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J, H. W. Allen & Co. Quick Returns. In connection with our lively holi day sale we recently sent out a few cuttings showing qualities of three numbers of our famous all linen hem stitched Handkerchiefs at 12 ic each, 1.50 per dozen, two qualities in la dies' and one in gentlemen's sizes. The mail orders are coming in re sponsive in surprising numbers from far and near. One older received Saturday calls for eight and one-half dozens,' and comes' from Roxbury, Mass. The lady says: "1 showed the samples to one lady in the house where lam. She was much pleased with them, and ordered two dozens. She spoke to others and the whole story, I send you an order for eight and one-half dozens." -These are on ly three of the many specials In this department. Small Furs. Brown Martin Scarf, two heads and cluster of eight tails, worn flat or lolling, $6.75. Brown Martin Scarf, two heads, cluster of eight tails, S5.00. Electric Seal Scarf, with cluster of eight extra long tails, $5.75. Electric Seal Scarf, eight tails, $3.50 Imitation Stone Martin Scarf, extra long, with eight tails, 4.75. Muffs, Boas, Collarettes, etc., hun dreds of them to choose from. H. W. Allen & Co. 44 e i It is not too early for all who intend to t 't ! "S r n ,f i t Ifr 4 11 4' "!' !' 4 4' 4: ! 4' ; ' 4 4i 4 4' 1: if " " O ( 4 Make Others Happy 4 4 4 4, 4' 4 4: 4' 4i 4'. 4' 4 4 4' 41 t1 h h 1 I) C ; t t' v to look up Christmas pres ents. We have made great er preparations than ever before to meet the constant ly increased demand for Christmas Our line of Bath Robes. I louse Coats, Smoking Jack ets, Elegant Neckwear, Gloves, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Alufliers and M unlets, is the largest ever shown by lis. Come look at the goods, you may want to make your selection now, and not wait until the stock is broken a wise conclusion, if you decide to do so. Money re funded if goods arc not sat isfactory. Everything m Men's and Boys' Clothing and Underwear - AT I The Leading Clothiers wooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooocx oooo ooooo o oooo As the days begin to short en you are reminded that you need MORE LIGHT oooooo oo-o ooooo ooooooo oooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl oooooooooc oooo you can get it by purchasing one of those new lamps at o-ooo ooooo oooo oooo oooo oooo oooo ooooo o oooo Wc can show you the best assortment in the city and at prices that, will suit all pockets. 69 Church St. When You Marry It will be money in your pocket and you are sure to be satisfied, if you got the we'dding cards of tho FunE Prkss Association, 4 4 Not Too Early RTIIEMK CHINA HALL MCTMEHTS. Addison County Grand Jury Find Four Against F. Eastwood, ONE FOR SHOOTING FENN. The Oilier Three Arc Tor Atti'inptctl .MiiidiT-lloiibllnl ir tint Cntn Will bo Tried ut 'I hl 'lnrm Htn A Urn II II It t I II i-lil L'lian-Di'cldi'd 111 l'lit'itr of tliu ItonpiMidcnl. Mleldlobury, 't Dec, s. The lirnml jury in AiIoImmi I'liiinty repm'teil m-il.iy for 11. c I loccnilcr term. I''uiir liulielnieiita t'io fomnl MKiiln.it Kicdotlclc. Kustwooel, who is In jail nl present, chinned with the in 1 1 1 lir of Kn.riklln 1'ctin nt Middle-bury lust Aumist. The III Bt indlclmciil li.ti.rf blast wood wllh Killing Keen. The oilier throe .illiBo Hie ill t i-inptt d liiiudir of Ida Knslwond, wile nl' I h' pilsomr, .Mnrletla llrown. Mis. Kustwnod'a niii'ler, Mm. Inez Kenn, wil'e of Ki.ink.lii JVr.ri. mid u )It.er of Mr.. Kustwouel, bonis: named iih the vielmiH. It is eohsldi'ie d iloulilful If the Knstwooei eiisy will ho r.aelnd nt till tetm of eouil. hm court eiinie in this morn ik .1 mill tt r left open yi nli rdiiy wan rtiypn-.'d ol. Whin on the Xl.ind Hull'ilield win nuked, upon eros e.,i mininilnii, nhout .111 nllldiivlt he once, In lSim, kIkiipiI uml .swoiv to. Tho court disicrlinin.itliif? helweeii whut niisht hi viovid by independent ii ileliee .Hid whnt tniKl'l properly he uilime. id upon ero.in-eMiniln.illoi, lOwcltided tlie ipii"-tlon, Tin Inst inomin wltiieiw wub John 1 hojnpi-oii, Vj yea 1 m of use, of Houne I'olm, X. V., 11 member of the sop'iioioiv elnsM in college, who was ut the e.mi iiii'iucmi'iu lull mid knew Alinn by sight, lie ,nw the Uittcr nllir he i.eurd of ill 1 jriie.iK, coiiiU.K Horn the Boiith, lieiir tho town hull mid hetild Allen exclitliu: "nKr tiod'n miUe. v.l.iit'H hiippeni.l?" Thein hud pre lously be. n ixclument In the li ill wle n hr. Nnble ni.shed 0111 ..(id too duiK--lim .-tupp. d. The tumor h.im ut Hist Uint Hutl.'i held'u lmisofi lind run uwny. On WU conili mil of 1 lie bull, All' n wus the rlrat mini lie xii w, uwiim north, und on nc.iiint? e;u li ollur, Aden lvm.ukeil ns uliiled. i'Jiwin I ip. Mccnn d to l.muw but llulo peionully ubout the hcrupc or niiylhl.ij; tll.lt pieced. .1 11, '.Hit ttlUH llHlllllell ol" UK to llutterbeld's temp, r und lifihtlnK dl-po-sltion, he did not know that llutterli.'ld hud i-Ver llckid miuiy piodo, but was ,.pt to et Into i11iUIik in id ijuurrcdri; that l.o and Hutu rli.-i I li.it I had a war of words with an otter to Unlit by the Intt, r .ibiut a je.ir mo, bin .ill ended In wolds. Wi en asked about lliillerlli 1.1'h IIkIUs, ho f-i.iI he knew m 11. m.. Horn lb.- Jondro alf.itr in lVn to the priMtil eai-e, but that ho w.K ipil. k l.-mpeied. The u.inilirltiK willies, Wilson, not. be liiH l'i -.nt Hhen iimiln eallul, the Htale's ease 1 lo-i d and the dofin.se was boyuu, 1 bi man Hour, the driver of the Cornwall stat.-i. took the stand and leeounted tho particulars or .