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WINDHAM COUNTY REFORMER, BUATT1 EBORO, VT., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1905.
3 Lxall Medical News. Yereating. nts of people think a big appe- i i.l. i lis a sure sign oi ncaiui ana a rantee of lone; life, when, as a Lr of fact we don't know of any. more dangerous to a person s iral ncaiin. ijipcuic la juai we I i I ' - I I . t r,1l desire iur tuuu. jxjui iuas oi Itite and over eating are causes klarm. An insatiable appetite is Ire sign of diabetes. It is not you eat but what you digest does you gooa. some oi the est and healthiest persons we - l . - - - . r iv are moucraic eaters, jver- is a very common habit that ht to be attended to before it Hops into a chronic complaint. tail uysueusia i uuicis arc a spe for that particular ailment, and fucommend them to our customers y day and have yet to hear of hirst person wno has not been ehted by them. Of course the son is easy to understand all Dyspepsia Tablets are pre- ed for dyspepsia only, lhey from the prescription of a phy- an whose whole practice was de- fed to stomach troubles, and to ke the offer doubly safe on your ; we guarantee Kexall Dyspepsia plets to give prompt and perma- lt relief or we refund your money. have a large trial size, con- ling sevenry-nve aoses xor iweniy- i cents. We want you to try a box Dur personal recommendation. SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP LOCAL TEAM THINKS IT HAS CLAIM TO STATE HONORS. Hat Dfatd NorthfUld and Wattr bury and Hat Triad to Arranga Gama With Edmund High School of Burlington. DEATH OF GEORGE W. FISHER. BROOKS HOUSE PHARMACY exalt Agmncy a. 2306 PORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE I'KOrLES NATIONAL WANK at Hrat- in tlio state of Vermont, at toe close of loss, Ma'cU 14, IK RESOURCES, nml discounts t 623.768.27 flrafts, secured and unsecured .. 683.47 Ittinus to secure orcuiamm . .... iw.uw.uu Hnnds to secu re V. 8. deposits. . 62,000.00 liumson II. . Honas . . b.wiu.uu ls. securities, etc 84,658.00 limine, furniture, and fixtures anils) 20,000.00 mm National nanus (not reserve rents) 24,608.03 mm State Banks and Bankers.. 1,000.00 tnim aonroved reserve agents.. 118,098.09 Iks and other cash items 8.0f 2.88 fe of other National Banks 6,010.00 kinnal nauer currency, nickels hid cents 143.96 !ul money reserve in bank, viz... e . 27.840.00 l.tenrler notes 16.900.00 K 44.740.00 l,.,,,ti,m fund with IT. 8. Treasur- fri6 per cent of circulation).... 6,000.00 Total 11,100,293 JO LIABILITIES. Ital stock paid in 1100,000.00 lUSIlinU luu.vuu.vu ided prolits, less expenses ana hYpfl nam u.zio.vf fcnal Bank Notes outstanding.... 100,000.00 Bo Trust Companies ana savings lanks iia.zoo.m idoal deDositssubiect h check 606,909.66 Unit certificates oi leposlt 6,406.82 tied checks 12.60 r's checks outstand ne.. 2.479.58 677.075.23 fed States deposits 62,000.00 Total. L- t TrA,nn. rnnnlv nf WtnHhAm. RS K. H. BRACKETT. Cashier of the above d bank, do solemnly swear that the above raent is true to tne Dest or my anowieu: belief. V7. H. BRACKETT, Cashier. The! Brattleboro high school basket- ball team made a pilgrimage to the northern part of the mate lust week and came home with two vtctorlea to their credit, defeating; the Waterbury high school by a score of 41 to 19 Friday evening and trimming North Held high school the following night by a score of SO to 18. In the gume at Waterbury Pierce as usual led his team In the number of baskets, while Scott and Rogers put up a fine game, getting Into the team work effectively. The game with Northfleld was a warm contest and the result was ex eeedlngly satisfactory, to the local schoolboys. Northfleld had won 10 out of 12 games and had not been de touted on Its own floor, having been victorious over such teams as St. Johnsbury academy, Montpeller scm Innry and Norwich freshmen. The Brattleboro boys did notably goou team work with every man In the game from beginning to end. Rogers put un a great game, and Everleth and Peach both showed up strongly, the latter giving promise of making an excellent center. Pierce threw three baskets and Everleth two, which were not allowed because thrown from out of bounds. In view of this good showing the local high school boys have a feejlng of some right, to the state school cham pionship. Burlington high and North fleld high have defeated St. Johns bury academy, the only other team likely to put forward any such claim. Brattleboro has defeated Nortnnela. and Burlington has