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THK BURLINGTON FREE PRESS; THURSDAY, MARCK 24, 1901.
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ntontly retired and cured with
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t. S. A. Tattlo.
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remain carlh lint, oalrataeora,aM forme of
UmcDMS and eaUe, dutemper, f ounder.pneumonli.ac
rpilMi, eta. KlllJfnlnitntlT, onr WO-pntfo book,
Veterinary Experience," FREE.
Dr. S. A. TUTTLE, iT Bcrtrlr St., BmIoi, Mm
. ".'"..f . "- r'Mlae till TeNle't.
STATE DENTAL SOCIETY
fpend the Day Hearing; Trade ninran
alon nnd Clone with n tlnnriuet
nt (he Pailllon.
Montpeller, Miircli 17. This has been n
busy day for the members tif the State
Dental society and the annual baiirpiet
nt the Pavilion this evening was ii lUtlng
close to an enjoyable ami profitable ses
sion. A brief meeting will be heM to
morrow morning for the election of of
ficers for the ensuing year.
At the session this morning the presi
dent appointed a special committee com
posed of Dr. O. O. .Mitchell of St. Al
bans, Dr. David Manson of Hurllngtoh
and Dr. K I,, Cleaves of Montpeller to
consider that pot Hon of the president's
linnual address which had leferenee to
n change In the time of the minimi meet
ing and to having a representation of the
fcoelety on the State dental hoard, ThH
committee will report to-morrow morn
ing. Dr. Henry McManns of Hartford, Conn.,
read u paper this morning on "I'orcelnin
Inlays, ' followed by discussion by Dr.
G. F. Harbor of Itrattlcboro.
At the afternoon session Dr. George A.
Waxrlold of llolyolie. Mass,, rend an in
teresting paper on "Hints," which was
discussed by Dr. W. S. Curtis of Mont
peller and others. The subject ol "incidents
of Office Practice" was opened by Dr.
George O. Mitchell of St. Albans and was
participated In by a dozen or more mem
bers of the association. The annual ban
piet this evenlntr was a very pleasant fea
ture of the meeting. It was made "ladle"
night" and about l.Vj were present. An
enjoyable feature of the banquet was the
presentation to W IT. Mllllken of Hoston
from the Mielotj of a cut class set. The
presentation speech was happily made by
"IV H Town, representing the S. S. White
Dental Manufacturing Co., of Hoton.
Dr .1 Holmes Jackson of Uurlington,
the retiring president, was toastmaster
St the. banquet and be tilled the po
sition admirably. The programme was
ended by songs from Xunsell of Wells
Jtivor, Dr. J. A. Itazin of Montreal, Dr.
J. C. Tlndi'S of Vergennes and read
ings by Dr. frank Lyons of Hurie.
and Dr. W II. Mllllken of Hoston. No
formal toasts were announced but the
speaners were Secretary of State I'. (.5.
J-'Icctwood, who responded for Vermont.
Dr. John F. Dowsley of Hoston, Dr. S.
D. Hodge of Hurllngton, Dr. Henry Mc
Manus of Hartford, Conn.. Dr. Com go A.
Maxfield of Holyoke, Mass. Dancing fol
lowed the banquet. The cut class set
presented to Dr. Mllllken was fiom the
ludies of thi society.
The closing session for the election of
facers and the transaction of other busi
ness will be held to-monow morning.
VALUABLE PAPERS FOUND.
Lone Missing ltcrorel nf VeriiKinfx
CnnNiltijtlomil Contention of 1777
llrnught to Light nt l.nl,
(From the St Albans Messenger.)
Senator I'roctor has made a valuable
find of a long missing Vermont historical
tnanu.5 ripl being none othei than the
original journal of the proceedings of the
conentinn at Windsor July a-S. 1777, that
ndopted the first constitution of Vermont.
This record lias been lost to Vermont his
torians tor mato years and as far back
ns the most acthe days of 12. 1'. Walton.
Jliland Hall ami other men of that char
ncter the missing document and its con
torts was a frequent source of contro
versy about which several elabornto
pamphlets were Issued, The original man
uscript now turns up in the library of
Congress at Washington. Senator Proctor
has had made a facsimile of the record
and will publish it with explanatory text
In a neat hioehurc soon to be issued.
The importance of this find may well be
el I t .r fi-nm tlio miiDilnr. llti.u ..f 1-
1'. Walton's story of the convention as
Kiven in the 'Governor and Council,"
when be says: "Of this convention un
surpassed in Importance by any other
In the State, In that it established a con
stitution and frame of government no
official record, and no full and satis
factory unofficial account even, has ever
In the verification of the find and the
preparation of the historical matter that
is to compose the body of this little book,
the senator has been assisted by K. M.
Goddard of Montpeller, assistant State
librarian, who Is making a record for
tilmselt' as a clitlcal student of Vermont
THE SMART BOY
The boy must be strong
before he can be smart. The
isick boy has his body lo at
itend to first, even though his
(brain goes a-begging.
