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TtLU BUULENOTON FREE PlilSS : TUUIiSDW, JANUAKY 7, 11)01. " NEW TRIAL GRANTED Jitdge Wheeler's Decision in Wil son Clement Onse. ? UnliilllT ttlil - Hull- Trlnl l.v Jnr.v ii n .eurl?- I m in rl In I iin Cnulir Uc unit .should Hum- Hern Obtained. A noxx- trial 1ms been ranted hi t lie ense of Samuel 1). Wilson vs. I'. SS Clem ei I h .1 urine II. . SSbeehr (it the fulled Slate court., word to tli.u erto t having lic-M received 1'hursiluy by la'nrKe K. Juhnson, cirri: of th". United ritnles courts. Tito ense v.hk tried diirhiK the October I mi "f court nl nullum!. Dtirln-; th trnl the plalmilt'i. counsel, M. U J'owell. m.i tlitoiinc-i tlmt II. P. Ilulctt, one of the Jin urn, vnn n sympathizer with tin. Ufet-datit, and tlmt ho 10 ted as a politi cal lifiitinunl fur Mr. t h-mc nl ituriiiK tho i"itii,,ilBn lor the (;ovenioi"-lilp two years hi. i. Hie matter Has hi out-lit betoro the loiirt ut that lime but ns Hie Juror lived at a ihs' eiie - mid 11 motliiii for liM dls-chnrs-e could not bo seasonably ptep.ued. 111 ' I' "i It ii'as postpone el by direction of tilt coin t. 'I '. nf the rue occupied several days, til- I. suit hen)-, II Millet for the li"f"Iidu!it. Soon utter the iillipletlini of mo trlnl ii motion lor a new til.il xxicn llled on the KioundM that Juror Hnletl h.nl ucl O'l ns Mr. ricmeiifs lleuteniii.t and on tho ,-roitnri that John .Uuikhaitt. iinolher Jury man, was station uipiit for the Uutland railroad, tho d' fi'iidiinl h-lny former presi dent and nl the time of tin ttl.il a elliec tur of the road, ill his opinion on the case .Tud-e Wheeler lield tile connection Ilulctt hud Willi Mr. Clement was a more potent factor for a new t i-l.i t thim the fact that Mnrkh.'itu Was station uncut for the Itutlund road, lie said ilurkhatns iimiicclion ml-tlit not nloiio be- worthy of serinus consideration uiioh the inotioi, lor a new trial but hud bin relation been known pu-ilenis to tho trlnl it would pi nimbly haw m evented Ills Mlilw: nud that it heij-htuied tho nbjec- ! lion l-i the virdl-t. He consnli n J the ac tions of thu other juror much j-raxct. Jn closing .IikIk'- Wheeler says: 'Pie tlioury of a tilul by Juiy Is a trial by Impartial Jureis, fire from anv --ptclal prejudice or situation which might incline; them substantially more to one parly t lap to the other. Much bias olten exists rn--.iiusciuii.sly, but It so it may be equally clmiKCroiis to fair. Impartial ami fearle.-is consideration of the evidence upon issue tn bo tried. "'In tills lew th" plaintiff does not seem to have had such a trial as h" was en titled to hy jury as nearly Iuip.utial us ci-iild be, and nut-tit to hive been, oh tHlnnJ It H s-inl that the trial hn Im; pro ceeded lifter this objection xxas so riis- ered. it was waived. Hut It was pio c'rvleel with at thai time in lew of the elrcti'.mtnners ns to wIihi it nilqht or rtilRht no' ainount to under direction of 'lK court, by compliance with which none of the rislits of the pnrtiis would be w lived. "t'hi.rdtore. the ease is considered now as it would have lieen then. It the motion to sit aside llu- erdiil on this Kroiiinl could have In en prepared and presented lieu, a- H hits been now. Motion (-ranted The trial of this case at P.utland at-tr.ii-tcil wide attention because of the cir cumstances sitriounriln-j it. It was an .-o-tton for slander, the d.tmnc-es sued for In -inn Vo.uiu. It was charscd that Mr ( leni ent called tho plaintiff a murderer and suul (lull ho murdered I'dwnrri (iushea at Whit.; Itiver Junction, Cinshin wan shot "Millc Wilsoii was employed at SS'hllci lllver Junctiiui by tho State S attorney of S llidsor county as u detective to .seeure evidence against llqurii- -.!! t . Wilson war- acoultlt d by a jury of (he minder of (johhea. At that timi he u-tulrcd the i.inu of "Spotter." which .-till i lines to linn 'I In c ise will be tri-il .-i tin ' bruury term ot court, in this clt. BP. HALL'S ANNIVERSARY. AiTOUKriNClilK IIi-kiiii for If Ohser lnncr on Feliriinry illie comiTiltters .lppoinn-d to make ,n nuiseiiieiits lor sumo suitable nb-er .nn-e oi llu Wth uuniversaiy of lilslioji Hall's oi .cr.ilion met at St. Paul's rei lory 'lours'lay ufternoon a-nl orK.niiied by tin ilPpolntment of the J,- William I'. W-ek-! of Ilrandoii an chairman and tho J.o. CeorgC V. lilis.-. of tilts city us seile t.iry. A hnunef! committn- was naim-d conJ-.thts of U. V. All I. A. Aithur, 11. IS. Smalley and P. 1!. 'i lis. m.-,hop ll.ill LavliiK already bei n notilied of whal i 'was pioposed tn do and having expres.--ett liimselt as anri'oabH t,, Rem ral plan outlined, It was deteinihied to have j tho anniversary day, I'ebiuarv be s)d(s tho rcKiilui palish m-i vl a om uiuinoratlve service of tin- n,iy eueh.iiNt, at wbkh tho bishop will hi- tin- celebrant. Altorwards, at one o'i lock, a lunchooii will hi served to b- followed by a Reiienil le-rpUon when tin opportunity will be Bivcn all the bishop's Inei ds to j;reet hlni. f, a permanent recognition nf the 1 0111 plcjliun of lhc?e ton yi.irs ol lilshop Hall's episcopate it hoped thai tin- announce ment can be made at tin' aiiulvers.iry luncheon that some .-uilisbuilial addition has been made to the endowment fund of the diocesan schools. - THE CHICAGO FIRE. j , SH'er of IlurlliiKioii H uman, Her IIiim IiiidiI unit DailKlKer 1l-( Dealli. Mrs. .1. S. AVrlRht reci-ivid the sad news Thursday mornini,' about eleven o'clock of "tho death of her sister. Mr y. 1J. jfoycr, who was umoiiff tho-ie who mat dciMth in the terrible catastrophe thai hap pened 'Ut the IrocpiolH theatti in ('hkano A't'dnesd.iy ufternoon. Mrs. Noyce's hu.--on;7jd and her daughter, lii-se. were also arrjona: those who lost their lives at the sunt time. Mrs. WrlKht recehrd a letter oi,l Wednesday from her slst.