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WRECK 01 HE
Positlvnlr cured t7
tllCSO J.ltllO nns,
Ther also rollero Dis
tress from Dyspepsia. In
digestion and Too uctriy
Eating. A perfect rem
edy for Dizziness, Nausea,
Drowsiness, Bad Taste
In tbo Mouth, Coated
Tongue, Pain In tho Bide,
TOHPID LTVT.ll. IhtJ
For Cough, Cold , Croup,
Is a Number of Vermont's Naval
The Submarines, Octopus and
Lake, Make New Records of
Rctaraded Retail and Rcor.
ler Business over Large
The Fast Mail Thrown from the
Track by Spreading Rails
regulate, tho Dowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Trio, Dewey, Clarke and
oore lhroat,otitt INeck.
Genuine Must Bear
At all Dealers
Price 25o 50c, 6 HOO
AN UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE AIR ENOUGH FOR 45 DAYS.
)P REPORTS SOME BETTER
TWENTY PEOPLE INJURED
,- . -
ITER 24 HOURS
I'nigrrNs III Plnnllng Wheat In
lit- Miruiwesi "in 11
In the est (iross HiiIImii
ViirnliigM I.urjii-l.v In
of n.v 1'rcil.iiiM Monll..
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1901 i a
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id (.i rainy weather Is a
iii t throughout a wlilo
nti l trade, dulling to
rt t i j r,.liers, ictnrdlng col-
i " values of nil agrlcul.
t i en levels. The South-Wp-i,
South nml leading
it r "rt bnekw.ud retail
I v " nlnn In advices it
r- 1 wholesalers and if
pi ml business for fall
. . i'irtn nru a trltle more
. i .f the when being
IV. 11. fill. I'.innrrly nl' This City Had
mi Arm IlriiUrn nml Hark Injured
Hucgiigciiinii mid (In- Mnlt
t'lrrk Among MomI Serlous
Ogdonsburg. X. V., May 10. Spreading
rails wrecked the fast mail on the Hutland
rallnud llvo milt's caH of heic to-day
and twenty poisons wore Injured, lv seri
ously. Tin? train, mule iii of a locomo
tive, baggage rnr, smoking rar and day
roich, was climbing the Woods lilll grade
when tlio tender Jumped tho track, snap
ping Its coupling with the b.mgnge car.
Tim engine remained on the track, hut Hi
Lngg.iRc car was turned directly anions
th track. The smoker was thrown on
one side and was linbeddi'd In mud to the
ear floor. Passengers In the smoking
'.SlnanVt Rook nn Hnrftpc
Cattle, Hogs 6 Poultry
Address Dr. Earl 5. Sloan
615 Albany SK Boston.Mas;
, -I ti
ll ut ng .-prhiff wheat In
i V . Iniu and steel sltua
stn r despite current 10
T ,rr. is moie strength In
Ai-t. where the dead lock bo
.1 nl producers has been
n i p irt of cross railway
. i-k'lhlr one. pointing ti.
t' .le r. ise over April,
, i " -my month for over a
,1 fi.'ly in per cent, larger
' ve if .in.
. f"r the week endlnK
1'4. icn'nst 1S4 lnt week.
, w k ' f l'.W', 101 In 100", Sin
GOOD TRADE FOLLOWS.
lieiiever inner impriMOM iiiihuii--i
Im l!eter ItiiniiraeliiriTs Hum;-.
ie,w Y ir,. M n 17 -U. (1. I)un mm-
Ijiv'.q ivfiK' ov 01 iraoe 10-mm iuw
ind full- iirocies I rnri .,, trainmen were the persons In-
SUPREME COURT ADJOURNS.
Opinion llandeil Ilomi In I'he Ciie!
Ol-.e !ellleM I'lliee for tiilnl'ii-
tlnn PrlMonerji Am Cuiinty .lull.
n retail trade follows the
r ilih- weather at many
p n nls were more prompt.
i i, l.i price" of farm
illv wheat, followed re
iipi v. damape to the crop,
t i i' tlons emphaf-ltd the
tiit'rp of tho rise and tend-
; t r -t ' VS'lr nee. wnnlesnio trauu
f,, 1 p ii-id l.rlls from all points ox-
I pt u ;- have peon con-
Irlerh 1 i ' mil the net result of this
Invard I sh makes the outlook for
le fut fi'lv satisfactory. M.-inufae
lirlne t ' into "-e kept tnisy. ! relcht
'.em i t 's almost prompt. Railway
Ins? eirn t.- tiu rar leportea ror .iay
tow a u.iln '-if V S per cent, over last
ar's 'iKuros, and foreign commerce at
Ids port al mo exceeded the movement n
Icar nffo hy $;.1t9.i1 In exports and Ji,
f, In linnorts.
The iff nia! report for April surpassed
,r his r rords for that month as to
lot, ixpo-ts .nil Imports. Failures tins
-'(! 'n ti r-dted States were m
IB,in t n i yprir unu in iiuuiuil
st 1C list venr.
Jureil. The 10 occupants of the coach es
caped unharmed, Tho seriously Injured
Andrew Merrltt, lia(;trai;emnii, Osdens-
litlrsr, head cruhed hy fallliiK trunk.
