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THE BURLINGTON IWEIG J'RESS : THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 15)07. HAPPENINGS IN YERMONT, (Conf I no ml from llh l'nec) B. Wright ami two grandchildren, I.con ntiil l.col.i visited F. If. Wrlftlit In South lid) nltcm icccntly. KANDOLPH. Frank l.ruhwny was arrested Snndny evening for Intoxlciitlon ami Impeding Officer Fr.n.U Kctchum, town police, He Wiis tried hefoie Homer Villi, justice of the pence, and plead guilty to Intoxica tion. He was fciitcneed to 30 days In Chclsci and costs of .V1..M, but rather than take sentence signed the plertKe. For the seeoml offense, !w waived exnm Inatlon, and was hound over to county court for which W bill was furnished by the H". Fr.ir.er Metzscr. At the embolic pari!! house Monday nftrrnmin, Jllu l.onii, daughter of Mr. a -d Mrs. Joi'ph l.filcuti, of Urnlntice, was married to Hoy Hnilth of Uothcl. The .oremon.v w.is performed at two o'clock ., Cue presence of Fred and Miss Delia tpilcau, brother and sister at the bride, i nil Mr. ami Mrs. William Ituteau of Hnltic, Conn., uncle and aunt of the bride. Tin- ling service was used by the Jtev James L. Fenders of the Catholic Church. The happy couple left on the iiftrinoon train for a wedding tour through the northern part of Vermont, nfter which they will make their home In H"thel. The bride i well known In Jtatulolph and Is a popular youm; lady In her home town. The groom Is the Junior number of the tlmi of 1Uee & Smith of F.ctlie, where he Is enjoys the esteem of the people. flcorge Sparhawk has returned to Heaver, Fa., nfter being with his family at l.uther Pparhawlt's. F.lmer linn has leturncil to Hnrre alter 1 Iiir at V. V. Ilean's. "V. 12. Hand 1 (ontlmd to the house by n sevete rough and substitute, A. J. Ituse. carries the mall. The Kev. (Seorge Gilbert of Middletown, Conn., Is In town. -John Curran and family are to move shortly from their farm to the. Frank Mot.n houe on Central street. Leslie numrlll is spentllng a few days In Swan ton attending the convention. 1 lermon Ford wo a business caller in town yes terday. RANDOLPH CENTRE. rt. It. Wood, aged about r". years, nnd Misn Clytte llyzer, aped about L',1 years, were joined In marriage September :'.0, by the Kev. George (i. Hone. Mr. Wood did not set up the clgirs. and after watting one neck for hltn alout .V of his ac qua.ntancns appeared at bis residence Inst Monday night armed with proper In Urumcnts and maile things lively. The r.imi'.y had tetireil but tho music was so noise that Mr. Wood nude his appe.ir Kiee, made excuses of brim; uniirepared, but finally Introduced Mrs. Wood and or dered the Heats on whirl, the company d sprsed. While F. 12. Hurke was skid-e'-i.g log a lew days ngn a log rolled en his legs bruising them b:idly and Mr. F.urke is on crutches. S. H. Carpenter and fimily have vacated their pi fold to C A. I'rbcr last spring and h:ie movd into the village and rented a part of Mr.-. Harriet lilodgett's ho.is-e.Tho Hon AleMinder Dunnett of St. Johns biir, Fnitcd States district attorney, stepped over Sunday and was a guest of Htlke F.irislt and Hip Hon. X. U tiojden from ulin-c oil r he graduated r.'l year net. F.-ul S i'.tckford Iris sold his Mm--r.-n four )tats old stallion, Pnubert H., in n p.-irtv who sliippi d him Monday to a Mot k fa i in in Ohio. He also sold a three jeers on colt to t'ac same party. 11. A. r."'ir ice nu.l wUe, who have spent the summer hen- at their cottage, seturned t- tneir home in Philadelphia last week. M ss Maud Hill of Fist Randolph, wlto leis been in feeble health a Ions time, was bnriri list Sunday. BRAINTREE. Mr and Mrs. I!. H. Mann nnd Mr. and I'rs P. 1. Fisher went Monday to Hos. ton for a two weeks visit. William 1111 1 tic- of Potsdam, N Y.. has bought Klvii. Mitrtln's farm in Kani F.ralntree paying -'"'"" Hp takes poses-ston the llrst of November but does not Intend to move hi ir until s-pritig. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dine of Waitsfield we:e In town last week on business. Mrs. I.uey I'lsher has returned home from Randolph.-Hurry AVh te if Rrittletioro is vlt-itliiK his si tei, Mrs. fieorpe KInKhnin. Miss 12thel f , veland is In Waltstield the pnet of Mrs ' M. Dana a former schoolmate. f'harlts Montgomery of Hoston and Mrs. JIary Montftomery and daupliter of Rand ilph vsited at J. I,. Fisher's last week. Dr. Ri-li and family have re turned to HorllnRton after enmpini,' live week's on the V. I. Spear farm. Dcnl hfin boomis of OilmnnKtnn, Wis., vllt- 1 at Pliali'iida (Ixiotnls) Ifas.s'.s week. -12. II. Powers and Sherman last flod- frey have each recently built a round siln and Mr. Powers and Blnnhnm have each purchaswt a gasoline enKine and are now busy the torr. 1'irne John new with CHELSEA. The annual reunion of Co. I. 13th Vt. Volunteers was held at Sons of Veterans 3 lull last Saturday. Sixteen of the X furvlsors were present, Includini? Henry ( ram from Providence, R. I., who had not leen with them for years. It was the t.'ith anniversary of their enlistment. - Last Saturday a two-year-old chestnut colt beloiiKine to W. H. Hearborn and runnlnn In the Cleveland field off Maple Pt. fell Into n. board covered will and was so Injured that It bad to be killed. Mrs, L. Jn. Moody and lnfnnt son are (ruosts of some of his former parishioners. (Worse 12. Hutch of Mllford, N, II., Is the puest of bis brother, Postmnster U'lllard S. Hatch. Landlord KlKln D. Haines Is runnlnK the TunbrldBo House durltiK the "World's Fair," as hn did last year, i.ud 'William Robblns is ti mporarily In charge of Orantfe County hott! Nathan Hanson of Plymouth, N. II . has recently visited his Mater, Mrs. "Walter