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VOL. LXXX. NEW SERIES VOL. LII.
BTKUNGTOX. VT., TIIVHSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1905. NUMBER 20 0 COLLISION Montreal Exprcjj" Struck through Freight ncarg ith Royalton PASSENGER SHAKEN UP e ir ICS i Vone of TIipiii icrlniisl.v Hurl Kinross Messenger nml Mull Clerk Injured Knulmcr nf ( lie l'.prrn Took Wtxy Freight mi Millng for Train 11c Wiis lo Meet. , i V.n ,iU"li, l) c. "7. Sr ri'.il pi r n urn slightly Itijlllfcl ill ii li"inl-ini- Hisicm I ere la'iy In-day on 111" ('. V. I! I!. bitwun the Mnntloul express fioiu Im 'oi .mil i ; niitli-lioiiiid fn Ight. i hi - iil-i i' Ir.iln. eninpi inn;; fiiin c - Hi (4.l.t i. i.-. iii charge of Knglnoir A' M Cumuli and Cniiduotnr II. X. 1 n liln. Hi. cached lull' (III schedule tlllK iii i pulliil nut nt lor the north, mid liiul jiidi'id' I iiiimil a fitl If ti)i the l cji Viid' u'(ii llii' (Mm Height Nil 'I'd. IV h I W.lS jlsl (-lowing dllWII hi us tn i il.i I ib truck, cmi'- logcihir III III" m T'n ti. ms fni Innately wcio both i- i g lmv .i m I l he Impact was ma I ' hi inuiiali In throw tho riiullic.i fim.i iii Tin express mid baggage cms vi umiwh..t ilainiigul nml Kitir cni'M J K 1 I'.e I'leiglll ll'.llll. Will' till It f li i-ii. I, itiid Mucked tin' tracks. ii u i. iiiiil ili-oii irn mi both loco rin'i s -. -ci their lives by .lumping. r . ,ln ne. li.nl bent il'ini- lo Ksci.ii i r tin- collision. Until ensrines 1 11 damaged, 1ml did lint leave I i. i Th.. passengers uirc slightly ih ,' lull IHHK HI'I'IIIMS-ly itl.iUl'O'l. 'I I'nWitl': Is llo psl (if then IV- I ii i I u-.t. lining Injuries, .-ill nt whhh wi ,i lilil n-iture: M-iil i-li-il:, A. I Nimiiiiv nt' Sunn rv Illo, .Mass.. c 1 , - Migd. J. A. (irnhatn nf ft. -Mo -Mr- 1'iank St. (ienivie nf SI. Timm. out .Mi". Annie K. Sloan of II irtt'onl, Corn., Daniel II. liyun of I I rl ngtiui. .M..s M. Abraham nf New I midon, i.inn 1'nuilt IC.ily nf LJjiro, I-:. Pnwi- nf Itkhtnniid, .1. W. ( iwr ol rm l Ktliiin Allen, Karl Son- r.u t nf Dif.nlt. Mich., It. II. Wilson ff M i i Hint find Ml nf tl Iielildid 111 the hl nf ili- Inriii ihk nidi to continue on tu their lioiu. 'I ir i nr nf the accident, which was j pare! I ly due- In a misunderstanding i' nidi i--. Ii under rigid investigation in ( ( itri! Vermont ohicor.'. u p e k trains from While Itlvir Juno- 1 io ii I SI Albans inilliil tin: engines ,j,i.ii 'I he fn ight inslno wis aide to i.liini in St. Albans under full steam. .Minnie; mo. (.cnirm rniout ouici.us wan canii here were Supt. (-'. K. Sonic, Tralinuaf-U r .loliu Kecfe, and ltnad- I f.iter lint l!uh. MRS. MORRIS TESTIFIES. Uns TcIIIhc ri'iiiiliiuiii nf Her llnrllnl Trmililei lie ii (lie Doclor A i pen red. V ood m.U, Inc. -7. Mr. K,a Mor ii i of Pic rc.-pniidi nt, nas t lie ' win, i s In tin- lrl.il In Vlndsor n ml, innit to-dtiy nf I if. (icnrpo I". Vlnrrls of I l.i i t land, mi the cliurKu of I s.iiiH v ii' i ii t nt In Kill, ti-stlf) inw to h.uhif; U own l.ullier l'eiiuiiniiii til vhniii It ,x nlsii nlloKi d Dr. Jlorris shut Vovenilii i' .i' fur M-eraI iiirs. SIio ked J'li.n ni.i'i inln the hmise on the lay thr eioiliiK ( urrcd ami was toll- nur li I in nliinn lnr lintiiiiil trnublcn a In n 1". Mnrrls (ippnurid u.ul l'eiiui- 11:111 rim nrn I.. I W.itkir. a strirehreper at llart iiinl he.iid Hie shots and later salt, ir Mnrrls tnhl hi in he fnnnd I'eiinltnnn Hid his wifi tiiKctlnr. He paid he shot it him and wished he had killed hlni. I.u'h'ir l'i iinliiian way the hist wit K tn d.i.v, his accotiiit nf calling i.t .1 House asieilnic Mihstitntl.illy with nil of Mrs. .Morris. He had hnd no i ii"is troulile with the dnetor nnd 1 I 01 kiniiv uhetlier the doctor wis 1 lie d or not lmt without a word simk- 1 li 1 itlcr rciininian ran finin the i' v 1 tm side door when Dr. Mnrrls 'i'ikiI a H is was the iiilckcst wit 1 .11 d did not Mnp until lie leached !( .v u I l.inipshii c side nf tho I'nil ((' 'i llui He liorinived a hat nil he V' h. wiie: Irf 1 his nviiioat and ..11 .1 Ha .Morris Inni.-i'. in his Inirileil ( .i ' in NEW SERGEANT. AT-ARMS, l(M. Hell ;iinilnl r, II, I'errln In .m-. ceed ,1, W . Ili-nck, llrolKiicil, Mini pi Iii I' I ' . or 1 1 1 1 11 v i-frr -ula iii' . cii, 11 h s 11. I-, r w.tx I o -1 1 , j annotiiiril nil- hv ( lo f 1 nor 11, tl ,es W. Ill nek. resign, , . ippiiiul 1111 nt will take ( r I. I'.'i'i;. ami Mr. Urn, k's fpii-c ikxI Noenii,ri m.i .ippoiule.l tn thu nf. l y liiniilii'i' Stickuej t iiiicxidicd term of T. C. cascil. He was le-elieted I, 1 ic .1,1 ,es I 1 1 rm 1 .l.i 1 , ( 1 III wmlld Mi1 Hloi I. Ill I '."M II nut thr hium y. dci v tlm l.cKk'lutui es of and I'jui. urinn the time ho him had liur if o of - Mate House and Kroiuuls Mr. rock hns InanKiiiateil mil tty I it) pi int ents nnd has made oMennivo ifiialrs 1 the interior nf the luilhllni,', Hn lo res because his duties as president or 10 Mnntjielicr S.ivIiiks Hank & Trust 1. ami 01 tne American I'-juciliy uo, iiiiind all his time. Mr. 1'Vrrlii is a. native of Johnson nnd ." ycaiH otd. Ho was fnp many nrfl In trade in this elty Iml retired liin'J liecause of 111 health. Hlnrn at llmo his licnlth has been fully re lined, Ine, Vllce I iikIiiiiiiii nml II, V, llruki- 1 11 1 1 id In llnri'liiue, . 