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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOUftNAL, TIIURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1903 GBIP HAS MADE 118 APPEARANGE AGA1N- A Successful rietliod of Wnrdlng Off tlte Dlscasc nnd of Erndlcatlng It from tlic Systcm. Qrip has nnulo its appoaraueo tliis Bpring i a lurgor nuinbor of onses tlinn fo r sovorul yoiirs past. Wliilo it is truo that in most casoa un attack of this diseaso leaves tlio viatini iu shat torod hualth aud of tou laya tlio fouudu tiou for mpre sorious uilliotious, its nftor-affocts oau bo drivon out us tlio followlug intorviow will sliow: "An nttack of tho grip loft mo in n most niisorablo oondition," said Mrs. M. J. Counor, of No. -130 Brook stroot, Sorauton, Pa., "nnd I tlid not rucovor my hoalth for a loug whilo aftorward. Then, wlicn ovorythiug oIbo liad failod to holp uio, I took Dr. Wllliums' Piuk PiUs for Palo Pooplo nnd tlioy curod 1110. "My systom was iu a droadfui cou ditiou. Eveu to walk at all briskly ou n lovol jnado mo sltort of broatli, aud goiug up liill or npstairs distressod mo torribly I liad uight swoats, my foot woro nlwnys cold aud itoiiod or pricklori ouough to mako mo aluiost cra.y somotimos. Aud my lioad ached ovor my oyos. I could uot sluop nud my lioart would beat liko blows of a hammor. In tho worning my hands aud anus would fool numb. I wub also subject to faiutiug Bpolls nnd with it all I was porfcctly misorabio. "I saw Dr. Willinuis' Piuk Pills moutioned iu ono of tho pnpors aud so I got somo at the South Sido Pharmacy. Tho flrst bos holpod mo aud by tho timo I liad takou throo boxos all tho unploasaut Bymptoms woro gouo aud I was as woll agniu as I was boforo tho attnok of tho grip. " Tlio fact that Dr. Williams' Piuk Pills for Palo Pooplo cau ouro wliou thn troublo is bo dooply soated as it was in Mrs. Couucr's cnso makes it doubly cortaiu that thoy oau also tone np tlio syBtem, ourich tlio blood aud mako au attack of tho grip impossiblo. Dr. Williams' Piuk Pills for Palo Pooplo aro sold by all doalors, or will bo sout postpaid on rocoipt of prico, flf ty couts a box ; six boxos for two dollars aud a hnlf, by nddrossiug Dr. Williams Mediciuo Co., Schouoctady, N. Y. Bo suro nnd got tho gouuino. Substitutos uovor curod nuybody. Sond for froo booklot of modicnl ad vico. ON A QUAltTEll AClllS. I dou't know whothor fnrming pays or uot but I would liko to try it. I fiud tho avorago farmor has moro mou oy to sparo at tho oud of tho year thau I liave. I mnst work 50 woeks out of 52 to got two wooks' vacatiou iu the country oach yoar. I must worK uiuo hours a day, with 30 miuutes noouiug for luuoh, to mako 75 a inouth. To mako more I must work ovortimo nt so muoh nu hour. I havo always kopt Iioub aud a cow or two nud hnd a small garden which uever thrived nntil I bocauio a subscriber to Tho Homostoad nud begnu to uso tho artioles iead thoroiu as I oamoaoross thom from timo to timo. Tho past threo yoars I have not purchasod a vogotablo other than potatoes for a family of oight, growiug ovorythiug ou a pioco of laud 150 feot squaro nud stockod with all sorts of sniall fruits, iuoluding applcs, plums and ono poar. I ofton wonder how bo muoh cau bo raiscd on snch a Biuall pieco of poor ground by feoding it with propor food to produco what you oxpoct it to produco. I also put away for wintor uso 200 hoads cabbago, 500 colory aud n supply of nll othor vogotables oxcopt potatoes, nll grown from directious of ono ar tiolo or auothor takou froiu Tho Home Btoad. I won .U8 in prizcs at onr hor ticultural exhibitiou in Soptombor, winuing 18 flrsts and 12 soeouds on flowers, vogotables nud fruit. Through studyiug tho modol dairy test of breeds nt tlio Paii-American I becamo anxions to own n thorough brod Holstniu co I wroto to au nd vortisor iu Tho Homestoad nnd ro coivod roply that ho did not havo what 1 wantod just thon but would writo agaiu. Ho nevor wroto and I bought elBowhore. I got tho laugh for tho prico, but I said little till I had hor a wook; thou I showod tho pail of milk. Uluo blood