II. t'. I.loyd, mall clerk, Jaw liroken
;ird hark l!i.t'iied In he'inB thrown out ot
W. K. flill. Hur'..fiKtou, Vt., nrm hroken
and hack Injured.
Howard Martin, Lisbon, rarrm-r, thrown
Into the window nnd hr.id seriously nut
Mirlln's sK-year-nld child, leif hrokii
nml Internally Injured.
John MeUrlde, Ocdenshurc. hael: In
jured and head cm severely. Many re
ceived minor Injuries esc.ipliur from the
A'tionK the passengers In th" smoker was
a mulatto li-.mstiel company of this pkice
wh'eh was on the way to Lisbon, where
a performance was to h" slven tn-n'Rht.
A relief tram with phylcl.ms was sent
from here and returned to-nlRht with
the moro seriously Injured who wore
placed In a hospital.
Montpeller, May If!. A Una! adjourn
ment of the May term of supreme court
was reached this afternoon. Only one
case was nrRtied to-day, tint of William
II. Smith vs. the Central Vermont Hall
way company, from OraiiRe county In
which. In the lower court, the plaintiff
was n warded a verdl 't of Sl.C..TO.
opinions were handed down this after
noon In live cases. In th" Washington
county habeas corpus case of lleennn
llow. rs to test the legality or ronflnmcnt
In county Jail for a second offence of In-
tolentlon, an opinion was rendered that
Itowers the eomplnlnnnt Is lawfully Im
prisoned In the county jill. The court
also ruled that prisoners convicted of first
and (.econd offences of Intoxication must
be there confined. The law passed by th"
IRlslatur- of Wfi provides no alter
native for the Imprisonment of fucIi
respondents In (he House of Correction at
iiArr: cash ooiw '-..vie.
In the r.sse county rape ease of
State vs. Albeit Wrlcht, In whlh the
W. II. nill Is a travellhR salesman for
n linn In this city and Is a Fon of
Michael (1111 of 71 Kins street. He left
this city for Winthrop. N Y about two
years aRo, where for about a year he
conducted a le.lel. He 's very well known
In this city, belliR a member of s-overal
local C'atholie societies.
ACQUITTED OF CHARGE.
II. Uojrc of irlliflll Hum lleen In
dull Khiee December.
case of Slate vs. U.m el lloyeo of North
field, ehaiRed with assault with attempt
to tonitnlt rape on Kva Vurrou, twelve
ye.iiH old, returned n verdict thlH aiter-
noon of not uullty .mil Hnyee was dls
ehnrired from eust'ily. II" has been In
Wn.dilnRtoii l ounty Jail Mm a last Decent
After deliberation twcnty-Mx hours tho
lurv In the llnwaRe eaSo of II. 11. Mnrtlu
vs. Arch llatehehbr of l'hiintleld upon
e 1 th-v were unnble to nurei) mid they
were illsehntKod from further considera
tion of lllo ease.
Several State cae were continued this
afternoon and It Is piobabl.- there will be
onlv one more Jury trial this term. 1 1n
case of State v. Alex. 'arrow, charged
with sellltiR lire to his house In this
eitv, was continued and ball was lled
at tVirt. which was furnished by W. 1"
Whlteomb. 'arrow h.m been In Jail for
CI.KAHINli Til 1C DOCKKT.
'I lut nm n hiiiuhter e.ise.s of Slite vs
1. U. Coon and T. .1. le-inl, former at
tendants at tho State hopital for the In
sanu at Waterbury. who are charsed with
causliiR tho tlrnth of I'eler Durant at th
asvlum. weru coiitlnued bcause of the ab
unee of Coon, who has not been found
Mtiee he Milppod his ball.
A number of State casi some of them
Hns Sericil In More Important I'omI.
IIiiiim In Hie Xnvj- Tlmn Any (Itlirr
jinn Hurt Continued Service a
Vrnr nfler lteaehlnc Ae
1,1 in 1 1 lit Hniiiesl,
WnshliiKton, May IT. Hear Admiral W.
II. JJrownson relieves Hoar Admlra.1 u. ii.
onveri-e, chief of the bureau of naviga
lesnondent was convl"ted and sentenced d.Ulns: hack nine years, wii'eh have bee
to not less than two and one-half or ,. the docket since that time, were noil
more than three years In the State's .ptossed at the reipiest of the State's at
prison at Windsor, the Judgment of the torney, and several Honor cases were oi
lower court was reversed, the verillct j,.rf.,i pot bioiiRht firwaru
srt aside, nnd the enure Is remanded
for a new trial.