-r, statliiK that she and her family wire tn wilness the production at the openltiK of the new theatre. Tho news of her ib-ath en me In the form of a telegram Irom P. I). I'nirar, formurlv of Hurllniiton, but now of Chl futia. Mrs. lioyco had vL-iti d hi Burling ton on several occasions, her last visit hfjc holnii only a fuw months uko. PKltSONAl.. U'hc MiBUKument Is nunouiued of Jhuy BliTTWdod Iffdricl; of Salisbury, N. ,, to'ltedtleld I'roetor, Jr.. the ounKcr so,i of Senator Proctor. Tin- wedding will t.i'k'o placo at Sallslmrj , X. C, the latter paxl of this month. Mr. Pmctor took the course In mechanical eimlm-ciim,- In the MfiJ-s.K-husctts lnstltuto of T'chnoloKy mid Is now employed In the eiiulneerliu; dypiirtmcnt of tho Vermont Marble com pflpy at Proctor. CASTOR I A J!5' Vqv Infants ana cnuaren. m Kind You Have Always Bought joars Signature of .y Kihd You Hate Always Bought Sigaatnro o'f .v yt 1 b Kind You llavoAIways Bought fifjtitire tf BROOK FARM AS IT IS. Hill Tno of the Original lloiinen Aim He mil In. There li ic.illy 111 I lo of Interest left nt Urook farm, says a correspondent of the I'hlcngo Inter Ocean, which pertains to thosy fatiious lives, the memory of which mill makes the place u hallowed spot, The main house wan destroyed hy the, but was rebuilt, and Is now used for a Nlttlinan orphan iisylutn. Hut two of tin original houses remain. The one on the road at the rlpht of the entrance lo the Krotindt was called "Tho Np1" In ihnerson's days. Here resides r man who lot- years litis manufactured woven mit tens and underwear on tho estate anil who know many ot the one-time colon is I K. The so-called MalRaret Kuller collate, still "lands and Is ti dark ml, pletuiesiiue little house, now sadly ncKlected, with Krouuds unkempt and (;lven over to liur lowhiK. squaw kills" llocks of hens and i lilelen. The home farmer resides there. The one remaining beauty of Urook farm is the woodland skirting tho roar of the iiutttle. Its tall, stately trees seem redolent with whispering of the. past, and thev statu! lit sentinels tn uuard the shinies of tin- noble ilopiirh-d thai 10 the imn.Klr.itrj' tulnd still people this sacred artove. Kl (,l ki aves are here and iinmitt k--il. but traditions lahu them to be the last resting place of unfortunates bololiKltiT to the i ol.iny. In the lii-ant of these wood") is Pnlpll toil;, upon which ItoKcr Williams stood when he preached his during doctrine lo the Indians. Dm- cm.iot IhiRer In the shade ol thesf an lent trees without u leelliiK of sadness and a pity for the strtiKsli-s ot tho colonists of Urook farm. And recalling these struggles one rcuiem-bi-rs with mingled emotion that slorv ol Hawthorne's which was the outcome of tin- a it hot's petlenco lure, "A illltheilale I'oniahce." Small wonili r th it Inspiration could be found In the heart of a forest like this. Hut We must leave these thlee Voices to whisper to other visitors, for the Chi cago train starts at six o'clock mid. like time and tide, waits for no m.ili. TELEGRAPH OPERATOR DEAD i. I'. l'olej fur Three 1 cars In (he l.oc.-il Western ohm Oilier. Oeorge P. Polev died at the home of his sister. Mis. t'hailes ltusln-y, on Col cheter avenue Friday moiniiig about one o'clock. The causu of his death was lonsttmptlon and he was about :il ye.irs ol ago. lie hud been hi falling health lor some thin-, but had been confined lo Hie house only about two months. The funeral was held from St. Marys Cathedral Sunday afternoon, with in terment In Si. Joseph's oeinetetj. Mr. Folev was a press operator, being tile first one to introduce in this cltj the system nf transmitting- nuv; from the wire on tlij typewriter, lie was employed In this line of work at the lneal olllee of the Western I'ulon Telegraph company for over Hire- years and has worked lii dlfleirnl part- of the country at the same business. He Mist worked lor the old Associated Press and latff for the Cni teil Press. He Is Mirvm-iJ by Ids father. Patrick Foley, a brotln r. Chillies nf Chi cago. 111., and a slter. Mrs. Chat lev lludny. EXPENSIVE MEAL. .losejih Vjoniigiic Tnieil S." and ('nit for IINtiirliimcr In ii IICHtimrnnl , Joseph Itlnuiigiic. who was arnsled mil Hie. 2'. fur creeling a disturbance nt Chambers's restauiant In Winooskl, was arraUind befiue Justice F. C. Webster Thursday fur bteaoh of the peace. Th" facts of the case as reported to th- otll ci r showed that Monogue went tn i tic restaurant, onleied somctliing tn -at, ic filsed In pay lor it and as a re.-mll got into a light. Mouogiie claims that an other man was as much lo blame fur the tumble a.- he was. Monogue pleaded not guilty but was found guilty and was timd and msls II- took an upp.nl and furnish) d b.il1. During tlii' progress of the scrap at Hie icntauraiil a bug- uuuaiut of crockery was biokii' and it is pnib.tbl" tb.it civil nclloi.s will be bi-ughi .ig.iiu.-i sunn one to n i in i-r ilamagi s MARRIED 54 YEARS. Mr. anil Mrs. 1 1 Irani sns Crlchrutc Hie AiiiiHcrsiir,-). Mt. anil Mi-.s. llham Sails celenia led the Mth aniilvcrsaiN nf their mai-i-l.n.-.- Friday at llu ir home on the Shell III I'M" road. At noun an i laborat- baoouei w-ns served, at which eisht ol" their children mil IS of th ir gramli hildt-n w d pre otit. Two grandchildren w-ic un.ibli- tn attend. Alter the banuuet a soelal time w. s in.iei. dining which .Mr. .mil ilrs -alls 1 1 .Id many reminiscences of their long innl happy married life. Tln-i m-e hoili over 7'. years of age. m- slill en joying g I hi .i It 11 and hope to have an other aunlversai y celebration on next N- w Year s day. HOLIDAY WEDDING. lhigiiK-ei- nt High -elniol Iliilldini. Ilriogs Hrlile friiiii llussai liusetls. Ilussi-ll Ilallett, i-tigiiiier al the high m liool Iniilillng, r-lnrned Friday from Yarmuuth. Mas.-., where he has been spending his vacation, bringing with him his bride, foinierly Miss llessle r.ilili ilallett, daughter of Cnpl. Charles llallelt, u n-tirid sen captain of Yarmouth. The wedding look place at Harnstnble. Mass-.. Tuesday evening, December L", ut the home of Mrs. II. S. Phhmey. a sister of tho bride, and was performed by the itev. c. A. l!radle , a pastor of the Fnlversnllst Church hi Yarmouth, (icorge K. Snow of this city acted as best man and tin- bridesmaid was Miss Nellie Marstoii and the unld of honor, Ml--s Maud Mnrston. After tin wedding .Mr. and Mrr Ilallett went lo Hostr.n for a short stay, urrhlng in tills city Prldiij nluht. They are to i--side at No. 7 tile-knit Plate, when- they will in ut hmne to their friends utter January 11. KN1CJI1TS (IF PYTHIAS HUCCT OFFI CERS. At th" annual inciting or Chiimplaln I.n.lge No. 7, Knights of Pythias. Thurs day night th- following ollh-ers wero elect ed lor the year ensuing; chain ollor i oinimtuder Capt. C. M. llrownell. 'icch.incenr-Dr. V. 1,. ThwaltB. Pli late-S. J. lie.illle, Muster of works F. W. Xotttnan. Kei n r of iccotcM and seal (Icorge C. llrew Jlnstcr of Iin. iin e-Oliver Diipaw. .Master o exchcin r- V. W, Hlchaiilson. Tiust.