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s fry'S if"?. The Spring ' . ..cdicinc J8 CONTAINS ID m CfJft IIjOOHOL. Tit. wiat! qftwrtitj ibs nma rad pMm all U dffj pnpnm f iufMdmtl. Tin. . THt MOST ASPROVCO ALTERATIVE, TONtO. AND SWOOO-SUfrlfYINO REMCOItt OS THE VEOITABLE KINGDOM. n'iliwlirfi . , ii w w rsjiMM mi r C I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mats., V S A GUARANTEED rooo amd Muat act JUM (ML m bit.- is A A A .:' Prepared from. Sarsaparilla root, Bine Flujr, Yellow . Dock, Juniper Berries, Uva Ursi, Tipsis tsewa,. Giwiiic, Wild Cherry, Bitter Oranfjo Peel, Gentian, Mandrake, Dandelion, Senna, and other Valuable ingredients, by a combination, proportion, and process peculiar to itself, unknown to nny other medicine, and giving it curative value peculiar to itself. This is shown by its great cures of Spring rati mors ficrofula, eczema, all eruptions, rheumatism, catarrh, kidney and liver troubles and ah other complaints caused by impure blood or low condition of the system. It W an honest medicine WILL HAVE LARGE STORE. La fountain Staples Co,, of Springfield. Lease Another Building. ' FpriiifffieW, pril 13. Th La Fount uin staples Co., hore, hardware mr-i-lrants lmvo, leased tiio buiklini? used ah the hotel barn, which adjoin the utoro in the rear. They will tio tho hawwrnt and two floors lit the rapidly iiiorra.sin hardware and idumbin bu. lut'sa. When tlio improvement nrc rompli'tert this firm will have 30.000 feci) of lloor spacp, with a nmin calo .room .150 !y 40 feet. The lendh of tit ore from front to rear 230 by 40 fept, and will lx tho largest utriotly retail hardware 'firm in Jv'ew England. Ginger Champagne, Sarsapa rilla, Ginger Al3, Lemon. ' BEST IN THE MARKET. If Your Grocer Cannot Sup ply You, Order Direct of EQUINOX SPRING GO, "MANCHESTER, VT. FOR SALE BY KENQRICK & CO. THE MIL HOSIG COMPANY MUSIC EDISON PHONO GRAPHS BASE BALL GOODS Rooms Over Times Office, Third : floor, L. M. Averiil Building Open every day this week from 2 to 6 P. M. Also Wednesday and Saturday evenings. . TliEAVEBILLKUSIC COMPANY I BEEF, WINE AND IRON. ; I Urn fir H'ring laiiue and rreatwa a plfto. - UID CROSS PHARMACY. V M" JJ fj ft R r. raa sflPSaiJ Guaranteed Under tha Food end Drugs Act June 30, 1003. no, z2t x It is Xot a Patent Medicine. Its fovnml't Originated In a Prpsrriplion By tlio Famous Dr. Oliver ' Of Boston. Wonderful, Unequalled Success, Has marked Its History. .: ' If ? 4' M To meet the wish of thou who irfer w4lplne In tMet fonn, we ure now putting np Hood" Sarspriil in chocolntfd tablets called Cnn4nkr , rp" ln ,hu OaiSdluDb usual liquid form. 8ritlis re prcpured from Hood' SarapriU Itself by pro cesi of Tpomfion ud distillation, and have Identically tba Hunt curative properties. of genuine merit. I on mipt of price. 100 BONILLA IS CAPTURED? Is Said to Have Suorendered to Zelaya. CENTRAL AAITjRICANS Are to Meet in Conference Will Try to Arrange Permanent Peace The United States and Mexico to Act as Umpire. New OrlcntH, La., April n. .Word ing to a cablegram received by tho olli eiitls of tlio I'ruit DoMiateh company here, President Manuel lloiiiil of Hon duras, leu surrendered to the Niinrajnmn foreew. Tho cablegram earno from Man af;imr Nicamgua, onl Kigned by President Joo 8. Zelaya. No detail were jivea other tlmu tljut Uonilla sur rendered Thunday. (Mhcr ndvjece, how ever, received here Thursday, were to the effect that iSonilla had been "bottled up" in the port of Amapnla., ever iiiee he rando hi; snjatinnfll Uight from ('(, 1 tit cat. ieneral lioiiilla was elected provisional president of Honduras on February 1, 100H, and on March 1. lOOii, was elected constitutional president for a term of four yesirs. TO CONFER IN WASHINGTON. Central American Republics to Try to Arrange Permanent Peace. Washington, T). C, April 13. That all of tho Central Aiuericnn republic are looking to the "present Mate of warfare between Nioaragua and Honduras to re sult in an agreement for nermnnent I peace in Central America, wan deve!op'd I yesterday by a general dUeusrtion at. the state department. With that end in view, i no negotiations looking to a ces sation of loHiililies will not go far as to take up the Mibject, of permanent peace, but wiU leave this broad question to a conforuee to be held in Washington or the city of Mexico, nd in which all of the countries immediately interested may take part. The Unitel Stat'es and j .Mexino aro to occupy tho imfHirlant llJOditions of umpires. 