tolls overy timo. Sho does not owo mo a cont today and has ro turnod hor purchaso monoy, foed aud 5 ovor. Proviously rlmd purchaKod my cows from doalors and got robbed ovory , timo. U. A. Stovous in New Knglaud Homefltead. THE SUNLIGHT WAY of washing is a wonder worker in the laundry and household. Makes washday bright and the linens white. Reduces labor and increases ease. All This- Dlfj Cako "NO VOJIN WU1ZAT." Tho dopartmont of agriculturo ro porta that nu onormons liuinbor of lot torB is buiug rocolvod at tlio dopart mont from farmors in nll parts of tho conutn askiug for dolluito informa tiou concorning a so-called now grain calkd 'ecru whoat" aud UBiiully at tho Bnmo timo rcqucstiug BamploB for trinl. Thoso lottors aro tho rosult of wldo ly publiRhod nowBpapor r.oports. Tln dopartmout nuthorizos tho Btatomont nnd thoro is no Buch thing as corn whoat, and it is probablo that no hy brid of coiu aud whoat could ovor bo prodnood, or nt nuy rato, ono that would bo fortilo. Tho'graln whloh oausod tho uuwb napor publications U known oorroctly as Poltsh whoat. Tlio nowspapoi ro porte, tho dopartmont says, aro cor root iu saylng that tho hoad aud grain of this whoat aro vory largo, tho grainss boliig in mauy casos notu ally twico as largo as thoso of ordi nary whoat. Tho Btatoments thnt it yiolds sixty to ono huudrod bushols is howovor, probably oonsidornbly ox aggoratotl. Tho oxporimonts mado by tho agrioultural dupartmont nnd by oxporimout stations in a fow placos show that tho yiold, is rathor disap pointing. Tho svlioat haB boon grown only oxporlmoutally in this country, oxcont iu n vory fow nlaoos. From oxporimonts so far mndo tlio iuforouco would bo thnt tho grnin would bo vory good as u hog food. PoliBh whont is uiuch rostrictod iu its adnptiou nud tho dapartmont says could not bo suo cossfullv urown anvwhero east of tho Mississippl rivor. Tho dopartmout lias uo seotl oi tlio grain iu BtocK. JUVGE Il)I2llETUltNING Sati Frauoisco, Mar. 27. Judgo Heury 0. Ido,a momber of tho Philip- piuo commlssiou,arrivcd ou tho Koren yestordny aftor two years ipont in tho idanda Judgo ldo's hoalth lias beon impariod for sotuo timo aud ho rccont ly spont throo moutln iu Japau iu au effort to roouporato from tho offocts of tho tryiug olimnto of Mnniln. Fail- iug to Becuro pormanoii1; bcuoflt lio dotormiuod to rotnrn to tho Unitod States. nu trj2i"s exl'JjAnation. Washington, Maroh 80. t-At tho iu Btauco of tho Presidout, Admiral Dowoy lias oalled by appointmont nt tho White Houso' nud mndo n full ox plauatiou of n rocout uewspapor intor viow iu which tho admiral wiib quot od aa sayiiig that tho Oaribbeau Scn uiauoonvers woro nu object lessou to the Kaisor, moro than to auy othor porsou." Tho admiral assurcd tlio Presidout that ho hnd uo iutcution of roflectiug ou Germauy, lier Kuiporor, or hor uavy, aud whilo tho Btatomeuts crodited to him wero substautially wliat ho said, ho neglected to cautiou the iuterviowor agaiust quotiug him Berlin, Maroh 80. Tho Gnrmau press almost withont cxception refors to tho recent intorviow giveu by Ad miral Dowoy to a Nowark, N. J., pa per iu toruis of bitterness. Tho Vas sicho Zeituug snyn Admiral Dewoy is a worthy imitator of Oaptain Cogh lan, who at a New York club gavo n boastful toajt bristling with insultB to Gormauy, aud wanned up tho ox ploded story that Admiral Dowoy com polled tho Gormau ileot at Mauila to lio to wheu it refused to respect tho blockado. Oaptaiu Coghlau seems howovor, to havo spokon from Admir al Dewoy's owu heart. Captaiu Cogh lau was disciplined, aud Presidout MoKiuloy oxprossed to tho Goruian ambassador his rcgrot that tho inci deut ocourred. Tho samo thing must porhaps bo dono uow, iu ordor that Buporheatod Dowoys mny bo cooled down. Political gouorals aud admir- als, nt any raio, aro uot a sigu of wholepalo political conditious. , Tho "Tagloblatt" scoi iu Admir al Dewoy's words couflrmation of "its oft ropcated assortiou that the United StatosN easy victory ovor Spaiu Jias prodnced a cortaiu oxaggoratod mili tary solf-coucoit. I R 1 1 1 L V JVno llavs Usci Them muiLu