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SB : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, I! P.").
VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (.(.'ontlnilril from fourth page.) the ultk'TH of tlio UebeUnh Lodge will 1 10 Installed nt ii public, meeting to be for Unit purpose dining U10 firv j'. ut of .limitary, (In' date of which liis Hot lis yet been itellnltcly decided imhi. Mlia Annlo Palo vjiiho homo lust Saturday 1 rum I'liiiiilngluini, Jliis.., v, here she In attending I'm State Nor ii'l xchoul. She will spend ti two wicks' ii'ii I Ion with friends In this village. - t). W. 1'ultcr Iijh been Iiiivipt n serious lime Uic past few days Willi it felon mi 1W il'iniiii. -Tim m 1 ib innilvri-Miry nt Hit nrguhlzatlun of Ahlsuoiih Post, No. .'1., .!. A. 1!.. will bo celebrated on t 1 1 - lav, Jiuiunvy f'. hy llieir customary mi- ml visit ami oyster tuippcr nl tin- Con t cgullonnl Church vestry. Tim Cluist liis e M'l'tisc.e at tlio Methodist t'liuvii .Womlsiy evening wcio vi ry Interesting, llle hlllslMll pull Of tllC plOgrumiUO br ag t -pri.liillv line mill were enjoyed by i large nudlencc.--i'ho lilililliil meeting . ml dinner of tins Congregational Church wt li" held lit thrir vestry on Sultir il.ii. December r.n, coiniuctieins nt cloven o'tlji k In tlio morulnsr. S OUTH WOODBURY. Hurt P.I1K son of Herbert IHIK d.e.l if consumption at bin lioini' lild.i'-. Deer nibcr lie lrnl sul'fcied for u long true .mil bail triiil a Miutliciii climate III this viiln hope of va nl I tin tiff Hi" ii'scufe. The funeral took plueo nt the 'iiteh on Siuiditv, Scott I'onlcy eon titli III!;; the. services. A quartette com nnscd of .!. 1.. Tebbi Its, ):. C. Snhhi, Llallche SlmiiE nnd Mrs. Warren (iood 1 'I tendered two se lections. Ho leaves a wife imil one chllil.-A little, son of Mr. imil Mrs. W. !'. Lance of Cabot 'io!e one of his leas last Friday while 1 ousting. 1 kittle Hnhbhis was over lroni M.ilshlii.ld last Sunday. EAST WARREN. V. IT. Moore was auitc 1m illy burl o-e u.iy inii v.cck wmio mopping mi the woods by n, lmgc limit from a tri lulling, KtrlkniK 1 1 fin on the iioiililers 1 lyllls-. the nlne-yeiir-olil daughter of J "rank Hrotihs. died of scarlet fever IV ecnibi r -it. Otlur numbers of tlio fami ly have, hail it. William Dumas has tln inheij Ms work for L. ('. I.nnib ami has gone, villi his family to Jiuiko, X. Y. ileorse Heath of lielhrl is spending a few days with nip brother. 'I'liero was no Christmas e.trciso oil Hast hill on account of much slehhcS3 and hard colds. - .lohn l'olley mid family of lkthcl spent i lirlslmns at his father's in this pl.ic". .leimlu Tillotsou e.Npects to to 1,'ant Oranpo this vrcli to IMl her ustcr. WATERBURT. ( 'In il tiuif- wna oIimiaoiI very (inictly a; lite hospital for the im-nr, as it was not Jiotibb' to an.iiiK'' any f pi ci.il e.eieiFi s. Tin.' path nts' bill of f.ue win- a s-ubMalilial one, e'licistiw; ot loast bicken, eandle. J. .ncr pin, iianberry s.inii', in niMilintt to t' o usual fare. Tin mnis' ball was decn r.i'cd for lite day, and t lie principal fca i i i-o tin IV was the miaIuk of n Hiri'slums aho. contalniuc: a rlnii, thlmblu and pen nv. Xrarly all the patients ieci:icd snnic picsint from friends outside. Mrs. Ktalk- i' matron and ins-truc tor in the must a' Hainan; f-clionl, vas presenli d wltit a vise, by tlie. members of tlio senior class, and with a handsome, fruit dish by tin jmnois. The fiiKial of Mrs. Harriot I'nflrin. tlio died last Friday moiniiif, was li'Id ffiuii her Kile homo on l.itlle river K ilur tl.iy artuniinu. Tim Hcv. I,. II. Klbntt iiniiiieti d the srrvieis and ". .1. Hnjeiv bad ibai'Ke. 'J'bc btnn'is wtiu Aiiliur Jjrim rltl, H. .1. "rosett, V. A. WriKbt nnd li. S. Hl.ilub II. Mr. t'offrin was 71 yi.us old and bad Imd in Waicrbiuy I'm more than ."O years. She is survivid tiy ihi daimbtir, Mis. H. H. all i -e, of tins plaoi, one .in. Silas t'offrin, of this place. MONTPELIER. At the annual liic tiiiK of tin Hat Mont re Her f'raiiKe, iield Vi ilnenlny" 1 ii e. "Jn, In IoIIowIiik olllcers wile elected for tl'.e enr cnMiinn: Mastir, ti. It. I'lavU; omi nrr, fieorKO MeKuiclil; ltelurer, Mrs. I I i! les J-al'.iKi ; stc ward, A. ' i. A hi telle l ; rsittant Fteward, l.yle Vounk; chaplain, .Mrs. A. ti. Fostel ; trcasunr, 11. M. J'ainhain: fecrelary, 1,. W. Sibley; Kan It -"per, II. YV. Y ine-ni; t'eies, Mrs. ii. II. 'lath; Vomonri, Mr". Herbert K"iton; Fluirf, Mrs. II. 1,. Ti niplet'on; lady assist ant steward, Mls Is'ate Wheeler: churN tfi', ('. 1 '. Hiidley; pianist, Miss Hlla Uiiil le. , The su olheers will b- installed the lii'd v.eelc in hinuary. Tills liraiiRo, is ) i . ciy llotirishlnj; lontlitioii and is one 0 the larsist in uential Vcrtnout. l.miMit Maroon of OniiiHe. was brouHlit to this city Friday by Deputy Pberilf Foster nnd was taken to the State hospi tal for the insane at 'Wateibury on the 1 w nine train, she haln; been nUjudgiii i is.mc in pioliato court in Orange county. liBs Magoon is suffcruifr from a inrni ot" no lancliolin. Slio is it dati ncld I ihttr n. tlio late Asa Mauoon. Fester Could of Wrifjhtsville, pleaibd i ih Kiulty in city couit to a cbar.i;o of a ln'.'ieli uf the peace in naultinfr Lewis .l.icobs, n Jew peddlar, but he v.