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TITE BUttLINGTON PRliE PlUfoS, THURSDAY, DEC MM 15 Kit 7, J.8DU. " Pure and A pure cream of tartar powder. STILL IDLE. Montpelier and Barre Elec trics Cannot Get Sufficient Power to Operate. ROAD'S FRANCHISE IN PERIL , . v..,,..iit.i.Vat ittin rnrs For n VTook lec..0 It Ua, .Not lttm Cars Fornvtcok AVID Not Acce.pt Mr. Vlles' Terms For l'owr From 31 Idellmex-AddUuu County Court to Have n Mur der Trial. did so nun was rewnriieu lor 1110 irouine substitute roMilutlou, however i no "f a second search by a ilnd of three hot- means, commanded the full democratic tics of whiskey. This was also taluu stienglh. Only r,7 members voted for It. . , ... .... away. of the thirty who then voled against tho Montpellor, Dec. I.-TI101 electric railway on Ins return from Cokey's Saturday Taylor re.-o.utie.n all wero democrats e. In Ibis city still remains tied up, although night tho sheriff canin around by way of t.C,t two, Mr. l.oud, a California .'epub It was expected that It would resume oper- Witmoxkl and called at .1. II. .McC,recvey'a jit-an, and Mr. Newliuids, a f-llvctitc Irom utl 11 to-day. The new dynamo wns set lit , rig ( nough to secure tlvo bottles of beer, Nevada. Hy the terms of tho resoliulou )lac at the Consolidated Lighting com- v, hlch were placed wilh Mr. Cokey's stuff jip i0,cris )H now ,'10t on.. 0.citiic"l jMliy s piaiu en niiiKiay ana , limning .about midnight It was found, howewr, that a satisfactory current for cpcratlng the electric road could not bo geneiated. . .. Superintendent Andrus of the railway and Manager Laird of the Consolidate d (.onu -iny said to-day that they were an- t.blo to 'ay whm the earn would be n ,g.lri It might be tlr.st necessary to hi lug an electrieal expert froiu Hostoti in order to g(t tho now machine In working co.uli- Hon. 1, isrepresente,! that the onielils ot tho ,,,ad app.kd to .1. b. Mies to furnish pow- (i- to run the cars after the road had been tied up because of the accident which oc- (urred last .Monday to the dynamo used to run It at the Cons-illdated company's I.l.mt and that Mr. Vlles .eferred the of- I -ml to his attorney, J. V. hamson. Mr. 1 .uison was in the city to-day and when .ogaled hi regard to the rumor said it was true. He said that the ral.way of- lb 1. ns asked Mr. Vllrs to furnish power for the ro 10 nn tha he consented to do so upon 1 urd lion that they should first pay h m the amount which he c'aims is dec from thrni for power furnished during the last to months tho road was using ns pi wcr. ue iiirincr hiipuiaieu tnai 1 1:0 i.n.r i ns Miouiu carry 0111 ine cnniiuions or tile Orig'nal COntiaet Which thev Iliad with hlm'.'ind coik ernlc.g which ll'tlgaUon is now n. tiding. Til. otllclals have not jc- ceptiI th's proposition It is the' opinion of many that the road has forfeited its franchise rights by falling tj run Its cais for a period of over a week, THE EASTWOOD MURDER CASE To Comn llt-fore the Ciimd Jtirvln Ailell- loit Cell lit 1 U 1, ? 7 tdskint judges. Mis, l-.lla M Hallou of J.utlaiUi will act as tho oMcia! steno- gnillllo reporter, to. I lad SI. ( ll.ipman sheriff will bo assi-ud b the followir. Map" of deputies: William II. Colib, Slid dlel.ury; Olin A. Smith Addison; .John A Cidwoll. New Haven: William A. Law rt nee. H-ristol; John 1 1 Bean, Lincoln, U. X. lle-nn'iiway, Ur.-nvllle William L; .lack, Orw'.'ll; 15 11. Palmer, Slonklcm W H. Hlrch.ird. Sliereham; Joel V. Car j 'nter, Stirksboro: B. II. Alil"ii, Leices ter. Frank '". Dyer, Sallsbuiy; ritoddard J -Martin, I'erilsbmgh. Flank L. Fish, state's attorney, will h... 1 busy time as this Is a grand jury Win .in,l tlur,. is e,.sl..,.,l,ln .rL- In l. doi p Perl -ins the -nost 'n nc.rtont e-is . ,T; S' "?",.. ' i: V I tao ' ; t mpU to kill. The court law docket presents but ono 1 ui.'irpil and twelve cusps, all told. Of t , - Jil al-" Sfte caes while '.'I are dl- .-,ilr lll.1u llinll.rlin IlirA.. ..tnL-c l.lllu Th,. j iry iil-ndar comprise- but eight ' mini- bii- .i.l set for trial tho first dav. Tho Mlddlpbury. I3ec. 1. Addison County tinouc-i, without a hitch and continued lead, r, gevo notice of a substitute ho Court c. nven. s for the r)ecemb;r term at ,.., ilillf ,ltl ll011r. lt ...eluded many would olfor. Tho resolution was as lol the coin t houso In M.ddleburv to-morrow fiincy msiVvh-mR movement.-, and made a lows: ( uesilay). It wll, be pr, Mded over by , ry pleasing effect. About midnight Ca- "Vh(!.'3as, llrigham II Itoberts, from tl.o J , ,.l .,'C,W,V- 1,"idoii n as chb f urer Chirk lurnlshed i luncheon ot sand- Stnio of Utah, has prcs-cnlcd a ce-itliicato Juilgo with Hen Y alien I'ock of New Ha ,, i,.i,,. ni,.. ,i mff,. -ei,.. i,.,n ,,r ..i,,..i,., i .1, ,,,! ,.r,.,. f.-n court calendar, however, foots up Co and f Slontpeller vcrsu-s State Auditor ). SI. tutlon. lie ciileil several cases to snow a- m.mv are carried over dhorco case.-, Hatbn- of Arlington, which has cjnsidor- lllut "s a punishment for crime the legis- t kv wiil probably bo tiled this term. aide interest In this city. The matter was laturc had amplo authority to ellsq'-ialily Th. ban . ly docket In. lud. .- but 13 en- brought befor tho curt under a p. tltlon " '";,n lr')m llU1,nK 01tll'' tries most of then, of rather aiieimt vmt- for a ma'idaii.us to secure the payment of , h"n Mr. l.iylor began to speak Sir. Be justice foes. Under thin petition tho court Hoborts ictt tho seat ho had been oceupy- . ordered the, auditor to pav allot the claims a,lfl t&ok 11 M':lt "lilr m,,ln clt-el in tho jiotltluti from the Statu treas- "here ho could hoar with greater ease. THE HOMELIEST MAN IN BURLINGTON "rXmong , wWSh w-e , ps- Ty'X. As well us the handsomest, and otheri fl tti.