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LlJii BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1DU1.
i THE HI n UPP HIVP niiv vrjui uiviv in t 1 J Walking ! Skirts Any doctor of good sense and good taste, if asked how loner t a woman's skirt should be, would say: "Long X enough to skip the dirt of the sidewalk or crossing,, or rath X cr short enough. f And sensible Z coming to think women arc so by thou- sands. A fairly short skirt with firm X ly built but shapely shoe (Soro X sis for instance) is discreet and pretty. The skirt may be long X enough to almost entirely hide X the shoe Our walking skirc is the $7. 50 quality, style and finish; all sizes and lengths. ' Flare or flounce shape, 20 rows of stitch X ing and an unmistakable bar- (Oxfords iat 98o. CITI NEWS. CITY AND VICINITY Miss Abble Seney Pickle of Lynn, Mass., ml J S' i'h 1. rose of Smith Hero wero ma Tied In this city Satmday cvenlnp. Ocartje D. Smith ltaves In a few days for mherst, Mass., to take a courso us pupil U'iruiian In Amherst college. I Vord has been rcctlved by their friends stock in butcher shop lit claims JlTf, e.-, o'Drlen ,t Sheehan stored at Howird of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mm, cmpt. 'Park. McKanna was arrested Tuesday Thom.is II. Cantleld, of Lake Park Minn. OcorRe Polworth was In city Court Tiles- but wns relea-od upon his promise to re- Udward Martin and Miss Kllzabeth Mor- day mornlim- for Intoxication. Ilo """n to tho pollco olllce yesterday. In rls, both of this city, were married at St. pleaded not sullty but was found fnillty Mend of dolns that he saw the other boys Joseph's church Monday mornlni?. Mgr. and lined J.", and costs of JK, r.,i, with an al- nni1 they all went to Ksscx Junction, J M Cloareo ofllclutcd. tern-ite sentence of ten days In Jail. Ho wlu re they have since been. j The public schools opened Monday with '" an" frleu ' "o sum of T1 tn ,)rl;k chimney wnlch itcod In iin Increased attendance. There arc : pupils In tho Hlsh School, 33 more than last year, and others are expected. Mrs. Winifred Gorman has received no tice from I'otiBrossman D. J. Foster that sJie has been frranted a widow's pension of is per month from July, JW. The bankruptcy petition of M. G. Mc- 1a nl of liarre was filed Thursday. UN liabilities aro 2fiQ.7G, with no assets. He claims 150 exempt. DurinK the month of AiiKUst 11 marrl- iii-o !1 erses wero granted ly the city late hanuicl Huntlncton unit spent a num. v ns accomplished In less than fifteen mln elerk The number was considi rably less her of years In this city. He wns a lawyer utcs. than daring tho previous two months. with an olllce in Mw 1 ork city, and un- .... i T. ,. 'married. A II. Crcukctt of the Free Press staff' his accepted a posliion on the editor! ilj Kt. Hov, Jvhn S. Mlchnud bus appointed st iff r i the St. Albans Mcssoncer and will Hev. J. D. McGnrry assistant to Itov. Fr. lit .,- duties on tint tinner Monduv. I pept -id. Dr P. II Mc.Sweeney purchied yester day the K. H. Wull'ei' place on Flmwjod a.ci no for a c oiislrleration of 7,iVrt. Ho will occuoy the prcmites ns a residence i nd olrlce. An Odd Fellows' encampment will bo In-1 Jinbs., addressed the people and at :t fciitu'cd at nrlsto). October S. 'Ilir.e de- vi0ck Mrs. Tllley Itcynolds of Trov, K. r.rees wid be work.d, the llrst by Middle, y Kavc a(1(lt.C!)s- short (,,,rPt.h,..s lairy encampment, the. second by Ituliand the campers wero made durliiK tho even imd the third by Burlington. , ) Frank Flint of Colchester, who was fined Jnmes Hums wns brought to the jail $t00 and cots of $12. "1 for acting as an In this city yesterday by Deputy Collector ngert In the snlo of Intoxicating llrpior, of Internal Itevenue'A." II. King of llerk was put In custody of tho probation officer ! shire. Hums was enuuht bv tlu denuiv Tuesday by Justice George W. Dcbervllle. nurPngtnn clergymen all lefernd In their .-i rmons Sunday to the attempted as sa -piation of President McKlnlev and fihio of them declared that It was time anar' hlsts and their publications weio surpr ssed II it Kent has brought a suit against Dr. F I-rnt Parker to recoer iM ji.ild him for meui al services. A demurrer was filed What For? To clean up twenty-five patterns of all wool Ingrain carpet, I have selected the same from 75 cent quality and offer them from now until gone at 49 cents per yard. Lyman P. Wood, Carpets and Wall Papers, Bank St., Burlington, Vt. "COLLAR YOUR DOG." Your selection from half a hundred patterns all kinds all sizes. Strap Collars 10c to 25c. Chain Collars 25c to 7sc. Studded Collars 25c to $1.7s. Spiked Collars $1.25 to $2.00. Bull Dog Collars $1.25 to $2.00. Dog Leads, Dog Whips, Dog Whistles, Dog Muzzles, Dog Collar Locks and Hells. JOHN A. MANSO X & CO. 98 Church St., BURLINGTON, VT, Pctililic1iPl IRK ju ivoiunfiioiivu ijuv v Beautiful Ribbons BETTER THAN tVER. NOTABLY: Liberty satin taffeta, soft fin ish, the correct ribbon for tics. Delicate, soft, light colorings a regular 40c quality 25c Yd Also new Roman stripe rib- J bons, a comprehensive line of shadings and combinations. J Roman stripes arc the vogue this season, so you can buy X T ? early with a certainty of having the correct style. New Suitings Different and bet- T thnn tint- nf i. icr w.m ui.it ui T rnMii cn'icrtne Etamln Cloth mixtures, plain Z colors and black, sott gooa j weight, the best cloth for scr- o viceable suits and the price with- j in the reach of any purse. ' Yours not to question why yours but to come and buy. X X Tan Vici Kid Oxfords, nearly 1 ' - all sizes, the last lot wc shall have Value S2.00. And We can't buy X v any more at this price, So take V the chance while you may. THE OLD BEE HIVE X t , to the declaration end the case Is set IrT henrlnp In City Court Thursday afternoon I at o'clock . The case of Dr. . C, . B. I lr.ndcrs s. A. IV .. X ... V. - - V itice W. 1 1. Colllson. Tho suit was brought to collect a bill for medical services, Judgment was rendered for the plaintiff for $30 and cnsis. David X. Meany of Hollows Falls, filed a pennon 1.1 minium J .....miuiin, li.- Frl- day. Ills llnbl lilies are Jl (.., ,.,, of which M) is secured anil M..V1 SI unsecured. lilt! assets are Jlf..2-t...