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VOL. LXXLLl. NEW SERIES VOL. XLV BURLINGTON, VT.. THURSDAY, O0TO1WR 27. 180. mm A HEARING Before tlte Railroad Commit tee Demanded by Grand Trunk Interests. IMPORTANT SCHOOL BILL. larterlologlcal Rill tlccouict n Lnw-It 11 1 Introduced Crcutlnc Ontco of Attor-nrjr-l!etieral A Hay r Cxinmlttee Work Hie ucll Sosnn at tba Cnpll.il a militant Out. (Frvm Our Staff Cornspondent.) successful practice- for live yonrs. Mr.) H. hy Mr Serlbncr of Corinth. h- ho bus no constitutional right to fit In Chapln of Kssex Introduced a lilll which gntlztng appraisals ami lists of Corinth tho House and of course ho will draw" W will be watched with Interest. He asks from 1S1 to ls3; committee on grand lists, per dny until unseated, thtt voters In an ltootorated village! H. lsy. by Mr. Serlbncr of Corinth. legal- D. J. Vail, Fnltid States tohsul nt sli-uld not bo allowed to vote for a town lng quadrennial appraisal of real entitle Chnrlottrtoirn. l'rlnoo Ldw.ird Islnml, is nvid commissioner. of Corinth for IK'S; committee on grand In the city for a few ilays. Ho Is on a An amusing Incident wns the adjourn- list. M days' leave of absence from his post of ment of the session of the! Mr. McGcary of Hurllngton presented duty. Mr. Vail was the member from House. A member moved that tho the petition of Torrey K. Wales and others Orwell In the 11oum of 'fl. House adjourn and many began pra In? for municipal suffrage for women; The committee having In charge the to put away their Koks and aix-r. A judiciary committee. erection of a monument for the llltii Vor- fair representation of ayes was heard but The same disposition was mndo of a mont regiment at Octtysburg nut hire to n whole volley of noes was returned. No-'like petition Introduced by Mr. Roynton complete arrangements yesterday. Tho l-nd.v knew why It was done and every-, of Woleott. rommlttee wis represented by Col. H. (. tdy sat In slltneo until another motion, Mr. Johnson of t.ynrton presented a pc- Clark of Orange, N. J., John Fnrwcll of pillowed In less thin a minute, whm Mr. , tltlon praying for the appointment of wo- Mtnlpeller. Col. 11. W Allen and J. I'. Harris of Pennington explained that a men on the board of management of pen- Scully of Rutilngton and J. H. I.yon if lurite amount of committee work was, nl Institutions; Judiciary committee. Colchester. A delegation from tho com waltlnp to be dona and prompt adjourn ment was taken. HOUSE-MORNINCI. Devotional exercises conducted by the chaplain. miAs introdccld. AI01TKt IN CONOFRRKNC1-5 . nmicc win visit tictiysuiirg soon. Joint resolutions-ran. in ,he use of Rep- TRUSTKHS OK SOLDI MRS' HOM I! MEET resentatlves' Hall on Monday evening,' (From our Staff Correspondent.) Oct. SI. t John Tltcomh for an nd- Montpeller. Oct. IM.-A meeting of tho dress on t.sh culture. ... trustees of tho Soldiers Home wits Held at joint resolution instructing mo joint t.u, s,.0 House this afternoon It was I MnMintlllr.. .... 1...1,,..!.,, I.. ..t.l, ! . . ... . ... .. It. I.-J t.v Mr. Tumier of Rclhel (bv re- i ."" " " . V . ' ' ' '" f "" ' .. Voted to make sol.llers or urn .Mexican qutsti lo pay tviinnui it. tviuticr mo sum ...... i,,. ; WlllbJin II . Kidder tlic 8um',ha,1 -',,tu,lo report 'r" r ""i-jand late SpniiMi-Amorlcan war eligible .,,...i mlnmni. .m ..inimi. )r numission to :no uome. ino rest u 11. ISi bv Mr. Wallace of Hartford. THIRD HFADINC? ORDKRKD amending s me I the business wns of a routine nature. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS. NOTES AND GOSSIPOF DOINGS INTHE FREE PRESS'S BROAD FIELD. The Wlnookl Valley, Village Up North, Along Utter Creek and by the Shores or Whltu ltlrcr Covered by Spt-clul Reporter. Mr. been ADDISON COUNTY. MIDDLKUORY. and Mrs. ". !!. Hope, who have lit Saratoga during tho summer. ..ctlt.tt S7S1. V.S.tSllsbl amend-! H. S7. relatlnc to Joint trials In crlmlnnl V'"V.''-., 1 i.. VLV . A ' .)? returned nonn. ut to itinerant vtndor law); judiciary. . caM. v"" 1 "' v " "T'' " "L" ..... urewster n.is returnni irom a H. 1W. l y Mr. ltrown of VII!lton,' KII.I m iSlearas of Bradford, i ol. Oeorp? T. Uilldu , tw WPe;ts, Ftay at IMttsI urs. where m'lto.lSI, . S.. relatliiK to. ., , ,., of ,hrnld,erv. 1 V".- ; ' "l 'V ""ended ,he KniKhts Templar conve.i- stee prtK-es... tReiluces tr.isleo amount,,,, ... ,, ' ,H .,f ,,,, ,,.,..,.... .V"?" 1 ' ' " . " 110 ' n ten to live dollars), general lonimlt- "AV. , n n r Harris of itennl'mrton 1 r-1 '"V V- "m" " ' -Mrs. V. Farr. who lias t.cen tnc wuest. I ..-' "i"n ; Harris oi tioiningion f lcrPtnry onpt. Frank Kenlleld of Mor-0f i,er ,11,ii,.s mid niece. F. A. Uond. i.. Is verv low with little or no hoes of le- Haven In the presence of numerous covery. Her mother Is also In very poor, friends and family relatives of tho parties health. W. A. txwrenco will make a, business trip West next week. I'ostmas ter i tasking has sccuretl temporary quar tcrs In Oaudett's jiamess shop. LINCOLN. residing In the vicinity and surrounding towns. The best man was V. M. lltirdick a prominent young merchant In New Ha ven, and I ho bridesmaid, Miss Kntu 1!. Wrlsht of nurlln.Tton. a cousin of tho bride. The ushers were Will II. Jackmnn ACCEPTED. rlsvllle. M.U. N. I Rowm.in of St. Johns- I bin y. Col. M. Minsur of Newixirt. J. aim tiding trn trout tee. II t, Mr WIMIii. - of Rnrlni-li.-lil . I- .11.... V e .,..,.1.1.1 SKXAT K-5 OKX NG. Mi nt: eller. Oct. 5.-Tlie U-ilslnture has . n.,,,.,,. ,r!,si i.fM losile.s' tw.vnioni rnrrUr bv iho rbunlnlo '' Kstey of llrattleluro, Oiro Me.ichnm of tire nrl t o ts shalltv turned over to the and Journal of Tuesday read nnd up- : '''"'". v , i ivj ui tuiiinioo. i.--State; h!nt committee on State .nd court proved. !J";U" ' "e of MoutpHIrr and t.en. J. G. expcti- s. ; Thlnl rending orJenM-H. 5. legalising , -ucuuiioiufn oi i.c-uungion 11. I S l y Mr. ulttuy of Sprlnclield. the quadrennial appraisal and grand list redlining fees of Justices of tliff peace. 1 (if Sharon for ?!-?; S. 13, Sona'or Orlf- tAllow then a ents an hour for time mh's 111 for presirvntlon of llsh; 11. 1", c vn If tip to work to-day atut ai t ,o-,li thcr-- were many society events It d t ii"t deirr lawmakers from nceom ji 'sh.us g"Cd results. Tfii rnlltoid situa t ii si n ill lit- caunge althougn :ll In tir, -is .ire closely wulnns every devel- f nn. t A public hearing before tne ran i- m.t A puoiie n.aruij. worv u.e ran- ,,etu a,,iltlon to rresttit fee): Judlclnty to pav It. S. Mott: II to 1Wy S. I). j .1 rrnmtee has lu- -a demut ,dl the wni.ntro : M enchant; S. 31. substitute for P. ?l. le- . r I Irunk interest and t he i mm u n ,.;( fey Mr Uv,Mmyay of 0rn.iv,0i ,,,,. , , ,mu.,k. ,(f .lontlstry. his o.lcd upon i.r. I.anlett to pru t t un , aiding for closlnc of icrtain streams Fassetl !n coneurrence-toint resolution it , vi tm I ,,...1,..... ...... M,i,,,.Ni to ..nltlvntion of tish: Joint com-, rlvlntr .t. II. tlnnlrle. m. mber from Mid. n ,r, ment s it cad bee seen. I no wr.oie ,,,, , ,..,., ,., . ... . .i..,. ,'i. wii! te fu.ly tnv,tlgatet petore lcgisl.ittv action Is taken mKtee on game and Osherle.