-it in which truants were son- "l tr, hlf d'-k to take notes of tho points ore invited to c-all on any druggst and teiiced ti the State industrial school in lo willed' ho desired to icply. ,c-t VHVZK n tilal bottle ot Kemp's B'al- which the auditor had refused to pay tho Continuing Mr. Taylor read from a ele s m for tho Thioat and Lungs, a remedy j isticei .md other fees on the ground that olslnn of th? .Suiu-'me ( ourt dellnlng pely that it guaranteed to cuie and rohevo all Iho ( xiicnso shoiild bo borne by the towns (tumy. wlik-li stated thai Iivespoctivo of Chronic and Acuto Coughs, Asthma. liron- from which tho tiuants weto sent. Under whether a man had contracted a plural chit s and Consumption. I'nce 2,"c und SOc this an. uigeim nt this clly has been pay- marriac-o aft-T tho passage of the Fil ing fies of tills ldnd for several ve.irs tr.unds a"t and Irrespective of whether ho which it Is now ruled tlio State shall" pav. 1,a1 iinc" eohablted with a plui.il wife, It Makes Restfu! Sleep. Rleeple9inc9,'nlranst Invariably necompnnlei constipation nnd Its manifold attoudnnt evils nervous disorders, iinligcstlon. headaelio. MISS (if fltinptltf. (P 0',, ..nr-inf ... (t,.t...... . I .-.'..'... V I, V.U tiee-p ny eipmcpu is u serious nnstaK-n, ior tlio brain isoiily benumbed and tha body Riiffern. elcrV Killir reinoies tllll Cllllso of WIlLpflll. o?ri,leist,?m,?eVliln M,re.Ca " tUU llerv(l!i a,,J oil the stomach nnd tioweln. Celery King cures Constipation nnd Nervo Stomach, Liver uud Kidney dibeasc-3. 5 BEECHAfl! Pnrlfy the Blood, Cure Blotches, Im- urovc CociDlcxlon. 10 ccnta 2S cents. 7-STATIO OF ASAHKIi !,, IIULICTT, 1 lm l I BlU ltli II We, tne subscribers, having been np pointed hy tho Honorable tho l'rbate Court for tho District of Chittenden, com- mlsslonors to receive, examine and adjust the claims and deiuamls of all persona ngalnst tho estate of Asnhel U Huiett. atn HI'- -.. I t . ...... Illll lilt IM-l II of I'lattsburgh, N. Y., In said district d - reased. nnd nlso all claims and demands ( xhlhlted in offset thereto; and six months irom tno nay or tne oaie nereoc neMig ui Jriwed by said court for that purpose wo (io therefore hereby give notice that wo will attend to. the duties of eur appoint ment at tho town clerk's olllco, at Hunt irgtcn, Vermont, In said district, on the Inst Fridays nf .Innunry (i rut May. l.m'i. next, nt ID o'clock a. m., on e-n h of said days, Dated this i!Sth day nf November, 's'li). OWHIIIK SA VLUH, HL.NHV i-UKWSI'lli, 22w,3t Commissioners. Sure." No alum, no adulteration. SEARCHESAGAIN IN ORDER. Slin lff Miikri tllie-le, VI hlch Iiieiltiils Millions liny, Win uikl mill I his lly. A Tut a period of comparative quiet, dur ing which his attention Iihh been concen trated upon petition! for temporary In Junelloti proceeding. and their itltendunt demands upon Ills lime. Slate's Attorney J. 12. Drown removed his olllclal search warrant pen from Its corner and inscrlt) ed his signature, upon several warrants Saturday. These warrants were placed In tlio hands of Sheriff Hooves, who, It np- (pears, had not forgotten how to serve them suecif-sfully, and during the after noon and evening their service made trou ble for three dirroient places whero liquor I Is cold in Ilurllnglon and Colchester. ' The warrants entailed some little driv lug and tin sheriff covered more tenitoiy thau Is usual in the number of searches. I Tho first thing he did was to head his horse toward Mallelts Hay and no stop was made until he turned Into tho yard of j,.intIor), !okt,yH i10tl-l an.l drew upbeMo tho front door. Inside tho sheriff lour.d a bar, a barrel of ale and a bottle of Iwr, which ho brought hack to Ilurllngton. It was a very mutual thing, so Mr. (Jokey thought, for the sheriff lo appear at his hotel again Sunday afternoon but ho , tM0 wagon una inougui 10 mis cuy lor keeping. , , , When ho arrived !i town ngaln Sheriff Kcoves went down on that portion of Main street across from the patk and called nt a milliard hall of which Charles A. Mur- phy is called proprietor in tho directory. Hero he found the old bar deserted but n tlio back part of the large room ho found another established and here , he ; lo- cnted a bottle of whiskey arid eight hot- tics of beer, which went to join tho o.thr portion ot the collection made during tho afternoon. The sheriff's entrance at tho Main street Miliar, hall was the slgna for a series 01 rapid disappearances and several pain, ef legs went quickly ov.r the window sills as the sheriffs entraneo wns announced by means of a hell provld- ed for that purpose, but which tinkled too late to save the bottles. Saturday afbrnoon Constable ?alU served a se.ireh warrant at tho dl ug n.iro of T. 1. Daley ,n lialie.v stiret. whero he found and secured a keg of whiskey. RED MEN DANCE, - rblrd Aiiiiu.it Cinceit and full of Vo hinvk 1 1 1 nedi..ibn Kv The third annual cow ert and uall Wed- ,, , , . ,., 11 wmJ eeniiK oj .u'Miattii iiiuc. j, In.'.ir.ved imkr ot Ked Men, at the arm- ur' J"-0""1 to 1)0 ''"r ,nuM -""i1'' m on'; "l0 history ot th.it 01g.1i1lz.a10n ai.,1 on0 of Ul ,"'"t. ""or held In tho ariuoi. FllI1V l'i couples enjoyed u well chosen piogr.unm.- of -I nuinbers, including near- ly all forms of dancing now In vogue. J'le- ceelli'g the dancing was a concert of four pieces by the Howard Opera llouc "i- cheslia which also fui-ilslied music fortius dancing. The grand maich whieli was the specialty of the evening, was eariied tastefully decorat. tl with palms and tho ilUonili c0io,.,. Moh credit is duo thu vlir0.1;. committees for tlio able ininner fn ,.( ,..-rnrme,l their r,,.llv duties. They weie as follows: l iiiinltv of anai:.gem(iits J. H. Do- Varrmne. SI. J. i;. lines, 1. II, l.eunt, j. O. I'apiii. Kugene Clcsseliu. Introdue'ion committee J. 13. Ronnie- gaicl. Ii. H. Chn.-e, Jo?. A. Joidan, tieorgo C.iipenter, W. 11. Davis, J. J. Chillis, SI. I'oiuns-, l.