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TITE BURLINGTON FREE TRESS: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1890.
3 "WOSLVN AND JIOAIE. &(JGC.rSTION3 TO MOTHERS ON THE PUNISHMENT OF GIRLS. ir YihU r.irl n Itmntcltrepcrs Tlio I imiIiIiik Kstlnmtcs of Time Kulo fur MnMii-.: Jtilly What Cmisll tiit'nn Sensible Wtimnit. "Will j mi allow 1110 to mnfce .a sustgcs te iii 1 r"-r ii-il to tho question of ptinlsli r. v.i r-.isul by tliu mother of two tliiugli t 11 if i." 'liid il "If ."inn? airls of this iro rutinot bo jiinii 1 .. X without fcovuri imulKlitiioiit it is , it llmt 1 hero him bi'eu t-onio MiriotiH ) 1 ,.c in their training. Girls of this ik -o him nhl never iibciI to bo mnUlieii at nil N m ii is not their fmilt. pt-rluips 11 ' ' a ir mother' fault that they hnvo 7icM 1 u nshtly trained. Still It setraut to hi il 11 "in' defect, of judgment 011 tho 1 it 1. minii If she. has not been ablo to t nli lr 1 dttimlitunt obeliuiico in their ,ri I ilmoci he cannot hope to do so j n h sot it and mortifying punishment, rf 1 t 11 ! to wound, exciteaml exanponrta ji j . I unisilive girl, and perhaps aim. te hi r from her mother for life. An otl 1- 'i'.-i i" of f ueh a course is that it in . a." le very faults you most ucecl to c wl !iulni"-s, violent" pat-sloli and u 1' t t t. to rekiliuto. I recall a most in t '-i tif. . ironjt of personal experience Ii,, ,1 pi reiiulnniHt, who found that the or j, ik .f c oiLihiitivenesa and ilestruetivcness 1 nl 1 almnnnally developed in tho lii "us of children who were punished by V . ) ! n : I i.ould liaro a s-erlous, but Kentle and nf'ect nut eonverftition with my daiiKh t rs, I'Wi. m frankly my own dellciencies; t'len wl"! 1 avoiding everything llko noon 1 tdf si renyth and will, let any lhifrraut f iH mh-'i n flat disobeilieuro be always ll nved bv the loss of some pleasure, let t t lie certainty of punishment, nnd not 1' venU.be the prilu iphi to follow out. If 11 is t,j-,tem, followed for a year with jmtt uce, linuiility and gentleness, pro il ii a ll" ' ood result 1 sdiould then resign TiiM-cu ti the belief that I was deficient in fie fi.,ili'.is which make a good dibciplin iirnn, aT d should endeavor by sympathy iii'J t mli rm s at least to retain my chil dren'., alfection, hopinf; that they would t icm-,ehes correct thoir faults us wisdom txruc m 1 1 11 3 ears." Indies' Home Journal. Sinv Turk Girls Am Omul Itousetieeper.s. I) .ij.rri'itendcnt of probably thclnrR- frocirv store in New York remarked :u 'be course of n short talk that, it was f.'n 1 time, for the newspapers to cpiit their m" jokls loneorniui; the ignorance, of "New irk girls about cookiuif. "Nonews- I nrrriTi rtei. 'he wiid with a Rood deal ' 'i pi axis, "knows as much about it as I i (li r pi, tee here is located uunr Central j arl; n r ' ilth avenue and near Uroail v iy are in tlie verv middle of tbo ri iu'.t and most aristocratic suction of tho Ci'j ui.d it l" here that j;irls of wealth and pi "-'l 111 fli ik in trreatcr numbers than where tNc except the opera. I have m it-he 1 tlmm for ftolni; on twenty years and i bsi rved them closely. I lvive seen II ti iuui -Hyiy in with their mothers Ml u tb v wen1 15, and I have known tu n to i' "ic their children in with them t il V-as la'er. I mi' k'.own many hundred society f,ii-' t ,111. rry and take up houbckeeiiitiK 1 ' 1 few weeks, and I tell you now 1 i di pite the newspaper wits and the a iv 1 f people who write about things of vine. 1 they know nothing the number of iv Yi rk girls who are failures ah hotise- 1 orr- is iniiuitcsimal compared to the 3 1 1 bi r who succeed. 