TUB UUllUNGTON J?R13K PRISSS, THURSDAY. JliVR 4, 1800.
LYDIA A, STEVENSON FREE
JUDGMENT OF COUNTY COURT RE
VERSED DY SUPREME COURT.
Indictment Connhlornd losulllotoiit unil
Oimnllcil nnil lti'Miondont DUi'liutxeil
- Win ilnii ii'Ktpil on Another
RUTLAND COUNTY POLITICS.
Hxrltlm; Contemn fur Mniuilnr, StnteM At
torney und lltiloctito t" "lute Ciitivi'iitliin,
IUltItiti.1, VI., May 2).-lotltlcnl mill
tern iii'' ut 11 feer beat not only In thin
city, bill In tin- county. There In n colt
i , hi In i v.'. i n A. (I. Miotic ot WiilllUKfonl
nnil ir II. Knrrlnftlon of lli'aiidon for
tho Bfimtul'MMii. WulllliKfortl comes for
ward with the claim tlmt It ll.lK ln'i'll II
viuint Hlncc It wan recomilzcd nl the coun
ty oiinvcntliiii, mill A. O. Mlono will bu
irirtctitcil im Its inn ti for Arnutor H
ill,. thl Mr. Ktotio'n minimi-tcru claim
IMoi.inf 1 r Vny 28. The flnlnltliiff of Ihr for tulr ramlldntc tln honor wneii n i-
nriiniMi v ' i liaticery 0110 of llool.er resrtitntlvo nt the hint HeRlnlaturc or malt
& Son x M' l.cod et ul from Caledonia Iiiij: a chnmto In iome fi iilurcM or the iirohl
i oii'i v v in 'i were commenced yesterday Mtory law, which, they claim, vveto ob
i t i a i n.e part of thin forrnoon'it moxIoiih to the people The fcittiiron re
ins ut i f lv Hiiiueiiio Court . i ri rreil to were the moiety dance In the
li of State vm. I.ydln A. Steven-' old Inw. The penalty for druiilciiiiciiH
who vv .- convicted of an aliortlon vnn channeil tiy his effort from n (ciilence
One and a half teaspoonfuls
.M I St. 'Ha Houghton In .lamiary,
in I'ni'diHn County Court, the Judu-
ii t i r 'in- County Court was tevemed
i' f. r i i in. Verdict ct aside. Demur
i . " 'i it Indlrtmenl udjuiltfotl Insuf-
iiet tuudiul and the n siioiulcttt
d. She turn soon after ronircft
, ul y SlierilT Joint li. Tuttle of
lit' to answer to another Imllot-
asnlnst her In I rnnklln
I, -4 li r
1,1 Ut plllUlllf-'
Con i'y Coot',.
M . , i I ft, .ill Klllntt vh. i:. li. Jen
K'n rom C'l ilniila county, orutrix ninl
ii v i' ire lii'-'piiud nnd wife nnil claim
ti rl III ' lln nl'll occupy milijeet to the
' t i' n lrthcrly half of Iiuzacll
lo Si Jiihn daily village subject to
i v,i owned hy defendant, In
ii.l nl ' inlmtmr a rlubt lo the land
i t mi, owner ninl hy an ndversi!
ion ot mure tlinn 1.", yearn subject
I I ' r : .- 1 1 1 to tine oh a public hlirh
i .'!-m on the land In dispute
" - oiiliii rated the old driveway
mo ii ones, which he grndi 1
I ' '
ti tl.i i
i i.i wit i noil. Orntrlx claimed
it-.. I' ml by virtue of n ibid.
. ' ml; nt claim to be void as
. -l nit IiIh claimed adverse)
f , '
V ir'i J
fLi n ii
it i' urantPd a perpetual In
i.i ulntr the defendniil from
Inconsistent with hi- llit
if the public for the p'ir-
.hvvny from which deer." dt
il'd. Dlinnctt nnd Slack for
orator, Hiitca nnd May
to the lloil."e of corteclloil lo that of the
county .hill, Ills tipptirtcrn ftiillier claim
Unit Mr. Stone wiiii the llrst roioosonta
tlvn who wax able to nialie an Inroad on
the prohibitory law.
on the other hand, Mr. VnrrliiKton's
ft lends comii forward with the claim that
their c'liulldnle hn a clean perxoniil rec
ord. I an active business man atnl ha
taken a Rrcnt lnleret In public n ffitltn. Mr.
l-'iirrluirlon lin been one of (he leadliifc
Kplrlt In the Vermont llreedcru' aoi'la
tlon, nnd I wet! known III nil part of
the county. The context between the
two men I Very Hlinrp. Until purlieu have
made n lliorouRh ciinvaxx of each town,
atnl each, n uxtinlly Ix tu cnxe, claim
the nominal Inn at the county convention.
There Im no denylnif but that both lin n
have n xtrmiif following.
Till N not the only eontet enrrlid on
In the I'ouniy W. II. Howland of I'oiill
ney and Y. II. 1'reloti of Knlr Ilnveti are
rttunliiK for Plato" attorney. Mr. I'reii
totl ha acciptnbly tilled the olllce Tor
one term, mid In In eve,-y way a Htronc
man, btil Mr. Itowland, on the other! Hm
hand, ha a Juxt claim, If there I any
honor In po'uiii il tiromlo. to the olllce.
lie withdrew f'nm the contct year!, ago
for Mr. rrcxton. nnd nrtnln, In the two
following eltctinn ror J. C. .lonex, the
prexetit Hiciitnlx n;. It Ik claimed by Mr.
