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THE TURLINGTON mm L'UESS, THURSDAY, JLWE 4, 189(5. Telephone No. 55-2. f Silk I Dept. THIS HORNING We offer a selection from 40 styles of Fancy Silks actual value from $1.00 to $1. 25, all new goods, both light and dar colorings at 67c a yard. 25 pieces Fancy silks, new goods, desirable colors, regular Si.oo quality at 56c a yard. 200 Remnants and short lengths, odds and ends, all stylos and qualities, many handsome wash silks suita ble for summer waists in the lot 25c a yard. ro pieces Silk Crcpons 22 and 24 inches wide suitable for evening waists 75 and 87 cent qualities 50c a yard. Carpet Department. J Handsome designs in the Best Body Brussells Remnants for 9 Rugs 50c a yard. Best 5 frame Body IBrussels with borders one $ room lengths, 75c a yard. All Wool Ingrain Samples, hand- 5 home patterns, ) yard lengths, our G5 cent quality. $ 25c each. Dress Goods. 10 Pieces Wool Mixed Suitings, all colors, new goods, sold m all the season at 42 cents, price to close the lot 1 22c a yard, g 20 Pieces Mixed Wool Bicycle Suitings, 38 inches wide, rog- 2 ular price from 50 to 62 cents, choice 2 39c a yard. I N. E. CHAMBERLIN. HMaltMMMMtWmilWMIIMM iHHWBMIttwi HOME MATTERS. CITY AND VICINITY. Mrs, II S. Peck is visiting friends In I'otsdam, N. Y., for a few days. The old gas house on tho corner of Hank nnd South Battery streets Is being torn down. Granulated sugar takes a drop to-day. being quoted at G'j cents per pound or Hi poimds for $1. The engagement Is announced of Miss Annie. Taft to Mr. Arthur P. Stockwcll of Springfield, Mass. A new steam eruslng launch, "Eileen," has arrived In port nnd ts the property of Mrs. J. II. Ilrown of Fern Hill. llcpalrs wero begun yesterday on the front of tho building occupied by Clay & Henderson and Benjamin Cronyn. Charles II. Wetherby nnd family of Cam bridge, nro tho guests of his brother, Henry I.. Wetherby, of Hattery Place. Miss Fannie I'. Eady Is temporarily till ing tho position In tho water olllcc, rhnrio vacant by tho resignation of Min Moore. Mrs. Frances D. Dow nnd Mrs. Gilbert A. Dow and children started last night for Ellsworth, Kansas, to spend the summer. Tho work on tho new steel celling in tho drug store of It. H, Stenrns has been com pleted, adding much to tho nppcaranco of tho store. A new long illstnnee telephone has been placed In thn Carpenter Ilouso at Mines-' burgji, connecting them with this city nnd other points. A largo amount of Telford has been com pleted on tho lower road nnd tho men nro now working just nbovo tho brickyard to ward Athletic Park. Mr. and Mrs, Georgo D. Sherman have Issued InvltatlonB to tho marriage of their daughter, Uesslo Hello to Mr. Harry T. Tyndall, Tuesday Juno 2. The marrlago of Miss Est'lle Constanco "a Fountain to Mr. Frank Georgo White kflll occur Wednesday, Juno 3, nt 11 o'clock t tho Episcopal residence. W. II. Murdock hns moved Into his now t rsldenco on Colchester avenue. John Urown and family, who formerly lived there, havn gone to Philadelphia. Rev. J, J. Lewis of South Boston was In the city Monday, on his way to Queen City Park, where ho will occupy his cot toco durinsr tho summer months. ?he wedding of Miss Lena A. Gray nnd aeorgo T. Graves is announced to take placo -at tho brido's home in Wlnooskl 'June 10th at S o'clock In tho evening. Editor Dodgo of the Independent has moved his office to tho Concert Hall build ing, tho entranco to which Is on Church treet Just nbovo Pease & Manson's store, A gang of men wero at work Monday repairing the fence, working on tho track and making other Improvements In the Condition of the grounds at Howard Park. Tho Ethan Allen Engine company bnvn presented to Flro Station 1 a set of pic tures of fire scenes which formerly hung In their rooms, now used as th lire sta tion. Tho body of Harry L. Jepfon, formerly it this city, who died In Barre Saturday, Kua brought to this city Monday noon Mid burled at tho .Klmwood nwntio ceme :ory. H. F. Wolcott has been appointed as signee of tho Insolvent estate, ot M. A. Chnso of Colchester, tho position having been made' vacant by tho death of It. D. Wheeler, Nelson Hacon was nr-optcd on an old mittimus Monday morn.ng nnd escorted to Hutland for a 30 days' sentence for furnishing llqupr. Ho has but lately re turned from there. 's- A fisherman from South Horn, who was In town yesterday reports that tho plko Ashing at tho Sandbar hrldgo has ceased to bo good, tho spring season there having practically closed, Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Gleason took place Monday morning nt 9 o'clock In fit. Mary's cathedral, Itev. Father Boylo officiating. Tho Sodality, of which she was a member, attended In a body and contributed several beautiful floral do. John A. Mansoii & Co., I 8 CHUrtQH STREET, AT HOWARD PARK JULY 4. Benefit for tho Woman's Relief Corps nnd llnmn for Destitute Children. Troop F, Sd United 8tntet cavalry, through Cnpt. George A. Dodd, command ing, have n rMi treat In atom for tho citi zens of Vermont and Northern New York, ns they have kindly offered to give nn ex hibition drill on tho nfternoon of July 4th nt Howard Park. This will ho for tins ex cluslvo benefit of thn Woman's Relict Corps of Stnnnnrd Post and the building fund of the Homo for Destitute Children, one-half to earn. This thoughtful kind ness on the part of the members of Troop F anil their officers will be thoroughly ap preciated by al) of our people, and spec lally by the representatives of the organi zations that are doing so much good to the needy and suffering. Details will bo given Inter. Will all State and Northern New York papers pleaso copy these no tices and help the good work along? PERMANENT STREET IMPROVE MENT. . Tho advisory board now consists of Mayor Peek, Ouy Howard and W. J. Van I'allen. Prof. Itarhotir has resigned and ex-Mayor Van Patten has been chosen to llll the vacancy. Yesterday afternoon at n meeting In tho mayor's otllce there wero present