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Quotations on the Leading
Products In Demand
Huston, Atnrch 2.1. TluKer Is In light
leiimml iiiul iirlcosxii-u wislur, i-Aecpt on
fnm.v inekcs not usually quoted. Stor
age creamery tonus a Iiu'ko proportion
of recent iwipts and it ls dlUk -tilt to got
full prices. Northern creamery, 2iM
Wi, western, lilfalUe; Vcinupiililalr-.
lOHJuo, renovated butter, ITfttSe.
I luno s-till lioldh (inlet with ltrlwH
buro'y sn-nily except for very choice
lots. Itound lots, Veriiioiit twins llftl
Ilk, .tw Vork twins, l',-Ml-
Legs liavu been In very henvv in-
celiit both here and in New Vork, and
prices have gradually sagged to sub-
laiillally u M'itMoiiable basis. W die
the linger part of the receipts ale west
ern, tlu re Is a jjood supply of eastern
nnd noarliv. ii'ii.i. ii.. ,.iiv mi tin.
lower basis Choke nearby, URu'-Ile;
eastern, liii'-'Ue; vi csterii, kVWIik.
nouns are iiuiot and uiicliniigeu'. Car
load lots, pea, JS''.L'itti.i.'ri; inedluin, .fJ.'JO
tol'ii.'."., yellow eyes, .fll.vil'W.'.sr.; red kid
neys. ?:!.::ixv;;:..(: California small
white, -VI.V:;.."0; fon Ign pet nnd me
dium, .vl'; Jobbing pnees hiKher.
Apples am in lull mippi.v. cipcclallv
for lots not ranking as extras. The eon
tiniifd easiness in foreign markets lias
Ktill further tended to rouses! this mar
ket, and priees have declined on sev
eral popular varieties. Imports are
small and likely to eontinue so while
foreign markets rule low. The quota
tions are. linnets, .?iy::: Kings. wi i:
lialdwlns. SlfL'.;.-,; gt ceilings, .yj.'J.VTT
'..'...n, Ilubbardstons and Ilurlbiirts,
Kl.fiOffL'.Si"; pound and Tolniau sweets,
BLoOW---"'I northern spies, .L!ij.0,; Vir
ginia Yo'k Imperials, fllSJ.; No. 12,
rII gnli s "1 iHI-'.
Argetabies are in fair demand. P.o-
eeipts nr- en the increase, and priees
nre ru' n, wer on several varieties.
Southern prod uen is meeting with a fair
sale at price i that take a wide range,
... ,...., I . . ... l,rt ..,.,,.11,1 a .1. ,
-..i.i iu iu- eiillllllioil ,11 1111 101S
Caii'i g"s are a little morn plentiful
fitid easir. Cucumbers are weak.
Spina li ,s in moilerale supply and
tin . -, under a good demand. Court
tri sit st 'tip be.uisare in steady demand.
Lettuce is easier. There Is a fair sup
ply of tomoloes offering, but the pro
portion of fancy stock is Miinll ami
prices nre linn on such lots. Celery
continues in good demand at steady
The marl. ' t is well supplied with do
mestic onions and the .Ii inotiil is not as
nethe as 11 was a sho'-f tune j,Ko.
I'ancy stock, however, still brings mil
prices. Squashes ale (inn ami In gooi!
demand. Hoi K tun.i,is, carrots and
parsnip" are steady.
Itecf ii.is of potatoes arc t'.-i'ilv III., r.i!
mi l there j.s si steady. ni'Mleiatc d' lii.iMU
with pi-res ruling rii' Su.'ct m;,'
Ion ar ,n .;Mo.t -1-, ji.v and lnli. ,
i.lo,v i He v,,... , . , ........ ,
. v hv . i ,iii- ijiimi il
T'n ' is .'re in good in. ne, unit -i
Fit nU) pii.es. Aruo-imik hebroiis
d.ii l' i 1, ni'.iM .-i.'n, !i:;.(!i.V; ia;
! rl !H)i ; wccts. .Ju-i-v d. uhh l.i i i
' ' -ett!,3 , ,, -,, v lh
v r ! r.i I, m pi.r i',,,
ton n. i. , s ! ! iu,
' " lini.i i .H .Spanish, Inr .o
erf s- ... iuthe si.iijv per bu: bbN.
5-1'" . n
( u lidier" sell lower etS.Tr 12 per lix.
YC'luw turnips are unchanged at .1 "mi
pir li., white J'rencb, .;L' per
whi' T.iC?. SI per bu; beets, 1.7."i per
bu; f t rots. 7."e5j..l per bu; pin snips,
SJ2.r0 p r bu.
l.i ' lee Is higher at 2.Vni;0e per doz;
lad -1 ei, -lOe per doz; mint. 7."ic per dost;
trfs 4(K per doz; leeks, flCa .r,(i per
.Ma tom- sonashes are quoted at per
lib1 ituhbanl. per ton, SHfVdyt.
(. ti bage-, lire firm at $:i.."(i per bbl for
halves .limoy, .?WL.r,o per bbl; red,
Ml per bbl.
r.,irrcl pork and some cuts are lower,
With the market quiet. There has been
n fa r to'al inarketing -if hugs for tb.-
1 I .11 tl i e-ir.
I e receipts of fresh beef have been
fin er. but the supply in still nmpii
nnd y i urn ket is eay. -j'he demand is
t-k 'he bulk of the sales being at b,L
(a or whole cattle, though a ver.
fi ice lietvj steers will brilig
7 J i uiid oecasionally perhaps
i.ppiy ol lambs is a little belter
ui i ii .-Hi and the market has stlf
l " up qe 'eciubly; niulliins and
J' ' sleady; veals .still hold
ti n i mbs ii''i!l'2c; yearlings
I .ti in-, i;r,i7e: veals, 'Xa lie.
V i 1 j Is in kin.illor receljit for west
en ai 1 choice fowls are a little tinner,
let other gr.nks are unlet and noinl
iiii ly in i .mi-ed. Turkeys, western, IK
(n'h cW -ens, northern, l.'ie; fancy, is
(f'Jdc - ostei n, Ati ITic; fowls northern.
Witl.,c- western. i;;t;. j p.. ,iUf.j,.Si
4'i l.je; geese, 1 K'lL'e.
Only now and tlun a choice ear or
liny will bring most of the arrivals
being of low grade. IteCeiptsarelienvv.
.Straw i-. tinner for both oat and rv'c
.Mlllfeed is unehanged. Uav. Xo. ' l
Jlbfi, low grades, $U!f7i.s: n'e btraw'
St'lT'Cd'M; out straw, .yVJtfl2.no."
The Minneapolis Hour output last
wed? was practically unchanged, but
lidng only ,'!700 bushels smaller than in
the week before, with a total of ;i;ej,.
fiOO barrels. l.os of tinui by some of
the mills, owing to Irinblllty' (0 secure
cars, caused the output to fall under
tho lluures expected to be realized.
Minneapolis mills last week experienced'
n spotted trade. Some sold their output
and others did not. With the exception
of one small lot of patent, worked In a
Heotc li market, no export business, was
Nrir York Produce Mnrket.
New York March 23.
I'T.Ot It r,ec( lids 2H. I'M bids; expoi ts
f 2C.'J barrels sales 7. 1"' barrels. The inar
ki t va ( till and uonihially lower.
Mlnni '(ota iiatcnts, $.i..'VfS.)ii; Mlluiesola
linkers Tt.0'j 1 7u: winter patents, ViXnp
6.0) wlulrr stialchlh. Sj.iniliS.l.l- winter
fXtriD, sa.tK'ftl.CO; winter low grades, $3.13
HYi- i- t.ui it -tii marKt-t was we iK.
t'iVml'i'-E0"a ,,0"'y '"',5' ct1olco fancy
Will AT I'rccipls f,2,-7K bu, sales l,3i')..
