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HE BURLINGTON FREE FRFS3 1 THURSDAY, MVRUH. 3,
AGED MINISTER lev. J. A. Sherburne Dead after a Short Illness at His Home in Barre. FUNERAL ON THURSDAY tVtcbrnteil IIU S2il Illrtlielny Iij- I'rrmli. Iiik Wn nn Active I'renrlier for " Venrs II, II, Ilnlley of Cnlnli, Charged Larceny, Held for firiiml Jury. Joseph H. Drown, sewing machine Agent, slight loss, Hnrre Hupply company, fin bnr- tels tit nit, partially damaged, hut extent not known yet; IJurre Musical association, stage stored In basement, loss $"!. Sev eral persons rooming In tho second Btory had nurtow escapes, being wnrncd by two small hoys who worn sleeping In tho room whern the lire caught nntl who were liwnkniicel by tho crackling of tho Unities, tino or the boys, Henry Tlcrney, uged 11 years, riislicil to the Htrret, tlml only in lilt underclothing and stockings, with tho thermometer registering l.i ilegiccs be low zero, lie ran down the Btrctt culling "lire." and the alarm from box L!ll w us tumid In by Patrolman llamrl. The lit emeu gulnod control of tho fire at fliTO o'clock, but tlui ruins continued lo smoulder during tho foiuiioon. .Mr. Hl.tiiehiird, tlie owner, stated tli.it In all probability a handsome block would bo t reeled on the lot. 11 Is ono of the best business locutions In the city. Tho burned building was formerly the, old Park hotel. CONSPIRATORS SENTENCED. A UNDSUDE. James E, Burke Re-elected Mayor of Burlington by a Plural ity of 605. Parre, 1'rb. 2!t. Tho liev. J. A. Sher burne, tho oldest .Methodist minister doing iny active aervlee In the Veimoiit confor tnco, died nt his residence on Kim street to-oay at the ago of M years, lie hail been 111 since Thursday with pneumonia ipl failed very lapldly. The membets of his family wero with him when death caino. Tho funeral will be held nt 12:OT p. in Thursilu.v at hi late home and finm the lleddlng Methodist Church, of which he Was pastor 10 vars ago. at one o'clock. The siniei- will bi' conducted by the Itcv 1!. K. I, owe and be will bo nsslstinl by several othi r elergvmen. Mr. Sherburne was born In Orange In IS21 and took his first pastorate In Vei llr.ittleboro. lie was an actle itinerant minister In tho Vermont circuit fur .i" years. Since ho became too old to take ii regular charge be has been much In elc- Mticlieti, I.orciir. Mini II, II. (irorT Get 'I'Mo ears' Imprisonment mid ? 10, 00(1 Fine S. A, (iroft ot Scnti'iiced. Washington, IMi. "S. Judge Prltcliard ycsl'irduj senteiii ed Augustus . Mucheti, formerly" general superintendent of tho free delivery pie-tul service, tlcorgo 11. I.oreiiit of Toledo O.. onco postmaster of that city, and Oilier It. llroff or this 'ity all of whom were convicted of con spiracy against the government In con nection with the supply of tho Clioff fasteners to the peistollico department to two years itnprlsonm"til each In tho M'liiiidsville (v. Va.) penitentiary and a line of .UU,ei" each. Tile defe ml nits immediately gave notice ot appeal to tin i nurt of appeals and were released nn fLM.ijim bonds each. nnmuoi n. as ... vv i.i.m npecia j.,,,,,.,,,, ..idi-mien bo w eie el. eled ' eiunsei e emnm nn nn' ku i-i n men c. sain ' ..I..,,, some il.ivs ago that tllel'e was not sillll cleiit evidence In convict, wan not scn leneeil, ins mnfciu for a new trial and for uriv-t n( iuirgnii'iU being allowed fur ther consideration. Ills counsel wore given four days within which to prepare to Cin COUNCIL DEMOCRATIC Alelerninn Trick unit HlelinrdNnii I)e featcd by DeinnrrntM, MnkliiK Hoard n Tin I'olHIcnll Mnjorlly of 1,700 for License Last Year Cut In Half. BEAUTY OF SKIN PURITY OF BLOOD on The election In this city Tueyilay was n landslide for Mayor ! '- Hi" ho, Ins plurality lieing Gn3 ale' bis majority 170. lie eaiiled Ihrco of the live wards and In the other two wards m iterl.illy re duced the majority given 1). t'. liawli J a ji'.ir tiRi . In addition lo electing Mavor Hurke the iters elected two demneralle iildelinen, II. (1. V lllard In ward live ir.nl i.ermaln Germain In ward two, thus mak ing tlw bnarl nf aldermen an e von thh.u when strict jiirty lines are ih.wvn. Tins, however, giver the democrats a maturity of one In the oilv council. I'vcn the n- Jnaml to ollli i.ite at funerals and weddings limong ids large circle of acciualntaniis. lie celebrated Lis S.'nd birthday by prciieh Ing ill tin lleddlng Methodist I'hurch h( i c fie Is Fiirvivcd by a wife. 1 tattle Dickey Blnr'eiirne. a il.iugbter, Ada .1. Sherburne; n nil four sons, the Itcv, 1,. O. Sherburne of Jtdlow- Falls, Ur. II. K". Sherlairnu of It .tl.iiid. 1 r.i: k A. Sherburne nf Mnntpel Icr and li . l W. Sherburne of lloston. IIKI.O FOR GKAND JUUY. MotP'ii.-r 'l. :v. -Henry It. Ilailey or (' Ki i wl.n was charged with larceny of tl i i nj i rty nf Mrs. I,aura Davis of th it i w ,, was arraigned to-day In city i i'ii-i . tin (barge of burglary, larceny : . ( . i slnli n good". He waived e.- f in ti i I was bound over to await 1' r e '."! of the grand jury next Sep trmlicr .li.lge Woodward llxed the bail In tin burglary ease at $1.W0 and $'.'". 