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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Tuc'tlay. Inn. 30.
The pznr has un attack of Influenza
The 1'ayerwethcr will contest was re
sumed in New York The khedlvo ills-
claims nny Intention of offending Kngland
' iio inumcLi hi iiuiiiuir luu npuurnv
Trust, bnnl: of .Nnsliun, JL, has been
dissolved Vnle ndopted tomporary rulet
' 1 1 . , 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1- In iiMilutlr. t..n..
n..u..inj rit.rfrnii n crnrn ni. mitn Knr.
wick. Me., nnd not $100 worth of foodn
n airi uim:ii iiuiu mu .n-i i iiiiuu iivui
t,n!G(mnt1i Mim fjlirrin K. Smiill nrv
loiucu i up position as principal or tno
Wonuwnru fi?nnn:irr ai uuincy, iunss
Crowds assembled In ParU to see. Vail
Innt executed, but the affair did not come,
off 1'rofca.sor Thomson denies that he
contemplates leaving the Keneral electric
company President Tuttle of tho Boston
and Maine says that reported changes In
the ofiiccs of the roud are mcroly rumors
-The petition of the Knights of Labor
for an Injunction to restrain Secre
tary Carlisle from Issuiux bonds was
presented to the supremo court
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U'nrl Titmi Vinfnl nf 1 r-nn Tn l. wam
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riestrnveri lir fire! loss. S100.000 Thn
Gloucester (Mass.) agent of the American
leinpnt Tho snffl of Inn Pinlnc iron
works at Urirtgeport, Conn., was robbed
of diamonds valued at between If'JOOO and
.'t!2.')00 Important testimony for tho cov-
ernmciii was given ai ma jr.iwua
inurcicr trial at j-oruniiu, .hp.
TMio itlpi rllo. rrfnnA ir. Vi ft PlliA rtt turnout.
Hush, charged with stcallni; diamonds
from a West. Warren (Mass.) hotel
i lie uioucsier l.vinss.i scnooner nooori,
.7. Kd wards is thought to iiave gone down
J. H. Reynolds' shoe factory atllroek-
ton, Mass., was practically destroyod by
in i: I i i; iixuiiiix huiiikiiiit vinei
Mass. All the crew were saved
iTriiiin. , u 1114111, iw it. i cnuti uu iiiu
of sailing from Kingston, Jam
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hUa tn. nf. 'I'lin 1 A vnnl'uc- .In.
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in anas on ihiiii nouucni names in s. insas
L lty secretary Carlisle s conlerence
wnn .M'w aurh. mincers is nut consuiureti
Wednesday, Jan. 31.
f'nlrin.l H'nl- W llnhl. l 111.1.1..
ford. i c. was nnnointed to the consul-
ui 111c -t:,v: jiiiuiwsuiie it&vt jtim viruer
ininnc .nr. oiu nuuu ljaws men hi ui.
ioni. .iinss,. me result 01 an assault com-
iiiiiii'ii iiv iwu in I'll i no nifiirn.
IIWUl .111 IIJUL. L11U I 11UL UULl. I'l'Il
in- iviii'i'inK nouses ni ino auouo island
esislaturu will be hot and short The
llirlo.l tlifit. T ,nn Tii n t-avni, mm- nniiln
hallenge for the America's cup in '9.1
ew iMicrinmi coal imsiness to .. .
Ii alld H- -TllH Vnvn Spntin lpr.lc.lnf ivn
hat bodv A syndicate is to lmllrl nn
l iiiiprf.rnii nn fin n irunait srainm in n...
orK ine muruerer ol . oiin .Mnrsn.n I
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u mure man Bi-t.uut' rn pn?'inp n cp
as Populists are opposed to the proposed
s.lln nt hnm s An mitniohiiti 4 .
londs was refused Howard li.
lui.iiiu iiin uucaicu rtlj 111)311)11
or cninezznug trom tno Uraud
runiv raiiroau iiumarian consn rators.
