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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: TtlURSDAX MARCH 10, 1901.
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS (Continued from third page.) hns completed throe years' work fnr .1. Kclr and gone to Danville tci work fin Ids brother, Wlllliun C'asJ. -Five nulled with the Mrthodht Chinch last Sund.ij. two by letter and throe liy th" profi'sslon of full!).-The thtiM'-iricutli'-'-iiM son or lln Into Homer Mosey died Inst Thursd.iv una Viir burled Hjturdn. the Itev. It. .1. Chrvstlo nffldulini,. -Fud Winner nnd family from Hnrdwlck lc moved to tin; tPiienient over . I. ICeir's sloio. Mrs. t'nrl- ton Str.ition suffered u stroke of itiirtilyflM last Wi'iliiosdav evening. Sh-' still u- mnlns In an unconscious eondll Ion. Mil loi Hobblns remains very ill. -During the seveie wind of liit Thursday night fon teen feet of of th" loof ol Charles ylle's barn wn blown off. In thr deitli of Mts A. 1C. Story of Harton the W . t'. 'I'. 1". his met with n severe lo-s. She was for iiinnv veai-H a resident of this town "mil was an rfflclent wot her In the W. -'. L'. This urgnnlsntlnn ."end!; sympathy to nil leu friends. NEWPORT. Well It. C.oodonnneh. a former resi dent of Went Derby, who moved to Benrlets 51111m. J'.i., some two years ngo, lias decided Vprmont Is Cloodonniigh for him, has moved bank with his family nnd will now make this home again. Fred P. Davis, who has not been aide to get out since liH re-eleetlon as road commissioner, Is doing well, also his hired man, who Is cul'o 111 el Mr. Davis's. V. W. True r.t'imcd heme from Hns ton with a hard eold and has been eon lined to the house since. Arthur Ames riled at Dr. Hognr's of typhoid fever on Tuesday morning, lie was 111 only a short time.., Charles and .Tohn. sons of Dr. Hoguo, lire both 111 at home. The many friends of Mrs. M. O. Sar gent were saddened to leatn she clh el Monday evening about ten o'clock of typhoid fevtr. .She was slel; about in clnys. Mrs. Sargent wa an old resident of Newport, a member of the Congrega tional Church, and was honored and re hpected, as a kind neighbor and friend. Khe leaves an invalid husband, two daughters, Mrs. Alible Jenne of Koston, Mass., and Miss Lizzie Sargent, who lives lit home, and two sons, tiporge of HrocK ton. Mass.. nnd rile of Hoston, Mass. The funeral was lipid Wednesday afternoon nt the home and the burial was at West Ucrby. Mr. Harris, proprietor of the Arlington, who has been ill for Fcvcral months, is roportcd as very low and not expected to mrvlve long. There Is more sickness than has been known for years in Newport and vicinity. There was a good attendance at the Congregational Church Tuesday evening It being the first night of the annual fair by the ladles of that society. They ban a supper from fix to eight followed with an entertainment. The sale began during the afternoon and continued through the day Wednesday. MORGAN. M. G. Uurbank has moved back to the Centre nnd will work for A. M. (Jray, road commissioner, this season. K. 11. I'eavcy Is failing. Frank LeCTalr's family have nearly all been sick the past week. Francis Hill has moved from Holland to tho Allen house. Charles Smith, who has bten lumbering in West more, is home. The ladies had a dinner at the church ves try on town meeting tiny and it was a success every way. Mulshed lliero mid has moved his family to the small house on the Cushman farm, ami Pearl Campbell will carry on the Hutchinson farm for the next year. Dr. Union alter llnWhlng his business will ic turn to-day to Maiden, Muss. At the. next meeting nf West Hniiilolpll (Itnnge to be held In (Irange hall March 1l', the ptogranimo will Include an address, M.. II. M. Tntnuin, which will lie I'ol M. later II. M. Totmnil, which Will be fol low u" by a gi iieial discussion on tin- same snbjeet. Rai li sister will bring a box for the secl.il v. hlili will be old by Auc tlouor J. 1'. Cleveland nnd the proceeds will be used to slnil n hull building fund, W. I' Kdsoli has purchased through the (!. H. Cushinan real estate agency the Willbrldge place near the track on Main street a id will take possession of the same Immediately, diian Hatch, who has been living in 'lbe house for several years, will lem.iln there lor another year. Mr. Kdson Intend' lo put in a grain and fi ed slote here and iii a part ol the place for a store housi Miss Mary Luoiiui Saxtnti. who has been sllul.llllg ill tho Sprlliglletil. Mass city library for the past six mniilhf lias been obliged to give up hen studies theie for tho present and Is InkltiK an enforced Vacation. Miss Snxton and her mother. Mrs. Mary Snxton, are ox pcclcd here in a short time to spend several weeks. Mis. Jennie Sanborn, wife of Charles V.. Abbott, ehed jostr relay morning at Dr. ( fiord's sanitarium, whete she underwent what was eonsldertd a very successful operation Monday morning, but her gen eral physical (ondltlon was very low. hav. lug suffered so much pain for the part few months, that she. was unable lo re gain strength. Mw Abbott liaH passed the greater part of her life In Hamlolph. "here she has been one of the most popn Inr ladles of the town. She has been an active member in the Order of Kaslern Star and a very popular member of tin Kandnliih Woman's Literary club and of several oilier soda! nt gnnlzntlons ol th town. Mis. Abbott is survived by u bus band, three sons, Urnost, of Chicago. RUTLAND COUNTY BRANDON. John Miller nnd family havo moved to Orwell, where Mr. Miller will have charge, or the Smith funu. Jsauo Marsette was brought befote Jus lice lllnnrhnrd und Acting Town Hriuid Juror Furrlni;lon Monday mornlni; and lined nnd costs, amounting In nil to vMii.!i.i. He was unable lo pay nnd the court gave him four weeks In which time he must si tile, T. W. It. iv ha.' purchased the shoe stock of ii. T. Dlmmoek ,Vr