Howland' frlenil.i lh.it Mr. rieslon ha
brolteti faith with Ibdr candidate by en-
S Bakiug Powder.
better results than
spoonfuls of any other.
two full tca
THE CENTRAL VERMONT,
HEARING IN THE RECEIVERSHIP
CASES AT DRAT TLEBORO.
Usnelvnrn to llpporl tho lirnlni; nT the
Cn in m ii j- -1". n l li 1 n 1:1 of Hie OuilrlH
bllti; Itinltl to be Ht qlleNt oreil
Other I'll'rfi II1miim1 Of.
llrnttlcboro, May 2!.--At the hearing
thl afternoon before Judge Wheeler In
Central Vermont reeelverxblp one.
the in tltion of the receiver ror lenve 10
1 piirclmxe 2.",ki ton of te, 1 rail nnd 13 new annul a follow:
1 1' -r
Hi k f
J rr f s
Mil rr , t
terllig the Held at t It! time, J. C. June
for 1 making hi pron.lic kooiI lo Mr. Itowland
t by mnking n thorough canvax of the
D.irlinc, niltnlnlxtrntor of .Merl- county for him. I
i.rr i, JoHcph 11111I Helen I,.1 Thl I not all. The context lietween Mr.
tirout and Mr. Htiekney for governor I
growing warm In tin- county. Mr. fltlck-i
ney ipiletly. but in a mot lliorimgh niaii-j
tier, ha put In work ror hi randlilaey
In the vnrloii town, but It I not at all1
certain that he will carry the county dele
gate, although lie in confident that hll
cnnviiH will prove xjiccoxful. There In
no denyliiK It bin that Mr. J rout ha a1
trong following among the county f irm
er mul ax for that mutter, in the city of
The Chnffcp nnd Thomxon tight for the'
('tiatorxliip from thl city hnx taken a
pttrlon turn. Xow that Mr Chaffou tin
l.ill in chancery from Cnl, don-
iii the fifoivxiilil M.rllKih
- .iniNtend fnrm in Groton,
1 ml p'rxonal property worth
1 1 1 iiitii. She wax then owln'T
' f'hc wax then owing A.
'i mlnlBtrntnr, $1n7.-, on 11 note
1 H-pi. 2.",. 1S7I. which wax wit
' 1 '"'.nit. Melon I,., which note
'r iuli nee of purchase money,
.in. money. Orator i latin
v. .nice xhnilil be net aside
1- mi-it the right of creditor.
U'Iiii,- nnd J. 1'. l.auiHon for.
M Harvey and lliiniutl
won In the cnucu. the frli inl of the for-
riim, and lor lenve 10 iitiirm eoiiiraei
for tin- piirehnxe of tic, mid certain
bridge wax grunted.
An order a puxxeil requiring tho re
ceiver to lile an lnvenlniy of the property,
a xcheiliile of the llnh bti due, and their
iiccounl; n ml forbidding the payment of
any preferential claim except ror labor,
wngex, ptofelonal xervlee, and taxi s, un
til llv tiling of the Mcheilllle of Indebted
tie; and for leave to the America 11 l.o.in
nnil Traxt Co., tho trtixti e of the ," per
cent, conxolldatcd mortgage, by an ac
countant to csaiuliie the account: and 11
further order, reifulrllig tile receiver to
r-port weekly tho gro laming and
monthly the grox nnd net earning.
on the petition of the Omlctiburg rond
bond holder, mi order wu paxt-cd eipn -terlng
the net earning of the Ogdinx
butg ,v Lake Cliiiinpliiln rond, coming
Into the hand of the receiver xlneo their
iippoliitmcht, March 20.
A further order wax pai d niithorlzltig
the receiver to lilemnlfy ceeurltle upon
appeal ' bond In the Connolly cuxe, and
the Liberty Inxiirniiee eomp.uiy i-ue,
CltAXdK IN SWANTOK T1AXK OFFI
CIALS. Kwatiton, VI., May Hi. A radical cIiiiiiko
In the lilMliiiKi'tii' lll of The IVoplc'x Na
tional bink of Swanton took place to
day. The president and two other direc
tor letlie fiom the maiiagi'ment.
Al a xpeclal ineellng of the xlockhold
trt of the People' Xatlnnal bank, held
at their banking lioiixe thl afternoon,
the following named director tendered
their iclnatlon, viz.: Jainis K. Farrell,
who wn nlxo prexldent of th bank; Mllo
W. Harney and Daub I (!. Fiirman, their
iTxIgnntlonx to take effect nt once. Their
rrxlgnatlonx lo lake effect nnd two new
dllTctorx Were elected II follow! Ilcorge
W. Crntnpton und II. (I. Morton, both of
St. Allian. The board of dltectnrx now
A. J. Kerrl of Pwaiitun,
,. W. Wooihvortli of Kno.'-lmrgh l'nllx, 1".
11. Croxx or Swanton, (burg.. W. Cramp
ton and II. (!. Morton, both or St. Alhnnx.
A. J. I'cirlx I vlee-prcxlileiil. The presi
dent I yet to be eleeled It Ix rumored
that II. (i. Moilon will Ih the nest preul
detit. Mr. Morton wa formerly 11 rel
detit of Swanton und bus ver lnen taken
nn Interest In It welfare. For many year
lie bap been a xUfCccxrul btiylnc cltlKi-n
of .St, Albans: I 11 reliable, ttian and ha
many friend tlirougbolit the county. Mr.
