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THE BURLINGTON KIlliE IMUfoS. TFIU USD AY, DHCKiMHKIt I!, lH'jy.
" Pure and A pure cream of tartar powder. CAPT. BROWNELL IN MANILA 'iv WRITES AN INTERESTING LETTER TO HIS WIFE IN BURLINGTON. Tli- 20th Mail (lond Ti lp Hut Mirny Court Martial In Hi-ptrnilivr llrctip Hon of ii Vlnlt to Mnn 1 unil n Huf- rcnci to Major Guy Hiimml, At tlio request of tho Prco Press Mrs. C. II, Prowncll has consented to iillow the, in iductlon m one ul L'npt. ('. .M. Yownell's letters fioin Mnnllu written on "i tobor L'.'.th and Juhi received in tins iliy. The letter, while It contains no news if locent battles, having been written m ',co early a date to permit ot audi desciip-i lion, will be road with Interest by not only Ciipl. Crown il's friends in Vermont, b.it y all those Interested In Co. D, Will V. S. ' diiutcer Infantry, which although n x luted at liattsburgh, is largely com posed ot A ermont men, In other letters of u more personal nn luro Capt. llrownell gives an account of m trip from San Francisco to Honolulu tnd thence across to Manila. The tilp to Honolulu wan ve.y quiet with little wild, (lit the day after leaving Ilunolulu a llorm was encountered, which sent neatly rvcuyone Into tho woes of n-aslckncss The transpoit was comfortably tltted up ii ml thero was an abundance of good lood. The ship was provldi d with an apparatus for condensing tin si a water, which was then used in tile manuf.iitute of Ice and for other purposes. Of hii company Capt. Urowrell speaks In liiprli term. Durli-g tho montli of ricp-t- tuber there wer- -RU coiu't-nmrtials in the nviment and of this number but three, were accredited tn Co. 13. Quai let-master-H want Hobert 13. Hoyt who will bo re membered in this city, Ins recently been n;ie ot 33 t'j take examinations for pro motion In which he stood third in pro lklcncy. Tha Iettn- iollows: "As I wrote you last night we expected to bo ordered at once to Hollo, and al l hough w. iiopcd the order would bo ihang'-rt. it was not and ns I write this we .ire on our way. When we awoke thin morning wa learned that we were to start nr once and It looki-d for a time at if I mould bo unable to go ashore, but at last M-'orthlngton and 1 got permission and H'art.'d off In the launch to spend an hour jiud a half visiting Manila. Of course in Mich a I idlculoiisly rhort t.me It was out of tho 'i'.k ."Hon to cov. r much of tho city, but m eting Dordmall and another olbeer we four hind a nativu irrlage and procei ilcd to do tne town, f had my camera and we took a few (-naps which I will mmkI you if they prove, all right. We vlslt'd the postjllice and some of the 'arg-1 buildings anil parks and then nt out for the palace which is now thu liendfpnrtrs of Gen. Otis nnd the- Mh army corps (my corps) and thin went to the seaside park ealkd l.unetta. a lino old park and drive by thehore wheio tho Spanish upp.-r tendom were wont to spend their afternouns listening to the band con certs and promenading. It is just out-i-iilc of tho .vailed city. You can hero iludy more different styled of architec ture than In almost any city In the woial, from tho most ancient to modern An,"rl ( nn, Manila was founded In 1371 and as j ou know is a very old city, situated on the I, ft bank of tho River P.ii-lg. a braokljdi stream about 3."0 feet wide, which flows bctwvi n the commercial dis tiiit and the walltd city. It is n city of nout 1111,030 inhabitants encircled by a wall with bastions and bulwarks and a ditch and outer dllch on all sidetf which do not face on either the liver or the sea. W. lor can bo let In anil finis completely i lale the city by means of s'liP'os ci ulructed for tho purpose. lr,lde the wall id portion, In general, ar the authorities, 1 ul tho nucleus of the population is in the suburbs. Of cnursH the most splendid edifices arc the ancient calhidrals wiMch I am told lire also to be found In every city, but of i' urse the more pretentious aro In Manila. Their anti"nt architecture is grand and stalely, and I w.ui vi ry di slrous of enter ing the largest but time would not permit. The pal-ice itself was a wonderful affair in Its tin', but It almost seemed like ilesci ration to have troops nuarteicd in It i nil the in.ignlllcnnt suites occupied by 1 li'i-renl departments of army administra tion and Hen. Otis' hi-adipiarterf'. 1'iom firs, buildings one can trace the mar, h of tlm- towards modern creation tn mere li if- from the sublime to the rldlculnes. . Ke all Oilental titles one is Impressed w ill the Idea that the hoiwi s were tirtt conslriietMl and the stivts laid out .round them Then there is that never-'o-be-forgotu n odor In the filthy stress. Icic Is the l'r- Silver paradise when ,'ou enn ofiVr an American doliar In iv rirnt for a dollar ptuehase and reeehe a loll i (Spanish, Melcm or Flliplnui in ! - but I notice Inst, ml of this being i 1 'i by our gold being uonh two ibil l s for ne It Is cai'.e,l rather by in f.e t at a sliver dollar is worth but r,i cents i I fall to vie any adv image ga:nrd .is ru cannot purchase any more for rer lotuy. 'I'le fact must and should le Tackle admit led thai tlie-e nativis l.i 'anlla are go between fiom our iiuny to our druggist ri&SB $p$$y tfp&tfc hvAv Z HLr HVu-f mn7 ihqT WiHf wiHf IwiP mlim mml$ SM mH& WiNtr miNQ Sure." No alum, no adulteration. tho rohels a they ore earning more money ,-oty day Hi. in they used to earn hi u month before our soldier began to (nine here, and business v us ciuscd by our ot -cupa'lon nnd at least two-lhlrds ef I lit . money finds its way Into the hands of the i el. Is o you linve the spectacle of our gov rtinicnt furnishing the sinews of war for Ixith sides. Thin loo one does not net d to hi hero long to see that thus far W" have made little progress, and th' rebels ni-o light at thn city gates. 