Son. Mr. Dlmmock and famllv will nunc to Cornwall. Tlie funeral ol' Mis. lleU'ey Wright Knowlton was held from the home of her sen In the Arnold riMilet yesterday at Iwo o'eloik, the lt.v. W. S, Smart of ficiating. The burial was at I'lne Hill eemeleiv. Mrs. Know-lion ban lor many veurs lived in the Arnold district and !il the time of her death she was PS yea is of age. Frederick Mnllory of Sudbiliy and Miss Nnnev Ilowland or Ilubbardtoii wero mar ried by the ltev. W. S. Small nt tho Con gregational paronatce yesterday morning. Thcv left fin the llyer for a short wed ding tour, after which they will resldy In Sudbury. Mrs. Minerva Hump and Mrs. Hannah Mump of Park slrcel are confined to the house by an attack of the grip. W. H. Parsons of Huston was in town yesterday on business. Jack linker has leased and will soon move into the hoine recently vacated by I. A. Perkins. BENSON. The licv. H. A. Harrow of "Mas.-Mchu-spHs (he conference mlslsonary of 111" Congre'-' tlional Church visited thl. plai e en Wednesday and Wednesday f veiling ; thfii was a sociable nt the chapel at ' ttblch lime (be i"ope bile were Itltrodlli -' ed to Mr Y irrow. The ladle"- lll serv ta lgbton ol Proctor, nnd Itobcrt of till- cor e,- unci cine ami a goon social nine place, llwc il-nigbti rs. Mrs. Ihigcne Se- ' M"-c te.i. - irrw in w esi i mi ou m" gar ami Mis- i:llth Abbott of this place iln.v lo Mr'ndon list Satur.a.- to vi.it m,. i!,.ini.i, .i, ii.-ou ! n. slniitb 1 ills brother Samuel West. Jr. Siimu '1 funeral has not been cl "Toung - Man - Afraid - of-Hls- Horses" made a pretty good chief for the Sioux Indians, in spite of his name. Hut "Voung-nian-afrald-of-hls-expcnses" makes a pretty poor sort or merchant; especially if he is afraid to use printers' Ink. ORANGE COUNTY RANDOLPH. Archie Constable, a buy 1". years of age, was arreted Friday afternoon by Deputy Sheriff 1. F. lunsor on the charge ol lar ceny and plead guilty and was sentenced to serve the remainder of his minority In the industrial school at Vcrgetines. Kver since yount Constable nrilvcd in town about two years i.go. he has been In all kinds of trouble in school nnd about (he town, his last offense being the theft ol n caddy ol tobacco taken fiom the Central Vermont depot, the theft being discovered when he ttied lo sell the to bacco to several pintles on the sticet. Al though of n school age lie has not been allowed to attend on account of mis demeanors committed last year. At one time he pointed a icvolvcr at his teacher und refused to do some little thing she wanted. Since his stay heie lie has been with one of the best l.imilles of the town but surroundings did not seem to have any influence Willi him. Deputy Sheriff I.am son tool; Constable to Vergennes Satur day moining. The event of the season in the line of dancing occurred Friday evening at the Grange limit when the Indies of the lie. hekah Lodge gave an old folks' ball. The hall was decorated and arranged especially for the occasion and SO couples entered the llrt grand march, led by Mr. and Mis. William Curtis. William Curtis was lloor manager, assi-li .1 by Messrs. Clarence Jlooth, Otis Dumas and Fred Dunn. Music was furnished by a live. piece oicliestra. managed by . A. Phillips. In one corner of the ball punch bowls v,cio arranged and were pi-elided over by Mrs. P. J. Illanchaiil and Mrs. Anna F, Kenney. It was trltiy an edd folks' ball, young people not i yen be ing allowed as spectators. Pome people nttended this ball who had not danced for over 2 years. Among those from out if town who atleiidid were Mr nnd Mrs. H. A. Nlckerson, Mrs. 1, L Dli kerman, Mrs. Fannie Vinton anil Lucius Webb of Kast Cianvllle and Mr. and Mrs. George I'anton nnd Mr. and Mis. Gray of Urook. lield. Dr. Fianc-Is F.nton of Maiden, Mass , has let the G. K. Cusliman farm to Aitliur Mack from the east p.ut of the town. Mr. Bmith, who ran the plate for the past year will move to this village. Martin ItumriU, who curried on theGcorgc Hutch inson farm on the liraimreo branch, has The time of the elded upon but the Hev. V. M. Hardy of Foxerall. Mc, fotmerly of this place, will ofllciate. George Giaele. a mall about fti years of nee died TllesdM V lllfflll of COnSllmnllOll ill The home of his sister. Mrs. Louis Jerd. lb Mr. Grade arrived In this town about thi co months ago in a serious condition, being in the last stages of consumption, and since his arrival hero had gradually failed. He had been a strong healthy man all his life until several months ago. when he was taken sick and was obliged to give up bis work in Hoston. After spending a few months In New York be came to live with his sister. Mr", .b rd. lie is survived ly a wile, who was wlthj him al the time of his death, a mother.! two sisters. Miss Ada Grade of Nova J Scot In .'Hid Mrs. Louis Jerd. and thiee brothers. John, Krnest and Charles, all ol tills place. The luneral will be held this afternoon at the home of his sister on Kim stieet. Casslus Peck of liurlington was in town tile llrst of the week buying cattle with Mai tin Howell and returned to Hurling ton Tuesday night, having purchased a carload eif cattle which were shipped to tho college farm al Huilinglon yesterday. Herbert Campbell has Mulshed work at the Green Mountain stuck farm and has commenced work for II C. Super, who will carry on his farm this year. O. 1'. Hood, wdio has been carrying on tin- Su per farm fnr the past two years, will lln ish there April 1. nnd move his family to his house on Central street. Merrill W. Campbell, who lias been carrying on Hie Horace Lamb farm near the Center tor the past few years, has Mulshed thete and is moving his family to the 13. G. Huss house on School street. CHELSEA. Alonzo 1 1. Powers, during the last four years llrst selectman or the town, has purchased a reslc'ence In West nandolph and Is removing theie to live. As