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1HE BURLINGTON FREE PRFSS; THURSDAY. MA.ROIT 10, 1W.
3 IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand Boston, March 0. Choice frosh creamery butter is la moderate supply nnd prices have strengthened. 1'ooior Vradeo ure quiet nud easy. The quota tioua ure: Northern creamery, roiiud lotH, !U&2Ufeu; western, Siiibi'i-'b'e; Ver mont dairy, L'o&L'L'e; renovuted butter, 174110c. There is a little llrmcr tone to the market for choice fall niaUe twins, but Uiiouttlons ure not chanced. Hound lots, Vermont twins, U&l'Jc; New York twins, UVuUW.h:; Liverpool Is quoted lower nt -lis 0d for white and 00s M for colored. UgKS dropped still lower, but cold weather stint-lied up prices, a little. Tlu market Is linn at: Choice nearby, Ho U-ui; easterii. '2?c; western. IM&il-'.ii-. JJeaiis arc ilnn and nucha nul. Car load lots, pi a, S-MUn-'.-n: iiu-diuni, .f-'.'JO U-M-Tij yellow eyes, yn.e.O'iii.S,,; nil kid neys, .Hayji.Hi; California Miuill white, ::.).-; :.."(); fuii'inn pea and tne flhmi, si.': jobbing prices lil.hcr. The decline In the apple markets abroad caused several carloads of apples designed for export to be thrown on this market. The result has been nn easier market, with a moderate de mand. Cline,. rrull is held firm, bill me dium and ordinary pees slowly. Tin1 quotations are: Ktnp, Will; linld ivins. $. t-:j.l-: c;.oenlti;s, i.'J.V..l; llnbbard'-tons and Uurlhiirts, .! ."m. Z'S', pound and Tolmaii sweets. 8 1. .Hi Sii.'-.'..; northern spins. 2'tV,; Virginia York Imperials, .:!.ri(Ii:t..-0; No. i. all prudes, i-t .r0Ci-. Cranberries arc unchanged, choice nape fruit sclllni; at .y per lix and S'My.i Iter bbi. .Jersey cranberries arc quuted nt .V-.." jier bx. Strawberries sell nt 2.VH0e per qt. Lower prices are quoted on potatoes as sprin;: iippi-oai-lus, though the mar ket is not o cr-siipplletl. The (imita tions are: Aroostook lielirnns, IKJ'n !),"o; (reeii mountains, D.ViiuSe: Dakota reds, UOc; sweets, Jersey, double heads, ?2'!i-t. Ceh ry Is very linn at: Pascal, $2fft, 2.1i(j per do.; Boston market, per doz. Onions nrc llrm at: Spanish, large erts. SH.50: natives, 51.50 per bu; bbls, SfSC'ia.fiO. Cucumbers sell at .f-Jn per bx. Yellow turnlpsaro unchanged atS'1.50 per bbl; white Frondi, v-pcHilil; wblte. TficffjSl per bu; beets, .1.."0 pur bu; car rots, $1 per bu; parsnips, .'.no per bu. Marrow Mruuslies arc quoted at $X.r,t: per bbl; Iliibnard, per ton, $70. Cabbage" are higher at S.'t.norfM pei bbl for native; Savoy, per bbl, red f3.oO per bbl. Lettuce is in full supply at l!nc(f?$l.G0 per long bx; radishes, "fie per don; mint, rl per doz; cress, 40c per doz; leeks, $ per doz. String beans are lower at $2.!30Sn.."U per bx for fcrecu. Spinach Is in full supply, native hot house being quoted lower at -SI. ."0?J 1.75 per bu. Southern spinach Is selling nt So per bb and $1.50 per bu. licet urcens are quoted at 75e for hothouse; parsley, ?2 per bu; peppers, W7 riper bu. Brussels sprouts sell at -'2c per qt. Cauliflower sells nt if.'J per crt for California. Pork provisions are again lower, the net decline for the week being about H.fiO per bbl. There Is a continued fairly liberal supply of Iiorr rinding the markets. The quality Is good In most Instances. Prices nave been somewhat reduced, prominent markets averaging about $5.30 per 100 pounds. The winter packing season has now reached Its close and a careful survey of the returns and Indication point to n total of about !,250,OO0 hogs for the western killing for the four months from Nov. 1 to March 1. This Implies an Increase of about 700,000 In numbers, compared with Inst year. Upturns from four of the five large western centres furnishing: monthly stocks of provisions show an Increase of about -10,000,000 pounds of meats, and 511,000 tierces of lard, for the past month, and as coin pared with a year ago a gam of -ISO00.- IUW1 rmntwl..- ff menl-- .,,wl fill Ann .1 I Df laid. Fresh beef Is In full supply, and with a quiet demand prices have eased off about l-4c. I aiabs have been in full supply and prices have ruled easy. lutbns and veals are steady. I.amlw, MiOc; year ling". 5'2iii.-c; muttons, U5i7c; veals, Yn lie. iii market for poultry continues Hi! 1 1 for nil l;iiul. Choice chickens art! k but ordinary stuck, boih chick r s nn row's, is plenty and cheap. 1 lli-M ys arc- stonily. ' urkcys, w estern, P-'olDe. chickens, northern, 1-)tf.l5e; rainy, lSn2(ic; western. Wu 15c; fowls. nin'Miorn. 1 .''i iri.e; wo-teni, H'lillc; hi h VX'.ti 15c; geese, ll'iil'Jc. '1 he w'.rnt market lias been very er ratic during the past week. The ex Ireme range on the .Mny option In the Clmago market wa bile to .Sl.O.'i .'; , the lower pri. e being made KrUlny' l,uti r there was a slight lenctlon. the market dosing firm. 'J li(. Hticiuiitlons liavi been sharp, the tendency being hi favor of the shorts most of the lime Naturally, aft. great a decline th,,,.,.' Is a sentiment of caution n the matter of selling for short account, while tip. Increase, especially In the Interior rrlpK remains against eonriileiuo the long side of the account. While the milling demand for wheat In this coun try contliiii' s large It has been showlii" some shrinkage of late. Cro" -auditions have not been snlh factory The latest oltichil Intelllgeiie. on the crop situation (Mureli 1) Iiad monientnry effect, being regarded as of bullish purport, but latterly such re ports as have been received have been to the effect that the winter grain U likely to enter the spring season in pretty good shape, after nil. COHMUHClAIi, Nvir York Proiliire Mnrket. New York, Match 0. FLOlin-Itccclpts 17,774 bbls; exports MS bblB, sales 1A') bbls. Market steady. AVinter li.itetilH fii.lO!3C.tn',B winter ftralghts Jt.S51iri.10! Minnesota patBiits .i.OO'(i5.40; winter extras 3.&K!3.7.'i; Mlaau jota.biikers tl.00ijl.33; wlatcr low guides ityE'KLOUnTli market was dull. fiauk ' u mu5'- onolco t0 twy nj?tf':,XrUcceil,i 3''lJii bu; sales 3.SM,. 