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THE BURIINGTON FREE PRESS : THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1905.
BLACK Life of Gov. C. ened by a Letter from Chicago. MUST HANG MRS. ROGERS. Vn Agent Started for Vermont to Study the Situation-All Those Who Kill Must Be Killed.-Thc Governor Will Not Attend the Execution T. W. Moloney of Rutland Has Asked Gov. Bell to Grant a Reprieve Claims He Has New Evidence He Wishes to Present to the Supreme Court Says He Is Working Independently in This Matter-Reluses Alleged Evidence. Kast Hnrdwlck, .Ian. ."A Among the tumorous li tters received by tlov. C, .1. Sill legardlug the execution of Mary Sonera the following came In the mail o-thiy. Tlie postofllce stAmp on the on iclope was Chicago and the words prinl til in (apltnN were written in rod Ink. Alter the signature was a skull and crtws bnnes for the governor and another ror hi wife. Although severe threats arc contained In the. letter It Is safe to say It will have little effect on Governor Hell's course of action which has and will he to simply perform his duty as ho (.eos it without fear or favor. The text of the letter follows: Governor Charles .lames Hell. Dear Slri-Unless MAHY HOGKRS, rilK Mt'RDERESS, IS Hl'XO THE Clack hand will kill you no matter when or how. Our agents starts for your place to-iilht to get the lay of the land. All Dili, n In lie., i.riufih ,'. .nr,n pardoned and they breed nioio of their kind. From this day all thone that KILL, SI I. Mil., BK KIM.ET AGAIN HKCIHST I.V. IT WII.I. SAVE EXPENSE. People, are sick about those cranks that are al ways trying to save those that do wrong and we will teach them a eon. They themselves have murdered some one In their pas,t life. They say you are a cow ard. A WARNING FROM THE DEAD BLACK HAND. GOVERNOR. WIFE. ASKS FOR REPRIEVE T. W. Moloney linn Appealed tn (inv. Bell Siijh lie Hon Xew Evidence hut Mill Xot Tell Wunt It I. liiulaud, Jan. SO. Attorney T. W. Mo. loin v or tins city, wno is considered one i l thi host criminal lawyers In the State, t l graphed Governor C. J. Hell at Walden in iiiKht asking for a reprieve in the caso ol Mrs. Rogeis, who is sentenced to be li ii'g at Windsor net Friday. .Mr. .Mo-' loin y -tnled to-night that he had asked the governor to stay the execution in water. Two unitype type setting ma inilir that he might lay the case before chines are a total Iiks and the presses tlie supreme court of VoimoiU now ill are damaged by being Hooded. On the lesion at Montpeller. He slates that ho 'third floor the Knights of Pythias have Iihh evidence in his possession which it laid before any lair minded jury could i not fail to produce a verdict other than murder in the first degree, Tills evidence, 1 la savs, is something that has come to light siine the tiial of Mrs. Rogers. Ihativhleh the Journal is loci led. The loss to l.overnor lull will grant a repiieve he Montpeller Lodge, Knights of Pythias, by teels teitiini and he stated to-night that ! di struct Ion of furniture and paraphernalia r lit did not Ket into oinmunicalion with In goveinoi to-night he would reach ir either by telephone or telegraph early o Mini-row morning. The attorney snid that although he i.id received pel it Inns from Mrs. Wm. I. Bllekennlerfer 'if Stamford, Conn., intl from attorneys In Ronton. New k'ork ami places in tills State lie was In the employ of no one but was work ing on the caso tor his own satisfac tion I'm inwhat evidence he now has and other which he lias been as sured can be produced lie llr' Rogers should not ban foils that I Mr Moloney expressed himself as greatly opposed to capital punishment, tspeclally where tho criminal Is u The Art ot Scissor's. Tears and scars ago In n big mill Wh're shears were the oseliihlve product, tine, of tin1 master-workmen conceived Hi" Idea of ipilotlv Hnall, almost tlnv. muklmr a very pair of shears, vnnn they were Mulshed, ho sent his apprentice