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VOL. LXXIV. X IS W SEUI13S VOL. XLVL BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY. DEHSMllkR 7, 1890. NUM HER 23 VERi ONT rf -ocal Items All Parts Mouiv nterest From the Green State. CD THE NEWS BY COUNTIES The Wluuntkl A'alleiy, Village up North, l'roiit the Inland In tho l.uku to thft Passuiupidi', Along Otter Ci-i'iik unci by the Shore of White lllver CoTurml by .spt'iiiil t'orreiipuiidolitl. A UDTSON (lOT'NTV. vi:hgi:nni:s. Miy Harriet W. Spmeer, eldest dnugli Icr of tin i.' i' (korg.' anil M.iU.da hpen-i . i nt. .. ..t i . twntntii utii nt iir i.iIh lest Sip, eon tin. west side of I lu ilvr, W-d- n.,l.,v Nov i .ueil 7o Mais, rihe was il rti in I'mnnii whetn she li a w,i a Iim 1 until ih. last lew year.-. She lias bi n -i K f"i- out a y. nr Mid dnrlng that I. ti, i b.i i-mi. red nn.ch iwln. She was a 31' mil t-1 r, and her loss will lie deeply ( i I. the .- of the lamlly, who aid left. ( n,i ;i worn. in of gloat execution i i an ! '.'Mill judgment. Hie funeral ieri. es i re held at In r Intn reslietH 'ri'lii at .'. p. in. Tlnee sisters, Mis. 11. A DiWi ) i.nl Ml. I.iiKi Hpeni'cr ot Ibis tewn and Mrs. C. Ton III of Orient, ii. I., and two lumber, (ildecn Spencer )t Can. i. in, N. 11., and John Spencer of Me II' i's 's..rvio her. A D. V. ill. ml shut down his crennnry (1n 1. l.ii' the winter. It Is under tord lr W illard would like to disjio e .f hi- i'i.itn -.- In re. If so It woiiitl bo a rood il, line ii r the fnrmers In ilii.- vicin i to ti.iti 'i ii'iaine-ry on tlio cooperative I io A ermnt Shade Roller company s ri i' pr - i,s a sci rrt of nethlty tlies.) in W N Thon.)ison. mi'iiager, n ri - i it thry hae rovi r been to a wdi 1 w th orders. The ciders now on ' IiiiuK.-. w.'.ild kie.p them running two n.iiiih. . Tho new mm bine luiV' been bd . 1 rf nit iv to the shop to expedite tho li . rg of ci ! s. I .rt J mi- n.ii recovered from typhoid jucumnn -i and has resumed his work in N Ji .11 S. n- feed stete. II I lie iv 'M-lilno has entered tho em pl .y of I-n 1 Milbr. Hr.fl Miller Is innvlng his goods from tin s-t re In tno (lalnes block into the ri n.. bcin' vaulted by tho Vcrmonter Pi , bliiu i oinp.iny. Fred J. W ilf of Saratoga, N. V., Is tho in st of Thomas Wilcox. III Mli.'t and Oeorgo nostwlek, Jr., h itj .n to visit ChuMiccy Quimby tn.d f mi .. w live a f.-.v miles from Charlcs Ici N II. If. i:. W. Shiptrun and wife returned f m their visit to Now York city Tues 1 y ( rnellus Harbor, who has been drawing l n.i at Kelioggs Hay has finished hnul ,ng and rt 'iirred to his li.ime in Addisci. He ruiorls tint the laigist haul In nnj cr.. d.iy wa CM bull poult. Monday nl(,ht at tho tneotlng of tho Himilay sihool bond of tho .Melhoill'it il. ir n the f'.llowir.g ntllceis win iiecien: Hnpirln' rod nt, JI L. Harton; secretary, M -1 Ila tl Winslow; treasurer, ,1. W. V rior; ass st.vnt treasurer, Mrs. J. W. sortLi. I MIDDLl'UUrtY, j Mr. Caleb Nutting, wife and son were :,iliul t.j New Il.iven Friday eiening by iiic .-udlcn illnn of bin mother, Mcs. Ftiphin Nutting, who died shortly afur the r arrival there. She had been In poor fx nth l"r -"Hi' time and the end camo with a sudden attack of apoplexy. Her ago was - 'i .r- She li- survived by a hu b.iiid ar 1 run Caleb. The funeral was 1 id from b r 1. t homo Sunday afternoon ' 2 c' 'oi k 'J'be interinent was In tho I, mdy 'ot In ".ie New Haven c-'netery. Tie I arintUit- Mm bio company of Hel Jen's, which went Into the hands of a re !rlvcr al u' riiilit months ago. have paid up 1. 1 thr r llatiiltles. Miss HrDwr.'ll has gono to Rochester, N" V , wh. re she will spend the winter. Mr C L, Nutting has gone to North fif 1 fur a we. k's business trip. Mr. W 1 1 Hrcw.it T and wlfo wero In li lrlingicri Tiusday. Mr. H. C Drown who has run a ment nrkii for the pa.-l two years on Sey nonr S , h is sold out his business to II. ' mid M H. Langivorthy who havo i.ikiii jossccslon. Mr. C'ushmnn who has been sick for the pa-' w 'd; Is able to bo out again. Dr D. A. I'.isbee of Hrlstol is In town in a short bti-lnrss trip. tin regular n eting of the Volun tc i s of "M" Hose company Tuesday even i.g tin following ollbers v.ere nominated I'lrcm .n, fieorgf Kidder; llrst assistant, W'lllium Nol.ind: seiond assihtant, C. I'. Rich, clerk. W. Noland and CI. AW Ro.-e; trcasur. r K. 12. Turner; secretary, Ci. Duncan and L. Henlbld. The eleetlrn -if Ihi S" olflc - will oicur tho llrst Tuesday vcnlng In January. IUtlSTOL. i Work on tho Monkton tiuariies has been d scon1''.' ml lor the winti r by the Cobrci bian M H I. i ompany. Mrs. Orln Smith f Mind el 'in h tin- great of U. '. Co by rind wife.- Deputy Sheillf .1. A. Cadwdl of Nrw IIn' n w.ih In town Saturil.i on liusliv-s p. rtnlnlng to his office. Mis. r'. W Carey who eame from a Queen l y bos " i1 quit.- recently is very low, with but Hi tie prospects of rii'overy. Tbn e (luarrying m.iehiiies that have been In n o 1 j 'he Colmiiblaii Mnrlile Co., in Monl;ton, lnvo been riuirned to their iiiarry near 1'ioetor. C W. 1'iirli-s. manager ot the Hrlstol and l.'ncoln Telephone Co., has r ictied and gone to Ornnvllle. N. V. A -tan C'lllirun of Mlilillebury ha.s take his placf Mi s It.na. Calaban gan a party to n lect number nf thcr young friends nt lit r homi on Him struct Satutelay ev n-lir-' A plea-ant tlmo was rnjoyul Willi refrr bmelH-. musii', etc. Itev. L. A. Hlgednw. tho Methodist pastor was a inembrrof a New Vork regimi-nt during the civil nai- and was wounde'd in the left leg Last Friday he was taken wllh In (I imatory ih. umatliim In thai leg and is new on crutches. lln preat lie-d Sunilny nif ruing a- usual but was nimble to 1 1 r -n c li Sunday evening. There is some t ilk of union prayer meetings heie to I o held by Hu several ohurchn. :. j, Hns tol visited tho Qucrei City Monday. Near ly a foot of snow fell here. Sundry tilfclit and Mendny Mrs. Amos Hassrltino is seriously 111 with but little hop s of h"r recovery -Samuel Tliirnard and Lvmnn Smith, both old veterans an In feep o bcabh- A young child ot Mr. and Mrs. I', K. Wllsr.n was badly Injured by a dog, while visiting In Morrlsvlllo last weelt. The child's lip was cither bitten or Fcratclicil. Last Satutelay dairy butter sold for 18 to 20 cents n pound; creamery, H nnd 23 rents a pound; dressed poul'.iy, 8 to IS rents n pound; eggs 25 cents a do.on. Charles Gulnnn anil fnmily havo moved Into a tenement In Duiishoc's hlorl; fieorgo Nrlgps of rirnneloti has been vlslt j lug in town tho past week Mr nnd Mrs. Robert A Young arrived Kmc from Dawson, North Dakutit, Slon - ilny night. Tlu j' haio been absent Fevorel w-iks vlsltlnc .luir ihinght-r, Mr. Ruy tnotnl. 