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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, VJ02.
CLEVELAND'S sBaking Pbwder CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER CO. NEW YORK PRISONER BECAME SENTRY Knocked His Guard Down Took His Clothes. and Than Marched Elm From Fort Ethan Allen Toward Eeeex Junction and Was Captured After Troopa Had Boon CnllodOut. Private. Edwin Porter, a general prls oner, confined at the guard hou5e at Fort, 3Uhan Allen, who recently made a break for liberty and was captured, made an other attempt to escape Satuidaj at 10 a. m. At 9:30 a. m. Privates Porter and Itich rd Dalr, prisoners, were sent out with Private Llshley of the 27th battery as sen try. They proceeded to the pump house on the reservation to shovel snow. While they were doing so Private Porter suddenly turned and dealt tho sentry a blow with his fist which knocked the sentry off his feet, lie then transferred the sentry's overcoat, cape, carbine, revolver and belt with 20 rounds of ammunition to himself and made the sentry a prisoner and hlm--elf the sentry and then marched him oft the reservation towards Kssex Junction. Private Dalr, the other piisoncr. In the meantime gave the alarm and the. sentry on post hearing it fired the warning saluto which was answered by Capt. Trout, 2d V. & cavalry, who was tho otllccr of the day. He gnvc orders at once for tho troops to mount and pursue the prisoner and sentry. Tho troops searched for about two hours and were at last rewarded by finding Pri vate Porter and the sentry in the woods imni Essm .Tunctitn. Porter was fully armed and the cavalry expected him to uiir.u flrrht. Thev did not care to tin as there were great chances of killing the sentry who was a prisoner tl.rn In Pil vatcPorter'c hands. P.uL at last PilvafPor tcr surrendered nnd he was nrougnt uik to the post and himself and the sntrv f-nnnned. Private Dalr Immediately after glvirg the. alarm rave iiunself up at the fiiiiril h..us9 to the serKt-atd-at-arms. The tentiy, whowaji incbaige of Private Porter, v.ill bo tried by a genoial couit martial nnd If found pullty of negllpcnoe will g. t a smtencs of at least six ninths' confine- nent and forfeit suih pay as the court martial mnv direct. The sentry who was in charge of Private Porter the last time ho made an attempt to escape, was removed Thursday from the guard bouse at the fort to tho guard luuso nt Plattshurgh, whrro Ids companv Is staileneu. his scniene was six months' confinement and to torfcit ffCO pay, NEW WATER POWER STATION To be Built at Essex Junction by the Vermont Electric Co. The Vermont Liectilc Co. have - pur chased from Stephen D. Teachout his wa ter rights and property bordering the north side of the WinoosKl river from a I... vn.lu rA.,i 1n. .Ion, ..I X.nanv V " r i, . h" n ii, 1 ,,,i i,.n.i.,.i., w..,,i.. ... ... ""'"" "" - Gen. Ilobert Avery, trustee, thence extend- A SENSIBLE MAN W-iiIrl Tt n rv. n1 a ItQltnm fni- .Tia -O. ri i nnd Lumis. It Is curing more' caies of I ouEiis, uoias, Asimna, iironcnuis, uroup.i,. iw unci iiniu. pud all Throat and Lung Troubles, than any other medicine. Tho proprietor ha authorized any druggist to give you i-ample bottle FREE to convince you of the merit of this great remedy. Price 24 ind &0c JUSTICE, WISDOM, FAIR DEALING ate characteristic of set tlement o all claims against the companies represented by this agency and our rates are as low as can be offered by any strictly first class company. We solicit your patron age. T.S. PECK, Insurance. ' Burlington, Vermont, MILEAGES. NG1 We bave been tbe original! Introducer! of more varieties' ofsquubtban all our brother seed men 1 combined. Here, aa rtruauut: Hubbard, Marbletiead.Vlctor.WerrenI Ultimas. uaeainiuana women nranze. our annual riuioimn or vrjreiamo ana i lower teen eni r re If jou wtot tha pure.t . irtii leea 11 m iu u.H.irroara. J.I. H GREGORY It SUN. Marblehead, Maes. adds to the healthfulness of all risen flourfoods, while it makes the food lighter, sweeter, finer "flavored, more delicious. Exercise care in purchasing baking powder to see that you get the kind that makes the food more wholesome and at the same time more palatable. Care must be taken to avoid baking powders made from alum. Such powders are sold cheap, because they cost but a few cents per pound. But alum is a mineral, which taken in food is deleterious to health, Ing up the river snnw one and one linlf miles to the property purchased by tho Vermont Electric Co., about two years ago of Stanley K. Urciwiioll. With this lie iiulsltlon the Vermont Elcotrlc Co. owns about four miles of property ami water rights along tho banks of tho river at Essex, Including both sides of tho river for u distance of one half mile. Tho company havo their surveys and plans for tho development of this water power In tho near future. The plant will furnish as much power as their prcsmt stn tlnti nt the. rrnrire. T.arro dvnamos of li.OiO horse power each will bo installed at tho Essex plant and tho current will its transmitted to tho station switchboard at the gorge, where It will be distributed in driving the machinery already installed at that point or carried to this city for power or letting purposes. Applications for power for railway nnd manufacturing purpose have rendered It necessary for the Vermont Elccttrlo Co. to greatly enlarge their business. They havo an authorized capital of jr.00,000 nnd thU ,., ,k aiuui'ii'iii jui in.