r,,i- the Masters nl- tlie mill, The boy had simply bidden them come, mid as he od them to tho unusual ex hibition, he ptoudly shouted upon reaching tho spot: "SEE, SIRS!" i'hus it was tho scissors were, mined Our scissors and shears carry tho Sreadest kind of a puarantec to satisfy ir no sale. Everything from manlcur :o 14-Inch papor hungers. Postage pre. pnld pnywhere. Drop us a postal for prietp. Haga r Bros. Burlington 99 J. Bell Threat to Disclose Nature of woman. II he secures a reprieve he will gn to Motitpeller at once and try tun case before the Supieme Court. Mr. Moloney would say nothing as to the nature of t lie evidence In his possession. GOVERNOR WILL NOT GO. Ones Nut Intend to See Execution at Wlmlxor Will .Nut Inter fere. St. .Ir.hnsburv. Jan. ."A It can be stated on Knod .mtlioilty that unless new dc MlcpiuentM arlw Governor Hell will not interfere with the execution of the sen tence of Mrs. Mary Rotors of HennhiK tnn, who if- condemned to he handed It: the State, prison at Windsor lif xt Friday. February ;i, for tlie murder ol her hus band, Marcus Rouors. The governor denies emphatically the statement made In certain newspapers Saturday that he would witness the exe cution of Mrs. Roeers. He says while he will not attempt to deny all the falo reports appearing In the metropolitan tapers, he will deny this particular one. as he never has had the lemottM Idea of rittendlns the execution. Thu governor has received hundreds of litters In favor of and opposed to tho Krnntiiut of a reprieve to Mis. Kosers. It is said that the letters opposing clem ency generally Indicate a better under- st'indlnir of the case than those who ask for it. NEWSPAPER BURNED OUT. Office of the Montpeller Journal Gutted Uy Fire Monday Mailt. .Montpeller, Jan. Sit. The office of tho Montpeller Daily Journal was gutted by fire shortly before midnight to-night. Tho lire started In sonic; unexplained manner atotind the uirnace in the basement, and worked up an elevator shaft into the job room which was all ablaze when tho tiro was iliseo c red. It is impossible to-night to cMlmntu the loss. An unusually heavy amount ol stock was in tlie basement and was practically ruined by smoke .md u hull. After tho liicmcu thought they had tin fir,, in control it worked its way through partitions to the roof and bioke out anew hut was conduct! to the S.il.in block in wm etvocl r.'iO. The los on tho build mg Is estimated at Sl.Ono and the loss to tho Journal will be from five to seven thousand dollars. DR. HENRY BOYNTON DEAD Prominent Resident uf Woodstock- Writer of lllNtory nnd Illotsrnphy. Woodstock, Jan. .10. Dr. Henry Ilnynlon died nt his home here this morning in his S2nd year after much suffering from malarial poisoning. He was born in Pepperell, Mass., was etlu Seated at Williams and Dartmouth col lege and V ermont Medical college, Ho located here In ISfit, He was as sistaut surgeon in tlie Seventh regl menl, New Hampshire volunteers. Ho represented the town in tho Leglsla turp for three terms, and has always taken much interest in its educational and Industrial life. Dr. Iloynton was u man of broadest culture and well known as u speaker and author of his torical and biographical sketches. He married Miss Sarah dishing of Wood stock, who Willi ono naugnier survives 1 him. ST. ALBANS IS SAFE II Is ou the Mini the Revision Commit tee JVotnlllistaadlag. St. Albnns, Jan. 30. The committee that Is revising tho Vermont StAtulM, which thought It dlseoverd that the eltles of 8t. Albans and Bar re wera net In the strict letter of the law, in their respective counties of Franklin aiui Washington, are greatly In error. Dec tiou 38 of the Vermont Statutes, enum ciute-s the towns which form the odhn ty of Franlclln, ns well as ull tho conn ties of tho State. The city of Bt. AI batiH was chartered In 1KI6 and after the revision of 1891. Section 38 of thu Ver nioiit Statutes was not -incndea when