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THti KURLINQTOV PHtSE pmm. T'nTHSD VY.
HAS 42 CHILDREN Pres. Smith Informs Senate Com mittee That He Has 21 Sons and 21 Daughters. HIS EXAMINATION OYER A Mormon Woman the Xet Witness before the Committee Uni lleeti Slurried Into n lMurnl Mnnlnge Since (lie .llniilfcfu f tsiiu Conlil Nut 1 Imbue It. Washington, March 7. Proslclont Jo seph V. Smith was on tho h tii till before the Fciutto entnmittce on prlvllt".rPN uml elections when tlio second Wf-.t-k of the hearing in tlio moot caso iipeuud lo-diiy. J,H osuii.n. itlon was lli;iishcd uml a Moitnon woman was rull.-il to testify. llO lit. (if 11, n fll-af l,1f1,.na cnfiinlml Mneo t tult was u litiilc Hhow.-d tlu, t plltr' ('' the defendant, el. .,..,. I'-VCrt-ll i ATKINS POUND GUILTY. Oilier IIiimIiicmh In Wnnlilnitlnit County Court, Montpeller, March 6. Tlio Jnrv In tho enso of Stitta vs. Cleorgo Atkins of Wnr ren, Indicted for u brooch of Urn pence, brought In a vordlct of Kuty Saturday morning. It Is expected the case, will bo hi uiu supreme rutin on exceptions. The. case of Doyle v. Lepage sot for trial Saturday morning; was Bottled unit discontinued. This cisu had been onco tried In Washington county court nml was brought to recover for the valuo of n horse killed by falling Into a well In the defendant's pasture. The defendnnt paid the plaintiff $40 In settlement. The ctmu of Chnso vs. Catn, trespass, uhlch was next for trlnl, wub also set. tied Saturday mirnlnj; by the defendant paying the plaintiff J17.M. The breach of pronilso case of Marie M.tssticcn s. Domlnlco Tomasl Is now on trial. The plaintiff Is at present u resi dent of this city nnd the defendant Is on the May from Italy, where hu bus bvn vlidtlng mice last BUintnor, The plaintiff was on lhn stund nearly all of Saturday forenoon. She testllled nm( she met the defendant In Italv, where a re. llginus marriage ceremony was perform ed by an Italian priest but when she and lonuiM anlvid In this country ho re fused to have a civil man-lago ceremony perlormid and later married another Woman In Italy. The defendant claims that the plninti.'l Winked for )a 1 lit but re fused to many him and that ho had paid her In full for nil the labor performed by her for him. The amount of tlumiiget olutnii-tl In this suit Is saox). v. a. Und aim j . i: t ui leiuii aie counsel for i)iiimiiu anu J. r. Lamsou and .T TI S E Mrs. Grandfleld Attempted to End Her Life by Taking Some Kind of Poison. IS DETERMINED 10 DIE Says She Will Try .cnln Iter lltixl.niiil Died Itecently nuil Insanity In rltii;. jested An Attempt to Stop 'I'rriillns: In AVii-ilihiKtoii County Siilocmo. jounci territorial Judges were w tho it tveption and tb.it all of them had forntorlv sent Mormoim to prison jr-r p HVK.iuii'ti . coh iliilatioii. The pur pose .-1 ti ls was to deny the infetviiee that the Mormon ('lunch dominates the court-- .Mr. Wortliincton re.nl a ll-t or senators nnd representative elcicd in i tan since tiie ir.iiiircsto of H-fiO to id nw fie ppn piling.- of Mormons to Ori-t.!' Tlio witness was asked in ret- ird to each- "Wan Tie a Mormon or " ' ''tl'i- I" regard to Frtiul; .1. Paii in. wlio was elected to the Hon ntc Mr Smith said: "He was classed us .1 "Mormon, but he was a poor one." At the ( inclusion of the examination In r ird to the courts and personnel of i ic nun on the bneeh, Iho hea.rliif,' v.ij. il. oiencri until biter In the day. I i n the hearing was resumed the 'llht of ( 1 'I slnto 1S10 thai Proal. had was taken up. I want to be Impertinent. fact that there have been d Mr. Taylor. like that," was tlio an- dr ' Smith h Now 1 don bu' i W( -n 1 '5 ' ' it -thi' iv I' Mr Smith protested against clvlnir a ' r i -iiu-nient of his ihlldren, par He. il ir. by lus '-first wife his legal wifi he said. "Ho you Include the number of ehll. dren ytm have Kid by this woman since the manifesto of JSW in the number of children you havis had by all your wlvej since that time?" asked Senator Jloar. "I do," was the response Mr, Taylor nijahi askid for a detaile.1 schrd'di of Mr. .Smith's children born since isnn, over the protest of Mr. Smlt.li, Clialrman I'nrnnvs illrected that the. (nun lion Ik- answered. Mr. .Smith .ne a list of children by the wives in the order m which ho married them. The list is as follows: 1y .TuJInn -IMith and ltachel. S.ir.th Asennth and .Icnneta, Kdivi -Maltha and one child which Morse was brought t .iiiie uoiui.ii ior inn insane at Wat bury S.iturdiv afternoon and lodned .inn in iovuu i.iii oi me case arratnst him for foruery. t'oiirt took a reccs Sat in day at'trrnoon until Monday afternoon at two o'i lock. AViiterbnry. March C Mis. S.ullo (Irnn lleld attempted suicide Saturday moinlim' by taklim poNnn. It Is not yet known what kind ot pobion she took". Her hus band died a short time nuo ami she has determined to kill hersell. She refusoM to tell the clicuinituiiees of the cave, but only rays she will trv atmln. There is some thotisht of Insanity. Mis. tlraniield resides with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Funds i'.lekford. on North M iln siieet. T. After she tool; the poison she became In immediately m and only bv oiilck mulieal HAPPY MOTHER'S I TOUCHING STORY Of Baby's Dreadful Suffer ing from Eozema. CURED BY CUTICURA. Now His Skin Is as Whlto as a Snow Flake. the II. DAUGHTERS OP VERMONT. ri'ittli Annual 'rueda Mrs. Ileelliiit 111 lloslon on "WcC'iilliuiuli ,, (Jucni, aid was she tP'np'ert to lie. Ihromjh. ATTK.MI'T (Spei l.il P tin At nrst it was i ,-iso itlli t but II lt- Vll O STOl the to 1 1'C TIt,:ATINii. liostni, M ir. li i clal oisani.'