Cr.unplon. too, I one of the moxt sub
mautlal citizen of the county.
A SIIOCKINC ACCIDENT.
Mouttieller, May St.-Michael Klngdon
in y had both blown "Ht and bin hmd
borrlbly (llxllguted thl" Ti moon while
Imnplng a powder chat il In loi k
ntul D.iwlcy'x ipmriy bit 1 .-illl alive.
Michael Malone. a xiieei.nor bad a xtoiu
blown IhriiiiKh hi cle
VERMONT HOMOEOPATH I8TS
Weld Their I CI li An il Muutlng In Mont
pplbir '1 liiimdnj,
Montpctlcr, JIny 2S. The ilth nnnnol
tnit'tltif; of iho Vermont llomeoitthlo
Medical rocl'ty iras held to-day in tho
parlor of I lie Pavilion Hotel In till city.
The atlundiinci! wn large and It wa 0110
of the most entliuslaHtlo and hcncllcliil
meetings ever held by the xoek-ty In tho
Slate. The morning hihsIou was taken up
by tho repot I of the otllcer and tho mul
ing of on address by the retiring president,
J. F. Slialttick, M. 1., of Well Illvtr.
The afternoon cession opened with tho
election of tho following olllcurs: Presi
dent, C, M. MaiHtln, M. I)., of Rutland:
vice-president, W. II, Weeks, SI, D of
Hast Hardwlck; secretary, Ocorgo 1.
Forbes, M. I)., ot Hurlinglon; treasurer,
It, S. Iloardmnn, M. I) of Montpnller:
censors, H. II. Whlttnknr, JI. U of Uarre,
W. I Mlnard, M. I)., or Watcrbury, and
F. H. Steele M, 1) or (Inysvlllc; auditors,
James lluylett, M. 1)., of Morclown, D.
C. Noble, M. 1J of Mlddlebiiry, and S. H.
Martin, J). I)., of Hast Hnrdwlek.
The following Interesting papers wcro
"Anllmotilum Crudtim," O. K. V.. Ppar
hiiwk, M. ).; illsciisxlou opened by 1). C.
Noble and JO. L. Wytnan.
"A Study of Nitx Vomica," S. S. M.irlln,
M. D, : discussion opened by A. K. llorton
and S. II. Spnrhnwk.
"Pcrltonllls," II. S. Iloardman, M, D.j
dlciislon opened by S. II. Jones and V.
"Tim Country Surgeon," K, 13. Whlta
ker, M. I.: dlxcuxxlon opened by W, 1J.
Mayo nnd lMward Klrklaud.
"A Sixth Sense from a Physician'
Standpoint." A. I". Moore, M. U.; discus
sion opeiud by T. R. Wiiugh und A. N.
"Somo I'urther Remarks," 12. 1j. Wymnn,
At K o'clock the members held a bau
tii' t it the bold and brought tho llrst
day of Hie annual meeting' to n oloxe with
SFICIOH IX IWHHRIIILT,.
Cambrldgp, Vt., May Si. Jnmcs Cnrvlll,
who relde In the cost part of t.'niler
hlll betwiiu Cumbtlilge and Fnderhill
Centre, committed ulede Thnrsd.iy morn
ing by cutting hi throat. Mr. Cnrvlll
arose n usual curly In the morning, fed
his team and stinted off to the pasture
ror his cows, and not returning, search
w.i instituted and late In the evening hi
remain were fount" In the condition above
mention! il. Mr. Cnrvlll bad been In 111
health for sr writ I years, which wax doubt
less the cnuse of the act.
MOl'.H HLKCTRIC ROAD.
Sptlngflclil, VI., May s. Sprlngllelil vot
d to-day to 11I1L.I11 the construction of
tile Sprlngib ld FJrTttle i.illway to Challes
town, N. II.. by taking -lock In the cliur
prlsu to the amount or I30.ini).
SOME OF OUR SPECIALTIES.
If your druggist docs not have them, have him order of
We sell 110 goods at retail.
Nervine Pain Extractor,
Taken nnd applied to equalize circulation
nnd nervous energy, In severe suffering or
nemo uisease, is n valuablo protection.
More than -10 years before the public It
has a valuable record In relief of suffering.
DR. H. Jf JNtitlAM & CO., Vergennes,
Vt. 23c, ,-.c., and Jt at drugglsta and dcnl-ers.
Is tho emblem of Oulld'3 Asthma Cure,
which Is diar, yes. very ib ar to many
I thousand nstbmatlc sulTerers, who have
tound In It the only true remedy, which
not only relieves but soon pi rinanently
cures fully !m per cent, of the ciisch. Some
01 mo i nn s euoeieu uy mix remedy are
most remarkable, being cases of long
sland'ng, some or the patients having been
pronounci-d Itictirnlilo by doctors nnd given
up nil hopes or finding a cure by the use ot
IT IS NOT A DEEP.
fitenr) nmeily to buy, for the price of the
small size is only a, cents, while n vi ry
large liaclfage enn lie obt-ilned for SI D.
If your druggist or deaUr docs not have
it, we will mail It to you promptly on
ruceipt or price. We will also be glad to
send you our Prnetlcal Trenlise on Asthma
us cuuh.es, treiilineiit, symptoms, etc., free
to any address on rcqui st.