1', i ich of the other two eases, making Jl "ii in all. This tlie respondent was un nbk to raise and was committed to .iall. i i argue th" tii'dlons. The s-'iiii nee Impnscd on Machcn, I.oreii'. . i I 1 1 i f r is the maximum allow ed mid i Hi.- law, although the court, contiury in tlie contcTitlolis of tlie piose cutlon. ilei 1 1" 1 Hiat the-several counts In the hull -tin l lonstltuted but ono offence. Tlin apl" d- m the upper court will be piessid a- iiipldty as possible, according to the il fi i e but months may elapse belnie the appeals can bo In arJ. The go i i liilieiit has not yet decided on Its inM trps in tlie irooi'iitkiUH of the postal cases, in which there have been so in n y Indietments returned, but it is not iiiillkcl that tho other Indict, ments in which Maehen Is named, n vnlvii g ntlur offenees than that ioveie.1 by tie hall' tnn nt on which he lias al rn h l.ei ll ii.liM'ti 1. Will bo preFsed for trial in M Them ale .1 pproNim.i tely II Indictments ag..iii'-t .Mn lien i Itlier singly or Jointly with ..th.'r. ami the government iNpeits to lam-r bun lo tilal mi most nf them. i ben the eouit senteiieed him to two vi.iri' luipri-niiineiit, tlie term to begin on an hnl at the penitentiary, and Jln.oiO line. Mat Inn's eyes nihil, while he trem- n villi's ago yrsu-r- nieii siignuy as ne resniiien ins seat, ineii Hlllv K. M. .Jones iircarhi d 1 he cla'pecl hW Hands nit sat staring ahead m rnion at AS.iteiloo Iowa, lot htm, as the oilier two were given the FAIilCVYKl.t, y. -T SF.IIMON. yrsler- PltKA'-HFD Pnrrc. Fob. tiny the P.ev Jier fnri 11 o becoini a'-sitanl pastor of tin I'nvt 1 nlvcrsallst t burch of Ibis city. Vistci da mornii g ll" irenehel 1'i r farewell FPi'iiion as pa'-tor of the Imal il'iirch to return to the iharge of Hie Watiilou church. A pal ll reception in In r honor will be ghcu in the pnrlnr of the eluireh lo-moriow rvreir.g. She leacs Widnes tlav lor W'ntei loo. The I'.cv. A. Jl lira. lb y of Sangerville, Me lirr sue ts-nr, is m i tcl to aiiUe In 1' rr abut Hi" fr-d nf April. THREE BARNS BURNED. Fnxticcti'il llojs .siiinl.liig Clfiirettcs Caused Hie Illac. d Fairfax. F V .'VI 1 hci ban t 1 Isn 11 fy Ui ,i Iim same senti in i s Iin mis for IJP.'KH were ftirnlshiil by each nf the tin co nun and Hie court then adjourned. b. 2.1. Jul te a. Fcrlniis fire this alteriioon when three ai i a l.irgi .stiii e bouse nwned by Ai'rtd a' d a lii'i-e barn owned by In pun were hurled to the gioiind is Hiou-lit that Hie lire was started man bo. - smoking cigarettes In the til 1'iiu rii" entire contents nf the 1 Hidings, whli h consisted nf bailed i ii . i farming InnK. was saved. Tile r si k w is all taken nut safely. The property was partially covered by Insur ance. RUFUS WAINWRIGHT DEAD. M'iim Prominent ( Illen of .Mldillchury Fiiiiernl Wednesday. MidrMeburv, Feb. 2 IUifus AVainwiight lib 1 nt his In iino on tlie orncr of Sem In.irj tmd High streets Sunday morning. lc Wis bran In Mlildb bury July 21, 1V!U, makli g him in his 71th ear. He was a ..on of Hufns and Abblo Sargent Wain Wright who were dcsceinlants of an old anrl pioinir.iut New Ihigland lainlly. Ho prepare i luni.-' If for college at the liurr an 1 liur'on Seminary at .Manchester, then entering the Miildbburj College, from whl'li be graduated fiom In tho class of 1"-' Mi Wainwrigbt studied law witli J. A Hi kwitli and was admitted to tlie bar ii Sui. lie did not, however, prac te e In i rof( s.-lnn to any great extent I t wa engaged In clctlc.il work for u Ihiirt time In the local rnlltoud oiilce and ) Ur as i "-i-tniit to county cleik, which Jlare la o iipied for 31 years, and until lo (b U The degreo of A. 11. .-ii.it A. M. vc a fi red upon him by bis Alm.i M 1 1 r i ' 1 la became a meinbr of the col liM i tpnialinn and wiu for snme years s( r r nf the boeard ot trustee s. Mr. r nA was a member ot tho Cim f r h ' i 1 Church and lived his profes no n g re. ognlzed as a Christian gen t ' i, 1 a man whose pnpulailty was 1 1 He higher Ideals of broad-mind-i Hz i hlp M uiv.ilKi't was mart led on Dccnn lr 1 i. IviiT to Miss Sarah Voung Iall I i' " i Mil. 'c In- whom be Is siiixlud, b I s bis daughter, Mbs S iplna D. V urislit and son, llufus AVulnw riglit Jr Mr Walnwrlght was confined lo the bed nt tltr- days, i omineneliig with a rl old. which rapidly developed Into pne itnuiila. Tin f neral will be In id from the fam ily I lie e Im Mla at two e'ilOuk. SIX TRAMPS ARRESTED. Forced Tlielr W'ny Into Itiitbinil'n I'owr lloiihe Saturday lltcitlng. Hiiil.ind, I'ei). 