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inn, isCf ISLINGTON FREE PRESS t THURSDAY. auuJST 21, iwi.
$ ! THE OLD BEE HIVE. J IT IS A SAFE and positive way to invest! I money in the bargains we offer in our AUGUST SALE. t IT MAKES YOU happier in the feeling! 1 that you have saved some money for yourself, your husband and your children. ! t There is not a single article that has on it; 2 our special sale price that is not without doubt; the best bargain of its kind known to the dry; goods section of Burlington. Some Quilts for today at 98c that were $1.25 originally. Come see them. Sample Napkins at 12 l2c S t 0 that are of the $2.00 collection. Shirt Waists at 69c that have always been good for $1.00. Shirt Waists at 68c that never should be sold under $1.50. And three numbers of corsets that will be sold at a great cut in price, all sizes and the correct style Should see them. THE OLD CITY 1WS. A sr vi r rr Sunday night to Wr. and Mrs V l-h.im. Tho r mams nf Amos riiilllps, who died In f'ui 1 1 wore pent Monday to New Haven Junction for burial, j petition tn bankruptcy was tiled yester d . by Semucl I.ongmoro, a granite letter rvcr. of St. Jolmsbury. His liabilities $1 ill and Ills assets 120. Mrs II. A. Jones of Sn l.nfountain street 1 Thursday nt her homo after a llnger 1 , illn ss. The funeral was held from t hnj"o on Saturday at in u. tn. U II. Pock, Harry I?. Je.yner and James V P-un np arrived In tho Ity Sunday night Vim fi 1! from a month's trip to ! "iik r j, wit- r. tli. y witnessed the coronation. The case of Henry M. Wight vs. J. J. I'lynn has bi en tiled In tho county clerks 'fl c. A divorce petition has also beon od by William II. Kim? vs. Lillian 15. ' g. I A moss !!-' ri oelved In this city Tuesday Iroti Minneapolis. Minn., announced tho t 1 that place on tho ISth Inst, of Mrs. nrtbv Huron. Mrs. Baron was formerly th pin. o, j he drug ' uslness of R. 11. Stearns & Co, v 1 be continued at tho same place by tho H I Stearns estate and I.ouls l.uclt, who as beon employed there for Jl years, will De In cbnrgu. A party of about 4) people coming from all points on tho Central Vermont rnil r id bi-twe. n White River Junction and est Holtnn went to Ausablo Chasm on t.ic st amer Chateaugay Saturday, petition In bankruptcy was filed Frl e, i iij Joe Morsette, a farmer and ir riison of Bcikshire. His liabilities rr M 40 and his assets J3G0, of which $75 i claimed exempt. , Prof nnd Mrs. Isaac Thomas have re t rr-od from Now Haven, Conn., whero the v 1 avo lx en spending tho summer. They nre moving into the Kdmunds house near the nigh school and will occupy It as a reslejeta - Vpon invitation tho members of Ihe gov-r- rj; t .-ir'l of the 7th.in Allen club were the ru' -ts of W. H. Gates nt bis summer horn- at (Clar Beach Saturday evening id vri pleasantly entertained by the 1 if t a id hostess. Tho -, c of the Green Mountain Junk Co, ' II HTian has born decideI. tho lurv n I rrn'4 a verdict for tho plaintiff of 5 , ; t' f t II nmoiuit of the claim. The r s if was f ire P. C. Dndgo, jutlte of tho pt ice I ut the defendant's counsel called for .a ji.rv. Mat Collins Says "that in all his experience of over twenty five years on the railroad and trucking, he has never seen or handled as large a ship ment of WALL PAPER consigned to one firm, as he delivered last week to LYMAN P. WOOD, NOW ON SALE, A GOLF BALLS A Haskell s at $6.00 dozen, tlaskells (remade) at 5.00 " Kempshalls at 6.00 " Henleys Sllvcrtowns ) t , (t Ocohos &Vardon Flyers f " B. G. I. and Spalding Remadcs 2.25 " Everything In Ihe Golf line, Including a fine assort ment of Macgregor Drivers, Brassies and Irons. JOHN A. MA NSON & CO. O&ChurchSt; Burlington, Vt, BEE HIVE. ! The final meeting of the creditors and the h".irlnc on discharge in the bankrupt estate of Charles 11. Andrus was held yes terday before Referee )ol-rvllle. A ills-e-harge was rocommrnded by the referee. Harry Durant was arraigned before Judge Hawkins yesterday for breach of the peace. Tie pleaded not guilty but was found guilty and was recognized to tho city of Burlington In the sum of jo to keep lite peace. I George P. Whnlcn of thin city and Mrs. Mary K. Sird were mnrried early Mon day morning nt St. Peter's Church In Ver gennes by the Rev. P. A. Cnmpeau. They went to the Thousand islands for a wed ding trip. The cases of Henry Dupaw vs. John Fitz gerald and of Mary J. Austin vs. Fred H. Austin were filed Monday In tho coun ty clerk's otlke. Tho latter is a petition for divorce, the grounds being Intolerable se verity, John Smith of Salisbury was arraigned before Justice George W. neborvlllc Mon day for Intoxication. He pleaded not guilty but was convicted and lined f." nnd costs of $15.10. He took an appeal and fur nished bail In theisum of j;o. Nomination papers wcro filed Saturday In tho city clerk's nflleo setting forth that Joseph Auld would bo a candidate for city1 representative. There were 34 signers to tho papers and they were sworn to beforo Russell W. Tnft. Mrs. S. J. Bishop of Watortown, South Dakota, a former resident of Burlington, in visiting relatives and friendi in the city and will visit her Mster. Mrs. I;. B. Bald win, in South Burlington, beforo returning home. Lieut. C. M. Bunker, who has been as signed to the Twinty-thlrd battory at Fort Kthnn Allen, has reported for duty from Fort Wordcn, Washington. Lieut. C. M. Bunker baa replaced Lieut. Conrad lxmzn. who has been detailed for tho artillery school at Fortress Monroe, Va. Attorney R. W. Taft has rented a suite of four rooms In the Shaw block and is furnishing them preparatory to occupying them as ofllces He will have a library, consulting room and main oftlcej. He was formerly located in tho Knglesby block on Collego street. An e-xcurr-lon of over 2fO neonlo arrived In the city Monday shortly before noon from stations on the Burlington A- La moille road bftween Cambridge and Kssox Junction. The party boarded tho steamer Mao,uam and went to A usable. Chasm, re turning on the steamer Chatoaug-iy upon tho boat's regular trip. Jessica W the 12 years' old daughter of J. F. Jeannott, died yesterday morning at! tho home of Mrs. Jesse Rusttn on King .