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THE ST. JOHNSBURY CALEDONIAN, APRIL J 3, 1898.
A ii; ! it ! : I il !, i ' i i-: )! !. i it I' ' ; :1 !i I ; I ; : I 1' ' 1. 1 ; ' 1 I .(' A Prayer For Peace. BLIZABKTH STUART rilELPS.WAD. Cod of nil nation.! Hold thrm back, Who beckon dcHth upon our track! Who welcome woe upon our land. God ol all mercies! bid them stand ! Control the fevered henrt and brain, That rendn icm-ll to rend utialn ; Arrest the word that start to dny To loose the arm that leapt to slay ! Lo, Thou art greater than our fate, I)aring. we cr : Not yet too late ! A wail i. on the Eatcr chime Save us, O God ! There yet is time. Bt memories enrven and graven 'With the dhiik "' thirty years; By the mind nd the mrnmntj of battle Horror, and uniiuish and uurs; By the souls thnt went out in the morning, With the rose of thr liusi on the brow ; By the ip cnl"r in ryes ihnt were darkened, Wistluliy watching us now; By the crv on lips thnt were silenced Id n'auKhtrr. and torture, and death; By the homeless, desolate passing Of the slow and shattered breath; By the man who writhed in the trenches, Bv the imy who groaned on the field, By the hero who dashed to hi- dying, With only the smoke for a shield ; By the locket that lay on the silent. Cold hrart ; by the curl ol solt hair He 'd h"1''e" to kiss it. and tienure Till they found it at last, with him, there; By the mother who bore him, and gave him ; Ah liod ! Hy the desolate wic ; By the girl in whose heart he is h ly Frm the dawn to the dark of her life; By the homes thnt are builded on ashes, By the ghosts at the hearth that we have ; By the be that wei.t down with the solditr, Into the weed grown gruvc; By the w aste and woe. and the murder, By the crime ol the -hot nml the shell, That tears ai the flesh and the - pint, By the soul ol wur, which is hill Save, save us. good Lord ! Misguided! Blinded by blood nnd bv mist, Oh. save us the liaster lilies Held in the bunds ol Christ! New York Herald. Late News at Washington. Tuesday night's papers give tlie Ac count ol Gen. Lee's trip Iroin Florida to Washington. At Richmond 10 000 peo ple wildly cheered him and Washington will treat him royally. His testimony before the senate committee in regard to the mines in Havana hnrbor is expected to be very sensational. Congress has not yet decided what to do with the messnge, hut may decide on immediate intervention to stop the war in Cuba. It is expected that action will be taken today. Spain interprets the message as clearly promising that the United States will not intrrlcre in Cuba. Commandery Visitation. Robert J. Wright ol Newport, Right Eminent Grand Commander, made an official visit to Palestine Commandery last night and there wa9 a large number of the Grand Officers present on this occas;on. Among the number were Daniel Payson of Windsor, E. G. C. G ; Charles A. Calderwood, Grand Warden ; N.P Bowman, Past V. E. D. G. C; 0. W. Orcutt. Past Gr.C. G.; G R. Magoon, Commander N-rtti Star Commandery ol Lancaster; Theophilus Grout, Com mander ol Malta Commandery of New port; T S. Ellis, Past Grand C. G., of New Hampshire; Rev. Mr, Ame, Pnlate of North Star Commandery of Lancas ter; Delos M. Bacon, Past G. C. There were also several Sir Knights from Windsor, While River Junction, Newport and Lancaster. The visiting Grand Officeis were tntrrtain-d at the Avenue House by a deltgation from Palestine Commam'erv at supper. The conclave opened at 7 30 o'clock at the Asylum and after the exercises a banquet was served. Council Election. At the annual meeting of Caledonia Council, No. 13, on Friday evening these officers were elected : T. T. M . Hi nry E. Koepka. D. M., IMsi;-i A kannev. P. C. oi W James II. Holder. Tr., Chnrle A. Calderwood. Recorder, Delos M. Llacon. C. oil... Edwin 1 Spencer. C. of C, 1 hn R. Somerville. Marshal, lidward C. Chandler. Steward, J.