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THE BURLING TON Kill!) Ill I'KJCSS
WAS I : R A Z V DRUNK Edward Holm Says That Was Why He Attempted to Cut His Wife's Throat. GUILTY OF INTENT TO KILL Rrtttrncr Prrrrrcil until l.nlrr In Term of Itiilliiiul toiiiify Court -III 1'nt irllc ltetrrni;c Was Colnnne mill leolitil Mltril .leal-nl- Only W lirn Drunk. llullanil March 2. Kilwttrd Holm of West I ! ii 1 1 it t 1. I lie- man wlni tut his v.-lfc throat with ii 'razor Kolii navy 6 mil thru tried to commit miiehlo by culliiisr his own, was foil ml Kiillty In Jliilliiml County Court to-day of ns sn nit wllli III tout In kill anil IicIiijt iirnird with ii diitiHorous weapon. Sou irmi was ih fcrrcd until later in the t mi The respondent "liil nut attempt tn deny that the crime w.tn committed 1 ' Im Inn iliilnii'il thai lie was crazed villi liquor at the time if the euttitiK. I I r I Di'i'iii.m, uiiilcr wliiim Holm worked in the Wrnnmt Marble cotn- li.inv's mill, te-tlllcd tn-iliiy th.U the in in t f norlto hi'VcniKo was miup kind of c iiIokIh miN'i'd with alcnhnl mid I a in u-uall.v curried n bottle nf til uiiMiire in Ills dinner pall. 1 via admitted al the time the crime Vis i in limited llnim wii very drunk. Ill ,1't.l'krd ln Wile '11 lllf kill hen, bla I "ix i nit Ii Mill's iiT lnr tliniat with a razor, just nusshiK I lie Juirlur vein, mat Him l.i I i d hi? iwn tin utit. he lii lna (-a ed from death by tiie nlnuiM Imini ill ntr itrli il of a physician, lioth hate -lit n i ic uvoreil from their injuries. Holm is n Sliced, ":i jearx of ime, and Ii d i cr lieen Known tn iUarrel with i w ic In lore, He admitted, however, ti t h i, miller the Influence of liquor lie was le.iloim of her, nltliutlcli Mho laid In ver fi vi-n him any cause lor such a lei Hup 111 TI.A.NM) COIWTV COt'llT. K'l'unti. March In llutland county ro rt t .lay Anna Knowlcs of Mt. Holly Va Ki anted a ill voice from Wesley K.iowh.i on the ground of adultery. A ilwnip granted to Anna .M. Kplpp.i iir l Ii ppenhonk 1'run Allio it. Spippu for l -toll rahle scvcrltv. Anni s va k ven a bill from Claude for w II fnl d'sertion. Wi aver Weavi r BUILDING BIG MARBLE MILL The I priniint Mnrlilr Coiiipnny Dmili- lins Ciipn.'ll.v of Whipple llollmv Mill. ltiill.i int. Man li 22 -The Vermont .Mar Mo i in. many is to build a biK ailditieu to t inr Alberton null at Whipple hollow, two nibs north of West llutland, teams ticlns at woik at the present time, dr.iw Iiik 16".im feet of lumber from Hie com pany's mill at Sherlnirne. I lie addition, whlcli will be In rumniu,' tnihr hi iibout thren inontiis. will eontaln K miiiKH and scleral rilbbim; bids. This IK i niielihifiv will pr.ietliMlly douhle the i ipa llv of the Allieiltti mill. The com Jian will also Install a 2C.-ton traveliuK crane which will run on a. track 1,10'J lict In 1' iiKtli. GOES TO SUPREME COURT lliliiienls imainst the Wind's for .Mllllslaituhlf 1- Aliened In llne lleeu Loosely lli'IMill. f?l Alba'- ll.11. h 22. Miss Uva Wlillo nml lnr lin Aliunn While, of Uieh- Jord, Indkted le the grand Jnty for man tdaUKhtcr in what are known as tho Iticli- Joril w 1 all olio! eases, will not be tried lit this term of eoiut. When com t opened last Thursdio intimitis', counsel for icspotnl- nts, mined to ipiasli the Indictments lor Manslaughter and iiImi demutri-d thereto. Ji the 1 against Hv.t White, chatKcil Mlth 11111-111K the death of .Marshall S. Xlhs.s of J!i' bfoi'd, the prisoner's eoun--rl ilalmed that it did not appear by the in clictments wheio llllss died, whether iuks was a hum, 111 eeins or an animal and that St did not appear that Hllss was IVloniou Jy k Hid. In Ahiion White's cas' , charged SMtll llisiii- the death of .Mrs. Marv l.e rroiHK ur or ,st, Arinaiul, I'. ., n is nn ".'