2S. Six tramps called nt Ihr city farm Satuiilay evening whllit Overseer Jlenttle was away and di maiideil tdnilttiince .Mrs. Hcnltln refused to lev Ibein In lint they forced open the door ami inlerml saying that liny were going to Hey all night. Mrs. Ilrattlo telephoned lo the ponce siation and two oiliceis wero out to tho farm with teams. All six oi Hie tramps were loaded Into tho sleighs mil iaiie.li to mi cuy lociiiip. FIRE IN BARRE. hn Old lliinliiexs llluek Di'Hlrojeil, (.'nut inu n i.onn or ma i,no(i. EX-PRES. KRUGER IS DYING. Is all Hlle In I'ranee Ciiiilnnil HefllsCM to Allou" 1 1 1 in to llcliirn. St. I,nuis, I'eli. 2 A lelter received In this city by den. lienjamiii V'lljoen, for imily nf the liuer iniii. auniniiii i"- that lormcr President Kruger of the liner re public, is slowly dying as an exile at Mi iitiiiu . France, and that Dr. lb Itz. state seen tary under Kruger. Is alsn an exile In iln!laiid, and a constant sulf..rcr frnm hiTVOUS prie-tratloii. lellelal Vlljoell Slllll Kl'llgOr's Illillll is failing and that lie livi s In seclusion, rare ly cotnerstng wilb any one. His com. patriots applied iiiimicc essl ally to the i:iiti"h so eminent lor pel mission lor his icturn In South Africa to spend the la i days of hl life In bis native country. I'he los of tlie Pan r cause s-' "ins to have shaft' n el bis iimbition. EX-VERMONTERS MEET The Assocbilloa of aHnneaixiIU llidds Anniinl lliliiiiliet II. C. Akcly Klccf eil l'ri'slelent Prof. Honrs lreMeiit. Hnrro. Feb. S. Tho old Park block on XI 1 1 i n strict, a two and ono-half story tYooili'ii building, emo or tiio landmarks of the city, was destroyed by llro yester ilny mud with Its ileal ruction four mcr clianlH and ono restaurant wero burned out, and several others fcusuilncd slight damages, the total los eintiilled bcintt ovfr tZI.OM. The llrfi caught from a do fectivo chlmnoy at threo o'clock la th mortilnc. Thn lofcru are. A. C. JJlanch ard of Montpcllrr. owner of tho bulMlng im i'l.Wi, insurance. J7,.Vi0; B. W. Hook er & Co,, fumltiiro dealers, loss Kiwi Insurance, SlO.fiOO, Charlrs II. Campbell flrnt class Hiilonn, ln!i yi,(id; Insurance, W.lnn Pinker &. Tussle, meat and provls Ions. Ins $.',000; Insur.ince, fl.tib; David A- H.ih'h, general store, loss, tM.Mni; lusur i nee H iKio Mis. Arthur l.elourneaii, rm tiuriuil i Lipur, loss iiiMuranco, VM Mlnniinpollf, Minn., March 1. Tho Ver mont association of Minneapolis bad its Klh annual gathering and hnnepicl at Hotel .icolott last evening with an at tendance of 130. This Is tho only one of several State associations whose members have retained their Stale loyalty suf ficiently to maku the organization a sne ces''. The newly elected otllccrs of the association are: llealy C. Akcly of Stowe, president; d. w. IJatclielder, 111 si liu pre .-blent , M. it. Cirover, second vie e- siibnt: the Hon. Kliner I.. Adams of Mm I isville, th it cl vice-president; Charles M. Drew of St. Jolinsbury, secretary and ciMirer. ,fter an hour of social chat the mem bers entered the dining hall, which had been e lalioralely elecoiated with ilowers. During the b ineiuet an orchestra of music lent Its ihaim to tho festivities. Among the prominent ex-Vei montors present were Mr. and .Mrs. P. D. lloutoll of JiaUeisMi Id, Mr. and Mrs. ejeo. 11, l.anu (P. V. M.) of llurlington, Senator F. C. McMillan of Daiuille. Mrs. S. (i. Hlshop ol Uuiilngton. elms C. Church ft.'. V. M.) of Jerlelio. Miss Kliz.iboth Hood (IT. V. of Winooi-kl, e-l,ieut.-f iov. Synden ,. Smith, Mr and Mrs. II. C. McMabon of Stowe, Judge F. M. Crosby of Wil mington, Judge .1. It. ( i 11 ll Hi ill of Unmet, .Mr. and Mis. W. J. Ji unison of lllnes- burgh, W J. Itus.-dl H'. V. M.) ot Jlnr llngton, Judge Iteldcn of St. Johnsbuiy, Home 15. Drown of Montpcller, I S. ile 'lillan of. llurlingloii, David C. Wnnlen of Waterbury. T. I- Hyrnes of Hollows ills, Dr. and Mrs. I. 1). Alger of Wit lUton. Dr. 1'. ! Towels (U. V. M) of lie ! 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 ii . fler tlie tables bad been lemovei luiltfc W. It. Cray of lligbgato, the retli Ing piesident. In a lew well ilinsen re- m.iiks extended tils greetings to tho In nniitig President J Icily C. Akcly. The liter has Just presented a beautiful library to Ids native town ot stowe. air Akily ii'spoiidcd graciously and after few words or praise lor ermont, ("-pec lallv for the lawyers, Judges ainl nratnr Hi. it she bad sent foitli, he Inttndiicecl thn Hon. Khnir K. Adams, u memner nt the Stale bnard of e'ontioi. He irave n graphic deseriptlon en a re cent vl-it to bis native lowu ot .iiiuris llle and told in a humoious way of somo ol the changes alri'.uly Introduced In tho staid .,1.1 Stalci. Tim president then cancel ilsin tno only ictual Vermeilllor prescni rroi. in oige r. Howes of tho I'll versity ot ermont wlio gave tho VcrmoutoiH Urn greetings of the Klntn and of thn university and a cluied that Hie samo Judicial spirit pre viilbil in Vermont to-day that caused ho many ex-Vermontcrs to sit em thn benches In olber Stales. Ho extended a cordial In vitation both otllcially and personally to all Vermonters to attend tho coming com mencement celebration In llurlington. T. 15. Hyrnes was tho next speaker nnd ho cmpluiBlzcil tho strongth of tho Ver mont character In Its desire to do und say whit Is riCiit anel liuiicit Tho hist member culled upon was Home f! Brown, instead of making a set speech, hn told a humorous story. After "10 banrpiot an hour or two was. spent In dancing and the meeting came to an end about midnight. glW'ti