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THE BUKLiNGXON FKEE PRESS: THURSDAY, MARC IT A, 1892. CRIME ADDED TO CRIME. STARTLING IIF.VELATIONS IN THE LIVERPOOL HORROR. Tlio iTuuiaii ami flcr Children rut Out of the Way of Alicjllior Marring" l'orcary, Theft mid illcamy Added tn thn List of Crimes Cnrtuulltsd by the Murderer. LlVEnrooi,, March 17. Tho exoltoment caused by tho discovery yostorday ot tlio flvo bodies burled under tbo door ot' n honso nt Hnln Hill, shows no signs of abatement. It bus transpired that, bifuro coming to England, Williams, tho mnn whoso urrest nt Melbourne led to the uiii'iirthiug ot tha bodlet, was living in (Sydney, . ti. W. Shortly nftor he left that city hU wlfo nud tour children disappeared, nnd It was sup posed that they had followed Williams to England. Humors of his intended marrlago to rt young girl named Mather had reached Hyduoy and it was naturally supposed that Mrs. Williams and her children had left for Liverpool to prevent tho consummation of this crime. Tho police oxpect to prove that Iho bodies fouud yesterday are those of the wife and children and that Wllllnms killed them in order to carry out his intention to marry Miss Mather wltnout niolestution. Williams did marry tha girl in question and took her to Melbouruo, whero ho killed her 11 ordor to marry nnother girl. To-day a gardener who lives next door f Diuknm Villa whore the bodies were Jound, reooguled the oldost body hb a wo iian he had seen in tlio back yard ot Din ham Villa on August U, last. On August 10 ha beard children screaming, lie paid no attoutiou, thinking some of them had been hurt. Ho never saw the woman or children afterwards. Another man recog nized tho body ns that of Mario Dooming, who bad been in tho employ of a Liver pool fishmonger. Williams had married her under the name of Deeming, at that time doscrlblng himself us a mining engi neer. Williams and his wlfo, tha man said, af terward wont to Hull, whora Williams w&a arrested nud convicted of forgery; for this crime ho was sontoncod to a yoar's impris onment. On being discharged from prison after having served his tontonca he married a young woman in Hull, llo wished her to go abroad, but she declinol to go with bim. Williams then deserted her and returned to Marie. Accompanied by Mario, Williams went to Cape Town, where they remained for a time. They then returned to Iilrkou head and took up thoir residence thcra re maining for some time. Marie had three brothers and two sisters in Ulrkenhond. The man believed that Williams was the tame individual who married a young lady named Mathe3on at Beverly in IS'JO, nt that time assuming the name of Harry Lawson. He then described bimsolf a a large farmer in Australiu. He gave a a umber of valuabo presents to Mies Matheson. After his marriago to aIiss Mathesoa ho left her 'uud absconded to South America. Miss Mathoson uworo out u warrant against htm, charging him with tho theft of the preteute hu had given her and he was ur rested in 1'iuguay. Williams was brought back to Hull and was sent to jail for nine months. During the time he was iu prison it was ascertained that ho bad married and deserted a lady in Birkenhead iu 1880. It has been learned that the namo Wil liams is au assumed ono nud that the mur derer's proper namo is Deeming. Deeming has a brother, who resides in Birkenhead nnd tho latter was summoned to attend tho coroner's inquest on tho bodies of Mrs. Deeming und tho four children. He arrived at Halu Hill this afternoon. He bears a striking resemblance to his brother, and soms people in the crowd thought it was the murderer himself. Tha liens has spread rapidly that the murderer had rami nod. I he crowd hooted and yelled nnd filially made a threatening rush lor Dooming. The latter lied to a hotel, fol lowed by the yelling crowd to the very doors. DEEMING AND WILLIAMS ARE ONE. Jjtnuilnalioti of Luggage I'ro us the Iden lltyof thu Ll urpool Fiend. J'EitTit, Australia, Mnrch 20. Deeming, the murderer, was again boforo the magis trate to-day. The co'irt homo was packed. The prisoner entered tho dock with a jaunty air, hut became novous and fidgety duriug tat reading of thu charges. After the giving of formal evidence in re gard to his arrest, he was remanded. Deom Jug's luggage has been exntuiued. Amoiic the articles found wero a card certifying to the mombarehip of f,inlly Mather iu the Halu Hill Band ot Hope, a time table of trains between Ruin Hill and Liverpool, au autograph album belonging to Kmlly .ujttuor, a UooK or nuutessos of persons iu .England, a poclret book