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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS ; THURSDAY, AlJRlb 2, 1'JU3.
THE OLD BEE HIVE.
fcTEiN GOOD REASONS
why you should line your gown
V with
t The Beautiful and Good
LINING SILK
'Tis Handsome.
Wifi Well.
$ f ofj ? solvit in shape.
5 V lining luxury little priced
$lt s made in every fashion-
a iWt? color.
Ifs CQLL-SILK, not so-call-
cd Silk.
It couldn't be better t if
'tlvere double the price.
v docsn 't split and crack.
2 Ivouldn 't be sold by us if
J it Ivasn 't good.
Jit's been tried by thousands
I and not found banting.
Price 58 cents per yard
YOUR DRESS
will took neater, set
and wesrbetter,
WILL, NOT SPOT
NOR SHRINK.
If the goods ire SPONOBD
SPOTLE.SS
STEAM
SPONGE.R.
Hitfi Class Work its
Specialty. o
nuv your DRKSS OOODS of us ami hae them
ctoperly sponged at lieht coit of jc. a yard.
For the convenience of our custom,
ers we purchased this new steam
sponge and those who avail themselves
of the opportunity thus afforded will
not have occasion to regret it. It
simply means no more spotted dresses.
J Splendid Display of Umbrallas that are Underpriced
The New Oxford Shoes
$ The exclusive sale of
Sorosis Shoes has been
delegated to the
nin RFF HIVF
J MU MS MJAJMJ 111 T
THE HOME OF
sfp nprfprr Hrpams of heau
1 ; - . a
fir or vorw oinfvann nrpt. T
ty yet containing all the
strength and durability for
which Sorosis are noted. All
sizes and styles
$3.50
A PAIR.
THE OLD BEE HIVE.
ton the appraisers' nnd administrators'
Inventories were filed nnd In the estate of
Mnrlu MeGnrghnn of Illelimond the ad
ministrator's account was Bottled.
Two customs officers from St. Albans,
Deputy Collectors Maurice Walsh nnd A.
I'. Chlld), were here yesterday and com
pleted for tho government the measure
ments of the new Vnmont lit Shelburno
Harbor. They made the trip ncro&a In
the Mnrlqultn.
The friends of I McGregor, formerly a
bookkeeper In the meat market of F.
Howes ,t Co., and Inter connected with
the loci I oflleo of the Metropolitan Insur
ance company, and who bun until recently
he 11 In Venienner, will be pleased to
learn that he him been promoted to tho
position jf assistant superintendent for
the U'nldcii, Mass., district.
A letter has been received from A. O.
Wliltlemore, who with bis family, are tak
ing a trip through Mexico and the West
ern Stnle.'t lit the guests of Mr. AVhltto
marc's brother. They spent threo enjoy
able weeks In McnIco and then went to
California. While lit Cornundo beach Mr.
Whlttcinore met Col. nnd Mrs. K. II.
Powell, E. P. Shaw, C. K. Miner and other
Vermontcrs.
Patrick McKcnzle of North evenuo died
yesterday morning at S o'clock at the ago
of fi3 years. The causa of his death was
a complication of diseases. He Is survived
by 11 wife, six sons, Joseph, John, Patrick,
Jnmes, Austin anil Peter, and two daugh
ters, Hose and Alice. Tho funeral will be.
held from St. Mary's Cathedral to-morrow
morning at !i o'clock. Interment will be In
St. Joseph's cemetery.
Thomas Mngn.'r, superintendent of tho
local oll'.ce of the Metropolitan Insurance
company, is In reclpt of a handsome sil
ver loving cup 1 rum the main office. Tho
cup heirs the Inscription, "To Thomas
Mi'.ner, from the Metropolitan Insurance
Co.." and Is u nrlzo the company offered
the olllce in Maine, New Hampshire
and Vermont which secured tho most
business during the past six months.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wndsworth died at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Canning
of Weston street early Thursday morning
Mrs. Wndsworth came to this city from
Boston several weeks ago for her health.
Jler brother, who came here from Boston,
will accompany the remains to her home,
where interment will be made. A funeral
service will be held at St. Mary's Cathe
dral 1'rklny afternoon lit u o'clock.
Despatches Irom Mr. A. E. Richardson
mention that he and his paity arrived at
the city of Mexico hist Thursday and
that they feund .Mr. Van Patten at their
hotel In that city, where ho had arrived
trout Cub i tlnee dnvs before. Ill conse
quence of their unexpected meeting Mr.
Van P.ttteti decided to prolong his stay
in Mexico for a week, in order to be-
longer with his Burlington friends. All
were well and enjojlng their trip.
CITY SEWS.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S. Parker are rejoic
ing over the birth of a daughter.
X. W A arner and wife of Loomls street
nrr 1 jrent of a daughter, born Saturday.
The 1 ngacc meat Is announced of M?ss
J.ydia Lueiilc Duval to Stanford J. Kclscy
tif RJtl.md.
There were but seven marriage licenses
granted at tho city clerk's olllce during
the month of March.
Referc- Grnrce W. Dehorvillo declared
Saturday a dividend of 10 l-p, per cent, in
tin bankrupt estate of Isaac Cohen.
A petition in bankruptcy was filed yes
tird.y I v I'ni'k Ijoazcr, a (uurryman of
rrr His liabilities are SOT. 10 and he has
1 asset
Mrs. W II. Millliam of Shelburno has
,t to the Free Press olllce an egg that
six- by ncht Inches in size, laid by one
i f her hens,
Th I rki and postofilce will obscrvo n
' i l lmu:. this year. Arbor day being
: 1. eal holiday according to an act puss
i l 1 y the List legislature.
i 11 rv Goodrich wis arraigned in city
.......1 r nvt..nlnn lie
t I I .lldIUI'l illl IIUWAH..HIOII.
hn broken ground near tho fort for a,
laundry nnd expects to do the work of
the troops stationed there. Joseph Jor
dan of this city will have the manage
ment of the laundry.
In probata court Friday the will was
llled in the estate of Mary 1). Pierce of
Jericho and hearing was set for March
21. The will In tho estate of Oliver Dc
Anronnos, Jr.. was also llled and hearing
was set lor March IS.
First Lieut. Clark n. Elliott, 13th I-'. S.
Infantry, ban been appointed adjutant of
tho Second battalion. 1.1th infantry, Major
Frank Taylor commanding. The head
quarters of the regiment are at Monterey,
cm.
Nora Gniivln elltd at the Providence
Orphan Asylum Wednesday night at tha
ag of 13 years. The funeral was hold
from the asylum Friday morning at N
o'clock. The Interment will be In St. Jo
soph's cemetery.