10. J. lirlslol was called to Hurllng- tnll SltUlllUl b.l tllO H'TlOIIH I llll'SS llC Ills brotheir-ln-luw, H. A. Doleti. Lawyers, Jurymen n-nd otheta Intel estcd wmt to Mlddlebury Tuos-duy to attend county court. It In very good sleighing In tlio vll luge Mrs, W. A. Ixiwronee nnd Mrs. C. W. Cotoy -ire both very low ut tlilx pre sent writing. Mrs. J. J3. Whitney Is at homo from Worresl'T, SIoss. She Is pack ing tind disposing of her household poods preparatory to making hrr homo In Wor rcstcr. Tlio new dynumo for tho eleetrla light plant, at Itocky Dalo has arrived and will ho placed In position. As airs. j. O. Chimin and hrr two chll- dren wcro driving down Not Ih street Wednesday, hrr horse- became f I Ightencd by tlio old house now In the street and inn, thtowlng them out. They wero only tllghtiy Injured Mrs. Luoinda Hrooks, willow of tho Inle Anion Ilossoltlno, and mother of 13. A. llassoltlne, died at the lexili me of her son on 'Hrlst-il Tlats." Wednesday morning. Her ngo whs S3 yeif. TIia f uncial will lie he'.il from l.er Into home Friday aft. rt eon :it 1 o'clock. Miv .lames Hide visited the Queen City Tin sil v. Mrs. Howard clink of Lincoln will mako her liome In the family of LI. C Snrgpnnt on Maplo nireet this winter. Deputy Sheriff .1. A. Caldwell of Now lln veil was In town Wednesday serving coun ty rourt papers. LI. C. Surgonnt's delivery tenni ran nwny ns ustinl Wednesday mottling. No ilnmnce was done. 11. F. Jli.tih Is Minlkicd to his bed with rheii-. mutism. Hi v. L. A. Hlgelow is hotter of. tho snmo dlsen?p. LINCOLN. The schools In town openod Monday teiu-h. is: morning with tin. following Went Lincoln, Itrv. M. W. lln'.e of this plaie; Snutli Mnculn, Miss T'errv nt Unt land: Centre, Miss Cornelia Stowe of Hrls tol; corners. Miss Uatberine O'ltourKe eif West liiltlanil, Vist HI. I, Arthur Cull man of l.lneoln; (line Hill, Miss Hnirlet, Norton of l'anton; Downi'.igvU'.e, Mi-s' France Sumner of Hilsto.; MniiMy dis trict, .Miss Neitlo Wrlglu of Huntington. Mrs. William Siple went to the home of her paients In l'awlet Saturday, wh ! sho experts to attend the w elding of a sister and brother. She will be abse-it two weeks Mir. Ktnmn l'arent is vety low. Mi's M.iuel Hifibi c letiirncd hero Satur- ln after spending a month with friends in Fair Haven, c'astli ton and Fenlsliuigh. Sevetal of the friends of Mrs. Lois Clark vl-iU'd hr Saturday i-venlng with out in y warning or invitation. Mis. Clark nicopt. d the situation very gracefully and made their stay very pasant. A bountilu! supppr, prepared by th" visl'oi.i. was served, to which ull did ample jus tice'. Mis. Clark closes her house nnd goes to Hrlstol this week, where she i'X pects to spend the winter wlih In r broth er, 11. e Sargent. .Mr. anil Mrs. c C. Leo spent ThankKl lug with their daugh ter, Mrs. Fled Pul p, r of I'eri Ihb.irgh. Miss Sylill Moreran rcttmiod homo Wi d ni""la. after u month's stay witli fri"inW in Mlilillebury and New Haven Throe of our young people have been engaged to Ifai'li school out of town. Miss Mary Ciiary In Rt Intel, .leillile Morgan In Hun tington village and Arthur O'Uryan In Stiu ksbnro. Freeman I'tirinton has d nTi r .J Z, t Z e oil m r t n I . i in, ,rf ; h, n ' i ci- , i s .'iTec.s there -Miss- I; , e'ldfd to w'th his moveel hi Minnie I Vet of She'.burne weic guests ot Mr. and .Mrs. J. II. Hean oer Sunday. SOUTH STARKSHORO. j Mr.'. Abblo Hltelsall will go to a Friends' business meeting In New Vork city tills Week and will t.;op at Lptondnlc, N. V., to visit her son Adna, who has been wl.h bis gr.inilfnther the past year. Misses Lucy, Minnie and Master Feet of Shel burnc visited relatives here last we'ek. Miss Ruth Lee of Lincoln recently visited Miss Sadie Orvis. School commence el heia Monday with no change of teachers. LKICICSTFR. Mrs. H. II. Allien has returned homo from n four weeks' visit with friinds In New Vork. Guy Wl'.llims and fami! of Sudbury spent Thanksgiving in town at Hiram ("apron's. iMIss Canning e.t liloversville, N. V., is holding levval meetings In the church nt the con- r. Much good is being done anil a large number have been converted nt the m cl ings. Mrs. Hiram Cnpron, who iris been confined to the house the past two weeks with bronchial troub e, Is now gaining. MONKTON. John H. Dart and Hortha K. Hawkim, both of Monkton', wi'iv married Nov. 2fih, at the Haptlst piirsonage by Rev. 1. 1'. Kellogg. George Cross and Minnie Hyde, both of Monkton were married In Wlnooskl Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs. ll"man Jewell have gone to live with their daugh ter Mrs. C. W. Stone1. Benjamin Wi -Hums lias moved to Ferrlsburgh. Mr. Kdlth Sheldon of WlUsboro, N. V.. is visiting bi'r many friends hem I'lps were kllleel Monday, 7 months old. weigh ing SL'i! nnd J2I pounels re.speetlve y. The former was owne-el by George Wil liams and tho latter by Hiram Hull. K. II. I'nlmcr visited Ills brother In Hurling ton Saturday. NF.W HAVKN. Mrs. Stephen Nutting dlevl Friday cell ing from apoplexy. Her funeral took p.ai o Sunday afternoon, Rov. Charli's Murklaiid of Durham. N. II. , olllelatlng. She leaves a husb.inel and one son. George I. Fisher spent Thanksgiving with Id" sister, Mis. Si. as Wright, in Rutland. K. M. Ho.-coe of Watcibury spent the Thanksgiving va cation with his mother, Mrs. Orra It. Roscoe. Tho Ladles' L'nion hold a fair anil sale In the town hull Friday evening, Dec. loth. Charles Allen of Mleldlebuiy College was n gue-st of Mrs. Ann D. Mason last week. Miss Jesslo Field of l'anton was tho guest of her cousin, Mbs Mnrcla Wlnslow, bust week. Mr. and Mrs. i C, H. Palmer mid family of YonkeiM N. V., spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Pal mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George. D. Illnman. Mr. Newton Hrown and son Harold of Gnlnwuy, N. V., Miss Margaret Hrown of I'lattslnirgh, N. V., and Mrs. i Hockstrauser of Ilallston Spa. N. V.. weio the gin Ms of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Drown last week, FA NTON. Miss Til'lo Allen Is at homo from West- port High Fchool, during the Th inkiglving acatlon. Schools In town began .Monday, Dee. It 1 1 with the same teaeliers except the one on the Sand Road, which will le taught by Wllllnm White. Miss llattlo Noiton returned to her school in Lim o n on Saturday. Mrs. Anna Whlto will leaeli in tlio Webster district In Feirlscnirgh the coining let m. The F.pworth Iy .igeo has pui chased a new cm pel for the church. The Thanksgiving concert al the M. H, church Thursday evening, Nov. 3i)ih, was largely nttcnel'-i!. After tho concert a sup per was served 111 the veistry by the mem bers of the Hpwoitb League. Tha net pro ce eels were ovit 1 1. ADDISON. Mrs. Ktigeno llalloclt and children aro 81 ending a few weeks at Mrs. Ilallock's homo heie. .Mbw Mary Wlliuartb tculns In the Ulaeklock district tills whiter. School lie gun Dec. lib. Lena 11. I'libn-r teaches in Hiieiport. Gertrude F.Idredxo lias len visiting nt Murray Hnuks' for a lew eliiyj, returning Io Ijer homo In Hrldiort tho Ink Over a hundred people gathered by Invitation nt tho roildcnco of Rev. II. II. White- In rclebnto the 2.".'h nnnlversary of the innriinge of Mr. and Mrs. Trumnn Jones. All enjoyed nflnotlnio nnd left suitable presents for Mr. and .Mrs-. Jones. Tho Ladles' society will meat with Mis. T. W. Jones Friday nftcrnoon. C. M. Clnrk Is quite tdek. Mrs. L. C. Scger Is better. Frnest Carpenter nnd wlfo are re joicing over tho birth of a Utile daughter, horn Nov. 2Sth, Mrs. Alex Fuller, aged M years, was nurled In this phico Nov. 27th.