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AOL. LXXIX. NEW SERIES VOL. LI. BURLINGTON, VT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1005. NUMBER '-M T. tocal Items of Interest Prom All Parts of the Green Moun tain ,ate. THE NEWS I i COUNTIES rhr Wlnoonkl Vt ', Vlllnn npNortk I'rom the InlnnJJ tlic Lake lo (he ranotimpKlo, Along Oiler Creek and by llir Shore of Walla Hirer Corered Sir "pe dal Corrc.poprnl3. ADDISON COUNTY VERGENNEB. Rnhril 1' has Klveu up his posi- t . li. n. i n! I3I cli-Io Win Its in - u N. Y.. where he has been l i.i mi- ui" past four or live years ( o s s'-t' In .lucks-mi. Mirll., where n s a -ipttd the position "f iitnlilor ri.isuter of tin- Ciimtnonvv-aHh I'nw. i i ,p,in, of Unit city. Mr. P.ivey Is li ni'ii'f vvdl known resident of thin city i 1 i hi if Mr. nnil Airs. .Inlili Pavey. ' i Nooiiuu uf Addison icccntly 1 ' 'ii year-old liull tli.it dressed i 1UI I- Mi K thcrinc Voitnir died Alondav 1 i i ( i tin homo of Mr.. 1'.. F. Young I r i - - of ncnrl.v four vi'in s, iiK'(l I --s VoutiL wits horn February ) v ,, s 1 1 y, when- win' bus resided I r ! time. She wus tin- widow ol k I' I Youiik ami sister ol t lit I ,1 i . r J.-hn :. Roberts of t 111 K oily. (- w s 1 slily respected In the coinmu 1 d I' IS lll-Cll n im mlii'l' of tin" Cnn- ii t.H.jl Chinch for many years. The e W'idi.o.i- 1 mt !' I w is held til the Inn p.. 'tniiiK at 10::;a o'clock. daughter was bom to Sir. and Mrs. I ss us I Hair Saturd.i. . lie Fleet UriilRe Ciemneiy coiiip.'iliy o! A i . tiiMlKe held their annual nieetititr at 1 1n- ii" iii-iy '.inlilhii; Satunlay eveninn nl i I .ted tie lollinin nltieeis for th.. nil Hit; '..It. President, lltol'Ke li. i I ,lil .i ill rv and in .iurer. 'in lel.iii .11 Sli til HiI'i eml -'. Mllo .InhilSnU. t'. M. J.ii Iniil !ln Siiirlev.int, C. A. Harher, ' ...iiiiis I lirm), The iiinipany Is In a piieperous i oi ii 1 1 1 tot i , tho proceeds i r the last year having 1" en tln.Oni, mi Jm rease of !S','.tKi over the preeetlmir .n'lir. A m ii w. f hor'i to Air. and .Mrs. UM- i 1 Hie o.i S.i I iirtl.iy. l si in Il.illeek of Wnlthaiii sustained n 1 roken jaw and new-nil bad Hashes on li h fi-ee Iroiti kicks received from a horse Siturdny eenltui. Vr and Mrs. S. .P. Miner entertain ed .ibi at .ii of their friends at their jb.is.'it boine on lillimv street 1'rlilay i ' ii s Hlr veil tables were devoted to wlist, l". M. Ciosby wiiinlnir tin- (,rn ii-itiis (list ii I y.c and i'icoi'Ko (' It the e.in-ola.iiin. Mrs. Kli Mllo li. .idns' prize liefreshments ii i 'ted duriiiK: tin- t yen inn. 1-eoti . o- lii'.ittlehoro is in town vlslt ; i i mi -Mrs. Lewis i 'liampaiio and it t-i Mabel, have leturnetl fioin ii.i units' visit to In-r sister, Mrs. i j-ih.v Miss Alice Merrill, who i.e. H visiting- relatives in Ilurlliiu i i t'ie past week, has leturnetl i an v Frank Rivers, -If., had both itiove the anUlo in his rlKht Ick t a fteiuht train strlkint; a slide i ho was puitim: ico Into the ie i t the d. pot. Pi's. I'lielps and mh lalhd nnd reduced the fine- MIDDLEBURY. rxe. nlive eominitteo of tho Ad nneiv Abi ieiiltui'iil society met pallors of the Addison house sd.i. iilternoon iind went i the premium list and revised due H1R ii-h Special committees were 'td to revl-e classos 22, 21 anj npi'" d nr. ne; them up to date, It was I 'I to I. nve a children's day! " nl l tin i.-.si day of tho fair .1 - hiltli.-n mnlei 1 'i years of ;t,'e . .lmitteii fiee. Colniiel lllsley ifi Jiii for loinpctitlvts work of Kind niiinni," the seliolars of Addl 1 ii'1 A i oinniittun of two was i. 'id to make at lanaemf nts with I I HI r Mnl. ilchui y hand " rurnlsh music ' i t.nr. It was alsii voted to Klvn iilll,.-i'liir-lil committee $700 to ex I in tin ir ilr-fi.i r I in )) t . l'lvo lilltliN I ml - on the nrani sland are to ho i. id (or tho.-o i omiiiir from nut 1 e State. II was voted to put '"ii in lor pieinlums tor I ho horso ami II. T. Cults was apointed make up th" rneo proKr.imine. Tin 'i l"i' the fair will be September ' i. and . Rxporl .indues will i Ie obtained from outside, thi I St.ili Wold h.in been nci ived lu-re from .Miss M Amns .Ah rrlll, who Is n rtsltlcnt of tl Is town mid sister of Henry Merrill of this vill.ue, that hint ist-arcd from a Sni'iMriK biid'hiu; at Wiisliluston, I), I'., nhcie hhe went siiine wee;s nun to spend In winti r H1k eseapid without any ln J uv, Shr was cut off fiom tscape by Iho .stairway by smoke and fliuiK-o mid was ohlitjed to crawl out tho window of her room on a ladder on which sho climb i d down to safety. A lu run number of frh nds withered nt Si Mary's Church at s;:w o'clock Mon day mtirnlm? to attend the marilaito ser- vice of Frames Noiy liiirlnn and Mhis Rstclle lloiidreau, both of Aiidillehniv. Tile Wf nllllK C' leliiony waH p,.f ofllleil by tin Kiv. .1. 