-e lor thn'c yeats Ii. A. Me Kin my. The Insinuation will tuko pl.itn .luuu ur V. BROUGHT FROM LOWELL. Charlc-s Croi to nsu.-r lo Hie ( hnrgr of I'nlse Itepri-selllilliiin. cinitlis Cross, who was arrestid by the Lowell police at the teqiiest of Sheriff lloiion. was brought to Huilington Frh day hy I he- sheriff. Previous to golng to Lowell i i-i ii I si t lent papers had I n piocuicd from (Jouipor McCulIough lint they were not needed as Cross consented to come to liurllngtou without tlin I formality. Cross Is charged wllh oblalnlng two watches Irom A. D. lirlstol, on represent ing himself to he Harry (ioodrlc-h, u farmer near tills city. Olio was a lady's watch and that hn gave to a lady friend, who Iuih delivered It lo Sheriff Horlon. The other, a gentleman's watch, was found nil Ctoss at the lime of his arrest. Cioss admits the charge iih far as the gentleman's watch Is concerned but do uls having anything to do with tin lady's watch. Half the Ills I hn I man Is heir In conic fiom Indlg.-sllon Murdoch Hlond llltlois rtrengtlii-us and tones the stoiinch; mains Imlls-Htloii impo.sMilc, 23 Years With a Tumor But It Was Removed without the Use of a Knife. H. J. DAIGLE Tells of N Heller fro in facial Tiinior. h. J. Ij.iIkIc, general -manager of tho Prudential l..lc Itistiranco company, whore oltlie Is over the Howard Xiitloiial hank and who has stllfeted for the past .:i mis with a huge tumor on the, left side of his lace, which has caused him much in.nojaiicc and hn onVciilcnce, has had th- tumor sin i es.i ally lemoved hy JJr. J. W. Met row ot Church street, without th)' liijs of a mop of blood or He- us- of the ktilli. When sreii by the writer Mr, ll.itlo mid: "1'i.r I he past IK) yecrs 1 halo be -n Hying lo get ltd of tins largo dls.i gii.'.ibli; hunch, h.t lonsuited tiumetoUH ph.-,i"l.i s and tried many icmcill"s till to no ulail. A lew weeks ago I applied lo Hr. Morrow, who has successfully remove I the bunch without the iimj of the knlle nr the loss of u drop of nlojd ami I consider It almost a nilraclo after trln,f so nmny others in vain "The operation was u perlecl su-ie.ss nnd i' ! ii'id another tumor, or a iiiiuxr, 1 w.ield apply In Pr Mrrrow ami woipil n tiiiimeud all to ilo so. I will be only too Kill ! fplllll tin' mode of treilt'tllivit to niv sufferer who may call nt my of fice, over the llowntd Xntlonal bank." WESTERN VERMONT MASONS. Xiiiitinl Meeting of llir I iiliin In II) llelil In Itiirllimtmi i-l tlontli. A meeting ol the executive coiniulili e of tile Western ermnlil Manuile I'nloli was held nl the Van Ness House Fildn evening Pnsl.linl P. I,. Pish presiding, at which time th" following utile-rs were l-lnetl il; President I., c. iliunl of lliirllngfon. Vic c-presih nls T. . l-'h-tcher ot Hild poil. C. I,. Soille of liurlingtnn. A. U. Mansnt of Pan llngtoti. lb- .1. M. Claikc of ttiit liuglon. 'I'reasurcr- T. W. l!a. of llr.indon. Si-erclar. - A. Ii. (Ilbbs of IliirllngtoU Hm ciilh nimlttee .1. Warren Hub erts. I-:. A. Itroilli. Pnr P. O. Pvnus. all of linrllnstiiii. and Col. W. II. Wright of hum II. W. S Sunt nr tlrandon, C. C. "ls o Mulilb l.i.i y Will I s nf ut lainl. I!. II. Pieble i 1 Shiiirhnni. H. II. Shluilll)- of I'.nr ll.ivin. J. A. Ilairiugton ol Vergemi,..s, i-i. ; .. h., (f St. Al bans and A. I. liihhs t,f Huilington. It was nt.il tuaci-'pt Ho munition of Purlhigtiin to In. I.! t hi- next annual im't iti i t ll.e in. Inn at this place. This meet ing will prohnhlv be held hi llu- early part ol IVbruar.i. the e:ut date to be lli termlncd by llu coniniitt)"-. miss xi:w vi iiti , .ii: "Miss Neu Vot It. Jr." was the Now Vein's dn attraction wlib h drew an opera house lull lof people Friday night. Tin- prni! i- uuiiios truthfully said' that It was "constructed for laughing- pur poses only" and that tells the wholu story. 'I be entertainment was made up nf .1 ll.llltie.il skit entitled "Thirty Mill utes at Sen." followed by nil olio lltlil closing wlib u burle.-iiie on a district school. Must of Ihe singers In tin company wen- suft'i-rlnvt with colds and tin- musical numbers sulfercd In enm-e-Miieiiei. Tin- best things In the olio wot- th- aciobulic wotk of Marlon and Pearl and Ihe dancing of Suiidi-rla ml and 1'n-nl.i A livi-l.v tight among the gell-ry gods- drew the attention of the niidieiue fi om the -.tugi .luring a pot -linn nf the pi i .gra in in-. The i-nteilnlu-ment as whole in)-t with Ihe appruvn; nf tho pi-s)-nt. iiidgliig from tho cor dial applause whl-h gt-e-tol the cltorts of the act ors and act r-ss,.s. wiii:i:i-: slaves aim; sold to-dav. Ir his aitnli- mi "The SI.u e-Market nl Mai riik-sh " in ll.-crpi r s .Maganlne fnr Jnuciii.v, S. L. H.-iiMiisan gives a lvld Pin il I In-- 1,-irlbl. ir.iihc which go-s )in appi)i)-d by ih- .Mnrno-an gnvern nu m Ih- d-sciibc-s the beginning of the sab .ts lullows: "The i-inv.il at the entrance parts lo the limit ami left to nihnil tw-ln grave iidii wi-arilu; wnil- t.iib.nis and jell. ibl.es. They ale tin- d-lals nr niu ilnno-is. ami tin- sab is nboui to In-gin: "Slowl and imprcssh ely the ih l.il.- ,ul- VIIIHI' III .1 Mile In the centre nf tin- Slale- market, almost up tn th- atomic win re in- wealthy buyer sits i-p taut. Then llu- head auctioneer lifts up his ,iht.. nnd -oh. hid-mis mockery of It all! -In- prays. "Now i. oh dil.il has his i.e. ,,,,i'.,.i out. ami ill) ptoccs.slnn begins. Followed oy his burgnlus, he mini lies round and round the market, and I unileisinnd wh the ihis-t was laid h-lore tin- ptnces'cloii commeiiceil. Some nf tin- slave;, are ab- soluteh ficc- from mot ion of ,my sortj they move round us stnlidij as the" blind tolilid limses that work tin- water-wheels in gardens beyond the town, other- feel their position. " 'Twent-oi-e dollati I wcnt. -one,' i rh-s Ihe delal al whose In-)-Is tin one .voung and pf)'tt womiin who lias not found u hu.M r limps pninfullj. She is from the wi-stcin Slid, in. and her big eyes ha)i tin torror-strlckci- tin.!; ilmi 'i-... mlnds me of u luitc that was run down by in- hounds a few .ucrds from me on tho marshes near my country hum- hist Inlet " "Why is the price so low'." J ask. " 'She is sic I;.' says Mr. Moilr, cooloy: 'sin- m imnt work: pet haps sho will not live. Who will give nunc in Mich a cusi-V " GRIPCONVALHSCLNCl There's nothing better than Scott's Emulsion after the grip. When the fever is gone the body is left weaic and ex hausted; (he nervous system is completely run down and vitality iu low. Two things to do: give strength to the whole body and new force to ths nerves. Scott's Emulsion will do it; contains just what Ihe worn out system needs. Rich blood, healthy flesh, resistive force, more and better nourishment are what Scott's Emulsion supplies to the convalescent. Scott's Emulsion is the original and has been the standard emulsion of cod liver oil for nearly thirty ye..rs. Why buy the new, untried, cheap emulsions or so called wines, cordials and extracts of cod liver oil, when you can buy what is sure to help you? ViV!l M:d W-- a vvn.le ,--n tq jet SCOTT il HOW'NE, oj Pl StieU, New York. HISTORY 'S WORST HOLOCAUST Vienna's Ring: Theatre Disaster Is Second on the List, In the llniokljn 'llicntre l'lrr nt IHTtl UII4 Persons Lost Their 1,1 ten The l' rlii tliixiiar Cnl n mil j . In tin history of disasters Involving tho destruction of places of public; entertain ment, llt-es lii theatres and opera houses hold u most unenviable prc-emlm. nee. None ni them compares hi point of toss of human Ille with tin- hntror In which the audience of the Iroquois Theatre in Chicago was oVervhelme d. After each of the worst disasters thetc has followed a gii.it wave of public sentiment demand ing the enuctmelit of hew laws designed to make such e-alamltli-s Impossible ill lliii future. Closest approaihlng I hi' Chicago horror, among similar ill.-ustoM which hur hap pened In this country, was the llrooklyp Theatre- the ol December ,", l7t;, when -'.d petsons lost their lives. The play was "Tho Two Orphans." ghen undii- the maiiugi lnent of Shook Palmer, by it company ol New York playcts. K.ite flux ion being the star. Tills lite- began. II was hcli-ve ,i, fiom a p-rlorntcil "border" catchlm.' Iin Horn one- of the holder lights. It btirinel for several minute's, and the audience, serine Ihe Humes through tin- op-nlngs hi th- scenery, laid become uneasy. Miss CI i.Moii was about to attempt fei iiss,.p them, when a burning brand .ell upon Ihe- tliatch-1 roor ol tl.i- ho.tthotis-, Which was th- central object of the. stage fitting, inf-inllv a huge pillar of llame rose fiom th)' tlhnsv tunt-rl.il. The e-ui-tuin was lowi'ii-d, liiilu- l out over tin le-nls ol th- terrlli-il throng, and buist Into Humes, which ran ov-r the c-lllug. and the panic was at Its heigh' uucing tin one tbous'iind j.i-i.iis who composed the mulli-nce, Sc ot, s wen thrown dow n and trample I. but most ot tlios- In tin tianput -soaped, but lor those in tin- gallcrv then- was no hope. .Most of these wen- .lining tncp and lo)s. Tin y crowdifl Into a stall case, uud ut th? turn b-enme wedged tlghll, ami thi-re they slooel screaming tlli th- stairs fell rrhig tpetn down to eleulll below. The' liremi u lu-lped p-npto from tbi wh' dows lo th,' roof ol Dle-ler's Hold. nit. door others win- tuki n out allvi from 'lie Hut thlougl' i' sidewalk opening. Odors nppc.itid at the windows and fell ha-l! Into the Humes 111 the sight of Ihe llorillle-el ciowd. Matl.l eif thus,, p, mil d in Hie -callers tluew llu-mvlvs hut the rail for u mnment's tisplti- from tin- licit, end were killed bv the fall. Tin- thi-ttti stood In ashlngtnn streit, not fnr I'min the- piesenl briilue terminus, and II nl It. , n erected a. a lirst-class house. -I'll' was cnusidcri 1 Safe, as AlIiCll- i in theatres went, but investigation .-bowed that llu ilrc-flght 111'; apparatus was sadb dchoie-t't. ind the- etuploes win- wholly iintruiui-il for sin-h an em-i-geiicv. Amouii the-to tors who wete kill, d w-r. II. S. Miinloi k and Claude linr roughs. who wer- l,ioilfi-i of th- time. Miss Cl.iMou e scaped Ihtouch lln- audl i irlum. gali'lug Hi- street nur the neads of th- audience-. A lew months art"r waid she was i aught ii. a hotel tire m St. Iuils. in which a score or more wire kllleel. or th- d-ad In tin llrookl.su Theatre tile- mil) L'I7 w-re Identltinl. the rest beliur buried in a i ommoii cjirular grave In (ire nwood cemetery ley the' city, where a monument was !-ils--d to mail: their Doling pla e. As a consequence of the lire, win ii a false alarm was r.,ie. in St. Francis Nniicr's Cltur. h. In Ni w Yolk. .-!'. i'ial w) )-ks later, the cougn ga llon Ih-el nronipth. and scen llvi s wetc e-rushe 1 out in Hie stru'.!;:lc tn reach the nutc.r ;i i r. v The- IIi-mi.Mjh I'hi ntro lire l-.l tei( the imssag" nl inn its laws hi many Stale", di-!rii-il t make placi nf ipli i.i i as scn hluae safer. THI-: niMi tiii:ati:i: disasti:i:. A:. other i-atustr)ipin which shock, d Hie world v. ns the burning nf the- King thea tre ill Vienna. I lecetnber . P-"l. 'I'll'- the i trc had b- en Unnwn as the Comic Opera House, at"! most m Hi'' great Lutopenn artist pk..cel thi'ie. Shortly In-tore the lire- Sarah i'erehault liad lilh-d a lone, en-gagem-'i: tin if. Tile- llli' Sill! If el It e;;,". o'e-Incl.. It Was Ih- losing nf th- Feu st nl the- lrani.il u latu Cliccptl 'll. nnd many of the pooler pioplc had Ihu-hei' there to .clebrnn- the end of that ci-t. The pleic which w.-.a tn be prnduced v.iis "Lis Cortes d'ilolf riinn." Tin' house was tolerably lull when the lire- was (Irsl .-ecu. The building was one of the h unlsiim-st in Hurope. Ii iving i.iia built in IsT.t. Its inf,iior was elnb-oi-ito'v de cor ited with papier mucin- uml light I. wliich led tin Hi, wl.-u It had r.alii-'l lu'.idw i. Tin- i-nu--. o! the tit- was iir-c e r lully known. One explanu thin was that u cureless wnrkiunn behind the- scenes line! dropped an oil lamp: the other thai tu.' blaze bail stalled hi som w..y lrr.ni th- eb-clricul pow i r maclihiei y. The early 1 ports sold that the loss of life hud been 7i) persons. The ll-t was aftciwnrd swelle-d to UW missing, hut aguln reduced later to about :m chml ami M7 linaccouuleil for. Ilirb ill til'1 investigations of th- cause- of th" lir- it was shown that tin- fourth gullerv must have lallcn Into the pit. It was a long time after the lit- hud actually started that the people III the nudUorium bin nine aware of their cmnger. tt was nnly when the Humes burst thtoiigh the cut lain that the nu-db-nio began to raise the cry ot "Flic!" and made tor the doors. Immediately af ter the audience began to rush from the bulhllng something wi-nl wrong with tin electrical apparatus and the- lights went out The aiidii'iice was thus left p. strug gle hi the elntl.n.