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14 CARNEGIE GIVES CUTTLE KILLING T WATSON AND WLUAMS COS $4010 Mill MORE Tho Populists Put Their National Ticket into the Field Early. BRYAN MEN WALKED OUT Filibustered nntl Threw (lie Convention Into Fcnrfiit Nnurls until They Found ThriiiKclvrN Defeated Slmrn Interchanges Plat form Very PniiullNtlc. fit. Txmls, April tho I'nlted Stales of Georgia. H. For Prot-ldent of Thoiuu.s 10. unison For Vico-Presld. nt of the United States, Samuel Williams of Indiana. Tho foregoing ticket was nominated to. day by the People's iarty conve ntlon, lifter two stormy sessions during which tho Nebraska ami tin- M'nnesotn dele gations bolted bieaUM- they could not procuio n postponement of the conven tion until nfter nominations hail been made by the democratic national con vention go that the People's party might nominate William J. Hrynn for president, if he were dofcatc 1 at tho democratic convention. The Nebraska men fought uVspci' ntely to the last, and when Jay W. For rest of Albany, N. Y.. moiiiit"d tho plat form to place WntKoti in nomination, they withdrew from tho convention, fol lowed by the Minnesota delegation, which consisted of one man, T. J. Welghon. If Hryan Is nominated at Den ver, the men who walked oat of to-day';) convention nay that they and the popu lists of Xcbrnsku will support him to ,-t man, After adopting a platform, the conven tion finally ndjournod. At the morning session the Nebraska men filibustered so cleverly that several tune.-! Uiey threw the convention Into fearful Miarls. They fought long and hard ti have temporary Chairman Jacob S. ( yey of Ohio mado permanent chair m.Ui not because of affection they bore him. but because they believed that they could targlo him and stanil off the nom!".atlons.. Thry were defeated, how ever, and George A. Honneeker of Jersey City was made permanent chairman. Hr.fnpilcpr was not In sympathy with tho Tlrvan supporter'". He talked back In vigorous style to the Nebraska men when they attacltrd him. The tartest dialogue of the convention took place at the cloj-e of th morning session between Itnn necker and T. It. Tibbies, the whltehaired dean of the Nebraska delegation. Tib bies was speaking en n question con nects! with the adoption of the plat form. The chairman declared that he could not exactly understand whether Tibbies was f-peaklng on a motion or n Biib for a motion. "If some people can't understand things I can't help It," snapped Tibbies. "Tho chair cannot furnish you -with the English to explain yourself," re torted tho chairman. "Nor can I furnish you with brain' to run tho convention," stormed Tibbies. "Tho chair Is fully nwnre that tho gentleman cannot furnish brains," roared Honneeker, and the conversation censed because both men were so angry they could do nothing but hreathp hard nnd glare at each othnr. Mr Watson did not attend tho con vention, but Mr. "William- returned thanks to the convention In (i brief ppeech In which he promised to do till things possible for tho sucoots of the ticket and urged his hearers to' do c-vervthlng In their power to keep up tho party organization. At the conclusion of Mr. Williams' nddreEs the convention adjourned sine die. At n mooting to-night of the now national committee, James H. Ferris of Jollct, Ills., wns r elorted chair man nnd Jay W. Forrest of Albany, K. V., was chosen vlce-chnlrman. STATKMKNT HY NCBUASKANS. After the convention tho Nebraska, delegation male tho following state ment: "Tho meetlnc of certain members of the populist national committee In St. Isolds November V. 1907, at which tlmo It was decided to call thl com cut Ion. was lrreprular bt cause members of the national committee from several Stotri were never notified of such metlrijr nnd were not represented, Tho apportion ment of delegates mado by this so-called committee was so made as to disfran chise the populist States and place th.i control of tho convention In the hamla of men from the eastern States, ,n many of which a populist vote wns never cast. "Wo feel that we nr not hound by the action of a convention composed of men who are not accredited populist del elates nnd we feel In no way bound to support the ticket nominated to-day by this convention. "Wo do not hesitate to sav that If Mr, Hryan 1s nominated by the democrat.