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THE BURLINGTON FREE I'll ESS, THURSDAY, M Alt OH 2, 1809.
OO90?00000O90?00?0?0OOOO?OOOOOOiie j TELEPHONE 31-1 n 1THE OLD BEE HIVE Ribbons and Wash Goods. S Nothing moro dnlntv. nothing more "nmfm l-il.lp it stylish wns ever glv Oen to Indies for neck wpnr, than the li limine rlbbonn wp r.TP showing now J for ecU.uH, iiecnmpaiiled l.y the mot ol lint Kilt cl.isps or buckle, In Jeweled y crtu tH and plain dull llnlr.li. to make th ii.....nu Miuwti In ribbons O We havo p.vptv wliltli of rilihrin In 8 Collars, Belts Tho newest shades and styles Wash Goods, Piques. O Fashion editorial s .v plain white i tics nre rcrelvlng nn extremely large (jnmoimt of atU'iitlon, for uhlrt waists-, n.nrtcd by tho nc.v Insertions nnd tucked U shillings. 8 8 Striped Piques, O For mine shirt wnls's ., em to be the proper styl" for this spring's demands. ffAs a skirt material the wide wulo of heavy cord effects reign supremo for lu C dies nnd inlss.p. 2 In colored strlpps we havp everything Hint Is desirable, dark patterns also Sin stripes and dots, aim plain colors. Remnants of NiilnsjnK- in snipes, checks are. being bought freely here. 5 The priies arc right, the goods are worth SHj a. yard. Selling now at o 12 1-2c A Lowell Ingrain Carpet o o 8 " o t o o s 8 Is the stand ird by which nil for over fifty years. When Best All Wool Carpets at 50c a yard. We mean l.OWKI.L'S Oil MAKKS we can guarantee to be, equally asg pood. Our price th! sprlnc for making, la.ving and lining Ingrain fju Carpets Is "p a yard. In other words, wp furnish the Hcst All Wool Q Carpets made, laid and lined nt we n yard. No other firm In Hurling-if. ton can s-ell at this pilco without a loss. We make a small prolll bulO that is all. o Chamberlin & Wood. Thc O 0O 040ftOftO0 oooo ft HOME MATTERS. CITY AND VICINITY. II N Drury Is ill with bronchitis nt his homo on Elmwood avenue. The Cblneo heaiinc.-, which wero set f-,r TuiMlity, Hum again liostponed. ,T hn T. Clapp, who has bren 111 for fccv cial wi eks. Is now iccovcriug. E. T. .liid son of Illclimond died last Mon day evening at S:30 at tho ago of 7b' years. Dolan Hiosc. received Monday a lot of fine maplo sugar mado thl year In Cambridge. Rice's comedians open a week's engage- ment at tho Howard opera houso Monday ivoiung, March Cth. , , , Georgp lVtorsou. Fon of Mr. nnd Mrs. C a I'etrrson of this city, has gone from New York to Havana. , , . Mrs. ! ranees D. Dow, who has been er,tieall ill for some weeks with pneu- monla, Is now lmpro(ng slowly. I.otters from I'ostniaster W. E. Hall, who is In Florida for tho winter, statu that his health is improWng. A son was born Thursday morning to Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Chadwlek Scara of No. l'l 1oomls street. I Tiank J. Relcher ot Troop K. 2d cav- Vr. is pul.' o.lwl as a deserter, hiwlng lift his command nn Fibruary 13th. . ,.i ,i , A petition In yolunta, banki.n tey wan fl,... I Tuesday by C l,j ries M. Shangraw of Rlihmoud. Tho pctillon Is num.eicil .VI. L. M. Tiarro.vs, who started for Green Covo springs l-'la., seve.al weeks ago, l,,uj ' just airlved thprc. haying been detained , l.y sicklies while on the wny. William Robert, the infant son of Mr. ' nnd Mis. E. A. Whltlock. died at one o'clock Tuesday morning from tho effects on bronchitis and whooping cough. Tho sad news was received Monday nf the death Sunday ot Gertrude Keyes, wife of Carl II. Foster, at Peterboro, N. 11. She leaves a little boy tlvo years old. , . Two petitions in voluntary bankruptcy were tiled on Saturday. They were those ot John E. Anderson of St. Albans and! Ix.wis S. Coburn of Windsor. John Edwin and wife havo returned to tins ui) u uiu oi.uu.ciii : wncrc mey went u. ..pirato n. genual fnr ,hcm ,t notlfk.a liy nulI ,. tCi... House, which wjs recently buruc-d. phone. Grand Master J. 11. Hlakely of Bellows v rjarvoy of Fairfield, a ciaduate of Kails Is prepailng for the institution of ,),, mKh school, class nf iW, has a thron subordinato lcvlges of Odd Follows M,mt,i thn duties of clerk In the Hurlim -Bt Wllllamstown, Roch.'Ster and Wlnhall. lrm p0stolllci Mr. Gaivcy lakes the plui e Sheriff Reeves arrested FredHlxbv Tups- of Paul Dove, resigned, and will run on day on the chargeof having committed alternato days upon the train north from rapo upon Mrs Harney Foley. Blxby is In Rutland to work tho local mall en route. Jail, Ho in a married man and has so- ,)onn Sc.nnloni tho Midler arrested in crul children. Wlnooskl by Deimty Sheiiff Hallou. was Miss Klttlo McCaffrey, who lives at tho brought before Justice Graves Thursday comer of Gcorgo and Peru streets, has for further disclosures nnd said he got returned from Montreal, where she wont something to drink at Charles Murphy's, to undergo a serious and painful opera- John II, Young camo In and took the o' tlon upon her eyes. fence. Be was fined $10 and costs und nn F R. Far.ingt.,1, has been obliged to a"Pl'nl wa" tal:en' j;vo up Ills position as clerk In tlu How- f)no of tho two months' old twin boys ard National bank on account ot 111- of Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Maynaid of health and will loturn to his home in Aichlbald str.-et, died of bronchitis innl Brandon, whooping cough Into Monday night. Tl e funeral was held at i o'clock Tunsduv af- Tho mcmhova of St. Joseph s society aro t,.u,oon from St. Joseph's church, and the making I'laboratu pieiuii-ations to cell- inteimcnt wus In Mount Calvary ceiiie lirate their &jth anniversary in this city u.ry. July I. About 23 societies uro expected to bo propent from away. C. A. Barber purchased several pound'! Petitions ln voluntary bankruptcy worn "f "fP1," BUK'V r!'om a Jnrmcr "v'" filed with clerk of tho United State, Court Cambridge Monday. Tho sugnr Is in George K. Johnson Thursday by Ernest Km.'" l"Ies' , m'a "l'l""" tht t!lll' ;l,c JI. Fortln of St. AlUans nnd by Zibu N. 0l, 1 s inanufacturo Is almost unprecedrm- J'.Um, u fivimer living In Bethel. J'!1, 11 l,i,H ovorJ' "PPeiranco of confirming the statPment of the maker that It w:.s Tho matron of tho Rescue Home, Shel- made this season, burno streot, would lllm to sponro tho . ,, ,,, , adoption in good families of two girl l.a- , '"r;tl,";,or 1,e c-dltors in tho bles. One In six weeks old und otio four 'Tuiu' of cl:',rc'H ""ward and Hor.it.o rr-mUiu nlii Lanu, bankrupts, was held before, Gio, 13 W. Debervlllo, refereoin bankruptcy Mnp. Shnrlft Reeves went to Essex Junction day afternoon. No