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THE BURLINGTON FREE FRTCSS : TTTCFRSD VY, SRPTEWJEPt 21, 190.i.
HORSE COLIC, Ulstcmper, Founder. Pneu monia, etc., hi woll ns nil forms of Lnmenest, ConlrncN cd Card, Curb, Splint, etc, nro Instantly relieved, nnd In variably cured by tho uso of iuttle s Mixir. Satisfaction trinirntiteeil or (anotioy refunded. Used and cmlnrapcl hv llti AHam Pv, firess Company. Used by lending brooders mid iirftnoii everywhere. Ilnssax-ednmlcureilmuny vaumblo horsou. May do llkoxvlso for you. , TUTTIC'S fAMi'.V EL I Xin firm rhcnmtittiim, no-alnn, tirillse, otc. Kllll pain iliHintly. Om IDO-ii-xbo hoot, ''VoforlnaryKxptrtonco,'riil:K. Dr. S. A. TUTTI.U, llevcrly St., Iloslon, Mm. llewirf nf scille.t tlllllrt iitii vrnutnit but lulllr't. AtoUI all lilleturs j tUry olleronlj tcmpurarj relict If an j, TAYLOR-WESTON. A Wedding In flu Vtlliouilncl.s nf In terest to Friends Here. A xvedillng In which miiny Ilurllngtnn lnng will bo Interested, was solemnized nl the nummcr homo nf the bride, "Tho ".'nscii.lc-ln-the-Adlrondncks," I'ascade vllle, N. Y till! oxenlng of September 111, when Miss KiithetMl Will i on Weston ol Now York mul Dr. William .Ionian Taylor of Cincinnati worn mart led by tho nov. 11, Aslunn Hi my, lector of Tiinlty parish, Wilmington, Uol. Tno bri ll il pnrtx stood beneath 11 canopy of (.icon anil whlto. 'I'ho entire hniMe Xxit.i elaborately decorated, a decorator from Now York having charge of tho work. '1 i'e music was furnished by .111 orohoitra of seven pleees, xvhlch played during Iho entile service. Tho brlile was gowned In white satin with veil anil orange blos soms, her only ornament being a bountl l'd pearl brooch, tho gift ol tho i;niin. Alter 0 little reception, the on-sta, nboiit To In number, wit down to an elaborate V. -ildlng baniUet. Tho happy couple lett immediately after, nmld 11 shower of confetti, for an extended wedding trip and will bo at home to their friends after Detibi r 15 at their homo In Cincinnati. Tin fllspla.x of wedding gifts was uf un tisi il number ami 'nine and Inilleaieil the i-tceni In which tho young people v.erc hi Id. LIQUOR IN STOCKING. Jutt-plilnc I.ntoiir'M tixcl MnrclioiiT 1)1(1 Xnt Keep Her from It 111 l.-inil. Josephine I.atour had a novo! storo house for her liiiuor but It was of no avail Friday when she was arraigned In city eouit for soiling without a license. Flio pleaded not guilty and during tho process of tho hearing the fact eamo out that she kept whiskey in her slocking. Witnesses testified to visiting .lost phlne's house and said that their hostess e.x tricted a half pint bottle of whiskey from one stocking and then diow a pint I ittle from the other. The hall pint the itors said they thank but It was so i rm th.it a Jug was sent for and that w 1 found to be cooler. Imring Josephine's tri il 01,0 of the xvlt r ssts. Lottie Dion, had a lit. it being the f mul one she has had In tho cunt rnm. Josephine was found guilty of five t i-st offenses and was sentenced to servo II 1 lor- than 11 nor mere than 12 months in the House of Ciirrectlon. She took an Appeal and ball was iixed at VM, which the could not furnish. i IS NOT INSANE. IMijMlelnnx Declare Irene l.nne to He In Itlglit Mini! Court Xoles. Irene Lane, the young girl who was re cently at rested for Immoral conduct anil was supposed to be Insane, has been ex amined by three physicians at tho 10 iuest of City Grand Juror Sherman 'ind nil reported that they could lind nothing to justify them in committing her to an Insane hospital. Tho cum. against her vns continued until Tuesday. Emma MoNnlty was arraigned for breaking windows In I.uey P.ishb.'s linuse but tho case Vt'a.s continued, xvlth 1 'it hearing, mull September J." Herbert Nelson, an eight -year-old boy. announced to Judgo Iinxvklns tint lie would not go to school and as he hm net boen going he was sentenced tn serc the remainder of his minority at the In dustrial schijol at Yergennes. Delia Pratt pleaded not guilty to a charge df IntoxlLation but was lonvntcil nnd fined and costs of $n II. She I. .ok un appeal and ball was fixed .it SOi, The case against Jlamlc Kim tz fur Im moral conduct was continued until Sep tember 30, her recognizance bung taken in the sum of $300 for her uppiar.moe at that time. MRS. SELINA BACON PINED. W'tis Arrested In Allmrgli Some Weeks Ako with 11 So'iller. Sellna Macon, wife of Joseph Macon, proprietor of the Hussell House, was in city court Monday afternoon upon nn information chaiglng her with adultery. She pleaded guilty and was lined S'.'il ami costs of J.02, which she paid The altir liate sentence was f.Cn da.s in the Ibu-i nf Correction. Mrs. Maeon and a wldler, llega Smith, were arrested nt Albuigh. where, It is alleged, they were living to gether as man and wife. Smith pien led faulty seveinl weeks ago and is si rving a. two years' sentence in the Stall's prison at Windsor. N'ettie Stiles of St. Albans was nr lalgnoil in city couit Monday foi In toxication. She pleaded not gulltv but was convicted nnd lined .", nnd costs of JU'i, the alternate .sentenoo being ten nays In jail. Catarrh rots teeth' lodo-oxygen slops It. Dr. 13. W. Illgbee, Northampton, Jlass. A FOHMMn VRR.MONT VICTKMAX. Mr. Hiram S. I.athe, a ri sklent of Lynn, i"s., for thirty-live years, dliil suddenly Friday, aged Itfty-nlne yenrs. He was horn nt Coventry Yl. In the civil War he e ilisted In Company F, Mh reglnnnl, .Vew Hamphlre volunteers, and served until tho battle of Anllttnm, where ho was wounded and sent lo the hospital. Alu r Ills discharge he went to Main hosier, Iv II., where lr was married lo .Mis I.iicv Lfimson. who suiivs bun with !i son rind 11 daughter Mr. l.ell.c was a member of Post 5, G, A. H., of Lynn, 3VInss. I JOHNSON A Made on in Iho get the 1 un the LLayjsrs of m It you can't get it, xxo r m mx.s.'i wmt IlliWIillHIIII'lllll S11 ytmlKffi-m'i7tW W''smxrmi?L.