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Fill- BU11L1WGT0K FREE PRESB: TIIL'RSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1892.
Tilli AM1SH1CAN TARIFF.
C...LIHMeN ANXIOUSLY DISCUSS
- t- r. ruOSPECTi, IN OUft MARKETS.
n li nil tli'inrf ittlA Arttou I'rojilip
t's ! n unit All Ttmy lt-Jli" tn Sob
l iiWmo HU'nllinir Heturni to Tllnlr 31111
O , n"r ."! Kinlpf lltm N J'ruot lenlly
1, llipy ay.
:, ov. 14. T!io TsleRrtiph eem
pllblicatlou of Interview! with
morcHiitili' mn on the probnblo
i'u,la tif tbo cirrying out ot th
o tnri:? tnnery in tho United
aertftarj- Helm o( tha MunehMter
'..'t- il ccimmcrca Is reported at titiylnR
...us t.io r 'i tib.n'uu Jcfuftt on tha
' T" u: 11' WH iiiso will want to ra
tio tariff, to conform with the will ot
:"ii tmij'irity of 1 3:0 puoplo of the
..si i.v s for nny s;ioifT elinnfre,
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lth hii Irionel Atkluson of
',i adoption ot froa truil in
i ipstrt-y Knjrlish commi'roj.
. il'.'is, hu fays, uo couaiUcr
. .,!l-.. titi(H) of trade, hut
jttlo iluw.i to lu hpecml
l-angei of proihico will
I. '1 ho coat of enr
. " ; :);', 11 n aiaall cm-
. r ii i.i i:tisiin Mili.
) l.inimfacttirer inrt
. , , i-lvrtcun. ileniinK
ii r,i i r mvJ that Ameri
i t i u;m'.i hrvinK Knir-
i . . " l"i o lowering of
i i In-, "may tinvo
., i i r.ifii iu t ie tlionpor
. ii t apply our 1'i'Bii
i , 'in!, to cheup linos,
p' i'i ;..;erntluu, but I
' " i ' ixut oa of the Amor
i" n iti'miato tha industry
i je rroefotl nt OlelliHUi,
r i- lino will b impiuveil
i mil be fouud for thou
iial Uamia. "
', im .i ot Kotlnst I lnnn loin.
1 . os .lent of tha llslla't chamber of
ii - f.rnl Mr, Ewurt. His gwitt lidoii
a turnr, rojoli'n thnt tho tnritf, which
mi ve baoouio operative ngnlust Irish
i i 1C!)4, ami practinaliy extiuguish
u , wnl probaby never bo enforced.
timers wnlcoms the expected motl-
'. . f the tni'iir which has been so elotrl
i ) tho export ha".illierrhtcf trade.
'. l I nt or .Hrl.li'lv, ltii
Telegraph, speaking tjitoiiaily on
li i isiji, oxpriv-ifB 1 ,p b"liof that
., ,,i.iv it will tiei'oi.)') so dea l t int ovon
1 , ,i"jhs will vash the:r liumli of it, nnd,
. il !-, adopt fn?e trade, vine') will bo
i i Mi.i'otuo to lOoijllsb comnjorci' in Mc
u - ism. "When the new Htata of uf-
i ii lm become settled, tine Americans,"
t' "niil lndljuitnlly Mini aside the lu
c a- of Irish iutrigues, boodlo iuiriterp, log
t . i, McKmleyites and the like, actuated
ii i ,n civ solflih littered, and thoy will
icB' i 1 ,.nt the country cannot found pros
per - upon tho attempted rciln of nuother,
imr lnn,re peace at home by ouoouraRiag;
rebellions abroad. "
CUNDAY CPT.NING FAVORED.
XVorld Talr lllrectovi i.lvo Good Iten
boih for'l.li"lr AMin.
i im ago, II)., Nov. 11. The world's fair
iH.ectors to-day adopted a resolution fnvor
ln fia opening ot the world's fair gaten ou
t nudny, proviued tho machinery bo not run.
Tho directors declare that as all tho nations
cf t'..i' earth have been invited to nttmd the
J- U would t highly difceourteous nnd
in' L'pitf.blo to inform'thoui that they can
t,c i c ou Bundiiy what thoy would do were
1 . . it home.
' 'iu closing ot the gates ou Sunday,"
t y- "i'i resolution, "Means that thousands
of i ( i.nisana and mecb.nr.ics, to whom tho
. i .'..on will bs of Inestimable advantage
' t l.o ablo to attend i'.
lircctota sny tiior are in favor of al
, i i..- .ory natiou l- hold within tho
. ' iu'-'Ii religious scrvicos as it may
, i ,i tiunday. They aluo think it Ue-
i:.t ihe gates should be opon to nl
ora from different portions' o tha I
states to tin et loclally at their
CHARGED WITH HERESY
) Smith Mum IJxIaml lllmcll llofore
l li Cllii'InuHll l'rnbIory,
t . . ,..ati, U., Nov. lit. Tho Kev. Dr.
