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TUK BURLINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY. MARCH 20, 1006.
BY AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS The World's Greatest Military and Naval Pageant. W III III-Klnlo, ."cm tin lliimiitiiti ItnniN, Ir In WOT Three II mull m X cum of Progress, Since the Philadelphia Vnt milfil m 1STH. Hit rr 'i i r- beep many oxinlt tun -. great and mi, .til. All linn- '"''' Inland ,ind nil nf .hi iiiiHiilrl.il ih.ir.uicr. im .lliniiplon Itoa.b In l'.'i'n ll I" ptnposcd to cvr the world fnturUiIng entirely new. litis ureal nli hr.itlnti will I"1 1,1 , n lit iilin, -t f iiiil-(litiitit Hum Cap, Hcnr.i U.'i Uio Knuliifli llrst landed thr.f sliln n Hip sptltlg nf H"", and l.lllir loW'x. where they llliall.V eMnhlish Ml t ' it i" "Iimiii "I oil nnc nf the lin:-l ll slniii Imil'i- "f Witter nil tllf face "t thr glnbr i li.ii-li ir which lit the Wnlilr of iiiuir.il I. c "' largo enough in Unit ill I'll' n.iv.-s nf civilization ntnl di i p I im Lh t l iltnwil nil sc Otlnhlil tlll'fel'Ctlei s.' oi lonK 'in till splendid bay, tin ,1 i i 'inn ( xpn.ilMnit Mill In l!''i" com i cm i it ti.t beginning nf ilu- Amer'n i i l!er 1 il tV genesis f'f tin' white iimii In w -it i- now tllf t'tilti-il Slates, Mi. trr r,n mi.il nf till- llrst JCnFSl lsl l"ctM. n" nt in tin- inn- world. Ii Is th innt scntinirntnl oclpbrnti ". o r pi ii in il in Amotion. Situated in i I rr t irv T.l'n ll IlilM been the 1 1 1 1 1 legri ill I'l I I ;ill if tl.' gnat wars In America; Inn Iv s 'i it curly days; during tlv 1 i gi sh w.us ravaged by foreign fm. ii i , 1 1 f nf Hip rliiof strtlggliv ' i nn tin- lll.Ul" ll.lMll i-im.iK' I" 'ii fnught its in morn lib 1 iiiilt nry contlicts nn Yirg'in M.I Im .. .1 nn c m ;i'i or i'i' finil 'I up s one i COHP'r i'i a prr- i I U ' . r . il i i -ih'r v i r t il ill v ' ' i i i I'r i i( ( 'U III 'i sb ns nr w .1 r-. O r n i hns"tl 1 ll peeullully Intl'l" fi tv Americans horn In Hi' w illlillll nlll'estnr! Will) li in "li-TUt In tills seotlmi. .mi. lioily nf water In K'- 1 iv.il lli-i't was ii-enihled ii' . l'i nt- hundredth antnvets.i'.i , . r nf America : In 1'' 1 " I.. 1111 opiPSi lit' il n t tllf It ' -..il rendezvous which will I" The Food Value of a Soda Cracker You have heard that some foods furnish fat, other foods make muscle, and still others are tissue building and heat forming. You know that most foods have one or more of these elements, but do you know that no food contains them all in such properly balanced proportions as a good soda cracker ? The United States Government report shows that soda crackers contain less water, are richer in the muscle and fat elements, and have a much . higher per cent of the tissue building and heat forming properties than any article of food made from flour. That is why Uneeda BldCtlit should form an important part of every meal. They represent the superlative of the soda cracker, all their goodness and nourishment being brought from the oven to you in a package that is proof against air, moisture and dust the price being too small to mention. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ' fl L M I ( lot ' U p i 'ii i 1.1 'n rti'l l slnr"' i'il tn t till il th.n 1 I'd t Hn- lin. epvpl! linn 1' nilthnvitv . ii itnl till iiiuntriPs tn st iiil at nnliil ci-lplniitioii tin ir r mil loslmcllt. "f tlwlr miI- .illl nittlnll Will t.lliP H Cnll- . n-t. nilil tho m-PtttiM ilicpl iv m.r Hi.it tin- world llii " iVi'i- 1 v ill 1 1- lii pvidpm-p In honor tin ii h luii lncnnt co mil- l ' t in Pptlnn of tllf llliHcniPIlt i Hi- cifiit pvl-y i m-ruy i.M- ins In en dire. I'd tow. ml lie rililirallnii ilinuld 1' .uniin-rcliil ill flinlii' ti r. i mid t".nll to all visilm -n in our i-otttiti-.iV story: iinpri'sx upon nn wim vm-w THE STORY TELLER. ; i : x staxxako and i'ir.. nouM;it. 'Die i.fl-lnln i ana spldmn lotroitly toldl mi nlmut Coioni llnnkcr .mil (Iiiki.iI .inn. ml print"!! in Hus . i1 ' i mil the nth' r d.iy. i'nin;nonlv parses im It with Hip ,iw- lllli- rc.ul. I. linl linl with tlin.' Wll'i KIli'M ih'' nn 'i .mil wlm stop to rclli'i't that ili niiri llnnKii. in a ii I'linilitmn in wlm Ii In' uas aid. In t.n -and In- wa- anifnnii li in tli.it i null t inn ii milil ni'Vi'r liae in snil'il ins lniK.nlc riiniinandi'r to Ins fafc t ronsh i 'i i prise nf AX Tl.r ' if.'( ft r mill c licKinnini; nf tin- nation, i ta?PH nf di'Vi'lnpniPiit ll it passed. Us pvulution uinl irandpiir. OI'I'ICIAI. kiwii:. Jain !lown pplpliration is In fxtnf an ritfifi.il Rnvr-rnmpnt nf Tl p T'K-idnnt nf Hip rnitPil Slat's vli. marine fiattm- eniii.ei'ts ileparlnirnt of c.ininn in', a Hi it no less Hi. in tive Hip I'rcsnH ill's ol'fii'ial fain loioly I'OnllCC-tril With till- n Inti rest In it and Hi'- act which nntliurizi d Hi" ('.Npost atnl tin- secretary nt uar, tin f Hip treasury, and th" s.-eie. i i i r i H- ii ivy ni .Initn stiiwii-'rerceii' i,,, , .i-1..iinei.''