- nun iuuauUlw.i. THE DEATH RECORD. j Mrs. Moses Spear Passes Away on 50th Wnddlnsr Anniversary. Lvdla Sails, wifo of Mrses Spear, Ik'd Saturday nlclit ntS-30 at her home atXn.K North inoosl avenue. Annul two years ago she hail a jartlal strike of paralysis fiom which she never fully recovered, but the final cause of her death wa pneu- n.oida. She was born In Clarrntoville, P. O. Til ve.-irj ;iiri nnil lias lu m :l rt siilen? nf Hurllngton i.h te She Is survived by .- husband nnd two children, Lucy K. fcpear and K. H. Spear. It was a rurarkamo coincidence that o nive ",r ;;VV , ', r R7.' M Spear having been man led at Clarence-1, JO.N, JAN. 1, lDt'J. 1'le, P. y., I'cb. 22, sK 'J'hey were, pel- Cash in hand J G,2.70 haps, the oldest mairled collide living in Street assessments 12.190.iJ tho city. She was a -wcmi.n of many ad- L'licnilccled taxes (estimated col- ndrable qualities and had been a faithful lectable) 17.13.7:i member of the Methodist church for over Howard Hose house (for sale and Ci ears. Her only daughter has been an temporarily used for school pur Invalid for 25 jcars and during this Mini, poses; ;;,.rinij ricelvisl devctcd care nnd attention from I.l.pnirii In agency l.lpi.ss the mother. The funeral was held from the home Tuesday afternoon, conducted by tho licv. Junius K. Mead. IUCHAKD Dl'OGAN. Itlchard Duggan, aged 70 years, died at lilw llallii,. mi Vnrllt Tletwl uttn.it sliin.l-.- morning from a general breaking down of the system. He was a native ot Irclan I, having come tn this city to reside in 18.11. Mr. Duggan was one of the first lneml ers of the old hook and ladder company and enjoyed tho respect and esteem of a wide circle of acquaintances. The near surviving relatives are a wife and three sons, J. J. Duggan, pioprlexnr of the Grant street market, and Kichnrd Duggan, both of this city, besides William Duggan of Shel burnc. THOMAS H. WADE. Thomas II. Wade, who died at the home of David Mitchell on Clark street Friday, had an adventurous career elurlng a por tion of the lil years of his life. He was born In New Hamburg, N. V.. and at tins ,,. ,lr,,0!i0 ot p.ovi.llng 'a'n Isolation bos age of V, jears went to sea as an np-, Thiu i, ,.v,!..... ..,,7 i . .o ,r ... prentice In the Dnlted States navy, llu "IIH- Ulllllllll IIIU Yl,ll lllllt" IlllU 1DII1I1- . i ,i... ... ..t.i ...t. .....i ...i.un fitflRi'"! to the cruiser Newark ho saw 'l ,(,. ,.!,. ... III.. T..nlrr. South America. He also visited South Africa. Subsequently he resided in Poughkeep . , com lo, ,ms ,r", "ucl working as a silver plater. He Is survived ny two orotners aim mree sisters, none of whom reside In lhe city The remains wc,,c ,!jkPn elonday to Poushkeepsie, N ARRESTED FOR BIGAMY Colored Woman Marries White Man. Her First Husband Belnir Alive. May U illlams Garrison, colored woman ot Jnil'-hu, was in city court Saturday on the chat go of bigamy. She waived exnml-', ; nation and bail was fixed at J1,0). which I Bulldhigs and parks she was unable to furnish. Later sho 11(5,118 nslicd that an Information bo filed agalnstll''!J'l,' her and to that she pleaded guilty atliilneiueniais was sentenced to serve not less than two Sowers... nor more than two and a half years in Pa,"'yr department State's prison at Windsor, where she was , ; , tanen J ueseiay. Several years ago the respondent mar ried Gairlson but laletbey separated, Her nusnanu instituted invoice proceeuings against her and wl.en lhe papers were served by Sheilff Ileeves he discovered that on January last she was married to C. E. Blood, a white man. Upon this dis covery n charge of bigamy was brought against her. l.'NCLE JOSH SPIirCEBV. A large audience greeted tho Uncle Josh Spruceby company at the Howard Satur day afternoon and evening but the production was disappointing In many respects. None of thn characters was very cleverly taken but the on,.elallle t.in.li, nil ill n men.snrn for nllier short comings, the musical nets of Terrlll aim nimou, iiiu ejauciiiK en ivittuij nan ;iug or wauei nan- spinning of Major .eclnlly good. cllffo and the gun O'Lauglllln being especially T,rtV r . , , , Afnpc VLUY LOW RAILS. During the months of March and April via , ......i. ..ii ij l IIICHKl. anil ..mill- tvnei ii idii.iti, ..i".ev .. Anacntuia. 'from Chicago to Helena, Ilutte, ..i,... .....i cr.n r ..i-n r.ii... tin r.ri :U Snokane. WW) Portland, Seattle, T.'icun'ia, Vancoul ver, Metoila and a largo numncr nt oiner 'points. Tourist sleeping cars every day from Chicago to thn Pacific coast. For mans and particulars apply to nearest ticket agent or address. J, E. Btlttatn, 36S Washington street, Boston, ilasa, Sl.wllt COUCH SYRU. Cures a Cough or Cold at onci Conquer Croup, Whroplnj!-i. '"h llronrhiti Orlntie nnd Cotuumptl ni Q ' f'.'.f V L Br. Bull'tPUU cure Cons tlpatl'Jii. 5Upill IUC. MAYORS ESTIMATES, Usual Tax of 150 Cents Will be Sufficient. This Notwithstanding Soma Extraor- dlnary But Necessary Expenditures Dua to Small Pox Epidemic Last Fall-Assets and Liabilities. The slolement of the assets and llablll ,its or lhe t,Uy ot i;,lrV,,Kt S'! mom j .v.i, ..,..." r n,.. .,,.', necessary to be taised the coming year, .has been prepared by Mayor llawley. llo recommends a tax of Jl.fjO. Ills Mutinient to tho board of aldermen Is as follows: To tile Honorable Hoard of Aldermen: Gentlemen: The following statement of tho assets and liabilities ot the city of Darlington, on January 1. lKi.'