1 . bmitl., a roiiiiuaut Prosbytorlau
i -i . j ty, is to bo placed on trial to-mor-r
' 'mo tha pietbvtcry of Cincinnati for
ii. i; in a paiLpIit't writ n-n by him re-
. that the bib a coutniaed errors, as
xi truth. 'Jl-.'i rasa excites interest
'ai,- because the professor has followed
l it " fi-otslapsof Itev. Dr. hriggs, who is
1 p.aced ou trial bufota tho jireibytory
i, :mv Voik. Dr. r-until has dsullned to
n in' public hth defence.
h tiinl lhat the decision of Ihe church
' . .!. th ii i'stmiuster I'oule.sNUiu wci nn
c .. .ii thai tins lot miliary no iongor ex
i i tho vioi of 1 rebyierittn, aud
j i i'lioiluica i.actii aliy m the eamn
n thut hi had inkeu. Ha intenda to
' in,, uit TiiiiLoa and holds still that
i a ii e is tue word of Uod. but that it is
) i'1'tided t.iat everv word be regarded
li . i i.iy true aud inspired.
I n ujliiarlos nf His Trial Ilefori the
C : ( i'.'nat, Nov. 14 Tha trial of Honry
1 r . vi'd bmith, a t.'urhor of theology in
I i eminiiry, on tiie chutge r.f licroy,
' 'i lu tu-ilny botoro lho pio bytery.
....y'a .-os-ion Dr. bmuh ubjoctod to
'e I'nwson, Francs and Hoberuon slt-
i judgment upon the committee, ul
1 that ti.er in public and prlvnto
i ' had alversely cr it lolled linn nnd
' .i' n pieju lice in tba cnta. Dr. Kmith
I i t .cte.i to the rh ii runs as Iwiog li.iiuf-
.ii form rail net diiiuita and ieclUc.
' i iiiguiieuls bv Ur. buiith the piesby
ei i . u Ijig iimj ir'iy refund to sustaiu
i ' .ruiiotis. Dr. r--iuith will coutluuo bia
j : i e to morrow.
) i'i lie llHrt Blii.t tlin Ilnrtor,
l i i hargad with teaching that the inspired
nn'i - of the Chronlclai baa beeu guilty nt
us c in; sundry errors of historlo tact;
f t i ' i' author ot tha Chronicl ' has been
f . i f aiipprasaiugatitidry historic truthc,
i to inability of uuw dunging to ha
lo f ai ; thut tho inspired aulhur of tha
t "las incorporated into his narrative
r.n ' ii !i.r-?d :t h. authority material
i. iron i n i'ul.le onrce-
. iro'evur n iiUo chiirgoj with taarh
I ., i..r ihu hi'.onciil uui tbanilily of tba
. i i! author cf ti.a t.'tfroiticloa oxfar.ded
I i i other intplr.'d lilsUriu Wllttl of the
O ' . .i.'mioM.r. rhMKes are itoi'uaipu-
1 1 quoUtiona from Dr. bwith's well
j m i pauipi.le' "I d lu hi h'il.iriliip and
'I alio.. ' i'c.i i:"'.t I u b-LSa'-.o.i
st co i a'.n.e .." -d.
FISH CULTURE IN VERMONT.
Ilnvr It Vniilit Add to tin) Shtln's Attrnc
tlolM mitt flunelit Mil lit Dillon t 4.
To the Kditof of the Krco I'resi:
Hofore entering upon tho further dUcus
lion of the subject 1 mean to acknowledge
in thli way the many nords in approval of
my previotM letter which have coma to mo
from Rood men throur,ho,ut the Ktate. if
theso men would talk ai frooly to tho inoui
bers of the I.tuislnturo as thoy bavo ex
proseed theuiselves to mo 1 havo no doubt
that much uod would cninu of it,
1 was giiul to mo tho lotteri you printed
from Mr, l'nrkcr, but I cannot my that I
share iu his fear that tin nh commis.iioni'rs
may do Injury to the lMiorioi of the Htnto
by inuing licenses fur leimtiff. Stich mai
lers as that may safely lu loit to thi com-mlisloni'l-'.
'1 Ley have tho llsuln Internets
of tho Stute too murh at In-n't to do vio
lence to iheiu. l.est my position mey bo
tuisunder.-tood I will her.) iay that
I am in favor of iistliug llrcnaej to cltlzoiiii
of the State for seining lu public water
wlinu tho proper tirno corn's and utul"r
proper reitriclions. It the t-itule will adopt
propor iiiplh'i ls of husbnudiui; il resources
in the public watera tho coinmitio-iet'. If
clothed wilh authority, could not only mifu
l.v imue llcenaen for seiniiij; within proper
bounds, but such itconse-i oupbt to produce
an luootno to the State. It. it caiily pojn!
b!e to so consorva nnd cultivato tue wnteri
of the btate m to give the eportonian ample
p ensure and at tho n:uo liuia allow nil
ells, under license, to eaten llh for prolit.