- Arthur 15. Smith of New Ilump-h'ro Is at his tather'.i, Ge-eirge Smith's. Mrs. It. v. iny Is in Wrn Haven this weele M -s J rtcna O'Hryon Utlu her school ut the corners Alot.dny, Deo. lib. Cot'iv U. Smith ot VerBetitien Is al home for a few elays. SIIOHHHASL Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wivseil, dlid Saturday afternoon of bronchitis. M. L. Rahlwin lias rented his farm to Arthur Furnhuin. llc-ginnlng with the eighth, tlio chapel will be opened eacli weelt thtough the winter on Fildny even ings, where the voting peop'e may galhor to rend, have Karnes or spend tho tlmo socially. OrtWKM Mrs. Nnncy II. Hlco died of bronchial pneumonia at her home Nov. 2Sth, nged olglily-thico yearn and eight montlis. Two daughters, Mm. Smith, who resides In tlio Wen and Mm. Kdward Voting of this p!nee survive hci. Mrs. I'M win itot'um and Mrs. Ainiindn Warren linen been spending several days In Huiilnnton whb lelatives. Dr. and Mrs. v. II. Vlnrent attended the SpunMlng-Lundou reception held nt llnxter mttsle liall In Rutland laet week. Thomas llaek has been In town lor a few days. George M. Wright of Now York city spriu Thanksgiving with his nnil parents hole. Mrs. Lizzie Norton W'lllium Hortoti of Vergennos are guests of their uncle, D. W. Hortoti. Mr. and .lohtrwoo'lof l,m, nd'riuThanks tg w h i reb fives here -Thorn T,Mvc hv will lime II1C SiagO WllgOU inn IHl0 Mrs glii'ig nig will itrlvo the stage wagon thargi' of 1". H. Kimball's Hvery this win ter, while "Fagie inn" Ik clewed. HRIDI'ORT. Mrs. Sophia Revno ds of Ilrooklyn. Is. V., hns arrtvi'el In town, called hero by the critical Illness of her sister, Mln I'attie Fletcher. .Mr. Hillings anil family have moved Into the Skeff house, ree'ent y vaented by Mr. Dennis Crossman. There) will be Union excrcHcis at the Congrega tional church on Christmas night. Mrs. Ira D. I'lcli'her nnd her daughter. Mrs. W. O. Hamilton, spent Thanksgiving In Hinc'shtirgh. NORTH FFRRlSHtfROII. Schools commenced on Monday. Williams and MIms Heaeh ri'titriuil of the school have new teachers, Mls Two Miss Hanks and Miss Smith. Mrs. Loretto lie an of Monkteii nnd Mrs. Lillian Dean nnd son of Hrlstol ar' visiting it Mr. W. M. Dean's. Dr. and Mrs. Llnsley of Hrls tol spent Sundav with her parents. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Appleman. On Wednesday last there were two marriages. Miss Min nie Hyde to Mr. e.!rorge Cross and Miss Hello Hawkins to Mr. John Dart. COItNWALL. An exceedingly p.ensant whist par y was given en Filelny evening by Miss .leiinle D. Itobblns at tho ploatant home ot her parent". Mr. nivl Mrs. Henry itobhlns. Mis Anna Hinghnm. an Instructor In il'.o North Het i.ilncion High school, Is spend ing the 'I lianksglvir.g vneatinn at her father's. W. Illngbam's, In West Cornwall. MI'S Hot tense M. Drake, musical in structor in tile State Normal schools, has Iinl-hi'd her labors at Randolph and after a week's vnentlcn spent at lir mothorV, Mrs. F. Hooker's, goes to Castieion to assume her duties tin re. WH1T1NO. On Saturday evening, Nov. 23th, eiulte a Inrge and interesting company asse mlil.d '" residene e of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin K'lf " of Whiting, the occasion be.ng Ctilomtlon )t lhu!r tllrti0,h malr,.,go nmihi rsary. A fow hours of -ocial in-1 tercoitise and mcntlng and renewing nc-1 eiualntancert were delightfully pasi-ed in tin Ir spai-ious and pleasant home. I'd en hance the pleasure of the nnnivcrs-iry gathering the following progrtmmo was carried out: Wedding march, oy Miss Flora Smith; prayer, by tho Haptlst c.crgyman, IU-v. J. W. Iltslcy; poem, by Mrs. Freeman; duet, by Dr. Colby f.nel Henry Kilsay; faml y reminiscences pie parctl In- IS. Case-y and read l y John Allien- violin solo, I". Webster; a ln-.ef n,. formal address anel presentation spoeeb, by Rev. Mr. Illsley. Among the nandiiomo end useful piienls received by Mr. and Mrs. K-l.-ay were an I'.egant china tea so', and a silver fruit dish. Tills wis fol lowed by refn -hmei.t-i of e-oftee and sand wl he-s and cake. Charli's Hub) ard has returned home from Hurliugton. The vllagc .-chool eom menrnd l,u-t Monday with Miss Nelllo Danle.s as tone her. Miss Etta Scovel will leach in the south district. -R?v. O. C. iiaki r of Ferrlsburgh preached In the Congregational chinch last 3i.nd.iy. Ho will a.o preach next Sunday. H. 1). Collins is In Mlilillebury, hnvlng been drawn as petit Juror. Harvey Lucas died last Satut'lav, alter an illnesrt of live, weeks of tMihold fever. The f uncial sii-vie-i s wcro he-Id at his late- home on Mon day, Rev. J. W. II. sb j olllelatlng. Ills re mains wero taken to Pai Ishvllle. N. Y., his former bom-, for burial Ho was twenty years of age. , WRYHRIDGL". Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Spnig'.ie aro vl.-it-Ing the-ir daughter, Mrs. Gilmoie, In Swanton. II. L. Thompson will have iharcie of the library during Mr. Sprague's absence. c. M. linker spent Thanksgiving week with Mr and Mrs. II. A. Clnrk nt St. Albans. Sci vices were held In thei ("congregational church Thanksgiving day, with sermon by the pastor. Rev. T. A. Carlson. W llllam Cobb l.s homo for a few days. Cameron Sprigg was home trom Hurllngton liuslneus college for Thanks giving. The Mlilillebury Coliegu C.Ieo club wi 1 give a concert in thu Methodist ihurcli Fiiday evening, Dep. 15. Henry Holes hns purchased an interest in tlio Hayivard stw mill. All tho schools In town opened last Monday, except tho ono nt Die pulp mil!, which opens two wicks later, John Dodge of Proctor was tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dodge, Thanksgiving day. Miner Hay war.i spent a part of last we?k at his home. Mls O, Sarah Wilght returns to Addison, nnd Miss Sarah II. Wright to Cornwall for the wlnte-r term. Miss Mar tha liowdlsli will tench nt Salisbury vil lage. Thero was an unusually largo gathering of relatives nnd friends ut tho hospitab.o homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. II. Wright on Thanksgiving day. BR1DPOHT. Roy C. Norton of West Addison has been visiting his brother, Perry Norton. A. 11. Smith of Foxhoro, Mass., was In town Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Lucy Skiff Is lopping with a friend in No.v York. Mr. and Mrs. chnrbs Wing uro rejoicing over the arrival of a son. Miss Mlnnlo Ilcmlnway nf Mlilillebury Is caring lor Miss Patty Fletcher. The llttlo daughters of D. 11. Hennctt havo been very ill, but are more cumfortal l now. Mrs. .1. C. Smith of Slior ham spent a fenv divs vith her .laughte r. Mrs. v.. II. Hillings, recent ly. Fnlon si'i-vliies wero hehl Thanks, giving day. The .Methodist pastor, Mr. D. c. Horlbcrt, dcllvi'rcd the nddivss. News has been reei lvd of tile second mai ilago of Frnest Lee whoso boyhood home was In this town. It It i" AD LOAF. Melvin D.iinnn has mo.'ed Ills f.ititlle m Sll'ldleliiiry Miss Silnnle lliilley fiom Proctor, who Is teaching school In this uisirici, was eaueii iieimo last weel; ly the Illness of lu r father. Willi im Gulvln nnil family from Itoebeste, spent iiirinksyhliig with friiiiils her". MIsh Simile Sli'Oiilrey went to Hurllngton last Slonday lo atteiu! th' "liusiness College." Abu-tin Slni'iilng has been on the skit list, but Is gaining Kills Noble Is mov ing Into Sirs Robinson's house. FL'HRISIU'RGII. MIisi C. A. Jojlyn has returned from her visit In New York city, accompanied by her cousin, Mrs. Tousley. .Mrs, Donahuo of Fssex is n lulling her son, Sll'iiae , of this place. W llllam Reach Is helping Mr. Donahue at the creamery for few' days. 