The juilKinent of the count court was
afllrmed In the Chittenden county caao
The OclnpiiN Coiilil Have llemnlneit nn.
iter Wntrr Thnt Vlmr A I.enU In
Hiiperstr.icl.ire or I.nke Slen
JMnjeil CnrdM nnil Slept
l.onR Hours Avny,
I'oi ty-slx years iiro this conilnR fall the
Into Senator Justin S. Morrill of Vernio it
as called upon by the navy department
to sekot a cadet to represent the Slate at
the naval academy and he named Oeoriro
A. Converse of Norwich. This naval c.i-
et Rtnduited from the academy, then lo
cated at Newport liavinR been moved to
that point duritiR the Civil War, and hat
passed with honor and credit to himself
and his Stale throuch the various Rrades
of the t'nltcd States navy to tho rank of
rear admiral and the powerful position of
the bureau of navigation, navy depart
ment. As a man and an olllcer Admlr.il
onverse belotiRs with Admiral Dewey nnd
Admiral Clarke, and tho three mako a
trio of each of whom Vermont will ever
proud and who have brought Rlory
and honor to the State, t'nllko Dewey,
Convi rse had no battle of Manila, nor did
hp eoinninii.l an Oregon In time of great
Newport, R. I., May-15. With nil hands
well nnd contented, with u bountiful
supply of fresh air, and with records of
submerRenco broken, tho siibmnrlnei Oc
topus and Uake rose to tho surface of
NnrraRansett bay nt 4 o'clock thin after
noon, ending a tent of 21 hours under
water. The Octopus rose first, and the
members of the naval trial board crowd
ed nbout her as the conning tower hatch
flew open. The mcmbeof the board at
once went below to nolc conditions on
board, ami to test tho nlr supply. Sam
ples of nlr were bottled every two hours
throughout the test for analysis by the
lMvird The OetonuR blew out foul nlr
only twice during tho twenty-four hours
she wa at the bottom of the bay.
It was computed that only one forty-
fifth of l.er air supply wns exhausted.
If these figures are correct they tend to
show that the boat could remain sub
merged 4Ti days, provided tho food and
furl supply was sufficient.
The I.ake also stood tho test well, al
though a bale wns sprung In tho super-
atrnetnre. She ntimued out twice, hut
GRAND COURT OF THE
A. 0. F. MEETS AT BARRE.
mi:i:tin; or tioon rr.Mri-AHS.
Montpeller, May 17. The Good Templar
of district No. S In Id .1 qu.uterly district
i.., ,l,'u 'ift..i'1'i.nn nnd evenillir W'itll
of Albert C. Collins vs. .losepi, v . mr- L, , Ix,(jR ()t lh)s .,. District Dep
ley which the Judgment of the pus- cUk T,,mpllr Ffll.j f arre pres-ldd
SPANISH VAR VETERANS
HOLD THEIR REUNIONS.
JI i tpr irr M i.v l"i Thirty-live sp in-
An ericm W ar veterans. who
t to C'liekainaugii with th
lt Yei-n vt rf mcnt. met at Montpeller
ll-'s CM .- f..r their second annual Lari-
lnc l w s Intended to hold a picnic
Ill's i fu r i at Caledonia Park but rain
l.revcr'i 1 T u lMncpiot this evening was
held at (lord in's restaurant. The after-
lllnner exerelses wrrn entirely Informal.
Itemaiks wiie made by Col. o. D. Clark,
'.ip. V I!. Thorn is and otheis who gave
Inti resjlng reminiscences of camp life In
Ihr Font' T',. p it herlng broke up short
ly bi fr re m' 1 lifjit.
mi;i;tino ov hcti.and camp.
TuiMin.il, Vt , May 10. Tho ninth
Luinual bancitiet of Camp llar-
lold S P-iyles, I'nited Spinlsh War
l eteranu. was held at the Hardwell llous.i
It-) nlgl ' w th an atlendanco ot 30 Inelud-
Ilrg several members from outside of
town Caii' II. II. Stlekney was tonst-
I master The following oilleers were elect
ed nt a be-te ss session preceding the
liannuel Commander, W. V. Mclyiugh
lln, senior v'T-eommander, John W. ICel-
lrttf, lur or vlce-eomnisinder, C. IC. Dnw
llnR, nu r'erm.ister, 11. S. Hyland; ndj'i
tant V S Sticknrv; odlcer of tho guard,
M (' Wdllams, '.Ulcer of tho day, I.. E.
Ilarre, May 10. The Rrand court of the
American Order of Toresters for Ver
mont was held In this city this afternoon
and evening. Chief Ranger U. C5. Crahan
of Pennington presiding. The 14 cour's in
Hie State were represented by about Se
delegates. The report of Chief Ranger
Crahan showed a present membership In
the tFate of l.r.V) with all the courts In
a prosperous condition.
The officers elected for the ensuing year
are: ii. J. Connolly of I.udlow, prand
chief ranger: Alex Stephen of P.arre,
grand sub-chief ranger; J. II. I'.irrell of
Iturllngton, grand treasurer; .1. V. Roche
nf Rrllows Tails, Rrand financial grand
secretary; J. J. Halpln of Pittslleld, grand
lerordlng secretary; O. J. Johnson of
Proctor, grand senior woodward; (!. P.
