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VOL. LXXX. NEW SEMES VOL. LII.
BURLINGTON. VT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, l0r. NUMBER 24 ENDORSE GOV. BELL 1 Vermont State Granf Very Encourajin lution. Idopts ,eso- I 3 250 DELEGATES lllSEHT iit l.nrurl,' Occupied In Itcrclv lug, nml W-tlng tin HrpeirlK Mcmor Inl cMlcr fur I.. M. t'riiu-ln MtPin-it Will Me Mnrti" To. In; In Amend ll, -l.nti--. Mont pi lipf, Dee. 1?. Tin seennd day nt t'.r annual in"' Hue: of the: State: Ciange bn been a busy one, nil hough niMcli of li r wotk done llilJ been of 11 tnllllH'' char- ii 'n nml not .it" Inl' iv-i to tli" genual i uhh. I'nll .'. lb I'g.lt'S Wen pl'i-elll When til g.lV'l c 11 ;it nine o'eloell this tunl'll I . lullowlng L 1 1 . reports id nvcrut h aitirs wlio were not pivi nt yesti nlay following vi solution was InlMilnci il iitifl in i;i 1 1 j i ii in t ' adopted: W ni-ren". tint gnvr nil ir. in.istw ami null r who has mi pflicieiit 1 eondtietid I dunes nl' his nlllee .mil, 1 f. S. Ills duties llllVI' b'ell mi urdu- .iiid i-iph xmir nml sinh ns try men's HOI I- lt. oh'd Ttl.ll W" III" member.- of tllO innillt Slate lllnllgi' ns-ellhl"d ill til'' 't ..iinna! si ssion. ilo lien-by vpli'ss uu:' i ' iiitimi fur lii stability of purpo-p in i i'.' iiitnr the laws of Vermont, tu.ii l- lil ,i.-.-urc lilni of mir synipitliy nml i r. t in ly suiipoi I." I il i ' r i h Wil .Ml Mr dor dance with tin Mill of y. str i day fnun eleven to twelve u'cloi U tu- iliMitnl to .1 memorial mi ill w. 1.U--11!' M. Crngm of Spiiugncld. lite n-ian oi tli' ei utive' cniiinnlti e, who l.ilhd l.i -t Saturday in Spt it.glielil. .MHl Mr-. I', "ii. l'nr oi .l.iia.iir.i nml mnl .Mr V. II. S.iige-iit of Rr.ittle i ripii si ii'i (I tin- Slat" lining, at Mr. regin's tiinir.il yesti ril.i. At llir sei v loo this I'lorninc ti.'iii.ults with made by i.ovi itior lltll. Mis. i 1'. .Smith of Jtor i i lie. A. Hump of S.ili-buiy. D. 11. Slnrr of Jtainlolpli mnl II. AV. Sargent of Ihutib boro, nil i ulogizing tin; life anil i hat. i. tor if tlii' dcer.iscd. Apprnjirlatu resolutions were uiloptcil nml ordered spread iiioti tin- leeords. I in supplemental ri-port of the trcas nl' r. 1'" 1!. Pier of Jamaica, made to-d.iy .-Iiottril $j,S.".:'.i'il In tlin treasury. Tlii i nt In- iilti'inoon was l.il-rn up '!th ii pints of M or niorp clfputlr!". A rnsolu iion wa introiliii"il which will lo acli-'il on j in morrow providing for an aniumJuimt to tlio by-law?-, whrrcliy tin; clnirKO ot S3 t...l... .I..1I -ltr.l..n.. ...,l M' i .lli iur ui liiun eii.iii ity ..... J i. Dow oxtrmM to tlio Ktatn liranjie a lordlal invitation to visit thi; Statp. lioapl I '1 for the in.-mic at AVntrrhury, and i miv of thf nifinbcr? will do fo on tlitir w,iv hmnc to-nioirow. I i oii. pifi wlio hold ovr arc: Master, I J P.. il of YVaMfMi; ovcr-.crr, C. V. , ih of MorrKvilic; lrrluri-r. It. II. tin'ji-l, i of ISoyallnn; .tcward, 1). It. IIt n-?"-- ..r Uaiidnlph; aJhii-taiit steward, M Ii lioln-iii- i.t Shorchdin; ttcasiirfr, ' I! firr of .l.ininn a: s-orn tary, A. A. i "st of Ilmdolpli; cat'kf tpcr, A. 1. l.iwri i'' of Ft. ,liiinslnir;: (' !'., Mm. I . J. U-11 of Wnldi'iv. Poniolia. Mr.". V. V. Smith or Moriisvillf: Klor.i. Mr.-. II. V. K.irK''i't ''f Dialtli lioio; lady a'-slstant t.ti.nrd, Mr-. .M. 1!. ISobcits of P.Upi-rt. Vai'iini'i'T in tin; ri-oiitic lohiiiillti-o will lif filkil to-i uiirow. Tl 5 i'ii'HK Hi" MNtli ami lii;1i(-l dr-(;ii-p m, v runt", rrnl upon a i aM of "S. 5 in- clo.-in-; f'fcsiyn coiac- to-morrow in ii NEWS OF VERMONT. lor Important Erenta Crnuaat tar I 'rec I'reaa llinilpm irnUrr Mrrrllleld Injiirrd llv a I'alL .lolm II. Morrlflild of Xewfane, kik f indham county, and s-pcuki'r of tae art llou.e of llcpre.srntativcs, was badly anrt Tmniay by falllns on Kranitc steps it bis home just as he was leaving for his nfll In llrattU.'boio. Xi bones were Inoken and althouBh Mr. Mi'rritli;ld went lo his olllce his condition becamo wore? 'nil he was obliged to retain homo ami ,n to bed, want Mom; von Tiunri corn. Tim drange.'. corrcspoinUnt to the s'mm- fiiriusiies tlio following for puljli itiou thiH wi.ck: "Tlio riraiiKC dlseuss-cu i vcr.il iniportaiit (imstioiis at lau nitet. iiiB, Hie raisin-,- of sweet coin that the prli r reeelvi il Is too Miiull. 'Q weie r ni mi iiinjvi.-i.inu iii.ii. u mo pilei.- wins I ore In other places In the State that h.p eronrra in Ibis town would ct the Mine. In "Waterbuty t io fanners re rr (veil HO rer ton, U bciinc the piieo Breed upon ia the sprine. Tim twect corn irowcrs in tins bcctlon aro re,-nly to de mand the f.