Scott's Emulsion gives
strong healthy bodies to little
boys and girls. Iiy good feed
ing and gentle stimulation it
paves the way for bright and
Scott's Emulsion, then the
strength of good health, then
ithe bright developing mind- -ithat
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Little daily do&cs of Scott's
Emulsion give strength to
weak children and fatten the
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IK I'HKH PNKM1 IMIINTI.Vti CO.
Two Freight Trains Wrecked on
Central Vermont Road
AN ACCIDENT AT MILTON
Thirteen l'rrlght Car Thrown from the
Trark Trtrnt y-slx Cam Derailed
In llnrtford Trn Seriously
Delnjreil Tarred nnd leath
ered Student Ueta Verdict.
Milton, March 17. A broken rail In Mil
ton Hollow about two miles south of this
station, caused the throning off the track
of i3 freight cars on a north bound
freight early this morning. The. passen
ger trains were all delayed. The early
morning mall train from the south due.
here at 1:30 a. m. not arriving until nfter
elcveii o'clock and the express going south
lay on the slillnL' marly all the forenoon
while all the available tracks were filled
with frelyht trains. The cars were not
ACC1DKNT IN IIAUTFOUD.
White. Hlver Junction, March 17. A de
day of fifteen hour.s to traffic on the
Central Vermont w;is caused to-day by
a freight wreck between Hartford nnd
West Hartford. A broken rail caused 1
cars to leave the track. Three went down
an embankment. So one was Injured
nnd there was no serious damage.
GETS $1,000 DAMAGES.
Verdict In Fnvor nf the Tiirred and
Fenthereri Student Many Ulvnrce
In WnRhlnKton County Court.
Montpeller, March 17. The jury In the
Montpeller Seminary hazing case of
Claude It. tleoige vs. James G. Howard
and otiHi-s, returned a verdict this morn
ing that the defendants, I'leury and Mar
vin were not guilty in the manner anil
form alleged and that they recover their
costs. Thev also rendered a verdict for
the plaintiff to recover $1.C) from th(
dotondant Howard. Judgment was render- I
ed on the verdict and a certified execu-
noti wa-j ordered. The defendant Is a
student at Montpeller Seminary and Ills
homo i In Pittsburgh, X V.
Sheriff 1'vans has drawn the following
additional juiors: C. C. Uranticld of Noith
Knyston, I. J. K.istman of South Cabot:
Mors Haines of Iower Cabot, Uuther O.
Town of liarre. II. 1,. Morse of Water
hurv, A. I. Williams of Norlhfield, D. I.
Ring of Montpeller, O. II. Smith of
A jury was empanelled this morning
in the justice ejectment case, of Carolyn
M. Wheeler is. Kdgar Wheeler. The par
ties are mother and son and the suit Is
brought to recover possession of a farm
In I'lalulleld, on which the defendant has
lived for years with the idea that he
held a life lean..
Chief Judge ltowell and Assistant
Judge Hathaway have kept the divorce
mill grinding during the past few days
and hc granted the following hills:
Nellie Young of Pane vs. Homer Young,
desertion: Jennie V. Pierce vs. Lewis S.
Pien e or Mnrotown, desertion, care and
ciistndj of minor children decreed to
petitioner with a house and lot In More
tow n, formerly the property of the pe
titionee: Altle rt, Minard of Bane vs.
William I". Minard. refusal to support;
Mary D Lyons of Montpeller vs. Patrick
Lyons, adultery, order for alimony as
prr stipulation on file; Km ma McAllister
of Waitsfield vs. Jessie McAllister, de
sertion, custody of minor child to pe
titioner.. In the e.ie of Mary L.i Con
vs. Paul La Cost of Waterbury. tempo
rary alimony of Ji". was granted the pe
titioner Tills case will be heard later In
the term; Alva II, Itichaidson of Wor
cester vs. Jesse F. Itlohardson, desertion.
ANOTHER LICENSE PUZZLE
.Vol Known Whether Itiltlnml's Com
niiloners nr Hoard of Aldermen
Mini I (irnnt CI fill ClnN l.lecnxm.
lit Hand, March 17. Since this i it otod
no license at the last election the iprestiou
Ins been raised as to whether it is the
board of license commissioners or the
board of aldermen that ha power to
issue nrtP class or druggists- licenses.
The law states that when a town votes
no license, pfth class licenses nu,y be is
sued by the selectmen if they receive a
petition signed by five per cent, of the
voters and a majority of the practicing
There is a great variance of opinion
among the locel attorneys in regard lo
this point, some claiming that the license
commissioners are still hi authority and
that the granting of druai,'sls- licenses
goes to the hoard of aldermen or select
men only In towns where no commis
sioners have boon appointed In previous
years, oihcis claim that the services of'
the cntnmls'lrmers are suspended uiilil
Hie i It v vot. s license again.
