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THK BURLrNdTOV PR F R PRESS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3. ISO!)
LEDGE FELL Upon a Party of Six Young Children in Mont pclier. TWO OF THEM KILLED, A. Ill I rd llni l.int Ono Leg -Tlu-rc of llio 1'iirty Kicapod lliirhil-Walerburj's Allognd II Igliwnyiiiiiu llrnkuOut Of the Cooler imil i:cnpcil light ) Lincoln. Montpellor, Aug. 1. Ono of tho sudd -t catastrophes hi the history nt the oily , ,,.,,,..1 u ,i,i ,,rt ..,,.,,, i.iiv children were at play beneath II,,.' 1, ,lg I opposite the gun works when without a inc'tnent's waniliis, scv.ral tons ol earth nnd rook caved In upon them. Three of the ihlldrm e-scupod unhurt while the oth tr three, Tessle, Uoorge and S.itnh Hill, Mod D, 7 and 4 years lespoethcly, woio b-itled 111 tile debris. The unhurt children hounded the nl.um nnd In a few minuter helping Imiiils ns isted by several physicians were engaged Iti the woik of rescue. The little boy was tho first taken out r.ith oil" leg broken, which was Inter uni- faitntod. and was badly lu'iilx',1 ulniut tlir. lace .-. The you! sosl girl was next Ink u with an arm and a lei torn Irom the E 'I t li.ijj. The oldist girl was t'omul dead, tho Jiu . rushed out of her by a luuy l''"ld''i'. , ill, ru. . n ui H rir . i iu mii lb it m hospital, whole the little lrl died I ' out Itu minutes after iirrlvhn?. The kope Is oxpiessi'd by the physicians thai !he hoy' life will be suved. The .'hlldron s paunt" are Mr. anil Mrs tieorux Hill and they lmv . the symp.iiliy Df the ,-ntln community In this terrible r ,i .. I,-., mil At tho time of the aeeld"iit. Mrs. Hill with the fourth and onl y o,lr child n nt. wii-s up town and U was s,a i, t m- before riw liniLil the sad fate which had befallen her Utile oihs A CRIMINAL AT LARGE. ."Undo II U lripe I'loiu thn I.oek.iip In Wiitorbnry. Watorbmy A.jr l.-Harrj- c.abree who vas arres,,. by Sl erlft (.raves "Mod by Jenuty Cii.iby last niBht about halt past was eleven ejid looked in the "oooler, made his esfjpe durint; tho nlifht by spreading the lr. 'ii rods liv tin- door sufficiently to ennlde him to escape through the opening, His "i ape was not iyiown until this morn- ing when Sheriff Graves went lo the cell with a breakfast for the prwoner, and dXed llthn.g'b ubsenc-. Sheriff Craves at once notified the dlf-1 ferent officers in this sutlon lint as yet no trace of him has been found. Wlun arrested he was dressed i ill a new suit of Clothes light colored pants and black coat and vest, and wore a soft hut He Is cf dark complexion and wonrs a black mustache. lie is nlhut five fo t high and wcghs abnit 1I pounds. A to ward lias boon offered for his captuie. ORDERED CHINAMEN DEPORTED. Commissioner Young Will MrUo n Test of The ( Iilncsii Merchant Clause. Newport. Vt Aug. l.-t'nited States Cummlssbn. r John Voung this monilng gave a ilieiblon ordering the deportation nf Ilo .lack, l.ung Kwel and Ah Kong, three C'liinamcn, who, it is claimed, wviv vmnrL'liMl Into the eountrv ovi r the I'nn.i- dl .n n '1 hearing last uSsnict Attorney .U I. Marrln "Ptivd for the l"nlu,l States York and Piltorsri, N. J. o,;'i;, his doo,sio tins morning finds that the Chinamen are not merchants under n strict Interpretation ot t'ho law. Comi'cJ for the prise-D-n .,pp,.ai. d to the rnitoil States District Court and pending further hearing, the Chlnamm ur to remain In the custody ol Marshal' Henry FloM. THROUGHOUT THE STATE. Contract Clocd for Windsor Countys New lull Us Leading Koatuios. Wirdtsir county has dosed i contract , with til, F'aulj Jail liullillng .Mat.ufaotui-- Jug ccmpunt. for Hi steel eolls 1 jr the jUil how being reni'iUcUd. The j.ui i .it t of the l ounty bulialng is to bo sn.c l et. th's uilarienp.'iit of tho prison iiuarters includ- Uif. abi.ait II feet ol the- Jailor's i.-uditico and a nuw buck wall will bo built lie- twion the boufo and Jail. Ill- west end of tin building foniiLr y occupied by tho, Uerk s awl probate offices ar, i be lln- i-hod of, f' the use or the .mil keeper. I Jn ,u'dlticm a yUizax w 111 i bmlt along the west side ot thi. bulkl.rig. ' l,o intorlor if the n,iv jail will lio equipped with mod- " "." " " , n, V crn :tru up-to-date llxtutos, looking lo tho Iierlth ol Ok inmates- and the positive re- llnl.fini j,r thell U!rt,,i- -l',ii , .. ..Ill l,c 11 lie -siTJier eel lb, ui two tlci. lour on elth- t-r side on Imtli floors, with a coti'idon be 1., n ,riilnr ro.,l..,r 1 , s. . IU 1 t .i .. . .1 i .... hollies. The beer was ordered teturnod to rr.r,:orr',;i!::'ji," 'rtr Surf ! in oon g :l x : l "!nr,nl l mrl anvhv ,V',,;1,"s toi g-r.. nts on tin iwo n,, Moors liclng' '! s Jl",K' ,l"SSV"; T" Very similar, each having a bath room and , V ,"h0I,ofu,p CT!, wn '! ' 1,tnw,,m ilcsiots On the thl.d floor w.ll be tlio ' ',"' ;I -Mrn. Adsit, tho respon Vomen''s ward, with four moms; hero also;"?"1 I"'lllf;," ,l,lr'1 I""''' KM be kept the Juvenile c-rlmlnals. A peak ' b '.' 1 on"?"; S?"" ""'tured In toof will bo put on the I nllilliu. thus glv-if.1' A.""i"s !lof iLm1"' .for "tl"," Vib- a little additlmal snaea iLn'Ossaiv fi.r , ''I'-velo Irom William I-onint, was brought Jhe women's quartet. ET. JOHNSBURY PRIHST'S SII.VKU .irnn.i:i:. rno a vnr iiiiiiii'f 111 iw-v. .1. t Hnicunn. i pault. pastor of tlio rretidi Catholic par- Uh s, .Inhnslmrv. wns fliitnolv ,-,.1... tratud Saturday amd Sundi,-y. The (.x .1-''1,1I'J ln,,or In the Stale's prlnon nt Wlnd-or ,sw bftgati on Saturday evetiliig, and llio'""' , f 1101 10 xcied IS and not 'religious sorvleos wore held in the Notre niontlis. pumi- dos Vlctolroi church. nn, consisted Josepli Swo, n-y. a 12 year old boy, was (j,f a sermon by the vlcar-geueral lo tv arrest, d S iturday for stiullng two sh"ep bishop of Shcrhiodte. followed liy the l,en- flill1s "f Chatb s II Spauldlng, He was tdlctlon, given by nihir,i I.nrocpio of pherbrooko. The audience tin n adjourn- ta to .music nan, winac various ini,ires!