-) ut Denver, the populists of Nebraska will BUirport him to a man." "Tho Issulnfr of money Is a function of government and should not be deb-noted to corporations or individuals. Tho con Btitutlon Klvea to empress alone the power to Issno money and regulate IhoJ value thereof. We therefore demand tharl all money shall h Issued by the wnvern tnent direct to the people without the Intervention of banks nnd ho a full lesal tender for all debts, public and private, find In quantities to supply tho necessities of tho country. We demand that postal rsavinKB hanliB bo Instituted for tho sav ings of tho peoplo." The platform favors settlnir aside puh- , 11c lands for homestenda; Kovernmont ' ownership and control of rnUpoads, tole fnraphs nnd telephones; taxation of mon opoly prlvlleRes while they remain In prt ! vnto hands to tho extent of tho valuo of thu rrlvllPKO granted: ffenernl law uni formly reirulatlnR the powers nnd duties of all Incorporated companies dolnc an Interstate, business; demands that legal provision be mads under which the peo ple may exercise the Initiative nnd ref- M-ewlum and proportional representa tion and direct vote for all public offices -with the rlaht of recall! condemns "the recnt attempt to dettroy the power of trade union thro-uirh the unjust use of the fednral Injunction substituting gov ernment by Injunction for free covern , ment"j fnvora tho enaotment of legisla tion looklnif "i Iha improvament or con (lllloiiH of the wao itrners; the nboll llon of ohllrt laltor III fuetorleH nnd mines find tlw ttupurerolnif of trn'oatuhoim; op jiobsh tu lnn of ormvlot labor In cnmpatl. tlwi WltJl frw luftori ilwiiiunelrt "IMu ux- oliifilon from Amurteen niiutea of forelBn Belching of gas, sour Hsmgs in the throaty pain after eating, a general feeling of heavi ness, irritability, these are condi tioiis which Dr. Williams' Pink Pilfo coATect. "I lied a distressed feeling after eating, often followed by terrible vomiting spells," says Mrs. William Duelly, of 43 Lucas avenue, Kingston, N. Y., "and beT.mo subject to deathly sick headaches. I was cons tantly belching gas in my efforts to relieve my stomach. I was in this condition for nearly three and a half yrars, although I tried a number of doctors. I was discouraged with them all, when 1 read about Dr. Williams Pink Pills. A few boxes hflped me wonderfully. I continued their use until cured and have had no signs of stom ach trouble since." Dr. WiUfcuns' PINK FELLS At all !ttiLfc.'i 'i t-r ;rect from Dr. WHHan.s Mm nef cbrncctady,N.Y. pauper labor Imported to beat the wages of Intelligent Antcrt.-an worklngmon lown: favors tlu eight-hour work day and legislDllon ),roteetlng tho lives and limbs of w, rk-i i -i throitg'.i the use of safelv nppllan- demnndR the enact ment ut an einplo. ers' llahillty bill with in constitutional hounds unci declares against "a continuance of tho criminal carelessness of the operation of mines through which thousands of miners have lost their lives to Increase the dividends of stockholder!)" and demands "tho Im mrdlate adoption of precautionary mens ures to prevent n repetition of such hor Hble catastrophe? " Continuing, the pl.-tform snys: "We condemn all unwarranted as sumption of authority of tho lnforlor federal courts In annulling by lnpunc tlon the lawn of the several States and therefore demand of Congress such let?lslallon as shall Inhibit such usur patlnn and restricting to the Supreme Court of the 1'nlted States alono the exercise of this gront power. ' - are opposed to all Rambling In futures. ' We present to all people the fore going declaration of principles and nil. -Ion as our deep, earnest and abid ing convictions nnd now before tho ountry anil In tho nam'' of the groat moral hut eternal powor In the uni verse that makes fcr right thinking nnd right living anil determines the destiny of nations, this convention pledges that the Peoples party will stand by these principles nnd policies In success and In defeat; that never again will tho party by the siren songs nnd false promises of dcMgnlns poll tlflr.ns bo tempted to