-treet nftrr a long illness with tubercular meningitis. The mother of the i hlld Is noti living and besides the father a younger brother sunivia. The funeral will bo held Hi 184 Bank Street." 55,000 ROLLS. from fit, Mary's cathedral to-morrow morning nt ! o'clock with burial in St. Joseph's cemetery. Tho Clinmplaln Transportation company lmve engaged the Shennnn Military band for their last excursion to Wcstport and re turn which will be held August 3t. Tho band will setenado President Itoosovolt and patty, who are to bo nt Thompson's Point at that time, tho tjiiesl of Secretary L. M. Shaw. Harry lionlln, tho six years' old son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dnnlln of North Chnm plaln street who was so seriously burned Monday afternoon, dle-el Tue sdny morn ing after suffering several hours of ox crutlating agony. The funerat was held from St. Mary's cathedral yesterday nt thtee o'clock and tho burial was inndo In St. Joseph's cemetery. Dr. Lyman Allen lost his horse Monday evening as tho result of a pecullnr acci dent. The animal was hitched in front of Dr. Allen's oillce on Main street when n coal uncoil was backed Into his carriage. The horso was frightened, tore herself loose and ran Into an adjoining yard. In her fright the horse In sumo way Jumped or fell so that her hip was broken nnd It was necessary to shoot her, John J. (VLeary, n soldier from Fort Klhnti Allen, who was arrested Friday night by Deputy Shot Iff L. W. Ballon and gave his name as Murphy nf tho Twenty third battery, was before Justice Graves Saturday and pleaded guilty to a breach of the prace and was lined $20 and co.-ds of f-l.M. He also pleaded guilty to intoxlin tlon and was fined J.1 nnd costs of J13.1S. Ho disclosed on two soldiers. Nntalo Fontnna and Antonio Fonlana, wlio conducted u granite manufacturing business under the linn r.ame of Fontana Bros at lllinmstown, voro petitioned In to bankruptcy by Milne, Clnilhuo & Gray o Burro. I no petition being lilod In Georgo K. Jolui'-on'i olllee Monday. Tho petition sets forth that tho llrm of Font-ina Bros, owe debts to the amount of Jl.ofto and Hint the petitioners nre creditors to an amount in excess of $.W. John J. PI' e. a farmer of Westminster flli d ;l petition In bankruptcy In this oily T!r.,i.-Jay. He has liabilities of $1,!K0 and assets of JHf, of whl h UW Is exempt. 1M wln I, Bice, a teamster of Putney also filed a petition oterdny, UN liabilities be ing $l.3it and assets $.';, of which iv is exempt. The creditors of Walter M. Ware, a cattle dialer of Putney tiled a petition against lilm. The creditors are Georsro Al pln. Aithur Chlekoring and W. H. Pierce. A despatch was received In this rity ye terday from Annapolis .stating that Harold Shanley had passed surccrsfully In all branches, the entrance examinations of tho Naval Aoadimy. lie was appointed lat spring bv Congressman Foster to tho eadrtshlp m.ulo vacant by the graduation of Cadet Harold D. Chllds of St. Albans. Mr. Sbmley will go before the phy.'l?al board for examination next Wednesday. In successfully p-islng the entrance ex nmlnatloii wbiih are very rigid ho Iuih made u not.ilili record and will leeelve the hearty i ngratnlations of his numerous friends her". Dr. Wi bb entertained Col. Dlmmlck and the olllri rs of the -d cavalry and Major Howe and the ofllror- of the artillery corps stationed at tho post. Fiiday. They were taken by special train to Sholl.uine Farms; were met at the Shelburnc station by Dr. Webb with three four horse drags; visited the spacious stables and saw tho numerous lioise.s, a number of which were put through their paces; and after lunch eon nt tho Webb mansion returned tn Fort Ktban Allen, all full of admiration nf tho beauties of Dr. Webb's domain mid charmed by the graceful hospitality of Dr. and Mrs. Webb. The 11:?.', a. m. train over the Rutland road wi.s over two hours late Saturday and arrived In two sections In the after noon at 2 o'clock and 2:11 respectively. Tho delay was due to a wreck at Brandon caused by the passenger train coming in contact with a gravel train. The gravel train was backing and as the passenger train was moving towntd It. the collision ensued. Tho engine, of the passenger train escaped unharmed but two of the gravel cars were thrown from the track and more or less demolished. Only one person a train, man. was Injured and his injuries are not considered serious, CROPS DAMAGED BY WIND. Low Totnperaturos of tho Nights Also Huvo Bael Effoot. IJoslon, August Jl.- The weekly crop bul letln of the New Kngland sort ion of tho clunato and crop set vice of tho weather bureau says: Tho ilrst part of tho week was distin guished by general rnln-i on tho Hth, nc eompanlod In some localities by electri cal disturbances and high winds. Tho re mainder hail aboo an average1 amount of sunshine that was much needed, al though the low teniperaturo of the nights tended to lessen Its beneficial eifects. Tho mean temperatures for the week averaged low, the minima on two nights nearly rcnihlng the fi cozing point In some. place-s. Light local frosty were n ported, no damage being done. The lowest tem perature it ported was .".I degrees In Graf ton County, New Hampshire. At most points In the dIMilct the rain fall of the week wa.s above tho average; amounts above threi' Inches occurring in the central and noithern portions, wheio tin re is now an abundanie of molsturo In the soil. Southeastern Massachusetts and Hhode Island are In need of more with none too mull In Connecticut. CONDITION OF CHOPS. Ihe high winds that accompanied tin- rains of the 11th caused some damage to torn anil other gndns. otherwlso thoir giowth was genoially satisfactory. With the oNeeptlon of tho southeastern portion of the section whero It Is too dry, the gn und appears to bo in excellent condi tion for th" gronth of all crops. Although thi re w is above tho n vertigo amount of sunshine-, still more would bo of benefit