HAND tlio city of St. Albans was chartered, bec.iuso thero wan no necessity of any amendment of thin section, The creation of thn city of St. Albans by charter In anil of Itself, amended section .18 of tho Vermont Statutes without nny referenco to It, so that legally aa welt an actually, tho city of Ht. Albans la part and pun-el of Krnnktln county, because It Is a part of tin; old town of Ht. Altmns, which wu one of tho towns constituting the county of T'r.inklln, ns vet forth In section SS, Vermont Statutes. WRECK NEAR OAKLAND. Two .Men Injured and Car Buracil nnil unmaRFd 8t Albans, Jan. 30. A rrelftht wreck conMxtlnK of a ri'fir end collision of two freight trains occurred near Oakland sta tion, Ave miles south of thin city, at 4:45 o'clock this mornlntr. Two men were in .lured, air- caboose nnd one empty frclijht car burned and one enr and one engine were buttered up somewhat. It appears Hint n Ions train of freight earn drawn by enslup 2i; was rutming slowly Into Oalil.tml station, when engine 1(11 running light with only u caboose attached nnd Ruing nt high speed, crashed Into the rear end or the freight, telescoping the caboose and car nhead and also setting them ntlre nnd burning them. Conductor .1. I). Qulntln was Injured about the back and side anil 13rukoman Thomas A. Kellny was cut uml bruised nbout his head. Kelley was taken to the hospltnl, where hl Injuries weie attended to and Qulntln was taken home. The wieck waa quickly cleared nnd the line opened again for trafllo nt six o'clock. JUDGE STAFFORD RECOVERS Has lleen 111 Tito Month with Typhoid Fever la Washington. Washington, .lan. C. .ludfto Wendall . Stafford, formerly of Vermont, Is now ible to be out after two months' Illness with typhoid lever. JudRe Stafford was taken III cm November 8. His son, who was also 111 with tho same disease, Is re covered. DEATH OF S. L. D. GOODALE. Hod an Honorable Record In br Civil Wnr Funeral Tncsilny. Montpeller, Jan. Samuel U D. Good- ile died this noon at the residence, of Dr. I. Gondile, his son. from the effeetK of a shoe': received about two weeks nt;o. he deceased was 67 years old. He was bum In Washington. Vt., January 3. 1f-X On February 15, IC, he married Abide T. Field of Corinth. She died In July. I!e0. Since that time he has resided with Dr. Good. lie, his only child. Mr. floodale has an honorible ret ord dnrin',' the Civil War. lie enlisted ror three ynrs in in Company E, 2nd islmeut, Vermont volunteers. lie re ceived a Rtm shot wound m tne tuns ai the battle of Fredrlcksbure and partici pated in all the battles that made the ixth cotps famous. Mr. Gnodalo hud been commander of Preston Post at Well4. River nnd was commander of Hrooks Post In this city two years aco. He was also a member of Aurora I.odpe of Ma sons After the Civil Wnr for many us he was a farmer In Washington and wherever he was known was always held in the highest regard. Funeral services will be held Tuesday Afternoon at 1:50 frcm the home of Dr. Goodale on Liberty street and burial will be In Green Mount ceinetary. APPOINTMENT BY THE GOVERNOR St. Johnsbury, Jan. Z. Governor Roll has appointed H. R. Warner of Ver- trennes, a member or the state board of pharmat y to fill the vacancy caused by the death of A. W. Illfrftina of Rutland. LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY. Tn celebration of Lincoln's birthday tnc Reader Magazine for February print? these stanzas by James Whltcomb Ril-y: A peaceful life; 'oil, duty, rest- All his cleslre:- fo read tho bocks- he liked the best Beside the cabin fire- God's word and map's to peer sometimes bovo tho page, in smouldering gleams, And catch, like heroic thymes. I'he onmarch of his dresses. A paceful life: to hoar the low tit' p.istllled lierils, t woodman's ix. thai olow on blow, Fell suoet-as rhUhmic wcuds, And yet there Mtrrtd wlthu: his bie.ist A fateful pulse that, like a roll Of drums, made high above his rest A tumult In his soul. A peaceful life: They haled him o; en As Ope was hilod Whose open palms were nailed toward Heaven When prayers nor might availed. And. lo, lie paJd the selfsame price. To lull a nation's awful strife And will us, throt'gh the sacrillce of sell', his pe-ic?ful life, SNIDH LIGHTS ON HISTOUT. When Sir John Mandevllle returned from his drat voyage he told his friends about monstrous giraffe thai had attacked him in the wilds ot Asia Minor. 