neoommena asmeutsi Ly UK. HIXU'N Stir CrownUrnnd PENNYROYAL PILLS. imniHjuie renei, no ditiKer. no pin. UmiI foreat ly Itiilliix peclTin. Hundredi ortertl. luoiilili. A trli I vi III convlm o you ol thclr Inlrlnilc illue lacftieofiupprcflilon. Henl len cnti for umplt aod t.ook. AllDnlsliliorbyinllel-V)L)Oi. K1NGMEDIGINE CO.,Boi(J930, BOSTON, MASS. 0& 3t Only Flvo Conta WILLIAMSTOWN. Btaylng iu Montpclior of lato, tolls us tiiac no may roturn uoro iiuer nnu tauo up tno lisii buslueHS agaiu, lor tlio Bunuuor. A Kontneky friond, who is gouoral ly on tho right sido in tho groat quos tioiiH of tho day, has just askod us, in ia tho mattor with old Vorniout? and auoB, "i aiu asiiamuu ot you." liut nu is onir ono oi a muuicuuo ioeuug that way. Aftor a voiy sad illnoBB of two aud a half yoars, Mrs. Major D. .Flint Jiod at tho homo of hor daughtor, Mrs. Dauiol 0. Townsond, last wook Tuesday, iu hor oightioth yoar. Sho was buriod on ThuiBday, irom Mr. Towusoud'B houso, Kov. D. II. Strong, pastor of tho Cougrogatioual churchof wnicii biio nas uoon a momuor lor years, olllriating. Sho was buriod in tho East Hill comotory whoro tho body of a child was buriod, and to which tho body of hor lato husbnud will bo rouiovod from tho villai'O comotory. Sho had buriod two othor cl'.ildrou, ono iu Royalton, and ouc in Tuu- bridgo. A daughtor anu son survivo hor. Sho was tho daughtor of tho lato Orrin Walker, aud a good wouiau. Mr. aud Mrs. Townsoud dcsiro to ox prcss thoir apptociatiou of thnuks for tho kiiidnops showu by uoighbors nud friouds in tho doath nnd burial of Mrs. Flint. Georco L. EdEon was in Now York and lioston last wook lor goous ior ins storo. Lymau Hnywnrd, nu opilontic, has boou takon to Brattleboro by Ovorseor ot tho- Poor Ueorgo w, JNicliols, to bo curod for thoro. His iB n pitiuble cnso. Will Dullus will craduato uoxt torm from tho high school iu Wotorbury. Mrs. Patsy Elliott and sou, now of Nortliliolu, woro tho guosts last wook, ot the latnily oi Hor brotlior-lu-iaw, Miko Elliott. Ed Duttou, bou of Sauford H. Dut- tou, is to ' ocouny tho Galo houso, iu our villago, lntoly bought by Gharles U. btaples. CowslipB aud frocs horoabouts, must bo takou as ' liarbingors ot spring. " Horaco Farnham has just roturued from tho Wost with auothor carload of horses. An ont of town ruuu souds us word that auothor shonld bo addod to our list of "prcfossional Martins. " On inquiry or towusmau Albort It. Mar tiu, I o tolls us ho tluuks his lato father's oldest brothor, thc lato Nathau iol Martiu.was ouco a Cougrogatioual minister and aftor haviug embracd MomiQiiisni, wholly or in part, died a Spiritualist iu the Wost. A bou was latoly born to Mr. aud Mrs. Charlos Holdou, aud a daughtor to Mr. and Mrs. Will Saltor, who livo ou tho Brookfield road, and iii tho Wil liarn Haiisou uoighborliood. Last year Georg'o Gumlaw, a stouo cuttor iu Barro, bought tho Dcuison Browu farm, ou tho wost sido of tho towu ; uow ho has oxchaugod faruis with Fred Blaine, who has lived for Bomo years ou tho old Horaco Suiith farm. Mr. Blaiuo will go to tho Brown place tho flrst of April, aud Mr. Gumlaw will roturn to stouo cut- tiug in Barro driviug from his now homo hore, uaily. Wo havo seon onouoh of tho5oxperi onco of stouo cuttors, who havo givou up thoir work, aud gouo to farms, to oxpect suroly that is is ouly a question of timo, whou most of thom will glad ly roturn to their old trado. Aud yot wo havo two such, ouo on tho O. S. Walkor farm, and tho other on tho RubsoII Martiu farm, who aro sticking woll to farmiug. Edson S. Martiu, who oamo from tho homo of his lato fathor, rcceiitly sold, to onr villnco, has beeu workiug of lato for tho Barro oity firm of Smith, Whitcomb & Cook, driviug a team. Ho may reinaiu thoro for somo timo. Goorgo O. Earlo has just boou mak ing repairs in his lioiise, buildiug a chiniuoj from tho eollar bottoni, otc. Sauford II. Duttou has hiiod Fred Gauthior for farm work, for a torm of uiouths. Clinrlns I. T?nnnilinh wwit, tn Hnr ligtou last Saturday to visit his tlnee ii. cniiurou inoru. It is uow almost, or quite, a scoro