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THE BUliiiNOiON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, iy, mui.
That Troubled Look comes from using a cheap, alum baking powder. Not only spoiled her cake but caused a child to be ill. Cleveland's Baking Powder never spoils the cake, or makes the food unwholesome. Cleveland's Baking Powder makes the food pure, nutri tious, tasty and healthful. Cleveland's Baking Powder actually adds anti-dyspeptic qualities to the food. ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOLS. Cotnplote Koturna Show a. Total of Over 3000 Pupils. The complete .itteiiditn o return." Horn the public m huols of th" eity hnvc b. en re cel,'d bj Superintendent Whecle r 'I hey fiovv a sati-efnetor.v iii're.isc, ibe I 'lal bi'lntf 'Mi. The atb ndiinee at ih p.iru i) i .1 schools Is nearly ISn, ni.iUnm tbc Bi'.ind total of children recvivhiK i lucu te ii In HurliiiKtun out .Wen.. The attendance ut the. public seti'mls Is it follows: Hlch Sc hool 3:!0. nverse School C Oraniiiiar.?! A inter mediate. 2J; 15 llitermcidiute, 32; C I'll") nie lli ite, 37. A prlm.ir. M; U ptim.ir.. It; C ir m.iry. 17, i' suc.md prlmury, l'. kinder I ..ru-n 11 l.awrt nee names School C Kr.tintnar, 21; A intermediate, it intermedial X.': -' 1' iirmciliatc. "i, A primary, 13, I! i nmary, 5. C ntnjij. IH; C second and tblnl prini ti i; kindersarten, 1. 'v i-.y (3 1 In ol C riruintniir "-':. lnter n i to 17, H lnt"-nudi ite, 41 C Interme (I U A primary. 41; I! prlm.irv, .".H; C n- i i ei ii, r. primary second, 0J kltider- l. ms ri' bool A liitcrmedn. te. :2. 11 lu ll np iiote. u2, A and C prln..ir. . I.; C in It 'mediate, 17; 13 primary, 1. C primary I. Hid j;i. Ira Allen Sehool C frrammur and A In termediate, 22; l! and C inlermediiite, 12; A and D primary, 2s; C primdr)-, 21; kinder C.'rten not hoard from. Archibald Street School Pi imary, 103. S W. Thayer School Grammar and in tirmediatc, 17; primary, 13. Park Avennn pnhool Primary. 31. Lakeside I "irk School Primary, 70. Main Street H anil C primary, 23; un graded, 9. Star Hose 0 Intermedial, 14. A BURLINGTON WOMAN ASKS "have you a Moor paint that will last two we"Hf"" Yes we have Devoe's; It has a ti autiful Kloss and will wear tuo years if properly applied. Ceo. I. Ilagnr estate. BOY THIEVES. Three of Thom Sentenced to the Indus trial School Durlnir Thoir Minority. ! Frank iUKann.i., Joseph Mequln and Jake Sh 'lby wrro before Judge Hawkins 1 ijay, and were senli-nc i d to tin- In d istrl il School nt Vergennes for tin re n iiidcr uf their inlimrit.. Tho boys il He I n orrulv and their lai'"-t ai Hons im t I ot stealing brass, iiibbeis. I"'t a-s a ther things nf mon or le-s ala. . " brass was taken irom th" -tn k of 0 I II n & Sheelian stored al Howard Park ml tin I ottles and rubl ers weie i iKt n f m .! -enh I.anelols. K i -ilia Is an old oltender and .iside f m lie present chnrg s ,, , an. ng 'n-t t. m wlib h was passed in PmO was ieiel u id h' pi' a led guilty. The old cas.- was 1 ir stealing brass from ibe Huiiliigioii t.as Light e'o. Tin other two pi ndoel B illtj to -tenlliig the bottles and mines, g icllfv Is I.', and Mclvanna and Meiiiilu aru I ytars old NO BIDDERS APPEAR. Salo of tho WInooski Wnolon Mills Failed to Materialize. T' ursil.,y was the time -nt for th- sale 01 tlic W inooskl woolen nllls but no pur i ia i r- Tppeari'd unci th. propeitv now nw.iit- tin further dec!." ol the 1'nitccl H'ates routs. The term.-1 of the sale as 1 ' rtwed demanded a l id ot al least i in Mi. with a deposit by th bidder of ' ei a- . guarantee. The receivers of tin p II arc e K. Cobb of Ho-i. n and lb II. K ii hi v of Hiirllngion. The ile- was sol at 10 o' lock Thursday n ornlng and thu failure' to satisfactorily lcoigatdze the liuilington Woolen Co., Colrhi Jter mills arid Wlnnoski Wnrslecl Co, i" said to account lor tin absenc" of I l leler." An atteimpl was made to orga -izr a eoinpanv of local capitalists for Hp I ii'cba'ie ot the mills but a jet nothing It is been aci omplished. Thrao Umax a stay, itULU uu .i win not as cciter, eotier ana Tnr H K FAIfiGANK COMPAfir. twins do your work!" f - Wn. pi il jjjji s 8 I VERMONT MANUFACTURING An Increase of 50 Per Cent, in Product in Ten Years. Lnst Constts Showed 4720 Establish ments With n Cnpltnl of $40,B5b, 004 tvntl 20,540 Wnco-Earnors, KaniliiB $12,244,224 I'or Your. The 1'ulted States census bureau tins inst Isi'iud n stietcment, in rl Itntim ry to th.i hull, tin mi tln subject which v.lll bo pub llshwi In due tltiiL, relative to iimnufiietur Init stnttstlrs for Vermont. Th tlmiron In iIiIh stntcmonl will ceiine lis" i sun-iiso to nmxt t" "I'll" Iwrunsu tlic udv.iiici In mnnufneturliiK whlfli Vrnnont lms mndo (hiiliiK the lust durudo lsPOtKcii' r.tlly rcil Izril.AH n matter of fuel flip-hall the wium ennuis In tin stmc .ire employed In mnn iitiiciurhiK enterprises, nnd this number Is striullly and rnpldly Itu n iisl'iu whlh the number "tnpbiy.il In nm Iciiltnre mid kin di-.d tivimilts is tatlonary ' -ren -in - Vlii.rr iv ttv III y.v 4071 mii'ini i mi in I ...Itl , liirtt rxf mr.l-i Ihllll VlWl nun rii'.'s vmi . juinin-s. cn I III ttle Mlin . iieinn im i" " i i t-li,ee 1M0. 'llu capital ln-tnl w.i.s ' IP M?,i!4, l)(di;f, an lnerease of almnM. fhi, ( iXi in ten yi-.-.r-- Tbo w i;e-i irncrs. ex- in.-lvo of snliiried olllelali". lI'lK", ete.. iiiiinbend 2', l" . nl they earned that year SI.',;3",riS1, repri ntliiR lmn.isr ot 7. M end $:i,ilu,13l. ri -1 eetlvely, o-er 1TO Til.! n aleiials m-ed "t JiiW.TIt md the totil value of prci'iii t- was f T.7 .ti l.:.T 1 -j. The flKiires sli.w an IrrruiKo -lnei nf &i.l lid rnt. In pixduct and J'' - per cent, in uncos paid. Tliero v.