1 1, Shannon, pastor of Hie rluil li, and it billllnnt weildliiK iiiarth was i xi-men ny .Aiiss .May Flymi. Tho nappy toiiino w-te attiiuleil by fjupol i Ho iiln 'in, brother of 1 1 n. in kin, as best nihil, i mi miss Annette (loudi-cm, slater of tin- brute, as hiidesuiald, Messrs. fieniK (ioyitl, of Riper ,V (inyeH, l.uwis it.iiiiieiu ot i;. i;, Rich's, wem Hi,. ushers They were tho rrelpients of many heautifiil KiFts, nniniiK tho tlonots bi-hm the I I liiniiehcs of Ihe KnlKhtu of ii I ii it-1 ii i and the ImiikIiIci-s of Isahella to whi' h orK-i'iizalions the Broom and liridr ii'Siei lm h In lonued I,, H i'.ui,ilit &. (.'a, and iiiiuujuus iuuUvldul 11 frloiuls, Tin' Imppy couple tool; the Hit') train smith fur llii'ir weddlm; tour, which will take them to vmlntis points In Now otl; Stale. Alter ii lirli-l 1ioni' moon they will tctmn here to make their future llOIIII', The members of tin snpliimioto clans of the hiRh school enjoyed ii siriRii ride to Cornwall Friday evenlm:, where they hiti' onterlnlned ut tin' homo of Miss ('. Kootn. Tin- frc.htnnn class hml n sleigh rlilu to V"Ml Cornwall, it ml wits rtitcr lulncd nt tin- DmiKlns home, Col. Joseph Hnttoll, who Iihh been In cm-Ions Southern States during: tho past fr-w" Week, whs 111 Cuba ltit week ntnl i lie- ni'i'h before purl ix now understood to lie hack 'II Florida N"ow his beep received tll.'lt flavin Mofful of Ihe Rr.ititinn Itnllii'i Alurhlft company, who lias hern III with various illMit-ilriA iIih'o l.it H plriiilii'r nnil who for thp past two tiniiiths hus hi'cn with k lsti-r ut Mniichcster, Ih now iiiurh 1m provi'd nnil iilit'- to Rit nlmut roiup. Arililf Puff, who is mi oniployrp on a Ir.ini Atliintlo niamor, Ii In town for a f.nv iM.-i k-i visit with hlr pmcnis on Hlfch iiivr.t. Ho litis not K'Cii homo for ;'7 y.vi r.. Mr.', Noimnti lloiirilman, who was taken suddenly 111 with pneumonia nbout n week iiko, dltrl ut li'T homo In the cast part of the town Mondny evenlnr at the uro of . yfeire. 8he Is survived by a husband and two daughters, Mrs. Bald win of UnkerBfleld and Mrs. (Scorife (halfoe of this town. 'J'lie funeral will lie held fioiu her late home Thursday ntternflnii at 1:M o'clock. The H"V. 'rhoinas HlmniH, paslor of the I'onnrejta tiniiiil ('hutch of this vill'ip' will otlli liitii nnd the, burial will he in the Ch-c stive1 ci meters. flu- linokn or the town clerk ere ;s maiiiiiKes recorded. how there 1 1 ' r 1 1 i.-t and de ths In tr I. BRISTOL. Letters fiom Mis. AV. 1!. Lake I'laeid. N". A., inform here that .'he Is Improved in hopes to return home soon. C bl-.-tl-s. 12 tiijiriuprs and ;: Newton In her friciuN health nnd There were ;n deaths in Hiistol 111 It'i-I. as eoiupiirerl with "'! blrtlis. :'1 marriages mnl ! tbalhs in l-.-e.',. Helen Welter has been eoiillneil to her house wiih Illness for o-er a week. Tile rmir inr.il lm- dellvi rv earri- ts r-onm-it-cd With till" utltee delivered 1.X1''" pl-i'e ol mnil matter and collected i.r.(i in I'm), nu-.-t nisr ':;".ni i.leei . in lfV.. They eollei-i- ed Hi 1-Mler.J and parn-U for rejtlstry. Mi iiicreas-' 1. 1' owr !''"! The money ordi rs numbered "i'.i with I'M m l'."--'!.- Mis. Chmles W. Weaver died at her home in the ini-lli part of the town Friday. She lcne a husband and mwhiI children r.ciiiamln Fml'Ii. who hat I ecu here fur si-yeial weeks iissNiliiu to rr.ic tor In father, II. S Smith, has returnid to Ins home In Plymouth. N 1 1. .I.iuilor II, I'. Hherwin. who has been on the sick ll-l for two weeks, r.'-unuil wirk ii the M'hnol biilldlnc Mot'd.--Tlirre w.re ".j. eoiivii lions for Intoxication her III ll".l ilfmil.St live 111 i:-e4: SlVell till' VietiollS for brell' ll of Ihe peace ill l'.!''!!. mrilcst four ni 10-M. Ri Istol has three base ball clubs that will be ready for business when sprinir opens. The luvl nine is the Hristol Athletic asi.-or latlon, u-llh about ?: .r stock ple.lped Pr. II. 1.. Avulll of Mirldlebiirj vi.-lttd i.ls frii nds here over Sunday. Tho funeral of Mrs. W. AVeavcr was held from her '.air home Monday afternoon. The Rev. C i'. Sltafte nfilclaleil. Funeral Hlrcctor H. AV. A'arney had ' barer-. The hutl.il w is in Hie North cemetery. Mrs. Thomas Is rvy low. Trs. Norton and Iti'it-'KS were in consultation on her cas.. Monthly. Pr. A. M. Norton Is on Ihe sick lisi The i iiulonk club will nioet with Mr". Kilbuin Felniiury 1'). Lesson. tin- ' First .ind Second Chapters hi the Hand liniil! of .Inpan: How Japan Was Opein d in the World," Mis-' Hila Norton; iiiurlc. Miss Rosina I'arinle,.; Japan'.t .Mikado-'," ARs. 1 laieh. Superinti ndeiit I'mi'j of the water dep irt iiir-nt ami his linn are bn-s iliKKlmr up and thr.iwiiH; mil finzen pipes -Mrs. C. I,. Heers went to New Voili Minid.iy, where sin- will reside II was In decrees below zcio here Tuesday nioriiini',.