. together with "an estimate of the amount of mom y nicessary to no raised for the ensuing financial year, and the ways and means! of raising the same," is respectfully sub- mittid, in conformity with the provisions of the levlsed ordinances of the city. A llitailrd statement nf the oviiemllti.ri.u for the year 1!H is pre.-ented in the reports of tho ihy olllclals, which accompany theso estimates, as a part ot thu annual report oi me city. SIJTS OP Tin: C.TV Oir I1UUL1XG- Incollictcd water taxes for I'M Fncollci led sprinkling taxes for 10'jl 225.02 -?IO,319.f.l L1A niLlTlKS. Due street de)i.irtmcnt $ coo.in ,'?l;c' ''"king fund 2u.2s:..:'.'l -mporary loans.. ........... IO,(M).w Due Adams school bltlld- Ing lund s, Due ttnet improvement .'I..UU lund 4n.Zrj J70,:ui.: vnitri "I.'!1, Net liabilities January 1, 10f)J. Ibis amount exceeds the net liabilities of January 1. liHil, by n.lMIUa. Tills Increase in our liabilities Is account id lor, and more, by tho extraordinary ex pense incurred on account of the small po.y epidemic. The extra expense of the health, depart ment on account of small pox, was Jt:,i:00.:y, and in addition, the ilty paid $I,I0.1.SU to- x-nr.lu tin. I'l.c,.. M'l.l.l. ....... r ,vlla , .....' ...,'.' ,,,,,, ,,;' i',',';.,. i or, so lar as uie apprnprlations for thu year 10ul were concerned Had this extraordinary expenditure not been nciessary, we should havo been able to meet our obligations for tho year, with a balance of iUII.SS to apply on the lloatlng jebt. ESTIMATED Ct'ItRENT FOR ICt'l'. Highways Sinking fund State Highway tax State school tax, S cents State tax, 7'b cents County tax Schools EXPENSES S'tHnpiiuO ... H.fil'O 6.-. jj.fi 1 Hi, IS I. J3 Mjo.r." A.nnYoi i.L'li Library IX l,IIHi.) J'V1.100"' r.r,n .... DlirnHj.) b!7lO00 Interest on bonds nnd noti s, less amount paid by water dep.ut incut Open air cuneerts Intel est on temporary loans Hydrant tax ESTIMATED IIECEIPTS FOR Hire. Rents Licenses Criminal department u,::oo.oo 1,(UI ;,, ', l,.ao.ll i.tquor agency 1,000.00 JS.S0O.OO It appears from these figures, that tho sum of Sin:,, 730.U7 must bo raised by taxa- Hon in ltiimt tV nin..-ii.it . . . i . . - -"'"-i'v vajjuiibuh oi wiu El'cllty-eigl'i Jlgllty-elght new buildings havo been er,.c,,.,i i,, llu1 ,.itv rturliie Hie .,., and It ' prfil our grand list by at lea"t l' r o,.f.,. an,i al)0VfJ un. ,ir,iI,ct0nHi if this . ..... . .. .... i. lui im fit Inn lin eiii',.r mi. tl. . .- ," v, ..... fall. in. iil llir t. y,,m. mii WU ho wa,m:.X2. A tax of one liundrod and fifty cents on this grand llu. ...ill tir... r-ii i n.i.in. ,,, nrovide for the estimated exnenses anil ilm ,.i i.tir.- .'..,,. . ..inei. sum will slnklnc fund and leave a surnlim to nnnlv on the lloatlng debt. Should tho grand list remain me same as mm year, a. tax ot ono liuiidred and fifty cents will raise nn amount iKV.i. In oxces.s of the estimates. ouch a tax I recommend. Jn conclusion, I urgo upon every depart- ment tho necessity of extreme economy, and of keeping expenditures within tho es tlmates, Itespectfully gubmltted, DONLY C. HAWLEV, Mayor. PUT THE VEtMONTERS AHEAD. (From lhe St. Johnsbury Republican.) There Is some complaint about the olco bill as it finally paf.sea the House. They, say mo mil oiigut to nave ueen nut in charne of Congressman llnsltlus, Next time they'll n member tlio slogan ' Put the Vcrmonttrs ahead!" YACHT CLUB HOUSE. Plana For Now Ilulldlnr Accepted by Central Vermont Hallway Co. Word lias been received from tho of ficials of the Centrul Vermont railway that tho plans and speculations drawn by Architect V. H. 11. Wlllcox for tho new club house, to be erected by the Lake Chnmplatn Yacht club arc satisfactory. The railway company will have a forco of men hero In about two weeks to repair the dock and as soon as that work Is com pleted tho construction of tho now houso will bo begun. The house is tn havo a largo lounging room on the first floor, besides locker room, lavatories, nnd kitchen. Tho loung ing room will be 21 by 48 feet and will open to the slip on the north and tho laleo on tho west. Around both those sides piazzas ten feet wide nro to extend. On the projection of the pier to the north west the building will extend, forming a boat storago on the first lloor nnd a con tinuation of tho piazzas on tho second floor. The stairs ascend from tho mlddlo of the south side of the lounging room to the ball room on the second floor, which Is 47 by 48 feet square. Off from the ball room on tho southeast coiner arc two toilet and coat rooms for liulles and men, while the west side of tho room opens upon tho upper piazzas. Theso piazzas have a total length from north to south of 100 foet. The portion directly to tho west of tho ball room Is 12 feet wldo and at either end, north and smith the sumo room Is enlarged to two pavllllons, each i by 2S feet. The construction Is to be of heavy timbers, both as uprights nnd as floor beams and all the Interior Is to be left In the natural wood showing the con- lert in the natural wood snowing tno con- Mruction. This wood work is to bo dressed smooth and oiled. The southern portion of the ilrst floor is to be used by the Cen tral Vermont railroad as a waiting ar.d rtore room, as