F. Adams, Is belnij the first time in at years. Will A. Heed, a younj; far mer on the Randolph road, had the mid dle finder of his rlt'ht hand badly mutilated In an ensilttKo irutter recently - Philip .!. Llttls, who recently with his fatnll.v removed to Leominster, Mass., is In town looklns after, the crops upon his farm. Col. 12. S, Hmery, collector of cus toms of the Memi'hremaeoff district with Mrs. Kmery Is spendliiR the week at Orange County hotel. .Mrs. ICllen Dur ltee, iikiiI OS years, died Saturday evenhiK at the home of her daushter, Mrs. W. II, Drnsmore, after n short Illness, She was the widow of the Into H. P. Durke vim died In November l!'0O In Timbrlrige, -Miss Allen McCJulllIn of Atkln, Minn. Is to spend the winter with her aunt Mrs. Mary Cleorso.Tho new Clrnnfin bail In Fred A. Ordway's block was dedicated recently, Mrs. Chas. K. flod- fny, who has been vIsltlriK her friend Mis, Fred 13. Weeks at Shirley, Mass., has rold her plnce on Jail St., to OeorK'i W Kersey nnd IiIh daURhter, Mrs. Holmes - Mrs. Flanders sells her household goods at auction Saturday, Will C. Holmes has leturned from New York. Mr nnd Mrs. Harry.. Hell of Leominster Mass., urn guests nt OrariRn County hotel, They were, lesldents here sixteen years airo where ho was mnnnKor of tho Hell Shoo compnny, Mr. Hell Is manuRlnc ,JI- .. I i..... prlso nnd comes Imck for the fall hunt annual.. , Orrln V. Durbank ol Somor vllle, Mnej., came Saturday for a week's visit with his paronts, Mr. and Mrs, Lyman A. Burbank. ORLEANS COUNTY. CRAFTSBURY. Day Sawyer, aped nbout 10 years, son of M. L, Sawyer, underwent a serious operation Friday for stoppage. Drs. Maynard of HurllnBton, Kinney of tlreensboro nnd DllllnRham of this vil la rp performed thp operation. The boy reems to be dolllK Well. Miss Myra (hiRe, a trained nurse from HurlltiKton. Is cnrliiR for him. II. V. Hlshop has purchased C. C. Stratton's farm for fefl. Homer lUrtletln has purchased of Hen Hovt the two story Jiousc near his store for Jl.riOo. Harry 12mery has rent ed H. C. Moody's vlllnRo residence, pos session to be clven October 13. The Mother (loose entertainment Riven by the children on children's nb;ht at the (IratiRo was an enjoyable occasion for both old and youiiR. LIrIU yofreslimi nts were served. (lludys txine from Hyde Park Is worltliiR In the stotc of Mrs, 12. N. Nelon. NEWPORT. Ficd I'iitcnach passeil n few days with his mother, Mrs. -J. C. Catlunach. Mr. and Mr-. Henry Smith are the parents of twins bom September '.1. 13. I. Drury, who tins been passing a few days at O. 1 1. Rnwson-s, returned to Montpellrr Tuesday. Ora Hwett of Ar HtiRton, Mass., Is passlnu ;i few days with bis parents. The dlstrli t meetlns of the Hebekahs was held hero In the I. O. O. F. hall last we. 1:. L'n'RC delegations from Island Pon I, Tl.li ton and Deiby Line w v pre sent, A bamiuct was Riven Tinusdriy evenliiR to .ilxiilt 'jpfl peoplo, 12. F. SpnuldiiR has returned to this vicinity with IPs houseboat nnd Is anchored op posite 1'arr.infs Point. He has a book In which the names of all collets nnd vis itors are registered containing at present i.i names. These nnmps Include many fiom all parts of the country, some from fnn len countries. Work on the Lady ij the 1,-ike has been completed and tlu boat is now In winter quarters. The win ter schedule of trains on the H. & M. went Into ffpet Sunday nlRht. 12. C. Hlanchaid ami family are In Hoston for a few days Miss Minnie Williams Is assisting In t'.e Nitional Hani:. Th" students of the Rrainniir school and up Rave a lix social at Aeadeiny hall Sat urday evening. C4REENSBORO. Tile rt"V. and Mrs. P.. .1. Hartou nre attendiiirt the State Sunday school convention this week at Manchester ami will visit Mlddlebnry and alls bury before teturnlntr home. -Mrs. 1. D. Maroon Is lsltlnu in Mnnehcstr.v, N. II.. for a few days.--Mrs. It. 13. Tol man Is spendltiR two weeks with li"r sister In West Charleston. A. i. Coouaer and wife are parents of n son hot n Friday afternoon. Mrs. W, P. Stafford visited her father, ,1. A. (loss, over Sunday. Mrs. Mary Ke.irnan of Philadelphia Is with her cousin, Miss Kinney, for a f w days. W. S. Ii Ralls Is home from Old Orchard for a short stay. Roland Thornton of St. .Johns bury visited nt C. A. Goodrich's Sun day. Albeit Yoimpr raised the frame for an addition to his barn Saturday. Miss F. J l.lndsav visited at her brother's, J. J. Lindsay, over Sunday. William Hill lost his driving horse of horse distemper last week. Harry Dow, wife and child, returned irom SprltiKfiold. Mass., Thursday. He bought somn new machinery for the shop. BROWNINGTON. Thomas Smith has bought tile 12. R. Lei tnd house nnd Ibniy Lel.-ind has bought the blicksinltb shop. Mrs. Crandall I" visiting her daughter, Mrs. 12. M. Porter. Mis. M. F. Cheney, who has In en on the sick list, Is improving. F. .1. Montelth has bought the 12!i.