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THE BURLINGTON FUELS PRESS : THURSDAY, AI'IUE 2, lOOh.
IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading v Products In Demand Koston, April 1. Itulhv linldr. -dcady for choice fresh made Willi re-c-i'lpts still intbor Usui. Prices aie iin. Hiiinjjul. Northern fresh, roiiinl lots, -((i2V2V, wi'sti'ni, "JTc: irjld cii'.'iiiicry, ;!',s(Lf-lUp; Vermont dairy, 'JKrMUo: nyiovutt-il butter, i.Yi'L'Oi" jiibbliih, '.i fillc Mori. fi. . i.. .1 :.i i.. .i -"--' v..u. u -.i.-nti-, uvummi , fit full (tlottitiolis. Itullilil lots, It ;!( ( frir(- vi-i I.Vu I.",' Inhliliv l'ffj-M V lllC , S.l-,1 , J( , joiiiun., V-S'-C Ilif-hol'. I IV,'.! nr.. slcili- ifli.c Hi.. ii.,,.itnn l.i'gs llli' StCII.V .liter tllC (lot'llnr caused bj heavy receipts! of we-torn. Choice fiv-.li brine; full prices; weslor.t , fresh, 1 1 luff lii'Pp; eastern, PrtlTc; veil-lie mil faiii-v 1M'!I," bilililni' tn ii.tin- .mil j.inii, i!fi-ii , jouuiiiK. lc to 1'c higher. Ito.in ivo niili.t Iml lr.n,K- .,( I. . I HPiilis .He iilllet but stcn(l. :it tpiolu- tlous. C'.i 'load lots, pea, p"!!t."i: mcdiuiil, I JfL'.:i5; yellow eyes, red kidneys, i M.1fyg:;,ir,: CulifotMiM small while, .doW-Ml..; Jobliin:. I nore. Apldes iire slill in beavv hiippiv for 11,i.1 ,, , . . . i .'.ui; Ii.irely sternly Sonic choice I'.uldwlns lire coining out of cold Morale ninl lirliu: (ioiHl prices, it ildu ins from cold stoniKe, SJ'ii'.ritl: finny Ibildwiiis. si.fit) 42; No. 1 Ii.lldwlns, 51(7 l.,iil; No. 2, 7.ric'V(.fl; qreeliinps, st p.r ,r(; uisi.cl.s, iinrthern iiiii, . I ..111'? .'): Kluss, fjji.'tj Tfilman sweets, .l.r.OTfi .'". Sninll lots ninl iobliiui:. i"iOc'(Sl ,. i.i.i ,,,,.,, pet UUI llliilc. i r.inuerrics an' .lotmnifj nt .riDjfr) pev i l l. and 1.VKI per Mil. New inaplo syrup 's in Hie mnrkfl aval fcIN nt !)(o.$l per ir.i) can; new siti-nr, 1 I'll 1 in icr lb fur stn.ill cukes; bWck-i, 'il !i , pails. Kle. NiitN are stonily .mil unch.'uv-.-sl. ASi'nnts. Jl'i)!.." iiiv Hi; c:isl:in,'is, 12-; IllhcrN, 1 Iff 12c: Texas pectins. KWi lb. alinonds, R'.ffi IV- Cor hard inul 14 wiiii mr sect siiellj; iieanuN No. l i t . 4... .i . . . r. 1 ..--lc: jumbos, (,'!(,!.,(. Copoiiiiuts, .J IMiH per b - I'oliltoii.s are on'et lint- sleadv Sweets are In over-siijipiy 0f poor siern. it pulton (Jri'i'ii lnounl ilus. : (iS.ic; Iiebrons, "Sf'S'ie jmt lm: York state. (,'iv inoti,ititiu, mid round white. 7'W.7."ic: wtnrii, ii.Vijr.Vp; p.,. kola rocK i"ifi(lSc: I'rUIe of the South. (i.VkiJSc; swei., ?:i'.-.r,0: white low prade vellow sweris. .''l..Vl'i2. Uru-sojs sprouts ire (itiotdl a! S()c P' r it by the crt. Cabbam's sell .it 7."c for in t Ivo and 7 c for Savoy. S(iiaslies are iiuoteu at ?"n p?r ton for Hubbard. llermuila ))ot,'itoes job pt ?. per bbl; Kloriila potatoes, ,'2..")(): horse radish, ?b per bbl; pippor, .yj pt.r ,.rt, 'J'liere is a dull and unsatisfactory Market for hay. fhohe hay Is in -ooil demand, buf oli'eTins a'-e small. Low .yrades are in over supply and are ipiotcd easy; straw Is (jutot and un chanired; nullfeed Is hen r; choice hay, s.:Ki22; Nn. 1. .si ,i:): i.,V grades. SI 2 (i'l ninl up: ryo striw, oat straw i5i',,iil ' ' I'o-K provisions are .'Inn, with somn i uli advanced In price. There is an easier market for fresh beef, with a full supplv and a light de mand. Prices nre lower. 'I!' rc is a linn market for muttons and lambs, with a v.0oii demand; veals are steudy. Sprin- lambs, UTji?e, with a few fancy, l2Wo: yearlinss. 8 fiiiti , muttons, il'iiio..; veals, Ki'illo: witl) some fancy higher. Poultry is rather e:sy, except on vhoice northern chickens and broilers itnd western Iced fowl. Wosteni tur keys, fresh killed, UlTLSc: frozen, 1." (.lis.; nortliern fowls, I4i;irc: western fowls. H'iiUi.; cld-kens, west'rn. 1'! f-; I 'i norlhcrn, 2il'iC.'.c; spriiig bruilers, M per pair; capons, Ivjl'Oc; s;cese' 321 11 e. etiison ! very tptlet. with a little Mill oi'ferlnjr from cold .storage. Came is in moderate supply and sells slowly at uni'hanKcd prices. Mallard duck's sell at .1..0 per pair; red hond.M ducks, S:if;i.r,0; wldueon, phlladel j)hla squab are linn ai ?lffj.-,o p(.r ,j0Z( with natives at :i..VV,;;.7.-,; ,,), J I 2.Vi7-t.r() per do:;; jilover, ..Vfti per doz. Onions are very weak and generally poor in quality. Tho.v are a drug on the market and are being forced up fr what they will briiu. Ilonuudus hive just come in. They are of extra good quality and brin-j ifj.-;:, ,i crate. I.fttuci Is in ymiil demand and (inn. .Mint is much strongr and in small supply. Radishes and rhubarb are ac the. Parsley and chicory are weak. Hothouse cucumbers are scare... ami high. Jt-.iHpis of cnbry are light and under a good demand prices lemitin very strong, California cuulltlowo;- Js cut of market. flood St. Andrews turnips have ad anced KJe a barrel, aii'l lints and eggs are a triile firmer. 'ah-nipc, washiTl and unwashed, are 10c a bushel lower than hist week. i;. ,,S , better supply and .lOcSsi n y,ox cheaper than they were n. w.ek ago. Dandelions are plenty and Lie lower. Outdoor dandelions have just lome i.-'i mid bring 7.V a bushel. Spinach is Tory poor and sells til irregular prices. Sinnil carloads un tcported rejected lis unsalable. Prices ra igeall the way from ."Oc to 2.2r,, aii-ording (, tin; quality. Asparugin lain been in ta'r f-tiliply and nioder.it" demand. Tomatoes are coming m freely and are In good demand. 'the quaiily is ory good and prh"s tire low. Kxtia good sell at S2.r.O a dale. KloI'Li beans are. scarce .ml v-y hith. COM MKKCI AU Nw Tork Prom Mwt!', New York, April 1. I-'LOl'R Receipts Ili..-,I7 bills. Tl iar- I i I was fairly active ami steady to-dav. Mlntcr patents $J.7i)'i4.0O; wlntei straights I 'c'riw;, Minnesota palinn, l)'n 4 Jn winter extras li.voii.l.IO; Mluneotn bakers I"..,('!I.1U; winter low grades J2COi2.aft. RYE S"I,OI'R The market was easy, "'air to good 2.W"a3.20; cholco to faujy J." 'J iFi,4S. VvHLAT Receipts I9.730 bu: spot Meadv; No, 2 rid 7i?'c elevator: No. J led 7:i-i,e f o.b. ulloati No. l northern Dul J ill kfi c f.o.b. nlloat; No. 1 haul Man 1 l"i -7i,e f o.h. alloal; May 77 ..-l'F77'iC. .I'lM-rt 77-i,c, July 71 13-1Wi7.'i'4i . closed . Sept . 7a -.l-rt7'i'.e, Closed w, . i ORN Receipts 69,3M bu; spoL easy; .so. 2 nnnilnni piA-tor 51?t afloat; No. yellow o2c No, 2 white B3iiC May .-oVTr M 7-lBc cloned Me; July i;iuri4'i(-, eloscd 'l'CAVp,,I1,,, ''V-ll.e elosedlVv s A..r,S.. l'f"'ll-' '. bu, spot quiet, Ni 4je stdiiilard ivhlle IV' '- ' lb N w-hlti. -;ivc- No :i whfte ioi trek inlM'd weHt in nominal traik wluli ..H'j ('( 17' Mil) I losed 3'li " IFED Mutket wiih li-iMgular lo-d.iy i.w, ..I.