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THE BURLINGTON .FREE PRESS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1899 .
I THE OLD S J4 5 Although wc arc not quite in shape for a full opening of our Z shoe department we call your attention to the fact that o Our $3.00 Line of g UH1 (JIOlUU JL.'IIW VI JUMU1WO WFIIVWO will be opened for inspection and on sale Saturday morning, Aug- t J ust 5 th. SOME POINTERS In a shoe you want First; : it in the correct color. We " ' . it ha luu v.uiyi, hj uuvu iu x uu want 11 UJ Wvul a well. We guarantee it- You want to nav as little as possible. AT THE OLD BEE HIVE YOU WILL DO SO. I OUR SHOE CLAIM. A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.00 on every pair of shoes we shall sell THEY COME BY CHANCE 1 1 pieces Fancy Cretonnes suitable for boxes, cush- ions window seats, etc, I l. ' fl nrn tlA 'I rr I U jl liiiou an, mi. -o- eiuumy ou ;uu wui iiavciu uuy x g quick if at all. o O it t f: St TU LnambCrlin OC WOOd. 1 he 110MEIATTERS. CITY AND VICINITY. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright of Elm street are the happy parents nt a. baby girl. Rev. Edward Hawes has returned Detroit and e-xpeots to go to next week. Chester Jjntutt was tried befjre Davis Tile-,! iy for intoxication lined J,i and costs. The Shop.ud .t Morse Lumber company have erected a new smokestack, 101 feet in iieinht on their new engine house. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Shaw leave this morning for two weeks' vacation to bo Hieht 111 Jeffercon Highlands, N, 11. F N Drury and family of South nur linctnit will cinne to this city this week to reside with H. N. Urury on Elmwood ave nue. Tho Hurllngton Trust company has noti fied ,ts depositors that the rate of interest en deposits hereafter will lie three per cult 1 or annum. Caroline It. Richardson has sold to Fred erick W Haylles the late Itlehaid-on 1 imefcte .d at it Pino street for a consid- ration of $3U00. One petition In bankruptcy was filed Saturday with Commissioner Geoige E. Johnson, that of Carl P. Story of Iras bursh. His liabilities ure i2S13 with no uk icts. W J. I.ongo. n former member of Com pany M, oi Essex Junction, has enlisted In Cupt. nrownell's company for nervieo In tho Philippines and left for Plattsbutsh ,ilU night. The pttltion In bankruptcy of Elmer E. Plpur of St. Johnsbury was Hied Mon day with Commissioner Georgii E. John r,on. His liabilities ure 02;i.ii2 and his ut-f--ets $27S. Sheriff Rrfves went to Essex Tueday nnd arrested Patrick MtOuIro for bleach of the peace. He was brought bcfuio Ji tlco Graves und pleaded guilty und was luted Si und costs, which ho paid. Deputy Mars'hal I A. Drew brought seven China men to this city Saturday Irom Rithford. Tlity were taken before Commissioner Johnson und their bail Uxed at $300. Tln.-y were all very young. Soven Chlnamtn were lought to this c ty yesterday by Deputy Mnih il Parish tj attend the hearings now In progress be fore Commls-uoncr George K. Johnson. Flvo of them havo alicady elven ball of JK1). John Morbury of Munchestcr, formerly of the Dally News staff, who for several weeks has been Ul at the Mary Fletcher hospital, wuh ablo to return to his homo yesterday, Mrs, Judith O'Grady, aged 51, dido MOn duy of euiit-T, at St. Joseph's orphan rsylum. Funeral sendees was held from fc't. Mary's catludral Tuesday afternoon. at 2 o'clock with Interment in St. Joseph's cemetery Tho remains of Mrs. Jane Paul, who died Saturday In South Hurllngton, wera brought to this city Tuesday by I'nder t iker Roberts and sent uii tho morning boat to CHntonvllle, N, Y where the bui lul will take place. The East Georgia station cm the Central ermont railway Is no longeron all-night station, oiiluis having been issued closing the station ut 9 o'clock each evening, thus dispensing with tho sen Ices of a night telegraph operator. Tho steamers Chateaugay und A'ermont carried a party of about 250 neople Tne. day under the auspices of the Charlotte Sunday school to Fort Frederick und re turn, A number of excursionists boarded the bout In this city. Joseph, tho thrcn months' old son of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Illsson of North ave l.ue, died yesterday after a long Illness. V incial services will be held to-day flum St. Jo-eph'.- church. The Interment wlll lie In Mount Calvary cemetery. CoMoral Parsons und four privates of the 7th l nlte.1 States Infantry camo Moll day from liattsbiirgh und went to Fort Ethun Allen te prepare fur the coming of tho men who have tieeu detailed to take (iiurge of the post during the cavalry's absimce. Ml'-s Cunin Signer hut reslgiud her pol linn us Ktenignt pher Willi the Grand Union Ten Company and aecepted 11 similar onn with tho Wells re Richardson company. Buy the Best Paint. is the cheapest in tht end. H. w. ins' Asbestos Liii ARE Standard Paints of the Country. They are composed of pure lead and linseed oil and the highest grade pigments are finely mid uniformly ground, and unsurpassed m covering capacity. Call or write for color card. JOHN A. M ANSON & CO. Thono u-t BEE HITEl SHOE DEPT. Saturday Morning SPECIAL !!i Ladies' Shoes Correct shape. We have it. You have it You want it to wear J you. CHAMBERLIN & GOULD, The Old Bee Hive Shoe Department. 2 T X a PRICE 10c YARD. I I I f t r r in . 