--Mr. Slid Mrs. Horace l'almtr are holm; cnneratulated on the biltirtif a datiKliter. 'I here is a lars.' .iiniiiint of sit km ss heie now, an epldi nilc id luiiK Uoiihhs with soiiit! pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. n. R. Nichols went to St. .lohnshtiry Tuesday mornini; to nt teutl the funeral of Airs. Nichols's Kraiulniotlier, Mis. Mmy I'nderwood. A. K. c.row went to VoiKcnnes Tues day mi business. AV. c. Hincham has been appointed administrator on the i. state of the late I!. A. Atkins. The metciiiy registered It lielow zeio here Werlnejiday moiiiintt. Pr, A. M, Nor- I ton, who has been on the sick list for several days, is again on duty Airs. A, II. Kllbuili has been quite seilotisly ill. Mr. Kastmaii of llardwick was in town Wednesday and tailed on c. A. Hurnhnm. He was on his way io .Mid- dlelniry on business. Jed I.andon ar rived in town .Monday with another car load of Western horses for F, Lon don & Sun. -Col, N. J-'. Punsluo has been granted a pension of $12 a month. FERRISBUROH. The Hpworlh l.taprilo of tho .Metho dist Kplscopnl Chinch of l't-rrlsbuiKh met at the home of Mr. ami Mis. Homer Rail Friday evening and carried out the followlni; prnKrnmme: "Tho World's l-'alr at l'orlland," .Albs Ruth l-'iclil; "I'hc slmplor Tunurd." .Mrs. o. I'lpld: mlo, Miss Jessie Rail; "l.nnjr Plslanee Telegram. Aliss Kin In Rlrkltt; music, .MI'S Jessie Rail Charles Jones was present with his m apliophone and furnished music, which was enjoyed by ill, Refreshments ot eako and coffee were servm anu a very pleasant evcu- IliK parsed. 8H0REHAM. Aithur Albn has r sinned his posi tion With W.llle A: Stokes lll'd colli to MiissatiliUM'tls. The stoics td Walle Stokes ami Kendall K Sons will he tlosi-d every Tuei-'l'iv nnd Friday evciiimr after Fcbru iry I,-Airs, Frank Walle, an old ie shield, tiled Jannary I in Slowc. Her two daiiKliteis, Mrs. John and Grant Raldwlii. went to nltiiiil Hie Inner.)! which was In-ld the 2nth at tho h nun of her ilaib-liti r in Siowi .-.Mrs. Kale Collins id IliueshiirKh H vMIIni! Inr slsttr, Alts. John .lorn '. --Thi-doro Piikeito of Mlddlnliilty siient Sunday in town.. Tele phones haw- reientlv been placed in tho houses of Ivlwald Slnla s, .I i ill tl RaltUvlll and l.airli Roatk" NEW HAVEN. Ni Hie and Arthur I'mteli mo visiting filcuds In Charlotte Forest I'nrleh and A '. Sipilre an- on tho idek list, Mrs. F. M. P.irteh has lonsllitls. V'ho school ric to give ii iIimiu.i at tho lawn hall I'llday itvrnlmt. l-Vlu nary :'-Tlierc was ii mvetilifi ul tliu Ml&t flub .tt At. V. Slurlovant'rt AVedncsday cvenlnu, I'ebriiiiry 1, Mr. ami Mrs. Durhy of Ulne.ilmrKli nre vIhIIIiib friends In town, -Miliiiir Meirlll and Henry Dlmtnock were homo from Rutland over Huiulay Ha by Hencdlct Is quite sick. There Is no ease of small pox In town as has been picvlotisly reported.-J. W. Davln in with his daughter, Mrs. O. O. Conte, for (i few days. Albert D;mbrook ntnl wlj WLMe Uo.sts of I, J. Evereat Sunday. MONKTON RIDGE. Miss finiah Huff roturned honui Fri day after spi inlliu; two wicks at the par KutMKo. Him has u position in tliu Wnl- thani watoh tactory. This cominuiilty was thrown Into fonn? exottemenl the other inornlna; when a man matin a brutal assault upon his wife. He had thrown her down out of doors, when one of tho yotiiut Kills cried, "Come quick, In; kill int. mother," which brouuht a rescuer. Ills terrible oaths were liivirt for moro than a halt mile. It Is almost needless to say that Mcr did it. The rosults ato a black eye, swollen face nnd crcat indig nation throughout the, community. An tho authorities have not tnlten hold of tho matter yet, the. n.imo Is withhold for thn prceiit. K nic hau recomtnendod the whlptilmi pot. Abe aiielihuid of Knst Moultton died Siturday. The funeral of l.lzzle Mender was hfld at tlio homo Tuesday nfteinooii the Slut, .lames Uenfr-iu offientlnv, nnd (Jeiirse K. Thomas havillK cllfil'He. Slit leaves two sons, Charles S. mid Frank of this place, and Atla Harrow of Kris- tnl. Tin; firavo Is beslili; that of her husband, who died many years no, and ulo a sun, Aithur Me.nler, Alfred , I!. Miles, Sunday si lmol superlntendetit, was nlven a birthday -urprlst! mi I rl day nlht. whe-i the house was pretty well lllhii with hapiiy peoplo who en joyed jruines, and afterward pup-cum anil a candy Mill. MONKTCN. There will be a donation mid oyst-r supper at the Roto In Temple of Honor hall for thn bun-tit " the Rev. L". li, Stone. Wednesday, February .S. It Is ex pect! d that Mr. R.ildwin will be present with his pi.iphephone which has a num ber of inn- rccnt-ds Then- will nisi In other liiusii. -.Mis. A. C. Lewis of Mhlille hurv, who lias been spcndim; a few days ill town leiidu-d a solo at the iiiornini; si rvlei s .ii lb-- Abihodist Church, which was nini h .ippn .