Wild geese are beginning to make their
appearance, a Hook having been seen Sat
urday afternoon. They Hew In a northeily
direction over tho breakwater nnd seenuil
very tired as they were (lying low, Tliero
were about 3j birds In the llock,
I. W. Wood, who has been in PI ic
hiust, N, C-, for the past three months.
has returned to this city. Mr. Wood says
that the ellriatu Is much warmer than
to vp.irs nrevlnns. nml 1h:lt thp rirnch rron
i r a. i guiuy nun was mi unu ui! la ilU0Ht lw0 ,Veeks earlier than last year,
i r $10 whbii he paid.
The street department has a force of
men at work drawing earth about the
foundations r,f the new library building
thus preparing the grade as much us pos
slhlo before building operations are be
gun. In city court Tuesday tho plaintiff In
I nls t U' nil of which aie claim- me can- or i.orenzo .uazzom vs. wionso
, , xtlll , Perotta nskeil for a continuance. The re
quest was denied and Judgment was rend
. , r,i .1 ,te rotirt Monday the wills ,,rutj fl)r the defendant to recover his
r ne o in in'- I'M-in'i. i, .i.i.iiw.ui , ..k i'osts oi i'i.i".
r i (U. lie' . r and j.ueiss jsoucnaru oi
T the nse of It. J. Nelson vs. A. V.
A' 'irth judgment was rendered Mon
! in eity curt for the plaintiff to re
e ir damages of $L'.2S and costs of S'j.W.
petition in bankruptcy was filed yes-
rOiy by Arthur 1.. Churchill, a stono
, i t r or 1 are . ins luioimit's .uu -ri-i,
1 .rill fi
Tli" h . lings were set foil
V.. V. Kennedy of New York has moved
to this eity and will reside on North
W'llhiril strrpt. Mr. Kpnnt'iK is one of
t i,tr.n m bankruptcy was filed Mon- m,p Held agents of tho Cleveland linking
1 1 y c J) Ncwlmll, a granite manu- iovtlr-r company, and has us his territory
ir. r -f I ''I'll' Ho has liabilities of tho HtMt(, nt Vermont.
.ji inu a1--its oi v-'j". nil oi wiucn nru
A. C. Smith has begun tho construction
of three houses at tho corner of South
1 1'nlon nnd Cliff streets on land he pur
chased ol l.yinau P. Wood, Thesn houses
will bo the best of any that Mr, Smith
has constructed,
I Peter V. Harvey began Tuesday his du
lies as assistant postmaster to succeed
W. X. Scully, whosu term expired yester
i .men , r ntpt.
f onsid. raid.' eom dnint has been recclv
ri i C is eitv from parlies on the otiinr
n ef Ihe lik.- in regard to acid that
i? pes froi'i the different pulp mills sil
i ti A on til.' lake shor'.
t eity n'-sfssors began their an
j npprn--.il Wednesday and will prob-
v U orruMcMl lor alvait three inontlis. ' " dlsplurhor in tho
f ' !'..:"r, I! K - lofliee and resigned to accept the appoint-
Is. .li n .nei i. it. (,,ricj. mi nt as assistant. Ills successor has not
F S - r Ins resigned a manager of been appointed.
lie 1- 'ti 1 1 i.ii OvcrgalU-r Co. He was
W eamzed n ' was ,uu cla "r P LlVl",
ill t ' it" of L. 11. l'latt.
1. S. Irish, who has carried the mall be
city for tlie past year, bus resigned and
i J los t 10. Sails, who has the contract, will
"ho ugenry for liurlington and vicinity do the work for it time. Mr. Irish will
Jer the rj. rmanlu Fin- Insurance com-'move with his family to South Hero and
i .nv of Ni w York h.is been secured by, curry on Ills farm.
J.rowm'l linrnhnm. The assets of the j pcUtlons , ,anuruptey were (lied
i mpunj ir. Su,bl.t,,.,u. Tuesday. C. II. Mcl.eexl. a bookeeper,
T-, probate court Tuesday Mary A. i"f St. .lohnsbury has liabilities of S:!0u and
A right wi- ajipolnted ndminlstralor in assets of $10, nil of which are claimed ox
1'ie elate of J. J. Wright and II, O. empt. li. II. Morrison of Unci's Corn has
A heeler and Fred Johunnolt were ap-, liabilities of Jt'X),57 and assets of r-j, of
jointed commissioners and appraisers. which $.!0 nru claimed exempt.
There will be an Increased fee for llcen-1 Ceorge W. Scott and bride, who have
sim dot - utter Tuesday. There wire 7:11 been in this city for the past few d.iy.i.
p en on- granted Inst year and up to last , went Monday to Monlpeller for a short
1 Kht onlv 1 dogs had been licensed this visit with friends. From there they go
WonT has been received by friends In
this city of the death of Mrs. Isabella
Smith Paddock, wife of the lato Hiram
Paddock, formerly of Wlnooskl, and later
of Houlder, Colorado. Her death oc
curred February " at tho home of her
son in Wise, Virginia. Tho funeral serv
ices and Interment were at Boulder, Colo
rado, March .1. Mrs. Paddock leaves two
sons, Frank S of Wise, Virginia, nnd
Carl II., of Denver, Colorado.
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Wads
worth, who illod Thursday morning nt tho
homo of Mr. and Mis. William Cunning;
of Weston .street, was held from St.
Mary's Cathedral Friday afternoon nt
-):3'l o'clock. The Itev. C. C. Delany or
Delated. The remains wore sent to Bos
ton for Interment. Her brother, Mr. Gay
nor, whose has been in this city for tho
nasi few days, accompanied the remains,
The arrangements were in charge of John
It. Kelley.
Oliver neVarcnnes, Jr., died nt 10
o'clock Thursday night nt bis homo In this
city of Prlght's disease, after an Illness
of three months. Mr. DoVarennes was
born In this city 12 years ago and for
many years was employed by tho Howo
Scale Works In Rutland In which city his
wife iMed two years ago. Tho deceased is
survlvtd by four children from six to 14
yiars of age. He was a member of St. Jo
seph's rtociety.
The ste tement, which has been made,
that the trip of the Chateaugay to Pitts
burgh last Wednesday, the 2,1th, was the
earliest opening of navigation on record
was not quite coriect. In is"! the steam
boit A. Williams, Captain Corbln, came
over fiom I'.-ittsburgli with twenty lias
sengers on tin 1Mb of March, and began
her regular trips tho next day. The Free
Press of that date sold that this was tho
earliest opening ot navigation on record;
but si Plattsburgh despatch says that the
earliest opening was in 1m3.
Tho work on the high school annual
hau received a serious blow which may
result in no publication at all this year
Photographs of the graduating class,
faculty and school organizations to
gether with a large number of pen
sketches and drawings were burned in
the recent lite at Albany In the build
ing occupied by the Albany lOngravIng
Co. All the manuscript Is. however, In
the hands of the beard nnd It Is hoped
that duplicates of the drawings and
photographs may be secured In time to
get tho book out before graduation.