1 .should like to Jv ' , tin way. the reason lor assuming 1 ii .t ,1 .rl i, a failure as a housekeeper be c 11 she happens to be high spirited, ' v r ' 1 mous and interesting. Those, j i- 1 . .ties that shine in housekeeping ius i t ' v iiks of life, and American girls ! .' up to tho eyes withthem. Don't 1 1 ew York World. iti?l to l.p Observnl In -Unking Jelly. ll i -i bag prepared of eoare linen, ii. ,j'' to di .ii towel crash, or whito 1 n r porcelain kettle. v ii re instead of weigh the juice, X jtl-e A or granulated sugar. c m. nb a few pounds at ouo time, to In H t 11 1 h done, u sti tidy fire, t commences to boil skim off all 1 1 r '. that rises. A I a it luii boiled about ten minutes 1 ti.' -jnmiT ill anil out, holdiug it up ne jelly; if it unison in only one it not cooked enough; if it runs t.11 'In erln of the skimmer and drips v or three places In drops, it is 1 n ily when boiling fast for iiftcen it s .1 v Hies nicely, and bettor than if 1 i mgiT. Fill a large pitcher with ii. , hen throw out and pour in the fr iin the kettle, cover tho top of tho i' MuLi 1 hei'M) clot ii, and strain into I i' .' Ii rs. e u. ail next morning, when it hi lie i- did. Cut whito paper to fit the jTfl piste with white of egg, into h is Mhi"d one-half toavpoonful of t 1 t Aeii. When dry tie manilla rdi liir nvertho top and label. Set, II '. place. If not thick in the .' si ii, i he sun or a fow hours. in f if table um it is nice lor jelly G 11 .1 Housekeeping. 1 1 J 1 ' I v 1 2 1 Hie I 111 i 11 i 11 ii K-tlliKHtf of TIuiii. is it is not too much to as-ert that t nt nf women have very innde- (.1 ft iptions of the value and ex t ' '11 The man of business learns t ' 1 i . l just what live minutes will 1 I v 1 0 , meniih. It may mark the 3 ti 1 f b n.king hours or tho departure of j 1 iiiniiiii train. Promptness is mi J r 'i 0 esei.tlal in business circles, and a I ww. si 1 1 moment may meat.' so much Ci mi io--or wanted opportunity, that 11 11 1 . il to learn the nine of time, II in . jientiythan women under es t - ... . 1 a 1 who, in feminine parlance, ' tic i : -in-," much is the woman who I n I' 1 'i to use and save her minutes. Ibi 011:1 who are really industrious th'nu if ' bing of squandering ten or llf t n 1 itiuti , in uumnaning, unsatisfactory tb itwi' 1 .11 acquaintance, and then won iiira' in 1 Vie of the tiny what hah become cftt.t l.o tr A verj ftvv niisbpent half I 1 'i' i'i,tov the day's usefulness. Al- II si rsile). or.ible as the waster of timo i g .iii 1 t ho woman who never has t ' ' a j 1 .isuiit chat with her friend nnd v ho"i i.iind is no crowded with sooial or lions' hold cares that sho inwardly giud, 1 ie timeivcnto a caller. Hur ler s Ii 1, ar . siiiiiililii Woman. H10 L k- a healthy interest in her neigh bors, hut- sh is by no moans a gossip, still Jess 1 iivl d monger. At no lime will hho 1) brought into the folly of discussing jnotiveb.or judging of things by the seamy tide of auiiutrmwu. And It neislstomly bored by thouo who find u plcasum In Boo ing all tlilugti at cross purposes and all peoplo more or less scoimdrclti niulcteclod, she docs hor best to miUgato whut hup can not prevent. Hho has strong principles, but she Is not an active prosclyllzer. Kho let others think for themselves, and uuly wheu called on to testify raises her own privato llug aloft. Sho knows tho difforencB between con stancy and uKgitwalon, which, with tho courHno of her opinions, has also tho mod esty of reticeu'ec. She treats her servants ns, in a eertaln sense, her friends, her chil dren, while still keeping the reins of homo government in her own hands. Hut thoy ull know that when they do their duty sho will reward them, or at least recognizo by kind word and hearty acknowledgment that they have demo well, and when they uegleot it shu will rebuko them. Sho will neither bo indifferent on tho otio sldo nor remiss on tho other, and thus hor house hold always fools and knows that her eyes iiro open and har heart is warm. Now York Iit'dgex. AVhy VTonirn Can't Throw. "Why can't a woman throw a ball? I will tell you why. When it was decided that women should have their being and