of years sinco a ladios' reading olub was lormou uoro, tliat nas beon Kopt up, moantimo. Tho work dono has beon of a hlch ordor and of groat valuo, aud rolleots aroat honor on thoso who havo laborod so hard, and so porsist outly iu it. Mrs. Alf Houso will work for Miss Holon Ilarrington, in hor now dress making establishmcut iu the Bockott block. Our dromatio olub last Thnrsdny nnd Friday ovonings gavo tho four aot comody, "Unclo Hi, "ajttlio towu hall. Salos of tickots nmouiitod to $47. Whorons, Doath has romovod au othor comrado from our post, aud Josoph Gautiior, now froo from his loug auu paiurui sickuoss, nwmts ou tliu otlior slioro tlio comtng ot liiscom rades and friouds, Commandor Gautliior iu his last sickncKS oxpiossed his good wishos for this post, aud was thaukfnl for visits' from momhers of our ordor, Thoreforo bo it resolvod that tlio sympathy of this post bo toudorcd tho wilo and childron of our lato comrado : resolvod that our char tor bo draped for thirty days, that thoso rosolutioiJH bo sproad upou tho rocords of this post, and a copy sont ior publicatlon. O. l. Soavor, is. U, Farnhaiu, Jason Joliiison, Committoo, Whoroas, God iu his infiuito wis dom "has callud our comrado, John Farnham. from his labors horo to a hubitation not mado with hnuds, otonml iu tho heavons, nud whereas, in tho death of our comrado tho Grand Army has lost a worthy niom bor, tho comimiiiity an nprlght oiti zon, nnd his family a kiud hnsband and fathor, thoreforo bo it resolvod that tho charter of this post bo draped for tho period of thirty days, and, ro Bolved, that wo extond to tlio family of our lato comrado our hoartfolt sym pathy : resolvod, that thoFu rosolu- tioim ho spread upon tlio rocoids of this post, aud be pulilishod iu tho lo cal impers, and a eopy ho eout to tho nerouvod raiaiiy. u. j. Urani, O. r . Seavor, N. R. Farnhaui, Coniuiittoe. Beai tho T18 Klnil Yoti llava Always 3wig!il (2k 1 Tlm AiN-n THE PUR GRAIN COFFEE If you uso Graln-0 in placo of coffeo you will cnjoy It just as much for it tastcs tho samo J yct, it is liko a food to tho systcm, dls trlbutlng tho full Bubstnneo o tho puro grain with overy drop. TRY IT TO-DAY. M Rroccrs cverjwhcro J 15o. nnd 25c. por packttgo. EAST ROXBURY. MrB. Charlos Robio is qnito ill Dr. O. a. aiiaw is attoudlug lior. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gny Bauoroft March 24. Lolla Wobstor roturncd to hor school last Saturday. Miss Etta Chnmborlaiu, a toaohor in tho Union school Moutpolior, was tho guost of Lolla Wobstor laBt wook. Mrs. Wilsou of Worcostor, Vt., is with hor daughtor, Mrs. Guy Bau oroft. Mrs. Maud Mudgott was 111 last wook with a heart troublo. Dr. Ellis was callod to bco hor. Mrp. Johu Vorgo aud Mrs. Mattio Wardner woro guosts at A. L. Rioh's iu Brookfield, last Friday. Eldor O.ra Boyco was In Moutpolior ouo day last weok. Miss Ethol Rich was at J. Vorgo's last weok on hor way from Northfield to hor homo iu Brookfield. Carl Thnyor was ill with p.rip last wook. Mr. LaRoso has a sister visiting him. Houry Shoa was iu Randolph last WeduoBday. A party of twonty-fivo. throuch tho kiuduoss of Elder aud Mrs. Ozra Boyco, woro treatod to uew sugar ou suow at thoir homo iu this villago last Tuosday aftoruoou. A ropreEoutativo of tho Burliugton Frco Press wub iu town last Friday. Good for Lhildren. Tho pleasaut to tako aud harmloss Ouo Minuto Cough Ouro givos imino diato relief iu all casos of Cough, Oroun aud LaGriDpo becauso it doos uot pass immodiately iuto tho stomach, but takcs ofi'ect right at tho soat of tho troublo. It draws out tho iullamma- tiou, heals and soothos asd cures por nianontly by enabling tho luncs to cou tributo puro lilo-giving aud lito sus taining oxygon to tho blood and tis- suos. Rivers Bros. NEWBURY. Oraugo Couuty Pomoiia Grnngo met horo Tuosuay, iUareli M. Tho dramu nud outertaiumout plauiied by Pulaski Graugo has boou postpoued to April 15. Tho ladies of tho Mothodist ohurch will givo a sugar social at E. M. Brown's Weduesday ovening, April X. Charlos Laskoy lost tho oud of ouo thumb at tho Bawmill, last weok, by au odgiug saw. A. W. Silsby was in town last wook aud boou goes to Maiue, whoro ho has lumbor iutorest. Tho whooping cough epidomio is still ou, nud mauy citi.ous aro snller ing with grip and hard colds. 