-r.ir.e ililfel ences bet we. 11 Allen and Paitterluld at the depot befoio the in a In of the liKht. He .miiw Allen end liuitei-iield oiu. day at the beRinulntf of the .lune term of County Court, when Al len ha.; Koi some Jmors into hk carrliiBo and Uutlerllelil stej n-d up nud said to Mum: "Nobody ridet) with thl.s mini: ho only nuix a half-way house. I'll talto you the l.onan. when, iheie l.s a man und hi.s wife to run it." Some dnys later a lady not of the train and was talking to Allen, when llutti 1 field remarked lo her: "No ladies ride with that man." Allen re marked "You re a i;eiitloman," but Urn lady said "No, he Is not a iimtleman." The lady went away with some friends anil Alkn rtmnikod to Uutlerllelil tli.it tin- n-xt time he .stuck hl.s nose into his business he'll poke llilll. Charli s Ilain, wl.o has a. public cariiai'o and is oi'ie'i at tho depot and had si.'n both parlies then-. A month before the fiL-lit iiieii had tried to get a pas'seneor. Allen seem-ed him and Huttcriield said 10 the man not to lie blulfid by Allen. This ocelli red .1 day 01 two before the troll, do of June 21). Had I10.111I llutterlleld called ipiai relsomo and kruw ho ttas verv uS. KTi ssive. ' 1 A. J. Marshall has a coal ollice In the fr i',rht house mar the passenger depot and km w bolh partb s well. Was pr -S' nt at the dejiot when a lady pass.-i-Ker Kul olf the unit) and wished to be tak en away somowheie. While talking: with Allen, llutterlleld spoke out and said: "No lady will ride with this u. in." "You're a. Konileir. 111, said Allen." lie thoumlit the -peeeh of people made llutterlleld a llnl.t Im; man, but did not know pirsonally, allhoiiKli he had heiud of more than cne imht la- had lad, particularly 0110 li; years auo. This looked as if It was aCaso wheie ho was justllied In Ilnhtlne; and wheie he cleaned out a bad crowd in self iliiciice, but It fcavo him a reputation of beitm a. hard man to trickle. la site i'lilii'im worked for Allen on tho 20th of June when the all' ray orcuired and drove on. 1 of Ids teams that nlKht. Saw Allen and Huttcriield tnlkinn together the. l.ittir saylUKT to tho other that lie could lick him in a minute. Allen said he li nl better put It off. After that they wore out of his slight, but Allin came up to his car riage inter with a damaged hand and wlpid off a llttio blood Ironi it. lioaid llcn tell Sheriff Chapir. in that he hail done it. Their conveisullon beuan on tho Mops- belli"; near loneiher one LToinn in and the other minim mil of the hall. W'h'ii Ihoy went down the walk lluv walkid side by side until out of slnlil; .HIil' half a ml 11 ut i' I hoaid Hacks (sliik 1111; ids lists lot;etlier). Uutlerllelil was now recalled for further cross-examination. Ho was asked If I111 had in neccmbi r, IW-ln Iho .l.aidro rnn Hint an allldavil. lor continuance ;n will h he had knowingly made si Urmenui sshieli were false, lie did not rememln r what was in the alliila vil. A paper wan shown witness, who said (he sisiu.itwo looked like ids, bin lie lememhirei' nolli inv of Its contents that it was prepared by his counsel at thai linn and used tin der their advice, it was olfcred to show by the cleik that this allldavil t:ad been on I1I1 slnoo J&M ami Hum lo rend the lirst pari and ask witness if what was Ihero Mated was true. The offer was excluded. Jle was then inten-oated a.s to his havim? l ilhfd with meii.ber'i of tho Jury since tho adjournment Inst night conecininsi tho 1 ise, but nothlntr enmo of It, as II appcar (d that Huttcriield enly acclilcntally met one of tho Jurymen whom ho did not ie comnli'e, but left as soon as ho learned tho I. let. Miles Thomas, who now works for Alkn and did at the lime of the assault and who drivlmj one of Allen's leiims on tho nmlit of the affray ho saw tho two men ' xperlence is Iho Mest 'I .lieliiM.' Wc must 1)0 willuiK lo learn fiom tho experlLiicc of other pi ople. lCvery testi monial 111 favor of Hood's Sairiainirllla Is the voice or experience to you, and It is your duly, if your blond Is impuie uid our health fallliiK. to take this medicine. You have every icason to expect that it will do for you what it lias done for oth ers. U Is the best mcdlolnu money can buy. IIOOH'S I'lLl.S 1110 non-lrrltatlnf,', mild, ol'tectlve, "Cue Mlutilo CniiKh Cure la tho best remedy I ever used lor roughs and colds. It l.s miPfiu.illed lor wliooplng cough, Chil dim nil like It," writes II. N. Williams, (Jcntryvllle, I ml. Never falls, It Is tho only iiiirnles.s remedy that glvos Imme diate rcsu.ts. Clues couglK, colds, hoarse. Iiess. croup, pneumonia, bror. hills and all throat and lung troubles. Its early uso pievmts lonsumptlon J. W. O Sullivali. Medical Hall; W. P. Hull, Crystal '! urinary, 1'' II. 1'aikor, City I'riir. Store; K, lie . III., Ilellroso ri.ru ,i' y, J.: P. Qrand il . N ui ioskl. children How sad it is to sec weak chiidrcn-boys and girls who arc pale and thin. They can not enjoy the sports of child hood, neither are they able to profit by school life. They arc indeed to be pitied. But there is hope for them. has helped such children for over a quarter or a century. Ynur doctor will tell VOU it is both food and medicine to them. They begin to pic, up at once unaer us nte. Their rnlnr imnroves. the flesh becomes more firm, the weight increases and all the full life and vigor of childhood returns again. At all ilrtiiTirili ! 50c ami Si 00, SCOTT & 1I0WN I., I hcinists, Hew York. lalkliic and wa klnu- torn Hi r low...'d th lias 1111 111 door. linos wu- iiMiing fiom. all opposite d leeii 11, a lillb disian.e In ward i1, Hapil t eh m, h. He was some IT, icet off and henid liutterlielil say, "1 II lick you In about oni mlnuti and Blattul io t.iko off Ills cunt, men addlim, I enn do it with my co.it on ami Hint ho thi nsiruik al Alim, who pot out of fin way and -truck back at I lultei Held ai.d tin u l it aim as il'i and knocked lilm down .. .ec ond time and then took him by (he thivnit and sir lek him more while down. He al o swore thai he did not s-irlke IMlterlb Id himsilf or throw anythlnij nt Hutietlielil. In the afternoon I.. O. Allen, ri.ipor.dent took llie wllliess stall! He Uld of huwmr, starteil to run a tiam to the depot f,n pas- ing. rs fi t Ids new hoiel on Hie Inst day of tin June lerm of irt, )!!', whbh1 later was changed to 11 hack. That h re ceived ill treatmciit from Huttutlell Ih.i first day lie went to the station. Tli.tt Uniterm Id interfircd witli some court Jur.Miien and wanted lo 11 n them to tho l.oyan 11s being' first eln and JuM as cheap ns Allen's hotel, only n half way horse and no tleci nt place. Tluy ran en in this vay during tho month of Jin; . One day n lady lift ihu tliiln and lal'.'d with Allen alniit going up town when Hulterlleal lemarlied to her Hint "no ladb.