1' 1 1 1, n san n U..... T V. i AU r tJi r iCi r 1 Uld bee rilVC Larp:t itOre Miss Cleora O, Morse of Randolph, a tftii sraduute of tho Hurllngton linslne I college will succeed Miss Signer ut the iGrund Fnloit Ten Company. Henry I.ce, for the past seven years em ployed at C E. Germain's grocery stoio ! on North Wlnoohkl nvenue, has bought at Wlllsboro Point and special excursion noats wlll be run from this c ly. eav n tbe ,tf,.tf t r n ... .i ,i,. .., c .r from tlo ro,,Arv iii,eq of F I Plnn Mini appealed nnd ball was fixed nt S.iO. wnlch and dispose of three of the four cases un- Is a faithful nnd efficient otrlcial hut there Philadelphia wlll tal( possession immedlitely Mr as rurnished. I he stufl was oidercn eon- til September term or tho County Court Is a limit to the endurance of every man i Pine will devote his attention to the iliv Iscatcd. iwhen undoubtedly a npeclal master will bo and after about so much continuous work '. ' " I :i nnnln I ml 'i.irl tin. i.'iikh liniril .n.rAln 'Chi lit.. nn,l t... Li,r,i,ii,ii.u Justice " '".situ. for tliu pivsent. several of the KisterP of Mercy win Uavo ' n ' , 'f i- iho ! ,V ,hft nL iti. .h" i. . u , UIHl was Thn T.Inuor Hrnlors nf Plnttslmrtrh will Iol,nt st- Marys ncailorny on AucUHt 1. no!itinn ..cklncr fnr n inmtucMrv Inlunci f.nMn,m. il. loft itt.rr Mnnrtnv nft.r- I . ... : . " In Inl.-A il.t Htnlt- nlrln In Mnnlnnllef u'hICO " ' . ' . ' " 1 ' " w v - - in I I linlf ti tit ml olnm 1, I, A i...ne A fc in- !' in.t ....itv m ..iwiu .eitui, u t ... rri, t -,,. I -,t. Inii,n Put em . .. ui. m. Sherman's band has been engaged o!f ? Io,,hcr "V"nr. This convent Is furnish music thr "rst oC KPVCral that aro t0 1,0 mtnb- 'llshcd In the State, from Mount St. Mnry's Geoige East was brought before Jus- and all the new convents will be under! tlce E, E. Davis Monday morning on tho the direct charge ot Mount St. Mary's, charge of breach of the peace. He was This Is a new departure, for tho lKadquar- llned $1 and costs of IG.i.i. The case grew out or the taking of some applc from small uoy who was selling them und throwing them away. The employes In the T'nlted States mall cars have Just received new badges from the government which take the ttlace of the cap that has heretofore been worn. The new budges are furnished by the gov- : ...c ........ ....... .... ..... cn" Wr0 ')U1'cl" - two pieces 01 property belonging to c. I H. Gray were put up at auction Thursday morning, for the new house at G2i South i nion stteet I., s. Adslt was the highest bidder at $Win; for tho house at 51 Pearl, street l.. 11. Dube'ock was tho highest bid- der at $3575. Mrs. Mary Mcrclcr, who was arrested Thursday night by Sheriff Reeves, was brought Into City Court Friday after noon to answer to the charge of Intoxi cation. She pleaded not guilty and was lined $5 and costs. She appenled und fur nished ball. Ellen Elizabeth, wife of George C. Rrew, aged 27 years and five months, died Thtirs. uny ui cuiisnmpiion at nor nomii on isortn Chrtmnlnln trl.et. Tnnnrnl ..,ril..,u be d Saturday mornlmr at ft nVlnelr m St. Mary's cathedral. The body was taken to St. Johnsbuiy fbr burial. Col Z, O H Cannon went to Bluff Po'nt1 U01'K1"S. ""ccd to show that the nor- William II. Harrison of Chester was at- nricd 5 and costs of !U1 with oil ilter- Mon ay o the C l atent "I thc d?cP, ".i'" ,, "i".' "t",- U'rf W .',th Uu'ke1 1,y a h,)11 Mo",,aJ' "" - "ate sentence of 10 days In all. 1 after lunehe.on took Pru dent Me ,th, "'i" "Mtt !" U' rlnuMy llurt' 1,0 l1' '"'1 l,llvo Two men who were arrested at tho lev or a r ,x"HC,h ,',,nd r0WC" r"'"'," 10 lhP V"" been killed If It had not been for his hired dock Monday night for refusing to pay of bays. 'geiu.eman'who'saw Utom laid ' Kmpcr "lerod "t'here"" (T'po.'nt 1 mnn' who l h'S ,C"CUP- !""" I 011 t!lc ,cnro" oM 7? that the President held the re us and dis-, "lp; " . ncro lot told of Ids xlsten ee I Cla.eneo II. De-mpsey of Valley Falls, brought In to answer to the charge of be Played much sk, In handling them. Uen c sutteriiUcndent of $'7 i lie- nini. ji j, j. tiayne's va. niiain (ia- iiue came before Justice Hawkins Tues- . t, Ti.....i,i m ' day. It Is an action to recover omi debt. Tho defendant pleaded an offset for'mcd that his destination was Shclburuo e of a horse and wagon for tho Hay or China. A rescue party was oiun- the ue term of 22 days. Justice Hawkins allowed jan offset of S12 und gave the pi ilutlft a judgment or $I2..T( and costs of $t.'W. The marriage of James Delaney and Miss Bridget McGruth, both of this city, Is an nounced to take place nlext Tuesday morn ing nt b, o'clock at St. Mary's Cathedral. The ceremony will bo performed by Rev. l'. J. Harrctt. After a lunch at lb bride's home on North Battery St., tho couple will leave for a brief wedding tour, accused of stealing a bicycle from Lord's ... . . , bicyein livery, and attempting to sell it. w. 1 err nas romcned nis stoclt or Shf. w arraigned, waived examination gloves and men's furnishings from tho,..,.,, ,,,,. , ....- , ,i,e rnmll,,n.: store at No, 101 Church street and will cIp. i' "iL " '.i'SI-..' "!i,.S.r -V.,11.1-? S?y,.1,7,"i 1 future to H l o,, ', : recently opened . 1 and St. Paul streets . ,.' .' ;. .::' vote his lime in tho ing house, which he tliti comer of Cherry An effort Is being made to havo a tai.or shen established in the store vacated bv Mr. Perry. ' The committee having In charge tho re I... .1... 1.1 . -1 1. .... I1.il ...... liitns nil ine j list e'llllicil nillltllllg nave. leclded to nant the church bulldinc lnsldn and out and to nut In new .stained class .windows. This wlll do away with tho blinds on the outside. A subscription pa- per is now being circulated to raise tho money to pay for these desirable Improve-! incuts. Itt. Rev, J. S, Mlchnud has gone on an extended trip through tho Maritime Prov- Inces. Iiefore icturnlng ho expects to vis- it his cousin, Rev. Father Mlchnud. In Prince Hdwnrd Island. Ho wus nccom- nnd served agnlnst the Indians und after- trip wttn nut nriue. ine toriuuuio wo panlcd Uy the Very Rev. Thomas Lynch of i ward as a volunteer officer In the Mexican mt.n was Miss Flora E. Smith who for Fulr Iluven. who will bo (ilcasantly n- war: Floyd, Huclmnnii's secretary, was ;i several years reminded a prhuto school membcrcd us the n dor of St. Mary's civilian; he afterward became a Confeder- on Ucicon