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KEW WAY TO SELL MEDICINE.
Rckert & Wells Give Guarantee Bend With Mi-o-na, the Flcsh-Form-ing Food. The proprietors of Ml-o-na, the marvel ous lleh-lormiiis: forxl arid digestion regu lator, have made arrangements with Kick ert & Wells to soil this remarkable prep aration in a new ami hitherto unheard of way; furnishing a guarantee bund with every package. THE BRITISH CLAIffllNVALID Imputed Island.? OH' Doriwan Coa-si Delon? to Tinted States, rtCARASTEE 1SOSI). In buying a package of Mi-o-na, the purchaser is requested to have thia guarantee ginned by Kickert & Wells as their absolute agreement to refnud the money, if Mi-o-na does not give an increase in weight, and care dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Signed Kickert A Wells will give the above bond with every COo box ot Mi-o-na they )!. You run no risk In buying Miona. For years there has been a demand for a natural means of Increasing the liesu and Mi-o-ua has come to supply this need. It is not a cod liver oil preparation, but a combination of flesh-forming elements with remedies that regulate and aid digestion and restore health. Everyone who Is troubled with dyspep sia.headache, distress after eating, dizzy feeling or loss of appetite or who Is losing weight and In a rundown condition, should take the guarantee bond to Kickert & Wells and commence the use of Mi-o-na at their risk, remembering that the treat ment costs ou nothing unless U does all that is claimed for It. Xew Fourth ln I'oxtmiiNtePH. Washington, July 20. The following fourth class postmasters have boeu ap pointed: New York Fort Tleonderoga, A. B. Martin; Terry City, Martha M. Strow bridge; South Oxford, Herbert B. Ken yon; Perry v Me, Frank O. Armstrong. Pennsylvania -Iterkloy, J. h. Sellers; Chenthaven. T. N. liowniur; Freehold, Thoinns Yates; North Branch, Kate A. Coleman. rroblue: ltfcordr r llrowu'a IH-n(l. I'ittsbuii'. July 2D. T. C. Campbell, (lie New York nttonioy retaiwd by Coroner Mei'renry to examine witness es In the investigation now lieiug held to determine the ciiu of the death of J. O. Ptrown, tho lute recorder of this city, discredits the suicide tlieory and says there is no doubt in his mind that Mr. Brown's death was due to poison. Comtntt Inmrnnpe ( inncromi. Berlin, July 20. Secretary of State von PosadowRky-Wehner has ncptel the honornryprenidoney of the Internu (lonal insuraneo congress, which in to meet In New , York next September. Germany will be represented at the congress by three com missions. SPANISH EIGHTS NOW OURS, DAEIX3 JAIL BBEAmi Stnto Department Hnir Xot Vet He relveil n OIUi'lul Coiiimunit'Ktlon la the Matter From .on. Ion. Of Strftleaieal IiDiiorliinei-. Washington, July 2o. No oonnnuni cation has yet reached, the state tle partruent from the British pwnimeiil about several islands off the const oi Borneo, now in possession of the Unit ed States, which some members of the house of commons seem to think belong to Great Britain.. The state depart ment, however, is prepared to give a prompt nlKl conclusive answer when Lord Lansdowne's inquiry readies here. Before leaving Washington Secretary Hay looked personally into the matter and satisfied himself that the British government had not the shadow of a claim on the islands in question. When the inquiry reaches here Acting Secre tary Loouils in replying will call the attention of tlie Londcui government first to the treaty of 1835 between Great Britain, Germany and Spain, by which the last named nation was to have title over all the islands outside a marine league's distance of the Bor neo const. I-ator in the treaty which this government negotiated with the sultan of Jolo for the purchase of cer tain. Islands belonging to Win a drag net clause waa Inserted claiming for the United States all those "islands which had been ceded to Spain by the treaty of 1835. On