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VOL LXXX1I. NEW SEIURS VOL. LIV BUR LING TON. VT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1901 NUMBER 14. HAPPENINGS li VERMONT. o jocal Items of I: "est From All Parts of the M icn Moun ts tain i 5 c. THE NEWS BOUNTIES flic IiioiinM Vnllc, VlSliigc Cp .North From flu Island in the I, like to (lie Fnssiiinpslo, Aluug Oiler Creek, mill lo Ihe Mmrcs of Wliit Jller entered bj Spp I'lnl 1'orrfHpoiiili'nlN ADDISON COUNTY, MIDDJ.EBURY. Mv. Marlon A. Carr. who hail Iippii I' liri'"i tin' prist tear, lull wlin had he n atlc to he out. was taken sudelcn wnrso Wednesday Sept. 2- ami died In i'ioui live hours of heart disease. She as" years old ami is survived by n nr, M irons Curr nf Cornwall, a well itnovvti jit iduie buy- .if thl! county, ind a daughter, Mr? Amber Hollo IMalt it S ham. Tlip funeral w;i lirld ?a rua- afternoon at two o'cleiclc and j r i wis ,n iIip Cornwall cemetery Ii n Lodge of Salisbury vlslt- i M td 'Hir.v Lodge on neighbors' 5' 1 '-'it.t.iv evening amf thprp were u o ptpspiit. TIip meeting was Mill . .Id Haptlst Church which i I pi icnlod liv Hip local grange. ' a ' i I TIip iMinmort' lodge fur- nl I trmi a I w l H HP rnry nnd musical prn Mlddlobur.v grnngo gavo pt In th basement of tlip Tli. l all Tli" lnpnl truckmen Imvo agreement anions themselves I 'i do any job for less than 25 certs Mrs Amelia Marker Is ciultc 111 lit t' Iioiiip of her daughter, Mrs. T. U I lot her, In Hrldport. Robert Man--lirstor. has rptiinu'd bomp from Lon, pe itit Dr P. L. Doroy has Iippii eho-- n ilf's-'ntp from Mldilli'bnry to thn Mt'i annual meeting of tin- Vormnnt M to Medical society to lip IipM nt St. J I i,sliirv Oolobpr 10 and II. The illt Association for llnmr and For i M ss.'ins lirld it first rogu i meeting with .Mrs. A. W. Dickens J'nrsdnv, Cctobor 1, nt .1 p. in. Mr. n Id ai" pri'sldpnt of tho Vermont I-n (.no an address.-Mr. and Mrs N' O Solllck bavp returned from Irani! Isle, whore they Imvo Iippu on i wr ldlng trip. Tlipodoro Well, who i s I r.n t.c guest of I'ol. A. A Flotoh ! 'ia ritnriipd to New York city. J si a S i rah O'Connors and Sailb' I'Pti- I rs navo rpturnoii irom a wpi k s vimh rH'j fiiiTds in Ilut'lln'tnn and I'ndPr (ii Ci'-vliis Cranp of Hrldport ban I -upd invitations to thp innrrliiKP of his nk" p. .Ii'ssUa Iri'no rrano, to N'or lu in Stiwart Footp of this village, at tiio c n '-relational C'huri'h In Hrldport MV lri-vdnv ovonlni?. OctobPr f. nt ncht o'. loi k Mrs. J. W. I.awrpiT'p uas nl lp tn Iip down stairs Friday af Irr n thn p months' spflons lllnoss. lamps t:. WnlU'T of SdiPiiPPtady. ". 5' Is In town. Mason Dupaul, who h li In1- H' four w-poks acn, Is ab'.n sit up iinlly PtpiI W. fhaypr has C nr to T'ittsford to dprorato thp iipw i Ik r 'r.sis sanltorlutn. StiPPt fom tislon'r Dr. Mnrtln has IniTPaspd In.? i p of liPlp on tin1 strppt J inti;o ' it 1 M I'ooto has bi-pti In ItutlanU If ,r has boon nttPiidlnK ITniti'd !it s 1 lit tlio past w-ppk. 'Dip larpp vi-i'P pipso window In Fnrnsworth's it -ip vilibh was brokPii somP tlnvo nffo .vi rorlni pil by .a now imp Friday.. 'i I nsctt wPnt to I'.PthPl Salur 3 iv on ii. mint of tho IUiipsh of a Sri' tr Mrs. .IpiiiiIp I'rpntiss, Ml.a Mrr i and Miss Sat.ih rranp have ttnn i U a b titftnu, l). c, wIhtp thoy will ip i 1 i' i wlnlPr. Allon Tabor has jrrr 1 1 I'lttford wIhtp ho has a poEi Inr Mrs Iiamous Houlhi and daiifjh rr 1 ( ritnriipd to thPlr homo In S ' .1 N II. Clifton Iladloy has pn- iro Harvard cViIIpk' -Mr. nnd Mrs. Mniir U HilKKS havp ri'turnod to thpr i mp in Hoston, Mass. Miss Maln'l ' krr who has bi'pn vli-ltltiR Ml.is llabcl Morrill has iPtuniPil lo Marble ipud M'iss .lobn Calbmiii has iPturn d lmmp from I.ako Opotrp Mrs, Mnrv I'oolp hn.'. k"iip to Hoston, Mass., ivhprf Iip will visit hPr daiiKhti-r, who nill soon no to California to llvp. ifmrv Mrllpn lias PiitoiPd Columbia follrpp Mrs, .lofi-nh Sbai'ltpy, who hns ten stlnK Iht daiifrhtpr, Mrs Tvifl IlruiiPll nnd family, has return Ml to WhltliiK. Mr. nnd -Mrs. .1. W f.rpnif who bavi' Iippii vlsltlnpr In I rosl tirfth Falls, liayp rPtiiriiPd homo FtpiI JlaydPii is makln pvtonslvp rppnlis on bis i-psIiUiipii on Court strppt John Ii. Hayps is in Hoston, Mass, vIsltlniT his diuiKhtPi', Mrs. l.pn- tiro Miss Mary Mills has nno to 1'iirllnKton to sppnd tho winter. A. "alboun and son Imvo Fi-curoil tho ron tr.irt for plumbliiK nnd steam llttln nt tlic nrvpiiinipnt farms. Mr, nml Mrs. , Silas U'rlKht h.avo rp tnniPil to MontppllPr after vlsltlns Sum ncl Wrlprbt Harry Urounsau has roup. ti WhltPhall, N. V., wtiprii ho has secur Pd a position. TIip ploctrlo llcht polo whirl I" loontPil In the railroad yard bptwpon tho two dppots was struck by tho pabooso of tho praiio of thn work train horn Saturday mornlnp, broaklnK Fnmo in two, thus causlui,' tho mall truln rnuth to bp latp as tho pop and wire1! blookPd tho road, Miss Kmma. Mocker tins Konn to HurllnKlnn for iv fow days' visit Tim first of a bptIph of pntortaln ments by tho Cpntury club, will bo Klvon In tho oppra houso Oplobpr 18. C, llrun til Iiiui Konn to Hutland on ft short bust noss trlp.