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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906.
Mne Spears wits the guest of Knoshtirgh Falls, friends it few days Inst week, Mrs. Qoodhuo imtl children nnrl Mrs. Arms of Hlghgntc vlslteel at tho home or L. R. Bates a row tlii.i last week. Mrs. .Amir Clleiiix and children visited tela t'ves in fumbi-ldgo over Sunday. Mrc. Ripley Mason, who lias been passing tho witter Jit the homo of her brother, K. .1. I 'helps, returned to hr home In Oorglu at week. Miss Bessie Hick ford visited I anklln recently the guest of Mrs. Dan ll.ilc The ladles' Auxiliary of I llif IikiiIo wdl meet with Mrs. C. K. Monro In Hint place Thursday afternoon. Lenten scr ies will he held nt thn church nt five .11 lock. Tim Hlghgate Whist club will meet with Mr. and Mrs. William Austin it Hlghgute Cloio Wednesday evening. BAKERSFIELD. Mr. and Mrs. W. I.. Tillotson, Jr., have moved to Sheldon, where Mr. Tlllotsrai has u position.- Hrlghnm Academy closed I'liduy of last week for a recess of one week. The out of town teachers have none to their various homes. Leo, the 10 yenr-old son of Mr. and Mrs. K, II. Marretle, died Wednesday evening, March 21. A special town meeting lias hem called for Saturday, Maich "1, to vote oti the question of guiding the town chools. Miss IMa. Cowan was the guest if Miss Donna 1'lerco of Watcivllle last week. FRANKLIN. The Hev. O. n. Wells Is In Murctown f .i a few class attending a wedding and . 11 lis upon trteiids. Mrs. Kmmii Bell re- irned from Burlington Saturday. The Hi n. IMwIii It. Hell passed his Soth blilh- 11 Saturday, Mai ch 21. He received calls f'- i in several of his friends, also rccelvid ifveral letters from ti lends out of town. Mr, Hell has been a prominent man in own and always has a deep Interest In 'he welfare of Ills friends. He has been confined to his homo most of the time for Feveial mouths and at times a Bleat iffej'er, but without complaining. -K. I!. Hard of New Vork is in town for a lew diijs., making arrangements for 'wilding his house. D. K. Kvnn.x has Mu lshed clerking for 1 L. llopl;lns. C. W. Morgan and daughter, Mabel, aie visit ing fi lends in Springfield and Brandon. Tho Orange will hereafter hold their meetings in the town hall. HILL WEST. William Rous" or 1'awtuckct, R. T Is In town -Mrs. Riirton. Jmvntl and Dazcl mgraw au confined to the house, with i mumps, liforge Ronso lr sick with i . imonl.i and Walter Murway is liin 1 g the eiea.iiery for hint. ("ail, Riishfnrd Is working for S. D. .Inwett. Mr. and Mrs A Rushford spent Sunday at the home i II. H. Rushford.-Mrs. K. R. Rushfoid i it home for a few weeks. MONTGOMERY CENTER. l.eon Duso and wife are lejolcing over tin birth of ,i daughter as is also Mr. anil Mm Charles Olvatd over the birth if a sen. A son was also recently born tn Mr. and Mrs. Kdwurd Duso Rawson ll.ule, who has been very sick with pneu monia at tho homo of .Inel Lamorc, is .-nine better Mr. Rouse of tho Crystal Kails creamery on West Hill is danger ously sick with pneumonia. His father Irom Piiwlncket, R. 1., Is at his home. r. I. Maroin of tne Franklin county creamery was In town on business this week. The Rev. J. II. I.eRoy whs In West Berkshire the first of the week. H. U. Ohnstead anil wife trom Lust Franklin was In town visiting their daugh ter, Mrs. K. S. Wright, Satuiday and Sunday Inst H. IT. Clapp was in St. Albans this week on business in connec tion with tho guardianship of Mrs. Mary Mason. SWANTON CENTRE. Fred N. nazard, formerly of this place, tint now of Boston, has been 111 with ineaslea complicated with grip. It Is ic ported that Mrs. Lena Brill Graves, for merly of this place. Is 111 with pneumonia in St. Albans. Mrs. W. It. Stockmon Is lecovering from an attack of heart fail ure. SWANTON. The annual meeting of the Svvanton Fulls union school district was held Tues day evening in Academy hull. At 7:30 o'clock the meeting was called to oider by tho moderator, R. O. Sturtevant, and the warning for the meeting was read by tho clerk. P.. O, Sturtevant was re elected moderator, and S. II. Martin clerk for the etisuing year. Dr. P. H. Dunbar was elected as a member of the pruden tial committee for a three yeais' term to take the place of C. C. Fletcher, whose term of olllce enplred this year. Tho pru dential committee Is now made up as fol lows: J. F, Piorce for one year; A. II, Anderson for two years; F. II. Dunbar lor three yoars. Thero was a contest over the offlcc of treasurer which resulted in the election of B. B. Wake, who has been treasurer for the past three years. Har vey Phelps wa re-elected to the otlieu of collector, and the old board of auditors, composed of M. W. Batney, R. O. Stur tevant, and C, M. Wend, was ie-elected. A tax of 70 cents on the dollar of the g.and list was voted, (W cents to bo used for curient expenses, and 10 cents to apply on the indebtedness of the district. The meeting adopted a resolution in Hrueting the prudential committee to con fer with tho town school board In the matter of selling or disposing of the school house on the wast side of tho rlver, and If possible to arrive at a set tlement, wnoreby tho proceeds of the same could be divided between the town and the union district, and to report at a special meeting to be hld soon, their action on the same. The prudential com mltteH was instructed to make an at tempt to procure legislation necessary tn change the date of the annual meeting to some time