-inio price, JJO per trin tor torn raised in JOi'S. When wo coiu-ld the prieo we pave lo pay lor labor a nil prain wo liavo to buy It Is not apkltiR more than any firm should bo rcudy and willing to pay. Now is tlio timo brother farmers to stand together on tlio price uf sweet corn. Wo can gel It If wo will demand it. JHW8 IICYl.VG FARMS. Tlie subject of the so-calli-d nbanduiied farms of Now Kueland has many Illustra tions In the outlylnu territory round about Bhrewsbury and Mendon aloni; the moun tains, affords one of the most Interesting. In close Juxtaposition are the naked rocks of barren hilltops and the broad acres of formerly luxuriant fields; piles ot stones niarklm? tho chimney ptoros of old tlnin farm houses nnd lino modern residences nt summer visitors, llvrrywhero seems to lm aei'iutnnted tho ronlrast of tilings. I '.very one of theso houses wan apparently bill for somo fa rnu r'.i nlblliF-year-usA. I vi ty one now belonijs to s-iim'mcr rest ii a' , and a ri'fi'iil visitor s'atv every one ho.nijed ll.llitly id' and noi a man, women, i hilu or Ian i iiiilinal in siuht. So far ay lllo was eoiii-eiiuil t lie lillltop wriB as des llute .is tlin riek of libniilor. lieli pro. a., tiou klion- ii i iiianu'i tthi'.ji pin Imlitj ronnot he iiiorr i-lrllliiKly nft. forth llir now niilrr of Hi' IhliisK which the ..iiniiiiT vl.itor ly liilnsiniT uhotit In the aliandonril fniin iPntrlrt. If II nced-i fin IIiit c'Diimiinliiry it i loiiiul In Ihn fact ihut them Ii.'im- lirni inorr khIcm of fanns In that ri'Klon In tin- last nix months than In miy foriiiff npnit pi'liod of tlmo. Anotlior plmje nl ilie; nhandolipil tatn iiitijri't 1 h iiffoid'd. They nrp sllll com iiis Hip Jpw." nii'l Dllln-r ui thnifnnnK. Said an old Ni'W Ihiclnndpr: "They l)iiy Kood farm?, 'flwy don't know nnuh nbotit fnrmlnR lint that ilnrnt iiiatlf.r, Th.ro will he iiolhliit? htil .Jrwf hero by and by," A yoiimr fitrni'-r liad Ilie followltiR, to fay "Tlip ,Ipwm don't sppiii IIUp vpiy lthrlfty lariiin'i. 'I li'" don i Unow Imw ot. Hut tin y ii'hiiM lln in- In'? ntid liiiud their own liii.iuiis-." has a ii:i:i; in catitivitv. II. I!. I'erry lomid a Iurp buck detr pauf-lit la Hip lurhfil wire fonco on his larm In lia lust Wfplt. Tim nnlm.il was -ii cnlatiKleil that the wire hud to be i'iit in order to ipIhifo lilin. He ImiI broken one of !il antler, which wcro vrry larnc, In hit HlfiipRli'S to get away. Mr. lYrry had little dlfliculty In Rcttlnt; the animal to tlio burn, wheie he drc.s rd the wound-i nml will keep anil feed aim until he Ih amitn able to hold Ids own unifiiip'st fie "numurchs of the M'Od." iji;i:ic voi uiiT hi:nti:u.. A l.irKo inn k di-i r, one of wIiom1 antlpr.- Iind In i'ii ulioi oil, Hip iininial lyltiu on the lii in mir'i a poxltioii thai he rould not ari-f. wa- llir discovery mado by Wllll.mi .1. ii'llnurhi'. .lolm Herbert and I. a w !' up. Miiiiiiui wlilh' lumtltitf Ki'lday on what i Uihiwii as Hip ( 'ominous. In Wi'sl liutliniil. Tli" d"'T njipi'iircd to lie ni'patly wfiikeinil ami from hiilli-atlonn 'mi! I"vn lylim tin re for mme tlnip. Af ter belllK ral" i to his fri t the liuol: aavi' the liutiUr- a hard litlil. IlirowiiiK llii'in mound mid leal Inc t'lulr elothus i'o:ii(li'ialily, but was ilnally ovrionip by wealvin'.-.-- anil w.i- lak.-n to the barn of IMv. In 1'iiij. wIipip lie k' pl until f-troin: 1'iioimli m b. ,-f I at llbeiiy. VIip bU'k wiialiH '.'in poiiml- and l about four years old. iiiniK Wat den 'I'. A. llllsH '"iimiiu'il i'ip anim.il and i eouet-li d Mr. O'lli'inl'" In ciri for bim mil il Ik Is releairtd. AI.I.IMCD HUlISi: TIIIIIF i-AI UHT. Auron Willi iiil. il).iri,-..d mis i? iii the Trnj . N V.. wil i Mi alius a boifp and .ilit. K. ii. (ioi.' of lieimiiiK mirlit. H l (l.iimed that the b.irn. hitibfd up Hip away. He uot as far as lilltCj.' I'lolll ( j loll Sati.ni.iv In vent inlo ii'-' ami dlov North lloosli),, .". Y., inliete ho was ar rested, and In t ie whkuu was found a. iinipli; of cliiekeiiS obtaund somewhere el.-p. He had workul foe Cud. tiorc for "onie time and kneiv Ibo premises. He was sent to the Jail In Troy to await the arrival of l'quisition papers from ilovnnor Hell, when he will be returned lure for trial Williams claims that hj was intoxicatf d at 111', time lie tool; the IlKl'UKril-.N 1'ATl VK CiRAYKS ILL. Collins M. C! raves of Uennlnclon. town representative, who will become postmas ter early, in January, while on his way home to dinner Tuesday, was seiznl with a siiddin atlai l; of illnes-.s and fell to the ground. Holeetman Frank I'roniin1, who saw him fall, put Mr. (Jraves on the wood sled, that be was urivins:, and tool: him home. I'h sh-ians proiiounei.- it a -I'Vern eae of luinli.'iKo, but do not an ticipate any serious leaults. DKATlr OP CAI'T. HI, I iiulhun. Cap. J : 1 1 lloldi.n, one of the moil prommrnl roiJints of Uarre. died at one o'clock Vdnisiiuy nioriiin-;. The luneral will be held Fmlay nllernoon at two o'clock. Captain llolden had been con fined to his 1ml about six mouths by rheumatism, but tin.' Immediate cau-e of d".it'i was a tin ! k of apoplexy, which lie suffered last Sunday, lie Is survived by i'lolll children and two brothers. KM lloldi'li wa.s hoi ii in South Ham In Kit. When the Cvil War bloke out 1 ulisted lor I hive mouths in Co. I". 1st VI., in fantry, bclm," tin- only resident of J la ire lo -iulimteci tor the ilisl ibree mouths. When his term of tnlistni'iit explrtd ill Hepleinber, 1'!!, he r enllsleil, this time in Co. C, 1st VI. cavalry, and In c.itno first sen-cant, Ho lecehed "-ueeesslve piomotlons for braveij, ami in IWJ, he wu brevctted captain. Wille doiiiK out post duty on tho Hupahamuick tlvcr, he was captured ami was confliud lor eiKli teen months in I.ibby 1'iison, where he infracted rheumatism, troiu which Iio was never ulterwaru irec. lie was pa loled Maro 13, 1S63, and returmd lo liarre, He boilBlit the old homestead place in South Harre, whre he resided until three years ago, when he temoved to Harre city, where lie purchased u home. He represented the town In the Legislature of Wl. lie was one ol the orsani.ers of Crandall l'ost. O. A. R., and was lirst conniiandcr. lie was olio ot the oldest members of (Irnnlle l.odKe, -Vo. r,3, !'