-tn, of which U) H Iiose Foil ruler, who was recently chained by f.ov. W W. Stleknev from crossing was razid to the Kronnil Thurs htitc's pilson, whero she was serving a l1a' mornlnR. Tlie svork wan accompllsh- 20 car's sentence, has arrived at her ho'no In Colchester. Tho discharge was 'onillilonal and was crantcd because of,fc,"tn corners in tnc cnimney commenccl the woman's phyflcul condition. She can- taKliiR cut bricks and wlien they had ?e m t walk or htanl alone. ! moved about 2"o the structure broke .abmit ... : News was received In this city yesterday of tho sudden death In Phoenix, Arizona, l-ist Sunday nik'ht of Samuel HuntliiKton. Mr. Huntlnston was an adopted son of the ''annoy in hi. i-eier parisn iiuuand. Father McGairy will toke the nl.-.e.. nf H.v. Dr. Cahil whom the Plshoi i, ijii.. . 1 tie last meetings of the Spiritualist camp meeting wero hold Sunday. In the i In. ,1'nl I, I Mr l'lltr-l .lwtf.f rt l.i'tin while smuggling 4,'i pints of whiskey and gallon of high wines Into this country from Canada He will be brought before Commissioner Johnson. In thc estate nf John Ferguson of this itv Hllhu ir. Taft was appointed admin istrator Tuesday In probate court. O. P. HayandS.M. Flint wero appointed commis. sUmers and It. H. Klohardson and Daniel Milll. mi of So'jth Burlington were ap pointed appraisers. Ferguson disappeared 'from Hiirllnnton over 15 years ago nnil nothing lins slnco boon honrd of him. In the oslnle of Elizabeth T. Mnrombor of Essex, 15. II. Mneombcr wax appointed ad ministrator. In tho estato of Grorgo A. Holloy of Kscx tho report of tho commis sioners 011 homestead wiis tltod nnd a II- censo to sell rrnl otnto wns grnntcd. There !vns u settlement nnd elc.-rco lit tho estato of Alonzo lv. Jacobs or Hicnmonu. Joseph MeCnrty, who war mentioned In yesterday's Fire Press ns being llneil '0 for a hirirh of Hie peaces upon Thnmiii Donlln, w.ii nriestcd ngoln yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Heeves en n rlt In n suit brought by Dnilln to secure J."(0n damage. Dunlin wns hurt In a dispute which oc curred In a (i.'ime of cards. In l'robnte Court yesterday II. 8. Tut tin and Samuel Keeler were appointed commissioners ami appraisers In the estate I of Klmer J. Hunt of Ersex. Nolllo H. , Hunt Him appointed ndtr Inlslrntrlx. In .i., ..,..,,. nt t....i. n..fi,n ic'im.,...., .1 ! tflll .-,., tn- i..aI,.(a .....1 r. l,..'.fl,.r- will bo held October lt. In this estato of Mary Cmdcn of Port Henry, N. V., Henry Conlln was appointed iidmlnlstritor. During the month of August CM Imml giantH wore admitted to tho United States through the district of Verinont. The countries from which they came wore: ' Kilssda 501. Austria 2S dermany 2.', Italy 20, Houmanla 15, Swrden 11, Syria 11, Po-. land Aral land ,", Armenia 3, Hungary 7, Finland,, ibla, fiiillela ami France two each, nghitul, fit ecce, Holland, Norway and Scotland nun each. Jnsrph MeCnrty, who was arrested Mon- dny night by Deputy Shrrlft Hrrvcs. wns ,n (,o(irt TllrP,,ay for a lir,nch nf th . i . i . n... . .. ,1 i pence Me pleaded utility end was llno.l .') nnd rosts. The breach of the peace con sisted of a scrap ivrr u ami' of cards be tween the defendant and Thomas Donlln. During the scuffle the latter had an oye (seriously Injured. The trouble occurred In u'Mom on Church street. j In Probate Court Saturday the will In the estate of William S. Freeman of Plrii moml was proved and Frank F. Freeman, C. P. It io.nl i and A. T. Stevens were ap pointed con'mlsslontrs and nppralseni: In the estato of Henry F. Hlckok of Hnr HiiKtcn the will was proved and HlUabcth T Hlrlfok was nnnolnted eeciitriy: !n tho (,t"t ci Aionso k. Jacobs of Richmond I1fr. ivna n liniirlncr ntt Reltten.enl. A meeting of the dealer? and producers of milk who have ben cotitemplatlnR tho I fcrtnnUnn of the yh.,l(sale Milk Dealers' Association war li - 1 -I Saturday mornlni; at 1 o'eloek .it the Hotel IturlliiBton. Not lrri-'e number v. ere prrsent ind the meet-' li.ir was ad.loumcd without date. The movement for r.n association was st.irt vl a couple of weeks aRo l ot not cr.out;li dialers could bo Interested to make It n siieci s at pi . sent. A license to sell real estate, was Krante.l Frlda by the probate court In the es tate of Solon I'". Castle of Westford. Frank 'Mtfwood and K. M. Horton woru appointed commissioners In the estate of Henry Clrecn of Colchester, Fred Hc.iupre and C. Oermaln were nppolntnl cninmlslnncri in me csiaie oi ,iopup doit or lluriliiKton, , thp ,,st,U(1 nf Mnn. JnhnaQn of ton t'lero was a settlement ,.nd decree a-d , ie 0!.l;lto ,lf 0r;is ,!ra(, v nf wmMol, the commissioners- report was- lllcd. ( tiler llrownell reeelvid a telephone mes saire from Kshpx .lunctlon last evening im- r.ouneliiK that three boy. who were want- ,,v .., ,,, , rtl..n, fol. Htfnlln- h.ld ,,, MK,,t. T)lo ,,OVH. mimos are ror. ,if,Ui McKnnln nml H) ,, T, ,,avo ..rn st.,in i,r!lvK rr, ,,, rn ', P I'"' ""'i'""' ""''i ru :n uio dls-l'lul ol oiiepe sireei near fie lauroi.i 0,1 expodltioiHly. As soon as the S:M "'"In pulled out two men en each of tho ten reet Irom tho Ktound and caved In. crumbling end fnlllntr In n l,mn nmiin.i the bare Tin dust arising rrom the ruin whs so trrc.-u tb.it munin rtnnrii titr Inn IrAt apart could not see each other. The Work Lottor to F. W. Ward. Ihtrlinijtnn, 17. Dear Sir: The late Pre-ident nf tho Cro. '.' "lewder, ., Illllll 'He llnest house In ill that legion, in ISM. mil paintid It with lead nnd oil at a cost In 1W tlnee years he repalntevl It witn Devoe at a cost of J3.V). In 1OT this paint was In good condition. I. end and oil, three years. Devon i-ISO, ten years. Yours truly, F. W. DKVOB CO. P. S. Geo. I. Hngar Katat9 sella our paint In your section. AUTUMN WEDDING. Q. N. Bourquo nnd Evelyn Chayor Mar ried at St. Joseph's Church. A very pretty autumn wedding was foI emnlzid at HI Joseph's church yesterday morning when Miss ICvelyn Horlonsc, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Albert 1". Chay ir of Decatur street became the bride of George Napoleon Hoiiimuc. The Interior of tho edllice was beautifully decorated for the oeraslon. About tho altar rail and upon the Mepn leading to the sanctum y, palms, pottnl plants, chrysanthemums and other cut flowirs were massid o a.i to produce a most pleasing effect. At D o'clock the wedding p.utv entered the church. The bridegroom anil his best man, Alfred Ilousj-eau entered lrom iho side and advanced to the front of the church to meet thc other members of tho bridal party. First came the ushers, Ar thur Kousseau and ticorgu Velle, follow ed by the Mower girl, little J.ucille Cham paviiie, who was dressed very daintily in white