The funeral of the lato Oliver DeV.ir
(line's, Jr., war held from St. Joseph's
Church yesteiday morning nt !) o clock
the lit. Itev. Mgr. Cloarec officiating. St
.loFiph's society, of which the deceased
was :t member, attended the funeral In a
body. The beareis were bis five brothers,
J. !:., C. W., C. F.. K. A. mid C. J
UeVarennes, nnd his cousin, D, It. Peter
son, of St. Albans. Among those who at
tended from out of town were J. Daniels
and MWS Delia Fountain ot St. Albans,
The rennins were taken to Itutland tor
Interment, acconip-tnled by .1. 15. Ue
A uremics, Mrs. Oliver DoVarennes and
Mis. Matthews,
HALF A CENTURY OF SERVICE
Appreciative and Appreciated Tributes
from Various Vermont Contemporaries.
(From tho Uurllngton News.)
To-dnv marks the irnlden wedding of
Col. Clcorgo Grcnvlllo Benedict and tho
Free Press.
Co . Benedict marks tho anniversary
by an extremely Interesting sketch ot
local nnd nrofcsslonnl conditions then
and now, and nt the closo makes a mod
est nnd graceful personal allusion:
lie is, no saya, gratefully conscious oi
tho kindly nnd considerate regard with
which the readers of tho Freo Press havo
received his efforts for tho public und in
their behalf during nil theso years; that
while ho recalls some sharp contests In
which ho has taken part, and knows that
In the course of what ho deemed to be
his duty he has trodden on tho toes of
many aspirants to political and civic hon
ors, ho is not conscious ot animosity to
wards nny man, living or dead; that he
expects still to do some good work In his
calling, and that ho desires to complete
tils caicer with mnlico toward none, char
ity lor all, and tho slncercst good wishes
for tho welfare of tho community to
which he bus been s-o fortunate as to
has his lot.
Col. Benedict rounds out his fifty years
of newspaper work In lino health nnd
spirits und with faculties unlmnalred.
The whole community will wish that
muny a year may bo added to his Ions,
useful nnd honornblo career; and among
his well-wishers tho Dolly News asks to
be counted with tho slncercst and most
cordial.
May we all be hero to help Col. Bene
dict celebrate his Journalistic diamond
wedding!
HAW A CUNTUItV AGO.
(From the St. Albans Messenger.)
The Messenger extends hearty con
gratulations to Georgo Grcnvlllo Bene
dict, editor of tho Burlington Freo Press,
who to-day celebrates the fiftieth anniver
sary of his entrance Into Vermont Journal
ism. He Is the acknowledged dean of tho
profession In tho Green Mountain Stale.
In tills connection this paper may reprint
In tho same spirit the cordlnl greeting
the Messenger extended to Mr. Benedict
when he took up editorial work fifty years
ago:
"The Daily Free Press has been pur
chased by George W. Benedict, lato pro
fessor in the university. Wo nro glad of
the opportunity to make this announce
ment. It Is a fortunate day for liurling
ton, the readers of tho Free Press, and
for the Vermont pi ess generally when
rotessor Benedict becomes Its editor.
verybody knows him to be a man of
principle, of talent, ot varied and com
plete education, ot shrewd and practical
isdom, earnest, Independent, and fear
ss, and alive to tho interests and topics
of the times. We venture to predict that
ho will be the servant of no clique, but
III speak boldly tho convictions of his
own mind, yet sustaining the political
principles of the conservative whlgs of
ermont, and the Union. The public In
terests of A'ermont will find an able and
Intelligent advocate in Professor Bene
dict, who Is thoroughly acquainted with
the character of our peoplo and Institu
tions. AVo understand that Professor Bene
dict will be assisted by his son, G. G.
Benedict, who is a young man of line
ilonts and scholarship, and well quali
fied to do the work of an editor. Success
to them."
SCALP HUMOURS Good Cookery.
Itching, Scaly and Crusted
With Loss of Hair
je ir
The ase of the G. S. Blodgett company
vs Kdwar 1 iJobeml was tried Tuesday
before Ju. tin A. V. Spalding and Judg
ment was rendered for the plaintiff to re
cen' r damage- of J3.9U and costs of ?'.M.
Mrs, Hubert Beiry, mother ot Mrs. .1.
I!. Hrodli died nt her home In Stowo
Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The fu
neral will In- be.lil at lllclinioiid Thursday
morning at lo:J0 o'clock.
A pctltloi. :u bankruptcy was llled Frl
to Fitehburg, Mass.. where Mr. Seott h.ii
the position of operatoi for the Boston .'c
Maine railroad.
The many friends of G. W, Scott, u
former employe of tho Central Vermont
, railway nt this place, will le interested
' to learn of his marriage Saturday to Miss
' Susan Me.ultnu of Bnrri'. Mr. and Mrs.
; Scott were guests nt the Hotel Burling,
ton last night.
I i:. W. J. Hawkins and J. 'I'. Stearns took
( llie oaill Ol onicu lor lie u ivijituu- jhisi
. ..... ...l i.,. ...... i...
,lv l,v M..i.,v II. Ktnrie. rn men I .... ' J""-' " v-..,
of l.yiidonvllle. Ills liabilities aie si).7f
and his assets tKi). nil of which aro
claimed ixmipt.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank,
Potvin died Friday morning nt llvo
oclock. The funeral was held from
St Joseph" Church Saturday iifiernomi
nt two o'ljock Burial was n Mount Cal
vary cemetery.
Frank Gnnyeau of Fori Ktlian Allen
yesterday. Judge Hawkins was appointed
upon the death ot Judge Jtusvll and was
rcnppiJnted by Governor Stli kney nnd
also by Governor McCulloiigh. Mr.
Stearns lini been clerk throughout Judge
Hawkins's administration.
In probate court Satutday the will was
proved In the estate of Charlotte M.
Huntington of Burlington nnd Carrlo M.
Huntington was appointed executilx In
tho estate of Alma S. Fuller of Huntlng-
The funeral of George II. Kelley, who
was drowned in the lake Inst week, was
held trom St. Marys Cathodt.il Sun
day afternoon nt :i o'clock. About 400
members of tho different labor unions nt
tended the funeral In a body. Thero was
also a large attendance ot friends and
relatives. The Itev. J. I. Ponders of
Delate d and lnteriii"iit was In St. Joseph'
cemetery, Tho bearers were AVIIIIum
Crane, John Flnneran, Charles Hughes
John Mnrnn, Octave Lupolnt nnd Thomas
Ciirrln. Among the many floral offerings
was n cross from the employes of tho
Shepard .i Morse Lumber company. Tho
arrangements wero In charge of John rt
Kelley.