street in Boston, cathedral for 28 years. ale general. Cameron Mncotn's first up-j Arr.mgemtr.ts havo been completed for Mrs, Angellno O'Clalre, widow of James polntcc, and SInntr,i tho famous head of tho nnmml .d,ig ut tho ttnloii Driving O'Clalr, died Sunday m o'clock at her homo on Ro.v nn Illness of several months held Tuesday morning at St Joseph's chinch witn Mount Calvary cemetery. Mrs. O'Cli.lrts has been a llle-long resident of this city THE Paints nnd Is survived by two children, Napoltnn nnd Israel, three brothers, Collls Lunder, Peter Lander mid Henry Lander, also three sisters, Mrs. l llotmrpe, Mrs, Hor nnrd and Mrs. Dcyette. All uro rosldcutB of this city. An excursion was rim yesterday under the nutplccn of the Odd Fellows' loilgeB of Windsor, White Iltver Junction, Wood stock, Sharon mid Bethel, from Windsor und nil Intcrmedlnln stations to Wcstrwrt, N V., rln tho steamer Hcliulcer from liuiilngton. A special train brought tho party to this city and music ivns furnish I'd by the lirthol band. The mnniugo of Lieut. Wllllnm D. rhltty of Troop C, stationed nt Tort Hthnii Allen, and Miss L-pttu 11. nurlln son of New York was performed nt thn Episcopal residence Thursday evening by Hew C. C. Delnnoy. Tho wedding was it very quiet ono mid was performed In the parlor, only tho witnesses being present. Mr. and Mrs. Chltly left on tho 10;0tS train for their wedding tour. Mil ten n. Snnuldlng has sued his (laugh ter, Mrs. Isabella Harrows, on nn action to recover $31 for boarding Fred narrows, h. lad somewhat notorious In pollco and law circles. Tho time that the board Wi.s secured was three years ago, The enso came before Justice Hawkins Tueday and was continued until Monday. Tho plaintiff managed his own caso while J. E. Cushman appeared for tho defendant. Fourteen recruits were sent to Plntts burgh Monday onl tho Vermont by l.lciit. A. M. Mason. Their names nre Kdmond Sweet, Charles H. Donovan, Oeorgo Tul cott, John O. Moran, V. W. rnrnhnni, William F. Davis, John U. I-cneh, Wil liam N. Minor, Kdward S, l'armlee, Fa bian (Iruyton, Arthur I)eman, Frank J. Tngue, Nelson lickriing and Ocorgc 1''. Hrolett. Sheriff Itceves Is looking for two you 113 men who gave their names as A. J. lland- ley and I ::t!!fJ:Tiy;..'?.?, ( lea frcjir have failed ed to return them. Two wheels , answering the description of the two sto- Irn were sold In Underbill Tuesday by two voung men who bought tickets from ln- derhlll for Kssex Junrtlon yesterd ly. Ilainllev Is said to be in tho hospital corps T 1 at Fort Ethan Allen and Courcy Is frem 5 the Addition. 5j ! A meeting of the Howard Park bonrt X holders was held nt the olllcc of Judge J. 4 W. Russell Monday evening to consldcftho matter of a fair nt Howard Park next monii,. Z ll Vivnr nf hnlH nrr n hTr InTrrnnb 1 ;. in, ,, i:.i m .rn, ... n v..., nnee with it long-time custom, and It was .... . ... . . . . urtmeii to iisk ine pcopio oi jiiirimMon woo won (i je oenei tied at least indirect- lv l.v -i r.. I.- m Bntiwrthr. m -i rniirintm '!,,,", 1 '? " fl", ' """" wl" "-cu om 111 c,l-c ul emergency. City Court was occupied Thursday by disposing of the search at Donnelly's hotel rr-lfin"" e.nurn;s ieuany appeared aim was adjinigcvi t lie owner oi tiej stun .inn was orderel to pay Ihc cost of tho neir.nro nnd taxed $113.1. lie pleaded gillly and was sentenced to pay a fine of 20 and costs of JII37. or serve an alti.i unte sentence ot 13.1 days In the House of Correction. Ilo n ernvent Is to bo opened. Sister Joseph who has been long and pleasantly assocl- ii ton wttn .Mount si. .Mary s aciiuemy wlll tors of the Stato convents were for aimerly In Manchester, N. H. STARR FARM BEACH EPISODE. 1 In re Young liitwyern Out In a Mnrm aed Thr Cllllliix. Stories of narrow escapes from drown- . ,,i. nnmmnn nf Into ruin tvhleh ha"I.p(TsundTif.ern ns r despite vows",;i elold'u1 Ietha these columns. . rrerv imnns enes who were of Winooskl dore E. Hopkins, and two young attorneys fiom this city, Edmund C. .Mower and A. I, Sherman, were In a row boat oft Starr Farm Reach, where a terrible sea came up, causing the occupants of the boat to "pull for the shore" in earnest. Durl'iir this exciting ride It was noticed that Mr. Hevklns was hanging ci to the boat vlth. both hands In a manner little short nt frantic. The other two laughed hcaitllv independent, whK h he rounded a year ago over thl and attempted to add to the or more, to T. C. Camp, who takes posses horror of the affair by making numerous rlon this week. SllggeStlOIIS tor getting UStlOre, SnCUi.l they capsize. It may )e well to state 'wn nere umi -n. tiuimnis is nn itiui 1 swimmer. During all th s r d cu o the vlct m said not n wori1 but as -oon as shore was reached and the other two on land. Mr. .''v' ' " -'i'"'r f",. be seen fnint cHllv nil no: for the New " """V'1 . :" tone snore anuoucn at odd interval it nml ; wet but happy lot reached snore an nour or so later, TWO CASES IN COURT. Ida Lnllticqua Cet Her Wish and Will Go To Vel genui'K. City Court had only two cases to dispose nf yesterday, the most Intensting one 'ic ing that of Ida l.a Rocriue, the little itlrl h foro thr-County Ciiurl n:,,! It, default nf U?n 0f VM, Wa3, c0?lm U,d '.Ja11' ,L,ltor c, cixmc' " ;'nd pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the Industrial school at Ver- rrrairma fnf ,,A mn.,,t...tn f . , ""'"I?..'"' '" 'J '"'". V " ' """"f. JU.' , T aenc wan received ratlier gladly by her as the stir - rouiidlngs In her new quarters will bo pro - .1.1.. ,n V.n,.n .l.A l..mn l.n. .1.. n.-iiiini. lu musu m inu nuiiiu inai sin: leaves. ' The caso of John Martin, which was continued from Tuesday, was next taken "P- He nlcaded guilty and was fined Si 'nnd costs of $15.01. Ho appealed and bull was llxed ut $50. SECRETARIES OF WAR. W . L. Murcv. Polk's secretary, bad served in his youth as a soldier; Jefferson Dnvls, under Pierce, was n West Pointer, been to!