tho advisory board, Street Com missioners Ilrown and Hacon, Commis sioner Henderson being out of tho city, and Superintendent of 'Streets Stevens. It was decided to do work.thlji season on tho following roads: Finish Wlnooskl road to First street! Elmwood avenue, from Pearl to North streets; Main street, from Ilnt tery to St. Paul streets; Pine street, from Maple to College streets; Hank street and Cherry street, from St. Paul to Church streets. ae9 signs. The Interment was In St. Joseph's cemetery. Tho benrcrs wero Charles Bab cock. George Wheeler, Frank Dowd, W, II. Duffy, James Cotton and Thomar Courtney. W. J. Henderson, who hns been making extensive Improvements on his resldenco on South Union street, ami has been liv ing at the Hotel Burlington, has movid back to his house. Miss Minnie S. Moore, who has for some tltno bpen a clerk In the water depart ment, has resigned her position, and will be married some tlrno during tho next fortnight to J.MI. Mitchell. M. Abraham has sold the lenso of the Albany, N. Y., storo which he recently opened and will devoto his entire time to his Hurllngton business, llo thinks this city Is good enough for him. The trustees of tho Homo Savings bank held a speclnl meeting Friday and voted to pay a semi-annual dividend to depositors Juno 1 at tho rate of four nnd one-half per cent per annum. At a meeting of the directors ot the Queen City Co-operative Savings and Loan association, held yesterday after noon, a seml-annunl dividend of 3 per cent was declared, payable July 1. News has been received In Uils city un- noucing tne death of T. 15. Bowman In Topeka, Kan., last week. Mr. Ilowmnn was n former Vormontor nnd was a broth er of Mrs. W. II. Lund of this city. Dr. E. S. Lane, a graduate of tho Medi cal college In the class of ISM, who has been practicing for the past three years In Ferrlfburgh, has returned to Hurllngton and opened an olllce at 23 Loomls street. Howard Smallcy, who will graduate from tho High school this month, has se cured a position with tho Free Press as sociation, to take tho place of Orvllle Wheeler, who will enter college in the autumn. Word was received Friday by cable of tho safo arrival at Buenos Ayres of the bark J. S. Emery, on which James I). Benedict and W. S. Maloon were passen gers. Thciy wero well nnd had had a pleasant voyage. A. H. Lane, well known on the road be cause of his recent connection with the Northern Supply company of this city, Is now the eastern ngent of tho Seattle, Wash., Lumber company, with headquar ters at Randolph and a Boston olllco nt iw summer street. In tho Intestate estate of James Cnr vlll lute ot Underhlll. C. M. Spauldlng of this rlty was Tuesday appointed admin istrator, nnd James Cavanaugh of Under bill and Jam Morris of Cambridge wero appointed appraisers, About i:.", people went on tho Woman's iieucr rorps excursion to Gordqn'p Land ing and return Thursday. The pleasure of the trip wns slightly marred by the rain, It being one of tho very few un pleasant days of the season. The hearing of tho executors account of th Hyman Barber estate of Colchester was ncm in tho Probate Court Tuesday M. A. Bingham appearing for tho lecu- tees, The. hearing occupied the greater pare 0: tno day ana was continued. Tho llelndeer went to Port Henry last night nnd will return to-day with nn ex cursion from thnt placn nnd other points under tho auspices of tho Port Henry Military hand. The boat will arrlvo here about noon and those who deslro can visit Fort Ethnn Allen and witness tho drill there. Frank II. Swcetland, for several years with the Burllnpton Drug company, has nccepted a position ns shipping clrk with J, O. Reed & Co., ntyl has atXtimed his new duties. C. IT. Bates succeeds Mr. Kweetland at the nurllnston Drug com pany, The first electric ear over tho North uvenuo lino left tho corner of Church and toiicgo streets a; 1 o'clock Fridav nf. ternoon, having on board rallrhad offi cials, members Of the city government representatives of the press and a few Are Yon Mnria Miserable by Indigestion. Dizziness, Loss of Appetite. Yellow Skin? uuiiwii o it im'-i 10 41 j'wniijvc cure Kor Palo by O'Sulllvan, tho Un druggist, wnurcn mreei. ARE YOU BUILDING? We can fix you up, right from the start, we bavo the most com ploto lino of DulMcr't Hardware and supplies in the Stato. We are aleo headquarters for 8-ply rooflngt, and the Medal Brand "Wire Edge, wliioh we lell, is the VERY best 8 plr Hoofing on the market tho next best in our Monaroh Ilrand, a thoroughly first-class article, BUBLINQTON, VEHMONT. prominent citizens. Itesldcnts along the route turned out to wolcomo tho car which sped smoothly over tho line. Hegulnv trips wero begun Saturday, tho cars run ning as far ns Lako View cemetery. Dr. Peck, a candidate for Stale senator from tho north sldo of tho river claims thnt tho nomination should go to Col chester this year, becauso Colchester has had hut two senators slnco 1S32, while Jericho has had four during tho same time. George nalne, who for many years has been a elerk In Dolnn Bros.' store, has connected himself with Paul Kelley's new storo on Church street. The position made vncant by Mr. Itnlne'fi resignation Is filled by L. A. Bostwlck, formerly with John K. Fitzgerald of North Cl'iamplaln streot. Misses Knto Ontes nnd Nellie Wheeler will sail from Boston on the steamship '.l-lllllll. Mill, .111113, J IH J Willi II IUI 1 conducted by a Haverhill, Mass., physician and his wife. Tho medal competed for annually by the members of Company M. nnd presented to the member who stands highest In nt ntendanco of drill, neatness and soldiery I bearing was won this year by Prlvato Bombard. Tho medal wns presented at 1 tno armory Saturday afternoon with ap propriate rcmurks by Ocn. Greenleaf. Tho little son of Mrs. Horace It. Lano of North Union street wns quite seriously scalded Sunday afternoon by accidentally overturning a pall of hot wnter which hod been left for a moment beside tho bath room door. A