-t&-M,bii aiYMfMiBMMi THE MUSIC FESTIVAL A Greater Event This Year Than Ever Before. MmiIiiiiic IIIaiiM'll, Madame Homer nnd D.nld lllsphuiii llcail (lie I. lot of lliuliit'tii ArlNls An OrclilMtru ot ! PieceiH, Tho music feslhal has become nil nn- ntml event In this city, and is an in stitution lookeil upon by all citizens with great pride. Tho expectations of all music lovers for this j car's festival are running high. Although the l'ctlvnls of preceding years hac been of .1 very high order this year's lestlval will be I ho giealest of the series. Mot only me givat aitists lu appear at this festival, but the orchestra will bo larger, and niado up ot h' tier musicians than ever before. The members ot tho chorus have worked industriously all tho ear: thoy know the music thorot.glily, and sing with great freedom and spirit. Tho people of llurllngton will be astonish ed to hear the great ultimo of tone which they can produce, and will be charmed by the ilolleacy and musical quality of their rendering of the many beautiful themes which are In tit" progrnmmo this yon r. Of the great nrll"ts we will speak later. In succeeding Rm 1- of this paper Will be given the life and iiuiftlcul catccr of Lil lian UlatiM'lt, Madame Homer and David Dlsplmm. They are singers eminent, not only in this counlr., but in all groat mtilcal centers abroad. Their presence at this festival gives It a stanillng sec ond to none In this country. The Wor-ce-iter lestival ol this year has not as m my or us great artNts as will appear here in October. .Mr. Chapman has cer tainly accomplished a great work lu his M ilne, Xew Hampshire and Vermont tax IimiIs, nnd he seems able to raise the st ilid'ird and chann tor of each festival over the one of I ne pren ding year. MA DAM K III..U-Vi:i,T AS JIAU (il'DIUTi:. The first con.'ort is to bo held Thurs day evening, Octobei S. At this concert the whole opera of "Kiutst" will be given, nnd .Madame hlauvelt will appear for tho only time in the role of Marguerite. Juno 2, KmM, she made her debut in I.on.lon as .Marguerite at the Hoyal Covent Gar den. H has been necessary to have "Faust" pievont,., hH thst night ot the festival because .Madame Millivolt leavi s at eleven o'i loi k that same night to re turn to I.ondcni to begin an engagement there. In in dor to make It possible for Madame Mlnivelt to appear In I !in llngton. Mr. Chapman comes with his orchestra and i't'tlsl'-- by special train Thursday morning from M.int'hc-'ti'r, roaiiurg hero Thurs day nbo.it two o r, u in iL.ie lor tho pub lic iohiMis.il w nich begins at three. Th" hoiu win ! af-cmbl-d on the stage that afternoon to miet him. and as soon as the train arrives .Mr. Chapman and or chestra will go Immediately to the audi torium. Madame P.lauvolt will arrive on Wednesday and so be renly to appear at this public rehearsal as well as at tho evening concert. PHOG11AM.M MS. The first conceit, as has been an nounced, will be the entire opera of 'Faust' upon which the chorus has been winking Industriously all iho joar. This opera Is familiar to many In "this com munity, and all know how mnny bril liant and lieautltul chnrnl parts it con tains. The 1 horns ha.- much to do in this concert and will ably support tho artists who ate to sing In Iho title roles. Friday aft. 1 noon d ubinie Shotw, 11 PIP' r anil 1'elK I'ox wiM be tin- principal nrti-ts, and the or hestra will render among Its numbers I'eeihoven's "Moonoro No. :!,'' Friday evening Divltl Mispham .inpf irs ami this concert will be one of tin gie.itest treats ot Hie fistlval. as Mr. Misph 1111 will sing a gicat variety of so, a We shall heir bin, ,ng the won derful harmony of Wagner ami the roll ii.j melody of Verdi and a vain ty of f. an nularis, the beauties of wlm h he in irveiouslv unfold. an so At the Saturday night concert It will be our privilege to hear Mad , me Homer, whoe singing is In its iin.i'lty and feivor so much like that of .Madame Schumann liciiik. WINOOSia LAD PINED. I'oiiiiiI tinlljy of IiioIciiHoii In City Courl Piim-rs Ciim. Ilpcn. A 10- oar-old boy from U'inooski wns the respondent in the case of Stato vs. Frank Parra::o tried by Judue Hawkins In oily court Satuidiy. The lad pleaded guilty to the charge of intoxication nnd was lined $3 and costs of Jp'.i, the allcr nito somcinc being In da.ss in jail. City Grand .luror Sherman prosecuted this anil a slmllir charge against a soldier lrom Full KUinn Allm, W. J. Dounes. Duwics was up for a second offense and was found guilty and lined $ir, anil eosts of W.7!'. In- is the man that llgured In the ia.se against W. ii. Craven lor violation ol the Heating clause of the liiense law. I'll' r,hr i.f state vs. Jack Powers which was to have come befoio tho court Saturday morning was con.. .,10 mid loft onrn oiving to counsel being unablo to nit' nil. '1 his Is one ot Ihe c ises growing out of tlie iIbiIc and carving aigument at Ihe .Sherwood cafe for which W. li. V. alker was lined $lnu In city court Fri day. Dean's Kliciuuntii' Pills absolutely cure Itheumutisrn & Neuralgia. ICnllrely vcgi table. Sale. il.ouxvly HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. All conn Ibulluiis for the Suiilember Is- ' sue of the Register must he har.deil to tie cditois I iv J'llday of Ibis week. The iiiruiager is now out of toxvn but as soon las he retains the work ol getting snb-jsiiiptlom- ioi the yi ir x ill be begun. The candidates for the -eh'iol font ball Me mi beg in piactieo ye-tenlay and will piutuu sleadily until tho team is chn- 'an fill I't tin" fnll nilfl ivinhtr n-iv lirr ni-fifc i uiaku uij tis, kivc uiu iiunsaiiuy COMDITfON It llclns the olilr r li early layers, prevents hickucsr, ami is t1l..n.... r.. 1 III use over vi vc-rtrs. 'slk.'A.X'.lf'i?.'