'lhls would ro line apublic iiu'oiuo In throu
wnya: (1) n dlroct inciuno to the .State from
licenses; (-') a reduction In tho price of llsh
by reason or their plcntifulnas; and l3) a
voiy largo indin ct income to our citizens
from the (ipuruinen attracted to the waters
of tha KtalB.
The question of maintaining tho flsheriei
of tho htnlo in a productive condition is just
na importnnt as the iiuertiou of maintaining
tho farms of the bta.o in a iniilar condi
tion. It is perlectly practicable for tho
citizous of Vermont to so husband tho fish
resources of the Mate ai to largoly IniTonsu
ll.n pui.lic won Itli. io iatelllfieat nnd i-uc-ceistul
fanner m eimont would ndrocato
t'io rontinuou.i croppirg of the farnu ot ttio
iStutc vfilhout giving lmcic to the soil tho ni
trogen of wnich tho crops haverohbod it. Such
u method wi uid bo ilujtli to the soil. Whoa
the art ot llib culturo beconuM better known
in Vermont the iiitelligoul man will no
moro advocate tho ci'iitin'ioui robliiu;; ot,
tho waters, of the btato without restriction
and re.titutiou tuon ho now advocator do
lag tli'i 9uuio thing to tho boil. Such liulli
cd i are death to t l.o lisherita.
J i nt with a Einutil outlay by tho State and
proper redrictior. and cuoivutiou the thh
lug interests of tha htnto may bo multiplied
indefinitely. The lato tipeucor 1". lialrd,
than whom the world has known no better
authority, held that us a food pro
ducer each acre of water Is cpta! to seven
acres of land. If tbii .8 a fact nnd it can
not bo doutrod how iiuorlont become
the 'picsfton of fish culture to Vu uiout!
The fish and ganio laws of tho Btato should
be overhauled und amended no ns to ho con
Biatont. Thc-e laws should bo gouernl and
apply to all the waters of the btate. 'r r
iiiout is a small Ktato and tho condition uio
ko hi iiiilnr throughout that there is no no?d
of special legislation. Uio pretcnt laws nra
rinJerod defective and in son.o cases nuga
loi y by sieciul legislatin. A3 in many
other matter.", rpocial legislation in regard
to such public property ra the Ihh nnd i;amo
of ihe Btata is a cursj and not a Llesfin.
Among methods of fish culturo one ot the
most important is that o.' tlih-woys con
trivances placed in a river bod or other
courso frequented by l'mlmf, to enable them
to pass freely to and from U.uir spawning
grounds nnd tho waters thfy livo in.
need of such a fl'diwuy through the bandhar J 0f Ktitiund, Ceorge AV. .Smith of White
bridge Is most imperative and should receive Uiver Junction, II. It. Lawrence of Ilraltle
pronipt ntleution from the pietent Legisla- t,oro, 1. W. Llemoutnf llmliind, Josoph
luic. I Uait-1 of Mnl.Ubiiry, M. S. Culburn of
'J ho whole llsh nnd game question is a i .Atoncl cster Cntro, H. AV. Keyes of Now
puraiy practical one ant it tl.ould bo di- bury, K. V. liiownell of Il.irl.ugtoii, F. H.
voiced from tho sjntini?iiti.l. It i9 till very i I'rringtou of lliumjcn.
wed tor llic lloo A me lean citijli to do-.
uio ml liberty to go when l.o pieusea into tlo
woods and indiicriminntely l.ui in whatever
way ho pleavea the ganio birds of the Bta'.i.;
ur to invade tho public waton nud slaiigii
lerl'isubviho banol with dynnunto and
eeiue. Hut are thee th'nH among lho
rights nnd prmhgeN vtnru should bo
granted to him 't 1 tbiuk not.
I think it tho limy of the State's law
makers to look after tha inteie.ts of the
who!.) r-tate. to protect lho nublic uronertv
I 'u far as possible fur the buueht of tho pnb
! lie, A part of tho Ktalo's p.'onei ty obvi
ously is tho tlsh that iwira in tbo public
waters, and tho wild gRino Hint makes iu
homo for a part ot tho year al least within
the btc'-o. No individual can acquire u
aole i'n;i)i in
such property. It is ensily
pjuslble by rausonable
laws aud by
j.ropugalloii to kie
up the supply
of llib. but the paiuo is not so
easily rnanaqed. It In wjll known to
all hniiterH that our supply at iniall game
is rapidly decreasing and our mouutains
are galling ies and less attractive tu the
aportsiuan. (July a foiv d iys ago a piomi
neut New York gentl"iMfio wr.o lues in
Vermont durUig tho s'jui'ii.r lold mo thnt
he could get very little stiooting in Vermont
now and the rstnto was lod.ug Its altract'one
lor him and his friends, Aud a woll known
spurtaiiian of ilurllugton mvb no wou.d wi.l
lnslv lorego the p!easuii.s of tbo sp.iri for n
itw years it tlio game count bo abpoiutii
protected from killing during ttn period, co
serious does he consider the future of ganio
in ormont under the rrosunt laws, (inino
and Hah are wealth lo Vermont. Hveiy
aiii; er ana sportsman who is attracted to
the rituto by tha tUhing a :d sliooting tpouds
a good deal of mono wituin her borders
and la nlten attracted so strongly as to ba
coma n lojidaut.