'Why," ho said, "its neck was at least ".00 feet long, and when 1 severed ,t with my tru-ty blade It tools me twenty miu- tiles, so thick was it " Rut his auditors refused to be, ve It possible for Sir John tn have perrnrmeii this wondrous feui or liiiu-i-1 r alone, im- rildcd by supernatural powers, Johnny." the cried, "you are certainly a neck romancer." Whereupon he went out and went bit terly. Ilcnty VIII. had Just executed another wife. 'It's unpleasant." he remarked to Car dinal Wolsey, "but it Is cheaper to buv funerals than pay alimony," Ami he went home to drcts for the wed ding. Chicago Journal. Can't tie perfect health without mire blood. Tlurdock Rlood flitters makes pure blood. Tones and Invigorates tho whole system. Banking by Mall. Persons who have money to deposit tn Barings banks uml who wish to have tliolr money ktpt in Vrrniont to fostnr Vermont enterprises and btillrl up Ver mont Industries tuny send finitU to the Lamoille County Savings Hank nnd Trust Co., Urdp Park. Vt feeling fully nsstirfrt that every dollar will lie loaned In Vermont. Depositors can remit funds nt bank's risk if sent by check or postal money order. Address either the treasurer, C. A. Knight, or the pres ident, Ci. S. Page, Hydo Park, Vt. The Hyde Park Bank holds the record of having never owned a poor note Inre its oiganitttlon lo January. 1880; a fact which U easily accounted for when It la conaldered that the Joans are II In Vermont and the gtcurlty tbore for where it can easily be examined by bank's officials. Absolutely safety rather than the high rate of Interest that can be sec-tired on western loans in the first prerequisite demanded by the Hydo Park Bank In making loam. Time as Well as Tioney This double saving is possi ble only when you buy the best sort of Olothng at a cor rect priceand buy it quick ly and easily. A suit that even an ordinary tailor would ask $35.00 or $40.00 at $20.00. -Fitted, Pressed, Boxed sent Home all in an hour's time. If you won't figure the saving readily see us about it. Tease 's City Hall SquareSouth. THIS WI11TF. TSAR'S PEOPLE. (By Richard Watson Olldor.) PART I. Tho White Tsar's people cry: "Thou Ood of the heat and the cold, Of storm and lightning, Of daikncss, and dawn's red brighten ing; Hold. l.orel God, hold, Hold Thy hand lest we curse Thee and die." The White Tsars people pray. "Thou Ood ot the South and of the North. We ore crushed, we are bleeding; 'Tis Christ, 't is Thy Son Interceding; Forth, Lord, come forth! Bid the slayer no longer slay." The White Tser's ncoplo call Aluud to thu skit's ot icad; "We arc slaves, not Ireemou: Ourselves, our children, our women Dead, we me dead, Though wo hicnthc, wo are dead men all. "Llamt not if we misprise Thee Who can, but will not draw near. 'T is Thou who has made us. Hear. Lord (lod, bear! Lest wc whom Thou m.idest despite Thee." PART 1L Then answerrd the most high Clod, Lord of the hot and cold, Of storm and lightning, Of darkness, ami dawn's red brighten ing: Rob!, yea, too bold. Whom I wrought from the air and tho clod! "Hast thou forgotten ftom me Are those enr? so otiick to hear The passion nnd ansuish Of your sisters, your chlldicn your lan guish Near? Ah. not near Far off by the uttermost sea! "Who gave ye your brains to plan Your hearts lo suffer and bleed? Why csll ye on I leaven 'T is the earth that to you Is given! Plead, yo niav plead, But for man I work tkrousu man. "Who gave ye a voice tn utter Your tale to the wind and sea? One