-es , O.Ca-S'E'OaFiril.A.. Scars the Kini1 Von Have Always Bought OA.sToniii.. Bears the 9 Tha Kind You Have Always Bought oASToraA. Bears tho Tho Kind Voj Ham AUays Bo'igtn CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Honrs tho Slgnaturo of " Pure atul ;velands Baking A pure cream of tartar powder, were ghoit I" I'tench by tlii' societies of tho parish, each society prcse.iting th"lr priori with an envelope! containing mon ey, tlev. Mr, Ilolssonnuiilt rcfliiondfit feelingly lo all those meetings, ,,U1 closed with a few words In English, thanking hl people for tholr loyalty In tho pout 'St yonrn mij thanking tho Protectants for their IntcrcAl In the Catholic. Ill tho iibsonoo of the regular orator of thr evonlng, t.toitt. (K)V. I lutes wus failed out and paid that Hi-v. Mr. Holssontmiilt had done ns inin-h fur the good of the town nn any man In ll. The gifts Lo tho priest wwio mostly In cash nnd amounted In value to fiW. .Yes- I'-iday Key. Mr. Ilol.-winimult sung s d- i emu niRii mass at the morning service ami Hlshop Unooqlie preached the sermon After tho ntiiK there was a banquet at St. Amies' hull. Tho feast closed at 7 o'clock with solemn vespers, sermon and biiicillctlon. Hurling Key. Mr. Ilolsson- ii.iiin i , .ir or ",-rviro no nas invested ' ttHW'Mn chinch property mid real $.71.riiM stona ,'1h!lr.,:n' . " fA hoMdtal, convent, pato- ehlal school, parish house and cemetery STIU'CK .It'HV IN WINDHAM COUNTV The side Judge-, of Windham County Court, at a Inuring Saturday, granted 'ho p tltlon of the defendant for a struck Jury In Hie suit of IIi'Iki II. Clark of trattlo lolo, widow of llama A. Clark, against the Kmploycr's Liability Insiiraneo com puiiy to recover Sin.oon, the amount nanv d In an accident policy carried by Mr. Clark. Knr -eight names were drawn, to 151 ot U-hlell iililei-tlim ivtia in,,,!.. ?..l ft-,,,., . I, . rest 1'J w 111 be drawn to oomWcil the jut y. ivuiujiuiiirs ci;i.i;iiitATiu:-. Uo(i01(l ift ,nineUlK for celebration AtiKi'st Id. the oecislon belmr the 12"1 an nlvicsary ol tho battle of Hennlnston. The exeielses will bo hold 111 llni' r (?loa stu's mi vi the Wllinlnscton band will bo iu oiti nilanee and S. M. IihuIoi, the story .K.t ,.-,, (It 1... ..... s. '.,., ,. ..,,,., ,.in ',,,,. ,,,!. k,W(.(1 ,iy ,,,..,,. , , ..f,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ;i display ol llu works 111 the ovcnlm;. The ... ,, ... - ' , ' ,,; of , . 0 Momi,t);I, , lV, , ,,,ve sua level, . ,,,,(,liratloll ,s ,,, ,.. , u,nnr of the litfinh plon penplu win pass the heated term in Woodford. NO'J'liS AllOt'T TIIK STATE. Uev. C. O. C!rlehabcr preached his fare well sermon at tin- Island Pond Com;re. ;,, ,.,.;. ,,;,;. lnonilnk, " ,lu , f , pastorate In .., . , h. S. Jackson ot Ilrtliol claims to havo raised the champion strawberry this soa- son. It nioasni"il six Inches in circumi'or- elice ono way by live Indies the othei way. C. M. Kibbins, tile veteran' liear hunter -. ' .Us S.h '"''" llandwomo olioulars are being mailed prominent drand Ainiy mm throughout the Stale ghing a sketch of Comrade Al- of V, bert I). Sh.iw of Watertowin, N. V.. the choice of the IJmplte Stale for coihmnnd- i (.r-in-chlef. The State convention of the Young Poo-. pie's Chrlsll.m unliui will be held In Hoth-. el August L"i and Hi. The State convention of I niversalist churches will also bo hold thero luesday evening, August : and and holding until I hursday evening. Cur-.cressm in ilrcut expects to have, illumined by Drs. O. V. Peek and K. A. if iiiennlal cb biMilrin nf the fumiis- rt. P.ui dick and pronounced liis'ino and was tl, nnnt on the home farm In Klrbv soon, His grandfather Tin ophllus ilroiil, settled on this Inrm in IT: and there ileaicl a lerac tinct of land. The-farm bus been Ui the Inmliy ftuni that lime. ..... . Ai tides of Incorporation of the Trust :?'"''; ot ' 1 ;l,.1A1,,.iU1-V ;.'.;,', , nBy n , lil have brandies In Wl cities. Among other ,!:l"?s.,.:,vl,,l1,',,.!l' r f,;v rinH. chocks which havo boon discarded by the Ww York banks. Hi .inches will bo s- I,I,,'"!:J",,11. ."' ,tlu' lu'w "'"nles also. Among stockhol n t -, an lb,, names of J. (J. "a""ul" ",,u 1 'vninugs. BEER RETURNED TO LAKESIDE. Contained Only l.i Per Cent of Alcohol lllcjclB 'Hurt eut t" WilHlMM. City Court resumed activity again Sat urday incrulng after a week of unusual unlet. Tho boor that was seized at ilm Lnk,. side Park hotel omo tl mi, airn was brought into iciitl and was proved by ovpcrl testimony to bo within the limit , tl. tiuvo per cent law. This case had i. .,, .ontinued at the reriuest of J. );, c'tishm.in. the attorney for the d. fendcnt, aigued that the boor contained lcs th(l ,iiu,0 ,.,. t,.Mt of ni(.hol. C. 11. j,,,,, eh, mist at the experiment station, who has made the examination of tho ,,( u..st(ied that it contained about 1..", ,.,. 0f alohul and that it would tako ,llt. ,jnth 0t it to equal the amount of nloohol In a glass of whiskey. The. (.h, 1(,s,i1(,i tiu, sturr mlulit hv cm mist testmni tha H,,,n nm,0 0 L.oni ,, ,. lini.(i,1(-Hd . . . . into which somntlilng d to prevent fermenta- tatlon, or it might be diluted lager, or It .mltiht bo stuff In which fermentation had t 1,.... n ki.,,....,.l l ... p. ,.. li i . . i u .a..A,i ,n i. ." ' .-..i-i-.. ....... v ,...... ,., uiu Into court In tho nfternoon. Ho waived exuinhiatlon aim was hold for tlio Septem ber term ol County Court nnd ball was .1 1 . 7-""- ,. ' , , , , .n 1!, 'V ' 'I1 ,' "fU" C, Wl"Ch l",'v"i; committed to Jail. I.ntor ho reconsidered , U1", '-"tier and enmo hac-k Into court and pleaded guilty. Ilo was sentenced to monmii cniri aim noiiig iiuuor i. years of age the mayor was notified to "i-i"." m- n iuuhu suihj 1 sentunoei! to pay the city of Burlington tin- of $10 mid iiists of $li.r,7. or servo 1111 nltornote scnton- of fm days in tlic Jiidtistrial school at Vorgennes. PARDONED BV THE GOVERNOR. Tlioinat. Claiming nf llrattlebnro Itl-lemed -Status , if the Itiiard of I'lirilons. Thomas Manning of Brattieboro. who was m litem-, d I-'obtuaiy S lo over ,H dass In the Hons, of Coirectlon, Uua been par dif.ed by ibjv Hmllli. on tho petition of elUrrns after serving out less than a lhk-,1 of his sentence says the Reform r which continues: "He was eonvleie-1 of pocket peddling, the evidence being that ho went 10 the luewory and got a bottle of whis key foi other parties, mil In tho legal lourse in those proceeding" the charge was lirst. 