.'','.5' ftVi flv",81- A 21b' 81.20; CO., Booton, Mnna. ROCK-STREWN Rocky business, this cheap fur selling, w You'll bo sick of It soon ouough. K Why not turn over a new leaf, and sell pjj tho right kind. The Mit-iir-llurlin Fur (VNiW honor In- furrleis xvbo have tho nl an or siun-ilressing at Hu-lr lingers' ends, The pelts are taki 11 nt our very door foiiests of Maine and Vermont, t. Wo H Ity or t$ pick of the m.irkels, lo, can 1 bih iius lienor 111 11 a tv or inaile up xvlth greater skill In Nexv York or h Huston. In the very top-noiob of stvle -thev )j ideaso exacting ilrcssers -iinil me niodorato fi ill price r III V 1,'llflXf l-w t-v'ik vii t 11111.11L I?. t'l x 1 -it f 1 11 vol . cor M 1, 1 tin I'ur My." $fo.Tiey are famtiar to THE CLOSEST SKIMMER Of AIL SEPARATORS riusi liCOfNOniCAL. CLEANEST AND EA5IEST. MOST DURABLE. BEST AND HOCT Dtm:rrAni v o oiayuurtpents and SouQh t fyDucnminatm? Dairy Farmers fwymicj- I -oncc yfAlONJjFAM iJ;Wf.";,iV3i-,.a.?v.r bellows CRIMINAL CASES. John Av'iey l'lneil SfltOO for (lie Illegal Sale of l,liimr Other C'iinch. The trial of John shcy on a charge ot sellltfi llijunr without llcctise occupied the time of comity court Friday. The evidence aialnst tin- rospondi nt tended to show that ho conducted a lesort of notoriety not far from Fort l.'thau Allen mid that lie had dealt in lltp.ors A gen eral denial ot tho allegations was made, it helm? claimed that Illinois seized at his pl'iio wire, for his personal use. Slate's Attorney Meary prosecuted and Attorney lias deiendcd, loth making argumeiils. The jury returned a ver 1II1 t of guilty nml Ai-hl'.v was lliiul The Jury In tho case ol Slate vs. Amos Meane, who was charged with breai h of the pcaoe, returned a ordlit of not guilty by reason of the Insanity of Hm respondent. Mran will be placed In the liis-ane hnsj Hal at Waterbury. The motion made by Attorney Vilas for a now trial in the case of the State vs. Hon 1 tn in Sieve ns, which was trhil at the last term of county court, was over ruled Friday. FROM JAIL TO HOSPITAL. Frank llertscli In 11 Merloni Condition n Clly Court Ciinom. J Frank Mcrlsih of Jfewnik, X. J., placed 1 111 county jail September I on 1 onniliiliit of New Jersey parties that he had wtong- fully converted moneys held by him in a Ibluclary i.ip.iiity and w In se menial mii dlllon was at the time iiiiestioned, was Thnrs.I'iv n moved to tine diiny All. 11 hoxplt il for treatment. Mertsch h.n every appcaranie of being a vuty siik man, some thinking that he has consumption, i Ills pulse has beat at an abnormal rate per minute and by mutual agreement of counsel it was decided that the place for him was at the hospital where he could receive mo ireatmeni mat 111s alarming condition demands. Letter to W. G, Tucker, Vt. It right nut i'lirfinrtim, Dear Pir : Lt's talk It right nut be fore lolks; tin re's nothing to hide 111 your business or mils; If there Is, we'd better hide ourselves. We arc In trade to make money; so are you. We make It by saving our cus tomer's money; so do you. Our object. In trade, Is to save your custumers' wood from rotting and iron nnd sloel and tin fiom rusting; yours tho same. We work for thousands of property owners; you lor a fi w. We can do some things thai you can't do; we have the facilities. You 1 an do some things that we can't; y u aie there. Let us woik together; be fnithtul lo one ..nothcr. Mi tap serve our custonieis better by wiii king together and being faithful to oik another. Your dollar, put into our paint, will paint more feet than In any othi r wax; and tin paint will last longer. This e.i es ymi money, and saws your cus tomers' money. Thnt's all there Is in our xxholu business. Yours ttuly, I'. W. DKVOF & Co.. 43 Nexv Yoik. P. S--TIngnr Mroi. sCll our paint. TRAILL-ELODGETT. Papular lliirllngtoiiians ((uietlv XIarrlcil nl Itridi-'s Home. A nuiet xvrddmg was solemnized at tho resi.loiiie of Mrs. Laura A. lilodgctt at No. Collece slrei t Thursdiv al'lern mu at four o'cloi k xv hi 11 her daughter, .Miss I F.liza M'ood lllodgett, and James Justus M'inlll xieic united in marriage. The cere mony was performed by the llev. Samuel L. Mntes. who (s an old-tinie friend of the lilodgett family-. Owing lo ihe recent death ol the bride's father, there xvas pres ent only a small company of the Im mediate relatives of the contracting pintle-. There xvero nn attendants. 1'olloxvlng the, ceremony a short re eeptlon xvas held, at xvhlch the happy couple received the congratulations of those present. They wore the recipients of a huge number of costly and beautiful presents, Including pieces of cut glass, sil ver and bre-a-brac. The bride's gown xvas a daik blue traveling suit, trimmed xvlth surah silk and she carried a hunch of sweet peas. Among thoso from out of the city who attended the xveddlug xieic Mr. and Mrs. W. V'. lllodgett nnd Mr. and Mrs. A. M. lllodgett of St. Johns I nry md Mr and Mrs. P. 1-'. Mlodgett of Montpeller. The groom Is cashier and bookkeep. r for the Metropolitan Life In surance rompanv, while the lulde xi-as forinei ly sb nographer and bookkeeper In Mallex's music rooms. They have a host of friends, who will join lu wishing them many years of happiness. Mr. -1111! Mr-. Traill left on Ihe fl:IO train for a short xx-i ddlng Dip to Montreal, after whleb they will reside at No, 91 College street. WILL OPEN NEW STREET. Klngsley IVrrnce Will Run om Ii t lllllll. Fust from The pirbmlnaiy .surveys have been 1.1 oh- for a new street 011 what Is kmnvu s the Ktngsley property 011 South Fnlon street. The street will run a distance ol 110 feet east from .South I'nlon s.ieit and will incut a proposed sltcet Ihil is to run north fiom Spruce slice! b 111 inldxvay betxx-eon South Fnlon and Soiiih U'lllnrd streets. The proposed sheet xvlll be la hot xvldo and xvlll be known as Kingsley Terrace. Work will li imeiu-iil lu a few days grading II. Tnere will be in nil 11 building lots 011 Un in x. st reel and as soon as oomplcitcd they xxlll bo put on the mai hot. A slioel in Una pan of the elty xvlll make it pos-dble for several more line Iioums tn ho rioited. Muilding lots In Ihe vicinlly an- iioiu ly all sold. As this is one of the most deslrablo icsldcntial portions of MurlltiBlon, PLAINTIFF WINS COW CASE. Jury Mi k".1 l Hue 1 1 1 tn Stuh' llcail Xmv Taken I'p, A sealed verdict for the jilalntlrf to re cover Ills cosls and $i"i xvas liauded lu Thursday lu (ho colobtalcil cow 1 aso from Iluntluglon of John H, Andrexvs vs, Clayton Carl, Settlement xvas made Thursday hy the piymepl of Ihe $'i'i axvarded by tho Jury 111 Hie case nf Joseph Al. Merlck vs. Masll Noah, A certified execution xvas Issued. This easo was tried at tho pu sriit term, Tho motion to dl.