bearing the mono gram "li. V. D.," a Masonic apron similar' ly lettered, silver oard case and a prayer book containing the namo "iimlly." Among tho addresses noted McDonald. Berklnheod, Marshall of New York, and others of persons in Hull. Livornool nnd Hartlepool, proving tto identity of Wil liams, Deeming, Law son, otc. It is rumored that Deeming, who declared that bl3 namo was Swanston, has confessed tunt ho Is tbt mine man who lived at Wind tor, a suburb ot Melbourne, under the nemo of Williams. Evidence Is dally accumulating, showing that Deeming's life was ono of fraud nnd robbery, oarrled on under a preteuos ot weoJtn and bonhomie. Notorious Itecord Growing, LlvsKt-ooi., March 20. A telegram from Cap Town, bcutn Africa, states that Dnom ing became notorious in Johannesburg in JOljU In connootion with oxtenslve jewelry swindling and that to 1110 mysterious mur- Hers occurred there at about that period. Typhoid at Uradfurd Academy. HavmuuLL, Mass., March 20. Tho an nearanc of tvnhold favor amonsr the mini l of Bradford aoademy, has created consider able alarm In this seotiou. There are three young ladles ill with tbo disease, ono of whom Is in a, serious condition, foars being entertained, that she piay not rooover. Tha principal ard faculty of the school art unable to find tha 6ause for tho uppear anoe ct the disorder in the Institution. Ki.Stato Seuntur of Now York Duud. New Yor.tr, March 80,,EiState 6ena' tor James Daly, a well known pplltiolan Dp a prominent uiemuer ui me coyoiy ae fqocracy, died here this rrlernlufr, dsid 40, lie was born in Ireland, but curls from Canada to IhLs city in loud. Vav Malaria. Vf.o JInriloi il' Aoltl iMinsplinte. Dr. E. 0. IUVIZI. Do t&ue't. Dal:., ssva! li7e ndpt:in 1oit cenvalessexuco and preven ton frim fjjalarial dlwitea, wljore tli drink fig water wai bad ; I Ulloyi It tn he beflol fiipr(ivntln; anjpierjr6nrplJnu altaoaa of ijio Ji(t openU we bjv t iVctlfy tUo b4 f tJotAf tho rtrlnKliisr water up"a (ho kidneys ata ooweis, ' HOW HILL STANDS ON SILVER. Now llollorcil 'Hint II Is Opposed to Tree Co I n a sc. Wabhimcon, March 21). Hill's contin ued silenco on the silver question Is grad ually being accepted as un Indication that ho is opposod to free colnnge. Tho sliver poopln who foared him first thought he meant that ho would accept the democratic platform whntover It might be, but it is now asserted that ho has finally dotornilnod that lie must oppose froo coinage. A prom inent silver advocate in tho House, who has lii.ca n Hill man, says ha has been called on by i-oprcsontntnes of Hill and informed, by authority, thnt it the House passps tha free silver bill, Hill cannot bo a caadidute. Tho' silver men arc not in such high foathcr as a week ago. Two of thoir ablest fighters in the ijounta havo given tho democrats iu tho Senate such oironso as to reduce the likelihood of their co-oporuting, and home odvicos aro reaching certain membors of thn House. causing a perceptible change ot sentiment tboro. Senators fjtownrt nnd Jones, republican leadors of frca colnajo sentiment iu the benate, who ere relied on by democrats to voto against the confirmation of Judge Wood, woro mysteriously absent nud "un paired" whon tho voto was takon. It ibiaid that nt least one had nuroed with tile democrats to voto ngnlnsst Woods. Had ho kept his promio Woods would have fnlled of confirmation. Tho democrats are greatly oilouded nt this, and It is quite like ly tuat a number or Eastern senators will rotallsto by voliug against tho silver bill, on which the silver republicanism trnded the elections bill to death in tl.o last Con- gross, in tha Houso it is said that many Northern democruts who had intoudo 1 to vote for tho sllvor bill are receiving advices from homo whioh made them doubt the pop ularity of such a courso, and it is believed that they foar that tli9 sentiment of tho country is turning against the silver bill. SENATOR HILL'S BOOM- Welt l'lenied M'ttU tli iltilliuslnsm Ho llui Creutod fit the houtll. WASIIIXOTON". March 20. Tha Southern tour ot Konator Hill canio to a close by tho arrival of tho party here at 11 a. m. to-dny. oonntor 11111 osprcaied groat satisfaction at tho hosnitnbla maunor in whlnh ho i received throughout the South and doos not conceal his pleasure over the uuthUiiasm which his visit aroused in Georgia, Alabama and .Mississippi. He has received numerous invitations within the past week to visit arious estern and Southwestern cities. and bo is being strongly urged to make a tour through the West and fcjouthwost. DEMOCRATIC INDIANS. Unimtr uctml DflcKiitoi j;ieoted to the (.'tilcazo Convention. McAlestek, Mnrch 20. The first terri torial democratic convention over held in tho Indian Territory met yestorday and elected delegates to the Chicago convention. 