-tatik Willis, SI. F. Murray, J. It. lion to his rignt to retain his seat be 11-K"lk-y. feied to tho comiiiltteo on tho judiciary, Floor direcler J. I". DeVnrronnes. ' Willi Ins'triietlnns to icpoit thcieon at tho Assistant tloor directors, J L. S Hob- eiu Host pi ao'-lcablo iiiumenl. eits, .1. II. Sleicher, Uugon-' Oesselin. Sir. Tajlor thin opc-iud his speech In Aids I 11 I .tint M .Uipnlini 11 1 e ..r ,1... .1,..,. I. ... .. l.lu ....... .. 1 1,.,, .'. ." .-'"""','' ,,y"'' "' A' '" i'1"ntln,' " "'-'Var- ' - .nos, Ocor,-e P. SUad, U, A. Oellnas, ICd. AUDITOR ORDERED TO PAY. Mipreitin C'uurt l lncN I but Ilo Is Not Lib eral Knolii;li. Tho Supivme Court has loccntly given a noeision in ine- case 01 .lilslic" A. (.. ! ay Anotlier ease cited was what i.-. e.illed 111 was guuiy in polygamy n ii" uo niiun a binding up case under the blanket act. 'alued ta relation of husband to nmrc wheio tho auditor had refused to pay a than one vlf . Heferrlng i gain to the two pirt of tho fees, iueludli.g the s(j for tl.c . 1 . , " warrant, leeord, subpoena and a contlnu- unco, amounting to 'ii cents. In still an other case for havlngliquor em hand whero a juiy was called for, tho audltrc tefus d to pay for .i venire issued by a Justl.-o summoning a jury. In a ci se on petltl n 11 oi cue cuy grand juror a warrant was made for a search and H.lzure of intoxi cating liquor, duly served by a deputy sheriff with a ictiirn, where lliiu..r was not found, the auditor refused lo pay the (tiller's foe-" of 4,10. There wcro a lnr.,e number of those cases In this city at tho last audit in which It was agreed to draw up and submit facts to the Supremo "ourt. The niiudamus) proceedings hao made this unnccessaiy. SI'ADA.MS ADASJS WJJDDINil The marriage of SJKs Slabel SI. Adams, , . , f - . . - . . r , . . . j u. ..h. .....i ...ib, . i .. .10, ,,i t'ds city, to David Sle Adair.s of New Vork ..He tnnlf l.li.p, nt tlm l,t-l,ln'u lintn.. W'p.l- iiesdny morning at 10;S0 o'( lock. Thee cere- ni'iny was performei by He v. C. L. Hall In tlio pr -'.-nci of the Immediate relative! and frh-nds or the bride nnd groom. The house wns de-orited with palms nnd ever greens, Sir. and Slrs.SlcAd.iiuslefi thlsclly , ... , . . at noon f r Ni w Voik, where a reception To K anywhere with my face in tins was Kvcu tho 'J'hauksglvlng night and condition,'' is the expression of a very where tiny are to reside. There wcio nntural feeling. To a beautiful woman many handsome presents. , nn eruption on the face is the treatest of calamities, her very beauty seeming to TIIR TdKUTlCXANT-flOV KHN'onsiur. ' increase the disfigurement. Nincty Hurllngton would like to furnish tho times in every hundred, eruptions ne- t candidate for llouteriant-giivernor on are cured by Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical the, re publican ticket i, tho W'.ilerhury Discovery, and the skin recovers its Hi'-ord says that Jiurllngtou people want maideti bloom and softness. "Golden CI'.. Smith to enter tho lists. Slaior Medical Discovery " is a medicine which ' Hoborts Is also to bo considered if tho . Queen City names tho candidate, so the r , ,.. i. ji i .1... I. At. . fl, . ,HC0U1 sns' ".,,,, ''.an many men that could creditably till this office nnd tho best of them all is Hon. Kllhu H. Tnft, a man of culturo and wldo knnwledcB or niihilo. affnlrs." St. Johns, buvy Caledonian. O J.u. Hi il- ii 'jl. J. . Bears tha lr.a Vm Y5'J BleTt0 7 Tha Kind Yo-j Have ALvays Bought CJ a-i. "3? O XX JC i. . Bean the The Kir.d You llnva Always Bowgh; NO SEAT YET. Polygamist Roberts Must Wait For Investigation by Special Committee. AN OVERWHELMING YOTE, In I'nvor of Tuylor's Itosuliitlnti For tlio Investigation Huberts Spoke For an Hoar In f I Ik Own Ilrloilf -Only UO Votes In 111. 1'avor The Cuni mlttee Alrundy Seltictrd. Washington, Dec. 3. After an lntcrct lmr debate of three hnnrs thn House lo- ,iay v vote of liCi! to no inlooted Die 10..0- lutlon olfcrod by .Mr. Taylor of Ohio yes- tcnhiy for tho appolnlmeiit of a sp.vi.il c-ommlttio to Investigate the charge) ngalnst Brighnm II. Huberts the -Mormon n pn scntutlve-e.eet from ftah. l'n vinus- y tu. House had rejected a siibstiliile 1, solution nrfered bv Mr. Itlehatdson, tlio lender of tho minority, to allow Mr. Hob- erts t0 be sworn In and to send tlio whole, vllp t0 tho jn.ilolni-v commltteo. Tills f,oln 11 participation in the procoi-.llngs of iho Ilouso until the committee report.) , n(i t10 Houso pusses upon Ills ease but: jlu lt-ti It-tl a seal' 111 the hall. Wlut'icr nils will bo Intcriirotod 10 dene him I,,!-1 mission within the chamber nundlii - ilo inspection of his case is yet to bo tle- rK. d. The leading of tho President's message w -s eornp'etoly overshadowed by ,hc"dram.itle proceedings which resulted 1(1 ti10 .,, tioll ot j(),7st. , (jav TMo pa,K.,.iL.s Wl,ro lhronKed w'lth spccla tor mostlv women who sit nitioativ .ougl, U,o th "e w,,,ry ho i s tha P o- l.e,loil tll. o,ulr, ,, wn ',. lm.IM n, r ...... eunelnd, ,1 The ,, remark f . , . t r herd o. , 1 -i i.V. . ,.l ..... ... T all 01 "1 ho ur hoc me "0 ab-orl - u. ! " 0 l",'"!.Onr0l;, ,:,.r ? '' 'l 'n ', ,V 1, J i 1 t?! ,J, h j!,r,,vr (! u iili nnnl lticn u w i " ,".erVd Ul nP ".V"?0'.. l, evident that he roillzed that tho lloiuo was overivliidmlngly ag.ilrst him and ut tiniis he spoke llercely and dollantly. Mr. Taylor conducted the- case upon his sido and Mr. Itkhardsin chan'.iiloncd his resolution. Putins tho dobato Mr. Orosvenor, rep., Ohio. i.o to indignantly ivpel an lnsinu- 1. m . . .. . .1 ., 1 . . iuiuii e ,ui. nym-i lulu ine- i(,"ee-KL had knowingly appointed nun guilty ot " lKK!lUy , l" ft,J1'.',"' 1U,? "' .,"h- , At the closo of the 1 ending of tho I'ro-I- (b nfs m.s-.ige Mr. Taylor's (Ohio) rosolu Hon coin riling t he Jtob rts case was ink- ' i up. Mr. Taylor Immidlately took the tloor. It was 111 ranged that theto should bo tlvio bonis debate one hall on each side, one hall hour to 1)0 allowed Mr. Hob- oris . nd lo coinu out of tho tlitrt of tho minority. This arrangement having Men made Mr. l'.ichai'ds-jii, tho (limocr.iUu ivpivsuutativu Irom said State, therefoie., belt Hi solved, That without cxpiessing any r,,.!.,!,,,, ,w t li.e rVIn nn,rrairl,.v ,,f I. is ictalnlng his seat In aiUanco of any pro- per lnvostig itlon theieof, tho said irlp ham II. Itoburts Is entitled to be sworn in a a ircmber of this Ilouso upen Ida Prima facie ease. He solved, Furlher, that when sworn in his credentials and all tho papers lu rela- l.L.J. ul lie,- ,i,.oiLe.,. ... imp . . . ... Ho would not urge Its adoption, ho said, were he not prompted by a hlgn senso .ot deny. 