Taylor of Ulast Ilnre. grand Junloi
woodward; William C.reenv.nrd of Spring
field, grand senior beadle; M. J. Maher
of Iturllngton, grand junior bradle; 11. C,
Crahan of Kcnnlngtori, delegate to the
The convention closed with a banquet in
Foresters' hall this evening nt which J
J, McKenzle of Harro acted as toast
master. Responses were made by several
of the newly elected officers.
tire below was
i oversell nnd set aside
eas given have to
nnd the petitioner wns given mie' "".,. ,.. ,vas, conferred on
prosecute his original action In caunty . Jmml)rili
court. . .i-i, e n.lrtiesj of welcome was delivered
The judgment of the lower rnun. :,,v A Sllmm.r, chief tunplnr of Capl
also atllrnied in
case of Perclvnl
the Rutland county
W. Clement, adtr.Inls-
After a heavy meal, take a couple of
Doan's Regulets, and give your stom
ach, liver nnd bowels tho help they
will need. P.egulets btlng easy. regu
lar passages of tho bowels.
HAVE SAILED FOR ITALY.
XH.U1D HIMSELF DECAFS!! SICK.
Ntw Yoik Mav 17. Surrounded hy
rvrrv tvldcnce of luxury, Edwin M.
Didwfll, agfil sixty years, a photo
crnprer and publisher well known In
New York's exclusive circles, ended his
Jlfr to d ly by taking poison. He left
n rot addressed "To whom It may
concern " w 1 !i rem "My mind Is
s und, but my body Is weak. I am no
longf capable of making n llvlnjr."
It wns slgnt 1 ' E M. Tildwell "
Dllllngliiiio nnd Clerk llii-limnl
Left Huston Siit.ir.lnj-.
Iloton, Mass., May IS 'Among the
37.1 first-class passengers who sailed
In the Conoplc yesterday aft moon
for Italy were Senator Dillingham,
chairman of the Immigration commis
sion, Walter W. 1 lii.'lband, eb rk of that
body, and Miss I.alla McNeil. The lat
ter Is a St. Johnsbury girl who is now
In the llrookllne, Mass., library and
about 10 pnsent nnd former rishlents
of St. Johnsbury were nt the dock to
see the Vormonters sail. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Paul Dillingham of Montpeller, and
Mrs. Husband, were there to give faro
well greetings to the .Vormonters in the
Immigration commission. Senator l.odgn
was unable to tnke the Emopean trip
with tho commission, of which he Is a
member, because of a denth of a n la-tlve.
trator of Ollf F. Harrison vs. Tho
Northwestern Mutual 1-lfo Insurance
company. The verdict In the lower
court, on which there wns a Judgment
that was afllrmed to-day. was for tho
plaintiff to recover $2,311.32.
DATES FOR INSPECTION
OF MILITIA IN JUNE.
Hrndford. May 10. The annual eom
pany drill and Inspection of the 1st
leRlment, Nntlonal Cnard of Vermont,
will be held next month. Major H.
E. -lwnrd Dver will Inspfct the 1st bat
talion. Major Herbert T. Johnson the
2nd battalion, anil Major I.ee S. Tlllot
son the 3rd battalion. Cnptnln Charles
F. R urn ha m In company with Adjut-nnt-flenernl
W. II. Oilmore, will In.
Rpeet the peveral cnmpnnles and re
port upon the condition of all property,
books and records.
The dntes for 'nspertlon of the com
panies ii"-" as follows: Company I.
Hrnttleboro, Jun" 3; Company E. Mel
lows Falls, June 4; Company F. North
field. June r,; Company II, Montpeller.
June 0; Company (1. P.radford, June 7:
Company D, St. Johnsbury, June S;
Coinpnny I.. Newport. June 10; Com
pany 11, hospital corps, Company M,
Rurllngton, June 12. Company C, Itran
dou, Juno 13; Company A, Rutland,
June 11; Company K, Ilennlngton,
Rev. 1". II. Perkins of Washington. At
llvo o'clock this aflernenn the local lodge
served supper for the visitors and the.
public meeting t,hl.s evering was addressed
hy C. II. llayden of Riverside, grand
ciilef templar, the Rov. A. J. Hough and
No oilleers were elected at this meeting.
Thi subordinate and tho district degn
a eie exemplified this evening by u team
from Capital lyodge. The address this
iveniiig weie finitely informal in charac
excitement and danger, but to some What proportion of her air suppij was
must be left the doing with care, used up could not be learned. The trial
decision and foresight of those board made a thorough examination of
thing which while they do not the Iike after they had finished with the
create heroes whoso names ale Irre- Octopus.
vocablv stamped upon the public memory. Roth crews passed the tlmo comfortably
make possible the great achievements nt while nt the bottom of the bay. They
the nation. Admiral Converse wa,s easily slent well during part of the time, and
at Hie bend of the navy. An ordnance ex- games, books and other diversions nelpd
pert, skilled In torpedo work and famlll'ir to pass the long 24 hours below the stir
with high explosives, much of h's Out v face During their period of subm.TR-
wns along this line of work. He possessed cure both boats were In communication
In n marked degree the power of handling with the members of the trial board by
men nnd of administering affairs with fair- means of .submarine signals
r.e.ss mid justice. This nbllltv was recoff-
r.!;..! V.e tli.i Hrnal.l..nl n , .1 he ,f-,e elite,!
noon In the Inter vc.irs of bis service to Th" following Officers were elected
. .iim..:,'.,i, .,"!,! ,,f .i,e 1.,,,.,, . at the f.7th annual meeting of the Vcr
eonhiment. chief of the bureau of ord- mmit Homeopathic Medical society at
nance and then on the death of Admiral Montpeller: President. W. V. Doolce,
ii r- T,ie- .e i,.,e, ehi,.. ef . , h. Newport; v I c e-i) r es idoii t . 1". 11 Dvorett
.on nf i,i,.imiin f, -Mni, reoi i in C.i s tie ton i secretary. George I. Forbes,
Im bn Inst rr.tlre,! This Is llie evnerl. Hurl 1 11 Rton : treasurer, F. E. Steele,
ence of no other olllcer of the navy. Montpeller. The treasurer's leport
In the ordinary course Adnilnl Converse, shows a balance 01 itus on mum.
would have retired from active duty on ,
May 10. 19fG, but at he reouest of thr.
