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THE BUIHTNGTON FR1C1C PRESS : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1904.
. .--1 TX.,.4!...- T T - i C r A and 205 Votes in the House. NOMINATING SPEECHES .oiiiite nnt Mr. Pitt In (In- llnitii iifrr Itreelxoil ill tlemoor.'illi' A oli". nller Nomination h Air. Papo. m n power In tin' world, the prophet xx ho foretold II. tin' mi' who.so voire Willi I'liiulniT words enininuniled will llu Hinior onntor fi om Vermont wliom wi ii -eln l tn-ilny- a etulcMtnnti not liy ie. ..-mm of .i single pnrpoxe or a single pi, in, lint I'.V btendth of mind Itnil clri'iinlli "I puipoHe wlileli eiinlilo liltn to uiiilcrM.iiiil our oliniiKi'il condltlouM unit our eli.nmltiK needs III n brilliant iniiti, not I'.v one dnrlntr not. but by Ills I'eiirlfMs iltul foi refill tuklni? bold or eiieh new mill illfflt'iilt problem which prortetiti llHi'lf. ii li'inler not of faction er of iinrtv. but In (but emit body o o o o oo ooo o o o o o o o Your Car Fare Free! I 1 1 1 I1 ll eV lax- V III. II hilii-ndf i. S. rate I 1. i in "i i- lull. ox i I.. I', " l . V" It: .1 i 1.1. Mr. rill 1 1 1 - i.l ,.i .1 M " -Mii:. Ii irn it- .1 tf . ipo.'ilil' I st'in 1 up v. I.. ' ii . IllMXX Ul.X i.' n , 1 ii' lit i i v ell.-!, Where lil.i lliillvi' State bus ho Ioiir und repeiitoclly bonored liltn. e are here to do the bidding of the people of our Stutc to meet the wlfdi of the people of this whole In ml to elect Hint Hum who, mm nil the World IsnmvH. nits within the Inner circle of those who direct the iitTnlrs of this powerful re public. 1 nomlnnto ns seiintor of the rnltcd Stiltf1, to succeed hlniselt, Ked lleld Procter of I'loctor. MI!. PAPK NOMINATES SI.NTRK. Mr P.ipe of Hnire city, who bud been chimin l In" deinoci.HB of the Mouse to pl.ice In nomination John II. Senior nf .Mont nellcr, did II In these wolds. I urn pniiiil "f Vermont nud of her bis-' lory. 1 am ptotid or the excellent reconl of iicr ftnlnent public men who bnve ri.id their hltory In u nntloil's eyes. And I think Unit everj p.itriotle cttlznn Is Justly i i id of llu n i ord of her eminent slut' in, i in ilnie.s of 1 1. .ii mid ol her heroes ii 1 1 in - id war 1 should be nnlriie to ii.' - l! utittui to the P "pie of this Stale, ,. i i li'ii mid ndvni -ib d the (lection ,e i ,i, i..r this hluti oiriic ho did not ., mi ihi i ml honexly meiisiirc tii to it. I he m.m xx hem 1 shall name Is a self- i, , ii in mi. tvpieul of so ninny men of our Hi., n .M.iiintiiin State, who have won a ii. in. i mid Ii f.inie for themselves; he Is n I man .f -chohirl.v nttalninents, for years .1 ,i.i. le r 111 our public schools, und always 1 Will. I'MUl I .IIMI .1 J" I il'-illl'l .......nil. . mii .11 1. u.. b di'i d t" be one of the lead- V iiik liwir of Virini'tit anil of the I'lilteil S' !i .1 iniiti who in his public senlce as 1 ..1 .il bun); examiner, as I nitecl States 1 11 ,1 hi. . lie , as m.ior of bis home . i'. is Slut.'s nltoin.'v of bis linen, (mix. h.is b his lion -1 and ahihtx . ll. llu. I the dllt'ci. o) tllisi, ,n well ns ix-ix p. -iiIom of ttust anil n spinisibibty I '1 , xxhioli he bus be. n culled, with cridlt, t . . liinis.lt and biinor to the people whom 1 h s, iv,... it I- not inv purpose to main 1 1 ir nnmmiit . g speech It l not nec lx lint I i'esnt ns n (.indid.it. lor I ii 'el Slate- s, 1 1:1 1 or the iism 1 1 ol a mm who, il ' lector, i 111 fill that In nil otlh e m .- 1.. mi. v tb.'t v.ll r.'!l"i't (i-edit .11 il" P m 1.' 01 niir si t the jlmi. .lolm II S' 11I1 r "1 Montp. !i. I'. rin: mi. 1XT151 iDrciin. That's whnl wo are dointf for our out-of-town patrons. y And so ninny are taking advantage- of it we haven't hud time 0 to count t hi coupons ! I lint 1 hut really docsn t mutter. "What we want to know is, Have you taken advantage or this remarkable offer? a We can sav that liundreds have presented the coupons and X ) their round trip tickets have been paid for. 0 ruder this plan you can come to Mnrlington nt no cost to 4 vourseii. 0 What is more vou can buy the latest conceptions m 0 0 0 ' 0 0 0 Millinery, Cloaks, Suits, Waists and Skirts, Dress Goods, etc., At prices below those of Now. at first frlanee yon to do is to visit, the then conic and look our compel uors. you may not believe this. Hut all we ask A (1..... ..