0. J. Richardsou aud wifo aro visit ing in Stowe. Dr. Kussoll is out agai". aftor his sovoro attack of tho grip. Rov. G. S. Butlor, who wout from Newbury about 1875, visitod at S. L. Swasay'a last weok. Mr. Butlor is now profossor of Systomatio Theology in tho Atlanta Thoological Seminary. Tho pastor of tho Cougrogatioual ohurch proached tho flrst of a sorics of sormons ou tho aueiout religious last Sunday ovoniug. Suojoct, "Tho Roligion of Egypt." O. G. Thomas of the White outortainniont buroau was rocoutly in town. Prof. O. R. Taggnrt is poon to go on a leohiro tour in Connecticut. Houry G. Rollius has moved iuto hi now homo receutly puruhuscd ou Piuo streot, The maplo BUgar soason is prottv noar a il.zlo. Vory littlo has boon oll'orod for salo at tho stores. Tho ox chango for tho Pooplo's Tolophono has beon moved to tho houso of Mr. Wells, tho barbor. Miss Elsio Burrouuhs has roturncd to sohool at Moutpolior Sominary. Sour StomacliL No appetlte, loss of strength, nervousness, headacho, consllpatlon, bad breath, general debllity, sour rls Ings, and catarrh of the stomach ars all dus to lndlgestlon. Kodol cures Indlgestlon. This new dlscovery repre sents tha natural julces of dlgestlon as they exlst In a healthy stomach, comblned with the greatest known tonlo and reconstruotlvo propertles. Kodol Dyspepsla Cure does not only curo ln dlgestlon and dyspepsla, but this famous ' remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleanslng, purlfylng, sweetenlng and strengthenlng tho mucous membranes llnlog tho stomach. DIOESTS WHAT YOU EAT dlves llcnlth to the Glck and Btrcnflth to tlia Wcak, Bottlei onhr. $1.00 Slia holdlng VA tlmei th Ir1l iUd, which se!l lor 50c. Pteparcd by B. C. DeWitt Co., Chicago. Kodol Miss Edlth Thatchor is at homo ftom school for tho summor. MiBS Edith Maroy has boon confluod to tho houso by BloknosB. Miss Bolla Bon.io ia soon to go to West Newbury to oaro for hor nunt. Haiuoa JohiiBon aud Richard Dnr liug aro nt homo from Burlington col logo for tho Eistor vncntion. Miss Jnmosou and MIbb Bnrtlott aro visiting at Wiun. Southworth'B. M. J. Avory ia btiBy sawlug up tho villago wood plles. A villago hall is much uooded aud it is hopod tho movomont iu that (11 roctiou will matorlalizo iu a substau tial buildiug. Mr. Edwnrda is ncting aa jaultor at tho Congrogatlonal ohurch in Mr. Tiltou'a absoiiQO. CALAIS. Llla Mower of Barro apont Sunday wini nor motuor. Minnio and Mildred Robiusou wout to Plninflold lnst Snturday ovening, whou Mildrod and Mary Van Oruam gnvo thoir cako walk danco, it boiug tno oioso ot Binging Bcliools iu thut villago. Mrs. Elciu Manu roturuod from Cabot, Snuday. Elgin Mauu has bought tho rod sliop at Maplc Coruor aud is soon to movo tlioro. Mico Lamnhoro camo from Bostou lnst Thursday. Sho loft hor mothor improviug iii Jioalth. It is roported that district No. 5 is to havo but ouo toachor tho comiug summor, Miss Uoorglo llawklus. Johu Thompson iutends to build a baru vory boou. A numbor of now boats aro boiug built to put on Ourtis poud iu Juuo. Ono nf Will Coburu's childron has diphthoria but is bettor at tho pros out writing. Johu Mills roturned from Barton last Saturday uight. Eula Carr is viBiting at Altou Sloau's. At n mcetlug of tho sohool board receutly Iuoz Camorou was eloctod suporiutoudout. Miss Canierou is to toach at No. 10, Ellou O. Baily at Sodom aud Georgia Hawkius ut Maplo Coruor. Somo of tho schools aro yot to bo providod with toachors. Tho sugur mnkors havo had a littlo moro sap but tho quality of sugar will uot bo vory good Tho licouso commiBsiouors had a meetiug Saturday at tho towu clerk's olllce. D. II. Leouard was mado chairmau and ilork. Wo do not hoor that any npplicatiou for licouso has beeu iiresoutod yot. GllAM'S A'lLAS. t havo carefully oxamiued Cram's Atlas of the World, "Ancieut nnd Moderu", nudcompared" it with tho latest Ccutury Atlas