-inhis, argued lor the ihfendniit W dncMluy afhrnoou, xvas o 'errulod in ll ' e of Arhueklo & Co, vs. Michael J Gin 11 The iiilnilnlsU.il a- of Iho plalnlllfs on tutu wus given li ive lo initr In Iho easo Dairymen Far and Near? 'CVI AM flits ?7Cf OA a i "M falls. vt. h-rJi?p. of Lawrence Mnzzmil vs. John 1 centl. Tho defend, nil s counsel, in 1 ra the icieniiy cninimieii case ni Henry A. Aldrlch vs. lOrucst Mlair, staled that' ihei ih sped a trial. Argument was made in the ease of Mcn.iainln F, .Stevens, now seivng a mmi tcuce at Windsor for rorgei, .stale's Attorney l.rarj appealed for the Stab end Mntlln 8. Vilas and C. It. Peck fin Slovens. The motion is based on newly discovered evidence involving the Idoniit'v of Slovens and the fait that one of the jurors In tho iase was ,, p,h, ,. oiiicer slightly Interested In the case 111 the afternoon a ,:r Was 1 iiririiielled 111 the case of Slate s. Anns Mean of Colchester, chargul with hioiih ,,r ii. peace. The 11 simndenl's father ag' d TT years leslllln; to the l.igiiag. of t In- man on the day In qins.lon md wis ( r,,,i. examined by Henry Mallaul for the re spondent. Mr. Hallatd's iptestions with evidently made with Hie purpose of ad ducing the witness's opinion of his son's mental condition, which Mr. Malbud stated to the Jury s unsound. Menu Is a man of about II yeais, separated lrom bis wile and chlldn 11. some six or seven year- ngo. He bus since been supported by his father. DEATH OF P. A. DALEY. In I'.illlirr Hcallli for IIIkIiI Years bnl Km! Mas Sudden. Patrick A. Daley il,.,l .suddenly at the home of his mother on South Chomplaln street Well. biy night. The do,-, ,,P,i had been Pi filling in alt!, for tin past . ' lit 11s bin u:i' not I 1 1 a with bis 1 isi lllni-s uiiti! .Mm 1 i morning. He xias able to bo about till a out Mx o'i lock Wi dnrsday alii r 0011, when l,e xvas t ikei. xx I'll s1 im-j. spi tl Medic il as-lslan was summoned, but ho died of heart fail ure at abort ie-.",n o'clock. Mr. Daley xv.is bom In tins city some ;:.! vears no, and had always rcsid' d liei'ii. He altenlod the pieparalory schr.ols 111 Ills early years and xxais graii I nn'.-d frnin the St. Joseph's College 111 tin class of v'i 11,, ttas a general favorlti among 11 large niimbi r of associates. He survived by his mother, Mrs. Sarah Dalov. ixvo sisters, sister Mary Helena of MiiHani! and .Mrs. Willlem Slllnman. and by eieht brMbors lllehard .1.. John Y.. Thorn. n P.. Hugh L. or tlrs illy, IM-xv-id 11. 01 New Vnl;, Manny .1. ot St. Albans. Jnr.tes M.. ot New York and rrencl -. A., of this oily. Tho funeial was held Friday morning at nine o'i lock lrom St. Mary's c uhedriil xviMi Intel ment in -Mount Calxary c me te ry. A LARGE DOCKET. .More Than Ibr I'snnl .Ntiinbcr of Cases lor I nllcil Males Coin-Is. The October term of the Fnited States Circuit and District Coin Is xvlll coiixeiie at Rutland Oelol,e- 'i at txv.i o'i lock p. 111., with Judge M'heoier pi-o.-lding Might cies have been notea for trul, which is a larger number ihin usual. Thej are as follows; Agnes D. Randal! vs. Pennsylx.iiiia Casualty Co.. Samuel D. Wilson s. w. clement. Oilman M. Wilson vs. William G. Freillelirh, Anierlcau Mrldge Co. vs IJulIaiid-i-'loie-.icc Marble Co.. Giovanni Mlbse vs. Mendsboio Chair Mfg. i'o., Smut Mih.-e xs. Meadsboro Chair Mfg. Co., Mnrloloineo tienmisl's adniinisti-itor vs. Delixv.ue - Hudson Co, Mux in o Stoihlard x-s. i-Iiiuitabk- Life Insuiaiue fcoclety. SOLDIERHTNDSEED SHERIFF Cnxalr.x 1111111 I'lo.-il rresinl Tbci-efor S.".7.lll nl XX InoosUI. nnd As a result of the mg Illinois at F. joining Fort Film 11 noon, Alfred Doie, scirch for Inlo.Mcat- F. Gon.x can's ad Allen Fiiday after- soldier ol Troop I, -on cavair.x, was arresica .-.uurilay morn ing al the milllarj tewerxattlnn b.x Uc puty Sheriffs James Mrodle of Murlingtoii ami I.. W. Itavlin of XVInooski. for drunkenurss, hreaeh of the peace and In terfering xvlth an olllcer lu the diseliiuge ot hly duty, lie xv is arraigned before Justice F. I,. Graves In the alternnon at Winooslil and pleaded gulltv to all charges. For diimkennos he xx is lined and oust of J5.I11, for the two latter charges a total of J.'ij and costs of 7.oo. Tho line xxas paid. It seems tint Dure tried to dlsllnmii,, himself at the search and when told by the olllcors that he was hlmleiiug them in the pel form, 1111 e of their dutv, he shoxved light. This Is the second oas" of Intorfeirlng xvlth an olllcer In th.- past six months and as a xxarnlng to others xvnii aro 111 ni" ii'iiut 01 .icing ihis and are not I ghl to trial, It wniiH bo xxell lo stale Iho fact that tho penalty for this offense Is llvo years at hard la bor and a I1110 of .Via. CLAIMS $50,000 DAMAGES. wn son is Dei I at October Attention, Term XXIII Attract Tho ease of Samuel n. Wilson x s. -Clement, which is to be tried at ' the October term of the I 'lilted States court al Rutland, will pioluibly crente as much Interest as any other case on the docket. Wilson seeks to recover damages to the amount 01 $.'11,(11111 f u- alleged sliindious and malicious language ust il by Mr. Clement during Ills gubei uatorlal' eaml palgnlng tour of a year ago. Wilson Is If.o spotlit- who shot ami i. oil one F.dwaid Goshen at While Kivor Junction. lie xvas aftoi xvards tiled ami aciliilttod on tho ground of self-defense Il Is alb god thai .Mr. Clement, iliuing the course of his speeches, rcfeireil in Wil son as a niutileror, etc., and It Is for this language thai Wilson seeks to rci-oxcr d, images. Wilson Is to he represented by I'nxvell I'owell of llus city ami Mol xl'i M Johnson of Uostcu Mr ciomenrs altornexH are Huttou t Multun uad V II. C. Sib kney. D THE PURE GRAIN COFFEE Kvcti chililrpn drink Grain-O lictiurojlhoy liko it nml tho doc. tors - ay it is kooiI for them. Why not? It i'0'tUins alluf the ru'tn ,x mcit of I'm puro grain mul uo.u of the poisons of coffee. TRV IT TO-DAY. iTocirs uvcri'ivliTL' ; Isc ninlsii per pm j;b0 TWENTY-NINE BUILDINGS. Great Amount of New Construc tion at Fort Ethan Allen. Tvto Store Troops nf Cimilry Coming in Smut nt (limrlcrn Are lleiuly 'i'lxcnl.v-lliicc lliillillngN Xdiv lie lug lllllll A To fal of lfi;00,()l)0 iicing i:pciiiii-ii. The military post of Fort Ellinn Allen at the present timo Is undetgolng n great change, iM new buildings uru under con struction ami woik will shortly begin 011 six more. Tho artillery iiuartcrs, xvhii li were the tlrsl, on xvhlch work began are last hearing completion and xxlthlu txvo months xvlll be occupied. As soon as ihe old nrtllli ry iiuartcrs aro vacated two more troops of cavalry possibly from Fort Shcililan, 111., will bo scut to the posl. I.'