O'ji I 1 futuies spot steady Options (lis
)layc.d txo-'slvH wi iknesH to-day lriiiR
over a nt per leinliel, The c-lusbiK was
unehnnsod to e net lower, May 'j.VW bo,
closod O.V.o; July !);iFfMHe, closed flVi
K( ft.,, S3',e, clofCil Ma
COHN Itiyolpts S!,n tnij expnits 7.C 10
bll: sntfH .T,,0J lill futures; S.lW lin simt.
Meet ilnll. Option niiirld't as in live:
M;i ."iV-a'ii r.r,,o. closed Me; .Inly eh scii
iA'l'.-ltr-i, -lilts bit; spot renv.
l'i;i';i) Tlie nmiki't whs (lull to-diiy
fJluliiK liran ttb 7'ifiiv.uu. nilikllliiL's, iix.7.rf
:.'.,r.'i. city. $.'3 MIU'LOO.
llAV-The nmiliet Mirt (bill lo-ilav.
f lilpplntr WiT.'ic: KOeil to choke 'n'-'.riiJ'.e.".
lllDfS-.M'Ukei. Bleiiily; Texas drv, to
"" His, nl lie; ilalveston, 20 to iv, Ua.,
lit l5e. r'alltornlii, HI to 2o Itis., at 13c.
Wool The market was steady to-ilnv.
DeMicMic lleci e, "Ti 32o.
HHi:P Quiet, family, ?ia.fTII.O0; mrws
fS.Wiy.ri'): li-vf hams Jji.noiTJ.'.noj park
et $lr.r.ull..",i; city extra India mess $10.00
I, t:!J--W.is w. ak; western attained,
7i; rellned dull; cniitlncnt $7.70; H. A.,
Js..'"- ciinipoiuid. Ji. ffl'jll'.in).
I'OltK-Tlie niatket was dull to-day.
Family, IS.Mftli; M: short clear, l.-,(X.i()
1U 7"- tee-s !t ".fie'' I i.').
VCiTATOI-.S Wrro linn; Loni; Island,
5.' '17; .lei-M-y. H7.Vii".l2; .lclsev sweet?.
1.""ii-I.W: si. ite and wetein in sacks $:.
VI-vrilOMCCM-Stendy; rennod NPW
York, fVC"; I'lillulelplila and Ilaltlmore,
$- iVf; do. Ill linlk, $5.70
'l.t,t.OV- as Midet: city (2 per pkp)
.".e, coin lrv (kus fiet) "ToV.iC
I'l'KH xl, ii l.et w.is tirm; brokers,
Ci q.'.-'.;i: Ppnt itln was steady; No. 7
Invoice (',, ; mild slenlv; ContoMi, 10'u l.V.
Tim l'lcrket I'm' coffee futures opened
siiiulj nl tiiu-li.uiK'.-.l priees to a i advance
of t'l pilot--. Mills ie reported 1'117,'iiHi
1-iKs, iiahiditm- Mai-i P nl W.lVfti.'M;
Aplll r. :r.'.,.i In; Jim ITil'.'.uO; Jnlv at
Jr,.r"i.'."i 7",- Sept. '",! me (let.. ?.ev.ii;.10;
Nov. nl Kid mill ! . W.vMTiCui.
SflAli It.uv vwis llrin. fair retlnlnB
?. IVp.'.tc- ceiitririiunt. W test, 2 7-l7eJ'.c;
tnotiiss, s ir, 1 ti lde; reitned was llrin.
n. li. SI. IT- No 7, $4 I'd No. S, Jt.ir,; No. 0,
Jl.l'i No in, fl.ii."., No tl. il.flO: No. 12, J.1K;
N' . ltl. '!.:'. No. II S'.'V conreeiloiierH i.
ti'O' inoiild a. "in. cut loaf nnd crushed
powiliiiMl. ?17"'i yrniuitateil, $I.C3;
( nl'"s. ;'l.;i'i.
ni:v "ionic i.ivi: stocic mahkkt.
New Veil, March it.
T.I'.I'A CS- ".erlpt! 2".s heiel, sternly;
hulls il'.nU, iiiws slew; stei rs Jt.1.1 to
5'i.t'T' In. IN 5: V to $l.(V VnWH $1. to S.I.Sli;
ciil li.-; ipiut.il lle , utile lower; sheep
slo.v: refrlv,, rati i 1 eef dull at S to SVe",
slilnnii nl" P -il.iy JiV, oallli; and u,!00 iiuiir
ll 1 'I of III I I.
( AI.VHS-Kr-i iptl 1.CI0 head; venls In
full- .li'iiiaii.l and sleady; coniuion In
pi line veals $l'i".73; ehoite and extra
T.vii-,, v (ifi; inn,. ,, dves ildiMjil; liain.vai',1
calves .'..M'.! i-i illy dri ssed veals slow
at 7'-r(12c; .oinilrv dressed at O'llHc.
SIIKlIi' ND ' f AMISS Here 11 ts ?,A1
liend; -dicep nnieln illy llrmer; lanilis llrin
ct $", k ft.y . culls ".'0: yearlhirts ?.'.."h1
MorJs-'-llcceipi's c.(i"n he-id; m-'rit llrin
to1v liii;hii', nooil to piiuie stato hogs
""'"CHICAGO miODfCR MAHKKT.
Chicago, March 23.
Tho leading futures clonal as follous:
AYIlIOAT Mnv. !'2c: July. S".3ic; old. S'.H
TfSii-.c; .s'ejit.. Mi ' old,. SJU'.
COKN-Miirel. "Hi ; Sipt, ffic; July, IPs
J1:i' c; ,s'cit . I-'.'-
I 'ATP M .. . :i!''ve; July, ITc'tr; Sept,
MCPS I'dliK H-.r lihl)-May, $12?2'j
July. M : l:' ..
I. AIM '-. 1'" r n-i lli) -May, $' r"), July.
blMiItT Ittr.S-Shles (looo) May
$i". 7.".' July, i')n.
nili:T-No. 2 sprh-.i; r)7j07o; No. C.
' "'. . No. 2 rc,l M' i-.i."!1 ic.
il:N -No. 2. c, N ) 2 vcllnw .M''s.
oa i'- No. : . f'.iisv. No- 3 white I'.si
liYC-No. 2. fic.
liAhl.l'.Y (loon Willnc .15c. fair to
' 1 1. -ii e malttni-, iVa:'r.
I I. . -il'lIli-Nn. 1. $1.07'..; northwest
in No 1. M 1 1.
AO-..SS l'dt'K- ifor I.lii-tl2.i7 il?M.
I .A l!li-( I 'i r 1'i lhs)-ii'..72'..'itii 7.V
SltoltT i:ii:S-Sldes (loon'")-W'ifl.r.2'j.
SIIOCLUIII'.S Drv snltod (hoved)
sini'S -.l".i t cli-ir (lioxed) 7 l'-'.i7 ST'J.
VIIIKKF-Hl.isK ot limiavhi' si-.q.2s.
(". the pi'iili,. liiinse tn-i! iv tho
I. in. marie i :,-. :i nlv for fan. . olhfi
i' ,.s i. mjnr r-Me,"ri.s H',i;i , l.inir..,
' ' ' ui -i i.K i' mark. i- - m-
1. .- 'I. J.V ,' I" . s, e.ipl.-r. 1 ''. lit.
i;oton coiti:t: matikkt.