declined to meet the local school team either on the University of Vermont floor, In Brat tleboro or at a neutral point. The local school team would like very much to arrange a game with Bur lington under almost any conditions and feel thnt the outcome of such a contest would do much toward a sat isfactory settlement of the high school championship of Vermont. Following are trie summaries or tne games at Northfleld and Waterbury: B. H. S. Waterbury H. S. Scott, r. f., I. g., Grout Pierce, 1. f., r. g., Ricker Peach, c, c, Warren Rogers, r. g., 1. f., Demerit Everleth, 1. g.. r. f., Clark Score: B. H. S.. 41. W. H. S.. 19 eroals from floor. Scott 4. Pierce 9, Roeers. Everleth 6. Warren 5, Clark 2. Demerit:" goals from fouls, Pierce, Warren 3; umpire, Smith; referee, Whitaker; time, 20-mlnute halves. B. H. S. Northfleld H. S, Scott, r. f.. 1. g., Rogers Pierce, I. f.. r. g., Newcomb Peach, c, c, Aldrlch Rogers, r. g I. f.. Stone Everleth, I. g., r. f McCarty Score: B. H. S.,' 30, N. H. S., 18; eoals from floor. Scott, Pierce 2, Peach 2. Rogers 3, Everleth 6, New- comb. Rogers, Stone 2, McCarty goals from fouls. Pierce 4. McCarty 4; referee, Whitaker; umpire, Bamp ton; time, 20-mlnute halves. A Daaoandant of Ona of tha Town's Pionaars. George W. Fisher, 72. died Saturday morning at his home cm Western ave nue of pneumonia after a brief Illness. He was tha great-grandson of F.bon- eser Fisher, ona of the pioneers of this town, who settled In Brattleboro In 1762, his home being on what Is now known as Meeting House hill. Here he established a brlck-maktng plant, the flrst In this section, and conducted In connection with his farm. Ho was one of the original 13 proprietors of the town of Brattleboro. George W. was the fifth son and one of the 12 children of Asa and Mary Streeter Fisher. He was born In this town June 7, 1832. When 17 years of age ne entered tne employ or ash Miller, learning the wheelwright's trade, which' he followed for 30 years. A NEW DEPARTMENT. GEORGE W. FISHER. f scribed and sworn to before me this 20th f March, 1905. tj. A. hakkis, notary ruDiiu. erect Attest : O. L. SHERMAN, 1 C. R. CROSBY, 1 Directors. H. P. WELLMAN, ) pothe Your Throat leal the Inflamed Parts lop Your Cough at Once ODERIC'S ILD CHERRY OUGH BALSAM rapidity in relieving and certainty in ing is incomparably superior to any pre- led remedy obtainable. Used In daily icticebyone of the late leading phygi- ris of Portland, He. Price 25 cents. xtra large bottles. llicine. At all dealers in WILCOX Y. Bargain Store. OUR LARGE LINE OF per Nickel Plated Ware at its Iicst All the leading stvles and lient make. Our TEA and OoFFKK are very pretty, and prices to fit all tbcu.k. Sporting Notes. The St. Johnsbury Caledonian of this week contains a portrait and sketch of the Company D basketball team of that town. Up to date the team has played 17 games and lost only three, Brattleboro and Norwlcn being among those to win. Company D has scored 598 points to Its oppon ents' 346. .$1,100,293.30 Unless there ls a revival of base ball interest it will be imposstme to run a team there this season says the Greenfield Gazette. Therelms been negotiation between Orange and Gardner parties for the forming ot a league to Include those towns In addition to Greenfield, Athol, Bald winsvllle and Fitchburg. The third and deciding game of the state basketball championship series between the local Independents and Comnanv D will take place at St. Johnsbury next Friday evening, March 31. Manager Allen's efforts to have the game played on a neutral floor were unsuccessful so he decided to beard the lions in their den. The local Independents expect to meet Bellows Falls In a third game at Keene, N. H., Tuesday evening. If the arrangements are completed a large delegation will accompany the team. On Wednesday evening, if Fes tival hall can be secured, an exhibi tion game will be played wlthi the Home Culture club of Northampton for the benefit of the band. Manager Lawlor of Greenfield wants the In- deDendents to come to ureennem Thursday evening for an exhibition srame with some New England league professional team, ana on us reiurn from St. Johnsbury the team will probably play an exhibition game with Bellows Falls at White River Junction. On the whole a rather strenuous week. Considering the Interest and sup port that has been given the various basketball teams in tne siaie u; not form a state basketball league? We believe that such a league, with a schedule of four games with each team, would