greatly rediii ed lnajoi Itles, Alder man T.ift 1 eliig over A. j. Daniels in ward one b a majority of onlv one and Alderman Sides being re-electe 1 m ward four by n iiajoiily id IP. Hie plur.ilitu h ill each case being slightly Inrt-er. Tii" greatest surprise m the election, with the exception of the m iji rity lor Mayor liurlti', was the vote lor alderman In waul two, where (lioige 15 Tib k. the pre; cut Incumbent, was literally swamped, lic.' nmln (Jerm.nlii. bis opponent, being elc t"d by a nuijoritv of lfi'i In ward (ie Abb r nian C W. Hichnrilsnn was defrati d by II. (5. Wlllnrd by a majoiily of I.e. la wind three It was a walk-over for Abler mun J. V . Courtiu v. his majority being The day dawned in tiMle March fash ion, with snow and rnln but tills did not deter the voters Ironi going to the polls In largo nutnbeis and wllb the exception of ward four Hie vote pre vious to t lie noon hour was much larger than usual. In the afternoon tlie elmuls broke away and by tho time the box was turned the sun was shining brightly. It was ono of the largest votes ever cast in a March rleetlnn and tlie majority glve-n Mayor lturke w:e one of the largest given n mayor in the history ot tlie city. Tl.eie were crowds iiioiind the sev eral polling places throughout the day. but they were very orderly and cry little drunkenness was noticeable. Tin" soloons were closed throughout tho day. according" to the piovisbm of the li cense law, It being- tlie tlrst election Inco license went Into effect. Pollcu Ulcers were stationed around the poll ing; places, but their services weio not needed. I'he campaign throughout the past two weeks has been waged witll vigor by both sides and Hie result was a mat ter of different opinions until the le- tnrns began to come in 1 uesday. I'liere laid been considerable betting illiring" tlie past week, but no great elds bad been offered and it Was eoin- nuly talked that tin' majority mi either side would be small. Nn nne bulked for such a landslide as that upon which Hiirke rode into olllee, and bis big to tal of l.rol.l votes was wholly unex pected. Mr. Hrown received a total of ,lf'i and Mr. Munaliaii a total of Tlie ballot boes were turned at three 'clock and shortly tberen fler a crowd began to gather at the (Ity clerk's nf Ib o to learn tin" result of the election. i'he III st ward to be beard fioin was ward one and when lirnwn's plurality i nine vini'a was announced even ins i , . inu iiii'M siiijih ii li-i - iieomiieii inai lie was defeated. A large icijorily for Mr. Hrown was anticipated in waul four, but the returns showed a major ity of ill, a decrease of 77 as eompaied with tlie maturity given Dr. Ilawley a ir ago. Humiii.s lieg.iu to float about that Mayor Hurke had carried the second, third and liltb wards by uge majorities and a few minutes itep Alderman Shea rushed intu tho mun shouting: What's tin matter with the obi third? We've glum llurkc 4V, majoiity," Ills words who no idle jet lor the of ficial returns showed liurke's plurality to lie I'V, and his majority to lie IS.",. The liltb and second wards also gave him ma jorities, which swelled tlie total. tuning tlie course of the afternoon .Mayor Hut ! entered the olllee, but It was not until after his election had been loured. lie WHS leeelved With applall"e mil was kept busy leplylng to wends of cniigiritulatlnn. Tho following table shows the result of the election in detail; VOTi; FOIt MAYOIt. Ancient nnd Modern Ideas 'llicse Interesting Subjects. UP-TO-DATE METHODS For Purifying and Beautifying the Skin. Scalp, Hlr on J Hands. Socrates called lioanty a Bhort-llvcd tyranny, Plato a privilege ot" nature, Theocritus, a delightful prejudice, Thcoil!rastui a sllcut cheat, Carncadcs n soliUry kingdom, Homo: n glorious plft of nature, Ovid favor of tho Cods. Arlsiotlo affirmed that beauty v.ns better thm; all the letters of rec ommendation tn the world, and yet nono of these .mUngulslicd authorities has left us even n bin of In w beauty Is to bo perpetuated, or tho .gem of nijB and dlsetsc detled. 'Iji- soon blends the lily ami tho rose '-to tiiu pallor of ape, dise.vr dots tho fair face with cutaneois dlsilRiiratl.-lis ami crimsons the Unman nose with unvlht ly Hushes, moth, if not rust, corrupts the fjlory of eyes, truth, and lips yet beautiful bv defacing- the complexion, and nils the' sci-dtlvo soul with ncoay. If Mich he the unhappy condition of one nltlictcd with sllht skin blemWie, what must be this feellnps of thou In whom torttirb humors have for years run riot, covering tho kln r?lth scales and sores and chargit),' tho blood with poiionons elements to be come a part of tho system mull death? It Is in the treatment of torturing-, dlsflyiirlng humors and aifcctlons of the skin, scr'p and blood, with loss of hair, that tlie utlcura remedies have, achieved their greatest, success. Orig inal In composition, scientifically com pounded, absolutely nrc, unchange able in any climate, always ready, ami agreeable to the most delicate and sen sitive, they present to young; and old the most successful curatives of uiuii rn times. Good Cookery. DOMESTIC SCIENCE IN TII 13 HOUSEHOLD. 