...u OU.UW Llll. . l.(lii 1 XlllliiaUll,
vere sentenced to jail A collision oc-
urred btween two electric carsnt Hrigh
on (Hoston), the to inotorinen being in
ured John J. Henry A: (o., comniis-
,ion dealers in boots and shoes, Jioston,
uade an assignment Veterans of tho
oiin nnu roiim Atlantic u or.k--
iding .squadrons are to have a
eunion at Hoston It is re-
vnrtli nf thp iioir liritwlc liqt'u ..m... ..i.i.t,.
o Secretary Carlisle Governor Brown
if iihodn Island, in his innnr.ni.nl adi'n.
ated a change from the majority to tho
ilurality form of state government
.Jiit.ii 'inn. ,1 uu 11 Mill, uu I i,i gOV-
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Thursday, Feb. 1.
There was a $30,000 fire at Norwich,
onn. Pile czar continues to lmnrove
-The hotel and town hall at New Hart-
ord, Conn., were burned A receiver
or the Colorado Midland road may be
isked for- A strike on the N'ort hprn
acilic and Cnion Pacific roads Is possible
-i lie enthusiasm over Bismarck lias
it.en to an indescribable height
....... ?..t.iu,ia,r? r-ciiiu -.lilli; ill lilt 1111(1
tivided it among themselves Portraits
larrison have been sent to the pope.
hp nrrrpcnipnt. nhnnf i.rirr..u ,vlfl. -l...
-i. ....v. ntm nil; fill"
arricd out Judge I.acombc denied a
notion to permit the examination of the
njunnui me j iLuragiia canai company
I'lie National Sculpture societay wants
re necessary in bis Worlil'n f?,ir
nedal Margaret Kane of Bos
on was sentenced to seven years for giv
ng poisoned whisky to her mother-in-law
. "i-i. . r i ,
.Iver (.yass.) men were killed by a crossing
ppiili.tir ..f Vr.ll Wtt.o.. TL, nil).:
to manage and captain the Brockton
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t'lillrid frnin crw.ivwr rlU 1
utop.sy showeHhatGeorKo W. Stradlinp,
llH t illiclia (A. H.t hnv n loifl tn liav.
ivn, 4i.i. iiuiu it owi 1 1 n i L.(UBcn
-J ho city of I,ewiston. Me., netitioned
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r, i iuiv mm x crrv ere nirtue re-
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t Datibury, Conn., is declared off The
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ii 1 1 si mtueu ine incomn rnir m thu w
jti ui.. nui'iuil Oliver tussin is com-
l.ill A ..it 1. 1.
ge bill At the present rato tho trcas-
ry iieucii. win tic ew;.uuu.uiw uv JUlv I
'eter Wendhiser, aged 59, one of the
Idest merchants of Hockvllle, Coun.,
led at Ormond, Fla., of pneumonia
'lie wharf nnd buildings belonging to
K. cook, ut t'rovincetown, Mass., went
own during the gale and are a total
tppI' .Kirn In tlin ntnva nn r rl ... n
nines Uiieniey & uo., hast Boston, did
.'500 damage Ira L. McClary, aged
bont 70, one of tho leading citizens of
eacham, Vt., dropped dead Prank
iill, at Greenwich, Conn,, was struck by
ii express train, and will probably diu
om nis injuries.
Friday, Full. 3.
Cornelius Herz is ivrltlug his memoirs
ouiuu uostou uas unointir caie oi
smallpox Fire in the Pond building at
AVorcester, Mas., caused damage of
510,000 Tho Whcelor & Wilson com
pany of Bridgeport, Conn., has shut down
The president's friends assert that
Judge Pcckliam will be confirmed
Arguments in tho Fnycrweather will
case will ba heard on March ti
Frank Alpine Hill was elected secretary
of the Massachusetts board of education,
to succeed Secretary Dickinson Th
Pall Mall Gazette reiterates Iti statement
that Mr. Gladstone will resign soon, hut
the general belief is that, lie will not
Pupils have withdrawn from a grammar
Khool nt Newton Centre, Mass., be
cause children from fnmllles whore thero
had been scarlet fever were In constant
attendance The Boston Chamber of
Commerce adopted resolutions nppealing
to congress and Senator Hill for the pas
sage of the bill to limit the effect of cer
tain interstate commerce regulations
Tho house pasaod the Wilson bill, with tho
Income tax amendment, 204 to 140 Car
lisle is gratified at subscriptions for his
bonds! Scbnefer dofeatcd Slosson in
Cincinnati The Denver congre
gation refused to velcasa Itabbl
Friedman, who was called to Bos
ton Atchisen defaulted payment of
Colorado Midland securities A
paper mill nt Peekskill, N. Y., nnd car
pet mills at Camden, N. .1., started up
after n long suspension Colonel T. H.