-Fpilx CoIp, who bad a foot J.immpd with a block of marblo at th marblo mill a few days' nun, Is working nKaln at the mill Tho "frp&hles" at tho coupon spranif ft .iiirprlw on their fops, tho "sophs," Bit iinniy ny roiiik ki iviuiuuii, tvupto tnoy lipid their class tflnnuit at the UAtw'l, Successfully pvadlnff tho 1010 men, tho freshman class pothered some tlino uhout iU o'clock at th raJlrouJ bridge over the uttpr rrepk Just south of I hp town .ni.l In mli d ,i spepl.'il '.rain unniolpsti d by thp handful of soplmmorps. The com inittpp In i hariip nf thp hauqtiPt was com posi'd of the followlliK! Stewart, Hut tolpli, Jackson, 1'piicIi und Until, The frr -iIiuipii held a class meetltiK l''rlday to plrct ofllcprs. The follnwhiK were choeu: l'r.'sldent. llenjamln Slpwarl of Mlddb bury: K'i-lipslilpnt, Miss Mabel Martin of Mlilillebury : secretary, Miss 1-31'S! i Hart of l!e nnlnitton: trpasnror, l.uclus llutlolph of Mlildlehury. Mrs. 12. W, liakrr was calli'il to Colo rado on itci'iiunt of Hip spilnns lllnc-s ol her liusbaud who only n few pcks ago left for that Slat" for the benefit of his beillli. She left on the slopper Sunday tnonilrs -Mlfses M.iry anil Sarah tins sell and Miss Mary Smith, who havp bpen Hip Kiiestt. at -Mr. nnd Mrs. I'iUKetip Sham bo. hnp ri'turnpil to their home In llur UnKlon. MNs Aanes Clrahnm und Anna MeClnith have relumed lo HurlltiKlon after a short visit with Mr. and Mr. M II. ftraham. Fred I,anRworthy and (nni il v of l,.itva.spr. 2s II., arp vKIUuk his p.in-nis, Mr. and Mrs. Myron I in if -worthy. Mrs. Nelson Seymour of Hut land Is vlslllnc her p.irpiits, Mr. nnd Mrs. J W. Williamson. Harry 1anirwoi'thy of Hurllmrton Is n town, having bepti called here by the Illness of his mother, Mrs. Ifcirkor. Mrs. Tukey, who has been vis lllnjs her sister, Mrs. 11ip .tail fam ily for tile past few weeks, h is Rone to Umpire, l'anomn, to Join her husband, who has a position there. Mrs. II. A. Peek has returned from Nlnffara Falls, N. V , where she was called by the dentil of her sister. Mrs. Thomas ItVake. rhpRpon I.lbertv, who has been the IipiiiI machinist at the Hr.indnn Italian Marble company's mill, has reslRiiPn his position and has ponp to Fowler, wherp Iip has accepted a similar position with the la rite marble concern nt that place. Monday, market day, prrs brought 27 cents and butter 25 to 27 cents. Carl Mi oil of New York city is visiting his mother. Three carloads of row. ilves and hups were shipped to the New York and Hriffhton m.irlirt Monday. The Hon Uo' i t C.m-1114-11 and James Cartmell have returned from Fair Haven, where they havp b"en rn KuUntlng fr new steel penstocks for the two mills of the C.reen Mountain l'ulp company. Miss Jessie Marseills, who passed the summer at Hyde Manor, Sudbury, returned to town Monday ar.d Is nt the Hotel Injnn. Joseph II. I.ttle und W. N. Vpikcs of Sillsbury are In town. Mr. and Mrs. James Hurkley and their youtiK dauchter of Jamestown, N. Y., are here on a visit to hl.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huckley. Mr. I'iulU is a larKO co-ierc-t l.-r to. trutor In J.iaie itown .'i.l tli i his llrt visit to his native town since he wa.s heie on his wedding trip 20 years oro. Mrs. Oertrude Atkins of I fcstol lias returned home after a visit hei?- to Mr. and Mrs. Oardn'r S. Duncan. Mrs. Kd w.ird tloulette and her daughter, Mrs. Chailes Illalr have returned from Wind sor. For the first time in a number of years the month of Septem'M'r went past with out a frost in this section of the State. At tho Methodl.U Ohnr.-h next Sunday, Flu pastor, W, H. Wasnburne, will speak in the morning on "Is It I" and In th) pvenlns will eonduct a love feast, subject, "Christian Stewaidship " The holy com munion will be olis-ned in the inorninR servlcp. Chief of Foil-.. C. N. Dickinson arrestPd 1'rPd V-ston Monday for Intoxi cation and placed him In the county jail. Tuesday afternoon he was before Justice W, H. Sheldon, pleaded guilty nnd was lined $5 and co-ds which he p i.d. Wjldo S. KnlRht has returned from a visit to his father in North Hero. Fdw.ml Dan iels has returnid from lirlstnl, where ho has been vlsltlns his daughter, Mrs. 12. C. Tobin. Mm. Nlta I turd, who has been vlxltlnK Mrs. Jpniiie 1'rldp, letunied tn her home In Oswego, N. Y. Mrs. i'annlo I-anirworthj', who bis hem (inlte sick, is loTviy lecoveriniT. Harold Hughes has returned from Ilrlslol. Allen Tabor lias gone to Andover, Ma's., wh-ro hi has sec ured a position a.s decorator for the Cutting Constraetlon company of Hoston. The Ilev. W. T. Forsyth, rector of St. Stephen's Church Is in Richmond, 'a., attending the sessions of the Bpiscopal Churches of the. United States. Andrew Dinstrom has gone to New York with hit. family, where he has a position. Mrs. WisM'll, mother of Noah and Kmery W'i.s- scll Is nulte sick nt her home on Sey mour street. The Indies' Af-s ielatlon for Home nnd Foreign Missions h;ld their llr.st regular nieptlng with Mrs. A. W. Dickens at her home on Seminary Mrei't Tuesday afternoin at three o'clock. Mrs. Uuekham, president of the Vermont branch, was present and gave an address. Oliver Tansnaugh and ion, Fred, have returned to Froctor. Thomas Hums has fronn to Montreal fir a week's stnv. Miss Genevieve McMuhon, ho hois lieen visiting ljer parent", Mr. nnd Mis. Pat rick McMahon, has returned to Itutlanl. U C. Itussell and U S. Knight hold the champlonwhip of Mlddlcbury as hunters of small giiTiip so far this season. Tn?re is a report