'Ihhil Fisherman Master, I marvel how tho fishes live In the sea. First Fishermnn Why, as men do n-land; the grfnt ones cat up the little ones. Klmkcspearo (Pericles). This dish of meat Is too good for any but anglers or very honest men. Wulloti. IIUNC, SL'.VHAV, MAUCII C. niti:AKFAST. Stowed AprlrOts. flat Flakes. Won tots. Fried Sweet Potatoes. Comment Gems. Coffee. DINNER. Oyster Soup. Celery. Olives. Iionst Capon. Cm rant .lolly. Mf.hid Polatoes. lllcn Fritters. Ilrussels Kproills. Cabbugc. Salad, Warers. ' llrle Cheese Appl?s Delicate Cake. Coffee. supFiTn. Oyster T.'uvos. Apple ntul Celery K.il.nd. Floating Island Hpoi.go Cake, c'nc on. zU .i ia mc aiici Aki rcWi DA M V lUcU w. t ivi rw wfirvii v - i II ij AMONG THE NEW ARRIVALS Worthy of special notice on account of their exceeding good values. Rain Coats. New style Gnrnieiit in Scotch .Mixed Suiting material, rnin cliroofed. Latest effect in enpe, licit nnd sleeve. Tho style, appear ance nnd service of u iflj.OO yar meat, priced at $12.50. consolation prize -it ibis penitential "i IMIII. Wllell UK Ills .lie t. limned Is found in ill" tack that tin-re ale silll as good iisli m the. sea ,i ever wile caught, and tit it. Iiirtherinnre the meat trust has not u" i bold of them. Now, a- ever, th" -mid.' fi"lu t mun goes down to the sea ii boats and i nines b.n k with huh n i.etr. and there i nn end to the bounty of the en, id sea. If we find ouiselves too lar iiil.iiiil to br niiv of frch fHb ttiere are ill .irietles of salt fili. arisloeralle as well as pleblan, i heap as well ti.j ex pe i.sn i . Hosiery. OVSTKU i,(iavi:r. Ladies' Heavy Cotton Hose. Kasl, Mack, Jul I shaped and linely finished, nit Mirpaseel anywlie-re at l!)e. but for a few days as a Hosiery campaign ojicner the irice is Walking Skirts. The Al.l-Wool Iciinl, well made, in attractive materials, colorinsrs ainl style effects. AVe ii spe cial price and the mh Milne is yours. Not .$4.50 ainl sf.l.rit), but priced at $3.48 and S3-98 EACH. Shirt Waists. In materials for immediate wear yet at a little more Ihan the cost, of making. Alercorized Cheviot, White p-rounel with fine dark stripes, neiit style, extra special value at 79 cents. Fine White .Mercerized mater ials, tucked back, tab front, spe cial at $1.48. a '' Tit. , rm.in. . .1. .1. Wha'en, dem., i.ibsi. i; of nine lion. . .IIS; T. F. Conlnn, rep. rlock. ail: .1 i.. : W A I ' I For ld ll. Q. Stiles, n p . '1 J-Ji, I'. M. ituland. s.ii For Iu pei lot s A. I.. Walker, n p. dem., .-,17: II. e. 1 II. linlnn. dem.. 3'.'. Messrs. Walker, Con- Ion and Win clock w. re elected. Fur W.i id Clerk. !!. M. llorton, rep.. 31 1; lliebatd Hayes, dem., Iffy. WAHD F1VIC. ' l'or Aid' rm.in. C. W lUclinidn.n. n p.. 31.1: II. Wib lard, dem.. Ill; A. ('. Sunberg. snilalNt, 5, I'"or Inspectnis of KleeU.m. Fred .lolionnott. n p . !17: 1". C. Slower, lep.. 31li: C. A. Hilibml, dem. 'Ms; I'. I. Siidlh. lep. W I, hi ai" . m . I.'T: W, H. l..ipt'isi. ! in . -IJ'.i. .M'- is. Smith rit("ue and Laprte were c b eteil. l'or Ward e'lerk F. II. Mie'.ile, rip., yis; F. O. I.atour, dc in , IM. iti:urci:n majoihtv rnu i,iri:Nsn. Inleriit iii lie Hi ne iiietion in Hur llngliin w i- lint mat )ce,. as pi .u 1 1 .ill v no etlnl't bad been lllinle tn e.UTX tile i lt. tin ii. i Iiiiiii iiiliiinn. Cvery ward cm i pt ward ni.e gave a m.iJorlt for license, .ill ln.iigli ilieie was a marked fall ing nft in the Mite as compare .1 with the vote last year The bloody 'bird" gave tlie largest maiority. whu h caused Alder m in Shea In remark: "We vote as we elrlnk in that ward." Tlie vole by wards was as follows: Wards. Yes. No. line HiT. IS Two ."0 IC. Three W! W l'our 21 sr. Five IVi Oyster loaves are a good old Virginia dish, and one that c omtin nils itself to the limis keeper bin dem d with much sewing, as not only il-llilniis. but easily and ii.ii klv pre pated. A an entree for Inrinnl luncheon It is usually made in 'mall ln.nve's or lniM'" while fur home table cm n cold Sunday night or as an emergency IKii a large, crusty loaf like tin- Vienna Is pr-ferrc d. l'or the lat ter eat olf Hie top of file ln.if and scoop nt the crumbs, leaving it like a box. Fill Hie span" Willi msler-i that b.ive In i a 1 i-s Pnamht tn tin si aiding point In their i ,,n ll'iiiid and well -e,ione d with salt. I P Ppi r at' 1 butter. Add a t.ibb i-pooufid nl eie'in pruikle umi" nt the crumbs taken frnm tin loaf on tup of tin nyi-ter. dot with I. Iter and !' pi u the top nf Hie Inn i. Put Into a chipping tun. pour "-nine of the liquor of the nvsti r-i over It. and put inln a bed civil, to i risp Take eire that It dues 'lot senl'i ll. Set "11 l hot plat- d r. slice and serve Some people like th" ' inl'lit in'i of a little lennni j.iiei in tie siiisnnuig For the small b ivis. Pirker llini-e v., K- :re best Cut olf Hie top-, ii move the "oft inside and 1.11 with tlie oyster, whu h have been siabbd, thicken ed with the crumbs, well m. ironed and made ii"li wilb ere. ,ni