occupy a email corner of this world of ours, It never occurred to tho originator of tho biilliant scheme that she would want to throw a ball. Conseiucntly tho musclo that makes successful the Stclu twist or 1'liillips twirl was left out of her ninko up. It Is possible the originator of the woman (.rhrnic was n man, and he thought in de priving her of this muscle that sends a missile where it is intended it should go, it protoctod tho more physically powerful portion of tho human race from unexpected onslaughts. In leaving out this self pro tecting clement of successful ball throw ing it threw tho "scheme" out of balanco, Naturo came to the rescue, its it always does when things need evening up, and to bring tho scale down impartially substi tuted the feminine prerogative! called per versity, and of course thn first thing tho woman wanted wasto throw a ball. Who says she can't throw a ball, anyhow? Chi cago Herald. The Vll'fit Tsewnji.iper IVoman. Miss rriedriehs, of The P.ill Mull Ga rotte, was the first lady attached as a gen eral journnlist to a London paper. Miss Frleftrichs is of Gorman birth and family. Soon after leaving school sho spent some time in Kussia, where sho began her liter ary work by making translations. She is often sent off at an hour's notice in con nection with The I'all Mall Gazette. She is a good linguist and invaluable on foreign service. Sho was tho special correspond ent for the paper nt lierlln during the time of Prince Hismarck's resignation, and was at Heligoland, where sho was engaged in the interests of the same paper. Mis-, Kri'drichs' success. 'is a journalist is full of encouragement to other equally cjualified women. She has learned the secret of traveling light, a necessary qualification in the reporter. She can pack and away in a short time when sho receives march ing orders. Loudon Letter. A "Woman's Hrii;ht Iileii. There is a woman over in Massachusetts who has made a venture that recommends itself to every pemon who has any com mon sense aixl who loves little children. Tlie woman, wlui is a nurso of character and abilit. , rented early in the season a large house witli ample grounds on the outskirts of her quiet villnge, and fitted it up simply but comfortably, and with everything needed to make a child happy. This sho has established a a summer homo for children whose parents wish thorn to have the change of a country life, but who are unable for any reason to ac company them, or where parents who uro making tours upon which it is not advis able to take childrnu may send them with tho comfortable assurance that they are having a healthful, happy home, and nil tjio care that wisdom and experience know them to require. New York Evening Sun. Sump or Valerie's T'resents, Upon the occasion of the marriage of the Archduchess V.ilerie at Vienna an old and pretty custom was observed. The ancient dame who had cared for tho bride when a little child came all the wav to Vienna from her country home, bringing witli her a thousand and one littlo things associated with tho bride's infancy. Tliero were elaborate baby clothes, dolls, go carts, shoes, gloves, rattles, stockings and an in finite variety of jeweled trinkets. A most interesting item was the teething ring upon which Valerie nnwed at the most exciting period of her existence. All these relics were exhibited at Valet ie's wedding, and tin; old nurse was a conspicuous figure, of course. For her notable contribution to thn festivities she was most liberally re uarded with that which moth and dust do corrupt and for which thieves break through and steal. Berlin Letter. I5:ul KlTects from "Weurlni; Oartrr. One of the most frequent causes of ob struction in the circulation is the elastic Sftrtor. Children should never wear them at all, as the stockings can bo perfectly kept up by elastic straps to the waistband. If gar ters are