(...,.. ...Ii.... en .n, In P.ll el i ti.rtstti I ' I 1111 iSl i M I .1 lllllll ,e'ii ni' i i ' . .. I . r ll, new and immense stocks over. It won I reipiire much time to convince you that not only are our 'imils the best and the latest, but the prices arc entcrtainiinrly low. And vour fare is paid besides! Don't wonder how we do this advantage of it and the benefit. As loni: as we do it, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 'I i pi I both of 1 1 1 I I llOil-'' 1 .'III' n hi it tin is, m I.l- I ..i ill' i I. i 1 1. - ,'IUil Ol II tills 6: PILL OUT THii COUPON AND ; BRING IT TO OUR OFFICE Name Town State Amount of Fare. We will allow you the amount of your fare, to and from Burilng-ton, if within a radius of forty (40) miles on all purchases of ten dollars (S10.00) and over till December 1, 1904. L i;. CLARKSON & CO , BiirSin.rfnn, Yl. o 0 - I, 1 1 I "i Stall Ill, .is i As a in Tie ii in .m.l p.i . .,i il ..f it whnl Tie- bill introduce) I 1 S. nalor Simpson ( 1 ' prnvhllni; that every h'lhIiil- iiw.iv trading ll.o !)' nr. I . .ill I I , ,1 i ,.o, iril, , ! I iii the Seuale by (.:.ileilonia county person selling or stumps htin.ll pay I V ise tux tor ruriyinir on sin n ousi- i.lllll to till PC per cent fiom the v leeeipls of tip. sale of such. is ii it ! . i.me a law would be u Q blow I,. the use of tiadiiiK 0 0 Wi arc pari i"iilnHy desirous IIIL' e.lllil i I'oi'l III'.: V. ll ll III' I (! )' A articles Iroin this special iill'eiine;. v , i , ;. our out Uui'liimt :!' t ll I) 111 till I'P'l pai a i i iii ii.it. ii in t ii ot l; i . -p,.lSl.'' II win. b i i .iniiiiii 1 1 .il in the House by iinl i it v relat intr to t nipbivi-r to eln icl. ri. d to the Ren iif live Interest to i'llllll' , I -l,n., i in. i tin hlrl e:i in I'outh ,i b i - u 1 .Mr l'i ii in. i) '. '.lllWllV eel put 11 t LUIS (if til" Slat" I. I iii all other i "i por.itlons employ i i'lue i.iiml.'.t' ot men A full ab ii .t .. tin pi i-i..t,s ,.r ibis bill may . I .M.i, . I in 1 1,.- olf i. ial 1 eport. in, loll in't.".e. .1 In Mi. IMilv ofjO ,s in ,.i m.i a Male onarn 01 i I., i' i iiiiiii. - .ind In rriruhite the i,k, ie of b.ii li. t'i'iK in Veiinont, is . . i.le.lly hum I, b"' r. i.:".i:-.il of the pi u isliius of tins ns 1'. iiiiiii in tile offiil.il i eport shows that ll contains mii. Ii merit In. I. ill m'l ..l'i .(I s'n i il ril. i y afler- i'f HpriiiKticld pro - in transit sh.ill i.iis more than 'J I alel and 1 est has a I. ill m'l m!'I . I. Mi p.. ! i x thai a ti .in 1 1 he ei.litil i il 111 - wit bi. lit I . I. If you live as far away as 40 miles vour car fare will and this offer applies to all living within 1 hat distance. A purchase of $10 insures your ear fare free. Is there any monev in it for us? .lust think a miinili you will say there cannot be. And this riitlit. Put ve we you to come to us and see what we can do for you. "We know tli once you conic yon will come amain. That's why we are si to pay the expense oi' your cominir. Come yoiirsi'll and brim; your friends. Come and enjoy a day in the city. This exceptional oiVer holds oood till Dec. 1. IIMI. Hut the earlier your comiinr the fresher the stock i part nients. There can be no reirrets no disappointment. The opportunity is yours you should take adaiita. We wanted to say soiiiethini: about prices, hul the p of this paper said his space was limited, lint you wi prices riirht. You will find the uoods just as pleasinr. be delisibted with mir visit. ( 'oine and sci hat is in slor take 0 : 0 0 A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 ? h-0 0 ha '11 I It s just w ll III 1 for ; ,!l waul to di mi a in mnl v, yotit I sir, i.t I on. in .1 s.. v be I,. lU i hour, in 1 1 ii i t . . i i i 1 1 lends m I le l.( Kit-i'ituro and ,,,htid!v u ill I ..tn. a law. The in i law ie ' in. Hj. mis Kiiiinu io Js hull while the Intcrstnic limils nidi i on ti ueiiien t to 1 and the principal reason for the i.t Ion m tins bill was to make i niont stat u law ( orrespond with the 1 i.'t. 1 St w as Hut! ml aii di h i t n ol II ties I'eml 1 i 'hull 1 !. h . ii. e .if OU tll'l ,s -il. . iiii nl V.rn n Ii in n I I smri'ii ' ii. the 1 .1 hlinsi It I I' atid te ..II n . .' this Nor ' I w ' 1 1 1 KIM TI... Nil IN Hid II . .t.t ..f vers of nulrimoiiib in Utile interest lb hill inl i nihil ' il in t i.'tnlnr? by Mr Sin i which in u i.l. s ' h 'it .i Ivi i s slia II b il iinani s mi I be b n. h arisiiiK front tin ue SKN'ATK OI-' U!ic,. Inr, Mill hidd a io- 0 0 0 0 do it. Yolirs, epoH HIV to Sep i it ll.'IV now, .1' it. 0 'Ushers t iiinl the V You will 0 0 nr fare Soli I I E. E. CLARKSON & CO., TWO STORES, Church arid Bank Streets, Burlington, Vt. 0 0 0 i q UHV UOIIIV OlICCl), IJtlllllDJIUlli T I. () 0'00CtO0'CiOflO.0'OiO00' ooo -i n.i Ie I the I i 1 1 1 rn Hotel on Thui.