-a eou- tfd and lintd one dollar, with eons of I .'.'d. tioulil iippeab d his case to county 'inrl and itirnli-Iied bail hi the. sum of John 3.. Phllbik!;, a native, of Moie ! n, and a formir reiltlenl of this city, lb. 1 recently at liadowia, Minn. Mi. Phil. I'l' "k was lil yei.rs old and was loinariy ujiloyed In the meal tnurku ot li.tllcv ,t J'.irk. Tile Fit.-l laptlst r-liureh has Noted n Kinlmously lo c.ti ml a call to the I lev. Dr. II. A. Itobcrls of lllock Island, ft. J., l'i I'll (he pa'lonitc la.ulo vacant by Hie jesiguat.oii of tlm lie v. tiny '. ham sou. l''roui some ii'llmutions fiom ir. I.'iberts it is epri lul he will acci pi Hir call, but he ptotMbly will not be able lo lake, up t.ir woili in Monti" licr until Mulch I uet. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Milter weie guru a puiprjsi party Monday cvinins tn cel ebrate tlie I'.th mimvMs.iry ol l lie r n. ling. Mr. Mclir is chairman of tin local boaiei of lbenst mmlssloner.s and Is an nctho worker in tlie republican paly. Their pIcumiiiI home on Tuicy rdreet was illlcd by fi lends and neigh bors on thin occasion and tau uvuiilug was very enjoynbly spent. Aninnu the events lor which prepara tion Is being Hindu in celebration of New Year's day In an old fashioned watch meeting at Trinity Church Sunday i veil ing, December 31, at Which the Hev. Y If. Dukeshlie', tlie paslor, tlio Jtev. Dr. K, A. Jllshop iipel others will speak, iv celebration on New YVur's night in Odd Fellows' hall under tho nusjiice.s of Ivy Dodge of Itehekahs, and an upm house at tho Y M. t-. A. from two o'clock hi Vie nltirnoou to ten n'cloek nl night. A basket ball game will lie played in tlie iiftci noon, lefii sliineids will bo served bv lhe bolus' auxiliary ami a reception Will ho held 111 tho etenlng, to which nil miu hi tlie tlty over hi ytar.s of agi will be cordially. Invited. M. W. (jiiiild, the vinerablo apple nun al tlie Ci nl ta I Vi rinniit Million, W:H reilplcut of II Hlbstlllltl'il purse t'luitl t 'an day I'lom his friends emplojid at the aallcMi. Mr. tioulil b M ycaii oi tint nltentla lit his litislnesi ai regularly as would it !uuiu; man, .Mr. nnd sirs, wilimr x, Lawrence were tbf- letlnis of a surpilso patty Monthly i vcnliiK from iibout thirty nieinbcra of Stiinniiril l.otlirc, Now Finland Order fo lirotcelloii, of which Mr, Ijawrcnee Is secretary, Tin affair was In celebration of the Inih anniversary of their lium-lago and Hi" Htieits took with them an al most unlimited amount of tinware. .Men-Ill J. t'oillm ot llrmirord and Miss KlMc 11. I'ntirn were man led yesterday tioon at the homo ot Mr. ami Mrs. I'liauncey ii, Foore, parents of tlio bride, near llirlln pond. The Key. ,t. Hall l.ons of r.elhel w iis the ntllelnlhip; elerK.viu.iti, .Mr. mid Mrs. ('oillss bTt liit rvenlncr for Mnulicul They expect In return to Hrailforil N't w Year's day at which time a reception will be tendered them. They will soon muvo to llelhe! whcie Mr. i'oilis' has a position hi n store, ran Ik are oat annoimeliiR the ap pioaeblmr inamime of Charles Sumner lloliiies nnd Hertba Mae Howell which will take place Monday evenhiK, .limitary 1. al tlie homo, of Mrs. (1. I'. Howell, mother of the. bi'lile. Mr. nnd .Mrs. I ,. Jerue were given ft stliprlse parly Tuesday evenliiB by 75 ot their friends to celebrate the UMh an niversary of their niariiiiKe. Mr, Jerue lives on the Hue, of the Halle. .V: Moitt-p-ller lectrlc tailroinl mid wlien a car load ol Ids li b nds appeared at his door he and his iMIiunhlo wife weie nearly oteiviini" wilh .siirprlM'. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jerue wele the itelplillts of a. Mlbstan tial purse of money. I'atilek McXiilly or this city and Mar tin Clary or D.mby pleaded guilly hi city eolllt yiMlerday to second offenses of in!o.lc,itlou anil us they had no money were eat'i senlenedl to 1"i days at h.ilil labor In the House of Correction at liutlanil. .Mc.N'ally was the first mini lo b" i-'ent I roll! M.outpeler to the House. ol roircetloii In Ivn:; to soru; an ahei- tiale sentence for Intoxication under the llecnse law, and us bis commitment pa pers at Hint luilo wrro faulty ho was litially ri leased on a teelmlenllty. He bus the Insane lib a that yamo Will work ;ig:aln in Ids case. Dr. F. II. Ste-te lfturned yesterday from llaidwldt where be went as one of the Slate supervisors of the Insane to eMinilne the mental condition of Adcl bert I'li by ol" that vlllaue, who is on sidiicd limine by the Hardwlek author ltle. 1 nirlns tho p.it live years I'cr- b v has twice be Slate hospital for ineni. Tho second tlicrc he escaped, ii conmiitttd to t'n the Insane for IkiiI tlnie 1 10 was eonllnid Tills was in the early part id I'tfJ and he had not been from since that time until 1,-st Ileal d week. Supervisor Slei le is somewhat m doubt w'ullier, on.