-ss for fully ten minutes for the eslts. No one whose duty It was t notli'.s the lire' department had the presence of nilnd to do o. When ut a..t the Hi emeu arrheei they spread nets and blankets below the win dows, uud as ninny us ten or twelve ut a time lumped Into them. I'tifortuuutely, there wi re no windows opening nut upon the slr'et about the lop gallery and the persons up there weie left either to perish in the galleries or to jump Into th- burn ing pit below. There followed an opn slou which hastened Ihe- destruction of Ihe building and cut off the .scape of ninny. AMKHK'A'S KAltLIKST Til LATHI" iioimort. First of American Ihi'.itre lire horrors was til it at P.h'limotiil on Ieci tuber 'jn, 1S11. It was a gala performance and the house was crowded, there being not less than tt" persons hi the audience, among them tho governor of th. State, (icorge William Smith; his staff, and leprescnta ttves of many of tho most prominent fam ilies of the Old Dominion. Tin tliealto was burned to the ground and p-ished. Hovcrnor Smith himself being among tho dead, CAHLSllFIIF.'S Till Al. II V FIUF.. Kiiropo lintl another awful theatre flro in the lait century, when the (Irand Ducal tlieiilro al Carlshrulie was burned during a performance about 1M3, with the loss of iiboul li) lives. The' house had b-eti newly dc ruled, and the blaze was starl- eel Ih plain view of the aiidii'iice by the drapi'ry of one of the boxes blowing aBiilnst an cpescil light. liven the great Chicago conilngratlon of Octob-i S-!, 1S7I, could not i-onipaie with the present disaster in less of life Although at that lime three and one-halt square miles of closely built cltj blocks were burned, with a propeity (PSS r JlH,nnO,tH10. the loss eif life, according to the most careful estimates, was only uboul afic). LONDON S HLSTOHIC HISASTKII. great lire which began mi tin- soiith wark side of Loudon Ihhlge in Loudon In I'll;1 lihrned lllilch of the i lly, north and foulh and caused the di-alli of nbmit ;,in of li population. In it all. or in-ir Hll. of IhoeVcre drowucd, being driven into the Vegetables to bring good prices must have l)0tll size Even gootl --'oil is made better by the use of a fcr tilizer rich in Potash We will !.rnil our hoolt', Riving fail Infer, itcilion atiimt the subject, to any l.itme-r who wilte- for tliem, OGRHAN KALI WORKS, oj Nassau St., New York. water Iiy the iidvtince: of the flumes. ACA DI-.'M V OF MFSIC NFAULV Jl.MPTV. Ample eviletice that modern legislation his failed to make all theatres sale was given tit the Ae'iulemy of Music lite in llrnoklyn on Ihe morning of November :) last. The greet auditorium was draped lor a dinner to be held I hat evening In honor of Si'tintor Mc-Cnt'teii. and though hardly a do.eu .neu we're in the slrnc ture, they were- comp-IVel to run lor their lives within a few mhuttis of tho appi-arunce of the l:im"s. The ilomliiant note- In nil stotli" of til1' hie was otu of tli.inhfulne.ss that it laid oia'urro! wh-u Hi" house was empty, for the result diowed that hud II taken place- while tho the' Hie w is lllled the story of Its burn-In.- mlsht li-ive been such a horror as now comes Item Chicago, histi'ii l nt Hie hiss of cine mini who illigcii'il to save an other's pioperty, PAIIIS HA'AAIi'S VICTIMS 1.7. of les-ser ni'igtiitit'li' llian tl'" liiooki' ti Tlnatri' lire was th- ci-slriu II m ol the Paris Chui It v H'lZiinr. May I. IM'T. Tho rcvisi-d list of ie id totaled I.Vi. A i-tow-1-ed clnirltiibk' liaz.iar was in prngicss In tin- Hue .li-an-C-iuJon. of wlib Ii many pieiih-ent persot's Wi're In chnrge. There wi re about I..V-I persons pr-scnt wlu-n Hi- In- stinted. .Many of these wero tltk d personage.-. I"ie ni f i rlclnaleel nt tie- le ft side- ol th- biuaar. Th- Illuminating apparatus or th- cliicinatogr.iph xplo.Jed and set lire to tin Tuiklsh curiiiins and liaiigli.gs. In a lew minutes Hie Humes spread alon-r 'In- whole side of the baz.i-ir. The e ro.d iinnieill.-itelv hid to the right side of Mi lllll'itlg. There Weie eight d mrs, fnlir hi ihe front nnd tour in the rear. The rear doors, howi-vi-r. weie for et.ipli -s. and the public did not know nf lie -m and e iei vdcel toward the front doors nnly. 'I he f.'reuicn, who were early on hand, in gun throwing w.-t r upon tin- strngglhic llllis!- jf hll-HT!! v. -.Ill Willi little -fleet. Close tn the bazaar i portion r.i th- Palais Ie- L'lnih'strte on th- Avenue I'anton was being pulliel down. Sheets w-i r. splc.td on a port ion of that ill nmllsh-il biuhlpig, nnd Hi- bodies w laid -ut th. n In u short time at leis' K.l p-rsons had been t . I l.oli to the hosj Ituls. As the holies wire id-ntllnil il was s-i n that society had sulferc-1 a sevi t e blriv, and Hint many ol the di w-r-titled or among the lest known people in Hie French c ipltal. For days ufter wni.l tile list grew, among tin- nead I.-uig Dttches.se d'Alcncon. slsb r ol the- lute Kmpr-ss of Austria. Tile Due In-sse eri'zes, who presided, was among th- In iurcd. One of tin- most horrible- features of tills Pre was Ihe cowardice displayed hy tunny of the men. who beat clown wo men and children aid h-lt them to their l ite. Many such .stories were told by tin sun Ivors. WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS SAY. The Problem of llciuhlc 'I'liMitioil In V'criiinui hut It lnotcs. (Fiom the Ls-cn i'ount ll-rald i iJouble lu-.utinii i. -Ml e inelv wionc: I. -it what shall be tin' teiue-d.i .' That Is th ru. i. The wisdntn of the State tor a p ti i ration Isith In anel out ol tin let-islam.-nieuihership has lnbcu.il earnestly i-v. r tills problem without sotvlr;; II. The b.-st men i.f the Stale Irom both the creditor and debtor class 1-ave consult, -il and pi . ;.i.se, aunln and a,;ain without resuljs. I u, !h- the Khost in Hamlet, it will never down to remain hidden from our sKht. Tin 1 1 'tu im m pi ople of the coimtty ..m cry out iiKalnst tin- .-elllshness of llocke-fi-lier when I:c laiscs the piice of ell a .cut or Iwa a -pillon for tin- purpose ot s:i lnitiK i Le wherewithal to dim it- a mil lion to his utih -I illj , but since he enll tmls llu- sloe k and the law will protect him iu riithti ol aciiu:id property, those who buy oil arc fori v-r ul Ids tm n-y. Will It not always be that the debtor class will b- to a Inure' extent the slave ol tin ilcdilor clns.-.'