which has beeu my vado mecnm sinco it was pub lished. Each ouo has ita advautages, but I fiud tho Oram Atlaa Buporior in mauy respects : Iu tho greatly increajed numbor of maps. Iu its larger platcs, most maps bo iug uearly doublo in eizo. In its much fullor list of uamcs. Iu tho color Bchome, distingnishiug states aud counties. " Iu tho completor indoxes. Iu tho full iudox nccompanying oach map. u the largo clear plausof tho chief cities. Iu tho lator dnto of ita stntistics. In tho fuluoss of iuformation aud larger plaus of onr latost possessious. Iu tho comploteuess of ita historicul mapj, oto. Such an Atlas is an cdncation in nny family. It is almost essontial whoro thoro aro childrou aud youth, or for all couuected with auy literary olub, ospooially iu all historical itudiee. Such maps havo boon a dis tiuct blessiug iu my owu family iu tho past, aud I still feol tho noed of having oiio by mo tho latest and bost. Rov. F. N Poloubet. D. D., Bostou, Mass. 'lllli SJjIMMMS'1 OJtAFT. I Commoutiug on tho measuronieuts of Shumrook III tho Now York Sun, ro- i forriiig particularly to tho beam which it had beon statcd measnrod 22 fect G iuches, says: i "It deuotca a chaugo iu tho typo of boat dovelopod tho last fow yoars so uiarkod that it might bo callod radi cal. Wo fiud ou invostigatiou that tho flguros woro not giveii out ollicially, but, suoh as thoy woro, thoy woro tho , rosult of ostinintes bnsod on inspection by n fow oxports who woro pormittod to mako carefnl observution boforo tho lanuchiug. Tho majority opiuion is doscribod as accoptiug about 22'A feot, nlthough ono estimato was 214 feot. I This carros us baok to Valkyrio II, which, with a wator lino of somo thiug loss than 87 feot and nu ovor-ull lougth of feot, was of 224 foot beam, Shamrock III'b wator lino iu throo foct less thau this, and hor ovor all longch from twonty to twonty throo foot moro; yot hor beam is thought to bo tho same. Sotting lougth agaiust brcadth, sho must bo tho slimuiost craft that ovor rnced for tho Cup. , No rumor about tho Roliauco tolls I of auy nmrkqd doiiarturo as to beam I from herjmmodiato prodeccssor in tho Horrosliolf ohain of !)0-footon, tho Constitutioii, So wo may oxpeot tho Cup battlo of 10011 to bo ono botwoou models uioro uuliko oaoh other thau any palr of rivals sinco tho year 18U!I. For Shamrook III leesor sail power thau Shumrook II is a nocossary sup positiou. Hor desiciier sooms to havo conuludud that thcro is profit in tak iug in sail iu coinpiii'ifon with tho groat oauvaB carriois of rocout years. WlK'thor tho British throry will hold i:(Sod thiK Hummor when Iriod by tho last product of tho iuo.vhauMihlo ln guimity uf HerretholV is as ovor tho groat quostion. "0i, ooine, Carll You miow wu niust liinko thoso ciiIIh. " 'JOan'l do it, .riara, " lluvfi ' to work. ' ' " Hcavous 1 IDon't you call t!infw!bi-l;V" Xifo.' 98 POINTS Highest Score AT TIIH New York Dairymen's Ass'n Meetiug, Jamcstown, N. Y., Dec. 912, 19Q2 WON BY THE DIAMOND CREAMERY CO. J. I. Hyih: $ Son, Pkopkikjoks, Masscna, N. Y. Uscis of 13 No. 0 (largest sizc) U. S. SEPARAIORS Each one rcplacing au Alpha Delaval or Sharplcs THE U. S. HOLDS THB WORLD'S RECORD for clean skimming. Iu fact, it exccls allothers in u many polnts It STANDS IN A CLASS BY 1TSULP For Western trade v,e transfcr nur pep.trator- fr m CMcag", Minne ipi lia and Omaha. Addrcss nll letlcr-. tj llellows 1'alU, Vt. Write for dcscnftive catahgues VERMONT FARAl MACHINE CO., Bellows Falls, Vt. Current Comment. Pork. Thoro haa boon somo iluctu atlou in lard during tho weok, but tho uot chaugea aro small. Fresh riba aro considoiubly highor. Bostou packors havo mado a largor kill of hogs for tho wook. Tho markotiug of hogs has boen further reduced, nud partly owing to tho uufavorablo coudit'ou of iutorlor ronda. Muttou aud Voal. Mutton and lambs aro firm but quiot; voala aro steadjr: Spriug lambs, 10 to lio; yoarliugs, 8 to 9c; muttous, 9 to 10c ; vonls, 10 i. to lio. Beof. Thoro is ou oasy markot for fresh beof, with vory fow cattlo soll ing nt ovor 7c. Poultry nucLGamo. Thoro is ouly a quiot doniaud for poultry, aud prices uro oasior, ospocially ou western stock : Wostorn turkoys, fresh killod, 17 to 18o ; frozeu, 10 to 18c ; north orn fowls. 