'furnishing,' and then with 'keplng with Intent' to furnish: ho plad ed guilty to both charges i.inl wis sen tenced to If, days' Imprisonment and n line of $30 for ono charge nnd iVt on the other, with an alternative. If he could not pay, of three days inoaiceratlon for each SI of the line and costs. Tho governor's pardon Is based on the giiaiud that tlio sentenoe was exeosslvo for the olTenco alleged, and especially im a plea of guilty. A eiiilous fact, ot which few inople wore aware, developed Iu thu , out so of the case when Gov. Smith called tho petitioners' attention to tlio fact that 11 new law passed by tho lust Lielsliituiu Sure." p$wdek No alum, no adulteration. e-Mnbllshed a hoatd of pardons consisting of the ehlef Judge of the Supidn' Court, the lieutenant novel nor and tho hoards ot dlteetrif.i of, tho Slate's prised nnd House of Collection. Chief Judge Tnft refused lo organize tho hoard on tho gtound that tho act was cleat ly unconstitutional, be cause tho eor.Mltutlon tests tho entires power of parden with tho goternor; ho tr.ny take advice fiom whomever ho pleases and even an udvmiiy hoard eouin not l o foived upon him by legislative an thoilty. The governor on looking up tho matter concluded that tho chief JuiIro was right and so went ahead with the case nnd granted the paidon DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Mil strain tVlthdinns rrnni the Firm of II. I'. Clnrknnll .V Cn. Aftrv 2,1 y(r.r.'' of active biislnos life in lliirllnplon, Mls I,. M. Strnln lo-day to tiro, fiom business, Her deeiflon to do this will be regretted by a large mtinbet ot enstomeri and personal irluids, wi.o have for ninny ears mnde lite steiL (heir rendezvous, nnd who have leamel to de pond on her taste and Judgment In nniny matters. Miss Strain began Inis'neis In llurllng tnn In March. IS",!, as the suc' iM.or of tho tlrm of I.lseum Lovely on MhIii street. A few years later she romovd to Church street neat Co'loge. Later she pun has, ,1 the business of Miss Kllen Meade and con solidated It with her own moving to upper Church sttoet. After the erection of tho Young Men's Christian assoc. mini build ing she rented the stove now occupied by ftnl'oy's Mule looms and remained them until she sold her business to Huntress .t Clnrksoii four yrnrs since Mis.- Stra!n always "arried a line of line goods seldom found outside the l.ngor cit ies and catciod to tho best cla.-s of eis'.o iihts. She had the fullest conildenc,. of the prblle and her retirement Is a loss to cur biulncsp community. She will spend a few months lr travelling, after which sho will return to IHirllngton Id rondo rernia neiilly. HAD BREAKFAST WITH DEWEY, Hut Ate Ills bupper In the ltinno Anrluni lit Vntf,iliiiry. neputy Sheriff Ilallou of Winoosld brought an odd character to the county jail Saturday morning and placed him be hind the bars, as the man' .tctlaiH wire so strai'iio as to attract the attention ot ever; one Ik mot. When Sheiiff Ilallou mot him he was perfectly willing to talk and his citiversatlon plainly showed that the best place for him was In the Ins. mo asylum. Ills first reipies' was for a job In tho hay Hold and lie only asktd the modest sum of ?:'..") a day ft.c ills senhes, remarking that the govornnnnt would double bis pay anywhere. When iiuost.on o.i as to what he hnd boen dsing be le plled that the government had begun op erations 01 a railroad between the Atlan tic end the Pacific oceans and Hint he had I been sent along tho bno to notify the oo- pio ,11 too laei. no sain inai no unco about Sa moil uinl w) ti h "jot jip fjii I Alton llir. f.n lurv nt tlio lr...mi:r vert icil nil, to nnv ,hom hut was wrivliiltl bv a ,,,,,, nf-.i ,,,i ,,.,w.i .,n.i nn ,i,;,t ,lc.c,.,,nt ,u, v , rk U1C , ..Woll for wh,I(, Tno mnrl lhl, transfetrod his 1 1 iiu.kIi t s to mllltarv affairs and remarked th.a no hnd ,,., i,rcakfat that morning Uvlth Admiral Dewev. The man was cx- .taken to W ltd bmy In the afternoon by ' Sb.rriri Pallou. Ishmael .arcell Is tho namogUon by the wanderer and he Is cvi- , '"i'tly a native of Maine lie h,id a sniall ';P. wh'ch had nothing of cin.-eiiueiico In It. Ilo uppfiirs lo hi nliout I., years old ,, ,w,s edlhntly at one time an liuelli- " wvll-lnfo, nicd mm. LIQUOR CASES IN COURT. 8sl7-irrs an 1 ill-links l)ls,isrd nf In Jiiilgo Itiissolb Itrcaehes of tho I'eneo. City Couit was occupied Monday witli tlio usual number of cases that had a.5 a starting pokit the handling or use of in toxicating ;i,unr.lh some form or other. Olive Mercler was tn ought In to answer as the principal In a seizure case ot fS Jlattcry street. She was ordered to pay $11.7.1, the costs of tlio col7.urp. and was lined :o and costs or $11.51 with an al ternate sentence or 1K1 days in the House, ot Correclleei. She appealed and ball was fixed at $7-'. I.ouls Peters was arraigned before Judge Russell on a charge of Intoxication. Ha pleaded guilty and disclosed on tho city liquor agency, saying that Saturday nlgnt after supper he got a pint of whiskey, fil ing the agent that h- wanted it for slck- ; ins.-. He was lined .,.,) iuki costs of J".,"l. I ho seizure case at Hossolln s drug store on the corner of North street and IClm wood avenue was brought up and Arthur Allatd answered as the owner of the stuff seined. Ho was ordered to pay $14.3.1, the costs of the seizure, and fined $20 and costs of $14.01. Max flladstone and Mary Ciladstome were brought In In tho afternoon to ntTWci to the charge of broach of the peace. Dur ing their trial it was discovered that Jo siph Agol was also guilty of calling names and a wirrant was Issued against him. The (Hailstones were each liJied $1.00 and costs and took an appeal, Ago was fined $1 and costs of $7.01, which he paid. Samuel Warntz, the soldier arrested by Chief Smith Saturday night was called In to answer to tho charge nf Intoxication but his case was continued. COURT OF CHANCERY. Ilrli-f Session Stiiidy, Followed by n Iti-eess for a Weak. There was a session of the court of chancery Saturday afurnoon at the coun ty clerk's olhce before Judge It. S. Taft, chancellor. A number of cases were en tered and the court took a recess until next .Saturday at the same time ami plac, , wnen 'iisposiuon win no inane 01 tne re- malning cases. The following easts were intereil- when disposition will be made ol the re Iloraeo I,, Johonnott vs. Culler Bros. & Co., defendants may answer iu in days. Uecroo lor orator in tlio case, of Samuel Hull vs. J. 1'. Clark. Kiitherlno Atkins vs. Alfred Atkins and otheis: deer,,- as per mandate, Samuel Howard vs. J. 1'. Clark nnd