. ami iiikci'-o n i . ',tU( i irso of the jrnVPrnliK nt i elphra li n As thp hitcrnalioiial naval and ml'li'iry feature' of the exposition come r l.irs' lv under the jnrWdiclI'm of the s id ir , .r State, who occupies a posl- nn i.i i 4n,s to that of nnnlsti r nf fore iifr.i rs in ntlnr ennntia!!. and f-rt)"v t orli w it Will ' nienihers i w M . i ti br Han i in in.ids has the largest deep l md-lo( ki d 'i.irlior on the Atlantic fci- 'in.ird win.'- li is a snperilcial area of i. irlv our li'iii'Irnl nnd siMy Mittaie n,ih " the Ki'.Hist part of will, li affords sifr an horece. On this splendid ho,y of watir r av l tlo.uid without overerowd- Uik. th'- ni' " of e.villzalinn Tnerp s I " p.nnpliiK snniiid for troopn (U tlir shnu of tlie toads where nn In i mil oi ' i.ilitaiv eiipninpnient will lie held i if ni-ly fioni May to nceenihi r. li'OT. The 1 a -t turfed pjirail- Bmuiiil in Hip wrrl 1 w 11 he at Hie ppMtion anil on tins su rl intPrnational drills and nian- or'ivi s wiM he shown. 'I'liPte tho inilltia or U( s(v(ial rftali-K will (nine in "lo- rntit.i 1 u Hi mir nsnlar in my. Tins f'li tjK . p, r I 'd M-iy "trotiBlv to the Lit. t I. ' of Hie ixpo-itlon i nnipan tii tt( nl I' tzlni'-'li 1."'. 'hnsp ( xiierieti, . i tiv i wars had tancht him that Hi i! it i. t trnnhlo with lh- citizen enldm , a tn r malum v to ( arn Mill' Klv an ii ' f( and the discipline of the ri n l,r ,iri II'' said that sometimes two o Hiree umI;s were lost that miKlil Ii.im Uoen ntiii7.ed sndccssfnlly if thp tniliti.i had ni lv 1 U'licd their h ssotis In l"V n tin U pi teiiiiK tho service. lleKlrs t no drills Hll.llll liatllcs Will Ik- f-iipI t Till ic are in time of ni.m tin lust lti'tt'i" l"rs for war and nlwu o sr s a f ii Iii-itintr hililcst for the oidook t r rm Hampton toads rlurin,' the i 'i ll War tic M' rriniae and Monitor fought. (re n i'm' reprod'c Hons of IhfS" lam v, ,i. will meet iikuIii mid llitht ii.i r.niiiiiiN rirallll liattle. lnclllhil m its i ff' t so l.ir as ( llhcr coniliatant t. i iiiKirind. hill d( ti rininltiK ill Its In Ptien'c npon naval hy oliiilnu him money and call.tis him a hostler, lie iionld not have dared to dn It, IT lie had lelt im lined, and when HnoUer uas exliilaiiitpd lie uas even nunc c oin tpons llian when peifeitly snln r. 'I'ln collect version of the incident ii slnipb litis: Captain Hill a drunken and iioith less l'hiKlislnnan, wlm had enlcied tin; I'ninn sei viee nnd had In en detailed Irnni WnshinKtnn iinueli to Htannard's dlsi;nsti to a position nn Ins staff and HonUcr I'oiiiid one 1 1. 1 an ancient carryall, and a dilapidated lioise. at a Ml in house near the heailiiu.tiie! s nl" the Second Veimont llriaaile at I'niini .Mills. V.i Tiny liat nes'o il Hie lica-l mtn tin- vehicle, and e.iine ilrivinK: na-t tin- lieailoii.iri r lent-. Ilool.er holdliii; Hie lope reins and llill'in lielahoi Inu the poor old animal Willi a lii:,' stick mail.i. as Ions and large H.-' .1 heaa pole. ieiieial Htannaril saw tl.eni oniiiiis, Fiiv.cd the hoisc hy '.lie hits, pull' d Hill nnd I look' i from their seats, and nideied lliein In their tenl.s, winllier llK-y went spec. Ides.- and snhileil liy fi fir nf the i'nnseiiiences nf Hieir spiee. Tin y wcie let off Willi a -harp leptiniand. and In du- (culjim; Hie altair. sulisciuienily, Hooker was wont to iniiain lliat it was tue only linn- lie ever had a lirlwadh I -K'-ni ral lor I his hosller. lie in er said it in ritannard s pren'iice, at li'til not while lie was nndcr I tliw K' neral's eniinnaiid. Ill time Hie inci- I dent liecaine emhroidcri d Into Us cnriont I shape, which it will ptohalily keep, in spite, uf this and pievlous loiiections. ii. (I. Ik i Ik put thrniish. and iny undo retired without .'inv i onip'iin ttntta of cons i n n, e for . ansint; so liuii li troilhle In tlie inoinitiK-, when railed, lie de iideil, as there was a blinding snow storm, to wait for the afternoon train, sn H-pllcd to Moses's tiruff "Time to Kit up" hy s.iylnj;: "I trtiesr I won't tak" thai train. ' Like a whirlwind Mn?es ilashrd Into the room. driiRc-d the shui-riiiK form out nt bed nn to the icy floor, and with a wiathfnl "My mini. ou will take that train." he stood by nnd the hnriled iliesslhfr to see there was no b.ickslldliiK', and tho Burst took the, t rain. WAS. WHAT Till: AILMENT j A New lCnul.ind slntcsmmi was refenins in the dry humor nf the late Senator Hoar, when lie wiih reinindril of thn fol ' Inw Inn: One day Senator Hoar leariifd that a jtrleiiil in Wnrci'Sti r, who hud been thought to have appenilieitis. was In re ality suffitiiiK from acute lnilispstinu. Wheteuprii tin senator sniileil Kenially. "lieally." said he. "that's food news. J H'jiiiie for niy tilfid tliat the tumble In.-, in tlie table of contents lather than the appcndiN." Hal pel 's Weekly, TIIH SHNATOU'S STOItV, in die scml-darkiK "TIk I -Hk.? Im lnrr, aid ine slio ' 'CS n inc. too, al imt away, hut lmw ;o ' n.' -.lf into the .ale haiiiniO'k t" slape. t. s"'-.a. I don't know!" JinNl'K'MiD. Men have been henpp' ked n all aucs; but the earliest auHmivv fm lie- wutd BiM-n In Ur. Muriays di.