I'o'tmi, M-neh 21.
'lie1 loc ,1 . . r i r i- nr'iket to-day was
i- em n.d a ti'. i Ii.-iii- tlrm.
HT'TTVIt A NO CHlTIIPr: MAHKKT.
t ..st.,n March 2::
T I 'T'i Kit On'- I r.i n I lie- a, er.am'iy.
. a . '.. . , i - 1 a ' ' .T ' , '( i in. ml i1 i' i y
i .11 I..-I' Sl, ,ii' Velll.oi'I IWiT T i
THE COTTON MARKET.
New- York. Man h
' 'ten fat ii n opi ned .lfv; Mai eh . 11
il- mil ol.'. i.'t $i:Oi; M.iv, Pi
-i.;..a. .laic-, si:u;. .iniv. fi:; r. t-. !".;
Ali. , l.'.'i'i; 5. in.. ?ll.;i. Oct., U S' N'i ,
"II Jlei., $11. Ls: sjinl clos,-! qui. t 'i Id- i
niintrs opiaiiH H.''; niKiuiins gun, .i
saka, 211 link s.
mns DKovpiNO in Pitict-:
The only change in ttie lo. il in nl, ts
this wi is another drop hi 'he no of
e).'j:s which now tel. ill fur 21 i.i.p-' n
iii .:- n and f-cll at w hole-ink- for llv or
( nts !os. Ilutter heans c.iu he h el for -Hi.
pi i quart, but there is a sinriilv ol . arly
v.'Cetalil(s in general, due to ti e late ai
n.il of spiiiiL- I'ot lines are Him .ii "rt
ii i'ls ,, i- l.osl..'! at wholesale and ,i il
i-i 1 ,i it. In. ttr, i In i se and all Um.l . of
ii..it- mi urn h, tinted hi prli c.
Halhorae $ Nashs
Car tlir i-iim riuitii llniplro Cri-nm
Seiiaralors. 'I lie Kuiplri- l''imilly ron
sl.sls of three members Nos. one, two
and tour. There Is no occupation mora
noble or grand then thai of nicking
butler on a Vermont l'ni'm, hut you
c-iiinot do it riKhl lor prnllt and for gain
until o'i join the Mniptri- l-'nmlly and
incsi in an Ibnpln- lnililne. Send
for Cat.iliii;n. and learn all about tho
Pads and Tablets
tiii: s'ltr.c. !'iiis AsoriTinx.
A WEEK OF CONGRESS.
.Vonilllllttim "f (ien. Wood ( (illflliii-ll
liy Si-utitc after liimi; l)ela.
Most of the time of tln Henate on
Thurs-duv o' last week wan taken up
with speeches on tho conlli mni Ion of
lien. Leonard Wood to bo Major- Kcner
al. The Mouse dli" nssed tho postof
lli appropriation bill.
The Semite on 1'ridny confirmed the
nondnntiun of (Sen. Wood liv a voto of
15 to 10. Vive, (leinncrnls voted for him
and two republicans voted npralnst him.
The contest annliiMt the ciiiillrination he
K.in November W. 1!'ll. 1 lependPllt fin the
conliriiuitlon of fk-n. Wood were (,7 pro
inolions for other at my otllecrs. 'J'he
postolllee uiiroprlnloii bill was aaln bc
lore Iho IlouiiL'.
Ni Ithcr branch of CoiiBrcss was In sos
The Sei.ato on Monday ronslderod a
bill i rnvkllnu for the purchnso of a sltn
and the ic(tlnn of a hiilldhu; for tlie de
pnrtnieiitK of statu. Justice and commence
anil la'ior, The I Inline, after il short, ses
i!on. adjourne.l out of respect to the
memory of nepresoiltatlvo Thompson of
Alabama, who died Holiday.
The Kenato slicnt the Kreater iart of
Tuesday on tho Indian nppropilutlon
bill, 'fie- House lesumcd consideration of
tlie iofilco bill,
Wednesday in both branches was devot
ed to the same subjects.
TIIK i,i:shek KVIU
Mrs. I'hamley (hi tho sltlltiK room) As
lonu as Mary Is plnyliiu the piano, llonry,
wo may lie assured sho isn't spooiilns
with tl at Mr. lliiKsnid,
Mr. I'hamley (whose ears tiro weary)
Well, if the rule works tho other way I
wish you'd go down npd tell 'em to go
ahead and spoon. -Philadelphia Loder.
Procrastination, tho oft-convicted hut
never punished "thief of time,'' will
make u stood haul at your expenro If you
delay much longer tho Insertion of that
w Hit ad,
BUKLINCTOX KKBtfl LMWS; TTtlJIlSOW; MAJiuiI 2t,
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS,
(Continued from 2d VaRr.)
lines. The hnrsos were unable to mnko
the turn into Depot street and ran Into
the plato Klass Itulow ot II, N. Morcntl's
stoic on the corner. One of them was
badly cut about tho head mid otto foro
Tho postponed races on tho ice were
tiotted Monday, l.lttlo Tommy, owned by
II. 0. Jones, proved a little too fast for
the others and won In thtco straight
heats. Sherman Wilkes was second and
Defender was thhil.
A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
lletiiiiiKWitv recently. They live on the
A. 1,. Aseltlno fat in on tliu Miopiam
A party was Riven Monday night nt
l.ei.o l.aiiclle'H hv Mr. ulid Mrs. l.npello
and Miss Kdlth Drown, it being tho birth
day anniversary of Mr. lipelle and Miss
Hi own. There were ,11 present iiiul a very
pleasant time wns had playing military
whist and listening; to iiistrtnneiilal mualo.
liefresluiii'iits wero served.
Tin- cisc of Jnnies MeNally for selling
Honor lo a minor wns heard before the
cominissloiicis Tuesday. It. O. Kturte
vant appealed for the compla'inanls. C.
H. Austin tor the defendunt and Col.
A. A. Hall as adviser for the commis
sioners, 'j'he entlte afternoon was spent
In taking evidence and at fuM the testi
mony being all in. couit wax adjourned
to meet ill the evening and give tin Ir
decision, which was that complaint
should be tnnile to a grand Juror to have
I-nvnlly. who bought the lhilor, arrested
for obtaining Honor under fale pretences
and all ouestloas relating to tlie Investi
gation, decided at n Inter dnt. . The case
of tlie .State vs. A. T. Kellogg for as
sault at the West Hide inn Kelu urn v 1,
was heard yesterday in tile otllce or It
O. Sturteiiint. Mr. Kluitevniit appi itod
tor the Htate and D. W. Steele for the
defendant. .Misthe ot tlie I'eiice ltey
liolds found' the defendant guilty and
an app. ai was taken.
The four months old b-ihy of Mr and
Mr.". II. N. Motinn die, Wednesday
I lurry ITitlrldge has a hen that lnid
riu egg measuring .1 :i-t by S. inches in clr
cumfcrenre. A. K. Wnnzer. who lias been 111 for
the past twelve weeks, walked out
doors Monday for the first time.
(Irorge Washington has recovc-el from
his Illness and lias gone to work tor the
ltobln Hood Powder Co. alter having
been laid off for ov. r twcho weeks.
A. N. Foster ls !i -lairing Ihe damage
done to his barn on Sou Hi Itiver strret.
by putting on a shingle roof.