Henry O, Clark: administrators havr oratot's leave to and do outer; answer to , H, hy .Sepiombor 1. Henry A. 1'oQt vs. Harrison Alexander and others: discontinued without costs to either party, liooiuls J. Smith s. Patrick .1. Cosgrovo discontinued; orator to recover his lasts. A STURDY NKW IJNGLA.DI3R OON1-3. Harry Kimball Sterns, a native ami for mer resident of Westford, Vt., died at his liomi! In Cot Hand, Michigan, Tuesdiy day morning, July :.", the direct r-suit of a paralytic stroke early In May last, Ho was in Ills 76th year, lie was of sturdy stock, his mother, a pensioner if the war of ISIi, having lived to be (i years old, The deceased removed with his family Irom We-stford to Michigan in 1M and there In 1M2 his wife, a sister of llio laiu Warren Gllibs, died. They aro survived by ono daughter and five sens, all of thtm near mlc'rile nge, Rutland nnr) St. Albans- paper, pleass cony. TRY ALLEN'S FOOT EASE. A powder to bo shaken Into tho shoes. At th'e season your feet feel swollen, ner vous and hot, and get tired easily. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Al len's l-'ool-Kasu. It cools tlio foot and makes walking eiiBy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, blisters and callous spots. Relieves corns and bunions of all pain and glveH rest and comfort Try It to-dny. Sold by all druggists and shoo storua fer 25e. Trial packugo FR1-31-3. Address, Ai Ion S. Olmstcud, t,o Roy, N. Y. ACCIDENTS. A Chicago Man Struck by the South Bound Flyer on Rutland Road. FELL NEARLY 40 FEET, One Side of nij Head Cruihcil nnd Sovcf al Hones nroken-Tlioiight He May Iteoovor-A Young Mnn la ritta forcl Accidentally Shoots II I ill .lf With ratal Keiultj. Mlddlebniy, July 2S.-Mr. lllchards ot l hlcago, who Is hero visiting his daugh ter in llrooksvllle, while crossing the Hrooksvlllo bridge, heard tho ilyer going south, which arrives hero about 1 o'clock and tried lo gel out of the wny hut was unable to get orf tho bridge and was hit In some way nnd thrown off from tho south end of the bridge. He fell a lls tanco of some 3o or 40 feet and struck a few feet from the water. The train was stopped and tho man was taken aboard the train. Thero IHng no doctor on tho train Dr. U. C. Xoblo of Mlddlebury was summoned, who met the train nt tho depot. Ho dressid the man's wounds and he was taken to Rutland to the city hospital on tho same train. Rutland advices state that one side ot Richard's head was badly crushed nnd his I left arm Injured and he was generaby bruised. Ho was placed In the baggage cur and brought to Rutland, where Dr. 'Thompson was waiting with S. S. Clif ford's ambulance. He was taken to tho 'Rutland hospital, whero Drs. Thomson nnd Townscnd attended to his Injuries, , On examination It was found that sev 'eral honts were broken and that therj i were a number of severe scalp wounds. but It Is not thought that the accident will prove fatal, I'lHN'T KNOW IT V, AS LOAnr.I). Plttsford, July 2S. Bdwnrd I'redette, 17 ears old, son of Henry e'redetto, a fiiar rman, living In this town n'nut a ni'lo rorth of Proctor, accidentally shot and killed himself last night. T'io accident oc cpiifd about S o'clock In the evening, dun ill ensuing nt 2 o'clock this morning. Noting Fredctto was liand.lng his shot gun In frosit of the house of Joseph Ono on the Plttsford rnad. The gun was rest ing against a box with the barr d ;n ram,;, with his face. It did not think It was loaded and pulled the trigger once, making a jeeose remark to the effect that "I gt e.-s I will shoot niv' lf " but the ro irerk was not taken serl.-m-dy. The g n did not discharge njid Hits mad" 1 m rath er more cureless. He pulled the trigger a second time and the d'sharg' i inie. the contents of the barrel st Iking him In the slue of his face, tearing away his Jaw bone and inflicting a vorv nly wound. Hrs. Avery of Proctor aivi n.ivlor of Pit ! ford wore hastily summoned b.it their s'rviros wptp tinn vnlllnp, '!'h'' youi r limn died of his l.ijurles at 2 o'eiodc this mom Ing. The deceased had been In his light in 'd, them was no motive lor silloldc, and It Is generally accepted as an accident. Ti e young man had heiri --.nployed In the quarries at I'roctor and :ns ni ivork as usual jesterday. WATKRIJlllY Wll.t. KHPAIR ITS WALKS. Waterbury, July 2 At .1 village nuet'eig ti-i:lght called to see what action the Vo ters would talm In regard to piyki.s; for ho now sidewalks already construi toil and repairs on old ones, it was voted without opposition to Instruct tho trustees to draw onbc-s on tho vllli.g, treasurer for pay ment of same and under another artiilc of the warning the trustees wrt, anthiu- zeil to continue tho repairs when; in their disctetlon such repairs weroii"o le 1 and to' put In such now walks as had already h n cortomplalod. fno of the by-laws of lie village restricts tho trustees from expend ing mrr tli.'.ri ,VW without tho vote of lln village and this amount navlng already bofri exceeded was the occasion of tailing the meeting, Thn action nf trustees was niFtalied without oppositlrn and Mr. Moore who had tlio contract will ecnllnuo tho work. TWO DRUNKS FROM PLATTSBURGH. ltrriisi-d to l'ny Thttlr Tore on the Chat-1-1111K113 nnil Wore I.miilint In .Yiill. The steamer Chateaugoy is run by the captain nnd crew, as two men, a soldier ami a pinin every-day citizen, discovered to their sorrow Monday night. They had boon in Pla'tshurgh to have a good tlmo and' they had had It If .ippen ranges were t-.-rrect. When they boarded the boat to 'come homo they were In nn advanced state of Intoxication and evidently thought , that they owned the boat. This thought was soon dispelled by tlio prompt action of tlio boat oftlclals. The men flatly refused to pay their fare and when the dock was I reached they were handed oer to tha charge of Officer Chrros Hettls, who brought them to Chief Smith and tiny I wore placid In Jail to recover their senses nt leisure. That they were amply nhl j to pay their fare on the boat was prnvvd ny a search at the Jail, when several dn; lars were discovered on each one of them. VIFE LOST HUSBAND. Both Are Deal mid Dumb but the Police fulled Tlli-lli. Anntl or case of a lost husband enmo to the netlco of the liollce department Sun day when Mrs. Sturdevaut of Pearl street eiilled on Chief Smith and infoitned him that there was a woman at htr house who was nearly wild witli grief because she was alcne In a strange city and could not find hct husband, who had agreed to meet her heir on Saturday. V. 11. Watts, a deaf nnd dumb man, came to this city Kvcral days ago from Schsncclady, N. Y., with the Intention nf loe.illnjr poimanent ,ly. Ilo secured a house- and wtnto lor hl wife to como and that he would meet her nt Port Kent. She Is also leal' and dumb and In seme way sho missil li-jr husband and airlMd in this olt on the HW train nkne. She was directed to Mrs. Sturde M'tit's licaidlnc house, whero idle remain 'nl over niglit, and Sunday tho aid of tho police was sought. Chlof Smith set two men at work cn the 1 im- and as a 10 , milt the pair were united before the day was over. Mrs. Watts wa a.