if combined with warmer nights. Grain Corn is making a fair growth, but ther is sonm complaint that neither sweet nor field varieties are earing well. Tho most satisfactory reports regarding (its condition come from Connecticut nnd western Massachusetts. nurk-wheat and th" millets are making good pro gress. Oals which, wero uncut, were Komewhnt lodged, owing to rank growth and high winds, wero still further Injur ed by the winds of the week. Whero har vested the yield has beon excellent, and, In the noithern States, wlmro but little har vesting of the crop Iiub been done, tho out look is promising. Grass. In tho southern portion of tho district the Ilrst crop of hay Is practically all seemed, and somo rmvon has been cut, Klsewhero farmers took advantago of tho favorable sunshiny weather n tho week and pushed haying vigorously. Somo up lands remain, however, uncut, und It is Iniposslblo to prosecute tho work on many lowlanls that were flooded by tho exces sive rainfall Tho yield has been gener ally saHsfnrleiry In ciuuntlty and would havo llkewlso been so in quality had not so much boon inlurcd In tho field after cutting Harly-mown fields show an ex ceptionally good growth of second crop, pactures continue to furnish sufficient feed for eat He, except whero thoro has been a d lb lency of rainfall. Fruit There is somo llttlo complaint nt rotting on tho trees of poaches and iears, but it Is probablo that both fruits will inako good crops, althfuigh It is repeirtenl that the llavor of peaehea Is not ns good as usual. A few corres iHindeiita think that tho cranberry crop Is be-ing Bomowlmt overestimated, but tho majority predict one, abovo the averago both In quantity and quality. Kssentlally tho sumo condl. tlons ns heretofore noted obtain ns re gards tho applo crop; a good crop on tho whole, hut with a deficiency In winter ap ples in somo localities. .Vegetables, With tho exception of swert corn, squashes, nnd melons, nil garden crops nro ilpcnlng well; onions, beets nnd turnips exceptionally so. Field beans nro being damaged to a slight extent by rust, but poi'' "I'd gatden beans, both siring nnd shell, nro plentiful and of good qua lity. Tho previously-reported stato of uncertainly regarding the potato crop continue ; onn f w oorrcspondonU m ttlikly p.ir.itul loinlltli n purl l Jui v from blight .mil rot, hut It I. highly pro bnblo that tho greater part of tho crop will btt liiibttjttod lu good, slmpo. NEWS OF VERMONT.. Moro Important Kvonts Groupod for Froo Press Itentlors Four Appli cants for Nnvnl Appoint ment in Hutlnnd, Four young men began tho examinations conducted nt the county court room in this city Tuosdny for the appointment to tho National Nnvnl academy nt Annnpnlls which S"tiator HciMeM Proctor Is entitle I to mal'e. The names of tho candidates sir Perry Gokay of fiptlngfleld, Fred Dunn of Homilngton, Italph I. Davy and Ilowntd I". Wcodlln nf this city. Tho examining board consists of Prof. W. A. lleebo of Morrlsvillo, Prof. F. A. Wheeler of Fair llnven nnd Dr. S. W. Hnmmond of this city. Knch young man was first given a rigid physlcnl examination by Dr. Ham mond, Ho then took up his other subjects; consisting of rending, writing, spelling, arithmetic, geography, F.hgllsli grammar, United States history, world's history, al gebra and plane geometry. A deficiency In nny one of these subjects Is consldcroil sufficient to throw out a cnntlldato. PAY CAR ON THH nUTDAND. The rtutlnnd railroad will herenftcr pay Its employes from a pay enr. Heretofore the employes outside liutlnnd havo beon paid by check. The men between Rutland and Hollows Falls wero paid Tucxidny. Wrdnesday tho car will run from Chat ham, N. V., to Ihirllngton. Thursday It will run ftom rturllngton to Jtalone. N. Y., and Friday, from Malono to Ogdcnsburgh. 1.00 MAN WAS KtT.DKD. John Mcleod of Hollows Falls, 12 years of a?o, met with a fatal accident last Fri day afternoon on tho log pile at North Wolpolo. lie had a contract for hauling 'ho logs out of the river for the Interna tional Paper company. Ho was on the pile when ho slipped nnd fell. A log rolled on him, breaking hi back and throwing him lo tho ground, a distance of about 10 feet, rrar.tutlng his skull. When picked up ho lived about eight minutes. His body was taken to Kecfe's undertaking rooms In the 'lllngo awaiting orders from his people. On Monday the body was shipped to Prince I'M wards Island, where ho has a mother and father. Mnntpeller Argus. roy sF.VF.nrcrY rurniod. Jnmes. the 12-year-oHI son of Alderman J. B. Creed nf Rutland was badlv Inn noil Tuesday while playing with powder. The lad attempted to touch off a plto of explo sive with a match, but the powder flashed beforo he was prepared and his clothing -aught fire. The boy's face and light arm are almost one continuous blister. He nar rowly escaped losing the sight of both eyes. APP0INT.MBNT FOR DR. HA55BN. Dr. Tracy K. Hazen has resigned as cura tor of the Fairbanks Museum In St. Johns, butv to accept an appointment In the scl ontllic department of Columbia I'nlvorsliv, New York. Dr. HaKen was graduated from the University of Vermont and Is especial ly well grounded In biological and botani cal lines. The trustees of the museum havo ongag-.d Miss Delia I. GnfTin of Newton, Muss., as his suce essor and she will big n her work the middle of September. Miss OrlfTln has been supervisor of science in the Newlon schools and was a teacher In nature study in the summer schools which have recently been held throughout the State. JFRY DISAG RF.F.D IN CASK nKFORH GRAND 1SI.B COUNTY COURT. The ease of lluzen vs. Dodds. the trial of which was begun Ir Grand isle County Court Tuesday afternoon, was given to tho Jury about 2 p. m. Thursday. After being out about eight hours they failed to agree and were ills barged, court taking a leersH .null the K-tli Inst. There Is considerable unfinished business on the docket. PURIFICATION ON FISH. The Tuttle compay of Rutland has lust issued a neat booklet of the Vermont Fish nnd Game league. It contains n report of the club's