1 do mil no anything dlsfournclng except the way af fairs are eouiliu led for our soldiers should be reinforced to KiO.crti an a in'iiliniim and then it would be well to mid a llflh tnoro and make an aggressive campaign and bo able to hold what Is takm. It Is for the interest of Hie natives to keep up the war for there Is money In it for them, and they lu-o evidently as iroHehcious as a wealth ! Mine and these "amlgn" (friend) fellows would annllilllate us if tiny could. They will need to bo completed thoroughly and a good government sol up for them and maintained by feme for a long lime bo fote they can be left alone. Ah I went along the road to tho palnee I mot the escort returning from carrying Ma'or How.k d's body to the launch to lo taken aboard tho Khcrmniii on which It will bo brought home, and I afterw.uds learned thut a funeral seivlce waR hold ih.s morning, Hy a sad coincidence .vhen mir party returned to tho wharf lo go back lo tho Orant thue was no small boat to take us so wo applied to the army cpiarlcrmaster for transput tntlnn nnd In ordered a boat which was Just starting out lo the I'.i'.glan King, to take us aboard, and then to tho nrant, and on the boat wns M.iJ. Howard's personal ef fects, b"d, and complete outfit marked to Mrs. Howard at Omaha nnd it was put on boird tho Helglnn King Instead of on the Pliermnn with his body. After wo anchored last night tho cruiser naltlmore, In her dark wnr paint, c.imo into tho harbor nnd dropped anchor be tween us and the Sherman. Our band 1 layed the Star Spangled Banner and tho troops clieei-ed Hie sailors and then In turn tho sailors lustily cheered us while their hand serenaded us. Ono appreciates Ills flag when be Is so far from, homo and realizes that but for It ho would not bo safe a moment, nnd you feel a brotherly lovo for every man who wears the blue. At Hi.rne later date I shall pet a leave and visit tho city thoioughly and hunt up some of my friends who are located about here. 1 learn that at Hollo Is stationed th" lith, 13th and Hth regular infantry so wo will be tho only volunteer regiment there. Our loputailin seems to linyo preci ded us and the olllcers at Gen. Otis hcad iiuarteri say they expect great things from u-". 1 supposo you will bo more pleased than 1 at our going there as wo would surely get Into tho firing line with in a week after landing, while at Hollo we may not have much Hunting, at least for n tlm . Tile place Is also much healthier. There is only one icason wiiy I shall be reconciled about going thero and Hint Is becans Dure are less troops thetc and if we do any scrapping we will get some Tcdit for what we do while here we might get forgotten In the shut lie. This would bo especially true of tho company olbcers. Hut I am disappointed and so Is everyone." COMPANY D MEN WOUNDED. Corporal latgi-ne I', Illnirers anil PrirAte -Wetl -llil The ntlipikliy Ill4tH-. The Associated l'ress despatches of Sat urday afternoon contain the first nam. a of wounded from Company 13., 1'ith Vol iinticr Infantry yet mentioned. They nie Corporal Hngene '. lilowers, who U le ponetl as having sustained a wound in the head, anil Private Fdwartl Sweet, who was shot In the leg. lioth wounds nre reported as s-Mie. Others of the Kill K"glm"it report! d wounded are: Col. Illce wounded In tho action near I.eou, Fanny, Nov. 20; Harry Hlscock, sergeant of Co. I.,., wounded In the abdomen, mor tal; Abiaham Frnppler, Co. A., lliigh, sevi re. IJiiow is printed the roster of Company D., whoM- member.s are many of them Vermont nun; Oflli ers Capt. Cornelius M. lirownell, Fil.-t l.leutemint Alfred M. Mason; Second Lieutenant Sanford 11. Worthington. First Si rgi-ant CharUvt J. Cass. Sergeants Q. M., Hubert 13. Hoyt, Karl H I'cck, Oarilner Oatis, Paul G. Mltzkle, Adelbert 1'. Vreeland. Corporals Hi'.gcne K. Illowers, Joseph A. Camiibell, Wallace M. ISarber, A'-aii'b-r II. McDonald, Alfred W. Hertrand, Albert M. Hennehy, Ixiuls 13. l.cdoux, William (3. I. i wis. Ncl H. Marsh. I.uke Merilik, Jnmes Pendergast, Huther A. Short. Musicians Walter 11. Stockton, Vern O. F.rooUs. Artlll. er Manslield A. Fiedenburg. Coo!; Wllilam Comiors, Jeremiah O'Keefe. I'lhaU's William II. Aklns, John I!ii ktr, 1'rank J. I!iu y.-a. John Hickn.-ll, Wal ler Hillings, Dennis Hialr, Arthur l!o,.es, (ieorge W. Hraneh, iJonald llremner. John J. tir. riiiliiin IMward M. Urown, Itol-rt II. Hiii-rll, William Cannon, Flunk R. Cartllnal, John Carey, Charles M. Co-k-ran, William Cohen. Thomas Cunneli, Frank II. rroby. William I. Curils, Vii-tei- Cussin, Arthur J. U.ilge. William I-:. I'.ivls. Wlii.im F. P.ivls, Arthur Ueinnr", Cl'.arles K. Fonovan. John Doris, Jo--, j U 11. Diolet, I.o-.iN Kyi If, Dentil-: I'l.ih i i-, John A Orlmey, John S. (Soodrh h. v.: a Ooodwin. William Cioss, Fabian illation, Michael O'cbnnnon, Michael J. llabinj Nicholas Ilumincrsmlth. Url J. limner, If you are nervous, despondent, and irritable, cannot sleep well, have indigestion, and headache ; if the skin is sallow or covered with blotches, or if you are, physically, generally "miserable," you will find relief from your troubles in CELERY KING. 51 W. i2th St., N. Y., August 15, 1809. " I was trcatetl for skin troubles for more than 6ix months by one of the first specialists of this city, and with no benefit -whatever. I began taking tlie Celery King- last March, and now that I have finished the second pack, age there is not a spot on my face and the skin is gaining its former fineness f texture. Every one who has used Celery King praises It very highly." Miss L. A. Stephens, Luther6burg, Pa., August 25, 1899. "All through life I have been subject to frequent and of ten-times severe attacks of biliousness. The waste matter seems to accumulate rapidly in the system. Two years ago I began the ut,e of Celery King and have since been entirely free from biliousness. I feel like a different man since I began the treatment, and will say that Celery King Is the best medicine I ever used. I now use It for a general toning up of the system, and find It also acts very nicely on the kidneys." Kkv, W. Sklnkr, Pastor Lutheran Church. Celerv Kincr is sold bv druggists at 50 cts. and 25 cts. a package. It cannot supply you, send 25 cts. in stamps to tlie Uacon, Rochester, N. Y., and a package will be mailed to John Kenjron, Alfred King, Charles A, Kindlon, Prank A, Krebs, William La Hcl.o, John 11, I.eiieh, Owen Loddy, Wil liam Lunge. John looney, Cert Macklo, Frank M McCracken, Thomas Medoi, Thomas I'. McCiottrlck, William Matisan, William N. Minor. John (1. Moran, Henry M. Murphy, Mlchuel Nolan. Henry J I Nicholas, Janus O'Connor, William O'Keefe, John II. OIHcr. Robert O.lvcr, I Kdwnrd S. Pnrmolev, John J. Utiutley, 1 Chailes 11. ltlchiild"Oii, Edmund V7. P.ab iiwon, Daniel IllKisell, Mllo II. Kciibnc-, Walter II. Snow, I-oivti H. Smllh. Wilbur 1'. Smith, IMmiind Sweet, Prank J. T'-'Ue. (leorge Talcotl, I.eon Walling, Jo.