trustee was np- Momlay night nnd made a search at W. B. pointed In Mr. Howard's estate, 'i ho Johnson's hotel, whero ho secured a caso hearing In Sir. Lane's estate was pontln- ot lager bee-r, four bottles of whlnkey and mil to Satutday, .March Ith, at 10 o'clock n jug e.t gin. ino Kiieriu wan iiuauie n unci .Mr, jonusoii. Tho heavy poles for the framework ot tho big VJO-font shed of the Hhepar.l fr Iilorso Lumber company bnvo nrrlveil an 1 tho work of construction will bo begun shortly, nils Is tho tlrst step ot tho re-building. MMm w mm wm 1899 Models Nowon Exhibition. Columbia Chainless Bicycles, Columbia Chain Bicycles, . . Hartford Bicycles, . . . . Vedette Bicycles, . . , JOHN A. M ANSON & CO. Agents for Pope Mf'g Co, slock tluit is nccikd for O : o 8 8 o 8 8 3 8 and 5ashes, They are here now. o 8 8 8 O 8 o o o i o f o YapcL N. E. CHAMBERLIN. o other mills are judged, we offer you tho It has been so 15 o Old Bee Hive Carpet Store o o oo ooooo oooo t D. T. Donnelly, lately of E. E. Clarkson & Co.'s unit yesterday to Montpeller, where ho Intends starting In business for hlmselt as a merchant tailor. Ills many friends In this city wish him the best of success. Tho Chinese hearings wero continued Thursday, when seven cases were heard. Four were completed and tho respondents iiiseharged while the other three wwo continued. Adjournment was then taken lo February 2 Charles A. Catlln of Providence, R. I., ai rived In tho city last evening with tho remains ot illss Lucy U. Adams. The fu neral will be held from tho c-hapcl of tho Flist church at 2:30 p. m. to-day, with In terment In L.iko View cemetery. There will be a salo of unclaimed frleght held by tho American Express company for Vermont In this city on the evening or March 10th. The.se sale-s are made with- t lmwrapplnK ,ho packages sold and suallv t.rt,.ll0 no Jlttlo amlIM!,nellt. The caso of II. G. Wlllard vs. J. V. Fom..lln ,)(.foro s. M, KIInl ,Vil. lleard KrldaJ. nn(1 ju,iBmcnt rendered for tho r'aiutllf for JhTi.ivi and costs. F. H. Debcr- ..Ulc appeared for tho pl.ilntltf and C. J. Ferguson for tho defendant, lljrJow or wJ( iafi been nt tho Mary Fletcher hospital for a. number of wecks, has so much Improved that she was able to be taken Tue-sday ,0 Mrs. II. L. TouMcy's, where she will rcnnln for a, whllo before going home. ILL. Loomls returned to this city Mon- day night after a visit nf several weeks )0f , f t, hlsho.no in , Mllssat.husetls, Mr Loomls, sr.. Is now so far recovered as to bo up and about. .jj.t. i;ov. N. w. Flsk was In thin c, . Vl.st(.lday on hls wliy t0 l,B home In ,sU, M Mot(0 nfter an cxlell(le(1 trip ,0 I'hiladelphln, Washington and Huston. Gov. Flsk left Mrs. Fisk In Iloston, whero "he will remain until tho 15th of April. :ln.or ConnBrfi Sormcry ronaetor on tho Winooskl run, was transferred yes- t inlay to the depot run in plnco of the late Henry Johonnott. Conductor F. .1. Habcoek takes Mr. Connern' place and Conductor Emery Mills takes Mr. Hub- ck's lilace. The Homo for Destitute Children Is In tl'fd of baby carriages. Any having baby carriages for vhieh they have no furlh' r uso will confer n great favor on the Hume by contributing them. The Home will tor examination of tho bankrupt, A meeting of tho Hoard of Normal yehool t'immlssloners was held In this city Knday night to discuss tho nxix'iidltuiii of the approptliitlon of J1W0 by the legis lature to each of tho threo normal schools. Prof. Wnltei Howard ot Mlddlebury, Frd AV, Pierco of Chester, secretary and $65 and $75 $40 and $50 $30 and $35 $25 Principal Francis A. nagtmll of St. AN I bans of tho board and M. H. Stone, stato Buperlntcndont of education wero present. Tho principals of tho threo schools also attended tho meeting. They nro Walter K. Ranger of Johnson, Kdwnrd Connnt of Itandolph and Philip H. Leavenworth of Castlcton. 1 Michael Arcand, aged 73 years, died In this city yesterday morning of cancer nt the lip. Tho deceased Icnvvcb n number of children, his wlfo having died somo tlmo ago. Tho funeral will tako place from St. Joseph's church to-morrow morning at o'clock Tho Intel meut will bo In Mount. Calvary cemetery. Sir. nnd Mrs. F. L. Tnft am In Plain field, to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. 51. A. Vincent, who died on Monday iicim an attack of the grip, which devel oped Into pneumonia. Mrs. Vincent was over hJ) years of agp, Tho funeral was held Wednesday and tho Interment was In coutt house. Tho court was In session tui PJaliideld. . I til 1 o'clock In tho afternoon, when an ail- Mrs. Fred Herkley, who has been con ducting a boirdlng house nt the comer of Pearl and St. Paul stieets, old her 1 . , ., fc, i- n l,t ju.u.o uim nil: infill milium ui uuut, business and b.so of the premises Tup.- Wheeler lo tll0 formiT jjy ,vllch thcn day to II. K Connnt of Itlehmond. Mr. rclircJ to ,iertorn, iis duties At the af Connnt took possession of tho boarding Ei foK hmit Wcrlnosiliiy. Mrs. Herkley will re- sonic her former position at tho Van Ness aR0 caso oC Ule li1( :an(, HllUroa(, company i und tho demurrer of tho attorneys ot tho The block at the corner of Church stieot State, nnd Mehanlcs Lane owned by Mis. Ily-i A large representation of the nttorneya land Is to bo thoroughly repaired nnd tho of tho State was present at tho opening two stores which It eontnlns math- moro of court In the morning and others eamo modern. The block is now In Very pnor.upori tho noon train. Tho proclamation condition nnd tho repairs will bo virtually for the opening of the Circuit and Ulstrlct u rebuilding. The building Is now oecu- Courts was made by Thomas Kalley, who pled on tho ground lloor by a restaurant served Tuesday in the. doublo duty of and a shoj more. 1 Col. H. It. Smallpy ot this city has been iii'iiuiiiivu ii u iraunu iiti iiL ui uiu uur- traiTsfer midp and tho accounts ot tho .,.v...o ....i.iv.1. wj, i..,bu i.i;u,. er. A soldier arrested by Constable Graves In Inooskl Monday evening was tnl before. Justice S. M. Flint Tuesday anil tho lines and costs assessed for Intoxle lion and a breach of the peacp amounted disclosed avlng for gift of a to $1S. This was paid. Tho man on a fellow soldier, who was leaving tho West and left him a parting quart of whiskey. Miss Minnie. Gordon, aged 27 jears. died nt ! o'clock Monday inorning of con.. sumption .kftcr a long lllnei Tho dc- ci aed leaves a mother and thrco sisters, . u ui inu in lllm- ?cepi .Mis.; npr''wil0 V'nVj,: ?' funeial was held nt ft. Joseph's church at li o clock Wednesday morning. The In- terment was in Mount Calvary cemetery. The Vermont Electric company are con- trading with the Lang & Ooodhuo Mnnu- 1 f.lf.tllrinir fonitinin- fnr n urv wtol llnmn to be nl iced inside thn mpsrni fliimn nf stone in turning tho power generators at tho gorge. Tho new Hume Is 12 feet square and 53 feet long and slips 1115I1I0 the stoiio Hume, which Is 14 fitt .iiiunrp. 