The nemhers of the board of coinmh
siorers 'ire still In doubt as lo their legal
authority to grant license.- but one of
them sfited to-day that lie tlnught that
If anv petitions for tilth class licenses
were presented to tin board with the
proper signatures attached. the would
act on the name at least until theli posi
tion w.'is questioned, nut If the appli
cants see (it to present the applications
to the aldermen, instead nf th. eomnd.s
slor.ers he said that the latter board
would do nothing about It.
It Is understood that at 'east two of
tho men who are now engaged in the
liquor business in this city and who are
also licensed druggists, will apply for
lift'' class llcens-s.
The local commissioners have received
word from the Hollows Falls commission
or.s that the members of the latt -r board
have decided to suspend operations for a
vca. The outcome of the Htuallon In
rhls city Is watched with considerable
(irentent Demand for Second ClaxK I.l
ccnurn In Montpelier,
Montpeller, March 17. The time for
making applications for liquor licenses
expired to-night. Tim notices were posted
and the commissioners will begin to
morrow advertising the fame In tho local
newspapers, Seventeen applications were
rece vci as follows: For nrst cinss n
censes, J. S. Vllcs. A. S. Sparrow, II-
liairi Miller, K. S. M'igs and Serlhno Mas
siicco; second class licenses, William
Miller, F. S. Meigs, Serlflno Masurco, I,.
F. Wood, F 1,. Huntington. II. II. Wedge,
James Marrlon. I!. Thomasl, L. C, divers.
Ityan eV Callahan: fifth class, W. H.
Poole, Cieoige I'.. McGrath.
CHARGED WITH BIGAMY.
F.dnard Lean Placed under Ball ut
Itutland County Court.
nutlitnd, March 17.-Tn Rutland county
court to. day. F.dward leno of Forostdale
was brought up em a charge of bigamy.
Hall was fixed .it tb'Jf) In hU ease, which
ho was unable to furnish and ho ua
committed to tho conrity Jail, It Is al
leged that Ixnii married the woman with
whom lie hur been living at Forcsldalo
WOLVESHELD AT M
k GREEDY PACK OF ILLS SURROUND
A OLEBGYlfAN'8 WIFE,
Tarattffh h Arrival of Timely Aid Sha
Mapi fram lau Terror of a
The Rer. W. A. Denton, of Glrnrd,
Crawford county, Kansas, toll the fol
lowing atorjr of ft harrowing exporfenee
of one of the membrg of his family :
" My wife," he myt, " was ssallcd foi
fifteen years by it combination of ail
njontB follovinR the birth of ottr flrnt
child. The food the ate fermented in
her stomach, eho had frequent distsy
pells, her limbs were swollen and pain
ful, her norres were qnite shattered, she
was tmablo to sleep and she was many
times on tho rerge of heart failure.
" Physician gare her only temporary
relief. Finally tho fnrorablo reports of
some relatives nnd neighbors led bar
to mako trial of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Palo People. She export
rienced improToraent almost at once.
Thoy relieved hor sleeplessness, the
Hmothoring sensations have disappeared
and havo not annoyed her for years.
They freed her from stomach trouble
and the dropsical tendency was miti
gated. Tho progress of the rheuma
tism, which had begun to make hor
fingers crooked, was stayed nnd the pain
wits bauishctl. In every respeot they
gave hor ntoTe help than any other rem
edy she had ever used, end she is today
in better health than for many yoars.
" Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro our sta
ple household remedy, and I am in the
habit of recommending them to all who
suffer from troubles like those which af
flicted my wife."
All tho elements necessary to give new
life and richness to the blood and repair
shattered serves are contained, iu a con
densed form, in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
tor Palo People. They are also n specific
t(k troubles peculiar to females, such as
suppression, irregularities and all forms
of weakness. In men they effect n rad
ical cure in all cases nrising from men
tal strain, overwork or excesses of wbnt
ever nature. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
are sold in boxes at fifty cents bos
or six boxes for two dollars and fifty
cents, and may be bad of nil druggists,
or direct by mail from Dr. Williams Med
icine Company, Schenectady, N.Y. Be
sure you get the genuine; substitute!
never cured anybody.
in Massachusetts ami that he had at that
time another wife lHIng In White River
Junction. An information wan filed
against him by the State's attorney.
The horse case of I.avalley vs. Havenn.a
occupied the attention of the court for
the rest of the day, the testimony in
the suit not being of burning interest to
the general public.