- would ri ! with that man." Allen retortid "ou're a cjn. Io nian" wle 11 the !a 'y remar'.;od: "No lie M no Kcnib man." Ki lends iiime for her . nd she ent off with tliem. Al'rn 111 n to'd Huttorbelii thai if lie . v r siiu-k Ids nrse lto Ills iiU'-lne. " aijaln be would p A r him. I'.nttoi i. Id start. -d to pull off liU eoat and said: "Come on and lrive it now." Hut Allen -jot out of the way. Th s was the ut'tirnoon before the night of Iho llL-ht. The am day a Mr. 'Williams started to g't into Allm 'bin when Hutrrlleld ha -lug f. llcd to secure Mm as n passing, r called .jut. "Don't let him blulf you." The witness wait on to d tall how Uut lerllelil hid told him of his expeileivT "out Wept" how ho had cleaned out bar rooms and made himself a "bad man" and so thought he wr uld look out lor him. lie bad h -ird of his hevlng half a ibu. n lights. On His ovenlng of the trouble ho had seen him running his l.aek. He lum f If had four there and drove a part of tho time. Iln was onlled upoi by Tiny Ilowurd to semi his mother and some pip er ladles home and did so In cue of Ids harks. After s-endirg them off he wis spoken to by Hulterl'.eld at the front sti-i s of Iln hall who said "1 want to have a talk with you.'1 li. fen nee was m.nle to what was said at the depot In Iho afn-: no, u. 1 iutlei lU'ld slat !id lo pull oil' his coat but nut li bade on. lie thin .-.truck al Allen mid bit him on tin side of the 111 e. Tin li Alb 11 strui '5 Allen Hire" inoiellni. s. Wln'o he wesklel -be was kno.ki d down .1 see nil llm whin Allm gra'i'."il hiir. by the tluoat and hit lilm Hire hoik times. Wl'.lle he was klil. mg and stiusrgling and trying to g. t up ho struck him till h.- could noi g I up. "I licked lilm till he .stopped tlgh ing." said Allen. Allen said he was afiaol en aciount of what he bell. v. .1 was ilut terlleld's treaehiious dlsposlllon that If he couid g. t up he might knife lilm af terwards. Allen disclalmid using any weapon or s 1 lug young Taoimus a'lout. He adniltt'd he was not hurl, exeep t e swollen band end the slight abiaslon of the skin on the uo.se. Hdwaid C. Uogers and Lawyer Ullm tes tified 10 seei.ig the slight wound on Al len's nose, inudo by llutterlleld's flisL blow. Attorney I.afcleiir usslsled Stale's Attor ney b'lsh ie making some measurer.ien'.s during the .0011 iccess and verlllwl th-m upon the stand, lie Is Iho altonvy nf lecord for Mr. liutleilleld In the ..W damage suit brought against Mr. Allen, growing out of the same facts idled upon to sustain this prosccml.n. The evidence being completed, the argu ments were made by Mr. Fish, both irn kig and cloning for the pioseoullon and (iy Mr. Hllss for the defenci-. Judge Howell's charge was clear, clean cut. and to the point. 'Pile jury went out at about r. o'clock and reiurncd Us vei dlcl. of not guilty Just before li o'clock. Mlddlebury, Doe. la. - Addlron Counly Coin" held a sic rt session Saturday morn ing and al 1 1 ) : 1 ."1 a mess wan taken until I o'eloi i, Mi ndaj afli 1 noon, December 11. I Mrs M irv N'eiz of I'eri isburgh. was ar raigned on a ciiiige of grand lanen.v lor the taking of two pieces of ill ess goods valued at Jl.t ft .m the store coniluclid by Wallace C, biolo in N'eivi lilies some two years ago. The woman pleaded guilty and was snut.ncid by Judge Howell to leu months al h nil labor In Hie House of Cor 1 not li c in tile clly of Il11llat.1l. ("Juries Se ns, a J.li. colli young man, en lerrd u ple.i of gullly lo a charge id as sault and breach nf the peace and was mulcted In a line of flfn and the costs of prose.Mitlou with the alternallve senlcnie. One Fred Perkins, nlleged to bo of Mid. dlehury wus nrralkiieil for stealing a lio,-uo and wagon froin 1.. O. Allen Inst siimmei. His plea '.vii h not guilty and Ills case Is set for trial Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock J. H, Donaway. esip, Is assigned by tho court as counsel. Fi-ri and Alix Ouller of Addison were lil'l'rrd by the grand Jury for the burg il.iry of the Hoof llrkluo creamery mado Hi p'.ca of not guilty and Ira II. l.aFleur was airalgued as counsel, Tho caso Is set for Monday afternoon. Harriet llepman of Lincoln was a Foiry looking creature when puf In the dock hut she resolutely said "not gull.y" when rno was eli irged with stealing a one dollar poikithuok mid J.'O In money fiom Mr. James i.atluop. W. W. Itldi r of llrlslol is aslgni'd by consideration of the court In this woman's defence. I,. O. Allen fitrnlshi il bail In SHO for trial on an 1 111 1 i 'iincnt charging Illegal sale of IniOMcailiig llipior Since the beginning of the year HO te.sts have bom made of gas supplied to Lon don. The lesult Khow that WV3 per cent, were below sixteen candles. Imparts Energy Korsford's Acid Phosphate When vitality nnd nerve force have become Impaired by illness its value is wonderful. Induces refreshing Bleep. Genuine bears name UoRSrotm'son wrapr.tr. MAN KILLED Struck by a Hoisting Carriage In a Fair Haven Slate Quarry. TWO OTHER MEN INJURED. llnrh Hail 111" Left Arm ltroken-TIm Onrrlngo I'ell Without Warning, Cni.hliig tho 1 1. 'Mil uf Wtllli'iin 1)11 lon Driitll Win lliitnntiinimiit A Di iiwiilng at 1'ow iisl. Fair Haven, VI.. D"o. 7. William Dillon was Instantly klllul und Hubert J. Wil liams and David Hughes had their aims broken by being struck by 11 falling hoist ing carriage in the l.loyd &. Jones slain ipinrry, two mllcis south of this nluco this murniug. The men, with others, weie at work hi Iln pit . when the calrlagc fell wllnout warning. It stlllck Dillon mid crushed In his liead, causing instant death. Williams had his loll arm broken and wits hurt about the back. Hughes iilnu lmd his le.lt arm broken, Dl.llon was about Vi years of age and leaves a wife and four children. This It the lir-t filil incident In Hie ipiarry sl"i o it Was opened SO yeaM ago. I.ODY FOI'N'i) IX A Mil. I. PON P. Ueniilngi. n, Dee. 7. Tin body ol Morris Hi nicy was f und in tin mill pond ui Wright's I'nd. ar coiui ..n In Pown-.l this tnortii"!.'