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rORNisa wonderful plat. To be sr t I , ,'.I,S S"fficic"1 fed " Phnlcd on ll. q,,.t..., , Kay ,eJ'sing. of rain to render M,f0 "ount rtc,,,v.,1irMVb,,i,,Cd P .e moisture from below ,v(!N "ss thatw llnloacr , . ('Srai. a harvest "c w, botli be happy. cnS'. Conn.. w, , iv on Siocfcl.i-i,!.,.. Koocl iv.. lu . ... ' "'"I'n.lKC. Von. hot it .. J.. , .'""mis udo I liuvc ever .r,,luSec,,,c lave ever teen. Stilt! l".,r III... . ...ecu u,1 COURT DIRECTS VERDICT. I.ossellii 1tro, In Cne llienulit Ijj l.tuiN I'i'ler'.oii. V xcrdii t for the defendant wai nrdtr rd l'rlday morntiifr by .IiuIb'o Miles in t 'if case of 1-oilis K. 1'eteixjn vs. JhlRene t "d Ad nil 1. Cos'-elln. This was an ae 1 0:1 of trespass for false lnipil-onintiit l'tiitiEht to reeovor iIuiiiukcs of y.'.H"". At t'.o Siptenibfr term of county emut in Dial ijo.'sfllu !ros. obtained .1 jiidmiienl HK.ilnsL l'eteiton in an net Ion uf trover lur KT.''1 and a elosc jail exeeiitiefi was i oihoiized by the eoiiit. Ity virtue of 1 ial exdutlou I'eteri-oii was nt rested I 1 id lodKnl 111 jail. 1'our d,is later lie obtained bis disoharKO tu b.inki uptoy lull xvas not reltas'-d until about 21 days after i.i habeas corpus proceedings, for lids detention 11.4 a. wroiidlul imprisonment the jartent suit was brought. t tho elo-e of the plalnlilf's evideite.j jeteday 51. 1, I'ouell, eollllM'l lor the k I'riiilants. moi id that the court direct El Itrdiet on tun ground-: MI.-.I That the .1. Hon of i'i..iiik was not a proper iulnn but Unit it should hao hern ims" if ,mv to tion would li' . lull he eh.liiiuu tl-at no .e'1011 would 1'. Seeond -TMat !i discharge In bankrupt v lines not of itself op, rate to Ma. pin. uunL.0 oiuncHUHunu Tablets and powders advertised as cures for sick-headache are gen erally harmful and they do not cure but only deaden the pain by palling the nerves lo sleep for a short time throuc,'h the tiic o morphine or cocaine. Lane's Family Medicine the touic-laxativc, cures sLk-hcad-achc, not merely stops it for an hour or two. It removes the cause of headache and keeps it away. tKold by all dealers at 25c. and 50c. 0 llfyoulost onaccoumoi )urheatth Giyeup DnnKlng Coffee WHY NOT TRY THE BEST SUBSTITUTE OLD GRISTMILL Has all the virtues possible in a health drink made with wheat - besides being Pleasing to the taste -and you don't tire of it Try, it and be healthy OLD GRIST MILL.Charltstown.Mass? THC CANADIAN PACIFIC RV'S NCW A I IMPROVED: X Tourist A ADO tu. ....... t Sleeping jrff& " I i To CHICACO PACIFIC I COAST I A M 4fe An AND THC 4, CunartUn r.iHf Ht'i 'I liroiich i'r IJnfi , to ChH-aKn, rt. Paul, rui-ino i;oan. l'or feltmate on any trip, iti lift T , Cinadlin Pacific Ry.,362Wahlneton St., Boston X BOOK BINDING AND PRINTING. It will cost you nothing to ret prices and we have been able to gain and satisfy ko many good (jtistouieif) that we i'eel mire thnt you also will find our print shon and bindery able to servo you to your complete sii tisf action . BT HE IIIKR THESS I'ltlNTlAG UurlloBio-i Vt, CO, nu.m (;oloiiil' A I.OT I!t9 A rb. 14tli to Arrll iHh. a. us as .. . :V " 'aisc.l writes . . " fnUS of ..i; . ""WWumsj,,,,, tl.cno V; 'V '"J"-roUh . h nrw -idiiis or a- a paumnt of u iktii I'll i s i.iply a pnidiKe wlueti must be I'l.Mdi'l or l.iKeu udv.mtaiju of in foinr: olliir wa. by iiijunelion or i-otuu other m mm r. Afli-r creiinif ntv on tht. mnllou liad been made Attoiiny I!, f. Ilrnwn. for tin' pluintilf, in-knl leave to amend the dee- larulioii by mldliiK a count lu ease. The I'ourt snuitnl the niiii.ht and then cir derrd ;i m nlirt lor the defendants. A brief si svon of enmity eoiiit was held Saturday limrnlm;. at. which a divorce wn 3 granliil m the eai-e of Alice Varney vs. Frank Varney on the srounds of In tolerable severllM The petitioner was granted leave to n Mime Iter maiden name. 