-tioii 1 1 v S.im utl I tut tor. the author of ' lladilit.is." who died in I'jvii. lenimi: unions his pon- huiiHius papers the ietn.uk that "Hie hen- wntriied I pert Man tides behind Ins w.le, and lets hrr wear tlie Spurs mil uovern :h: lb ins." ('onsicve inake-s one of his char acter say to another: "I belli vp he that mat lies .ion will fjo to S-.i in a lli'npck'd Ktlfwf an nlluslon to the sailors' term. "lien frlmite," tor a .-lap en which the eantnin's wife sails Willi, lnni-.'ind, as siatatltiK tnisopynlsls linsinnatc, take, command. u NIT. NISr HONl'M. tncrply wonted to Ret nn Idea of how much that looked llke."-IIarpcr'a Weekly. tiooKKii j 'Aiu von nn; no.voit. Thn Into Col. (itorffo W. Hooker of HtHtlleboro, Vt was n member of the staff of the famous. Clenetal Staunaid, oniniander of tho L'd xrinont brigade. in tho civil war. line any wnuu mr brigade, was In catni al J.'nion Mills, Vn , ind dttrlnt,' the temporary iihsenec of the loininaniler. Colonel Hooker nnd two or lhri.0 other members of tin- staff mount ed their horses nnd rode over to nn ad joiniiist ramp to make, u few calls upon kindred spltlt.i. As n result, they statlul out to teturtt to their camp In what (Irorun lllftelow used to ray was a r: licet Ivp mood. Jusl hefotp reafhlnj; enmp they noticed an old, tumble-down mrryall ne.irn farm- liotisp, and, after a dicker with the farm er, Hooker hitched tip his llcry charger with a p.Uclied-up liarncis and iltovo hacr. to ramp hi the undent vehicle. ,s Honker drew ii" at hc.idntl.itietii Slannard came, nut of his tint, very mm li to the surptlso of hli staff, who Blip. posed Ii f i ii tiasitit until the next mom Intr, und took hold of tlie horses brini- while n thunder cloud overspread hi stern face, Hooker paused n moment, then nlowu felt his way to the ground and appro. i rd his coinninniler. With an unstcaiis hand he drew a half-dollar fioni hi pocket, and. handinc it to Stannarel, said j "I am the only man In tin' finny ot iik : l'oloinai' who has a btigadier-sencial fot ,i hostler." MAHL'II ACTIVITY. t'licover bulb beds nnd tho haul' border March 15th. or earlier, l.raic the niulehinpf maleiial handy, yo that jou e.ni lepbcc it at niKlitf.tll n a f rei zc thiealens. 1'ni.over early and do all you can to harden the youiirT Growths. llc-arratiae hatdy border and rock par den for belter mass and color effects, nnd plan to Mil the waps lett by winter. I nless you live by tho sea fhorc sptlnkle salt on your nspaniBiis hed. Scatter half a pound iner n siinaie yatd. Manuti beds of nspaiar;u. rhubarb and senkale. In default of manure use nitiate of seid.i. Apply one ounce to the bfinare vii rd and tak" it in. Ilepcat three weeks later. Or. use one ounre of nitrate to tin ec palktis of water and apply In lluuid fniiii. (iiai'i old trees i f woiUiles-! varieties of fruit with scions of pood varieties ami thev will bear wi II in three; years. cut off strawbetrv runners, if you fail- i d to ilu to last sen-oii. Manme ni" niu I'll srne wood ashes for April use tn tin- sat den. The pile must be kept dry. Garden Mag.izue. PartiAtnA in ttM rMTlAB eif!b lltllatTl, or fer a k immi. tc ruiw inouia m I nnU.l u Ihnwn fttrfiv. 1 V . . . . wrnrvTrr urBii pain apply k aiiocck riwr. I ML est. 1847. . m Allcockts PLASTERS A universal remedy for pains In the back (so frequent In the cate of women). They give instantaneous relief. Wherever there Is a pain a Plaster should be applied. Rhiumitlsm. Ctlds, Coughs, Wiak Chest, Wiak Back, Lumbago, Sciatica, &C, &C. Insist Dp oo Having AltCOCttS 8 V or Bhttmattm hr Paint I tnShHiMcri,RthaworilM I where, or tr snralnt. sua- I iipm. tr ftnJ for ArhriMff I Ptrif, l-i&AtACfttioQldtmetitBlia I aatthipi rminlrcrl url upplMrl I 10 pin sixcciea M lootm vrmj A i oiistltuent Ins senator leir In tin- opinion c son. as beini? tin was reinonstratliiK with aiipoiiiUiis Jones, when f the constituent Thoinp- In tter party man. should ONI: (IX 1'AVIS. iJurinn the Inst tuition. il i an, pa i Kn." niil Serielury Shaw, "an ebullient nra- tor was ni'Klnx the people tn inn; nf hip southern cltieH f huppnit the ileinocra- tle ticket. Henry ilah.iway liavi". wlm was nver years niu, was rousiiiei en i poor ciiudidate, ami many nf th" spellbinders lielievci that the presence I' I'.IVlS (III the ticket Weakened t. 'I'llO or.itnr was tryiiifr tn nvenunip the de lect In tin' ticket by tiryliiK the .voting niMi In t-uppnit D.iiis. wlm, altlmiiKli n iietiiReiinrinu, was still a man nf biliiy mid would live out his urn with nod luck. "One of the auditors who had drunk inure than Ills uilownnco oi uu rye ImnM brnk" lip 'till' llloPtllliT bv e.-C- laimiiiK: 'I niu a pietty I'.ood d"mi i'it, but I e.in'l vole lor an oci,,aen.i- ii.iii, ns no nicninor oi my uy n.ia 1 ,ili, lor ,1 mall Willi IliliHi r nlnod iiis M'ius, nnd 1 in lint KoillK tu d" it ll"W. ASTON I SI 1 1: 1 1. onstriictlnii, A ni n 1.