after the closing of school in tho smnmer. WEST BERKSHIRE. . MWs Myrtle Mosler Is home from Mid dlebury Collegn for a short vacation. Mrs, Levi Nichols of Huhbaidstoii, Mass., ,s isltuig her sister, Mrs. 1,. .1. Squires. ii. l .lolley went to Gardner, .Mass., Fri day with I.. W. Howe, whoe guest hn will be for a few days and will go to Moslem and Lowell, Mass., also Manches ter, N. H. Mrs. C. XV. Searles Is pass- ng the week at the home of her son in Abbotts Corner. Que. Miss Myrtle Mosler oi Mlddlebury Col. lei; Is homo for tho I'aster recess fj. c, J illey went to C.arilncr, Mass., Friday w til I.i. W. Howe, whoso guest he will be for several days, lie will also go to Huston and on his return homo will visit cousins In Lowell, Mass., and Manches ter N, II Miss Mary Jano Armstrong Is ill with tho mumps. Miss Allen Merrill uf Kast Fnlrlleld Is visiting her .sister, Mrs (' A. Hull Mis. Levi Nichols of I Itihhardstmi, Muss., Is at the homo -of her sister, Mrs. I.. J, Squired. Mrs. (!, v, Sear'es Is passing a week at the homo of her son, N. Davis, in Abbotts Corner, Que. Mrs, John Realty of Rlehford was In town Sunday. C. A. Hull announces his candidacy for State's attorney, EAST FAIRFIELD. The Woman's Auxiliary as well as every member of the Episcopal Church hi this little village wish to express their thanks through th Free Press to thn (ilium's Auxiliary of llakerslleld fnr the elegant communion set presented to this mission January 1, lt"j. Tho design Is a beautiful one. selected by Rlshop Hall and tho church ptopln of this mission are deeply appriehitlvo of the kindness of tho faithful women of the Guild In llnkerslleld, Mrs. Henry hjnn and son, Charles, of Illghgnlo are guests for u few days of Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Pomerny. Mata Klttcll Is entertaining her cousin, Miss KIttell, of Sheldon this week Kzr.i Stlrges gave a birthday party In honor of his 7.1nl birthday nt hl shop Sat unlay evening, March 'Jt. New sugar was served. Mrs. Silali Wanzer's Iioum caught tire In the roof Sunday morning, but the lire was Immediately extinguish ed by the prompt action of the men who used file extlngulsheiB and there were no serious results, Horace French, who has been 111 with a sovero cold, Is again ablo lo bo out of doors. HlfJHQATE CENTRE. The Woman'a Auxiliary of St. John's Church will meet Thursday afternoon, Murch 2i, with Mis. K, 8. Moore. Miss Mary Sewaid of Rlchfoid Is In town visit ing her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. A, t), Seward.-Sirs. I). W. Steele and daugh ters, Wllma and lMt, returned from St. Albans Monday, where they had been visiting relatives. Charles l.yon Is spending the week In Fast Falrtleld at the home of A. .1. Ponieioy. Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. lluntei, who have been visiting at the. homo of J. !. Patterson, havo re turned to their homo In Frelelglisburg, P. Dr. C. Ii. Allen of Hwnntnii was In town Monday ufteiiioon. Qeorgc Kidder of Sw.intnn was In town over Sunda, visiting nt the home of C. R. Lyon. Dr. 1). O. Powers was In Franklin Sun day, called there by tho serious Illness of his mother. Mis. K. .1. Powers. H. K. Sloan of Franklin was In town Monday. Mrs. II. ,1. Lon left Monday , evening for Kverctt, Mass., called there by the illness of Mis. Fred M. Wiight.-Mrs. Olive Itliigliam has sold her house on Franklin direct to J .null J. Raymond; conslilerniliin t'M. Immediate possession given.- Mrs. F. H. Cross of Swnnton was In town Fndny visiting her mother, Mrs. Helen Cutler. RICHFORD. L. '.. Wondworth of Knowllon, P. Q., visited over Sunday at this home of his son, W S. Woodwortli. At tho bowling ma tcli Saturday night between a team from Newpnit and min from this place mi the Woodwortli alleys Newpnit wen by r.l pins In n tbree-stiing total. Mrs n.inas Hmitri and daughter, l.alita, of Sheldon are visting for s-everai clays at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. A. Hen ill ix. Miss Lou Whitney has second em ployiucnt In the milling store of Mrs L. A. Knight and commenced upon her duties Monday. George Sherrer and sou Joe, ol Lyndonville visited friends In town over Sunday. Call Colcnnl of St, Albans visited at the homo of his par cuts. Mr. and Mis. Jay Colcord, Men day. Mnynr Wheeler of St. Albans was In town Monday. The high and graded school closed Friday for a two weeks vacation. ST. ALBANS. The death of Mr. John Sheehan or curreit Sunday morning at her homo on Ivdwaids street, after a brief illness with pneumonia. Mrs. Sheehan survived her husband but two weeks, his funeral hav ing been held two weeks ago Monday. Mrs Sheehan Is survived by six clnldien, four s-ons, Daniel, John, F.dwnrd and Charles, and two ilaiiKhters, Mis. William Shannon iind Sirs. T. Holland. The funeral was held Irom Si. Mary's church at nine o clock on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Kllzabcth (Callun) Ward, wife of Richard Ward, died of pneumonia at her homo on Kingman street Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, after au Illness of but nlno days. Mm. Ward was In her 61st year, having been born In Ruiilngton February 2.1. 