-iderim; that tlie ni'tn ran away fmin the hi'-tltution, he will again lie admitted as a patient. The First National lt.ink of Montpe li r b.ii declared a three per cent. m iiiI annual dildelul on its capital stock, pijnble on and after January 1 ne.t. -Mr. and Mrs. W. (i. Amhews arc vislt im; t'te mother nt Mr. Andiews in John son fur a few days. 1 1. J. M. Jones Is, In New York on i brief business trip. Mr. ami Mis. Oscar Willard ot Hieh ford, w lio have hi i u guoi-ts for several das of Mis. O. .1. tiross, relumed cs- tciiiay lo tla ir home. ii. W. Slolp of San Francisco, general agent for the National Life Insurance company, is in me nomc ouice. for a few divs. Charles YV. Adams or ll.iltimoie, Md., is isltlns W. Adams, bis rather. The gymnasium, otliec and reading loom ol the . M. i'. A. are soon to be eeiuippeil with eltctrki llgbl of 7t! can die power. 'I be lights miw in use there aic not satisfactory. I tush Ustec, wlio spent Christinas with -Mr. and Mis. J. li. listcs, his puieuls, returned yesteiday to New York. He will be jnlietl there by two sons of ieiuire tioulil nnd tlie three young men will en in 1'ini hurst, N, C, on a shoot ing Iriii. ilder s orchestra played la.-t evening fur a il.inee glvi n bv the. ladles' club rf St. Albans. This evening they will play for a danci at Swanton and on Fiiday evi ultig for a d :e given by the Clu- deiella club al St. Al'n.i-is. llaiiy W. Tf pi i n, i reeeidlv midrr wei t no operation for aopi ndieilis at Heatoii ho.s.illa;, will go tills week to New Yoik white ho bus a iiositiou as ti il eiigiin er. Mr. nnd Mrs. Aitliur A. l'eeh of l"itcli burg, .Mas-., m o' "v isitlng Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Feck-. MORETOVN. Mis. Knsa Athins was in H.uro tlie last week coining home Sunday. Mr-. W. Atkins form .'South Merrimack, X. 11., visited her nephew, K. (1. Atkins, Sunday and Monday.-Hgwat el llnylott from HurlhiKlou is home tills wed:, Mrs. Willis is with lur parents this week. Mr, and Mrs. A. tloss. Klla Somcrville is home from Montpeller this week. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Hart reeeivi d a box troiu .Mr. and Mrs, 1'rank Ingalls In eene, N. 11., Tucs- nay. .Many en m r lrienus were renicm- beiul in tills place Willi some jrift of love. The Christinas exercises at the Methodist Cliuiih Monday evening were line, consisting -of unging, Hpi-akius: and tho star tit HI. All took their parts well, e-pecially Santa Clans and lilltl Y'in.i Atkins, who spol.e and sang with Dim. He i lied the little ones stockings and the i-fUD03 closed wllli kom iiiuht sour by all the school. All praise should be ciend- ed lii Miss Mtixwi) and Mrs, Seavur Hi iiacners aim .ui-t .Maud .lolinsuu nr- ganlst. Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mrs. Frank Atkins wire in Wateibury Fri day. -Flank Johnson Is not able tn work on account of limn uess.-Mr. and Mi, Hurt Stoekwcll went to Mouliu'llcr Sul-UHkty.-Kigllteen jui'sons tool; Christ mas dinner Willi Mr, and Mrs. Hoy AlMns Monday, all o her family except ing a sl'lir in IS.irie and a In other hi Hie West. WINDSOR COUNT! SOUTH ROYALTON, Miss tlin Y , tialu lia, who is com plcllng her senior year at Y'assar Col lege, Is spending tlie holidays wlUi her parents, Mr. mid Mrs, It, 11. lialudha. Miss .losephino lirlglit spralmd her ankle Monday whllti coming from the ConKre gallonal Cliui'ch. Mrs. H. M, Sargent ami Miss Isabello Martin left mi S.iturilay for Bridgeport, Cimn., when, they will spend a couple of weeks with iclatives. Miss Mabcllo A. Martin or Wcstlleld, Mass., vlslttd Mrs. W. o, Helknnp nnd other riiends In town Thursday. A, P. Skin mr and son, l. A. Skinner, aic spend ing n few days in Jieisloii with Jir. and Mrs. William Clogslon. -Clirtmi l''land er.s ol' Arlington, Mass., visiting at it. N. Sloiighloirs. - Mi. ami .Mrs. P.iluicr nnd dnughlcr, Zoe, u' i ieil on Sat unlay Horn ilielr lioine In JonesvHIe --.Mr. and Mis. Clapp of t'llft luie, Mass,, ai.o snndlug the holidays with their daugh ter, Mrs. I" il, Hewitt, Mi. and Mrs tiiiugo Dceting or I tn i itlol il i spent Sun day wllli their son, Dr. D. H, Deeiing. Mrs. Charles Imiion nnivnl isl wi i I. In pa Christmas mill Mr t ii.iienls. Mr .did Mis S. C. Dh-w Mi- ,i c Welti n Plodding together through the und. litre, then Is the nld situation which lias been dr to mankind, oung nnd old, since the tUys of Robinson Ctitsoe a shipwreck, n tiiiinhali llfd Island. Iipfep found one slnsrlf human brltijc stifllclrnt for Ids purpose nnwadays a man and a woman aro preferred: we must have u"lovf Interest." New,York Mad and F..tpre. See 10th ami ilaughler. who are spending the win ter In Huston weie in town a few clays 1'eCeUllv In nil, ii, I II,.. .I...II. ....... I rises of the Joseph Smith moiiumini -Miss (iertiude lioodale of Sonn i v die, Mass.. arrived Saturday to spend the holidays Willi In r mother. Mis. Imogeiie i loud. lie. William I'.iimlinm of Lowell, Ma.