-. I dt-.-ex. unseated, mileage and debentures; 11 !. by Mr. lhllllp of Putney, legal-' 11. t. iKicterloIoglcal station bill (see "spe- k.., lcgislattv lulb'ii ts taken. .(,1,,rrtllU ot t.,uncy for 155. ,,. cill order.") T - most lnterestti-;; feature or tlie lmUw. .ruu, . n. i.li.gs.sMon was the making of Hom-o K Mr. C.anney of Newport (by mU' IN l I . i a wiai onur in oe .-vuaie. n-. ..,, ril..i,n,. ,r i,.,..r ,,,..,ri.,t..ii. uy Sepntor Clayton or Washington. 8. Jlont!eiier. u ln.m-diate taiwsv in eon. urrence and the . t .,,, ...),,WAi ,ni, ,-,. .,,. t. commuting the sentence of Isabella ! union of the Vermont Olllcers' society was . .,,. t.,j, ilrnr,i .ii.t nt ihr hnmenf do- of the USl by the governor. Tho ' " I Marsh mow under sentence ot death for i held In the committee moms In the Stat--. fo'n jr., n,.rnanl. Tuedav morning 'of s,r!'- -:rlc Cram. The next meeting lul has inco me a law and the State Is .. , vnr. of wilmlnirioii ' munler): genenil committee. lloue this afternoon at S o'clock, over .,. n',hl,r, niness of tvnhold o'neiimonla. , w " ''e hel.l with Mis. Millard Ktey, Nov us.-..nd of a bnctrtlologlcal latnmitory a,mni,B ,nv 0hnrlrr 0f l)ermld Klver! ll.v snm,.. ?. rs commuting the sen- I' otllcers Ivlng present. Oen F. C. Hut-.,,,, W1 - v,.ars ,i. Kisht children sur- ,5 Ullam tlrant was severely injured who i r. j. ii. imiMij " nmiiiikimi .Upi.ii,v- itinnnliHw on iori'r.tl.ms. tinre ox :iuam V. uuzze.i mow unoer , lernein oi uerny presimo. iae -uuiu.n ...... i.im- fol,r s()ii! and four ilalluhter.'. I " il MK' " ""' l,;l" INTRODl'CKD. lly Senator Slayton of Washington. S. YERMONT OFFICERS, Annual Iteuiiton nt Mnnt poller Ottlerrs llleeted Next Meeting nt Newport Sperili b) (ieu. .McCiilloogh. (From Our Staff Correspondent.) Montpeller. Oct. M. The SSth annual re- injii Na'h K. Uond and Miss Julia A. Uond return ed to her homo In Columbus, O., Monday. Mis. (iarclu Rich Is siriously sick at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. C. H. ll.iln. K. R. Cliff has none to l'hllndelphl.i, where he will resume his medical studies. Mrs. CJ. S. Walawrlght and her daugh ter Agnct, hnvi" returned homo from AI b'iny, N. V., whe.-e they hava been for the past threo weeks. Mrs. Smith Shcdwick and children liavo ivtttmeil lo their home In Chicago, 111., lifter their month' slay here with rela tive. Or. nnd Mrs. Smith have gone to Rutland, where he expects to locate. , Mr. and Mrs. I hllo Jewett of San Fran cisco, Owl., arc visiting his sister, Mrs. Boston Bondholders Agree to the Amended Central Ver mont Reorganization Plan. A SPECTRE OF OPPOSITION, William "Dearborn, one of Lincoln's old nnd n brother nt tho bride and l.louteunnt nnd highly respected citizens died very H. 11. l'roufy of llurllugton, a member of suddenly Saturday, nged SI years. Mr. ' Company M., 1st Vt Reg ment. The ap Deaiborn sustained a, stroke of para:ysn proaeh of the bridal party was heralded u few years ago from which he never re- by timely and appropriate music furnish covered. Ho went Into the woodshed titled by Miss Kate Sanborn of New Haven, 3 o'clock where ho wns found a few lnln- wiien tho formal ceremony (omtnenced. utes later lying dead. It is supposed lie j At Its conclusion henrty congratulations hud nnother shock. Mr. Dearborn had . were tendered Mr. and Mrs. Dana, nnd lled In this town or the last At yrats ana subsequently, amide and elegant refresh was a man possessing inar.y excellent ments were served tho company. Nuni finalities of character. Ho leaves n widow crou.t and valuable prcents wero made to three tons, and ono daughter, Mrs. tlio. Mr. and Mrs. Dana, and after leturulng noon, Rev. V, A. Klilzle of llrlstol olllcui-' from an extended bridal trip, their resi ling. Among those from out of town who denee will be at the Dana homestead In attended the funeral were Mrs. John New Haven. Dearborn. Mr. and Mrs. Farker Joins and Mr. and Mrs. Wright of Hunt- RRIDFORT. lngton. There wns a unlet home wedding , at the residence of 15. R. Slp'.e .-emdny. r'! "f "'" 1114 oldest son. William W.. nnd Mis.. Cur.!''" , j) "w- 11 l-y of his r'.. Voiin..- of fnwlet l.elnir the coutructlllg "t'oilt two and a half years ago dlul parties. Miss Kvn Young, sister of the 7" ''"' nIlit.-A two-m nute conversa bible acted as bridesmaid nnd Uert Slide. "'n ,"r r . i . M "1 rll '' brother of the groom, ns best man. Tho ' J 'r s T'day evening. M. 2I.-Mr. ceremonv was very Impressively perforin- " repairing his bulldlng-.-Miss I. A It lee. i.w of llrlstol. (Ill" ' tm. ....ui iiui. ticeouut the pies deuce of Henry Cto rbaluirit lint ... v. ".. .. ..... ' . faim from Tleondi.ro?o Mrs Dr. Sinlil. .vl "."" '". t nitea in marr age t. iiss , i i .. , - --- - - - - . co , mauu ranro., . of Vermont -. p r onugnter oi .ir. anu .Mrs. i iuk-ii-s i-ni- ., " ' , ceni. nonos was as cairn ami uiu ullle I . Tho Plnnn of thn Neir Rutland Slnunge, unit nnd l'eae Hint Vermont LigUln turn May Defeat Rpoi giinlx itlon Cnnso UiieHslnc.s-Wby 4 Per Cent lomla Were Incrrn?nl. :ount of the Illness of Mrs. Slple. only 'rKh.-. rs Rralnard Is .tuUe poorly and . Immed.ute friends of the parties were '!"""' var.ng for her.-Ml'-.. Syms ,,,, setjt.-nn Sunday. Oct. 3d nt the resl- wl" f ,l mi Frdtty last was yt j', lenry Sweet. (Jeorge I'hllllps of Vi i! . f, "Kl ""'. brother of Mr? Sweet, was , Mr. IMrls I'ueble Is moving back Into h SnXi lo Mta MMy lKllw f:i"", rren. Tleonderoga -.li-s Dr Sml Oct. C!. Compared with last tonny giith-rlngs to-day's si ct 1 meeting of holders if American Loan ,ii l I rust company certificates of deposit tor lips of the Kimo town. Rev. J. 1. Hill of; ::X'"h,. -,wi1u. n ,m' river on a June day. Theio llrlstol performing the ceremony. Only '"' ' r-' ' V., XN,,S 1,01 "nu "ol" '''rd. no ,m .r- the near relatives of the young couple J ' as.-mg questions .vere asked ofthe r .- were presu.t.-The Ladles' Society will ' ''IVr, 1 lev l.,wo i el- BR"-i"tm wintmiu.-v and the enly thou- Isold a hulled torn" social and old fash- 1 if:, , ."'. V wiieov dl lhiU "l'rvod ," 1VI' "( tain of last Wednesday, the Aid m. etlng :,' ,-n',iU iiv,,'r.i '. f.Vr l'm'M hoe Inteiests are tint tared was postponed to Nov. :M at the Mime "' J "J J'1 ",,'1 .I tw the modlMed pi in. and the fear tint place, Mrs. Mnxle Dav'.s-.-Mr. tleorge r rM " " hl ..i' . ,'r0V?,'it ""Rs m not p.o.eed as nmmthlj ,.t Aoiing and daughter, Kvn of Fawlet were J fJ ..Vl;- Montpeli. r as they lid In lio-ton to-d.o. In town to attend the Slple-Young w.d- ' J 1 ', .VLV ''"m.".' c ,r 'rhu !i',"',r1, "f "I'l'K""" l the --l-'le of dlng.