--iiniK. (i, oilier :0, .it which tin v Mi iu'II Ie iiitoi niii'il at a banuiiet l,v Si ii.itor Talcoti i,f ( 'lilt teliilen count v. a'' -', ii union so. i. iy nf this Senate was eci - i lanatiizi'i! in lMis nud they have met i n, ilie I biennially ever since that time. Two win, in veais iikii thi'y dined tit the Pavilion (,'H it with ex-Lieut. -finv. N. W. risk, who wea h nas president of the Senate in Utui. it. th",Si of the senators of that year have " Vn- iiinl, but It Is honed Hint all the sur- ei'iii"in imus toKi'tber with the secretaries, mil t ill- ' panes, reporter and linorUcepf i s will i I.l Ulit I he pi we - i I '.1 .- .1,-1.11,, 'Ml ll l h.-ii-i -i m tin - tin - .. tie .llll.lt . h. hh - -..ii '. t icli t i i l tl n I" I Itir- the of oi llu; if .1 of tat aid t Its ha tul We 'be Got It. Til A f i s 4 Bead Fringe fall OR t Man, i ot ... j . t!;:':;;i Lainpdnauesti eseiit Ihursilay evenliiK. Mn I,. II of HurllnisMon, secietary of ti i n 'te of 1MK1 has cblllBe ot til" details a lie reunion mniiK tin olln.s to he flllul lit Hie lomi assembly 'I'huisday afternoon as pt-i. nlcil in the joint resolution udopt i.l i. .-day. Is that of .Indue advoc.il"- nei.il Spi filiation is ripe as to ,i. i la r this oltic- will irn In uricliiK this i ii as ii ii l two car ,iun. Tin. i.ru i i ,'ui, .if Km:; elected Col. A. A. II.. 11 i.t Si !h.nis lo that oltiie. I, in lie i, lusid in iU.illl, leavliiK .Indue llaiinl ioii S. l'.-ck of JturllnKton. wlio was ii.cti d In l'l'O, the incumbent "until In- siuiissor is elected and riuiilill' s." Tbi I" Iiik the date fur tin annual jm 1 1 n tr of the Vermont 1 1 istorh al mi i leiy two or tbtee inenibefs met m the l'lioliis ut the society ill tin- State IIouk and Imimdiatily iidjourned to Thui.s iia , I iilnln I .'(, I'll the afti moon and iiiuiim of thai day will ionic the an nul! business meeting and unuiversaiy i rclbi-s. OFFICIAL RECORD OF DAY Vnollier lllll ItfunrilliiK niei'llmiK In-Ir.iiliii-cil III III)' Simile lili'i-lise for Deer Hauler'! InereasciL 1 1 in n 1 to thr . I ipts t re '11 1 . beclis. colli or d) liven d t i ss must Ik ne.ss Is earn e p.-r ( e-nt. of 111'' i;i - Hie sale of such st .ns, or al ti. lex ol I. IheieMith. Keti.rns of in nl" to tow ll in which I 1 on each year, and rt minis nnd illsbtirsrmrtilfi. Any balunen shall be covered In lo Hie Htnln treasury. Kiiiil (1 tleiisilter shall kIvo bond of M.HOU. No persnn shall lierrufter practlco occil I'atlon of barbetlliK In State ttnlcsst he shall have I! ret tecelved a ccitillcnte ot iliiiilillciillon from Hie hoard ot examiners, t'lttlllcntes shall he Issued nftr-r reulur i xamltiiillnn nf applicants. Much master barber applying for certificate shall pay tho bnnrd lieasurcr r. Journeyman i'i, to be refunded If applicant does not pass, to be retained If mrtltlcuto Is Krantod, and the intiio fees sliall be paid each year tliereafti'r for licenses to practice barber- lllK. 1'ersnns now rtiK.'tlted In liarbrrlliR shall be Ktantcd certiacntes without examina tion, on application, on payment ot certi ficate fee, but sliall pay annual license rce. Hoard shall furnish rerlincale. when de served, which shall be posted In shop. Il.ti hers shall iiln post a set of ruler, ptcsorlbcd ri'KUlntltiK the conduct nf their business and to Insure sanitary conditions In shaving. board may revoke certmcates In rules are not followed, after due lug. d may call attention of Htnte local boaid of health to unsanitary condition of barber shop and littler may drelar" same a nuisance. Penult v of line not less than $3 or more tb in or Imprisonment I'.a days -six months or both for violation; Joint com tnittce on public health. OTIIIUl UIU.S. 11. "i-Hy Mr. Patten of West Uilt I'iikI, Incorporat mk the West Uutlind Trust comtiany. t'mnnilltoo on banks II, sr. By .Mr. "Walto of Hyde park, iajlniv a lax on I.amollle county, to pay Hie county inueni euness, in anil io court bouse Interior and Imprnvliu; county bulhllims Renerally; to select committee of l.utnollle county mem bers. II. SO I!y Mr. llnrlek of Castleton. amendlnu Hie law relating tu check lists. ('otnnilt tee on elections. Pro vides for more careful revision.) II. S7 My .Mr. Alwood of Cornwall, incorporat Int? the Corn wall Telephone and Telegraph company. Corpora t tons II. -- My .Mr. Tucker of Thetl'oiil. ' Incorpoi at ing the Stinffonl Co-operii- lle Teh phone e'ompany. ' ortiei'iitluns. II. "-'.i Hy Mr. Ciiiser of Putney, lo provide an uullable process nftr .Indgment in I'ertalu cases. l.'lerk of ,m coiintv or 1 1 1 n n i i i i 1 1 court or auv justice of the peace by whom a Judg ment Is lenilered shall, upon applica tion "f judgment ci editor. accom panied by affiiliult thai Judgment is founded upon ilaim lor lui.'ssailcs ol life, Issue notice to judgment debtor to appear Ii. I'd " .said court to show cause why ( xainina t lou into ills elr i unistances anil nl.llttj to illscliargi i he iudmuent 'h"Uld not be made. Cull I