-s., Is Rpt iiding this wnk with bis family here. (ilenn I lottlii day of Mont peller Is spcndlm.- a few days with his relatives here Miss Clara liingli.im or Salem, Mass., ai rived last Friday to spend the Christinas Miration with her patents, Mr. and Mr. J. inns niughnni. Carl Day or Huston is visiting bis gtanil niolher ami aunt for a few days. The funeral of .Mrs. Albert Saigint. who died last Wednesday morning, was In Id on Friday at ' p. in. in the CongrcKatIoii.il Church. A mail' iuui tot to furnish) d mu sic. The Hi v. S. )'. tiooilv.iii ifTii'i.tti d. The Interment was in the family lot in tile village ciimi tery. Lailia Stone of Hartford Is assisting in L. F. Terry's jewelry store' during the holidays. Christ mas exercises with distribution of gifts from tries Meio held m the Methodist Church on Satuiday evening and In the I 'ongrcKallntial Church on Monday even lug. Miss HIiiuiile Towiisend of Huston gave a pleasing elite rtainnient last week Wednesday evening hi tlie Coiigrcgatloii.il Chinch. Her readings and whistling solos being iuterspcrsui by musical seleilious by local talent. Miss Dot Hillings and mother ot Sharon weie in town to alteud the funeral of Mrs. Albert Sargent. ti. M. Thompson uf Miiiilpcller, a fornu r n slilent, who has been employed in tlie Mormon cottage, rtturntd home on Sat urday. ROYALTON. Miss Mary Avium Maaennis passed J away Friday, December 1.1. at liu.in a. in., j al'tir a II months' ill n ss wllli Hriglu's dist.ise. Hers was a life of lung and pa- ticnt sauiheo. She leaves an aged mntn ' r, a devoled slsler and mothers, one or whom It N. C. Magennis or ttui linglnu. Miss Magennis was born In Itaudolph, and was educated in tin- public s(.uius uf that place and at Mount St. Joseph's boarding school under tie ditcction of the Sistcis ot tin- Sinied Heart, Huiiiiig ton. Shu was highly glftnl, with a mind storul lull of ran; gi ms, that went tn mold and make' up a b'.iutiful character and w omaiiliood. Ill the liome life she was the pt rfect daughter and sister, sac rificing mm h that was pleasant in life in order to devote her entire service to her aged mother. In her illness she was pa tient and trusting, never onco lining faith in Him who hud sent her many crosses and trials during life that lur crown might shine more glorious when "The silver rotd was loosed, and the golden bowl was broken." OAYSVILLE. Among tliosij in town to spend Christ mas wcio .Miss Maiy Leonard of I'ctia eoolc, N. 11., Mrs. 1'red Martin ot Itnchcstcr and Miss Jessie Spauldlng of Hethtl at Mis. Charlotte Leonard's. Mr. and Mrs. Hort lioulwell and two eiiildren of Shelbiirne at her parents, Mr. nnd Mis. O. J. Tilchardsoii, Mr. and Mrs. James Italic) r of Mtnilon and Ms-s Kate 1".. Wilson of Strafford at tin ir father's, K. 11. Wilson's, Mi.-s Agnes Heap it Manchester, N. H., at S. C. Harrington's, Miss nuth Sanborn nl Itandulpli al J, 1 ' SifforiVs.-Carl! i'eiiny of Hi alib'lioro is vlsiliny his mother, Mis. Lllu Teltiiy. Mrs, i'.ubirta iSauyer) Hiinil wife of l'rcstou Hand died Saturday of peniimonia, She leaves beside her hiisliand, two grandchildren. 11 c el Hand ut .MunlpcHcr and Mitiiue li.illd. w ho is alluiiling the ltoeliesti r gmiKd school, al-u two brothers, Dr. Illlllil Sawji r of l!o-lliiil.ili , Mass., nnd Itoiiiahie Siwycr ? tills louu. She wa it winiuiii much luvd by all who kin w her. N. L. Sheldon of liuslun, Mass., united Monday ul the hnnie id his mother, .Mis. t'niuelia Slieldon-liail-soiiic Tuwne Is ill wltli typhoid levi r and Miss Horn Davis with u in - Claytnii .Mills, whu has b sp, udlng several weeks with his father, II. L. -Mills, has letunicd tn his work m lluffalo, N, V.-Wllliaui Flint and family we:it In lttsford Tliursday lo attend the funeral of Mrs. Flint's nephew, Fred Lumb.-Mrs. Knilly l'age, who broke her hip sometime ago, has been moved lo Ira Smith's, where she will be cared for, Tim Thursday evening mayor mcctimr will ho held at I). J. Itlehardson's. The Sunday schools are Invited to meet at union hall Monday evening January I for it social evening. READING. The ,'immal union Chrislmns trie exer cises ot the HaptlsL ami Fiiver.s.il.t Sunday schnols dlcw a large audience ,a Marion. House 1 in It on Saturday etenliii; The c.iniai.i ".s'aiil., ti,uis Hi lunb r.e ' WHS given by iiboui lii or nun. chiMci u find 'ylulng pioplc. who iuideii.1 thur i!llt.