1 be object of the delegation is to obtnin re cognition from tho national democratic con vention. It go-s uninstructed in regard to the nomination ot president and vice-president. It will ulso advocate the conferring of tho full jurisdiction upon United Htates Courts of the Indluu Territory, which fs now exer cised by tho Fort Smith (Ark.) and I'aris (lex.) Lnltod Htates Courts. It was tho sense of thu convention not to interfere with tho tribal relations of tho five civilized tribes. 'HE STRIKE ON CANADIAN PACIFIC. Conductors Have it Tuuil of 9150,000 with which tf Carry on the tVur. Wtx.ffi;ri, Man., March 20. The strike situation on the Canadian Pacifio looks more serious to-night. Trouble eiists on tho Pacific division to Vancouver, as well as on tho wostern division from Fort Wil liam to Donald. Tho conductors and trainmen of tho I'a cif.c division uudo practically the same do- maud for Increased pav as those of the Western division. The company did not grant tho demand, but ordered all conduc tors on tho l'aciilc division to give a pledge of loyalty to tho company, on pain of dis missal. As a result of this order nearly all the trainmen on tho 1'aclllc division re fused to go to work, and tinco Tuesday last all trains havo been run by superin tendents and other ofllcials of the road as conductors and brakemen, Tbo situntion in Winnipeg is more strained to day owing to tho arrival of Chief ClHrk of the Order of Conductors. It is re ported that Clark comes with a capital of l10V,uuu, wmcu is to be expouded, it neces sary, in tecuring a victory for the train men. Yesterday's through passenger trains were from 0 to 10 hours behind time nud nil branch lino trains wore cancelled. Tho elfoot of tha strike is already beinz full in business circles, many cars of freight being sido tracked between here and Fort illinm and east of thero. The Hour mills nt Hat 1'ortnga and Wlnuipog will be com pellod to shut down if thj blockado is not raisod, owing to a scarcity of cars for wheat and Hour. Worl D.iy lor Tents. Ciicsixn, Vt., March 20. A regular blizzard ragod all day Saturday. It was the worst day for years. Medical Tosttraony. W.Thornton Parker, M. ;D lUcorder, Ae- Bouiauou oi Aciintr Assistant Burgeons ot the u, f. Army, writus : "HAUlM. MASS.-Mnrnh 21. 1MI. "When at btuttftart. (Jtruiany, durlns tho Winter of ISil-K, I was suffering from a so verc iittnc.1: of bronchitis, which eaemed to thici.'en pneumonia. I met at Hotel Mnr (Juardt, f 'ommandi-i Ueardslce, of tho United oijui nni, in silencing ot my siclcuess, lie remarked : 'Doctor you oiin cure that chest irouow or yours uy neeini an Ali-cock's Von, ous FLAVrKli That may bo triio. 1 anewered 'but where can 1 tret thn pUster V 'Anywhere u u.ttiivi wiiwu, onu tureir hcre n Stntlgurt, Whenever 1 have a cold, I always ue one and find rullof ' I seat to tho drii'i store for tin plaster, and it did all that my friend had promised, llvor since then 1 havo used it whenever buffer ng from a cold, and I have many times prescrlbid it to patients, "The Al.uioOK'a I'hstiu Is the host to bo had, nud bus saved iuaii7 from sevore lllnes, and undoubtedly, if used promptly, will save many valuable lives. WliBnnvor ouo has a se vereoold they should put on an Ailcock's Pr.Aarica m soon as possible. It should bo plaood across tho cheit, the upper margin just below the neoil sotns hot beef t, or milk, will aid la the treatment. "This Is not a patont remedy In tho ohicc tlonabU sense of thn terra, bat standard preparation of value Th Hnvtrmnent sup plies for tuo U, H, A' tid Indian llosplial titoros rontnln Am -hcu's 1'fU.irEits, . d ihu medical pr -ssii. llirnughout lh world are well aware ot thul. reliability and exoellonco, 1 shall always i 'iiiimend it, nut only tobrewk np colds.lbjt iu useful in allaying , .tins in tho chest and 111 the back. It U a preparation worthy of srenoral confidence." for Owi:-.")