1'ho plan lias not gone tar enough for the auggesuott of a date for aueh n is inference, but it is assumed that it will not. intert'eie with tho conference at The Hague, although the two would not be in eonfliet in any way. AmliHsaaJor t ree! h said to be father of the idea, but it hat the hearty approval of state department olliciaK WILLIAMS' CARBOLIC SAtVK iWITli ARNICA AO WITCH HAZEL. The best 1ve in tlio 'world for cuts, bruises, sftre. nlperrf. RiiH. riinnm ttf,. (hupped hands, and all akin eruptions ilt is guaranteed to give satisfaction or I money refunded. Price !.'5c bv dru-"its. Williams Mfq. Co., Props,, Clevclund, 0. 'Hold by C, li. Kendrick'& Co. M M U V'kSI Of dniKtrlUi or ent promptly by mail doe . c. l. hood co.. loweii. mms, BROTHERS' QUEER REUNION AFTER THITY-SIX YEARS. Relationship Provi After One Had Other Arrested as Impostor, Seattle, Wa.h., April 13. After hav ing been separated for thirty-aix year, two brother were tuiited in a novel and romantic manner here yesterday. One of them, .lohann Weber, a resident of Pennsylvania, after complying with re quests made by Yot Weber, a long shoreman of Seattle,-for money, came hwest to hee tf the 8eatt!a man wa really Iu'h kin. When the man w pointed out the Pennsylvania!! declared he not hU brother and had him arrested as an inKMter. After returning to Pennsylvania he waa again failed wet a a witness in the cav. Notwithstanding Johann'a de nial of the relationship., Yost main tained he was a long-lost brother whom he had not ecn since leaving Germany for a seafaring life thirty-six year ago. I'nited State Commissioner Kiefer, before whom the ease was tried, hit upon a plan of liaving the brother sop. arately write down their cousin's names. Moth did tliU. and the lists tallied. Other tests were made, including a re cital of the 'longshoreman's elasi at confirmation. When it became plain to both that they were brother there vim an affecting eene. MEASURE WOULD KILL HYPOTHETICAL QUESTION Moreland Thinks Experts Favor Side Which Employs Them. Albany. N. Y April 11. A bill aimed against tho abiifu of expert testimony in murder trials -where insanity i plead ed as a defense was introduced in the Assembly yesterday by inajoiily leader Moreland. The bill would pievent hypothetical questions being asked in any criminal case where innnity is a defense. Mr. Moreland t ay fho idea is to do away with the eipetts, who, he said, usually receive large fees for profes sional opinons favoring the siilo which retains them. NO LIFE INSURANCE FOR '- MURERERS, SAYS COURT. Beneficiary of Person . Executed for a Crime Cannot Collect ' Chicago, April 13.-The appellate court deelured yerterday that public pol icy forbids the recovery ijf in-mrance on a person executed for numler. Hubert Kilpatihk, who was executed, in Penn sylvania for murdering his housekeeper, Elizabeth llearmore, nt Chester. Pa., Teh. It, 190'J, insured his life before eotu mitling the murder. Following his exe eutiou the Metropolitan Life Inurauce eonijianv was a-ked to make payment on the policy. Huit was subsequently brought in Chicago to recover. The Jnw. er court here decided adversely, and this decision has been affirmed. Not Even One Microbe. Mr. Casey (Saturday night) give me your wage, Mr, Casey -.H but there may be sumo Ithirrible microbea on it Sorali. Jlrs. Casev Faith. I'm not ifaird ' that. A miej-obo couldn't live oa your kalary. Judge. if Iff ! !llf! IS '111 MAIN POINTS SliTTLED UPON What Constitutes 'the' Hard wick Settlement FOR 1 HE NtX f FOUR EARS No Surface Cutters Will Be Allowed to Blow Off Their "Stones With Air Machine or Hose One Apprca ' tice to Six Cutters. The main features of tlio four years .et 1 lenient between lh" Hai-lwlck giaiiiic m.'inefactuieri and their men aro as .follows: " That eight hours shall constitute a tltiy'4 work. i That tlie Siouvs of labor tdiall be front " a in. to 4 p. ,m. From May 1 to October ai, Saturday afternoon i to constitute a half holiday. Hours in winter to lie changed to suit daylight. ' All over-time ' to be paid time ..and one-half double Itme to be paid for Sundays and.