.iti .n -Anions the lentlliiK so- Of Wollli II lii.-l. .......I In ltostou Hie Daughters of Vermont has I a verv n -. i. j i.. i nsiU-e Ihiiir the Mist nr. I Kanl.aiiei of women born in other States, to lie fonilo.l l.ete. Its inc. Iltloll was' due Ir. M,ss Helen M, Winslow and Mrs. I.arhara N. C.ilnlu. who sent i,m m ..ii for til. M-t lui.lim; In l-'ebruary. IS'M Karly In Hi,, follow lnR March, a little enl telle ol Vermont Daughters'1 resiilliiR In or near lio-ton met at the Paiker House uiul formall orK.iul7.ol this social club, which was Incoi porated in .liuie. 1W7. So Im ri asitiHly popular has It proved that the limited membership has Ion been lill.il and the club observes its Pith mini vci,iry on Tuesday, with a full innmi,.,r. Montpi ller, Mutch C -Stale's Attorm v .lohn II. Seni.'i' ba t-ilo-ii a hind In the enl'ori ement ot Section of the lie, r-rj law mil'. In 'one nldih pn.hiblii tie.ithiK at liny lic iv i I till, c. All. Senter lit jesti of llfv.t cles lleeU'T'i. !lc( ic-cs, In n-.i! ;i that a pood dial ol i made to hhn that the i of the licence law Is b , the jirsi da. I "and you u Is broiii-hl t ol a vlolallon of tilt rd.v to all holders and In "r ai.d ,ii '! eoiiniv a notl'.. omplnltl. 1 IS lieell nil II-1 rt'ii 1 1 n it 1 1 also Iiir lulated in all heeii'-o plneiM in till" t. Untitled tlvit It iviilruee me iii niv oiliehil cati'i'div sei tion of the Mot isy By died. Hy Hy Alice-Fkldlne. Jesse and Andrew. Mary Silas. Allies. James nml nmv be t.ilvin. He s.ihl he did not know the ago of the last named. Mr Taj lor (liiestlnnml tl;e witness as to tl e . srts of .--eieral ol' the chlldlen and Mr. Smith ansueivd: : am not In the habit uj carrjlus birth records about with inc." iioth the prosecution and the defense Minouaccil that they were thnniu'll with Mr Siolth fi r the prestiit. but Ix-iur.' he was alliiMil to leave the stand ('hairman I i i r.-ws iuiiiilri d : ilnw ininy tluldreii have Mr S roth ' , r tttc' was the answer, I 1 J 'iiK, n 1 1 am proud ol ' OI 1 llf t i. Mr Sinl'h nld Joseph Smith, Jr., found ir of thr Ionium Chinch, was a polyam Ist Sumter Overman said that he had a pamphlet sayhiK that Jesus Christ was u polywamlst. Turning to Mr. Smith he asked 'Is that wh.it your chinch tenches?" 'No s r ' w i the ! espouse. "Wliat we If full I- Hut JiMn CliiKt wis descended thio'ifli i hi. line of uolvtr imists through I.iio and dowii to Abraham." snip oi ,, aiwi lii on the waiting list, a full ussoi late menib'Tship of IK, and thrifi on tin wallini; list. It also ban n ,lli i,,o-,,ici,. ed honorary membership of prominent women who have lived In Vermont. interesting preparations have been made tor the loth anniversary of the club on Tuesday, which will 'take the form of a luncheon to bo Riven at the Vendonio at one o'clock. There have b.ien acceptances from Mis. MeCiilloimh, wife oi tiio present Roiernorof Vermont; Mr uti I mall lrive to prosefilte." Mr. S.nler h.is nNo -ent a eommtuili a 'tlon to the holders of fifth class licences tirslni; upon them the necessity of i x ,trenie caution in llllini; prescriptions of I ph.vslcliins callltur for intoxicai hit; Ibp or. lit Is not thoimht there have been miny violations ol this leature of the law, anil very few. If any, in this city h.n. be, n wilful. Mates, wife of (Jovernor Hales of .Mnuk.,' ii... eoiiseus, anu .urs. Uulld, wife of lJeu-tenanl-CIovcrnor Culld. It Is hoped also to have the pleasure of seelni; ami hear ing from Mis. Doi r and Miss Winslow, who have been unable to attend the club meetings for some time. Mrs. (hilpln Is also to be the truest of the club. The alter luncheon exercises will be contri buted entirely by u,0 club members and promise to be both ontertaliilnt' and intorcstiuK. I'OUTIl'.M, V1CTOUS CHI.KIir.ATi:. Harre, March C The supports of Maor liaiciay in the iccent municipal election, to the number of 100, gathered in the l!;irre flntidte Manufacturers' rooms In uie i rinuie ,v .werlll block last tiluht to I'elebrate their victory. Titer" were specclies with sonps int-rspi rseil, follow " A tcrrlbls rash broke out on Char lie's poor little face, ami upread to his neck, chest ami back. I hail never seen nnytliln(t quite, llko It before," writes Mrs. Helena HatliofS21 10th Ave.. N Y. City. " The skin roto In little lumps, aim mutter ciitno out. My baby's skin was hut, nml how lie illil suflcr. Ho otildu't eat, nnd nlultt after nlwlit 1 vtilkcd tlio floor ltli him. weak .is I wn. nftnn I l,.,,l V. f w.vv,,, . nan stol' liecatise 1 & felt faint and my back throbbed w ith pnln. Hut tins vroist pain of nil was to see my pour little hoy buniing with thoso nasty surcs. At lust 1 was persuaded by a 1'rletul across tliu stieit to try the Cutlcnra Uemedles. She rhvis tue some Culleura Ointment I think tliu box was ihout half lull and a plcccof CutlcuraS ap. I followed the directions, bathing Cliatllu and puttittt; that nice Ointment on tliu sores. Mule by Utile, but jo surely, Charlie and I bo h sot mora peace by day and n oie Met p by nlaht. The sores sort of