-ha Foster saw mill. Charles Pierce, who has been riuite sick, Is able to be out again. Mrs. Lucy Woodbury returns to her home In Island Pond this week. F.dward Carpenter and Vlnda Perkins were marrleel recently. Guy Shepherd of Albany has hired Arthur Powers's farm and will take possession soon. Charles M. H.'iRnr and Miss Oraeo M. Hitehins of Hrownlngtou were man .oil September IK at the Congregational parsonage at Harton Landing by the Rev. (5. L. Sliaef rer. DERBY. Mrs. C. II. Hates went to New York last Frlduy and will leturu this week. John AVood has moved to F.dward Dernsha's larm which he has taken for five years. Farmers are feeling ipilto anxious beie about the rainy w cither. Many of them have largo iiiantltles of grain and corn cut and rotting on the. ground. Henry Davis's baby girl died last Friday night it was eight days old and was sick only a few hours. Mrs. Davis was very sick at the time of its death, but fs reported a little bet t(.r,Ouy Cook has moved hU family Into Luther Snwyer's house, Mr, Sawyer having moved back to his farm. Mr. Huckland bus moved into the house be Inught of Charles Daggett after thoroughly repairing It. Luclan Jenne's ttoro house was dedicated last Friday night by an informal dance. Harton Orout of Newport was at Ills father's, George Orout, last Hundny. I2ggs are selling at 30 cents per dozen and buttei for SI cents per pound. LOWELL. William Ke'.ley has moved from Mrs. L. Hrown's tenement Into the hotd he lately purchased of the Charles Ol ten wood estate. Mr. Kelley will continue his hotel business. Huell Potter passed lust week In Falrtleld.-Mis. I.. R. Sin clair was In Hurlington this week. R. M. Pnweis has sold Ills f.itm to his son-in-law, Leo Shufelt. Mrs. C. A. Harre was in Montgomery Center Monday to at tend the funeral of her niece, Mis, .Morse. Mis. Carpenter of Rlchford Is tile guest of her sister, Mrs. Laura IJrown. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Parents are In Hiirllng ton this week to consult an occullst In ,..,a m Mrs. P.irents's eves. Mrs. AitO l,e:ie li of Watervllle s stopping a short time with her daughter, Mrs. George Mitchell. The marriage of F.Imn carter ..,i n.vli.i-t Kniclit was solemnized K.. member :S. Instead of Lima Knight and Herbert Carter as was reported last work, RUTLAND COUNTY. BENSON. The work on tho town hall Is progress lag vigorously and us far as our oh Hem noes, the transformation Is agieeable to the citizens who pay tho bill The) vault Is completed, being made of bilrk laid up In mortar with a massive Iron door. Mr. and Mrs, William L. Hamlll and two sons of Dobba Ferry nro spending their minimi outing here board i r. liehlnu's. Mrs. Ilattlo Drown of Whitehall la vlsltlnff her sister, Mrs. 1'. 12. Wilcox, here. Jay Roberts and wife have gone West for an extended visit. They will return by way of Leovllle, jjulsana, whero Mr. Roberts hns a brother. Mrs. Julia Hlg gins has returned from Putm-an whero she has been for several weeks among iclatlves. Mrs. Sarah Reevl, widow of the In t n Fred Reed, dleel at her homo In Cnstleton Sunday morning, The remnltui v ere brought hero for burial besldo her husband. Samuel Smith nnd wife, Mrs. (1. A, Mungnr, Mildred Moore and Jnmes Young weie Rutland visitors Saturday. A. C. Moore was In Fair Haven Satur day. FORESTDALE. Mr. and Mrs. (1. II. Churchill were nmong the excursionists to New York last week. The Woman's Auxiliary met with Mrs. A. C. Ch.ipen Wednesday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. 13. K. P.irtlow are passing a week with Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Cooke of Danby. iMIss 1'lotence Kimball of Ludlow passed Sunday In this place. Mr. and Mrs. Vninum Whit comb of Itutluid are visiting their sou, W. 11. C. Whltconib. Mrs. A. S. Newlon has gone to Salisbury whero she will p.i3s the winter with her daughter, Mis. Paul F. eld. Mr. and Mrs. Antolne For tler of Proctor an- visiting relatives here 1. C. Newton of Tlenndernga, N". Y., and 13 A. Newton of West Sallsbuty pnsed Sunday with their brother, C. F. Newton. Miss Mattie Nicklaw of Rut Innd Is visiting In r parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. 13. Nlcklnw. PROCTOR. (I. C.ido. k Thompson hn.s gone to Wood stock and White River Junction on his vacation. 1 3rnest J.ner) has leturned from the hospital. Mrs. Lucy Skecls l in Schenectad), N. Y., visiting her daugh ter. Thmua- Nnonnn has entered the Rutland lluslness Cnleije. -A. O. Dodge, manager ol the stole, lias gone to Hos ton. John Young Is winking In (he ni" il Ing room of the Vermont Matble com pany. Dr. CI. M, Somers has gone to New Yuri; city. Miss (Imce Kr 11 has returned to Hoston. Mr. nnd Mrs. (leorge Keefe left We(ln"dny for Ncv York, where Mis. Keefe Is to have treatment. Mr. F. D. Proctor, has gone to Hoston w th her daughter. Miss I2mlly, who Is to re sume her studio In Hi- school of the Misses Oilman. Mr. and Mr. L. A, Venzey will take c' nige of the leneher' dm mltory in tile near future W. II. L.nenln has gone to Sei-enectid) , '.. Y.. where he hns secured woik. Alb. rt Cunningham has con" to Springfield, Mass., where ho will woik in a machine shop. BR A1H3 ON. Peter Collins died of apoplexy Satur day at h." lio in- on Pearl .-tie, t. Mr. Collins was in h! usual heiiltli during the forenoon and aiioiit twohe o'clock diove to his home fur 1 1 1 . i n i- ,i!.. was taken 'II while driving up to the bouse and died v tliin 1.1 mnutis. Mr. C.illlns wn.s a trainer of hordes nnd had ids stable at the Hrandon Inn barn. Hi sides a wife he Is survived by a Von and daughter. Adrian R. Webb leaves town thi week for Rut land, wl.i re he will spend the winter with kitives. Mis. W. A. lilrard lias leturned to her home in Grand Isle. c. II. Hliss returned Saturday to his home In New Yoik city Miss Maud Farnham spent Sunday at her home in Shore-ham. Mrs. Christine Hause lu. gone to Proctor for several day.' stay with her son. A. R. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. C. 12. Smith, O. H. Young and W. O. Ray went to Orwell Sund-iy to attend the funeral of S. Y. Fel- ton. 1). .1. Murray Is quite 111 at his home at l ores! Park farm Miss Ruth Hurn- bam of Mlddlebnry spent Sunday witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rum- bam. WASHINGTON COUNTY. MONTPELB3R. The divorce ia-e of I2tta Fuller of Ro.vbury ..gainst I-ro. Fuller was heard at the no in recess of Washington county urt Thursday. A bill is bought for desertion. On an information tiled by State's Attorney Gates, Henry Patneaugh of Harre was brought into court Thurs day morning eiinrged with illegally sell ing Intoxicating liquor. Hail was fixed nt JTffl. Mrs. Sarah Dewey, foimcrly of this city. d!d Sunday afternoon at the hone! of George Miles of Middlesex, aged 7S years. She was a native of Moretown where her early life was spent. She is survived bv two sisters, Mrs. Martha Wright of this city, who Is se years old, and Mrs. Clara Stowell of Kansas City, who is Ti. Her husband died 21 years ago. Funeral sendees were held Tucsilay morning at 11 o'clock from Hie People's Church on Nortbtleld street and burial was in the cemetery at Rerlin Corner. Gulseppe Hlanchl and Miss I2nncen7.o TomasI, both of this city, were mar ried Monday morning by M. W. Wheelock, Justice of the peace. Tha groom Is a granite cutter and the newly married couple are to reside In this city. Nathan Hancrnft has purchased of Ros. will Van Orman the stage lino between Montpeller and Worcester. Mr. Rancrort was formerly proprietor of this line. The Jury in the case of Hiram IS. Welge, ndmlnlstintor of the estate of Israel Gullniont, vs the Central Vermont Railway conipanv, now on trlil In Wash ington county intirl, were taken Tues day morning to Tabor's enisling, Inside the city limits, where (iuilmont was killed in November, 1!1, The Jury In tho malpractice case of Delbert (1. Law son vs. Doctors Crane and Hall returned n verdict Monday evening for the plain tiff to reeoer Jl.frif) and his costs. The defendants will take the case to supreme court. William S. Kenerson of Rarre and Miss I3mmu 12. l.ee ot this city were mauled Monday evening bv the Rev. Dr. J. 13d ward Wright. After a brief wedding trip to Hoston Mr. and Mrs. Kenerson aie to leside In Rarre, Miss Clara F.mma Thetlault and Karl" Leslie Hillings were married Tuesday morning at St. Augustine's Chinch by the Rev. Father J. J. CulUoti. Miss Carrie Hurke of llano acted as brides maid and O. W. Gnlale of this city was best man. Following the ceremony the wedding pnrtv went to the home of the bride on Franklin street for break fast and left on the nine o'clock train for Niagara Falls on a wedding trip. The v will be at home nfter November 1 at No. I .lav street. Renjamln Gates has received word that John It. Gates, ids brother, who Is a mlslnnnry at Fluball, Rhodesia, South Africa, was to he married yesteiday to MLs Ivodgc, a Massachusetts gill who Is nlso a inlKslonnry at that point. Mr. Gate attended Montpeller Seminary In !ll and was for a time a cleik In the old Taplln store. The funeral of Mrs, Zlpporah II. Gould was hold Tuesday afternoon from her late homo In Last .Montpeller, the Rev. Dr. J. 13dward Wright otllc'atlng, and burial was In the Culler ceineieiy. Mrs. Gould was 01 years old the "fitli ot last Si-ptemlier nnd was the oldest person hi Hast Montpeller. She was 111 a week with pneumonia. She was boin In Hralntiee but had lived In Fist Montpeller CI years. She leaves seven children, Presiding F.lder W. S. Smlthers oniclat- ed Monday evening at tho wedding at Darru of Prank A. Worthen of St. Johns bury and Mies Dva L. Wrk of Uarre. The case of Hiram 1). Wedge, ndmln Istrator of the estate of Israel Oull mont vs, the Central Vermont railway, which went on trial In Washington county court Tuesday mornlnir, cnino to mi abrupt rndlni? yesterday after noon. Tho defendant railroad Intro duced no testimony and when tho plaintiff rested, W, 11. C, Stlcknoy ar gued a motion for a verdict for the defendant company on the ground that the testimony at the second trial wiis the same as at the first trial, and that supreme court sent the case back nnd reversed tho Judgment on the ground that on the evidence Intro duced nt the first trial the court should have directed a verdict for tho com pany because of contributory negli gence on the part of the plaintiff. F. L. Laird and It. A. Hoar opposed this motion for a verdict and the court look It tinder consideration, This af ternoon Judge Wntennnn rernntcd the motion, ordered the Jury to return n Verdict for the defendant railroad to recover Its costs, and the case went off the docket. Miss Camllli! A. Jerome nnd Guy W. Helknap of Hrilshton, N. Y., were mar ried yesterday afternoon at St. Augus tine's Chinch rectory by the Rev, Fattier J J. Culllon. The couple wero attended by Mr. and Mrs. James A. Jerome, parents of the bride. Follow ing a dinner nt the hotne of the hridn on North Franklin street. Mr. atvl Mrs. Helknap left Inst evening for n wedding 'rip. They are to reside q Windsor where the groom Is a tele graph operator mid will be at home Oleic after November 1. NORTIIFIELD At a meeting of the niembei" of Com pany F Saturduy evening, Harry C, Moseley was elected cnptim In place of Unroll M, Howe, resigned. Mr. Mofeley was captain previous lo Mr. Howe's elec tion, is a giaduilo of Norwich t'nivcr sity and well equipped to maintain the high standard of the company. Mr. Howe's efforts have been In the line nf xreater eflieleiiey, and he has been the recipient of many conilIments for the excellent results hr lias brought about. Unity, son of Mr.. 12. W. Shnrpe. died Saturday. The young man had been In poor health for sp-crnl years and the end was not unip.-led. Funer.il sei Vices weie conducted nt the home Mon day foienoou and the liody token out of town for Interment. The Rev. Walter Dole, at 111" request, has ben g.