!) liturt Ms. Wi.vsiow's aoorni.NO 8rnui has been uswl for rltlldrsa teethfni;. It soothes the ehthl, softtns tho irums, allays nil pain, rnrei wind i hollo, and Is the bout, remedy fur Dlar-riia-a. Twt iity-five cents a bottle, bold by 11 (InurKlste throughout tht'world. ORIENTAL POLITICS. OPPOSING FACTIONS FIGHT WITH SWORDS AND FIREARMS. Sevet sl -Men of 1't nmlnanre Slurdered Two 'J litiusnud Men Ktigttse 111 tlio Con flict -A riro lltanks Out uud Adds Its Horrors to Tluiso of War. Victoria. II. C March 20. Tbo Upton line stoamcr tiambcrl nrrlvod from China and Japan bearing a telegram from Kochi datod February 22 which statos that with tho excoptlon ot Toon and Akl districts tho wholo of the Kochi rrcfocturo is convulsed by slrlfo botweon the liberal and national pnrty, who fought with swords und lire arms. The polico and gondarracs wore quito powerless to restore order. Already tovernl men of prominenco havo been mur dered. In tho district of lied a a pitched battle was going on between tho factions, about 1000 men being ongagod on oach aide. During the warfare n fire broke out. The strugglo was continued with tho utmost fury and many wero killed or burned to death. THE EUSINESS OUTLOOK. Tim Krcent I in pro ftitettt Goes Merrily On-Nu Trouble About Monny, New Yontc, March 17. H. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly teviow of trado says, in part: Storms, buil weather aud bad roads have much retarded trudo during tho past week, reducing the movement of grain nnd cur tailing lotall trado in many cities, but nevertholrss reports iudlcale on the whole an improvement in tho distribution of goods and it fairly sustaiuod demand, in some branches Increasing, for manufactured pro ducts. Thero is uo trouble any whero about money, even at tbo Houth, markets being fairly supplied with o light but ruther hot tor demand, while at tho est n more ac tive demand Is still met by an ample supply. Ileports from interior cities are generally moro oncournglng. At Boston, n steady Increuso is seen in dry goods trade nnd sales of wool havo been free, reaching 2,OS0,U0O pounds, manufacturers are acting moro con fidently: shipments of boots uud shoes slightly exceed Inst year's for tho week; trudo in leather is good und tho cotton mills are well employed. In tho greut manufactures there is ecu- oral uctlvity, especially in cottons, though print cloths nud prints movo loss rapidly, but the domand for export goods is larger. In woollens the makers ot overcoatings and cloaklugs aro happy, and tho movement of dress goods uuu.uul for tho season, whllo n strong demand is seen for tho higher worsteds, nud a singular concentration of men's wear demand upon cheviots. In knit goods tho maiket favors buyers, but carpets nre bteidy. l'bo failures occurring during tho last seven days, as reported to H. U. Dun & Co. nad E. Hutsoll Co., for the United State number 208; for the corresponding week of last year thot figures represent 2Uo iu tho united flutes. WRECK NEAR BETHEL. Freight Train Telrseupcd nnd Six tais Destroyed by 1'lre. Wkst Randolph, March 19. Another bud uccident for tho Central Vermont oc curred between this station and Hothel about 4:30 o'clock this morning. The eugine of n south-bound freight becamo disabled and the train stopped. A train following was not warned in season and trasbod into the rear end of the first train. A drover named John Kolley, who was asleep In the caboose, fortunately escaped with his lift-, but was severely burned nbout the faco uud hands. Fire caught iu the curs next to the engine, and four cars of luinli-r, one car of lime and one of rags and woollen yarn wore entirely consumed. Iho caboose and two ears of tho forward train wero badly smash ed. 'lwo wreck trains wore promptly on baud and tho track was clear aud trains running again at 1 o'clock. GOLDEN WEDDING AT LYNDON VILLE Four JMnrrled Sony uud 10 Grandchildren Attend Mr. uud Mrs. Jitnirs Muclcln lion 5Uth Atinlserkury. Lvnuo.nville, March 17. Mr. and Mrs, Jamos Mnckluuon of this place celebrated their 50th wedding auuiveri'ury to-day, Four boiis and thoir wives nnd 10 grandchll drcu wer present. The sous presented their father with a gold watoh, aud their wives presented the mother with a gold pin. Tho grandchildren presented them with ten gold pieces. The citizens of this place called In the ufiornoon to congratulate them uud pre sented tho worthy couple with a number ot valuable pusents. Mrs. Mcoklunon's brother, who gavo her away wheu she w marrlod, was piocut. Allen Muckiunou, i well-known railroad man throughout Can ada and Nov.