(llcrs( nut mil iuiu uun ;inier- ornlng nt 7 l ll,'" "' ...iinnn u.. ., ni-iu j,rK llt aouUl Wulliiigford, on Seiit. 12, street utter I , ".'.V' J,l"ls? nPP""'' 'ef. Orant 13 a1(l u, -, nlrtB wl ll0 lu.m tn0 n,.ft . Services wero V. ,,.L , '. , day and threo on each of the other dys S O'clock III,"1'"' "-"""' "",. ny.i.iiuns ,,i n( mftl1K, T1,ro ,lK, 1,0 TOOt interment inlpriint. iiimely, Rawilns and Belknap, had , bcyclo races. A special feature, wlll on, who followed, wero civil tins, ana ro ,,1itco M1 ca(., day's programme. Tho wero MeCrary and Ramsey the two sue- ..ok! mcn. ,)CK rilc0.. wm ,)0 ., cal1i and returles under Huyes. ldncoln, under 1 no matl und(.r c0 wln bo nn0Wcd to diivo Ourlleld nnd Arthur and Endlcott under 1)(1 u)rhcs xmiicr 2i years of ago will bo Cleveland, were civilians. Secretary Proc )JcrrC( out, tor, under Harrison, had served In thc clv-i II war, nnd Secretnry Elklns was (or a Tho Washington County Veteran nsso tlme In tho volunteer army. Secretary elation hold its second annual reunion at . .. . . Lamont was a civilian. ARMY PERSONALS. Senator Proctor Is quoted ns saying: "Adjt. Gen. Corbln has been loni; In ir-'e service and like any other veteran sol dier knows his place and does his duty In It." At a public dinner in New York the oth er evening Gen. Mcrrltt, U, 8, A,, was nj . l, u ... "F" """' " i'"V "j '"r""" city a llttlo g r who was accused of stem follows: "I was not Invited here to make ,n,ya 1)k,yc,Ci He nnmo ,g Mft LaRofqUO a speech. I was asked to sit up, look ,he ,lt lo'Freneh child Ploasant and show myself I have done nbout 13 years of ago. '"to girl hired a bl tho latter, und I hone I have not com-; ,0 nt ono of tho blctcle agencies in premised myself by what 1 have said. " I $el t ""( ton uso of II f .r ono hour. Sho fulled to re D oi!sknof AW'ttrHttro ?h !'"u Y '""ib 7 a m" 4 5 ff;' 'Til it 1 ' - w r-y and even higher. However if it's a suit you need it's a suit we want you to have. Mixed and blue and black cheviots from $5-00 to $15.00. Grey, blue and black serges $6.00 to $16.50. One price plainly marked and your money back if you ll CHAS. City nail 5quare 5outh. 1 1 . . a a. . a. a. a a-a-a --- GENERAL VERMONT NEWS. lejiiiictlons Asulnst lintels In Ilutland and ltiandnti Griiiited. Tho nrorrlctors and lessees of tho Irui a- wiek IIous.o and tho Commorcral House 1.. Un..n ..Ino.,1 nr months, and the Douglas House, llramloii, "vo neon enjoined ny order ot un.ine-iior Watson from ongaglng In the liquor tn.l- result ot tho nroeeudings Insll-1 t.ilLnuIl 1IU1II UIIKilklilK I.I 111 1IIIIIWI II,..- . . , tutetl " f'ntc's .Mlomioy nice, i lie Cucci nf the older Is to prohibit the parties own- lur or leasing or in any wnv cnnnee'tnl with the premises, from selling cir allo-.- Ins t" bo sold, intoxicating liquor. Tho lcsirondents named In the ISnmswIek caso. rjre .Michael (Jiilnn, Michael .McDonald, ueoigo eitiarti anil J. J. Keiiy. in tno Commercial caso thoy nio Charles Sterna, Joseph Payette and James Kelly and III the Douglass Houso case. John O'Connor, James Kelly, P. J. Kelly and Heniy Ruckley. Thcso nro temporary Injunctions TRAMPS GALORE. vivi tg inn i ii i iv j j ii.'t' u. nuuuiiui i uJIl Willi l t IJ Superintendent Morgan says the lloii'-o Everything went along smoothly until of Correction at Rutland Is supplied with Piirllngton was reached, when the cnbf a larger number of law-breakers than Is made u startling discovery. A short time usual for this time of year and the pro- before this city was reached the chief portion of tramp? among this nuin'o-.r Is who hud been working constantly day anil also much larger than usual. Theie aro night, for some time, fell Into n sound 155 prisoners In the institution now and si, ep. His captives were In the seat be an astonishingly large number of thc-o hind him and when this station was reach are tramps. Tho State seems to be full c(i they noted the condition of their cantor of them and nine came In recently In ono mid aioso with the other passengers and day, three from Mnntpelier and t from made their way to the platform and thus Swanton. The ollicers seem to be mom far to their freedom. In a hort time th nnxloilK In nrnseollln h-.lmni In the lllSt Irntn hn,- ..unm tl,,.f,iih Mm nv uiul nn. 'few years than heretofore, but their ef- forts do not seem to reduce their numbers 1 11 1" 1,1 ""' Ucr a Wltooll to any noticeable extent. In the fall or Zd 1 i . 1. , ....i... ...iT.. j ...1 1 voluntarily Incarcerated NOTES ABOUT THE STATE. Fair Haven Is soon to have a shirt fac tory, Kxl'H) feet. Troy parties aro bonliid it. Frank II. Clark has sold the Newport rnrnlulilnn. nlmtll r.riO feet nf Irnn tnlilnr- f,. ,1,,, ,. nu enr the neev w.it,.i- umnlv nt Fort Ethan Allen. 1 ' l" 'uiu nun iv.nss m miimiiu h"ve seetired a contract from thc govern- ment timoiniinc to neatly jin.uw. 11 is , , , ..,,,' ''' ini.nii 1. wu-, ..... ;w , h.. t . , n ",''c!1"n."t, ' 'l?? ., 'V 1JIaP!i" '' "'"' V of $l a year. 1 j...,. ... ttlcboio, The Washington County Veterans' As sociation will hold Its second annual re union nt llewev Park. MnntneHer. on Thursday nnd Friday, Aug. 10 und 11. It is the Intention of the committee to tnako .L. . ::. .j " tins reu mnn tne nest iiitng 01 1110 kuiu ever held in tho State. Mrs. Isabel Strong of New York is to be the guest of Hon. II. C. Ide, at St. Johnsbury during August. Mrs. Strong Is tho diugbtcr of Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson, and llvrd for many years in Mr. Stevenson's family In Samoa, A secret agent of tho llsh nnd game jraRUri who J, . . p,,rt ot iUrrmxn peddler and cuts over wagmi axles, has Ulmcl four Rlpton fishermen, who were ' 1 ..hmn no m,,i ents. fine rh.. hn.l llnrfl itlintit tin etui mutu flnn nlinn h:i,l ....... ......... ...... .