change Its course or bo again drawn upon tho treacherous rocks of fusion." CONFLICT BETWEEN LAWS Comity Ollleitilw In lluimtr of I'linlnh- ii l- ii ( ntumllzlni; Cltlir.rns, .Montpeller, April 2. City Jude 15. .M. larvey. us assistant clerk of Washing ton county court, has refused to receive any more second naturalization papers for the reason that the .State auditor m.iy coll for a fee of $11 while tho I'nlted Slates laws prolde for a f-n o!" J) and Impose a penalty of $i,(""0 or two years In prison, If more Is exacted. The mat ter has been referred to Altorney-den-erul Kltts, who will probably call for a decision from the department of com merce and lalwr. The difficulty prow? out of the new nntiirallratlnn law. which provide-) that pap.rs may b.- taken nut In county courts;. I'nder the State laws ti.e auditor calls for fee" of $11 for yurh transac tions. It is estimated that between four days and a W'-eu would be consumed In exam ining IM applicants and there Is a fcpllns that the State ousht not to be put to a considerable expense for a federal mat ter of business. If the federal court should not hold a session for naturalization purposes hero It will be neci-sbary for the applicant and his two witnesses to ko to Ktttland, In volving a serious hardship for many would bo citizens. TWEITTY-SIX APPLY FOR 1' -LAND'S LICENSES. Rutin i II 2. Tho board of license commlss i-rs have received 35 applica tions fi llutland'H 11 liquor licenses. There I 11 for first clnss, 10 for sec ond class and five for seventh class. Thu feo for second class this ye. has been raised $1,200 to 1,500, the feo for llrst clasi remaining at tho old fteurc, 11,200. eral choice new TDKOttblO of imiing merit. " ' U8LI NIIH MA, . twettt peddM era knows. One th irltMt urmcr liarrti rmcr liarreKwl to tmihau from one rlnntM nd recelTrt t tcma to ) per ImiLcl. Qulliy i tbabcit. .Oct bnr exctpUon. f arucoera. "IIIjj l,rDi"0O tltwhltopptto,poWrlfMt illUiTwtllinown TtrUtlei. I Iu Bric4 tr I rii, U dcljclonilT nijtlT, to ui til 7011 ft ftbosi It. CtJoin rrM. J.J.U.UUHVSIM, Huiiows.MtM. Certificates to That Amount lamed for Animals Condemned in 7crmont. RECORD SUM FOR 9 MONTHS .Mnle I'nmmlHKloiirr Wilson Hum Now on Flic r.OII AlipllenllouN for Tuber culin Test Not As Jinny Itc ijyicMts Ksueclcrt Now A Hjiirlnu (be Winter. lliillnnfl, April Following a confer- L-nco between Oov. t. D. I'roclor and H. 11. Wlllson of Arllnuton, State cattle com- sinner, In Oils city It has been announced Hint between July and April 1 certificates were Issued for the killing of condemned cattlo In this State to tho valuo of MO,- u. This Is a higher llguro than for any oilier nlno months. While these certificates affect all parts of the Stato the (rreat part of tho killing has been In tho northern section. There nro now on file fv applications calling for tents. It Is expected that the applica tions will not come In as rapidly now as for tho last few months ns farmers are turnlns out their cattle and getting more out of them. WINS INSURANCE MONEY. Merchant 5nrI CompHny for $1,."00 on l'ollcj fSrti .11. 1100 Verdict. Ilutland, Apill 2. In Kutland coun ty court to-day RodKOr Dwyer of West ltutland, a merchant, wan awarded a verdict of $1,200 damages against tho Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance, company. Dwyer's store was burned n year n;ro and his stock badly damaged. lie sued to recover the full nmomit of his Insurance policy, $l,t"00. The company wanted to settle for $500. The trial of criminal cases by jury will bo commenced to-morrow morn lng and there Is sufficient huslncs to keep the Jury occupied for several days State's Attorney Ii. A. Iftw rence has nnnounred that tho case.? will be taken up In the following order: State vs. John K. Joy, Rutland, soil ing liquor "to a minor; State vs. Charles 11. Webster. Castleton, selling lliuor contrary to the terms of his license; State vs. Udward Sheehy, Fair Haven, breach of the peaco; State vs. Thomas Fox. Fair Haven, breach of the peace; State vs. raul Galleha, Fair Haven, breach of tho pence; Slate vs. Oeor,ire F. Grey, Rut land, keeping a bucket shop; State vs. Michael Slmpsvm, Rutland, keep InK a KainbliniT place; State vs. Wll