'J'he p.nlii s conn nil d the in fsscx. sinrlim lo Itentli. I'.eeause iief stotnaeh was sei weaken ed by utrlesK driiKKins thnt she eoiild not eat. Mrs. .larv II. Walters, of St. It St.. t'otiimbus, 11., was llterallv starvlni; lo death She wiltes: ".My stomaeli was .o weak 1 roln llsi-b s's drill's that 1 eoiihl mil e.it. and inv in i-vea --o wieeked tliat I eoiild not diip: and not before I was Kiveii up lo ilie xv . , I imp!. . d in r l-:ieelrle Jtlltir": with tin uouibrf'ul results that iinptnvi iiu til lie-in ot oie e. and a lompbi. .1:11 follow, d. ' lies) health Tonle mi earth, r.n. . iliiarani I tiv .1. "IV. c i Sulliv.iii druufclM. All ilnu-gists. COMMISSIONERS TALK. Discuss M'liool Mutter nl ln Halloa of II. I.. I'llucll. At the invitation of Max !.. I'owell. who retires April 1, after tlve years' service as school l oniinissinni r 1 10111 ward one, a. majority of the 1111 mbci's of the board wllh whom Hie lias been nssnoiat.il Kalheied at Imrn's restau rant Friday ruKht for 11 b.iniiiet. after wltit h the party retlrid to the blt-li sehool 111111111111? und ralhered about the eoniiiiis.sloiu rs table, wliele, after hav-im,- .1 fla-h-llj-ht picture taki n by II. K, 1 'utter, each one present made remarks cone, in I n the m liool sv stem of the elty ill It- various phases. Those present were Supei inte nileut H u. hi' li r. Hr. II. f. 'J'inkhani, K. S. Adsii, I-' j:. l'.uiKess. V. A. I'.iillard. f 1'.. Kami, John Kimtz and Mr, I'owell )r, W S. Vincent and Joseph II. fuuclo were unable lo attend. rne n.inquei m 1 lorn s, which was s rv i .it -ewu 11 clock, was sumptuous and bountiful, while the matters ill ensseil Inter were of interest ty (,c people nf the 1 ity. ai:i:ak;x si:eitt;T sut'iirncs. 'I he 1 1 1 n 1 1 r neelvini; the nreate.st einplia I nf I lie eveiillll' was the op position of tho commissioners to tli seeier soiiein.-, now m 111'' c.irrieel on in hlsh s 'liool. C0MI1ISSI0NERS QUALIFY. A'eiv llonrd In llruiinir April '-'- Olil llonril Ant li'i I'alil. :. W. J. llawl:iiis, r. s, Isliaui and John Kallon, the u, wly nppolnled license coininissioncis, tool; their oath of eilflce .Saturday bctoro ''ounty Clerk Russell and the oaths xv. rc late r tiled in the uiini) in uny 1 icrn .uc.Manon. rue new coinmlssioners will meet Monday, April nnd orsaniiie. The old board of commissioners, whose term or office expires this month, have not yi t received tlieir pay from t lie city, their salaries h.ivhit; be. n hold up by the noard of alilerini u at the Insl incc of Mayor liurke, The eummisslotiei s have not decided upon any action tonkins to ward collect in;; the money they claim duo lait something lu that lino will bo done toon. to r'i'itn a coi.n in o.n day fake l.AXATI "I'J HflO.MO QUININE 'ablet?. All drtisi'ists refund the money if It falla to euru. IJ. V. Grove's HlKimtttre is on each box. "jo. GILLIS SENTENCED. Soldier M ini Tiled lo l ill lllniNrlf lieU flslllern .Monllia. Tlioiaas A. tilths, f.irnicily a iiuai'li'i' ni.ister S' l'S'aut in 'J roup V a: the mill lay post, wlto tried to con. mil suicide In' h.msins luniiieir, later atti inpttd the hfe of 11 fellow prisonc,. and then tiled to sexer an arlery In tits risht hand. IC eeived a wiitcneo of 13 uioiiths' iinprlsun i'i nl in tlie uiil'lary prison al Foi l Jay, N. y. (idtis was arristcd at lieows l'alls while at xNork in a maehlne blinp under ttio 11:11110 of It.irnes. lie was tried for dfseitloii und u niiiulier of ntlicr charses xvcre taken in couslderatlun. (lillis will nlso lie diblionorably dis charged, lie has 11 wile mid child living nt Kssnx Junction. A Positive cum: CATARRH Balm Ik ftllli'kl.v nlmorh nl. ilrn Hellc! al Oner, It eleiiiiHcH, soothes heals and protects tho diseased mem brane. It eiiresC'u tarrh und drives tho'nead quickly COLD'N HEAD liesioi i'.l llie nciipcn 01 i iirtie) mill nmeil. Full sir.o uO (!.. nl DriiKKhis or by man, 1 11.11 nian in its. nv man, J'ly Ui others, Warren at,, New York, FOOD FAIR OPENED. Exhibits by llorlliisfon Mcrchnnls anil Oilier uC'tirprnn. With tho Armory transformed Into it vast I'idiislrliil nml trade emporium teem lug with viirli'il nml complex Interests nml nllvo with thronsr' nf busy people the fund fair to In- held under tliu auspices of i'o. SI opened i'liuisdiiy nlsht under (ireniustnncc.s which pronilci' tins mnm gratifying success. Every ih'tall of the exposition was complete. The Aitnnry was resplendent wllh the vmicolon d decorations of the booths where tin; ill inoiistrut urs were busy sen -lug the pnlille wllh their respective sam ples. Hunting nml gay colored festoon weir cvorywhcio In evidence, net off by backgrounds of rleh oriental tapestries and ol'ier fabrics of elegant design. Flow rv.s mid p.iltns are used In profusion to eoinpli to Hie ilccnrutlniis which tnk n nil In nil me ko blinded anil coiclntrii 1 1 tit t the obseiver cannot but ho Impressed with I the mtlstlo completeness of the entire interior. The oxposl'lou wan foinially opened Thuisdny night whm Captain H. P. Wooil 1 ill ry in behalf of f'o. M, under whose allspie-e.s the fair Is being held, presented Mayor liuiito In tho assemblage. Jlnjcr Hurke In u brief spcnii, eninnieiided the project and bespoke for It tho henrtv en ipi ri'tio'i of the ent'ie "01111111111115'. Tho .il 1 . Mill. in.