-anted a four months' leave of nbsence from Ills duties and work in the t'niiersillst parish, nnd will b-aio annut the tlrt of December for Florida, where he will act as pastor of a church located In one of the winter renrls EAST ROXBURY. Geoige Foss acted as subat!ute for mail carrier on rouie three from Nortb tleld several dm- lnt week A. S, Stewart, who 1 , .. -i.ar Rerlin Pond, showed him one hill ot eight potatoes thai iielglnd si pounds William Stewart has tlnlshcl worl; for George Knowles and goni to Rocklnirn. Canada. -Mr. and Mr. o. 11 Humphrey returned to Waltham, Mass.. Saturday. Mrs. Loren Churchill I- quite I. WATERBURY CENTER. Dr. 12. .1. Foster and J. o. Freeman wero away the last of the wo k on busi ness connected w Hi the G. A. R. Mrs. .Maria Sherwin and son of Morrtstown were, at C. C. ,1 r. C. Hayes's last week. W. 13. Mai - .all Is lecovcrlng from his recent illness i -id Is able to attend to bl.s business. Janv Godfrey and family of Hoston called on rt lathes and friends Monday of las' week. John Paul Is rais ing the roof of 's home and making other improvements P. L. Huzzell is doing the work. Mrs. c,,.irge Hnbert of Middlesex who Is stopp.ng with hei pit-enf, Mr. and Mrs. A. K Sinalley. gave birth to a daughter last Tuesday. October 1 Archie Dow spent Smelly at home.- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson were nt C. C, Mar shall's Sund'iv VrtTSur lVeor has moved from Stone to i e tenement at the end of the trestle. yirihur Tilt spent Sunday at Joseph Tail".-' Miss Grace Hill lias re turned from .1 imestowi and reports a very ple.is.i!.' I rip. There was a Freu Haptlsl soc'al.'i last we.-k Wednesday at Jose. Pike's EAST WARREN. W. .1. McG'.illIn was. in Nortbtleld Sunday. 12. A. Thuyir and wife of Lin coln wus at F C. I-amb's tho tlrst of the week. Mis., j. I,. McGlallln of Randolph Is in town to visit her sons. Fred Fdliott Hid wife were In Man cock Sunday - Mrs. Oscar Martin his been engaged to care for Mrs. Mary Hall this wini, r. Mrs. Hall fell some two yenrs ng . and has been an m valkl ever, sun e. WAITSFIELD Roy Hragg ; away on a week's vaca tion in Monti . ,er and Harre. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Son.' t llle were called to Rex bury last Satin day by tne sickness and death of Mis Soinervllle'st sister, Mrs. Frank Shaw. T.ieie Is to be a social at the Congregatu mil vestry on Friday even ing, October n. undi i the auspices of the K. K. K. si.i ,iy, Ttefieshmenls will lie served. Tin pioeoidi are for the benellt of the Waits!!, Id high s-liool. Miss Ixiu'se Gleason was at home over list Sunday from Montix her. Mrs A. O. Matthews, who has bee-, ,u fe-eble health for a long time, has bom very much worse the pas' few days, and last Snunlay a trained nurse came from Hurllngton hospital lo (lie for her Ior son, Captain Frank Matthews of Pi ivldinee, R 1.. came .Mon day night.- Mr and M'S H. W. Delden and Mr. and Mrs, I2aile Delden of tills village are away on a w.eek's automobile trip to Granville, n. Y. i" visit friends. Mis, 11. N. Hushnell retained last Thurx day from her 1 1 1 p to Siritoga anil Hud son, N.Y . , eoiiiii.inl. ! by her sister, Allss Smith, of Hudson. Paul R.llld was at home fiii.ii his work in Montpeller over Saturduv and Sunday. -Miss Llna Mllb-r, teacher u tie- primary dopirt- ment of tlii llaa,. school, bar been quite sick with the grip for m-irlv .1 week. Her place n the school room has been taken by Ml-s May Gbafon and Mrs. F. J. Knton. -Mrs. Rufus lluoklin, who is nearly ffl i.im of age. hid a bad fall from n chair list Sundiv. breaking one hip quite bull). ,.r son. Wilier An drews ami w'.te, and her daughter, Miss Cairo Ihicltlln of Dronk'in. N Y came Monday to assist In i.irl irf for her. Miss Hnttie D.u-i- who hns been In Watcr liury the pmt wick, returmd to town the fore pmt or n,s -r. H. Siwer the bntterin iker n Relden's creimery at Moretown. m n chnrge or the creamery llftn dining (). uhseiice of Darle Helden, this weck-MiK Mihbed b'arr returned Monday from a few incks' visit with friends in Montpeller an I b-lnlty. The Rev. F. H Hohorts and wife were In Montpeller and Nortbtleld a few days last week. .1 II Thompson went I" Huston on a visit the tiriq nf this wiek. WORCESTER. A daughter was born to Mr. Percy Dnltnn Sentemher 27; a and Mrs. daughter to Mr. nnd M, George. Webster, Oetn her 3; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Frank It King, October 3; a son to Mr. ami Mrs. Calvin I'rntL October fi. Webb Stearns and Miss J,ney Drackott of Plymouth, N. II., nro guests of tho Misses Reed for a few days. Among those, from out of town who attended sun-Ices at the Meth odist Church Sunday worn Mrs, Jay Mer sey of Hnrdwlck, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Holt of Calais, and Mr. Palmer Htid Seth Nobles of Middlesex. The Forestnri will hold a social dance In their ball Friday evening. The Misses George nnd Agnes Wilson nnd Mrs. Kate 'Wilson Connon went Mondny to Harre, from which place they went to Albany, N. Y to enter the Albany Huslness College. Mrs. Wilson nnd little FMolIo accompanied them to Harre nnd will remain there for several weeks. -Mrs. Caroline Pike sold her real estate here to Mr. and Mrs, George Hnthnway Saturday. The Rev. George Smith of Hlghgalp wns In town Friday and It Is understood that the Hunt farm trade has fallen through. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jny Mersey of Mardwlek are guests of Mr. mm Mrs. Harvey Hall. WATERBURY. G. H. I3vnns has returned fiom Mt. Clemens, Mich., whero lio went to take baths for the benefit of his rheumatic troubles, much Improved In health. Wil liam lVrrls, Jr., baa begun work for D. W. Cooley. Miss L. A. HoUlngsworth of Hoston, wini is stopping at the Waterbury Inn, and N. J. Hartlett passed Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Davis at their camp at Hake More)-. Thomas Weldon has commenced work In F, 13, Atkins's gioceiv store. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. F.Jton and daughter of Waltsib'ld were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J Royoe Sundav and Monday. William Gilbert has return ed to Ids work In F. C. lunb's store af ter three v.-eek' vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wheelock Town have returned from a ten days' stay In Hurllngton. Mr. Town has resumed his position with O'Nell Tiros. Mr. and Mrs. Geoige W. Wood nrd and Harry Cogswell were lul led to Franklin, N. II., to attend the funeral of Mr. Wood lid's mother.-Mrs. Jane Ilowe of Rutland Is a guest of her sister. Mrs. 12tlsha Moody, at the home of R. N. Demerllt. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Graves are the happy par ents ot a daughter born Saturday. At the State fair at While River Junction last week the black stallion, Smoker, entered by Charles Morrlsey of till place III the heavy draft class, won bet pre in'im and blue ribbon. II. D. Hrown's Shetland poi.y stallion also won llrst premium. H. F. Athertm purcliasid a line chestnut colt at the State fair at White River Junction last week. Dr. D D. Grout and C. C. Wun n were visitors In Montpeller S-iturday.- Luther Davis of Providence, R. 1., who has been pissing three weeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. lcvl Davis bus returned home Mrs. Levi Davis is visiting In South Rovalton. Charles Palmer has flnWhid work for the J. R. Rooth Lumber Co.. hi Hurllngton. nnd accompanied by Mrs. Palmer is visiting In town. Mr. Palmer b to go on rhe road for a publishing hous-r; In Chicago, III. Mrs. H. C. Par melee nf Mnntclalr, Col., and Mrs. N G. Williams of Rellows Falls are guests of Mrs. D. W. Coolev. Madam Cnnant and son, C. S. Conant, left Tuesday feu- Hos ton. Thee will vMt Lowell, Mass., be fore returning home D. W. Cooley pass ed a patt of last week In Roston. D. ' . Coolev has pned the contract to put a steam heating plant Into the new sclieiolhnnse at Rlehmon 1. nnd a similar plant Into Fred Funkee's boarding house at North Duxhitry. Wnrner Woodard has his new house nearly ready for the plasterers. The carpenter work has been In charge of Delos Leonard. The house, when completed, Is to he occupied hv Arthur Woodard. Casslus Chesley left Tuesday for Hoston wheie h" Is to pass ten days. Miss I.ena Carpenter enter tained a party of sixteen nt whist last iik Wodmsday evening. SOUTH WOODBURY. Frank Hatcbelder was in Morrlsvlile on business one day hist week Glenn Stilham has been obliged to abandon hl studies at St. Johnsburv academy. a"! lias accepted work hi Harre, which he hopes mav better agree with his health. - Rena Angell Is at home from Mardwlek for a few days. Grare Rurnham visited her aunt, Cora nlodah last Sundav. Mrs, J. D. Hatley went on Monday to Arlington. Mass., to visit her son. A. P. Halley for several weeks, nnd intends to spend the winter with her siter, Mr. Martin in Cleveland. Mass. Louise Watt visited her sister, Isabel Ivwen, over Sat urday and Sunday. The work of repair ing and painting the efmreb Is nearly completed, and It Is with feelings of pride and satisfaction, to see the original lienuty of so nice a structure being pre served. Clifford Ta.sste Is quite unwell, and unable to attend school. WINDSOR COUNTY SOUTH ROYALTON. R. Ii. Galusha of Dorchester, Mass., has marie a gift of $100 to lie used for such public purposes as may be decided upon in Roynlton, though it Is his hope that the amount may be made the nuc leus of n fund to provide "for the erec tion of a building suitable tor a public ball and a home for the Masonic Lodge." Mr. nnd Mrs. Mayo of Herkimer. N. V., have been at the South Royallon House the past week.--A daughter was born fin Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Alden Small. Charles Dnggart ot Charles ton, a former risldent, Is visiting friends In town George Leonard of Drattleboro has moved into the Whit comb house. Dr. and Mrs. O. J. 12111s of Plttsllebl have moved Into Dr. Pur lieu's residence. Mr. and Mrs. Clio.ite of Hoston lire passing a few' weeks with her sister, Mrs. Mary Tnlbert. -Mlss Josephine Hrlggs of Somervllle, Mass, Is visiting her mint, Mrs. Ar lotta Durkee. Mrs. Mnry Grlswobl of Montpeller Is the guest of her mother, Mrs M.irthn Sibley. Charles Rurb.tuk of Providence, R. I., Is nt L. D. Mcin tosh's. Mrs. A. P- Skinner has irone to Hoston on a visit. ROCHESTER. The people of Rochester voted on Saturday to deposit $0,(ino to be paid to the W. It. V. R. R. on or before November 1, inn1;, or whenever tho road Is pronounced to be In good con dition by the State lallroad conimls sloners. It Is also understood that the roadOshall be kept In good order and shall continue In operation. Ful led State Inspector Sawyer Is In town looking up the new n. F. D. route from Rochester to be known us route No. ,. Leslie Pierce returned from Hoston Friday. O. 12. Whltmoro wns In Hran ilon Saturday. W. 11. Campbell and Mrs. Lizzie Huntington were very quietly married Saturday at fiiHO a. in., at the homo of Mrs. Huntington by the Rev, W. H. Watson, pastor of the Congregational Church. They left nt once for New York and Washington, Mrs, Susan Campbell of Hrandoii Is visiting friends In town. Miss I21en McNeil and Harry Denton of New Ha ven spent Saturday with Miss Ruth McNeil. The Rev. Mary T. Whitney returned to her home In Somervllle, Mnss., on Monday. Mrs. F. A. ICe7.er nttended tho W. C. T. F. 1T, convention In Hrandon last week, Dr. and Mrs. C M. Campbell arrived In town last I Mondny -SUrs, Annctto Goodwin of Newport, Is spending a few weults here, bclnir on her way to California, whero shej will remain for tho winter GAY3VILLE. Mrs, Hariih C. Tucker Is In Harre thin week uttetidlng the New Kngland brunch ,- tho W. F. M. H. She will also visit Mr, and Mrs. M. M. Gordon of that city and a nelce, Miss Grace Snow at Mont peller Seminary. William Reed Is mov ing Into Harris Waters house and Forest flhtirtleff will occupy Ihe tenement he vacates nt Anritow Harringtons. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Maxim m of Illinois have cen visitors at O. N, Harrington's. Mrs. William Ree( has returned from a two weeks stay In White River Junc tion. Alfred yulinby Is to move to Pitts field where he has employment. Mrs. Riley Hlanchnrd, who has been spend ing two weeks with her daughter In Hos ton came home Saturday. Leein Reed pissed last Week In Springfield and Athnl, Mass Mrs. Hnttie Conghlln of Jonesvllle Is the guest of her brother Slna Lntjry. Mr, nnd Mrs. Martin Vv mnn Jr., returned Friday from n visit nf four weeks In Hoston -Miss 12mnui Nye has finished work for Mrs. F c Fletcher, THE WEEK'S NEWS Thursday, Oct. 3, The Western Federation of .Miners was accused of Instleittlnv the death of ll.'iivey K. P.rown, former sheriff of linker City, 0'., In mi iinte-iiiortcin statement made by the victim. runners of a half down districts of Sin ton Island have ormuilzcd tlirm selvr; as "Minute Men" to give their liclgjilMirhnods tin" pl'olectloii tile po lice department hits been iinnlile to af ford . War Secretin, v T.ift ofllidnlly bade farewell to Japan and left for Kobe untld llin firing of nn artillery salute anil a great display of fireworks. John McGlilic of Knlleld. X. II.. wns sentenced to !( years' imprisonment for klllltitr Chris fleiliardt. mso of Knliold. Uerhardt was stabbed to dentil, fol lowing a quarrel. The Prohibition party of Massachusetts- will be Irtl by Ilrrvey S. Owell of Ashiuinihnin In the coinine cum. piiiKU and state elicLon tills full. t'lilted Stales Sennlnr-elect Kornh wns acquitted of tin- eiiarge of con spiracy to defraud the soveniment ol Idaho timber lands. Friday, Oct. 4. Jnmes 1-2. Downey, a member of the Hoston lire department, wns prnbnbl) finally shot In p.it oil's Chinatfiwn Clement Yore under arrest, r burned witli tlie shniitiii'.'. A revolution has broken out in the Argentine ltopuh..o. The insurgents already have seized several positions, and ninny men on both slde were ei ther k'lled or wounded. I.udwic Szozypiel. the Polish irlet, convicted of murder for klllins An drew nnd Stephen Statzynl;i, wns sen tenced at Plttslmr? to ,'0 years' Im prisonment. The strike of the railroad employes throiif-'liout Austria for increased Wildes Is sprculinc. The Independence League of Mnssa. chnsetts nominated Thomas L. nKgeii of West Sprinclielil as the cnndldiite for governor. The coverninent of Nowfoiitidbiiid has decided to remove all restriction on the sale of herring. I"). 1 1. Kdwards. on tr'al nt Chatta nooga for t lio murder of Sam Drunks, u negro, under (-i-os.-eiiminntinn said: "I linve shot and probably killed M men In my time." in the cnitrse of nn address at Cairo, Ills., President Itooevelt adioeated the building up and maintenance nt the highest point of eltleiency the I'nited States navy. Saturday, Oct. 5. Two separate tickets were nomi nated by the Democrats of Massachu setts in convention at Sprinxlieid. while pandemonium reigned. One was headed by Charles W. Ilnrtlett and tlie other by Ilenr.i M. Whitney. The state ballot law commission will be in voked to sottle tlie question ns to which ticket shall lie lecognlzeil fix regular. The slate of Vermont's gift to tlie Brent baltlesliip hearing Its inline a handsome silver service was pre sented on board tlie battleship at tlie Chnrlestown navy yutd. Senator Piatt made forum! denial Hint lie ever married Mae C. Wood, who Is siiinc him for divorce. Frank 12. Xavier. proprietor of the Vonkers (X. Y.i Herald, was found guilty of crim'nai libel for publishing an article In relation to District Attor ney Jerome of New York. Ambassador Tower lias wrilti n a lev ter to President Roosevelt asking that lie lie permitted to retire from the diplo matic service next spring. Henry Welch, aged lit, was accidental ly killed by his In-other. Fr.-d. need lit. at Hedford, X. U. The Republican state comrntion at Hoston renominated tlie piisent state olllcers without a. contest. Tlie nllleials of the New Knglum! Telephone and Telegraph eotr.inui have been indicted by tlie grand jury at Hoston as tlie result of tile invest! cation relative to the eharue that pol iticians had obtained from tlie cnri pany employment for their constitu ents. In violation of tlie law. Kiiglneor Wilson and Conductor Mn roney, chanted witli manslaughter, were sentenced to nine months each In jail. They were in charge of a tr.idi which collided witli a work train nt Hartford, Killing 1(1 and Injuring -10 others. Sunday, Oct. 3 Dr. and .Mrs. David Itoulnnil, joint ly charged at Raleigh with poisonlnv tlie woman's former husband, ('harks It, Strange, wen- acquitted by a Jui'.v. All explosion caused by tile tipe. ting of a metal pot at Itiitler, Pa., caused tile death of four men. fatally Injured L'O ami serious!; injured 10 others. On her llrst entry Into the port ot ltoston tlie fnll-i'lcKctl ship ltliiue made a record for the port by bringing 10 stowaways, who were found soon after tile ship left I'aidlft, Immigration of Japanese into Amer ica Is Increasing at so alarming a rate that it lias been determined liy tlie gov eminent to adopt extraordinary meas ures to prevent the Introduction Into (lie United States of all Asiatic coolie laborers. Jewish tea-rooms were rausaiUed nun n nun ner oi .inua u-ern iiriitm lin',1,,,, l fl,l,c,l ( l....,t ....... , send LS to hospitals. 