.' (ilaei would we see lite piuhlem sol -d to tin aid of th- ilebtoi, but wo are rutiict pessimi-'tic in our view at present. ll'rom the lhindclph Herald i Vermouler.' lime known for yens the Inliiulty or their s'itcm of taxation hut have none to blniue but themselves. We sor.l loo many men to tin- i.ecislatuie w ho cither ilo not know how to work or will not work, nnd e-onji-ipii-ntly much of the time Is lost hi "Junkets" at lb- Stat-'s c.Npe-nse or In thikerint; the tl-h and Kanie laiv.s. It teiiulres work and ability to de-vis- il just and (ipiit.ibli- system ot ta.i Hi-ii and we suspect Unit many of -ur leftisl.ilors shtlnk from tin- uinli-rtakliu,. il Ih easier to debate the- proper bounty to In- paid for a dead bedi-ehm,. .lusl us lout, as we- ie fuse lo vot- lor an able r-p-reseutatlve, tueiely because we do lii.l like him personally, will this ciaulltlou of affairs prevail. Ttib- is about as cut reel a dhmuosN as could possibly b- made. UUPU.WMTV IN 'I UK HP It A L UIS THICTS I From til- Ludlow Tribune.) Certain Stale papers have been hnrphiK on tin; old string, dcprailty in the rural districts called out hy the deplorable clr cumstuiicts in III- iiise- ot Ainu-la Iloyt allc',ci lo have- bi-t-ti statMel nnd abused lo ieath by tile unspeakable Los, l-i-cliarmc Ostroiit. Almost -vcrj lime on of those isnhitcii cases comes Into public notice, the .came old sprint; is louche ami the same old wall of the horrible c I' ll 1 1 of solitude, hard work and the lack of .-.utility seen up, llli one could almost believe that for u jtlrl to 111,11 ry ,1 farmer Is almost to lux lb- suicide, moral, senti mental uml physical, Tills notion Is all xvrone. Tliete aro peirverth ill th- filial districts as there til- hi towns. Diipruvlly makes, perhaps, .1 blacker mark on the isolated e-.ise, but, xvlth Hie teemlm ti-cords of the city po lice coibls. Willi tin' d.imuhiK; cvlihiu.' ol the etiitli o.eoei-H liefore o.s eini 11., iptletly accept the statement that country III- u-ot-l.s i, stii.i-t.it -I'll mill r-siiliu I., 11 deeper Kcni'ial depravltj than cMntcinc iu 1111' rannii-warrcus 01 ine city .' The clrcunistiince miitlit have been true III the d.i when 11 fanner's neati'st niiKhhor xxas idyht or ten miles away, when life was a scplalld stmu-tle with natural dlsadviintuKes, ami xvhen any- llibi llffe eonoifi 11 iolish lo w-ns sltnnli- .,11, of tho itiPhton. Thou, th- loneliness, the hard, uiircnilttliiK toll, the' vastnnss ol uiniirc, pel naps me .miciii ousoinu, per- nups nic c-uaiieriii'; c-iiiiu. wciikcu on me flii.Ui- linii.e-eil CetiiiMlne tielVi.s iiihI I 1 i .s result was collapse, insanity, often crime. Hut lo-diy! Where Is Hie lloiiie- so Isolated Hun It Ik out or touch with tin- newspaper, niairn.lne and church? tl'liein Is tile m.ili or liotllllll so I ml.. I..,. I with 111- sphll ol the soil thai he c.iu- Itoi siinie I 11 I III IK Willi ,t nemillior iiuo ....IH...... I. ... .... II Ileutlr.i.u ..r 11,.. dax? Tin- -tninne. the vlll.iKe library, the sewlni; society, the lodKC nil work tonatil one delhiltc end, Ihe c!oer relallonslni. of man Willi man, Hie lurlhcrumo of the great, divine scheme of manly brother hood with the mental and moral Improve ment of nil. Away with the cynical philosophy thai see.'i n failure or nature's laws in the lives of those who live iinaresl lo her bosom. We believe tint Hie world Is EIOUillL- hetlef. llml ....... ...a ate rising to a loftier humimllv. that sin. crime and shame, while still the darker color- on th- page of lium in life, are yd graihially being effaced and blended. M, (hat Ihe scheme constitutes a woticlioiihf nl... i,. i f ........ ...i, .., 111. I', I Mil, I II I I III c.tror. n, id vet wintiiiH. I,,,.,,.. i in,. ,.,,,i of a law, greater ami belief than nutii- eii no. wiser aim truer than the scow III. k critics who can see nlnne tin- darker hues. Our de-tlnv Is Just be-yond, nnd we tire coining Into it as the eldest sent to bin birthright. Murderess llogels Ithlily l)cseres lo Frel Ho- If ii Mt-r llrn Ho force Hie I, cm. (I'rcni Hie Hatic Times.) Tho Mitioim tnemhers of Hie ritnle press aie beghinlng in prophesy that Mary Itog e rs. the convlcliil munleress of her litis -I'linl will never he lianged, and they re fer to the pinny Instances In which those coi.etcd of murder havi either been do. el.-iii-d Insane or have had their death sen ni )-. -ommitliil, by tin- li glslnluie, to life liiilirlso'inient. It has been twelve years since the death penalty has been ln-li-l out iu Vermont, and yet the penult, still tests op the Indites, the penult) that murder In the Hrst degree- sliull he pun li lii d bv tin. bunging of the convicted per-s-n or persons. A lino state of uffults we have- hi Vermont! A law hnposlii', the death peniilty for murdir anil ti large iiuiuhi r ot murders c ommltli-d In a elozri. o-iirs without one of the gulltv parties h iving Ii -en given the punlhmcul which Hie law requires. Such weak-kni"t ad ministering or tlii- law Is nothing short of a I'lre-e-, thanks to Hi- power glwn the Vermont legislature lo net witli a muw kl.-h seiitlnu ntullty nnd commute the sent -.nee lo Imprisonment for Ille. What cood is s-u,., 1( stntuli.- which Is never elite. reed',' There are two eouryes open for tin SI ite II It wishes to maintain Its sell' resp-c t ii. d ul tin- same time keep its laws from becoming a laughlng-stm k. Those at- to np"il tills particular law or to enfor. lie penalty without flinching. Th-re arc tl-ex-c who ntgue that Ihe death pi n.ilt' N inn Initial a punishment lor the tuning ol 'lum. in III-, n id that th- prostint or a il-atli penalty does not have u t. n h n. ,-. tn keep down flint class of crime. It must Ii- iiltnlttcil Hint Hi- "-tmont kind of a il-.ith p-na'ty a penalty which is almost certain of being commuted Is no deterrent lo oilinc. Hut Tin- Times believes that a il-.ith penalty Is demanded for th- punish ment of this great crime, and we belb ve that the lime- bus come now to do away wPh tin- ic.-ly sentimentality winch has H'lldeted Ineffective ti e ill C IsillllS of the courts tbne after lime. Let us enforce tin- law and begin n. . MOILS. I, DKPIIAVITV. (Prom Hie- Hnnhvlck Huzette.) We are not pn rl Iciilarl v I'ma! of mm del case details ,,i ,,iv time, but tin trial ot .Mrs. Mary lingers for th- murdi r ot In r husband, which has been oeeupi mg attention of K-nnlugton count-.- . .nut brhes to the light of day s-tn-h n story of ni-nt'.l uud moril depravity us ii i haiil t)l hdleve. All the Stat)- ovicide. weld to show that lb- woman de liberal -lv plaunid to nnir.l-r lot- husband P.. it -In-iniglit b- Ir to m.-nry lie-r parrnno'ii Mis Ko.