-eomiianled by luv little 10 year old daughter. TIIK I.ATI-3 MRS. MARV AM1RICH. The funeral of .Mrs. Mary Kllzaboth Ald i Ich, who died ot consumption l-'rlday af ternoon nt tlio home of her father, Thomas Mann, on Maple street, was held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternogn fiom Si. Mary's cathedral, St. Anne's society of St. Joseph's church, of which the deceased was u member, attended tho funeral in a body, Mrs, Aldrieh's death had been momen tarily expected for some time nnd was not a surprise to her friends, Bho had been married but live months and leave a hus band, father, mother, one brother, John Mann and three sisters, Hlliabeth, Mar guerite and Nellie. All are residents of this city. Mrs. Aldrlch, previous to her marriage, had been for 15 years an em ploye of the Wells & Richardson comoany, She was 31 years of age. ' During the civil war, ns well as tn our latn war with Spain, diarrhoea was one of the mcst troubleume diseases tho nnny had to contend with, In many niftnnees It became chronic and tho old soldiers still suffer fiom it. Mr. David Taylor nf Wind Ridge, Gi-eino Co., Pa Is ono of these, He in os Chamberlain's Colic, Chole-a nnd Dial li'.ooa Remedy and say lie never fi und anything that would give him Mich quick icllcf. It iu lor sale by W. J. Hen dei ion A CI-KAN MAN. OutsMe cleanliness is less than half the battle A tnnn lnav scrub, himself a (nrcn times a nav. nnei kitill' hi hinclcnit. Good health means cleanliness not only outside, but in side. It means a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and new, clean, healthy tissues nnd fi bers iu every organ of the body. The man who is clean in this way will look it and net it. He will work with energy nnd think clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood disorders. Dys pepsia, and indigestion origiimte in unclean stomachs. Wood diseases nrc found where there is unclean blood. Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean and healthy. It cleans the digestive or gans, makes pure, clean M; blood, and clean, healthy ly flesh. It doesn't make the H WfJ flabby fat of corpulency, ' i... r.... !... e i. ui. Mill UlC 111 111 I1CSU UI UCtllll. It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. It contnins uo alcohol to inebriate or create craving for injuri ous stimulants. Mr. John I,. CoiiRhenour, of den Savage, Sonicrct Co., Pa. writes "My appetite win unusually poor, nnd I was as weak and nerv ous ns though I had been starved for months. My hesrt kept throliblug continually nnd I was short of breath. Finally I wrote to yon for ad vice and you informed me that I had indigestion and a torpid liver. I did not think your dlag. nol wan right, but I ordered ix bottle of ' (t olden Medical Discover-' from von and began It use. After using three bottles'I began to im. Crove slowly nnd soon went to work, and I have eeu working ever since." Constipation is the most unclean un clcanlincss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets cure it. They never gripe. HE HEINEBERG BRIDGE. Aldermen Want to Know .More About the Necessity for n New structure. A sreclal meeting of the Hoard of Al dermen was hold Monday evening. Alder man Adsit was tho only absentee. Alder man nrownell was plated onl nil com mittees on which tho late Alderman Hayes had a place. I Till-: HHINRHHRC UP.IDC.i:, ! The stre"t commissioners reported hav ing received 10 bids for a bridge to replace tho sn-t lilted llelneberg- bndg -, the bids or tho Pittsburg Hrldge company being tho lowest. Their bids were $sfl.V) Inr a P! foot Mnndnril bridge, JW) foe an IS foot stand ard btldgo, for a Pi foot 10 ton bridge and $10.!W for nn IS foot 20 ton b.-idge. Tho report was accepted. Alderman (lutchell submitted the follow ing list of quostlens which w.-rc ivlorn-d to the street oommlsslonors to report on ut tho next regular meeting: 1. When was th" bridge built'.' 2. At what cost? .1. What lepalrs since? j 4. Is It now safe for present tracl? .". If not. how long since? ,1. Kv.otly what topairs does Mr. Olrn stoad it commend In detail? 7. H w long has tho p,,.r been out of plumb, practically as now? s What would bo needed In detail to repair the bridge to stand the rtraln for which it was originally Intended to stand? !'. What are tin repairs proposed in winded to accommodate, the marble quar , ly or wl at? j Th- slreet commissioners teporte-1 fa vorably on a petition to concrete the north slt'cv oik on Colchester avenue to the cost ilne of tho Ira Allen school lot and on a petition for a sewer In North avenue l. twecn North and Spring stieets. r.esolu tlons wire ndepted order.ng the work dune in each case. An Invitation from the soeieiary of tho League or American Muni ip.i.'itlos to at tend the annual meeting at Svraeit--, N. Y Sept. 19-22, was read and ordeied on llle. The bill rot tho monthly pay roll of thn policemen, amounting to JVm.uS, v..is laid on thy table until the next meeting, be cause It loniained f 10.50 tor ex-Pollc-.-man Se.l-bi.iy' pay. I HILLS PAIH. ' An ((is the bills ordered paid were tlio following: Police dip't. Juno expenses 511.71 Klectlnn expenses in Ward lriu; 24 f0 L It. Ccon killing 37 dogs 37.01 do licensing dogs CS.'.O LICKNSHS OltANTKD The following licenses wore granted: T' Lrjioder P.arney, Jos-ph L.iuznn. Mi.i. t.. J. Malaney. nnd Mrs. D. M. Whitooin',', William Sucksstorff arid C. '. I.cid for additions and ripalrs to ho'i: to Mts. Mary M. Strong. Peter Trnuk, it L Kent and the Wells ,- lllcltard-on c inpany for new bulldii gs; to F. Collison or i.r of Mentoo street for building putpv.