-iinis H. Thompson. Sentinel, I' .litu r E. Paine. Fierce Fighting in Egypt. The Anglo-I-g ptinn lorcis, under the Sirdar, t n. Herbert Kitchener, ntlaeked the dervish I iosii ion at 7.45 Fridn v morn ing and rushed Mahmotid's zariba, the center ol his lorlifications, without check. The nttnek was entirely success ful and the dervishes lost heavily. De tails of the dcfi at of the dervishes show that the Anuln Egyptian force, alter a night march, arrived at dawn before the enemy's ca-np. When the trenches of the dervishes hao been bombarded, the whole Anglo-Egyptian torcc made a brilliant rusli tor the zariba and the trenches. The dervishes stood their ground brnvelv and reserved their fire until the n tucking force was quae closetnthrm. Mahmnud, the dervish general, was uinot g ti e pris oners captured Margaret Mai her, the well-known actrtss dud in Cliarh ston, West Virginia, Thursday. While plaving the cavescene, in the fourth act of Cymb. line she col lapsed and was carried' ofT the staue in an uncunsc ous condition and nevir re gained consciousm ss. She died at 5 p m.ol convulsions caused by acute Bright 's disease. Miss Mather's parents live in Detroit, For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used by millions of mothers for their children wnk- teething. If disturbed at night and broken of your rest by n sick child suffering and crying with pain ol cutting tcith, send at once and gel a bottle ol "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" fur Children Teething. It will relieve the poor little sufferers immediate ly. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures diarrhoea, rcgulutes the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, soitens the gums, reduces inflammation, and gives lone and energy to the whole system. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup" lor children terthini; is pleasunt lo the taste, and is the puscrip tion ol one ol the oldest nnd best letnale physicians and nurses in the United States. Price twenty-live cents u bottle. Sold by nil drugnisU throughout t bp world. Be sure and ask lor "Mrs, Wins low Soothing Syrup." LYNDONVILLE. The prospects fur the band this year are uncommonly good. Homer Wilson has been secured us leader and the boys have made an excellent choice. The band have weekly reheaisals and at the la-t rei e irsal there were 17 out. E.J. Sawyer, recently of Bradford, has re turned to Lyn lonville, and it is hoped he can secure work as be is a fine musician and used to be leader ol the band. The interest docs not abate at nil in the whist and billiard tournament of the Lyndon Club. Saturday evening E. M. Campbell's side scored moie victories and are now 25 poims ahead. Twenty one out of the 3G games have been played. Mr. Morrison's side has still a sale lead in billiards. E. J. Blodg tt lias sold nearly 50 wheels this season and expects to pass the 100 limit belore the summer is over. The schools outside the village begin their spring term next Monday. Two new machinists have arrived for the railroad shops nnd everybody hopes more are coming Mr. Martin has come herefrom the railroad shops at Spring full, Mass., and Mr.Suvoey from the car shops at St. Albans. W. S. Masten, who has been a brake man on the Passumpsic division tor the last seven years, has been promoted to the position of conductor. He is a spare hand just now, but expects a steady job when the summer time table gees into effect. Mis. Sarah E. Temple of Brnttleboro. presidint of the Stale Federation of Woman's Clubs, will visit the two Clubs here officially on Thursday, She will meet the Lyndon Woman's club in the morning and the Shakespeare Club in the evening. When George E. Gookin nnd A. D. Paige get their new houses built on Park avenue-all the budding lots will have been taken. All the houses at the north end have been built within a year which is a sure indication ot the steady growth of the village. All the churches observed Easter in an elaborate manner, giving especial atten tion 10 the musical leature. As the dav was a pleasunt one there was a large at tendance at all the churches. Concerts were given Sunday evening at both the Methodist and Congregational churches. Thtre will be a masquerade nnd dance at Golden Cross hall, Tuesday evening, April 19, hv the Lvndonville Command ery, No. 72G Music by B.itehelder, Gra ham nnd Mrs. Brock. Everybody is in vited to come and mask. Dancing, 50 cents; ladies masked, free; not masked, 10 cents; refreshments free. Musks for sale at F.J. Willey's. The Discovery ol the Day. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, and it is the best seller 1 have." J. P. Campbell, merchant of Sal ford, Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's New Discoverv is all that is claimed tor it: n never fails, and is a sure cure lor con sumption, coughs and colds. I cannot say enough tor its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds is not an expeitmcnt. It has been tried lor a quarter ol a century, and today stands at the head. It never disappoints. Free trial bottle at Flint bros. Drug ctore. LYNDON CENTER. Mrs. Aurelia J. Willard returned home Tuesday of last week af er spending the wmter with her son, William Willard at Sutiierville, Mass. The farm on Pudding Hill formerly oc cupied by Theod ire Parker, but owned by Bphtnim II. Rugijlts bus been sold to William Johnson. Reported price $1800. The Institute was closed last Friday on account ol Fast Day. Mrs. Hulda Collison's mother, Mrs. Allnrd of West Burke, is visiting here. The Christian Endeavor sugar party and entertainment was greatly enjuye I by about 75 people. The society has been doing excellent work this winter and would cordially invite all to its Fri dn v evening prayer meetings. Miss Mabel Dodge returned last Thurs day mini a two weeks' visit at her uncle's home in Whitefield, N. H. T. II. Hinds of Cambridge has sold his hoti.se here lor $700 to Charles R. Hot, who will make extensive repuiis ou the budding. There are 18 bicycles owned here in the village which is a good many for a place ol this size. Orpha Farmer, Addie Hub bind, Emma Quimby, and Ethel and Lois Webber have recently bought them new wheels and have joined the ranks ol bicycle riders. Miss Eflic E. Campbell rctnrmd last Saturday to Highlandville, Mass., where she commenced the summer tetni ol school on Monday. Morton I. Lystcr spent several days last week in Burlinuton and vicinity in the interests of tie Dairy Association. Mrs. Clara Waters has so Inrrecovered from her recent accident as to be able, by tiie aid of crutches, to return to her home in S ratiord, N. II. Ptof. J B. Ham, former teacher of the natural sciences at the Institute, but now at Johnson, is slowly recovering fiom a long and critical illness. In the absence of the pastor, Rev. C. E. Trdlord, the desk at the Free Baptist church was supplied by Mrs. C, E. Ted lord Inst Sunday, About 20 young people gathered nt RuUis Emerson's last Saturday evening in honor of MissGrnceCollins'lourtecnth birthday anniversary. Frank Allen is slowly recovering from typhoid fever. Miss Louise Hubbard ami Carrie Fletcher both remain about the same us reported last week. R. I. Leach is making quite extensive repairs on Ins building, pulling on buy windows, ttc. There has been a great run of sap here the past few days. At Speedwell Farms where there nre 2000 trees about two pounds of sugar has been made to the uce. Un Siun 'av the mercurv registered 9(1 in the shade uud 500 pails ol sap were guineteti mat (lav. Un Monday GOO more pails ol sap were collected. Relief In Six Hours. Distressing kidney nnd bladder disease relieved in six hours by "New ('neat South American Kidney Cure." It is a great surprise on account ol its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in blmlder, kidneys nnd back, in male or lemale. Re lieves teteniion ot water almost itninedi auly. Il you want quick relief and cure th s is the remedy. Sold by C. C. "Bingham, 37 Main St., Druggist, St. Johnsbury, Vt. MCINDOB FALLS. Thomas Martin, who has been quite sick, is able to be out again. Mrs. Luther Pollard of Bath, N. H., is spending a few days with her duughter, Mrs. Robert Kendall. The district school commences next Monday, Mrs. Pearl teacher in the pri mary department and D. F. Andrus in the higher grade. The Easter concert Sunday evening passed off nicely, all those who took part in it did finely.' The duet sung by Miss Pearl Field find Mark Davis was espec ially fine. The speaking by the infant class was as usual interesting. The floral decorations were very pretty and there was a large attendance. George Grant has moved his family from the bridge house to P. B. Van Dyke's house in back ol the church. Mr. Morton and family have moved irom the Lamb house to Mrs. Dunbar's. Mr, Stevens, w'ho has been clerking for Winch the past year, has gone to Boston to work. Henry Annise of Peacham is now clerking for Mr. Winch. Miss Genevieve Stevenson spent a few davs at South Newbury this week. E. Elmer Webster, 1900 University of Vermont, stopped in town ou his return to colli ge duties after the spring recess. Mrs. C. I. Smith has returned home from Burlington, There