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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS'- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1902.
FICHT III SEIUTE Senators Tillman and McLaurin Have Sharp Fistic Encounter on Floor. SENATE VERY INDIGNANT, Will Thoroutrhly Punish the Men Who Have Disgraced That Body-Placed In Contempt and Probably Will Not be Restored For Thirty Days-Havo Apologized, Washington, Fcl. S3.- The topic of cnlet Interest In senate-rial elides to-chiy, ami In fact, everywhere hi dtlclal Washing- . . .i. ......i... ... kl-nuld ho done to precene t ho dlgr. ty C the Senato and to man test Us sentiment with re-forouc-o to the two senators who vlntnttd Its tradition". While no plan eit c"' ,w?." . , , ami Viol u , n "outh " Many years ngo I was unfortunate enough ,OU U. . . vi i .en imta of to low my health, nnd. while endeavoringlo Carolina. Theiv have been a. r.i mboi c t , gradually grew worse, until nmferenies nmcur Mcnatc-rs bb to what , ,? .',?: ' ? ' . procedure hws been ..creed upon. Il ls sleep, digestion was Intcrfor'od with, and, gen learned that tr.ern vlll lie very dolluc-rnto crftfiy pea1ciK, I considered my time short neui n ami u is e..iu m hum.. ....... tJiat It Will 1101. OP jess u:.tll unjn .ji... u thoPoutliOimllna. ti nntois will lie rcsloicd to their full oi.ivcrs as tcnlcia, this d.llb- erallcn on thclt cae being In the nature. nt 11 nnnlshmcnt. since they will not lo nllcwed to address tho Senate or vote until 110 longer In ccmeinrt ot tne t-enaie. Fenator Uurrov s is chalrma.ii of (ho com mlttee on privileges, and tloatlons and tc After the secret session,, the Senate, at night he said that In advance of any meet- f,:r, o'clock, resumed business In open scs ln of the committee he cannot i.iy what fon. Nearly every senator In the cl , mber will be done, but ho added that the matter WJS hs frr(. As soon as order . o dd bo is or sucn s-jnous importance inai u must receive careful consideration. among h senators have shown the existence of considerable sentiment that tho npololcs made by thci South Carolina senators aio not deemed sufltalent and that the. commit- tee will require other ana moro ample apoi . i osles to be biibmllted to It In writing, Willi ino usHuriiiico iiuii. ..ivijf,.v.-, n. , maoo to ine ocu.iie neiui u iujuii m.i made la tne enect mat tno scnavors nnvu to the Senate In open session by cither ot bufflciently purged themselves of tho con- tlc hPmttii8 while they were in contempt tempt, of which the Senate has adjudged 0f the Senate. them guilty. Finally, by vote of the Senate, Messrs. Tho whole matter, as stated in tho Sen Tillman and McL.turln wero allowed to ate debate yesterday, is without precedent make their statement, and each apolo and the Senato is now to mako it precedent, glzed for his actions. In tho matter of punishment and In rumlr DETAILS OF THK HNCOCNTFlt. Jng sulncient apology. The conferences to-day developed tho fact that the senators "ur ng his speech on the Philippine .lues regard the matter with all tho siriiMisnss 1 Scnntor 'lillman directed a nuestlon at with which they dealt with il yesterday 'his friends nn the other side of the cham and that they Intended to take such action r- Mr- hpooncr Inquired to whom he re as will prevent, if possible, similar epl- fc"t'd' , , , ., , ,, sodes in tho near future. ' ' 1 h"v-' many friends on the republican side. Personally, you are a nice, ilean STORY OF TIU2 FIGHT. hearted set of men, but politically you are Washington, D. C. Feb. 23 Senator.? tho most Infamous cowards and hypocrites Tillman and McLaurin, colleagues from that ever happened." (Laughter), the Stato of South Cnrollna, fought il 'u the course- of his sp.ech Mr. Tillman fierce battlo with lists on tho floor of tho became involved in a lively colloquy with Senate yesterdav. Each struck Iho other 'r. Spooner of Wisconsin reKiwMInK the repeatedly, and blend was drawn on Mr ratillcntion of the Paris treaty. lie ro Tillman by a herd blow dells ercd by .Mr fcre-d to Mr. Spnoner's comments in his McLaurin. Tho angry flfhtcrs wero sep- speech of y.-sterday upon the part tak. n arated with great dlttiouily by other sen William .1. Bryan In securlnK the ratltl ntors and Asslstant-Sergeont-at-Ai in eatlou of the treaty. He aRrecd with the; Layton Wisconsin senator that the Intluenee of This remarkable encounter occurred eli'.r Mr- Bryan was potent, but Insisted that Inc what had been a rather heated discus even his influence was not smile lent to In slon of the Philippine bill, and in tho duco the Somite to ratify the treaty. Af prcsence of an unusually large number in hp h;1(1 ll:,lu',.!? tnal 11 w"'' !,0,sp11'10 f?r tho eaJleries, which were crowded bceaiwo him tn do, Mr. 'lillman usserted.the repub bf the jrencraJ holiday. After the Senate llc'atJ ul lucked votes enough to secure bad discussed tbc- disgraceful occurren.:o ratification. in a secret sesiicn, the two senators madt; ki'OW. he shouted, shaking hN apologies for their conduct, but wei-3 de- fin01- !" "'" repulilleuu side, "how those clarrd In contempt. Mr. Tillman's sneocli on tho Phlllnnlnn Mil led no to tho fisticuffs. He had vliror- enifly denounced tho measure, nnd crltl- clsed tho metheds of the administratis wr.cn he spoke of "his friends tn tho other lUC Of til Chamber 'The pruosedlngs after the doors were clt.i.ed covered almost two hours In timo oi r.,.,.i, in ,v. ,ii r ,i. 1.,.. In the'form of an order, as follows; ' "Ordered, Th.it the two senators from the State of South Carolina be declared In rani.mni t ,v, nr. .,,..,, .lllereKtlnn nnil' nerar-nnl rn.intnn tw.r-n thnm ti.la rlnv in nrw.,, ceinr, ,,,! that tho matter bo referred to the cm mlttee on privileges and elections, with In Mrurtlons to report what action shall be taken by the Senate In regard thereto. Mr Foraker. In offering the resolution .i.r.ir.H eh,t .v, u.,,. nntrrxro n.