that before tho first of January next a new bank will be opened In Mlddlcbury, with well known capitalists of tills and nelghlxirlng towns .SHtockholrters.Mss Alice Atwood, daugh ter of O, II, Atwood, while out ridlnt; Tucfcday evening with her cousins, Nelson Atwood rnd Miss Ferry, was thrown from the carriage to tho pavement nnd was rendetr1 unconscious for n little. Dr. Martin was called but found no bones broken. The aei dent wns causi-d by the joung lady changing her seat In the vehicle Dr. Dickinson, pistor of thfi Congregational Church will officiate at both the morning and evening ser vices Sunday. His morning subject will be "S.inll Our Country He christian or I'iignn." Annual offering for home mis sions. The Hlble class, which holds Its sessions October lo June, meets In the. church nt 12:15, I2venlng subject, "Tho (lifts of the Year." Miss Jennie Jones nf New 1 ork r ty Is visiting Mr, and Mrs, John Jones. Not man Frm-t of CVunstock, N. Y., Is In town. Word has come of tlu' death In Hennlngton of Mrs, Fanny n. Towne, a former resident of this village. William J. I.nltoek has re turnd after a two weeks' visit with his parents In Tlconderogn, N. Y. A rumor vnia circulated nlsiu town Wednesday forenoon that I2dward D, linker, who ro cently went to Ixinver, Colo., for tho benefit of his health, had died there, tho story provPd to be unfounded. -Tho semi-monthly meeting of Cirulo No. B, Ladles of tho flrand Army, will do held fit threo o'clock this Thursday after noon. The board of pension Pjuunlnlng Burgoons had two old soldiers beforo them for examination on Wednesday, VBRQENNES. Oeorgo LanKOvln nnd Mrs, I'hoobc (Qassett) Jlmco wero marrleil Saturday mornlne at St. I'oter's Churoh, the nev. Ii. A. Vezlna performing tho corn. Imony. Gcoreo Cassott, . brother ol the bride, acted as best mall and Miss Duulsc lingpvln, a slsipr of the gloom, was bridesmaid. Mr. nml Mis, I.angevln left Saturday for a short wedding trip to l'2nllelil. N. II., to visit Ids. brother-lu-law, llPtijamln Hanypa. I.ponard I.e Hcnuf.studpnt nt the University or Vermont passed Sunday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. 1,. Hiouf. Sutulay, November in, will be observed In one of the churches lu this ol ty as young men's Sunday. The special services of Ihe day will be under the direction of the State department of the Y. M. C. A. Several speiikprs from out of town will be present. Thn body of Mrs. Frank Hablno was brought to thli city Satuiday from C.rieulleld, Mass., nnd the funeral set vices held at St. Feler's Church. Interment In the Catho lic eemeteiy. J. A. Tufts h:is returned to his home In Cambridge, Mass., after passing Ihe summer with her daughter, Mrs. A. D. A'lttntn. Miss Caroline Kins man and Miss I.ticy Daniels, who Imvo been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John fii'.ivell. for two weeks, have relumed to their home In Salem, Mns. A Inter test of the capacity of tin- artesian well drlll pd on Hip Hotsford farm shows a pro duction now of over a barrel a minute. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. M. Harrows Imvo re tlirned from a throe weeks' trip to Sara toga, 2S v.. Providence, II. I., and Wor cester, Mass. Monday afternoon Mr. nnd Mrs. F.u geiip D. Clillson of this city observed the r.Oth anniversary of their marriage at their pleasant home on I'nst strot. Owing lo the feeble benlth of Mrt. Clillson the occasion was a unlet one and only their children und a few itn trvillittp relntlves were present. A pleasing Incident of the occasion was the presence of Wiio.lbury Dnrfey of Sehenectndy. N. Y.. a brother of .Mrs. Clillson, who ncted as best man nt the marriagp ."n years acn and who Is the only living witness of the ceremonv, Mr. Clillson wns bom November 20, in New Haven, where his father was one of the early settlers. lie passed his early life on a farm. Sep tember 30, IS.-,: be was mnrileil t.v Ilrlslol to Miss Sarah H. Durfcy, daughter or Mllo ami Hets..y rFltcn) Durfey of Lincoln where she wns born In ISSi'i. Three children buve been born to Mr. and Mrs. Chllson. nil of whom nre living. Thov nre Oliver 1-2. of Hurllngton. n well known and promlnont member of the Odd FpIIows and who was grand muster or t In state ('.rand Lodge. I. O. O. F. In l!)n; Kate C, wire of W. A. Dalrymplp. a prnmlnent biislnpss man of this city nnd a member of the llrm of O. C. Dalrvmpli- - Son; and Oeorp H., ,n, elpctrielnn or Harre. .rier their mar riage Mr. and Mrs. Chllson made their home In Hrlstol. The year 1ST.S n spent In Colorado prospecting for gold Shortly after the breaking out of the Civil War Mr. Chllson enlisted in Co. H. Mb Vt. Vols., and was mustered In nt St. Albans, September in, l si; J. Hp wa.s with his regiment nt 1 ii bat tles and engagement, which Included the Second Hull Hun, Antletam and Gettyshuig and was honorably dis charged Juno 2fi, ISC". Shortly after bis return to his home In Hrlstol he. moved to Huntington where lie was proprietor of n hotel for three years, if tor which he removed to Leeds, Wis. After n lapse of three years he came Fast and took up his residence In this ity where he has lived for IP", vears. Ancestors of Mr. and Mrs. Clillson fought In the war of their country. her grandfather, Kbonezcr Durfoy M-rvIng In a Connecticut icImeut in