-- the' following holidays t Deeoration D.iy,4th of .tuly, Labor Day, Thankgiving anJ ChilMmas. No overtime to lie worked without the- approval of The branch.' and only in case where a atone is spoiled, delayed in quaitfint?, r fequlrad toi finish out a ear, 4isll anv anplieation for work to be done ontflde our ordinary working No jouriievman granite cutter to re eive less than $120 per day of eight hours for imildmg worfc and 5X10 lor monumental work. ' . That" the fched be heated from Oc tober 15 to April 13, to a point to b ilHiind upon by the eonvmittees. " J hat we res-eive our pay once a weeK, and not over two days kept back. That we receive .our pay in working hours, and in cash. v .- -',V-- , That, pay day shall, be on .Sttt'jirtutt.; i S'henever a workman U discharged he hhall carry his tool and receive ih pay at nee in cash. ' When a workman leave of bis own accord he shall carry in bis tools and notify the employer, or tlio foremen in charge at once, after hieh he shall receive his pay in cheek. If, however, the workman fsils to no tify tho foreman a above he fha!l be held responsible for his sharpening at the rate of .27 cents per day until ueh time as he does serve notice. In ease a workman ' leaves the shop in working hours, he must notify the fore man before leaving. If he fails to do so ha shall forfeit his pay for time ac tually worked during the half day in which he. actually left the works. All men working out of doors shall receive 25 cents per day above their in door rate, ' unless ' they have proper covering, They, .must also be put in the shed when it. storms. No surface , cutter allowed In the shed when men are working, and rut tors are not' allowed to blow off their stones with the air machine or hose. .That firms uniish tool boy to carry and grind tbifif necessary tools, but in cafl a firm M not large enough to fur nish a tool boy, or in case cutters got out of tools when tool boys are furnish ed, said cutters tbll be .required to carry and grind their own tools. ' One apprentice to every six journey man .granite, cutters; apprentices to serve three, years. 'All atone cuttinjs machine workers shall. fi members of Hardwkk branch Nothing Equals father John's Medicine as a Tonic and Body Builder. Cures Throat and Lung Troubles. Makes flesh and Strength. Guaranteed,- No Alcohol or Injurious Drugs. 111., jfftfi Alpha Bread Flour, perbbl., 5.50 PilUburs Best Flour, per bbL, 5.50 Silver Leaf, all-round Flour, perbbl., - - - - - 4.75 Ilenckle's Hread Fiour, perbbl, 5.25 flenckle'i Pastry Flour, perbbl., 4.75 Pennant's Bread Flour, per bbl. , 5.00 Best Pork Sausaje in the city, per lb., - - ' -' - - 10c ' . -'isA .. y I OUR H. J. Smith's Market PHONE 337-2. 367 No. Main Street, ' Barre, Vt. Antkitis Cures BOILS' For sals by Ceo. L. Edson, Williamtlowa RECIPE FOR BOILS, PIMPLES AND SOilES. Shake well in a bottle the fol lowing and take one teaspoon ful after each meal and at bed time, viz.: fluid extract dande- lion, one-half ounce; compound Kntgon, ono ounce; compound syrup -sarsaparilla, three ounces. These ''ingredients are- li-ann-le?s and can be obtained from any good pba.macy here at nom inal cost.", ' " This mixture is said to be a splendid spring tonin and blood cleanser, because- ot its gentle, .'though' prompt fiction in forcing the kidneys to Alter and ftrain from the blood and east out in the urine all acida, waste and' micro-organisms which cause pimples, Iniils anil eruptions and , which often ruin a good com plexion. . ' ' Now i the time to take it- G..C. I. A., and if such members have not served the regular apprenticeship at granite cutting they shall not bo al lowed to cut stone at the banker. . Vault and tomb work to be classed as building work. While the minimum- wage rate shall be 40 cents per hour on building work, still it is hereby provided? that should workman be 50 years of age, and in capable ff earning the minimum rate, !ii ease shall be referred to a joint com mittee of three members of the manu facturers of Hardwick and three mem bers of Hardwick branch, G. C. I. A., who shall determine the rate at which he shall lie paid. 