- Lugland, now poueral mana ger ot the Concord and Montreal road, is a son, and was present. .St. 1'iitrlck'n flay nt Iliirrn. U.viiitK, March 17. St. Patrick's day was celebrated by a bauquot in Music hall to-night. Thero was n Una musical pro gramme, under tho diiection of He v. J. Breltvette, and addrosv-'s on "America nnd her devoted sons," by M. P. Hiorduu of Barton, and remarks by leading citizens. DICE AND DEATH. A Drummer Tu!it l'oUon nud Slnil.ns for Ills I.nst Drink. AKltorr, Ohio, Mnrch 18. Ouy Clifton Wright, a travelling salesman, entered a saloon here Wednesday night and called for a glass ot seltzer. Ho poured into it thrco drachms of ohli.ro! i.) drnte uud stirred the mixturo as ho luu ..od and talked. Thin be drank tha j.oisju. lurning to the pro prietor ho said: "I'll bo dead in flvo min utes. 1 want one more drink, I'll shako you dico for It," Thinking Wright was joking, tho saloon kenplug replied banteriugly: "I don't like to take chances witli a dying man, but I'll go you." 'J he gamo was played, and whon AVright had tossed tbo dico for the last tlms, ho said: "four lives, I win," nnd placing lys bunds auuvulslngly to his head ho droppud to tho floor uuconsoious and died in a tow minutes. His wife's desortlou of blm Icxl to the suicide. llr, Juvpll llnijitti Head. Brattleboiio, March 17. Dr. Joseph Drapor, aged &8 years, superintendent of the Vermont usyluin for tho iuiaue at this place, died here this avoulng ot pneumonia utter au Ilium ot six days. 10,000 In tho I'nrade, Nnw Yomr, March 17. Bt. Patrick's : day celobrated in this city iu true Hibernian ' r,t.nn Tlia iv..tliap r.vnp.liln n n ,1 10,000 man participated iu the pnrado. Macbeth oould not equal a coliokr baby for murdering altrp, (ilvu theohUd Mollln's Food unci urweW sluuitois will Lot bo inure peace ful than lils aud yours. A FEARFUL RIDE. Mall-cat rlor Cmialit lletwexn the Uruw- bars of Two Cars and l urried 18 Allies CnAWKonnsvtLLit. Ind., March 17. It was a fearful rldo that Jamos Galbralth had on n Monon frolght train yosterday. dab brattb Is mall-carrior at Linden, 18 miles out of Crnwfordsvillo. Yesterday nttornoon ho got tho mall from the north-bound train nnd started for tha postofilco, climbing be- tweon two cars of r. freight train mat was standing on the switch. Wbllo in the not ot climbing through, tho train started, and his legs were caught be twoen the drawbars. There was no brnko for him to seize, to. iu terrible agony as ho was, ho seized tho narrow blocks along the ends ot the drawbars and plucklly held on for the awful rldo of 18 miles, his legs being crushed to a jelly as the cars bumpod and thundered along over tbo rough road bed. It seems almost miraculous, but Iho man did not faint till Uie train stopped In Craw- fordsvlllo. He was at onoe discovered and taken from his plaus ot torture He can hardly recover. Tho llradley Drn-Cat Lumber-Cutting Muohlue. Soino ot our readors will bo Interested In a brief description ot this machine for cut ting and pinning lumber direct from tho log, of which soino mention has herotoforo beou mado iu our columns. All the details of tho invention could hardly bo fully un derstood without a picture or plan; but tho main featuros aro ns follows: Tho work is done by a sharp nnd powerful knife, 12 inchos long, which Is attaohed dlroctly to the piston-rod of a steam cylinder, having a stroke of 10 feet, At euch back stroko of this cylludor the knlfo is drawn through the log, cutting off a voneor, or board, of any required thickness within certain limits. A vibratory movemeut Is glvon to tao kuifc, by means of a crank having a four inch stroke. The knlfo is thus drawn to and fro through tho wood, four times during each cut, and the "draw-cut" thus sscured, pre- onts tho breaking ot the fibre ot the wood, and facilitates tbo operation of cutting. A heavy fly wheel gives steadiness to the movements and brings back tha knife after rach cut, the steam being used at its full pressure only on the roturn stroke. An adjustablo feed motion, nctuatod. by a cum, fojds tho log to tho knife, and is graduated so that the thickness ot tho boards deliverod by tho machine can be changed from an inch down to 1-Ulth of nil inch. The woi king parts nro supported by a massivo Iron frame, 18 feet, long and six foot high, nnd there are suitable devices for holding the log ilrmly on Its carriage and for guiding tho motlous of tha knife. Tho machine requires IJO-uorse power to run it, and tho knilo makes -10 etrokus a minute, delivering ut each stroke, at the side of the machine, a portect board, or voneer, smooth ns if planed, nud without waste from sawdust or shavings. If it is what it is described to be, tho Bradley ma chine must largely revolutionize the business ot cutting lumber. A Ilenllstii, IFrotn tho Detroit Free Press. 