II. C.tm.U. .11. U., lttM'RIlT, VT.
i' fi ie!a it.
M lioiuwell et nl. vs. Wllllnm ! nier loxt no time to put 11 petition In clr- pending In New York Stale on the line of
action on the case from 1 enbitlon among n publleaiii In fnvor or the Ogdelisburg & Lake Champlalu ronl.
S M 1
1 v 1
an 1 1 11,
1 tr I 1
to r' ir 1 xi
lin 1 tint
w i enntlntieil.
1 I.. . Iiodge, npt., who wa eon
1 of a In-. 1 1 h or the peace In Wash
's hImo continued.
s. I'r.incl Curtis Ix nn
. v. 11 from Ornngc county anil
1 r, .il i stnto In tm town of
"t id be worth nbout ?lim, are
Ui 1' ndatit tveovered Ills cost
1 ' irr. PlalntllT made a motion
r ti.al, but failed to get one.
i-e was tr"ed by tho court. He
ilnst one of tho assistant
cMmr ns a member of the court
1 Is. had previously acted In a
-li s suit. He ha an exception
-Ion or a deed on account r
ambiguity. J. W. Oonlon for
I-Thomson for city reiirexeiitallve. Mr. H. C. Kiiillh. pri slib nt of Hie (
1i! republlenn ".otct'i have stirned lr.il Vermont and one of the n reivers. Mr.
the petition. One of the promoters of the !' Sinalley, preslib ni of the ();-.. 11 -petition
said yesterday If Dr. Thomson burg A: Lake Champlnln 10.nl. and Mr.
agree to rim they Intend to show the j I lasbroiiek of Ogdciixhurg, w, re pi,-, nt
Rutland lbrald Hint the people will pb'k at tie- licarlng. Mr. Siori, Mr. Fo"-', mi l
up a good man, who has fulled so fur i(, 'Mr. Kearle r. piesenied tin- eiiisollilai.il
THAT PEOPLE ARE BUYING.
plain IT; R M. Harvey for di fetidant.
THE SUPREME COURT
appi 1 ant
fr Jin proleit
1 1 1 T'n
1 r lion in t
1. 1 r .1".
get olllce on account of tlx support of him
anil eieci nix representative.
Concerning Mr. ChntTee'x cntnlldncv for
xenntor In the county, it I reporti d' that
ho will meet with some opposition from
the principal leader or the lost cause or
Dr. Thomson, but Mr. Chnfrv.. ha no
alarm regarding the result In the county.
FRANKLIN COUNTY S.S- CONVENTION
To bo Held at Rlebfiird .Iiiiih -Speakers
und 'I bell- Siili,in:t,.
St. Albans. May S!i. Following Is the
priigimnnie ror the annual meeting of the
Franklin County Sunday-school associa
tion which is to be held In Itlclil'ord 011
Fl Iday, June
!l:3il. devotional xcrvln'. C. (". Manuel.
mortgage liiunl holdi rs, Mr Swayue tin
ugileiisbiirgh .V.- Lake Ch,implaln bond
holderii. and Mr. Fllb Id and Mr. Wilds
THE INDUSTRIAL SITUATION
Takui up CblttMiiliin Count) Cikos A lis.
rest Tiikou I Jut 1 1 .1 lily (I,
Mnntpi lb r, Vt., May 20. Re Francis
estate. John Melvoouuh.
This easo In an appeal Rlelifotd; In, words of welcome. Rev. W
.iil I from Chittenden I Seoileld, Rlehfoid: lii;1.1, report of ec
u, mention I over the con-, relai y mid tn usurer; 10:3i) thelnn i 11 itlon-
-t.ilor'H will which was exe- n1 convention. Rev. '!. L. Story, Slate sii-
Wi. Testator died In thfl riary; pi:(W, the home ilepartmeiit. I. It.
-I. Tho clause In tho will Miller. Slute Held worker: Il:ln, singing:
r the decease of my xnld I 1 1 : 1 1. method of review: Primary depnrt-
my son, John McKcougli, nu iii, .Mrs. C. ,1. Peti ron. Lust llcrk
- his natural life my hum," shire: Inn rmedlHte department, .Mis. .
iw live oil the west side ' Stanley, Swiiuton; senior departineiit,
-tieet In said liurllngtoii. ) Wesley It. ovltt, W. st Fnosburgh; sttper
.iiitends lb. it extrinsic i-l-i Inii 111I111I, A. A. Ascltlne, Knoxhm-gli
d 1 1. .nlmWsuble to show whut' Falls: 11:1", nnnnuneemeni of commlttei-
w 1 1 a 1 1. t. stator claiming thai the , 12, dinner nnd i-oolnl hour,
" 1I1 aUlltltm lo the hotnestead Afternoon 1, busline meeting: 1:,
s 1 . "i .1 'Mi houses and about ono-l praise service, W. II. Yaw, Rnosburh
f b ii a I. mil. The case was rear-! Falls; 2. normal work In Sunday-school:
1, 1 on 1 Hum of nppcllunt. II. S. Peek' n. A. Klllott, St. Albans; I. 11. Miller, Sinl
nrin . ' !')" Hie estate, W. II. Itllxs and "eld worker; ::.!('. the young men's class.
R I. Lrown for nppellnnt. . II. K, Ruxtedt. Rlchford; 3, singing; 3:lii.