-' Mils huge ni'd the assemblage M9 0 .tliiistast'c In Its evpie'w'oini of ap piei laUiin of tbe high chat. icier of the 1 ood imr. the ennllallty of the demnnstra tor.H ihn i ltenee of their wares and of I lie exhibit!) tteniT.illy. Ill eo:-.lieellon wllh lae exporitlon lliele file hperl.ll atllllsi Olent fi .Itlll ep oil the Hje- ond Hour uf Hie arinot v .1 Jlie of these is tne apeet.icli; ol "Creation." The exhibition will conlimie until nocll 111. next S.ituiday lilKltt. be'HK dally fiom J:3rt to 6 and 7;'.a to II p, BURLINGTON GIRL'S SUCCESS! .Miss Amies llnmncll f)ri;nnlres Club In York Anv 1 ork. paper has the A New York paper has the following to say of Miss Akiics tirmwicll, daush ter of Mt. ami Mrs. K. I. Ilrowiiell of tliis city, who tenches 11 kliiders-arten tchnol lu New Vntk. A m w and hilereslins experleneo for tho fatheis took place at the recent l'lndersnrlen Mollurs' club e'litertaln- iiienl In the Mariner.-. llarKu- public school. A plensliiK niusleat pi ngriimtne was lendered, opening with a piano solo by Miss Marv Wilcox, followed hy 1111 inlerestliiK talk and story by Miss lirnw nell, and several violin solos by Miss Mabel Miieoiubcr of Mt. Vernon. l'liliclpal Keillor made some inti rest injr p niarUs on tlic prore'.-s of the new additions to the hnitillne; and plans for the fuliiie. The Mothers' club served sandwiches, cake, coffee and lienne-made eane!. After refreslinient , ninny heatty lauc'is were laid at the fathers ami mothers plavini; .anus, such as "(Joins to Jerusalem" and "Jacob and Itutli." The club was oryani'.id nearly two years ano by Miss Amu s Urownelt, kinderKarteii teueher, lis purp ise in tin; lu brim; tlie teaeliers and uiotliirs 111 closer sympathy, and tlic Sue-cos of tlie plan ivllcets eicdit on tlie teacher. Miss lirnwncll. The officers of tlie Kindergarten Moth ers' I'lub arc: l'resldent, Mrs. ltobert II. lyavcrlo; treasurer, Mrs. llanlels; secre tary, Miss Amies Urownelt. SCHOOL HOUSE ROBBED. I'nki'x .Iiincllnii llo Senli-neod for the ( rliiie Yexlerdnj. Harry Yandow and f'yrus C'oonrad were Friday scntene, d by Justice T. W. Sibley for hreaklue; Into a school house at K?e Junction but after s. nt'lice liad been Imposed tiny were placed in th" linnds of Thomas lb eve? and they made their llrst repoit to I i til I'llday inorn Inc. The boys failed entrance to llio school house tiy bieaklns open a panel lu the door. They soe-upd about ?: in nioin y from tin teacher's desk nnd toiU several smaller aiticlcs. Yandow, who Is 1'",. was sentenced to serve not less than two and not more than thtie months in the House of I'oriection and i.'o inrad, xxht is I;:, was seilteneid to the Indiislrl.il school Veri-'cniHS for the remainder of lu at nu- uonty. Yandow war takem to Uutland frl ilay by Deputy Sheriff Allen to serve ! days in tlie House of roircctinn, Hils be- ins the alternate sentence in a nu'iunst him which was tried in city ease coin t. Hie charse beim that of hi nips In Kssox Junction, breaklns stiiet a iv.i.v'ii:i:n cum: roit in.i. ltclilns, Hllnd, Hlcedins, l'mtnnllns Files, lirussists are authorized to re tiiud money If I'A.O (jINT.MU.NT falls. lo cure In (, to 1 1 dais. .aic. MILTON ROW. Horatio lainniliere anil iiorailn i.im-ii AccilK7il of AssaulllilK Diiiialiile. ,v. vow ill which Mietiael Dnn.iliue of Milton was sttuck tiy somo ono to nam Unit he hecame Fe useless was the basis of 11 criminal action in city court Saturday, Horatio Hlwrll anil Uoiatio I.aniphete, both of Milton. Ic-ins tho respondents. I'hei row occiit red last December and ac- 1 en-dins to the testimony the respondents, who had been drlnkins, met Donahue near ills house and alter offerins him a drink, ono of them struck him a blow that put him to sleep. Donahue did not know which one of tho I I'Spoudcnis Mt'iicK 111111, j.iwcii sain j..atu- pliere struck the blow and I.auipheic said I'lwell did tlto job. Now It Is up to tho court 10 say who really uni tnc suinnis. I'he cvldenee xwis 1 onitilcled Satluday but a decision will iiol oe: kucii uiiiu iiv;.t Saturday. Klwcll has already served a term In the House of Correction for Htculhis a watch and Is now in jail on a chars'-' r assaull Ins A. K. Tin with Intent to 10b. HORSE SHOT. Allllllill Tnkrn from lr. and MrL ftend Ixlllnl h.v Aisenl l ulli-r. The horse wbh h was taken from Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Ibad of Slielliurne, 111 this clly last wck was shot 1 nurn d.ty nfteriiooii by Humane Asdit John I'ullir. Tho humane usent received no communication fiom the owners of the liorso ufti r tho message received by 'phono from Mrs. Ida II. Head Wed nesday intimitis. A boy was sent to tho Whitconih stalilo Thursday foienoon to set tno siickii there. Mr. Whitcomb refused to slve loft tlic HlelBh up unless ho received payment for tho ltcephiK of tno horse hum! of Mrs. Head then The hus- cniuu and puld Mr. to, that Whitcomb, reinarklns as lie did somcono might be called upon to fecttlo for tho horse. JVOTK.S THO! l'ANNY AI.I.I'.V IIOSl'ITAI. Irvltif? Prow, xvho had his foot crush ed hi Underbill and xvho has been at tho hospital for two weeks, was ills charged Match "i and went to bis homo in Vlnnoski, AVIilln at tho hos pital he had a too nuipiiluti.il, this btlpc necessary because of tho aoet-deal. Restores Eyesight Spectacles Can be Abandoned "Aetlnn,'' A W iinib i f nl Dlneotery Hint 'lire( Amielliiiii of (lie l!e liltli "lit Cnltlim or Mrimnlim. There K no in . d for UlllU or pi iiMnir !i 1 vi enli ok. drim lor tin run of inosl roinit of di 1 o' leni or I11.1I11 ft .llllellons has been lllseovr' a n- w x of the e)e en, Wheleliy (, luroiiH InethoiN elluilnateil. lln ' 1m no risk in- 1 v perlmetitlni,. Illltnll 1 iIk nf tiiiipl. ha Vn been emcd nf tallltiK e.MlRl 1 eataiai I. Kruno 7il.i' lated thin mid otn r fflletloiis of the eye t irotii; 1 tin m.ioo uin" " "" MieelallKls they Hi. if, I' lliud tho eaHfS llienrable. n-. Can. Alexauilrr lb'in llon. ' arry- town - nu - lhe - lliul - Mn, .N. .. "iiuy l.ouls Mevir. I'll llerui.in St , lloehes ler, N. Y.. vrliert- ' 'Aetlnn him elfeer ed a wondei inl eiii " In my wile h ease, elil lnt; her uf a s. v "re eye trouble, Ulld I would nol be without It. Mr A. I.. How., 'fully. N. T writes: " Aetlnn' Ii.ih remi'Ved ealaraetH riou: botli inv eyes. I , 111 i' ad well without inv (.-lasM's; am Ml.-Hve years old. Itole l t I! ik.'l. Deellll I'lirK, (.111., writes: "I Mhouli' b.ivu been blind had I lint Used 'Aetlll.' ' " lliindi'iiH of other testimonials will be sent on applh .itlon. "etlllfl" l ptireH a I, 'one t renin nml If-ad- mllillen il by the patient 11111I H suit mi trial. poMlpaid. II S"" wi" ""' lianu ami .iiblr. s in th" New N ork .y London l'.l-.irb --oei.il Ion Dept. s.,1,. ti'J'.i Walnut Si.. K.m.s.is I'U.v. Mi'., you wll ie. ,.. inUol'tlely free, a valuable book - I Wit Tie.itlco on lils- DR. CARPENTER'S FUNERAL. MTxIec l.ai'uel.i Mteuilril I'rof iislnn of I'lliinl 'I'lllllltes. Tlie funeral of Dr. IJ. W. rnrpentcr, (lie suri,', on of th" !'th Vermont regi ment, was lield item the family home on J'e.ul slieii 11i1i.1v (iiiiiuoon .il three o'cloek. tloie beintt present 11 larse assemblns" of mourners whicli Ineluilcd professloii'il and business as sociates and war limn companions. The off lelatini- cb rityiiiun was the Ilev. Dr. ileorse Y. ltliss. reclor of St. Paul's Church. Tlie lioiiii.(iry hearers were Dr. I.. M. Illlisbam, ' 11. Kimball mill Oeti. T. S. 1'cek of this elty and (ion. 13. It. Itlpley of Mention, who euiiie on from New York for la" funeral services, (lens, l'ei k and Itipley anil Dr. Car penter were for nearly tbreo years lu the same I'esimetii, elui'lnir 1 1 1 c- war und since then Icol In . n very warm fi lends. The body nf Dr. Carpenter was borne to its renin ir place in (Irceu Mount cetuctery fornu rly business, '.ottniHii anil Dr. bv four of those who had been n-.-noiateil with him in .Messtxs F. I,. Tuft, W. It. itul .1. C liellrns.! of this city '. II. Miller nf New Ynrk. There w.is Moral trihut the niedb.il liiolusluu ol beaullfiil - In, I. alius a xvreatli I rnni iiluniui of the fulverslty of Vermont Anions those from nut nf town attend the runeial w re .Mrs. D. F.rnwn and dausiitcr. Miss l.ola liruwii, uf liratclon, and Lawrence I'.ruwn of l.ytni, Mans. XVell XXnrtli 'I rj Iiik. W. II. liiow-n ihe popular pension attorney, 01 l-n 1 -n, ,. 't s:ivs: "Next to a pension. He hesi thills to set Is Dr. Klns's N. w l.iie Fills." He writes: "they ke. ). nn tamily In splendhl health." '.'tit' I; euro for lleudaehc, Constipation and I'lllousuess. 'J.'e. (Juarauti "d ,,t .1. W. O'Sullivan's drus store.' ' All drnsslsls. c;i:mt(;i: roittctt, W. (.'