Sattirnln is a Juggler and an honest
man; he was married before the mayor
and before the cure, ho loves his. wlfo
like a bourgeois, and he amuses tho peo
ple like an artist, he is already as pop
ular as a hero; he is tho Rosclus of tho
He waa born at Itallgnolles and at
ISatlgnolIos he desires to die. To be sure,
he visits every year the big cities of
France. Tlordoaux, Toulouse. Lynns and
Marseilles, but his visits are of lightning
speed and '.Ike Talma, who refused to
play when the ;. idlence did not suit him,
he docs not "1 himself go at any of
them. Hut at Ratignollos. before this
audience of the elite that trembles ami
vibrates, and feels and marks the strong
places, Satutnin plays for all there is in
him, proud of his art and content with
And so it happens that to-night, after
an absence of three months, he is about
to celebrate his home coming in his
greatest piece; he Is going to play tho
lnle of Don Pablo, the count of Mongi
holo. In "The Hand of Hod, or the Re.
eompenso of Virtue,"
It is a gala night for all the artisans,
the employees anil the storekeepers of
liatlgnnllos. They have had dinner early
and lushed frantically through it, and
they are now dressing.
Saturnin's return is a great event.
These honest people are going to amuso
themselves at liltlci expense, their enthu
siasm 1I1 he real, their applause sin
cere an. I their criticism just. Satitruln
will be grandly feted and he will have
Vet never has any day seemed longer
to Saturnin and never was there any
evening so cruel and deceptive.
All the time that the crowd was piling
gaily In upon the wooden seats, and while
the hand-organ was breathing the most
wonderful airs, and the heavy sous worn
falling In handful into the Iron box, put
there to receive them, Saturnin was hid
Ing his face in both hands to stifle tho
sobs that were- breaking his heart. Alas,
there in the green wagon witli the mud-
stained wheels, connected with the thea
tro by a travelling stairway, and which
serves at once as the artists; green room,
the manager's office and private apart
ment, a sort owf ul drama is being enact
ed, In this movable house, dragged by
a half pay horse who has tasted the
grass of every country fair, there, in
the big bed, a woman of thirty years
lies dying She Is Saturnin's wife. It is
typhoid fever that is killing her.
Only last week she was as brisk and
gay as the birds in May, playing with
Don Pablr.'s halberd, sticking the black
beard on the chin of the wicked traitor,
muffling herself In the furs of the be-au
tlful princess nnd holding Saturnin lov
ingly around the neck, saying;
"Thou art my lion-hern, superb nnd
Now. to-night, she Is dying.
And Saturnin, the Hercules, went, boat
ing tho air with his big arms, shaking
the planks by his repeated walkings, sit
ting down, rising again, going out, com
Ing back, overwhelmed and broken by
The scene was terrifying. Already his
comrades, from force of habit, have as
sumed their costumes nnd are prepar
ing the stage, but without any zeal or
eagerness. They all love Saturnin and
from moment to moment, eonui to hear
the latest news of the poor sick woman.
It is breaking their hearts. Under their
rplendld costumes, thesn people whoso
business it is lo laugh and cry without
desire, are, this time, weeping real tears.
Their consternation was at Its height
when Saturnlii, utterly crushed, do.
dared that he would not play.
"Make the announcement, my good Ju
Ilus ' he said to n boy as long as a day
of fasting and as wrinkled as tho witches
of Macbeth; "you can play the part! Hut
understand, my children, count no more
on me, I am a finished man."
"Saturnin, Saturnin, courage," replied
Julius; "without you, nothing can be
done! It wcro better to glvo back the
"Very well, give it back,"
Hut just then, the sick one raised her
self In bed, her face pale, her Hps color
less and drawn, and said:
"Saturnin, they havo cheered thee,
have they not'.' They are cheering thee
again. Listen, how they clap their
hands. .They are calling thee. Co on to
tho stage, go and salute them, go, go!
He has gone.- good, Vou know tho great
scene where In- learns bis wife H dead
at I'ree 1'refcn OnTlcf,
must have a sufficient supply of
in order to develop into a crop.
No amount of Phosphoric
Acid or Nitrogen can compen
sate for a lack of potash in
grain and all
We sh.ill be (lad
to send Itte lo ny
farmer onrlitllf boolc
which contain valu
nble informal ion
About soil culture.
flppn an kali wnPk-
oj Nsjiou St., Nw York. J
It will be superb to-night. I nm tired,
oh ho tired. (Jood-nlgM. To your places,
friends, nnd bo proud. Satutnin Is with
The fifth act Is about to begin. Tho
sick one Is dying softly, the death that
God keeps for his chosen ones. She
smiles, Saturnin Is on his knee by the
bed, his fnco hidden In tho coverlet, his
arms hanging, his lingers tightly
"Saturnin." he says gently. "It is thy
turn, tli v great scene has come. Go, mv
part Is finished, 1 will stay with her. Re
content, f will watch well."
And the poor man, springing up like a
man gnno crazy, climbs the little stair
way with a single bound and goon upon
tho stage, his hair in disorder and his
eyes wet with tears.
Ills entrance made the hall shake with
cheers. Then. Intoxicated with this echo
of former happy days, he plays Ills great
scene like a master. His looks aro -nild,
his demeanor overwhelming; hla speech
has periods nnd gradations where the
torture of his soul Is painted clearly.
Ills voice al first is filled with tears,
then supplication and now threats. It Is
grand. Justice descends In the drama
as the day descends upon the earth.