Hut suppoio wo attract not ody, are not
our game and llib worth preserving from
tutal destruullon oven for a futuie genern
lion ot Yeriuontera ? Huppn the State by
rigid laws compels all her citizens wlu wish
to secure game to do i lu a inunly way,
would It not bo a distinct benefit to its citi-
7'Jiiship ? .SnpiO"o we coiupal every man
twitu tuo nxception noted uliove) wliowuuts
a bass ur a trout to take his' rod aud lino
and angle for him, Iol him match his rea
son ami trniulug agnin.it the insiiact aud
cunning of these fish nud when he docs
catch them he will feel much more liko a
in en than It ho had killed tkenf by the brute
loi ce of a seme or dvnaifiite. dr If ho
wonts game compel him to tuko his gun nnd
go hunting lor partridges, Ha will then
have to show skill, a quick mid sharp nye
nnd aeoiiratenlm. To hum will give him soma
training iu brain and brawn; it will increase
his admiration for nature and pal ticularly
fir ainmate natuie nndgivo him henlth and
pleasuie, satisfaction with himself and pride
in his skill, lint what pride cm the man
have who meats into tlio woo. Is to n ,i n
suaio for n bird and t lien utter the bii 1 is
i uigtit laturus lu tho saiii old way to tuku
him out Away with auoh methods. They
do uot our. vale honesty (or iiianllntfi, l.st
us havo manly sportsmen at homo and en
courage all who delight in manly and whole
norue sports to como to our Stale.
Jl al 1 11 . tn.D.
Curlinjtcn, Nov. It, lbUJ.
IMPORTANT MOVES LOOKING TO
WARD MORE RIGID RESTRICTION.
'the Ailinlnlstrntlmi Will Nut Abate its
.at In the Mattor nf Snfegnnrils
Airulnat CliiilKiH Jli'etlliii of Hie Sonato
liiiinlar itloti Coiiiniltt eu furthcoming.
"WAMitsiiTn.N, Nov. 1 1. Secretary
Clint les 1'oUer unld this morning that thero
is uo foundation for the Impression appar
ently tirovalling in certain sections of the
country that tho adinluiitriitiou him modi
lied its policy restricting Immigration, ns n
precaution ngamst the introduction of chol
ora. Hn said that snnilnry cxporla declare
that cholora will undaiihtedly ro appear In
tho spring, and thnt it will be dangerous for
tho federni authorities to relax their vigi
lance in keeping out of tho country all
persons or met chandiso ut all likrly to carry
tho germs of tho droad contagion.
The president's order of .seplembor 1 es
tablishing a "0 days' quarantine r.galn3t all
immigi n-.itH nailing frmn forolgn jiorte to tho
I nitp.l Ktolo after thnt doto except In spa
cinl cu.ei, is still in full force nud oHort;
and Secretary foster said ho saw no pros
pect of its mo lification or repeal, in view
of the poitiblo reappearance of cholera iu
As an Indication that tho department
does not prnpoio to re-opou tho gnloj to im
migrants, tho socretnry snld hn had ordered
the detention nt Capo Charles nf nearly
.1100 immigrants who had omo fiom
llrouien In violation of tho president's
order. Ho raid that ho regretted tho hard
ships imposed by thl.i uction, but ho felt
that a stand must bo tnkeu In the matter lu
order that theie may bo no room for fur
ther misnpprohonsion as to the policy ot the
HORSE URhEDERS' ASSOCIATION
Of Vermont Muni fur llli'ctlon of Ofllcors
mill Oilier I!iisIiiimh.
lliiAMio.v, Nov. 10. Tha annual meeting
of tho Vermont Assiclatiju oi ltoad and
Tiot'.lng Horse LreedutH was held nt tho
Hotel brnndou WndnedJnv. The meeting
was called to order nt 11 o'clock by Col.
Oeorgo V. Honker, piisnlentof tho associa
tion. The s-'crotary's and trt as.uror'.i re
ports weio read, showing a good balance to
tho association's credit. Dr. 11. 11. Jlc
li tftv, executive commissioner for Ver
iii' Ul nt tlio world's Columbian exposition,
win present and spoke of tho npcosd.ty of a
furl her appropriation by our Mate i.e,;i.s
latum for a proj or exhibit of hir Morgan
tiorne'i, nnculturnl intort-st", etc. He was
followed by ,'oseph l.nttell and C. M.