-The Industrial held a large meeting n, fU V cS U,C M,,,IM,rtl I''""" 'f '"' Hu'-md at Mrs. John llarloWs Oct. th ami oc ' "'"'f, " ' rn I " "r ' 'ViLnt,. nia iuiug'ment has glv.n some of tlum u cupled the time In working for the famllv ., , ....... bad uu.irter of an hmr. and the I ronton to olllclate at the fune.al of Mr. t.i tin oine .f ('has. Stagg.-A sone wns born recently to 'V liom e .or .Mr. and Mrs Darwin (irosvemor.-Mr. .. nr.d Mrs. Ferry Mnrtln are rejoicing ov.r ) l V r V '.w V ' the birth of boy. r..lng tho Vermont "kit I.- immittce iitciitiv nl i- golng to turn around ai d light them on nnalhi-r line has IntensliUd the dl"ugreeable leellng. Net erthiic -a the noigatilzi'is havo put on a bold out ward front and aft' r to-day's lo-.e feust stated that they entertained no Mrloi ts ma .. gcr and the bill went through H "by Mr l of otilKr .,men,i. J st ntence as al-ove state.1); general com- contrllmtlon wns taken and amounted to , Tlu, fun,.rj ),eld Thursday mom-' '' " him wiille In a ditch laying wate.1 ,i ............. " .... ,n. s.,!,,,, ti. v. s.. relating to super-1 "". nu- rnm ini u. .... " lug at Ft. Marys itnman oatnoi.e cnurcn i-'i" - -. - - ' i ST RKRORO t .ion en the lioor of either house. 1 hi j.n,i, m vVi,ooN of two or more tty Senator Smith. S. K amending char-1 lug wns that of arranging for the even. , wUll mcrmi.Ilt xv Catholic cemetery ' f metttreil and Internal Injuries are fear. .1. .w.r... . 1 i 1. 1 1 e and canaol be attributed to ,.ny ,.., ,i, .,.., ... . ,.., ter of Itiirllnrton and lllnesburch Ruil. tng bnnnttet and the address in Henrten-1 ... ! Frank Draper and bride of Rlchford O. D. Ral.lwin and wife. Rev. O. W ir. j i- or cnoa h i ' ;siis ot suiKTlutendctits); committeeon roa.i company; committee on ratiro.tus. .atives nan. it wa voteo to noiu ine There have been I.W liarrels of apples " oeen spenoing i lew uays ot taeir i;usseu nun wue, vnaries .Norton anu n-.us oi a iiharranr meni oi tneir pi ns t i, . . "h of a public demtnd. Men- , jut.utml-' " ' I Spe. lal order II. 1, the bacteriological' meeting In Newport, the date for ho...ng shlppid from here this season so far, tho lioneymoon with the family of hi bro. wife, Sidney tluMinel! and wife, Mrs. Lucv ' The mcrthu was held in Chlpmaii H.m, tP.o.1 tr m the llrst with tho measure has ,( M y jJr (-arieton of Vershlre. to ' station bill, was taken up at 1:S as n the meeting to be left with the executive 5,rl(.( ranging from J.'.M to .1 per barrel, i ther. While on the.r way to this place, , .saylcs and C. L. Atwood tool: u trip to Tr. mont Temple, ..bout .v bond-h jlilers b en Dr Unley who by his unselllsh de icg,iiis,.'the .iundronnlal apprntsnl of real special order, and on mot. on of Senator comntlttre. A nominal. ug tjiminUlei' i pjax. oitkerson.'who has been a pn-' Draper was so unfortunate ns to Massachusetts on the recent excursion. attending, and the amended plaa wai tl'.n to th- proj.vt and gratutltous s?r- ,.t,,. . Ini, cra,ui p,,its ,f ih0 town ot Smith the rults were susende,I, tho bill , brought In this list of otllcers nnd It was i nCPnl';, fr tiK. past a, years, and night to" her purse containing nearly fifty ; Ray Stokes and Rll Stokes ar both slc asii.-sl to by a oto of ,:,5C.T0V loads. I i nomas lllhs, vice In 1.1s liuprovlse-l laboratory at Uur- rsalr for the venrs K ISt'l nnd 1SS; I'ut upon Its third reading nnd passed in adopted: 1 llegt ui demonstrated to the people of Ver- (,,lnUft, ou -r,,n, jjj, t concurrence. pirt; 1st v t;. at th- aUe and need -of such an in- jj 1nk bv xlr- jor!!t. 0f Northtleld. to House bills rvf erred H. 73. amending ham. Rutl mi tlou. of courM there are members o. c-mmute the death sentence of IsnUMIa ' chnrter of the village of RradTord; com- ! K nt'.eld. t I.gU'.at.irv! vho bk upon the appro- A y.,,,,.1, , imprifi,ment for life; Judlcl- mlttee on corporations resilient. .m. .unnsur. .-ew- watchman for the past IS years has been l "oiairs. .s ir.e money ior tne moi partiwun typiioni lever. A son was norn to eeriiueaio nouiers voting. Icr-presldent. Capt. s. K. Hum- imonIr,i ,i, iuit- iherlff xv,,s Kiven her as luldal gifts It wa high- J!r. nnd Mrs. lllmm Hanson, Oct. is. 1 who piestd.-d uer -he prevloub mcetiiiK. land; al vice-president. Frank , tii...r u vi. w ly prised. They left for Roston Tuesday. They do say that the Allen Shoe Co. tnkes iigniu acted as chairman. j nation cf W-i as an enormous one It sry: co,"mU,c SUncl by the governor S. 1. relating to mxestments by trustees of public mon eys; S. i relating to replevin. Adjourned. S UN AT K A IT KRN OON. Rills introduced From committee on rduc.ttlon. S. IT. as substitute for S. to ncrense the efficiency of Norwich Fnlver slty; orlertl to lie ami Ih printed. tThe wl, r reuumberwl that the insertion oi . . Morss. of vortbticld to tnsi tigurts wis Jcfi io the commute ,vmmute the denth sentence of William O. on pubtlv health. At the head of this com- u,ltSt), , ira,ni,ment for life: Judlcl mltte,. In the House Is Dr. Sil.es. the nrv unmltl.e. These bills were accom ir m'er from St. Johnsbury and mi it'r- .nit bV numerouly slsnwl petitions, rett was his Judgment In .stimatlng the , lt- ,1V XIr nu,. f Rarton. lo tu rned of the institution, so untiring his lvr,,oralo the Vermont rtsiple" Telephone he been In acquainting the members with 0m,Mliy. ivmrollteo on corpora lions. the justtc-. or his claim mat as stat.-.t n K. , lve.aiie the tiuadtcnnlal n- jai; irovltlct tor appointment of boird of nt jVe not a voice was ralcd in protest. ,,r.(1a, cf r.M, ,,stnlo of ,a,. umn ,lf A',. J iV ,or -Mn'ointment or board of Th" ti.l has had other friends but It 1 lun.u rcr l0 Vrtir 1!;S by y,. MnrvI ,)f p committee on grand INt S 4 ns Impossible to m-ntlou them all. tn the Allmrh limmiee n grand list. ?abtl u T f r " K "ah S.nole Mr. Smith of Iturlltigton ha . -,. bv Mr. Campbell of Albany, to nml a,V w .tch. J Us welfnro closely and with tha 0n i,,,o ,or;ns , olo0H ,nrtr ,,, ,,uor J ,nvl al. otYo hf"nr n ld t f hi friends stu-v.cedt.1 In getting the tu.lt!.-. tTowns mav so vote at annual J,, ' ' or,Kre,, t0 hl a"1 ,r,lU- ineis ire thrt.ugh , that ; ln-dy without .lis- town mo,gl.-.); jt.mt cemmltlce on tern- j,y senator Rnmes of Addison. S. 4?. , ........ ' . !;.... IHratue. amending th? statute rel itlng io atmolnt ol. V. L. fcinith. Montpelar; c.-thc i5Cmftor company, has reslgue commlttee. Col. .. M. Mansur. I . 