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THE BURLINGTON FREE iJRESS: THURSDAY. MAttGIf 3, 1901.
CITY NEWS. No store over "foil behind" If the ml Tortlshig was iidoiiuntr urorully planned, )n p. ri l iimt placed. 'I ho ( 'r (if F.Mo l. llnwsnn VS. 1. I. Peroii.l wns lllod Monday In tin- dimi ty iUrkn oilier. It Is mi notion nt trover. H, P Shaw r epulis a very pleasant win ter nt lledluiids, t'ul. Mln orange etop l expelled to oiiuiil iiliout J.o'io boxes. ( Ink Mitchell nt Mlllnti has tiiki ii u Jill, illnll IIS t'lotk III till! Slioril'ood llllUM) mid began Ins dilllia there Tuesday. Mr iiml Mr.". M. 1'. l.'inioroux uf Pnn versi court arc receiving congratulations ii r tin arrival of a ton pound bnby Rlrl, tioin S nduy. Tin ii' ate no changes la prices in the loi.tl markets this week, except Hint cws have dropped it llttlo In price ami aro now sclllmr l 4u cents a dozen. Tin democrats celebrated their lctory In Hie local election at Hie cltv hall hint evening with speeches hy Mayor Iturke, al lernicn-elect llermala and Wlllktrd and other. Jnlgmont was rendered Monday In Clt court 111 the ease of C F. l'.nokwood A Co. vs, 1j. 1). McLeod for the pliilnllff to recover damages of JlJUS ami costs of $,.('.'. Alec Martin of St. Albans, who was lirrcstul at the Fultod States court rooms for being drunk, was tried Thursday be fore Jim ice F. CI. Webster and was lined 5 'ind costs. '1 he warm sun and south wind caused the snow to dlsipp".ir lory rapidly -terday and a few wagons were brought out on the business slicels the latter part ot the iftcrnoon. AVonl was rei clvd In this c'ty Mon day of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ii. Charles O'Connor of Fllchhurg, Mas, Mrs. O'Connor was formerly Miss I.lzzle O'llrlen of this city. Vhe Woman's Aulllary of the Y. M. C. A have engaged Justice David J. Iln wer of the I'nltenl Slates Supiomo Court to true a lictuie In the association hall on the t veiling of Apt II 1. A divorce petition was Med Saturday In county clerk's ollice by Cora 15. I lam ilioti is. ltcyal 1. Hamilton. The chuli- it) cast of Coo Muluck vs. Norman A. .1 it i s w is also Hied. A petltim In bankruptcy was filed l ino -rl n in ii. T. Tnwnsond. a granite I i.iimtai t r "f lluidwlek. He lias 11a bHIld or $:'S7.:.i'!i and assets of $92.2., of width $',i.' lie i 1. ilmcd exempt. Mi II r, Tlnimas. sister of Dr. L. M. I h, m of this tlty, died Fchruniy -7 . Mir ii'i; img illness at her homo In J. ii eli. null . The fnneril van held t ii ! licsdni , March '.', al J p. m. i i'i l'i bra uy i Miss Anna f. I.'.istwond i I. ln.itiit tin llrst birthday n mil vomit ry s' has l.ad for eight yc nr.-. Manv of her n morons friends called upon her bringing congratulations, good wishes and gifts. '''here was an unusually largo i.ltonil- imro at 'ho 1'nlt.irlai! Church sociable 1'rlday i veiling, so law in l'.iel that the i niild not be .'iceommod.ited at the Hist table The usual appetizing supper was served. charlis IJeitrs was anor-tcd Monday for spitthiB on the Hour of an electric ear. He was lined $1 and o-ls by Justice P. ii. "Webster Charles Cal.-e was arraigned be fore Jtistli f Webster for beliur drunk, lie lurnlshed ball and was n b ased. llugl , the ten-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs Amos Puby of Sli'dlmine, .bed Thursdi, v morning after a short illness of nppeniin itls. The (mural took pln e f'll dny aftentoon at two o'elu k liom Trinity Obrrch, wilh lntet mcnl in the ullage etmcUre '"be dmrtnis of the Baldwin lt t' lur r itor eotui,niv al a nmiing held Mondav cloted (!ooii;e A. Hall a di l'ei I ir I (HI the .i(.ine i.iused by the . ".ith of A C. Tattle. Thee .iNo i Ii cied I II Sm.llle.l. president, to SIH'eeifl A. J'uttl I mil Nil. is l.yinan. u iiresi- I a.i i ill i ii in hankriipii wile tbrd lildii 'I ik Jewelry firm of Willis ,V M i in of .-i Albans has liabilities nt J f 'Ii'i 11 I il-f ts of $1. Iju, ol which $r!.iiOi eimn's of sbiik in trade, lleiuv P. Vo- 1 r,li a mai bi'dst of ltiitlaiol. has li.ibili I of r.i.l IH and assets of $IJi ot which 5 ' an 1 umod exempt. In tl list of ib li-iiates to the national fi A 1! eiieampmenl In llo-ton, eleoioil v the irnioiit cbi:ii I m"iil at Mortis-MP- on I'obrtinry 1 and piibliliid In last o(i..s I'n i Pros.-, the iiauu- of II. . A'b'i i I Ibis city is d'b L'ah -al-l,irso (ind ol ' I' I o.ii h. iil-ii of tnis oily, as iilti ruiite wio omitted. Mi Jul M.o k of Shelliiiino. who fell in i br d.r 1 r bii lht'oo weeks iiro, dint I i in CM'ituR. She was ihe mother of Mi J P.icckonrldRo of this oit. la i .i si of .Mr'. Mary M. Lowell s. .loi'ii f"i ,1 iv.h doi Idod Saturday in oil v i 'iit limnm'- ol $'u'.'l and oosls of J ill hum: aw. '"Inl to the idalnl irf. I'red c Ihain. who for the past seven ' I Ii ! born employed by the New "Wnk Hi .cult company, has n-sluncd his pi lie n at that place and tuilshod his ilutles Saturday. Ho will have shortly to lm on his farm la South UurlhiRton. Ills P 'i t the blsouit company will be taken l.v i.dward Illis of St. Paul street. A lnrRO crowd of pai ishlonera iathctcd ) the parlors of the Methodist Church ) " l.i evening the occasion bohiR ono of tin i' I l-monlhly .sociables. Following lie Mipprr a short musical proRtamme w J- rim ii. IncludniR a solo by Mrs. A. M. 3 nd i I. banjo solos by Charles N. Per-- s ill piano solo by Kuroiiu Joyner. r rait pom the 15th cavalry by tho l mi i f Cappcll. who was rnently tried I iit martial at Port Lilian Allen It -nltinR Indies n ml disorderly con d t on oin ol the rsox cars, his re nt o nntenoe of clRht months' hard v, ik In ch. iro of a post sentry at tho e, r. ho'is .mil to iay a line of iSO. This la is lie " ir who was brought to trial by a lirtt w wjiiI of the third snuadroii. Mis ria Tic man. widow of Ijornard 'I hi i. iiii died at llio homo of her daURh I r Mr i: II. Iloyie, on Poail St. riini ii ' morninir at l.;u n'cloik Slu was I 'f aRo She is ftiinlvnl. besides Mr. l.ovce. bv two other d.iURhteis, Mrs, Ji r. O lirb n of Montreal, Mrs Juliu s " a Ornnni of Mnlono, . y . and thre-e t- IIurIi oi Port Jervb. N. V . John ol H i mlcr PalK. N. V., and William of tl i it Tie loinains were taken to Monlpii 1 Tuesday for Intel menl. Mis William LlmoRo died at her home un Klmwood nii'iiuo Saturday nioinmtf al BM'i o'cloik after an Illness of only ;t linnr Friday morning xhe was taken with coin 'dsloi s and raplly glow worse, until t-hc died She was IS years of iiro, and Is suivlved by her husband, a mother, Mis I'renler. and Iw-o brothers, Arthur tm I (!oori!o Punier. The funeral wis laid from SI. Joseph's Chinch Monday nii rnli r i t nine o'clock. Interment w.im In Munt Ciliary cemetery. 