'Iho constitution w8 lncosls. tent he continued, If It was cout--nibd that the limitations it Imposed weie not to le added to. The power of Congress to halt the jilaimant at the door, ho insisted, -.is clear. The ineligibility crcMted by "onvle 'J'" for crime was a power iiiheieiu In the gove rnment It respective of tho const id nets directly ou the blood, purifying it, increasing its quantity and its rich- ""-fl - "I J "ess. Eruptions, blotches, pimples, etc., h t surface' sills 0f the corrupt ,.niir!.tii Discovery oloocl current unuernealli. uiscoery cleanses the blood, and so cleanses I the skin. "For about one year and a half my face was very badly broken out," writes Miss Carrie Adams, of tr6 West Main St , Jlattlecreck, Mich. " 1 spent a great deal of money with doctors and for olll'erem kinds of medicine, but received no benefit. At lat I read one of your advertise ments, and obtained a bottle of Dr. Pierce's C.oklen Medical Discovery, before I had taken one bottle of tills medicine I noticed a change, and after taking three bottles I was entliely cured. " Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ikeep the bowels in healthy condition. Don't Experiment with Plasters There's no use. There's only nine one and that's tlio original tho one with a record the kind that strengthens and cures tho plaster that is imitated. Allcock's Porous Plasters are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless so that the youngest, the oldest, the most delicate person of cither sex can nse them with great bene lit, for all the pains and aches which afflict the human body. Bo sure you get Allcock's. They are aseptic. Don't accept a substitute. THE POROUS PLASTER CO., SUCCESSORS, proclamations of nm!,cst5, he argurd that the cl ilm.int was in no belter position than hi wolil I have been hnrl no sueli l'loclanntlon been ksued. Hut higher than the ( Ivll law was a law of civilization whlrh demanded that 0110 f!0 tainted should be fNclud.-'d. I'or supposing the hlghe.' lav: a member was .uihiver.ibl only to hl. coii'-clence, hli' country and his constituents. There were precedents for such an appeal to tho high- or. lie elfvl tho cae of Vlit temore who had been guilty of soiling cade (ships and who upon ills app- ar.11.ee nt the. bar of tho lloun wis rejected as unlit to sit In tho House". The power and tho right were In h"icnt, -said Mr. Taylor. It was only a question of propriety, of wisdom and of 1 1 recoil nit. In all his Investigation and study ot pre ccdentH Mr. Taylor f-nid. he had failed lo lind a single case whore the House had hesitated to assert upon proper occasion its tight to halt a tr.-mber at the bar when his quallllcatlons frir a seat were question ed. Ho quoted oxmnrtvely from "MrCr-ary on nieetldiH ' in up port of his nt-giimr-n. Ho icvi-v-ed the i'U'o of I'roctor Kn at. Hoyd Wincbi stcr and John SI. Itice of U'eiKucky, who has been stopi ed al lh" bar of tho Ilouso on the irrniuid that tl oy were (llf-pialihed because they had been disloyal. "We are told." said Mr. Taylor, In rcm fluskfi, his voice ringing out clearly, "that wo are about to cre.itp an unhappy precedent. Why, Sir. Speaker, we are do ing this in tli'- upon gaze of the whole win Id. not in a cloiste red courl. Wo are the servants of the people etnnowered to do tho right as we see It. The public '-ye' Is iiKn us, the public conscience quickens us. In that pie-ence wc can do no wron if wo do but c'.-oy It." -Mr. Tayloi's concluding words wore greeted with a storm of applause lH.th finni the floor and the gallerlos. I V w dcmociats, however, joined in the ap plause. S1H. HICHAHDSOX'S SPECCIL Sir. Hlchardson, tho minority leader, fol lowed Sir. Taylor. He did not intend, ho wild, to discuss tho merits of the case. Tho question In issue was as to whether tho representative-elect, Itoberts. had a i.-rima f.iclo right to his seat, lie was nut iiiuiH lo n-ieuL .1 leiil Cfenuiin i-e-e ll ..in. .ile.Li ill ill ine vni ill ine i ijir ii with his credentials In duo form. If ho was denied admission a preeedtnt wouhl bo created which would rise to plague tne House In yeats to come. The only con stltutlrnal object!. n raised against Iho memu r-eli ct iclatod to his natuialization and that, Sir. Hlchardson asserted, woulil not hold. He dolled the other side to pro duce a single precedent where objection was raised to the admission of the oath except on exceptional grounds. Tho prec edents cited were made during the war mid weie not to ue relied upon. In thos.j elay.s tho constitution was written with "JV. WOI('. the precedents had all since been over- lUIed, utter the passions that followed the war had sulvidcd. Sir. Hlchardson ib- clarcd that tlio minority was In nowlro .... ., jMLiou ue s,uuo 1 1 1 1 -iiiii- Mlf a.one. He was willing to say that if the charges against the member-elect weie pic ven ho should favor his expulsion. "If there is one thing the American p ople ate a unit upon," said lu " It Is that tho An ei lean homo shall be pieservecl In all lis loveliness, ,swoetnes.s and purity. (ap ji.ausc.) Hut It Is not wlso to permit our judgment lo be warped by public clamor. To do so would amount to cmdcmnalioii without trla'." Sir. Hlchardson then brought forward several precedents In support of his posi tion. The llrjit was the case of George Q. Cannon, who appeared in tho Ilouso as a deleaato-eleet Horn Utah In 1S73. Sir. Can non was a republican. Almost Identically tho same charges now made against Sir. Itoberts were made against Sir. Canrun, He ie.ad flom the speeches of S, S. Cox, of New York, and other prominent d"mo crats opposing the denying of a .