1t,sl,l0 ,, BOno to Lawrence, erflrld of Derby, R. S. IMrker ot . wntfrt, lu. ,lls a ,MI!.tlon. Morrlsvllle: sivrelary and treas urer, Co: ttutlve C Rutt Newport. tn a drizzling rain to-night at T;S0 the Montpeller Military band struck up tlm and, the procession forming In beh ml. marched to the Stale House, where Repre sentatives hall was soon tilled with mem bers of the society and a large audience. The band gave tin Impromptu concert bo fore the arrival of all tne guests The meeting we called to order by Hen. P. O. lluttertleld and prayer was offered by the chaplain of the Senate. Rev. Andrew (lilies, and after another musical selee turn. Col. Rutterlleld Introduced the ora J. R. Judge, who has been employed by .1 his Mass. po James Rums Is seriously 111. .Mrs. Mtirklnnd has gone to Dunham, N II., for a short stay NORTH FHRRISIIFRGH. A .laughter tea born recently to Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Fuller. lt Fayette .lay wns observed with appropriate exercises lu a number of schools lu town. The fun eral of Mrs. Samuel King was largely at. Miss Jc. ca Stewart has returnee" from tended from the Catholic church Friday vMti,..mi.i.,., i...r Mi... loii i.e.'o morning. M. F. Allen r turned from ltos- for the tnt two weeks ton Saturday morning. The little .laugh tr n.a.no,. i.' ii..v..,w nf t.Mii.ir.!. ter of Smiuel King fell Phla.' IM.. who has spent the summer with Saturday and narrowly escaped diown-j Mrs. McUregor Means, started for Uos. , ,, , , . ton Wednesday ' " have discovered that good goods and The fiinernl of Amos Joseph Rernard ,ow irt'c can In.' found at the Allen hoo wa held at St. Mary's Catholic church ul ." the lend lu low prices In Uurllngton. Uvcry ' After tile election of Mr. Mills ns c'a.ilr onesaysso. j man. Chariot 11. lloweii wa chneu t-. rc. tnry, ami Couns-el Moorelleld Ston y took SOl'TH STARKSRORO. A series of meetings commenced hero Tu'sdny night conducted by James C. dams. a very Inspiring preacher who the p.atform and briefly explilu. I th reasons for the calling of the special meet lug. Tho modiled plan of reorganization he said. Is not materially different from ... pi... ......... will remain here a few weeks. A meeting .V . " . " ,L ' ' ' ,1 V,"1 will I.,- h.ld at the Hast schoolhous- Sat- "?.'" , L ,. '.. . ';, :.' . "lu into . u cUtern !lr,!a:nV,:i,m!i' :,,?1"l,:s .uul, ii in .ii.ii ii. in. oiiuii.i, .vi lli, w scheme the amount of ilrst mortgago 4 per cent bonds will be Jlil,,i in.-tt.ul yesterday morning. Rev. Father (le'ot of- tlclatlug. The Interment was In the Cath- nve men n-:i in- eoimoeace m tne put. , . 1T, ty Mr, Harris of Rennlngton. au- m. to cholarilte.- eommitteo on .do- lie tn its incr.-nsed facilities for the de- Uiorlzlng Vermont SoMlers' Hon.elocn- ,Mtu!n ( 1K lection of the m.vU dangenuis diseases voy c:rtaln 0;0 for nl)nW!i0 )t ' l'AvV,n U to n iuh.I.ii tme " t, dM t to known Is the moM pleasing return for ,.,,.,inB. ,i,ie: commute., on mllltarv af- ; V.'w" ..'.?.. ". ", MTu"1.' tor of the evening. Hen. J. U. McCiillouga cemetery, of Rennlngton, who sjioke on the "Span-. '.,,,......, Ish Wnr." It was the most masterly ad- M.I.Ch.N.M.b, jL?tt! by m, wniiam, or tomneid. ZVZX a t 4 ........ ........ ... cnaung o.nee ot attorney srmr.ii. t.-ii- c.mstrue.1 as being made for IWO ter. st This Is a much better guarded fs fron. r,.Vloii blir In t.rovldlng that . , " " ' 1 years dress heard here this session Till: RANtjCKT. j After the cloe of Hie. exercises nt the i State House the roelely, headed by the U'tnil. returned to the Pavilion to enjoy the Kith annual bamiuel of the society. At the hotel the party, headed by Hon fiarles L. Height, private clerk and sKr.ogl aph r for I. W. Clement of Rut land, and Miss Lena R. R. Pierce, daugh ter of Assistant Postmaster C. T. S. Pierce of this city, were married Thurs day at Round Like, N. Y., by Rev. Janus (!. Perkins, an uncle of the gmoin. The WHITING. Mr. Mark Cloycs of Atchison Kan., visited friends last week. Mrs. S, K. Cad" of South Dakota 1 spending a few day True IIUI. They will go .o liou-ek -oping ;.'', ";; " V " 1 . , . ""',UM on hls'farm dlrectlv-lr and Vr Danl-l 11,01 - w111 no mortgages. T.. but are better.-.V.rs. Luclnda irace who " v n t . l. U , , 'TV, ,ry 1 iw h...,n ... t.m-f..r ih .v..M.- I.,, 111. !!'' more than at ilrst Intenlt.t for tho tie better. HANCOCK. The Ladles Olive Rraneh society will with Mrs. Thomas Keu-hum.-Mr and Mt wU.1.' . ,rs U.H' I,!luH.los Nov. Id. Mrs. C. n. Ivarkcr and family left for their new honu lu Penu-ylvnnlu th! week. RtPTON. lMwnrd l-T Frnncls Is very low.lle hn been s.ck tor a yenr or more w'th eon- rtiere will ho s. rvlees In the church nil day next Sunday, Mrs. Cteorge Wilson went to Montpeller with her husband Monday. Mrs. Gtorse Marsh Is sick. SI OR F. 1AM. measure than the one formerly lntroduee.1 he shall In-el.vte.1 at blei.nlnl Stnte eleo- pettt:ons-ltv Semtor Hltt from Rr .tile- ,.1 uw . ,. ,m'oJ,r,' ,n,'aVr1 uy,. "n- hitw counte are now taking a Ttrln to 1- Lee" s.ck tor a year or more w'th eon-' The surprise soclnl at Dr. Townsend's on this subject. Tnls bill provides that tUms alu, not r,,,. nlm , ,M!ls j,,.'"",! t "kIii V, rim nt nklnc n,,!,er1,lfl,, 0,ov; Sl,,lth- t5on' "UKh b. ,y iiratr.ga N "ikiim Fal ami other "'ni,'"--M" t'tensant Cheese fne. the Jlst was a success and the "surprise" t .e consent of the proprietor of a stream j,,.,,.-. no,j Miary ccrtltleatel; ,a , WW.xx o, of o n tie . r taxatl n "'ld ,f, X ,hc. '-Bv'" their u, x'w an 1 Mr It ght ' 15th.-Tho runeral of Mr-, was UM-fut ami Mnamcnt.,1. The piano solo I rr .Hatpartof n stream to bo closed must jmt.ary commute... nw In t XN v,!'' mi,',, ",' ''o '"""V. room, Vi kc tltcl-drton was held nt the Method- and ong by four UtiK clrls weie much I s ured and It Is to tv close.1 only , IS liy Mr. Hun, ot Troy, M,,. J - "' nsj, "ri, '11 to - ,oro ,for 1,0,lr ,llc m,M,u :,,ul B!"" et I'd church Oct. Uith.-Mrs. Rent who has cnJoyul.-.Mrs. M. L. Raid win has return-1 win. re the fish commissioners believe that to Hiblllty of husband and klndrtd. avlngv bank in other Sl ue k for ! cl'1,",Hl ,,,,,cl,, . 1 vrf,.,,, itichtrd of Panton died Thin s. been icrlously 111 is improvtiig.-Rev. f!eo ed from Ausable Forks where she has tr ut will be le than six Inches In lnh. ,M.4ko wlfo charg.Mble by town with ."if 1 p"r ,vn, rate, nml V-xcinmlon i 'V J' :,: 1 ,1,t it;rneM n.PP?l for " .,,U;1,;7 "1 Tie Is sJli ed lt'' ' "Vfr the mountain last spent the last two weeks.-K. R. Douglas , - streim s.i.n iwmi u.vu ....u v,,,,r, or h-:s.indi; judiciary commltttv. mnn,.v lonnetl on bond and mortca-,. In V'"" ,'1 " ..nis imn- . - - . ...hnm ., hlll 1,,,,.,. ,.,.lrrii Friday. Mrs. Rtnnett took .hnrge of the has r.Mumed trom M.mtpeller. Mrs. lay er .brectly .nnects with prstci w.uen. in ,,y Mp. vla or ,,,,;,, rc!n,. ate t not o?er ll v "p"r cent "'i'1"'-"1 ' Hugh ll. nry. who servtHl ns 1 . w1 1 ,. " rr . lc, .;,,;, during his absence.-.t. J. lor of Arable ro,ks is visiting Mrs. M. or pnat pr.serves, and lae tUh tm- , ,., .,.rrtlon .,f rallm.1.1 termioals ...... .. ,J... , I tcastmaster. Mr. Henry resented some- 0 r ,".Jt',.r: ..nr" M,n's",tr .." ' itn.iL...s u ....1.. 111 ..:.mv f.-om !.,.mi. 1.. P.il.lwlii.