-4-iiely and did credit In the 'ah. but ll'iilllug of Mri. F c. .Morgan, who bad charge ul' the t n l i luinnieiit. A iuiioii "lit 1st nut- Hon lei a' held fu Hie I'lihii'snlisl Chni'iii lasl Siiuday ,iflr llotlll, llle !cv lleuiei' 1,'nlllfl'C.V., Il.ir.i"l f tile Hiipl"! I'hui'h pli.nlied He '-- The Wings of the Morning BY LOUIS TRACY Here i a storr filled with the swing of adventure. A beautiful girl and .i gallant gcntleman-who for the time i difguisetl as a wntler on board a ship in tropical seai-are shipwrecked, and of all the guest nnd crew of the ill-starred vessel they two a1on! survive. On a tieacrt island, filled with all sorts of hair-raisins dan Kers, these two fight for their live against dreadful odds, nnd incidentally, they learn together the alphabet of love. There arc no dragging interval in this vol ume; from the moment of their landing on the inland unlit the rescuing crew find them there is not a dull moment for the young pcople-nor for the leader ei. titer, for that matter. New Yuri: Times Saturday Hook Ret iew. The Wings Page for the First muii and the i;. C. II. I'Muioyer. pas tor ot tln fi 'ir.-alist I'hnrch assisted III other OMi't-j r the s-erelee Mr I.' I .Morgan pieslilnl al the urgiiii. ) iai i ii'-e Kami, ill ot Lynn. Mass.. lluruld Itandall of Ui-i l.cb linn. N. II., and Mis. til.ulys Hlildliu- '.r North Sprlngd. Id. spent t In is.tin.i-. .il ti.-car It.ind.i II ... -(iamb Clark of Ito-dou nnd Frank liark ol' Windsor Iiiiv. hi cu spending Chiist inas Willi their 'nollnr, Mr-. ii. uie CI. il k. H.iii, t -l iy lni and Winthrop Lock" of LeMiiglon. .Mass., art spend ing the holid.iys in town,-A mock trial ciiterlaniiin.'nt w.n lie Id In tovtn by Cav endish t; range, last Friday e. eiiing. 'the festival In Id for the beiielil of the 1 11' M isalisl ('H'niili on December S was w ry .successful ami a l.nge ciowd was pies ellt. A lair W is I"IiI for tile belielit ot 111" rnivcmillst liuii'ii en December and was a very peasant oceasion. -Hurl Hawkins from tin Wist is visiting Iim jiarcnts, Mr, and Mis. Carlos Hawkins. THE STORY TELLER. A N A '1 V i t A L M1STAKK. Mark I wain i lis of a buy ten years old who was pn suited by his mealier wit'i a bailie of Itible enids, gotten lip In the .-ie or Hie familiar "Authors," and liituideil' to inculcate In the klinl.r gniien mind I e? truths ot the lioud Hook. The i am- nrn ttrrangid In group.s of (he en h, with .stch liciollng.s as Moses, Joseph i nil Adam, and men uui talueil ihi u.Loiis lclatiii'.- lo soniu pulnl m' Itll'llcal iilstnry cuneernnig the character.' 'In pkiying the irame, the buy's lath r neld" thi' card Mark, nnd une r lb- ouestiuns Mas; "W'lin wroti the seeutiil bunk of lliei New Testainuit?" The buy. not being ovei'-ramlliar Willi tile lilllle, lesjtnteil II lllollli'llt, I'll 11 S.l'il, "Mail, Twaltr!" with pi omptiiess and conticlioii I KI.AU TOU HAPJULV. Juliu K' ildrnk-Hangs I nit- u sou t.ho lakes a live i utt i est -in all the, happi n iiias or th- lUy, Ho is a.-rapid reader, und somctihies, as is tin: liabil of inaiiy similarly yiitid, takes in a wind moie or le-'s he oiijple li ly, Tim other day, when Dr. llytfo's lecture on llle tiiuhi; revival w.i ' ri ported hi the inoiidng pipers, he giue evidence of tills in a (jiie-stinn in put to his rather. "Fapa." said lie, "what Is this liailic lcvival the papers ve-talking about?" "Jt is a movement, my. sou," ii-plled tho patent gravely, "tn ictne the Irish laimuage, and t'.ienliy bring tho Jrisi pcnpla every whete into a, closer onion." A KIlltKWrj HODOH. There is ti yuuiu' minister in I'hila ihlphla wl.u has bcou ruiniii kuhly sue ccs.iful in paying off the debts of the various cluiiclies to which lie has been assigned from time to lime. A brother minister, who was laboring earnestly by means of hnxais, full. and other af fairs to ic e'liiiphnli a lllto happy result at his own chtT'ii. went to him and m epiircd tin "uoiet of his success. "And I observe Hi, 1 1 ;-uii never have to resort to niv pn -i. nl methods," he concluded. The .sut.i. s-iul miu smiled, "No," he re plied. "Von see;, w lion we nnd Jill -ley . some goml siciu s urge sis a b.v.ai. Tin n I i all on c,i husbands ol' the mauled ladies of the on 'nbci -hiji and explain to litem thai in nub i to inlse a (cit.ilu sum We iie muling it mies-ary tn hold .1 I li .if. We lave ee'-ef hud lo actually hi ing the nriii.r . . rr " lil.I'LLi "1 11 iNS ui' A HACHHI.Oi:. A mail ;.-'!. Una o! being mnriicd nnd a gil I I bi mi;. Ma; lie net KublC In cliuich vvoidd br fun if it hhuekid jiuir friends lu have .vmi go. High hii.une i- slaying out of jail ror deiln;; what lauds tho low fellow there every tine . It tnkis a u'j n lung time tn learn how lo -kaii when ml have to put your mm .'loiind her to hup her from lallng on th iu -New York I'ress, Many paopjp order printinr; of us regularly BY MAIL They re ceive the same jKiinstahnif rtare and attention, and the same low prices, that are uiven those w'o call personally, If Von need htiS' ness stationery 'l V"" 'are Rom,' to (jet oiit advertising matter of any uinu, neud it to us and he asMii;ii libit it will bo well done, at a rea-onahlt; prtu:. Free Press Printing Co. I'MI llllloll. V GOOD PRINTING i of the Morning Chapters. S Regiment of Guards Despatched from St. Petersburg to Mos cow. COMMUNICATION CUT OFF .w . ( iirrcsie,iiieill nlil He Had a llorrililu Mni-y lu 'I I'll lint Was Nul Alluueil lo Trll Mnrr Vrined Itentii Hun on n l.nrgr rale I'lanueil In I'lilnniL