4 Charles Iteiies. a Wlnooskl youth who has graced Ihe interior of the Justice court til n ver il pnilnus o. easlons, again mode Ills i ppen rn nee Mondav beloie Jusileo F I., Craves in Wmooskl. Heeves was rl, iRod with tho larceny of it salohul liom Ihe rear of the sMgh of a Mis. At'icrton at Wlnooskl on Katurlny. Ho was nrristod by Ollloor llorgeron and luought to Ihls tlty. In his trial he pload ! 1 Rinltv and was lined and eos, vlilcb lc ni. id" uiraugemouts to pay. Qrand .1 in or Homy Coulin priisoeuted. I'wii lee l ulls of the ,",th cavalry, one flout llurllngtiiu, iiamd McCowun, and aiiolhc r who lately enlisted at Huston ule In tho Riiaiel Inn. so at Foil Lilian Alliu for pelit laioeni. 'Ihe nun were In an InioNleutt d stale last Satulila.i C'vonlng nan wont ii the Kllcnen, whole Ihey up piopi tateii f i lam t l.i puiiiiils of beef and look II lo Ha cellar of tin Ir Uoop nim iii-ii iiiioou II oil Hie lire Tin theft U1 uponeci ii Up. (ll n,(. , 1 " l"' ol Mir IlllliaoeS loslilied llllll ll' ll. I oi (f(sl f, Wl, ,R mi lu (he b.is"inent They v. Ill probably an swer befon a nenrral court martial for their offense. SOLDIERS IN TROUBLE, Two of Tlirni Will Tried li.v fonrt Marllnl nt Purl P.tlinn Allen. (JeotRe Miliowiiu, who Is In Ihe Ritiird house al Pod Ktluiu Allen eluirRed with sleulbiR beef ft out Ihe kitchen of his troop lust ,yaHii'diiJ evenlnp, will also niiiwor before a urin r.il lottrt mnrtlul when he Is lilnl for frandulent enlltmen(. Me!ov au's home it In IturlhiKton ami he etillslrd Inst Deeeinbir nl the post for Ihe 1Mb cavalry, Lately It has come to the iiollce of his ciiplulu Hint he hud s"i veil a sen teiue of VS days at Itutland for tlie ihefl of Roods, for which he was convicted In JIurllnRtoti, One of Hie clauses which ro ern aiilleanls for enlistment says: "pr i sons who have beon convicted of n felony or who have been lmrloiied under sen tence of u civil court In any reformatory. Jnll or penitentiary will not be enlisted (or the service." lie will also be ehaiRed with conduct unbecomltiK a soldier and a Renlletnaii. Another man, who Is also n recruit, will be ehaiKul with p"tty larceny. Ills name Is llrennan and his resklcncu 1h In the vi cinity of Muslim. CLEAN SWEEP EXPECTED. All Oltle.H I'iimkIIiIo MII lie Pilled hy Ui'iiincrnlM nfler April 2.. On tho principle unit "to the vlctots be lorn; the spoils" the democrats are al ready considiibiir how they will 1111 the various city otllces. That there will be a clean swr "0 is In voiid qti' stlon. One ileum era I prommei.t in the paity, suited ;.o lerd.iy that Hieie would lm a tboioURh ehatiRc. lie slid the republicans cleaned out tho ilcmortius Un years uro and now It was the te'tiiocrntit: turn, The mime ol J A. lirowti Is belnR free ly illscus-cd for tin position of city clerk, while J. J. l.arlRht Is mentioned for tlty Ueasurcr. J. II. Hrodle, deiuty shot iff, has been iiantloned for chief of police, although some s iy that Chief Hussell will be letamed in that capacity. V. A. linl lurd can piobably have the odlee of city nltorney If he wants II. while C. O. Oraton Is I. ilked ol for city urand juror. The othi f otllces have Hot been dls. iM'-srd so fpoly but there will be no huk of candidates for them. FIRE IN OIL ROOM. Plrr Keii.'irlinriil ailed Small lllne miller P. V, Out P.orl.v for Wnlrr Tnuk. 'Ihe enllie the ilepaitmenl had a lon ruu al iinout one o'clock this innrninir In lespon-'e to a eall from hov "ii it Crane's mill. Tin f.re wa but a small oin and was loi.itid in an oil mom under thp water tank of the Central Vermont Hull road i ompany, some oil-soaked waste hnibiR' bicouie Icnlted. The prompt arrival of the department prevented seilous data- I1RC. NEWS OF VERMONT Morr linpnrlnnt P.eiil Croupril Pree Pros lliailers llenlli of Oiileniirlnn In ( innilri, Mis .l.inr ICeyos. died ,it the home of le r -"ii, tsaae ii yos. In ( oventiy on Mondav. l'ebiuaij- It.', si Rod Phi yeais and two months and 'X davs. She celebiated her iciiteunial only H oontly. when she seomi-tl very smart for one of la r iirc. She was a prominent ne inker of the YV. f, 'I'. P. and the p.i p-i m had an .tended notb e of her and the cob-bra lion only a few weeks ago. MAN ni'.OWXKH IN' CASTLPTi )N. The bod.i ot A. was found tin' l emote M I'ouald. aRod Caslb'ton rhor. .ir. Iirai In llio l btldRi. iliiirlillm' by had lived about si C.nl V 1- n Castlolon look vesli rday .McDniiald bin '. lb Hit two months. Two w. ol;s ,i;n his wife left him. RouiR to Now Jersey to He. Since tin n be had In en staying at the Iloinoseon House and working In the .lor.es ciua.'ry. lie bud born drinking some of lale, but was sober Tuesday night, liming the day be bad b'en ib'spondei.t. lie re tired at eleven iVilnek. having II (or ll vi o'i look in the moiuim.. Winn en on.plo.io wont to call him hi- looai w.i.-- toand lo 1 nipt. Marli.