1 "At Inst we are alone '." It was the man who spoke. Tho woman trembled and lifted bar eyes to his face. They wero beautiful eyes, but they were tremulous oyos eyes wh c i look out from a heart which is irresolute, fearful. The echoes brought back in their invisible arms the sound, and let it ripple out again until it struck the walls once mole, and fell into the vast void cf silenco. A bat, disturbed by the unusual actlvltv, darted from a corner and blindly dashed In occoutrlo convulsions about the dusty build ing. Great ropes of cebwebs hung down from the ceilinfi and across tiio corner of the room dead flica swung lightly In the hammocks the spiders bad fastened there. The dust rose iu llttloia clouds from tto shock of tha heavy footfall, und sank agnln overcome by its own inertia. Kven tho air was resting. iSllie spirit of the desolation of desolation seemed to prevadu the place. The woman looked furtively around upon her dim surroundings and shivirod. Tbo man laughed harshly. "Alone, I said," he growled. "Yes," she murmured. A faint light struggled In through tha great windows in front, thick with dust. "Whero aro we?" sho whispered, and shivered as the bat dashed Into her hair. "Listen," ho replied hoarsely, "wo aro in a store which does not ndvertise. " PEOPLE IN GENERAL. Colonel Henry Thurston, of Titus county, Tex., towers up to the height of 8 feet 3 inches. Sir C. Cnvan Duffy h!i one of the finest collections i,l laroaiul little known ., :n i"i the world ' .tit At. i Valley's successor as the kaiser'-, representative at Wttsb!ni;tjn, Dr. Von IIiilli ben, is short and stout. M. Deiblcr, the I'aris executioner, has always been ,i passionate violinist, practic ing early every morning, execution or otherwit-e. Squire John ;ico at Grayson, JC.. . : i ,i . . I -elf us a scholar in n country school near hK home. He is forty; oM. i Hider Haggard's brother, W. II. Doreton Haggard, is Hritish minister to Ecuador. He was at one time attached to the L'tiglish colony at Washington. Congressman Hooker, of Mississippi, is one of many members who regard a htraight white tie as a budge of dignity to be woru in daylight and with any costume. Pang Vuu, crodlttd with being tho rich-p-t Chinaman east of San Francisco, hits become the husband of MissAda Norton, n recent praduute of the high school in In dianapolis, w here Yun is alto in business. Young Siichetti, who recently married an heiress of the old Italian house of Har lierlni, is said to have liecoma a duke, prince, luarqul.s and count by the payment of fees that netted tho Italinn government nearly fcjO.OTK). Senator Dawes during a term of public service covering nearly thirty-five years, has never been absent from his sent in the house or senato by reason of sickness but two days, and that was quite recently, oc casioned by an attack of grip. A I.yuelilng III Virginia. WAltJtKNTON', Va., March 18. Loo Uot II In nnd Joseph Dye, who murdered the Ktnes family last full, were lynched this morning by a mob ot UO men near G-aitias-vllle, Prluco Willispi county. They were hnnied to a tree und the bodies riddled with bullets. "Angel of Night" is what Dr. Unll'a Couch Syiup has been termed by parents whose worrying and coughlnK children have been soothed and oured. and liava secntod snest slumber by nslng this excellent remedy. Prico only H cents a buttle. Krostod feet may be oured in one or two days by the use ot Salvation Oil, tho great pain destroyer. Kxpllclt Directions. Younft Ttitlcr (who hna been Invited to call) I liopo I won't have nny dlfnculty In finding your house, Miss Calloway. Miss Cullowny Oh, no; I don't think yott will, Mr. Tuttcr. Yon can tell tho houso in this way: Just beforo you get to it, on tho Hist corner, is n florist's estab lishment. Life. Taking nil Unfair Advnntngo. Strnwber What is your idea In hnving a room up so high? Fontberstono On account of my tailor. Ho has only ono leg and can't climb stairs cosily. Clothier and Furnisher. Hor Cholco. "What do you like mo in tho best?" Ho questioned her that night, As near tbo smoldering flro they sat And watched Its flickering light. "1 think I llko you host," she said, And tossed asldo her hair, "In let mo thluk oh, es, I know, That business salt you wear." "And wb?" ho questlonod tenderly, His ores bent on her faco, Whero now and thon a trunnt blush Would leave Its telltale trace. "Bocausc," tho answered with a sigh. Her eyos now turned away, "When you havo on your business suit You are so far away." Tom Jlafson In Clothier and Furnisher. An Old Story. "I thought you knowed her, Hilly?" "So I did wonst, but money stepped in ntwocn us an s.ho growed proud au 'aughtyt" Life. The seeds of sickness nnd of death I u a disordered mouth aro sowu ; When bad the teeth or foul the b ninth. Roth foul and body lose their tone. Till S0Z0U0.