and butter, f'over eni!t and set m the ovn to 15c per pair. A VERY LARGE STOCK OF NEV7 PATTERNS IN CARPETS AND FLOOR COVERINGS OP ALL KINDS IS DISPLAYED ON OUR SECOND FLOOR. Carpel-., Jiims, Draperies and I iliolstery grinds, double the quality we have shown before and wry carefully selected. - fine assortment of IMPORTED ORIENTAL RUGS and DRAPERIES on sale at specially low prices. Come and look them over. It costs you nothing and we shall be pleased. S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Free to Cash Purchasers Willi crisp. til" a niriiF.u A still th her lllhng for may lo ui.nle using i .no ami half as many mii-lir, Mlv the mushroom and i add ( noiigh cream to nt. Make n whit" spoonful- i o h ing tile ll'ltlld and ere. unj S, leiinin jnie mushroom- ."i d me-; th. a till e i l-p FII.LINC. p. ial oe i i up if e isions i -'r rs mill- .IS o lit! I s v -U r iniulil en I I k, two eupiids allee. u- mtr two t.i: le of Hour and butter, aeld- . ml smrii'g until smoi.ili .laoll With .-.lit, p.ipt'lK.l i : add the ov -ters . id simnn r two or three into the rolls, cjver aid Th that the of 111!' 1. A .ll- III la own in i,i OVSTF.lt CAXAlTsJ. niui h nn tli.' .nne oilier, s iv" I i n ii ' ,( an iirnli" tr an sliei l.r, el i.impi 1 mil in 1 iiiiid" ii un mi- ntul then It led n gnl il or 1 itti r. PI. n e on pK hnlivliiiial p'. it' on the tn. and -e pour the lv ,ter mixture I V i The J. W. McAuslan Co., v- G- woun. """C'i -''''' - rm. ft m The bigsiest and best loaf of thoroughly m Xi JIL-M good bread is one made from Wise Kin Rour. Vftl JTJ WISE KING FLOUR fM Irl-sBi! is not Iike other kmds: 11 IS a sprint wheat i" VtffH jPpraflourmade by the most.skilled millers in the UfsMj llPi lt must necessarily be a perfect' flour. Sjrl! 1 1 m g tou win nave better and whiter bread if jg Xtgal S you use it. Wise housekeepers use Wise WLi Kin8 F'ou''- Vour grocer bells it. i?f hi. ttv I OTI Hit CA.NAPFS Othe r season i avium, i hi esc. Totals JWO Majority for license. SIS. kill canape"' tli.it are thinly at tin aie those nllivl with .un hovy. loli-l. r past. salmon, toasted li.iid-lioiled e ggs. shrimps, sar- ilne-. mnsbreii.ms or Unit. For the lat- I ti r stale sponge cake i.- used Instead of lueail for a found. itimi. while the ailing Is any kind nf fruit pieferred. Its juice In Ing thickened with eornslanh, so that It will not "run." Split tlie spimge cake and fry in butter, '.lie same us tho bread. DEWEY'S PORTRAIT ARRIVES ANCHOVY ('ANA PUS. Will lie Hung III Mate House When licit. .Ilc't'llllilllgh -I'leelH I'lnce. Montpelier. 1'iii -'"' - Ti." poitrait of dmlral lieoige Divviv, p.ilni.il In ihe o, i en. in ail g.ilb ly .it Washington hy Ar.ist W. I) Alurphv ainl wnuli ha- been J. K. it. i:. ii. p. llurke Hrown .... Monabnn ...lei ...US r.in 512 10 Total vote for mayor. -10 loci Names on cheek 1 1st... ISO liurke's majority 17 Hurke-'s plurnlity :7 Hrown's innjoiliy .... e", Iliown's plnralitv !) Hurke s majoi ity, 170. Huike's plurality, Z0 n.i7 102 10 S.V) lOdS I", iO.", 211 111 pui'i lm-ed liy iliiveinnr Mce 'ulloiigli. has irrived at Abmlpi Her 11 I- In Hie custody of Sergeaiil-nt-Arn-.1. YV Ihock. and tin; box will not lie opened lint. I Hie arrival of (Inventor 51e Culloush, wlm will direct wlnre II is to be hung In the SI" to lloue. I'l e sittings lieg.iu I isi June and tlie por trait was lecently completed. !l.i 771 in; in 121 nt Ft.flIH llt'TTUrt MAnKKT. KIrIii, Kelt. 20. Putter ruled firm to day ut 2f.i , tho samo us last week. Sales for tho week 127,503 iiounds. WARD ELECTIONS. WAP.D ONK. For Aid, rm.nn. F.lihu H. Tuft. rep. 1M; A. !,. Daniels. dom., 1H; l nomas M alley, socialist, 3. l or School i ommle-sloiKr. M. I.. Powell, rep., ll.-.; II. A. Thick dom., 10S. l'or Inspcctora of Flection, II. J. Dill uc. dem., 117; F. 10. Perkins, lep., 221; J, 11. i liambiis, dem., 222; A P. Howi'll, rep,, lul. .Messrs. Perkins, Chamliers and Dunne were eiectcel, For Ward ("lerk. A. Ji. Austin, rep., 113, Thomas Tulley, dem., PH. WAHD TWO. For Alderman. Oermnln Cieriiialn. dem.. CM; r,. ;, Trick, rep., amj John McMillan, socialist 11; !.. H. rtdsit. rep., 2. l'or Inspectors of Klectlem. AV. J. Hlgi'low, rep., Wi2; llemiiii Crola r deiu., I SB. A. II. Dllhamel, rep.. -1; Jo seph Ag-nl, deiu., 173; C. D. Hloekvvell di m., John Ilohy, rep., liH. Messrs lllgelow, Duhamcl and Croker wero ducted. For Aurd Clctk. A. i:. King, rep., 3; II. J. MuNully, deiu., 432. sAIln Timun. For Alderman. J. n. HeiiurPBiird, rep.. 21S. J. V. Court ney, dem., 621 j U .1. fjiillle. socialist, 12. For School Commissioner. M. lj. Sanborn, rep., 'i'l; .1. I. Fugere, flem., (03. For Inspectors of Ulectlon. Thomas Knlley, rep.. 7fi5: T F. Ahonrn, rep. 1H7; Jules Slniavs. item., Wi Thomas Mcflcttrlck. dem . ttfl. Messrs. Fallcy, HImuys and Slcdettrlck wero elected, l'or Ward Clt ilt, A. It, Sr i'lcno, rep., 19S, F. N l.atour Fry or toast thin ; four Inches long and Tlugecl,v Awl'lcel. Just in tlie nick of tlmn e.nr little boy was saved,- writes .Mis. .vi. vvatKins or Pleasant City, Ohio. "I'm uniiuil.i. had played sad havoc with him mid n terrible cough sei In In subs. Doctor.