dried tip and w, m invav, ami now Charlie Is cured com- pletrU'." " Vex. that fat little boy by the- win dow is Charlie, and Ids Mlu i"s as white as a snow (lake, thanks to the Cutlcnra Ketnedle.s. I think everybody Miould know nbout the Soap nnd Oititm. nt, and IC It is jjoinu' to help other mot hers with sick babies, go nhead and publish what I have told you." Soli tSmtichniit tt wnrl.t. Cutlcn-n rolTnit, ,Vi. fin form of diner,!.:.. Co.tfii lt!U. J5r per Till of r.i, Olnlmr.il. .We . B.i.p, llr IlfpoUi I.on,l-.n. '; rh.ri.r. hftuM Sq i PiH.. 5 Ku. ,k It fail. Ku.:on. I ' Columtmj f. Fntt.r llruir Chem Crtrt,.. Solf Hrr.r,. mr bai tor " All About tha Skts, tsialp tui Jf Krreti mints. The supper menu Included Ktcen turtle Koup, ollvts, pickles, lilsh stew with Krcen peas, watercress, siikii e icese, Sauterno Jelly colored Kteen, plstiiche cream, watermelon cakes, Ki-eeti ten nnd crenm de inenthc. An excellent Imitation of "C'riilskeeti Lawn, ' wltlftftit Its Incendiary Ingredients, tilled tho bin punch bowl that occupied u prominent position In n comer draped with Irish tltiKH and placarded as "Ulnrncy Castle." There was ti lavish display of preen In evety nook nnd corner, A lilir Irish IIhk, hem Ins tho Inscription "Krlti ru HraKh," drapml thn entrance to the dining room, and electric. Unlit bulbs cast their em erald lino over tho scene. HAUTHUNK JKM.Y. j hoau two t.-ihlcspoonfuls Kranulated Kelntlno In u hair cup of cold water for twenty minutes. 1'our over Dm i,n....i Kelntlno a cup and a half of bollbiff water and stir until completely dissolved. Add n cup nnd u half of sauterno, four uiuicsiooihuis ot lemon Juice and a cup of nranillatril sm?ar. Color with leaf qreen or spinach Julep, siraln, pour Into a shallow pan, chill nnd cut Into Inch cubes. This may be i-ervcd In cups made by hollowing out iirnii apples, In kI-iss shetbet cups or the little paper salad cases. J. W. M9.AU SLAM COMPANY I ISL 458 CHURCH Lots of Interesting Store News To-day. FOULARD SILKS. Just in istock lo-tlny, Beautiful I'allfi'im, Fino Qunlily, Lnrttc As Korlincnt, Lowest Prices in the city for ctitnil valuo and onlv G9 cents per yard, 27-inch White Shantung Pongee Silk, extra value nt 50 cents. 30-inch White Shantung Pongee Silk, trood as the best, 85 cents. Corded Wash Silks, perfeet ootls, not ext meted colors, 45 cants, Fine Black Taffeta Silks, 1!) inelics wide, best grade in the city Speeial at 39 cents per yard. under ode, !;!it:vr Jap. Rugs .aler If the de. nr.it Inns are In ,, , ".5 I nr.'Ti, .oi thev fn -pieutly are, .'i()X I '2 illclloS. Verv liiilplsoiiii' ANOTIir.ll IP.1KII I'ATtTV. At another 'fit. Patrick's Irish parly" III Now Yoih the pallor was ailailKnl to loo); 111;,, an ,S), ,1,1,1,,, .Seum.is .Mae. M.uiiih lend selei lioti fi om his recent book of sketch, s f Irish life and chur-.leb-r, and n voimu IrNh Ruest sanp a miiiiucr oi jrisii mi in, lies to the harp, .ininuK be applo ii. iv, on j while nnd u .ii h nii.isuuiiner int.rtalnnieni. when li'e color vi( i, ,.,,. m bi"p. to deceive mil, Into the belief that a is , i,, even If the He re, i, etii, ,.. ilHTir.nl I. tie. me the lollowbirt: lltlSIf MdSS SALAD. a di a baniil'nl or the nmsu vrv ihrr oiiKhly In hut wat"r, and ..ak In told '' I v-r I. r an h'.-r. I' eir o,er tl..' clu.-liis a oinrf or lioilb i; water, ai.il sliiinvr iinlll iisoU-,,l aii tin. Jur.r of two or tluee Idnmis .mil a Uiu,. color-In-'. .Hid strain lino a h illow pan S.'t aside to chill nnd h-inb n Just before frervlinj uit.inire snme crisp lettuce leavrs In th.. s ihnl ,wl Cut lb,. joUV lino ' ubes anil heap in the middle of the dub. a.rrniifid the nii.i-s with a bonier of miM'il I'lioppul tint npphs nil ccl.tr. and di ess Willi s.uiee t.irl.in. Any prepara tion of Irish mo" is cxccedliiKlv beneilecil in a "en of liilt.itlon r the t'hroal or ,i sev re cold, mmbliilnit noutlsliment and In .illl.tr. It may be used n a plain Jellv. or iiunbliud wllh ,iuv kind of trull ami M-r,u with whlpiici cream or whit ' illi e. Corsei Bargains. Two nuinlieis from tho manu facturers df C. B. a La Spirite Cor sets, one ol' lip. best known makes. TIicm' a iv tvoiibn. jfl.oo Corsets. This week nt 79 cents. Japanese pud e.'lllliot Ii" lulil eostiutr nil,.,. last I'ul'M's. N'ntii tliink of the price at $1.48 each. Oriental paltenis, at s i trln IVmn Kiio--the iiriee and aiv tlx linn M0 see .'IIP I them Lace Bargains. L'oflO yards fresh new Laces, edixes antl insertions for all IciiuW of uses. .Many matched pat i 'Tin and very pretty effect. Sei them in show window, Choice at 5 cents per yard. -M.'ireh ,S Coupon good for dou. ble Triitlintr Stamps witli the cash purchase of a WINTER COAT as advertiser! at 53, $5, $7, $10, l"i' coats worth from $7.!1S to -7.r,n. Good Until March 12. S. & E. Green Trading Stamps Free to Cash Purchasers fhe to WcAusInn Co., I i in DEM Jr m 1 .- said I I a. su'ronn, Mnnii;tpr. km'A'i ic or; .insKPir t.auuk.nt lilltl.IXOTON. stati: or V1JH.MONT. Ol' District of Ch t. te o( i. n ed j oy tne s.'iniK of refieshnieiits. K. 1). , vMien was clialrman of the meeting and uie loilowlnq- persons responded: M.ivor I till. mi liurclay, Pilncipal f. IC. IlolIIs- iter or (.oddard Hrniln.irv, i: 1,. Smith lie.aii(ier uoiiion, H. II. Forsyth, the i hcv. . n. Davenport, Abrain .Mann, F. 