the American Hevolutlon and Mr. Chil- son's father, Daniel Chllson. and an uncle. Col. Oliver Chllson, served 111 the Wnr of Is 2. and were present at the Hattle of Vbittshurgh. During Ills residence litre Mr. Chllson bus work"d nt the carpenter trade but now Ml- thoiigh In good health he has retired from active life and Is passing his re maining days iiietly In his comfort able home. Until Mr. nnd Mrs Chllson have a host of friends Mr. and Mrs. Clillson received mementos of their golden wedding, gold coin and other valuablp girts. At a meeting of the Haptlst Church Sunday a unanimous call was extended to Hev, A. M. Watts of Hast Hoston to beiome their pastor. It Is evpect- oil that he will accept the call and b- gln his work nt once. Chester Hawkins, who is suffering from blood poison in his i IgM knee, cntisid by being kicked by a cow, was operated upon last week at the Mary Fletcher hospital and is In a critical condition. P.. Y. Thompson occupied the pulpit of tho Methodist Church last Sunday, He returned to New York on Monday. Mrs. May Fox and son who have been spending a few days with friends, re tinned to Hartford, Conn., last Mon day. The Methodist Chinch Is receiving a new coat of paint. Moi-es Oarrow has returned from u brief visit to relatives In Mon treal, P. Q. Miss Hpr- .lno Amhlo find hiothrr, Iknry, of Hutland, and Miss M-ibpl Rood i pan and brother, Arthur, of Mlddlebury, have returned to their homes after a short visit to Miss Amhlo. Mr. and Mrs. S, F, Welch of Aurora, 111., were gnosis of their cousin, Mrs, II, A, Foote, over Sunday. Mrs. Corydon Harris has returned after a visit to her daugh ter. Mrs. F C, Ward, of Wallhiun. Mr. and Mrs. Maurlco Turcotte and son, Samuel, of Pavi tucket, II. I., and Mrs. Frank Mlnard of St. Albans are visiting tlulr mother, Mrs. Joseph LaFountaln, nnd broth Samuel Tredo, Miss Lula Hall of Hutland Is the guest of Mrs. Frank Hiincughs. The condition of Mrs. (icoigp Devoid, who recently underwent an operation nt the Mary Fletcher hos pital, Hurllngton, If. improvid and she expects to leturn home In a few days. The rummngn sale that has been held tho pnst week by the lulles of thu Methodist ISplscopal Church will closo Saturday.-Abr.im Strauss of F.sjox Junction v.as In town yesterday and purchased a chestnut driving horse ot Sheriff Olln Smith. Miss Amy Alien left yesteiday for Hilllngham, Wash., to visit her brother, Charles Allen. Miss Liura Hoburds Is visiting lu Salisbury. G, C, Wright has taken the position of night operator at the station und L. Murray of Leicester has taken his placo n assistant fielght agent. Tho dining room at Hotel Lenox was closed October 1 to open Juno If., 1P0S. Mr. nnd Mrs. Darwin Adams nf South WVymotrth, Mass., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, 1. N, Adams, Mrs, Clovls Major of Wlnoositl Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Albert Hendricks. -Mrs H. H, Slack nnd son, Raymond, visited in Hurllngton yes tertlay. Tho condition of Asa Hawkins, who la ill with nppendleltls, Is about tho same, Miss Stoddard, a trained nurso from Hurllngton, Is earing for htn. Mr, and Mrs. W. C Adams lelurned yester day to their homo in Nashua, N. n after a ten days' visit to Ma vurents Mr.. and Mrs. )'. N. Adams. -C. W, Hlsbee. wife and daughter, Doris, with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. l'eck tire attending the Stale fair at W.i.te Jllver Junction. BRISTOL. Mrs. Itnsa Ives and son. Kenneth, closed their summer heme here Saturday, and rituni'd to Chlcuto.-Judge and Mia. 1-2. A. II.ii.-i Itinc visited their children, Mr. nun Mrs. n, L. I Insseltlne, in Mnnt peller over Sunday, Miss Alice Casey of Ludlow- Is visiting relntlves In town. A few friend" of Miss Amy Farr gae her a "bandker. hlef shower" at the home of Miss Ilm-i-l li:t Stowart Friday evening In honor of b -1 coming tnart lag-. Salurday butler let.i.led at P.2 cents a pound, and eggs cent - . dozen. .Mrs, Sarah Dumas vlsllid In Te onderoga, N. Y last week. Mrs. 12. H. linlndnn Is visiting her rela t'ves In Sn ith Htnrkshorn. Miss Jennie Grow has none to Itrnniloii, where ln will pass tie winter with friend". H. J. Norton el Kutlnnd visited his pari'iits, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Norton ovei Simdny. -Wnyne Hosworth was at Iioiiip from Mlddlebury College over film lav. Miss Marlri' Kellfnp of We-t Swanr.ey, N. 11.. Is v - ting Miss Jennie Sherwln. Miss Ki llogir Is a daughter of the Hev. !!. F. Kolli'-s, a fomior palnr of the Haptlst Cr.rnh. W. A. ll.irluu- Is at home fro. ii Kiitlfind ami Plttsford. Mr. and Mrs. 11. ' Fiilmer nrv- at homo from Montpeller.- '. ' e quarterly business meet ing of the Advent Chmeh will be held to-day. -Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stevens nf Cornwi II. visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sumner inr Sunday. The following changes of r -Idence opcurnl Monday: George Nod - and family moved Into one of 12. C Norton's tenements. L. It. Hlssonette 1' . i the peekfuim bouse on Garfield stp- . E. W. Gage Into Mrs. Hammer's ( -i rient on Gnrllr-td street, Henry Shtrl-I 1; Into one of the casket company's iieiii"!its, nnd George Andtews m"i the Drake tenement over eiaudett's b.v.' as shop J. W. Page of Hnrhngio.a wis In town with his family over Suivdn- Feir'.i Stokes went to Worcester. M.i'S., Monday for a few days' visit.