former landlord of the hotel and proprietor of the village Kllt mill he has oe copied a prominent place in business afahs anil both he and his etim hie wife will b suilly missed from so ial and icliglous circles here. Hev. W. 1C. Allen, the capable and popular pastor of the lo, il Methodist Chinch here during the last eight years, has announce. I Ids inten tion ol accepting a new appointment. His d(iiiiture will be deeply regri tied by all In this community where he is very highly est, cmed. I lerbert J. Kingsbury, the staf.'f-di Iver between Chelsea and West I' ill he has removed with bis family to lesi Ie In West Fan b e. Joint M Alwood is spending a six weeks' vacation with b;s parents after his nine week emolnj tnent as commercial tl.'iveler with New York linn. Al Hie end of this vacation he will hegh bis spring Mini iimmer tri n tbrougotit the West. Mrs. Inlla C. Crockett, aged rt ycais, Hi months Hid 11 das, died on Sun lav of Plight's liae.se The funeral was in Id on Tn. ilav afternoon, Hev. Herbert J. Wjckoff, parlor ol the ConsTcj'atleuiiil ,-huicW. Offieliting.-Mrs. Waller I' Addini r. - I'litlv slipped and fell upon her IV, nit door-step anil broke one of the bone. of be r right wrNt, John A. Lincoln, ur.d nearly 'il vrnrs. elied on Su:ul.,y la.-: of brnncbl.il line innnnlu. ( 'larencc M. Honk has gone lo work at C'e lisp hale-heiy in lloxbury. Aaron I!. S.nceni of Wash ington, Hi-eel 71 yens, ree-ently ele.,l at the resident of his i;rainldn aiihter, Mrs. G. Clinton How In. West, one of the oldest citizens of Hen sou. Is erv fen-hle. Miss L"lia Shattuck. who has worked at M. I J. Strong's for two yi'.ifs. hiis gone to her home In West Have i' Mrs. Cora llrown and Stephen P.rov. , vent to Poultney to see Stella i tin is pick with the grip. 15. !!. I;.,-, ..r of W hltehiill of the llrm of Hard in . ' wioin ,t Co., is visiting at W. S. ai i rah llascom's. A good deal of sick ne su pievalllng lr town nnd much gen nil .lio is about. F. K. Meacham com meiie d Monday as earlier on the new ruril free delivery route. FORESTDALE. Theodore Willett went lo Wh.illons burgh, N. V., Tuesday to attend the wed ding of his sister. Mrs. C. K. Hill and Mrs. A. G. K.dey are 111. Mrs. A. T. Penno of Hutland Is visiting her parents. Mr. anil Mrs. L. J. I'ortier. Mrs. Lewis llogers or Itutland is visiting relatives In this 1)1.11 e. 4- t f I X X Fnr Fridav, i A Few Vases (odd) t t IN Art Glass Former Price $1.25 and $1.50 Mnu AOr .X X For Friday Bargain i Day X -AT- t China Hal) Head of Church St. See show window. BRADFORD. WASHINGTON COUNTY MONTPELIER. Hairy C. Shurtlefl', agent for the T. J. Hubbard i-state. which, owns tho barn occupied by '1. It. Gordon at the rear of the Sabln block, had notice served on him 'I hursday by the Cnited States Clothes Pin company that da nages will be demanded for allowing this old shell ol" a .structure to remain on its pri'sent location A .iolnt notice was also served on Mr. Shurtlcft and the city of Mont pe lier that if this barn goes into tne river during high water as the' appearances Imlle.'ite It will, thus causing a dam of the water at the Central Vermont rail mad bridge, damages will bo claimed and the citv and the Hubbard estate will t-dntlv be held responsible. This Is the barn Humane Agent Puller of P.urllngton recently visited, finding one or two horses In such a condition that he ordered them killed. The boat el of school directors met Wed nesday and organized by the election of i Maine for some weeks has returni'd l-.oiiu much as the superintendent of the State hospital for the insane has pronounced Crolo a daiigormn man the trial wjll jirob ulily be simply ns n matter of form In or der that C'roto mny lie sentenced to tho Slate hospital, there, to ho conllned In the criminal ward. C. J Herry and Harry C. Jones have purchased tho giocery and feed business eondticleel In Montpc!le;r for the past 1!2 years by a. D, iiutlcr. Tho new llrm Is known as JJcrry &. Jones and they look possession yesterday morning. Mr. Ilutler will devoto his energies to his larm tit Montpeller Junction. The hoJy of Mrs. Emily W. Thayer, who died Sunday evening at New lied ford, Mass., arrived al Montpeliur Inst cv lug. The committal ne;rvle:c will bo held In Green Mount cemetery this inoin llig. Deceased was the- wife of Dr. W, 11. Tlniycr of Fulrhavejn, Mnss., and a daugh ler of den, j. i, i.uda of this idly. She was born In Vcrgennos and grndnated Irom the Fnlversllv of Vermont al Hur llnnton in ISfrt. Her death was Hie lesult of an operation In a private hospital in New Hedforel fcr an abscess in one ear. Mis. Thayer had a large circle of friends In Montpeller who sincerely mount her early death, She spent sevetal weeks lust Slimmer with her father and Miss Hose Lucia, he r sister, In this city. Clerk M. K, Smllle. leeelved yesterday from Judge Munson nn opinion In the Washington county care of A. C. Temple ton vs. the Capital Savings Hank ,t Trust compan.N arnued last January In supreme court. The suit wns brought in the lower 00111 1 to recover Tor the keeping eif sev eral horses bolonglng tn the bank taken on attachment by the plaintiff while a deputy sheriff. A Jury gave the plaintiff $211. Tn and costs, with Interest from De cember II, 1SM, and the supreme court af firms the Juilgment of the county court. Articles of association have been lllcd inn the oillce of the secretary of state Tor the Howard Pulp Paper company of P.ellows Fulls, with a capital sloi'k of $ihikI. Wells ft Hoyles completed yesl relay the wotk of hanging i.ew draperli's in the executive chamber. Senate chamber, Hep ' 'senlatlVes hull and the vestibule III He SI te House. The p-eva.hng olor l.i lb" Senate chamber Is green and In Hep refentatives' hall is red, while in the gov ernor's room it Is straw colored French jull, heavily corded and fringed. EAST ROXBURY. Charles Duffey has moved to Wallace Felch's farm In Northhlleld. Susie Ditty, who bus been nt her aunt's, Mrs. Orza Hoyee's, has been ill with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. C. Paine havo returned to Centre Harbor. N. H Henry Luce from Randolph has moved to the Mudgett faim. Dr. Hills wns called lo see Mrs. John Davis Saturday, who is III EAST MONTPELIER. A donation party was given at H A Pierce's on Thursday eenlrg for II. A William. Freelove Ciller, who recent ly was slricki'ti with paralysis, ihed on Saturday. Mrs. C. W Foster Is lll.