shall first ib-O rmiiie whither ihigii'Mil was actuallv for iieei ssarles .' life. If ll so in,, It shall proceed ,. i ii i ii ii i in Oi ale lit ot ib Lti.r to .. tie .niilgiiH n! in full or by partial .i in- til f . It it finds him able, It shall ib r payment and the manner thereof. I the debtor fails to obey this order, id unless he can show iiderinute cause lerefnr, the court may declare thnf ilcss he compiles within a specified me he shall b" held In contempt. It still lulls, he mav accordingly be Id 111 cotit' nipt and linpl isoned for a more than II days. I.lbeial dis retlon Is allowed the court to mitigate ,e fill pin. illy, ti I'licunist.ini es arise hat niak" it. seem n d visa lib, .ludjx 1'ieiit ib .'ors may Ihemselves applvl'or the bem lit of tills act. Pi occ( dings iiiiler this net shall supe rseilu all other proeceilings tin- the eollection of debts. 1'rovisinn is mude for division by court 'older ol payments maile under this pro iiiillng among dilTeient judgment i-iiditoi's .ludiciaiy commit t ( e. II, e.iitv Mr. Kills of lnittltboro, ' .hip tiding the statutes relating t'i deaf, dunib. Iiliiid and idiotic cblldien. I'nin i itiiitce on education. Appropi uites JMueo 1 nnuuallj . II. al--My Mr. Sheilnnne of Pomfret, to prnui'ile safetv on the high wa vs. lien , i ral ii'inmittie. .Makes uulomohlllsts rc . ,-ponsiiile for d.im.ii'os. II '' Hv Mr. .Niut.in ut . rgennes, di--MI g i.i' int.'ve iimg li'i'int bel'Uimng I i tali nl d usiil Ii 'i ns. e. t'nilltlll't. e 1. -ir. tat.. (Slid h -nor lilty lie J'lld .-.llllt lllll' t ll- ''IISI l i. II ':: Uv Mf N'Uton of lb ailing, pio- lung lb. take g el tuini for (-al". I'otn- n. u . on ga and llsln-ries. II ''t -My Mi Pinter of Whitlnghim, compelling towns to maintain high school nl furnish surh instruction to ai'.v.inee'd pupils. Committee on education. II 'I.' My Mr O'Mrie-u of South Mur ir.ut.in. 'iffeudlntr relief to that t.iw'l 'n r niiritig higbw ivs'. Committee on hlgh- ii ami bridri s. II. :'' Hv Mr While of Cavendish, i t il.lislung priilial. i uiirt buildings f..r 'I dsn" distrut Sl(i'l.ll roninil'.tcc Of to. nih'-i's from Windsor county. SUN SPOTS Prevented Ru fftticura YSOAP them, but they must bn In such pltice that they run be conveniently reached by the carrier without his being oblig ed to dismount from his vehicle or horse. I From Monkton to North rrrrtsbitrKh, fi.f.o miles and hark. VI times a week, bond required, JSOO. Present contract, 1512.72. From Chimney point to Versennes, 14 miles and back, six times a week, bond required, JSOO. Present contract, Jlfc'i.SO. From Tliisln Harbor to Vergennox, T 12 miles and back, six times a week; bond leiiulred, .ItlO. J'resent contract, $'JSf). From Ilanlisvllle tn Huntington Cen tre, 3 mllea nrul baclt, six times a week: bond required, $400. Present rotitr.ut, 1 1 .S. From Huntington Centre, by Hunt ington, to lllclimond, nine tulles and balk 12 limes a week; bond required, $1,(1110 preseuit contract, $(!IS. From llincsburgli to Mtirllnston, 12. en miles and baclt, 12 times a week; bund lequlreil $l,,10u. Present con tract, i, 1 Fi din Thompson's Point lo Thomp . son's Point station, 2. (17 miles and back, 12 times a week; bond required $300. 1'iesent contract, $!". I From I'tiderhlll Ontre to Underbill, three miles and back, VI times a week; bond required, $100. Present contract, i $.uin. 1 From Wllllstnn to North Wllllston, 2 60 miles and back, 12 times a week: bond requited $20u. Present contract, j.'u.'i r,r,. ! From Wcstford, by Mrookslde, to 1- Assisted by CUTICURA Oint ment. the great Skin Cure, and purest and sweetest of Emollients. For sunburn, heat-rash, tan, freckles, pimples, blotches, black heads, red, rough, and oily skin, bites and stings of insects; for cleansing the hair and scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff ; for baby rashes, itchings, and chaf ings; for many sanative, anti septic purposes that appeal to mothers, as well as for all pur poses of the toilet, bath, and nurs ery, CUTICURA Soap, assisted by CUTICURA Ointment, the great Skin Cure, arc priceless. V. H. Comii'.et- K.xtrrnal and Internal treat ment for every Humn, fiem Piitirlc to Scrofula, from Infaney to Age, ennsistinir of CUTICURA Soap, Ointment, ani I'iil. prtie, the tet, One Dollar, mat nniv be hail of all ilrupp'-t". K, ,1 thr, up' i' " 9 w ,r fi Cutii iin - i.p. ?.V , ("ttnt m.i '. VI, Ite-.i.'v t Mir. i In (i rm i.f Cti.JCotMl' C'(.tfl rilli, Wo. frr M.l r.t lll. IleiJUt Leitnltin, VT Chtrtcr lioul. S. I rrl. I Hue el. In l'.li , Ilo1.in, 1 7Coluiubui At.. Pn.r Dmf ft Chrm. Corp . Sol. l'roi ctr (' "Ho in I'M"rit, Jluifr, B'l BiiutUj ti. 6Ua, Htl, Uilr, il l!ll." sex