-eph Wuison. SENTENCE NOT LONG ENOUGH. Wlllluiu llliiv Wailful h l.'ing SnJ'iurii t the II nine of ;.,i i eel ln Several Justice and city court cn?cw of nses J rum two days lu a Week or moio were disposal of in thl city Saturday. In tho city court a cession was held in thu inuinliiu ut wlilcii William Cllley, an u.d ofTeiiiler under the provision against a grancy, plraded guilty. Ho was ordered to the House of Com it Ion at Uiil.iiinl to i tic not Uss tliaii 15 wieks nor more than lour months. He lift the court room gi uiiiMlug because tho Judge had not giv en him a longer scntenie. Cllliy, to ua diilon says, once Mil half a n.l.o to uer lalve soiim St. Albans ulfiicls in order to till them that hu was the man iliey want ed. He is also said to liuvo once wuilud into ilio pollco ollici', thrown tho coat of i lilef lJuinas over his aim and Marled out. Thu House it Cornction Is his iho sen home during the co.d weiahir and ho vsiialiy lliids a way to get suit lo that point early in the winter. There wero somo llipior cases for Inur ing uecrulng from tho wniehos made by Sheilff lieeves last .Saturday and Sunday. Frank F. (lokey was biougnt before Jus llie i:. W. ,1. Hawkins and was ui tiered to pay the costs of a seizure of litpior at Ins .Malletts Hay Hotel. He was found guilty ot kit-ping liquor on hand for sale and lined $20 and costs of tll.M. The costs In the seizure case were flU.SO. Mr. Gokcy was also before Justice tlcorgo W. Deber vlllo for a selr.uro case in which he was taxed the costs ami sentenced for keep ing ou hand to pay a line of t-"J with ai tuiilant costs. The ball in tho four cases, all of which wero appealed was $3ti). There was a hearing before Justlco Deberville In the seizure case of Marcolto liros., at Winooskl. The testimony of tho Mauottcs was introduivd with referenco In the sending back of their license and tlie amount of liquor found. The liquor was ordered returned. There was a healing In the city court befoie Judge Ilussell In a civil action brought by A. 13. Glbln of this city against Superiiitcndint 13. L. Moigan of the House of Correction to mover for a boat so tl by the plaintiff to the defendant last summer. Judgment was given for tho plalnllff to recover $2."., with the costs of the milt. In tile nfternon there was a hearing be foie Justice Deberville :ti the cases grow ing out of the f-elzuics of liquor at J. II. MiC.refvy's In Winooskl. Tin- liquor lound was adjudged forfeltetl and Hphrlam Mayo, its owner was taxed the costs of silzuiit, which were $10.15. For having ou hand Mayo wns found guilty under a. pica of not guilty and nonteiicotl to pay a line of $20 with costs. Ilotli cases wero ap pealed and ball ot 120 furnished. TOOK JOHN RIVEHb' NAME. Tlio Om-iht JiiI1v luilleiiiiiit Oi-rr tlie At'tleii tif u l tiiil.eii Ti-tilnp. John ISIve-rs, a respectable farmer In Cokhester, Is angiy bccall-tt Ills name has bem conspicuous 111 city court In conn.c tion with a case of drunkenness and re fusal lo disclose. On Tuesday evening a man wandered Into the police station In state ot Intoxication anil was taken to Jail. He gave the name of John Ulvcr.s anil claimed to have worketl at the limo kilns in Winooskl. On being brought In to ronrt on the following morning he re fused lo disclose and was sent back to Jail, lie came in again Friday and his name tills time was Dan Suilivun and ho made a disclosure tiiwm the Winooskl agency. Mr. Itlvers of Colchester is now excltnl and quite properly so. since he was at one time an employe at tho lime kilns unil not being a thinking man dqes not want nls name connected with suili an affair. llivers-Sulllvaii. who was drunk, had evidently In n hanging around Win ooskl anil learning that Mr. lilvers had worked at the lime kilns gave that namo as the hint substitute he could find. Ho is evidently a tramp ami wants to secure a comfortable berth for the winter at tho Hou-e ot Coirectlon at Hutland. NEWS FROM TH&43D REGIMENT. Vl!Utr .Sick M.eit nf the Time in Crnmiluu In. II nil If. A letter just received from an officer In tho -Ud fulled St ites Infantry, mulled at liibi.'ltar, Nov. 2th, says: "For the llr.-t five days the weather was very rough and nearly ey.-ry one was sk k. Col. Murray, Majors Andrews and Ullmoie, however, wire well and on duty all the t me. Cap. lain Preston, who was icglm -ntul quarter master ut Fort Htlian Allu,. h u- H tuined to tlie tommand of a tomp.u y and Cap tain nillotl (from Caiforniai liius l.e.-n ap point d quartermaster. Second Hieuten i.ni Jami.s 1.. Klnn r, (recently piomotid 1'roni regimental qii.irterm.isi, r-M-rgi an.) hiii been a-tblgiied lo Company A., but was mi duty as assistant lo Captain III liott.." The health of tlm command was good. Tlie transpoit Meade was lo reach Gibral tar mi the moiiilng of Nov. 2? and s.op there about six bouts. imiSTOI,. N. H., June 21, if S3. Dr. S. A. Tattle, Dear Sir. I laving u.cd your Klllr in the dllfer. nt discuses lu lior.-i's, I consider it tlie be-t horse mi dl tlne In th" market. I have never failed of obtaining gootl results in tei-y i:i-(i where 1 have us 1 it. I'very man owning a horse should have a bottle of it in his f-lab'e Yours very truly, G. G. llliOWN. mm proprietor, 1J. you postage paid. 1 CE.CiSOlSCZj? I HljiBrO A Lame Horse N tiMtlier vnlua bl for um tir nl. It Is bfttpr not to Jmvo n Iflinc Imrnt, Turtle's Elixir niri'o pertiirnpnlly nil rmn oT 1nmrnft, i"irh, pllnU, iiriilit". thritih V v, l.tjnallv uvml for liitcrtml ue for rulic. foninlcr, pncii nmnla, (l!tPtnor, iV (JiiHPiiiitrril I euro. U.cd and erdorscd by Adflmn press Company, TUttlo'8 rnmlly ElUIr m tLe I, 1n.IJ currs rhtutnttttui, f)tln, bniln' , A- rt'1 k-H all m Initunt It Itu Km fief bo k Wlfflnsrj pffI'ff- -(U.h DR. S. A. TUTTLG, .17 llcurly St., Hotloti. Mim, tUwitrf rf o- tilt l rtiiirn, rnni phiiliir tn tTiilttf. CITY PRACTICALLY ENJOINED. Illttli'iilt tn (Inl k Itotll'i ii f Alcolinl Kvrti t tir Merllrlnnl oi- tn cfiiitilrMl l'urpue. Slate's Atorney Urown In In receipt of lellei-s from sirme of th- druggists agalin-t whom temporary in.,uti' lions have been in dun d announcing Hint they have sur icntlcrcd their I'niled States IIciiihis Tlitre are as yet two drug st ires in (ho illy, whk Ii liuve not been enjoined. Tin y are those ot J. W. O'Siilllvan and T. I'. Unity. Mr. O'Sulllvan was sii'iinun d to court, as were the other di'imgisls, but pctiii'.sslon was a.