President he continued to administer the r.ST.VIT. OF cnnilRK !'. H VPfJOOD,
affairs of the bureau of navigation for a .U'.ltU'lKI.
year after that time. A less energetic and W( (h0 Flli,scrlbers, having been
conscientious enan would have taken nd- appointed by the Honorable Probate
vantage of the prlvelege of retirement. Court for the District ot Chittenden,
which was his mnnv vears ngo but ho Commissioners to receive, examine and
which was n.s mnnj eais ngo. nut no claims and demandB of all
continued with Indomitable energy under pt.rsons against the estnte of Oeorjje
conditions which at times brought gnvr f llnpgood, late of Jericho, In said dls-
fears to his phvslclans and as a result trlct. deceased and nlso all claims nnd
, , , , , it, , , demands exhibited In offset thereto;
of his labor reached the highest place Jj' s,x nlolUhs from the day of the
which Ihe nnyv hns to offer. date hereof being .allowed by said
Wis iinisv at N-nnwirii Court lor that purpose, we do thero-
"A!" HORN A I .NORWICH. fQr(i (.j-phy. KVe notice that we will
A.lmlrnl feni-eroe ..-no l.evr, ot Ve. n.t..n. In till' lllltll'S Of OUT appoint-
wlch. Vt . on May 3.' 1 S44 and Is therefore mcnt nt " "'''Jf "X"1
r, years ot ago no graduated rrom Vednosda vs of June and November,
the Naval Acndemv on October 10. l.Ws L.vt. nt 10 o'clock a. m, on each of
nnd was ordered to the Canandalgi,
v7B MAKE A SPECIALTY OP GKNB-
FREE PRESS ASSOCIATION,
: ISLINGTON, VT.
NAPOI.F.ON COL'TVItFS RSTATB.
STATE OF VERMONT, district of
Chittenden. J ,
TO all persons llliereetu lo .nu -a-
nf VjiTOilpon Couture, lato of Bur
lington, in said district, deceased
, h.in court, holden at Bur
lington, within' nnd for the district of
Chittenden, pn the th day of May.
U07. nn lnstrumeni iiu.iu. uuk "
the last wllbJnnd testnment of Napol
eon Couture, late of Rurllngton, In said
district deceased, wns presented to the
court aforesaid, for probate.
And It Is ordered by said court that
the 24th day of May. 1907. nt the Pro
bate Court rooms In said Burlington, bs
assigned for proving said Instrument;
and that notice theieof be V-lven to all
persons concerned, by publishing this
order three weeks successively In the
Burlington Weekly Free Press a news
Daner published at Burlington prev
ious to the time appointed.
THEREFORE, you oro hereby noti
fied to appear before saio conn. in.
the t'mc nnn piutu n.... ...
test th? probate of said will, If you
1,ac..venUunder my hand at Burlington,
In said district, this Sth day of May,
. t T.c A D1VCIT A T
It is nstonisliino- bow ninny ppicuronn ereations fan bi
livolved witli the ready iiJ of u carton of
Try tliis sonsonnblo rocipo in whilie the well-kiinwn crisp
ncss and fluvoi- of HANOVERS is u notable constituent:
A NOVEL CRACKER PI'DDINO. Ono largo cup of HANOVER CRAC
KER crumby on ono quart milk, ono spoonful Hour, pinch ot salt, yolks
of three eggs, 1 whole egg, jjiulf cup of suffar, Flavor with vanilla.
Ualio In moderate oven. When done spread over top, while hot, a pl'U of
well-sugnred strawberries. Then bent tho whites of the three eggs very
stiff with two tablespoons sugnr, a llttlo lemon extract or whatever ono
prefers, Spread this over tho berries and bake a light brown, Servo with
fruit sauco made of strawberries.
Don't accept just as good.
A CARLOAD OF STATE
EXHIBITS ON THE WAY.
Montpellir. May 10 All the furniture
for the Vermont building at Jamestown, 1
ndijitional mineral exhibits and a large
lot of exhibits for tho State's exhibit j
palace, n full carload In all, will be sh.p.
ped from Montpeller to-morrow, In this
lot Is tl'.e Horn from the I'nlveislty of
Vermont prepared bv Prof. I,. It. Jones, i
This Includes r.0 frames, by 20 feet la
size, nnd contains manj- valuable speel- '
mens from the Prlnlo Herbarium at
Burlington. The old furnltuie loaned for
use In the Vermotlt building also goes In
this ear. It ought to go through to
Jamestown In a week. When notion of
Its arrival Is sent to Montpeller, E. M.