-M's Austin Coster and '.-cral others nr.- ill with the grip, SOUTH WOODBURY. The He v. C. N. Cooleelce ec b.mges Willi the Hev. II. U Waul of Harelwlek next Sunday. News has been ri'ceived of the sudden death of H. W. Lance from apoplexy which took place at bis home In Lowell. Mass., last Sunday. He. was a nephew of the late Dr. R. W. Lance H" leaves a wife. C. N. Watson has sold his feed business to Willis Laird Mrs Frank Hatchelder and Myrtle Lance wer railed to Lowell, Mass., on Monday to attend the funeral of Herbert W. Iauce. WATERBURY CENTER. Mrs. Carrie Davis Hatohcliler. who has been visiting in,-Morrlfvllle for two weeks, returned home Saturday. Mrs.. II. N. Hushnell of Wailsfield, who was Wilting ncr brother, S. H. Huse, was called honv list we ek because of the Illness of her husband. J. A. Gllmore Is ill with the grip and Jaundice I.. C. Gray of Godd'ird Seminary, Ilarre, who came homo because of Illness, will not re turn to his school work until nexl term. MUs Isabel Anderson Is visit ing In l'rushton. N. Y., and vicinity. Mrs. S. A. Hoys, who has been visiting in H. W. ALLEN & CO. IN THE BASEMENT LINEN SECTION- Large new shipments of Linen Tovels arc now on exhibition, forming" a leading and important attrac tion at this time. Linens are much higher now than several months ago when our orders were being given to the importers. 100 Dozen Extra Heavy Huck Towels with Damask border, Size 18x38 inches, Priced ot 15 CENTS or $1.00 per dozen. 00 Dozen Heavy all pure Linen Huck Tovels, white and colored borders, hemmed ends, Size 16x34 inches, Price 18 CENTS, or $2.00 per dozen. 50 Dozen Heavy German Huck Towels, Damask border, Size 18x35 inches, Price 25 CENTS, or$2.50 per dozen. 50 Dozen Heavy German Linen Huck Towels hemstitched, Damask border, Size 20x38 inches, Price 25 CENTS, or $2.75 per dozen. h; W. ALLEN e CO. 1 mm icro Mob in Springfield, Ohio, Takes Punishment of Murderer Into Its Hands. WAS SHOT IN JAIL YARD lloily Then Hung to 'telegraph Pol an. I Itidelleit viilh lliilii-l-, r) llnel Mm! n Pcilleeiniih. V bo s Ti'jlnit lo rrest llhii for an Atteiupleel Murilrr. Sprlnsfidd. O . Mirth 7 P.i b i II negio. was taken lr n I nt eee n o'cloi'k .. i II. death hi the .1 , i I vnr I , body Wis lle-n tak"i, lo II--Main strei t and Kouv , , i , . hung to a telegraph p.. h i spent the- iir-xt haii . r n body with bulb ts Tiom -' . levolvers. The- "lob fore. 1 en entr.n - i l. bill I ing in I ii c ,i-t i s ii road lion. lJI.on shot Polirem.in Clur' th " Di. d ; SELECTION. AW strontfly urj-'p (iiii-k choosini; in C'urpots for Sprins:. You cot more pnlttM'iis to plioosc from. You arc suiv to ' hnvp thiMii wIkmi Wiiiitcd (a considei'iitiou) and one needn't pay until Carpets are laid. For nice ooods nothing' yet compares with AXMMSTERS. Patterns and colors will surely please . (iiialities we warrant without reserve. Hi e eye and weni'intr. Prices $1.25, S1.35, $1.50, $1.65 and $1.75. No charges for making, laying or lining. brnnl; ll.irely Is .-iy sicu wilh pucu. lunula A. ,1 Clark ol llirre liiis sold hi ri siilence to (ieorgi- A. ,b nklns --l-'reil vciett of Mont pedhT eanie Thursdav In siend n tew days uiih his pnnnls. Dr. and Mis. V II. Hve-rc ti.-V. W, lingers has fonc to J!.iti wln-re In- has position in I he st, niuii Mrs ,. . Jones returned from ilerly H I . I it weeU .Mis. I! s, iioouer c iiu-riiiineii few lrlends Fridav evening. Dr. S . S Cole has been ill and unable to attend to his work. Miss Kvn Hunt gave a. flinch: paro f'riel.iy evening. Miss Cicrtriide Dewey is ls,ting .Miss Ada Melndor at I'all lec. Hill I Ison Sargent of W inchen- elnii. Muss,, has be en at homo for a wee k. Mrs. A. H Sleeper of Lexington, Mich.. is the guest of alls. .1. I;. Sleeper. Mrs, II. P Hlford left for l-:.'ist Hnndolph, Thursday after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C I,. I'e.ivy. Mr, and Mrs. H. K, Parker entertained their friends at a whist party brldny evening. .Mrs. l.. (i. llaldHln is visiting nt Iut homo in Nortli Montpeller. -Mr. and Mrs. F. A. I'ay of Kast I larilwlck arc gue-sts ol Mr. i tie Mis. lMgiir Hunt WILLIAMSTOWN. The funeral of Mrs. John Whitney. (Kuuleo Martin) was held at the home of In r son. Kdwln M. Whltiu-y. In this vil lage on Sunday, the Itev. Frances Kim ball olllcl.itlng Mrs. Whitney hud been sick about a week at tile time of her ilentb, having taken a i-olel from which she could not Hilly. Mis. Whitney was llle oiliest of si'Veii children bom to Mlnol mid Nancy Mnilln, all of whom lived to bo over Ml and live are now living. Sim leaves three children, Utile. I-'rcd anil IMwlii, all living in town. She would have been M at her next birthday hi .lime. The school hoard havo organized by elecliiig Lewis M. Seaver chnlrmun anil llenrge I-:. Wllber cleik. There are lo be .10 weeks or school this year, three terms of ten weeks each. The spring term will open April R Seven schools are yet to be supplied with teachers, The winter term of the high school closes the (nil of March und reopens tho iilsl of Hie same month. Mrs. Mary Cireeuc Ny C llerllu Is spending a few days will, her aunt. Mrs. Heorgn W. i.ynde, It Is ex pected that Miss Mattle Watson of Mont peller will be pri'sent nt tho meeting of the Badli's' Heading club at Mrs. Wll ber's on Saturday of this week to gvn