The Ihe department was called out
Tuesday afternoon shortly before II v
o'clock by nn nlnrin rung In from boc
J7. The lire was discovered In the kitchen
and woodshed of I bo house owned and
occupied by Mis. A. A. Shortsleeves nt
'the corner of Hyde unit Archibald streets,
ben the department arrived tho lire had
gained consult ruble headway and It wc
with much difficulty that the blaze wns
xtlngulslieil. The origin of tho lire Is
unknown, It being thought by some that
It originated fiom an overheated stovo In
tho kitchen, while others think that It
caught hi tho woodshed, The entire rear
portion of the house Is badly damaged,
us Is also the Interior of the front part.
llie furniture, carpels ana llxtures nro
damaged by smoke and water. The build-
lug Is insured for jl.zwj nnd tho furnlturo
Is Insured for $GUU In the iicency of
Jllckok ft Hlckok.
POULTRY NETTING.
feet wide, 150 feet long at .68 per roll.
2 " " " " " $1.35 " "
3 " " " " " " 2.03 " "
4 " " " " " " 2.70 " "
5 " " ' " " " 3.38 " "
6 " 4.05 " "
JOHN A. HANSON & CO.
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS.
Speedily Cured by Guticura
Soap and Ointment
When Every Other Remedy and
Physicians Fail.
Warm shampoos with Cutlcura Soap
and light dressings of Cutlcura, tho
great skin cure, at onco stop falling
linlr, remove crusts, scales and dandruff,
poothc Irritated, itching surfaces, des
troy hair parasites, stimulate tho hair
follicles, loosen the scalp skin, supply
tho root3 with energy and nourish
ment, and make tho hair grow upon a
sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when
all el so falls.
Millions of tho world's best peoplo
use Cutlcura Soap, assisted by Cutlcura
Ointmcut, tho great skin cure, for pre
serving, purifying and beautifying the
skin, for cleansing tho scalp of crusts,
scales and dandruff, and tho stopping
of falling hair, for softening, whiten
ing and soothing red, rough nnd sore
hands, for baby rashes, itchlugs and
chaflugs, in the form of baths for an
noying irritations anu innammations,
or too free or offensive perspiration, in
the form of washes for ulceratlvo weak
nesses, and many antiseptic purposes
which readily suggest themselves to
women, as well as for all the purposes
of tho toilet, bath and nursery. Cutl
cura Ko.ip combines in one soap at ono
price tho best skin and complexion
soap and the best toilet, bath anil baby
soap intnc worm.
Complete treatment for every hu
mour, consisting of Cuticura Soap, to
cleanse the skin, Cuticura Ointment, to
neat the sum, anu cutlcura 1'ius, to
cool the blood, may now bo had for
ono dollar. A single set is often suill
clcnt to euro the most torturing, disfig
uring, itching, burning and scaly hu
mours, eczema", rasnes anu irritations,
from Infancy to age, when all else fails.
THE REINDEER SINKS
Hard Worlcat tho Pumps Failed to Savo
the Stontner Yesterday,
After IS hours of continuous pumping the
large force of men, who have been em
ployed in the race with the. water in the
hold of the Itelndcer, gave up and she
ank at her dock at about 2:30 yesterday
afternoon. The men quit work at two
o'clock as tho boat was seen to bo sink
Ing rapldl and the pumps and apparatus
were taken to the dock Just in time to
save them. Since the leak wns first ills
overed nil possible has been done to keep
the boat afloat but the water gained rapid
ly In spite of tho most strenuous efforts,
As tile boat now rests her stern is on the
bottom of the lake wheie it was grounded
Tuesday. The bow Is submerged up to
the upper deck and the whole boat tips
decidedly to the south. Nothing further
will be done toward freeing tin- boat from
water until the lake recedes. The most
valuable part of the sunken vessel Is her
engines'. W hat will be done when low wa
tcr dry docks tho Itelndcer has not yet
been decided.
FORT ETHAN ALLEN NOTES
Word wns received last evening from
Fort Mycr, Va.. that qulto a disastrous
nccidcnt occurred in tho 4th battery, r
while, drilling In the riding hall, in
which Corporal Charles Slavln was killed
md three privates more or less injured
The accident was ilue to the fact that the
carriage struck n rut In the ball and
threw the corporal and privates from tho
limber chest under the wheels, which pass
e-d over their bodies. I his battery Is com
pcting with the 23rd and ITTth battery, 1
A., at this post for the honor of exhibit
Ing at Madison Square Garden and It was
while drilling for this occasion that tho
nccldent occurred. Second Lieut. AVndo II
Carpenter of this battery Is at present at
the post on the Hoard ot gunner exam
lncrs.
A Thoucrhful Man.
M. M. Austin of Winchester, Tnd
knew what to do In the hour of nceil
His wife had such an unusual case of
stoma'ch and liver trouble, physicians
could not help her. He thought of and
tried Dr. King's New Life Pills nnd
she cot relief at once and was Anally
cured. Only 25c, nt O'Sulllvan nnd
Young's Drug Store.
PIlOGBICSS IN KNGHOSSING NBW
LAWS.
Jesso Harvey, Secretary Fleetwood's en
grossing clerk, Is getting near tho end of
his woik of transcribing tho acts of 1902.
When he began Monday morning 120 bills
remained to he copied but as theso are
mo3tly innile up ot Hip familiar "To pay
the sum herein named" and "To legalize:
the grand list" kind It will require but a
few days to complete tho task. When
finished tho nets will make a book of 720
pages. In 1W, 4S0 pages, and In IKiS, 6t0
pages wero required. Mr. Harvey has
dono his work with exquisite enro and the
volume when completed will comparo fav
orably with t-nine of the best specimens
of pen work of years past. Gov, McCul
lough, Lieut -Gov Stanton nnd Speaker
Meirltleld are expected here on April
11 to affix their iKnuturcs to tho various
bills.
The
Man
Who thinks of his dress
is just nolv turning his at
tention to Ivhat is proper
for special occasions.
Eberybody and ebery
thing takes on ncu plum
age or nelv dress Ivith
spring.
Nan is no different
from other things ani
mate. Habeyou thought of a
"Black Suit made of Eng
lish Thibet, soft finished
Worsted or Cheviot
They're Ivorth yourlvhile
if you haven't already
that is, the htna tve have,
either readv-to-lvear or
made to your order in our
olvn workrooms.
PEASE'S,
City Hall Square, South
We make a specialty
Of Dress Suits.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
IN TUB HOUSKIIOLD
Don't be ton severe unon yourself nnd
your own fallings; keep on, don't faint,
be energetic to tho last Sydney Smith.
MUNU, SUNDAY, MAIICH 23.
BREAKFAST.
Grape Fruit
Cereal,
Corn Beef Ilnsh. Poached Kggs
Corn-meal Muffins,
Coffee.
DINNF.n.
Cream of Cabbage Soup.
Olives. Celery,
llonst of A'enl, Bread Sauce.
I.cttuco Salad.
Brlc Cheese.
Snow Pudding,
Black Coffee,
AVafers.
SUPPKR
Turkish Salad.
Saratoga Chips.