'M10 llumo Is to be constructed ot half and flve-clghths iron. Several other Imnrove-, menis ai me gorge aio conicmpmieii. William O. Haldwln nnd Mrs. Kathryn Hoardman Kretsehmer were niaiiieil at tho homo of tho bride's mother. Mis. A. 15. Hoardman, at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. Tho ceremony was performed by Ilex. C. L. Hall, pastor of the Metho- dist rhurch, in tho piosenco of members ot tno two lamines. .Mr. anil Mrs. mini- win went to IJoston on the. 11:20 train on a nvJp., V n, r i f . I y H Wl" cxtenu iniir nest wisnca. Tho funeral of Thomas Splam, aged 70 years, who died Thursday morning at 5 o'clock of heart failure at his homo on North avenue, wns held nt St. Mary's cathe- drill at U oc'loik Saturday morning. Thu deceasod leaves three sons and four daughters. Mr. Snlaln was an old resident of this city, having lived In Hurllngton about 30 years. Ho worked for tho Central Vermont railroad for a number of yearu and later for the city. Tno Interment was In Mount S. Joseph's cemetery. The funeral of Mrs. James H. Mitchell was held from the Unitarian church Thursday morning. The church was filled with friends and the casket wis almost hidden by a profusion of lnutiful flowers. H. Klngsland and E. M. Stylo. Tho in terment was In Lako View ocmctery. John Taylor, local manager for tho Now England Tcleplinno anil Telegraph com- j.anf left Saturday morning to assumo tho duties of a position as private secretin y for Superintendent J. H. Barrv of tho Cen- ...... . . ""i'i I li IIU.1IUIH .liulce Hincham appeared for tne plaintiff aim nenry uaiiuru ror tint defendant. At the close of thc. atKumeiits It was ruled ui.it tne iieiiiuiuni recovir tun sum of Jldi.S7 and costs. The case Kiew out of the hellliiK of a monum. nt by tho plibi- tiff to Mrs. Johnson. After thp sale Mrs iiiiMwu, i-ui' iiimu mm . iiiuu-siii ,.mi:i nnKtoii, F. W. Hootli of Kssex Junction, "'oi iusure iMonuny arternoon. The ills- -""-- -imey nnu iiucj - me uny prcviuus Bqiinsii, cents a corporation, which has just purchased tho j,, (St jjurnnam ot uurllngton. 1. II. Chap- -lsuro on which ChamberH was arraign-! Inr making a disturbance on North ave- B cents a pound; thr Industries nt thc receivers' srnle. Tho , of jPric10i j A. Donaliuo of Kssex, Or- v,i was that of Fred Trombley, who c-lalm-l nUo at tllu "1,0 Hive." It was reported cents a pound. Il.i n.nn n:.lnh..lA. I.'l.. Al.l -ltt.. - ..... ... - - - . - v. v. . v. w '!-. "'-ii p 'iiiiv-ui iiiw . n u r tu r ra ,.t t . f tir.inr nf iniritnt'. vu iif niivc i:ul it nnriK in I riiitn unrc hn tun tu vtiu umuvi a iini i, jjuixjii n u.-t uiiiiu . lio sprvipps worn pnn.liinteil hi- itpvu .t . .. .-.-.j . . y , man. .mil n up 1 tn ,ln furninr iwr. ..tii,.. craps Irom btaiitiard Post. Ci. A. I?.. jE. (ioodiieh and J. H. Metcalf. Tho jp(J jV i,a,M of East Alburgji G. 1R from farm ln Colclu'-ste1'. when a which the deceased was an enthus - - - - .. ........ v.. .nnlA n.n ...1 A 1. ti 1. 1 ,1 tlrl rF UI .. . . .. . ...,...u..,- ... .. , .,,1,111 viiun .IIIH .M'.lici ;uy V.UII II. . nr nf TJlrlif.-ir,l T. 11 l.'tlnn nf v'J",i1il"l luurv iniii;.- UCHlM-'fll HIS team ailll ."v-..'"'. . .t.,t.-,,u iii'iuih-ih ui i Thee' and "Come Fnto Me." The bear- i'. ,, ..... 0I, ,,,,'. .; , ' ,7""' Hint of Dr. H. E. Colvin, which was being Veimont Conim.uidery, Military Order r.u r 1 , TA tl.ll. . ' ..11 .III'. U. ... .Yll,,.,l. ,1,.,,., 4 , . , ' .1... r,...nl ,,,.n,. l. 11... nnv in th i cdtv L ut " Zh comnH-ncn wl 1 tho Hw red C to m tinown 0,11 '' ,hc IorCB ot shock i"d "al,nS i,nJ rccii8 and unonK tho h'a,n, 11 to 13-i c'.nts; smoked Irculde s. 1 ADAMS IWtury X W at Mm rsi. h 1 st t ' C l, "m5,?, I "A, '"vf S books , issi ' i,v the last General' la,uk'(i on 1,ls heai1' nctlnK a severe many beautiful Iloral tributes w.ur a Mai- cents; tripe. 10 cents. plckUd pigs' feet. '! ,V" Ih.rv with wlZ hn ii tT lhM AssembU- nn'l wnulrhiir HroncW "n wo","J 1" frehead. H bit his tonguo two cross from tho Alpha Tau Omega 121, cents, pickled lambs' tongue. Scents 1 1! AiUini. in tho "th wii former lv division J,,Lrl,,?pmW Hiet a ii to "nhu'r o sale mil eal-P book" l'adly whcn lle ft'" anJ hls "s wero CUI- 60clety of tho -"'verslty of which -Mr. each; i.ed beef. 6 to 12 cents. Pork'r "f ,l'r r'R(- wm, huartPrs'hlluL ciMM TX ILTiVS, ?nJ .C& .fi I??'. ? ,f"j ' .HAGAU.-In th.lty. Feb. 25, Geer- X , , , , , mp 'Phn pnninlnlnnit.4 nikeil that the ..... .. u.. ....... man ,u ,u. ....... ..... ...... . v iwitu unu s.ui iiun, o iu .tiim, u, iv iu iingar, agi il n. jrais. Arguments wero made before Judgn Pf'5-J ,?.,'"m. unconscious condition. Ho was carried to tho words "Loyal Legion" In red ama- Veal, roasts. 15 to 20 cents; veal steak. 1J Tfttui:.. T fit Tii-. lt. I.-l H'lIllrUl .11 V 1 1 1 J li 1 1 1 L It '1 1 I1U I.IM 1 1, 1 1 1 14 1 1 IHlllllr. 1 1 l.i t..T.- ... - ill i MM... I '"",'1" " "u v-nj uu iuuiii in . ..mwIm,,.,. ii,,. -,,u 'rim, 0.,nr.ii J-1' J uuiMJiiuo H oiuvo ana rcRjiini u xiic s.tviuw wero couiiuciea ny io jj cenis. fi;ty morning in tno cn-e of j. w. Halley '22 "f7Af Xo 'onwlouBness In about 20 minutes und af- Hers. P. JI. tinyder and Edward H.iwos boloj-na, of Kssox Junction vorsus Anna Jol.nson state a torA 5 ; n V I . f', : er havinK a number of bandapes put on and the church choir Pans a chant. Tho centts nor iitnl niv nr .TnniTii T.!nln.i .if rllttiA.i imwiicu iu wit- win. l ii.ii iiih u .., t , uMmA rt .v.- irwrrn Ii if n-.. m L t i. t 1- . Johnson ordeied tho work upon the m. ,nu- ""'"k v ment to cense- as she did not want It. It ,r(1 ,f5alcs Supreme Pourt no in was upon this Kround that tho suit was J"fctlo' "0UM , ,llf! .iKiilnst them, brousht to recover dnmaKPS. iThe' further claim that tho Uut- .land Ilallrn.ul company has no contract CHANGE AT THE HOWARD RELIEF. Mln .Jean Nichols Succup-M Mrs. I. 1'. It u nil I nn SupprliitPiiiltint. -ii ..o i'uiariy uiontniy mectniff or tlio dirpptor of tin. I l.iiv'n-,1 li..u,.f ,...ww.i. tlon yesterday afternoon the icsigiiatlon of Mis. Ira P. Husse 1 as sunni lriti.nil..iit - . , . y-'" ,"u"" was i.rispntcil on account of continued ill health and Miss Jean K. Nlcho s wim cho- umi as her .successor. Mrs. Harriet Uoot lircfented her rejU-natioii as treasurer. 