Iilr m L, fin gory vs. Hurley K. Tomlln-! Sunday-school social life; 3:3 . Methods of
Nut .lllirli Iiupiiiiid With tile Inception
el'tlie limit and "Iiiie Ti iidi.
Ni w York, May lirad-tricts to-morrow
The Improvident In the trade situation
j is ciiullued lo the demand for bides, leather
and shoes, tile tendency of price of same
.to advance mid 1111 Improvement in re
quest for dry good, hats and shoes from
, w liolcxalcrs at sumo western and southern
points, (liinral business continues qui, I
jiuul at larger llnanelal cenlci li ssciiminel-
lelal paper Is making ev n ut lower rates.
I A bctv, ccn-scuxonx trado ha begun lo
assert Itself and from a number of points
mercantile collections are less Hiitlsl'ac-
I llxpoits of wheal (Hour Included as
Wheat) Troll Otll Coasts or the I'llited
Stnti" during the week amount to j.mii.i m
bushel 11s eomp'ireil with l,f O.inmj IiiisIu Is
Just week, '',l:';.ivi bushel in tin- i,.ek
0110 year ago, J.lol.ono bushils In the week
'two years ago ami with S.S.Vl.isn) biuh, 1
thn c years ago.
The Industrial situation, except a to
boots and shots, Is nnlinprovi d.
Rank clearings thtotign the Unllnl
Slate ror the oast six bllslneys il.ivs
'amount to 51 v.fm.iK'0, a falling oil' as coin
' pared with the piecedlng week ol' 7. per
cent, but an liu-n use of 12 per cent a
compared with the fourth wick of May.
Publislicd by THE CENTURY CO.
hi'ic cr truf, . .':; c re. tip! of f lief ,
For coughs, colds nnd consump
tion Cutler llros., Co's Roston
Villi KTAIILi: PULMONARY
RALSAM after 0 30 years use Is,
to-day without n rival. Try It.
M cents nnd ?l.f. $1 00 bott'.o
sent express paid on receipt.
Cutler llros. & Co., Roston.Mass.
A. D. ELHER'S
MORPHINE HABIT CURED
KEITH'S Tine. AVENA SATIVA
(From Common Oats.)
A roworftil Nrrvo .Stliniilntil, Tonic, eto
Ax an tinildotn for tho morphine nn.l
chloral halill Tine Avcna Saliva Is with
out an equal; for by Us action the phy
siclnn has been enabled to furnish such,
stimulation mid tonlo effect to the nervous
system of I he opium laker ns yyns neces
sary, while tb. amount of the drug ha.t
been gradually reduced nnd Ilnally omitted
For sale by all drugglits.
Cnn J.'nsily lie itcmovcil
XO I'AIN ! NO I'OISOX !
.til I)rutiili nil ii or imitlcl fur llftceii ciiN In
THE GIANT CHEMICAL CO.', PHILAD'A,
Dr 0, Phelps Brown's
Hcrlnil Ointment ami Siippo.llorirs
Curo Piles External and Internal.
The Century Cook Book,
"Which takes the place of all other cook books."
Marion II.nl.iti '. pr lics it m .3t highly, nnil nil tho cri'ics are enthusi
astic about it. I ii'' illustration!, ntefhohupts of lliedi.'hes described.
Nothing like it t .eri.tadc coniplctcttniiiue.reliabii. , too pages. 2.00.
RtidynrJ Klpllns's Jungle Hooks.
" Thc'jitngle Uoul:" nt 'l"Tho Second
Jungle Hook," each !ri 50. "Mr. Kip
ling s best bid for itnai ji alily."
A llnnilhoot; of Invaiid Cooking. Hy
Mary A.Oulamlof til- olia Hopkins I Ios
pltal Training School lor Nurses. $2.00.
lilcetrictty for I;ver tioily. Hy Kd
ward Atkinson. The natuic and utcj of
ek-ctricity simply explaiucJ. Illustrated.
Hero Talcs front American History.
Hy Theodore Roosevelt nnd Henry Cabot
Lodge Graphic Ui'serinllons of 'liitor'c
persons and incidents. $:.o.
The Princess onln. A novel of girl
art life in Pare, by Julia Magrudcr. lluis
tratcd by (Jibson. iji 25.
I)r. Albert Show's Hooks on Muni
cipal eminent. "Municipal Gov
ctiiment in (Ireat Hritaln" and "Munici
pal (iovcriunrnt In Continental Kuropc,"
siiggcstivc studies of the greatest prac
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Prank tt. Stockton's Novels. " The
Casiing Awav of Mr?. I.eeks and Mrs,
Ali0ilnc"with "The Dusantes.' in one
xolimie, !rt co, "The Mcrrv Chanter,"
!?t.oi), "The Sipilrnd Inn, $r,25, "The
Hundredth Man,' ifi 50.
A New Edition of Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
A new and beautiful library edition of the most famous biography of our gen
eration, printed fiom new tpe with tew ill ml rut ions with notes by Colum-I
l,'rcder.cK Grant, and full) revised by him. In two hamivune volumes, $5.00.
Poems by Jnmss Whltcomh Uiley.
" 1'oems Here at Home." Illustrated by
A I lat: JImioU cf I'liflisii Cntlicdrtils.