Junction, 10 miles and back, six times a week; bond required, $C00. I'resint ronttart, f'!"". From West Ilolton to .Tonesvllle, flvo mile." ami bail!, six times a week, bond rcqun'dl, $3fto Ptesent contract. $121. CALLED TO LARGE CHURCH. Her, AV. II. Iorhnsh. n Native of VeTa niont. CIoc to Mnillion Ate. He- formril I'liiireti. Iloston, Oct. IS A call bar, Just bon received by the Rev. AV. 15. For liusli of the Wlnthrop f'ongregatlonal "Inn ( h. f'barlestown. and accepted, to the pastorate nf the .Madison Aventfj Reformed Church. .".Tth stieet and Mad ison nitioe, Ni'W York city. He will take up bis new duties November l'i. Mi. rnrhush Is a native of Springfield, Vt . wll"e lie was hot 11 Feb. 20, lStH, and is a itraditat" of Ii.irtinnuth 1 nion Thiol. luioal Seminary nnd New York 1'iiiv. isity. Ills new church Is one ot tli" l.ii'Ki st in Ne w York. nuriek if f'astleton. The roll call resulted- Heiihrld Proctor I'1-' John II Scoter -H The speaker ditictcd the clerk to r"c uu the fact tlt.it K. utlebl Proctor bad i"- ( ( I Veil J lutise a majority of the ut-.s cist in th- P.ll.l.S INTIlontTKn. H. 101 l!y Mr. O'Hri'ti of S.. nib Ilur- luiRton, repi'ihtiR lertaln sections of th" t-laltitos allow mi; fsi eommlssioners to i.ssue permit" to i(sidents of tips State to fish with si ie cs ,n d s.-t Inn s in the waters ind upon the shores of Lakes t'hauipbim and .Metnnhtcni.tR m Joint eommittee on tniuie find lisheric.s On mnilnii of Mt Sin rwm of Jamaica, the I louse ,ul imini. .1. VERMONT STAR ROUTES. Cimtnicp to He l,ut Soon for Cnrrjlnir Hull on Haii of 'I'liein. TO FNIiAltOK MAllHI.i: PLANT. Th" Uutlmd 1'lo-ence Marble rom panv of Kutlned !i.i- plated orders for a l'HL'e amount ot m '.v machinery and plan nine io enlnrire its pi nits at Fowler m-l t . i.tlniiMse increase its business li lilt -ies n .iiebr has b. n placed with tlio (.ineeil'i Iron works of this city for 15 K.ums, v.-hieh Mill lnereae the number at the row ler mill to 41. The Imm-nso mill was built to accommodate 91 inmts. beinp; nlienlv in operation. As ono side of the mill has be-n used hv the. polisher?, the ipst ill ii.i.r Tf tb" new r.incs v. ill necessitate the remov il of thil I. part t. lent to som" otier quart- ri. A tempor.ir' wood1-'' irti lure i. d b' erect ed in tlie rear e.i th cu't.'-' vi i 'o a. -i iniimi.il ite the p..b-heis , i-ipc t' win t. r a ud in tb" princ th o .' v in Icpits to ere. t Mil:, f til' iimtr -, the plans for win. b lm nut v-t l.. de i idcil upon Am ' rd- r f..r i . -' i nvei heed tnieliuB N le - erri-i. with -i ,1 foe t -nin uu1 i '.t.-.f.inr riiv iivn t , -i I.e. n plieeil with tin Nib s. I'eriinnt Poicl en-np.inv e.l T'i il i lrlpbl.l 1 li - r i 'H to be ii.sti'i.d i' r.,i---. Am 'b i or. I- t has l-.en plie .-1 .lfh the sMt, m' 'i"V for a :,i -li.ii trirItrir 'r.iie wit in 1 Kii.l nir.iwiv to be set up i ' M eailv part el ie si.T-mir T'e . i .! 111. n. - e,ii!i-r.'i "' will tiir.'n in - ndi- b AV.ishii'i?t..ii. (' t 1 Tin"' 'i . ' ' ' Per of si.ir ma 1 rout is In i i .' d I. Id, nr. i "W I . init ' ill' d r i' t the in. ill- foi .in.. i 'nr p. .i.i.l I'- I' i' -1 Stall S postl.fhi e .11.1 In . t ties i. i .. -t took a new liop.ittutc n lb. m.i t. i . awarding eontraet" fr oirr-n: ll' mails. l''ormerlv a m m in my p iri of tlie countty could s. i.re the i h and thru sub-let them and i.ifik. wi i evei be could on the transaction. l-'.-r I I in f i i . iitip-i t its Till, lie i ' h on i' r i -' an !o' I I I I' w 1 I I, i nir lll low i.l -.t a' 1 -t ,t I. n ( i. ti.e r- .. ..'. at. n' Hi" n e,t ; ,- r.,v 1-1 n e 'It til M lfl ' t ,1, 1 TI n at I ar.l f ,1 er Tike. Il'-s rent ,'c-W tho utucky could the mail o m ". t niu'it OH, Electric or Gas. ON RINGS OR BY YARD The Popular Decoration m i-irge uiues. Stf flit SAMPLES AT CHINA HALL HEAD OF CHURCH ST. X 1 to nrilir by the tueslib lit. Jlevo I iN'nisis i oiidiii ti il by the chap ..f lie House, the llev. (lu C I.ani .loin mil of Moil' la H jiio. ( edlim.- .mil apprm . d. AliOPTKD. .beet ri siiliitinn by Senator Wells of U .isliiiiijiun, pr. nlii. k for Joint hum uibly '1 Inn .' d,i . o. ;..li. r -a. at ii.'iii i. in. to eb et .siipiiiin- eonri jiiiIki s, siiperintciulcnl of i din .uioii, self,' .irit-.it-arms, ailjutant and liispi ctor, Ju.lui ad voi atc-ip in r.il. and Ibi'i e liuste. s of the 1 nivoislly of Ver mont ii !) Kt.ite Aki a Ulturul Lulli'Ke. iiii.i.s iNTHniiiit:i:i. S. Hv Senator Prouty of Oileiiiis, ' l i.i iik! ix-c pin.iUv tor i.iilure lo return in- i 1 1 1 1 j i v ot iiui U lo not more Hi, in i,im, msle.ul of i i. eon Without iIIhi i noil, i om Iniili .