benefit the sport In this state. The team having the largest percentage of games won at the close of the season should be declared the state champion. This would be much more satisfactory than the way the chnmnionshiD Is now won. Such a leage could easily be formed with these teams: Brattleboro, Bellows Falls A. iC., University of Vermont, Norwich university, Barre T. M. C. A., Company H of Montpelier and Company D. The time to start this Is to commence now and be ready for the opening of the season next fall. St. Johnsbury Caledonian. He afterward worked as a carpenter, his home on Western avenue being one of the many buildings which he constructed. He was married to Lu- clnda E. Wood, daughter ot Dr. George and Eliza Wood, August 4, 1843. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher celebrated their golden wedding anniversary In 1903, the event being attended by many relatives and friends. Besides a widow Mr. Fisher ls sur vived by three children: Fred S. Fisher of Leominster, Mass., George W. Fisher of Dummerston and Rose L., wife of S. K. Durrell of North At tleboro, Mass. One daughter died in Infancy and another, Grace E., wife of E. L. Allen, died about nine years ago. Mr. Fisher also leaves six brothers and one sister. They are Henry of Bridgeport, Conn., Oscar of Keene, N. H., Eugene M. of Prosser, Wash., W. Harrison, Ezra E. and Roscoe Fisher of this town, and Mrs. Mary Ann Loomis of Akron. O. The funeral was held Tuesday af ternoon at 2 o'clock from Mr. Fish er's late home, Rev. F. W. Lewis, pas tor of the local Methodist church of which Mr. Fisher had been for many years a member, and Rev. E. C. Bass of Providence officiating. The bear ers were members of Protective grange. The body was placed in tne vault of Prospect hill cemetery. The services were largely attended. Houghton A Simondt's Second Floor Will Be Ready Monday. After several weeks of preparation Houghton & Hlmondss latest audition to their already large store Is ready for occupancy, and the formal open ing will take place Monday. There will be a public reception from 2 until .30 p. m. with music by Leltslngers orchestra and everyone is cordially In vited to attend. The nrm s new gar ment department, opened last Sep tember In the daylight basement, has been very successful, so successful, In fact that enlarged and Improved facili ties have been warranted. The new iiild 1 1 Ion makes the capacity of the store four times hat It was original ly. The new room ls directly over the north store and reached by a flight of wide easy stairs broken by a largo I limiting off which Is the otlice con- I tainlng desks for the cashier, book- I keeper and members of the linn. ' From the otlice there is a view of bnlh ground stores and the new depart- I riioiit on the second floor. In front I of the cashier's desk are the terminals I of the Lnmson cable cash carrier sys- I torn, the first of its kind to be estab lished In Vermont. The system con nects with every department and Is operated by electricity. The opening i for the stairs and balcony lets the light from three large windows into ! the main store, and on this account j alone Is a great improvement. Garments of all kinds as well as ! skirts and wrappers will be carried I in the new second floor department a feature of which will be a very large assortment of children's goods. ! On this other floor also are a fitting room and a work room, with a sewing machine operated and flat-iron heated by electricity. The daylight basement is now occu pied on one side by a large line of house furnishings such as lace and muslin curtains, couch covers, por tieres, tapestries, bagdads, sllkollnes, cretons and upholstery goods. The center north side of the basement Is occupied by muslin underwear and petticoats. An entirely new line of "home made" muslin underwear has Just been added. On Monday the special feature, of course, will be the opening display and sale of new spring costumes for women. An enormous stock has been bought especially for; this occasion and Includes many novelties In exclu sive styles. In addition there will be special offers in other denartments. 