1 1 I 1 1 1 hur in c -1. - I lie sni lal vent nf on 1 1 v v.lnli I' in Middli limy u.ik the 1 l-l mar this ('1011111," of Miss Alhe I'usli ill, iliiilKhlci' of Mr I -Mrs, Oscar . Inn. 11 ol .MidilV in i , o Mnitlnnr . dk( of I k oiulcrnsti, N. Y., iMlii'll Hi fin roil at Hie Ininir (if tho brldrj'n pnreiits on Wiiflilimton iitreet nt HrIU n't'lock. Tho spnolotH l eshh nee of the brlde'a par rnls nn inoKt beiiitllfiilly decoralod In pink and urccn nnd the ueueral ofTeet wu KUatly adlnlied by the Inifto ituillber ot Invltid GUeM.. 'I ne Ib v. Tlinmas Hllillit", imflor of tho Mlddlebitry fniiirn Katlunal Chiircli, prr foiined the crreinnny In the iiinln parlor. The, bride was espeelnlly lovely In ti rowii of wlillo niuusselaltio over while talfetn, Irliiitncd with while iluuhrwm lace, roso point and ohirfnn, lth a lulle vail. Shu curried a bo,iiiict nf white ,vi;ft pens. Mi. .losiph A, I'eek was the matron of honor. Sim Mas conned in whlio patln ti-liiiiur.il iilth iluehess laic ami chiiCon nml cairlcd pink briile roses. x Dr. l.ml I., t'ti-ditiiafi, luother of the In hie, ii thr best man. Tho ushers were ,1. A. 1'cck and ihiiihs rotirell of Niw SmU and (.'hiieneo ('. WolU anil ltui'lis WnitnvrlKlit. Ilsii., nt Middb bury. At the cniii luslnii nf (ho ccieniutiy mi eUiborate b,iii(inl Mas Mvtril, Vittuin'f orcliesha plujIitK In Hie main dlnltlK fiinni. Mrs. I.uclnda Smltli nf Hut IIhrIoii Mas the eaten r and tho'-e asslstlni; In sorvlncf v.eic Mis. i'. 1.'. AV. IN of Miildlebiiry, Mrs-. 1 Mini lis Cntlrell of Xiw York, Mrf. Wil liam II. MicWFter of Mldillehury. Mis. Aiihur li. .I.nirs ol Itrnnklyn, N. V.. .mil Mb'S luiNy (.'m-lim.iii, cousin nf the bride. Miss Mabel Merrill and Miss Klli-.ubetli I'liuiey nil of Middlclmry, and Mrs. t'usli Inir Hill of Aliddlibniy, who served the cddlnu ( ake. The lnnlc and ki-ooiii look the 11:1.1 train tu-miilit fur a wedding; trip tn the snuth wnril. Mr. Drnke Is u maduale of Mlddlc bury Colli in Hie i lass of Ihk! and tho bridi bus In en one nf the ino-a lilfihly es ter nieil yniui Indu s in Middltbtiry s b.-st so'-iety GOOD PROSPECTS FOR MARBLE salesmen Miy lleinnml ('uiiilni; Vonr WW Increase lalinr Disturbance .liny Interfere. liuthind, Hn-. 27. Travollnt,- irprr setitatlves nl the Veriimiit Marble coin liany till th.- lintels here to-nlKlit. They nro heii! on their uniiinil trip in re ceive Instriictiniis ami loiitu lists for l!0rt and to reprn t op cnndlHnns nf tlm marble trade all over the Tulicd Stales. They assert that the venr has been the iiiosl ptnsperiitis in the history i.r thr inai'ble industry, 'I'hey prophesy that the cnniliiH: jcar will sen morn Vcr iiinlil maible used, iiy a larno niarKln, than that l'rniu all nf tin- iilhon Slates cotnblned. Western snlomen report eM-ellcnt trade condltloiiK there with larije cmps and money market easy. All of the largest cities of the West are iisine; more liuiible. In biiibllncs than ever beliire and for richness of effect it Is even in sreatcr demand than frr.inlle. 'I'lie arioits iii,irries in crnti.il Vermont are countinc- nn a prnipoious year in UuG. but there Is talk nf discontentment .unnnf; many workmen nml the American I'ederu tinn of 1-iibor Is said to be quietly whlp-IdiiK- the workmen into line for a stand, which will iililmutcly mean a demand for .-l.nitrr boil's and a I'is-bt increase. It is learn'd hrio that the movi ment will be simultaneous with thnCof the Ihirre workmen. While the quarry owner.-- prnh nbly are uwaro nf this snmuhlorlnt,' dls ciintent nn tho part nf a larRc number of woikmeii, they have not been aware of the fact that an organizer has been at wot k anions them. Coiiuressmnn climbs M. Powler of Xow Jersey, proprblnr of the Itutland rior ciice Marble Co. of rnwlur. was in this c ity to-day, re lewinp; the .situation with his traveling representatives. It is m,i that the uetmiis of the various unions durliK,- the cumin? ifiir will iratly iif fect the market schedule all over tho country. BUSINESS MAN A ROBBER. CimfrsKrs lo lliirKlnrihii; n .leiielr.v SI tire. Scranton, Pa., Pee. S7. l-'rank A. Th-idcl, who Is in partnership with his tnthcr in Ser.inton'!! lcadhift nun shop, was airest ed to-day on Mispiclou of robbing Kll-bet-R's Jewrlry stmn last 'i'liursihiy iiIkIU and after boincr taken to police head quarters, confessed. He returned live watches and some silver ware, hut d-'nied all knowledge of u b.iR ennlalniliK Jufid worth of diamonds, which Jeweler KIlbeiK nllics was taken with the test of the plunder. On the nlKht of the burnhuy an over coat bclritlBlllB to Assistant City Cnu I roller ..orris was taken from an adjoin iiil,' tailor simp. To-day Mori is recimnlzed the coat on Tlsdel. lie notllb-d the police Willi the result that they found Hie coat ami other booty in TImIiTs store Tlsdel offers nn explanation of his str.itiKc con duct, lie lias hitherto been looknl upon as an upriKht citizen nnd a reputable business mail. AT ROOSEVELT HOME. I'reslilrul nml rnmlly crk llrsl nl I'liic Knoli," lilchmnud, Vn Deo. L'T.