. A in, in iianud '.Vi utworili coming lion,', smv the toil silotung out ol the wat rand the .iiith ji'it! it soon had the man out. ! had npparenily walk'd inlo Iho pond, lie had be, 11 .Irink.ng for se.'i'al days and In id-i 1 o. ki t wa.i found a b"tilo par", full of llipior. Ho Kavcs a lamily. SERIOUS ASsAULT CASE Now on Trial llrfoi Adillou rminly Cipiiit Ueitill f 1 II K nock On t of 11 Cllllljlf I lllg I.lTftlW lllilll. Mldillebuiy, Dee. 7 County Court found nothing to 'lo on coming in Thursday morning auo ti.uk a km- until - o'eloi It In the alb moon nl wldili h.mr was begun Die null H t ilkid of eusi 01 State s. I.. CI. Allen of -Mlddlebury. giow'ng out of an atii.-.y letw.cn lilm und .i. 'I", liutterilild also of Midlcbuiy Julie. IMh lust. 'J'ho two weie irlvul hein. 11 and .liai'k il.u'irs, at the lime meiitiom d. They arc both pushing aggu-siv" n en nrd b.'d lor s.mio lime bo 11 jn torn hy terms in their sbaip buslm.s eompi tui ai ami irid lieeonie 1 1 si 1 inlly j-.il is nnd pugni'-lTis. 1111 the night In ip.mt 011 bolh were driving their own baits dili eiing pi ople lo the college cuiiHiienei mi lit ball and waiting to lake them, home al ter midnight. They Weie se. 11 walkli'ir and talking together along the walk In side the town hull wheie the ball was i'l liroaros s;une time shoitly nflcr 1 o'e.uek a. m. A little later Unit rlleld was found on the. walk between tho Own hall and the driveway passing the Haptlst church nearly Insensible with a Kadly bittisid face about 'he eyes which were op .,ed, and a wound In tho back of the lwi.d be hind the li ft ear. Tlie theory of tho prosecution, ae out lined In Mr. Fi"h;s evening statement lo tlie court nnd Jury is that owing lo Iho previous ill leellng between the pailbs and Allen's alleged ileclaratlon that night tint t he was riponsible for Hutterlleld's condllbii when found. Allen or Some 0110 In his behalf laid talan liulti-i Held 1111 awaie.s and adn.lnlstcred the sever pun ishment he had received. The idea of a eonredeiate l silggiwted by the wound in the back of the Iliad, Allen's blows being supposi diy from the frent. The defence, conducted by Mr. ISlls, r. -lie's upon the cor.tllet of teslimo'iy anti. i pated as lo Hie imini dlate eummencenn nt of tile affair and expect to convilu e too .fury that Butteitleld was the iiggi-s-or, striking lhJ (lift blow, and that All 11 a ". eil ill .-lelf-di'fepce and was Justili-d Im whipping Ills adversary into in"i ns.Miiry. Tho theoiy of a confedeiale Is scouted by the defence und tho wound In the ha k 1 f the beau Is attempted to be accounted for by tile man's falling backward and strik ing ids head upon some 'projecting -noro al the nls ff the walk whe.i lie received one of tlie knock-doiMi blows. Tlie llrst witness called as M. T. llut terlleld who testilied In sulistance that on Hie night of the affray ho encountered I,. O. Allen at the outside of the town hull. That they begin 11 conversation concern ing their business, and walked along to gether towards the stage i ntrance of thi hall. That lluv wet" not on friendly terms but so far this was 11 friendly con vocation. When u.vny from the others and In tho dark he was stiuck In tho uaek of the 1111 It from behind a blow which AI.en could not have struck. Ho was then stiuck in Hie fi ce by Allen and fell 11.1 conseious. Ho detniled some oth ( word eiiiouuters with Allen and when usked if lie had threatened to danco on Allen's big paunch or settle his hash that night ho. chilled. He descilbed his feo lug towaids Allen before this as middling friendly. As a result of the encounter he was con lined to bis bo. for some four or live days, to his hnn.se seven or eight, and kept from ac'lve business six or sevi 11 weeks and thai he could nol sen out of his e.M's for some days and ha.s not fully rec o ei'i d yet. He positively declared that he did not assault .Allen. He did nol 1 corner con- svlniisneSs until after being taken in a ' h.uk lo Dr. I). C. Nolile's ollice and then but partially alter which he was lakm home in a hack. Sherl'f Tu.id M. Chapman testified that he was in aUend.inee al Iho ciiiniuepce ment lull and saw both Allen and Huttor lield ubout th'i hall. Later he was enlled out by Charles Harrow and shown wlnni the prostrate Jiuttei luld was. That ho got lilm inlo 1 hack and sent him to Dr. No ble's olhce 1 He described th'i Injured tmn'M hurts, the place whore ho was lying and the blood spots about whom the head had lain. That he encountered Alleji who told him Unit he bad done tho deed and that liut leilleld had his coat about half 011 and half off when he was stiuck. I'Soinn time later Sheriff Chapman notl llcld .Slate's Attorney Fish and togetlnr they visited Huttcriield and thou started the pioscution. 1 Dr. D. C. Noble was the physlelnn who attcneled niitterfleld Immediately and until ho got about. I In desi'ilbed the lniuriea In tho face and head in dotull but had found ne no upon the body. Charles Wood lind known bolh Allen and Hutterlleld for some ycnis. He overheard Allen and William C. Danyew talking at Ids (Wood's) barn the morning after tho fracarf, about II. Dmiyew iiuesiloneel ci 11. . ciTllllig tho alleged blow 111 tho back of I tho head and Allm said then, had be. 11 I no blow on the back of the head. Mo showed Ids own .swollen fncu and dee, in ed Hint fl.l the Idows were fiom the fr.ru. I Allen claimed Unit llutterlleld asked him I down to wliero tho atfray occurred .imt Ijuiulrrd If he was as good a man in 1 () 'claimed to bo In the morning. He stcrt ed to take oft' his coat but then lemuilt. i'd that he eo ild whip Allen with his coat on, Allen th n crmtlniied: "Tho llrst tin o he crime back at me. The