'I. nowianii. K. !I 'r.'ivnlne WHO,,,, William Alexander and .lames Campbell. BERLIN PARSONAGE BURNED you, now, '"'1 boys :Wcl.,' OI10 A WOMAN CAI.LHP r'lnra Vtah II then rnllnl M-s. of Pern; county, Ii iMUH neeii . . i. d . to It- Min i' tin- in niifesio or rdy said slo was bntn tn 1 .veais .ipo and went Willi t'tiih win n sho was two AlabrI Kcjii od w , i n pi ! 'nam ISM. M.S. ),(ii Alli.U', .N i . . her 1 in i.tn to yens old. Hrr paients w ru Mormons. Wipwhs tauKbt the proprielvof plural mar. ilayes The lainily moved to Dims, Mcx ii o, when she was about fkiur years old, wl ir .i lived until she wus 17 when sho we m.i'i'l d in Janus 1 'rain is Johnson, whi illicitly had tino wife. She met th jir . win ami tlu-y had "a slight Inter tew' 'i In tu u wife, gave her content to tn rr.iii-i uirir.. Mr .nil Mi Johnson and lialiy and tie Anna-- di)e from Dl.i. to .Inure?:, JUv t) he mi.rrlod. After lioinff t en . w.'hs sho was married at t n n i' "f , (' McDonald, tho coun s I , tl In m prosidput tf tho Mor jnoi ,- m in istu; by ISriKhum Vouns. i" 1 . with John.' on about fivo r, I the tlmo in tho sumo w i i t',e tnst wifo and part of i-ri. nv iv from Mr. and Mrs. John ; nil si e has two clilldlon by J, , won. one of whit h In- U'lW II v- BARRE ALDERMAN DRUNK. ?"f 1 ti i t I M I tit " ! ' r I v r r til t Jl c in i ' rx ' Ji.i In. , ,.. 0 fin ive r i I' . i lie lr d I' .it i .iiitf.il fieill , U In e e ' it niarri I o lu.s i ,vi ' md I i ips a .Mm r l-lte ciilil.i I the m i thelc wi Ih.-r Vieni W.1S ' that I to IV Mr. Jrthpson and about a Mr. Kennedy, hildrun. Her Fro! eopallan, d 'I I ere r -,li. red 1 lis' kerl her reineinbor eei-eiiiony present Mr. md Mr Mu pr.iyer, but "tood up nnd 'i' "lions thin pti d tu n tip aid I .Me. .i r tu tl e n-eninpnnlod. Atizon.i, where i ttato dopart- ed pile t'l iite fron ,p,l. Ftand "ui tin i c i w ' - -hi -op id "U.U I could not art ,i,iy longer. " . i ni Heated rWlUV" oshetl nn n l i now, calllni; fur nn explan- ' N i ir I war. not." li ilr.r Hoar aski d t)ie witness If alio I d I- e, lyr ii ,my form of marriaiiu certlll i.i'n t'run Apostlo Voum; and abu rcplhil th i . he hud not. Air orlhlnKton on cross-examination nslfeil if Ehe did not knuw that liriKliam V uiiK Is now dead. Vt.i, 1 heard so it few weeks apo." She did not know Mr. McDonald was dead, nor did she knew If her Unit hus band Js llvlui; or dead. DEATH HOUSE IS FULL. Thirteen CTmivlrtril jtmrtliTcm Awnlt IvTccutlon ill hlnir Sinn. Os-inim;, n, v March 7,-Thoro nro now 13 convlctfsj murderers In tlio death house In film? Sini? prison and Wurden Johnson pays there is no room for any more. There worn orlfilnally accommodations for fljjht prisoners In tho death houso, but the num lier of cells has been Increased. Unltl ro e ontly 10 was tho highest number of con demned men that occupied tho death house nt one t rue. The last man to bfi received was tatterman, -who was convicted of tho murder of u woman In nn east side hotel In New York city. I'lncd 111 City Court Monday for the ODfllNC T'.itre. Man h 7. Aid, rmnii .Tnlin T Mn. ICeii!-ie f ari( f0,ir w,, clty court this! iniirnlni,- on the charge of Intoxication, havliiK be. n arrested by Deputy Sh. pard on a warrant tor an offense committ'd fine week n (jo. Jle pleaded utility and paid his, lino of .j:. and costs of 557.1H. nruiul Juror Siruent prosecuted. Alderman MeK'ensie Is servint; bis second term on th" bo.u-d. Arthur II. Jackson was In mutt this morning for non-support of his family. He pleaded not Kullty. and his rnp was nt for trial In two weeks. The r spnndr nt Is 20 years of urc and has two children. CLEMENT IN MONTPELIER. Win on Ills Wny Ilomp from .(.,v llainpslilrc, AVherp He VKKeil ls sn, Montpeller, Mnrcli T. The arilval in Moptpeller this afternoon of the lion P. W. Clement on his nrlvnte car. C,r..,n,i ki' cave rise to numerous conieetuie nu i, I uie purposo of his visit. It, however, bud no political significance. Mr, Clement was , in inucnrn, JV. II., over Sunday vlsltln iiii sua, who is in coupko tliero and Is ill. .Mr. Clement stopped over at Miintpebnr between the afternoon and evening trains. He has no appointment at present to .-peak In Montpeller. A date may bu later arranged. Mr. Clement did not leave bis car while here but teveral of ills sup porters and personal friends in the cam paign of VC called upon him. Amontr them were Sheritf Kvans, Assistant Judro M. S. Hathaway and Deputy Sheriffs Chas. A. Smith and Afii Dutton. Mr. Clement's car was attached to th north bound express train this evening. IlFniAD OF ADIRONDACK MFIUI.VY. nullfnrd, Conn.. March tl. With fuiier al serlns of tiio simplest nature tho body of the F.cv. W. H. . Murray C'Adiroiulac!:" Muiray) was laid at rcn to-lav In a fi-ruvo beneath an old apple tree In the doory.ird of tho tamilv home stead. This burial place was chosen In accordance with .a desire ottcn expressed by Mr. Muiray. The service, condur led by the Hey I iederlek Snow, pas-tor of the First Con-Krr-t'.itionnl Church, cui.slsted or raver and brlif remarks on the llf0 and w,j,k or Mr. Murray, afler which six nelvli lints, who acted us pallbearers, born the coll In rrom the bouse to the srnve. Main friends from New Havrn and other ci'les w, ro in attendance. KDO'IN lit'TTFU MAUICr.T. KlRltT, III.. March 7. liutter weak at 21 1-t'c. Tills Is a deelino of 1 1-Se coin imied with last week's piices. fjahs f,u" tho week were -I27,FUii pounds. Working 0 vri line. i.ipnt pour laws are lunorrd by timers UnltsJ, little workers Dr. Kind's Ni w i.uc i uis. .uiiiious uro always at work niiiht and day. curing IndlKChtion, lilllous less, i on-,iiiiaiinn, hick iie.iijardic and ail niniiiucn, l.ivtr anu liowel tl iilll.1t .'V pie.is.iiii, s.iic, sure only '.'