u talk on her till" through Italy. II. U. Cheney ami Ilenry Wood will movo their household t'oods to Northlleld this week, nnd It is said they will go Into business their, Tin liikets Tiin nt i '.k AT I'lims ASSOCIATION, I". M. ejodd.ud, ehaliman iind eieorgo O. fHratton, se-ci"taiy. The board has only one new member, II C. Cileaon In rdace of A .1. Sibley, resigned. The hoard in-k that I-'. It. Dawley and C. S. Whiltier be I en poli.leei truant oftlcers. The election ot a superintendent of schools was de ferred until the next meeting. The board vot el n n epiisltlon of $1.MY. Special officer W. A. Hills, who was sent last week to Portsmouth. .. II., to a. certain the number ef I tilted Stales litjuor licenses held 111 this city, while theie not only attended to the business lor which he was sent but he also looked up the' number of .such lleenseu In Id In Washington county .'.nil In the Stale, lie found are held In Wasbliiglon county, anil hi the .tato, liiejniling one per cenl. bier llcein-es. .Mr. Hills also found lh.it llardwiek which olcd no liicnse las' yen- has 1 uoverniiiiut licenses. There aie 2",0 State licenses in folic. Mr. 1 His h.Ti fiirnlslieil Suite's Attorney Sen u r a sworn i'flldail of his findings. Mrs. Freelove Cutler, widow of Timothy II. Cutler who illcel 2:i years ago, dlml Tlniisdiy evcilnpr at Hie re-sld-nce of Mrs llatile Hall, her dnighier, in Kist Mor. I polier. sirs. Cutler v..is il years "Id Sic bail b'on In good h'-nllli until two v. ee;s ago when she suffered a shod; of par tl. sis from which .she never rallied. Sic b'iivi s throe children end seven gran li'hddrc n. Funeral services were held ire-ai b. r Lite hoire Monday after no n nt two o'clo-k, lb. Itev. .1. HI ward AVilghl oflii l.itiug. P.urial was in the Ci.ib i eeineii-rv. airs. Cutler was tho el-1 I pel mih In K.iH .Montpellcl'. She; was a native of tint town and had lived tlii.ru nearly all hi r life. Fred H. Whitiler expects lo leave fnr f Ici'inaiiy tin last ol this month where In' i' lo sluilv the-vialln in the i onHTvn tei;' nt f.eipsir. Hi ll.liimlll Itolierls ia to lake Mr. VA hiitloi's place in Wilder's or- ciicste i' during Ills abseiui iind also Is to pl.i.x in Hie Montpelici' Military band dur ing Hie suinirer. Mr. Itoberls has for some lime bci'ii a violinist nt tho t'nlon S'limre 'I'healre In New Veuk. I'repiirations are nlre.'idy In prepress for a conceit and ilanc for t lies benelit of He.ilon hospital to be gtvcin 111 Armory Jiall under the .-inspires nf the 1 nelies' Aid of the hospital on Monday evening, April 4. Janus V.. Mitchell, for rcvci l years manager eif the Pavilion vegetable farm near Montpeller Junction, has gone to Minneapolis, Minn., where ho e peels t'i leslde ill the future. Tho case ol I, P. Lawrence against r. .1. Sawcr to recover money held in a llducnry capacity was heard Frhkiv evening in cliv court nnd the plainiirf was given judgment for ISS.ls. with a cot titled execution. The llielknient was paid Salurilav nfternoon. The committee! appointee! to solicit suli seripilons for the capital stock of th" Pine A Montpeller Athletic association is meellng with excellent success in lioih cities and there Is no eloiibt but what Hane iiinl Moiilpedier will have n llrst class team this si'iiron in the Northern league, Much enthusiasm was shown at a c onference held at Ilarre Saturday even. Ing between representatives from the two cities and the committees tiro in corre spondence with sovern I well known play ers in nn I'utlenvor to gi't an option on their services. Tho olllclals of the llairo & Montpeller Traction and Power coin P'liiy are doing their full sluiro toward hiving some ilrst-clans base ball eliirlng the coming summer. I hev have promised to lit up a groimil somewhere between the two cities and to give those having charge of base ball mutters tho free use. or Mich groiiuels. .Mrs. Pauline Ills-son died Monday at the home of F. W, Hlsson, Iut son. nrter an Illness if several weeks, resulting from an allack or illpiiineria. ueceaseci was a native of SI, Martins, r. and wns "I years old. She came to Monlpcller six years ago lo reside with her fop. She was tho mother of thirteen children, six of whom survive her. Fnneinl services wore held from St, Augustine ciiiirch Wrdncs day morning uml tho burial was In the Catholic cenietory. Tho prospects nrc that the trial nf ll.irtholcmew Crnto for tho murder of Peler Vorron ill Hast Montpeller. Sen t ember 7 hibt, will bs held in WnuhlnKtnii county court somn time In April. Inn3 Mrs. Ceorge Mansfield of Shelburne ami Mrs. Mary Manslleld Huse of Mon.pellcr were guests of S. A. Mansfield the oast week Mrs. Abbie Henry and little grand daughter Irom Massachusetts were guests of Mrs. Nellie Muriy the past week. Miss Jessie Huller of Hyde; lark called on friends here Monday. WAITSPIELD. In 1VS. Ho owned the llrst hotel In town, cert at Hethel Frld ly evei.ini; given by which stood where (!. E. Moody now lives (;,, ,.iih and Wilder's orchestra. Mr. Moody has been epilto a. speculator i William nintham of Lowell, Mass.. was In real estate ami has owned a good in town several days last week.