-oat to Sir. Cannon, on tho ground that it would esiaiin.sii ,i clangorous precedent nnd pro iiuce emios in mo ruiiiie nose e eiiio- crats,' said hit "rose abovo narlv nrelu - wT,".'.111,?,100'1 l,y.,,hp t,sUtutlon and the, fol tho very olTenso alleg, "?1t' . (Dt'n,,0:',;'?tl1' iPPl'li'r,''-) im-,l yet no complaint was hi.- ,uu tiiien ine case oi uainy, a eo or , I e ,, " ' ' . Hie. II ll. i II'IL PHIL LIUI lllilll'.SU tIL ".. ...V..."-..- ... ... .'(.fc... v . i. ,,,, cl republle.in from South Carolina In tho t10sf, who had this present agitation In dor the resolutlon: Jilii congress whero tho democrats luui i,lmi to vkullcnte the law. eniloilv nnd Henuhllean-Tnyor. Ohio, chairman iiiLii h i tiiioum iiuye ine oath ad- m lilstPied to him. Ho nlso quoted tho late I resident Jaiiios A, Oarlleld In sup- port o his contention that where tho '-re- (lenil.llh presented wore regular In form there was no power lu tho Ilouso to nv. elui'o the holder of them. Sir Hlehardsoii rend the. words of Sir. fl.TTliold which concluded: "There, nro no personal objections." "Hut tlura me pei-smal objections in tho case beforn the Ilouso" Interposed Sir. Taylor ami. I laughter, and applause, "Not personal objections lo the niemhor clect," said Sir. Hlchardsatr, "personal dbi. (luallllcatlnns only nro alleged," . "f, personal objections," shnuteel a member ou tho republican side amid un olher outburst. Sir. Hlchardson read from alleged Inter views with Sir. Dnlzell of I'miiHylvairla, Mr, Steelo af Indiana nnd Sir. Cannon of Illinois In which they we.ro alleged to huvo stated that Mr. Huberts win entitled to t ike tin oath upon Iho prima fnclo oil-(le-ncc- i,f his credentials, Sir D.ilzell nnd Sir. Steele denied the In terviews. Sir. Cannon asserted that lu his opinion if charges ot Ineligibility were made it win compel, nt for the House to receive thei'i low or hereafter. ROBERTS DEFENDS HIMSELF Sir. Roberts himself t,ook the doer In his own dof'nen after Sir. Hlchardson Jiad concluded llAoceupled a ronsp'.cuouaplace iiniiieillatf-.y in ft.-.nt of the clurk'a elKk. Several legal volumes wrrr piled up In front of him mid a hnuiuet of carnations lay upon tho desk, The most intense Inter est was m a u 'f os ted ns he arose, Sleiiuitis crowded ihout hut were cnjiipelleil lo ie. lira lo tln-ir teats. The galleries weio hushud, Tho oceupantH . ai el over to listen, cub ! to lot no 'ud cb;upe. sir. gen- Ilobrrts flrit sent to tho clerk's desk and had roid hl.4 naturalization p.'.iicis. Ilo then 11(,1(1 to speak. Ills voice v as soft and low, but his enurclntloU was distinct and In tin ;lllne--3 could he heard to tho iarlhcst corner of tho hall, As he got 'tito his argument, however, his volco grew lounder until, on several occasions, It rang out until the fiftted celling overhead gave back the echo, Mr. Hoi oris' object In having his naturalization papers read was that all the documents In this ex traordinary case should bo before tho House. Ho lli'ii lead a paragraph from SlcCrcary on elections containing a geu- ital caution against hasty nroceduro In eicciion contesis. ".Now, gentlemen," continued Mr. Itob- ci ts, "that is the statement of one whoso book has authority in tills country anil If It is the rup of the llouto In cases that arise to the dignity of a contest, how 'n- Ilnlt'dy more should that rule bo observed when only a mere protest Is made against a meuil-er who presents himself to tako the oath of olllco. "I i.ixt proceed to tho consideration of the charges that are supposed to justify v.lat the gentleman from Ohio (Sir. Tay- loi) himself concedes to be nn unin-u IH'&eeeil.ng, and which my friend on this sido (Sir. Itlcaardi r.i of Tee.ncssee) !,.is eb innnstrntcd to be an unpie ei dull' d prooeetling. The gentleman from Ohio bii-es his ch.ii go upon a iou;t record: That some 1- ears ago ill the midst of our conlllct In the th-n territory of Utah over the subject of polygamy, I pleaded guilty to the charge of r, misdpmoi.fit.r, The gentleman nous to bo oblivious to the fact that, since the date of his court uord rn thl-i subject, we h.ivo had two presidential amnesties proclalme 1 that have boon at tilled to men dlwiualllled "jy tlio r.(imun(is-i ucKcr nei. The gentleman from Ohio has no court record to show Unit I ever was arraigned or condemned for any crime wha'soescr; clnco the promulgation of the iinines y pioclamatlon of the I'resldent of the Uni ted States. The gentleman seems also to one lorget that since the confession of that posed the Tay or resolution. Mr. ejtos misdemei cior to which ho has referred v, nor, (rep., Ohio.) denounced Sir. Holu rts theio was passed by Congress an enabling statement concerning tho appointm. nt I y net authorizing the people of Utah to form a State government. That enabling act 'ilsn linil ii time tslnn em 1 n,l iual In It tli.tt ,,,,, r.,.,1 j, e I z.ois nil i n tin, limits ,,f the territory to bi coniei citizens of the United States nnd was particularly fram- d to lemove tho dlsqunllllcatiotis and disabilities created by the Kdmunds- Tucker law. Tho gentleman seems to for- get also that Iho Slate cnnstlutlon of T'lah was satisfactory to the ('resident and tils advisets and Utah has been admltteil as a State and hnf taken upon Itself the re- spetislliillilos of a sovereign slate1, .leclar- ing under Its constitution who of the peo- pie residing In its borders shall oNOtclso tli.. nlpptlen fr.illelllse nn.l H linn llled for olf jt.f. !ls eitlzen.s of that great common- wealth. The second charge, which