Hy Mi. Schuvt -r Van !'iiselaer, richly
lliu.ti.iti'd by Joseph I'ennell. A neces
sity to th.! traielcr in the cilhedral cine
an I I jwiis of Kngland. fa 50.
An nr.-ant Woulug. Mr... Hurlon
Harrison's rom.ir.ee of travel In KnRland
and in Mediterranean counties, richly
illustrated from photographs, if: 50.
When All the Woods are Orcen. Dr.
S. Weir Mitchell's novel of the Can.u! n
fori Ms the story of a party of camper,
and their adventures, ij-x S"i. ,
sf'i apt. 1' liiiilunt leased his farm In primary work, Mr. J. M. Jeffords, linos-! Tbe total number of business failure-
tne l niti il Ktate during the vve- k I'
ll compared with SIB Inst week and
!t!u5 lit tho week one year ago.
Hop u ti ti.o utllf for one year htgli.ulmr
1' 1 1 ' I, on 1 quul shai-i unrielng to
f in 1 co.. One of tlic cows died III
Muni, two In April and atiutlier In Au-
I uii Thn d' ath of the four cows was
not eau.- d In any way by plaintiff and ho
says tint they vvetu probably diseased nt
th tlnu of th" execution of tho lease and
c .1 in 'imt th. y should havo been n-
I I 1 b il fi nil. ml In a reasonable time.
Ii 1 r cv nd iiiT..'J) uml costs In Chitten
den (' i.iv Court. V. A. Hull. iid and 1.,
J Vlii i' for plaintiff. It. i:. llrovvn nnd
C F CmiiKh for dcfeiidunt.
It- Oliv i" Wi lls cstalo, f.urla II. Ward,
ni t . In nn apie al from p'lobnte from Chit
tend n county Ti stator late or Cnderhlll
on !' ii- Hi 01 his wire, Itehikah Wells,
to vvlion 1 , .ne thn use of his estate by
will inn, in-i" natural fu und uu h,r
acuni v ' 1
li ' ' ib at li without such helm
th 1 ui' I to an to the Congregiitloniil
cl, 'p 1 at ri'.l, rhlll. Said J.iieta It. 1
I'v 1 ' Ii In .Molne. Iowa, and 1ms no
chblr 11 "nl It i.i claimed In her bchnir
lb ' i will is Indellnlle, contingent
11. 1 1. Avery, tit. Al-
hiii-gh Falls; .Mr. V
Uvi nlng 7:13, song ervlce, J antes Hal
ley. Itleliforil: 7: ID, address, "How we gut
our Hible," I!,v. A, (illilson, St, Albans;
parting words, Key. II. .. JCnnton, I'.lch
ford: .idjourniiii nt. Discussion will fol
low fin-is toplu when time will penult,
THIS SKASON'S 81 1 HIT WAISTS.
(Fiom ITurper's Hnzar.)
The materlnls used for the most exnen-
HENRY E3ALLAHD CAMP
.tliMteied In at Itiitlanil 1'rlilny Hvculng
With .'17 -II .-11 1 1) 11.
Itiitlanil, May St Division Commaiub r
I'M win T, Monahan of limb rhlll, nM.i!
by Cupts. C, C. lVru of Vergeiines, C. K.
Manillgo of Cavetnllsli and IS. V. I'thy
and M Ve1.1l other men of Matu lii -ler,
inusteri'd in a camp or Sons or Veterans
at II. A. It. Hall to-night. Tile c.iinp was
unanimously named after Henry HnHnnl
of Huilliigton, and Its number Is 10. There
were ;i7 of the best young men or liut
liind mustered In. Ilele urn the olllirs:
Caiitalli, A. (I. Coolldgc; llrst lli uiemuit.
slve shirt-waists nro entirely diriireiit
from the material Hint nro bought by tho
yard In the shop. They are Imported ex
pressly for the purpose, and consequently
ale quite distinctive. Madras 01' different
qualllbs, but all cool and sheer, fancy
IllllKlilw - Ilia lt.ll.,,. ,i,l u.i ui.,t. ,1..
i.is iiiiiiim'u,.,, i, IlOlieilUI I. ! Mi,.1,.,.u ,.l....l......u- n...l .. ..-.ii-Ml , , , ,1
, , , . , , -,- -" ..-7 Kiutsiitiiiir nini it I'tiiu weiKiii ill vi ilium I .euiiiii n , ni-cuiiii iieiiieiiiiin,
niHlitil, lllnl her heirs, null 1 rnnev w-litin ,luel.- nr.. i,....i ei,.. ..ii.i i."..,..,i.- r"i,,.,i.,.n. n.ui , m
colon- with 11 half sttlpo of while, while I Hyniitn; sergeant of the guard, Henry
not Hie newest, still rank among the mo.-t j II. Hois; council, tt, I!. Hopkins, Daniel
ib sh.,1,1,. puiierns. The olil-fashloiii'd 'Cronnii anil (I. tt. I'.ussi ll; delegate to
llovvii'id chlnts'uM that arc assoclateil In' Hie annual ciicampment at Maneliesti r
our minds with curtain banging hnve'luly 1, and '.; 1'. II. (lovveii; ulti-rnatc.
oeen r. proiluced In the Madras shirting.