-., j;i.wu;j,w 1 1 ,-, -jii.un'ifji t) HA Thn innrkct Wns steady tn-dnv. -Shlphll g fi.'iiToo; good to choice P0cJl.(i.".. 1111)1 S--Murket quiet; Texas dry, Jt to it lb?., at lie, Galveston, 2D to 23 lbs., it l:-; California, 21 to 25 lb?., ill 19c. WOOL-Tno market wns ilrm to-day. j.ioinostlc lleece, 2S'.IS.V. REKF-Qulct; fntTdlv $ll.if ln.'0; mess '."'kUIO.M); beef hums $i0.rnni2l.,V'; packet f.llM'yiilS.i".: city cxll.l India mess .'J.i'iijii 2l.n. LARD Was steady; western steamed, ''in. Hi, rutlnod linn; cuiitliiciit SIU.M; S. A Ill.C-o: compound $7.fi8.iO. 'ORK-Tho market wns cany lo-day. Fundi t!rti2ti.0'i- short clear J19.0iM(2t,5j; illeis l''.I"'d lfu. ru cvi i ii-;-miui fl.i'i'-rj.'), state nil M.'7Ct2.12; Uuul Isl twists SiSireiCU". ri ia K IKS- Hteaily: southern jerseys, ninl vvo.-tcrn ti er 1H lbs) Island, 21.i)ltf22.2.; Jersey PKTIIOI.kPM Was steady: refined Now York ifi.S"(j I'hllndi.llila anil Haltlmore, S..M: do. In hulk '.. T,.LLOWWus .lull; city i2 per pkgl ?: country (pkgs rice) .VVritP,e. COPPi-IR- Wits- dull- broker.", $M.7..'T i.,.oj; oxchunge, $ll.7Mtl.-.i. COFFEE Spot Hlo was quiet; No, 7 Invoice r,ic; mild iilot- Cotdovn "lit2c. Hiitliros ononeil oil,. I. Pules new LT.IM Lags. Including Max. t.l": .Inly. $4.2.) 4.80 rSJ:,! 4.t-u aiiivh " SFOAR Haw was easy, lair rollnlng 3 31,;'i centrifugal, ! test, a-'-.ct: mn- mosif,, SM,.1U. 2 ir,-n;. : rciiueii sugar quiet. No. 0, $1.40: No. 7, Jl.liTi; No. S, $1.3'); No. ), ti'X- N"- W- 1;"l n- N". 12. $4.10; No. 13i ?,,,jr,; X(, i, (). c.nff.f.t loners a! mould a. $ri.i j; cut lonf. Ki; criHh- ' g'wUercil. $).:-.; Kr.inuutcd. $!.Su; vohk live stock marktit. NlW V"ik. April 1. HHKVTS" Receipt 127 head: market. nieaiiy, ooil to cnol -i c beeves a trifle Ilrm steers $I.7.V!.. I; bulls M.iim4.in; cows 1.DI in M.i.i' caiues siiaoy lor live came ,'inu dreJgi i href: steers, live slice) lourr at ISlVtli'c per lb ilreseil weicht; exports to-rl.iy X.vii) iiuarters of beef. UAl.VI-S" Receipts S.IS2 head: Veals i.v 'A lower except lor strictly prime pud choice; little calves lower, $2.2Uf(2.2.i; Veals $t..vi?vfi: tops ss.2". Slli:i:i' ANI 1, AMDS-Receipts MW lieinl: sheep ilrm : l.itnlis I'rm to higher; lev late arrivals unsold; sheep $I..Vni' ..ii; culls .;.l'UH.0O; lambs JH.ions mi; mi prime w clod lambs heic; prime clipped do. O 17; ,,, v.,,,.1,,,. 1iUni.s ,,t.,. ,,.ml. HOOr! Ufccluti 1.VT.-S head: market 10c hlRhcr; "late ltops 7.m. CHICAGO PRODIJCB MARKET. Chleaso, April 1. The lcadlnc futures closed as follows: V'HKAT-No. May, 7SU'!)7,,i',c; July ,1ll'ie. fellt., liS1,!-. l (iIlN-Xn. 2 April. 12c; May, 4Je; July, "3;e; Pent . ll'vMVic. f)ATS-.Vo. 2 Aplll. "Ic: May, r.;c: July. l'rl",l',f Sept.. 27"c. VKSS I'OHK-d'ir bbU-Mny, $17.?.'!i; July. 17.1": Sept., Jii. !iii. '1 i i . i ' i itr ii" 1 1 is .nay, f i.ivi; oiuy. "ii.'n rfcpi j PI. OUT RIHP-Sldes (Inesei-Miiy, JC.70; I .nili . .oi; ni.pi., :r. jj'ii ;t.oi 's. Cash quotationa: U'lIKAT No. i spring, 7.V.77i5c; No. 3. ,x No. 2 red. 71M721.C. CORN Nu. 2. 12c; No. 2 r.ltow. 42c; "ATS ,o. 2. .Tie; No. 2 wliltc, ; No. white, ;itji3ie. II YK -No. 2. I'.n.,. PARt,i;Y Hood fredhiK, ';fi4'ie; fair to choice maltliiK 47r"klc. FI.ANPKED-Nn. 1. it-Ot; northwestern, Nr.. 1. Sl.lt. TIMOTHY RKt:i)-Prime. il.K. MiCSri l'ORK-d'er l.bl ) 17.:Tj 1!.5'J. I.A !tI)-(Per 0) 111 ..fi"j K.(. SHORT Rir.P Sides (li.rsei-$!".i;W..7.. SHO-1DERS-Dry, salted (boxed) JS.7n'ii i S7'.,. PlDHfi-Sliort $10.7.1 . clear (boxecl)-$10.a7';'3 'H 1 PICK'S fllasls of hlKliwines)-$1."0. On the priHluce exchni Ke to-day butter was ttrm; creameries, 1i2c: dairies. 1t?J 2'e, eiftjs steady at mark, uises Included, lie; cheeso steady, i;!fil3'4c to 13ac. COTTON. (Sperlilly reported for the Dally Free Ptess by Tliomns Luncr. 123 Main street, local manager for J. S Hache & Co., New York; over direct private wire). N.-w York. Apill 1. The lower openhiR was dee to Liver pool's poor response to our advance yes- ternay nut louoviti,tr call pities qiiteltty . Worked mi to last nlirlil'x bids on fi-veri-dl 'shc,rt coveriim fe.-iiiiiK a bullish leport. ! On tlx advance lona cotton came out mil when the ileuiainl frum shorts was filled prices worked off to 7". lor .May and 1 tor July where matket hum; dull but steady until the report was annouiii-ed. Market will be uovenied by the run of receipts for near future, at pteseiu they are dlsappointliiKly small. CI.O.-JINCI QI'OTATIONS. Open. Hlfiti. Low. Close. Mjv f.7s !.M) !.Im f.i.7 July !i.."7 H.iK !.l'; !.4s Aimnst .... n.2" :. !.i"i !i. ii Apiil 0.7:: !.7:i 'x:s :m Very truly yours. J. S. HACHE & CO. ROFTON COPPKIt MARKET. Ilostot.. Apt II 1. Cupper xli ues advane.-d al the openim to-il-iv ninl Ibi-n t 11 back lr.ii-lic.nnll . Trading was very dell. r.L'TTRR AND CREESE MARKET. llostou, April 1. RI'TTER Eirrn; northern, creamery, 27''i.-7.i , Vumonl daily. 2-ti2l'-i , western. LTc. CIIEi-'.HE Firm; new. H'jfljUc. VERMONT PRODUCE CO., Wholesale Dialers In FARM AND DAIRY PRODI CTS. S" B. Rawson of Underhill Says: 'The No. I Empire Separator I bought of you works line. I would not hesitate to leiommen l It to any one." Semi for cat.i login, Uurllnton, Yt. Ill.wtf. CLUBBING LIST. The Free PrefJ? and OUior Periodicals at Low Rates to One Aidrfss. 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Always send a stamp for reply when asking about thK as we do all this work at no proilt In order In accommodate our subscribers. Who does your printing? The Free Press Job Office would do it well and cheaply VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from Hist page.) Uobliison on R-illroail street. Miss Vlol.i Ward Is to leach In district No, the Jiicksini illslrlcl. Mis, tj, J. Ilownul, who recently underwent i dllllcult surglcnl epi ration, Is Improving. Sen Ices will bu held at Trinity Church Sunday with holy communion at 7:.) n. in., and evening prayer and si mum at 7:nfl. -Miss Kuto Ashley has been visiting In Pt. Albans mil ilenrgla the past week. Mis. William Odllu of Andovcr, Mass., is the guest ot In r pnrciits. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Clark. Dilbert Parker was hi town Sunday. Mlsp Ardelle Dlnion, who has been vlfllt Ing her limit. Miv. Addle I.andon, Inn gone to llostou for a short stay William l-'lvtm spent Siindav In I'.uilliiKton. Mls-i Nlni I'.illnrd of Hiullnglon spent Sunday with hr mother, .Mrs. Helen Hallaid. Miss Rebecca, (taut has an attack of lironchltls. ST. GEORGE. Miss Carrie Small returned to her hom In lissex last Sunday morning, after spendlnp two weeks with Mr. and Mis. M. W. Illnsillll.