-Tlie IToshienl nid Mrs. ;.i:i-evelt and then- iblldien, i;ihel, Kcrnnt and Aichle, aiuied ut Nnrlll ialir n, In low Charlottesville. hls iiHcrnoou nnd took vehicles then for the iL-inlb) drive tn 'Tine. Knob," the ltnn-e-v i It (ouulry home in Albemarle (ouulj, wli'io I Ik- presidential parti are onmfoii ably rHablishod to-liMit. They will ie. main till huii'laj. Tho boys will hunt ihn Allieniaile vnb Ints. The rreshletit desires to make his holiday one of n lomplote, iet and ru l.ix.illon as possible. Tbero was ,1 crowd at the station In Cliarlottcsvillo, whleii he passdl throuKli en mute to Nurth Har din, to t-co the President but there was no speeehuiakluir. At North Harden there was presented tn Mrs. Itooscvelt by one of the residents nf tho vIIIiiko n hunch of inlslliioe jvhieh t-ha smilingly aeknowi. 'dKcd. MAN CIU-'HIIKD TO DKATII, OiideniiburK-. X. Y., Dec. '-.-Captain Or inun U, Johnson', lined Ki years, I'orcnuin, was Inslaiilly killed at llic Hi-oiKe Mall f'o.il entnpnny's ileirlcl; In this elly this uflcnioon, raplnlti Johnson was imdi i .1 Ktviilvlni; loiullnir mnrlilnn nllllii; the ci iff wIkiIh. Ills presencii llii'to wan un known to Ihn ( utjlncer, Who moved Hie machinery, ciiislilnn Mr, ,lnliusou in ill a I It. ('Kill llsbiiiH, X. Y.i Dec 7. (iJlue prn tr, liits who 1 1 ' t ii I in ! lo-d.i) fiinii a search fur pels in Hl.ick lake lepoit liavlui- cap. lined six liuiiisKr mis cnvei'iliK a distant c nf iienrly one mile In l.onrsotne bay, 'j'i,. Iier weie plaieil hi Hie lake befoie he foiiueil last 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 and wcie fniinil i ,r full id pike in id pli'liCKl. T. Local Items of Interest From All Parts of the Green Moun tain Itate. THE NEWS BY COUNTIES The Wlnomfcl V11r, Villus bp North Front the lalnail In tbe Lake to the rnnitiuiptlc, Alens otter Creek and br the Shore of White tllver Corered by Spe cial Correioeats ADDISON COUNTY. VEROENNES. At merlins: uf Winona Ui'liekah I.oiIrc. Nn. f.1, I. o. n. ',, (itlicers weie elected lis follows: Noble Binnd. Mrs. w. II. Adams; vice-noble m-iind, Mi bin Moul tnn: secretary. Mis. M. !. liarton; tre.is urrr, 1. I,. Iriuulls; delegate to assembly, Mrs. );. li. Ititfalls; alternate, Mrs. It. I'ratt. l'riinl; I'tisha and Miss I.ucy Mllb r wr iv m.-iri-lril .Monday r'veniiiB nt St. Paul's ciuireli, the fiev. M. D. WooHoy pirfurm itf the ci'icmnny. The lnld-w Inlrr tneetlnff of the oflicrrs and excciilive cnnimlltee of the Addison i.'ounty Te.li hers' association was held in the Hotel l,cnn in Hits city Tuesday nltunnnri. l.tuirh'-nu was served to the members nf the itsso, i.ulnn, toi;i Hi-r with the school iitlleers of "i'rsenne: and a few Invltid Ktiests. A businosn meeting fni- lowerl (.ml the llou. MaM.n S. Stone. State superintendent of eibnatinn. math an ad (hess in which he spoke or V. (lelir lencics and imssible liuprovi mciits of the school system of the Stale. Prim lp.il li. C. lloilwis of tlio Veraetities winded solum! spoke upon the sub.eet nf nuihlliE; Hie en ttnnee examination tn the four IiIkIi school of Hi" county uniform, which was heartily endoi.srd by the other principals pnsrnt. and It was left In Mr. Itoduers's handi ti asslun subjects to Principals linttfiird nf llristol, Kddy of Now Haven nnd llnrrlnian of Mlddlelniry. These aen- tlu'iin will prepare exaniinatlnus In their subjects and will lrport as to the charac ter of the examinations and also when and how they shall be conducted. Superin tendent Stone sail that the Stale would in hit these examinations and that candi dates successfully pas.dlw Hie same would receive a r tillcalo admitting thi-ni to an;.- IiIkIi school in the county. U Is prorSVised to glvo these examinations In the dhttlct schools In May 0r Juno and also in the varlnus hhih hchonls at tho bcijhmiiig of Hie full turn of 3fK.ii;. Tlii' liinor.il of Mis, HdKar P.oburds, who died suddenly last. Monday, was held nt the homo yesterday afternoon aL one o'clock. Tin- llevs. C. D. Unzellon and II. A. Wood otliciated and the bearers weie Noble Ihhiiiii. Hzt.i Hulk (i. (; i). Kimball and Herb.. it KhiKshuid. Inlet -ment was made j 1 1 Prnspeet eemotery. AtuoiiR- those present from away were Miss l.auia lloburds or Poitlaiul, Mc'imd Charles D, Ward of New York city. At the annual meiimr of Verseiiues i.odce. No. U X. i:. o. J'., the followlm; ollieers v.-etc i levied for the i ntuitu; yiur: Mrs. .1. i;, W. Pierci. warden; Charhs I. I'Mslur, vice -warden: C. 'J'. S. 1'h ree, srerctaiy; Dr. 1'. C. Phelps, treasurer; C, T. S. Pierie, iin.iuelal seeretury; Mrs. -M. I.'. Whiteside, cliaplain: J. II. Donnelly, KUiik; l. V.. Avery, sentinel; W. II. Ad ams, drlesate, A. V. Niirtun. alternate. The IoiIrii Is In a properous, condition, Willi a membership of 41s, and is fateadlly iirowlng. Mr. and Mrs, c. W. ltidcr have returned from their weddinp trip to Cohoe.-. N. Y and Itutland and will make their homo for tho piesent with her brother, Willard lllll of 11-isln Harbor, Miss Until risher, a teaehrr in the Stale Nortii.il school of Johnson and Miss Heidi Fisher of the I". V. -M. tit Ihir IhiKloii arc passing the holidays with their parents, Mr, and Mis. II, P. Fisher. Miss l.ols Taylor, a student of .Mount llulol.o Colloye, South llndley, Mass,, is visitliip; her limit, Mrs. II. I:, Sl.jck. The boys of the high school save a Mib serlpllou d.tuco at the elty hall Tuesday evenlnc, A suiptise party was shell the llev. II. A. Wood at the Methodist parson, iro Tuesday e.v enhis' by member.