Stanton was promoted to assistant pay
master general of the army The com
promises that peace shall be observed
toward Catholics throughout Kussla
John E. McCurdy, clerk for Smith, Tib
betts & Co., Portland, Me., is shoit in his
Saturday, Feb. 3.
George W. Childs, the philanthropist
aud journalist, whoso fame is world-wide,
died this morning at Philadelphia. He
was born at Baltimore in 180 Augus
tus M. Prawda was found guilty of mur
der in the first degree at Portland, Me
A large percentage of men pleading pov
erty nnd asking for work nt Providence
ar foreigners cast adrift by contractors
Judge Davis of Plymouth, Mass.,
threatens to bring an action for libel
against Hev. J. S. Glcdhill Joe Fos-
ter Htole a tXO diamond from Albert
Kddy nt Providence and was caught
Rev. Dr. A. C. A. Hall was con
secrated bishop of Vermont Law
and Order leagues are to bo organ
ized all over New Hampshire The
Traction company at Bridgeport, Conn.,
refuses to employ union men A
Boston man won the figure skating
championship of Canada Colored peo
ple in New York made big "hiU" on the
"coon gig" The state bank tax repeal
was defeated in the house banking com
mittee Arizona Indians are in lighting
mood The excitement over oil wells at
Fostoria, O , is increasing Artillery bar
racks at Santiago were attacked by a moh
Avondalo (GO street car sheds and ma
chine shops were burned; loss, ilTii.OOO
Rev. T. DeWitt Tnlmage is to make n
tour of the world Christopher Dono
van was found dead in a brook nt Water
town, Mass Another case of smallpox
was found in Roxbtiry (Boston) John
Morey wns drowned nt New York while
trying to board a moving ferryboat
Boston borrowed 1,000,000 lor nine
months at 3 per cent interest William
B. Brewer, a Boston lawyer, became sud
denly insane as a result of an
attack of the grip The Massachusetts
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals has taken steps to
stop tho i-ao of "chameleons"
Tho American ship Louisiana, long
overdue at San Francisco, ha? been re
ported 70 miles off shore Tho New Ha
ven Law and Order league has petitioned
the courts to investigate charges of cor
rupt practices by tho prosecuting attor
ney. Sunday, Feb. 4.
Walter Jansen of Gloucester, Mass.,
murdered Carrie L. Andrews of F.ssex,
Mass., in a music room at Boston, Ho
was disappointed in love Boston's re
lief fund now amounts to iU,177.M)
Patrick McLaughlin hanged himself at
the Cranston (R I.)alinshou.p Charges
of illegal action a re made against Prosecut
ing Attorney Gunn of New Haven
Wilbur Atkins, n demented man, has sud
denly disappeared from Saco, Me Mrs.
Susan C. Barker, widow of Nathan
Barker of the famous family of concert
singers, is dead The steamer Halifax
run into a bark and a ferryboat in Boston
harbor G. & K. G. Place & Co.'s
leather factory at Woburn, Mass., was
burned Frederick M. Homers, the
founder of the San Francisco Argonaut
and of Current Literature, died at South
ampton, F.ng An early trial of the Pol-
lard-BrcckinriUgesiiif is probable Gen
eral Lewis Richmond is dead The case
of Rev. Dr. Burtsell was decided against
him in Rome Half n block of the best
business section of Omaha was burned
Ives beat Schaefer in Cincinnati
The Brandywinu (lour mills in Wilming
ton, Del., were burned Professor Kd-
muud From died nt Paris.
.Monday, Feb. fi.
Kdward Bell of Boston cut his throat
witli a pocketknife John W. Cressey
of Salem, Mass., committed Miicido by
hanging The Harvard athletic com
mittee refused to confirm the re-election
of Waters to captain tho eleven Four
horses were burned to death in a fire at
Cambridge, Muss Bishop Hall's first
sermon was preached nt Bennington, Vt
Colonel Samuel C. Hart of New Bed
ford, Muss., is dead The mangled re
mains of an old man were found on the
railroad track near Hookselt, N I!