- In tie snow showed wloio Mellonabl bad sat on the edge of the bridge and u Is not know,, v. hollior ho umipod Into the river m fell "ff Ihe bridge. Ppon ovnminMiuti the oe'isiahle and sele'tiiion found that pa pers hi the inan'rt poekits were no wei, hidloaling that ho had l.ot been in ih,. water long. The body hud Una tod 'i little way fioni Hi" budge. It was remni,l to an undertakers anil McDonalds la. a hel lo Piandou was notified of bis iirath. VOTICS I'fllt XLW niilDiSK. The town ol Kooklngbani votenl Tues diiy to appropriate jrj.1,ij toward freeing tho toll brl lg" across (ho i 'onneotleul river and building n now one It Is ,.. peotod that Walpole, N. II., will piy $,'),tW for i he same purpose. SI'KCIAI, ICLLCTION. A sj-eeial order is-mcd from I h- adjul-ant-Rcnorars office; in Fairlee, orders an eloi'tlon lo bo held to nil the office of second lleiilennnt, Iu Company A, First icRlmcnt, Veriiiont National Ouard, which has become vacant by the resignation of Scerind I. lent. f. II. Harrison, and surh other vacnncles as ma occur In Hutl ind on the 12th rtnv or March. WM. ill 7ji o'clock p. m. Major II. Edward D.ior'ls nuthorized to preside al Ihe eleetlou. The Stale Orange will meet at Hollows Falls next year and it was voted Tues day In stive the nssooUtlon the free uso of tho opera house for the occasion. GETTING FLEETS READY. ItiiNnliinN lliiNhlnc Work on lllnek Sen mid lllilllc Kleetn C'lilurxp Arrest oil. St. Petersburg. March 2. According to a spiclal despati h from I'ort Atthnr, Lil flilnese have len arresti'd there for slg.iellhlP' to the Japanese ships trom (he shore with flashlights and lanterns. A winning has linn Issue 1 that similar of fenders will hereafter be tioatod us spies and shot. Although H Is denied that the present plans of the admiralty eouteniplal o (he dof'pnUh of either the lllaek wi or liable (bits to the Far Past, both ale being piepared with the greatci.1 hnstn lo mi et nny omcmency that may atlso. Ouieral Allv.itor, lb" Hrlillery speclullst, am) Ad miral erkhosky have been in"peetlng the shllis and crews or the lllaek Ken licet. Work on the warships is being pushed night and day. The battleship Hoiodino. Hie bnttleshlp On 1, and the transport Kamtchatka are Hearing completion at the admiralty dock yards here. In the ibad of iiIkIH tlie kc bound Neva I like an Arcllc landscape lighted for half a mile b the lUre of blazing stacks, (he sllcm btoken by the din of drumming hammirs. The battleship Hoiodino must bo to Cioiisiaill to icroive her armor, taken in. I ii is ri (lorted thai the Ice breaker F,ima will be brought fiom Itevnl lo out a chap, nil In the arsenal there The battleship AloMindt r III, at Cror stad I. Is olio nly and Ihe Russian Hoot rocenlly at Jiliulll, I'leiieb SotiialManil Is roturniiiR so that when the spring opens Jlussln will have an Imposing naval army In the liable. About Ni volunteer workmen have leit hero to work al Ihe docky.nds of Port Arthur Mti'd Vlndlvostok. UOF.S NOT I.llii: OPIt JOY. SI. I 'el ei slum;. March ".-The Novoe 'i"iiiy,i to-day pi luls un editorial on Ihe "AuKlo-Kaxtou rejoicliiR lu KiirIuiuI ami Atuirica at Ihe ii-port- of Japanese v I. lories," In which il says: "The wiioh. world wllh then- i Moptlons icille 1 1 1 1 1 1 the lluiislan oocupalloii of Miiuchutl.i iinilld beuotll clvlliznllnii " Von don't i Inse oiir lorn for a dai evoi'i once in a while hill Hint would be as wim is lo drop iinr new-paper mil et ll.-hiR ir ,i dav now and llieu COUNTY COURT IN SEESION No Cases Can Be Tried by Jury until Next Monday. Announcement MnriV Thai M'lllUlon Case nealnsl Ciilllc Coiiiiiibislnnrrs Mill I'rolmlil.v Never Hp Tried ieTnl Pnsri lllseoiilluiied. The Marih term of Chlllenden eounl rotli I opi ned yoslerday with Judge l.ni o land Munsou iuosIiIIhr, tip. day beliiR oo otipled with falling Ihe doekel iinrl hear lug luollolis offered by illlfereul aHorno.is. The petit Jury was not In nltondance! ami will not be until next Monday. Court convened nt leu o'clock and was opened with prayer bv the Itov. tJenrgo Y, llllsfl and the usual proclamations by Sheriff llorlon. The ease of Cirrle Uig Klns of Wllliston vs. Mruest J. Hitchcock was to have boon taken up yesterday, a struck Jui y havliiR been empaneled, hut It has boon oontlnttod by agreement, owlnR lo the illness of Mrs. LorrIiis, and the jurors have been notllled not lo ap pear. The acilon was broiiRht hy Mrs. i LoRglns lo recover damages of Soi for a held or cattle that wole killed In Wlllis ton In imll at the Instance of Mr. Hitch cock, who was a member of the State board of cattle commissioners, It was an tioiinceil by Attorney Mower, who appears for Mr. Hitchcock, that the case would probably be taken from the docket In the course of a in ok und would never come to trial. Owing lo the faet that this ease was not ready for trial no other oases eould bo taken up, ns the Jniy was not in attend ance. The entire morning was occupied with culling the docket. The lury docket comprises 12 eases and of that number 2 will be tiled this tetm, acconllng to tho statements ol attorneys vosteiday. It Is probable, bow. ver, that some of them will be continued or settled. There are also a large number ot court cases to be hoard, AmoiiR the more Important eases lo he tried Is Hi, it of Alclei'man (i, Q. Stiles vs. Policemen ii. L. Watson and M. f. tlrnton. The action Is brought to lecoier damages for the at rest of the plaintiff b.i the ilc',i;d,ini- on a w; rranl Issued bi Alderman Sh"n. who had been i looted temporary chairman of the boaul at a mooting wlo'ii only a mlnollty of the members were pieseni. The i is., will not be taken up until late In Hie term. Anothi r ease i;Mt will take ota idorable lime Is that of Mary A. Campbell vs. Lllon McCngo. a suit tor alienation of affections. Tills ease was trlort oin o but owing lo the deith or the court npotiir will have to bo retried. The i as,, or the Liimlore North Ann rlo.m Co vs Fred S Hinds, for which a stluck pirv lias luin drawn, will he takin up .Maun II liy spot in I .'issipnmo'it Two olber tascs Hint will atlrnM iitiun thin usual notln- nro Ihose or I Miilllpi Oltaril. i Montreal priest, vs. J. I!. Me Mabon and Mrs. Selllo Prior, in tious tnr the leoovery or damages for .illoged .