-Hoyt slinie of the land in the vIllHge. He has I ICnlght recently purchased a farm In always been epilte prominent in local pol- ' Hartford and will move then- this spring. itir.se. and still retains his Interest In town A daughter was born Suiul.iv to Mr. and affairs, havlntr retained to a marked cle- Mrs. William lilngham. .Miss riertrude gree his physical and mental faculties. clooilale has returnnd to her school in For .V) years he has been ii memner en Somervnle, .Mass., after a week s vacn- News has been received at the home of A A. Kni'eland of the xudden death of invight. oldest child of Charles and Ida Oreaer of Pomona. C.il. The parents had taken their c hildren Into the moun tain" for an outing and while they we-re preparing lunch the boy, nine years of age seeing a lizard, e-.iuybt up Hie gun they had caiiied with them mil struck at it with the stock, holding the muzzle toward him. The gun was discharged iind Ihe ball p.isse 1 entirely through his abdomen and c omn out nl his buck. Medi cal aid v.vs summoned as sonn as they could loach home bill llle little' fellow illcd thiil night, I'ebriiiuy i2. This is the third child Mr. and Mrs. Hivaser have been eiubU upon to part with. The- 1, idles' Aid society, of Hie Mi tho- diet Church, held ;fj "sugar lisuval al their dining minis, on Wednesday evening. ( 'larencc Kew. who wns em ployed as engineer nt Kngan's st-am mill, had a nanow escape irom Instant death lasl weed., fin Wednesday morning as he was assisting to put on a large belt his clothing caui'ht on the pulley, or on the shaft, whirling linn around the rhtl't, and drawing him through a l." lech space. Fortunately the shaft was not running at a very high rale oi speed, and Ins elolhii g giving way in- was rele.i -eel in time- to save life. He was however very badly bmi.-ed ami laceraleel, one linger being torn off, and his clothing com- jiktely ulrlripeel nfr. V. II. Mui'shall wns in liurlington, ami iirisioi on misi. ress a few days last week He o. II Hastings had the nilsfoitune lo loe one nt nls fine pair of larite grey horse:, l.isi week. rtov Chlpnuin lu;i moved his family into .1. A. Carpenter's tenement, next to the hotel, and will clrhe team for O. (i. F.aton. Lena liiHluiell. Maud lloyce, Charles Iligelow, and lairl Parker are at hnnie from Montpeller Seminary for the spring vacation Anionic the numerous sick ones the following have been confined In the house the past lew days: Chas. J. fiteene, Capt, . N lliisbnell. John nronn. I ho, Samb-rs, Chas. Higclow, nnd Kllza Dale. The I. f), O. F. Loilge are planning a "tuny sugar" supper nt their rooms as soon as the "rap starts. WATER3URY. Itlcharel Fldelock has rcntevl tho Muzzy jdiiee and expects to occupy It soon. The place was reecntlv- vacated by X.era lUMs. I'. D. Lidd has securiel a position in i ;;ioiei store in H.ure, wheie he expects to go soon. Tho following is a list or advertised let ters at the poslofflce: Nellie M. Huberts, Joseph Dixon, l-'rcd Dlrell, J. W. Mague, Mrr. Wm, Smith, Tom Wrlne. William Wallace fell 111 Ills turn on Hay- cb n hill Saturday night, seriously Injuring bis h n and shoulder. -Mr. w.iunce lives alone anil was not found until Sunday morning. The village held Its annual meeting al Ihe town hall Momlay evening- nnd Ihe following olllecrs were elected: I'resl dent, Kelward Farnir. trustees, li. H. Moody, M. I-:. Davis; clerk, .1. K. I'ulliu--loir liiiisurer, (1. II- H-ih'; collector, c. C. Oraves, llrst uuelllor. H. Htlllltb: second auditor, .1- S. lliilchelder; third auditor. ;. II. Dale, chief engineer, (Mill King; lii st assistant engineer, S. W. (lup t II s second assistant engineer, (Irani ltus sell: llrst (lie wareh'li. Jos- Hutchinson; second Hie warden. .1. F- Somervllle; third lire warden. O. L, Ayers: fouith lire warden. Frank Williams; water toniiuls sinner, !. D, Drown: voleel lo raise u tax of 3ii cents on the dollar of the grnml list; voted fi pay the lire company 510). H was voted to mako repairs on tho town hall, F.llslia Moody celebrated Ills Hist birth day nt ills home on Main street Monday nfternoon, Mr- Moody Is the oldest living resident In town and has been a resident nl Walcrhury about M years, having como hero from Strafford, the place of his birth, the Methodist Church. During the day Mr. Moody was the recipient or many calls by friends and relatives. His many friends' unite In a sincere wish that ho may live to celebrate many more such occasions. Warren Woodard. whose house was burned Tuesday night, laid just made arrangements to traele the property for a farm in Morctown and the papers wei" to have been drawn up esterdnv. MIDDLESEX. Mrs. J. H. Daniels went to Watcrhury Tuesday to care for Mr. Daniels, who is ill there. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Swift and two daughters, Liny and Helen, retunud Tiiesdav irom a few days' visit with rela tive" In Hldttnond The benullt dance i., be glvi'ii J. W. Ktran is lo be held March IT instead of March 11. Music will be fur nished by Chase's orchestra. Miss Mat tie Price of Harre visited l few days at l'.r-r home tin llrst ot the week. He-nry W. Nichols and Mrs. Kdna ltoblnson were united ill marriage at Montpediir by tin' Itev. .1. Felward Wright Weilnesdny. March I' -Mrs. I'. II. Hammond continues ! clowlv improve. Mi. .Mlliur Newball dsitoil relative s in K.iinhdph Center a lev.' iliivs hist week .Mr. iind Mrs. John P. Us 11 MMleil the Iitl.-r p.ut of last week with I'latlve'S in Fayston. F. 15. Mlb s spent Sunday with bis family in town. Mrs. Wallace eiooihvin returned 'I'uis-dny from her visit in New York. U. H. nnd L. M. linn e have rented their larm to :i Mr. Morse oi Duxhury. Ibey r.io to inmc to Montpeller. 1 I l PLAINPIELD. Truman llartlett ha ninv, d his goods into Dr. Lni'lle's house which he re cently pure-based. Constance Parks Oinl last Monday night after a long illness Funeral services w.re held nl the house on We elnesd.o . The dire dors of iin creainciy cIm iol llairls ; i tun. presldcit ; Sedomoii H.iiilitt, vie o-pi eskli'iit ; si-cre-laiy, ). Ty. Martin; treasurer. H. F. J,cav ell; milk clerk. W. 1;. (Ice Mrs. June Wells is recovering from her at Kiel: of tin. grip. MORETOWN. lion siient with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hoodale. Glenn Doublrday, who is working In Providence', It. I., came home Saturday for a vacation of two wcelis. Mrs. 10. M. Sargent returned last week rrom Worcester. Mass. Mrs. Albert Sargent is reclverlng from her recent III- i ness. GAYSVILLE. The Shakespeare club met with Miss I Agi es leap Tueselav eve nlng. -Mbs Ma. "'I Miller of Methui'ti. Mn.