louniiereu oir
'ire Island, is attributed in purt to tlie
intimities of ice which formed upon her
iecks. Her captain and crew started for
tlie shore iu boats and were rescued by a
A ne ce br due formed suddenly on
Wednesday lu tlie Niagara river below the
r.verv recommendation mililislied lu nr.tlse
ol Dr. .riiui . ciiwi i liter, as tne ure.u rem
edy inrC.iiiidi', I'olil. etc., etc., i iruaranteed
genuine liy t lie proirietors ol this womlcrlul
ineiucliie, watcu tor them In the Issues ol
t i s ii.iner. ursi e ir all druL'ists. Price
U.'ie.,5(le. and j 1.1KJ perliottle.
Dr. Man ai iinicrs eifetunie fins are super
lor as u lamlly phjsle. Sn: All diuirirists.
The lioily ol' Julius lUer was foil ml
liy ticlL'htei's live miles west ol hero Tuesday
morn, in ii terribly maiiKled condition. His
head and ince was smashed, so as to Iks hardly
'ceounl7.eil. and ninucroiis woiimla were f omul
on hit! body. Mr. Hticr was HL-ent I or tho meat
nlood medielnc. Siilphur Hitlers. Itobbery
was undoubtedly the mot ve. us ho was wc
known to have a hiriru sum ol money on his
person. As we isn to press there Is no clew to
the perpetratoi'H. toloi into I'imi,
Tin: TmiEi: Oirrr.KT.s ot dise.tso are the
bowels, the skin ami the kidneys, Itcirultltc
uieir action witn me uest nui uyiim' tome
lliirdock lilood Hitters.
Charget Agitlnit u ltoienuo Oiittor.
Piiovincktown, Mnss., Jon. 15. Capt.
G. W. Merrill of the bcliooner George
Nevlnger, which wits wrecked last week,
makes serious charges against tlio ofllcern
of tho revenue cutter GttlliiUu. Capt.
Merrill states that during tho heavy galo In
which hcus were sweeping oyer the schoon
er so that the crew were obliged to take
to the rigging, for four hours thoy blew
distress signnlH. Although they could see
the Gallutln during all that timo within n
mile and a half, no notice, wan taken of
their situation. The Nevlnger llnnlly got
a line from the masthead to tho nhore and
tho crow were rescued.
Appropriation for Unl Huston
WAsiusfiToK, Jau. 15. The House com
inittee on rivers and harbors yesterday re
solved to limit the total amount of appro
bations for iinnrovlmr rivers and I
bors, to eleven nullum dollars, tne com
mittee considered the subject of improv
lug the harbors 01 itncKianu nun .mico,
Me., Portsmouth, N. II., and Hiirlingum,
Vt. The sums recommended for appro
priation will iu no case be made public
belore the report ol tlie bill.
A 1'eniiMj lvanla Oittriico.
IdUONMlII!, Pa., Jan. l.V Hot ween 1 aud
'J this inoruiiig threu masked men appear
ed ut the hoiiseof Samuel llobinsou who re
shies four miles south of hero and demand
ed admittance. I'non being refused tliev
shot several times through the windows
and na v forced a way lu by breaking
the door down. They then demanded his
money which thev sunnosed was conceal
ed in tho house, Itoblnson told them ho
had nothing, whereupon they attacked
him with clubs and olmlr.s and beat him
till ho wils) insensible. The villains then
ransacked tho house from cellar to nttic
but secured noth nir and left In disgust.
Itoblnson is still unconscious uud will
A Heartless Vlinn.
UovKit, N. H., Jan. IS. Tuesday night
last, Willie, the flve-yeur-old son of Frank
Follett, whs found famishing in the street.
He said his step-mother had kicked him
out of doors. 'When about to bq urrested
the woman promised to do better. The
child wits found to-night on tho streots
again with his face and bend covered with
cuta which ho mys his step-mother In
flicted with a club. Ho was taken to tho
stution where he was taken care of. Tho
child shows conclusive proof of most
shocking treatment. Tho parents will bo
arrested nnd tried.
Fanners Afc Mechanic Savinurs
Institutions Ai Trust Co.
A Special meetlnir of tlie Stockholders
this company will be held at the .Merchants
National iiiinic. on i iiuiv uv. January ss. iss.
at 10 o'clock u. m , to seo It they will aiithorlro
tne 1 1 usiuefl to riiiuee t ne i tiiiua mock ot
bar- sulil ( imipaiiv to not less than tweuty-nv
V. w. WOOimorSK, Treasurer,
Ilurllngton, Dec. SO, hss.-,.
Jt v,l. AS) .
U ' V-.-.7
Jacob Ijiiw.on's Kstute.
STATU (r VHIt.MOXT. I To nil nr-r-r,n
PIsniKT or cmnv..NHKN. i eiineeiiind lu tho
c-tnti' ol .lucob Liiwon's, lateol lolcliester
111 s.liil District, lleceased,
At a Probate ('unit, liolden at Iluilltnrtoti,
within and lor tho DL-tilct ol' ('hltteiuleii, on
the Pith day ol.tan., ls.-n, an liiti uini iit,iiir
portliiK'to be the lnt will ami Ustaiiient of
.lncob lirtw.on, laic ol Colchester In said
district, deceased, was presented to the I mirt
aloiesald, lor Probate, and it Is urileied 1
said eoiiit lliat the. Mil day ol rchi'iiar,
Issil, at the l'lobalo Couit rooms in
said inirlliiiiton be assigned for provinif
said Instriliiieiit I and that notice tla ieid
be gbeii to all h;isoiis conect ncil, by liuli.