'I he police mad no arrests. i icsiueni diuiiii oi i up .xaiionni reii tl. l.f , t. ... .... , fj. I oioiiii s.i.s.- mm. oiKii r n f.l roll III III 1 ti f'tltj t II I in lull Allnl ..III... - n ..I.- 1' 0 I rn.nr u nil , in, i ii oi M , i v I'm tracts. Monday, Oct. 7. Hidden under a heap nf rubbish in n w ii in ti nn i n f rn 1 1 l 1 rf u nr i "u uw nn J., tlie h(Hy of .Mary Mnrxt aul nil-, iiiuiiw iij nril I JUTK 111 hni il It...., in....! 1 .1 ufl.ll.lwir. 1... ,.l. I.I I 1 1 iTiut-itiT- tiKii iiif UJiiiU I1JIU IH'f'Il (. YllV ly tnnltrrntCM, t. iiMi iiuiu .u ii ii in in -i uriiiK ton tmi.f ,,.(,l,.t. (i. .1 .1.. ... ... t h'ju ira ii iKi iif'MNpniH'r nnuuifrs so piirlniont, In the fnnrjonrs nron fill If luilloflti-til n llw. ,., , e 1 (I I i.t III III III' W H I'll 1 I II I I li il 11(11 uiiiiain litirns. a nerio, u no fatal liot Polieeinan Purrs at f iitiiberlan Md.. was taken from , i by n mob at shot and kicked to dea'h Tile liiuliest iiililllile ever renehed .1 kite In this eolinti-i ivni: llmt ?.,.cnr,1r at the Mount W ll Inr ct il mi 1, VI Kitil.i. ivlien an altitude of si stlit ov L'.'l.llliq feet att.iit'ed. Ill 11 eolll.S loll of llio leirL- I-reeton With the Shovelful shoal I irhtsl, n. n ( hntham, Mass.. both mastheads the llpbtshlp were carr ed av,n i ii- loninii pin ft iiiiii-i l ii,i- ii nil . ,i ,iii- n i ii,.-. ,,i it, iii-iii , iii odiji- ii .'I . 1 ..ll l .. .HI l ..'.III - I I II " ' l li I I s:i, II. M..T r.i.' ...l.., .1 ..l. I'lli.u iiems ijeui? ;si.n;,nri r l i an iirit sh protection for P. n ' nd h family. llle legality oi ihe let n nf tlie . preinc ollb-ers of the Itovni Arrnnui in rearranKinc tne ,iisui-,in e asses luetits of the order wns iiprold t a d cisioi ii i ii e line1 nie (l vis f( , r . supreini- court in Pi'oolJ.wi Alvali H. Mar-in. first v ce pres ueiu oi ine .i ,i niesimt h cajios i m v; ,1..,..1 .!:..... . . , .... .1... 1. . ..... . l.... n T r i siirii'-d. A seizure of liquor allied at SOI ti.i-, iii.iiii- iii'oiiii sii,', ii. . ion' r I Forest- City I3.nres-i ceiioin i . nt For land, Me. Tuesday, Oct. 8. I lie AUElo-Anierican () I compitiy steamship Senec.i arrived it P.os .1.. r ... ... i. . at more than Sl.tHj0.00t .Joseph II. Mini, Pi years- i ' o' V. Itiver, Mass., is held rrspi , r f causing' tlie deatli of I-'i-hl. I. f,,,.rrfiL I,,- Ll.nAlilin II.. I .1 f. - I',, .-.Iiu,llllln. li,' , I 11 1 ' the irraiid Jury in $.V b. I ,1 to i ioiiei-i u.is ui'1 11 (IIIIIH s i) etc.. Iieloninc to the late Quren Melium. the proceeds to be devoted paytnii the debts ot her dtuclfe Princess Louise. .Mrs. Mnry .Jane Hoime theainlifi .11-. t - U I .. T. .1. . v i v.A mo. ........ ci.n t . Mroolclield. Mars. in,.).!.., e r .ii - j... .-. x ...... -j., ... .. r.. 11 ,. .... i. - II tllltlllK Llll t'i . IMl ll t II 1 H. I V III 1 linn In tho bankruptcy court nt Uni lli linbilitios nro .in.CKiO, Tho nnnrov.'il of Tlif Tlnn-ii pnmnn icjin projoot for obl'satory nrbtM-at 1 nti.-., -il a. I i n trrttn t . :..,. c .il ii il l- I l.ieu eiioi-s. ii 11 . i senteii tne nrst iropos- tor e ,i n,-s sij Jeet to tlie conference. The Norwegian stenmer Vr'"ri hard and fast on tlie rocks at 11 -nr. 1 X. S. Tlie Atchison, Topeka and S t)i.n 1 noiinceii in iicre. sn n mp 1 acos n n telegraph operators on the sj stem O-I.ll. II... I . . . new rece'ving cones at tne t n of ti towers at the station at Mor'en N s tlie operator plckpd up the w i' station at Manila. South Pac " miles away. Charged with tl.e pr ibn' e fat shooting of lii noil. Fred, aged I'fl. Ce r'ilo filoleatl of Wet Percy II, Hill ll ll. 1 111 l.lllIT'l I I 11111, Ml 1 .111 I 11 shooting wa done 'n r'f d.'ferse fi.i... r..i. .1... t r. . , . ..... their ntt.neks and outrages- urn n f Jews. P.lael; Hundreds rnrsacki Jewish shops and mercilessly bect tl proprietor. A new teiegrapli convent on botwee Itits.sl.i and China iviis s gii"d nt P Kill. i until M-iuit-i- ,i i n'-i ieeii telegraph riglits in Itussi.m Mn "liar and 'Jiiim miles of i nes ai.d coinuet.oi are formally turned over tjlic- Wednesday, Oct, 9. Tlie most de-truct ve Oio' ir tliat has; swept New Pngl. lid in a dozr years raged for 10 hoii'-s Sh pp.i was scverel.i shakin up. n any si vessels, veto either druii 'toho'v . r'uiii, hi in' in..... ts " ' ' three lives w ere lost ll- lit d tin l age was extensive u s m mh 1 res i-raiiK r.. Ki'i.ogg. coii.is-i in- United States suierini.ir.t as M. ine Mnuuani un cou.omhv is um i corporation and tli.it it s tinder lame ownership as when t was f lrna The Sulfolk county (Ma i Detr muted .Josenh A. Penii son as Ihm I'l-iiin I'.'ion o ill, iitiriiiii. ll. I oil's, i Incumbent, lolin It. Moran, The eliolern out au s c "t ilarmlng proportions in Tok'o. llll'il- 1 HU lll'lll'L I'll. I II il l !'( Id l l ,....-. ..I..I . s'l. ... I. ,. ... he cordial relations hit ween Chi nnd the Fnitcd States and edd t" '1 oi'i'f1.'o of AmerieMll fr.oln lo ll Orient. llll lliu.s. mi- iiiillll'Sll ll Ivellllick- which stranded olT Norfolk, was float t after being aground I'l! hours. Coicl'lior Mtlchlel aiiil Un nth. lleiivnr nien recelveil llieonr li lw, 0..1 infernal inachiues -cut by Kemp ,,,,,.., MM.' SI'OO I' 1 for sending the machines, 1 f .1. . , ..n. ..... ......... ... I O' 1,11 WOO has made permanent the receivers!! fn 1I1.. X'.,,,. V....1. ill,. It.. I ,.,,ti ,io,l III., MiOfitlw-ilt,... c. ......1 t,... I""-.- .g....... i,,i. way company. -.........I.,.. .,, I.I. ..11.... .. .1 .surplus Cuban revenues for tlie In provement of the Internal eoinmunle; HlllIU of tllA 11.111.1 nr.,1 I, , . ' " "s ,11 ,1111, nt IS, Hill, lid and oilier public works, Governor M: irootl ft one il ml ininrli. Ill OOOOiUt I.. month.