-,n Ihn ll.., f ... D "... I nr Mrh th. R.nai. Bhnniii , ..i J. 1 1 ... urc- ' I Mr. Tlnar Inrl.,! (, ,.ncl(l,. p ,t.. Fcrakcr. but thtUKht the' aetlnn nf 'th,, Lrate s'honM hi 1 l.niw " V, f e,1' 7 than th It lie. the - etlAc- tlit arolfn-i ho ienate for ronlempuitncl by the resolution. fere, moved to amend It by oidctlnrr tho two senators from South Cnrolln ftrrlflrH in ...n.,. ... v.. v. c . , ... uj lilt: DVUUIC lOl- JncTl Sftath 11 taKUatodvPrM ' Mr Mackburn ani U. .S n1 thY-th?atth C.,S ."naoTs w o 'rSA ment Mr TtoTr f"CT: '"J- l'""eJv l".c ")rl"m initment "r u.eir con. f,.aWnR lo a lia.stlon of personal p.hll M ForiWrr hn nti rr . ege. Instantly II hush fell over the Senate . ..nn -r..r . . . i-.-iuuuu. Jieiuie ino yr.e wius taieen sev oral senator-! snnke wi.lin i, m KrSSi r n'", .? . . - " ion encounter li- ine Kenate had been I was not so grave as tho charge of mlsc'oi unci. a,unsr. .nr. .Mol.aurin. ..... ,.u...ei.rii.. 1 A motion 11 was muln hv Mr 'i',.n.. i 1. owning of the drs Thl, n.T" TB41. The s?m,'toiV'ene " ssed then.srlv . !n.,"P .: Jng to the X oted dow CVr i''V;.:' 1t"-"'ri ..,'u.w', ,riF.1? Chat there .s ouldn resolution, 1'non tho suE-srostlon of Mr Ttirnn m.. rd a dlWslonoe the.ntwo brknthe. r ,o inestlon. Tho first vote was taken on o irclaratlon that the two senators w"o In X-ntempt. and It prevailed by a unan moi ot of M to 0 on . roll call. Tho Z n 'iiiiuiniiir J Torturing Piles S HrtiiymptomB-Mol5turii;lrilea-irille.h- Irur, (tlnslnE ; deilre lo scralcl., mol ut gj 5 night. If allowed to continue, tumoref.irin, j which often prolruile, i.lc.TKte ami blceU, g 5 Imtuit relief ; no pain ; no knife. tJ 5 Certain cure limply use bj SSwayne's Ointment 3 Ilarmlrin; hllng. Iltlf centi.ry'uleit S S proves that It never falls. At druRKlnti. 0 S 50 Cent. To try before you buy, address, m m Mr. Nwyne A Hma PhlMflphla, Q who will gladly mull, In a ..lain wrapper, Ifl " A .SAMPLE BOX TURK. Knoivn and solvit lehereber good crops are grown. Sold everywhere. 19 Annual FREE. 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M nerVo, system was entirely shntteredVtho 0'rvM COntroiUnB the heart beoamo wenk and U)0 UfnrVa irregular, which was a ourcn of Rrst alarm to rue. I was unsblo to Ior xnw rami, i oecame aufcouragea ana ,lf lhn solution, referring the matter to 1np committee on privileges and election. ,. , ,,,i,,,,t.,.i ,, in.m.i .. ,..,n .. ill u,,ti, . I... fc0uth Carolina senators remained In their Frnta timing the entire discussion. Nclthci lna,0 HIIV nttemnt to address tho Senate. restored. Mr. Blackburn said that dur nir the secret session he had made a statement the secret session he had made a statement to inc sennio of wliot tlie senator from houth Carolina (Mr. Tillman) was prepared , wm,ifi i)C. pleased to say to the Senato Ic ,,xpium .1 that both senators from South Carolina had been declared bv tho Senate to be in contempt. . . . . . - What he desired now to know, and hn wanieu me cnair in inic upon ino point, wus w netner any statciuent coiuu no mauo Voles necessary wen. securnl. "1 low w ere iliey secured : uemaiiueii .m. . opoonei. I know, If the senator does not," re- P"r" unman. i nave r.eeive. in- formntion In conlidcme from that side of 1,1 liuilliit'l, i nuun uvuu inai iinu mi- Proper InMuenrcs were used in Betting those votes. "Name the man." insisted Mr. SiKioner, '"P'-n whom those inlluences were brought to bear. It Is due the senator and tho ft'V mat you name mm. a man wno imiieaclies another ill confidence is) a cow- aid. If tile s,.,UltOr kllOWS of liny lllall ' who has been Improperly Influenced, hc - should name him "Miiiinv. averted Mr. nilman, that the patronage-tlu. federal patronage-of a !as ' p;V'cellcP,llhol',t '!atav i-'nce the ratlllcatlon of that trentj. "What State," demanded Mr. bpooner. "Soiltll Carolina," KllOllted Mr. 'lHlnillll dr '.Tillman I leave you to treo league." nut . I never s atemen l1 "Then," said Mr. SiKioner fight tho matter out with your Well," retorted Mr. Tillm slllrk l esponslbillty for a statement 1 make. 1 know that ho (Mr. McLaurin. his mt,k,!' 1 kriow U"lt 110 Mr- Mt-a",rl"' 1,ls l"''") voted for tho treaty. I know that improper Inlluences were hrought to bvar - 1 know what I believe. "You niy belle e, rein led Mr. ,, ,, , ,..,, ' a " lncldJntfortl.otl.no. Soon atte-rward Mr. Tillman concluded '"V, 't MV' McTu.ri.'T tonoXu!:;iemblngJwU emotion which he- In vain cndeavori.l to control, lose and addressel the Senate les. J he . .. ., .....u .,.r o,,, . cnurgcn wun ..r.u,ii... ............... Hnko with dellberutlon, and hi, cnuncla- ,ln.. .'..a nill- '.. .1,1 .1 MtinCT. 3 absence a few moments ago from e'tr. the city council thai nine hours a day c Senato chamber, In attendance upon the shall bo the the schedule of hours for city eomm tleo on Indian affairs, tho senator laborers. A resolution was nresenind he , , j . . , .... iisii, . ' wno mis jusi "inn. .in r.v w., 1 "M tlmt hnpn.per Inlluences hail be en, l,t,e1 1,1 "l"""r ",,n vot0 ,C f-(,'L"""-v that treaty, and then went ou later mid said mm It applied to the senator from South Ca.ollua who had been given .ho patronage In that Slate. 1 think I get tho senFO of tho controversy. d0b,l' l? U,V Mn r,CSiJfn,'t 1 T, not wo M Htr?"B l"nl'a'- " 1 "te,ul '.a 1 b",n rier,1tho bcTt0 .V, ?P, ih' '"' ""1"ilU("''i '".V1, s' Lllt tl,a,1 lh,oy vrro untrue, I now say," half turning to- wur(j llB rolleapiie, who sat in tho s.uno row only three seats away, that tho stale ment Is a wilful, malicious and de-liberate lie." Mr. McLaurin got no further. Mr. Till man sprung with tlger-liko ferocity nt his colle igue. Mr. Toller of Colorado, who was fitting at Ills desk lK-tween tho two South Curollua senators, was swept aside with out ceremony. Indeed, tho Infuriated Till man climbed over him In Ills effort lo reach McLaurin. , Without the slightest hesitation Mr. lie i Laiirln sprang to meet tho attack half j way. Mr. Tillman aimed a wild blow nt his ' eolieaguii with his right list. It landed upon Mr. McLaurln's forehead, Just ubovo tho left o. although Its force was par tially spent upon McLaurln's arm, which he hud raised In an effort to parry the Plow. Instantly McLaurln's right arm shot oul binding upon Tillman's face, apparently on thc nose. Again Tillman struck out frantically, this time with his left hnnd. I The blow did not land upon McLaurin, 1 Then followed a wild scrimmage, both I senutnrs clutching at each other madly. I Senators Warren nnd Scott, both power- fill men, rushed toward the combatants to separate