(ii 11, at tne minor was fiirin.-ln d to hi r 1- 1 'land, that he took the lniuor int I ula aiel ndi.cii'MM". i il lo hU H. 1 di'd there. The respondent's - Kl that imiler the-'e clrcunitaneei 1' rre m he no 1U OSecllUoU in this Slat.'. I'll atne cpiestion hi part, is in isi nl. d til t e (ase against ICv.l White; In, it lie lirpeir as obtained of her by KiKnn lit' il id delivered by hllll to his I. Ilia I" M '..ill S llllss. The point raised was 1 1 i i"-ons who rtrank Hie lniuor nl d i d did not themselves obtain Hu i iff 1 W bite's. .1 nit Kovtland Mmi'in. the presiding Indue, ml: "Tills henrim; iia covered Imlh iiidiclmeiits mialnst Almon and l;,i The rlei'U may enter hi each case Unitlon and ilctnnn r overiiileit; excep. lions by resptmih nts. Of course this dis ms Hon of the matter ts priu tii allv pro rnrnia, It N the only illspusltiou of the Jnatler th.lt would enable us to taU. ti... IwlKlilci't of the supreme onrt I .11 VP w ot the whole situation in.-, .a.,) hen In l'Kard to the matter, we an in cMnrd 'o think It is best lint to ir mi- Int 1 xnene of a trial now, but i i , low the soKRcstioil of respondents' . .nm- j rel and puss the eases to the -upiM,,. ronrt at once, so that the lecal 'ipie. ".Ions lalseil may be authiirltatlvelv di . ermlned. The clerk may enter ".an.--Massed to supreme court.' " Tho case of State, vs. Almon wiui. harKed with unlawfully selllnK Intnxi fathiK Huuor was taken up at the afti r ioon session and after thirty-two Jurors nnd talesmen had been examined the fnl IiiwIiik Jury was hihited: I), W. J'.i III of lleikshlic, J, S. ICill-lei rf l"-letcher, ('. II. Iloteliklss ot aeoiiu, 7ames Median of SI." Albans town, (!. T Vnynloii of St. Albans town, IJiiicrsou , i'onibs of MoulKuniery, S, I'. Carman or JIlKliKnti, James II. .Mc.Miihou of fair field, Harry I'. Hale of I'alrllclil, Cluirb s J HIiiKhaui of St, AlbaiiH city, 1.. W. Ji.ulKcr of St, Albans city, OforKO W Cleveland of tleotBia. Court took 11 iceess after cmiauelllui? the jury until nlno o'clock Friday mora In whep the trial comuicuceil, McCAFFBRY MURDER CASE. Mate I'lnils He Has an 1. stair Ample fur Ills Siipimi'l at tliP Asjliun. .Moulpcller, .March TUo Mcfat- fery mtirdor ca.se. which ftrj profoundly stlrnd Ylii-hliiKton county 2 years iikii, was recalled In county court this afternoon when State's Attorney Jack -,oii made a motion, which was Brant ed, that the case ho brniiu;ht forward and a former order of tho court mod llleil so Unit thu expenses of o.trlmr for ilel'.ilTery at the Klnto Hospital lor the llisuno at Waterhlity may hu paid oat of his estate, which Is ample, Instead of being paid hy the State, In .March, I SMI, ilet'affcry killed his wife and mother In 'Wuterbiiry, lmiiK-Inlnfi- them to he wild animals. Ho was tiled for murder, found not guilty hy reason of Insanity ntul was sent to the lliatllehoro asylum. Sev ern I years iikii ho was removed to Wnicl bury. Tliu nslRiinients of .ludtre has been chaiiRetl so that Chief .Indue Unwell will ' 'Mini In 111 Mouliieher and uomnlelo the. .Mat eli term, .ludsc I'owcrs will ro to Kssex eouiily next wc( k to take .Indue linn ell's assignment, nnd .IihIkc 'lyler will try two casrs in Ktilhind comity, when; .ludije I'owcrs Is now ptesldhiK, Anna U Itenn of ilarshlleld was to-day granted a divorce from lllram llean on the