word well spoken And tho iron gates are broken! From me. yea, from tne The word that ye will not mutter. "I love not :nurder hut ruth. Regntie from my sight ye who take The knife of the coward Lven ye who bv Heaven were dowered! Wake ; e, O wake, And strike with the sword of Truth! "Fear ye lost 1 misprize yc I who fahlor.e d not brutes, but men, Arter the lightning And darkness the dawn's red brighten lug! Men! Be ye men! Lest I who made ye tlepo ye!" PART III, (Jsn. K, UAj.l At last is the sre.U word ald; White Tsar! it Is spoken to thee. Thy children, heart-broken, To thee their sorrows have spoken; To thee, yea. to thee! O list en, and bow thy head. For the wotd is their fearful cry. nd the wotd Is their innocent blood, O red is tlie bailee Lifted up to tin empty palace! Blood, crimson blood. On the snows where the murdered lie! Their shed blood is the word! It is winning Its way swift from zone unto zone; Through the world It has thrilled Antl the heart of the nations stilled, Alone, thou alone! Art thou deaf to tho voice and tilt meaning'' Lo, It swells like the sound of the rert Dull monar.ii! yet, yet. shall thou hear It! For. once 'neath the nun Ry tlie brave it Is spoken nil's done; Hear It-and fear It: For Freedom it cries, "We are free FOREIGN NOTES. ati International league for I'm oxter mlnntlou nl' rats has been formed In Den innik. In iterlin tne municipal auiiioiit ier are offering a penny for evcr rate tali delivered At tho government station Luha, In Swtden, experiments are bring made to mure varieties of plants not likely to be injured by frost. The largest depoMts of plcktl are on the island of Kw Cajeaonl.v a French poMetilon in th South Pacific. It was cxpertad that Japan and Ruwia would both t 'ke silver fr us in China and Korea, but this expectation waa not fulfilled. To provide warm clothing ror tho Tcrak nnd Kuban cossnens nt the front, tn Knitr of New Hokhara has given J,W In his onn name and Ail, ono hi his ton name, WHATOOR NEIGHBORS SAT Mlsjtillr-aare of the Transfer of the Kutlaad to tba Kew York Caatral. (Prom the Randolph Herald.) The transfer of the Rutland railroad to tho control of th New York Cen tral, whllo It brlngtt a welcome prom ise of material advantage to the State, deprives Vermont of another distinct ively home enterprise, ami on this ac count the transfer causes a passing pang tu those of sentlmonta.1 turn. Like Its sister roads on this side of tho State, the Rutland hBS now been absorbed by a larger outside system. H Is another slep In the great process of amalgama tion, whose end no ono can foresee. Ver mont is now pretty much In tho hands of foreign railroad corporations. The Boston Maine on the eastern border, tho (Irand Trunk through Its center, nnd now thn New York Central on tho west side, with the Canadian Pacltlc cutting across Its northeast comer, with a brancdi of the Boston & Maine crossing It at the norlh, thoroughly gridiron Vermont with railroads whose main headciuartcrs are outside our borders. Only a few short lines remain as monuments of the days when Vermont energy and capital were devoted to home railroad building. The change Is not peculiar to Vermont, though. It has ma iked railroad develop ment nil over the country. Tho minor companies have generally found It ad vantageous to become parts of some great systems, with all the economics and Improvements In the way of serv ice that readily appear. So, while, our satisfaction Is not altogether unmixed with sorrow, let us rejoice that the pass ing of the distinctively Vermont rail ways lias brought the State forward, to a marked degree, In the very Important Imntter of modern and progressive rallro.nl service, nnd that few resubmit Ills have so far appeared. OOVFRNMIiNT IS A "IirRINnSS." (From the St. Albans Messenger.) Tho announcement that tho State audi tor's oftlce in the capltol at Montpeller Is soon lo be kept open the year around Is an