- on judici.iry. S. lil-lly Heiiiilur ilowlaiul of llutland, nmendliist section 291, V. B,, rolutlng tu election by ballot. Upon written applica tion of DO votftH all town onVers Hlmll bo elected ,y hlllot, ltpnii one ticket, and plui.illty Hlmll elect, cuinnilttui) on elec tions. H .11 liy rleiialor Simpson of rabdonla, an ixcu-e Htainp law. ICvery per-on or if iii sillltiK tiadii.i; Htiimps ihall pay uu m t .. for t4rrj1ni; on suili bumnihs S Ir- nips, ii . n. IiUSi- ls- ta shall be collect! d by the town. Penalty lor lailiire to make such return not more Hi. in l'i. committee on Judiciary S. Itfi Hv Senaloi Pioiity of Orleans, to pay A. l.ei Holmes $I,1M.7-I, tho same lieim; a sum beniK inheritance tax paid on es tate outside ol Jurisilh tion of Vermeint; (onimittee on claims. S. :!iV-H.v Senator rh'lehor of Windsor, !imeiidniK chatter of lllack River Tiust lompany; committee on corporations. S. Hy Senator lud of Waslilneton, .m.i inline' si i Hun Mai, V. S., lelatniK to investment of trust money by a town, ( oinnilttee on hn.iiice, ItHAH TWIt'H AND IU3 1'lO II H l-l 1. II. K! -llnlari-'iHK lite district No. - III I'avcndish; eommittie on corporations. II. IV -Rel.ituiK to takinn of land for . tuini purpoM's; cominittce on cot porn- 1 1' .tits II. "1 -To Incorpointe Mi-L'hauiesv.iic ('. nii-1 1 i v iis-wii niiion , cominiiiee on cor- pLir.ilinns. THIRD HKADINO ORDURHD. 8, r,- P.epcaliiiK all bounties on noxious animals; report' d l.iviuuhly. S. U -Rel.itinK to i olli'i tiiiii of tiiNes in cities and uu ui poraled villaKes; icportcd I ioi.ibl. S. 4-PiovUllnit for llienses for pon-resi-ilctit hiinteiM of d.-er; icp.uled l.iMuably with ann ailments. All uinendmclils iidopt ed License fie cllllllltcd ft om iD to J.'i. Person may kill om deer witli horns not Ichh than tin en Indies hitiK instead of ono buck deer. Other minor ainc'iulmcnts as tn operations ot tlie law. Seniitois Wells, Irfhain, Lord and i 'arpentcr queried 1 1 in i ommitti'e as to killinK of doen ami is to amount of daiiiiiH') done by deer. Senator l ii-iii' of Franklin of tlie ciiinnultec c plainul that the eommittie hopi d the pro- slons I'llallvc to li until of limns would - ivi Mime (lias and that tlie .funic... i..ill done hv di'( r and reported to tin i llicials was alioul ti. and that a fund of fl.mid is at the si rvice of Hie llsh and i. Hue eummit-MoiK ih for Hie payment of - I( ll il.llll.lK' s. S lo -lie orpin. itini; tlie Hemlocks bos- PROCEEDINGS OF HOUSE. lllll In Itc-lilcl Murlriiisf of illiinrs oilier loiiiiirlaiil Illlls Introduced. D'otlon,il exerci-. ai'ltn ! (I by the el V. It Yesterday" exercise Dukcshii i Joiiinnl -i Mnu' poller, id and lpprove HILUS INTIP mroKD. II. -Vi-Hy Mr. Mattm of Mont'omei y, relatlnn- to issuin of marrlace certi'i-(at.-.s; Jialniary. iProhlblts m.irri.w of minors under bi years nttlnuit ord t Homi the court.) II. si Hy Mr. Triinilnill of Pawb t. anicridim; act lelatuiK to extension of the Whitehall and Oranlllc rallioid in t'i. State of Vi rniont. conmiitlee on railroa I-. LIAUIL1TY HIM.. II. vjHy Mr. Kmuh of Hull i. id eliy. rcl,itiiiK to tin ici-piii.-i'iility of i uiplov r to iinplolics. general . I'Mllilltte i Pinviles lor lepnr.ition In case of p, i sot'.il m (in wlub In tb' exeicin of di, i.ile. by n-asoii of dibit in (oiidltioti of Wax s, w orlxh or in.it In m i i unn- i I - d w n It eiiiploycr's busini ss at. sum from nct'i K( in e on p. ut of (iniloxir or spi-en'ix lii.-lrucli-il employ u s ''iUK that i'n-' K.nne is in propel ii. million; a ' -ir is 1 JOINT P.LSOLUTION. Hi Mr. Orout of Derby, providing f"r tin- priiitliiu of the lepott of tli3 .State ..lllll i ommls.sioners. Mi Orout explained that the report ins readx for the printer, but Hint there xxas no lesrai authority for prlntlni; it. The liuusn adopted the resolution. KICNATi: HILLS RL'FKRRF.D, S. !x Makms husband and wife eom pi t nt w i t u i sses. Judiciary inmmittee. Vermont statutes. b.i a railtoad eorpoiatioii shall ed as p,nt ol tlie wax.- and xi iniiitlon.il If Injuiy results not Instantiineons or prec ib i senuiH sufferinif, aclien may i S. 13- Ainenillm,' H.II Jiulii'iiiry coininlttee. ADOPTUD IN I'ONf'L'RRKNCK. Joint resolution providing for joint as sembly to elect Judges of supreme COtll't, . te. (in motion of Mr. Walker of Uummcr ston tb" Houmi adounieil, I H U S I A 1-"TI . K NO O N, Tlie sp. aUer .'ilinouneed as House iiieni lici's of th" Joint committee to inveeti it.ite State expenses: .Mcsm-s. Miles of Hart Vial of .Outset and Clicdcl of Stm kbi'iilue. HILLS INTROIH'i'KD. II. 07-H.v Mr. Walte of Hxde Park, ierf.it .1- rcKiilatimr arrest ol- intoxleateii persons insiatiee, a man in b n contrail tor c-irrj i of Ha star i i .' - m ". tnio'it a -I "fnrm it nut " Those W'b.i w u t t.. p t in b 1 'or n' jr.xiim On mails on the dm' i 'it s' ir 'routes in this Mat' must do v -i. j tlfSt Of Dei elllbi r The pe'l'iil Ml X-hl li 'tiny an to cover i omii'- f . s Jnlv ' I ' ' and expires June 'in. VKf.'