(1 VI fiive 1 K Illll I T1IK DOI.U f.i d to fi woman, indeed thou art! il.- chat m, thy witchery, it thy woinan-hcurl. "Cue me ihy sunny liour" ..... , .1... ......-t leflrs' 1,111 ,1111 I .1 ) - . w , Ciye me thy Imp", thy happlneba, Hut not thy woman's re-nra." The woman's pride was niluhty 1ike to He pride of ri.i-n, Hut now her niil went weiiplns, Nor ever smiled again. l.oui-e MiifKan Sill, in H.irpor's Week. ly. in. l linl li,i" losi itiuietll '., omethlut,' lien vitality, i ilior Inni, I'ln- wa to leinver appetite and all tbnt coos with it Is to take llood'H K.il.tiirilll'lll.l-lh.'lt HtrciiKthcuH Hie sto imirli, liiifecis dlgi-Htlou and innkeH ratine; i eani". Thousands take it for sprliiK appelll' and e-veiybody says nolhllif, el-a so wood Ilood., A Chlciino bu-iness man who last year i lll.idn a ttip t" the I'lilllppines hrnusllt hark with him a l-Mipliin yeniih, whose! moiit.il nhitness had made Miule an lin- iislnn upon him. 'I'ln- (iiicutal was in-1 stalled In the ChlcaKn man s oniec as n clerk, and he did very well, nntiuH - HUiudin;; tin fuel that he was a Hill" slinky as to his hnKli-ii. one day Hie Chlcnim.in handed Hip I il -.... ....I... . ... ...a .... . .i i... piiio a mil ior -one- t,i..i-. i..,n ,. ... n i tistonn r a loiiK time pn vlou-lv A this Kcntlenian seems In liave nn, ml u tloll nf t-ettllllK HliS account," .'..l.d tlie bu-iness mini, "1 want ynu tn l.ipi write letter In him. statins Unit an mum- ill, He adjuslineiit eit tile iiiiieiueuii'-s win soon I'c e.peeicn. III a few nn Its tl"" l'ill"nn laid In - foil Ids eniployrr uu- n wihb eunri: "My l)i in- Sir: Thin to iiuvise yon you do not Instnnti't' semi us the ou owe ni. we sliall lie cinii- pell, il to tike measures in.ii win e,niMi ,eni the utmost astonishment. "-llarpi r'n Weekly. IIK TOOK THAT IIAI.IA ilenptfp Moses, proprietor i.ivfiii wi Hiiehspoll. Me lon the d.'KllrS nf his RU i rl( ic with his ninu ins lintel. Main- v. in s ntfo n man si it Lk lit nl lb'' tavern nave leceived the appointment. Ill" sen ator then i elated He' follow, ni:: "Sambo i am- to Ids while irieiid. Mr. Powell, one nf let noon and ii.-keii loin to procure . iiianiiiKc licence. 'Who's jour binlc .--anibn.' 'Angelina uliili. U'lil.ed tin darky. I lie same eienlnj: Sainho called upon Mr. Powell, paid Ills dollar, and then .asked if tin- name couldn't be changed. 'I suppose so, siid Powell, 'it will cost lMiii , cents mot p. tlniimlr, wlio's Hie new I bride'.'' 'Sadie llieen am de Kal ills lime,' liiplinl Sambo, as ho thanked liN fiicnd j.ind ilcpait'd. "P.rlKlit and early next moinin tlie d.iiky called upon Mr. Powell auaiu. jind allowed' thai the lie use had be lt, r b niadc nut fnr Miss While. In heaven's .name, what makes jou ehaime your mind tlis way'." iii'iuiieil the white matt. 'Well.' said S.i mho, 'I done been tliinkin' tin inn tt ill oviih, and I emu to de 'elusion . tl.it dere Wiihut ."o iVnls wuth nf dift'tince i iwedi ilein two ii I ill?, nohow." that si.i:kpinc!-cai: hammock Patrick o t niinor and Denis Iloyle we re .traieliiiK In a sbepiin: car. It was a briilid-liew expeileuce f.u- Ilinis and fratiKlit Willi niucli Inteie.-l ami not a few (lu.ilnis. but P.itrnk. having unci- befnie slienl a nlj4llt in a id pintr-e.ir beitli, if' It himself a sPHsnm d traveler and as Isiicli patinniK"il Denis. Winn tho time' for ictlrliiK panic Patrick stowid himself away In the upper berth, li-avins the low i ,' bi rlh fur Denis. ! There was much striURlitiK and siKhuiK fuim bPlilnil tlie cm tains of the lower Micith. "How ye jjetlin' tn. Denis'."' called I down P. it. "Sure I'm all lisht." tcpheel Denis, lint still tlie disturbance wint nil. "Most re.iely for slape, Di nisV" said Pat t ie!:. "All rlsht! All unlit'" replkd Denis ir-'aiu. Sil' tn e lor liie minutis. J'nially Denis's nlce raino nuavenngly Last nurinier their dli lawyer who. fnr ti sliock'.'d a l.ii'KP niuiN" r rather liberal vn ' ton A ft irnd nf the dci i i Canadian trip to linn'. '. ItiKtoii for the liutpn.-" f last rites for his "(ilbapu late lawyer's heini" the bpeinmiiK nf the d-nt ashiiiRton i n .ears, hud -r lie nds by his iiii . rellcinn. ' d w - i ut short i I. to Win .r'einlini; the . entefid Hi. s.ina ininuti'S al let Venice. ' Brandreth's Pills The Great Blood Purifier and Tonic. For Constinatioc. Biliousness. Headache, Dizziness, Indigestion, etc. Established 1782 dollar eif the fit ' ai d o I It is m eibable Hi. t l i. i ,i, s n.ilnst I l.S I I I. W. W. Willi", father of tlie icspnn dent, and his sl.