encouraging' temmder of some of the permanent good accomplished by the Legislature of l!flt. Now, If the moe ment for reform will not stop there hut will extend in all directions until it be comes tli" settled policy of the State tn treat the government as serious busi ness and one demanding the attention of somebody somewhere day by clay, wt shall be the gainers in material benefits and in heightened relf-rcspect. It Is almost ridiculous. It would be ridiculous If ii were not discouraging, lo pep how inillfl'ei ent the average Ver monter has been toward this nietter in the past, to sen how he has regarded the duty of State ollloers as being meicly Incidental, lnconseciuenti.il, occasional, about like that of the clerk of his school district who takes the old five-cent rec ord book down from behind the clock once n term antl enters In It who agreed lo board the teacher for the next three months. And that's ono reason why the functions of government have become farmed out to commissions and one thing antl another of that kind until its execu tive force Is dissipated antl scattered from Camian to pnwrml. People have fallen Into the loose way of regarding the State of Vermont as doing business on the street In a pushcart In fair weath er only and moving on from corner to coiner at the threat of the police or the pressure of tho crowd. If we could only grttnor our govern ment up once, get it all together some where, even if It was only under an umbrella, and hire somebody to give up his whole time to It, we would begin to realire thai we had a goornor and a State. URTIS& SEDERQUIST Bankers and Brokers nemtors It Y Cons. Stock Exchange Letter No. .'it o( our "Stud ies in Inv stnient Values." devoted to Tennessee Coal it Iron, mailed free upon ap plication. 19 Congress St. Boiton 52 Broadway New York CLUBBING LIST. The Free Press nad Oilier Pcrlnuicnl at Low Itntes lo One Adilrras. Thu Weekly PR 11 IS I'ltMSS can he ob. tallied In combination with other le.itilns periodicals at low rates. 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Only those mot frequently asked for ore printed In our list, but others may be had on applica tion. Bubscrlhcra may have more than ono paper from this clubhlnij list. Always vend a stamp for reply when nsklnu about this, as we do all this work at no prollt In order to accoiumuuaie uur auDscnocrfc. The Burlington INCORPORATED 1847. Deposits to January 1, 1905 $ 0,435,013.55 Surplus 573,430.81 Total Assets $10,008,444.36 TRUSTEES. CHAJt. P. SMITH, VII,!,Rn CRANB, IIKMIY (1IIRKNE, IIMMIV WF.I.I.S J. I,. OAHSTOW, 1 w. WARD, AI.DIIHT (i. WtllTTIIMOHK. tw,e08'ts n,,"io during the first four business days of tht month draw ln rrom tho nrst- lf mudc afterward Interest will conimonce tho first of, tho followltiflr month. twi eres wi" be credited to depositors January 1 and July 1, compounding mo au'nr' Thore are no stockholders In this bank. All earnings, less ex penses, belong; to depositors. The rate of Inteicst depends upon the camlnga out the law llxe tho rate that any savings bank In tho State can pay at not to exceed three and ono-hnlf per cent, per annum, until Us sutplus reaches ten per cent, of its deposits when a special dividend Is provided for. All taxes In this State a'o paid by the bank on deposits of t2,000 or less, ueposits rc received In sums fioiu SI to $2,000, nnd no Interest will bo paid ot iui sum In excess of this amount, except on deposits bv widows, orphans, ad tnlnlstnitors, executors, guardians, charitable or religious Institutions or on trust funds deposited by order of the court. No money loaned to any officer or trustee of tne bank. I IIAIII.l-.S 1. SMITH. President. IIUXIIY t.llUKM. Vlee-Preslileut. ' I'. W. WAItlt. Treasurer. s. ISllAtl, Asst. Treasurer. Where There's a There's a WV to have your estate administered economically, expeditiously, judi ciously and, to all concerned, sat isfactorily. And there is also a way