-i..li d - Aliss Virginia Collins mnl I c. Lewis spent Frldn mid Saluiday in lini llnulon. .Mis Lena (in' Is isltniK ill Aloiup, licr. Abel P. Shepartl, well known In this town, tlied Friday ot hit wick. Tin- iuiiumI was held Sunday at the Hast Monition chinch. The Rev. H. R. SI one nlliclated and sim; itm' was I'urnishrtl by the Kast Mnnkton choir.--Miss Cciia Collins is visltltiK friends in ItliK'shurKh. Th" lion, A. fi, Snilth is in poor health; also Mis. W. H. Sn.ith of Alonkton Rnliie.. Miss Abide Pi-iuohue of St. Albans Is vlsitlnt; her biother. W. C. Pouohiie. The Misses Helen and Lena i!ee are visiting their sister, Airs. ,1. A. Jlc poiioimh in .Montpeller this week. Miss Virginia Collins spun Friday nnd Saturday of last week in RiirlluKton. Alls. L.iiiia Titus, wlio lias been vislt Ini;' lure for the past two weeks, will n-tiirn to er home in Hartlwiek Sat umlnv. Tln-i'i: will he a donation in the basement of tin- Methodist church. Mtuikton Horn, for the In iictit i tt.e Rev. K. R. Slum, l'cbtuar S. f tin SALISBURY. A. '. Sheldon and wife nets at the home of hi were ti i patents, reel Air. and Mrs. u. C. Shciilon (!. C. Slieliloa has his tuth ctra.'teil hv a travilina denii.-t and his t -! suflerlni; untold iiRony s.ikc. Whutowr was jmt into thn i.-iims to ile.ideii the pain has poisoned his entile s.t -t-'in.-Li .-, the youngest dausliter of Mr. and Mts. Julius Kcl.,ev, is seriously ill with whoopinir coiinh Their son, who was so badly burnt tl a number of days nso, is rs well as mild be expected. LINCOLN. The l'unentl of Klisha Norton was held at Ihe Fiilon Church Tuesday, the Rev. Kdwin Meadtr ritliclatitm. .. T. Morgan was director. Air. Notion lived tip. urtatcr part of his life In tins town, ami was a respected citizen. He is survived by one dnuprii'cr. Airs. icorne disannul, with whom he has lived since tho death of ills wile, lie was 7:! yeais of auc In ilii:i;nu; tin- ijruvn for Mi. Noitoii the sexton came upon a edv;e, niakliin it necessary to diK In anotlier pla-e. in con sequence of which the I fiends had to re. turn to their homes, leaving the remains in tlio tare of the sexton tor Initial. I Mis. Itanium and tliuiKliter, l'lornee, I of Monition, visited at A. 'I'. AlniKiin's the middle or last week. Airs. A. N. tire' n ot Alonkton visited at W. X. . (iovi-s last WeeK 'i iicsila.v.-newt a 1 teams h,iw Mini1 Tinni here to I luutiiiKioii in work on Rartlett's lumber job. Tin re is pl'-nty of snow here for business and o(js are i.nu iiik. Tho funeial st rvices of lilisha Norlou wi re pi bi at tne i. nlnn cnurcli J tiewday, January I", at I p, in. Thn Rev. K. .1. Mender olhllatrtl, Those from out of town were .Mr, and .Mts, Snccdeii, lMward Cushuiaii Frank llamlltou and Cilarlet Norlou. Airs. C. A. Klio of Hast Cliar- lotte, with lur two youiiKcr boys, Har old nnd Raymond, liavo been visiting her parents the past week, Air, and Mrs. K, J. Meatier. Mr. and Airs. Henry Nor ton havti rcliirucil from a visit to his uncle's, Andrew Lamb, of AViiioosltl, Airs. Sarah Cowles returned Friday from u ten daw' stay in Rrmulou. Airs. .Marian Sturtcvant was In Water, bury one day last week. Airs. Walter Farr Is iccoverliiv; irom an attack of Kl'lp. Tho next liieethlR of the A 111 so city will be held hi Ihelr rooms Wednesday, February S. A full at It ndmici) is desired, HANCOCK. Tho Wouian's ciiiiHtiau Temperance Fnion of this place will meet with Mis. (!etirf,re Rlalr Satin day, the tlh of Febru ary. All who am Intctcsteil in the work please coiiie. fi. li, Farr and H, R. Clinrch wcro in .Alontpeller this week on biisiiichrt, Aits, joun iiiuues lias none to Wm ten to wink, EAST MIDDLEBURY, Mrs1 I.ougeo, who went to Roitnn just I c fore the holidays, has telurnrd and In wllh her sister, Mrs. A, A. Roaitlm.in She was vury 111 while away ami Is now hi r,r'nr health. Ucr many friends with her a speedy recovery. Tliu tatiso of thn lire which burned Ihe Rev, s. AV. Rid will's bain last week was the tuininj; nl lisle s down bv the wall. Tin wind tC'uullaued uu ikc GOVERNOR FIRM Tells Sheriffs of Windsor County They Hay Re sign if They Wish. HEARING FOR REPRIEVE. Moloney Claims That Now Evidence for Mrs. Rogers Can Be Secured Sliow ing Insanity in the Family E. B. Flynn Claims Pcrhain Says lie Lied When lie Swore That Mrs. Rogers Administered the Chloroform to Her HusbandChaplain Fuller, Father I)elaney, John Senter and cx-Lieut.