Bread and Butter.
Gingerbread. Baked Rhubarb.
Cocoa.
hack of tho stovo or put in a deep earth
en dish, covered nnd baked In tho oven,
until tender nnd delicious. With tho
long, slow cooking to bring out the natu
ral Hwreinoss of tho fruit, very little ad
ditional sugar will bo required, und In
some cases none nt an, i
California or Ar zona apricots prepared
In this way will find universal apprecia
tion. They aro also excellent mauo into
pits, puddings, marmalades and whips.
AVhllo tho nrnno In days past has suf
fered much from the Jibes that associ
ated It simply with "boarding Iiouho"
fare, it Is gradually rising In the gastro
nomic scale, us people reallzo that thero
aro nruncs and nruncs.
Although tho French prune crop last
year was nlmost a total failure, owing to
cold and hall, our own California yiem
has sufficed to keep the markets plcntl
fullv sunnlled with th very best prune
that grows, nnd put up In a much more
cleanly manner than the most ot tho Im
ported fruit.
Of the henlthfulness of cured prunes
thero Is no question, while they nro so
easy ot digestion that Invalids and chil
dren are allowed to use them with all
other fruit Is tabooed. Tho food value ot
tho prune Is also so great that, served
with a cereal, H can frequently lako the
place of meat.
IQven to the "energetic" womnn there
enmo days especially at this time of the
year when ambition Hags, nil the world
Is dust and ashes, nothing seems wottb
while, and the question, "What's Ihe
use?" rises continually to tho lips, even
if It eels no further.
AVhen 1hls state of mind prcvlals It Is
time to call n halt. Thero Is overwork,
a liver out ot order, or romcthlng worse.
If you nre so situated that you enn run
nw.iv from It all for a few days, do so.
She who fights (ns long ns she can), then
runs nwav,
May live to light another day.
If you can't possibly nrrange to leave
home, take the rest cure then; mat is,
ns much as you can. Iet things go for n
few davs; simplify tho meals; let tne
hi dren wash tho dishes even It tney
don't do It very well. Never mind the
cleaning. Lb- down nnd rest every mo
ment that It is possible, Don't scourge
and force vonrself to the last limit of en
durance. It won't pay. If you can have
room nil to your self, go In. shut the
door, nnd if necessary stop your ears li"
well. Give nature a rhance to exert ner
(lowers of hcnllng. through rest. So sh ill
on come forth strengthened unit iciresu
ready onto more to smooth out the
ingles and make the household wheels
go round.
PROBATE COURT
Summary of Buslnsss Transacted dur
ing the Week Eadlntr April 1.
Fstato of Ann Eliza Tilllson. Will ap
proved; letters testamentary Issued to
William Colton Clerk, Hnrdwlck, Vt., H.
Fuller and G. M. Wood appointed com
missioners and appraisers. Appraisers In
cntory returned; estate decreed to ex
ecutor.
Estate of Jennotto P. F e el. Burlington
Commissioners' report filed and adminis
trator s final settlement made.
Estate of Helen Kelley, Burlington. John
O. Kelley appointed administrator.
Estate of James S. PIcrson, South Bur
llngton. Executors' annual accounting-
Ill.-d.
Estate of Mary D. rierce, Jericho,
Guardian's account filed; will llled; hear
ing April 21.
Estate of Oliver DeA arennes, Burling
Ion. 'Will llled for probate; bearing April
IS.
Estate of Albert II. Hobertson. Col
Chester. Application for license to sell real
estate; hearing April IS. Appraisers and
ulmlnlstiatrlx Inventories filed.
Estate of Maria McGarghan, Hlch
inond. Executor's annual settlement made
Estate of Charlotte M. Huntington. Bur-
llnston. AVII1 proved; Carrie M. Hunting
ton appointed executrix; estate decieed
to executrix.
Estate ot John M. Fltzslmmons, Bur
llngton. Thomas Fltzslmmons appointed
administrator.
Estate of Lucy A. Clough. Burlington
Settlement of administrator s account.
In re Lottie G. A nrney, Burlington
(minor). C. L. Atwood appointed guardian
Estate of Peter Kirby, Burlington. Al
mine Kirby appointed administratrix.
Estate of John J. A right, Burlington
Mrs. Mary Wright appointed adminis
tratrix; Fred Jolionnott nnd H. O. AVheel
cr appointed commissioners and npprais
crs.
Estate of Narclss Bouchard, Burlington
"Will tiled; hearing on probate of same
April 17.
Estate ot Solomon Pratt, Colchester.
Will llled; hearing on probate of same
April 17.
Estate of Itobert It. Forbes, Essex. Ap
pr.-ilsers' Inventory filed.
Estate of Sylvia Johnson, Huntington
Administrator s Inventory fileel..
Estate of Capt. Oscar Eltlng, Burling
ton. Executrix inventory tiled.
Estate of Fred N. Drury, Burlington
Administratrix' inventory llled.
In a kitchen where there are set tubs
Ith but one discharge pipe connecting
both sink and tubs the housewife is some
times troubled by n bark (low in tne tuns
that will not run off. The reason for this
Is usually to be found In the fact mat
there Is always more or less grease In the
dish water. As this runs through tin
iilsehar.ro nine some ot it Is apt to be
forced back In the pipe coming trom tne
tubs ii -id this being cold tho grease Is
concealed until in time tho passage Is
entirely closed. A plumber, recently call
ed In such an em rgency, not only ex-
lalned the reason of the stoppage, nut
nvo a simple object lesson ns to how
the trouble could be remedied witnnui
having to call the plumber. A thick
piece of newspaper was laid over the
grating In the kitchen sink to closo It
and then the hot wntrr was turned on
until the sink was full to the top. not
water wrs then turned In both tubs and
allowed to stand for llvo or ten minutes.
At the end of that time the discharge
pipe wis hot all the way down to the
door. The water was then allowed to
run off the sink and the plugs were taken
from the tubs A few smart blows wltli
the palm of the hand over the vents pro
duced sufficient suction to assist tne nut
water In forcing Its way down and out
without the aid of the force pump which
the plumber bad brought In case ot ne
cessity.
If In cold weather, according to ins
suggestion, the tubs are filled half full of
hot water and allowed to stand so for a
half hour once or twice n week the stop
page question win usually no eiiininaieu.
The pipes from the kitchen sink should
also bo Hushed several times a week with
i lint sal soda solution, allowing a nan
pint of sal soda to six quarts of boiling
water.
ATTEMPT AT IDENTIFICATION
Portland Official AbIcb about Man Killed
In a Itocent Railroad Wrock.