flla in the offieu of Rear Admiral Bradford, chief of the bureau of equipment, nte charts and maps showing the location of the seven islands in controversy, Baguau, Tagu nac, Bakkungaan, Llhiman, Boaain, Sibauns; and Lnugknyan The Islands are clearly outside of the marine league of the Borneo coast and therefore un der tlw terms of the two treaties be long to the United States. It is said at the navy department that Rear Admiral Evans, knowing these facts, recently sent one of the Philippine gunboats to the islands to survey them and mark them as Ameri can territory. It is explained that the islands have strategical importance, and for this reason the United States under no cir cumstances would part with them. wIIand, Dike. The dikes which protect Holland from the inroads of the sea are from ten feet to forty feet in height. Four Couvlcta F.oie From the Dab nemorn Penitentiary. riattsbnrc. N. Y.. July 20. One oi the most during cvapes ever mad? from Clinton prison at Dannemora ha taken place, Four convicts, all 'third tenners," named Peter James. John Cornins, John F.liiott and Kdwnrd Ken nedy, succeeded in fretting away. Tlu men were at work In the cellar of the factory bulldinsf, which is near the pris oil wall, on the southeast side of tin prison yard, and were hist seen at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, w hen they w ere at work as usual. An Lour and a half later It was (Us covered that they had duar a paajre way from the cellar of the factory un der the wall and Into the sewer which empties about a half mile from the prison. They loft their stripinl suits in the sewer, and it is believed that they have either been furnished with some clothes or have made some clothes foi themselves out of overalls material which is manufactured in the prison. Full descriptions of the men have been wired to the police of every vil lage in northern New Y'ork, and every train, both freight and passenger, is be in? watched. The usual reward of $." has been offered in each case, and it is believed that they cannot possibly get out of Clinton county. James is serving a life sentence, while the other three each have from three to fives years more to serve. One of the men is 5 feet 4 inches in height, anoth er 5 feet 0). and the other two are 5 feet 8 or 9. All four are of slight build and have dark hair. So far not, a trace of them has been found, although It is ru rnored that they are in the vicinity ot Cadyvllle, about eight miles east of the nrison. Guests of the summer hotels in this section of the Adlrondacks are not taking many long walks In the woods, fearing to run across the con- vlcts. ' Krron Lynch Colored Culprit. Lake Butler, Fla., July 20. A negro tramp named Adams, who assaulted a negro woman near this place, was cap tured by a mob of negroes and lynched in Santa Fe swamp. His body was cut into shreds by the mob and severe ly disfigured. The lynching was car ried on by negroes entirely. BEAVEES INDICTED. Cattle Dlaenxe In New York. Middletown, N. Y., July 20. A seri ous outbreak of rabies has occurred among cattle at Montgomery, in this county, more than a score having been affected. The state department of agri culture has been appealed to. Several cattle have died. Freafdent Cieta Gold Mednl. St. Louis. July 20. The management of the Louisiana Purchase exposition has sent by express n gold medal to President Roosevelt at Oyster Bay in commemoration of his visit to the world's fair during the dedication ceremonies. Charared With Wronirrullr Obtl ln( it (.overuinr n t Contract. New York, July 20. United States District Attorney Youngs of Brooklyn has officially announced that an Indict ment has been found by the federal grand jury against George W. Beavers, former chief of the division of salaries and allowances of the post office de partment The charge is complicity in wrongfully obtaining a government contract. It