annual meeting Inst Nuwnibir reports of special meetings lvld September V.vl, and Januaiy L'.t. y.t'i, tho constitu tion and by-laws of the club. President Tlt- orib's annual tepoit and a list of the of eers and members of tho club nnd of branch clubs. The booklet has been sent nut nci omp.inlcd by a supplement contain ing an nrtlele on wall-evcd pike by C. W. llson of Glons Falls. -Rutland News. II VP TO PAY HKFOItH MK COl'1,1) SPBAK. Tho r.fy. Alonrio Chao of Richmond, ad dressci an audience of T." at South Rye'gato Thins lay night In the Interest of Clement ind local option. hen the sneaker reach ed tue hall the door was lot ked anil tho man In charge said he would not open up until he got his pay in advance. Mr. Chase pulled jr. out of his pocket and paid for the hall. It is said If it had been known tho. hall was for a local option meeting it could not havo been hired.. Mr. Cliaso spoke at Sheflield on Tuesday evening, In Ihe Haptlst hon" of wen ship, the pastor alioivlnp the nui tnig to be held the.ro cn condition that he could speak In reply to Mr. i liase. whleii privilege was accorded and the attendance was large. SUV KRF.DY RITTFN P.Y A DOG. Stella Hammond, the oldest daughter of Mrs. .Mary Jlntmnond of Colli ge street I'oultney was badly bitten by a dog Weeb nesday. She v.as walking with some other clilldrfo through a meadow near the river when the dog. a large bull, set upon her. Inflicting wounds in the ne'ck, breast and lejr. It Is not known whether the dog was mad or not. Poultney Journal. NO CDKMKNT POSTU.RS AI.I.OWKD. Politics were the cause of some little trouble In Poultney last week Monday. onie argument arose when George Vi . Snnl'ord asltoil to put a Cpment-Agan pos ter hill In John Morantv s tne.it niaiket, which resulted in Morality, who was a The World Ober. In any city of any note, the Ivorld ober, you can buy a Knox Hat. The best dressed men in any of these cities hear the Knox Hat. We sell the Knox Hat in this notable city. The Tall Styles are here and be are selling them ebery day, Derbys and Soft Hats $5.00, $3.50 and a special at $3.00. See the Knox before you buy any other. PEASE 'S, City Hall Square, South. large man, grasping Sanford, a man of very small statute, by tho throat mm thrust him down uprn his store steps. San ford had Morarlty arrested, nnd ttlal was given the latter In the town hall nt 1 M o'clock. Judge Henry I. Clark, counsel for Ann foul proseciiled Morarlty, who plead pullty. Justice of tho pence, Theodore S. fMiermnn, beforo whom Morarlty was tried placed the Htm at $2 and costs, amounting In nil to about fO.OO. A GOI.DIJN WEDDING. Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ymnn N. Itowo celebrat ed their finth wedding nnlversary and Mr. Howe's 75th bltthday anniversary Sntur day nt their homo on Weston street, a l'irge number of rlendis mid relatives being present, Mr. nnd Mrs. Howo were married in isle- In Wllllamstown, the luldo bclni? Miss Julia A. Thompson of Rnrro, nnd tliey went first to Northfleld to live. For ten years their home was In Chicago and about two years ago tlioy moved from tint city to Randolph In order to bo near their daughler, Mrs.. F. 1J. Wytnan. Saturday their friends gathered nbout them for a pleasant social lime" and presented as re minders nf a happy occasion mnny elegant gifts and a handsome sum of money Among those in attendance were Miss Alio nle Smith, Mrs. .Icannctto Howe nnd son, Mil. Olive Howo mid Miss Matonn Huvo of Northfleld; Mrs. Ira Rcnjnmln of Rcrlln; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Edwards, Reatnnn Hnwe, Hervey Howo and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dwlght Howe nnd son, Chnrlcs A, Howe, wife and two children of Roxbiiry; 15. E. lfowo.wlfo nnd on of Host Roxhury, Mr. and Mrs. Klljah Liaker of Stockbrldge. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Rattles and four child ren of Rralntroe; Mrs. Georgo Miles mid sister of Hydo Park, Mass. Randolph Herald. OI!3i:i!VANCU OF HUNNINGTON BAT TDIC DAY AT RIONNINGTON. Tho llSith anniversary of the Pennington batllo was celebrated In Pennington Sat urday. All mills wero closeel, Hags wero displayed and It was a general holiday Tho ilrst event was tho pantdn of the fire department. The procession started from station two at nine o'clock. It was headed by tho Pennington police force, under Cnlef Godfrey, in unlfi'mii. Tho city band furnished the music. Tho engineers were followed by tho Pradford Hook nnd Lad der company, with tho truck wagon In the pink it condition. The four hose compan ies followed. Stark hose having Its new $.Vo wagon out for tho first time. Stark steamer was out for the tlrst time slnco It has been thoroughly repaired, and look ed like one mass of silver. Thoro wcro about lno lit emeu In line, and tho depart ment never appeared to better advantage. The different companies received much ap plause as they passed down Main street, which was lined witli people. Putnam hose appoired In uniform of wlilto with white caps. Stark I loss company also ap peared with new uniforms of blue. Tho F. M. T. A. H. held Its 24th annual picnic and Held day In Hunt's upper grove. The attendance was fully ns largo as ever and the attractions wero varied. Goldsmith's orchestra furnished music and there wa.s continuous dam lug. The local chapter, D. j. Ji , pavo a reception at the residence of; Mrs. S. S. Pratt in the afternoon. Tho residence, one of the l.ugest in the place, was elaborately dee orated with Hags, finis, palms and cut flowers. The guests i of honor veie Mrs. Hodges and el-uighlcr' of W ashington and Mrs. F. C. WotnM of Nathan Hale chapter of Fast Haddam, j Conn. Tho guests were received bj tho regent, Mrs. Pratt, and tho vice-regent. Mis. . W. Rrndford. Thoro was ,i patriotic sele ction by Miss Jennie A. Val entine, a vocal solo by Mrs. Mary Ring ham Morrill and selections by a female! quartette, under Mis. J. R. Parmentor. 