-er: to f!. lv. Clark for phonograph parlor; lo C I. Halo for se'ilng notions, to.To-eph Royca for peddling blueberries. Till-: NKW HIC.il SCHOOL. A statement of the school commission ers nsklrg for $2.l,nf0moio for the new high school building was toad and ordered on llio. Ccmml-sionor Mlllir adivs.-cd tho buird in tin- mailer and somo time was spent iu locking up previous approila tlons for the liullding. Tho board ad Jourrod without taking any action Iu tho matter. LEFT WIFE AND HOME. doieph llacou, an Intervalo Avenuo Car-pelllt-i, Golio to ll.irttnid. As the result ot a family quarrel, to gether with an untimely Jag, Joseph Ba con, earpcnier residing nt 32 Intennl ave nue, has left wife and home for a length of time ns el Indefinite, Tor some days past he has squandered his earnings for drink nnd a general good lime, l-'tidny afternoon ho ami his wife had a quarrel that resulted, as Mrs. Ba con thought, In no more than a temporal y disturbance. Saturday, having no work, Bacon went out and did not come near the house till uftcrnoon, when, after tak ing a nap and going out again, supposedly for moro booze, he returned tatly Iu the evening to toll Ills wife to pack Ills clothes and that of Iheir two children as he was going to leave for good and all. Mrs. Bacon, suffered severe Injuries to lilt arm on Foresters' day. Sho was still i-mllncd to the bed, but managed lo do as rrqiusled. After allowing the older of tlio i-hllilron to chooso between going with lllm or remaining at homo and receiving uu answl'i- favoring the former, Bacon proci edod to give his wife a final "settlmr lip," terminating hy saying lio was going lo Hartford, Conn., whero ills parents re side. He then loft. Mrs. Bacon rce-.-lved a letter dated at Rutland, from tlio older boy, saying they were all right nnd would proceed in' a day or two-to Hartford, where they would re side A request was also mado for Mrs. Bacon to send her husband's tool chest, he- had seemed some temporary emplcn nient In Rutland. She will send It. The above Is Mrs, Bacon's side of tho etory which nt present Is the only one ob tainable. She also adds to thlr that ho had never supported herself or children and that after n- few days, during which she hopes to recover sufficiently from ner Injuries, she will go to Hartford to re. claim her children and will get them, sho says, at any cost. 1 1 M I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I BEEGHANS PILLS Pnrlfv (tin RImA. Care Blotches, Im- X srove Complexion. T lo centi-35 cents. I iiiiiiitisiiimiiiiiiiiJt RAILROAD MATTERS- nnsolliiB Jtntnr Cars for thn Itntlund nnd Ogdnnsbnrg Itonds. Tho new railroad velocipede recently bought liy tlio Rutland ralltoad was giv en n "wiirmlng up" Tliutsdny, says the Herald, The velocipede, which is run by a gasoline motor, will carry three persons and Is for the use of the roadmnstcr nttd brldgemaste r in making Inspection trip". Thn machine was made by the Shetlleld 1 Car company of Three RnpIdM, Mich., and' weighs less than 300 pounds. It will run from !. to 20 miles per hour, nnd It Is claimed that two gallons of gasoline will! run the ear ISO miles. The gasoline motor car has three wheel, two of which run on tho right rail. The) rear wheel is tho driving wheel nnd Is run by a sltigln cylinder. The power is fur nished by explosions of gasoline mixed with air In tho cylinder. Tho electric spark for these explosions Is obtained from hermetically sealed chemical batter ies, 'llio car will be kept here for tho use ; of tho local olllcluls and unotliT one has been bought for use on the Ogdensburg and Lake Champlaln railroad, COK12 FOR RAILROADS. tt Is understood that thn llostcwi and Maine ralhoad company has contracted with the Now Hngland fins and Coke company for the supply of lW,m tons of coko por year. The lloston and Malno has been experimenting with this coke for some time, and It has given such sat isfaction that the enmuatty has ordered the Insinuation of coko grates. In 1W of lis passenger engines. Pres. Tunic says that It Is only a ques tion of time when the Hoston nnd Malno will bo burning coke Instead ot coal on all Its pass.-ngor engines, not only as a mat ter of economy, but tho public will de mand II. The I'itchbiirg rnllroad people hnvo been experimenting with coke, nnd Pres. Cod-' mnn says that as s-oon as the Hoston and Malno has determined tho most economi cal and best ndaplcd grato for the biiru-i lug nf coko, the Fltchhlirg railroad will start changing over Its passenger engines. I It Is understood that the New Hnvn railroad has also been experimenting with the New Knglnnd company's coke, and will contract with tho Now ICnginnd com pany as soon hp that company Is In posl tlrn to furnish It an adequate and steady sut uly. The Now Knglnnd (las nnd Coke com- panj is now pushing coko irom W) ovens, he won wh0 at , r,llV(,, ,.. nf Ver and a second hum red ovens are now be- ,onl ., Jo11 , xvMUnK lllm a SUcce3.ful ing heated, and wll bo ready to turn out pil.s,0rnto in liradford. rriKP Within n fnr li eh Thn nmrt.i. (a holding off the production of coke some what, by reason of the delay In complet ing Its gas connections. At the present 'time the gas Is allowed to go to waste. AHOtWD TIIK WORM). The Russian minister of railways has prepared a time-table showing that when tho trims-Siberian railway Is finished tho Journey around the world can bo made In J.T3 days, as follows: l-'rnm St. Petersburg to lauivostocK, in uays; irom tnero to unco suns, 0.1c against. 111,1 iiurunginu San I-'ianclsco. 10 dnvs; to New York, I'fe Traction Company, 0110 against O. S. days; to Hromen, 7 days, and to SL , Dodds anil ono against Sheriff Hooves, Petersburg l'j days. This cuts down the; each being for tho sum of $.'iiOo, Rockwood wonderful time made by Jules Verne's claims that on the 10th day of March, 1W, Phil, as I-'ogg 27 years ago by over one- ho hoarded one of the company's cars half. I-Tvo yours from now people will be at tho font of Church street, paying th making the Journey well within the time required rive-cent fare. When the cat-had mentioned. 