.e at j, v. u huiitv.in h ami an iiriitf stoics. t iiiii;reatlniiiil Mlnllcr .nt Vnliinlitt' l.lliriiry. Horse noil lliiuxetiohl tinoils. v. t ..... , , . . - .Miiiiieuer, .uarrn ii. i he Congre gational pnisoniiBe at Herllu corner, oc- tllieu ,y mo Kev. John W. t'ofllii and laiuiiy ami uie h.n ii .iiliolnlnjr were burn rd to the ground early this morninc, nu nre ormmaled In the woodshed ami ' a lll.vsieiy as lllelo were no ii'ius or tire in that locality Satur nay evciune. .Mr, coffin lost a valuable niu.iry, a nurse, twenty hens and neailv all his household effects on which there was l.o luxtir.uicp. lie was also badly bin nr tl about the head and arms In try ing to f,'. t his horse from the barn. The loss on iho buildings is UM'X in sured for ?I'H A collection of w.-ui takiu this morning nt liethany church in this ctv for the benent of Mr. Coffin's t.unllv and me uev. i.ucius I-. lie. I will r ther-i ui-iiinrrow inoiiilliK with peneioiis sup. Pi.v of clothliib' contributed for their use. BASE BALL IN BARRE. .Move Mmlp limurils .Itiluln I lie ortb- prn I.piibiip, Harre, Manh r;.n,,rro 1)asft I)a r,. thiislnsts have dually made a move to bo represent, d In the Northern I.eiiKiie w ith Montpeller, a committee. hnvltiK been ap pt'inted to fniidt suhscilptlons. The com mittee is mad.; up of the following men: Henry c. Whltakcr. Wllll.im Wlshnrt. W. ";, omiati and J. K. Charboneau. They will bcKln at once to solicit. It Is under stood that the Montpeller half of the necf-ssary funds has already beep sub- .,, ' H ls Probable that the "in op suiiseriiipii heie within time, as-uiln.; the two cities : escalation In the league. IPSt a shoit of rep- i-ai::.ii:n I!i:nninC;ton .man kidli:d. A messaco ree, iv, il rimiim. i, ..,...... that Wl Hum It. Creen, a former resident of llennliiuton. lost hK nr.. in the iccent collapse ol Hotel D..rlinKtou in New Votk. He was workhiK mi the Hfth story In chiii'He of a K.in- of nun when the col lapse enmc, but It v.ls ll(,pi,, Um, would turn up. nis body was found ft urday. flreen was for a number of ymrs . u ,tle ,Mi uie iseimuiBtoii ,vi liullaiul riillioad. hnvliiR Win t bp or tho section be twren llennlnKtou and Hh iftsbuiy. He was also fur some tune condin'ior an.I . ,ii-i.i. m o nn pxm-. L,,,,,,! ra.lro.id man. lie leu anoiit Uie tjnie Dial the i!,,n ,,i railroad tuck the Hei uu -i,,.,. nn i,.,.i bet n In Nt w York u!,.,ni ilw. ye.u-.q. He Lives two '-on , oie a I,, t,,r ,, n,,, liull.ind railroad, and tun ui th, urnci ry biinne.-s III Hi iiidlUitrii,, and i d. milliter Good Cookery. DOMESTIC SCIENCE straijc- IN THK HOFSnilODD. Month which the warrlns ancients i.v styit tt tne month or war in thy rough u.iys, 1 find no war in Nature, tbouch the wild W inds clash and claiiK, and broken boughs iie jiiicu .vt. tcet of writhing tieos. Tho violets rise Their brads maze. And sic. ,, through all tlu din child. And be who watches well, will well lern hwect expectations without a might, or look of as sleeps a tlli- in li living thing. MF.NF. Sl'NDA Y, MAHCII 11 I!Ili:TlCjiST. Oranges. frr il. Cheese Omelet. CreameU 1'otatoes. Toastrd Sconc.t Colfee. DINNIJF. f.'rram of Cabbage Soup, rtadlshes. .salted IJuttetnuts. Halibut Steak, mi aratin, with Heehainel Sauce. Iotntnc3 I'arlienne. l-.scnllopoi Tomato. 1-Uc.irnlo Salad. Waters. Koipiefoit Cheee. Iilaiip .Mango with Cherrv Sauce, rruit. Coltee. SUtTmVr. Salmon Salad. Nut Hreud and liutter? Cream Cheese. Gliiferbrcad. Cocoa. With the. approach of St. Patrick's ii.nv prren becomes the color to conjure with At the big department stores in the eou fcelioiiers, tiorlst and ev, n w-..!.,. ., .i,.. trefoil Is much In evldcnco for the anniver sary of the good saint's him, vvith its knot of green ribbon nut terdcr asi-m-li i ini i not only cherished in the heuit of tho n uo j 1 1.-11. SAl'CIC TAHTAKK. Almost ,'inv salad may be need in parry ing out the color s. hemp induatid. If the s.il.ul itself In grei n ,inv p-i ssing may lie le-etl. but for iih, chirken, tongue or pi'tato s cu p tarlare upi lies the mllng link. Heiluri d lo Us lowest terms, sauce t.trtaic is simply a ni.iyruin.iNo or cooked diesliig inatle aen and green with chopped pickles, tapers, nasturtium seeds p itsl. y or olives, A cooked dressing, also iei, Is usuI hut for broiled lish and goes by the same mime. COM) S.U'CK TAUTAIti:. I Put Into a told bowl a half teaspoonrul r.ieh of mustard ut,-l sugar, a saltspoonfttl r( salt and a hair saltspoonful of pepper. Srii.tcs'e In two or tbti'e drops of onion Juice and yolks or two raw eggs ami stir well. Add. little by little a cup of pure olive oil, beating t ontlnuously until thick. At lirst the oil should go In drop by drop, hut as It thickens It may be added in larger iiuautltles. When all the nil is used add a lahlesponnful of lemon juice and a tpaspoonful of tarragon vinegar, aid beat again. Mince fine enough parsley to make a lahlcpoonful and rub with the back' of a spoon lo a paste, adding dining the nibbing three or four drops of aleoiiol Stir this paste Into the mayonnaise, to gether wll'i two lnhppnnfuW of thoppid pickliM and olivis. Stir all togrthir. This drts.