A letter was received yesterday by
Chlif Brownell from Wlllard I . l lrth
deputy marshal of Portland, .Ale., luqiiir
Ing about John Cochrane, one of the vie
tlms In tho recent railroad wreck nt She!
liurne. The letter nsks for a description
ol the dead man, the length of time ho
had been In the employ pf tho Itutland
railroad, etc.. but gives no reason for the
Inquiry. Tho chief will reply, giving tho
des red information as lar ns possible.
it will lo remembered that the remains
of the man in question were sent to Mon
trenl for Identification and returned here
later to bo identified by E. A. Suuillt-y of
Branch. In Craftsbury, as one John An
drews. who had resided, and been em
ployed in that town. Ono of the peculiar
features of this lilentlllcalton was tne raci
that tho neiitleninn from Branch distinct
ly remembered n dofotnilty in tho dead
man's nose, which deformity, It was ntter
ward learned, was caused ny a mow re
celved In the wreck that was the cause
of his death. Alter this identification the
lemninr wero photographed and placed In
the vault at Lake lew cemetery, wnen
they now are. The photograph Is In tho
pos.seslson of I'ndertaker J. A. Corbln, In
whose charge the bodies of tho victims of
the wreck wero placed,
The chief also recently received a com
miinlcution from lU'.stedt .t l.ockhn, at
torneys of Mchford, asking about a man
who was killed bv tho ears In the local
yards about two years ago. me nnnie oi
this mnn could not be ascertained at tho
time but the letter Intimates that he may
have been ono Frunk Cota of Itlchford,
There nro nny number of good recipes
for iiruno nudlngs and soudles, and
among them these may be specially com
mended.
Pllt.'NE Pt'DDING.
Soak one quart of prunes over night,
then stew until tender. AVhen cool, dram
oft thw juice, remove the stones, nnd
press the fruit through u sluve. lieui
tho whites of four egg to a stiff froth.
adding gradually four table-spoonsful of
sugar. Add the fruit pulp, stir ligntiy,
turn into a buttered pudding dish ami
bake fifteen minutes In a moderate oven.
Servo immediately with whipped cream,
sweetened and Havered.
A half cupful of chopped almonds may
bo ndded Just before putting In the oven.
If preferred; nnd a. custard made of me
yolks of the eggs served with the pud
ding In placo ot tho whipped cream.
Good for Children.
March Is the month ot colds, croup,
whooping cough, and not unfrcqucntly
pneumonia, Chlldrm. and youni; peoplo
too, gut wot feet or are out In a wot
storm, nnd before they know It havo s.
nnd cold, wnicii ir not broken up win
lend to serious results.
Downs' Elixir given ut onco nnd treat
ment followed up as per directions given
In circulars nroitnd each bottle, will
speedily break up the cold and avert all
danger. Mis. E. H. Derby, Pierces Bridge.
N. II , writes: ' I have given Downs' Elixir
to my children when they have had colds,
nnd like it very much."
Downs' Elixir Is sold by all dealers in
medicines.
Henry, Johnion iC Lord, VojiV,
liurlington, IVrmolif.
CITY ASSESSORS ORGANIZE
A. L, Barrows Choson Chairman and tho
Work of the Your Hogun.
A. L. Barrows, F. O Biupro and 1'.
II. Corley took the onth of olllie lis city
assessors yesterday morning and begun
lb" work of the year. The board Is the
same as last year, Mr. Coiley having been
re-elected. Mr. Barrows was chosen rhalr
man nnd Thomas -'alley will actus clerk
The ward assistants are ns follows: Ward
one, G. E. Lnture. waul two. II. N. New
ell; ward three, James Hulger; ward four.
W, II, Boberts; wnrd five, It. c. Bromley.
The oflleo of the assessors at tho clt
hall will be open dally from S a. m. until
f! p. m. The assessors will be occupied
wltli melr work until the middle ot June.
Well salted popcorn Is one ot the most
popular appetizers. It Is a frequent ad
dltlon to chafflng-dish suppeis, going cs
pecialy well with Welsh rarebit.
Another appetizing relish not yet as
well known as It should be. Is an Arabian
nut that rnmes nlrendy salted. It Is about
half tile size of a peanut, and bus a thin,
smooth shell. In roasting this eraiks
open, and salt being sprinkled in the
roasting pan, the meat ot the nut takes
Ita dellcatu llavor during tho roasting
process.
MakeB A Cloan Bweop.
There's nothing llko doing a thing
throughly. Ot all th" slaves you liver
heard of, Bueklen's Arnica Salvo Is the
best. It sweeps away and cures Burns.
Sores, Bruises, Cuts, Bolls, Ulcers,
Skin Eruptions nnd Piles. It's only 25e,
and guaranteed to give satisfaction by.
O Sullivan ,L Voting. Druggists.
P.EAL HIGH LICENSE IN LINCOI.N.
The board of Mccnsc commissioners In
Lincoln, have plnccd the feo for a first
class license at $1,20.'. The population of
Lincoln as given In the last census Is
1,152 persons.
The value of the cranberry as a me
db Innl ngent was early recognized by th"
American aborigines who prepared poul
tices Ironi them to extract the venom
from pot..ined arrows. On the same
principle they are used now as a remedy
for erysipelas taken Internally or applied
n.s a poultice In malarl.il and typhoid
conditions the ncld of the fruit Is special
ly commended, while dyspeptics who lack
gastric juice arc also offered cranberries,
Eaten raw they me said to be an excel
To make cows pav, use Sharpies Cream,
Separators. Book "Business Dairying" &
Cut., rG fiee. W. Chester. Pa.
$50.00 to California and Iteturn,
A"Ia Chicago ,U North-We-stern B'y. First
- lass lound-trip tickets on sale from Chi
cago May 3d nnd May 12th to ISth. to Los
Angeles nnd San Francisco. Correspond
ingly low rates trom other points. Favor
able limits and stop-over privileges. Th
Overland limited, most luxurious train in
th" world, leaves Chicago daily .! p. m
I-SS th in three davs en rout". Drawing
room nnd compartment sleeping cars
oiiservntlon cars, dining r.ir'. buft"t-llb
rary e ns (barber and bnth), electric
lighted throughout. Three trains a day
from Chicago to the Const through with
out change. Daily nnd personally eon
ducted tourist car excursions to Callfor
nia. AVashlngton and Oregon. For par-
lent remedy for biliousness. As'a health ' "''""'I '"''y " ir.T'"'!? l'':11"'"
food cranberries should not i, strained. 1 ''"r ,J' J!r'Ui""' n'hlnB ''"
is ton much of their substance is lost,
One family who have thus far been im
mune from tho prevailing epidemic grip
cook the cranberries in plenty ot water
and keep the syrup on hand all the time
DIED.
DC VARENNES-In this city, Thur.i-
ns a drink. They declare the ncld of the"!' evening. March 21. Oliver De Aar
berry Is fully as agreeable as lemonade, ! eunes Jr, aged U y. ars.
ami more efficacious In preventing' ma
larial and lirnnohial troubles. They nKi
cook th" fruit In this way. allowing the
children to eat all they want ol" it:
ash In cold water one quart nf the
berries. Turn into an agate ot pore lain
lucepan, add one quart of granulated
sugar iiMl a quart of water. Cover tho
pan. stand over n eiuick fire and let the
ri.nberries cook just fifteen minutes
ithoitt stirring. Take the pan from the
(ire. let the sauce cool, then pour In a
glass dish.