- Gov. Stanton Make Pleas for Mrs. Rogers AttorneyGeneraI Fitts Ar gues that Mrs. Rogers Had Ample Opportunity to Prove Perham's Tes timony Was False But Did Not Do So Governor's Decision To-day. Montpeller, Feb. I. I'hc fin-nds of Alary Refers, who lu'i l;,ht weie cuuident thai they wue to secure a repnevu lor uie woiuan noia i.ov. i .1. licit tn-iia. a re le'l fon tin l lepicsseil til' is marly i- lo-day t ' arsiiiue . i ) K 1 1 1 and eie. They the hope they , came hen- in "icet tioferiinr Ri 11, made and lie- impt ssion of them Is til it tin billed on why a i epi n - sliould mam ela m tl: it th- temetil of Leon l'i rliani j in my w lm h- a: 'l I to show nn i ' i !bi sr.lllted. Tie i made is I he s'. . Illlit he lied Whip on the witness .si.ind. it was plainly owdrnt To the spci l.itot :- Hint I'eih.iri h.is given no ussuiance thai he would so on the wllnt-s stand and tell a inherent stmy and if he did his testi mony could t'"' he acci pled as ho is a coniesseil perjurer. Tin italetriiit of A ttoi uey-t ienu .il Fill.-- that All". Rokcis bad tin- opportu ni'y to rlcii I'erham's story had sin-wlnli-d to do s" also went lar towmd ths credltiiiK Ins .lll'CCtt eleventh hiutr ci" fession. Covcrnoi 11-11 K.tVf lespectfill attention to all tlie tlilteient Hunkers ott'-ied, hut bis reply to til- appeal ol thn sln-iiiis ,n indsor cotni-v iluit It' -my of them wish ed to tesinii I'' would acci pi tneir icsis ii.ithin. shows that tin- Kovurnnr will not In swerved 1 1 om his hue of duty by si iitiini-nlal t.iiU hut will base his decision on established tacts, somithilK that tin Hunkers "f to-day seemed to be l.iekiUK. After altuiti.iiK 'o the duties of th- da (iovernor R'-ll retiuil early and t-Miwcd io indicate m -my way what will In the li.nui-e ol the uninnmccnK-nl he will niake .n Waterbtirs to-morrow aftunoon at lour o'clock. VIIH III: f ti :r; i.n iu;r.vn.. Hi; III Nf! IN In the pallors ot the I'avi lioi, ,ntel Ihi.t attetnooii 1"V il inn- Hell B-'ve a heating to T. W. Moloney of Rutland, who appealed In- lepeudelltly r- H- I'll tin "t Miriuhlicoi and i lie Itev. 1 allien L. c. ueiaiu-.v o, VVInilsoc. reiireitctitlntt- the sin i in and ilt-imty shenlTs of Windsor county. Chaplain J. Knll'T and others on pe titions praying tr a reprieve of tho death sentciiio or Airs. Alary Rimers until th" eat"" ton pioP'-rly lm brouuht befoio the Hipreme courl. Attomey tb'iicral C- '' '"Itlu of Riattleboro re presented tlic Statu nt this liearlim'. Air. Aloloney lirst read a pntlllun fr-mi Airs.' Rot;ert herc-lf dated yesti rtlay and slis'licii hy her. asking; for it n-. prieve on the fc'riiiiiul that she Is iiiti-l Htil to a new trial. Air. .Moloney then j read an aflhl-ivll hy hlmsclt in which i b.. stnted tli.it at the time Mrs. Honors) was tiled he w-.ts counsel for Stella Rales, who was Indicted nt Ihe same time as was .Mrs. Rokci-s fur complicity In tho imir.l! "f Alar -us Rnuer-, ami that he knew somelliliiB of Mis. R.-i-ers ciwc .Air. .Moloney said new evldece'i can be prniMlieil howlnp lb it there was Insanity ' -Mrs. Rorci-'s fainiiv ami that she h-ul ,t ttml'Miev tt.waid that horcdity. that when sho i tumult led the crime she was less than i years old and pri'Ktiniit and that li b alone would warrant a Jury In saylnh' sho was not responsible for her in I- A mil n. 'I'MI I'ecords of tin- trial in ReiiuliiKlon county court have never been before tlio suprenvo court for ro view, done und Justice requires that thH be before Airs, Rimers Is executed. ll. II. FLYNN SPHAKS. R. R. I'lynn of SprliiKllold presented a petition from Sheriff Reck nnd sever al deputy sheriffs of Windsor county humbly praylwr fur a reprieve which will not be contrary to the cotiBtltu-1 Hon of tho State. These officers stated In their petition that they understood It to ho HielP duty lo carry Into effect tlio awful Miilcui'i! of dealh upon Alary RoKii'it and fiom that tlu.v do not bill Ink. UU. ullhuueil uKiT3 thoy (an - nl.-o men and therefore mnl citizens of unsolicited by A'ci moiit any one, the, present this ptlillo-i tl at Airs Roceis s counsel may insalti hav op Hut jmrluuity to pi c-ent her ca.-e to hluhest tribunal. Air. Flynn said in eplaliatlon of this pititlnn that he knew it was an unusual procecdlm; but h, was ul.nl tin- olllci-rs nl' Windsor county an hraw- euniiaii and l-ls- inoin;h to conn- forward and plead that no injustice shall be done Con tiiiiniiK .Mr. I'ljiin said: La-t ti Ik lit. a: tlie State prison ai Wiml-or I saw tin seaflold on which Mis. Rogers will he hum; lmle.-s you inteili-rc. I alo saw .Mrs. Roseis in her cell mid when I saw liii-n passlus to their cells who have been i"iti ietcil in tins State of all kinds of tliabiilie.il crimis and have had their sen tences lomtniilid 1 Slid to lnvself that tin- scalfohl was not made lor the men of 'ei iiinnt but tor tlie woiui .; " Air. Flynn also referred to the action of l lie t.cnlsl. mires of tin- last few years and art'ued that the tact that these I.epll-it ur s had commuted sentences showed they tepieseiitcd the people more than did tlie l.cKlslatui e of 1MI. In elos iiik Air. Flynn aslced the aovcinoi- in the ntiTn- of home, ill the name of de cencv. in tin name of the men and women ot Vermont hnd In the ti,iiiii; of Co, I himself to siaut this icprleve. INTF.UV1RW AVITI1 I'KRIIAM. lie al.