The high winds of Tuesday ptniislied
n huge plnle class window in Iho Yin-
til. (leoige Iliwley of Jciey City i
passing his vacation In town.
l'our tine do-i weie s.r-n at a iiistanee
of 20 rods Tues l-i, morning by Mr. and
Mis Ci. II. Hill in William Klttell's mea
dow . Kllllman Page, an old n sklent, who
n-vided on the liakeirllcld road, died Mon
day MKs Margaret Crowley or Dar
lington Is the KTiiest nf Wlnzola Morev
tiny Sherwood, who shot himself last Fri
day nnd who has 1" en at I). Pattens
since is stlil living hut there is no hopo
of ids lccovrry. Mrs. Dgb.rt Colhurn
hao returned from concord. N. II., wheio
she has been Ihe guest ot her daughter,
Mrs. (e-orgo Y Ilco-c for the past live
II. K. lleirkk left Monday morning on
a short Inisitifss nip lo Nttwich. Conn.
Chester Ilmlliiirt Iris In , n unite 111 the
pasi wei); with i-iin-,-. ( !. ( Holmes was
in Rutland Thius.lnv .mil Friday of last
v.i'ik. Mis. II J l...n and son. Charles,
en i,ilt.. ill with the grip Mr. and Mrs.
.I.inii i Duller and daughter. Minnie, re
turned Wednesday night from u visit
wllh relatives in Doston, Mass. Mrs. 11.
A Stiinets is ill with ,i severe attack of
the grip Mifs Caroline Fisher tell re-eenth-
and btoke two ribs. Miss Fislu r Is
bel'lg e.'irc-.l lor al tile home bf 'p. j;
Slim hour.- F.iIk.ii- Stinehonr has iecoi r-
il 1 1 din his ri . "lit lllin -s and has re
'ii'nol Ids dune in da eh i tlie light st.i
Mis.-. Nellie Flod. who has be.n .s, ;
wiih t; plioid fr for the pa-t st . en
wnks, is gaining rapidly. ch irh-s
N-oe-in. who . sick 'Villi tyjihoid, is
i ..iisidTed out of dang, r if in. does nor
bi' a relapse - 1 r. Allen of Sw.intou
i.iel Ur Drown of Shi Idoii lield a consul
tation at S. S Marvin's, who till on 1 1 1 - -Mat
hoi platform l-'ebiuary ii and dis
placed the right kidney. The Pa rlin
Drldgc cmnpany i-ie Just cmpb t- il n
new iron biidge our (he mouth of Dl.uk
Creek at this pkite. It leplacs tl one
that llio ice carried away Ovo years ago
The new butter fnctniy opened Monday.
March 21. F. F. Smith of Ciistleton is
the butter ir.nkcr. Mr. Smith and kindly
nie lioai-illni; at the new 1'ortland House.
- c. W. Oleed of Littleton N. II.. Was
brio over t5.ind.iy visiting liis gr.iiulpai
' nts, Mr. nnd Mrs. W II. Wnght. The
ti' w iron hiidgo at the month of the
ei. k was put on last week. It Is M tect
'"us and it Is good crossing now.
Mr. r ml .Mrs. Chalks S. ltoiuvls nf
Walertown. Mass., are visiting at the
home ,f ilomir 1'razier. llaidy Frnzlor
of Dartoii l visiting his liroilier, llomer
Frnzi-r - )le. c. c. Shangraw lias ijoue
to tli- M-iiy l.'letciicr hospluil, Durllng
lon. ioi li atuienl Mrs. John Monlletli
and i- Willi. m,. ,n,. Isiting in Canada.
Miss-- Nellli and Ivy Dilbhfoiil li,ie
none to fsw.tiiton .Inn. Hon to work. Af
ter the long nnd tedious construction work
which was began i,u the -ft It of last liec
einhi r on the lactory of (J. W. Dowse
known as the Crystal Falls creaiiu ry,
erected on the old l.ennrd mill pnviliiie
of this season, Il has been otllclally
stated that the construction Is so nearly
(otnplcto us to allow opperation to soon
I'oinmence. The ' riamery will be opcialed
by Ci. W. Dowse, Jr.
It was a great day for single hlcssid
niss at tho Franklin (utility court Fii
duy, and enough pi oplo were mado
happy to start a small ilhge. The fol
lowing decisions in divorce cases have
bein handed down: Normaii Merrick vs.
Adelle MMlkk, bill gratibd mi the ground
of descrllon; Harriet (Iri.-wold lappet-vs.
(ieorgo A. Deppcr, bill was granleil for re
lu.iii 1 and lugieel to sui I" ' 1 1 ; (teorglana
M. Dodgo vs. ICdw.'iid K. Iiooge, bill
grilitid for Intolerable secrity, alhuuny
as per order on file; Kntlierlue M. Pierce
vs. Fred K. Pleice, bill gtanted for into).
' ruble severity and neglect and refusal
to support; Leslie C. Parsons vs. Delhi L.
P.iisons, luli granttd for ik st I Hon; Mal
vii.a S. Dames vs. (Jhniks It. Danics, dl
vono asked for in gleet and rifusnl to
support mid wilful desi rtlon, the pclltloii
was dismissed; Alice l.a Oraiigo vs. John
LaOrnnge, 'hill granted for desertion; cus
tody of minor child decried to pciltloner;
(ionleii Fav (Jeoihs vs. Ni Hie M. lieeldes,
bill granted for desertion. .lrlle N. At
kins s. Arthur Atkins, bill granted for
cruel ttcntnient by Ihe defendant, and
neglect lo care for his wife and family;
F.tllLl W. Docile vs. Clinton II. Ilecde,
bill gianted for neglect and lefusal to
support; alimony allowed as per stlpul.i
lloii on illo; Martha M. Farnsworth v
William M. Farm-win Hi. lull granted for
desertion; Louise. Winter St. Lawrence vs.
Daub I St. LiiwiTiiee, 1,111 granted for In
tolerable severity and the petitioner
lias tho household goods as alimony;
Llszli St. Johns vs. Joseph St. Johns, bill
granted for intolerable severity; James
(.' Ward vs. Ftta Ward, bill grunted on
ilio ground of dusortion; Sarah II. Ding
hap, vs, Frnest Dliiglmui, Mil granted
on the ground of neglect and r fus il to
Mipport; Dosey l.npolut l'reiuli Vs la n
Jamln F. French. Mil gl'filited feir ilesif
tlon; Israel Camel vs. Mnrle M. Camel,
bill rrantfd on the ground of doiertion,
Klin 1. Lvarts vs Mention Hvarts, hill
grunted on tne ground of intolerable
severlt ; S.iiah Louise Armstrong vs
Ranford W. Armstrong, bill granted on
tho ground of intolerable seventy In
tho ensu of W. J, firos.s vs, C S. Lewis,
on which tho plaintiff obtained a verdict
on jury ttlal, a motion was tn.tdo to p,-t
aside the erdlct. i.idd and DorlKht for
the plaintiff opposed. Tho case ()l Allen
Worth As Co. vs. 1.. S. Camrihell, wldcli
was set to tlie (oiirl. was f-cttkd, Tlie
plallitllf i "C( ives $225.
(leotge Man III, late of tlin firm of
Willis ft Matvlti, Jewelers, left Mon
day lor Deauinont, Texas, where) ho
h is (iccepted II good position.
The death of Miss Mabel J., daughter
of Mr. mid .Mrs. Iiairlson Watson, or.
etirrod ot her hoinn on Foundry street
ol live o'clock, Titisday morning, hi tlm
22nd year of lirr age. Tlie funeral will
he held from the houso nt two o'clock
Tlie Ihst new maple sugar of tho sca
mp appeared hi the market Tuendny.
The (inallty was cccHcut, the supply
small and the price 20 cents per lioitnd.