Ooddard a member of the exposition com
mission will go to Jamestown to superin
tend getting these exhibits In place..
DEATH OF A. A. BLISS OF CALAIS
Montpeller, May 10. Augustus A. Bliss,
a well known citizen of Calais died list
j night at midnight at his home In tli.it
town, aged 75 years. Mr, Bliss was a na
tive or ('.nmt and in nis early years wis
proprletin' of tho hotel at Worcester.
Pi lor to Do years ago he was for 13 years
or moro a bookkeeper of this city, He
was n member nf Aurora Lodge of Masons
und represented Calais In tho Legislature
of 1902. Ho nlso represented Worcester
In lA"f. His funeral will bo held Satur
day afternoon at 1:30 at his Into homo and
burial' will bo In the Robinson cemetery
Many Ills come from Impure blood.
Can't have pure blood with laulty di
gestion, lussv liver and sluggish bowels.
Burdock mood iiiums sirciiKuo-n
stomach, bowels and liver, and purines
It Is better to bo happy or rich thnn
Babies are the main -prlngs in the
watches of the night.
Love anil loslf are not on speak
Even tho conscientious minister will
marry for money.
Falling In love doesn't loaor an egotist's
opinion of himself.
Ch.iiity Is a cloak that coveis a multi
tude of queer perfoi mances.
Even a sure-thing gambler Is apt to lose
out In the 'matrimonial game.
A woman puts on m w clot pes lor in?
nurnoso of showing theni off.
It Is a desirable thing to know whin
vour presence Is or is not desired.
After getting the short end of It. a wise
man ays nothing but proceeds to g
even. Chicago News
c,ia ,l.i vs
ru!" .... inA"
Dated t i s ni l nay u ..... nm.
F. A. FFLI.KR.
F. S. RANSOM.
: of r.i.r.A i.awsox oi-
(Non compos Ward)
OF VERMONT, District ot
being promoted to ensign In December,
1V00, to master In March. 1S0S, nml to
lieutenant In March a year later. In
October of the latter year he was de
tailed to special torpedo duty and Join
ed the Asiatic fleet In January, 1S72.
In Mav, ls74, he was ordered for .lilt v
nt the torneilo station and to the Mar-
..... I.. c. i K-- ...i i.i. hi Air.
Hill Ml .-.,,,,,,,:,, ,e,,, K ,M,l,len,len
liromotloii to lieutenant-commander In ti,. nnn.-iiii, Probate Court, for
Momiwller, Mav 17.-The Jury In the the District of Chittenden
TO nil persuii!. ininii -late
of Eliza Lawson of IIlni'sburKh
mentally Incapable 'anl,n.-FT,Na .
Whereas, application In writing hath
July. 1S7S. lie then served on bnnid
the Lancaster, under the bureau of
ordnance, nt the torpedo station and
ns Inspector of torpedo bonts nt Bris
tol, R. 1.. becoming prominently Iden
tified with the development of the at-
l,,.e .eo'.le In tills COUTt bV t ll 0 Rliaril
Ian of Eliza Lawson for license to sell
the real estnte of . said ward, setting
tor chief. He wns made n commander forth therein mat nun w.iro im w
in March. KS9 nnd atter a tour of 'T't lVl!l
dutv on tile Enterprise was again or- in.,.,1,,,,,,1, ,,,,,! nlso one other parcel
deri'd to dutv under the bureau of of land containing about eight ncres of
ordnance and in the ,aer par, of ,W land 1
was placed In charge of tho torpedo ..iril that the same be disposed of and
station. Ho took command of tho the nvails thereof otherwise Invested
imit,rmi r,. Iii Mav. 15,97. and was as the law directs.
MSTA'I'V lT VliOHUNCn rrAHRKM.,
STATE OF VERMONT, District oi
Tho'Hlonorab'le Probate Court for tho
District of Chittenden.
To all persons Interested In the es
tate of Florence Farrell. (minor), of
Burlington. Vt. OREETING'
Whereas, application In writing hnth
been made to this court by the guard
ian of " I-lorenrr Farrell for llrens . to
sVU the real estate ot said ward, set
ting forth therein that said ward Is
Inteinsted In the premises know n as
number 04 situated on the east side
of Murrav street. In the city of Bur
lington. Vt.. that It Is desirable that
the same be cold and me avmia uto"'
sed as the inw uireci. ,
..... uA.,en .he snld Court nr-
r,eimefl nnd assigned the 4th day of
June. 1907. at the Probate Court rooms.
aid district. io nc.n .mo
said application, and ordered that
public notice thereof lie Riven i ....
persons Interested therein, by publ sh
ig this yrder three weeks s.cesslve-
In tne wriiiiKmii ";'",'," ,-
Press a newspaper wiucn circumi-- ...
the neighborhood of those persons In
terested therein, nu which pui
shall be previous to the time appoint
ed for the hearing
Therefore, voti are hereby notified to
appear before said court, at the time
and I-lacn aforesaid, then nnd there.
111 Said COIiri. IO onjeri ... lie. t- -
of such license. !f '" reo eause.