in tho past. A covered ap proach for carriages will bo a fcaturo of the building. METHODIST CHURCH GETS $4460 Shrinkage In Amount Left by Mrs. Pru denco B. Roby. A dividend of "I 1-3 per cent, was de clared l'rlday by Trobato Judge M. A. ffilTei. S.i.i,X.t"tc3dT.nd!,ut Ul J"ry lU" The bequest of the most general inter-' st was one of woo to tno Methodist rumen nr i n;ir!Jiiiiuo. iii v viiiui-u her home on Houth 1'nlon street at $12,0 n Has ever Deetl II1C prOUUCtlOn OI tne DCSI Uream Separator uummer, 111 Minimum county, wiucn oc but the property was disposed of at a ... .. . . . , . .. . , . curs on the rd of February. price considerably less than that. The ex- pOSSlble regardless OI COSt, instead 01 that mistaken "Cheap.' The eighth General Court of the society penses of tile litigation were also dfduct- . . , . . . , ... ... was held at the Van Ness liouso on Sattir- .d from the estate, thus making the d.- ntJSS Which IS the Only baSIS Upon Which any WOUld-be COm- day, the ir.'d Inst, A number of the m-m- vldeiul of 71 Mi per rent, the largi st . r - t t beis present dined together. Following ...mmmt nnsslbin tn hn .llvlilnd. Tho church Detltor Can even make nretenCe OI SeeKin" a market. the dinner, the noddy met In the hotel will therefore get 51,1'H Instead ot JD.'OO. The will of llllas P.oby prolded that Mrs. ltoby could dispose of the rtmundir of his estate upon her decease an I the beiiuests in that estate will be paid in full '," lf! for $.w for the Home for Agui women and another of a similar anion- t goes to the V. C. at Chicago. r. v. temperance ample V. N. G. TROPHY CUP. Shooting For It to be Resumed This Year-Held by Co. M. It has bee n decided by the ofllccrs of tha Vermont National Guard to havo the trophy cup for rifle shooting again put in competition the coming year. The mattir lias been submitted to the lompany com manders by Col. Kstcy and they havo de- lll'(1 to 'lUitiuuc the competitive shoots. 'i'beic will be a change In the method ot un". iii.t... l ormerly tho several com panies have visited the range on ono da . during muster and the company having the highest average won the cup. Ibis year thn shooting will be done on lhe ranges in the towns where the companies are locate d and the one having the high est aerage at the close of the season will hold lhe i up for one year. Company M of Hurllngton won the cup In Wi and still has it. There were no con -petitions until lffio. when It was diseovei'd that fraud had been practiced by somu of the olllcers and the contest was ib eland olT. Then, was no competition last year. MANY NAMES ADDED. Meeting of tho City Council to Correct tho Voting Lists. A special meeting of the city council Mas belli Monday night for the purpose ot adding names to the check list and tho city clerk's loom was crowded tor about tw ' hours but no accurate estimate of the number could be obtained owing to elupll- C'illlllllS, WHICH lll'CCSSill II.V UlVIJl, l'lm" adjournment of the council th" board of aldermen wns caileii to order anl all but Aldermen Trick. Stiles, Courtney and Wood were present. A resolution was adopted authorizing a temporary loan of fc.KX. A number of bills wero ordered paid, among them being one from the llipior de partment of $:is.:j and one for sanitary pollio of J1.1I. Alderman Shea then notlllcd tho board that he should insist at future meeting.) that no bills should be paid to city olllclals pursuant to a city ordinance which pio hiblfs city olllclals from doing business with the city to an amount above !!5. He also said that ho should insist that all bills be filed In the city cleik's otllce 24 hours before tho meeting of tho board In ordi r Hint they may be properly Investigated. lie brought up tho uuestlon of milk fur nished to the city, tests of which he said had been made at the laboratory. Tho r null he el timed showed the milk to be Ml ,mnl' "ml- stuff was a good name to , r j , j . ii, in,. ii iu lie i, .lie ijin-pi inn iiiiuii developed Into a personal wold conflict be tween Aldermen llrowncll and Shea and no action was taken. Ttie board then adjourned until 'I'bursday night. HENRY L, DODGE DEAD . ".tiiKMni A Vermontor Who Held Many Respon "'ui'liO Bible Posltlon8 lu California. 4 (Ihoik) Word was ucelved In 11 Is city of the death 111 San ! ranclsco, Cal., Monday ileniy L-0 Dcdpe, foimeily n resident of ,lllr' Mr lJO,'fi" W"K ,,Qrn 1,1 Calais. .Innnary 31, 1S23, the son cf Nathan and Hnui.uh Phlnney Dodgo He u'ceived nls 17 0(M (fl early olueatlcn In tho scliools and i.ca lonn'(n) deinv of his native town i.nd at tho 1'nl l'sfrn'm) cs!ty of Veimont, which lie cnte.red m s'iio'w l1"-'- health failed nnd ho was obliged ' to abai'doii his colleglale course hut in 1S4T. upon regalnlrg his strength, he en tered the law office of Met sis. Piatt and Peck ot this city, puvsu'pg his studios there for two years. In IS10 lie was at tracted to California by the gold dlscnver- ies tint on arriving tin re found that .1 w nr,. ,., -,.. ,.ii . ..... ....... jllilli-i e ,1... fun' ..... ii, um urn and sought employment In San Francis"!., Ho was nppilnted clerk cf the Ah-nldi's Court and subi?i uucnlly became clerk to Mayor Geary. He practiced law for some time nnd then, lu company with his broth- or, L. C. Dodge, established a wholesale, provision nouso, witu wiucn lie was con- nee tfd at the time of ills di nth, llo served netted at the tlmo or his di nth, In jotl. branches i f the Ugl Ul "1'Pointc. sureriute. m,nt ! an rnnclsco holilh crenslliln iinstllrii fnn frt:e Islature and ndent of the holding flit re- Ffonslblo posltlcn for four years and u half. Mr. Dodg. ii an led, Dec, 2, IS.'