'gone nearly to North street he reii.esto,l BANQUET AT QUEEN CITY PARK. l'.xt, lislon of tin. Trolley I.I1111 Celebrated liy Park mid tt 11 1 1 1 onl (HUrluM. The officials of the P.urllnglon Traction company and a few invlfd ,...,1i..,- oil at the ijneo.i City Park Hnt 'lThursday evening toeelcbtnte the opening ot the new trolley line to the park. Twelve covirs were laid and a line banquet of 15 courses was served in a very satisfactory man-v r. The menus were very tasteful afralrsand at .... the bottom were tho words "In .Memoi iam, Ml...... 1 l'v,i,.r.,.,,,.. - K....I.I,.,- . 1 ,n... lion doubtless to Mr. Whlttemore's recent tour of exploration In Lake Champlaln. I Tho postprrndlal exercises wcie short a.-ul wore devoted almost entirely to words 01 wen msniug lor uic iiiiuro 01 yueun City Park. W. I. llendec acted as toast- master and J r. 1-3. A. Smith was tlio lltst speaker. Dr. Smith thanked the directors In a few well ehevsen words for the coll- Istruetlon of the road and ptedlcted a pros- porous future for the park. Rev. J, J. I'iX roimb' 1 f trd'ond assurl ed the p.u-k authorities of the help of tho , Ti action company In I ulldlng i.i the park. 'Illas l.yman spoke I rlelly In the same strain. A. (!. VVhltteniore then told of what lie knew of the bottom of Lake Champlaln nnd R. 1-3. Brown f. llowed as 'the ladles' man. C W. Brow noil respond- ed as tho newly-elected alderman and I.. II. Turk also s ,oke for the ladles. A. 1-3. Richards,, answered for the patent medl- cine man and tho exorcises closed with remarks by .7. J. Flynn. Tho other olllclals of llio road presc.it were J. A. Powers, A. O. Humphrey and T. C. Kennedy. NEW YORK CENTRAL PETITION. Neeks uu Appi-al In tin- Mutter of Ihe Hale 1 f lln- font 1 ill V rtniiiit. The Ne-wYm k Central Railroad company has tiled a petition for an app -al in the matter of the sale of the Central Vermont railroad to the Grand Trunk Railroad com- panv. When the sale was made by Judge ' Waterman of Brattieboro at St. Albans a representative of the- New Vork Central I Railroad company entered a pi Most againsl the sale on the ground that the I lights of that company hail not been propirly considered, and ho asked that tho protest bo made 1 part of the top"it 01 'the special master. Judge Wntorman paid 11U .1 1 1 en l lull iu nil- iriuit-.-i, uu . i 1. 1 , mill , , , ..... .1.. inn. l.l U.hon the session of enillt w.-is held In A,ld ca("h (lav aml UlKh.t UUrlngtllls, week I when the session ot touit was nciu in t ,u nny iiruggijit's Kemp's iHrnttleboro for the purpose of anirming ijasam for tho Throat and I.ungs, nc the sale the company obju-tcd to the ac- 1 knowledgcd to be tho most successful eoptance of the report, but the objection was not sustained. SPIRITUALIST CAMP MEETING Large Attrndnuru nnd IiitereMIng Speak pi a Derennl il Annliersiirv lleetlnc. The Spiritualist camp meeting opened Sutidny at Queen City Park with a number of Int -restlng speakers and a largo i attendance, the tio;i-y cars alotio carrying about fifteen hundred vo,.ile. l;v- ' nn-, 1, In tr ni-ilnlriS tn n most sue. w,,,,,,,n , -- ....v ... nr.Btl enlr.,. 'I'll,. ali..LTa Son ' ilriv u ore Dr. 1-3. A. SmfTb of Brandon. Mrs. I.. F, Prior of Hartford, Ccfin., John I M. Palmer and Oscar A. Kdgcrly of Lynn, Mass. The addresses were devoted al most entirely to the prospects of the park ' and expressing the thought that It would develop from year lo year and In time ti 1 come ran of the features of the city of Burlington, on Monday next tho decen nial anniversary meetings will b, com menced and an especially attractive list of speakers has been engaged. I CAMP MEETING AT SHELDON. ! MUilkqiml Vail,)' Association Mrala A nr. I a:i.','ii. I The meeting for 1SWI of the Mlsslsquoi 'Valley Camp .Meeting association will be held on the ground of the association, In Sheldon, one-half mile west ot the SjiiUi Franklin station, commencing on Wednes day evening, August ;3r,l, and closing on the following Tuesday evening, Tho meeting will be under tho direct suprvlslon ot Rev. C. 8. Nutter, D. D., presiding elder, and a general attendanco of ministers Is expected. I The annual business meeting will ho held Ion tho grounds Saturday, August 2Cth, at 1 o'clork p, m. REV, H, J. KII.BOI'RN CALLI3D TO BRADFORD. Rev. H. J. Kilhourn of Alburgh Springs has received Btul accepted a call lo tho Congregntlonul chinch in Bin-lford. Tho Bradfotd Opinion of July SS says; "At the Congregational cnurch nnd so ciety meeting Saturday evening It was voted to extend a call to Rev. Henry J. Kilhourn, Mr Kilhourn occupied the pulpit In tho Consiegiitlnnal ohuieli two Sundays recently and gave excellent sntls actlon, delivering good sermons and con vincing all that he Is an xatnest nnd Mn cere wadset In his profession Ho I well reconimnd-l as a pastor and a citizen. ' Mr. Kilhourn Is a young man of ability who has won grinding success in his piesunt Held of labor and the many friends When Pain Racks the Body ctnts CALEB ROCKWOOD HEARD FROM. This Tims He Han sued Traction Com pniiy, sberllT Itrev, nnd (I. S llndilK. Caleb Rockwood, once of Burlington, now or .Monkton, Is peculiar and his peon liaritles bid fair to bring him once moto into prominence with the lcgnl ftatornlty of the State. Tills time with visions ot t wealth lloatlng before lllm lln has brought to get 611". The car slowed up but tho writ claims that tho mntorman nnd con ductor started up the car with such sud denness that Rockwood was thrown for cibly to tho ground and sustained s-tIoiis """. " ' " "-' "';"'"" liuiu "I'liwiif- iii.viiiui iiij 111 li;-, iiuiii niMi.11 he still suffers. The second and third suits are for false lm',rls"n,nlr"t-, "'J10'1, resulted from a rent l,mra '.,,r 1 . , , V i, 1 """ " r """V V . nil fen ni-s Thn suits n ro lir.m irh t Ihrnlloh -Aliormy . 11. ouisun ,1101 i ru return- 1,lc al ,'" "member term of the Addlton County Court. I PERSONAL AND GENERAL. ....... r...,Plor nnrrisnn r,r Phlo.i h.,s 1 never worn a silk hat In his life. Alfred llarmsworth, of the Ixsntlon Mail, Is as gteat a devotee of the automo- bile as Is James Gordon Bennett, ' ,-.... ,, t rnvn. 1 -., n I?""