1 Refreshments wero served by Miss Kellth Dewey and Miss Inn Nortein. The Hap tlst Sunday-school held a picnic at the Sol. elli rs' Homo grounds and the Ladles' Aid society furnished dinner to several bun dled people. There was a picnic nf North Adams people in the Clark woods, not far from the Soldiers' Home. In the evening there was u dance In the academy hall, a pitrlotic concert it the Wnlloonisac Inn and a number of private displays of fire works. I ' I ;.VN I NGTON SHORT OF COAL. The prosperts now are that there will be a coil famine In Pennington soon unless the strike of the eoal minors ends . When the strike begun Loring o.- Co. had somo l.'oo tens in their sheds, and II. W. Mvers about .MO tons. Not n carload of hard 'coal iia m en received pore in wi f l;s. The dealers arc selling only In one-ton lots, and P I use to deliver moio than that amount. The price has not been advanced to a grc.t i v tent. 'I hoie Is ulxnit Su.OOil tons sold h"ie annually, and at thl.e season of thr oir the supply is usually from 2.r.iV) to e.'iCO tors. Now there Is not over 50) tons, it there is that. Wood Is not plenty, as theie was no extra quantity cut last win ti r. Dry wood Is now bringing I.M a conl fur four-foot wood, nnd not plenty to get at that. The f ie torus and mills' am all burning soft conl now, which is not very pleasant to tho residents of tho village. PRKSIDLNT AT UHLLOWS FALLS. The tepubbcans of Rellows Falls held a meeting Thursday evening and elected W. E. Conway murshnl for the parade at the reception to bo given President Roosevelt September 1, and C. W. Osgood, H. W. Hutehius. c. ll, Ciorhmn, W, IS. Conwav, H. II Chinch and Kilward Harry wore eiccieu a committee to have general1 elcirge of the demonstration. I MKFiTNO WAS NOT A SUCCKSS. Ihe Knights of Columbus gathering planned for Thursday evening in St. JolinsbllrV W!IS llllllillltllnhi I ,i.i ....... ....... ,., ,.-iF,,ii,-ti. i Ihe lion. M. F llae kett of Staustoad, p. i ., eouiu not iDine and I'.'lix MeGcttrb k of St. Albans did nit arrive until alter nine o'i lock. As a report had spread around town that the .sneakers v,m-,. ..,., i,... the meeting nws given up and an Informal mi' HU It micron .1 r. .1 rl nt I r nlr f I ii. Avenue House. Huston Globe, DKAT1 1 OF MAJOR J. II. KI.DKIt. Major Josiah II. Klder, who has resided In White River Junction or in the vl Inlty loi the last 15 years or longer, tlletl o'f lu art failure early Fiiday morning, aged !l years. 'Tho funeral was held lu White River Junction Sunday. Major Klder had a brilliant war record. He first served as private in Co. D, Sth Massachusetts vol unteers three months' men. lie ro-cnllst-eil lu the same icglment and was trans ferred to Co. I, 40th Massachusetts volun teers, and made first sergeant of his com. puny. Stop by step he- rose to bo major of tin regiment, ilo took part lu all the bat. ties- in number-In which the legimont was engaged, lie served on tho staffs of Gens. Adelbcit Ames, Guy V. Homy, Joseph H. Carr. S. 11. Roberts Gllniau Mntston nnd Georgo J, Stannard. and was mustered out at the close of the war. Major Klder was born In Hrowntlcld, Mo., but sliico tho war had lived most of tin. time in Vermont. NORTIIFIKLD THIKF CAUGHT. St'ite's Attorney Hnnr nf ll.irrn linu rn. eelvetl woid that Henry Coy, wajited In Northliold for larceny, was nnchted lu ShlllC. Mass Ii'tlll.iv lllL'hl 'I'ltn rvlll, havo been after hini for six weeks and had been In Rarrc. Coy will bo taken to North lb Id toon. F. P RARTLKTT Ob' PLA1NFJKLD OR SKHVKS HIS Kind IlIRTIIDAY. F. P. Hartlctt of Plalnlleld oelobritod ''itiirday the S:'nd nnlversary of his birth. Mr. Hartlctt Is a long time and highly res pected resident of Plalnlleld. having held muny olllces of trust, Ilo was for So years overseer of the poor and for several year. w,o. town tux collector until forced by HI health to give up tho work last fall. The celebration was a notnblo one, thero being present children, grand children and grout grand children, besides n largo number of citizens of tho town. Mr. Hartlett enjoyed tho occasion very much. Notwithstanding his ago, ho Is still spry and enjoys such an occasion, Thero were several "old ones" present Including Ira Stone who will be P0 years old his noxt birthday, Chnrlcs Hulk, ley. , Orrln Cree, S2 and Judge Martin, 75, PROGRAMMI2 FOR HAPTIST MEIvTING Following Is tho programmo of tho Ver mont Haptlst adversaries to bo held at Hf-niilngleni Septembers:', aland 21, Mou. d.'v, p, ni. Oprning Kesslnn of th Stato 10 Hon buanl "Our Foreign Pi pi la lions' "Krcneh Cin.HInn Hi Itev. Henry C, Croker i f Chi stor, "Swedes, ' the llcv, F, i Marble, Ph, D,, Utattleboro; tope Treatment FOR EVERY Price $1.00 CUTICURA SOAP, to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales and eof ten the thick ened cuticle, CUTICURA OINTMENT, to instantly allay itching, inflamma tion, and irritation, and soothe and heal, and CUTICURA RESOLVENT PILLS, to cool and cleanse the blood. A SINGLE SET of these great skin curatives is often sufficient to cure tho most tortur ing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleed ing, crusted, scaly, and pimply skin, scalp, and blood humours, with loss of hair, when all else fails. Millions of People Usk CtJTictmA Soat, aislfted by Ctrncmu Ol.NTnr.MT, for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, forclcantlng tho scalp of crusts, sc.ilcs, and dandruff, and the stop. plnK of falling hair, for softening, whitening, anilHootlilngrcd, rough, and foreliandp, for baby ra.lics, Itching, and chaflngs, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and ntira. crv. Millions of Women use CuncuiiA Soap In tho form of baths for annoying Irritations, Inflammations, and excoriations, or too free or offensive perspiration, In the form of wa"hc9 for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic purpost'3 which readily suggcet themselves to women. Ct'TicDBA Resolvent Pills (Chocolato Coated) aro a now, taMolfss, odorless, eco nomical substitute for tho celebrated liquid Cuticciia 11k.solvbmt,.is well as for all other blood purifiers anil humour cures. In screw, cap vials, containing CO doses, price 25c. Sol.l throughout Ihe woitd. Bo.r, Kc, OiitTKlltT, (0c , I'n l.s lie. Ilrillih lltnott 27-1S, Ch.rl'rhoui. si)., London- r rrneh Pfpott fi Hue dfl la Fill, Pirii. Pot ..btlbl-nfcPn.. ,'b ..LP.... ttn.ln tlR A. "Italians." the Rev. A. fi. Illondl. Harr... "I'oti-.p irismi of Moth "I-, nf Work, ' tbu 'e. F. D. p.