.l, Omlra H. Botlum of Orwell, who s'irvlvrs him. They !"'v'.' "" ehlldiin, lint Mr. Dodge leaves iv biother, N, I rcntlss Dndre nl Grant Piss. ?''. '''?'!: "V'm1'. i't.1",v S,lrrt M,C,.'!T 1,1 finpwoll of Mcntclalr, N, J , and Mrs. W, F, llendco of this city, THE INDIAN AND THE NOItTHWI'ST. A handsomely Illustrated book just Is sued and containing llo pages of Inteiest- i Ing historical data rehulng to the s. t le nient ot the great Northwest, with tluo half-tone engravings of ninel: Hawk, Sit ting Hill, lied Cloud and other noted chiefs! Custer's battleground and ten col. ored map plntes showing location of thn various tribes dating back tn lcca A care fill re-view of tho book Inuirntstis oin Hint It Is a valued contribution to thn hls'oryi of these enrv pioneers, and u copy should he lu every library. I'Ucc 2 cent per cop Mailed pnstige prepaid upon receipt of this amount b. V H, Kulsk i n Flflh avenue, Clilcago, III, SXw,7t. De Laval Cream Separators ARE SO MUCH BETTER THAN OTHER CREAM SEPARATORS BECAUSE. They arc constructed after the "Alpha" Disc andj 4 'Split Wing" patents, which cannot be used by any other manufacturer and which enable De Laval mach ines to skim cleaner and produce a more even and more .1 11 . . . 1 thoroughly churnabie cream much less speed and wear, and much greater ease of opera, tion. BECAUSE. The De Laval makers have ever been first and foremost in the manufacture of Cream Separators throughout the world have ever led where others follow men iui.uiiu! uenii; among me unesi maumne snops in inc world and their knowledge of cream Separators far greater and more borough than that of any comparatively inexper- enced would-be competitor. , . DbCAUisb. 1 he one purpose of the De Laval makers . . . ...... BECAUSE. The vastly machines ten times all others combined enables the De Laval makers to do these things and much more in the pro- . 1 auction ot thf Deriect Cream could attempt. ,rT , , . t.Miri A De Laval catalogue explaining in detail the tacts here set forth may be had for the NEW DNGLAXD AGENTS t Moslev & Stoddard Mgf. Co., P.UTLAND, VT. EXPERIMENT STATIO v REPORT. falling down the air shaft tluough a glass arrangement tnus giving memoers in uuui Book Shows That Much Careful Work Mtyllght. The man was making the most societies additional facilities for perfect la Being Done Tharo. pitltul cries lor help. Thinking the man Ing application papers for patriotic The Tree Press has Just finished print- drunk, I arose and opened my window to hereditary societies, Ing the HUi annual report of the Vermont investigate when I was driven back by a. Considerable interest was manifested In u-iieiiltural Experiment Station, whl -li in iloud of smoke and realized I was in lhe a proposition advanced by Gen. 1 . h. i cck "the regular edition Is a book of IV. pages, top of a burning hotel. 1 decided to close to mark the site of the early settlement, at ..... ii i,.,. ., i.i,,,.,,. inv mum us tiuliilv as nosslble and wait St Anne. Isle La Motte. by an appropriate Pie appendix of tabular anil statistical 1 ... ..... M'l... .-r.l,,... ,r,,,lnl,.u 111., ntu.-lnl report of the director and of the board abandon this plan. The smoke became so Thanks were vcte.l to the retiring gen - r t control, including the llnanelal slaa- thick that I was forced to throw myself nr, and the clllc. rs associated with bin mint, outlines of work. etc. liesldes this upon the boor and cover my face with a the past year, wh'.b has Wn the most it contains a large number of scientific w'i "bile trMm. to dress. successful of any in tho history of the so- ,n.l iit- ieileil reiners no liri'ii ulture bcutl- I barely succeeded ill opt nlng my loom ciet. euitm.: thc fSro"i."taH 'S"o ""' " .il.-.l in... the hall where I The following olllcers were elected for th3 papers 'sit forth the results of oilglnal in- found myself in total darkness, and the coming year: esigatlons carried on at the e.p' ilmeiit smoke so dense that I was obliged to keep Governor James Clay Houghton of ..1.1...1.. i... i,.....-... t i i nn . t mv face nres-Jed airainst the floor or suf- Montiieller. siaii'.ii iiiienj i.j i ii..- ... ... ...ii, ... ... Joins, F. A. Waugh and Chas. II. Joins. .me of the prim Ipal articles arc as fol- j,,ws. Organic Nluogeli. Availabtllty or eitillzlug Material, Testing Pabeock M1IU and Cnam Dottles, Potato Diseases and Remedies, Fowl Men low Grass, Piop agatlon of Plums, Apples tit own In Grand so County, Feeding Trials with Cows, Tt kit, ieu 1, lurce Mtti.iiiiil .if niiri.fill wotk done at the Experiment station, ami the matetial tints i.resenteel cannot help lielmr ot bene c a n ueneu on the acr - culture of Vermont and surrounding States. The station lias also been obliged to Is sue a teprint of Prof. L. R. Jones's bul letin No. 73 on the Trees of Vermont. FOOD FAIR CLOSED Was so Successful That it Will bo Re- punted Next Year, The Food Fair, which has been in ses sion for ten days at tho armory, closed 3Jlu' ''' "', 1 ,v "-. "--.... l un. l lie null !l,ir i.een eiiiwili i. . c-i j ... teinoon anil evening and