-l.u,.-or and false impri-onim nt. Tb" priest w is arii. slid on a i luirgo of having com mitted a inuglary at St. Marv's c.itlio dt il. other ea.es s, r,,r ir:. up : F.liza II. Ma vs. nllve I'lilnmi. IMgai S lb..vt vs. estate Lmllv L. Ilo.vt. Moi'ormiek Har vesting c'o. v. Llla II. May. W. i ). ISald win vs. (ieorce c. p.euclei. p. K. Whll ooinb vs. Lucy Ann Noble's est;1ie. Late H. Kus, , ( ,. P, rgusoii. Nareisse Oagnler i thr I'm tor Soreen Mr. Co.. Plor'ic II. Fnglesliv Vs. 1 1. W. c. fl.ipp. 1". S. Hln Is v ihe Lniniere North Amoil cau Ch. Minnie l-. Tan v. .MnliroM Tail, town ol South llnrllnglcii - town of c imbrlil.ie. olive c,ra s. j,,, pi, sip, p. ni'l. H. I!. Stair's est ite v- Lhcu T. Stall's- i-tiic Town. end Wulentl. L. f. I Mower ii list,,. v ,. n .M.c.iMy ind .1. I'.. Liodio. 1. V chis,. . "eniial Voi- lllnllt P.allw.n Co.. S. II. Miller Agel Levin. .1. H. Itlaok v... Hsi x Piibbshing Co.. Ploleliee A. Unwell ( 'hllSO VS. t't M. Unwell, A. It W. Il,i ill u is. II. W. Itlck. or, c. J. sten ii" vs J. P. and .1. J. W'h'ilon. Cm nil Uarlletl v. A. K. (iood rb It. SMnoi 1 1. Snilt vs. John Mitchell. Mari-i A. ibrjooii I S.ilvadoie Fie Idy Jodolu. Die tnltowins oas, s wi-fc setllid e'.il dlsciinilniicd yestcr,ia: llenr.i Italian! vs. Ituilond lti.ilio.nl ( . W. P MilnJt c,,. N. H. Noah, in re c. A. Sunini r' o- 'late. .lennic Derwii.i lolminlsiratriN ( Ieorce So, n, 1 .. Pow rs i's. I'lche is. tin P. :-. A K. lii adb v. J. W. L Walkrr. IIumip' irler Son en Mfg Co In II f M. P. UMley is. ,,,,r, Asnv pi'lgii" nt wis rendered inr He pliiintirr. In ihe ,-tir of !'. L. TmiU v Ii. i. Hums, pidgieeni was rindeied tor the piaintilf. In the o.-iko of II. A. Udtirli is. Lllon Harris. Judgment was rendered for tho dofoinirfnl. Court was in session for n brief tune during the afternoon hoi no business t,f Intel' st was Irausiii P I. It is epei ted that some court oases imiy be taken up tins morning when couit comes in at nine o'eloi k und Friday will bo .uoupbd Willi such eases, i in Mondav the logi.l.u July liials will begin. PROBATE COURT. Siioimiiry of Holiness Trinisnelrd for Wecl, Pndlilg March 2, KIOI. Ivstate or Henry Hrewstor IliintliiRtna: will llb'd fur probate, hearing on saino March l!lh: I' i. I'.illiy .iponl.d special .idmlnislrator Lstati n' eatider Ciosliy, liurliuc'on; settlement ol the annum of the adminis trator; doere of distribution minb . Kslate of Caroline Shei ban, Milton; set tlement of the aon, nut of the cm color. htlalo of MarRiiiet IloR.in, IbirliliRlon, will pi oven - Anno Donnelly appointed ex ccuttlx. Iloniv cnnlln of Wlnooskl and J A, Donahue hi Ksycx appointee! com misslomrs and appraiser.' . IJsi.tto of Andrew Myer. Colchester; will pioved, Fannj Myers appohilod exec utrix; estate decreed to executrix. Kstnte of Salfoid Fay. Hlchmond; exocu lors invenloiy and i onimlssloiiers' leport lilnl. Kslate of Oeorgr W. Paiieii, Wllliston; adinimsiratoi s tnvontnry (Hod Lst'ito of (Iioiro DagRotl, Colchester; excculoi's invenlory tiled. Ksliu of Patrhk II. Murphy. IbirllnR lou. i.dminlstr.ilrlx's Invenlory lilnl. Kstnte or Lllon Motcilf Stevens Willis, ton; iiilnilnislrnlrlx's lm eutmy tiled iCstato of Ji nmc A ('roll, Klohmond: will lilnl. homing March '.'. FIRE ROOM FLOODED. Ilentlng ApiiaiaUis al Hie llnllronil Sin, lion Pol dill uf PoiiiiiiiNhlnii, The thaw of Tuesday oienlng and )'' terdav nioriilng lllled tin basement or the railioad station to a depth of (hue fei i "r more with water and i xtlnguishnl the Hires in the (urnaios. The force o em ployes there was put at work piimpln' out the water and b.i lust evening I little over a fool of water remalni d. Pn til the tiro room Is flood ol' water no llios enn bo built anil in the meantime the operator mid ticket ugonl and lb" public In goner i must make the bst of the sit uation. The Hooding of Ihe si a I Inn josti I' ll iv is Hie second linn' this wluler that Ihe building has been without heat. owlu, lo walor hi Die iiro room. , The train- .if-un-day wore mak.pg mi el'l'lllt lo lisumo scheduled lime lllld III some IllSlailics Weie slice, mflll. The o.il y IrabiH nvoi holh roads were about aii hour bile. Tip. (ycr ulna Montreal ariiio, via .Mali. no about an hour an I K inbuilt kilo The Iralti fiom St. Albius duo ,a l.':(i"i won Ii minutes ln The i'imv 1 1 1 mi l New Voik. duo at l:'.:'.'i. was :o min utes ihno time, while the liinll olio at t la was on time The sboper oiei the I tot l.-i in I load from Hie north, due al Uo.M p. ill w I, seiei.il Hours lute as ll ounn via Mai me ihe i.o.i lici SonUiorn Ii I lie lllR llllll Ui ci WASHINGTON COUNTY COURT Pino nunlnsl 11. M. .lilloti .Vol Pressed Seenl,v Phil Pne for Trial. Mnnlpcller, Mnrih S -The Mii'cli Urm nf WnshlURlon county euurt convenod nt (en o'clock this morning, Chief JudKn John W. Unwell ptcslillng. The 'ducket was called and W civil ensen wore set for trial by Jury, lu nil probability those will not nil bo tried but present Indications are tbiil the term will last well inward llio Mm' trim of supreme court. The following jury ousen were, entered willed and ilbconllnueil: Ciipll'il Savlncs Hunk anil Tril( Co. v.'