Ham Mound, Urandon, selllnK liquor without a license; Stato vs. John W. Rlanchard, refusal to pay forfeited ball; Stato vs. Rolland Fuffer, Castle ton, blanket act; Stato vs. John Flynn, Kutland, receiving stolen property. State vs. Augustus Cook, Rutland, breach of the peace; State vs. H. W. Ins-alls, New Jersoy, defrauding hotel keeper. WINDSOR IS THE BANNER GOOD ROADS COUNTY, Lends StiKe ivlli, 5 .nn,..., out of 92 Ilullt In Vermont l,HM Venr A Itonil .McrtluK. Wnlto River Junction, April 2. The good road movement received a. decided Impetus at tho meeting of county rond commissioner!! at Foresters' hall to-dav The meeting was larsely nttended, and n considerable delegation from surround lng towns in New Hampshire attests a strong interest In the subjectthere. e ommissioner uates strongly com mended the work done In the county and It appeals that In miles of roads built up on the permanent plan Windsor county leads with IS miles to IH credit out of !2 miles built In tho Stnte Inst year. It Is expected that an equal amount will be built the coming yenr. Kmphnsla was laid upon tho ndvantace of early spring work on roads. FIREMEN SAVED BRIDGE. St. JolinNliury Department Hurried to rusuniHlc liy Special Train. St. Johtisbury, April 2. Tho ft. Johns bury fire depru tment was summoned to Pncsumplo this noon on a special train to save a covered railroad bride about a mile below l'nssumpsle. The department havc.l the trestle work thoUKh the sides and root wore badly burned. The afternoon trains wero de layed about 30 minutes. PAID $25.20 FOR GEESE. Tun Wild Ones font 1'owuul I'nrim-r Dearly In Court. Ilennlniiton. April 2. County Game Warden Harry Chaso urreatod and brought before Municipal .ludso Hates this afternoon John Harder, a Pownal farmer, on the charge of whootliiK two wild eese on Harbor's pond. Harber pleaded guilty and wns lined $20 and cost of J5.20. HAPPENED AND DIED. TOLD WIFE HOW IT EnBt RurUe, April 2Joseph Glquler, about CO years old, was accldently shot yesterday afternoon while koIiib to his simnr err hard with a nun. lie slipped and In falling the Kun was dlsehniBed, the hhol striking him In his abdomen. He walked Into his houso lay down on the bed and told hU wlfo how the acci dent happened nnd then died In two hours. Not Hon Cheap Hut How Good. A brick front painted with L. & M. Paint 25 years ago nnd not painted since may be seen at 472 Rergen Bt Hrooklyn. New York. Paint with L. & S'. I"1'" llnnt Red and trim with Shaker Green or White. Tho body won't need paint ing In 25 years. R. E. Hrown, North Wllllston; R K. Wtlsnn, Fairfax; II, M. Hull, HlnesburK! F. H. nlnvood, Wlnooskl; F- H. F'if & Bon, Richmond 1 W. S. Noy & Co., Undorhlll; C. 1. Ilatoh Sr. Co.. WUr-bury- Professors of State Universities to Be Included in His Pen- iion Scheme. THEY HAD REQUESTED IT Income from Hie OrRiintreil Carnegie Foundation ml Hern Ilxlinustrd nnd ii Larger Fund Was Xerci tirj Annual Income from Total Fund 37r0,000. New York, April Announcement wus made to-night that Andrew Car negie would add $.",000,000 to tho fund of the Cnrncglo foundation or what ever sum might be necessary to In clude ns pension beneficiaries, eligible profossora of State utilvornltlo. No provision wns made for this class of educators In thu original gift for tho reanon stnted by Mr. Carnegie at tho time that the donor thought It posslblo that such Inatll-utlons might prefer that their relations should con tinue exclusively with the Statu from which their chief support was de rived. This view was not taken by the national association of Stato uni versities which In tho year following the es-tnbllshniont of the foundation, petitioned tho truMes for admittance to the heni-ttts of the retiring allow ance system. It wis then found that tho earnings of the original fund oi $10,000,000 were exhausted through the outlet already pWnned, and that If tho faculties of all Stato unlversltlei wore to bo benefited, nn additional 5. 