0X1 bu futurcsj stiot steady; options had firm opening on demand from shorts (losing Hie net advance. May wn-Mtlo. cioseo vi. iJ-iiie. July 'jilfii.c closed J Mc: Sept., ff.KSISGUc, closed ttVxC COIIN Hecolots Ce.IOO bu; exports 1.062 bu: sales Se.Cn) bu futures; spot steady; option market whllo momentarily firmer at the start with whuat soon weakened and iiiuler heavy offoringH of long stuff logeinor wan aggressive iioar actions, broltn vlolentlv. eloslni? t41?9, tin limr. May CGIif.ic, closed bic; July SjiaMTie, DA'l'K-Itccoltits M.OW bu: cxnorts Ml Ini! sjiet weak. lKKD The mnrket wns quiet to-day. Sprlnjt bran. $:3(ia.C0; lnlddlings Il.r: citv. Z 5WK),00. UATha mnrket was quint to-day. fehlpiilng, fiMiTfie; good to eholie. !.Vjn.0.",. llinl'ri Market (Inn; Texas dry, 21 to SO lbs., at t.'c; Oalveston, "i) to a", lbs. nt lSe, falllornlu, 21 to 25 lbs., at 19c. WOOL The murket was tlrm to-day. lJnr.ietlr fleece, 2J.1i.i2r. JMIKI' StcaiJyj family Jll.OVftU.CO; mess l5.0fiTitt.no: li"el haniH fW.MK? J2.00: pack i t S.O.wy 19.50; city extra India mess Jla.W HMT.S0. t,.ltn-Viis easy; western steamed, J' 1". reMned easj continent (i 10; H. A., v..V.. ('impound t('...S7'f'i7.0. I'dltK Tlte market was steady to-duv. l iuilly SI ; short clear, $li.(val7.W; mess W 7.Vi17.:"i. HM'ATi .f'S'-at. ady; Long lsWnd $3.(0 .,tri' .Iir.-PV K7'!fS.S5: Jerev sueem ii,n.iv; M.ue uiui wemcrn saolto uvirf " i.'i-TiM-it i?t:i.ivn c.i,. ...o.i v... Ycrl. .t.'r,; I'liil.idi.-lphia and lialtlmuro t'.'- .In. In imlk jo (Vi. TALLOW W im dull: city ($2 .r pkg) ."i;. . ci.iiniri (itli'JJ free) r.i;i... i "ol'l'KIt -Market nominal' brokers, ::". Cut! :r t lilo was dull; No. 7 li'Wiirv 7',e, iidl.i -le.uly; Coidova Svi' 3' .c The imii It, t f.ir i offee 1 U tin es upen i.l 1 . 1 1 1 - .il nn iii- t I prices to a ile iliac (iv m im umkr liiiuldatton. VI. cIom1 w.i .''leiy at dnclhu. of to ikiIiiIv ,,. A'., i I. in ironer.illy 5 pi. mis In r tci .1 p bus lilirhi.r. Sales Wile re p.iitiil oi 17.. .i I. iu'-. Iiu'luillne: April, .il l.'i; Mi .i : X: i :,.$, .Iul. at r..'. S..t. 7 ' '.' ; lice, ?'ii.V.n;.!0; Jan., ." a- i r. . , . SflAU l:. . is llrm: fair rellnlng l.f 1 .i. il. "f. test. ' 'He inn- 1,IS'I Nn. i;. J! !" 1' '' .iil.e: W I I .." lelllKIt Miliar ste.i.K. , Nn. 7 jlH; No. S, 5.1 M; No. !i, 1 No. U. S3.), No. 12, i.:. ,.7". N'(i. II, W.i.1; eonfee ! ' ' imvilil a. St.'i); cut loaf . .. ..lir. puwi'.. rid JI.K; gruiiu- , cubes, $1 "P. I iii it. d jl NICW -iOI'.K LTV!" STOCK MAItKr.T. Nt w York. Afarch !. 1 I"' 1.1 1 VI S -lie I'clpls 2.f,.'i; head: sleors I 1 iv; lK'iu nulls and nsl- : ill. I union cous J0c lower; steers , . i . line Im i ves nilired; stags1 .1 i mi: nulls i.oe; cos i , hi. mil hamri d: .-, l timi'iitst :. I i nil. ill' beel. ' f.'l SlP'lilv I . "7 i -Imp and O.liM ipiartei'M M l t.".-i: held; veals . HtlV c,iles slow; 11(1 i.i ii I'lihcs; veals fl.Oii'.i. sir, 'Mirny .til or v &.." . tit 1 1. Mil'. I - I , ' I. ,rl. I. N M l!rf ltecelnts 1.1 W Slin.l' A '. t lie. .1- mi. i p 'no' Inn's i3e higher; sheep f.r,"MH: no choice lice: culls flUiMi." 2."ij lanili.s W.iir.iiij 7.".: y .n-llngs V."o. Hi .GS-C i.-tpis -Mil li. iid; llrm; good state hugs s'.'i i;i; t"i. CHICAGO PltOlU'CK MAltKKT. Clilcago, March D. i'he lrp(1ie". fmiires t li d is follows. WIIK T M VI'1.. S( pi. Ci ilN-.M,ih I'll . Sept. P' 1 1. rs-Mny. : July, iA3i,e; old, May. M'.L-c: July, .lu'y, ."S'c; fept., bbl) May, $1.1.771,; May, $7.30; July, e, old. .. ;,'.c; mkss romc lull . M I 00. (Per I A I ID (Per 100 lbs) ''SHOUT ItlHS-Sldes J .'.I.-.: Julv, J7.LT',i. l.'.'sh ijuut-itlons: V ilHAT-No. '.' spring ' 'e. No. 2 red '.nVi'Ke. (loose) May SSTitCc; No. 3, I'Ht.V No. . -KHiine; No. (ATS No. IS jifjiXic; No. I yellow TA'. I! white ."k'.'1 "I-. c. HVi: No. 2. (VV?,r,;,.. HAULI'Y-Good feeding 3STJ 10; fair to (hoice midline; 4r,TiV,c, l'LANSl..PD No. l, $l.n$; northwestern, No l. 1.H. TIMOTHY PITKD-Priiiie, VX. M'-:SS I'OHK- Cl'er lhl)-$r, 7MT13.S71'.. 1 ltn-(l'er 1l lbs)-7.10fl7.ir. SHOliT HI I '.S fides (loosei-yr, -7', .( 7 !',.. KIIOCLDLRP Dry salted (boxed)- SlDHS-fhort clear (hoxed)-7.3Si7.rrt VIII.SKi:-(ti.isls of hii:hwiiics)-il.u,S. on the prodiKe exilrincc to-dav the butter market was (pilot and easv; ( ream erles, W,t'j3'.c dairies. lSU'.'le: eggs steadv at nark, (ases Included, lTiilS'-e; cheese, ttate ste idy, !i' ItiK.o. LOSTJN COI'PKIt MAUI'T. ltoslon. March i. Tl'e trade In the local copper market to-dav was narrow, dull and unhiteriat Intt with a weak closing. ntTTTHIl AND CHKHSK MAKKKT. J'Obton, Man h 1. UlTTTnrt Klrm; northern, creamery. 'XiiX'-s : western, 2s5i0-'lc, Vermont dairy Wi-'c. C1I13KSI3 Klrm; Vermont twins, JJfy 12i . THE COTTON MARKET. New York, March 0. Cotton futures opened sHoiik; March, M.","irti hi."!; April, l,',.tirJ'i10.li); Mav. JlflM; June olTtaed $10.20. July, ia.2;, "August, Jl."i.fli). Soot, offered Sl.tS'J; Oct., tl2.75; Nov, SU4."i'rM2.1S, Dec., JhMr,: spot elosC.,l qnlet, pi points higher; middling uplands. $lC.6j, middling gulf, Jlfi.CO; sales, none. Hathorne 4 Nash, AGENTS I'or flip rny rnnliiK Umpire Cream Sc piirntorw, 'I'lie Vlmplrr I'omlly con sists of three members Nos. one, two and four. Thcro Is no occupation more noblo or grand then that of making butter on a Vpoiiunt Kami, but you anii(jt do It rlgbrfor protlt and for gain until you join the Ibnplic I'ainllj- and nnest In an r.niplre .11 ni-li 1 1-. .Send for CataloKUo and learn all about tho Gin P I re laoillj. A DKOl' IN LOGS. With Hie spriiiK-like wiatln r the first part nl the wi ek, the bei..s not on to tlmlr job.- a bull nnd .is a n sup there was u sh.itp (In llii.' in the price of eggs, which now rei.nl at ::u cents a doz. n, a drop of in eints within n wvi k. The wholesale, pliic i.i ahout lle cents less. The cou tbiiiid fold tteather down country has in nlo a .-IioiWkc Iii al ly vegetables nnd th. n is a littl lolii(s m t li.tt Hue, al though i i. rlnieiu station loiii iiui.s uru to bo luiil at ;IU eeiils a poninl. Potatoes ,.ii. rei.illing at j; ceiiis a ii.