's " ' The agreement and scale of wages to be ellective from March 1st, 1907 until March 1st, .1911 and should either party desire a change at the expiration of said period three months notice shall Imi given previous to March 1st, 1911, and changes specified. Miould no change be desired by either party to this agree nrfwt, then the said agreement shall continue from years to year until proper notice is given. ' it js also agreed, that any conten tion which may ariso to the per formance in good faith of the foregoing agreement by either party, it shall be referred to a committee of three mem bers selected from the manufacturers of Hardwick and three members from Hardwick branch, (',. C. I. A.; failing to agree each committee shall select ono of their number, and these two shall se lect a referee who shall hear both parties and make an award without de lay, such award to be final, rending such arbitration in refer ence to foregoing agreement and bill of prices, it is mutually , agreed that there el all be no lockout, suspension of work or strike. John Kelley, David Morrisey, A. J. MeOormiek, L. M. Rockwell and Robert Hendty were the menuVrs of the union strike committee and Ceorge II. Bick ford, R. C. Wallace and William 0. Don ald the committee from the manufac turers who met them in, conference, , AFTER SHE BOWED. Why, yes, good reasons I can bring I tuinli, that she's horrid thing. I know quite well "we won't agree, But she's as mean as she can be. I'H hold my tongue, if you prefer, But still I have no use tor her. That girl, but 111 not say a word, I'm prejudiced! Now that's absurd. A treacherous, tame pussy catl What can men sec iu girls like that I I don't abuse her, no indeed! , There really isn't any need. There's nothing that I need to say The creature gives herself away. Mm can't deceive a woman's eyes; They penetrate through her disguise. Put men don't show such evidence That they possess a lick of sense. '. I don't believe she'll turn her head, But if she dares, I'll cut her dead. I'll not dieuss her not worth while. I simply say she's not my style. Sha bowed! Look, there! I think, don't you. She's stylish! And so lovely, too. Chicago Daily News. SPRING ON THE GREAT LAKES. Lake Ontario is comparatively free from iee, and there arc no ice fields in ight of tho principal porta of Lake trie, 'except off ftuiTa , toward wnicn portr of all the. floating, ke drifts on., its way to" Niagara river. All the Lake Huron reports are to the effort.. that tho ice ha disapi-ard front view." Mac kinac inland report 'as follows, under date of the 2d inst.:""Xo ire visible on Lake Huron or north channel. In the south channe the ico is solid. Heavy field of broken ice extended from (,.ra ham shoals to, H Helena and Waugo city concerning conditions at the Lake Michigan end of the straits is'cs prom ising. The straits are said to bo full of heavy, rough lee which ha ticen frown hard bv a spell of wintry weather. The other lake Michigan report are all fa vorable, including those from. Green bay and Hturgeon bay. The ice on Lake fstiperor is badly broken tip. in 'places, and at other point is still intact, but becoming honeycombed. Two steamer upward bound for Lake Superior ports have ben brought fo it halt above Pipe i-dand, near De tour, wliere the ico i .'still, 12 inches thick. Other steamers will soon join them, and there, will bupw aid and downward-bound .craft iu the ice of the straits within a fw days, if the weather continues favorable for preparatory work. The vessel men are eager to get their craft out, as a prompt start may figure in the season's work to tho ex tent of a full trip. From the Milwau kee Evening Wisconsin. The street Corner Lounger t.Tlo, Bill, where did ye git that coat! Hill, His Friend Oh, np along. Tho street Corner Lounger Ow much was it Bill, His Friend Dun no, Iho sopman woin't there The Sketch. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab lets. Drus-pists refund money if it fsili to cure. ','. W. GROVE'S signatur it on each box. 25c BRILLIANT OPENING Teriney's Men Downed Brook lya l'to 0 Yesterday IN A GRAND GOOD GAME Young "Cy Young Pitched in Mid-season Form, Letting Trolley-dodgers Down With Three Hits New ' Men Show Up Well. Boston, April 13. Tenney's men open ed their season by making splendid one; to nothing victory over Brooklyn yes terday afternoon. .Young "Cy" Young' was in the box for the home te-atn, and pitched mid-season ball, allowing the visitots but three scattered liits. Stric lect was touched up for six .5: its, which were also well scattered. But it was Striclett's- generosity that resulted in the only score of the game, and that came in the first inning. Bates, the first man up for Boston, was given a- free' pas, and .went to second and third respectively on Tenney's and Beau mont's outs.' Howard was the man with the goods and he came to the bat and sent out clean single, bringing in little Bates. Bridwell was the third out by way of the pitcher. ' It