-'ivid to ilitrt'tlin e iisil inony and It was de.s.icd that 14 -v. (b'.rftn VV. Moirow could be examlintl on .-tune fealllis of the caw. The Daley stolv has sltl ictiilered lbs license. Thoie will be heat Ingrf on the mailer of Injunction ens s very soon, when It Is expected that some, new cases will appear, together with thoso not already disposed of In soino way. At present the town Is practically en Joined and It Is prohablo that no druggist enjoined would tako tho Hsk of sellltig liquor except compoundid. The tempor al y Injumtlon now enjoins tho druggist against whom It Is f-erved from selling ce keeping on hand for salo any Intoxb ating lltiuor. A druggist may have on hand a reasonable amount of liquor for coii lioillidlng, the amount of which Is govern ed by the amount of his proscription bu1 ness. if evidence of having sold liquor while under temporary Injunction should come to llv, hands of the state's attorney lie would lllo a complaint with Chancellor Howell setting up thu act, which would constitute an offence like that of contempt of court and punUhablo by a line of not hs than f.V1 or mere than $!", or im pilsonnient of not more than one year or less than six months or both lu tho dis cretion of the chancellor. THE LATE F. W. WRIGHT. Well Known Kuiilngtonlun ltody Crelll Iti-d III Tl u.1 Frank W. Wright, son of George 13., ami l.iicy A. Wright, whose death ot consump tion early Saturday morning in an pounced elsewhere In the Flee Press, waa born In Jericho, April 25, 1S57, and was therefore 12 years of age. At the ago ot two years ho was brought to this city, whore he received his early education. In his youth he learned the printer's trad-j with an amateur outllt and later followed Ihe business ni foreman In the ituiilngtou Clipper oft Ice. He decided to take up a business career and took a course In the Potighkeepsle Huslness College uutl after graduation secured a position Willi tho Vermont Shade Holler company. Fretn there he took a western trip, spending two years on the Pacific coast t'.itl lu lie-' Hawaiian Islands. On returning home ho became sccntary of the Venetian Wind company, which position he held for ten years, when the company soltl out. Dur ing this period his lmilth had fulled and he was obliged to give up .ytlve business for a time. He spent most of his tlin'o In traveling, spending one winter In tho Adi rondack) and another In Florida. About a year and a half ago ho was appolnttd deputy collector at the custom hoivie, but was compelled to give up the position sev eral months ago on account of falling health. Mr. Wright became interested in cremation during his lite anil made de tailed arrangements for the cremation of his remains in the crematory at Troy, N. Y., even leaving a letler reminding his father of the promise to have Ills wis-Ins carried out. Mr. Wright, wim ptogii.-s-ivo and trustworthy in all of his business relations. Ho was esteemed unit respect nl by all who came in contact with him and lie will be long anil pleasantly remem bertM by a large circle ot fib mis. He is survived by father and mother. Mr. at.d Mrs. George D. Wright, a brother, George F. Wright in Denver, Col., two sl.iteis, Mrs. Floyd H. Smith of Waterlntry Conn., mid Mrs. Isora 1 Conger of this city. Tin- ti'rornl was held Monday morning at 10 o'clock from tho family residence ou North Wlnooj-ki avenue. The remains were taken to Troy in the noon tram for cremation, after which the ashes will be brought to this city and inlericd in Dako View ci m etc IV. A BREACH OF THE PEACE CASE. Arthur HeallTlnr Dill Not I. Hie 111, O-niullI rr'i Young flenl 1 Ilk 11 I rleml. Horn on tho 13th day of tho mcnth and with an attraction for a yoim,' man named Ij'iuls Norman, the daiig.it r of Arthur i'-t iuvier got her father iniu trou blo in .1 way which sir li'tn cxncily lleul in City Court Thur.-ilay monili.g. II will be easily sen from tlie amount 01 the hue and 1 osts th it iteauvler hail no r.ttorn. v. In 1 lai e of this usual .'cooaipaulmcnt tu a suit at law he consult! tl with Dcimly bin lift' J. K. I-aveile, wlu,se it n. nil be i, and then ideaihtl guilty to a bt'.teh ot the I act wiin Norman and was tilled. I'.eauvior's daughter, w ho Is 21 years old, was assign' tl by him as the cause of the tioubl.'. l.ouls Norman, tlie complainant in the e-.is.', is aetu'cd by the father nf the 'irl of having lnllue.icid her to leavo home unil to board at the i taise of a Mianger. Not mail apfiar iitly likm .MIhm lli auvlJr ,iinl the father tlo.'s not like Nor man. Un Wednesday night the fattier met Norman on the -.met anil after a wunl tr two landed his right on the opining in Norman's f.ic?, in due proves.-, of wbl. Ii in t Norn.iii lest a tooth ami had his lip c it, 10 say nothing ot tlie gelevous injury to hi?. .11 ice of mind. He innneilial. ly complaint d at the pollco oillee (j-it Thins day iniit-ning before Heauvier could he suit for ho appealed anil gave himself up. The appearance of the lespmdent In Iho eouit room was gootl and when he lold his st 'iy, Willi" he did not appear blamek-s in tho matter, thero s-eented some excusn for ids net. Il wan Until 41! and the costs made $10.01, for which J. li. l.aveile be cahvi surety. NOBLE& OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE. nullum lllretud t tint Ainiiiiil Mentlng in Vtiihlprllrr l''riiluy llvi-iilnc. At tho annual pcsslon of Hie Nobles of the Mystic Shrine at Montui!er, Friday evening Robert Noble of this city was electti! one of four delegates to tho Im perial Council to bo heltl In Washlngti n, The other delegates are Jesse W. Thomp. son of Hutland, C. W. Steelo of llano anil Frank Johnson of Woodsvllle, N. II. The fo. lowing aro the now officers of thu Shrine-. Illuitiloiis I'otentate, Jesso H. Thomp son of Hutland; Chief llabban, .1. Henry Jackson of Hanoi assistant Rabbin, ohn W. Daley of Whllo River Junction; High Priest and Troplni, Collins lllakely of Montpeller; Oriental Oulile. C. S. Wlilttler of Montpeller; treasurer, Charles It. Al