-ter. Miss Hva. While, both Indicted nn similar chaises, will tmt bo tried at this t"iin, It bcinfr tin dPistood tlut Impoiiant witnesses for ho defence arc too 111 to appear at thl time, TWO CHINAMEN SEIZED. timid llrtecllTr Work bv I'nllrd States liinprctor-i l'nt In .In 1 1 nt Newport. Hiehfoi'il, March .. Chun s" Inspector en Inietlsatini; , (II' I I II XMI.lt I lll.f lll.s'l'l-.lt. ii r. vivui.r, PA1HS 'fli'-Ie ,lnc" vs. i:vansvii,li;. Cannon has a sood story of an Indiana man whose birthplace. Kvansiillp. will ever keep a lovins; mem ory in his ueart. Some years auo this faithful son of In diana was enabled, by reason or an in lieiitanee, to make a trip abroad. Upon his teturn tho Kvansville people were imxlotts to have hi Impressions of "furrln p?rt." a wisli with wliieli the traveller obliuinclv complied. " I ell us all about Paris." some one finally smic-sted. "Paris," oh'ervctl the livansville. man, cr.ively. "If- certainly a wonderful place ents all tlmis.i considered, a. wonderful place. Hut," be added, tlioUKliuuiiy, "Kvansville fur pleasure.' Harper s Weekly. Chips babv's ctnti. Willie's daily cuts mid btnlses. mama's sole throat, grandma's lameness Dr. Tbomas's Keleetli" Oil the' Bleat household rem dy. Dais 1 Sizziness a Hint if tiloin v TP.AIN. of the old ral e v al- -ts to in- enrral phins fnr run- loss of t hit e V If the nalij in nultlnc Teelli, rio Fiiru nnd wa that old and well-tried lemedv Ml". Wlnslow's Sootlilni; Syrup lor chllelicn teeiililin. it soothes inn , i.iiii. softens tao Kiims. nl ays all nn In. ones wind colic and is the best temeily for Diarrhoea. -twcnty-llvo ccn'.d a liottle. ndiiifr thi- nsked .Moses to si e that lie w.M rniien in u m mini the early train "lit "r iiuckspnrt. Moses looked sternly nt him und said: "So you want to bo called nt four o', lock, do you? Well, wheie do you t li in l ynu lit- ill New YnrkV I wnut .inn in understand, ynunir man, that 1 am Dip lull boy, 111" poller, Hie hi (id waiter mid tlie rlcrl; In this Invnii, and I tlou'l sit up till nlsht I" wake m nple up." .,n arminii nl i iik d. and liuiili v M" .iHU'd tutl the .iuly uill -houlil Come to Hundreds ol Burlington People. There ate diss ot dlxzhie-s Spells of lu-adnch", siileachr, b.ukaelie, Sometimes llicniiialle pains? oiten miliary disorUcis. All tell von plainly the kidneys air siik. 1 loan's Kidney pills chip all kidney UK Hen- Is proof In liuilliiKton, Tims. CusliliiK. of Kni So. liatlery St., iiiii'iim vi sins: "1 sulT' icd tciri blv for ten or twelve ymrs with spells ..r li'ii-linelie and titilns in the hips. 1 I. .nl headaches and spells of dizziness .i.i, ii ni uluht I could not sleep well and would iiiIjm' in th" moinliin fccllnp? HtPil anil snip all iivi r. I ll" tumble was always moie noticeable on fi iliiiim da nr when I luok cold. A friend advised tllf' tn Use (mail's Kldlicy Pills sold at th" Pirl; Drue Stoic I took the advice and beuiili t.lklliK thorn. Tlie tl rut tour doses seemed to tclleve me and I continued tu impiove gradually until riiicu. J'or sale by all dealels. Price 50 Mllbinit C rilits, I' osK I'-.MIItiill'u ( o, llulTnlo, N. Y., sole iiKi'lits lor the Culled Slates. Hrmeiuhcr the naiiK Imans and lake ho olhii "What part of tlie servipe is thi'.'" b imimtxl in a whip. r of another b e. friend s-andinr, In He- ''intvilnl hallvi' "I've just come myself" said tlie other, "Imt I believe thei'-. . op. in ,1 for the fenre." Hai por's We. l.h . Till: YOl'Nii H'KA A inuni; woman who naches a i lass .n a .lei.-ey City Sunday s. ml was lecrnt ly t.llkini; to her pupil- telntive to tlie desirability of inereashii: ils meniliei ship. When she hinted tin- m- 'pei-atiou to that end nf the several memb-1 the youngster neaiest In r shook his In ml duliloti.-l.i . "I misht Kit one lm m "iir netRhhor hood to ecitne'," Iip e-.plii.ncd. "but all the others kin lick him. " ll irpei'h Weekly. a Juki: ox spkam.p. cannon. When Speakir Canr.rm sat down nt his desk at Hip i.ipitol tin- n'li.-r day he found a slip of paper mi it asking him to call up nn the telephone " Kast-I l.s." The speaker went to the telephone, tiskcd for the number, and when .m answir came said, "Do you want me'.' ' "1 don't know." came bails Hie answer. "Wellv 1 haven't tun" to be foollut; around licre. Do ,ou want me?" Insisted tin- speaker. "Who uu you anyway?" "This is tlie soveriimetu hospital for the Insane," lamr back our the wire. "II Mu think you tumht to lie In-re. why enme nlnni;." "llelP" was all the sp.aker said, lis he fi'it down and le.tlized that some one had bein plailncr a joke on him. a ri:ni;iiUii: tihikat. One day pat was sent down to clean out a deep inanhok-.lle was loweicil down with a rope utter tlie water had been pumped fuim the hole ind went to wotk diKKin? out the aeciinuilatlon nf dirt in the hole. Finally Pat slmianed to he drawn up to tctrn tlrin.i as.iin and the men nt the top of the hole grasped Hie tope and dtew him up until he was within a few IpcI of thn lonini; nt the top of Hip hole, but tar i noUKh so that be could not prusp it Then the men made the tope fast and lefl Pat danulhiK- between tin- sky and the mucky bottom of the manhole Pat's lilsh blood bnllnl .it the indignity find he waxed wmtli, but all to no pur pose b'liially