(rr In nddlllon In the above f."1 lm-niifactiirlni-. loiiocrns with a product ef rs than aih and one irovninmiiit.il iHliibllshmi nt These C.I "tieorns brinj; the total r.utn' r of m innl n tnrliiK o-tiib-llchnn'titH up t 4T1T. of wlileb 1 '7'l nr. hand ttiidrM. The i .i ital lnve.led aniounteil to Jlv.sr-.'.M I, Ji.rili uaRe-carnei", ex.'liinive of (alnried. iilflelalx, clerk, rte., eiimed, jl-.-241 SSI. miitiiii.1 eost Jiti.'iJs.MS and the to tal value or I '-'i'lui t., Including: custom v nrli and lepnilni;, was !."i7I7.i''. Of the li dn-tries i;:,S were for lumber nnd limber if dm t. H13 fot bla"ltsmltiiln and wlieeluiiiiiiimi'. '.'OS f. r tnmumenW and tombstone, jv, for ebec e and hutter, Sll lor tlourlnn and srls't mill product", ni for foundry and in 'c-lilne ihop luoduets, ."il for marble' and -lone work. 4; for lum ber and planlnu null produets, including niFh, iloors and l.llndv. 27 for paper and wood pulp, 2! to.- Mi.d n socnl-, a:id II for hosiery and knit V.y elitdinir bl.ieK- Miiithlnir and win I m IvhtuiR shops, th above 10 sell i li 3l.1l!.777 In pi'.d earners il.i"'t,iir,, iMiiis turned out p ivlns; 1 1.'.'? u aqro- i i ii i" than oii"-half tho and tnt.il u.ik -a in tho total products Plate. The value of the iH'odi itf" In "ill h m iniMiufaetuies." s. ciilh.l. was ?.H,SSI.S'iS. 17.1.17 wax -Kiinir- ncinins in vuip'S ?7. iM,?.fl, sbowlnp that a lit 1 1.- n.e'e than one hull' nf all tin- in. ii. fi c tin lilt,' 'n tlie ritate Is done In the l.i' c. i phu i . SONS OF VETERANS. Division Commander Smith Makes Stnff Appointments nnd Reporta Progress. Commander C. J. Smith nf tho Vermont Division Sons ot Veterans In U.ders No. ti says: The following staff appointments arc au-J nnunc. d with rank from June 27th wlll be lespectid and ln.spectoi'--l.lnus X ibeved accordingly ; Williamson, Camp No. S..,' Hristnl. Judge Advocate William M, Sargent, Camp No. 74. South Itnvallon, The n malnlng appointments will be an- nnunc. il in next Oidr. The present admlnlsti atlon Is anxious tn fm tiler tbfl best Inter, sts of our division b organizing new cuuips and Increasing Hie membership of those aire acly In ex iMi nee. We must have the suppoi t of . nli itn iiibc r to in cnmpllsli Ihls objec t. An application Is In lire ul.ition for a m w i amp at llnrdwiok. If anv brother knows while a camp can be or;nniz d we worn I b pb used to hear from him. It w is vote el at the last encampment Hint the lo. allnn cr the next c in ampule nt nt this division te dei id. d b tin i ouncil I hi ccjinmander will be ph ased lo receive Invitations from camps cb siring to entii tinu the same, and tin y will be e'onslib r d In February. The' adjutant ivports 23 camps witli I'll members. The iii.irt. rmaster reports balance!- on hand In lb" division no mint of Ml...! and In the c amp nceo.int of $id ''A A BAD MIX-UP. Onn HorBO Killed nnd a Watton Doinol- Ishod in a Hunaway. ! A horse owncsl by e". A. Harbor ran nwny Monday moinlng at about la o'i lock and us a result another hor-c win killed, two men barely escaped Injury nnd n wagon wa.-' completely demolished. The horse w is driven i.v William Mollis a clerk in Mr. Harbor's store. The dell-. c. y v.. iron w.h owned he, J. H Hnrke, who 1. 1., mil it to Mr. iiarber while the latlei s v ,.s b ing ri'P'iiled The whlllletiee broke wh'le I hi- team was mi Wlnnoskl uvenii" 'Ih.' shafts struck the animal's heels aid he tan d evil the street nt a rapid pa. i . Adam Smith was ..n Whu oskl avenue and seeing the runaw I Into Townsend I bn e y turned his t.-un put the ruminK horse cam down the Mdcwalk, h.iwng cleared ilself fr in the wagon, and sell' d Mr. Smith's Horse. I'btch In turn fan down Townsend Place and as found with its in k I r du n. Mr Smith's waeon was nullum. 1 mil he larely escnied Injui v Mr P.ai'i ir - horse v.. is stopped on Main sine i i, : . Crokir. Mollis (.snip' I I in.'iiry .lumping. 10Q5 timoa a year, tho nf fl$&K?!je .V"'" wl" m:l vour dish wdshinn easy. i.i ue-neci) ma iiuno trimmer anu uu cieidner than soup or anythlni; else could inijsej mum. . ir re is r.o cleaning uin cntppcr mm soap or any other cleanser, Chli,e(o, St Louis, Now York, llnston. Doctors not seldom glvo up a ease, but a mother never doe. While lift ImU, while there is a spark of vitality which love's labor may fan into a flntne, rile toils untiringly for the child she brought into the world. And sometimes where the doctors fail the mother succeeds. She has no prejudices. Any means she will use which will save her child. The mother's prescrip tion jjivon below is a caso in point. Her daughter was given up by physi cians as suffering from an incurable disease, called " wasting of the digestive organs." Tho mother pre scribed Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery and " Favorite Prescription," and had the happiness of seeing Ucr daughter restored to perfect health. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and oth er oruans of di gestion and nutrition. It is n nerve nourishing, flesh - forming medicine making new blood and new life. '"Gordett.Medicnl Discovery" contains .-!. -1 - .1 1 1 I I f- ,.v HO lll"OIltJl SHU 11 is jiiuiulci iifu mnu opium, cocaine and nil otber narcoucs. It is a true temperance medicine. "Jly lttr (of Arlington, Wtnliinifton Co., Kfibr.,) was uVen verv sick unci had nevfrnl uoctorv writes Mr. C I,. Hurrion. of lillt City, Douglas Co.. Nebr TUey eowtd not do lirrnny Kooa, ana told my mother they would not com any more, no doctor eouM help her thnt the could not t;et well She laid ' wastlntj of the digestive orgm My mother snid to my ."Itter: 'Well, I nlmot knocr that Dr I'icrce's medi cines will cure tier ' So .lie bought six bottle three of Ooldea Mrdicil Ulfoovery three of 'Favorite rrcwrlption ' and lotne of the 'Pel let; ' and now my Her l n well woman, We think you for your medicine." Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., WOULD-BE SUICIDE ARRESTED, Crazed With Drink Ho THoh to Tako His Own Lifo anclis booked Up. 1 tarry S. Williamson of Ilutland, who In n lit of ti nipnr.il' insanity brought on by cxeisslvc dilnkliu; ttled to take his Hfo Saliirilay afternoon by shootliiR himself was o, kid up by Chief of Police Hlaneli nrd Saturd.i night. Williamson, who was fornu rly employed at lllaticliiird's livery stable, has been drlnUiiiK lieiuily nf late, and win n under the Influence of licpior has on several oc casions threatened to kill himself. Satur da noon he came home drunk, and after t-tnrinhif. about the house a few moments said to Ills wile, "If I shoot mself will you bury tin N'nt Kinini.slntr be had imv such purpose ft in mind Mrs. Williamson said "Yes.'' and vie e and tin- occasion Is one that sboul I thought no more or the matter until she till the ecllllee to nverllowlng. It Is un 'er heard n shot llrccl and rushed Into the bed- stood that there will be -Imllar services at room to tind In r husband standing near St. Paul's churc h. St. Mary's cathedral and the- door will, a smoking revolve r In hs St. .Joseph's c hun h hand and a hole In his bead through which n 32-callb. r ball hud passed. The ball struck the head Just above the right ear, but did not penelrale the skull. Williamson then started in search of a tazor. bin In was arrest el by the chief ol' police before lie did himself any more tntiii'j. and was lodge d lu the county jail. ...... xmr,i. uin nr-ritnui $5 TO NEW YORK AND RETURN. .,,, Fall Excursion of tho Control Vermont Hallway Sept. 24. The Central Vermont Hallway ill run the annual fall e.vcurston to New York Irom Houses Point. Hlchlord. Swanton, St.' Albans, Cambridge Juncilon, lfarllnglon, Waterbury, Middlesex, and all Internie diato stations, on Tiie'da, Sept. 'JA. Tho spe c l il Iratn will lie Hindu up ol first class com lies whic h will be ran through to New London, and evervone will tie assiited u seat, as the number of excursion tickets lo be snlil s limited to ."iiJ. Tickets will be on il Silurday. Sept. 2lst. The Hip will be 1. 1. i l" via New Loudon, and steam er ' e 'it y o La w rence ." A special train made up of llrst class coaches will ei rnr through to New Lon don without change, as follows: I. ,ic Si. Alb ins 11 a. m. ' e ) il.laud II 1'. a. m. " ieni gia 11 ;."! a. tn. Milton 12.0i Noon " Cole besti r 12:12 p. in. " Hui linglon 11 .2. a. m " W iiioosM 11 ::i a. in. " Kss. . Junction 12. 2.1 p. m. Hllsloii 12:.; I p. m, " Ha limouil 12:11 p. in. " Jnnesvllle I:':M p. m " IJoltnn 12:17 p in " Not ill Duxbury 1 :iil p. in. " Waterbury 1 :ll p. m. " Middlesex 1 ;2.1 p. in Arrive Hrattlebore i1..11 p. in. " Palmer, suppi'i' 7:.V1 p. in. l.e-iiu Palmer v.M p. m. Arrive New London Ui:,".1 p. 111. ' New York 7 ;ei a. 111. Ticliets will be good going c nlj on spe cial train Sept. 21, to urine lu New Vork not later than Sept. 2.7; good ie turning l.j leave New Vork not later than Oct. .'!, to arrKe at starting point until Oct. I, in clusive. Hetiirnlug passengers will leave New York (Pier North liivor) .lulls ex cept Sundaes .". p. m. New London ..'.20 a. in., arilvtng at starting iciiit on No. 3 mall train. Passengers from Houses Point and sta- Hons to Swaiilon, Inclusive', will talie No. 12 express which c onneets with the spc el il leailug St. Albans at 11:1.1 a m Passen gers Irom Mlssl-npiol Viilh.y brancli will take' No. .11 elcs,s which ce nilectn Willi the special leaving Si. Albans al 11:31 a in. Passi ngers from liiirlliigtcui .et Lainolllo alley division will take No. 22 train to Hs sex Juncilon, which coniuiis with special tialn. STREET WALKERS IN COURT. ; Ono Flnod nnd Cases of Two Otliors Continued -An Adultoratod Milk Cnso, Sunk Fanner, Mary L. Hrown ami Kan nb I" irmc r we ie In eltycimtSaturday.it l' riiue.n, .lunged with lln prosiltute . Tin forni' t' ph aeled guilt v and was lined J1 unci cices of ,x.e.;i. Tlic a-c against Mary Hrown wa- eontlnued until fiet. 12 at fl o'i loc I. and her recogniz iiice laleen to tho dtv ol Huiiliigioii In $5" lor her app ar u ice it Hint time. Tho ase against Fan nb I'ltnii r was i'ontltuied until Sept. ejlh at 'i ne loc k a m. ' William e'asev was arrested Saturday fiii iiii bv Iieputy Sheriff lidVi'M aid In . r lit In fore Judge Hawkins. Ills cms i oiitilii.i il i.niil Monday morn ing 'a cy Is charged with having sold to S I llourne lna pouuels of milk adullerat eil with water The complaint ulso saya that In hail hi his possession on Spl. 7. p a pounds of adulterated milk which he Initialed to sell. Ills ball wua ll.se d al ANOTHER WASHOUT. Trains Ovor tlio Itutlnnd Itoad Dolayod Suvurnl Houraon Saturdny. Tuilm nv.r the lUithiud load from the south were clelavccl about live hours S.ilur dav mori'ing h.v a washout near North Fc irlfbiil'gh. The tl'nublo was at tho same ravine where a washout occurred two also bioKcn, tnc lace anil head na.iiy nruia wn ks ago. The eiiilMukmcnt was waslud cd, unci her ahuuldcrs wuio sc rlou Iy out fur i distance of about 2. fid. i-tralnid. The -pot has I u ilangeroiis tluee the Her wound bled profusely and file lay lu Mist waslmut unci nil trains have been run an insensible condition in a pool of bkol plowly at that point. Paring Friday night Irom 2 'A'i until about l:W oclcck, when a heavily loaded freight pasted over tho consclnitsnesii iniumoncel to latum. She lino and probably dlsturbi'd Hie tilling w'dc h, with the. rain, caused It to fall nw.iv The' New Vork nnd Hc.stou sleeper dm lu'ie at l:2i, was the next Iriiln and It was stopped by a section man with a red lanltrn The passiMigers were convoyed lo liiirllngton by a special train made up liete i ll e .e-itl to tint '.