-Mlsses Mnrg.irette Til ley anil Alice tsham of the Edmunds high school arc spending a week at their respective homes. Aunt Hetsey Whit comb of Wllllston Is visiting with .Mr. and Mrs. Rollln 1". Forbes. School opened Monday with Miss Mnnilc Wright of UlnesburgJi teacher. Miss Florence lshnm has returned from .i two week.i' visit with friends In Washington, D. O. I lenry Wescott was home Inst Sunday for the lirst llmo since Thanksgiving. Miss funic Ishaiu of North and School streets, Burlington. Is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Illram lshnm. Nor man Wescott has rented a portion of II. II, Tllley's farm houso and Intends going In housckteplnu the llrst of April. The Misses Kate and Nell Noonan and There sa Nnon.iu spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Anna Tllley, Henry and Omer Van Prince, sons of the late Henry Prince, have lust been granted n pension of $0 per mouth through the agency of II. II. Tllley of St. George. WEST FORD. Miss Otare Allen I? home from Johnson lor a three weeks' vacation. Mrs. Dana Perry Is visiting relatives In town. The Ladies' Poeial Circle will meet with Mrs. S. f. U.ites. Wednesday. April 1. The teachers so far n known for the r-prlug teim, arc as follows: South school. Miss littie Parkhuist; Cloverdalc, Hnrry Hop klnson; King school, Miss Mary Pease; Stone school, f hosier Reach, Osgood Hill, Miss Emma Mulitueen; Village school. Miss Alice Whltton and Miss Margaret fl'owers. Mrs. Joseph Russln died Mon day morning n I o'clock. Ora Norton has rented E. Carpenter's house. It Is ex pec td that the cheese factory will open Wednesday April. 1. Alney Sheldon lias moved troin I'nderlull into Ir.t J-'arns-wnrth's Iioum.. l'lnr'nce, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilerbeit Huntley, is ill with bronchitis. The funeral of Mts Joseph Russln was held in the Catholic Church in Fairfax at R o'c lock Wednesday morning. The re mains we re taken to Finnklin for burial. HUNTINGTON. Mrs. Mary Sweet and nlice Lois Iifay ette have returned home alter a ten weeks' absence with relatives in South Starksboro and Jmicoln. Mrs. James Durand Is home from a few days' stay In Richmond. The Johnson normal students) the Misses Sweet and Kcnyou an- ex pected home the latier part of the week for their Easter vacation. The R. v. A. 1). Mann spoke interestingly Sunday cvnliig on "Unills of Repentance." J. J. Ross was home over Sunday ai-compauied by Mr. Murphy a college friend. The Huntington Center Dramatic i-lub will present their din. ma "Ruined by Drink" at the Pons of Veterans' hall Tuesday cvcidns. April 7. Miss Kate Kenyou will entertain the "Circle" April S. C. J. Sargent the music teacher, while here last week wi-.s called home to Warien, by the serious illness ot his mother. Hurt Mar tin and wife are impeding to move to lii.j father's larm In Apt II. WILLISTON. M. W. Clark returned fiom Michigan lasl week Edward Conner has come home to care for his mother for a week or two. Miss Mae Lorraine was tit Mr. Wilcox's In lllnesburgh last week. Mrs. M. W. Clark and Mrs. Thomas Conway were hi l'.urlington Tuesday. Mrs. Ilrndley is bet terThe family who occupy ileoige (iooil lich's tenement Ileitis-. have a child sick Willi pneumonia. Miss Ressi" Crawford's trie-nils from South Ile-ro, who ilsiteel her, have returned to their home. Frank Ger main Is quite ill and threatened with pneu monia. Alson Ilrndley has been dre-nlal-ing a paper for rural .lellverv. Mr. Chap pell., has a friend from New Hampshire isiting 1 1 1 in. WEST MILTON. A large number from here attended thn funeral of Mrs. Hale at Petty lirook Tues day. Mrs. L. T. Derrick lias been sick for some lime with rheumatism and the grip. Mr. Lansing Snow is very feeble this spring The Rrare family nr.- to move to Woodford. N. II.. this week. Measurements are taken of the depth of water at the bridge eneli day by Harry Granger for New York parties connected with the Pulp company. There i sumo talk of building some kind of a mill liete. JERICHO CENTRE. John I'". .lord in and family have moved to tile ('. E. I ee farm n-ceutly pun hased bv lilm, and S. f. Iee and wife han mov ed Into the house vacabd by Mr. .lord. in. The Rev. f. O. GUI returned from his Vacation Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wallon and children of Montpelier are visiting at 1 1. II. Hall's. Mis. Walton is in pour health, but is somewli.it better. Mrs. II. D. Hopkins Is earing for her. Elmer Hit knell Is sick with the mumps. The village schools will oicu tin- spring tit m Monday, April 111, with Lynn A. Prown ai leather of the higher grade and Miss Maud Hurlbiirt teaehir of the prim ary rr.ulc. f buries Martin of Hunting ton visited his brother, William Martin, last Monday. George French ami family of Ware. Mass., visited Ida mother, Mrs. C. .1, French, this week. HANKSVILLE Mrs. .7. r. Sliattuck picked some pansy blossoms In her yard March 1.. Elmer 'Moody Is moving back Iron) P. K. Jones's f.itm Into his own house. Ilemau Hill Iris tanen P. K. Jones's farm anil moved Unic this week. -Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Inker of Huntington fentte visited their limn-Ill. r. Mrs. 1). f Sliattuck, and family Sunday. (1. A. Iltilett Is se lling the kooiIs which he hud In his store at auction. Ml-s Dora Glace has gone lo Hristol to atlind school.- Mrs. G. A. Ilulelt vlslleil friends in Hristol Monday. J. D, Shat tiu k went to l'.urlington Wednesday. Mis. Y. Moody Is working at Amos Small's. Mrs. John Puilnlon Isvlsltlngher sNIer. Mr. It. C. Sargent, this week. Mrs. William Thompson visited at .1, D, Sh.iltuek's Thursday. CALEDONIA COUNTY HARDWICK. L. H. Waiten has bought the Rlveislde mil is o make the Imru into a teuemenl house, lie expcits to oicupy the hoiisu this tall. Miss Pessle Titun. accompaiiled bv one of the Instructors In the village school, Miss Nellie Fish, It'll Saturday u, inning to visit friends In Wlnooshl and llurllng ten. School In the Academy opened Tues titiv morning after a week's vacation. A Lincoln Kirk, entertainer and Imper sonator, will give nn entertainment at lli Mi thodlst Church Friday cvonlng, Mr Kirk comes bore under the auspices i f tin academy fhuilcs R')i-kw(ll has been appointed uperlntcndi nt of Hie town farm in place of D Nili'S who tilt 1 two wi 'l.s ago. Mrs It M Wilbur Ins been idled to Tli iiii()i iiiga N V b. Un llliu ot her llldt III I', FRANKLIN COUNTY EN0SBURGH FALLS. Charles Forsyth of Rtorkton, Mass., Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth For syth. E, Jiidil lrlh came home from Hurllngton Tuesday suffering with a se cte cold. William Harrow of Montgom ery bus moved Into the tenement in W. K. Hurl's block. The Rev. and Mrs. G. W. limit returned from Huston Friday i 'cuing. I'll.. Ovltl and full and flar eiici Pome toy are .pending t lit ir I'asler aea.llou al their homes here. Tho King's llcraldi met Saturday afternoon with Miss Corn .Inllorcl. The Woman's For eign Mlssloii'iry society nut Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. .1. M. Jef fords. alter Pellon r Hrocktoli, Muss., Is ilsltlng relatives In tills place.