Dodgeville (Mass,) mills were damaged
by lire Superintendent Stump ays Im
migration regulations were violated at
Boston Franchises have been secured
for trolley li lies from Philadelphia to
Trenton Featherweights Dixon and
GrifTo are matched to fight in June
Steamer Taormlua at Now York, from
Hamburg, encountered a hurricane at sea
and sustained considerable damage A
church was blown down and several per-
Bons were killed in Birmingham, Ala
Schooner Liura L. Sprague had a hole
ktovo in her bottom while psssing through
a draw bridge nt New Bedford, Mass
A. co-operative shoe manufacturing com
pany has been organized nt Brockton,
Mass., by a number oi shoemakers
Hon. Samuel Hale, treasurer nt the
Portsmouth Manufacturing company, of
South Berwick, Me., was badly injured
in a runaway accident at Salmon Falls,
N. II Ira L. McClary, a well-known
citizen of Caledonia county, Vt., died
suddenly at Psacham, In his "flth year
The Somerset (Me.)JArgus, the organ of
the Democratic party in Somerset county,
which suspended publication, is to start
again independent politically The Bid-
deford (Me,) boaril of trade will call n
muss meeting of citizens to see about
raising a stock company to build a new
hotel Frank Merrill, a desperate
character, broke jail ut Rutland, Vt., but
was caught after a sharp chase. Merrill
broke jail live times In Montreal,
SILENT H UNDREDS
SEE AUGUSTE VAILLANT PAY THE
Tho Dnmupil Anarchist with Fri-feel Cnlni
ne Flnciw II Ii Head llenentli tlir Knife
"Death tn bo Itoiugeolsi!" Ills I.hkI
!r.v lliri'iilliiner llleliler l'nler I ban his
P.utis, Feb. fi. AVith the cry of "Death
to the bourgeois!-; long llo anarchy," Vuil
lant, tho nnarchiht, v.hoso naino has been on
tho lips of l'nrisinns ever sinco the !lth of
December, when ho throw n bomb in tho
Chamber of Deputies, paid this morning, at
ton minutes past seven, tho penalty of Ills
Tho precautions taken by tho authorities
to prevent any demonstrations at the guillo
tine were, jierfect, and many of tho crowd
that had gathered to witness tho execution,
finding that tho guards prevented them from
seeing anything of tho guillotine, left tho vi
cinity of Romictto prison, in which Vnillant
was awaiting tho coming of tho hnadstnaii,
before tho time it was expected that tho ex
cution would take place.
At G:-1.1 o'clock it as estimated that not
more than 700 or 800 people wero waiting
to seo the execution, but as it grow Inter
tho crowd slightly increased, nnd nt tho timo
the knlfo fell about 1200 wero present, many
persons standing on tho roofs of houses
from which n view of tho guillotine could bn
hnd. Kverybody wns remnrkably silent.
Thero was nothing of tho shrieking thnt
usually marks an execution here.
At 7 o'clock, So mounted guards ad vancod
to the front of tho guillotine; muskets wero
slung ncross their backs, nnd all carried
bared sabres. At 7 o'clock the olllcials en
tered Vaillnnt's cell to inform him that the
tlmo had arrived. The condemned man wns
sleeping when they nnived. He was nwnk
ened and told to prepare for death. He ap
peared surprised nnd began to reiterate tho
theories he advanced beforo the nssizo court.
Ho declared that, though it was easy to
suppress him, it was imjiossiblo to suppress
'My body is nothing," ho added, "com
pared with the progress of my principles. I
shall bo revenged."
Vnillant was perfectly calm nnd displayed
no fear whatever. Tim warden asked him
if ho would like to son tho chaplain.
"No," replied Vnillant, "1 will not see
"Will you havo something to drink:-"
asked tho warden.
"No," Vnillant replied, "I shall have
enough courngo without thnt."
As a matter of fact, tho rourago of tho
condemned man was remarkable, as later
incidents shotted. Ho was slmckled by tho
executioner's ns-istnntnnd ordered to follow
to the guillotinu. Ho obeyed tho order read
ily and, as he left tho prison, his form wns
upright. Ho walked ns ipiick as his shackles
would nllow without leaning for support on
the nssistaut.s, one of whom walked on each
sido of him. As Vaillunt appeared out
sido the prison, wearing only a shirt
and trousers, everybody bared their
heads and the troops presented arms.
The chaplain, whose ministrations Vnillant
had refused, stood outsido tho prison in
order to be near should the prisoner change
his mind. His services, however, wero not
called for. Vnillant advanced steadily.