both visitors and exhibitors are mure than .satisfied w ith the result, in fact, the fair was so much of a success that plans for ono to be held next year have aheady been partially for- niulateii ami at least nan oi tno exniiiiuns H ive UiKcii sjeue, s.iiue in uieiii i..i.im cliinble the amount occupied this year, The programmes have been fully up to lhe standard promised by tho promoteis and the closing nights with May Parker and her pickaninnies were the cream of the nresentatlons. Tho attendance Satur- 0f day night exceeded that of the other even- lugs ami ii was wuu iiuuciiiiy iiiai inn crowd wns accommodated. Many of the exhibitors go lroin here to Hoaton to at tend a fair to bo held there. MR. WOOD'S NARROW ESCAPE. Burlington Man's Experiences in tho Park Avonue Hotol Flro. L. P. Wood, the tobacco dealer, whose escnpo from the Park Avenue Hotel was mentioned In Monday's Frco Press, wrote a letter which was received lu Ibis city -Mni.ttiv. teltlnir tn iletall the. storv of bl.s .- - -- escape from the burning structiue. Mr. Wood's room was a small one on tho lltth floor of the house and aside from the dour the only opening In It was a small window in an air shall. Mr. Wood says In his letter that about '- That Racking Cough moans present discom fort and future peril ! Halo's Honey of Hore liound and Tar relieves present discomfort and removes that peril of the future. AT ALL nni'GGISTS PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS CURE IN ONE MINUTE . . , . than is otherwise possible, at greater sale of De T t JfUVai henarator that no one else asking. GKNERAL OFFICES : 74 Cortland Street, NEW YORK. o'clock he was awakened by the sound of of the Vermont Antiquarian society, pro brokui glass citp-ed by a man Jumping or vided the latter society concurred in tho for the lueinen to put the blaze out, but .... .... I. . , ...I I I I,. insilie IU ll.lli a Illlllllie 1 .l.s nuc-eu i" n,n.nvlli v.i,. II, I. lie 111 ..llie. Twining and creeping in the direction I thought to the stalls I soon found one .,..,1 ,1,.., l.m. I ,.-..u ff.U, vein,- the mopboard and was soon hopelessly lost 1 ne.rlv eU,l,,te,l Hy rare good fortune I made one more turn and went some distance on my stomach, coming upon the body ot an un- ll"'""" ""'' 1 i"iul" ""," l'''1' and dragged her and myself slowly "'iik an swine ui-wii't -n-in i. in i".. ige was further blocked by the bodies of a man and woman. These I had to abandon, as I could hardly breathe and must go on If I would save myself. I was soon forced to give my- Cl.ancllor .Iclui Henry Hooth of Flatts self up and acknowledge that I could not hiTi.h. X. V. longer stand the honlble torture to eyes Suigen.i Leroy Mrnroe Bingham of Uur and lungs. Hut before losing conscious- lingli n. ness and while praying that 1 might suf- Genilinieu of the Council (for threi focate befote 1 began to burn I press d veins) Edward A'onzo Chittenden ot St. my noso and mouth close down into the Allans: lienjan in Franklin Flfleld of angle formed by the floor nnd sldo wall, Montpelier. Just as 1 thought the end couldn't be far Delegate to the next General Assembly off 1 began to get small cutrents of air nt Lostim-CKrlos Allen Ccn crsc of Phll- owlng In the position of my face and with ien,.Wcd couragi l began to drag myself along. I crawled oer four more bodies buiy, Frank ltiei-iiuson weusoi uurung and heard a voice say. 'This way out." ton, Eben Putnam of Hurllngton. was taken by the shoulder and pulled The court then adjourned, out and saved. 1 was curried to Hellevue, hospital, where I soon recovered. Alter- NflRWinH IINIVF RSITY MFN ward I returned to my room In the hotel IMUnVyiljn UIM I V CIIOI I T IiICUL , ,, folm(1 lyln(, Just mlts(,0 tho llom. tnu .. ., ,,. ....... , ,lnno , day, although still weak and sick, GERTItCDE COOHLAN IN "HEP. LADYSHIP." Miss Certrudo Coghlan, who was seen In tills city last year as De-cky Sharp in "Vanity Fair," appealed at the Unwind Opera House Mondav night as Lady C 'di In the "Her I.advhlp," which was tie1 last dramatic effort of her father, the late Charles Coghlan. The play Is new 1 1 this country, being presented in America list week for the first time, tho perform ance Monday night being tho fourth In which Miss Coghlan and her co.np.my have appeared. From this it must not bo Inferred that there were any hitches In last night's production. Everything ran ns smoothly as though the company bad been playing tho piece all winter. This pleasant stnte ot affairs was undoubtedly duo In a largo measure to the natural ability of tho members of the company supporting Miss Coghlan. Each one was rtrong In his or her part and with so finished an actress as Miss Coghl iu lu the principal role the performance was eminently satisfactory. Tim play Itself Is a strong one, being Interesting from start to finish and seme, what imUtue lu Its construction. It Is easy to understand why Mrs. Langtry made a hit with It In London. The production was finely mounted and costumed and was much enjoyed by the largo audl 'iico pres ent. DEATH OF A VETERAN. lllram A. Deane, aged fa yenrs, died at his homo In South Huillnitton Monday. Mr. Denno was born lu South llurllngion and resided In that town all of his life except for a tlmo during his servlco In tho Civil War. Ho enlisted October 3, 1Si32. in Company M. First Regiment nf Vermont cavalry, and