Ilshing this older tlnce weeks siicei ssfM.ly
in the lliirlliiirlon Free Press, a newspaper
I printed at said Hill llimtoii, preiloiis to the
Tlieicl'oro Jon are lieieby notillcd to iippi ar
belore sum coui t. at the time and place alon -said
nnd eonte-t tlie piobate id said will, It
J on hae cause.
Chen under mv haml at iluillmrton, In .aid
district, this l:ith day ol .liinmiry. Issil.
tii:i). W. WAI.i:S. llegNter.
Laura liiunsoii's Instate.
Gannetl Fruits anti TeptaWes
and we can please you all if you will eon-
Table Luxuries and Staple Groceries of all kinds.
Our Motto: BEST QUALITY, HONEST QUANTITY.
ROBERTS Sc 31JRlvITN
STATU OK VKIIMONT. I The
liiSTiuiT ol' clim'KNIiKN.KS. I ble the
roiirt lor the District ol I'hittemlen.
To nil persons interested In the estate of
l.iium Unmstin, lati: ol' lluntinmon, hi said
district deiensed, (liuiKTi.s'o :
Whereiw, said court hiiasl(rned the 4th day
ol reoruiirj, 13-1,, iie.xi toi'iiie si 11 lemeniiii
the Uxeeutoi's aecoiint. and lorn decree
ol t lie residiioof said estate to tlielcifiilees and
divisccs ol said deeeased.aud ordered that pub
lic notice thereof be irlycn to all persons
Interested lu said estate by piibllshinir this or
der three weeks successively picvious to tho
day assiirncd. In the lliirlluirton l iee Press,
1 printed ill lliirlinifton, iu said district.
1 Tlieielore you are lieieby notilled to appear
1 at the Probate I'oint rooms In Iliirllngton, on
the day nssiifned. then and there to contest
the iill'owanee ol snid necolint 11 on see cause,
1 ami to I'stiibli-h our right as heirs, legatees
and lawful claimants id said residue.
' (liven under my hand, this 1:1th day of
1 January 1-nS. (1 UO. W. WW LKS, ltcgistcr.
Our Entire Stock of
Coal and Wood Heating Stoves
"Will he sold at cost l'or the
next thirty days, owiiij; to
the lateness oi' the .season.
A rare chance at our stoi k is
always one of the largest and
host in the county.
1 1 '2 Chure.il Street.
Read & Patrick
Jan. 11. issfl. MiM&wS
WAR IS DECLARED !
The Globe Clothing House
"00 ds at
Kefuses to accept terms and will sell
that "will defy competition. We
OYKECOATS and SUITS
Which wc will not carrv over until next season, no
matter how great a sacrifice we have to make to
dispose of them.
TVOAV IS rXl-0 TI3J
for those who have not purchased their Winter Cloth
ing to buy, tor we will make the most astonishing
markdown in prices ever attempted in Burlington.
SATISFACTION GUAKAXTKEI) Oil MOXHY ltHKUJKI.
D. M. MILES & CO.
T. S. PECK,
' No Small Pox !
AND AV13 CAN AFFOltD-
All Bilious Complaints.
Tbiif ue perfectly ufs to Uie. balnfl rtniLT
tiotuau nnd pnpul vUJi tti grutoit am
Irora tho beit drugs. ThtT rtlloTO the tuBmr
M once, bjr carrying on nil Imimrlllei thruugh.
ui wwai. All uruiiguu. aoottJVu.r
K FERRETt, Agt.,372 Pearl at., N. Y
Our expenses are so much
less than those of other
Everything Now at 160 CollegeSt.
POPE & PKASE.
Hut lots of HOOTS nml SIIOI'.S nt Pmllle's
Shoo Stoiv nml at nrlci's that ilufy eonipc
tltion. K,nllei Goods
Hiivi- lulvimri'il In prlcu in other liliices, but I
.-liull m'II tor tlio sunn' low prion lis liist
yeur, I liuvo Hulibi'iu of all llml
I witrniut to outwear two pairs
of any common irrinlcs anil
cost only n tnllo moix',
, 1 inn ecllliiB our Lailles' nnrt Gent's
$3 Sloe for $2.50
Anil other kooiIs in llkn prnporlloiiiil
G. H. SMILIE.
Ocet MONEY WANTED
TO LOAKon FIIIST-CLA38 fmprorfil 11KAI.
ESTATE SKCUHITV ot eight per cent. Net
W. V. Lippincott, Jr.,
Real Estates Loan Broker,
KANSAS CITY, MO,
Correspondence solicited; prompt anil ac
curate Information furnished.
Send for circular cnnlutnintr list ot eastern
CWMentlou this paor.
FUEK TO F.A.M. Fin Cotort.l F6crfirtDe ef lh
UI4 but Tftvtn la rkllAJairt1 " wo lea lb nril
-lodft In N, Aixwrtc urtisi nd haU. At
rnZi lih tMtiom rrlc. A'i tffrr ct ftr Im
hLmlDai.td V. A. M. UKMIXNO A CO
PER NET GUARANTEED I
Losses Promptly Adjusted and
Special Facilities for Placing Insurance
for Other Agents.
Has been sold in Burlington
fifteen years and does not
need a new name every
Sold in IJurlhinton by
George I. Hagar.