- of his con i;i elation, llofrrshments of 1 offee, sand wiches, cake and Ice cream were served and a very pleasant 1 lino was dijoyid. During tin' evenlnc C. T. S. Pierce, nn In -hull ol tin dmnirs. presented Mr, W 1 with a purse of uver pi. MTDDIJ5BURY. Pieif. C, li. Wright, wife ami daiiKh ter, w'ill sail from New- York on Jan nary I for n cur's sojourn In nutope. 'i'hey will winter in Italy and c.ipeot to putm 11 in time for tlm professor to restiniu work In tho colleije at tin; fall term. Tho shipment of live slock from this station Monday morninc consisted of one mixed carload of cows, cnlves, hoes and poultry for the IlilKhton market and one carload of cattlo mid hi nibs for New York. Krvln ci, Piper went alone with the Boston consignment. Letters have been received hero from John J. O'C'ounell iinnnuuclur his safe arrival In Ireland in which country, which Is his native hind, nml Germany he proposes to pass the winter, with possibly short stays In Franco and Italy. -Mr. OT'otincll has taken this trip for tho bctiPlll of his health nnd has already picked up null" a little us tlm 1 emit nf Ills sea vnynne. Moelr.iti it Sli.'W'irt of New York-, who have been purchnhliif.; coiiHhler.'ihlc pioperly fihoiil l.iikn Dunmore, have recenlly secured the luii-ucrn furin of Mrs. Kate Shayes. The land uhitls on the lake shore nnd il Is rumnicd Hint the cnlorjii IsIuk' piiichasiirs will lay nut streets or iniids throiiuh the faun nnd huibl 11 1 1 u ill In ' i- of cnttnu.es Hieie, The price paid was $::,.itui, A few j-ears since it was piiichascil for less than tnie halt thai sum. John Foley, who icicnljv irtmiKd from the hospltnl In Hut'llliRtoti nfter nnderKoltm: a eiltlrnl sttrKhnl opera Hon, Is slnkltiK fnsl and It in not be lieved he can live morn than two or three days, There was 11 lurjte titlciiilaiiee tipnn U10 Ilnlitlsl Sunday school exercises In coinmemoratlon of Christmas Tties day nlslit mid cvorylhlnir piised off very pleasantly. "Jackson, the Ai-tlt," represented old Sittitit Cltins and Ihero were presents for utmost evi rybody, the yotitte; people brlnu lilRhly pbitsed with the Kotierotis fnmion In whleii they hnd been treated and entertii Iticd, Messrs, Hzta Tinner mil M'llllain P. AVniiRh have relumed fiom llurlluK Ion, Wheio they spenl f-everal days durlim- the (Mitlstui.is season. Henry . Host of the IleRDter offlee force hns returned from a Christmas visit with relatives In Morrlsvllle, The butler 11 ml erws market drop ped a few points thi" week, the for ni'r selllmr nt " eenti and the hutcr at !!0 cents per ir)?.e'. 1!. I llemetiway has reltiinr-d from a 1 wo weeks' visit In Itutlnml. Arthur M. Coffin relttrnnl to nan ton Tuesday utter- spending the Christ mas holidays us 11 suost ot Mrs. Coffin nt the Addison. Piper St lioyeltr's ambulance nnd hearse went to Hriilpnl't yesterday to attend tho funeial nf oUtiu Mr. HnN dcll, a son of Dr, Ilnlsdcll of Hint place. The deceased Wfl 11 (.rradllflle of the Albany lbislness Colleso nnd lvns bookkeeper for a. ill .11 111 ttens- salaer. lie became I I i to lb n few days HKit and died iilitc .Judd"'ily from typhoid fever. BRISTOL. Tlio topic for tl.r (."'lt'lMiii' Hndeavor meeting: at the II.ipllsl Church next Sunday evening will br ' i.iioklnK JJack-w-nrd," Miss Minnie lll'u'e'ti. lcider. .Miss Htliel Tinker wa m lnune from her H.ist Mldillr bnr.i 1 lion1 uu r Christ nuts. Mr. nml Mis. A. If. Slovens nf Whltltitf spent ChrisMnm vith A. II. Sumner and family.- H. Mlddlelniry Was .11 umno lly 1 lirlstinas. Ilie conei liur Saturday ihkih nv" t the Kl-aduatllisT class nf th a success nml the lass w a sum lo their n-eai y;m!s of the Hris'ol .Mali novelty works ami are lllllne; up with I.iks .. -in prlnini-y department of t.ie ll.iptin Sunday n-linol held xipprnpi lule Clui'-Utias ex ercises in tlio Sunday s-e I101J' rmuii dur liifT the school hour. The Jii!,r Christ mas Klideavor sneletv nf rl,e Ctptlsl Churcli have elected 1I10 fnllnvviiii; of ficers for six niontbs. President, Irene Hrown; vice-preslilriit, Phillip Law rence; secretary. Norma Atkins, treas urer, Mabel AYrlnht. oiKiuilst. I.oia Jacobs. Mr. mid Ml". I.. A. liiiiico of West Itutland are j;uests nl .Mr. nnd Mrs. I,. 11. UlHsonettc.- -Airs I.u. y Smith of Miildlebiiry Is ilihi. her sister. Mrs. Ci. P. fnlhy. Mitn A 11 ruethy of Mellows Falls spent Christ iias with Ills family here. Mr. nnd Mi- f. c. Cur rier of Walpole. N. Il ami hlldreti are tlie kucsIs eif Mr. and Mi II. Sheldon ami other relatives. Ira - .iitou of Hut laud and..leiiben Norton . t'lioinpsim vllle, Conn., nre at Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Norton's. U, C. .Martin of liiirlliiKton Is visitliiK his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mednr Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Ira II. Stewart nml Miss Hertha Stewart sjent Christ mas In I'antem. MI'S Minnie White is Is-itlni? Miss Jennie Crow In Miildle biiry. The next tnci'tiiifr of the Outlook club will bo held with Mrs. AVIIsnn January 1. Mull call, ltoyitl J'rotuh I'.ihiees. lesson review, bailer, Mis. Prime: "Noted Characters ot the French Hev oliiti'on," Mrs. Hush1-: reading. "The Iti-tuili of Napoleon," Mrs. Hatch. The union Christmas (ralheiliiB in llnlley hall was attended by a ciowd of peo ple, iih! and outiK". There were two latKo Heel, with I.. W. Hale, as Santa. Clans. The trees were landed with sifts for old and younsr. A lu- liter ary