second time ho didn't. 1 put It to hlni." I lo did not say how many blows. Ira Taylor wns nlso at the fair rround barns where Mr. Weod keeps his heirs s the morning after the assault and nuaril Allen talking wdth Danyew about It Al len wild he did It nil wdth his fists and held up a swollen hand. He sniil he- knock ed Huttcriield down and soaked ldm aim M BURLINGTON. Every Claim is Backed by Local Testimony. It the render wnnU anything stronger Hum the opinions mid experiences of his neighbors, what enn It V , ,. ,,. , , i ,, . , , Mrs. L. I'.. Ilyder. of tl Peru street, says: "t never lind u backncho until In grlppo left mo a victim to It. Kor four yours I had conslanl pain across the. lower part of my back, lis persistency was ter illite, und (existed all my cfforlH to shiiko II oil'. Hestlng of working, walking or slaiidlntf, silting nr lying, tho pnlu of my buck was always piesent In full force. In one or my attempts to get ease I went to i u i..., c. c a ,i i.., c . ... ' - ' l)o.in's Kidney Pills. I never wns rn , , , . , ,r .. , ,,, pleased ut uny act of mine in my life. Tliev uavo mo the lirst fiecdom 1 ever had from aches or pains In nil the years t snf- feicd. Tho lestllt WUB fo positive and ile i Idcd. I am only too pleased to bo able lo rec oinmend olherf." Doan's l.'l.lne I'JIi- For salo by nil dealers. Price OT cents. Foster-Mllbiirn Co., Iluffalii, N. Y. Solo agents for Hie United Stutes. H .member the iiilsllinle. name Doan's and take g 1 vo It to him gooel. Uert Abb a, deputy sheilff. had learn, d of the stal of fillings bilwi"!! J .tutor-To-ld and Alii 11 ami knowing both and I" lit tr friendly wllh the lnttur had talkid wllh former at Mb brrn. He hud remark ed that he would hurt Huttiriield and I udvl-1 him to have no trouble. Percy Wl.ds was at the ball and saw Al len ..ear the hall after the fraeuj.. WIku standing some live or six fe 1 from Al ii 11 he hoard him sny that he, All 'li in1 ant to give him llie rami number of cracks e n inch eye but that ho hail giv n him mole nit one than on the other us one was lame swollen. m. Oorhain, too, was nt the dance nnel saw Alien. After Iho aflray h" heard Allen usking what had happ. 11. d. lie was coming from Iln din ci Ion of the slafto 1 nuance. A.bn mid he, meaning Hntter lield, was looking for this nnd has got It. H. s.ild he had struck Hulicrlie.d two or three Mow before knocked ldm down cud thai he then choked hliii und stiuck him some more. He In aid him I'll e'hanman he- had done il. 1 have to'kiil wl'h Allen a cool many Hmes slm e at the ib pot. lit? e I. dined that Itnti. rlield had ealnl him down and struck at him und that he then stiuek lilm and alt-o cave him some more. Tlio next witm s calh d was fjoorge Wl. son and a m in ,.l Unit name who was not wanted look the stand and court mutini ed until Friday moinlim to hear the evi dence "if the other Wi'son. Ill testimony, it is undo! stood, closers tile State's direct case. BIG FIRE IN CAMBRIDGE. mult St'hniil Hiiildlitg mill Several Hotttrs Ilustro)uil A High Wind and no 1'ire I'l iiti'i'tloii Added to the Duitgur. Cambridge, ft". Tho mo-I disastrous llie that ev -r visited tills v 1 1 1 . ge startxl at H 30 this exinlng probably from tho liw naio at the basement of the High school building. A brisk wind was blow line which fann.d tin- tlames and they spie.ul l.ipldly. The school hou'i- was i. stroynl as w.io Heynold' Hall, u handsome dw 1 1 ling own el by .Mrs. Nathan and a dw ti ling anil bam owned by Mr. Str.itton. I'hu hocsi! next to Mr. ritratton's was a brick one and lie. e the (lie was chicked. Il.nl it not been fir the snow on the gioimd and l'-ofs It Is probable Umt eery lions., on llie n.iln strnd !i. the patliway of Iho pro would have boon burned. The villag" has no lire pioieclio'i and It was necessary to foim a bucket brigade? and bring water from tlie riser. Help c.imo from Fairfax, Fb teller. Je ffei svui ville and Cambildge Junction which proved of material assistance In lightl ,g the fl. tires. Th lire w-n under control at !i:SO. It wan linpossibio at that time lo make- a definite statement re guiding the losses, but they are estimated at $7el cr HMO with partial insurance. CURRENT COMMENT. Thing'! l.tkilv lo Iih Warm When the I.e gl-lllt lire mceti, If UiN Vermont llipior crusaele don't let up by next fall and ir.uri'o-,pecially in Pur. hngton tilings will In a mile w..rmod up by tho tlnv the next I.cgislatuio IIP eis. II It Is true, Hint this Is the work of tho anti-Saloon League, the".- are cenalnly conducting an exciting campaign. Walei buiy Hecord. DOOI.HV ON DHWHV. Mr. Dooley'a lales-t utler.tnce Is on U10 Dewey eplside and In closing one of his chin aclcrls'.lc speeches lie tells Mr. I lennes sey that "if 'twas a crime fr an Ameilcau ciil.cn to have his sroperty In Ills wile's name thej'il be clos-e eiuarlhcrs in the' pilillluclity." Mr. Donley may be silly nt times, but ho Is no fool St. Johusbiiry Call donl 1. A STOIIM CKNTKU. I!oloww Falls scums to lie the Ptoim center of the Ktule, polltlcully speaking, as iho following llcms froin lliat to.wi puldls'liod ill the. Hraltleboro Phoenix plainly luillcate. "A hrolher of C. A. Prouty nf Newport, a candidate for the national Hi unto, was in lown Moneliy in llie interests of Mr. Prouty's cendielacy. lie was accompanied by C. Williams of Newport, who is vl itlng tli't p1lnclp.1l cities and towns of the Slate Stato Smator I). M. Hartlelt nnd Col. Potter 11 Dtle of Islainl Pond wine In Pellows Falls 'I'uesdaj and nnniuiiced tho laet that .Mr. Dale had eleclded to enter the congivislonal race in this ellptrlcl, and solicited the support cf our cltiz ns. Itolfo Colileigh, a young atto.. ney ot Rt. .1 dinsbiiry. was In town Saturday ami ar iiiugcd wl'h the otllcers of the Young Men's club to have A'enibdl P. Stafford of St Johnsburv deliver an addives. in the opera house Saint ela night, upon tlie uuh Ject "Tho Helatlon of the I'nlted ritati s to Iho Philippines." Because or .Mr. Staf l ad's annoiinC' dcaneildacy