. Trt'Klilt. I'raitlcal l'.tinters. It - sound si in-" that we tell jou. Your work rests b-ss dollars mid Is best every time you use l ie & M. l'.iinl. You do more pa.ntius with one snllon of i. .V M. than with Lwo ir.i Hoiik of other paints a"d tin i.. ,t M. .lue lianlciis the I.. .V .M. Whit. I ad and iiiakis the D. M. l'a mt wear like Iron. i t-allons I,, .v M. mixed with a gallons l.ilisnd (Ml will I'.iint a tuodcrate sl.id 'lllllH', Actual cost I. n M. about 51.20 per Kallon. A. T. Till'. II. liivei hejiid, N. V.., Willi'", "M ..iis uko painted with , iV M. Only now 1 1! 1 11 i ics reiialntins." Sold by II. M. Hull, Hlm.hbiiisli, Vt.; lilswneid. Winnosl.l, Vt.: Flays Sndarsky, Iticlininiid, Vt.; W. S. Nay M- Co., I ndi rhill, Vt.; (J. I. Hutch & Co., Watetbury, Vt. UAISINU llAI'.Y IN INCflJATUIt. Mr. and Mrs. II 1". Dodse of ltutland arc tile patents of a seven-weeks-old daughter Unit wlshs a pound and a half and Is pert ei tiy healthy. This child is lei pt in .1 basket over the radiator in .in Inmiovlsed Incubator. It Krows steadily and there Is every In dication tbii li will mature. The mother has givin birth to two other children, now n,uwn, that weighed under four pounds at birth. A Valuable Agent. The slycerino employed in Dr. l'ierce'g medicines gteatlv enhances the medi final properties 'which it extracts and holds in solution much better than alco hol would. It al.n possesses medicinal properties, of its wn, Iwlni-' a vuluablo deniuh'eitt. null ittve, anli..(iilie and ami ferment. It adds greatly to the cllle.tcy of tlie ('lack Chcrrj liai'U, (Jnlden Seal rout. Stone run' and Queen's root, con tained In "(iotileii Medical Discover) '' in subduing chrome, or UuKei'Ini: coughs, bronchial, throat and lung alTeetloiH, for all of which t!te-e agents arn recom mended hy standard medical authorities. In all cases where there is it wasting away of flesh, in s of appetite, with weak stomach. a in the early stapes of consumption, there can be no doubt thnt. glycerine ,ict a a aluable nutritive nml aids the liolden seal root. Stone root. Queen's root and Ulnek Cherrjhnrk In promoting dicestlon and building up tho flesh and strength, controlling thet cough and bringing aboui a healthy condition of tlto whole svptcm. Of course, it must not ho expected to wolk miracles. It will not cure consumption except in Its earlier stages, it will cure very sevet'p, obstin ate, chronic roughs, bronchial and laryn geal troubles, ar.d rhronlc sore throat with hoarseness. In acute coughs it Is not so clTcrtivn. It H In Ihn lingering coughs, or those of Ions standing, even when accompanied by bleeding from lungs, thut it has performed Its most marvelous cures. Send for nnd read the little bonk nf extracts, treating of tho properties and uses of thn several med icinal roots that enter Into Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery and learn why this medicine has such a wide range of application in tho euro of diseases, It Is sent free. Address Dr. It. V. fierce, lliiflulo, X. y. The "Discovery" con tains no alcohol or hurmfnl, habit-form-Inif drug. Ingredient all printed on each bottle wrapper. in plain hnglUh. Sick people, !speclnllv those suffering front diseases of long standing, arc invited to consult I)r fierce by letter, fret. All correspondence Is held as strlrlly private and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. fierce. Rullnlo. N. Y. Dr. f ierco's Medical Adviser Is sent rr on receipt of slumps to pay opeusn of mailing oiilu. Send -M one-ftn! stamp for paper-covered or 31 Humps for cloth bound copy. NEWS OF VERMONT. Jlnrc linporlnnt I'.vrnt riroiipril for l'"rrp I'rrm HemlerN A l.lneoln I. inly bucerMfifolly Coiixtriivta O IllllINF, That men alone me skilled in the use 01 the hamiiirr, plane, compass mid sipiari. has been proved lo be )i tnlstakiil Idci. by Miss Jennie Morgan of l.lneoln, nov a (earlier In the graded schools of Hialth- boto. She litis rrcmlly mado n house ol tho following ilch.'tiptlon: The xvood used lu lis Liitirtruetlnn D whltewood, It I. Ml Itielus long be IS Inches Wide, 1-1 slot lis high, being 111 Inches iindir tie ciixes. Thete urn two rooms In inch Hour. The ionf Is "si inure pitched." cov i red Willi shingles, " 1-llvl Inch, two chimneys, made of wood and painted tu icpreseiit bricks. Them Is a porch on one end and a veranda uereiss the front, uieh trimmed with fancy posts, and u railing made of spindles thiee-cishls In diameter. There nrc six windows, besides a. diiiincr window Iti the front of tin roof, nlso two outside doois made of dark wood ennuv'tb il, oiled nnd varnished. The lluliso llsclf Is palnl' el gleeti with