'the prices to obtain for Monday only as will be seen by the firm s advertisement. A! IDS M We Find In Stock-taking Several Small Lots of Clothing Which We Are Going To Sell At Some Price. LOT i contains about 17 Men's Overcoats, one, two and three of a kind, that were $5, $6, and $7. q Q7 Your choice of the Coats at ?9a9 LOT 2 contains about 25 Men's $10 and $12 Overcoats, only two or three of a kind, but not one coat in the lot that is not a royal $10 garment. ft - We give you your choice at Oa3 Now is the time to buy. LOT 3 contains zi Men's Rain Coats that were $io. The sizes are somewhat broken and so is the price. Your choice LOT 4 takes in all our $12 and $13.50 Men's Rain Coats. All sizes in this lot, 34 to 44. LOT 3 takes in any and every Odd Suit we have in our store. There are 5 of the fam ous Kuppenheimer Suits in this lot, that were Si 8.00, but they are odd. tO OO Your choice of the Suits at 4OaOO $6.42 Death Rate in New York and Chicago During November and December, 1903, one-fifth of the deaths in New Tork and Chicago were from pneu monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia, so do not take chances on cold wearing away when Foley s Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and prevent serious results. Sold by All Druggists. The Colonel's Waterloo. Colonel John M. FuHer, of Honey Grove, Texas, nearly met his Water loo, from Liver and Kidney trouble. In a recent letter, he says: "I was ! nearly dead, of these complaints, and, j although I tried my family doctor, j he did me no good; so I got a 60c. I bottle of your great ' Electric Bitters, which cured me. I consider them the best medicine on earth, and thank God who gave you the knowledge to I make them. Sold, and guaranteed to cure, Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Kidney Disease, by F. H. Holden & Co., druggist, at 50c. a bottle. We give you your choice at $9.65 LOT s gives you your choice of any Rain Coat we have in our store, including the famous Kuppenheimer garments, that were $15.00, 16.50 and 18.00. qa We give you your choice at 4lle5?U Strictly Odd Suit Sale. We find in going through our stock that we have just 53 strictly odd suits, and we shall sell them at a price. LOT 1 contains 12 Boys' Long Pant Suits in sizes 15, 16 and 17, that were $6.00, 7.00 and We give you your choice at $4.44 LOT 2 contains 19 Suits in sizes 34, 35, 36 and 37 that were $9.88. We give you your choice at Men's Top Coats. About rs Men's $10 Top Coats, mostly in dark colors and all sizes 36 to 46. a aa We give you your choice at P39 $5.55 Men's Odd Pants. LOT 1. We have about 100 pairs of Men's Work Pants in broken lots that were $r.2; and We give you your choice at 9 llo. LOT 2 contains about 150 pairs of Pants that were $1.98 and some 2.48, all sizes in some- th.in.e- . l AO We give you your choice at ro Men's, Women's and Children's Rubbers. We have a very large stock of rubber goods and only in the best makes. We ask you to get our prices before you buy. We will save you money and guarantee every pair of rubbers we sell. Men's first quality American duck rolled edge Rubber boots. &0 OQ Our price 3.s.70 Bear In mind we buy these goods direct from the factory and save the middleman's profit. Still Selling Fur Coats at Greatly Reduced Prices. Opening of New Bridge. North Walpole and Bellows Falls people celebrated, Monday night, March 20, the opening of the new $5,000 bridge connecting the two places. Speeches were made by prom inent citizens from both sides of the river, the parade was headed by the Citizens' band, and there was a mag nificent display of fireworks. The committee on the bridge from Wal pole consisted of E. K. Seabury, F. O. Smalley, C. E. Seward, C. J. O'Neil, W. Klrney; the Rockingham members were M. H. Ray, C. w. Osgood, Stephen J. Gray, J. C. Day and Judge Williams. Arm Torn Off by Saw. V. H. Headle, 40, formerly of Rut land, was the victim of a painful accident while running a saw at the Green Mountain Bobbin factory at Bellows Falls Monday, March 20. His left arm was torn off at the el bow. Headle was alone at the time and it is not known how the acci dent occurred. Pomona Grange Meeting. Windham County Pomona grange held an Interesting and well attended meeting with Vernon grange Wed nesday, March lo. The forenoon ses sion was devoted to general business and the consideration of tne question. Do we as Farmers look out for own Interests as Carefully as we Might?, the general opinion being In the neg ative. The afternoon session was open to the public and the program consisted of music, readings, recita tions and the discussion of the ques tion. Were the Customs and Manners of Living In our Grandparents' Day More Conducive to Health, Wealth and Happiness than the Customs of the Present Generation? The ma jority considered the present age bet ter to live In. The next meeting Is with Protective grange, Brattleboro, May 17. .. ... -w CAL uUIfi SOLVENT AM il St -A Diwoln-s Mid swiftly TemoTet Rti '""f Jff i stone sad fir.ivel (nil and ' '"") a-T t,45' from tlie kuiiH-y anil Biaxiler, Uniform Fisheries Legislation. At a conference in Rutland, Tues day, March 21, Governor Bell decided to take Immediate steps towards ob taining uniform legislation on all dis puted questions regarding fisheries along the International boundary line. Fish and Game Commissioner H. G. Thomas of Stowe and ex-Lieut.