a congre-sm. ri for this distrc't theio Is consiilcrablc Intor 1 st among our people lei e e and hear him St. Johusbury Republican. Moliamiiicelniis to tho number of 4a,0eii) have desei'tcel Crete. The rcm.ilnliii.: oil.t'le) nre beflnidm; to Ice) reconciled to tiki new in del' of Ihlnas. Iti-twi lien 1 all to stomach, liver Victim to stomach, liver nnd kldnev troubles as well as women, and all led the results 111 loss of appetite, pol-ons 111 Iho blood, backache, uerveniKni'ss, he'id uilie ami tiled, listless, run-down tcelliuj, Hill tliee''.s no necd to feel like that. .1. W, Gaiclner, of lelavl le, Ind., says: "Kleclrlu Ulttcis are Just the thlni? for a iiiau when he don't care whether he lives or dlev. It irave nu' new strcnuth mid Kiiod aiipetlte. I can now eat aiiythlnt; anil have a new lease on life." Only 50 cenls, lit J. W. O'Siilllvan's ilnii? sturo. Mvery boitlo Kuarantei'd, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you eat." FOREIGN COMMERCE DOUBLED Sr. flngii't Itepel l .nnrt n Orent liidn. trlnl Hnvuliiitmuiit hi tlin I'.mt Vr-ar Ai tlvliy in Shipbuilding, Wanldiifrion, Die. 7. The following In nil nbsdact of tho annual leport of lion, Ly man J. Oige, iofretitry ol the Heasniv, to the speaker of the IIoufc ot HeprcMai lathes: 'J'hu commerce of the jenr has been mntked by time espeelilly nolalile cluer aoleilsllcs: First, u coiillnuntltn of H.o plKiK.inenal rxporls of last year; ceconil, it mndernti! Increase In Importations, and, 'Ihlid, tho combined ImpirlH und exports i rorI11 K. ,, t toUl, VVPI. shown by a slnglo yeir in the history of our foreign conmiei ce. The tot il Impoils of inerchandlse dining the y. a- ver.- JilOT.IISI!'. as cr inpaic il with i.l('.,i)i:i,'i,"il In the lleciil yeitt" lvis. and f;ci. 7.!M,IL' In the lls-al year lfl7, In lag bs:i Hi, Hi In any liscal voir since W7, except ISll. when Impoitnlloiis wrte being held b.u k to obtain rihpiilage of an expecte I ndtictloii n tarltr, and 'MIS when they were ubiiorinally low hi cause ot omosrImj Importations in I he pr. i oiling year In iilitlclbatloii of mi llieiiaKed larlll. Tim exportation'! of W) wore $I,227,Ei..'l'B, an against $1,211, M',3;lo In llm llsinl year 1Mrs .,,,,1 ti li., 1,0 r.. 1.. and $l,nr,o,'in..V,i; In 1M7. being tho loin lit year In our history In which the. expoii exei i ll. d a billion dollars, and billing but UcU)W ,,, ,,r , i,liulmi yeai lV.i1, when the supply of breadstuff abioiiil was unusually nhmt nnd that of Hie rnited States lltiufiially large. 'I'll" total of our f 'lelgn ccmu.oce for the lis cal year iw Huts stiinds ul H.:i2I.I7l.7:il, r r '.'. Ii'l.lSl gieatcr than In any piociilius year. FuitP.ION COMilHUfT, DOt'HI.KD. Our fondgn coinmerce has much meio Ulan doubled .-ince 1S7', the total of Iho Imports mid exports combined being in P7H but S'S,7;iiU7'l, while those of IW wer.' $1.-1 '.til, ll,7Hl, nnd seem likely la the yiar 11 0 . to puss tho two billion dollar line. Tina, rcmuikublo growth has bun chiefly 1 11 1 the side of exports, the linpoits of IM1.1 be ing but BO per cent, in execs of thusse eifl lSTa, wlille the exports ot lvifi are Jl.' per. cent, gicaler than those of ISTK. In .r 11 uii ns e.aturally fall Into, thrcj1 gn at gi oops maiiilfacluri d uiticl.s for c 1 t'sumpt ion, i.rtlelis for uc of the 1111" ufactuiMs ami l oil stuffs of tin ci .s wbleh cai.ioi '.I' produced at ll.mo. In m al ly all articles incltid. 1 in tli Mr-t me ntloni'd ci i"", manuf.ieiun el ar'ielo ', irttre has be n llttk increase dttrii too thiriy uri undci eon.-ldi ration, allbotigli the co isiinilng pupulatton bis doublod n'. aiitlnio, the ir.cie.se 01 10 per .:! in 1 ar unpoi 1,1 :i uih duiing that time ha ir.A been ebb lly in aiticbs lor imc in nri'i ittiiilurinc and In find stull's of a 1 1. sS lu h '.umot be pi'1 liuced nt home In th largest itims of maiiuli.ctuic-' import, d. woolen goods and Iron and sp el. time bci I ,'C a a iliarKcd lediietlni. while In tlie olher principal items of mani'fae1 111 1 , these from eotton, silk, lion s. leathe r . n 1 evirihenw are, the Increa.-e has been 1 1 r below the Incrcose of population, niul al so below the acrnge Increice of ' 1 p r ccr.t. show 11 in tlie total importatl jus of l'!i compared wllh 1S70. In artle-b'S for use i f m.inuf ictuiers the giowtii has be 11 rapid. SHORT CHOI'S AUHOAD. In exportatloiis the record of the liscal ye ar Km is 1 pecu lly gr allying. The pho niminiilly large exioits ol 1".' dun In a co'asidei ab.e elogiee, us it was believed, to the shortage ot crop. in other parts of the world, aod tile con.se. piently ling" di -mnnil and high prici.s enjoyed by the pro. dueers nf the' United States, seemed to .uis tlfy the xpectntlon that the car iV'ii, with ijountlful crisis In other parts of tho world and the consequent fall In prlc.-a and in demand upon tlie United State'.-,; would fall materially below 1SI in its cx-i porlatiens. Hut this expectation has not been realized. Tlie exports of the llseal year Kill wie ljut $l,l."li,U2 bt low those of Wo.. Our exports of manufactures In KS and Ki'i for the llrst time exceeded tho Imports of manufactures, the excess of ex poiis being, In 1&0, $i;o,7UU,12I, and In 1W.1, COLONIAL TltADH. I Tin' coniinerco of the past year with llio Islands which have recently "ome lino closer relatiens , ith the I'nlted States h.i.s shown a mnikoj giowth lull .it lmpei ts anil exports. Tho classes of agrl cu.tiirul piodci 'ion, for while the I'nile d Slat, s relic-, and In most of tliem mu-i 1 oti tllue to lely, upon uoplcal e-'ountrles, form a largo proportion of oi'f' nailonal and iiecis.-.uy imports, eiur importations ot colfee, sugar, tropical fruits, tobacco of high grade, hemp, jute, etc, with sumlry other misc ellaneous products of liopbal clim.'le-, average $L'.'.'