1SW, tho daughter of Machael and .Mary Ann (Klloy) C.illan. Him l survived by a husband, two daughters, Misses Jlury M. and Louise K. Wind: also by two brothers. James Callan of Windsor and John Callan of Falrtleld and thiee sisters, Mrs. Michael Crouin of Ros ton, .Mrs. James Rooney of Fairfield and Mrs. Marcaret Sullivan of Pueblo, Colo. Mrs. Ward was well and favorably known to many people, she having conducted tho depot restaurant In this city for sev eral ycats. after which she ran a res taurant on Kingman street. She was t woman of excellent character, a kind and indulgent mother and a warm friend. The, funornl will be held from St. Mary's Chinch at nine o'clock on Thursday morn ing. GRAND ISLE COUNTY. SOUTH HERO. Mr. Weed, manager of the Central Tele pnouo line, nas put new phones In tho nouses or H. W. Conio, Mrs. Snvdor, A, If. Wilder and tho Rev. Mr, White. Mrs! Laira Allen has returned from Boston, nnere sue nas neon visiting her daugh. ter, Lucy, who is there attending college. uewes cjameron is moving Into Mrs. iviMile Alien s tenement house. Winslow White has Kone to his 110111" In Chester jor a lew uavs' vacation.-. Miss Laura Kinney lias gone to the Mary Fletcher Hospital lor treatment. ALBURGH CENTRE. Irving Duba, who has a position In Ogdenshurg, spent Sunday with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rama Duba,- Mlss Mildred Mi Eiroy Is visiting friends In P.urlliigton, Mr. and Mrs, Merton Hyde leii town last Wednesday for Los Angeles Cal,, wheio they wdl reside In the fu tare, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus ISnudiciu are visiting friends In ChtunpUIn, Fuller Car penter spent Sunday in town. Ilraman Rockwell of Ruiilngton U visiting friends at thn center. Swift Gordon, who has been quite serlourly 111, Is slow recovering. ISLE LA MOTTE. Mr. and Mrs. Sberrill Martin of Swan Inn were visitors In town last week. Mrs. John II. Doolln, who has been setl- ously ill, Is Improving. ufurgu King is home 110111 ntirllngtou high .school tor JJaster vacation: also .Miss Dorothy Hill and Klmer Pike. Herbert Houghton Is homo sick with chicken pox. As Pehaii P.no, wllh his daughter, returned from Rouses Point on Urn Ice Saturday it broke and all went in, He succeeded In sav ing the girl, but lost the hoie and cut ter. Tho last ipiaiterly ronlereiice of the Methodist Kplseopal Church was held Satuiday night, Tho fallowing olllcers were elected: Stew.ilds, II, , t Jill. W. F. Hill, S. S. Pike. J. K. Doolln, (lecord- ing), Mrs. II. G. Holcombe, (district), Mrs a, J. Thomas, Mrs. D. T, Tiombly; llnauclal agents, W. F. 1 1 1 1 1 anil 13. S. FJeury; treasurer, Mrs. II. G. Holcombe. GRAND ISLE. Allen Gage's new liouso uoar the Sam- som creamery is neaiing completion. K. W. G011I011 Is tho builder. The Uidles' Aid meets Thursday, March ', with Mrs, P. S. Gordon. Miss Richmond, teacher of the Grand Isle high school, has return ed and resumed her position as teacher, The last whlet party was entertained thn evening of March SI by S, 8, Griswold. On account of the stormy weather only 1 few wero present. Tho prayer meeting it I Iowa Gage's was fairly well attended considering tho Inclemency of the weath- 1 r T'ie Cemetery society give their en leiialliineiit, "Parson Poois's Donation and a Cup of Coffee," Friday evening, After Careful Deliberation what Is your verdlct7 If In favor of BDRLISGTON ANIMAL FERTILIZERS you have made no mistake. Wo can nil you orders promptly with IiIkIi grade goods, mnde from Anlmnl Hint, ter mixed with pntnKli, which makes a complete mid nrtcr fnlllng Krrllllxer for till crop. Resides our Animal Brand wn manufacture a Fine ri rou nil llnue. which Is unequaled for seeding down, also shrubs Hint fruit tree. For a top dressing our Fine Uround Tnnkaarr can't be buat AVIicn you can buy a bang-up good Fertilizer that Is mnde light here In Vermont, why place your order else where. BURLINGTON RENDERING CO. Office and Factory, North Ave., II! III.I.NOTOX, VKtlMOIVT. WHAT DO YOU SAY MR. FARMER March 31, In the. high school building. People aro still crossing on the Ice. Mrs. S. W. lloag was called to South Hero March 27 by thn death of Mrs. Sarah Phelps, wife of Samuel Plielps.. Mr. Pholps died only a few weeks ago. The Methodist Church loses one of Its most, devoted member.1. LAMOILLE COUNT! MORRISVILLE. C. F. Smith, W. G. Russell and A. O. Small havo been appointed 11s the new board, of license commissioners for Mor listown by Assistant Judges II. C. Paiker ami A. N. Hoynton. The two gentlemen last named take tho places of J. M. Kcl Icy and W. G. McClintoek of last year's boaid. who leslgned, Mr. Smith remaining u member. The teachers fnr the .spring term in the district schools in town have been engaged as follows: No. 'J, Miss Win nie Tyndall; No. :!, Miss Blanche Stew art; No. 4, Miss Helen Russell: No. 5, Miss Florence Chaffee; No. , .Miss Win nie Townc; No. 7, Miss Grace Rodcll; No. f, Miss Faith Delano; No. 10, 1ni Gould; No. 1,1, Miss Ada Taylor; No. I."