and musical pinKratnnie was car ried out. St. Ambrose Chinch and so ciety also hail a Christmas tree, with the usual literary and musical pru Bfainmo. There was 11 family g,i tour ing nnd Christinas tree nt the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Walter WrlRht on Moun tain nveiiue Monday evenlnfr. -Mrs. Anthony McKlnnou continues In a very low state of health. David White of Albany, N. Y., is speiullnif the holidays here with his family. The annual roll call and supper of the Ihipllst Church will be held Wednesday ovi-ulnf;, Jan uary 2. Thero were fourteen sacks of mail lecelv-ed at tills office Monday em tho mornlngr ten o'elotk train, Prof, and Mrs. A. W. Vnruoy of lien iiliiBtem aie guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. p, Varney. Mis. Kiln Dnna Is visltlns; Air. and Mrs. Frank At wood 'u Itiithind. Mr. and Mrs. I,. H, Warner nnd children are vlsltlnif Mr". Warner's relatives in Ilran ilini. The water commissioners arc now tapphiK the mains for the service plpm, - U'Hers were advertised in the Bristol postorfice December -1 for Mis. Hartlett, Miss li.u-hara. l'ittlnir. Anna Harris -Miss Kale Htiucn.sleln of lliirllUKtun Is In town for n few days' stay, llristol en canipincnl, 1. O. O, 1',, No, ill, have ehct eiffieers as follows: H. ! Shd-wln, f. P.; M. W. Wilson. II. !' A. f. Itush, S. V.: C. W. Jilvor". .1. W.i K. N. Dike, trr .(surer; i:. II, Palmer, jorihe; , I'. Hatch, l S. ALISBURY .Inhn Keloey was opi ruled upon for ippcudieitls mi Sunday last. Dr. Heed nf this place mid Drs. White and Martin from Middlclmry performed, tho operation. Ai tins writing ho Is n-s comfortable us could tie expected. Mr. and Mrs. fjeorse Whitney returned from their wcddhifr trip last week. Mrs". Morgan from the west part of tho town was a recent guest at A. I-:. hlltiey's. Orlo Hump, who has been sick foi some time with typhoid fever is better. Tlio Christinas concert at the church Sunday evcnlllB punned off nicety. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Arlnl visited friends In lirandon Monday, Frank Sampson has moved to Whiting. fleoruo Furmer hns moved Into the linum vacated, by Mr. Sampson. Mr. nml Mrs. Joiiepli Matotl nf Kiitl.iuil nrn vlslllnir their daimlilcr, Mis. William llraneh. EA1T MIDDLSBURY. Mrs. It. H. lliiaidiiuiu and luainUlautli Ur iiiilviil ul J e. II. Iloatdiimns irom PiHsl'otil hist wnk Miss Nor.ih Pi ck wenl i iccnlly to Hollows' Fulls, wlido she has 11 position. The KcV. Mr. lllll uf Pine, tor was llic uuest of Mis. I'.iiHldso htsl week on WVilneiiliiy. Ximuslns Mat thews dl'il 1 t his home on North street lust Thuisilay lliuhl nfler a brief ilie..-. I'liiieial ci'vki-s were held 011 Sunday Mrs. Mil thews is i.oincilwi improved. i . Iirown of V.-J,! his fnui- atid rcad "w b'tietlt or . '!. I '. S. was A mid iUlte JB The mill I)iakrl..; ith & Co. RIPTON. Mrs. Hoofse A'otlliK Is seiioitly 111 with appendicitis, with very llttlei chance for recovery. K. V., Damon I better. Kdsnn Day Is homo from Vermont Academy for the holidays. 'i here was n, Christmas tree nt. Iliend l.o.if Monday e.venltiu. A conceit was held nl the Melhodlst Church Sunday eveiilni?.- Charlie. William son of Mlddlelniry wus In town hist week on business. Miss Louise Kirby of Uriel port Is home for tho holiday. School be Kflti In district No. ." Tuesday, the Mth. Frank Ollmore nml family of Miildle biiry spent Christmas at (.IcorKO rill more.'.". Mrs. Charles Coiilumbo, who has been Very idek. Is better.-.CIinuneey tiiid Nltm Heeinaii spent Inst week with Mr. nml Mis. l.nren ttlclmrds In Miildlebiiry. --Daniel DraKk'cn, Sr., Is visiting; In Hut hind, CORNWALL. Saiiford If. Lane, Who has been In town a few days lit a visit to his par ents, Mr. and Atrs. C, 11. Lane, return ed nit Monday to New York. MIfs Jen tile Hrown, u te'nclier In tho Vermont Indiisti lul school spent Sunday and Monday nt her father's, Frank Hrown. The nuniinl chinch meetliiir, roll call, and dinner of the Coiiifreeallnnul Chinch was held at l'n' town hull on Wedni s-day, December "7. Christ inas exercises be th" f otlfrreRiitlnii it Sunday sehonl were held on Saturday i Milium at the town hull, Santa (.'Inns wan there, ftll'ls wen- distributed, and 11 supper served. Miss lleitlnh Saiiford of Hverett, Maf.-'., N a ijuost of her parent.'-. Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. S.inford for Hie holidays'. Charleu Harniim. Midillcbiiry (.'ollefre, 't)."., all Instructor In ehciulslry In the Massaehusrt's Agricultural Colleffe at Aiuhors-l, and sister, Alice of Vermont Academy, Saxtons Klvcv, are home at the lie. S. II. liarnutu. Hdwtn Suiidcrlatid of Ml. Hermon sihool. Northtlebl. Mass.. Is sppiiilluir the holiday vacation '.villi his parculs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. HiiiKhain at West Cornwall. --.Mr. and Mrs. 1'. H. Fnolo are tin- happy parents of a dniiuhler, hoi 11 tn th( 111 last week. Mr, nml Mrs. J. Jl. Alwuoil eutertalneel til Whlsl club mi Wednesday 1 venllli.