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HERAL.D AND NEWS. JULY 23, 1903.
abortion Prevented Saved a Calf-Saved a roal. . j "I lost lour calves and JjOOu hid three more cowt that Farm howe ' horum. One lout her calf the year aUnrtlntl before at a little over 8 Jtoonion moBths Bfc, Bbout f,tt.0 7 month! along and tor Cutf udtier wag badly swollen, i mm ber Hood Farm Abortion Cure ai Vm-ted for three weeks. The swellinfc- all i 'ft her and two inonthi later the dropped !L nest calf on the farm. I had a mare .hit ihowed signs of abortion. Gave her thia remedy and he foaled a.llving colt." K. t. TmixMOK, Do". Iowa. Two iea-l and $2.50. targe four times j,,! site. Call for treatise on Abortion slid Failure to Breed. Hood Farm Keruediea are for sale by i K Hood 4 Sow, Chelsea; J. J. TatKisE. Kanii'ilpb; J. W. Parmkntks, Krookfield; L'M A. Laird, Royalton: M. J. Sarokst ' i.n. South Koyalton: A. N. Kmo A Son. ? ..V'ir'ldge; C. A. Wight, North Tunbrldire; A"ii. ohoood A Co., K. Randolph; L. C. irt.iu.vo, Kocbester. SPECIAL ADS. CKDEB THIS HEAD $1 FOR 1 INCH A WEEKS. .. ... ."'" I .- Ads. run in all li papers. M ire part or longer time, pro rata. 0 CASH REUflKED WITH ORDER. Stale of Vermont. This Will Remind You that I have changed my headquarter fur Saturday while In town to Room 15, at Randolph Inn. K you call and consult me the chances are I can do your eye good. I will be at Randolph Inn. Satur day, July 25. W. A. EVANS, Juste Optician, Randolph Center, Vt. (iriJ A Bargain. Huineia for aale at f IkiO. Hay, Grain, and Wood. Furniture moving and uprttniiig. Four Hrst-class teams always uv. Owner going west. 20 minuites' -ide Iron) Boston on electric. C. 8. Smith, ;:. Main St., Ho. Med ford, Mas. Camera, Free. Tt- snf r-xlu'-' fur Yale Cm at era, w will f.m1 .n. -rs ntti Outfit In rMrrrii.tf - h'-l-Hiitf 1 Y:l tsi.rra. 1-1 !- dr plat-.,! pk te. .lvH -r.l pttif . , i. 1 ikir t-nintf iM.wd.-r. kf rut .ni-rr.l At-r i-aire-r, i print in jr fram, 3 trnv mm I"'k .( -!rur iiin fr a l lull, fprM-e u-usllv f outfit i ii-rr 111. A'l'trvM, P.O. Box. IM biralf'.r.i,C t. Your Real Estate. . ii It Tiire.f. Our nv-ntMr t 8. Ril Ettate i urn! atll ahw tu how by irlvlt.tf thi the ad- Tret's iif cq tu tra and ?il.aiiKr all itt . .!t-n . On rear' auhwTipti-ii, l tW. Kt-nd i-rii'tta and aiato price. The Brat Journal u ift may muk f aave jrm ninny dollar I u i .iU;)f 'r !ltitjr. Mmpl J"timJ 2f eeia mrh, a. hKAL LftTATt; JOL KWL, 11 H.u BM;k, i-. -u. S. Y. Building Materials. I have ft Hale on of the flnet atncata of antith rt iue t tv fouixl In 111 att, rotititlnir of th hirt m),l ioiik tf riiHftirs. FlrtT(f fr-.m :tK M. m th Try m-i ali bftrt. nrt r.tin , vt!ntr from 16 W r at. up. f-'inm and ,ult-l cNoii'k, a Urv anwk of moaUliribr ia tttf I'littiRinD mt, fv aul IndU'lluK tribal i.im! rt..tn oviulilii r. Ail ttran .tf tvlsr ahlnni- fr.-m tl.'b ir M. to th lit that th market Mff.trtja. Ijitii. cUt ar'l, banl iln- fl'hrnn:,auu ..t.it- r..r all-, fiat at f a 0. W. P. Hl'BHAKf), ... K-.yalion, Vt. Ttle,tk-n Peolr a Un. WANTED ! Poultry Alive. HiitheNt cash jirice iaid for Hons and (,'likkpns. II. E. RF.F.D. XorthllM.I. Vt FOR SALE. n...turnt nd Lnnrh f.r wle. H kik! ! r..m mxl Hhta tra.le; nti ttnaniera; tlnet. lo.two i.-nr lianlnri.il ; iiim.Ii IrtNit; the ..nle re- irnnt in barre. a cttr f XQ.W. Alr run liT -ut iiroiirletor. Thli. In Mimethlitir l hut yirti in! nnii nd uo the market rvrrv l;ty . W rite or O. J. HAWLB, BArre, t. FARMQ Before buy lag a Farm tniflO anvwhere in X. E., riie for our FKKE Ills. CaUloguetf "0 barjfalna. It will save you time 'Oil money. I A. STROUT, 4 UNION MUTUAL BIDS.. PORTLAND, MI. ARITHMETIC Cri C TMIIPUT TW " rt'Plr h-ae OLLl IMUUnl. throuirhnevWlT.m kv tiTK'itten what vi.u one ahont arlthmetk-, Pn-f. 8inirenlHrif xetBiHt rviiulre no tr. ner. wt p.i; ' e Vh' U. K. Jt iinllltirt. I I H. Put... Room !, U 8. h, Bt. Lout, Mo. THATCH ER'S - - CREAM CHEESE COLOR - - n.. pfvr. Mnxitfr tiiii vr. hhaOe perfect, Prifea r-a'uable. Alw Thatcher's Orange Butter Color. w i-rfei-t Butter C1-r Hrrlrtty ir- tattle-. Mnuf ttirel M THE THATVHRR M A N I FA ("TT RI NO CO., P.iTHTIAW, N. Y. H-,ini h Boatou, M-., Philadrlpbta, Pa, ''f'-ii.i fur Kam.tlfa anti Pric?a. WANTED ! 