At this moment, Saturnin recognizes
Julius' step behind the curtain at the
baek and hears the words:
"It is all over, she is dead."
Then beating his face with his fists,
tearing out bis hair by handfuls, his
body thrown back, he cries:
"My wlfo is dead! She is dead, do you
understand, she Is dead!"
And lie fell to the floor In the midst of
his frightened companions and before the
audience delirious in Its applause. The
play was ended.
The next morning the public letter-
waller, the oracle for the honest peopio
of Ratlgnollos declared that Saturnin
had played his part as though it were
Al nightfall, many who unci not seen
the renewal of "The Hand of God." and
many more who had seen it, wended
their way towards the iuggler's theatre.
Alas! each one was forced to turn their
steps homeward again, silent and full
Satur nin was seated on a chair, at tho
window of his wagon, his elbows resting
on his knees, his face between bis hands,
indifferent to the noise outside, suffer
ing a man's agony and weeping the tears
of a child. Outside, on the front of the
theatre wais fastened a notice, deeply
bordered with black, upon which was
written In ink: "Closed on account of
(Copyrighted. IDAS, by the Foreign Story
Syndicate, Burlington, Vt.)
POPULAR HRAins IX HKADWKAR.
From models on display in collections
revealed in the later expositions of mlllln
erv for the spring and summer. It seem?
evident that the fancy fiber lira Ids havo
lonuired hold upon the. taste of Parisian
modistosi which thoy will probably retain,
as of standard importance, throughout
the reason. This is not to argue, how
ever, that, in braids, they will prevail
unrivalled especially In the market nf our
own country. There has boon extensive
domestic production of blocked head-
wear in Milan and Kngllsh spilt straw,
and in French chip plain braids; and the
Loghnrn braid Is not without a showing
iu hats for shade-wear for summer for
women, ami lor children.
While not to be described as lace braids,
l touch of fancy is apparent in the hats
of Tuscan braid brought out in pome of
the recent openings; and Its un In com
binations, makes it seem possible that
models iu plain Tuscan braid may have
existence at a later period of tho sea
Advices heretofore given In regard to
the choice among the fancy fiber braids
continue good. As shown In French mod
els of recent disclosure. Parisian millin
ers have evidenced marked favor for the
heavy satin and Yeddo braids of plain
Plaiting, although there were models In
braids very decidedly fuiolful in the
mi thmls of weaving. An Illustration in
point. In a hat from the Malsou Vlrnt is
of braid in pale coral-pink, the strips of
which are edged with tiny shells formed
of the constructive material. Fold of
taffeta ribbon in two tones of sholl-plnk.
heading n garland of roses of confers
of deep coral set in pale plnU. and twined
with green leaves, encircles tho crown,
and under tho brim at the back Is a bow
of the ribbons holding a cluster of roses.
A medium large hat, with crown-covering
of French ereye Iu champagne color
gathered to a point In tho center, has
brim covering of chiffon fiber br.ald in
Imitation of rceo-gcranlum loaves, tho
stems set inward, and garlands of small
pink nwes encircling the crown and
facing the brim. Hrald of wood liber In
threa 1-like shredding, nnd woven to give
the lace-like effect of crinoline, or horse
hair open-wrought braid i among the
results of the later efforts with the woven
The moss braid." are r-nininnndlng favor
able attention; and much use Is made
nf the wide, delicate-looking liber hr-.ild,
called descriptively, "velvet braid," for the
creation of blocked hat". As a rule these
braids am in solid colors, hut they are
shown also iu weaving of mixed colors,
nliiidln;. striping, etc. I' or dainty ciea
Hons In hats and bonnets, the crinoline
braid, proper, is very successful rivalling
Its imitation of shredded wood filler.
Pieces in wide bands of it, of laco-liko
ethereal effect, aie woven with cord run
In by which the strip is drawn Into shlr-
rlnir and Muting; nnd the pulling and
wheel leaes of this braid, heretofore
referred to, were again noticeable In
French models seen In the more recent
openings of millinery. 1 p to this time,
Iiowcmt. Plain crinoline nrahi na hardly
appeared. The March Millinery Trade
CASTOR I A
tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Biri th a 1 1" Kind Yen Haw Alwars Bought
Bean thi Jf Yon Hue Always Bought
H. T. Burbridge of Woodstock
Chosen President of State
MEET NEXT IN RUTLAND
nurllngtoa Dentist Well Recognised In
1,1st of Officials Commander KM
ridge Mnkew Arrangements for
Vermont at National it, A.
Montpeller, March 13 With Iho elec
tion of officers for the ensuing year and
llng to hold the next annual meeting
nt Rutland the third Wednesday In
March, ir)j, the L'Mh annual meeting nf
the State Dental society came to an end
this morning. The remainder of the. day ;
has beMi put In with clinics In which
demonstrations were made by Dr. Henry
McAtanus of Hartford, Conn., Dr. J. F.