-i-i-'s re plv to her motle t's b,- 1 1 i r if slie sheeilil send a prli st to her how-' something of her moral conditio! "n-i cm take your nrli-st ,m. go to hell. 1 have n- U"c for on-." STORIES OF ACHIEVEMENT. Iloxx Iin cut txi- mi-i-icnits lluxe In- i i-reiiscil llulpnl uud Itceloci'il pi-iiic"), A youth: man who nt txventy-nti hid been before th- mast, hail w ork-d m the i'liemlc-il .l-iiartnient of a mill, and ha 1 hcttired tu mi nltroiisoi,l, pn through out the country, patented the lopitli ir uhamberforii pistol. It was not consl.b-r-e el particularly xalu.ihle until aft, r Ills first i-otnp.inv thai had mad- Il fuil-d. mil fls-hts- in Texas ni. 1 with the Hctniu cler; in Florida prmccl its win til Th Me ienn Wn- madi a ibni-nd for it. Ti.. sain, m-ch.iuu w''o did so 1'iiiih lor early ax-mul.tnv -lew In-,.-?d .lopills in rex-o!ve r m ikim;. T! .Si '-rl. an plan i f I lie ..t hi -i -talnii; it the . os-t ot in w :ipp':..ii.s wc-e 11, xir bitter s-n. xvn tb. n I" tl.'- bi 'mi iry Tlic owner wi- i....i..i,i n Ct-st man tn sue ost tin mini n nl 1.. rbnrs wit i tnrui iin. s fur defense, mo In was in t'rst to Vij u siibtnariiii' -1 . lib- r.i. . hi. da-. :i oiipsr man from S'i rm mt i ami la hi- work'. "XS'hit ca i jnii ilu"' ask; the si,,, i-int-n.l-ni. "I'll a ma.-lihii-i. u tool-m. k. i. and a In -slnla 1 . ..nd . in plux a horn iu a b i. ' v -is in i-i oh 11. ui I- xxiit U the in .t ,I,t . A few xc-ai-s ii nni!fi.ll.ii l., fortv tin x elm ot eeit-mi I.. bur in i.iiithie f'lctorx. uud In- ....otl.el lilentnn s.ixcd III Iilpnux ij-ei no, iu -o nit i. tv ill ,-;iilx ni oh , Later, x'. ul- i ew-iii-macliine icmipanx- ho lorel shutil-s front "il- piece ot bar slid ami ut iirex Ions e-osts In hull". Since that the- in- has ma le torch, i;s by th- its. ot drops xx-ichlm; ns much us u ton drop iilut; with ill-s cum tunes six feet noon inei. steel uinl copper. An --"ample of his ilixcilixi Hi n his I tl- liistarc- of hl'-i l'oi-,-b'i' -fllianil. Irom a shul- piece of n p. r. i on.inut.itiir b.its for electric ! li.-'tno.-. altir th- eleclrlcan in cltar; had si. I I t Ii,-1 such a sell. 'luc w.cs itnpos-sill- -Ariliui iioo.lrl.il iu Tin- Morld's Weil: ANNUAL BALL. Foresters of Siticrlcii Diioec IHd S'cur Out it it it .New Your In. Th. i, mil: unii'i il concert i.nd ball cixcn b.x c'.tiit I'.iii lum I i). No. ,i. Foresters of Anieiicu, xxas held Tliiirsduy nt the liuy XX. ltd bleu k. the looms or the court belli i; jomiei with the-e of tin- i' S'. M. I". for th.' occasion. In pn-vloiis yens the an iiual ball has liee n one ol the biff dalldll-; events ef the xx Inter but this vein- oxvlnu to tin -ib-em e of n ini-i;,. hall the affair Inn I lo he concluded on a smaller .scale. The in. .in.- were well tllleel, lioxvevcr. and the o. cusioii xvas dciliinl n most delight ful one by all present. Inu-ltur Hi" even it. - an appetizhu,' n-past xvas scrx-d. ,Si:i"itl:'IV OF OFIt SFI'ItLMAi'S IN I HON AND STKLL. Ill loolrlii-,' for the causes which tmdi rile the supri'maey of tin- Fulled Stale., in the sted nnd Iron truib, honesty, and srati tiuh alike demand that llrst place he rlxin lo the miirveluits iialur.tl I'-soiuves of Ihe ccurtry. for which thoie is no piirilld anywhere iu the wor'd, siys the Iron and slic-l niuulicr of the Sclentltlc Atn'-rlcun. .Vol only lias nature provlibil ftoivs of iron cue. coil and limestone In lavish ubupilnnce, hut the supply itclf is easy of recoverv from its native beds, and advcntiiKeoiisly plaeed for the trans pot llntr of Its various elements to a cum. tnon inti'r: whip- the niuicrhils urn or u cpi-illtx- tli.il could seuri'oly In- sill passed for economy of liHiidllnir nnd treiitmeut In n ine, furn: and mill. Hut altlioiiKh the limel itnent.il set rets of om- suec -ss in- lo h- fouud In natural conditions, too iiiiiclii ani'ot bi'suldluprulu' of the lutein. si-iii uml skill xx Ith xx hlcli the Snierlcnii Iron-in tsti'i- h is ilscti to his opportunities. It Is to the rem, ii liable hp-onulty hlioxvn In the production of Inhor-suvlnt; iiiailihiirv tint niit-h ot th- cheiipcninf; of Ihe cost of prodtu-lioii Is due, tu say nothim; of the luoud adinlnlstratlve' tibll lly slinwn by tile iiianaKi'iiicnt of the treat sled and lion works, in ln.xin-, cut the coinpi'iii nt parts nr their establish ments Iu sin Ii a xvn v that tin' li-.uy inli ne.' which p.isse.s tluoui;h llu-sc plants .lay by d-ty shall proceed from the crude liiulcrlal lo the llnishcd product with the Icusl pnssllile iiimmnt of humlllti-; and triins-vliipmenl. Lastly our irmi nud steel men. pci'iclx-d and iieicil upon the fundi, met tal i'ci iiomli fad that, for the cheap luoituctioii of Iron am! sled, mnu'illti. li nt opi rallons ami cnnililnal Ions (l capuul an- ns. eutl.ll. DR. FLANDERS Cures Chronic Diseases. Deafness Noises In (lid head, rlngi,.. cured by n new method. IS Arc volt n sufferer from Klclt llendnehe Nn.oits Prostrnll IvVeS Neuralgia. Neneinsness, Nulis-u P..ig, if.iiue L, i mt ni Ml m J LxllllllSllllll. 'I'Wlte lllllg of Hie tllu-i le ol tl(. f,e, n i I Sicklier. Sleeplesstti'ss. Styes, Thickened I'yclbls. ite, nnd lnll.iii.ed II III Itv to see i, I. lei IS III I bo distillled does the pi'in i seem to run together mules ut school, or cross-eyed . If -.on have any of the above; symptoms thei Kxnmlmitlon f i cc. T i I cur- all forms of to hold. Stricture Ac-lite or Chronic cured -i n st retching, cutting, pain lenee. No inatleui of how I entcil. I cure. I don't c ut or dilute. Mytreiith t eriec t of earlv follies, .MY NMW MKTIlOb CI Mi I sure and permntient It dissolves and nil time to i nine. Variocele and Hydrocele business. I wi point out the clangors and explain NHSSLS DlSCoVFiItKI) MLTHnll Isle. op. luted all original anil safe cure for S'ailcoce tho -elesl le-rtaiit and satisfactory attainable. Cancer Vt lire; cancer without guaranteod. Tumor 1 use a Mire and positLe monlals on tile. Morphine, Rum and Women I have devoted n great part of my time to women. 1 can cur- the gie.it in ijorlty o! . disagreeable exam I nut ion. Rheumatism A I last 1 tlmt will e ie sent by Piles and Fistula Nervous Debility EPILEPSY Loss or power and all trie i le cretlotis of xnith gu-n r- i All forms ll-ated by new r- m MOTH ERS Aie bed .' ...i I. If -. HOME TREATMENT. If von are In or near the city .w.i should apple ,or ticiu ii.i- in person, nut it you live too far . on ..is- i on win receive as .