-. Norman A. 1'iost Is visltlns friends !u Michigan. NORTH FERRISBURGH. M15. D'lini, wlf- ol V.iltr.ii- liiilmrds, died at her home on Mntid.i.v ninruins-, alter less than a vvi e k's Illness, irom a sevel e attark nf pneumonia. Mis. Hobiirds was u lady eif tare .'ittaliiinenls. and will bo creatly iiiltseil bv .1 t.iri?e nuinber ut friends, who will nlwn.vs hold her luem orj hi IiIkIi esteem and remember her un selfish Hie which for the Kieater part has been spent in cniluu fur other and much older people. The funeral was held at her lati home oil Wednesday at nue o'clock. Mis. l.ltcinda Allen has kouc to Miildlebiiry to spend the week ot Henry Hsiiiiiiiond's Cnpl. iconic Martin, Mrs. M.iitin and son of Amhernt, Mass., 1UC quests til Ids In other's Callus Martin. S. N. Allen and family are spending the holi days at Mrs. Frank Nelson's in pawlet. M!-s Te'sle HisseU is at home from Cas-tk-lon, and Clayton Hlsstt from HurlhtK ton liuslness CoIUkc. Ilnoney Se-Ruln has Rone; to SteUaWHnev-FU., for the--win-ter. JIIss lionu Hehz ha leturned to le.r hnme in Toll do, Ohio, for 11 short visit before eomnieiielUL,' the winter teim ol' the C'hamphiin Volley si hool. The eln.-lns; exercises nl the Cliamplnln Valley school were held al Allen hull i.isl Thursday ovonimt and were Kieatly injoyed by all present. The pupils reflected much cmlti upon their teacher and at the close eif the exere'ises, IhioURh the kinilliess of S. .V. Allen, presented Miss Heltz with a pl(ee of tine china. The dancing class held Its last pjrly on Wednesday evening when Miss Heltz was 11 membcri d with a pli ce nf silv-ir. Mr.e. W. 11. Orr and Mifcs Frances Wheeler with line china, n.i a token of appreciation and prowl will, by thii-e who have been in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. fieorce Youiik- of Wllliatnstowii are quests .it Carlos Mai thi n. SOUTH STARKIB0R0. Cliilinins rercises for the children were held at the Friends Church Monday even Im; with the usual amount of slnaltifr and speakliiR. Stephen Yeuuis Is home from Porlchestcr, N. Y., for the holidays, A company of about ") relatives met at the home of K. H. A'ouiis Cliristnius, enjoy hiK a very social visit, there was a tree for tlie liltln ones, which liny seemed to etiju.v Miss Adali and Knima H.illook are home on a 11cntl1n1 from their sehouls. Clarence lllrd-all is able to be out again. Fllzsi I'nllansbei! and lady and Mr. anil Mis. Hoy llurlluirt are visiting their patents, Un, Mrs. D.ivld Follruishce. NEW HAVEN. Miss tinico i:. Merrill Is mi the sick list. fjludys and MiKlallne Kverest, who have been quite sick am nil the sain The chinch was well lllbd Suinhiy ev;cn ins to listen to the children's cmtcImp, which were Hue. There were many li.m lly Kuthorhif-'s In town Christmas day. V. M. Henedli't and family spent Chtist m, is with frlenus 111 Hrlilport. Anion,'; those from out of town who spent Christ mas with irienils were M.nvia and lluw ntd Wiuslnw, Jessie Field, nena O'llrhn, Mildred find Charles Weld and .1. V. Huwh y. Churles Siiihe and family.- F. II. Kowly was in Plttsfnrd 011 business Tuc.-duy. M0NKT0N RIDOE. The Christmas trrn rvhibit Mond.iy nlKht was larKely atteiideil. Mrs, Hcn frew had tile children imdi r Koud prac tice, Mrs. Collins of Hast Monkton pre sided at the orfiiin and F. A. Miles uctrd the part of Santa Clans. The I.'ddy girls, Mary mid Mable. are home for Chrlhtmas from Nortlih.iiupton, Mass. Miss Will lams came with them, A family Clirlnt. miis tree also made Its appearance at the homo of 8. and 1. A. Miles on Saturday night. Their daughter, F.llen and llow ard Thompson of Lincoln were present making 13 to enjoy tho occasion. WEYBRIDOF. Miss firaco Tvvilchell Is home from Plattshiugli Normal school for the holidays.-Mr. and Mrs. llcrbeit Hlllut of Montreal are Hie guests of Mr. Kltlot's patcnU-, Mr. and Mrs. dray lllllot. Mr, ,iml Mrs, L. f. Sutrlev.ini uf TlemnUT oca, N. Y , nrn visiting their children horc-AIIrs Mullle lliimlltoti Is homo fruin Nni Ihllilil t-emlnury, Muss,, lor the hull days, licit liodgi' ol' Pioetur spent (hilstunis day with his paienls, Mr. and .Mis. D. li, I inilm-. .1. I., Shan and Utile (IntHlilcr, Lena, uie visiting In ISeniiliiK ton. Mr. Young, who has been In lite emplo.vnienl of L. u. Thompson for the past two or thiee scars, has bought n plnce tu Lincoln and I movins his family llieic-Cnnieioii Sptigg wis homo frnm Wesi Hi.tbiiid over i'hritiiias, .The Christina exftds i't the Mcihodist Church passed off very pleasantly. Two well laden trees furnished fruit for old and young. The music was flno and the exercises by ihn little peoiito were ex ceptionally well tendered, FERRIBBUROH. Prof O. K. folllus, principal of the high school tit Valatle, N. v., ami Mltses Hertha nnd Katharine, teaehers a I Oranvllle and Ubmli'. N. V., ale at the lioiiin of their parents, Judge and Mrs. 11. W. Collins, for the holiday vacation. -The Christmas exorcises ttt the Metho dist Church Monday evening passed orr nicely. A larire congregation was ditei talneel with special music nnd reeltutlons by the children with 11 few words from Hie pastor, the Hey. .11. A. Wood, Charles A. Tilpper, superintendent of ll.e Sunday school was presented with tin easy chair und an tinnown ciiantlty nt "lilthy lucie;" was bestnwi.il upon Hie pastor, lu nddltlon to the tnnneroiiK gifts for tho children from a richly laden trei , Mrs. H"rl Allen of New Haven Is veil ing Iit sister, -Mrs. o. II. Sherman. -Miss Sarah Dean piofesfor of domestic, science at Northtleld Seminary, Mas.. und Miss I.ucy Dean, pursuing a course of study at Hnlon Springs, X. V., are at the home of their parents, the Hon. and Mrs. W, II. D"iin, for the hnllda.vs. On Monday nfternonn January 1.1, 1&i.j at ".:.;) there will be 11 general conference held hi the Congregational chapel for the teachers of the lovu, conducted 1 y the Hon. Mason S. Stono snperliileiid'.'iit nf L-ilucatlori feu- Vermont. In the.