worn it is important to know how to wear them with the least risk of harm. At the bend of tho knee the superficial veins of the leg unite, and go deeply into tlio under part of the thigh beneath the hamstring tendons. Thus a garter be low the knee obstructs all the .superficial veins, but if the garter is above tho knee the hamstring tendons keep the pressure oir the veins which return the blood from the legs. Unfortunately most persons tiro in ignorance of tho above facts and apply the garter below the knee. Mrs. S. M. Guy in Home Magazine. A Doll That Tnlce 31 1 Hi . There aru perhaps :j,t)txi toys in ono di vision of the patent office, and one of tho era.'.iest curiosities is a doll baby which sucks the bottle. This doll is patented by Hudolpb Steiner, of Germany, and it con sists of a doll baby itt ing on a pan, with a bottle tilled with genuine milk on a little table in front of it. A rubber tube con Herts with tho glass pipe which runs into tho bottle, and, going iutp tho mouth of tho child, runs down behind and through the doll into tho pan. Ily means ot a si phon, which comes out through the doll's head, machinery is set to work by which the doll begins to suck and the milk flows up into its mouth and out into tho pan. Frank G. Carpenter's Letter. A Wiiinuii lliiimrisl. Tho Boomerang, of ljiramle, recites the distinguished honors wou by Mrs. Iloyt, of that city, in an examination before the University 0 Denver for the degree of doctor of philosophy. .Mrs. Iloyt who is tliu wife of Dr. Iloyt, president of the Wyoming university and o-x-gnveriior of tho territoty gave a thesis on the "Naturo of Consciousness" In Trinity church, Den ver, before a large audience iopresontiu;j the culturo of the city and btute, and waa greeted with gieat applause, Tho chau eellor responding saldi "In behalf of Mrs. Iloyt I drsiro to thank you for tho gener ous applause nccoidcd her. You have heard her uplcndid thesis, and had you also tested, as wo hnvo done, her .magnifi cent sweep of literature, sclrnco nnd phi losophy, you would feel that tho Instlt ution honoring her Is itself honored by her com ing to it for tho degree conferred." A I'ractlral Novelist. Mism Blanche Willis Howard, the novel ist, would seem to ho .1 very sensible sort of person, on general principles. At her home itt Stuttgart sho receives and chap crones young ladles studying music, lan guages nnd the like, and one of them snys of her: "Sho Is a practical malinger, house keeper and uccountanl. She tenches us cooking and economy, which one doe.s not expert from a poet. Decides all this she is a half doctor. She takes excellent care of the health of the girls, and tries to mnko thorn reasonable in caring for themselves. She also teaches ns that wo won't havo hnlf so many ills If wo don't think and talk about them, Sho Insists upon more exercise, than we can take almost, but our exercise is recreative, and part of It is swimming in a delightful warm swim ming bath, which wo continue all win ter.'' Berlin Letter. Tim lMchln Aiuli Widow. An Arab woman when left a widow mourns her husband devoutly, but liko other widows, if she has the opportunity, she may be married again. Tho night be fore her second marriage sho pajs a visit to her first husband's gravo. There she kneels and prays him not to be otTended. As, however, she feels he will bo otTended, the widow biings witli her a donkey laden with two goat skins filled with water. The prayer ended, she proceeds to pour the water on the gravo to keep the first hus band cool under tho circumstances about to take place, and having well saturated him sho then depails. Exchange. Tench Girls TliorniiRlilj'. Girls should be taught to bo thorough in whatever they undertake. "Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well" is m old rule ot more importance than ever in these progressive days.. Teach a girl to