- 1 1 ted him. but be gtevv worse i v erv ela.v. At ngth we tried Dr. Kings New DHiov- eiy for I'liiisunipllon. and our il tiling was saved. Hi's now sound, nnd well." ICvcrybody ought to know, It tlie only sum cure for t'uugns. oius nun an i.ung dlscan s. (luar.inti ed bv .1. w O Siilllvnu and all tlriiggi-ts. Pine We and ?U'". lrl.il linttles ff.e. FORMER VERMONT PASTOR. s. v. .Muss. MoDunVe Sudden Hell III of Ilei In Springfield, Springfield, Mass., Feb. 2S. The IteV. Samuel V. McDuifio, aged i?i, a Fongio- galional eleriyman, died sueldcnlv of heart lallure at bis homo m iius cuy lo.uay. lie was born In r.iilnlh, Vl. His last iiiistornto was at Tlietlord, Vt., from 1st") to W nasted, butler well and -ea.-on with salt pper and Jiit a suspicion nf mustard. When unite ioli make a giill or lattice itti rn of small nm lmvy tlllels anel 1111 the sp-ues lietvve en tlie till is with the Ik.- and white of ll inl-bnilcd eggs hupped line and separately, and .irnun.l Hi" edge put a bonier ol line ('hnppe-d .irslev. Arrange on a fancy napkin or a late. ("Ill and h'egnr may lie added at h" table In fore lining. This pieparatlnn f anchovy i- a favoilte lmrs u'oeuvro nt laboiiiie luiKluor.s or dinners. pussii'.n.rni:s of anchovy. The possibilities or am hovy as rt de- bglill.il relish, lo be used in any number of wavs. ale not as Well I cc ngulzi il a.e yet III lids cnuutrv as they ale alucul 'I lie liovv I- a small llsli of the herring amlly, i aught in ci..intiiie s in the .M, di et raneaii, on Ine Nniwegian coast and Isi where, and se nt to this market in the inn of an es-euce, or pasti , or pai lied In In Ine and oil in the latter form they oine both in Jars and small kegs, the liter, the Norwegian am hovy, being con sidered the be-t. 'I'o picp.ire them foi a simple leli-b. soil; in i old wall r for ai. hour or two alter removing tn m Irnm tile keg. tpllt, t ike nut tile backbone .ind iv. In olive oil. When i..l.v lo u.-o wit"' mil pile e.n a dainty dish with a ganiHll if cut leiiinii or h.iril-liolleel yolk of egg put through a ricer, and a Utile" cin ppi'd paishy. I be-e are CMill.nl app. I l.ers and muy ,be usi d to Inlnsline a lorinai dluner. as a the savory "lioul" whieli pre cede s the, de ert. WAHl 1 1 NHTON NOTF.S. AV.i-hlnuloii. March l.-.MIss 11. A. Flint has been i e i ommi-nileil for appoiiitmcut as noslniastrr at I l.incoi k. t. Cbnrlit. K Pitts has 1 n appointed imal letter earlier mi route No. 2 to lie started fiom North Cl.uendoil, Vt., In the early sptlng. Greene's Warrair.eil Syrup ol Tar lias cured mnro coughs nnd colds, nnd llko Ills, than any other remedy, ninl It always will-always. Vvo am so suro It will that wo warrant every buttlo, nnd hi fact Ciavo a written guaratitoo with every diugRisl " reriinu you your money It It falls to cure Don't you think wo must bo fnr" m liow it will act'.' Wo (ire not phllanlhroplsiH because wo pell you our remedy inroiign your druggist for 25 cents, 60 rentR nnd Jl 00 ner bottle, but we elo dlsllko to hear anv one (otigli. Perhaps you may find a drueclst who hasn't II. lull It's doubt fill.-if von elo, leavn your nider Willi htm. be can get it at ln wliolesaler. Jim have surely heuid of our remedy heroic Hits: havo you ever irled it' itemenilicr. yuu (an get your monoy hack If It iloesn t cur" PJvmi), dues ot bread about IWO Inches wide. If ndn'toritlon. To make it. bone a numb, r an b.ivi. - that have be ui Weil fi in i nil vv-'ter. and noiuiil to a i.. limit. ir - .isoning witli r very llitl- ine. la ori'.er t' giv il tin" leh e ed the viM,. of enm'nerie a f( w droj Vegetable cai-mln," mav be added e J. ai are going lo u" it Immediately sli r eoial Is effective. It docs not well, however, and should not be u-i the paste Is to be kept on hand iv r - i.r r it lob- eel ll If any length of time. Tlie paste may be pnckeel away In one of the little choege or beef e.tr.t Jirs anil covered with paraffin" where It makes an appetizing nildltinii tn tlie stomroom emergency supplies. n i-h with a lit or -"i-ii. ot Ml 1! Ii d t po .,tij, - ilnto. i. On a cool nuir more a pii"t izing nrc , k - i he ipm -s n it r . it ll ol 111, lllo-t ,1-ie l " 1, eg' Hie (ill' I- in. i ,, I . glowing lb", m. iv b. 1 ile 1 i .! p, .1'" ! vv Willi" It 1 ' It ll I- pap' V IS r cooki d 1" f-nelv chop, wati re reps and alv i there IF, 'he 1 r a 1 vet" tl, red gi ti r ANCHOVY FSSKNCF.. Anchovy essence, which makes lastv addition to llsli sauce, Is nne hovy paste dlss'ilved in good then stralne 1. such a simply Ing.ir. ANCHOVY SAITF.. Adl ,n 1 irge tabb spoonful of tin to a pint of drawn butter sauce. ei-"llent served with fish, sc illops and nny fish lechaiiffi. Tin- l t un'inl -, of but; ve -ae ltsponii i da-h IIHP.niNe; AC OP.ATIN br. .i I grate il or p ,t in lie ly with crumbs. ai.il I '1, t tl oi lt I ! i rnnil - w II i ll, C-. ami .1 -1. v Sju'ii M" t 11, I- of ll. I I I ll' . 