- " lror'u o0"' Sir Blndon Blod, the now British general, like so many other well-known soldiers, is an Irishman, having been born 111 County date. , ,. , . ,, .p"?1''? """""r"?1" " 7vmJ n . Ilfo-lod .ortra f C.cncral M . h,,'nK, 1,1 f lvorslty Hall at Harvard, fro n which college Cener.il .Miles recched his. ' llpwree. Belgium exports LSnVfl dresed rabl Us yearly to England. They welch from six to eight pounds apiece, and the rabbit crop sells for l,170,iX) on tho average. For the past few days Denver and, in fact, the entire west, has been sulferlng from a potato famine. As high as two cents pet- pound has been paid on the raar- fcpt for new notatoes, I-'rd Robert Cecil, third son of Lord Sallsbur. is a practicing lawjer. and h.i.-. bu n made a Queen's counsel at an imusi.- ally curly ago. He devotes himself 10 the 'parliamentary bar," whleh Is the British equivalent for the work done In this coun- tty liy the lobby. The practice is describ- ed u dull, but lucrative. Might and Morrow Night remeeiy ever soui tor i.ougns, eroup, urn- ICnillS, .rtSlllIHU Ullll .UI1SUII1J1IUI1, UKl 4 bottle TO-DAY and Keep it aiwayn in tn house, so you can check your cold at once. Price :5c and 50c. Sample bottW free. You May Need "Pain-KiUev For ACCIDENTS Cuts Burns Bruloos Wounds, ttc, ti.n. It i-ivca instant relief nud cures quickly. J.U case of sudden illncM Cramps Diarrhoea Dysentery suit All Bowol Complaints it is n sure, safe nnd quick remedy. There's ONLY ONE Porry Davis. Tw o !, ?5c. and BOc. Sample bottle mailed (Mention tills pspf r.) LATEST IMPROVED HORSE POWER Machines for Threshing and Gleaning Grain, . Also machines for BAWIXO WOOD, , WHIi circular jtm crukfcuf Acknowledyt iby all lo bj The Best rrcnnllnr? ( A. W. CRAY'S sofisr;? P.O.Box 3, Mlddlotown Sprlniis, Vt. TP Frank Lonp;, who lives near Lcnnon, Mich., says: " I was taken with a pain in my back, and I waa obliged to take to my bed. The physician pro nounced my case muscular rheu matism accompanied by lumbago. " I gradually became worse, until I thought death would be welcome release. I was finally induced to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, nnd after using five boxes, was entirely cured. " I am confident that Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills saved ny life. I will gladly answer inquiries con cerning my sickness and wonder ful cure, provided stamp be en closed for reply. Frank Long." Sworn to before me at Venice, Mich., this 15th day of April, 1898. G. B. Goldsmith, Justice of the Peace. From the Observer Flushing, Mich. N Dr. Wniliimii' Tink Pills for Pal People contain, in a condemu-d form, all the ele ments neeerT to give new life and rich ness lo the blood and restore shattered nerres. They are nn unfailing npeeific for gur-h dlneaseii an locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus' donee, sciatica, neural gia, rheumatism, nervous hendache, the after-effects of the grip, palpitation of the heart, pale and fallow complexions, and all forms of weakness either in male or female. Dr Williams' Pink Pills lor Pale People ire nevir sold by the doien or hundred, but alwajt In pack ages. At all druggists, or direct Irom the Or. Wil liams Medicine Company, Schonectady, N, Y SO per box, 6 boxes tz.so. KSTATK OP N'Kl.SON OArCiM. V"e, tlio subscrlliors, having hi en ap pointed by the Honorable the I'robuto Court for tho District of Chittenden, com mlssloners to receive, examine and adjust tho clalmr, nnd demands of a 1 persons against thn estate of N, ls-on Ha'-on, late of Hurlington in said distric ie as e,i, and alro all claims and demands ex hibited In offset thereto; and six months from the day of tho dato hereof .being al lowed by said court for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby give notice that wo will attend to the business of our appoint ment at tho orrtoo of T. K. Who s In Bur lington in said district on the - ind Miu dnyci of Soptomb, r and January next, at 10 o'clock n. tn.. on onoli of s-ml days. Dated this 2Sth day of .July 1vm. T. K. AJA-.fi, J. K. I.AN'ni iiw,3t Commlf-sloncrat PROFESSIONAL MAN knows that a powder maker or freight brnkemaci or minor ought to iii n i cldent olloy they aio In a uangeru bus-In, ss, ho thlnki It probable th , a conductor or stableman should 1 ie ono, ns trains will got wrecked and nnr c w li kick, tint he-pshaw-: What rbk d-u ' o ru.i? None, of cour.-o oxept from I g thrown from his carriage, or falling d wn stair or down a stri ct trap, ,r slippu off steps or walks, or g ttlt.g drowii I while boating or bathing, or having h s city building collapse or burn .in. or ru ing roasted or trampled to 1, .th in t theater lire, or paplc, or happening t J ba in a train wreck or steamer ovIompi or on a liorse or cable car smashed I y i train or by getting unbraked ai d nu in' J away, or a. "grand stand ' ea"lng in r killing him, or being bitten or gnr, r i stray dogs or cattle, or blown o pi -c 1 a holler ho happo.is to lie near. ,r a bui . Ing election cannon, or from an eleat giving way. or a few hundred o'i,Jr th" t we have not space to recount 'rim :j . Is, the special dangers of oce-upitien n Mipplementni y to a vast roll r- mnio'.i '3 all humanity, and to which In s-'-m.t r gnnis the professional classes are tio most expo.-cd. Moral Insure in the "Travellers" with T. S. PECK, Agent BURLINGTON. VT. The Busiest Man in Town always uses the Free Press want column when he wants anything in a hurry. And his wants aro promptly tilled. That's the thing for you to do wh- n you have a want. It's the only way o speak to thousands of peop.e quickly at a, trilling cost. Ymi can't afford a slow way In this huf tllng age. H. W. Allen & Co. LINENS. To-day we direct attention to pome very spc, lal values in TOWKl-S and N.U -K 1 NS. A shipment arriving to-day direct from manufacturers eniildes us to oft, r the ftN lowing numbers nt very attraetiv, prb : .'0 dozens puio I.lniMi (lernian Napkins, full size nt $1.19 per dozen. 15 dozen extra heavy quality Irish I .Inert Napkins, BR i-lze at $1.29; sanio quality t Eizc at $l.S5 per dozen. 25 dozen pure white hemstitched Huck towels at U cents on eh or $:i.oa per dozen Hotel proprietors and boarding houfo keepers should see these. IS dozen pure I.lnen Huck Towels, extra large sire, fLMVi per dozen. !"c each. 15 dozen extra flue- pure linen famy Huck Towels; now Damask patterns, larg f-lze, 30 cents each, $-1.31 per dozen. A Ilttlo time devoted to nnl Inspection of these, ip.vlnl offerings will be profitable to any and every housekeeper. H. W. Allen & Co. W E DO JOB PRINTING. fMUillt AttUOCIATlON.