EMMA PADDOCK TELFOllD.
AVhen there Is sickness In the house
the back-room pipes require special at
tention. One of the best disinfectants Is
nrliollc acid, n owing tour tuniespoon-
luN to n quart of cold water. Pour this
In the pipes und allow it to sianu lor
twenty minutes or so before Hushing.
LUCIA IS CONVICTED
Jury Flud Hlru Guilty of an Assault
upon His Niece, Cntlioilne Myers,
Patrick Lucia, who has been on trial
in county court for the Inst three day
on a charg" of criminal assault upon his
niece, Catherine Myei, was found guilty
last evening by the jury ot nn assault
with intent to commit criminal asfauu.
Ho was remanded to the custody of tho
sheriff to await sentence. Yesterday wns
occupied by the arguments In tho case
me attorneys munis' otates Attorney
Lenry and Itobert lloberts for tho State
and M, S. A'llns and II, K, Blown for
the lespondent.
The divorce petition of Ellery C. Howes
vs, Aaenath M. Howes was tried Inst
evening nt u speclul session of couit. A
decision has not yet been announced.
The next ease to he tried is that of tho
Statu vs. Benjamin Stevens, who la
charged with forgery. It In alleged that
ho forged tho mime of Michael Lcddy of
I'ndcihlll to a check fop $79.
in this roiinection It must be remem
bored that pneumonia Is now proved to
Un noltn as contagious as diphtheria, pul
tuberculosis or Influenza, and
the same precautions are ucmuniicu io
prevent Its communication to others. As
the cause of the Infection Is a micro-organism
in the sputa ot those suffering
from this malady great care should bo
tnlfn in destroy bv lire or disinfectants
everything with which the germs havo
come In contact.
While every individual Is supposed
mil is own ICI1 CIUUli'-i i"
.vinrnlnirs. llOt CVCI'V 0110 kllOWS tllO
.i, leiit wnv of doing so. Some
.ni- inss them over the foot
..,r,r others drag them off In a heap
and tumble them over a chair, where they
ll .1. I ne- on llie OOr. .n CVCI V CII1U1.
IH- iinn"n ... ... , I. .
bov -is well as girl, snouin no uumoi. m
right wnv nf doing this unity msh, nei.
are the directions as taught ut one ot tho
.1 li-n In nir SCIIOO S. I 'III. lu
i,i,L fnr.,. tnirether. Fold the counter
pnne evenly and lay across .ii u.,,.
the chairs, allowing tho middle to bend
., ,.. ,'..,ieli the seats
UII..II , ----- ,,,.
l.-old l ie blankets next anu iu ' i""'-
lileher. leaving n space for the air to cir
culate between. Keep on In the same
-nv with the sheets, aim lasny i-.v ui
the pillows nnd place where they will get
., f.,11 benefit of the nil'. Take pains
. , Lit.... L'non ib, "head
nrranging in" ut-uunih "i-
nnd "foot" separate.
iim.o,, nne Ik fortunate enough to own
a bottle of attar of roses, tho genuine ar
ticle great pains snoum ue mm-"
nreserve II contents without evnpora
l"lftl . .. it,., ,.lUJ ulnimer
tiun. cor tins puii,"-
should be removed anil u ciose muni,
eork substituted. Over this lie a P eco of
kid-glove finger is exceuem i-..-
.,.i in., rich nerfume will retain
Its fragrance for years. The genuine
aitar of roses, like tho best olive oil, will
freeze, aflordlng prooi oi us pun.).
Aithnin.lt celerv Is one of the most com
mon vegetables seen on tho table, not one
person In fifty knows now to eni u in"i-i-w.
v., matter how carefully It hat
been washed und scraped before sending
... n. inhle. there will Still be found
mnn each stall: a number of tough
-I. i,,.,w ni.i-es that should not be taken
Into the stomach. Do not put the stalk
to the mouth, bitting off a piece from the
end, us Is usually dono. Instead, hold
the stalk In one hand nnd break oft an
inch niece from the largo end, bending
it back and forth to do so. This loosens
the liber, which strips off readily, leaving
a erlsn. brittle section of celery with no
niii-iieii. nf waste. Keen on III this way
up the stalk, breaking each mouthful off
Instead of biting. This method will be
found not only a much daintier way of
rtlminsiiur of the wholesomo vegetable,
but more satisfactory from a gastronomic
nnd healthful standpoint.
It is al tills season of between fruits
that the housekeeper finds Brent comfort
in the various dried and evaporate
fruits of commerce. Properly prepared
many of these will he found far superior
In the real fruit taste nnd ilchnrss to the
cheap grade of ennncd jjpods. The becret
In cooking dried prunes, apricots, pencil
rs, chrorlcH nnd the like lies In the long
preliminary soaking Wnsh each piece
tliorougniy lunumg ueiween iiie iiiumi
and loie-llnger, then Bonn in plenty
cold water over night or for twenty-four
hours unt the fruit Is fully swollen
After this they may be simmered on.nttio
street, Bost n. Mass.
39,v.'t.
WASHINGTON LODGE OFFICERS
Annual Moetlnir Held Last Night Fol
lowed by a Banquet nnd Spnochej.
I'lio annual meeting of Wasluntur.
,odge. No. .!, I". ,fc A. M . was hi Id List
veiling at the Masonic Tempi.-. Tie re
ports for the past year were road and oi
ficers for tho ensuing year w ;re elected
is follows:
E. A. Brodie-AV. M.
M. C. Grandy-S. W.
AW C. Ishum J. AV.
E. II. Booth Tre.is.
J. E. Tralll-Secy.
A. (!. Mansur S. 1.
F. W. Elllott-J. 1).
.Al. G. Clark-S. S.
Geo. II. U'ells-J. S.
The Ilev. G. Glenn Atkins Chaplain.
J. Warren Itoberts Marshal.
C. W. Davis-Organist.
G. II. Whitman Tyler.
C. AV. Woodhouie Trustee.
A. C. Tttttle, C. C. Miller, Geo. AV.
Lowrey Finance committee.
Di.rlng the evening L. S. Drew, who has
been a member ol' the lodge for ."I years,
was called to a scat 111 the east. AV. C.
Ishnm, who has served efficiently as sec
retary for the past II year-!, resigned to
accept the position of Junior warden.
Among the vcteinn members preiciit
were L. S. Drew. A. C. Tut tie. P.. S.
Stiles, M. P. I.. Thompson. Snyles Nichols,
Andrew McCilTey and II. II. Hough.