Wiualow, w ho presented a loiolu'ion cov
ering this point. Aftoi'hOino minor rcutino
work was transacted tue meeting adjourned,
A meeting nf tV eX'-cutiVJ lio ird was
theu called und tin following oflicers wore
il-cted: I'loidout, tieorgo V. Hooker,
llrattleboro; vice pros! lauis, 11. T. Cutts,
O'-v.oll; lleorgo W. llotideo, Morrisvllle;
secretary, Dudley C. llrown, llraudou;
li ensurer, C. A. Chapman, l'errnburgh.
.John Cramptcn, H. T. Cults and 11. V.
.Kmith warn appointed a comnnttoj to io
cido on tho place for holding the next ex
hibition and report at a meeting lo ho held
at tho Qirdwuil House iu liutiand tho lust
Thnrnday in January.
'Ihe members of the executive committee
are: J. C. 1'urkor of (,liieclie, V. Ki-wiiiil
Wobb of Slwlliurue, A lllinin b. Bailey ol
Knst Ilnrdwlck, Y. At". Moore of H.ioro
ham, C. K. Untea of Derby, V. C. AVi.lt.iun
ot Coventry. M. II. D"inin.; of Arlington,
Hnrrv l.owo of Montpelier, J. AV. Crnmt-n
'Uio Oniitml Vrrmiint .llalllns Com
inendalilii I b 'lieu in lis Itriiln.
In speaking of improvements on tho Cen
tral A'ermout, tho .St. Albans Messenger
"Anew bridge is being built between
AVcst lieiliu ami Northlield Fnlls, on tho
Centr it division.
".-uLntr.ntinl repairs ou the New London
bridge aro wull (ihng, and when lliiirhcd it
will contain four now spins.
"Uheu completed tlio bridge at Rouses
I'olut will bo practically a now ttructnre,
Uio old treaties have beon torn away and
new one) have been placed. The troetlo
work extends IIUOO leot, the ontiro length of
"The new abutments being put In on the
Uradloy bridge, Willialon, is Ihe largest
piece ot wo l. ol its kind ou tha road. It
is to Imi 00 teel high, TO ftet wide, nnd will
contain U,2 10 ynr In of masonry.
"It Is exiected that woik on the St.
John" brnlgo will bo tliilshed before winter
eta in. The bridge is being thoroughly re
constructed, Several hundred piles aro to
bo driven, and a new nun draw, wilh two
opening", will complete tho improvements.
span of tho 1'iku river bridge, ut Dos
Rivieres, I alo being rebuilt bv tho A'er-
mont Constructinii company.
A featuro Hint cnimiiouds Itself is now
being introduced by the Ontral A'ermont
Railroad company lo further protect tbo
lives aud limbs of its employes who occupy
hi'7tiidoii9 positions on tlio roud. It Is a
very simple devU'C placed l'O feet each way
Irom bi idges under lpj foot clear height,
They aro called "tell taloi" and am to warn
trainmen on top of frv.ght cars of the ap
proach of a bridge, Thosn "tell tales" con
sist nartly of wiro and manllla ropo hang
ing from u cross beam so that the ends ot
tho lushes will bo 14 foot ) iuchei above tha
rail, Tha height of a freight car variss
from It! lo 111 feit 1) Inches, o that train
men vi id bs struck about the body by theso
suspended ropes ami given ample time to
get out ot hui in's way. The now bridges of
lho Central A'ermout railroad stand !!1 feet
in clear height and it will bo nunavessnry
to provide these structures with tho sig
nals.'1 Atiinllcntl Clinlrl n,
irrom the Daily Itoveille, Wliatcom. AA'nsh.l
"l.. Iiiirnoit, Uio democratic candidate fi r
s'n rilf was lalii'ii tin ently id at Cleai hri ok,
Hu h id all the HMuntoms of Asiatic cholera,
and for an hour or two It was feaied he wou.d
die. I liry 11 in 1 1 1 v gHVu tilui a done ol t li'iinlii r
Iain's I ollc. (.'holtra and Dlan hoea lleincdy,
w iu n lorlveii li ii u until a nuvvlrian arrived.
'i ii.a .s prei'iielv wli.it tho niuinir'u'iureri if
lli.it iiieii'riiie rei iimiiiniid for cliolera. J-ond
for ii nh "lel.m ht.t irho their nii'dieluu until
the i'h siemii arrlvt-s. If cholera Uccniiios pre-
vHleid in tins euiiuiiy next suinmoi' Itiu pie
p irHtlnit will he lu itreal demand h"raUNU it
i ii, always, he dcuunilid upon, ror hiuo by
Ili-A'inrn A- l.owrey. HuriliiL'tuii. and V. 1J.