has developed that the total num ber of machines supplied to the post office department by the Brandt-Dent Automatic Cashier company of Water town. Wis., was 527. The inspectors have evidence of this, although the present action of the grand jury in Brooklyn in indicting George W. .Bea vers is based on the contract undet which 2.'0 of the machines were sup plied. The cash registers were sold openly In the market throughout the country for $125, while the government paid ?1W each. There was a slight change in the con struction of the machines sold In the open market and those sold to the gov ernment, but the inspectors say this change was trivial and the cost insig nificant. The supply of the machines dates back to the latter part of 18!7, when the first machines were furnish ed the department for a trial. Mr. Seabury of Morgan & Seabury, counsel for Beavers, said that his firm had heard nothing officially of any in dictment and therefore could give out no statement from Mr. Beavers' side. "There Is one thing, however, that I wish to deny," said Mr. Seabury, "and that is the statement that our client la in hiding. Mr. Beavers is not in hiding, and he will be ready to accept any pa pers as soon as we are officially inform ed that he is wanted." EPWOETH LEAGUE MEETS. Sixth Annual Convention Opened by Monater Sons Service, Detroit, Mich., July 20. fen thou sand Epworth Leaguers gathered on the Campus Martius In front of the city hall. A short open air song service was the feature of the sixth interna tional convention of the league and one of the most unique episodes in the his tory of the league's conventions. The great crowd of leaguers filled the square in front of the city hall and stretched up and down Woodward ave nue for several hundred yards. The service was short, merely the singing of tho old "Coronation" hymn and "America," led by two cornettsts. Be tween songs they gave three cheers for the United States, for King Ed ward and for the league. The three meetings in Tent Ontario, Auditorium Epworth and tho Detroit Opera House were devoted to addresses on "The Church and Civic Righteous ness," "The Church and the Industrial Masses" and "The Church and the Liq uor Problem."- LOW RATES TO MONTPEIfcK g "Taj " Ml i FOR THE CHEAT arnum and Bailey Shows Tuesday, July 21. 1 903 ft 1 The Central Vermont Railway -5 to 5 as 2 "Tea ''St Will sell round trip tickets at the following greatly reduced rates and run trains as iono. Going. A.M. A.M. A.M. F.M. Leave Williamstown 7.20 South Barre 7.35 Barre 8-00 8.35 9.30 2 01 Arrivt Montpelicr 8.20 8.40 10.00 12.20 Show Grounds 8.25 8.55 Returning. A.M. A.M. . F.M. P.M. Leave Show Grounds ; -Monhxlier 8-50 10.30 12.55 3.50 Arrive Barre 9.00 11.00 1.20 4.10 South Barre 11.15 1.30 4.55 Wi1Hamrnwn ' 11.30 1-55 5.20 P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. 12.30 6-30 12.45 -45 ml 1.00 5.30 6.50 7.00 1.25 5.55 7.10 7.25 1,30 6.00 7.30 mQ wZ mZ F.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. ' 4.00 10.00 4.05 t.20 7.25 10.05 4.30 e.40 7.45 10.30 J 4.45 10.45 5.00 11,00 C Remember the Central Vermont Railway is the only line that runs direct to the circus grounds. Konnd trip tickets will be sold to oircus grounds and return at the loi- Fandolph Braintree East Granville Foxbury . Fates. Trains will leave ,$1.00 7.22 a.m. 1.00 7.34 .95 7.41 .75 7.53 .45 8.08 .40 8.10 .30 8.15 8.30 West Berlin Arrive at the Show Grounds Returning train will leave Montpelier 7.10 p.m. for Randolph and Inter mediate stations. ..... Rales. Train will leave Waterbury 5 8,50 a.m. Middlesex 25 8.59 Arrive at the Show Grounds 9-20 Returning special train will leave Montpelier 5.30 p.m. for Middlesex and Waterbury. The above arrangements will afford all an opportunity to witness the frao3 Free Street Parade which will be over a mile in length- Barnum 4 Bailey's Show has re cently returned after three years