., .Miss Carroll Tyndall; No. 10, Miss ICatherlne Tyndall; No. 19, Miss Viola Perry. Tho term will open Monday, April IB. The Rev. P. A. Smith has beep reappointed superintendent of .schools by tho directors, who havo also appointed truant officers as fol lows: Nos. 1, 6 and 7, George Towne; No. 3, 13. K. Seaver; No. L Herbert Kceler; No. I, Fred Small; No. 5, C. F. Smith; No. n, Milo Gallup; No. IP, H. S. Matthews: No. 1.1, Klmer Ryder; No. 15, Jay Sherwood; No. 1, Alfred Dodgu; No. IP, G, C. Martini. JOHNSON C. II. Steams and wife are In Uostou for a few days. F. A. Leland spent Sun day with his family here. Abble Morgan is visiting her hi other In Littleton, N. J I. Frank Pennock has moved irom the Margett house into Mrs. May Morgan's houso on Railroad Mreet. R. B. Biuilley has commenced repairs on his newly ae ciulred house near the station. Mrs. R. M. Waterbury is visiting her sister In Bos ton for a few weeks. Johnson Grange In itialed fix nt the special meeting last week and served refreshments to 50. Wll Ham Jones of Worcester, Mnss., made his aged parents 11 shnit visit last w'eek, re turning Monday. George Kurnham and family of Brandon visited at C. P. Jones's last week. Arthur Bollard spent Sundny In St. Albans. The condition of the little son of R. II. Powers, while- very critical, is no woise and slight hopes are enter tained of his recovery William Patten. who Una been spending snnio time In North Dakota returned homo last Saturday. HYDE PARK. Miss A. Dorcas Sawyer spent Sunday witli Miss Sara Chapin at her home in Kssex. . Miss Hnttlo ' Pratt of Pagcs's office spent Sunday at her home In Stowe. A. L. Goddard and son C. C. Goddard spent Sunday at Dr. A. SI. Goddard's In Albany. Hydo Park Camp, No. Kin, M. y, ,v.. will adopt a class of six Tuesday evening! Refreshments will be served. Mrs. R. W. Hiilburd went to St. Johns bury Satuiday evening to care for her daughter, Agnes, who Is 111 with the measles at that place. CAMBRIDGE. Kit Aichambault was in Underbill Cni- tre Sunday. Henry Voting and family visited in Sheldon over Sundav. Ml Helen and Miss Lillian Cobb of Burling ton aie guests of Myrtle Wallace this week. The Home Circle will meet at Fart Priors Tuesday and the W. II. M. S. aro Invited irom the Uoro. It being Mrs. Staggles' birthday the II. c, Invft Tues day instead of Thursday as they usually do. Thero was extra preaching service at the Congregational Church last Sunday evening by Rev. Van Huagen and special niusic by the choii. Rev. Van Huagen deserves credit for bis efforts In extra preaching Sunday evening and the choir improvement under his directorship. Thero were Catholic services In Cambridge. Sunday morning-. The W. II. M. S. hold their fair at the American Ilou&e hall Thursday and Friday of this week. The proceeds nre for the benelit of tho Cciigre Rational Church tcpair limit. NORTH WOLCOTT. A donation was tendeted the Rev. and Mrs. W. U. Atkinson on Tuesday even Ing at North Wolcott. Over 09 were pies ent. Refreshments were served. .Music, games and singing enlivened tho occasion. A most enjoyable evening was spent and a handsome bum of money was realized. JEFFERSONVnLE Mrs. Alice Ballard is spending a week with her father, D. C. Griswold. Mrs. George Holmes, accompanied bv Miss Hazel Tuekei, spent several clnys In Bur llnglon tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Vanillin took a trip to Boston the past week. The I unci al of Miss Sarah Ann Read was held at the Second Congrega tlonal Church last Saturday. The Rev. Hdwln Wheclnck of Cambridge, assisted by the Rev. II. C. Howard of this placo olllciated. The burial was In tho family lot at Cambridge. Those from out of town In attendance worn Mr. and Mrs, Lucius B. Carletou of Wutcrtord, N. Y Mrs. Annie Southaid, Mrs. Hollo South ard and Arthur Southaid of Fairfax, Leslie) Dickinson from ..laHfachu.setts re- eutly visited his father, R. 13. Dickinson, who Is In poor health, -Mrs. Abhle W. Hodges, who spent two weeks' vacation hem, has returned to her employment In incaster, N. II. Cora Pagu is visiting her sister In Kssex. The Rev. and Mrs. Shaver have returned from Boston. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Arthur H. Wood March 22.-Mrs. Charlotte Buker is it North Cambridge carina- for ber moth er. Mrs. Eliza Melendy, who Id quits sick. Mr. and Mrs. George Burnham and daughter of Dranrion are visiting relatives here. Kly Burnham recently visited in ali-fax. SOUTH CAMBRIDGE. Mr. anil ..it's, Darwin Gallup of FianU- lln wero recently guests at Orlando Holmes. erne Powell of Berksliiio vis ited In this place over Sunday Bert Rey nolds Is moving to the village. Cyrus I'lood has taken possession of the farm known nn tho B.illey farm which ho pur chased of Chester Melcndy. -Georgu Gris wold has purchased tho farm of R. S. Fuller known ns tho Gallup farm. WOLCOTT. Miss Agnes Duiul of Greensboro Rend has been visiting her friend, Miss Georgia Barter, for the past week. Mrs. O. I. Rarnarel of Underbill is vlstlng ber daugh ter, Mrs. Frank Llntner. on town hlll.- Mlss Ethel Taylor of Nmth Wolcott Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Adella Davis. Amos Goodwin h is finished work for George Gould In Klmnre. where he. has been working for the. past year, and has begun work for C111I Jones. Hurley Camp 01 j.imoro oegins wont for John Seolt April 1. .Morris Keller of Monlsvlllo was in town- Saturday visiting friends Mr Hattlo Walle of Harro Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Angle Jones. Tho re mains of William Sheldon of Barton i-anding were brought here Saturday for burial. The season soeiahle and sunner given by the' L. S. I'. at Scott's last Fri day night was largely attended, nearly a Hundred being piesent. Mrs. S. A. Fife went to Boston Ust Satuiday. Mrs. Fife went to Join her Wednesday, where thov will visit relatives and buy their spring goods nefore they return. Miss FJda Ivnlght returned bonin from Marv Fletch cr hospital Satlird.iv evening. Benjamin Jiurvoy came home from Bethel last Sat urday, where he lias been working for thn past few week-. Mrs. M. Consult Is quite ill. Frmer and Mildred Thomas of Hardwick visited their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Ellas