en of I'air Haven; recnider, Cliarles II, Ilcatcn of Montpeller. TOOK POOR DEBTOR'S OATH. How l'red Croto Avolili'd I'uyinint nf n JtlilCllient l-'ur tl'5 Kred Croto, who lives near Port Kthaii Allen, and who has been lu Jail for soino little time, took the- poor debtor's oath Monday and was released. Croto was Im prisoned on an execution grunted in a civil t-ult lu which Mrs. Jennlo Kaufman of Winooskl was the plaintiff nnd In which Justlco Hawkins gave her damnges of J2,",. It was shown lu tho lie-arlng that Cioln ami another man were driving a mulo team across the Winooskl bridge when a wagon drawn behind the mule wagon bi cninc ilontchcd and the pole swung aboiil, knocking Mrs. Ksufnutn down and siiik. Ing her lialiy carriage) which hu was pushing. Croto Is about SS yuurs old and able-bodied. WHO FUBNIbHED THE ALE ? A QUESTION IN CONNECTION WITH THE INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS. If tlirfVnn Nrii Itniuo M r.i,Jnlnpil Will Member) of tho I'IaIi nml Uiiinu League liu Kespitiiftlblo Umii. tfl ro lilliltory l,nw An Impression lint gained nemo i.iO elice tlial should tlie Win Ni 1 Houi' 1 be pined under the bin of a lempoia.y Injunction by CluiM-llor Howell In loie whom tlie petition of Stat' 's Attorney Krown asking that tills be dune was lu aid, ! for allowing tlie uso of llass ai ut thu I'lsli and (l,iim League huuuin-t, the iiietjtlon as lo who Illegally lur liislud th llipiur may linplli ute (Mo league. The evidence upon which 1 he petition was bai.td so fur us hat, ap peared In any way dining Its hearing, was upon tho uaiuiuet of tlie Klsu uiul tiumo l.eagile. If .111 order for a lempc ary in junction upon the V. 11 Ncs lleiis-e or ltn liming louni under Hie evidence thus sul mltliel Is iiiitle. It IC'lIows without doubt Unit tlio liquor In tiie.tlon was Illegally In the dining room wi.eie it was coiiissetliy lurnislitHl lo mtml.eis utid guests 01 tho l.eui'ilo. If this Is Hue, who furnished Iho liquor? in tho signed concessions made by ex (lov. Woodbury ul his hearing tho iniin.i gus of tlie ictigue, whoever they may have been, aro accredited with tlie "fur nishing" of tho ale. Gov. Woodbury con cetlctl uh follows: As to the banquet of the Vermont Fish nnd Ciamo League which was he.d ut tho Van Ness House In the evening of the 15ili Inst., 1 will say that 011 or about Nov. 5 tho said League, thiougli Its olTlceis, arrang ed Willi the Van Ness llou.se, by Its managers afore-mid. for tho said banquet al 11.00 per plute, the alil league to fur nish guine, cigars, ami decorations for the dining room. At this time nor at any timo up to Nov. 11th Inst., was any Inti mation made to me or to the managels afoiesaltl that it was the Intent or dei-noi of tho saltl League to uso ale, beer or liquors at snld banquet, but tlie mana gers afoiesaltl admit that on the Hth In stants they weie notllled that the s.dd league had sent a barrel or barrels to the said Van Ne-ss House, and that they, tho said managers knew before the hour of said banquet thut It was the lliti-nllon of tho said league to use Hass' ale at the sa'd banquet. 1 admit and they admit mat the said ale was drunk by tho guests at said banquet from common wutcr g u-scs which wero the pioperty of the said Van Ness House, the corks ot tho bottles of saitl nlo being drawn by Ihe suld guests." Who the manager.-! of the banquet wero has not appeared. It Is probable that whoever they were the-y were noting lor tlie league. Tho league was lncorpoiated in list). Proceedings against members of the league or Its officers would bring to mem ory tho visit of members of the Legisla ture a few years ago to the Statu fi?h hatchery at Roxbmy, where entertain ment was provided, which led to ono member of the commislon's having lo pay a line of considerable magnitude for a violation of the prohibitory ,aw. Tho spectac.e of the Fish antl (lame League a-..-! corporation before lliebar of justlceun ibraslmilarcharge might be considered a climax of the enforcement of the law in Chittenden County which has been In pi ogress during the last threo months. in connection with tho trip of the legis lature to Itoxbury, Fish Commissioner Horace W. Iiailey, who was one of the speakers at the banquet in this city, opened his remarks by a referenco to the occasion. He saitl In .ubstauco that when some years ago It became the duty of the governor of Vermont to appoint a Stato fish commission some of bis friends sug gested that ho become a candidate for commissioner. They said It would be a nice, plea.sant job. which would make sort of knitting work, and in time he was duly appointed. He soon found, however, that eiie of the things a fish commissioner had to do was to appear beforo the county court In Washington County. When the leaguo was Incorporated In ISM Its ir.eorporatcirs wero Charles H. Sheldon, W. V. W. Hlpley, W. C. Clem ent, It. H. Dorr, Herbert Hralncrd, W. W. Henry, (Ieorge W. Hooker, B. It. 3mallcy, leorge F. Kduiwids, J. G. MrCullouEh, Ohnrlos F. Orvls, M. S. Col, urn, liir.im Atkln.s, Itetllleld Proctor, Fletr-lier D. Proctor, C. S. Page, Kdward Smith, II. 11. Swift, J. S. Vile, W. 1 1. II. Murray, ii. James Ritchie, T. W. Maloney, J. W. Tltcomb and others. The league may hu d property in the amount of $1.1,0,0 JjiXO In ' personal and flO.ctO In real estate, j Among the memmli. is from Chittenden county given In the list published by the Leaguo In nr. the 11 iirs of Dr. W. S-wni-d Wtbh of Sheiburtie, W. "V. Unity, George F. Kdmunds, LeGrand Ii. Cannon, Chester Grlswel'l. L. C. Clark, U. A. Woodbury, Fred II, Wells. J. W. McGe.iry. A. I. Harrows. IS. L. Seymour, P.. ,1. Dei b II. S. Peek, lleniy Wills. I .d ward Weill. W, II. S. 1,1'eomb, C. K. Miner, A. -N. John, A. H. Kichardson. Kilns Ly man, I). J. Foster. A. (J. Wl'ittem.ire, !:. .1. liaoth, C. N. Mosley, Fredeilik liny, Dr. II. C. Tlnkhani. 1'. D. Abernethy, W. L. Li'i-nap. Hohert Noble, . li. Tnl't, D. W. Koblnxon, W. J. Van Patt.n, F. It. Wells, W. F. Il.ntlee, H. Tuik, Robert Hobe-i-tH, L. I-J. Woodhouso of Hlitiltiglon nnd many others. Among others who are members of the Lenu'iie nr. C. M. Wilds ot Miilillebury, F. L. Pish of Wrgenues, J. K. Hatehelder nf Arlington, W. II. ami F. II. Pulton of Ml.lill'-bury, Henry Fairbanks ami H. C. Lie of St. .lohnsbiiiy, F D. Hale of Lun iii UTgh, K. I'. Saiitli, i'ra-.ik I.. Creeiic and li. A. Chitt-nthn of St. Albans, N. W l'isk of Isle La Motte, George M. p w, rs of .Mortisvill", F. G. nilltetlleld 01 Delby Line, J01I.1I1 Grout of Derby, '.. M. Mun s.ir of N'-W : u-t. W. II. Gilmore of I'alii. e, HrdileM Pr .