do ono thing well, and later on she will find that this one talent will gather many unto itself. A smattering of everything is always dangerous, especially in a girl. To L ain less and to learn it more thoroughly hould In-1 ho rule of her education. New Oi leans Picayune. A petticoat frayed at the edge, no mntter how handsome the omhroldcry may lie, a uses a woman much vexation of spirit. The fin?r the embroidery the sooner it allows signs of wear, and no matter how much caro is exercised it cannot be made to Inst very long. A good plan is to put a ncrrow- lawn 111ITI0 around the bottom of 'he skirt first. Then put on the flounce of i.ibroi.lery so.that about an inch of this will show. The lawn 1 utile can be renew ed very easily. Borax water is excollent for sconcing it her silk or wool goodstliat are not soiled enough to need washing. In washing eashmere or wool goods put a little borav !n the water. This will rlean?e them mm h more easily and better without injury to ; he colors. Do not rub them on a board, but use the hands and throw on a line without wringing. Press them on the wrong side and they will look almost like new. Mrs. Amelia K. AVing, president of tho Urookljn Woman's iT,ub, was secretary nnd treasurer of the sanitary commission during the war. She is the mother of two Miung men who as little fellows were the heroes of "My Boys," written for children. Mis. Wing is a pretty woman with a sweet, ii'stful face and thick white hair as fine mil lustrousas spun sMl:. When the lamp wick makes up its mind 10 be disagreeable and refuses to eonio up when wanted first remove it from the liimiT and mil out one or two threads near the selvage edge of the wick. This generally reduces it to reason, and when insetted again in the burner the cogs will take it up properly and when lighted will give a good, even Hume. The mother who understands that econ omy is half the battle of life makes papa's socks do for baby when th" heels and toes ire beyond repair. Out of the good part die. cuts a pair of small socks, and by mak ing the scams small and smooth she has foot covering for the baby that will last twice 11s long as any sho can buy. Nothing can be found more beneficial for your darkening locks than a daily sun ivith. Tho enviable golden hue is much more apt to bo secured in this way than by ..itillcia! means. It is also said that in fol ;owing out this plan of bleaching the hair it will keep it from turning gray. l"or curling liquid dissolve two ounces borax and one dram gum arabic in one quart of boiling water, witli three tnble .poonfuls of strong camphor. Keep in a 'Kittle and wet the hair when ou curl or friz it. This is suld to keep the hair in curl in damp, dog day weather. Mrs. Susan Ithodo Cutter, professor in Biddlo college, North Carolina, took the Iitin pri7o in that same college when a student. Mrs. Cutter is a handsome wo man under 80, and has given so much time to Greek that men have been left, out of her books. Thn Daughters of Ilebeknh of Naomi lodge, of Topcka, have opened a free dis pensary in tho rooms of the Kansas Medi cal college. They aie completely organ ized under the ltws of the state, with power to receive bequests amounting to fioo.txw. In lighting a kerosene lamp never touch the wick with the match, as it has a ten dency to toughen or spread It. Keep the wlek turned down below the top of the burner, except when In actual ue. if yon would not have oil on the outside of the lamp. There are four young women in the Hoyal Olwervutory of Greenwich, England, in activo service. All aro graduates ol Newham college. Thtir employment in cludes lunar observations, photography ind exact calculations from photographic studies. I'lnunels nnd blankets may be soaked in a pail of water containing ono tablespoon f ill of ammonia nnd 11 little suds. Kuhn liltloas possible, and they will bo white and