--Miss Grace Fish Is III. -Miss Grace Glildlng and Ellzalvth Kimball, who have been III with fever, arc Improving. Miss Ha Hamilton, who bus been In Woodsvllle, N. It., the past four months, relumed Satur day for u brief vacation. Miss Limn Hamilton of St. Albans Is spending a few days with hsr parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Jl. Hamilton. Misses Jesle anil Wlnl ftcd Cnipmter visited their grundparents SWANT0N. The wife of Daniel Siller, Sr., tiled at her home here Friday morning. Mrs. Kuter had been In poor health for a long while. The funeral wns held at the I evidence of her son, Charles S. Sitter, Sunday al I p. ni, Phil Smith died ul his home nt lllgh gate Springs Friday morning. Mr. Smith wns u member of the Jesse Jewell Posi, G. A. It., and a very popular mini. Ho had bee n sic k onl) two weeks. For sev eral years ho has hnd charge of Col. Mclgg's summer home., "Haltlmore cot tage," attending to all of Colonel Mclgg's business matters In this vicinity. Tho fu neral was held Suiirtny afternoon at .1 o'ebii k. . C. Moiey, an old and greatly respect ed citizen of Hlghgate. died at Ills homo thole Thursday afternoon. Tim funeral was held Satiirdny nftetnoon. Mrs. Smith, wife of Charles P. Smith, owner of Hotel chnmplaln. died Sunday evening after a Inn, illness with a cancer. Artanaenients for the funeral are not ct annoiini-ed. Mrs. Smith Is survived by a husband and three children. IMwin Hyde, .on ot a fotmi-r linsb.V'd ; Mary, wife of D. D. iturdltt of Pltts-I'ord; Chaunccy, a son llvlnt with his parents r.eetnan Donaldson, whose store was re certlv burned out at Jericho, is going on the road, and his fnmlly will return to Swintnp to lle with his father. fc.bia Donaldson. Mrs, Daniel Puler, Sr., who died Fri day morning, was lis years of age. She was born In Aireau. Switzerland. Her maiden name wns Vern.i Waltlnrs. She was the mother of live children, all hoys. Emll. born In Switzerland, now a jeweler lice: Daniel, who was a prominent mer chant here, now dei eased: Henry and Charles, now running the storo belonging to Daniel Suter, Jr.'s estate and Louis, n jeweler and miner In Nome, Alaska. The iluneral was attended nt the residence of f buries S. Suter, Sunday at 1 p. m. Mr. anil Mrs. Fleet A. Raldwlu were ghen a surprise patty Friday celling by "d ot their friends and neighbors. They are going lo move to liakorslleld soon, where Mrs. Raldwln will have ehargu of the durmltnr for Hilgham Academy. The f unci ul ol Mrs. Frances Smith, wifo of Charles F. Smith, was held at the Church of the Holy Trinity Tuesday al 2 p. m. Tlie interment will be In the fnmlly lot In the Church street cemetery. Mts. William McGregor of Alburgh Is the guest of her son, II. C. McGregor. Charles Skeels. proprietor of the Glen wi.od hotel in Milton, was in town Men day. c. G. Austin, Esq., of St. Albans win In town Monday. The funeral of Mrs. Chatles F. Smith was largely attended at the Episcopal Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. tn.. the Rev. W. I.'. Halliard olllclatlng. The hear ers were Henry M. Stone. Henry A. Hint. Major E. N. Iliillarel and Illram A. I'ol tins. There was u profusion of llowers and iloral des-lgus, the mementoes of love and alfeetloii, from mourning trlcnris, the church and the Woman's Auxiliary,' or which Mis. Smith was for soino time ptesldent. The Interment was in the Chut eh street cemetery. William Kejis, n btotlur of Mrs. Smith, living in Mas se ii. i, N. Y.. arrived Monday night, to at tend the Mineral. Another brother, Sam uel Keyes. lives ill Virginia, ami a sister, Mrs. Sarah Goldey, In Tioy, N. Y. Mrs. Smith bad a large circle of acquaintances and warm ti lends who deeply mourn her ib alh. She has for many years been a consistent number of the Episcopal Church of this village, taking great inter est In the work of the' Woman's A axil la .y, of which she bad been olten. one of the ofbeers. she was a hard worker and made a success of i verythlng she undertook. She will be remembered by the public as for many years in times gone by, the; etliclent landlady of the Cen tral house In this village, and for several years last past, ot Hotel Champlalii at Maintain Ray. "Market day" has been changed from Saturday to Tuesday. Swiintou ought to build nu electric line from tliis village to Miiquam docks and Hotel i 'Iin nipla hi, and thus give Hie Isl and people us good an opportunity to get up to tins village as they now have to gel to PI. Albans from the lake. It is practically a level route and only a couple of miles. Mrs. D. McDonald is moving to Wash ington, D. C. where her son lias a govern ment position. The annual meeting; of tin. union school dlstriit last ei-ning was well attended and the following olhcers elected: Mod erator. R. o. Sturtevant: clerk, Frank II. Fostfi ; member of prudential committee for three years. Carl f, Fletcher; treas urer. II. 1). Ihnke; auditors. It. O. Pturte va n t, M. W. Harney, Charles M. Wend, Voted tux of r.u cents. After considerable discussion about n situ for a new school building the moderator and prudential conun'itlee were appointed a special com mittee, to secure options on some of the desirable sites and report nt a tuture meeting. Mrs. I'eter Greenia. Sr.. died Tuesday at IP;'.') a. m. at her home lu re. WEST ENOSBURGH. J. N. Davis has gone to Gardner. Muss., where lie hni a situation. Mr .and Mrs. A. W. Green linvo rented rooms In R. Dennett's tenement and have moved there. WEST BERKSHIRE- Harmon Hall has purchased an addi tion to ids farm of Joseph Welcome. Miss Smile Ehick went to Swantun Sal utday to visit friends for u few- days. Mrs. Homer Walker of Plymouth, N. II., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Demur. Miss Reva Goodhue went lo IticliYord Tuesday, where she has employment at the American House.