-ill- i.l llie wasliout Tin alliv 'd III Ihls ill.v at about ! :ifl. All trains during llio im over that road vvu u dclnycd lo some i xle ul IMi c nillit nf tlic w I bull, tho edl'lotiH of Hn Fn e I ii f a' t Hun iiurtii . r lliirlini.te)n w. ri ile I iye el In elillici'5 m ii'M llylll't. DAY OF MOURNING, Mayor Hawtay Calls on Pooplo of Bur- llngton to Obsorvo Thursday as Such. A nieetltiK of citizens was held at tho Y. M. C. A, parlnrs Monday mumlng to discuss the most appropriate way In which llurlitiKluu peoplo could pay u in line; tribute I" tho memory of Pieldeiit McKlnloy. Tho ineellim was called to or. eler by Mayor Hawley and ainont; thoso present were ltev. (I. (1. At Mini, He v. O. U. Heard, Hev. J. 11. M'tcall, Klltm Ly inun, O. X'. Hay, (1. O. Henedlcl, W. I,, lsuriiap, V. j. Orcenleuf, W. .!. Van Pat ten, Kdwnrd Wells, IT. A. Woodbury, Hen ry llallard, II. W. Allen, I.. C. Grant, T. S. Peck, it. 1'. IJmi'iHou and J. A. Arthur, ft was at llrst propose! to hold servle-os Tuesday at the opera house, bill as l'n sl dclit Hoosevelt has Issued u proclamntloii settliiK asldi Thursday aa a day of nation al mournlm? It was decided to follow his Wishes. The public! schools, places of btlsl. ness and manufactories will bo closed dUi' liu; tho day. The following proclamation In regard to the day has been Issued by Mayor 1 law ley .- Tn the Citizens of Hnrllngton: Tin American people are again railed tn bow in sorrow on account of the di nib, by the baud of an assassin, of their C'hl. f Magistrate, We. and all tho world, mourn the death of President William McKlnloy. in this hour of the nation's saelness and humiliation, It is lilting that some public expression be given to our common sor row, and that all alike pause to pay com mon tilhuto of respect and love to our marlyr President. Tlierelore, I suggest that on Ttlcsda , Sept. 17. during the hours or the state funeral In Washington, all schools, pni.. lie buildings and otllces, and all pluo a of business be closed; and, further. In eon formlty with a proclamation Issued Si pi. II, l.y the President of Hie I'nlted Slat.-, J recommend that on the day of the Int. r ment at Canton, ()., Thursday. Sept. Pi, all schools, public nfllces and manul'iU'tntinR establishments be closed fur the daj. aril all stores unci cither places of business, at la o'clock. Iti the forenoon, for the re nialnder of the day, and that nil the peo ple assemble in the afternoon, "In their respective places of divine worship, there to bow down In submission lo the will "f Almighty God, and pay nut nf full beans thrlr homage nf lno and reverence to the great and gnnd President, whnso death has smitten the nation with bitter gib f. ' j iSignned) Uonly ( llawley, Major, j Hnrllngton, Vt. Sept. PI. l!tnl. U.NMON MUICTINO AT TlllI MI"TlIOI)!HT Cliritt'll. A meeting or the pastors of several churches and a few lay members wns held Monday night at the V. M. C . to lay out a programme for the memoiliil service for President McKlnloy lo lie hold Thursday. After considerable discussion It was decid. eel to hold a union meeting at the Method it church on Thursda afternoon at 2.3'1 of the Pirst. the College str, n the I'i 1 larian, tin Kaptist and Methodist church es A programme of oxer Its was partial ly completed and .--hort addresses will he riven by local speakers. Hveryone is cur- ellally Invited to attend tins memorial ser At the lin e Hoc Monday several plans weie (lNcusel to have a public opera house In 111 Several thought it best memorial service at the aftermon and have rell services at the snve-al gioiis prayer churches in the evening. Hut after eh II beraticni It as decided io adopt the pi n of having Hie cat luring at the Methodist church. A CURIOUS INSCRIPTION. Calais Man Refers to Hlmsolf as 'The Old Nulstmco. Gilbert A. How, assbtant city clerk, has iciuined from a trip thrcugh W.ishiim ton county. While in the town of Calais he saw a handsome monume nt in a eoine lery, the lett-illig eil ,hlth at 1 raited his attention by ts peculiarity. The stone was erected at a cost ol several bundled eiollars. 1)11 the base Is the name li 'iuntt, while- on tho opposite side i the In ri -tion "P S. The old nuisance ' There is r.o other letter. up on the mom meiit. 'I'I'o Inscription Is so iccull.ir that an ef fort was made by a Free Pros reporter to discover Its history. It seems that tic stone marks the ni-llng place ol Phlbp Sidney Hennett. lie wi.s deat and his atlllctlon caused him much annoyance, lie also thought It was a nuisance to othr pie pie and when he died It was lound that hi.' will dire t 1! the erection ot a monu ment with the above Inscription. It Is un derstood that lelutlves hnvo tried to have it removed or changed hut arc not illo'v- d tn do so. 11 Is said that Mr. P.ennett was ivir.nrkahl. strong. While going throiiih a held on day he was threwn bv a hinj" lull. Mr. Il.nnett gained his feet In fic tile second attack and as till" .mini il ci. 11.0 on he entii)it th - horns, hohlln ; t n, Least with one hand, while he beat linn Into submission with u stick held ill tho other hand. SHOW WAS CANCELLED. Richard Golden Would Not Play in St. Albans Saturdny Kvenlng. Through the efforts ot Dr. T. H. Waugh munager of the Waugh opeia