AHice, Monday. Byron White, who Is attending the medical col lego at Burlington, Is spending a few days at tho homo of his father, George White. Miss Belle Downing, who has been working for Mis. Gordon Austin nt Morristown four corners for tho past four months, has (unshed work there and returned home Mr-. George King and daughter, Ethel, are visiting friends and relatives In Morrisvllle ami Hydo Park this week. M. J. Leach was a business caller In Morrisvllle Tuesday. -Mrs. K. P. Fnlrman visited at M. Conant's Tuesday. WATERVILLE. Mrs. George Mann is on the sick list. Ernest Manchestci Is very sick with pneu monia. Glen Stone of Ed. 11 was In town several days nisi wi k. Philander Weth erell Is visiting friends in Camhiidge this week. Mrs. N. R. Leach is very sick at tho present time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paiker of Milton vl.-ited friends In town last week. Mrs. Alma P. ildwlu of Bur llngton visited friends in town several days last week. Merton Miller moved from Stowe 011 Monday and will work for Mr. I.araway .Mr. and Mrs, Nathan I.cach of Stowo visited relatives in town last week. Alford Baker of Jefi'orsonvllle visited his mother. Mrs. Hany Buker several days last week. Leslie Wcthcr ell has moved into Mr. Larawuy's tene ment 011 Main sliest, opposite Gcoie Mann's. Peter llussill and son, Arthur left for Worcester, Mass., on Monday where he expects woil; for the season. STOWE. At the regular meeting of MaiiS' Held Mt. Grange, No. TA, March 31, the third and fourth degrees will be worked on a class of young people followed by tho usual feast. The following programme will be glvtn: Music, grange choir, read ing by B. A. Mills; song, Ida Benson; paper by Mrs. v. Alser; discussion, "Do Parents Hi lug Up Thoir Children to be Sclf-Supportlng and Make Good Men and Women," opened by Fred Campbell mandolin solo, Miss Marjone Watts. The Grange is in a flourishing condition with new regalia, good attendance and new members joining the ranks frequently. Mr.'. J. c. Morgan, who has been seri ously ill, Is impi living. Farmeis nro tap ping their sugar places and sap is running well. The Ladies' Reading club met with Mrs. C. L. McMahon 011 Monday afternoon and finished the study or China. The next meeting will be at Mis. Kimball's on -Monday afternoon, April S. The Cemetery association will meet with Mis. F. S. Boardman on Tuesday afternoon, April 3. A lurge attendance Is reepiested as It is desired to outline the work for the coming season. -Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Burt and Miss Rebecca Burt returned on Monday fioni a visit to Boston. Mr, and Mis. C. A. Riley visited MorrNville on Wednes day. The high school sophomores gave an enjoyable entertainment on Tuesday evening. A musical and llttraiy pro gramme was carried out which Included an amusing farce. Gaines were played and refreshments weie served, Tho mem bers of the Owl ciuh were entei tallied by Miss Ollio Miiy on Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday of her niece, Miss Barbara Burt. Tho entertainment to be ghen by tho high school seniois 011 Friday evening promises to be an enjoyable af fair, The drama "Dot, tho Miner's Daughter," will bo pieseiiled and a musi cal programme by the school orchestra will bo carried out, At Unity Church the Rev. 13. M. II. Abbott, pastor, will ptcaeh Sunday morning, subject of sermon "The Excelling Gift." Young People's irator nlty meeting at 7 p. m. Special service with sermon hy the pastor, The Blblo rlass for study will meet with the pastor next Thin sdy evening. Tho subject of tho sei inon at the Young People's frater nity next Sunday evening will be "Loy alty." Thn sermon will give a brief ex position of tho Fnlversallst and Unitarian faiths with their differences at starting. LICENSES FOR AMERICANS. Can't 'I'm ele or Flub lo Pmtlncp of (turbec liitliiMit I'nylue 11 Good Slim. Washington, March SS. Gen. w. W. Henty, consul-general of the United stales at Quebec, has reported to tho state de partment that the Legislature of the prov ince which closed Its sessions on March 10, ptiised a law taxing non-residents who denlre to canvass for trade or fish In Que bec, The compieicial traveler dealing with the wholesale trade only will pay a fee of VA semi-annually, with retail trade. 100, with the consumer J100, and non-resl-dent brokers, 500. The fee for a license to a non-resident to fish will not exceejl 123 and Is to be llxeel by the minister. The fee for hunting moose, eleer and caribou will be llxed by the lleutcnuntigovernor In council. IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand LJoston, March 28. There Is no clinngo to not In tlio mnrkot for but ter, thn demand having been hteady, wllh only h fair supply of tha better grades. Northern croatnery, L'j western creamery, 2&t&25t&c; dairy, 20 Cheese lias been firmer, though prices ale nut ejuotably higher. Stocks arc being steadily reduced. York itat, 14 WV.ic; Vermont twins, 13V,14e. Notwithstanding the continued cold weather, the egg market Is easier, and prices have been reduced on all grades. Choice nearby tind hennery, y 0521 c, eastern, llMOi-; western, ItirtflSc. The weather Las been too cold for much activity In fruits aud vegetables. The demand has only been fair. Most of the changes In prices have been to ward a lower level, but ns goods are apt to be affected by cold weather ns much as by heat, retailers have shown a disposition to go slow on