statuloty ground Unit he Is mtvIuk a sentence of three years In State prison. MANIAC FIRES ON FUNERAL Mm- Victim Inlured Sel I'lre to the JlmiKc nml lllril llliim-lf from (Jlltisllllt Wllllllllfl. li.illinioii', Mil, .March 2.1. Ilrooklyn, just across the I'atnpsco river ftom hcte. Is hoirilli'd to-nlKlit over tlie ilceriM and death ot Walter I'oteo, all Insane man 1!S years old, who at He. funeral of his mother's child, opened lite with a icvolver, set tiro to the house ami himself died from pjun shot wounds. I'otee entered tins room and bewail llrlnir so inllfily unexpectedly that several person" wcio wounded before, they mli I ewc.ipe. Ills molhcr and i-lstcr-ln-lii w were cailKht In the kitch en and held prisoners. I'olee then linked himself In the house ami lirol upon all win) approached. Nine per sons were injured mote or less ser iously, (.if these a brother, John II. I'olee. anil AVilllani II, .Miller, a brother-in-law, are likely to die. I'olee found tlmo between shots to sprlnMn oil about the, house and set liic lo It. Willie it was burning' Ihrccly sev eial persons broke in the front door and saved from Incineration tho body of the child. Kiroincn dually extiimulshed the Humes, (in tho second Hour was found tliu body of the maniac, badly burned aboe the waist and with a capim; shot wound over the heait. Hystanders had tinil at him repeatedly, hut whether one of tin ir shots reached him duritif,- the two hour fusiladi or lie iiied by pis own hand could only be conjcetiued. Wltnl Is n cold in the bend" I., won y about if yini tieat KlyV I'leani lialm us soon as Kin to sneeze and snullle. , Nothliiff it with Villi In - Reeled. ih ci'ld may :row into catarrh, so Inllamcd and that tile lir-iiassaies be you have to tlirht for very breath. It Is true that Hly : catarrh, promptly 011 know t lie old i ' leiim Halm cures and certainly, lint saw about the ounce 01 pi'i'Ccnlloll. Therefore n,. Cieain r.alm when the cold In the head shown itself. All ilriiKclNt., Mir., or mailed by Kly l!ris ."a; Warren Street, N. V. irV) OI.V.MPIC TICA.M. ICvenl Athhte-OrKanization li) yds. iJiitTcy (.JciirKelown ... li) yds.-.la rvis Princeton (ml yds. Tewkesbury I Vim .... Ho yds.--I.onn ColuniMa tin yds.- Malune.i Clilcaso .... IW yds. Holland cieoiKetown .. M-0 yds. Crctfan I'rlnet ton .. .. lleeord. .. :i 1-3 .. tin .. :ID .. :fi : " .. ;i:i -1-5 .. :n 1-5 .. 1::.; Km) yds. itray Williams ... 1 4-3 I mile Orion Pennsylvania ..... ... ifjit .. 4:JI .. -I::.l . .. :ir. I tulle (irant Pennsylvania .. I mile (,'reKnn Pi inei'lon .. ., I Iiirdles Ki aenzleln- IVnu 1 lurdles Mel.eau Mleliisan .... liroad junii Kraenx.lein Penn. llish jump lla.xler Pcnn 1- .. :ir. n .. 2l:04i.j .... G-Mi ..t'l:i; ..1J;iiO Shut ill I Sheldon Yale Pole vault-Dvorak Michigan 1IC; OI.YPMPIC TIOAM. pio yds. Schick-Harvard 1 I yil. 1 lahn -Michigan 410 yds. I llllman N. Y. A. C... ., 4(0 ds. Schick Harvard Si) yds. l.lKhtbody -Chieaso .. .. V-ii yds. Yaleutlne-N. Y. A. C... t mile. l.lKhtlsidy-( 'IiIciiro 1 mile Sullivan Irish A. C 1 1 urdles1. cavil t William- Hurdles Friend Chicago liroad jump Prin st em Syracuse. Hiiih Jump Kerrigan Port. A. C. S lint put Sheldon X. Y. A. C Tolif vault (Hover Clucaso A. C. . :!) 2-; :..o 1 :.".7 . 1 :f.7 2-: 1:2.". , 1:22 4-: il." 4 . :l; .2t:(i7'2 . C'.OllA 4ti:nJ .lt:'i7''i. BRAVE WATCHMAN SHOT. Cave llalile In ITic llnrulars nml ll" Inslniillr Killed. Kochister, March 2-1.