.e omi.fo annua. ly, ami all of tin so ale produced In grialci or 1 -s d gni In tho islaiuls in ipiesilon; while they In turn must re.y upon he temperate- ones for th"lr supplb s of win ir and Hour, provisions, clothing and maiiii factures of Mirlous classes. As a result, the cominerco between the I'nlted ri'at. s, and these islands Is already showing a) marked growth, and tlieie is every rea son to lii'.leve that it will coullni.e lo 111-1 dense. Our imports from Porto Uico in ls'eii were J3.17f.SS7 In value, against :', ill, Alii in isiis, and J.MSI.OII In 15.17 r ii.'ni .-in". the Imports were $21, IGS.M.I in tlie liscal year lyo, iiKalnst $15a, 17" in lHS ami VlM'iO,S15 In 1SH7: from Hawaii, the lin- . l'orl.s were Mi.siil.lltt. iiilnst $17.1S7.:iS(i in 'IW. and $i:t.iiS7,7im in IM'7, and from tho Philippine Islands the Imports we-ro $1. !"!. 771, iiKiiinst $3,s50,lir, in li'S and JI.JW.'ilu In 1!7. Our exports to I'orto Klco in the liscal year lvWi were $:l.i'.s.,,S'tS; against .!, .'.:iii In 1'IS and 1.0sSes in ISOT; tlio.io io e:ubn, $l.,i,li;,377; asalnst 5'.;i.eSl In 1!iS ,aml S.25H.77H in IW; tliose of Hawaii, V -j Wi. 170, amilnst :i,ii07,1,m in 1S0S and U.e.'U. i7.i in lSf'7, and tho-e to the I'hl.lppino Is lands, Sl'H.l'.b against ?17.-it In lsns and t'J, ."07 In 1V17, exclusive of articles shipped lo those Islands by the fiovemmon'. for ariny and navy use. GKIJAT I Ni'll HASH IN f.MM HI IIA'I ION. Thero acrived ilnrliiR the liscal ye ir iv.ifi at polls i'f ihe I'nitid Stales aod Canada ;t',l,71j linniiKi'iints, ixiliriu' of abotil 25. IiOii, who, s.iyn the i iimin.ssioni r Kcnertl, came as ealiin p.issi liners, and an un l.iinvn number from .Mexico aid Canada The' above total was composed of j;i7,!tl!l irom Hiirope, yj72 lioin Asia, 51 from Alrl i'.i, anil 51111 lion, all oilier sources muk lus an Inc-ri'iise conslsteel In laino pail ol" Klin pc.in lininl!i"ints ciumberir.e; 7H,5it1, and cspeclary of arrivals from Italy, Aus-Itla-I luiifrary, aud the Hu.-slan empne a d Klnland, which coniributi el lliereto, ie sptctlvely, excesses over Iho tlmifes r poitid lust yeai- of IS.Stnl (K per cut) 2:', ii)l (57 per eeiii), and 31.151 (101 per cent). Then were received In hospital re turned within one ye.ir after landing; nnd refused mlmls-sion 3T0S. Tlie lust nun tloncd iiuni'j.- w is eomposvd of 1 Idiot, S convicts, Hi Ins me ersons, S2 assisted Im miniaiils, Si's elfseasi'il pen ms, 711 contract l.ilioseiK and 251)11 paupers or peisonti like ly to beii.Tie public c hurtles, Desldes tlie fniVKDlciK, there weie dobarrei on the' e'lt natllan and Jlexictn bortUis "lei pulipers uml alien ccmtiact laboieiw. GP.OWTH OK KOUKIGN SHIPPING. The report of the comnilwloner of iiiiW Kiitlon siiows that cm .lune 30, 1S the llielclri'it idii 1 1 Mi? of the 1'nitwl Suites, !n cludlnK all kliiiln of ib.'Ciunenleil (ihlppinn, eomprlsed 22.72" vessels, of I.SH.aiS Rl'oss ins. On June ID, 1)", It comprised 22.7C5 Msse. ot l,7l'.l,73x Rross tons. Our sliniphirf in foiclun trade i Ineieas lnn but it is nol ifiercasini; n i'.iildly as Il at of other nations und our share In the caiijiiiK of our exisirts nod Unpins lor the past liscal car was baldly II per cont. llie smallest in our history. Our wonilei f il I developine.it during he past few yeain has placed us in advance of, or In the !Ut mnk Willi, our competitors In neai'y e ery form of ladiisiilal activity; but in ship llehliiK piles? Never mind If physicians have failed to cure you. Tiy Uo.iu's oint nient. No falluies there". Ml cents, at any diiiK stole. If the llilby Is C'llttlliK lee lb, Ue sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, MILS. U'INHI.OW'8 SOOTIUN'O 8VHU1' for children tecthniK. Hi seiotho.1 tliu child, softens the Kuma , allays all pain, cures wl.ul colic and Is the best rem edy for diarrhoea. Twenty-live centa a boltlev 1VORY SOAP P..2; In fifteen minutes, with only a cake of Ivory Soap anJ water, you can make a better cleansing paste than you can buy. Ivory Soap Paste will take spots from clothing; aivl u"'l ' carpets, rugs, kkl Rloves, slippers, patent, enamel, rus-vt 1 it r , ; canvas shoes, leather belts, painted wood-work tin 1 fu-n f . 'I special value of Ivory Soap in this form arises f-.m tin ' 1 4 t c:m be u.;ed wh n dnmn sponge or cloth to eVi ,sc V" or that c"innot(be wasiicd because they will not i.tj!.J the fr..- a4 , . x tion of water. DIRECTIONS TOR MAKINfi. To mr (mo.epiarter or tre small sue cake) ol Ivorv oap eut Into shavings, r , ' nve in. tlioMUsh'v dlstnlved Remove. Irom the fire and cool in convenient d ' t fn.a tn. 1,1 an air-ti frlit glass Jar, ccfYfeiGHr lana tir thl building for International trade an 1 In d ep s. ,1 ii'ivig itlon we must rplucuntly concede that v.e are outstripped by 1.1- tions In our rei.icetn much less resource. I fill und enteiprising than the fniled . Stitt". Al this time political and e.m- mei'i ia', 1 onsldc 1 atbuis eletnand of ns a larger mr.isur. of sttoncth and Ineb p ud eiice on the 'Cis than ivcr in our h.-im, yet nevi r before have we been n lativlyl so wi ak In tiai'sweanlc navigation. Sllll' nUII.DING ACT1V1TV. The activity of our "hip yards, our sur passing pioditctlon of steel and the evi dences of an nw like ning Interest In ship ping have created an opportunity for inu re-establish. ng of our inartlmii coTuner cial rank, which It is Irusteel C'onco by .sngtclous, liberal und durable legisla tion, will convert Into icallzatlon. In the last annual leport several spi i Ilc 1 ec con I'ni'iidatlons wire submit', d ili.iwn In the main from the cum tit pi c -tics of our maritime competitoi .- i.nsn; no dip om. Hie diilleuhieJ and Inlaw to be aeo.ii a., to our n el Tho situation Is tin .- mi now 11" then, anil the pen s -y lor action h b. come in re pressing. Tho .-..n.e proposl.,011-, aieoicl ugly, aiv again sill lllltliel: I 'll st A r modeling and extension of tho net of March .1, lcrd, n liting to the eariy Ing of ocean iiitlls in Ameiiean stenmshipM so that it shall meet rerjuli etnents which have' arisen since the law went into opcr at.rti. Second The establishment of a system of graded bounties upon the mileage 11 iw gatctl by registered Amt:lcim vessels while engaged in tlie foieign carrying trade as joini citsntioii for the training of seamen avnllable for the national defence, the system to have rcirarel also to the con struction of vcss-els which may be prompt ly ami economically convened Into ciius-, eis transports colliers and supply ships tor the us. of the govei nmMit. Special pro vision should also be made for ves-"!