physician was Immediately summoned nnd everything done to mako tho little follow ns comfortablo as possi ble. There aro 22 wires strung across tho street at the corner of North Wlnooskl avenlio nnd North street, llvo of them be ing live Hires. The trolley wlro has a cur rent of KM volts and the Consolidated com pany lmvo two general wires with 2000 volts each nnd two wires that light tho bnrber shop near tho corner that have F2 voltn each. Tho Y. W. C. T. I, gave an enjoyabto boatrldo upon the steamer Chateaugay Tuesday, abaut 200 people embracing tho opportunity for a pleasant boatrlde on nil exceptionally fine evening. About GO went on board at S o'clock nnd nearly 160 more were added to tho number when the boat landed again nt 7:30. The I'nlversty Glee, Banjo and Mandolin clubs furnished good music. An electric car ran Into tho rear end of a meat cart belonging to n man nnmed Smith of Shelburne, Saturday nfternoon about 4:30 o'clock on the Shelburne road near Wlllard's ledge. Tho cart wns de molished but the two men who were -In It escaped Injury nnd only succeeded In hold ing tho two frightened hores, preventing what might have been a more serious ac cident. The local board of underwriters held a meeting Friday nftern6on nnd after transacting some routine business de elded to hold the annual meeting June 10. The following committee of arrangements was appointed: 11, Cronyn, II. P. Whit comb, W. II. S. Whltcomb, W. O. Bald win and A. B. St. I'lerro. The question whether or not the Vermont association would withdraw from tho National asso ciation was discussed and was finally left to ho determined at tho annual meeting. THE YACHT CLUB. Adjnurnod Montlng- Oflloern Elected nnd ( ninnilt tcp Appointed, Tho ndjourned nnnual meeting of the Lake Champlnln Yacht club was held nt tho club house Tuesday, nlxnit 20 mem bers being present. Themeeting was called to order by Capt. Guy Howard and the report of the nominating committee received nnd adopted, resulting In tho election of the following officers: Commodore W. Seward Webb. ' Vice-Commodore Horatio Hlckok. Bear Commodore H. W. Putnam, Jr. President E. C. Smith. First Vice President Ellas Lyman. Second Vlco President Henry Wells. Secretary A. u. Whlttemorc. Treasurer Horatio Hlckok. Measurer A. C. Tuttle. This meeting then ndjourned. The regularly monthly meeting then or ganized with W. 13. Hall In the chnir. Tho following executlvo committee for tho ensuing year was elected: D. W. Boblnson, Georgo S. Weed, Bob ert Boberts, F. H, Wells, J. S. Plerson, L. E., Woodhouse, Alex Whiteside, Hora tio Loomls, Louis H. Turk, Alvaro Adslt, W. K. Hull, A. C. Whiting, A. L. Kennedy, A. E. Blchnrdson, Walter C. Wltherbee, W. H. Englesby. W. T. Foote. Jr., L. C. Grant, Charles II. Hngar, Smith S. Lcnch. H. E. Tutherly, Jacob Cole, O. S. Pres brey, W, 11. Jones, Edward Wells, Guy Howard, Frank B. Wells, W. J. Van Pat ten, D. S. Tate, Robert T. Van Dusen. Tho names of four now members wero favorably reported by the committee on membership nnd elected. They nro C. S. Lenox, F. B. Wlllard, Dr. F. E. Clark and F. A. Owen. The resignation of J. W. Johnson and son, Harry F. Johnson, both of New Jersey, wero accepted. A meeting of the executlvo commit tee hold Immediately after the meeting lesulted In the appointment of the follow ing committees: Auditing committee A. L. Kennedy, W. E, Hall and W. II. Englesby. Begatta committee L. C. Ornnt, A. C. Whiting, O, S Preshrey, W. F. Foote, Jr., L. E. Woodhouse, F. M. Barstow and N. W. Flsk. House committee Frank B. Wells, Al varo Adslt. If. L. Ward, F. C. Herrlngton, C. H. Hngar, F, H. Hardlo and II. S. Howard. Membership committee Ouy Howard, Burlington: E. W. Shlpman, Vcrgennes; W. C. Wltherbee, Port Heiiry; George S. Weed, Pittsburgh; W. B. Jones. Burling ton; Charles Head. Westport: W. H. Fon da, St. Albans: T. G. Budlngton, Port Kent, N. v.; H. H. Baxter, Hutland; II, E. Tutherly, Burlington. INTERSCHOLASTIC PRIZE SPEAKING rirailng Kntertnlnmeiit nt thn Unitarian Church Thnraitny Erenlng, Tho interscholnstlo prize speaking at tho 1'nltnrlan cburch Thursday called out a large audltice, in spite of tho rain, and because of Its novelty and merit proved to bo a pleasing entertainment. Eight young gentlemen, representing ns many acade mies and scmlnnrles In tho Stntc, partici pated, and without exception tellected credit on tho institutions that sent them. President Buckham explained the nature of the contest and announced tho speakers nceoraing 10 tno rouowing programme: Tho Vision of Tcufclsdroeck, Thomas Carlylo Oscar B. Wells, Brlgham Academy. England's Attitude Toward Armenia, Senator Fryo ray kiion, mmmons, jiurr ami Burton Seminary. Music University String Quartette. Veterans of the Battle of Bunker Hill, Dnnlel Webster David Carroll Gale, Goddard Seminary, Future of the United Stotos, Itobert Story Carlylo Varna Wllley, Lyndon Institute. Music University Glee Club. Toussalnt L'Ouverturo.,, Wendell Phillips Hurchard H. Smith, Montpcllcr Seminary. Tho Unknown Speaker Anonvmous Arthur L. Sliermnn, nutland Classical In stitute. Music University String Quartetto. The Eloquenco of O'Connell, Wendell Phillips Sidney C. Harding, Tht.tford Academy. Jnmes A. Garfield James G. Blalno GeorgS P. Eastman, Vermont Academy, MubIc University Glee Club. Award of prizes, Tho string quartette and Glee, club added to tho pleasure of tho entertainment and modo tho time required by the Judges pass quinsy. The Judges, Gov, Woodbury, Trlnclpal Lnndon of tho Hlgli school, nnd II, W. Tewksbury of Randolph, naturally bad some dltlieulty In making tho awards and while their decision did not meet with the unanimous approval of those composing ine ttuaience, 11 may ne said that It would have ben Impossible to havo nleaaed everyone, Thoy gave the first prize of J25 10 jur. summons, ine second or JJ5 to Mr. (kilo, and tho third of 10 to Mr. Smith. The contest was such a success that It Is to be hoped It will hereafter bo a regu