mom. AHsisianc-ui-Aima wy ton sprang over desks In his effort to reach the bolllgcraut senators. Just us ho telzed McLaurin, Mr. Tillman aimed a left-handed blow at his colleague, which struck Mr. Layton In the face. The blow was a glancing one nnd did no special harm. Mr. Layton tore them apart. Both sena tors were still striking wildly nt each other, some of the blows landing upon Mr. Lrtiion. An Instant later thoy were pinioned In tho urnis of Senators Scott und Warren, and dragged farlhur apart, al thou&h they still made Ineffectual efforts gave up the thought of evor being a well man again. To-day I am a wall man in every mum of the word, and all through tho ue of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, of which I am proud to speak and stand ready to give a nciping worn w mnoring numamty. My health is my greaUst blessing, and words fall to express the gratitude I feel for Dr. Greene and his wonderful remedy." No other remedy In the world will do you so much good as Dr. Greene's Ner vura blood nna nervo remedy. It is the true spring medicine, tho Idcnl spring restorative and atrength-renewer. No remedy la so sure to purify the blood and strengthen the nerves, to bring back bloom and color to tho wan and Jaded cheeks, the brillianoy to the hollow and haggard eyes, tho lightness and elasticity to tho weak and weary steps, the strength, vigor, and vitality to tho unstrung, shattered, and worn out nerves. It is, indeed, the greatest of all spring medicines, for it makes those who use It well and strong. People have more confidence in l)r, Greene's Nervura blood and nervo remedy than in any other medicine, be- cause ft is tho prescription of a regular physician and therefore perfectly adapt- od to cure. Dr. ureene, a xempie Place, Boston, Mass., can also be con- nm, ? Zr. B'Per suited free In regard to any case sonally or by writing to him to set at each other. Finally they wero forced into their seats. Mi. Mcl,aurin. although ery pale, sfemed to be the calmer of the two. Mr. Tlllmun was very white. As he sat down he drew hU handkerchief from his pocket and wiped blood from his fare. Thl seem Iimlv was flowlnrr sllirhtlv from his nose. During tho llfiht senators all over tho ehnmher n.sn r.n their feet. Tint not a wind was snoken. Never In Its hlstorv history had tho Senate recehed i t 'i a shock. had tho Senate recehed i 'i a shock. The president pro tern, ...r. Frye, was the first to regain his composure. In calm tones, ho directed that the Senate br In order. Ho rapped sharply with his gavel nnd In fe.v ir.li.uir sr-mhlnn.-n of or- der wn.s obtained, nlthot'ch s : - natirs. hav- oveied fi-.m about tho .. . ins by this time partially recov tno snocK, moved hurrlculv cliiutiber. Mr. Galllneer was first to address the nhulr .Tn l',.nt,lAt,t . Cnl,l l.n 'T q.lr that the doors be clcse'd."' ' ' Ai'uln the nresldent nro tern renuestnl that the Sen-ile lie In crder and that sen- ntt-is resume their seats. It was reserved for Mr. Prltchard of Ntrth Carolina to somewhat relieve the f train under which al were aborlmr. He desired to address the Senate on the pending Phllipplre bill and. calling for the mention of the nh.ilr, he fald. "If the senator from SMith Car- oll.m (Mr. McLaurin) has concluded- He was Intel ruptcd by Mr. McLaurin who said, very calmly: "I will now pro- ceed with my remarks, which were bo un- 1 1 Miuinii 'inij iiiivi l llill-ll. , "I call tho tenator frr in South C.iiolln.t. - to crder." Interrupted Mr. Teller, "Which 3110 of the i'cnati;rs'" Inquired .Mr. .uc-L!i-.irlii, with some t.sperity. "This one." snld Me. Tellnr 1 1 tin cloacd. HON, C. J. BELL INJURED. c.n ,, , , Foil on Railroad Traclc at Now Hoven nuu cui mis ueaa aovoroly. New Haven Junction. Fob. St. C. J. Bell i xwui.cn, secretary of the State board cf n ..... - . . - ... .""'u'1-' ,0. "l . ' railroad track h.-re to-night 1-11 and cut si. iliictl piofusely. Dr. E. S. Vi sion i f NVve nv Farmers' Instit.ile tn Havi n to-night and was e retslng the ley track to take a team for that place- when h,. Ml. striking his bead on tin rail He tr ok the north bouwl train which w'as several h. urs late owing to no .eel, , 7 "t Brandon md will pro.. e,l t o , tn ,s i!omo , Walden. ,....., .OT, BARRL S Al i,R CASES SETTLED. l.arre, I-eb. 24. Major N. D, Phelps and thr. i . . ';--MaJor N- n. Phelps and ....... v iiniiru in nm nuari o a i ti. men havo reached an agt-e-ement with tho Miaiiorii ,t Holden Manufacturing com- ......moil c- ior seine- 11 1 "ier wu-cs, wun me exception ot pejiishlng, that the latter have against lie city. By the agreement the Strafford & ilolden company will receive $J,iiX) and tax- ,.umtii,ni,nii, n,u i-i-ce.vc j,i-u-i anil lax- able costs and Wells, Lamson A Co., $:im, Ibis arrangement will probably be rutllic.i at tho first meeting of tho city council, TO REGULATE HOl'R.S FOR CITY LA-' BORERS. .Mr. McLaurin, "and the other one. loo, .,llo thp t'nited States shall be hereafter , , , P last ear. it was m.-uie move- air. i'rltcliarcl then offered tho following Bennington, Feb. 25. President Clement for that rrattrr." " from rt ml,oseu in tli speeches on trusts, coinage and resolution: 0f the Rutland railroad system In a letter "Mr. Prelde-nt." Interjected Mr. For- r,inD,,i, is othcr Irrelevant matters. The galierlf a -Whereas. The senior senator from the to your correspondent states that the com- aker, "I Jiln In that. There Is some way r,', J T bin'exen nts tho commctce passing " l1-1.''1"''1 , aH day In anticipation of Slate ot South Carolina charged in a pany has decided not to construct the to protect the dignity of this bedy." between the I'l'lted States and the Phil- 1 nnce Iienry s visit. speech on tho lloor of the Senate, that th 1 branch from North Bennington to the "Certainly," said Mr. furrows, who had !,. .,, trom the operation of the navU.i Mr-1 U'rwln (Ky.) elc Ivcrcd his flr. junior senator from tho same State had Farmers Inn In Hooslck, where It would been endeavoring valnl to get the eye of .' ,." of i'niu.,i States until July sl"'ec" ' th.e llcuso and denounced the it- been improix-rly Influenced In casting his connect with the Chatham ajid Lebanon the chair, "and the Fenate ennn..t 1-t this i.J ,,'ua authorizes the Philippine coin- " nr';a 1M' ,".lo'Vl'C!.