orgnndie over yellow slllt. .She car ried a bouquet of jellow crysanthemums. Next c.inie the bride upon the arm of her ialher. Albert V. Ch.iyer. She was attlrid In a charming gown of whlto polnte d' es prit over white silk cut en tralno and trim med with embroidered chiffon. WIer hat wns a beautiful creation of mousselalnu de sole trimmed wdth gilt passementerie. She carried white chysanthcniiims. The members of the party now Joined nnd advanced within the sanctunry whero the m.irrlage ceremony was performed by Mgr. J. M. Clonrec. The wedding march from Dohcitf,rIn was plaxcd by F. J. Beaupte and during tho ceremony relatives of the bride rendered several approprlato selections, Including the duet "Vent Jesu" by Joseph Freniau and Miss Marie Chayor, solo "Ave Maria," by Joseph Fremau, solo "O h'alutnrls by Miss Marie C'hayer nnd a duet "O Hponso Ml" by Mr. Fremau and Miss Chuyci. After tho ceremony the bridal party and friends icpalred to the bride's homo and partook ol a bountiful wedding breakfast. A inception follownl and nunnrous friends of the newly wedded pair took occasion to extend congratulations and good wishes. 'I'hey were also the recipients of many choice and valuable presents. Among tlioso from out of town to attend the nuptials wero Misses Carrie and Maud 1'ortler of Brandon, Mrs. Bourquo ami daughters and William Rourque of Mil Ion. Amid showers nf rice Mr. and .Mrs, Kouninc left on the 11;':0 train to spend their honeymoon In Iioslon and Manches ter, N. II. They will be nt homo to their friends at 13 Murray street after October 1st. Minister Wu has promised tho nuthor Itlcii of tho St. Louis World's Fair Hint he will do all In his power to Indneo Chlni to make un olllclal exhibit nt tho fair, NOTION. Notlco Is hereby given that I have given my num. I.eland C'agua nnd Leonard fugue, their lime during tho remainder of their minority and shall clnlm no wages mid pay no debts of their or either of their contraction after this dato, It li limouil, VI , Sept 7, ItKil, JOSIIIMI PAdl'IS. 1 1 In muik X (Witness to uiaik Ifcduiou Green). DOGS OF MANY KINDS, Kennel Club's Exhibit at Green Mountain Rink. Sovornl Classes Judtred Yestor,day nnd Prizes Awnrdod-Two Valuablo Cnnlnos Ownod by Dr.W. S.Wobb MlssInir-8how a Croat Success. The first exhibit of tho Chnmnlnln Ken nel Club opened In tho Oreen Mountain Itlnk on Chinch street yesterday mornliu at 10 o'clock. Despite the Inclement weather, Inrg'j numbers of people visited tho rink throughout the day and tho Hull cntlcns nil point toward the success of thl.) I ro.'cct liii.ugiir.itcd by the Kennel club Two very valuable dogs owned by I5r. W. Seward Webb wero lost beforo their ar rival at the show. The most valuable of these dogs was a colllo worth J.V. It was taken with other dogs from Ne-bft-s.i-ne 1'ark In the Adirondack nnd when en route for this city on Wednesday tho ani mal jumped frtm a enr door between Ma Irne nnd Houses Point. This dog was one of the best In the Wehb Krnncls and Hie tuiln was stopped ns soon ns It wns niNs ed nnd a man wns left behind to continue) t lie search but ut a late hour no fovorablo it ports had been received. Thc ml-lng dog was not quite two years old. II.t nn i esters were eh. 1'olgregglc Hope, and tjuarter Ivy. Sim was entered In clns .'0, lunlco co'lles and nlso In tho limit das. The fox hound Jnhpcr which was entered In class 12 Is nlso missing from the Woh'j ki'iinels. The judging commenced nt 2 o'eloek yesterday nf lei noon, the Judge of all Iretels being .Irmes Mortimer, who was a jui'ge at the Pan-American exposition and who came here? from tho Toronto 1'og Show, lie is u'so editor of the Terf, Field and Farm published In New York. THH PKIZIO WINNERS. The prize winners ate as follows: Class 1, Mastiffs, open, dogs and bitches, llrst prize of to S. J. Jientty's l)ul". Class .1, St. ncriu.rii's, nolcc, doiM and bitches, llrsi prize of J,", to F. J. (ioiild's I. yv.dhurst Nigger; second prize of J3 to Fannie- Hrndhe's l.lcn; third prize of a diploma to Mrs. I. J. Morgan's culonel. C. I.. Traey's Iloderlck nnd Hob Macrae's Prince were highly commended and II. C. J'rcwn's I.Midhurst Jean was very highly commended. Class 4, St. liernards, limit, dogs and bitches, (l''M prize nf to F. J. Clould's Iyiieihurst, l'eiiuty. Class ., St Pe rnards, open, dogs and bitches, llrst prize of $.' to F. J. Cii.uld'.! lIorrM.i .les.'cmlne. ('lass 514 St. Heniards (smooth) open, I dogs ann bitches, llrst prize of fu to F. .1. (iocld's Huron Smibrldge. Winners, dm a and bitches, first, F. J. Gould's llorsn'a .la'-'lmlne, le-eive to I'. J. Clould's l.md b i r-1 Heautv, C'l.u-res il, 7 S F.ngllsh bloodhounils, open, dugs and bitches, llrst prize of J.". to .1. I.. Wine-hell' Clothe. This dog also re ci h e d a Mlve r medal. "lass 9 Uusslan wolfhounds, open, dues and bitches, llrst pilze of " to Terra Cotta. kennels. Kynla, second prize of $3 to Te rr.i Cotla kennels, Sir Koswald. Silver nnd il won by Terra Cotta kennels, Kynla. (lass to Gi rvhounds, open, dogs and bitches, llrst prize of to 1Z. M. Old hum's hlilwlnd. Cln'-s 12 Fox hounds, open, dogs nnd bitches, first prize of to to 1 1. K. CurtN s Mike; second prize of $3 to W. S. Webbs I Mn. Class 13 Ueagles, Novice, first prize of to Or. W. F. Taylor's Kugene. '""lass H Peagles, limit, dogs nnd blti li es, Prst prize of $1 to Dr. W, IT. Tayloi s Hector D. Silver medal won by Pr. W. L. Tr ior's Hector D. winners, beagles, llrst Dr. Taylor's Hector I)., reserve. Dr. T.'iyloi'a Eugene. Class 1C Dachshunds, open, dogs nml bitches, llrst prize of f."i to E. Marvin s, 1 Merino; second prize nf $1 to E. Marvin s H.iidwlck; ihlrd prize of diploma to E. Mart In s Zelona. Class 17 Pointers, novice, dogs, llr-t prize of $r to M. T. Mason's Flyntsh" ; second prize nf $3 to It. I. Holbrook's Pete; third prize of diploma to C. E. Irving s, Sport. Class 17',i Pointers, limit, dogs, first prize of $."i to F. D. Harrows, Flynt; sc -euid prize of $1 to It. I. llolbroeik's Pete; third prize of diploma, to C. E. Irving' Sport. Class IS Pointers, open, dogs, llrst prize of r to J. F. Campbell's Canadian Dnxter; second prize of $3, to F. D. Harrows' Flynt; thiid prize of diploma, to II. I. Holbroul. s Pete. Silver medal to J. F. Campbell h Canadian Dexter. Class 1M,j Pointers, novice, bitches, fit -t prize ol ?" to A. J. Taylor's Malva of Kent; second prize of J3 to Dr. II. U P.ichc'i Hose II.. third prize of diploma, to