house al St. Albans, W. W. Kclilemaii, treasurer of the' (dd Ji'd Prouty Conipaay. was ac-1'e-i.teel in tills city Snturday cienilig. The arrol was iniuie because an engage un ut lo present the play there. Saturday was canc'idlcd. The company placd Jn Ilmiington Fil elay night ami tho uiiderKtaiHiing heiu was that II' news of tho 1 resl bnt's death was received the phi) should lie slopped. I'pou learning the news Suture! iy Itlehiiul Gold en went to St. Albans ami had a eout-i-once with l)i. Waugh and ...l that be cause of the Kieat calamity to the countiy and on account of pein.uil favors nceiv. id Ironi Prehleleiit McKinley hu did tr t wish to hao tho play prodniril tliat cM'ii itU. He offered to reimburse Dr. Waugh for any actual expense that be had Ine ur red. This Dr. Waugh rcfu-od to accopi and ut once commuiibated wllh a Hurling ton law. i or. Papers were mad" nut an I Mr Ktttleni.in was arrested at tho sta tion as the company wa. leaving fur Si. Albans at 11:10. Hall of '10 was immeiliati. Iy given b a citl.. n of Hiir.ington nnel a healing was set for Sept-mbcr 30. In ngiird lo the inalti r .Mr. Golden said: "1 am mill Ii urpricd at the aclloii of D Waugh. when the country Is In llio deep. e:-t menu nlng. Tho theatres In all parts o," the couulry were closed Saturday Hi. lit nnd It seems to me that in. loyal i c on iioiild raise a curtain on a play at such a time." FELL IN A FAINT. Mrs. A, O. MacHrldo Sovoroly Injured Early Monday Mornliir:. Mr. Andrew C. Mai-ltrldc Is In a weak mid exhausted condition at her home mi Pearl tell ml from Hie result of serious in juries tccelvcd curly Monday tnolniiu 1 Mrs. MacHilde, whose healih is not ofi the best, s iilso subject lo fainting spe ll. Hi r'y Miialay moinlng she arose! and vvcui Into the hall, where sho miuii taint d, I falling ngiiinst llio wall to the Hour In falling she struck against Iho edge of ,t bene h, IntllctliiK a most nali.lul wound lu lur apper Up. The bildge of In-r nose vv.i . called to her husband who promptly cime lo her asslstanie. Meiiiuii aid wiih sum moned and everything wa- ilonc In alle vlati the- tuifcrlng.c if Hi. Inii',red woman. Mrs. Macltible Is now resting us e'oiiifort- bly as louiel be o.pecled nut Miners c n- siilnrahli pain Ironi a s voir hiai'a hc lu addition to her illn r iuluiics. NO GLOSS CARRFaGE PAINT MADE will wear as long as Pevoc's, No ullr a lire if heavy hoilled, lie unsi pc v i s wc igli ;i to on ie i mot i I i Ha pini Sokl by ejtiu, I. iliiii.u' titale.. Crippled with RheumatisBn "Six years nga I ocean to feol a blight pain In my hlpsaml Iocs, nndns the pain grew worse It eilendecl to my fret. They nwclled nil out of Minpo, nnd the pain wn dreadful. Flnnlly my feet bagnnto (trow numb, nnd I could barely hob ble nboul, Kleotrlclty wan tried but without re lief; In fact the feeling In my feet was so far gone that I scarcely felt the run force of the battery. "T)r. Williams' Pink rills for Pale Pooplewcrorocoinmcnded, nnd I de termined to try thoin. 1 inndoutimy mind 1 would rIvo them n falrirlnl, no I bought ten boxen I knew Hint two or thipo boxes would nut earn nn had a rnsa an mine, but I found thnt 1 luid bought morn thnn win necessary. I hcipm lo Unit great re lief by the lime fluid used live boxes, and by tho lltno I had llnlahed thn sovoiilli box I wnt entirely cured. I hnd no Inoro pnln, swclllm or numbneus than I hnvo to-day, and that was five yenrs iigo." Signed II. I.. Ilt'nN-s, 44 HrlnUorhoiT Ave, March 9, 1000. I' I lea, N. Y. Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People AtallclriipKlstiorcllrert from Tr. William Medicine Co., MchPnccia'ly.N.V , po-rpRliI on receiptor price 50c, a. box ; el boxen :.t.o. NEW USE FOR ATHLETIC PARK. Buso Hull Field to Bo Given Up to Manu facturing Industry. Tho Swift Href Co., hive loaded from the Central Vermont railway the lot of land comprised lu Athletic Paik and will erect thereon an extensive plant. Sever al months ago the Swltt Co, c s.aldlsliol a brunch houso In iturllnglon for the pur chase nf hides, pelts, hem s, etc. They locale d the plant In a building near the woiks of the HurllnKton Mm hie e'o. The business has outgrown th" present iUar ters and an extended !e;is oi Athletic Park was securis!. It Is umb rston.1 that liny will build a large rendering plait and will also construct a cold storag building. It Is said that shlpmenis to this plant will br made from various sub-stations In Vermont. Athletic Park has lonj been used as a l .'i'c ball and foot ball croni d. Its lease will neces'llate a new location for those sport.- and ground neeir the I nhci'slty of Vermont bus been siiggesied as a good lo cation tor such games. SOLDIER COURTiVIARTIALED. Private of 11th Cavalry Dosplod by His Comrades and Fittingly Punished. Trivnto Povlne n Company II, Ilui Cavalry, statlune.il .11 Port I'i bin Alien, Is the most desplseel m en in the regiment. When news Hal l'resleb'llt McKlllI... hail be ell slut ut Huffalo was announced at retreat Sept. il. t'cvlno remark, el: "Serve el him right," and nccompanle d tlic wonls by a vile eplthrl. Ills comrades came near mobbing him and he was place el In solitarv 0011 lluemellt lu the guiirel house', pending the condition ot the President. A court martial was held Saturday and Hevlne wn sentenced tn u long term of imprisonment, the exact term being with held by the olliceis. It is understood to be J11 yeais Divine enlisted with tho cuv alr at Fort Myer, Va. 600 POUND SCALE $8.50 Guar.'.nti'cil ne curate, platform S t sciew poire. Finely varnished. I. Ilagar Kst.. lliirlliigte.il. li.23. Geo, APVKHTISni) I.nTTF.RS. List of anclaimed letters remalnlnn in the Burlington postoiTlco for the week e I'dlng Sept. 17. 