. It mav --i interest to knoxx soinethniR about t'i" t d lowlnir mutes and what st' ps ire in i talon In putting In a bid All that it Is necessary to do on tlie part of any one wlin desires to put hi a bid Is to procure blanks nf the nearest postmaster and to send the application to the postolllce authorities in Washing ton. A bidder, however, ii not eligible ur.- lesp he lives on the line of the route for whlch he makes the application to eany the nvi II over. This is to be construed lo mean Hv-1 hiK ivlthin the territory regularly served at tlie postolflce on the route. I The party taklnp; the contract must irlxo his personal superxislon to thei peiform.uico of service Unless he docs this, his contract becomes void i nnd tlm service will be relet. 1 Under the comparatively pe w requii e ments, people llxinir on tlie star route, tret mm li In the way of prlx lleces as do those llviim- on the routis of rural free dellxeiy. The c n ri. rs on Uu- stir route if tile people pi oxide III. ul boxes or 11(11111 small pouches on cuius on posts near lb" re id ire ol.lm but mail li "tn I HI l"n P.i ii . .11 ON m: I ' iRT. The f. 11 w ' g i a x - 1 1 it im . - . of a letters, w Mi. art nnnrs wn't-r " --no the lai'i;. st i .ie -tns of its kind i Mm World Ii . .- I thr oldest ,u-i N st a-1- Xettl-ed te,i,s s -t NeXVt I Ii. it- sir XV c 1 . in r. ecu ' ' ir1 of 11"- "111 111st s 1 1 IIR th 1 1 x t e not r 1 1 .1 ir hi - i red 1 . -.! " sir,, x b li xv. r. -I . I . t S ; ' P, t j No .x ix a t V i . -:, , rrot We lertvn'v 'M.i. n.l il ' " xpresa cfiinp itix xx -1 '.I 1. able t i 1 ' ship ment t. x. m iM,m .lint. ' i i o of o- r te until rf S.-pt. ml i r JT ' taking the- urittrr up w tl our!-- saient xxe Iin. I N"i xx ii irt V-in i,i i xery small pin" - .1 tint 'ler- ' evpresi ofll . mi tb tour -ii - sii; . thep.-nk- s In I nil i death, by co i-le'iiUKlit I tal of Hrattieiioio. itcpmi xvith minor .iiiiendne nti- win. h were ii i lupt. d On uio tioii ot Seiialor Slink of Cab donlii, an i,i In r a tin iiiiiii nl was made, pi ovuhiu; I ,r tlie liuhiltlv of ollicers for in kIIki iu e of employes. Ki nalor Lord of WusIiIuh lon faxond the anieiidiiicnt. II. li Ann n biui chat lei of American Fi delity iiunpan.x; fuvoialde report. I'll motion of St nalor Stevens, the Sen- II tO illllOllllll'l S l'i N A 'I' I' A IT 14 1 1 NOON. S.-nafc calbd lo order by the prcsldi nt. Tin pKMileiil calli d Hie attention of tho Si lllll. lo the election Of Uillllll S'.ll.s .nalor. ,.lor. Aftir the lioiiilliatitiK hpi cell end m c iiiiiIh luentioned ilsewlien: the roll was ra-llod nnd ".0 volcn xviic ri'lfiHteroil fur Senator I'rootor. Tho president announced that he hud received a majority of tho VOlefl C.ll t. On nioiion of Senator Foxvl- r of Heft, nlnston til-' Hiniito took a recea until thrte o'cloek. The pi si. ii -it huvini; n nun d the ( hair on motion of Sinat ir Duluy uf oraiiifu, the Small adjourned, lo iccovir (lamaKcs for tin (b"i'h m adib- tlon to those fo injury. If d ith resiiln Instantlv by reason of jii'hIikci' .. of tie (inployie himself, or of a person for wlioso nei,'llience an i mployer is liable under section one of tins act, his xvuloxv or next of kin dependent mi him for sup port niuy hi Inn action .n-'alnst tlie em ployer. DainaKcs to be assessed with le forepce to dcHree of culpability; not to excei-d $,(ni for piixinul Injury, and not tn exceed $",,Imi fur both Injury ind death. Tlie amount of d.imancs awaided in ca-e of hihtant death to he not less than $" iur nioie than $..on.. Sixty days lotlco to he mvon to (unployr and action to be eonimeiicod xvitiiln a ymr, su.-h nolue tn be siii(d liy tlie person uilur'd or lix' a person in his behalf, notice not lo I e belli invalid l-cause ol inaccuracy mi ll ss lut...tliin lo mislead can b" shown. I'levlois knoxx leili,'-1 of il defect or neirli. ceiui xvnli'h liaised injury, or falPu-n to plli' due notice nf such defVit to em ployer, inxuliiiuloH any action lor dam. iiKis. An i-nplover onulributlnp; to -hi Insiiianee (mill for mutual l'"iullt of cm lilox'ces mav prove, in mitimillon, sip li "ropnrtlrii of b"nellt contributed bv him lor the emjiloyee. TO ItUOULATi: llARHIlRINtl. II. M- Hy Mr. l.ildy of Stoxve, an act lo rojp.hito Hio pi.ietlce of hat berltu;, to i s tablisli ,1 stale hour'l of barber examiners and lo piovlde lor sinltary inisi-t-lliii of barber shops. The kovci nor "hall appoint a lioaid ol exaiiilneis. conslstliiK: of Mine