Is supposed to KO lnt0 lllo (lu..tlou of eligibility of iho morniPr flom Utali, Is that upon affidavit , Ull olj,er pniH-rs in his possessions, tne (.eutluman from Ohio says that ever siuco jl,v,. i imvo hcuii a tiers stent aw brea .or lu the State of Utah, lt that be true, lit Sit. Taylir concluded the (b-bato. ".Mr. me ask why It Is that I was not punished Huberts." ho said "had exhibited a largo for law bri'nklng. Certainly there was, ro incapacity to understand his (Taybu'si po-di-qjosltlon not to execute the law on tho sltinn, his (Roberts') position, enr the spit part of tho people of Utah. Its ndmlnis- it of the Anvrlcan ppople a -rlgiiteous tration was In the hands of non-Mormons expression of tholr sentiment Justly found of those who had no sympathy with men cd, liowever, much misdirected. He did of my religious faith. All the machinery not say Sir. Robert's was guilty. Hut he of the law was In the hands of federal Indicted him upon his own responsibility, appointees. How Is it then that 1 could bo The vote was then taken, Ilrst on the sub. an opiti and defiant law breaker and jet stltute, which was defeated, " to 217. escape the penalty of law? The voto then recurred upon the adop- "The gentleman's, objection then fc has- tlon of Sir. Taylor's resolution the roll he ed not upon court n-e-oid but upon e.f- ing called upon Iho demand of the repub iklnvlts mid papers that have been sup- licnnsr. plied him by the people. And now as to the manner In which these charges are ninde. It has been about lj months sinco tlu y began, since the representative from Utiih was heralded thioughnut this land as a delimit law-breaker. And yet 1 walk- ed Hie streets of Salt Uike In open dav, within easy reach of the law and my tault,s hi men to the law If I were guilty of .uui,. Other men were arrested 1 ...r.,L.. ..... courts of Utah mid were iln.d ged against me, complaint was made against V,. I, .11.1 ..... ....I, n ,y the usual methods. Thov desired par- I tlouhirly to have this case' upon which, apparently, to arouse the sentiment ot tho ' e,,i,ntrv. .Vol until my business called mo ,st lln.y ntiileitnkn In mnln nnv charges ngalnst me. Hut the moment of, or rhortl after, my deiMrture, they be- gnn this agitation, resulting In the pros- out sentiment of the country now aroused against me. I "I call our attention next to tho fact that the only charge, against nro even by tho propellents of this resolutloji is that of a misdemeanor. They do not chargo a felony. I understand that rnorn'.iers rf Congress are giiurunteed certain prlvllcg's while In attendance upon this House. It would bo Inioosslbln to arrest any one ot the members upon the charge of a rills- deniennor And yet you would deny urn the privilege of being sworn as a mem- her of this House, upon tho allegation of the existence of some chalgo or other tll.lt I wn.s guilty of a misdemeanor. I'or tho ,,B it ny attentlen.Somo of them retired thing for which the law Itself could not t tllelr coniniltteo rooms to peruse tho lay a hand on me while In ottonduneo up- ps-sago nt leksuro, while a few followed on this House, you propose I speak of ,ho 1Tad!ng bv tho clerk, tho little coterie of men who have en- Tne announcement of the death of Sen tered Into this eonsplrncy-to crowd this nlor. picct .Monroe U Hnywnrd of Nebr.u-- (liiestlon to tne iront at this particular time and for tho reason that they nro tearful tliat if tne matter snoulil go to a Ci.nHldcraUon, under a resolution to exp'l the member from Utah thoy could not marshal the necessary two thirds voto to jvccnnipllsh their purposo-ta pass tho yirerteini. resoniuuii. -i unuor i. no ta mni .nose imrauri i e urn h 1,1 i'"- ol-iiliil in me iiiiti.ii- 1111 1 llieilioe fl. . ii.-j iiiu toil x.lllie'i np 11. protection to his constituency who are en- 1 1 1 Id to ins srvicos ns moir repicsciiiauve, iiiii theref. re. 1 Invoke tho protection erolgn St ito ngulnst the proceedings that ,),,, quickest reliever and turcr of throat nro Instituted hero to duprlvo ine of Ihujund lung dlseu'ses. privilege of being mvorn In as n member of this House. I'tivlleg. f Did I pay, sir' I am not ask lug any prlvlleo lu this Homo. I am not risking any favor of tho members of this Ilouso. t'nder the shadow of tho consti tution of the tTnllod State.1 I merely de mand for myself and for tho peoplo ot my State, tho protection that Is due to us and It Is a demand nnd It Is ftsklntr no favor. (Applau.-o on tho democratic, sldo mid In the galleries.) Mr Moberts next called attention to tho precedent In tho Korty-Thlrd Congresss In tho enso of Mr, Cannon, adding; 'I can add nothing lo tho fnrco of that gentleman's remarks except this, that In tho ease, of Mr. Cannon the House was dealing with an cx-delegnto of tho terri tory, not the representative! of the peoplo of 11 pover'lgn State They wcro dealing with a dcleifato who was created by a statuto passed by tho Congross of tho Cul led States, And throughout the discussion It was alleged ns a reason for taking ex ceptions to him that thoy could do so be cause ho was unprotected by tho provis ions of tho constitution. And yet, sir, not withstanding he was but a creation ot law still thoy admitted him as a member upon tho tloor of tho House. "It Is to bo remarked In this connection that Htrango to say, the course of nnture, was not disturbed. Notwithstanding an alleged polygamist was permitted by the vote of a republican Congress to remain on tlio floor ot this House It did not trans pire, us It Is paid it did transplro In an cient Homo a little ere the mighty .Julius tell. Tho graves stood not tenuntless. Tho sheeted dead did not stand and gibber In the streets of Home. Why. sir, tho ifuu was not darkened nor was the moon tinn ed to blood, Actually sir, the rain contin ued to fall upon tho Just and the. unjust nllke. (Laughter nnd npplauso.) "Ciontlenvn, ot