-nney. Hurlington. M"iid.i ', 7:"0 p. m - Song sir-, i-e. nldress rf wel come, the lb y. Frank U. .Wrrls, r.onnlni. ton; response by Or 1'". H. Marble, presi dent Veimont 11 1 j,t 1st State convention: "l'llueatlon and tho Haptlst Denominations In America," tho Itev. Georgo K. Merrill, D. D.. provident Colgate I'niversity; "liap tlsl Kduentlon In Vermont." Principal I'.d- wan' Kllory, Ph H., Vermont Academy; "ICduentlon In the Haptlst Missionary Operations," the Itev. Thomas K Harbour, I). I ).. foreign secretary. A. 15. X. X., Hos ton, Mass. Tuesday, 0 a. m. "Our Great est Sunday School Xeeds," the Ite-v. Guy C. '.amson, Meu.tpe'ller: a Sunday-school conference led by I.. W. I law ley, l?sc Hrattlebnre ; address, "The Relations of Our Vermont Churches to World Wide Missions." the tlev. W. A. Kin.ie, Bristol: discussion, "The Women of Vermont and the State Convention."; memorial service1 In honor of Gen. J. J. Rstey, with address by Dr. Marble. 4 p m. Annual meeting nf board of trustees; visit to monument; T. :?.ii p. m, formal organization of the State convention; address. "Denomination al Life and Labor." the Rev, George C. Lnrlmer. D 1).. Madison Ave.. H.iptist Church. Xew York eltv. Monday moinlng buslui ss session of the eon vein Ion: Intro duction of new pastors: report of board of trustees, the Itev. S. II. Archibald, see'y Rutland; ri'poit of treasurer, I). M. Whit., Rutland; report of superintendent of mis sions, the Rev. V. A. Davison, Rurllugtrni . discussion of reports, "The Work Done. "I low Hotter Work Can He Done ': opei discussion: election of trustees. Wed1 es lay. '.' p. m. devotional servbe, th-1 Key It. ' Penney. Fair Ilav' ti; annu il .-i nnou. the K. v. F. P.. Marble. Ph. I .. Hiattle bom; op. m meeting of boaul for apptoprl atloos ami mission churches. 5 p. m. young pei 'i 's business meeting; Wedn-s-day evening, piais service, "Mission of the Young people's Society to World Kv.m gellzatlon," Miss Klla D. .Mae I.aurln. sec retary Young People's Department Ameri can Haptlst Missionary Union; "Mission of the Yi ung People's Society to the Horn-Chi-rch." the Rev. V. V: Wallace, pastor of the Tabernacle Haptlst Church, Vtlea, X. Y.. and former president Xew York Ttate t'nlon of Christian lJndoavnr: const e i ition si rvice; adjournment. St. Albans Messenger. HIHKRXI NS MUET IX RFTI.AXD. Twenty delegates attended the State con vention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians hfld at Columbus hall Rutland Sunday nf-tor-noon. The convention was called to jr der by Nice-President MiOuire of lien, nlngton In tho absence- of the piesldent. The following committer was elected to ptopnro by-laws for tho SI ite society; D. A. Hriiten. J. D. Hanrahan of Rutland, 15. D. Mei'nrm.ielc of -West Rutland. John Per.ders of Pioetor, John A. Rnn of Pen nington. Olllcers wero elected fur tho en suing year as follows; President, J. K. Hurke of Weft Rutland; vice-pi evident. M. P. McDonough of Rutland; t-eerotary. James K. Koran of Proctor; treasurer. M. J. Foley of Rutland: sergeant-at-arnis, T. 13. Coukllii of AVest Rutland. At the coun ty convention which followed the follow ing oilleors Were elected: President. J. D. Hanrahan; vle president, J. E. Casey of I 'rot tor; recording sect ctary, V. H. Mi -Ijaughlln of West Rutland! tlnnnelal neetc. tory, T. Iv. Mullln of West Rutland; trea Hirer. K, P. McCornuick of West Rutland. The delegates were entertained at Dr. llanrahan's home after tho convention. OFFICERS OK CO, I. The veterans of company I elected tho following nlhcers nt their reunion in Lud low Frlil. iv: President. S. A. Shatttiek of Westminster: vice-president. Abel Ray of Reading: secretary, Albert D. Heckwlth of l.udlcw, treasurer, C. 11. Rny of Ludlow. RKPITW.ICAX CAUCFS IX RVTLAXD. The Rutland lepubllean caucus held at Ttnvter hall Saturday evening was jiresldiAl over by J. F. Manning. Robert A Tiwrence was secretary. On motion of Georgo K. Lawrence the city comniltteo was empow ered to inako tho nomination for city re- Diarrhoea When you want a quick cure without any loss of time, and one that is fol lowed by no bad results, use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It never fails and is pleas ant and safe to take. It is equally valuable for chil dren. It is famous for its cures over a large part of the civilized world. Humour $1 preventative. Tho following wero unani mously nominated for Justices of the pence; Wujne Ralloy, David M. Crafts, Willis M. Host, W. C. Lotllngwoll, II. K. Houston, Ralph Stoddard, H, H Stirktuy, Alfred Rousseau, Nelson Mulmgren. Georgo W Thomas, William Hubbard, Maximo Jasmine, W. K. Farnsworth, Now man Weeks nnd M. Duthnrme, Rutland News. STOCKHOLDERS IN A MELEE Affairs at Quoen City Park Roach tho Bolllns: Point. The aniul.d meeting of the stockholder of tin (Jin en City I'arlc association wio. called to order at 10 a, tn, yesterday at lir. K. A. SMiiith's cottaifo nt tho park. The se mou was taken np by a discussion of ihe lcn.illty of tho llurland shares ol flock. Tho directors claim that Mrs. nor land of Pert Kent is not tho exctutrlx of lur late husband's estate and tbereforo thoso who now own tho shates have no vhIco in the stockholders in.-.