A p.ili pink and while quare pattern will
have sprays of tiny pink rose, a purplo
and wldtn will have also pink, nil In tho
dull ioIois used in old ttngllsli goods. Tho
ae.'ipud paltcrn for tin so shirts lias 11
yoke at tho bock, with a little fullness
dir, etly in tho centre, which Is held in nt
l tie lull iy a stitched band that only ex-lire- m-ieimii. widows, minors ol' (boixe S
lends 10 thn shin scams: from there a inp laiwrepee, Monlpellcr; Laura I. Inm.ui,
ties dovvn tho fullness In front. There Is South ltoviiilon.
no .ink In tho front of the skirt, hut four j Itepicseutatlve Fowers bus Inlrodiie' d a
n.iriiivv sld"Plents. The favoilte pattern bill providing ns rollovvs: Thn; the secre
for tho alcevi! Is the blslirip slwve; but , tary of the Inleilor is hereby authorized
again In tho Madras shirt thl Is very and directed to plueo on the pension
inui 11 mounted, aim sniipcs 111 ut ' subject to the limitations of th
ui mo nniiu inui
niel void thut tho church ha
in tho estate and that sin-
i !-e. i a condltloiml estato In
n sls-ted by thn church. Tin
in 10 consist 01 rcni ami per
il) rndi rhlll or about t2'M
Monnluiii and S. C. Sliurt-
tcio r n '
no ii- r .1
SllOlllil in 1
f T I
r ' nt 1
I- I I propi r v
In v due, ,T J
1 rf for npp bant, I.. Wilbur anil C. '1
Ji. i-i fi r 1 liureh.
.1 1 ,.-! 1 i'i .mil Tyb r dissented from
I I ui '1 Mshliig the Indictment In
tb ' f Wilt- v-i. I.ydia A. Slovenson
a .1 1 d )'"ii rdtty.
'' fi-- from Washington county
standlni- for In nrlng wcro continued at
tho close of the argument to-day.
A recess of tho Supremo Court was
taken at I r, o'clock this afternoon until
July !), when tho court will reconvcna on
the comim In or tho morning trains ror
thr pt rpouc of 1 enduring tho decisions In
1 1 10 tnsi alt-' uly heard.
JMHZtt PI'KAKINO AT WHITK IHVttlt.
White HIvi r Junction, May 2. Tho llrst
lu'crseliclaHtlc prize speaking contest par
tlilpated In by liethel, Chester, Sprint'-
II hi, Whlli Illvtr Junction, Windsor and
oodstock i"igh school was lield here
in flati-s' opera house this evening vvllh 11
Inrg" luidliiiie present. The programme
which was Intersperseil with music by tho
Sprlnglleld kIiooI orchestra ami Wood,
stock ' hool chorus and maiidollii and
gultnr quarlctte follows: "Tho Duklte
Hnnki," Cliiirles 1:, Kimball of
eiiesUr ' Uriel" Hose," l-.ena M.
Ulxby of Sprlngllold; "Our Duties to
tho n public. " I'hlllp McMnhon or Wind
sor; "Tip Valnler of Seville," Hrlen W.
Marble of Woodstock; "How the old horse
won tho lit-t," Ilobert W. Selkirk of White
Tllver Jtin tlon; "The honor of th woods "
Elizabeth O. Kimball of Ui.lhel; "Jul,, rlo
Tom," Ilobert II, Coy of Hethcl; "Hobby
Bhaftoe," Susan A. Lull of Windsor, "The
first settlor's story," IMwanl H. SpolTord
of Sprlngllold i "The debating club," Annlo
M. Oluoy of Cluster; "lleethoven's Moou
llBlU Bonata," Jloger C. HHIIIn of Wood-atock.
O. II. Coolitlgc. The Hew rump expects
to muster In HO membeis within a short
Washington, May 20. Following
mooters have been granted pensions
Iglnal, Joseph tilraril, MiintHoiin i y
For Ovnr 1'lfty Yearn.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup ban been
used by MIU.ID.NS of MOTHttllS for
their CHIIDHF.N WIIH.I'J TttttTI I NO,
With riOHFUCT SITCCRSH, It SOOTH IIS
thfl CHILD. HOFTIW8 tho IJl'MS, U,
I.AYB nil J'AINi Cl'HKS WIND COLIC,
and Is tlio best remedy for D'tuHttliOliA
, ffHonty-flvg cents a bottle. M
a turned-over 1
stiffened cuIT of tho material
The collars arc made separate fiom the)
shirt, and nro while, turned over, very 1
much 011 Iho snme cut ns lust year's; but'
the neck of tho shirt Is so finished that 11 1
stock can bo worn Just ns well as u col-1
lnr. Stocks of this season aro quite odd,
and a novelty which will not be very pop-1
iilar. A straight band of satin or silk is
fastened in the hack, having very much
the effect of a olcrgynrun's collar, and a
black satin tlo In a stiff -bow lit front
llnlshes It. off. Shirts ninile to order cost
anything the makers choose lo nsk, but
ror stout pt oplo aro desirable lu so far
that the careful lining over tho shoulders,
und the equally careful arrangement of
the fulness, product) much better results I
ninl longer lines, J
"My mother Is Inking Hood's Sarsa
imrlllii for silt rheum muI viie i- marly
l und." 8. CjirP' nter, hui'ke, Vt.
laws, the name of Sarah A. (irlniull, st' p
molhcr of Frank W. flrlnm II. late corpor
al lu Company (i, litis Vermont regiment,
Vermont Vols. In the war of tin rebel
lion ul the rate of $12 per month. Tills act
shall take effect 011 lis passage.