-o told of mi it.tei view he had last nlirht in tin- Stale's prison wilh Leon I'eili.iiu on who-e evidence Mrs. Iloucis was convicted, m which I'erham staled to him in th" pn-sento of pepui- Sbcrilf Low 11 and 1'iison Supennteiiilent R. W, u.ikes that In- lied n inimty touit when In- swore thai .Mrs. Ruitcrs administered tin- rhliirofnrin to hep hushind and struck the blow that Ii n is lit., nm. t li.it lie had to do it to save his own lit - K. and that his story on the stand was false regard ing nil maletlal fads An .iilinnvil of P-piity Sberlif Lovell w.i also n-ad which t-oiiilriiied Mr, Flynn'.-i stateuii-nts. Ak.iIii ;iddiessin;r the Kovernor. Air. Flynn said' "We are only aslciim- time to put in shnpe the facts, that the jury that tried .Mrs. lioncrs mver had this new iv Idem e b--ioie tln-ni, and to h.nitf her next I'llday will hn a blot on tli,. Stale of Vermont. If Hie Hipicllle com I Kruuls her a new trial and another lury con victs h'-r ol miirder In tin- lirst doRi let her ham;. Tin r-- is mil a number of Hie Legislature ot 1'ini, hiul'thev had tills new evidence befon- them who would li-iw- votui to nam; this woman after thn man who swine her life away is a self, confess, d pcrjuier." CIl.U'LAIN Fl'LLKR'S AI'RF.AL. Slate prison ebnplain, tin R"v. Fuller, ad.l-e--cd Hie K-iV. inut ile had icoillhlem e Rial tin- chk f live dcsiri-h lo i.t the 1 13I1I Airs J. K. -I.V III il s ias, i ought to appeil lo whether be he aovcriinr, vtte citizen Cliaplalii I want' tl to Ml a text a man's bent I'tlher oi- pi. idler s.ihl hn and that text would be a headline fiom ihe Rtirluu; Inn I-ice I'n -s th, moi-niiii,. "Sheriffs Wilt." lie said lie- sin-rills of Windsor county are not cmvarns. Shciifi's, kov omnia and even the son of (lm hhusclf have wilted whin they have shown mercy. It Is a cty of humanity that lias coiuo tii fiom those sherllfs' hcaits ami is not t-howinir tho whlto feather. Tho sou of Hod wilted when ho said In the worn, an convicted of adultery: "Clo ami nln no more." Ho pleaded wilh tho covunmr to rIvo lil:i heart to this case and then to put 111 ear lo tho ground lo listen to thn approval nt the people. . JOHN SUNTHlt FOR IIFMANITV. John II. Senter nt Monlpelitr .ippe.ired not in tho inlerut of any pen-on bul in Hie Inli lest ill bum. mil v lie sanl the itestioi of i.ipllal pilliislmieiil bus liewr btcit cubiuitUd to Iho iicyplu of Vciiuuitl, inasmuch as many of the members of the l.eifislatllle do Hot repten-nt Hie people f roi ii wlioiii they eoiiiii oil I Ills qtlesl Ion If la mistake Is made next l-ilday il cii never be' lenieilied until we nil appear b -fore (In- higher court. Alts. RoKtrs mav he mid proh.ihlv Is cttilty, but It will he a I ibsmaee to Vtrnionl to lianK this poor , di-feliseless ulrl. (live her u chance lit the name ol rt Union, of charity mid of humanity. I .VTIIHR PHLANVH I'LHA. The R, v. -'iiiher Pelaney of Windsor said it w,.s mil a mntter of sympathy which hioiit-hl him heir- to-day but to plead lor justice tor one who has leen unjustly convicted, lie did not base his arguments on le-tts ot Scripture or on the liiound that Hie State list not the tight to kill Mrs. Robots, hut because this new eldeiite wlilt Ii can be produced entitles Inr to another Rial In the lower court, lie etiloulzed Ihe Hicrlffs of Inilsot iini'ity hei.iu.se tiny were pot ufr.ild or .ish'itinil to cniiie lu re to-daj and ask for a reprb vi . 1'albir Pelany said he had rccent1 truw-lled extenslvelv throuijli the State mnl not only In Windsor, hut In Rurllnalon, Si. Albans and In the larger lo.vus on tin Rutland ritllto.nl In- had scarcity lonnil a man who did not cy press th" hope that Ciovernor Rill would Ki.mt Alts. Rimers a reptlee. STANTPN SHi:S NO HARM. i Rx-Lb-ut.-dov. V.. S. Sl.mtoti of R.nc bitrv sit hi In- could not y e how any I harm nuld cmic to any one If a reprieve lis ui.'iiiiid Ir orib r that the case mav be I properly bt-n xht ln-fote the suprc-iio court. The mn left v of the law i.-an be , liidleated months or a eu- irom now . jas well as dni, iifn-r to-n m -ow. II tin ' supreme court n-fuses Airs. Roirett a new li il I hen l"t the sentence of tin- law tnk I ;'s criiii'-e ! ! ARC.I'Ml'.NT "F "- C. FITTS. RtpbiUK t" there armiti"ti:s Attorn- y- fieiierat C. c. Fitts of l!rattlel"io said in pari: "The Slate of Vermont 's not1 inr.. asUimr for wimeiinc.- or seekliu; for' 1 .ii.-.