'ir' between twenty ami thirty years of ajre to work as attendants in 8" insane asylum near lkMon. A W young married conplee without r"ililrpn. can find employment here. Aillie.s Dii. EiWARr Fiii.NCU, Med '"'1, Mafia. WANTED ! IVttrtives, ehrewd, reliable men wanted in evtry locality tor profitable aecret aer Tl. Experience unneceary. Write American Detective Association, Indian rolia. Ind.' B Brownelfs Hair Tonic rill do it. Ba'dn vaa hop!1 not Si lt dlacorry Work mnrvl. , THE SEVERANCE & STEWART CO. 72 No. Willard SU, Burlington, VI. ta New Cood.naed and R.wrltt.n for Our Rcadera. Woodstock baa voted ;jO,C00 for a new school building. f A new high school building is prac tically assured tor Xorthrield. Mrs. Hetty H. K. Green Is azain a resident of hellowa Falls, paying tax es on g llO.Oiio worth of property. Last year she transferred ber residence and paid only on lu,i), the assessed value ol her house on Church street. The labor unions of Burlington have interested themselves iu seeing that the Sunday closing law is observed by stores. There are between 60 and 75 small stores In various parts of the city that have been in the habit of keeping opeu Sundays. Fuller C. Smith of St. Albans, Col. Henry S. Uriham of liennington and Horace W, Bailey of Newbury, mem bers ot the state board of "railroad commissioners, left last week for l'ortland, Me., to attend the national convention ot tbe railroad commis sioners of the United States. Heputy United States Marshal Drew ot Burlington was in Bristol, July 1G, servinff papers on the stockholders of the defunct Farmers' National bank ot ergennes who have declined to re turn the unearned dividends declared by the directors as they have been called upon to do. Their cases will come up at the September term of United States court. The comptroller ol the currency has approved the application to organize the People's National bank of Barre with a capital of SPKi.iKHi, among tbe incorporators beiiiir Fred X. llralev of Barre, C. W. Melcher, S. 1). Alien., Charles YV. Averill and F. 1. Ladd. The New York State National bank of Albany has been approved as a reserve a'ent for the Merchants' National bunk of St. Johnsbury. 1'rol. H. M. Howe, who was recently elected acting principal of Montpelier seminary, will become principal of that school alter September I next. Principal W. 11. Davenport leaves tbe seminary to become Kastern man ager of the Interstate Correspondence N-foool. Chicago. Mir.s II. Julia C ross lias rcMi'iied as vocal instructor at that in stitution and her place has been tilled by Mis Gertrude L. Harris ot Lyudou Center. Prof. C. B. Griswold ot Burlington has been appointed assistant protestor ot tomes and foundries at tne ilemson colleire iu Oakland count v. South Car olina. Pro.essor Griswold was gradu ated from the University of Vermont iu llol, and during the past two years has been engaged at that institution as instructor lu mecuanicai engineering. Clemson college will be opened Sept. 5 and Professor Griswold will report Sept. 1. Protessor and Mrs. Griswold will leave for their new home about Aug. 1. state Superintendent Ranger receiv ed the second week in June a cable gram from the commissioner ot educa tion in Porto Rico, asking that a Ver mont school register be sent him at once, and the register was torwarded. Later