nieiiilieis, txxo of Mieni master harhirs, xxlni shall serve six years, tlielr lerms i-x-pirnirt alternulely cm ll txxo yells l.x.lliiiuers shall ricelve $1 per day coin- peusiitiun, to be paid fiom fiuiils in tin hnndli of tho hoard treasurer. ISxiiniliu'ts shall Hccurc enforcement 'if this act and shall report biennially to tin- governor i:icnse liiiuneil b ihm pet shall not xcet'd hv $l(i pit annum lb. ainonnt received for li-insis und iciImi culcs by llu boaril Hoard sliall uiR.iiiIze and sliall ri'P" t to State In tin r .1 i' i rx I at n ills t a Re In- be. n Nexvp.iit ami del:, v in foi xx ' nssure x-ou 1 1: Ijinssilil. to ri, the earliest t , your custom i , v a rib d I"' st lire line lrto til it e-x nl. nil . causes tha .r.t iik sliipii.e-it to you. Wrj i' we ar- dome everything h this siiipmut to you at is. sii moment und xve hepei s will bear with tin a xvhiln lentil. i)ur express iceni advises its ho will auain take th" matter up and ascer tain recsnn shipineiit has not been for' warded. Yours very truly. OAI.LUD TO DARTMOUTH ClU'IU'll. COL1.EGH The -eht Rev art M T. M. has be n rrill, past- xxho for about" .r of the Ohrls- and deposit d to I mall .1- tlan has b-.i Obiirch of Woodstock, lor xvhleh ho w, .iked eirnestly anil faithfully, Hart ixcl a .-ill fr-.ni tb. Dartmouth c '1- Cliut.b at 11. inox. r. N 11. to ho its -t .nt pistor Mr Mori ill has peon r"1 cu by th. sneietv at Aooistock f '1 xi n"s ami will take up his work r i, r is -mi, ,i- -i .- .pply is found for 1 iili-.t. xxithout a watrunt. Such persons may In nticjipil xxithout warrant and In Id until in condition to appear In court, xxh.-n Miev sliall be prosecuted bv county cr town authorities, .ludiciaiy coinmittei II 'i- -Hy Mr. Davis of ('hosier, to iny crrtuin persons the sums nanvil Parti nie Miose whose i.ittlo were kjlb'd ill I'mj-nl In stampim; out foot and mouth discus, ('onimittee on claims. II. W-Hy Mr. Dartt ot Spnmrdeld, up. proprlatliiK -l.if for supiiort of Yer ltioitl Soldiers' Home; conimiltio on mili tary uft.ilts. RKAD THIRD T1.M1". AND PASSED. II. 1.", nmendliiK ch.nlcr nf tho chestnut Hill Reseixoir company. Favorably re- polled by committee on coi irations 11. amendltiK iliarter ol (iodiiani mmu- liuiry. I'avoralily reported by comniitter on i ot poratious. THIRD RlIADINCi ORDIIRUD. II. 0, atnendlni; art nf 'le. lelatltiK to klllinn of (leer. etc. iDeer must have bonis lliiee im lies In lemttli.) Faxuralilv reported by joint conimlttee on K.ime and lislli-lies. HILLS INTRODUUICD. II. Iftvlly Mr. 'I'udhopo of Ninth Hero, incoiporatiiiK the AlbiirKh I'cutcr Telo phnne I'onip.iuyi comiulltoe on cot poratious. ULIJCTION OF U. S HICNATOR. Tlie House proceeded to the election ol a United Stales senator for a term of six ear lo ma coed tbn Hon. Hodflobl Proc tor. Mr. I'llts of Hratt leliol'o nominated the lion Hedlield Proctor Mr. Pape of Pane nominated the- Hon. John II. Hciiler of Montpi'lior. Ri-iltlelil Pinctnr xvas seconded by Mr. Downer of Sharon, Mr. tlravos of Hen pmitlon, Mr Stut t of Raltorslleld, Mr. DiiihtiR of Uhelsca, Mr. Lewis uf Troy, Mr Halley of Ussex Mr. Hicker of SI John -burv. Mr lllanc hard of Newport. Mr Datlt of Splinwlli'ld .Mr walte ot ll.xili Park Mi Show of M trlbiro an I Mr Will Ion of Mdtim. John II Siotu' wi M'l'oiKl'il by Mi S VH. GREEN U xAMPS' iiiSigr?rrin fRrp(7 J.W.iVTAUSLAN COMPANY W;CHstn$ .Heel nir nl Ilie lloston Store Wnltlnc Hooin. rnr North Hnlrnnee. The J. W. McAuslan Co. are constantly receiving important addi tions to their extensive stock of fabrics, wearing apparel, novelties, etc., in correct style for the season, English Broadcloth, with a short imp that will not wear nuirli, nnd 1ms n lustrous fin ish. All colors, viilno l.'J") for, yni'.l $1.00 Ni'w lint' strit'tly Rain Proof i Cloths in Oxford, Tun. Olive. .Modiuiii Oxford, Tit indies j wide, reoiilar $1 ..0, ynrd. .$1,35 ino yards, 24 inch All-Silk Crepe tie Chine, one of the popular fabrics of the season, Lioht Blue. Tim, Red, Brown, Reseda. White, rink, Preani and Bliick, vnrd G9c Flannelette Xi'iw lUib ed Wrappers, Black. Silver (inn tiirur- 98c, $1.19, $1.48 r pieces Black Jamestown Dress Goods, sponged nnd slinuilc, fimey weaves fill inelies wide, i-jiin iiooi ynrd $1.19 and $1.25 New Eiderdown Sacques, full line colors, trimmed with Per sian Satin border $1.25 Japanese Crepe nnese liirures, terns Kimonos, Jap beautiful put- $4.25 White Mercerized Waistings of .Mercerized Cotton, silky tex ture, full line patterns, rou Inr :i!le and f.Oe, for, yard. .290 LININGS. Prcs do Soie, nil colors. It is akin to silk, looks like silk, ft?cls like it, and has the natural cry of that fabric. Our price, yard 30o r