-..u..- v.. v. ....... 70 trout, only two of which were llchca 01)K, , l Woodstock is developing another "gulde- Inl.c nnin.ln.H tn. Ilw. t.,L n,,., .11' i.i-.t ..kihivi iw. in,, i,,u niiim wi,- , tho llrst or the wtcK Uleo cox turned Swanton Roy loose on the fair ground equipped enly with n surcingle, bridle and ohcek rein and startul him oft. He had Iho track all to himself nnd everything ibis own way, nnd ho Hotted a mllo in l;i without a break. Dr. G. Stanley Hall, president of Clark University, who gave tho commencement untiro.is in miiiauu msi munui, na-. jnsi been married nnd Is now on an European i. ,..i.i..i, ,..m imK,, I "U IVk II I illh )lllll I) II 111(1" Dewey Park, Montpelier, Thursday and Friday, August 10 and 11, nil Teternns aro cordially Invited. LONGS FOR INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. A IS-Yeiir-Old i;ex Girl Likely to Have llrr Willi Orxtllled. Police Officer Graton was sent tq Essex rr,,&iitni, Hi, rMof Ct.v.liV. V,Jn In till aii".i,w "i ""-i uiiiiiii iu iniiir. IOR THE COUNTRY, the riht kind of still good enough. Suits that LSI fort of "old clothes" and all the style of tailor made garments and at hot weather prices. Perhaps you only need a pair of trousers to make a partly worn coat and vest presentable as a new suit $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 and so on up to $5.00 want it- E. PEASE v '. 9 y WW WW WW wwww sex. Officer Oraton was Immediately dU patched to that place and returned with the little girl. The child has a brother In the Industrial School in Vergennes and some time ago she went f visit him and requested to stay there, as the plate was muih more comfortable than her homo, i.t. ... .nnn.l .1.... ..l.il.l .,s there and -he was sen!t for und luought home. H She was, however, so much pleased with the surrounding that sho w antrMl to lotnin ami after com-ldcrlnc I lll'il!l. 1ILI1 I 1 1 ( rtlll I 1,11 llll I I ... ........ . . .. mo matter ileclded tnat tno anove desenn- cl method was the only way that she eoii'rt nrcnmnllsh her desire. Sim In fact admitted that she liked the surroundings at the school much better than sho did her home. THE CHIEF WENT TO SLEEP. Mad lteou Working liny mid Nlcltt mid Tlie 1'rl.iiHor.H K. raped The chief of police of the city of Harrj prisont taking to Rutland to serve a sentence for getting drunk and having a dirty tight. tlclng that the captive were missing nwnke the chief nnd made known his dis- covery. An alarm was quickly sounded CUVer.V. yH HIHIIll was qillCKiy SOllllllVl and the loeal police force called Into re T'lr to n, T-" w:,s ru - ZftMft en'lil'C Z'XZl made bv tho noliee o.'liclals to reoanturu . ... ...ii 111.1 .ui 11 j . . .. city. The men were hand-cuffed together , .. , , . ,. . ., ,. , . . and this fact adds to the dl Ilculty which the, will experience in escaping detection. .... .. ...i.i .t... ,,,ti.., U.-.1- TUESDAY IN CITY COURT. Four Cuftcii uf IntoxlrHtlnit Uemnnd Judge Ituaiiell'' Attentltin City Court was occupied Tuesday with disposing of a number of drunks hi.l ,.ntlm ...- Snmniil U'nrnli tile snl ,n..c ivhn wnt nrrn,i sntnninv nleht l.v I 'Chief Smith -ind whose heating was begun 1 Tneml'iv lie wit a'sked to disclose but , , ' L rt l snvl ir that ho - . , ,., ., ,.iitv imt' th i"t lie couldn't were i,e procured tho stuff. He was $5 and costs of $9.01 with an alternate scn- tence of 15 days In Jail ..... . Raseilllus Hamilton, a colored man, who was arrested on Monday night In tin' ad vanced stage of Intoxication was next brought In, He pleaded guilty and was fined $5 and costs of $0.01, with an alterntito '.0 ,,Peioe he salt, that he had Im'hlbtd I" J. , .1.1.',. ..... sentence of 15 days in Jail. When asked "l llf ,Kul tecurL lt from couple of fellows , nt ,nn .',nVw nrn on P itterv Mreet "ri,r ,ini ini,n Mnrti., wn enn- unueii. CROSSING A SPUR TRACK. TrnlleT Itond Cnnipnnj' A.k for lttieonsld rrittlnii nf an Ortbir, The board of railroad commissioners, consisting of Hon. D. J. Foster, A. i(,nH.. T 11 MIHa l,Al.l ,v.nl ixitm. innnitili, iiilii ,, I thr, ntllnn ,,f I'linlr. , aiTUII llllll O. ..1I1IW1. IIVIH llt,l IVII- man Foster Tuesday afternoon. Some routino business was transacted and then the cnnsldcratlcn of the pitltiun of tho 11111,.,,.., llnMt Railway compt.ny was the board reconsider Its order mndo somo years ago compelling the toad to stop Its cars as they approoch the crossing of tho spur of the Central Vermont railroad at Fort Ethan Allen. C. W. Witters and Su peiintendent F. W. Bnldwln appeared tcr tho Central Vermont company and the ot makes tho stop unnecessary. examined thn premises and decision later No mor t . e ,w te. n VAi n which t cv !... .1. l.m ...1 ....111 start to-duy. ESTATE OF GEORGE I. fleers of the Military Post road appeared r : ., n thn ,.h Thn rnlnf:i, . " " Ions, and wnen onco wo get ncr ns an for that company. The ground nf the ,o- ' VlnchE f whlc Vr hiches n ote ',VPnlnB ",Br h" "avo V10, 1,l01iSUir quest is that tho company lias removed , " ' '" hnlt fell mi u , v The nre nf h01' ''""ipauy for the remainder of tho tho high banks In that vicinity so that the ' ' 1 was north no thn mo t.h from 11,0 tlmo ot "un-ottlnB until motormen can have u full view ot the spur , ' "'"do n of 11 t?ear U Partly To? d w '1,nnct nwXt hllIls 1,up fHlr f,ue l'e" lu both directions as tho ears approach I .Jim,. ci0i,?v duvi is comb ired with 1,1,1,1 ,1,e lln0 ot the western horizon, the crossing. This, together with the fact lK,' f..c 01 .. ""W.. ?t?."l1 '.re.d uUI Merotiry is at present nH evening star. 2 we've a new lot of just suits not too good, and give you all the com I 4t & CO., t, j, V l A .1 -w-ww-ww ww-wvw 9 m-w-w -A-A. i 4i j PROQATE COURT. .,,,. n,,.i...T. . - . Summar, ..r nu.. ,, rrHU.ttcterl Tor th. -k Kndlng Aug. a. isnn. I.state of Mary nrunelle, nurllnton; np- pralscrs' Inventory tiled, application lor II nnxei lr. cnll in'il ncliln V....l ........ 