purchases. There has been n fairly good move ment of apples, with prices well sus tained on all kinds. Receipts are lessening all the time, and fancy Raid wins are scarce. Strawberries ar get ting more plenty oil the time and the demand is Increasing as they grow cheaper. Potatoes are firm, but they have been plenty and dull. Kwerts nre steady. Old cabbages aro gradually worklug out of slock und the remaining lots are held pretty high. Cucumbers have lintl n rather sharp drop under In cieiiseil receipts. String beans and tomatoes ate in better supply and cheaper. Celery Is very (Inn. with of ferings light. Spinach, beet greens and dandelions nre off a little, bill kale Is a shade higher. Supplies of domestic onions nre much In excess of the de mand and Iliey have to so nt very loir price, Cauliflowers and aparagus nre II mi, but rhubarb Is somewhat easier. Hunch beds have stliTrneil up n. little. Turnips are steady. Apples Baldwins, fancy. ?4..VK7.t.7." a barrel: No. 1. .51WI.25; No, 2. ?:!.2:, .'i.SO; russets. No. 1, Roxbury. y.l.OO'fi-t ; No. S.'!Ti.'i.."0; greenings. $! MM ,.-.); Tolmnii sweets, :',.:,(): Ren Duvis, $4 Sj-4.."0: northern spies. .?ltvi."i. Strawberries Florida choice. 2.V?i .10c a quart: ordinary. 2!)c Potatoes Aroostook Green moun tains, ti.V?jii"o a bushel: hebrnns. fifVef (i2e; rose, choice. r.Vu'.-7e; ordinary, HO (f2c: Dakota reds, oO'crr.'-'c; l'rini'e Ed ward Island reds, ."iOo; chenangoes, l.'ic; sweets, Jersey double heads, .f 1.7.1 2.2." a barrel; Vlnelands, 52.."Oii".: lias. kcK ft0Cf;$l. Reans Southern string beans. 54 ,S0 GiTi a crate: butter beans. J.Vfi'f! a crate. Cabbages New southern, ?:t a orate; old drumhead, 52.7." a barrel: savoy, $2 a barrel; red. $1.2." a box. Celery P.oston market, .y- a dozen bunches: California. ?2.2.VS2.."0 a doz en bunches. Cucumbers Hothouse. No. 1. Ji'.'ejT a box; No. 2. $3M..'0 a box. Greens Spinach southern. Sl.fiOW 1.7f a barrel: liothote beet greens, G5 t3J7fc a bushel: hothouse1, dandelions, 51.25 11 bushel; kale, Slfif 1.2."i n barrel. Lettuce, etc Lettuce, 2."fio0c a dozen heads; romaine, 7fc a dozen heads; parsley, $1.25l.r0 .1 bushel; mint, 60c a dozen bunches; watercress, 50c a dozen bunches. Onions Domestic, 40JiS0c a bushel; Spanish, .f.'Vgori a crate; Cuban, ?4 a crate: leeks, 75c a dozen bunches. Squashes Western Hubbard, $50 a ton. Tomatoes Natire hothouse, 3040c a pound: southern, ?l'?4.f)0 a crate. Turnips Yellow, 00c a barrel; French white, $l.7fi(32 a bag; white egg and purple tops, 50'eJ7nc a bushel. Miscellaneous Carrots, 75c a bush el: parsnips, 7.ric(Ti?l a bushel: radishes, Sl..r0 a box: beets. HOK75C a bustle.; new bunch tioets, $1.50 a dozen bunch es; peppers, f2.50 a crate; eggplants, $2.75Qn a crate; oyster plants, 75e a dozen bunches; okra, $2.25 a crate; brussels sprouts, 25c a quart; mush rooms, $25!:? a basket: artichokes, $1.50 a bushel: hothouse rhubarb, fi7e a pound: California cauliflowers, $4 4.50 a crate: California asparagus, JB 7 a dozen bunches. There is no change In the market for pork provisions, though the quota tions are very firmly held. Fresh beef is fairly tirm. though trade is rather quiet. Extra heavy sides, "VcISc; good, (irt-4a,7 l-4c; light. CQti l-4c: heavy hinds. OViifglO 1-4c; good. OSlOc; light. 712'j8!'3c: heavy fores, oVi'friS-tc; good, 4 3AaJc; llgUt, 44c. Lambs have been very steady, prices being unchanged; muttons and year lings are quiet; veals are firm; spring lambs, OtfilOc: fall lambs. S9c; year lings, 7tft.Sc: muttons, 7tfiSc: veals, 11 (a 124c. Poultry Is quiet, but steady, with a short supply of fresh western fowls, and higher prices for chole-e lots. Western turkeys, lStt'Oc; large north ern chickens, lSW20c; medium, HfVTlGc; large western chickens, 1 Keltic; me dlum, 12iyi4c; northern fowls, 15c; western fowls, 1 l(e 15c; western capons, ttifflSe: northern capons, 2(Xrt22c. There Is a moderate demand for hay at steady prices; straw Is quiet, but .1 little firmer: mlllferd Is very firm, with it good demand. Hay, No I, $ltl..riXci 17.50; low grades, $l.T50if.iri: rye straw, prime, '.V(iU oat straw, Jjifj) 0.50. The wheat market has been very Ir regular, It would seem that the liqui dation Is not yet completed, as some hare claimed, and In fact, It Is now said that there Is a large line of May wheat held In Wall street, which shows a big loss. It Is not unlikely that these holdings will come out un less there Is a sharp advance In prices,' or the market breaks badly. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. Quotation In .N'cit Vork, notion and Chicago Market. New Vork, March 28. WHEAT rtecelptu, SO.OOO bu; export!. 9S,$.' bu; sales, .I.SOO.OOO hu. futures; ISS.eW bu. jpot; spot 'easy. The tendency of wheal to-day if fleeted bearish home and foreign news. May declined under Sj cents caching slop loss orders and tho genet nl dose was ii'V lower. May ciosd Ste; Inly closed Ml'-e. Sept. closed ij ji.Rc, CORN-Receipts, H".U bu; exports, :t,- 'Jfi hu; sales, mi.noo bu, futurosj til.UOO bu, spot; spot firm. Option market showed Independent strength In re.iponso to light offerings, bull support and active, cover- lllir. H ringed ItWt'.r lint lilvlier. Mo., closed 50',c; July closed fiOc: Hept. closed tilWic; line, closed 60a. OAIS-Recclptd, 43,500 bu; export?, 50,- mi spot sloadv. COFI'B-fpot ltlo easy; No. 7 In voice, RUfSHe, mild steady; Cordova, 10tf 13c, Thn market tnr enffen futures mwiwil steady it unchanged prices to 11 decline. 