ho jelled, ' Lower me t.p, ye sons o' euns, nr I'll (lit Hie lupe This trmlilc Hit cat hi'OUHht tho men back. i:chaiiHe, UK WANTKD TO SKK IT. Thru- lesldes in St. I.nuis n politician ns well known In that vicinity for ns wit as for his corpulency. Now for mine time the St. I.ouls man lin. been much illstur lied by his ineieasiiiB avoirdupois, tryltis many ictnidlcs without sueess. At tho Instance nf a lrlcnd, he recently took tho baths nt a resort In Indiana recommended for the putpose. At the end of two or three weeks he teluriud ill a happ am Jmul.it- flame of mind, for he had matins rd In Ki't ml of otilte a Koud deal of his supcrlluoiis lbsli, Tho day after Ills return he was on hi way down-tow ti. when he stopped at the butcher i-hop that supplied his Iiouseliulel Dashinij inside, lie demanded that the but cher cut for him twenty pounds of purl The butcher at once compiled. Tho pull tlclan looked at the twenty pounds of pork for a moment or two, then bepnn wall; away without fiulhcr ado, "Send it to the house?" asked the hut rher. thlnklns lhal lil cut-lomcr had oM'ilookcd the iiFU.il liiHuictlon. 'Not at nil, not at all: sinlbiiKly is (l.tlnud the politician "We never eat poll, , in fa t. have no use for it Tho fact If, I'm uillefi oft tweuiy uuunda and FINED $2,000 AND COSTS, Allium White nf Itleliforil inoiletpil of illegal Splllnu nf l.hninr llns .i-lii-nlrd to Mipri-ine Court. i.. D. Maver, who has In affairs in Montieal and several othe Canadian towns for some time, recently learned of ;i number of Clime.' In Mun ttcal, who wcio to be smuggled to this country, bound lor New York. Mayer went to Mnntieal last Tuesday iitornlns and watihed the men working the scheme and learned that two Chines': were to tak" the train at Montreal Junc tion Wednesday alto noon for MaitoK. IW saw tlnm board the train nnd sot on and rodo witli them. At Hock Island their snides placed them in th" pooler, this bc int! Ih'.' ctis-tomary place for lodijin them there. Maver, In the meantime, se, tired the as sistance of Inunist.int Insp-etor M. Dei inolt and Deputy Collector Pr.iineul of Dei by Line. 'J'ln se otlicers watched their men thioimh tlie nicht and Wednesday, when thev acaln took team", the ofli'-ers followed, They drove fieross the iioundary at llpebe Plain and alter they had pte. ceeded about a mile into this country wete ordered to halt which they refused to do. Tlie. officers opened lire and the driier of one of the pursued teams deseilcd i.is oriental passenger and took to tho woods. The Chinaman am. team wrrc then sieze.ii. The drher of th" other team had cotten nd nf Ins ch.UKO. and made sood bis es- ipe into Canada. Inspector McDermntt afterwaid found the Clunaman in a l.nm house in North De.rby. The Chinamen nnd team wet" taken to Newport wheie tin- former were lodged in jail, a wariant bc iiirr swoin out for their ariest. The hearing will be at Newport March ;;i bcfoie. united States Commissioner Young. STAT f 2 OK VERMONT. District of Chit tenden, ss. The Honorable the Probata Court fir Itic District of Chittenden. To all persons interested in th? es tate of Kliumei- P.l.lkeK', lit" of I'ii. he.-ti r, In said di-ttnt, 1. . f . -r GKKICTING 'hrrpa, said Court ha RHleueci the) filh (ho April iie fm- tl,.. ti ,. tnetit of the account of tlie administra tor of tin- estate- of tbunier Hl.ikr.ii-, bit" of Colchester, (p.-cised. nrd for a. di erec- of til" iisldii.. of sniil ri up t,, the lawful claimants oi tlie same, if el ordered that, public, nillm thep-of i.r, f,-lven to all p'tsnns Int. rested in - ,tt estaie ny pumisuinc uu.; order thi n weeks im cessli ely pre vious to the ,i ,y assigned, in the HuiltnKffm Week'y 1'i-ee I'res.s. a ncWFpaper fubllshi d m said disftict. Therefore, j on are hereby not'lerl tT ..p. near .it tb" Pinbatc i'ir.n Itoonis In hur ilncton. Vermont, on tlie clay nsij?ned then nnd there to contest the allow. i imj of raid account it you see cnuc nnrj to rstablisli your riaiit a-, nrjrs. j. m. tees and lawful claimant:! of ; rl residue. (!ii-i under inv hand, this Inn, , y ot Alar, h. K'ir, MAi:'i;i.r.r.-: a. hini;iim SS.w.lt Jmm .nin:i, piini.p.s- i:sT.vn;. STATf OP VKItMONT. DiMrl t 0 ilr.ind Isle, Piobate iViun p.t: it p.r:M::Mi)i:i:i:D that at -isejon of the Probate-Court hidden at North Uto. within and for '.ml ilitrn t. or, ".u ninth d.'iv of Matili. A. 1 1. linji;. PHKSKNT: Hon. Wm. llaynes, Jud-.'. WHKltr.AS. n certain insttunietit In writini,- purporting to li" tho last wi.. Hr,d testament of Samuel Phi lp. 1 it" of South lb ro. in -Mid distiK t .i. - ci ascil. I i.i V III k: been this (,i y preorn'ilt to .