21. , i Estate of John Dearborn, Huntington; II- cense to sell personal property. llstnto of John Mellor. Utirllnctun: set-1 ,i . , j. - ' . ""m " neiee-. Estate of Mary R. Plummer, South I3ur- Hi.Rton: administrator apnointed. Estate of Adna M. Sibley Mtltnn: ad-1 mlnlstrator, commissioners and apprais- crs appointed. i Re Ishmael Larsell, Colchester, (Insano I 11,1-cnnV Mmmtll Ai-ll.'rn...r,..Cr.ln v-u....... .. .. ij .villi,. !. IJII11U 1IU7- pltal for Insane at Wnlerbury. I Estate of Michael Wool. Essjj:: admln- Istrator appointed. Estate of Martin Van Buren Harrington, South Hurllngton; settlement and decree. Ejtato of George W. Arms, Durllnglcn; license to sell real estate. Estate of Eoulsa Winn, Shelbume; com- i.vT,f iS i ti n,ti ,. ,montl1' "ncl rpturns ovpr' ''Prlnff o th I.stato of Adelln A. Moody, Burlington; 1 beginning ot the- zodiacal city. In Kng- il'Ln J! ""-.."';. the HUH, the ... EUaidians account. Estute of Paul Hiiinelle. Milton: license to sell leal estate granted. Estate of Grace A. fa. Pecs, Hurllngton: .1 .ti seiticmeui men and appiic.uicn lor, ., . . . .. t ,ui1".rief,rirrgu"t,1e,'','CU f d"" ; U'E: nn.H.i.tnn. Estate of Jerome Dumas, Rurlington; account tiled and application for settle ment and deoiee, hearing August 2S. INSURANCE MEN MEET. I.ncal Agents of Vermont to Organize in a Stiitn Assoclittlnn. At an Informal meetintr nf tbe rpnrnwn. I tatlvo tiro insurance agents of this State. held at the Van Ness House Tueslay at- ,. ofpwhici,-c iiniortl Kanney or St. nan, and J. S. Hick- 1. .1. ' ! V - iiu iiie ine' 11 si litnee nireniH :n ineir v:i- nous localities as ,n ,i, ..,1...... mY.. . mrmi, ti. -'. .'. a .-..,.,.: r 1 .v,.ii,.,i ,in..vi-iniiuii .,1 i.uuiii ii'inii. ine e'ininiit ssuciatlon 01 l.ocitl Klre JnsllI.anc0 ARPllts and t0 vlVQrt at ,n meetIlf. t0 b(. c.llIc(, ,,y thom a fomo convenient city in the near future: H. E. Wheeler of St. Albans. J. S. Hiekok of Burllncton. W. A. Cl.n-U nf ltntbm,! u i Norton of Bennington, 11. E. Taylor & Son of Hrnttieboro, E, S. Leonard of Bellows I Jl alls, Crawford Ranney of St. Johnsnury, three, bright stars, and above these of ,(Us!,1(M, experience, the well known rem F. E. Alfred of Newport and Joseph G. ' third magnitude, and above theso nro i,,lv. MnllI r.,,in ,-, n1 i,, ". "iBrovMi of Montpelier. three bright stars arranged In a diadem. (ll" Haxter s Mni.dr.iko Bitter,, und lma- ,,1 The meeting Tuesday Is the result of a ' movement looking to tho effective crninl- z't'nn of the local agents of the .United States, In the interests of correct practices suites, in the Interests or correct 1 n,uI a general elevation of the rtandurd of ,nc locil1 llr0 Insurance agent There aro now organizations of this nature in 2S States, all of which will be represented by strong delegations at tho meeting of the national association, which will bo held nt Buffalo next week and which thece will be an attendance of at least 500 insurance mcn. THE HEINEBERG BRIDGE. Whnt an Intpectlnn by City OHIclnH furadny Itevunleil. Mayor Roberts, the members of the "oanl of Aldermen, tho sttvroTTimlssloti- ",H:lralMI nM'.iurs vimi- p' ,no Helncberg bridge Tuesday after - noon in order to satisfy themselves. If nos. . : , . needed. Tho city odlclals made the .rl rel" 1,1 ,l la,'K barge. It was found that the centre pier was somewhat out of plumb, I lint nrrth.'i hlv rnt mi irh rttnr. rtnt I li i n ti i.,,. ..k.,ii.. - t, always has been. It will bear a llttlo watching and wlll In tlmo have to be foal- fled and possibly icbullt. The- timbers were found to bo sound, with the excep- tlon of somo at tho Burlington end of tho bridge, which can bo easily replaced. Tho heavily loaded barge was driven nt a trot back and forth over tho brldgo and the general opinion seemed to be that tho kliniettifA enllld lie rennire.l nt nn hmVikii r n few hundred dollars so as to be per- fectly rafo for somo tlmo to come. I The bridge was built 10 years ago at a cost of $6000. In IStl or lf&2 It was repaired repairs, to thc amount of $000, were mado , upon It, JULY WEATHER. Tho local weather record for July shows a mean temperature of 71 degrees, with n maximum ot S3 on the 2d and a minimum mil i' t uiion inu iii t.-tiii inn I'vi u ihi u up ry. J- io boun riV' Vllc" 'S 71,6 ,1"R,0t iTh0 ,"e'",1; "rn ts m o do t he h- now hound tho will lender Its j'110'1' low ever, was much in excess of , way. and. leaching his point of In-busln-s will 11,0 "veniKo for JC years, which Is 2.A Inch- "rlor c.onJuiietlo.. with the suit on tho L "joy. return.-- - ' h, he Joins the company of .he morning I 'K thuiuler storms on six days, make the month a noteworthy one". That there is a Pure Mixed Paint on the market made from Pure White Lead, Pure Zinc White, Pure Linseed Oil, Pure Dryer and Pure Colors. As a result, we have more than doubled our last season's sales. Monarch Mixed Paint is abso lutely pure. We'd like to tell you about it. HAGAR, Burlington, Vt. People Are Finfling Out THE HEAVENS IN ANfiHSI THE MONTH OF DOG DAYS AND STAR SHOWERS. Nights of Starry Splendor ITlicr to rind tho rUneU-T1i .oillaetil Slunn-In. tcrcitlnc Feature, of llio Month Many Eranlng Stan, Them nro two features for which August Is distinguished ono the dog days and the other the llrst of tho series of falling stars. There. Is another month- November that has tho bitter distinction, but the catiiculur, or -log, days, bolon exclusively to this month, The constella tlon known us Cards Minor was ul one time known ns Canicular, and so that word Is often usod In scientific circles to i denote these purtloular duys. li was ul jso used to denoto Hlrlus, or tho Dog Star, the largest and brightest of all tho .stars. H Is really a mighty globe. It far tran I sennds In splendor