000, 000 would bo required. Tho sit uation was placed formally before Mr. Carnegie by Ir. Henry S. lrlt chett, president of tho Carnegio Foun dation for tho Advancement of Teach ing, on March 31 last and on that saino day Mr. Carnegio replied that the money would be forthcoming for any Stato Institution whoso applica tion received tho approval of tho Leg islature and Oovenn.r of Its State. Tho additional doni'tlou will bo In flvo per cent, bond, so providing nn added nnnual Income of u quarter of a million dollars, nr,d a total for year ly disbursement of $"r.0,000. TIIK ORIGINAL. GIFT. The Carnegio fonndat.on was estab lished by Mr. Carneele on April 27, 190S, with a gift of u trust fund of $10,000.0)0 lit five per cent, fiist mortgage bonds of the United States St-.-l corporation. This fund was plnced In the care of trustees who Includo the pre Idents of the better known colleges nnd universities of the etiuntry. The rovem-e of tho fund pro vides pensions for t, achers of universi ties, colleges and technical schools in the United State. Canada and Newfound land, who are retired nfter 2.') years of service or, having reacJied tho age of 65 years, have taug' t 1.1 years preceding. From the benefits of the trust were ex cluded Instructors supported by State or colonial government and schools un der sectarian control. PROMOTION FOR BURNAP. C'cntrnl VerinonlV ITcIkIiI Ai-enl Sent Went by (irnnd Tmnk, St. Albans, April 5. Robert I- Rurnap has resigned hU position as general frelKht asent of the Central Vermont railway and yesterday left for I'IiIchro to assumo the duties of assistant goneral freight ng-iiit of the Grand Trunk rail way. Tho selection of Mr. Hurnap for this responsible position, places him In line for the highest offices of the great Grand Trunk system. Mr. IJurnnp, son of the late W, L. Hurnap of Buthnstnn, was Rraduated fiom Dartmouth Colle-Be In 3S3 1 and the same year entered railroad service as clerk for the Ccntial Vermont ut Odens burtf, N. Y. IK- was rapidly promoted tc time keeper and secretary to the di vision freight nsent there, then clrk in the commercial agent's ofllce In Now York, travellm; freight ai;ent, commer cial nent and since Auirust, 15-0, has been seneral fi eight agent. Ho succeeds In Chli-ago Carlos A. Hayes, who comes to Montreal and suc ceeds J. H. DalrympUi as Kenural freight agent of the Grand Trunk. Mr. Dalrymple, who Is remembered as fornioi general freight agent of the Central, goes to Winnipeg, Manitoba, as assistant freight trattlc manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific soon to become one of the great 'ranscontlnental lines from ocean to ocean. The appointment of Mr. Hurnap s successor will Do an nounced, within a day or so. M. M. REYNOLDS LEFT SUNDAY FOR NEW POST. St. Albans. April r-. M. M. Reynold-, who recently resigned the Important position of comptroller of the Natlon.il Railroad of Mexico, the Mexican In ternational and the Interoi-eanlc Rail way of Mexico, arrived in this oltv to-day with Mis. Reynolds. Mr. Rev nolds will have Monday lor Montreal to assume tin- duties of hH new posi tion with th.- Grand Trunk. It Is un derstood that Mr. Reynold's ofllce will bo similar to that he has Just left, hav ing full charge of all llnniices and lie- counts. Mr. HeynoleU Is pleasantly remembered as general auditor of the Central Vermont railway from 1S2 to 1002. While here. h married MIsh Flora L. Hyde. 31GE m.. Positively curecl li theso Wttla Pilli They ftiso relievo I)! CARTER'S (SPITTLE IVER g PILLS. tress from Dyspepsia, I dlcestlon and Too neat Katln?. A perfect 1 en edyforl'l72lneE3, Kaus-i Drowsiness, Daa Tai.t In tho iloutli. Coaui. Tonffu?. r''!a lQ S!C Tonrin lhth. Th?. regulato tho Bowels. Purely Vcptitabio. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE Gcnuino Must Bear Fiic-Similc Signaure REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. CARTERS iTTLE WlVER WLls. MODERATE IMPROVEMENT Some Sections Regaining Busi ness Rapidly, Others Slower. ONLY ONE WAGE DISPUTE Many Laborer Ilcniimed Work April 1 nt Slight neduetlon of Wucrex Little ("limine la Manufactur ing: Situation 4f;rlriilitirnl Interests Well Stnrlcil. New York, April 3. R. G. Dun & Co.s weekly review of trade to-morrow will &ay: While tho volume of buslne.