-ik. Not many an being brought to Purbngton just now and ihc Mi!i; ly in souie stons Is lmiitid. '1 I.i y in w..ith S'J u. ids a bwln 1 at wholc-ali. liuiter and i heese and all kli.iK ol nieil are pi'ik tlcally uni hanged in price. p.ii.ui"e of the railroad blo.li a.h s In c,in,ida the supply of Wesiern l,(d Is rimiiii.g 'ow and the price of oils ,id nnal Is likely to go up, iillhi.ujjh tin re is no i l.ai.gc as yet. PROBATE COURT. Ml miliary of Iinsliiess 'rraiisiielrd ilur Ini; (lie Week Ciii'.lni: llareli II, Kstate i f John G. Gibson, liurliiiKton; li ii-- o S( II real estate granted. ICslale o Anthony J. Pine II, sin 1 buine, will provisl; Kali Noonan Piirci-H appohiiid executrix; Walter Palmer and liviiiu Ullloll comiiilssloners and ap piaisi is. la late of IMward S. Whltcnnih, Jerl i ho; sittlenunt of tho acount of tho ad mlnlslratiir. I'.tale of Norrls 11. Millar, KhclhuriK ; will pioved, I'. It. Stoiklard and llinry W. Traiv appointed executoiii: il. I. Goodsell and G. !:. Hm 1 1 D uppolntul eoniinlssloii i is ami npmalsi is. Hsliite id Martha W. T.iwnscnd, Jeri cho: L. 1'. Wilbur ami M. 1 1. Packard appointed commissioners; administrator's inventory tiled. Lstate of James Grlbbin, Milton: Nancy A Grlhhln nppolnted iidmlnlstratrlx. Kstnto of Arthur Mullen, Underhlll; Patrick Mullen appointed administrator; Amos Humphrey and Daniel Mel. ami coin, mlssloners and appraisers. ICstate of Charlotte. Cowan, Shelbiiruo; Jiiiiicr Cowan nud Chailotto Palmer ap pointed administrators. Kstnto of Julia Devoid, Jerlrho; will hied lor probate; hearing on snmo March :3th. Kstnto of Mary Stone, Jlurllngton; com. mlsmlonerH' report tiled. Penholders AT-- TIIR I'HKIJ I'HUSS ASSOf'I.VTIOV. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from 2d rage.) ilny morning, Mr. Cooley, who was St years old, bad been enjoying Rood health until about 10 lays ago when ho was nl liu'kcd with a seveic caso of acute Indiges tion, tie had seemingly nearly recovered from this, however, and yesterday morn ing when bis son, George Cooley, with whom he livid, went to his father's room as usual to see how ho fell, be found him dead. The body was still warm showing tint he had Just passed away. Mr. Cooley was a native of Georgia, where ho was bora on March -I, 1S20 and It Is a peculiar coincidence that ho dint on his birthday. He was married to Miss Adelaide Johnson about CO years ago, his wife dying in ISA lir i. sutvhed by two sons, George nnd Jteulion Cooley of Georgia. The funeral was held from his late homo nt one o'clock on Kmi lay afternoon. William It. Andeison Is seriously til nt bis home on Diamond Ftrcet of grip, with i iijioiimont:, enmidlentlnns. Mrs. Mary (Walsh) Klnn. widow of John I'lnn, passed away il the hoiue of her son. J ilui .1. t'lnn of Newton stre.-t, Tmsilav innrnlmr. aftrr a few ilayr' ill ncs of the grip In the 71th vear of her age She Is survived by ten clnldieu, James, John T. Michael C. and William II. Kim df this city, nnd Mts. John Owiie''. Mm Georr.e Johnson, Mrs 'I'hnnias C'otistaiitliie. Mrs. William Cur ley. Miss Nellie Kinn and Miss Fiances i'lnn of llutl.ind. The funeral will be laid from St Marv's ('huicli at nine o'( Im 1; this in. a , 1 1 . , v. Tin r.ri-l ci e in be tried bv Jury at this term of Ki iiiitlhi cumty curt is that nf J. C. Dndlfv s the Coiilliicnt.il Case i!ty omipU'iy. whi !i I- now c.i eilp.i inir the alle'ltlea of t'ee curt. The o:r of M. (' l"lc n, ndmltilstr.itiir of the est ite of A. L. Ii'iliiir, v.- lb" Central Vcrtnont Rail way company, has been settled and dis continued VI, e spoeli! train carrying the St. Al bans men (ni'i'-ed In 1 1 1 wreck n..ir Norlhli.hl Tie sd ly mornliv; arrived h. :n fit 1:10 yesterd ly afteri oon. Wllll im M in. che-ter. who wis the worst Itijuifd w is tnlieti to the b.i'-ptt.il and Liifrbiei r Fred Trndeau nnd John lion. nan, Couditelors l-'dwaril Kenl and Genrge Klo,- end Lrnlicmen W. I. r-lier and lioy Leleeter were tnlien in their hnfe Mai tin G irl ind. the brakein'in who was kill. !. Is siitvh.'il !" a wife and three Miiall .hlldien. He lhed at the cori-i r of L-.il5. and South Kim st loots. MONTGOMERY. II. J. Ruhlee has returned from Poston. Dean 11 Scott has moved from Hill Wnt Into the bouse with his father re cent Iv a(ii tcl by Henry Mestla who moved to Hroslutrgh Mrs. Lean ler Pl-ln i has returned from a vWt with relatives in South i:oyallon,-Mrs. Homer Karrar and elnldren ar- colng In bousekei ping at P.iehlord Krin st Combs has bought the house formerly owned by his father, the lute John Combs. BAKERSFIELD. This community was saddened by the death of Mrs. K. N. Wells, which oeeurri d Moi.d.'iv. Maieh 7. at I a. m. 'Mis. Wills had been si rlously III for sevi ral weeks with liver trouble. She was Is years old. and the daughter of I'. G. Nutting, the vderan stage driver betwi en St. Albans .ml this town. She is survived by a bus bard, father, stepmother, three half sis. tir.1 and two hal,' brothers, and a lane ciiclo of friends in this town and also In Lynn Mass.. where she formeily llvisl. Her loss Is mourned by one and all. for she was a kind, christian woman, and a friends to all. The funeral was ledd Wednesday at two o'cloek. A sou was born Krhlay, March 1 to Mr. and Mis. W. O Stint. Mrs. C .M. Chi. maiiN of Massachusetts is 'n town, called here by the illness of her slstr r. Mrs. P. N. Wells. .Misses Lena and Maudo Mareette are visiting relatives In Kair licld. Mis. Wheeler Stone is very danger ously ill. HIGHGATE CENTER. Miss Lillian McKenney nf Swanton was In town over Sunday, the gm st of Mrs. Kllyabeth Schoolcraft. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mis. n, J. Cutler Wed ncsday of last week The rending circle will meet with Mrs. K, A. Lab Tues day cunlng. Mniih Honn r W. Dur kee, youngest sun of Joseph Durkee, died Thursday. Minh at Hanover, N. 11.. of brlgbt's ilUean'. The burial was in the Kpisoopal cemtery here Sunday '.March C The woman's auxiliary of at. Johns Kplscopal Cburdi will meet nt the home of M. L. Loukes nn Canada street Thursday afternoon. A ton wus born to Mr. and Mis Arthur Ilosseau Saturday. March 3. Mrs. K O. Nye, who has been seriously 111 for the past two months al thu homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hnrr. has so far recovered aa to be able to return to her home. ENOSBURGH FALLS. The .Ladles' Aid of tho Methodist Church will meet at the vestry Kridny afternoon Mar. It. Supper will be served nt the usual hour. The Home Mission Hand and Mothers' Jewels will meet with Miss Jieth Hurt Saturday nfter noon at three o'clock. The funeral of Mrs. John Willry was held at tho house Satur day nt li::ia o'clock. The liev. l. p. itfcrson officiated assisted by the Hev. G. W. Hunt. The Initial was in the Main st red cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. llby obi rved their golden wedding anniver ""irv the y.lh of last December In the home Mhi re lln.y have lived iieailv half a eentnrv. Mis Wllley Is survived by her lnisi.in l two dauabter.s. M s. a. J".. Shufdt of 1 erkshlre. Mrs. A. W. Smith i oi .wnitii i rinklln and two .mis John c. , of Itleliloro and Crank who lives on the I liouie latm She also leaves four hi others 'nnd four "1st. rs -Mrs. M. lain.lei'vllle who h s In ill a few wicks died i Si till .1 iy 1 1 i Kilt . Tue-dav at ti n r. i-t Kilrll.., town. The It, -v. t.ast 1 erkshlre. Tho Inner il w is held o. lock. Harold Ciott of Is visiting relallMS In II K Jellersoii went to f mini .y to ofllclate at tin of Hoe, film ni Pet 1 riejon. th f ill', r out lis Hie Hei S P, tej on l.'no: ,iu- It morinnu. He ' i I and s)i -.1. ne of West filed 1 1. id ea" irtlv -if sjtdib nlv Sunday I i-eiil fast as u iMilred. The fut n r.il was held ,.n, s. dav al one n'rloek li.lk. rslleld Is th e.rlbur Hhum. Mi-s Anna 1-h.i'M of Kiiist of her brother GEQHGIA. Air. nnd Mrs. Ilenrv roolev startcl Krl dnv to attend the funeral ,,f hi., lirnthrr, lienben. Wh.'n tear D.itii. 1 I'allaidV the sh if slewed and lippul o,r, tluminr the'ii bolh out. All-', t'uoli y Mtst.ilntd a fi dun ot I he collar l..,i' and briii-cd ber rluht side and shoulder. Dr llolromhe w.i- i ailed. .She Is is comfortable be expected. us en WEST ENOSBURGH. J r. IlOL'tie, a Bed 7t years died very r-uildenlv Rundiv mornlnij of hciit fa li me He wiih appal, ill Iy) iik well ns u-ieil lb wii iilone In the loom at tin- time other members of the familv In arln.; a neii-e. entiled the loom and found teat be bad fallen froie bis diilr and was '' i l lie b- survived b oiio sl'ter, Airs. 1 .ii i l.l Hitchcock, of lids place. Tin, niti eral was held Wedn. -day alteration iioni the hnnse, tho Itev G. W. Hurko oihcl.it iu. Mrs. II. J. I, nine and ilaiiKhter, l;lsie of Knst Hhcldou. were In town Sun-day--D. T. l.iow of Itlchroid wis in town Faliirdiy and Sniuhiv.-.Miss Klbel Cioft of Hast Kalrlleld Siiiiday at the homo of her unelo A. I . Croft. WEST BERKSHIRE. Dr. P. S. Hutchinson of Knosburnh Palls was called ill council with Dr. c. U. Johnson Thursday in the ease of Jnme.i Collins, who Is seriously 111 with pneii. omnia. Gerald Jones Is ill with tho ineii-lf s. Mrs. Itaclne of Canton, N v., who has been vl-ltlni; at the home of her slslrr Mrs K. A. Austin for ovi r two mouths, has returned lo her home -.Miami Mrs V H .lollev very pleasantly en tertained frl.uids with whiit Siturday evenln The prlrc Winers wero D, O. Hnrlcson and Miss r Annlo llowen Mrs c. A Hull Is lsdiliit; her parents, Air and Mrs. A S, .Merrill at Knst Kali Meld . Mrs Cull Austin nul two ihlhlri u went to I.yun, Mass, Monday, when she will Join her husband, who Is employed In a grocery store. Mrs. Levi Goodhue Is at Htiosbtirgh I'Vills helping cara for her brother, Krank nialr, who Is III with typhoid fever. GRAND ISLeToUNTY ALBUROH SPRINGS On Wednesday evening there will bn a social at Mr. Androw Carman's for the benellt of the Methodbit Church. Mrs. McNeil of Lebanon, N. n., has sold the house and lot which she owned hero to Miss Kllza Gibbon. Dr. Rogers, who occupies the house, will give possession this spring- Mr. and Mrs. Henry l.add went to Grand Isle to spend Sunday at Mr. Herbert Ladd's. ALBUROH. Groige w. Sabre has reittrrnl from a two nirkv si. iv in rro Idem-e, It, J. Tho "Ladles Guild" of tin I'jplseop.il society held a soii.il at tit-- ici(icticc of t J, Pabre Thursday afternoon. Mrs. II. H. Darby, who h s been ill, Is able to bo about. Miss ('ma Arnold, who has been slik al 11 G Jaiiu son's, his returned to her school in tho Ihaytoii district. Mrs. 15. lioh.iiinun end h-r d, lighter, Mrs. Washbuiii at" Improving.--Mr. and Mrs. 1'. 1.'. Jameson leave this week for tin Ir in w home In Sw.ir.ton. The household clti ids of the Hie Mr". Nancy l. n. 1 wir, sold at auction Minh .".Mrs. Abre A. Demi Ids. in nf I,, inli v. X. V, was the guest of Mis. II W. M irwn l..sl w.i-U. GRAND ISLE. ''here was ipili t weddini' Tliiit-.!i , '!. v. Mi MiUi l at the . neie Ulllli-I Ihodi.- t p-in. i''h' n i H'h le.ll 1 1 ice ... Child., and Mrs. M,ld.. -on S i.i Dr and I l'.i I . b -ii ! ilu'i 1 to l'olsi'.mi : . l lC.itbr . n. w ri . ( .ill ill nd I !i fun. r..l of Moiir e -T''e 1. 1 lj. s' ow.ui w ery hiII i I he s' ite of th lUuhl club me t . I id .1 .i as I'd luni , el- ili' Iplllellle.' 11! Col -elit Tile next met l ;. i !oi don's ii"xi S. tni'- llle trade t be (lis. st Nio,. .,i,l it- A'i-Cldl..- i . n ill ill ,. I l'en Uni in. 1- . a rim; : 'on is !'i c , : 1 1 i Dougl.i- Ai i lianib mlt ets Pdanu -Mr. Lewis ' d lllto t lie bouse he k Tlriugs's n, ar lb" I it" !' r-nm Is nt her 1 Ids ni'e,., i 'h ii ' AM : t II C At rll.'.ddt iiui-lii. 1" . Is -The Sat' n Mr. Miller's u..l ' Ci ilgll umie w. 1 i .i.r able to I , inj, is to leal I' i' y ev. nluj-. .11,1 ciisvihI I.-. ATv I thor "Mis. Jul In r dau."!iter. All. fer her - .At i :. Ids recent Mine". has moved to Ki Lninlmru has m. vi.eatnl on K Is'-md Villa.