When about SO yards outside the prison, he
sprung forward a little to shout, "Death to
tho Bourgcoise: long live Anarchy. " His
voice resounded over tlio whole srpiaie.
Vnillant placed him-elf upon tho plank,
which was immediately lowered, and his
neck was under tho glistening knife. The
moment ho was in position, tho executioner
touched the spring. There was a Hash nnd
the heavy blndo descended, nnd then tho
spectators saw the head and bleeding stump
of the neck drop into tho basket.
Bel w i-eii the Uiiih of Vaillaut's urrivnl at
tho guillotiuo and the closing of tho liaskets
containing his remains, scarcely more than
20 seconds elapsed. F.xectitioner Bidder,
who has received many letters threatening
lii in witli death if he executed Vaillaut, and
who at one time wished to resign his jiosi
tion rather than to put the anarchist to
death, appeared paler nnd more nervous
thuu V'nilliiint. in Ipss than two minutes
utter the knil'n lell, Vnillnut's body was
placed in one of tho waiting vans and taken
to Ivry cemetery, escorted by mounted
Tho route to the cemetery was covered at
a gallop. Tho remains wero ostensibly in
terred, but it is understood that, in reality,
they were delivered to the medical faculty
Tho sileiico that prevailed among tho people
during Vaillnnt's wnlk Iran tho prison door
to the guillotine wns very leir.arlcnblo, but
it was probably due to the fncl, that tho
spectators wero respectable working people,
and not tho riir-rnll" usually assembled to
witness tho putting ofn fellow being to
Auguste Vnillant was born at Mazieres,
department of Ardentiej, Dec. 20, lMil. He
wns an Illegitimate sou, and led a roving
life. He was married in the United Stales,
and by thij marriage had a little girl,
whose name is Sldonie.
He retired to Paris in 18S7, and entered
iuto intimate relations with another
woman, named Mnrehal. In the rare in
tervals during which he worked, he se
cured employment in a fancy leather
Up to 18S0 In called himself a socialist
revolutionist, but socialism was too mild
for his views, go he abandoned it to be
come an avowed anarchist.
The homb throwing in the chamber of
deputies took pi ace on Dec. 9 nt 4:00 p. m.
Instantly the. chamber was filled with
smoke. Heart-rending cries were heard
from all sides, and bhr Lemnire, one of
thndeputici, fell, hit by a piece of the
If the dynamite had struck the floor be
fore exploding a number of people would
undoubtedly have been killed, but a woman
sitting beside Vaillnnt in the gallery
jostled bis arm as ho was In tho act of
throwing the bomb, and this caused it to
strike on the border of the gallery, in
steud of on the floor of the chamber.
As n result the persons injured were
mostly spectators in tho galleries, nnd
nearly nil thr deputies escaped unhurt,
About ."0 persons were spveroly injured.
Voted tn Visit tlin Hub.
IlAnrtK, Feb. 15. Tho Grnnita Manufac
turers' association have voted to havo nn ex
cursion to Boston instead of tho annual ban
ipiet. It was decided to nccept the terms of
tho AVells River railroad, and that thn party
should bo limited to members of tho asso
ciation. llruro of Ital i c Uriels.
Ramie, Feb. 0. Tho Unlversalist society
of this city has engaged Rev. B. W. Jones
of Waterloo, Iowa, as pastor and ho begins
March 1. Mrs. Jones is nlao nn ordained
Thero was a cold wave here this morning
ami tho mercury dropped from 12 abovo to
IS" Mow in 12 hours. Granite cutters havo
Are largely the result of wise
training, but haprlns I
not possible without health.
Contains oil the elements to
moke healthy, usctul men
and women trom weak and
sickly children, and they like
to take It tno.
f.Oc. and Jft.
Free our hook " Ilfallh."
llo'v to fret
now lo Keep.
V? ANOIER'S PETROLEUM TAni-RTS
J ANOIER'S PETROLEUM SOAP, antiseptic and healing, for the toilet and tldn
rw tgs. sv rw.
I still have a
to select from, which I will sell
at low prices to reduce stock.
2 and 3 seated
also -5 fine
A full line of Harnesses, Robes,
Blankets, Whips, etc.
S7 and S9 St, Paul Strcot.