(ilven unaer my num.. " ':""
Court rooms, this i;in uny i
mnde n captain In April, 1S90. When
And thereupon tho said court nppolnt-
e.l .,..! ficqtt-ne.l Ihe 4 1 ll ihv of June
the battleshln Illllnols was completed iuot nt the Prnbati Court rooms. In said
bo was nhieed In command, returning district, to hear and ileclde upon said
. , ntinlleatlon. and ordered tnat pumic
io xne deparim-oi ." ue.uoie m..-. m :.- ,hrr.nr be irivin to all per
the bureau of ordnance in October of therein, by publishing this order
Kins Since that tlmn he has been on three weeks successively In tho
"The Blood is Tho Lire."
duty nt the navy department In that Burlington Weekly
i iiurenu nun in no- . mu.'i u ined of those persons .inieresieo mi-t"-
Sclenco has never Kono beyond the
abovo .simple btatemt nt of scrlpttiru. Hut
It has illuminated that statement and
given It a meaning cut broadening with
tho Increasing breadth of knowledge
Whrn the blood l.s "bad" or Impure it
ib not ulonii tho body which suiters
thrnufih dlseiiso. The brain Is alo
clouded, Him mind and judgement are
CfJected, nnilsuiny an evil deed or impure
thghtvmftvbokrectly traced to tho
Irapumy ot tho breajj Foul, Impure Mood
ran he made mire bv the 9! pr.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACIIELOTt.
Every man gets mighty proud of his
own vices when a clergyman goes wrong.
Enthusiasm l.s shouting for something
you don't understand becauso tho crowd
When a women buys a bunch of Mowers
It's a sign she will lot people think a man
sent them to her,
There Is nn use knowing so much that
It makes other people's head acho for
you to explain It to them.
A woman lies nbout how smart her hus
band Is at making money Just the way
he does about tho wonderful thlncs hla
children say, Now York Press,
I'lcrce's (lolden M.odlcftl Discovery. . ' Ji
t'npetcs n"nd nurllieslhe blood thereby
curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and
other cutaneous allectlon?, as eczema,
totter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
manifestations of Impure blood.
In tho cure of scrofulous swellings, en
larged elands, open eating ulcers, or old
Fores, tho"flolden Medical Discovery "has
performed the most marvelous cures. In
cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers,
it is well to apply to tho open sores Dr,
Pierre's All-Healing Salve, which pos
sesses wonderful healing potency when
used as an application to tho sores In con
junction with tho use of "Golden Medical
Discovery "as a blood cleansing consti
tutional treatment. If your druffglst
don't happen to have tho "AU-Henllng
BalvB" In stock, you can easily procuro It
by Inclosing fifty-four cents In postago
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, GC3 Main St.,
Buffalo, N. Y., and It will como to you by
return post. Most druggists keop It as
well as tho "Golden Medical Discovery."
You can't afford to accept any medlclno
of imknoien fomjiosfilon as a substitute
for"Goldcn Medical Discovery," which Is
a medlclno of known composition,
having a complete list of Ingredients In
plain Rngllih on its bottle-wrapper, the
iianio being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and in'-Viorato stomach, liver and bowels.
i,e,,i nf ..lilrb lie was iiromoted. In- nil which publications shall be
It has been Admiral Converse's habit previous to me ume m'i"i iu. ...
... ... Iwinrlnf
to spend a part 01 ins summers in ei - T,rpfnr0i Von nre hereby notified to
nvont nnd he Intends to continue this appear before said Court, at time and
custom, although Ills winters will place aforesaid, then and there, In said
probably be spent In a milder climate
His family consists of Mrs,
nnd their three daughters.
court, to object to the granting of such
license, ir you see cause
(liven under my band, i.t tho Probate
Court rooms, this ir.tn nay 01 .May
190 " MARCELLl'S A. BINGHAM,
Tim Honornb c tno rrouaio uu.,
MRS. MIZNER GETS DIVORCE.
Hum Tired of Her Young lliishniiil she
MnrrlP.I In Secret,
New York. May 1". Mrs. Mary Ade-
T-..-l.-f I.,.,..,- ...Lie... nf rOifirleU I fn flte ntslrlet of ClllttemlOn
i.uni i in . - . i,ira nnd nil nersons Inter
T Yerltes, tne millionaire iraruon pn- I.', :-; " ' ,f ;vv . ,, scullln
... .. T n.tn.i ...... I .-"l.. ..".'--" .
nioier 01 ....... h. "-" hite of Burlington, "ecenseci
lele.lee.ile,.,. .lee.-e,. nf H I . GREETING
vo'rro from her youthful liftsband. Wll- . Whereas, application hath been 1 made
I in in u foiirr in wriiiiiii. uv
son MIztier to-dny. By tho terms or ,' ,'.'.,.. . .,, f Myron I
in e rieer..,. Airs. . eri.e.s-.Miziii'r nii.v . - u..,iin, in.,. ,r I nil- iiili.o i. ii.-c.-.i.-..