. Fred ISnshoo, Monlpell. r & Wells Ulver rallriinil vs. '., Mucoid, npl.. Mary 1.. Holt vs. ib csiaio nf William Martin. The pe(t Jurors were called (his nft.ip. noon and Inslrilcled ns lo Ihelr duties. Tlie llrst ease et for trial Is Hlnln vs. OeorRo Atkins of Warren, bronoh or tho pence. This will he taken up to-morrow morning und Us trial will probably oo tnpy I bo rc'iialndor of the weolt. A (notion for Increased ball In the ene of Charles l. b'tdsom of Mnntpolier vs. Dr. M. F. Prime uf Rtirton. for Hllenntloti or the affections of hl wife, Adah, and adultery, was made Ibis: morning. II wh.m ordered by the court lo be (lied within 10 days or a non-suit will follow. A report was received this afternoon from the supeilnlendent of the State, hos pital lor the Insiino nt YVaterbttry that linrthohmicw Croto, who It In nllcRrd shot and killed Peter Vorron at Kast Montpel lor, .September 7 hist, siiwl who nan since been at the Slnle hospital, Is u dangerous mail lo bo at largo. No present disposi tion was made of the ease. The case of State vs. K. M. Sutton ol llurllngton, defaming the courl, which bus been on Ihe docket for Ave years, was nol prosscd at tho request of State's At torney Setitci, who said the witness, s In this i'liso were not within his reach. A nolle piosse was nlsc ente.red 111 the lar ec ny case of State vs. Oscur Lindsay. The case of Plate vs. I'red J. Gould was or dered not brought fonvard. The .Slate cases growing out of the Ital ian shooting aflalr at liarrc last fall and the Northlleld Inuglary canes were set for trial as was the forgery case, of Statu vs. Lvereit A. Morse of Calais. The su perintendent of Ihe Slate hospital for tho Insane pronnutin s the respondent in tho latter ease, sane, GLASTENBURY NO LICENSE. R renter Chnimo Proportionally 'J'linn In lUillnnil. Itonnlnglnn, Manh 2.- Okislenbury, the smallest town in tho State, went our lo the majority n'stciday and voted no lb i use four (o (hrce. Wist year Olasten huty voted 7 lo 1 in favor of llcm-o. COMMISSIONER RESIGNS. W, T. Drnpy Plalnm Montpeller's Tem. jierilllee I'rnple Do Nol Support Hie Hoard. Moi lpelb r. Mai. n Z - William T. Duvoy. chairman of the board of license com missioners lor this city, this morning tendered his resignation to Mayor Corry. Mr. Howei was tin representative of the local option ticket on Ihe board and was olei l"d ils chairman and seoret.1 ry when Hie hoard organized last Mil v. He Rives as his leasou for bis nslRmition in the letter sent to Md or Corr.i that Ihe tern peraiicc people of Montpelbr have not siippotted ih" board of license commis sion, i-s in their ti pcated attempts to sup press llleual sollitn; In Hils city. GOVERNMENT ORGANIZES. II. .1. rinloliell Ploeleil Plinlrniiui of MonlprllerN Alilrriurn. Montpf lier. Mar' Ii - -A speol.il meet ing of (be city council was hell this evening to otg.inl.e for the coming year. Alderman H- J- iluteholl was unanimous ly elieie.l i lnlrmnn of the ..hoard of al ji nnon. Mayor Cm rv appointed the same standing oaunitiecs as last year, sub stituting the name of Alderman n.iiilev, the nop member of tho council, 'or that ol W. F. Waterman, the reUrilu; member of the board. The appointment of Martin McMahon as chief of polm; was confirmed. Tho city HciMier was authorised to boriow a .sum not to exceed VV'ii m inllcip'itioii of taxes. The Mtoatloii of W T. IJewo.v as li-oei,-e ' on missioner was acn pled. I'll" eleilio'i o Ins sui eossor was loft until the ni x' ngi.iHr Hooting of Hie , .inn il, March :i Ihe name of ex Alderm,.n W. 1". Wnt.-rnvin was piomin-nll mentioned m tbb coicic otinn. WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH. House Homed nml She I oolil Nol lie HeMolieil. I.Hinb.liib. Match I. Al abnul live o i lock Tui sda.i morrhiK the house oc cupied bv Mrs. Hnriison Abbott In Bro.ik lleld wit- discovered to be burning bv oni" ot the neighbors, who iiaMcucd lo the scene bi t iwie too late to save Mr . Abbott who was buined to death bcfoio her holy was removed tioni the build ing Mis. Abbott wn' an aijifd lady and ll i'il i lone nrd il is thought lie ihe nelirhborn Hint the fire was eaii.sod by the exrilnslon ol an oil stove sip, ued to boil Inr room Mrs. Abbotl was a sis le( ol Clayton Fikc of Hrookdeld. No MAIL FOR HOPim Lnosliuruh Palls. .March l.-N'o ni.nl has lo.ielinl (his city in the past 72 hours. It Is claimed that tho snow plows Iwve keen uiieinial to the work of elenrlnK the tricks and are in a disabled condition, Postmaster h'. .1 Tyler has entc red u com plaint to the Miparlntendont of the rail wiiv mail service because nt the creut delay iu the malln. DIED. PLAI1K At Lour, P.eaeh, California, February K ll'Jl. Mrs. H. K. Clark, WIU'J'COMH-ln this tlty, February 2..'. L. I!. Whllcomb, lilted 4 years. Tl'TTLF- At his home on Adams slreel, Thursday. February a, at C p. m,, Albert c. Tuttli'. in his i'MIi year. LLLIS In tin' tin-. Febiiu'j :Ti, enr m Hits W Kills, iifjed 6.' yuin 'i Ho MAS 111 PiiiHhamillle, Vt., I'Mi luarv 27 Mis. II O Thomas, Arsene Boucher, Flirt Director and Eiutaliw 169 North Strai:. liiiillnptoii. NlBht fall, Telephunu (all, r.'.S-l'l. LSTA'll-: OF HFMtV imKWSTIIH OP III .NTlViiTON',: BTATK OP KHMON't, Uutrlct of Clltl. fliden To all persons concerned In the estato of llinrv llrotislcr, laic ol lliiiitlnntou, in said d. strict . dicms d, OHP.LTI.N'a: At a Prohite Court. Iiolddi at Ilurllni ton. within unci for th District o,' Chit, leiiilon. on tho '.'''.Hi "lay ! Pebruiry, l'ii, an in n raii'.cut pttrporUui,' (o bo tho last iilll nid lisliiniont oi Honrv Huuslr. hit" ot lluiillim'tim, In said district, do "oasiil, was iiroseutod to Ihe court iil'oio. bidd, lor probate. And It Is or dned Uy aid court that tht mill d. i of March, ll"11. 