Tlie condition of tlie Hon. F. Slew-art
Stranahan continues favorable and liu ls
slowly icgalnlng ids sticliBth.
The Home Missionary Focletlrn of thi
Methodist Church will hold an Faster
sale April n In Foresters' hall. Tlie Chris
tian Dnilcavor Michty gae a noclal In
tin; Vestry of tlie Dapllst Chilteli l-'rlday
'veiling. A short literary and mnsital
Pl'( glatiline was n uih ted. A ptthtle social
was held Monday evening. March 21, at
tlie liome of Mr. and Mrs. Janus Kemp,
under the auspices of Harmony Rohckah
lodge. No. A.i. A literal' programme was
glvi u and lcfieshmeiits i rved. The lu
neral or the yoiuig son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Duhlee was held at tho lioase at
two o'clock Weilne.-day.-MIss Winirriil
lligalls ot FiellHhsburg Is the giii-sl of
.Mrs. C. c Wliiiin -Mrs. Snruh Stetson
tlously III. The Ids. fl. W. Hunt ut
lenili d a meeting of
elation in St. Alba
Donald, infant son .
I tu 1 1 , was atlendi'd
at two o'i Ioi k ot lb
ile .Ministerial a.-s-o-a.
-'I'lie fun. lal of
il Mr. and Mr. J. S.
house. (iould Doiv-
ney has lliilrhcl c 1. iking in tlie store of
Aseltlno ,. i tii i n wood and gone to ids
home m Franklin Ml Llz.'.lo Vniuig
has gone to St. Albans, vhero she Ins cm
pkiymetit. 1 ir . F. II. Drown nttcnihd the
meeting of the Slid- Dental sieietv In
Montpelier. Mrs. II. C Uoyee of Sic ldon
has been spending a few da.s with in r
pun nts. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. A. C.aines.
The villa'.'" schools opened Monilnv a f
ii r a two wi i It's vacation. Austin Clark
Is III Willi typhoid p".'i r. The coiiilui ,n
ert Kent Perley, who has kern ill the
pii"t mouth, ,s f t orable. The Young
peoph's Home Mi-slonary michty m-" t
Frldav evening Willi Koy Ahi-ll. The
"King's lieralos" will meet Saturday af
ternoon at thioe o'i ki.-k with ltuhv Storv.
1-WlS Touclictte bis plTehllS"d of II.
P. Herrlck the hitter's house on Mlssk
(iinl street. --.Y. 11. Wright has moved to
Noitb Main street In 1 ' C. KiinbaH's iee
eni. iit. .Mr. Wnght h'- sold Ids black
smith shop aeios- the river to (Seorgi
Drwiu ale! pnreliasei: Hie shop on Depot
sin . t John Fish is seriously 111. 7 1 S.
limb k has gone lo Thomnsvllle, CJcorgia,
tor n stay of -evir.il wei lis. Tim earth-(iual-
v.slti d this pi iee. Persnns woie
nwaki ned trom sleep by tho rocking of
C. P. Iticard has hhed Mr. I-a Doinliard,
brother of Frank La Dombnrd of this
place, to wink for tin- season, and has
moved the family from their former home
in Chnzy, N. V., to the tenement house
owned by A. IC. llnnslnger.
A valuable young team, ono of which
Is u four-year-old coll, owned by F. M.
Hubbard, was badly hurt In a runaway
incident Monday afternoon. Mr. Hub
bard was loading lumber at a saw mill
in Swanton, tho lines being held liv a
boy on tho sleds. The colt stalled sitd
ctouly. throwing tho hoy off and tho team
ran down tho street, becoming sep
arated, in front of Mrs. Sarah Iniubar's
grocery store, and the more vnluahlo ot
the two horses with the pole, erasned In
to the plato glass window Ihe whole
length, nnd laid over tho counter. The
horse was llteially cut to pieces. Tho
colt escaped with a few slight "cratches
from the tllng glass. A vetirinaiy snr-g-on
from St. Albans was called and
worked l.-i.'t night kit, hoping to save the
lPiii'-e, horse 1- is report. .1 tint Ap
Hiibharo r. liiseil a round sum tor -li,
I i ir lis! m . 1 -I'lie in it.hl.ors and
Ira nds .i" . .mpi-i-e let option lYUiav
nl-'l.t to Mi -ii ! Mrs .) ,n-o , WaT- :'.
lorn "-ih o;' !' -Mir, who hi-.e n,"..t'y
1 ought the i-i ill- 1 Amos Hobui on la-m
'!'he evening wis pli asaiith pi-sod wllh
rii i;s L- and soi lal mP-ri .mi s,., !U1 1 ;ho
ho t aed liosp s wi re assured of hearty
wel, urn .-Mis , j-. Itnyce, who has
been eonlini d to In r room with asthma
: ml hroni hit i l'oi seven wieks. remains
clioiit tlie suite-Miss C.u lie AVIlder has
gone to Hie A, lire. ..la, Us for her Inalth.
The foi.rlli y, ar of rural free delivery
of mall on route No. I from St. Albans
was comploti 1 Man h 1".. During that
time N. II. Mi n iik, tl" . 'iiier. has never
lost a trip-N i:. Jeiiiilsou of Cliicdgo,
111., is in town on biishn ss.
GRAND ISLE COUNTY
W. A. Clark is 111 with grip. It. S
Wllliaiii'on has gone to lus form, r home
in Durke, N. Y.. to so Ins sister, who
Is very sick. L. M. Mitchell is assisting'
in ills stoic whin lie is away. The fami
ly ol W. H. Sabn; went to Lowell, Mm-s.,
Saturday, whui- they will reside hi the
luttire. i;. C. Darliy, rural currier, is slclt !
and a substitute carrier, Ira Senrles, i,s
dellverc.l in ill the past week. Mr. and
Mrs. W. y. Vantino spent Thursday in
Swanton. l!.,y (leibki and vifo iiave
lame to i'nrllnpion, where he expeeis
lo get a position as motorinaa mi the
electric can- Mrs, S. L. Drayton, who
was tin i atoned with pneumonia, is Im
proving Miss Willi' closed lur school
Weeln-'ilay mil Thursday of last we, k,
as a teacheis' e.iinlnation was held In
Ihe si-lioil house nnd went to let- home
ill Platishurgh. N. V.
Miss M ib'-l Dnycc has gone to Darling
ton to thi' hospit il to he operated on for
appendicitis Misses Mattle and Marie
Iioekwill are home from Montpelier for
a vieatlon. Mrs. Florence Diayton Is
coiillned to the bed by illness. Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. W. Congdon iiave returned from
New York State, while they have been
tor several wciks.Mrs. W. .1. McNeil, who
lias been in town for two months, has
returned to Lebanon, N, II.- Mr.-. Josie
Lewis and Ml-s Dthyhii Itockwell spent
Sunday wllh lrl"iid.i hi Durlington v.
Waircn Itoeliwell spent several days la-t
week visiting fl lends on Lake (lenrge.
School clieed al Ihe Cenicr Friday.
Miss Waily Itej nolds is home on a vaca
tion from Durlh.gtou.
About filly ft lends and lclallves of Mr.
Samuel Phelps gave him a very pleasant
suiprise p.uiy Saturday afternoon from
two until Inc. the occasion la ing tlie Mull
birthday. The sum of $lni was presented
Mr. Phelps. Dining tin- afternoon ivfivsh
nii tils weio seivi d. Charles Ciotto
formerly of tills town Is visiting his
patents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Crotto.
Maple Lawn A( adnniv reopened Monday
lor Hie spi-ini; term. Tho prize speaking
contest will be held at the Congregational
Churili Friday evening. Mutch 25.