-i Is still much below normal, moderate Improve ment Is constantly noted, although the rate of progress Is different In the b ail ing centres. Sumo sections aro reg lin ing the lost ground rapidly and it is not unusual to find reports of a larger bust- ness than at the same time In 1X-J but losses ate still tho rule in comparison with last year. Aside from the Idleness of bituminous coal mines, which Is not expected to be prolonged, April did not bring any senous labor dl pute and many wage earners w're enabled to resume work by accepting small reductions In pay. Weather conditions havo continued to faellltiti! retail distribution of spring merchandise, while the advanced season gives tho agricultural Interests a better flart than usual. Railway earnings thus far reported for March decreased 13.G per cent, aa compared with 1D03. Manu facturing conditions are little altered, about E0 per cent, of the Iron and steel producing rapacity being In operation llicri-.eu iM.Mii.s mu loot wear factories last week was not mainiaineu. commercial rauures mis wcck in United States am 2" against 43 last weuiv, ,u mo prt-ceuiug wcck .111.1 im- corresponding wcck last jcar, j-auures In Canada number 23 against 2." last week, 20 tho preceding week and 2a last year. TRADE IS QUD3T. llnnkrri sp I.aek of Ximv lluslneMi nnd KntcrnrlNri. New York, April 2 Hradstrcet's state of trade to-morrow will snys: Trade Is quiet tho country over, In dustry Is still curtailed, a stoppago of work by roal miners swells the number of Idle workmen, collections nro slow, and although money Is easy, bankers complain that borrowing demand Is l'ght, this latter being a reflection of the lack of now business and the absence of new enterprises. Failure for tho first quarter of tho year testify to the r train on credit which followed the acute condi tions of the last quarter of 11107 and clear ing returns confirm earlier Impressions of as shrinkage of over one-fourth In general trade and Industry fiom tho first ( quarter of ir-07. The crop sltuntlon Js lr- 1 regulnr owing to the cold wave, which has not, however, affected winter wheat. It reaches Into the South and Interferes i with crop preparation nnd planting thero j and In the Northwest. The movement of' crons to market has been cheeked by I farmers turning their attention to the work oi tho nppruachlng reason, Iiuslness failures for the weeic ending April 2 number 2W against 2s last week 137 In the like week of 1P07, 151 In lPuO, 170 In mi nnd 201 In ll"1!. MME. GOULD CAN MARRY. Her llrtliroll.nl In I'rluce He Siiirnn lo He Aniioiinrcd III l-'rilm-e Flrt HiinIiiiikI Voht over U0,I(K),(X0. New vork. Anrll 2 Mine Annn Gould and the Prlnco de Rngan now believe, It Is reported, that the legal status of her affairs will permit of their mnrrlago In Bptto of the opposition of the Gould fam ily, without endangering Mme. Gould's Incomo from the estato of her ratti er. Though no official Information could bo obtained from the lawyers yester day, It wns learned on excellent au thority Hint Mmo. Gould has been act lng for some tlmo under ndvlco to this effect from Coudert Ilrothers, who hav been her legal advisers for 10 yean. As further evidence that Mme. Gould and tho Prlnco surely would ho married Mrs. Tyler Morse, with whom Mme. Soda Crackers that crackle as good Soda Crackers should Uneeda Biscuit I With meals for meals between meals m Ji In dust tight, Q moisture proof packages. Neper sold in bulk. M NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY M Anna Gould Is stopping at thu St. Regis, fa id: "I am authorized to say for Mme. Gould that there will be no formal an nouncement of hor cnK.ipement In this city. The encasement will ho made pub lie In Franco, according to certnln for malities that must be observed there, ns Mme. Gould Ii a citizen of ''Y.inco. "Mmo Gould should arrive In Tarli beforo tho end of the mouth If her h -alth permits, as sho Intends to sail directly after Raster. I cannot say how soon Mme. Gould will Rlvo her answer to the Prince, but It will not be mado known publicly In tills country." PAID GEOROI-: GOULD 550,000. Further cvldcnco developed durlnR the day of the break In the Gould family. This was an order from JmlRO I.acombe, In the I'nlted States Circuit Court, for GeorKo J. Gould and Miss Helen Gould, receivers of tho surplus Income of Mmn. Gould abovo what was roqulrcd to moot