. & A. St.. and was also a menilur of tho Knlyhts of Honor. OnANHIi CfiLNI'V COI RT. Tn r-a.-n of Photo Fabric Co. vs. 'lurries P. Dlnimli k 'an action mi tin; c.i.-e for deceit In the aliened retention oi j.-y of the mirehui-e pile" which 0"fenilant, as p) ilutift's iiKcitt, obtained for Us inanu UeturerV plant from the Photo Fabric Co. of Alii'licil eouMinud tile Inst half of the firt week of th" term, beim,- sub mitted to the jury late Saturday forenoon alter an elaborate i-ha-isn from .Judge Unwell, H'foie noon the jury retuiiied a verdict for plaintiff to r"-oer Kn dam-.ifc-i-s and coyis. The case ki-s lo the supremo court mi exceptions, lln Satur day also was trud the case of Asa Ma Rnoii is, I anvil Mawomi, an action of as sumpsit, In which plaintiff ilaimed to recover for unpaid Items of account ac crued some 21 years hr. defendant pre frntecl a u claim of UK In effect. The lurv after a short consideration .Monday .:f eriioou renderid a veidlet fur defend ii li I lo rerover his costs. TiKsd.iy fore moil v.iiH trleii the case of State vs. l'rncst . HeerliiR. an Information chara- ln lesnondcnt with burnliiK Hiram Hanks's dwelllne houo and barn August a last, The Jury found the respondent not Sillily because of Insanity. Respondent was Hfnteneed to the State Hospital for the Insane at Wulerhury. Tuesday nft ernonn was heard tho divoreo coko of Mm I It. Jcrd vs. Frank N. Jerd and a bill wan ifinnled for Intolerable Foverlty, Fred Blliionettl of Northtleld and aeorgre KaharUei of jinno e.lly pleaded Ktillty oral wire eacli lined to pay a. ftno of '0 with out costs for peiiiU'iur fruit In Williams, town last July wlthmil n license. Itlell. warm, healthy blood Is by Hood's Sarsaparllla and uti-tii" colds mid ppeiiiniiuiH an 1 entiij 'lake II il"'. slven thus pie VERMONT Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain State. fHE NEWS BY COUNTIES Tfce Wtaooikt Tallert TUIasca North rroa the Iilaa la the Lak to the raitumpiite, Aloa Otter Cretk ni by the Shores nt tVhlta ttltrer Corerei clal 'Correayoafeatli ADDISON COUNTY. VIRGENNII. At the annual mcetins of St. Peter's Court, No. CI'!, Catholic. Order of For sters, held recently, the following of ficers weio cei'tcd Chief r.itif-er, IJr. 1M ward Pilon; vice-chief raimer, Albert Hendricks; past chief i.mcer, J.W. Ryan; i-eeovilim; secretary Frank Rob.ire; Ilnunclal secrftnry, N. .1. llcnaud; tre.is iil. r. J. F. Hartley; trustees, II. Pollut. John J. Amblo. ,S. Rivers. 'I'he court is 111 li prospernui omlition and is doliiE much cood in Uj tietd. C. .1. lull I'l.monn fiiaiiKe, No. 11, which comprises the suboidliial'; Kt-aiiKei of Ciirnwall. Mlddkbnry. Dimmnro of rialis btny. Nesliobe of ISrandon, liildport, Slioi'diiim and Cr.ind View of Addison, held tlnlr last ouart' lis-ami annual meet- j in-; oi mo ..!! -- 1 1 ii itraoo ii-w .iiitosi: ol Ailitlsoil I nur-il.1.1 . I lie atli niiaueo was i-'ooil. uvi r :.i'i Ii.-Iiik picenl, and veiy rtuboi dliiale IihIri' was irjircsetili.il. C. A. Hump or Wist Sallsbuiy presided and tho following proKraiume wns earriid out: Moinliifr sessions, music, Kcucral bu-iiuss, written repmt of olHcers, writ ten lcjiorts of subordinate jjiances. report of finance committer, dinner. At the aft ernoon session, after music, a j-rrt-ullnfr was extended by A. 'J'. Clark, master of tho (iranil View (iiane. In his address Mr. Clark siokc ot tins advancement made aloniT educational llnis elm Jntc tho last year and said one of the objects of tho order toward which all should stilve was to Ieate thu mind. AV. 11. Uean, Jr., master of Ncshobe CraiiKe, Hrandon, re siinmltd in a Iiapjiy manner. At tlio closu of lln- proKiaiiinii; tho rlection of ofllceiK was held, resultintr ns follows: Master, tJ. A. Jiuinp of Wst Salisbury; oveiseer, W. N. Cady of Middlebury; lecturer, Mrs. C. II. lyane of Cornwall; stewaid, A. T. Clark of Adill.'on; assistant steward, Fl ward Chandler of llratidon; eliaiilain, )!. 11. Ilolines of riboreliaiu; treasurer, H, it. Rani of Middlebury; secretary, W. V. Hump of Salisbury; Ratckeejicr, AV. T. Walcott of Hrid)ort; Ceres, Mrs. c. II. Marshall of Addison; Flora, Miss liille Monro of Middlebiiry ; lady assistant steward, Mrs. K. Chandler of Hrandon. A jiltasant feature of the occasion was a violin solo by 1. Jr. tJacc, assisted on the piano by Mrs. Myron Smith. The reimrts of tho officers showed a juosiifious con dition. Tin; membership is now about &i and is steadily increasinij. The next quarterly meetiufr will bo held at I'.ian don thn second week in February, when the otlieers will be Installed. 'I'. O. Ttioinjison and Clyde Fi.