(M, hec,en .re- voto for tho ratification of tho treaty of Valley division, as was the Intention when thing pass. Mr. President." Ndeln to Issue licenses to crafl now en- em the vls.t of Prince Heuiy. peaco between the United States, and Sra.!n; the latter road was built. It is announced "Mr. President," Mr. Gnllinger again n nKhtciago or oyeluscw-ly linrlnr -V,r- ('llucrt Pl'tfied the rcpubllchn und, that the reason is that the Rutland road snld, "I ask that the dc.-rs mlcht be :..:.,.. .... 1, r.rt hulk In Pflicy In the Pl.lllpplnrs. "Whereas, The said charge was emphatl- has made- arranaements with tho Hoston - ..... . iinuuii, s.uu .nr. i-orai.nr, W'lO rvnid bv citizens of tho I'Mltet Htatt'x ur , , , . , , ' .- had moved Into the main aWI.-. "I move "v'"', habitants of tb- Philippine Nlul- PPla"Jcd some venturlnf: to give vent to that the Senu. fo into , x-entlve session." ' , J Ves nn. taxes colecte. 11 nursua. .o d,tVrs- V . IIpnrJ- Erac.-tul bowed M t... A. ...... , ..(., . W.thout comment the motion was aerreed ..... ..,,,11 i. ,,;,i,i inn, the ireos-a v wns lnpn s"1""'" t0 r-"t "y Mr c to and at 2:(T o'clock- tho ,in.,r nr L r.,,,' ' ., ' 1 1 .......i r.,r J'itt (ill). He remained tor L mlntit-M dur ..... , ...... oj ine i-iiiiiiiiiiiu j..vnu.-i .niv. - II. IS . II. . I ..wus. .u.i in nis fcaip. It laid hie " " V . " from here bad been murdered nti.1 lint V ,,' ' , '""' St. Jol-nshury, FtD. 2...-'J'lie marriage o: bnro. Mrs. A. D. il open to the bone r..T.l ti... um.,,,1 i,i.. . given notice an hour he-lore, ami o.in ""' ''"'''."' 1 .". . thu dinner gl ell to-night in honor of .u ni,.n,, ,., Kfi.sely. Dr. K. S. Ves.un ,wi L were adapted. The amendments w.-rv. To a!' ,9'1'1"' .Prince Henry of Prussia at th- White S i , R il. tn hi id . nf iii ''7:?!'.,'' " 'T.d the, injured man Provide for 'r'ght e.f appealing to the 's j. i-N, own , nae nea so , a llouse. lt Is stated this action on the pari wMcn occurrt.a nt thc nullard horn- thll araua and Mrs." C. H. ...... .. tvcil stitches to "''l''"V:,.'V.' in with some blunt Instrument, fine nf her V.' ' . "l tw Itfng, w.i.- an unusually successtul so- ton. Mrs. J. E. Dalgbdch i.n uie wounii ipgelher. .li ly i, un. as ine iimo uui im- u.i.is.i- .,, , , , . . ' , .. . , 'act inai owing 10 tne occurrences on ci,. PV. n' 11 o home was decorated In v- i; -ri.n,... f Mr. Hell was on hi Z. ... ..,,. . . Hon laws of the L'nlte.1 States should bo s hud been shot through the bend and tno 00r of tht. Scnrltp ,us, g,lttlrd,v thu I ! ' e ' ., '""V" . , ' . ' " h': . " Sl1lv. Montpeller. Feb. 2I.-An article, has been niatt-r of keeping to that 'agreement re placed In the. warning for tho AInrch meet- malned Willi tho senators and also that "r.lu 11 uT win recommend m , ,, , , , ; . ...... ........... , . n iii-imikjk iasi year a ong these lines, but was laid on the table. The Pectod to bo favorably acted on. WINDSOR PASTOR CALLED TO TROY Bennington. Feb. 24,-At a meeting of t'rl,n0i;Mi',,w'.,lh?'rre.0f, .th0 ,P,rHt Un- wfi " mVni J I i'l'3 H "'T"" 1 was unanimously , decided to extend a call to the Re. E. (.. Ordway of Windsor to beconni pastor of the church, Ho has preached In that church several times re- c-ently and given general satisfaction, tin has been located at Windsor llvo years nnd is also chaplain ot the Vermont State i.i .nun. uruwaj u.so naa a can to East Brldgewatcr., but it Is bellevod that he will accept that from Troy. He Is a graeluato of the Meadvllle, Ph., Theological tc-mlnaiy. John llnys, the. first white man to dls- cover tho Immense copper ele poults of Michigan, still lives In Cleveland, O., and Is 97 years old. OldCoughs New coughs arc bad enough ; old coughs are worse. They make you think of bron chitis or consumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cures consumption. Not all cases, but very many. Your doc tor will explain this to you. Talk with him about it. "My mother bad consumption for many years and was given up to die. Then she tried Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral and was completely cured." D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y. 2ic.,ilc,.H. j,C.AYMW..UwtU,Mutv PHILIPPINE BILL Paused by Strict Party Vote of 46 to 26 by the Senate Yesterday. M'LAURIN AND TILLMAN OUT Not Allowed to Speak or Vote on tho Measure-Ono Amendment Restricts Operation of Sedition Laws Provisions of the 11111 as It Was Passed. AVashlncton Feb "I -After cIkIU houis f i,Zi2 ,U tn , ,1-iv t ho Sena to 5 !U,"U '.' '.li?, '.i.,., L passed tho Philippine tariff bill by i voto r l, ib Li.iiitiv t,.,i-( writ,, Mr 'I'llliii iii ''b; .r1'!.' :V rlLv.0.U,..rr.' : !"'," ! k,i, rv.mii,,., wh .m stut.i.iv last worn declared by tho Senate to l In contempt because, ol their ilBht In tho chamber, wen, not permitted by voice or by voto to par 11 'V "TK ncht tn vntn n ' ' "Z " 'h L LI Tho question as to their rIKht to voto 1'reclpltati.l a sharp debate liUt!nK nearly two hours. Mr. Turner. Dcm., Washin,;- ten contended vigorously for tho right of Ur. in,, u.miinrn tn i nsl the r votes am ho 111.' IW M'lliliui.'i III curL III, II lima .i.t. ,vu imtnln,..! hv Mr. Pa.ttorson of Colo- !ldo Mr uaiicy of Texas and other demo- ''1, "J y Koraker. Mr. Aldrlch nnd other re- publicans held that th senators clearly f"T,t parUclpato in any ot the pro- MM Ot tho Senate until they had f Stln,," Us of co.Ucmpt a.il the !...... ...... .i ,i, i,., ,. t....,i ? ', ...... m- t,v I..I.1 rl ,,n V, and ...... ..... .... ,.i,i ,,t v.,i nnd he wna sustained by a majority of tli" le wna sustained by a majority qnnnie Senatc. During the ilebatn on the Philippine bin McComas T and Mr. Wellington of M rsdand bee imo involved In a contro- ' u rJ " t ,...,i,.i. n, versv uurniK uie i;um; wfc ,,.....1. ...- . ,jpcl.ireci that It Mr. McComas should mal e h s "tatements outside ot the S n- "te chamber hwould br nil them as a ate ehamtiti nt, n ou il er am ' malicious falsehood. 11c was called to o - rri,;ih. n,i resumed his scat ! . T. . ''Innvn,,,?.,, offered to the , ..... ..... , . i.. r.r.v,.