- evening at 7:"a In tho auditorium of the chinch there will be a lecture by Mr. Stone fun to nil who nre inleiested in Hie cause of education. Miss Flora Hooth cele bin Led her 8'itli birthday on Wednesday December 20 by giving a live o'clock tci which was attended by her teacher .mil several of her schoolmates. -Miss .bsslo Field of Ml(hll.!buiy spent Christinas here, with her pai-enls. Mr. and Mr. H. W. Field.- The niinu it iin-ettii of the Congregutioii,il i'IimicIi and soeletv will be held next Tui -.lay lannary 2. 1!"'". at two o'clock In the chapel of the church. Merlin ('alcf of Invii. a .student at Hoddard Seminary is spending tlie holi day vacation with his sr hnoliniite. Italph Hoot. A part of last week h" spent in Charlotte vislttm,- his friend. Cyrus llons lord, anolhir Ciiidd.UiI student. LEICESTER. A large gathering of relatives met at the hotii" of Frank Johnson on Christina -1 day to partake nf a bountiful repast, both dinner and supper, and enjoying tin blessings of a full das.-Frank flail:, travelling 'al'-maii. spun Christmas at Frank Johnson's with his wife and otln r friend". Hal ley Fletcher has gone to Jersev City for the wlnt.f noeniyipu'ikcl by his aunt, Mrs. Partlow. who has spent several mouths with friends heie. Mi's Inez FIske of Hurlhigmn visited friends hi town last week. Loyal Kclsey has re turned home after spending a week in llrooklyn, X. Y.-Tlie pupils of the llrnn don high school are home for two weeks vacation.-The King's Daugbteis met nn Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. l'.tov. n- soti. ORWELL. C. 1. Hayniond and eiler, lle-l-n. of Glens Falls, N. Y.. are with their par- tuts for 1" days. Mr. ml Mrs. J. u. Haymond.-Mrs. t;. (i. .iiurray is with her people hi Cuttiugvllle for Christmas. Miss Julia Abel!. -Miss Hath Wilcox. Miss Mabel Wells. Miss Christine Mellon. -Miss Maud Mcaciam. Miss .Maud Smith nnd llulllu Smith rue nil hon.e for Christmas.--C M. Wright of New Yen It City Is with his brother, Col. W. H. Wright. The Christmas enter tainment and tree, in town hall proved a full success as usual with larsro at tendance. A ."-erics of lellgious meetings will commence Monday evening, Januaiy J, in the Congregational Church, the Hev. 11. Swift will be assisted by tin Hc-v. Mr. r.distnw of Manchester. -Churles malt- has gune to Putnam, X. Y lo spend Chtistmas. WHITING Dr. and Mis. Phelps of N n Haven, Conn., arc the gue.-ts nf his parents here. Mis. Parker staits Thursday for Pitts burg, Pa., where she will spend the le niiihuler of the winter with her son ami t'amil.v. Mr. Phillip Cloyes will accompany her ns far as Albany. Allisun Webster returned home Tuesday evening from .1 flvn month's western trip. -Mrs. Warren Baldwin returned home from Massa chusetts last week, where she was called by the seriously illness of her mother. Her mother Is Improving. 1'hllhp Cloyes of Mlddlebitry was in town Sunday. Miss Isabella Phelps Is home frnm New Yorl; on a visit. Miss Florence Williams ami Miss Horn. Hitchcock are home from C. V. S. through the holiday vacation. Mrs. Dole Is the guest of her brother. Mr. French nt Rolnrt Wiioster's, Mr. Tabor was a lecent guest of her s'ster, .Mrs. H. IlJldwIn, Mr. and Mi. Frank Wooster visited friends tu Cornwall last week. Mrs. Can In Casey visited in Hranclon l'liday. Tho Haptist Christmas tieo arid exercises will be held Wednes day evening. John Ainrs waa 111 Hrnudoii on business Friday. Miss l-eiiili tn venii is the guesl of her sister, Mis. K. P Wfl He. IH0REHAM. Miss Catlln returned from New York oil Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monro of Hiirllngtoii spent Clulstmas with Mr. und Mrs. J. C. Moore Miss Ilia Smith of W.ireluini, Mass., Is with her mother, Mrs. Sally Smith, for the holidays, Word has been received from Slvas, Turkey, of a son born to the Itev. and Mr. U. C. Partridge, November 27. Mrs. W. N. Piatt Is in Boston for the holidays. K. H. Monro has leturned from New York. Wesley Larraboe, who hits been In falling health for some weeks, passed away Saturday evening. There will be a sociable and supper for tho benefll of the library, In the ladles' rooms under tho Congregatlonnl Church, In Shoreham, on tho evening of January R, l'.iotf, from e to 9 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. H. !. Fnrnhnm entertained Christinas day Mr. and Mrs. n. If. Farn h.im and family of Sudbury. Mr. nnd Mr, fleorgo Kelley mid the .Misses Kelley of llr.'indnn, and Mr. and Mrs. Ittissell Failllllim of Piovidence, It. I. LINCOLN. Tlm Clllliltpias trei! mid evetelses at the ITlilpn Church Wein lamely utltuded. The I'hlldi'rii leiiilei-ed ihclr pails in a pluaHlllK niariUd' and there was a genet ous nupply nf gifts for old mid Mmnu. Atuoig tho gilts was a sleiiili mho im the pnsloi', the Itev. J, F. i'hurston, and a punMi of f.'7,l for Mis. 