14 to lCo; wostoru fowls, 12; to 18c ; chickous, westoru, lii, 10 ioc; uocuoru, io to zao; spriug broilors, $1 por pair; capous, 18 to 20o; geeso, 12 to 14o. Eggs. Prices aro uot expoctod to go much bolow 15 cents. Busiuess in tho ogg markot is oxceedingly brisk. Tho oxpooted largo supply of oggs from tho west began to como iu Mon day, aud prices weut down half a cont ovor closing figures Saturday. This yoar, owing to sovoro weathor iu tlio west about tho lirst of March, tho heus becamo chilled and did not lay, with tho resnlt that for tho last two wooks thoro has boou n shortage. Fancy fresh tablo oggs aro firm but quiet, aud eastoru noarby honuory aro held at 20 to 21c. Outsido quota tiona aro: Now York droopiug at 14-V,; Ghicago stoady at 130 ; St. Louis stoady at ll?c, loss off, packed casoa iuoludod. t-rZIZJ Buttor. Tho buttor.Thnarkot1con- tiuucs on n 28 ceut bnsis for tho best, which is uot iu ovor supply. Now York ia steady at 29, Elgin is firm nt la, nud Aow York is Btcmly nt 27. Pricos would havo gouo higher had it uot beon for the largo quantity of rouovatod tliat has beeu ou the markot. Tho oxtout of tho lato ''holdiiigs ot summer goods throughout tho country was n surpriso to most holdors. Tho westoru mauufncturors put away mil liona of pounds of packiug stock last summor, aud ns this buttor cost high a great deal of it was carriod aloug iu tho hopo that somothing would turu up that would help thom out. Cheoso. Thoro is a nrm markot for oheeso at uuchangcd prices : Rouud lots, 10 to lo-oc; sage, 15 to lCo; jobbiug, to 2o Iiighor. Now York is firm, with small fall mado colorod at 10c, whito at 14,3.o, hirge colored at 14i(. to 14?4c largo whito at 14) to 14i.c. Graiu and Food. Corumoal is low or thau a week ago by four ceuts a bag, but is stoady ; oatmoal is stoady. Oats aro also lower. Millfeed shows a matorial decliue, amonutiug to about !1.50 por tou on spring brau withiu n Ehort timo. Thoro has boon a sharp dooliuo iu whoat. Thoro is a gouoroi uniformity iu crop couditions throiighout tho winter whoat bolt. Tho woathor has boou mild aud spriug-ilKe, with fro quont rains. Tho wheat is gouorally iu good to fiue oondition. Tho llour markot romnins practical ly unchanged, uotwithstanding tho lowor whoiit markot, tho Bhnrpdocliuo in millloed, obligiug millers to main taiu prices on Hour. Lumbor. Thoro 'is a firm market for spruco lumbor, aud a promium would have to bo paid for prompt de livory. It is reportod that logs havo sold down oast at high prices, and tho outlook is for nu advanco iu lum bor Bhortly. Thoro is a bettor doniaud for Eoutherii piuo lumbor, with prices firmor, both horo nud in the south. Up'press lumber is firm with prices highor. Wool. Thoro has boon a littlo moro wool Bolling during tho past weok, but gouorally in a small way aud tho aggregato is uinuo up of mauy small lots, rathor than largo sales. Mau ufncturors havo beon looking around considorably, aud miKy samplo boga have boeu sont out from doalors' Btoros. Tliero is no doubt that buy ors, largo aud small, aro koepiug a bharp watoh ovor tho markot, and aro waiting for what thoy liopo will bo a broak iu pricos. Thua far this broak haa uot como, for thongh thcro is au oasior feoliug, nud horo nud thoro a uomiunl shnding of prices, tho chnugoB aro uaually conllucd to wooIb of wljich tho stooks havo boon roduced to a minimum. Y havolirrncrowlitetaiiioualnrTrrT JK Jr ijKJBtjalil I'ri'ti to nll ri'iilirinli. '"U iBMlfiHHt Weekly Market Report Boston Produco Markot. FI.OUR. Common cxtrac 2 40 " 2 60 Cliolcu extras aml tcconas 3 00 " 3 00 Mlnneaota clear aml itralKht 3 20 "8 14 Mlclilxan, ck'nr and stralnlit 8 40 " 8 60 New York clear aml stralglit 8 60 "8 75 Olilo and Bt. Loula clear II !,! " 3 V Olilo and Ht. I.ouls etralfiht 8 65 " 3 6 Ohlo and St. Loula patcnt 3 JS 3.93 WUconsln and Mlnn. catent 4 10 "134 COKN 1IEAL. Granulated, barre! Common. barre' , Ilag meal... MILIj FEED. Mlddllnxa. sackeil, per ton llran.aackeil, winter llran, sackcd, spring Cottonsrcd meal Ded Oog Llnsecd 011 Meal, KGGS Eastern, cliotce freili Kustern, fair togood, doz Vt. and N. II., cliolce fresli, doz.., COItN. 