. II. Dentilsloti .x: Co.. of Syracuse, N. Y who are electing tho txvo ipiaiters. Ixvo stables anil tho bm hclor ollicei-s' iiuarters have ilnne excellent xvork on Iheso biillillngs ccnslderlng the fact that (heir material has been considerably de layed. TI10 tough work on the men's 't'larlers is all complete, xvork 011 the sta bles was resumed Tuesday after a tlnee months' delay, xvaltlng for lumber. Tho four walls on each ale completed, anil the training of one roof begun. Tho bachelor olhceis' oil. triers xxlll bo ready for occu pancy In about live xvceks. This building xxlll be the lliiesl In tho lst. It i- ,, eatiil 011 Ihe cast end of I'm ollb ers lino. The Dciinbton contract amounts lo $J.Ju,- iiefi. T. W. Rogers of Washington, . C. has ri.sheil xvork on the pom xchnnsre. Which is Hltn.lteil between t Ihietv line and tiding hall. The bib k work Is about done and loollng will b- slatted Ihe end of the week. They luxe some trouble about cutting btouu, but it Is sloxvlx being remedied. Flup.iti-lck iV Pennington of Plntls- liurgli, X. Y., have the contrail tor seven 1 biillillngs. 'i'ho foundations on livo dou ble sets of cax-alry ouarlirs .t- aliout mplotcd. Ground has been i.iokeu hv lli'-in for the arllllery shop hulling, magazine and ruartermaster si., mi, ,nr. The guurhiils ire Mulshed with tin ex ception ol a short space ol pamg lo In laid 011 tho Moor, hanging stool l ns Mini nnoihir coat of paint. Ilu.-e I ml lings it the lalc-t pattern and xxlen occu pied by the .11 tlllcryincn il xxill loss 11 their work 10 a merit 1 .stent ,s better tin ll. Ins foi cleaning larriag.s win . found, l-'itzpaiiu k & Pciinlngioa s xvork amounts to ; Jl . Mill k xx oik will be begun I IV lo. hi of St.l- nl.x mi will be Iho Muckley Ccjiistructlng 10, Plitt-lnitgh, N. V., on four 1,1 hies. Molk is pri.gl essing fix these blliliimgS. The Cl.St of Sol oii.;'M. The contracts for m xv otiii era ill.ll ter.. 1 on.; my ii'ins 111 the loot were axvnidcd the Di miut 11 01 Mochcsti r, .N, Y. J he om.ix theso aie all comjilulcd and lausVlngs on four begun. I hese ouarters xxill bo mole commodious than th" pre.i- ent olhcers' quai ters, having larger 11m olios and a trlllo more loom. Then- aie sex. 11 lllllll ters and they wall cost about $lo,- UliO. They aro being built 011 the west cud of Ihe nl!, 1 ei.s 1. 11c. lixcavatn 1: fm an addltl- 11 lo the p 'si lnspltal Is under xiay. Mason work xxill begun Monday. Meirihexx .x; Adams of Plattsliurgli liaxo this xvork tin amount of their bid being ."mm. ' 'a 1 1 1; 1 in T. II. Lamorcuj: nstrnetlng rpiai lerm.o-ler. Is at the post the g'eatir portion ol the time aupi rinte: dm ; the rk. lie also has an aide corps of as slslants. Tho total amount of xvork xxlll ax '-rage over jiiiio.oi'ii, Jii'slde.s the buildings, new roads ..ml a gicat many other sin ill im 1 vox 1 tncnts will be made. When exory- lliing Is comphtid, xxldch accoi-iling to contrict xx ill i in Si pit mber, I H" I Till post will be the linost as xxell as laitast ill (he inuntry There an- oxer :w' nii-n at work at present and icporis from eon tr.11 tins aio to the 1 1 feet Hint tl.ey can not soi tiro em ugh help. W. II Mm kley .x: Co. of Muiiington hixe their men at xvuik plumbing tin- ar lillerj and I neln-loi ollici-rs' ipiaiteis. J. W. Iliill. r. xvhn has been c nine' led wall the 1-; II. Dennlston .v- Co. ot Sxia 1 11.se. N. Y.. has tendered htv f -ignation with this linn and taken p irtiioi ship ivub ihe Dcmiisloii company of itm In ster. N. Y. He will remiiin at the post and su-pciinli-ni! the xvoik for both conc.-rus. EXPENSIVE PREJUDIC3 W. II. Walker's Hatred for .Nenroos He Milts in a i'lnc of is Kill. W. xvlth Cliff oral w as R. WalKer, xvho renutly hid n row .link ioxx.i-s nt tin Sin rxvood House cxoi the status 01 negroes In gen aiul of Mi rex Funis lo partu ular. In court Friday and entered a 1 olio contondeie plea. This is 1 pica sol di 111 resorled to and Is usi .1 for the pur poses of the trial under consideration inly and cannot ! used against a n si'ondeiit In any future pro codings that may cioxv out of the same i.iiise. Tin plea can be used only xxith the consent of the court but Judge Hawkins wlllhuly 1 lloxvoil iho plea 10 be entered. statement of the- n ft ray at the Sher "ouil House was made by Grand Jutor :-di rmiin ami by A ttornci , ribixx and ill-own fiom xxhich II appeared that 1 l'i wers hail been the aggressor and hint Wilker had defended hlmseli xxith a knife. A nominal line was asked for by tin responrti nt's attorno.x s, xx ho suggested 1I1 it ,'d xxould bo a suitable punishment, nut the court remarked that sm h .Us ui, u ot ul oc 1 urreiu es ough' not to bo il'oxxed and that a lino heavy enough to 1 nisi others to deter Itoin similar si-enes o'U.bt lo be Imprsid. lie iiccordingly lined W'alkc r tltM and costs. EXCEEDED SPEED LIMIT. II. elson .liicUson ning A lllotliolllll- I'hu-il for Too Fast. IT. H. Nelson Jackson, xvho xxas tho l'i-t man to cross the continent in an automobile, xvas ai rested Monday upon 11 complaint made to State's Attorney I.iary for 1 mining his uutouinbllo beyo.'d tin speed limit llxed by laxx-. Dr. Jack sen pleaded guilty and xx-as lined and I osis of '.':. ihe allernate seiitenee be- II ir. days lu Jail. Dr. Jackson paid the amount to Clerk Stoarns and as ho did so su.l! Well, I shall havo to save tho pennies foi a time now," The naine of the complainant xvas not in nlc known, nor Ihe place at xvhlch the x olatlon of Ihe laxv net 1111 oil. The ma chine opoialed by Dr. Jackson since Ills n turn lo Murlingtoii Is the same one in w bleb ho tinned across the continent and is one of great speed, A FINE BUSINESS BLOCK. Light ami I'oitcr Co.'n