A. G. Fournler's Flossie Jingo. Class 15-Pnlntcrs, limit, bitches, first prize of 5 to A. J. Taylor's Malva of Kent; second prize ol J.1 to Dr. II. I.. Pachc's Hoxo II.; third prize of diploma to M. T. Mason's Qiitcksnnd. Class m't Pointers, open Pitches, Hist prize of to A. J. Taylor's Malva of Kt nt ; fecnndjprlze nf 3 to Dr. 11. I.. Pache s lloe II; third prize of diploma to A. O Fournler's Flossie Jingo. Winners, Point ers. Dogs and Pitches, llrst J. V. Can p bell's Canadian Dexter, icterve, F. I.. Harrows, Flvnt. (""lass in -English Setters, Puppies. Doss and Pitches, llrst prize of ?i to Evans Pros',, Maplehnrst Go. This dog als-o won Silver medal. llass 21 English Setters, Novice, Dogs md Hitches, third prize of a diploma to Evans Pros'.. Muplehnrst Hrotkel. Class 22 English Setters, Limit Dogs and Illtehes, third prize of diploma to Evans Urns'., Maplehurst tirockel. Cl.iss CI English Setter', open Hltche-. third prize of diploma to Evans Pros'., M i pehurst Proekel. C'hifs 2."-Irish Setters, Puppies, Dog iind Ditcher, llrst prl7.o of $3 to I.ymati P Wood's Tom, Clan 2ft Illsh Setters, Novice Dogs nnd Hitches, lust of $." to D, ,. Morgan's Jo.-.; i-eeond prize of J3 to IC I. Hall's l.ady Law; third prize of ellploma to Dr. C. A Gale's Nancy Jarvis. Class 27 Irish Setters, Limit Dogs nnd Hitches, Urn prize of Jj to II. C. Drowns Hen Law II. Class 2S Irish Setters, open Dogs, first prize nf J.'i to Dr. C. A. Gale's Champion Hen Law; second prize nf 1 to Miss M. E. Perry's Signal Hen; silver medal won 1 y Dr. C. A. Gnle's Champion Den Law. U Mi nors, Irish Setters, Dogs mid Did her, llrsi Dr. C. A. Gale's Chnmplon Hen Law, te si rve, Miss M, E. Perry's Slgnnl Den. Dr. Gale won silver cup for best four Irish Si t teirs exhibited. Class 2!-Gordon Setters, first prize of $5 to C, D. Htnckwell's Pluto. Class 31 Cocker SpnnloK Novleo Dog nnd Hitches, llrst prize nf K to H. D. Gor don's Gen. Geo, Washington; second pilze of JS In II D Gordon's Kllzabeth. Class 32- Cm ker Spaniels, Limit Dogs and Hitches, fir t prize of J," to II, D. C,er Ion's Little Hello 11; soi ond prize cf M 1 1 H. D. Gordon's Gen. Oeorgo Wiulungt u. Silver medal won by II. D. Gnrdnii'H Llttlo Helle II. Class 33 Cockor Spaniels (black), open Dogs nnd Hitches, llrst pilze of $.1 to II. P. Gordon's Little Helle 11; second priic of tl to II, P. Gordon's Gen. George Wash ington. I Class 31 Cocker Spaniels, open Dogs and Ditches other thnn black, llrst prlzo of K to Elm City Kennels, Lester Castor; noc ond prize of 3 to II. D, Gordon's Elizabeth. Winners, Cocker Spaniel, Dogs and Kid li es, llrst II. D. Gordon's Little Hello II, ro. serve II, 1). Gordon's Gen. George Wash ington. Clar-s .11, Collies, puppies, dogs nn.l Lltches, llrst prize of 3 to Henry Jnrrett's, Wellesbourne Stnr. Class 3i, Collies, novice, dogs and bitch, es, first prlzo of J.l to lied Hills KoimMs, Pnikhlll Squire, 2nd pilze of J3 to Henry .Inrrett'r Wellesbourne Rtnr; third prlzo of Diploma to W S, Webb's Hbelhurne'a Jnck. W S, Webb's Shelbunu 's Del'..' was vi ry highly comme rded Class ;.7, Collies, limit deign nnd bitches, first prUo ot i to Henry Jurrttt'ti Uullcti- bcui no Hope, r-econd prlzo nt J.1 to Ited llllla Kennells, Park Hill Squire; third prize of 'i diploma to It. A. Murray's Kllwyn Astrolrgor, Dr, Webb's silver cup was won by Henry Jurrttt's Wellesbourne Hope. Clnss CcPles, open, dogs', first prlzo of J.1 to Henry .larrett's Wellsbourno Hope; second prize of J3 to Hod Hills Ken nels Park Hill Squire; third prlzo of n di ploma to H. A, Murray's Kllwyn Astrolo ger. Class ,19, Collies, oren, bitches, first prlzo of $r. to W. S. Webb's Hhelhtirnc':! Helle; second prlzo of ,1 to W. S. Webb's Iirnnn. Winners, Ccllle?. dogs nnd hitch er. llrst, Henry Jnrrctt'fl Wellsbourno Untie; re'servo Heel Ill'ls Kennels. Miss Amy Hlnghnm's silver cup for best St. Dernnrel was won by I', J, Gould's Hornsea .If ssernlne. ItnbiTt Nehle's silver cup for best four St. liernards, was won by F. ,1. Gould This nfternoon nt 2 o'clock bull dogs, Flench bull degs, bull teirlers, Doslon ter riern nnd fox terriers will bo Judged, Deglnlng this nfternoon during the rest of the exhibit school children will be ad mitted for half pi Ice. WEDDINGS AT THE CATHEDRAL. W, H. O'Brlon of Waterbury nnd Miss ' Mary O'Dea Married Tuosday. I A largo number ot people assembled in St. Mary's Cathedral Tuesday morning to witness the marriage of Miss Mary T., daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Dennis O'Dea of North Ch.implnln street and William II. O'Hrlcn of Waterbury. The ceremony, w is performed at 8:3 o'clock by llev. P. J. I urett. An unusiinlly pleasing musical pingramnie was rendered. "Salve H'gina'' was sung by Miss Emira Mulqueon an I Misses Mae Itltchle and Anna Hrett sans? "' Salntnrls," assisted by a full chorus. The church was attractively trimmed with g'd ien rod nnd yellow flowers. 'I he hilde was attired In white Mlk mulli with duchess 'nee trimmings and carried a bouquet ot whltn carnations nnd 11 white prayer book. She wns given In mar il ige- by her cousin, Daniel Conway. The bridesmaid was Miss Anna O'Dea. a sis ter, her gown being pale green. Jeremiah c'Hrlcn, a brother of the groom was best limn. The 111. hers were Dr. J. W. e'ourt i ev, John E. Mndlgan, Wllllnm O'Nell and Cnrlstopher llurelacro of Wlnocskl. ' After the ct remony a bountiful wedding breakfast was served at the home ot tho bride on Noith Champlaln street, follow ing which Mr. and Mrs. O'Hrlcn left for a bilef holiiMiioun They were the reelpl eiits of inuu In tin: I'nl presents and start upim w.dileil life with the- good wishes of mum 1 mis friends. CHOWLEV-COLLINS. ! Di mils Cruwlcv and Miss Julia Collins wero married at St. Mary's Cathedral Titer, day morning at 7 o'clock. Tho cere nionv was performed by Rev. .1. I". Gilli . John Crowley, a brother of th gro m was best man while Mary Collin;-, the le-ide's sister was bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Crowley left for a brief wedding trip, lifter .which thev will reside In this city at 23 George street. ONE CENT AND COSTS. j A County Court Vordlct-Grand Jury'a Incllclinonts. County Court was oe-cupieil 'rintrsd.iy with the case of J. Hampden Dougherty, II elver, vs. II. E. Woleiitt, which was he rn n Wednesday afternoon. The testimony, arguments and Judge Watum's charge v . re not completed until about 3 o clock III the afternoon. The case Is lor tho 1 ol l.ctlon of a hill by thu plaintiff. A sale of books is involved, thn value of which is about $3U. A part payment has been made and the receiver sued for 515 now due. Tim hooks weie sold on the Installment pl..n and several payments are yi t to be m.ide. rhe defendant claimed that the plaintiff c unpany had not kept their contract. The j .r brought in a verdict of J12 for the plaintiff. Tho case of Helinda Lucia vs. Mary Jane Drown, which was the second case si t for trial, wius settled out of court. 