The homo of Samuel Phelps wns tho
scene of u veiy pleasant gathering on
Saturday at let noon. March m, it being the
Mith nnnlveisniy of Mr. Phelps's birth.
About .rii)t of his townspeople assembled
In llo Ilium;- to one Whose exempWl y Hfc
has been passed wholly in thla town, and
wliioe "hoary head is Indeed u ctown of
glut " At the closo of a lew appropriate
iciniilks by tho Dcv W- MIHir, .Mrs.
Hit rah Petty piesciilod Mr. Phelps wllh a
muse of $tor,.5fi. ihe gift of South Hero
Irleinls. ami the following lioii-iesldents
or Ihe town; Dr Durdlck or Fudeihlll,
lloiilil brolliers of Maiden, Mass., Mts
(loi'ilsiieeii of Minneapolis. Minn .' Jllss
1 '.inula Phelps of Minneapolis, Jlinu., Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Phelps of Fairfax, Mrs
Till: I'llUH l'HllS ASSOCIATION.
t'rsuhi Phelps of Fairfax, David Dillon
of Cadyilllo, N. V., Ildiry Phelps of
llrushton, f. V., Mr. and Mrs. Vale,
Mrs. Doardmnn and II. O. Ittvnoids of
lliirllngton, Mrs, Will LaiKlou of St. Al
bans. Mis. Miller graei fully icsponihd
in be.half of Mr. Phelps, to whom Ihe whole
affair came as a perfect surprise. The
dainty lefreshliienls for wldcli the ladies
of Smith Hero tiro Justly renowned, com
pleted tho afternoon. Conspicuous mining
them was the birthday cake Willi Its love
ly dccotatlcns of pnnslos and 1S2I-100I hi
pink upon white, Hie handlwoik nf Mrs.
Fmajali Phelps of the Sand Dar. William
Prcklns, who lias been routined to the
house two weeks with a sprained ankle,
is able to be about again. lint ry Mcllrldo
of liellows Falls visited a few days In
town hist week. Fred Larrow ls moving
to Wllliston, where he has bought a
farm. Alson Donavou, who Is working
at Camp Martin, spent Sunday ut his
lintne here. Mis. John Pciklns, Sr., Is
coiillned lo lb" bed wllh Illness, Dr.
Cat on is in attendant e.
Miss Itooney closed her winter term of
school here on Friday and has gone to her
heiine in Swanton Mr. and Mrs. llodliey
Hathaway of Dutllngton ate visiting tie it-datightc-,
Mrs. J. i Luld. Mrs. Mat
gatet Henry is quite ski; with pneumonia.
Homy Lndtl lias tented the house owni d
by rjirorgc Dtemihii and will go to house
keeping at one. - CommissloiK I s on Die
Cnlvln Dell estate will meet with II. il
Deyiieihls on tlie 2lli. Mr. (iairatid ha.
sold ills stock ot golds and will floo to
Now York Slate net week.
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Mrs. Helena Tenney li'is returned from
a isit In Keesf vllle, Plat tshiirgli and
Weal Clinnv. Herbert Houghton is
home ftoin Swanton for a vacation.
Mrs. Janus JurvN ha-, gone to llaver
hl'l. Mini for the summer -Miss Florette
Hill riinl Cora Sinythe ,,nd Jerome Smy
Ibe .ae irovd to Arllngto-i, Mas;.
Tlie fourth (luarterly lonlerence of the
Methodist Chiueh was held in March Kith
at tho irstry. The presiding elder was
present. The following otllecrs were eleoi
d: Steward.- II. II. Hill. W. F. Hill, D.F.
Pil.e, Joliii Hoolm. Seymour Pike, Mrs.
o. J. Thomas. Mrs 1. T. Tromblev and
Mrs II. (J. liolcomb. Mrs. I-; S. Floury
and W. W. 1'islt, (ommittee on muulo. A
unanimous invitation was given to tin
pastor the Dev. (ieorgo I,. Story to re
turn to the charge. Mrs. II. ' Holi'imb
was elected u di h pato to represent the
ehureh nt tlie ceinfeienco held in Mont
pelier; iilternate, Mis. Ira Hall. The
social held at Lerllo Pilo 's lnt v.'i ek was
well attended and a pleasant time is
reported. I'lie Ladles' Aid sochly w'll
give a New IJiigland supper at tin
Mothodpi Cliui-eh Ft Ida v evening. Mai'-li
2" for the In netn of the pastor. - Mt -
. M. l.engfeld his t-ittiriKil from
P!attbuit,h. Miss Mary Montgomery
h-is return -d from (irand l-'.e and Al
bureh, where he lias L-"- il holding
The Saturday Nlcht club will meet Willi
Mrs. Hibbard mxt Saturday evening.
Miss Woodwerth's mother l.i so much
improved In hcak'i as to penult the
former to tcsume her school duties next
Tuesday. The Utile daughter of Orviil"
Wariner died Siinlay morning. ("b-orge
Phelps of Milton while returning home
from South Hero Saturday evening, drove
into an opening in the n-e where iei had
he n taken out. His call for holf was
heard and he was lonu rescued. .Henry
Stono and fnmily are to movo to South
Hero in the near futine.
Justin I.aDoiinty who has been ill for
months seems to bo a little more com
fortable. o. W. Iteynol.ls i-i In a criti
cal rendition with little hopes of his re
COVI i v.
Justin Laboimty, a llfc-Iong resdi nt of
Oambiiilge, died Monday. He leavis a
wile and thn o sons to mourn his los
The pnod husband and father, the kindly
in u'tibor and frn nU will be miss(,i.
turn lal will be le Id at la.s late homo at
il.-'.i.i o'i lock Wedmsdav. M.'inh -Ii
l."e I,lisvoilh C'lntinii-s ahoui t1,. inc.
--I'i'ink St-iit. wlio lie In en id with
.1 mi-die-, w. nt Pi his homo in V ik. rub id
Moiui.iv for a f"W dis of ri st In Pne i
Min'.ieg ids duli's at tlie ' C.iuibu.lge
Mis D. 1' i lit-l.insi in, whose aim was
mi ired in the wreck at Hie lltujh.ioks In -low
Cambridge Sainrdav. nnds li-r InJ-o-v
more si i ii m s than in llrst ri poi ted. C. W.
SO gles lias fort- carp enters at w.ul.
buildii.g i,.ii?,s Pa- his triin. d nnliti.it
, how. Tra tiling is bad it being neither
wheeling or sleighing Manv sugar niak
(ls have Hipped Put no ono has made
.sugar so far as i oporto,!.
The yo-mg ladles to the number of about
twenty not believing in tlie Idea of leap
.war, Indiilgc-d In a tide all In- thein
S' Ives Ftidn evening, but the young
gi ntlein. il were not to bo b It out anil un
beknown to the ladles engng. d a team
from Morrisville and toon a lide. Tin-
(!i-tinaton ol botli ii.utbs was the same
(The liandalll at Morrisville, where a
mmpluous tuppcr w is seind and a. phas
. i.t i onlng e njoyi d.
Ddwin Dullard, who his been m the
West Pa- tho prist two ji'ini arrived In
town Friday. He expects to spend some
Mrs. Abble Allen, whose illness has
been reported, died at her home on
Church stieet Momlav morning nt about
eight o'i look. Mi". Allen was pilon iek
Hie tenth of Feluuirv with the grip
which wi nt to her brain and she has
been a great sullerer. Tho funeral was
liel.l from tho house Wednesday af
ternoon nt one o'clock,
MPs Aqnus Dower returned Tuesday
night from n visit to her homo in
Mrs. M. P. Cheney Is ill with pneu
monia. F. Darnby Leach of Itichford held
llpltcopal services at tho Congrega
tional Church Wednesday evening.