- Mr- brother's. S. Ke r.' Ids's Sle poor health News has In Is III (Uite tl leeil.el that 1'llas Afoonev Im nn rly from Ibis lratiled In Lowell. town. Alass. soon to b SOUTH HERO. Mr. and Air-'. Si. pb n W..d.Worth ten dered Clark Wnd-worth an 1 bride a re ception Tuesday lunimr. Alardi 1. The Academy closes 1'ndav for a week's va cntl Hi. P.orji no I ii.iigherty closed her term of school at Grand Isle Friday, Alaich I. Arthur Allen i ntert .ined sev eral of his friends at bis home Wednes day evening, Alardi J I'loin January " to February II the Smilh Hero ('teainery association iccelved 1V7..C7 pounds of milk; number of pounds of butter made, s,:).:j; average price per huudrtd for I per cent, milk. W cents nihil l.andon clo-... her school at Grand Isle Saturday There will bo no services al the Catholic Chinch Sunday, Alarch 13. ISLE LA MOTTE. The social at K. S. rieitrv's was well at tended. About $ was received and u pleasant time was ei jojed by all present. No Mi ense was the i.ite at town meet-Irc.-Aliss Gertrude Hall and Iia Hull visited In lilehfoid list week Airs, lb Iena Teliucy has l.ee.n vlfitlng in Kee.-e-ville tho past week. A literary society has been foimrd in ccmueetinn with tho Ladles' Aid society, different ladles having' It In charge each week. The Woman's Homo Allssionaty society met with Airs. Allen Hall Friday, March I. Considerable wnik was done and a pliasant afternoon was spent -N. W. Kik has letuiind to New York and from theie he and Alr Kisk will leave tor Cuba for a 1", dins' trip N V. I'l.-k has reiently bought a line male deer from Austin Corbin's farm in New Hnmpshin , Ni l.-on Pardy of f'haay was in town last w.ek on busi ness. LAMOILLE COUNTY BELVIDERE. Oliver H. 1'otter, an aKed and respected citizen of this town, died Kebruary L'7, aged S3 years and ten months. The fu neral services wero nt his late home, where he has resided for the past 27 years, the Ilev. G. II. Hunt nlllei.itina. The deceased had been a llfc-lomr resident of this place. He Is survived by a wife and eleven children. "7 nr.indclnldren, one brnthir, DwlKht Potter, one -i.-ter. Airs. Sally Alb n. Tin re weie t. u ebildien I priscnt at the funeral. The Interment was I at the Center cemetery. William S.'ollehl Is on the sick li-t. Dr. Hyde of Pakers- , tldd Is atteinlun; him - Hansom Scolield has moved fr.mi S nUh'-i!,. aim Harney Knowltou's house and be has inovi d Into the Thomas I hem house Hay I'roekir and bieitlur and sister of is'orth Hyde Puk ate vlsitlnt; tlulr sister. Airs. Gus tlne Smith. WOLCOTT. J.mle f'bapman lias been ill with toti-sllltls.-AIts. Hriest H .'ford .,.tcr.- AI s. J. W Porter h i- pone to v, rgi ones. cal'... I thin by the ilim -s of In r mother -Jeiry Golden has moled to Cr.ifi-huiv. wl.ere l.c bis pm-ch is. 1 a tarei 1.-wis I'linrn He Is 111 with pneuiii..i.; i hut Is reported as on the iraui W. t'. tc pit Wedr.esdiy mnrnini; lor Ni w 1 1 unpshli'a., Wlnru ho has emnloyaeut. JEFFKEGONVILLE. Vile S hM'i '-rt i eveiilnu. who i nn ,ii ti. lUM1- 1 , In, . r ibe ao-pi, . , ol i' . w a 1,11 p. a . n tow lo ill. i d W Va. on n. .Mi 1 dae :het fr. in il.io lei ol' Mr w 'm be. n Impi'ov I til: -- Mi :. . .1 ion 1 ion is I hii cl.i r J , - p.. I w. i k w Ob lb. I.a.ili s' Aid : i i. I' A n i-nir I bo-e fi oia out w.n . Mr and Mis II. and Airs -: rn m II :, 1! ,rllni,ton - 'I'h. b'tl ani'i Mr . . i i f I vi i y rion-tv si k. I -Dwifbt Wii lams ol i I -itlne, lo r brolhi r. Pie Hubbard w I o -in nt tb h s r oilier. Air.! turn, d lo Ni w V u-obne Ab id li.o. . . rl, ( it y. Carro l .In lei" nun lo llii-lon, win re p!o inelit. . W. Smith a bu-tness tilp lo Cabol lelll" I Airs. I ' iroline Mi in- 1.- n- Hielilly tool; Dav llimi; has ."Is firm lor Ine years - Tin Woman's t'hri.-tiiu Tem pi ranee union will met I with .Mis. Ab. lb W.llil III tip! pal'soll.IKe 111 Xt TbUrsd.lV al lliice o'elncli 111 tin. aftci'iioon. Th nd.'. iiiriii .1 annual mei thnr of the iVn -teiy asoelatlon will meet with Mrs. Joel M. il'Mis next TlllllSil.ll m (wo o'i loci: lo elect thu officers for tho on suiiin vear. JOHNSON. Phllo Davis, an old and respected citizen or this town, died of piieiunoal.i ..ml other complications Friday, the 1th, and Thurs day his wift who bad hi en In poor health for scveial years died. Air. Davis wns a veteran of the Civil War. one of (he thst to enlist fioin H.ikrrsllelil In Co. G, nd Vermont. Their fi ral was laiKely at tended Sunday ntternoon and both wtro hut led In ni. Brave. Dr ! eer Prcntls and wlfo ure rejoicing over Hie birth of a son There are sev eral caws of pneumonia In town. Harold, yonnaist son of I.. M. .lores was bulled Alondav - W. C. Doaue Is quite sek, also Alls Jnelo I.. Pierre. Mr and Airs. O. G. ltilck and Mrs, Wllllim Collins - Airs. I. D. l'earl Is very much bettir. -w. II Btearns has rented his fnrm to his SOn, .rolm, for tho eomlne year Airs r m Wateibury has pncumoala.-Aliss Jjva Stiirtevant was rnlleil home from Unstou by the sickness of her sister. Mrs Water, bun I"ied Putnam, who has beep p P'lnveis Mil .8 the pa ' IkUt months IP spending a few weeks with his famlb h"t'o. G. A. Peake Is nt work for K. A Leland for a few Weeks. K. A. Colledg. has flnllied his logging Job and with hi: daughter lias gone to Lowell for a few days visit. -Ithieksmlth O. II. Howe h now located 111 the Scott shop. Lewis Huberts n is moving to the Saxony mlll hoiiso and will soon commence sawing llin stock of logs there. Glenn Hnymond has gone to the Maty Fletcher hospital In Kurllngtnn for treatment of his hand which was caught in a machine at the tub factory recently. Kurmers are g-ltlAg ready for sugaring. MORRISVILLE. There aro over 40 cases of measles In town. Allss Polly Laker, an ngeil resident of this town, died vi ry suddenly at the lniine or her nlree, Alts. I. O. Andrews of I'nioti street, .Sunday morning. She hnd not been n Hie best of health for some time, but wis silting at the bteakfast table apparently as well as usual when Hie sudilrnly threw up hi r bands and died al most instantly. Aliss Grace Smith Is very 111 with me isl. s at the homo of her f itlu r on Main sir. i I The ease of George Thomas, sou of Air m.d Airs. J. K. 