-k or Weybridnv. whey have been spending the jiast month in Minns, Cuba, have re turned home. Mr. ThotupMHi went then to look oei- his 1 1 tilt, plantation, Mr. Thump-urn and son, Herbert, hnvn pur chased 10 acres of land and tluee town lota at Riverside. Ten acres of the plantation am deotcil to Krowhii,- crape ti ult mid the; remainder to oranges, lem ons, lies, "iiava, cocoauiits and pine apples. Mr. Thompson describes the cli mate as ilellKhtfiil at this time of year, the thermometer win n be left register, ins h' In the shade. Deer were plentiful where be visitul, both in; and Mr. Fisk shooting several. Mr. Thompson reports the orniiBes srown there as much more Juicy and better flavored than those Ken orally broucht here. He brought with bim 12 lemons that weighed 3 pounds, one welghlne three and one half pounds. Mr. Thejmpson reports a stormy jiassaRi on bis return in the steamer Morro Cas tlo nnd that tho ship was held up for three hours for the examination of pas sengers beforo beini; permitted to enter Now York. Two of the passenger, who wnro suspected of coinlui? down with yel low fever wero sent to tho Island, A. I'. Needham went Monday to New York with a carload of sheep. Mrs. Caroliuo Collins died Monday night from old ago at the hono- of her daugh ter, Mrs. Charles Stone ot Monkton. H is believed that Mrs. Collins was the oldest lierson in this section, for ir she had lived until next sprun; she would haw, been loo yeaM or ago. win iciiiuicd ti to Ikt lentil the full possession of all her lacul- IWn with the exception that her tight; lately has been growing dim, although she could so jitopln at i-ullo a distance. Caroline (Hi erf.) Collins was born in this city but when sho was about four weikt- old litr parents moved to Frrrieburgh. where she resided until 1MTC, when she was nun lied to Nelson Collins of Monk ton. Hineo her inarrlago Mrs. Collins has always lived In Monkton. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles Stonu of Monkton. For over ) years Mrs. Collins has been a member of tho Methodist Kpls copal Church. Tho funeral will lie held at the home Thursday at twelve o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Clapper rifllclatlntr. Tho body of Mlsa Mary Hulburd, who died In Hrlstol Sunday, will be brought to this city to-day. The Vergonnes Choral union will not meet nijaln for rehearsal until after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Claik of Addlon are attending the annual meet Inn of thn Slate Xlrnnrto at Montpeller. MXDDLKBI71T. .lolm Dooily, Oliver of It. F. I). No. 6, Is corillned to tho house by Illness find his pl.-ieo is belni: filled by H. C i'ei k, sub si Unto carrier. Tlio shipment of Ihn stuck from this Million to tho llriuhlou ni.'irkel llil wee!, eoii'l-led or Unco ciiiloud of nvxid t"l hi1 ludllit ' "w and i-li. i v- and poultrj. 1. CI. riper went nluns; to look after tlio lurRit, iltul there was no Hhlpmctil from heie to New York this Week, John Hreeti, for pevernl ytaia a re.nl- dent of Jllddlebiiry, ssnlled fiom New York Imrhor on statunlay for a piolotiK- cd visit to Ireland, his native country t the iinniml nieclltir; of Addison Court, No. Ill:', C. O. ., held in their hall fit their last regular meeting the' following ofllcotH were elected: N. .1. Iloutlrcntl, C. It.; C. Hrtlnell, v. C. It,; William Mayo, P. C. It.; Clrorge. Kidder. treasurer; Rev. J. V, biinnnon, S. 1,; Ilr. Horey, M. K.i Cleorge Ooyctte. R, S.; James Condon, I". S.; William McCoy, first trustee; 1,. H. llenlloid, seLond trustee: Oeorge l'alx.t, third truiteo; K. J. Shambo, S. c.; T Duketl. J. C; Charles Rcmele, 1. S'.; .terry Murray, O.S. A banquet was served In their banquet hall to a larsB number ot fie members by Caterer Cicorge Kieldcr. John Doody, who has been quito sick, Is ablo to resume his duties on thn P.. F. V. route No. S. Mrs. J. 1. lloughtnlins has returned to her homo In Pprlti-jileld, Miis lifter a I brief visit In town wlt'n rclatlvis and ! lrlends. William Hope of Albany. N. X., h:n joined hla family, who nro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hut-hes of Academy stieet, "The Parish Maga.lm ." p'lblN ied by tiio rector of St. Steidieii's Chinch, Mid dlehury, In tho interest of tint jiailsh and also of tho charges at Fast Middlebury and Cream Hill, Sliorehani, as well as of tlio l.amoillu mission, is out for De cember. Mrs. John Hiscm-;. landlady of the. Addison House, who has been seriously 111 for several da:.', was reported lo be considerably better Weilncduy. Mrs John D. Houghlallns- has returned to Sprlnglleld, Mass. The injuries to Mis. Augu-tus Mum blo, who was rerioiisly reald'-d on .Mon day, havo turned out to bo les sotious than was nt first t ioiight and she was jiercejitllily gnlutng on WedneMlay. William W. Hope of Averill IMtk, Tioy. N. V., Is In town lor a brief - isit. to his wife and children. Dr. S. H. Mnjiiiird of I'm hngloii was ill town on pi ofes aomil work Tii'ilay night. Tin iily-orie ci i.t-- per pour. I was tli.' hlg'ii .-t paid fur dairy butter Muinlayll'. Uow I. y isli.-,l at and "', cuts per iW.en for new-laid gi.;i. Mt.- ,i..i, Wngbl pi (.(tins at from To to S3 at wliol'.salc. cetil per buslip 1 fi BRISTOL. Mi.-s Je-nnli. v.. S.ierwiii is a home from a. weik'.s .