cream ttlmiulngs. The ends nf the house can tie taken out and put back by ineati" of sere mi nnd buttons. The house was inude fur Miss l.slher Crow II, a teacher of the High site' l prlnikiv setmnl In I'rattlcboiu. and lur pupils make furni ture for It for their "busy work." It Is It beautiful piece of Well. IIS IlltS been altestill b til" llUlldleils Who hile been to fee It. II Is expectid Hint il will be on exhibition next fall. This Is not the llrst atlcniiil at nu "hanlcnl work hv Miss Morgan ns shn has made a writing for heiself and one lor tier cousin, desk Ml.s I. M. itngers of Alhtirsb. A.MSDKN l.l.Mi: CU. SotD. The propeity of the Amsdeii l.nno Co. at Anisilcn. In tlic town of Weatheisllehl. rns been sold by C. H. Wunaiuft mid wife to Maxwell Hearts of WlniUot, excepting the old Ainsiten boiin stead and sntne ,ei sonal belongings of the family. The prop el ly Includes tlie lime kilns, store, ,". store houses besides the Hint c house at Caven dish depot, saw mid gristmill, blacksmith shop, bains, nine tenement houses, 11 horses, two yokes of oxen and team equip ments, nnd other livestock, about a thou sand acres of land and all tools and other property connected with the lime business so Inns and successfully conducted by tho Into Chailes Anisdeu, l.uthcr C. White eif Windsor Is to be. manager of tlie business for Mr. Hunts, ami Mr. Wood- run will devote some time tor the ptosent in ihe interests nf the new owner. Mr. and .Mrs. WiiuilrulT expect to remain resident.'! of Woodstock, tint will spend unite a portiein of their lime hereafter in Detroit, Mich., when: they have laiso lu ll tests. Mr. I'varts took possession nf the property .Monday, and will carry out all contracts made by Mr. Woodiurf. CllFHClf HOW CHOWS llOTTHi:. A most uiibiue church meeting took place at the schnol house in Wist liurke Monday. Mutch V-'. II. W. Cobb igh, nu thorl-ed by the justice eif tile peace, had called tills meeting at seven o'clock to elect olllccrs and to see If an agent should be appointed to sc.. the real estate belong Ing to the L'niversallst Church. As is well known, there Is a stiong patty wiiieli fa vers tills move and one which opposes it. I'romplly at the time appointed, the party lu faior of rebuilding tho church and opposed to the policy of those who had called the meeting, put in their ap pearance at the place of meeting. Strange to say the others ceemcd to lag a little, or felt so sure of their ground that they were not so prompt. A. 11. Stodd.nd of llar toii, tlrst eomniitteo man, presided. The call was read and tlie fnllowins officers elected by unanimous vote: Clerk and treasurer, W. W. Cue; cumnilltee, .1. IJ, Watclue, S. M. Jlaiilctt ami Mrs. Abide Cheney; colli ctor, S. M. ISaitbtt. It was unanimously voted not to sell or dispost of uny or all the ebuiih. After this bus! ness had been done, as they were voting lo adjourn the meeting, the opposing party hied into the sclioolhoiise to attend the J meetins which Ibeiy had called and were amazed to hint that tit" business, which they had come ll little ton late' to do, had been dune. The party wishing to rebuild were represent! it by Lawyer., Howe and Totter of St. Jolinsbiiry. The business be ing completed, the latter with their coun sel departed for home, leaving the others lu undisputed possession. The party left behind then proceeded to hold a meetins. II. W. Cobleigb chali man. The following ofllcers were elected: Clerk and treastuer, llarlcy Powers; committee, II. W. Cob leish, C J. Trefen and N. S. Colby; col lector. U. (J. Woodruff. They voted to sell the real estate. The tlrst meeting was probably the only legal ono that could no held, the by-laws being closely observed. The outcome Is now uncertain. The mat ter conies before a commission consisting of G. C. Frye and Charles Sylvester of Mt, Johusbury and John II. (ieorge of Hard- wick. These commissioneis have been ap pointed by the court to ib lertnlne whether It Is for tho best Inteiests of the corpora tion for it is to bo dissolved and the money ami propeny iiiviucii among me pew holders, l'vcrybody is awallins de velopments with Intciest. COl'NTY CHItlSTIAN ENDKAVOIt CONVENTION AT UICIIFOP.D. The nnnttal christian F.ndeavor con vention for 1'ranklln and nrand Jsle ountics will be held in Itlchford May I. The piosrainme lias not been com pleted. UFA 1!DI AN ASK10D fOU. Application has been mado In probate ourt in ltutland for the appninlmcnt nf a guardian lor ! reel II. Itielianison md Mrs. Harriet ,. ItlehardMiu, pint owners ol llio Jtotci iierwicie ami oiucr larse properties. Tho application is made by (ieorge Sargent, a cousin, who claims that tiny ale siiuanderiiiK tlieir tuomv. iluie will tie a hearing to-day und a hot light is ant ieipate d. KILLED HAlfli ANIMAL. As. li. C. Kowe was re luriilng Wcdues- dav, March It Hold cnoppnig woou on Paul peak in the wescrn pun of liitbeil, ho observed a peculiar minr.nl running lu the viou'ls besldo him and be pursued the animal to nu old stump and succeeded in killing it. It proved to be an exceedingly rarobeast for this part of llio Slate, a sable or pine mar ten. The specimen killed was a fit male, with a body 11 inches long and a tall six Inches Ions and weighed about j one and tbrec-eiuarters pounds. The fur was very line alio Is limited nt from fl!i to $20. Mr. Itowe has an Idea that them are other animals of tho same species In that vicinity and is looking out for them. KSSFX COl'NTV COUUT, MAltf'll TiiUM . County eouii, for the Mmeh term con venes ut (iiiililhall next Thursday. The bar docket is the largest for 2u years, mid Jusl about double the number of ease's the past ten years or inoie. Indications point to a lengthy term, as there are 31 cases set for ttlal by Jury, nnd live marked for the couil. The ease of Stale vs. W.ilcrinun, the latter tinder Indictment for murder S a renovator of soil and as a food for stock, the cow pea is unsurpassed. To get the larg est possible yield of cow peas from any given soil, a plentiful applica tion of Potash is necessarj The best metiiods leadtng to certain success arc fully explained in the 65-page illustrated book, which we send free to farmers who write for it. It tells of the remarkable results attained with cow peas nourished upon Potash Address, QERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. hilt emt on bail, will piobnhly 1" the tin case, lieaid. cimunil busness- taking pre- cdenie of .11 ntbir matters. Atuiiti".v- (iuneral Fntt. and Stat'V ACnrney it. II. Alimy will app-.-ar for the State, while the rieeus' ii will be repi cseutcd by 11. U. I lowe nml J. W. Iltdmonil. "HiiitMiT's itnsT" i:l"i:ni:d. Chailes I'.alid's residence in I'ittsford, known us th- "Hermit's Rest, was bin li ed to the mound eatl.v Thtiisday morning. Mr. llnird und his hired man wcto awak ened abnul two o'cloek by tho smell of smoke und tiishlng out, found the house in llames. They saved only a few clothes. It Is not known how the lite started. Theie was a mall insurance on the house, which will paitially cover .ho lnss. KAST UAIUUi I'.UY ACCI DHNTAl.M SHOT. Gordon Uuy, tmed I" years, cun of Wil liam tiny, of Hast liat ro. while plalng with a loaded ullbie revnher j esterday ifternonn ncenie ntly discharged the xvenp- on. I lie bullet entered Hie palm of one hand nnd lodged in the wiisl. Dr. J. il. McAl'thur nf Fast italic cut up'ti the wtlst und extraeteu the bullet. No sen- otis results am anticipated. A ItAlUHJ MAN I.USKS A I.KC t"NDi:it AN KLUCTIIIO ('Alt. Iieeanse he wanted to save a little time, and did not want to so through the car James Cieddes of Marie bus lost erne leg. He Jumped Ironi Ihe front end of a. moving electric car on the IJnrto iV: Motitpeller street railroad Friday night in liarro with in sight of his bouse. Tho ground was eoveieil witli snow, lie slipped. Une les went under the w1kK It was badly crushiil and had to be ampntaii d within tliiio inches of the knee pan. Mr. Cieddes lives on Washington stteet in liarrt . lie was soing liomi ou the p:l."i car. Ill wim slandins on the fiont end of tin platform. It appears he had alighted fiom the front end before He did so tins time, swingitik himself olt as It had been his custom, li.lt h" did it once too often. He did not wall, for tlie car to slop. The icy condition of the road, the moving ear and the danger ous position from which he alighted made It a very risky undertaking. Mr. Ucddcs broke eme of the rules of the company, which fni bids passengers not only alight ing from the fiont end of a e'ar but to do It while the car Is in motion. He is a stone cutter and has a wife and two chil dren. Doctors jaekson and lieed perform ed the operation. DIP IJTiil'lHA IN I JAK I 'ItS FIELD. The house of I'll Marcette lu liakers llcld is itu.iiantined for diphtheria, Mrs. Marcette and two daughters being 111 with the disease', l.eo, the youngest son, died Wednesday afternoon. There are five other people in the house. Mr. Marcette, two other daughters, u sou, and