1'.1: Wei.MMN'S LIST. Miss Adel H. Allen. Mis S K. Caldwell, ' Mi-s I-:. ) CloiiKh, Mrs Alible II. Cav. rly, Mrs. Col", Lottie Diel.se n, Ib-len F. Do-, give. Miss Marlon '."alrb. nits. Mis. Georgci rraiiklln F.dwards. Mrs. Ailflle 1'mer.e k, 'l-s Susan II. I'lske, c2i. Miss Ida r.irniet. i Mrs. Gideon II. I 'isk. Miss ni-lla Greeiu i, .!lss Mary Hall, Mlsr .1. lintel, Mrs. .11 Lee, Cora M.miiic.., Miss Maud Rolen, Mi-s Itosn Siltphin. Mi's. .Lssie Scheaf. t, Mrs. Kula Topp, Mrs. Van Peicock, Mrs.' Lose Wilson, Mrs. Klhn M. Williams. MI2.VS LIST. W'illlnni H. Alexind. r. Mr. unci Mr-.. Thomas H. Atkins. M.i Andrews. Hon. G II. Aver, Sr., J. A. C. Hi own, : J. Hiooks, I r.u.ild lie ucr, W. II. Coventry, S. I'nrt.r, James C Colgate, Clark and Hlc-hardson, John 11 l)"in'rs, llcnrv S. Douglas, I). Room (i, I illv XciH Hiillcling, J L. I''arn'er, 11. n. I on y, Dan Furinnll, Jacob Geprags. F. T Greggs, A i lei main. L II Hall. Joh.i F Holmes, .1. Ii, II, iz, 1, Albert K. Illll, Clare R. Hutchinson, Dr. W. G. Johu.eou, Cluster Kent .- Co., T. Mer.v. Mu-js Me ois. Ilollis C. Merrill. George W. Per kins, Alphe Robert, rf. Sl noiison, Alphonse Tr.ingevllle, Howard Weston, STATIC .Mil PICA I. SOCIETY The annual nie-ollug nf tho Ve. inont , State Medle al society will be In Id at Mmit j pller on October In and 11. 11 vote .f the list tueelliig the louiiiig session was to hnvv been llevld at Mellows Falls, but . owing to lack of hotel a. e eiminoilallons Ibe place nf nieellng had tn b Tin session this year will be coaiigcci. an impor- tant one for there Is a scheme or. foot lor ii leorgiinizntloii of the socie ty, where' y county scclctles will be formed ics auxil iaries to the stato society. PHATII AT SOl.PIHHS' llii.MH. lllram II. Porter, aged 7T. late e'o. I'. ,11b Vt cllcl al Vermont Soldie rs' I Hun.', , ,,., llllvo r, llsoll , , ,,i,.as.,l ,S.pt llth. He was admltlcil from IV"!wlih llu appreciation which the general ningioii. nepi. ..no. iss;., , s oeeu on , . - lunch nart of i he lime and had beon ells. I charged once but . spent inosl ol th time in the Hi., home. The but lal was in In t (.Mil.- . i nictcry. This is ib ath No. IM iit the home. A You don't sec very many wigs nowadays. People have been educated how to care for the hair. That's one reason. Another is, Ayer's Hair Vigor makes wigs un necessary. Nothing its equal for feeding the hair. "For many years my hair has come out so fast every winter that 1 had to wear a wiR. I nicd Ayer's Hair ViRor. It stopped the falling, and made my hair srow so that last winter I d'j not use my win nt all," Sarah 1;. I e wis, I'ittshuri;, Pa. 1. All dru;glH., J,C. AUK Ul., Lowell, Mai. Wig STATE CASES REACHED. I Criminal Doeknt, Tuten up in Chltton don County Court, Ce unty Com l convene1 d at !' o'clock Thursday mondng.Tlie eese. of the Ct. am try l'aekago .Mfg. Co. vs. F. F. llinm was set for trial but for the ai conu iod -Hon of L. C Moody tho case' of Will.um 1", P.irinalee vs. Georgo W. Hunilall was taken up llrst. Tho eiillro day was occupied win testimony. Brown and Mncomber l -pri'sent tho pi ilntllt and L ' Moony thn ili'reiidant. The ca-i In Milvcs n mutte r of about $Hou. Tin pi .1 i tirt ilaltns that he iniuie il eouttin t Willi the defendant to move a portable saw null friim Gcornla. to Waterbury and 'm a p -lloel of two years was to saw lo, .or llu defendant, the mill t- be kept running b a months lu each year. The ilelenda it Wis to keep the mill supplied with leii,- c ion. h lo keep It moving al Its full eapaclt;, Ti . plaint!!!' "latins the ilelenibiut did not k p logs enniiRb at the mill lo keep II !'. lining al Its full capacity and later fulled lo lur nlsh enough lo kccji It busy at all Ile seeks to ree over a lair numuiil lor tl" u'-' saw e el, Tho ease of William F. Parmalco George W. Randall, which w. u bcnu Thili'sda In County Cotlit. wan ell 'con til ueel Friday mornlnc tiller a i-ul til ion betvM'.ii Ibe part Is I . 1 r st I and the attorneys, Hy the t'-r ns nf si Ub nn m tho ileronibint pays the plalntltf tin bum ol i,1IH.n, the ainotint ol tin claim i"i sawing logs and In ndill'ion pavs for setting up tho mill and tvi f ir lab .r In the mill y.ird From the total amount i.l lowed, thi' defendant deducts J.W as sir wn by Ills cr.dlt ae omit. Hrown .I- M o tu ber appe ari d for thn plaintiff and L, C Momlv of Waterbury represented the dt fenel int. The next case taken up was tint of tbo Crcimrn Mfg Co, vs F. G 'nyea Thn case Involves tho sale of a pjMi urlzing lnai hlne by the' plalntllT to the ili'fetidant. It I claimed by the hitter that the ma chine did not arrlvo In time for him to se cilte a contract to furnish l'oit Kthnn Al len with milk I owell ,e;. Powell appear for the plalntltf .mil II N. Deavltt lepreseiiied mo de fondant. The following jur w. s drawn on the . iin; Sidney Warren, H. P. 1'avls, U. A. Norton, L. J. Cb'iuvln, II. A. Hlxl v. S. M. P.ic k. ird, J. A. Stewart. M. A Kenyon, II. li. Nichols, II. H Thompson, S. I'. Cutter end M. F Gove. The new entry docket for County Court was completed Friday. Thrro are 21 civil cases and IT. Stale cases. Of the civil cases nine aro for iltvorco anil one libel for divorce. The latter Is th il of Mary D. graff vs. John DcgrafT. The others urn John King vs. Amelia King. Delia II irney vs. Joseph Harney, Lama Label! vs. Pe ter Labell. John S. Grillln vs. Ida J. Grif fin, Hose I .a row vs. George Larovv, Z.n-h-nry T. Austin vs. lClla Austin, Lottie M. I'.oyes vs. Albert Loyes, Oscar W. Pettee vs. Viola Pettee and Frede rick W. P.urr tt vs. Mni') A. F. Hiinelt. Among the nth' r eases of local Inlere.