'i hey nre getting a great rush of milk Just now, owing to fnelorl.'s closing In neighboring towns, 13, A. Gellctto nnd family pent Thanks-riving In Burlington. Mls I'nunle Hunt Is hoin for a few days -Ft eel Walker of tho (Jileen City wus In town recently. lll'V V I "V liin V ('(III X'I'V ti nsed to pay a Hue of $10 and costs of JIJiMJidlUa HI i J 1. ,n whv jj( lm)( Vlmnlwlez was 11I3NN1NGTON. I1iiI $20 and costs of $n.!i7. W.irbonlwlcz Frank Hlancliard while hunting on tho V0"1"1 not tl,c ,ln" was tl,1011 to l!t" Powuil mountnlti Inst week saw what ho land Motidny to servo a sont-nco of IIS claims was a kcuuIiio moose, something dnys, not befon. seen in this Miction In yours. rim wngon contalilng potatoes, an over Ho was within shooting dlstanco but im -OM, grain nnd some other articles taken the time for shooting hns expired ho did fr"" fbeds In the rear of I I,. Wn, not lire at It. irott's Ivirn at Colchivter Centre, I'Mlday Col. K. D. llennctt mid daugliter hnvo nlh. "ore recovered and reti'.rned to (Tone to Saginaw, .Mich., for a trip. l'olr owner, Mr. Clinrboneati of Usox, .lohr. S. Ilolddi and family will bo pas-' Saturday afternoon. Deputy Hnllon was lingers on tho New ICngltuul lino steam- "oUtlcd SatuMay morning or the th-ft nnd er New Kngland wlilcli leaves Ho.Uon Ktb- Immediately drove to Colchester to locate ' riinry 1 ticxt for an excursion to tho Mcdl- 1110 Kods nnd guilty p.irtlcs. About throo tcrrnncan. Their party will Includo ten o'clock In the afternoon ho found tlio w.i other members of tho family trom out of Kon nnd contents with the exeeptloti nt town. The entire urty will number about seven bushels of potatoes, which had been live hundred. dragged Into the woods near the cider A. 10. Ktarkey, who has been managing editor of tho Banner since the first of May has resigned. Ilo goes to tnltu charge of the newly resurrected He.idsboro Entcr ptlse. Ills successor Is not vet announc ed. H0 la tile sixth editor tho paper has had In a llttlo over two years. Letters have lwon ti ceived from Fred' W. Chllds. a nephew of lion. A. 1. Chllds of this vlll'ige, who Is making a tour of ine wonu. no was nt nlinnchal When ho HMln ......I r... i.i nt. fWrn Vn o -o lege he was to lo tl,c ncxt d,1' for JI'"- IIc wrlt(,a Shanghai with Its hotels and stores, was ,..,.. ,. , , ' becoming much llko nn American city. The hotels were so crowded with tourists that for sever il elays he was entertained by an American nt a club befoie he- could Hccttro a room. After his I'cturn from Ma nila ho pioposes to vIsIL tho Interior of China. It Is unelo.Mtoo.l that during the past weelt fevci il choli'o trae'ts of pine woods In this county bnve bcedi purehnsi'el by parlies In the interest of a match company loentcd In Massachusetts, and that tlm timber on them Ih to be held In reserve wr future use. Ldwnrd Knnpp of this village who en listed In Company l Slth F. S. V., has linn niaelo a full corpora! In the company. Addle Kellcy, a miss of 11 years, was ,n a critical condition at her homo Friday "Milns. Sho was recoviTlng from an a -tack ot typhoiel fevor and Inte in the af ternoon 1.1 elrops of enrbo Ic acid was glv n her In mistiike for other mcelieiie. Tho iloctor we're in hopes last evening thai tho dose would not piove fatal. Sim is very popular ameiig her schoolina'cs. 1'elwanl J. Hall, who has been an lYnnato ef the insiiio asylum at Watrrbnry has rrrived home from that Institution. Dur ing these years that hi' has been away ho hn cons'aiu.y Inflate el that he was sane, and addrcs.-fil several lettes anil peti tions to th" governors of both Connei l cilt anil Mass ichti.-etts. Tlie'se- did no ftiod anil linally he niipeabd to Justice Tnfl ot the Supreme Court. His counsel heri' se cured a habeas corpus piocee.lngs find a heiring was held before Judge Tuft at M. ntpell. r last Saturday with tlio result that ho w.ii oielet'pel ellsehi rged from ilio asylum. Mr. Hall Is a gr.mdon of tin late ,x-governor inland Hall, anil only son of th" late John V. Hall, for many loots clerk of rieiinlngton county, ami I who after hl death was succe'cded hy hit; I son. The young man was also at the heael of a nourishing insurance agency licfuio going to the asylum and II is expected that lie will go Into tho business ai:i;u. ( hit'! k.m)i:n county. F.SSKX JUNCTION. It Is stat"d that the Central Vermont P.abway company Is planning to Inum l new station at Ibis place within the nff , year. The structure will be. of modern design anil with a capacity for handling the rapidly growing business of the road, it will lii located in the "V." The olllcials have not iPclilcil upon the slzo or archi tecture ot tho bulliling but there is reason to believe thut tho vlllago will have as lino a depot as Hero is on tlio lino of tho Central road. The depot iuw In use, will be torn down. The trucks will ho i ims-oll-dated and more mod- in methods In hand ling trains will be usi il. The piesent e'en- . tral Vermont depot was erected in lV2-'i. ' The road wis then known ns the Vcr- I mont and Cinada railroad. It v,n oper- I ated on a leasn from the eld Vermont Cen tral lo the Vermont and Canada. I'l'.ii road extended from tills place to Itoti.-cs Point. The men at the In ail of the e-om-pany wore John Smith nnd Lawrence Hraineid of St. Alburn and Jo-eph Clatk. Mllteii. Previous to the building ot tho present depot the station was located in the Y and wan an Insignificant struetuie. c. G. Williams became the agent fur tho load at tills place in Nov. 1W. His oftle.i In the old Y depot was no larger tiien a fair sized olothis closet. Here he did busi ness till the present building was nady for occupancy. t the time- of the i-onsti-iietiei of this building R was fully up to the requlrenunts i'Ut tho business of the load has gone nhead of Its capacity and 1 1lo present in.in-ugt-tnont of the Cenlial sews the Imuicill aie necessity of u new structure. 'Villi a new up-to-date depot and a con- snlldatleti of tho tracks it Hie yard thu mad will Im equipped for quick handling nt Its largely Increa.