will be a social and box supper at the vestry on Friday evening of this week, April 15. The ladies are invited to bring boxes which will be sold as usual at such entertainments. The committee will nrrauge for vocal and instrumental music and other entertainment. Every body cordially invited. Proceeds to in crease piano lund. A Hint from the Klondike. Joseph Ladue, the lamous trapper and miner and the present owner ol Dawson City, and for many years the agent of the Alaska Commercial Company, gives a hint to persons going to Alaska, and pays great compliment to a well known article. He writes: "I have always used the Rnynl Baking Powder in Alaska and Northwest Terri tory, as no other gave equal satisfaction in that harsh climate. I also found mv customers always insisted on having that brand." PASsunpsic. J. Allen Dexter has sold his place in this village to Mr. Gage a former conductor on I he railroad. Gtorge Rash has bought John Judkins' (arm near Joe's brook for $1000. Fred Miles is to move on the G. W. Felch larm soon. Joseph Lewis got a fall on Monday last which may lay him up for a short time. He was standing upon a plank helping roll a barrel of oil into the mill when the plank broke letting him down a distance ot some 15 leet and bruising him somewhat and shaking bim uo considerably. George Hall is to move back to his place when Fred Miles moves out. Moses Stevens will soon move into Mrs. Emma Hall's tenement. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Skinner are rejoic ing over the advent of a nine pound boy. C. H. Woods sang at the North church, St. Johnsbury, Easter Sunday. The village schools began on Monday last. Teachers ure Miss Jennie Galbraith upper school and May Gillillan in the lower one. Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. Tohn Oliver ol Philadelphia, was the subject, is narrated by him us lollows: "I was in a most dreadiul condition. My skin was almost vellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sidts, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. hree physicians have given me up. Fortunately, a Iriend advised trying 'Electric Bitters,' and to my great joy and surprise, the first bot tle made a decided improvement. I con tinued their use lor three weeks, nnd am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave ot another vie tim." No one should luil to try them. Only 50c. a bottle at Flint Bros., Drug Store. PEACHAM. W. J. Pollard and wife have moved to Mclndoe where they will make their futuee home. Dr. A. J. and E. R. Mackay spent Sun day wilh their sister Jennie at St. Johns bury. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ichahod Rowe are spend ing this week at Hanover, Pomtret and Norwich. C. A. IIutchinqnn has bought the goods in the store at S 'Ut.li Peacham ol Geo. Caty and F. S. Harriman of St. Johns bury. E. D. Somers, who has been run ning the store, moves back to his farm in East Peucham soon. Tommy Davis cut his foot quite badly recently and has been unable to work tor two or three weeks. Rev. Mr. Boardmanot Bnrnct preached at the Congiegntionnl church Sunday in exchange with Uev. J. K. Williams. Willis Wiliiams of Williams' College is spending the Easter vacation with his parents. Nat Trussell is clerking for C. II. Hutchinson nt South Peacham. Fred Guile of Walden visited his brother, Geo. Guile, at East Peacham last wet k. Special music was rendered Easter Sun day by the choir ol the Congregational church under the direction oi Mrs. F. E. I' timer. It was as lollows: Organ voluntary, Gloria from 12th Mass. Musart Response, Gloria Pntri. Hymn by Choir, "i-hrlst the Lord is risen tmluy." A"tlietn. "Thanks be to God, " Selected UtTVrtory, fcilician. Air by J. L. Bottmun Anthem. "Christ is Rien " Selected SulosbyMrs Minnie E. Brown, Miss Nellie M Harvey, Kred J stod aid Organ pjs.lude, The Murvelous Work, Haydn Willinm Bartlett of Danville has been at work painting and repairing at East Peacham lor the past week. No kerosene, naptha, Coal oil, corrosive alkalies, Or any adulteration in Welcome Soap. Demand the Clasped Hands On every cake and wrapper. IJJ l I mgTXS. SOUTH RYEOATE. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid and Ladies' Missionary Societies will hold their monthly meeting with Mrs. H. A. West on Thursday afternoon. The programme committee of the Sixth Local Christian Endeavor Union met here Thursday to arrange the pro gramme lor the convention to be held in the Prtsbvteriun church on the 5th of May. Rev. C. II. Cooledge of Piermont and Miss Bertha Davis of Wells River with Maiion Hall and the local pastors spent part of the day planning tor a profitable and interesting meeting. In addition to Dr. J. F. Cowan of Boston it is expected that Miss C.Marvin, the state superintendant of junior work, will give an address and confer with junior superintendents in the Union, A large company went from here last Thursday to attend the concert at the Methodist church in Boltonville. FIBROID TUMOR Spelled by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Mns. B. A. Lombard, Tiox 71, West dale, Mass., writes: " I have reason to think that I would not be here now if It had not been for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It cured me of a fibroid tumor in my womb. " Doctorscould donothiugfor me. and they could not cure me at the hospital. I will tell you about it : " I had been in my usual health, but had worked quite hard. When my monthly period came on, I flowed very badly. The doctor gave me medicine, but it did me no good. He said the flow must be stopped if possible, and he must find the cause of my trouble. " Upon examination, he found there was a fibroid tumor in my womb, and gave me treatment without any benefit whatever. About that time a lady called on me, and recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; said she owed her life to it. I said I would try it, and did. Soon after the flow became more natural and regular. I still continued taking the Compound for some time. Then the doctor made an examination again, and found every thing all right. The tumor had passed away, and that dull ache was gone." It can be truthfully stated that Buch a result can he accomplished by no other remedy upon the market, and forcibly proves the peculiar virtue of the Vegetable Compound In order to get a Connecticut Mutual Dividend yon must have a Connecticut Mutual Policy The Connecticut Mutual Lite Insur ance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, returns to its policy-holders more per $100 of premiums than any other Com pany in America. I. D, Bern's, Special Agent. East Burke, Vt, COXCORD DJ! HOVSE, 32 Warren St., Concord, N.H. Garment dyeing and cleansing In all branch es Lace curtain cleansing a specialty, no frames ued thus avoiding all hook marks Goods sent Mondays will be returned by the following Monday. 11. H. CARK, Agent ' for St. Johnsbury. Farm for Sale. In Danville, one half mile from Morse's Mil a. Contains 800 Acre--Excellent Buildings-Good Orchni'd-NrTtr Fniling Water Easy terms given. Apply onthe premises. 15. H. RUSSELL. C. R. LYNCH. PATTRKN MAKER Hohsb Finisli, Tarninc l Monliinp. STAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Dealer in Sash. Doors and Blinds. Shop in Hooker's Building, Mill Street. - - St. lohnsburv. Vt. Call and examine the Wonderful Endowment Policy, AT LIFE Issued only by the Dnion Central Life Insurance Co., CINCINNATI, OHIO. CRAWFORD RANNEY, During the THE NATIONAL LIFE INCREASED its Payments to Policy holders, iis Ass' ts, its I'dlirv Reserves, its Suit In Account, its Insurance Outstanding, Assets Liabilities. $14.820,992 28. $13.000 826 73. $1,820,165.55 SAMPLE POLICY ON REQUEST W. W. SPRAGVE, Gvn ral Agent, St. johnsbury, Vt. CORBETT, 2.21 1-2. This promising son of Cobden, 2 28V4 will stand for service at my stable unti' June 15 for $25 to Warrant. Corhett stands 15 2'2, weighs 1000 pounds, is a handsome chestnut and hiis appeared on many' ol the leading miletracksof New England. At Dover. N. H., Oct. 10. 1897, he finished second in a hotly contested rnce, making the mile in 2.12V4 He has shown a 2 0A clip on several occasions and is undoubted ly the fastest and best horse in Vermont. Some of his colls, al ready show great promise of speed. H. E. MOORE, J7 i-j Main St., - St. Johosbury, Vt R. B. GAM M ELL, Auctioneer. n virtu nrtlfvnu. nf Prnhnte Court the Subscriber will sill the pe-sonnl property of Mrs. Abbie HiiTrimun, at her former home No. 18 Railroad Street, St Johnsbury, on Saturday, April 16, at 1 o'clock p. m., consisting of Household Furniture, Bedding, etc., Tin and Earthcrn ware, also 1 China Set, ICooking Range, 3 carpets, 1 Bookcase and 40 Volumes of valuable Books. 