1,.,,, I.,,. ..........,1 ci. .11 ii- i" i ii i .' !,T '", '"' Vl'"er vlUi ,1, "' ner "I"00' l.JiI'J i i !i .J 'i111: ." . r !.'n i. Sf ?. S been identined with tho h in nh nsii,ocll.lt-lon' c0l'los 1,8 ll,s,ur- ;.,..i...,V ui v., Vi.i ""l """"ii ui nn w i ...T. nnili".,. '', .'i1.0. ,1'scAmrB0 of her duties as superintendent of tho n&so elation sho has become acquainted with nnd sincerely lovcil by largo numbers of ,,. nnni.lr. nmnni. ulinin ll.n. I...I r"r lm " rmo,ne,.",'ci"1 A110 ",s,.t.ltl tk,n mien us wuin. ji 13 saio 10 nay uitu 110 other pernon was po well Informed con- 1 , .,. ,1... nniirllltnn nn.l ,..lo ,.f .1, nniP.inpftv ih, t. wl , ul wk for V Jr ,,S S h, llf w SI , hrn vie nresbl ,? ' , direeior oT U nX Z t o of w ,1eh h illieetor of tho association of which sho hns hud supervision for nenily eleven yiiars. IiosolutlonH expiepslvi' ot the re grot of tho directors at the )osn of Mis. Hi sso 's isslst Mrs llussol ha o r , 1 Lr LSa .Mis Hussoll lino icmoyil to ap.irtments 1",,t,h0 ry,fc ,u "lr ' u,':kv, , Mlss Nichols, who Is selected by tho dl- reetom us tho successor of Mrs. Husbell, Inn every qualification necessary for .suc cess In tho l.trgo work which sho now un dertakes. For many years sho has follow .ed tho occupation of a. nursi. In this city . .r . - - , ... . . , ,. , . bo il at tho Mary b etcher hospltn und In l.rlvato famllleH and i well nnd ploimunt- ly known to a largo number with whom her professional duties havo brought her In contact. Sho enters upon her now du tics with tho best wlxhea of many friends, GROCERS AND MEATMEN. Oii!iiiilltti'i' Appointed Inr tho Annual llmiijiuit M nri h 'i.'l. The flrocers and Meatmen held nn ad journed moo'lng In their rooms last oven- Ing to mako arrangements for their 10th nmiiiiil tinnnuet to bo held at tho un' New Thursday evening, March 23. The following committees wero appointed: Genoral committeeJohn O'Nell (chair- man). M. L. Sanborn. James Chllds, O. M. Cosgrtft (treasurer), J. C. Kelley, J W Daley, V.. n. Corley (secretary). Printing and music- cnmmlttee-L. H. rrlor, 11, A (.'roller, John "AlcKenzle Invitation committee M. L, Siiilboin, K. S. Bncar uuU li li. Corlcj- THE TWO CENT MILEAGE LAW RUTLAND RAILROAD FIGHTING ITS PROVISIONS IN U.S. COURT. Hearing In l'rocren on the Quentlon of Continuing the Temporary Injunction While tliu Suit Is lending Ulhcr ltuslusn of the Opuulng liar. The regular February term of tho Uni ted States Courts was opened In this city Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock n tho Jnutnmeiit wns taken until Wednesday ut U:3U. Tho morning session was occu pied with tho calling of tho grand and pi nt Jurois und the Instructions of Judgu ,,,. f,. .. ,..,, i ... ,., ,n. bailiff nnd court crier, tho Incumbent of1 thu latter cilice, George W. Flsk, being 111. I which Is ns fo lows: .1 fi. Hid rosu of Uur-1 ton c jltll of Apnj,, a. T. Keith Qf .M0ntp0,.ri j0lt, i, Kawson of Fnoslurgh, W. W. W. Thompson of Milton, W. C. Walker of Montpeller, Frank Wllklns of Wllllston. A. T. Keith has died slnco tho drawing of the jury and J. O. Hollrose, 1.. C. Grant, I.. G. Hurnham of Uurllngton u' ' -- i',am,ln wn. ,hn miuift tnr thn . tlt Jury and tho following names wero ealled: ,,, ,, A,,m f 8wnntn. fi.nrim Atkins Montpeller, A. A. Hrownell ot Essex, ,,,',, ,i,, e ii,.ii.nn n,.,iJ .,,',:;,,,,, rmu iimi.r. I c ,. ' tl,oler. Gcorgo Hrown of Essex.1 Jos. Hillings of Morrlsvllle, L. Hart Cross of Montpeller, W. C. Doan of Johnson. A. , 11 llnvl nf Mviln PnrW. 1,'rnrl A Drnrv of Kriiiih liurllnirlon. Iluirh Donaldson of Svvanton, A. H, Edwards of Wlnonski, Saf- ford Hay of Richmond, A. W. Foster ot Wolcott, George II. Holden of Uurllngton. Luther R Hunt of Fairfax, fieomo Harris of Stowe, T. C. Kconnn of St. Albans, ('. Lvon of WatiTburv Centre. J. A. Locklln 01 .iiontpeucr, 11. 1: .Munson or .Morris- vllle. W. J. Metcalf of Wlllston. T. S. Peck ot Hurllngton, J. li. Phillips of Moretnw ,lf i!",,riim.inn ' v ' cambrl.lge H it Se'vr ,,,',, V., ,Vrv;, "!!,Vi iV, i,,' glr0.!g of iiviip' ,,,,.. bi.. w,n, e n,iiim i ot h ;ulnbcr GeorKO IIarrls of stowo1 was excused, there being two men of that 'name, both of whom refused to accept service on the ground that ho was not tho man called for. A. H. Edwards of Wlnoo-, ski was excused on account of Illness as was also H. R. Seymour of this city. Hen- ry C. Hall was appointed foreman of tho jury and after receiving the Instructions of lliecouit they iitlred The calling of tho docket showed only a small number of cases for trial, nono of which Is of moro than ordinary Inl portance. During tho day District Attorney J. L Martin presented the following attorneys: who wore admitted to practice In tho' court on taking the oath: R. E. Hrown. , ,. .n? i . , m , Rurilngton, 11. C. Hatesf Ha rry" got and Elis.,.1 May of SL Johnsbury; J. H. wen? also court me little matters of court buslnes1 Some wore adjourned until i-oisicmbllnc of court hi t he nf-' o it rr i X v n , unl i o . o t i t J 1 1 ro rs e ro c-x c- s;icl nn- On tho r ternoon the til Wednesday at !):. and court took nn llP -ii- iiipt pni.iiiiiv Trnm t, - . ,t I - f t ..I., ft t "'"J" " . . v.. Jm siate-s nuornes, w no no ornpo - . ."- Tr ''aimed that as thc-y are the otllceis, neents nnd repr. sentatives of the jicMile "f tl"' stIl,(' '' that as siuh under tho with the State hy virtue of which It claims a rifiht to tlx tho tariff ot p.ossen Rpr tariff. They further claim that Hut land Itailroad company has no contract ..,1.1, ll,n H . Ift 1,1 .'trills ..P llu nloirlnp P wlilch It cannot llx .... ....... e tho tariff of tho road. hat tho suit so far as J uey niso ciaim mat tno sun so inr as tll0 com'plalants nnd tho defendants nro .i n.. ,.i... . ... i... n;:,vPment to test tho law In question and .v.. r.i.i rinii.i ,, in nn wn. contests. They also claim that the ii,.,,ntim. i.nni.i net i.n rnnttnnn.1 Timt llijiiin.iiun .-...uiu.. ...i,,,,,...-... in... nf,cr full hearing it it Is determlnPd thnt tho complainants wero right a pprmnnent injunction ran bo Issued. They further cinIin that tho rtutland Itallroail company so far as tho bill shows, had neither by vote or otherwise declared lo tako action in the matter nnd defend tho rights of its, rtoekholders under the mllengo law. The complainants Insisted that they wero entitled to a pormancnt Injunction " :iiil"u. " I'"' ....n.v.i i .11 jinn; inn. under the condition and that tho late do- ii f . ,,rm u.i i,t,i. .,.