-eel liusiness, Charles Hiieou has llnk-dic-il clerking In . Read & nater,' htore. IO. R Russell has goro to Rutland whom ' ho bas a position as fureninn in the paint ! shops of the Rutland Hallway company, i Ills family will iein..ln here. Mrs. T. M. Stanley Is quite ill. i Mrs. I. H. Perkins, who lias been si rl- ' imsly 111 with stomach trouble was notj- , bly better Sunday and Monday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Faneuf move to St Johnsbmy this week. Fred Stevens, tho. man irnnsier ciem win move irum m. .iiiiiiiMiiiiry luio iiie tiiiuso occupieu u.v -nr. Faneuf and owned by SIlss Abblo Mitch ell. 'I he Homo Circle meets In tho W. It. C. had Friday nftcrnoon and evening. Tho uoiuil supper of brown bread, baked beans, cake, etc., will bo served frcm H to 7 o'clock. Re. anel Sirs. J. S. Goodall expect to start nest Tuesday for D.ulo City, Flu., whero they will spenel the - winter wllh their son. A largo lumber of tho friends of Sir. and Sirs. Runnel Slelelon gave them a surprise party at their home last Satur day evening. Tlu occasion was the I'.nh anniversary of their welding day. Sev eral presents were given them and rc freshm -nts we're serveel. Slis. -3. R. Fletcher and children, 1'3'h' 1 nnd Raymond, who have been visiting icl.itivos hole, returned lo llardwii'k Slon l.iy right. Henry Patnaud" rctiirncil fiom Walts llelel Slond ly night. Sir. and Mrs. Geoige Hill of SIInnisota, who we-ro tho guests of Sir, and Alls. T. SI. Stanley went to Itiii'llrgtou Tin-selny lo visit friends. Alllo Douglass, who lias been 111 is somo better. Rev. C. P. Taplln of SHIlon visited friends here Tuesday. Sirs J. P. Field has besn vlslllng In Hllliillglotl. I A. K. Clnse is vlslllng lu (ir.tnd Isle. I W INOOSKI. Frmk Dcforgo narrowly esouped sellout InJiiiy Saturilay at tho lime kiln, lie went down Into ono of the kilns lo work when some bricks fell on his head, si'verely cut ting and bruising bis head and face. He wns obliged lo have seven stitches ink n to closo the wound. Thanksgiving was well celebrated at II, 13. IViry's, thero being present thu grand- paients, Mr. and Sirs, J. SI. fieverani.n, their four children, Mr. nnd Sirs. Chns SlhlKV. three foils .mil .lniinhier! R. .1. Seeei-ntice. tnn nnil flntif-litr- I '.. I. Severance and .Mr. nnd Sirs. H. K. Perry nnei lour sons, Ono of tho fentures of tlio fnmllv is irn ernnrielilMrnn nl inider tbn ago of 7 years, tho oldest being 0 years and the youngest ten months of ago The two Polandcrs, Sllko Alex nnd SI mnn Wnrbonlwicz, of West Allen St . who were arrested Insl W.'dneFelay nlghl by Deputy llullou, w re taken lieforo Jastleii Clravvs Friday for Uiul. Alex was sun- mill. Arrests are expected to follow. K. C. Stockton has gono to Dunkirk, N. Y where he has a position ns bookkeeper for the Iliooks Locoinotlvo Works. Miss 15. F. KdwalilH lesuir.'-d her dtttlei "s tcaelier In Charlolto this week nfter t. three weeks' vacation. A v'rv I"-etty wedding took place at J r'nity Kplsropal church yesterday morn- mer when Miss Donna Mtta Imix was lim ' " '""iuii iihiiiium iliiikuhi n.ui Of L'lsM'X e)!!. rllln lirlilnl nnilc nnlnti.il the church a. exactly io:.) to "the 1"",(,,1rln 1;l,lnl cllorllf' l1'-''" ' I'acJcatd. Tho bride was rnwilral In n l.rnivn trnvnl In., .nil IrlmiTir.l gowned In u brown travelling suit trimmed With whlto ipplleiiie Ince and worn a large black hat. Tho ring service was usi d. Rov. A. C. C. Stockton performed the ceie- men nlng nt IOiW with Chief Judgt-T.ifi pi e Dr. O. W. l'eck, undo of the bride. i,g. Tlio conn calendar wis called and mcny. r.nvo her away. After the ceremony tho party left the church, Miss Packaid play ing Mindcls"ohirs Wceldlng mutch, nnd ilrovo to Colchester, where they took the noon train for Montreal. Tho happy ci'iiplo were tile recipients of many beau tlitil anil useiul gifts, ameing which wns a Slue check from the groom's parents, a $5 bill from Asher Hall, an uncle of the groom, set of sollel silver teaspoons, des-si-rt spoons anil tnblespnons lrma Dr. O. W. Pejk and wife, a beautiful oak chair, umbrella rack, a hiric amount nf silver Man?, several pictures, silver pudding tll"h, carving set. oak table, workhnckpt nnd otheis equally as bi'.-ititlful. Among thoso lire-sent Horn out of town were Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hall of F.ssex Center. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Cllffonl Hall of Hurllngton. Asher H ill nf Jericho Center, Mr. anil Mrs. N. Packnrd of Kssex, Ray Fox of Montpeller seminary, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hates of Westfexd and Miss Nora Peek of Cam bridge. A sad shock to this community Is tho announcement of the eleuth of Mrs. C. II. Shlpinnii. which cecum d esterday nftet noei about; l:"o. She was born at Wells River Fell. IS, Six montlis ago yes- teiday the phypiclnn was called for what sen'e1 a slight attack of pleuro pneumo nia. Silo has steadily failed from that time, consumption at last taking her away. Her parents ore b. Ih dead, her father dying about a year ago. She leaves a husband and an only son. Le-Roy, a sister, Sirs'. I. P. Titus of Ilarelwlrk. a brother, Harry A. Helton of White River Junetlon nnd a step-mother nt Waterbiiry. The berenveel all huvo th-- slniircst syn.p.nhy of tho whole community. Sirs. Shlpman was much beloved In nil social and religious circles. The funeral will probably be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30. SHULHL'RNC. Sir. and Sits. Luke Harrett are tho proud parents nf a tlno sen, while Sir. and Sirs. John Ready arc Just as happy over tho advent of a dnutrhtcr In their home. Rholburno Co-opemtivo creamery paid 51.02 for October milk. A quiet wedding took place In Illnes burgh Nov. 2S. The contracting par ties wev Sir.'. Jackmnn of that place and Geo. Hlilr of this town. Sir. and Mrs. Hialr came to Shelburno on Wedncsduy. wreio they will r.-side. Col. 'I'. C. Fletcher was at his farm a li v.- elays last week. Sli-n Nary ol Putllngton Is spending a week wllh her laivnls in Fast Sin lliurne. L. 13. Hunter is spinning a few days in the Queen Cty. Danied Finnessy moves his family to Buillngton this week and will reslelo nn Sot nee street. Sirs. A. J. Purcell died eaily Monday morning' at her home In Hast Shelburno. Her funeral was helei from St. Cather ine's church Wednesday. Charles Lapiere of this town and Slips Clara Hates of Wllllstou wire united in marilage on SIrnday at the bride's home. Rev. D. W. Dayton performing the cere mony. The Siindiy school class of the Metho dist LCpls.'opal church held a meeting Slon day evening and appointee the following ntiieers for the ensuing ycai : Superinten iluit. George K. Smith; llrst assistant, Mary Reael; second assistant, J. 13. Tracy, secretary, II. W. Tracy, Jr.; assistant, Lu cia Stoddirel; treasurer. Fannlo SleNell; librarian, A. W. Iturillck; organist, SIlss Smith; musical dlie-ctor, Alan Hlodgett. SOCTII I1URLINGTON. Miss Clara F. Snllna, who lias been visit ing ft lends in town for thu past three .Week", icturned In her school lu Berlin I Saturday. , I Sirs. L. L. Iithrop has returned homo i from Sliuitne- Icr. I The several schools in town navo c!o-ed foi the winter vacation. SIlss Annio Hout Iwe.l, toucher at district No. 3, avo an entertainment anil box social at the resi dence of Chester Steele hist Wcdueselay evening. Thero were 70 boxes .