-ih.. or.liuntion servlro of ml sloners can stock the same with trout. t line .11 or other varb tics of tlsh. Any t wn by giving due nctlee In the warning for t mn meeting may vote upon the cl. ti g ut niiy stream or part or streams and . ide th' Hind r tWh to ! plactxl in the p.i,,. H :.V an act to afford sml making connections with rallm ids in s.i. ii, ,. i.,i,...s.. yir-!U ln( exprelon that in this State. (Permits alien roads having i.' ' New Hampshire, made by oe.ii.vtlons with nte nvids. to ae.iuln T1.1J....1 1 ...11 ,0 .i. ...! ttrtleld. and tel.. the ladies and hold necessary real of such conncctlonl; Mlsslsquc! alley, Montreal ami riiMin Junction and lturllnglou .t Lamoille al. ley. Mr. Storey did not state Just how much nddltlonal was paid for these lines but the amount Is understood to be a sul st.ui tlal mlvaiKv over the original offer o. t 10 committee, ami wiw the concession that plncaled the so-called Smith Interest and caused them to withdraw their opposition. Mr. Storey said that the only dllllcultv that Is now likely to be encountered hy the leorgan'zatlon committee is a poslbl hostile movement by the holders of un secured claims through the Vermont Lt-,-Islature. He concluded by stating tint if the new corporation Is foruml tlu bond holders will be ake.l to surrender their holding now held In trust by their it p. r.entiillves and thus conclude the reor-ganlzat'.on. Chairman Hills then stated that th stn. trs which shall te done ly the tlh i' mniiSsloner if i.otltnxl uy the -elect-m n Tne commlssinnets n:ut post the t.re.ims and if a rerson :lh la such anen roans naving imitirt , "- i".nu ; committee on rail- ? - .rd relief ,0 the town Slvuion'' J "VhT town 'oi , f. 1 w iM.nor.i. was on motion 01 .ir. uarrt uorm; xn special commttue. ot i.t'iuunstoi.. taiteii ii.'tu ii..- i.it.ii-, .inn, Adjourned. lau.ie n s,i,-t,ti nnivr tor tmirrsi-.j .invi' ttretms he is liable to a flno or ". ir ,... .,, s .,viv-!t j-se ut ton is wsua wnnin six monttts. ,tetu, llr, m p.,!-!!. ;i, ap. Tlu wnti rs o cloM.l ar' to bo under the ,,r.ipr,u,n(r u certain sum for V. t litre of the State and deeded by the ,f l(( j.ns Home. II, THK SOCIAL SKASON Vermont .cl'iy is out In full rorc e suppcrt Fair faces outshine just laws and every- 11 i Mis. C. M. Fisher of Springfield Mis ' 111 P"Ug."OKe visueu tne t.incoiii an. 1.. v. 1 ,u tiniK.' w 111 ie item vi.t. ,.im , im -i-nuu uvturi tne ineetiiig would no Nellie Richard or Panion Charles Rich-1 l-0"ge or tioo.1 templars last atiiMay 111 tne - ongregatiomt cnurcn. tin coun-, sunjee-i io no nmennment ana c.i.hd for inrds ot New York ' WllU'iin and' Frank evening nnd were very pleasantly inter- ell mil be ni three p. in., and tne sermon 11 motion. I.. H. 11, Johnson moved th fcl- Richards "of Ponton ' ' tallied. by Prof. Churchill of And.ncr, Mns. nt 1 lowing vote; '. Mr .'trandev widow- of the late Lv- tiiniu-n am '7 p. m.-Mlss Nellie Tottlnaham Is spend-' "Voted that the ameiulment pruposeil to ....... i....".. . I ... .... HIORLIIAM. WMK wlt!j fr,.nils , Montpeller. the plan for the settlement of tlu ,.,.ms - ... "." '.' Mrs C 11 Ken.Ull .lo.l son lKtomeil Miss 1 U. Klrrliard lins returned from beioiielnvr to the hol.brs .if llin ilrst inoi-i II. inn ..I,,., i... ,....,i.i nt.. . ..... i... ....i.i ot uer nepn he could sav onle iroo.l n.i..L- :.,,.l nn.-.. burph nf Hrlght f dlsi iise. In flowing terms of the wisdom, prudence and patriotism of President McK nley. CongtoMuan tlrout said he believed the Piesldent had done the best he colli 1 The fuiirr.il was held Saturday. Rev. T. S. Francis of Avon. Conn, a forn.er Panion pastor, officiated. Tho Interment was In r.tnton. from Walthnm Tuedav. Mrs Lues returned from Buffalo. N. Tueday. Mr. and Mrs. P.. II. Preble me In MontpellT tnls week. Mr. and Mr.. cam sr :n the name of the Stale to the fish $H.ucn & unmissii ners. tins stci t uui m iui,-i- ,-j.ttatn w iters. lerv w tn present rowers oi ino ua cora- in sloner to close and stock certutu IT ams. A b II of still greater Interest Is that In- tr xlu.-ed by request by Mr. ttanney of to amend li,ly is enjoying rire social privileges this, ;,,ml 1,0 man cout.t to better. When the II. W. Speonerlias bought 1 barrels -liarles hi Irldg.y.f Co oiM.lo spring, nre r apples in this vicinity to be loaded at ?.1 u- 1J,'m :7l: 1,-.-Vor--f f Tpij. lis station nnd llfi bnrrels to be lo,ided V' v"V!r' V" l''"'n7"f iw"1".'" ti re.nttoii vldiiii for da'.Cs for ai' Onler,-.! to Inj County 01 1 11 , ivint'it ... ......... ... 1, -iMiiiive season, e rout t until b tills at- i . " - ,.t V.-w lltv..n IVirt nf thni nr.. tn h.. .'.in.il. 1 ., ... v ii, mv- ii.--,-ii iui im- " .11,.. , ,...v.,v.i ... iii.- 1 in 11 rs. 11. 61. n amendol. an act icrnoon dark clouds overenstlng the skv .,."w,1..,!1." o"!-eveit wait and name Wit. ,,,,". , ..",, ..f ,,,-., hunting se;uon. tun.- 10 be out after a serious llln. ss, A. amended to ho carried into effect and to tax warrants. It. IK pr- pour. .'. down a dismal rain, which pleased 1I',.m '.v " h.s own successor. Vj, ., i reminder to Vtistln ,,.... , J- I hompson and lleorgo P. llathorne re- Ktlle claims of the bondholders wh Kvinl of examiners of c-.in.ll-, no on- but the llverv and hack men. but 'j0- milh w,!i "l'n to .-p.ak :,' ,(,. ,, V: .,, ri- -"i "". ORW Kl.U turned from New York Tuesday, fleorgc they represent accordingly." lix-.M, 3 Imlsslon to the l-nr. oxer Tea pe.ple vislu-,1 the executive man- ir crntoni anu pain a high tribute to . ,T ". ., . ..... m,,.' 1)f ,.r. Miss Abide Root. M. D.. has closed her lllnman will stay there seme time longer. C. 11. Saunders of Cambridge nnd L. H. H lie S. ll.tlxtug time for hold-i sion to enlov the weeklv rec-ntlon of ' ''""i ?u.iiur as tney were men wrai ,. ; cotlase and returned to New York city. .Mrs 1:. n. iiatuaway oi .nams. .Mass.. jolnson weie iippn.ntod tellers, and at tho and Supreme Courts. I Mrs. Smith. One- Inside the house the "aa "eienueM tne principles of govern- ( "".,''. ' " W. Crrsnton and Mrs. Cramton of is visiting her dauchf-r. .Mrs. A. 1'. Ros- conclusion of the voting announced there ,H.rriirnnn. l tn t-.mri;.l i ...... .iJ...i.,.... ,.,..i i... ,.. m.-iii anu iMltu.l for the right. He look-' i ,,,,., ,,.,.ii,i.- ..v..mi .l.v m roe. S. It. M. Cowle. Is verv much lm- Kllll n nlmw iijinI. ..-). O ... . . .-.... 7.. l-U UI.011 inn Sol.II.-rH of th,. .-Ivll w.-ir n.s 1IK1S.HI1,. I. . ..i. . M .... - ........ ...I t 4".. r..hlt,1il.1 nt Ml. 1.11... ,11 ...n.nnnl. W. liattshurgh where she has been spending gaj-e 5 per ce.U bonds of the Consolidated Y.. m-vera I weeks with friends. Knllro.td company of Vermont which plan Nl'W IlAVFV wa l"'oed at a meeting of te ivrons . i.,i r... holding certlllcntes tif deposit for the .said Mr.. Rose tinker who has been In poor bonds neld on October 12. lv.'T, be and tho health for some time died Wednesday same are hereby approved, and the com- torenoon, ngc.t .t years, tne lunern win muu-e of bondholders Is hereby author- as to hem .or Newport anil ts siipiseti to represent tne iv.i in l.ln, of mto State Superintendent Stone , ... r- .