- i' W. Htvers and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ill' . rs huvo moved to their faun. Mr. Mrs. 11. H. Allen nre nt home ft a Hutland Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Lavat '"id a son born Siturdny. J. II. H'ri of Hurllngton was In town over St da v. Then- was i 'icnvy frost here Wednes day morning ' r. and Mrs. A. M. Nor ton go t ) Hi - "n this afternoon to b present at tli :ireonfi!on of the fllver n-rvice to thi ttlesblp Vermont. R. D Hlackwell of ' union Is In town, looking after his e-lc ' .- light Interests. Slate's Attorney D. ' Husel of Mlddlebury was In town Wedm .iy. I2dward Daniels has returned to MM "i-bury after a visit with Dr. and Mrs. K A. Tobln. W. F. Chase and H. .1. Clarl were In Smth Lincoln on business 1 -day. A. W. Kddy K building a bar on Hillside avenue. A horse owned by i 'dell 12stes of the West Mieet creamery storting from Taylor avenue, ran i' i.'h Pleasant, Spring Mountain, G.ml 1 and 2-'orth streets to Main, where he ..m 'aught. Tin- wagon was reduced to klmlUng wood, nnd milk and cream vns distributed along the street. ,1. W. Johnf. has sold bis resl taurant business In ''nike-Farr block to Richard Delong, .Ir Iteuhcn Hlsble and daughter of Ferrlf -gh were in town Wednesday Miss IP-. a Palmer of Wnt erlmry. visited her 'vnts Weilnesdiiy L she Taft. who f' .ird Injured his leg last week, Is able K f-t out on crutches. CORNWALL. The Hev. S. 11. torate of 17 1-2 yi roslviatlo'i as pas tl.innl Church in t. a call to the 'on Fast Jericho, win labors K-tober 20. Mary Constantim- n of New York, Ml I'oit Kdu-ard, N. Mr. I.iii.ibee of SI. mini, after a pas - has tendered his of the Congrega i . and has accepted ir.itlon.xl Church In he w'll begin his V II. Porter, Mrs. i Miss Alice 1 limn. in Hubert Hascom of Fred Piatt and i.im and Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt llurd i Addison were in attendance upon : funeral nf Mrs. listhi r Sampson, wi w of the Into Wil liam S.iinti-on, wli . wa.s held at tho Congregational Chn i on Friday after noon. Mrs. Sampr d'ed .suddenly of apopley. Charles , Hirniim, Mlddle bury College, 'iii, 1- Monday for Yalo Medical College, nf- - visit with his parents, the Hev .ml Mrs. S. H. H.irnum. Ir. Will . i. Matthews Is In Western, N, Y.. for i visit of several wijeks. Mr. and Mr- Julius Tronslo't of Newton, Kansas, lei' i. Friday for their home afti'i' a woe visit at C. H. Lane's. T'ie funeral Mrs. Marion Carr, widow of tne late Sll. 1 1. Carr, who died after an Illness of " few hours on Thursday. Septembei was lit-l,i at lier late heme on Satu-d- .a 2:00 p. m.. the Hev. S. H. Harnurr ..rflclatlng. Her children are Maicus Cur of this town and Mrs. Fred Piatt "' Shoreham. Mrs. David HrefPtte and 'illdren have re turned to town aft-r an nlisence of sovnrnt weeks v "mg friends in Chester. Mr. and Mrs A, W Footo nnd Ms-s Saiah Keeler nttcnl ! the Haptlst con vention In Hutland, 'I I remains of Mrs. William Samson were In ought from Sara toga, N. Y and Interim! in the Fastceuie tery. She died sndib ' with apopb-xy. She formerly lived hm at the old Sim son home-stead now owmd by James Mervk. Mrs. John (u,. Is not so well. It Is feared she may -nil recover. Mrs. A. Keeler Is with her i- st,.r, Mrs. M. S. Keeler, who Is unite feeble, S. M. Cioff leports He- morning tem perature fur Se-pteinlier as follows: Highest, IS negrees; lowest, 3i degrees; average, Kt degrees; List y, nr r,M; rain fall, fi.2S inches last .Mar, 3.21 Inches; highest point ranched, M degrees; clear days 2; cloudy days 10 -N. , Duba and family have occupied the Munslll tene ment on North street Some farmers complain thai potntoes are rotting. -Harold lfosworlh Is at home this week fiom Sprmglield, Mass MIssps Agnes and Mals-l li.i.u diuan of F..,st Middlohury have been vlslllng relatives here. Mrs. Gi-rtiude Atkins Is at limnc f,om Mlddle-tmry.-Solon Prlnc.i and family of Hur llngton, have become residents of llflMol, -W. 12. Greene of Huillngton was In town Monday -Miss Llll.v Smith has re turned from New York, und entered the employ of Mrs K. I. Ward. SOUTH STARKSBORO. Mrs. Hoy Hurlburt nnd chlidron of Munition visited her parents over Sun day. Four of tho children ot Perry llnllock are very sick with scarlet fev er, and thn houso is quarantined. Mrs, Mary Young nnd her slHtor "Mothor'' Pilndlo of New York, huvo returned from n visit In Korrlshurgh, Hurllng tnu, Montpoller and Itlehinond. Kdwln Miller of Jlrnnklyn visited nt Hyron I'ontlnued on 2nd 1 20 WITNESSES ARE SUMMONED Brattlcboro Refidcnts Must Toll What They Know about Ex press Company. DID A LIQUOR BUSINESS 'l'lie llnlii Occupation of Hip :cm J I a nips tit re Con pern I'l'iippf-dlng (ireu (lilt or Hie KUO.OWI. I, Ibrl Suit of C.iiIp is. Alliln Coliiiilnl Diinirs .lleel. Hrnttlchoro, Oct. 2. Much excilement was caused here to-day by the summon ing of 20 witnesses to appear before- the superior court of Cheh!ie county at Ker-ne, N. II.. to tell what they know about the operation of tho Cheshire I-2x-press company, a corimratlon Incorporat ed to do business In New Hampshire and having Its principal place of business In Hinsdale, N. II.. Just across the Conne-ct-icut river from Hrattleboro. Tho business of the express company has been princi pally Hint of delivering llipior to patrons at Its ofik-e In Hinsdale. The procei dings grew out of the $;o.