ntestate, praying ir iici-n" "";
.... ... .... 11 tlm t tin it r
marry, slioum sue ruooso 10. " ' ,.,;i estate of said do
The marrlnge of tho wealthy widow , renresentlnK to said court
.1,.. i.niin,' Cnllfornla. Mnnv vears n,m it .vmilil be benetlclal to tho heirs
her junior, a few weeks atter her bus- anflMI
band's death, created wldo public inter- tbo real estate of said deceased, and
est. Much secrecy surrounded tho nf- convert the sanio Into money.
fair nnd It was not until more than a unj "IpproiTatlon In writing of all the
week nfter the wedding thnt either ,irs t0 pnid estnte resldliiK In this
Mlzner or Mrs. Yerkes would nilir.lt State, und set .In- forth the situation
thnt a marrlngo ceremony had been of w1jf'0lt,it,' pald Court appointed
nerformed. Mrs. Yerkes persistently ,,,. 11Raiened the 4th day of Juno,
denying Hint shn bad agnln become a M907, at tho Prtibn' Court rooms. In
bmc "remained In seclusion In tho U district, to hear " . ,f, ,
mansion built for her by Mr. 1 erkes I a.-r.-.l public notice thereof to be
. .. ii 1.. er 1. 1,- n nil nnruniiii Interested theroln.
WllllO .MlZll". 11. "I on" ..." p ''..',' ,L' ' ' V. l.V er tnn-elher with
. nj 1. i.iM.nii.iiK "'',".,.".. ..,;.
the tune nnu puicu ... "Bt.
weens successively 111 ui .,,,
At the end of .1 week, however, the
bridegroom moved his baggage from pVVamis Interested In said estate, ull
tho hotel to tho Yerkes mnnslon nnd which publications shnll be previous
. ... .1.- ... ii,- J,,.. nmiviiKil for hearing.
the rormai nnnouncemein ... ..... Ti,pref0re voTi are hereby notified to
rlaRo wns made. Bin nlmost from tho npp(,nr t,cf0ro said Court, at tho tlm
first tho mntch proved unhiippy nnd and plnce assigned, then and there In
Tor license to sell Ward's
up-town hotels. Do, loo, stoutly den-
led nny knowledge of tho mnrrlnge. weeks successively
rumors of proceedings looking to a
severance of Ihe marriage tlo beenme
sure months ago
Nono of tho proceedings before tho
refcreo will become public 'tic lua re
port 1b scaled
said Court 10 make your objection to
tho granting ot such license, If you
see cause, .. . .
Given under my hand, nt the Probate
Court rooms, this 15th dny of May,
197' MARCELI.U3 A. BINGHAM
.Mine. ... . . r.,j
State of Vermont nisinc ... . ......
Isle. ss t,.u, r-n,
The lionoraoie me .
for ihe district of Grand Isle
To all persons Interested In the es
tate of Millard P. Sabre. ,,,.,.
1.-,. lei.,, r. Sabre, guardian
unto Millard P Sabre, a minor resld
ng in Alburgh. In said district ren
resents to said curt that sa d M -
lard P. Sabre is one 01 iu
dren of Peter M Sabre, late or Aiourgn.
deceased. said deceased having no
widow, mat sa in i-ci.-i ... ....... ,
Intestnte. and left no property of nn
value above th encumbrances there
nnu inai mo ".. ":,.' -.,
Sabre has 110 properly, nor ci.-u ...
iinv value: but that the said Peter M
Sabre made a deed for tne prete .led
I-oulty In somo real estate In said
Albui-Rh to , his children shortly pre
V OUS IO I11S lli llio. .vi.i,.'...,.n -
cloud on the title 10 llie s.11.1 re.
estate, upon w-nii-u . .-n...
Gcorg W. Sabre, nt tho same time,
held a mortgage for an amount greater
than the value incn-ui. ...- .........
In which ical estate has been convey
ed to the said George W Sabro by all
the heirs of said Peter M Sabre other
than said Millard P Sabre, to clear
tho title thereto, and tho said guar
dlnn further represents to said court
that It will be conducive to the Interest
of his said wnrd to sell his said
ward s share in the equity of said real
estate tho value of said real setato
being about fJOOO and the said mortn
ire thereon amounting to nbout J4000
Tho said guardian therefore prays
said court to grant him license to sell
his ward's interest In the real estate
pursuant to the provisions of tho
statutes In such ease made and provld-
"'b.ited nt Alburgh. In said district
this 30th day of April A, D., 1907
JOIIN L. SABRE, (lunrdlan.
And therefore said court appointed
and assigned the 1st day of June A D.
1(117 ot Mm Probnte office in said dis
trict to hear and decide upon said np
nlleatloir. nnd order that public notice
tppreor uy given ... .... i-
...,.ete.i there In bv publishing this
order three weeks successively In tho
Burlington Weekly Free Press, n news
paper which circulates in inn neign
borhoo.l of those persons nterested
therein, all of which publications shnll
he previous to the time nppolnted for
'Therefore you are hereby notified to
appear before said court nt the tlmo
mid place nforesald. then nnd there to
object to the granting of such license
of you seo cause.
Given under my hand nt tho Pro
bate office this 11th dny of May A. D.
1507 WILLIAM HAYNES.
46,w2t- ludgo of Probate.