Mi'!.:i, i.ssux junction.
Have Voir AsiIuiihV
After trying every other i et icily in vain,
lliuusnn.is Imve uveii ou "rd by usinir SeldlT-
iiihuii's Asthma lure. 'I rial pactnire free of
diuailsts ol bv mull. Addnss Dr. 11, r-tliiir-
muiiii , t. l'unl, .Minn, .vienilou this paper,
Dean's Illieiiinnllo I'lIU aloluiy onro
rhaiituti1m.aud neurlghv. Entirely yoiietahla.
l'alilty or a Stato Agent Ronoernl tile
Iterlnic he Controveriy.
AVasiiinuton, Nov. lli. Tho 1'ost to
day piibllshod an article stating that Ivau
l'otrotl', a special ngatit of tho Htnto and
formerly in tha census ollloe, had beau do
tectod iu tha act of furnishing false In
formation to this govornuunt In rclutlon to
tho seal Industry ot AWitu and which bus
boon embodied iu tho ( reparation of tho
lierliig sen caso tor arbitration.
Tho article says that wheu tha btato do
partuient bogau the task some months ago
of preparing the llerlng Boa cna for nrbl
tiatlon, it was learned that 1'etrolt had
taken the consus o( Alaska for the United
Utates government In 1 titJO aud lbl)U, and
had written tha iiionogroih issued by tho
bureau of statistics for tho treasury depart
ment on Alaska, retrod.' wni thoiefore
suuimoiied from the census bureau to the
State department, and was iullliitod with
the oxainiunlion into mid compilation of
certain facts relating to tha scaling Indus
try. Homo time nftor ho had submitted a ro
port to tho department, ono of tho govern
ment's Rpocial attoroaya while examining
tlio data, discovered au error. Closor In
vestigation bhowed that nearly the en lit o
information furnished by l'atrutf had beeu
fulsilled, but in a uianuer which left no
daunt of falsification with wilful iutout to
deceive This discovery astounded the
Htnto ofliciola. Tha llritlsh government
wus at enco notified that tha United Htales
had been led Into errors ot statement mi l
wus Informed that a correction would ba
made whon the counter case, ns tho Mipple
luoutary papers aro tartujd, was submitted.
The nrtklo iurther says that the dla
coveiy has cieatud considerable excitament
in otllci.il circles. Tho kuperlnle.ident of
the census has beoa iu conference with the
president, thu hocretnry of state and the
secretary of the iutcrior regardiUg his faith
less employe. Tho question lias arisen. If
lletroll'a work has been falsillud in ono in
stance, tire uot his census figures also unreliable.
WAGE WAR MAY RESULT,
Should Cotton Mill l.iiiploynt ot Now
KiiFlend Ilouiniicl an Advance.
Fai.i. HiVKit, Mass., Nov. 11. Tho gen
eral demands that are being mnde through
out the New Huglnnd Stales for on ndvanco
iu tho wages of operatives of cotton mills
aro being discussed in labor circles here
with ull absorbing interest, Tho demands
are being made lu accordnnco with a plan
outlined at tho last mestlng ot the national
mules spinners' organization, and their en
forcement will depend ou circumstances
which nona ot tho lenders can foresee at
Much of the vigor has been romoved
from tho domnnds made by tho local spin
ners, because of tho voluntary action by
manufacturers, but should the lllockstone
Valley, Lowell and Lawrence spinners mot
with nny oncouriigotuoiit, tha local associa
tion, under the l a leribip of Seerctar r How
ard, will press their demands, which tnoy
propose to makeformally within asliort time.
UNCLE SAM ALERT.
Ills Snmonn lnti-ests will Uo Seouteil in
t'nsn of 1 rouble,
Ni:w YORK, Nov. lo. I'ho Herald says
that Washington authorities evidently fear
that serious trouble may nrhe at Sumoa
nnd havo decided to order tho Hanger thers
to protect L'nit'd Stoles lutore.t. Uoth
political aud Ijtis.iK-s ulT'drs are leputed as
being iu u bad w tiy.
I'mni a 1 ninth stiiry AVlndow.
HonIox, Nov !l While in n lit ol
Insanity, Kiiitn.i KMridgi", .('.I years of ngc,
living ut .lb O.ik sliect. jttmpcil from a
fotirlh Ntoty w iiniD'.v at her lioiuc, break
ino her left ti;i nut1 in.iiiriiij; lieisi-lf n,-
nnd showed sir
en III i or
l.nsi Ills root.
Hosto.v, Nov 1 1. I.iwrcncc Killion of
South I'r.'imii gliiini, Mas., who went to
w oik lor th" Old Colony railioad ;-atitr-iluy
iiioriiiug, in Hn .witcliingdepiiitmciil,
was i ii': over by it locomotive, lu-inn hi.
Powder MmkhIiih lispUnlos.