-mg nicy be ns.il at onr e or covcnd and kept In a cold plutc for several days. 1 lie s. en t or success In the making id' any m.ivonti.iUe is lo have the oil, egg.t ,md ilMici umiI In the making as cold as possible, CiKKMAN roTAI'O SALAD. Dice cold liulli d potatoes and set on the Ice. To one egg, biaten stiff, add two tutdespoonfuls of melted butter. Four on gradually one-hair tup of vinegar sweet ened with a teaspoonful of sugar. Season the potatoes with -alt, pippcr, celery salt ml finely sliced onion. Four on the dies All Figures for the Last Decade Passed 'Last Week in New York City. all p. r'nin concerned In the t Ii l.illlellt, late of liitriingi., lii-tiict, deceased, yt a iTobato Court, hoiden i.. of ii I'll, A PNEUMONIA EPIDEMIC i Total of l.soo nentlis r.asi Wpt k, .tiio if Wlileli Were Cumnp.I liy lnrn. niiinla Only ,tli:t for the ..-imp Vpp i,nN( v.r K,,.st I't'iitli Itales lippnriled. tv,,v "f'. Match 7.-A11 pneumonia and irrncr.il de ith r .r.K f..- a d pntl.i have been broken, a-eor.ling to the healih de partment report for the past vv. k which recorded 1,') deaths, of win n We,v mi uuiicii lo pneumonia. For the l'on.llng w,p f i,.,st year th. - ..ii.' tun i ns, ;si:i duo to piiei,mf.nl.i. The total number of deaths from t neu- in.i in ui,. M.ue during J.inu.ir f i til as l.M'l. Ir. V. H. (jiillfuv. citv board or he-tlth, the situation. t,i "This Is nn loubti illy the w-u-t pn ' Pl'll-l "HIP 111 (I lleeaije. no returns nn. e the lnporpor.it ! iitw citv of iui,hir pneumonia or death lutes." I, e ll-t ' "' ' ill, .' -Ire I. , oiirt af. i ui. within nnd for the in lin ieu. on the SJitl day ol I Inurnment purporting to l.e an I t. stament of Joseph 1, ol Fiirllngtoii. in s ml ,i re.i-d. was pres.-nictl i iho r.i 1. 1 , i . . i j ' i i ii , And it i- rirdei-,-,1 hv saij ,,,,, 32tli el'V of .March. K,, ;t. , , , Court Kejoms In si.rl Hurllngt,-.n . I instruire..' ;u u iv i II to ,ill jie: AO-., ng tms u. l. r i y In the thn ii , I prr.v t,g - 1 I el . ,.f be . bV in S ed for nol i' . t el'lli ll, bv 1 1 Weelts 'ie , .-, Wcekl" Fi e 1 r, In s.ud ui f t, appointnl. TIIFRFI-oiii: you aro h' to uppi ir b. 'oi n,i i v.uri and place .umi-kcs iM, and , ont bate of s i d ,ii 1 you have flive" nii'i, r my li iml, r,t 1. Till tllStnel, tl'.- " , iv ,e l"i 1, MAItcnr.l.FS A. TIF .TiAV't. previous h. the i, bv t.T ; i a ' r I KPT ATE OF fir: I'll WW V NI,i OF " li il.LOTYt: We, the ! ubnuibi rs, ha-inr been e po.nted bv tne Hounrao. ine j'icLui V-Ulll L IUI VIlO O.MlU'l OI Cfllltll'l.'' Dl -.) II I to !Ce li , uiu. ,io ;m. the r-i i inn an ' a m t nils ,, i ir.iinsr tu . i i i i i r:,h ,,, t i m-'.'1 st.it i.-t iciu ii in loninv" orics ' v e re is for the I I' en i v nf li" "Uer ll I ue ot i 'harluite in ii. l aim also all l.tirns w .1 .It-n In offset tl.treio. rti. 1 s! the tlnv of tho ditu le rem tiy s.iiu couri rjr m.u p. theretore tieroliv Httflld to th' i.'ii it tile i ite ! !'. l''i.-'liill. . in - 1 1 .iliinl iv s ot M i :c o'cloi k a. in., i Int. d tl i.- :iih ".A St. );lv, ll" 'Hi 'I PiUig Cp )e. i r : Ml I ,1 -v, 1.:. r Colilini-:d'i svr.vnsTFit s rocicw ni.!. s i:.- NKW HtiNOF. FOR fnr,. DAiiMN.! Tne liosion lb laid recently met. hud engthy .ICeinuit el' ll'e g foinuie wl I II. IS l.ltlv Del all, 11 Col I'li.rle. II i '' itti : - Inii i kvveil parts GOOD PRINTING Many p. pip nnier printing of s regularly BY MAIL Ihev re. ceivo the same painsmkinp; care and attention, and the same low ptices, that aro given thoe w'o fall personally If You ueed bus ness stationery, or if von an KoinR to et out advertising matter of any kind, send it to us anrt bo assured that it will be well done, at a reasonable pries. Free Press Printing Co. Burlington. Vt. VlTVi.VTl DJ7I T wwm tVti TO FLORIDA AND (the SOUTH, MEXtCO anO CALIFORNIA. UOI'TK OF THK WOULD-ltHNOWNKD SOUTHERN'S PALM LIMITED New York to St. Augustine, Fla. NEW VllltK TO NKW eiui;Mi ISuniet Iillnltvtl to ilnllfnvtitn. I Floi'liUniiallHtiiitlieiM reMitltf. 1 Diiihur Car ttiirv.nn nm,..ii wl Om. I MuuU Krvi Fruin Bnnthern itaHy I) uiiur Cat annul to hlhj.iBaj ii,.i.i '(, information ana rM(orii fumihfd lu Boston OftVo. Sn. ti Wftslilngton Bt, Nw York OHloe, No. 7l and life) BVay, I e WVU. AWtt. )((.f FT "Whether you meet him in tllnant Anil whetlur on wu or on tli-v Ir.n.i tint It Is growing yearly moic popular In Mirlety at large as an annronri.ii,. ..... elision for varioiiH .social function". ST. 1'ATIUCIC'S FAVOItS. Die fnvois ror ilances '1P.1 talil.. ,l.inrtrr. Hons are more vurleil than unal thin v. ar many or lliem hi lug' i-xtn nu lv il.ilnty Ihere are. laige antl small puts of "re .iie truly" growing Hhnmrocks. there are in t In pots with make-bellevti shamrocks, there in lull-slue clay nlnct with set. r.il uii.,i. rot k, arouiiil the howl that hus a cever of grei n ami ere' n rlhhons tleil about lhn hiem, 'iiieie art' the t litest little Irish piuis that letall at a nli kel each tlnl with ginn rililion hows, and it.ulv lo serve as tlgirette IioUIcib or houtnnnlers, there aie shiny hla. 1; or green tup hats in all sizes, taih Willi a little white- pipe Ii, i p, lis rim, there are small gr en snak.M, Irlnlu seent uiul ipilveiing that sell fur (l ,lm. null. Iim h of ililf. 