-lt in .Miildleluiry. The fuueiiil of Cornelius Coiighlln was iit U fiom SI. Ainbiose l iniich Satur day morning', the R" v. D. R. Coffey of fiel.'iting. Interment was In Si. Jo seph's cemetery. .Mr. and Mrs. Clian. ey Stewart of Chailotte aie ut Mrs. Martha Stewart's feir th wlut- i . TIip enter tainment slvoti b. tin- ISoynlon on cert pumjiany In llnllev hall Friday evening was altend'd b a largo aud lencp. Tlio net jii". eeil. aro for the; gradual liif? class o , 'igh school, Miss Nelllo Hiiyt will 1'acli the win ter term of school in Starksboro. Mrs. 1). S. P.irilllee Is selionsly ill Wltll linn I trouble. Miss IMuh tie" will teach t lie winter Ii-rm of school in Nott.i l-'errisburgh. Mis R. 1 1. Young arrived troiu liuffalo. N. V., Fiiday night. She wa.s ciilhd be I ae critie-al Illness of her motliir. Mi.. D. s. I'.n in- lee. The Young AWunan s Jl issieiiniry soeirly will meet with Miss Miiudami Noi ton Friday afti riioon. December 13. -The salo by the Junior Circle will e held with Mr- 1. N. Roseman in tead of In Hie conn il Di ce-tuber 2H. Misses JIv'-lyu (liiiry and Susie Mon- uive r'tnrned to their school work- in Monkton. Miss Rheua Palmer has returned to Duxbury, whe'io sho is te.iclilng. The estimated cot of re- palis on the Methodist Church is about Jt.lrti). Miss Mary llulbuid died at the home of lnr niece, Mrs. AV. II. Hughs. Sunday morning wllli consumption. Sin- euiiio Ironi New A'eirk about two mouths agi md was in ioor heallll at the time. Sin; was conin ete'd Willi a jv-w imi; hook funeral was held W dlie.-il.iy morning at eleven o'clock and the inti rincnt was in Vi rgennc.s, Tho ineelius of the Junior 'hnstlan Rudenvor society will be held in tlie vestry of th ltiiptl.-l Chuich next Sunday afternoon at time o'clock. MisH Cornelia Stowe is absent from lnr school duties this weik, on accotu t of tin: death of her aunt, Miss lluilburd. Miss Clara Pulman is taking her pkuc.-Mis. D. S. Paimlee, who has been seriously ill, is reported as u little impiovcd. Piniilston Ac Co., the. contractors, have a force of met, rejiairins the itsei voir. Mrs. 1,. A. Ulgclow of Ticonderoga, N. A'., Is a guest of Mr, and Mrs-. K. 11. Hoynton.-l latch's orfhestra will jilay for a dance at Huntington Centre next Friday ovcnlm?. W. K. I'etley of the Free Press is having a. few days' vaca tion. Waller C. Dmiton Post, li. A. R elected these olllcira Monday niglit: Post commander, F. I. AVard; senior vice-commander, T. Il Smith; junior vicc-i'eitn-mauiler, H. I. Sherwln: quartermaslcr, R. M. Mrt; surgeon, I-., W. fiago; adju tant, 11, Slieldon: chaplain, fl. W. Sneedon; ollicer of tho day, A. J. Crane; olhecr of the jjuaid. John Ilunlon; dele gate to Stale encampment, 'I'. R. Smith; alternate, Frank lireenoiigli. Tin in-st.-illitig ollictr was S. AV. Sim don. --Mrs. P. R. Hoswortli i vlsllius lelatives in Ratielolnh.-A finall btilldliuf has bun erected ncr the bresk in the village reservoir. A stove til.'iccd therein, ami the break Is. liciur; upalri d.-.1. II. orl.4 has sopi one of hi- farms in Starksnoro to Wiillir Kimball.- It is reported that Mis. Nellie Haniard bus sold her ladles' furnishing business to Dali Shaddock, po-sessiou to bo given February 1, Mrs. AV. O. H.irJvcr of San Francisco ia visiting relatives and old friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Harkcr will be iciuciuhcriil as l,ena Collamer, u daughter of the lain Henry Collamer of tills town. The fu neral of Miss Mary llurlhnrd was held from tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hughes at Rocky Dale Wednesday morn ing nt eleven o'clock. Tho Rev. X,, A, Higelow of Ticonderoga, N. v., officiated. Tho remains were taken to Vcrgenncs for Intcrmont. Tlio lumbermen and wood dealer are Improving tho Flelghltiff, Tho next tneotinr; of tho Outlook club will bo with Mrs. AV. A. l.nwrcnco December ii. Roll coll. Iilslorlu ipotH, lesson review, leader, Mlsa Cooley; rwdlnfr, "Thg Hero of thn Commune," Minn Norton; "Vol talre, Wdorot nnd Rosiiau," jhs Rerlha iUewart.-Iiettein were adverllted In tlm Drlslol jiostolllco December it f,u- Mr-?, Ralph Chtirdi, Frank N. Zotlmaii, Tiio ma l.eoiiaiil has i-old his block mi Rnsl Mi hi slieet lei David Shaddock. Mr. .li.niiiii I, has a'-o boushi Mis Ni lln ti i Haul IuiU ol ,,'iod lid will mow them to his new loeatlon.-The Clulullan Knileuvor Biiclely ot thn Ilaptlsl riiuieb hnvn elppted olHeera as follows; Pnsl- denl. Mis Knlo Stowail; viei.-iiiei,nl. K. ,s, I'cckhnm: reeordlm,' seel i nr. , Jll.. Miunl Wright; inriespimdlni; Mere- lary, Ml? Kvelyu A. Dumim, ireasuter. Mr. I.evl lutes; junior ciipiiinlendenl, .Mli"-! .leiinip Shcrwln; usslstani .ii r- Inteiuli'iil. Mrs. I':iiitiie 1 Inmti'S. Th.i 1!f. and Mis. !. ('. Ska ft" are at liom.i fiom a Msll of several days in Albany. N. Y. ORWELL. Mr. ami Mrs. I. W. Htedman n Inrneil f I tun Hull-mil bisl Saliirila.. The l"or-', esters me improxlnc ilii-lr tiloeU, in. incr ' nnleil I Ik- saiiH' to .lolni I'nln. Tin1 me to build outside stairs to their ball I on fie second tloor.-Col. W. P.. Wright I Is llflu'oMuv Ills hum h n fbi" ehlni-1 H'ln lull ha- mini to 1 1 it t e.-i- loyn .noi. ney ou th" Hillside and n n-w tloor.-l'"" fr"'-' l'tou wa- isitingai Wall.ie Orwill wa.s I ejiresenteel at lln- Ma-oiili; Norton's bin we. U, .Mis. !. II. 'hureh leeelln,. l At 1,1, 11..I..M-.- I... 1. Mlel.lliel-n ' I" oil til" sick ll-l. I.. . i J I il I'll W1ltl WHS of Indepi ndenee; Lodge. -News was re-, e.v-. Albert last Thursday of lb" death of il. Ilr.ineli of Deimr, Col. II' I abei-rii a-- tlu youngest , of Dr. '. I'. Ilrainh of Amheisl, and .ludge II. D. I'.i'ili'li of r-1 will In bioib. i .Mass. W'U. CORNWALL. Mr. nml Mrs. Henry J.inip.t nr.- In Moiitiell"r ill attendance upon the Stale grange, which Is In session there l his week. Tin; funeral of .losejih .Ion's, v bo died at his home In Wi ,-t Cornwall on Thursday. D"" inbi r 7. was ii-ld on Sn urdav nl Ilie Chuii'li of Hie Assnniptlon In MIddlcbnry and the burial wa in tin- eeiueiery mar tliere. Mr Jones wa il, blacksmith, ami had followed bis trade in West Cornwall for inanv vears, until fallins health eomivlleil bim to retire. II" leines a widow and two daiii:ht"rs. Mis. Alice- hiiceil of this town mid Mrs. I.l'ible nill. of Miildlebury, NEW HAVEN. 