'Ihomas ol Al'iple street. Is mother of the mod severe i as. n ported Th. te are now said to be neatly Go f,;,. from the disc se. HYDE PARK. Khner p. ,k has moved from the Abhie All. n faMn to i larm in Ktnve. Oseai' Wbltiomb slices ds htm on All-. Allen's f. nn. , V. "l'.i Was fee. cd hole Mniidny of the bn-lli of a daughter iKutlil to Ml. and Mrs. .Mm I'ardv at Arlington. Mass. M"s Har.'e . i 1 1 te- r,.lm in1,e! e.l ps All's Dot I ( eler ol 1'is pi icy. STOWE. Vile death , i d ( iltin n ..I M He- low, i :.. AH. Th-e I. Jon . T'.om.n, a respe el- i Hired at his hole" t !.:.) a. to.. .March ill was born In Wood.-U.ik .llld Was lbe..rore ill Ills nioili. r dvlng soon after . ". I e'uin I I'lioiaas. mar auie to Stow, wheie he 'n Jm i i, m:,. ':nh .i..r. 11. s ias birth Ills I., il i c kl again aid ( s. til. d and all. rweril.s built the saw mill ai d woolen mill at the lowi r villain'. The mm ri main, d in Woodstoi k wnh his t-raiidl.il liei . Audi i w- Thoin is. a brother "1 Divid 1 Im nil., who wis a. an niber ol ..(' h.Moiic Koston lea pain v hi n be Cvl . ,Weak unhealthy kidneys are responsible for mora in. n wiodsiocu to stone i-ioui ibitl sickness and suffennq than any alitor disease, therefore :r:lX::lvhen!rVif)h nia.lcct ? "'' causes, kidney trouble h He .i on tie. .ame farm whin i,e died permlttcd to continue, fatal results arc sure to sallow. When a jiiuns mini h" roilown! the busi-' Your nthpr nrtrnnt: mni nnnfl Hess of sboeniaUlny foi- ., I, w i,..-,rs l,l for mine Hi. ni in jc.us h i- In u a sue, o- tnl fai'uiei'. lie was malted about '' . ' i ars ,iko to .Julia ll.ii-ri of Stowe. Sin ibid IS years aipi. Tbr. iliildl. n Wen Is rn to th. in. tin eldest. Alillon. wis drown, d win n tin en e.iis old and the others II, nry G. Thomas and Airs Julia Oakes 1 1 v, m Stowe. Tin re are also four Krandehililirn anl i isht un-at Kland- cbildren livlnir. The funeral was hell at the house on Saturday at u. m.. the Key. K. At. II. Abbott ,U- lindlhfr. The interment was In lil birk eimet(rv. u-liete Mrs. M'lioim .il 1,,I,.,1 v i- ii , ,,a V ii. . , nimb't- to the i: S. Kdson house which All. Ha-haw purchased last fall. Air nnl Alls'. W. Al. Adams have I dinned home from a visit to Hrookln N. A'. About 'Jn Itoiu Stowe attended Hk .Masonic med Iiil at Wateilinry Center on Wednesday evenlpi;. N. ltntelow was In Alontpelier on Thursday. . I. K. Houston, who has been eonilned to bis home the most of the winter bv Illness is now, able to lie out.--Alis. Ira Alunn vi-lted liiends In W,.Ur I" iy this week. At a special meetltu; of Alanslleld Alountalu Gi mse on Wcdne.--d iy (Mitinsr, .Mr. and Alls. o. A. Harrows. Air. nt i.l Airs. S. S SpankUm; and Ira Miinii were Initiated into the order A count was kept (lurlnir tin co days in Keb. luaiy of the teams connected with the lumber industry that passed J. K. Houo toii's residence at the b'orks with the fol llwini,' lesult. yj) loads of lops, many of them four-horse brinks, nine loads of tubs, m m n Inudt. of wood, a load of sawdust and a piddlei.-A -on was born on .March : to Air. and Alls. I.eon Shcpai d. The loud! -i liool bo.ls are iira.'tleim,' b i.-e ball. They will compi to for the prize at the fair. GeorKo Gain returned from Hyde Park on Tuesday. Alls- Hutii .b nnv Rave a party in-.- O.IJ .',,,,; l , IIOIIIC U .tlrtlUl- Kll.-Vl on AUple street to the seiiinr and junior elates ot the IHH 1 1 .-flitfiPl, .t f'll ixirillllih j v j - t l"itiiu. - wn- burn on Kund.i.v. .Mann ti. to Air. and Mis. Krr.est Stribiier. The G. A. It, W. It. C.. S. of V. and Ladles' Aid societies ni(.V( d their in lomnnas their new nuar t rs In the Aleinoiiil buildlni; on Vis;lni'S dav The H. K. D. mail miners, Gale and McCiitcheon, were In HurliiiKten on Turs dj. Tlulr places were nihil by substi tutes, It. II. Gale and Kimst Scrlbner. C. .1. Sin ..Id was In H.itdwlck on Tuesday to attend the o. K. S. (indention there Miss Jane Toinlinson noes this week to liobokeii, X. J., where she expects to re main for some time Preparations for commencement are beltis pushed at the j lilKh -chool. Tin- senior ninle quartette rehear-ed Widnesday evenlm;. the rrlrl"' i sextette on Tuesday ovenlne;. Ituhcarsals i for the prize spcakiiiK have also b.Kiin. Tin ( lass In civics Is pn p u inp; for a tnoik ttlal to hi Hiven soon. Tlie C. S. ! flail; Camp. Sen's of Vderatis and l.i- lii.-' Aid so. lilies held their repruliir meet Ins on 'luisday eveiilm;. At its dose a pn supper, IncltnltnK lour kinds of pie. i dairy ''le ' si and Duo h diei-e, was i -er t il. Tlie icKulat mei tiuif of Stowe. I.i dni, Nn. 4H. 1 o. G. T.. was held on! Tue.-el iy iienlim: The literal v pro-1 rti-..uime win, in cli irm of Mrs. Kddy ami I in 1 inli il ai. iHK.ni solo in Alarjoilc Walls, i. . lint's , Mr .net Mrs. It. K. Straw. Mi- lMdv. Mis. Wilkin, and the le.idli.i; of ilie lou. p.ipi I by Miss Kciilleld and i--ist nil , .li tot s It was .oteil to hold niieiuiKS lure it i r in the lir.m ball P Smith bis pun haseil ih" Prank W id" f ii in A d.iiiuhti r of Harm y Jl. M ii a-- o.i 1 ii. Hill t -II ..nd bioke an aim I i-'i Sal in, ay Mr. and All-, c. I' P..,,! -p. 1,1 -i i-i .i I d.ivs tlie lust ol the w. :n 1 1 in. i inatoi' flic bmli si boul I 1 1 , i - are ,u.i alien lo uic a liable - 1 for tin I i nellt of Hie b ise ball team i Tbe'e 1Mb lie i l.ll.c al.l sollli olhel c'l I. I't.unin Ml A. W I'Vi'l'M and C H. 1 I'. ri in . i' M i' : . " ..nd i !. o: ire Hand .11 ol W'.ilil.iir wdi In i .wn o Sntiiilav to ctti ed I In t i i l l.f .I.e.. - i I ..Ml l- The Uci l"!ii.S II Tlie Mi ,11 .1 M... look lb uni S 'I , p I.M.J I lie J or 0 ill, 1 V i: I II. Abbott h...- In i a snl . m ip lor ibe p.i-i lw I ii. i '. I nn-. Amii.i t 'a lib i.. . II of Hi. bleu .