lar vent In the. collcgo year. OUR CTY FATHERS. Hontlno niMlneia Ifimtncted nt Mnndnr KvBtilng'i Maetlng of Aldertunii, Alderman Davis was tho only nbienteo nt the meeting of tho Board ot Aldermen Monday evening, Tho following licenses were granted: To T. S. Peck for the use of College street for ono month! to J, Lawrence, Jr., for thn erection of a house on Greeno street, subject to the approvnl of the flro ward ens: to (J. N, Wells for erection of houso on aoutn union sircei; iu , i. nouuimi for erection of houso on the corner of. Union nnd Beech streets; to C. J. Har rington for erection of house on St. Paul street: to M, C. Hurson for erecting a ono story addition to barn at 399 North street; to John Bergeron for erection of hduse on tho northeast corner of Strong and Drew streets: to Mrs. Wellington Sager for the erection of a house on Shelburne, road: to F. H. Jordan or erecting shed nt 119 North street: to F, W. Macrea for erecting a doublo tenement on Buell street: to Dr. O. C. Hrlggs for erecting a nlnzzn 011 North Union streot; ' to Dr. W. H. Prlmo for1 erecting a dormer window on west side of I 241 Pearl street; to W. C. Ishnm for erec tion of a doublo tenement on South Union I street: to C. 10. Gfrrmaln for erecting nd-l dltlon to house, IDS North Wlnooskl nve-1 nuo; 10 iwrs. iuary i'. I'lnney ior ereciiuii of houso on Weston street; to F. Slilnvllloi for erection of piazza on rear ot house, I9S Pino street; to Arthur Duvnl for erec- Hon of a house on St. Paul street; to K, j J. Booth for houso on Booth street; to Alfred Lamotte for house on Boso street; to Fraser & McMillan for erection of barn1 In rear of No, SO Cherry street; to Bnrnum , & Bailey for exhibition August 14; to II. 1 K. Brndlee for news stand on Bank street; to O. M. Fnrrlngton for pop corn stand j corner Bank and Church street; to Saul Hnfsky for selling handkerchiefs ono night to 13. H. Shattuck for billiard hall; to J. II. Black for tn hacks for 1K)4; to C. W. IIowo ns auctioneer. The mayor's warrants wero ordered ap proved for the (Kiymont of the State school tax amounting to IGOrcu, and tho Stato highway tax of tho same amount. rim board of wnter commissioners re ported relative to the lease from tho Cen tral Vermont of land around tho pumping station, and a resolution was passed in Ktruotlng the city attorney to tnko tho necessary legal steps to requester the land In question, nnd to sccurp tho ndvlco nnd assistance of Mr. I). L. Cady ot New York city. A evolution was adopted authorizing tho strwt commissioners to sign a con tract with F.. F. Moore for furnishing nnd laying concrete sidewalks, etc., for tho season of 1S9G. Ellas Lyman addressed tho board rela tive to the default of the trolley road com pany In not completing tho North avenue road, on account of the petition of ,1. A. Arthur relative to the lnying of the tracks. Mr. Lyman asked for an extension of tlnw-rand two weeks was granted. Adjourned for two weeks. UNIVERSITY NOTES. O. M. Itognn Klectod Simmer of tho Next Tcnr'i Unit Tfnm. At tho college meeting Monday, George M, Hogan, '97, was ole -ted manager of the base ball team, and llllun J. Forbes, '95, assistant. It was voted to turn over the profits (tlfl2.GS) of the 'ninstrel show to the baso ball management, to be applied to liquidate old dt-bts. Sophomorn history and political economy have been made elective. Martin S. Vilas, '91, who has finished his labors for tho year as principal of the Hyde Park school, visited at thn eollcgo recently. Ho will spend th summer in tho mountains with Mr. Pitkin and a party of boys. Prof. an;l Mrs. Torrey entertained the seniors who nro members of Prof. Tor rey'H classes Monday evening. Tho Held day meet will not be held this year as a second half holiday could not bo obtained of the faculty. Col. nnd Mrs. C, II. Powell gave the seniors a reception nt their home on Wll llnms street last evening. Thn members of tho class attended In cap and gown. CITY COURT. Besides the other events of the day, there wns a small celebration Saturday In City Court. Both respondents at the bar of Justice were deeply Inspired not with patriotism Imt with tho cup thnt Inebri ates besides cheering. Louis Johnson, who was nrrested tho day before for drunkenness, nnd was too far gone to stand trial, had passed a night In the cooler and was In a better condition to know what was going on. lie was lined 5 nnd costs, which he paid, like a mice. He d1closed on wlno bought nt thv agency for medicinal purposes. Fred J. Levee, was arrested In the morn ing by Deputy Sheriff Taft, who gathered th victim in on his own tin enrt. lie pleaded guilty and was given the usual dose, Messrs. McOee nnd Woodworth of Phel burno appeared In court Monday for In toxication nnd wero lined the usual amounts. Mr. McGee disclosed an E. R. Crnndnll of Wlnooskl nnd Woodworth dis closed on McOee, In the afternoon tho courj room was the scene of ono of tho greatest textllo mns tlcatlons over heard. Hrldgett Lovejoy was brought In on tho charge of brcncli of tho penco for scrapping with a Mrs. Gravel Sunday afternoon. The State In troduced eight witnesses, who testified that the respondent had called Mrs. Gra vel everything In the list of appellatives except a decent woman, nnd Mrs, Gravel never said a word. The court found the respondent guilty nnd fined her Jt nnd costs. An appeal was taken. Truant Otllrer Lamora arrested Oliver Germain Tuesday morning for refusing to go to school and mixing things up when he did go, He Is a young shaver, 10 years old and a corker for "ono so young." He was given a hearing beforo Judgo Russell, who sentenced him to one year In the In dustrial schocl at Vcrgennes. He wns taken down by Officer Lamora. William Graham was brought In to an swer for a Jag, Ho did and wns fined the usual sum. Ho said ho drank some whis key with A. C. Daniels which tho latter owned, Daniels wns accordingly Intro duced nnd lined $."1 nnd costs of jsi.Sl for furnishing. Ho took an appeal and fur nished $50 hall. Onf Fgnew, who has been languishing In Jail for not making n. satisfactory dis closure for a Jag, came Into court ngnln yesterday and disclosed on Wllllnm Lang lols. The latter was given n hearing and discharged and Egnow wns remanded to think It over. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION. A Sunday-school convention will be held at Wllll.imstown In the Congregational church, Saturday, Juno 0, with tho follow ing programme: 10:00 a, m, Prayer nnd praise service. 10:30 a. m. Address of Welcome, B. D. Ffcnt Response, Rev. A. A. Smith, East Hnrro 10:4 a, in. Address; Rev. C. II, Morse, Brooklleld Social hour basket lunch. 1:30 p. m. Prnlse scrvlco, 1:45 p, m. Address, Rev, J. O, Sherburne, Wll llamslown. 2:15 p. m. Business meeting. 2:30 p, m. Benefits of a district union Open parliament, opened by S, S. Sec. I. B. Miller. Question box. Each school Is asked to furnish a recita tion, or a song, by tho children. GUBERNATORIAL SHOTS. (From tho Northfleld News.) Brother Stlckney has held a legislative omco for so many years that ho had a sort of home claim on Montpeller's support ot his gubernatorial ambitions, It would be unfortunate for the republl can party nnd the Stato generally If such a dirty campaign at tho Montpeller paper has waged against nn nsplrant for the governorship should prevail. But it will not. Children. CtfJ&Btober's. Castori THE MARRIAGE SEASON. Cupid ConJInunii Ills Work With Four Wddlti(t Yeiterdny, Mr, Frank George White nnd Miss Es tolla Constanco Lit Fountain wero united In marrlngo yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at tho Eplscopnl resldenco by Rev. Thomas Lynch, V. O, The. wedding was a very quiet iiffnlr, only the relatives of U10 contracting parties being present. Tho parlors worn very prettily decorated with flowers and plants. Tho happy couple were handsomely remembered by their friends with many presents, Including cut glass, silver engravings, china, and brlc-n-brnc. Mr. and Mrs. White left on tho flyer for New York and nftcr tlielr wed ding trip wilt mako Lake George tholf homo for the summer, where Mr, Whito Is captain of the steamer Tlconderoga, After October first, they will be nt home to their friends on Wednesdays nt 42 Church street, Mr, and Mrs. W. K. Walker, who also took tho flyer for New York, wore made tho victims of a humorous practical Joke at thn hands of their friends, who hud ac companied them to tho depot to bid them bon voyage, ns they sail for Europe Sat urday, Mr. nud Mrs. Wnlkep, .It will bo remembered, were mnrrled (jbout five years ngo, nnd never Indulged In i wedding trip of the stereotyped variety. Of late they havo been saying that their coming trip to Europo wolild be their wedding tour nnd their friends eagerly embraced the opportunity to send them off In tho cus tomary mnnner. Ono of their friends chalked their trunks with tho usual phrases and Mr. Walker, noticing It, told tho baggngemaster to tell tho perpetrator of tho deed thnt It was the wrong trunk, which he did. The chalk was according ly rubbed off nnd Mr. Walker laughed Inst and best. As they boarded tho train they wero showered with rice and started 011 their trip with tho hearty wishes of 11 largo number ot friends for an ctijoyublo trip. MILLER-WOOD. A largo number of pcoplo assembled In tho First Congrcgnttonal church yester dny afternoon, guests nt tho Wedding of Mr. Hnrry Howard Miller and Miss Alice Loulso Wood. Tho large nudltorlum, re dolent with the perfume of flowers artis tically arranged on the altar, wns well tilted with relatives and friends of the par ties to the vows, which were administered by Itev Edward Ilnwes, D. D. At 1130 o clock tho bridal party passed tip th centre Isle In this order: Ushers, bridesmaids, nnd tho bride, resting on tho arm of her brother, Mr. W. H. Wood. Tho groom nccompanled by the officiating clergyninn, passed up the side nlsle and met Hie bride nt the altar. At tho conclu sion of the ceremony the bride and groom, followed by tho attending party, passed out of the church to tho strajns of Men delssohn, by Prof. C. f. Davis, who rend ered Lohengrin for this entrance. The bride wua gowned In white silk, with penrl nnd laco trimmings, nnd car ried white roses. The bridesmaids were Miss llawes nnd Miss Jennie A. Wood, sliter of the hrlde. Miss Unwes was nt tlred In plfrk organdie nnd cnrrled pink carnations, and Miss Wood was similarly gowned In heliotrope organdie, carrying white carnations. The ushers wero Mfssrs. John Gibson, Tarry S. Howard, Max L. Powell, and Robert G. Stone. A reception was held Immediately after tho ceremony at the residence of the bride's mother, 32 North Wlnooskl avenue, only tho bridal party being present. Many presents were re ceived by the happy couple, embracing a rich display of silver, cut glass, linen, china, chairs, an onyx clock, pictures, etc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Miller left on the 6:10 train for a trip of about two weeks, after which they will be at homo to their friends at 32 North Wlnooskl nvenue. SMITH HAWKINS. Tho marrlago of Mr. Albert Chapman Smith nnd Miss Anna." Carl Hawkins took plat .its o'clock last evening nt the resl denco ot the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 E. W. J, Hawkins, on Pino street, In the pri-sence ot a number of friends. At tho nppolnted hour tho wedding party entered 1 tho parlor, while tht opera house orrhes tra played the wedding march from Lo hengrin, nud stood under a largo bell made of white carnations and surmounted by nn arch of cedar and smllax. The cere mony wns performed by Rev. Dr. W. S. Roberts, pastor of tho Baptist church. The bride was gowned In cream duchesse satin, with n veil trimmed with lilies of the val ley, and cnrrled a bouquet of bridal roes. Tho maid of honor. Miss Blaneho Smith of Granville, N. Y a sister of the groom was dressed In pink wool and chiffon nnd carried pink carn'atlons. The beat man was C. W. Doten. Little Mnrlon Landon strewed flowers In the path of the bride as she entered the parlor. The ushers were W. O, n.ndwln, .1. H. Macomber and II. K. Hradlee. Tho chandeliers were trimmed with smllax and palms were scat terea about tne house. After the ceremony the guests found plensuni In Inspecting the beautiful wed ding gifts from tho friends of tho young couple, nnd then refreshments wero served, Misses Jesslo Hawkins and Daisy Bradley assisting In serving. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left on tho 9:30 train for Bos ton, many of tho gner.ts following them to mo railroad station and mak nc the r good wishes rnnnlfest by liberal showers or rice. They will return the first of July and will reside for tho present with tho liridilw parents. Amonir the truests Inst evAtilm- ix-oro I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith and daughter I of Granville, N. Y,, E. H. Carl of Ferris- burgh and Mrs. D. A. Buhl and two sons ot rorth ! errisburgh. POPE-BURROWS. A very quiet but pretty wedding was that of Wllllnm D. Pope of this city to Miss Jesslo Ruby Burrows, which occurred at tno resldenco of tho bride's parents, .Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Burrows. In Jericho. Wednesday, Juno 3,1, Only tho Immediate families and a few Intimate friends were present, Mr. and Mrs. Popo will take a short trip tind will bo at home after Juno zotn nt 63 Church street, over F. H. Par Iter's storo. CONFERENCE CLOSED. The Chittenden County Cnngrrentlnnal Church Convention nt Charlntto, Thursday wns tho second nnd last dnv of the Chittenden county conference of Congregational churches at Charlotte. The day's session opened at 9:30 o'clock with a devotional service, led by Rev. L. I). Ten- ney or Jissex. At 10 o'clock a discussion was opened on "Young Peoplo nnd the Church." Mr. F. R. Pease of Burlington spoke of "What can the church do for the youm? people In the Sunday school?" Rev R. H. White of Jericho on "What can the church do for tho End-ivor society?" and Rev. Daniel Thomas of Richmond on "Whnt can theycnin? people do for the church?" Tho various phases of the sub ject wore all vigorously dlscuescd and It was regarded as a very profitable discus slon by all present. General discussion followed and was participated In by Hnrrv S. Howard. E. P. Shaw, Rev. S. L. Bates and Rev. Edward llawes of Hurllngton, Rev, T. D. Bacon of Essex and Rev. H, K. Herrlck of Milton. Tho general thomo of tho aftornoon ses sion was "The need of greater splrltualitv In tho church," Rev. S. L. Bates spoko on '1Mb Ministry." Hov. R. I). Fny on "It Membership," and Hov. D. B. Herrlck on "For Aggressive Work." Tho session closed'Wlth. a communion service. All the visitors wero loud In their pralso or tno nospiiaiuy or me people or Char lotte, who throw open their doors and gave them a wnrm welcome Into their homes, tho genoral reeling over the con fcronco was that It wo very helpful and an Incentive to more vigorous work. luntuutmuiiiuiRiuiwBuraamnincA 8 . I Mothers Hntv ror&yrnr. 1 vrimmy uai mrdlcluo Knew oi cmiaren j vmuuuio j rmiiii.ni of no I" C- inn TWO WEDDINQ3 TUESDAY. If, T. Tjndnll nnd Minn Ilomle Sherman, O, It, nrncken and Mlts Carrie Aland Mnr rled. Tho marrlago of Harry T, Tyndall nnd Miss Bessie Hello Sherman took placo Tuesday morning at tho residence of tho brido's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. D. Sher man, on Buttery Place, Tho houso being beautifully decorated for tho occasion. Tho ceremony was per formed by Bev. Dr, J. Ishnm Bliss. The bridesmaid was Minn Ha Sherman, a sister of the bride, and thn best man was William J, Tyndnlt, Jr., n brother ot the groom. Tho weddjng was prlvnto nnd no Invitations wero Issued but the popular younj peoplo received a largo number of presents. They took the noon train for a week's trip tn New York and on their re turn will reside at 42 Ornnt street. BRACKEN-MEAD. A very quiet wedding took placo nt 7 Tuesday evening at thn Episcopal resi dence on Cherry street, Miss Cnrrle Belle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mead, be ing United In mdrilago with Chnrtes II, Bracken, salesman for the lumber firm of Stcntson, Cottier & Co., of Boston, Itev, J. J. Boyle ofllclatlrfg. Tho bride was attired In a beautiful travelling suit of brown Persian material. The bridesmaid was Minn Susie A. Mead, a sister of tho bride, and Dana R. Bracken, a brother of the groom, acted ns best tnnn. After the ceremony a wedding supper wns served to tho relatives and frMids who wore present, after which the happy couplo left on the 11 o'clock train for Boston, whero they will mako their home, Mr. and Mrs. Bracken worn the recipients of many beautiful and costly gifts. CHURCH CONFERENCE. Cnnrontlon of Chjttendou County Conirr gntlnnnl Clilirolten In Charlotte Tho Chittenden county conference of Congregational churches met May 2S morning In thn Congregational church In Charlotte. The conference wns orirnnlzed at 10:15 n. m. Tho Rev. P. M. Snyder ot.r. and Mrs. Tyler ot EO South Wlnooskl Hurllngton was elected moderator uriil the 'tvenuo wns held from the houso Thurs Hov. Edward Rose of Jericho, scribe. Tho 'lay nfternoon. Rev. II. S. Howe olllcl mornlng s.slon wns srlven to the report nteil. The Interment was at Lako View of tho registrar. Hov. B. K. Herrlck ot, Milton, and to supplemental reports from the churches. The fuct was noted that for several yenrs tho Sunday school en rollment In the county had diminished, and some time was spent discussing the causes of such n decrease. In other re spects tho'reports from the churches wero very favorable, IkiMi regarding member ship nnd benevolences. At 12:30 o'clock nn abundant collation wni served by the ladles In the vestry ad joining the church. At 2 o'clock Prof. church fellowship, which was followed hy! Goodrich renjl an .admirable pupcr on i a brief discussion of the theme. At 2:1' o'clock tho Rev. Edwin Ropo discussed the question, "Why nr6 thero not more men In