-aid limit of probate, and dub libel In Hi" Itesri-i, r'h ei.Vhe: T'.in forp it Is Ol'lleti I thai .'ill pi l si i lut"i'"St d in til" estate of said eh -ceased bo notified to appear hefor,' said Court, at the Ptob.itr. Office in Noit. Hem. in said district, on tlie MIM ili r Mar. h. A. D.. I'inii. bv publication of this order, three weeks nio'i . n,: pri lions thei'. to. in th" llu: iiuu -u Wl "klV 1'l'ee I'll ;i liewspafl, r -- t d ai l-.iirlintou a fot ( said, t o 'how r 'is- if anv Hiev may h.ie. whv s' i I , - tiiim.iit in willing "-li'i'.ld no' ' prn id and allowrd. a- the 1 w , .1 UU t'-Stanielll ot tlie sal-l fleer a. d. WILLIAM IIAM;?! Twit Jude-. Alliati'. Mil I ill :3.-Swift iustice was meted out to Anion Whit" indicted for manslaughter and selling without author itv. in what are known as the Itl'-hford ood alcohol cases, v lieu the .liny, be fnie which he has men on tiiai tor scumc brought in a eullct yesterday ntternoo of suiltv of four ottenses. White was at in. o sentenced by Judge Munsnn to ;i tine of $?.C'i0 and costs, a total of about .",(', or the altrtnate sentence In Hi llou'-e of Correction of tlitce day.- lor every dollar. J Ills wnuin masc ii ino- iinprlsoiimeut. if. he failed to pav. ano i yems.. State's Attorney Waiun P.. Austin ifk I to have the lespondent's ball ineicased oin :'.'' lo ;.iv.i. and this was ordered v .Indtre Mimson. Colonel Hall of the n- nonilent's i ouiisel, beconung suietv for n,e n.t.liiloivit aniont. The i ase will ne iken to the supreme court on exceptions Cinii-t onened monintiv at eight n ilm k 11(1 le.-pOllllelU S COUUei niiei.,1 in lorn o citiacts from 'lie ti'.inscripi lest mi- irii-in li-tiife .nisuce in in- Pea. e Aithur MeKinnei- ut the prelim inarv hearing. Tile-" estt.Hts wire o statements here mad" by the State's wit lifferins lroni th" testimony of Hie nnc witnesses given in court, and od'ereil as bearing npon the ereilihilil.v oi the witnesses in Miiestioii. With this off' t both sides Irsted. White's counsel (lieieupein moved tor verdlit of iicn,u!U.il to lie dim ted by the court upon the grounu uiai ui-ic i, rviilenee in the o.i .-e iri-.dlnc ta show that tho tcspondoit liutweeu tho tirsL day of June nnd the tSdn or Nuvem ber. mid or furnished any intoxica'.ing liouor as charged i the indtetment. con trary to law; and because tlieie i- no iri,.n..,. in the ca-e tending to show that bo was not. during that time, and duiin: the dates testllied to by llie several wit ni sscs, iicting as the agent of rue duly .,.! , ..pni.iiiv license d und"r tin- laws ol tins State." I'lie niution was nverinled M,,.-.in .1 le.-le. I lie Ill'ilU ll'-UlU lO in- gin. Thereupon, States .Mlotiiry iv.ii ron It. Austin made the opening presen tation of tho case lo the jnrv. followed i- a. II. P.ow'.cv und Col. Alfi'd A. Hall for the delence. At HMS o'clock Ally - i:.i i-l.irkf. C. Fills began the oloslim .irmimnil tor Hie piosceutlon. and half an !,.,,! iliere.'ifter .Illdgo Mtinson suhnilltcd the case to the jury. The only clement of the charge n' ferliig' from the ordinary chat ges in criminal cases, consisted of the In- .iinetion that nn matter by what name the liiiunr was sold, if in fact It wa iiitnvtrritliiir lluiior. it would bn tin duly uf tlie July to return il vrtdlet ciif It v. and also to specify tlm nuni b.-r of offrnces, if any, of which thr rrspondeiit was guilty. At two o'clock In the afternoon the iurv came into court with a verdict nf "LMiiliv." The cleik iniiulred "Of how manv offences?" and tlm foreman re piled "lour." Sute's Attorney Warren fi- Austin then moved for sentence and the court after healing touu.sel upon the nut tor. Imposed eentrhre that the rcspon dent pay u 'line of Ji'00 for each of fence, making; JS.oou in all, and costs of prosecution, and tu Mund commit ted until paid, with tin- nltrrnaiive scutciiic of three days' Imprisonment In llio House ot Correction lor ever II, h! ItcIC Itch: Scratpli' s. r.ii.tc Scratch: Th" moie you siiatch tlie worse the itch. Ti v uoan s iiimmi'in. It cutis piles, eczema, any shin inn ing. All druggists sell it. YOUR FAMILY HISTORY SHOULD BE PRINTED WE MAKE A SPECIAT.TT OP GENE- OLOGICA,. WORK. FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION, HURUINGTON, VT. We. the iunscrlbers, havlnjr bn in. pointed bv the Honorable th Trobnti Court for Mie DUtrlct of Chittenden, commissioners to receive, examlno ancl adjust the ilmrs and demands of 11 p. 1'M'l--- against t1 " t.-ta'e i (l,rdlil Smith late ot Sllfllcii. In said district. deceased, j nn all ilalms mid demands exhib ited in offset thereto, and six mm tt-s from tho day of tho dote hereof being al lowed by tald Court for tht purpose, wi Co therefore hereby glv? rotlec that we will attend to the duties or cur appointment tl 1.. .-tote of ll'jcv lli'l lli't in Snel- linn" in said di-trnt on the ' nt I W'edripsd.iv of Apiil and Sept.-niln r k.'. at 1" o clock a. in, on en Ii oi uj da i Dated tins ir.tli day or March Trio. 1 1 12N11Y W. TUACV, KI.I II, PAl.Mf:!'