II. M. .MeFarl.ind left Wednesday
morning foe Doston. whom ho will en
ter a hospital for tieatment.
Mrs. Millard Filmoie died nt the home
of her parents, Mr. and Sirs. 11. H.
Oeorge of Summer street. Satuidiiv morn
ing nt l'So o'clock. The funeral wns
held from her late homo Monday after
noon at two p. ni. The Dev. I. I'. Dootll
officiating. Mrs. Fllmnre's Illness lie
gan in grip several weeks ago mid two
weeks ago sho underwent an oporiitioii
for appendicitis. Since that time she has
b'-eii very low, other complications liav
lug .irlnen. Sho was horn in this town
about 2'i yrats ago and most of her life
has been spent here. She is survived by
her husband, father and mother and two
brothers, Fable Oeorgo of this village
and Henry Oeorge of Attleboio. Mass.,
besides a large circle of friends and rela
tives, Tile announcement has been received
here of the 11111111.0 In San Mateo, C;il.,
of Andy I'dnll, a former popular eleik
in Oeorge P. Drowne ,t Co's store, and
Miss Satali M. Kcll. The young couple
will 1 aside in San Francisco.
1.. D. lloynlon, who has been business
manager of the Mnplowood Sugar and
Syrup Co., lias bought tlie stook and Is
now eoiiiliietlue the business as owner
It. li. Peek has sold to A. l. Hurko
a building lot ncljolnlng property recontly
purchased by the latter on Cherry
The suclal ijiven nt fl. A. It. hall last
Saturday evening hv the ladles of James
M. Warner, . It. C, was a pleasant
nfl'ilr. The MoriNxllle cadets ttirnlshcil
entertainment by drills and sontvs uud
Miss Lola Tow lie gave piano solos. Light
refreshments were also sorvod. During
the evening II. J. Ishuni was prosented
by Jojnes M. V) timer Post, 0 A II. ,
with a handsome silver ice water si t .11
a token of npnreclntlon for tho tcnlet
rendered by Mr. Isham during Hie recent
Msrls Smith, son of Mr and Mrs C F
Smith, undeiwent 1111 operation for uppcD-
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May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail.
Weak tint! unhealthy kidneys arc responsible for mora
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when through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble ii
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Your other organs may need attention but your kid
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The mild nnd Immediate effect of
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VS CGTTAGi: ST., MKL.UO-5K. MASS.
DLAP. SID: Jan. lltli, Jvfl.
"Kei- since I wai In lin- Army. I had
more or less kkhev trouble, and with
in tlie past year it botanic so severe and
complicated that I suffered everything
and was much alarmed my stiength
and oower was fast leaving me. I saw
: 11 advertisement of Swamp-Loot and
wiote asking lor advlci . I btgau too
use of the tnedi -iue and noted ,1 decid
ed impiovdiient after taking Swanip
P.oot only a short time.
I eoiitiini d its us and am thanklu to
ay that I .11.1 -ntlr. ly 1 tired and . tronr
In onbr to be vrv sure about tins
I had a doeior enuini- sone of mv
WMe-r to-d iy and no prom ion d it all I
right ned In m lendl I , .ukIii m
1 snow tr 11 - nor swamp-He' t I pnte-
Iv i-a.-labl -
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com! .'"i' I-" 01
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sent fr. ! 11. 1 p st ,,
DDI I'dlllAI, M)'l t;
the -no--i ilist 1 o -,! , , 1 -w-ondei
fill n er. 1 - . ii 11. -motion,
1 nth nt . '- ' !
thousunds upon tho-i ondi
e lin d The va 1 i .ru! --n
of kid' "N
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: re .id' ised 1 1 m nd 1 ur
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Co , Dingli initon, N V . 1 1
hngti n "'i I'klv Fr- l'i
gcnuine-s of tills ofti -.
lie it i-. .,1 the Marv 11 te'irr lio.-pital In
Dtirliiictoii la -.t Thui--d.iv i'id at last re
port w.n making goo I pr"-;r -s.
1 ! iwa n 1 Smith, who is r, elviuir tnat
tm 'it the Maiv t'l. lib. r heispit..l 111
Diiiliii-;tii-i while 1 .... v . 1 1 - ; from an 0,1
eration lor appeii'lii'ltis. is H"W suffi nti
fn in an ittm-k ol no .nl' -
.Mis. I'h.irp.i, Uraimi 1'nhatn. N TL,
l.i in town, huvimr 1 en ill d le r- t" at
ti 11 I 1 111 1 liner 1 1 of 1" r i niisc , Mr. Am. 1
( ,. 01 ' 1 'diniii'o.
Miss .le-eplnni' S'it"'i e it home from
Dnrllio-'loii to spend I!' l'i nr vaeil.i'i
li'i'ia her si hool wink at Ho- home of In''
p.ueati. Mr. .i:.d Mi 11. A. .Sl,iyt"ii of
Park Mil 1 t.
Mis. Koniain Mono and --on of Pitd
fu Id ari in town in a i-.t in the !n
tn. r p il 111-, Mr. ai'd Mr,. J. P.. l'arkcr
ol Maple street.
il M I0W11.1 is ' inline I to the him
I i!hi. s.
Mis Alit-id Fi.cuo n n. ! .urlii.:;io-i. ! '.
lin,- P. . 11 i.illcil ih 1 10. oouiu ot tie
lib . si if lier mi. tie 1. Mn Cistsr U -i t
Miis I .lltli. PI . 11 1 ih I .1.1 .ghtei- of l
. 1 1 I Mi - ll.nl'i n 1 ' 1 ion. is i 1 y ill w Mb
mi-a-es al the bom. it l.i 'lin I", V.' V. .
I ulano. where : be w 1.1 bonding wluh at
t. ailing i lln.il al tin .n ' 111 .
Miss Katie in.. Dm ton lias lini.ih. 1
work 111 lleori'o p. Drowi X- Co. 'a Stole
and will woik l.n- Mi- 1' I' Koe.i r In h -r
lnilllnorv toro the cummi: seaieii.
A spot 1 11 agi nl of the rural tn-e deliv
ery system was in tlii.i villigo Monday
and examined 10 candid itos tor the pon
Hon of 1! F. 1. earner on the route to
be mado .n .nil.
The annual meeting nf the Conn I i v
associating whiili was adjourned ft 0111
tlm second Tuo.-day In March lo the fol
lowing Thursday, was held at the lul-il-nce
of J. W. Wilcox. Tho ofllien
ckclcd tor 1901 are; Superintendent W
W. l!iimoie; president, Mrs, Lucy Dean;
vice-president, Mis L. K. Harrington;
sicictaiy. Mrs. Ililttle P.rnwii; tnasitier,
Mrs Lisle C. Smith; directors, Mrs Kmily
(ireen. Mis. Am ilia lklwnrds, Mrs. Julia
Slygles. .Mrs. Alice llowarl. Mrs. Lottie
A. Page, Mi. Hci-iii Milctiily. and Mm.
.Mnu 1 so Wilms Tile lln.iliil.il conili
Hou of the association Is good; and much
enthusiasm was manifested 111 regard to
1 Hi ther iniproveiiu nts. The iccoid for
llii'e, Is J.'ID raised by gilt and subscrip
tion, to add to the is-rmauout fund,
which Is now $li) In the Durlington
Savings bank inoncv raised memorial
day, und at three social gatherings, and
rummage sale $112 1."i. milking in all
$J'il.Ki, paid Mipeiintendelit $s.00 and
cash na hand for further Impi nvenients
JIM, The association has also received
the gift of a deed of land adjoining tho
old ecineteiy, containing about sixty lots,
presented by D C. (iilswold and H. W.