-,,.,, v,. ,,.- , v ,,. .w... . -4...,, tiw.t.- .."'l "i"in """in lllliiliic coul,, bo ''"i' "n rlaln Drocoedlngs, lln(1 no "PPl't'0" I" 't: that tho Hutland Itailroad company has such a contract with the Stato as Is set forth and tl,at niruc- ls 11 of the, matter i.,niwi, ,imf it thn hill .inn nnt , rnrtn involved; tlint 4f the bill does not set forth wltli sulliclent particularity that tho de- fendant, tho Hutland Itailroad company, had declared by voto or otherwise tho pro. tests of the stockholders ngnlnst the mile- n?u law , , Htute's uttornoja could not tako advantage of It and the railroad com - pany only could do this and It hud by tho answer admitted tho truth of ull tho es sential allegations 4n tho bill. Tho complainants worn represented by Michael 11. Cardozo of Now York, v, iv scUnpy ( i,(iiow nnd W. H. Illitto'n of nui-niii'y ui i.iiuiuw u mi i . ii. is u tion ni Mlddlebury; the Hutland rtullroad com- ., by 1'. M. Meldon and tho ppveral stutc's attorneys by I L. Fish of Vcr - Krn,!S allli ,y n, ynsl0Tl chairman of tho railroad commission. Among tho attornovn not nlreadv men - tioned who wi'io pmsent In court wero t'. M. Wilds of Mlddlebury, John II. Sen- ter of Montpeller, 7.. S. Stanton of Itox- bury, 1. F. McMunus of Itutliind, C. "W. Ucttrlck of Ht. Albans and Frank rium- Witters. F. H, Stratiahan and F. W. Ale - ley of Northfleld, A. Tl. Da FlurnL editor nf thn Journal. Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a number of years from rheumatism In his right shoulder and Bide. He says: "My right arm at times was entirely useless. I tried, Chamberlnln's Pain Balm, and was sur- prised to receive relief almost Immediate- ly, The Pain Halm has been a constant cninpunlon of mine ever since and It never i falls." For sale by It. JJ. Steurna oi Co,. prust'lsts, C. I'. V. Lewis of Hakerslleld, 11. 1'. H. uicuuon jronuuoy gavo ttio impres- ' i" ihiviiik e" ui ins noma' nananas. 25 to 40 cent n.r Anrtn- hearing March 25th. Northrup of Sheldon. D. K. Fatrick of n to the court and tho attornoys In tho on iuesuay evening anil to Haying had or..,,,,, s0 to CO c-ntH' lemons 20 to 13 Kstato ot Edward I ;en Ilinesburgh, D. M. Hoso of Enosburgh, i;. mai ne ne nnu a unnK ol wnisKey. ",i.'u '"" "I" cents, furs 25 to 35 cents: datei 10 penm tlement and derreo .il. Sutton of Uurllngton, John E. aennott -'"may no woum noi swear uiai no nail " '" per pound, citron. 20 to 25 cents oer round-' Estate of Joeph nf linkrrvilplil. A n Kli..rinnii nf l.'nlrlle 111. wnisKey nut s.i it it was a drink, whtnh i'ipi y a man wun a orawn Knue. Tlic n,...- ....... .,.. i. a ' pnnnnlnu(niir' V A v., . ,u . 0 - iiitivuii uiii-vuiK gang, 1111:11111 a 1 , uiiim v, u ui was ru ei out. i onseouentl", tho Olor 1 ' ,1 Park. C. I'. Sherman of of thn river. imm Tvhir.ii rami ii.iunn ,..., fvir,n m mwi 7.-. ..rati; TsUm-'o in t ...u,. . . . . ' ... "v. . . ;. . auiiiiiiuu ii. iiruuiice ju me .. ... ..... ..., ,.l ..I.1...UWU UlUllUl. 1 IIO I1U11L .." .-. m ,.ii... .IX.. 2ft00ft00OOOtJOO00O!0OOftO00ftO000OO KNOX KNOX ATW SPRING CHAS. E. PEASE & CO., Tailors, Furnishers, Hatters, City Hall Square, South. .0.00O0000O00Oft00O000O0,0.0OO CHAMBERS ACQUITTED, .liny Hriiulrcd Only Mne Minutes to Olt- creillt Fred Trnnibtey It took a illrv illst nlnn mlniilf.c in rnn )f , " niuio versus W. It. Chambers on l 'ho mouth of tho river one week aRO , Sunday. On tho day ho was convicted of was made for him. Ilo was not sure what there, was in it. Hi" Jury had been summoned on Satur- day to uppenr In tho court room at 2 o clock. E. Sjwar. who was one of thoso The, Slate Introduced tho testimony of Fred Trmnhlnv. hn n... .n- closure. In opening tv, t,. ki.!,. was uncertain about tho drink ho had at t-hamticrs' and could not tell what was in Ho had worked at Chambers and when i llO C.llinl for "one Of lnlni" fli:i mli,ru ! knew what to clvn him. Hector L.imnra . who accompanied Tromblty, was also un- nble lo swear of what tho drink they had was made. Grand Juror Ferguson was sworn and tho usual wordv contest over mo nuroaucuon ot ovldenco regarding the rioord of licenses secured by the witness nuuiiiiuuiii, ik., was unci. Tlio rcc. lord as produced was read to tho Jurv. The defence recalled Trombley. Lamora, Snmn wttir. tim w ,,o.i i after which the Jury rendered a verdict of acquittal. Grand Juror Ferguson pros- edited und Cushmnn and Mower defend- cel. Trombley was t.aken to Jail for further disclosure. His contradictory statements regarding tho drink he had nt Chambers', given on the day of his trial and Mon- day, gave rise to threats of a prosecution for perjury. CHASH IN THE DARK. Two Tumi in CollUlon on Klrawooil Atoiiuk mill One Driver Injured. " u ' " "e.gnucrnoc ,V"i0ie?Mn i nl ! T'Ct W led abut :30 o'clock Tuesday evi Tho people in tho neighborhood ot Elm- were start- enlng by a , ?i0hmf?u,iV b, I , , l1 ,V wheels locked and tho cross bar on tho j'y be The "oar" 10 l" Blnuml al"l 'n BettlnB looso torp u'' Interval avenue and was llnally cilturcil on Mr(.(,t Vor.h inturpil nn Virol tli-r...! nn.. v.il, ltf.r.,1 - ...... ...... ..v.... ....... aiifl u-nn inVan Vi,n,. M HI .. 1.. 1 .. . ' ho 'iiif iitniu iu IIUIIIU Ul nil" lUHIOl Ul i iino nnd Maplo streets. He will probably I re.uover in a couple of weeks. His horse )n tno moantimo was trying to make a .recoiu uown Llmwood avenuo but was ht0,11K.(l ln his wlM raco on r,.arl and wns taken to Iilack's .Iverv.nie Miaf s of t,K. Wil(.on wore broken. The accident was nrnl.nl.lv ltm to tl,n .lnrtn.w .n .,. Is no electric light on Klmwood avenue be. i r,,. ..i... -i iii.. .... V..i....' ' i .. tween .North and Grant streets. CHICKEN THIEVES ON TRIAL. A I'lim nf W'-iO and ( until t or Lifting 18 of tti !!itliiired HiptMU. ...... .v......, ,. uiiiiscn n, kii iu .m-w - 0...0 - . . ' " cis a pounu: nectarines, 10 cents i1 i-11 ul uii'JiwiniMi leners romnininB m liork and Charles W. Richardson w.is vulgar and (ndecent longuago and tiling pound; grapes. '3 to S3p a liaskef the Jlurlington po.stolllco forth, w k l drawn in his place. With Mr. Richardson " revolver. apples, $3 30 to U "3 per b-irrcl 40 ending Feb. ii, IsW: 1 weie I'. E. Stone. Samuel Wh4tncy. A. ;'''( KC ""fE11. flnC(1 now.c,n ?3 nnA cs,s t" 60 cents a peck. ' I WOMI'VX rw i .MeGaffcy, J, E. T. Frascr and C. N. of JH-!1,'. which ho was unable to pay. Dur- wuju.n Llbl. Moslev. Ing tho afternoon some of his soldier HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. Dorothv IVriruwin. Mnrv W Unrrt ,n Tircir uniAflii,i ....... ,.i.,i 1 . x .'nil mniri ni. win n wniirt nnn iwinp- v n ... . - - r . . . .... v. jioumsim ..... ..iru uiuuuura uic icsumony 01 snor- 1 wns mailo to State's Attorney Hrown on I'ormosa Oolongs, 50, 70, 00 cents nnd J.OO; as thev -klmim-d llt-htlv over tho ice n- C. Raymi.ro ot Iff Reeves to the effect that Trombley Monday and Hlxby placed In all. No wit- English Breakfast. 