-s., was , ne gu.-.-t of her brother, the lte. J W .Mdbr, the' llrst of the week. Mrs. C C Smith., who had a lU'ht atlick of pneumonia last week. Is improving F. D. (louM and son, Mervllle have been the guest? or his parents- at "I'lc'isuit i, w rarm" in Hnn dolph for a few days -Miss Kate Wilson was unable to rcl'iru lo Ie r In nil in liet'vl Monday on necouut of Illness II. L. Mills and family and Harris Waters, wife and daughter, Peati'leo, have been spending a lew elays In Hriilge wnter. Frank Porter is working for the i (treen Mountain Wood Tinning company, j Messrs'. Jo-., an I Higgins are hoaidmg at H. J. Wlnte omh's. -Mrs Maggie Has. 1 sun and Mr. and Mrs. Bui ton Uo'oerls iVn'O Cllle I le, hethel l.ist Week by tie death of tlie.r e?r.aiid nother. .Mrs. Hniriott i AU Minder, who w.i ; ss years of aci . i Mr end Mrs. Ode-lt ol P.ri-tol have come i to live for ii while .it Cl.ailes L-jllard s j READING. I Mr". Newton, who bis be. p. spenli, i several weeks with h. i son. H. M. Ni-n-j Ion. ha." returned to Springfield. Mi, II. K. Ob"r, a formi r resident of this t.,in. Iiiied in Wcodstuei; lasl n k. Mi-. A.r.an. .ill 1'lke. a native and foimer nsideiu of 'this town, di'id al her homo In Wind:-, i la-t Sitiirdav. Mrs. p;e wjs wnlo.v of the 1, le Chest, r Pike m C iruish. N. i'. in1 d iiighle-r ot the kite I., i. F' 'iisoi . Dot'ii Davis is winking in Cave ndtsh. Mrs. cieoigc Whlti'omb of 1 West l.ebiinon, N. 11.. recently visit.. I In r I sisters. Mis. P.ic -mil .lr.s. linn hill -j Theiv was i large allci lam e at the tem perance metlmr on Sun lay evening:. Feb- ruarv Jv (inn nnd hard colds are i- ,i IlliiK to a rre il exte lit. y, Jle r.niy while the- , lie-m, r's loom In a hole ' i led lo 1 1 li 1 1 tie- pi i -e ,i d : it l 01. w.lli Anna e- rht , v w a, in he was ,ic., ir i , h. to go to the hotel with 1 Ol V. !.,i, ) loom Dixon and Mi-- c irln i i, i and Dixon is said i,, h.,ve hiit r the bre.ial. Ihe police o u then ittemnieel lo arrest Dixon whe the latter tlr'il Into the ofllcer's boej Inlllitlig f.tt l w minds. Collls died to-day and score of pennla became arouse-d over iin tr.i?e,v Kariy this evening a mob or MO pcr-.on-i g.iiher. eel nt the count v Jail with th. avowee! purpo'-e of lyni hing Dixon, who cornea Irom Cynlhiana. Ky. S'leiiif I.outzahn appeared on the ,all sieps and maele ,m ineffee tu..l attempt tn ellspet sp the crowd. liy tine o'clock the mob had Inereesecl lo ii men nnd the ,id ,ir, v is .m-plc-ldy illlcd. I'hi. electric llcl-t n,r. 1, id i t t'lo slier iff . i'. si lenc id w i nt and both plai es ;,ti Tiltf moo had a thr i r , 1 i ,t Pre d at the i h.-I nil i ii,' i i , a diel not c her t an e in . .1 At 10:;;n, however r'i" Inr ' i,i I rj eiue I although pro ip i;c o si en near I he court lei j. adjacent tn the jail. 'I'll, police nevertheless be, ire i - d that tbi'ie was nothing mon ti i they with other ollielals aid u n mi n passed trcrly in and out of 1 Shortl liefore eleven o'cloe k a d t wis made by n small crowd mov, n tlie- east doors around to the so trance. The police followed ai l r was made at jostling Hum off tr-i t a leading up to the south cut! He crowd nt this point kept mow it s- u yells of "hold the police," ' sina.. So doors.'' "I.Mich the nigger" were m , i -terspeise-d with revolver shot- Al ' 1 time tlie party with the lieaw r i,w,i ir n was beating at the cast door whidi snuri ly yielded to the battering ram s dil il inner lattice iron doors. The mob deit surged through the enst door, overpowered tin sheriff, turnkey and hni.'ifu' or cle j. tics ami begiin the' assault or the lnj:t turnstile leading to the cells The police rrom the south loor w "l called inside and III five m 't s t w door had shared the fate of th. rite In an Incredibly short time the Jail was Idled bv a mad mob of S me wi'h all the entrances aid .Mini 'oi ia I lo l'ullv l.'t'i men. Tne he .u ir j .ir tilion leading to tho cap- resist' 1 IV ui e Uei'tually until aid t-d- i a h imnnrs at ri e Seeing lb it f rib-r f'sislae e w b ss and to .i - o. 1 t-, ki "lug . f ' m isomrs. th. niti.orities . the dem.ind ei' t1,. m for . man. 11" was ,Ii 1 rom th. eel tj the jail door anj Her," el iw ti Steps down to th- p .ved , n rt 4 jail yard. l' a'mg .1; att' n.. .t unit eif the pub, e to n ue him ti i- crs foi mod a boll w -i.uir. knocked the n-ero to Hi - cioui d near m iilm fell b:ic four ui Nlr.e shots were llred Into bis form ami s.itl-hed that In w., dozen men gral be I the liMts wiHi triumoii nit 'he r the m. lb I . Lilt led la i- r 1? t S Into Columbia l 1 e, t Fountain un t m 'tic thoiougbfai-es 111 tl th. inteiset'tioi. oi M 1 ope was In' J .1 . I Two 1 a men the , In hi I 1 v Mr? F.iriiham has movol back fioni Wnlerliury Into her house heic Don Hudiley has rented his farm. The family moved there last week. Mr. and Mrs. 1 , inner 1111111 .iiernuiy are to won; loi'i jt,e; icorge 1, vans 1111s year - 1 ne mission lry mi'ellng Friday met with Mrs. D. (). Free man. The young ladies ,if Mop town (I T lodge Invited the gentlemen of the loelge to 11 leap year straw ride up to Sunshine Lo Ige Tnesdav night About "n went from here, Wnilslleld and Fayslou Lodge attended and about T.'i sat down to slipper. The evening was spent In for 11. e good of the under, singing, speaking and reading. District Deputy McCulla gave nil address on "How Lodges Should He Coiiilucli'il to Do the Most flood." Henry (1111 went to Jericho Saturday to visit his father, who is sick there. The Hev. O, It. Wells exchanged pulpits with I lie Hev. Mr. Henderson of Wallslleld Suniliiy. - Miss lte-iiu llvans from Walcr hury is In town. The I-idies' Aid met Wednesday with Mrs. A. K. Ixivc-Jo. iT.onnnss nF poisonini; casi: HKNNINCITON COI'N'W Cul'l: IN r. WINDSOR COUNTY BETHEL. Mis. Albert P.oweii. who has been cailug for Mrs. Sarah Chapman, returned