1 The .sessions of county court were re-; sumed Tuesday morning at ! o'clock af ter a ree-ess of four days. Tho llrst c.iso bi t for trial was that of Phillips fc Casey s. George M .Delaney. The matter was left with tho court and a Judgment will b rendered for the plaintiff unless the e-aso is settled during tin. te nn. The Jurs cnli-n-ciar Is rapidly disappearing by settlement and continuance The cases ot J. M. Agel vs. Marcus it Sweetland, apt., and estato of Margaret Kennedy, apt., vs. It. H. lCcl ley's c.-iate we re contlnuod. In the case ot Hridgct Smullins vs. James ltyan, judg ment was rendered for tho plaintllt by de limit. The case of E. T. Jacobs vs. Mrs. . K. Jacobs was discontinued. The caso of Petel Sheeran vs. Iluililigton and H'nesburgh H. II. Co., was continued. Tho two cases of M. F. K Ib-y vs. chase and Allen Were taken from the jury calendar and placid in thu court calendar. 1 The llrst case taken up at tho afternoon m sslon was Unit of Delia Chlcolne vs. Paul 1 Manor, apt. It Is claimed by the ilalntllf ' that Manor rented a room of hoi and wan to board hlimolf and do his own work. Later ho arranged with her to took lor htm, do his washing and care for the room. Tho suit was brought by Mrs. Chic .lno to secure pay for the.se services. Manor having paid only his room rent. Si'veinl witnesses wero examined Tuesday but tho ease was not coiuph ted. Drown Ai M.iromber appear for the plaintiff and C. J. Ferguson for tho defendant. Tho grand jury llnished tin Ir work and reported Tuesday afternoon at Lie. Thre-i true bills were found and four bills wero not found. They reported that Ihey had diligently Inquired about the Interest on the I'nlted States deposit funds nnd found that tho several towns ln the county h i I used the money fur .school purposes. They examined the jail and found It well anil neatly kept by Sheriff Heeves. They re commended Unit the pantry bo enlarged and that a laundry b" added to the bae ment. They suggested that more com modious and aeeiisslblo quarters be pro. v tiled for the grand Jurv. They had in vestigated the prohibitory law, and while they found that thorn were many viola tions, tlie officers had pursued their iluiten In a diligent manni'r. The report was Biih inllted by the foreman, Samuel Hlgwood. At the close tho jury was excused by Judgo Watson and received their pay from Clu-k 0. P. Hay. County Court was occupied nearly all lay yesterday with the case of Delia Chl colne vs. Paul Manor. Tho Jury retired al 3:0t"i and rendered a verdict at S o clock lor tho plaintiff to ic-cover damages of one cent and 1 osls. Suit was brought by Iho plaintiff to securo the sum of Jl.M jkt week lor services tendered in cooking, caring for mom, washing clothes and paring corns of the plalntlri. No other c.iso was ready and tho caso of Creamer Package Mfg. Co. vs. F. F. Gon. yea was set for hearing this nairnlliK at 9 o'clock. This case Involves tho sain of a pasteurizing machine to tho defendant of which shipment was delayed so that tho defendant lost tho contract to supply Fort Fthnn Allen with milk. When the ma chine at lived the defendant refused to re ceive it. The plaintiff brings suit for near ly WOO, William Call and Henry Call of Hlch mond wero In court In tho afternoon to an swer to an lnlormntlon against thorn by Stato's Attorney Mower, chatging them with breach of the peace. They ploaeleil not guilty nnd wero held for trial under ball ot J200. Tho threo Indlcements found by the grand Jury Tueselny wero made public yes. lerdny. The one ot most Interest Is that charging D. W. C, Clnpp with breach of the peace. Tho caso InvnlvtM affairs at Queen City Park and Interesting develop, incuts are expected nt thn trial. It Is said that Mr. Clapp nnd others questioned tho right of Dr. E. A. Smith, who holds Iho majority of tho stock of the association, to .'ipcsi the Mookholders. Much Ill-feeling has been stlrre-d up by the nflalr and nn examination ot tho hooks of the association Is now in progress. The examination Is said to hnve been calleel for by 11 out of IS stockholders, The other two Indictments were ngnlnst Fred Dixon for lnrccny and Jointly against 'William Sharkey and liinmi lib key fur adultery. The former, It Is charged, stole a blevcle In Durllngton on July U lie wrtit from hero to Mcnitpell r, thenco to Wotcestir, Muss,, returned to Durllngton and wan lateV arrested In St, Albans. Don't think that eruption. of yours enn't be cured Take Hood's Sarsaparllla its vlituo la Its pc ww to euro. efiniQHTfo. SOUP MAKING. Dy Mrs. Darbara Sadler. I ctii lulev fresh-killed meat la he-et for'C"oupJ "stale' meal -'"l make it .IN flavorcel. and fat meat is very wnstef ul. , An economical cook will save, as In- giedlents for soup the liquor In which meat has been boiled, for example, leg nf pork liquor niuv be easily made Ind. pea soup. and calf's head liquor mi l knncklo bo made tho base or stock ot white soup. The trimmings .of n., elre.scel meat and game will bo useful to enrich soups and tho hones or: ilrrffed or 111. dressed meats assl.-it to' make a good stock. Ham gives fine! flavor as well as the bono of a dressed nam, taxing euro to anow ior us sau-ne-ss. Soft water should always be used fo- mnklng soup, unles It lie of green peart, In which case hard witcr belter pre- selves its "nlor and It Is a good gen- eial rule to npportlon a tpiart of water to a pound of meat, that Is to say. fle.