-boiK's blood, especially thai of this' I unfortunate woman We me not here to i iikIii these motions for a reptievc but a-, t tli. lec.,1 ir presentatlvc of the State I j ft-I c.illid upon to call your excellency's attention to the situation as I' now exists. (The law ol the State of Vumuiit makes a conviction of murder in th" I tost decree rill nlsh.iblc hy death, and this law :--)U an- bound to sc. I enfori ed, I am frank to say in behalf of tin- State of Vt rumnt if It appear 1 to Mint- exccll-ncy that there is a Mlb I si.mtlal iloubi in rr-n.itd to the Kiillt o! I H, is woman 1 would recommend a ie- i prieve. but no such evidence lias been I 'submitted. If these petitioners can satisfy the siipieme court of Vermont 1 ili.it Mrs. Rnuer- Was not KUllty of thn ci line for which she was convicted there miKlit to lie a icprleve. but 1 uri?e upon you thai il Is not the province of j H hlet executive to attempt ti , ehniiKo tin- policv of the State. Vor-j moul has eslahllshcd a policy in lettardl to i.ipltal piinisliiueiit anil unless such j evidence us I have indicated can hut piodueed then the law should take Its, I course. We are not iiuestloulnc tliu ojil 'tilth of this movement le-re to day, but i.io case vn.. fairly tried in county court. Airs. Rogers was (,-lveu counsel at the expense of the Stale oi her own selection ol' her i ounsel ero-a- examined this man i'erbam. Ai thai j time she had ample opportunity to pi-ive Unit lie was not tellnm the truth. The evidence for tlie State oul. I side "l" I'erham's was stroiiK ami con clusive, and i orrobtu-ateii I'erham's stmy. Any court would believe he mid the truth at the nnil and not now. ll these affidavits do not raise a .substan tial doubt In vottr mind as to Airs. Rogers's unlit, then 1. as an officer of tile State, ask that lln-si. petitions be refused. Just-re demands that the law should take its course. Tlie people have the rlt?ht to ask that the law they make shall he carried out." CO. I'.LLL'S RIR'LV. Ill reply Rt-ll said; lo these ai-Ruments fiovet-nor "In .lliMW-er lo ihe tietitio:i lire. n-iited by .Mr. Flynn troni .Mr. Flynn troni the f hcrllfs fi-uil Windsor t utility I will say that if there ar- any oi tli' in who wish to retire fiom office and icsIkii their coinn.issi-ui they are at liberty to do so. I will .... Air Moloney an answer to hN petition at Wrltej blny lour o'clock," 1NTRRVI IJW to-nmirow r.rteinoon at PKIU'KR. .Mis. W. J. Rllckensderfer re Stunt foul. C'jnu., arrived in town tins after- noon, accompanied by Charles A. Mci C.irly of Hcosic Falls, N. V., lur caunsel, and both wen- insi-iit at tlio hearing ih.f, afternoon. Shortly alter her arrival In town she was seen bv n i'n e Rresa man and a-kt-tl In regard to hr mission lure. She saltl she did not come to ap- I e ir ii-i-ii-' tlie uovermir t tin Had no peti l.ini to brlnif before him Sometime ajo she went to IJ-.-nnu Klon ami studied tho history ot Mrs. Rocers's birth :uid ante teduits ami heeiinie satisfied Hut sh should have it new trial. Since tlnn she h.is lie-n wot-klni; narnetly to that end. .'he ns slit is sjnipty the spcjkeswotii.nl ftr Vermont vvi ineu in this rase, ami that mini I'lirelv distiitereNied tiiottvnt. Slit eiupiiritieallv denieil the uatenienl sent out niime tune as- that sl.e was eiiile.ivorlng lo secure syinpnth.v for Airs. Ronent on tho urouiid that sin- was un 'itstly iliSsTltnluatcd apilr.st at Inr trial lecaiue -he was a Catholic. Such a thim: bad never been thought of and the did not know to-day whether Mrs. Ri-Kcrs was n Rrotestaut or Catholic. She sa'd lids was the lirst time she had ever been intervlewe I m peron hv n news-pap--- man, but she had been frniienly ' -lltd up over the loin; il.tance telephone Iv i'n- metropolliun papt rs. She s.iid It via- sii.iplv a lack of t'nie tbat prevcntid lb.- pet it io. i leeenllv sent to tm- Rov.'tnor from l'''iinlm;ton from havh k oi- It ihe name of all'iot ev-ry Inhabltniit cf Hint v lint:.- and tow e. All- llllckcnsdei fer sic -u-ial ,-i.dii for tlii-t movement In favor ol Mrs Rog ers lo Mrs T.I 11 P Pi vni mix Rlake ot New Vnrk, pn sklent of ilu !, ;slntivc l.eanlie, and to Airs R AI. Rent of N ,v Vi rk, vice-president of tlu Nntlonnl Le Ishitive Lcim-ue. .Mrs Hlleki nsderfer b ivldentl.v a woman of vcrv iiervoiis icm pcrament. nltnost worn to tho point of tollaps't hy h"r effcrts lo have Mr.'. R Oip' is. A despatch from Rrussels to the Lou tloil Times says: "There Is curiosity In shipping circles at Antwetp over th" arrival In u steaimr fionv Now York of ten tOI'ln'ilu boats which Were shipped In section by mi American llnu for ir,llis.sliliuicnl to Scbstoiol. Th" Jiipanesn consul has asked hi kuvciii llltlll (pr ilstnietioiiit. RECEPTION Gov. Bell Receives the Franco Venezuelan Commissioners at State House. BANQUET AT PAVILION Vermont llnr Anuclnllon In Riiterinla I lie Fnreli;nrr.t .Itide I'IiiiiiIct nnd Meinlierx nl lpenle ( imrt Inmiiieu tilnuer Case ArKllrd In Mtireiiie (,'ourt. AIonti"lier, Fob. 1. The recepti- i s.w i n 'tills atternoon In the e.xecutlve i l.ai. I her by Hoveriior liell to Pr. J '1 Rani 'nnd L. R. ( unite dn I'eirolti de l,a Roc a Ihe Franco-Venezuelan t-rimni HMOiier , was nut Inrs' ly attended but tin- ills liimrulshed visitors evidently eiijoy-'l 'meelinu,' st veral of the representative i jiens of Vermont. The receiving par y ,we.s nvi'h- up of (lovoniur Rt il, Hie tt commissioner", Judyc 1'rntik I'l miley ( Noithli"ld. .