'I'he Dev. c. n. Dnttoii i.tiunul boice Thursday i.icbl l i om Will on N. II win re he went to vi.-lt lib' wife, who hopes lo be :i ill. In tit'ltil llor.ie fur e'hrNtiii.i; . Mrs. Fred lattb- ami Mr". C I:. Kingsley aie .iniong the rick onei, --.Mis. Tlier'-s-a (iregovy lias retutt.i d bonie from S.ihni N. V. wh'-re she lias been vi-lting iiieiels. -Mi. und Mrs. I. I'ltls'.- SatilrdJ. at C,. c. Cont 's few rla.-. M. P.i it. h was home e was in onlcs and this wei ; oer Siinda.'i. - II. i '. Rosei llurhiigtiiii Siil in day. -il. C. 1 1. .1. Pi i k aie in Middle bury atteniling coiiiil conn. EAST MIDDLEBURY. Tli" ladies of the I'ull.l were Viiy )ie.,s antly i-ntertaineil at lln liotue uf Jit... .lolm Ses-lons last Widii'-sday aflernoon. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Anson Sum. hits January '!. nfler whlpli' a supper will be liebl In Hip ov-niim. -, John Si-slims has sold lo '. P.. Ross lnsl farm and bought of Mr. Iio.-- ihe pl.n in ibis illage wlmh has been ocupi-il lor the past few years bv Claipncp Peek. Mr. Sessions will move bl family to j tho wllnge in Hie spilng nnd will stay wlnre hp now bvi s until lh.it time, -i I.. II. lieiardniiin bad a line cult siriousl.v 1 mjilieil one day la-l week by bring cha. d by a bound which ciiu.-eii It to run, into a win- fence when- it was liailly eat. I tlir ligament of one log b, ing coiniilel. l.i seven il.JIoses Diidlev ii former u-si-ib nt of Ibis nl. ice died nl tile home uf . bis son in lir.iuilou Tii'mlay D-ccmln 3 .it th" age of M years. Funeral set- ll-i-H Were held flolll St. lt.lrn.lb.IS ill.lpil lln; following Thursday at two p, in., tin; Ri-v. Mr. Carpenter nfricialmg. The iiitiiiuent was In Pro-peet cem.urj. A il.'itighl'r w;is boi n to Mr. and Ml--Frank Sev nim Fmlay December 1. WEST BRIDPORT. Hi..' llui'-tis has intered school. -Th high school at th" village opened Mon day. Klw in Myriek is confined tu the house. Lake Clianiplain is tiuzeu owt Mrs. Perry Nuiton Is gaining slowly.-- ,eiui.e nun lino wm- .iii.-iiiieii i iiiiiuiia liiange in eiiug in AiKiisnu iiiuisuay. SALI3BURY. Albert Perkins ninl sister, Jtrs. IM w.ud Severance of Middlebury wen: rc- cut guests al Mrs. c. R. Ho.irdtintn's. S.imiu I Pierce1 is seriously ill. A very pretty wedding was rolemnixi'd by tin- Rev. Mr. Slocuin at tlio Congrega tional I'liuii h in Salisbury Tuesday even ing when Mabel C, eldist daughter of D. M. Strong of lathel, was united in mar- rlage to ilcorgc M. Whitney of this place. Ihe; brine was i.l tended by Miss I.ora Clark of Morctown and tho groom bv .lolm Upson of Mldiliebury. The ushers were Roycc Hnardman and Casslus Sco- b-y, lioth of Middlebury and the ribbon bearers were Doiuse Nelson, Howaul Nel- sem, Sarah Cutting. Finest Cutting. Cecilu Thomas, Rollin Whllney, Mildred Whitney and Imii'I Whitney all of Salisliury. Tlie bride wa.s very bieomlngly gowned in white anil carried while carnations. Tlie biiilesmalil also wore white nnd cimli'd pink carnations. Fiom early childhood the bride has made her home with her grandmother, Mrs. Rstl.cr A nuiwright of tins place ami both she ami the groom have, many friends who wish lliein sue cess. A number of sursls irmn out of town were piesent and many handsome and us' fill iireseuts were leceivcd. Mr. and .Mrs. wh.tuey will m, ike their home for the present with .Mr. Whitney',-: p.u cnlf. Mr. iiiei Mrs. A. i;. liltn, y of Hns jii.n .-. WEYBRIDOE. .Mr.-. Ha Hi Fells of fioehisiri- - t,v guest of her latin i. A. ,1 Siuwe and utiicf irli uds in town. Miss l.urc Harrington of Rutland Sfie-ut l.tsl Satuidiiy and Sun day with her ninthir. Mrs. Diiinia. liar 1 ingtuii.-'I'lic Dadlcs' Aid tool; in nwr JiiO.im at their sale last week. -Jlrs. John Dodge of West Rutland made a short visit to her friends heru last week, Mr. Ileemuu, who has been sjieudlng a week at the Methodist parsonage, relumed fo her home In Albany, N. Y lasi Tuei day. LINCOLN. Mr. nnd Mrs. James AVard and .Mr. and Mrs. A. AV. Moran attended tho fun eral of Cornelius Coughlan In Hristnl Rat- unlay, Mr. Cotighla.n was u, resident of this town nnd has two sisters, Mrs, James, ward mid Mi, Murphy, besides several other iclatlvea who resldo lure Ilo had been n uivat rnlVerer from kid ney disease) and dli-d In thn Fannin Al leu tiosntt.il wliero ho bad lieen for sev rial ninnllin. Tho Lincoln Lumber Co. ari piiIll'iK' 1,1 I'l'lylliK' Plant. The huildlm; Is in their milt x.ird and pipes havo In en laid to their sloie. Tho lest- deuces of M. II. Hove, U, A. Thnyi r, W, N. t'iove nnd James II lleane. beside!, tlie l.iji.ibei i oinpain n 1 1 1 - If aui -ton Will I" ll.lll d I 'HI tl i'l-H.I w tli ii tin next few il,,vs.-Mr. nml Mis. Walter Hiissel of Wnviei, weie fUestM ol Mr. and Mrs. ',. A. Thnjer over Suuday.--Thi i will be a Chrlslmas tree with iippi-opro'le xerclses at Hie ehiireb Moiiibiy eMning Deeember J.V V. A. I."- visited file-lids III Slielliiirne tin lnsl of the week. -William Hoag Is nlle ndllig t In- Slate riraliS" I in Atiitit ji"licr thi-" v.eik. -Mis" Minnie Siple w.'iil lo llnrlliigloii S.itniilny. where ' ln- is euiployi d as uurn girl 1 lie lain ! II;. of liv. licrrv nf (lint i ll; . HANCOCK. tle-i'ij I'nsslily ami fniuil have nmvnl buck to Potsdiii.i, N", V.