-olel. I amounting to $21.50, which is to go toward the purchase of a school library. Mrs. George Drink water and daugliter ; 0f Jericho spent Saturday atid Sunday with her parents, Sir. and Sirs. A. Rollins. Felwarel tliownell, wlnve death occurreel in Hurllngton last week, was a forner and much r speele-d citizen of this town. His family has the sympathy of many friends here. Alec Slaltland and wife of Ilurliiiglon visited his parents Sunday, SIILTON. Sir. and Sirs. A. II. Ashley are the hap py parents of a llttlo daughter, born Slon- elay. Sir. and Mis. Wlll.im Odlln of An- j ilnvir, SInss,, havo Leon vlsltlrc Sirs. Oil Hu'h parents, Hon. anil Sirs. .1. P. Clark. 1 Sirs. Gcmi-so Hall and Sllt-s W Inon.i ' Hrlghiim of Hurllngton spent Sunday at H. C. McNall's. SIlss Tliunipson of Fast lllghgaii. was in town to attend tho Thanksgiving dance. Tlio Young People's ni'wlj orgini7cd whist club meets thin week with Miss Winifred I'lynu. Str. ThomiH Itiown of St Albans was lu town on SIoiidiiy. -A mlsslonaiy service will ba held nt Trinity eliuirli the evi'iilng of Dc. cemher 11. Several clergy will be In nt teiulance, nnd all del oinlnatlons aro invi ted to attend. II. II. Fuller and Sliss Amanda Fuller spent i'hank.'-glvlng day In Geoivhi al Sirs. Airred Hyde's. Sliss Jen nie Rankin of Huiilnt'tiin spent it part of last week at her home. The filinds and relatives In town of HenJanVli R. I'alr-e-hlld of Ilelehertowii, Slitss., wcie slu-ck-ed to sen hH l.amo among tho lint of Hie dead in th" Philippine. Sir. l-'alrebllils enlisted last summ t in the 2iith icglincnt. lb- was 21 years old and hud been for some llnii a stntliii agent ut Chelsea. Mass. Noun of the particular luie been learned. lion. ,1. P. Clark and wife, Joseph Clark and Stls-i Helen Clnrk spent Tliaiil.sgivlng with Sir. C. ark's sisti r. Sirs. 13 W. Peek lu Hurlliiglnn.-Slr. and .Mrs. HII Harmim spent Thanksgiving with A. J. Wiiltte- inore in Hurllngton. nr. w. s. Nny or 1 nderlilll and Y. G Nay nf Jericho wero bo present at tho m town Ft Ida y to auction salo ot furnlturo nnd otlu things which belnngeel lo tneir ra(Ti"r s -inte every thing was disposal of ard M. Nay went home Saturilay with "i. G. Nay to mako her homo with him. O D. Henry, who hns bought tho plnce, will moyo thero nt once. Slips Viola Ward of Fairfax is at Iut aunt's, Sirs, II SI. Asbb-y's. and will attend the gra 1 el school,-1". J, Lara my and wife, Pit. r (Continued on Cth page.; A DIVORCE Asked by Julia Marlowe Ta ber From Robert S. Ta bcr of Stowe. DECISION IS RESERVED, Cimn Heard llefuro Cbtsf .Iililce Tatt In I.niniilllo ('utility Court Itopsli to tlio Court HoiiHO An Amnult anil Iliiigliirj' Cuno Iteforo Winli luctnii County Court. Hyde Park, Dec. .'.The December term ef Lamolllo County Court conione-d tins must of the cases dispose el of. The of Saxby vs. Tyler, which was tho brst nic on th i Jtie-v list was continued on ac count of th" Illness of the plaintiff. Saxby, and Ills attorney, It, A. Hunt. It Is cx perie'd that all th- other ease's set fur the Jury will be tie d with a poM.-dblo ex ( option of Nay v. Nyo. Tile lust i ise to be- tried by jurv Is the- Slltuson will ea-t". sn-calleel. G. SI. Powers nnd W. II. Par ker appenr for the proponent and Hates and Slay of St. Jolinsiniry anil R. W. Hul burd for the executor. Tho Jury will bo empanelled In this caso Wedliifday morn ing. Tills e-ase will doubtless occupy the attention of tho court the; week. bnlance of tho During tb" forenoon tiie enso of Julia Slarlowo Talvr vs. Robert S. Taher ot Htnwn was lieaiel hy tho ceurt. This is an application lor ellvoiee on the ground ot Intolerable -everlty and l eglrcl nnil in fii"al to support. The eleelslcii was re served. W. II. C. Stickle y of Hetlie-1 ap pealed for th" petitioner and L. C. Moody of Wati'i-bury for the defemlnnt. The following Is a list of I lie grand jur ors J. Ii. McCuen, Helvlilere; F. II. Ful IhiRlon and Grotgp Gilmore, Cainbrldge.; ij. C. Fletcher, Helen: II. D. Cook, Hhnoro; C. A. Knight and II. F. llurllnit, llyi'. Park; I. L. Pearl and J. A. Aneliew.-. Jn..n snn, A. H. Smith, O. I". Gates and C. A. Ille. SloiTistJWii; J. 11. Alger, Frank Gale anil H. H. Cobb of Siowo: Cl.auncey 'lilloisin, Wit"rvllle. SI. V. Rulloek ami SI. Ccnnnt, Wolcott. lion. I. L. Purl of Johnson was nppolnied fm nu-.n. Tiie Inside of tho court house presents a veiy tidy appearance Sine e the .Run term an addition bus been built In feel square, the llrst story Is of brick and nseei mr vaults for the accommodation of the coun ty euerk nnd Judge of probate. The Fec und st jit Is of wood nnd has bom llnlsheil with hard wood lloors. North Carolina pine wainsc illng nnil an elegant llro place This loon. Is ceserved especially for tho aceommoilitlon of tho enirt. The nnin eourt ruu.n has been sheathed till atMUiul Willi Nortli Carolina pine to a height of i feet. The r. mnlndei- of tho wall and the? celling overheud has been covered by a very tasteful design of metal ci lllrg and decorated with colors in u very artistic manner. New stufleel swing olllee e-helis have lie-en pravlel. 1 for the bar as we-U as for the court, lielow ail the olliei-s havo been remodelled, a hall hns been put through tho 'enter of the builellne, an ad ditional furnace ha hr.,.n put in tne celb.r and tho necitnmodatlons are much bettir tor everylijily than hen-tofoip. Shivltf Stevens Is now well piovlded w:ih nn oRl-o In the coutt house. WASHINGTON COUNTY COURT. A Nrgrei (hngeil With A 1 1 . ill pi I "g to Itnliiiiiil . s-iuli nn Old l.udi nn til 1. Slontpc-.Ier, Dee. Washington County Court reconvened at 2 o'clock this afte.