llaiiilsoine llnlbl liigr Ucscrlheil. The building xvhlch has been In process ot construction the past few months for the I'.urllngton Light . l'oxvor company, is fast Hearing completion and Ihe cotn puiy e.vpects lo bo able to move their oillees from the V. M. C. A. building to (be now strnehire nhotit Noxaanber 1. The building Is located on South Wl liooskl avenue Just iiiulli ot College street and Is tlnee stories high, Tho hint Is 1 oiistruoli d of hjdiaullc ptessod brick, wnllo the iiar and sides aro niiide from local brick. Th building Is inn feet In louglh hy .'11 feet In breadth. The foiinda lions are mailo of local stone standing on ci ment routings, llgurod to hold txvo tons lo 111' sipi.ir,. fnut. I'll b.isi-nc- t Is pax nl xvlth brick ni '-'I 111 ceincnl This I 'i t of the builil n tonlalti' Ho- hoi xv.ihr heating plant wim h is silunlt 1 In Iho nio'lhe s corner 1 coal snpj l.x 1 locili l 111 the si nlh t 1 cnrui r 01 uir 11:1,1-111, 111 nuj.ict ,u 10 the boiler, xvhlch Is .111 America hot xva- TU ft !OR s STtVSv'JBHIBU"! ter healer mailt) In Rockfonl, III. Tho boiler bus a i,ipaety of .'.eon feet of In tubation. The system consists of titnik lilies running r.lxt and xvest In the basi -ment, from which aie (aken off two Hu h pipe Ilm s to Ihe radiators on the llrst lloiir and lo Ihe risers for the radiators dm the upper Moors. 'I'ho basement contains it fire proof vault Willi a slornge for onciss papers, etc. on the north xvall or the building tunning the entlie length of tho basement Is a series ot bins for the stock of pipe linings tool loekcis, etc. A plpo raek Is located in the center ot the basement ndjacint to Ihe xvork bench. This rack has a capacity of olio ami 0111; fiiiarter carloads of pipe The slock of transformers will be stoiol In the .sotilhxvesl corner next to the elevator, Jt is the intention to store the sloi I: of heavy materials In the base ment. The slock xxlll be brought to the reir basement doors and then- placed on the unloading platforms and conveyed lo the upper stories on the elevator. Tho electric light supply Is lo enter tho build lug through an underground conduit from xxhich It I .ranches to the -arlou parts of ll.e building through Iron-armored con duits. Khtriinoo to the first lloor Is made through a vestibule at the side ot the big shoxv xvlndoxv, which together xvlth a side show- xvlndoxv provides space for the ex hibition of goo-Is. The accounting depart ment Is located In the front part of the "Mice and Is nrr.-inged similar to a bank The portion of Ihe Moor outsido tho grills I Is covered xvlth n inniposlle Hie Moor I layed In two Inch cement concrete. The accounting department contain a tire ' proof vault, and there rue also tlnee slandl -g dohliH for the superintendent and , i bid clerk. ' j Fiom the main olllce there Is an open ing through pot lieros to the display 100m. Hero 11 place hns been provided lor the1 public to sit doxvn and look ox or I catalogues, etc. In the front olllce Is a large brick mantel In which to display a gas log. Adlieent lo the display loom is Ilm llxturi room, sopu-ato.! fiom It by a glared partition, through xxhich can be seen the slock ol gas lixtures. The display room contain n double tire pi ice so that txvo types of lire place littlngs cm be illsplajod at Ihe s,it;f. tinie. This room is to be hung In burl ip painted wim d irk I 1 roxvii to furnish' a 1 ackgrotind for the' .-took of li.Mttre.s. At the rear of the 111 1 in o"Vo is the toilet room with composite tile Moor and wall, This room cm-tains 1 (he most improved plumbing and lixtures. A corridor runs from the main ofll- e to ( the superintendent's private olllee, xxhich extends across Un. onllie east 1 ml of the. building. The 100111 will have an oak Moor and xxill contain a hanlxx nod mantel xvlth a cushion set on nit In r sl.'i anl book I",, ni under tho x mdow-s. The 1 nlm- set 1 i. 1 I or the main ollb e will be go! leu , brown xv. lis w-ilh bnint x.-llnxv ceilings This Moor is lighted thro lahmil with 1 otnbln.it, on gas 11 "I electric Mxtiues, operated from a gang ot lixtures ir the main ofllcc. 'Ihe "'o.iiii Moor r ontalns a displ-i.v room In front for exhibiting gas ranges, Ihe electric repilr room, toilet room for em ployes and nlso a store room for globes and other glass xx-are and electric meter department. The third M0.1" cunt ilns In Iront a store n nn for gas fixtures and in the lear is the gas depai tmeiit. stiAKi:spi-:.Mi-:s charming com HDY "AS YOF LIKM IT," FRIDAY KVKNING. A good-sized audience witnessed tho j production at the llnxx'ard Friday night of 1 Shnkespoat e's pleasing eomedy, "As You j I.iki Ii.' The part of Rosalind xvas not f ' en bs Miss Van Zile, as had been nn- nounced In the advance notices, but It is not piobable that the ainllc nee could have been hetler pleased than it was I xvlth the acting of charming Miss Camilla ' I Reynolds. Miss Reynolds and ln-r com- 1 panlon Coll. 1, pi ived by Miss Florence C, ile'. really 1 urnii off the honors of the ox onlng of Ihe men llruiy L'-ighton as li'i'lindo xi. is ixielleut. Ills ailing x,i 'xxiti'out affci L.tion and his in inner xx.'s cs nitu-.il in the foiost ,,f Anion as if It xxere 111 truth his home. The xvivstlmg ' Si ell x ei-y w of! 1 ,m M iri In the lirsi act xvas thrilling and realistic. The broader coii'e.h parts in 11 i.ired for in the hands ,,f Will-X'i,l-' as Touchstone, the .icster. 111 M iel lonali! -is Audrey, a country xx mh, .i,d I'. I. Ml, the as William, a yokel The play does not demand an elaborate stage setting but In costuming nothing better could bo expei ted aitis tii illv then xv is displayed last evening. T liter as a xvhole the loxois of Sh ikes-pein- xvi'l undoubtedly remember xvlth sliui re pkasuie the rendering of "As You hike It." KILLED IN WIN00SKI. .loscpli Vnndcixx Criislicd b- n Train Though His Cunt Got Cllliullt. A fatal accident occurod Friday night In tin lower in Igln janlat Wlnooskl. xxoen ,'oseph nu tow of Iliirlingion. formerly of WinoosUI, wis kill' d h.x one ot the j late evening trains The hi ly xxas nls iioxerid by some iin-ii returning from il,- shoxv. but just at what time the acci dent oci utri d Is nit known. It is thought that the man had boon dead at least txxo or three hours xxlien found as tho body ,vas c old. Fiom outxvard appearances it would seem that his foot had become in so-n xv.iy xxoilged into the mil and could 11 it be roi.iovid by the efforts of the xn-tim before the passage of tho tram. The body xvas badly mangled, the bones of the loot ami ankle xvero broken as xicl! as several ribs. 