-;TS brouulit Into play. And sweeps thisi dire defect away. Vm. l. DeLacet, Esq. A prominent lawyer of roughkcep3le, X. Y., who was iu tlio famoui "righting Jersey Ilrlgado" under Oen. Phil Kearney, has used Hood's Savsaparilla with great benefit Pu rify Your Blood ss, a general tonic to cleanso tho blood and .larpeii tho appetite. "It Is the best anti malaila remedy," ho sayi, "that I know of." Certainly tho cordial endorsement of so prominent a man should convince you that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is worthy your confidence. Mr. Chatles 1'. Drcxel, a well know a former resident of Baltimore, Md., now Deputy City Treasurer of Omaha, 'cb., writes that Hood's Sarsapiuilla has effeoted a Ilieitomrnnl Cure in the case of his son, who when two years old becamo afflicted with UlnHgnuut Kczemu. It lirst developed in his right Is) ee, and tho dlschargo from the ramo K'vn (fAK? caused the whole face on E SytH' that sido to break out in a ii'isty, running sore. Tlio K'ft , f poor llttlo fellow was indeed I I f pltlabb) to look at. Physicians w V f.iH him onlv tenmorarv relief. flr Hu almost lost tlio sight of one eve, ' and the best oculists In Ualtlmoro fulled to benelllbltn. I'le iP' Alrs.Drexel Insisted upim uw ' 'si'iiruilla and befiue l ' h ' i looked I. tliely i. , fully Ilratoi'cu. Ill fail, says Ml. Dlvxel, "ho is the healthiest of our Unco ehildieu, Sarsaparilla and we feel that too much praise cannot bo given Hood's Sarsaparilla." Try Hood's Tills for l'.IUousncss this spring. us mm Mm PURE, ECONOMICAL. Compare quality and Price with any oilier. SAMPLE FREE. STEPHEN L. BMULETT, Importer, Ootjton, Masa. MEN ONLY. r no. it pt JtKLlliP. LAS T 1NO cunn. I will send (sealed) 1'ItF.n to any uirorr a pro srilptlon to enlaige small w ck aruund speedily cur lost msnhood.enilsilniif.vRrloooelo, tupotenoy. NKtV POrUTJVM IlKUvTAddreM CllX.i CAUSi JBo ), alarsnrslt, lnclu mw THE TROUBLE WITH WOMEN. Ti'eakStomuoh nud Wcnker Nerves. That flattering t ?7Si That terrlhla faint feeling I mat loan nt me stomach 1 T hat sweltlnr and distress after escribes It TS'it -weak stomach nd weak nerves. Thero is often . ..-A . V. . .nil Lead, rislna-of iros. billlousnesj and constipation. Then follow shattered andua trung nerval, sleepless nlihta and tired wak ing, until druci:d nut, nervous ndmler blo Is the only way of expressing ycrar feel inaa. You complalri mora than aver of tLoso feellnFsdurlnif tho Spring owing to tho addl t.on of bptitig IJobtllty. Andyit yon tan bo tuitd by lr. Greene's Nervuru. This great remedy assists dlirestion, retjulates ltrcr and bowols, tones up the stomach, and makes the nenca slron.- aud vigorous. Vso It this Spring for it is thu best of Spring Medicines, l urely vegetable and harmless. Druggists, ?1, I suITtc d mist Indoscrlbable pain in my head, paliiu my heuitwith fluttering, ami weak, nervous slioIIs. Ofteu with difficulty I could sloeu or rest, aud at times was unable to perform my dut.es, I took Dr. Greene s Ner- vnra, and mi frnprorement hatbetn bo rapid that now I sleep iouHdly, appetite and strength are returning, I thank God and Dr. Greene's Nervuru for affording me euch relief. It will ulwnys Iim our Caiullv rpniHil-. Mils. M. WREATH, Tlfl Sterling St., Philadelphia, Pa," CSyDr. Greene, tho successful specialist, in curing all forms ot nervoas nud chronic dis eases, 01 Touipln pi., Boston. Mass.. can he con sulted r, personally or by letter. Call or wrllo him nbout tho case, or send for symptom blank to 111! out, and a letter fully explaining the disease, giving advice, oca, will be returned free. II firry lloss'si K.stiuo. We, the full-Tiber?, bavin? been appointed by tit3 Honorable the Probate Court for tho District of ( lntlenden, Commissioners to re nc, examine and adjust tho claims and de mands ot all pcr-uns against tho es tato of Ham Koss, late of Huntington, in said district deceased, and also all claims und demands exhibited in offset thereto; and six months from tho day of the date hereof, being allowolby eaid Court for that purpo-e, wo do therefore hereby give notice that wo will attend to the business of our aiiDolntment nt tho dwelling house of A. H. ito-s. In lluntlnuton. in said district, on the second Wednesdays of Juno and Au'u?t next, at IU o'clock a. in., on each or said nuja. Dated this loth dsy of February. 