a mini employed by Mr. Mare cue. The source of the Double is not known tun tlie botiso :s strictly itiarantlned and every precau tion Is being taken to prevent a further spread of the disease, laryngeal diph theria. There Is one other suspicious case in town. DKATII Ol MFCII AFFLICTED CHILD Stephen, sou of Mr. und Mrs, Curtis Martin nf Plainlleld, who has been lu an institute! tor tie' blind in Massachusetts died Thursday of diptheria. When very young lie stuck something hi his eyes making him blind. He was sent to tills Institute to riceixe his education and wan elnins spit mildly until several weeks at;o, when ho ci mi-acted the measles which ran into se'arlet fever. Me fore he had rc ceivered an absce-ss formed on one sub of bis head and before this healed an other formed on tlie oil" r side causing him to tone bis sense of hearing. Diph theria develoii.'d while this sore was troub ling him and caused his death. Mr. and Mrs. Martin went to Massachusetts Thurs day and brought tlie body home i'he tuneral was held at two u'rl.n k Fitday afternoon with Ilev. It. L She.iff ottlcl atiiig. The interment was in Eaton ceme tery. DATES VOll HETTEIi TUA1N. FAKMINC. Since old-homo wei k w is tc i tutrd nothing has so greatly ubr-sted the farmers of New England tic on , nouncement that nrraugciui nt have be n in'iele to send a "Metier 1' ''tin m ' s.ieeial ( train through a number of the asju nl- . tural centres ot Ni w Ihul . ! T i s ' ihi Hale's Honey of Horehoimd and Tar CURES Hoarseness, Coughs, Colds and Sore Throat. The standard remedy used for generations. 25 Cents, 50 Cents, $1.00 pet bottle; tlie larce't sir iir.iprst. At all diUKSiS'ts, Klue substitutes. PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS CURE IN ONE MINUTE Alter 50 Years we Kt ill keep up thonM habit of civinc I directions, when asked, in addition to those tor raising each vani ty oi vtrRi-i ure anil llower contameu in um. c.italoRuc sent iree. i. i. u. SKicoat M Wll, Birbl.ktU. lul. I .is ilieadv iiiinniiie . d i. t i it rr it I ntr.ll part of Sl,i",i' live ns Wnji d.iv. Apul 1. and inn 1 1 - -u H pnrtioi" nf that Slat". New II iinn-" 1 I i -inonl. its ll'ip i inliiig pnlLn 'How ins at', the d.it' s lu V, i ne i .Mondav. April Pi- Wells u v , , , sat , .MrlridocK (d nm 1 1, P.sxuui,-4 J"' bury, St. Johusbury c, eii ' Tuesday. April IT -l.vriipe Lyniji - 1 Sutton (dlnneri, Mutton Harten fanrl1! Covr ntr.v . New purl (stop ,.ur night.' Wednesday, April 1 v- N w I wry, r ford, I'alrlee (dlmicri, Nurui TtjJj i:.et T'letfoid, I'ompaiioiisue, .u-.v l'u i'liurFdav, Apt 11 lO-WTcto rUrci; ,Hli -Hon. Ilaitlaud, W ndsor, (ilrxtftc Jtu. Hon, North Charlestown, S "Uta ( url town, lb Hows Fall". I'rlday, April "n-W'stnii, ' Ls Putney, Putney, Dinnnn r I t, frnDl burn, Vernon, South V, rr,nn. ni:v. Ci. If. PAKKI.'K UKSIHNS. The I'ev, (i. II. linker e,f Tnwn I, nil H soon to leave the ministry to b ime a, iiewsiaper man. He ha- r -u.' d foni tlie pastorate of Hi" Townsle ml I'uinjrnjv. Iional Chut'.li, tu taki rff. t A nil 1 sd will 1 ome -tineivi ins editor of dil'y paper Jn Aberib ' ll. S. D. Dr, KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY Pleasant to take. I'nxverrul to Cure, Allll Wrtrnnic lu every Home. KIDNEY and LIVER cure. 11... Tt.rifia.."a l'A.Irt TIn.pH Is ati-ptPit to alt nires and tioth esi, .ir nunc t1' f miinnt relief Ino'l chihs rnifil by Iniriarlti t.r is, Mooii, niicti a, KMtv.r. UMiilr nnd Mtt ( n plalnr-. Contltiatlon, ami wentene'je porn 1 t , men. SiiiTt-s. fill for .i Trnr. l'ri inrr lv lilt. II. UI"KnV" r0, Ilnndonl. jallilrUMiMs. six botllci 45. i. JOSEPH INVENTED INSURANCE "Storage" was Cho word then, was anticipating seven years plenty, followed by seven of famine. Everybody Insures now and if you do iut- you should start at once. Don't forget that I am in the business when you set re i d. (Jooil stock and mutual com panies and lowe st rates. T. S. PECK, I.sL'ltAN( E Hurling ton-Vermont -MILEAGES- BTATE MUTUAL 1'HIE INS. CO., Ilndaliil. Vt. AGENTS WANTED. Jaunty Coats fok- Little Sm&.rt Top Coats Thet Make A Well Dressed Little Man of Your Boy. ' We've lite cnfost liltli Tup l Villi.- for liiMt n invl Jxo.vs iiibi'-riiiiilil''. -In linndsouie sliniics ol' lilno. (ircy, T.ni. n lii'didciTil omliK'ms nit slt'i'vcs. military buttons, ininle in n luaiinisli t'ltsliinn tlnit nttr.ieis ntU'iitiou to tlic boy by. his smart ap ponriiin'C -Ami prii'Cil at $3 to $8 3. Turk & Bro. The Leading Clothiers, 156 158 College St Folks