lo her home nl Windsor Monday Alonzo Kmery Is at home Ibis week from Waehlngiou, D. (V, to look' after his farm on Ihe Itan diilpli in.nl Principal (1. S. Wright Is sur rerlng from ,1 severe relapse fiom Hie grip und In conseeiui'iice of his Illness the school is taking lis spring vacation twn weeks euiller II11111 usual and will open again Miin'li 1" Dennis L, Shaw is con llned lo his house with 11 severe attack 1 of the grip iind be.ut tumble. Dr. and Mis. Dlto lireeue returned from a week's ng 1 1 1 to New York city Salurdny SOUTH ROYALTON. Mosii A. Daniels Is recovering fiom nn attack of pneumonia. Mrs. lloyt of Lowell, Muss , Is 11 guest at her sister's, Mrs, O N. .Stoughton's, iMrs, Martha Sibley has relumed from Massachusetts, Mrs William Clogslon of Hoston, who has been at A P- Skinner's for the past three weeks, returned to her lioine last Saturday -John H. Durkec is seriously III, Several from here attended tho con When Iteiinrngtou county coiiit resinned its session Monday afternoon the' poison- c.ise against John Doyle and Uueue Sarood was resumed. Hnjier O' linen testitifd that he be.ud Doyle say that he could lay his band on Ihe man that poisoned the colts, lie did not believe .Mrs. tlleks had anything to do with It. Charles Whitman testified that Sargood told him after he was arrested that he was afraid it would go haul with him. Charl Chase, coutt re poller, trsliiied that Samo.d tesll lled befoii. the grand Jury lu June last that he- had no suspicion of .my one ex cept -Mrs. Ilicks. John Dulo was calle I lo the stand in Ills own behalf He testi tieil tl, it he hoard Mr links say she did not want colts lu their b.un. IU' always considered lilalr one of his best friends. Ills testimony caused consider, able lnteii-st. It was to the effect that Mrs. Micks told her husband that his hoises were all right, that she was fiv iiucntU' In an intoxicated condition: that - Hie il chi V I .-It . 'IT. . nd mar hej of the 1 r ,n .11 ,1 Hie 1 street wlni tile 11 1. . 1' l"' 1 1 : , 11 ,1 ' . . ' w 11 i. w is gr - ri .1 ,s eel , tn I a y 1 d SUI-'e I O 1 il k. 1 1 i t 1 f. r with A in ill. o1- I .': ' r the bod v lorth 1 1. .in C e bullels pol . ,1 11 ,1 ..i-nis won,, I e .1 mil -1 1 v 1 - -1 r.i 1 iv 1 1 w .1 1 Tbro'ig' oil 1 . I Wis in 111 I I 1 ' I J ed in tl'.e bc-t of his 11c. 1. -t ner. Ids re'inher Co. lis had served 1' ye irs 01 fon e and w is regiiuleil as O'u i' nm-t reliable . nd clbclent m vn in police dep.u iment. r 'ii rr ""tes 'g ha k c th r 11 Tl '1 e ri"u'y 1 u s, . c, w C'l 1 the m b went I ect g id or let J e ,'er , -ne set m l.umor i 'k 1 with bur while r dins tl e t' a JOHN BARRETT CHANGED. In Xanieel n l iiKeel StntCM Minister t I'liiinnin Dliier CI111nf.es, Washington. March has directed the tr.msfe present minister lo Hie lie, to lie minister to !.-Tb r of J Prf!t n It'rrctt, Arge I r p 1 . Pa 11 a mi W wi'diUng evening. he had heard Micks llirenlcn lo break her lieek; that she was Ireeiucntly vlslteil by men; that her hiisbaud bad told her that. If he came home again and found men there, that he would murder her; that In one dispute! she' said to Hicks, "You killed jour llrst wife, but you won't kill me if 1 get the llrst chance.'' It shows that counsel are going to bring out as their line of defence that Mrs. lllcks kill ed the cults, and also put the poison in the imp for her husband. Doyle also said that Mrs. Hicks had showed him bruises that she claimed lllcks had given her lu iiuarrels. The counsel for the defence claim thai they will produce some datu nRlng testimony against Mrs. lllcks, who was formerly a fuiewonian in 1'rcar's dc I : 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 store In Troy, and who was, il Is claimed, elisch irged from there for being intoxicated. Another witness testl lied that S.ii good told him that If tho case went against him he would throw up his hands and start lor Windsor. As the trial proceeds, Doyle Is apparently losing his nerve, bill Sargood maintains his composure. Three Parisian "apaches," or hooligans, recently set on 11 man who was taking his wile b une after a pcrforinniico nt the Odenn, It rhiinceei thai the man wns 11 professor of suvate- hand and fool "box ing' - und the roughs we're Insensible when the police took them away, Hussell, al present chatge at Par nn , has been made minister to Coloirbi 1 1 Arthur W. Henupre, now mu . r 1 1 1. lomblii. has been made mim-l. r o rg 1 Una to succeed Mr U.irn it. FOREIGN NOTES. Heart disease an 1 nervo,-. 'ritnr, the ahvost unknow n .nnon t "1 t r esc. 'i nis immiiniu Is el trmutoel I n 1 iliiiiniiully and cheerfulness of the J 11 u esc. In Dutch (lulai ii Ihe wouiri ir n n their persons all tin Ir famllv savings H Ihe shape 4 f heavy briedel anklet neek'ace.s ami even crowns or g 1 1 and silver. Wagci In Husslau faclorles ic wc ccnlu an hour and upward hue ,in HioMsutids who woik tor a cent u hut unci lens ot thousands who do r 't re eivn thirty cents a clay for ten. cImco anJ more hours work. FF.KSONAl. Ilnhert Walker of New York been appointed assistant t th counsel of the Chicago. Hack l'acllle llalhvnv I'ompany. oill. , way. New V01 k clly. son of the late Col. of the 11th Vermont ily hai gener il and Si llro I. Mr. ilk. r is tin Ald.o e F -Ikei regiment who w t one or the most uiscingiiisin'ii 1 k,u hint soldiers und leading: lawyers trenj the (Irccn Mountain State, and al tbt time of his death was chairinan of th( board of directors of the Ati bison To peka & Sanla Fc railroad The n o J lrlends of Mr Walker will rongritu'.ut him upon this appointment nn 1 wish but tho success hi' deserves Klin Nemoto, 11 prominent Iffinpcrauce woiker who has to thn Housi or Commons for pie lei lure Japan Is a ixriiTiati ol th( Vnlversity of eriniuit and he mini 111 y friemls while in Hililinglou, Christian a f is Itccii elei te 01 the Fhanld