The sale includes Royal Wor
cester and Royal Bond Ware,
Onyx and Brass Tables, Piano
and Banquet Lamps, eta, etc.,
and must be disposed of in the
next ton days to make room for
my stock of Wall Papers which
is now on the road.
L. C. GRANT,
69 Church St.
Koswcll Talcott's Kstate.
We, the nulwrllierri, bavins been appointed
by the Honorable the 1'niliate I'ntirt lor tlio
I Jis-t rli-t nt Clillli'iiileii. CommliniMTN In iv
i fhe. examine and adjust the chums niul iU
mnmlKnf nil pcrMiliMij-alnM theeMiite nf Ho
well T.ileott, lain nf WIlIMon. in said ilis
trie!, ileeiiiseil, and also all cliilnis anil ilu'inanils
exhibited in nlfset thertto: ami six innnlhs
from the day of the dale hereotr bi'lnj; allowed
by Mild Court tor that piuiiiw. wi'ilnihrrefiun
lii'irby Hive nntlee that vn will attend In tlm
business nf 111 1- appointment at the r".iileiiii'
ot I.. II. Talcott. In said disti l, , nn Hie
third Tiii'silus nf February and August next,
at Hi nVliieK 11. 111., nn eneh nf said days.
Dated IhlstMi-d d.iv of .human , 1'M.
IHltA.M ALSTON, 1
llt.V . M'KVKNS. i
Kstlier C. Itobiiihon's Kstate.
Wo the suWribers h.iviiiR been appointed
hv thn llnnniMhle the I'lnlalo I'niiit fur tho
Dilrict of Chittenden, Coinnilsslniieis to ie
celve, examliieniid adjust the ehilius and de
maiidN of all peiMHH uiMiiist thnestntn nf Ks
1 tier C. Hnbinson, latent ltiehiunnd, insulddi.
trlel deeeiied, and also nil eliiiuis and demands
exhibited in nftscl thereto; and six months
from the day of the dale hereof, lieiiiirtillmwd
by said Court for that purpose, ve do there
fore hereby uivu notice thnt we will attend to
the business of nnr appointment at thoicM
deneenfW. H. Hndues lit ltiehiunnd. In said
dlstrlel on the lourth 'I hiirsdays of Febru
ary and .Inly next, at It) o'clock a. m on each
of suld days.
Dated tliH 211th day of January, lsfll.
fiEO. C. CUNNINdHAM.i """iil-stoneis.
GoorKO L. Williams' Kstate.
AVe, the subscribers, having been appointed
by tlio Honorable the l'rnbato Court tor the
District of Chittenden. Oommisf loners tore
ceive. examine and tidjtmt the claims mid de
mands of all persons ocdlnt theestntoof (lenrtfo
D.Williams late olHuntini'tnu.iii said District,
ilrccawd, and aho all claims and ilcniamlH e.x
hlhltcd in otlsel thereto; and six mnnthi from
the day of the date hereof, belnt; allowed by
said Court for that purpose, moiIii therefmo
heieby trlvo notlCM that wi lll uttendtotho
business of our appointment, at the reslduncn
nf M. M. Hates, rtlchiiinnil, .ermont. In said
District, ontlin Hecond Tuesd.us of Keliruary
and Ausut next, ut lUoeIn"k u.in., on each of
Dated thU 18th da.,v ot. January, 1WI.
V L TOWllW's. ! t-'omI"l'3ioners.
FANCY GGOOS !
Mriviltn UMfclYllLiAL. VVJ. .
fr, - r..i,. .1 ti..... t..i...i...
As m 1 1 ve hnd a finrc holiday trade nnd a
large in- case over la. vi-ar's business.
Corqs and Ssb Us.
BAILEY'S MUSIC ROOMS,
14M-151 Main Street,
Our entire stock marked at
prices to close one half and in
many cases even less.
Will shirt waists be worn this
season ? We say yes even more
popular than last. The styles
wc offer arc just as good as new,
and at the prices they should sell
in a single week. When we
chants a price in our cloak de
partment you see the difference.
Prices to close 37c, 50c, 75c and
$1.00; former prices from 75c to
Also 40 Black Cloth Jackets,
new goods, Sio.co quality 4.00,
sizes 32 to .14.
N. E. Ghamberiin.
Gooro 1.. Wiiliams' Kstate.