-tor of Pioetor, John II. S. n-IM-. II A. Hus-e and Fred A. Howiantl of Mtintpt-lhr. Kitttedge Hiiskins of HcatHc born, W. If. C. Sllil-ney of Hethcl ttfid many others as prominent. One ot the lionoraiy members Is Preside lit William McKln'uy of Washington. The list of new iiiuiiiber: e-leetod at thu mcetini, lu thin city and those in a tendance at tlie ban quet hive uireauy uicn ptinieu. SOCIAL AT ST. PAUL'S CIIFRCH. Tho first of a series of three socials fo be given by the ladles of St. Paul's 'hurcli tills winter was held Thui.-day n-enlng in 'the chuich purloin and was largely attead cel. A'l excellent supper was served. Candy powers and fancy articles were ror salo ard nearly all deposed of. Dr. nnd Mrs. W. Seward W' bb sent a choice lot ot car nations, smllax, chrysanthemums and toMis, to be told for tho benefit of the palish. A leceptlon to lllshop Hall is being pl in ned by Ihe ladles of tho congregation but the dale has not yet 1)C'ei fixed. POHOU9 tPlASIEH THE FOR PAIN QUICKEST, SAFEST, SUREST. BEST. Nevor Accept a Substitute. Tlie " After hsviiHT a mishnn I iiifiered Atter nsMiij, a m snap, t stttiercn with pain in my left side and a hnKcrinK cough which prew worse and worse," writes iurs. v-tira dtooks, 01 mariin, l'ranklin County, Georgia. " Last spring I got past doing anytiting and my hti3lmnd went to the drug store and called for Wine ci C , and the mer chant recommended Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription, so he bought one bottle. I began to take it as directed in the namnhlet wrarmed around the bottle. The book said if the disease was compli- cated with cough to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and 'Favor- ite Prescription' alternately, and Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets, on rising every morning. Mr. Drooks went back to the elrug store and got the Golden Medical Discovery,' and I took it as directed, The cough left me at once and I began to get better so rapidly my husband was astoniihed at tnv ininrovcmcnt. I am now able to work on the farm and also do the washing for two fannies." L, 0, ALLEN FINED For tllrsal I.riinr Sailing Aildlitin Conn ty Cuurt Now lluHi-inr; nu AscAiilt Cane rrimi I.lnrolii. Mlildlebitry, Dec. 11. Addison County mi Best. Court resum -d business at o'clock Moll- street, next to the Howard Heller bt.ild- day afternoon. I.. O. Allen was arraigned lntf; tho now carriage repertory ol V. 11- upon an lndlctnvnt found by the gl.in.l Him Smith, a brick building In process of Jury last week charging him with the die- construction at the corner of St. Paul gal sale of Intoxicating liquor. He entered nnd King r.treets; n word block at tlie a plea of guilty of four ilrt olfcnces anil corner of Hyde and Winooskl avenue was lined by "the court iltou and costs with elected by O. S. Uotldt: a store and aniilteriiatlvesentei-.ee. , tenement blo-k at the corner of Cherry A Jury was then empanelled in Slate v.?. and Champlain stieets by Maria Ilyhind; Atkins a case, from Lincoln. The infol 11111- an addition to the K. li. nnd A. C. WlPt- ilnn clutrg.'s Sylvester Atkins of Lincoln' Ing mills; th new gieenhouses of H. (J. witli an nssiult upon Sidney It. Unities of Whallcy on Sholburno road and many oth- the same place December 5, IK'S. At that crs. date the parties lived near each other. Un The list ot new house? is a largo ono Hie night of tlie till nf December. Theie nnd compares favorably with that nf pre hail been a severe snow storm. Atkins vlotis yearn. It Is as follows: O. F. North, siniid to go past the place where Hut- house at th" eorner of Collece and Wil lies lived to do some work nt a barn fur- liams stre 'fs; Miss K. K. Mills, house and ther on or.-upled ),y him. On the morn- studio on the east side of William" street; ing ot the Mb liuttles was shovelling snow Mis. I.. A. froodhue, hcus-e on the north fiom nbo'lt the doorstep of bis house. At- side of Mapl" street; John Krencb, bouse kins observed that a pipe used as a chltn- m tho east side of Bast avenue; It. 1'. nt-y 011 Huttles' houe had blown away and '"ottan-,. house on the east side of South made some remark about It, when Hut- Wlllard street: V. A. Hrunell, house on tho ties cheerfully Inquired 'what in h Is that to you.' Huttles it seemed went from his door- steps to where Atkins was in the roadway Mrs. Helen Johnson, house on the west carrying Ills long handled shovel with him sid of lower Church str.-et; M. K. Mont ovcr his shoulder. Atkins had a smalt gomery, houe; on the south side of lluell cane. Those men had some ill feeling street; J. M. Kor.inl, bouse on the cast toward each other before and now Huttles side of Illodi-ett street; John W. O'Con stlrrcd that up more bv asking Atkins why nor. houso on the east side of Hastavenue: ho had cut a certain piece of wiro fenco Itobarge. house on the west side of of hW. The men wero now near together P'rew str.et; I!. L. Kent, houe oil thu antl Huttles swore that Atkins strtuk him west side of Wlrooskl avenue; J. I!, llen antl then clinched lilm and threw him der.-on, hou-o on Ihe south side of Howard down In the snow and beat him come Hreet; Peter Frank, house on the east more so that he wa.s unable to see out of 'le of Intervale evenue; Mrs. Mary M. one eye for sevt-ral davs. was In bed threo Strong. l.oue. at the corn-r of P.uell street davs and unable to work for a week. At- a,uI Orchard Terrace; J. D. Tousley, house, kins was so angry he said that he sworo n" he vest side of low r Church street; ho woultl kill him. The Stato put in Its Lawrence Hartley, house 011 the. north side evidt not. and tho defense examined several nt Collecrj street; Thomas Itulter, housu witnesses. There ale still a few- witnesses "U the north side of Howard street: Ml- for the tlefeiise to Ik.- heard. A NOTED WILL CONTEST 1 Iteleg tfe-Hril llrfuin the I.nm ills (,'ouDly 1 (!onrt Sr i one l.rgM 1 h1- i lliizng d. Hyel- Park, Pee. 11. At tlio 1 econvenlng cf ccurt Monday afiemnn the Chaunc -y Winner will cao was taken up with C. V. Witters of St. Albans, Lieut. -Cov. Itat'-s antl Ceorcn Pov I'm fr.r Ihe iiitmlnis. frato.