60 cent,, Gun dor full all nour of Hurllngton, gave certain testimony at a previous hear- ncsses were examined except Mrs. Foley, powder. 80 cents; Young Hyson, CO cents; ing and ttn-'llnMi close The Fiver iri-ln gton. J. V. Stevens ug about securing a drink from a man , V. A. Hullard appeared for Hlxby. Japans. 20. 40. 30. 60. 70 and SO cents; ApI ".. faste"t't me but fouled tho goU ? ilth nf Hnrrp. Frank 1C met Wh return tic t'rnm tlio mmilh .1' ..ui.... ..i., n- c- n i tn .'...'. 111 'asii. 1 null, iiui louien xne goal ' 1 Tho first hpnrlnc of spvnr.il whirl. nrr.IL Hutton as tho senior member of tno ad- ' nulto likely lo be had in thn nrcw ess nf tho breaking up of an organized camr of tno nreaium; up oi an organucu gang chicken stealers was had' in City Court n. . mi... wero Kdward ilrisson and Isolds Ueigeron. ti. ..... ..... i.-.i.. i.... ..... r got a senteuco ot KO and costs for having h,n Cnm,i -niitv ..f tn!,n,, ic i.ii,... i.vvt luiiim hull. ui Sl.-,lllll8 J.i l'llli;ill-IH from Frederick Kean at tho Addition. Tho ease is ono upon which Chief of Police Smith has been at work recently. Napo- Icon Norman, who is believed to have been tho leader of tho gang, has left tho city. Norman Is also suspected of other nnd more s.er!ou.s crimes. It developed from tho evidence) that tho gang used a barn in tho north end of tho city In which to placo tho stolen chickens i.vj 111 nim.li iu piatu lilt) Kiuieil I'lUCHeilS and then sold thorn to different parties. u. . 1. .. 1 ... uvi.lill b..llll.l-uUI.O 11 .1 M'ML III IIIU Ulllll 1UI tiUIHU IU1 UU I1UV BIIUIM1 UJr IIIO OVI- .lencc. Tho chickens In nui-stlon were sold to Isaac Pc.irlman and ono of the Inter- t-stlng features of tho hearing was tho de- mand of Pearlman mado upon Hrlsson for payment ot hls. money back when ho was !i.i i. 1.1 i ..u.... . ....... ..... told he would bo obliged to restore the fowls to Mr. Kean. Several losses of chickens In this city und outside tho pity llmls ,mvo occurred recently and ti ls gang Is thought to havo been responslblo for most of tho work. l 1 SAlURDAY IN COURT. Una Liquor Cine l)iott!il uf aud a Jury tlbtalnril In Another. Thero was n short session of City Court ' ." nw . ..j v Soturduy morning, at whleli ono ileiuor caso was i1hiwpi1 of nnd another openul 1"')!! continued until Monday afternoon to nllow tho summoning of a Jury. ho Ilrst casii was that of thc search at 1 tho house noxt door to that of David La- vole, whoro komo heir wns found by Slier- It Hevcs several days ago Tho respond- ent has bcon out of town. Tho coils ot telzuro wero usscmiI upon Lavole Iu tho iniount or u.W. in mo tabu ior uiwiiig 1 on hand, which followed, a plea or not guilty was entered out tno re.-iponiieni was found fiullty &tid sentenced to pay a flno of J10, with costs of $14.61. An appeal w-aa entered and ball of 150 given. I A Jury was drawn in the caso of thu Btate versus W. It. Chambers on a charco of furnishing brought about by tho rtis- olesura of Fred Trombley. Twenty-four names wore Irawn and the following Jury selected: 13. Spear, C, N Mosley, P. K, Stone Samuel Whitney, J. L, 1. bruser "'t A, Mcilarrey tho case wi.j roniin 'ued, to bu tried on Monday afternoon, HATS ( O J I O g g & O M q y YOftC SHAPES. j J IT A SOLDIER FINED. aiade a DUtui banco ut the "lloo nlv" 'Pulverized, S cents, New Whltu Clover mlnlstrator, commissioners and appru n Nurth ATi-nur. honey, 13 cents a pound; cabbage, 3 conta; ers appointed. . . , .. 'potatoes, 20c. a peek; beets f.c. a. buncn;. Estate of Joel H. Atnsworth. Colehesier, In City Coutr Thursday there wns a nnnrnm An n i,n,in,i, ,iri s 1 ...m ...... .i ....i.t "onrlnK In tho caso of William liowcn a ';llcr t Troop C. who was arrests by Pistol but tho respondent claimed ho was I not Bulty of having dono so. Ucorge I?ou lniin m not ,lso 'ho k,nlfo iind both th. men went away. 1 ho other w tnesses pall- wt'r not used, rho complaint ngalnt f'owon alleged that he did hrcak the pence friends camo down and aro attempting to raise tno money anil Bave Howen from a trip to Rutland. Tho witnesses summoned wpre Nelson Pickering, Miss Pickering, " ""am itoss, Minam uutier, mrs. Atn erton a,ld (lf'r' 0 Hredetto. HELD IN J10DO HAIL, There was a hearlnc vc-terdiv mornln- j nere was a ne.irinj, jcieru.ij mornin 'r , crannerrlrs, 10 to J2'4 cts a it: nrunes lOlo : ha.rin City Court In the caso of tho State vs. wns Fred Hlxby charged with an assault upon iver Mrs. Harney Foley. Mrs. Foley was upon thc stand and was examined at consider nhln li.nirth .111,1 iuonit nwiiv for County Court. In $1000 ball. The assault took place In tho Foley house on Saturday evening. Complaint ed in City Ity Court on Tuesday, was In court ay morning for a hearing. Tho j us 1 1 1 liny iiioriuiiir tor a Hearing, tno case was brought before Justice E. W. J. j.awriins. junn :iiariene was tno respon- dent und wns found guilty, a sentence In tho form of a lino of $10 and costs of $0.71 being Imposed. State's Attorney Hrown prosecuted and Edmund C. Mower defend- ed. FUNERAL OF GEORGE I. HAGAR. Largo AttamlHiicn of Old Comrade! nnd Other Hnurniiig I rirnilt. . . . . Tho funeral of the late Gcorgo I Hagar, who died suddenly of heart dlse.ise in Grand Armv hall S.iturdav aftiinoon wns he J iruin h, Coltl s ?L t Vn Jng Ira was illlwi with mourning friends, includ- nn unusually largo number ot vet- ot iaatlc belonged, were also present. Business; ! turned out in largo numbers. aro stores of the city wero during the funeral us a mark of respeit o i l'rt ot his Preceding 0 0 "o nau spent tno greater 1 life in the business. Prppcdini? thn fntiornl nl llm linvph r, ..... ......w.. thpri. mia n liHpf mpi'lnn nl 11... . J v-i t.4U il, 1 , .klR'U, J, T. 1 t'lh, J . A. Arthur, H. A. P. Turcy. C. L Allen and I.. O. Henedlct. Tho Interment was In Lako View Cunetery, UN Vc RSITY NOTES. Thprn wn :l lilt,:.:i,.t i ..-. 