Si. I'eti isburg. In c. '7 Then! is mi iiirthcr news lu-night. The Assnelatid SpOlld'tlt tllete sneeieib,! Si. IN lersbuikr biinaii hy I1:".0 p. m. from Moscow I 'I esS COl I I' ll gi ttmg the telephone tu- night but he li.nl only utteted tin "1 .mi golnn to tell you a hiinilile w lien lie was cut olT. Since tin n nothing has been fruiu the col lesiiniiib lit. Th" Seiniueivsky regiment of wonls story'' heaid iiiards was despatched to Mim'ijiv by tram to night. This is consider! d lather omiuuiis. PLAN BIG REVOLUTION. SiicIiiIIsIm In I'lilnml lu Fulliitv (he Mv cow rrograiniiie. St. Veti rsburg. Dee. L'T "t 1 .':; p. 1 i. Ac loidiug to Inforuiatloii reciivcd by the revolutionary ieader.s heie an armed n bi lllon mi a large scale has been planned in 1'ohiud. The socialist revolutionaries, eneourageKd by the success of the insur gents in tlie Italtle provinces and of tlie situation at Musi nvv and in Kiissia cm enilly, have decided Hint tlie moinelit lias come., to try to cast off the yoke of the autocracy. I The tactics to be followed ate the same a.s thoie adopted at .Moscow, the rising tn be preceded by a general strike which i already has practically come Into opera tion, bringing abenit half the railroads hi ; l'oinnd to a standstill, fVn open rebellion in I'oland would im mensely complicate the situation for tin government, ns, if it should gain enough headway to warrant reasoiabu hope of success. It probably would draw in the intire population and the government would practically have to rccoiiuuer the count! y.' INSURGENTS APPLY TORCH. Whole ('oiinli'.v In Untile Province l.iulileil hy lliirnliiii Urslilenees. St. I'l tersburg, .Monday. Hie. L',1. Via Kydtkulineii, Hast I'l-us-ia, Dec. -T- AV. I'. Smith, a Well-known Amerteaii .leshlent of Si, Feti isburg, who ar rived hen In-dav from r.ciim, reports that ,iiiin nriiied Insurgents from the liailic piovinees have ciopsul the rnil loail between fteillil.a and I'skoiT and that the whole coiintiy is llslitid up by llli S from bllllllllK I eslilenees. lie says that the insui'Kcnls, who are well ai-in- i(l and wim have a battery of machine guns, announce that Hiey aic "anne ing" tlie ickIoii to tlie "Lithuanian re public." ltlch landed pi'oprb'tor.s and Ibeir famille.s boarded the train at I'-kofr I with nothing Imt liaud satchels. They ilold .Mr. Smith thai they weie glatl to c-capo alive, A despatch from I'skorr, hi uoitli wcsl Uusshi, Deeemlicp said that armed Letts who ei-issrit the line of the railroad after binning and pillag ing estates, ami tearing down Images and other sacred relics In the churches, letie'iited to the eastward, anil that troop from St, l'cter.sburg worn pur suing them, Green Cut Bone For Poultry. During freezing wen I her we cut up a great many tuns uf green hone um meat. Tlicri' is untiling bellei' tor poul I ll'.v. Price Nii.ull per barrel of -nil lioilinK ul which price we prepay freights- in siliuot nn.v siaiinu, Al ihls price cash iniisi accuiiiiauy nriler. I!e mil al nnr risk hy liiock, msnl iiimiey l nrilii' oiri'ss iiiiuiey inilcr nr regis. leri'il leu,.,', i;, s. Pago, llydr Park. VI. DM NOU MOVE THE WEEK'S NEWS Wednesday, Dee. 27. Th Merelinnt' Kxtltuiigo liniik, Petiacook, N, H wiih tlexlroyitt by tire. The postolHee Hi South Unrip, Mns.8.. was hrokeii Into iintl .WJ In ciikIj and mumps stolen, Spiilteil fever tit thp Newport mivnl training MiittlotiK Is thesuhjettof it rlgltl Investlgiitltin. Printers Hint T.vpothetnetire lining up for Hie r-xpectwl Il(fht out tlio open shop it ltd eight-hour tiny, One polleeinnn wan killed ami nniillipr titaliliisl In an attempt to Mop ii light uf Itnlliins nt Turlington, Conn, Miss Josephine (titrmatiti, hnnselit'ep t for August (tros(jiniiii, tllnl at his lioine at North Wilmington, .Muss., of burnt siistiilnrtl while tllsinniitlliig n Chrlstiiias tree. Untlinwtiy, Soule k MnrrliiKton, In i'01'pornlisl boot iintl shoe- lilillMi tite't ur ers, hate mntle an nslKiinieiit. Tim concern has nn fifllee tit llostou anil u large factory In New llcdforri. Thu Htnnunt at the liabilities Is not Minted. I'or the ptrsoiit I here will not he any interfereiife by the t.'nlted Stales in the ilillleiilty trilled has. arisen in .San Mornlngi). Tin- ttoubh; Is re gartlo.j bv the state ilepni'tintiil otlkials as an Intertiul one. President Whitney has Informed the. hoard of Ulrecton. of the Hoston Chiiiii ber of t'omnieree that In- will decline tn accept a re-election as president uf tlie chamber partly for the reason that lie desires tn be free to iln any political work which he tnlglu desire lo under take. Manager Sptague of the American Bridge toinpany declares that It It through with union labor for all time. Supreme Secretary liolisoh of the Itoyal Arcanum stales that the su preme council's- legal representatives have decided lo appeal from the de cision of .Indue fJn.vnor of Nnw'York. "nn ii initially iiioiiineii uif new rates, that went into effect Oct. 1. A dynamite cartridge, which