clean and will not shrink. A simple cough remedy is made of tin ounce of tlnxeed boiled in a pint of water, a little honey added, an ounce of rock candy and the juice, of tlneo lemons, the whole mixed and boiled well. Artificial complexions are said to be on tho bicrcase. Very likely, since whete they are once adopted tho wearer eoou lias no olkcr to speak of. SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. Tho new downward draft locomotive puts the smoke, cinders and fumes under tho cars instead of over and into them. Tho electric spark has been photographed by mentis of a special camera, in which tho sensitive pinto rotated U,if)Otimcsn minute. Charts have been prepared showing that theeyo has distinct expressions, con veying s many different shades of mean iug. Tho microbe expert, Dr. Koch, is said to havo discovered a means of killing the microbe which ho claims to be tho cause of consumption. Col. EilimbofT, of the Kusslan army, now stationed In Siberia, claims to have discov ered in ordinary eggs an oil by which he can greatly increase, tho forco of explosives. An English medical writer asserts that cancer is not hereditary in tho vnst ma jorilyof ra'cs, uo less than fl per cent, bring caused by external Inlliieuees upon tho sufferers. It has bfen found that In tho long run no powder is satisfactory for quick firing guns that is not, absolutely safe from ex plosion by detonation, and that the only sst isfactorv and safe system of quick firing is by electricity. His stated in the report of the thunder storm committee of the Koyal Meteorolo'.' leal society I hat there is not. the sHhtc-t evidence in the photographs taken of light ning ilasbfts of the angular, zigzag or fork ed forms commonly seen in pictures. Some interostingtrials with signal lights were recently made in Paris between per sons in a balloan and others in the Eiffel tower which showed the practicability of interchanging signals from a distance far beyond t ho circle of an invesl ing force. ".lust a flooil," Niy some dealers who try to sell n substitute preparation when a customer caUi lcr Honii's .-aisapaillla. Ilu nut all w un such fitKe ftute'iiiiitH us this itulin e you to buy wlmt von ilu not wimt. Keiiiciiiliei' that the only reason for miiklnu It 13 that a lew cents innro profit v.'lll In: in.'ule on the aubi-tltute. Insist mum liaviiiR tlie host nieilloine Hood's Snrsannrilln. It Is peculiar to Itself. 100 l.mlliw l nnt t Anil Ion men tn rail on any druggist for 1 frit trial pnckai: of Utile's Kumilv Medicine, the Kreut root uml liutb remedy, cll'coeiTil by Di-. Mla9 l.nno while la t lie ltocky Mountain. For tlNeaes the blood, liver ami kidneys U it. n in sfthe cine. For constipation and clenr ng tin the complexion ll iloos wonders. Clulil rc 11 liko it. Fverjcm) praises it. LarKo-iUo pnikut'e, tU cents. AL all druggist)'. I'fil'coil to I.eavn Ilonm. (IvcrOO people were forced to leave tlielr tiomos 5 csteriliiy to call fur a Jire tii.il packajio of Lane's Family Med'cini'. If onr blcmil it bat I, jour liver nnd kidneys nut ot order, if you n.r constipated and havo headache and an tmnlitlit Ij coinplf xlon, don't fail to call on any dru plt today for .1 tier f-ample ol litis i,-rnnil roin eil. ''1 h ladies praise It. HAorjono likes it. Lai'tce size package .'ill cents. 'Jii.einl mm, & CO. Eedncei Prices oe Gloves. Our colored silk and I.ilo Gloves w ill be sold nt roducoJ prices. The !)