1 t ll'l 1 p. i re- V ll ,n hi rrmg lew th. ! butt. red. li'tl mil w itli p, pi 1 g, pi 111. o! 1 n. Cov i r esc end bake lit teen minutes m 1 1 1 a g. I. '.tier a a '. - w ,th i 1. y r of eed . hr 04 i r ai I lav altern.ite- w i tli n ire ' utter inJ 1 blown. PICM.HD i U.l.inNOS. i (.. ANCHOVY PASTH. While the In tars all home k' en er n-l'li ring biltll belle r. paste mines ni, I'. ,i'iv tor use, i pie It r to in ik the hoii"-in.i'l" ly put up many good their own pre pur Uioa edit apcr ned lin suliji i t to GOOD PRINTING ANCHOVY TOAST. Put n he-aplng tablespoonful ill a cup and set In a larger boiling water. Add .1 se.itn s.i the best curry povvibr. .ml : cayenne. As soon as the butter melts, stir 111 two well-beaten eggs mixed Willi a tiaspniinfiil ami a half of anchovy paste, and Mir constantly until the mixture! nnn and tniikeiw. Konmvo at mire from Hie lue or it will curdle ll.ivo in dy imill rounds or stripes oi brown ton-t Spread thickly with tlie mixture. spilnkle with grated Parmesan cliei-e and serv e at inn e. ANCIIOYIF.S Willi OI.IVFS. Take the stones nut of as many olives as are clestieit and till t " cavities Willi boned alu hovy pounded tine ntul "Jensni Willi e tlnv lit nf onion juice, cayi nne and a little paisley. All. ing'' on sm ill riiumls of bread browned in butter. Ji t before si rvlng sprcml with a light die-.. Ing of ninyonnnlso nnd irrange In circles on a pretty hors d'ouvres dish. ANCHOVY SAl.AD. Take a half dozen ol these appetizing Utile ll-h. wash, skin, and bono and soil; 111 water for hilf an hour Drain and ilrv nnd separate into llllets. Cut two boiled potatoes into slices, and i hop line one pickled en, iiinlii r anil one slice of pickled bei't. l.lne a s.'lael bowl with lieiirt leaves of letttii'e lay on tlie potato, sprinkle with pepper, but do not add sail, as the fish supplies that. Now 1 iy in thn nnrhin'les and strew over them tine chopped pickle, pour over all n plain salad tin -sing, garnish with slices of hard boiled egg nnd olives, and servo with bzrowti or ryo bread. Pro. ore i ir.ps; iiit m i.k in i ' irg the vv pi rind. 1 1 il'i done j ir Pi vinegar in a tvvo t.lbl, ,oo i d wat' r. t , haves ati.l tv, and simmer g "lie si lo t i , into the jar n t.lbl, -p urn fill ilovi-. i tab' p, i- ami i IN, 1- ,n I V ise,l. I 7 1 til, -tn ill Imp, liia.N in,! lor two d iv -il tutlt- 1 in ilrv and 1 -pi n't i : vv Iv.t, in ov ,-r t1 " in f : ig .f li .it .-'. ' '. . i vv ,, ',!.' i ni h A a. n ' i i" 1 1 in I., b. if "i . po. I i- fr.l nt.il ", ,1 ll," lite .1. d ber iN and li., ug u that , I i a W ill" nd.l ' lb ' IV tie , l.i - th ben nigs will b" ir and i n.nlv L.M.MA PADDtiCK THl.l ' 'IIU. Working' (Iv ell line. 'laid lire 1. -bin 1 U If. 1". t in .- i SI in i Ha--. 1. 1 'v Ing in start. 'J iciore Dr i hour laws ai, little vv ni ki r- ilN Millions ilvv i d d iv. i ni leg I inh. -' 'i.-tip.it ton. Sit U I i li I iv i r lid 1 1, vv pic. is. int. -at" sur i .- ,im in - i ,.l . I. d- I I'V t ee N w vv rk, i--.. ill u1 'es at M.irv S ott. who bis been recelv h hi. i it atleiit ,.m in l'i i u. lias for t'hl.O a. id Al -lelil.l.e M.inv neotilf onlcr printiuy: of us regularly BY MAIL They re, ceivo the same painstaking care and attention, and the same low prices, that are ivcn thoc v'o call personally If You need bus ness stationery, or if you are join"; to yet out advertising matter of any kind, send it to us and be assured that it will he well done, at a reasonable pric". Free Press Printing Co. BurlitiiTton V . ni.oATin: saIjAD. Not h ilf so nrlstocratlc nnd expensive yet unite as appetizing is u snlael in.iilo if plain, i veryd.iy bloaters. Sonk and pre pare in the same way as the amli'ivles lione and nit In pieces. Put tlie heart leave's of lettuce or bleached endive in tho salad diesslng and set on Ice until very cold. Serve with a garnish of olives, pre Icrable the ripe ones. 'SaiTr.c.' il x-o.tr ttty r m tt& tj.t B .t ? 1VJ r UUK1U1 tVi U W the SOUTH. MEXICO $ and CALIFORNIA. not n. i if thi: fi WOHI.n-ltKNOWNlJD SOUTHERN'S PALM LIMITED Now York to St. Augustine, Fla. arNSUT l.toii i i:d a.nsi.x MiVY OMi ll) M-VV OKLKA.XI ,i, . ..nn. . ,., i, i, Cn.nf l.tmlleil Iii Ciillfnriibl 'IVtvethcr l'ullinn cvpilfipca tmUw lo et. i.i.. ....I all S..UI hrti r.rfi, M. innniti; v r pri.tiu M.r. ........ .- A IlltlCAK FAST D1SU OF HI.0AT1115S. Cat off the head nnd tail of tho fish, loosen the skm at the ne. k with a knlio nn, i ii.a.iiiii' ii Hrmlv between tho knife , and linger, pull It rf Split the hsh with 1 1 ..i...... ... ii-.. .. . iti.i liiii 1. Initii r.tul I il llill 1 It II II I-. i" 1 1 1 i ' .if .if. j Hoai; 111 rum aur vrr hik'h i iuu r..ri.k-t tr, .i.i ihii rm tA'.iitv nir utri tn 1 wutor iip.tiIv .it tin Imii1Ip l' ' t r Ii i . . .it I., I.. ,. Iv li n,. illdli r i tin i. mill.- .ijtt v 4 i.r ImMor .nil fi, Imlic in a'jiot oven for t ' t r ihinn mm reini it..tif inn ltMiti to b i rirtviitmenc. ti ..Ij u.,h..a,I trnilt fioiUlHMll lEjiilwHV I A't fa ti C H r IIHIIIW-.U Iloptnn OiTlre. No. tit iVavblnfrt -n St, iivr iiiivriff. lamciiii . k flki W A. rcilK. . llAiePvylcK, I P. T. 21.. eei'ii. i ft. a, i.. I Wathlnirtcn, P.O.