01 uve points 111 linn with lower lOuiopeun markets, Trading was very quint at llrst and tlio market showed little fhurtttn until after midday whun prices sold off another nve points under Kurnpean offerings. Just before the close, however, there wa.s sup port from local importers and the mar ket was finally steady, net unchanged tn flvn points lower. Sales were reported of .12.250 bngs, Including April, JCC0; May, 40.70; July, JC.W; Sept,, 17.03; Oct., $7.20; Nov., $7.30; Dec,, $7.3097.r3; Jan., W.40. SUGAR Haw nominal; fair refining, 3S3 I-I60 : centrifugal. 9fi (est. 3i;.i n-r;?r.. molasses sugar, 2132 13-lCo; rellned was quiet. hoston prtoDucn markrt. Uoston, March Fl.Ot'Tt-ftarcly steady to-day. Mill shipment, spring pitents, $or?M.S0; win ter patents, $4.20WI.i0; trade committee, spring patents, $4.40fi4.M: clears, J.LMffi 4.00; winter patents. $4.2VS5.0O; uralghts, 14.109 4.7fi; clears. $3.SS4.2n. COItNMBAL-Steady: oatmeal was steady to-day; barrel cornmeal, U.nit 2.K5; hag meal, Jl.0tai.07; granulated, $-'.7; $.t.2S; bolted. $2.75!.25; rolled natmcat, $i.irg4.7.-.; cut and ground, tt.Kn5.Vr, rye flour, $1.004.2.'.; graham. $-'.6334.00. CORN Mill ket quiet but steady; spot steamer yellow, ".e; No. 2 yellow, MHc: No. 3 yellow, SKiMc: for shipment, Nn. 2 yellow, 5."ie; Nn. 3 yellow, 5J4e; in transit. No. 2 yellow, f,.'4c; No. 3 yellow, :i44?l.'4V. OATS Tho market was dull and easier, but not quolablv lower; spot No. 1 clipped while, 3914c; No. 2 clip ped while, IWje; No. 3 clipped white, 374c; 1 ejected white, 37c; for shipment. 30 to ,H lbs.. S"4f3So: SS to 41 lbs., 3i 3S4e; I" to 42 lbs., satiftlOe; fancy, 40 lo 42 lbs., 404MI". HAY The mat get was steady to-day; straw is quiet; mill feed very firm; hay, No. 1, H.e0fil7.r,0; low grades, $l3.r,0fr 15.00; r.ie straw prime, Jinmui I.OO; oat straw, t.lWfi!.."0; sni-k spring bran, $21.e)0 winter bran. $22.25: middlings, 521.23'i? '-'t..".0; mixed feed. $22 Wa 23.00 ; led dog. $23.30; coMoneed meal, $10.7331.00; linseed meal, 2!t..")0ii.",fl.ivi PORK l'tnvitdonx are firm anil high or, a.i follows: Hbort cut und Ilea iv ba-!..". $17.73; long cut. $20.30 medium, $1S.V: lean ends, $20.."0',c:.00; beau pork, J13.23'u 13.73; fresh libs. 1.1' 13"2c; flesh shoulders, H54c; smoked shoulders. JVVc; corned shoulders, tiic; regular hams. l2V'i13e; raw leaf lard. 10c; rendeied leaf lard, 11c; pails, ll'ifj 12c; purn lard. Mr; piil, 10Vu He; coimtiy drcs-cd hog.i. 7VnV. I ! V. V. V 1 1 a s advanced, the market be ing lirui, evira heavy sldey. STUc: good 7fi74-: llgh'. l'.ii;tsi-; heavy hinds. 10ri imw-, good. H4T(tic: light, 74''','.': heavy fines, fi''UjO; good. 3ii3'jc; light, 44c l.AMHH Steads ; muttons and yearlings aie quiet to-day; veals aro tirm spring lambs, 9ftirc; fall Iambs, SiSc; yenrllngs, 7fi?c, mutton", 7'gSc; veals, llfil2ite. I'Om.TT.Y Market quiet, but steady western turkeys, lMi20c; large northern chickens, 1VTi20e; medium, 14'iICc; largo western chickens. 13Tiliic; medium, 12ftl4e northern fowls. 13c; western fowls, 110 13c: western capon., lGfilSs; northern capons. 20fi22e. KCiOS Market easier to-day; choice nearby anil hennery, 20ft 21c; eastern, 13 f(20c; western, IStil'e, BEANS Very low prices quoted, but a little firmer tone was developed late in tho week: carload lots. pea. SI.W 1.70; medium. $2.10; yellow eyes. $1.7. 1.S0; red kidneys. $2.SC;i2.V,: C.ilifnrni.1 small white, $2.33ti2.40; jobbing prices, 10-f13c higher. AI'I'LKS The market is firm: Baldwins, fancy, $4.50173.00; No. 1. Jl.roti4.30; No. $3.tVn3.73; greenings, Jl.OOfi 4.r.0; spies, JI.OO J15.00; Ilcn Davis. Jl.Ofi'sj 1.30; T.illman sweets, $3.00773.30: rustcls, $1.00571.50; box fruit. $1.00f1.30. TOTATOKS The market was steady to-day, but sweets are tinner; rtreeii mountains, t,r.c; llcbrons, ('.01163c; Karly Hose, CO?; Dakota Iteds, 37c, sweets, baskets, $1.00; Jersey double heads-, $1.73 2.23; Vlnelands, f.2.30'u 3.00. St'OAR Reftn"d sugars are firm, with a good demand, granulate and fine be ing quoted on a basis of ft 0. BOSTON 1.1 YB STOCK. Roston. March 2S. The offerings at the local live stock yards wcio smaller yesterday than last week, but loo heavy for requirements. All kinds of meats are moving slowly, and slaughterers are buying vrv close. Choice cattle wi'ie rather plenty and cheap yesterdav. with onlv moderately active bidding. Sales: Kevon cattle, avcrag- Ing 030 lbs.. 3"ic; two, e;ii lbs.. '.V; six, 1.333 lbs,, Tiijc; two, 1,333 lbs., ,V-,c; four, 1,213 lbs, 44'. Very choice milch cows are in demand. but such stock forms only a small por tion of the arrivals. Several head were left over last week, and diovtrs expect a poor business to-dav. The market for veal calves was easier. Kxtra choice calves were 111 good request. but there was scarcely anv call fnr tho poorer lots. Sales: Seven calves, averag ing 132 lbs.. 7'ic, 31, 1US lbc. ic; 21, 120 lbs., 7c: 37, 137 lbs., 7l4c; 82. 112 lbs.. ic. Hogs sold down more from an absence of demand than from largo supplies. They ranged at eiVueA,o a pound. The receipts at the local livn stork yards Jor the week ended March 27 were: WESTERN. Cattle Sheep Swine ..l.Ol.t .. 412 ,. 319 l,6u". 2S.7I7 ASSAOlll'SKTTS. Cnttle Sheep Swine ,. 11 ll 20 .. 33 .... 41 .. 31 j23 61 MAINB. Cattle Sheep Swine .. 231 23 37 ,. 31 132 17 1V HAMPSHIRE. Cittlo Sheep Swino .. 123 .. 37 73 43 ,. 21 ili3 31 VERMONT. Cattle Sheep Swine ,, S3 ,. 51 lt 34 , 3,1 14.1 t NEW YORK. Cattle Sheep Swino ,. 