-. up. n expert supervision of the schools or anK,j )M:tion ta V. S relative to the' warmth and cheerfulness. The especial "i' regulars who terve.l tho country In a xerm-mt. u uoe. r.wa witn town ,urinc f nppearances In npp-alr1 cns.s. oharm of these occasions Is the cordiality ,r!M-'- , , 'J" . V .;. .;.., ,f ..3,ilU-i,h On motion r Mr. Itcotho of .xttllon. the f the hostes nn.l the s.mple elegance 11,11, l.'l 1 ...... ..M...... ...... In the limits of a given number The tld provides that towns ! Hggre sntij of not more than To or t s ho Is, may. by vote of xiiaol umto for purpose of securing i tt iitlrnt of sohivils Dir-ctors tintting shnil ctmstltute a commltl of whoso .tulles shall b e no;o a supertiuen.ieni ami nx on f.i; joint commutcv on gtimo ami " : " , when Dewey's victory at Manila changed Ms sa'iry nnd apportion It according to twheries. receiving tae mai of the world; whtn President Me- i . . ....... s:...iii, .,... ... it i. iA..... nspecttve grann isis ot towns, ine it. i.. t.y .Mr. tiKins ot ituuanu town M - . y V,' ,, , M Klnley signed the commissions of F ght- c. .1. ,11 ,v..- tl.-kri ir.vvnr.1 virh slln.-r. ..,.,. I, n lv? . Si . rlalliitr In m.a. -'A' 1 ailllK or .MOllipellC. anil atlSS . ... , .v- ........ ... .. .... . .... - . - -. ... ,.,., ltl.,,,,l ,M,.,r.l rtfT..rt tll.d '"- ,'V , 11. .VI ,11111 ,1,-H. .V,-, ,MV 11 1 III. r- i intend-nfs salary, provided the towns sures. (Makes the gallon tho standard); .ii! V'ortcr kVt- JVik- T-,Tl n Merrimac in tne mouth of vnlted.y iviy at least . more, said sum Sener.J committee. I .""i" room nS ,vS tt' Santiago harbor; when the nun of the r etveti ircm tne r-tate to i-,- inarm iv n. t.-. oy air. im.yoi uuiivi. m pro-, f ,s! , m.,.,.. iiu. i-,.v.,, ,.i -ortli nivt tne somn marched side ny Mite thi credit ot the pubitc chol fund. Too vide for weekly pay went of wages by cor- lh." ci,v Mrs o j n Vii.-v '.,f tt,Vrii,,"inn P ' ;l Oaney; when the Spanish pre-ient town suiv?.-in'endency Is abolish- p,.r.ition; eommitteo on corrors.tlr.ns. "' !",,.' ...jl'"'',' '1 1 J, power waa driven from the western hem- rl. The act does not apply to towns of 11. 1T7. by Mr. Leslie ot Wheeloek to !e-, ' ' 'V." ... ..V . ' Vr; isphere by Southern dash nnd Northern more than T.v.i impulhtion but such town. galue the grand Jlst of the town of heel- , , . .,;" of a lion The funeral of Mrs. Louisa Rlsbeo wis to Roston, wluro she has enteted the Itiry was the guest of Mrs. A. M. I.oscoe. comiultte.-, Messrs. Kzra H. Raker, ch.ilr- ti...i.i r.w i.A ..i.i..,,.... .,r in,-. ,, iirp n.ir.-. i r.itnln - on ir.. .-. i tlin Piiv hiiil. man. llt-nrv It. Dav. S. P. Kilnor and 11. .ViiiUtcd country was the sentiment Col. .,.. ,.,,, ,,' .. Wk1.-v a. Kin. ml Mrs. Kmma Clark Is spending seeial F. Disco, were present. Then- w.rc six uii- In mectlnj lu tho sar- ear wit fir 12,iV,tXi.i. If the nntl-ttrand Trunk ele ment In the Vermont Legislature should succeed In defeating the pending oentnl Vermont reorganization measure, the en- 1 - 1- 22.214.171.124. O. .11.. ... . . 1 .itouse aiiiotirnett. i wmi unit-ii .-wrvihin- i nrMnr,. will. - '. .iw.n.s i vimu.i n i... . . i.,,,iJt ,.i,,,.oi, ..oiotii...! xi r w.-..i:,' io s.1 rn iiu:i. .i r. h rnnii .iii.w n.is. :w r:-.- ttiueiie is in town wiuiam iniues in aitenuance. tne ineetin .....,..0WIV!: , HOFSt: AFTHRNOON. no suggestion of ostentation. ' He reft rrctl with elo.iient words to the j ... . . remains were taken to Ferris-. returned from a month's visit In New Itlrkette and wife i. re happy over the hlrtn Jmimrd nl 11:07 o'clock, having been uimh .nil I .1-... .1... ,... . i. .iecor.1l loll Ol till- I tltOll soldiers' lllOUIl- . . . ... ... ..... i. I-.,. I. i... n-i.. o.j, . ...,.. I., ii... . .... I,..,. 1,,l,., l)l,..r nn.l mm. L..vl.,i i.lui.ll .in l.nur After II... i.w ,..... n-i. r..i..... i.... ,al. ...... l.,,M.l..l. I .i.'. i o ..i in,- ii,.i- ititi. .-lui-i'ii.H ... ...... ... . . inirll tor our.ai oy tne jou- i'i m-i iiu-. i-.-iv.nj. inv- n..-.. ...... ...n..,.. ... ... .... ... .. ....... ...... .... .....I. u.e ......'..ins ...i , ...... .... ,. in ot in .. osion atioui r.i ears airo ami io . . ... ... .. . m i i.... m. i... ....... ... ,....i ... ii.iai..K..r, xirc ....a .,f ii. ,....nr...rv nf 11. .....Y.n,iti.- .1 ..ift,. it i-i I... l . ,,,,11 - f -i,,r,. -m ,.'. ni'i oiiiii .ll-l1 in eo- . . . , . ' " - , nailil. ftne nail 0"eil it gleat puiivirr tor i.iiut.i o'u.-v "in ',- i,v.i 11.11 i-.i.i 11.- it.i,,. t. i,. ... ... . ...v o.re.tor it. i.i, p .Mr. tony ct ictorj. m .,nl,,i,,,. ,,,.i ..,..,,..,..),,,. the rcgnnl shown hy tun. Orant to the , , ., ti, e ... o..i... i-..i.,i,.-r ? t,- ii... T..m..in ti.i.ir. i M.-ni.oi nf Shor..i..m is vUltini; her cuiiiment nir upon the nnunlm tv of 'lofUlions ohV;" ivs' v 'l Mkal eosn,v.m v si'or ' ' 'hospitality nnd wei- ,,,c" J1 "in'iuere.1. ttrant did not live.;. ,' j, 'g ' k ' lo le ,)f' oston.-.V.rs. Fr.d Hinckley has brother, ti. K. Roblnson.-Tlmothy Slovens proceeding remarked with a tinge ot , ot lonns ehalv ls. V . S. vMako a c.oe s.msoii . , , . to see Ills pro ver answi red bin thank God . . .' ..... .w . .... i ... . , ... i -i v i. i... ..i.i.i..,. ... t v u.o.i., , .... u,nt ,. ...i!.i-a.,i...i ii..n ini v .... f.,r- I fr.i, Xt,r.., 1 1., ri.-.-ti,l. .r- 1- v- 11 II Ul.lf.va ,-VIil.Iie tvel l.etteet .. , - - , : , , , , m glVCIl Some llllie UliriUK III1 .Wlliei I l-llll U1.-.1 11. jn-i itiiii... ill i.,-.',n.ii., ... 11., la ..I.--M ,11,11. ... ... ... ......--...-. ........ ...... .. 1. ...... o KA,hr KX-I: and Mrs. Si,,,,., nre 2 n7 , S ! N. Pierce Is at home, from a after sending ,ev,-ra. wee's with Mrs. , )T.!:n,- UEN XIXGTOX COUNTY. RKNNINOTON. miy receive f! er cent ... .. 1.... HOT lv,." ' l.l.UVt. JV.'.: when Mrs. Smith s perlntendent (amount not to exceed the ii.adreniil.it appraisal (or IX; commit- 5, ' '.'t ' ,"" " C.V, , , P. ..) to be credited as alve. Special pr.- t on grand list. . 'Vi VirmorvTJ InT M 11 MMon Is made for Umnd Isle county. oth-, tl. ITS. by Mr. Hemlnway of Oranvllle.1 , . . r iMilnts in the bill of Interest are that to amend sec. ,"JtV V. S.. lylntlnc to fee Ltv.ilt-LA 1 1 K NOTHS. xlsion : 11 union once formed cannot le dlsolv,l of shxitTs. (Allows sl.eilfls M cents mlie- . .'l.l.-i. .ill p.l.lll.1 U.ltll , , .-a- ,.,.1 .1... plUCK. Ives n ret-eptlon ni the . l:5":'' S' K' i""0 rcspondcl to tlie . . In-icl fiii ii-ini- ' Tho ban,- - ;,"';..- ' 1.A-1.1. .....v.'... ..,.111111 i."inv lul it.v 'ladies and closetl the exercises of the ivcnlng. I-t some member do yeoman service tn HCGAN'S CONDITION CRITICAL. lad two llriimrrluge Yesterday, Which I cheticd 111 t banej i.f Ut-cnvcrj. Thomas P. Hogan. who is at the Mary Fletcher hospital, suffering from the ef fects of a bullet received in his Imdy two nnd wife arrived home Friday from Ros-1 lata given last wc-k by the children ton, Mrs. K. H. Daniels Is In poor !