Mr. Ranger was notified by a letter from Assistant Commissioner Lord that the Vermont register bad been adopted in Porto Rico. This reg ister, which has recently been revised by tbe state superintendent, is said to le the best in use in any state in the Union. Mrs. R. P. Benjamin of Montpelier is tbe possessor ot a freak In the form of a kitten six weeks old. The kitten is bobtailed, of tiger color, but of most peculiar shape, half ot its body the foreh'irs and head like a cat, and the hind legs and hips like those of a rabbit, so its gait is most peculiar; while the toreteet are planted softly, one after another, alter the manner of cats, the hind less tollow in an awk ward sort ot hop. The kitten's ap pearance is ludicrous, but it appears likely to live and grow. The police department of Harre and the relatives and friends of Malvina Corbeil have been anxiously searching the city and the neighboring towns to find that young lady, who disappeared Friday morning. July 10. When she left her home on Hillside avenue, praver book in hand, to go to attend mass at 7 :3o o'clock at St. Menica s church, that was the hist seen of her. Wednesday afternoon, July lo. the girl's father received a letter from her saving that she went direct trom Bar re'to Upland and was married soon alter arriving to Frank R. Rioux. About two weeks aco one Cnarles McKenney, 05 vears old, w ho former ly lived iu Fast Richford, went there to visit his sister and brother, Mrs. H. L. Willis and William McKenney. He was there about ten days and went to Glen Sutton, Mtie., where he was tak en ill with smalliKjx. A letter from Fphraim Courser revealed the tact that Mr. McKennev had escaped from a pest house in Lowell. He exposed about 75 persons in Fast Richtord and (ilen Sutton. He is at present in a house on Sutton mountain, closely guarded, but bas made several at Umpts to escape. The annual meeting of the board of trustees of tbe Soldiers' Home was held at Bennington, July lo. They reorganized by re-electing, to bis eighth term as president ot the board of trustees. Col. Hugh Henry of Con cord. N. 11.. also by electing II. W . Satlbrdot Rutland, secretary, ami J. C Stearns of Bradford, treasurer. The board visited the Home and in spected the premises and found every thing to be in a satisfactory conduion. L c! Haunon wasre-appoiuted super .... i.,t on.l Mrs. Hannou matron 'of the Home and they were comp -i mented on their eeonomv and einuetit I management. The total expenditures tor the past year have been 'and the receipts -.M.t"2. ot which came trom the state . flH tW.iv. AI1S. JIVUi . re-admissions and three discharges. The members of tbe board were given a dinner by Governor McCullough at his home iu North Bennington. Ira Holden, lather of W. W. Holden of Northtield, was for many years owner of 5o acres of land in what is now the best quarry land in Barre and from which thousands of dollars worth ol granite bas been taken and distrib uted over the country during the past decade, making that town the most famous granite center and adding mil lions to tbe wealth of Vermont. The land was used for pasturage, but it re quired a pretty sharp-nosed animal to pick out a blade of grass between the rocks. A matter ot 35 years ago Mr. Holden signed a note wuhaparty.and, as sometimes happens in such a case, had it to pay. The party who held the note, which amounted to fw, con sented to take In payment the 5o acres of pasture laud and Mr. Holden and his neighbors considered that he had got out of the note scrape" fairly well in disposing of the land at $12 per acre. In this connection It may be re marked that less than 25 vears ago there was a class of people in Barre, wno sat on tne grocery store steps in that little village, shivered when they heard that somebody had invest ed a good dollar in the infant granite industry and relieved themselves ot all responsibility in the matter by pro claiming that "the granite business would never amount to anything, and incidentally thauking the" Lord that they knew enough to keep their money out ot such foolishness and put it into chewing tobacco. various omer ment is now 1 1 irom me - . nrin. sources. lc v" i the greatest number . . th. institution. 