--noon, Judge Thomvon pr- siding. The case of State vs. Oliver Osliuriic of Nortlu tield. the negro c-iiarg. d with burglary and felonious assault was taken up. The pro cess of polling the Jury oceupted'nn hou-. State' Attorney Hoar and C. SI. Davis appeared tor the State and H. SI. Harvey and I' . A. Hatley tor tne responueiu. e.. . Currier, city e'ligineer for Itarre, was tho llrst witness called and testllleel to makl'.i; a survey and drawing plans, produced in court, ot Sliss Jane Plngree-'s house in Norlhlle'.d wliem the alleged offences we.'o perpetrated. SIlss Piiigre", the lady upon whom tho assault was alligiel to have been made, U-stllii'il that she was tTT years old and lived alone ill her house with tile excep tion of two Inily bonrders.That on tho night of October 7, last, Mio was awaken ed about 4 o'clock Sunday morning by soiueiine fussing about her face. The room was nitch dark. Sin- tluew up her hands and spoke to the Intruder, whereupon ho grasped her hands, pinioned them to her Vireast, placed ei gag In her mouth and threatened to kill h"r if she mtidj any outcry. He -lskid wlicie he money wim and she told lilui she had none or .'he wiuld glw it to him. He removed tho gag and relented her bauds and then attempt cd to assnult her. At this Juncture tlio mini was alarmed by Mrs. Julia Durkee, cue of the noiuders, passing in tho hall with a light cntslih' tho bed room door, which was partly open. The man Jump ed and closed the door until he could break a chair In pieces, then ho opened the door nnd threw parts of the broken chair at -Mrs. Durki'e; then mado his es enpo through the nnntry window, whence he gnincel admittance. When In the ait of throwing tho pie-ces of chair tlio wit ness could .-eo Sirs. Durkee plainly anil also saw the man and Identltied the te sponelent In court ns being the same. Kx hlblts of burdocks found en the bcddi'i; and n slipper anil rubbed- found outsi.'o the pantry window were put Into the caso by the State. ADDISON COUNTY COURT Opening ef tlio llccunibi'i- Terin Criminal (aiie-H Tiikt-n V t'iNi-t Slldilleliury, Dec. a.-Thn Dee cmher lerm of Addison county court began Its cssli.u at the court house this morning. Tho iW ntul eourt calendar were cull eel and seveial cases martieel ror trial. The gen eral docket was then gono over and somo of the old cases weeded out. iiiks toni pletetl the work of tho monilng session. On the coining In of court In the aft. r noon the grand Jury and petit Jurors ap peared. The grand Jury was llrst charged by Judge Hciwell. After being swell' they wcie given into tlio charge' of Deputy Sheriff o.in A. Smith and retired and im mediately I'omincnccd work. Their busi ness will occupy the reit of the week, at len-t. The charge) to tlio petit July wa.-. a liiiid otic. r.utton and Hutton havo been ns.-lgned lo assist the State's attorney by trjing somo of the old enses on tho docket, while Sir. 1'bh is busy with tho grand Jury. A large number of Informations w re 11 ed In court this afternoon. The civil jurj lut went under without a slnglo trial. inc case oi Biniu aim r.mmn Nnternnu ?.!: II. Illlss dismissed for want ot Jurifellcih ii ... ...... ....... w n ... of tho court from which the npprul was tnken. The attendance of spectators has necn quiin largo nuci wri uniiounieaiy contlnuo so ns the ciimlnnl business be gins to-morrow morning. H13NNINC.TON COt'NTY COI RT Hcnnliigloii, Dec. 0, Thu December term of countycourt ope ned herothlfl aftcTiioon. Judeo Start presiding. Rov. Mr. Lnwson made the opening prayer. Among those he ro wero J. I,. Martin, Hrattloboro, Url te'el States district attorney; II. S. Miller, I'nlted State's postolTIco Itispe-etor and F S. I'latt of l'oultney. In reading the (ilockot epilte a ntimlier of events Incluil Ing tho celebrated niastnnbiin eiisew wero contlnucel. Tho Jury wero charged ami sivuiii. ju ijiil niu aiiivci en io ineir names. Tin' llrst trial will bo that rf Hcmls vs. Hrown of Re-ndsboro, brought to recover on contract nnd which lias onco been tried and returned hy tho tu prcnio court from an nppenl. LONO CASK IN WINDSOR COUNTY. Wooelstock, Vt.. Dec. C Tho rest of tho week will ho taken up with court busi ness In Windsor County Court which ts.ion o! to-elay. Owing to other engagements of counsel In tlio llrst cases on tho civil ilockot thero will be no Jury trial till next Monday and tlio petit Jurors were excussd till then. Only one or two cases have bei'n taken from tho docket nnd there promises to be n large number of crlmln nl canes. The grand Jury will remain In session during tho week. Hx-Oov. Dil lingham Is hero as rotineeI In tho caso of Spencer vs. thei estate of ShiTty. In the ease of Clyde H. lienedlet ngainst the Tun lirldge Fair I'oclety It Is said 75 wltne-fflo will be euimmcneel. THE ELY COPPER MINES SOLD. (leo, Wentlnglii uh, 1 iiTnntni-of tbn Vet-lii'.-linii.i- Air I'.rnkc, the Inri'iitnr. llradford, Dec. Ti. There Is great rejoic ing here ov. r tho sale of the tity copper mines, which was oilidally atin-junceel yes lirdiy. The sale is to Gmrg. Westlr.j. Iiouse of Pittsburg. Pa., the Inventor of the WcMtlnghr.ttse air larnkc and the hciid of the great tbvtrlc I 'unpany or the satno niiiue. Oetoher 12 Sir. Weslingliouse was alien until November 22 to hao Ills tltio expert, Thomas S. Hee'c'ier of the Now Vork llrm of Sew.ild. Guthrie Steele, examine" the title to the propeity. Alilch w.i doim and reporteel tn ho satisfactory, and nn th" lattir date the lltsi payim lit ot $H',iV) was depnslteil v illi the .Stnnibiie! Trust company of Niw York ns Joint tins. tee for tho purchaser nnd seller, and ten elays tlmo allowed for the delivery nf deeds, at which time tho second payment of ,l,i,lV) wll be deposited with the trustei , n'r.d thereafter every time months pay ments are to lie inneic, which will ho dis tributed to the bondholders ef tho mining eomiany until the purchasing price is paid. The Hradford Savings bank and Trust Co. will realize tieuily tho whole amount of its claim, which Is a most fnvorablu outcome, and all miration between tho bank nnd Sir. Stralr.c, fo far cs the min ing property is an cmed will be seltled by the anungemcnt. FOR ILL-GAL FISHING. w Men Tube II ht- I'lne in Addlvon e o.i li Con 1 1 -Mime t.lqu -r Ou-e-. Sliddieluiry, Dec. C Addison County Court opened In dun form Wednesdiy morning. z Stilton Wing of Rochester plead .1 guilty to il.egal fishing unci was lined M) and costs. II. L. Leonard of Hrnndon was charged with catching trout under e-Izo In Goshen nnil pleaded guilty of having ono hun dreel. He was tlned $100 and costs. So far tho docket entries show eight discontinuances and 10 continuances, one dismissal. Fifty-two cases are mniked for tiial or hearing nnd live nul prosseel. Honds were cal.ed and l'oifoite?d in the case of Harriet Illpman nnd n bench war rant ordered to Issue. The amount 1-5 $.() anil the bendsmnn is Daniel Slcneler. George Kidder entered a plea ot guilty of one lit st offense under the liquor law and was lini-d S.V) and costs. O. S. King of Rlpton on an appeal from a Ripton justice ease entered a pla of gul tv eif being found Intoxicated and .vis lined and e ost.s $24. M. He was commu ted to 1ail for falling to make dlselo.-ute. An affidavit for continuance In the ca-e of Slate vs. Sylvester St. Klser for as sault was heaid. Tho court ordered the case held open. Sliss Slnry Netz of Ferrlsburgh was broi'glit lu nnd nrrnlgnud on a charge of grand larceny. Her trial Is set down for Friday morning. SIONITKLIHR I3LKCTP.lt "S START. Stontpclier, Dec. C Tho operation of the electric, railway in this city was resumed to-elay after a tie-up of nearly nine days. The snow nnd mud covereel tracks wero cleared by men with picks anil .dnvels and the electric sweeper. The llrst car apear'i-d about 10 a. m. VI3R.MONT PHNSIONF.nS. Washington, Dec. H. Increase, , Henry re-Issue, oiiginul Nov. 22. $10. W. York, West Holton, SI to $10; Thos. Carmody, Sprlnglleld $17; widows, etc., special aciTued Frederick W. Steele, Northfleld, COUNT TOLSTOI VERY ILL. London, Dec. C A special despatch from Herlin says that Count Tolstoi bus been seilously ill. For two elays he was un conscious lint lie is now .slight'- bet .er, although great anxiety ! still manifested in Sloscow ie-garelitig him. -Jo.