our own sun, but it Is plunged Into the depths of puce to such an appalling distance that Its enfeebled rtti-a when thev reunh tli earth ttlvo us .r,:ri.;:v;" ";' "",:.v... .r,:; i,.; onTo?'rb"rlllinut ar. the l then, of this Dog 3tar the uniclents reck- oned their dog duys. which were forty in nmnhnr-itvniv i...fnr ,i (,,. fir the Star's rising. Tim rising of tho stur was lgnorntly supposed to bo the oe- cation of extreme haul uJid of the diseases lllCUlenta to tllOO duys.. ah wo look up lt.to the heavens to find . .i..v ..." .,1.. ...I, connooted with tho prominent ones, the iiiiiiiii siau, hk wo popinuriy can inem, that aid us in distinguishing them from others. Theto dollcato tints tn of course convey to us but a very imperfect Idea of their ral colotlng. In, passing from our latitude, with Its peculiar mcteorolo- gleal conditions, to the limpid regions of the tropics, the colors of the stars are I accentuated, und the sky becomes a ver-l ltablo casket of precious ge-ms. Antares, Pollux. Aldnliar.m. itntnleMiesn. nnil ihn'aKain occupbd yesterday with the CI'i- ..1-..-. . i. . .. ....... .... North Star, Capella, Castor, Arcturus, and Procyon are vertitable celestial to- ' pazi s, while Slrlus Vega, und Altalr u-o diamonds nf tin. tlrsit wntur. .rlit.sin,- . - 1 -1 otners by their dazzling whiteness. The names of the signs of the zodiac, nlthnuirh f.lrlv f.m,uir tr. n l.i- ti,i time, are not alwavs easv to mmranliw in their order, and unless wo do tlx them In I mind Mir. dlinr nltle nf iin.iimr nnrnivi.a about are very nnmh greater. The namo .... ..... of zodiac, given to the zone of stars which the suntruve-rces during tho course of the 1 t6cr' t1- year, comes from Greek words referring to tho species of figures traced on this' Bristol, N. II., Juno 21s. belt of stars, In which animals predomln- Dr. S. A. Tuttlo: ate. Our ancestors called these twelve Dear Sir: Having UFOd TL'TTLE'S signs ot the zodiu tho "house of the EMXIR in the different diseases lnj sun" or "the monthly abides of Apollo," horses, I consider it tho best horse medi because tho day star visits them each .ne in the market. I havo never failed nf! nvins, tne urnn, tne iion, tno lrgi, tne Goat, the Wuter Hearer, und the Fishes. nii, n 1... .i,iu i ,ii,tr,m,iv,.t I an , vorillBO ot tho prlmitvo hierogly- r,i,cs whtcli described them. Thc. ,aiu. which moving In fronlt of the . ne limn, iiii.ii iiiuiiik 111 iium ui uik hCr,(1 t'ie march, opens the yJJj notntng remnrKaoie; the brightest or us stars indicates tne naso 01 ono 01 tne days, horns of tho leader of the sheep, and Is , only u star of the seconld magnitude. Aft-I AEDRICH Mrs. Maiy Mann Aldrleh er the Ram comes the Hull. Admire on a wife of Dennlson II. Aldrich. died at hetf tine Winter's night tho charming Pleiudcs omo on Maple street yesterday after whlch scintillate In the ether; not far nooni J,ll' -s. !sed 21 years. from them shines a tine red star, this Is M,1nh...-.,n ,k nl Ihi, null n r.f tlie , ' ... 1 . 'IC ,?i "n n'L 11 t "C ' the Twins, whose heads are marked by lwo nnc" iar Castor and Pollux. Can -""" wiuui, loruui.ueiy e-nniuiiiM nu cenisineiieiusi, following gentlemen brlsht twuikler. J ho l.lon Is more lor a... ... it ..... j,.. tnt.ittp. ns ho hns the brilliant tlrst mair- nt..in ,..1 ,. ...,,-,,1,. iici,-.. fnPn,i f third magnitude stars, makinir a trune - i,iw,...v-, .if....... ..b... zlnm. Tin, YlrL-ln enntalns a vetv briirht . - . - U:. ". st elli liltnll ill- v l.MAW..,l !l Simnll ' llfl Balance has two second magnitude stars which are very much like tho Twins. The Scorpion follows this, nnd Is quite a ro- markable constellation, a star of the first. magnitude, called Antares, maiks the heurt In tho middle of two stars of the The Archer has his arrow formed or sec- ond und third magnitude stars, and point- igg toward the tail of the St orpion. Cap- ricomus is not ut nil a cji.-pleuo.ls group, but possibly it may be reec unlaw by two third magnitude stars quite near each other nnd representing the huso of the animal's horns. Aquarius Ii Indicated by a triangle of tnlrd mugnltudo sturs, the one nt tho uptx being a point on tho Equator. Pisces In itself Is Inc.onsplcu- ous, but It Is just south ef a large and magnitlcenl quadrilateral Known as tno great square of Pegasus. inn speed 01 me sue. n .eugust ii.ciei.s- e'tt Iliuici liiil ns inu iiinu ...1 ..ai.iiiiiet iiiw ennlnnv annrnaches. nnd we find that at - .1,.. nn .1... r.,. ....nl.l... .V. t10 month s close nine and one-halt de- grees ot northern declination havo dlsap- Iicared. The Intense heat taking unto pei themselves many minute from the light ! The August moon Is new on the 4th, reanhe.s tho phase of first quarter on the ...1. 1. rn ., .1.1,1, ,n,i n,,-sa i,,tn .1 las. quarter on the 27th. It occults Mer '',,',' " Vv... i-tiV 1 tV Mer f cury on tho 7th, and wo would have a charming picture to gaze upoit if 'twere r,t in. ti,n fnnt nf th,. nbttiptv ltivlalhll- ity on tnat occasion, .iiuusi an oi ine conjunctions between moon and planets . take place this month hetweenl tho new nnd the full moon, so that wo huvo the majority of tho wanderers us evening stars. A notable exception to this distribute n of the planets Is found In Neptune, which is twice In conjunction with tho moon. nnee em the 2d and again on tile 29th. Wo mls o mnn pleasant tableaux In not being able to see this magnificent planet, whnse approaches to the moort ure, for this month at least, closer than nlmost all i Venus Is now rising only three-quarters of an hour ahead of the sun, and her lazi ness In this particular Is greatly to her dis credit, ns the nearer sho gets to the sun the dimmer grows her disk, and shortly V " ; will bo shut entirely from view. How- she will not bo out of sight very but having swung as far to the eastward as tho linn that tethers him to tho