1 1 nt culoi u,,i wih Weill iilihun.i ami no ci.tl of h.inner.s .mil li.up-. Il.'gs niii,l boM s all of th,. same venl.int hue. There Is gti-.it l.iuttnle in the m.iterl.ils of wllh ll the holi-huii boes aro niaile, ami consetiut ntly the price. There an s.illn, li.iml-iiaiiili il ouph tli.it miiv In- utilize,! iiftervv iiiK as glm,, or hi.nilkerchi. r bois, hut Hie majmliv aro small anil nut vtiy exi'Pii.siv e. tiin is gnen In Hip sluipe of a Ivre; otln iM uie ol' while crepe or satin paper wllh bows or ribbons an.1 luint In s of nlMiiirock liicknl in. HT. 1'ATniCK'S JACK HOlt.VIIIt 1I3. A clever Plea for an cnterlulnment Is a big Jack Horner plo covcre?il with green paper and ltll.-tt with tiny black hat. c,.e. crcil with bl.ick crlinpc-il papei', These are tn Ho lllleil wllh green bonbons, anil them are green tlhlions attaclml for pulling meiu oil. KNI'FNSi: NO OII.IKCT. When cxpenso Is no object, there are liiiiiitlful HI I'atrlck couccltH to be foimil nt the Jewelers' In lmlr ornaments iep lesiiitlng tho trefoil; hat plus, snuvenlr cullee spoons, stkk pins, stinls, ,elt buckles, baby plus, lockets nuil IiioopIk-s. For caul parties, tally e-iinls como in vihlto ami green, with iiliamrocl; wafers, while .lap.iiiise napkins ami fancy paper fal.'itl mini Ico cases icpeat tho samu cul ruing. At a successful St. I'atrlck's c.irtl party last ycai tho men c.ipie with white vesta nml green buttons nml neckties wlillu tho women worn shamrocks n tiiolr liiilr ami on their Imillces. Tho labia of liolUhrtl oak and fcrvlottcs and Uoyjlos of wliltti tlfsuo paper with shamrock edges. Tho randies wero Brofn, with green shinies, whllo nt each plum was a dainty linen shamrock box, eonlnluiiig limn Jiui!, flaco und trum drops, and small ing, loss ami mix. Sprinkle with mlnceilling eif Hust.ei, form-rlv purple) ami garnish with par-ley anil hnitl boM- tl egg-i. 1'OTATO SAVOtlY 7'rom Stoniugton. Fngland.) lioll six large potatoes with their jackets on anil let tin in cool In their skins. I',el. Iee, chill mi I pour over them a ilie-sMng m.Tlu as follows: Heat together two lalili-spoonfuls of cream, one talilospooutul illvu oil, one tatilespooiiful each or tarra- gon anil plain v lucgur antl salt anil pepper to taste. Chop vt ry line a helping tahle- spriunl'ul of parsley uiul a small piece of onion, mix all tho ingieillents togothher, pile lightly In the s.il.ul howl .mil garnish with pushy. Asparagus tips mixed with sllcrnl potatoes make a delightful salad as also etiual proportion of potato, Unc llsh chopped walnuts uml stoned olives. Dress with a green mayonnaise. 1 'ar il t 'h. i . i i . i . -' i i-arimg is the Fulled st u, . n, ,r-. ,i lor the St.it. of .Massiii lm. us, and aN.i tl.e adjutant of the Koton cmnpaiiv uf Ancient and 1 1.nu.r ihle .utiiieiv whi, h lioUs fraternal relations with the Hrinsh organization of the same name, and nNo exehanges visits. Colonel hailing wui especially leliclloiis In his ilutlis as host during the recent visit of the London cuni pany In ie. and that they dulv appieeiatetl his hospitality is ..ecu by the fact that h. is just in reielpt of a beautiful cigar else of unusual size and weight. There are. several compartim nts lnnh , at 1 mi the iMeiior of the cover I- the tout or arms of the Liigllsh coicp-inv antl also fae simile uuttigr-iphs of the oltk-.-rs of tl'i orK.iiilznti.in m.ikpu; Hie pn s nt it'on This will li, a most '! 'ightf'il souv, iii fur tl f pi lonel, nnd will I i priz. tl h ir loom in his f ttnlly Fi:i'I'i:it CFI'S FOF. SALADS, flreen peppers make attractive cup.? fir salads. Cut a thin slice from the top and, remove the seeds nml white pulp. If the cups do not stand cut a slice from tlic-i bottom also. I IMSTACHK CItl'AM IN SIIKI.LS .Mi:niNc,Fi: Mix a i ant tuMerooif lie t up uf .-.ll.LI , i dd oil I hiiru-iulil.v 1 1 ive ! adv -mill; aril l" ir sluvvlv ov . i mi ;ar. lb t in a to iloilhle I t W' nt v inn, ni. - I .il.i 1 1 stir in uie 'pi irt of i ie nn i.f . nulla .ii 'I two nuil' . hi. nn heil and imunili . I ( Add a tiibh pi u ni f ii 1 i' u '1 l' r Hid 1 1 "I y ,s. sli -lis th il in i v le pin li I'. inner. The gtcen uliiii tvvien lie in uiigiie slu 11- In I. ti .1, liv 1 1 ; ..nr gi u i i Ii" u-t:n he I I . ."id ) "ii h i v . ' u ri r lo. piuiiiil, .I ipiarti rs I Willi .. Il.i v lltll- gle. I, tile s.ltlli ! i' lln.r with IBS .111.1 1" it I'.u' i.; i..,t t',. I'.iuir tie 1 , 1 r and tuok 111 III'' I oi)l 'I'd i t ,1'K tpoonful i ii.-i ii he nuti i -umor.i jiaste I ' I I U' tlilVVl I' . ii, lnerlngui f the t - H --,.1 h. -s very .it t l.e, p the 'Syi l.i i .ilmonds n p' c r v bite pleasure w hen the bread is made from : of ii-iug hlll.r line.' Will pi'uil'U ,1 i.' .1 i e aim t th,. Ml .SIIKOU.M.S A FLHNTY. One of the thi.irv-t h.X'ii s In ll..llkel IH'W .11'.' lull-Ill iinlll'. thi Intel'-,,. cold weather having h i i, .' Iv ml n.coii-- t., I ell, 11 gl'iiWlll. Ill Ml leg t li- ui ll must In liinembcrcd that tu lie p rf-ct ,i mii.,h loom rtiilll'es to le - k- d sl'iiiily in served rpilckly. It Is fur this n.i on lhn Illtli mushroom iliolu "f pale n.,1 t.iiih iiiwaic like a Fusion luaii-pot, an- Im porleil fur their 8ppili.il service. The mushrooms, peeled nnd lrlmme.1, arc lli.