-h without bone; but rich soups may h.io n unnller quantity of water. Meat for soup should never be brown- ol In water at llrst, but pu. Into the kettlo with a very sniult eiuantlty and a piece of butter, purely to keep the meat from burning until tho Juices nro extracted; by which mean-) of stew- lug the gravy will bo drawn from It be- fore the remainder of the water Is ndelcd. A slnglo pound will thus afford better and richer soup thru treble the nunntltv saturited wltn cold water. The water In thc soup kettle, when first put on, should not be allowed to boll for at least half an hour else the water will not penetralc. hut h.irden the meat, nnd keep the Impurities which In slow I. eating will rise to a scum. Long and slow boiling, for at least lour or six hours, Is ncessary to extract tin Miength from meat, but the pot should I. ever be oft the boil from tho time It commenees. The fat should be taken off. as It ilsrs. If. however, as Ir. gen erally thought desirable tho sojp should bo piepared the day Iwfore it Is wanted, the fat can be removed when cool In a eake. and tho soup attains more eon "'ftenre without losing the flavor; bu: It need not be seasoned till wanted, then slowly heated till boiling. When put away tc cool., the soup should be poured Into a freshly scalded and thoroughly dried earthen pun; and, when to bo kept for some days, oc-1-rlonally simmer for a few minutes over lire to rre-vent Its becoming mouldy 111 rewnrmlng soup, be careful not to put In the r-cellmrnt. All vegetables, bread raspings, or bar ley, fot plain common soups, when merely Intended to thicken and flavor the soup should put In as soon as tho pot skimmed; but if the vegetables ure to be served in the roup, none, with the- exception of onloni, should bo put down to stew at the same time as the meat, and the different sorts should bo put down at different time.-. Onions whether whole, or rllc-cd und tried at r.nce; pot herls, carrots nnd celery, threo hours afterwards ; and turnips and others of a delicate kind, emly about an hrur before the soup Is ready. Spices should be put whole into -joupi; nlbpleo Is rr.e of the best, though It Is not so highly cMeeined ns it deserves. FHENCI I I, AM D CUTLETS. Cat a loin if lamb Into chops, remove all the Tat, trim them, scrape tho benso arid lay them In a deep dish. Cover with Milad oil and let them remain an hour. Mix together finely grated bre'id crumbs, a little mince 1 parsley, pepper, alt. and some grated nutmeg. Pr.iln the cutlets from tho oil, cover them with the mix ture, and broil them over n bed of live hot coals on a heated prliilrou the bars uf which have been rubbed with chalk. 'I he c-iitl.-ts must bo thoroughly cocked end tutn.d often. Have ready some Loiicd potatoes, mashed smoothly and stiff with cream or butter. Heap the mashed potato high on a heated dish shepo it like a dome and smooth It with a sroon, and around Its base stand the cutlets. On the point ot Iho domo pluce a hunch 01 curled parsley. HOILED MACKBHEL SAUCE. WITH Hemovo the fins, split open, dress and lemove the backbone of the ilsh and brush eeer with incited butter or oil. Cook In n v. ell-oiled broiler over a slfnv llie and dish on a hct platter with a platform of mahed potato shaped to Iho fish. Spread over the Midi a partly melted maltre d'hote sauce maile as follows; Cream -thno tablespoonfuls of butter and add one tabler-poouful of cress cr parsley, finely chopped and wrung dry In a cloth. Put In a few grains ot pep per and salt and cue or two tablespoon fills ot lemon juice. Garnish tho I'.sh with lettuie nnd slices of lemon and servo with sllcecl. dressed cucumbers. CHELSEA HUN'S. To a pound ct do.igh add throe ounces nf butter . four ounces of currants, washed and dried, four ounces of susiir, two eggs and two pieces of c.indled peel. let all rise for two hours, then divide Into tlx plt-ce-s, which .shuuM I." rolled Into long round strips. Dull these round In a circle, fquarlng by de grees, lay them on a floured baking sheet and s-rt near Hie tire to rise. ; cr they have almost doubled In size, bake in a geod oven, and when nearly done brush with beaten egg and strew over with confectlon ory sugar. OEDMAN SALAD DHESSINO. Rub tho yolks of two hard bulled eggs 111 a basin till smooth. Add two raw egg yolks, ono ut a time, work well together nnd stir 111 slowly four till lespoonfuls of olive oil. Add half a teaspoonful of made mustard and work In four lablespoonfuls of oil, nnd when thoroughly mixed, put in two tablespontuls of tarragon vlnegnr and black pepper and salt to taste. This Is also an excellent sauco for cold, cooked vegetables. STEAMED INDIAN PUDDING. Mix together two cupftils of mrnJ, one ot Hour, one of suet chopped tire, ono i f stoned ruisins, ono of molasen and one of sweet milk. When thoroughly beaten and blended and one-half teahponnful of soda, dissolved In a little hot water and a pinch of salt. Put this mixture In a buttered pudding dish and steam for three hours. PICK LED .MUSI I DOOMS. Use as many button mushrcoms as do sited, wlpo them very clean with a pleeo of llannel dipped In vinegar, and put tlieiii Into a saucepan with pepper, salt, two or threo clove and a very little poinded mace. Let thim stew over the lire, end nfler thoy have produced a good deal of liquor let them st-end by the lire until they have absorbed It all Shak.; the t-aucepaii now and thin to prevent their sticking to the bottom. Put them Into large mouthed luittlcs, pcur cold helled vinegar over them nnd cork them up. They win keep for seven years by adding u little vinegar when the pickles becomo dry and pouting boiling water over them to tiiMo out the sourness when used, COLD CHICKEN PIE. Cut up two tender chickens ns If fnr fry ing, and put them In a saucepan with two and n half quarts of water, a boqui-t made ot sweet marjoram, basil, parsley, three bay leaves, a sprig of ihymo and a small blade of iniiro. Simmer until well cookeel, lidding to the pot when the chicken Is about half dime one half pound of baron .cut Into small pieces nnd thoroughly w'uslted. A ejuurtcr of un hour beforo tho lehleken Is removed it net half a small can1 of truffles rut In slices. Heal right eggs ' very hard, nut them In slier nnd arrange "" ''iittom of nn earthen dish. 1 r flU 11 ?r lr,,tf 'T "f 1'lo,1c" V 1,' 'i"?, continue, tintll the ' ' twet ilrds full. Hetnrn the bones ,'n'1 fonreo pieces of m-at to tho pot atu r,"l.,lru lnc flul'1 one-third, strnln, cool ',,ml,.rcm,nvo Krrnso- Iturn the stoi k tho lire, ndd a quni ler box of se),ike I n'!ltl"c"'1 '',0,' V "vr Uir chicken nnd when It Is Jellleel and ready to serve, pl.ic n thn ton a(.c,n,l"t n.c. I'llff '1ft."tP M'-U llJ ,. ' ' """ " "-i"""-, COFFEE CAKES. Scald a cupful of, milk, cool It and then 'add a enst cako d'lHsolvcel In one fourth .infill of scalded milk end enough flour to mnko a batter. When double In bulk, add two-thirds cupful of butter, half a cupful of sugar, half a ruprul of unl eaten egs, 1 