--i:dwaril Pullman, i oustalile and nlclit wiitelmian nt Sodus was murdeicd early this mnrniiiK by bur glars dlscovcnd by lilm In tlio art of rilling the Kliapp haul! ot that village. The blll'Khir.s lirst visited the Home, Wat crtowu ami OKilcnshunr ladway depot Winn: Ihey lih'W on n a laruo safe, siolc a small safe and ransacked the express packages. They seem i d ntilv a. small amount ot money, Then they went to the Knupp bank. They weio drilllnK :i liolo In llin safo when iliscovcred hy Pull man. Althonuli five men were oiiwikciI in the Job Pullman fearlessly cnteicd the bank and kuvo batlh'.A fusillade of shots lol lowcd durltiB which the constable was in stantly killed by a bullet passim; tlitoush In- ilKlit luiiff. The tobhers then lied liavlni: a drill III the sate. Previous to tlie ei lino they hud stolen a hor-u and EH Agitation for I lindanes In shako flu- cniilllrj. Adulterations cos I lie i-iiiiriilinis sum o! one billion, one hundred anil lient.v-lle million dollars iinilllllll) , or finirlccii dollar" for ft cry man, nouinn and child la the United Stairs, HANOVER CRACKERS Are made of the Purest Materials Obtainable Hie Ih'ni Hour, purrM lard, siiiln nn, sail. It lina nliwiyn been the policy nf Sinllli - fscin tn Kile ei"rj inirclinscr Imnrst kooiI. 'I liln ih-ciiiiiiIn tu lartc inciiMiirc for (he popularity of Milliliter Crackers. Oilier makes hate conn, nml none since tlii"e Crackers 11 err first niiiile at Hanoi er, , II,, In I SI.",, tint ttic boxy faclory nt White Itlter .Iniictliin, I he InrccNt nt the kind In Northern .rv IIukIiiihI, Ik liiiliihltahli- proof that to-iluy. lis for the past ninety jrnrn, llmiiivrrH lire THE BEST CRACKERS ON TOE MARKET. MAJORITY OF PATIENTS WOMEN Mrs, Plnkham's Adrlco Saves Many From this Snd and Costly Experience. It ift a s.id but certnln not that every year brill its an in crease in the performed upon U'omen in our hospitals. More than thrr o fowrtlis o( the patients 1 y I n on those snow- white beds are women nntl p;irl.s who nre awaiting or recovering from opera tions mode necessary by nefrlccl. Kvery one of these patients had plunlyof warning In that bcarindown fcnUng", pain at the loft or riffhtof Die ntuloraan, nervous exhaustion, pnin in tho ftniall of tho back, pelvic catnrrli, dlzzinrss, flatulency, displacements or irregularities. All of these symptoms are Indications of nn unhealthy con dition of the fniunle orfjnnt, aud if not heeded the trouble may make headway until the penalty haH to be paid by a dangerous operation, and a lifetime of impaired usofnlncKB at best, while In luanv canes tho results are fatal. Miss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Wash., vrites : Drar Mvs. rinkham : "About two years ago I wns a great uf. ferer from a severe female trouble, paiun and headaches. The doctor proicrlbod for mo and ' finally told run that I had a tumor and mutt undergo an operation If I wanted to get well. I felt that this was my death warrant, but 1 spent hundreds of dollars for medical help, but tho tumor kept growing. Fortunately I corresponded with nn aunt IntheNewKnitland States, and sho advised mo tn take l.ydla K. rinWiam" Vnnrtabki Pompound, us it wai said to euro tumors, I did so and immediately liegonto improve in health, and I was entirely cured, tho tumor disappenrini; entirely. with out an operation. I winli every sufferinj; , woman would try this gn-at preparation.'' lust as surely us Miss Admits ivus cured of tho troubles enumerated in her letter, just so surely will Ijydia B I l'inkliam's Voffetable Compound cure ' other women who suffer from fc 1 male tronblii. indanmiation, kidney i troubles, nervous