(.d he n,n.iif..n. nnlv one. an amendment re- ,;trlctlng the operation ot the sedition laws 'c.nactt.d by the Tuft commission win n,ie,0,i 1 . . ... . mri,t.. thm nr. i, ,h -hlllnnliu- archi- "',;; f'rom the Cnitrd States snail b. .''X.I lo r .v the .1 u les levb-d agal. st Xy The Philippine commission and a, " u 'on llUo articles Imported In the '! " irom foreign countries, tha ,;.,.. .,,,, ,rt...i in ihe 1'nlted States the United States or In the ,'hillpplncs and thnlr henellt ' A articles ma iinfactui ed In bonded ennuract ur big warehouses of Importe-l !U. " it r'.r , ,J n .. ni . wi ne tax. when shipped from the l nl- nwiiue lax, wntu sn.pjieu irni mu- . ted States to the Philippines shall he e.- empt from the internal revenue tax una taxes paid upon such attlelos shipped to the i'nilippme isianus since .-jvcu.ic i- m. .... ..... . . ...e .., - '" .uVtl""u,u' , ... . .,.. I-our o ciock Having urnvtru, ..n. i.u-ih were adopted. The amendments w-r-. M'o extended absolutely to the Philippines. ' Mr. Pattcrsan 1,ls "mf repeal or the se Philippine com taken un it. Wl I-nurln was passed. Mr Pattetson asked whv. but was drowned In a chorus from, the republican side demanding "the reg-' ular oi'der. ' When the . oil-call was com- pleted Mr. Turner, Dem.. of Washington. pleted Mr. Turner, Dem.. of Washington. i eninniieu to Know wnv tie name ol lie senator from South Carolina hud been called "1110 names 01 noin sen.uors rrom r-nuiu Carolina, repuei .Mr. h rye. ine presiuent pro ten., "were omitted by the ch-tk by direction of the chair." "Then followed ritilte a long wrangl-. "Then roiioweu quite a long wrangi-. Mr. Turner Insisting 011 discussing tho question nf the right of the South Carolina .senators to vote, despite points of order that under unanimous consent agreement I to debato was In order on any subject. Mr. In lltA ,.litr hr.n'r.fn- o.it.t .fen. ho would not refuse to rccoarnlze a sena tor who rose to a question or personal privilege. Mr. Turner Insisted that the fact ii.... .. ...,,.. i,.i i.., ... .... ... in,.i r, ii,vi". .,,.. ..,,.,1.7., u. contemnt did oTvcTlng. Mr 'orake contarv to e not deprive him of the right iker of Ohio said It would he contrary to common decency for a inem- her of the body declared to bo 111 contempt "4tt0mpt t0 tMale ,n 1110 P"1'"""- Mr! Mnllnry. Hem. of Florida lm.ht.-rt thn fact that the senators were .-nntcmpt Indicated that they had not yet i,on punished and ho maintained that until tn0 Senntu passed upon tho matter the senators wero In tho same status as by any other senators. At this point tho guest of the nation, Prince Henry of Germany, was escorted nto tho chiunber to a seat by the side of President Pro Tern Frye. As thn prince ascended the President's platform tho Sen- tn rose ms a body and hearty npplauso swept over tho floor and the thronged g.il- lerles. Mr. Bailey, Dem. of Texas, expressed iho opinion that senators could not bo prevent. e.i from exorcising their right to voto even though they were under actual arrest While Mr. Bailey was speaking, Prime Henry, who had occupied his seat besldo Senator Frye for w minutes, withdrew from tho chamber, accompanied by his es cort, and amid applause from both thn floor and the gnllerle-ji. ITocecdlng, Mr. Bailey said that imy senator would have been likely under thn s.tmo circumstances to do what tho sena tors from South Carolina had dono on Stt urday and ho declnrcd that ho did not con sider their offense so serious as the depri vation of a State of Its representation on tho dnro of tho Senate. Finally, th 3 chair recognized Mr. Alilrlch and he mado the point Hint, ns th-s Senutn was proceeding urder tin unanimous agreement to vote cn-the Philippine bill no dlfi-usslcii was In orelei nn any subject. He asked that this point he submitted to the Senate, v. hlch was drno, with the if tult that the dlrcusslon was declared out cf cuder by a vote of to 25. On this tiutstlon Ser.atrr Welllnrton votfil with the republicans to euaUIn the point of or der, while Senator Jones cf Xt-vnda and Senator Mason voted with thc demo-sraH. Mr. Turner tht n sought to swiro rocoj;. nltlnii, In ordti to have sprend on the ritoids a prntest of Mr, Tlllmsu, but tl.o privilege w-lJ drilled at tin time lili'I tllr Senate proceeded U Um twisUUraUou gf mm the l'h iui nes shall pay a uuiy oi - " m.r rent of the rates lixcd by Iho Ding- occupation. It then trans ictetl some biisl- " . .1....1...1.1... u i..i: ui.l(. lne Senerator and bruising those who were eums ni eacn apuiiee, ine uaie ui n, -T m. ". ii- e-enort fives p ild upon "ess pertaining to tlie District of Columbia "csubiiiiuu 111 ine (jroeuuiuBs ior near. poiniment ana compcnsaiion mnows u ,..iJ VrA.,, .1,,. I'hilh.i.m.- -in hi- und later took up thediplomat c and consu- cu..n-.upe. 1 mrcniin encir.so me resoiu- .nary iilCKtoru, cient, Juno ,, 1 v the articles trom tne 1 lliuppine an ... ... .... . .... . !,, - .-u- .ipiMve.eAiL-vii T.r,r T.-n-r 1 vn' .... 1 V. ii i, .i.n until... .In., mm- ,:lr appropriaiion dim. 1 no 111 1 carries an "-' )", ...... ...... 1 iui. .i .i.v-. pe ago as required by the I h Pi"'"1 .,,,,.'.,,,' ot i9aii67Si an rrc.a8e f JOHN LOWNDKS McLAFIHN. ROAD. iu-k-ti .1. Bliss, clerk, June R. li J .1 mission All uriic.es; i.u.v I p,n.A .1 . , .. I tcly to the Philippines. ' tlle tnronis ot three others had lie-en cut. T.,.. r. r-nin,-,,,!,, tn.M, None of tho family had been seen slncj CASCARA & QUININE CURES JK TX Jk. cunts COLDS OlV UGRIPPE IN 24 HOURS. NO BETTER REMEDY KNOWN FOR HEADACHE 35 TABLETS FOR 25 CENTS. BE SURE TO GET HILL&. IT IS THE ONLY GENUINE. amendments to tho Philippine hilt. Mr. Ifonr offered nn amendment pro viding that 110 person shall he convicted or "treason In the Philippines by any tribunal, civil or military except upon the testimony or two witnesses or of confes sion In open rourt. This wai unrced to unanimously, the vole helnp CO to 0. Mr. Hoar offered another amendment provldlnp that there should be no punish ment hy any tribunal of tho United States civil or military, of any person who should fall to rIvo Information of the treason of 11 '""ther, father, son or daughter. The '""endment was nreed to 3S to .14. Mr. Firrnker (Ohlo crftwd an amend- ' , t ,h i?n.t. i rn article- eeinlnfr Into the United StntJS ftm tho Phlllpplno Islnndr, should be fifty Ppr r,,lt ot t"' Dlnpley in ts. instead of n ?c;a ".lVJZlr? JZ,ZiZ l1' vo P- rty lines were abandoned, tho NnyttMMSIJi AMrlcn, Allison, rtallev. '"-d. Bato. Emrows, Clark. (Mont.) Oil- ":'". P'otrich. UclUver. Dubois, ,,,' ; ,,. l, tiiii,.o ta,.i',i. '' .n. ?vv tanA, nw t" lntd.ZTr 1r?Vs rVev' Ke m (irM ft " nr ".er jtei.vfr ' !"' ''"bp; iim.