STATK OK Vini.MONT,
r..i.T oi- , unTKMii.N-. , UlM-"t
fnr the DMrirt nf Chittenden.
Tn the heirs and all per-ons inleie-ted in the
estate nf (ienik-c I.. William, latent liuntiiiK
tou, in raid di-trict, ilccea-cd.
Whereas, application hath been lnade tothis
Court, in writiiii;, b the administratrix
nf said e-tale, nrajim; for lieeii-n and
authority tn sell thn tthnle nf the pcr
snniil and the leal estate nt said ilccea-cd,
repiwntini; to said Cnurl that it would be
lii'iieliclal tn the heirs and all persons IntcivM
ed in the estate ot said dccencl, tn sell the
whole nf the lieisnnal and the real estate ol
said deceased, eninert the same Into nuiiiiy.
And liriiiKlui; into Court the con-ent and up
probation, in wrltiiu;, nf all the heirs lo said
estate resiilinn in this State.
Wheieuiinti, the raid Court appointed and
iis-lsmd the Hth day nf Kebruar.i. Is'.U, at the
I'roliTite Court rnimis, in said dlstrlel. In hear
and decide upon said application and petltlnu,
and niilcied public nom thereof lo be (xnen
In all persons interest, d iheieiu, by publishing
said nrdei. Inifether lib the lime and place nf
heal lie. Ihlce wcckssucccsshely in tin Ilur
liu'lnn I'ree I 'rev. a newspaper which cin ti
liile.s in the nelejilie-hnod ol llin-c persons in
1 .reeled in said I'slnlc. all whli b piiblicatlnns
shall be prc inns tn the day assigned tor lnar-
Therefore, you are hereby unfilled to appear
betniosiild Court, at the llineaiid place osslun
ed, then and there in said Court, tn make jnur
objection lo the yranlintjnf such license, it ynu
(iicn under nivh.-md. at Iho l'rnbatn Court
rooms, tbi., mill day nf January, Is'.u.
.ll:.."U': STACY, Degistcr.
Fred'U M. Van Sicklcti's Kstate.
STATU OK Vr.ItMONT. 1 To all i)crnns
Disiuii r or eiiiri'i:snr.s. 1 concerned In the
'slate ot Frederick M. VaiiSii ltlen, Intent llur
liUKlou in said Distiitt. deceased.
At a 1'robale Court, holden at llurlinutnii,
within and for the Dl-trlel i t Chittenden, on
thedthday of February, iwu, an Instrument
purpnrtliii,' In be the list will and testament nf
Kied'k M. Van Slcklen, late nt lluillnttnn, in
said District, deceased, was presented tn the
Court afniesald, forprnbate. And it is ordered
bvsaid Court that tho 1st day of March. MM, at
the I'rnbatc Couit I looms in said lliirliliKtnn,
bo assigned for approvliiKsaid Instrument ; and
that notice thercnf hi' Klven tnall pernns con
cerned, by publishlm: this order thiec weeks
buccessludv in the Iliirlinulnn Free I 'less, ,1
newspaper pi luted at said lliullngtnn previous
to the timonppnlutc.d.
Thurcfnie, ) on urn heieby nnlilud to appear
before said court, at tho time and place afore
hald.aini mutest the probate nf said will, II
)oil hne 1 ailse.
lihcii under my hand at Ilurlliiiiton, In said
Diatllct, this lilbd.iy nf Febiuarj, lsill.
JF.VNIt, STACY, ItcuNtcr.
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DL'Jll.tNOToX.flVcdaesday, eb.T, 1M1.
The indications arc thai
we will have fair wenthe?
Is causing a commotion.
Thov will not last Ions:.
Nearly 1000 fine cu3
torn made shirts from a
leading Shirt Manufacturer
comprising the accumula
tion of misfits, refilled or
ders, returned C. 0. D. or
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Sizes ranging from 13
iuclr collar to 20 inch, the
majority being in larger
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price, your choice for en
tire lot at 50 cents each.
They are mostly -white,
firm Utica Nonpareil Cot
ton with 2200 linen bosom,
made up in a variety of
styles. There aro some col
ored Cheviots, Outing Flan
nels, etc., all at same redi
culous price, 50 cents each.
Men wearing 16, IG- and
larger will find same extra
H, JK ALLEN & CO.