1892. iI'aE Commissioners, DT.waw AinoH O. Spear's EHtuto. Kl'ATL OF VKIl.M"NT. I To all persons tiisiuiCT or tniiiUA'Di x. i conc-rned In the t ate of Amos C. H uur, late of liurlinKton, in said district deceased. Gnr.F.Trxo: At a Probate Court, holdeu at liiirllngton, sltliln unil for the DiVtriol of i hlttcndeii. on the 8th day of March. li!02. an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament nf aitios (!. Si er. late of nurlliivtou. in eald District, deceased, was rrtaenteu to tbo Court tforsHlrl, for 1 rotate. And It is ordered by said Court that tl.o 1st day of April. IVJi at tho Probate Court Uooni" in said liurliiiir- ton bo assUned for proving said instru ment: and that notloe thereof be t:tven to all persons lonrerntd, ')' publUhimr this order throe w eeks successively In tho Uurll ixton Freo Press k BewpopiT printed at enia uuningtoa, trovimis in tlm iltnn unuolnted. liri-fnra vuu nre herebr notified to appear before mild Court, at thu time and place afore pald. and contest the probate of said will If vn.i 1,. l- f-liMftl. Given under my hand, at Hurllneton, in said District, tnis am uhv or .iiareo. ioji S7.w3w JKNNIE STACY. Iteglster. Timothy Ld. Jlorgnu's Estato. State or Vekmo.vt, I To all perons niCTHir-r nf nillTTELMDKN. I COUCOrOf ed In the efctato of Timothy L. Morgan late of,Weetfori', in said district, deceaseu. Guektino: At a Probato Court, holden at Ilurlington, within and for thu district of Chittenden, on tlio Uth day of March, 1SW, an instru ment purpot ting to be tha lost will und tes tament of limotliy U Morran, lata of West ford, iu said district, deceased, was pre sented to tbo court aforesaid for probate. And it is orderel by said Court that tha Uth day of April, 150J, ut the Probate Court rooms In said Uun.uvton be assigned for npprovlng said Instrument: and that notice thereof bo given to nil persons concornod by publishing this order three weeks successively In tbe liurlingtoa Frej Press, a nowepaper printed at said Burlington, previous to the lime appointed, 'therefore, you aro hereby notified to appesr boforo said Court, at tho time and i ace aforesaid, and contest the probate of said will if you havo cause. Olvtn under iny hand at Kurii i;' , lns.ild District, this Hth dav of March lw.'. 3S.w3w JESXIK STACY, Iteglster. Oiir.ius L. Stovous's Ustnte. We, the Bubsorlber-., having been apnolntal by tbo II onorable tho Probate Court for tha District of Chltlondca, Coinnilaslonera to celve. examlno and adjust tho claims and de mands of all persons ncainst tha estate of U.ilu P. SUiveiis, lato of rtex, In stlddlstrlot deceased, nnd also all claims and deman sexhlblwd In offset thcrstoi and six mouths from tha day of the date heieof being allowed by said Court for that purpose, wo do therefore heroby give notice that wo will attend to the bnsinoss of. our nppolntraent, at tho Town Clerk's ofllce in hssex, in said District, on the last Saturdays of April and July next, at li) o'clock a. ra.. on each of said days. Dated this 5th day of March , U0-. T' H. : 1L TTLIJ. CoramUsloners. 38,3w ' j' Sarah C. Bradley's Estate. U'c. thosnhscrlbers.havingbeenniiiiolntedby thUlonorabletlia I'robatitourt for the District of Chittenden, Conim slouers to receive, ex. amine and adjust theciulms and demands of all persons against the estate of .-arah '. llrad ley, late ot W llllston, in said District, deceased, nnd ult.o all claims and demands exhibited In offset thereto: aud six months from tho day of the date hereof being allowed by snld court for thatparpose. wo do therefore hereby-glve nollie that w e will attend to the business of our appointment, at tbe residence of Oras iirudley. in nild Wllllston, in said district, on the third Wedne.daji. of April and August next, nt 111 o'clock . m.. on each of said days. Dated this lib day cf March, SiL Mfep AS' "'oner,. S8.w3w Dun Lyons Estate. We, tbe subscribers, bavins beou appointed bv the Honorable tho Ih-obute Court for the l'lstrictof ubitteiidfn, ComtnVsionerj to ro ceivu, examlno and adjust tbo olaimii and do niunds of all persons acalntt tho es tate of Uan Lou, Ute vt llurlinutou, in sld district deceased. and also all claims und demands exhibited in offset thereto! and tlx mouths from tho day ot the date hereof belnc allowod by f aid Court tor that ourpo.e. w e do therefore hereby gtvo notice that vro will attend to the business of our appointment at tha store ot U. W. Allen Co . in said district, on tbo first Wednesdays ot April and August next, at 10 o'clock a, in., on each of said days. ltOUliia'U. tiEVEUSON, Commissioners. D,Tr3ir 1 1 r i PREMIUMS Tho BrcodorH' Guide and Prac tical Farmer, a 40 Column Stock nud I'arm Paper, J.ssuud Twlco a Mouth. 20 CENTSA YEAR. Map of the United States. 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