-C,ov. W. W. Stieknev it Ludlow, piesident of the Vern-ont R. r ,'issoeiatloii ; Se--ietary of State K t FI-etvvi.od. M -l Attol'tiev-tir m r il c Fitts, Col.-n-l-i V,iis .mil Scarl. -if tl i eruor Rill's sinfl. C. A. I'lumh-v ., Nor' I Held, clerk of the .irhittallon hoard, n Lieiileiimit-. I'laHtite I', Senter , l -I Hairy Aloulton of Co. II. V. X. i! . a ' i as uhers. Th- tommlssioii returned u N'irtlitielil Ibis evinini;. Tin- Vermont Rar as'or l.itioa v ill t;ie r, binipiet it the Rivilion Ib icl Thurs dny ivei.iiie. February ai w.u 1 t1 two ciiii.tniiHioner- of forenrn , n'ri .Indue I'lliinley ot Northtn-ld ano tut .indues of tlie supreme court vvd be Kiicst" of honor COMMISSION ORGANIZES. Ilenrlni;- of One of tlie Yciiriiclun ( laliiis lieu In Tills Atiirnlnu. Noithtleld, Feb. 1. Tin- tiiterraiion il court met mid organized this aflfti ooi at 1:!!0. The protocol was rend -n,d the work mapped fur Hie fniun work ol the court. At HUM thev iidJourti.il until lo-inoirnw morninc at in n. ... 1;, when It is expected thai Hie hearn sr of one of tlie claims will he ink, ', t p. Col, C. AV. Searff ai rived hen oi tho noon train under the dlrettion ot i; t liell to escort the conimisslrin, . s, i i ' i'cretta tie La RoL-c.i nnd Pi', .lose il. J. Raul and Air. t'niplre I'luiiib-v i.i Aiontlielier. C. A T'lu-nley has Ihpii ippomt I the secretary" of the commission am' Aliss Louise A. Newell ofllel.il stenog rapher. The coninil'sloners have expren-ed themselves as belli; hlRhly pleas, d wilh Hit courtesy shown them hy tie State of Vermont tints for and epe dally appreciate tlie governor's esuott who received them when tin y crossed the state line. Air. clumley was nski d bow loiiK t onimlssion he said th' I lie thought that the I would be In session and It wjs impossible to state any definite time. SEC. TIBBITS RESIGNS. Will tin from Hiitlmid la Take I'p Y, AI. ('. A. Work In Wllralnten. Rutland, Fib. 1 The rslrnatlon of R. Tlbbits as seneral secretary of thn ",0!" - - receiveu vo-uay oy w. w. Nichols, president or tne noara of dirvctors. Mr. Tlbbits stated to-night that he is teslsnini; the position to take up a similar ono witn tne v, nmington Pel., ,-iKsoclatlon, His restfcnatlon will take effect March I, at which tlma lia iwlll take up his nMV position. Whan Mr Tlbbits took ths lecrnturyshlp of the lo WfTIF MRS. Ill .ICKRNS- leal association two years ago It wis over Itl.SW in debt. With the unpaid pledges on hand and subsarlptlons In slsht th BSBoolatlon will closw the flscnl year, M-iy 1, free from dtibt. The State committee will probably b called on to assist in fcocurinir a new sijcr- tary. TWO TEST CASES. The .Iniuaiea niager Case and Clemeul yn. fJruhtm Armied Vesterdny, Alontpeilor, Peb. 1. Tho nutl.ind county cipe ot State vs. Himan Krlnski to tie. tcrinlno whether or not Jamaica Kinder li iutoxicatlntr lirpior under the license law was the tiMt at'KUd in puprenu- runt this murn.nc The rsspondent was repri sen ted hj T. W. Moloney, and Status Attorney Lawrence appeared for the Stat". In the lower tourt Krinskl vv.i found Klillty of selllue Intoxicating liq lor without a llcenso and was fined JW) ai o costs. It wis not claimed at his In that he sold anything except Jnm.nci Blnpcr. The arguments for the rrspoe dent as made by Mr, Moloney were based upon exceptions us to the admission of certain evidence at the trial ami parti- u hilly on two exceptions as to the ch ,' of the court. Air. .Moloney nrBtt- tl 'hit the Jury should have been ntt'ito) that In order to secure a convlc' oi 'I y must Hud that tlie Jamaica uhmrc! si' v the respondent was n beveiuht- s oudly the court should have ,-i r-. jurv that if the respondent m sill the Jaiiialci i;liiKer in nucsi m is niedl'-lne. He wis not qullty lei law Tie maud linn e se of R r . (Mi mi nt v- llnr F H'.ih in. 1 Si t auditor, wns argued this aftein in ' t i wles Aloulton of liinihutton lor H plaintiff and W W Aides or Ration f the defendant DEATH OP W. W. EATON. Mat. Rrnfi'iotiii' uf lirrrk In MldiRrlurr Collcae. Mldtlh' . Fell. l.-W'll!.im Wths 13, ton, pt o'ssor of Ciieck at Mlildh hurv College since 1S'.'. dletl this mornlm. Wlnte I'lalns. N. V. He had bt en out n health and excused from college tint t limine the past year and a hi It The fu neral will be held on Friday inorwu' In Ainlovcr, M.tfi.