Dowsley and Dr. Ii. C. Woodman o Hos
ton, Dr. It. M. Charo of Hethel, Dr. h. O.
llaiichard of Randolph, Dr. II. T. Hur
brldgo of Woodstock, Dr. C. S, Campbell
and Dr. Crooign o. Mitchell of SI. Albans,
Dr. Oil.orge S. Uarber of Urattleboto,
Dr. W. fi. Itrldgo and Dr. W. S. Curtis
The officers elected are: President, It.
T. Bui bridge of Woodstock; first vlce
presldenl, George F. Barber of Hrnttlc
boro; becond vice-president, George O.
Mitchell of St. Albans; secrotary, Thomus
Mound of Rutland; corresponding secre
tary, Grace L. llosnnrth of Rutland;
treasurer, W. II. Munscll of Wells River;
executive committee, J. C. Hlrjdes, chair
man, of ersennes, C. II. Kent of Harre,
H, K. Hamilton of Newport; State prose
cutor, I. A. Robinson of Mcrrisvlllo; com
mittee em State legislation, S. 13. Ulanch
ard ot Randolph, W. II. Staples of Ljn
lonvllle, Thomas Mound of Rutland;
committee on international dental con
gress 5. I.. Hodge of HurliiiRton, Thumps
Mound of Rutland, W. H, Wright of
Rrundon, K. O. Pdanchard of Randolph.
C. H. Kent of lirrre; delegates to the
national dental association. David Man
son ed' Rurllngton. W. IT. Wright of
flnuidon, K. L. Cleaves of Montpeller,
J, Holmes Jackson nf Burlington, J. C.
Hlnes ol' Vorgonncs. S. I). Hodge of llur
lniKtnn. C. If. Kent of Harre, G. F. Har
bor of Rrnttleboro, O. M. George of IJel
Py unanimous ole Dr. John I". Dov
ley of Hoston and Dr. Henry McMnnus
of Hartford. Conn., were elected honor
ary member . J. S. Hlanchard of White
River Junction was placed upon the ac
tive list. Resolutions were adopted and
ordered recorded on the death of Fred G.
Wallace of Loston and Dr. L. P. Lawton
of St. Paul, Minn., both former members
of the society.
VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT.
KJeetment Cnxc In WaHblnaton County
Court I'ndrd nivoreea Granted.
Montpelier, March 1'. The justice eject
ment case nf Wheeler vs. Wheeler, which
has been on trial tor two days in Wash
ington eounty court went to the jury last
eenlng and they returned a verdict for
the defendant and for him to recover hl
Divorces were granted to-day by Chief
iIitdRC Rowell in the following cases:
Mary L. Harrington vs, Parker J. Har
rington of Montpelier, refusal to sup
port; Florence M Tanner of Meiiilpclier
vs. Hurt 1). Tanner. Intolerable severity;
Flora. K. Hllss of Calais vs. Joseph K
Hllss, refusal to support; John H. Hanson
vs. Susie A. Hanson: intolerable severity
Lverett A. Morse, wrio was recently
released from the State hospital for the
Insane nt Waterbury and Is awaiting trial
for forgery, has been admitted to bail in
the sinn of Il.rtevi. L. J. Douglass of CrafU
bury being his hondman. Archie Farns
worth wais also admitted to ball In the
sum of $livi, on a charge of breach of the
I lie case of John Trow, administrator,
vs. the Preferred Accident Insurance com
pany, Involving the payment of the pol
Icy held by the late J. H. Ward of Rarre,
is set for trial Monday afternoon
Cnpt. tKlrcdge Han Secured RonniN In
Cnply Square Hotel for G. .1. II
F.nenmpment In Itoslon.
Randolph. March lS.-Capt. J. K. Hid-
rouge, department commander of the Ver
innnt O. A. R., has returned fiom I!cv
ton, where ho has secured excellent ac
commodations for the State delegation to
the national encampment, which opens in
that city August IS. The Vermont hoad-
riuarters will be at Copley SiUare hotel
which Is very near the national head
quarters and the general barracks in Me
chanic's Fair building.
Ml'IUiLARV IN Wi:STFORD.
Wrstford, Marrh K, Ii. Rice's store
war burglarized last night and a small
amount of money secured. Shoes, pocket
knlve nnd some other articles were tak
en besides the money, about hi small
'iianue. Fntrauee was made- Into the eel
lar of Rice's store by tho way of tho
hatehw.iy which was force. open with
tool.- taken from Floyd U. Grow s black
smith shop. At the ship the burglars en
tered b(- breaklnc a window ill the base
ment and making their way up stairs
The work nt both the shop and the store
showed that the parties were thoioughly
acepainted with the premises.