excitability or ner 1 vous prostration. Mrs. Pinltbatn invites all young women who nre ill to write her for free advice. Sho is dniiR-htcr-in-law ol Lydia E. Pink-ham and for twenty-live yeans hnB been advising' siek women freo of charge. Address, Lynn, Mais. cutler from one ham and a norm from another barn. The robin r lied to I Inchest or. Vpn.i leachim; the city hue tltey abandoned the rlns and separalnl .each man HttlkliiK out for 'liniself. I'ulltnan was one of the 'most prom'tu nt cltiens of Sndus. lb leaves (i widow and three children. WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH, I, amp l;iiloiieil nml s"i I lollilne on I'lro HiLslianil Will cirelieil. Malone, N. Y.. -Maich i!. Mrs. Jane Jock, nt'cd 1". met with a huirlhln and shoeliitiK deatli hero at her Home on Prewsler stieet at four o'clock this niorn- Inp. She and her husband had hvtif unhap pily lor a. Iouk time. He claims lie was in the kitchen by the tire where ho le- malnfd all lilKhl when he lieaid his wife In her loom and suddenly an explosion ot the lump which coveted ln r Willi Iterosem und llamcs. lie pave, an alarm and when help arrived tho woman was burned to a crisp and dead on the tlonr In tho pallor. Coroner Oliver turuul the remains over to Cnilcrlake Nlekelson. Sho leaves two sous. Jock's hands were badly burned In his efforts to subdue ths llamcs that blazed lrom his wife's oloth- inif. FIRE IN BOSTON MARKET. lliillillm; Mas from lloslon, Marc Directly ncm I'nncoll Hull. I 2o Tlie sales rooms and store house of Warren W. Itnwsou - Co., seedineii and dealers in other aKricultural supiilics at 12 and 1". Fan cull Hall s(iiaic, were luiued by 111 e early to-day, the Humes extendltiK to all parts of the building, a live story stono structure. Tho lire was directly across a narrow ilinrounhl'ui.' from I'ancuil Hall but the latter building was never In dunser. Thu loss is es timated at 5.100,000. One lircman was overcome by smoke and removed to the relief hospital. Warren W. llawson ot Arlington, 11 niemlieii of tlie Kovernor's council, Is head of the firm. The origin of the fin; is unknown. row mi 1 torsi: iil-unkd. Philadelphia, March 2.1. One of the lnr (jest and most valuable power houses of tho Philadelphia Itipid Ti.inslt company 011 Second and Uhn" streets, was burned to-day. Tho Ids-, is entlinalcd at JIT.I.ohii, liartly lusuied. The Mm resulted from an explosion 1 nosed b t ho circulation of air In the gas Keiier.Uor. (jui:i:hi:d. Duffer Old man Lazybones his hern klekltiR about this pictty weather In the middle of tho winter. Puffer--Yes, he can't complain of the rheumatism and ban to wotl; about Hie house Indianapolis Star. Humors of all kinds are proline of worse tto 'il - They may be entirely i xpellrd In a thoioush course of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Pure Foods 85 VICTIMS OF WINTER STORMS M'lisnn Has llcrn nn t'linsimlly Set ere One mi .Sen A Total f tit .Ships nml Much I'miuTty l.nMl, Iloston, Jl.irch 2". A total of Si lives, r,l shlis and property ni?nrei;at Iiik hutulreds o( thousands of dollars In vuluo was cMictcd by Hie storm klnj; aloiiK the riiast of N'ew lhiKlund and the maritime prnvlmrs during the lust winter. While the season, up to the piesent month, was i omparatlvely mild on shore, at sea It 'as one of extreme severity, particularly In wutcts off the provinces. There, dm year's calami lies boKnil and tlteie lis Krentest ones have occurred. ('alio I 'ml, commonly the Kceno of numerous wrecks, on the nlhcr hand, was unusually dee from fatalities up to last .Monday's blinaiil. Vessels wcto f reiiieiitly driven ashori on tho capo, but with few exceptions they wcie saved with little neeompaii.v Iiik loss of life, la this week's storm, however, three vessels were lout on thin coast, The coastwise and tlshiin; Heels have been as usual tho Rtcutest sufferers, of the Til vessels wrecked .'