-cr. ,iei .I'lrin, ,fi x , fw,l-, m..nM., r,... 'Ml".) MnllorJInrt n. Money Patterson. ,""?,"' 1 L. '' tLonn;' tcrart. Fl;oc:pr, Itnwllns. Simmons, Sim, n Spronor, Tall i- Iwcfl raicr. Turner t. Wamn. Viet, " "re-iotii ,-M-8 Bacon. Berry, tl.irnham, ",lr1t0":1 C'1- clArk ,of V??lnV CJ.aV' om. Dry. er, I hbanHs ;. For- !'"rr. rosier oi asnington: i.ainntrer. Uamble . Gibson. Han-brcugh, ICcarns. Ma- " Mlliarn, Mltencil. .NclfOn. renrose, Pettus, Piatt of New York: Quarles, Scott, 1 euus, i urn ni .ew lorn: ijuaries, ocon, &,'',vnrf, " elllncton. total, J. , 1 ' ., 1 rK lt ejeted and the hill was passed. M.r- I 'rii';r renewed his reque. Protest of Mr- Tillman acnlnst allowed to vote should he spreai Mr. Turner renewed his request that tho not D"i -g pread upon the , . . . , . 4. 'V;'"', . , '""''r 1 .'" ,'olls,-, " lon'11 Iccor'1; "p !,lrl n"ta'!K, for. unaV " !n0.l, consent for Its publication he said, but demanded It as a const tut nna right. .,. r.iie nhi.i Mr. Piatt of Connecticut objected. Further discussion of the subject was rut b' ,hp pt,nn,c at KOn Into i x- cuine session. At 6:r tlie benate ad Jollril(,(1 PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE. ... . .. .. '.".i "J. , . ' " UDnn oul?nr ljRnas a?8ea' Washington. Feb. 2I.-Tlie House to-day P 'ssc.l a bill to dUldo Texas In... four Judl- ''' districts and also the Towney rcsolu- '0 calling on the secretary of war for lnioimation coneernlng the .,Al u"h Juncinre i-nnco. ncnry enteren Wlllf.lt limn l.rt f.,.l.i,..l tl... ... ...t, K..-.v.-. u '',Kt ',n ,lhe prccceJIngs. He was loudlv ''PP!""''"1 " he left the eln.mber. Without disposing of the penning bill appJauded as be left the eln.mber. Without disposing of the penning bill ""' 1101,80 at m- 3'rned. . ; J jiFl.MBERS OF FMILV MCR. I " DER ED. " " ' I eisn. i.a.. ceo. zo. i.ast miriit it. was dlsrow-red thai flv.- f the sK nf - , , ,, , , : V, . "' -' ' ' T1:"'?' M ' ,r" ,u' tnron B oi lliree others had been cut. t-""9 m'ginatij . wrMF-v ad WOMEN AR Washington, Fi A 1 1 T.' ni-npvt-ni'rive. Washington, 1-eb. 33. Extension of wo- mans win unu ine increase in me na- tional birth rato were discussed during the sessions of the Woman's National uhi.cu .wt.iviu,ij. m .1 i,uK on 1110 i:uii- '-uiijeci .his. c-usan loupg e,iues 01 ui.iu declared that woman physically had de- generated and In thc struggle for In - tellcctual greatness which she had been teiicciiiai greatness wuicn sne nau dcoii making during the last half century had forgotten the gieat mission of her being, 'Children's actlwtl'S' wire discussed hy Mrs. Ida Smoot Dusenberry of the Na- tional Woman's Relief society of Utah, The Danger Point. When your temperature is at 102, you know you've reached the danger point. Your system is weakened. You have sharp Eain, hurried and interrupted reathing and a short. dry cough. You fear to move, or even breathe needlessly. The tonical proper ties of 6iT . 1 1 99 iui-ier-Da secure quick relief. "Ru-ter-ba" cures all nerve troubles, clears the brnin, and tones up tlie entire system. "Mylllmti wii due to a heavy cold con tractfll III a ruin ktnrtn In ljrfnbr. I haA n .a re attack ot llronchltlj fellow! by chill, and f ver. I brnn to In in ltsh and had uch adit, tut fur food that tha nitre nljrM Ql itcamtd name. and WHiilllnc. Mrdlcii.rsvrttleh I tank to rolievj th llronchltlj had no Be-t whattver until ItU-TER-HA waiadil.ad. Aft.rlaalna Itlfiol aiwfUmv.r. Tin cough ha.dUap- pr.rru omirvi jr, in r uiye. i.en i.oj iruprovta ana my ttrwurthretiuntd. Vountrinr. Mm. Bobt. C. Hirv, Wst d St.. N, Y. S.nipl.l and Ilookletr aent frft on application. eR.tcr" Pallets tore Camtlpttlos. 3Jc Tne ur. J. t. itrown medical Co,, Albany, N. Y. j Fur salu by. O'aULLlVAN & YOUNO, 1102 , IN 3 DAYS. Names of South Carolina Senators to Be Omitted from Roll Call. INVESTIGATION ASKED Senator McLaurin Wants a Vindication from CharBos against Hlm-Presl-dent Roosevolt Withdrew Ills In vitation to Senator Tillman to Attend Dinner. WoshinRton, Feb. 24. Eerator Frye, pres- I(i,.nt nro temrore of the Senate, cave il - reCi0u to the clerks of the Senate to-d ly .i-nt th names of Senators Til man and McLaurin of South Cnidlna. mutt not b McLaurin of South Cntc! na. mutt not ho calld on the roll calls until further notlr e. This fixes thu rtatus of the senators, wno aro practically suspended from all sena- torial functions. a rhn nf ih s.rm.itlnn.-il Hr-h? nf Knt. nnlny was heard at the conclusion of rou- - - tine business In the Senate this mornliu- Mr. Piltchard (Rep., N. C.,) submitted the f(,,iowinc utter, which was read at tno r.leik'i desk- utiKS usk. .. . . . -".-. ''- Hon. J. C. Pritchanl, U. S. Senator. Wash- ingion, u. i. My Dear Sir: I was i-revcn'ed, as you know, from offering the it-solution, which I wrote- at my desk ou Saturday, demand- lng an Investigation of the charges muda "' ",J "v".- " u .f uUJn , , by my colleague by being adjudged in con- "'t'l,' ,l. "" 551 . 1 . "' -". the privileges and request you to intioiu. a y the itsjlutlou. for the nason that if the "c 1 e lesj JrBH are time. I nm unfit to remain a. of the Senate, and If they are un- "'llc '-' m-" Jvno tpaae them is unlit to transfer of remain a number cf this her.orablo body, shook the building and scattered thii gs I-oyes, ,i ery credltablo showing Th ; American In """ event, I feel that 1 an entitled to generally, making a complete wreck of for the Green Mountain State, w r cnlly denied bv the Junior senator. ,i.-it. .,, niv vw...,...n.vc vi. ini-.i- eiteB nnd elections be. directed to investl- gate and reuort as to the truth of the said barges, with full power to send for per- Sons and nane-S " f... .1 ..ff , 1 .. ..... kjii ...111..111 u. .ui. ii.uu in,; i rsu.ii uuu a-i referred,to the committee on privileges and elections. ; elections ; Til I MAM mill n NinT ATTPMn President Withdraw Invitation for Him to Attend Dinner at White House. i. ... . .. " f. '. l'.a: 'Vrl ,,e.' " wiumrawn ine invieaiion exienoeu lo srn- .Prince Henry of Prussia at th- White .eator from South Carolina was declared In contempt of tho Senate. Senator Mar man, owing to the fact that he Is the ranking minority member of tha naval anaivs committee. I Hero was a s.