- libel suit Instituted by F. C. Gale of Hinsdale against Gem. J. II. Albln of Con cord, N. II., in which Gale claimed that Albln slandere d him and his pi ice of business. The suit was dropped but the depositions of witnesses taken In Hrattle boro whUh had to do with what thoo summoned knew about ihe doings of tho place formerly run by Gal., and now con ducted as nn express company nnd what they saw or had done- there. Many wit nesses declareii that they would not np !"nr In New Hampshire s une going so fur a.s to oiTor to piy the tines If any of those summoned failed to appear. The proceedure, however, is legal and those summoned ate under a penalty of S2'rt for rot doing as commanded. PLAN STATIC MKKTINO. Members of the Vermont Society or Colonial Dames ' residing in Hrattleboro and vleln'ty met with Mrs. Klttreelge Ilasklns yesterday and made preliminary plans fur the meeting of the State society h"!e in October. TO 12NTF.HTAIN D. A. H. Miss Marin Stiilmnn of tills place will entertain the Daughters of the Ame-rlccn Hevolutlon at her home In Went Hrattle lioro Thursday at 3:30. Those who can not attend are rt-iiuestcd to sPn, some word of greeting in l -.--p.-mse to the roll i-a!l Mrs. I,. K. Fuller will rep-.it her story "Hy An Old Tree.'' u request BAR ELECTS 0FFIC3RS. AleMliiib-r DlliillPlI Is 1'lislilcnl .s,.,, llembers Viliolllcil Friday Horning. Muntpeller. net. 2-At an adjourn' d nne'lng of th-; Vermont H.ir assoeiatiun held this morning at the Stat- House H. C. Shurtleff for the cominltu n nun lnntlons ivp-irtisl a list of olficers for the ensuing year ami. thev were un-anlmousl- elected as follows: President, Alexander Dunnett of St. JoluiHbuiy: vlce-pre-ldents, C. G Austin of St. Al bans, '.. H. A Ihe.- of H. Hows Falls; F A. I lowland of Montpeller; secretary. John H. Mlmms of St. Albans; tr, usurer, 1 1 Irani Carleton of Montpeller. board of manage! s, H. C. Shurtleff of Mont pelli'r, Max L. Powell or nurllngtnn. A F. Sehwenk nf Hrattleboro, It. A. Law renre of Hutlonel. It was voted that the annual dues of members for the ensuing car should he 2. The board of managers and tre.is urer were given authority to take any necessaiy action in earing for the pres ent Indebtedness of the association, they were empowered to renew outstanding notes and to give new notes therefor and to take any action necessary to pro vide for printing tho annual rebuts. The association fook a recess until Fri day morning, when the young men who successfully pass the bar examinations and are admitted will be eligible to mem bership in the bar association. SUPREME COURT CASES. Arj-MimeiilH from Three Comities Heard YcNlerda . Montpeller. Oct. 2. Arguments were completed in supreme court this morn ing in tho Holland comity case of Itobert A. Lawrence, State's attorney, vs. the Holland Hallroad company. Atty.-Gcn. C. C. Fitts argued for tho State and Judge 11. II. Poweis closed for the' defendant railroad. The Franklin county case of State vs. Dennis Gllmoto was also argued this forenoon. All the other cases In Franklin county on tlu trial docket have been continued. The Caledonia county e-ase of Kmlly Hocasli against tho town of Ilard iwlck which had been set for hearing was continued, nnd the Caledo-ila county case of 12. S. Wade- v Charles M. Ilruce, o. nl. was submitted on briefs. The Lamollln county ense of 1 1. A. Hatch against the estate of Orange Iteyiiolds was argued this afternoon by Hullard .t Milliard for the plnliitllt and J. W. Hedmond and It. W, Hul burd for tile defendant, This Is an appeal from tile commissioners. The othor Lnmolllii county case on tho trial docket, that "f F. 11. Douglass vs. Charles A. Carr was set for hearing next Tuesday morning. This com pletes the assignment tor tho first week of the term. The cases to he argued the second nnd last week of the term are from Chittenden and Washington counties. mrs. w. h. Dubois dead. Fell lion n Cellar Mnlrs und Net or Itrgaliicil Coiisi'loiisiirss. Rnndolph, Oct. 2 'Mrs, William H. DuHols, widow of tho Into Hon, William j.,.h.,i w4 jtlUoA J-W uioralnfi u tho rpsult of a fnll down the- collar stiilrs at her Imtne-. She struck her head em the cellar pavement. SI made no cry but tho noise when sin. fell hrouxiil her step-daughter, Mrs. Homer Hell, to the scene', Mrs, Hell reached her before she- died, but Mrs. DuHols was entirely linconscloin. The cause of the fall Is thought to be n shock or dizziness for eho had been subject to them previously. Her hands seem to have bum near her head as lot a pain, rather than an nl- i lempi io save nerscn irom mo laiai fall. The other members of the family vi'!P cnlled, but arrived after she had bVpathed her last. The rli-ccncd past her fi'-lh blrthdav only Monday (Sept. 30.). The arrannetnents for the funeral have not as ct been mnilp. CHARGED WITH FURNISHING I,. It. I'allersnn of Wiilerlmr.r I'laced under !S,00 Hull al Mnnlpcllcr. Montnelier. Oct. 2 On an information filed by Slate's Attorney Gates against L. II. Patterson of Waterbury for fur nishing. Patterson was bronchi Into coun ty rouit this evening. Hall of J.'o was furnished b George Patterson of St. Al bans. DEATH OF A. A. FLETCHER. Was I'roinlneiil I'olll lelan ami llusl ness Mall of Mlddlebnrj'. Mlddlebury. Oct. 2. Tho lion. Albeit A. Fletcher died at his homo on South stuet nt three o'clock this morning. Colonel Fletcher has been In III health for several months and wa.s confined t i th- house several weeks last winter and spring, but wa.s about most of tho sum mer and able to attend to his business until recently. Thn Immediate cnuso of eleath was acute kidney trouble. Colonel Fletcher was horn in Hridport. the son of Fans and Anna (Miner) Fletch er, August IT, 1ST!.". He resided In Hrld poit until IW, when he came to Mlddle bury and has ri'.slded where he died since. The ilecea.