-t are those of W .1. Coin, aclmi.. vs. Shepard & Morse Lumber Co.; Prentiss C. Dodge vs. John S. W ll klns, assumpsit; Stato vs. John Full' r, cruelty to animals; anil State vs. V. W, ('. Clapp, hunch of the peae-c. There arc ill chancery cases, among them being those of tin State vs. J'hoin js P. Dab v lor violation of Injunction; Gen. K. Temple vs. A. H. Lome rise and F.. M. Tunple. bill anil Injunction; Stato vs. William Rally, for violation nT Injunction. County court adjourned Saturday morn ing after a hall ilnv's M.-slon. The ca-o or Creamery Pae kage Mnnufae taring com pany vs. F. F. Gonycu occupied nearly the t r.t!ro time. The loiig-cllse'iisseel nuesllnn ef the own ership of thi- sli'e'its bulling to the lake? front was brought be fore the- court by ( ity Attorney Hurnap and a clay will be tut lor hearing. The case Involves Collogo, Main and King strots and It Is cxpeihd that there will be a long tight betwe.n the city of Hurllngtor and the property nv m rs at thi' foot of those studs. The i. iso ol the Creamery Package Mfg. Co. vs. F. F. Gun . ea, w'ul'h li is be n on t ilul Ir. coiiply court, was dpi bled Mon day when the court rendered a verdict tor the defendant to riieov. r costs. A motion v.as made Saturday by Attorney R. K. Hrown In which he elclmed that the con tract In the ens" came within the statute of frauds. The motion was sustained an I the verdict v.. is n nib r d Menday atter an extended armiiuenl b tho attorneys in the i .ase. The first Slate eae In the present s. s. slon of County Court was reached Tues day, when the joint Indictment against William Sharkev and Ihnma llbkey f' r adulter, was takui up The case was pi ok iiiteel agalml Sh irkev mi, the woman being li'k at the .VPcy Fl te In r hospital. State 's Attnriu v Mown- eppear e.l for the State and H.iiry Pallaid f. r the respondent. The c.is. w. nt to the Jury at 1 o'e lock In the al t' rimon and a. verdict nf not guilty was brought in soon after. FIRE PROOF ROOFING, Pnruhl ltoonng Is llreproof nnd it can't rust out. HU" iron rooting. Nn tar. Send for sample, lien I. Ilagar list., Hurling ton. CRUELTY ALLEGED. Franklin County Miin Snld to Hnvo Uaud a Crow Bar on a Hor-io. I A cnmmunle, llumiine Aaen' ilrnt of St Ab I,. lie ii .'use of turn has be-e n rrcelved by John Fi'lli r from a u si m. asking him to Investl cru.lt.v In that nvllan. It sc cms that a heirs. I , l-b.'d Wife f.-l . e to put sonn'thlng horse' kicked H i in an Iron cinw bar was Imeily Injured In a The mi iic-r imili'i't'.ok mi the wound ..nil tho The mall th.'ll .-ei."el and struc k the aniiii..!. la caking Its shoulder. Atter this he ran the bar hit" the Inir-e't side am; now he lias turn, d the poor, mam .el creatine Into tilt pasture In live or die as tr.a.v h .pp. il. The letlri- to .Mr. Fuller expresses the opinion that the cum should receive his at tention. The members of the Hut lingio.i Humane socb ly would be glad to do stieii v.eerk but the Innds which ihey possess i.ic all needed for v.orU In 'hltt.'iidcn county ami as Mr. Fulle; bis tei do wh..i- cv r work Is cb ne out-ule th.- county at Ids own exp. lis lie is finable to itle nil to the many case s th it nio icpoiii'd to him. DOG SHOW OVER. Exhibition Was Successful Boyond All Expectntioiid. Friday marked the c lose of the Ch.Tu- , ,!n K(.iiu,. Club', bcia h shew wPli an aiieniliuire lamer than on either of the 1 needing dajs of tin . xhlb't. It win an iinl'orlunate circumstance that rainv weather pievalled mist of the time b.tt throngs of people that weie in attenlaiico illicit l- tbese c eiMilllinns showed their cll- lliusbism and Interest 111 this new enter. .nli. it 'PI... ..iMI.II lu l.-i I,., i .aiuli I, .-...I I ,,,,, r,.. ...,. ki.io.Io.,1oi .....l . ,lu, fr t,nrtK u, ,rlngllii I I ., , ., ,, . .. , , ... nli. .tit tlii sbnw. I seems nil unusual fa -f Hint the ptiilecl Inausur.tleil ihls jear will I biiume an annual oce urance. SIPK-TltACKKP SATl ltPAV. "Slde-'l'racked" was pic-sen; d .it the opera house Sat ut'el.i.i afliTimnn aiul even, ing beforo large aiidb ui es. The play has been given III Huiiliigioii si'Veral times and lis popularity does not sceiu to dimin ish '1 hi' ptesi'iilallon on the whole was good, although the nbsenie ol C II, ( I'e'cinner. who was so Imig In Hn role o the tramp was noticeable. iVllllc Punl-ip gave a goud delineation of that cb.ir.n i -but was not equal lo Mr D't'ontn r Pi, p. Ing the aclloii nt tho piece sevir.il pb ii--Iiir spielalllos were int t odin ted. mnoiu the best tiling the novelty Imitations b II. C. L,nll. HOWES MOV I NO PICTYhEP. The moving pictures shown bv I.yman H Howe are by far the be-t ovi r iceu lu Hurlln-itoii and this fact l- so gencrallv i c ognireil that In Is ahva.