1 1.,-, l..pll. ...,i i. t y'"b i iu i. imms i.iuiary, Kiven to tno btuuentw and faculty. The ucsts wero received by President and Mrs. lluckham with Prof, and Mrs. Perkins. During tho ovcnlng Hon. Robert Huberts gavo two select ro.idlnss. The reception wus well attjnded. Tho seniors held a class meeting Fri day morning In tho Chanel and elected f. viswy board, N. A. Uiury is the Junior member. These two men, together with fl0mo member of tho mc-dlcal department' not vrt pIppIp,!. miimunt Hi.. uiii.i,-,ta 1 tlle "'Ivlsory board. Tho faculty Is reprc- scntcd bv tho nthlptlc coinn.lttpi-. ! At "' Cl''-B meeting hold esterday ' morning in tho chapel Manager Itlehmond brought up tho matter of getting games with cnllego teams In nurllngton and ask ed If tho college would stand behind him In giving tho necessary guarantees. Tho question was discussed at somo length but owing to tho small number of stu dents present no decision was reached. Chairman llutton of tho roundel's Day committee reported ns iindcrgraduato sppikers for May 1st- llnwrence '"" and TrT T n Slf' T Tracy, '00. The report was adopted. Tho alumnus who will deliver the oration has not yet been decided upon. There will bo o oKo mce lug next Wed u-day aiter sal11 thr UmM nrom,a maIil,1R a lis ?nr S , ' ' t , S ,n.,f tanco of nine miles. Tin. Avalanche and senior oratory, at which subscriptions for baseball will probably bo solicited. INSINUATING. "And so you wero u member ot that ed In 14 minutes nnd 21 seconds, the Hxcei dcadlock Legislature?" slor finishing next with a record of IS "Yes, sir," I minutes and 10 seconds. Charles Chlott "ome men nro born rich, somo nchlevo owns thp former and Commodore V. H. riches, and somo havo riches thrust upon them." Chicago News. Here's Something . v Cah I I VViTllf 15 OT I vYVIIWI O VJl Property to rr k 1 j I M 1 Jl K ADOtlL Paint Is pfSPtitlal to tho llfo of wooden buildings. Good paint is pheamir than poor nalnt White I n , ! rvm nd necessary coloring matter consti tute a good paint. These tlvo ingre dients compose Monarch Pulnt, Thero Is nothing else ln It. It' a gwod paint ana therefore an ceo nomlc&l paint. GEORGE I. HAGAR. Burlington, necessary coloring matter const! l HARDWARE. PAINTS. THE BURLINGTON MARKETS. Local ItetHll MrUtt. Uurllnglim, March Z, Kggs contlnuo tvartn and have advanced In prlco three cent.1 per dozen Now ma n plo sugar has mado Its appoaranco dur- Ing tho week. Tho following quotations nro furnished by eomo of Burllngton'E merchants; DAIltT PHODUCTS. Dairy butter, 22 to 23 cont.i a pound; creamery butter. 21 to 27 cents: plain I'lnese, IS centH a pound; sago cheese, 18 ccnis; egrfs, ecnis , iiozcti. J'ai.cy i . iiV'-L-, J. IU II III. M. (JUUIIU, Fi li;? UIILM! 1 3 65 cents to Jl.ll cacti, according to nlze; Itoquefort cheer-, W cents a poundi Eng- Hsi dairy, 20 cents; Fdam, SO cents to 11.00 each; Neufchatol, 4 cents a package; Cheddar cheese, 13 cents a pound; Amorl- can club housa eheeso. 30 and 40 cents per Jar; McLaren's Imperial rhecno. 20 and Ma per Jar; Swltzer ohcosc, 35 cents a pound, Philadelphia cream cheese, 25 cents each. Milk fi cents a quart; pure Jersey cream, w cents a quart. FLOUIl, SUGAR AND VEGETABLES. O. A. Itarbor. New St. Lou's Hour. $4.73 nor barrel: Michigan's best, J5.W; spring patents and ' Minnesota patents, W.00. liuckwheat, I cents a pound; ryo flour, 3 cents. Maplo nugar, H centa a pound; maplii syrup, J1.00 1 per gallon. Granulated sugar is G cents a pound or 17 pounds for 1.00;corfco A, 0 cents; light brown, 5 cents: loaf and i head; lettuce, 10c; oyster plant, 10c bunch;' celery, 5 to 10 cents a bunch; pound; sweet potatoes. new maplo sugar, 10 FRUITS. ' W. Jones. P" bottle; evaporated apples, li cenU-! peachy, 10 to 20 eta. ; apricots 12 to tj cts- raspberries, 25 cents per pound- nuts as' BorU(, llr awus 0 to to cti a neck- Jours A Kliaiu. Hay, $fi?i55 per ton; baled. $10t?J12: oats. to 45c. a bush l;beans. l.nttl.73 a bush- i;i)enns. Ji.iiTitn.7j a bush- .... .,1, ... ..luta a. uusiiui, UUCK- wheat, 60 to 75 cents a bushel; peas, JI.C0 a bushel; corn, 35 to fir) cents a bushel;' middlings, J1S to J20 a ton. bum, J17 to ilT.30 vr lon' c"r" ""'"' 's l" w a ton! 1 nrn,...,iP oi n . ., ,,,, ed sir, vlngsSOi s a 'bl?aw i 2 per ton rl bll'iw per lon- bale; baled TEAS COFFEES AND SPICES. R E. I'erkins. Teas-Russian Caravan Tea, J2.00 per pound; Ceylon and India, S3 cents and 1 Weddel tea, $1.23; Gold Star tea, 60 cents, Coffee Private Growth Java, 40 cent; v-uui-i- ruvmi, vjiuwm uixvif- w cents: Old Government Java. 25 cents; Mocha, 4 n-iiiui uuutuua jn.a. tenia: aiaricaoo, Per dozen; Graln-0 Cereal. 25 cents, $2.75 Per dozen; Father Knelpp's, 15 cents. $i,S5 1'" dozen; New Era Coffee. 25 cents; $2.7$ Per dozen: Shredded Wheat Coffee, 80 cents, $2.20 per dozen. Dandelion Coffee, $0 $0 cents; Golden Rio, 25 cents: Cereal Cof. fee and Carmel Cereal, 20 cents, $2 20 per dozen; Old Grist Mill Coffee. " -ents, $2 29 tier dozen: I'ostum Cereal, la cents. 15.75 cents; Malt Coffee, $0 cents, Kaffeebroad 'coffee. 35 cents: Uorden's Extract Coffee Cntiri' ai rpnts- Rorilpn's Fitmpt rnfr h0""' ' 35 kJ'," 3o cent- Goki ?. w " V ' ' ar c01'c'' cents. .Spices-Shot Pepper. 40 cents per pound; CO cents: Java Cassia. SO cents, A.-lsplce, CO cents; Glneer. 30 cents; Clovers. 40 cents: Nutmegs, $1.20; Mace, $1.20: Mustard, 50 nisnt. Pnnrtrn CO ppnts. MItpH Rnlpp. 10 punts; curry Powder. CO cents. of i MEATS, POULTRY AND FISH. ir i Alhcrt K. .Innps. Spring Iamb, hindquarters, 15 to IS ccntu a pound; forcquurters, 122 cents; lamb rhn, is to 20 cents: mutton hlndnuart.. . 15 cents; forcquarters, 10 to 12 cents, mut- ton chops, 12, to 15 Cents per pound. Beef Wpstrrn. Dorterhous". 20 cents: sirloin, in .. i it .o,, tt luiiim .w i-riu!, ,u,.n., i-'. 10 y .... v,,. t . c . . . , .. , Sausage, 10 cents; German 10 to 15 cents. Turkey H pound; fowls, 1G cents; ducks. ItJ IU iJ , IMUt'KCil, IO Lo. A lit' UIU i. ; i . .. ia T" t, . .it varieties of fish are quoted as follow haddock, Sc: blueflsh. 15 cents; cod steak. I 13c; halibut, 20 lo 25c; salmon trout, 15 bruises, sprali.s or strains, Henry A J '1 to 18 cents; fresh salmon. S5 cents; shad, soil's Arun.i .mil i 11 . .ment shoul, -is IS cents a pound, pike, 15 cents a pound; well rub'" ii .a w.Ui i. hi .,1. i s, Labrador lienrrlr.g. Zj cents a uozen; oys- tor. 10 cents a auart, Wholesale Product- Market. nurllngton, March 2. Quotations are as follows; Provisions Dairy butter 2" to 2t cents per pound; creamery butter. 