sun stars and remains tneru tne rest oi tno month. We sometimes complain of tho heat of the sun: but what is our poor lum inary compared witli the dazzling furnaco of Mercury! It Is us If ten suns together darted their rays on our heads nt noon time. So that If nny Meieurlan droiss down upon us ho'd fancy himself In tho arctic even wero ho to brlrtg up In Central Africa or hottest Asln. Murs comes to our meridian In the middle of the after noon, some threo hours or so after tho sun. He Is In tho constellation of the Lion. Un fortunately he Is very smnll at present nnd his size diminishes dally, but his clear, steady light still admits his being dis tinguished in the setting of brilliants sur rounding him. Jupiter's approach to the sun can be no ticed very easily now, for wo find him at sunset further and further and down the western side of the heavens. Wo thall hold onto him, however, until Novem ber, ns he does not cense, to bo an even ing star until his conjunction with tho sun oif the 18th of that month. Uranus reaches the position of quad rature with tho sun on the 27th, and still ranks among the evening stars, He Is lu tho constellation or thu Scorpion, ami oomcs to his hlcltc&t point on our :neri- A Clergyman's Experience. M. D. Jump, , 1)., Saratoga Hprlnpr, writes: "It afTords me great pleamtro t testify to tho value of Huiry & Johnson's Arnica nid Oil liniment, which I usei with tho most satisfactory results. Not? long since, as a result of a cold and ex cessive use of the. organs of the throaty I suffered greatly from Inflammation ami Induration of tho tonsils. After trying several remedies I bethought me of yourf liniment, and by u single application over; night tho trouble was entirely remove & and I was able to go on with my work ' dlan shortly utter 7 o'clock In the even Ing. Saturn and the moon aro In fairly close) proximity oni the 16th. This will real y, bo the most plrLurcsnua of tho month v" conjunctions, and It is unfortunate that? ,no I,,anet If n,ot " J"W nd as brilliant: as we Times. sometimes huvo it. New YorU ADVERTISED BETTERS. I.lst of unclulmed letters in tho Hurling trjn postollicu for tho week ending Aug 2, 1SD1; WOMEN'S MST. Miss Ellr.a Abljott, Mrs. I.llllan Rrure, AT... -Kt ... ........ ... ... ... ... m A,' x , " r.. L 51 . Co" ' Jlrs' - J. Daggett, Miss Abwo uani. miss e. s. Knogg iV il"CBl',' J!"" '!' V, '..'i'.r:,, " ' , 7';,., , ' i 1 f'- B.-. '"""P." f.f X !n, tncI1' Mrj' IMi" orthou. Clara Wilson MEN'S MST. FrM 1 1. Rutler, (leorgo l!olle. It I,. Rutlcr, V. W. t'ltie". Arthur ltotvlrk P Imenn flirt! U'lltlnm Crnnn I.' Ill .0 A. A. Emery. W. A. OIlHon. tl. Fred Grid- i,- , ijnim iiiii"'r. jfiiia iiHrp.r. r.rni 0 Hunsman. Jumcx Il:ml. . Carl .rr.hr.imi. v. it. Kinson, K. O. L,orr.ls, ( . Moor Albert L. N snphc Suplno, Sbeinerd Ilros , liurllngt inl Specialty Co., Arthur Stanley, H. E. Sr. Antonio, Charles I.ee Tracy. AIzo Trudo, II. 13. Thcudore, W. H. Van Strander. FOUR CHINESE CASES HEARD. Commissioner fleorge E. Johnson wa-J nMn llP.lHni'B li'lilrt v'n r.. rn.nmi.il .. f, an unusually long absence of the Priest . t from the com t room. The number ofl Chinese officials present Is aliout a usu , among them being Inspectors Izard it a It c... ,.i...i. . .. .r .. 0'""' '"'! -iamn v, ,hf tfovernment's proecutlnlg attorney; and Dr. Moy is tho Interpreter. Theri wcic four ciies heard during Die day nnrlj nothing of any special interet rnme lurlng the hearings. One of the Chlna- mcn wns discharged while the other ca-es W.rfi ivit ininnlnlii.t rtt. tUn .Iruil.ulnnu .... . W(,re not completed or the decisions w ro- obtaining good results In ev-iT case where, I mVc ued it. Every man own.ng 04 ho,e should have u bottle of 1, .""h.S stable, I 1 Yours very truly. G. G. HRUWN. mm,. lli:.. At r.el linmn ,1 nrt Ii r"h:tiri. nrirtrcoM July:"; Ellzttbeth Sullivan, wife of Geo,(re, c. hrew, aged 27 years, 5 months and Jl, '. ..iv.iiiiiiuuii, ill inn iiuitte- i.ltr. nlTfiniM xir.r a. i.i i. t.- liana, O., of typhoid fever, July 2)th. 1W, 0?o.1 Kdwln I..itehe,der,'esq..Json..n.laW -lawt of Mr. John Hume of Amesbury, Mass. ma nr. Kit. POWERS RYDER. At St. Joseph' church, bv Ri. .1 M. CInarcc. Mr. Sieph. . 1-,ou''' rowers -inn Miss Marion) rnee Kyder, both of ot. A'b.in. . n en.lu - w . Home Endorsement. Wo, thc un lTlgned. druggists of Rur- Hngton, Vt., nave sold during our entlrs n.mix riably found It to give entire satisfaction to our clne a customers. We regard this medl. as among the most reliable household reii.edles that we sell. R, II. Stearn & 1 0 . -'.oilman r c,o.. coor-jo A. Churchill, '. I.. Tuft ,t Co., J. O. "ellro.e. W. J. Hen rou. F. Henry Parker & Co , J. W. O'Sulllvun. M. E. Collin.-. Gosselln Bro., W. P. Hall, (ieorso I.nveland A Co. Sold liquid In bottles; tablets In boxes, Price 25 cents for either. 1 n.nonnnnnnon . 1 --TTC . fC, , i r- n 1 nSOUSA'S lir.inn Oinrrrt Rind 5f 1T Tr-. -n . 46 O VjfJHVlxJK.il' a IVHUtary DanO. .vmtup X pCOLUMBIAN ORCHESTRAS Right in Camp With Us. I m iuu iiiiiu tu ll.lliee. O You .rant to sing. & m ... . ... ... 15 Graphn- ) x JnKe a pramnpno'ie or t.lin,,. pli.hi tven Tlti. pimp v-f "A on, the yacht ai a trifling e xpensc. n ia It is the most popular fad of the day U 1 5i , 5 ia O THE OLD RELTAl.LE Bailey's Music Rooms, o Y. M. C. A. Bulldinff, lfDT ID T rUTt""' T-vn.T X rt?tD KffAMT 'T ' " 2o00000'000000 V OYSTERS are now tu season. Get a gooil ttew or fry at tha STAR RESTAURANT 144 Church St., - - Burlington, Vi DINNERS 25c. 40,wtf A Free Press Want Ad Will Hit thc Nail on the Head every time, lt will ferret out the peonlu who want to till your wants, U only one man In Vermont can fill your want tho ad, will find that mnn. If anybody has a reasonable want that! cannot be filled by a Free Press want ud, wc would like to find hint, Such a cas,j would bo iiuuurkabltfc