- Miss Myrtle Mosler ol Mlddlebliry College, who h;is been visiting her parents. Mr. mid Mts. E. A. Mosler the pasl week, tetiiined lo Middle, bury, Tuesday. John Jolley has purchas ed of Mrs, Mnynard, the house recently vacated by .1. C. Weld. Mrs, Pruella May until of R.tkcr.slleld is visiting Mr. and Mis. John Fi nr. .Iniiies Kurd Is trnellng for the thin of Johnson, Lmd - company through parts of New York ami Ycr mom. RICHFORD. The Rev. Wultir II. Cambridge of St. Mark's school. Soittliboro, Mass.. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Carl Car po'ltcr user last Sunday. He preai bed ill SI. Anu s Church morning ami evening. The Rev. F. Ha ruby Leach Is recover ing from Ids Illness and Is able to be out. Ronnie Thomas of Nashua. N. II.. a former Rlchfonl boy, visited in town over Inst Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. it. M. Ken dull went to Enosbuigh Falls Saturday and returned honifi Monday. George S. and Fiauk J. liutler of Worcester, Mass., ilslled relatives nud friends here last wick. Frank A. Manuel, of C, C. Manuel A: Sons, venoer mnuufactiuer.s, has re cently obtained a valuable p.ilenl for Iin provemeuts hi making wood platen H I. Huker Is seriously III with pneumonia at his ho ut Hast Rlclifonl Frontier Post G A It now him tin it- heailiiiiur lers In MllchiU's in w blink Fuller C Carpenter, who Ii-umIs for Un- O, L. Hinds ( 'o is cation. The new meler system for eh c- rle- llglfts went Into efTn t April 1, and It Is understood that tin- p.-ice is to te main the same ns hen id only those who need und use lig' morn hours must pay more, -Joseph j ties went to Montreal Saturda to hai his Injured nrm examined, lie expecls lo reluiii home, this Week. Mm. L.nllu (Stctirns) Loeklln, aged 72 years, died at her home lierii March 21, The funeral wns held from the home of her son, . i. Lock. Iin, Thuisdny afternoon, the Itev. S, , Smith ol the Methodist Church olllclatlng. She i survived llv her hubaiul, David locklin, also four ehitighleis ami seven sons, and a brother who is a preacher hi th" Methodist conference of North Da kota. FRANKLIN. The Rev. C. C. Alliums of I lines burgh, Is spending a few days with his lumlly at J. R. Anderson's. Mrs. C. W. Poweil and daughter Mildred an visiting friends In Enst FnlrMeld and Rakersfleld. N. W. Mullen of East Franklin Is clerking nl the Farmers' exchange. C. W. Gales returned from Mass-iclinsetts Hulurday morning. Mrs. M. It. 5i I fell upon the sidewalk while returning homo from church Sunday und broke one bone hi her aim below the elbow. Miss Aiitny who has been holding meetings here the pu.nt (0n days, dosed her work Sunday evening, and has gone to Georgia to work with the Rev. f. W. Clark. The High School opened Monday morning with Miss llelnn Miller ns principal. Jndsoii Green his llnlsh-d work for F. L. llopkln and D. E. Evans has taken 'his placo at the store. EAST BERKSHIRE, Mr. and Mrs. 'II. Domlna spent Sunday In Ulchrorel. Miss Eva Pond Is home from Rlchfonl. James Tatro Is sick with ty phoid fever. Dr. Roger of Rlclilord Is attending him The Heading club meets this week at L. It Rutton's. Mr. Ide of St. Johnslniry Is the guest at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Roiiso this week. Among those who went to St. Albans Tuesday wete R. W. Paul anil wile. E. A. Perley. W. S. Rublee and H. L. Wilson. Mrs. E. A. Perley and Miss Grace VWidlclgh spent last Wednesday In Uurllngton. Dr. Washburn, who has been quite 111. is recovei Ing. The. Misses Jessie and Helena Cnrpenter of Euosburgh Falls visited trlenils hi town over Sunday. The -Monday Evening club met with Mrs. L. H. Diitton Monday evening, the subject for tlie evening being "IJerkshlre." H. II. Combs started Saturday for Indianapolis. LNOSBURGH. Mr. and Mrs. T. Centei bar, who were burned out last week have moved Into O. S. Fassett's tenement. Florence Perley or Mldcilehury college and Dee Gilbert of the I'. ". M. are at home for the Easter vacation. Theie Is no change In the con dition of Mary Cassldy, who h.ij typhoid lever. She has a nurse ftom Hiirllugton. Lewis Rushey has moved into one of Ly man Gilbert's tenements. The schools in th" town district are all supplied with teachers fur the spring term which will begin April 20. and continue ten weeks. The teachers are- Elizabeth MeNancy at No. 1, Edith Manley at No. 2. Jennie Ross ut No, 3, Ralph Cutting at No. 4, II. May Lea eh nt No. S, Ermlna Chaff en at No. Amanda Fiinand at Nn. 11, M ittle Chap man at No. 12. Veisa Wauser at No. 1:1, Mrs. Mabel Cramton at No. l"i, Gertrude Rrady at No. Pi. The loupes' Missionary Auxiliary will hold their April meeting in tin- lecture room of Memorial Church, Thursday afternoon. Apt II 2. FLETCHER. Mis. Horace Thomas has gone to the hospital al Hurllngton for medical trent 'iient. Mrs. Sophia Royee and gtand daiighter Rossle have gone to Essex for a few days. W. S. Shepardson has com menced tearing elown the old bain on his place and will soon comniencu work oil bis new one. In connection with the barn will be a store room and feed store. Mrs. Edmund Crosier Is III with rheumatism. Ira Carpenter is not ns well. Lee Car penter has secured a position Willi Nat Holmes of Johnson. Miss Nellie Robinson will work for Mrs. Fuel llllcheock the coming sutrmiei. -Mr. i ollmn of Cam bridge will curry on the old home farm of Don Chapman, recently vacated by Eugene Sherman. GEORGIA. The funeral of George Caswell was held from his late home Saturday, the Rev. C. . Clark olhciatiug.-Mrs. Harriet Hnllard Gould of St. Louis. Mle Ii., nrrivi d in town Thursday to visit her sisters. Mrs. Martha Fuller and Mrs. Maria Rankin and otlnr fi l.-iuls. William Lanilou of St. Albans was In town .Saturday to attend tlie funer al of George Caswell. Mrs. William Raid will of Rutland is visiting her cousin, Charles Landon, for n few days. Miss Clinton of St. Albans spent Sunday with h.-r sister. Mrs. James Ryan. I. W. Rey nolds has been ill with the grip for u mini in r of weeks. Mrs. F. O. tMiat tuck und daughter Mildred spent Tuesday In Milton and Wednesday in St. Albans. C. C. lillss of Rutlington speni Sunday witli his biotlur, Fred Illiss. Mrs. Charles Scott is very 111 with pneumonia. HIGHGATE CENTRE. Miss l.lbble Oheere of St. Albans was In town over Sunday. Charles F. Skeels of Milton Is visiting Ids mother. Mrs.,-Mary A. Skeels. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Huttertlelil of Swnnton were In town Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Carmie Caswell of Swanton Junction are visiting at the huine of M. c. Yates. L. ,1. Sanderson Is in liostun, on a short business trip. Mrs. F, li. Cross and Miss Llllle McKenuey of Swnn ton visited Mrs. C. R. Lyon Sutunlay. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Speilr of Swanton were in town Saturday. Miss Si rah .Ind kins has gone to Swanton, wheto she has a position clerking in the now store of R. H. Make. Miss Lillian Rnnyea of St. Al bans Is spending the Easter vacation with hir patents, Mr, and Mrs. A. I. Il.invea. MONTGOMERY. Lewis Shaver has bought Mrs. Peter Luuib'a's house inn! will movo Into tho same next week. Mis. M. p, Maurlio lias gone to Fnderhlll for a visit of a few weeks. James I'ph.im Is In very poor health. Charles Roberts has sold the house lie recently bought of R. II, Combs, und has gone toSprlnglleld, Mass, MONTGOMERY CENTRE. L. R. Campbell drove the stage to East I'.etkshiri' two days' lust week, on account ot tlio illness of James McDoii'ild. Frank I. amaie and Miss Edith Ford of Partem were married at East Hetkshlre by the It. v. C. L. Peterson, March St. Murcy's separator In the south pail of tlie town started up Aptll 1. Petit- McElroy has moved Into tin house recently purchased ot G. II, Fuller. Henry l.uFountalu has moved from John Head's house to the lower village and D. E. Wright has mov ed Into Head's house. .Mr. and Mis. J, A. Morse have gone lo Worcester, Mass. EAST FRANKLIN. A. 1.. Galusha has purchased the John Jolly house, opposite the postotlhc, and will move as soon as convenient. Misses Mae mid Diuous Rublee of Montgomery, are visiting at W. R. Noble's. Miss Edith Kli'hl; anil mnsti r Charles and Humid Eh Ick of Itlchford, have ,been vlsitlng 1 1 lends In town. Misses Cora and Her nice Whitney, who have been atlendllig sliool ni Johnson, rot in noil homo last week. David I'nxtnaii of llerkshlrc, has lairchiisid the stage ionic of S. N. Arm sliong and look possession April I. S. W. Armstrong of East Franklin lias the up poliilment ol district organizer lot Hie ludt pendent Order of I-'m esters, and w ill have Jurisdiction over all courts la ills district. MORSE'S LINE. A pretty home weddlnc took place last week Wednesday, the 23th. nt tho home ol Mr and Mrs It. R. Hurley, when their ckitupiUr. Mls Lena, wns united in mar-nun- . William E, Symington, Tho Rei v c flernard of Swanton perform ed the ceremony, and Miss Ella Hurley, "1st- r of tin la Ide and James Symington. I roth rot tin gioom in ted a bridesmaid i ii I lust mnu Tin rooms were prettily ileroruted with a profiiilon ol Mowers Test for Yourself the Wonderful Curative Properities of Swamp-Root Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It To Prove What Swamp-Root, the World -Famous Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy, Will do for YOU, Every Reader of the "Free Press" Hay Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. Capt:bsoa'. UU CM V)A Ho. H. L. INHMrOf Prominent Men eoid Women Cured by the Gretxt Kidney Remedy, Swewmp-Root. Washington. D. C, Dec. nth. l'': Having hcuid voi r Swamp-Root so highly recommended for kidney ,ind bin.;, iler loniplnlnts. 1 wrote jon for a sun. pie bottle which came promptly, lm- which ' thank you very much. Po pleased was I with the sample that 1 bought Mufti uiv druggist n supply, with the result that to-day mv killings and bladder are as strong as any one's. The pain In my back left ni" and 1 feel like a new man. I hud been Heated by doctors for uric acid .nut iNo for what lhe t. rnu l catarrh of the bladder and kidney troul ... As t.if as my own experience goiM Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is a great boon tn tin- human famll. and although not m the linblt of leroir.mendlng niedii In -c I feel It my duty lo add my testhnoiil.il to the thousands of olhcis recommending Swamp-Root. No. 1220 II. St., N. W. YYiak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and suffering than any other disease, therefore, when through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble Is per mitted to eontinue. filial results are suru to follow. Your other organs may need attention-hut jour kid neys most, because they do mosi and neciluitentlon lust. If you are sick or "ten badly," begin taking the world-famous kidney remedy. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because us soon us your kidneys an; well they will help all the other organs to health. Kidney trouble irritat. s the nerves, makes vou diz zy, listless, sleepless and Irritable. Makes on pu-s water often dut tug tlie day and obliges you to g"t up many tim. - Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Sent Absolutely Free by Mail i:i)l'I'()KI.L NOTI-;. If you have the slightest symptom- ot kldn- v or bl.nl .'or troubbs. or if then Is a tra o it i . vour lumlly hls-toty. send nt once to Dr. Kilmer k- in, 1 lughamtou. N. Y., who wPI U.ulU s. ni .vou l mail, imnn dl.iu ' without cost to you. u sample bottle of Swamp-Root, and a book i ant. lining many of th, th ms.-inds upon thus. in. Is nt tr . -monlal letters received from men and woiu.-n tied by Swamp-Rout. In writing, b sure to -ay thai vou read this g mi. t, ol'i'er in the Hurllngton "Weekly Free Pr.ss" If you are already convinced Hi it Swamp-Root is what you need, you can purrhn-e the regul .r llfty-i ept and dollar fize bottles at the drug stores ever w here. Don t maki any mistake, but rotm-mber the name, riwatnp-P.ij.it. Dr. Ki -mers Swamp-ltoot. and address, 1 !ln'hu niton, N. ., on cry l.otlli. were E. A. Pkecls and wifo of Pt. Albans, Henry Hnrk-y ot White River Junction. Miss Lydla Alcombrnc of Montreal. P. Q Miss 'I. Moore of Staubrldge. Miss Eva ClLUlhurn of Frelighsburg. ,!..ui. s Sym ington of Montreal, Mi. and Mrs. P. H. Moore of Stunhi idgc, L. Is'niulit el" Man chester. N. 11.. Mrs. A. Kraiise of Fun ilella. N. V. Mr. and Mrs. Pvminglon were the recipients of many pieces of solid sliver and other valuable presents. J'hcy l"ft on tho evening tram for Winni peg;, where they ar to make their luiure home. George Ferland has moved to his farm In I llghgate Thomas Manor has moved to Gi ergo Ferland's farm. EAST FAIRFIELD, Henry Mitchell is confined lo the h-His" by Illness.-I'adden lloyt are paper- lug for G. W. liurleson G. W. Hurgln Is recovering sln.vly from the very severe burn he recelvtd seven weeks ago and Is now- able to sit up Mr. and Mrs, George Wile ox of Concord. N. II.. with their two little tlaiightcis. Rutth and Dorothy, are visiting Mrs. Wilcox's pa tents. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Colhurn Pt. Mar.v's Guill meets this week with Mrs. P. P. MuiTov Thursday afternoon fiom 2 o'clock until I. Pert Hale cut three ot his fingers Ivully in the sawing machine last week. A .siirpn.i party was given Clayton Marshal at his home Friday afternoon. March 2. it being his eighth birthday. QuIli a number of his .voung friends were present and left Clay ton a small sum of numi-v us a reinem hrnnee of n very pleasant attermiou and birthday.-Little John Law of Falrlleld is visiting his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. James If iw. Gladys Abells of Derrick is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Oscar Men ill, FAIRFAX- George Lawton is sick with the gtlp. Miss Relic Daufoith is home from St. Albans Lillian Rin k is stopping with In r btothtt Ralph Roy llellits of Richmond was In town last week. Mrs. Edith Parsons hat opened millin ery tooms at the resilience of Guy Unw ind. She will have a spring opening April . 7 and S, when she will be pleased to sen all a Mrr. F. D.hep.ndson has been quite sick for sevetnl days with the gtlp.-Mr. anil Mrs. Jessie Pat son of Huston have returned to Fairfax to live .Mr. Parson will clerk for C. P. Howard and Mrs. Parson will do millinery work. Mrs. Guy Unwind has I ecu sick with the grip for several days llowatd Rowland has llu-l-hetl eleiklng lor C S. Howard, -lion. John Kcndrlck u turned to Provldi nc. R. I. . March .-Tonunie Rev Ins is carrying the scholars on the south side ol the river.- Mrs. Vasthl Field, who suftcrod a naralytlc stroke. Is gaining slowly. C. A. I law ley h is been appointed school su ,it rlnlendeul by the si hool lilrectors.-Tht' several schools commenced the ;H)th with the following leathers: district No. 1. Miss Fiancee Qnllilun; district No, 2. Miss Muhle Orion: dlstilct No. 1, Miss Vista Lawloii: district No. Miss Emily llol rovd: district No. 7, Miss Mable Wright; dl-trlet No. P. Miss Mary Tobln: district No. II. Miss Mary Wheeler: dlstilct No. II, Miss Eva Pruned. -W. W. Fuss. Wil liam Morrison and F. (loodvear have put In separators and will take tin ir cream tn the Fairfax Creamery company. Mr. and Mrs. Illukley of Georgia will spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Keitney Alva Clmse ot Jay visited his voip-ln. Mrs. C, C. Allied, Inst week. HILL WEST. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Foley of Monlgotu ory Centre pasted Sunday at the. home of It. II. Rushford. Mrs. George) Rows.-, Jr.. who has btvu ill, Is able to be oic ag-iln Eddie Domlna of Boston Is lit hifj relntives in town. Hardy Domlna of St Johns, P .Q,, recently visited at the home ot C M. FhnnGrfiw's. Mr, and Mrs lieilimln Rushfoi'd, who have been vis lllng at John Ruslitord's, rvtinnC4to thilrln nii In Rurtnti. Murih 1 -Mis C - Imngr iw h is n lutiif 1 to her honu ti ler a week s visit In Pt rksbire Mr'' .1 It Moffret Is lonlii'cil lo the Imusi , 111- New Yolk City. Nov. 'nil 1 ''.' A Mile over a yiar ago I i taken with severe pains In my kidneys ami nl.ul 1r Th"V . oi'tlnued to give me troul p foi oyer two months und I .-ufftrtd tint .11 mlscri. I becinie weak, em.iel-iti-d ind very much run down. I hint gtent dlill ndtv In retaining my urine, and wis obllsrrd to pass wn'er Vety often night mil dav. After I h.'d used n sample hot. lie ot fir. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, which vou so kindly sent nu- on my r.fiie t. 1 xperli in ed great tellel. I Immeill.it'-ly boticht of my druggist two large liotllis nun e.iiulniied taking It regularly. I am I'.-is'-d to s,.y that Swamp- Hoot cured me entirely. I can now stand 'n my tr.t ill day without having any l..i I symptoms whatever. You are at liberty to use this testimonial letter If you wish. Gratefully yours. ".V AVest Dili Si. SI, ALBANS. The eitiemil.v high water is causing a gn at tli al of trouble along the lake fiout, und is the highest known In several years. Tin mud between the Ray and the Point bridgi is lour feet uuikr water and peo ple have to resort to boats to gel to the Ray. The boat houses of C. A. Ru-twiek, Arthur A. Dub.i uud M. N. Ruck have been th niolislied by the water and the boats ,-imk. Rostwick's naphtha launch had a big hole stove In her side and is also sunk. A lot ol damage will Ik. done if the win. r does tint ali.it soon. The Hon. 1-'. Walworth Smith who bus been III of the grip, is improving. Miss Manila E. Sweet, who has been visiting Miss Louisa Rrnmerd has return ed tn her Inline in Hollows. Falls. 'Ihc London, England, IJinscope com pany opened at U.tugh's opera Ihuism last evening for a I hive nights stand at popu lar prices. Tin re will also be a matinee on Saturday alternoon. The euterlnui ineni as presented last evening was very J. leasing and dtcw a good sized house. Mr. and Mis. M. P. Abbott have guti to New Vork for a few da;.s' stay. I The porur divorce cast' still occupies' the attention of l-'rankllu county court and will pnihably take up most ot the time to-day. pi.ine very spicy testimony lb being intiuilmeil. Mrs. Potter is now i on the stand. Charles II. Ilarviy has gone to Uonon lor a few d.tjh" slay. Hun.v M. Cms- of St. Jnlmslnirv was tin guest yistitda ol Deputy Colli iter hellm New. II. Thursday was u in ord-breuking day In tin- eit) coin t, no less thuii nine casi s being tried. The Urst conviction In the. State of a second oficii-e of lutosicatlon under the new law was obtained''lu the mse of Alftid Connors, who only got out of jail Wt duesduv morning alter serving la senteiK.- for thunk and was rearrested tlie sunn evening. Connors plead, d guilty i to a iliarge nt second nlfense of drunk and was lined R.'i und costs or 3o days In Jail. He chose the latte r und Is now serv- ! lug his lime. Ho wns also found guilty of thumping Mike Doyle and wns lined $e and costs or the alternative sentence in the House of Correction. Mike Dovlo was tried anil fuiii'd guilty ot being in tnxicittd and also of breach of the peace, and was lined S" and costs in each i-nse. Ills bill was tlxcl at Hui. D.