1 here rn' the .year seven deaths and 27 new admissions. aUo Jo INDUSTRIAL NOTES. The extensive plant of the Valentine Knitting company in Bennington, which has been idle a year, has oeen sold to the Coy-Bat cock company ot Bellows Falls, which will immediately begin the manufacture of waxed papers, employing at tlrst about 3o men. The consideration was about 25,000. George Cassie, the veteran Shetland ponv breeder of Barre. bas sold his en tire herd of Sliethincls to Dr. S. il. J-.l- liott, secretary of the Willard hospital at Bedford, Mass. The herd includes fort v-o ne animals, brood mares, colts and stallions. Mr. Cassie was paid .'.l'. The ponies will be shipped a little later to Bedford. Mr. Cassie is undecided whether he will handle any more Shetland or not, but probably will. He has been engaged in the bus iness for the past eighteen years, at times having us many as seventy po nies iu his herd. Tbe Montpelier carpenters and join ers' union has decreed that the walk ing delegate must go. At a meeting of the union a short time ago it was voted to dispense with the oillce. There has been considerable feeling among the rank and tile of the union men as to the way the walking delegate has been looking over buildings. A few days ago the carpenters were or dered oif a block because some non union painters had a week or so pre vious done some work oa the build ing. The matter was taken before the meeting, with the result that the job was tiniohed by union men. Tbe men retuse to be dictated to la petty mat ters. A number ot Rutland capitalists are Interested In a corporation called the International Fuel Co.. whicn is being tormed to tike over the patents cover ing the fuel recently Inveuted by Capt. Henry R. Dorr, the' well-known writer of that city. Captain Dorr has recent ly found that his process for making coal waste combustible can be success iully applied directly to the anthracite dust as It comes trom the culm piles, without compression, so that this dust may be used in factories under a forc ed draft without the expense of wash ing the dust to recover the finest torm ot coal, known as "birdseye," 'buck wheat" and "barley" coal. His fuel can be manufactured cheaper than the foreign fuels, aud it is believed that the Dorr process will eventually be used abroad. By this process bitu minous coal is converted into a smoke less fuel as hard as authracite coal. This discovery" i of special import ance, for there are vast bituminous coal fields both in the United States and in Europe which are remote from anthracite deposits, and there is no true anthracite in Europe. VERMONT FIRES. Fire broke out in the floor above the kl. Johnsburr Grocery company's store early July H3. The damage to the building, which is owned by W. J. Caldbeck, was about lotJ. The floods in the wholesale store owned by r. . . . -. i i.ii.. . i l Henry V Iisou were usuij uauiiiru by water. His loss was about pjow; covered by insurance. The maiu building, CO by 0 feet, of the Stark Paper Co. near North Ben- ningtou was Dumeu me uijui. ui ouy 13. It was ot wood above a stone ..;..,;.. A triur in which the llMlllU.limu. P- - naner machinery was located, built ot stone, was not nun. me v -exceedingly busy at this time. Thirty men were employed and the plant was .,... l-iiirr nron i i) Crai. It was owned principally by Charles K. W