- of the estate antl Seneca M.i-eltun, V. A Htlllard, e.-Uov. Ilcnilee ..ml 11. Vt Hullurd for the proponent. The bar ustd clo-e s?rutlny In the selection of tlie trial Jtitors excusing six before thev nhtaltu-d H'eh parties to act as wero acquaint-?.! least with tlie; facts of tlie case or weie likely to have any opinion concerning it. Tlie first, witness to be examine d 111 be hnlf of tho es;aie was Dr. Hrush of Cam bridge, lie gae as testimony that Mr. Winner was an old acquaintance of his and that dtirimr tin- la-l few ve.np of his life lie had hud m:re or less t- uiversatiuii Willi iilni. He never saw- Mr. Warner when he thought that his mind was tail ing but said that he va.-, not the attend ing physician at his la-t s!kn -ss. Dr. Hi-iwh w.i-i one of the partus ptes pres. nt at the txeciiilon of Mr. Warners last will and wits witness to the same. Dr. Crush further testified thai Mr Wamcr was a man of decided epinloiis ami inteniUd to caiy them out to the lnt of his abilities. P. C Wells, one of Ihe other panics whe was present ut tho signing of tho will was tho next to tako the stand. Ilo had only lived In Cambridge since lStil anil had had but few business, dealings wr.h him but thought Mr. War ned retained .a sound .nlntl tinting his laic veurs. At this polm ill- eonltlitH ot ihe will wero read which hiqueuthid nil his tirop. rty both 1e.1l and personal to tin- St. Albans hospital, tils listitutlon to lit- only the income on Hie funds les-rUng inough funds to defray tuueial expenses and wis- all his ibbi. Tlio case of Lizzie llrownell vs. Georgo Urown.. I was heard. This is a petal, n f. o .llvnren no the Cl-uuml of lntolernl,l severity em the part of the said George, The testimony on tho part of tile petition er Indleati-d that at several timet, the oe tleuee laid vlolmt bands on tlie petitlomr, sti Iking her in the face and knocking her down and at one time, after ho knocked hc-t tlown, he choked her. This evidence was buU-ttantlatctl by threeotherwliiies-cs i ho custody of a mltior child was asked for ty the petitioner. The deo'slou was reserved. CHIEF SMITH'S RESIGNATION. Accepted Mmiduy hy .llnyor Ittibertt ucci,iinir N"l Y t Anuntliirf il. Mayor Hoh.rt Huberts has accepted the resignation ot Chief of Pollco !.. J. Smith (lied with him about mo week ago to tako effect on December lo, which Is next Prl- day. Tlu contest lunong Ihe canttldales fer tlie place mado vacant is apparently narrowing down lo a somewhat smaller number of men than entered tlio nice up- I on til aiinjiinceinrnt Unit a vacancy 1 would occu.'. If MayuK Coberts lias tlecld 1 ed upon a m ill for tlio position ho has not I yet announe -d or publicly indicated his 'choice. Tlio olllce property of Chief Smith has been sold by him to themayor for tho use of tlie Incoming olllelul. Thu letter accepting Chief Smith's resig nation was an follows; Hlltililgton, Vt., Dee. 11, ISM). Loomls J. Smith. Esq., Chief of Police: Dear Sir: -Your conimunicitlon of tho 4th ntt.. Is iccelved 111 which you resign the olllce of chief of police to take effect on th 10th day of December, lV.a 1 11m constrained, under the circumstances, heieby to accept your resignation to lake effect on tint date. Heclproi-atlng tin expressions of good will contained In your letter, I am, ory tJncerely yours, HOUICUT HOHEKTS, Mayor. $460,000 IN NEW BUILDING, AMOUNT EXPENDED IN BURLINGTON the past year. IMmiind! Illgli School, Iturllngfnn Si llig llmik, Sheparit .t Mnrir l.umbsr Mill, (Jui-en City Ciitttin ,11 III n,l .It nit ml Cerenlit Cntupiiny llrad tlir Mat. The yrir which will be brought to a close by tlie lust of flu presmt month hnn been a year or healthy growth and kos perity for the city of lluiiiiigton In tin way of new htitnes and buslnin-t ami pub lic buildings. A levlew or the work ulong Hie liti" of liulldlng shows a steady growth for the city, well distributed upon tllfler- tni streets. Among the list of new bulld- '"gs theio lire some expensive on of 1 11- ,i ,,,-ltitr construction end well-chosen nr- chfectui-al dcHlgn, which tho present gen- ,.ratlon will leave behind them still In the noontlay of their usefulness. A careful estimate of the amount of ran. Hal put Into new buildings .11 this city tor tho year 1JJ, mntlo by a conservative builder, is $-IM,('i. 1 Thero hnv been and nmv are In pror.esi of construction In the. city no les thnn S2 new dwelling.!. Of tl If nggrcgate 10 are the now tenements erected upon Cor.grr, Lakeside and Harrison avenues by the ijueen city cotton company, etgnt nro houses erected In different portions of the city by A. C.Hmlth nnd five are new rcsi- I,"l,'f1 erected upon Ilrookes avenue by .nov. - A. Woodbury. . ofA ?Vh,Vfor I o iX'mti tho mnKnllu,CMt nv ..-amunds' High sihool, which brings words ot eommetidi- tion not only from residents but fem -vtry visitor, the hantlsDme new corner Intllillng of the Ilurllngton Savings bank no1 i' "ompleted In its interior and the smnll but unique Hnglesby block' on Col- it ge strenf. in th list uf bullilingf In which manufacturing or other industries are to bo cariietl on uiv tho large in w 1 mill of tho Queen City Cottcn company, ! Willi Its area of 3r,rv square feet of boor I space; tlio plant of the She p.ird & Mono j.un.iier company, new throughout intl built to take the place of the old plant I destroyed by flro; the new bull ling of tin Malted Cereal company on Pine street, now In proems of oivctlcti; the rc.con;r'tc. tlnn of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic acatl-1 emy. the lie v Clement block on Pearl' east sluo of Itussell Hreet; Fted Harder, house on Spring street; A. L. Marrow, houso on tho west side of Shelhurnn street; chael Conk, nous- on the north sld of Pearl street; Payette L. Davis house on North street; William Join, house ni. tho corner of lijoth and North stre. is; W. O. Sliattuek, house nt No. 150 Loomls street, W. A. "Tyler, house at No. LC2 Pearl street; I), .f. Hond. house at the south side of Loomls street; lleiupre antl Lowrey, house on tho south side 5f Hl-ltok Place; F. J. He.itty. noli" at the com. r of Loom ls and Nortn L'nlon streets. II. J. John son, houso on the e.,st side of nailery Mreet; James Kcnneuy, nouse on me l.oriu side of llenrv street: Jos-ph L I. il )tii, l'-ousc at No. SO Arehlbald street; Joseph I-avols, heitse at tlie t crner of Howard aml Haywaid streets; W. Ii Weller, h.u-o at npruco street; i.ay ana m ntier sen, house on the vst side of sunn 11 l ird street; Mitchell Wlllett, houso on tho 1 1st sldt- of St. Paul street. GeiTg- C. Iluxton, hnu"'? on the east side of N'irth l attery street: Josetih P. Glr.inl h n-e on the east side of Walnut slriet; Kizr r fluecoltc, hous,- on the south .'le of l'ow- 'I'd stieef; ,1. R. McLaien ho ie on ' " east side of South Wlllard stir i; .1 S. 