looked like more scores for - the locals in the aecond inning, when Alper man fumbled Ititchcy's grounder and Brain placed one between Casey and Lewis. On the hit Ritchey went to third and after Needham - had popped out and Young was sawing away at the air, Brain stole second. Bates couldn't bring them in, however, going out on a grounder to Casev. Brooklyn's best chance to score came in the first inning after 'Young had passed Maloney. Casey sacrificed and i.umiey s out sent Jlaioney to third. Jordan w-as next up, but" he couldn't help matters, dying in his try to Ritchey. After that Brooklyn never got bevond second. Besides holding them with his pitching, Young also fielded Ws position magnificently. One- particularly good play was the way lie nabbed a sizzling grounder from Jordan'g bat in th fourth inning and cut off Lumley at aeoond, after the latter had made the nVst hit for hi side, and Bridwell completed the double by hurling to Tenney in time. The crow:d cheered frantically. lie other two hits off loung were a single by Jordan in tlie seventh and a double by Alpeiman in tho eighth. Tho latter was run down between second and third" immediately afterwards on But ler's grounder to Brain. (All other games called off because of rain or snow.) THE PRIZE WINNERS IN CANDLE PIN LEAGUE, High Average Was Made by Brown and High Three-string Total by Gabel loni Carvers Were Far in tHe Lead. The priire winners of the various teams and members of the Rock-faced candle pin league, whose series closed Wednes day evening, are given as follows: No bowler can take mora than one of the regular prizes, but h can take all the special prizes, if lie wins them. A bowler has to roll two-thirds of the scheduled games, before he is entitled to prize. High average, Brown, 00 23-60, gold medal. . .. . Second high average, Alexander, 89 44-53, silver medal. High three strings, Gabelloni, 331, gold medal. Second high three strings, Brown, 301, but Roitsi, 298, gets silver medal ' High Single string, Gabelloni, 144, but Hepburn, 320, gets the gold medal, " Second high single string. Hepburn, 120, Brown, 117, Gilley, 113 ((iilley rolled 39 strings, which is one string short of -two-thirds of tho scheduled games), Jack Fraser. 114; Bianchi, 111, gets the silver medal. Averages of tho bowlers who have rolled two-thirds of the panics or more; Brown, Lumpers, 90 25-60; Alexander, Rushers,' 89 4 4-33; GatxMloni, Carvers, S9 7-34; Knssi, Carvers, 8S 37-60; Nute, Rushers," J 14; Jlianohi,. Carvers, 8(V 21-57; Jack Fraser, Lumpers, 88 13-41; f artli, Carver, 33-43; E. Smith. 84 St)-. ,t .ieori, Nipper, R3 23-4$; Cars, well. Rushers, 83 10-43; Mariani, Kip pers, trf 80-45; ikntinpiui, Carters, S2 4H-,.; Jones, Lumpers, 1 54-57; D. W. Smith, Rushers, 81 23-4S; Ruesel, Rough crs, 61 3-4:2; Hepburn, Rushers, SO 47 4; Goneo, Nippers, SO 22-42. Team Standing. Won Lost Pet. .733 ,.316 ,.43 3K5 ,.368 Carver ..... Rushers Lumpers , . . . Nippers ...... 44 .11 2'.l "2 21 1, 2'J :a 35 30- Koiighcra Mak T V JO fi TIP CO A &UH Look Rich 'HEN YOUR HEAD ACHES Relieve it. There's probably reason for the headache, but there's no reason why you shouU ' k bear the pain. You can cure it quickly with on? of our Harmless Headache Powders. Twelve powders in box for 25c. : C. II. KENDRICEC CO., 54 Noth Main Street. DKUGGLiV: lilt) ikUy-i.-i"li JwiOW. The blow which knocked out Corbet was a revelation to tbo. pri?.o fighters. From the earliest days of tho ring the knock-out blow was aimed for tho Jaw, the temple or the jugular vein, -stomach punches were, thrown in to worry and weary the fighter, but if a scientific, man had told one of the old fighters that tho most 'vulnerable, spot was the region of the stomach, he'd hava laughed at him for an Ignoramus. Dr. Tierce is bringing horf to the public a parallel fact; that ihi sxmacU the most vulnerable organ out ofhe pra ring as well a in it. Wi protectbur h,VHs, throats, feet and lungs, but theMsVe ' utterly Indlffer. cnt to, until dlseXfinds the solar plexus and 'knocks us ouC Majm your sumach n,n. mr,A trnVl bv t i',6 Lift OL DOCtOT i'ttfTwt. "Uoidea icdlcal Discovery cures -nrtlk stomach," indigestion, er dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad, thin and im pure blood and other diseases of tho or cans of digestion and nutrition. Tho "Golden Medical Discovery " has a, specific curative- effect upon all mucoua surfaces and heneo cures catarrh, no matter wbera located or what stage, it may have reached. In Nasal Catarrh it Is we'll to cleanse the passages with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy fluid while using the "Discovery as a constitutional rem edy. Why the "Golden Medical Discov ery" euros catarrhal diseases, as of the stomach, bowels, bladder ana otner peivio organs will be plain to you if you will r4.A a iwOriAt. nt e tracts from the writ- a v u-u us wmvti"' v- f Ings of eminent medical authorities, en dorsing its ingredients ana explaining their curative properties. It is mailed frtc on request. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. This booklet gives all tho Ingredients entering into Dr. Pierce's m(!inx fmm u-hirh it will be sen that they contain not drop of alcohol, pure. triple-reflnea glycerine ocmg useu iiinwau. Dr. Pierce' great thousand-page illus- , . ,i f .MAn &,riuft M , i Icfi 1 Advisee will be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 one- . .. .1 ... :. , .. .J (n. tl n mna cent, stamps, or eioia-wuiw " Address Dr. Fierce as above, SAW OYSTERS GROWING ON TREES. Fed t. Page Tells of Novel Sight in Florida. Captiva Island, Gulf of Mexieo, '. ' . April 1, 1007. Editor Barre Daily Times : Dear Sir Thinking some of the Vermont friends have never seen oysters growing on trees, I will give, through your columns, a description as I have seen them. I was invited to join a, party and wa made the run from Alva down the Ca loosahatchie and across to the island Saturday a distance of sixty-five miles in a five-horse power gasoline launch, in nine hours, including a 6top of an hour on the way. We could hardly discern as we left ths broad mouth of tlio river (over two miles wide at this point) end entered the gulf, only by the color of the water, 'which began to show a deeper and deeper shado of blue as we left tho mainland. Pass ing along by Sambol to its southern extremity, we enter "Blind Pass," awing around Buck key and enter a litrte, cove on the east coast of Captiva, and tie up at a snmll landing among tha mangoves. Tassing up the landing through the mangoes, we come out on a sloping shore, covered with dense, growth of scrubby semi-tropical vegetation, e-f which I would like to give a descrip tion, but will limit this to one op two which interested me -very much. Tlio mango, or mangove, aeems to be tho dividing line between the sea and tho land and continually v like Oliver Twist, searching out for more. I crushed, twisted and wormed my way down through the dense mass of growth to the very water's edg for somo fine specimjs, where the branches over hanging ttie water dropped down ten dons or root until they touched tho witter, until one could not tell the origi nal tree from the scores and hundreds of others connected with it, senna with the root tip five or six feet branching out in every direction like a luige spider. At low tide, from where I stood, could be seen tons and hundreds of ton. of oysters, the fibre of the roots growing in and around the shell and the shell cling ing to the wood and all one solid, insep arable mass. I succeeded in getting some fine specimens of the roots and tho s-hell inseparable,' Another (to me) interesting tree the natives called the gum tree, a species of rubber. As I stuck my knife blade into the. bark a fluid white as milk ail, I as sticky as glue would drip like sap from a tree, and about as thick as syrup. The, island is about half a mile wid" at this point and composed entirely of shell, washed 'up by the action of the waves or some, storiu. After supper we crossed over to the gulf s,ide and took our first plunge into the deep, blue, briny gulf, und coming back and to our bunk to sleep like Infants, or, as one remarked the next morning, some of slept like a log with the faw running through it. '.Will soon be homeward lound. " Fred U'Tage. FIERCE" STORM IN MICHIGAN. Copper Region in Grip Bliward. of a Raging St. Paul, April 13. A dispatch from Houghton; Mich., says: "For the second time in a week ttie copter country is in the grip of a raging blizzard. Never before in the history of tho copper re gion has there Wen "so severe and last ing a htonn at this time of the vear." No neeU to as f you want your hair ,ooS r,cb bet-lthf md luxuriant. eknow you do I Ayer't Hair Vigor, new improved formula, will give it just that appesrsnce. An ideal b sir dress- '"! Ass your doctor about it. Low Oil, Mm. I