-ed was always active In po litical matters and held several politic il positions, but was not an ntllceseekor. Hesides holding various town and village olllces he was elected one of the Addison county .-enators in 1S42 and was an active anil ltitluenti.il member of the Legisla ture ot that year. For the past 23 years lie has beon president of the Mlddlebury National hank. Mr. Fletcher wa.s .vldely known not onlv in Addl.-on county, but through out Hie State and beyond. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Henry Hale, of Lockport, N. Y., and four children, namely: Paris nf St. Paul, Minn., John A. of M dill-bury. Harry II. of Forsyt.h, Montana and Anna, wife of Theodore D. Wells of New York city. MRS. READ RE-ELECTED. Mill tleilll of I'hr Vermont W. C. T. U. Inline- ilrl Drillcntrd to the Canst-. Hrandon, Oct. 2. The Mrd 'annual con vention of tli State W. C, T, I', con vention was closed this evening ufti r listening lo an address by Mile Merle d'Anbln of Pans on "The Outlook for Timperance m Switzerland and France." Mr. Ida II. lb reelected tei-da d of Shelburne wa.s president of the State oiganlZHtion. The elcct'on was presided out by Mis. 1.. initial presiden M N. Stevens, the na Tr full list of officers follows: Pn Side nt. Mrs. Ida II. Heed of Shelbur-e.; vVp-prenU n t. Mrs. 12. H. Lund if Hurlingtem, s,.,Tetarv. Mrs. G. K. Davison of N-wfire; iv.iriltng secre tary, Miss May Mudaett ol North Hydo Park: t re i surer. Mrs. 12. Mead Denny of .Montpeller; audltoi. Mrs 1211-n 1-2. B. Turner of St. JolinMiury. Two beintlfiil .ir!or vitae wreaths, which grew on the birthplace of Miss Frances W'llord wore pirt-ntnd to Mrs. Stevens and Misn Gordon to placo on the graves of the Wlllards at Hose Hill ceme--tery. Another Improslve scene was tho calling of a little girl. Hxelvn Conk of llramliin, to tlv- platform and dedicating hor to tin- W. C. T. F. of Vermont. Tho white rlblion was tlo.l on he-r left arm bv Miss Gordon In her u-tul lmpresslvo way. Th- niPmorial service prepared by Mrs. F. A. Morse was abbievlatisl as the hour was late with the singing of "Nearer My God to Thee" and Ihe W. C T. F. bene diction the morning session was closed, The afternoon wns largely given up to department reports and the adoption of resolutions. Aside ftom the address of Mile Amhlgne in the evening there was a chalk talk by Mrs. 12 A. Kenyon. ELECTION OF OFFICERS, Junior Order I'nllnl tmerlean Mo olilliiles Finishes lllislnrss. Montpeller, Oct. 2--At the closing ses. sion of the 1.1th annual meeting of the State council of the Junior Order of Fnltesl American Mechanics, held in Grand Army hall this morning, it was voted to try the Judiciary system, mak ing a e-oint oT appeals for any differ ences that may arise between individual memlKTs or 'between councils in differ ent parts of the State. 11. F. Humphrey of East Hurke was elected chief .fudge and A. 12. White of Montpeller and C D. 12rwln of Newport Center ns associate Judges. It was voted that Supreme Councilor W. 12. Glildlngs of Springfield should succeed himself Other officers elected lire: Vice councilor, W. It. Jeffrey of Fast Htlike; senior vice councilor, 12. M. Massey of North Danville; chief scc retaiy, A. F.. White of Montpeller; chief treasurer, c, J. ICtng of Olover: con ductor, H. L. Illi'hiirdson of Montpeller: warden, 12. II. Harvey or Fast Hurke; Inside sentinel, Gem go L. Hovt eif Lyn don; nutsido sentinel, II. A. Green of Wheeleick; chaplain, 12. C. Magoon of .Montpeller; trustee for thr'-e years, It, A. Green of Wheolock; national retires sentatlve, W. 12. Glildlngs of Spring Held. RECESS IN FEDERAL COURT. First Case Cannot He Tried nl Holland until Neil Work, Hutland, Oct. 1 The October term nf federal court opened here this afternoon at 3 o'clock, Tho only business tills after noon was llio charging and administra tion of thn oath to tho grand and potlt Juries, A recess was taken until to-morrow morning nt in o'clock when, It Is probable, a further recess will bo taken until next Tuesday. At this lime tho neg ligence case brought by Fred W. Sivago of Granville, N. Y., vs, the Hutland rail road, will be tried, Mr. Savage claims HO.ofiO damages for Injuries received in the Verge'ntns wreck of December 1, I!"'