-, t-.. ...... - ,i iieie in my oiii. e ei.iii-. AltAV uml other forms of II iriclf- used In the treatmeiil e,f dN-me. W. 0. E. FlANDtRS, M. D 24 Buell St., Burlington, Vt A Great Reduction On All Stock MILES & PERRY, OF Violent Fluctuations in Cotton and Far East Situation thn Features. CONFIDENCE IN THE FUTURE Mini Xliiiiiifiictiiriuu I'lnuls lo 11,-souic Work Xleiuiln. Little Friction oxer Iteilocliiiu ul" ni-s ( iiiioii ''iiiels Mori' tnscllleil ( ur-liiliiiii-ul I'lnlinlile. Ni-xv Yolk .Ian. 11! cl. Inei:, , XX--I:y r-Xl-XV Ol tile tl'.lllcs tn! xx 111 sny: S'inh'ut thictuatious j- tottou certainty reuarditiR the situati m I'ar Fast xverc tin only sicuitua lol's in the liiisiiiess si'i.allon .Itini h in. hiilnl.iv wed;. Iu most branch, s of r--t i trail- there was pioiintm. -.1 duilm -s aid "Xc ,'pt tor mocleial. .sliipim ills nl stipp'e. meiipiry oiders fn sen si ma lily Inaxv '-no-Is iolil.ini; and wiiolesah- )iou.-e did httl-. .Vumerou.s "Muesslons of io,n d. fee ir- heard r-Kiir limt the future, hem ex-er. I'sp-i hilly at theSVest aniouih. M it.iifai turinc plants hint- I u, . lnn-4cr incninin than last m ,n hn, n . iinuuunce tcsumntlon of work Mnn I e. I'cxv now contracts rot- irmi .nd sic 1 ,n i-purti-il, yet th- ccnem! hod ol ., . Hons Is fair! iiiniutnlti-.l I'tuctleally ro frl-tlmi nas n-, . re taiiiiniT lowct xvaiics Sciu.ition.il i . ports rciirdlna pioposed urikes uir ,1. i.i.d t'.x ..I'tlccr- ot Hi- comp nii-s. xb,, ninnuiii j Hint n.'iv arr.inK-nic'its both t. xx.is.s anil lii-irs. ar- s,it-taitutx m tp- m ". As many haw boon Idle for sonic tune it is not probabl- that there will be any dispute tcRnrdii'i: the terms at xxhlcli thev may iciurii to xxork As textiles, till' Week I. is cilllc .UK tlieuled iitisettled I'onditlons. e-pei l.ill ns to th- cotton -fonds. In re -ponse to the rise nt raw materials, sell, rs .idvauc d prices but b-iyc rs ebil.e.l their oust,, mar.x reserxe rc-atellii'- n-w business ,,nd the xxeeK's iradltiK lemaincd xvllhln a n.n mxv limit. Many of tin rMorteiIiicLaii.es are put 1.x nominal, im ile-m.ind app Mrlm; Mat-ttal .uilalbn.nl ut Fall Itlxet Is te.xv consldt'i i il probable. Liabilities nf ciimuii rd.il f.ilh.res tbiii far re porti d for lc comber ainount In $17. lii"..12t. nl which T-V IT."-' I xx-oi e in nimul n -turln," r..'i.'l 'M' In tradiim and l..'.!n,.1t." in other iomiiierci.il linos FatluiCs this xv. . k iiiimbe.i'eil ilj in tin- Fnitecl States airaiast :n last .xeiir and hi Canada 17 cunii,iic"l Willi elirht I ist eiir. al.su ist as nncui as a .siicond maii- 111. Still. Familv dodor 1 hope, mv dear l.t.lj, that you an- all tin- better for y.ntr loner holI.i.i.x and thorouKh chatnte of air. The patietil-ll his done me all the pood In the world, my dear doctor. I in; a dllier-nt h. Imj; in fad, tpiltu an nth"t' woman' Sharp child it. mama: lloxv pleased papa will be- when ho hears this! Fundi. Fvinceilst A. C. Jeffrie, father of lames .1. ,1-liries. tile' ptlKlllst, Is tnd liu revival meotlnu's iu italtlmorc it ptesput. 1MB WEEK .NiimiI Cnliirrh itulckly lelds tnirciil llii'i'l oy ll.x's t'reim Halm, xvhiea s u-r. cablv nr'iiiMtlc It Is recoiled IhrmiKl the nostrils, demises mid heals Hi- whole .in-line- over xxhlcli il ilin'usos Itself A lemeil.x lor .Nasal Fatal ill xxlilcb is clr.xlim ,.i rvclthu: to the dis-ased nionihran slio'ild not he use .1 t '1111111 Halm Is 11 , itemized as a '. Pic. I'rli- Sn cents H ill mtl'.lsts ur bx mill. A cold In lie hind liiiini di itdx disc i-peai s xx hep Preum 1P11 is i.s .il. m, I'.iiiiic rs, ",., uri-i 11 s. d. N x Sink ..lift ,' i . I. . I II ir itf II, ft A C CIII'lV. lollble V! I . llo.il Is your e-lflbl ep ii nml behind It ilu rupture wn , n. the Up LI 1 r e s-i I.I .el I, ' wille ' II on vi ' W ,1111 1 t .. e of r-- .11 f is sim remenes nl1 'b, i nes i .ire I . i ....1. i- Wl'l ' Cllttll del i t ft- -1. i -ir-i 1 1 i-ji ' i. me :i i in. use of knife nr e .oil i arc for tumor I i, n Cigarette have found a comlur I jro the worst foj m c mall. Itching, ltd -i Ins exte rnal p. . -Treat menl , t .. .1 i- i lbi d by ,, writ- for ir t to the a w ,, f,,. tins writ , i-. 1 1 refill is. ,, prions .,,,,1 ke s SUITS and OVERCOATS 1 lets you ta,c your crs c":cc rjut ,j io dnat'ns $ t co -h ns cnmi ?fore triey iXi ale culled out. 108 ChurcT 5t. "' ... .1.-1,1 Mfj j.. Frill d, of .Mrs 11. t v Pp. ' r Infornua by tclu(trnm l-rla ,4 tI death at Hlpoti. U is , ,, Tl-ur I. ternoon. l or several xx-e-ks h. r hiid hi-ii sr-atly imi.ur. d st t (ut death Wis not Uln-pe. ted .Sm r suffered u stroKe ol tar. ilTcols of which sbr ,e i- n r. ' Him )' Mr. .""pe-i.. i i - j. ,,, nsfii. Mis per h ,- i . Iln-Tton for ,n .the.,. e lieen man w fri. - i or xS iseoi.-i: i v .is',, i ,i, they n sin. i . r. .r n ' i x e.irs. Mrs I., . , i It do of f 1 ' , - i w p.,,, s 11 s I'itlilv esti . ?i . ' S i w - e mu. Ii i ultut s -e .i r, t i sriu eft, I .hi u 'i- .1 . more than t' ir, u-s -i w i tc n hint nt iv . Fit .1 c " i , Mr So. vi ( r ix il-x , . m t t- , ei.d e in. -st m . - w --s ) II. r ni.nn irctne w- is . r H held ih - e the s, , ,,. i , K I io.li .-. and Ml -. l ." r t i I'oiet N Sin i- si.r 1. rs. Mi-. Alien 1 1 ,iw ' I ' at- I ?.:rs H S Ni n - I an 1 .. I.f jth- i . i ' ' .1 i. Huston. f:.t- TT,t.trhfl .iti t relictv-iall the. tr-lllhlexn ine ilciit t. ix ni- 3 su'ci 't ni'V syitcai, men MI1.M' 1 "l I I .1 11 , 111 . 1) U II' ll II Ul'U TT 1 1 a 1 1 n f 1. fat-tAp'M T it)rV- T Till ar 1 1 HI-IK iUinmilll 'J IIIU l "HI IIDIIII nuur inrj om i' irto.'i -ill di 11 trili 1 4 i thpsfimirh.ntimiil.-itc ih HEAD ...CI. ll.al-..,U..1..nj . .int., th.H. ,,1.l vh(i .mi-it tr et.Atu i 11 1 Mr. a tttra. 1 a tl nil), i nli olhcrci .'.oiu-t Corte-rs I.lttlo Liver rilN aro vc-rr miiil n j-urce, hut by tlicritcntiao te.'ii pUuwoail oil line thrill In . itsuC -..'A,,,4 Cl ffnr ft Snl toy druLits ovuryxx here, or tat by mill. CARTER MEDICINE CO,, New York. Small Pill, Small hi kill Prb. The Weeklv Free Pres r 9 ,,,, ti i rs i ttiiitiiui rit't" sii'cU lor a y oar SI .00. N i . j 1. f 1 I. Ml V 1 II IS III! Ill 1111 1111 III -- V MK lKKSS. 1 .1 - . I Ull KIM W II in l-,ll'iui It W 111L- no: taixo xiio I' Hhi'i niKs possibly lie borrows youi tfiiiiii- siniiit uta liic ii ,i ,,... , .. :n ...i..,i i. : i hit u si-n n ii iin ,i Mil in pi ropy ol' tho host Woelil iifinili' in i ol'inmii rn ..nt I I - ,ri iwt ii ii ins ol news a wooii, y I . . CARTER'S! i u-8 v j tkti i Mwsar'ds. -1 . m H'SB.S.Sd. 815 iff xr-jy m m.Mtra yvnr.