'it Ih'' Pioliate Point mulls in said HurlliiBlun, l,u a. (Igued (ur provinr Initrumtnt; aiul tlint nrllce tlieiroof be given to nil pr eons ooiuei'iiud, by liuhllntilnf Ihl order tluee iiwHa euccel 'ly In I tic Mm tine Ion W. ekly Free I'rcn. ncwipaitr pub lishi'd at inkl Hurllmctofi, provluu. to Ui limo apiiointd, . .... Theicfore, you ro bareby nntlnd to op. pear Imforo mltl court, at the time nd v'.acn uforemld, ind conteit the orobati tf (aid nlll. If you bav c;u. (liven under my hand at Hurllnuton, In said distill t this Wih day of - iirunry, 1!KI .MAIIfl'l.l.l S A HINOHAM. ti I .lildpe LICENSE DROPS (Continued from 1st page.) I!. M. Halliiiil, Wllllum Fiineher, f. II, ttrusli; road eommlssloner. I), II, Hoards ley; (own uncut to defend suits, I. 1'!, Hunt : school directors. Dr. H. II. Phelns, C II. Ilrusb. (Ieorce II. Ijiwtoti! trus- lees of the Mellows Free Academy, f. A. Ilawley, N. o. Learned, Mrs. Ciirrlo K. tlei'inan; county grand Jurors, 1). A. Webster. .1, Wimzcr, C C. Alfred; potlt Jurors, II. O. WllklliH, (I. II. Safford, H. At. Hallnrd, D. Muck, K. M. Kennedy, (1. II. Lawliin; volod lo iiiiproprlutu '- for Memotlal da.v; lux, XI. 10. hftiii:i,. Modernlor. W. I!. C, Slieknoy; clerk, H K. Adams; soloolmen, W. II, I'M mniid", M. D, Hroivu, Klmer Siaiildlng, treiisurer and trustee of public moneys, J. H. Sargent; ooiisabe, )',. J. fm.li man; second contuble, A. I., ('ady; over sepr, Hubert Noble; listers, W. (I. Whll laknr, tiny Wilson, AiHou Uoiien; gland Juror, C I). Pushing: road eomml.sslotier, f. It. Dunlin: andllors, liny Wilson. C. 1). dishing. John Wilson: (own agent, W. U. C SHckney; school director, It. P.. Uttr neti. STOcKiiuinoi:. Moderator, II. W. Illackmer; obrk nnrt treasurer, .1. A. Chedol; selectmen, J. I). Wilcox, f. C. Smith, .1. K. S-iffonl; oier seer, P. Y. Oranl; lIMers, O. N. Wblleomb; son, A. A. Keyes. Ii. N. Whllcomb, ii'ldllors. Joel Illackmer. Loon Chamber lln, David F.verett: ro.ul commlsslotier, V. K. Perkins; school director, William I. Jones; tax, JI.S5. FUANIvl,IN. Moderator, f W. Hates: clerk and treasurer, W. C Itobh': seloctmon II U Olmstead, A. S. Ilendrlck, II. It. Col cord: overseer of poor, A. O. Hotskin; constable and collector, W. S. Uoble, listers. L. II. Chamberlln, A. S. Pratt, Ony H. Towlo; school direetor. C. W, dates; trustee of pnlille money. 13. U. Hell: (own Rrand Jurors, John Webster, W. II. Towlo; auditors. C W. Hales, P. L. Hopkins; road commissioners. W. S. Uoble. Oooiro M. Towlo; library trus tee. A. D. Whitney; voted Si", for Mom orlal Jay; voted J:;.', for tho public library. I'.DLN Moderator, .1- '. Stone; clerk. W. ,T, Atwell; selectmen. II. II. Adams, O. L. Stine. timas Whlttemore; trustee, M, Shatdiek: overseer of the poor, I''. II. Ha more: lirst nin-tabl". W. 11. Lmery: -nond nitisti'blo, F. H. Hnyinoio; ll-'ters, II. W Shuttiick, A. P. HoRors. Henry Hinds' auditois, C II. WhlUoinore, A. P.. O'Urlui. W. J. Atwell; trustee of public mono, M Shattuck: Riand juror, J. II. .Smith, load comini'sionoi . Daniel o'll're: proseciitiiiR iiRont. P. II. Itny moro; school directors. A. P. P.orois. II. W. Shatluek, P. L. Whlttemore; tax. two doll.iis. HIUnVXINHTON Model. itor. !. J. Hio-is: cleik, .1. c. Orno; selectmen. .1. M. W.iinan. .1. C Ortie W. ,. Dutton: overseer or Hie poor. J c. iirne; eonstalile. D. I. Crapes; lisle rs. D. I. linipos, p.. a. Hobinsoii. W. II. Huild: auditors. Stephen Hurrows. O. W. Ablrlcb. I-: A. (boss: town grand jurors. Stephen Hurrows. Lorenzo (Jrniv. road eoinmtsiloner. I'bilo Powers: school dlreclors L. A. lioblnson, L. H. I'i plerre . M. Wells; treasiuer, A. H. Oardine. la:;. ;.1.:,; mairuiRes, '.; births. HLULV. Mialeralor S. It. Hales, inn clerk. W S. Loliliir..-; .-elei l iicii. W M. Taylor, harles MrCluie. Walter Heath: listers. M. A. Adams. Tower S. H. Hales; treasurer. Lip b n .lenne; overseer or the P' or. Delos Mnrviu: nod oomintssloiier. Alvnh Morrill, consialiles. Leslie Healh. John .Stib s: school dinoiors . T. Kll bcrn. D. A . Davis. .1. L .Martin. HANCOCK. Town 'lei1.. Anna Flint: uisiahle, ij. I!, i 'hiircb ; poor musd i grand iuror, D. II. Illalr: Ciallln. linjige i. Fair, list. rs. IV. W . Join s. W. W. .loins, elf el men. L. Tl. .1. 11. church; f hailos I'liut, Vainc Dunham. OIIKLSLA. Modi rator. C. S. Lmon ' town i lei k and treisnrii. und Iru-tee of pulilic miinei'. W P. Towiisend . selectincn. I'red f Waldo. t;oo. L. Il.i w ml. Herbert P. Mattoon. oieieei of poor, lioi .M. Met- i.'ilf: tirst oontable. elms. c. In, klnson: listers!. Allah Carpenter. Kletln N ltaoon, Pred ,1. Akerniau. aodilois. P. M. Coni-sto.-k. Win. c llolm.s. n N. Maitl-on; si hool direeior. creo. I, Slow. Horace L. Walker. Alp rsh 'II A. Carpenter- trustee of pn l 1 1. Ilbr.ni for In. liars. Un l!ev. 11. .1. Wiokoii. road 'oiinii.ssionei Mar sbal ii. Onte: town .ig, nl. C S. Liner, co m i to ry oouimissloncr. ,1. A H. orwin; tax. 51 r,;.. A DIHSiiN. Meditator. M. P. ISarm s; m leetineu, i barb's Tort i y. William Noonau, Henry Spaulding: eleili and (reasurei. I.. O. Se.'gar: loustahies. 1 1. ,. Smitii, William Adams; listers'. Pi.d Fisher. Iloiiaid ( lark. K. .1. I'aipentir. road iommisson cis. Pied Wllmailh. I'red P.ilien: auditors-. I!. W. Smith. S. W. Smith. Arthur Clark: Hiistie ol' public money. Fmuk Uully; S' lioo diiectois. I'. W. Plshoi . O. A. Smith, L. C So. gar: tax. H" cents. PANTON. Moderator, pdilek Adams, selectmen, f. J. SpauldlnK. S. (i. Ilaiilo.i. S W. Hoyt: clerk, It. .1. Keel: (reasuror. II. S. Hrlslol: overseer of (he poor. C. J, Spaulrt Im,': eonstable, J. II Converse: listis. 11. Adams, L A. I'leld. It. J Knit, school director, f J. Spaulrline;, Pa(ricl: Sul livan, Cri orKo Jaclieoii: ru.nl uminlL sloin r. Andrew Hitsioe: auditors, I'.'. .1 llristol, I-.. A. Field, I.vman ICint, lax. 100 tents. GKOKOIA. Moderaloi, M. H. Alexando!'. clerk und treasuier, L. A Post, solcclnn n. A. W. Ilurlbilt, W. T. L.inmis, S. M Plko; oveifocr. si loot men , eonstable ,,nd eol leetor. M. H. Alexander, listen, tl, 'W. I'lovoland, Ooorse Webster, John Mo (irath; nudilors, C I.'. Hah. J. L. Smith, I. II. S. Fairbanks; town acent. C. A. Ilntcliklss: road ooniinlssionor, I. W. New ton: si hool ilhoitors. II It. Alexander. .1. W. Iteynolds. K. II. Wood; tax, IIKillCATi:. Moderaloi . 1 1. N. lint ton; cletk. P. 11. Lion, selectmen. 