-. ho., -' i vaM.inall .11 -.11 K, el 1 1 , -s K .in le Il.tW'el is i'i . r t i' I i I h l .nun li It. it Th en t- foi ,ri ! I Al nnl.iia i li.i'.. h, I , I up . .. -p 1 1 II .V 11. -h . .11 olid llc. . etlllK W i .ill. - .IV . eiliuy, colli, i . I Ibe hi st a i ' -. -il ( .-1 -1 i 1 1' ltd tics Ai tic 111 l n da" nn ji 1 it fa 11 1 h iioni llllK. At. il i h '. lb. Ilia 1 es W ill be Win k" I. al O l' which ri irisl uieiits will be s- ived. .011--l-tuiK i.l cike and 1 nfl'. e and fruit The lulu - arc all 1 cipie-led to Libit," a cake aid -lllule Helllleinell tlllit Tile li.ly ha V- iiiK the best cike will lie awarded a pi Ize. Kcr uiember is reiUi sled to be pres ent I'ollowiiii; is tlie pi'oRxnmme for the nn 1 tint;: Mii'le, Mrs. Ishiitn: roll mil with iiuoiatlois from favoilie authors. "To What Kxtint Cun Comineiclal I'er llllKtirs He I'scd Willi Prollt," Air. I.iiir, H'lidliiK, Airs. N. Hlaelow;' dpclamutlon. Georao Iliiish; music by the choir. Mid week set vice at the Cotik'rck'utlonnl Chinch lor prayer and lllble study Thurs day evening nt 7:30. subject for study. "Death of John the Uaptlst." Tlie subject of dlscouise for Sunday murnlni; Is: "A P.iylna Investment. Tho Junior Kn de.ivor nieotina will be held at 3 p. m., lople, "Abraham's (.'all," leader. Ituby Collins. Sabbath school Is held at .Moscow each Sunday afternoon nt II p. in. The yimiii; people's meellm; will be held at 1 p 111 . tuple, 'Allpetltes That I'niuake Men." leader. Paul Itayniond. At t'ulty Chinch, the liev. K M II Atiboti, tie pastor, will preai h Sunday nioinlnp; si rv ice at 10 I.V subject, "Tho rnattulnubln 1'ho yotiin. people's fraternity will meet at 7 p. ill., topic, "The Freedom of Truth." tef John &-32. leader. Itebeeea 1'urt A paper will be read bv Dr It W Harrows ! Winn a want" I- b!e enoiiRli to bother 1 Mil It 1 In 1 n.iUk'b t" nlv Itlsii, TMSA1S . HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND To Prove what Swamp.oot Will Do for YOU, Every it) H-. -.f- : 'is-- --J. 1 'V j' Jspq fl ' 7f If wm AcC ' mS May nave a Sample Bottle Sent Free bv " ------- ........... j ncys mostjtccausc they do If you arc sick or "feci badly," haqln tuhinq Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Hoot, the yrcnt kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because as --oon as your kidneys begin to uct beuer they will help ail the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. The mild ni.1 linnr di ite rr .et 1,-ilV.I 11 1- inn! In. pie it kldic Is soon rea Ii.. d. l'..r il -. w.. id. a lid 1 bl.'ldile,' - ,.,!,. I M.,d.s 11,,." 1, Ki.' It or t lie nio.-t disiiessiiiK cn-es. Swamp, ftool will set your whole system rlslit, and the best pi on) ol this If a lllal. rii COTTAGK .ST., AIKl.HO-!:. .MAS.-. Dl.AFt .Silt: j-i i. nth, luul. "i:vir since I was In the Armv. I bad more or le,.s kidie'v trouble, an I with in thy past vear It became so seeie and complR'aled thai I sufteied evei vtlii-n; aad win ninth alarmed -my stienatli and nower was fast leaving me. I .suv a 'i advertisement of Swamp-Knot and wrote askliif- lur alice. I bn;aii the u.'e of the ineiil. Ino and not, d a deeld ed Impiovdiient atter takliiK Swamp Jtnot onlv l shot t time. ' I continued its us- and am thankful to say that I am entirely cured a' I -triuitf n older to be very sure about this I bad a doctor examine soi 10 of my wvtcr ti-diy and he pi one-nn, e,i jt .Ml litht and in splendid i on-lit n. 1 know that your .Swamp-ltoot Is pure- I . ". s' 1 y"m' wnole system rlslit, and .eei.ioij iinu noes not (Olll.llll M1IV harmful ili'mrs. ''h.mLii,.. -,... r,,,. complete recovery and rei ( aimeud'in; .Ti'ainii-iu.oi in an suueters inn." Very it uly mil s. I. l - I, l . -1 1 i tin- You may have famous kidney i sample bottle nf th's'name remedj. Sw ,imp-Itooi. I j,.,,t bi;iii nee oy man, postp.uit. ny v. lilili you' v, on eiery b.ut... GDI 1'Olt l. I, Mi'l'i; n suece-sful is Swamn-Rool in mi.ilv , uri,,.- . the most di-tressinp; i.ise.s f kidney, liver or bladder trouble- th,,t i. pr.,e WOniiei III lllfO'lti: V.,11 r.o,,- 1,,,.. . w.t.,, - m...lnn ,..,. . , , ,, . , , nation, botb -,-ni ' bsrdn i el v free i,v tl:ollR;ul(1.s )0 , hllSi( llds nf testimonial ,,,.,,,! cuicd. 'I he Milue and -uci ess of Swamp aid advised to .send for a sample bottle. In sendlni; vour ndilrc- 10 Or KiIiptk Co., liltiRhamton, N. Y . be sur to say you reaci this Kcneroes otter in tl . 1'. ir lltiKtnn -Weekly Free Prmss " The proprietors of this pajiui. guuruutuo tho Keiiulness of this offer. ORLEANS COUNTY BROWNINGTON. , After a Ions and distressful; illness. Airs. Frank Kiser died 1'ilday, .March 4. The fumial was held fiom her Into home Sunday, the Hi. v. C. J. Hrowu offlclallilK. The Interment was in tl.e cemetery at the Center Mrs. G. It. Trontnly, who has been In poor health for some time, ixpeds to bo lo the ho-plt il soon for In-itmi nt. Th" fourth Metbodl.-t rptar tf rlv conferen -e will In held nt tlie Center ('him Ii Saturday evenlm;. Alardi 1-, at IRASBURGH. . Jasper Smith has sold his village n -1-111 nc lo Fred (Irani -Mr. ind Mis Willis I .oekwoi ib of l.owdl h.iie iiiomI I.. Ira-hurtli and will work 'or Mr. .u I Ml--, lb . laje Hrewster 'I'h "I'e will Li 11 in tloil sal" ol the ci 1st ivlll.inilpii-iii.il pn 1 riv of ibe late P.. S. How irl .. 'I ' . I lb 111 -'i iv iitetiioon. Al in '1 17-About Ibe ii.-bllii;li Wooiltu. 11 Will' to ri 1 1 1 v i'. and 1 inl':"d a 1 " Mr .,11.1 Mrs. C).,.rl - K.-lley 11. Well 1 .ill. d 1 n Irl. mi. t- 1 ti tow 1 I "k Mu-. s W bite Is l.,l I up with I'lfll 'llOUldel' Willie ill'lM or -l.l. an A", tin in Irnsh,. led the horVos 1 1 I tht-. w bun out on the In'. NEWPORT CENTRE. Sm or I I ll.ll'S all. - el, kue-i II" w . 1 i 11 1 w nn 111 it 1 1. tea .1 i i- 1 1 f win 1 ! . 'Inn . li ,1 V, e.li .. i.i' ! ' M. l.'illl e I !" West 1 1. 1 i-iin.is,.r ,1 .,1 u 1 Sti. kliev 1 n l: . ,.111 .t uiiioi (a I'i u . 