elling and K D. Welling IIIIU wits nunu nuu. 1,ni0 to i?:M.i a m). Tbe loss is esti mated at ijio.iIoO. The company made . a plain, high-grade ingrain wall paper. The old scale shop building on Cen ter street in Brandon was discovered on tire between 12 anil 1 o'clock the morning of July 17. Tbe blaze started in a pile of rubbish at the rear ot Cliilbrd's meat market and burneti i finite a large space on the outsiile ot the building. The Duumore Hose company responded to the alarm and soon bad the blaze under control. The fire had gained considerable head way and in a short time more it would have been impossible to save the building as it is a large wooden struc ture. Had this building burned there is little doubt but that the entire busi ness portion ot the town would have been destroyed. The lire started from a barrel in which Mr. Clitrord h:id U-eii smoking hams; the barrel caught fire aud burned, which set the building afire. Sound kidneya are aafeguard of life. Make the kiuncva neaunv uu run.. -. Kidnev Cure. K.J. I'nuce, So. Kaudo.ii; i Geo. A. Laird, Koyalton. j MISDEEDS AND PENALTIES. Arthur Brace, who escaped from the Industrial school at ergennes July !o, was located at Essex Junction the 17th by Assistant Superintendent Pratt ot the school. Brace does not want to be confined at the industrial school and says he will escape whenever be can. He wished to be sent to the bouse of correction at Rutland. Six young Chinamen were caught at Island Pond, July 17, in a sealed car containing waste. Customs Officer Hiram B. Farmer, opening the car tor inspection, was confronted by three and a search revealed three others se creted in the waste. The car's desti nation was Portland, Me. All were turned over to Immigrant Inspector Grant and taken to the Newport jail. Island Pond is a bad place for Chinese to get by. Two were caught there a few days before. George Whitcher, Jr., of Plairrfield was in Montpelier city court Juiy 13 charged with the larceny of $50 from the mill of Arch Batchelder in Plain field the yth. Whitcher is 18 years old and was arrested in Montpelier the 11th by Deputy Sheriff Fitzgerald, who saw the young man spending money very freely. He pleaded not guilty ana his case was continued until Tuesday, July 23. Bail in the sum of 500 was furnished by George Whitcher. his father, and F. L. Laird, his counsel. , A case without precedent w-as dis posed of in Montpelier city court July 14. Benjamin Coburn, a painter, for merly ofNorthrield, pleaded guilty to a breach of the peace in calling John tiabree, another painter, a scab and a liar, aud was fined 5 and costs, iu all 5".7'J, which he paid. The complaint drawn by Grand Juror Theriault was under the statute prohibiting disturb ing and breaking the public peace by tumultuous and ollensive carriage anil by calling opprobrious names. The court fined the respondent the mini mum amount. Hazel, the 15-year-old daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Chapman, who live at Last A hitehall, X . l ., close to the Vermont boundary, was assaulted Wednesday afternoon, July 15, by a negro laborer, while she was berry iug in a pasture. The man bad been em ployed as a laborer iu Gentry Bros.' circus, which exhibited at Rutland tbe Monday before, and left the show when there. He was captured by some farmers living near where he nssaulted the girl and was taken to Whitehallnnd placed iu jail. A crowd of people went to the jail intending to lynch the prisoner, but could not get n't him. The Rev. Philip Giroud of Montreal, a Syrian priest ot the Roman Catholic church, has brought suit through C. J. Ferguson, attorney, against James R. McMahon and Mrs. is. Prior of Bur lington for false imprisonment, de manding damages to the amount of $5,i'tn. He has also begun