'linttslon for tlie pureliase nf a fur coat. The pieient atlim was by Mis. Aueile -Mnrcan Hiiuiish whose effoiis largely Hie money nas mlsril. The icclplenti. were coin- tCuuliuiiril un reotnl psgr.i TOOK WILD RIDE Insane Man Kept His Five Youn.n Children in a Box Wagon Six Days. BABY WAS NEARLY DEAD, The Olher Milfrreil Terribly from Luck f l-'ond nnd t'liilhlng When Msn Wnn Captured He Mode lles ucrnle I'lu II I before lie Coillel lie Mibdiird, Clinton, Conn.. Dec. W. -Taken Biidde, . ly with a tit of Insanity while recover, ng from Hie measles, Hnyden W.Hrous, ,1 middle iifj'-.l man living in Mystic, galhe . ed his live small children together ii"d. putting them on a box wagon siaf ii six (las ago on a wild ride about tho State, begging troiii house to hoU'O anil lint allowing the children to leave I'm wagon at any time. The father and h h ehlldirn slept on the wagon every mgl.t and as the days passed th" sufferings o( the little ones incteased so that wlv a they were overtaken iieur here to-nig1 I by Watrntts s brother the youngest of th" lot, a two-yi ar-ij'd boy, was lie. nl; dend. 'Ihn insane man's html,, r .tm ted In pm siilt of Wnttoiiu a rlny or two after w.it inus left home and found traces ot him In several towns throughout the St. in bill, just IIS he seemed to be 111 a position ivhele he; uniM overtake him. tlio tra was hut and th" insane rami was not. caught until to-night. When he saw 'i t btnther bo itnrtcd to tlghl and it iij; only after a desperate strangle that Wat. lous was sitlidiii u. Ik was humid w.'i lopes, put in a catiiagr nnd brought if the station here and later taken to h , h nue, hi.- brother going wnu leni. The 1 hildreii were siifferini ierriel from the lack of food and 1 loMiing am! so. in or them n- said t'.i be lit a cntiia. condition. AM. SOCIETY GEOLOGISTS. Scirrnl l ellims Declared elected nf M oc Hum In (lliniia. Ottawa, Ont., Dee. C7. At Hie mrelii g of tho Ameiieaii Society of Ueologists tl following fellows v. nre declared to be elected: Sydney tlobart Hail. Washington. D. C , John Mason Uoutwell, Washington, D. ('.; Amos Pcaslce lituwn. Philadelph, 1 Pa.; Frederick ('.. Clapp. AVahington. D C: Ilerdman Fitzgerald Cleland, A ,1 -laliistown, Mass.: Hegtnald Ahlwortnv Daly. Ottawa. Hdwin Clarence K'-k I AYusiiuiEtoii, 1). I'., IMward M.ntiu Kin dle, AVashlngton, D. ('.; John Duer Irvine. Sniitli ilethleheni, Pa.; Albert Peter Low, Ottawa; Hudlnph Itende-miinn. Stale !,ni Albany. N. A'.; IChas Howard Sell ltd-. Lake C!t, Fla.: Frank Ahmzo W.Idcr Iowa City, la.: Iia Abraham AVilllams, Ames, la.: J. lalniund AVoodman. Hai -fax, X. S.; ileorge Albeit Young. Otuiw 1, Out. President P.aephael Pumpelly to-n'gnt dellveieil Ins annual addre. h s ii -jeet being "The Interdependent Hvolute 11 ot Oa&li and Civllizatiuti." AMERICANS IN DANGER. Feared FtimNlnn Will Srle i:plnslvei of iv York Air Ilrnke l o. St. Petersburg, Dee. 117.-1! ::'(! p. in T, Associated I'ress learns that Mr. Meyei, the AtiKrfean amliassaiteir. made repre sentations to the Hussian government le gardlng the danger mid the necessity for the proteetou of the property and r-p. ployes of the X'ew A'ork Air iirnke 001,1 pany at rtubcrtxl, an iiielustti.il town 11. ar .Moscow, and that ho was promised that the piotecUon desired would bo given Im mediately 1:1 cue of emergency. This perhaps accounts for the prompt m Hon of Cciicral Doubasscif;, governor-general ol Moscow, in despa telling a sciuadron of dragoons to Luheitzl yestuiduy. It Is alto learnid that there was fear thai th insurgents would attempt 10 s-iio tlie woiks of the company, win. contain .1 large stock nf explosives, tie company having been engaged In the mam ufaeture of shrapnel for the ltusfiun ", uttimuit dui.ii the war. BLIND GIRLS IN DANGER. lire Ilroke Out In Asluni ore lloune AVIiere i'hey Were Mee-plnu. Xew Yolk. Die. 1'7. I'.re to-uigiit 1 tlie store house of tie as.vliiiu fur H. blind conducted 111 voiiiieetion witli the mission of the lumiaeulalo A'irgm a; Mount Lorettn, Statru island, threaten ed seriuus d.iinago and caused apirehci slou for the safety of "11 litt'o blind ghi who were .sleeping in an improvised dor inltorv on Hie second floor of the bulletin,-. The asvlum had bv onio so crowd ed as to nialie it necessary to use a. poi -Hon of tlio store hous-n as sleeping er.nir ters. Tho ilormltory was separated ironi the main part of tho building on lire by a stono wall but the chlhlrin w ere marched out as a matter of precaution The tire was extinguished finally with but slight loss. DKATII OF AX OLD HDITOI!. Hochcster, X. Y Dec. "T.-AVilllam Pur- cell, for many years editor of the Fulon and Advertiser, died tills evening. He had not been actively engaged in news paper Willi! since Kino, Mr. Pun ell was born In Fort Covington, l'l.iiikllu lounty, N. A'., August r., i.::n. Ills paieiits leluoved to this city when h was llnve miii.s ot ac nml lie had since made Ins home lute. He woikcil as i.u- rler boy for Hie Dally Advertiser, one 01 Hie piedi ci'sSols of the Fulon and AdVi. tisir, and later on wenl into Hv mhiv and leaiiuil Hie piiutcts' trade, I'reslibnl Itiinsevell has sliovvn his eaineslness In hln ilcslm to eslabllsii .1 great national mi gallery at Wash IliKlou In a loiter to tho hoard nf 1. gents of the Sinllhfoiilati Insl it utioi,, iirgliiK pi nmpi ness in nciepini" i offer ill I barbs I. liter lo he.vi . Hi III 'olkeitvii to the Sovcrniiuiit.