traveling in foreign eountries and b larger and better than ever. In order to move this show ninety-five cars are required, Make your plans early to take the children, ralatives and friends and see the show. Tkkets will be good on all local and special trains July 21st. 2 ml : . . "i - L H. FITZIIUGH, Vice.Fres't and Geu. Jigs. J. t. CLRlLti, ijea. rass. Agt, m' New Alliany-CntaUlll Troller. Albany, N. Y.. July 20. The opjwsi tion to the building of the Alhnny-Cats-kill Trolley railroad has been with drawn, and Highway Commissioner Oliver of the town of Bethlehem. Alba ny county, who had previously denied tho application of the company, has reversed his decision upon the compa ny's modification ot its former plan to utilize the highway. The road will be gin construction next spring. The dis tance is about thirty-five miles. Bail Fire la Antiarn, 31. T. ' Auburn, X. Y.,- July 20. Fire which started in a large frame building in Garden street caused losses cstlmatt.nl at $l."iO,000, partially insured. The burned structures Included the high school. Town Trwaaorer Una Vlaltora, Clinton, Mas., July 20. The office of the town treasurer here was ransacked by burglars, but nothirssr of great value was taken save ?11 and a sliver watch belonging to the librarian of the public library. Anfnlfjr One day only, on the usual show grounds, T?c4Tir IuUt 1 Ullipaia. Nicholas Meadow. lUOUdy, )Xi) 1 2Rings, 3jStages, 1 Race Track, III i 111 Hill Presenting 100 Novel Ads.1 ig and THtWoRLDsLARGESTGRANDESTBESTAMUSEMENTlNSTITUTION. AMtKllA KLAJ. KLrKLOt-il lAUYt anuw r, I ESI a - ""..: f "FT 4l7irfCV 1.000 WONDERS 7 t SFTSTFT mmun ALL THE BCSTJkMUStMCNr IDtAS. SHANCHT QUORUM fORCISN OfPlCtS K"- :.f!.J.!;. briooeport, conn. 3C.ossysquare.london,f.ng. 'main BusiNtss orricc CONDUCTED ON SOUND BUS IOOEPORT, CONN. 3CROSSYS0UAREiONDON TNG s f , 'I N tW YORK CITY. 1 8Roc mlPwtMahon. Paris JranceV , "f syA 1USINESS PRINCIPLES-DAILY EXPENSf S 730O! - S- j llil 1 Aerial! Enclave, IjGrandSpec- tacular Parade. Entertainment. 1 Vaudeville Shows ! Electrically Lighted, Newly Arranged with Backed Seats and Foot Rests for Every Visitor. Triple Circus Two Double Menageries, Olympic Hippodrome, National Mdseum,, Champion Aerial Tournament. Huge Collection of Marvellous Human Freaks with all the Living Wonders of the World. PATRIOTIC EXHIBIT OF HINATURE .WARSHIPS 4 JLl 1 1 , t '. V r t r -! ' 3- v r V. 1 ACRANO EQUE.5TWIAN TOU KNArlLiN I ?4. Ad siiissiori to - ' si Containing Every Type in the United States Navy. CYCLO, THE KINETIC DEMON, Defying Death and Gravitation Laws. Three Herds of Elephants in 3 Fiogs at Once; Three Troupes of Horses ia 3 Rings Together; Three Companies of Acrebats on 3 Stages at One Time; Three Troupes of Aerialists in the Air at Once; Five Equestrians Riding in Three Rings Simultaneously; Three Circas Companies ia Three Rings at the Same Moment; Twenty -five Clowns in 25 Concurrent Acts; High Jumping Horses, Long Distance Leaping Ponies, Football Horses and Dogs, Trained Animals of AH Kinds, Baby Elephant and Mother, Two Giraffes. THE SMALLEST HORSE ON THE EARTH The Entire Exhibition Exceeding in Gramlure, 'Variety anil Magnitude Everything Dreamed o Since the World Was Known. Two Performances Daily, at 2 and 8 P., H. Doors Open an Hour Earlier. Si) TIL J AS 50c. Chddreo tioder years, 25 c Reserved Folding Seats, 75 cents'. Reserned Chair Seats, $1.00.. Private Boxes with six seats, $9.00 to $12.00, according to location. Single Prive Box Seats $1.50 to $2.00. ' . ' AI! tickets arc Sold Without CXtra Charge. Beware of parties charging more than regular price. Private Box and Reserved-: Chairs sold at CHARLES H. BUSWEL17S BOOK STORE, 32 State Street, Montpelier. Others on grounds at hours of Opening. LOWEST EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. Stupendous New Street Parade at 9 o'clock a.m. with 40-horse Team and a myriad new attractions.