-i sauted lightly In butter seasoned wllh salt and pepper. Itouud slices of toast .ir laid In Iho bottom of ca h littlo ltsh and covered wllh the mushrooms and the Ihjiior, which luis been drawn out In the niutcmi; prociss. They tiro then covered wllh glass bells, slightly engraved, and Inked about twenty minutes. Lift up tin covers, ikM u tiihlespnonful of hot cicani to inch tllsh, recover anil send to tho lablo under tho bells. 1J.M.MA l'ADDOCIC TRLFOUD. c mntv flavor. i STATI i UF YLKMONT I.-i ten''.' n. Tin n'oin. . C- uri fu" :lu lustrn i .a Vu t i In lis .nut all in I..,, In tlu- t-Mite ui S)lvtstt.r St i ot 1 ut ui. el, . tacd, I . ' ! I ! F I '.T 1 N 1 hereat. app.tcatlon In writing i i h l'p--n n ile tu tins i . ill r t ii, writing, j the , 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 . 1 1 u r uf ihc c.-t..te ot s-,i- .' tor ."Mukwcll. late of ISulto'i, tl, e(".t- u praying for liens,- and autl.otity to -jli the whole ot the real estate of said de ceased, for the payment of debts in. eliari-'.s ot tidminlsirntion. setting forth lluipin the amount ot d.-hw lue tru it -ill .Im.isetl, the charges of udmiiii tr.iti.'n. the amount ot pt-rtonal estutu and th- situation ot the te.il osuite W'hereui'cin. the said t uurt appointed and assigned the 11th day r March l'.'i I. at the Frohate- Court Looms, hi sa t distrlit to hear aii.t djclde upon said applii alion ml petition, and onle'icd public nolieis thcieoi' to be given to all neison- int. rested therein, by publishing s.Ud or-hr. toupthpr with Ihe'tlmo ind Plate oi h. aring. three weeks successive!--in the Itnrhngtou Weeklv Fi-e u..s , iiew-iiaper w tilth cln ulat'-s in th- nei'-h-i'or i..od . f those persons Interested in siid i sue all which, pubnc-ilieu.s shall h, prcvions in iht- day assigned for heniliij Jlo1?ro- '"","- hereby notified to ni,. pear before said court, at th- tlms and Ida. e assigned, tlu n and there m said to mike vonr objection to the granting o' such lie n-. . it vou see cause. v.'viu unuer my l.tml. nt tl,.. nri.-.. ut Looms, this linn day ot Fcbruarv MARCICLLFS A. ni.VOHAM. f 1 iut Judge. Lf " . K OF t.'F lie ATKINS District of Chiu A "ll tl let. CATHHItlNF. V. LFliLlNCiTON. 6TA I K OF EHMO.NT. n i.rsuis concerned in tho estm. line o: llur it'-. l-i I I ih ite Four', ho',, i , H-ir'inc ithm md tor tho DNtri. t r,r i-i,i7. lie .'it'll ll IV el ! i t,i uri- .,1 '1.1.1. nt purpnt,',, ; , lh0 , t -i t. iment iii'.'l., . . Atkins, 1 i.rli' gtoii, in i,l elsirict, tie. was pies, ntcd lo the court ..for... At ti i'.l. ii i .1 il' Tniupily Averted. "Jrtst in the nick or tlmo our littlo hoy was siivttl," writes .Mrs. ,M, Wntklus nt I'le.isant City, Ohio, "l'nciimonlii playeti sad havoc with hhn and n terrlhlo cough set hi besides, Doctors tri-atcil hint, hut ho giow worse ovcry day, .t length we tried Dr. King's Now Discny. cry for Com mnptlon, ntul our d.irlliig wmb saved. Hm'b now sou.id, nnd well," KvcrylKitly ought to know, It a tho only piiro euro for Coughs, Colds and nil Lung diseases, tluar.inteetl hy J W, O'Hulllvnn and all tlnnrgiHib l'rlco Wo, und Jl.oo. iriai uoiuca ttco. nuttv lu-ligh't'tl to itntKipatc, m.tlscs everv meal a lorn; remein'icrcil pleasure. WaicheJ by expert. ciu'cJ millers, groutni by nuiierit machinery, the vitali'v ami nutriment of the wheat retained, make Wise King Flour a source of health in brain and muscle. Always uniform; never disappoints the bread maker. Your grocer sells it. Bill, Hell & Co. Manufacturers Ogdeusburg, N. Y. A I l-i'l Co ,i C.l for IIIOVIIIK .lid CO'lco the.veof l,u lIvcii to ce.n-il, Li) luii'iNlitng thi vviik.. sis. e.ssivcly iii tho Hurltnfftoi U . iy 1 r.i I'lMss.a m-wspupcr published ut s.i. l tturlttigton previous to th8 tlmi til po nt. d 'tin r ! ue, yt j nre hereby n -tilled t0 0P. pia- ih' ii al,i Couit, ut at- mm. p :i o ifuies.iM, and contesi l--. probiti. j It'1'- 1 f - u h i v e dllse flivt-i ' -l-r niy In ml, nt Lurllngton, In 't ' i ''. ilu- -id day of Fcbtuaiy, s i-i,.. ii ,i nv s.ud court that tin "l M !' b, 1 , . ..t ih, F,obau nit li. silii Burlington, be naslicn-. intrumiit . na thai proiu con. i-rt:r threi iv "t MAI l uLLL'S A. lltNailAM. .liltlge. L.-rA'i: UF I1FM5V ItHKWSTLlt Oli lll'.NTlNOTON. STATU Ol" KRMU.S'T, l-.mnct ot Chit, tender 'I all pi rs.ii") concerned in thn rstntu of llcnr.i llrivv-u. r, I ite ot Huntington in -- lid tl SilH t, ilece.ls.-d, At n I'robnte Court, holilen at Iiurllnz. ton, within itnd for the I'.strct o! Chi, teiiilin. on tho :tUh O.iy ol February iwi an in tiiin.ciii purporling u, ho ufo l.,i will and ubtatiunt ot llti.rv Urewtt-i-.at - t;l lliiutlnton, In sjld district, dc t.ised, was pr-..cnled to the court afore said, tor probate ....n And It Is eidered by Mid court that thi nth day ot M irch, uui, m n,0 Frobat" i inn t rutins In said Lai'llu-ion, bo ns JiKlicd tor -tonne salt! liutiumi-ni; mm that nrtlc. tnoret b irnep to iVt-r. sonii coticuriipil. by pub Uhing thU onleir tlll-e wi. its b.tpcesuvu.) m the Utirlme. on rcxly l-'iro I'ress a newspaper put). Islied at snlil HunttiBUti, pioiloti io thi liuio iiiuiomted " ' Thore oie. you aro nerebv notlflsxl to qu. Ptar befotrt snlrt court, at the. tltnn an I p act, it forensic" am. eoi ui-t ih probau uf au'd wil' if you vmvp aviie dive' n liter mv i -n l fiur' ngton in I tl t" t th. . ii d v ot i t iruai MAltClLLlS A, BINGHAM.