11. V. lloirP'k, ,1. ,M Trombe.i . It. P. I'llnl; Inasuier, c. N. Tatlo: oierseer of poor, I !, f llolmes; inustable and eollccior, (!. C. llolmes; lister,.. A. D. Seward. .1. F. Dimlon, F. 1''. Stevens; niiilllms, p. W. Iltiss'ell, .1. A. Hullor. (1. T. faUIn: loivn iikohi, Ii. W Steele; mail commissioner. A Ilaiiyoa; school dirooiors, J. o. Corliss, Piank lloeers. II. W. ItaMer: trustees, d. Steele, W. P. Welch, A. A. Hates; nix, $1 Vi. niCIIPOUH. Moderator, II. P Illlsledl; cleil,. J. 1 1, farpenter; selectmen, I. M. Mills, pllas fombs, W. S. Diirkoe; tioasuror, M. W. Hounds; oveiseei, L. II. Smllli; first I'onslahles. J. T. froH. P. II. Phalli uf; eolleetor, J. W. (lloss, ls(eis, W. A. Pattee, It. W. Adams. L. II. Smllli; auditors, II. II Thomas. II f. Cnm hiMs, II. II. liiiuiuls; town imeni, n. I". l.add: road commissioner. A. S. Chase; school illicctor. W. II. I.nckllu; tax. Jl.W. PAlltPIP.LD. Modoietor, I N Chase; clorl; and Iroasurir, W. II. Faliohlld: soloclinoii, P. II. II. NorUirnp, T. W. Halo, Lawrence iiymr oieisocr of poor, K. II. Hui leson; i otiHtablo, P. A. Wells; second constable, .1. II Paiilon: eollccior of taxes, j, , Piinlou: listers, P.'leii Nldau, Wllllaiu Nolan, Leonard Story; andllors, F, S. Tupper, ,1, S. Norihorii. Tliomus Klrle.i : lotin atp nl, I. N. Chase; load l oinmls. sioner. Ma il In Pi Indie, school dlienlor, James Hon. i. FLLTf 1 1 Kit. Modei Htoc, Isaac Chan ileik and trcas nrci'. f ll Parson- s(.c( (men f M Ph'' Jiiald lied Hililnock (ieuino Ullil DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE IN BUYING A CREAM SEPARATOR. 'Plic live rn -;( I'iii'iiicc enn 'I nlVunl lo imhUc a mislnkc in lui.viiiir n ( 'renin Separator. is sunicthiiiir lie is only likely U, do ',neo in n lifetime at nny nite if lie does it ritflit. Why not, prolil by the experience of the oldest, lnrcjcst. und most coinpetenl, users of Crenm Sepa. rntors. These it iiin.v readily be learned are. almost uni versally users of the DE LAVAL MACHINES. Scud J'or cataloimo and mime of nearest local ayi iit. The De Laval Miiv ;m;i,..m AiiKMSi STODDARD MFG. CO. RUTLAND, VT. Inn: rotiilnhle f F Poise llRlers. C M liurdkk, P. M Lllinivood. Joel Hooper, auditors, M. L. Smith. . S. Slu par i sun, Alonzo KhiKstey: town nttcnl. .1 H Patch: mail commissioner, F P Ollli Ian: school cliieclur, Arthur Hooper, tax $l.yi. montc;omj:iivi Moderator, M. P. Maurice; cep;, ('. I. .Martin; teleotinen, C. S. Parker, II. O. P.nivloy. II. II. Clapp: treasurer, W. .1. WiIkIiP oierseer or poor, 11. II. Plapp; oonstnhlo. 11. S. Wrlitht: eolleetor, K. S. Wrlu-ht: listers. II. f. Camphell. .1. I!, I.ainheil, K. L. Luminal auditors, M P. Mauri'", f. A. Hiirdne. A. I!. Oates: loivn atreni. C. S Parker; mad commis flonor, osrar Lmnbia; school dlreclors. f. L. Martin. I'. P.. Camphell, .. S. Parker; lax, K. lilZltlCSIClHi;. Moderator, W. It. Ilublee: clerk and treasurer, A. II. Hoiven: selectmen, O. X. Loach. Anson fhalTee. f. Johnson: over seer of poor. IJ. II. Comlis; constable, A. P. Herhy; listers-, p. S. Willard, P. o. I'.ul leson. A, ,1. Ileiadley; uudllois, S. f. Wells. A. P. I'rort. W. S. P.ublfi': town aiici.t. IJ.iinel Moren. road oomtnlssioner-i. Ceorse Vim out. W. U. Noble, school dlroolors. .1. 11. Tonic, L. 11. Imttnn, Jo soph .Melvinney; tax, ?l.f PNOSP.PItP.II. Moderator, Kn hard Smith: i lerk ind treasurer, W. W. Hutchinson: seleiimen, F. W. Spleor, W. J. ChafTee. P. . Abell: overseer ot poor, f . 1 1 A. J. froft. K. I!. A .1. fiolt; listers, C. It nip, Lyman Oilbert Allen. A. A Ai-oltlm Abell; constables. Ilroiin; eolleetor. S. Passett. James auditors. Charles H. P. I'.lSselt; tonn ajicnt. S. Fnsselt sinner. James O'Noil: tax. road i ominis- o I fills. IH'N'I'INCTON. Modeiatcir. II. W. Norton: 1 i K . (Imrue W. Sayles. scleitmcn. T. II. Sweei. c s. Hrewster. W. II. Thompson: treasiuer. H. ll Moiiill- overseer of the poor. War liatu Hrewster; constable. F. P.. Stem. listers, p. .. Mullock. II. C. Mattni. Kensic Ion nil, mi ; auditors, M. L lirni stor .1 W. I''..rso. F. D. I'alby: trusto. II. W Noi ton: ton n grand jurors. F il Parley. II. C. Miinilp town agent. Oeoige W. Hrewster: school directors. M. P. Mtewsler. K. o'llrlen: road mmtnis. sinner. O. II. .Mori III: town tax, 7." cents, school tax. cents, highway tax. .'.". cents. i.l HAN 1 1 isi.i:. Moderator. II W. l.add. i lei k- P.. L Samson, tieiisiui r. II. c lirisuold. ttus I"'. H P. Hiisindd sole, i men. 1 1. I. fei.lir. John Pai-a''.o. I ;. W. Cordon. Iistoi's, r: K. Sanisou. U'st.i- Mlnklei S. S. (Iiiswolil. s, hool oommi.-sioi.ei T. S. Hordon ll. M Wllcov. II Donalil sou, oierseer or (lie poor . I onaldoi' . load i o n 1 1 u i s.s o 1 1 e r, Lmi'i'v Patldee; andi lois. Dr o. . Ilraiich, S. Hoynolds. M. 1 1 Kinney. Sol Til 1 1 Kite . Modcraior. II. W. Coiiro: i h rk m l (re iisiiiep, T, ii. Landon; solnimen, Ldwnrd Phelps, John Melindo, II. W. Cotirov; iiversoor of the poor. Henry Mm', tin: oonlablo. Hon Phelps; collector, 'I. C. Landon, llti i. T I:. Landon, Wal lace 1 1 .i 1 1. 1 'hat les inibniiue; aduuois. Wal lace lUihlnson, l.ullon Allen, fleo. 1'resn: trustee of publli money. S. p. W'adswoiili; si hool diiecior, Al.-on Landon. road eom- mls-li , M 1.. llon. tonicloiy cnni- uii s slf.iior, 1. ulon Allen. ADDISON. .Model.. tor. M. P. P.arnes tuna 'lerk, L. C. Secg.u ; ticasuror. L. f. Seecir; s. Ioi tineii, A. .1. Towlo, William Noonan. Iloniy Spnukllm;: listers, P. W. Fisher, II. W. Clark. P. .1 Carpenter; road com missioners. 