the democratic party. Fonin fov of whom may perhaps tremblo a littlo tit the thunderous objection that has I10311 presented as protending to volts tho sentiment of the country upon this subiect 1 want to call your attention to another thing, and that Is that notwith standing a republican Congress soiled this man. vet tho republican party teany sur vlved Its action. (Laughter). Why, It Is ttuo to-diy, that I believe gentbincn ot tho mntorlty, that it could survive even if It should xoit the prccnt representative from tho rft.itn of Utah Proceeding, ho took up tho chargo that Utah had broken her compact with tho United States by tho election ot an ulleg ed polygamous rtorosentatlve. If that was true, he said, then Utah had simply followed the Illustrious example of tho tires-cnt national administration, "i at llrm," said ho, "that there I abundant evitlmte that objectiens similar to thoso In the present case were presented to tho ' u " won Hieainig upon us 110m 1'rcsldcnt and the Senate, against the up- to '"' ....... polntmelit of certain federal olllclals In It us( d to bo considered that only urln Utah, but tho objections were waived ar-v troubles were to bo traced lo tho kld aJ4j(e ,, noyp, but now modern science proves that 'ti men tr. env n,n nnlvirn mulcts nearly all diseases have their beginning In wcro unpointed to federal olllco lu T'tah !y tho present executive?" queried Sir. llorklns, rep., of Illinois. iMMit. ,V, l..,i..,lr-.. r.f (tin T'rpcl ,1 nn I ' added Sir. Grosvonor qulcklv, nmld some, laughter on tho democratic sido. "When tmn worn niinllonnts for federal nlllces 'n fmli," reiterated Mr. Roberts, "objection.-! Were mude and nilldavlts were tiled both with the i'resldent nnd tho Senate but nevertheless tho ar.)olntments wcio tnmlo." "That does not answer my question," observed Sir. Hopkins. Hoborts urued that tho caso ought t r, to tho .Judiciary commlttie. where It could b,! Investigated. He w a to ed tho republican side that this was a serloiM eiuctlen. If tho people- of Utah wcro guilty of violat'ng the compact with tho I ninn, what of the rresMont, who had appointed to lift; positions in Utah men chargeable witli the same offense n? Sir. Hnberts rltllcubd the manner in Willi h the petition favoring his expulsion had been nrocurod. In ccncludln-.' ho le. i.tcil that the members wno voted to feat him would bo voting for polygamy. The qin-stion of polygamy was sett tied. - hold It as nn honor," said no. "that it will bo emoted lomr In Utah as ono who helped to settle that question on tho floor of the constitutional committee. I am not defending polygamy. It Is dead. OTIUCH SPKKCIIKS. Sir. rtoberts concluded by thanking Sir. Talor and the House for their lndulgein e. Ho was given a round of applauso as ho took his scat. Sir. Dinsmoro (dem., Ark.) briefly op- iho I'resldent of polygamlsts In Utah as miserable .siihtcrt uge. "I make this statement said he" and I defy contradli'tlon that the I'resldent ne ver knowingly appointed a ploygamlst to office. As well might one chargo that the President had plunged his stainless hands in liiinian blood as to charge that Ik ip. poind d to public office men guilty of the crime alleged ngalnst tho gentleman from Utah (great upplauAO on tho lepub lean side.) "I charged .mil I reiterate It." said Sir. Hoborts, "that men appolnte'd to offleo In Utah were charge et before the President and the Senate with tho samo mlsdomoan- Ol of Wlllell it Is elm fi,,.,l T n in r-nlllv " "Weie they guilty?" inquired Sir. Dal- zoll. "It do-s not appear whether they wore guilty," answueel Sir. Roberts rtils-ing his volco and looking nrcunil the ball. '"I hey were only charged as I am charged." (Ap- plause on the domecratlo side, in widen many peoplo n the ga erv lo net .) The resolution was adopted 3K to S Tims who voted lu the negative were as follows: Adamson, Allen. (SIlss.,) ISalley. Hall. Hrewor, nurlcisoii, Carmack, Cooper. Da- voy, Do Graiifenreld, Dinsmoro, Fltzpat- rick, l-' emlng. Kitchen, I.ostor, Ixuvls, SleCielliin SlcCuIlocgh, SInddov, Norton, (S. C.) Hhia. Hlehardsoii, Hobblns. Slay- den, Small, Snodgrass, Stephens, Tinner, democrats;, Ni'Wlands of -Nevada, silver ito; Loud of California, republican. tho speaker then appointed the follow Inn. mnihnra ns t in c,-.,..ll nnnimlllAi, J-andlsi Indiana; .Morris. Sllnnesota; l'reor West. Vn.; Little, .Maine; Slcl'herson, Iowa. Democrats Do Armond, Missouri: Lpii- bam. Texas nnd Sfevors of Ttidi.iiiri 'Die death f the late Itepresentatlve Settle of Kentucky wn.s then announced and at I.l:.'',1 ns a further murk of respect, tho Hoi.se adjourned until Thursday, SHORT SESSION OF THE SENATE. Ailjniirned Out of ICesjiprt to tlm I.t Senutor-elset Ilitywarel After llfnrliig the Mrs ice. Washington, nee. To-day's session of 41i.. LJr...tn Inst.xl two linltr.s itted lortv minutes, ninc.tleilllv tlio entire tllllo belli!! ccnsuuied In tho rending of the IYi'sldeiu'J mesMige T',u, ,-oInll nr of tho document wns larg"-! i.. nerfimelnrv few nf the Honntors nccoid.i Ua wns received hy the Senate with sin coro regret Although ho was not official- u. ., menAier of tho bodv. ho was well k'on ,0 many of tho senators and hy thom was Md ,n iRh regard. At the piip,, nt th. ,pnin e .i... mt. tho Senate adopted resolutions ot regret nrotipntprl h' Spn.ltnr Thlti-clrtn nf Va- hrnska and ns a mark of respect, adjourn- C(j inimedlateiy DH. HULK'S COHCH SVHI'I' CVHKS in worst cold In a day. stops tho running '"o worst coin in a nny. stops tno running WHAT MAY Weak Kidneys Caused by Overwork, Lifting or a Strain. (Am wmm I II ! 1 I I I 1 I III I II I . Ill n,.'lll II 1 . 