-Gov. N. W. Fisk came before the governor, and urged that the work be under taken. After the conference, Gov ernor Bell stated that he would con fer with the governors of Wisconsin, Washington, Minnesota and Michigan, the other states interested, and try to secure legislation on the matter by congress. He believes that the Ca nadian officials would meet this gov ernment half way. An Interesting phase of the situation, he said. Is the fact that one of the spawning grounds is so near the boundary line that It is hard to tell hy which country it is j owned. i Mrs. Cassie L. Chadwick denies that she ever asserted that Andrew Carnegie Is her father. She also de nies that she ls a party to any con splracy or knew of any. in a case nrougnt berore tne su preme court of South Carolina on a demurrer, a decision has been handed down declaring that it Is libellous to publish a white man as a negro. Slgnor GugllelmO Marconi, of wire less telegraph fame, was married In London March 16 to Beatrice O'Brien, half sister of the present Lord Inchl- quln. The couple, after spending their honeymoon In Ireland, expect to sail for New York, March 25 and later go to Rome where they will be the guests of King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helena at the Quirina, Secretary Hay was seized with Ill ness and nearly collapsed while board ing the steamship Cretic to sail for Europe at New York Saturday. March 18. His illness is not believed to be serious, as he was taken on board and sailed on the Cretic. No word of the secretary's condition can be hod un til the Azores are reached. Mr. Hay has been in poor health for some time. BOODNOw, PHOill Ik HUNT o. L P IK1 ATT, ADW8E mm ALE The past basketball season at Am- nerst college nas been the most unsuc cessful experience by that Institution, the team failing to win one of the nine games on Its regular schedule. interest In the game at Amherst has declined materially during the past two years, ana there is a strong feel ing tnat tne game is costing more tnan it is worth and ought to be done away with. Ralph Patch, formerly of this town, has been manager of the Amnerst basketball team the past season. Fire which destroyed the barn be longing to Gerald Campbell in Walts field Thursday, March 16, is said by Mrs. Campbell to have been set by ner rather, Joseph Urew, who touched match to the hay In the barn. All the farming Implements and much hay were burned. The house of Mr. Campbell waa burned about six months ago In a mysterious manner. Mr. Drew has been pronounced Insane I by physicians and will probably be 1 taken to Waterbury asylum. He ls 84 years old. of Correct Models' in Ladies Coats, Jackets, Tailored Suits, Silk Shirt Waist Suits, Separate Silk Waists, Novelties in Cotton Shirt Waist Suits and White Shirt Waists in all the leading materials. Besides, for those who wish to have their costumes made after some special pattern, we have culled from the stocks of the leading manufacturers and importers, the choicest styles of every fabric which is in favor this season, and now have on exhibition in our Dress Goods Department the largest and most attractive display of fashionable materials for SPRING AND SUMMER COSTUMES AND TOILETTES, which it has ever been our privilege to show. In addition to the many beautiful Silks and Wash Fabrics,which we opened early, we have now received most of the later purchases, and the whole col lection makes an assortment of styles and patterns, which, we believe, is without prec edent in southern Vermont. Death of Fred Fuller. Fred Fuller died at his home In Al- tni'e. Cal ciimSolvi-nliireventa - " . V the f.m,.iU..n of uric .! in t minmes H..er an.... ''"""'"- BltK'd Arid corrwt9 ttin.o coma- ;" .'m v : timxof i::ost..michh r!i pro. J;in. 14,. 