3 00 to 3 35 2 40 " 3 44 1 6 ' 1 08 17 40 10 31 00 19 40 " 20 25 17 00 " J8 74 " 20 40 26 UO 20 75 ' 28 60 . 14 . 14 . 15 to IS " 14H " 16 Steamer yelloWfbush., Steamer busli No. 3 Oood, no grnde 41 to 40tf " 61 " POTATOES. Aroostook Hebroni New llanipslilre Hebrons Vermont Hebrons , OATS. 78 to 6. 73 " 76 68 " 75 No. l,cllppcd white bu No. 2, cllpped white No. 3 white Ilelected white UAY AND 8TKAW. Ilay, N. Y. and Can., cliolce to fancy. . Hay, N. Y. and Canada, fair togcod. Hay, eastem, cliolce Hay, eabtern, ordlnary to fair llay, castern, coniinon , Struw 11UTTEH. Vt. nnd N-.II.. assorted slzes Nortliern N. Y., assorted slzea NorthernN. V., large tuba Weatcrn.aast., aprucetubs Western, large aali tuba Creamery, nortliern Ursta Creamery. eaatern, best tuarka Creamery, eaatern, fair togood Creamery, western llrsts, Creamery, aeconda Dalry, Vt., cxtra Dalry, N. Y extra Dalry, N.Y. nnd Vt. flrsts 43 42X 42 17 00 to 18 0 14 00 16 0 12100 " 13 00 10 60 " 12 00 10 00 " 11 00 8 W " 9 49 27 27 to 27 " 275 27 27 " .27K 26 " 27 24 88 26 23 25 23 21 23 21 .. ,, " 28 PltOVISIONS. Pork Uacka.bbl Bhort cnt clear Clear ; Lean ends Laid Clty remlered, pure, lb Western conipomid Pure kettle, reudered Bmoked Hatns lloaton, small. lb Uoston, medlum Uoston, large 20 75 to 21 76 20 60 " 21 75 21 25 " 21 60 " 22 25 11K to 12 1S " 14,V F1IES1I JIEAT3. lleef, cliolce, lb Ilecf, llght cliolce, lb Ileer, lieary tcood, lb lleef, good, lb Ileer, lilndquarters, cliolce lleef, lilndt.unrters. common to good lleef. forenuartera. cliolce , lleef, toreiiuarter9, couimou to good Muttou, cxtra Mutton, conitnon togood I.ambs, ch. east. Ui liambs, common to good, lb , Veals, cholce eastern, lb , Veals, lalr togood Veals, common , Hogs, country dressed, lb Vi to 7 9 " il 747" 8J 6 ' t BH " 6 7 , 7 " 8 10 " 11 8 " 8 10 " 11 8 "9 6 " 7 7K '8 Boston Lumbor Markot. iMSQ I.UMI1EK. Hemlock hoards, rougb 14 20 to 16 00 llemlock boanla, planed 14 On 15 ( Hemlock boards. Xo.2 11 CO 11 69 Sprucc boards, 1st, clear floor 19 00 19 M Spruce boanla, 2ds, clear floor 16 00 " 17 04 Spruce boards. coarse, 15 00 " Spruce, nor. do, cara 16 60 " 17 60 Bprnce, matched 18 00 ' 20 00 llox boards, 1 In. Ilangor 12 0U " 13 04 llox boards, ord 9 40 " 10 6 llox boanla, 7-8 do 9 10 " 9 3 llox boards, 3-4 do 8 50 M 8 71 lloxboanla, 11-16. .do 8 00 " 811 llox boards, 5-8 do 7 00 " 8 N SHOItT I.UMI1EK. Blilnglea, Kaatera aawed, cedar ex 3 35 to 3 4 bhlnglea, ilu clear 2 85 2 9o Blllugles,do 2ds 2 25 " 2 30 Shluglea, do ex. No, 1 , Iii " 1 70 Bhlnglea, do No. 1 1 60 " 17 Clapboards, do 4 ft. ex 40 00 " 42 00 Clapboards, do clear SS (O " 40 M Clapboards, 2ds, clear 36 HO " 83 M Clapboards, extra No. 1 j... 29 00 " 90 M Clapboards, No. 1 " I.atli, spruce, 1),'. li 2 95 " 3 0S Lath, eprucc, H ln., 3 10 ' 3 16 Boston Wool Markot. M1CII1QAN. X aud above 23 to 33 No. 1 31 " a No. 2 , 30 " 31 Klue unwashed 22 ' 25 Uumer-hantable 24 "28 No. l,comblng, ? and K blood 24 M 25 No.2comblng, blood 24 "25 Delalne 1 34 "35 KKNTUCICY AND INDIANA. Comblng,?,' hlootl 21 to 35 Comblng, j blood 24 ' 25 Comblng, brald tl " 23 Clothlng, ii blood ' Clothlng, acuureU 40 " It PULLKU AND SCOU11ED. Aflne 49 to 63 Asuper 43 " 46 II eu.ver 40 " 41 O auper 33 " 3 Comblng, flne 48 " 60 Comblng, common - 40 " 41 Vormont Markots. PltODUCE. Montpelier Ilutter, fresh In 6 lb. bnxea, lb 22 to U lliuti r. rreah new, In tuba, lb 20 " 21 Ilutter prlut 26 Chcere, dalry, lh 13 "15 Egg, doz., Ireah , - " ji Potatoea, buah,, 65 ' 70 Applea, ouali. 1 00 " lloga,llve, lb " 6 lIoga,dcesed,lb 7X g I.amba.ilrcascd, per lb 10 " 11 Veala. Mve. lb 4 " 6 Chlckena, lb 14 " 11 Fowla, lli., 10 " 11 Ilarre Ilutter, dulry 21 l( Hiitier. prlnt 23 Kgga, do , 20 u Piitxioea, iiish , 66 " llnga, dri'tn'd. lb ,,, 7K " 8 lliei 5 6 Viala.lhe. U .'. 4 " l hprlnglaiulM. OrrasiiMb 9 "10 Fnwla. II 9 " 10 Spj-lugchlcKeii, II 16 ."