1 Buggy Wagon, 1 ljt Shoe makers Tools with one Kood bench. Lasts, Hegs, etc., 1 Sewing Machine good running order. Wheelbarrow. Terms made known at sale. A. ti. PRINGLE. Guardian. March 29, 1S98. Farm and House for Sale. My farm ab ut a mile east of St. Johns bury ' entrr with 50 acres of excellent lund. well divided into pasture, sugar orchard and aptile orchard. Running water to house and barn Buildings in good condition. Also cottage house in St. Johnsbury Centre. E. VI. JOVCE. St. Johnsbury Centre. Vt., March 15. 1898. Liberation Notice. This is to certl v that I have given my son, Fred Chalmers, his time during the rest of his minority, and -hat 1 shall claim none of earnings and pay no debts of his contracting alter tbis uate. R. R. Chalmers. North Danville, Vt , April 12. 1898 P. D. BYERLY, loan Agent, Griunell, Iowa. I can loan money on good improved Iowa farms, and secure for my pa-rons firt mort gages at fl per cent interest ret. Anybody hnving money to loan is solicited to corres pond with me. P. D. BYERLY. Grinnell, Iowa. Reference, First National Bank, Grinnell. Iowa MRS. J. BALLET CARRICK wishes to announce to the ladies of St. Johnsbury and vicinity that she will open, Monday, April 4( ber Millinery Parlors At No 113 Eastern Avenue directly over her old store. CP ONE FLIGHT. Her Stock is Entirely New and has been selected by herself in New Yorlc and .Boston mar kets. Thanking the ladies for past patronage, soliciting a continu ance of the same. Agents for the Equipoise Waist- RATES. Agent, Pythian Building, lilt. Johnsbury, Vermont Year 1897, INSURANCE COMPANY. $ 20S.893 38 1.2H6.967 87 1.122 497.59 164..47D 28 4,215,349.00 Surplus. A fairly good watch at $5.00 amazingly good at the price. Then up to whatever you say. And every cent you pay gots for wittch. "F' rinstance" APPLETOM-TRACY Movement, 17 jewels, adjusted $14.00 Any make ol FILLED CASE. 20 year warrant, 14 K $ 8.75 FRYE'S WATCH STORE. Send stamp for watch catalogue. We They are all new goods, cut in the latest styles and well made. Give us a call and in spect our NEW STORE and NEW GOODS. Sat isfaction guaranteed. E. L. HUNT & CO. Y. M.C. A, Block, See that Curve. See that Double Roller Chain They are found only on the Keating. The curve obviates all swaying of the frame in bard pedaling, and allows the ore of a longer chain, wb'ch add. to the easy glide move ment peculiar to this wheel. The Mistakes The following are only fair samples of the many to be found in our MAMMOTH 1 Lot Ladies' Tailor-Made Jackets, in Dark Castor Covert, Taffeta Silk Lined Faced Fly, a $9 50 garment. $7.50. These are extra finish garments. 1 Lot Ladies' Broadcloth Suits, in Green, Brown and Light Tan shades. Skirt and Jacket both lined with Changeable Silk, at $8.50 per Suit. 5 Dozen Ladies' White Skirts, made of Fruit Cotton, 4 Tucks. 7 inch Ham burg Ruffle. A 75c. Skirt for 59c. Each. You Know the Place. LODGEE BROS. & SMYTHE'S, The Busiest Store on St. Johnsbury's Busiest Street. Are Offering Special Bargains m WRAPPERS This Week At $ .62 $1.25 $ .87 '$ 1.50 $1.00 $2.00 We shall carry all the latest novelties in La dies' Furnishings and Small Wares. 1 1 1 Eastern Ave The Panble Ballrr Chain Is retained ex clusively for the Keating wheel. The construction of thr chain la inch that by Its own action, all dirt or madisremovid,. friction is reduced, and consequently In creased speed, with diminished effort. This is especially appreciated in the ladies wheel. Less effort is required to propel the Keating than any wheel on earth. The grade is high, the price lew, via. 93.. Call and see my line of wheels, yon will make no mistake iu purchasing one of these. Both my windows are full of wheels, but I have others. Two or three '97 models, little used, good as new at half price. Send for catalogue. BINGHAM'S DRUG STORE, 37 Slain Street. of our lives are many, We trust you will not make the grave mistake of negleoting; this week's opportunities. ...... .V- SPRING STOCK. 20 Dozen Ladies' Black Lisle Hose, Double Sole and High Spliced Heel. A 37Vc quality. 25c. per pair. 60 Pieces Fancy Stripe, Plaid and Morie Ribbons at 15, 25,33 and 37Wc. Actual Values at 20 to 50c. yd. A Choice Line of Ladies' Neckwear, juit opened, in all the Leading Styles. 25c. each. 50 Dozen Child's Black Ribbed Hot. Will be sold at 7c. per pair, 75c. per dozen.