Xl.(IAI!A 1'M.l., X. V., Nov. 14. A
powder magazine exploded lie re. tine
nun; vviin killed ami two seriously, but not
Cnnuillnii N'wspnpers TiilinntMl.
MoNTitKAl., Que., Nov. 11. Archblshcp
Fnbre has forbidden Catholics to read tho
Canadian "Hevue" aad "L'Hcho du Deux
Montagues," on pain of withholding sacra
ments, These papers havo beon carrying
on a vigorous ngltntion ngniusi nuugeu
clerical abuses and lavo been very out
spoken lu their criticism of tho clergy and
Huewd Smiijrglnr Ilatficnd.
Nkw Yor.K, Nov. 11. Louis Mark, a
passenger on tho French steamer La Rour
gogno was arrestei to-day for smuggling,
On examination it was found that he svoro
around his bodv a tack thut resembled a
life preserver, and in it were found Gd gold
watches worth sllLliO'.).
rlva Dentils I'mni is Holler
IlKVDlNU, Pa., Not. 11. A
attached to a tram of ompty coal cars blow
up early this mornlug near Schuylkill Ha
ven. 1 ive meu were killed aud several In
jured. The bodies of Ills dead wcia terribly
Tlread Winner" outwears all other
A simile trial of Ur. iienrv tlnittr's .Man
drake Hitters will convince any one trnuhUd
with costlvenoss, torpid liver or any kindred
diseases of their curative properties. They
only costs S.A cents prr bottle.
I)n not Htiniinse. that became it Is recom
mended for annual that Arnica Oil l.lnl
nietil I an nllensive' nrupariitioii. It will not
s'.iuti clothing or the fnlrest suiii.
Downs' F.llxir w 111 e uro any couiih or cold.
no mutter of hov' loan stnu.li'ii-.
7StVttSI-sa-Siv . VMSXVS ! SV v-(-v''
They are blinJ who vl
uot iry to ot
Icr tho diaortters which
nrow out ol I"iilreil J
II I C " 1 1 " il . l'r i
Wsiik Ntniiiacli.Con. s
ll.lvrr. Micit iifuii'C
,.rhi. ur imv llliui !
; ami AVrrsni ullmrnis. they take the
. pl.ic ol an entire niedit'ni chest. J
COVERED WITH A TASTEUSS AMD
Of all .'nici'i.', I'rlre US ee-nts a boj.
New York Depot, s?s i.anii M,
AA fit i- mill Tear.
Jt , - 0-1 I n e 1
Muggins You are pcttins to look right
old, Uncle PI! Too much Imrd work, I
L'ncle SI Ttilti'tso tnuclidc lmrd vvlllt,
boss, but it tim dc cbcrlustin vrcir nn tewr
m ii piissiin' mind tryin to lib vvidont
will: vvliiit.'fi tclliii on eluole ninn. Trtitli.
Couldn't Afford it.
Tlio womnn with a ring em every finger
wus a queenly bounty, with tlio festal
tlcinc-nt, l.tiyely pri'iloiiiinntn over the
comeliness. Slio !..id a liiii'li I-iilii-tiot-iny-brotlierVUt'cptir
look in Iter eyes as she cu
teicil llic Ktoecry Moio iirtiitml the rorncr.
"Arc tlioM' totnatoes frcsli?" sliu elc
A clerk with tliln, sandy hair nnd no
lic.'iril linstclii'il to ns.stiro her thut the to
iiiatoi;.s were jusit from thu soil.
"Is that celery crisp?"
"Those cabbages free from decay inside?"
"Those melons riper"
"These lemons juicyf"
"Thusu cranberries rcdelcnctl on tho
The woman glanced pcornfully about
"How aro you sellitiKbuUcr?"s.hc asked.
with a cold, stony flare.
"Thirt y rent!, inu'.un."
"Thirty centN-. AVell, I declare. I"
Shu was sweepim; toward the door.
r-"e,iiiic over to order an eighth of n
pound, Im' 1 can't alToi'.l it."
The clerk with the thill hnir went Into
the back part of the store to collect a few
thoughts. Detroit Tribune.
Salvation Oil is tcneHlinir its c tirceof neural
ghi, rheumatism, he.tdai no. and to ithat-ho
every day, until tholr name is legion. Price
A mil ii nitre had a hnhv titer In the Lous,
for a pet. A'ery nice as long as tho tiger staid
little. Hut tln ticrr got bigiK-r and hit il.e
loan's hand olt. A eniigli Is a Imhy tiger, L'sc
Adnmsnn'a Hotnnlc Cough I'als.im.
,-- - ; . . . O JZ.,
iff-.!'.'' - K'. I Ml ...1.1
Sir. llurvcj Heed
I.aci j die. O.
Catarrh, Heart Failure, Pa
ralysis of tlio Throat
"I Thiiuli Cod nnd Hood's Sursa
liitvtlla ;'( Vrrfrc.l. Jlrultlt.''