tailed to explode when Henderson's point was blown up at Portsmouth, N. II., Ias summer, was struck by tho digger of one of a dredging company's dredge i's, with thi' result thru theeraJr was nearly sunk and several member., of tin- crow slightly Injured by doing thrown against the machinery. The f'nitod Hn.tbonrd and Paper company ha? given the Trust Company of America a general mortgage ol' !J, 7,"i(i.ooii, with interesf at fi percent. Afflicted with spinal meningitis, more than a score of horses dropped in the streets of Itrooklyti antl at least half of them succumbed to tlie-disease before a veterinary could reach them. Schooner Sakntu of Piirrsburu. N. S has be;en wreckeil antl its entire crew of seven men drowned except .Mate Williams'. Tuasday, Dec. 26 The casualties at Moscow are esti mated at ."ibiiD killed and M.tion wound ed, with tin- lighting still pHifceetliig. The Inhabitants of Moscow have been forbidden to leave their dwellings af ter 7 o'clock in tlie evening. It 1 im possible to move about the city in con sequence of the frequency of stray bullets. A scarcity of provisions is thrcateucil. I'iro willed is supposed to have been caused by a ligliteil candle Igniting the Christinas decorations destroyed SI. Patrick's Itnman Catholic church nt Fairfield, Vt. The loss Is .'S'Jn.tHiO. Secretary Taft lias granted the ap plication of Lieutenant licneral Mile, retired, fur relief from further duly witii tlie organized tnilltin of Massa chusetts. Admiral Mewey's Christmas greet- ing to the officers anil niPii of the navy. bespeaking a nulled stand for the good of the country and I lie service, wa communicated to the oltlcero anil men a boa nl the vessels throughout the world wherever they could be reached by tele C'aplb Kvory union in tlie New York build ing trades, with the exception of the Housesmiths and RridgeuiHii's. has signed a trade agreement to go into eftect on .Inn. 1 next. This affects H'O, 000 skilled men. An anarchist who attempted to stab Cardinal Pages at Rarcelona commit ted suicide by taking poison soon after his arrest. Monday, Dec. 23. Hope Youngf, convicted of murder and awaiting a new trial, was sudden ly bereft of her reason in tho Dlgby, N. S Jail. Two boys were (Jro'vin d nt Webster, .Mass., while learning i use skates Klven as Christmas pncnts. A Philadelphia policeman interrupted a Socialist meeting when Ren tlanfonl called President lloo-i vcli an agent of the czar. A woman cleik in Oakland. Cal.. postofflce is alleged lo be 7i"'10 hort in her accounts. Theie Is a great Inert ae in the ex port trade of Hie Pulled Stales with China ami ,'uipnn. j Until lllackbiirn. ."i yeai.s old. uf Stiiiih tirov elaiiil, Mass,, was instantly killed by the acelibiitnl discharge ol a shotgun in the hands of her 7 year old brother. .lames K. Martin, a prominent New Yorker, was instantly killed by theover turning of an automobile A monument to Senator 'Jrorge Frisbio Hoar has been placed in the family lot at Concord, Mass Employes of Hoston and Maini rail road have endorsed the pension plan of President Tuttle. which aims to raise IHOO.ooo annually. Mrs. Hurke Roche, a New York so elety lender, estranged from her father, has left her home, Sunday, Dec, 24. An Ansonia (Conn.) girl was killed by the wrong drug In a prescription, Amesdury, Mass.. Republicans talk of sending a protest to the president on the postmantership. Increased Itoyal Arcanum rales were ilfclatvtl void in New York by .Ristkc (iayuor. Jewish societies are in seek natu ral !.at ion of 10,1 " H Hostim Hebrews. -Mormons iletlicalcil a shaft on the site of Joseph Sinilli's liliihilace in cr mnui, Chicago N m have a theatre thai will pi'oilii nly ilit works of utnicrs. .billies A,' Clink. Ilcir 10 ? I.IUMMHNI. 'las disappeared from hi lioine at 1'liHhiug, N. V. I'oleli-ll le,'llliel ale taking illll large shipments of grain A nuiiibrr of nntlliiptm n are lo be enuit inniihtled for IihtiIiir nl Annnpil int. ft....... ... . itoiiert i' iizaiininnn. who well down to defeal at the liiinds tif .lael ) Hiitn ntul in an hour was mailo lienrthrokvn old man, has received till announcement Unit his wife has M New York a in I gone with niinlliermnn. Saturday, Dec. 23. 'iiio member of Hie Melrose High land, Mass., ongregntiumtl ehut) toon uiiusuni aeiiun liy voting to luvlll it MetliodM minister to become pastol or nteir cniiriii. u i. ti.. . ... von in-,- iiiis.i, agen r,l, was sel H'ticeu at vwiicriitiry, t oim , , Imprikoiiment for (lie murder of Thonl as l.oekwood. Iliissett's Mil eonH'ss). itfcoinpiiees, I.ilwanl Leonard tirul .bi M'pli fVneskl. were olT)'i)'d an opporttl nlly lo plead guilty to inurtb'i' in Ihi second degree, but refiiseel. The iiniimil report of the street rail ways of Massachusetts to the hoard i railroad eoiiiiiilssloiiei's shows a mark Increase of business. Joseph II. t 'lioitte in all bkelidooil will be iniiued by President ltoneell as liinliinan of theAmeticatiid hgatioJ to the sccoml