was mustered Into serv eo December 30 of tho snme year. Ho wai taken prisoner March 17, 1(M3, paroled tho next day and later transfcrreM to tho Vet cran Reserve Corps. He whs discharged September 13, 1st"., Ho Is survived by a brother, llllam Deane nf Mldillnhury, and n sister, Miss Eliza De nie, with wlinm he lived, The funeral will In held from (lie home on Dorset street Thursday nftir noi n at o i bull and berlal will be made lu the Eldrcdirc ci'iictiry. STABBING AT THE FORT Private Donahue of the 27th Bat tery in Precarious Condition. Had a Dispute With Private Haskell Over a Pipe and Receives n Sav age Wound With a Long Jaekknlfo. As a result of a misunderstanding over a pipe, Private Donahue of the 27th Uat tcry of field artillery lies In the hospital at Fort Kthati Allen In a piecarlons con dition, having been stabbed In the ab domen Monday morning by Private Has liell. Thn affray occuitmI In the battery kitchen about mess time, a dispute arose over a pipe and after a furious exchange of words Haskell drew a four Inch blade jack-knife and stabbed Donahue In thn iibdomtu, just below the heart. The thrrst was made with great lorco and an ugly wound was Inflicted. Donahue, the unfortunate victim of the assault,' was soon rendered unconsclmu and was taken to the hospital, lie has since recovered consciousness but whether or not ho will survive cannot yet be ascer tained. Haskell wns arrested and la In the runrd house, charged with on attempt to murder. SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS, Seventh Oeneral Court of tho Vermont Branch Reports Received and Officers Elected. Tile society of Colonial Wars was insti tuted "to perpetuate tho memory of tho events and of the men, who In military. naval and ciwi poMtion of high tn.st and' 'SSSTSISSL Tndr Ameilcan colonies and were In truth tho founders of tho nation." Its organization comprises seventeen State societies and a K' lltiui mjuivij. iliu tciliiuiik eui it-iy an i IISl ILll ll.(t 111 iC.'-l illlU UUlun lin .tllllllili "ticncral Court," on the anniversary of the llrst permanent settlement at Fort iv m-u .11 tin III f,U,,u,, .lut...b ..'.u.i., Ksn., In the chair. The rennrt nf lhe treasurer. Col. C. S. Forbes, showed that the soclfty was In eMCllent Itmuaia con. itlon aiinougn uio expenditures during the past ear had biep uuusuall large. The secnt.uy, Mr. l'.ben I'utnam, re ported the addition of twelve new mem bers during the year and that there had fbeen no losses by resignation or diath; also that four applications for member- si,ip were pending. The new members arc Jin nn v. j'uinam oi niiniiranni'. Wairen E. Putnam of Uenningtou, Charles L. Woodbury, Edward P. Woo.1 burv. Human W. Allen, Charles S. Hoyn ton, llenrv L. Ward, Frederick W. Ward and Joseph L. Illlls of Hurllngton, John Isniel II. Converse of PhTlndclpbla, Holmes Francisco, of Rutland and Edward Hums Dyer of Augusta, Ga. It was voted to deposit the books be longing to the society, comprising an ex cellent nucleus ' for a special library de voli d to matters connected with the ob ject and work of thn society, In the loom tablet: and a committee was appointed to !.!. mnltn ,,Hi., ,"ei,Cl,W'rf1 t llll . lilKf nils lli.inei L.ej.iii lui it 11. v. f,. . . - ... ulct of Burlington, i,', utcnniit-Go ernor Eben Putnam T....ll....l.,n Si i retary-Charles Strain Van Patten ot Ttnrlt.iLrl.Tn: Deputy-Secretary Ftedericl: W. Ward of Ilurlington. Treasurer Charles Spooner Forbes of St. .Mban Chaplain William Shields Iloberts, D. D., i f Hurllngton. Historian-Charles Allen Ccnvcrsj of Philadelphia. Ii. Klstrar Chatles Edwin Allenof Bur- linpton. m'.elpbla. William Sewaid Webb of Shcl- Inline, William l mil niiiingiiam of water- Boston Alumni Hold 14th Reunion at Youug's Hotel. The lllh annual banquet of the Norwich iniveisuy .Milium .iss..e .it i ui i.emve.i. was held at 'oung s hotel Friday evening. The president ol the local association N. L. Slieldoi), S4, made the opening remnrks. following dinner, In the course of which ne said, "We aie sorry that Illness prevents the One Coat Paint IF IT IS AMERICAN SEAL Will Last Longer and Look Better Than Two Coats of Most Other Paints. The secret of the great difference in paints is all in the quality of the oil and pigments used in their manufacture, and their perfect grinding aud blending. American Seal Paints are composed of absolutely pure Linseed oil and the very finest pigments obtainable. It is this purity and honesty in manufacture that gives American Seal Paints their great dura bility and economy. This economy is effected not only in their "covering" powers but in the actual money saved in labor and material in consequence of only one coat being needed instead of two. Your dealer, If ho rarrlos Amorloan Sosl.PalnU. will refer you. iniKninln vnnr iulffhhnrlni.T.i who hare, used it. anil from them YOU Ask for "Hints on House Painting," a very valuable llttlo book, and our new elaborate, color ehait. The William Connor Paint Mfg. Co., 676 River St., Troy, N. Y. Tuttle's Elixir Cures all spccicsof lame- traded cord, llirmh, dc. In horses. Equally good for internal uso in colic, distemper J(undcr,pneu Monut, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Ueed and cruloncdhj Adauvt Etprets Company, TUTTlt'S FAMILY CU1IB Turpi rhiuiitl.nMtralnr, brolei,Me. Kiliituilti In-tuntlT. Our K'OMgo book, "Veterinary f.swrteni.o" FREE. Dr. S. A. TUTTLE. 