'I'hoie xvro internal 11 jur ies and bruises about tho head. As 1.0011 ns the ho ly was found Pr. F. A. Murrllok and Seleetman P. M. fiSulli xnn wore summoned and the latter ol eic red the body romoxiil to the under taking iiiartmenls of A. K. Ckllionl. nnc'KN'r niUTii.s. The folloxxlng certificates of birth xvero returned to City Clerk Mncombcr Thurs day: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs, Jo.xoph Franc In, September K. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs, Abraham lHo'itn. Hi plomber 1.1. A ilanchter to Mr. ami Mrs. Aehlo llol den, 8 -ptcni'ior 1 1. A dituchler lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Timothy W. lit-aidi n. September 11. A d. umhii r to Mr and Mrs Homer I. Hhciman, Soptomber 13. Ten Thousand Churches in tlie I'niti'd Slatt's luivo used tho Loiiiriiinii .Miii'tiiuv. 1 'uiv I'ninls. lOvi'r.v C'liui'i'h will lie ti'ivt'ii a lihiM'iil (juiiiitily wht'iii'vor thoy paint. Oiiii 't jiny .l..il) n u'lillon foi- in Med nil (worlli lit) oonts) which you do when you buy thin paint in a cnu with a paint lahcl on it, H ci (i liiiiko M, therefore when you want 11 gallons of paint, buy only S gallons of L. & .M., and mix (i pillions of pure linsood oil with it. You need only -l millons of L. & .M. Paint, antl !i trillions of Oil ini.. ed therewith to paint a good sizotl house. House painted with these paints never grow shabby, even after IS years. Those celebrated paints aro sold by II M Hull, lllnoshurgh. S. lilgxvood. Vx ll 'ini-1,1 I'atnior I'linrmncy Wiitcrbury, I'lagg .'i- Kutl irsky, Itleliiuoiul W. H. Nnv. &, Co.. Uidorhlll. Vt 7v,2m. I Vo euro tumor, flooding anil oil hlerihng noxv method, The meiMcino Is animal md . .1 We give a wrltb n gaiiiiinler xn.h 1 ., , , If you uru not salMIM s. i,d b.-o It th nn in . One month's trc.ilmiiit for VI. c Ipt of price. (JIiVCO-CIIII.'MK'Ali ( o , Mm lln-uoii. Vt. On s.alo at C'httrclillls ANSWER IS FILED p. J. Russell Tells Why He Is Chief of Police. Ilcllcxcs Miij-tir Ilurke's Action In lie moling Chief llrmxnctl Legal He port of Police Hvillnlm-r.s Cbar iicterl.eil us Silly mill Wholly IilcfToclnal. P. J. Russell Ins ni"d an nnsxx-cr to th! ftio xvarranto proceedings brought agnlnsb him by K. F. Hroxvnell to make him show i hy ho Is exorcising the duties of chief of police. When tho xvrlt of quo xx lr ranto xvas Issue! it repaired that .111 11ns xver be Hied within ton days and thy unliv Was complicsl xvlth Friday. The aiisxu-r begins by referring to the ehni-ges made by Mayor Muiko against Chl"f Mroxxiiell and goes on to say that It Is Ihe opinion of Mr. Russell that tin chief Is snbieet to rule 13 ol the poln e regulations the same as, any olllnr. Tin rule in iiieston rolnles to the parth lpa tlon of police olhcers 111 political galll r ings "Tie answer further montlous t In action of Mayor Hurke In revoking tie appointment of Chief lirownell and the ap!iolntmcnt of Chief Russell in 1 1 1 Place, it states that Chief .Russell , 1 mined to cx. rilse the duties of tho oiln 1 out has born lilm'iereil and Impeded nidi ' mini 1 nis-sed tin rein by the tmkiivH.l claims, acts ami pretences ot thu com- , plalnant. The respordent states that he is ad x ls-d ami believes that the action if Mayor Hurke In revoking Chief Mi-oiv-uell's .appointment was legal and that tho siibsiciiiont appolntnieiit was also le4.1l In regard to the report of the poll examiners 011 the charges against c;n,-c Mrou-null the nnsxx-cr says; "And this n Fpondeiit turthir is advised and bellevis. and therein axels, that the attempt, d and un la xv Hi I holding and detl-don ot the police 1 xamlneis- that upon the fuels by thrm found and staled, th" complainant xvas not guilty, ns set forth in the second nnr! fourth charges was unxxarrantahlc. tifjitsti'iiilile, Ineonsistiait and contrary to said l.nts. and so xxas erroneous, u, -just, iniudti lal, Impertinent and silly, and wind;, ineffoctual. ami t hut upon tho said j incts fo ird and n ported the complainant was guilty as charged." The answer further savs: "This re spondent insists that it Is the prerogative and liincllon of this court herein lo de termine atid pass upon th- cuiallty of Ih" facts found and reported by the said police i-xnnilners under said rule, so es tablished for the g ivernment of the said police lorce. In illsi-eganl of and notwith standing the unjust and cironeous pre tended holding and decision of said cx pmineis thcieln and to determine that the net Inn -nf said mayor under said re port xvas xvithln tho proper exercise of Ids prerogative and that by virtue of such action, said complainant xvas pro) -oily, lawfully and legally removed aval may int and cannot cxeiclse any nf tho duties and functions thereof; and that this respondent was legally and laxx-fullv appointed to sin-h olllco and may and can excerlsc and perform the functions and dutlis thoieof without Interference oil the pait of the complainant. "And this re pond, -nt further avers that fall complainant and the matters therein set forth are not sutlloli nt to sustain the praver thereof and prays the same righu hen under as if ho had demurred there to." The answer Is slaned by Chief K11 ami by J. A. Mioxvu. master in l1i;iii 1 11 iy. j DEATH OF H. V. H0RT0N. Iileollliod lor a Life Time xxldi the riiblle Alia Irs of XX ineoskl. 