23 cents a pound; cheese T: cents a pound; eggs, 2o cents a dozen; Deans ?l(0 to 51 2i Per nusnci; noney. i.-v-o per pound; pc- tatoes, 40 to 50 cents a bushel; apples, J2.M to JI.W a barrel MeatB-Deef, Vermont, dressed, 5 i to 5H cents per pound: pork, dressed. 4W to J (cents; lamb 9 cents; mutton, 7 cents; fowls, alive, 8 cents; dreed, 10 to 1J cents; chickens, 9 to 10 conta per rund alive; 13 to H cents dressed; turkejs. 15 to 17 cents ' dressed. RACING FOR A CUP. Ice Yachts Sail 15 3IIIi in Fierce Wind Won by the Why Not. The annual regattn of tho Excelsior Ice Yacht club for tho club cup was sailed Tllcs"- afternoon, three miles out on the lake In a tierce wind. Tho courso was a triangle, and was to tlio westward of the breakwutPr, over which tho yachts tho Flyer wero unable to enter the raco on account of being disabled. The yachts I Why Not, filorlana, und Kxcelsior entered and the cup was won liy tho tlrst mention' Craven Iho latter boat. The race was culled a nine mllo ono but with the tacks to wlndw:i''J the dlstancn envered w. s li miles, showing an exceptionally good re reenrd. There wis a very ttlff galo and nil tho boats wero reefed down. T1I1J Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION. Secretary and Mrs. A. II. Orecley, Fred 1, ,rt...l.. I r.neln. 1. W .,i,.r nil,! a! li. l.'ovott.' who have" been attending the Interbtato Y. M. L A. convention at IlieiMlllll l, ..l. J. l.'ll, Vllllin. til ilia, N. H.. for tho past week havo SSa1 cVySl,Ue?cstgrmeS,,gr 'e Laioiila, rctui net 1 nlinrli.il InleihtatP nllla'nco has boi'ii dlssolveil and a triple nlll.tnco has been formed with Vermont, New llnmpshu.. and Maine. Tim following wero ilci-til memben of the executive committee from Vermont: N. O. i Wllllntns, liellows i nns: eiaim ii, Brooks, Henry Fairbanks. St. Johnsbury: oeorgo r. N.ort n. ituiiami: j. j. , astcy. nrattleboro; C. W. Orgood, Hollows Falls: W. J. Va.ii Patten, Hurllngton: c. H. Moore, Montpeller: F. H. Merrill. Montpel ler. DEATH OF A SOLDIER. Donald Mclntyre. lalo of Co A, (Rut land). Flr,t Regiment Vermont Infnntrj, died at Ills homo In Ira, Fobruuiy 21, Grip Treatment Grip can be. broken up In from onn to thrco days by the prompt uso ot Downs' Illlxlr. It has dono It. It will do It Try It before pneumonia or consumption i'ts In, After grip, Daxtcr's Mandrake Hit ters aro nature's remedy for expelling all grip poisons from tho blood, regulat ng tho bowels, strengthening tho nerve-j, iud Imparting vigor to tho svstem. l'l!l, lliMn trtfxl t r. m..rtl-t nt li'mrl. thc ,vor;,t cnf,,. nf i,, can brj connur tl All druggist gutnintec them to do us ri c- omniendcd, or money icfunded. PROBATE COURT. Soramirj of rttnlncut Trxniaeteil Tor the Wprk Knillng lnreh 1, 1800. Estate of Ireno Trick, Colchester, will proved, executor and appraisers appoint ed. Ustate of Alonzo Irish, Colchester, v. Ill proved, executor, commissioners and p pralsers appointed. Estate, of T W. R. Nichols, Kssex, d. mlnlstrator, commlslonors and upprals- crs appointed. Estate of F. V.. Allan), Colchester, ad- mlnistrator appointed. Estato of Cecelia C. Allard, Colcho-or, administrator appointed. Estato of James L. lllxby. Essex, ad- Estate or' Sarah A. Hrown, liurllngmn, administrator and appraisers appr,ri.. I Eunto of neorgo I. Hagar, Hurling m, will tl.cd for proof March 2-lth. Estate of Marlon Ward, Milton, s e ment and iIktcp made. Estnte nf is. u, lirown, Wllllston aprll cation f. i settlomnnt and decree f ifd, "reen. Undcrhdl, :et granted. Jlmmo, St. Gco'ge, report llled. K adn i ::statu of David S. Osgood. Hurling' n. administrator's lnvontory filed. Florence Johnson, Mrs. V. J. Mitch Mrs. Mary Pcpln. Mls Lcne M Ro- Mrs. Hultio Vaticor, Mis. Matilda i- more. more rir-Ve T h Rev. Henry Archibald, T. II. Deal, J H. Donovan. R. J. Eastman. Almond L. t. "enry Lander. Peter Lrnneux, W V. T .,.,.. ,. t.i- 11 1 ,i,..... t tir v.n . 1. J. Pahr'.r, J. C. Ryan. Wm. R. Swr, t PENNANT WON BY THE GLORIA'' A. The pi '. n.int race of the Exeels or a Yae.ht rlllli whlrh va nnstt,nnl Tnc iv 1 afternoon was sailed yesterday aftern n. race and wll hold the pennant fnr ha coming year. The course was a 12-mlle tr . comtnc venr. angular one. The yachts entered and t lr owners, with tho time mado wero as t ii- lows: Flyer, Charles La Plant, 1 'S; Glorlana, Henry Chlott, I6:5C; Excels V Commodore W. It. Craven 17:01 Why V Charles Chiott, 17.01; Mliige. John Rush low. whlrh ,!rnnr,P.l nut nf tho n A ','!l'. We. the undersigned, do hereby acen to refund tin- money on a 50 cent ". of Greene's Warranted Myrup of Tar r it lireene s nrr.inteii syrup or iar ' flils t0 cur" '0r co,'h or cold. Wo sruarant.-e a 25 cent bottle to prove s factory or money refunded, , H M. Hull. Hlnesburgh. . so Andrews Uros.. Ilinesburgh. C. S. Meader. Mmikton Ridge. I'. A. Dean. Monkton. Tho Allen Co.. No. Ferrlshurg i. Hill A Miles, Huntington Centre. Orrln Urnee, Hanksvl lp. G W. Hnyles. Hunting-ton. E. W. Freeman. R chmond, F. H. Gillett. Jonesvi.le. ni i;n. WALKETl In thl city. Feb. 22 Wl! W. Walker, aged .7 years and i mom m SMITH. -In Montgomery. Vt Feb. 1" h, ,c ... . .. ... , " ' ' " ' "'"n'"i, ..mi.. w Mpt'iitn Mr. Insnnh sm th In K'- "' .'IP1 .irs. JOsi pn nmiin. in First Aid to the Injured Tn prevent -w cllfnsr ml soreness e in,rnc. ,.r i H !. siioni.l be bounn w th sevei.il '.'lb Kip .si of flannel ami ' nt .saturated wall tho iiniment. l or i' J- I monla, apply the liniment on hot fl.i . iel to the chest and between tho shoul.i rs, anu k0t'P hot wlth at-lron. It has inert known to cure tho most violent attack of pneumonia. Sold by all druggists nd guaranteed to do as recommended, or monev refunded 4 1 A WHAT DO WANT A Piano for $100.00 or for 7S.oo or for 50.00 We have them or a I new Piano for LESS MONEY than can be J found in Vermont TRY IT at BAI LEY'S I Y. M. C. A. Buildinsr. I . A yr-s v- " Farm for Sale. A farm of 93 acres, Vi mllo out of Uur. , IhiBton. Very dcslrablo for small fruit growing and gardening, with poultn' rals- I gru.MUK illli. hill in inns, ....li I'uu...; itiii" i lnB nnd general farming, and for a mills , route In the Cty. Will sel, with or with- out cows, horses, f arming tools, closed milk 1 wagon nnd cans. Tlio property can ba 1)0Ugnt nt a great bargain as owner Is now .. . llvl"e ou' f State, and cannot attenct iu u. iiuuicm v-.. . .w . Burlington. Vt. 41,2t&33wtt OYSTERS avo now ln season. Get i eood stew or fry at the STAR RESTAURANT 144 Church St., - Burlingtou, Vt DINNERS S5c. 40,wtf