Hague pi n otiferenei Lero.v h. Hopkins of Si ililnle li H has brought suit lor Sln.tino ilamngrl from the Seltuate tow n council, dermis ins mime, was erase-rl liom Hie vntinJ list en nie lown nt the lust plectloil and he was tint allowed to vote. The cznr anil his cabinet reaehril mini decision regarding the electoral law, deciding against universal ami e(tial suffrage. Wllinan 1). Allard. eharsfil with Uilll Ing Thoimis .Mcriirinlek, was frutn guilty of niitrder In tlie second degreJ by il Jury at Woodstock t infuriated because lie thought liH lirother-in liiw, .lolm Trlpple, aeil 1171 t....i'..i... .i.. , .. . . . I nan sioien a nasKer en appps irnin lnii'l Michael I'ischel. TH years old nil.nkr(l .i rippie ni vv ).s nreieiu. i onti. w th nil tiNo, crushing his skull and idci -, wounds which doubtless will e'atise h I (jenj, I i-riaay, Dec. zz. I llle third death resulting from thd strike of .'ton metal polishers at tin i Welirle Stove works at Newark, (i . oc curreil when Homer I.oar was shot antl killed while engaged in a light Willi some strikers. I Tile state depat inirnt lias rrreiveil Information by cable that an attempt was made in Hogota to dispose of Picsil I dent Heyes as ,m incident to a plot fol overwriting the Colombian several I tnetif. A brief, but very livelv, southeast storm swept over New r.ngland, beiui, particularly severe op tin-coast Tie coatwi.se sailing licet went Hying ntii safe barhnrs. J lie barge Raker was b'li'hru to UiJ water's edge off Atlantic (Vy. ,N ,1 The directors of the Hell i ei -, . eumpanv of Phllndelphia dai oe. UmI to recoinmenil lei the stockdoh i s ii nie vapiiai iocu ot tile comptn v lie i,l creased from Slii.niin.iiiifi to MHi.idiii in 1 "our children, ranging m ace po, , inonins to c, years, wite res, m . ,vi lleiseimiii Mcl.ane ni a lire m a sti-u-lllli. occupied by ,'it; negro an i k Providetifc. Another move toward s.nv ng ti-e ifij in t iiarics l.. I uckci , mo coivn'ctl murderer of .Miss .Mabel Page of el ton, .Mass., has been made in thrforiiJ of a petition to tlie justices of the ,Ma suehiiMtts siipienie court for a I'elicar ing of the petition for a m w tria1 .Maunevv .Miutnow i;y, a mcmocr oil the Connecticut state liobee tc-tttieij in the murder trial of I liaiies H'.-ti that he vva sent le. inii as a 1 ov 'o:l the cxprc. purpose of u'll, i Miii . a mil l'csn.iii from tho accnei.ii.at. Thursday, Dec. 21, y a result of tin meet ng of the Co , j,, ,,,1,1,., miiv ersitv count il to ecu suletl i abolishing football, not or'v wis fout- , ball (lelinitely alioIilnd -i nuin'uaj but President Ruth" was ru n-iiirtnl- cd to take stetis to kill 'ill i no g'ate sports at the intitut'oti I he organization torineil to pu 'sel the house in New York city i w hi Theodore Roisec was born v.i i sent it to the nation completed " de tails of tlie purchase anil sci nr. 1 pn session of the property for Sr.n.iVD Reports received at St I'"-'t rs'-ut a from Moscow indicate that the gi-catl Industrial strike was successfully n an gitritted and is spreading rapidly Invent the electric light plants are tiosed. (lovetnor (lencral Moubassoff has tie tiarcd the city to be lu a partial state of siege, which gives tlie civil authori-l ties exceptional power of arrest, etc In Ills new book Dr. William Oslerl says deathbed visions are untrue. Abraham II. Hummel, the noted di-l voroe lawyer, was convicted of eon h piracy in connection with the Dodge- Morse divorce case. He was sentenced! to one years Imprisonment and a tinel of ."s-MJii. which is tlie maximum penalty for the uildciucauor of which he was I adjudged guilty. Robert Pitzsimmons collapsed at Hie Close of tlie llttli round of Ills tight with .lack O'Rrien of Pliilmh Ipliia and tlie battle was awarded totTRnon President Roosevelt has uppob led Joseph Klsdnp a a member of the istdnilan canal commission P.,hop I .if present sect eta ry of Iln canal coin, mission. Dr. J. A. Mow ie. the prop.iet of Zion City, has sailed from Hoston for Ja maica In srarch of rel and health I, filer tVritlnir. J-et your letter be written a. accu rately as you am able 1 moan with re gard to language, grammar and stop for as to the matter of it the less troll Me you give yourself the better it will lie. Letters should be easy and natural and convey to the persons to whom we send them Just what we should say tn the persons If wo were with them. I Chestertield. Rljrle or Pliyslenl Culture f McPmne (whose wife won't let dim come to breakfast unless his shoes arc polished)- I wonder if M Tandy really wants nie to be stylish or If this is only to work up an appetite to cat her bis cuits. .Success Mnittiiiie t'htll'ilV. "I looked everywhere for you at church fair hist evening" s.ial tll'dellt devotee, ''bill I didn't see yi tin nt "You forgot," she "thai I ant charity,' ItllsVV ClVll ' judge sweetly, Never let a in, in lungiuc il" ho cat pursue a go id i'lii! by ov i means I hr evil efl'i'it oil IllU'.'.elf Is reiiiili -Soul hey.