half a teaspoonful of salt and dour to knr.nl, which should bo done for at least fifteoi mlnuti". Hull out Into 0 sheet one- fourth Inch thick, prend with snftimed itt,.r nnd fold from the tides toward tlo tentro to make, time lavers. Cut strips three-fourths of nn rich wide, rover wltn inverted pan, aid when light, twist each pleeo from the ends ln oppuilo dlree. tions, then bring thc er.ds together at tho centre nf the strip, r.nko In a moderate rven nhout twenty minutes, and when f0nl. brush over with 1 onfcctlone rs' pugar moistened Willi enough lolling water to, f-pre td, ...i .OWI. SALMI OF FOWL. Take the remains of a cold ronst Melt two tablespoenfilts of butler , , "" " ' . "' two cuprnis of ftoek. one of thin grape jui. e or melted ri.rrnnt jelly, arid a scant t. aspoenful of lemon Juice. A clove. a bay leaf two allspice berries ha t a te.,spe,r.nfu of minced parsby, halt a tea- spoonful of salt, nnd a pinch of pepper .should be added ust before the mixture Is poured into n hi ur-e pan which has been lightly rubbed with garlic. Lastly put in the meat, simmer und serve on a platter with squ.-.ros ot toasted bread. COCOANCT PUDDING. Grate finely one cupful ot bread crumbs nnd moisten them with ono cupful of milk, TJ. ... ... . . . IU1., ...1.1 ........ " r5K.i M-iy iisjiui.v eim no., iii-.ui to the milk. Hub two ounces of butter to n cream and ndx It with one-half pound of grated 1 oro.mut and one-half pound of fine susar. Peat these together with (h. eggs, ir Ilk and crumbs, flavor with vanilla and pour Into a pudding dish to bake In a mo '.- ...... .... .. .--.un- .-. mruugii property owned by Lvman P up the white of one e gg to a ttlff froth und Vood. c. w. Woo Ihouse and otliers wai spread it on top of the pudding. pres-nted to us wl ich read a-s follows - "We tile limb-reigned freehold, rs In thn MOULDED TOMATOES. city of Hurlington would resPect"lly p,! Select small round tomatoes, peel and tiUo" 'nur honorable board to exte- d c if scoop from the stem end a part of the "'eet lrom illard street to Union sttcfC centre. Place them rn Ice until readv to or su -n w irtth .1- you shall deem best, sjb servo. Partlv fill them with mnvontnlso B'ntla!!y In aeeordun. e with tho plan of nnd press Into each the half of a hard boll- sneli extension to be submitted to joir cd egg, but do not let the lining project be- uo',r;' lj-v,,tho l ltv engineer." yond tho opening. Placo individual. Ills petition was signed by several tr. e mrulds on lee, pour In one-eicht of nn Inc.. "nielcrs and is attached to this report, ot aspic Jelly and when It lias f.-r place in ""w-er to sold letltioners tho to nl e-nch a tomato, tin whole side clown. Ad.l or "Ifeet commissioners derided up in ,1 enough Jelly to fix the tomato without Ull' '" which they would give the pet t.on fle.atlng it. let it set and r-orve on sbreddel fT", a "earing, .mi Monday. Sept. : at ul lettuce with mayonnaise dressing in a sep- 0 ciolK, a-WJ "'e tlmo designated and urate dish. several of the petitioners were notified tm be present through whose land the exte - SWEET PANCAKES sloti would necessarily pas.3. At the time t for the h aring the corn Dent the yolks nnd whites of three eggs mlssloiiers ?-re prenont. nlso the i tv .t separately, mix them and add one-half torney (W. I. Hurnapj. and L m V p teaspoonful of salt, one teaspoonful o'' Woe I. one of th.- t otitinners being p Ftigar and one-hnlf cupful oi milk Stir sented bv his .iii.rnev Max I Powef In one-half cupful of tlour to make a nresente-d his c.i. oflering suf-h test-n"'"-i v smooth paste, then add one-half cupful uf as tin v considered uene.li ial to tl.i milk and one-hnlf tenspoonful ol oil 1 rat tere-ts. well and let stand one hn-ir ot iin.rn b -lore c. -. Woodhoiiso, owner of a portion o" using, Pake on a hot griddle in l.ngc or the land through which such exte-i sli r email cakes, as desired, pr-nei each with would pass, through his attornevs 1' butter anil a little Jam or id'y. roll th m, Whluemore and Torrey E. Wales' vircr sprlnkle with sugar and -rve at 01.ee. ously opposed the extension asked' for The batt"r can be mad thick or thin by using more or less milk TPr r v M u-nvvirer J ELLi MA 1 ONNAIS1-.. Tn n ell. .fill nf nut.le I..1K- n.lil n clinful of oil, a few drops of lemon Juiec,alt, pop- egnr, a few drops ot lemon Juice, salt, pe p per and rnvenne. As the Jelly should b warmed enough to lie liquid before the other Ingredients are added the whole can be thoioiinhlv -tlned. Place en be tor tho stirring process and keep in a cool place when set. This Jelly softens easily nnd Is used to coat Ilsh or meats or used for salad. The Husslan salad Is niadi of this Jelly which Is used to till the outside of a double mould for the other ingreel. lents. CHEESE FILLING FOE WICHES SAND- out 111. uio i-rrent eview-A Sceno Cream one tablespnonful of butter with, N'i.vnMnh,.ir,ni... one-fourth teaspoonful of paprika and half It , ,0r t0 b For-otten- a teaspoonrul of mustard. Then beat In . ,In"' nnU Mi's. Heman W. Allen and sort gradually about one-fourtli cupful of Am. "lVt' '' turned from Huffalo, wh. r. th. erlcan cheese, grated nnd a tahh sp.ionful W,T' ln attendance upon the P., -i-An-r-of Parmesan cheese with half a table- lcl,n exposition when President M. Km' ' spoonful of lemon Juice, or tnble-snuee. "U!i "'"H- lhe' close to the Presl- Spread this mixture on crackers or thin 'tnt a the time of the great revl. w in tin slices of bread. stadium, and Col. Allen r. marked . t tl .j , lime upon the evident strength and hapi 1- '. ness of Mr. McKlnlev. who seen.' i to 1 $5 TO NEW YORK AND RETURN, '..i XtrtXWil fV, 1 ; that tlie President w - r r s,, stro Annual Fall Excursion of tho Central ' ur. Z TnA " a Vermont Hallway Sept. 134. I Mt Ai,,ni was :ir t of ,h1 A.. Tho Central Vermont Hallway will run 1,,r'1 atP nPur the Kmerg.ney les .jt.il the annual fall e-xee.ursion to New Vork h. n .in automobile amb ianee dashed p from Houses Point, Hie lifoid. Swanlon, St. a'1'1 hh0 turned h r h. ...1. thinking s'io Albuns, Cambrldgo Juiuiloii, Durlliigion, wo dd not look upon tb. unfortunate mnn. Watnrhurv. Mlddlosex. ind all ntermo- dlate stations, on Tuesdiv, Sept. ai. Tho special train will bo made up of llrst c'uss e oaehes whii h will be run through to New !ondon, and everyone vill bo nssurcd a ! seat, as tlie number of c.c-mlon tickets to bo sold 1 llmlteil to ."iim. Tickets will be on sale Saturday, Sept. 21st. The trip will bo made via Now Loudon, and steam .... 