- Richard Hub 1'inil is at wink fin the Ilnneoel; Manu fiieiiirlng enip iiij . -i ! oige Unities has i llnlshi'il Woik In Northlle-lil und gone to " worl. Mrs. lair." i.-uns, ''etn li-n.ug l.rir.-n Sp-n- er i li Mlilill.-bm t:i -1 Siliiiilay. GRANVILLE. I . V. I!.. . 11 Moiit.i !b i Tbuisd.i;'. -II. C. tll.til.-ii'.l Fml llurke v of Moinb.v and we m ibiin'ock 1'riilay. .lied In Ibira-oel: part Tuesday.--! icorge For.l of Ibuic'ick was i,t I'riink Ford's Thurr-dii.i.-Tb" s.-liool in North Hollow began Tuij-iU'; v.ilb M,-. P.lamiie Itacoti of Hialntree ii l lo in r. II. 1.. .Manning will linn" hi? family to linn 1: ii"xt Week, where In- Is ,o vm'U lor Mr. Rob Inson. Mi -. Martini Drake. iho bus been vlsilim; al Hnrrv Wushburn'r In IS'-thol the nasi two wi i k.-. leinin SatUl'l.. Fred Vinton and wil" of .Montpeller are in town. (ieurne I' Wil-oti. an old and lespeoteil tes.ibit i.l lliis ilio e, died Monday morula-: I " eenibi r It at the home of his son IMiounil. win re h" bus bieii th-' past y. .M. Hurley Hem bid a i ve ry narrow "inn- l..t wie-k, A 4 he was ehojiping ilowi- a tree a bug" limb that was lode, ,1 pi ibe tree 'ell ami 'struck him aero-s b's l-ael;. bruising Ills I bud: and on- bg .iv b.nllv. Mr. H'-Hi niauaa'd lo gi I to tin- In :-' with the help ot iwo I'.-ini.- BRIDPORT. Mi-" leu school in I leim nwuv i li.u ion l.as ti tiii'tied to In r F...I .M.iidb'bury.-P.. 1.. Is mi.ving Ills family to Mid- illeliury lloldnd illni;e. Vr. .mil M".. '. F. and -on .-h nl Tl:ank-gi itig -it IVrn.-l in-.li. -Mis. W -i w lib In i- daiiglil. i ilrldg' .- Mr . Sumle-. lliefll-eil in l ilnti1 - n -school Drcemlie-" 11.- ,i i re n . Mr of W"! i:. iljiort llol- roni. high Fd- .MeMll.Ve,' l.-neil"!' of th" Mr. and Mrs wind Nlelio! MvrieU sp n mill th" Mr. .mil Mr-. D. w ek In Moutpel'.i R. SOUTH STARKSBORO. News coin's o'" Ih" ii' . Ill of Mrs. Maria 'ileason at tlie home of lnr niece, Mr.. Rebekilll lv'C'll f lllliesblirgll. .All's. iUleasou camp to A'eririont over tluee ears ago, visiting lelntivrs a lew weeks In Wiiteil.iiiy. sjiendlng th'' lirst wintet with her ii"iih"w. I. A. White of linrling ton. but nrineiii.ilh toseelieronlj Protb"! . fillM-r Sweet, witli whose children sin t lias been uei.rly all th" inn" sp. uditr,' I Ih" two past winters al the lionn oi , It'-nry Sweet In Lincoln and stayinir a lew week.- oi month al a time with tlie. other children. Sic weni to visit m Huntington tills I. ill a few wnd;- und from tin-re to lllucbui ch. Sin- was ;i, .car.- of age, da light' r of D.-iieon Ir., Swiil. Slle b'.les .1 llllllglller and two -mis in Fast Dedhriin. .Alass.. ' w the remain- win- sent tor inter ment Dci-e-mber ."..Walter Young will move irom Weybiidge to his farm, where the late (icorge llanim r died, CALEDONIA COUNTY HARDWIOK. Plan" aie being made fur union Christ nias cxi-rcise's and tree at tlie opera house 111 Is year in-teid of having special ever-ee- at the lllffel ollt elllll'clliV. This will be a union ol all the Sunday schools i jp town and eoinmiitres b.iv" been nji- poinleel flolil Par wirioii- Sunday se Imols, --MI'S Hancoi li has be.-u called t.. Noilh ainjitoii by tho iilness of ln r sister, Mrs. C. A. AVclch has b. en substituting ill tlie Aeiulcmy during Miss Hancock's ab- iibn.tice.- Tae iiniiual meeting ami roll call at the Congregational Church was very pleasant atfalr. After tho busi ness meeting; a banqui t was held in the dining room at whit a C3 were present. Alter tho biinqdft toasts wi.- given by Rev. W. C. Clark of l.vndou, a former pastor of the church. Rev. J. I'. Wal- dlon of the Raptlst Churc.i. Rev. I'. M, Daud of Hurllngton, Dr. A. D. Fen is, Henry Do Ford, the pastor, Rev. J. 'S. Clark, acting as toastmaste-r. An oHg inal poem was read by Jtrs. Dunnells. Tho exercises closed by thf devotional servlcej and roll call of member?. Tho members of thn Fortnlg'atly Cultuie club oliseved gentlemen's night al ilie Knights of Pythlus hall Thursday evening. Tlie third uuertnlmnent in the lectin e course oeeiir.s Thursday evening, at which timo Dr. Thomas Hreen will le. tare on "Reft Handed Men." Dr. liven di'liveied a lectliie hero last year so In nerds no Introduction lo iiureiivlck pi uple.- Re v. J. D. AVuldron of the Rnptisl Chuiv.l was taken ill Sunday and was unable to finish the services in the morning. Jlrs. Wiiloion, who has been ill tor n-aily two wrckx suffering fiom catarrlial fever, is much improved. -Jlrs. (Toorge larni has rcturiml to her mother's homo In Newport. Mr. and Ml--. Carter haw vacated Hi'.' tenement in tie Wake held house liad their household goods haw- been shinned to New pm I Tlie following (eachf r.s nre eusaged to le.-i.