if there is no will. In either case consult us and we tell you all about the idea of corporate trusteeship V3. individual admin istration, which has become so popular of late. TR BURLINGTON TRUST CO. CITY HALL SQUZIll ETiOK TH. STATU MH.VT WINOOSKI SAVINGS BANK. AT THU C'LOSK OP Itt'MM.SS l)HC. 31, 1001. Hcsoimcus. Loans nt par value Schools, Village ami Town Orders at par .... School, City, and Town itoncU at pur 1'nltetl Stales Honds at par , 'ertlfieatci! of Deposit at par I ink Stock at par Itial Kstnte for banking purposes tin Deposit in National Kinks Cash on Hand M.vnir.n ius. Hue Depositors Surplus People Become Wealthy II V Sl'K.NUI.VfS I.F.H - - . THAN THCV UAKK. K Rood place to put your liinuey Is In the Home Savings Bank, City Hall Square, West. Burlington, Vt. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. Henry M. "Whitney has been elected president of the Chamber of Commcrco of Boston. James Jeffioy Roche, who has been ap pointed consul to Oenoa, will sail for his post on January 28. William IS. Church has been elected president of the Chicago Law Institute to succeed Joel M. LoiiRenccker. James Jewett Turner, the first vice, president of the Pennsylvania lines west of IMttsburg, tiegan his railroad career as a ticket sorter. liondon "Truth" averts that "now, for the llrst time in centuries, England pos sesses. In Sir Edward Eluar, at least ono composer of International repute." The Rev. V. K. HiBEins. the logKlns camp Presbyterian missionary of north ern Minnesota, travels nil over the timber region of that State with a doc sled. Mrs. A. Otis Brown, of Weymouth. Mass., owns tlie oldest doll in the coun try. It came from France 1P9 years ago and is In excellent state of preservation. irorgo S. Nixon, who is to succeed Senator Stuwart as senator from Ne vada. Is a Callfornlan by birth, and hari earned "nix own Ilvlnir lroni the time he was in years of brc. Prof, J. W. Hurt ot tlie dairy depart ment of the College of Agriculture of tho I'mvers-ity of Illinois, has been appointed1 director of tho College Auricnltura at' Plraclcaba In the State or San Paut.i, ! I'.ruzil. and will leave on March I for, South America. ' Mrs. Uellamy Storer, wife of the Amcri can ambassador to Austria-Hungary, is among the mo-t piomiuent nnd distin sulshed amateurs wlio'-e works are ou view in the exhibition of art works open ed January 17 at tho looms of tho Vicuna HuKcnbuntl. I'H. J, Mcintosh Hell, an instructor at Harvard, has started for New Zealand by way ot Vancouver lo as-sume his new duties as State geologist ot New Zea land. Ho will be gone, about a year and a half itnd will have nt his disposal a small yacht in order to teach all por tions of tho Island. Miss Mary Rogle, who died at Sioux City, Iowa, last week, knew Sir Walter Scott. Her fattier was with Scott tor Vt yiars as gardener, ami Mits Maty lived nt AbbuUford down to tho death ot Scott in 1 :-'. Sho also li.nl a childish friend ship with Tom Mooro and other Intimati) friends of the novelist. i.'aptain John J. rershlnu, of tho Fif teenth Cavalry, who has just been ap pointed by tho war department n mili tary attache nt Tokio, to succeed Lieu tenant Colonel Wood, Is a Missouri,!! by birth, and Is regarded as one of the moat promising; of the jouukoi m 11 In tho army. f-eerctaty of State Hay i-ccuros all the cartoons and caric.itun s In which ho is' depleted, hutli domestic antl foreign. He has one laise 100111 in ills home which is) papered from celling tn Hon- with cur-j toons. Ho is also making a porltosio 01 huge dimensions. He has the-linest col lection of Du Maurlcr cjrtoons in tho world. B. Henry l-acombe, the circuit court u4e, In New York, wnom a .Pennsyl vania law firm wants to impend!, wat. appointed by rrelJent Cleveland. Judge Heornbc waa corporation counsel 111 that city at one time under appointment of an antl-Taminany democratic mayor. 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