21 Calves Brighton .. Wntertown Somervlllo Calves 1V1 113 12S Calves 373 13S Brighton .. Wntertown Soniervllle llrlshtnn .. Somervlllo . Nb Brighton ... Wntertown Somervlllo . Calves 33 212 151 Calvos Brighton .. Watertown Soniervllle , U7 213 Calves S Brighton .. CANADA- Cattle Sheep Swln C&lves 13? 4.7S7 Soniervllle Totals 3.071 Last wek ..3.3SS 7,170 11.es 29.177 37.55 1.663 1.465 CHICAOO I'RODl'C'B MARK KT. Chlcsigo, Murc.li 2. WUKAT May, 7C4i77c; July, 704r77c CORN May, 44'lc; July. 41Vrf44c. OATS May, 30He; July, 20Mc. MUSS PORK-(I'cr bbl)-May, $1(5,43, July, $K30. I.ARD-d'er 100 lbs)-M3y, $1,474! July. $S.53. SHORT RIBS-Sides (loose)-May, $5,774; July, $S.7ft$.774. Cash quotations; WH10AT No. 2 spring wheat, 75SS0C No, 3, 73W79c; No. 2 red, $2i'itSI'ic, CORN No. 2, 43c; No. 2 yellow, 43', 13?i' OATS-No. 2, 3011c; No. 3 white, 30'ri 814c. It VIC No, 2. r.94c. UARi,i:Y-l!ood feeding, Si'.-'gSSc; fair to eholco malting, 43fo30o. FIjANHKUD-No. 1, Jt.OG; northwestern No. 1, $1,12. TIMOTHY snrcu-l'rlme, $3,174. MICSS IORK-(lr I)b1)-$18.33'e16.4. l.ARI)-(Per 100 lbs)-$R.I24. SHORT RIBS-Sldes (loose)-$$.70g) S.73. SIDKS-Short clear (boxed) JS.9S 0.00. WHISKKY-(Bh.Is of hlghwines)-ll.2S. On the produce exchange to-day tha butter market was tirm; creameries, I6fi264e; dairies, 13'!523c; eggs firm at mark, cases Incliidcel 134c; firsts, 134c; prime firsts, 114c; extras, 10c; ebeeso, firm, 1145134c. BOSTON COPPBR MARKKT. Boston, March The general list of copper stocks wan dull, They closed strong generally at tho best of the elay but not very active. Bt.'TTKlt AND r II HUSH MARKET. Boston, March 2?. liUTTKR The market was firm to-day; northern, 234'ii2iV; western, 252S4c; Vermont dairy, 20t22c. CHCHSB-The market was ftrmur, Vermont twins. 1841714c, NKW YORK COTTON MARKET. New Vork, March 23. Cotton futiues opened ilrm. March, $11.03: April, $11.03; May. $11.22; June offer ed $11.19; July. $11.19. Aug., $11.05; Sept., $10.12 bid; Oct.. $10. Is; Nov., $10.4?; Dec, $10.31 .I.111 , $10.52, I'eb., - - , spot closed quiet. 10 points higher; middling uplands, $11.50; do. gulf, $12.05; sales, none. LIVE STOCK MARKETS. ' tlttnlntlons for Cnttle, Sheep and ItO(a nt Aery Vork, New York. March 2?. RKI-JVKS- Receipts. 2.929 head; steers slow to a shade lower; rows steady to 10c lower: i-tcers. tl i?i3,V); oxen and stags, $4.20174.75: culls. $ 1.00ft 1.6ft; cows, 12.001T4.2S. choice, Jt.n",; exports, It cattle. 42 sheep and 3.e;mi quarters of he,,f; to-morro. "11 cattle, 1,100 sheep and 1,100 quarters of beef. CAIA'KS Receipt. 1.731 head; steaity to 23e higher: eal, J.i.uoti 5.50; selected veals. $s,7S; nils, $l.nftff4.f,0. SHRKl' AND I.AMBS Reef ip's, 5,(15 head: s-luep te.niy; Iambs slow; heavy lambs easier sheep, $4 if"fj3.G24: lambs, Jci.r.Of 7. 2."i. HOC.S Receipts 9,02s head; market; steady; good state hogs, J1? 90; choice light, $7.'i0. BURLINGTON MARKETS. Triers Tnlel Vesfrrdny for Farm Pro di lr I hr Local Denlera. The following were tho wholesale prices paid In tho local markets yester day: Butter, creamery, print', or boxc., jut lb "7( Butter, dairy, to ship, per lb 18'rT24o Butter, dairy prints or boxes, lb... 19J720O Reef, rirofscd, per lb "439a Chickens, per lb 16yiSa Rggs, per 1I07. iscj Fowls, per lb H"i?16o Hogs, per lb 'ala Lambs, per lb 124'514t I'otatoes. common, bu 737S0o Sheep, lb, dressed 10f12o Veal, lb lto RETAIL MARKETS. The following prices are charged con sumers by retail dealers: Apples, Russet, Greenings, Bald wins, pit -,oo Apples, King. Northern Spy, pk.. Oftcj Beans, string, qt ;oa Butter, dairy prints or boxes, lb 25c Butter, creamery prints or boxes lb 30o Bran, cwt $1,1071.21 Bananas, doz 20330a Bananas, red, doz 60j Beets, lb ;c Cabbage, lb 5o Cranberries, qt s.'io Cclerv, head 50 Celery, ties 2530o Carrot0, II) Cheese, lb IT'SlSo Corn, cwt $1,13 Cucumbers, each 20o Eggs, eloz I'Ved, mixed, cwt $i,;ii Flour, bid $3.00li.O') Grape fruit, each 15o Hay, baled, ton 1133117 Hay. loose, ton $12t?$14 Lettuce, native, head 60 Lettuce, Bofton ball, head 10j Cotton seed meal n.fi Meal, common, cwt $1.101.1S Middlings, fine $1.10191.25 Oats 43450 Onions, Spanish, lb 70 Onions, native, lb So Oranges, doz 30g;"0i Ojstcr plant, bunch JOo Parsnips, lb 5c Ptovender HSLS Potatoes, common, bu 90811 Potatoes, sweet, lb 5o Rhubarb, lb 120 Straw, baled, ton 110.00S13.00 Strawberries, basket .Ho Spinach, peck 40o Squash, Hubbard, lb. 4a Turnips, lb Co Tomatoes, southern, lb 2So Wheat, cwt 11.50S1.73 BRINDLE DOG SAVED. .Mrs. Warren nrnls Her Mnnlpellef Xcliclilinrs Money for llulilinrd I'nrki Montpeller. March 25. Mrs. Mary War ren has won out In ber battle with hor neighbors to save tho life of her brlndle dug. The city council tills evening dls. missed the petition asking that body ta refuso a license of tho year ensuing at the dog In question. The council received this even ing from W. P. Dillingham and A. D. Farwell, administrators of th estate of John 13. Hubbard. 110,000, a partial payment of the 150,000 left to tho city by Mr, Hubbard to fit, maintain and keep In repairs as a public park, what is known as Hubbard's Park, also left to tha cJty by Sir. Hubhard, The Income only of thtl legacy can be used tor the purposei named. Camilla riamarion, the celebrated French astronomer, ha been colleetlm data regarding the havoc wrought by lightning, and from this valuable infoi. matlnn he has written a book of striking and popular Interest, which will be pulx llshed In this country shortly.