-iu ProMlt. Jr.. was up i barged with a drunk and was found guilt and lined t'i and costs, lb appealed and furnished hall In the sum ot $') Fred Hrace was also atralgned. charged with both drunk and breach of the peace, lie was found guilty In eat h tasc and sentenced to pay a line of and tests m ertcM case. He appealed and tarnished ball In the sum of Jll. George. Pnilso and Hen Deri, k, who were ar raigned charged with stealing J.'s from .1 V. Stew ait. pi 'ailed not guilty and werr bound up In the sum of for ap pearance before tin- September term of Franklin i ottniv i ourt. Tlie death occurred at llurdwlck on Tliurstl.i', ot Mrs. Erin st R. Fletcher, who for several years was a resident of this city where she was well and favor ably known. The wedding of Miss Anna Louise Janes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Janes and George C. Douglas of Worces ter. Mass., will take place at the home of the brides parents on Tuesday April 7 at 2 o'elot k p. in. At the foiutll annual quarterly confer ence of the Methodist Church, the follow ing olhcors and committees were elected: Hoard of slewauls, the Hon. A. D. Col llu, the lion. Chaunccy Temple, Harmon Vernal, Isaac T. Herman. L L. C. Rest, Edward G. Place, Cyrus G. Newton, Loren T. Greene, Arthur C. S. Heemaii, Nelson .1 Hunt, Oliver W Rrewer. Fred A Col lins and C'hurle- W. Janes, district stew ard, the Hon. I'huuiv oy Temple; treasurer and recording steward, L. I. C lb s' , committee on mp sinus, James Chynoweth, Mrs. o, 11, Johnson Mrs. E. F Hurvej, Mis A C S neem.ip and Miss Roll. Miller, committee on Sundui si hool Mi" W. S, tilling .w Mrs Ollvtf Un w, i Mrs i barb -- Futon, U J Urnsh i I James M Colpas coiumltt'r mi li.it 1 1 Dover. N. J Nov. 12th V . I hnd both liver and kldnev trmil ovei tunc year.-. I trbd II'" In t ft i lap In Washlngt in. D. ( '.. T 1 1 1 -. . r Cincinnati and Chicago, hut teie-ived ve nule benetU'untll I ennmienrid t.i. your great kidm v. Iiv r a i Hi lt.r ' n edy. Swamp-Root A 'l t i iK. c He . bottle I notiied .mil.- i ' i ii g when Islied ine thai at last I 'i i I'n id tie ,i imdleine. I contii" . fu mm w i Swamp-Root for fur n. s ,,, i th's time tn Hi it, -a.1 i -k'd in, iiiient In mv h.-ali'n i .i ' r 1 It'll sati-lied that I v is ired lo t , 'ie poMive bcveuul .. i, or i , ,,, ,1, when In Chicago durn g .1 . 1""- I w I to the Columbus Medf .ii I i 'mi, i tor v i 11V: Plate Pi . 'mil hnti , ni 'imk a thorough and mini let' mieiosi "lo- ,il -iiialnntlon which showed my kiilmv- 1 liver to be perfectly will and In iltii' . Ex-Mayor of D'.vei, N. J. dutlng tho night. ITnlfalthy kidneys cause rhei'ni iti-.ni, gravel, catarrh of the bladder, pain nt dull m he In tin 'a Joints and muscles; makes your In ad .nlc-and I -k e , cui-es indigestion, stomach and liver trouble. ou i n s low, yellow complexion, makes you feel as though you had heart trouble, you may have plenty ot ambition, m t 1 strength; get week and waste away. Tin- i are- for these troubles i Dr. Kline r's Sw tm -Root, the wot Id-famous kldnev rt nicely, In taking Swamp Root von afford natural help to Nature, lot Pw urn -R i s i lie- mosi p.-ifeet healer and gentle did to th" kidin ; a tn.t is known to the medical science. Temple and A. G. Reardsley; commit tracts, Mrs. E, Fol.-otn. Mrs. R. p hop. and Mrs. A. A. Parmnl-c : . .mi lee on ti-mperaiKo l'r,..i . Cnllu. .n I- II. Cobb. II. W. R. its M s.- Eti i Pu and Isaac T. He.-niati. . onunittee ,.m ,. e.itiiin, i'ratii is ti. ..,u Ms l. T Meigs, Mis Alberta R. imci. Mr V. 3 Meigs and Miss np,, ,,(. , , ..mmiti. Freedman's Alt! and p.i i" i ill society; Willi., m U i:r .vv i nil. i Rrew. t. Loieti I lir. lla-k . Green.- and c. C s .nu. -, o ,1 mic ,, t on church tet ords i w .1 n. i on parsonage and ii.rint ,v. Aid sock t v . coiumitt " . i ..int., II,. 1. . r. 'i -l t; i ..I d r s s i ml 11 ir 11 1 I II Fi 1 vv iiu.im G. Jlnnvn K w n- l Nelson J. Hunt i W.J i - a i . .t i It. . , oi nt r Collins, c minute. . A. D. Collins. 1, L. i Vernal, c'liunitii. .. nuts, the Hon. Cham,. Collins and A. c P on sui i.-iini utal .-.M- i 1 5. N-wt tmni'i'. Plat e. i .11111111 1 oil the I Lm. . 'h.iuiu , New-Inn I mi' s I "in i, rd as superintend, in , ntel Ml.-s Addle King Kpw.irth L.-agiie Tli shewed th. i bur. h ,, prosp. i oi s enndit em. I'll. St Alb.ll.s I Inn a 'l'lu.i I tie rung S n i-i I. ".in in th" i It v h.il1 I ii ' mat, Ml id Mr- is r ii- ' 1 1n I.' ,vl i A , ' VI s ll P i la - ! Si i ' '' ir asui rs - ,11 a 1 all' Hie s.iel' ...tv aftci The r-i and the were re.ul ' ensuing President a-r- .niii lie! a i ' v II , lei i M Pi s.i 1 1 1 it shut -eeivt.irv on hum .in literatiuo fl Oflneis lm- tl e! ' tod as follow - John I. P, wall M.ymnur II W' nisi vlre-pres: ul second vie Dr J I Paiket. -i lelary. Mi- 1 Pel kins. I 't-respniiding seeiet ir . I C Pmiili- ttensiir. r. pevmuur 11 VV , executive ei'iiiinitt. . , Mrs. Full, r I P Mrs. Alti.tl A. II. ill, Mrs Arthur W i -mole. Dr .1. C. Parker and Mrs .ul e F. Child-: auditing ciimmlttce. Mi- p den P Watson. Mrs. Dan F. Chan! i Seymour 11. l.l The society is t nourishing condition with a tr h.n of cash nn band mil has uceoniplish i gr-at .1ii I of g,."d practical wmk s e Its organlzalloii The citv council held n lenpthv 1 Monday night, in nle a nuinber of api'o. "t nients to othcer and transacted . ".st i slle biflness. Alderman E. M Mali f vvi'i-i' on. was iiiminntd by tin nii -ii .i confirmed by the t mint II as t'uef if police, and J. F. .Mnhouev and Pitri I ergnld were nnpnintt'll pole em. n i t m.i.vor and conllrtutd bv tin- .inn . teslgnntlon of John W. Rv-.n- from I i. b.iiid of listers was accepted n I ll'lll' I'.. KeontlU was clectt'il to Mil f vainniy. Keenan and D. P. Dai furl t weti nominated for the place, t at li i ii-lvinp three votes nud the mavor i k the deciding vote lor Keeunn. The r sn, niition of M. C. G irey as truant oil was ncceptt'il to take effect April I I health olhcer the toiincll voted t. . ouuneiiil to the State hoard of In ait li tl appointment of Dr. A. A. Claflin Co! v A. Hall was present In the Interest A. W. Clark and presented a petition i" tabling I'd signature", endorsing Mi. ( i lor the position of superlntetult in wntei. Chairman Rlake of the tip committee made the following recomn datluiis for appropriation for tlie v and thuv wui" accepted am) adoptt I tolliws Salaries. $2,2im; lire depurtni. 'jvirt cniv of park, 22'i: printing and s- i tionei. "ii"; seliools. !t,!iv".so-, ihaitit s and corrections. $l,'i. water department, bills. "2.i; water department pay rolls, l,tnv ooartl ol public works, bend ed debt. $l!),v.iij."ri, tnterrst on bonded debt, t7.:.'v7S city propeitv. JI.'.VO; city court, 'k; police department. il.u0; health of I'.cer fc s, $ioo, street lights, $i,i ltsnt tup and care of tho town clock. $lfti Mcmorltl day, iV: cuttstandbig btllj, ii 5tS,lii. mlsi't llaneous t) H'"I, State tax I"" State hlFhwny t?s- Jl.s.H Stat school tax. 2,0."j.li, lei-al servurs, i.v Interest on temporary 'onus 'i) pu lorn. S.iim -oniuv tax lo-Pital tl i Tot tl $! l G3ti.-' ! Parti tit w is .1 rt iet as U the Poor Hot 'C 1 ul i) Til ot was ai'lhoiued in ibaw ,i vv in- t pi. '. I i