tht; churches?" It was a curious coin cidence that In tho chtirch with which tho conference met, thn male members out number the female by nenrly W per cent. At 3:3) Mist Torrey gave a review of tho field of tho Woman' Board of Mis- finest local Insuninco ofilce In the Stale, slons, nnd at 4 o'olc-k thn Rev. Judson ' and It would be cnlled a very handsoino Smith, D. 1),, foreign secretary of thn '""1 superior office In any city In the American Board, delivered a very lmpres-' United Ktnte. Being on City Hall Square, lve uddress on "The claims of Foreign with a line outlook on City Park, near tho .Missions, despite nil discouragements nnd,1nnk-, and on the street through which cr1tl-lms." , At S o'clock a recess tas wot of the visitors to the City pass on taken until 7:35 o'clo-k. arriving by enrs or steamers, Its location. From 2 to 3 o'clock a special meeting of could not be better for business. The main tho Woman's Board of Missions was held otlico Is a high ttud spacious room on tha In the vestry of the church and was of grmnd llnor with nn -elegant plato glass very great Interest, front. Within It has a nandsome counter, The evening sewlon opened at 7:30 desks for the clerks and vnlnscottlng of o'clock with a praise service, which was ' hard wood, and at tho rear nro tho followed by an address ' on "Covenant VowS" by the Rev. Edward Hawcs, D. (D, and by tho conferonev sermon by the Rev. T. D. Bacon of Essex Junction. ANNUAL MEETINGS. Officers nnd Directors Klrctad by Trrci As sociations Mnndnr Krenln. Tho stockholders of tho Vermont Elec tric company held their annual meeting Monday nfternoon nt tho Van J?ess House. These directors were re-elected: A. E. Richardson, II. W. Allen. Wlllnrd Crane, L. H. Turk, F. H. Wells, A. C. Whiting nnd E. A. Pope; auditors. F. II. Wells, A. C. Tuttle. and Frederick Gay. The directors organized as follows: Mr. Rlchnrdson, president; Mr. Pope, vlce presldciu; Mr. Whiting, secretnry nnd treasurer: and W. S. Vincent, manager. CEDAR BEACH ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of tho Gcdar Bench association was hold Monday nt Judgo Russell's olllce. The folldwlng officers wero ro-elected: President. C. M. Spauld Ing; vice-president. H. O. Wheeler; trens urer, W. B. Gates; secrotary. J. W. Rus- fell; executlvo committee, Fred Johonnott, r. is. Gates, w. W. Walker, with the president and secretary ex-otflclo. DIOCESE OF VERMONT. The lofltli Animnl Convention to bn Held nt Mlddliibury .Itine 17 nnd 18. Tho 101th nnnual convention of tho dio cese will bo held nt Ht. Stephen's church, Mlddlebury, on Wednesday and Thursday, Juno 17 nnd IS. Tho convention will meet for ortrnnlzatlon on Wnlnesilm- mornlnir at 8:3ii. Tho opening service will be at p celebrated Travelers Accident Insurancq o'clock, the celebration of the Holy Com-' company of Hartford, Conn.: the Hartford munlon, with tho bishop's first ttlennlal Steam Holler Insurance compnny; tho Am charge to the clergy nnd people of the dlo-jerlcan Surety company of New York, nrjd cese. The ofTorlngs will be for diocesan ' other leading companies, it has an envl mlsslons, At tho close of tho service tho I a'''" reputation for honorable dealing, convention will ndjourn to tho town hall, prompt pnyment of losses, and courteous and at once proceed to business. The treatment of nil customers, bishop's annual address will bo delivered! JIr- Arthur R, St. Pierre, who has been in tho town hall nt 3 o'clock. The evening with Mr. Peck since n boy, Is In chargo of session of Wednesday will be chlelly de-Mho otllce, with Mr. F. A. Rousseau asslst- voted to the consideration of tho mission- ary work of tho diocese. HINESHURGU ROAD NOT ABAND ONED. A rumor has been current for several days that tho building of the Hlnesburgh railroad had been abandoned. Tho story like many others seemed to have no sourco In particular nnd no positive state ments were made. Chnuncey W. Urowncll, tho treasurer of tho road was seen yesterday afternoon and stated that ho hud received no In formation and knew of no reason why tho building of tho road should ho abandoned. ' back and every part of tho urinary pas! He also raid that between 15000 and $10,000 ! eages In male or fjmale. It relieves reten hnd already been expended In the work tlon of water and pain In rlng It al unit it . nnt nrniiniiin thnt the mnn.v mMt Immediately. If you want quick re and It ns not probable that the mon ,ct anrt curr tnfs l3 ,.our ren,e(yi 8oId niu.-i UAitnieii nuiiiu u irn iu nui"t. Rlghts ot way havo been purchased und paid for, ties havo been purchased nnd scattered over about halt tho dlstanco and much other work done, Chief Engineer Sinclair paid he had been and was now expecting tho ottlclals hero dally and did not think they had any Idea of giving up tho project. He said tho prime movers In the work wre operating a big railroad scheme In Virginia and thought that might hn,ve delayed the be ginning of tho work here schnewhat. THE NEW METHODIST BISHOPS. Tho two new Methodist bishops are both of them ex-soldiers. Chaplain Me CHb'o Is 58 .years old. Ho was taken pris oner during the war. nnd wns for a long tlmo confined In Llbby prison. He Inheri ted pome money, nnd by Investments his wealth grew rapidly. Much of It 'has been spent In advancing the cause of .Methodism, ho u considered tho grent. est money raiser In the MethodlBt church He raised tho mission collection from JMO.OOO to l,2ro,000, Bishop Cranston wns a soldier in tho Into war, and Is now a member of tho Loyal Legion, He Is art eloquent minister nnd prenched for mny years In Indiana, Illinois, and Colorado. lie Is n member of tho Colorado confer ence. "T - "F w .wsMl-WM w a wiuiutuui. the jel vegotablo apecltTc, baa been curing children It It the safes iLaulakeiLnnd mruft nfrci. over prepared for all sto or aauiti. lite, at all dru Lttii'np hp mnll dook a dou i cnildren in 3 mom era. ft j nuffiinrini n mwinfri, Tfallr A firs i ;aiara 1100. 