'J fl i"l Wo do not always know tho constant) danger that confronts us through all llio ''''lly walks of life. It may bo an aeci- ,lp't sudden Illness; or perhap. a di- the disorder of theso most Important or gans. Now by this is not meant that you should overlook all tho other organs and In("''ely look after tho kidneys, . "u.r otn,p1r or''ans may need ntteutlon- but your kidneys most, because they do most. If you nro sick do not neglect your kid neys because as sor.n as they are well, they will help all tho other organs to health. Tho kidneys may get weak or disposed from a thousand and one causes; from overwork, worry, a simple cold, from lift ing, a strain, or excess in high living. Others may suffer from diabetes, dropsy, swelling of the feet and ankles, rheuma tism, bad tdood, gout, gravel, en'arrh of tlio bladder, sleeplessness, ntiaemln, ner vousness, heidncho or neuralgia. All those symtitoms are due to kidney trnube, and tho most prompt and effect na' euro Is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney remedy. In taking Sw. imp-Hoot you afford nat ural help to nature, for Swamp-Hoot Is LIQUOR WAR Being Waged With Much Vigor in Some Parts of Barre. VERY SUCCESSFUL RAID, Galluns, Kegs and Hetties of it found in n llMnil Cellar at the Il sldci rn nf I'rank Ooblil- Held Under It. ill For a Trlul Ilec. 8 Saverul Siuallor Seizure. liarro. Vt., Doc ".The war ngalnst al leged liquor dealers still wages hero wilh much vigor in crt.iln sections of the city, while in other places tho opposition ap pears to have a walk over. Yesterday one of the largest successful liquor raids ever held In Vermont occur led hole, when Deputy Sheriff H. J. Slay ton and a Sfc w assistants, armed with 1 anil a lit ,v ussi.iiiliiis, .miieu v.nu i reii wnrrants, entered tho fruit store or Frank Oobbi ci North siain street and found 13 pint and quart tiottles of whli key. tlobbl was nt rested and tdaced in the city jail, while the ofllcers proceeded to tho house occupied by -Mr. Oobbl on Short street and in a blind collar under the bousu found live live gallon kegs, -Nil pint and lli eiunrt bottles of whiskey, one ki g of wine and Si bottlc-s of a mixture oi n- (Uor. Oobbl was brought before Justice A. a. I-'ay and gnvo ball until December ith. Ills ball Is Ji. The big hnul at the house was made in the blind cellar, and was found by Officer Sltyton who found that a portion of the granite wall, b'Mwee.i the main cellar and the blind one was seen to move by pr-s- Ing It. Giving it a little more .strength, a portion of It, throe feet by live movoil into a blind cellar. It was on a truck, which was nlso placed on pair of car track rails. Several minor raids woro made but none of mom nave tieen eusposeu or ns y. r. To-night ex-Stnte's Attorney C. II. Rebb of Hollows l'alls gave a lecture at a meet- ing of the Anti-Saloon league held at iho opera 10USI. TWO SIURDISH CASKS IN WINDSOR COCNT. Woodntoek, Dee. 4. Tho December term of Windsor County Court opens to-morrow, Judgu Tyler presiding. The c mrt calendar ontnlns sas c iscs. of which :2 are sot for trlul by jury. There arc M divorce ciso.i. Among the Interesting casete which will probably come before the grand Jury nro those of sirs Sl.ircl.x ot lln,,i.i...l r,....,,sA,l rtf nnnslnr- thi. ilpitV. ef Infmil ehllil nnd S. M. Hiil-I.po eh.iri.-,l with tho murder of Hobert Hmertop at Norwich ' As a euro for rheumatism Ch.imiierlaln'f! l'alu Halm Is gaining a wldo reputat. on, V. I! Johnston of Hlehniond, Irl , h. s boon troubled with that ailment since lsC2, In spi nklng of It he says: "I never found anything that would re. love me t.iitll I - llso. Chamberlnln's Palu Halm u ,S?n mJ foot , It acts like magic with me. Sly foot was swollen "a . ,,"i., ,i, ,. . , nnnMcn tlon of l'nln Hnlm rc-'llcveel me Kor RJ w j i elScZ dwX 5,''e "' J' "c"ul-r'on. orussisi. Hendvllle, Aug. 14. Dr. S. A. Tattle, Dear Sir. Allow me to say In reference to your Kltxlr, which I i ,0st remedy exliint for the speedy relief of I,i have been using, Hint J consider It tho of pain. I have used It for headaches nnd neu. I and It never falls to give Immediate) Ireliet. T. KLLIOT. HA 3D by the most perfect healer and g r iM y tho kidneys that 1.4 known 'o mc j . a science. If there Is any dount in v.. r rr nd n to your condition, take from our irn on arising about two ounetv. pi c i in glass or bottle and let lt st .nd wert-- t tl hours. If, on examining. i- p , ky a cloudy, If there Is a brl. k-.lu t . ul ng o If small paitlep., fle.it about in it oi kidneys aro in need of imm- i s ji' n tlon. Swamp-Hoot simd fit one he tn upon tho least sign ..f i'I lv .1 t Ii w mako you well and Is for ' w ' over In bottles ot two sizes and tt rr' ' tlfly-cent and ono do'lar. Swamp-Hoot Is u.-ed in the Inn. ! 4 pitnls, recommended by ski. fi i j -t clans In their prhntp. pri'" ' al. 1 11 taken by doctors tiems-i.- w"- 1 kidney ailments, because U v r f.r In it the gteatest nid '. . ! remedy for kidney, llr ,1' 1 la troubles. To prove its wri 'eiful eiti a your name and addr s to l'r K - n r Co., lilnghamtom. N V., 11 r you read this gen. r.ois offer t llngton "I'aUy Kn . !'re;,'' w'i r receive, freo of al1 charge, a r lie of Swnmp-H' ot and a i . . ' hy mail, prepaid. This i k like that has been stealing 111 i. , h t 1 .1 'r 'n of testimonial letters tvcuna fr ,n n and women cured. 11 Slippery Walks Are a very fro , i cause of ell- n . Injuries. Would m income take care your exner.se s if y were laid up live six weeks witli Injury, the r. s a fall on a simp walk? 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Uook of testimonials and letter of advice, free. FLOWER MEDICAL CO. 151 W. 34th St.. N. Y. Quality, Comfort and Durability are eomblneel in the ceielrat"el J A TEDI fifi Q ElfiHC W A 1 bKLul) jLClUllj. I 1 1 n A IV 1 UUUlUllki I have a car load of this-- PC :n's rr aks of these high grade sleighs which I shall sell at veiy reasonable prices. It will paj ou to see them befcre buying I personaliv guarantee every WATEIl' H-OO SI.KIC.II 1 sell, ,-.,. JOHN H TUTTLE. Maple Street Iteposltory, Uurllngtoti, Vt, 94 V-lt ? ft .