- - The House iof Isstens BY THEODORE ROBERTS Thero are lovs stories that nro simply sweetly told talcs. Thero are others in which the love tale, sweet in itself, is made n part of an exciting plot. "Tho House of Isstens" is one of the latter. It is a story of the olden time i when thero were knights and ladies and , , ...n ne..nl T .1 1YUIII UKlieillS 1 i' 11.111111. 11 ! till mirably told and tasctunting from begin ning to end. Wo have purchased the serial rights for this neighborhood and the first chap. Urs will appear soon. 34v-'--UwAt..'4. GIVES UP JOB Constructor Ward Cannot Construct a Dam Bolton Falls. at HAS LEFT THE COUNTRY, Hie CntiflolielatPil Lighting ('ntnpiuiy nf .ilontprllnr IIhv Sercurrd hii Injunc tion Against tho Itriunml or the Slurliim-ry IVHI Put lu a New (luiiC-Couit Nchs. Montpeller, Dec. -W II. contractor, who has i.. . ; . Ward. ru. i,i, i t dam at Holton F.ij, -, n t nnd departed I;. I. . : esj hia me n to t.il.' I .v ( '1 ug l le wm 1. i I 14, i rii otlier uppautu- i.-. I i . ilam an(l the y ji . dismantling. it appeals that .-iim . tl cd by h'gli wnt. i . , i nl ci nttai mi- had be. o-n, v. nc. . ..me three, m i k of tlio II i-li t'Liard- n.i Mi Waul i xpi . tlm il i p 'il , .'li',. ., 'I W . II. I. am,, the eu'iii. g' -t' d In Mr. W.inl i.i i' wn- iioi t,, thoug'it . His in wre ve en , i jig t V.ij. II. and alt lie i u.n SIi. V 1. niii.g 1 I .r eiinugh ... that had In m a d II lie Well tn . ill then went ,ib 1 1 , '.i,-t ii.i m i I i.i.:, lit. .u i i irnsiir Hi. I'his w.i. - i-narii. i .y ni-iniii . iliat it w.i pi. i. ! . n S itiu.l t nut .ik.iri i nun a. , ..i (Hi 'I u. -nc. r L,it.. i fur; if r with tlu- work ,., I to -u. ni nd opci. iti. in- .Mi him tn re . . n.-.'l. r hi- i n-1. him to g . Willi him ti mi et i,i.. otlb ia , r Llthm g . nmp in) ,t- ii I tie j. ilj lie Ml line i" d.lli. up . -i r.u ., . -' how ' ' 1 . il 1 not . nlr l 1 w . inn iii-.sf d on I. i it,- Lang , an I .i -.'p- i. r i t.i ; ! i W. i I . bun i' Mi i tic r i H-'lurc hi- eb'pai--iu Mr L. tiig - -c i i i ' an ir -' I .- from Sir. Ward i w ri . ,i po.-itcii in the matter unl contlni.. the work, i -n T .Mr. Lang and F. O. S'i . hi, r fa- ., y lay n U 1. V.hn . ' Holton I ai 1 i n con,.-r. .. i sumes Sir. Lang'- clipi. - .. in th" utti-r'.- al. -en, , i with .he lighLim; tin Ir a torney.- in ' "in .ii fi'n ill- t t.n- i s The ' mi r,i t between the company and Mr W.n.t ,n - i . r i c, r i leles that it tin . n-iti h -, r tie-.. . refuse-, to do the woi k pr-ipeily the puny, af-'-r glv.n,' h.m six ay-.' r; shall Pac the light lo I- ' a no-1. charge ot the work. ill. r lymn;- io o htie-ossors to lie deduct, d 'Mm .n" coi -tract prb-e iti be i ul Sir irJ. As th" ilismnnthng of tne m clur.-ry i tlio plant was in ingi.--- and 'he w-itc already .h eomplif bed uj.on tlio d. m, threaten. i, f.i; d.n nr. c wa- b r I upon .Mr. Wnid Tin -d iv -i- ilng -mi the sane- time th- conii .n y p. -,i i-.e 1 Judge Thompson te. gr.m' . i mi restrair.irg Sir. Ward tr-m r-moi g I s machinery at the- pi int. Th- muii was granted and prm -- sir.- I t. I n . p ii an i I i - V I 'lit .. r - morning. When Sir Wiri uiln nri pnratus was installed t il, pl.nr company bore vi i i- . t ,t th ted expense of get-in -r it 11 i" .in I ting It in puee. T --. j r... odni-:-ot course deny work ; ,h .laer f least the tlm- lequir. d in t'n nm ce oil on Sir. Ward. in.-, at t - olr.i i.n n ' a w r w Mi-. company plan to proceed with 'h with a n. w fori e, if nee--sn Wrard's discouragement Is nauir to the repeated losses he has -nit his efforts to construct the dam Falls. y el 'd at t JULIA MARLOWE TABER Alleges 'Hint Her Ilnitbnud Wa o Jeul oim of Iim Sncce Thut II i C ItoUcd ml Ulliviwine .Malt! e itetl Her. Hyde Park. Dec. C In the divorce of Julia Marlowe Taher vs. Robert S 1 ber, In Lamoille County Court ye - . . the testimony Indicated that Til"-r i i became" Jealous of Ills wile on .mom,- more favorable reports by the pr..--her acting than of Ills and trom that t n, which was in IsmI, began to show a i . like for her, which continued m in r j s until September. IsSs. On two dlfti'ient occ.tsi -is Sir i". I iccame so enraged that in siic l V,. s. Tuber by the thrci' ind choked Iv r s -ver-ly. This happened nine Iti New Yo i! uiul once In I'tali. At anol'ur time, in A -lanta, Ga.. he was so inragul on p id tlu- compllment.s punl Ii. r b the tn w -per-, that lit- ovirtlmw a table at v l they were ..itli.g nr. akfasi and , .' . I her nt lu-r li'.digiir. i Niitlier Sirs. Tabu- nor Mr. Talv-r a In court and tno.-L nf tin e.i di nee was su! mltteel by affidavit. Sli-i Dnlcy, wlio ha.s P.ve Mr-. Ti' i ( maid tor sevetal yeir-. Was pre-ci.t m eourt ..nd tiMlied to sec it g Sir I',1 r seize Mri-. Til.ii l 'lie throat, her sever, iy while ih y we-r? .n I t.l An agre'tinin; wa ti 1 cl '.itween '.In i ties tliat in 'a.-. 'In Pi I i- gran Tabi r -hniild r ..lit an .iimony I M The dec. si. in of th . "lift has not 1 1 i ar.iioinceil. This nioinin-' a i trv w i- empau .1 the Stinson Wll . i-. TI .- is nn . , . .1 by Anna Pinny of C.iri'inlge a gi.n ' daughter, Irum th .1 . -i.ei n' th p -i bate court m e -I iblihhiiig ' 1 c will nf i !- erine Stin-on. in tin u-i-.n nd nt ii'i.i lnlliienee. Pow. i.- .V ( In n. j and W il Parker appear lor lln i nn:e-t nr. .' Hates Sla of St. Jolmsbury ami R v Hulburd of 1 lytic Park for the . c ., This ease will probably occui y the . 1 1 . i. -lion of thu court until Friday. ALLEGED BURGLARS SECURED. 1 nken from Trn.i, X, V , on the Oovrrn m ' lte iiii.ltini ami lliiiiight to Iten- IllllUtiill. Hennlngton, Dec. . Shci Iff Wilson ,11 ili'd here this uMcing frmu Trn Inn,. i",s wnh him Chailcs Frazler, W'.il mi Ita'ph and PVaiik Prlmio-c, who w n ..t re sied near Troy for burglnrv co.uaii't d at the Htore of W. P. M.utli.in in riiatii Shafisbiii-y, November U lan. ine pirtics also reuiiicu tin postopicc at the eaui tlmo but tho postal autheiitirs bale taken no action as yet. The men wcro ar.TStcd tho clay following the bur- ' Slnry after quite a battle- dining which ZTt iVo.o' l'.,,, Slates Ciimmlssionar Lar.dcin in Tvoi ami who to-day dlschtirged them as far jb tha government Is concerned when they wtru , immeellatoly arrested for burglary. When irrei'ed they had quite a lot e proierty fr mi Slanlson's storo in th tr possi -shui Tney will h.ic a licar'ng S. - I in-day i In i w iclurncil on the K"vcr- I l.ii' a requisition.