0Stv nf I .i.vvreiice." A special train made up of llrst class roaches villi b. run through to New IjOn - don without change, as follows: Leave St, Albans 11:3," a. m. " Oakland 11.45 a. in. " Georgiii 11 a. m. " Milton L';0.i Noon " I'oli'lu'st. r 12.12 p. in. " Hurllngton 11 I'iia. m " WluoosM 11:M a. in. i " Essex Junction 1S:2" p. m. " Willislon 12:31 p. m. ' ' Hlchmimd 12. 41 p. in, " Jonpsvllle ViM p m " Dultoii 1'.':.'.7 p. Ill " North Duxbury lad p. in. " Walerhury 1:11 p. m. " Middlesex l:i!,r p. Ill Arrive Hrattleburo 6 p. in. " Palmer, supper ":.':! p. m. Leave Palmer !:13 p. m. Arrive New London Jrt.3.'. p. m. " Ni'W Vork 7 : 1 a. in. ' Tickets will bo good going onlv un sne- clal train Sept. 24. to arrive In New York not later than Sept. 25; good returning tn leave New Vork not later than Oct. 3. to arrive' at starting point until Oct. 4, In clusive. Deturning passengers will leave New Yolk (Pier 3H, North Diver) dally ex cept Sundays 3:30 p. in. New London . :20 a. m., arriving at starling point cm No. 3 1 mall train Pasengers from Douses Point nnd sta-i Hons to Swnnton, Inelushv, will lake No. 12 express which connects with the spiclal leaving St Albans at 11 Vi a m Passi n. gers fiom Mlsslsquol illcj 1 ram h will take No. - express which cciiuix-ts w.th the special leaving St Mhair at 11 a m, Passe ngeis from Puril igton & Uaniolllo nllev- illviulmi velll tllki V,. Irilln tn l.i.s- sex Junction, which connects with socclnll'- 'wlur . In liquid or Ctvilu. ft n t h tier hottlti or box Downs' Elixir. For more than 70 yoars Downs' Ellitla lias been the most popular cough remedy sold. It Is merit, not advcrtlsinc, thai has given It this wondorful reputation, It cure roughs, colds, whooplnr; cough, e roup, and nil throat and lung trouble, and even consumption. A full dose of Downs' Elixir on going toi bed, and small doses during tho day, will cure the most severe cough. Any drug gist will refund tho money if it docs not cure, 1 TUC lCDMOMT WIIIOIP CCOTIWAI 1 iil 1 uiiiiivii 1 iiiuuiu 1 uu 1 1 rnui , " n! s 1' r8, AU Over tho State, and Northern Now York, The beginning ot tho chorus rehearsal ,,., rcviV,, intc.r.,t ln the state Festival wdileh Is to be held here October 14, 13 and p;. The array of singers and Insirume otaU 1ts i,1!(t y,,ar Wll8 ,1)lt a r(,Velation ta ermont and the fn. t that wo c.n ha with us for three days every year somo oi mo pesi muslelans In the world has str- leil greater enthusiasm than anr.ne ' jliecteel or hoped. Patron ibkets fire beinl i'. iiie-iiiuy inroiignout trie a' 191 for the lle ruliierts. IIMil m,.rt r...rn ''r the liw ticket usually means from three to ft 1 extra attendants for single enticed T transportatlmi companb s an- fullj allv 1 " tlio situation and will do as much i r Vermont's festival as the Maine eomi anlei 'Io for tfl' festivals bold at Hanger and 1'ortluncl. Sjieclal traln ot special ratei wl11 '"' '"n from all points and D irllng- ton's hospitality will bu taxed to take can "f the crowds. Over 30) people aitonde I ll'e festival last year, when no one kne.r anything ubout Mr. Chapman or hi- pre m ls0!. Slii'u he lxnleemed every pledge tl 1 1 and brings with him this year some ' th artists who charmed tho audiences a yea ''"JO, it Is conservatively estimate 1 th t from CO) to vfX people will hear the 1 - 'Tts this year. Another delightful certainty Is the 'm- I proved chorus work whl. h will be beard. ii.ast year, with but fow ox.-eptPn- t n 'chorus was made ns entirely of Durllngto 1 MnJcrs. This year Durlington s I or ...til Up , ntftrt mnfa ,,,. unt. ,u. ...M.i null ill.' IU1H . The music to be sung by the eher is hn i iieen tnorouchlv re henrsed nml Mr Chi ,.,n , 1)rllngt,m t0.rlK,lt tm , nnrU!, ,f)Rle ,,, Ujtwh ,, , wln ,,, to , iillrincton onlv o- lnol(. rehearsal bere ti e test v"l ; ti e t .,t0 of lh(. rpllmllmry ,rlliing will ' , by J. Harry Ensels ,, R,tTr t whoe .Ujo Is a credl to both th', MarI,le clty nrJ u lllre(,lor.c tn ' ADVERSE REPORT. Street Commissioners Not in Favor or Extension of Cliff Street. Tho renort Of the utreet rnmmlmnnrD I- - .. .iv-, Ull matter or tie- proposed extendi n cliff St., west was nl.-d yesterday r. t a City Clerk's office. A heurl'ng on thc mittci- wus held a 1 ouple of weeks ugo Thc u- ,)ort is as follows. . . petition fur the extension of CI f street from Wlllurd street to Union street .iier oi.inng 1110 parties interestel, . n I plvlng the matter careful coiisij, rat.o ice commissioners are sitlslied -h.t t 1 vldenc presented was not sufficient tn eonv Im e I hem that the public good or.ir, vetiience of Individuals would w armor I d extension of the street as asked for ly th petitioners. HAD IT ANALYZED The Geo. I. Ilagar Estato have rece.vr rom Prof Wilte, the Vermont S a ej from 1 nrmist. a c truncate of nn.ilvsis we. ) eerllflis thai Devoe Lead and Zinc Is mad ' of I'ad. zlne. ooior. turpentine eiryejf nnJ Unseed oil, nothing else; no adultenn "on- WHEN M'KINLEY WAS SHOT. Col. and Mrs. II. W. Allen und Son Pre3- Al mat moment mhu. . ie exclaim, d 1 li.sldcnt. and ih.u the word ut d from mouth to m o-.th that Mr. MeKlnlry li ul been shot. fol Allen was passpq; in another dire -tl hi when the ..ui'igc containing t t Pr. nlent'x n-'s.iil mt and guards dash- I b. He says it is Impi slblc to destri' i the situation. Tin p ople had been l i g.i w attitude and popul ir enjoyment was at un helshth when th issault upon th. Prr'l mt the vnst eon ourso I u"'u l,,Kl u I'"1 pn sent. Jo civ Inn place to signs of t'm st stni ere j,rii f combined with to i- Ing of the utniot Indignation. Cnl. Allen s.ivs tlie leading cit'Ze 1s F.uiYulo hold President McKlnley's atter 1 liU! xuigeons and physicians ln the highest . silmatloti the g. neral feeling being thac ho could net well bo In better hands. To niako Cows pay, use Sharpies cronm Separator.-. Hook "Duslncss Dairying" & Cat. out! fee. W. Chester, Pa. DIED. HEFFI.ON-In South Thursdav morrdrg. Sept. Durllngton. Vt., Haymond, In- TAYLOH In Wlnooskl, Sept Mh. Stcplw n J. Tavlor, sou of J.niies and KuthcrlneJ '''aylor. No Appetite. Want of appetite means bad digestion, biliousness, jaundice, loul stomach, slckl u adaelie. constipation, and a general dr. iking duw-i of the system 1' ixtir's Mandrake Hlttu-s nro guaran d ul l every druggist In the I'nlted St i' s t" cine these diseases or money re f uded Whj takd the rltk of ill health when tabUli. at 2 1