" Centlcnieii' I'or the benefit of MtflVi'lng hu
manity 1 v lsh to state a few facts Tor several
vears 1 have sutTi'ied from cal.uih and heart
falhiie, gelling so had 1 could not work and
Could Scarcely Walk
I had a veiy bad spell of paralysis of llic throat
some time ago. Mv tliro.it se-med closed and
1 could not -Million. Thu doctors s.iid it
was e.uiNed by heart '.ulurc, and gave inedii'ln",
which 1 look according to directions, but It did
not seem t i do in" anv good. My Wile iliged
me to try Hood's s irsapanllj. telling me ol Mr.
Joseph C. familh, w ho had been
At Death's Door
hut was cnliioly cutcd by Hood's Sarinpnillla.
Alter talking with Mr. Siiut'i. 1 conehide-l to
trv Hood's Hars.'ipaiill i. When 1 had taken
two bottle l felt vciv nu.ch hettei. I li.nn
continued taking It, and am now feeling cverl
lent. 1 thiiiilv (iod, Mil
and my wifn for mv restoration lo pri-fcci
Iieulili." ItAitvr.Y llruo, l.ac, yvill.', O.
HOOD'S PILLS ilo not purfe. pain "r gripe,
but act nrompUy. easily uil euiclcutly. 22c.
25 pieces choice
Colored Dress Goods
39c and 50c quality,
your choice for 29c a yd
Feather and Per
sian Band Trimming,
regular price 50 cents a
yard, your choice 39 cents
Beeman, Hunt k Co,,
114 Church St.
Don't bo deceived by Ignorant,
uiiscriiiiilou ftikirH nnd confi
dence inrn, nssiitninn; to offer
"Indian Uctnedie.q," mid who
pretend thut, their no'.trums nra
made by the Indians.
and other Klclcnpoo Indian
itcmc'lie nrc TIIK ()M,T (JKMI.
IM: 1MIIAN KK'IKDIKS MADE
AM) S(lbl) IV AMKI'.It I.
The word "Kick upon " Is copy,
lighted and theytiare not -teal
Tie ui" von get " Klrknpoo ltetneille,"
and re tint cierj tint t In or po-ksgo bears tlilf
fc-slniih' signature thus :
Distributing Agents, ."'Jl tirand Ave., New
Haven, I'I. Tlicse nennlau IU'iliu Hernedl' i ara
lint peddled but ale sold at alt drug atom.
IV S3 ET JP T S"'l ,,irec -'e- stamps to psy rot
C SiLCET. a:r(., mni ne UI ti.ull jrnu frit a
thrlllhm- ano Intrnselr Intrrestbiz honk of IM
nidi's. 1'iillilMl "I, H i: t.MI blK.Mlsj Al).Mi
llll, hit h.H'IIO IXIIIAS."
Iills all about the Indians.
If this Flour docs not
than you ever had on
your tablr- before, return
it to your Grocer, aud he
will refund your money.
FloAver Holders for Pansies,
1 Violets and Da.sics. A very few
floAVcrs thus distributed make an
effective display, much better
than being crowded and crushed
in bouquet form. They also re-
I tain lifo and freshness a longer
1 NEW SALTS, the finest ever
made for the money. They are
' riowF.u Iloi.mr.3 in other
shapes, very pretty.
Toothpick Holders, odd shapes,
2g stoy Organ,
r"-eiu's of Populurily.
lu.vfviurmi vMAt'Hii r.f skxt na r
0. G. PETERSON,
U Church St.
CARPET II ATjTj.
YOU KNOW THIi &xOlvlK
Irish Point Lace,
Real Brussels Leco,
Swiss and Muslin,
Fine goods ami new pat
terns ; also a large stock me
dium and Ioav prict i goods
from $1.50 to $5.00 per pair.
Ncav goods opened this
week, all chenille goods and
vrc are offering thsrn low
For the next V i.
days I will scl! my
Side Sp- n L '2 eg
Etc, E Etc,
to make room for tV 'arrest
stock itiul finest style j o one,
two and three-seated s'et , 's ever
shown in Vermont. I a'so keep
a larjje line of Harness, Wol
and Fur Robes, street and SiaMe
Blankets, Sleigh Ik lis, VT iil 3,
W. Ha CLARK,
87 nnd 60 St. Paul St,, liur,.ni;f n, Vt.
A FEW DESIRABLE
Granite and Marble
iViyHulVlllh 1 5
on hand that Ave wt'l sell
At Very Low Prices
To be set up this autumn.
. W. GOODELL
257 Pine St.,
BURLINGTON, .... Vl'RMOST
u88 n V6
to show horse owners t .e st
line of street and stable bUinkcts
I have ever bought. All we'gfhta
;tnd colors at prices to su t all
)tirses. l?o sure ami soe them
lit'l'ore you buy.
George 1. Hagar