.. The c'ise wns put over a week be cause Judge H. H. Powers, chief coun sel for the Hutland rnJIioad, Is busy In i 'preine court. Th" negligence cn'e of Chnrlrs D, Phelps vs. tin- Hutland railroad grow ing out of Injuries received nt Hnrlinc ton ilcpnt, which wns scheduled for trial this term, will probably be tried at I! r. llngton. The rnso of Joseph II. S' Clair vs. the Coopcrnnt Tplephe.in t n panv stands for trlnl ns does the e aso of tho Fnlon Hridge company vs tho Connecticut Vnlley Lumber company. The negligence ense, Genovesl's mini. vs. the D. A It railroad, also seh-did d fot trial, cannot be benrd ns the tidmut v tnttor Is In Seattle, Wash. I.AFOFNTA IN-COFFUY WFDDIVr- Adeilphiis H. I .a fountain of H'irH ton and Miss Mary 15. Coffey of Rut land were mnrrli-d at St. Peter's Church hern to-day. The eerrmonv Was performed by he Hex J, M Hrown. pastor of St. Peters, In Hit pris-nce of mini',' friends nnd icl'i- tlvis, The bridesmaid xvas Mis J ! i o Coffe v. ihe bride's sister, nnd t!i- nn' man was Wilfred LnFountaln of I'n HiiRton. brother or the groom S wed din breikrnst wns sprvnd nft t i ceremonv nt Hie homo of the lud s laients The couple will pj' th 'r w ill Iti it trip In Albany and ,' rU' and will sj -nil the winter In Nt .V York BAY STATE MEN COMING. Will He Gut-sts of -lnle Hoard .if I'linriuncy nl Monlpeller. M-irtpelier, l-t 1. At a 'pi'in r v meeting of the State board of i an , i , to be held W'dnesih, Oetolier o, il i State House for the pxnmination if i -dl'latPs. the members of the Jh i i setts board will be guests of ' i i monters a-id while here will 'm d -rti' '- discuss the desirability of a iwc"- .1 formlty In th- phnrmflcy laws of the uvo States. OHDI2H OF MI-2CIIANICS GHriVS The Kisth annual State conv t n nf the Junior Order ot Fnltci Ai r -can Mechanics opened this aftrton In Grand Army Hall with abn-n 1 delegates and visiting orllcers pre- - it Tlie report of Arthur 1-2. Wilt! Montpeller, State secretary, show-el 'V present membership In the St ite f ?(, a gain of 200 during the ft year, and the report of C. J. King f GIovit, the treasup-r, showed all hi'lsj paid nnd $417 In Hip treasury This evening a public meeting wii IipM which was attended by mcirle s or (be companion order ot Daugl teri of America. 2Iuslc and an r.d.lr' ss ,v the Hev. A. J. Hough was followed bv a baneiiet. After the V aiuiu'-t a team from the Green Mountain Council f Montpeller exemplified 'tho degr o work. The convention will "ontlni through to-morrow forenoon. Officers for the ensuing year will be elc ted at that session. VERMONT WOMEN'S CLUBS. Crmtlli or Hie --Clip I'eilerallnn He ported ut Annual Heeling lu Windsor. Windsor. Oct. ; -The L'th annual -ing of the Verriont Foil. .rat. on n -en's c'.iihs ,ipen-il very ausp. 'Icisl.. n All Souls Church ihls morning The i-dr-ss of welcome was glcn by M-s Si a Med. Perkins, pres. dent of the Fi . mis a Council, the local club, which was . i v responded lo b the federation oris.., i, Mrs. M.nnio H. Hazen of St. J.. in- The ri'lj-irt of the recording ? : tin gave 27 clubs In thu federation, n gt ' f one over last year. The new ciun is t. h La Dourzalno at We-st Pawlet. The report of the torresjHinding secre tary, Mrs. A. H. Noyes of St. Johnsui- , was read by the record. ng s cretarj, Mrs. T. A. Davis, of Hutland. The president'!, annual address wa.s fu of good Miggi-stlous for the eomintf year s work. Weilnc-day afternoon the report of t'n educational an-l library commit 'oo was read by Mrs. I2mma IP Powers of Lyn donville, a member of the committee The report of the chairman of the legis lative committee was Riven by the a r m.'in, Mrs. C. C. Fitts of Hrmioboro, Hef-rence was made to tho fact tint a woman had leon appolnt-d on tho b-u-i of visitors to State Institutions, win li appointment euue to the president of ti 's federation. An Invitation wa extend J to the delegates to visit the State s pr s on Thursday afternoon. Hegret was x prcsscd that there Is no school jn v s Stale for !lie benefit of defective ''i dren. The report of the reciprocity comml t i was read hv the secretarv and give -V. fact that several new papers have In en added during to the already good lis', during tho past year. Tlie report of tin- household scl. r.cn and pure food committee, was given - Mrs. J. H. Needham of Hutland. Re ports from various clubs In the Sti'n wer" Interspersed at both sessions. The report of the General Federal m State Sei retarv Mrs. Susan K Hal. h gave encouraging correspondence W't'i clubs In the State not jot federated HLVHPTION IN THU I2V12N1NO A very delightful reception was 1 '1 at the home of Mrs. Albert Weston ibis, evening, when a large number of guests were received bv Mrs Perkins, presi dent of the hostess cluh. Mrs. Weston, Mrs. Minnie P. Ilazen, Slate president, Mrs. T A. Davis, secretary and Mrs. Jennie Valentine, treasurer. A verv large exhibition or arts nml crafts wns hold In the vostrv of t io church, many clubs In the State contri buting nrticbs, which weie admired and many were pold. The amount and variety or articles shows a wide ln'crtst In till" subject. MRS. LEW WALLACE DEAD. Had Lrcnl l.llrrarj Ability nu,l . slxlcd Her Husband In Ills Writings. Crawfoitlsvllle, Ind. Oct. 2 Mrs. Susan 12, Wnllacn. widow of Gen. Lew Wallace, died lust night. She had great literary ability and assisted her husband In his writings. n.MPIlHOH FKANCLS JOSKPII ILL. Vienna, Oct. 2. Fmperor Francli Joseph is fontlned to his apartments: nt Schoenhrunn castle, suffering front an attack of bronchial catarrh. Hli .Majesty's physicians say his condition Is not dangerous, but ho needs a good rest.