Vni num. Hev. A. (1 Mohr of Cnmbridge
has hi-en ( imaged, by the Chund Army nf
lite itepublle to deliver the annual ad
dress In the Town hall May :i). tho
unniial dinner will be served in tho din
ing hull at Hotel Mclcudy.-Tlio Ilttlo
d.iughtor 01 Mi und Mrs. f!. Lease la
much better.-Air and Mrs. Allston
Wetherhee and daughter from I'iko
Station N II. are stopping at W. W.
Smith's --Mis lyaiira Pagi from Mont
poller Seminar li is spent t-avoral days
hero tho past wef k - The v 1 llv of all the
Sunday si hook m nibldere Cimliriilee.
atcrvllle and this plai e was held here
Mnrch 14. '1 In nieiti,g was well attend
ed, and was a vei pkasint and hulp
tui occasion, though siiral of tho spiak-
MT EM IT.
may test lis vut'ies for sir h disorders as
Ki i iic-. 1.1 nidi - and uric a- id diseases,
poor digestion, being oblige I to pass vour
water lieu leelly nighl .1.1 I u mti
Ing or 11 ri ;it .-m In pas I'll.-, biicl: .1. t or
sediment 111 tin- mine, h, id , h hi (i-ccIil-,
lame Lack, dizziness, sleepless cos,
luil-vousness, heart eli-tiu nan- a to
bad kidney trouble, skin e---i.pt 1 . fi un
bad blood, neuralgia, rhe ini.ilu-ni 1 1
betes, bloitlng. In itabilit v. wne-eit
for Hug, lack ot ambition, loss 1 1' ti-sh,
.sallow eomi l.-xlu' . "f Bright - d'-. ,i"r.
If yoar water, wle n allowe 1 to remain
undisturbed in a ulass or bottle for
twer.ty-four boors, forms a sedimeint or
settlim: er lis-i a e lo idy atipea' aie . , it is
evidenco tint your kldne3 an 1 bla idor
r.rM tmnio.llate attention.
Sw.ii'ip-Itoot 1 it proat ilis. iorv of
Dr. Kilne r. th- i mtivit Kldnev an I blad
m r sin ei.d'st. Hospit 1 s nso it with won
d. 1 ful sic 1 -ss in notb slight a" I severe
"ills ;i' d
i re at.
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( . ' h'l Wit' N ! -d t'l t k. 1' ' t.
.'lo 1 11.1 c lil 1 'I . .l.'lilid ft-'itn I . .' g
pi 1 ' i.t, ami.rg who'll woii la .'w I .- 1
.i's pti-ltl"pi ,e . .'..' assiit i ' P"i -d
I... Di v. L. M 1"'..I 1 fo 1.1 s, ,. t in . f
tl!'- C ,(,. .,. -. , , , ,a,l f.' it- 1 i 1
Si C nr. Tl1 i ' . ni' 11 pi-- s. t v. , i t' n
K. 1; 1 1. K. i-i a' 1 - lii . 1 . tie 1. v
c. Mohr 01 1 ' imi'i 1 h . ih" It. 1 r
Fr, '.. h ol ,b. ,' " 1 ' . K. 1 C S It '
o' IDilep irk 1 .1 ih Dev. 1 1 1 ' It 1 u -1
Ol t I ,1 p' .1 ' Il ' s I , 1 .,'
ten .it tl"- ,1 mi- b I' at Hi ti 1 Mi
n mn and 1 - ' " - t w ho h ill '
ill .1. ill 1 I . I 'illl ' li'i it. s 1 ' 1 .
l'i ni'il ga 1 1 1 1 1 1. -' 1 -, .1 I'll --
Volley Wlnli-g ai I wi.'o 1 1 1 ii- 1. 1
to ihe Artie. i- I"'.- ' : 111 I v. ' ,11
nil 00 -.euar Id t re th - s r
( lvlmbiill .. 1 I .1 ir litii II 11 1, t
S.t'liy It r vii'i ii- "d- .1..- ''1 1'
and Wife il" p. ! si iv wu'i ri '. 1
l'niiie is lmpioii! g. ..nd u ' 1 e s
- 1 - in w ill In 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 .11 . .
d.is.. Mrs L. . l'b U'h.-r 1- 11 m '
- nl l,;e,ll nt the Lull. '' 1 l'. , I
li. ! wllh Mr-, l: II. Slerwi" t ' - n
l'i nl iy night -I. M. Jon. .1 i- ' ' -I
s h-i c t 1 k- 11 ipi to 1 . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 -li
- in Jl cents to 1", cents in one '
L 1 1i.n1 n wis in 1 1 'i I ' 11 K 1
lni-inis- list w . k Dr. ! I, ' M iiri
I. i-t it ii nil..- lo i o on Wiiii ''iy
(.. a-g M 1.11 w ,s . jioi 1 in 11; d. i
Il-t WOik Mlii A''(-e Tlio.u H nf
lo'ine fr no Duilirgiioi 101 1 ; a- i! iys
M-s, I'.li Wo-I nil s' Vl-ltl-l-' 1.' 1 ' UK1'
t. 1 , Mr- ci ils Tnl, ic. ' t ' I ' 1 lie
IMi -1 D.'b'il WiMev i u. 1 ' er 'am
t, t. Mis I .1 Ki'lky. it Mo-ii-- -I la-'
wnl:- Mr . Detiha N'orin ! K nkl
i visiting Inr pan nts. 'l ' I Ml -Frank
Cliase. Kll Wcst.-ott ' o
(ieoige. wire on the train th. t j.i- r.eKi I
nt C.imbrldgr on Saturday and b 'th ai
quite ba lly hurt.
Tho Sunday sopool j.illj .( V M. th
odlst Church on I'lidav. Minn 1- w n
conducted by tho lb v. C. C St l ' ur nf
Morrlsvdlo and lirovod .hi m. 1- f
niucli Interest ami Insplratinii l'i - 1;. i.
K. M. Fuller was Uliable to be pr. -. 1 1,
the Dev. li. L. Story of Isle 1.1 Main
taking his place. Mr. Story iblivinl a
btlt 1 lug address In the evening 011 the
Importance of clilld-tralnlcg. Ti e lb i .
G Mohr of Cambridge spoke n the if.
ternoon on the homo department w ok.
The papers pteseiited on what we need
111 our Siinda bi'hnol work by H e It v.
K. M. II. Abbott, Miss Savage, Ml-- Kon
lield and Miss Ellen Shams all snowed
much thought and contained helpful und
Inspiring suggestions, a township orpin,
izatiou was turmoil. The nomhuitlng coin,
niltteo were Mrs A. M. Kimball, Miss
Nellie Walts. Mrs. M. A. Jenuey, the
Dev. U. L. Evans and Miss Alma Ken
hold; coiniimtco on constitution, Miss
II. 1!. Savage, 11. A. Mills. L. .1. Moody,
the Hev. K. M. 11. Abbott. Mts. X.
Dlgoknv. The nominating committee rec
ommended tho following persons for of
licers and they wero elected by the asso
ciation. President, V Ai Ahhett. 100
prestdent, it II Qa'.e. secretary and
treasurer, Miss Alma Kenfk-ld. superin.
tendent of home departmtnt Mrs AIDo
A. lt.iinond. The rommltteo on constltu
tioit lecomtni nded the adoption of tho
model cutibtltntiou for towuhip aio-