the allow ance for Count Ronl'a creditors, to pay Georsro Gould 550.000 In MlsPOUrl Pacific bonds to reimburse him for a, t.'O.uOO counsel for Mme. Gould In her divorce proceedings In France. The order also authorizes tho payment of ?2,000 to former Jud,-e John F. Dillon, counsel for tho Gould executors, for his services In tho same raso. Coudert Brothers, according to Lor enzo Sumple, one of Its members, acted for Mme, Gould beforo the com plications with the creditors camo on. It wns learned that In tho five years following her marriage to Count Ilonl, that spendthrift Rot away with not only $3,000,000 In e-ah that she took wlln hr to tho otnr b)i1(i blR her entire incomo of between f 000 000 and 700l000 a year, nnd he piled up ' (lebts amounting to $5,000,000 In ad- dltlon. HAS PAID $3,O00 DKRT5. "About 120 creditors were Involved In the general settlement that was made," creditors in Instalments of ."X).fi0u a year, all told, J3,000,CC0, which Is about r-fl per cent, of the sum due. "The Jay Gould ostnte, I should Judge, amounted to about $y),(f).t'. Mme. Gould received one-sixth, or about J1C.OlVI.000. Her incomo has been about $7-""),0-'iO a year, so that sho has received 2V for her own support. 1 uo not ininit mat .Mr. iveuy receivc.i (00 mURh ,n a fv1(, fpc Hfl cama nl0 Mmc a(tuWR nffalr-s nt n tlme when thero was a question whothor Count Honl's creditois would not get away with , overytnnff, H!s services In this connec- Uon ajQn0 wcr0 of tll0 ulm03t value, HTGI1GATK AND SWANTON Vr.r.S. St. Albans, April 5. The license com missioners of Hlghgate havo fixed the fees as follows: I list class, $700; second class fsoo. Myron K. Hair is chairman, swrninrv nnd treasurer of the board. In Swiinton the fees are lo for flrri class nnd H.f0 for socond clnss. Two applications have been niade for the former and four for the latter. YOU Can uso the KNOWLEDGE GAINED a! NO Church St., Burlington, Vt. N. D. Blake, Prln. Buy Your Stationery At the Free Here are a few of the in stock: Paper, Envelopes, Box Paper, Lead Pencils, Penholders, ompass and Divider! Pencil Pockets, Ink, Mucilago, Paste, Glue, Blank Books, Menn Books, Letter Books, Note Books, tJotnposition Bookftj Receipt Books, Pads, V-. y&n i ivfii in I IMU LI 1 L.U m MOUNTAIN Cffi D. E. Delaney, a Fugitive from Justice, Well Guarded by Dogs and Guns. HAD STOLEN $26,000 Churned He Took That Amount from I.nir Firm Tliut nmpliijei! Hlra An filthier Offlcrrn Hnd Ileen Searching; All im-r the United State for IIliu New York, April 3. Daniel R. Delnr.ev of Htuoklyn, cashier for the law firm .if Henry V. Ch: ,v Co., Wall S'reet this city, was ariested at Mountolndale, Sul livan county, N. 1"., to-day charged with taking KG.Ono of the firm's funds. I t bine) '8 hou?e in Hrooklyn is about to be sold and covers the am U't alleged to have been taken. Detectives elfectcl Delan-'s arrest after a most remark i" 5 ard urusual chase whlc fim''. i- 3 t ionel c-ave at the summit of a m '.iln near Mc p tnlndale. I-lati'y hi.lt n lh.ng n tlm cave for thiec w-Ks v j.irdr 1 1 1 twi bloodhounds, seven t1-- d'-y and a small nrm.in-ct r . n-1 -rm .-'t i" Search w.i n idr . " vcr T'nl'ed Ptates for I' 1 nnr,' trT-e oe 1 guised a? fa-r.vrs tw 1 r:t r- 'rnveled 1 into the mountain vi'.'.nc. ncpsiv on jn hunting trip. Hy a ruse r -1 Delaney to a farmer's houc ar.d arres ed him. I ' ' SEN. STEWART'S SECRETARY 1 ,,.,,... .. . i,..1ir hurl... n!.fc Cominltter lcrnger. Wnsh'.ncton, April 2. Pen itor Stewart has appointed as his se'-re-.i- Wil'lam Roan, formerly assistant rU-rk to Rena tnr Proctor's committer, nnd as messen ger to the committee Char'-s R'ak, f--merly a messencer In the Hoi of Rep resentatives. If the Hub- Is CuttliiK Teeth ,urP ,lnrt P 1 1,-1 old and we'l-trled ren mIv. Mf Wmslow's p-'-'l'rg Sv- rip for lilrtn n teething It s-iOthes softens the gams nl'ays a ' ronu.,jy tor Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Press tore. many thing's we carry Tablets, Postal Card Album, Wedding Cake Boxe Letter Files, Fountain Pens, Paper Clips, Rulers, Scrap Books, Ink Stands, Microscopes, riencil Sharpeners, E79 Shades, Letter Scales, Toilet Paper, Paper Napkins, Playing Onrds, Ink Erasers Pencil Erasers. X