- greet..! i.v ,i full house when he conies hero Tuea uy iMiiun was no iX'cplluu The view- n cltid.d men. s from Hie Pan nutl in i position. I'm cli a "id iiie -. .ill place if Il t re -l in -li -it'iati up ami iiiiii trie k pi I ire lb. t we . Id b vi li a c I K II if llltu If llv vv .v .if v rlc t 1 r. tin Im nil ill (. iv c i e liar I er sket h ' Pr lelivll uin Mr H cb lu n vi rv Ir i r in i a I'lu 1 w uiihininde d and uiiamiuuu ' aliitai-U'ju. n A Little Machine Bottle of OH, or TT Sewing A Big M, Bottje lap and at W H I the same C H ? And "3.ln." ii a belter oil for the necullar mechanism of sewing machines. It lubricates thoroughly the delicate parts, and will not gum or collect duet. Rob a hit on the nickel and steel to clean, polish and prevent rust. Gun, .bicycle and hardware stores sell It, ixu-izixn FREE. Samples sent for G. 172 Washington SOLD ADULTERATED MILK. William Cnsoy's Use of Water Will Cost Him $01.03. William e'asev. the mm who sold e' U llourne 1"0 pounds nf adulterate-el milk was In cltv court .Monday niori.iug Hi- I l - -ed guilty and was llni-l J an 1 iosts f SU.U.1. with an alternate sentence o: . i days in the House of e'orr tiuu lie mail arratigeinonts to pay the tine. Patrick Murphy, who he' tb'ured in cny eoutt bctorc lor intoxi. itlon, was l for. .leg. Hawkins M'U'liy mnrring cu.n'. on the same charge. There w. ro two liiarge.s against him. one tor being .Itunk on Septc-mber i:th and annUi. r t' r tie same- ollenee on the l.ith. He was a.d ' i.nd . ovts of JF 75 for the first nfle' . e ai,d Mo and eost- "t M 1 for th.' -." "i.d The tutal amount nt tines and costs i W''l an 1 he allernat" -entente of the two e as. is So davs in lad. I'eter .M-r.iei. on v.'li. in .Murphv disclosed some time at", was l'n ptinctpr.l wilt . - against him M..n.'.. I.eander Cardnel. who wis air. st oil at the ilravvhrim.'.' on the Hutland road in an Intovlcnlod condition, was t ne 1 a u costs of lt . lie dl" -Ins. ci on Man Kaley, who plend.d t ot guilty, but was found gullt.v and lined Si" and s. ten.- d to not more than four nor less than tluee months In the House of f 'orrcc t ion. He ap pealed and ball was tixed nt $?.u0, which he was unable to secure. REFORM WANTED. DriiKfflsts Ohjee't to Sain of Proprietary Medirinos lu Bhicksmlth Shops. The eighth annual melting of the Wr- lnemt State Ph.irni.iceu-ic.il Association w 111 be li. Id at . rgi tines on ' lober Hand In. A large iiltetiel.ini e of driiggis-s from all part- m the State Is exp." te i ami sntn Inipoi-ant business is to be traiisa. t.-d It Is puibible th.it a change 111 the e oiistl lutinii w ill be mallei. In the announcement the officers snv: "For ye iirs the trade In Vcrn.oni has b .n growhiB mnri deuiiotnliisod umil w tin proscription desks in cigar stores mid pn prbtar.v nieillilnes In iibuk.-mith sh p and the drugglsl vvlio has sient vuirs and money in preparing to comlu. t a mi-ira III which he must carry a I .'-pons bd.i v second onl.v In that of tho physb ian, unun himself working for a smaller per loin, of proilt than the butcher or Ri'ic-.r." VEI5MONT HHANi'li. WOMAN'S UUARP OF MISSIONS The C9th nnnunl me etlnit of the Vermont branch of the Woman's Ho.nd of Missions will be held In the First cliunh u'ongre. gationai). Murllnston. Vt'dn.Uay. S.pt. '.'5th. Services at 'J'l'i a. m . ami -.W P in. F.venliig session l.t ".'". SpeiU.ru will he Miss Harriet 1.. Hnii . of Satat i. liidli. Mrs. tS. II. Hubbard, P'oocliuw . e'liln.i. .ml Miss Harriet St.iuwoeid, Iloktmi. .Mass Kile Ii auxiliary is entitled lo frend two deb gate s, and contribullliK socle tie - may he repieseillo.I. If llcslfe'el. Applic.Himih b"' eiiterti.lninetit should be made to Mrs. I: 11. Sbai-ns. 11 Smith Uill.ird si.. Hut lin,'. loii. M. cllns for cb legale will be held 1,1 th" chape 1 at a o'clock Tuesday afternoon. "Ol-P JF.P PP.Ol'TY'' ONTF. MOHK. "t)bl .led I'routy" inndi bin peri' .Ileal an I what Is said to be his larewell visit 111 Illll c!lv Filday night, playing to a Urge and delighted audience. The rupporiing com pany were gnoil without cve u. n and the Kinging of the HucUsi'.m . h.'lt phased the alldlcnc e v crv ninc-b Mr e I 'lib ii ne. er ap peared to bitter iidvantigii and the milli ner In wlib h this favorlt.' rural comedy w as pre - II ted dep. I'l ' "lUV 1 lie nigu praise Mr ei i on i in t v i . '.'s.,,n.u u ll tie s. c Ii ol.' n it Hi- ,1 ei hefi'i , t' K i I f elnrd n't V I h i 111 H Ut- PILES Itching, Bleeding, 1 Blind or Protruding. ! Instantly Relieved anil Permanently mm . r,''r.w.,l'r'":..li:ll.;VJ?; m Ir.iif Itdili., Ili.ftl'.ll .'"el ten lleli .Iculrr W o etui.'.. l.piru. ii . ii."r.. .. .......... afl). which t.lflJ Mn.t llb'r'.il.-.ll l"r llidle 'e. 6jl) lnsin.lllrp.ll.ii, he-mf iib'Jrullini hmrl . Ihe minor.. ,te r.ir.i ........ ... . -r lll R ciMUur. Vt rami .Ir.eKll.lf. U33 H-tJ k, ,rU. Mir. CAMPLE rnt FRI U. '" iZSh A li Pr. Sjl.o A nun, I'lillo., .. (Tft u- I' I ..v W , ,, , Y - lk. " " l J ASS I j A. . . . A A I J f i c c I fi , MUM Wl I I I II I T 111 "1 I ""' " ALL DRUGGISTS I r'rijjiixiri price- II :. BICYCLES.! iM ril.le I SEWihij MAtHlNK a iHmniiuw.llC, i 1 1 :JCltsfSul(U,?f - rH-. 1 1 li (Hrt 5 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2c stamp to pay the postage, b W. COLE CO., Lifo Buiidlng, Now York City, "NOTHING SUCCEED sids. SUCCE "tea se-jj. Somo mi n are ! c. .c and 1 illiire. 1 i ess a- t .11 .1 . s and in ei.--.-. The nig that will " .u on a .-u . ss" as l ur.;u.e poh. In ft g' panv. Wo 1 1. '! I est life il snr II, P werld. Tin I elt It l W" Us and si-.-. r in .ad riveted tn, T. S. PECK, I General Burlington, Agaut, N't'rmnnt. t- - 4-s.. We Sell Mileages High Hats and low Hats, Broad Hats and Narrow Hats, Stiff Hats and Soft Hats every shape and style of Hat that's correct. There is a great deal in habit in the matter ot hats as in other things some men have the habit of pay ing $5.00 for their hafs. This is manifestly a bad habit when you can buy as good a Hat here for $3 00. You can get the regula tion hat styles at any good store, but we go a step fur ther; we not only show you all the regular styles, but we have all the variations and the exclusive styles. It will please you to place your head in one of our hats. Hats at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Any style at any price. The BLUE STORE. H. C. HUMPHREY, Clothier & Hatter. 0 I t 'I (S) IH DO " I OB PKINTIN "x ntni. 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