-ealth ' amounted 10 about iii-Mr. and Mis. th's fall. The new street known ns the Joseph Iuluo celebrated their golden Mountain street extension has been com- wedding. Monday, October 21. There wete n.eted and Is now open for travel. The ' present at the gathering about 52 mem- imi....v.ni.i l-nnil ,'ii- . h(-lnni?lnir 13 the Iters of the I.nduc famllv. amons: them ' Commercial House were bold at miction Isevrn children and 11 ginnd-ehlldren of j the Rapist church In the pusence or a Saturday. the aped couple, all but two being resl- large number of relatives nnd tiiends. Rev. C. N. Thomas rcturnc.1 from a 'dents here. Miss Cornelia lllhbard, who Tuesday afternoon at Rev. George visit to Mnlone. N. Y Sat unlay. Mrs. has been slice, ssfully emtnged In tt-ach- R. t.awson oIllcHated. The front of tho Thomas will return Tuesday. N. II. Mun-' tng In Manchester nearly two years, has desk and platform weie decorated with rill Is excavating for a skating rink on been obliged to glvo up her school to n i-ottod plants and palms. 1 he welding his premises on North street. It is to oo ' substitute for the present and return march was played by Organist - ooper as Hooded with water fiom the Rock Springs homo on nieount of u n-rlous injury to the bridal party entered the church, the aqueduct. A largo deer was received Sat- her knee. bride wote a travelling stilt. Mie was nt- unlay night by C. K. Mnrsh from frlenl. ., M1I1DI FltFItV ,,,,,,UM ll ?,lfls C"M """.V" ns r over tho lake The regular communion '-VS1 MlDDLI.lll 111 . ,.,,,,, Tm i-m man was llermann Mar- service of the Metho.'lst church will be1 James Tl-dale has moved back from her. Mr and Mrs. Potter left on the lu l l the first Moiidav In November. Th Roohester to this place.-Miss Jennie p. ni. tram for their w.ddtng trip, an I Woman's Mlsslonarv society of the Moth- Severenee Is ill. Mr. Watson, a vet ran of will reside lure after their return. A re- odlst church will meet next Friday after- . the war of the rebellion went on Friday to ccptlon will be tendered them later. The noon with Mrs. Sprague. An old man enttr the Soldiers Home at Hampton, ' couple were the recipients of many pros- nannd Dearborn dropped dead In Lincoln Va. Mr. WatMin Is out of h.-nltl. anil cuts, The marriage of Miss Mary Van Clcek tire labor of the committee will go for to Louis Van Nest Potter took place In naught. Saturday, J. H. Rean and W. II. Ridley ihriight n winner climate bettor tor him. The marriage oi .xinry i.iisai.eiii, omy nre buying potatoes at the local station. Ills family are in this village. .Mr. and daughter ot nr. aonii t. ciiurticu, tu l'VI,-""l. ',..,.... ... ..- on onion street cd - . - it nt in 111,. .nil-ini...!,. i.i iiiii.ivi 1111111:1,. iiiv ..... .r ..... tl........ 1.-.. .... 1. t .. : wm' r..::i,'.JV,iK: .l1 J- ylu.Kvsor recovery. HoaUi;: er udv I H V rool llaU Vam U am: on SUurVla; ........i.,i,, 1,.. .-.vn,vi ... 111. tt.iei.-r.-il 1. lieii.nrrii.iL., nf II... smmzirll .. .. ... .. .. ... m. ,.......... 11. .,.., ..1,0.., .1. ,.1.,,. ., .,, ,1,.. . r- - -. . 1 e,t or ncro wiin u. u. hoswuhh s iiian- .-n.-. ....m..... 1 . v " "--.inst one week alter lis Injury but hail ...... ,n... ,.i u.-.m i rm.v:-seliiir .1 J Mannee Is verv f.v ; morning sessu.n yesieniay to make an , . bpU(. Mnct .,, , , .ondllloio '.' v. :.' :.. .r ,f V...V. A a V.....,r ir n,., h.-.t. argument lH-forc the supreme court. Ills n.0.. ..rlit al .,i..l n,..r.- u llitle i ..I" ' '.V'v..." . t n "' .V.: . and Freil HayllVn two I iiesday evening at S o'clock. The MZwVmZ ig while here. Tney relumed I standing of the parties made the occasion fJdi ii,,i rv's" aiioc to their home at St. All-ans. ' one of more than ordinary Interest. The ,cr ,,''.. ' " Needhnm, mother of Mrs. ule and conllnedto f ir n period of three years fiom date of ng- for Havel une way and ten c-tus ln-r his Mate and Introduce a joint resolution Rs fonmitlon except by a tro thirds vote milt for etu-h additional prisoner fi r any cpilrlng ladles to remove tlv Ir hats whilo of school director In towns forming tho p.mal institution): Judiciary committee, la either legislative chumKr. Such a con unlon. A suicrlnt.-n.b nt elected cnderlho II. t?.. by Mr. Wallace of Hartfonl, to fusion cf feathers Is liable to precipitate provisions of this bill may bo- removed ' pay F. F. Holt the sum named; commit- more wild animal legislation, by a majority of -ho Joint committee with lev on claims. lndy was heard speaking of the the atiiniv-.U of the State, superintendent' II. py Mr. Norton of WaUstleld. In pb-nure of her visit hrn during I.idlcs' nnd cirh superintendent must make an relation to ricamtrle. an.l cneese jaetor- uK to tier iiutiiiil: "I shall want tow,Cks ago Sunday .tight, wns not ns well nrnual report tr. tne scnoo, ,Wms o, earn 10. ami management !; t...quires -n.e ;.. tae time now. Vou ve st:u me jesterday and last evti.lng 1,1 condilioii sVlurdav was cents.- Mrs. John M. Nash visited Mrs. Nash-.. 1 thur Wcsl-y Rock 'T''rr., e.of ,rw.'n r' U.,W. r l,cl.;;S"; ,:i i:::; from co.oA.o ,r u?r l week. m,-. n,,., , 1,0,1,0 ,.f : "v."": "r V-.1....:. 1 ..e ...... -u:.. " ' r. . .i." ..; k ,h. ,u.i. ;.. .. " :. ivmrr.i..Ke .,, winning ami se,-.... ..,.., , ls Inueh imrovej m h.-aitn.- son. scan Northtb-Id, who poisoned G.irge Marsh, ties. of reports: liable tor r.osiecD luil.ind of Mrs. Mirsh, to life mtltce on agriculture. Imprisonment win Introduced. Ac- II. 151. by Mr. Waterman of Chester, cr miKinyttiK the- bin was one incorporating Chester water company of those htrjr.Mv signed (etltion committee on corporations. which tire so conspicuous during l.sisla- !l. bs Mr. Kills of Worcester, to lm- "ou received many favorable comments I .., of ,,, rfcov.-v .;' WF.YRR1DOI .... .... o. .k ....!. .... ....... i w.. ,i, i.,i r. i... i""''V "T "" . . setts soon to reside. I IW"!" "'N" " . ". ;,a A"" Tu, U,,i,.i hl "."WW ve; l!cVt w A K1U0 lini, wlfo W01U ,0 The Crusnde band of Cornwall will for nppllcants for admission to the bar. The old stsnd by. n bill a tedure the mutual on which ths trustee process can be served frotr. tw lo $a made Its appcir- r.nce to-day tunl clojely on Its heels came g n nut alluwiipg towns which so vote to c'oe their liquor m,,ncles. The afternoon sejilms were short, most of the members htvinr n !ar amount tlve wars" remilable practice. of work In the committee- nwm tn do. In to Side.): joint committee on public health. Women's, clubs of Vermont, headed by the Senate several sub-. "lute bllU appear-, II. IM. by Mr. tendon of Rrlstol, amend- Mrs. Jonathan Ross of St. Johnsbury. met cd but none of them an. measures which tig cnurter of Rrlstol villnse; committee the commute having In charge the bill will eiTecl the obj.