176. and later was for a y Gout poifiu tuard (number of years employed in Keene. matiaai. Ci-cwa solvent ia Hp went to Alstead last Juno with his Qr DaVICI .GnnCCiV S i employ of F. J. Man-In. where he won Cerebro-splnal meningitis. which has been so prevalent in New York j during the winter, has claimed 3S6 , lives since January 1. Most of the i victims were children. Some physi cians trace the epidemic to the con dition of the streets. They say that the three steps are dirty streets, in- ! fluenza. and cerebro-splnal menin gitis. Prof. Addison E. Verrill. cura tor of the Yale zoological collection. in a public statement Thursday nt Xew Haven, advanced the theory that spotted fever, of which there are many cases in New Haven at present. is probably conveyed by the bites of fleas or similar Insects. This method, he thinks, would best explain the scattered and irregular distribution of the cases Tind the greater frequency of the disease ties. in unsanitary locali- TEAKETTLES. i f. .iVi wo will mk r-il price on ' V, i iii-, Tltr Bntice thkt these a f.-r '.n , f- .1 . . . "alari-P '-in nt TiBMr HIiMvllV. .nn.-r s-r .Tnitt Kt v All it r. '! low prior. If jnu lure nercr trAe4 i, Tr. 1t;iD now, t ou will be urprd OX N. Y. BARGAIN STORE "Wxnn, Vt GreenflcM. Mtm. New Medicine cure bilious colic nd crn-t:;-t;on. Is It Right? Is It right that a r.roperty-owner the r,'srect of all. The vomisr wife 1 should low J4.2" to let a dealer make lhas the svmpathr of the entire eom-,-"0 cents? A dealer makes SO cents Imunttv In' her sad bereavement. Fu- more on 14 gallons of ready-for-use : Tl exoelt ran stones, cires heslih to the liver rd I neral sen-ices were held Monday after- paint, at $1.50 per gallon, than our ' .. . . . i j I n it. irwinn. r4 irnlnl uv. nt .l..j m i i ' K f p-fi)lon of T. A- J,r. I'H.lu IKHMl, rV. ..II. .liriliain ,,.,- .... - , - six gallons or linseed ke fourteen gallons of ; In the world, at $1.!0 property-owner loses Mrs. Charge Andrews. Mrs. O. Tt. Guy. J. H. Horkenbury of Springfield. Mass.. F. M. Fuller of Hinsdale, Mrs. Charles Kilburn of Putney. Mrs. Royoe. Oorge Andrews of Philadel phia. Beautiful floral offerings were on and about the casket from friends and relatives. The body was taken to CWeopee. Maw, Tuesday for Interment. Another Feature for the Easter Season is Our TRIMMING DEPARTMENT Came Fashion has sent out her decree that most of the dainty creations in Cos tumes or Toilettes shall be dependent to a considerable extent for their beauty and at tractiveness, upon the kind and combination of the trimming that is used in their em bellishment, and in anticipation of the demand which is sure to be large for this class of goods, we have made extensive purchases from the leading Lace and Trimming Im porting Houses, and should be able to please all who wish to select their own combina tion of material and trimming. Our reputation for Low Prices and High Standard of Quality will be thor oughly maintained throughout the entire stock, and every lady may do her Spring shopping with the absolute knowledge that she will receive full value for every dollar's worth of her purchase. KennedTKudof it,"Citcnr So.rtut i tw -"aie jomctating nna a seicn rrrar renoereu jnim nun ,1 ....Phririn nd Snn-c a two favorite selections. The relatives oil, which mak MdlJfritthecreaiMtKhiprem.-rit.Jmylif,.' !preent were the father and mother the best paint ... t- v.v!r n of the deceased from Putney. Mr. and per pallon; the J. PRATT. Write to the CmJ-cuim CompMiT, Kranedy Ror.doot, X. V., for fr.e Mmpie bottle. Xarpe bottke $l.a. All dnierwtv Remember: Only on Hr.lmd Kennedy ever!:vd b Kondont, City of Kinelnu, N.Y., end be rore roe, rt htf mw and iUM mftiicune, C'al-cwra Sulrcni, For the Kidneys, Liver and Blood. Just $4.20. Is It right? It only requires 4 gallons of I & M. and 3 gallons linseed Oil to paint a moderate sized house. Ten Thousand Churches painted with Longman A Martinez L. & M. Paint Liberal quantity given to churches when bought from ROBBINS & COWLES. The special session of the senate at Washington was adjourned without day Saturday March 18. Several unimportant treaties were ratified, all nominations sent in were confirmed except five and the Santo Domingo treaty was continued as unfinished business. GENTLEMEN FROM VERMONT VHitlnr Bton will be wfiwiw at tb mom of the Vermont Aocition, at Tn Wetmio w. Copley Sonare, Boston. (rpe daily (mm nine a. m. uriil tea p. m. Subscribe for the Reformer. PROBATE NOTICES. The ehirpe for probate notices of tbe osnat enet h in toe Kfformfk for tbe three weeks required by law it 2 on. This includes tn nteetonenT Notice, Will Notice, and Settle ment Notices. We shall be clad to hire vna direct tne Rerfeter of lYobaie to send yonr ao tieeatv tail office