-tlni; until their legality can bo proven. After a lennthy and heated discussion on tho sub ject tho ifietinit adjourned until 7 p. tn. when on a motion of J. J. Wlthell to ex clude Henry Hallard, who appeared for tho li.terits of the directors, from tho meet Inn as not belnK a stO"kholder eensiel a Rtncril melee. Mr. Hubbard then olfered a motion to adjourn, which was oarrleel by the Ijr. Smith faction, the other sido nlferiiiK no opposition. The matter will now be taken to n court of chimcer;-. No ntW otbeers were eb'cti-tl and the old otll ceis will hold olllee during the followliii; year. They aro: 1'iesldinl, Dr. K. A. Smith nf Hrnndon; vleu-pivsident, A. I'. Hubbard of Tyson. Dr. S. N. rSoiild nf Itandolph, Dun 11. Chapman of ( m brldife, tteasurer and collector, lion II. Chapmuti; secretary, Dr. K. A. Smith; di re furs, i:. A. Smith, A. F. Hubbard. Dr. S. N. Gould, Lucius Webb, Doll 11. Chap man, James Creissett, J. P. Williams. A eontreilllni; Interest Is owned by Dr. Smith In bis own nanio and that, with the stuik owned by his supporters, constitutes about 25 of tho M shares. Th" oprioslitt: faction for tho most part own mil' share each. Dr. Smith who Is president, si'cti'tnry and auditor of th" e ir por.tuon, besides bi'lns,' chairman uf all tho commltties except two, is also charged by pome nf the stockholders with neit giving it satisfactory report of the funds entrusted to him. The dor-tor expresses n willingness to show bis books nnd Kivo strict account of nil his dealings. The situation is a very rimplit .iled one nnd has caused no llttb excite'tin nt at the park. RECEPTION TO THE PRESIDENT Ex-Gov, U. A. Woodbury to Entortaln tho Ghlof Exocutlve. Preslde-nt Roosevelt will bo cjiven a io ception at tho residence of ox-Gov. I'. A. omlbury upon his arrK.il In Hurllngton upon the evening of Saturday, August ,',n. ill" will be accompanied by Seirel.uy Cortelyou, his private physician, Sen, taiy I - .-lie M. Shaw, Gov. W. W. Stlihn. S-u.itor Redtield J'roi tor, S'-natoi W. 1'. i Dillingham. Congressman D. J. J'osle-r. Congressman Klttredge Hnsleins and I Dr. W. Seward Webb, Govrnor Wood bury will meet the party it th" sta- I Uon with canlaces tn ronduit them to his residence at Xo. lb! Pearl str -t. Col. Dlmmlck will detail from four to six troops of ca,ilry from Fort 1-than Allen, according to the number of men at tin; post at that tlmo to ai t ns an escort. The reception will continue for about an hour, nfter which tho party will bo con el :icted to Dr. W. Seward Webb's yacht Rlfrlda, which will tako them to Thomp son's Point, where the President Is to bo the guest of Secretary Shaw. The Presi elent and pam will dine mi the yacht. Governor Woodbury will Issue as many Invitations to tho reception as it Is con sidered advisable, considering the length of time tho President will be here and In view of tho hard day s work bo will have been through before anlving here. MENOR SENT FOR WHISKEY nut Thinks Bolnn Prinoo Drank It Him self -Joseph Roach in Court. Solon Prince was arraigned be-fore Jm tleo DebirWIle yesterday lor th,- ,-nib. zz!i -ment of $1 ftom John Mi i.or. It Is all.-g, d that Menor g.ivti Prime the money to buy whiskey and that Prim o got the whisk all right but drank It himself, in.-t.ad ol giving it to Menor. The cn-- w.iv iieum uod and the respondent relea.-ed upon his ow n reco(.mz.int . Joseph Roach was also befi re Justice Deturvilli. the crinn with wh . Ii ho wo- barged being brea-h of the peace1. His trouble was with Fretl Ui.rtiti. who necl tlently ran over Roach .s foot wh le ilrhiug Into a livery stable. Loud talk resulted and Roach was bi ought into , eirt. The grand juror roconimcnded th.it tl. case bet nolle prossed and his r- connnoutl I'.ion was c.irrleil out. "AN AM KR1CAX IU'STLKR" IAST XlGIll", ' A delighted and highly -imus. d audience ' was the one assembled in tho Howard Opera Hoiiho last evening to sc.- George F. Hall In the laughing suece-s "An Amer ican Hustler." The pin e wlikli is one of the most laughable and g.-miinev funn that has boon seen at the Howard In many months, was presented by a east, every member of which wa.s capable and get moil especially adapted to the role a.sMimed. i The situations brought nbout in tho thre ads are highly ridiculous anil so amusing Hint the audience, shook with laiuln. r from the time the curtain raised on i ,u !i act until it fell. i The b adlnc role was assumed by Mr. Hall, who was n w hide show himself as "Gilbert Grasnn," the young law.er, who writes a pbiy. W. Chrystle Miller as "Mumford Merry" whoso wife Is stage struck, nddotl considerable more t- the evening's fun, with Frank Auburn? as "Isuao Parcher" the lawyer's e lork who never wa.s sober. The leading fomlnitu' role was taken by Frnnkle St. John who as "Mr.". Mumford Merry" made a good hit. The other feminine robs wero taken by MIsn ICllzabeth Aldrich an "Mrs. Gil bert Grayson" and Helen G. Judson. who as "Mrs. llawke." created storms of ap plause In the role of a suspicion mother In-law. RACING EVENTS AT BARRE A Fair Attondnnco tho Flrat Dny-Opon-liifr tho Circuit, riarre. Aug. 20 The first dan 's racing lu tho Vermont halt nnlo ti.uk circuit at the Granite Ctly Trotting Patk brought out somo of Hit- best r.u mg ever soon hero. It was attend) ti by u fair-sized e rowel. Th. re were flvo entries in each nice. The best race win tho L'.-T e lass between Al Ray and Aintree. To-nioriow's races include four ovonts. The summary follows: J:10 CLASS, TROT AXD PACI3, I'l'RSK Golden Dream, e h. tn , Suiulctland, Lebanon, X. II I 1 1 Gland Duke, b. g., I'tton, Morrlu- vtllo I 3 2 Gypsy ilkeg, blk. m., Deuilng. 'iranby. Conn 5 2 4 Lady Lautin, b. m., Sluyton, ltiure. 2 5 6 Daily Stanford, b. m.. Pulley, Mont- pelier 3 -I 3 Time, :2l''j. 2:. I , 2:21V,. 2-27 CLASS, TROT AXH PACK, PL'RSU $200. Al Riy, b. g., Slnytnn, Itarro 3 1 I 1 A'nttee, b. g, Steele, Vergennes..l 2 2 2 Second Thought, oh. g lllcklo Newport 2 4 3 3 R. 11. Stevens, blk. g.. Collins, South oWyinoulh, Mnss 1 3 5 1 Thclma, ch. ni., Sunderlaml, Leb anon, N. II 5 5 4 5 Time, 2:22U. 2 21'4 S:17t 8:l.',i. " 10 CLASS. TRO'I' AND 1'ACK, $2-'0 Tliorpe H. g-. lirewster Unrton 1 1 l Transvaal, b. r. g., Stewart Newport 2 2 1 Hugh Mack, b. g., Uatchelder, Kcone, N. H I 4 2 Turvy Diop, b, g, Lang llarton 3 3 1 Alio, b. in., Winch, Hyllehl, Mass -, ,p Tim- 2 P.' . 2 ts'j, 2 iv. T'b. ude - wir- . 