'if., Willmarih. Arthur Pat ten; school .Hie, tins, o. A. Smith, L. C Soe(;ar, P W. Fisher; auditors, U. V. Smith. S. W. Smith, A T. Clark, lax. t") cen Is. ST OKOIU'.i:. Moder.ilor. M. W. Ilinsdill: clerk and treasiuer. O. . Isham: selectmen, f. .1. Sutton, S J. Noonan, P. U. Isham; listers. P. A. Tine. i. M. K. Tllley, I. II. Chase; auditois, H. II. Tilley, N. A. Pun her. .1. It. Noonan; si hool directors. II. II. Tillej . M. W. Hinsdill and I. ( 1. Chase: con stable, M. W. lllnsdlll: overseer. M. W. IHnsdill; loud commissioner, 1". K. lllns dlll. town grand Juror, V. A. I'archer, town agent, M. W. Ilinsdill; tax, sa cents. MOP.IilSTOWN. A lav of JI oo (ho dollar u.o. voted. Moderator. Henrgo M. I'oiveis; clerk, A. A. Niles; u lcctnif n. o v. Chaffoe, N. p. III. ir Homy Small. Ueasuii r. A A. Nlles: on i seer or poor, lioorgc A. Cheney: drsi oinstable. (Icoigo ' Toivn: second i on- btablo. A. J. Smith Iloitor. II. D. Uiy- ii lit : llslei's. I. N. Lehiiron. Austin Wilkln, L. II llgglestou; road omtnissioner, i: A. iMioivs; andllors. II A. Sla.Kou. II. M. lllili. P. M. Small; trustee P. S motie.i. Ii ,M. Klih. town grand jurors, T. f. Cheney. J. II. Mohlson; legal ugont for (own. (ienrge M. Powers, school director tor three yeais, P I!. Harris, ecinotcr.i i ouiinissioner for tiir .loars. lioorge , Doll; grand jurors liioigo Clienoy, L, . (irlsiiolii. Allien Douglass. I'rank Ken In hi, M. S. Stone. M. II. Hoatdman: petit jurors, M. U. Latnn. ti. W. Claik. W. A. Warren. Ilmrj New land. A II. Calkins, A J. Douglass. Martin W licclock. Ldwnrd Johnson. II. S. Matthews. P. L. Ilatrts, Ilow ird Mi Nail, Levi (itle, I". .1. Smulloy. AlUopii.ltioll.s were voted IIS follows; Memorial day, $'iii; f elite nnlal library, $175; Morrlsiille lire dopailtnont, Jinn. IILI.VIDCilK. Seleeltnon, O. M. Alnsilorth. (ienrge Tllllsou, II MooUugln: llslois, Azro Ilruii'ii, O. W. Sliatluok, Aitliur Chandler, audllors. Fn d Tracy. Allen Chandler, P. W. Pnltir, (own i h rk and treasurer. .1. A Tlniiiius. si hool director, William f haiuller; overseer ol pooc. Hvion 1'letch er; road commissioner. Prank Fletcher. PLMOIti:. Modem lor. Hen. Hi.i,int. town cleik, II. Atkins; tieusuter, Mrs. II. K. Hall; over seer of poor, A. f Merrlani: seleclmon. Hen. lii'Miul, P. P (loodell, 11. C. Slowell; lislers, Hco. Hryant. I'red I'biiicblll. John I'll.gerald, loivn (.'land iniiils (leu Wlllshlre, f f Hfov. i mad coiniuls Manor, II W boelo. k si luiol dii oi tors F P. f.iiiii II Pn f Delano eini. Mer Separator Co. .i:m'i:.i, (ippki. 74 CORTLANDT STREET. NEW YORK, rep eonstalile and eolleotnr nolo, tax $JfW. i I.ISTOT..V. Pre I Grl. Moderator Jasper P;irp, eirrk a.nd traji urer. M H liciv; select men. W. A Li, Allnm J.iekmnii. Oeorse DearNirn; over seer or poor. A. f. Morrill; auditors. C. K. Hri-tnl. V. Morgan. A T. Morn: (onstiible and eolleetor. .1. H. Heane; jlsl ers, f. K. llristol. Allred Diiclo. Hnn Norton; trustee, p. s. raow, A. f. Mer rill; louti urand .iuror. S. N. Allen; roaxl coinmissloners. ,loi)ph Ii.mlls. Illley Pur Inton: ton n ai;ent. A f. Merrill; school diioctor. Samuel Hill; tax, J1.1T. Owinc to the si orin a Inrce number of voters lien pt evented from attending. Pi:P.l:iSIJPItf.H. Mn-Wator. f. A. fhapman: elrk. Mrs, I!. P. Ilohlnsnu; selectmen, i:it(n Pal nier. Plmer Hirkott anil Fred AlV?n; school ilireotor. Dr. K. V. neynnlds. Al.HPRGH. Moderator. W. A. Sonle; elerl:. W. War. ren Hocktiell: selectmen, A. It. Skelly, M. P. Ooodileh. M. Hazen. treasurer. J. S. Cordon, morse or of poor. M. T. Mott: constables, (i n. !ei William As'nlln; listers, II. 1!. Darin. W. A. Boule, Vf. H. TlnyuolfN; uiidirors, D. L. Sondes, .Ineknii lieynolds. J. W. IJoajdsley; trustee of public money. J. P. flurdon; roal com missioner. N'. Laniilois: srhool director. M. T. Moll : ta.. I'M cents. A WLP.K OF CONOKKSS. Tin1 Senate on Thursd.iv passed both the ngrii i.lturitl md Hi- leglslatii e. xecutlvw and judicial appropriation hills. The lions,. pasf.J tiic naval appropriation bill No otln-r la sine-s or inipot unce iui don,, ilurnig tlie week Final Games in State Bowling League Rolled at Mont pelier Last Evening-. PRIZE CUPS AWARDED I nliiiiiols of llnrrc Ihe I lianiiifiii Tennl I.. II, Morgan ol This l ll.i Urlx Pun for lllghesi liidliiilual s,igp siring Tlie Oilier Annrils 'l.nsl Hieiilng's Scores. Mohijt, li r. M,iu b .'.-Tile l.nal games 111 the Stat,- howlinc league, rolled on the I.ii -tl .ill.. is. were completed shnrtlv nfler midnight lo-nlght. The t'apitals of Mouipolitr Mire defeated hv Hie Llnwoods! and Queen i'ni eif Hurllnglon. Tho Pas limes of Monipeller defealed (ho Cjuei flty and were bealoti by (be Linwoods. Tlie seme hi strings follows: Capitals, rij T.'I, S1. total, i.ir.0: ngain.-t l.iilliood, KiT. 717, total 2112. Paslluns, sO. Ml. total. 2..W: again?!; Queen fltj , 72. total. 2,3s". Pastimes, m. 7?i 73v total, S.1W; agulnst l.iuwnnd. "M 741. tolal. I l. Capllals. fiV,. ii:. ft total, 2,nJ: agnlnat I'Jueen fill. 3.'.. (7. Tl. toul, i,li. Tho standing- of the teams at thl close ot the season follows: SN S Pin Won. Lost. Avornsn, :!; 24 i.i'i :::. -y. :() 2!i III) 2! 211 ",! S2!) 29 HI S2rt Is 10 7i Calumet .. Lureka ... ' Pasllir.i's . Queen City Linwood . Capitals . At a lianuuet at armory Hall after the games pi?e cups were awanled an follows. Champion loam cup, Ca'u uiois of H.irre: individual ohnmplnn pin average cup. II. A. 1 iiihee or tho Pas times of Monipeller; Individual spam 'aieragc i up, J. p. Averill of the Calu j tni'lis of llai to: Individual three string iiiverngo cup, Daniel Perry nf tlie Calu mets ol Parte. Indilidual slnitle stflnjc cup, L. II. Morgan. Queen ft SPNT TO WfillK 1IOP.-K. Mnntlioher. Mauh l.-J. Coll I on Woostcr was ninvlctod this morning In eitv court of furnishing Inloxn .King liquor lo YWd- nunc l.amphere who whs arrested Sun iilae ulelil und was senteneed hy Jialci I Woodw nil ( i not lcs-s than nine nor inor (hap iwilie months .it hard labor m thn House of Collection al Hu'hind. When his scnlenoo shall hnvi evpnod i Slates Atlornc.i Sonter propisrs to pro i cod against nosier and his witness, , Oahrer, for prrinri. a parlicnlarly flnB- rniit cise oi whicli ibvelopid during' Woostcr's tu.it. TAKE NOTICE! YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN. We cantiol preparo pupils fast enottgli lo supply ihe calls tor help. Six call cainc lu February la, We were able to llll but one owing to the rapidity lu which our pupils have been planed lu posillous 1 1 oin tlm 110 Church St., Burlington, Vt. j. i