."ic. quality wo will sell at 10c. a pair. QUA TELAIXE HAGS. Velvet 1 eather and Chamois in tho latest patterns'. wjynson ties. All Silk, plain and fancy with rings, nlao Illaek Silk Handkerchiefs. Hibbuns, 1'uro Silk, all shades and widths, Velvot IUbbous, all widths. consul's. Kxtta good bargains in Cor fets, a good waist for Ladies' and Children. Call and itio our Summer Coraota, Dress Shields. All tho popular makes, wo tell a good Dross Shiold, 3 pairs for j cents. Notions. Tho most comploto lino of notions in tho city. BEEMAN, HUNT I GO. CARRIAGES ! WM. SMITH & CO. now offer for sale a fino lot of carriages, both open and top jobs, consisting of Extension Tops, Burreys, I'hnstons, Side-bars, Uloin Falls Ruck Boards, Canopys, Concords. lianuor Wagons, Urocory AVa'ons, llonil Carta, etc., oto. -ALSO- THE SPRINGFIELD WAGON, tho finest slde-sprlnK wattou made; rides easy, lninics low, hluli hack, wide, roomy seat, and l vory desirablu both for plcnsuie and busl ncsa. Mostof thcBO Jobs aro mndo at our own fac tory, of th best material and workmanship, nnd w ill bo Bold ns loiv in posmblo, quality con hidered. bpeclal attention clvon to all repair per taining to cat rinses. Hesrectfally yours. Wm. SMITH & CO., t.'i.'l si. I'ltitl Ml reel, llurllnL.i, Vt. lJU.d.twfiin For Sale. A thrcisherinun's outfit. (Inn 2 )aivr pow er, two c'.inbincd threthiiU! nmchluei, ciieulsr iw, iliac baw ami w iiBnn. Chm feporutor i iirnrly hew, with dust Hue and a l latti Im provements. Power liini new iimides,. All mo "(iruyV machines, In kohiI icpair and for vtluchetii. UUbl-A ii. WmUHT, L'olchcbtcr, Vt. w 1 St KEEP TO THE RIGHT. Do not be imroMid on by any of tho numerous imitation?, eub.'tilutce, etc., which nro iloodlni? the world, Thorp Ic only otic. Hwlft's !peclflc, and thorn !b nothing llko It. Our remedy con tains no Mercury, 1'otnsli, Arsenic, or any pois onous piibstttiico whatever. It hnlltU uptlieftm oral health frot.t tbe flift do?r, mid has never failed tottadlcato contusions blood poison and itceflecta from tlio pystcin. Ilo suru to get the genuine. Stud your aUdrceu for our Treallso on Wood cud skin I))n?r, which will ha mailed frr.. t:Vivv RPFririO CO . Atbrtft. Oa. 188 ! RES "UK - nut THK Next Ten Days. worth oi Mien's Hoys' ami Chil- CLOTHING Furnishing Goods and Hats. to he oloaert out at rclitil tor the net Kill (Ui.yK. Thi.i is the GREAT WIND-UP SALE of thn season. IlOOO Men's I'ino Suit?, LIDO Hoys' Fino Knits, C0H t'hildronN Fino Suits, 2000 Men's l'mo I'nnto, nil must bo closed out within tho next ten days. ATKIMMDLIi SACRIFICE Wo hnvo only fjiiicoIo mention a few of tho bargains, (jf) buys an oleprant all wool Men's Knit, line quality, ve.-v hauibome and giiacuitoed a regular suit. $7 will buy tho finest all wool Men's Knit in Burlington. SjlO buys a roRiilnr ciistom-mado suit well worth 1N. For 111 yuucnn buy a nobyb llovs' Knit, regular price $.1.ii), Uur i?1.?.j Hoy's Knit? aro marked down from isS. S.1.2.) buys a handsome child's suit well worth is'.ri0. isl liuvs n 2 l'aut. SSl.To buys a 1'aut. ( )ur if: I W I'ants aro tho llnest iiiallty in Hiirlinton. nrid by merchant tailors and positively ecjuil to s-0 I'ants. This great salo is onlv FOR TLKX!:XT JO DAYS - VI THK lit p T h 1 n rr n oil Cliari-h Sti-fi-t C orn"r ( horry, (ii'i'ii-i 1 1 now i.'s 1101 m Jioii't J'ltil In fl'fcilil flis fl'rnt Hi'nit ' ! ihj-oiiI Strr of the tt sftn. Jlttl.e. no mittUe in fir )itrr. Loot,- for (hi- .1 niericdn 'lnt!hiti Com tan if, ,'i.V Chitrrh ,'., corner L'hrrrif, Hiuiirtini, it. l!l,diVwtf ft Squares, and Carpels -at thi:- CARPET HALL. New goods uow opening. A kt S()iAi!i:s Entirely now patterns never before iwinufactured. Hrc.s and liuis All kinds. Tho largest stoek lo be louud in the city at the lowest prices. The new E.u, Cai:i'i:ts are now selling. The choice patterns ol tho season. llere you -will (ind the best Caim'Kt Svi:i:im:i:s Ev ery housekeeper should have a good sweeper. Buy only tho best. Hoonis measured and carpets made by experi enced workmen. "BEEHIVE" CARPET HALL L12G1 1IICOTILUKS. rjj,t,tu,b&wtt uon mi $10,000 RUGS Hpp hi vp Uuu Si fb mportant Notice. Having been appointed the sole agent in this city for the sale of Dr. Jcagcr's Sanitary Woollen System Co,'s Under wear, which is too well known all over the world as the best in use to