'tlorg.in, hou.-e ,m the noith side of Henry sir, t. John K Pox. hou to at X "i Pearl Hlivoi: lleorge P. Tuttle, heu.s' ' !i the west sid of Pueih street, Mts J 1 1 Wins and .Mrs. P. W. Hryant. house it No. 3f3 College s'evet ; I! O. White, lio. -e on the south side of Wllsin street ; Ml Poe Lauz .11. Jiou-e c.n the w et lde t.f North WlllarJ str. cf II. I.. Ad.1111. house ,-lt tne corner Ol till. II xtreei ll'in 'Hi ii.l'il Ti rrnco; Kdwird Lafi imtain. lion-', at the e-.il- .! of Drew and Ftrons str.-eis; C,e,,ige W. Drown, houe at the lorner of W.utl antl Dr.-w streets; M. H. Casey house on ihe east side of Greene street; Tnomas Kedmond, house on east side of Crown's c.-uit: John Wlli-on, house on the south mho of i.oonns -iippi, ami a n-use on i - north side or lnotr.is street, a. 1 . r-.niui, lious' on the north side of Cuell stieer, he use on th north side cf luell street 'ur Orchard Terrace, bouse at No. -3 Loomls Mn-t. houe at No. 1. .seiio.51 street; house ut No. 3d hchool stre. t. house the. wen sldo of Orchard Terrace house on the cast side of school street nlld a llOUSO Oil tilt- Cist Side Of L.tll street. CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR FR. CLOAREC. Ilia rrlbloiieis I'lrnirtl With Ills Ap p 'Intiiii-nt in. Viriir-fienrrnl. A movtiment is on foot among the par- Ishloners of St. Joseph's ctuircli to f.ir- mally tend r their thanks 10 xnsnop .tncii 1111I for havltur niiiKint'-tl their pastor, P.ev. J. M. Cloarec. to tho ofllco of vicar general of the diocese. At a inoetlng call ed by H?v. J. M. IV'ithucl the stvretury was authoilztl to willu a letter to the bishop r-ontalnlng the formal expression. committer ot tnree was apponieu 10 furnish un address to accompany a purso of iiiJll-'y .vhlch is to be presented to Civ. rather Cloii-ec. Tho amount which this purse will outaln has not been decided, hut It will orob.ibly teach H. The pre sentatlon will bo in St. Joseph s cluiivn on , Clu lstmas night, whin the w hulo congro- gallon will be present. The Cev. 1i'wis O. Crnstow, D. P., pto fessor of hoinllctlcs In tlie Vale Divinity School, has lieen appointed Yale College pesior for tin coming year. As a euro for rheumatism Chamberlain's Pnlu Calm Is gaining a wide reputation. D. C Johnston of Clclimond, Irvd., lies boon troubled with that ailment slnco 1AC5. In speaking of It he says: "I never found anything that would relieve 1110 until I used Chamberlain's Pain Calm. It acts like magic witli me. My foot was swollen and paining me very much, but ono good application of Pain Calm relieved mt, Per sale by W. J. Henderson, druggist. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure "Digests what you cat." crop can grow with- out Potash. lEvcrv blade of; Grass, every grain of Corn, all Fruits and Vegetables must have it. If enough is supplied you can count on a full crop--if too little, the growth will be " scrubby." Send for our boolit t1Iin;t all about composition ri fertilisers best adapted for all crops. Theycsstyoi nothing. CEK.MAN KALI WORKS, 93 NaisauSt., New Yort Cure That Cold With A Sure Remedy for COUGHS COLDS CROUP Dee lit, 1933. J. Di:vEni,r riAnn!"ot. IDS) .-.jenmnre S , 1'fteTn! urp, Vs., Pay: "There U nothinz cq al Ij Pftij Pectoral fur t ouglis ami lo.us. I 1... cil it for Croup ami Iluiivowfa wita my cliiiilrcn and i t liai a ted adut.ral.. Ulg ilottlcs, 25c. DAVIS & LAWRENCE CO,. Ltd., Prop's Perry Dads' Pain-Kilter. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Slippery Walks Are a very fi e per t cause of 1 1 1 - 1 1 injuri.fl. Would j"- r income take 1 ire your exneusi s 1 1 were laid up 1 1 -six weeks with m Injury, the re-. 1,1 1 a fall on a shpp ry walk? Why nut ! on accident " 1 that will make - n 1 your f-alary In 1 -you are laid up 1 y an accident. T best accident poll v on earth Is IsMicd 1 y the Travelers ' Hartford ut as inw rates as the "ju-t as good" kind antl 13 sold by T.S. Peck Agent. Burlington, Vt, Singing Canary, tl "." x'n n g r J. $2.W and $.1 1 Any cxtrt s,, g, r r r j ing can b- changed Sq-iarc ) ' s 1 Jl (X , l.irger. Jl Vi and $- ) i n 1 I r best quat.ty. Iiird.s nni ,ic - f preset 'i receipt of prt e lie r s 1 Hook on Hinls. ISA pages. s r 'ii about singing, mat. ng. 'jel i- ing and prices, by mil ' ' f 1 stamps. G. H. IIOLDE.N, 11 P w 10m f lioston. Quality, Comfort and Durability are combined in th" e ' r 1 1 WATERLOO SLEIGHS.! I have a car loai uf this sc., "-n's rak( nf these hieh er.nlrt sleius wb 1 I si ,il sell at very- reason idle pr s It wl 1 y mi to see tin n bef.-n I personally u . tr i.it, LOO Sl.KIGH I sell. (v y WATEC JOHN H TUTTLE. Maplo Street lieposltory, Par .ng' m Vt w.u DEATH OF E. H. PROUTY. A Nstlvn of .Iirli'tiii, VMio Spent lolt ol Ilia Llf" in Ihnt Tew R, H. Prouly died Monday even ng at 11 o'clock at his hou in Jcn.i.o af ir an t 1 ness of about out and om-h.ur y irs, thu cause be'nc general break. ng town Mr. Prouty was born In Jtrlch yens gu and passed mo-t of his lift t re 1 r ' several years l-o was a mi -.TS-ful 1 I J keeper nt Vnderhill but for the 1 isi w , yeais he has been n tired Ho Is sun ved , by six children. Prank of Deuoit, Mil h , j Mrs. A. IX Cradford of Sw.int n Mrs W, A. Pollard of Jericho, Charlis, I'nl an.l E. II. of this city. PETITION IN HANICRfPTCV. Two petitions In voluntary 1 irkrni tcj were tiled Thursday. They wero as fol lows : Pretlerick 11. Kimball ot He kinghiim liabilities Idf'i'US nsstts Jl'V.. extutrt $. 0 Daniel Dutcher of St Albans, liabilities f!r12.07. assets JCOOI, exempt $(). CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Boars tho Signa-tu.ro of O S 1 O 30L X J. . Bein tie ,lw Ha8 Wwas IB 8 Cure M II 1 -