.. "T.w"t. Conimissioners. lillOIICK .l. Illicit T'S 121 Aii:. District of Chit- and .1 uu 8TATK OF VEKMONT, I i.nrif,n. To all cersons concerned In th estate (Jeoi ue .l.ibbert l.iti of Lii.iriotf- In said distiict deceased, litter, i ir.u: At m Probate Court, hedden at I'urllnt ton. w thin and for tne District ot unit- tellilen. nil tile Illll Hi' "l .ll.ll'cu limi; an iiisirumcni n - '.img o in,. ast will lest.iii.i:.' m deorg .In ibert late ot i tiarioiie. in s.uu disttlct. deceased, was presented to Hie ciiiiit aforesaid, fnr tmihate. And It is orcieren ny saia court mm ine 1st il.iv nf Mui-eli U'li'i .t in Piob.ilo Cnttrt P.ooniH ill said II it llnirtun. be assigned for proving said Instrument; and that notlco i hereof Im iflven to all persons con- ..rn.ri bv mibllahlnr thli order thres weeks fcUCCePMVf-l" in inn uuriiniriivi Weekly Fre I'tjss, a nowspnpnr publUheJ at said HurlliiBlon, previous to tnetimo appointed l nereiore yon ,iro iitrim, nuuncu iu anncnr before said court, at tho time and "t 1,1 n,.lnLt ll.n piacil a nn ' "iiin, ni,,i v.,i,. n i-. w ,r sulil will, if von b.iie cause i i'.n nnrler mv nauel. at lluruuKinii, in s.ilil dlstr ci. lb s Hit i day of .-uai'-U P.uit;. MAltCKU.FS A. niNtlllA.M. r.T.wIlt. Judge. -vn: oi' f. i it n IV in km: xmitii, mii:i.. i,i n.Mi.i m, 'rnoiii'sov.s Distri. I'I'ITU t of Chit. STATU OF VKP.MONT, tenden. To all persons inniTined in ire -tate of I, in i lulu M. 'I hoinp.-on. 1 c nt jilti,ngt"ii in said district, de. cisr I, utirsriTiriu Ar .a Probaie Court, holden at Ilurl- Ington. wi'liiii and for the District I : hilti-ld u. on the U'tli day ot JlaH i'.ioi;. .hi imminent purporting ' b. the last will and le-t.m-.i-.t t inda M. Thompson, late nl llii'il' g- ton. In sanl district ueoeaseii wa.- piin ented tn tlm couu a'.orcsaid, for p i- bau And it Is nuiPteii ny said court t it he oili il.i of April. l!'im. at tl.e I'e lute Coiitt rooms In said Hurlingt ui, be assigned 1'or piovmg said pistiu nient : and that notice th-reof -h" give-i to all persons coin erueit, nv puntiniug this Older thiee weeks .siiccrssi vely in tic Huiiingtiin v-ceklv l'teo Pre-s a tipwspaper publis'ted a' said timing, ton previous to tno iini" appoint. Theteforr, you are nereiiy iiotinid r n. pear before said Com", at the tin-' mid pl.K ' atoresald. and contest ft, probate of said will, If ou hi cause . I'.iien tinder my li'inu. ar nutnngi n iu -aid di.-tibt, this I 'tii ile. cl Mai eh ISO. MAi:CKI.I.US .. r.INGHVM ::.wnt Jung.. itoiinitT c cmKi:ici i:t.ti: STATIC OF VERMONT. T'lstrlct ot fot r.M'vn; nr .ivtin. u. ci.iti, ui it I.I.XiTON. We. the subscriber-i. bin ii g Inen np noliited by the H innrable the Pron.ite I'onri for the District of Chit tendril Conitnl-.'-ioiiens to receive, ovanilii" and adlust the claims and demands nf all tiei'sous ;i ir.i I ii t tne esiaie ot aaoie- n Clark. Into ol Hiitiltigtuii. In said dislrici deceased, and also all claims and de- mtitlds enililleil 111 onset tueieioi anu six months Irnni the dav nf the dam hereof lieing allowed ny said c.uui for that purpose, wc do thetefore here by plve notice that wo will attend to tho duties nf our appointment at tho office of i no Probate Court. In Hurling- ton. In said district on the tnirei Thurs days of April and September. nct. at in u cioeii a. in., on eacn oi sain days. Dated this 21st day of Man li. ItiOti. I', D. PKNNICY. HKNIlY M. I.UltD. 5s,w2t. . (,'omnilssli'in.iii. l-hlttenilpn. The Honorable, tho Probato Court the District of Chittenden. To the heirs nnd nil persons Intrrestenl pi ilu- e-t.ite ot IJnhert C rrnk. i 'it' o' Hmi luglon. in -aid disti n I. dn i- d (lUHKTINC; Whrrc-as, application hatn been mad to this Court in writing, by the admin Mrntnr ot Hi'1 estate of P.obi rt C Crnkcf. I.i t- nf said ili-tilt, ile .-a -il pi ayiug for license and authotitv tn cr the' wnule nf tlie icnl rstale nf v,, ilecetised, iipiesellling tn said mart Unit It would be beiiellelul to Hie b Ir and all pei sons Intcri'sted in th,- estate of said deceiseil. In sell all of tho fell e-t.ito of s.iid deceased, and convert the same Into money. And bringing Into Court tho consent and approbation In writing, of all tne hehs to said estate residing in tin State and setting forth tno suuattcs of the real ost.ilr. Whereupon, the a!el court appointed and assigned I In' ilth da. nf Ap I PHiii. ai th" Probate Court loom-' i. said district, tn bear and de, Ide upon lid apiilhiitlnn and petition. I oiiiir.ri public until e t hereof to bi given to nil poi'-on-- inirl'"str, tieiein,b publishing said order, togotliet with the tlmo nnd plgVe or liontihff, thr-e weeks surer ii in tne lliiriiin.'ton Weekly Free Press. n' r.owsiKiper which circulates In the neigh borhoo.l of those persoim Interested Ir said cEtate, all which publications sbaV La provioua to the d.iy asblencd for hear ing. Thcrnfor. ou am hereby notified to nnpetr before said coutt at the tlmo and place asslsncd, then and them in sate) court, to mako your objection to the craiititiB of "itch license. If you see csur-e. Given under my hand, nt tho Tiobati Coin l looms, tins ITlli day of Man It, 1306. 1 MAHCl.L,l.l S A. lll.N'UllAM SS.Wot Judtro.