1 'i'ho enliro eomtnunily xxas shocked I the announcement of the death of H. Hortoii. one of Winooskl's best and nn prominent citizens, whleh oeeurred s d'-nly Frld 1 y morning at nine nolo, hi the carlv part of the xveek Mr lb ton was ab ait tho streets, i-teminglv 1 his usual health and had bet n cmitm to tin hom-o only a couple of daxs T 1 unmeiiiato cause of las death was lr rt laintre. The funeral xx-.is In 'd n 01 Timlty Mpisiopal Chareh .Simd.av afti r noon at The futu-r.it w, s in I Iho family lot in fin on Mount iiiintory. I Harvey Van Ness Horton. the third and ' last surviving son of Mr. Gem go W. Horton and Kllza Ann Reach, was born in Wlnooskl Juno 1J. lv.;y. His father, Mr. Hoi bui, was the llrst practicing phx slolan to locale in Wlnooskl. Mr. Horton xvas oducaieil in the public schools ami also attended a prixate school, when a xoiing man he learnt d the trade of moul ug of a studious disposition i nod Ins attention to teuh- logtnnlng that xvork xvhen 11), tier, but being ho e,.rly turnt lug school, beginning jenrs old. lie taught school in the schools of Wlnooskl and Murlingtoii and xvas tor many years principal of the Wl nooskl graded s( lo.nl and xvas for noulx- il ytars .superintendent of schools. MeslgnliiR: i,fi position ns teacher lm llllcd himself for a bookkeeper ard 1 . clime an expert accountant being "'11 plo.xod for many years by Francis Mo duli and Charles hafouutiiiii. I. iter h ' entered business on his nxvn m count md built up a huge coal, insurance I r '1 estate bu.sltiess. Mr. Horton b. ! Ii- Id 't 0110 time or other neatly exci.x "Ih' e 111 the gilt of Ins townsmen. In Im,i; at tin age of 17 he xx i- 1 lo-h d toxvn treasiuor and held tin pice lixo lie XX is re ( lei t, d 1 1 XX 11 l.s fund a-'d and ol' un years, tho folloxxlng year lv" elected selei tman and xxas tlnee times, ho 11N0 serxed th nudltor, lister, trustee of I'. f lor several years xvas const, ibl. lector, llo xxa.s also a irn-te vlllnim of Wlnooskl anil for ncirlv .u , years xvas vlllago clotk and clerk ot tin Wnioii!,M graded school disiini. H" xx : many times nskotl to hecomc a 0.1 nih il ite lor loxxn representative but alxvnxs tefused. Hut it xxns as toxvn clerk he il.d the grt-at xvork lor xvliich ho xvill 1 so long reinotiiberotl. looted to that ol Ine March 1, ll. lie xvas for years tlio centl al llgure In the 1n1111l1lp.il af talrs of the toxin of Colchester, and xvas llioroughlv cunvoisaut xviih exery oetail 'of the toxvn and vlllago gox ornuieiii. lulling these -Jl' years ho so enndm ted ' tho nllalrs of his olllce that there xv.'S 110 room for criticism, lie xvas a model olficor, kindly, courteous to every one. accurate, pninst, iking .mil true as the 1 noodle to lhe polo to every duly, his 1 toxvnspooplti learned to depend on him. !,n,i m in. 1. a- 1.1 Ills ludginent, Ills advieo being nought 01. all important questions n fretting toxin and village matters. In ids manners Mr. liorloti xxa.s unlet and unassuming, and to those who know him , xxoll. lie xvas a charming companion, Ho spoke 111 01 no man, loved his home and xvas a good citizen among the host, lie xxas gio.itly Interested in eiluc.ition.il 1 nutter and xvlll alxvays bo pleasantly 1 remembered by the teachers xvlth whom he xxas so long assoilatod ns superlntou- I limit of schools Mr Horton xvas tnarrlod to Kmlly A. Wanlxvell, liooomber 2, ISSO, xvhu xvlth a I Him, Filxvard 11. Horton. the present hheibl or x 'lilllenuon county, survive nun one son. Ilenj.imln lOverett Horton died in Infancy. A VUKO AUTIONAHY MllASFIiK. Mr. Kldtlor. "Ah. hoxx -dor-. hi, doctor' If nu have .1 few minutes to sp.iro I xxlsh you xvould come over to my houso and chloroform my yniiigost box- - Or F'ln What is the matter xvlth II" laif' Mr Milder oh his mother xx.uiIh to I lnrnor's 11 1 - ir rnnili bis b Mr the womb by u , lOISOll II, tn 1tmr.1t o i g, t xour in 'iif . .' tn.'ilt minti ris- 'wo tnoi.ti Drug Store. Mi ,1 loi , t DON'T BUY AN ACCIDENT POtlC Meforo you see tho it- 1 'I n. v - ' . c "J new coll I I . 1 1 Mierl by tM el lor " ', 1 positi , lc t and I'D a ,t 1 1 .k II, o . nt t o p c II yon to on 111 1 1 , pi ' it ell. Hlru . . t comp.i.iv world. Gl ir on you haven't t como doxx : T. S. Burlington, FECK, - Vermont. MILLAGES. What a Charlotte Farn er Has to Say About Magnetic Treatment. Charlotte, Vt., Serf 1 'l 1 I our x eir.s a-rp my I., 1 th ' 1 miu i lino mix oihir m a iJ; t t ron-i tr,,m mv f.nmiy ,,, f ,r w, 1m 11.rn greai eontnlom 1 in ,11 I xx is trial eel sex oral months My ilt, , r. "i''- ami 1 iii.ingf.j i, . t ,r and stil trot to diff-tin-' th- no p'-tmanont h change until I h i.ii' doctors. I le ,n. - xv I 'r-h I h 'P I ol emi ' 1I-0 tri t I knoxi 1 1 bxl d x- proved worth in grow so b,i I I 'i or even my my kind of - tomar h I t , in bodx- I 1 and iff re 1 a I ist my 1 rn not flo my , oubi not k. no'ilieino roi 1 I 1 th si, ami v pe' ,f (imi Ii il ol pain ires th it pi I 1 hri ' 11 t I 1 0 , rd of t AVi-in- xv 1 makl and ! , nlc ,1 t . t dol. and 1,. ,1 t onis and r , 0 1 . ' Hlhl ha X O t .1 I lo ne need tr itn - nt bei n g lining n be, bir.i xx 1 1 b 1 '. I my 1 i 1 ex er sn- e I ran 1 at without its hxirtinu no vi-ruting spells. In lb months I hi-e been b'i t work as xvell as to xx-,, ' I have taken no modi .r, .been under treatment v kins and I am glad to u 1 that I owe my n xc-y u t t - 1 mi' r r 1 ' f v 1 kins and his xx-omb 1 'ul m-) advice to suffering bun.. in. 'y aside your drugs md f treatment. I have pruxa n it 1.) K.l in my case. Respectfullv r '.r CII X..S s ABLINS, Charlotte. Vt. Safety pins STEWART'S DUPLEX ARE THE BEST GUARDED SPRING i PREVENTS AIL CATCHING I OR TEARING OF MATERIAL. E NoLice Lhe Guarded Sprin -; which prevents catching o ! material. Pin opsns fro ' 1 either side and cannot si: 1 through' Made In Six Sizes IN NICKLE-PLATE and JET BLAC! Ask your dealer ti-r nee j or send three two cents suni!s oa a card of one dozen assorted sizes Mention this paper Consolidated Safety Pin Co. Bloomi'.eld', N. J., I' A. 4Jxv .Ot 1 nfil 1 rviTP " A H T W A ll H UL(L fl y U IV GASOLENI ENGINP aiii: uirr. nnnn xxoiiks, XX csliuliisicr Million. V t. A li.is.iiene J'n I"0 un , Don't Buy til o'i li tsim '(1 into t i.o in '' ts of th.nl "AFFXAQl i: ' All . -k i f v mi ,s kj cunip ire It xxuh tho o'lcr 1 k s I XX hen ou bux .,11 c i i , -i ttnr-1 nllv xxant the tict .u 1 x aro ti,ol one to doeldc wlm h l-i 1 --t Write for prices and : 1 ins. A. G. 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