an action tor slander against Mrs. Prior. Pa pers in both cases were served return able to the September term of the Chit tenden county court. About a year ago Father Giroud went, to Burlington. He was unknown, could speak little or no English, his actions were regarded as somewhat queer and his conduct at various times caused more or less talk. This was about the time several sacred vessels were stolen from the Catholic cathedral there and Giroud was charged with the crime and ar rested only to be soon liberated as in nocent. It Is upon this charge that tbe present actions are based. True Heart Diseas. Is a Rar Thing. Thecauaeof your palpitation is, prob ably, pressure arising from gaa in tbe stomach that ia, gastric indigestion. A few doses of C'al-cura Holvent, Dr. David Kennedy's new medicine, will cleanse away the foul accumulation! and the heart will run quietly and keep good time. Write to the C'al-cura Company, Kondout, N. V., for tree sample bottle. Bankruptcy Not... A petition in bankruptcy has been filed by George Durand. a quarryman of Barre. His liabilities are ?2'J1.2o and bis assets $51, all of which are claimed exempt. Catarrh of th Stomach. When the stomach la overloaded; when food i taken into it that fails to digest, it decays and intlamea tbe mucous mem brane, exposing the nervea, and causes the glands to aecret mucin, instead of tbe natural Juices of digestion. Thia ia called Catarrh of the Stomach. For years I suf fered with Catarrh ot the Stomach, caused by indigestion. Doctors and medicines failed to benefit me until I used Kodol livsnensia Cure. J. F. Hhea. CotuielL Tex. Sold by O. M. Miller, Bethel; M. J. Sar gent, So. Koyalton. Dr. Emmons' Mmithlv Rea-ulstor hat brought happlnes to Suucire.'t ot auEloutwomen. There ! poUW. Ir no other reote.tr knows o mwllfal scleuc. that will so qul. klr aud safelf do the work, i-onicst and most ol.tluate Irregularities from anreause relleve.1 liutnc-diHteiy. Success g-uar. anieejAtanrBtaire. Jo.ln, tlaner.or Inter. f.tM Ul. ! . aee relteee.! UBdidof eae where other have tailed. The most dull. cult casus fur:funr treated tir mall.and kit. efl il rili (ruaxsiiWKl In every intnce. fo rl-k whattHiever. We treat hundreds of ladles whom wenerer.ee. W rite f..r further jiartl. it. rars and free eontl.lcntlAl advice. lo not out oa too long. A 11 letters truthfully answered. Ke memUr, tld- remedy Is al-ofute.y sate under ererv txisnhle condition and imMtlTelr Have no alierlll iect utu the nealtlt. Senthy mall, torurelv seal, d, IJ.W. Money letters should le r-wntdT I-It. J. W. UlilO-NS CO- i: X mJiit ol., Iloton. Vm. Randolph Foundry, Manufacturers if Cr.eo Mountain Swivel Plows, Jte,.alr. Stove irte. H.g Tnnicha Fv. Boxe. Pimt frir, Sdu Roda and (.outt urn. Jo Ca.tiiiK, tc. Clapboards, Lath, Doors, Windows. Ah and Spruce Lumtier.Joo W-rk. Airenta for Cray's Horse Powersand Machines. r itrmmtf at :i ninerT, peviina, i wmw aim via. TKRMJt-CASH. O. Osgood, Successor to Chad wick Bros., Twxeolrl. Vermont. Notorious Hora. Thl.f D.ad. Charles Rufus Young, one of the men who stole the two horses from tbe barn of George Ruane in Rutland the night of July 11 and who surrendered himself at Arlington the 13th after being severely injured in jumping from the stolen rig, died at the county jail as the result of bis Injuries. No post mortem examination was held, so that it was impossible to tell the exact cause of bis death, but Dr. E. I. Hall, who attended the man, elated that death probably resulted from the rup ture of an Intestine. Young claimed that when be and bis associate had escaped the posse which tried to capture them they jumped from the wagon, his compan ion, who weighs about 10 pounds, landing on ton of him. He had said ever since his surrender that some thing inside