-'a ihe town sjchools fur the winter. KaM Hnrdwick Kianimar, Mrs. Nicholson; prlmm-v. JP Mabcllo Perkins: Rroiioii district. .Miss Clara DodKc; Jlackville, .Miss AMutmy Center. Mies Powers; No. 1. Jllss Pauif AVist Hill, Miss Florence Parks; No. 10, Miss Cynthia Dunn; No. 11. Mls l.ucy Keney Jackson Hridgc. JIlss Shechan, Sunday evening at the Methodist Church Rev. F. AV. Lewis, jiresldlng elder, preached a very interesting sermon ou 'Influence." A quartette consisting of Mrs. Hlckford. Miss Vnlll and Messrs. Vail! and Clement furnished music. CRITTENDEN COUNTY WIN001II. At Hie nninial niceiiii)', of lioqiioi-, C imp, No, .S'Jl'l, Model II Woodmen of America, held Tliursdiiv In Hielr imims in Coiporalloii hall Hie following of. Iln-is were I'lcted fur Hie year 'li-ulug: enclible totisul, Daniel .1. Cabalaii. wollll). llil'-ei, I'll 1 1". It . bel. i i Ulli'lll l illlllllU'il mi ki'ciiiiil pnRe.i HEARS I New York Court of Appeals Say the Ballots Cannot Be Recounted JUDGES STOOD FIVE TO TWO llccMiuii uf the I. niter four Is Kerr eil Only ('tinner fur llrnril nn li In tlrlnic tlmi Unrrnnln t'rn. eeilliiKi nflrr Mn.nir Me I lelllin Tnki-o OITIer. Albany, Dep. 1 :!. The POuri of ii'i peals to-day by n divided court, -oi lllg five lo two, decided fignm-t Wm. Rtiudolpii Hearst and bis colleague-, on III'- tnuiiieili.il ownership ii. IM a d SU"talneil th" ''(intention of .l.-l-or M i;pll.ni'.'i nttolfieys In the Ni w A"o. k b'lllol box- ease, which was nrsur-1 In-. tor- them on Monday, Th" effpi t i.l the ileelsion is In a word. Hut t enj can b" no recount eif tile ballo' - e-.-l nl the ebction of November ". ii N'e'i York elty for tho offlppr or ma , comptroll'-r find president of tl. b- nt of iilderinn. Tlie conn teverses thf- Judgmen: of tl i courts b'low, vhidl dlreeleil the e!e. ; i offiens in one assembly dlstrb't of N' v. York county to be reconvened ami count th" ballots east in that dlstiic i n the ofiiccs named. This district ci- . leelrd for the te-'l ease hut. t'l" princ . - enunciated by tlio court pioronndly ;i -f"Pt- Mr. Il'arsl's eoiitrt in nil the d -triets of rjrc-iiter New York, ami .s lo leave bin without rivoms" en.icr ".an quo warranto proeeeeiings, alter J1.iv r Mis'l't'an ha" been scalee!. I'. ' h f r'glu' to the ofr.rr DR. MORRIS TO BE TRIED. lias Asked Tim I an liifnrinntlnn nenln. 1 1 i He I 'ileal In Connlr I ourl. j Wooiistmk, D. '. l;. 'lie trial of ' r HI. F. Morris- of H.ntland, who is eia :r. 'witli ii. .) til r w,th intent to murder. set fur ne.M week in AV indsor oui.'-' court, following tlie AHntd murder eas , the i-espotident having i.ked that an in fu! in.itioii be tlleil ngainsf hm: SHOOTING DOE CHARGED. .1. tl. riioliijisiin uf Minlli I'uiwin I'luenl under -lu lloniln. P.ijnulnston, lice. Hi. J. M. Then qi son of South r-'ownnl was nrrma ..if before Judge K. '. Dales In tnunicip. 1 eoiirf to-day on ihe . barge of kllli u doe during the ojien ,deer season lb' wa- ari'f.-ted at his home in South p. w -mil tills niornhic by Cu'.inn W.irden Harry Chase. Thompson p ul ed not guilty anil was held In the -u") of flO'f bail for hearing next Sjtui-1 v VT. ACADEMY ENDOWMENT friend Donates 10.01111 In the ln-.ll. Ilillon tSU.Oni) Pledged. S.ixtons River, IK c. l:!. Principal A . : llinoutieid to tie school on Tuc-u.i'J morning, at chapel, that Mr. Dodge .1 ju.t returner! lrom another trip aw . and had found another cood file ml 1V 'i school who had added JK'.O'J to tin -scriptlon list. Tins makes about Si'" i which has been dc'lnltely plege v t i the past two months towards t'i Jl which Mr. Deidgo is seeking to i ; Iteartv cheering followe te annouucii of Princijui! AUer. nnd aft?r the r r . cifes closed the conidors rat g v. ti th V. A. veil. r.STor. Accnn's a call Rcnnington. Dec. in. The Rev. .lotpnii H. Lyman, whose last pastorate war that of the Congrcgatlon.il Chuich at Pin n Lnndinjr, and who has been rpsoltng 'n durinir the past year, has aeeepted ib call extended 1y the Congrcgat oi.a' Church ut Pittstlcld, X. 11. ADDISON" COUNTY COFRT. Middlebury, Dec. 13. in county . o rt to-day the on so of Paul ShackeH . Oorge W. AVilcos, appcllint, was s. to the Jury at ":!. but no .igiceme'r i.. been reached when ti-.e coin" ilos'd ! I s day. i'he first criminal case of the teini i i started at t:Pi o'clock, some consiuei,. ,i liltieu'ity being found in SimiiIii!; ,i i This caso is Staio vs. Hrnr.v II. J!. who is charged on iiilonnatlon wr. 'i ceny in tho stcalins: of a su.t of i valia a at 113 from W.ih.iin Jm.cr v n . well. A WEEK OF CONGRESS. I. Illlc ttenl llu-tliieas llnne l.i lellie llrnneh ns )el. I li-- sniiic'i oi t'.mp,iigu , by Insurance etimpanii.s i greater portion of the fine of i Thurnla.v. It canin np In . with Senator Tillman's k.-oh.H 1 .i C be ;' .- i t '111. i.-.l ii eat; ii: for an Investigation ot alliued luiik aid in politics, which was Tho House voted an appropr $11,000,1100 toward tho con.-tructi1 n.ii..'ui i Admit.-. .itli.n of ,1 of I'll l'anauia. canal. Neither branch of congtcss was slon Friday or Saturday. There was a spirited debate 111 '.111! Senate Monday on the subject of rub road rate legislation. Some criticism by certain democratic members nf tin ; committee nssigunients, for which Mi', AVllIliims, the minoiity leader of n..i House, is responsible, amuse,) Hie r- . publican members of the llnc-i' leu whin the discussion tool; on ,i p..n , turn mi adjournment was s.vin-. I. Neithiug ot impurtiifico w done i flflier branch on Tuesday. In tlie Senate W edin fda inunlcallon from Si ctetaty Shaw read. The seeritiiry cuelosid i 1 from Hie ( uinptmlliu' of Hip iini . no. w. I .li.t . I-. 4 slatllia that the I epulis ol bank h .p. - tins reveal only n few small cmiiia conti Ibutluiis in tli" l.i t II ,'ihis la House Messr William.- Lam n Slim kletm d bail .1 initll"! till ow I i r it ci-i iinlUfi F time- 'it