'J7 Beverly St., Boston, Mtst. Il.otr. of vc!liJ KIUIk-.m. (...La bit TbIII.'i. Avoldall bll.ftrni they t, (tor only trraporarjr relief If unj attnndanco of President l!rowi, and I ex lend to you his best wishes ami his thank for tho many words of encouragement and assistance from the lioslon alumni Dewiy hall, tho ground for which was broken by that noble son of Vermont, Capuin claiit of Oregon fame.' and the corner u.ono oC which the ndmlral himself laid, is ncar tii; comiiletlon, and the coming comments -incut exercises will probably be hid I In It. 'During the past year, the university has received from the est at" of the He . Dr. O. D. Miller. Nl, a valuable llbrari o .-.,iX volumes, which Is to b. placed In tlu new Dewey building." Dr. O. 1'. Conn of Concord, N. H, wl rj claims an honorary de;;ree from Jx'orwf 'i university, alluded to the friendly feelings existing in his dnv between tlv tildpn's nt Hanover and those at Norwich, whllo between tho faculties of the two Sthoolsl there was a less friendly fe.-Hng. lie rc fcind to tho unlipie pedagogical methoi employed by Captain Partridge, founder of the Institution, in teaching civil gov ernment, history and mathematics wltl -out textbooks. Dr. Conn eulogized Captain Partridge's ability as an organizer, In stancing his founding of the Norwuh university, of another mllltar. rttiti at Waterbury, Conn., and of a thud nt Hrandywlne, X. J. The secretary read letters of rr;r t fr ' ! President Drown of the f i er , Colonel Waters. '61; Lieut. -Comm. id' r n jV c(jivo(orcse iienry V; k",V nf i ZuTl, Farrar Mi. of Lowell, Georg" II. Illodgi't 'ii7 of Itowlcy, Charles 12. Wet 'wrrth 'u... of Portsmouth. .'. II., Dr. C. 1'. Kingsbury nil V A Kills Two deaths were reported in the associa tion Georgu A. Ful.-om, 'iS and Harlan 11. Was&on, 'HI. Col. J. J. Dewey and the Hev. Howard F. Hill of Concord, N. II., spoke biielly.K. A. Stow ell talked about the P K K sr clety and the college pranks of his dav, as did G. D. Wellington of Mcdford i,I ln . Kthan Allen Shaw of the farult told o'' the progress of the University d iring th ' past 11 years and ot the doubling of iti income within the past five years, t' getlur with the increase of I1) per cent In the el - rollment. He said the Unlversit.- Indent- nuMa,,,! by j , p.f.ftfl,nt- thfi dinner these olh. . 1 Preceding the dinner these ofh. ers wero elf cted: Pieslrlent. N. L. Sheldon, 'Si; VI' e-presi-dents. Dr. C F. Kingsbury, '31, Cil. J. J. Dewey, 'M; 1C. W. Clark, 'nj; secretary, 1!. W. Glcafon, '02; treasurer, J. A. Holme-, 01. Letter to L. E. Woodhouse, of Bu liner ton. Dear Sir: If you buy paint by ihn RaWim 'on'c out for sllort measure Ono III IIIU IIHIIHP i'l .-til"- ill j.mi ' .V" .. about 210 cubic Inches a gal on TarfiH -11 to make a real gallon . There- at-r great businesses founded on ten r r cent shoit. It Is queer that man rr coniTu'l expose his or Its nukedmss so; but hn does, and it does. Look out. Hut that Isn't all to looli out for. Sm give full measure and eh "at la th quality. What do you paint for. the looks" rr to keep your house from rotting? Doth, of course. A big hotel man painted Dri e 1 t years ago; was going to paint It ,ig u , e ight years Is a good long tun lor hotc, yoll' k;,0w-stiuck . a I arg. n s.ncl live cmts a gallon: mls.-e.i Devi. Poor fellow! Thero Isn t i n i z. f lea I In his paint we don't know how md o bad It Is; but then; isn't an" lead 1 it Yours tiuly. 51 F. W. DEVOE & l O. CALIFORNIA 1 LLFSTRATED. Copy of the Illustrated monthly, The Chicago 4U0, a journal of tra et .md t rtc , of reaches us by the courtes ..' th. Ctu irt Northwestern railway. 11 i- iv (' th finest Illustrated publications that we hn PVt'r 8en- . 1 '' tlnt,,1 ".llfte S IT 1 those of the finest m.igazl' i t letter-press of the whole edit ton is . p -feet as that of any publication ever tss it i, plctorlally end deerl tle v i. rr ing California's wonderful scenery, O p d1 -llvered free on application, or mine l t any address upon receipt of two cent i postage, by J. E. Hrlttnln. 3CS ' usMngton stre t, Uoiton, Mass. 3 w,7t. WILLIST0N MAN IN COURT. Henry Eeaudry Fined For Assaulting Joshua Whitcomb Last August. Henry lieaudry. who was arrested Wed. nesd.iy in Willlxton by Sheriff Ret its for breach of the peace, was in 1'y ccurt Thursday morning. Ho w is i.ned f;.'. a 1 cost- of il'.'.l!' with an alternate sit'rc of 111 days in lhe liuus. i v which lie will serve. The trm.bi Jleaudry wns arrested t rr. 1 t c August, when he assaulted .loshi, V,t comb, a man over SO years ol i Pv i sault took place In Whitiombs I irn ,i' I the old man was conshu rabli bit'er 1 liming the scuttle. Since that time Id i dry has kept out of SluTtf lie. " w - hut was located Weilnesliy, Henry Steady, who was als arrest I WediH'sday by Sheriff He. ve-s wis ,.r r- i7l1c;c Hawkins Thuisd.iy ai d plead. I ,. ,0 n0n-support of his firmly He wns fln04, .u ,.ostR o (rnil n , nltPrmUo seutei'ee ,f ;s dns In t' e housj 0f correction, wl t h he wlil serve. can learu oi u immiiiik cp.am.es sun mw ft.w. ratWactory results it has given. AMERICAN SEAL PAINT Is manufactured specially for a grest variety of pur-posc-9-for houses, rooK floors, carriages, Interiors, machinery, car anil briiltrn work, enameling, etc.. niui In every case Is of tboHlHi:.ST TOsSlIlLK CIKADU.