Marcus V. Chudwlok, Moiitpcllir has
had 111 pension reissued.
The freii public library bill has at last
been settletl ami nnned upon by both
houses. Till bill Is the nuu rough! by
Itepresentiitlve Fowers and where he In
sisted that the whole expense should lie
homo by the District. In conference this
wn receded from and tho bill now got s to
tho ITehldeiii without tho whole cost be
ing borno by tho District,
"And you actually aver that you learned
to ildo a wheel without oneo swearing?
"yes, 1 felt too near an awful death to
dare to bo profiine." Indianapolis Journal.
V tfrflxxUts! 'Mi k i "it? h' yibscrifti.m. '01 11 tiaihrs aJJress the fiiWrttn,
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0 Names of l'cruni , Popular Names and I'plthets.
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n I IMl n r,r hnm" Hack. Sons. Kldm
Fain ki ling Balm
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it the best they ever
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m in, Gilmanton,
Buffalo Co., Wis."
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All Druggists, inc. and Ji.oo, Pamphlet free. AnlcrCliemlcal Co., Boston, Mass.
Wo have a good line of the Baldwin Refrigerators and can fur
nibli any size made. Prices are very low this season, too.
I III. VP, III II Is AM) I vi I .
Itepalrs Chum. Olasnwar,, Muirst hauin,
tipping Miliar 1 c.i s, lti -.1 lira , to put
on t Kali orn und ' 1,1 1 pin -ti r to hold
a baielaiti oil a wound or soro linn r, 15e
Mnlor's Ilubber Cemrnt, "-az. bottle, or
tn collapsible tubes, lor rctialriun rubber
Pools and shots, pieces of rubber shoe will A
ki ..vviiio i-cli'inu r.irtl.u n-iiif
CURE OF CA TARRH, DIPH
and all throat troubles.
to no what wi: .vrivnit.
TIM.. lUH ir'al vvJ.ll rimviini,
the must i-ki'inlral. CI.KItilV. I
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ami mm, r.ii". win nun it '
i-iiia iiv ait iirtiiiiristA or 1
do for pati his, blcyclo tires, rubber par-
mi nts, silk nmbii Has, etc., lie.
Major's Leather Cement, repairs boots
and shoes, K.inin nts and umbrellas of all
kinds of material except rubbsr, applied
same as on bather Koods l"e.
Major's Liquid Glue, repairs furniture,
books 10 cents.
The niateiial used lu the manufactur,
of Major's Cemrnt Is of the best. Don't
be persuaded to take a substitute. .I-'or
sale by all dniBKlsts.
It tuns liete nl her Irealiiient falls."
RHEUMATISM AND GOUT,
Whether Ai tile, Sub-Acute or Chronic,
sold by nil ilrtlKKl.ts. ier bottle, or ".jfl
ler half dozen.
We always use Dr. Seth Arnold's
Conth Killer in our family and
would highly recommend it to
others. Mus. Jamp.s KoiiiNsox,
Green Island, N. Y.
March 2, 1S96.
SKIN M SE ASESlrffl
III, l atari I,, t'bllliltlliii,. IliiriN. niul all vklll IrrlMtlutls
cuml try QnEVE'3 OINTMEWT. Mrrntf r butllo,
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M-iiu uu-v ir, tu.irn, iciinieniiiis, iu-.
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proclaim its popularity, Our name "Boss" on every biscuit,
C, D, BOSS & SON, WlONDON, CONN.
Originator und Sole Manufacturer.
WW WKSW TOO MANY STVIJIS OP
For a few days wo shall ollor tlieui
, Vo not fall to seo them boforo buying.
at prions way below regular to closo out.
Kvory one a hirgalii.
Judging from the way people are buying thorn of. us wo are
sure our prices are right. A good carriage for $5.00. From
that all along up to 330.00. We have a very complete line of
J. J. Wright & Co.,
Successors to GEO. A. HALL.
212 and 214 College St.
If v-il nrnCONSUMPTIVr u..i
i villli In.n.-.'.in.ii, l 'mIii fM ui. or Jii bluty ornnv 1.1 ill
rAItKEIVU OINOEll lOinO, Munr f l,ln mill
fli-lt, Kern tun ninl illwimriiimt vwtli lir.jrtrlnir Infirm.
.., yitt, ntumuv.m u,iau.t, nwcis. uiiimfft,'b,tg.
1 1 10 Ilreulli.
25, CENTS A
2i 9 b P.EjJ
1 V-f VJ
Leominster, Mnss,, l'"el, 20, '50,
This Is to certify that I havo used G. 11.
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for over u year, with' ilo best results, nnd
I cheerfully recommond them to any who
Buffer with nervous or ilck headache.
i'res. W. B. ltucU Toy Co,
Itemoves Oienpe, Krcsh Paint and Ink
from Woolen Clothlnt?, (.'nrpeta and Whi
tlow Cllus". necommendeil by HIkIj State
Olllclals, ileruymi n, manufacturers and
leadlm,' mi tvhnnt.s of lloaton. TO IIAVU
IT WHKN WANTKD. HUV IT AT ONCU.
Hiirlliih-tou Urns Co., lleadauarteid for
"Wo Always Hnro lu Stock
A rrndy-niade, IVptonlzed
Food anil Foot
Invested in a package of Dr. Hale's
Household Tea will make you feel
like a new man. Try it.
u X" - 33)-- W .www
Vet I Ten to One
You if you have
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