." Inive been sail ing cr.U't and with one exception or mou all have, been schooners. Nine mi, un ships utnl clKllt baw complete the liMs. Ships tlylmc the HrllMi tlai? lead thus,, of other nalims with a loss of 27 eiafl atralnst IS of Amerk'.in reylster. Then. Is also a siirlukllliR of Norwcslan, (.let man and Swedish vessels. The worst disaster In .N'ew IIiikI.iuiI or Canadian waters lor the wintfr was tin foLtuleriiiK ot tho sbamer tinllsli Kim; of Sable Island on March II on u voaf;e ftom New York to Antwerp when ii N cutlmatcil that at lentt IS and ios"-iby lives weir lost. l!eioits that have cmiie In Kinei, the bi z znrd early In the week cause fear thai l lists ot casualties may In uie.nl. i eri'HM'd. There lias 1" u no dav without Its Moiy nl' di-s.ili r. Jinn." is-i- an overdue and the .ulii'l lat. .if sonn of tin m may not be b inud l..r v, weeks. DARTMOUTH SCHEDULE CONTAINS 31 GAMES, Hanover. N. II., Much '.".. The Dai't- mnutli base hall sehidule w i;. auuoiuii ed to-day by Manager Thurmond lliown. 'ul. ot St. Louis. 11 coin. litis 111 , lines wit . the usual colleges I" lo bo plaied in II t. ovcr and IS out of town. Tic full lu-t is as follows: April n Syracuse :it Syrai use. Apiil b) and II Coinell at lliiaca. Apnl 12 Vlllanova at Philadelphia. April II Holy Cross at Worcester. April 21 Noiwleh 1'ulvcisity at Han over. Apt II Urown at Pi evidence. April -il Andoi er nl Aniloier. April '27 'I'll ft h al Meilloid. April HarMird at i 'amhridKe. Apiil ." I Inly Cross at Hanover. May 2 Villanova at Hanoi er. May fi I'niversity of Vermont at Han over. May 3-Dnrtniouth Ineligible.' nt Han oi er. May 11 and 12 I'iiIn eislty ot llochestei al Hanover. May 11! Brown nt Hanover. .May IS Williams at llanoier. May Ifi Amherst at llanovu-. May 21 Tints at Jlanovur. May 23 Princeton at Princeton. May May 21 I'ordhain at New York. 25-Seton Hall iVdiece at South Oi- aime. N. J. May May May Williams nt WiUiani"-town. 2D Andover at AndiiM r. W Holy Cities nt Woieestor. May 31 Amherst tit Amherst. June 1 and 2 Dartmouth IneliKibles at Hanover. Juno 5 Wcidey.'in at iliddletown. June il Yale at New Haven. NOT II IS PnOPHP.TY SANDWICH. An urchin who occasionally vinluHd hcliiuil tho scenes of a tlie.itro on the lower Hast Side of N' w York tluriiu; 111 hcaisals, was one da. observed by one of tlie actors HittitiK 1- corner, lovltiKly i"in .1 linye .satulwi.it' which ho held in Ins mimy hands. He ri warded It for a lew moment., ami llifii, cautiously liltniK tin; top l.oor, extiactcd u piece of pickle and ate it; then In closed it down itK.iln cry caictul!. and accui a tely made all as before. A few moments later he rtpented the perl'm uiancc, taking out aiother iieco ot pickle mid a small ft .la ment of meat, and again carefully lu frtorniK tlie sandwich to lis original form. Alter anuther shoit interval he look out more pickle and nunc meal, so that now there was very little of ihe original mid dle layer left, ami attain he dosed it up carefully. "What are you dot 111; that for. Tommy?" the actor asked. "'I'll. it's no way to cat a sandwich. Why don t J 011 eat it all If you want it, and not pick at it like that'.'" Tommy lifted a Mornful eye to the actot's