1 FOUR FUNERALS THURSDAY. Mrs, Wllllnm Bmillj, Mrs, Mary Foliom, Allx Mnry Wnltnn nnd nn Infntit Hurled. Tho funeral of Mrs. William Scully, who died suddenly at tho houso of her son, James B. Scully, May 20, took plnco at St. Mary's cathedral Thursday morn ing at 9;30. High roqulpm mass was sun by Rev. John J. Boylo and among lh clergy present wero Revs, D. J. O'SullH van of St. Albans, P. Coffey of Brandon C. Delaney nnd .1. W. Dwyor of this city Tho bearers wero Edward Dwycr, O. Il Itnnd, I. M. Corley, O. M, Cosgrlff, Pete Devereux and T. F. Ahenrn. Tho usheri wero Edward B. Corley, J. E. Fltzgorald and P, E, McAullffft. The Interment wns at Mount St. Joseph's cemetery. In tho death of Mrs. Scully this city loses ono of Its oldest residents, sho having resided here for over CO years. Tho funeral of thn Into Mrs. Mary Fol sotn wos held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon nt the residence of her daugh ter, .Mrs. E. O. Wormell on Grant street. Rov. II. S. Howe, pastor of tho Methodist Episcopal church oHlclattd, and tho bear era wero Messrs. Sayles Nichols, Frank Wallace, I, J. Flanagan nnd F. Johonnott. Music was furnished by a quartette con sisting of Ml.ffs Besslo I,. Sherman and Carolyn II, Ynlo and Messrs. R. K. Scv orson and G. D. Sherman, who sang thro selections "My Faith I-ooks Up to Thee," "O, Paradise," and "Sleep Thy Last Sleep." A largo number of friends fol lowed tho remains to Lako View cemetery whero the body was consigned to earth with a short burial service. The funeral of Miss Mary E. Walton was held from the Homo for Aged Wom en Thursday afternoon. Rev. J. Ishnm Bliss otllclatlng. Tho bearers were Wil liam C. Stacy Charles E. Allen, Mark Ww Adams and Wllllnm S. Wngcr. Tho Inter ment wns nt Lake View cemetery. Miss Walton was SI years old and had been no lnmitto of tho Homo for some tlmo. Sho was born In the north of Ireland nnd camo to this country when about 25 years old. Sho hH' been n resident of this city for many years. Tho funeral of tho Infant daughter of cemetery PRORATE COURT. Dullness Trnnsnntnil for thn Weak Ending; Tnnn .1, 1HPO. Horace P. Fairfield's estate, Essex, ap pointment of Frank L. Parsons, Colches ter, administrator. Charles E. Warren's estate, Wllllston, settlement of executor's account. James Carvlllo's estate, Underbill, iip polntment of C. M. Spauldlng, Burlington, administrator, nnd James Cavanagh, Un derhlll, nnd Jnmei Morris, Cambrldue, appraisers. GEN. PECK'S INSURANCE AGENCY. General Theodorn S. Peck's Insurance Agency now occupies Its new quarters at 1"2 College streot. This Is doubtless tho i in'iier.U's otlico for consultations; tele- phone closet, and toilet looms with .all modern conveniences. A stock-room for statloery Is on tho second floor and a spa cloim basement Is occupied by the heating npparnttH, which Is a hot water system of tho latest kind. All 'In all a mora con venient and comfortablo otllce for both oc cupants and cuetomers, Is seldom seen. General Peck Is a veteran In insuranco ns well ns In military service. Enlisting In the army of tho Union lnl!01, when a mere boy, after almost fotir years of faithful service ns a prlvato nnd nnof fleer, ho returned to Burlington, nnd com menced the business of Insurance by ho fall of H;s In company with Col. Gectvge W. Hlndcs, under the firm name of Hlndes & Peck. After six months this partnership wns dissolved, nnd he opened nn ngeney In the storo of Loomls it Allenon tho northwest corner of Church and Bank streets, In the building now occupied by Heaupro A Lowrey. Later he removed to No. 100 College street, occupying a rear office on the second floor, where he romnln ed about two years. He then movwd to the rooms occupied by the Vermont Llfo Insurance compnny on tho same rloor, 1 where ho has hud his office for some 23 years. During this tlmo he has paid out in Hro los-es about fl.fl0i.sS3. In life losses JI01.I29, and in accident claims some Jl, 3S0 us well ns a large amount In marine, pinto glass and liability Insurance. Tho business of the agency extends throughout the State of Vermont, northern New York nnd Canada, nnd nmong Its patrons nro many of the loading men of the State nnd cpuntry. Among the strong and heavy In surance companies represented by thli agency are our own sterling National Llfo ! Insurance comnanv of Mnntnellnr? thn nnu .Mr. John E. Traill bookkeeper. A stenographer and two other clerks com. pleto the roll of employes. Tho removal to the handsomo and ronvenlent quarters marks a fresh stngo In thp progress of tho ngeney; nnd Its growth and success In tho imn opino pun jcaij csanqnop mi.m ijijni of tho past. Itotler In Six Hours, Distressing Kldnoy and Bladder diseases relieved In six hours by tho "NEW GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN KIDNEY CURE." This new remedy Is a great surprise on account ot Its exceeding prompness la rallAt'lnn ti.ln tn thlA .l ,1 .1 Ul. ,y 11. U. BlPJmB M I.O., UrUBglfltS, Bur- llngton. Vt. a tuun. We, tho undersigned, do hereby ngreo to refund the money on a fifty cent bottle of Greene's Syrup of Tar If It falls to euro your cold or cough. Wo also warrant a twenty-five cent bottle to prove satisfac tory or no nay. R. H. STEARNS A CO., J. O. BELLROSn, CHURCHILL & ST. JOHN. . BEAUPRE & LOWREY, W. H. ZOTTMAN A CO., J. W. O'SULLIVAN, LYMAN A HALL, F. L. TAFT & CO., F H. PARKER & CO., EUGENE GOSSELIN & BRO. MAnillKD, GREENE BENSON. In this city. Juno 1, by Rev, Edward Hnwcs, Monroo J, Orcenn of Morrlsvlll and Mrs. Hannah L. Benson of Jhls city. ihkh" MILLER. In Shelburne, May 23, Mrs. John M. Mlllor, aged 00 years. BROWN. Yt his residence In North Wll llston, Saturday evening, May 30th, B. B. Brown, aged 43 years. ntvr.s hotijtess PHACriCIi IK BOOKKECPINQ SHORTHAND Pr L i'-DtH In everrthluc. Shorthand &mGRAPiY. For catalog Address, Cnntell JiGtilchesa, Albany, N. Y. DR. WJLLARD will be pleased to answer anyuetiers ot inquiry respecting hia papo? upon Djseass and Morality, read at tUo last meeting ot tho Wl nooskl Association.