1. M-u-iL -.f Li t.l ' 11' I J U I 1 I. it V. Ill ill" t me I 1 1- A t I I ' ii ' si ir - i ,i ' pill i ( 1 Ilk was Uk tl.uUr and I A. Uuffey elcilv. Prevents Dangerous Diseases. Grand Itaplds, Mb li. "I was trouble With bllloiisru s- nnd liver omplnlnt, t ml bad tn t ili nhvile nil tho time, unli r w.it tirvl if ii. I b'"n tnici'u; IJaxt' ,1 Mandrakn Jiiu.rs ami have, found nil need In your inn.llehi. I enn rr commend Baxter's Mandrnkr Hlttet-1 very hlirhly for tho general denn ing of the ir-rn, which prr-vents mum dangerous disr nres developing. Mits. a. ii. simpttErtn Unrtir's MeniltMl"' I'.ltton purlflrti th i blond, tones up the astern, rr.idb utr 3 . I: iir.lcn ,,,1 1 t..l.. 1. ,7 free from foul ln.imlli. fMO i- .h i ,j .11 IIOUllI or tltltlet ai A. c tits. jlenry, Johnson l.oid, Props, Hurling ton, Vt. A VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN To Ilo Conduotod In Clilttonclon County Mnny Rnlllo1). The republican eoiinty eorntnltteo met In, tbH rlly ynb rd iy el'-rioon and p..r. gnniKed for the conduct of tho rr pubic ri tnmpaign In tho rownty. r-;v-ry m'm'f was pi-r.iont, intludliig X'-iry Mile r. Hinesbuign. J. I,. Soulhwl'l; of H ir j, ton, W. S. X.iv of Jiurlu.. A. II St. x i,i of Wllllstun ntid A. J,. Ilmgh.i.m r,f r Dr. Nay, si-er'-t.u v. and .Mr. So ithw. , monrl. Mr. .Mil- was elwren c-h.ilnr. , , Ii i -i urr r. I bo committee rr.-iil-' a r areful cinvas of tin1 snuiiion anil consul-i d th'- vjn t point- xionsivelv. 1 lu will e n -1 ,c- I tor ins camp. urn in .--'iy towt u t i. i'IIi-, v ill bo Ii-Id -it f r t i.orit int- rv. ' . 'I 'ii- fir t Meeting is . ! . , ,;rd for M'.t - i S. turd iv evening ami v ,,. bo In tie- , fire of a State and mint - illy. Coi.gri m.iti Ji. J. Foster .md th.- ilon. He rf H.ill.ird and other- will speak, 1 1 a Stat.- rommitten h.ts ti.n In chargo ns th- y l "iv" th. gatherings at Hurllngton a I Richmond. There will bo a Mg rally at Durllngt-- i on Tuesday evening. Au.' t IK oi.d m i y sjoaVers of unto win ,. ir-srnt Anc 4 them will be Secretary 1. ii - .M i-.. --, Gen. J. (3. MeCullmurb, S- 'at-r- Pr -etrr nnd Dillingham and (' ,ngp ssrnm Fo . :. m thr nflernoon of tho kjitio d.iv G. -inr ,1 McCullough a-nd K.-n.itor 1 ulli'-mi-m v speak at a lallv at Ituhmnt d. ll. ill - - nr,, also to bo held at Ilinf -bargh aici :h c places. REPUBLICANS TO MEET Rally Friday NIrIu -Henry Uallard Others to Spoair. Th" republican campaign in th,! will begin to-morrow night with i r tally .it M John's hall on I.lrnw -I and. city is f a r.l W nil'. Spe.ikerf1 --!' n .t will b ,i-, tnii'-l" will b 1- r ish'i. -ti.ri". -; t.. -lug. r:r-ry of "i : r- I 1-, i ; r md h-,ir th" r x-i. -I' ion ol th. is' . tin1 campaign. 'I'll" i aliens w '1 1 . - 'id to r.nb -o'i lock and Lou. II tn.i.n m will;1 Tin- Hon. Homy x: il . .' i .inui-l.iti' n orr-ent.itivu oi il r. g : publican party, will t tho p., sp. -iki r of the e--iiir.g. ii'ln r-: w . make remark? will b e'. p, smith l I3rown and J. U. Cushman. Th" r, ; bo followed by otlv-is at different '! different parts of tho city arid gje 1 . ers will appear at e;ah. SUBSCRIPTION LAWS. Seven Compllocl from Decisions Ren dered by United Statos Court. Many readeri havo from time tt' i reeiuesled information roncormir in -. pnpir subscription laws ? yen !,,iv - t compiled flora rleci-ion' of tl - I n- X States Couit, and fobo'v po nts i c bother many n-wpn-r p .blisher-i. 1 t seven are; 1. Su.is.'rlbcrs who do i nt gl ,-e e.tpr -j iiotii e to tbr contrary lonslder, . 3 wlslin t. renew their s it, . nl,ti ir - '.serihr-i , ( t j,.r f . a, . r'l . , f p .Mr perindi-als the .V v e.eitii .if to send them until i nto paid. 3. If sul aerlber neglect or fi t their periodicals from the p.. f " , which they are directed the- ire i - - -Bible until they hive peetled -1 - -r I ' , d ot'i'tred tbr-m dlscontinue'd. 4. If subscrtbns move to t'n r r i -tviihot.t Informing the publi h- r. -i- i t pnp. rs ere s.-nt to the formei ad.lr. - i aro hold responsible). ". The courts havo decider! that ro-'-i -to take periodicals from th- olIU, rr ' -moving nnd having them U'u ille.i f. r a priinii laclo evidence of iutontiin il fi i j.! ti. If subscribers pay in nd tn o th.-v .'i bound to give notice at t! . i .1 ..f t' i llin i:' th-'- do not wish to oi.ttr,-: t Lie- It "tl'-iwi.-o the1 publi" .-r is a-'.'! r-lz-d i si ii' 1 it ai. d th -ti-t" -lib. r be r -sponsible until an c r --iio'in, wlt'ip mi nt if all arrearai.. s -.ca to tbe i b-ll--h. r. 7. Tlv litest post il laws are silrh l'. t r.Mi.M' ipor publish, i- can ai-rest any - --5 lor frai 1 who t ik- s a paper and i. 'i . to pay for it. I'r.der the I iv. tho m n w1 --i'1'Ws li,s sutscriptlon to r- n ale"-,- f -ome Urn unpaid and then i-rdrrs T v i-mtiiu.-l or orders the poittn t.-ici ti mark It 'refused" and have . r11-1'1 c,: seel iiotifying tlio publlshoiT - hi- - -elf I I'.'e to arrest and fine, th.- .- mo i for th. ft. It will be seen that m; iy i sp" t V"i'is re disposed of by thr -e sj, r whu-h are certainly only Jn-- !' i 1 Mil1-r doesn't want to r i , . scilntlon let him notify the j- il li-' ,-r T' i s-coml decision xlun here v.il' lo i s pti-e to somo ptiblloh'irii. who '.. lied t must stop a delinquent subs. n'.. rv i , ii .microti to. Tho delimit', nt nr.-t j :f Ii-1 desires to -ltsr-ontlnuo h'- ? - - -i , tlon. Otherr.Mse he Is hold rosp -nfiH.' f p lis long at, thi p iper is being . i t t-. h.m, wluthcr ho takes It from the p -s'-oiii e oB not. Xewspaperelom. To make cows pnv. use Shi1)' s Crrrm S. pat ator-:. Ho. k "Huslnss lar' ig Cat., 306 free W. Chester, Pa. DIED. JOXRS-Tn this cltv Augjst 11. Mr- If, A. Jones, aged 33 yars, of l.-uo .ntain, street, .TRANNOTT-In this city, Aug 20 - .i? .-15 the residence of J. A. Itustm. ill Ki-j street. Jisglci Ward, eltlest i'i"".lii . 1 J.ik. F. Jeannott, ;i ;e l 12 y, ..is ,-i-i two months. - jCarpenters X and Builders!t I Do you want little r 1 uxiru Liisn.' t We want a good agent in every town in Northern Vermont, and r . . - i-, . 1 rsonn eastern iew c:k to sell or to sell and lay Paroid ' I Roofing. t HAGAR BROTHERS., Burlington, Vermont. Cancer Cured. By our new method we treat can cer, tumor and enlarged glands with oii( opeution. ntc for 1 aniculars. Glyco-Clicmical Co,, UurlinsCon, Vt,J