1 . ' th bin h d I d- 'I I . I. 1 ti ll fi ll Ol 11 ll I ,l-ie d . nt . , -I '. l e "I IT v. . I I! ll'l I. in lintr I 'l'ni WESTFIELD. I Wlllaie Gilpin came home from the Mont pe. ler Seminary last week, accom pli ltd b. his cla.. smite, .Mr. Ilow.ud John Walklns and faintly recently visa , ed bis ulster In Comptoii, Canada. Town Cb ik II H lilt, licoek moved his nil" and ri 1 olds to his store lai-l Saturday II D Miller went to Sherbionke. Can ada, hud week As vi t he has not found auv li'isliie.-s openliiK. II. II. Illlchcoik I Wint In Hlll'lluatou Sitillday to see Ills son. Harry Hawience. Uist Tlnusday He 1 wmthcr was so liul that there was Inn I a small uttendnneo al the roadim; mIv. u by .MUs .Myrtle Aldilih. only nliout 7 I helm; 1 ikeii The enterlalnineiit was quit. pleasanl Sunday cMiiim; she read al the C. I.', meellna. GeoiKe Hell koch to Knos butnh tills week and liU inother expei 1 1 to pn with him. tjulte 11 aood many we 11 to Tro.' to lake Hie teaclu rs' examlna Hons In t-1 wei lf.--'l'he l.'idles' Aid socleii meds with .Mis D. K Wiiwhl this wod, --Ms--e Helen ind M mile W'akcllel.l and Grnio Ch.uYee are home f m West lie. by white they teach. DERBY LINE. Ml s Hlttte Tbdv r lei m : h in tills place now if I 1 t .Mi' Is ft'ivlntr at the Diib- L hoi 1 1. -Al I F Al Ilawes and Mi s s,illv I'nwi Somcrvllle A'nss in 'i,'k M FnMcr Miss ddle 1 k. - w . . ib 1 1 1 i' 1 o IJ.it. 11 M BOIT DOW IT. the Great Kidney Remedy, Reader of the "Free Press" .,....l.,, llt, yvui mu- most ami noecJ uttentlnn first. m.. ,t . ii ' u a Ii illsord' tf .u c i. id di-, ase.i l-i. In. I ' poor d A' s walit : . ti K oi in 'I se.liineur . ache. lure. liel-Vo s . - bad k.diny r .'., 1-c it l- o i 1 , U- lir ! t . i u da mi ad i 'i -1 1 . t . iinn-nr . i . . n .. , I ii ',. i ti llZalli .. Si. ep. I I et I, 1: ii .n'ut i 1 1 : V i. bad b.ix il. ni i betes, oio. uli, (J fei lln-. I.,, k i sallow coin . If your w il. i ii n-1 J -til rl ... I ia twenty-foiir b.n settling or In.- t Itl I. I.,.-, . Pi i!u - ; lliOWiHI t I'e-I W 1 1. ret: i m for no or but, I i "'ins a sediment or . nv ,iiii,i'.ir.in. e. it evidence that need immr.li it your kidneys and bladder e a'tet (.on. hwamp-l!o..t i- Hi. nre.it d.seovery ! i)r. Kilmer, the enur nt kidnev and hi id. dor spci lubst. Hospitals use it with v.'ie -di rf n I sun ess In i,,th slislit Jt'.d -. ie iii"!" Dnitoi" le, ..nanetid It lo I r patients and im il i i tlu-lr own l.im.'n i, beinu.-e they i-.r-iL't w in Swinit.-l! I the crratest and mo-t sin i es-fnl remc.lv. i sw .nid'-lt a i- , ! - n.t : i ilu ,n 1 , for .-ale at druc Htoj-s the war', I e . i ii bottli s of tw i i . ni" a n. I om 12" fid iu p - . .! , il . li an n ' i! Pi. Kilmer's Swamp- . --. I., si. .'in,..., Swamp I! and the t. e'l 1 1 S ,1. - . 1...I,!.. ..,.1 .. . . m.ni ti,,. ' i...,.i- letters reeene.i finm men .m.l w- .11 . a - Hoot 1- so well known Out omi 1. id. rs jrday by the death of a brother. Al though not liiiepec'eil. the death of Allss Janet Hunt early la.-t Sunday mernlnic cast a doom over tlie community. MKs Hunt was a very estimable yoiuii; lady, ani' was obliged to leavo her studies In Huston about a year 1150 on account of a lime triable which deeIop.'d from prip. .Much -vmpi'thv is f.-It lor the widowed mother, sister Helen and btotln-rs, Kalph. Fred and Kveivlt. The funeral was held al her late home Tuesday inornlni;, tho I'ey. G, Kllery lteed coiuluctliiK the seiv Ice. DERBY. The remains of Arthur Anns, who dint nt Newport of tvphold fever, were liken to his home last Tue-dav. Frank .luniio and Henry Crania'! w.i. on Ihc si. k list the past week J.,..i" JO (.outiir ladles and pentlenicn took in, tiachers i.mln -Hon held hoi-.. .1-. Cuday and Sh ,r , . by 1'rofth-or Si 11,11 ird of liirioM Tl 1 funeral of Mr- Herri, who ill. 1 t All-. WlN-cy's last w.,k. was h. I 1 li-i rinir-. dav, the Itev A it. Kurti-ht ,,lli inn,- -Alls.-i M. Al. Clin ery l.nv Mis I :. 'Il.ipklnson spent Ii-t week with M-s 1. T. Dailey. The vote last week Ti. - ,' , atood pu; lor no ins n.e an I 4 1 f r ' . 1 sc.-Then will In- a meeting of tl. W' C T P. at Mr- 1. c Hay's 11, xi -i t .- ' i if ni ii 1 ! 1. " o'cloi k -A-.. cli' 0 .' t'n '1 1. -1- ..." the Omcr. Bin. in il -. -. wii1 ' . .1 i she pnr-onnKo 01 11 1 t mi. 4 it mi' 'i I'liMi", ': net week Frl lay Mi n I M"s. Wclistoi'. who h.ivo 1". n ci id .... 1 ' 1 . re for the town's poor tlie u-t v. lulu, inoio to Ohui lesion this week. ALBANY. 1 . !.. rt Hi -1 - -I - Id Irs farm and 1' '.id l"t.i Mi-- ( 'ii iv Unwell' heni-o at il e Mil 1' II. . 1 M. 1 1 nnv b is t b n t " "' '" I'i. 1 V nnv 1 I "Miiel Dr Cntap. hi 'I Ii 111-1' at II" Ml i- .. will n'.n-ei 'I- '.lull ,'S 10. -,i i 1- 1 u tlie -I, K ll-l net 1,1 Fn 1 V. u All"-. M.'l tie Si- wnt S I . irifs h-.- lib , ,1 1 i- the -e ,-,.n .-AH. ti'" i d ll'o in I'i" G A. U iltel's pi e, l e 1 -ell. ( ' D . li. er SI m h is boii' e i , , , s to mu1. 1 1 LOWELL. Miss Don l'Minloril !' 1 11 Album 1 , Vu ' as 1 em tarned from Id C. lbv w - M. 1 . c .Mr. nnd Mi - t II .'li'l lie fun. r.il .. . t; Cham!', rl tin ! ran 1 WI". ' ' n T'n, ouiv I ' "I.. --i V --' Ans'b ,,r' pie ISIIllt -111 ill . S.li'i'dlN iM'Ii . 4. 1 u."t'v "' 1 in'a a. i.a ii ' il 1 M, . 1 ot. 1 , " , , Inner 1 I:, -i w 1- t' '-'ii. -1 01 N' ' II II Newi ' I w 1 ii. Mi .t-i.i A. 11. r 11 n: , lain. 1 . 1 .1: 1 whut 1'rijav .n.mh.. -Seviil irolll til town Were i.l lloy M' n 11 i ind A all 1 Imp; te.u hei-' , 1.11 , illon - Mb-- Peirl Pullird m '.,,v v , be ciii.q of Allss Nora Wakei',, 1,1 - nr.. I i.i and Sunday.- C. C. Tlllnl'on vl .1 '1 nt bi.iiN.ivill is patntiu'.- Mi- SiePic, 1 mu, who his liivu vbltlMt: In t p.iiv.i' A!r "d Mrs jnhii p.likc- ', ui tll ,ri 1 til 1 borne ill N"v I laiupsbii . Cb ipent Pi", wii. to Tinj Mond.n w ,1 1 I b. 1 1 I ll'.M t for the season Mr id Mi I. Inn i' 1 of Troy are In low a. CRAFTSBURY. '1 be wlndn-lll tli.' supplies ll- wabr SNsi,-.m ,,t N.-iri'i I'raflsburv was d, sir,.,- I'll in 11." 1 'v. 1 w 11 d ut last Tln.i i 1' - M '- AJo .,!y . ill ,VU IT .. ll..iW 1, diiripB tuti bltlts it' -s. ii -T'.p itev rryettf 'f t - iff Jolt, Poor 1 NN -, 1 s 1 1 -I'lrlton (3,3 cb Ms ) N ' N CIV .' - 18 m j r ,ie le 11 I N