At the close of the business meeting a
banquet wns served nnd Informal remuiks
were made bv the Itev. G. G. Atkins, I..
A. Brodie. Judg" M. A. Bingham. W. U
Bitmap. II. M. Mcintosh, L. S. Drew and
11. S. Stiles.
Save Your Dimes.
FORTY THOUSAND TROUT FRY
Shipment from St, Johnsbury Hntchory
to H. F. Noyos at Itutland.
A consignment oi M.OiM trout try which
were being shipped from the t'nlted States
hatcheries at St. Johnsbury to 11. F. Noyes
of Itutland to stoi k a pond near that city,
attracted considerable attention at the
railroad station yesterday morning.
The llsh am about Ihe weeks old nnd
were shipped In galvanized Iron tanks.
each of which would nold eight or ten gal
lons o water. The fry were not much
nioro than one inch in length and there
were .".UnO of them In cacli tank. Several
tanks containing Ice were set among those
containing the fry thus keeping the tem
perature of the water low enough so that
they could make the trip in s.u'tty without
a fresh supply of water being given them.
It Is nece ss,u mat the water in tne tatiKs
be stirred occasionally, otherwise the fry
will crowd together at the bottom und
those unfortunate enough to be under
neath the others will die.
i'he distribution Is being made by James
Deltoclicr, an agent ot the United States
I sh and game commission, to which ap
(illation must be innile when consignments
are wanted for smoking purposes,
COl'NTV I'NDE It WHIT EPS' OF-FICE1IS.
Tho annual meeting of the Addison and
Chittenden rmlerwrlters association
was held at the olllce oi the Burling
tun Tiust Co. yesterday and officers for
llie ensuing year were elecied as follows:
President T, S. Pock oi iiuiiiugton.
Vlce.nresldeul-J. J. Dumas ot Bristol.
Secretary and treasurer. 1 1. 1 Ward
of Burlington.
Member of executive ooiumitico tor
three yeais-J J- Dumas.
A laboring man saved
all the dimes he re
ceived during the year.
At the end of the year
he had saved
$35.00.
Get one of our little
nickel banks and try
this scheme yourself.
HOME SAVINGS BANK
BFRL1NGTON, ViUiMoNT jij
ESTATE OF N" IU TSS Hft'i HAIll' IF
l:t P.LINGTON.
STATE OF VERMONT. District of Chit
tenden.
To all poisons concerned In t'.ie estate ot
NarcNs l'oiu hard, late ,.f p, uhngt..i.
said district, dceafed.
UKr. E L IN ,
At a Probate Court, holileu a! Burling
ton, within and for the District of Chitten
den, on the Hh il.i ol March. l'ie
an instrument purporting to be the last
Will OHO l'!ltt!Ill'lll Ol .,t!C!SS llOUl'IIUl T .
late of Burlington, in said dlstrkt.
deceased, was pies.-ntil to the eourt
ifores.iid. for probate.
And it is ordered b -aid i mirt that th
17th day of April. U.cj. nt tho Probate
Court rooms In said Burllnicton. bo aeslcn-
ed for proving uU Instrument; and tail
notice thereof be given to all person con
cerned, by publishing this order three
weeKs successively in uie liurungton
Weekly Free Press, n newspaper published
ot sain jiuriingion previous to ma time
appointed.
Tlicietore. vc.i are hereby notlflel to ai-
pcir buforu sal a Court, at ine uin'i tmi
mace aforesaid, and content th probate o
.itd will, if yea have cause.
i.ivin under my njr.a .11 iiurunirton m
paid di"tni t. this 3nth da of Mnn ti '.3.
JlABL'ELLl S A. BINGHAM
le.w :t. Juilne
ANNVAL MEETING OF AV. F. M. S
The anniversary of tho Woman's For
elyn Missionary society of the A'ermont
conlereuce will be held In the Congrega
tional Church at Notthtleld, Friday, April
10, at 2 p. m Miss Anna A'. Blng of Sap
poro, Japan, will give the addiess,
TO CUHE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablet
All druggists lcfiind Ihe money It It lulls
to cure. E, . Grovw's lUutino Is on
cuch box. Hit, 37w,ly.
ESTATE OF JOHN .1 AVBIGHT OF
HURLING I ON.
We, th" i uhMTlberr. ii.it ing been ep
po.nte.l by the Honorable, the Probata
Court for tho district of Chittenden, com
ni.aloners to receive, exnminu and adjust
tlie c'.a.nis and demands of -ii! ucrsou
against the estate of John J. Wright, l.il
ot' Burlington, In said district, doce.ist I.
nnd alio nil claims and demands exhibit A
In offset thereto, and six months from
the dnv ef the date hereof being allowed
b s.Ud court for that purpose, wo do
therefore hereby give notice that we w II
attend to the dutiei of our appointment
at ihe law office of Cushniun Sherm n
In l'.tu llngton. in mid district, on th. I.i-t
iturd.iy- of April and Septenib. i ,
pcM, at in o'cloik a in on e.uh .'I' sul
I i
Dated llils Hist da of .Mar. h. l' .1
iii:.vi:v l. WHEELER.
FRED .lOHU.NNOTT.
.i.t;it. Commission! rs
"a U 1F.RT li. ROP.KRT.-'ON'S IJSTATI T
STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chit
tenden. Tlie lion. Probate Court for the District
of Chittenden.
'! llie hoir, ind all persons Intin-ted
in the estate of Albilt It. Robertson, late
of Colcllestir. deieasi'd.
GREETING;
Whereas, application hath been made in
this court In writing, by the admlnl-lrn-trl
o the ctntc of Albert It. Robertson.
pnilng tor license and authority to sell
the whole of the real estate ot snld do
i cased, (or the pnnu nt of dolus and
charges of administration, sotting forth
tin rein the amount of debts due from sal I
deceased, tho charges of administration,
the amount ofju'ison.il estate and the sit
uation of thiPTeiil estate.
Vt hereupon, the said court nppninU I
and is-dgncd th" Kth day of April,
Ma nl tho Probate Court rooms, in snnl
IMrlet to ne.u ami ncciae upon said
application and petition, and ordered
public noilie thToot to be given to all
pel -ons Interested therein, by publishing
said order, together with the time and
place of lienrlnir, three weeks successive
ly in the Burlington Weekly Free Press,
n newspaper which circulates in the
neighb..! hood of those persons Interested
In -.ul oMatc all whli h publications
shall i pn t Ions to the day assigned for
ho.dini.
Tli' i- fo'o. you aie hereby notified to ap.
i.'ir In fun said court, nt tho time and
I la- e .ssi. oil then and there In snld
, ,il I ti ir ike your otlectlons It the
Krai'tb M -I siteh Uci use If yi u see c nisi
Ulvu under m bund, in the Probate
Court room-., this sntli day of Marili rW3.
M.MICEI USA, BINGHAM
W.wSL JuiIkc. ,

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