iincomptchciidinK f.ico ami mut tered laconically: " 'Taiii't mine." Harper's Weekly. Till': POSI'.YVll.l.lANS. We lived down to Po.seyville, When be- fnii wo moled up here To this new- house of onr'n, that Is all so line and rpicer, My pa'd eat In his shirt sleeves ilnln'l know It wasn't risiht Hut now ma makes him wear his coat 'c.ui'-e shirt shoves ain't polite. Snineliiues pa sets jnovoked at ma and onco he said, "PI.ikiio lake Your city sljlcs! I almost wish I'd never riiino tn make. That patent chum aud cot too rich to live In Pnceyiille. If I had my way we'd be poor and livln' hack Ihci'o still." Pa sns that lm'd Ju-t like tn know of some ood tciison why It ain't all rlKht to use ,1 knife when you're a-eatlu' pb And l olhcr day lie said to ma, "As fur as 1 can see It's all 11 waste of time to spell your 'inters with a p." Ma's ant a bran new party dress, tho llrst she ever woio Vnd when p.i seen her with It on he act id kind o' sore And said, "I'd hl.o it better, seems to me, if you could chop About a yard rifjht off the tail and sow It 'round tho top." And pa, he's ot a dress suit, tool He tried It 011 list nlsht, And said to ma. "Oh, 'l.lz.ibeth! ain't J an awful sli;ht'.' . I may be wruiiR, but I'm convinced It wouldn't do no hurl If 1 had more ot coat and vest and not n much b'lled shirt." Sometimes 1 wish that we'd movo back to whero we lived before In I'oseyville, for here V can't bo bare foot any more 'I'utiso ma says It looks eountrUled; but p.i he says, MJ'H he, "Well, somethluc counlritied Is what I'm dyln' for to see!" Nixon Waterman In AVonun's Homo Companion lor April. What An BRADLEY'S FERTILIZERS 'MjtljMCwRUw'J''' . The Indians were the first users of fertilizers. They caught fish and planted Indian corn and other crops on it. We have followed their example and not only catch fish out of the sea, but utilize every product that contains plant food, principally the blood and bone from slaughter-houses, and chemi cal salts. Based upon the practice of the Indians and chemistry, the great fertilizer industry has grown up. The accompanying picture shows a crop grown by Francis Stanslaus, of Penobscot County, Maine, who is a pure blooded Penobscot Indian and a college graduate. The field consisted of three acres, was fertilized with three tons of Bradley's High-Grade Fertilizer, and yielded over 1,000 bushels of fine Green Mountain potatoes, which were sold from the field at a good price. The picture shows the advantage of education and science. It shows what an educated Indian can do with a fertilizer that is made in a scientific way of the very best materials. THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO. BRADLEY FERTILIZER WORKS 92 State Street - " BOSTON, MASS. J. O. MIDDLEBROOK Agents for Bradley's Fertilizers, MAN DEAD ON TRACK, iiiiiirt Me Wn, Struck liy Train lit WlmNor llrlleieil o lie II While liter .liiiietliin Illncksiullli. Windsor. March 13. The body of a mnn about C years old wus found on the rail road track about .Mi feet south of tho latiou shortly before clht o'clock to- uiKlit. by Joseph Keyser. Tile body was still waim when discovered, and it is supposed was struck by the cveium: tram reachum' hcie at 7::i'. A small hole In the forehead was the only mail; upon him. A tax receipt with the name of M. L. Falbridse. Norwich, Vt., was found In ins fur coat, and about 51." In his pockets. It is thoiiKht, luiwevir, that the coat was borrowed and the man's name is Thomas Pasean, a blacksmith ot White P.iver Junction. The town authorities of Windsor wire notitieil anil called uooiors j;icnmn)(i aim Brewster, who pronounced the man dead. Tlie body was taken to the undertaking rooms of Cabot Urns., to wail Idciilillca- tion. A lazy liver leads lo chronic dyspep sia and constipation weakens the whole system. 