-nsatlnnal senuel to trm decision of the President to eliminate Sen- ator ti man from the 1st of dinner eucsts Tho President sent for Senator Coekrell of Missouri and asked him as a friend and Democratic colleague 01 Tinman to suggest to tno latter tne propriety or withdrawing- his arceptat.ee nf tho dinner Invitation. The President explained his attitude in the matter and said that In lew of tho con- matter anil s.11.1 mat in lew or tno con- tempt proceedings Tillman's presence) would not only be an affront to the Senato but a discourtesy to Prince Iienry. Mr. C-iekrell accepted thocommlhsinn and Inter tele-phoned to the President that Senator Tllln an absolutely refused to withdraw his. acceptuiu-o In response to the Pre&ldeut s .suggestion, Tho President then Immediately can celled the Invitation In a note dct.pat. hed directly to eSnitor Tillman shortly befom noon to-day. In this note which was very brief and formal tho President stated that lie regretted ho was obliged to withdraw the Invitation, Simultaneously Senator Martin of Vir ginia was Invited to take Senator Till man's place at the dinner as the next ranking democratic member of tho Senato committee, on naval affairs committee. Senator Tillman will not accept thn de cision that ho Is not to bo allowed to vote. When the roll Is called lie will rise In his place nnd demand thn right lo voto and present a formal protest against the denial of a State's right to voto In tho Senate. THE OLEOMARGARINE BILL Senate Committee to Strike Out the I House Amendments. Washington, Feb. M. The Senate com i mlttee on agriculture, by a vote of six to live, has decided to strike off the obnox ious House amendments put on the oleo margarine bill, after it was reported from the committee) there. This practically ie stores the measure to the form that was acceptable to the farming and dairy In terests ot the country before it was chunged by the president and secretary of tho Nutlonal Dairymen's association whon thoy went before tho House com mittee and repudiated the (Irout hill, It has all along been expected that tho Senate committee would tako this action, nnd the dairymen have been waiting, with- out making any denunciation of the ac- lion of the Houso until thoy should know whut the Senato would do, Tho friends of the hill In tho Benuto are expressing e - on - fldence In Its passage, It was defeated Inst session by tho pressure of other Important legislation and the persistence with which the shipping hill was urged on the cou blderatlun of the Sennte, It Is salt! that the large western oleo concerns aro mak 1 lng no effort to prevent the pnssage of the 1 bill, and that It Is only ftom the cattle raisers ana some smnu ojeo men mat any opposition Is encountered. Tht South African constabulary, more widely known us "n.-P.'s Police," after Oon, Hsden-I'owell, Its organlrer. now stands (i.om) strong and eoeh month drafts vurylng fiom 1M to -J0H men ure leuvlnff England for South Africa. NEGLECTED CHILD. Shocking Case of Inhumanity Discovered in Town of Halifax. HENRY BELL ARRESTED Refused to Buy Food and Clothing for Eldest Son -Three Othor Children Neglected-Youngest Will Prob ably Die Humane Asrent Caused Prosecution. Btuttlcboro, Fib. -Henry Bell ot Hall fax was irlvi n a preliminary hearing bc- ' , ,,ll',,., 11 V"K, ,, .. .r.i LU . ii.y ci i.in '! . rue.., .. .. wulu .j, iifB -ctli.ff to proMd.. fniiK clotbluB i was held undu tun iN of tiW for his ap teuianee at the siciin tit Countv Court which opens next week. I unier or t'oiice. nan, policeman Amniw',,,,,,., restorMlon. reissue, etc . .Irhu U. rim Jirs. jonnio ji. i'owor3, nrni oi inc Vermont Humane Society, drovo to Hall- ...A lino iiiu.iiuiK, iiiiitiiijih inn .ami and returned lth Hell to Brattleboro. i no cimnmon oi '-.en s i.ou-e was inue- Irrtltably filth and the testimony pf Hell'M Ighbors ami others rev'cnle.l a staf' of talrs which ono would rot suppr-se could nt ntrnlrs which ono would rot snpp exiH In a clvlllzrd community. Thrre aro fcur children In the hoi.te, sewn years old and undT. rll of whom are tn-.utl lent ly nourished. The youncest, a boy ri two years Is 111 with rickets und probably will not recover. Bell was unable to secure ball to piutil. Enu prooaoiy will bo taken to jail to- mi marrow morning. -j IGHTH DISTRICT MASONIC MF.KT- ING. Ernttlcboro. Feb. 25. Three hum' red Free .Masr.ns attended the annual e iKhth dUlrli t meeting her - to-day. Columbian V-dgo .if ' tli Hi B isrnitiHuoro opened tno meeting en tlie third degree. Tho first degree wn -xi-mp- llfled by Social Lodge of Wilmington, an I Brattlciboro I.odKO o Brattleboro ruhj.us. ed the lectures. A banquet "ias served at fi o'clock. In the evening tho third degree was woikr.l bv officers from the sevr;il l,,r1.'r m ti... district. A feature of the meetln.- was tho singing by the Harvard Quutett.; of Le.slr.n. Several officers were present. .. , - iajoiua i.-s ejit hLU orwell, Feb. 2.-Whlle workmen wvro putting a now generator for acetlylene gas nuo the store of W. B. French & Co.. ons f them Itwertmt a u-hro.i m..tr.i, ... if an inside connection was nrone-rlv made. There occurred an explosion which ilaine road whereby it will run Its trains uver me trains ol inu laiier roan uireer. into th.. cite nf 'l 'rrv-. Inulmt.l nf t.trnlnr- them over tn ih Ronton .nn.i rnln, ;.r Iloosiek Junction as Is nnw the mm with nil Its trnln.l rv.ont tli.. ul..n..rs nwl th.. .... .. . 5. . ' . uay nyer. i.nuer mis arrangements oy its connections at Tro the Rutland railroad w,n he enabled to run through passenger trains direct from Montreal 1,, X. w York, Instead ot only sleeping cars as at present. WEDDING IN ST. JOHNSBURY xit. c,aiaB n.... an ut.. unv.n.. " "V ouirnra voniraciinir i iirtiBB, rt.,,, R i,i.,.i , Mr. f,tr...les of ihrn. f r.T". ' .... u " r.Vir , - ftith evercreen relieved with white cJini wtis performi'd Rev. I-M wit nl Church, nsslst Joner. nil.tcir .hn i-'irst rnlv.rsallst chur.