of him was broken and that lie bad only a short time to live. Young was about 6 years old. So far as can be learned he left a brother, John Young of Wluhall. and another brother who lives at Larrabee s t'oiut ; also a sister by the name of Johnson, who lives at Chester. None of the man's relatives called lor the body and it was buried at the house of correc tion cemetery. Charles Rufus Young was one of the most notorious horse thieves ever known in this state. Practically his whole life, while he was not in prison was devoted to horse stealing. For i time he conducted a hotel a short dis tanee from Troy, X. Y., and it is thought that even while employed in this business he was connected with a gang of borse thieves. He had served four terms, amounting in all to years, in the Clinton, N. Y., prison and bad also served a 10-year sentence at the Windsor prison in this state. It is stated that Young was a great lover of horses and that he always took the best of care of the animals which he stole. The man began preparing for his career at an early age. It is stated by those who know the facts regarding his childhood that while a email boy he used to spend most of his time playing at horse stealing with his com panions. There are several humorous facts connected with the man's career. He is said to have once stolen a light chestnut colored mare from a man in Massachusetts and a tew days later sold the mare back to the owner after having dved her coat a seal brown. Juat About Bedtime. take a Little Early Kiser it w ill cure con stipation, biliousness and liver troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Kisers are differ ent from other pills. They do not grie and break down the mucous membranes of the stomach, liver and bowels, but cure by gently aroueing the secretions aud giv ing strength to these organs. Sold by J. W. 1'armenter, Brookfield; E.J. Prince, So. Randolph. ALW-n-ia Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Don't Enow It. How To Find Oat Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or set tling Indicates an neys; 11 it stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble; too frequent desire to pass It or pain In tha back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are outcf order. What to Do. There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part cf the urinary passage. It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity cf being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized." It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have tha best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$l. sizes. You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more abou' It, both sent absolutely free by mail, address Dr. Kilmer at Hon of awanp-Rnot. Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Koot, Dr. Kilmer Swamp- Koot.and tne addresa.Bingtiamton, . l ., on every ooiue. BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL Oriens on the first Wedneaday in!vtoter. Three Veara' Course U-adlnir to LL. B. and i. B. degrees. College graduates receive the degree of Bachelor of Jurisprudence at the end of three yeara, and may receive that of Matter of Jurlprudenc at the name time hy pursuing special cooraeainil) Jurisprudence ;i3: International Law, Internation al Art'itratton, Diplomacy and Conaular Service; ii Spanish IiiMitutlonsfand the Siianinh C.le; 14) the Conilnen lnl Code ot t K-rmanv or Franc: fti Konian I-aw. FOR COI.I.F.ttE i.KAUtAlts OXE HI XOKKO SCHOLARSHIPS OF HFTV DOLLARS EACH. Adilre PEAS MELVILLE L. BIOELOW. Afhliurton, Place. Boatoa. FARMERS FAIR! DBTTBIl When they fsend their Butter, Cheese and Eggs to us. MILLS & DEERING, 22 and 2-4 Qulncy Market, Rooton. I JT Market Reports and Stencils sent to shippers. Always send Invoice with consignment. WOMEN'S WOES. Hard for any woman to do housework ta attend to daily, duties with a ; constantly aching back. Every woman should leant the cause ot backache and the core. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve a bad back and cor lt-nre ev ery kidney and bladder disorder, from backache to diabetes. Mm. C. F. Goodnow, living at 143 Wash ington street, New Britain. Conn., anys! "I gave a testimonial iu lece tuber, 1sl. toucl.liig the merits of foan's Kiduey Pills, and iu the statement said that I had been fcothi-rr-d with my hack and kidneys for over thirteen years, not constantly, but when I caught cold It generally settled In my back, tonkin It lame and sore, often the r'u through the small of my baek waj so severe as to make me cry out. I real about I'oaa's Kldmy I'llla, and procured some fsotu K. W. Ttioniion at Co.'a druij store, oa Slain street. They helped QOf back Immediately, and In a short time. Itov.-d me of the trouble. 1 have takV I man's Kidney l'llls et Intervals during the Inst five yearn, when I felt an aiack ol backache coming on, and they ly brought Instant relief. I am never without tLem lu the bouse." poen'a Kidney PlHs aotfl at alt dm atores: N ceutg. Foster-Milborn Co., Uuf Siilo. .N". V. CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY. Corrected to June 21. 1103 GOING SOUTH Train leave iUaiMpb u fullowi; B OO J, 3VX. jriirht Espr.. da H jr. fur Bo ton an1 all New Kinfiitti'l (I'tnt. Thnujfh t'ai-hH ami i-'jtitiir c.tr fir Beaton vi LruwcU, " for t"iri iit.n eld. lO 17 A.. iVX. Mall week dnv fur Wiirceter. B 'toa snd NtfW York. Parlor car to New Yirk. Limited Fvprepa week dava for Bnaton snd tor Nr. Vork, via HprlnKtleld "r Ne Lon don. ThniiiKh CnHchew and Pullnmn Buffet Parlor" ur to Boa ton and BiirttixUelil. O BO Xs. 3VE. Paaaenirer week dava for White River Junof , Siniiflleli and New Vi.rk. Sleeping car to New York excehl Saturdaya. OSOP.M. Sundav onlv, for White River Junction. Siirlimrleliland New York. Sleeping car to Ne York. OOIKO NORTH a OO A. TVI. Nls-ht r.vpreaa rlallT for Montreal and the W ent. Week d a for Oydenaliuril. Klt'Olor' and Ottawa. Sleeping car to laouu-eal. 7 ua a. Jvr. Paaaenirer week dava for St. Atbana, Mont real. Ottawa anil klchfonl, conuectlng at Burllntttou for Troy aud Albany. U BO A. IVX. Sundara only. Accommodation for Barling ton and Sl-Albana. B 44 Xs. IVX. Mail and Eitpreaa week days for Borllna ton. Cambridge Junction. St. Alltna, Kouaee Point, Rlchtnrd and Montreal Pullman Tarlor car to Montreal. Exprexa week dava for Montreal and Iiii-iik". Pullman Parlor car to Montreal and Pullman Sleeping" car 10 Chicago, ii. U. FITZHl'CiH, Vice Prexiiient and Oen'l Manager. J. E. BESTLKV, Oeuerul Passenger Agent. atreageat ta tka War lit The flilEquilaMe Life. t frou-cllos tkwl raoTHCTa. ) Policies Are Sight Drafts at Maturity. Surplus Fund (from which diridends are paid) Over $75,000,000. For FrsueMoa (or laialoymeat se rif M. f. e. Dubois, Kandoipn, vt. General Insurance. Fire, Life and Accident. J. B. ELDREDCE, Randolph, t. mm CHICMIITIRI (rl.LIIrl PENNYRQyjaLLS A " HKllrlKK KX.gUMt Maaw9aaV, ' HI U SU 1 iarM sMtftlltf r- B-SJ S4 V-v . , '2 rit.nj 1 kf ttt-l. KefM 11 iJ """Cw-rfsM akUlalifsa mI lamlttk- I fff ttosia. Hay of tour i'figi r -4V. W Jf mtv " 1 lr. Tartlsmlate V V M wrfxl "Ke-IW for t.a.l ftim hj v Jkw r tnrm Mmii. I fl.tMMt TeOM. on... ft -4 f -n gT at) tVoattjiat. 4 klehwln I -all'h 4 44 Iaaw, I'Ull. faW jmMmOJkMui ran'iimMl natui mmi iiinriraianisi i To Cure a Cold in One Day . n a-.! ... . f Tcte baxativc uromo vi11111"6 fyf Seven Mniioa botes sold In past 1 2 months. TLlS signature, W' XTX - i ii HMiani iwii iiiipi. ii sum uibmbi III iigTSlWWfaTVlTTslllTrlTlBTTnsSaTTtS Cures Crip In Two Days. on every box. 25c