-, and men engaged in the deep set flsheii.'S 'I hird extended eppllcilion of tne prin ciple of the act of May W, UV2. by viitun of which the St. Lends and St. Paul Wei" lorstructod In lids countiy upon tlie recti -tty -r the foreign built steamships '. w York and 1'arls, this ext- nslon to coni.nii" fK" a sliort term of ye irs and to lie 'o giiaieled as to pieserve the coasting tuiue to American built vessel-. 1'ourih A moderate increase in tl e rates of our tonnnce taxes, e iti tlizii g them with the corre'spondlrg eh irg- at picsent Impoccel at the lead'ng Kuiope.m seaports. Filth-The lostrlction of the trad be tween the i 'nitcd States. Porto HI. o ami Hawaii, and the coasting trade 01 tin,-.' islands to vca'i. Is of American tvgistry. THROUGHOUT THE STATE. General I.. G. KiliB-ley of itutlaiul has just come Into the possession ol an niui estltitr levnlutlonary telle in tin' -hape of nu old flint-lode double-barrel pistol. Too . , , , . ,, . . pistol was dim up in 1S59 by Albert A. Vi i limns of Dauby cu tho farm of Willi. mi .Maishall, about a mile and a ha f noith of Schny'i rville, N. V., near a hou.-" occupied a.i h-adiiuarteis by General Ilur Boyne about Oe-toher 1st, 1777. The well" n is snppo-eil to have beloiiRed to a Hrl.'-b olllcer. The barren are about four Indus in letiKlh and both nre stil'. loaded. Tin stock lias rotleed away and the- iron is oiJ y rusteel. Gem ral KiiiRsley will plaeo the pistol in tho memorial hull collection. Ti'iiMitcri.ors tciuci'.v. Two Itrattlehoro cliizr-tu have nrd"-eil aulomoblles to he UelUe-retl next sprm.,-. A Hiilland man mad.' the astounding ell.scovery that two turkeys he bought for ThanksKiMiis were- alfceteel with uib.-r-culosls. A local doe lor is itiV"sliKa.tin- safe' in Ids store lor some lime past wlmli has dolled experts to open. Wed'l"s..iy nUhl Mr. D.'iWs elreannil how one .should proceed, ill order to open the safe and on Thursday mornlnir In pu,t llie insti'i. lion.-. of his dri' mi into practice H t.i.-ilv e p encel the sale. On ThankSfilvinc: elay a liarro llaluii outli named Innocientu HriLihlnl and a maiden pained Glndiltl Chlarav till weie united In wedlock. On Krhlay Ihe Kroom, tiled a peiitlon for dhorco on tho mound of Intolerab.u neverlty. There are thirty-two abandoned farms: in t'eachnm, I .ate news from tlie Philippines reports Unit Private Henry Hussell of the 21st I . S. icRUlars, we'd known In Harre ha- r--ceived iiromotloiv for merltoiious condac in action. He foid.-d a streani in the fa. c of n rain of bullets, .nopplim occasionally to tire at tlie insurKints whin up lo b's shouldeis In the water. He attracted the nttentlon of Ids superiors und was mule a Pcijicairt. Hussell Is a native of Kraulil ii VI.. and woilicd In Hani' for about two years 111,1118 trade of atone culilUK Hi 1 wus also 11 member of Co. H Klrst Ver mont regiment, ut ChkknmauKu. Capl, II. S. I'o.iter of the Twentieth In fantry, was one of ihe bearers at the fu neral In the l'hillppliuw of the l.U Major John A. l-oij.'n, jr. Captain Koster w s formerly a student at lioddurd .emln.irv and Inter Instructor in military tallies at tlie rnlvii'slty of Vermont. Kie lull tl Terry uf llooslck while hunt I111? in l'ownul idiot a wheat. I'he auluul was n line bay color aul weiKlnd 1 lioiinds. lie shot It once and m ami led i, when the iiiiliu.il cllsnppeiircd He soon af ter heard a noise and luokiiiK arou.id s nv tho anlinal .lust !' aoy to sprlns at nlm. The socoil shol killed It. ,leit it nl nl- I. f. . It wns n thrlUliiK escape that Ch.ir'.i Pavls nf llowerston, O., late.y had litioi n frlslitful elt'iilh. l''or two years a setvio liimr trouble lunstiu.lly crew worst until It seemed lie must dlo of Consumption Then he bewail to use Dr. King's New Discovery and lately wrote: "It gave in. slant relief and effected a peruunciit cure." Such wonderful euics hue for 25 jeaifs proven It's power to cure all Throat, Chest und l.uinf troubles. Trice We and $100. Kvery bott.e bi aiantevd. Trial bot tles fi'io at J W. O'Su.llvan's drilK stoic. ftSj lia1f ll K HRO&rtn i, gawoll 1.3 coili- a I'OSTMASTHllS AND s-, . v , 1 Wash'tigt. n, Dee. ba been comtnls North Ch"ter. Pensions, have be 11.1 follows; Stipp' Iln, Meniitp. Her, John 1 a larev , ; ly II T i'.- . , .sue, I ' me 1 M 1 s.- r ion .1 n all v igb. I nutdoek iPood Mitt' 1 . clear hr ad. an active hi 1 iiioiu body nuik.-.i h.m of life. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "DIflests what you cat." GATARRH MSIS In all 13 'tv t -ere Elj's Crcnm Kalu c!t'anc,nothraan(l huali the discveU membrane. It curt-" nt.irrh ami drives nay a coA m ihe head quick'). Cream Balm ia placei Into tMoiintr sprfu over the membrane and ia a-ifi a te 1 Ih fig mediate anil a cure foikma. It -a n t dry m r not produce Fneeinff, Large s 'e, rQ ct , b at Dru,, gisti or by mail ; Trial Sio, 10 c ri'i - y ma ELX IHiOTIinilS, 50 Warrpn S re , w Yorlr- OO0l04OtfKl0t)() v O o o o c 0 o 0 0 o s a c 4 PAIN EXTRACTOR used as directed cures Colds, Grip, Neuralgia, Ner vous and Sick Headache. Cuts, Bruises and Wounds on man or beast. 25c. 50c and $1.00. DR. H. A. INGHAM & CO.. istnias A Chafing Dish, 5 O'clock Tea Kettle, 1 Tsn T a niiA' Lamp I'hc largest line of '.imp goods m Vermont. A Tea Set irom $4 t- $35 each. A Dinner Set ii2 pieces trom $-S to $30. Vases Irom toe lo $15 ou each Salad Sets, Berry & Water Sets Fine Carvers. A Cosy Corner Lamp from $r 25 itmvards. Hall,. Bainiuct, 'i- ,if Ti,,l I Tnm; ill ..-in.lc j 11 1 . i prices. C. G. PETERSON, 64 Church St. ism MONUMENTS, WE A1AKE THEIV1. j. W. GOODELL 'J&7 l'iue St., lliirliactott, TU flnt nf bnllhr wj'r aji on SI icr:mm ami For ilk mii-