WILL NOT ACT AS FIRH lillUK
Montpelier, March 1. John W. Pock
who was elected i hief engineer of the
fire department, refutes to qualify and
insists upon the acceptance of his resig
nation by the city council. Mr. Peck has
been a member ol" the Montpeller fire
department for .10 years and Its chief for
IS near.-. First Assistant C S. Whittler
will act as chief until a successor to
Mr. Peek Is elected
HOW JAPAN TRAINS ITS SOLDIERS
A decidedly Instructive article appears
on the "Soldier : of the Mlknrto Their
Life and Tr.alnlns," by Frederick tillbert
Hlnkeslce, appears in the current Issue nf
Leslie's Weekly. V ith Its Illustration- It
Is .1 featuie nf great attraction. Another
eiiuallv noteworthy page Is that devoted
to a bird's eve view nf the theatre of war
In fho Far East, with an Invaluable table
of distances. Three drawings of unustyil
excellence add to th.? Interest of the num
berone n frontispiece, showing the man
ner of loM'Ulng fi shlpwi coked crew by the
use of tho br"ccbes buoy; the other a fine
drawing, by T, Dart Walker, of the fum.
ovs Siuont hearing before the Senate In
Washington, and the third n bplrited
picture of tho sinking of the Russian
cruiser Varlig by the ,Itps Iu Cheniulphn
bay, ihls is drawn by W, II. Loomls.
Other illustrations Include those of the
curious consumption exposition of Balti
more: Florida's reniArkable nutoniobllj
course- plot ores showing tho terrors of
the cold wave, the dramatic- page, an
iinusiinllv blight pace of photographs by
amitcurs In the prlie contest: tho recent
isll of an American conmifsoner lo the
darkest wileli of Abvsslnla; nnd the hur
ried work on s Tt'rltlsh man-of-war at
Cramp's shipyard', The letterpress In.
eludes a eoiitinuntloi- nf the stories about
the late resident .MoKlnley; Profenor
Wl'leox of Cornell, on "Negro Education
Not -a Source of Ctlmc "' Eleanor Frank
lln'r article on "Kyrle Hollow, the Sailor
lto V-ho Won a Stage Success," and
Jasper's readable ' Hints In Monoy-mak.
ALWAYS READY FOR USE
Ewy mother should have at hand a bottle "Wmm. . . .
of Johnson's Anodyno Liniment for Coucht, nmtJmWmWJmMWw C
Colrti, Croup, Cramp", Colic, llmlsss, Burns. VnT 'aTaTaP
Bit and nil soreness and I ameaesj. For Internal AnOdnitl IMIlnaf bTbVI
as much an external use. Price 2fc snd 60c. '"silillaBtWrl I
I. S, JOHNSON at CO., 238 lummsr It,, Boston, Mass.
Favorable Reports Largely Out
number the Adverse Influ
ences in Trade.
AVOIDING A COAL STRIKE
ornNhen nn I'lieourngliiE Feature to
Itevlvlng Indtixtrles Expected Tin
Workers Will Accept n Itedae
Uoa nnd Open More Mills
Farm Stnplri Lower,
New York, March 1S.-R. G. Dunn A.
Co.'s weekly review of trade will say to
Improvement In trade and Industry con
tinues, favorable reports largely outmmi-
Derlng Ortvcrse. influences. The most Im
portant event of the week was the two-
thirds vote; by bituminous coal miners to
tccept the proposed reduction In mages.
This will nrobably prevent a s-rious
ptrugglo that would paralyze, manufac
turing just when It is beginning to re
vue, similarly it Is expected that tin
plate workers will asree to a lower scale,
which will reopen Idle mills, The Sully
failure In the cotton market wain without
f-erlous effect, revival of activity and a
hleher l'vel of prices In the Mock mar
ket Indicated that the Northern Hocurltlcs
decision whs not unexpected!.
Another week has brought no check to
the. pronTCSs In the iron and steel Indus
trN. Improvement does not come sudden
ly nor Is there anv Inclination to advance
prices bv bounds as In the boom four
Cotton mills are slow to accept forward
buMneas, Insisting on higher prices than
are offered In most eases.
Lower notations are recorded in all
tho markets for the lealing farm taples
greatly improving the prospect for nor
Cures Chronic Diseases.
X Are you a sufferer from Sick Ho.ada. he. Nervous Prostration,
r.7fC Neuralgia, Nervousness, Nausea, Forgetf ulnefs, Inomnia, Mental
J Hxhaustlon. Tcvitching of the muscles, of the face eir eyes, Car
flcknes, Sleeplessness, Styes, Thickened Eyelids, Red and Inflamed Eyes. In
ability to see objects in the distance clearly. Double Vision, or In Readina
does the print seem to run together? Is your child dull and behind Its class
mates at school, or cross-eyed'.'.
If you have any of the above symptoms there is trouble with the eyes.
Examination free. ,
rated, I cure. I don't cut or dilate. Mytreatment removes every trace of th.
effect of early follies. MY NEW METHOD (Till: for this disease is simple,
rure and permanent. It dissolves and removes all obstructions and c.urc3 for
nil time to come.