-h in l! of which the rroom is u member. The bride s sister. Miss Auncs Marlon Bull.ir.I. ., v,Pi,iAn,ntH n,..e tv, i.ri.iA a,vay bv her brother. Di. Harry Cites r,..ni ti,. rir,,i,i -i,,,. ,,...,.i The' bride's -own was of while 'liberty ;.. over white taffeta trimmed wi-h p,,h,t d'rs;e-it lace, lag.-ilng a-.d Frem knots She woie a veil a'nl carried bibb s ros,k Th- bridesmaid wcie a gown of lnk silk crepe de- chene trimmed wl"i J ni annliruie and roc and e in l.-J aiist,. a. ,,mk tnrn n,im H r .wr.r.i v amations. The best man was W1 Duthle. of Barre, and the usher- Cadger of Raire, anl Ctrl J Greene of St. Johnsbury. A trio ir The Doctor Case usualK contains a bottle of Johnson's Anodyne Liniment. Its mo hy physicians anil by families for more than 90 years h proof of its medicinal value. No single remedy known is of uiiirc frequent use 111 ,1 home than Johnsons nnwLINIMENT Cold" dlFappoar when you tako It Internally, dropped on ugar. All diseases csuked hy, or accompanied hy, Inflammation, are cured by It, und the list la a long one, ranging frou. a burn or briib" to diphtheria. Take Internally or um externally. In two .1.., i,iti. -iicenta aud M) cents. Write for irro copy of 6t page book "Treatment lor Dlnouaea and I. S. JOHNSON 4 CO., 22 Custom - J EVERYTHING 1 x X 'J That's how you find selections in Haberdashery here. Never a doubt of "good form" never a doubt of newness never a doubt of variety never a doubt of values. For evening dress, for every social function, here is completeness from tho linen collar to the full dress suit the Shirt the Tie, the Jewelry, the Gloves, tho Handkerchief, the Hoso, the Suspenders all are here "just right." THE BLUE STORE, : : : : t H. C. HUMPHREY. m Young's orehrttra playrd tho wd li match from Lohenjfrln, and duiin ' th' tr -mony rendered Tlie lAivn Scene, from 1 -heip.rlti. Tho dlnlnff rcoin dccoratlori v. Ki4ecu and rjd and dainty refrcihrn Wfro served. The brldo receUcd ma ' valuablo wedding ijlfts. Over KO a,w i v.ere present, among thcto from mif town belnu Mr, and Mrs. C. C ixm , Miss Varney, Mis. (). N. Hale, liarrr Mi anil Mrs. H. It. Howe, MIfh How.', N'n 1 Thflfonl, Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. J"W Charles II. Cheney, V(.(.dstllle, N, II , Jlrs. Carl C. Fletcher, Swontoni Dr 1 Mrs C. V. Staples, Ly.idc nvillc, and .1 . and Mrs. John W. Tinker, D.invllK Tho bride Is ono of St. Jolinsburv s m t i poimlar young bulbs, anil p nti nr'lst " rare ability. 1 ho Kroom Is deeorator i tho lxni?es Brothers' ,t Smith s store a 1 has H host of friends bere and lit otl r parts of the State. Mr. ami Mr". S tit pi 1 left on the midnight train for a two wecud' trip to Boton and New York. CAUGHT IN MACHINE Workman In a Paper Mill at Bellows Falls Terribly Injur, d. Bellows Fulls, Feb. -o. U.n ifl Marlbor ourIi. aijed 1G, employed a:- a maehit.ft ten der at the Blake & IllgKlns p.ip rrah rn was iiuiqht in the cbitih al tb w pi I of tin inathlnu to-d.i. Hi w n 1 between tho machine and tin body ttlklns al each rewilui mi tirrd and i.immnl befrie tin t 1 hi 'r.U'.nl.l be stopp-d. His right b , JntM, t ,,,,,,,,, t fL t to lit tin I necessary and tho leK was iW. w 3 J at the hip. VERMONT PICNSIONHBS. WuphlnRt in, Feb. 23. Vermcnt penio1 i, will'inl Unmmervtrn v lolin Isi j.'j, i1,.cchr Falls', $12: Ji'bn II Bi J sn pv rrnev.nl, Widows II' r :.!plnfln Kimball. Shaton, $12. Washington. Feb. 25. Vrrnv i' Increase, restoratioii, reissue, . x" '-asc t'ouldsvllle. $1.. M r 1 VERMONTERS TO THE FRONT A Largo Number Employed in C naus Office and Postal Serv ce Washington, D. C, Feb. 21 Tm s es -ful activity of the Vermont rielra,.i m, .i Congress In retting thlrgs for I stituents Is evidenced In lo r . -iir 1 i that have be-jn nreoared lor the fli 1 one i.i these lls's contains the n nr f emu oves bv States in the ruru t livery division of the rt oil). . d i mcnt. vt-rmoni sianus v...y i n. n i ) number of employes their, wln-i c slders the other States. Among t. '-,' ' raid emnloyeH of tho division is si I aae.it from Veimont. Wetren S who goes about the country Ir-pd tin a-. ..liability of different routes for iui 1 jerx.ee. He has open cmnloved ere vi .r and live months. The clerks in 'be b r . ni p-ilnted from Vermont end the 1 p, ot time tht;y have been employed, .v f.!ltn: , n. l.enore Co'.lamc-r, two years and ta menu.-. B- B. Malcny, eleve n mon hs Le"ira F. Sunbe rn. one ncnth Tho other list Is of the employes rf 'h census bureau, where It Is d nnstr.i i that Vermont has secured fourt sjaran v. rov;u, cictr, juno i", ivri, $m Grai o A. Chalmers, clerk, July ., 10, $K0. licsslo r.mcry, clerk, June 6. 1X. $D0i Clarence E. Emery, clerk, June .2, 1WO. $l,0il. I.etta B. Fisher, clerk, Jan. 27 1J"1 $''". Emily F. Glddlngs, clerk, March 2, W $t" il. A. R. Hutchinson, clrk, Sept. J2 1 $l,t0. Mary G. Moss, clerk, Jan. 2, IseO $I0 Mrs. Rosa E. Prnnell, clerk. June 1c lr , $9W. Katnerine 1j. Preston, clerk. J n 1 n"0. $1,001. Mr,..,. U- Cr.,1,1. nl.rb T..., ' '"" ". m, F.ilth Tjler, clerk. Feb. P.. 11 - The Vermont Daughters 0: -. V cm Revolution, who have been her l"st week attending tho Continental C gres. aro now on their way nome stmo of them will stop over a while. The list ' delegate.s this year from the Green J' -tain State was very large, the nam''! ' - lng as follows- Mrs. J. J. Kstey. Mrs. II. E Cobb, M si c,...m r ii. n r.r Hr.,. ... Smith and Mrs H, H ' . T, '7 W V- V.;.,, 7rJ r Darling "r Ils-r r. of Arllrg' r s Middlebury. MI- f ' w T . . , t . e t 1 . I r i 1.1' " ' ,Vrti l.f VV: ' . .. ' , . - l.nm. Mrs i:. .1. Orm.-bee of L, .. . by jrs. C. R. Jones of Montpelier T. Mrs. Kstey was re-elex-ted a.s Si - i Prnt at the meeting held In the New i nf l.irrl Kntel nnd Mrs V. s. Slr.irMh.-in w.u DR. WEBB BREAKING R.AlLR'Un RECORDS. M irshalltewn wvi.h s siwlal la., Feb. 2 -w d pedal train from N- w Y r t h San Francisio. passed ibis c it' p, p wl I .V minutes ahead of schedule tin. Pro.pee-ts are that the Cub n P n' get the tnin Into Denver b morrow If this is done the w,. s r b- tween ew i orK ami i'-n -r . s mi.de hy the Prnrsylv.iiv 1 i- VVirhugton and ejuiney wi'i 1 -n one hour. Cuio of tho Sick Itoom." House Street, Boston, Mast. !' pi "JUST RIGHT 1 : : t t