-cts of tho original Mils, on corporations. adding -a lady on th- Stnte bonnts ot In the House the petitions for granting II. JnV. by Mr. Chnpln of Kssex, forbid- charities to present the claims of their municipal sufTrago to women were nuite ding voters In Incorporated villages from ' orgunlrallon on the subject, ptentv but their erfect even on the judl- villus for road commlflotieis; Judiciary the member from. Windham felt sure cl.uv committee. s not yet made evident. ! committee. that lie wis right and was ready to go A bill which mav iriuso some irtenst Is- II. JN5, by Mr. Chapman of Windham, to nhiiut yestentay when he introduced a ARMY AND NAVY. groom Is n member of the tlrm of lloorge Roekwoo.l .V! l o.. one ot tne oldest knit goods mnnufufturers here. Rev. Philip Schuyler, rector of St. Peter's church, of Helmed, using the Kplsoopal service with a ring. The house was elaborately trim. .. .. ...... .... ..... . snot noKtu.. is in i.tii. . partial ncaiuut ii... .-. ri... 1-......1,. 11 11 Mi.-.. ;m,i i.r.1.1 ......i...,0 i., . v, n iAiin.atai ..h. 1. 1 mi-.i wiin runnioir pine, wane nun imii; ii 5t bv Mr Marvin of Maurch to niiry iot' K -!M.,rr to ns UdltC h.ii lns-n hi'd and th.-ense continued nil- Wlt ,,ro at homo from a two weeks' visit i,,xt Sunday eveningDelegates front the cainatlon white ehrysanthemums. sml-J-uJ .It the , 7rV if voter l. v Lur ek Thl hmefs ire so en mlcd UJ Mo,,":,'- n" "rralgnett upon lo 0llon3 yM N- Y .,-,,oy lmd the mis- Methodist Sunday school to the county ' lax nnd palms, tied together with broad r! iS VrtK. te they more close vV?mMaTimrn ten ,ho char-:V ,of, aw"l tenBeroiw fortune to lose their horse by sickness , convention nro Mr. nnd Mr H. L. I white ribbons. It wns prompt S o'clock gor ami mtilictne. iv etcrtnano mut lc tne) mom rrasci) rest 111011. a ton 11 tent 1 ......... ...i, 1...... . I................ , ,vn..,.. n-. i... i 1 ti,..,...., . ,,.i,n h.a l.ri.i., -.i ..s.-.irt...t bv her father r uiniie-. ,.f vri.rn,rr college nnd 1-nl.l i at nit old time campiucetlng than sn.ncl- I " on tiinr way in in.-. . . . -1. 1 iioini'.-oii, . ... ""i"i'-" ii - - - - : : : - radintes or vctr.n.y) colter mi.i i.ow . nt on 011 um , ... ,..,. .. ,i..k i,ml,in, , n i lii.rlliun nro attendlne .1 1 to the s ti ng room, who presented her to nation The abb- to " ecuVe u able ' uaVte or a PERSONAL. trip ,0 Dead C oek Tuesilay.-Robe, t Dun- pienchers' mVetlng at Plttsford this week; the groom, who was In waiting for her. ulvnlent If d.rtoemf K night.'0 'eCUre ' The remark made a, the recent meet-; shoe has cntercl Uio Albany Rusiiioss Co.-Tho Congregmlonal church will ho re-J She was gowne.1 n trimmoa rim ui ii ivumimiv iiuiu i vii-"iii "! - . ". . . , .... 1.. ni.i 1 ono -vhlch nniulr!-. that In onler lo prac- t Millie the uppnits.it of Windham for ISM I III to b-galle the grand list of his town. tlce s a veterinary Mirst-oii a man must imi tw. cjmmutee on grm.-a list. 1-1 11.10 iu .si.......s ,. nu'. I a gnulunteor a veterinary cd'egv and H l. by Mr. Sherman of Cambridge, the committee on clecilons will r port the have a cortillcato from the same or ele amending charter of Jeffersonvllle. com- case of Mr. Alb-n of Tunbrldge. Mem wxicun; a tertlllcate that lio has Un Inimltt cn crHratlons, jbers of that commute nehno-Wso that tm., n.v.rf.n v itnrinan .-s.i nf iieniilot:. Riooks aro visiting over tho Mountain , stone of the new chun-h In Rrlstol by ton was the oldest-practicing lawyer In 1 this week. Ray Monger, who has been at ! Diacon J. A- James, and at tho Installs Vermont, wns not quite correct. Our re- Miss "trovv's for two weeks past, return- tlon services al Shoroham by Deacon Rob spected townsman, Hon, Daniel Roberts. ,td to his home In New Haven, Conn.. crt Howies. was born a year earlier than Mr. liar- Tuesday. The outstuo work on r, 1 tin s inttn and preceded him by n year In ml-1 now residence Is nearly completed nnd mission to the bar. I the repairs tin the Raptlst church are be- First Lieut. John W. Ileanl. quarter, tin? pushed ns ,"ast ns .osslulc. W. S. master Thlnl cavalry. In addition to his Rrookn hut- so far rocovtred fmm a sorl dutles ns iuarteimnsler ut Fort Kthan ous illness as to appear on the streets.- J. Allen, Is orCtred to assume charge of tho S. lllckok of tho 'Juecn City was In town construction of public buildings ut that Tuesday. W. P. Chase, who wns seriously post, relieving Cnpt. Hovey, who has been Inlured last wt-ck by falling down njalrs. In chars. l Improvlnc slowly. Miss KJltii Ellison WALT HAM. One of the piensantest social events of the season, occurred nt tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. It S. Jnckmnu of Walthnm at S o'clock the Uth Inst., when their daughtrr. Miss Lucy Grace was married to Chits. S. Dana of New Haven. The cen-mony was performed by Rev. J. II, Hoffman the resident clcrcymtui of New- lace. She wore a long white veil nnd car ried lilies of tho valley. She nUo wore a handsome brooch of diamonds and pearls, the gift of the groom. The bride was at tended bv her two little nlecvs. Murjor'e mid Jnnet Phurtleff, as llower girls. There was 11 large display of valuable presents of gold, silver, bric-a-brac, etc. Oucsta were present fmm Roston. Rut'.mxl, Al bany, Troy, Cohoes and other places. Mr. mid Mrs. Rocliwoud wi.l bo absent about ten days on their wedding trip, and on (.Continued on (ho 3d page.) Three new ships of the navy are now toady for service, but none will be com missioned for the present on account of a hick of men to man them. Tho "White S'liiadion" Is likely to dis appear from the Amerlcnn Navy. Tlia gray wnr paint taken on by our ships nt the beginning of the wnr will probably lm their permanent color. Capt. H. S. Foner. 20th I. S. Inf., Ins left tho Manhattan Kyo and Knr Hospi tal, New York city, and gone to his for n.er home In North Calais, Vt. The Army and Navy Journal under stands that the promotion of Col. Ouy V. Henry, bit h Cavalry, will ho male soon and adds: If energy, ability, large ex perience In tho command of troops In war goon general 01. ointment will bo an Ideal one.' In a spcec-h to the Massachusetts Re form Club, the other evening. Admiral Ciliornnll said that all citizens should pass tho necessary laws for a complete reor ganization ot tho service. "For," said he, "war is coming. Just as sure ns tne aun rises nnd sets there will ho wars upon wars for this nation. You have taken tho Philippines. You nro going to dabble In the Knst. You will need to defend whnt you have there," It Is reported nt the war Department that recently a Spanish nrmy oirtcer of hlsh rnnl; snld thnt hnd tho Spaniard been nwnre of tho condition of the Amer ican nrmy. Its Inability to withstand the hardships of a campaign, nnd Us lack of mcdlcnl nnd other supplies, the Spaniards would not have surrendered, bellevlnc that they would bnve been able to pre vent tho enpturo of Cuba by tho Amerl cnn nrms. The Inte Kmptess of Austria owned tho r.tentest emerald In tho world, and 11 necklnce ot cmcrnlds thnt was quite unrivaled.