Variocele and Hydrocele
business, I will point out the dangers and explain MV NEW DISCOVERY
NEWI.Y DISCOVERED METHOD isle, operated exclusively by me. Ml
an original and safe cure for Varicoce tho safest as well as the mor'l
certain and satisfactory attainable
I euro cancer without
I use a sure and positive cure for tumor,
monials on tile.
Morphine, Rum and
I have devoted a great part of my time to the treatment o
women. I can cure the great majority of cases without an,
.' t last I
be sent i
Piles and Fistula
Ml forms treated by new remedies.
If you are in or near the city you should apply tor treatment to the of,
fiee in person but if you live too far away for this write mo a full histoi-f
of your case You will receive as careful, conscientious and rainsuklng al"
tentlnn as If you were In my office dallv
XIIAY nnd other forint of lllcctrlclt.v need In the treatment of dNrasr,
W. 0. E. FLANDERS, M. D 24 Buell St., Burlington, Vt.
WILL'S C. M. . TMULCTS are always
in 110 BOX with white letters. None genuine with
out Mr. Hill's portrait, as above, and this signature
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS AND GLASS.
Wc would respectfully call t'.ia attention of all jurtisi
attending to build, or make repairs, to our large stock of the
above goods. All regular size? carried for immediate ship
ment House Finish, and odd work of every desctripian,
furnished to order, upon short notice. Small orders receiva
the same careful attention that we give to larseonss.
Our prices are low We guarantesall war'.
Pioneer Shops. - Burlington, V
cure nilloUHness, 8lr.lt Hendnche and
Constipation, all Mrcrand Dowel Cnmpltlntf
pill a dose. 2.rm a bottle at druggiita,
sent postpaid on receipt of price.
CO., Boston, Maaa.
mal domestic consumption and shipments
Failures this week numbered 219 In tin
Uiiltcd States compared with 21 last year.
SPRING TRADE BACKWARD.
lint Tlrailstrert'a Finds Scleral 1'aror
nhle lliialnen Feature.
New Tork, March l'. HMdslrreH'st mtm
mary of the sttito of trado will say to
The backwardness eif spring trade, ceti.
orally attributed to almost Interrupteellj
had weather, tinges most reports from
distributive c:' liter.", but several develop
ment" of the week have boon notablv fa
vorable chief among llicc- might be men.
tinned the arrival of much needed mois
ture In the critically situated southern
wheat belt, the continued Improvement
In the Iron and steel trade and the decis
ion of the bituminous coal miners not t
strike against the propo-"-s reduction of
wager, Liquidation In the cereil market!
and In cotton, accompanied bv sharp price,
breaks Is uNo tone rally conslriieel as al
lowing of Improvement of actual con
The hnpro ernent noted in Iron and steel
has progressed still further. The ugricul.
tural situation Is very promising.
Business failures for the week euillus
with March 17 number !!! against VK) ltisl
week, 104 111 like week In II"'.!. K'7 ill 1?W
U31 In 1901. and !!.' In W.v.
MCST PAY I'OU DKAD HORSK.
Rutland, March IS The jury In flu
ease of Henry l.jvalloy against liernanln
IUvenna. which ocgan in eouiit. court
Wednesday, brought In a verdict to-night
after about '!ve hours' deliberation award'
Ing the plaintiff STi'i which was the sum
for vbloli the mt was brought. In thil
suit the plaintiff was piling to rennet
T7.1 which was a part of the boot inonej'
In a horse trade. The horse which Ibv
venna gol In the deal died on the rolle.w
Ing day and he refused to pay lb" balau i
of the hoot money.
You should not fo.M tired all the time-.
healchy people's elon't; cm won't If ; it.
take Hood's Fursaparilla fur a ul.ile.
POi-TMAPTni: AT ESTFIKI.lJ.
Washington, March 1 Po.tmasier
appointed 'ewln . c.,imt, Wostlielel,
Murray II Dodge.
Dr. Wood's Norwjv Pine J?rup '-eeint
especially nilapt"d to the ri'-eds of tht
children. Pleasant to take; sontMnff it
its Influence. It H toe remedy of all rem
edies for ecry form of thros-t and luni
Noises in the head, ringing and rumbling of tho ears
cured by a new method.
I cure all forms of rupture without the use ot the knife.
Or I will fit you to one of my own r-peeiai trusses. Sur-r
Acute or Chronic cured ritiiekly, safelv. surely, withou,
stretching, cutting, pain and loss of time or Inconven
ience Nn mattei of how long .landing or bow complL
I cure Varicocele quickly,
sirt'oly, without cutting
dancer or detention frort
use of knife or loss of blood. Cuts
I have many testl
have found a combination of rcmediec
- ure tho worst form of rheumatism. Car.
Itching, burning, h'reding Internal oi
external piles enred In a short timt!
Treatment -:an be sent by mail.
Loss of power and all troubles resulting ftom Indii
cretlons of youth glicu special attention.
troubled by your children wcttlns
so, write for treatment.