1 loan's Kc'KUlctH 1 ;,, cents jier liovicorrect the liver, tone the stomach, cure constipation. r. s. conn- ADJOi'rtNF.n. Ilutlaiid, March :'::.- V. S. Ma1si1.1l ltailey announced to-day that the ad journed term of t'le fedrral eonrt, sched uled to mel t in llurlhit:toii 011 March J7. will be adjourned indetlnitely, as county ooutt is occupyliiK the court house. It Takes Nerve Evcrylliinp; depends upon your nerves. It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body ; it is nerve force that causes your heart to pulsate, and send the blood through your veins; it is nerve force tliat causes your stomach to digest food, your Iddhcys to filter the blood, and the liver to secrete bile. Tn fact, nerve force is the power that runs your body, so if you feel worn-out, irritable, nervous, cannot sleep, or cat well, have pain or misery anywhere, your nerves arc weak, and your system run down. To restore this vitality take Dr. Miles' Nervine which will strengthen and build up the nerves. You cannot be healthy without strong nerves. "For " eluhteen years Dr. Miles' Nervine and Antl-Paln Pills have been my close companions. Karly in mar ried life, wllli ralslnB children, my nerves became all worn-out could not sleep; had no appetite; tndlpestlon verv bad, nnd had such awful illstzy spells. Then I besan using Dr. Miles Nervine, and at onco I began to Im prove, and i-oon found myself In perfect health." fi u vorNO, 3M rltlsburu St.. New Castle, Pa, Dr, Miles' Nervine l' sold by your druaolit, who will guarantee that ths first bottle will benefit. If It falls, ha will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Educated Indian Can 'ABENAQUR Write for frco Cata. F. AUB.NAQU12 GET WISDOM flNrOnPORATED) 110 Church Street, Burlington, Vt. NEW RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS Don't throw away your old. woniout carpets bin s. i.d 'hem to us nnd let us make them Into beautiful brlslif 111 w runs for son, ri producing all the handsome shades orismalU 1 jntaincil in 11. 1 carpets when new. By mil' t livpitdhnrp. leiiuth- -nnd nny width up to 10 list. Tin: vi'Niiin tliu .MFC 51)11 X. AMiionsUI Ate,, 1 Buy Your At the Free Here are a few of the in stock: Paper, Envelopes, Box Paper, Lead Pencil's, Penholders, Uompass and Dividers, Pencil Pockets, Ink, Mucilage, Paste, Glue, Blank Bookb, Menu Books, Letter Books, Note Books, Composition Books, Receipt Books, Pads, MOW Kl'.-WF.AVIVC I'liOt'KSS we translorm ikiiIikc iinennls; into thick M'lvtMv. l'iclt l'UrS 1)1' HI1V HIIBBHIIIIIJ.V ith II Do With Burlington, Vt. 99 L'omhlnnttiiii circular unit llrni; Sntv Outfit nun r, 11. i i.hkiiic. i:t cry iihuk on one set of triii'L. St 111 pie, slrouK, Uasy to Operate. Gasoline Engine s and Saw Rigs SIACHl.Vi: H OItliS, Wentmlnitpr St., Vt. and begin that course at Wc cannot afford to disappoint you, so do not delay. N. D. BLAKE. Principal. IVet. AVnto to-day for our price ro., I'henr, Therrlrn llru.. Proprietor. 17-1. Ilurllnulon, "0 wt' Stationery Press Store. many thing's we carry Tablets, Postal Card Albums, Wedding Cake Boxcs Letter Files, Fountain Pens, Paper Clips, Rulers, Scrap Books, Ink Stands, Microscopes, Pencil Sharpeners, Eye Shades, Letter Scales, Toilet Paper, Paper Napkins, Playing Cards, Ink Erasers, Pencil Erasers.