require a more ex tended notice, we beg to in form our customers and the public generally that we have now in stock some styles of their goods for inspection and intend to keep a full assort ment during the season. Our Fall Styles of You mans, Silverman, Guycr and other celebrated makes of Stiff Mats are now in stock. On Saturday and Monday next we wi 1 open some ad vance styles in Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Suits, which may interest you all. You can always depend up on getting strictly reliable goods at the lowest prices by calling on RTDM&BRO. Tho Leading Clothiers- ." itii'.l J ."S Collejif Street, 2;trlington, Vt. .07,iU wtf RBfJucBfJ Prices ox- awn Tennis Goods To close out our stock for ioo, ve will soli at the following greatly reduced prices. llorsinau'-: .Monta ill; m inulneturori' jirice (i 00. ri'ilueeii to i I. ill), liorsmau's K.'iilnight, Sjiucisit price .s.j.,10, reilKeeil if-4. j-j. lion man's ealiric;ht, manufacturers' price .'"i.ilU, redueeil to-' .'II. Ilorsmnn'.s Casino, iiiaiiiitacturorh' price tf-l.tJO, reduced to Hi -I. Hoismim'.s Stanilanl, manufacturers' price. $1.00, reilneeil to ?.(!:. llorsniBii'ii itinhmonil, manufacturers' price .'.L.-jO, reilueeil to 3 '!;(. llnr.-mans (,'levela tnN. mnu'ifceturcrs' price, 11(1, loiluci'il to is'J.UO. IIorismuu' Dinulo, manufacturers' irice '.00, ri'ilueeii to I. Ill IIorttnan'M Daisv. manufacturers price i?1.0ll, reilueeil to To cent-. Xets, l'olcs, Guy Ropos etc, at ) less than regular retail prices. Send for catalogue. S. Huntington & Co., Duiilttton, Vermont. It'l.eoil.tf J.W.Goodell, J lIANUI'ACTDttKK "IT 'Monumenta. Headstones, Curbing and Building work ) c? o ' from Warble (Jrav Stone and Barre Granite, or any I Granite desired. Flagging , and Curbiug for streets and walks, at lowest prices. 1 Work set in any part of the country. You are invited to visit our work or corres pond with us. 257 ZP2L S-b- h.WtAiSen & Co,, ;Sncc!S3ors to Lyman Sc Allen. The First Week in September Our Opening Week. UR regular opening of fall goods in all "the departments will take place the first week in Septem bcr, commencing Monda , Setember 1st and com inn ing through the week. We shall show this season the finest and most complete assortment as well as ihc largest line of fine Drv G oods over displayed by u'-. Dress Goods, Silks, Trim mings, Velvets, Kibbon-, Kid Gloves, Hosiery, Un derwear etc etc. "We expect to make such a display of novelties in line Dress Goods as to eclip-e any ol our previous ciiorK At the same time we will ishow our early Fall Gar ments for ladies, misses and children. Having closed what undesirable garini'iit-s we carried over we shall open a clean line of nevr styles, most of then made to our own order, in t!i best manner. THE splendid results ol oui unequalec! Liquidation Sale will enable us to offer in many depan- ments entirely new assort j ments and lines, The character 1 of the merchandise we shall deal 'in will he of the highest order. What are called joos, au f lots etc will have no attraction for us, unless the quality of the article is of the best, (.-ur friends can rest assured tli it while we shall use every efioit to increase our business, ad ding some new lines ,we : ivdl deal only in goods strictly te llable. This docs not mean that we shall offer no gomiu cheap, but entirely the co' trary. We shall sell good goods cheap ; we honest !v believeour stock will a rage better values than any of the stock specially advertised with the assurance of good good. fair dealing and one price to all. We shall endeavor to retain the formost position in the Dry Goods trade nf the state so long enjoyed by us. OUR -wholesale depart ment will be continued. J ust now we are all ready for early fall buyers. Short lime and cash buyers can save money by coming to us. H.W. ALLEN & CO., FOIOIISKLV. Ii ALLEN, O LYMAN a